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THE -SCEAXTOX TBIBTTNE---WEDNESDAY 'MORNING, -MARCH 18, 1896.
Boy Covered with llrulscs Complaitia to
the Mavor-l'athar Arrested.
Henrv Webber, the lt-year-old son of
Henry Webber, a butcher who lives on
South Welles street, complained to Hu
mane Agent Walters and later to Mayor
Nichols yesterday morning charging
his father with brutal treatment. The
boy took off his coat and scanty shirt
and showed a bock covered with marks
and bruises the result of a terrible
beating he received on Sunday after
noon. The marks of a heavy strap were
plainly visible on the victim's back anil
the skin wits bruised ami discolored.
Twelve sepnrat" marks of the strap
were counted on the boy's buck and
there were more on his legs. The vic
tim cried and sobbed as he told of the
abuse he has lwn subjected to and said
that after his father hud whipped him'
so unmercifully lie locked him mi so
tht latter could not get out of the house
to Inform the humane ngent.
The boy said his mother died three
years ago and he litis sold nnpers for a
living. Ho said he was beaten because
lie run away and went to his grand
mother. Mayor Nichols. Humane
Agent Walters and those who saw the
wounds Inflicted on the boy were In
dignant at the outrage and Mr. Walters
at once swore out a warrant for the
arrest of the Inhuman father and he
will be held for court.
rook Fight at Biitjtbach's. .
Tn a cock light at Butatbach's yester
day morning between birds owned by
I)lck Cox, of Alden. and. Dugan, of
Plymouth, the latter won. The stake
About fifty sports witnessed the fight
from Alden, Nantlcoke and Wilkes
Barre, and very little money changed
hands. , .
Burned by l.lectrlcltT.
Gilbert Pettinger, of Kingston, an
employe of the Traction company, was
badly burned about the eyes this morn
ing while engaged at his duties ot the
West Side power house. The burn was
caused by a flash of electricity. The
injury is not serious and he will lie able
to resume his duties in a week or two.
Death of S. P. Cooper.
ft. P. Cooper, a well-to-do farmer,
residing at H unlocks, died suddenly
yesterday while eating dinner at n
hotel. While In conversation with n
friend who sat near hint' he began to
choke and fell to the floor dead. De
ceased was 05 years of age, and the
physicians say his death was caused
The revenue received at the treasur
er's office of Lucerne county for licenses
granted this year were figured up yes;
terday morning and found to be $208,
nuu from retail licenses, was $:!0..1O0 from
wholesale and bottlers, making a total
uf $8,1100. This Is an Increase of $::l.
rsr from the liquor traffic over lust
Mrs. Mary Petty has ordered an ex
ecution Issued ugainst O. U. Muc
Knluht on a bond tiled In connection
with a mortgage for $:f00. The mort
gage was tiled .Inn. L'2, lSs..
Chestnut coal Is needed at the City
Mission rooms, H:i South Main street.
The Parsons Welsh Congregational
Sunday nchoul will hold a leu party on
There are but fifteen tickets to bo
given out in this city for the consecra
tion of lit. Kev. Bishop Hoban, and
those desiring them should apply to
Kev. Father MoAmlrews.
A silk mill Is amfng the future pos
sibilities of Khickshinny. Capitalists
luive Hi; reed to put In fO.OOU worth of
machinery providing the ground and a
Sl.Oiifl building Is put up by the citixens.
Miss Katie, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs.
John Meade, died yesterduy morning
nt her home. 14 Baltimore Lane, from
typhoid fever. She was 17 years and
11 months old. The funeral win be held
this afternoon nt 2 o'clock, with ser
vices at Holy Savior church, inter
ment in Hanover cemetery.
Tt Is reported on good authority that
the Leek tract of coul land, situated In
Wayne county, just across the Lacka
wanna river from Forest City, has been
purchased by a Carbondale man and
tiiut a breaker will be built and the
mining of coal commenced soon.
W. J. Maxey was a Scranton visitor
. On account of the St. Patrick's day
, celebration in Scranton yesterday, a
large number of people .from this place
spent the day in that city.
