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THE FCEANTON TRIBTTNTE MONDAY MOItlNG,' JUIiY 9,'
rpIIE dreaded Bneumonia or
"grippe" is relegated to the
rear, and "Old Sol" with his pen
etrating rays is a constant re
minder that we are candidates for
Exceptional values in this depart
ment. Goods wer bought at clear
ing muuufacturerg' prices.
Lisle Tnrsad Vests ia white, ecra
' nod colors. Bttlbriegsu Vests,
' Fashionable Ribbed Vests, Finest
Egyptian Yam. Gossamer Vests
aud In varities Novelty and
The printings on Ginghams are
rocogniEdd by all Connoisseurs as
the highest art in toztile Dress
Goods. Swivel Silk Ginghams, Pin
' Head and Shepherd's Checks. Solid
colors in fancy shades, stripes and
plaids, in wouderfnl varieties.
In these days of improvement and
perfection we should follow the
times. The "latest" costs no more
than the time worn. Rmset solors
and tans, drop stitch, lisle thread,
black staples. All the improve
ments in soleing and heeling.
Contains a complete assortment of
. all the leading makes, including
all the grades of ventilated and
summer weight Corsets at selling
For trimmings, for draperies, and
' for all uis this lovely fabrio can
be pot to, we have in abundance.
That are seldom written obont.bat
needed jnsc toe same. we pay
just as much attention to buying
them right as we do expensive
Silk Twist, Sowing Silk, Embroid
ered Silk. Batting Cotton, Cotton,
Linen Thread, Bone Casing, Belting,
Skirt Braid, Velveteen Binding, Prus
sian Binding, Taffeta Biuding, Darn
ing Wool, Darning Cotton, Carpet
Thread, Mucratne Cord, Corset Laves.
Silk Corset Laces, Shoe Laees, Covered
Dress Stars, Horn Boup, Corset Steel.
Garter Elastic, Silk Elaitio, Hooks
and Eyes, India Tape, rolls or lape,
Pins, Hat Pins, Black Pins. Kid Crimp
ers, Montaeue Curlers. Silk Tassels,
Needle Cass, Shoe Buttons, Bone
Buttons, Collar Buttons.
If you wish to he well and fash
ionably dressed TRADE AT OUR
STORE. If you wish to save
money, come to us first.
Mr. and Mrs. Robsrt Innes and Mr
and Mrs. Charles McCrainey, of Bo-
dines, have been visiting friends in
this plac the past week.
Miss Ella Reynolds, of Elmira, N.
1., is visiting Miss Jennie Danning.
Misses Helen and Maud Snyder will
attend the international Christian
Endeavor convention at Cleveland. 0,
Rev.- E. McLean will leave today for
Lyons Falls, N. Y., to be present and
take part in tho dedication of the
Forest Presbyterian chorch of that
A. B. Clay is making improvements
on bis property on the West aide.
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Merrill, of
Cambridge, ilass., nave been viaiung
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, L.
Horaee J. Cooper, of Nicholson,
spent a lew Hours ol tne fourth visit
ing relatives here.
Miss Lottie Clay is confined to her
home with symptoms of typhoid fever.
The entertainment and festival
which the Methodist Episcopal cbnrch
bas been arranging will tnke place
next Thursday evening. Great pains
have been taken to make the entertain
ment onef the finest of its kind ever
given in Taylor. Miss Mollie Tracy
Weston, a recent graduate of the Phil
adelphia School of Oratory, baa been
prevailed noon to nsalst, as has Miss
Blanche Ward, whom the people of
Taylor all know. The eholr have ar
ranged a number of pieces which will
be rendered in the excellent manner
for which the organization la noted
After the entertainment a bill of fare
will be presented calculated tostlmn
late the most sluggish appetite. Clams,
steamed or baked, will be among the
nnmberi on toe menu.
Jffothenl Ilotberall Uotherallt
Mrs.Winslow's Soothiug Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions or
mothers for tbelr children wane teoimng,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and Is tne best remedy for di
arrbcea. Sold by di uggists in every part
of the world. Be sure and ak (or "Mrs.
Winslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take no
so otner kind. Twenty-aye cents a bot
The new Presbyterian chnrch in
Dickson Is almost completed. It is one
of the prettiest struotores iu town.
William Wilson, of Lincoln street
bat returned home after a few days'
recreation at Niagara tails.
