The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, July 05, 1894, Page 8, Image 8
8 TIIE RCEANTON TItmu.NJ5-TIItmSDAY MORNING. fULY 5, 1894. TpHE dreaded pneumonia or , X .. grippe" ia relegated to the rear, and "Old Sol" with hia pen etrating rays ia a constant re minder that we are candidates for Summer Attire. Underwear Exceptional v.ilues in this depart ment. Good were bonght at clear ing uiMtiufuctuivrs' prices. Lisle Thread Vests in white, ecrn aud colore. Balbrk'pan V-sts, Fashiouuhle Ribbed Vests, Finest Egyptian Yarns. Gossamer Vests sad iu Tarieties Novelty and staple. Ginghams The printings on Ginghams are rcof(nizd by all connoisseurs as the highest art in textile Dress Goods. Swlel Silk Ginghams, Pin Head and Shepherd's Checks. Solid oulors in fancy shades, stripes and plaids, in wonderful varieties. Hosiery In these days of improvement and perfection we should follow the times. The "lut sl" costs no more than the time worn. Kusset colors and tans, drop slitoh, lisle thread, black staples. All the improve ments iu soloing and heeling. Corset Department Contains a complete assortment of all the leading makes, including all the grades of ventilated and summer weight Corsets at selling prices. Laces For trimming, for draperies, and for all usfs this lovely fabrio can Le pnt to, we have in abundance. Things That are seldom written about, bnt needed just the same. We pay just os tnnch attention to buying them right as we do expensive goods. Silk Twist, S wing Silk, Embroid ered Silk. Batting Cotton, Cotton, Linen Thread, Bone Casing, Belting, Skirt Braid, Velveteen Binding, Prus sian Biudini;, Tuflotu Binding, Darn ing Wool, Darning Cotton, Carpet Thread, Mucrame Cord, Corset Laces. Silk Corset Laces, Shoe Laces. Covered Driss Slays, Horn Bone, CorBet Steels. Grart'T Elastic, Silk Elactic, Hooks and Eyes. Indf a Tape, rolls of Tape, Pins, Hat Pins, Blnck Pins, Kid Crimp ers, Montague Curlers, Silk Tassels, Needle Cas'S, Shoe Buttons, Bone Buttons, Cullnr Buttons. If you wish to be well and fash ionably dressed T1IA.DE AT OUR STORE. If you wish to save money, conn; to us first. GORMAN'S PECKVILLE. Thomas Warne spi?nt the Fourth wltb relatives at Nuuticoke. John D. Peck, whoresigned the posi tion some time ugo as foreman of the Peck Lumber company, bas again ac cepted the position. . Mrs. A. A. Hedilen, of Carbon dale, is visitiug her daughter, Mrs. George Cool. Mrs. O car Dsminlng is visiting will) relatives at Forest City. Gorge Newtou, a curpnter em ployed by the Peck Lumber company, rectflvad a severe Injury last Mouday by getting his riirht hand caught in the rolls of th ptauing machine. Bertie Hughes, a b-y of 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. John i Hushes, of Miiu I'treot, w,m ht-verely burned about the Imi-ds, (ace an I bo:ly about 4 o'clock yfcBturduy morniug with black powder. While be and several companions wore celebrating the Fourth, an oyster cm f nil of powder cangbt fire and ex ploded The Mount Jessnp Coal cmp iny at Wluton gave their employes a Fourth of July celebration yesterday. Mrs. F. P. Doty and two children arc visiting at VVaverly, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. E T. Harding returned yesterday nfter visiting with friends at bouth Gibson. IIONESDALE. St, Francis' Pioneer corpJ picnic at B.dlevue park was largely attended. Tue corps made a fine uppearance in their parade in the morning. The An cient Order of Hibernians and St. Jo seph's society also paraded with them. The races at the fair gronnils were at tended by about 700 people, and were close and exciting throughout. Today there will be another interesting pro gramme. The Nightingales, of Carbondale, agreed to ulay the regular Honesdale Bhss Ball club in the morning, bnt they failed to appear. Instead the home team played a picked club and overwhelmingly defeated it. The Houtisdale club, having another game ticbeduled, refused to play the Nijht- initaies in me