Monday morning, about 7 o'clock, fire
broke out In the building on Main street
owned by H. W. Brown and occupied
as a milk depot and confectionery store
by Frank Shaw. An alarm was given
and both Are companies turned out.
. After about an hour' hard fighting, the
flame were extinguished. The build-
What Shall I Do?
Is tb earnest, almost agonizing cry of
weak, tired, nertou, women, and crowded,
ererworked, truggllag taeo. Slight dlf
floaltlee, ordinary carta, household work
f dally labor, magnify thsmaelvaa lato
seemingly ImpaaMbl mountain.
TkU hi (imply becuie the nerve ar
weak, the bodily organ debilitated, tad
they do not
proper aoarUhntent. feed the ner,
organ and tine oa rich red blood, d
how toon the glow of health com to the
pale cheek, amine to the unsteady
hand, and streagth to the faltering- limb.
purine, vitalize and enrlche to blood
and 1 thu the best friend to unfortunate
humanity. Bo eare to get Hood' and
only Hood'. AUdruggiaU. fl; aix for $5.
Hsw4'a Dills I" after-dinner pill and
nUUU B flllS fanulf calLitrttc 'Oc
Just one week more of
this tireut Sacrifice Sale,
to close all Remnants
out ut muclt Ions than
cost, lengths from ft
yards to 15 yards in each
'piece. Bring your ineus
ure and net one ot these
great bargains as thin
Kale will positively last
only U days more.
J. Scott Inglis
CARPETS AKD WALL PAPER,
I ti it was completely destroyed, together
with Shaw's stock of goods. Hoth the
building, and goods were insured.
Peter Welch, a well-known character
of this bnroucli, was arrested Saturday
on the chaige of larceny and given a
hearing before 'Squire Brnman, He
was taken to the county Jull by Officer
Led yard Monday, to await trial. He
was charged with having stolen two
hams from his aunt. The hams he sold
to n butcher and proceeded to get
"jnaaefl on tne proceeds.
Hattie Coles and Albert Waters, two
cstimublo young people of this place,
will bo married today.
It is reported that the Hillside Coal
and Iron company has laid off about
forty of Its employes in and about its
mines at this place.
Lot of fiiow and snowdrifts. The
thermometer has reQlstered as low us
s uearrees below zero during the pust
week. At Itnme, a few miles north of
this place the people experienced the
coldest morning they have had this
winter on Frluav last. Many of our
country crossroads are still impassable.
The plans having been approved for
a n-w county court house ut Towumiu
by Judge Peck, the county commission
ers) ure now adveriiing for bids for
erecting the sume.
On account of the death of a relative
In I'.nglund, Horace Sands, of W'yalu-
fciiiK. bus been lnforml t hut he Is one of
the one hundred heirs who will receive
Talking nbnut the number of pieces
in a liedquilt, we wish to report the one
containing over 16,000 blocks and owned
by Mrs. W. D. Abbott, of this place.
She has bevn awarded lirst premium at
our county fulr for the same.
Frank O. Brink, of Spring Hill, was In
Rev. B. V. Hammond, of Warren, has
received a call from the Presbyterian
church of Olynhant. He will be found
not only u Very excellent minister but a
gentleman well versed towards the
growth of Christian citizenship. He
bus also been found to be u very gooil
worker In the Young People's society
of Christian Kndeuvor.
Mr. and .Mrs. I. S. Beebe were visit
ing friends In Middletown lust Wednes
day and Thursday.
Mr. and H. r tiregory and little son,
of l.aceyvllle, were guests of Mrs. Greg
ory's parents over Sunday.
A fdelghload of our townspeople spent
the day with their friends ut Kush
A tirlvute system of water works is
heintf strongly agitated by a few of our
Mrs. Bentley Ackley, of New York
city, has been a guest. at the Methodist
paivonatfe for ten days past.
