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THTl FTFNTCm TKjBUNE-Jj'UIDAY MolttfilNGK APRIL L0. 1894.
The portry of ilivi -
TtM one prerogative ol roynlty ami
Tlio llgQOl SftStOOfSSy
Him ul 'Into iisiumril no ninny In-auti
fill forms th:it
LUCES ARE ORDAINED
Frnll trimming w this season.
PARI8, Keb.fi, "W, 5
S "Tuorgforl continue. At g
S obsrlty bassr bold at the Ministers del
g 'Interlenr lasl work, srhere was to t . 5
g; Men all the Fink Pleuii of the Par- 2
iglall world tit' I'nhloii, Hourly all the g
S Aresssstrere well covered with Lao s
DBt UOOD8 ECOMOMIST. S
Highest uf all in Leavening Powet. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
What Paris Wears, We Show.
LACES FOR HATS
LACES F0! WRAPS
LACES FOR DRESSES
LACES FOR LINGERIE
In a word EVERYTHING.
Point du Venise--Tlio renl article in
tricately mtisy as tho snehanttng
cuuals of Venice itself and couieil
from old, rich price leas patterns now
on exhibition in foreign art galleries.
B to 12 inutiea wide; solitl and net
tops -for yokes, rufllis, for the swell
do Joinville bowl, etc., etc. Inser
Point d'lrcland -Ptiro silk ami vory
lino Hiitl rich, cream, 3) to 10 inches
wide, and in insertions.
Silk Guipure Net
real Spanish lace,
top, designs after
3j to 9 inches,
Point de M argot Lace -Persons, other
than of royal blood, caught wearing
these laces in Quten Elizabeth's time
ware pnblloly wnipped tiiiretore. no
tronder royalty claimed it for it
own. Open net ami profusely and
ricblv covered. 1 and ! inches wide.
Insertions also of same.
Point Flanders A dream in pore
white silk; medium widths, for mil
linery and drecses.
L'Anduleux Lace, or Sepentine Lace,
to be plaited in folds, then you have
the latest modernity.
Flemish Lace In patterns made as far
back as ttie 15th century. Very Mr
viceable for hats, wnips and dresses.
Black, old ivory and white; all widths
lolid aud net. Insertions of same.
Chantiily Tnlle with light figure
beantv. Black and white and cream :
Spanish Valenciennes, guipure, tor
chon and all tho other traceries from
Plaueu and St. Gall.
ARCH BALD AN 0 VICINITY.
NfW! of a Day Epitomized tot Intelli
Fjeeint to the Fcnittnn Tribune.
ABCBBALO, April lit Miss Mary
Monahan, of Railroul street, is ill.
It was staled early in the wek that
work on the street railway extension
wonld commence on Wednesday, It
Is now said that the work will posi
tively hiin on Monday.
Miss Kntio Corcoran, of Church
street, called on friends in Scranton
The employes 'of .Inr.es, Simpson &
Co., will be paid tomorrow afternoon.
The funeral of the infant son of Dr,
J, J, Kellv took plaee this afternoon.
It was largely attended.
Messrs. Thomas Law, C. II llsttsn
berg and C. A. Samson are in Towaada
attending the meetinK of the Presby
tery. On Sunday evening the Old Fellows
and DaVifhters of Kehekah will attend
services in a t.ody at tho Evangelical
Lutheran ehnrch. Sunday is the seventy-fifth
anniversary of tho founda
tion of tho order of Odd Fellows, and
the members of Arehbald lodge take
this means of observing it. The pastor
of the Lutheran church. Rev. J. C.
Rudolph, will preach an appropriate
Sixteen young ladies of this place
went, to Jermyn this evening to present
a "fl ig" drill at a fnir now in progress
at that place.
Tho Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterian ehnrch met at the homo of
Airs. Arthur Clarksnn this afternoon.
Miss Annie Keating, of Pittston, is
visiting relatives hera
Miss Mary Bealy, of Scranton, is vis
iting the Misses Duffy, of Cemetery
The Ropuhlicaris of tho Ridge are
preparing for active work during the
coming snmpaign. At an enthusiastic
meeting on Wednesday evening n Re
pnbliean club was organized and 116
names wero enrolled. Mr. John K.
