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TOE SCRAXTOX TRIBUTE TIIUIISDAY. MOItNING. FEBRUARY 20, 1890. ,
His Remedies Reduce the Death
A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE
His New System Indorsed
Jy Scientists and Pro
gressive Physicians. .
Millions of Converts Now Urging
His Improved llomoe
1 athlc llnnedies.
Rheumatism, Catarrh, Asthma. Dys
( pepsia, Colds, Coughs, Kidney
Complaints and Nervous
Yield Quickly to These Wonder
Read the Following List of Cures Ask
Your Druggist for Munyon's Guide
to Health -Select a Reined
and Cure Yourself.
When Prof. Sliinyon first announced
to the world tnut lie had discovered n
new system ufcurlnsr illai-use, the medi
cal world Hi-oflVd und the pulillf doubt
ed. The people remembered the Ko'li
Lymph fallacy and the ruinous results
of the recent fad or Injectlns serums
Into the body for curhiK diphtheria,
I'OiiMutuptioii and other ailments.
l-'aith In his new system could only
tie established by tests and aetunl cures.
To this end the Professor save away
mlllfons of his remedies, InvltliiR the
public physlcluns and scientists to test
them and report the effects to the edi
tors of the leadintv newspapers. As a
result of this! bold and generous offer,
thousand have been restored to health:
the new system has come Into Reneral
use; whilst skeptics nnd bigots have
been forced to acknowledge Its super
iority over ell other methods.
I'.lK doses of poisonous drug" nnd dan
gerous nostrums are Kivins; way to
Miinvon's more Rentle nnd humane
treatment. Munyon's Improved Home
opathic Remedies are Pleasant to take,
absolutely harmless and relieve almost
Munyon's Rheumatism Cure Is guar
anteed to cure rheumatism In any part
of the body. Acute or muscular rheu
matism can be cured In frun one to live
days. It speedily cures shooting pains,
Hclutleu, lumbago and all rheumatic
pains in the back, hips and loins. It
Feldom fails to give relief ufter one or
two doses, and almost Invariably cures
before one bottle has been used. Price
STOMACH AND DYSPEPSIA CVRK.
Munyon's .Stomach and Dysepsla
Cure cures all forms of indigestion anil
stomach trouble, such as rising of food,
distress afler eating, shortness of
breath, and all affections of tlx heart
caused by Indigestion, wind on the
stomach, bad taste, offensive breath,
loss of appetite, In I illness or weakness
of stomach, coaled tongue, heartburn,
shooting pains of the Htomach. consti
pation, fi.intness, dizziness, und lack of
energy. J 'rice 2it:
, Munyon's Nerve Cure cures all the
symptoms of nervous exhaustion, such
as depressed spirits, failure of memory,
restless or sleepless nights, pains In
the head and dizziness. It cures gen
em! debility, stimulates and strength
en the nerves, and tones up the w hole
ivstein. price '! cents.
Munyon's Kidney Cure cures pnlr.s
In the back, lulus, or groins from kid
ney dhieuse. dropsy of the feet and
limbs, frequent desire to pass water,
dark colored and turbid urine, and
diabetes. Price 2i cents.
Catarrh positively Cured. Are you
willing to spend "i0 cents for a cure that
positively cures catarrh by removing
the cause of the disease? If so, ask
your druggist for a ll'i-cent bottle of
Munyon's Catutrh Cure and a ".Ti-cent
bottle of Mini) oii'h Culm i'Ii Tablets.
The caturrn cure will eradicate the dis
fase from the system and the tablets
will cleanse and heal the afflicted parts
and restore tlieui to a natural und
Munyon's Liver Cure corrects head
ache, biliousness. Jaundice, constipa
tion, and all liver disease. Price 2o
Munyon's Cold Cure prevents pneu
monia nnd breuks up a cold In u few
hours. Price 25 cents.
Munyon's Cough Cure stops cough,
night sweats, allays soreness, and
speedily heals the lungs. Price 25 cents.
Munyon's Female Remedies are a
boon to all women. Price 2." cents.
Munyon's Headache Cure stops lieail.
ache In three minutes. Price ".." cents.
Munyon's Pile Ointment cures all
forms of piles. Price 2.5 cents.
, Munyon's Asthma Cure and Herb
are guaranteed to relieve asthmu 111
three minutes and cure in five days,
price 0 rents each.
Munyon's Blood Cure eradicates all
Impurities from the blood. Price 25
Munyon's Vltallzer imparts new lif,
restores new power to weak and debil
itated men. Price $1.
M unyon's Homeopathic Remedy Com
pany. 1505 Arch street. Philadelphia.
