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THE SCRAXTOS TraBTJNE-TnUR8DAT' MOBNINCT, AUGUST 8, 1893.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
WEDDED YESTERDAY. .
On of ths Prattteat Weddings Ult I
'At 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon Mis
CecMU U Hart, of this city, waa united
to John N. Umb, or Brooklyn." New
York. Rev. T. P. Coffey performed the
ceremony.. The bride wore a white
eatrn dress, trimmed with Duchess laee.
and over her head waa a veil, which
waa fastened with a diamond atud.
She carried a beautiful bouquet of
Miss Catharine Berlne, of Brooklyn,
N. Y., waa the maid of honor, and wore
a dresa of white Neapolitan. James
Brophy, of Brooklyn, was the best man.
The bridesmaids were Misses Kittle
Flynn and Kathryn Lamb, of Brook
lyn. Augusta Breaker, of Norwalk.
Conn., and Anna Harte. of this city, a
cousin of the bride.
They were dressed In pink organtye,
and wore white .Leghorn hats. They
all carried bouquets of aweet peas.
The ushers were John Coogan. James
McLaughlin. John Loftus, James Gor
man. Patrick Bergan and Hugh Shan
non, all of this city.
A reception was given to the newly
married couple and a few friends at
the home of the bride's .parents. After
the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Lamb left
tor a short wedding tour, and on their
return will goto housekeeping at once
at a newly furnished house an Kent
avenue, Brooklyn. '
CUT WITH A RAZOR.
John Soriano Slashed by a Companion
with Cold Steal.
John Serlano. an Italian, was murder
ously assaulted by John Perry, a fel
There had been sme difficulty be
tween the two men In which Perry's
wife ttgured. 8erlan has no wife and
Perry claimed that he was trying to
gain his wife's love.
Serlano w coming home from worn,
and when on the wire bridge was ac
costed by Parry. There were words be
tween the two. when Perry suddenly
pulled a razor from his pocket and
made a slash at Serlano. Serlano did
not have time to defend himself, but
jumped back, thus distracting the aim
and force of the blow.
Serlano at once went to an alderman
and swore out a warrant against Perry.
Che warrant was placed In the hands
Michael Moran, but no trace of the
man can be found, and it is thought
that he has skipped the town.
John Ksllor, of Simpson. Injured by a Fall
of Top Coal.
Yesterday morning an accident oc
curred at 'the Northwest mine by which
John Kellar, an Italian miner, nearly
lost his life.
No one was near him at the time of
the accident, so It is not exactly known
how it happened. When gome miner
finally came to his assistance, he was
found nearly burled beneath the fallen
They at once seit to work to release
the unfortunate man, but It was some
time before they could do so. His back
was hurt and his left leg burned by
his lamp, which lay against 'it.
Dr. Miles was summoned and at once
made the Injured man as comfortable
as possible, and it is thought that his
recovery will be very rapid.'
Funeral of .Mr. Dempsav.
At 2.30 yesterday afternoon the fu
neral of Paul Dempsey, who died at his
home, on Powderly road, was held In
St. Rose church. The procession was
unusually large, Mr. Dpmipsey's friends
thus showing the respect and esteem In
which he was held by them. The re
mains were Interred In St. Rose ceme
tery after a short ritualistic service at
There are -great preparations being
made In this city for the seven-county
reunion to be held In Montrose on Aug.
11. Frank Hollenbeck. of this city. Is
one of thjt prime movers In the reunion
and he Is very enthusiastic at the out
look. The "vets" are working hard to
make the attendance this year the larg
est. Laes Curtains Csught Firs.
On Tuesday evening much excitement
was caused on Main street by the alarm
of Are, but the Are was put out before
What Shall I Do?
Is the earnest, almost agonizing orj ot
weak, tired, nervous women, and crowded,
overworked, straggling men. Blight dif
ficulties, ordinary caret, household work
or daily labor, magnify themselves into
seemingly impassable mountains.
This is simply because the nerves are
weak, the bodily organs debilitated, and
they do not
proper nourishment. Feed the nerves,
organs and tissues on rich red blood, and
bow soon the glow of health comes to the
pale cheeks, firmness to the unsteady
hand, and strength to the faltering limb.
purifies, vitalizes and enriches the blood
and is thus the best friend to unfortunate
humanity. Be iqre to get Hood's and
only Hood's. All druggists. tl;iixforf&.