Mr. and Mrs. It. ('. Atwood. of Depew,
N. Y.. tire visiting the former's parents
In Ilerrick. mid report is current that he
will remain In the old homestead the
coming season and take charge or the
a. W. Brink, esq.. Is still confined to
the house with his siege of several
The machinery and necessary fixtures
are now being set in the new creamery
building which will soon commence
Mrs. V. A. Hammerly returned home
last Friday from a several days' visit
with Omell relatives.
Mr. und Mrs. C. 11. Taylor and sinter,
Miss Hattie Tavlor, ure visiting rela
tives in Bunnertield, Towanda. and else
where, after which they will go to Mis
souri, where Mr. Taylor will engage In
The closing concert of Professor F. O.
Spencer's musical institute was well at
tended at the Methodist Kplscopul
church last Friday evening. The pro.
lessor is a lirst-ciass instructor In all
respects and It Is hoped he may have
the Mlvilt ge of leading a class here In
the near future. Following was the
programme: orchestra, by class: recita
tion. Miss flrace (lorham: chorus, by
plus orchestra: Bong, by young ladies:
duett. Professor Spencer and Mrs. H. O.
Codding: chorus, by class; quartette.
Professor Silencer. U. H. Billings, Mrs.
H. Ackerlv und Miss Jennie Wurnock;
chorus, by cluss; trio, Messrs, J. P.
Carl. l.eroy Coleman and F. CJ. Spencer;
song, by twelve voices; recitation. Miss
Nellie "Moore; orchestra chorus, by
class: solo, Mrs. T. It. Warnoek; cho
rus, by class; duett, Professor Spencer,
Miss Mattie Johnson: chorus, by class;
duett, Profesor Sjencer, Mrs. B. O.
Codding; orchestra: solo. Mrs. B. Ack
erley; plantation melody, by twelve
gentlemen with solos; chorus: solo. Pro
fessor Spencer; chorus, by twelve
voices. , ,
William Ellsworth accompanied Pro
fessor Spencer to Wyaluslng Saturday,
where we hope to hear of his organiz
ing a class.
Chicken pox has been treated among
some of the little ones of late.
The state veterlnurlan of Harrlsburg
has aopointed N. H. Allis, veterinary
surgeon of Wyaluslng. as deputy, lor
the purpose of examining cattle in
these parts on the case of pletiro-pneu-munla.
He has been ordered to examine
the herd on Soring Hill, belonging to
dairy and food commissioner Levi W ells
but "have not us yet learned his report.
A H. Pnyson Is still III with his at
tack of the grip and unable to be out.
Word reached relatives here Saturday
announcing the death of O. J Warner,
an aged produce merchant. The cause
of his death was pneumonia. About
two months ago he brought his wife
here for burial. The probabilities are
that his remains will be brought here
for interment. He was a former resi
dent of Pike township and a brother or
our townsman, Marcus K. Warner.
The funeral or Chester, the 12-year-old
son of Air. and Mrs. George Kley,
hone death occurred on Friday lust
from appendicitis, took place Sunday
afternoon. The procession left the
house ot S."0 o'clock and marched to
the Primitive Methodist church, where
services were held, and then proceeded
to the Prlceburg cemetery and con
signed the remains to their last rest
ing place. The funeral was one of the
largest ever witnessed here, and In at
tendance were the pupils and teachers
of the Prlceburg public school and the
members of the Junior Wesley league.
The pall-bearers were Archie Jones,
Arthur Hall, Isaac Cooper and Fred
Zimmerman, and the llower bearers.
James O'Connor. Walter &mith. Eddie
Wielund and Freddie Bailey. Among
the numerous floral offerings was one
given by his classmates. It. was a
rescent-shnned wreath with n star
dangling and the words "Our School
mate" inscribed upon It.
Olara McCawley, of Main street, is 111
1)1 vision No. 14, Ancient Order of Hi
bernians, Board of America, will hold
n grand ball at Kadden's hall this even
ing. Keese Davis, one of our most enter
prising citizens, has bought the Ftock
of William .1. Williams nnd will In the
future conduct a general store on the
corner of Hallstead avenue and Main
The members of the Prlceburg Dra
matic society will leave today for For
est City, where they will produce "The
Mountain Waif" this evening.
