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J IIE FCUANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORXING. ' JULY 17, 1894.
Bo do our
Them's uo discomfort in tho fiory
rays of a July sun wlion rollcctod
SUITS LIKE THESE
Ladies' Duck Suits at $3,
"Late' Duck Suits at $3.59,
Ladies' Dud Suits at $4,
V CltTII S3.
Ladies' Duck Suits at $5,
Our F.ishion Monthly for July,
Describes a:id contains tlio
leading fashions, latest dress ma
Elevating and pleasing reading
for tho home.
Given away to those who call
for it at our store.
of Do(er, N.
Mits Soarles, of Dover, N. J., who
was the guest of hor cdusins, the Misses
hgbert, recoivcd a telegram on batur
day evening annouocing that her
father had been killed.
Mrs. Thomas Berger, aftor ypendiiie
two weeks with relatives here has re
turned to her home in Cumberland,
The Presbyterian Sunday school of
Drake's hall held their annual picnio
on Saturday, and an enjoyable time
Whs had by all,
'J lie Ladies' Aid society of the Brick
church, will he held at the home of
Mr. Andrew Alden, on Wednesday.
Tho firm of Drako & Stewart have
placed a now safe in their store.
Mrs. Naucy Saundrs, of Avoci, is
visiting nt the home of Thomas Drake.
. Drako has returned home from a
week's stay at Mt. Pocouo.
The young men who stoned the house
ot II. Johnson were sent to tha county
The trustees of tbo Brick ohurch held
n business meotiug ou Monday even
ing. Lewis Miller, who had his arm
broken a week ago, U Improving under
i the care of Dr. Stegner.
Irs. Eugene lloller returned hoim
.Monday from a two weeks' visit
elatives in Monroe county.
lay afternoon ai Miss Kit
driving ovor tho Licka-
Ige.her horsa b'-came friglit-
ind organ and started to
' to the prompt action of
orss was stopped. Uae
iill forms of Headache.
provod to be the very
i rmanont cure and tho
L'ltual sick headaches
We urge nil who ore
Lbottlo and give this
' cases or uanttual
littors cures by L'iy-
I lie bowels, nm I few
, or this medicine.
I '8 only Fifty cents
'iiol Tnbbs wit-
I) with Scranton
4t church excur
Is place this niora-
ifined to bis home.
ie were at Syracuse
llo, had a serious
d at an electtio
I the sidewalk at
ran out as fur
and from there
'od the nearest to
in the glass ball
,000, nnd the number
wan O.Ool. He won
reclining chair offered
fie auxiliary of Price
A. Williams called upon the
pondout and wanted a correction
iu regard to the item which im-
Fd in this column last week that he
iKigned the management of the
clerks ball club and accepted society
tor of the lloruld. Mr. Williams
has not accepted a position with the
Humid hnt will rllnnniah hla hold nil
Tukbe m nothing like Dr. Thomas' Ecleo
trio Oil to quickly cure a cold or relieve
hoarseness. Written bv Mrs. M. J. Fel-
lows, Burr Oak, Be. JoBoph county, Mich.
Eiirht valuable, cows owuvl by Sara
uol Davis nnil 1 1 is neighbors iu the vi
cinity of tlie Boston initio sustained
injuries that resulted in thoir death ou
Saturday ln"t. The cowb wandered to
thc Lel.igh Valley out off trucks whore
they wera mot by ft luoomoiive pullinif
a train of curs. Tho cows took fright
and instead of louyinp; the truck started
to run ahead of tho rapidly riproncli
inc engine. The cows kept th track
for nearly a quarter of h mile. Tho
train kept saining and finally
struck tint rear cow tossing it down
the embankment. The other cows Bet
ing the danger loft the track nt a point
where a nines of Btono hiy. In jniup
tritr. tho cows lundol promiscoinly ou
tho ledjjoof rock with tiio rasult that
every one of them were, bo badly in
jured from brokon let,' that thoir
owners wcro compelled to kill tlwiu.
