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TnE fCr-AXTON TI?TI1TJXE TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1894.
O. A. Singer, of th Hondrick Mann
faotorlng company, i iu Pottaville on
bnalneaa for the company.
Miai Mary Wilcox, a mlaaionary stu
dent of Philadelphia, who baa bee a a
guest at tit- Baptist parson ago during
the past tore weeki, retarned yester
day. Tho bouse of John Wude on Wash
ington street is being torn down, pre
paratory to tbe erection of a handsome
newborn in its staad, which will be
ooonplel by Mr. Wade and family.
Yeattrdny morning at S.iiO o'clock
rccuied tbe death of John Cbriatiun
Spaeth at his home on Soatji Wyoming
street at the age of H years and 8
months. He was boru at Ochsanfaoh,
Uvrtnany in 1819. He is aurvived by
thrne children. Miss Pauline Spaatu,
Mrs. R. Hampton and Julias Spaeth.
The funeral will be held at bis late resi
dence No. 120 Wyoming atroet Wednes
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment
will be made in Maplewood cmnetory.
On Friday evening the Junior Order
United American Mechanics installed
the following officers to serve during
the coming six months: Councillor, A.
L. Van Gorder; vice conncitlor, Irviug
S!oue; recording secretary. L. A. Iitu
dlckj assistant secretary, V. 11. Fincb ;
financial socretnry, John States; trea
eurer, John Finch; warden, John Lock;
conductor. George Burdick; inside
sentinel, M, B. Stone; onteide unard,
Roger Williams; trnstee, William Ste
phens; pnst councillor, W. R. Burner ;
represHntiitive, W. N. GrifEs.
This evening at 8 o'clock in the Trin
ity church of this city, by Rev. E. J.
Balilev, will occnr the tnarrUge of
Henry Carter and Miss Freda Arnold,
both of Clintonvillf.
Mrs. George D. Couch yesterday re
ceived $2,000 from the Improved Order
of Hepiasophi, that being the amount
of insurance Mr. Couch carried in tho
On WeJuesday evening of this week
will be held tbe regular monthly busi
ness meeting of the Methodist Epworth
league, at which time Ruv. Kengo
Muriya, of Japan, will deliver a lec
ture. - The lecture will be free.
George J. Benton will spend today in
Afton, N. Y., as the guest of his
Edward Hiated and family roturned
yesterday from a visit with friends
and relative in Wavne countr.
.Boyd Case and family, of Darte ave
nue, are spending a few days with
friends in Wnyrnart,
Willie Stephens, on employe at
Crane's store, is enjoying bis vacation
Charlie Young has resigned his situ
at ion nt Hotel Anthracite.
Commencing tonight the stores will
be open evenings after 8 o'clock for a
ten days duration,
Constable Dougber, who was shot
while attempting to arrest Frank
juorrow on buoilay afternoon, is in a
critical condition. At this writing,
although be is feeling slizhtlv batter
than he felt earlier in tbe day, he is by
no means out of danger. Tbe bullet
has not yet bajn removed from bis
body, owing to his seriona condition.
Mr. Dougber denies tho statements
that have been cnrrent to tbe effect
that he was shot by one of tbe Jermyn
constable?. Morrow's whereabouts
have not been ascertained. County
JJ-tt-ctive boon was here yesterday a
sisting tho local authorities in tbe
search. Yesterday , afternoon two
young men were arrested at Hancock
on suspicion, and Constable Farrell
went to MayQeld last night to tuke
them in custody. He had not returned
up to 9 o'clock.
Albert Nichol, of Main street, will
move to Forest City on Thursday. He
has accepted a position there as engi
neer for the Delaware and Hulson
TheWcnleof St. Thomas' conereea'
tion on tbe Fourth of July Was even a
greater success than wus anticipated.
Father Couierford announced yester
day that the grots' receipts already ex-
ceeaea $i,uuu and there is a gold watch
yet to he disposed or which will prob
ably place the net receipts at that fig
nre. At the festival on Friday even'
ingMIss McAndrew, of Pine street,
won tho ring given to the girl thnt col
lectcd the money for it. Tho r.-oeipts
from this contest were $189 25.
