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THE fc CPAKTCXN TliJJiUTOC-TIlUKSDAY MOENING. JULY 5, 1804.
HOUSE DRESSES AND COSTUMES FOR
the Itest Skirt Is 81z Yard Around the
Bottom now to Make It All Kind of
dodlone and Jacket Linen and Berg-e
The keynoto of tho season's modes
Which m-n now so fully developed is the
revival of tho styles of our p'anduioth
ers, but history never does quito repeat
itself iu fashions, so the.ro is both a dis
tillation mid n difforouco between the
old time idoas and thoir modern treat
ment Old fiwhionod silks, checked,
Btriped and waterod, and balloon sloovos,
flaring skirts and laco capes havo been
accepted with ovidont satisfaction. All
kinds of bodices except perhaps the
ono which is molded to the figure with
many loams aro worn.
' They nro draped across, fulled into
tho belt, arranged with frills, wide
tproading collars and rovers, olaboratoly
trimmed with laco, chiffon and spangled
trimming, bnt they uro in appearance
practically seamlusa, Littlo juokota are
either niado or simnlatod )f tho trim
ming. A pretty way to accomplish this
effect is to full lace in at the front scum
of the armholes nn inch or so on tho
shoulder and under the arm and draw
It closely together in front with a knot.
PRETTY EVENING OOWJJS.
Silk or velvet may bo used in the same
manner or cat into tho shape of a jackot
if preferred. This is a satisfactory way
to renovate an old waist.
Plain skirts and those which aro nar
rowly trimmed prevail over tho more
elaborate ones. The latest skirt is 6
yards around tho bottom if the mate
rial is silk or any thin stuff. It is cut
like a bell skirt iu front and at the
sides, whilo at the back there aro throe
breadths of silk, with additional width
given to each one at tho bottom by sew
ing on gores. These are sloped off quite
narrow at tho top mid made to stand
out in round folds from the waist by
the means of a stiff interlining. To in
sure an even appearance around the
edgo tho breadths have to bo cut in scal
lops. Jiraperies aro very chary about
asserting their disadvantages, for they
haven't many points of recommendation
and are still in tho minority. If ono
combination of color can bo more fash
ionable than another, it is black and
For tennis, yachting and outdoor
sports nothing yet invented quite takes
tiio place of sergo for theso goVns, bnt
tho spirit of decoration has invaded this
variety of dress. Colored and white
linens aro used for these costumes, and
this season they are combined w'th serge
in ono suit. A white linen coat called
"Garcou a Cafe" barely reaches to the
waist This is worn over a white 6erge
skirt and a bright oolored blouse. Silk
muslin waists, made over a silk lining,
are also considered suitable for yacht
ing. A pretty idea for docorating a gown
with the yachting club colors consists
of a coat and skirt threaded with rib-
YACHTIXO GOWN WITII CLUB COI.ORS.
txms of tho desired color brought
through buttonlioled slits down tho
skirt, terminating in loose, ends at th
bottom, whilo tho coat collar is treated
In tho name manner. If the inner vest
of serge is not desired, a white silk
hlrt waist may be worn instead.
Evening dresses aro as much in demand
In summer as the more usof ul dressos for
outdoor use. And a very dainty ono,
uitable for a young girl, is simply
trimmed with ruffles of thesamo. A
folded belt and two rosettes of ribbon
are the only trimming, except the ruf
fles. This la a pretty stylo for white silk
touslin mado over a color.
TREATMENT FOR MOTHS.
Hethods of Destroying These rente a Pino
ttced by New England Housekeepers.
There is no certain way of preventing
the entranco of moths to a house. They
can easily intrudo ' themselves and are
hard to deteot As they work only in
darkness, where a flood of light can be
admitted during . the day they are not
likely to appear. It is to the obscure
nooks, therefore, that attention is to be
dtreoted to tho edges and cornors of
carpots, tho contents of drawers, chests
and presses. All woolen goods should be
brushed and beaten, hung in the sun
and air if practicable, thon be carefully
wrapped in thick, unbroken paper bo
fore being laid away. Tho moth miller
cannot get inside the paper to lay her
eggs, and the young moths cannot pene
trate it after they are hatchod.