Tones was chosen president and James
Davis secretary of theclnh. The club
Is composed of active workers and it
will undoubtedly be heard from as the
Abram Howells is erecting n large
burn in tho rear of his hotel on the
Ridge, for the accommodation of the
Bad DraTJUCM catMSS much sicknest,
and bad blood and improper notion of the
liver and kidneys is had drauiHgu to the
human system, which Burdock Blood
Bundle of Brefzv Nvh Items from Up
Special to the Scranton Trilntne.
.HliMVN. Ph., April 19. Mayflower
lodge, Sons of St. Ciiorge. will attend
the celebration and concert in Forest
City next Monday evening. Rev. F.
Gendell will accompany them and de
liver an address.
A lemon social will be held in the
pirlors of the M. F. church this even
ing under the auspices of the Kpworth
A substantial sum was realized in nid
of the Citizen's band fund Wednesday
evening at their corn-art.
The fair in KnUrpne hall continues
to attraet large crowds, Ls' night a
very pretty tUg drill by sixteen young
ladies from Arch bald dMighted those
present. As vet no one has called lor
the door prizes for Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings. All appear
ance Indiotte that a stilistantial sum
will be realized lor the society.
A mum social will be held at the
residence of Dr. S. D. Davis next Wod
nes lay evening. Proceeds for the bene
fit of the St. James' Episcopal ehnrch.
F. E liailev. Of WaverlT, Pa.; II P.
Winter, of Oswego, N. Y. ; nnd Fred
Hsckmao, C, H. Welles and Jamas J
Williams, of Scrautou, were Jormyn
An entertainment will be hold in the
parlors if the Methodist Kpix'opal
church Monday evening, April 88, for
the benefit of Ladies' Aid society,
Yesterday afternoon a number of
the friends of Mrs. William Reese
kindly volunteered thoir services in
helping her to raise the sidewalk and
build a retaining wall in front of her
At Ladies' Aid entertainment at the
Methodist Episcopal ehnrch, Jermyn,
Monday evening, April 28, ft pro
gramme will be rendered as tolloWS'
Recitation E Fowler
Somr Twelve Little Ltirls
Comet sol, Elijah Stevens
Tableau and gipsy song.
The Twelve Miss PellcoOS Music
Recitation and tableaux,
lises Bengongh and Gardiner, Will
Osbnrn and T Jopling.
Dutt Emma Lobey and Mrs. Nicholson
Song, "livening Prayer" Lena Geudall
Brief Parn?rplis Concuming the Pioneer
City and Its Popl.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
CiBBONDAU, Pa., April 17. The
Cresent Social club and their friends
enjoyed a pleasant time in tho club
rooms on Sonth Main street last even
ing. Frank P Dnncklee, of Pittston, sn'it
last evening with friends in this city
0:i Friday evening of this week oc
enrs the ball of the Cottage Hose com
pany. Tickets for the occasion which
number into the hundreds Dave been
sold. Arrangements have been made
with the Traction company to run cars
after the ball to accotnolate tlios win
wiil attend from Arcbbald, Jermyn
Tomorrow (Friday! evening will be
held a business meeting of the Mitchell
Farview, the popular summer resort,
already has dates booked for excursion,
which are ns follows: Juno 1!), Scran
ton Athletic clnb; June 20, Junior
Order United American Mechanics,
W. J. Byors' Council 383; June W Red
Men of Miner's mills; July 20, St.
Aloysins society of Wilkes-Llarre; July
88, St. Aloysins society of Pittston.
August 1, Patriotic Order Son of
America, Camp No. 118; August 18,
sven counties veteran re-union. The
first excursion of th season will be run
as usual on Mav 80 under th auspices
of the Delaware Hudson.
Mrs. Stmnel Henry ami children of
Chicago hto visiting at the home of
Bran Williams, of Terrace street,
Joseph Igar is improving his resi
dence at Salem avenue by the election
of a porch.
Mrs. Burt Wickwira is visitiiu'
friends in Honesdale,
The stockholders of the Snerl Hat"r
company held a mnettog this morning
in the board of trade rooms and decided
npon a location for the proposed fac
torya site owned by Charles Cava
naugh and John Scott, situated on
Dnnduff street, and reaching from the
property of Pngliano Brothers to the
Delaware and Hudson crossing.
Miss Mary Watt, of Washington
street, is the guest of Miss Helen Pat
terson, of Wilkes-Barre.