At last street cars nre running across
the gravity truck of the Delaware and
iinoaon compmy. a lorce ot men
worked all Saturday night so that the
extension might be in operation on
Sunday. All day a cur ran between
Moyle s hotel and the Riverside store.
at which plaoe passengers were trans
ferred to tbe Scranton line. Only one
more track remains to be crossed, and
since there is no trouble unprehended
here it may be said with certainty that
tbe entire Uartinnilale line will be in
operation next Sunday. For this relief
Riv. Mr, Rudolph shlnrjed bis borne
bold goods to Kansas yesterday, and
will leave with his family today.
J. W. Beck, ot Main street, Is slightly
Mies Grace Birdaall, of Scranton, Is
visiting at the home of Judge Birdsall,
Miss Carrie Browning, of Wilkes
Barre, Is visiting her cousin, Miss Lulu
Hallett, on tbe Dyberry.
Horace Weston returned borne on.
Saturday alter a weeks' visit with rsla
tivs In Peterson, N. J,
Miss Flo VanDerianrk.of Providence
Is sojourning at the cottage ot her un
cle, ttllbert White, at Beach lake.
The Honesdale band returned on
Monday from their camp at Beach
The Red Men's plenio at Lake Ariel
of July 17. Don't miss it.
Company E have qualified all but six
men and have fifteen sharpshooters.
Messrs. Hartung, Blninenthal, Wer
bin,' Smith, Denelre and Kimble, spent
Snnday at Beach lake.
Aggie, the 13 year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Krantz, died
at her home on upper Main street San
day' morning, after a long and painful
Mrs. W. L. Houghton and family re
turned last evening from a visit with
friends iu Schuylkill oounty.
Miss Josle Davis leaves this morning
for a vacation to be passed in Albany,
Round Lake and the Adrlondacks.
This evening tbe Rev. Kelgo Moriya
ot SyraouBe, will deliver bis lectors on
Japan. The father of this gentleman
is a Vishnu priest. Tbe customs, re
ligions and habits of these strange
people will be explained. Tbe admis
sion is free.
Tbe funeral of Mary Clark took
place from tbe Sacred Heart church
Crystal Fire company will meet this
Among tbose in t6wn yesterday were
A. F. Chase, of 8cott; T. V. Powderly,
Carbondale; Frank Wettllng.of Scran
ton. ' In addition to the Inducements of-
fered to manufacters by tbe board of
raue si was given yesterday. a gentle
man offers to loan any manufacturer
from $5,000 to $10,000 to help tnera es
tablian thoir business here.
Mra. G. L. Avery's friends will be
pleased to learn that she is improving
from ber illness and may be expected
Tbe excursion of tbe First Baptist
church to Poyntelle will take placo
Charles noban, of Plains, who was
visiting bis cousin, George Dickson,
left for bis home Inst eveuing.
X us bonds of matrimony are pub
lished between Miss B. Manley and
John Cnrley, to take place July 24.
John Quigley and James Ward were
slightly injured by a fall of rock while
attending to their duties yvsterJuy
morning at JNa 13 sliatc
Mies Lou Johnson, of Plains, is the
guest of her cousin, Miss Jennie New
lin. Miss Jennie Boyce. of Sugar Notch.
is vWitlng bar aunt, Mrs. John Mc
Queen. Wise Ada webstor is visiting friends
M. J, Noon, who some time ago whs
Injured in the eyes by a pwo of rook
wiu:o working at JNo. 18 shuft, left for
tbe Philadelphia hospital to undergo
Mrs. Richard B-ers. formerly of
Avcca, but now of Richmondnle.
visited friends iu this pluco oil Mon
day. Misses Maggie and Kate Mack, of
Plttston, are tho guests of Mitts Cdli.i
Charles OorJon. 19 year of aae. im-t
with a shocking doiitu. yesterday morn
ing about 8 30 at the Lihigti Valley
breaker. While oiling thu rollers he in
some way not known fell between the
rollers and was frightfully mangled
bsfore aid was summoned. Deceased
was taken to the home of bis siat-r,
Mrs. Dan Patterson,-' on Pitteton ave
nue. The funeral services will take
place tomorrow afternoon at 2.33 at
the Primitive Methodist church. In
terment at L-tngcliff cemetery.
Mrs. T. McLaughlin, mother of
Thomas and John McLingbliu, tbe
popular grocers of Nortu M.un streot.
died at ber home on Sunday morning.
sue wos attncned witn a paraly Ho stroke
on tno fourth or July. Deceased was
a charitable and Christian woman and
ber sudden death will be regretted by
many who were benefited by her acta
of kindness. The funeral will take
place this morning (Tuesday), with a
solemn high dims at St. Mary s church.
interment at flttston cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. William White, of
Mocsic, visited the former s pirents
iur. ana mra. unaries Ailnuan. on
Pucker streot of this place.
