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TITE SCBANTOX - TRIBUNE TnUBSDAT SfOliKtNO, NOVEaiiJEtt 7, 1895;
AvI uuuiia iuauniy . J "O -
tnost obstinate cases. Klicunintism cured
la from 1 to S days. Dyspepsia and all
stomach troubles quickly relieved. Catarrh
positively cured. Headache cured in S
minutes. Nervous diseases promptly cured.
Kidney troubles, Piles, JCcuralpis, Asthma
and all Fcmnlo Complnints quickly cured.
Munyon's Vitaliwr Imparts new life end
Vigor to weak and debilitated men. Ask
vour drujrist for a 25-cent vial of ore of
Jlunyon's Cures, and if yon are not bene
fited your money will ba refunded. This
Company puts up
Aoure for every disease
Tlio Commoners Hold Tholr Regular
At a.reRUlar meeting of the common
council, there were present Messrs.
Mills. MeDonouRh. Gh-nnon, Tender.
Smith. Kase. Colwell, Devlne. Itaker.
The bills and resolutions passed by the
selectmen were then taken up. The
assessors bills caused a treat disturb
ance. The assesors have no limited
time, in which they do their work, but
go when they please and having what
hours they wish. The councilmen
did not like this and wished to know
If there was not some way of limiting
their time or pay.
John Kooth got the contract of haul
ing coal. The requisitions for sup
plies for the Columbia and Mitchell
hose companies was granted.
The night lunch wagon kept by Ike
Ilurros on North Main street was the
next thing attacked. Mr. Olennon In
troduced a resolution asking for Its re
moval in twenty-four hours unless the
city be paid or the privilege. Ho said
the waaon occupied a space of fifty
"No one would be al
lowed to b'.dld a little house 1n the
street" said' Mr. Olennon and why the
wagon should be.allnwed he did not un
iliTPtand. The matter wns l"eed In
the hands of the license committee.
THE MITCHELL'S FAIR.
It Will Bo Opened Nov. 14-Trogramroc
The committee In charge of the Mitch
ell's Hose company's fair met latA
night and the following sub-committees
were appointed: On entertain
ment, (Frank Tfenmons, C. F.' Alexand
er, P. Thompson; In charge of cigar
booth, C. 8. Alexander; refreshment
"booth, P. Hlvenburg; fancy prooils
iHwrth, P. Thompson: Hoot manager, F.
Ifalley. It was reported that all com
panies Invited to participate on lire
men's night !had accepted and would be
preson. The crvmm'lt.tee have received
a number of handsome contributions of
Kach evening there will bo a concert
Hn ':he hall, the programmes for which
lire now being arranged. One concert
will be given by Jermyn talent, under
Che ausrjii'ees of Renterprlse Hose eom
fxny. Kdward (Jeavir, late of Homx
dale, a contortionist, will he seen each
evening. The last street car will stop
nt the 'hall, and lue notice of Its de
parture given. The fhimlnesa men of
tlie town have contributed various ar
lel?a, and already there Is a saod
FOR A NKW STREET.
Tlio Councils Petitioned ry Citizens of
tlio Annexed District.
At 'Mr? meeting of the common coim
cll one of the matters brought before
that body iwa a petition from citizens
of the annexed dt.-trl'Ct asking that a
rtrert be opened extending from the
ren'.danw of Knoch Conlnrr, on Tenth
avenua, to a point on Wayne street.
Th-e iiEtiitlon further described the
situation of) the proposed thorough
fare and prosented to the councils va
riants reasons for its opening and maln
talra.rioe by the city. There is now a
private r.-ra 3 ne.irly :? whole distance,
tut W.s has always been kept up by
I'.ie r.-imrs of nearly forty rOilaens
were aMaohed to 'the petition. If they
get ta street It will be called Diiton
Tlio Proposed New V. M. r. A.
Secretary Pearsall of the Hallrond
Men's Christian Association is busily
engnged In behalf of the proposed
Itallrond . Young Men's Association.
Ktatifitles have been collected which
nre to be submitted to the high ofll
clals of every railroad entering the
city for the purpose of securing their
support. Mr. Pearsall left yesterday
morning for New York city, where he
will meet some of the officials of the
Delaware and Hudson company, as it
THE DOCTOR'S COLUMN.
I. Q., Xew York-Have palpitation of
the heart anil pulns In the hcaj. 1'U-axu
Blnte n remedy.
