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THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY C, 1894.
"pHE dreaded pnoumouia or
' "grippe" ia relocated to the
rear, and "Old Sol'.' with his pen
etrating rays is a constant re
minder that we are candidates for
Exceptional values ia tbii depart
ment. Goods wi-r bought at clear
log niui)ufaotnrtrs' pricos.
Lisle Tiirend Vests in white, ecru
Had color. Bslbriirgon Vests,
, Fashionable Ribbed Vests, Finest
Egyptinn Yarus. Gossstnur Vests
aui In varieties Novelty and
The printings on Ginghams are
' recognized by all connoisseurs as
the highest art In textile Dress
Ooods. Swivel Silk Ginghams, Pin
Head and Shepherd's Check. Solid
colors in fancy shades, stripes and
plaids, in wonderful varieties.
In thesodays of improvement and
perfection we should follow the
times. The "hit si" costs no more
than the time worn. Russet eolors
and tans, drop stitob, IMo thread,
black staple. All the improve
ments in soleing and heeling.
Contains a complete assortment of
all the leadiug makes, including
all the grades of ventilated and
snmmer weight Corsets at Belling
For trimmings, for draperies, and
for all nses this lovely fabric can
be pnt to, we have in abundance.
That nr sulrlnm written ahont.bnt
. needed just the tame We pay
just as much attention to buying
them right as we do expensive
Silk Twist, Swing Silk, Embroid
ered Silk, Batting Cotton, Cotton,
Linen Thread, Bone Casing, Belting,
Skirt Brnid. Velveteen Binding, Prus
sian Binding, Taffeta Binding, Darn
ing Wool, Darning Cotton, Carpet
Thread, Macrame Cord, Corset Laces.
Silk Corset Laces, Shoe Laces, Covered
Dress Stays, Horn Bone, Corset Steels.
Garter Elastic, Silk Elastic, Hooks
and Eyes, India Tape, rolls of Tape,
Pins, Hat Pins, Black Pins, Kid Crimp
ers, Montague Curlers, Silk Tassels,
Needle Cases, Shoe Buttons, Bone
Buttons. Collar Buttons.
If yon wish to be well and fash
ionably dreesed TRADE AT OUR
STORE. If you wish to save
money, come to us first.
A refined schcol homo. Prepares for the
TUorouL'ii conrs s In Music and Art.
Teachers' Ua.-w given beat preparation for
Commercial Course Includes Typewriting
nuu nuui buuim.
Posi-ioii8 secured for Graduates,
fcend for new illustrated circular.
V. M, LOOMIS, A.M., Principal.
CAN BON DALE.
The game of base ball on the Fourth
betweeu the Nightingales of this city
and a Jrlonesdale clnb resulted In a vic
tory for Carbondale; score. 17 to 4.
The directors of the Sptrl Heater
company yesterdav morning awarded
the contract for the erection of their
new shop to T. C Robinson. The
building will be 39x59 feet on the
ground, twoitories in beight and con
structed of brick with Blate covered
roof. The trimmings will be of blue
stone, rock faced, and the building will
be finished in sixty days.
Considerable excitement was witness
ed on Main street yesterday afternoon
by a horse attached to a pair of thills
duelling np tlie sidewalk. Ine animal
was caught in front of the Hotel
American and no serious damage was
Dr. Charles Burr and wife left yes
terday for an extended visit with re
latives in Oneonta and Bingamton.
Mrs. Edward Lewsley and son,
Harold, spnt Wednesday with friends
in Forest City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sniffer, of Pitts
tou. pp;nt the Fourth as the gnests of
Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Fanderford, of
B. J. Maxie, of Forest City, was a
Carbondale visitor yesterday.
Mies Minnie Cowles is tus guest of
Miss Cora Bunnell, of Honesdale.
The Scranton Bedding company, and
Kerr & Slebecker, of Scranton, have
jointly leased the store in the W. W.
Watt building, recently oconpied by
the New York store. The above par-
tits will take possession of the place
eHrly next week. The business will be
conducted under the management of
Albert w. Kerr, son of S. U. Kerr.
Picnics are ripening fast here. Fonr
have appeared in the last two days.
Dr. J. A. Burlington has returned
from Mew York.
