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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING, ' JANUABT 29, 1896.
Headers will plrs.se not that advertl
Inents. orders for job work, and Items for
publication left at the establishment of
Shannon A Co., newsdealers. North Mala
treet, will receive prompt attention; of
fice open from k a. m. to 10 p. m.
THOUGHT THERE WAS A FIRE.
Constable Neary Returns to 1'lnd tils
House Full of Smoke.
Constable Edward Neary, of the Sec
ond ward, returned to his home Mon
day evenlnu about 11 o'clock and found
the place filled up with dense smokw.
The family was soon aroused. He
made a thorough investigation of all
the apartments of his household, but
could not discover any trace of fire, nor
could he account for the presence of
It then struck Neary that the smoke
must have emanated from the stove of
8. Bolton, over which he resides. He
ran down and went to the street. lighted
a match and being convinced that the
moke came from the inside, called out
the Columbia and Mitchell Hose com
panies. Neary was asked to enter the
premises and the hose companies held
themselves in readiness to turn a,
Stream of water on. He broke a. pune
of glass, got inside and very soon dis
covered that the smoke emanated from
a stove that had been dumped t-arly In
the evening. There had been pluced a
quantity of waste muterlal put on be
fore the coal and hud not lighted up.
hence the smoke.
A Republican Caucus Held Last Satur
The Cuiboiidale township Republi
cans last Saturday evening ussembled
nnd Jiumed a full ticket to battle for
their principles at the next election
The following ticket was named : Su
pervisors, Daniel Delnpsey and Jacob
Henry; poof director. Thomus II. t'uni
rhlngs; treusurer, John Wulker; school
directors. Luke Parkin nnd Fulrkk
Joyce; auditor, Patrick Walsh; town
Clerk, Patrick Barrett; Justice of the
peace, William Williams; constable,
Wllllunt Bradley; register of voteis.
Northwest district. Allchu'l Hrudy;
Judge Of election, IVtnr Colcorun; lli
spoctor. I'hilo l.ee; register of voters.
Northeast district, Tvrris lliilibard;
Judge of elect Ion. William l'.irinliitrhuiii;
Inspector, Fled Keoplnr.
White Crook Corainc.
The popular spectacular atu! ex
travaguiizn entitled the "White Crook.."
will be pluced on the boards of the
Opera Ibmse on Thursday night, Jan
uary SO. The coittpuny of comedians
and bullet girls are reported to be the
exceedingly strong und the pleoe Is
aid to be u worthy twentieth contury
production. There will be special scenes
and new costumes.
Pioneer I ndcavor Society.
The Kirst Presbyterlun church Chris
tian Kndeavor society, of this city, will
celebrate their anniversary on Febru
ary 2&. An enthusiastic committee has
a programme in course of preparation
This society is one of the oldest in this
country. It was organized very soon
after the development of the Christian
ICndeavor Idea and is one of the must
active in the city.
Needle in Her knee.
A painful and serious accident oc
curred to the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I.. Roc-tor, of Dunduff street. It
appears that she was playing near the
window and falling on to the lloor, a
needle went into her knee. It broke
off, leaving about an Inch in the tlesh.
Dr. Thompsoh, huvlng been summoned,
made an incision and removed the
Olive Leaf Lodge Entertainment.
A contract has been signed by the en
tertainment committee of the Olive
Leaf lodge with W. A. Coles, a blind
ventriloquist and elocutionist, who will
be the star of their coming entertain
ment that will be given In their hall
on March 16. Vocalists of renown in
the city will also assist.
. ' The lllock Crook.
This 'company paid a visit to our
Opera House last night and a lat'Ke au
dience was there to greet them. The
play was thoroughly appreciated and It
will be booked again. The frequenters
nf the house appreciated the orchestra
under Prof. Pitts.
John Farrell Klllod.
This afternoon John Farrell, of South
Church street, was killed while at work
Don't Get Excited
Waa what the doctors told me, and they
aid I must not run, on account f flat
terlnf of my heart. I was sick oyer a
year with dyspepsia, could not sleep or
est la oomfort, was generally miserable.
gave mo refreshing sleep, steady nerves
ad better health than ever. I have great
la'.th In Hood's. H. H. Prick, Reading, Pa.
flood's Pills SSS"U'
' Wall Paper
We are in the midst of our exten
sive alterations and have reduced
everything in the store to make room.
BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS
J. SCOTT I NG LIS
v: - 419 Lackawanna Ave.
on the Delaware and Hudson No. S
PERSONAL AM OTHER ITEMS.
News has Justt been received In the
city that the Kew Abram Jones. Con
gregation minister of Williamsburg, la.,
but late of this city, in commemoration
of the tenth year of his married life
was given a ttn wedding surprise party
by the members of his flock. The peo
ple here have missed the services of
this excellent naan, but feel proud of
his reception in his field of labor. Mr.
Jones la a brother of the Rev. D. P.
Jones, of HyUe Park.
Thomas Kvans. of Rock avenue, was
called by a dispatch to Nanticnke to at
tend the obsequies of his brother-in-law,
and left yesterday morning.
William Rees. a well-known young
man who left some time ago for Frost
burg, has co mo to reside again here.
H. A. Purple, the undertaker of Salem
avenue, has just returned from & visit
to New York.
Oeorge Klots. of the silk mill, Is In
New York city.
The Berean Kndeavor society will
hold tonight their annual banquet.
Kevlval services are being held this
week in the Methodist Episcopal church.
Last Sunday was an Interesting time
at the Archibald Presbyterian church.
The sacrumetit of the Lord's supper
was administered by the pastor. Kev.
V. A. Beecher. Twelve new members
were received into the church, ten on
profession of faith and two by letter.
Six persons were baptized.
The funeral of tlte late Thomas J.
Healy, who died suddenly on Friday
night, took place yesterday morning
from his late residence, on South Main
street. The remains were seen during
the early morning by hundreds of the
friends and ut'dociutes of the deceased,
from all parts of the valley. The body
rested In a black casket in the parlor
of the residence, and it was surround
ed by many floral offerings from sympa
thetic friends. At lO.Jtt o'cIock the fu
neral cortege proceeded to St. Thomas'
church, where a solemn high mass of
requiem wus ming. He v. T. J. Comer
ford, rector of St. Thomas,' was cele
brant of the muss; Kev. J. V. Moylun,
of liazleton, vu deacon, und Rev. Dr.
Lucas, also or St. Thomas', was stib
dcucon. Seated within the sanctuary
were !.-v. N. .1. Mi-Muiius, of Provi
dence; Kev. John Loiit;hian, of Ml
noul:u; Kev. I '.. J. Alrlley, nf South
Si-iaiiti.ui: Rev. .1. A. u'Uellly, of St.
Peter's cuthedi-iil; Hoc.. T5. II. Walsh,
of Moscow: Itev. l. .1. llrei'ii, of Ml
imiika: Rev. J. A. rieu. of Sugar Notch;
Rev. J. A. .Martin und Rev. James Jor
dan, of Wilkes-Hurre. The service was
most Impressive. After the benediction
Father Conierfurd preached a funeral
sermon, taking us his text the words
of the evangel tut: "Verily, verily, I
say unto you. If any man keep these
sayings of mine nf shall not taste
death." He bore testimony to the
character of the dead, to his quiet and
unassuming charity, his readiness to
ussist any worthy movement and his
willingness to do what was expected of
him as a Christian and a citizen. The
remains were interred In the Catholic
cemetery. The jall und Mower bearers
were selected from the three organiza
tions to -vhicli rhe deceased belonged:
The pall-bearers were John T. Swift
and Thomas Oaffrey. of the Catholic
Mutual Hem-lit association; Max Klap
fer and Juiiicm J. Walsh, of the Ilepta
sophs. and K. A. Jones and Henry My
ers, of the Hose company. The tlorul
designs were carried by Peter Brogan
and Peter Mnule, of the Catholic Mu
tual Ueneflt axxoctation; William Phil
bin and William Murphy, of the Hepta
sopti, and Thomas Cool lean and John
Flnnerty, of trie Hose company. All
three societies attended the funeral in
a body. The cortege was very large
and Included many persons prominent
In business and other pursuits from
this and Luzerne county.