Take Canilne, extract of the heart,
in three-drop doses, three times dnllv.
When your head aches take a Febrlclile
Pill. Keep the bowuls regular with
C. K New York.-What can I rlo for mv
hair? It is losing its color ami is falllnir
out a Kif-at denl.
Take Petrollne according to direc
tions. It will invigorate the hair and
keep its color.
Miss R McD., Phlla.-What U a good
remely for a couch? It is Irritating and
afffcis my voice.
Take Pulmollno as directed. Avoid
draughts and keep the feet well pro
.tertcd. K. N. M Troy.-Whnt can I take for
bad breath that 1 believe comes from the
Take a teaspoonful of Onstrlne after
each meal, and twice a week a dose of
O. L. G., Phlla. Send name and ad
dress; will advise by mr.ll.
. , Fallng nrown, A. M M. D.
Med. fpr., Col. Chem. Co..
... ... , Washington, T. C.
All letters of Inquiry answereil frer.
-THE ANlflAL EXTRACTS.
CEREBRINE, From th Brain. MEDULLINE, From
the Spinal Cord. CARDIS. From the Heirt. TE3
TINE. OVARINE. THYROIDINF. N ROUIHIC SALTS,
for Constipation fiASTRINE, for Dyspepsia.
CATARRHINE. ECZEMICURE. and oth-r special
ty's o' the
COLUMBIA CHEMICAL CO.,
Now at all druggists. Send for literature
Bold by Matthews Bros., 3X Lack'a ive.
TEBMt-StricUr CASH During Thll Sat.
fURPETS. OIL CLOTHS. LINO
V Icums, Draperies, Window
Shades, and Wall Paper,
419 UCXAWAKNA MZftllE.
GREAT ALTERATION SALE.
Wo bare derided on Sweeping Rednc.
Hon rathor than cover np onr goods dnr
Ills' onr nxtanslro improvement, and
hava (narked down every thin? In th
atom at coat and leas. Bee onr Window
Itaplar, which will tatafiuiUsto what w
Ingrain Carpets from tSc. to 50c'.. Worth 2Se. ts 75s.
flrumli Carpets, 40c. to 80c., Worth 60c to 99.
.Wall risers, lc, Worth 10c,
And every thing olso la proportion.
CARPETS ilD WILL PIPERS,
seems advisable to Interest them first
If possible. The committee have se
cured the option on some desirable
quarters, but for good reasons do not
care to tell where they are. People
will await Mr. Pearsall's reixirt with
WRECK AT POWDERLY'S.
Loaded Mine Oars Knn Down tha Plane.
No One Injured.
Quite a serious wreck occurred at
the Powderly collery on the South
Side Tuesday afternoon. A trip of
mine cars was being pulled up the
plane which leads from the mine to the
breaker. When they reached the top
of the plane the rope broke tnd the
cars ran down the Incline at a rapid
Some of the cars Jumped the track,
but they continued on their way, tear
ing up the plane as they went down.
The train ran into the outside door of
the mine, breaking it Into splinters.
The damage was so great that it could
not readily be repaired and work was
stopped for the day.
A WJNCII OF KEYS.
The Fanny Comedy to no Presented nt
Saturday evening will witness an
other goad play ait fne Opera house,
when Hoyt's "A l!un;h of Keys" will
be pr;sented. Although not now It Is
very popular, at.'.! is everywhere met
wl;h crowded 'houses. New music,
songs, dances and other rpeolaltlos
nave been added, which will make the
comedy ven ibtUer than heretofore. A
l.-jrge amount of scenery Is carried by
t'h? trcuiie, which adds attractiveness
and finish to the play.
Mr. Tiftony's Contract.
A. E. Tiffany, one of our most en
terprising business men. has secured
the contract for the rebuilding of the
Methodist church at Hjpbottom. which
was burned about four weeks ago. It
was at or.oj deddid that it be rebuilt,
but will be made much larger and
finer than the old one. ' Mr. Tiffany has
been in liopbottom, where he has made
arrangements for starting the work at
cr.ee. 'Men were e.nt there yesterday
to commence the foundation, and the
woik will be pushed along rapidly.
ncrniiril Mullady injured.
