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THE ST CIiAKTON TEIBUNE-WEIXIJESDAY MOKNTBTO. JULY 11, 1894.
THE COLONIAL TYPE.
REVIVAL OF THE FURNITURE OF A
A Stylo Frco From Kilravngnnce and Ex
. trcme Conceits and I'mntesginir StAtclIncHS
Without MillnefM Tho Colonial MnnteU.
Typical Colonial Parlor Fully Fumlslicd.
The colonial stylo of lato years has
obtained a considerable) degree of at
tention. Its revival is a renaissaueo of
Iho colouial chairs, tables and cabinets
of a century no, and, although based
upon classic lines, is a positive creation,
characteri.wl by charming individual
ity. Tho colonial mantels arc construct
ive features of apartments and aro
usually of vood, bowing lloral garlands
nnd pendants in relief. Tho pillows
bearing tho shelves aro fiuo examples of
t urnery, and much of the pleasing effect;
of tho mantel is duo to the lino propor
tions maintained by tho delivery of ro
lief work in cornieeand moldings, mado
more elTeccivo by ample und well con
Tho most elaborate carving appears
to havo been reserved for tho round cen
ter tables for parlors and drawing rooms,
nnd a variety of small tables are notico
siblo for cstreino refinement of line.
Ono admires tho lino workmanship of
tho table, which after half a century of
lA'.iining wear gives no sign of um'ta
bleuess, no wavering even of tho extend
ed leaf that seems hung in tho air.
Colonial chairs aro invariably to bo
r.dmired, combining as they do artistic
beauty with strength. Tha backs jjeuer-
r If I
A C0T ONIAt PARLOH.
nllyshnw open work, as in rails or wavy
forms radiating from tho central ntem
below, tho coi:tn.l panels being nioro or
less richly carved and frequently pre
sentiTig a slightly coue.-wo surface. The
settees have a solid seat beneath tho
back formed of panels. Tho backs,
whether upholstered in textiles or in
open framework, aro rounded as they
approach the sides. Carved scrolls forms,
with oruato center, form tho usual top
finish. Buffets or sideboards with tho
unvarying celleret in tho center aro
stately in uppearanco without being
massive. Tho carving is merely applied to
tho back in radiating curves with a flg
uro.at tho apex. Good proportions and
bigh finish of surface, with metallic
brans mountings, imparted to theso side
boards au imposing appearance. Fine
raetal work in wrought iron and brass
was tho pride of tho colonial period, ac
cording to The Decorator and Furnisher,
from which tho foregoing is reproduced.
It was sparingly nud tastofuliy used in
furnituro and interior furnishings as
Vases for pillars, as plaquc3 and mcdal-
linns bearing figures remarkable for orig
inality and beauty. Metal, too, found a
placo in tho mounting of caskets, in
hinges and flanges for doors and in
grilles displaying intricate interlacing
In fine, tho colonial is a distinctive
style, that stands midway between the
ompiro on tho one hand and tho Chip
pendale on tho other.
A colonial apartment fully furnished
is uniquo enough to inspire tho desiro
for possession in tho bosom of the most
Tho Season Lnnrlieon.
"White," "pink" and "yellow"
luncheons aro well known designations,
but tho latest fad is tho "season lunch
eon." Four tables aro spread to repre
sent tho four seasons. She spring tablo
will have decorations of daffodils and
jonquils, with white and gold china and
yellow ribbons to tio tho napkin, and
whito ices and bonbons. The summer
tablo is a roso tablo, with white ILwi
land, decorated with scattered rose
buds, the sweets and ices being roso
tinted or served in tho form of roses.
Autumn will havo tho luncheon cloth
strewn with cherries in their natural
tints, bowls heaped with grapes and
v.'ith tho glowing red and yellow beauty
of tho nasturtium and goldenrod, whilo
tho winter tablo may bo appropriately
modeled aftor the most suggestive deco
rations of that spason. It is a growing
custom to givo a firewall luncheon or
breakfast boforo going abroad for an ex
tended tour and havo tho decorations
express a parting sentiment A forget
nienot or pansy luncheon is appropriate
and inexpensive. Thero are now in tho
market any number of bnautiful plates
dotted all over with theso protty flow
ers, and dainty bowls filled with blue
or purplo pansies mako protty souvenirs
of parting for tho guests.