William Laird, who has been suffer
ing the pint few days with a hemor
rhage of tho lungc.is improving slightly.
U, A. Dilln, the popular undertaker.
offers to contribute $23 for the new
nave in rittiton.
J. P. Richards has returned from
Laceyville, where he has been visiting
tlie numerous nag quarries located
there. Mr. Richards hasrecenty opened
a quarry on bis farm at Ransom, and
is said to be one of the finest in the
A number of onr wheelmen attended
the bicycle races at Scranton vaster
Edsall & Clanson, the cash grocers,
purcnasea a handsome Day horse yes
terday and now drive one of the finest
store teams in town.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
In their worst forms are cured by the
tse of f. f. f. u you are debilitated and
run down, or if you need a tonio to regain
nrsn ana lost appetite, strengen ana vigor,
take P. P. P., and von will be strong and
healthy, For shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Boot and Potassium) is the kins of all
medicines. P. p. P. Is the greatest blood
puriner in ine world. or sale ny an
drtimriala. . .
Highest of all in Leavening Powec
The liicnic. which was held on the
Fourth bv the Catholio societies of this
place, was a grand success financially
and socially. The different societies
were aBtir early at their halls making
arrangements for the parade, which
tnoa place shortly after 0 olclock. All
societies met at tbt Catholio church
and formed for the 1") 'f march,
which was follows: North on Delaware
street to bead of Clifford breaker;
countermarch to Dundaif street; east
on Dundiiflf to Main; north on
Main street to Clifford truatling;
countermarch on Main stroet
to Hillside railway crossing; noftb
on Muiu to Center street, and east on
Center street to the picnic grouuds
across the Lackawanna. The different
socies paraded in the following order:
Rev. Father Coroner in carriage. For
est Citv Cornet baud, Chief Marshal
Jumes "White, Aids J. F. Gallagher
and J. J. Walker, Marshal Michael
Welsh, representing Division No. 1,
Ancient Order of Hibernians; Knights
of Father Matthew, St. Giorge's soci
ety, Lithuanian; the Saored Heart soci
ety, Polish; Society of St. Anthony
Lithunniau, Catholic Mutual Dement as
sociation, drilled boys, rather
Matthew cadets, Sunday school,
Liberty Fife and Drum corp, ot
Forest City, society of St. Michael,
Slavesh, division I, A. O. II,, St, John's
Greek society, Vundling baud, citizens
of Forest City. When the picnickers
reached the grounds everything was in
condition for a day of pleasantness, and
such was had. Between six and seven
hnudred took part in the parade, it
being one of the largest, if not the
largest ever hold in this borongb. Aug-
iut Marshall won the $00 gold prize.
All members of the ujanl ot trade
and citizens that are interested in the
prosperity nud development of Forest
City, and also their own bnjinesj in
terests, are requested to be present at
the meeting this evening, as constitu
tion and by-laws will be adopted and
several committees appointed.
Miss Annie Dorttn, of basqnehanna.
teacher-elect of one of the departments
of the Forest City kchool, is visiting at
the home of F. Cnnnuicham, sr.
The fire works that W. T. D.ivios had
displayed In front of bis business place
became ignited Wednesday uiornlog
by same boy throwing a lighted fire
cracker ou the stand. Considerable ex
citement was prevalent for a short
time, and it looked very much as if we
would have a oonfljgnition, but this
was averted by throwing part of the
stand into the street. The Enterprise
Hose company and the Hillside tire de
Dartment were on the scene in a few
seconds, but their services 'were not
needed, i ne loss was auout f,t. uamer
a quick sale for Mr. Davies.
After the third sitting of tho checker
contest, Tuesday afternoon, between
Carrnichael, or bcranton, and Lewla, or
Thompson, was over, fifteen fames had
been played, of which eight were
draws, two were won by Lewis and
five by Carmiohael, thus the Scranton
"(jeueral waa tbrea games aneau or
Lewis. The evening sitting was to
have begun at 7 o'clock, but Lewis, who
had not been feeling well since the
game started,, could not play npon the
advice of a doctor. Wednesday morn
ing at 8 o'clock Lt wis was not in con
dition to play aud gave np the contest.