Bernard Mullady on. Tuesday after
noon drove to "Way mart. .Mr, Mul
lady drove down Canaan street. Near
the head ttious-e at cNo. 1. a farmer was
driving up tho hill, but Mr. Mullady
failed to see ih'tm, and the result was
a collls'Ion. Mr. MuJlady's carriage
was overturned. The horse bijname
frls'htenfd and ran down the AMI at
a rapid rate. The carriage was com
pletely trailed. Mr. 'Mullady escaped
without very serious Injuries.
PERSONAL AND OTHER lTILMS.
The Hendrlolis Missionary society
held a very interesting meeting at the
liaptlst rhuroh Tuesday evening. This
society wns but recently organized, and
yet is forging to the front In Its ac
tivity anil Interest shown In church
work.'-.At their meeting Inst evening It
wns unanimously decided to hold a
turkey supper xm Wednesday evening.
November 20, nt the church parlors.
Committees wore appointed and ar
rangements nre feeing made for the
entertainment of a -large number of
Miss Mary Grady, of Mayfleld, is be
ing entertained at the home of Miss
Mary Nealon, on South Main street.
Among those who saw the "Urown
les" In Scranton Tuesony evening were
David Hoese. Frank James, Hnrbnra
Mang, Frances Schafer, Mrs. 8. Sin
ger, Crllof Moses, Hattie Iutchins,
Mary llurke, Nellie I.nftus. II. II. Tral
les, Mr. and Mrs. T. V. I'owderly, J. II.
Paul, Miss Werdman, T. Levlson and
J. 1). Cameron.
Mrs. Mary Andrews, -who has been
visiting In this city for tho past two
weeks, returned to her home In ilkes
Mrs. John I'rlost, of Hlakely, ts visit
ing Mrs. A. S. James, of South Wash
Mrs. J. M. Nenlon Is lying 111 at her
home on South Main street.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians,
Hoard of Krln, Division No. 3, hnve
rented several rooms and the meeting
hnlf In the Opera House block and
have furnished the rooms very hand
somely. The society is a very large
one and the members have parlors that
will cnmimre favorably with those of
the social clubs In the city.
A case of diphtheria has been report
ed from the home of James Lynady,
of Peck avenue.
Nearly the number required to form
a new branch of the C. M. 1J. A. have
expressed a willing to .loin.
Joseph A. Murray will leave town to
day for Paterson, N. J where he has
secured a position with the Press, that
city's leading dally newspaper.
Hugh Gallagher, of Scranton, was In
Mrs. Mary O'Orady, of Salem ave
nue, who has been on a business trip to
New York, returned home Tuesday.
Miss Mary Morrison, of Belmont
street, Is 111.
Dennis Ilogan, of Fermoy, called on
friends In town yesterday.
Mrs. Edward Dempsey, of Fallbrook
street. Is 111.
Misses Anna Delaney and Kate Coo
gan, Mrs. P. F. Coogan, Master Thomas
Coogan and James J. Gorman spent,
yesterday nt Crystal Lake.
William Iloblnson, of Huffalo, N. T.,
called on the business men of this city
Mrs. Alfred Pascoe and daughter,
Mrs. Avery Reynolds, have Issued In
vitations for a six o'clock tea on Fri
day, November 8.
Mips Tessle Kelly, of Scranton, who
has been visiting Mrs. Martin Jordan,
of Sand street, returned home Tues
day. Mrs. George Benton and sister. Mil-,
dred Tyler, are visiting Mrs. Arthur
I,cwsley, who is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ellphalet Wilcox, of
James J. Welsh, of tho South Side,
spent Tuesday in Scranton.
George Tolley, of Philadelphia, Is In
W. V. Gruver, of Waymart, spent
Tuesday in this city.
Mrs. P. Flnklepaugh, who has been
making a tour of Luzerne county for
tho past two weeks, returned home last
Mrs. George Cool Is visiting relatives
at Susquehanna. ,
The employes of the Grassy Island,
Delaware and Hudson coliery, were
John . Day moved Into his elegant
new residence last Tuesday.
M. D. Wademan made a flying trip to
the Electric City last evening.
. Mrs. Wlllam Allen Is visiting friends
at Ashley and Wllkes-Barre this week.
Mrs. W. Ft. Baker and Miss Edith
Baker, of Carbondale, spent Tuesday
with Mrs. E. H. Barber, of Main street.
