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THE SCR ANTON TtllBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 29. 1894.
When we have a good
thinor we are anxious to
divide it among our
friends. We require more
space for our Fall Trade
and all Summer Goods
must make way. We can
not afford to carry them
over until next season.
We give you Bargains.
Our Fall Goods are com
ing in daily; very choice
designs and colors. Kid
Gloves in all new shades
and popular lengths. Cor
, sets, all sizes and best
makes. Laces, Dress
Hosiery, Etc. Every de
partment is a reservoir of
style and elegance. Val
ues beyond the wildest
dreams of the economi
cal. We never resort to
but will let the goods
speak for themselves.
The Fashions illustrated
in our Monthly are the
latest. We are the only
dry goods house that pub
lishes a Fashion Monthly
and hope you appreciate
our efforts. If you wish
to dress well and dress
economically, don't fail to
FACTOK WILLIS, PA,
A refined school home. Prepares for the
llCfct CullPLj' B.
1 horouch conrses in Muaio and Art.
Tencuers' Clans vires best preparation (or
Conimcrni.il Course includus Typewriting
posi ions secured for Graduates,
bend fur new illustrated circular.
F. W. L00.M1S, A.M., Principal.
C. H. Marcy. of Durya, accom
paniad by his wif, left last week for
Ocean Grow for the bsneflt of hi
V. Atlierton and family spent San
day at the home of E. Drake.
Mrs. A. ft. Benjamin retnrned on
Saturday from extended Tiiit with
frisnds in Great Bend.
Mrt. Samuel Broilhesd and daughter,
Wealthy, spent Saturday at the Dela
ware Water Gup.
John Willis is beautifying hit resi
dence by a new coat of paint
Mr. Edward Barnes entertained her
niece, Miss Morgan, of Seranton, on
T. J. Stewart retnrned home from a
week'e stay at York, Pa., where he at
tended the session of the Grand Lodge,
Knight of Pythias.
William Faraday, who wa hurt by
a fall of roof last week, i able to be
about with the aid of acain.
Fred Avery, of King' Ferry. X. Y.,
returned home on Saturday after a two
weeks' visit at the home of his cousin,
Mis Kit Stark.
Mr. and Mr. Frank Johnaon, of
Forest City, are visiting friends in
A speeial meeting of Avoca Hose
company will be held tonight at 8
o'elook. There is an important item of
business to be attended to which de
mand the attendance of a many mem
ber a possible.
Rev. Father O'Malley, of Kingston,
wa a taller in town yesterday.
The contract for the ereotion of the
Dew graded school building in Marcy
township ha been awarded to Dera
beimer & Griffiths, of Pittston.
A house owned by E. Elli of West
Avoca wa completely destroyed by
fire on Monday night. Two horses
owned by Hurry Steever whioh were
close by also were destroyed. The water
eompany did not attend to the fire as
the water pipes do not extend through
all the side street in West Avoca.
Rev. J. C Hocan. pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal burcb, of Forest
City, delivered an excellent address
Monday evening to the Prohibitionist
and temperanoe people of Moosic. All
who attended were very mneti pleated
with Mr. Hogan.
Mrs. G. H. Ramsey and Mr. Dell
Bean of New York eity, 1 visiting at
the home of their parent, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bean, ef Minooka.
Mr. Joseph Altemu i lying criti
cally ill at her home in the Six block.
Matter Willie White is visiting
friends in Hazleton.
Mrs. C Sqnir aud children, of Xew
xorit, intend to return home Saturday.
. Buoklen'a Arnloa flairs.
The best salve in the world for ffnts
Bruises, Bores, Uloers, Salt Khenm. Kever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and ell 8km Eruptions, and posi
tively curse Piles, or no pay required. It
It guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refundod. Price 116 cent per
box. for sale by Jtfatthe-r Bros. .