arternoon. The Hones dale el lib easily defeated tbe Beech Luke clnb by a score of 19 to 8. Bewahb ok Frauds. Be sore yon get Vm funnhia llr Thmti.J n ..in fill 1 cures culds, rough, nxtlimu, deafness and ruuuumti.m. keystone' academy. L. L. Bowor,cln88 of '01, who has been visiting bis inuny friends in town, bas tiow gone to 'Jliffard to visit Fred Finn, elate of '93 The Fourth of Jnly celebration, un der the auspices of the Women' Chris tian Temperance union, was held on the aoademy grounds. Dinner was served in the academy dining room, and the literary exercises, consisting of speecnes ny Mrs. AiinaOel Jtlawlby and others were held in the grove. Professor and Mrs. Loomis were in Scranton Monday. Professors Fassett and Whltford. with their families, spent Tuesday at littae winoiu. Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised drngglst to sen lit. mug's iNow Discovery for Uon amutlon, Coughs and Colds, npon this condition. If you are afflicted with a Cough. Cold, or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as di rected, giving it a fair trial, and experience no oeneni, you may return tne Dottle ana have yonr money ref uuded. We could not make this oner did we not know that Dr, King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at Matthew Bros', drug store. Large size cue ana i. GRAND DEPOT CAKBONDALE. The glorious Fonrlh wu mh-red in in the usual manuer by the firlug of cannon from the turroundiog bills. Thus far no serious accidents have occurred, except a few burned fingers w.ilch tbe small boys received while shooting firecrackers. The day iu the eity was quietly spent. The usual quantity or bunting and fUgs were floating to the breeze, making the town Ionic very patriotic. Uue or tne main features ot yesterday was tbe Delaware and Hudson excur sion to Farview. It was one of Far- view's greatest days. The first trains in the morning started over the moun tain with ploasure seekers by tbe hundreds, the greater portion of tbe crowd went up on tbe 1 30 p. iu. train. Bauer's celebrated baud of Scranton furnished music on the occasion. This bund always proves to be a great draw- ng card. Upon arriving ia this city they got oil at tlio Seventh avenue station, and paraded Main street, rendering some very sweet selections. losterday morning at On clock oc curred the 11 ig presentation by tli-i Cottage Hose company to school No 5. The occasion was among die important events of the day. The Columbia Hose company und the Mitchell Hose com pany headed by the Meruiauia band assisted. On Tuesday evening was h?M a very pleasant time at the Hotel Anthrucite. The occasion was tbe first annual din ner of tbe newly organized Lacka wanna club. Covers were laid for forty people, and the party sat down at o clock to partake o: the elaborate menu prepired by Tropriotor Fox W. baulor, jr., was toaetmaster of the evening, and the following toasts wore responded to: "Tho City," Mayor llondrick: "Lackawanna Club. Gortre Van Keurenj "The Press." W. M. La TliroDe: "The Ladies." Dr. S. S. Shields;, "Time." F. E. Burr; "Tbe Political Situation," It D. Stuart, Esq. A portion of the now hotel Ameri can has been finished. This portion was opened yesterday to the public. work on tbe remaining portion is being pushed rapidly, aud it is expected that the handsome hotel will be iu full readiness by July 15. Iuvitutions have been issued by Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Riehbieu, of V .mil ling, our neighboring borough, to tbe marriage of their daughter, Frdu Ar nold, to Henry Carter, of Vandliug. he ceremony will be performed on Tuesday evoning. July 10, at 8 o'clook, Rev. E. J. Biilsiey. rector of Trinity cl.urcn of this city, will officiate. Misses Alice Raauleigh, Minnie Bow- en aud Charlotte Giles spent yesterday in bcrantou. Ringling Brothers' world's greatest shows will exhibit in Carbondale for two performances on Friday, July 27 u l. bpencer and family occupied their now