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THE fiCRANTON TRIBUNEMONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 3, 1894.
REBUKED JHE SOPRANO
And the Young Minister Culled. His
Flock Scandal Mongers.
TOPIC OP THE TEA PAKTIES
The .Members of the Congregation Tulked
too Freely of the Sudden Conversion of
Pretty Miss Scalo-Auburn Uulred
By the United Press.
New York, Dec. 2. According- to ac
counts, church affairs are breezy down
ut Ozone park, L. I. In fact, there was
a full blown ecclesiastical cyclone
there. The storm center of It was the
Rev. A. Randolph Hageman, rector of
the Protestant Episcopal church of the
Kplphany, who, according to yester
day's bulletins, was movlriK at the rate
of forty miles an hour toward Philadel
phia. The Rev. A. Randolph Hageman came
to serve the Protestant Episcopal
Church of the Epiphany lust July. He
hud Just been graduated from the Gen
eral Theological seminary. A year or
so before that, when a student, he had
for a short time been lay leader for the
little church. He made many pleasant
acquaintances then, and when he came
as rector was received most cordially
He Is handsome, accomplished and In-
...II t 1TI- L.,.1.. I.. n.ml. r. 11 li.tn
had. The young women call It auburn.
He was Just a little quickly tempered,
some persons say, and he is certainly a
very determined young man.
The young minister, It Is said, wns
neither married nor engaged. In Ozone
Park, famed all over Long Island for Its
lovely young girls, there were naturally
mothers with marriageable daughters.
So there were afternoon teas at which
the young and reverend Mr. Hageman
was the guest of honor, receptions
vhere he was the Hon, and parties
where fair maidens told him that they
were '"so pleased to meet him." He
was Invited to dinners. He was in
vited to call.
..Miss Sealc Joins the Church.
Henry Van Wicklen, a prominent citi
zen, .welcomed the young rector to
Ozone Park by giving a reception In his
cosy horn on Helmont avenue, to which,
besides numerous other guests, all the
pastors of the other churches were In
vited. .MIbb Florence Searle was there, too.
She was glad that the Church of the
Kplphany had a resident rector instead
of an occasional lay reader. Come to
think of it, she used to belong to St.
Peter's Protestant Episcopal church In
Brooklyn. When her parents moved to
Ozone Park, she explained, she, yielded
1o their request and joined the Method
ist church, Just across the way, of
which the Rev. R. F. Norton was the
pastor. She sang In the choir there.
IMd Mr. Hugeman propose to have a
choir now? She decided then and there
to Join the Church of the Epiphany.
Over the teacups some of the members
of the Episcopal Churchof theEplphahy
said that Miss Seale seemed in a great
deal of a hurry to join the church and
decided that they would not receive her
with sisterly warmth.
They felt much aggrieved, too, when
this Miss Seale took great Interest In
Sunday suhool work: so much so that
ehe was chosen to gather up the pennies
contributed by Ozone Park boys and
girls for the support of the missionaries.
As treasurer of the Sunday school she
had to consult with the Rev. Mr. Hugfc-
iimn quite frequently.
This was observed by the ladles of the
sewing circle and the missionary so
olety. They looked Into their, teacups,
replenished with the second and often
the third "drawing" and shook their
heads. Some of them had daughters
and some had not. They all agreed
that when they were young such a thing
as a feminine Sunday school treasurer
And the Rev. Mr. Hageman found
that Miss Seale had an excellent voice.
She told him so, the tea drinkers said.
He Insisted thoit she should sing In the
choir. She sang' soprano solos. That
was entirely too conspicuous, -thoulk
the ladles of the sewing circle and the
JJand of Hope, so some of them con
cluded that something ought to be done
to repress that young woman.
They Rebuke the Soprano.
A few of them stopped speaking to
li.-r and some of them treated her cold
ly. One afternoon as the young Hyson
g:ive forth its fragrance, somebody re
marked that a rector should marry a
young woman who hud always been an
Miss Seale noticed that some of her
Episcopal sisters were not speaking to
lu-r.- She thought, too, that some of
tri.-m were talking about her entirely
too much. She went to the Rev. Mr.
Hageman and told him about it.
The young rector was Indignant.
