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THE SCEAKTON TEIBUNE -SATURDAY MOUNTING. SEPTEMBER 8. 1894.
AT MEDIUM PRICES.
A More Comprehensive As
sortment, Greater Values,
Than ever before shown in me
dium price and choice dress goods
fox Autumn and Winter. Me
dium price dress fabrics will bo
among the most popular goods of
Somo of tho lower priced
weaves are tho same in quality
and occupy tho samo position in
tho world of fashion as those
which, in former seasons wero
shown among tho higher priced
goods. The following in particu
lar are worthy of your attention:
36-inch, All Wool Changeable
Mixtures at 29c.
40-inch Silk and Wool Mix.
tures at 49c.
40-inch Novelty Fances at
. .. 49c.
Choice Single Dress Patterns.
First showing of tho beautiful,
handsome new dress patterns are
now on exhibition.
Tho now comers to the stock to
be seen almost daily.
They are our own, and will
carry conviction to every ono who
inspects the assortment, that they
have strong charactor, and arc
marked by a distinct individuali
ty. Ono pattern only of a kind.
Make your choice, you'll not
make a mistake or bo disappointed.
No obligat ion to buy. All at prices
to suit the times.
Who is Dr. E. L. Reeves?
Hn 1a tiw cm.-ont PliVRioian and Surgeon In
Jl)iof who took clinrxu uJ tUo treat Wostm-u
Hospititl in l'hilannlpliin nmny vi-aru ai?o, nnd
who kbvu for it ami himself a worldwide
reputation in performing wonderful cures,
lid who displayed sucli marked skill in surgi
cal operation His opinion on any nnd all
rondiliotis of diseased or defonnod bodily ail
ments Is smiiflit for by the public, and stands
as high nutliority among physicians. Ho is
now ifivinK to tho peoiilo of Seranton and sur
rounding country the benefit of his knowledno
and experience gained and exhibited In bis
many yuurs of hospital nnd private prattles.
Why k to Hiiladolphia or Now York to ob
tain information on your condition at so (Treat
an oxponse, when you havo with you duily a
physician who has treated ovory concoiviiblo
disease knon and whose opinion is positive
and final and is also fh KE, sinco it costs you
nothing for advice or examination 1 He is now
permanently located at 412 Kpruce street,
Bcrauton, whore he may bo consulted daily
upon all aruto and chronic diseases of men,
women and children.
He, with bis assistants, treat all "disease of
the Nervous Mystoin, Diseases of the Eye, Ear,
Noun nnd Throat, Dyspcimia, Hhoumntism,
Lost Vitality, Piomatnro Weiiknesa or l)ocay
In both bexcH, Female Weaknesses and Ir
regularities, Nervous Debility, Catarrh. Tum
ors, C'aucers, Eruptions, filood Poisoning".
Flia, Enilpesy, Indiscretions and Errors of
Vouth, Ixist Manhood, Eczema, Scrofula, St.
Vitus' Dance, Asthma, Diseases of the Heart,
I.ungs, Livor, Kidneys, bladder, Stomach,
Consultations nnd Examination Free.
Office honrs Daily 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sun
days in to 12 nnd 2 to 4.
Klevator In Christian's Hat Storo or Stairs.
liemomlHT tho name and nuinbor.
DR. E. L. REEVES,
41a Spruce St., Scranton.
Bald to Hava Defrauded Insurance Com
paniea Oat of Lars Amounts.
CniCAOO, Sept. 7. Yesterday the
Brand jury returned true bills against
William Scharff, Carl Uerlets. Joee
pbine Herletz. Gustav E. Nelson.
Bophla Nelson, Bernard Naumann and
William Wagner, the nnarebist fire
bar?, who have been renting knildingg
and insuring tbe contents, wbioh were
remoTd and the bnilding burned. Tbe
Rang used an ingenious bomb made in
Germany to start the blaze, wbioh
would allow tbe occupants to be miles
away when the fire broke ont.