6 WO DEPOT
Highest of all in Leavening Powel. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Grand Array Encampment at Montrose Next
WILL BE KNOWN AS CAMP REPOSE
A Great Gathering of Battle-Scarred
Warriors at Susquehanna's Fair
Capital Grand Army Men from
Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties
Will Be Out in Large Numbers One
Hundred and Forty-third Day,
Special to the Seranton Tribun.
Montrose, Pa, Aug. 28.
THE greatest reunion of veteran
soldiers in the history of Sus
. qnebanna county will be held on
the grounds of the Susquehanna
County Agricultural society in this
borough during days of Mondsy, lues-
day and Wednesday, Sept. 3, 4 and 5,
of next week.
The three days will witness the an
nus! encampment of the veterans of
this county, their reunion and the re
union of the famous One Hundred and
Forty-third regiment members, prlnci
pally from the counties of Laokawanna
and Luzerne. Tb location of the
camp site bears the reputation ef being
one of the most picturesque spots for
tuan a purpose in the state and is capa
ble of oontHlmng many thousands of
old soldiers and sightseers. 1c will
be known as Camp Repose. The fol
lowing posts have ordered tents and
will establish headquarter in camp:
Colouel Moines, bcranton; Sergeant
Fell, Waverly: Sergeant Roper. South
Gibson; Sergeant Phillips, Clifford;
LieutsuAat Tituian, Auburn; Biesell,
Rnsh; Lieutenant Rogers, Brooklyn;
Myron French, Jaekson; Harvey Rice,
Harford; South worth, Franklin Fork;
Captain Lyon, Glen wood; Four Broth
ers, Montrose, and the One Hundred
aud Forty-third regiment.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western railroad hs offered a special
excursion rate ot $1 from Seranton and
Binguatnton, and half fare from inter
mediate points, and from stations on
the Bioomsburg division. Tickets good
going Sept. 4 and 5, and returning
until Sept. C, inclusive.
The spirit which will prevail during
the reunion and encampmeat l well
illustrated by ttie following, which ap
pear in tbe marching order of the
general commanding: "And now,
fellow soldiers, preparations have been
made for an ''Old Fashioned Eucanip
inent" such an one as yon asked for
when yon elected me your commander
last year. It will be here for you to
enjoy; yon will not enjoy it unless you
nre here, neither will it be a ucee
Unless you come. Tbe invitation is
broad; it is not sonfinedto county line
or state monuments, for fraternity and
eomradsliip are far-reuching. "
Captain II. F. Beardsley, general
commanding, and who was recently
elected at Furview the president of the
Seven Counties Veteran association,
is in immediate execntive control of
the preliminary arrangements. This
faet alone gives evidence that tbe
plans perfeoted will be complete and
REUNION OF 143D.
Sept. 4 will be "One Hundred and
Forty-third Dny'' and will witness the
arrival of that regiment in command
of Captain P. DeLacy, of Seranton, and
the surviving member from Lacka
wanna and Luzerne counties, honorary
member and invited guests. They
will reach Mentrose at 11 o'clock a. m.
on a special train over the Laekawanna
and Montrose railroad from Alford,
whish will conneot with the train leav
ing Seranton at 0 o'elosk. The Sus
quehanna connty veterans will meet
tnera at tbe train and escort them to the
Montrose House, where they will be
tendered a dinner by Company H, of
that regiment. Burgess H. C. Jess up,
of Montrose, adjutant general, will
give them a welcome to Montrose aud
at 1 SO they will be escorted to Camp
Repose, less than a mile distant. Ga
lusba A Grow, congressman-at-large,
from Pennsylvania, will deliver an ad
dress and other prominent speaker
will also be beard. Tbe One Hundred
and Forty-third camp-fire will close tbe
features of the day.
