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TKt -SCBAlSTOJSr -TBIBUNE-FHIDAT MORNINGy.-JANUARY. 17, 1890.
"fR.iW will nles.se note that advertise
Kent, order for Job work, and Item for
Eublic-atlon left at the establishment of
hannon A Co., newsdealers. North Main
street, will receive 'prompt attention; of-
ce open irom a a. ni. u iv p. ui.j
HE DROPPED DEAD.
George Correll. of Canaan Street. Sod'
' denly Passes Away.
A renneited cltlaen of this city,
George Correll.of Canaan street. paased
away very suddenly at 8 o'clock this
morning. Mr. Correll was employed as
fireman on the Dolaware and Hudson
rniflne, No. 57. of which D. Wlnt. of tho
llldRp, Is engineer! They left the city
depot at 7 o'clock; this morning, anu
n hen thev hud arrived at Jermyn Mr.
Oi-rrell told his engineer that he felt
111 and would be obliged to leave him
nn:l make for his home, lie left the
enplne and entered the depot at Jer
mvn to wait for the arrival of the pas
aenger cars for the city. He, sat near
the stove in the waiting room, anu ne
hit! only bpen there a short time, when
he suddenly dropped to the floor, and
whm he was picked up life had Uis
upptared. Viom what could be gleaned he had
not been subject to heart disease and
lust night was the first time his wife
eer heard him complain of any pain
in the region of the heart. He had al
ways enjoyed thebest of health, and
was one of the happiest of men. Mr.
Correll was a native of Sterling. Wayne
county, and was 4 years old and has
been u resident of Carbondale for over
thirty years. He has been connected
Jot many years with the Order of OiUl
l'Vllows. the KniRhts of Pythias, the
Matit" and the Brotherhood of Rall
fiad Fireman. He. leaves a wife and
one sun and one daughter.
Mr and .Mrs. Bert Itrownoll Are Visited
i by a Number of Friends.
'Mr. utid Mrs. Bert Krownell were
agreeably surprised Wednesday night
lit their home on Seventh avenue. The
ticcastiin the friends wished to mark
whs the twenty-ninth birthday of Mrs.
browiiell. Special music, both vocui
and Instrumental, was given by Miss
Maine Maxwell and Mr. H. Watklns.
i '.utiles and amusements were indulged
In and refreshments were served. Mrs.
Urowuell's popularity wus amply tes
tified to by the elegant China toilet
Set presented to her.
Those present were: Messrs. and Mios
es K. Kverley, F. Thomas. S. 1. Carl
ton, I.. Thorpe. A. Vun I 'un der, T. New
ton, hi. Morgan, J. White, T. Morgan.
W. Hurber. Ed. I.ewsle.v, J. Kllston. C.
Smith, It. Hamilton. V. Morgan, J.
Kase. (I. Morgan, !. Chupinun. I..
Cuurtrlght. W. Illts. 1. havls. S. Sly.
!. Kvuiltf. T. Koftlis. It. N. Phi-Is, II. O.
Knupp, Uavld .bnies, Mrs. M. O. Abbey,
It. Kinbuck, N. Owens. Misses Sadie
Miller. Nellie and Kdna Courtrlght. Hti
gene Smith, Katie I ioldlmch uuil Mar
garet Thomas.- Messrs Kvan Tucker,
Nelson and Thomas t YmrtriMht. Will
Hone, all of this city; Miss Stella
hrownell. Messrs. Kben Urowueil and
Frank lOrlin, of Scrautoii, and Miss
.V lucent, of Hornellsville.
liROKK THE WINDOW.
Farmer Kobinsoa's Team Creates Havoc
In Carroll's store.
Oeorge Kobinson, a farmer of Oreen
fleld. brought a large load of straw into
the town yesterday morning, and hav
ing tinlouded the same, towards noon
he went shopping. His team of horses
he left In front of the establishment of
1. A. CuitoII. on South Main street,
while he visited neighboring places of
A street car came ulong, the horses
grew very impatient and a runaway
wan threatened. However, they backed
and the rigging attachment was pushed
right through the large plate glass win
dow. New Officer.