' A DINNER PARTY.
("uSCMtlonn That May Prove Helpful to
Hoth tho Hostels and Ilor Gneut.
For a dinner party of six or eight peo
plo tho hostess arranges her guests in
Lor mind when sha plans the entertain
ment, and sho points out where tho sev
eral couples aro to scat themselves after
all havo entered tho dining room.
7hilo receiving her guests in tho draw
ing room sho mentions to each gontlo
man tho name of tho lady whom he is to
tako in to dinner as soon as ho has paid
his respects to horsclf, and if ho ia un
acquainted with his partner ho is form
ally introduced. On reaching tho tablo
tho guests roinnin standing by their
chairs uutil tho hostess is seated
Tho eldest lady, or sho who ia a stran
ger to most of thoso pronont, or sho who
is most distinguished, goes in to dinner
with the host, ho offoring hor his loft
arm. If the guest of honor is a man, ho
accompanies tho hostess, who takes his
left arm, this conplo entering tho din
ing room last The host always goes ia
tor :-x 1 1
Hrst, and lio places Ids dinner partner
at his right, as do all tho other men.
Thero has been much dispute in Amer
ica regarding tho proper arm for a man
to uso when taking a woman into tho
dining room, but Tho Delineator, au
thority for the following, says that tho
left is most appropriate. This mode of
escorting hor allows her to pass in froxt
of him, and her costume is thus not in
his way. Spurs wero once worn by most
men of rank with evening dress and aro
still used in this way by army ofllcers,
and they aro apt to interfero with dra
peries that ore not, properly eared for
when one is going to tablo. Tho right
arm is proffered for tho assistance of
women, save when they uro in court cir
cles or aro on their way to the altar.
When dinner is lini.-hod, tho hostess
bows to tho lady at her husband's right,
nnd at this signal all tho kdios riso.
Tho hostess' partner opens tho door or
draws back its draperies, or, if neither
servico is required, ho stands beside tho
doorway until all tho ladies havo passed
out, when ho joins tho other men at tho
tablo for a chat and a smoko unless
thero is a smoking room.
If coffee is not served in tho dining
room, it should bo passed in t lie draw
ing room or parlor after tho n!iro com
pany is again iis.'tnlliil, which should
bo not nioro than half nu hour utter the
termination of the dinner. Tho cofl'eo
should bo strong and clear, and whilo
801110 liko sugar in it and a i' w add
cream it is usually taken without either
as an aid to digestion.
A small dinner is usually followed
by general conversation and perhaps a
little music by 0110 or several of the com
pany, and the guests tako their depar
ture at 10 o'clock or a littlo later. Such
a dinner will bo one of tho most delight
ful of social gatherings if tho guests
are grouped with a discreet regard for
their congeniality and each one strives
to supply his or her part of tho conver
sation nnd to mako others appear to
Failures of tho cook, should there be
any, must bo passed without comment
either from the host or from the guests.
Tho hostess must be called upon or a
note of thanks written to her within a
week after tho dinner.
Curo of the UcMirerator.
One thing should be particularly cau
tioned against. That is the putting
away of warm food in the ice chest.
When this is dime, tho article will ab
sorb the odors and ilavorsof otlur foods.
Milk and butter should always bo kept
in compartments especially set aside i'oi
them. If the refrigerator, however,
does not provide for this, do not fail to
keep both articles well covered Milk
will readily absorb tho flavors of the
other food, and tho butter, if left expos
ed, soon becomes tainted. Every day
givo tho ico chest a thorough washing
and drying. When tho ico is wrapped
in a cloth to keep it from melting, do
not let the same piece of woolen do duiy
week in and week out without a change.
If possible, give your refrigerator a good
sunning once a month. Roll it into the
yard, wash out ever; crack and crevieo
with warm soapsuds, scrub each rack
with soda nnd water and then let a sun
lath finish tho purifying process.