It is claimed that tbe gang has de
frauded tbe insurance companies out
of 1100.000. Inspectors Conway and
Cowle worked woks before they suo
ceded in arresting the crowd. Neu
mann and Wagner bare so far eluded
arrest. It is claimed that Wagner is
wanted in Milwaukee and New York
Rev. MR. BATES ACCUSED.
K Minister's Attempt to Reform Sin
ners Awskens Oosslp.
Pittsburo, Sep. 7. A special from
Johnstown, Pa., to the Leader, save:
Two weeks ago Rev. W. H. Bates,
pastor of St. John's Reformed churob,
of tbis city, was one of tbe most be
loved of Johnstown's ministers. Now
his name is con nested with a scandal
which is the outsome of an alleged at
tempt by Rev. Bates to reform a de
graded woman. lie will be given a
cbanoe to snake a defense wbioh be
says be will do.
Mr. Bates is the father of a large
family and is about 05 years of age.
lie is pastor of the St. John's church
wbioh was destroyed by tbe flood.
Through bis efforts $20,000 was raised
with which was erected the present
stately edifioe on Somerset street.
Mothers! Mothers 11 Mother. Ill
1 Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions or
mothers for their ohildren while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the Rums, allays all puin; cures
wind colic and is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold bydiugglsts in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. j
h,i.WInsJowa Soothing Syrup," and take no
f I 00 other kind, Twenty-fire cent bofe
The many friends and neighbors of
Engineer William Seigle gathered at
his borne Thursday evening in honor of
bis birthday, which they kindly re
membered by presenting him with an
elegant arm chair The presentation
was made by J. T. Foar, who in a
a few well chosen words made Mr.
Seigle aware of the nature of tbe
gathering, after which those present
made merry until a late honr. Among
those present to wish the gentleman
many more suoh happy occasions was:
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Frear, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Seigle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Erhgood, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berg
mas, Mr. and Mrs. H. Nickerson.Mr. and
Mrs, A C. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Coe
Finch, Mr. and Mrs. H. Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Blots, Mr. and Mrs.
Orin Cor roll, Dr. and Mrs. Marcy, Mr.
uud Mrs. G. Burnnrd, Miss Ella Nicker
son, Mrs. A. Shaffer, Mrs. Hoadley
Van Camp, Mrs. W. Obertgand Messrs.
Max Miller and Charles Elston.
Miss Mamie Bohan, of Uawley, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. John Hawley,
on Blakely street.
Mrs. L. Edgerton. of New York city,
is a gnost at the home of Jacob Bron
son. Enirine 8G, another Erie and Wyom
ing Valley Railroad engine, made a
trial trip yesterday,
A council meeting was not held this
week because of tbe inability of the
majority of the members to be present.
Mrs. A. D. Blaekinton and Misses
Libbie Gal pin Bnd Blanche Bines are
visiting friends at Albany. N. Y.
Misses Marion Kinney, Graoe Engle
nnd Jennie Gninney spent Thursday at
Mrs. J. N. Crosby spent Thursday
with relativrs at this place.
The Independent llose company
members are making elaborate prepa
rations for their autumnal ball, whioh
will be held on tbe evenings of Sept.
14 and 15.
Tbe communion of tbe Lord's Sup
per will be observed in the Presby
terian chnrcb tomorrow. Preparatory
services were conducted last night,
Tbe eighty-seventh anniversary of the
Abington Baptist association will be held
bere in tbe Baptist church prefaced by tbe
annual Sunday school convention on Tues
day, Sopt. 15, holding three sessions, tbe
programme of which has not been an
nounced, association proper commencing
on NYednosdny nt 10 o'clock a. m. with the
following programme; Opening prayer,
report of committee of arrangomonts.
reading rules of order, words of welcome
by Kev. A. E. DouRlasg, introductory
sermon by Kev. W. J, Ford, offering bal
lottiug for officers of associa
tion begun, reading letter of
Clark's tireen church, adjournment.