Veteran arriving Wednesday on the
11 o'clock a. m. special Lackawanna
& Montrose trnin, connecting with the
D. L & W. 10:30 train at Alvord, will
be met by bands and a mounted escort
and the delegation aoenmpanied to
the camp. Colonel C. K. Campbell,
of Pitston; Justice McCollutn of tbe
Supreme court of Pennsylvania, and
other prominent speaker will partici
pate in tbe programme of tbe early
afternoon. Company G Thirteenth
regiment will give an exhibition drill
after whioh they will storm and at
tempt to capture Fort Defiance from
its complement of veteran defenders.
In the evening the camp fire will be
lighted and tbe "tin wedding" of Fonr
Brother post, of Montrose, celebrated.
Bean soup, coffee and hardtack will be
served dnring a period of music,
speeches and song. ,
x By request of many veteran, who
are now too old to endure the fatigue
ot drills, this feature ba been elimin
ated from the programme.
Cure for Headache.
A a remedy tor all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be tbe very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its iiiHuenoe. We urge all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle and give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to tbe bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at Matthews Bros', drug store,
The McKinley club will hold a
monster meeting this evening at 7,80
o'elosk in G. C. Lloyd' hall, Diekaon.
At this meeting they will open tbe
campaign in this borough. Prominent
speaker from this place and from
Seranton will make addresses on tbe
topics of the day, The members are
expected to be present to a man. All
outsidr are moat cordially invited.
A good time i guaranteed. So come
one. come all.
Vaughn Richards and John Thomas
are the unanimous choice of the Mc
Kinley club for delegates to the Re
publican county convention. Both are
good, honest, upright men, whom it
will be a credit to send as representa
tives. Let all turn out and give tbem
a good majority..
Frank Toole nnil Robert Mucklow,
both of Greenwood, are the aspiring
candidates for the office of delegate to
the next Republican County Conven
tion. The cancu will be held on next
Saturday aveiiluir at Tasshold'c Hull.
T. A. Murray, butcher of the South
Side etore is on a week's vacation.
Thurlow Coalbangh resumed work
Monday after a week's vacation and he
will fill Murray' place until he re
turns, The South Side store will be closed
Wednesday, August 29 for inventory
and will reopen ou Tnnisday,
Tbe Gresnwood collieries were idle
yesterday on account of the water be
ing shut off.
B. J. Knapp, of Greenwood, is erect
ing a beautiful building on Main
street which will befitted with modern
improvements. When completed it
will be occupied by Mr. Knapp and
Mrs. James McMahon, who baa been
visiting here for the past week re
turned to her home in Say re, Pa., yes
terday. Rev. John Longhran, left today for
New York city from which place he
will embark this evening on tbe steam
ship Brittania for an extended Euro
pean tour and will be abseut for a few
months. Rsv. D. H. Green will fill
his place during his absence and will
be assisted by Rev. Qninan, of St.
Tbomss' collegs, Seranton.
Thomas LhIIv, of Sharpsville, Pa,, is
visiting his numerous friends in this
Mr. J. L. Jones, an old resident of
Miners' Hill and proprietress of the
Minooka house on Davis street, died
Monday morning after a short illness.
The deceased was 55 years old and is
survived by one son and two daughters.
Funeral will occur this afternoon at
8 30 o'elook. The remains will be con
veyed to Pittston, where interment
will be made In the Protestant ceme
tery at that place.
the school board held a meeting last
night at No. 3 school in Minooka for
the purpose of reconsidering the ereo
tion of -the new school at Moosio and to
take action on the different petitions
presented to itnem, one being for and
two against. A committee of three
consisting of Messrs. Davis, Morgan
and Higgins was appointed to look after
toe ueuevue tax or last year. The
board then decided to build the new
sobool at Moosio by all mean and the
eontrnot wa awarded to Messrs. Ju li:e
Si Mulbeirn for its erection, they being
tbe lowest bidders. A very Jar ire nura
ber of citizens were present who were
opposing the erection of a new school.
Fiuding that their grievances were ig
nored by tbe board, a racket was
started which nenrly ended in blows.
Then the board took up the matter of
building a new school at the Sloan.