HfiftH'a DM la tn after-dinner pill and
1UUU 8 nilS famtiv aaihartie. SKn. .
6REAT CLEARING SALE OF
Wildoi Shades and
leeisejW. tins m a feoasMe Ckarlag Cat
rnoe wut m mace roam ror (tut gooes.
J. SCOTT INGLIS
the fire companies responded. The
alarm was sent from Dr. A. Nlles resi
dence. A window had been left open and
the strong wind blew the lace curtain
against a lighted gaa Jet and set them
on fire. It biased up fiercely and waa
discovered just In .time. If the blase
had not been discovered Just at that
moment, the whole room would soon
have been ablaze and It Is doubtful it
It could have been stopped.
Carboadale Will Soon Have a PuMI LI-
' At the meeting of the council an or
dinance completed from the brief sub
mitted by the Library association was
submitted, but as there waa no com
mittee to approve It, nothing waa done
In It the city promises to supply a
room tn the municipal building with
heat and light and provide a Janitor.
Besides this they will appropriate $400
each year to cover the expenses of the
There are aeveral conditions In the
ordinance, but It Is probable that the
association will comply with these, and
the books, magazines, etc., will bo re
moved at once to the municipal build
ing. ORGANIZED A COMPANY.
Carbondale Will Now Have First-Class
At a recent meeting of the board of
trade a committee, consisting of Messrs.
Trantweln. Tiffany, Rogers, Altken
and Clarkson. were appointed to con
sider the advlseablllty of having a tele
phone system In this cltys
A sub-company was organized and
will accept the franchise granted by
the city and commence work at once.
A. P. Trautweln was appointed presi
dent, E. Clarkson, treasurer, and O. P.
The capital atock of the company will
be $10,000, and a subscription list opened
and shares sold.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Loftus spent
yesterday In Olyphant, where they
went to attend the funeral of a rela
tive. A. L. Ourney and family, who have
been visiting friends In Btnghamton for
the past month, have returned home.
Harry Pfarr, of Archbald, ppent yes
terday in this city.
Miss Rena Daley is entertaining Miss
Lottie Yaple, of Afton, N. Y.
Aiidrew Hanson, of Seventh avenue,
spent yesterday In Scranton.
Miss Mawimle Gallagher, of Crystal
Lake, who has been visiting her mother
on Farvlew stret, has returned home.
Misses Julia Gtbbons and Delia
Coyne, of Scranton, are visiting Miss
Kate Brown, of Brown avenue.
Miss Edith Lewis, of Terrace street,
Is visiting friends in Scranton.
Mrs. W. W. Lott -j quite 111 with
fever at her home on Belmont street.
Professor and Mrs. Dr. Kramer, who
have resided In this cly for the past
two months, removed ! this week to
Scranton, where they will make their
Misses Bridget and Annie O'Horo, of
Olyphant, are visiting their cousin.
Miss Kate McDonald, of Sand street.
Mrs. William Isgar and daughter,
Romalne, are visiting friends In Scran
ton. Mrs. Thomas Gilmartln and children,
of Philadelphia, are visiting In this
The many friends of Thomas Gllhool
will be glad to hear that he Is some
what Improved today from his serious
(Michael Connelly quite 111 at his
home on Pike street.
iMIss Helen Charlesworth, of Hones-
dale, who has been visiting at the home
of Mr. , and Mrs. E. T. Corby, has re
turned home. -
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. E. Morss, of
North Church street, are entertaining
Lieutenant and Mrs. W. T. Burnham,
of Manllus, N. Y.
Mrs. James O'Rourke and daughter,
Annie, are spending a week at Pleasant
A little child of (Michael Crane, of
South Main street,- Is ill with cholera
Misses Lucretia and Hannah Aston,
of Eighth avenue, are entertaining
their cousin, (Miss -Sarah Jones, of
E. L. Bevan, of Peterson, N. J., was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. La.
Mr. and iMrs. J. E. Burr are visiting
IMrs. John Ferguson Is entertaining
Mrs. Dr. Murphy and children, of Dun
more. . ,
IMIss Maria O'Malley has returned
home after a visit with relatives at
IMIss May McNIcol will leave Satur
day to spend her vacation at Crystal
One of the largest excursions of the
season leaves here this morning for
Farvlew under the direction of Rev.