Michael Ferrell. a resident, of Fell
township, was taken to Dinvillo asy
lum today by the poor directors of that
Last, evening in St. Rose church oc
curred tho marriage of Miss Ella Hart
and William McNnlty. The ceremony
was performed by Rev, J V Hussie.
Airs 15. mare, ot iionesuaie, is vif
iting friends in this city.
was the recipient of
and useful presents.
The biggest bargain yet those
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iter l'tin avenue ami Kpruoe street,
iS entitles the holder to all tlia pelv-
HI lieges of the unparalleled offers
r'l for distributing popular hooks
m etaong oar readers, i lie offsrs made
5 iiy Ths Trlbtiae nanassittent are
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5 IB CUNTS no id Four Coupons for
any volume in the Colutttoas Se-
ties. Over lOO titles In select from,
S SO CKKTSand Font Ooapoas for
ilytiik In Ilia Kuliy Series.
2n CENTS and Four Coupons
filly In. 1. 1. In III.. Oxford Series.
If, I, lilair, Alderman, Mb. ward, Scran
tOB) I'a., stated Nov. H, 88l llo had used
Dr. ThonaS'BoleotrloOtl forsiirains,litini,
ruts, bruises and rheumatism. Cured
every time I
News of a Day Recorded for Hurried
Rlift inl to the Scranton Tribune.
Pickvii.i.ic, Ps April III Mrs Hol
eomb, of Oarbondale, is visiting her
neice, Mrs. ( leorge Cool,
Mrs Qaorgs Bherman, of Wavorly, is
visiting Mrs. W. N. lUruos,
Tho little ysar-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oran Spenser, who died of scarlet
fever, was buried at Prospect cemetery
Mrs. Heardsloy, of Lynn, Susque
hanna county, visited hor cousin, Mrs.
A. A. Swingle, yesterday.
Mrs. B. H. Barber and daughter
Oracc, visited with friends in Scranton
Married on Wednesday evening,
Wilson Bridges, of Jermyn, to Miss
Neliio Note, of Psokvllls, at tho home
of the bride. Phillip Tnckr, of Jer
myn, ncted as grooinsman ; Misi Mat
tie Note, sister of the bride, as brltles
mnid, and Rev. W. J. Guest officiated,
Among the guests present were Mr nnd
Mrs. G. Miller and duughtor Blit.i,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
II. J. Davis, of Hyde Park; Mr. and
Mrs. P. G. Rolls, Mr. and Mrs. H
Aurther, of Jermyn; Mr. P. Ouinn
Miss Nettie Felter, of Herrick, and
Miss Owens, of Jermyn. The bride
Comsdy Drams, Borderland,
Bb 1'reanntod Monday Nlitlit.
fltofcfai to the Scranton Tribune.
MlNOOKA, April 19. The comedy
drama which will be presented at the
Temperance hall on Monday evening,
April '.':, by the Minooka Dramatic
company, is a Hiiperb show of high
standard, and will be ably presented
by n strong cast. James Couby, the
leading character, is conspicuous for
the talent displayed by him on a for
mer presentation of this piece. The
cust is as follows :
lack Kalstoti, tluido and Scout,
,ioe uemnsy alias baron Hereford
lion. I'at Mi l-'addle, New York I'oluii ian,
John ( asey
Mr. Duster, a Hanker Thomas Coyne
i yrns, iu- twrvant lvter v. casick
Kidder, Dempsy's Pal Andrew O'Hara
Charley, a Terror M. V. Judge
Mary I .ester, n .Now York Hello,
.Mhs Anno ( 'otinoll
Polly, Her Si-dor Miss Delia leingau
Miss Bpriggens Miss Jennie Longbney
u iuou.i, an Indian Unl,
Miss Anne Mullen
Cross-Grained Jake, from Squatter's
Qnlob James N'allin
The Greenwood collieries will be paid
Lest night a fire broke out in the re
sidence of Barney Davis, of Greenwood,
which was caused by the carlessness of
some of the Inmates of the house. It
was thought for a time that the entire
building would bo destroyed by the de
vonriug II ones. But for the heroic ef
forts of some of the neighbors the house
would be redused to ashes in a short
The organizing committos of the
Young Men's iustitute, No 184 of
Wlnooks, will go to Old Forge on next
Sunday nftrnoon for the purpose of
installing the elected officers of the
new branch of the Young Men's insti
tute of that place. Dsputy Organizer
P. H, O'llara will conduct the installs,
tion ceremonies. It is expected that
W. A. MeOinley and Robert Murray,
of No. 184 of Scranton, will be present
ELM HURST ECHOES.