Mr. Morgan said that the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western company
would give sufficient land for a new
school in that place. Morgan and
Roach were appointed to investigate
toe matter, becretary Uigglns fought
for a new school at Minooka. but was
overruled in hi arguments. An order
was drawn on tbe treasurer for the
sum of ?5G0 for C. F. Ward & Son, con
tractors, for part pay on the addition
on Greenwood aohool. The board
signed the contract with Judee & Mul
herin for the erection of the new school
at Moosic and tbe meeting; aiiiourned.
Peter Mullen then asked the oitizens
present to assemble at the school on
next Thursday evening to take action
on serving an injunction on the board.
The High school bine crossed bats
with the i airdale Skippers on Monday
on the Montrose irrouud. The score
at the last inning was: Alontrose, 32;
rairaaie, o. ine juontrose nine have
played thirteen gam this season aud
won ten. They will go to Leraysville
to play on Thursday.
Will Deans, of Paterson, N. J., spent
ounaay nere, me gUrst or bis parents.
The prisoners confined in tbe conutv
jail tried to run things their own wav
on Monday. The sheriff was out of
town and business here was left in
charge of hi deputy. Oue of the pris
oner named Csrr ha been extremely
ugly ever since be wa arretted. Last
week be wn found guilty of assault
and battery aud sentenced to tbe
house of correction. He was
placed in his cell and the door was
locked. Oa Monday the other prisoners
got a bar and smashed in the door of
hi cell and let Carr out. Tbe deputy
went down to see what the trouble was
and found things in bad shape. The
prisoner raised so much disturbance
tbat help wa asked from the borough
authorities, justice Courtright ao
compauied by Chief of Police Denni.
son and assistants went up to tbe jail
and band-cuffed Carr and tbe other un
ruly prisoner and put them in their
cell. I hey then put chain around
tbslrleg and fastened them to rinirs in
the floor. The prisoner claimed that
they were not fed enough.
Clarence Ward , the famous steeple
alimVier nf Alhunv is vl.lflnn.
uncle, George Ward, on Church street
a me , u iptisc cnurcn is tei
painted inside, there will be no servii
in tbat church on Sunday, but they
wui oe neia in the italiroad Young
Men's Cbrietian Association hall a
10.80 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Fannie Simrell, who ha been visit
ing friend In Newark valley has
Theodore Hav and wife, who
been spending a few day at Spri
liBKe, in. Dave returned home. -
School begin Monilay.
E. H. B, Rosea wa in Montrose Sat
M. L. . Blair, Alderman, 5th Ward,
Seranton, Pa., tnted Nov. 9, '83: He bad
used Dr. Thomas' Ecleotric Oil for spraius,
burns onts, bruise and rheumatism.
Cured ever time.
Miss Maine Dilv rmiirnil last evdn-
ing after an extended vi-ut with friends
in New York.
The Enworth T.eacrne nf thia nortlou
of the Honesdale district will hold a
convention at Clifford on Friday after
noon aud evening, 8 ipt. 7 It is ex
pected that this city will be represented
by Miss Alice Thompson, Mis Myrtle
Tallmau and Evan Tucker. Dr. Webb
and Rev, J. C. Hogan will deliver ad
dresspa. Tbe 3 vear.nl rl child of Mr nnri Mr.
MioliHwl Jordan that was injured last
Friday by falling from a waiton. is re
ported to be suffering with brain fever.
Tbe child was trying to climb into a
wagon and in some manner fell to the
ground, striking on its head. Bin lit
tie hopes are entertained of its recov
The entertainment eominittan nf tlm
Youutt Men's Christian association met
Monday evening in the parlors of tbe
Young Men's Christian association to
Uecido on some way of defraying the
present debt of the association. They
decided that they secure Hannibal A
William, a talented ShakespsareHii
reader, and Dresut the f anion com.
edy, "The Taming of the Shrew." The
Masons have kindly given them the ase
of their parlor in which to give tbe
entertainmeut aud have set the date as
Bert Porter, of Middlctown. N. Y..is
visiting friends in town.