Afternoon. 2 p. m., prayer service, Ituv.
Charles Embroy; 2.10, business, reports of
treasurer of association and trustees, elec
tion of dolegates to stnto meetings, etc.;
3, mooting of Women's Missionary socie
ties: 4, Home missions, report by Rev. VV.
G. Walkins, addross by District Secrotary
E. B. Palmer, D. D. ; 4.20, foreign missions,
report by Rev. J. C. Schmidt, addresss by
District Secretary Rev. Frank 8. Dobbins;
4.40, Publication society, Rev. H. 11. Har
ris, Ph. D; 4.50, temperance, Rsv. W.
i Uuest. Evening. Young People's
rally; 7 80, song service by choir of
Clark's Green church; 8, address, Rev.
Frank AI. Goodchild, of Philadelphia;
8.45, prayer nnd testimony service led by
Rev, T. E. Jupson. Thursday morning
0.30, devotional services, Rev. A.B. Browe;
10, report of missionary committee by
Rev. James Fielding, followed by reports
from churches aided tbis year; 10.45,
"State Missions," address by State Secre
tary W. II. Conard, D. D.; 11, doctrinal
sermon, Rev. II. H. Harris; alter
nate, W. G. Gnost. Afternoon
2, Song nnd prayer service, Rov. John
R. Egan: 2.30, miscellaneous business.
2.45, address on education, Principal F. AI.
Loomis; 8.15, Koystone academy report,
by Rev. W. G. Partridge; 3.45, history of
Factoryville Baptist church, George T.
Bailey; 4.15, obituaries, report by Rev.
JobnR. Egan, followed by closing confer
ence. Preparations bave been made to en
tertain tbe large delegation expected. All
are cordially invited to attend the meet
ings. Dr. Reeves, 413 Spruce street. Scranton.
cures all acute and chronic diseases of
men, women and children; 9 a. m. to 0.
Messrs. Eugene PosBinger, Frank Hinck
ley and Ed. Avery started on Tuosday
morning for tbe Htroudsburg fair and will
Rev. Stephen Jay and wife, of Susque
hanna, cnlled on friends bere on Monday
Several or our Grand Army of tbe Re
public men took in tho re-union at Mon
trose on Tuosday last and report a very
J. U. Higgins and wife started on Tues
day for a four-days' visit on friends in
Nicholson, returning yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Alice Beatty started on Wednesday
afternoon for her borne in Newark, N. J.,
aud will stop enroute for a short time at
Mrs. A. A. Davis entertained her Sunday
School class, consisting of Misses Dora ana
Grace Potter, Rose Hopkins, now of Will
inmsport; Mae Benedict, Maud Mullonix,
Lena Singer and Grace A. Davis. Martha
Covey and visited a sick member af tor tea,
General Pbiuney and wife returned to
their home yesterday (Friday) in Somor
ville, N. J,
Mrs. Phillips and family, of Philadelphia,
roturned to her borne a few days ago.
The Domocrats nre rallying all their
forces, the notorious seven, for their dele
gate election tonight.
Tbe concort at the Motbodist Episcopal
church last evening was well attended and
Mrs. Annie Kock will return to her
homo in Washington today, instead of
last Saturday, as reported in Tuesday's
A Quarter Century Teat
For a quarter of a century Dr. King's
New Discovery has been tested, and the
millions who bave received benefit from
its use testify to its wonderful curative
Eowers in nil diseases of Thront,Cbost nnd
lungs. A remedy that has Btood the test
so long and that has given so universal
satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle
is positively guaranteed to give relief, or
tbe money will be refunded, it is admitted
to be the most reliablo for . Coughs and
Colds. Trial bottles Free at Matthew Bro's.
Drug Store. Large size 50c, and $1,00.