Pa., puts up specific for nearly every
disease, mostly for 25 cents a bottle.
Sold by all Retail Druggists.
- I.StOyardaof Carpets, from S to?)
yards in earn piece, consisting of
, -the following Best Makes:
$ .85 Tapestry Carpet for
. 1.25 Velvet Carpet for
1.15 Moquette Carpet for
1.35 Axninster Carpet for
SALE TO CONTINUE FOB SIX DAYS ONLY
. Terns Cash During This Sale.
J. SCOTT INGLIS
... 419 Lackawanna Ave
Three Men Meet Death While at Work
for the Conaamera Cotapany. .
fleorge Maxwell, John Xerby and Samuel
Maxwell, employed ut the works of tha
Consumers' (Sum company. In this clly,
were suffocated yesterday afternoon by
escaping gus. The men were tilling a
purifying box and neglected to close Hie
trap. A flow of gas from a. l-'-lneh pi pa
was allowed to escape into the room where
they were at work.
They were not discovered until a o cloK
this evening, when they were found deid
upon the Moor. They were all married
and leave large amino.
Killed bv the Tars.
Mrs. Rrldget Dcgnan. of Plttston. aged
73 years, was found dead on the Lehigh
Vulley railroad truck in thut city yester
duv. It was learned later on that she hac
been struck by a train. Her head was
crusned out ot siiupe.
An Infant Murdered.
An unknown child nearly a year old
was found In a Held in Kingston yester
dav dead. The body wus denude or clotn
ing und around the neck of the infant
wus a cord showing that It -had been
strangled to death.
Pettobono Mine I iro.
The fire In the Petiebone mine is still
burning und great danger seems to exist
in many of the chambers. At tunes lb
roof In many places shows signs of euvlng
in. and on .Monday night four men barely
escaped death by Ions of eoul romlm;
down. An explosion occurred there yes
lerday, but no one was Injured.
The Archbald Dramatic association pre
stated Cast i'pon the World" before a
luiKe und ajipreclallve audience al Father
Mai he ' tiperu House on Monday even
ing. The pluy had been preseuted here
before, but nver under more, f.ivorablo
surrounding (hull on Monday evening
The characters were well portrayed, the
stage settings were neat und attractive
and the make-up was excellent. John A
Kellly, under whose supervision the play
was produced, made a very satisfactory
Fred Norton. John A. Foot was equally
ucci-ptaiile as Holier! Stunlord, and John
LaagHli creditably impersonated the diffi
cult role of Nat tiarvln. Tom McC.rnil
wus a witty Sum son clunn. and John
l'.olnnd eml Thomas CiimminKS, as Mary
and Scanty, were excellent In their re
spective roles. John llroguu ns Knnwl-
ton, ,iohn (Illrov us T'haiies Thorinlike,
and James F. I'hllhln us Hon. Agnellis
I a vis portrayed their Hurts with credit
Miss Mary IHUTv wus an excellent Kill
Tlinrndlke. and .Miss Fannie Colepian ef
fectively played the part of Mrs. Samson
Clapp. M'ss Cecelia Swift was n graceful
.Mis. .VCUmiis I nv Is, miss Jennie .Mnnloy
made a charming I.urcnt-i Stephens, and
.Miss H. A. MeAndrrw was u winsome
Ktmiui Slipliens, All the ladles pud gen
tlemea who purtteliiated were well suited
to their i.i: r:s nnd did credit to themselves
and Hide InH'-aetor. John A. Foote, who
ha. I I'l'm""1 of the costuming, is pnflci
I'ulf wor.-ry of p'-.-- for ihe excellent
wry In which h- did his wo'k. The pro
eee, Is nf i!p rerfo-nanec were given to
u- pari'-iii-ii iniiPUng num.
The elt'eil,..! on Tuesday was one of tile
quietest i"d,i here In many years. Ther
was no disorder ar t none of the bit let
ness thut I'virkel oilier contest, here, in
the Second ward, the banner Heniocrall
ward of t'e liorc'uth. there was no oppo
sl I inn to J, noes F. Mi-Andrew who wo
eleded school direr-tor, or to Thomas K.
Mlnley. who was returned to the council.
Hr-nry .Myers was re-elected school direr
tor In the Flrt winl h- a me tori I y of
11 over Max Kloiip.-r. and Philln Kehle b id
ma.iorltv of III over Michael Haltes for
coiineil. In the Third ward John M
T'.urke was ben ten be Michael Toolln for
the ollhe of school director by only one
vote nnd Henry P-ohst for the se-ue of
fice had 'uaiorltv of :t over Thomas
Ridden. WHlluin tliinl beat Stnlieii Itae-
rilt 21 for the oltlre of eounellm.in from
lee 'nurd ward. Ti"vras I.oftcs wu
elected borough nmllto". and fdwurd
O'Horo hlifh cons tilde. Reuben VVIUInnia
was t.inr...,i eonslehle In the First ward
and WIIIIk'U llousrher In Thl-d wa'-il.