The Rapid Transit comimnv nra hav
ing their poles in thia city painted.
Mr. and Mrs O. L Utley ure visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. I. Whipple in
Cooperotown, N. Y.
Mrs. W. D. Bukr. of Washington
street, is entertaining Miss Mary Bene
dict, of Seranton.
Miss Rena Dalev Is entertaining Miss
Mary Sloan, of Pittston.
Mat Delanv. of Wavraart. was
circulating among friends in town yes
W. J. Hamilton is visitins at Asbnrv
Park, N. J.
Ihe opening of tne Grand Onera
house will be on SptPinoer 1, by M
a. Lieavitt's new bnrleqie production
"The Spider and Fly." It presents an
entertainment in which the brightest
leatures ot comedy pantomime opera
and spscialty are artistically blended.
This afternoon the Venus bovs will
cross bats with the Simpson dot on
tne latter grounds, ut Simpson. It
promises to be a good game. Tbe
game will be called at 8 p. m.
jut. aud Mrs. S. r. Utugfetter, of
Birkett street, are eujoying a visit
from Mr. Lingftter's aunt, Mrs. John
C. Mullins, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewder are
visiting the latter' parents iuOlyphaut.
Beware op Fratos. Be sure vou eet
the gouuine Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
It cures Colds. CroUD. Asthma. Deafness
The Democratic county convention
nominated R. M. Stacker for congress,
Sauuel Sounders, jr., for senator, aud
Hon. Jobo Kubbach for assemblyman.
Henry Kalkman, sr., died suddenly
ut hi home on Park street yesterday
morning from a stroke of paralysis
lie was G4 years old and is survived by
his wife and one son, Henry, and
The premium list of the Wayne
Connty Agricultural society is out, and
is tbe finest the society has ever had.
Class A race matt of the Maple City
whotlmen Oct. 4. Further particulars
may be had by addressing Paul W.
Gardner, Honesdale, Pa.
A popular dance was held at the
Central theater last evening.
Friday night the wheelman ot Hones
daie will have a lantern parade, start
ing from the oity hall at 7 p. m. sharp.
Mozart' band, of Carbondale. will
give an open air concert between 7 30
and 8o clock. "The Spider and Fly"
will be produced in the Central thea
ter at 8 p. m.
Mrs. Caroline Kieferlee, of Lincoln,
Kan., is visiting Mrs. Martiu Hif t.
Miss Cora Evans left yesterday for a
visit in New Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. John Condon and
daughter, Stella, loft yes'.erday for a
visit with relatives in New York.
Dr. R. W. BraJy and daughter. Min
nie, returned home yesterday after a
Beverai weens absence.
Bert Bingham has been a visitor at
Bnllon Vmrg, Pa , during the past week.
H, W. Tregear has been appointed
second assistant eugineer of Neptune
company during the absence of Alex
ander Hadden, who will shortly make
an extended European tour.
The Independent Hose compsnv will
hold two balls during the cominz
month, the first on the 14th and the
Si-cond on the 15 h.
Mrs. L. Elterich, of P ittston, is a
visitor at the home of Chief Burschel.
Lou Van Wormrr has returned from
Lake Winola, where be ha been
(pending bit vacation.
A young son arrived at the homa of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Tyler Connelly on
Richard Harvey, of Jcrsev Citv. N
J., is visiting bis parents at this place.
Misses Mate Konny and Jennie Gui
enny, have returned from a York state
Mrs. J. G. Bone and son, Howard,
have been visiting Honesdale friends.
Arcb Millr ba returned from a
visit to New York citv.
Mr. Kimball is around again after a
Exti-nsive repairs are being made on
Ed. Winan is visiting friends at
Yardmaster Fred Conn spant Sunday
with Elmhnrst relatives.
William Bruudage is again on duty
ancr a snort utness.
Miss Lon Killam has returned to her
borne In Haw ley after a visit with
friends in town.
