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TITE SCI? ANTON TKIBTTNT5 MONDAY MORNTNTG-, JTTNE 25, 1894.
Til AT summer is in onr midst and 111
lmperatire dsmsnds confront ns,
ilot H not in tbi least mbnrasa us. It
is onr business to be prepared for stish
smorgencies and to provide tho com
forts for onr patrons who make us
what we arc Public Bsnef actors.
There are few suggestions which the
shopper will appreciate and aid mate
rially in selecting summer gowns.
Buy the Stylish Goods
(let those patterns which are most
snlteil to your flguro and station.
Anil by all moans bny what will
make you comfortable during tho hot
sumnior days. Come with whatever
Size purse you oau command and your
most rellncd taHtad will ! satisttod.
Covert Cloth Serge,
French Novolty Dress Goods in two
tone effects checks and stripes. All
wool Twills in Taus, Grays, Browns,
Mines, Heliotropes and Changeable
Challies and Organdies
We are showing the finest assortment
of Imported Challies and Organdies
that can be found to coniuiu all tbut
can bo nskol for in this most popular
Economical ladies of good taste will
It iid it a most advnutagoous occasion.
An inspection of the various stylos is
certHiu to prove of more than ordi
nary Interest Lyons Checked Taffeta,
Pontilla and Zophyr Crepes, Printed
Jspnuese Milks, Fancy Hair-llno and
Figured Silks. Every yard of those
goods are desirable qualities and wore
ordered for tho senson'S trade. Cool,
Faslii'nnablo and Beautiful.
Porculo and Lawn, Printed Chinn Silk
Waists, i hamtiry Waists, Full Laun
driod Waists, Laundried Waists in
Linen lff.cts. All the Novelties of
the sea on. Pretty Designs, Exclusive
Designs nnd tho richest for the mouey
that can bo had.
Como with the regularity of the seas
ons. Lovely as ever. Always now in
desgns nnd soft effects. Brocaded,
figured, plain ami fancy colors, suita
ble for tho old, enchanting for the
young, at prices where competition
has forced thorn.
Wntk of an EcosiltHc I'.ulisli Duke.
The eccentric features of Wei buck are
due to the late duke. He spent, between
tvo and three millions sterling in excavat
ing tunnels under his gardens nnd pnrlc
land, in lighting those tunnels with glazed
shafts Slid gas fittings, and also in build
ing subterranean rooms, which aro not un
naturally calii-l I he wooden of Welbeck.
lie must have been crazy, not merely ec
centric, you will say. liut DO! that he was
not. There is U bust of him in the picture
gallery one of the underground rooms,
100 feet long by 04 in width and no man
could desire a more cultured and noble
bead than this of the lata duke. It was a
whim, founded, may he, on personal and
political cousin. For years hundreds of
Workmen were employed on theft curious
labors. His Grace was much at the mercy
of contractors; and even at his death his
designs were by no means completed.
And the result of this costly burrowing
is, that when you visit the abbey, Instead
of walking or riding for a mile or two
through some of tin: finest woodland in
England, you suddenly plunge Into at an-
nel and have to make the same distance in
half durkness. vvit.li brick walls on either
hand and brick vaulting some eight or ten
feet overhead. It is not a fair exchange
for the sunlight, the foliage and the bint
music in rhe open: lint it has the effect of
making one very conscious of tho eccen
tricity of at least one Englishman of this
century.- All the Year Round.
Uaimllml Ilitiulin mid Reporters.
"Reporters will remember what a crusty
gentleman 'Old Hannibal Hamlin' was to
talk to,'' mused an editor. ''He Wits nsi
averse to expressing his views for publica
tion as hu was to wearing any thing else hut
the conventional iplketoil. lie was agood
conversationalist, but his modesty pre
vented him from talking to a newspaper
man when ho felt he would seo it in cold
type the next duy. For this reason ho was'
vury suspicious of reporters, and usually
declined to open his mouth in their pivs
ence. If pressed tlw- old man would be
come very angry, and after the storm was
over heg the interviewer's pardon.