For the third time within a fortnight
burglars made 1111 unsuccessful at
touipt to enter Dr. Heap's dental par
lure on Main street.
At tho Catholio Total Abstinonco
eoiiTenlion held Sunday in this plac a
vote of thanks wns tendered th St.
Aloysitis society for the hospitable,
treatment vstetid'.-d tho delegates, and
to tho various nowspnpen that publish
tho proceedings of the convention.
Tho following young ladies and gon
tleinon of this place spent Sunday at
Coray's grovo: Misses Nel'.io Cum
inings, Maggie Joyce, Annie Eirly
Maine MeG-e, May liolin, of Carbon
dale, and Nellie lloran. of Duumora;
William Fay, J. McOuire, James
Roouey, Tim Durkiu, F. Gillospie, P.
No 10 and Birtium collieries of tho
Peusylvania Coal company are idle this
week. All the other collieries are
The Lehigh Valley pay car passod up
tho road yesterday, making glad the
hearts of its employes by the distribu
tion of the monthly wages.
Mr. W. 11. Uaiues Beach, nephew of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mcl DeWitt, and
Miss Helen Kilchell, of Boonton. N.
J., will bo married at the homo of tho
bride's parents tomorrow at 2 o'clock,
the following people from this placo
eave on the 7 .A) Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western train tomorrow
morning to attend the. wedding: Mr.
and Mrs. A. Mel. Do Witt. Mrs. O. F.
Gaines, Lydia K D.iinan, O. U, Daman)
W. II. McMillan. Sara McMillan,
Maine Ostrnmler, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walau, of
Wilki'9-Barre, called on frionds here
Mrs. H. M. V lseman and daughter
Maud, leu vo to lay for Lake Curoy to
gone two weeks.
Mrs. L. G. GomTman, of William
street, has relumed from Scrantou
where she has been visiting fur the
past few days.
Ihe Misses Nona nnd Anna Ken
nedy, Mr. and Mrs. 13. D. Huffman, of
Scrauton, and the Misses Tanhill and
brothers, of this i)l.au picniced at
Fulling Sprius yesierday.
Mrs. Egbert Leaeli, of Geor:'town,
Pa., returned to her homo on Monday
Wir.ford and Harry Northup spent
a day among relatives here a few days
Mrs. J. W. Mullinex visited friends
iu Scott on Thursday and Friday last.
Miss tiuma Conn returned from an
extended visit among frionds in New
ark, N. J., also visiting many points
in Now York city, Brooklyn and along
tho ocean bench.
Miss Anna Van Nnrt. of Scranton, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. F. Brigham.
Miss Mae Benedict visited friends in
Olyphant last wack, returning on
J. bursa ay.
Mrs. Mas Chapman, of Washington
State, who has beu visiting her Rister,
Mrs, II. N. Patrick.returucid ou Thurs
Mr. Cot belt and familv, of Scranton,
have taken up their summer boarding
at J. D. Aylesworth's.
A large nnmbor ot onr Summit po-
ple attended the excursion to Butch
Grove on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Ackerly are both
reported npou tho oick list.
S. D. Miller, -of Scott, a woll known
and esteemed citizen, dropped d.ad in
the street, near his honi", while, driving
his cows to pasture on Ihundny last,
from paralvsi9. Interment was made
in family burying ground near his lilo
The lecture pivsn by tho R-?v. J. 0.
Woodruff, of Binghumtou, on Friday
evening in the interest of the Epworth
league was highly apprclated. ihe
social, which was given at tho close of
the lecture, was well patronized and
the league received substantial aid
Mifi9 Bertha Curli3, of Scrantou,
visited with her sister ovor Sunday,
Mrs. William Peters.
Mrs. Windsor Po;ter loft yesterday
to visit with frionds at Benton for a
Regular communication of Oriental
Star lodge, Free and Accopte l Masons,
will bo held this evening.
Frank V. Simpson, of Blakoly, is on
the sick list.