Richard P. Harrett, of Hyde Park, was
IP town on Ttlesi' lv.
The ecnloyes of Jones, Simpson Co.
were pain yesterday.
The election on Tuesduy resulted in a
sweeping victory for the Kepuhlii-uns. the
first victory that puny has achieved ill
the history or the borough. The lollowiug
is the result: Coiiiiellmeii, James lira-
ham i K.I, three years, I'.'L'; John .Meade
IK.), three years, sw: Thomas .Mcl.oiighltn
IK. I, .'...; VMlllam mown IK.i. two years,
(K.I, L'H.; Patrick ('onion (R.l, two years,
'OK; F. .1. Newton (K.I, one year. 1KB: Jo
seph Hodgson I K.I, one year, 194; Thomas
Fltzsinimons 1 1). I. 121; Henry Jackson
III.). Ion: James K.vhii (1)1, lu5: John
Woods (ID, two years. ii: Tiiomas Her
Pert iD.i, two years, 112; Frank Parks
(D.l, one year, !IK; Theoduru llogan III.),
one year, :2H. Senojl director, iJavhi Da
vis (K.I. 22a; Koloinoa lieeble (K.i, . 24a
Miehuel O'.Malley (I).), lull; Philip Clifford
111. I, l:i:;. Constable, John S. Cumphell
(l).i. IM; Kd ward .Murphy (U.), 2."7. High
constable. Alfred ilreen (K., 214; V. H.
Curley i D.), 2Wt. Kdward Murphy was the
only Democrat that was elected, he haviiiK
held the utllee of constable for several
Tile Avoca Culling club played an Inter
esting (tame yesterday wl;h the lnkerman
team ul the Vafesvilie pond. Tills club
has achieved so many victories during !he
present season that the Juvi idles have be
come interested and have oriiauizeit :i
club and are practicing dally at the Hill
side pond. They will play a itaine with
ttie senio:s in a few weeks, the weather
pi -rmlttliig such a eouiest.
John Mitchell, sr., of th West Side,
is I.Wng seriously III owing lo a tall he re
ceived on Ihe Ire a few days ago,
I'atriek Houston, of the South Side,
formerly a resident of this lown. san
tuined severe Injuries in Ihe mines on
Tuesday morning, lie was removed to
the I. :n kawanna hospital, w here It was
found necessary to amputate his leg be
low Ihe knee. Ills recovery Is doubtful.
The only attraction In the town on
WuShitiKlon's Kin Inlay will be the .Martha
Washington and entertainment at the
Primitive Methodist church la the even
ing. The alf.ilr should he well patronized.
It will he managed by the Home Mission
Mr. and Airs. ,1. Snyder are spending n
few iIhvs at Ihe home of thel;- (laughter,
Mrs. (lay. of Orange, 1'a.
Mrs. John (irahtnc, of the North Kml,
Is seriously 111 of la urippe.
Kev. J. J. .McCnlie has returned home
after a few days visit with hij parents
Fbctlon day passed off quietly In this
borough. The Democrats currying nearly
everything us the following count will
show. Kepiiblh-an ticket Justice of the
peace, J. 11. Snyder, III; borough council.
three years. .1. .M. Kho.les, 42; Henry I'.at.
tin, "I: Charles Koch, 17: Komeyn HnylT,
:i4; John I). Fuller. :iu; S. Y. Kiel, :!4;
F. II. Williams, :I4: school director. M. P.
Rhodes, 4j; borough treasurer. L. W. Pat
t ridge, 17; auditors. C. W. Rhodes, .'19; .1.
II. Snyler, X; overseer of the poor, W. H.
Kdwurds. Ill; Judge of flection, C. W.
Khodes. :ll: Ins.ne.-tor of election, H. 3.
Finn. ;:i. Democratic ti--ket Justice r,f
thi- peace. T. H. Ilardenbergh. 4": borougn
council. F. I,. Carr, 53; A. K Veager, i",:t;
A. (.'. Dunning. 4; Richard Kearney. S7:
Jay Kniekerhoeker, Jr., 29; J. Y. Ininninu,
44; school directors. J. H. Musters, 41: F.