The regular meeting of the William
H. Davis camp of the Women's Keller
corps, No. 1:14, Wednesday night, elect
ed and installed the following officers
to serve for J 890:
Mrs. .1. Dlmmock, president; Mrs. K.
I. owden, senior vice-president; Mrs. M.
Newton, Junior vice-president; Mrs. J.
lMlts, chaplain; Mrs. J. l.own, secre
tary; Mrs. Nellie Cilllies. treasurer;
Mrs. J. Heers, conductor; Mrs. J. Ack
ley, assistant conductor; Sirs. M. Hluke,
gtnud; Mrs. H. Knapp, assistant guard,
t A Miner Injured.
A popular resident of the city, Will
iam Arthur, of Spencer street, met with
what" was feared to be a very severe
accident. He was employed at the
mines at Wilson Creek, and while fol
lowing his vocation an miner, a large
quantity of roof rock fell upon him.
Ills fellow workmen speedily rescued
him and a doctor was hastily sum
moned. Dr. Orlfflths at once examined
Mm. but declared that although he has
been terribly bruised, his Injuries are
not so serious as It was anticipated.
A Pleasnnt Party.
Sir! and Mrs W. Carey, of DundatT
street, entertained a large party in
.honor of their guests. Anne Nealon, of
Plymouth, and Nellie daughan, of
Hcrnntnn. Musle was a special feature
mid the refreshments were much en
joyed. fleneroslty to the Hospital.
The Delaware and Hudson company
a:e this year again storing gratuitous
ly a large quantity of ice at the Emer
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
Olty Controller Frank Smith has re
turned from a business trip to New
York. Swift Beef company are today un
loading four large carloads of Ice.
Mrs. Kennedy, of South Canaan, was
In the city yesterday on a visit to Mrs.
John Maxwell, of Park street.
William Carter, of Spring street. Is
confined to his home with rheumatism.
W. D. Lewis, of South Wyoming
street, was at the county seat yester
day. Druggist Julius Spaeth was seen on
the streets yesterday. He is rapidly
Miss Hueson. of Seranton. Is on a
Visit to her friend. Miss Stella Hunter.
Mr. and Mrs. Tate, of Philadelphia,
have arrived In the city and nre the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Orlflis.
Mrs. Duncan, of Uurfleld avenue, is
Visiting friends In Plttston.
P. L. Wheeler, agent In advance, was
yesterday at the opera house arrang-
We are in the midst of our exten
' sive alterations and have reduced
everything In the store tt make room.
BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAIN'S
J. SCOTT INGLIS
419 Laokawanna Ave.
Ing for the appearance of Katie Roo
ney in "The Derby Mascot," at an early
- John Orl.Hths and Thomas Lee jour
neyed to Seranton yesterday.
John M. Simmons, who has acted as
the janitor for the Railroad Young Men's
Christian association for several
months, has resigned his position and
will leave for the South In a few days.
He has made many friends here and
they will be sorry to learn of his resig
nation. Eugene Gathney has been ap
pointed as his successor.
The Young Men's Temperance league
will hold their first meeting In the Bap
tist church on Sunday evening.
A branch of the Fraternal legion Is
soon to be Instituted In town by Deputy
Supreme Commander I. K. Youngs, of
Newark, N. J.
The stereoptlcon lecture given In the
Baptist church on Monday and Tuesday
evenings were line in every respect. At
the close of the lecture Tuesday evenlns
an after meeting was conducted and
several conversions were made.
A pasenger coach has been added to
the Owego coal train.