Wesley Whiting, of Syracuse, N, Y. ;
M. E. Whiting, of (,'irboudale, aud
lloury Llofd, of Kingston, wor
among the visitors in town yestorday.
The 3-months old child or Mr. nnd
Mrs. Robert Telford died at their bom
at Grassy last Sunday and w is buried
at Prospect cemetery hro yesterday
The severe wind storm hero last
Sunday afternoon broke tho top of a
big msple tree in front of Mrs. Brown's,
on Main street, which fell across the
electric wires and stopped the cars
from making through trips 'for about
one hour. Councilman Foster Sntu
mond, Street Commissioner Dirtlott
and part of bis Btull soon oloured tho
District Grand Chief William Ken
nedy, assisted by Past Cuiefs William
IIawkin, Thntuns Cook, James Wat
kins and Benjamin Jirvie, in"tlloi the
nDlcersof John Wesley, 340, Knights
of the Golden Erfgle, last Friday even
ing. The following are tho officers for
ensuing year: Past chief, William
Perris; vice chief, Amos Uamphlett,
noble chief, John Sirwatkaj nir b"rald,
John Bray j muster of records, James
Watkins; chief of exchequer, Thomas
Cook; knight of exchequer, George
Cooper; high priest, Cephas Cooper;
worthy chief, Luko Hall; ensign, Ben
jamin Williams; venerable hermit,
Will Snyder; first guard, John Kelly.
Iter. Father Shatiley, formerly of
Ashland, has been appointed rector of
St. Thomas parish. Tbo reverend geu
lletmin clbrutod mass here on Sun
day last. Futher MeManne, of Provi
dence, in a few well chosen words in
troduced Father Shanley to the cou
gregation. Miss Alice Barret, of Main street, la
very ill with diphtheria.
In the name of common sense and
snffjring linmanlty we. again call the
attention ot nor council to tho need of
a bo.ird of health. More will bo said
on Ibis ful j'.ct later.
M. P. Dc.ffy, of Sernnton, is visit
ing bis brother, M. J. Duffy, iu this
Tho Women's Christian Temperance
union will meet at the home of Mis. E.
D. Burton on Thursday ut 3 p. m.
Miss Nellio Iiollohan, ot Smqno
haiiua, who ha.; been visiting friends
in town, has returned home.
Frank Brown is having an addition
to his residence on Dayton nvonuu.
Attorney E It. W. Searle, of Sas
ciuehanna, was iu town today.
Mr. and Mrs D. E. Stanford, of Cort
land, N. Y., who have been visiting nt
the reuideuce ot W. h Barnes, have re
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Former aro
visiting Conklin friends.
J a lues liutchinyi', of New Milford,
huii opened a boot nnd shoe slore in the
building recently used us tha p 'SU'iuce.
The Jiiillateal school bo.ir 1 have
hired the following leuchers for tho
enniing year: Principal. Charles E,
M"X!ey; grammor departmaut, Miss
Kit tie l'u;e; tirs t liilerineiiiato, Miss
F.ninii) Simmrell; second intermediate.
Misd Anna Adamx; first primary. Miss
Ida Tultle; second primary, Mias
Tho teachers meeting will Le hold ut
t;.e homo of iiufus Smith, of Pino
street, un Friday evening.
Warren Van Loan spout Sunday
with friends iu Hartford, Pa.
The grounds about the now bouse of
C. J. L uiiIey on Pine streot are being
graded au 1 much improved.
A number of new houses are being
built iu this thriving town this Hum
our. Joseph Mcleod's homo on New York
avenue is in the nands of the painters,
who aro makine- it look much better.
Louis Ives, of Blnuhauiton. who has
been viuitiug friends in this place, has
A number from out of town have
been here to iuyestigatu tlie stone
quarry of R. C. DuB iis and pronounce
n one of the iiuoat iu this bjcUou.
Miles Bennett has killed forty-three
rattlesnakes this spring on the moun
tains about t:ils place, Ibo largest one
that lie killed mo;.BUrfld four feot long
an 1 had eleven rattles.