At 4.'M o'clock yesterdny afternoon
Peter .Kearney, a well-known young
man of the Kast Side, was killed by
a full of top coal In the Delaware and
Hudson mine. The young man was
employed as a laborer and had about
finished work for the day, when his life
was crushed out. The remains were
taken to the home of his father, Thomas
Kearney, of Salem street. The de
ceased was about 23 years old. He was
a steady and industrious young man,
who was very popular among his asso
ciates and there will be much regret
expressed because of his untimely
death. He wan to have been married
within a few weeks to an estimable
young lady of the Kast Side. The fu
neral arrangements have not yet been
Miss Nellie Clark has returned from
a brief visit with relatives in Dick
son. The iew residence of Rev. T. J.
Comerford Is very nearly completed,
and has been open since Monday for
Inspection. It is gratifying to know
that there is little debt due on it, thanks
to the energy and untiling industry of
the rector. The Catholics of this bor
ough may point with pride to their
church property, which is among the
finest in this part of the state.
Mrs. A. F. Merrill visited at Windsor
An accident occurred to the five-year-old
daughter of William Sullivan on
New York avenue. Tuesday afternoon.
The child cllmoed up In a chair to get a
pitcher. Her foot slipped and she fell
to the floor and In some manner the
edge of the pitcher cut two-thirds of
her thumb off.
John Barber, of this place, and Miss
Katie Madlgun. of Susquehanna, were
united In marriage on Wednesday
morning at Susquehanna by Rev.
John M. Murphy, the "blacksmith
evangelist," of Vestal. N. Y.. will ad
dress the gospel meeting next Sunday
afternoon In the Kallroad Young Men's
. M. Carpenter and wife leave today
on a southern trip.
The Susquehanna County Medical so
ciety will conduct their quarterly meet
ing at the Mitchell house on Tuesday,
Dr. K. F. W II mot, one of the oldest
practloneers In the county, lies In a
critical condition at his home In Great
A special meeting for men only will
be conducted in the Baptist church
Prof. T. J. Davies gave his class in
vocal culture their llrst lesson Monday
evening. His intention is to give les
sons here weekly for about three
months, and clone the term with an
If tho Baby Is Catting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnalow'o Soothing Syrup 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 Oums,
Allays all Palo ; Cures Wind Colic and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists in every part of the world.
Be sure and avak for "Mrs. Wtnslow'a
Soothing Syrup." and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
is Bovinine, as has been attested
by thousands of physicians. One
of the many testimonials we have
received is one from Dr. Arthur
P. Ginn of Omaha, which reads,
" I used Bovinine in several cases
of diphtheria, and was success
ful with the cases. This to me
is sufficient evidence of its value,
no other food being used during
treatment, except the milk used
as vehicle for its administration."
being a food product, made by a
special cold process from lean
beef, is easy to take, quickly
assimilated, speedy in its life
promoting properties, is invalu
able as a life-giver when it is
necessary to maintain strength
to carry a patient over the crisis
of a disease. In diphtheria and
other throat troubles where it
has become impossible to take
nourishment by the mouth, Bovi
nine has sustained life for weeks,
administered as an injection.
THAT EARTHQUAKE. .
Tho Humbling Noises Were Mode by Mis
chievous Hoys and Dynamite.
The rumbling noise that shook the
earth in this locality last night for
twenty miles around, und startled the
residents in a number of towns, was not
un earthquake, us supposed. It Is
learned today that It was an explosion
of dvnamite ntar the town of Parsons,
four miles north of this city.
A iiurty of boys stole a lurge case of
dyiiumlte ut the Pine Ridge colliery
and took it to a field a. half mile away
and burled it In a culm pile. They at
tached a ca: and wire to it und then
set It off. The boys had a narrow es
cape from being blown to pieces.
Murder in tho Second legree.
The trial of Giovanni Oustavus, who
killed his companion, De Angelo, at
Plttston, a few weeks ago, came to an
abrupt termination this afternoon by
the commonwealth accepting a plea of
murder in the second degree. The pris
oner will be sentenced on Saturday
The vestry of Grace church have ap
pointed the following committee to
have charge of the men's supper in the
Sunday school room on February lit:
Reception committee. Rev. John N.
Lewis. Messrs. Greene, Hardenbergh,
H. Menner, L. J. Dorflinger, Nielsen, R.
W. Brady, Conger, Buuman, Fred
Furnham, W. S. Birdsall, Judge Wil
son, Uenung. Terrel, Duslnberry, M.