P. J. Murphy, pastor of St. Patrick's
church. One of the features of the
day will be a game of base ball be
tween the Hlckorys, of Jermyn, and
the Olyphant Base Ball club.
Miss Lizzie Lloyd, of Hyde Park, was
the guest of friends in town the fore
part of the week.
Joe Nolan, of Scranton, was In town
Miss Lucy Farrell Is visiting relatives
The funeral of the late Mrs. William
Loftus, who died' on Sunday night, at
her home en Hill street, took place yes
terday morning at 10 o'clock. The re
mains were conveyed to Qt. Patrick's
church, where a requiem mass was cele
brated by Rev. P. J. Murphy, the pas
tor, -rne norai orrerings were numer
ous, and Included many 'pretty designs.
Tne pall-bearers were Patrick OIM al
ley, Hon. T. W. Loftus, William Rogan
iHugh O' Boyle, James McHale and Ml-
onael llogan, A large number from
out of town attended the funeral.
Miss Mary Clancy has returned from
a three week's visit at Binghamton.
John Rogan and daughter. Mm, win
lam Loftus, of Elk Lake, were visitors
in town yesterday.
Miss Minnie Hoban has returned home
Relief In His Honrs.
' Distressing Kidney and Bladder ill.
eases relieved In sis hours by the "New
Great Boutn American Kidney Curt."
This new remedy la a great surprise on
account or its exceeaing promptness Jn
relieving pain In the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sages. In male or female. It relieves re
tention of wate and pain In passing It
almost Immediately. - If yon want quick
relief and curs this Is your remedy. Sold
by C. M. Hams, urnggist, is rena are
nue, Bcranton. Pa, ..;
Fred Tollev. of Honesdale, called on
borough friends yesterday.
Mrs. H. P. Aldrlch, Mrs. J. M. Blvtns,
Mrs. J. M. Brown, iMIss Vlnnle Hyatt
and Miss IMlnnle Oay drove to crystal
Lake yesterday, and spent the day at
that delightful resort,
in k. Vaiwrh. of Carbondale, was a
business visitor In town yesterday.
... . .a. . vr.it.
L. R. Janney will lecture, in me aiein
.wiie .Rniaconai church next Friday
evening on "Life and Customs in In
dia." .Mr. Janney has spent eleven
i.,n in thnt country as a missionary
and Is well acquainted with Its people
and their characteristics, and as a lec
turer he comes highly recommended ty
all who have heard him. Ho admission
will be charged.
On account of the absence of Rev. O.
B. Stone, no preaching services will be
hulil In the 'Methodist Eolscopal church
next Sunday. All other services will be
Between the hours of and 7 o'clock
Tuesday evening fire was discovered In
the upper story of house No. 39, owned
by the Hillside Coal and Iron company,
and located on Railroad street.i The
building was of light, dry material and
before the Are companies got mere tne
flames had gained considerable head
way. Owing, however, to the prompt
and well directed efforts of the firemen
the bluie was soon under control. The
building was occupied by a German
family and most of the furniture up
stairs was destroyed.
D. Bennett, of Rlsley, N. J., Is visit
ing relatives in this place.
F. H. Smith and family rpent Sunday
with his brother-in-law, Henry Taylor,
at Sickler's pond.
The Electric Star band will hold a
clam bake Thursday afternoon and
evening In Nicholas grove. All are In
vited. Two thermometers have -been stolen
from the grist mill lately. The mMler
says if anybody wants a thermometer
he would rather give them the money to
buy one than have them steal It. '
T. Billings and family were at Lake
Wtnola a few days, fishing
Henry Carpenter is moving In his
house on Summit Park.
8. C. Koons visited Scranton yester
day. Leroy Benjamin had a birthday party
Tuesday night. Nineteen were present
and had a very nice time.
G. W. Stanton, of Factoryvllle, was
In town yesterday.
H. P. Wilcox went to Scranton yes
terday. Miss Myrtle Fraunfelker, of Hyde
Park, Is a guest at Byron Laubshler's.
Mr. and -Mrs. Bonno returned home
Mr. and .Mrs. Sharp, of Jennlngsvllle,
are visiting their son, O. S. Sharp, of
this place. m
Miss Dora Potffr, of Park Place, vis
ited friends In town last week.
