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THE SOKANTOX'TTUBUXE MONDAY 5IORNINQ, MAUCH ii.V 1896.
" ffsflcr will pli-as note thnt artvertl
nMtii. nrilero for Job work, anil item for
publication Wt at the -wt.ihliHhmTit or
fel:mon - Co.. nnnckilpm. Xo-th Main
strret. will receive prompt attention; of
lite open from t a. m. to 10 p. m.)
ill ltfilii(! Ir 10 ariose b Thrc
' Special Meeting on Friday.
This convention, on behalf of the
R.-ix-up mission, was held on Thursday
mill Ktlilay. at the Welsh MftlHMllst
lunch nnil was i-rowiietl with sui e-ss.
Tin- ItlwtltlKS WW llHTeaswl lit lllllll-l-r
uml in liiiweat. The nicirnliiB
.rvlie on Kililuy. the H.-v. Michael,
fpini Windsor. N. Y.. the uinsinK evan-r.-IIM.
si.uk1 very curnestly n the
lili-se.lneBs uf all whose sjns are for
Blvfii. UmI. he said, woiilil have lis U
he islail. J'yius t'hrlstiuns.
.Many if them gave testimonies and
xtif.l.-.. 'that llicv were j.yful In the
Then the Itev. James. Scovlll. f
H.ranton. the fnund.r uf the mission.
rad I he second and third chapters .if
l-'irsl Ciirinthiuns and followed ti with
exidamit'ions and idainly showed that
the Holy Spirit is the only teacher. In
the afternoon the mect'mtc was in
i-liurui- of .Mrs. 1'atch. of Dimmore. She
lead what she termed the "love'1 chap
ter. I Corinthians. 1:1. showinu the won
derful love of Hod tli .mankind. May
e drink of this love, so that we can
he l eadv 'for the .Master's service. -The
Itev. .Mr. James, of Windsor, ttaye an
address dealing witti the aUlit.v of
Christ, hody and soul, and the IJev.
James Si'ovlll followed upon divine
'The evenltiK set vice was in chaise
of the Itev. .McArthiir. of JWnnmrc.
I'le took for his text Solomon's souk.
VI eiuiptcr. S ami ! verses. "Who Is the
J.ord Coining for." The address was
Very fervent and listened to with raid
attention. At the close of the service
several went forward seekiim the hap
tlsm of the Holy Si.irlt. .
The mil -of -town people were Ui-v.
V. MiAilhtir. Itev. James Scovlll. .Mis.
I'atch. .Mis. Tonkin. Miss Hyde and
lames Collins, of IMinnmre: Mr. and
Mis. Harry Miller, of Klkdaie; Rev.
Mr. James and tic sliiKins evangelist.
.Michael, Iictli of Windsor. X. V.. and
many liiiixls from Wnymart.
SI1K Mil l. IIONDS.
Ktockliiildtfra III Receive Intercot from
lcii. I. IMS'
The people who invested their moliej
111 the silk mill have lieell for some time
very anxious ahout their investment
ami at not receiving their lionds. The
followinc letter will place them at rest:
To the IMltor of The Til 1 .11 in-:
As there seems to lie Some apprehen
sion on the part of some of the suli-McriliH-s
to the silk mill fund, that the
delay III the dellvertiiK of the lionds Is
imrcasiiiialile. I wish In state for al!
concerned that the delay has Item un
nviddul'le. and has lieen occasioned h
i listacles In tin- way of the conveyance
of the land to the trustees, which It
was dlllli lilt to iiiiliclpate. In older to
relieve any piissilile anxiety on the part
of I he Mllisc l iliers, I a. II glad to lie aide
.to slate that I have as.-oiiance from the
Klots Thiowi'iu ci'iupan.N that Inter
est will he paid from lec. 1. Ivi-V every
six months, as will he provided for in
the lunula and niorluane, and no delay
in (settintt the title and papers In prop
er shane will prevent all eiuill.d u
interest from receiviim the same at
the interest pcilmlf. namely. June '
mid lcc. I. James K. lilirr.
Cailiondnlt. Mnrcli Jl. li.
Ol I ICI IO INSTAI.I.I l.
At tin.' Iikauain I ncjinpincnl No. Id
I. (i. o I . I iUmv Maid
The new oflicers of Lackawanna en
Mllnplllelll. No. hi. 1. i. . F.. were I n -Friday
IiIkIiI in the hall on South
Church street. The installation was
conducted hy lilstilct liepuly t'imid
full iiu-cti I'lilllp J. Vett. r. or Scrantoii.
and tlie ollicer.- who assisted were
Crand Junior Warden (i W. Hughe.