James Davis visited Binyliamton to
C. W. Mtinson, of this place, epout
MtiMuy wun trieudi una relatives in
Ciaylon lijniiett, who was bitten by
a rattlesnako on Saturday, an account
of which was published in Monday's
iT.:iil'NU, is U"lng Wi ll.
Bruce Chase, of E iston, is visiting
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Chase, in this place.
Kev. 1C. Is . Ives, or liiugli.nnton, was
caliiug ou his dauthlerii, Mrs. L. G,
immons aud Mrs. B. li. Tanner, to
Ihe Young Peoples Society of Chris
tian Endeavor of the Bnptist church
will give an entertainment iu that
churou Friday tvening, July 19. The
programme is not yet arranged, but
will be puuiisueu iu a TiiiisU.Nt: of later
Burgens DoB'iia vetoed Ihe Main
street bill, and a special meotiug of tho
council is called for Wednesday even
ing to decide whother the veto is sus
William Adams, the popular nnd
genial operator at this place, is enjoy-
mg a line bicycle.
'1 he cottage meetincr will be held at
tho home of Mrs. L. N. Fraudd on Fri
Mr. Amos Biidon. of Cazonova. N.
Y., a former resident of Groat Bend, is
visiting old mends in that place.
there will bo interesting races at
the llailutead and Great Bend track on
Thursday and Friday, July 10 and 20,
Hors.'s from Scranton, Biughamton
an I rr.nkhaiinuck, and excellent
county hois !s will be present. There
will bo bicycle races each day. Ad'
mission 2a cents.
Mrs. Elitn Wright, of Hopbottom, is
visiting jUiss Alice Waterman.
Miss Ivtthloeu Sliker. of Ilacketts
town, N. J., is tho guest of her brother,
A M. bilker.
Among tho parties reuistered at the
Sprinc House, Heart Lake, Saturday
July I t, for a weeks' stay, wore tlie
following from Montrose: D. A. Tits
worth, Mrs. Tilsworth, Lillian Mu
Tilsworth, LewUav Titnworth, Gaoru
M. Bos'.wick, C. E Tilsworth, Besui
Burrs, llmie A Burns. L. S. RivnP'
ford, S. McUollum. II. A. Lyons, Wi
ham D B Ain-y, W. E. Carpenter nn
wife; from Bi.iu'liamton: O. R. Wil
Hams, L A. Williams, G. W. Tailman
W. A. Armstrong, M. B Nichols, Car
no Benjamin, G. G K mppel, A
Andrews, Mrs. A. B, Conklin, Miss A
11. Conklin, Mis i G. B. Conklin, Mi-
Helen Conklin, G.iorgo Briggs, Wi
Marland, Lou Ravmond. May Koacli
Eva Adams, Nellie Foster, William
Aruistong, William Tailman; New-
York city: Thomas E. Conklin; Sorun
ton: B. W. Bump.
William M. Donitoa, chus of '05 the
Academy's delegate to tho Young Men
C. iridium association cotifer'nee nt
Norihfield, Macs., wns in town Friday
Ho reports a very pleasant and profit
Professor E, Hulley is to load th
consecration meeting at the Tri-conuty
Christian Endeavor union, which
meets at Wnverly on Wednesday.
Pfofessor Whltford aud family have
gonp to Urookhold, N. Y., to Bpond
pari ot tne vacation.
The ladies' chapel, dining room, lib
rarylaud a number of students' rooms
havel been painted nud repapered.
( Critioiolng a Youna Lady.
"Phil would bo a pretty girl for but one
"WhVt'slhntr asked Charley.
Georio Her face Is always covered with
nnrple anu red blotciies.
Charity Oh, that' easily enough dis-
posoil of. Used to be the snmo way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble one
day, ami got rid of it in no time,
(leorc'i) What was Itf
I'harliy Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short tourse of P. P. P. I tell you, it1
tho boK blood corrector. The governor
had rhetnnatiam so bad that you could
hoar hitli holler clour across tho country
every uine no moved, lie tried it. am
you kuikv what an athletic old cent ho is-
now. JI somebody would give JUiss .Daisy
a pointer, slin would tlianK tliom after
wards.! All the drug stores soil it.