"In this ros'pect Mr. Hamlin was liko
General Sherman. The grizzled general
wtis very affable with the newspaper fel
lows, as he called them, but. ho would shut
up like a cl.mi if he thought he would be
quoted. Washington correspondents soon
learned Hamlin's peculiarity, and they
found it best, to leave him alone or take
a lively blast for their polos." Pittsburg
A Private Library Worth S'JOn.ooo.
Bomt COUnolssoun regard the superb li
brary In possession of Mr, George B. do
Forest as superior in some respects to tho
Hon collection. This library cost Mr. do
Forest over i'JOO.OOO, nod experts admit
that as a commercial investment merely it,
would puy itb owner a surprising profit on
its outlay. Mr. de Forest Is always on tho
lookout for gems of the press, and has a
happy knock of snapping them up before
competitors can spoil his design of secur
ing lirst choice.
This library is rcmnrkabln for the extent
of tho rare volumes It contains. It is nota
ble, too, for Its examples of Eighteenth
century books, being ranked as the most
complete in this respect of any collection
on tills side of the Atlnntic. It contains
numerous volumes in which original draw
ings have been inserted, and which aro fre
quently spoken of as licing worth their
weight in gold. Mr. de Forest secured
Rome yoars ago KX) of the very choicest vol
umes of the famous Patllet library, and it is
kuown that be could have Instantly dis
posed of them at. a profit of 14,000 had he
cured to sell them again. New York Sun.
Bucklen's Arnlaa Salvn.
The best salve In the world for Outs
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Bait Kheum. Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corn a and nil Bklu Eruptions, nnd posi
tively eures Piles, or no pay required. It
it guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price US cents per
box. For sole by Matthews Bros.
Highest of all in Leavening Powef. Latent U. S. Gov't Report.
The differences existing between the
t motion people and tho borough coun
cil regarding tho former entering the
borough with their lines have been
partially settled. Saturday afternoon
the "advisory committee" waited upon
the company oflicials at the office of
Gtorge A. Bsdford, counsel for the
traction company, to prevail upon them
to grant certain conditions such as the
payment of such taxes as may be im
posed, and the liability of any damage
that might arise from the latter' c ire
lessnrss. The company finally signed
the revised ordinance after making it
so that at any time tho council should
see lit to levy a tax, It should not ex
ceed $10 per ear. This moets with gen
erul approval and it is thought that tho
oouucil will ratify the work of the
citizens at their meeting this evening.
The paving question is going along
swimmingly with few exceptions.
Unfortunately one of these sxesptions
comprise the residents between Par
sonage and Mill streets. When the
type-written documents were pre
sentsd to them for to sign Saturday
evening each aud every one to whom
it was presented except two, namely,
Patrick Connoll ami J. A. ToUhill, re
fused. In explanation for no doing
they claimed they would sign it pro
viding the council would compel the
Lehigh Valley Knilroad company
to remove their tracks from
the main street. The other excep
tion is to the manner in
which the document is drawn up.
Those to whom it was suDiuitted say
It is too broad in its construction and
not specific enough, for it asks the
signer to agree to pay one quarter of
the cost of p iving to the middle of the
street. As the Tructiou company
agree to pave nin. feet to a point lour
and one half feet each side of tho
middle, those asked to sign enntend
the paper should road that they agree
to pay for so many feet and no more,
Others on South Main street whose
properties are not ns valuable ss those
in tbo center of town, contend that
they feel indisposed to pay the sumo
price for paving in front of their
properties ns those occupying a better
location, say between Butler and
iiroi.l street. And so it goes.
Tho Pittston Steel Range plant ex
pect to make their first cast today
Everything has benn arranged in good
shspH and the outlook for a successful
starting is assured.
The "sido door" of tho many saloons
that infest this borough ware well pat
The town council will meet in regu
lar session in the town hail this even
ing. The following are tho nowly elected
West Pittston school teuchers for lb
ensuing veor; High school assistants.