The fumes of camphor aro fatal to
moths, and in putting away winter
clothes and furs, wrapping with thorn
or placing in the inolosuro a small
quantity of camphor gum is a pretty
certain preventive f moth ravages.
Tar is ahjp roputmaflt to thejn, Jar ta
per for lining uses may be advanta
geously employod. Turpentine, insect
powder and finely ground peppor aro
also fatal to the littlo pests if they can
be brought together, writes a Now Eng
land housekeeper ifi Good Housekeep
ing. Sho ears:
One method of treating carpets, up
holsterios and the like, which cannot
be readily reached in any other wr.y,
may be called the steam bath. The
process consists in wotting the goo.'.s in
fectod, then laying over them two or
three thicknesses of cloth thoroughly
wot and going over tho wholo with a
very hot iiatiron. If this plan is thor
oughly carried out, tho destruction of
both moths and eggs is certain.-
The buffalo moth is even more vexa
tious than the ordinary kind. Ho is
usually found about the edges of car
pots. In addition to woolens, this in
sect foeds on tho pollen of various
shrubs and is said to be very fond of
spirnea. For this renson people lire
warned against having this shrub near
thoir dwellings, as tho moth is said to
fly from it into the building and lay its
eggs on any woolen article which can
be found, but a remote dark corner is
given tho preference. Camphor, pep
per and strong alum water aro among
tho preventives recommended for this
pest Another plan, which is said to
work very well, is to take strip.') of red
or blue flannel, theso colors being pecul
iarly attractive to the moths, and sat
urate them with a strong volution of ar
senic, placing them ubout the edges of
tho carpets or iu olher sect inns infested
or likely to be troubled. Tho strip of
flannel will lx eaten and the carpet
left intact. After making one meal the
intruder gives no further trouble of any
kind. It does not need to be said that
in the use of so dangerous a remedy tho
greatest card should be exercised. Ben
zino and naphtha aro also destructive to
moths and their' eggs, but it must be re
membered that they are very inflamma
ble and should be employed only in tho
daytimo and by a skillful and careful
How to Fry Apples.
Choose large, firm apples, rather tart,
wash without paring and slice across, so
as to niiike round slices half an inch
thick, with the eoreiu the center. Ilav
a spoonful of butter browning in the pan
and lay the slices in to biywn. Just as
they are ready to turn, if a sweet dish is
liked, sprinkle cinnamon and sugar over
tho uncooked side, so that the flavor
will go into tho applo whilo browning.
Tho old fashioned way was to fry them
in tho fat of Valt pork mid serve without
sweetening as a tart sauce with the
eat. The art of cooking them is to havo
tho slices tender and browned, but un
broken. A deep griddle is best to fry
Hat mid Hon net Finn.
Ono of tho features of headgear is tho
hatpin, which has grown to be a thing
of beauty and expense, quite as much
as tho jeweled brooch. The latest m a
butterfly with dull gold wings and body
of somo opaque stone, thickly studded
with brilliants to make it stand out.
Largo spiders with golden lgs and
pearl bodies aro a fancy, and these can
bo detached from the pin and worn on
An important part in tho costume of
tho day is the lingerie thereof, moro es
pecially the petticoat Very attractive
are tho silk petticoats garnished with
flounces of silk lace and chiffon and
bows of ribbon. Ono of rose satin has
threo narrow nifties of rose silk pinked
like rose petals and sewed one over tho
other ou tho edge of the skirt Theso
. SILK I'HTTICOATS.
are covered with a flounce of filmy black
lace, headed with an upstanding frill of
laco and roso satin and bows of black
velvet ribbon. Another of palo pink
moiro is striped with flounces daintily
draped with lace, put ou with a laco
beading, whilo a spotted watered silk,
ill a heliotrope hue, is trimmed up to
tho knees with Vandykes of laco in deep
frills, and a palo blue glace shows in
sertion, also in the vaudyko form of
black lace. Somo of the new white silk
underclothes aro trimmed with black
chantilly laco run through with black
ribbons. These are most becoming, whilo
the stays of silk embroidered batisto
also merit attention.
A Simple BTarble Cake,
Ilero is an eaFy way to niako marble
cako: First, cream together a cup of
white sugar and one-half cup of butter,
then add tho whites of 4 eggs well beat
en, ono-half cupful of sweet milk, 2
cups of flour, a tuaspoonful of cream oi
tartar, one-half teaspoonful of soda.