Tho members of John Wesley Castle,
Knights of Golden Eagle, had their
pbotograpns taken last week.
Miobael and John Mnllin, who have
been spending the past week with
friends in New York, returned home
on Friday night.
Extensive improvements are being
made at the Central. The large ball i
now one of the best for lodge meetings
Critiolilng a Young Lady.
"She would be a pretty girl for but one
'What's thatr asked Charley.
George Her face Is always covered with
purple ana red biotones.
Charley Oh, that's easily enough dis
coned of. Used to be the same way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble one
day, ana got rid or it in no time.
Ueoree What was it?
Charley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a snort course oi r. f. r. x ten you, it's
the boss blood corrector. The governor
bad rheumatism to bad that you could
hear htm holler clear across the country
everr time he moved. He tried it. and
yon know what an athletio old rent be Is.
now. u someoody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, sue would tnank tbein alter
wards. aii tne drug stores seu iu
Highest of all in Leavening Powef. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
KNIGHTS OF THE
Concluded from Pago I.
work until dav break. Nearly twenty
cars standing on the tracks of half a
dozen dittereut railroads surrounding
the packing houses had been destroyed
during the night. All night long troops
of United States calvary und Hrtillery
purnded the streets between lolrly
seventb and Fiftieth streets iu this dis
trict. During the early hours of the
morning a company of eavalry paradud
iiioiu Michigan avenu from Thirty
fifth streot south to Fif ty-tifth street
protecting the rich resideut houses on
Swift & Co. made a determined ef
fort last uitfut to haul beef to their
down town storehouses and with the
HBiistnnce of th militia succeeded in
moving about 75,000 pounds.
PRINTER'S INK THICKLY APPLIED.
ChlcaBJ Compositors Petition the Presi
dent in Lurid Words.
Chicago. July 8 Every morninir
and evening paper in Chicago printed
in the English language, together with
all the j ib printing houses of the
city was represented at the meeting
of district slxtten of the Inter
national Typographical union held
in Ureenbaum's hull tbis after
noon. It wus the largest meeting
of the union printers of Chicago in the
history of the organization. An addi
tional effect was given to its action by
the nreteuce.for the first time, of a com
mlttee from the Germau branches. The
most importaut action taken by the
niealug was tue adoption or tne fol
lowing address to President Cleveland,
and which was wired to Washington
fit 7 o clock touiiu:
President of the United States, executive
mansion, aslilngtou. D. C.
Dear Sir: Chicauo TyDoirrapbical union
So. 18 in special meeting assembled ap
peals to you and your cabinet to cease iu
upuoliliug by federal arms the corpora
tions, drunken t intolerance as they are,
with the wise of special privilege, that
you prove yourseir wortny to take runs in
the hearts of tne people with the great
emancipator, Abraham Lincoln, aud bo
tne second cuiel executive of tuis ropuwie
to throw about tl;o weak and oppressed
the strung arm of that government which
should be their cuide aad strenctb.
The cause of liberty and patriotism U
dying; the only hope of a free governmeut,
Us woraing people, are naviug tue cuuius
of poverty forged stronger aud stronger
about them by the oligarchy of corporation
slave drivers that has replaced the oligar
chy of Uve owners.
We appealed to tne Dallot Dox ana won
the victory; we have been robbed of the
fruits of tbat victory by the servants we
chose to represent us; they, too, having be
come drunk with tne wine or special priv
ilegedrunk from golden gooletsot the
We appeal to you a tho head of tbat
government which we would love to call
our government, and are determined we
shall call our government: we appeal
to you to point us to our Btar of hope iu
tne political nrmameni mat our goveru
ment can be reclaimed to us from corpora
tion rule without tho arbitrament of the
We unDeal to vou to refuse lou cor to
iSritk of the poisonous cup tbat is now be
ing held to your lip. It is the cap of cor
poration greed and make re Dels ana ty
rants of tl.ote who drink of its contents.
We appeal to you to not lot this govern
ment, created by the people and for the
people, perlah from tho earth, and on its
ashes seek to establish a government by
corporations ana lor corporations. lours
respectfully, James Giui-fin,
rresiueut u i. u.
THE MEN FAILED TO COME
Striking Pullman Employe! Nsg-leot to
Ktep au Appointment.