Eila M. E. Nutt, Mary A. Spratt;
gnimmer grade, lirst division, Mary
Emory; A, second division, Helen
Davidson; A, first division, Mary J.
Riser; 0, first division Martha James;
B and C grammar, Martha Evans;
primary grade B, lirst division, Nellie
N. Danker; B. second division, Jennie
Hughes; 0, first division, Fannie Fair
clongb; C, second division, Blicabstb
Thorbnrn; C, third diristou, Lucy
The Unrbondnle Lyoenm Opera com
pany gave a very creditable presenta
tion of "Pirates of Penztuce" at Mosio
hall Friday and 8 itnrday evenings for
the bent tit of the Pittaton hospital. The
hull wns crowded at both pt-rfoniiauc s
ami the player Was lil.ernliy ip
plan.led. A good sum will be realised
and the hospital trustees and those who
assisted in in king the undertaking the
success it was are to be Coatrutal ite I.
The Traction compuny opened the
East Side line running between here
and Wllkea-Barre ut noon Saturday,
The trips are made regularly ev-ry
twenty minutes, the same as en the
West Side. Tho cars leave Wilkes
Barre on the square, and from tiiis
place, at the en , of the road, at the
West End, opposite llouck's drug llore.
Tim tare is tne lathe as stated in the
Q, I'ttea few days ago 15a to Port
Griffith, lOo, to Platnaville and 15c. to
Wiikcs-Ham; 8 from Port Griffith
to Plaiutviil", 10i. to VVtlkes-Barre and
Tic I rout Pl.iinsville to Wilkes-Barre;
same rales returning.
Robert foole, bookkeeper at the
Hughes brewery, received pdiifnl
urntsei about the face and breast Sot
uMny afieruoon While engaged in as
sisting in the repairing of a Steam
"joint" that had hecoillu broken. Ills
ii juiies, while painful, are not serious
The hond of Willi mi Abbott as treas
urer of th" ISllOOl boailt lias been i.p
profed. It is in the stun of $10. out)
The bondsmen are William Abbott,
Albert Brown, William Dinry, Anguat
Conrad, C. Donnelly, Joseph Btleinau
mid J. B Shifter; and the witnesses.
George II. Daniels, George Drury, t
H. Sanders, Robert sniel nnd Jatnos
Dr. J. J. Walsh and son, James,
leave today for Philadelphia and At
lantic City on a brief vacation to en
joy the sa breec 's.
Mrs. Kliz.tmth Grilliths, wife 0f
Peter P, Grilliths, of Parsonage street,
died at 0.48 o'clock Friday night after
mi illness of several weeks. She was OS
years of age, and is survived by her
husband and three daughters, as fol
lows: Mrs. William Tompkins, of
Hughestown ; Mrs. A W. Brese, of
Oregon; Mrs. John Muir, of Butte City,
Montana, The funeral mil take plans
this afternoon, with service. at the
house st 2 o'clock. Interment in Pitts
The many friends in this place
learned with profound regret of tho
death ot Mrs. James II. Kelly, which
occurred at har home in Wllkea-Barre
Friday. Previous to her marriage
twelve years ago, she was Miss Belle
McDade. For years Hho attended the
select school taught by the sisters of
the I. M. II,, and won many friends by
her kind and lovable disposition. Her
funeral will occur this morning nt 0
o'clock from her home on South street.
A solemn mats of rrquiem will bo eol
ebrated nt S Mary's church, after
which intermout will be made in the
Hanover Catholic cemetery.
When Hnliy was sick, we Rave her rvtortfc
When she was a Child, she crleil for OaitOfiS,
When she txs-aine Miss, she oiling to Cast oris.
When she hnd Children, the gavotheui distort
Home grown strawberries aro now
on sale in our markets. The crop is
mid to bo small, but the quality of the
fruit is said to be first class.