Claud Senior Wtud' ti 1. W. Skillhoin.
Ciaml lliah I'riest T. lavls. .iinnd
Scrllie l' Sturdeviint. titand Seniiiiel
T. K. Nolan, liuards !. W. l'arrott. K.
T. Rediley, I". S. Carpenter and I.. II.
Rekhof. All Wile dressed 111 the full
uniform of the order.
The followiliir otHeers were Installed:
Henry Myers. C. I.: I'. K. Masker. II.
P.: .1. W. Iteek. S. W.: Kdward Hall.
It. W.: .1. It. I'riec. sclhe; C. II. SintiiK.
.allele; W. R. Huiilu-s. I . S.; .1. H. Col
vin. I. S.: Henry .Masters, tlist watch;
.1. It. Ridhold. second watch; C. , A.
Imisc. third wntch: T. II. Kiise. il. ).
Kuso, annuls of tent.
i I'M.K.vi. or M ks wai.kek.
Iltiilejut St. lto-'s l Vincterv on Satur
The funeral of Mrs. Walker took
plai e Sututday i n. ! n I HiT at nine o'clock
from her late residence on South
Chun h street. The remains were con
veyed to St. Rose's i hlllell where a sol
emn hlfjli mass of e,iiien was i-ele-hratetk
Father J. I. tirillin was cele.
'I.iaiil. Father n'Rmirk". of Wilkes-
Scrofula Broke Out
Ou our boy when a baby. Wegavalilia
uiui h treatment without avail. Noticing
to tb pipem Huod Hraparllla wat ret
timuioded for urofulaaud blood diieam
w (fv it a trial. V oon m a cnauge
lor tb better. He baa taken tour bottle
and I now entirely well, hearty and free
Irom all seroluloue ayuiptomu. I hav
lie taken three bottle tor nervou head
ache and catarrh. It (ivt me great relief."
Mm. T. M. Smith. Kuther Ofen. Va.
MOOd 8 rillS ti.a. rncatcwo.
OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT
Hum been wonderfully im
proved by adding I.IHMI tqtiur
feet to our already spacious
store. And we have just re
ceived the linest assortment of
. Carpets the market can pro.
duce. The patterns are of the
' very latest.
Our Wall Paper Department
Has hecn increased to twice its
former size, so that you can
' seethe fluent and most artistic
styles and colorings ever
shown in the market. Prices
always the lowest. '
419 Lackawanna Ava.
is daily the cause of death on
every side, not from inability to
rt food, but from the impossi
bility, causetl bv disease to assim
ilate it. Kvcryone has marked
the continual losing of flesh
and daily wasting away of some
beloved friend. Call the disease
wiat name ou will, the fact
remains that the ultimate triu'
has been due to slaridtioi
Don't wait too lui!. give the
It is not a medicine, but a food
product, a powerful concentration-into
small bulk of the vital
elements of lean beef, every bit
of the nutritive qualities of which
have been retained, on account
til the special cold process by
which it is prepared. It creates
new red blood corpuscles, in
creases weight, builds flesh and
nerve tissue, and strengthening
the life-maintaining organs of
the body, enables them to pet
form their functions naturally
and throw oft disease ask
your doctor, he will tell you this
Hurre. ilea con. uml Kuther Neuron, suli
ileacoll. The funerul wus n lurac one itiul
ilemiiiistratetl the rcniiril In which Mrs.
Walker was Inhl. The p.illlicni ers
Were Mphhi-x. Willlum Wnlker. J. U.
r.illiuol. IV J. Howilerly T. V. I'owileily.
jr.. .lames Walker. John J. Wnlker.
u ml Terrence J. I'nwilerly. of Scrunton.
The following oin -of-low n perfuns
were In nltenilance: Airs. Kelly. Mrs.
Hiillorhiin. J. .1. Lynch, t Hyiihunt : Mr.
ami .Mrs. William Walker. Mrs. Kllen
Keiineily. Mai tin l-'iy nil. ami .1. V.
Miirihy. i'M of Scrantiili: Mrs. anil
Miss Saiierx. uf Wilkes-Hurre; Air. uml
Mis. Wnlker. of .M:i lh hi.
mi: ni:w m w (ii h.
