The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, August 27, 1894, Page 8, Image 8

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We Keep Up
To the minute on all NEW
. STYLES, and are tho first to
introduce them to the Retail
Every Detail
of Merchandising
Is so carefully watched that
there is slight chance of dis
satisfaction. Quoting Prices Goes
for LITTLE Unless You
Bee the Goods.
Every department is a reser
voir of STYLE and ELE
GANCE, and we offer no
sleepy imitation for patron
ago. BUY HERE, and
You Will Get the Best
Do not drift away from our
Remember, We Take
To Show Goods and Quote
Prices. If we can Buit you
in a satisfactory purchase,
we are both bouefited. We
purchasing what you don't
Our Entire Store,
Our clerks, our system of
buying, all are at your ser
vice. Early Fall Dress Goods
The examination of our Dress
Materials for Fall is early so
licited. The variety of de
signs to choose from is us ex
tensive as formerly. The
qualities, the finish and the
prices are the best.
A refined nchool home, Propares for the
best ColloKI'H.
1 borough oonim In Mnsio nnd Art
Tim:briT Clans gives bast preparation for
Commercial Conrse includes Typewriting
snd Shorthnud.
Posliiowi tweurefl for Graduates.
(Send for new illnstratod circular.
F. M. L0OM1S, A.M., Principal
An Englishman, who once traveled on
foot through Norway, Bays that be was
much attracted by the lameness of the
horses and cows which he saw feeding
along tbe roadside. It indicated a kindly
disposition on the part of the people, he
thought, but he odds:
In my original notes I find a long para
graph overflowing with sontimental ten
derness relative to thexe affectionate cows,
that followed and overwhelmed me ylfl
their loving licks; but I do not transcribe
It, as upon further reflection it is evident
that the licking was mere cupboard love.
All cattle in inland, and especially in
mountainous, districts have a strong crav
ing for salt, and these cows wore merely
licking the deposits from the sea spray
that had falling on my clothes during the
recent voyage.
This discovery was mortifying to my
feelings. Man wishes to be loved for him
self alone, and the spontaneous manifesta
tions of these pastoral, unsophisticated
cows seemed to respond to tbe heart's fond
yearnings. But, alas! even the cows of
Surrendal were liking me for the salt 1
8ecfwts from the Confessional.
A joiner being ordered to' execute some
repairs In a confessional which stood in
the Church of St. Koch, took the oppor
tunity to insert in the woodwork a micro
phone, which he connected by means of
a couple of wires with a telephone receiver
placed In an out of the way corner of the
church, where the man concealed himself
when people went to confession. In this
way he overheard a good many secrets,
which he turned to account by extorting
, hush money from the poor penitents. The
priest was at first suspected of having be
trayed the secrets of the confessional, but
after awhile the trnth came out and the
cnlprit was apprehended and sent to jails
Journal de l'Electrlclte.
Fortunate for the Thieves.
According toan officer of Scotland Yards,
"there are 100,000 piokpocketi in London
aud each one of them knows an American
the moment he sees him." This is very
fortunate for the pickpocket. He might
put his fingers into the American's pocket
and never get them back again, Detroit
lTree Press. .
Fatal Modesty.
A tragic instance of the Hindoo female's
modesty is reported by the Pehar Times.
A house at Pern a, a village near Tlkarl,
containing 11 females caught fire. One
of the women, a newly married bride, not
'Willing to expose herself to tho public
' gaze, declined to leave the place. The rest
resolved to stay with her. The conse
quence was they were all fearfully scorch
ed before they oould be rescued. Seven of
thorn are said to have slnoe died, and the
others are lying In a precarious state.
Cure for H.edaohe.
Asa remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent care and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its influeuca We org all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle and give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
s constipation Electrio Bitters cures by giv
' . Ing the needed tone to tbe bowels, and few
rases long res'ot the use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty ceuts
t Matthews Bros', drag store,
Highest of all in Leavening Powef. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Numerous Members of the Cele
brated Family Gather at Heart
Lake for a Day's Outing.
ftterial to the Scranton Tribune.