Among thu la w ribbons is a imirc
effect which is accomplished in the
weaving ni:d not watered at all. Pin
spors on short moire arc a pretty com
bination, and thero is a wido variety
of ribbons into which one or more rows
of lace insertion have been introduced.
Chine stripes in tho center of corded
ribbon and tiny flowers brocaded on sat
in grounds aro very effective.
A (hair Cushion.
A head cushion illustrated and de
scribed ly Modern PiiHc.il la is very con
venient for summer use, as it cm be
easily carried about and hung on any
chair! Our model has a square of white
linen embroidered with filo floss in
Dresden designs in palo pinks, with
niAin ctsfiion' for scum.
leaves and stems in olivo greens. A
bonier of old bluo linen makes a fitting
framofor this dainty picture, and tho
seam is hidden with feather stitching
in pink linen thread.
Pink and blue cord fiuishes tho pillow
and is pnt on in loops at tho comers.
Tho back of tho cushion is bluo linen,
and cord of suitable length is provided
Arranging tho Hair.
It is worth whilo for every woman to
consider whether sho arranges Ik r hair
in tim mnst becoming way. If yon have
a low forehead nnd a wido face, do not
wear a bang, (,'oulrawise, if your face
is long and thin and tho forehead high,
do.not nrrumo a pompadour roll or rm
outstanding knot just at that point of
your head that makes tho lino to the
chin abnormally long and yourself a
caricjituro of what you might bo. Tho
"teacup handle" knot has become too
generally worn, becanso but ono woman
in 20 really looks well with her hair
arranged in this manner.
rnnlilM tlio more advanced
'georiK of to-duy to euro
many nineaes witnout cut
ting, which wehi formerly
rrirarili'd at'. Iticjumlilo with
out, resort, to the knll'u.
RUPTURE or ilreneh, ia
now radically cured wtth-
oiidtuo kmiiu ami wunoui
5 nnin. Clumsy Trusses uiu
i bo thrown awnyl
TUMORS, Ovurinn, FI-
t.jnrciid ( li torlno) and ninny
f jothern, ure now removed
Jr without tho ncrlls of vuU
evor lnrno. Fistula and
other OlneaBCs of tlio lower
bowel, aro permanently
cured without iiain or re
sort to tho knife.
feT'OKE In tlilllndder,no
matter how larire. Is finish
ed, pulverized, washed out
and pLTfttotly removed
For pamphlet, reforenccs
and all particulars, wiirl 10
cents (In stampH) to World's
lini'NKiiry Medical Asso
ciation, No.fii;:) MuiD Strout,
Lutliilo. N. V.
fyr y;Vl y -r-v?- 81
ThU Season' fitockliirjn Inclndo Some E
travagant Novelties Ia Way of Coloring..
Thero aro women who always wear
plain stockings, just as they always cany
white handkerchiefs, nnd for this class
conio phiiu black, plain russet and other
uniigured sorts in silk, lislo thread and
balbriggan. Kur, generally speaking,
EOMF. OF TI1F. KEW PTOCnxOS,
stockings. aro no longer plain affairs oi
solid color, but aro as vivid in coloring
and elaborate in design and trimming m
the gov. ii;i oi tho season. They como in
every Into of tho rainbow, and often all
tho colors !im combined in ono pair in
tiny silk stripes until tho effect is daz
zling. A decided and costly novelty is a paii
of black bilk hose, with the open work
instep wrought with jot. Theso aro te
lle worn with a black cat in slipper em
broidered with jet, or one of patent
leather, with a small jet buckle at the
too and a large one at tho instep. Red
is used in hosiery as profusely as in
other parts of tho toilet Thero nre
plaiu red, openwork stockings and all
sorts of !;U'ILing combinations, especially
in red and black. Theso may bo worn
with a red slipper with a black rosette
or with a patent, leathi r, slipper deco
rated with a largo red bow. . To weai
with tlio still popular black and white
slipper there is a French stocking strip
ed in black and white.