I.oilis S. right 'lake lp Uis l.isittoil
Willi the I nut inn I oinpui y
As nn'.illdl in niir cnliimns 15. M.
Jiiiine). uf l'hiliulelihlii. the Trui lion
ciiiiiiiuny imiumite. whs in Hie city, lie
came with l.niiis S. Wrlr.ht lo Instilll
li 1 in tiiolllce as Kciieral munuRer of
the Traction cuiiipiiiiy ami lie will have
charge iimler Alnyni K. K. Memlrlcks,
nlm Is now the uieslilont of the con
cern. I.. S. Wright Is a prominent I'liil.uh I
lihlun h ml a luuctlcu: miinaKer of me
Kepnrt Is current that they Intend to
citciiil their operations hy linihliita. a
new liranch to Kiist Slile park.
IoiiiiJ llvr Mil r fills.
I'arlHimluliatis are irrutillcil flint Miss
Ailellne Junes h:S fullllil ller plll'elltM.
It h:is iransiiircil that she mine here
thinkliiK thai they had moveil to t'ur
lioiiilale lint thev simply sent to ti ll
her they aiiticlpateil ninviliK in the
nciir Inline. .Miss I it 11 Kvnns, of the
coiiicr of Seventh avenue, took her
Kriiluy afternoon to ( ilynhant. as all
search here hail nroveil nmivii Ilahle.
Ureal creilit is ilue to all those frleiitls
who so klmlly assisteil this yniniK laily
In her timilile.
Mr ami Mrs linijluy I ntcrlo in
.Mr. ami Mrs. .1. I'. A. Tinuley Krhlay
eVcllillK elltertllilieil all illforilllll liillll
crlna at the Hotel Ameilcnii. Those
present were Mr. uml Mrs. J. )'. A.
Tlntrley. Miss ThiKlf y. of Siisiiiclian
na; Miss, norhees. of Sciiinton: Aliss
Kavls. of Wilkes-llurre; Captain II. K.
Munis, of Scraiilon; I'lofessor and
Airs. W. I'. Urettory. of the Woo. I s
Hnsiness college, Miul .Miss Smile Lewis.
Messrs. I. V. llolleiihack, W. .M. l.ath
roi ami H. I.. Sinaer.
I'l.KSONAI. WDOI III K I I I.MS
Siiti-rinteniletit Vanillins, of Scran
toii, was In the city Saturday.
Vaiiuiuin Uichaidh. of lilcksott City,
was here nil liiisiness yesterday.
The employes of Slinnsnn r Watklns
were puhl Saturday.
Samuel Itiuinell has secured a posi
tion as motorman on the traction lines
of the Klectric City.
M. AlcQiiiild has written to the local
hiise hall iiiamiKers that lie Is willing to
Theie was hut two masses celelirateil
al St. Itose church yesterday, at t!.'!0
and o'cloi k.
William AlcMulleii. of Mill street, is
seriously 111 with iimiimonla.
S. A. AlcMulleii left for l.aiieslinr.i.
Minn., today, hnvlm; lieen called liy the
siAlnus Illness if his liiotliei-in-law.
Air. avd .Mis. K. V. lavls and Kd
ward llavls. Jr.. of liayotine. X. J., lind
Airs. William Jones and duiiKhter. of
Jersey City, have lieen culled to attend
the funeral. nliseiinles of ex-Alderman
J. !. Thompson.
Airs. Itruudaue and daughter, nf
Scrunton. are visiting Airs. K. C. Smith,
of South Canaan street.
Airs. J. Al. Harvey and her son. J. dm,
left Krlday for a two weeks' visit to
Watertown. X. Y.
.Miss Lillian linker visited friends in
Seeleyvllle dill INK last Week.
Allss Lillian llnle Morris, of Scran
ton. Is visiting .Miss Wleilmtin. at Hotel
Anthracite, for a few days.
.Miss Alary Ald'awley. of lllver street,
spent Sunday in Scrunton as the guest
of Allss Minnie Al.-Cuwley.
Kanlel Scurry left Sat unlay to spend
a few days In the Klectric City.
Airs. Thomas CavauuiiMh. of Arch
hahl. culled on friends on Kriday.
Arthur and .Miss Cora llreml. who
have- Ictn the uuests of their sister.
Alts. W. II. Foster, of Alain street, fur
some time, left for their home at lun
liury. Conn.. Friday mornlnu;.
Miss Terejia Kahl. who has heen vls
Itiua: Alts. Joseph llessling. has re
turned to llonesdale.