D., Thomas, H. Whitney, ii. Gardner,
sr., W. J. Relf, John Gale; soliciting
committee, Messrs. J.Welch, chairman,
R. W. Ham, Greene, Dudley, M. Bailey,
Arnat C. Hawker. James, Lobb; finance
committee, W. M. Gardner: kitchen
committee, Messrs. G. White, chief
cook; assistants, D. Menner, R. Welch,
Schuman, T. J. Ham, W. II. Ham, Van
Drlesen, O. White, Oow, J. Bauman,'
Merrlthew, Wm. Holies, J. T. Brady,
Baker. R. Duslnberre, O. Schueller. C.
P. Priumo, J. Welch, Holland, Ham,
Gray, C. F. Meyer, C. Dodge; waiters,
W. F. Suydam. Messrs. Russell, Row
land, C. Dorflinger, Frank Farnham,
Lane, George Whitney, Prentiss, Dim
mlck, Lindsay, Lambert, W. P. Bau
inan, I Holies. P. W. Gardner, I. Ham,
T. Fuller. J. Hawker. G toner, Wylie
Kimble, Donovan, Leine, J. Smith, Geo.
Meyer, B. Kimble, Dolmetsch, Register,
B. Gardner. Jr.. F. Whitney, Brigga,
Cole, Cook. Motzgar; custodian of sil
ver, W. J. Van Keuren; musical com
mittee, J. Broad; printing committee,
H. W. Ham, Homer Greene. The gen
tlemen will give an elaborate supper
for CO cents. Some of the celebrated
local chefs on the kitchen committee
Insure many a delicate and tempting
Charles Rose, of Scranton, waa the
guest of his brother, Lyman CI. Rose,
Mrs. W. M. Gardner passed yesterday
Misses Vinnle Rose and Antonette
Ball have returned from Rondout.
An assembly will be given at the
Opera house Friday night.
Julia, the bright and interesting 2-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Langan. of Snyder avenue, died
yesterday at 9 a. m. of diphtheria.
Thomus Meehan, of Lincoln street,
was a visitor In Carbondale yesterday.
The candidates' nominated by the
different political parties are as follows:
In the First ward by the Republicans,
for council, George Gleason: school di
rectors. Reese Davis, William Perris
and William H. Morgan; for constable,
Richard Barron: judge of election, John
Klderkin. In the Scond ward, for coun
cil, Joseph Hall. George Rles; school
directors, John Eley, Frank Lunnis and
John Miller; constable, Henry Dlerks.
In the Third ward, tor council, William
Snyder and S. K. Koehler; constable.
Max Koehler. The Democrats In the
Second ward nominated for council M.
F. Fadden and John Altken; school di
rectors, James Paygle, Fred Rles and
Andrew Kommskl; constable, Walter
Yuzoskl; Judge of election, Joe Glllpal
lon; inspector, Anthony Grafauskl. In
the Third ward, for council, M. C. Don
nelly and Lewis) Vesnlfskl; constable,
Kdlth, the 3-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Luke McGuIre, died yester
day after a short illness.
Kev. B. Iwanoskl, who has been seri
ously ill for the past week, Is recovering
Tha New Mllford Dramatic society Is
rehearsing nightly the drama "Foiled,"
which is to be presented at the opera
house on Friday evening of this week.
A grand hop will follow the entertain
ment. The next lecture of the Baptist lec
ture course occurs at that church on
Wednesday evening of this week. Dr.
Taylor, of Btnghamton, Is the speaker.
The shop department of the tannery
will be ready for business next week,
and will soon commence to boom. About
twenty men are now employed with a
prospect of about seventy more during
the month of February.
K.'E. Brooks Is stopping at the Rich
mond, Washington, D. C.
About seventy men are employed In
the ice business at Heart Lake. Sev
eral small accidents have occured
among the workmen.
Harry Hartt and wife, of Danville,
Pa., spent Sunday with his brother,
Charlie, in this place.
Welton Warner, of New York city,
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George F. Warner. '
Mrs. J. H. Wilbur and son. Austin,
of Westford, Ootego county, New York,
and Mrs. William Bouck and daughter,
Marguerite, of Cortland, N. Y., are vis
iting Mr. and Airs. Charles . Lee and
Mrs. Wilbur's sister, Mrs. Kromer, at
the Waverly house.