Pprlogtlme Happonlnas in One of the
Earlh'n Girdsn Spot.
fjfecial to the .Scranton Tribune.
ElMHUBST, Pa-. April 19,-Mrs. C.
Olds has returned from Philadelphia
mnch improved in health.
Mrs. Helen Holmes has gone to Mid
dletown to visit friends.
Mrs. Carrie Detricb, who has been
suffering from sore throat, is much
H, Wehrum has had a largs number
of shade trees planted along the ave
ues hounding his property.
A large iorce of men aud teams are
busiiy at work on the new boulevard.
II. Catterson is finishing his new
dwelling on Main street.
A corps of young ladies nnd gentle
men scoured the woods for arbutus to
day, hut found but iittle.
Trout fishermen are at work in num
bers, but success does not reward their
Mortimer K Iwnr Is is still confined to
his homo with u fevr.
The L idiss' Aid society of the Pres
byterian ehnrch will give a musicale
at the home of Mrs. Louise Christy on
r riday evening.
A little child of Mrs. J. T. Keene
was buried on Tuesday.
Our barber is now located in very
comfortable and bandy quarters, in the
rear or j'nriridge oi Co. s store
The foundation for A. Yeager's new
home is nearly completed.
Mrs. L Holiister, of Hollisterville,
called on trends here this morning
previous to leaving for California.
LIVE T. VLOR TOPICS.
Daily Envi'W cf Passion Events la
Thi Ivinsr Borough.
Fprrial to the Scranton Tribune.
TAYLOR, Pa . April III -W. G. How-
ells is homo from N w York city.
Tnylor Choral union will meet Sun
day night for r- he rsal.
EMtsou's phonograph "ntertainment
will he t'iveti In the Welsh Baptist
oborsh on next Wednesday night.
The Flectric Base Bull (dub will hold
a ball in the rink next Wednesday
The Rlectric Bise Pall clnb goes to
Rendhatn tomorrow to play a team
from that pluce,
James Thomas and Morgan Will
iams are home f.om Schuylkill county.
Tho borough council will meet to
morrow ( Friday) night.
Susie Mortis, of J nklns and Morris'
mill ie y store, Scranton, has gone to
Postmaster Timlin moved the pist
offioe Wednesday night to the store of
Mrs. Sally, md is now nicely situated.
r,,L , -a w . .....
i n remains ol jusepn Aniline wore
interred tills morning in the Hyde
Catholic cemetery. A high mass ol
reqnlsm whs held In th" German Cath
olic church at Hyde Park.
MIKRORSU AT MOSCOW.
Personal aed Oth ir Itms That W1U In-
teieat Reader on tho Mountain.
Sveeiol to the Scranton Tribune.
Moscow. Pa.. April 10. Mrs. Cassle
Lear tius been quite sick with the
Rev. S. C. Bimnkins has been re
turned to this charge for another year.
mo many frionds or anss noputo
Simpkins snrprlssd her at tho paraou-
age on last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. White, ot Dxleville,
culled on friends here on Friday.
Mrs. Sutherland. of Savnnah,
Georaia. h.n come to spend the sum
mer with her sister, Mrs. White.
Mr. and Mrs, W. F. Clements spent
Sunday in Scranton.
Mrs. M. Monahan, of Tobyhanna,
spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs.
S. S. Genger is doing duty as juror in
Scranton this week
The St. Catherine's Temperance
society ball was largely attended.
FOREST CITV NOTES.
Little Locals from a Breezy Surqushnnna
flosofalfo the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Pa., April iu. Mrs.
W. G Giles and daughter, Miss Char
lotte Giles, of Carbondale, were guests
at the home of Mrs. 11. A. Allen this
George D Couch, of the Pioneer
city, was in Forest City today on busi
Tomorrow will be the beginning of
the eighth aud last, month of school.
Business called E. Corey, of Union
dale, to our borough today.
F. J. Usgood was a Scranton visitor
tod ii y.
Grand concert at the opera house
next Monday evening.