Mrs. S. E. Stelle and son Russell bave
returned home after spending a few weeks
at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Oscar Relph has returned home af
ter spending a fow days at Nanticoke.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union have a supper at their rooms next
Mis Fellows, of Scranton, is visiting at
Misses Nellie Burns and Katie Kyan bave
returned borne after spending a few weeks
Clark Dean will leave for Exeter
school next Tuesday.
William Austin, who met with tbe mls
fortuue of losing bis band a few days aeo,
Is recovering from his injuries.
School commenced nt this place Inst
Monday with an attendance of over 100
Mrs. Law, of Pitts ton, was visiting at
this place Friday. .
The district deputy conferred the first
degree of Pocahontas on fonr new mem
bers last evening. Pocahontas is fluir
Ishing hern, as they have from one to live
new m-Tnbirs nearly every night.
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruoe street, Scranton,
cures all diseases of the nervous system; 9
a. m. to 0 p. m.
Services, at the Methodist Episcopal
church Bundayt Sunday school at 0.20,
preaching at 10.45 a. m. At the Weai
titreet cbape Sunday school at 8 o'clock,
preaching at 7 p. m., Epworth League
every Taesdny evening nt 7,80; prayer
meeting Thursday eveuiug. Everybody
Divine worship at tbe WyomingPresby
terlan chuch Sunday at 11 n. m. The new
choir is expected to since. Sirmon by the
pastor on '-Revivals." Union services in
the evening conducted by Rev. P. J. Cain,
of West Pittston.
Professor W. H. Honoh, principal of the
Wyoming grammar school, was taken sud
denly ill Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Parker, of
Scranton, are visiting at Mr. and Mrs, 3.
B. Mention's, Mrs. Parker's parents.
Cards are out announcing the wedding
on Sept. 13, of Miss Clemeutine, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James II. MacAlpiue, to
Fred Spaflford Fordbam, of Pittston.
Miss Ettella Bailey returned to her
studies at Keystone academy, Factory
ville, this week.
Rev. Stephen Jay, formerly pastor of
the Methodist Episcopal church here, but
now of Susquehanna, was visiting among
bis old parishiouers here on Wednesday.
Washington camp No. 814, Patriotic
Ordor Sons of America, will hold their reg
ular weekly meeting next Wednesday.
Rev. A. Borgen Browe, of the Baptist
church, will hold tho usual services next
Sunday at 10.30 a. in. nnd 7.80 p. m.
If you want a nice easy shave, a fashion
able hair cut, a thorough shampoo, your
huir or whiskers dyed or siuged, your
razor ground or honed, call at Martin
Hold's barbor shop, next door to post
oflice and be assured of first class work.
Miss Grace Griffin and Mrs. Edwsrd
Jermyn, of Scranton, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jermyn.
Rev. Dr. Logan, formerly pastor of the
First Presbyterian church at Scranton,
will fill the pulpit at the Methodist Eoisco
psl church here on Sunday morning at
Mrs. E. F. Leighton and son Bedford,
who bave been spending the summer with
Mrs. Andrew Bedford, have returned to
their home at Blnghamton.
Miss Alice Dean, of New York city, is
visiting friends aud relatives here.
Joseph A. Dolphin, of Olypbnnt, was a
visitor here on Wednesday.
Mrs. Sarah I.oug and son, Charley, of
Hyde Park, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
One of Sanford Swartz's little children
broke its collar bone on Monday.
Will Pike, tho private secretary for Foo.
Galusha A. Grow, of Washington, D. C, is
visiting his parents in this city.
Recorder S. S. Wright, of Montrose,
called on friends aud relatives in town yes
terday. Miss Swartout, of Owego, visited at
Spring Farm last week.
Miss John Colsten, of Ithaca, cnlled on
Miss Ella Du Bois on Wednesday.
Mrs. Wood entertained tho Indies of
Spring Farm at diuner in tho Mitchell
House in tbis placo on Thursday.