Mrs. Albert Jenkins is visiting out of
Th Baptist Sunday school will hold
a picnic at Linrel Hill Dark todav.
P. N. Taylor aud John Cooney hav
returned from a JNew York trip.
Frank Sp.'ncer is spending his vaca
lion at Lake Ariel.
Mrs. H Pinkney Is visiting friends
at jmcw uaven, conn.
UNIFORM OR USELESS.
ifr. Reed at O d Or t hard.
Protection, as a syotem. is something
whioh cau be understood, supported and
umcuumj. riuwcuon, as principle, ae
mands that this country shall do Us own
work. Protection, as a priuciple, demands
null, everyining wmcn can De reasonably
and seasonably produced In this country
shall be mado here, and tbat the markets ot
mis country shall be open to our own pro
ducers from one end to the other, without
uisrrimination as to tbe nature of the pro
duct, except such discrimination as Is dic
tated by reason and good sense. In other
woras, protection, as a method or preserv
ing the American market to tbe American
people, is something which is defensible.
but protection in spots, protection here
and protection there, Is a protection which
Is justly open to the charges which are
laisiy maue against the true protection,
A MILLION A YEAR.
This Van Sum la Annually Expsnded In
Advertising- by One Conoira.
Mucb ha been written and laid
about advsrtiaera and advertising, but
it is perhaps not generally known that,
not only is tbe greatest amouat of ad
vertising dona In America, but that
tbe largest persouat advertiser 1 an
American. Several houtes. both in
Europe and America, expend upwards
of half a million dollar per year in
advertising; but the advertiser referred
to has actually expended dnrius the
past year over million dollar wholly
m advertising, inn vast sum of money
has not been squandered, but has been
carefully, judiciously, soientifioallv ex
pendeuded, and it has paid a profit of
fifty cents for every dollar exyended.
Here Is certainly a valuable lesson
for those who advertise or have ad
vertising iu contemplation. It shows
that half-hearted attempts at wooing
the God less of Fortune by advertising
are not profitable, and that even ex
teud'd fforts are unprofitable unless
done systematically, scientifically and
with the greatest care and judgment.
It is not our purpose to give tbe name
of this advertiser, who, besides beiug
the largest one in the world, is cer
tainly the most retiriag and modest,
but we may say, incidentally, that he
ia the projector of the pre-digested
food, Paskula whieh, however, is only
a small part of the business transacted
by this concern. Men of this special
gHuins are rare and tbe success which
attends their efforts still rarer, but
such success shows what can be accom
plished by well conceived plans and
LIl-IUiiImk od Shipboard.
My father Wits walking the nnnn nf hia
vessel iu Sydney harbor, and, as it was
rather a close, warm evening, the awnings
were furled. It was thundering and light
Iiillir. lie bad illst crnt ntt imH t.nrnorl
around when be snwsomething exceedingly
Di'ignt urop oelore him, aud he was knocked
down. In falling he struck his head
against the rail, which stuuued him for a
minute. When he got up he found that
the front part of his logs was severely
scorched. Two of the planks in the deck
were charred about an Inch deep for a
length of seveu feet, and the main royal
uiastof a ship lying about a quarter of a
mile astern was broken off, though wheth
er by the same stroke he could not tell.
When the deck was repaired my father
Kept tne oharred portions, and lie still has
tbem to show to anyone who doubts hi
Ttae ship that was struck by the light
ning had no conductors on her masts.
Most ships now have them. In the ship on
which I served my time we had a platinum
rod on each truok, with wire conductors
passing through Klass insulators down the
backstays. On the least sign of thunder
the ends ot these wires wore thrown over
the side. On durk nights, when there was
any lightning flashing, the points of the
Platinum roui nsbd ta h
glimmering on them, and the effect was
very weiro. ana uncanny. .Loudon Tit
Bits. The Use of Glasses.