T. J. May Is performing Jury duty
A portion of the glass for the new
Presbyterian church arrived on Thurs
day. A Democratic caucus will be held In
borough lockup on Tuesday evening,
January 21, for the purpose of nominat
ing candidates for the various borough
offices to be voted for at the February
The Baptists are making arrange
ments to secure the services of an evan
gelist to conduct revival services in the
church In the near future.
Johnson No. 1 colliery resumed opera
tions on Wednesday. The plant to con
vey coal mined at No. 1 to No. 2 break
er is finished, and it is hoped by our
anxious citizens that this will make
better the times in Priccburg.
Misses Kate und Sarah Dolphin. May
O'Haru and Anna Nealon. attended St.
Thomas' fair at Archbald on Wednes
Lewis McLaughlin, of North Main
street, visited in Carbondule ynstprday.
The Polish fair will re-open Saturday
nluht and remain upeu until all the ar
ticles are disposed of.
The ice cutters are busily employed
at Jermyu's dam.
!. II. Blrdsull. the Seranton represen
tative of the Continental Fire Insur
ance company, wus in town today In
the intirest of his employers.
Stanley Atherton. of Snyder avenue.
Is stiiiiusly ill of typhoid-pneumonia.
An Immense iloi-k of crows headed for
t!i- cttt. passed over town toduy. They
wtrw so niiuiemuM flint it took nearly
an liuitf lor tin-in to pass. Many of our
superstitious penple are prophesying
on t.'ie Htrenyih of this rliigiiiar inci
dent. The citi".er,s of Pic Third ward held
u caucus last evening.
Mi.torinun .Mike Hronnun. of the
Luckawunna Vullcy Traction com
pany, will be the chief feature of the
entertainment at the Polish fair to
Mrs. Luke .McUuirc, of Main, street,
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HON ES DALE.
The men of the Kplscopal church will
give a supper In Central theater Thurs
day, Feb. 13. The supper will be en
tirely under the charge of men, und un
ample repast will be furnished for a
moderate price. To any who may have
misgivings us to the digestible quality
of the food to be served, it Is announced
that the cooking will be done by the
According to the Honesdule Citizen.
Wllllard hotel. Washington, I). ('., has
received from the government the
house restaurant privileges. M. It. Al
len, the well-known proprietor of the
Allen house, is Interested in the man
agement of the Williard hotel, and will
pass a large part of his time there.
Paymaster H. II. Snyder, of Kondout,
paid the employes of the canal depart
ment of the Delaware and Hudson Ca
nal company this week.
Park Luke is overflowed and good
skating may soon be expected. We
could not learn whether the overflow
was natural or forced.
The Symphony Concert company will
appear at Central theater on Wednes
day, Jan. 22. under the auspices of the
Humor is again quite emphatic In the
assertion that Honesdale will soon
boast of a model opera house, which
will be located near the center of the
business part of the town. Who the
parties are that are particularly In
terested could not be learned.
Commencing with Saturday and con
tinuing all day Sunday the Congrega
tional church "will hold special services
celebrating the removal of the debt
from the church building which was
erected two years ago. On Saturday
evening at 7 o'clock Hev. W. S. Jones,
of Seranton, will conduct the services.
Sunday morning. Rev. D. M. Oeorge. of
Plttston and Rev. J. J. Williams, of
the Welsh Puritan church, will deliver
addresses. In the afternoon Rev.
Thomas Hell, of Seranton. will officiate.
The evening services will be in charge
of Rev. D. M. Oeorge and Rev. R. S.
Jones. D. V., of Seranton. Special
music win oe rendered ror the occa
sion. Mrs. WllUam Kennedy and daughter.
Mary, of Green Ridge, were visitors in
Tonight the Republicans of the Sec
ond ward will hold their caucus in
Mahon's hall. A Democratic caucus
will also be held in the Third ward.
Druggist J. H. Kelly has moved his
pharmacy to Carbondule where he will
continue to conduct the business.
Jljss Cora oyle. of Lackawanna.
street, spent yesterday at Seranton.