L. Carr. M: borough treasurer. Charles
Koch. :il; auditor, K. L. Neul. 4:1; William
X. SUIT. 4ii; overseer of the poor. Thorn is
Ward, 4: const aide, W. H. Kvans. K;
judge of election. D. C. Hrlnk. 4s; inspec
tor of election. W. C. Dunning, 4ti. The
Democruls elected everything except one
eouricllinan, borough treasurer ami one
A meeting of the Klmhnrst board of
trade will be held in the school house on
Tuesday evening, Feb. 25. at J.30 o'elo'-k.
All members are requested to be present
as business of Importance is to come be
fore the board.
Mr. and Mrs. H. ft. Thuyin gave a party
to their daughter. Lulu, on Tuesday even
ing. It being her birthday. A large crowd
of young people were present and a most
enjoyable evening was spent.
The returns of election as received show
Dickson City borongh to be strongly Re
publican. In the first ward the Republi
cans elected Oeorge Oleason for council.
School director, three years. Reese W. Da
vis; iwo years. John T. Perrls; one year.
W. H. Morgan; for constable. Richard
Barron; forjudge of election, Hen Red.lo;
and Inspector of election Goiner Parry.
In ihe Second ward the Citizen pnrtv
elected for council M. V. Fadden and John
Aifken: for school directors, James Cay
gle. Fred. Ries and John Miller; for con
stable, Henry Dlerks; for judge of elec
tion, George Cooper. And In the Third
ward the Republicans elected to the coun
cil William Snyder and S. K. Koehler; for
constable, Max oKehler.
Mrs. Phillip Morgan, of Lincoln street,
Readers will plase note that advertise
ments, orders for Job work, and items for
publication left at the establishment of
Shannon & Co., newsdealers. North Main
street, will receive prompt attention; of
fice open from g a. m. to 10 p. m.J
AFTER THE BATTLE.,
The Republican Candidates Defeated.
Robert Carter by fifteen Votes for
Muyor-Nealon l.lcctcd Select Council
man. The battle for suoremacy In our city
has been fought and the Democrats
have won. The will of the people has
been reslstered and it has been dem
onstrated by small majorities for the
principal offices of the city government.
The poll Is the largest vote ever cast In
the city. The Fourth ward did the mis
chief to the Republican party, anil this
accounts largely for the auceess of the
Democrats. Again the First ward.
First district. Mayor Hendricks" local
ity, went back on the Republican tick
et, und Alderman S. S. Jones' ward aln
proved unfaithful. The cause of this
del'eut Is mainly due to the influence
exerted by the defeated cundhhites at
the primaries. The vole on the city
offices is as follows:
.1. J. O'Neill, D 14114
Robert Curler. R 141
Wheeler, D 1471
Spencer. R 12C.S
Connor. D 1452
Cramer, R 1-82
Van Reck, J
. The Word Offices.
The contest for the ward offices was
very hot and especially for the school
directorship of the Third and Fourth
wards, and also the select council in
the same wards.
School director, Campbell, R., 424;
Rrcunan, D., litil. Select council. Thos.
Neulon, I)., :il8; Morgan Thomas, R.,
:W7. Poor director, Cooke, D 23!; Mc
Donougli, ., Ill; Cordon, R.. tU: llig
Rins. It.. 'H. Common council, Second
ward. Devine, D., 20i; Dougherty, I .,
161!; Vaiulermark, 11.. 11"; Colwen. It.,
M.l. Third ward, constable. Mike Mor
on. D., oiix; John Price, It.. 2fi.
W. T. Colvllle wns elected a school
director without opposition. The con
stitution of the common c'ouncll for
l.v'9ti will be eight Republicans and four
Democrats, while the select branch will
be a tic
The Democrats feel justly prouil at
their ability in turning the tallies upon
the Republicans, und J. J. O'Neill was
congratulated upon all hands upon his
The Cnrbondnle township politicians
were at fever heat, and one of the hot
test contests in years took place Tues
day. The result was as follows:
Northwest district Justice of the
peace, W. Williams, 1; Peter Kane. 1;
L. P. McCabe, 1. Supervisors, Peter
Kenns, 24; Daniel Dempsey. 49; Patrick
lirown, 7; Michael Kelly. .19; James f.
Ciuiun. !il; Michael II. Cuvanugh, 12;
Mart Hudson, 9. Poor director. Thomas
H. Cummlngs, 7S; Michael Mcllule. 4;i:
John Hutler. 2. Treasurer, John Battle,
til: John Walker, f.:i; L. Larkin. 1.
School directors, Patrick Joyce, 110;
M. J. McDonald. KI7; John Duffy. 14.
Auditors, Michael Coggins, 07; Patrick
Welsh. 35: John Heeney. 4: Patrick Mo-
Cabe, 1. Town clerk, James T. Walk
er, til; Patrick Harrett. IS.'!. Constable,
Wllliuni iiradley, 94; James Kitzsdm
liions, 14. Judge of election, Peter Cor
coran. MS; Rtclinrd F. Cummlngs. 25.