Persons of his temperament sometimes
pet that way quickly, say what they
feel and think afterward. . , ,
It Is said that the Rev, Mr. Hage
man was a little that way. The next
day was Sunday. This was six weeks
ago. He detained the congregation a
few minutes longer than usunl and
scolded them. He called them gossips
and wandal mongers. He said that
they had been sa'ylug unkind things of
one another. They had treaited per
sons coldly whom they ought to wel
come. Then the young pastor referred
feelingly to one or two parishioners
whom he himself had Introduced into
the churdh, who hatl not been received
Most of the members of that congre
gation-went home to their Sunday din
ner very Indignant. They said that
their pastor was hotheaded and being
very Impressionable had been In
tluenoed by a certain young woman to
say things which he had better have
left unsaid. A few of them Raid that
they didn't like Miss Seale very well
m a ..;jmn ...
anyway and; that they didn't have to
speak to her if they didn't want to.
If she.had rejnajned with the Method
ists ali this would not have happened.
They . agreed that the young rector
should apologize. .!
Some of them approached 'him about
the matter of a retraction. He would
have none of It. He went about on his
bicycle looking as handsome and Inde
pendent as ever.
Then coldness laid hold upon that
congregation. Some dldn' think much
of a rector -who went "trapusslng
around the country on a runaway
Home of them concluded that he spent
too much time calling upon the young
women and not enough in visiting them.
Some said they never did like men with
red hulr anyway.
The Rev. Mr.Hageman thought that
the treatment of Miss-Seale was very
uncalled for. He championed her euuse
like a knight errant, and thought that
certain persons who drank tea ought to
apologize to her and to him.
He concluded after a while that there
would always be more or less feeling
against him. A most timely and con
venient call cunie to him to be the
curate of a church at Frunkfort, Pa.
He accepted It at once, and the first
the congregation knew of it was when
they read In a local paper that he had
The Minister Resigns.
The Rev. W. P. Bird, canon of the
cathedral at Oarden City, went to
Ozone Park and tried to heal the breach.
His mission was unsuccessful. The
Rev. Mr. Hageman left for Philadel
phia yesterday on his way to his new
field of labor.
Miss Seale has left town. Her family
decline to say whore she has gone. It
is reported that she Is on her way to
Bermuda. She Is greatly pained and
shocked over the whole unfortunate af
"My advice to young clergymen," said
one of Ozone Park's ministers, com
menting on the matter, "is never to ap
pear to, pay attentions to a young lady
who Is a member of his congregation or
who resides In his parish. Otherwise
he may be made the victim of unpleas
iML'SIC TEACHERS TO MEET.
tute Association to Assemble in Harris-
burg Day After Christinas.
By the United Press.
Iluri-isbtirg, Dee. 2. Arrangements
for holding the convention of the Penn
sylvania State Music Teachers' associa
tion In this city for three days, begin
ning Pec. 26, have been completed. On
Wednesday there will be an address of
welcome from Governor Pattison and
reports of committees to be followed by
a song and piano recital and in the
evening a grand concert, In which
Philadelphia artists and Marie Decca
Thursday will be devoted to, music,
reading of essays and discussions lu
which prominent teachers from all over
the state will take part; In the after
noon an Instrumental and song recital
and In - the evening a grand concert.
Friday officers will be elected and es
says read, and there will be an organ re
cital. In the evening an orchestral and
general Concert will be given with a
chorus of 250 and an orchestra of fifty
with Maurlts Leefson and W. W. Gil
christ, of Philadelphia, as conductors.
The meeting Is looked forward to as
an Important event In musical circles of
BURNS SHOOTS A WILD CAT
the Hob-Tailed Feline lulls lie fore a
forest City Marksman.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Dec. 2. Friday nfternoon
two expert marksmen, William burns
and Thomas Kane, of this place, went
out In search of game. They were In
the vicinity of the Goodrich" farm when
they came' across a dead horse which
had become fastened In some manner
between two small trees, and not being
able to extricate himself had starved to
death. When the hunters approached
three wild cats of good size were found
feasting on the remains. A ball from
Mr. Burns' rifle dispatched one of the
felines. It was sent to Scranton to be
mounted by u taxidermist.
A few years ago panthers and other
larger game abounded In the locullty
where this wild cut was shot.
P1XGREE IS ECCENTRIC.
He Poisons Ills Horses Kuthcr Than Peed
Them All Winter.
By the United Press.