'ine Lackawanna Coal company will
pay their employes tomorrow.
St. Patrick's church fair will re-ooen
next Thursday and be continued for
three nights, when all the remaining
articles will be chanced off.
Misses Lucy Farrell and Mnrv A
O'Boyle attended a funeral at Arch
Mrs. Thomas Phllbin. of ArchhnM la
visiing ner sister. Mrs. P. W. Fnilden.
on Dunmore street.
Rev. O. A. Sowell. of Wake Forest
university. North Carolina, will preach
In the First Baptist church of .Wmvn
this (Friday) evening. This is the ope'n-
iiikiu ui uBerien oi special meetings
to be held at this church under the di
rection of Hev. Anderson Reynolds, of
Waverly. Pa. All are cordlully Invited
to attend. Services will commence
promptly at 7.W.
Charles L. Hoyt will resume his po
sition at the store of Simpson & Wat
kins at this pluce next Monday morn
ing. M. J. Grady. P. Qulnri and John Mc
carty were i Seranton Wednesday
The Funeral of Patrick Mullally oc
curerd yesterday morning at the Sacred
Heart church. Jermyn. Interment was
made at Carbondale.
Landlord M.Astrosky, of Lackawanna
avenue, was a Seranton visitor yester
day. The store of Simpson & Watklns at
this place was 'closed yesterday and
will remain so toduy on account of tak
If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow'o Soothing Byrup has
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil
lions of Mothers for their Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success.
It Soothes the Child. Softens the Gums,
Allays all Pain; Cures Wind Colio and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Bold
by Druggists In every part of the world.
Be sure and ask for "Mrs.'WInslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottlt, .
tThe Plttston office of the Seranton
Tribune Is located at No. S William street,
where ell advertisements, orders for Job
work and Items for publication will re
ceive prompt attention. Office open from
I e, m. to 10 p. ax)
Michael O'Malley, an employe at J.
B. Kirby's store. South Main street, and
Miss Lottie Slyker, of South Main
street, were married last evening; at 7
o'clock at- St. John's parsonage. Rev.
Father Qutnnan officiating. James
McDonald was best man and Miss B.
O'Malley, a sister of the groom, attend
ed the bride. After the ceremony a re
ception was held at vthe home of the
bride's mother on South Main street.
At the Republican ward caucus, held
on Monday evening, the following
nominations for common -council were
made: Seventh ward, John H. Keast;
Ninth ward. John Lnvell, William
Drury; Eleventh ward, Harry Hrlmble,
H. C. Purnell.
The Pennsylvania Coal company paid
There Is an epidemic of diphtheria at
Yatesvllle, and a large number of chil
dren In the Italian colony there are
down with the dread disease.
Mrs. Mary Walsh, of Railroad street,
died Monday night, after a brief Ill
ness. She was 47 years of age. Fu
neral tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Deputy Marshal Frank Robling was
In town yesterday, and took Into cus
tody the two Italians arrested the pre
vious day for passing counterfeit IS
The funeral of Rev. Father Joseph
Zlotorslnskt. the beloved pastor of St.
Castmlr's Lithuanian church, took
place yesterday morning. There was a
large attendance at the last sad rites,
which were very solemn and Impres
sive. Kt. Kev. Bishop O'Hara and fifty
priests were In attendance.
Miss Jennie Oliver, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hulowell Oliver, of South
Main street, and Charles Smiles, of
William street, will be married at the
home of the bride's parents next Tues
day evening. Jan. 21, at 7 o'clock.
Mrs. .Elizabeth Hughes, relict of the
late H. R. Hughes, of the West Side,
died yesterday morning. She was the
mother of R. M. Hughes, or the Forest
Castle brewery. Hugh Hughes, of
Hughes' brewery, William Hughes and
John Hughes, Mrs. Mary Davits und
Mrs. I.. K. Streng.
- I'ittsion llusiness Directory.