Mrs. Edward Smith and daughter,
tt.ttte, are the guests or Mr. and Mrs.
M. Lawler on Packer street.
Miss Maggie McGinnis, who was the
guest ot Miss Belinda Gillespie, re
turned to ber home in Seb.iatapol last
Miss Maiue Hutchinson, of Plttston,
is visiting tri-n la and relatives in
Miss Jeanie Kearney, of Inkermau.
is vifiting friends and relatives on
Mian Kate'O'Mnlley, of Pittston. is
tbe guest of Miss Ella O'Mallev.
Misses B'scie Webor and Ella Cur-
ran were in Scranton yestorduy.
Dr. A. F. Crans left 'veBtordav for
Oawego, where he will spend a few
Euiil P. Weicbel, ot Electrio City,
was seen in the business portion of the
In honor of Miss Williams, tho guest
of Miss Mabel Calendar, a party of
young peonie were invited to spend
Saturday at the Glocial Pot. Archbald.
A most enjoyable day was passed by
Miss Cora Avery and Miss Alice
Kashleigb, of Curbondalo, ur pend'
lug a few days with the Misses Vayle.
P. J. ilonan, of Scranton, was a visi
tor in town yesterday.
Miss Maud Kelly, who hns been ill
for th past fuw days, is convalescent.
Miss Maine Burke, of Park Place, U
tne guest ot her eouiui, Miss Nellio
Uallagher, or itanmor street
Ed, Ensign has retnrned to Bing
E. D. YaninKton, H. B Judwin, jr.,
and A. S. VanDormiirk, of Carbondale,
celled on friends in town Sunday.
A free'eocitil wus given last evening?
in honor of the the young ladies who
aided the Father Mathew society at
Farview Saturday. The affair was a
success, ltefreshnients were served,
Marcus Dnffr, of the Carbondale
evening inmlil. was m town Sunday,
Professor M. VV. Cumininirs and T.
Frank Jordan, on June 20, were granted
a patent for nn "adjustable locking
cover' for books.
Sidney Evuns, of Scranton, snnt
Sun'lay with his cousin, Thomas
T. V. Powderly, the gonial commsr
cial traveler, was in town yesterday.
Misses Emma Simmons and Mary
Maxwell, of the Anthracite City, spent
yetueruHy wuu iuiki jucin lOuJ.
Hon. James T. Da Bois loft this
morning for Washington D. O, to be
assent aDout one weeK.
Louis Ives, ton of Rev. R N. Ivos,
(ormeriy oi tins place, now of Bing
bumton, is vielting friends in town.
The colored people in this locality
and neighboring towns and cities are
holding camp meeting on the fair
ground across the river.
On lower Main street yesterday a
company ot oicyoie riders were going
at a rapia speeu anu as tney were onpo
site the residenoe of Edward Simonds,
a large dog rushed out to bark at them.
Almost at the same instant one of the
party seized a revolver from bis pocket
and tlced. ihe ball did not bit any
where Dear the dog, but whizzed over
the head of a little child. A large
crowd soon garnered around tbe scene
but the whneluisn were out of sight.
Mrs. George Vau Fleet and sons
have retnrned home after a pleasant
visit witn mends in Wuverly, N. Y,
Mr. Van Fleet's mother accompanied
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterlan church will bold an ice cream
festival at the Young Men's Christian
association rooms on Friday evenlno-.
Teachers' meeting will be held at the
home of. tbe superintendent, C. E.
Swartz. on Thursday evening at the
Tbe prayer meeting In the north
borough will be at tbe home of Mr
Freeborn Churchill, on Thursday even
Miss Hiller, of West Eud, is visiting
in New York city.
We have over fifty summer visitors
In town at present. Our plaoe le be
coming famous as a summer resort
-Detective Blask, of Bingbamton, was
la town last week looking for a man
who had stolen a valuable bicycle.
painted pink, from a gentleman in that
city, lie had traced bis man as far as
Conkllng. but then conl 1 not got anv
further clue ot hiui. At au early hour
Yesterday a umn wus seen riding
through town on a pink colored bicyole
at lightning speed. The man had been
gone but a short time when officers ar
rived in hot pursuit.