J, D Smiley, one of our most pro
gressive men, had a letter in lust week's
Democrat on the subject of electric
lightH and sewers. Be contends that
the town should be careful not to go so
fur in debt by putting in tho electric
plant thnt sewage will be delayed. It
is a question that should he studied
Oareiully before the vote is taken, the
cost of tho electric light plant should
he ascertained and published ho that
tho people could vote with their oyea
open. That sewago is of great import
ance there is no doubt and wo also ueed
lights, but it would be bettor for a well
man to carry lantern to light his way
than to hnvo the olectric light shine in
his sick room.
South Montrose will celebrate tho
"ever glorious," while the Montrose
people sit on tho fonco and seo the pro
cession p iss.
Mota Guy, daughter of Landlord
Guy, is slowly recovering from n se
Tho Warrinor brothers are home
from school to spend their vacation.
Harry Beach nnd Samuel Dwssaner, of
Lehigh university, are spending their
vacation nt their homes here.
Company G now has its drills in the
open air on tho green in front of Judgo
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Ayers havo re
turned from their wsddlng trip nnd aro
hoarding with Mr. Lueoovor, on (Jliist
Colonel EL H, Ripple will lecture in
Brooklyn, Pa., next Wednesday even
ing. He will find a goodly number of
Montrose people there to hear him.
Commander H. P, Beardsley. of Four
Bathers post. Grand Army of the Rj
pnblic, was present at their meeting
last night, lie had spent the past two
mouths at Washington, D. C , and had
a great deal to tell the post of his trip
and stay in tho city.
Mr. and Mrs, Kismnn, of Snequc
liannn, are gmists of Air. and Mrs. M.
S. J. Sparks & Co., olTir a fine fish
ing rod to thu person catching tho
B. Thatcher has-been making quite
extensive improvements on his Church
street property occupied by J. W.
Will Smith, of Binghnmton, has ac
cepted a position at Beeby's feed store.
He hns also enlisted ns a member of
Company (1. National Guards of Penn
sylvania. B W. Ponse, having closed his school
St Little Meadows, is suonding a few
lays hero visiting friends.
JUST LIKE A MAN'S.
They Are Even Helling Women's Vest
Beady Made Thl i rear.
The delights of shopping are beginning
to bo tempered by heat of tbo streets nnd
the closeness of the stores. Already there
Is a perceptible falling o0 of attendance in
tho dry pssls temples, and that in spite of
tho bargains advertised and spread out to
Induce custom. There are a great many
genuine bargains among the articles
shown, for all '."rds are being sold at tin-
nsually low prices this season, and a com
plete outfit from head to foot may bo ob
tained at n moderate expenditure by n
woman who knows whore nnd how to buy.
A now departure is the selling of ready
made VOSts for women, They have come
Into fashion within n year, being produced
to fill the hiatus In tho front of the "pen
blazer. They aro made in every respect
liken man's waistcoat, oxoopt that they arc
Sometimes double breasted, and they conic
SHORT IU.ACK CAPE.
In all colors nnd materials, scarlet (doth
being i -pei hilly favored this season. A
stiff shirt bosom and collar, with a man's
tie, nre usually worn with them.
A largo nntnbot of pretty, (luffy things
for the nock have appeared lately, 1 008,
chiffon, ribbons, gimp nnd all sorts of
trimming being employed In their manu
facture. These trifles are n dangerous In
diligence for a short npokod woman, but
they do good si rvloo In softening the lines
of a long neck. There Is no end to tbo va
riotyot styles shown In this hind of goods,
for most of thorn arc Imported, and tho
Parisian mind hns particular Ingenuity in
the Invention of decorative adjuncts ! tho
toilet. A iiiiinlicr of them ON made with
n high standing collar, which is rather
bnrdonsomo in warm weather, but this
fashion in not Invariable,
A very pretty yoke was wen made of
gathered blael; ch'ITon and bordered With
a full double rufflo of the satne. A sketch
is given of a mere elaborate arrangement,
the foundation of which Is a yoke of black
moire trlminod with Jot, It is surrounded
with wldo flounces of phantlUy loco nnd
fastens in front under a largo le.ee bow
With very long ends. This makes a pn-tty
addition to n plain black OOStUIUO,
.Trim: Clloi. let.