FOR FIRST-CLASB PLUMBING CALL
on Wright & Co., 97 South Main street.
A new range for sale or exchange; also
second-hand household good, bought or
Misses Alice und Lizzie Hastings, Joe
Healey and Lizzie Sweeney, of Dun
mure, and Messrs. Will Vanson and W.
J. McliniioiiKh. of Providence, were vis
itors at St. Mary's fair on Wednesday
William Kldg'elly, of the West Side,
is suffering from a severe attack of la
The funeral of the lute John Connolly
will take place this afternoon at 2.30
o'clock and that of Mrs. Catherine
f'lark. of Dupont. will be ut 9.30 o'clock.
Interment of both will be In St. Mary's
Miss Agnes Gildea, of Archbald. is' the
guest of the Misses Whalen, of Main
A large crowd greeted St. John's
choir, of the South Side, last evening at
St. Mury's fair. The entertainment
rendered by the visitors was highly ap
preciated and the vocal selections drew
forth bursts of applause from the vast
uudlence. The attraction this evening
will be the grand march In costume.
Miss B. McDonald, of Archbald, is the
guest of Miss Klla O'Malley.
At a recent meeting of the council it
was decided to erect twenty arc lights
at the different crossings at a cost of $Hu
each. The Plttston Light company
was granted right of way.
t. C. O'Hara. a prominent business
man of Scrunton, was a caller in town
Dr. P. H. Kearney was a caller in
town on Wednesday evening.
Miss Mary Campbell, of the West
Side. Is the guest of her brother John,
Misses Sadie Gillespie, Alice O'Brien
and Lizzie Buike attended the fair last
Mrs. B. O. Dodson, J. W. Patten and
daughter. Lydla. of Wllkes-Barre. and
Mrs. Henry Vanseoy. of Kingston, are
visiting friends in . Tunkhannock this
Mrs. Edward Rozelle was visiting
her sister, Mrs. Robert Turner, at For
est Castle yesterday.
Mrs. James Williams, formerly of this
place, and late of Birmingham, Ala
bama, is again with us.
S. J. Polen, of Wllkes-Barre, was the
guest of his brother, A. B. Polen, Sun
day. Mrs. Sarah Breese, who had a par
alytic stroke Christmas, Is still con
fined to her bed, and her mother who
was suffering with the grip and had
so far recovered as to be around, has a
The Lehigh Vulley Cool company will
pay their employes at Maltby on Sat
urday. The house of John Connell on Fifth
street, is nearing completion.
MIfb Downing, one of our school
teachers, who has been sick, resumed
her duties yesterday.
Kent R. Jones is assisting his father
at the Terra Cotta works.
Miss Kmlly Harsch has returned
The Daughters of Rebekah gave a
surprise party to Mrs. John Good Wed
Mrs. W. J. Stevens has returned from
Waverly after a few weeks' visit.
Simpson & Watklns' company store
has been closed for the past few days
on account of taking Inventory.
Stanley Robinson, who has been sick
for the past six weeks with typhoid
fever, was out of doors Wednesday
ror tne nrst time.
John MacDougall is quite ill.
Miss Bessie Rhoades. has left school
to learn the dressmaking trade at
Miss Tessle Dailey is seriouslv ill.
A lean year social was held at the
home of Krnest Gross Wednesday even
And distress In tho stomach caused no
Intense agony. I lost flesh, strength and
energy. I was so weak that I could not
walk without my cane. My family and
friends prevailed on mo to try
and now I am a well and strong man ot
66 years. I owe my life to Hood's.". W.T.
Bpmkoto, Fort Mitchell, Virginia.
Hoars puis sssryi1
Ing. The party was composed of about
twenty couples and the evening was
spent in music, and games. , , :
Floyd Quener Is suffering from quinsy.
Mrs. Hill, wife of the Rev. Mr. Hill,
of Binghamton, Is visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. William Bell, at the
Mrs. Homer English Is suffering from
Mrs. Charles Brons and daughter
Julia visited Seranton yesterday.