Chicago, July 8. Vice President
Wickes. in accordance with his prom
ise to Vice i'lefi'trut Lawrence, of tte
Safe Deposit ci.mpauy, appeared at his
office iu the Pullman building at noun
today, ready to tulk over the situation
with a committee of ex-Pullman em
ployes, No committee called ou fciui,
however, and after wailing an Mur
nod a hulf he closed his oQee aud went
When Mr. Wickos at 1:80 o'clock had
given np any thongbtof the conference
lie said: 1 was willing to sne tne men
bnt bad declined to see renresentativus
of the American Railway union, or any
other organizitioti. As to what uiilit
result from a conference I cannot say.
We are willing to heur what the men
have to say, but the company luf not
come to any cnange of attitude as to
It Was reported that President Dobs,
of the American Railway union, might
be at the c'mteruncc, but the impres
sion around Unlich's ball Ibis morning
was that neither he nor uny other of
the officers of the union had any inten
tion of going. .
Vice President Howard said: ''The
only reason Wickos consented even to
treat with the men was because he had
been Informed by the mediator that the
strikers were ready to surrender. Un
der the circumstances of course be was
willlug to confer. I have no idea that
tbo conference will accomplish any
thing TYPOS TO TH6 FRONT.
Thsy Applahd Debt and Want Govern
ment to Owa Railroads.
New York, Juiy 8. Typographical
union No. ti today adopted the follow
Resolved That Typographical nniou
No. 6 heartily sympathizes with the Pull
man strikers aud with the sympathetic
strike of the American Railway uniou,
and nrees President Debs to stand firm
until the Pullman compauy agrees to ar
bitrate, nd runner,
Eesolvkd That wo demand the cov
erumeut to nstume control of all railways
as a means of preventing further strikes,
ALARMED AT LOS ANGELES.
Business Msa There Protest Against
Withdrawal of Troopi.
. Washington, July 8 The strike
situation lu California is giving the of
ficials much concern, ana tne failure
to receive any information from that
itate today did not bring conviction
U MS J
lhat "no news la good news." Senator
White received a teheram this after
noon from Los Angeles signed by the
business men of lhat city urging bim
to protest ngaioft the removal or with
drawal of federal troops.
.me leiecraiu Bjtiieu mat in tue Be
lief of the signers, such a steo at pres
ent would be fraught with grave dau-
ger to the interests of tile place.
Formal Warning Against Unlawful As-
semblae Is Given.
Warhixqton, July 8. At a laU hour
tonight President Cleveland Issued the
Proclamation by the proildont of the
Whereas, By reason of unlawful ob
structions, combinations and assemblages
of persons, it has become impracticable, iu
thelUtlKiuentot tne preldwut. to enforce
by the ordinary course of Judicial pro
ceedings the laws of the stale of l.liuoie,
und especially iu the city of Chicago
wulilu said state.
And whereas, For the purpose of ou-
forcini; the laiinrul executiou of the laws
of tho United States aud protecting its
property auu removing obstructions to
the united Slates mans iu tue state sua
city aforesaid, the presideut has employed
a pait of the military of the United
Now, therefore I, Grover Clovelaud,
president of the Uuitod State?, do hereby
admonish all good citizens and all persons
who may be or may come within the city
and state aforesaid, agaiust aiding, coun ¬
tenancing, eucourugiug or taking auy part
in sucn uuiawiui obstructions, combina
tions aud aBsembluizes, aud i hereby waru
all persons engaged iu, or in auy wuy con
nected with, such unlawful obstruction
combinations und assemblages to dispeise
nud retire peaceably to their respective
abodes on or before 12 o'clock noou ou the
UtU day of July instant. Those wl.o dis
regard this warning audpsiHistin taking
part witu a riowus uinu in torcioiy resist
ing and obstructing the exocutiou of the
laws of the Uuitod States, or interfering
with the functions of tho government, or
destroying or attempting to destroy the
property beiongiug to tue united btates,
or under its protection, canuot be regard'
ed utberwire than as public enemies.
Troops employed atraiust such a riotous
mob will act with all the moderation and
forbearance consistent with the accom
plishment of the desired end, but the stern
necessities tnat couirout ttieui will not
with certainty permit discrimination be
tween guilty participants and those who
ure miuuled with them from curiosity aud
without criminal intent. Tue only safe
course, therefore, tor those not actually
unlawfully participating is to abide at
their homes, or at lcat uot to b found in
the neighborhood of riotous assemblages,
While tnere will be no hesitation or va
cillation iu tho decisive treatment of the
guilty, litis warning is espeuially intended
to protect and save the innocent.