The purse was awarded to Carmiehael.
Thomas E. Reynolds, of Scranton,
visited his brother, W. G. Reynolds, in
his place yesterday
That TnE Tribune is d iily taking
on a great boom in this place is evi
denced by the eagerness with which It
has been sought for during the past
few days. The people realizing from
the special articles which have ap
peared within its pages during the past
few weeks that In The Tribune tuey
have a friend which can neither be
bluffed nor subsidized by any individ
ual olintie or combination.
The firm of E. Robinson & Sons, of
Scranton, closed Arnold Henricli s
place of business Tuosday evening on a
gheriflV sale writ The sale is an
nounced to take place July 10.
The Fourth passed off quietly in this
place without any incident to speak of.
The picnic of St. John's church con
gregation at Oregon park was largely
attended, and a neat stun will De real
izd. In the morning the flag raising
exercises at the German Catholic school
were carried out according to the pub
lished programme, in the presence of a
large concourse or people. r. A.
O'Bovle. Eiq., delivered an address in
commemoration of the event, that
called forth many expressions for its
eloquence. Rev. rather Christ, ol
Soranton, addressed the assemblage in
German and undoubtedly greatly
pleased hid auditors. The flag raisin
was performed by committee of the
Grand Army of the Republic society.
The fire department was called out
on the Fourth to extinguish two fires
The first alarm was sounded about 12
o'olock from box 43, corner of Butler
and Main streets, aud the second alarm
from box C2. corner of Main and Rail
road streets. The first fire was found
to be in the frame building occupied
by H. Sullivan, as a cobbler shop, and
which Is located on the westerly side
of Main street, opposite the Sinclair
House. The fire was found to be in the
basement. It was extinguished with
few buckots of water. It ia supposod
to have originated from a fire cracker
or matoh carelessly dropped by some
boys. Attending the excitement caused
by the blaze the awning in front of
Campbell s dry goods store ignited from
a similar eanse and was totally destroy
ed. The seoond alarm was dne to the
dancing platform being discovered on
fire, during the progress of the picnic
in Uregon grove. The blaze, aunongn
slight, consumed three of the planks of
Bewaiii of Frauds. Be snre you got
iha irunninu llr TIimiiuJ ItVlufltrin fill If
cores colds, cough, asthma, deafness and
When Baby was sick, we gavo her Castor!.
When alio was a Child, die Cried for Castorla,
Whon she became Mm, die clung to Castorla.
When she had Children, she gave them Coatorla,
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Stephen Connors, a former resident
of this place, but now of Batte City,
Montana, is visiliug at the residence
of John Wallace,
The game of base ball that took
place at Greeuwood, on July 4, be
tween the Ulues anil the Siz.tr, result
ed in a victory for the latter by a acore
of 7 to 3
T, J, Murray visited Plttston on the
Fourth and took part in the sweepstake
shooting match at that place. Ho suc
ceeded in gaining 71 points out of 70
on clay birds, and won 0 first prizes and
1 second prize out of 7 different suites.
J. A. Malouuy, of New York
City, is visiting Owen Connelly, on
The Greenwood Society people hold a
basket picnic at the plaza, in Green
wood, on the Fourth, which was greatly
enjoyed by all. Numorous athletic
sports were indulged in. The rope
jumping feature for the ladies was led
by Mrs. William Hollenback. The 100
yard bag race between Joe Dond aud
William Diakiu was won by Doud, who
succeeded In covering the space in the
remarkable time of 1.1 seconds. Georgo
is a good sprinter and possesses two
silver lued-.l-. ine wrestling match
between Dive J, Loveriug aud Roland
Davis proved a very Interesting feature.
It was very bard to ascertain tho supe
riority of either. Doth are members of
the Olympio Athlotio club, of Green
wood. T. W. Coolbaugh performed dif
ficult feats on the horizontal bar with a
cleverness that surprised the spectators.
The base ball game was played after
the rest of the sports. It was between
the Married Men and the Young Bays,
and proved to be a vory exciting con
test. Ellas Davis, catcher tor the Men,
played without an error. John Lov
eriug pitched for tho men, but proved
an easy mark for the Bovs, his curves
being too slow. G. X. Uivis am some
good work on first base for the Men.