oottuge at Waymart yester day. A successful ice cream soeial was held last evening at theCongremtioiial church betweeu the hours of 0 and 10 o'clock. This morning at 9 o'clock occurs tbo sheriff sale of the stock ot goods of Miss Annie B. Thomas on Salem ave nue. A pleasant social event was held last night in the Lackawanna House on Belmont strsot. Musio was famished by Wagners' orchestra JEUMYN. Floyd Hunter is the proud owner of a new bicycle. Mr. and Mrs. George Belsh.of Hones- dale, were the guests of Mrs. Belsh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jay, sr., yesterday. lnu rourtn passed oil quietly, many going out of town. The lawn social and festival of the St. James church iu the evening was well uttended, judg ing by tbe number present. Tin re ceipts must have been satisfactory. C. u. Winter and son are recupera ting iu Suiiqiiebauna county. the Citizens band was in Union- dale yesterday furnishing music for the colebratiou held there. The annual excursion and picnic of the Methodist Sunday school to Far- view, July 18, will bo the next to leave here. E ich scholar and teacher will be given a ticket and it is hoped that all ciii so arrange thoir affiirs tliut it will be possible for every one to go. U.. or two other schools are consider ing tliH advisability of going on tho same day. llie ixcnrsiuns of thn school are k iown to be among the best. The amusement committee have al ready a number of applications fortima in which parties can occupy the bill Sold race track and no doubt the day will ba made pleasant to all. Tbe ride over the famous gravity Is well worth the small amount charged and those who are not members will be made just as welcome as those who are. Tbe colony on ihe hill near the M ly field depot, celebrated the Fourth yes terday After indulging freely in 'polinky"they got into a (ijht. During the fracas John Sbeminsky was badly nstd up. He went before Justice ot tbe Peace Sullivan and swore ont a warrant for the arrest of bis assailants. Dr. Shields attended to bis injuries. A. F. Gebbart and W. J. Baker were in Scranton yesterday viewing the race. Will Jenkins, of West Pittston, spent tbe Fourth with his parents here. OEYPIIANT. The pupils of St. Patrick's Parochial school gave a very creditable entertain ment Monday and Tuesday evenings at Keystone ball. Tbe hall was crowded both evenings and tho entertainment was one of the best ever given in this place. The picnio which lias leen the topic or conversation for some time was held yesterday by thi Aucient Order of Hibernians at Miles Grove. Judging from tbe crowd that was there, we can say that it was a grand success. Among those who attended the bicycle races at the Driving park yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hull, Hj. U. Hull, Thomas Evans, Leonard Knupp, Chas. Hathaway. Dr. Van Sickle,! Editor SchuDmebl and wife, Alfred Harris, Thomas and Cora Voyle. Mr. and Mrs. John Barrett were among tbe many who enjoyed Farriew yeateruay. GOING TO CARLSBAD isn't necessary now. Carlsbad is coming to you. At least, the health-giving part of it is. Take the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt (tho water evaporated and conecn trated). llest results obtained when out-door exercise can be had See that the signature of "Eis ner & Mendeisou Co., Sole Agents, New York, " is on evary bottle, That makes the genuine imported article the world's natural rem edy for gout, dyspepsia, bilious ness and stomach, liver and kid ney complaints. OBSEilGM GLORIOUSFOURTH Concluded from Page 5. A picnio followed the games. Hayes' orchestra furnished the music in the dancing pavillion. THE DAY AT SANDERSON PARK. T, V. Powderly Rj.d Declaration of In- dtpscdeno and Delivared an Oration. The congregation of St. Paul's par- ish.Green Ridge, celebrated the Fourth of July in most patriotio style. At 8 o'clock a mass was celebrated in the church by Rev. J. I. Dunn. After the Ceremony the children were arranged