Miss Harris, of Hyde Park, is a
guest at Oeorge Vosburg's.
Mr. DeOraw returned to his home in
New York on Saturday, i
Mr. and Mrs. J VanBrunt, of New
York, are visiting their brother, C P.
Mr. and -Mrs Noack, of Scranton, were
at J F. Sayre's on Sunday. '
The recital of Mr. Crowell and Editor
Brundy was not very largely attended
on Friday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Saunders, of Scran
ton, are at J. F. Sayre's
Mrs Kolb, who has been confined t
home by sickness, was able to make
ner parents a visit on Sunday
Philip Swartz has irons tn Pnttmiii.
to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. H Depew and
iime son. .
IMIss Katie May and brother. Tommy,
of Wllkes-Barre. and Mian Kn
derig, of Plttston, are" the. guests of
miss Nellie Conboy
'Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Brown, nf ttmM,
lyn, N. Y., are visiting at Mr. Brown's
parents, on spring street.
Miss Pratt, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Is vis
iting Mr and Mrs. W if rian...
Mips Etta Moyle and her Sunday
school class, with a few Invited friends,
held a picnic In Russian pnrk on Tues-
uy nuernoon. Among those present
wers Misses Jennie Cn nnnn ' fin,....
Cannon, Edna Malone, Daisy Wardell,
mzne ivoio. i-.iiza Roberts, iMay Horn
buker, Oertle EFhenhnns-h Ma v-i.t.
korn, Mary Yeager, Donzella Lumley,
Alice Eshleman, Susie Edwards, all of
mum vuiea a good time.
John Slmpklns, of Hawley. who has
ucrn vimng nis brother. Rev. 8. C
Slmpklns, returned to his home yester
day. Mrs. Leonard Whit r k...i..
visited last Tuesday with Mrs. 8. F
Mrs. Chocker, of Warrior Run. is vis
iting at the home of her uncle, Henry
Mr. and Mrs. John Warne were the
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Qendall, at
Jermyn, last Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Sweet, of Ashley,
stopped off here on their return from
Niagara Falls last Tuesday, and took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O.
Mrs. George, A. Bell and son Joseph
arfd Miss Alice Tuthlll wlfl leave this
morning for a two weeks' visit at
Harry and Blanche Carpenter, of
Scott, are visiting at the home'of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank L. Taylor.
"New Mllford by Lamp Llaht" Is
booked for nexrt week. .
The Eagle hotel man Is making the
necessary Improvements to have his
ad re-ad, "Hot and cold water In every
room." . 1
Edward Hay den, Frank BuUerfleld,
John Hand and William Walworth left
today for a trip to New York. ' .
Beanie, one of the champion long
distance riders of Mils mundane, whose
record between New York and Chicago
was recently lowered, was through this
place yesterday looking up a new route,
over which he hopes to decrease his
tlmrt and again get a grip on the record
between the two cities. - ' - '
James Prentice was badly Injured
yesterday In Attempting to board a
moving train, getting two ribs broken,
besides several serious brues.
Many New Mllfocdrtes will partlcl-
ST - -
pate In the Hatlstead conductor's ex
cursion to Ithaca Aug. 24. Fare $1.60.
A farmer from Jackson writes to our
Information bureau fjr a recipe for
keeping the grasshoppers from eating
up all the grass on his pasture land.
Our advice Is to plough It up and turn
the grass under. If this falls you can
wire us. at our expense, for further in
formation. Nat Burdlck nd Albert Heitzman.
wkih their wives, are camping at East
The campmeetlng at Heart Lake la
The potato crop In this section is
reported the largest In ten years.
Bert Turner had his foot baddy in
jured Tuesday while at work.
Misses Katie Thornton. B. Flynn and
Mrt. P. J. Cullei., of Pravlde.iwC, r.t..
returned home last evening after visit
ing the Dougher family. West Avoca.
Walter Anderson returned Monday
evening, after spending a week at Stat
en island. ,
Miss Teresa Pattle, of Plttston, is vis
iting friends here.
Mlra Mame Brehony returned rrom
Philadelphia yesterday to spend her va
cation at her home, on Spring street
Miss Anna Cray, of Wilkes-Barre, Is
visiting friends In town.
tMlssea Josephine and Alice Gllmar
tin, of Dunmore, are the guests of Miss
iMIbs Maggie Dougher, of West Avoca,
Is enjoying her vacation at New York.
iMisses Mary and Sara Mulrooney, of
New York, are visiting the Mulrooney
family, on Vine street.
iMr. and Mrs. Soloman Deeble attend
ed the banquet of the Some of St. George
at Plttston last evening.