At a cltlsens caucus held at the band
rooms last Friday night the following
nominations were made: For justice
of the peace, E. J. Feehley; school di
rectors. John Miller and M. W. Bliss;
council, E. a. Carpenter, W. D. Spen
cer, A. C. Mahoney, John Shlppy, John
R. Johnson, Charles Hall, Sam Whal
ing; high constable. Grant Tllman; con
stable, George Sherman, Judge of elec
tion, E. O. Carpenter; Inspector, Will
iam Hall: auditor, N. D. Smith.
Professor F. C. Hanyen dismissed the
scholars of his school last Friday, ow
ing to the prevailing high wind. This
Is the second time Mr. Hanyen had to
dismiss the scholars owing to the in
security of the building. Mr. Directors,
If the school building la not safe, make
it safe, or give us a new building.
The newly elected officers of George
Fell post. No. 307. Grand Army of the
Republic, were duly installed In their
respective offices by Comrade Myron J.
Hall last Saturday night. The newly
installed officers are: Commander,
Frank M. Hallstead; senior vice-commander,
J. VV. Mershon; Junior vlce
commander. Virgil McManus; quarter
master, H. II. White; adjutant. Comrade
Wolf; officer of the day, C. A. Sherman;
officer of the buard, B. M. Green; chap
lain, A. Bergen Browe.
1 The Ladles' circle of George Fell post.
Grand Army of the Republic, had their
installation of .their newly elected offi
cers last Saturday afternoon. In. the
evening the Ladles' circle gave a grand
supper to the members of the post and
their friends at the band room.
Charlie Bolce and Charles K. Basset,
president of the Delaware County Loan
and Trust company, returned to their
home at Walton. N, Y., yesterduy after
a pleasant visit with John M. Court
right. Fresh bread, pies and cakes every day
at Martin Bold's "Little Delmonleo."
Frank Stanton Invited a few of his
intimate friends to his house on Wed
nesday evening last. Home friends were
there from Foster, Scranton and New
Jersey, like entertainment consisted of
games. Refreshments were served at
a late hour, after which the guests de
parted well pleased with the enjoy
ments of the evening.
Elery Thornly, engineer on the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western, will
occupy the tenement house of Ashley
Bought. April 1.
Mrs. Pullman, of Kust Lemon. Is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Bought.
Mrs. Sarah Lewis, who has been vis
iting her niece, Mrs. R. Klmbal. has re
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rlker is visiting
F. M. Young culled oh Nicholson
friends Saturday und Sunday.
The . Democratic and Republican
caucuses will both be held on Thurs
day evening, January SO.
Mrs. S. H. Finn Is visiting her brother
and mother at Yatesvllle.
Mrs. George Detrlck has returned
from Bellevue hospital, New York, im
proved in health.
The officers of Washington camp, No.
280, Patriotic Order Sons of America,
for the ensuing term, will be Installed
next Saturday evening by District
President A. J. Coluorn, Jr., of Scranton.
The concert given in the Baptist
church Saturday evening by the colored
quartette was highly appreciated by
DON'T WEAR A TRUSS
all your life. It tn nnnoying. and not
always safe. It will not cost much to
Have your Rupture Cured. '
1 do it by h new m-tno-". No sur
gery, no detention from tmshioxs. You
will only need to m.ku Irem four to
e'ght weekly visit to my ofhV.. Csll
or write f r tf,:innisls.
A. P. O'MALLEV, M. D.,
60 8, Wah I,. tin m.. 1km TlarrcPj.
Ruptured for Forty Vears.
Mr. J K. hwa,sse, employed in the
Central railroad ahopa, llTrs 12 Urmn
street, Ashley, Pa., sya: "Forty
years ago I became rnptured. I ani
now closr to 65 years (if szt. I miffnrrd
pan, incflnvenienco. nnd, I night ad-l,
tnrturo at times. I nver kuuw ram
fort, as I now liars it. for years. A
fow months ago I heeatne lnfer sted
in the many atlTi rtiements of 'Hnp
ture Cured,' ly Dr. O'Malley.and hein
a sufferer, I underwent treatment.