Russet shoes this season como in the
lightest shades in faet, almost a yel
low. A late cut comes as high on the
instep as an Oxford tie, but the vexa
tious strings are replaced by threo very
large buttons. Tho correct stocking foi
these shoes must bo of tho same shade,
with open work stripes covering the
whole leg. Elabcrc.to embroidered clocks
are again in favorin fact, any style
of decoration seems to bo accepted. In
some of tho most expensive hoso strips
of white or black laeo are inserted.
Many of tho silk ones havo tho lowei
half black and tho upper half of sonic
delicate liglit shade. Whero pink is
nsed in this way tlio result has some
thing tho effect of half hoso. White
canvas shoes, with a white openwork
stocking, aro still to bo worn with
gingham muslin dresses, fays a writer
in tho JCcw York Sun.
Sheets folded across, bringing tho
wido and narrow hems together, then
folded again, then ironed across both
sides, are finished quickly and look as
well as if more time were spent on
Tin's remedy is becoming so wen known
nnd so popular as to need no special men
tion. AU who hnvo uod Electrio Bitters
eiliL' tho saian sonc of praise. A purer
nifdicino dees not exist mid it is ennran
teed to do nil that is claimed. Electric
bitters will cure nil diseases of tho Liver
nud Ki lneys, will remove Pimples, IJoifa,
Salt liucum nnd other atl'ections ciuisod by
iuipuro blood. Will drivo .Malaria from
tho system and prevent as woll as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache,
C'otitispatiou and Indicestion try Electric
Bitters Entire sntislactiou guaranteed,
or money refunded. I'rico 50 cts. and il
per bottio at ilattliuwH Uros., Drug stora
IIksky SciioKN-iiAi.s, foreman Uonry
Krug Packing Co.. M. Joseph, Mo., Uses
Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil, with his men
for tijirums, cuts, bruisos, chapped hand ,
Htc. It is the best.
Wlmn nahy was pick, wo eave her CastortA
When she was a ChlM, sho cried fur C'o.-.toria,
Whi'n r.he became Miss, sin chins to Catnriu.
Whm sho had Children; sho gave thcu Costorliv
t "X f i tnt "be uj
J 1 il 7 . J nf"
S 3 I.235TR
CLIMATE HAKES THE KAN.
The mon of (ho Xorlli tbo
men of tho Souththe men of
lliohc.it. Hot summer weakens
you, sttps your energy, and if
Uiero i.s u fl iw in you physically,
pooh it shows, strength is given
by uso of' a nutritive, palatable
Johann HofFs Jltilt Extract.
For salo everywhere.
iSeo that the signature
"Johann 1 loll'" is on neck label
of bottle. None other is geuuine.
Head Agents, Eisner & Men
dulsoii Co., U. fcj., New York.
Made a well
IIKMITLT4 In AO HAY. Cur-n nil
Kfi'vtnm DUiiim-n, Full luff Memory,
rari'rtiM. Hlrt'il("Hn'"K, Niirhtly Kin in-
sfoti!, pt.,i,niiri('rt by mst oImi'ior, iriveii vifror andfitise
tu HlininUrn ovtfruie. mnl quickly out mircly rcstorn
l.ntl MiiMtiootl in fil'l or yoiiiifr. Eiif lly curried In vtt
liorkot. l'rliv mi.oo Hpni'knfTff. Six for IMM with a
written citnrii niri to r money rtlunlel. l'on't
let ny uiiniinclplnl (lr,iirtlit eHl you any ktml oj
imitation, lintl'iton having I N l A I'O-noni' titkcr, 11
Iip luifliiut uot tt, we will nrwi it. by nmll upon rocrlpt
of prim. I'implilot In in'Ried rnvlnpt tn, AltTi
Oriental MeIU'Blo.1rrop.1CltlCKrot III., oroariroiU.
SOLD by Miittliewa Bros., Wholosnlo nnd Retail
DniRnints, SCRAN'ION, PA., and etiiur Lead
WEAK MEN your attention
Gray's Specific Kedicine
IF Villi SIIFPFR from Nor-
RKTIMH tl uw i voua Du-
uility, v, eiiknehs of Body and Mind, Sjjorma
torrhns, mihI liniiotdiicy, and all diseasuu thut
arlno from over-iudulKOix'O nd clt-abuse, ok
Loss of Memory and 1'ower, Uimuess of Vi
ion, I'reniBture Old Aito and many other dis
earns that luad to Insanity or Connumption
and anoarly prnyn, writnfor a pamphlot.