Inspector. Michael Toolun. S:i; Michael
McFnddeii, 15, Assessor of voters, I'at
riek Sweeney. 59: Michael Rtudy, 29;
Thomus Mcllule, 28.
Northeast district Justice of peace,
Lewis P. MeCube. 36; William Williams,
17. School director, John Duffy, :!S; AL
J. McDonald, S5; Patrick Joyce, -12.
Poor director, John I hi tier, 41; Thomas
Cummlngs, 5; Michael Mcllule, 2.
Treasurer, John Ruttle, 17; John Walk
er. 9. Supervisors, Patrick Ilrown, 4!i;
James (uiiiii, 16: Daniel Dempsey. 14;
Michael Kelly, 2. Auditor, Patrick
McCabe, 46: Michael Coggins, 3. Town
clerk, Michael Mcflale, 12; Jumes !.
Walker, 7; James T. Walker, 4. Con
stable. James Pltzsimmons, 50; Will
lam Bradley, 14. Judge of election,
olin Rergen, 4t. Inspector of election.
Seymour Purdy. 16; Fred Kepler. !:
Willla Hiriiilnghani. 14. Assessor of
voters, John White, 27; Jacob Henry, 22.
let I Township.
The fight was well contested In the
township and every effort was used bv
botli turtles to guin u victory. From
early morning to the close of the polls
the workers were kept busy, und a full
vole was recorded. The result was a
win for the Democratic putty, which
an be accounted for by the dissensions
in the Keiiublican camp. The follow
ing is the count:
Supervisors, John Muldooney. T.,
7: James Lavln. D.. 114 : W. 11. Dough
erty, It.. 146; K. W. James. It.. 111.
School directors, Stephen Fitscputrlck,
1 ., 213; John Dunn. D., 1'tS; Joel CuuM,
11., liO: John T. Evans, R 156. Audi-
ors, John J. Hums, D.. 224: K. J.
O'Keef,., D 220: John W. Williams. It..
154; L. R. Lewis. R., 145. Treasurer.
John Lymndy. D., 234; Richard Pier,
R., lo9. Poor director, Henry Loft us.
1 2n2: Charles Melville, It., 176. Town
ship clerk. Thomas M. Holmes. !., 28;
Joseph Wilkes, It.. 155. Constable, la-
niel Henly, D., 2:i0; John L. Evans. It..
RUII.LIANT W I-D1)IX(J.
S. . Calhoun nnd .Millie limner I'nitcd
Tuesday evening at half past eicht
Miss Millie Krunner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hrunner. of Park street, anil
S. A. Calhoun, of Scranlon, were Joined
In the happy lionds or wedlock ut the
home of the bride's parents. Rev. T
K. Jepson of the Rerenu Baptist church.
pronounced the words that made them
one. The bride was attended by Miss
.Martha Slegei, or Archibald street, and
Joseph !. Calhoun, of Scrunton, acted
as best man. Mr. Calhoun was wcll
knowti in the city having worked ns i
I Was an Invalid
Bo long 1 did not expect ever to be well
again. 1 was confined to the bouse the
with nervo u s
debility and fe
tite or energy.
A friend urged
me to talc
and I was soon
able to do my
own work nd
leel that life is worth living. I cheerfully
recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to all
afflicted In like manner." Mas. M. E.
Hosuxs, Manard, Virginia. -
Is the Only
Truo Blood Purifier
Prominently in the public eye. ft; 6 for 5.
Hood's Pills SruSa.
Highest of ftU in Leavening
foreman of the Anthracite composing
room and for a time worked for tne
Herald. The following; persons attend
ed the reception given at the home ot
the parents of the bride: Mesdames
and Messrs. August (learhart. William
Klnback. Jacob Llebrum.Ueorire Berry;
Misses Kdna Kagler. Olive Vail. Olive
Kagler; Messrs. Harry Hall. Harley
Klnback, Will Jenkins. us Nelson, and
Fred Wagner, of this city; Mesdames
and Messrs. A. J. Ilartw ick. seeieyviue;
W. K. Cahoun and Ritdolph Hrunner.
Scranton: Misses Krestger. Honesdule;
Lena C.luss and Martha Jtiefter, of
Hawley; Ksther Cahoun. and Delia
Ryan. Scranton: Messrs. Ony Sanborn
and Joseph (1. Cahoun. Scranton. The
happy couple will reside on Wyoming
avenue, Scranton. ,
Griffiths and Hirkctt.