To my snrprlw, I em happr to say
that I am now w ell. 1 w rk cvm y day
now and enj-y life. I make this state
ment for the benefit of my f How snf
fere s, whom I know are anxiimstnb
cut oil of a ttnublv that makes lit" mlK
erahle, and which wily tha-o who suf
Tribtine Almanac 1896
no PA0E3 iS CENTS, POSTPAID
GREATEST CLEARING SALE
The Kmplre Dry Hoods company mutt
remove their stock from 518 l.iiLkawunna
avenue and therefore they offer their en
tire stock; must be sold regardless of
cost. The stot'k is tremendously lurice,
packed full of woods from the basement
to the second floor, and we must reclin e
stock until April 1.
We will quote you only a few numbers
and styles of roods, and you can Imaclne
for yourself the prices unci quality of
goods. Five bales of Hill's Muslin,.
vents, 10 yards to each person only; 5
bales ef Atlantic P Muslin, everybody
knows the manufacturer' price, our price
Is 4's vents a yards. It) yards to each buyer;
1 bale of Hope Bleached Muslin, manu
facturer's price 4 cents, our price price
6 cents, 10 yard to each buyer; 1 vase of
hulf-wool plaid goods, manufacturer's
price 10 cents, our price 7 cents, 10 yards
to each buyer; 4 cases of good towliug, 2!i
yards to a roil. S cents a yard, manufac
turer's price 3-j cent.
. Stock of Shirts We guarantee to have
today 2,00 dozen of Top Hlilrt on our hands,
not a single one In the lot that has not
the best labor and 30 Inches long, neck
bund and double stlchcd, clearing sale
THE CUT PRICE STORE,
NATIONAL BARK OF SCRANTON.
JOHN T. PORTER, President.
W. W. WATSON, Vice President.
A. B. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Samuel lines, Jsmes M. Ererbart. Irving
A. Kiu. b, Pierre H. Finley. Joseph .1. Joimyn.
M. 8. Kcmerm, Charles P. Matthews. John T.
Porter. W. W. Wataon, Charles, Uchlugsr, L.
This bank invites the patronage of business
men and flrius tfenarally.
Ren.'l cents for -mole package.
Faultless Chemical Company, Balti
V LOST MANHOOD
., V and all attending' afWnt
and all arttmuDit allmmt.i,
1W both of young and aud ita.
't arre t r.icn and women. The
Ikwr Its of treatment. Tuitions, tnxlurtiir weak
neas, Nenrons Pebllliy.Sliihtly Italians, Consumption.
Inranlty, Exhaunt nr dralusand lorfiof nower cf the G?a
entire Orrniiaunlllllnx one fonrtuiiY, burtr.cm ac J map.
rlairoijoult'klTcuredhvli. ItoJrlia..K...i.k v. .
Crulria. Thi T not only cure by ktnrtinifatthi's. at'nf
tftfl.Ltr f lrrt KKKVK NIC sad IILOOB)
lllll.prit, bringi'iil huok I bo pink alow to sate
elieeba and real orlnt Ilia FlltK Ml'' Vol Til to the
pal lent. ly mall, el.llo iter hrx or II for Sr, with writ
ton runrunlre to rare or refund t-e miieeT, hook
, ..,i..i, v-Pr - l--- vl8.AlewY....
For tale by JOHN H. PTTRLP3. Drug
Ust. TVynm'ns sve. anil Pprtire treef.
French Injection Compound
Cnree poattlyely, quirklr. (not merely cliei-k.1.)
liiiaranteed or money relundixl. Avoid dangerous
rstnedles. FMooSuecnl per little. Nix Kutilra
(will cure nevereit case) sent pretMUd. necurefrt.m
oluerratliin. with only Kloullfically nude syrlugs,
to any address for I3.U0.
I roof TisiNiNr. un cninFMBR
ATI dene away with by tha use ef HAOTV
MAN'S PATENT PAINT, which consist
cf Ingredients well-known to all. It can be
applied to tin, Rnlvani2cd tin, sheet Iron
reofa, also to brick dwellngs, which will
revem absolutely any crumbllac crack
is; or brceJclne of the brick. It will out
last tlnnlns; of any kind by many years,
and It's coat does not exceed one-fifth that
of the coat of tlnnlnp. Ia fold by tha lob
r pound. Contract taken by
i ANTONIO UAKTMAJ:n. a Birch L
in This County.
price 3 cents each: -T. dozen of a Pine Per
cale shirts, :i6 Inches lon. 2 collars a n I
cnffH, for IW cents a piece; thp lai-K-Kt
variety In White .MuMIn Shirts, in uny
grade, we have them ut 4:, :& und 75
cents fof the New York Mills Muslin.