Montuose, Aug. 20. The mnre state
ment that the Smith family held a r
uuion at Hesrt lake. Sneqnehsnni
county, Pa., Friday, does not imply
any spcino interest, but the mot tnsc
over 150 members of a certain branoh
of that family were present from vari
ous localities in New York aud Penn
sylvania, and that their geneologicsl
tracings date from 1030, lends some
importance to the oceHsion. Sine tliis
date there have been twency-seven
marriages between the Smith and Tut
tle families, mostly iu busqnehannx
At tbe reunion of last week speeches
were made by It 13. Truendall, VV. C
Smith, Millard Truesdall, of Scranton;
E. B. Smith, of New Milford, and E.
D. Tnttle. Tbe latter gave an Inter
esting history of the Tnttle and Smith
families from 1G!!0. The address whs
delivered by tbe Rev. Ituben Ives, of
Bingbsmton. The new offic'rs are
president, E. B. Smith ; vice-president,
V. C. Smith j secretary, E. B, Hend
rick; treasurer, F. V. Smith.
Two unfortunate accidents happened
during tbe dny. Mrs E. C. Parke, of
Binghamton, fell from a bammook an I
broke her arm, and Mrs. Willnrl
Truesdalt, of Scranton, an old lady,
stumbled over a gripsack and broke
her arm.
In addition to the following many
children, whose names eould not be
learned, were present:, Mrs. J. L. Mer
riinun, Upsonville, Pa. ; Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Lawson and family, Bingham
ton; II. S. Bradley and family. Nsw
Milford; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Upson
ville: Mrs. Langdon and Miss Stevens,
Wilkea-Barre; E. B. llendricb, Ting
ly; George Kirk, Suqnbanna; Corne
lia Smith, Binghamton; E. A. Smith
aud family, Heart Lake; Mr and Mrs.
T. C. Smith, Lawsville Center; H. F.
Smith and family, Upsonville; Mr. and
Mri W. A. Smith, Binghamton; Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Harrison, New Mil
ford; Mrs. Jennie R. Smith
and Miss Smith, Mansfield, Pa.;
Mrs. Ii. S. Deminir, Wilke-Brre;
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Smith, Vena
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. B. B Hendriek.
all of Hallstead; Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Travis and son, Binghamton; W. H.
Smith, Sholton, Conn.; F. A. Ellithorp,
of West Pittston; Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Tnttle, Hallstead; Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Moffatt aud Mrs. J. H. Park, New Mil
ford; Mrs. J. A. Smith and son, Sos
quehanna; R. N. Ives, C. G. Parke, of
Binghamton; Mr. aud Mrs. J, S. Ja
cobns B. E. Smith, J. B. Smith, Bing
hamton; Abbia Knoller, M. K.
Tattle, E B. Green, Parmslia Green,
of Great Bnd; C. S Doming, Wilkes
Barre; M. Lyons, Franklia, Pa. ; Mr.
and Mrs. G. B. Smith, Htllitead; Mr.
and Mrs. A. E Mack, Brooklyn, Pa. ;
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Pickering, Bridge
water; Henry demons, Mr. sad Mrs.
H. W. Howard, Miss & J. Park,
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Travis, Hallstead ;
A. B. Smith, Lawsville, T. D. Carter,
Bridgewater, N. Y. ; Mr. and Mrs. M.
Trnesdell, W. H. Travis, jr., Mr. and
Mrs. G. B. Warner, Binghamton; J.C.
Solomon. Port Jervis; Allie and Ralph
Smith, Upsonville; Mr. and Mrs. E R.
Seaman, Binghamton; Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Smith. Franklin; Mr. ana Mrs. a
D Tuttle, Upsonville; Mrs. O. V.
Fiager. New Milford; W. C. Smith,
Mrs. F. G. Herrick. a F. Contant,
Jane A. Green, Binghamton; Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Summers, of franklin; Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Dibble, Arthur and Allie
Dibble, Hallstead; s. A. bmith and
family, Upsonville; G. C. Smith, Bing
hamton; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smith,
Port Jervis: Mr. and Mrs. H. M.Smith,
jr.. anddaoghtsr, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
. "... - T! ,
Smith ana aaugnter, oi umgnamion;
Mr. and Mrs. E. B Smith and Kose L.
Smith, of New Milford ; Mr. and Mrs.
R B. Trnesdell and Mrs U ii, bmitu
and son, E. P. Smith, Georgie May
Smith, Mr. and Mrs F. A. Smith, F. S
Smith. George H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Park, all of Binghamton ; H. M.
Smith, Mrs. E. A, Smith and I. M.
Mrs. William Parnsh, who has been
sick for the past year, died at her home
on Shoemaker avenue Saturday morn
ing at 3 o'clock, aged 77 years. Tbe
funeral will be held at the house today
(Monday) at 2 30. Interment in tbe
Wyoming cemetery. She leaves an
aged hnsband in very poor health, five
boys and three girls, all of whom are
married except one daughter, Victoria.