Mrs. M. J. Duffy is visiting friends in
Miss Mary Scotton is visiting friends in
Mrs. W. W. Adair is visiting ia Corfu,
Mrs. George Stone, of Elmira, who has
been in town visiting her parents, has re
Mr. N. T. Mitchell is repairing the Hill
block on Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards, of Mont
haven, N. Y., are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. B. F. Bernstein.
Miss Blanche Dolph and her brother,
Milo, are visiting with relatives at Dun
more. John Whitic. D. R. Lathrup aud Wind
sor Foster visited the Masonio lodge at
Carbondale Last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. P. Snedicor attended the funeral of
Samuel Sykes at Green Ridge yesterday.
Mrs. George S. Lyon, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. S. M. Rogers, for the
past four weeks, returnod to her home at
Passaic, N. J., yesterday.
The Ontario breaker which has been idle
for the last ten days resumed work again
Mrs. William Walker left yesterday to
spend a few days with ber parents at
Miss Edith Hoppor, of Scranton, is visit
ing at tbe home of Mr. aud Mrs. P. G.
The Sons of Temperauce ontertainment
Ou Oct. 23 the Price Library association
will hold an eutertaiument in tbe rink.
John Evans aud Kate Powell will be
united in marriage next Monday night.
Rov. H. H. Harris, pastor of the Calvary
Baptist churoh, returned Thursday night
from his vacation to Wales.
Miss Bella Conway and Miss Morgan, of
Wilkes-Barre, visited here yesterday.
Dr. Houser and David A Williams were
at Stroudsburg yesterday.
Jennie Davis arrived home last night
from a trip to Canada.
Taylor was largely represented yester
day aud last uignt at the eisteddfod at
Laurel Hill park.
There is nothing like Dr. Thomas' Kleo
trio Oil to quickly cure a cold or relieve
hoarseness. Written by Mrs. M. J. Fol
lows, Burr Oak, St. Jouopb Co., Mich.
The Brown Juniors, of this place, will
play the Hustlers, of Hydo Park, on the
Olyphant grounds tbi afternoon.
T. M. Voyle left yestordav for a weok's
visit at Nowburg nnd New York city.
Dnn Thomas, a former resident of this
place, now residing at Philadelphia, was
in town yesterday.
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce street, Scranton
cures all diseases peculiar to females; 0 a.
m. totf p. m.
Mrs. J. Voylo is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Frank Orchard, at Carbondule.
Miss L'zzie Gallagher was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. John O'Malley, ou Duu
more street, yesterday.
Mrs. Scott, of Duumore, is visiting
friends in town.
Misses Annie nnd Mary Dongher, of
Wilkes-Barre, have roturned home after a
pleasant visit with frionds iu town.
Father MoHugb, of Wilkes-Barre. was
tho guest of Father Stnoultor yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gardner and son,
Perry, left yesterday for a visit with Mrs.
Gardner's parents in Danville. MrB.Gard
uer nnd son will be absent from home for
Miss Clothilda U. O'Connor, of White
Mills, left for St. Mary's college, Putnnm,
Conn., yesterday. She was accompanied
as far as New York by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. 8. O'Connor.
Roy Bauds, of Uawley, was in town yea
terdav. William Muir, of Atlantic City, is spend
ing a few days in town.
Irving Brown loaves today for a visit at
William Penniman is visiting his mother
Burglars effected an entrance into M.
McGrath's barber shop on Main street,
some time oarly Friday morning. The en
trance was made by prying open tho door
with a chisel, marks of the chisel being
plainly seen on tbe door. Thirty-seven
razors nnd two pair of clippers were
stolen. Va'uo, 175. '
E. Iluueeworth, a rpacialist of Philadel
phia, will be in this place today at the
store of W. H. Wildenberg's.
Miss Theta Androws returned to bor
home in Scranton Thursday.
For Sale Cheap Two portable ovens In
flrst-clnss condition. Inquire or address
T. C. Wanzer, Forest City.
R. E. Randall, Edward Randall and
Henry Stuil wore fishing at White Oak
last evening. Their success was .remark
able. Clipped from Canada "Presbyterian,
under signature of O. Blankett Robinson,
Prop'r.t I wesoured-of oft-recurring; bll
Houafceadachai bv Burdock-Blood Bitten.