Detroit, Doc. 2. "Yes, I had them
both killed; 'twas cheaper than feeding
them all winter," said Mayor Plngree
In answer to the question us to the truth
of the rumor that he had both his hand
some carriage horses chloroformed. The
killing took place several days ago,
Mayor I'ingree hud the horses chloro
formed, he said, because If he sold them
he feared they would be Ill-treated.
The mayor has Issued an address
claiming the' bakers had a monopoly
and that he would try to get munlcipu
bakeries, started that would give the
poor three loaves of bread for a nickel
The ideas of the mayor, with his at
tempt to settlo the Pullmun strike las
summer, have caused a gVeat deal o
FOUNT) DEAD AT COXTON.
John Muhoucy, a llrakeman, Is l.lterully
Cut to Pieces.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Pittston, Dec. 2. John Mahoney, aged
33 years, was found dead In the Cox ton
yards at 2 o'clock this morning. It is
supposed he had been run over by a
west hound freight train.
He was literally cut to pieces. Ma
honey was a brakeman, whose home
was in Laceyvllle.
A Mistake In Terras.
From the Boston Transcript.
"Does your daughter play on the piano?'
Fogg "No; she works on the piano and
plays upon my nerves.
W A IL fin ?
Reading; railroad shoos are on eight-
hour time again, - !.'' . .. . ; ,-.
.Union Paeiflp receivers: Wfinled !i 000
nnuul salary apiece. They got 12,(W0.
President Wilbur holds urosh-s for 418.-
240 Shalt of Lehigh Viilley.-Stck and Is
safe. ; v ( f-, .
The Tresekow wailiery j)f the Qonlaclt
Coal company is Mr -suit,, but ' not ' yet
sold. :,'" .
Elmer H. Lawall is generally regarded
as Mr. LelHenrlng'g' suecessor In the 'Le
high Coal and Navigation presidency.-' '
John King on Friday, retired from the
esicieney or the Erie, railroad, because or
heiillh; and was succeeded by E. 13.
homuH, previously llrst vice president.
The New York, Ontario and Western
railroad reports groHS eurnlngs for Octo-
r of SKi.Ylifi. a decrease of $15, 005 us
compared with the fame month of last
For the week ended Nov. 24. anthrarlte
shipments aggregated 1,043,774 tons, an
lid-ease over same week last year of 200,-
i5 tons. The W yoming region s share of
this Increase was 74,700 tons.
Major Sam Losch, of Schuylkill county,
having abandoned politics, is now build-
g a line breaker on his recenaly-uur-
hused tract of coal lond near Donaldson
and getting ready to clip coupons.
The Railroad Coul 'Operators' associa
tion, a bituminous organization modeled
after the anthracite Individual operators'
union, will hold an Important meetlnng
lu Pittsburg tomorrow. They will, It Is
bought, demand an equalization of
Local coal Interests nrp well pleased at
the co-operation of the Lackawanna peo-
le In December restriction. It Is be
lieved thut Presidents.Sloan und Olyphant
will not Ho absent from the next con
ference of roal-carrylnu railway presl-
lents this week. '
STOCKS AND BONUS.
By the United Press.
New York, Dee. 1. Irregularity mnrkert
the course of prices on the Stock ex-
hange in tho early trading, but soon uf-
terward the list moved up under the lead-
rshlp of American Sugar, which rose
Va. The ehunire of sentiment Iti this stock
was due to a bellef'thut the managers of
the company will not enforce tho order
of Wednesday last which called for a
omplete ' suspension ' of Interests. Chl-
ago Otis, after rising to "u:ls, sold down
to KWt, the lowest point of the week.
Later there was a recovery to 70. The
general railway list was decidedly firmer
fter the opening anil advunced U to
lr!i. The strength of the Grangers was
tie to rumors that the St. Paul for tho
fourth week of the current month will
show an Improvement. The coalers were
bought by shorts who uru looking for
Important developments in the trade to
follow .Monday's meeting of the sales
gents. In a general way the market was
benefited by expectation of a favorable
message from President Cleveland on
llnanelul questions. Speculation closed
strong and 4 to 1 higher on the day.
Sales were 11.1, 700 shares.
The range of today's prices for the ac
tive stocks of the New York slock market
are given below. The quotations are fur
nished Tho Tribune by (. du li. Dlmmick,
manager for William Linn, Allen & Co.,
stock brokers, 412 Spruce street, Scran
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. inic.