CLARK'S OR KEN.
Rev. S. S. Kennedy called on friends
here on July 4.
William Annie and sister. Mrs. 4H-
iuger, of Polo, III., are stopping a snort
time with their uuule, J. S, Wagner.
Frank Dawev. of Pittston. called on
his frieud, Mi Jeau Thomas, at W.
S. Frace's, on Friday last, uud on Sat
urday both returned to their homes in
Mra. John Johnson, of Waverly.MM.
Egbert Leach, of Georgetown, and Mr.
Cnriiii, of Honesdale, were visitors at
Mis J. B. Austin callod on fneads
n .Scranton on Tbnrs lay.
tine displays of fireworks were seen
arising on the eveniuir-of the Fourth
from the residences of Mcsrs. C. r.
Mathews and son, Fratik Phillips and
L. M.. Potter, which was greatly t n-
j.iyed by the children. '
Ihe festival of the Methodist bois-
copal church was largely attended in
the eveuing with splendid financial
result, which will aid them greatly
in completing thoir church nnn-x
Mi l r A. J. Aclterley is upon the
Mrs. Max Chaiiman. of Washington
state, is vimtiug her sister, II. N
Mrs. D. L. Patrick and her cousins,
tht) Misses Grifiln. returned to Wilkes-
B irre on Saturday.
J. O. Woodruff, of Biiighamton. A.
Y., will address the Enwortli lngu8 at
mo iUothodMt iMiisoopal church on
Friday eveuing, aud the Wayerly and
Clark's Summit chaptois have been in
vited and all friends of the church
work among the young, are most earn
estly invited to bj present oil this oc
casion. After tho address, the bocIhI
and literary departments will giva o
socUl in the rear of the church. Pro
ceeds to dofray expenses of the Uazu?.
James 1'entecost epent tbe fourth
with his fathor, Thomas W. Pentecost.
Mis. Bjni. Mead returned troui a
several days' visit at Nicholson ou
Monday afternoon .suffering from ill
ness. George Wells, of Wilkes-Barre,
made a midday run on bis wheel on tho
Fourth, arriving here about noon and
leaving here about 3 p. in. on bis re
turn. The ladies of tho Baptist church will
hold a lawn festival at A. A. Nichols'
on Thursday evening of this week.
lrutups are earning considerable dis
turbance in this vicinity of lute, hav
ing entered tbe cellars and bouses of
several residents and helping them
selves to all they noed to make lazy life
Mothers! Motu.rul! Motbara!!!
Jlrs.Wiilslow'a Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions ot
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success It soothes the child,
softeuB the gums, allay all pain; cure!
wind colic, and is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold bydtuggists in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wiimlow's Soothing Syrup." and take no
no other kind. Twenty-live cunts a bot
tle. OLD FORGE.
Bnrt Brsder is slowly recovering
from bis recent illness.
Tho foundation for John Stewort's
new dwelling is now completed.
Miss Lenuie Owens, of Wyoming,
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Lewis Miller had his arm broken on
Saturday morning at No. 2 Bhaft,
Fennxylvania Coal company.
F. C. Wood will be a candidate for
delegate to the Republican county
convention from the Fourth district.
J. Erwin Brodhead and Miss Kit
Stark spent Sunday with friends in
The Lidies' Aid society of the new
Methodist Episcopal church will be
held In the church on Wednesday af
Mrs. Mary Gates is improving the
appearance of ber property by a coat of
Tne merry-go-round at Lackawanna
park is bviug quite liberally patronized
by the young people.
Tbe foundry of McMnrtrie & Oott
wals is being mu full limn now, m ik
ing plows and othr enstingp,
Mrs. George Drake, jr., and family
are visiting ber brother at NicuiNu,
Mrs. Annie Olwell, of Chicago, is the
guest ot ber aunt, Mrs. Samuel Brod
head. Mrs John Willis, sr., of Connellton.
died very suddenly on Friday morning
of heart failure. Un Monday tier re
mains wero taken to D mville for inter
ment, On Saturday morning an Italian had
a warrant sworn before 'Sqnire Brod
head for the arrest of his wife and two
mou who had stolen money and J -w-
elry ro the of $1,000 from bis home in
New YorK city.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Day and son
Ralph, of Wilkes-Barre, were the
guests of the former's parents over
Sunday, air. and Mrs. &d borber.