' Colenal Wuttirnn Gitwa Pooticol.
I Ijmiirtlln Cit n riff-Jo urn til.
Now don't von do it, Mr. Debs
Diin't tackle Uncle Hum,
Ten thousand thousand Johnny Robs
( nn tell you that the projick, Debs,
Ain't worth a "linker's dam."
The Bcmn of Prlntnra' Ink.
Ubere are printed In this country up
.vara of muuu diltoront papers aud inaL'i
ziues.aud in all tho rest of the world bi
IL D. Jones, of Cirbondalu, visited
the home of John U. Joans, on Dela
ware stret, Sunday.
Mrs. El ward Pentecost resturnod to
her home in Promnton yesterduy after
a few days' visit with her parents, Ir.
anil Mm. Jennings, of Delaware street.
riorence May, the two-and-a-uair-
year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Jones, died on Satnrdty, Funeral was
eld yesterday afternoon. Interment
u Foreft City cemetery.
Miss Lena Reynolds is occupying tne
position of clerk in W. T. Davios' shoe
Frank Carlueci, of Scranton, who is
operating au extensive and excollent
tone quarry about a mile above tins
ace, was in town today.
Charles T. Bates, of Reading, is
spending his regular summer vaoutiou
in tins place with his uncle, Ut. il, L,,
Grander. Churlios many young friends
are pleased to see him again.
A parlor meeting of tho Women s
Christian Temperance nniou will be
Id in the Methodist iMiluoopal par
sonage tomorrow evening. Mrs. Cook,
Suhquehnnnu. president of the
comity unions, will bo present uud de
liver an address. Refreshments will
be served. A cordial iuvitation is ex
tended to all.
Mrs. J, R. Jones visited Carboudalo
friends aud relatives yesterday.
Uuunie Allen, the uonnlar agunt of
Tun TitibUNK, returned Saturday from
week s visit with his brotner, ijOW F.
Allen, ot Clark's Summit.
An escnreion aud basket picnio from
this place to Lake Poyntolle by the
united Sunday schools will be run ou
Tuesday, July 21, via tho Now York.
Ontario and Western railroad. Special
Miu leaves Povntelle nt 5 30 p. m.
Lake Poyntolle is one of the most beau
tiful sheets of water in this part of the
state of Pennsylvania and iB eiUuted
au elevation of over V.wu
feet above sea levol. There is
splendid grovo with all the necessary
ccomuiolations for picknickers. On
the lake aro nineteen row boats and it
is altogether au id'al place to spend a
ay s outing. The committee in
hiirge hav provided for amusmmt8
f various kinds and will also furuish
xcdlent and abundant music. All
iuds of refreshments will bo served on
he grounds. The publio is invited,
''aro for round trip from Forest City,
00 oents; children, 05 c.ent3. E.tcntive
ommittee, J, jj i:nryl, u. IX. rday anu
'ro lessor W. G. Trim.
Rev. Kongo Moriya, of Japan, fa
vored the people of this plac , Sunday,
bv giving two excellent itdur8es in
he Methodist Episcopal church. In the
morning Mr. Moriy.i spoke on "Ihe
tellglons and People of Japan and
Missionary Work Among Them." Iu
he evening lie spoke on Ihe lieli-
gions ot Japan Compared wiih Chris
tianity. Mr. Moriya, seven or eight
years ago, became converted to C:iris-
tianity through Amorican misBion-
nes and nvo years ago came to
his country to prepare himsi-lf for
ini-siouary work, lie is taking i
onrse of study nt Syracuse university.
Hia ancestors were Shinto liiuh prieUs,
lie was a person lorn to wealth inn
position, but was finally persuaded to
forsake his ancestral altars, disregard
nir tho protest of bis family and
friends to ally himsdf with the religion
Cbiist. After the address in the
evening Mr. Moriya dressed in his na
tivo costume aud showed a number of
Mrs Georeo Lewsley retnrned home
Saturday evening from a three weeks'
visit with friends in Pittston.