Second, cream together a cup of brown
sugar and one-half cup of butter, add
tlie boaton yolks of 4 oggs, ono-half cup
ful of sour milk in which a toaspoonfuJ
of soda has been dissolved, 2 cups of
flour, ono-half cupful of molasses and
ono-quarter of a teaspoonful each ol
ground allspice, cinnamon and clove.1).
Greaso 'woll a deep baking pan and pul
tho dough in alternately, commencing
with a lave- r tln dnvlr mixture.
Keyier, W. C.
Dn. K. V. Pinnce: Ttrnr Sir-When about
three years old I win taken with mumps, hIho
had fever, Anally 1 bad that dreaded dlswo
Scrofula. Tho inoflt eminent physlciuns la
tnis section treated mo
to no avail. I had run
ning scrofulous sores on
left sltlo of neck and face.
I was email and weakly
when eliiht or nine years
old, and In fact was
nearly a skeleton. Six
bottles of Dr. Pinrcu's
Golden Medical Discov
ery wrought marvelous
channel. Although tho
Sorea were boated in elp-ht
months. I did not quit
taking- it until I was sure
It had been entirely rout
ed from iny lymem. l he
only eigna left of tho H. M noLLEHAir. ,
dreadful rilsoase nro tho scars which ever rew
mind moot how near death's door 1 was until
rescued by the "Dlieovery." I am now
eighteen years old and weigh 148 pounds;
and huvo Dot been sick in five years. -Yours
HA It VF. If M. nOT.T.EMAN,
Agt. lor SeuOoard Air LUie.
EMBROIDERED CENTER MAT.
It Una a Hose De.sl-i. Which Combines Laee
work WitU Embroidery.
A beautifully embroidered center
mat, designed for tho dining room tablo
and originally described and illustrated
iu Tho Ladies' Journal, has a roso de
sign which combines laccwork with
MAT FOK LINIXH KOOM T.U'.t.H.
embroidery, the effect lieing graceful
and unique. The aunt measures 24
inuliM in diameter when completed and
may bo v."Til;ed in cither linen or silk.
Choose l!lo:ie!lo in delicate thadotf of
rose, pale pink and applo green, with a
little dull red to ncrcntvnto tho steins
aud thorns. Theso as vi 11 an tho blos
soms are worl.ed in soli-l n-.-.iliroidcry,
while tho leaven aro carried out in long
and short stitch i:i trrn or three nhailer.
litem stitch is u:;ed fur tho voiuing. It
may bo noted tlmtvhilu the feeling of
full blown ro a is suggested i:i tho
larger blossoms none f them is pre
sented with the front view, as it wou'v.l
take a very expert worker to reproduce
tho interior of a full blown m.e. Tho
best effort:! of embroidery can never ap
proach nature, while tho management
of tho blo Komrt in disiirn can bo c::rried
out after the le.nnnerof n realistic paint
ing, recent efforts having been directed
toward tho blending of tho shading in
embroideries, so as to simulate paint
ing, rather than by rendering it in flat
Tho outer odfje is lmtfonholcd in long
and short stitch in whito lilosello. Tho
darning is shaded slightly in delicato
Sailor lints Tiil:i Season.
Tho Eailor hat mado its nppoaranco
very early thin season. In other years
there haK been but or.e reigning shape.
Now, says a writer in the Ifew York
Herald, there are threo or four.
Thero is ono that has a very pro
nounced high crown and rather a nar
row brim, which may bo seen any day
ou the street, at tho races and out on
the drive, worn by dashing looking
women with jaunty tailor mado suits.
This hat closely resembles thoso worn
ONE OF Till! NEW RAII.OIt HATS.
by tho sterner sex. There aro very few
faces to which this style of hat is be
coming, on account of tho narrowness
of tho brim. A woman with a thin
face cannot wear it; neither can one
with a very full face. There are faces
for which this natty hat ju.it seems to
be made, and when worn by such a
woman it is quito stunning. Still an
other shapo of the so called sailor
hat is the one slightly rolled at tho
brim and trimmed either with a plain
band or a ki,ot of soft ribbon at the
side. All of these hats aro worn in dif
ferent colors, but whito and dark blno
Beem most in favor.