In the seventh inning he received a
slight injury to bis finger by being
struck wuh the ball.
The mist remarkable feature of the
itanie was the heavy batting of 0. M.
Uobbs. I be game resulted in a vic
tory for the Boys by a sacra of 2d to U.
The score by innings is as follows:
Bovs 4 8 2 3 6 1 2 0 2-23
Men 0 0820081 0
Jerry Ci'Ugblin, of Davis street.
who whs suustruck ia the bcranton
steel mill last Saturday, lies in a very
low condition and is not expected to
The ever glorious was very quiet in
our borough except early in the morn
iug, when the Mayfield band wa out
bright and early (about 4 31) a. m.)
aroiuing ritiz us from their slumber
with some Uiie selections. Most of our
citizens left town during the day, go
iog to some oue ot the many places
which offered special attractions.
Among those who went to Farview
were Ed Burke, M. Walsh. John and
William Friend, John Bergan. R
Lilly, Tom McLaughlin aud James
Callahan. S me of thoee who went to
Scranton to see onr club do up Hazle
ton or to see the wheelmen race were
Charles Hoyt, Christopher and Loo
Dtinleavy, P. Dorian, Patrick Mullen
and P. McCarty, All came home well
pleased With the (lav 8 outing.
P. F. Kilker manipulated the key at
tbe Delaware and Hudson station at
Jerinyn Wednesday for W. It. Dodson,
the gentlem-tniy agent, who speut the
afternoon at Farview.
Frank Smith aud m-ither are dpenJ
iug a few daya at Foster, Pa.
Mark Givnnell, of Rochester Junc
tion, formerly Delaware aud Lioka-
wanna station agent at this place, is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Guy MacCon-
nell, of Main street, aud renewing old
Those young gentlemen who are o
desirous of reudinir tlie news, th it they
abstract the papers from under tbe
door at the station while the 'agent is
at breakfast, had better bny their
papers from tbe news boy aud thus
save themselves trouuie.
Mrs. David Mendelson, of Mill
street, was in the "Electric City" yes
terday. Mrs. Ray Latz, ofN-vv Y,ik City,
is visiting her sister, Mr J. Divid Men
U. J, DeGraw and Fred Stepheus
took a trip awheel, to Clifford, tho first
of (he week.
Mr. and Mr. William Maynard, of
Nanticoke, are visiting friends here.
Lineman O'Boyle, of the Postal Tele
graph c( mp-iny, took the wires off the
loop poles bere yestrday.
While Scranton, Farview and numer
ous other places were blessed with rain
Wednesday only a few drops tell bere,
not euouu'li to lay the dust.
Part of the stores in town closed last
evening at 7 o'clock and will continue
to do so until Sept. 1.
Mrs. W. C. Nicholson is ill nt her
home on Main street.
Johnnie JiiVans, ot Third street, was
seviously injured at a late hour Wed
nesday. lie, in company with Willie
Jenkins, was firing giant crackers
He covered one with dust and lit the
fuse, as it did not go off as soon as ex
pected Johnnie went to relight it.
Just as be stooped down it exploded
burning him about the face and body.
His shirt was burnod off. Physician!
were hastily summoned aud he ia now
Owing to the forest fires the crop of
hncklcberries ia very small ia tbii
Mrs, William Austin and children
are visitiug friends in Carbondale.
Chaunoey Oiterhont is visiting
friends in Athens, N. Y.
Fred Herrlck. of Binghamton, a for
mer resident of this plao, spmt the
izlorions Fourth with friends bere.
C. J. Langley called en Susquehanna
Brnce Ross and family are damping
at Three Lakes.
The Fourth Went off very quietly in
A game ot base ball was played be'
tween tbe Hallstead team and the
Great Bend team. Tbe score was 23
to 12 in Great Bend's favor. A nam
her of tbe players of the Hallstead
team were abssnt, as they went with
ie band lo New Jrv. The n-xt
Xm. of ball to W played between these
w teuiiH will lie a little illll rent
lliitu Wcdueailay'a pune. as wheu all
tne piayere lu the tenin in tuts place
will be present, no other team in the
country can beat them.