Windsor Foster Is on the sick list.'
Com tonight to the dime social at the
homes of Mrs. C. H. and Mrs. E. I
Craig. The proceeds will go for the
benefit of the Loyal Temperance legion.
The Wilson Hose company held a
regular meeting last Tuesday evening
and elected tho following officers for the
ensuing year: Foreman, Henry Purdy;
first assistant, R. W. Hoffecker; sec
ond assistant. William Snedlcor; presi
dent. Robert C. Llntern; vice president,
William Vanderfort; recording secre
tary, William B. Stevens; financial sec
retary, G. M. Pierce; steward, George
A. Bell; trustee three years, Daniel
Davis; drlllmaster. Frank P. Benjamin;
assistant, Henry Purdy.
A Republican caucus was held at the
hose house last evening. J. D. Peck
was selected as president and W. H.
Walker secretary. James W. Smith and
John Robertson were nominated for
councllmen for three years. Smith re
ceived 70 votes, Robertson 25. Joseph
G. Bell was nominated for school di
rector for three years; E. L. Craig, con
stable for three years; Judge of election.
William J. Broad; Inspector of election,
Thomas Spangenburg; auditor, William
The Catholic church fair onened on
Wednesday evening In Davis' Opera
house with a very large attendance.
The room was tastefully decorated and
lighted by electricity, an arc limp hav
ing been put In specially for the occa
sion. A choice musical programme
was presented. The door prize was
won by Patrick Canavey, of Richmond
ale, on ticket No. 2u. The amount
taken in at the door was $46.65. and the
committee in charge of the wheel of
fortune received over $100. The fair
promises to be a great success.
A LAWYER NO LONGER,
From the Washington Post.
Members on the house side are telling a
story ubout one of the Populist congreM
meu. bi-v few people of his dixtiict had
ever seen or heard of him. All they knew
a thai he was the nominee or the Pouu-
iMfflP1tt".y '.'! V"i "fl'. "'"I hat was
sufficient. He hud apparently smooth sail
ing until th story got abroad that he was
"We don't want no dinned lawver In con
gress suld the people, and there was a
guod deal of feeling over the matter.
One nlKlit a great crowd gutherMd at a
campaign meeting. One of the orators was
booming the Populist candidate In flowery
terms, when some one in the audience
"I understand that the mun we've nomi
nated Is a lawyer. Will you please Inform
the audience whether that's so or not?"
The orator regarded the speaker wllh a
patronizing smile, and, addressing the sea
of upturned faces before him, suld:
"Vour candidate, gentlemen. It Is true
was a lawyer once. I suy 'was a lawyer.'
for he's nut now to hurt, 'cause he was dis
barred. With that explanation the district went
overwhelmingly for the Populist candi
date. Plies! Plies! Itching Piles!
Symptoms Moisture; Intense itcntng
and stinging; most at night; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tu
mors form, which often bleed and ulcer
ate becoming very sore. Swayne's
Ointment stops the Itching and bleed
ing, heals ulceration, and In most cases
removes tne tumors. At druggists, or
by mail, for CO cents. ' Dr. Swayne &
Ron, Philadelphia. ,nH
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Mortgage loans. Bale of Lands, Patents or
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DON'T WEAR A TRISS
s lyourlifs. it is annoying, end not
always sate It will nut cost much to
buva your Rupture Cured.