Am. Sugar Ite'g Co. Ki'b 8.V1 KIK asvj
Atch., To. & S. Fe... fiU 0'i r.'8
hes. & Ohio 174 17 174. 17
hlcago (Jas li'.W, 'IPs '"
hlc. & N. W US !IS, S7 iS
111.'., II. & Q GS-H C'J'i C9i
'. C. C. & St. L 37!.. 3S :i7'i 38
?hle.. Mil. & St. P... '6714 5 572 f,9 '
Chic, It. I. & P Wtk Cl'i lio'i til'i
Delaware & Hud....l2B VX'i IS'i ir.'i
1)., 1j. & V Ilk) ' Wt ' KiU im
I list. & C. F i 7T4
Jen Klectrlc. ....... 34i Xi'u 81
Luke Shore IXi'ii 13S ISP... 135
Louis. & Nash 54 fd3. 54 . 543i
.Manhattan Ele 105 1058 PHii. iovH
Nat. Cordage S'i ti S'i X'i
Nat. Lend 3 3 H 39
J. Central. .v.. .'..'. 3 Itt'i' 3
Y. Central HS- 98 !IS tH lj
N. Y. & N. 10 .801,3 SO'i 3U'2 '110
N. Y L. E. & v.... 11 11 11 11
Nor. Paclllc, Pr.' 17" 1S'4 .IT, .' IS'
Texas ' Paclllc 9-H 9' 5i V
Union Purine....;... 11 11 11 11
Wabash, Pr 14 14 14 14
West. Cnloii 87'i ' Rii'i W
.1. T 90. 93 90 92
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADK PRICES,
, Op'n- High- Low- Clos
lug. est. est. Ing.
May GO' s W fiWJ C0
December K'a foi lu'i ;'
May iii-s , 32"
December '.. 29 .... i... 29
May ' tfi. . 49'i 49'4
December 4-.fe '. 40 li1
January 7.00 7.02 7.00 7.02
May .7.17 7.27 7.17 7.20
January 12.10 12.12 12.02 12.12
May 12.37 12.45 12.30 12.45
New York Produce Market.
By the United Press. '
New York, Dec. 1. Flour Steady
Wheat Active, unchanged, llrm: No. 2
red store and elevator, i)9Via:i9'2c. ; afloat
ti0'iutwc.; f. o. b.. tio'4u01'ic; No. 1
northern, 58a59c; options closed steady
and unchanged; Junuary, (W! aCoc. ; Feg-
uury, (ilMic; March, 62'vi;.; May, t3"c
July, "t;ic. ; December, DWfce. Corn Dull
firm; No. 2, 68io. elevator; 59c. afloat; No,
51!!c; options closed llrm but dull; IJe
eember, 55',ic. ; January, 53u531ic ; May
63',i.c. Oats-Dull, steady; options dull
December, 33c. ; Junuary, Sic; spot
plrecs, No. 2, '. BHuXityQ.; No. 2 . white
ar.Vic;: No.H Chicago, 34-ia3lc.: No. 3. 33c
No. 3 white, 37'2e. ; mixed western, 34f'.a.
35c. Ueef-Qtilet, steady. Tlerced Beef
Inactive. Cut Meats (julet, weak. Lard
(Julet, firm; western steam closed $7.35a
7.37'a; city, 0c; December, 17.30; January,
$7.35; rellned, quiet; continent. $7.70; South
America, W.20; compound, 5',att5e. Pork
Dull, steady. Butter Quiet, steady
state dairy, 13a23'ac. ; do. creamery, 8a
5c; Pennsylvania do., lSa25c. ; western
dairy, llaltic; do. creamery, 15a2Ge.; do.
factory, lUal5c. ; Elglns, ie. ; Imitation
creamer, Ka20c. Cheese Quiet, firm
Eggs Firm; stale and Pennsylvania, 25a
20c; western fresh, 25c; uo. per case,
a4; southern, 23u2lc.
Buffalo Stock Market.
By the United Press.