Tho maiitlo of long ago is to fall up
on our shoulders, and lace is to be tlie
idol of our summer hours. Of contVie
you must understand it in the mantle of
our mothers with a difference. W
really could teach onr mother:- and our
grandmotlurs, too, for that matter, al
though the mere suggest ie,:i would h
irreverent how to ni.ike a laco cap.'
They worn them in full folds, which
concealed the figure. Wo wear them so
that through tho daii.ty me.-.hes of the
laco yon may catch a glimpse of a trim
waist, a sloping shoulder, a well turmd
throat. At least this is tho way we
wear them if we are wise women.
It is eminently pleasing iu these days,
when the tailor made tweed, tho nnuily
waistcoat and the shirt mid tie do so
lunch to transform woman into a sem
blance of man, to find the re-established
popularity of tho dainty lace, whoso ev
ery thread is so conclusively marked
A Keelpn For 'Fluff."
Heat a quart of milk, add 3 table
spoonfuls cornstarch, wet up with a lit
tlo cold mill: and stir into tho hot milk.
Let it cook slowly 15 minutes, stirring
occasionally; then add two-thirds cup
ful of sugar, and when dissolved add
tho stiilly beaten whites of 1 eggs, and
flavor. Sot away in mold to harden.
Make a soft ui-itard of the yolk of the
eggs and a pint of pilk, and when ready
to serve pour around the mold of
Oraceful siishes are made by a donblo
band of ribbon parsed around tho waist
and fastened at the bi.ek Ii:eath two
rosettes, wiih long ends reaching to the
Celts of somo description nro an in
dispensable article ol' summer attire,
and they may be of ribbon, velvet or
Chatelaines hung with nil sorts of
jingling trinkets, such as miniature
flasks, salt bottles, seals and pencils, are
to bo worn again.
Bride .'maids' ihrfwtw of sheer plain
muslin, made over silk and trimmed
with laco insertion put in perpendicu
larly audi deep frillings of lace, are
pretty. With theso aro worn largo
girlish straw hats. Another fancy is to
have thrf bridesmaids wear different
Mothtr-I Kotlirralt MothorilH
llrs.W inflow's Soothing Syrup has been
nsed for over fifty years by millions or
mothers for their children whilo to.itbli,f.
with perfect success. It aooihes the child,
softens the gnrns, allnya uli psin; ctiros
wind colic and is the heat remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold bydiutfuista in every) art
f the world, lie sure and ask fur "Mrs.
Wluslow's Boothing Syrup," aud take uo
no other kind. IweuH-tiye cuuU a bot
Uavlng suffered from Dy
pttnsia fur three y:ira, I ue
cif'l to try HimuocK Blxo
BiWKiia. a'nd after using one
Uotlh-1 found myself wi min k
Irntlor that I vn encouriiiod
to ut nnothur: after taking
thi I find myself m fully re
atorud tht 1 do not nnud any
lniil.i mcdU-me. feeling truly
grateful 1" n. B. B.
Mas. U. Whits,
I Ml tirtfl
si (m 'W
Eatioail Bail cf tatoi
V . . WA'i WIN, Vice I'resiJjnt
A. ii. WILL) A llS. (.Wl.ur.
KAMrri. TTiN-t-s, ,Mir. M- EvrnrutiT
Ji;vims A. J i.vn. l'miti-K II. Fini.kv,
Jotu'ii J. JniiiYX, M. Kn mi. u mi.,
Cilia, i'. MAVfilKW. JollX T. t'oLTUil
W. W. WAiboA'.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This I nnk InTites tho patronage ot Luslnoss
men ulid llrmH nelii-riilly.
Atlantic Refining Co.
Manufacturers owl Dealers in
fllaminatiDj and Lnbrlcatiog
Linseed Oil, Nopthas and Gaso
lines of all urados. Axle Grease.
Pinion Greaae and Colliery Com
pound ; nlso, a large line of Par
rafline Wax Candloa
W nlso handle the Famous CROWN
ACKE OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in tho market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manage
Ofike: Coal Exchange, Wyomln.' Av
Vv orka ut l'ine HrouX.
Cnxl nf the twet quality f jr doraestle np.e,ani)
nf all kIzhm, duliverej iu any part ut the cit
al lowest price.