Sir. and Mrs. F. W. Day nnd son
Ralph, of Wilkes Birr, aro the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bassett, of Thorn
The Columbia Hose company are
doing everything possible to make their
excursion lo Farview this week, I1 n
d iv, a most enjoyable event. Ia the
morning there will be running hors
races for a priz.i of s.iO, and the follow
ing horses will be entered: Blue Eye,
Scranton, Mollie V. Windsor, Hjso Uud
Wilkes-Bariv. Straight lip, Black
Hawke. Carbondalo. During tho af
tornoon choice musio will be rendered
by tho popular Mezirt band.
Messrs. W. il. Lattirop. it. A. Jad
win. Charles orchard, u. U uakor. W.
Hamilton and George Van Ivmren
ppjnt the Subbath at Crystal L ike.
il. . iioiton returned to tins citv
yesterday morning, aftor a few days'
stay nt II nies lale.
Miss Mabel Li wards, of Park street,
is on an extended visit in tho Cutskill
Calvary Baptist church of
will picnic at a arview lodiiy.
George Junes ii'id John
spent Sunday with Ilonesdale
Miss Agnes ilemiricus, ot
Bend, who has been the guest of Miss
Allio Chase during the past two weeks,
rotnrnod home yestorday, accompanied
by Miss Chase.
Miss Cora JiiStabrooic lias returned
from a visit with friends iu Conujcti-
Miss Laara Davenport, of Pittston.ls
the guest of Mrs. C. W. Mollen, of
Mr. Barrett, of West Pittston, was
tho guest of his sister, Mrs, B, R. Hall,
of Girfr.'ld avenue, over Sunday.
The Loynl Temperunce Legion will
hold a picnic this evening (Tuo-day) in
the grove ou the "river bank. A good
timo Ie in store for all who avail them
selvts of this opportunity to help along
a good cause.
Mrs. Charles Snyder is ill.
Mrs. John Metz is recovering from
her recent illness.
The celebrated far famed Crocker
family of ltendham, will be present
this evening (Tuesday) nt tho services
iu the Metnodist Episcopal church and
render soma clinic vocal selections.
Services begin nt 7 30.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
socloty will hold their social at the
home of Thomas Hailstone, Thursday
evening, July 19. They aro striving to
raise money to p iy for bnilding the
new parson i go that is in course of
erection on Main streot.
MesdumeB Bouse and Waterman were
in Scrantou yesterday ou a shopping
Miss Helen Ives visited Duumore
frionds over Sunday.
lhiivinir Suck Industry.
P ihuli'lphia fiYroii.
George A. McKettridtre, of btroudRburi?,
Pa., raisos lo.ooii ducklings per year and
finds a ready sale for them as "groen
ducks." Uo uses the Tekiu breed, aud
makes them weiirh Ave pounds each when
they are 10 weeks old. Ho hatches them
iu in i abaters nnd raises thm for market
In brooders. The prices ure highost iu
April, May and June. T he Pekiu Is pu
wnito in piumuRB and the tuatiiers aro
therefore an Important item also. They
are sum, uresseu, una snipped aiuiy.
I'ust Comn or Perlth.
AVie York tun.
Tho flag of Demooracy is jnst where
Senator Hill plained it lnte on last Tues
day night, and Democracy will come up to
mat mars or it win psrisu.
A great many reports havo been cir
culated around here concrniug a bear
that is at largo nud roaming about the
wooua in rue vicinity of the line and
Wyoming Valley railroad. A number
of women from this plaee. who were
picking berries last week claim to
huve seen it nud also a number of boys
say they saw it on Friday. Nobody
has taken the trouble as yot to investi
gate the matter of ascertaining the
truth of the reports.