Buffalo, Dec. l.-Cattle Roeelpts, 74i
head; on sale, 40 head; market closed
steudy; the outlook fair for good stock,
Hogs Receipts 12,500 head; on sale, 7500
head; market steady; good Yorkers, H.fioa
4.55; mixed packers, K4.tiSa4.tiO; mediums,
K4.6oa4.07l; good heavy, K4.i0; roughs, 13.7
a4.10. Sheep and Lambs-Receipts, 8,000
head; on sale, 14,000 head; market dull
choice native lambs, K3.40a3.tiO; fair t
good, K3a3.25; culls and common, K2.25a2.83
good mixed sheep, K2.15n2.ll: fair to good,
KI.75o2; Canada lambs, fair to good, K3.70a
3.85; extra heavy, J I.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Bv tho United Press.
Philadelphia, Dec. 1. Tallow Is firm
and higher. We. quote: City prime In
hhds. 45ic: country, prime, In bbis, 4c.
country, dark, In bbls, 4'ia4'8e.; cakes, Xc,
The (iiittu Pcrcha Smell.
From the Detroit Tribune.
"The new manager got himself Into
bad odor by trying to reduce salnrles
explained the snake charmer.
"Indeed," rejoined the concessionaire
of the peanut privilege.
"YeB. It made the India-rubber man
hot. , .....
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnslow'H Soothing Syrup has
Been usea lor over niiy years uy mil
lions of mothers for their children, whll
teething, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays .all
nniti tiren wind colic.-and Is thebest
remedy for 'diarrhea. Bold by druggists
In every part of th world. Be sure ami
ask for Mrs, Wlnsiow sootning Syrup,
and take no otber kind. Twenty-five cents
WANTS OV ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOK, . IN AD
VANCE?. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT?
IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LE88
THAN 25 CENTS- THI9 RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREE.
V T canvassers familiar with uroniiuui mer
cantile trade; money maker o 181)4, Aim
clever gt n. canvasser on greatest seller of tlio
day. SUtuloy Hiad y, 5 E. Kith St., Now York.
TANTKD - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
' liandio our line, no uoddlinir. Hal hit.
'5 per month and exuenses Dald to alh Uoods
utirelv new. Annlv imk-klv. P. o. Bax. Saus.
.. ! ' -
. Helo Wanted Females.
J imr and arirlreAKini? nironlaML fur n. at
home. No canvanaimr. Position tinrmauunt.
V With ntdtniM..! miVHlnnA. " M IMS. MARIK
Help Wanted-M are.
Wanted-salesman; salahy fkom
' ' start : iwrinanmit nlaco BROWN HROs.
Company, Nurserynunji Kuehoateri N. Y.
OALE8MEN, S76 MONTH AND EXPEN SES
13 Self: seller:, : exuerienee ' uniweeiwury.
KNEELAD M'F'U. CO., Chicago.
Af ANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
canvasser. Address T. B.. eai'e Tribune
otllt:e, Mcranton, Pa."
7 ROOM HtmsEFOKjiKNT-FURNAt'B
I beat, if wanted, 810. mil North Garfield
avenue. . , , , .,
,U'RNIHHEl HOUSE iTO RENT FOR SIX
X months. 439 Wyoming avunuo.
OR ItENT-SIX ROOH HOUSE ON WE8T
I. Luukawanna avenue. Addroat THOMAS
, Lv ANS, near lift! Luzerne, Uyda Park.
OR RENT-ONE HALF STORE. 120 Penn
nvonu", $30 par month.
'OR RENT NIUELY FURNISHED HALL
suitable for lulra room JUIIM JEH-
MY'N, UO Wyoinlay ovenua.
ARMS EXCHANGED FOR HOUSEH ;
houses excliant'ed for farms. R. EH
EST COMKlU't. Real Eitate Awnt. Vli
Washington, Price niiildinu.
AM NOW PRKPAHED TO FUKNIKH EX.
lilbitions and lectin e noon anv subiei:t iln.
sired. Thuso exliibitious will bo illustrate!.
having in my possession the luuat powerful
dissolving stereopticons made.
j . H. C'Alifj; Trlbuns omce.
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1LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAC4A
) zines. etc-, bound or rebound at Tim
TlunuNU cilice. Vuiok work. Rcasonubla
MEAL TICKETS CAN BB HAD AT 141
cornor bnruco Btreet and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $3.50. Quod
nine uoaru. . ,
WILL BUY ON EOF THE BIUOEST
bareainB ever offered in this eltv. A
nvnte nontlcman will sell liin handnnmn fum.