Orders left at my offleo.
NO. 118, WYOMING AVENUF,
Roar room, Orxt floor, Thirl National Bank:
or sent by mail or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention.
t-peeial eontiacta will bo made for the sail
anil iloiivury of buckwheat CoaL
TO T. SMITE
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Havo removed their office to their
141, 143,145,147,149, 151
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 86321
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
in Blood Poison
P. P. 1. purities tho blood, bnlldstrp
tho weuk and ilohtlltuied, irivea
strength Co weakcneil nerves, expels
dne;i-,i.lvl!iit Uiopntt.uu health and
bappliiosrt whoro sickness, Kloomy
lei luis and lafiltv.do II rut prevailed.
l'or lii'liiiary.aeeondnry anil tortlnry
eyphlfl i, lorbliMul polsonlnir. morcu
rial putfioa, cislarla, UyHfiejiHla, and
in nil blood and skin dUooses, Itko
blotuheo, pimides, old ohronlo ulcers,
tetter, auHld head, bolls, oryslpelus.
eczema ive may say, without fear of
CMiitrndletloii.thntP. P. P. In the best
blood Mir:iler In tho world, and makes
fiositivo, speedy and permanent euros
u all eases.
and whose blood hi In an imp lire eontll
gr -. tlon. duo to menstrual Irregularities,
dorf ill tonlo and blood cleansing prop-
ortlesof P. P. P. - Prickly Ash, Poke
Hl'RiNol'iri.D, Mo., Auk. 14th, 1WI3.
I oun spek In the hlKhest terms of
your niudielue froui my own personal
Knowlodite. I was nffected with heart
disease, plearisy and rheumatism for
ar years, wss treated by the very best
phyklclans ana spent hundreds ot dol
lars, tried every known remedy with
out flndltiff rwllef. I have only taken
ono bottle ot your P. P. P., and cam
ohoertully say It has doue niemore
food than anything I havo ever takon.
can roeonnntnd your medicine to all
ullerer of the above dlsennes.
MBS. M. M. YKARY.
Bpr. Jgfleld, Oreea County, Mo.
Dr. B. Grewer
The 1 hilnrlelplii, Fpoeinlist.and his susoelatea
staft nf Enirllnh and Oennnn phvslcvana,
are now perma..ontly located at
nit si'hlch sr., scranton.
The doctor is a qrradnnto of the University of
r nnMylvaniu,formoi lv demonstrator of phvai
olo'.'y and xurcerv at, 'the Mcdico OliirurKical
t'ollejm f l'hilailelphla. A specialty of
J hroiiie. Nervous, Skin, fli art, Womb and
DISEAShS OF THE KERVODS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
confidence. H- xnnl weakness In men niul wo
mnn, bull rising in the throat, spots tloatliis
before the eyes, loss of memory, unable to con
central) the mind nn one sulijoct, e.iailv
Btnrtleil when suddenly spoken to. aud dull,
eiHtressHd mini, which limits them for per
forniliiif the actual duties of life, nmkiiiK hup
piiii HH impoDHililo; iliktiei-siiiK tho ai tion of
tlie heart, cuns'iiir fhr-h of heat, deprubsiou of
spirits, evil forcliiidincs, conardiio, four,
dreams, tnelam holy, two ensy of company,
fooling us tired in the morning us when ivtir
lliir, hick of enerey, nervousneHS, trcmlilinu,
ciuifiision of thought, depression, eoiintlpntion.
wenk'icss of the limlis, ele. Thoi-o so uffucted
uli ' u lil consult us iiiiimuiutriy and be reHtor
cd to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED,
Weakness of Young Mcu Cured.
If you have been rIvoii up by your physician
cull upon the doctor aud be exiinmied. Ho
cures l lie worst enses of Nervous lielulity, Hero
fuln.Old Si res.! aturrhl'iles.Femulu Wealoieus,
Jiffeclioiis of the Eyo, Ear. Neso and Throat,
Asthma, licuiiii'ts. Tumora Cancers aud Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations fveo and strictly sacred and
confidential. Ofiieo hours daily from Vn. in.
to U p. in. bunday 9 to Z
H. A. HULBERT'3
City Musio Store,
DKCKKR BROTHERS m
KKANICU ft BACK WiaU
Msf a larc stook of first!