Mrs. Parrisb was a daughter of Eli
Swetland, three sisters and one brother
survive hr.
For clerk of the courts, Calvin Hess,
of Wyoming. Subject to the Demo
cratic eonnty convention.
Misses Nellie and May Hesi have
just returned from Brodricksville,
where they have been visiting rela
tives. Mrs. William Stocksr and Mrs. Mar
garet Laubach were at Wilkes-Barre
on Saturday.
Mrs. James English, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Glngel aud danghter . and
Thomas Jones have returned from New
William Sharps, of the Pittston Stove
eompany, was a caller at Towntndi on
Friday evening.
M. L. Blair, Alderman. 5th Ward.
Scranton, Pa., stated Nov. 9, '83: He had
used Dr. Thomas' Ecleotric Oil for sprains,
burns, cuts, braises and rheumatism.
Cured every time.
Jacob Raster and family, wbo have
been visiting friends at Dale ville,
Wayne county, returned home today.
Morton T. fioaser, recently grad
uated from Dickinson eollegejfhas as
cepted the prlnclpalship of the Dan
more schools.
Miss Daisy Hibbler, of Lshlghton, is
visiting mends here.
Tbere is now a rumor afloat that the
proposed Delaware Valley road will
mm into Stroudsbnrc over the New
York, Ontario and Western railroad,,
striking that road at Gravel Place.
Amos Sbeaff, of Chester and Albert
Pbipps, of Philadelphia, are among
mends here.
Tbe friends here of Anna Downing,
f Sorantoo, ;hav received invitation
to her marri g with W. W. Mitchell,
ofUtica, Sept. 5.
MUs Molly Donnelly, of Scranton, is
circulating among frionds here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Wilson, of
Soranton, are spending a few days with
tneir daughter, Mr. W. F. Downing.
The new Normal school has secured
the services or the R-iv. Dr. Albeit
Hebsbman.of Hudttlberg university, for
the chair of mathematics.
The Brown Juniors defeated tbe
Ac'lves, of Greeu liidu'e, , Saturday
nfternoon, in a well played game. The
features of the game were the third
base work of Mcllaleand the bora run
hits of Burke. The score is as follows:
Brown Jrs...,2 0 1 2 6 1 0 0 x-13
Actives 8 0202000 0-0
At an early hour Saturday morning,
fire broke out in the house owned and
occupied by Dominick Reddington. An
alarm was sounded from Plane E and
the gong at the electric power house,
but before the hose company conld re
spond the bouse whs completely de
stroyed Some of the household eil-tcts
were saved. The building was partially
oovered ly insurance.
The Young Men's Christian anion
will bold their reguhir monthly meet
ing at their hall on Scott street this
evening, Business of importunes will
be transacted.
Miss Tessie Sweenv, of Scranton,
visited friends iu town Saturday even
ing. Miss Katie Lenedy, of Curboudale, is
the gnest of Miss Lucy Farrel, of Dun
more street.
There was a lurge attemlanca at the
Republican rally at T. P. Jones' on
Satnrdav night.
Miss Katie Hoban and Mamie Lnwler
are visiting in Carbondale.
Mrs. E. J, Burke, of Green Ridge, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. T. Fallou, on
Susquehanna street.
Miss Alice Sweeny, of Arohbald, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeny,
of Lackawanna street.
W. D. Evans and wife returned from
Windsor Saturday, after spending a
week with friends.
Dr. E. J. Pieroe and family are visit
ing at the letter's home on Garfield
Frank Andrews spent Sunday in
Scranton with bis sister.
J. E. Morgan and A. N. K-rr, both
of this oity. will leave today for New
York and other points of interest. They
will be away about one week.
Miss Jennie Jenkins, clerk in the
Fair, will leave today to spend her va
cation with Miss Edith Stone in Fell
Mrs. M. B. Grennoll, of Brooklyn,
Pa , is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. U
Mrs. C. M. Tncksr and daughter,
Mrs. Boyd Case and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Histed and son, Harland,
snent Sttnrdav in Wnvmnrt
The funeral of C. Fowler, sr.. was
new ounuay aiternoon at his late
home on Garfield avenue at 2 n m.
The funeral was largely attended.
A large crowd attended the Engi
neer's excursion and clam bake at Lake
Poyntolle, Saturday,
Mrs. William Cox is visiting friends
in Honesdale.
Thomas Madden has started a green
market in the Bennett building. Mr.