The members of St. Thomas' choir
are making preparations to hold and
entertainment and social on Knster
Monday evening. This promises to be
one of the leading social events of the
Peter MrfSeterlc was a visitor in Oly
Master John Logan, of North Main
street, is seriously 111 of pneumonia.
Miss Carrie Harding., of . Scranton.
visited her aunt. Miss F.mma Harding,
George Williams, of Olean. N. Y., Is
visiting hi brother. O. H. Williams..
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Johnson gave a
party last Thursday evening In honor
of their daughter, Ituth'ft, birthday.
Among those present were: The Misses
Florence Webb, Ethel Stark, Bessie
Steven,.' Lena Bonno. Vera Taylor,
' Strength; v '
makes new blood, builJs new
flesh tissue, docs Bovinine, that
most powerful condensation into
the smallest possible bulk of the
vital elements of lean, raw beef.
Prepared by a special cold pro
cess that precludes the waste of
any of the desired elements of
a complete health-maintaining
food. Charles M. Murphy, the
well-known champion bicyclist
writes concerning . ;
You have undoubtedly seen by
the papers that 1 have been
winning a yrcat deal ; it may be
Bovinine, however. I have used
it continually and find it a great
stimulant, with none of the bad
after effects that attend the use
of alcohol." Bovinine is used
wherever it is necessary to main
tain strength and life, with the
happiest results in every instance.
Mattie Miller. Mary Bond. Vlrgle Tay
lor, Jessie Stevens, Florence llktns,
May Hinkley. Minnie Burke. Nellie
Mack. Vlda Perdlck. Leona Hillings,
Nina Pedrlck. Cora Kllng. Messrs. Buy
Sr.yder, John I'lver, George Pratt, Jay
Bond. Taylor Hinkley.' !'. Wllkins,
,lese Bond, Willie Crock, Claud Moore,
Hubert Bond, Floyd Webb, Fred Crock
Cecil Shields, lttxford Titus.
Mrs. Sarah Wllllums and ana, Harry,
are visiting Mrs. (). H. Wllllums.
The MUs.s Susan and Maggie Mu-
Aloon ure visiting Scranton friends.
Will Hndcrshot, of Plymouth, spent
Sunday with Fletcher I.eas.
Mrs. Iiavld lctt-r..of Kansas City, 1
visiting relatives here.
Misses Muiul and Madge Nash have
returned to their home in Nantlcoke
after spending a few days with their
cousin. Miss Fannie Gease.
Joseph Catterall, of Berwick, visited
his father on .Sunday.
The members of No. 1 fire company
have ordered their new suits. They
ure said to be of excellent quality and
excel all other tire companies.
A. C. Antrim, of Danville, has accept
ed ti position as usslstant agent at the
Delaware. Luckawnnna and Western
A. Animerman, who has been for some
time assistant agent at the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western depot, has
accepted a position as freight agent at
S. K. Antrim, of New York city, Is
the guest of H. H. Antrim.
The semi-annual meeting of the
Woman' Foreign Missionary society
of Wyoming district, wilt be held in the
Methodist Episcopal church, Wyoming,
Wednesday. March 25. A very Interest
ing programme has been arranged.
In answer to a call from the River
side Baptist church, at Duryea, Pa
delegates from nine churches of the
'Wyoming association met with them
March 16. Upon the evidence produced
of his unexpected and unexplained ab
sence fiom his pulpit, the council unani
mously adopted the following revolu
tions: In view of the absence of Itev, J. M.
Morris for weeks during February,
imitf, bom the pulpit of the Duryea Bap
tist church, of which he is pastor, and
the unsatisfactory explanation of the
same, we, a council regularly called by
the Riverside Baptist church, at Dur
yea, believe he outtht to quit tho minis
try until he shall have re-established
himself In the confidenceof the churches
and the ministry of the Buptlst dencitnl.
natiim; and we further reccomniend
the Riverside Baptist church that they
withdraw the right hand of fellowship
from him. B. F. . MeOee,
II. M. Pease, clerk.
Maitlund Hays, who is attending th
Bloornsburg State Normal school, Is vis
iting his parents in this pluce.