In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto
nt-t my hand aud caused the seal of the
United States to bo hereto nOlxcd.
Done in the city of Washington, this
eighth day of July lu the year of our
Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and
mueiy-four, aud or tne independence of
the Uuited States of America, the one
Hundred aud eiguteentn.
(Siitned) Ukovsr Cleveland,
By the president,
(Signed) W. Q. GmssnAM,
Secretary of state,
The proclamation was communicated
to General Miles by Secretary Lamont
who telewapued as follows: "In view
of the provisions of the statute and for
the purpose of giving ample warning
to all innocent and well disposed per
sons, the president bas deotuej it best
to Issue tne accomptnying proolatnu
tion tonight, Tbis uoes not change the
tcope of your uutborlty and duties, nor
vour relations to tne local authorities
You will please make this kuown to
MIKD THEIR OWN BUSINESS.
Chief Arthur Advlita Enaloeora to Do
This Every Day.
Cleveland, Ohio, July 8. The sit
uation in the rullroad yards Is uh
changfld. Everything in the freight
line is at a complete standstill. Pas
senger trains are moving regularly,
with no Immediate prospect of inter
ference, The strikers are constantly
tt.idiiig new uieinbers to their ranks.
The general feeling both among the
strikers and railway officials, is that an
attempt will be made early in the eoin
ing week to man trie local yards add
break the strike. Trouble is feared
when tbis attempt is ma le. The eat
look for the future in this city is not
Chief P. M. Arthur, of the Brother
hood of Locomotivo Lngineers. is be
;'"gi'd by letter and telegram In regard
to the attltuJe of that organization in
the great strike. Mr. Arthur, wbsn
pressed for a reply, said: "Our posi
tion in tbis strike is simply one of non
interference. We will attend strictly
to our own business. I til Brotherhood
or Engineers had nothiog whatever to
do with tbis strike, and my advice to
etigiueers is to attend to their business
as thouith nothing bad happened and
run their engines whenever they can
do so with safety.
It was reported here yesterday that
lodge of engineers at Dayton bad sur
rendered its charter und joined th
American Railway uuion, This was
emphatically denied by Mr. Arthur.
SUNDAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
An Anxious Sunday Paste,! by tho Pre
ldnt and Advlisrt.
" WA8U1NGTON, July 8. All day long
conferences have Oeen held at th
wbit houw between the president an
his official advisers. It was altogether
a red litter sunaav at vue wuiie nouse,
and tho waiting carriages and constati
comings and goings of offioers of the
government made it obvious that some
thing unusual was tatting place, urotu
an early hour this mornlug Secretary
Lamont and General Schofisid were In
close consultation with the president
tttftierai Schotitiii nrougut his morn
lug ditpatcb from General Miles and
its tone was so paclfio tbat the anxious
president was considerably relieved
General Miles said that the sight bad
been pasted quUtly and that there wai
every Indication of a peaceful day.
The president expressed himself as
extremely gratified at tue tarns things
bad taken and be was joined by bis as
soclates in the belief tbat the sermons
on the strike which Chicago pastors
would preaon to lay would nave an x
cellent tffot on a large number of peo
pie. A great deal or praise was ac
corded Archbishop Feeuaa tor his olr
cular letter to the prietts of bis dioeese
directing them to couussl tbelr oougrs
gations to observe the law and not
participate la rioting.
THiSHAS THE RIGHT RING.
Governor Matih.wi, of I idlaoa, Wnti
Law Hiif.no d to the Lter.
Hammond, lud.. Julr 8. Shortly
after midnight the mob of strikers here
egan a series of dturedalions. the
like of which have nevr before been
witnessed in this city. Fifteen cars
were overturued on the Cbioseo aud
Calumet between here and East Chi
cago, aix on the Michigan Central and
two on the .Nickel Plate. Una fuliman
car on tue Monon was set on fire and
badly scorched. In the three Pullman
cars held by the mob there Is not an
ubroxen pane of glass left.
At 10 o'clock this morning a Monon
train pulled lu from Chicago As It
stopped at the depot the strikers de
uiauded the enuiuser and fireman to
step out, which order was obeyed.
word was at once sent to Chicago for
ssistauce, and at 11. HO a company of
egulars numbering about thirty-five
meu was unloaded here. . The soldiers
t ouce proceeded to where the Mouou
ruin was being held. All sorts of
hoots and jeers were offered the troops
as they marched to the held-np train.