in line by the sisters aud a parade took place from the church nround the i-qwir and to Sanderson park, where tbo picnic of the parish was held. lue children presented a pleasing sight and each carried a smill Am -ri-caii 11 iif. At 10.30 Hon. T. V. Powder ly nrrivd in a carriage at the residence of Rev. P. J, McManus. The children were again aligned and Mr. Powdorly was escorted to the picnio ground. Arriving at the scsue of the pleasure the congregation took a position on the dancing pavilion and accompanied by tbe Citizen's bund, of Providence, con sisting of twenty pieces, "Hail Colum bia, and btar Spangled liauner were sung. Rov. P. J. McManus then introduced Mr. Powdorly with a few eloquent words. Mr. Powderly began by read ing tbe Declaration of Independence. Then he rocited Patrick Hiinry's fam ous speech, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death." After this he began bis oration which was an embodiment of patriotic elo quence. Ho quote 1 the deeds or tne Catholic generals and soldiers In the Civil war and arraigned unpatriotic societies that are claiming all tbe credit for tbe perpetuation of the Union. The. speaker's remarks occu pied nearly an hour and commanded the close attention of the congregation. During the day large crowds attended the pienic aud a pleasant time awaited them. The niculo netted St. Paul's parish a handsome sum. At 9:30 last night the contest among John Sweeney, Henry Urattan and Joseph Mahon for a boy's silver watch and chain was closed. John Sweeny won the contest. He had collected sflSO; H-nry Urattan came next wiiu $111) e., and .loaepti Mahon bud fit 80, making a total of 151 00. EISTEDDFOD AT THE LAKE. Thousands Lliton to EfTjrts of Societies and Sololite. The excursion and eisteddfod under the auspices of the congregation of St. Mary's church, of DunnioTe, to Lake Ariel yesterday Wis attended by thousands of people. In evry sense of the word success attended the occasion. Never before did the dells along Lake Ariel's shores resonnd with such charming music and song. The ei.teddfnd opened with the com petion for the $300 priz-t. R 'V. M. B. Donlan, curate of St. Mary's church was choiriuan, Judge II. M. Elward was conductor and Dr. Joseph Parry, of Wales, adjudicator. For the first prize two societies contested. The liyde Park society, aad tbe Philhar monic society. The piece sung was "Oh Father Whose Almighty Power," Tho honors were close, but the Choral society was awarded the prizt. Wil liam Evans und Edward C. Miller s ing tbe baritone solo, "Toreador Song," for which aprizi of $10 w.is off .-red. The prizi was gtven to Mr. Evans, The tenor solo, "How So F iir," was snug by John Jenkins, Edwarl Bjweu, Tnomis Williami, Thomas Boynoa and John Drnmiu. BOWES WON THE PU17.S. The prizi was won by Mr. Bowen. Tbe quartette prize for the glee, 'The Sea Has Its Pearls, was not sung be ciuse the competitors failed to appea'. The alto solo, "R;grt,'' was contested for bv Misses Minuio Perry Thorn is, Elsie Powell, Kate Saul and Sadie Doughorty. Tiio young ladies were well in 'i l c ho. i and it was decided to divide too prizj between Mimes Powell und Doughertv. The soprano solo "Longing" was sung by Mrs. Divid Lewis, of Provi dence, aud Mis Lomto Jennings, of the West Side. Tue former won the prize. In bestowing tbe prizt t i Mrs. Lewis, Dr. Parry highly complimented tbe winner on ber sweet voice. The num ber which gave the greatest pleasure to the assemblage was tbe singing of the grand tua.e chorus, "Comrades iu Arras. The contestants were the Druid Glee club, Lewis Watcyus, leud-rj the Cou tino'ntal Glee society. Thomas Wil liams, leader, and the Doctor Mason Choral society. T. C. L;wis, leader. The Drnids carried off the prizs. The excuisionists left the lake at 0 o'clock and bore away with them pleasant momories of tbe day. Rev, Gerald McMurray, pastor of St, Mary's church, can rest cou tu lite J with his la bors in arranging the grand event