L M. Gray, of Biughamton, N. Y..
was looking after his interests iu this
Th Mnp'.e City Mlrrorad in Entertain
ii ir Paragraphs.
Special to the Scranton lYibune.
IIonksdalk, Ph.. April l'J Miss Kit
Manv, of Carbondale, was u visitor iu
Employes of the eanal department.
Dolawnre and Hudson Canal company,
were paid today,
Argument in the contested election
case by counsel was heard in court this
morning. Court adjourned until Mon
day, when a decislo i will be rendered.
lne mnliicliroin s are works of art;
at Gardner's Tumi NIC agency, opposite
The body of Miss Florence Linkev.
who died here on Monday, was taken
to Sparrowbash this morniug for inter
Aft". P. W. Itunh
A Wonderful Cure
Ulcer in the Stomach
Hood's Sarsaparilla Restores Flesh
Strength and Health.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" I feel it my duty to suffering humanity to
gives statement of the wonderful cure Hood's
BorsspstUla hmiiKht itliout (or me. Over two
years ago 1 became HI, due to an uleer In my
tomMh. 1 had six or seven different j in-.
Olans, whose standliiK was of the highest, but
they del not euro lne. 1 was broken dowu In
health and lost 111 weight from
145 to 118 Pounds.
I eonlil hardly net around, and alter SUffSrlnf
severely for about a year, 1 commeiiued taking
Hood's Bsrsaparllla. Alter the first bottle 1 1 e
gan to (eel like a new nan. 1 nurehani'il an
oilier hottle and had nut taken half o( 11 when I
WSS Cured Of my trouble. I am now In health
back to my old weight again and attending reg
ularlv to in v work. I llrnilv believe Hood's Snr
ISUarlllS saved my life." P. W. llrsil, Analo-
mink, rennsyivsnia. ,et iiuuii i
Hood's Pills are hand made, and perlect
In tiropurtiuu uinl appearance, xtc. per box.
FORTY FORT COAL
A limited number of the above
lioiuls are for sale at par and ac
crued interest by the following
parties, from whom copies of the
mortgage and full information can
V.. V. Mulligan, Cashier Second
National Bank, Wilkes-Harre, Pa.
W. L. Watson, Cashier First Na
tional Bank, Pittston, Pa,
J. L. Polen, Cashier People's
Savings Hank, Pittston, Pa.
A. A. Bryden, President Miners'
Savings Hank, Pittston, Pa.
And by the Scranton Savings
Hank and Trust Company, Trustee
under the Mortgage.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
And tils mwoelated tta(I of English and Ger
mini lJiiyiciaijji.are uuw unuanontly located
Temple Court Building
81 I 8PRTJCR ST.,
Wheru tuny may be cnmulted DAILY AND
The Doctor Is a graduate ot the Tntvorsity
cf Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator of
iibysiolcjgy and surgery at the liedieo-Chlr-niKloai
Colloge, of Philadelphia. He Is also
an honorary member of the Medico-Chlrur-glcal
Assoelntlon, and was physician and
surgeon-ln-chlef of the most noted Ameriean
and Oi lman hospitals, comes highly Indorsed
by the leading professors of Philadelphia and
His many years of hosnltal eiperlenos en
ables this emlnnnt physician and surgeon to
correctly diagnose and trust all deformities
and diseases with the most flattering success,
and his hub standing in the state w-iU not
all .w him to accept any incurable case
LOST MINIMUM! HlM'Oltll)
WKAKNKSS OK YOUNG MEN CUItED.
H you nave reen given up ny your physt
elan call upon the doctor nnd lie examined.
He cures the worst caausof Nervons Debility,
t-crofula, Uld Bores. ( atarrh, Pilee, Femals
Weakness. Affections of the Ear, Eye, Nose
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Tumors, Can
cers and Cri t ides of every description. Con
sultation in English and Oerman Free, which
shall ho considered sacred and strictly coutl-
1 1 Hire RoarSI O A. N. to 0 ft M. Ilaily.
Sunday, 0 n.nu to p in.
BlWARC or FrsDM Be sure von gel
the Koiiuine Dr. Thomas' EeleotriO Oil. It
cures Colds, Croup, AMbiim, l)i;iifiies
Llva Niwi NnUs from u Thrifty Bul-
urbau Ti wn.
tptcial to the Sbrnafoa TVIsaas,
Hallstead, Pa., April 19 Attorns)
i'j. jo. w. seane, oi onrqaeuanns, was
in town toil ii v.