Mrs. James Mutteson, of Dnnmore,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Auios Snyder.
Misses Gertie and Maggie Conners,
of Scranton, are visiting their aunt,
Mrs. P. Suedicor.
Tho Young People's society of the
Methodist Episcopal church will hold
apiuk and white social at the home of
George A. Bell next Wednesduy evtn
iug. Joseph Groff, of Scranton, is the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Beck.
Mies Nellie Brown, of Yalesville, is
visiting ber cousin, Miss Carrie Fra
The officers of Sheridan lodge,
Knights of Pythias, were installed last
evening by D. D. G. C. David Orr. of
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Is an Improvement in Soap.
In the Trolley Soap old methods
and materials are superseded by new
ones. The Trolley Soap leaves the
clothes sweet and clean and lasts longer
than other soaps. "
Ask Your Grocer for It.
If lie does not keep it send us order for
20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
or for a Box 100 cakes 75 pounds $4.50.
Joseph Thorny Ellpnlon,
227 Chestnut Street, Phila.
finalof the tiest quality fjr domestlo nsa.aua'
rf nil sizes, dullvorad iu any part of tu ci-.j
at lowest price.
Orders left at my offlco.
0. 118, WYOMING AVENCE.
Rear room, first floor. Third National Bank.
or sent by mail or telephone to th mint, will
receive prompt attention.
f-peclal oonti acta will be made tor the
and delivery of Buckwheat CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Ilavo removed their office to their
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ThlsT.mll,.' Hollil fronih Ioiia;ula Kid But
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receipt oi iasu, nouey urarr,
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Kntials svory way ths boots
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id It auy one is not souiuea
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HENRY BELIN, Jr
Oenoral Agent for the Wyoming District,
iiS Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa
Ihird National Bank Building.
IHOB. FORD, Pittston, Ta.
JOHN B SillTH & BON; Plymouth. Ta.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
A (rents for the Keuauna Chemloal Com
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Atlantic Refining Co.
Manufacture! and Dealers la)
Illuminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Napthas end Gaso
lines of U grades. Axle Grease,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com
pound ; also, a large hue of Par.
rttfiine Wax Candles.
We also handle tbe Famous CROWN
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burning oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Office; Coal Exchange, Wyoming Ay
works at fine ttroulc
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
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Booms 1 ond 2 Commonwealth Bla"&
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LafHIn & Rand Powder Co.'i
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Electrio Batteries, Fuse for explod
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For sstle by Matthew Bros, and John
7 '"iiMWil, Jr Mi' 2 f
SUPERLATIVE ADD GOLD MEDAL
The aboyo brnnda of flour run Via had
trho will accept Tub Tkiuunb flour coi'pon of 25 on each one hundred Bounds
ot flour or 60 on each barrel ot flour.
Ecrnnton-F. P. Price. Washington arena) I
vom diixiii1 Drunu.
Cumnore-F. P. Price, Gold Madnl Bran.
bunmore-F. D. ilanloy. Uupurlutiva brinl
Ilydo Park Carson & Davis, Washburn Kt.
moiu aieaai uranu; d sepu a. juears, Alain
avenue. SuDorlativo Brand.
Green Kiilio-A.Iy.Hpun;er.(ioM ModalBrand,
j. i.iicu.iio, nupi.-nutive.
1'ioviduncc Feunur St Chappell. N' Main ava-
cue, ijupvriativo uranu;u. J uniejpi vv.
Markut straot. Gold Mdd il Brand.
Olyphnnt James Jordan, Bupnrlativs Branl
Pevkville SUalT.'r St K.ls;r Buperlativo.
Jormyu O. l. WlnUTi St Co. Huporalatlve
Aronlialcl Jonca, a mpson 4T uo . Hold mou.u.
Carbonilivle B. S. Clark, Uold Modal Brand.
Iloncsdalu-I. n. Foster & Co. Gold ilolal.
Minooka M. H. Lavella
Dealer in Choice Confections and Frnits
BREAD AND CAEES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM 1
1437 Capouse Avenue.
IROST and STEEL
WILEY & KtSSELL AND WELLS BROS.
Wholesale aad retail dealers' in Wagonmakera' and Blackamithi'
That We will GIVE you baautiful new pat
terns of Starling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounna for ounca,
cf your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved frea. A large variety of now pat
terns to select from at
07 I.ACKA WANN I AVNIMJ
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
T7o always may be what we might havo been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE UiiiiK LUKE! CO
22 &nd 23 Commonwealth Building
. 1 1 . .( W.h
wErORNO AFTknU5ING.no otkor. Address SiUVU BEEOCO., Uatoulo Teaiula, CU10AOO.IU.