Hon. S. B. Chase Is In town. '
The Young People's Sjclety of Chris
tian Endeavor of the Ptesbyterian
church will hold a social at the home
of Mr. George Hatfield, on Pine street,
The funeral of the late A. L. Grif
fin, of New York city, a former rejl
dent of Great fiend, was held from the
Presbyterian church Tuesday morning
and was largely attended.
Arthur Lucus, state-secretary of New
Jersey, will address the gnu pel meeting;
in the Kullroad Young Mxu's Christian
association hall next Sunday aftLriioui
On the evening u union platform pieet
ing under the uuspices of the adula
tion will be conducted in the baptist
The Methodist Episcopal church was
dedicated yesterday with appropriate
Services day and evening.
Tho Kpiscnpal missionary bishop or
Wyoming and Idaho will in. ac li In
Grace church this evtnlng.
As the time for the appointment of a
postmaster for our office draws near,
the contiriit waxns hotter and hotter.
Mis. Grace Wilbur, nf V-t- V.-.T.U
came to Honef dale Monday.- Who leaves
today for Scranton and will return here
next week for a visit with her friends
The roads outside of Honesdale are
drifting ciulte badlv. Thx annu- i
deep and liKht and Is ensllv t.lnn-n
about by the wind.
The services In the Methodist and
Presbyterian churches continues with
B. F. Tlnkhom. of Scranton, wos In
Miss Jessie Kemmerer 'of FWt
vllle. returns home today from a visit
nere. , . ;, ,
The sales agents of one of the larger
anthracite coal rninlnir and inrrvinv
companies reports ihat the condition or
the Industry is fairly satisfactory. Very
little coal Is moving at less than circu
lar prices. and the continued cold weath
er has considerably lightened the stock
or dealers. Tlie relations between the
various companies continue to be har
monious, and production is UDOn a con
servative basis. No Instructions as to
a meeting to consider price have been
received by the sale agents from the
advisory committee of president.
I! 11 1! . :
Alabama coal operators. It I reported,
have effected a deal with the Southern
railway to recover the coal market
nmong the Mississippi ur Planta
tions south of Greenville, heretofore oc
cupied by the Pennsylvania operator.
Thl trade take about I.SOO.OOO ton
annually, most of which ha ' been
shipjied from Pittsburg by river. The
deal includes freight rates from Bir
mingham to Greenville low enough to
enable Alabama to meet the Pennsyl
vania all-water route prices, and a fleet
nt barges to transport the coal from
Greenville south, and ample facilities at
Greenville, which the Southern railway
II I! ' !!' "
It I said that order for steel rail
have been greatly la excess of those In
corresponding- year. Purchases of new
car and other rolling stock have also
been made on aonore liberal scale. This
is construed to uotnt to n better railroad
demand than was experienced during
1S95. It will be remembered that tne
sharp and rapid advance in price
drove out of the market many would-be
purchaser. Necessltle have been
growing since that time and are be
ginning to find expression in orders.
There I a Very general feeling In rail
road and other consumptive quarters
thut pHues are very near bottom. When
this becomes a conviction, considerable
business Is likely to result. It Is based
upon litiottledxe that pig Iron price,
us well as these of coke, are to bo firmly
held ut a level considerably higher than
those current during lsitj.
A Pennsylvania ofllciul posted noltccs
tn the effect thnt agents or the I'ulon
ews fomuanv who work Pennsylvania
railroad lialns must hereafter adhere
to the ruirs governing tnem. i ncy musi
sell nothlhg but paoers und books, ex
cept cigar In the smoking cars. They
cannot anil anv.mare fruit, nuts, candy
or sandwiches on trains. vThey are also
cautioned agulnst loud talk or impolite
conduct toward passengers.