The Avoca business men again de
feated the Mooslc business men yester
day, the score being IS to 21.
Miss Sara MoHale. of Carbondale, is
the guest of (Miss Nellie Doherty, of
Misses Mame and Kate Flynn, of
Plttston, are visiting at the home of
Frank MoDermott, of Grove street.
Miss Bertie Lee is spending a two
weeks' vacation at her home, In South
St. Mary's church yesterday after
noon was the scene of a pretty wed
ding. The contracting parties were
John F. Mitchell and Miss Ella Gib
bons. Miss Anna Powers, of Plttston
a cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid,
John F. McLaughlin acted as best man.
The bride looked charming in a travel
Ing suit of gray material, with velvet
trimmings. She wore a hat of brussels
net and coses, and carried a bouquet of
bridal roses. The bridesmaid's dress
was of green cloth and velvet trim
mings; her hat was chip, trimmed with
yellow roses and chiffon; she also car
ried roses. As the bridal party entered
the church the organ pealed forth the
opening strains of Mendelssohn's wed
ding march. After the ceremony a
supper was served at the home of the
bride to the Immediate friends of the
contracting parties. iMr. and Mrs.
Mitchell left on the midnight train for
a tour of Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and other places of Inter
est, and have with them the best wishes
of their numerous friends.
i.viibs L,izzie uougher is spending a
week with friends .at Archbald.
SAME OLD CHESTNUT.
Democrats of Lancaster Pass ths I'snal
Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 7. The Dem
ocratlc county convention met today
and elected delegates to the state con
vention. 'Resolutions were adopted en
dorsing the administration of President
Cleveland; giving the legislation of the
last congress credit for the good times
prevailing, and denouncing the late
state legislature for its J'vlcious legis
lation," particularly in passing the
uovernor lHastlngs' approval of ths
measure was also criticised. B. F. Da
vis was elected a member of the state
" How to Care all skin Dlsesses."
Simply apply "Swayne's ointment.'
Kin Internal m aiii rta MnnlM-l ...
v .......... ............... . u. . .u, vmca .ut
ter, eczema. Itch, all eruptions on the face,
white and healthy. Its great healing and
curative powers are possessed by no other
remeciy. ask your aruggisi tor nwayne
The Finest In the Cltj.
The latest Improved furnish'
tags and apparatus for keeping
meat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Ave
EMPIRE DRY GOODS CO..
516 LACKAWANNA AVE.
TheMwk weprchM1ttheclr III Suit
at Hwslvtam, P. our Hles . "inct jiiIiik.
rovel mora nitlifactory tbaa we thought.
Tbx crowd on Monday u enorrooo.iy largr,
and carried away the Barvalne. and the etork
which la Irft we'll diepoM of at yonr own
tirirem, Hale all wvek at the lollowlnf prieee:
1 eaae Dree Gingham, groea price, J cent.
Our Prioa, 3H Cents
I case of Unbleached Brown Cotton, 4 4,
bMTjr, for sheeting only, groea prico. t
cent. ' r- Our Pries, Cants
I eaae Cheeked Crash, all linen, rroaa price.
10 ornM, . .Our Pries, S Cants
1' eaae Bleached ' Toweta. by ' the pair,
fringed, groan price, cent. -'
Our Pries, 10 Csnta
1 raae 4 Bleached Mohawk Mualin, gross
prion, lu cenu. Our Pries, 12H Cents
A great sale for the ate -of ery household.
1 east of Torkey lied Corton. alias ax4 sad
Mai, grow pries. 11.00 and fl.stt.
Our Prise, BOe. end 69e.
. Past .Turkey Bed. ,
ftp mm m, p sib eras cm m sin
Magnetism as a Curative in
It Is no longer a doubt, but a demon
strated fact, that the power of magnetis-.n
and electricity as used In the cure of
chronic diseases Is the greatest aux
iliary to medicine that is known to science
at the present day, and some of the mort
wonderful cures have been performed ty
the proper use of the above mentioned
powers. Dr. F. B. Smith and staff have
employed those powers tn the' cure of
chronic dlxea.ies for many years with the.
most remarkable good results, as the fol
lowing cane will show: Mrs. Oronte. a
lady about SO yeurs old, came to Dr. Smith
and staff. She was suffering with strict
ure of the throat for about e'.Rht year.