We are still "onward and upward"
in the way of improvements. A fine
nriuK Dioutt is soon to be ereoted on
Franklin street, work having begnn
yesterday. It is to be an elegant U
story building with all the modern
conveniences Th fir it floors are to
ho fitted for Btores and banking busi
ness ; the others are to be for a publio
hall or lodge room aud for living
Our band is becominir famous. They
furnished music for the celebration at
Hackettstown, N. J., Wednesday. They
report a pleasant time.
The glorious Fourth was nnostenta-
tiously observed on the West Side. No
publio demonstration of any kind
marked the day as being one of unusual
occurrence, have the igniting of fire
works an 1 the parade which took place
in the morninir. nothinirof importance
took plaee iu the way of celebration.
Many ot the residents witnessed the
local events, while others attended tbe
Caledonian games at Liurol Hill park,
and others the bicycle races, and others
enjoyed the dav at the various sur.
A large number of ladles of Aioosio
and Pittston enjoyed themselves at the
picnio held by Sc. Mary's congregation
at jacuson a park on the f ourth.
Miss Maine Gilhooley is spending a
few days with friende at Olvphant.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cambell. of
West Avooa. spent tbe Fourth at
Mise Gertrnde Kirk, of Mooslo. is
the guest of her cousin. Miss Maggie
Frew, on Pauker street, West Avoci.
Tl. f : w , i-i- i 3 k
j. no iuiKics Maggie, Bessie unci A jnes
Morton, of McAIniue street, were vis
aing friends in Scranton.
George Allan, of Dnnmore. spent tho
B'ourtb with friends in town.
Walter Anderson witnessed the dv
rade at Wilkes-Barre on the Fourth.
M. Ryan, who was severely hurt
while attending to his duties at Law's
shaft last wek, is slowly improving at
ma home in West Avoca.
M Howell and William English and
the Misses Mary McKonzie and Maggie
Liwlor. nil of Avooa. enjoyed them-
s lives at Harvey, 8 lake on the Fourth,
Mrs. Charles Alkman, of tbe West
Side, visited her parents at Miner's
Mills, ou Wednesday.
Mrs. Dr. B -rge, who has been visiting
her parents at Lake Winola, baa re
St. Mary congregation held a festi
val on the church lawn last evening. A
large crowd attended.
The sehool teacher were examined
yesterday by County Superintendent
T. B Harrison at No. 1 school.
The social held at the Methodist
Episcopal church was enjoyed by
Mrs. F. Plows, after a week's sick
ness, is able to be around.
Miss Virginia Donelson, of Shawnee,
is visiting Miss Lilian Race.
Miss May Brodhead, of Stroudsburg
State Normal school, is home on a vaca
tion. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Stewart have re
turned home from their wedding tonr.
lhe picnic held in Lackawana park,
under the auspices of General George
A Custer lodge, Kuights of Pythias,
was a grand success.
Supervisors Saal and Conway are do
ing good work on the roads,
Cbatmnn & Co. are building a dwell
ing house near their lumbar yard.
John S. Campbell, of Glen wood
lodge,t Knights of Pythini, was elected
repretentative to the G.and .olg't
held at York next month.
Contractor B. F. Doud is building
twelve cellar wulls near the Buck
church, for William Connell.
MINAHAN WANTED NECKTIES.
He Went Into the Bell Clothing- Hons
and Took Them.
Jt.nus Minahan was arrested by Of
ficer Mintzer yesterday at tbe instiga
tion of the proprietor of the Bill oloth
About 5 o'clock ia the afternoon
James walked into tbe store ostensibly
to buy goods, but when be got in be
thought it might perhaps be cheaper
to purloin a few articles, and accord
iugly slipned a half dozen choice neck
ties into his pocket, unnoticed, as he
Tbe proprietor, who happened to be
near, saw him, and accuse! him of the
theft. Minahan was quite indignant
that be should be nccused ot such an
act and resented it by striking at the
proprietor, who immediately sent for
Minahan Was very penitent when tbe
nmo.-r appeared and begged to be al
lowed to go home, but his pleadings
were vaiu. H was taken to the cen
tral station. His home is on MoobIc
street on the South Side.
LYNCH THE LUCKY MAN.