Iv nd road mure ( Elsie W. . I! vumv. nlil. l.'Af
liandn hiith, wclulit 1 lii Doiinds. verv rnniie
und finely turniHl, long HowIhk tuune and tail:
poi Ttciiy aoumf, learluas of stuuiii. electrlo or
trolley curs, sara for ladles to drive with or
wit hunt blinds, blsio w. was bred und rum d
liy Ur. 'I lit m on his stock farm. Paris, Ky.
Elsie V. wag tired bv Kenturkv Volunteor.
dutu Bwe'etiiPfts, with a record of she by
and inmiy otlieru in 2. list, This mure has no
I mono recoru una nev.er trotted fur money,
nit trotted in the gentlemen's iWl race the
llitli of Hmitember. a rear airo. in iiilj. f'M.
llttlj. Elsie W. trotted the Mimu uf ternonn to
tne nolo nun lari vt iiKesatrial mile lu i.ZJ'i,
me inai nan in i.uy.: cue nun t wear any
boots or weights. aiiiare. level trotter. Her
pedieree 'iin be fun, idled' to pnrcliHser., bile
would make one of the finest brood inaros In
the htnte. Her bruediii is flue. Hlie lms been
used the last ten months by my wifu niul
daughter. Who iaafe for anyouu to drive. I
will guarantee her to Koto the track in pres
ent condition and trot a mile In I will
hook her to the nolo with any V2 horse. The
only reason I sell this mare at tint low figure
is to get my duuk'liter's saddle horse and pony
a good home, and well taken care of, for which
i win pay ,k per mourn mi ner return irom
Florida, the 1st of next May. M . B.-Also Hue
fallinK top biiKtrV'. Ihade by Brew.-. tor. of New
York, with pole and shafts, double and single
harness, bluukols, robet, whips, etc. The out
fit ill bo sold for $U50, or the mare for
includitiK her blankets an 1 clothes. This mare
must bo seen to be uppreciatud. ' Anyone
meaning busuirsa will call personally or by
letter to owner's residence, lid Hurth Fif
teenth Street. Phlla. No dealers need mmlv.
as 1 want so get ley maro a good home.
W. H hl'OTT.
ITUATIOX. WANTKD - DRESSMAKER
would like to no out bv. the day. or tului
work at home- Address R., -IS Spruce street.
SITUATION WANTED BY A WIDOV
ij ladv as Uoiisekeener. Call or address 11 1!)
Blair avenue, Park Place.
C1TUAT10N WANTED A YOUNU MAN
11 Llliot ll.fA Ulb O '.. 1
n' uiunii iietn num ni, untoi vnii uwvo HUH
milk; would like to work on fuim; good rof-
A -Spectacles f'-'
Yes sir, t We
have a specialist
uere to lit you who
does nothing else.
Sit right down
I UUU HU1C JVUI
I I f -. eyes fitted in a
and have your
': KLii'titilu- manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
r II ' aw-. 'Haia.
Instruments In every lense of the term
M applied to Pianos.
Exceptional In holding their original ful
ness of tone.
NEW YORk WAREHOUSE, ' N. 80
Fifth avenue. . . ,
SOLD BY " " '
1119 Adama Ave.New Telephone Bdg t
Rare von Bore Throat. Flmelea. CenneiCnlnnut
Spots, Aches, Old Motes. Clcers In Month, Ilntr
KalllnK? Wrlttiok Uemedr Co., OT Ma
soalaTemrJle(Oklcaao,IllMforeroo(sofourea. Cavpltitl a)uOO,OtU. l-allenUeured alneyeara
What Is Mor AtVactlvo
Than a pretty face With a fresh, bright
complexion? For It, use Pouonl's Powder.
Children's .Natural Wool, free from rough and Irritating substances. . VESTS, PANTS AND BOYS' DRAWERS, in all
j sizes from 10 to 34. '251'. for iO ; rise 5c. a size. Lowest figures ever reached for these goods.
1 ! : '
i FOR GENTLEMEN;
A large purchase of Camel's Hair,
Pure Wool. Regular $1.50 quality at
Special Low Price,
$1.00 Per Garment.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE 209 Washington Ave.
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here in
-, -, - v Scranton by the
WYOMING AVE., SCRANTON.
STEINW&Y S SON '
KRANICH & BACK .