Madden was disabled in the mines six
months ngo and all should try aud
patronize bun.
supervisors MoGInley and Conghlin
have quite a number of men grading
the street for the electric cars. We
expect to see the ears here In six
An addition is being built to the
school house, ns it is too small to ac
commodate tho large number of chil
dren who attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davy are on a
two weeks' visit to friends at Hones
The Ladies' Aid society on Thursday
atternoon tendered Mrs. Henry Vizzard
a farewell reception. Mrs. Vizzird
will leave for the old country tomor
Mies Blanche Wool returned from n
eevsral wseki visit with Scranton
friends Friday, accompanied by Miss
May Mason, of Scranton. ,
Louis Edelhauserand son, Louis, jr.,
wbo have been the girsts of Louis
Dlin, on Maple avenue, have returned
to New York.
Thomas Crossley. jr.. and wife, of
Forest City, are the guests of their
parents, Mr. ana jurs. Thomas Crossley.
Isaac Tiobettj will return from Phil
adelphia, where he moved this snriuc.
and make bis reeideuee on upper East
Robert Croisley has been confined to
bis borne for several days, but is now
Rev. John M. Lewis, of Grace
church, exchanged pulpits with Rav.
Mr. Urban, of St. Luke's, Serantoo,
Raymond, tbe 5 -year-old son of John
and Mary Ely, of Llnooln street, died
on Saturday rrom typboi 1 fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lee, of Dan
duff, are tbe guests of relatives in
The Infant girl of Benjamin Beldoe
died on Friday, lbs remains were in'
terred at Prieeburg cemetery yester
day along with its mother, who was
burled a lew days ago.
It is reported we are to have a chain
gang in town.
James P. Devers, of Honesdale.
called on friends la town on Satur
Water is beginning to get soaroe
sronnd here.
Neal Matson, of Dickson, is visiting
msnas at Moscow.
Prieeburg readers of Thb Tridonk
say that the Saturday edition was a
Clark's Summit.
The mestiucs in Niobols' crove
Clark's Summit, will be held over an
other Sunday. These meeting are be
ing attended with much saeoess and a
number bave professed conversion.
evangelist u. D. Moore and wife as
sisted by tbe Christian people are work
ing earnestly for the salvation of souls.
Services Snndny were as follows: At
1U30. Sunday school; at 3.3U. a cnu
dren's uieetiust led by Mrs. Moore fol
lowed by a sermon by Rev. F. M. Par
sons; in the evening at 7.30 a sermon
by Rev. (i. D. Moore followed by re
vival services.
A Polander nsmed John Cardish,
who was taken to the hospital on Aug
18. snff -rinir from a fraotnred sknll,
died late on Friday evening.' Cardish
worked in tbe mines at Daryea, ana at
the time of his iniurv his friends told
Superintendent Giosoa that he had
been injnrtd by a fall of roof. Caraisn
was uncousuious when brought to the
hospital and remained so nnul death.
Dr. McFadden, attending physician at
the hospital, in order to relieve the
sufferings of the unfortunate man, de
cided to perform an operation, hoping
that trepanning mibt prove beneficial.
In tbe operation be was assisted by Dr.
Hartman. The physicians found a
piece of boue about tbe siza of
a cent resting upon the brain.
An uutony on Siturday showed that
the wound on the man's skull was not
tbe kiud that would be apt to be in
flicted by a full of rock, but looked us
t ough it had been made by soma
bluut instrument. It was subsequent
ly learnel that a fight had occurred in
tbe community iu which C irdish had
resided at the time bis injnries wre
received. Daputy Coroner Perkins has
tieen notified and will bold an inquest.
Tbe engagement of Jospli AHhen-
brand to Miss Selma Gotupertz was
formally announced ou Friday evening
last at a j ll,tlcation. Miss Gomyrtz
is a netce of Mr. Brown or the I3e
Hive, and Mr. Ashen brand is a sales
man in tbe establishment Tbey are
popular young people and are receivinic
congratulation from a host of friends.
Olyphant Republicans Proclaim John
R. Jones Their Standard Bearer.
Major Warren Indorsed.
S)ecial to the Scranton Tribune.
Olyphant, Pa.. Aust. 20 The R
publicans of Olyphant met Saturday
evening at the ball of Thomas P.