A pretty wedding was solemnized by
Rev. H. J. Malsley, rector of Holy Trin
ity, lust Tuesday evening, when Wil
liam (liifllthH ami Miss Ruth Rlrkett
were joined in the bonds of matrimony.
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
Contractor T. C. Robinson was the re
rlplent of two complimentary votes for
Mrs. Charles Wagner, of Lincoln ave
nue, leaves today for Philadelphia.
The employes of the Coalbrooke were
The Herean Baptist church will have
a special mission service tonight.'the
subject being "History of the Fiji Mis
sions." H. J. Rockenberry hns announced his
decision to retire from the partnership
of the Herald.
Piles! Piles! Itching Piles!
Symptoms Moisture; intense itching
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 me tumors. At druggists, or
by mull, for 50 rents. Dr. Swayne St
Tuesday's election resulted in the elec
tion of the entire Republican ticket us fol
lows: Town eouneflmen, M. It. Allen,
three years; W. J. Rlef. three yeurs; an
num Wutls, three years; W. A. Wood,
two years; .Martin Camicld. two years; J.
II. Weaver, one year; (1. H. Whitney, one
year. High constable. It. W. (ioesser.
School directors, 11. S. Salmon, Ihreo
years; R. 11. Ilrown, three years; F. P.
Klnitile, D., one year. Judge of election,
W. H. Lee. Inspector of election, (!. 1'.
Ross. Auditor. A. C, Lindsay, (unstable,
C, J. Rrown. Four hundred uml one votes
were polled. The Democrats hail two tick
ets in the field, which resulted In consid
Mrs. Augusta Slekler, of Tiinkhaiinock,
who has been visiting .Mrs. Itenjauiln
(larduer, has returned home.
.Miss Dora Conger has returned home
after sevei'Hl weeks absence.
Judson Curtis, Jr., yesterday morning
while driving Ms father's spirited horse
was thrown from the cutter on Main
street, but escaped uninjured. The horse
Jumped a wire fence on Fast street Mid
was slightly bruised. The cutter was en
If tho Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Winslow'ti Foothln.ar Syrup has
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil
lions of Mothers for t!ieir Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success.
It Soothes the Child. Softens the Gums,
Allays all Pain; Cures Wind Colic and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world.
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Mrs. Mary Mooney, an old resident of
this place, died suddenly at the home of
her daughter, .Mrs. William Walker, ot
Mayfleld, yeaUnJay afteriiouu about li
o'clock. Mrs. .Mooney left here on the
4.10 Delaware and Hudson train for May
field and was taken 111 Immediately utter
she reached her daughter's home, where
she died. Deceased was a lady of many
estimable qualities and had a large circle
of acquaintances. She is survived by two
sons and three slaughters, namely; Mrs.
James Lynch, Mrs. William Walker, Mrs,
Klleu .Martin, John ami Michael Mnonev.
While Thomas O'Xeil, of Forest Cliy,
was returning home on Tuesday night
with bis team of horses he met with an
accident which came very neur ending bis
life. O'Nell had been ill town delivering
Coughs, Colds, Pneumonia,
The Favorite Cough Cure.
THE FAHILY FRIEND
It cure.i where others fail. It is guar
anteed to cure all lung and throat trou
bles. No cure; no pay. For sale everywhere.
Ask your dealer for it. I 'rice, cents.
Cured of Pains In His Lungs.
Anthony Veager contractor i:il Hill
street, Wllkes-Harre, lJu., says three bot
tles of Dr. Alexander's Lung Healer, the
famous cough cure, cured me of asthma
and pains in my Iuna after pneumonia.
You can put me down as a strong be
liever in Lung Healer. No cough medicine
Pfktrhrittr's CagiUh DtamoiKl Brand.
frifin.M mum ualj Uen taints
re, alwavtt- reliable, ladies aik
uriiffirtU for VHirhentert Enqltth Dm
mund Brand in Ifrd and Hold metillio
Vtotn, staled wlfli blue rlttbun. Tnlta
Inv ther. lit fit r dmnatron ttibititu
'fiOMi oitd imitation. At DriifEgi t a. or artui 4t.
In tatnpu for nrtlcuUr. ttrttt.muniah NL'1
"Relief Top l.nll, in teftvr. h t-rtar
sail i "iiruoiiiMi. .turn? Faufr
ilohf hf.anl.aala'A..Uallnaa M......
Sold bj ul Local Urugitlaif. 1'fellt.da., V
i car tSi
Send B cents for samDla paekaoa.