.Miss Anna llallsiead. of Klkdale. Is a
guest at lr Huiley's home.
Air. ami Airs. John Spu fluid, or Way
mart, are giies's .of her In other, John
AlaKe. J4 Di uininood nviiiiie.
Uev. tirant C. Fuller, the singing
evangelist, of Washington, l. C.. is a
guest at Air. Maze's hoine. Mr. Fuller
Is Mrs. Maze's foster hrother. and la on
his way home from an engagement at
Honesdafe. where he ami Captain Hil
ton held revival services.
The hoard of revision ami appeals
held a session In the council rooms on
Thursday evening. . Tint seven citizens
appeared hefore them.
Among the out-of-town people ' no
ticed at Friday evening's concert were
Air. ami Airs. II. D. Klotz. of New York;
I (1.. Meagley. of Hlnghamton : Mrs.
(ieorge Nankemen. of Passaic; 1. H.
Bergen. Professor Taggart and Charles
Hoyt. of Mayfleld: Captain H. K. Mor
ris, of Scianton: Miss Tlugley. of Sus
quehanna, and Allss Davis, of W'llkes
Harre. Frederick Mose will upend Sunday In
D. W. Humphrey, the Salem avenue
grocer, haa removed nil stock to his
J. J. iiannon, of the locomotive shop.
has returned from a visit with friends
Messrs. Dawson and Dcvliie.nf Si rail
ton, two workers nf the I'nltcd Catho
lic council, will visit the council meet
big in .Maxwell's hall during next weea.
Allss Kdith Kvans went to Ulyphaut
Four elei'trie lights have lieen placed
In the orchestra pit at -the opera house.
Miss Lucy Conners is tho Hi-st nurse
to graduate In the full course uf two
years training at the Kim rgency hos
pital. She has decided to take a course
In maternity at a Philadelphia hospital.
Allss Conners will shine as a nurse and
make a record for herself.
J. C. Taylor, superintendent of the
Ltcka wuniiu rumty sc hools, spent I
Friday In ntlemlum-e on the several :
claes at the academy.
K. L Dlckeiinaii has gone home fur:
a few weeks on account of illness. Ills
home is In Oswego, X. Y.
Arthur Xorthup, a former student !
at the academy, now nf Wyoming seni- i
iuary. 'spent Friday and Saturday at1
the academy. j
. John Davles, wlm was sick . severul
days Inst week. Is now aide to attend
classes again. , . . !
Kuhert Whittemore spent Sunday at
her home In Si 1 anion.
Mr. lecker, manager of the Wyoming '
seminary fisit hall team for '. spent '
several days at the academy last week :
as the guest of II. W. Ahinit'oid. !
The Athletic association held ' their i
monthly meeting last Wednesday and
discussed plans for the coming season.
The regular manager uf the liase hall ;
team having left school. Joseph lackey
was .chosen to till the vacancy. The 1
treasury reported J.Vi III the treasury j
and a committee was appointed to see ;
ahout lockers in thp gymnasium. C. i
II. Wilson was elected malinger of the ;
".s; foot hall team and Duvld Cure cap- .
An extra meeting of Phi Mil siclety I
was held last Thursday evening uml j
the follnwlnk wer aptsiinted on the!
hunqiiet committee: L. K. Agres. T. J. !
Foley, ti. L. Heardsley. Joseph Ijickey. j
J. C. Sappeits ami If. A. Swallow. The.
seventh aniiuul ha liquet of the two so- 1
cletie.s. Phi Alii and Kryant Literary !
will he held some time lu Aluy this '
Several of the students attended the
purly given hy Miss Kitty Heuwood
last Snturday evening from " till '. :
and enjoyed a very pleasant evening, i
li. I.. Iteardsley spent Saturday In the :
J. K. Slckler. who has been teaching
school fur several months, nenr Alill
City, resumes his studies at the acad- :
emy this week. i
Spring vacation begins this year April
H. Uevlews. will begin next week fori
the llnul examinations of the third quar- I
let', w hich will be held April I. Z and :i
The young ladies' prize speuklng con- 1
test was held lust Friday night in I
main chapel. The prournnime wus us ;
follows: ' Suilor's chorus, by Choral
clu"s; recitation, "The Defence of the
lliltle," .Miss (itace Thompson; reclta- ;
tl.in. Cartwheels." Miss Aland Waldie;
reeltutlnn, "Tile Swan Song." Miss Jen
nie Reynolds; recitation, "The Uulldlug
of the Ship." Allss Frances Ituee; piano
solo, Vulse, Miss Ola Kennedy; recita
tion. "How Uuby Played." Aliss Fanny
Maury: recitation. "liliKzards Point."