Director G. T. D.ivis. of Greenwood.
left Saturday night for New York to
meet a party consisting Mrs. Davis, his
wife, and vv. U. iliomiiBon and wife,
who ure sojourning at that place.
Urnncli lal, loung Mens IiiBlitute.
Basn Ball club, of Minooka. cbnlloiiuei
the Electrics, of Taylor, to a game on
Saturday, the 21st. Answer through
The Thiuune. Johu Egan, Manager.
A mule belonging to the Greenwood
"VhI company was killed yesterday iu
the old shaft with a trip of or
Mrs. George Furtun, of Wilkos-
Birro. is visiting at the home of hor
mother, Mrs. Morris Mangan, on Main
There will bo a upoolal meeting of
the Young Men's Institute. No. Hl, to
night to urrunge for their coming so
An infant girl of John Fenuey, of
Main utreet, is very ill.
Tho supervisors of the township are
doing good work on the roads aud
Imvo repaired tno mam thoroughfare
as it required to be dono whore dan
gerous spots existed.
The school board of Lackawanna
township will meet on Friday night lu
No. 3 school aud appoint tho teachers
for the next term. Miss Hannah Mary
Thomas bus resigned hor position us
assistant at tho Greenwood school and
hor position will be filled on Friday
Griflith T. Davis, of Greenwood, and
family are visiting at Atlantic City.
HE RESPECTS A CONTRACT.
Intvrrtcw with a lliiiln rnj Knginrer.
When by an ugi'eemont a scale of wages
is fixed upon aud other rules are aureed
upon with a railroad company, Urand
Chief Arthur insists the brotherhood must
olserve the agreement unless sumetliing
dishonorable is done by tho railroad
company, and this has male him
a few enemies iu our own brother
hood, but in every case, when investigated
by our level-headed members, Arthur is
shown to Imvo acted honorably and In a
manner which best protected our organi
zation, and in every enso ho has lived
down any scandal or nukiud thnut made
againut him fur not carrying out the
wishes of som i hot-ho uled members of
our organization or of some other of the
FOLLIES OF THE PAST.
iVcio l'orfc IlnrnliL
It is significant und encouraging to note
that nowhere hi.s the spirit of loyalty to
tho government been stronger than m the
south. By the press, in public meetings,
and by the voice of tho south on tho Hour
of couiiress but ono centirnent bus been ex
pressed, and that is in applause of tho gen
eral govern men t for its nciion to uphold
tho national supremacy when meunrud bv
deuauce and violence, rto better proof is
needed that sectioual feeling nud stickling
for stute rights are, both north and sutiih,
follies of the past.
Yet Folke Cr for More.
Thoro nre printed in the United States
some l,t5() daily newspapers, whoso issue
agg! ogates over T,M)0,0iU copies per diem.
In other words, there Is a daily paper
printed for evory other family in the
I Can Honestly
"For years I was In a very serious condition
Willi catarrh of tho stomach, bowels and Madder.
I suffered intensely
from dyspepsia, and
in fact was a miser
able wreck, merely
a skeleton. I seem
ed to go from bud
to none, I really
wished 1 was dead.
I had no rest day or
night. I did not
know what to do. I
o. s had taken co much
C medic ino of the
j wrong mini mui il
ills' had nolsoncd mo.
''fAVi anil my llmwr nails
f( t VV!.,Vl.cBnn I. lru
: Mr. w. 15. Yminir, Mai lt and cnino og.
1'uttcr'. Mills, r. i i.j.an to take
TJood's Sarsaparllla. I had faith hi tlie medk ine,
and It did moi o for me than all prescriptions. I
have gradually r'ninr d prrferl liralili, nm
entirely free from catarrh of the bowels, and
pain in my back. Jly recovery Is simply mar
velous." V. It. YOPNU, l'otter's Mills, l'a.