Those persons who find it necessary to
hold any object noarer than fourteen inches
from their eyes, who tlnd that their eye
become dry and itching on reading, need
Persons under forty years of age should
not wear glasses until Uie accommodating
power of the eye has been suspended and
the exact stute of refraction determined by
a competent ophthalmic surgeon. The
spectacle glasses sold by peddlers generally
are hurtful to the eves nf t.hnna n-),i ......l
much, oh the lenses are made of inferior
Bueei glass, aim not systematically ground.
No matter how nerfentlv the li
made, unless they are mounted in a suitable
name aim properly prncea Detore the eye,
discomforts will arise from their prolonged
Persons holding objects too near the face
endanger uie sarety ot their eyes and incur
tbe risk of becoming nearsighted.
The nearsighted eye is au uusound eye,
and should be fullv cnrnwtrd with a ,rl.,t
notwithstanding the fact that. it.
no aid for reading. The proper time to be-
Kiu wearing glasses is just as soon as the
eyes tire on being subjected to prolonged
use. jDciroii u vea rress.
An Aeronuut's Carrier Pigeon.
When nn aeronaut left Vienna with his
balloon for Russia the society for rearing
carrier pigeons made him take a number
of birds with hirn. The aeronaut, after
some days' sojourn in Russia, let them fly
and telegraphed to Vienna, at the same
time adding that birds of proy had pur
sued the pigeons as far as he could see
them. Two days later one of the pigeons
returned to its cote in Vienna, having made
tbe journey from a remote part of Russia.
London papers gravoly announco tbe
engaged mantlo"asaNcwYork novelty,
worn, It soenis, by young flnnceos as a
inure outwurd sign of their contemplation
of matrimony than tho ongagoment ring.
Skirts are just right at present, neither
too full nor too skimpy. Some are paneled,
some nre slushed, and a few a very few
All That's Claimed
" I had a poor appetite, that tlreri r..tin.
was run down, but Hood's Sarsaparilla lias
done me a great deal oj
good. I hav a better
appetite and do not
f oel tired. I can reo.
orameud Hood's Sarsa
parilla as an excellent
spring or fall medicine
w ncvu me oioou m
;-:S! order. Jlv.se If ami
three daughters have
fcMjj taken over six bottles,
and It has done us
much good. We do
not ne"w have to call
'- upon a doctor, as for
' mcrlv. in the snrln
; Albert Kinsey time, and I can say that
Auburn, Pa. Hood's Sarsaparilla is
all that Is claimed for it. I most heartily rec
ommend it, and shall always keep It m my
house." Albert Kinskv, Auburn, Pa.
M. JLww par Ilia
Be sure to get tt fAC
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable, and do
lot purge, pain or gripe. Bold by all drugjists,
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European Plan. Flr.t-olMn Br attseheA.
Depot lor Bergner gngeT Taanhsusw
IE, Cot 15th tnd Flltert Sts,, PtillaJi
Most deslrahU for retMsnU of N.B. Tenn'
ylvaula. AU eonTeultuoM for travelers'
St',llf,0?J'0,d 8trot "'"on "d th.
Twel th and atark.t Htr..t station. 82
slrable for vuiitln Mersntoulana and
tie in the Antbraolu Beloa. w
T. d. VICTORY,
400402 Lackawanna Ave,
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.
fe Carry All Widths Store Shales in Stock,
Srass Extension Sash Rods
15 and 20c. each.
A few Vienna Porch Shades
left that we will close out at cost
ICERR & SBEBECKER
406 and 408 Lac ka. Avenue.
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OUR SALESMEN DON'T REQUIRE THE
To sell the goods in our several depart
ments. It's to your own interest
to deal with us that is, if you care to
save on your purchases and we
think you do there are other reasons.
A stock of 3 Seranton Stores
is .shown under one roof, and
we make it easy to settle.
We chop the amount off so fine you
hardly miss the paying of it. Besides
Carpets and Furniture we sell
Stoves and Crockery.
You know we furnish homes complete.