At lJ.au another train was sent out
ruoui Chicago composed of empty pas
senger cars. No sooner bad the train
stopped here than the cry of "scab"
and "pull hint off" went up. A few
of the Uuited States regulars soon
cleared the way aud allowed the last
train 10 push the cars from the nrst
train to the engine. At 2 o'clock Sher
iff Fredericks reovived the following
message from Governor Matthews:
iNMANAPni.ia. Ind.. JulV 8.
Charles II. Fredericks, Snsriff:
L,arge force state troops will be at Ham
mond this evening to co-operate with
federal troops ordered. They come to
give you earnest support to enforce law.
Will expect prompt aud vigorous action on
your part to mage their coining fully ef
fective. Boldlers leave with positive or-
aers to maintain order at all hazards.
must be no failure if whole force of state
is necessary. Claude Matthews,
While the federal troops were st
State Line at 3 o'clock, strikers tore up
nearly a mile of track on the Mouou
just south of the city.
SITUATION IN THIS CITY.
Local Railroad Employes Do Not
Look with Favor on the Present
Troubles in the West.
Although rnmor after minor bus
been afloat about' the city since satur
day to the tff tct that there would be a
sympathy strike of all the eastern roads
ruunlng to Buffalo, including the Dsla
ware, Laokswanua aud Western, it is
pleasing to note that none of these ru
mors appear to have any substantial
foundation in fact.
The Delaware. Lackawanna and
Western employes are well treated, and
are mainly sttiihed with tbelr lot.
Those with whom a Tribune reporter
lias discussed toe situation during tbe
past few days, declare tbat they will
not be drawn Into tbe strike, which is
just now convulsing tbe west. They
declare tbat they are not affiliated" is
any way with tbe American Railway
uuion, and have no grievance tbat
would iuduce them to strike.
General Manager Hallstead thsy said
baa always civen tbelr grievances.
when presented to him, a fair consider
ation. 1 bey appreciate the treatment
they bave received and are not disposed
to be drawn tiy sympathy into a move
ment that must tueau loss in wugss to
them und postlbly injure tbe future
usefulness of (heir brotherhoods which
have resolutely held aloft from tbe
American Railway union.
The Brotherhood of Locomotive En'
gineers of Scranton held a meeting yes'
terday afternoon in Baub s hall. and the
present labor troubles were diseusied
to some extent. A member of Engineers
Brotherhood was questioned about the
meeting, but he says the sessions are
always kept secret and be wai not at
liberty to discuss the matter. He
"You see it is not our strike, 10 I am
not prepared to speak individually or
for members of tbe Brotherhood. This
strike only concerns tbe American
If the present atriks causes trouble in
this city, it win not be through any de
sire on the part of local railway em
ployea to have such a thing occur.
ON VOLUNTARY VACATIONS.
Organizer Niylar Tries His Hand at
Proseiytlne in Pittsburg.
PiTTSBtjno, Pa., July 8. Two hun
dred and fifty employes of tbe Pnn
sylvauia railroad, the Allegheny Val
ley railway, the West Penn railway
and tbe Pittsburg and Western railway
assembled in the public ball at Millvals
this afteruoon to listen to an expos!
tion of tbe ol jicts an I benefit arising
from membership ia the American
Railway union. Organixor Nttylor, of
Cklcaffo, delivered a long address oov
ering tbe same arguments emboiied in
bis address at Lafayette ballou Friday
evening, lie depreciated riot and vlo
lence of any kind, and stated that it was
not and would not be oouutenaaesd by
the officials of the organization, that
the men who bad "gone en voluntary
vacation" ware sure to win the contest
aud that It would b won peaceably
After tbe opto nutting an executive
session was held uud a number ef those
present joiiiid the new organizations,
Similar Ulenllugs were Hold in Allegbe
uy Cl'y mid iu the Est Eud, Pitta-
burg. Organizer Naylor uddressed a
mass meeting at Twenty-eighth street
tonight, a will probxbiy leave the
city tomorrow. He says that the feel
ing in Pittsburg favorable to a "vaou-
ttou" of all tbe railrosd employes is
very stroug, but he would not indicate
when the men would be called on to
Other labor leaders addressed tb
meeting urging the unification of labor
organization for the common purpose
of elevating tbe laboring classes. All
of tbe speakers arreeit that if tbe pres
eut effort proved a failure labor organ
nations were doomed.