I do it by a new rauthort. KoKur
gery, no detention from hnslness. Yon
willonly need to m.ke from four to
elrht wokly visits lo my offlc Call
or write frr ttimoiiK
A. P. O'MALLEV, M. D
HO S. TV ,h nuton nr.. lks ii.t.-re.Pe.
rwiA. ii8w5ylt: """Ployed 'in the t3
.. . " 7""" "nop, iitcs is Km
street, Ashley. Pa., gays: "Forty
years o I became ruptured. I am
now closs to K, years if age. I suffered
pain, Inconvenience, end, I might adi
torture at times. I nver knew com
fort, as I now have it. for years. A
few months ago I became inter' sted
in the many adv, rlixcnents of Rnp.
tura rured,' oy Dr. O'Mslley.and being
a sufferer, I underwent treatment.
fu Ji u',Prta1 ' "m bappv to say
that I am now well. I w. rk every day
now and enjoy life. I make tlii state
ment ror the benefit or my fellow snf
fereis, whom I know nre anxicmo to be
cured of a trouble that makes lif e mis
erable, and which only those who suf
THE FINEST HALF-TONE CUTS
That you can get anywhere.
At one-half the old price.
.11 MUM! PHOTtKHGRSVER,
u. l nniiiii, 3HLSCUWMN m.
ANOTHER CLEARING SALE
We have cleaned un ilinni oil .
and ends and sell them as rapidly as they
come In, but we were luoky to catch on
another snap. We cleaned up one mill of
underwear. There la no doubt you are
aware how we buy goods; always CO cents
on the dollar, and give the benefit to our
trade. This sale Is Important, and If you
want to buy underyear, here yon are.
69 dosen of mixtures, woole.i underwear,
nice, clean staple goods, at 25 cents each,
or GO cents for the suit..
Boys, from 24 to 34. any size, for IS
cents. . t
Cloaks, never In the history of this line
could you purchase a cloak for the price
as this season. Plain facts; the season
was unfavorable this year and the manu
THE GREAT CUT PRICE STORE
HENRY GOODMAN, Manager,
516 Lackawanna Avenue.
is a disease hard to cure, as !a
the morphine habit. "Every
organ of the body is affected.
A continual demand for a stimu
lant is called for. Food ceases
to gratify, in fact, often cannot
be retained on the stomach, or
when it is the vitiated blood
ceases to absorb nourishment
from it. Give such sufferers that
greatest of food stimulants, blood
a highly concentrated extract of
the vital principles of lean beef,
it is retained by the weakest
stomach and nourishes quickly,
so that with renewed tissue and
returned strength morbid crav
ings vanish. Dr. J. B, Mattison
of the Brooklyn "Home for Hab
itues " writes of Bovinihe. " It
is the best thing on earth of its
kind. -It is sustaining, nourish
ing, helpful in every way to
patients of my special class."
Rene) 8 cents fbf sample package,
Faultless Chemical Company, Baftl
Moosic Powder Go,
Rooms 1 and 2 Commoi ealtk Bid' J,
SCR ANTON, PA.
MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RU8H
Lafflin Rand Powder Co.e
Orange Gun Powdor
lectrlo Batteries, Puses for expleoV
log blasts. Safety Fese and
fiepannoChemicaJ Co.'s HighExplosivN
French Injection Compound
Cares positively, quickly, (not merely cherks.)
Guaranteed or niouejr rarundrd. Avoid dangerous
remedirs. P(lceeeatKr bottle. Mix Hulllva
(wilt cure severest caw) sent preiuld. secure from
obsorrat on, with only scleatiaralljr made syringe,
to any address tur sj.uo.
DR. LOBB'S BOOK FREE
To nil surterora of ERROKS OF YOUTH.
LOST VIGOR and DISEASES OF MEN AMI
WOMEN, tl nage: i-lotli bound: securely
sealed and ma 'led free. Trautmoot hy niui
strictly confidential, and i rositlveanirK run
ffua antrert. J o matter bow long standing,
will positively euro jou. Write or call.
nD I flRD Sh Kt., Philado., Pa
vat LUDO years' continuous practice.
jj Cn-jranlrcd Cure tor
5 lout MAMunnn
-(C y arid all attsuuiuR iWntn,
ITTni Bo'h o' young and mlddlo
ieJt-'e. accil m?n anjwomf . 1h
lveTrsSVT Yw Awfvl.fTnntnnr vnrrttfiTr.