Hood's Pills relievo distress after eating.
from Li in
' i of
THE GREAT aoth l)v
prwlnres (be above results in n; days. It neb
liuwei'tiillyuml iimrkly. fures when all utliein lull
VeniiK men w ill ret. nil thuir lnut lnmileHHl.iiinl old
wen will rcenvir tln-lr youtliliil vmnr by iisiiik
It V I O. It ftulchly ami surely resloies Ni rvouH
neiiH. I.n.-t Vitality, Iiepiileney, Nixlilly Lniissions,
Lost bower, FalliiiK Mi-mory, Waslitnr DIki mu, oml
II effects o Kelf-atmi.o or excess and iuiliHureliou.
whieh uulitNnne or Mmly. liiinnesnor lnanlnBi'. It
lint only cureii by staitliiK at the seat of ilineate. but
ianirrent nrrie tonln and blond builder, brlnu
ir li n t; Hid pink Klnw lo imlo cheeks ami re
"loth! tbo Hie of youth. It wards oir IiiKanitv
oiul I'otiMinit.tion. Insbt ou lnviim KICVIVO, no
other. It ran ho carried In vent iioeket. Uy mall,
1.00 per liaekane, or six for fciJ.Otl, with il posl
llvo wrllten Kiiiirunteo to euro or refund
I he money. Circular Irco. Address
S0YAL MEDICINE CO., 63 River St., CHICAGO, ILL.
For sulo by Mnttbows llros., Drucqlsts,
HEART LAKE, Su3quchanna Co.
U. E. CUOFUf Proprietor.
rpIlIS noi'flK Is strictly temnermicn, fa new
I and well fiiriiinliiid nnd uPKiVe'l) TO
nil'. I'i'HI.IU TliK YKAK HOUND; is
located midway b.ttweon Mimtro,o:ui I Scran-
trm . .ll.l,t..a., ,,,..1 i .............. n .. .. O..H.. 1
." ' v. -r.u .,.,, iji.i.n i. iv i.iiii ii i,j,,(,
six 111 iles from 1)., L, & W. It It nt Alrord
Btntion, nhd tlvo mllm from Mmtroui; ea
Hieily, oijthty-llvo; throe minutus' walk t rom
it. ii. Klaxon.
GOOD ioATs. 1 CUING TVCK1.H, He.
I FItKK TO il 10S1H.
Altllufle nbout H,nno foot, unualllntt In this
roHpecttUo Aillroudack aid C.itmlll Moun
I inotrovos. plonty of Khalo and bonutlful
seenefly, lnnkiiiK a Mnnunor ltesort uucx
coileilpn lienuly nnd elie qiuoBS.
L)nn4ni(t pavilion, nwin;s, croipiot i?r ounds,
&e. (dd Siirlnu Wnter nud plouty of Milk.
Iliifei, 7 to SIO per week. 1.0O por
Kxcurslnn tickets sold at all stations on D.
L. k W. lines.
1'orttr niuetsall trnlus.
400 and 402 Lackawanna Avenue.
WE have just purchased for cash
at 50c. on the dollar 32,228 doz.
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, the entire
stock of an importing house retir
ing from business.
Sals Commences Saturday, July 7
5c. Eandercliiefs, sale at
10c. nandkerchM3, sale at ,
15c. Handkerchiefs, sale at .
25c. Handkerchiefs, sale at. .
39c. Handkerchiefs, sale at .
50c. Handkerchiefs, sale at .
H 21 JLl yri il M iJk
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF
We can serve you well. All the
desirable kinds are here and at
right prices. Then we have
other kinds of
koor s uoirerin
Llaolsums, Mattings, Art Squares,
Linen Crumb Cloths, fit
Byzantine, Smyrna and Oriental
Rugs all sizes, from a single door to
sizes large enough to cover an entire
406 and 408
BRANCH STORE: Watt
No tales or history goes with . the goods
we sell at our
dd and End Sab
You will find money by attending our
Odd and End Sale
It is cheap goodness not cheap cheap
ness that distinguishes our
dd mid End Sale
Figures are eloquent when used to indi
cate the value we are giving at our
dd and End Sale
From a critical inspector you will turn an
eager buyer at our
Odd and End Sale
Goods marked in plain, large, low figures
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