AddrPHNUHAY MKDlt'lNE CO., UufTulo.
N. V Tho fcKaiflo Jlediciuo is sold by nil
anietrists at S ln"r paokuito, or six packmen
for f j,or sent liy mail on receipt of monoy.nnd
with nvery ?5.(KI order W fll.'ARANTEF.
I?70n account of cniint.i.rliitH Wrt inivrt
' r mniiBy roninilca.
nduptt'd tlio Yellow Wrnppor, tho only gouu
iiii'. t-old in Scianton bv ilatthows Uros.
Dr. E). Grewer
Tbo Phllnrir-lpljia Ppnc!nllKt,nnd his niwciatod
Btalf of hntrlish and (Snnniui pliraici.ina,
nro nowpprmanontly loniti'rt at.
811 KI'IIL'CK ST., KCllAVNTON.
Tho doctor in a crrmlunto of tho ITnivorsity of
1 nsylvaiiia,rorinrly domoimtiator of phvsi
oloL'y and surorv nt thn Jlpdico Chirun.'ical
(oliiKo of I'hiliulcli.hitt. A spncialty of
C hroiiio, Norvous, bkiii. ncart, Womb und
DISEASES OF THE HERYOUS SYSTEM
Tho symptoms of which aro dizziness, lack of
conttclencti, sexual weakness in men and wo
man, bull risiiix in tho throat, spots floating
beforo tlio eyes, losHof memory, una bio to con
centrate tlio mind on ono subject, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, und dull,
ilistrcHscd mind, which untlts them for pur
forminir the actual duties of life, mukinir hap
piness impossible; distrcKHhitf tho action of
the heart, citusinir iiusli of heat, depression of
siiirits, ovil forebodiiiKS, rnwardice, fear,
dreaniH, nielanclidy, tiro easy of company,
fceliiiK ns tired in tlio iiiornink' as when retir
Inc, lack of enow, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depressioii.eousti):ition.
weaknesa of tho limlw, etc. Thoso so alleetud
should commit u immediately and bo restor
ed to perfect health,
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED,
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If yon have been glvon up by your physician
call upon tho doctor and be examined. Hu
cures tlio worst cases of Norvous Debility, Scro
ftila.Old SoresX'atnrrhPiles.Kemalo Weakness,
Affections of tho Eye. Knr, No and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Caucors and Crip
ples of ovory description.
Consultations free and sirirtly sncred and
conlkleutiiil. (Illice hours daily from Va. m.
toll p.m. buudny U to
PAW; mf fQ-!!p
Is an Improvement in Soap.
In the Trolley Soap old methods
and materials are superseded by new
ones. The Trolley Sonp leaves the
clothes sweet and clean and lasts longer
than oilier soaps.
Ask Your Grocer for It,
If he docs not keep it send us order for
20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
or for a Dox 100 cakes 75 pounds $4.50.
Joseph $, Thorny EHjinfion,
227 Chestnut Street, Phila. "
AT It KT A Hi.
fVMilof tha host quality fjr domogtlo nse,anfl
tf nil slxns, dclirerod ia any part ot ta clt)
at lowest prieo.
Orders left at my office,
,0. 118, WYOM1NO ATFM7K,
fioar room, first floor, Thirl National Dank,
or sent by mall or telephone to the mine, wtil
receive prompt attention.
Kpeciul contracts will be made for the aaU
and delivery of buckwheat CoaL
WML T. SMITH.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Hare removed their oflico to their
141, 143,145,147, 149, 15)
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 808
PFITRIl RrtOB CO., Ino'p. Capital, 11,000.000.
I1KST 81. no SHOK IN THE WOULD.
"A dollar Hired it a dollar earned." u
TfiUT.nllo'Koll,l French OoiiKoluKldltur.
ton Hoot dollvered free anywh.rn In tho U.S., on
receipt oi uann, Money uracr,
or 1'o.tsl Noto for il.W.