DKITKB RHOR CO.. IoCp.fapllal.JI.OOO.OOO.
riKST ni.no l-HOE IN the would.
"A dollar tared It a dollar tarntd."
ThlsLadlrs'Molld French DonRobi Kid Tint
ton lioot d.iiver.d free anywkora in tho U.S.. on
receipt oi lann, aioaoy urarr,
or TosUil Note for tl.M.
Kqusls every way tho beats
snld in nit retail stores for
Ji.60. We reako this boot
ourtelves, thorffore we uar
antet tho , ttylt and irmr,
and If nuy ono is not saLlslicd
win roiuna urn money
send another pair. Ooura
Toe or Common Btne,
widths C, IV B, 6 K,
sizes 1 to 8 sua half
n III yon.
Dexter Shoe Co., HOHTON. HASH
ffpeetnl termt to utuicr:
For purity, and for improvement of tho com
plexion, nolhinjr equals Pozzom'a Powder.
and Old Sores
and Kidney Troubles
Prlcklv Ash. Poko ltoot and Potas-
einni, the greatest blood purifier on,
Abrrdrbh, O.. Jnly21,
Messrs. Lifcuan IIkos. , Havaiinsb.
Ga. i IiKAKHliis I boiiKhc a bottle of
Jour P.P. P. nt Hot MprliiKS,Ark.,and
t has done me more Kood tnnii threo
mouthf' treatment al. the Hot Hprinifs.
Hend three bottles ('. (i, U.
JAR. M. NRWTON,
Aberdeen, Drown County, O.
Capt. J. D. Johnston.
To all whom it may concern: I here
by testify to the wonderful properties
of P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. I
suflered for several years with an un
slahllyand disagreeable eripitlon on
my fsoe. I tried every known reme
dy but In vain, until p. p. p. was used,
and am now eutiroly curd.
(Sltfucdbyj J. D. .IOHNBTON.
Shin Cancer Cured.
J,jffmony'm the Mayor of Sequin, Tex,
Massns. i.ippman Hbos. , 8avanuah, 3f
Ga. : ik.ntlcmen havo tried your P.
P. P. for a disease of timskln, usually
auown as aaln eanuer.of thirty vears1
smndlnir. and fouad Krent rollef: It
purities the blood and removes ail Ir
ritation from tho sent of the disease
and prevents any snrendlnw ol tlie
sores. I havo taken live or six bottles
and feel confident thnt another course
will clreot a cure. It has olo relieved
me from Indlvestlon and etomaou
trouble. Yours truly,
CAPr. W. M. RU8T,
Attorney at Law.
Book on Biocd Diseases Moiled free.
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tippman's Bloek,Savmanaih, 6s
t"Jti W KAiV
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who will accept fim Iuibunk flour coupon of 25 on eaou on hundred pounds'
of Hour or CO ou each barrel of flour.
hcrnnton-P. P. Pricsy
Go'.d Meila. Brand.
wiwhingtoa avonua I
Dliimioro-F. P. Price, Gold Medal Drand
Iminuoro-R 1). Mauley. Hnpoilative Uranl.
Hyde Park Carsou llavia, Wa hburn Ht.
Hold Medal Braml; J soph A. Mears, Mam
aveuns, Superlative Brand.
Gl'eeu Kidno A.Iy.Spencnr.(iold Modal Brand.
J. T. Melliile, (Superlative.
IVoTldenee Feimor & ChuppnlLN Main ave
nue, Superlative liraiid;!'. J Gilloipia, W.
Market street, Hold Med.il Brand.
Olyphnnt -James Jm'dan. Superlative Brand.
Pcckvilio Shaffer St Ki Is ;r Suporlativj.
Jerinyn-C. U. Winters Co. Superalatlve
Archnald Jones, 8 inpson ft Co . (1 ld Medal.
Carliondiilo-B. S. Clark, (lold Medal Brand.
llonesilalo-I. N, Foster 4 Co. Uoli Modal.
Miuooka M. II. L:ivalla
LOUIS B. SMITH!
Dealer In Choica Confections and Frnife
BREAD AND CAKE3 A SPECIALTY, .