Daniel B. McCoy, division superin
tendent Of the New York Central rail
road, I In California on a tour of In
spection over the Central Pacific and
Union Pacific roads. Mr. McCoy has
been seht west by the Vanderbllts to
Inspect, in order that they mlgnt act
Intelligently were a public rale of ihe
i-jud declared by the government, if
the Vanderbllts owned the Central and
Pacific Mads, thy would then huve a
line across the continent.
tt stated upon good authority that
and OH o Railway company can be ar
the- reorganisation of the Baltimore
fecHcd without any assessment upon
the common stock, and that a plan with
thl result In view Is under considera
tion and will be submit ted within a
few dys to one or both of the com
mittee having the matter in charge.
The ilan is an elaborate one, Its main
feature being a reduction In the operat
ing espenses and the ultimate floating
of hew securities to provide for the
floating debt and to take up such re
reltfcrs' certificate as must be issued
be Tor any reorganization can be ef
fected. Passenger officials of all the impor
tant lines between Chlcugo and the
Ohio Hver have entered Into an agree
ment which stipuates that each road
hall Immediately abolish what was
known as mileage tickets. These ex-t-Hahge
ticket have been fruit for the
scalpers for years. They are straight
tickets, which are exchanged for an
Sdual amount of mileage from books
old at the fate of 2 cets pner mile.
These tickets have caused a great deal
more demoralization in passenger fares
Una more rate wars than any other one
thing. The railroad companies which
sighed this agreement are the Pennsyl
vania lines, Fort Wayne and Panhandle
route, Cleveland.Clnclnnatl.Chicago and
8t. Louis. Big Four, Louisville, New
Albany and Chicago, Monon route,
Chicago and Kastern Illinois and Ev
anavllle and Terre Haute. Notices will
shortly be Issued 'to the scalpers and
to the public stating that straight tick
ets will not be exchanged for mileage
books and giving rule for the pur
chase and use of the latter. It is be
lieved this I but the beginning nf the
end, and that eventually the sale nf
mileage hooks will be abolished.
If the Baby la Cuttiog Teeth.
Mr. Wlnalow'u Soothing Svrup ha
been ued for over Fifty Years by Mil
lion of Mothers for their Children
while Teething, with Perfect Succea.
It Soothe the Child, Soften the Gums.
Allay all Pain; Cure Wind Collo and
I the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggist In every part of the world.
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnalow'a
(Soothing Syrup." and take no other
rind. Twenty-five cent a bottle. M
"."hen Baby was sick, we gare her Cafttorls,
'Alien die was a Child, uhe cried for Castorla.
iVhen she became Mia, she clung to Cantoris,
When uhe hiul Cbitdrea, ihe gavctheia Cutorla,
CAN BE CURED.
Mirny peoplo ay no; that Is b:caiii
tlivy tisva lieiril of no nnny failures
wlrar the ti u or the kntre have U.ieu
relied upon. Science u. developed a
new and better way -a yin ut treat
ment tbat tuwititelr emu and dm!
away with the ti-us entirely after
war.ls. I)r . I. o .Jall,-. Ruptur.
(iieclallnt. S)8outli Wanhiugt n street.
Will! -Barre. ariuilui-t-rs t tils new
treatment. Tliere is no detention from
bmlut'fc) and per m from out of t wn
cn receive traitnient and return
tome the name day. An abtolut cure
U i nir.nt -ed. Tliere In no charga f..r
esamiiiat.oc, A vWlt om-o a we-k for
four to egtit Weeka will utnallv be
lurtV.tnt Tor tlie moat stubborn imt
N. V. -Tic rot wlaliing trnatui -nf
eti be fltteil with thu cWetirattfd
ULU.Y TKIH. guaranteed to
liol.J i,ny rupture that ciu be returned
thing e a mi omfurt.
Seek the Best
Have Nothing Else.
It Pays. ....
Write the Principal of the State
Normal School at ttloontshtirg.l'a.,
for information about that excel
lent anJ popular school.
$5C0 in Scholarship P. to Jmi Olf.rd
Moosic Powder Co,
Booms 1 tad 2 CoDmoiealtk Bid' J,
MINING and BLASTING
MiDl AT MOOSIC AND RUM
Laffltn Raaa Pewder CV
Orango Gun Powdcf
auctfto Battertee, rweee for expleeV
iag alaata. aafetjr rata and
tipssoCDealei! Co.'s Ellh ExplcslTa
124-126 WjKSlni Aw.