Kuual. every wny the boot,
sold in nil retail itorci for
MM. W mnlco thin boot
ourselves, therefero wo guar
antee tht flt.ttiile and wrnr.
and if any ono is not attilird
wa will reinna uio money
or send auotnor p.ir. uper.
Toe or Common ucnte,
wliiths V, Js KB.
.'ft 's.iic 1 to s ana nan
l'T ' .rVnlzon. Sendvourttte:
fT. ttfv vui Jit you.
Dexter Shoe CUoxStt
Special termt to Vtaltt:
in 10 to to dun ty
1 edy. anitirnmntr.tMekKl t iwlwuemid.
!IV.itiv. pronh uid lw-pmgm book. Illnstratwl from
llfofmni pMfltBund,fr) by mill. Whoo HotHprlnp
at M.rrraryful, fhi, MnnlO Remod will
I potitWflT ran. COU( HKakUt HI., (:!, III. I
E. Robinson's Sons'
ITannfactarar of the Celebrated
100,000 Bbts. Per Annum,
MINING, BLASTING AND STORTING
Manufactured at tha Wapwallopon Mills, Liv
aurue county Pit., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr,
General Aeont for the 'Wyoming District,
itS Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa,
Third National Bank Building.
TITOS. FOT?U PittKt on. Pa.
JOHN B BAUTH & KON; Plymouth. Tx
E. W. MUIXIOAN, Wilketi-Uarro. Pa.
Agents for the Kepaun CUeinioai Com
rany'B High Exploaivua.
Atlantic Refining Go.
llanflfacturors and Dealers in!
Illnminating and Lntricatiag
Linseed Oil, Nepthas and Gaso
lines of all grades. Axlo Grease,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com
pound ; also, a large lino of Pan
raffiue Wax Candles.
We also handle the Fnmons CROWN
ACME OIL, tho only family safety
burning oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manage
Office: Coal Exchanges, Wyoming Ava
Works at Pino Uroou.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
Booms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bld'g,
MINING andB LASTING
Vade at the MOOS 10 and BUSH
Lafllin & Rand Powdor Co.'
ORANGE GUN P0WDEB
Electrio Batteries, Faiei for explod
ing blasts, Bnfety Fuse aud
RepaunoChemical Co. ' High Explosives
EemovoK Freoklm, Plmplnn,
Liver MoSei, Blaokhcicit,
Sunburn afid Tin, and ru
stores the eldu to Its origi
nal fretiliness, producing a
Minn n.irl noulthv nm.
. V.lv. U1 . . ' ....... . -l .
prcpamuoiiB ana in-ru-ruy xinrrait-sa. n iu
clrugglnts, or mailed fbrSOcts. Scud iur Circular,
VIOLA 8KIM 80AP U ilmplr Ineomiwibl u a
rtln r-urilylng Bop, UDinftla tot th toilet, nod without a
rltti lor tha auwrj. AbealuielT par a&d ddkala! ttwU
nua. At dramlm. Price 25 Conh.
G. C. BITTNER ACO.,Toi.eoo,0.
For nale by Matthew Ilroi. and John
jwijsy y. ''i .
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The abovo brands of flour can be had nt any of tho following merchants,
who will nccopt ThkTiuuunu floub coupon of 25 on eaoh ono hundred pounds
of flour or CO on each bitrrol of flour
Kcrnnton-P. P. Trie?, VTashinston avonuo I
runuioru K P. )'ric. CoM Mo;lal Hranil.
l'unuiuru 1''. D. Alanluy. bupurlutiva bran l.
II j (In Park Carson At Davln, Washburn M,
Uold Mcd.il Itr.inrJ; J bl'1-Ii A. iitarn, Mum
avonun, buporlativo IJriiid.
Given Ki(l:?.-A.li.iipi'in-ur.lnld lloiuil Brand.
J. T. Irlcliulo, Bupcrlutivo.
lVovidcnco l-'uunor & ClitipcU. N Main ave
nue, riupcrlativo UrandjU. J. Oill'iipio, W.