Mrs. ( harles A Ileum hns returned
home from visiting lier brother at Al
Mrs. N. M. Millet Is on the sielt list,
Mrs. Kreil rn Former and Mrs
Homer K diinson wsr iu l)iii(,'hiunton
James Snurell was in New Milford
tfimniB nnd Anna Van lienslor, ol
Roranton, who nave besn visititi( Mrs
Damn Wiltnot, have returned home
Mrs John Mil lane was in Bingham
Father (Joiliimn, of Little UsarloWS.
is Tllltlnif Father Dunn, of Groat Uond.
Mrs. H Hays, who has tieeu visiting
her ilmu'liter in bcrautou, has returned
ii, u. uiirnes was in juouirose on
To is l.ty.
Mrs Kiohsrd Loun, of Sii'qiielianiin.
is visiting her danght.r, Mrs. IX W.
T. H, Atherton, Counsel,
WILKES BAEKE, PA.
We have the hand
somest line of Parlor
and Drawing Room
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Feb SR. 181)4. railed for by
the Comptroller nf the Cttrrefloj,
Loans HI, 816,340 00
United States ltomis so.noo.oo
Other llnnds B13.S78 71
rreniiuius on U, S ltomis.
Due from V. M, 'I'rensiil-er. .
Hue from Hanks
I in ii io :. I
v. ;o: -,.-.o.fio
rapllnl 8200.000 00
Siirnlm 240.00(1 00
iti.ihi,i.,i Profits 06 180,08
Ik iiIkIIoii 72.0no.0ll
lllvlllend I lipnld ::l Ml
llenie.lt. ' l.nOt.HRO 5 1
One to llnnlis 80,866.00
like you to
WILLIAM CONNKI.l, rreldent.
t.i i II. I'ATI.IN, Vire-I'resldent.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
William Connell, Genres II. (atlln,
Alfred H ii" I .lames Arrliliuld, Henry
llelln, jr., UIIIIhiii T. tiniltli. I nil. or
l lil hnnlc offer . In AetHISltOTS every
fneinty warranted hy their balansea husl
ness and reapnnslbllltr,
Spei-liil nltentlon tflven to business ao
eounta Interest pala on time deposits
16 REAUTIFUt FIOT11KK8. KVF.llV
NOTED PLACK IN ALASKA, THF.
UNITED STATICS ANl MEXICO,
VIVE Si MBKRS OM the COUN
TER. TEN CENTS ANO ONE
COUPON I UK ANY NUMBER.
That wo are headquarters for everything In
tho line of WATCH IX If you have any Idea
of purchasing any kind or a Watch, lady's or
gent'H. Hold or iSllvor, you will make u griev
ous mistake it you do not itivo us a call and
got our prices, which you will llnd far below
all otliers, especially l all the high (rsassof
Klgln, VVidthiini and Hampden movement,
If you have any doubts and lire at nil posted
on prlcos gl i o us a call aud we will havo no
trouble in convincing you. We still havo a large
stock to dispo-o of, and will offer you won
dertul inducements In Jewelry, Hllverwsre,
Clocks and nil othor goods which wo have in
C. W. Freeman
Penn Ave. and Spruce St
400402 Lacka Ave.
"Always the Cheapest"
Dry Goods, Ladies and
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Notions, Fancy Goods,
Infants Wear, Cloaks,
Curtains, Boys' Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, etc.
Commencing Monday, April 16,
we will place on sale Special Bar
gains in Every Department.
All New Goods
FAR BELOW REGULAR PRICES
i os mm Ml
The greatest bargain in the market. A few of the
Brass (Onyx Top) Tables left at $6.00.
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
I "BOILED DOWN" 1
Just to Give the Editors a Chance
A DETAILED price list of our im
mense stock of Furniture, Car
pets, Baby Carriages, Refriger
ators, Mattings, Stoves, Crockery,
&c. would crowd everything out of
And we have too much respect for
editorials to do anything like that;
besides, of what use when all can be
told in a single line.
The Lowest Prices in N. E.
Cash or Credit
With every purchase of $50 or over
we present an American Onyx Ein
ished Cathedral Strike Clock.
With $75 or over, a 100-piece Din