Call special attention to the extra
traordinary inducements offered
this week. Be sure and investigate
our keinnant Embroidery Sale.
8.000 yards of embroideries in Swiss,
nainsook and ramhrlc. in lengths from
lVi yards to 6 yards. Prices ramie from
Sc. to 17c. This is about one-fourth ot
Ita real value.
Ono lot of HwIks embroidered flounc
ing, 25 Inches wide, worth Xk,
Leader's Price, 12'c.
t0 ladles' figured brilllantlne skirt.
lined throughout and faced with vl
Leader's Price. $1 39
21 plain lirilliniitlne !-khts. lined nlth
perculine, (Uced with velveteen,
leud.r's Price. !."
One lot of koo.1 iiiulity utorm seruu In
blark und nuy.
Lender's Price. $ I. AS
Tallies' blai'k sateen underskirts, one,
two und three rutlles,
Leader's Price. 411. $0 und !)c
One Kperlal lot of Imlles' omtnx suit?.
reefer .tuckets Willi lare sailor
' .-ollar uml trimmed with fancy or
w like liriiUI,
Leader's Price. S7.8!
One lot of lai'les' muslin corstt cov
ers, plain ui.it lilKh nei k.
Leader's Price. 7c
One lot of ln.dls' eambiio eorsft cov
ers, hlKh neck, trimmed with em
broidery, Leader's Price, l'2c
One lot of ! idles' muslin drawers, with
cluster of tucks.
Leader's Price, 10c
Ono lot of ladles' muslin skirts,
trimmed with lace or embroidery.
Leader's Price, 49c
One lot of men's 4-ply cuffs, perfect
in tlnlMh and make,
leader's Price, He
Men's heavy seamless cotton half hose,
Leader's Price, :1 pairs for '25c
J" dozen line 4-button kid gloves In
tans, browns, also white Willi bluck
Leader's Price, l!9c
Several lines of Indies' new leather
belts In all widths und colors, Includ
Iiik white and the new ureen.
Lenders' Price from 19 to 49c.
25 pieces of all-wool H-lm-h sense in
all colors and black, worth rtc.
Leader's Price. .15c
23 pieces of all-wool materia cloth In
all the spring combination colorings,
Leader's Price. 27c
The balance of our all-wool and fancy
spring dress goods thut huve been
Leader's Price, 12.1c
23 pleees of the newest effects ill
check dress goods, real value H.V.,
Leader's Price, 22 jc
C pieces, all there Is left of our 4St. all
wool black sergv,
Leader's Price, 27c
Special sale of 2.SU0 yards of pure wash
silks for waists und dresses, cheap
Leader's Price, 19c
23 pieces of printed China silks, reul
value S.V., '
Leader's Price, 47c
23 pleees of striped outing flannel
Leader's Price, 4c
23 piece bf good quality dress ging
Leader's Price, 4c a yard
10 pieces or bleached pillow casing,
42 inches wide, never sold for less
Leader's Price, 5c
LE B E C K & CO R I N
K aaafastartn of ta Celebrated
ioo,ooo Barrels per Annum !
lit.. . "
ua,D7.M' of Me.
TNB OffrnAT soth Iy.
prt)dC0MthalHirresnlislu3Oilay. It scb
KveeraU an uii.l. c'uns ba aU otbeni (til
aaMmUrsiti tbeir lout manhood, sad cl(.