FINEST ICE CREAM ISSSES
1437 Capouse Avenua
CAS I' ST K Eli
WILEY & RUS8ELX1 AND WELLS BRO&
Wholesale and ratal! dealers' In Wafronmakers and Blaoksmith'
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
.'ilijiiT mail propilio. . ou
Ub..HMAi,l lh. MBirnr.
tEF0ilEA.NQ AFTER USINQ.no other. Addruns
For Solo in Scranton, Pa., by H. O. SANDERSON, Druggist, oor. Waahingtoo
inrl Snruce strnots.
I'ovSnlc 1vC. M.
BvforuAUd AUvi Uiug.
Foraala by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spvuca Strt, Scranton, Pa, .
fren thtX f. THeune, lov.l,UX
"Cbicaoo, Oct 81. Fh fini oflWU
annonnceinent of World' Fair il-l
plomas on floor has beea mad. A
medal- has bea awarded hj th
World's Fair judges to the flour manu
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee report
the flour strong and puna, aud entitles
it to rank as first-class patent floor fry
family and bakers' use."
Taylor-Judge St Co., Gold Medal; Athertof
& Co., Superlative.
nuryea-Lawreiiee Store Co., Gold Medal
Moosic John McCrindlo, Oold MedaL
Pittaton-M. W. O'Boyle, Hold MedaL
C ark's Ureen-Frace & Parker. Suparlatlva,
Clark's Summit-F. M. Yoang, Gold Medal.
gl'on-. K. Finn ft Bon, Gold Medal Brand,
Nli'holson-J. E. Hurdinif.
Waverly-M. W . Bliss t Son, Oold MedaL
tactoryvllle-Charles Gardner, Gold Medal
Honhottom-N. M. Finn A Son, Gold Modal,
Tobyhanna-Tobyhanna Lehigh Lumbsr
to . Gold Medal Brand.
Gonldsboro-B A. Adams, Gold Modal Bread.
MiHcovr-Galge A Clements, Gold Medal.
Lake ArW-Janios A. Bortree, Gold Medal
iorestClty-J. U Morgan 6c, Gold Med
R. R. fi PULES
Thli weMtrflsl rmr4y ftf
eaMs. such ss Woak Momory, Lessor Hraln Power, lleadaehe. Wakefulness.
Lovt.MnnhoiM, Nlnlitlr Kiiilseluiie, Ntrvouinoas,alldralnsandlosof power
In iloiipratlToOri(aiisofolihirspiOBnodhy overexertion, youth fulerro
iiitisnlTe use of tohaeeo. onluni or stimulants, which lead to lnfirmltr. Coa
Can he csrrlert In Test pocket. HI per bor, C t or
n ' oroor m wniivn gasrsBne w w. w
rir"Hl.r fri. Mnld h all rfnuiol.u Ab for It. tss
fcUV E HEKD tH alasonio Temple, CHicaOO.IU
RESTORED MANHOOD I
1 " CTy1nTP'"wwaTrni'ir;' aa nl
Tho creat rempdr fnrnmnii. n . i , .iirmmmj
fornerrous prostration and allnemrasdlsoases of
RS&I y'10 neneratiyo oreans of elihor sex. such as Nerrous 1'romratlrn,
M& lV57ju!';nhw-In,IM,ton5TIj,NlliUy Knilsslons.YonOiful Kr
W) Wontal WorrT.eioosslvousoof Tol.acooorcplum, which lead to
roJT.. mininllon ami lii.nriltw. H'iii, . ' . ,
sunipllon and Insanity. With every onlor we slve a written guar.
Biiuvuirureorrotunrt'tlie money. pii Rt Sl.OO perbox. U boiof
Will brtce ton nr. In a week Held with WaiTTRM
3 ii . . ' 5 '? C,r os Dohlhly, Loss otrlsiusl Power in llhl ,
lnyoluntorf EmlMloui from any csu.s. If neolfded, such troubles lil t,
finii.liniTilInn ... l.u..i. . . . . . . ......
- : 1 j, Bi.wptT oos oy msu, o ooxob ior v. tia epr?
Sr.t J'i-Si'.".! J,,UeB I"iaoip lo cursor nfuud ths moaoy. kir u
FS4L MKCICLNB CO.. Clsf.lnud. Ohio.
Pharmacist, cor. Wvomlna Avanua J