This la u greut chance for uny house
hold; we huve Imported about Ii ruses of
Fine Table I.lnon Covers, they were slight
ly wet on the steamship; they were In
sured, and we huve got our claim settled.
We shall give a great opportunity to buy
ers on them: will sell 2 yards ull Linen
Table Cloth In the lines! quality only nt US
cents; ill, yurds, same quality, ut 1.2; 3
yards also a very fine cover, at Jl.as. n
pays you to buy a dozen of them, us we
are positive you are buying- them for one
holf. Oreat bargain in White Quilts. Cot'ton
raised 3 cents on u pound, but we will sell
a 4-pound White Quilt for 7 cents.
Hosiery, hosiery, hosiery There Is not
one jobbing house in the county that noils
as many hosiery as we do, und we huve
a fine, line for ladles; nilsfes' and men's
hose In both wool and cotton at such, a
figure that you can't buy the row mut-rl u
for the money we offer them. Come and
delight yourself with bargains.
ft GOODMAN, MANAGER
71 - IT
Yott can save money by purchasing now. Carpets
of every grade are advancing in price. We antici
pated this and bought accordlingy. There is no
advance in price with us. A special line of Rugs
Fur, Royal Axminsters, Wiltons,
Smyrna and Japanese-
AT LESS THAN THE USUAL COST PRICE.
New and beautiful designs for the spring trade in
the highest grades of Wiltons, Axminsters, Vel
vets, Brussels and Tapestries at prices which
will be sure to suit you. All goods purchased now
will be stored free ot charge until wanted.
S. G. KERR,
A f O Lackawanna Ave.
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 PM TIMBER
For Heavy Structural Work.
ANY SIZE, AND OP TO FORTY FEET L0HS
RICHARDS LUMBER CO
22 Commonwealth Bide., Scranton, Pa, Tiltthoni 42Z
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA,, Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Ocaeral Office: SCRANTON, PA
nrm raoi co., ! csuii.osjjpj,
amn 91.00 hhor im the woeia
"A tUUmr tatti it a OvUmr rnrti." t
TUsUMIIea-sMIrt Preach DeesjelaKldBssV
sat Beat dettvefes bee anywhere la the U.S., ea
reesi woiveso, aiueaj uimi.
or l'osul Mete tsr
Kqnate erery way
sold tm ell retail
t'i.aO. We BMke tale heat
earasrna, therefore we iaer
nnut we jh, tnm ana snr.
and M any
oee at ec
we win r
oe or I'oeneoa piim.
widths 0, TV B, fc KB.
k sites 1 to I aad heal
fjiwai raw io oesMre.
I II t-m 1 IB r-:ves.
v urns wji
11 mm. g tfopij um
PMyTm SL ' 218 WjMnln. m 1
Need a Carpet?
We are now prepared to submit to your inspection
our line of brand new '96 patterns, fresh from the
loom and fairly bristling with new and beautiful
This line embraces all the standard productions,
including some rare designs in Moquettes and Vel
vets, of which we are justty proud.
We Want Your Opinion
of them, and as a means of attracting your imme
diate attention to this department we offer the fol
lowing inducement for one week:
45c INGRAINS at 28c
For the benefit of some of our old
customers who came too late to pro
cure one of those Rockers men
tioned in, a previous ad. we have
decided to extend another oppor
tunity. Oak frame, upholstered seat
OUR FEBRUARY PREMIUM
Terms (ALL CASH or
as PART CASH and
Usual I BALANCE HONTHLY.
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS IN CLOTHING DEPARTMENNT
Opp. Main Entrance Wyt Hx
call ut seta.
EM Oil AKD UK!
OPFIOE AND WAREHOUSE,
Ml TO 181 MERIDIAN STRESf
M. W. COLLINS, tVTs
SALE BEGINS MONDAY