Tho election of officers of the Ladles'
Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal
church was held at the Orand Army
hall yesterday afternoon. Most of the
ladles connected with' the society were
present and an enjoyable time was had
by all. The business transacted was of
more than usual Interest, It being the
anual election of officers. The follow
ing were elected for the ensuing year:
President, Mrs. Joseph O. Hell; first
vice president, Mrs. E. H. Harber: sec
ond vice president, Mrs. William reek;
third vice presldent.Mrs. John English;
fourth vice president. Mrs. S. M. Rog
ers; fifth vice president, Mrs. William
Page; sixth vice president, Mrs. Thomas
Pope; recording secretary, Mrs. G. A.
Megargel; assltant, Mrs. P. Snedicor;
financial secretary, Mrs. George Trev
erton; assistant, Mrs. Wlllam Johns;
treasurer, Mrs. F. L. Taylor.
Mr Margery Readey, wife of George
Readey, died at her home at Grassy
Island lost Tuesday morning at 11:30,
aged 66 yean.' The deceased was born
In the county of Mayo, Ireland, and
came to this country . twenty-three
years ago. She leaves a husband and
eight children, five sons and three
daughters, James, . John, William,
Charles and George and' Mrs. Charles
Lnke, Mrs. Ralph I ake and Mrs. Join.ie:
Scott, of Hyde Park. The funeral will
be held at her home at . urassy this
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock and
will be conducted by the Episcopal
minister of Scranton. Interment will
be made here In Prospect cemetery.
Tho W. C.'T. U. will meet Thursday
afternoon, November 7, at- Mrs. J. B.
Sickle's for special business. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
Mrs. W. J. Guest, who has been
dangerously 111, Is better at this writ
ing. Her Infant daughter, born at
midnight Sunday, was burled on Tues
day afternoon at four o'clock In the
Callender lot. Prospect cemetery.
Wayne courfty has again placed
herself in the 'Republican column giv
ing a majority for every Re-publican
candidate. Judge Peter P. Smith ran
ahead of the other Democratic can
didates'. Many Republicans giving him
a complimentary vote. The vote is as
below. Republican, tate treasurer,
Benjamin -3. Haywood, 2,111, Demo
crxiiv:, Benjaimln F. Meyers, 1S04. Judges
Of tha SupeHior court, James A. Beaver,
2.2:10; Edward N. Wlllard, 2,211; Jchn J.
Wickham, 2.209; Charles E. Rice. 2,203;
Howard J. Reeder, 2.202; George B. Or
lady, 2,19; Deimocra'Mc, llarman
Veikes, 1.B99; James 8. Moore'nead, L
594; Charles Henry Noyes, 1.59S; Peter
P. Sntih, 1.944; Oliver P. Beehtel. 1,597;
Christopher Magee, 1,689. County
troasurtr, Ropulblican, Joseph Boyd. 2.
234; Democratic, George 'E. M ase, 1,893.
Ccroner, Clarence E. Foster.2.292: Dem
ocratic. Samford A. Kelly, 1.825. The
Prohibitionists polled 379 votes, the
People's party 20 votes, and the So
cially. Labor party, 3 votes In the
Isaac E. Tibbl'tt's has purchased a
lot 10x100 feet, at the corner of East
and Fourteenth streets, of the Torrey
c.-tate, ami has let the contract to
KreLtner Brothers for 'Che' erection of
a m'otfcrn cottage on the saimc. '
The engagement of Miss May Foster
and William J. . Ward, both of this
place, has been announced.
Mrs. H. M. Gordon and. Mrs. Levi
Van Etten, of Port Jervls, are visiting
at the home of L. O. Rose, on Four
The apple 'Industry Is booming Just
at present. CortrlRilitt & Son have a
contract to deliver 6,000 barrels !n
March. Apples of fine quality are be
ing retailed iby the farmers at from
7" cents to $1.00 per bus'hvl.
Potatoes are being sold at from 30 to
35 cents per bushel.
The funeral of the late Katie
Murphy took place on Tuesday after
noon and was largely attended, many
people from surrounding towns being
present on the sad occasion. The
lloral offerings, presented by friends of
the deceased were beautiful. After ser
vices at St. Mary's church the cortege
moved to St. Mary's cemetery where
Interment was made.
Miss Mamc McCrlndle spent last
evening with friends hv.Plttston.