A Personal Baflsotlon,
"Miss Hi Jeo didn't sing today," remarked
O friend to the leader of the choir of tho
Church of the Ollertory.
"No, she's resigned,
"i thought she had a good place. What
Was the trouble. "
'She Was offended about, the solecMcfil of
an Anthem Whiofa she had to lend o(T last,
Bnndl y, and vowed she'd resign sooner
than SUg it, and she did."
"That1, odd. What wnsblie anjicm,"
"It begOi. .'I have la-en young and now
am old.' " i'nw York Epoch.
Death Invaded the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Bryan on Saturday morning aud
stole their bright 10-montns old babe,
Frnncess. Tho funeral occurred yes
terday from the family residence on
Main street. Interment in Olyphant
The McKinley olnb, which was organ
ized here a shurt time ago, held their
usnul two-weekly meeting in the bor
ough building on Friday night.
A party of electricians who are en
gaged in extending a telephone line
along the boulevard, aro making their
headquarters at the Central.
David Reese. Joriuerly of this town,
but now of lVckville, called on friends
here on Friday.
Tue members of the Primitive Meth
ocist church are profnso in tholr
thanks for the kind treatment and
many little courtesses they received
from the bands of iho traction com
pany's employes during their trip to
and from L inral Hill park last Wednes
A number of guests havo nrrived at
Otonomw park in this place from Wash
ington, D. C, and are highly pleased
with the location as n summer resort.
Mrs. J. H. Van Loan ia visiting
friends tn Bingnnmton.
The postollico building on Church
street is nearly completod.
A number from this plane attended
Walter Main's circus in Bingtumton
A base ball nine haB been organized
in this place.
Eugene Com p ton has returned horns
from a visit with Soranton friends.
Miss Gertrude Nichols, who has
been visiting friends in Bingham ton,
hss returned home.
Master Louis Neilson is spending n
two weeks' vacation at Csrley Brook.
Wellington Van lnwegan.of Chicago,
is the guest of L. 0 Hose.
Miss Cora Bell, of Carhondalo, was a
visitor in town Saturday.
Hon. William K Rose, of Phillips
port, is visirtug his brother, L. O. Rose.
Meade Schenck has returned fr tn
William Watt, of Carbondnle, wns in
Orry B. Halsell passed Sunday with
his parents ut Cniondale. He rode over
on his wheel Saturday.
BunnocK Bi.onn Bitteiis taken after
eating w ill relieve any feeling of Weight
or over lullnoes of the stouiucb. Sold
MI NOOK A.
Thomas Dyson, ngod (i." yenrs, died
at his home in Greenwood on Saturday
morning, rte leavss six danght r and
six sons to mourn his loss. His wife
died tour years ago. He was a veteran
of the late war, and a member of C L.
Swartl Post, of Moscow. He had been
ailing tor some time, and worked until
a week ago last Saturday. Ho was
sitting on the stoop of his house on
Thnrsday evening, and not until a
short lime before his dvmiso was his
case thought to be so srious. Fun-ral
this morning at 8 o'clock. Interment
in Spring Brook cmotery.
A Shoe Bettbn Case.
Schoolgirls will find the enso for shoo
buttons oa described in The Household
o very useful article, which if hung on
tho wall will always bo in readiness for
To moke it, take two pieces of ribbon
0 inches long and 2 incb.es wide, Over
hand the sides, leaving a space of two
Inches in tho middle for the neodle case,
Muko this by covering a piece of card-
Tltr. DCTTOIl CA8B COMPLETED,
board, a liitl" leas than 3 inches one way
nnd 9j the other, with a piece of tho rib
bon, laying a cotton wool wadding on
ono sido, fur greater convenience in
sticking tho ncodlos through. Fasten to
it n small bow of baby ribbon for draw
imx it or.t.