wnich ended so successfully. The ex cursion netted the church a magnifi cent sum. llotiRf-linlri Notes. With tlio exception (if tho new tnhlo waro in nilvcr gilt, thcru socm to ho fow cbiingcrt in silvor. Tho "clover" tiMicloth in a chnrniing bit of tttblo fnruihhing. Tlio linen (doth exhibits a hemstitched border, thn field flowers s?uttorw ncroMS th ) wiowybnck ground boing worked in tender piuk and green, Willi spuKO foliage. In place of the clumsy feather duster, try, whnn dusting carvod furnituro, a painter's brush having moderately stiff bristles. In caring for a pinn'o, nothing is so useful ns a good Holt chuinoia The new orange cups huvo nppnared in various fnrniH. Thu original variety lind a circular rim with prongs that held the ornngo in place Another variety hits silver Kprare at each sido that pierco tho fruit Still another lion a set of tur bine wheel forms in tlio bottom, with which tho orango is screwed and held fast Ono of tho bent remedies for a burn is limewuter and sweet oil, mixed in equal quantities. When Baby was sick, we garo her Castorta. When alio was a Child, she cried for Castorta. When alio became Miss, she clung to Castorta, When she had Children, she gave tuem Custorla, AN OLD TIME CHAIJt. IT IS DESIGNED TO FILL AN EMPTY CORNER. This Sightly and Very Comfortable Rcitlnff Place May 3o Made at Borne A Square lloz Supplies the Framework of the Seat. Inexpensive and Pretty. A tlnvn pnrncrpA rliilr thfifc Inst fitfl into an cy.ipty corner, converting tho rnmo into tho coziest of corners, was not lonir sinco illustrated and described by Country Gcmtloman as follows: Tbo scat is simply a squaro box, from three enrnora nf wlilnb viM snrmortfl. which curve, slightly backward from tho milt. V TITE CORNER CHAIR COMPLETED. mat up. The top of the scat may be solidly boarded ovor, or may havo strips of upholHtorer's webbing stretched across it from side to sulo. Tho latter mothod of coui'BO gives a moro comfort able seat, bnt when tlio wobbing stretches tho Eeat is inclined to sag in tho center. In cither caso spiral springs are firmly fastened to tho webbing or to tho boards, quite near togothor, and over those tpringn, whioh can bo had at any furniture ntore, a firm pieoo of bag ging or ticking is to bo stretched. On this is placed a layer of curled hair, ex celsior or cotton, according as ono may decido to uso tho ono or another, and over this is placed thn cover. Tho two backs ncod not contain tho springe, but may bo stuffed first with hay or excel sior and then with a layer of-some softer material. The bagging or ticking FRAME OF CORNER CHAIR. should also bo stretched over tho backs. Tho sides of tho seat aro not padded, bnt havo the cover drawn moderately tight, with a puffed panel of tho samo cloth inserted in tho center of eachsido. A firm cloth of a fast color should bo selected for tho cover. Tlio whole chair can very readily bo made at homo. About I'lnyliifr the Lesson Ovor. Many to.ichera just play tho lesson over for tho pupil and then say, liko Bach, "It must sound liko this." This is sufficient for advanced pupils only, for all others much moro instruction is necessary viz, what to do in order that it may "sound liko this." Neither is it always necessary to play tho whole, perhaps very lengthy, piece over for the pupil. A few single isolated passages aro often sufficient tu pavo tho way for a thorough understanding. Sometimes, when wo havo a strango pieco rather difficult to understand for example, the first pieces of Bach, Schu mann or Chopin it is necessary to play tho wholu pieco over -before tho pupil begins to practice on it At other times, however, it is a good plan to let tho pu pil work his way alone, a little way per haps, in the interpretation and manner of execution of a new piece, and after ward give him tho necessary directions, or perhaps practical help by playing it all over for him. It is ulso a good idea to allow ad vanced pupils to take up a