Milo Howell, John Buglehall, Ben
Webb and John McKenzle left 'yester
day for a few days sport In the wilds
of Susquehanna county. 1
Sylvester Tobln, who was Injured at
the Traction company's crossing on
Monday afternoon, died of his Injur
ies on Tuesday morning. Mr. Tobln's
pnrents and sisters who reside In
Kaston arrived an hour before his
death. His brother worked with him
and was also present. His remains
were sent to his home in T'nlon Springs,
New York, accompnnled by his sorrow
ing parents and friends. . Deceased was
38 yenrs of age and is survived by his
wife and two children. '
Miss Mamc Mahon, of Scranton, re
turned home yesterday after a pleasant
visit with friends In town.
Messrs. Ruddy and Rosar, of Scran
ton, were visitors In town yesterday.
We are pleased to state that at the
late election the people voted by a
large majority to have the "lignts"
and "fire plugs" extended In different
portions of the town.
A hefte number ifrom t'hls place At
tended Palmer Cox's "Brownies" at the
Frothingham, at Soranton, -Monday
Mrs. D. C. Post waa buried at Mill
City yesterday. Mrs. Post was a Bister
of Mrs. Pardee, of th'ls place. Several
people from this place attended the
The Ladles' AM society met at the
napttet churcli Wednesday afternoon,
Came on my leg after typhoid fever, and
pieces of the bone camo out. Rheumatism
Joined tho scrofula to put me in misery.
Hood's Sarsaparilla proved just the medi
cine; relieved me of pain, gave me a
good appetite and I laid: aside my crutch
and cane.-Having taken 10 bottles .
my limb is entirely healed and now I am
perfectly well." Gkoboe W. Cromwell,
Mt. Pleasant, Maryland, fl; six for S.
Hood's Pilk euytobnj.easytotaka,
ttaear vmi HnmaT Mmut Aonis.mn
I M I UHHH
inu, LjK 11 win ourv yon. M
.wonderful boon tojutrann
or II AY FKTStt. AtorZ
"in.HWMnimi ill f uivmn
M B4Mkt,rMdf to J on ant Indication of '.-old.
raatlajiaa Ifw okta rtnutit e.n.
PfaaloiMraamrtMdisr money refunded. Prle.
rtm. Trial freo at pmuiita. Beatitarad nalk
MENTHOL 2arS" and aafrat maenr for
Bbmrnid gore., Bum., 'uu. VaerTal rem
?TJ,TF,'t'E. "'ta.atpnu(.Dai M
jtu or by mull prepaid. Addri-m MaboTi. O A ! X
p. ..1. ku aa.ni n . ' .
aabara and: Tan. and ro
tores tha akin to iti drift
ual fraahnass. vroauoina' a
tear ana healthy cora-j
pMHon. superior 10 ui iocs
trfirUorii and twrtoctly fcaiuilaaV At oll
VIOLA OJCIN MAP U eta h'liinim as a
sua tU7 ana, awyilal Of m MM, a-4 vttbiM
SIcTbITTNEr' CcCtslkdo, Ok
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
E aasssa u ys&
whtn thty elected new officers for the
ojmins year. Eup,!er was served. A
large nuavber attendod.
Uorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Jam:s Ellas
Thompson, of Fu-acciryvllle, Nav. 4, a
I'ae Sullivan Comedy company, who
was hera Friday, Saturday and Mon
day cvenlr.3, was very good, ailhouch
Cit y had a poor Opera, house to per
.'oi'm In on account of stage room.
Oscar itlalstead's ne w residence, on
A'Cademy etrset. Is nearly complete.
It Is expc'tt'd to' be ready for occu
pancy iy Nov. IS.
Miss Jennie "Gardner Is visiting
Ttisndj at Scraa'ton.
Ira Ir.on'.as a,nd family have moved
:f.to th?Clharles Clark 'house, on Maple
Mrs. Geonre Ilaidy. of Grassy street,
died suddenly Tuesday mornlne; ait the
Ji'Se of 50 years. Mrs. Raldy. was do
ns her usual 'household work, appar
ently ;.i Ro.id heaU'h. when Bhe was
;vr!cken wi.'ii paralys's, and died In
ibout an h:;ur. She Is survived by a
auvband and five children. The fu
neral will take place, this afternoon
it 3 o'clock. Interment will be made
in vh Peckvllle oeimetery.
Mrs. C. J. Kvar.3, of West Plttston,
:3 tihe Rruest of relatives at t'hls place.
U. P. James, of Hyde Park, was a
waller 4n town yesterday.