Jones and organized a Republican club
and named it "The John R Jones Repub
lican Club of Olvphaut." Great enthusi
asm prevailed among the large number
present. There was music by the U y-
phant band, and songs by the Colum
bian quartette of liyde Park.
a. J. Matt lews was elected president,
W. W. Joues, vice president; W. J.
Shnbmebl, secretary, and F. I. Thomas,
The following named gentlemen
constitute the executive board: Wutkin
Davis, J. L. Davis, John Probert, Ben
jamin Parry and William R. Reese.
b. J. Mattthews, William J. bohub-
mehl and William II. Davis were elect
ed delegates, and F. I. Thomas, John
Penman and John L. Davis, alternates
to represeut the clnb at the convention
of tbe Republican State league at Hr
risburg September 5. The following
resolution proposed by Attorney .Tohu
R. if Jones went through with firing
colors and mnsic by the band.
Kesolved, That the delegates elected by
this club he instrueted to vote for Major
Everett Warren as president of the lie
publican State League at tbe convention
to De Held in llarrisourg, bept. 5. Major
Warren would bring great ability and en
thusiasm to tbe presidency of the State
leaguo, and would be a most worthy and
distinguished successor to tbe Hon. John
B. Ho bin sou. We congratulate the Re
publicans throughout the state for the
uuanimity Bbown in tbo choice of Major
When the following resolution was
offered, it was adopted with shouts of
applause. It was very evident to every
one present that Air. Jones jis a great
f ivorite.
Whereas, John R Jones, is a candi
date for the Republican nomination of
district attornoy. We call upon the Re
publicans throughout tho couuty of Lacki-
wanua to recognize our claim and to plau6
tbe name'of John R. Jones upon the ticket.
We have every confidence in bis ability,
honesty nnd integrity. Every man, woman
and child in our community respects
aud esteems him. Ho is kind
courteous aud obligiug, aud has countless
frionds. We demand recognition. Never
has the valley between Carbondale and
Scranton beou represented upou the Re
publican couuty ticket. We have been
ignored ever since the erection of Lacka
wanna couuty aud now we demand recog
nition. The valley between Scranton and
Carbondale polls upward of fourteen bun
dred Republican votes, and this should
certainly entitle us to some recognition.
John R. Jones is our candidate, lie is the
choice of the people. If the Repub
lican party should givu this nomi
nation to our candidate we will
march shoulder to shoulder to
victory on election day by the largest Re
publican majority ever cast iu this sec
tion of the county. Mr. JnneB has great
tnlent,niid if nominated and elected would,
carve for himself a name which the Re
publicans throughout the county would
feel proud and honored to proclaim. He
has always been true and loyal to Repub
lican principals.
Therefore be it resolved, That this club
bo instructed to do all in their power to
bring about the nomination of John R.
Jones for district attorney.
Bkwakk ok Fkai'Ds. Be sure you get
the genuine Dr. Thomas' Ecloctric Oil.
It cures C'oldx, Croup, Asthma, Deafness
aud Rheumatism.
Philip Davis spent Sunday at Mos
cow. Messrs. William Potter and Arch
Washer were visitors at Lake Winola
Miss . Lizz Easterli ne of Wiikes
Barre is visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. Jacob
Easterllne on Green Ridir street.
The Ladies' and tbe Young Ladies'
Home anil Foreign Missionary societies
bave combined fores for holding a
grand social in the Presbyterian chureh
parlors on Thursday eveuing, Sspt. 13.
The afftlr will be arranged on a large
and elaborate scale, and promises to
surpass all previous efforts for mission
ary purposes in this town. Tbe form
nlaUri are already at work and an un
usually lively interest has been
aroused among church people.
L. R. Fowler, of Mohawk, N. Y ,
spent Sunday with his family. He was
accompanied by Mr. Foster, of Mo
hawk. Miss Florence Fowler has returned
from a visit with Watertown, N. Y.,
friends 1
Miss Clara Horan ii numbered among
the White Mountain tourists at pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tuthlll will re
tarn from a week's visit with George
town relatives today.
John Fowler has returned from a
two weeks' vacation to tbe Thousand
Rev. J. W. Williams, of the Presby.
terlan chnrcb, is txptoted home from
his annual vscatiou this week.
Euolilen'e Arnloa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises. Bores, Ulcere, Salt Rbeam. Fever
8ors, Tetter. Chapped Bauds, Chilblains,
Corns and all Bkiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded; Price U6 ceuts per
box. For eel hv Mthava Bros.
Hotv to Acquire a Language.
The common excuse for not kuowing
tongues is "want of time;" by traualatiug
thin into "want of will" we reach the true
excuse. No man, young or old, is so busy
that he cannot find leisure In which to
master at least two European languages.