piece and work it up entirely to the best of their ability until they play it correctly, in their own estimation, or till they do not see anything moro in it Thou let tho teacher's judgment and experience exert thoir influenco upon tho work. During the first year the toacher should play nearly everything ovor repeatedly, says a correspondent of Tho Etude, authority for tho forpg'jing. Cncnanut Caramels. Put 3 pounds of granulated sugar with a (ablcspuonful of butter, a enp of milk and 2 teaspoonfuls of extract of lemon in a kettle. Set over tho fire nnd stir until dissolved; add a grated cocoa- nut, boil until stiff, pour into buttered tins, let stand a few minutes, murk off into tiny squares, let cool and brcal apart For a variety tho cocoanut may bo omitted and the caramels flavored with vanilla, lemon or pineapple.' All caramels aro better when freshly made. I'atuhwork Design. Tlio following was originally contrib uted to Farm, Field and Firesido: Cut tlio hexagons and diamonds from, thin cardboard or stiff paper 'and cover ono PATCHWORK FOR A SLUMBER QUILT. sido with the material to lie usod, bast ing it carofully iu place. Sow togothoi as in the pattern, using the ovor and ovor stitch. Three diamonds, when sowed togeth er, should form a hexagon exactly the same size as tho plain hexagons, and If diamonds are formed into hexagons be fore they aro sewed to tho plain hexa gons there will bo no difficulty when putting in placo, , - ...r- , :kv-'- -rJ. s . A PRETTY HAT. It Is Mailo of Klni-k Lneo Shirred on Wires mid fcilK(d Willi J t. SomcNxlV bus l.-lU-lv riilfu-d his vnlnn fni- tho purpose of disillusioning ua and du etrovllV'f tho uoetieul nsxixdHMiina of nnr lints. Ho says that neauulilnn braidthat lino, laey material, niudo of bormdiulr Is not Neapolitan at all, butwus Invented by a man In New York who gnve it that namo Ucnuso ho could not think of any thing else to call It. Ho goodliy to all dreams of Vesuvius and tho lmv ,f Vnia In connection with our bnnnots. Thus nro most or our idols imd itl) Is shuttered. Wo dross our solnd with olive oil, numl nullv the nriidiiet of siinnv 'I' to discover later that it is made from tho douiestio peanut. Wo cut Mediterranean BLACK LACE HAT, sardines, asoert.iining by nnd by that tboy were caught oil thu ooast of Maine. Our Brio cheese Is made in Orange county; our French wines eomo from California; our Spaghetti never eiuno neur saltwater until It was cooked. Slneo, as it nppears, wo must use our own product, why nut an nounce to the world in general that wo really aro Htiflloient to ourselves und hon estly cull American goods by American names, thus avoiding tlio puymuiit of duty on imported titlesf Blnck hats, ucupolitan and others, aro much worn this year and aro often pro fusely trimmed with ostrich plumes, which arc niiln In full vogue. They are u per ishable sort of decoration, ulthongh very beautiful, for tho least dampness In thu air destroys the lovely curl that Is their chief charm and maku them stiff and llat, and recurllng never restores them to their prlstlno bcuuly. Tho spangled plumes aro especially sensitive to moisture, their frost vanishing before a fog us until ml frost does before tho sun. Moire ribbon shows no doclino of popu larity ns n trimming for hat und bonnets. It combines well with Jot and spangles nnd bus -the glitter which is this season conceived necessary tun lushioimbleefTect. Yellow und black is a popular combina tion, and a very pretty gold colored straw braid has lieen brought out, wide and glossy, but light. It is fragile iu spite of its course weave and will not bear rough usago. A sketch Is given of a largo round hat niado of black laco shirred on wires. It is edged with jet spangles and trimmed with chuntilly laco which forms two largo Wings In front. These servo as a back ground to two Jet wings fastened together In tho middle by a knot of ribbon from -which springs a jet aigret. JUDIC ClIOLLET. How to Wash