The deba'ts 'between the .Cathnlla
You.nsr iJ'J.'n's Ttotall Aibstilner.'; and
Benevolen'i soc'iety and . the Loyal
Xnlfi'hts of America, which was an
nounced to take place tomorrow eve
ning, has been postponed to Friday,
Mra. John M. Gallagher Is lying dan
srerlously IU at her home, on the Wert
The Suburban Wheelmen iwtll give a
-lag social In tiht'lr rooms on Scott
street 'next Tuesday evening.
A yours child of Mr. and Mrs. Mo
lllnlss, of the Hack road, was burned
to death yestorday afternoon. The fu
neral win take place this alHernoon.
Burial iit Vhe Oatiholtc crmetery'. .
Mrs. i.M. J. O Malley, ot'Dunmore
street;, Is seriously 111. '
Plttston Itnslncss Directory.
FOn FIUST-CLASS PLUMFirNO CALL
on WrlKht ft Co., S7 South Main street.
A new ranso for sale or exchange; also
second-hand household goods, bought or
Facts tell the story not wind. Here are the
facts: Our partnership must shortly expire De
limitation. 1 he balance of our stock must
GO ID IK) (IK,
Any hour of the day, any time you please, you will
find our staff of polite and attentive salespeople ready
to please, ready to serve, and you save big money on
every article you buy,
Intend to purchase either Carpets, Rugs, Mattings,
Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Draperies, Window Shades or
Upholstery Goods of every description, our Dissolu
tion Sale provides a splendid opportunity for all who
The stock is entirelyuew and has been marked down
to first cost, many , goods even below cost.
t?At our Branch Store,
in addition to our Carpet and
large line of Furniture.
KERR, SIEBECItER & CO.
406 AND 408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Itcsuit la 4 week.
For sale by JOHN H. PHtLPSPharmaolit, cor. Wyoming Avenv and
Spruce Stra3c Scranton Pa. ;
THE ONLY HOUSE IN SCRANTON
That Has a Full and Complete Una of Underwear Is the EMPIRE
DRY GOODS COMPANY, 616 Lafekawanna Avenue,
WE HAVE "
Und rwenr for Men, Women und Clilldren, nv prle and dirtVivnt
fradfd. You can find with us Naturni Grcya, Carnal' Hair, Fleeced
lined Red, Grey Merluo. Tbey are bought fur pot ciwh at tlmea when
goods were at the lowest figures. This was in April 1895. and tho only
buyer in Underwear that understands quality is Mr. llenry Goodman
Manager u( the Cut Price Store, . .
LOOK OUT FOR OUR NEXT WEEK'S SALE
In Underwear, Jersey dvershlrts I ri different styles. We. will' not quote
- any prices, but we are willing to take off 25 per cent straight than usual
We Are Also Direct Afnts I
For the Soperlor HyglenA Vhflcrwear Company
Non shrlnkable, the best for.health. Wo guarantee them to bo equal to
' the ones you pay $5.00. Our. price on them, for Shirts $1.50, or $50 for
' . .the Suit. Come and see them. Largest assortment of Wool Hosiery,
. . nweaters, laruigan jacaeut,
HENRY GOODUAlf; Dili
Llsale Fr;ce Is aim eanflncd to her
M.s. Edward Lutry '.3 r.T.t rfcovcrlnj
as fart as was an'inaicd.
S. I. Parkor, cT Pittsion, called on
fi'lendd .here cn MoniJay and Tuesiay
Election papstd off very quCtoly, wlih
a very li'ght vote.
.Mrs. A. I. Ackerly returned heme
from an extended vlz.':t aixor.g frjend
In N jw Tark.
Rev. F. H. Par-ns Is balding ri-,tolal
mri;ir.gs e-t the Summit.
Mri. J. A. MciLean '!ef; hera on Tues
day mornlr.ij for Stroud; burg.
'; OLD FORGE,
Mr. and litis. M. V. S:ark. Mr. and
Mr.3. E. Drake ar.d II Ira Jennie Drake
attiricd the "CrowniesV at Scranton
Th Ladies' AVI toclcty will meet r.'i
fhu iiome ci Ulrj, Le.wis Kdsall this
Mr. Dicker, df Wycmlng seminary
pjrese-hed at the U.-.-k church and
Maotio on Sunday l:i the place of Sir.