For every man, young and old, the day is
full of minutes that are literally wasted.
By this is nut mount those idle momeute
spent in neuseleiw gossip, absolutely with
out meauing and injurious in their effects
both to the individual and to society,
though even these may be to a certain ex
tent redeemed and utilized.
Reference is mado mainly to the time
passed going , to and fro between one's
place of business and one's home. Most
busy men engaged in a large city spend at
least an hour a dny some eveu a couple of
hours in riding backward and forward
between the city and their residences in the
suburbs. These vacant periods of tbe day
should be (illed up. The student ought
never to leave home or olllce without car
rying with him iu an tuner pocket either
his grammar or his reading book. Such
books, provided with vocabularies, may
now be had in most foreign languuges, and
it is not too much to say that, by utiliza
tion of spare moments alone, snatched
from tho busy life of the working day, a
good working knowledge of both French
and German may be acquired within a
year, Boston Herald.
Bo Confucius Is llnguvded in China.
At the present day Confucius wields but
little influence over the Chinese. In most
cities are temples, or, more correctly speak
ing, halls, known us Confucian balls. They
are entirely void of any appearance of idol
atry. His name is revered as a wise aud
good man, but he is nut worshiped, nor
has he in any legitimate sense been deified
by the jieople. As Washington in America
is venerated as the father of his country,
and as Abraham Lincoln is spoken of in
history as the savior of his country, so
likewise is Confucius spokon of among his
people as the wise philosopher and patron
of letters and promoter of good govern
ment, but not as the founder of a religion
nor an object to be worshiped.
Educated Chinamen ail profess to be dis
ciples of him aud to read bis works and
to be guided by bis instructions. In some
respects they perhaps do, but they put
their own interpretation upou the import
of his teachings. There are no special
teachers to expound his works, aud every
one is free to place such construction upon
his teachings as his intelligence or im
pulses may lead to.
I am convinced that the power of the
philosopher over his people lias been over
estimated by foreigners generally, and that
the real nature und scope of bis work have
been largely misapprehended. W. O. Bcu
tou in Popular Science Monthly.
At Old Point Comfort.
Reuben Verde Great Scott! What's that
big noise?
Regular Guest That? It's only the gun
that always goes off ut sunset.
R. V. (decidudlyWm going straight
home, whar the sun kia set easy without
making such a racket. -Plttaburg Bulletin.
Miss Grace Wilson
Like a New Woman
l am feeling since I took Hood's Rarsaparllla. 1
was suffering from lailigesiiaa, C'nlarrh
Sarsa '
nnd Stick Headache Sf f C-C
and did not have any 1
appetite I am glad to u,
say Hood's Sarsnparilla fWWrV
has cured me of catarrh and all my othof
troubles. Gracb Wilson, llulnesville, N. J.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, constipa
tion, biliousness, sick headacho, Indigestion.
It's a Great Shock
fo the folks who are claiming they nnderselt
ill others to find that without the least fuss
w blunter we are Kivini custom rs the baa
fit of such oeporsaaitiiM as these.
A Strletly Hlg-h Grade I.leht-welfhv
ITheel, 1894 pattern, f rSUO ensh.
1893 pattern, SI (10 Wheel, for 75.
1804 pattern, SlOO Wheel, for S85 oash.
these prices make the business at our store.
Meat Market
The Finest Id the Cit)
The latest improved fur
nishings and apparatus for
keeping meat, batter and eggs.
2$ Wyoming Ave.
r, Qeadron. Eclipse, LovelV Dlament.
utaer wacaist
sjrsiuiMJtrlt(V''1. i - - i jl ,, . .jil .
400402 Lackawanna kit
Fine Holland Shades, with heavy
knot fringe, Hartshorn Rollers,
Plain Shades, 20, 25 and 30c. each.
Measurements taken and shades put up by experienced workmen.
We Carry All Widfbs Store Shades in Stock.
Brass Extension Sash Rods
15 and 206. each.
A few Vienna Porch Shades
left that we will close out at cost
406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue.
Stop Paying Board lis
What have you got after you've boarded and paid eight
dollars per week or more! Have figured what ' you
spend, and hare nothing to show for excepting
A handful of Receipts
you can have your own home fur
nished complete with COMFOET
and ELEGANCE and have money
left to fnrnish your table with the
delicacies of the season.
If not, don't say
But interview us.
It is our pleasure to give all
information possible whether you
or purchase on
We offer you the same induce
ments. Goods delivered FEBE every,
Homes Faralsbed Complete,