Remits of trcntnonl. Klt!,'or.3, producing wralc
MM, Nervous pcbllity, Nlfrhtly Frtlcsiom.Coniiu. upturn.
eratlveOrnniunllLtlnfr one for study, buMtien and map.
Msgeii quickly cured bypr. ltixlrliruesHpaalnh ervo
(Iralas. Thoy sot only cure by st.irt.nir at the srat ot di
eaie. but are a groat M:lll: lo.lt' and IlLOUM
I 1 1LUKK, brluirlng back tho pink alw
eWka and rmttorinK- the FTItF IIP V,.f:Tlf tJT t.I
mlliint. Bynall, Ot.ooperboxorO for Oewitu writ
ten aaaraatc tm rare np pefnnd tne money. Roots
"nt-n.---I '-'-.. NsurT orb
9or sale by JOrtN H. PTTBLPS. Draft
1st, Wvom'ntr ave. snrl Spnire street.
facturers were compelled to throw their
Roods upon the market. Prices were i.o
oblecr. We have a hold on these goods.
200 cloaks, we don't claim they are syllnh
but they are good for this cold weather,
and when you get one for $2. any -size
from. 32 to 42. in black blue only.
' We have some stylish coats also, but
style always costs something, which we
will sell you In black blue or any other
color, short coat, for $4.99.
Have you seen our black cloth cape?
Not equaled In price nor In quality, only
I.I.M. for ten duys.
We have not time to write ads. We have
the biggest bargains you have ever seen In
shawls, blankets and wool-knit goods and
Lf3tf if f 31
at os dc
A rich and haadsome appearance combined with durability and mod
erate prices are the leading features in our goods - for - the - coming
season. Let us make a suggestion respecting . .
The very latest styles and colors, newest effects and best fabrics can)
be obtained at the most reasonable prices from
S. G. KERR, SON & CO.
A flft Lackawanna Ave.
Opposite The Wyoming House.
Two Stores in the Burke Building,- Carbondale. ' Telephone Call 515
THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK
OF SCRANTON GIVES SPECIAL
ATTENTION TO BUSINESS AND
PERSONAL ACCOUNTS AND
PAYS 3 PER CENT. INTEREST
ON TIME DEPOSITS.
OLD WHITE PINE TIMBER
For Heavy Structural Work.
ANY SIZE, AND OP TO FORTY FEET L0HG
RiCHARDS LUMBER CO
. 22 Commonwealth Bldz., Seranton, Pa, Telephone 422.
THE DICKSON M ANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturer of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilors,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
TMsladtea' SUM Fiesuilt Passsila Kid 1ISSV
I asttveees esse anjwaafe ss tae U3oa
er Postal Mess ser tl-SO.
KqneJe every wee the Wis
sold la all eMail stares tat
i.o0. We awae lale see
earserree, therefore ere far
eme wmju, hvw mmm r.
end If any ess m set settsrlsel
win refuea we mji-wv
or ssnd soother isir. Open
ih or uossnon omm.
1 e i aaa saN
J ae.isf mmi
mill m fsb
Cana Sme CoSM
Aseitsf lent (a lea&rw.
f l siflixsr
Has kept us hustling. ' You
further delay. Even this
goods will grow small.
SUIT AND OVERCOAT SALE
in our Clothing Department means a reduction of $14, $15
and $16.50 garments to $12.00.
AND 227 AND
Linoleums Oil Cloths,
and Gpholsfery .Goods.
Otneral OffJca: SCRANTON. PA.
CALL UP 8812.
Em i ii inn
OrPlOB AND WAREHOUSE,
M TO ll MERIDIAN STRC2T
M. W. COLLINS, M'8're
("IF ITS THERE ITS
tardy ones are warned against
stock brimful of under-prico
218 WYOMING AYE.