NO BOYCOTT AT BALTIMORE.
The Tralaratn There Are Not Anxious
to Desert Work.
Baltimore, July 8 Th threatened
itriue iu tbis locality as a result or th
Pullman boycott was not ordered to
day. mainly beeause James Russell
tbe secretary of the American Ralway
nulon branch, would not follow Prest
deut Debs iustrootion. Rus
sell received a telegram last night
from Debs ordering tbelr men
to stop work, with a wlew to
crippling the eastera dlyislons of tb
Baltimore and Ohio and Pennsylvania
railroad systems, but Runell today
said the organization was not strong
enough In these parts to warrant tbe
promulgation of such an order unless
they were to be supported uy tb
other labor orgonitatloue. Qt this he
bad a doubt. , t
' Should tby strlko," said an officer
of tn railroad conductor orsauis
tion today, "we must support tbem to
this extent, we oan't be sxpeoted to
work with scab trackmen or swttoh
men. Our couititullou binds u to
quit rather than do tbis, and especially
so wiiid tue men on strike are making
n fight ou principle. Yon mnv ha tn
that if the switchmen aud trackmen in
Baltimore go oat no trains will move."
Utber railroad employes around the
different lodges talked iu the unit
strain and generally predicted tie-up.
The Baltimore and Ohio western
train service ia badly crippled. No
trains are coming to tbis city direct
from Chicago and west bonnd maaan-
gers are told they will probably not get
utyonu uurreti, ina, ttyerytbing
around Fort Henry is quiet, but the
troops could move in abort order.
He Sara Capital Hat Combined to Eu
Buffalo. N. Y.. July 8. The fol.
lowing diwpatcu from President Dobs
to bis representative Here was re
ceived this afternoon: "We ask your
co operation in Buffalo. We are mak
ing a great fight for labor and de
serve the support of all railway em
ployes. Capita) bas combined toeuelav
labor.--. We must all stand together or
go down in hopeless defeat. It is im
possible for companies to fill tbe va
cancies. We can Solve this problem
only by quitting in a body and standi ug
together one tor all and all for one
upon each and every road throughout
It is altogether likely that a strike
here will be ordered tonight.
ECHOES OF THE CONFLICT.
WATERTOWN. N. Y.. Julv 8. The Ninth
infantry, stationed at Madison barracks,
leu ion aittr noou ror Chicago.
San Francisco. July 8. At 9 o'clock
tbis moruiuu everythiiiB was auiet here
and do dlstu rbauce had been repotted
irom aay part or tne coast.
Sax Jose. Cala.. July 8.-N0 attemD
waamade to uieve traius today. The au
thorities havo agreed to furnish the rail
road compauy with foil protection to
move trains when thav are read v. and this
effort will be probably made tomorrow.
KOANOKB. Va.. Julv 9 -At 1 a meeting
here today of th Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers, employes of the Norfolk
and Wetter n railroad, it was decided by
tbat body to remain at their posts and to
take no part in tbe strike.
Hakiunburo. Pa.. Julv 8. Adlutant
General Greenland does not anticipate a
call for troops in this state to aid in sun-
pressing the strikers, He believes tlie at
tempts to lunuenc to railroad men at
Pittsburg in favor of going out will tail.
Cairo. Ill,, July 8.-Edwsrd A. Dwver.
president of tb local branch of tb Amer
ican Railway nniou, and seven other men
who wer promiueut in tbe strike, were
arrested by a Uuited States deputy mar
shal and taken to Spriugnold this after
noon. Wilmington. Del.. July 8. It was re
ported today tbat a strike has been or
deitd on the Philadelphia. Wllmiucton
and Baltimore division of the Pennsylva
nia raiiroau.in tnis city cy the Knights or
Labor. Careful investigation shows that
there is no foundutioa to the report.
Dktroit, Mich.. July 8. The strike sit
uation is nnchanced. Everytbine was
quitt last nigbt aud this morning. The
nanasagota passenger train into tne
Union station lust night without trouble,
trouble. All tbe other roads claim to be
moving passenger trains about on time,
but frsitrht business is completely nara-
lyzed, all roads refusing it.