Baltimore OapltaliaU Purohae the Eiff.l
Bamimorr, Sapt. 7 The World to
dy says that a syndicate of Baltimore
capitalists has pnrohnaed the Elff.il
tower, and that the immense iron and
steel strnotnre will be brought to Bal
timore. The promotors of the Baltimore cen
tennial celebration, which is to be held
in 1807, are said to be the purchasers
of M. Eiffel's wonderfnl building, and
the cost, together with tbe cost of tak
ing apart and transporting tbe seven
tons of metal of which it is construct
ed, is said to be about $500,000.
HE MARRIED ANOTHER GIRL.
And Mlis Tallman End id Her Woe by
Jumping into tht River.
Binohamton, N. Y., Sept. 7. The
body of Miss Adelaiue Tallman was
found in the Sutquehanna river here
this morning. The girl bad been em
ployed as a domestio in this city, al
though her parents an well-to-da resi
dents of Thompson, Sn?quehanne coun
Despondency over the marriage of a
young man with whom she formerly
kept company, it is believed, led tbe
young woman to commit suicide.
For some time past P. W. Anderson and
the proprietors of the Carbondale cash
store have missed various articles from
their stock. As Mr. Anderson was going
down the stairway entering the cellar
Thursday night he discovered a man hid
ing in one corner. Chief of Police Mo
Andrew was notified nnd the young man
was taken care of.
Tbe fifth local convention of tbe Jeffer
son Branch union, Young People's Society
of Christian endeavor, will De held at
Elkdale on Weduesday, Sept. 19.
Uov. and Mrs. T. E. Jopson returnod
home last night from Utica, N. Y whoro
they have boon spending their vacation
With the tatter's parents.
Mrs. Henry Watts and dautrhtor, Mar
garet, of Scranton, Is visitiug Mrs. Watu'
il'iughtor, Mrs. L. A, Huberts, of South
Miss Maine Wntt, of Washington street,
loft yesterday ou a visit with relatives iu
Uuion, N. Y.
Miss Hnttie Whittnkcr, Carrie Rich
mond and Carrie Motzter, of Honesdale, is
tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Wickwire.
Miss Iloyt, who has been tbe guest of In r
brother, John B. Hoyt, of River street, re
turned to her home in West Pittston yes
Tho bickers of Mangnn, the sprintor,
challungo tho backers of McDouough for
a raco for tlflfl n side. Time nnd place to
be agreed on later.
The caucus will be hold this oveniug at
No. ii school.
Miss Dora Rocknfellow, who has boen
visiting friends here for the past few
weeks, returned to her home in Philadel
Sinco Officer Boland put in an nppear
anco at tho city line tho loungers ure be
ginning to make themselves invisible.
TARIFF TURMOIL COSTS.
Ifa; h in gt on Letter in Philadelphia Pre.
Statistics furnished by the Canadian
government show that although it is only
separated from the United States by an
imoginnry line, that country has not suf
fered from any puuic or depression in trade
such as has blighted to such an extent the
happiness of the people of the
United States. This is clear proof
that the trouble here comos altogether
from political agitation, nnd, as a con
sequents of tbe attack ou the tariff. A com
parison with European countries shows that
they have no such trouble as has existed
in the United States. When it is considered
that the actual reduction iu bauk cloar
Ings since June, IWi, bus reached the al
most incalculable sum of 118,000,000,000,
some idea can be gained of what tho coun
try has had to pay for Democratic tariff
reform. There are a great many cither
items, of course, such as the depreciation
of property, tbe actual loss in business
ventures, the loss of eurnings of railroads
and so ou, which are not shown iu the
Miss Urace Wilson
Like a New Woman
1 am feeling since I took Hood's Sarsaparllla. 1
was suffering from latllgcMioB, Catarrh
parilla nnd Mirk Headache
and dlil not have any
appetite. I am glad to iMM
has cured mo of catarrh and all my other
troubles. Oiiack Wn.sor, Ilaluesvllle, N. J.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, constipa
tion, biliousness, sick headache. Indigestion,
Endosud it thi HiaHtrr Mtoioai Aimtsemce
INOAT.KR Will CUre Toll. A
worn Ut fut iunn to flultVrarf
from C'oldi, sore Tbroitt,
or II A Y I RVfcK. Aifntib
ivmptl ?, convenient to carry
In nnrkft. TMft Y tl nan on fiifii mlU-ntmti tit nth
'nn tin lied !? i:itrta Prrmnn-nt Cnrc.