Faultlesa Chamloal Company. iaH"
.P sS tLE
Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
some household goods for a Forest City
firm and in crossing tho Delaware and
Hudson crossing, near Martin's hotel, the
7.30 south-bound passenger train came
thundering along at a very rapid rate and
struck the vehicle, killing both horses
and throwing O'Xell on the roudslde. He
luckily escaped with a few bruises. This
was the second mishap O'.Vell had on Ids
trip for town, Ihe tenm having previously
run away near reckviue, dumping the con
terns of the wiikoii into the street.
The Uachelors' club of the Susquehanna
Street llaotist church, will hold and cn-
Wtertninnieiit and social in the vestry of the
iiiufi-ii .ii.'iitiu.v T-veiiniK.
The funeral of .Miss llrldget Henry, who
died rfh Saturday last, took place yester
day afternoon ut :l o'clock and wus large.
ly attended. .Uler a brief service in St.
Patrick's church the remains were com
veyed lo St. Patrick's cemetery for In
"Old Farm Rell" and "Mont Chrlstl"
will be seen at the Father .Matbew Opera
nouse .voniiay aim i uesuay. X'rlves, 13,
2o and 35 cents.
Mrs.TJ.vlra Jones, spent yesterday with
friends at Wiikes-ltarre.
Mrs. J. fi. Price, of Storrs street,
spent Monday with her sister on Fynon
Mr. Thomas Evans, of Hyde Park,
spent yesterday with his daughter on
The Calvary Baptist church ia to hold
a social on Saturday next, Washing
ton's birthday. Oysters and every
thing appropriate to the season will be
on hand. There will also be a contest
for a quilt decided on that evening.
William Gordon is Improving.
The Feltsvllle night school will close
on Friday evening.
Miss Maine Collier is confined to her
home by sickness.
Has No Equal
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Ill LACKAWANNA AVENUE
Corner Franklin Avenue.
ROOF TIMING ABO SOLDERtIG
AH done away with by the us of HABTV
Ji,J2JIANT..Pl.AfNT' which totl
of Ingredients well-known to all. It con be
iwuau a un, gaivanixou tin, sheet Iron
roofs, also to brick dwellngi, which will
prevent absolutely any crumblin. crack
Ibc or breaking of the brick. It will out
last tlnnlnr; of any kind by many years,
and it's cost does not exceed one-fifth that
of the cost of tinning. Is sold by tha Jots
or pound. Contractu taken by
ANTONIO HARTUAKX. fin Birch M.
THI QRIAT aotb
Vi IH ' T
prodaees the abovo reralta In 30 days. It arts
powerfully and quickly. Cures wbau all others ltd
laaaamaawilliegaiu their lost manhood, sad old
aiaa will recover tbclr youtbfnt visor by mine
BETITO. It eaicslr vid surely reatorua NarvouB
atta, Lest Vitality, Imvoteucr. Klgntly Krainlont,
Lost Power, falling Mrmcry. Wa.ln Olaeaiei, nd
all adeets ot aelf-abuae or aicem and Inditcretloo
ahleb nnlts one for atudy, bnlni or narrlasa. If
sot only cures by sttrtlnr at the Mat ot diaBaae, but
liasraal aerawtooie and blond builder, brtsf
iDf back the pink glow to pale cheeks and re
juiing tha Are of youth. V ward off Jnnnlty
cd ComumDtlon. InslBt oa bavin; RKVIVO, ne
ntbar. It can be earriad in vest docket. By mtl),
51.00 par package, or lis for sa.Oo, with a poal
'ive written amrantes to ear ov tofond
ihe money. Circular tree. Addnes
OVAL MEDICINE CO.. S3 River St., CHICaCO, ILL
fcy Kntthews Bros- Situlil
laraatoa . fa. w
I'OBllK.. 11 t-l'I...
ir.iiuiii.'il 4tii. r.im
auil sir att.'nOiug inline iito,
boih of youtec and mkiilis.
at-eil inen and wemou. Jlie
Avvflll t'.tt.tat.t 'l H'TliriT
nraa, Neritoiill UrbUlty.Klgbtlr KmtoloiiM'oDimmMiji,.
iiwuntty, f .iliMKtiiii; drinaiid limtot j.,wcr or llio Ota'
eracire orjmiiauiiilltlnft ono lor "ti.ily, f,ulneKr J mo
J atremqu.oklje-.-rc.iln-llr. Itnlrl-uea(imnli.h erie
bralua. Ihcy not only euro by start InR at ttae water j!"
lll(ii. huff nro n irivnt, l Ilk 'I'dl: 1st a m
IIL IT.)-I . hrTni-liio- l.Al k H,n i..L" .7 J" ""."
i-ai-eka and lYstorit,- tbe K1I1K III' VIM Til Uitti
Mtli-ot. Ilyraall.ltl.dDperbinorS for li.l'S
Ivii euaaiitcfi to euro nr refund th,, moner. tkle
l-.in!l.irT. ;!. (leirVM.