Hem thoi nl;' of the ribbon and feather
stitch across both ends, which form tho
noodlo holder. Rnn ribbons through one
of tho horns at tho end, for drawing it
up likd a bag, and uso it for boot but
tons aUd n thimble. In the open cud of
tho case put n spool of linen thread and
suspend the fcaso by meansof ribbon th d
in a low w'th opds il tho top. f
: '!7v "
Mi a. I,. S. Been
Could Not Live Long
So Thought the Neighbors
But Hood'9 Sarsaparilla Perfectly
Cured Muscular Rheumatism.
"C. I. RoOdftCo., bOWell, llnss.:
" I had muscular rheumatism tor twelve years.
I took many remedies that wen uggestetl, and
was treated lor three months St the hospital St
nethleuom, but did not realise any n Uef, Finally
(docldoil to try il I's Honuuanlla, Attn- tak
ing one botttN I was surprised at Its success.
I followed the directions and It kelpeil right
slnug, I huii the wont kind of rheumatism, tin'
psln nolug most seven- In the joints of mv hands
and iimiis. I could not use my right arm even
to cut allies of bread. The nelghDora thought
I Could Not Livo Long,
I looked so tl In. and I wished myself many
times that I was la hoaven, ' was so tired of life,
No tongue can tell tlio pains I iiffereU. Hut
ilnce taking Hood's sarsaparilla nil Is chsoged,
I eon Sleep Well ( nlRht, something I have not
done for ten years. Bow thankful I am for the
Kood I derived from Hood's S.irs iimrllla. My
blends wonder nt the ohongO." Mas. b. si
Kf.tuis, Wi'Mheriy. Pennsylvsiila.
Hood's Pills suro liver ills, eottstlputloti,
MBwsusss, ftiottdlsa, lids. UaadaoDO) UKllgsatlt
S J 'r,
11 mi m $
On Thursday evening will occur the
fifth unnunl tianqnet of the Alumini as
sociation of the (Jarbondale high school.
It will be held at Hotel Anthracite.
Very elaborate preparations are being
made and a most enjoyable time is an
ticipated. Proprietor, Fox. of the
Anthracite, bus prepared the following
menu: Consomme, alphabet, fried
smelts a la Delmonico, Haratoea pota
toes, sweet bred in cises a la financier,
cream potatoes, Freuch peaB. chicken
salad Mnyonaise, Neapolitan ice cream,
aborted cuke, wafer crackers, Elsm
ciieese, fruits, nut, coffee, raiiius. The
entertainment programme will be one
of great interest.
Hugh Uerrity died Siturday morn
ing at his home on Gordon nvenne at
the age of 59 years, of heart disease.
Funeral this morning at !l o'clock.
Throe clusses of the Methodist Sab
bath school will hold an ice ereain fes
tival nt the church on Wednesday
Emmons L. Peck spent Saturday at
Uniondale tho guest of his grandpa
runts. B F. Moxey, of, Forest City, called
on Curbondole friends on Saturday af
tornoon. Charles Ledyafd, of Able nville, a
grodunte of Keystone academy, Fao
toryvillo, was the guest of relatives iu
this city Saturday.
J. 1). Pnrtell spent Sunday with his
parents In Deposit.
Misa Flo Allen, of Forest City.paseed
the Sabbath in this city.
Remarked by li. 0. Joiner, of Allen P.
f) , Hillsdale, Mich. i "Nothing gave my
rheumatism such quick relief ns Dr.
Thomas' Hclectric Oil-bollove it infallible
The school directors will reeslve pro
posals until July 13 for a .janitor to
take charge of the school building for
the ensuing yuar.
The property of the Into John Kssr
noy will be sold by administrator's
sale on July 14 nt 10 a. m.
Saturday ev.ininc H. D. Swick re
turned from Ooonn drovo where he has
been enjoying the strt breezss. Mrs.