For over six years she had not swallowed
a mouthful of solid food. She had be.tn
compelled to live on tea, coffee, milk and
the thlnest kind of soups. She hail been
doctoring for years,, but found no relief.
She was told by several doctirs that there
was no cure, that all she could hope for
was death, which would come by degrees,
or. In other words, that the passage to her
stomach would close and she would stane
to death. Living in utter despair a friend
called her attention to an advertisement
In ths paper of the cures made by Dr.
Bmlth and staff, and contrary to the ad-;
vice of the family physician she com- j
menced taking magnetic treatments, bhe
was told that she had simply thrown her .
money away, that no doctor could cip-o
her, but despite of all those protestations
she Is today a living testimonial to the
healing virtues of muirnetlsm, for she km
absolutely and permanently cured of her
affliction by Dr. Smith and staff. If you
are suffering with any complaint cull on
those doctirs at win Linden street, opposite
the court house, and be cured. Consulta
tion free from 9 to S daily except Sunday.
Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 a. m. to
9 p. m.
230 Lackawanna Am, Scranton
The Time May Not Be All
It Should Be, bnt Out
Will go a great tray toward
evening up things
for oar customer,
I SHE DIM THIS WEEK.
lea's Salts, regular price $9, $4.65
Men's Suits, regular price 12, 7.75
Ben's Pasts as loi as
Ben's Cassloere Pants
Ren's Fine Dress Pants
A Seriiceable Snit for $ ,85
A Good Wool Salt for
A Hobby Dress Snit for
2 Pair Inee Pants for
230 Lackawanna Ava,
SIGN OF THE BELL.
eases of Summer Balbrlggan Men's lTn
. derwear. In all qualities, gross price, 23c,
Sic nnd We., our
Price to Close Out Entire Lot 20e
08 dozen Men's White Unlaundried Shirts,
pure linen bosom, double front and back,
gross price, 50 cnts,
Our Prlee, 29 Cents
tOO dozen of Outing Sblrtvln all qualities,
. gross price. 9c. aOe.. 80c., c. and ?Sc.
We wilt make a sweep on the entire lot
and let her go at 29 Cents Your Choice
HOSIERY-Tbeee prices wHl bold good -for
all this week. &M pair Men's Socks
at Be., gross price, 10s. ; W pairs Ladles'
Fast B ack Hoes, gross price, 10 cents,
Our Price, So ' of French
Balbrlggan Half Moae, snd Fast Black
Hob, gross price, 2S cents,
Our Prlee, 12 Cents
- Ladles' Teste at one-half less than alsjwhere.
Be careful and call.
Vrushhurn-Croshy Co. wish to assure their many pmt
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, ana
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers a ro
ot the opinion thut it Is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will take
no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully thre
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling has)
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.a flour far above other
MATTINGS UNDER VALUE
-v 1!. '1
. . 1 . 1 1
nit? iirfseMiL riiL win
Yiiiue ever uiicrcu. iuc
iu iue injn.il aim iuc puiicms, in many uiaiaucca, aie
finite tliflferpnt from what von will see elsewhere.
Samples sent by mail. State quality wanted.
Highest grade inserted figured and fancy style
Cotton Warp Mattings, former price $12.00, now $9.
Pine Seamless Fancy, was $11.25,
Superior Seamless Fancy, was $io.5o,
Extra Heavy, was $10.00,
A Good Stout Matting, was $7.00,
A Medium Grade, was $5.00, -
All Mattings measure 40 yards to a roll. Cut quan
tities 2c. and 5c. per yard above the roll price. Any of
these Mattings are cheap enough to buy for future use. An
early visit of inspection is earnestly solicited.
406 and 408
BRANCH AT CARBON
THE DICKSON MANUfACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Qeneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Too cold for Baby Carriages and Mattings to sell
with a rush now we've too many of each on hand
it is more profitable for us to clear 'em cut NOW
think you would profit by it more than we
Prices we are quoting are bound tomake 'em go
The recognition you gave our Odd and End Sale
, was very satisfactory to us we know it was to you,
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