will recer tbelr jronHitm itor by asioc
MT1VO. It ciloair fid iuioIit rHtou' Kroiu
eas, ta Yltslit, iMjpoioa-.-y. Kiabtir KmlMioatt,
Loaffef,fllliMj Mi-monr. W-lu Cltruei. tnu
II keta aeltbua ar afews aod tniUscrrtkni
klea matt ose for a ufl. fciisiore or satirises. It
aotaahr eon Martina si tb ot dlsesn. kut
Isaarsi wrsatoala uJ blood baUder, brtne
ttg Ms las ptatk (low toals etienki and rt
jtrla ins flra of youth. V vardii oft raunlt;
n Ocaeuaipttoa. Insint oa aartoj RKVI VO, Be
Mker. It eaa a carried ta vest i kel. Iiy and I
1Q0 par ysekats, at aU ta IM, wttk poal
ttsa wrlttaa garsjitoo t a Mfuic
4hasa-aay. Clrcalai trss. AUnm
49YH MEDICINE CO.. B J lltvef tt. CMIfiMt. IU
9m a y tka-BrM Hinii
t Mil's V
i -f I
DAILY BABBAItMHO. 17,
AT GUERNSEY BROTHERS' " V
GREAT RETIRAL SALE
224 WYOMING AVE.
.WDR NFUf FBDQIVI. DJin UOTfV
uui liiu lull iiiii.uiui; ii.iu IUILI
reed, swellx inn idnm olo m,.l n,m
guarantee for it excellence. Our
beeu f lLUDo. Baraaiit Casli Price
THE CLOSING RUSH
Of business now presses Lard on us. and although our usual working force
U more i liati doubled we eau hanlly keep pace .with the trade. Customer
will pardon ui ror delays, but we will iu all eases do our best to give Dromut
service, and the great reductions in price should more tliau compensate for our
inability to keep time. v
Y. M. C A. BUILDING.
We Have Determined
To Reduce Our Stock
la order to tuuke room for improvements and additions to our store,
hicli are accessary to accommodate our increasing business, llanf
very desirable patterns in
TAPESTRIES AND BRUSSELS
Have beeu marked down to prices which will insure their speedy ante.
Of course, they cannot be duplicated at their present prices, but you
may find sufficient for your purpose, and if so, the price will please you.
C sTBrlng the size of your room with you.
j AO Lackawanna Ave.
"wO Opposite Ihe Main Entrance to Wyoming House.
STATEMENT FEBRUARY 20, 1896 s
Loans $1,456.77.1 40
(ivi idiufi!) 714 "l
V. S. Bonds ; 100.0UU w
Other Honda 301,5,"A 11)
HunkliiK Houye 2t!,7.'i4 t'.'i
Frrmitunfi on V. S. Bonds S.tW) 01
Due from r. 8. Treusnrer. ... 7.770 tut
line from bank l".7."in 71
Cash li'S.iJiS !.'.
WM. CONNHI.I , Prenlilent: IKO. It. CATI.IN, Vic lrcldnt; WM. H. PECK. Cnhltr.
UlkHCTOkS-W m. Connell. tlcnry belin, Jr., Jarne Archbaltl, Wm. T. Smith, Uturga It
Catlln, Luther Keller, Alfred Hand. .
Special attention given to business and Personal Accounts. Three per cant. Interest
on Time Deposits.
Eat, Drink and Be TJerry
One could (if it were necessary) eat and drink
at any old table, seated on a stool or even stand
ing. But few conlcl be merry under such condi
tions. Here is where we obviate that necessity,
and supply the merriment by furnishing a
Complete Dining Room Outfit
i Solid Oak Sideboard, worth $22.00
1 Solid Oak Ex. Table, 6 legs, worth 8.00
6 Solid Oak High Back Cane Seat Chairs worth 9.00
1 Solid Oak Leather Seat Rocker, worth 3.75
2 Pictures, Froit or Game Subjects, worth 5.C0
ALL FOR $35.90.
r3rThe above articles are well worth the
itemized price, and we shall be proud to point them
out to you.
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OUR TERMS ARE LIBERAL.
CASH DISCOUNTS GIVEN.
M MCM Ktiw. top with-
uHUniL VUJ.Uu uouuie ""'row, n.
ete. The tustruuient haaNouf ''wASt
r :.. . i i... . , . . .. .
former besit cash price lia (" C AA
OPEN TILL 9 P. M.
L BANK OF SCRANTON PA.
Due tn Bank
. 2M0.UUO Oil
. H1.4M 41
. 81,560 Oil
. 1.E16.744 1
. 24.31 IS
218, 225 and 227
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