Swick and daughter will remain some
The officers of the Junior American
Mechanics society will bs installed to
Children's Day was observed in the
Methodist nnd Baptist churches Sun
day. This evening nt the First Baptist
church the concert and festival will
Miss Mottie Kropp attended the
"1'irates of Penzmce" parformance in
Pittston on Saturday.
Arrunce to remain in town .Tnlv 4
and attend the lawn social on the
grounds adjoining St. James Episco-
tiul churcii. Tim firpumi-lra In thu
evening will rep-ty you for being pres
ent. William II. Lntev is hnildinn- nn nd.
dition to his jiroperty on the corner of
Main and II streets which will be a
Children's day was observed at the
M. E. church and Welsh Congrega
tional churches yesterday. The
churches were also handsomely deco
rated with flowers.
Hev. Dr. II H. Harris will leave to
morrow for Wales.
Will Gordon and L"nn King arrived
home Saturday from L.k-- Underwood.
W. S Decker. Fred Winslow, Jottie
Winslow. Edith and Mary Van Vn,
kirk and Anna Q.trdon will arriv
Iho McKinley club will mjot to
night in John Weisenflnn's lull. Hon
John H. Fellows, candidate for con
gress, ie exi octd to be present and a i-
drefs the meeting.
Hev. Dr. Logan, of Saranton. preach
ed at the Presbyterian church yester
Harry Hood an! Liah Powell will bs
married this morning by Iijv. II. II.
J. E. D ivis was in Spring Brook
John Braf, of West Pittston, passed
Sunday in town.
.lames Ho Wells and Jane James will
be united in the bouas ofmitrimony
E- T- HORTON, M. D.,
WMITr.HALL, N. Y.
CFAO HI IETTF M
" Permit me to say a word in
Commen4ation of your excel
" I used it with very, very
gratifying results in several
wasting diseases, and assure
alone enabled me to sustain
the patients' strength for
mouths, when everything else
failed. I consider it the best
concentrated food I have ever
AH riiyslrlnns Fmlorse It.
Povininr is a hiclilv COndenttd r.iw fend rxtrnrl. rnl-
atahlr to die most (lcllr.Hi- l.ili-. It ront.tini the vital
RndpleS of beef OOOeentttted, and is it-rummcndrd
y over rOfOOO pltvsiri.tns II K i'leal tood.
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THE BOVININE CO., NEW YORK.
The GENUINE New Haven
Mathushek " Pianos
New York Wnxeronms No. SO
E. C. RICKBR & CO.,
Snip dnMlsra in this Ruction.
OrFICK-121 Adams Ave., TolcihoDo iviw'g
The OfJiirial Raw Food I
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests
2 for 25c.
Remember, The Fair
THE LEADERS IN LOW PRICES,
RUGS AND ART SQUARES
For a Few Days Only
100 Smyrna Rugs, best quality,
oO Smyrna Mats, best quality, 16x34 inches, ,75
150 Moquette Mats,best quality, 18x36 inches, 1,25
50 Moquette Mats,8"" 18x36 inches,
25 Ingrain Rugs, fringed, 36x72 inches, 1.25
75 India Rues, fringed, 27x60 inches, 1,50
48KasmerRugs, u,,s,,rfor 30x60 inches, 5,00
2x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain, $6.00 $4.25
3x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain, 7.20 5.00
3x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain, 8.40 6.00
2Kx3 yards, all-wool, - - - - 6.75 4.75
3x3 yards, " - - - - 8.10 6.00
3x3 yards, " ... - 9.45 7.00
3x4 yards, " - - - - 10.80 8.00
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue.
FOR THIS WEEK
And until they are all gone, we
will sell any
Baby Carriage orRefrigerator
From our mammoth stock, for
0c. Per Week
2 Per Month
and a small cash deposit.
Summer Goods in great variety
and all sold on our liberal CREDIT sys
tem or for cash.
An Onyx Finished
chiiKt's or iivsr.
A 100-piece Dinner
FORMER PRICE. NOW.
30x60 inches, $4.00 $2.00
Clock with $50 pnr-
fet with $75 purchases