Won the Parlor Suit at Penn Clothing-
The aldewslk in front of the Penn
Clothing and Shoe House was crowded
with people last night at 8.30, eager to
see who would be the lucky person In
the drawing that was about to take
place, nt which a splendid parlor suit
wns chanced off.
The drawing took place in the right
front window." lieorge Keller, D. S,
Ryan, and James Column were the
judges. Miss Emma Bradley drew the
tickets until the twenty-fifth was
reached. That was decided to be tbe
winning tii'ket. It was No. 4239, and
was held by H. Lynob, of 1123 Vine
WYOMING MASSACRE ANNIVERSARY,
Commemoretid at Wyoming- by Lars
athring- of People.
The one hundred and sixteenth anni
versnry of the Wyoming massacre was
held Wednesday nt Wyoming, and in
retrospective the ro"uvrable and hor
rible slaughter was discussed and com
memorated by a large gathering.
The Scranton members of tue Wy
oming Monument association, are
Judge R, W. Archbald, Colonel and
Mrs. H. M. Boles. Colonel H. Rin-
rdo, W. R. Storr, Arthur 8torrs. T. O.
Von Storcb, W. A. Wilcox. Hon. L.
Contributions for St Luka's Home.
Since last report the following contribu
tions have been received for the support ot
8t. Luke's home: M. (1. H ft; M. M., 15:
Rev. Roger Israol.tIO; Mrs. B. H.Thruon,
150; total, (UO; previously acknowledged,
1:220.05: grand total, $280- 85. Further con
tributions are much needed and may be
sent to the rector of the parish or his as
sistant, or to A. D. Holland or William A.
Avery. - Applications for admissions to
the borne may be made to A. D. Holland,
500 Bpruce street; CI. B. Derman, 234
Franklin avenue; Mrs. O. L. Dickson, 523
Jefferson avenue; Miss Elizabeth Bhnrer,
728 Madison avenue, or Mrs, J. H. Phelps,
71S Linden street.
THE ELKS' GREAT IXCURSION
WUl Attraot Tb.ou..iJ. to Ltki Arlol
on July 11.
The attractions that ars already as
sured for tho excursion of tbe Soranton
lodge ot Elks to Lake Ariel next
Wednesday, July 11. ulve everv nroni-
!b of inviting thonsaads to spend a
day of delightful reoreation.
Ample accommodation will be made
for transportation. Trains will leave
at convenient Intervals for the lake.
The open air concert by Biuer's full
band, the carnival on the lake, and the
New England clam bako will he well
calculated to make it the effort of
pleasure seekers to attend, rrofessor
J. Frank Seigel will personally super
vise ine uanciug.
The committee of arrangements has
in view negotiations for further at
tractions. The athletic events which
will take place are: A tug of war be
tween teams selected from members of
the lodge; the exalted ruler and past
exalted ruler will respectively oaptain
the teams; a tnty yards fat man s race
limited to five contestants from the
members of the lodge; a wrestling
match between two prominent New
York wrestlers; a boys' foot race of five
entries, free for all, and a sack race of
five entries, free for all.
SERIOUS KINO OF SPORT.
Young- People Waylay and I-jare a Man
In Pn.vl'ltii 0 .
Plus Macavitz.of 1821 Bioom avenue,
while intoxioatud and returning home
through Market street at an early hour
yesterday morning was aecosted by a
party of young men and women, who,
n tbe sport asked Maoavitz for money.
In a melee which followed Maoavitz
was struck on the head with a stone.
Yesterday afternoon a rumor that tbe
man was dead was followed by tn in
vestigation by County Detective Shea.
The doteetive fouud Maoavitz walking
near bis home but quite badly hurt.
JNo arrests have been made yet.
WEDDING OF JERMYN COUPLE.
Mite liar; E Stevans and Henry Uar-
tyn Wtdded in This City.
Miss Mary E. Stevens and Henry
Martyn, of Jermyu, were married at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon in this city
by Rev. A. W. Cooper, their former
pastor. Tbe ceremony was performed
at the pastor's borne on tho West Side.
'lhe bride was attended by Miss Anna
Ellis aud tbe groom by Frederick
Stevens, a brother of tbe bride. Mr.