Hntlnf malon fniuranteotl or money ruiumlvU. Prlcfi,
f.O cU. Trinl frt'O nt Driiyn-. JWn Into rod until,
U) coiits. U. D. CUSQMiN, lift, TbrM Riven, Hich., 0. S. 1
MrUTUni Tho nuri'dt and iatVnt ramfNlr for
. . w aii aim uiHftasufl, Helen
tuQuiiifiou ciiMtia, inn mi, i iimi. unuri
fMty liirriLKM. I'rlce, TftrU. nt DniK-rjJfcl u
gljitaorbyiiiitU prinll. Alt1rt'MftniH)Tn. PHI-If1
For sale by Matthew llrot, - uud John
Cbatof the best quality fjr domestio use,an4
ef U rites, delivered In any part of the elt
at lowest prioe.
Orders left at my offloe,
HO. 118, WTOMINO ATKNCR,
Bear room, first floor. Third National Bank:
or sent by mall or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention.
HperlaJ eontrants will be made f or Uw aak
M delivery ot buckwheat Cud.
WM. T. SMITH.
ROOF tinning and soldering all done away
with bv the uso of HAKTMAN'B HAT
ENT PAINT, which consists of liiftrodl nt
Well-known to all It rau bo applied to tin,
galvanised tin, sheet iron roots, ai so to brick
dwellings, which will prevent absolutely any
erumbllni-, cracking or breaking of the
trick. It will outlast tinning of any kind by
fcany yean,and it's coet does not exoeed me
Bfth that of the cost of tinning. Is sold by
h job or pound. Contracts taken by
jkMXuKlO 6a filrobSi
FRANTIC WITH BOILS
And Itching, Would Scratch Until
Blood Ban Down His Limbs. Forced
) to Take to Ills Bod. Whole System
Affected. Doctor after Doctor With
out Cure. Instant Belief; Speedy
Cure by Using Cuticora Bomodlos.
Mv snfferlnira inlpht have henn atnnruut If f
had only known of your Cutmiira Kkmedies
eighteen yoars ago. I contracted tho fever and
ague, and it effected my kidneys so badly that I
bad to have an oiieration, from which resulted
blood poison, and I suffered untold agonies. To
make my sufferings more, my left leg below the
knee broke out in largo blood bolls, and com.
menced a scaly, itching irritation, so that at
times I was almost frantic, and would scratch
until tht blood would trickle down my leg. In
the summer these large bolls would commence,
during which time I would bave three or four
which were so painful that at times I was forced
to take to my bed. Every winter a dry itching
scaly mass would gather on my leg, which with
tho bolls, seemed to effect my whole system.
During all this time, a period of three to nine
moot lis, I bad doctor after doctor, but they gave
mo only temporary relief. This last fall I com
menced using your CiiTiocnA, Cdticura Soap,
and Chtioura'Re.iolvknt, and now the scales
havo all gone, the Itching all gone, I have not
felt sick, and have worked all winter. I would
not suffer again as I havo for the past clghtceu
years for anything. I had doctors from the
west to the east, all to no purpose. I have not
felt so well or boen so long without a sick spell
since taking your remedies. Thanks to them
and to you, and the great Maker of mankind
for my returning health.