War sal by JOHN H. PITELPS. Druaa
list. Wyoming nve. snfl Snniei. ctrt
- f r a.ar ism.
Tribiirx; Almanac 1896
Its PA0E3 as CENTS, POSTPAID
DRAPERIES, LACE, CHENILLE AND TAPESTRY. CURTAINS
A complete assortment iu all the latest effects. Shadings
in all widths, suitable for stores or residences.
In every grade Wiltons, Axminsters, English and
Domestic Brussels, Velvets and Tapestries at moder
ate prices; also Inlaid and Printed Linoleums, Corti
cenes aud Oilcloth, two and four yards wide.
AfQ Lackawanna Ave.
Opp. Main Entrance Wyoming Housi.
BRANCH STORE, SIXTH AVENUE. CARBON DALE.
THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK
OF SCRANTON GIVES SPECIAL
ATTENTION TO BUSINESS AND
PERSONAL ACCOUNTS AND
PAYS 3 PER CENT. INTEREST
ON TIME DEPOSITS.
502 Commonwealth Buildim
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Qeneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
prrm nog co, iv csi,i,wejim
Batorr II.N BUOK IN TUB WOBUh
"A Umr eacrf U a OWiav aamwd." ,
TMsXadlM' Mill rraach IHstala KM Has.
oauverM nee anjnvaer in ue u.s.
rsearntotOsafa, Hose Order,
r I'nl Nata far 01.10.
Kanala evarr war
old la all retail .teres (or
We make thla bee
ouraelvea, tberefore we rear
cntr the ft, ttyU mui mar,
sud If unj one Is aot eutanea
we win rerana uia moaw
or aend another pair. Opera
oe or ;oanoa neaaa,
width. C, It. K, ft KB.
value 1 to I and aa
ui m sm.
Eama Shoe fa&Mb
Bptdal I crew (. 1ultn.
m ) iii i i af i .1 i i i an
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A year ago we put it ia your way to buy Parlor and Bedroom
Suits at lower juices than were ever before made oo such goods, so
far as we know. Hotel and Boarding Housekeepers were quick to see
the saving, so were housekeepers generally. But we mean to make
February, iKqO, even more memorable to Furniture Buyers. Unusual
conditions are helping us to do it
The Xew York Exposition display of "our own make" of Parlor
Suits fifty in all one of a kind. But tbe kind is right, frames of
Cherry, others arc stuffed, mostly upholstered in Brocatelle and
Damask. Judge the absurdly little prices. How rarely good tbe
values are by these:
G pierrs and !i iiivi-cs. suit fit f2."0;
$:;s suit at ;" suit ut t: 7 iiii ul SI.".;
JV.) suit ut .V,: iU suit ut $tiu; $!i" suit ut $7." ;
Sill' suit al JM); Si:.", unit ut ?'.'-; ' unit
Odd Kasy tliair and the Like
parts or disrupted suits, but linndy for
many u corner, are most a half.
More than 40 samplf-s. throe steps on the
prii-e stairs. Hut notliinu short of seeing
the suits can tell how rarely good the val
At $15.90 Each
Solid oak (iftticiue h"ilroom suits,
pieces; bureau, 7U in. high, IS in. wide, 18
NOTE THIS: Long credit puts comfort and
refinement into your house. Does it right
away NOW when you need it. Credit fur
nishes many a home that would otherwise slip
away leak out and bring nothing back. You
know CREDIT selling is our " hobby."
j : Cash or Credit
225 AND 227 AND
CALL UP 8681
uohei on i mmam
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
Ml TO 151 MERIDIAN STRBSff
M. W. COLLINS, M'tfri.
In. deep; bevel mirror, IOxIS In.: bedstead
luu.lboard, 74 in. hlRh; footboard, 31 In. '
hlmh; wushstuntl, 54 In. hlKh. ii in. wide,
17 in. deep: two cane i-halrs; 1 caha rocker;
1 table, 10 in. top square; 1 towel rack.
At $19.90 Tacit
Solid antique oak suit, 3 pieces; btirpau,
7.1 In. hlf?h, 4J in. wide. Ml in. deep; beveled
mirror. 22x2S in.; hedstwid, 73 in. high,
footboard. 31 In. high; washstand, 64 In.
high, 33 in. wide, 18 in. deep.
At $11.90 Each
Solid antique oak suit, square size; bt.
ruu nnd washstiind an above, 24x30 in.
bevel mirror; bedstead, 7J in. high; foot
board, 35 in. high.
Cash or Credit
218 WYOMING AYE.