Martyn is organist at the Methodist
Episcopal ohurch of Jermyn, and both
bride and groom are well aud favor
ably known among a large circle of
PICNIC AT MOUNTAIN LAKE.
Etjiytd by St, Ccollla Graduates and
Tbe 1804 elaes ot graduates of St.
Cecilia's academy and tbeir friends
spent a very pleasant lime yesterday at
Mountain lake. A basket picnio waa
held at which delicious refreshments
were provided by Caterer Huntington.
Vooal and instrumental music made
the day pass quickly.
A few hours ot tbe aftenoon were
spent in boat riding on the lake. The
names of those In tbe party are: Missen
Tessie Cnsick, Mary Cnslck, Agnes
Callahan, Rose Campbell, Eleanor
Burke, Cecilia shroeder, Mary Dunn.
Anuie Colligan, Mame Grier, Teresa
Sweeney and Annie Bell, John Brown,
Anthony Duffey, Patrick Boland. Peter
F. Cusick, James Bell. John Lynott,
Leo Lynch, John J. Gordon, Will F.
Uradbury, Henry Hart and Philip
Maley, of Mahanoy City.
The picnickers returned home after
their days' pleasure at 8 o'clock last
Mr. A. J. Davenport
Caused large XlaiU on my fare and arrU,
I was told to tako Hood's Sarsaparllla faltliful-
ly, and after using 3 ""Vfl 4 rC
bottles was free from B U
foctly cured and la ex- rfi
ccllent health. A. J. Davenport, Milton, N. J.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetablo and da
not purge, pain or gripe. Try a box. 25c
MINING, BLASTING AND BPOHTINO
Manufactured at the Wnpwalloptm Mills, Lu
aurne county Pa ami at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank Bulldiu
TTTOH. FORD. Vlttnt.cn. P
JOHN B SMITH & SON: Plymouth. Ta,
tn, lit jr viiuivtA w uKPa-nnrrtt, ra.
AgetiU for the Kopauu Cuomiuui Com'
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. CKOFTJT Proprietor.
rilHIS HOUSE la strictly temperance, Is new
1 ard well furnished and OPKNKl) TO
ian ruDUlu itlfc irjA.It KUUINU; IS
located midway bjtwoeu Montrinenn t Scran
tpu, on Montrose and Lauuawami' liailroad,
six miles from D I,, & W. It It at Alford
Btatiou, and Ave in I let from Muntroto; o
paeity, elality- live; three minutes' walk f rom
K. ft. station.
GOOD BOAT), riUING T ICKLE, &c,
FKKE TO (It Kg 18.
Altitude about 8,000 foot, equalling In this
respect the Adirondack and (JattHlil Moun
Hue grove, plenty of shale and beautiful
sceuery, making a Sumratr Hesort unox
celled in beauty and die ipnusa
Dancing pavilion, a win, croquet gr onnds,
o. Cold Spring Water aud plonty ot Milk.
Kates, S)7 lo SUO per week. S)1.00 per
Excursion tickets sold at all stations onD.
L. & W. lines.
Porter meets all trams.
400 and 402 Lackawanna Avenue.
fE have just purchased for cash
at qoc. on the dollar 2,228 doz.
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, the entire
stock of an importing house retir
ing from business.
Sale Commences Saturday, Jnly 7
5c. Handerchiefs, sale at
10a Handkerchiefs, sale at
15c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
25c. Handkerchiefs, sato at
39c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
50c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
H id. J. Memd JL !lL JCL xL EL
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
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 .50
150 Moquette Mats,best quality, 18x36 inches, 1.25 .90
50 Moquette Mats.lrrT'1 18x36 inches, .70
25 Ingrain Rugs, fringed, 36x72 inches, t.25 .90
75 India Rugs, fringed, 27x60 inches, 1.50 L10
48 Kasmer Rugs, TT410' 30x60 inches, 5.00 3.00
2x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain,
3x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain,
3x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain,
23x3 yards, all-wool, -
3x3K yards, " -
406 and 408
IOW that the
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 "Put1 money in
thy purse and hither wend thy way."
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Odds and End and
Begins Monday, July 9
8.40 a 00
time of the season is
we are rushed for