Georga Drake, jr., returned f;om a
threa wc-eks' ihun.ilr.jr excursion In
Illinois on Tuesday. lie reports a
The final examlraiims for fhe first
quai':cr ere .be.lnjt 'hfid Wiis week. Al
ready there are enrolled several new
students for 13 vMinter term, e.nd more
are exipected sosn.
Prcfessor Whitford, who hroke hlf
leg several weeks ages is slowly re
coverylng and expects to lay aoido hlf
crurchM in a short time.
A lai'je number oif the students r.--ter.'Jed
-the Christian Kndeavor social
held .In th? Kaptist church last Sat
urday evening, and all apparently en
Joyed a pleasant evening.
If tlio Dnby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over Fifty Years by Millions of
Mothers for their Children while TeethiiiK
with Perfect Success. It Soothes th'
Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain
Cures v:nd Col e, nnd is the best remeth
for Diarrhoea. Sold by Druggists in every
part of the world. Be sure and ask for
'"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," am
take no other kind. Twenty-live cent n
Church street, Carbondale,
Upholstery stock, we carry a
When In doubt what to we for Nervoui Debility Lnti of Sevual Fewer (In either
text, Iitirtoteoi-f. AUophy, Varicocele tnd other wetknntet, from njr caute, ute
Seiine Pi lirltne iheikhl and full vigor quickly restored. If neglected, such
trouhlen refult fatally. Milled anywhere, acaled. for$i.ooi 6 boxes for I5 00. With
every fj.t nrder we ifive a letfll rii.irAnlM to cure or refund the money. Address
PEAL MEDICI Nli CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
1, 516 LAGKA. AVE
to our patrons:
Washburn-Croshy Co. wish to assure their many tmU
rons that they will tWs year hoW to their usual custom
of milling S1KICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop
Is fully cured. ew wheat is now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers aro
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 thre
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'a flour far above other
HoosiG Powder Go
Rooms 1 and 2 Commoweauti Bld'&
MINING and BLASTING
HADE AT MOOSIC AND RU8I.
Lamin & Rand Powder Co."a
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Hattorles. Vvms for xplod
tng blasts, Bafoty Fuse and
ficpanno Chemical Co.'s HigtiEiplosiya
Coal of the bout quality for Jometl
so, and of all sicca, delivered in mat
fart of the city at lowest price.
Orders left at mv Office
NO. 118 W ,MING AVENUE,
Clear room, ti. -i floor. Third National
Dank, or sent by mall or telephone to the
nine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be made for the
late tad deliver' of Buckwheat Cool.
W iVl. T. SMITH.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
LocoiQOtives, Stationary Engines, Boilers.
H0ISTII1G AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
For Fine Furniture is becoming well es
tablished you have dermnde -we have
obeyed and it's not alone fo you, Mr.
Banker or .Mr. Millionaire it s for the
Masses "The Economy" has always
catered to the masses, and its ever liberal
Equitable Credit System enables the masse to indulge in
the luxury of a grand furnished home There is no reason
for wanting as good a furnished home as your employer
Mr. Laborer or Mr. Mechanic The Economy is with yon
and for you Express your desires our space is over 20,
000 square feet of" show room covered with a complete line
of Home Furnishings from cellar to garret is at your com
mand Prospective housekeepars we want your attention
in person. We can give you wholesome advice it's free
and may be appreciated It's about furnishing homes Our
experience is great in this respect. ; s
Oh, yes! That clothing department only eight week
old -is doing the business of a concern as many years ol
It's no surprise to us The way we sell goods is boun
to gain your appreciation, and naturally the support wouH
follow. We remain, yours with thanks,
CLOTHIERS; Y. M.C. A. Bunding . llAS1.
326 Washington A?ecia,
All kinds of roofing work dons. All kinds of
gravol or slag roofs made.
ROOF fHiillNG AND SOLOERIRC
All done awny with by the use of HATIH
LAN'S PATENT PAINT, which consist
of Ingredients well-known to all. It can b
pplied to tin, galvanized tin, sheet Iron
roofs, also to brick dweling. which will
firevent absolutely any crumbling, crack
ntr or breaking of the brick. It .will out
last tinning of any kind by many -yea-ra.
and It's cost does not exceed one-fifth tha-t
of tho cost of tinning. Is sold by the Jofe
or pound. Contracts tnken by
ANTONIO IdAltTllA'N, W Birch Bt-
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