Markot atrcot, Kol'l Mo'lrd Brand.
Olyrihant-Jami-H Jnrdun. (iupcrlativo Br.mi
Pi'i kvillo Shiillcr Ss Kilo r. Huperlativ.
Jurmvn-C, L. Winters St Co, bupei aiativo
An.'hbald JoucH, HirapHon &: Co.. Hold Modal.
(.'artioniliilo-B. B. Clark, (lold Medal Brand.
Hiiendalu-I. N. 1'uatur it Oo. Gold Modal.
Miuouku M. K. l.avllo '
LOUIS B. SMITH!
Dealer in Choice Confections and Frnifs.
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenue.
M and STEEL
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS RROS,
Wholesale anil retail dealers' in
That wo will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounce for ounca,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUU
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
Wo always may bo what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
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22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
bEFOREANOAFTEH USIKG.no other. AdUnisa MfcttVK NCEltt'U.. Masonlo temple, CU1CAQU.1U.
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by H.C. SANDERSON, Druggist, cor. WaahingtoD
and Suruoe streots.
ffiSfW'-'Seiid for clroular.
1 or hulii 'jyC. M. 11AKKIS, DriiKitUt,
imettlSM needi reliable, monthly, roctlUtlntt medlcln. Only hamltMB&J
tho purest drugs should be um1. II jou want the boat, gel
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
They are prompt, nale tnfl certain In remit. The genuine (ur, rears) peyer ainae
ForBalc by JOHN H
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
from IhiK r. Tribune, Atn,l.XH&
"CmCAQO, Oot 81. Fhe first offloW
annouDcemont ot World's Fair di
plomas on flonr baa been made. A
medal bas beon awarded by the
"World's Fair judares to the flour manu
factured by tha Waabbnrn, Crosby Co,
in tbo groat Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee report!
Ihe flour strong and pare, and entitle!
it to rank as first-class patent flour fop
family nnd bakers' uso."
& CON NELL
TTI10I.ES ALT. AGENTS.
Taylor-Judgo & Co., Gold Medal; Athorto?
: Co., Suporlativ
Pnryea Lawrence Store Co.. Gold MedaL
Moosic-John McCrindlo, Gold Medal.
1'ittBton-M. W. O'Boylu, Gold Modal.
Clnik'aUrwri Fraco & Parker. Superlative.
Uurk'8 hummit-F. M. Youiik, Gold Medal.
I'altou-S. K. Finn & Son, Gold Kodal Uraai
Nn liolxon-J. E. llardin.
Waverly-M. W. Blias & Son, Gold MedaL
l act-iryvllle-Charlos Gardner, Gold Medal.
Hopl.oitoia-N. M. Hun & Sou, Gold Medal.
Tobyhanna-T'ibyhauua Lehlub Lumber
Co., Gold Medal Brand.
Oonldaboro-S A. Adams. Gold Medal Brand,
Moneow Gaige & Clomonta, Gold Medal.
Lake Aril James A. Bortree, Gold Medal.
Forest Citr J. L. Morgan ft Co., Gold Med
R, R. SriKES
Wagonmakera' and Blacksmith'
onMd, ftirhni nk Momnry, of Hraln iower. Headaclie, Wahefulnpia.
LuKt Manhood, Nlnhtly Knilstluns, NerToutnoim.alldralUBand loo pnwor
InUoupratlvptuvunsof oltli'rwxoauaed byoverrxortlon.youlhriilerrora.
pr(.,...vouw of tubaeoo. opium oral IniulanM, which lend fc InUnnltr. Con
junMtUtin)i-IiraiiltT. Can l carried In vest popkot. VI pr box, for
Ihy ninll iirrnnlit. With a Wff order e give written Kiinrantee to wire
.ru.,llk.MM.f. npniil.rfri.iv HiA h. all riminHatn. Al.kfOrtt.tKk
ever offered to Ladiea,
ed to married Ladies.
Frlt - e 1.00 per tox 0 boxea loir $5.00,
1 37 Toon A venue.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Ave nut and