For Sale In Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Prulst, cp. Washlngto
sod Snruce utreeta. , '
yjneni.ni vi itt, rsoeniiTV uw oi TOtiarno Or upiuni(
. iumutlun and Inannltr. With nvnrv a&nnirrwiiit
iT.,'tu URisa. ante to euro or refund the money. Ruld at SVOw Ir box, Oboxe
UIM yiuu, t) UUl ftiO'J. T' CUMlCAJ.l(w Clovclaaa. Villa
tyf y4Ul'ia' L""K1IIt' 1 """' i
Selote Aud Alit Uluig.
errtrr we mu it
' " ri. nullum s
Foraal by JOHN H, PHELPS.
Spvuce S tract, SorantwHPjk. .,
tl'rli'liVi Hi. inil-t'l '-nrmi
From tht X 7. IWaune, JToa.1, Utt
"CmcAao, Oct 81.' Pha first offloUt
announcement of World's Pair 41-
plomns on floor baa been raade. A
medal baa been awarded by th
World's Fair judges to the flour manu
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co,
in tbe great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the flour strong and pure, and entitles
It to rank as first-clans patent flour for
family and bakers' use." '
& CON NELL
TV HOLES ALE AGENTS.
At anv nt the f olio win n merchants.
Taylor Judge ft Co., Gold Medal; Athertov
& Co., Superlative. m.
Duryeu Lawrtince Htore Co. Gold Medal
moosic joiin McLrmuie, uoiajuenaL
l'ittston-M. W O'Bavls. Gold MwlaL
-Clark's Groon-Frace & fsrker, Huperlatlre,
L lark's bummit-F. M. Youdk, Oold Medal.
Ualtou-S. E. Finn & Son, Uold Modal Brunt
Nit'hoLoa-J. E. Hurdinij.
Wvirly-M. W. Bliss & Son, Gold ModaL
Iactoryville Charles Uardner, Gold Modal.
Hopbottom-N. M. Finn St Sou, Gold Medal.
Tobytiiuna-Tibyliaima & LrtHia Lambjr
Co., Uold Medal Brand.
Oouldsboro-B A. Adams. Gold Medal Brand,
Moscow Gaine & Clements, Gold Medal.
Lake Ariel James A. Bortree, Gold Medal.
Forest City-J. L. Morgan A Co., Gold Mede
PARLORS OPES FROM T A.M. TO U P.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SUP
PLYING FAMILIES WITH ICE Clt&AM.
K. R. SPIKES
TL la VoanUpfkl Mauadi VBaa .
entes. itieb an Wonk Momorr, Low of Brain Power, IloaUMb. Wakefulnoa.
Lot Manhood. Nlflitly Kiulnloin, NsrvouinaM.illdrnlutanil losof power
Iu (teiiprutlvo Orran8 of either sex caused by overexertion, youthful error.
execaslT uao of tobaeoo, opium or lUmulinU, wblck lead to Inflrmltr.Con
ion ooorneuiu evpwiieu pprou,"' -r
-UK nhlu. wa .Im m Mirfflai. vnnwMnrA US OH 1
"'""j".ys,-u. "".T..r,vv;.;iK.Vn7r,r A.;orit.uia
( v rnnin
forBonroiia oroitrntinn find allnerroiiidlseaBes of
W tho tone mil to unrans ol either sex, tucta ft lSrTt)us I'nwtnitk n, tm
lTT Inirit Ijiat. Mntiuvrl lnirurn.,n. Uukil. k'n.laalnlia. Vi tilth fill KlTOn.
which lead to Con
iTe a written anap.
Will mm mill Wmk v Sold With WMTTKM
'OTARAS , KE to Cart Hetroni DeMlltyi ; Loiofiul Power id ellhuiaet,
UfolunUrt imlitiomfromniyetutt. If neglected, iucb Ironblu lud t
eomtimDlInD or lnui.lt. ei futtiAr knt bv mall.a boxti for ts. With evrr.r.
wtlUea xuuuitee to euraet nfuad the mou;. Addr .
ou - vleTeiiutt! uaiu.
Pharmaclat, cor., Wyoming Avanua anj