Kmhrolderles. There is only ono way to wash em broidered linens. A suds of warm bnt not hot water and castilo aoap should bo mado. Tlio pieco should be rubbed with tho hands, but never on the board. Nei ther should soap bo rubbed on it When it has been well washed in tho suds, it should bo thrown into clear water of tho samo temperature, well washed in that and then rinsed in cold water. It should not bo nllowed to lio in nny water for a minute longer than necessary. It should bo dried indoors, ns sun and air fade tho silks. When it has been thor oughly dried, it should bo spread face downward on a pieco of soft whito flan nel, damped with a sponge and ironed with a hot iron until perfectly dry. A Stationery Back. A neat receptacle for letter paper and envelopes is illustrated in Tho Delinea tor. It is mado of fancy woed painted with whito English eunmel, after which the decoration of rococo work, cut from yellow kid, is securely glujd ou the A RACK FOR STATIONERY. front and sides. Tho ornamentation in front is a pretty view of land nnd wa tor, which the amateur wiolder of tho brush will be able to satisfactorily re produce, whilo at tho sides the simpler decoration is cut from kid and daintily tinted in two tones. Threo partitions divide the rack suitable for tho envel opes nnd paper. OOD'S Snrsaparilla Is carefully prepared by experienced pharmacists from Sarsa parilla, Dandelion, Man drake, Dock.Pipsisscwa, Juniper Berries, and other well known vogelable remedies. The Combination, Pro portion and Process are Peculiar to Hood's Sardapiirilla, giving it strength an.l curative power Peculiar to Itself, not pos sessed by other medicines. Hood's arsaparilla lures Scrofula, Salt liheiim, Sores, Boils, Pimples and all other affections caused by Impure blood; Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Debility, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver Com plaints. It is Not What we Say, but what Hood's Sarsapariila Does, that Tells tbe Story Hood's Sorsaparilla URES Hood's Pills ore gentle, mild and cflectlva Lost Manhood and vtiror qnlrkly pialarea.vftrK'octtio, tilirhtlr emUnloni, Hindoo Rsniedjr. WlthwrlllMiunaMloiars, Boldte It A HO. tho trrcil Wi V ' Kv't'' 5 ThF fair 400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE. SALE THIS WEEK ONLY. 1,200 ' ni i h J 0) EGYPTIAN R 1 SALE 2 for 25a Remember, The Fair THE LEADERS IN LOW PRICES, .UI(lS9!U2!UlllIliilli:niBfl!li:iHISIIIUigi(IIIIS)l!llllllHIIIlllKJIfiiIIIIlUlEEl For a Few Days Only FORMER PRICE. NOW. 100 Smyrna Rugs, best quality, 30x60 inches, $4.00 $2.00 50 Smyrna Mats, best quality, 16x34 inches, .75 150 Moquette Mats,best quality, 18x36 inches, 1.25 50 Moquette Mats,feiniyy;aa,!0d 18x36 inches, 25 Ingrain Rugs, fringed, 75 India Rugs, fringed, 48 Kasmcr Rugs m' Unsurpasiod for wuar, SO 2x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain, 3x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain, 3x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain, 2x3 yards, all-wool, - 3x3 yards, " - - - 3x3K yards, " - 3x4 yards, " - 406 and 408 10W that the tima ofth9 s aason is a J past (when wa are rushed for Baby Carriages and Refrigerators) we don't care to see the demand dim inish, so we have made the prices SO TEMPTING that even at this late day Baby Carriages and Refriger ators will roll from our floors with the same rapidity as of yore. You don't need much money. Why? Firstly, we cut the prices in half and will sell them at the remaining half; and secondly, you can pay $2.00 per month or 50 cents per week, with a small cash deposit. "Put money in thy purse and hither wend thy way." ECONOMY'S Odds and End and Bemnant Sale i B e gi n s M o n d ay, J u ly 9 DOZEN (0 r in H H I Fl TI 5 i in . s MDDeu wests THREAD ue 25c. .50 .93 .70 .90 LIO 3.00- 36x72 inches, 27x60 inches, 1.25 1.&0 5.00 30x60 inches, RES $6.00 $4.25 7.20 5.00 8.40 6.00 - 6,75 4.75 - 8.10 6.00- - 9.45 7.00-. - 10.80 8.00' :cki Lacka. Avenue.