1)anii:l p. woonwATtn,
'Warren, Washington County, Vt.
CUTICURA WORKS UDERS
CmcuRA RKMEMEfl cleanse the system by
ertornal and Internal medication of overy erup
tion, impurity and disease, ami constitute the
moBt effective treatment of modern times.
Bold throughout the world. Price, Cdticttha,
60c; Soap, iUc; Resoivent, 1. 1'ottkb Duua
AND Cueu. Corp., Solo Proprietors, Boston.
" IIow to Cure Skin Diseases," mailed free.
I'LRH, blackheads, red, rough, chapped, and
oily skin curod by Cutiouba Boap.
WEAK, PAINFUL KIDNEYS
Rick.irhn, nervous and muscular palni,
and weaknesses relieved In onemlnnto
I by tho UiitlnirA Anil Pain l'laater.
'. Xhe ouly pain-killing plaster.
230 Lacka. Ave.,
Do we hit the mark?
A few minutes
Children'u Kneo Pants. Two
pair for 25 cents.
Hoy's Double-breasted School
Suits; regular prico, 75.
Hoys' Double-breasted Black
Wool Stiit-i ; regular price, !,'.
Men's SuitSingle or Double
. breasted; regular pricj, $7.
Men's Black Dress Suits; reg
ular price, $12.50.
Men's Dress Pants, 50 styles;
regular price, $5.
Above Goods Are All New. The
All goods loft from the
FIRE SALE, which are
damaged by water only, at
your own price.
PIUN 01' THE BE1.U
230 Lackawanna Ave.
Kext door to tho burned buil.linn.
U. A. HULBERT3
City Musio Store,
- WVOUlMtt AVR., BOUAMZO&
TRINWAY A BO
DKCKICB BROTHERS an
BYivajvu.111 it HAUK
Aleta large atoek ot flratlua
Mlibiq, UTO. Kxa
What la More Attractive
Tban pretty (ace 'with trashy brifiH
complexion? For It, rise Poramrs Wjwder.
400402 Lackawanna kit
GREAT ADVANCE SALE OP
THESE goods wHlbesold far below their
' value, and it will pay you to secure what
you need for the winter during this sale. BY
PAYING A SMALL DEPOSIT you can- have
them stored FREE OF CHARGE until wanted.
case 10-4 Blankets, Waito and Grey, winter
price 89e. ; now only - - - -
case 10-4 Blankets, White and Groy, winter
prico $1.50; now only .....
case 11-4 Blankets, White and- Grey, winter
price, $2.23; now only"
case 10-4 White Wool Blankets, whiter prico
$3.75; now only
casell-4 White Wool Blanketa, winter price
$5; now only ......
caso 10-4 California Blankets, winter price
$7.50; now only - - .
case 11-4 California Blankets, winter price
8.50; now only
bales Coinforta, special, worth $3 and $3.25;
now only ....
New lot just received
50c, 90c, $1.25, $2, $2.25, $3 and $4.50
A fine cloth back Screen for $2.25
A fine cloth back Screen for $3.50
An elegant one in cream and gold for
New lot Japanese Scrap Baskets.
Chenille and Yelour Table Covers
EVERYTHING IN THE
KERR 4 SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue.
BRANCH AT CARBONDALE.
We've thought of you as we think of all .
our thoughts run in the direction of Book
Shelves or Cases those kind that are not
expensive, but well made just to answer
your purpose, always ready for quick refer
ence. We have also the more expensive
kind. Then there are Desks and Writing
Tables. We have the latter from $2.50 up,
and the former for ladies from $5 upwards.
They are stylish too. If you want them
sent out of the city, why the extra expense
is ours, as we always pay the freight.
Those that take the Discount off, have baen
playing havoc with that not-up-to-date por
tion of our store. You neglect your inter
ests by neglecting this opportunity. A sav
ing of 20 to 60 per cent.
Tables at $6 each.