STULTZ i BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
AllNING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
ilanutactared at the Wapwalloprn Mills, Li
zerne county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District,
118 WYOMING AVE., Scranton, Pa
, Third National Bank Building.
TH08. FORD, Uttstuu. Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH te bUN, Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLUiAN, Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Agents for the Kepauuu Chemical Com
pany's High Explosives.
BRXTHB IH0I CO., Ino'p. CaelUl, $1 ,00.0a.
BUI 91. HO SUOB IN THE WORLD.
"A dollar tattd It a dollar tamed." r
This lilies' Holl.l French Dongola Kid Ttt
toa iloot delivered free any where Id the U.S ., ee '
roeeipi oi asn, money vrar,
or PoaUl Nute tor $ 1 .40.
Kquala every way the booli
bcIiI la all retail, (tores lor
I'J.W. Wo nuke this boot
ourselves, therefore we far
onu uie jii, fiyw uhu wren
li any one is not swuneu
will refund the mosey
or send another pair. Opera
Toe or common bsdm,
wldtbt C, P. B, ft UK.
.lies 1 to t and half
Dexter Shoe Co
Special ttrmi to Dealer:
THE SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs dally via
BIG 4 ROUTE
(Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St,
Lou la Ry.) hetweon
ColumUui, Bpringfleld, Dayton, Indian-
apous, peorta and
i ST, LOUIS,
with magnltlcont Wagner Sleeping, care.
Combination Library and Cafe care. Ele
gant uoaenofi ana. JPIhfng cars, i ... ;
: M -Th8 finest Train In - America."
See thiat yur tickete read via the
BIQ 4 ROUTE.
Time tables and Information cheerfully
turnmneu on BDjuicpilon to ,. . ; ,
S. J. GATES, Oen'l Eastern
40 Exchange St., Buffalo, N. T.
U. E. Incalla. Prnslrt.nt' n. B. Martin.
General Passenger Agent: E. O. MaCer-
wtcg, iramo Manager, cinoinnau, u,
LADIES' UNION SUITS.
Best Values Obtainable.
Natural Ribbed Fleeced, - 50c
White Ribbed Fleeced, ' - . ' - 75c
White Ribbed Fleeced,- - 95c
Natural Wool, - - $1.00
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
Washburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many paf
rons thut they will this year hold to their usual custom
of milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the-new crop
is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers are
of the opinion that it is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will take
no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully three
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling hus
placed Washburn-Crosby Co. 's flour far above other
We have the following supplies of lumber secured, at
prices that warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade :
Pacific Coast Red Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" and other Michigan Brands of
' White Pine and White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White and Norway Pine Lum
. ber and BUI Timber.
North Carullna Short and L,ong Leaf
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Rails, Mine Ties, Mine
Props and Mine Supplies in general.
THE RICHARDS LUMBER COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH BUILDING, SCRANTON, PA.
DID YOU KNOW?
That we WILL GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
' FORKS for an equal weight,, ounce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en-
; graved free: A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
a m ..A.Hia m.ram istit. VTT.T.SJ And. t B. V A m nthap.
UR. MOTT8 CHEMICAL CO, - ClovoUiad, Ohio
For Sale by C. M. HARRIS, Drugglt, 127 Ponn Avenua.
iv ei r-r la. i
, Heine ua tuns
ale By JOHM H. PHEIP3,
Street, Scranton, Pa.
i'-.i X ii t
Juniata County, Pennsylvania, Whits
Sullivan County Hemlock Lumber and
Tioga County Dry Hemlock Stock
Hoard. . -.:.-
Elk County Dry Hemlock Joist and
TVtTBffc'a' U " fl Tha onlT aafa, aura anft
ever offered to Ladles,
ed to married Ladiea.
rrteV.:00 fer box, , boxM to, jfto.
, M At
Hen diKorsrj. Will bran ton npla a wmi. al4wliaWRlTTS .
, :lt;BiN,tw. toCura VrooDebimT. Loas of ivisl powsr la allkn Mik
lntolunlirf Imlnlasi froai aa; aauis. If nflctd, such troublts Uaa
tfsmmpllon or loan Uy, ll.flo pr boi by mill, bom (nr S5. Wita " ,
vrder aive a wrltua guarauia lo euraw rafua4 lha aisaay. Aoat.i
tHkl MEPIClME CO- CloaUud, Obio.
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