Cincinnati. O.. July 8,-No frelnht was
moved lu any of tbe local railroad yards
today, but tbe regular Sunday passenger
traius weut out on time. Nearly all of the
incoming passenger trains were late. Snb
peuas for service on about 300 strikers in
tbe various railroad yards have been pre
pared under Judge Taf t's omulbus injunc
tion. MULDERIG IN THE CITY.
Parted Company With
Thomas Mnlderig- the brawn v
Seventh ward boy who bas been doing
some clever twirling for the Shenau
oah club this season, is in the eity.
tie left tue club be srt. because l
was tired 01 beiug arrested every wci k
for playing ball on bun day.
me suooanuoan club played exhibi
tion gamos Suuday with suoh State
league and semi-professional clubs
as It could make arrangements wiib.
Tbe result was tbat tbe players were
arretted weekly by those who are be
hind tbe Sabbath observance move
ment at Shenandoah. The visiting
clubs escaped arrest until Inst week.
A week ago yesterday tbeHarrlsbure
club played at Shenandoah and a few
days afterwards tbe Uarrisburg playsrs
were arrested ut rottsvuie for the of
fense and fined (4 each. This new action
will make it difficult for Shenandoah
people to get anyone to play there on
Mulderlg say there I no disposition
on tb part of the Shenandoah base
ball men to go Into tbe State leuuue
He would like to have an opportunity
to show what b can do on the Scran
So common at this season, Is a serious
condition, liable to lead to disastrous
remits. It is a sure sign of declining
health tone, and that the blood Is Im
poverished and impure. The best and
most successful remedy is found In
Which makos rich, healthy blood, and
thus gives strength to the nerves, elas
ticity to the muscles, vigor to the bruin
knd health to the whole body. In
truth, Hood's Sarsaparilla
Be sure to get Hood's and only Hood'i
MaaH't Ptlla are nnrolr venutublo. nr
betlv hannlesi, always reliable and bonelkr
. ' HOUSE
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co,
U. E. CBOFUT Proprietor
niHIS HOUSE Is strictly tomnoranca. Is new
I aud well furalahed and OPENKU TO
- '1HE f JBUO THK YEAR KOUND; ia
located miuway ottwean Moutrowan t Borau
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six milts from D., L, A W. & R. at AJford
btatloa, and nv mum from Mjutrois; ca
pacity, eighty-five; three minutes' walk f rom
n. it. station. ,
GOOD BC AT', 1 TIIIXa TACKLE, &
IMEE TO UliKglH.
Altitude about 8,000 feet, equalling - In this
respeet the Adirondack and Catikul lloun
Mn groves, plenty of shale andbeautiful
scsnerr, making a Buminsr Kenbrt uox
celled In boAutv And obaAunesa I
banoinr pavillou, swims, croquet gr onnds,
to. ColdBurlua Water aud Dlsntrbf Milk
Rats, 7 to )10 per waek. iSH.BO per
Exciirslon tickets sold at all stations onD.
4 i. lines.
Porttr meets all trains.
400 and 402 Lackawanna Avenue.
E have just purchased for cash
at 50c. on the
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, the entire
stock of an importing house retir
ing from business.
Sale Commences Saturday, July 7
5c. Handerchiefs, sale at
10c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
15c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
25c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
39c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
50c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
DISS AMD ART SQUARES
For a Few
1 w - s w '
50 Smyrna Mats, best quality,
150 Moquette Mats,best quality, 18x36 inches,
50 Moquette Mats,HfflSr 18x36 inches,
25 Ingrain Rugs, fringed,
75 India Rugs, fringed,
2Kx3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain,
3x3 yards, all-wool filling, cotton chain,
3x3 yards, all-wool filling,
2x3 yards, all-wool, -
3x3 yards, " -
3x3 yards, " -
3x4 yards, "
406 and 408
No tales or history
Y we sell at our
Oddand End Sale,
You willfind money by attending our.
Odd and End Sale
It is cheap goodness not cheap cheap
nessthat distinguishes our
Odd and End Sale
Figures are eloquent when used to indi-
) cace tne vaiue we
From a critical inspector you will turn ai?
. eager buyer at our
I Odd and Knd Sale
Goods marked in plain, large, low figures
at our ; '
Odd and End Sale
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dollar 32,220 doz.
FORMER PRICE. NOW.
, 1.25' .90
, 1.25 .90
, 1.50 1-10
30x60 inches, 5.00
goes with the goods
aire giving at uui -
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