Allss Louise lliney; recitation. "Iteii
lien's Tricycle," Allss Kstelle llulley;
piano solo. "In Juiigen Juhren." Aliss
Louise Ainey; vocal duet. "Time of
Youth." .Misses." Alisses Dlxson and
Itioiison. The lirst prize was awarded
to .Miss Louise Ainey and honorable
mention to Allss Aland Waldie. The
Judges were four iiltimnl. Charles Daw
son. Mltloii W. Low iv. J. I.. WilllaiiiH
uml W. W. t'.uylor. all of Scrantim.
This evening the "Deeslrlck Skulc"
will be peiformeil under the uiinpicer
of the CiiuKiegatlouul church lu the
church for the purpose of assisting to
liquidating the debt recently contract
ed for remodelling the edifice.
Professor Morgan Lloyd and wife, of
Olyphnut. spent Snturduy and Sunday
with .Mrs Lloyd's parents on I'lilon
.Mr. uml .Mrs. Fred Courtright have
Just' returned from their extended visit
lo Wyuliislng and Towunda.
.Mr. .1. II. Wiuslow is ill at his home
on Washington street
Fred Wiuslow uml John Richards are
preparing themselves for a good time
this coming spring, having provided
themselves Willi bicycles.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Humphreys, of provi
dence, spent yesterday al .lolin R.
Price's lumie on Uldge street;
The drum corps of the Junior order
I'nited American Mechanics from Lu
zerne attended the concert held under
the auspices of a branch of this order
nt the Culvnry Itaptist church last Sat
Thomas Williams, of Kingston, par
ticipated In the concert Saturday
Tin opera "I'lnnfnrp" wus recently
Klvi'ii In our town In a Htyle that w.iiilll
ttt rretllt to fjinuletir itei-foi-iiiiti..M i.
lurtfe i-ltles. The production n-UK sVen
tinner KiiperviMion or Llewellyn SlileliK
who ilfir..iiistruteil his ulillity ax a -,,n-ilui
tor. The priiii'lole charurterx were
HMKini'.etl liy .MIxfpm Stisle I'.laek. tlelle
Vive I'liroll. llrure Wut-tii.t- Aiili.l. it'll.
liuniK. Krnext Weaver. Kllis Itoiul uml '
l-'rank linker hikI all ucitiPte them- '
selves in a creilltulilo inniiner.
.Mixx Vhla' Johnson presided at the'
piano In line style, artiiiK in xyinputhy '
with the soloists. j
The oneta will lie vieutel on Tues- t
.lit V evellinir. Attrll 7. nt n-hli-li tt.... !
mIk mill lie a large anilleiiee, ax tho operu '
ix wormy 01 it. ;
Iflhclluhy U I'ntting Iccih. ''
Mrs. WlnslowV Soothlngr Syrup hai
been used for over Fifty Years ny Mil. ,
l!rim of Mother: for tNelr fhlld.-en
while Teething, with Perfect Success. ;
It Soothes the Child, Softens the Onnis.
.Iluys ull ruin. Cures Wrnd Colic and '
It the hext reuiedy for "Jiarrhoea. Sold
hy JirtiKgistx in every' part of ti e world.
He sure and ask for ".Mrs. Wiimlow's '
bnotiiiiiK yruji," and take no other
Kind. Twenty-five cents a bottla.
t'hen Hahy wax slulc, we gave her Caitoris.
A'hin she wus s Child, she cried for t'UMorla.
Wlieu she beeame Jliss, she i-lunx to Cnstoria,
When she bad Children, she (uvethetu Castorls,
Is nne of the very common ailm -nts of man-
biiim. n iinuaiit mo rrsmi ui narti work or
on r-eitrtion. aud is oftentimss the legai-T of
leaves the atiiloniiiisl niasi-les lu a weakened
pondition, allowinu the protrusion of bowel.
to be ruptured, but it is very annoying and
Hoiuetluies dangerous. I'litil rsi'eutl'y it was
tlioiiKtat to be im-iiralile without au operation,
but tuauks to sulentifli: rssearrk
la nL Atlll.f .TTT-rf V riffDV.lv t..
out of a hundred eases where the ruptu chu
wimiiiMu, iiTi a wriviea Buarajitee to
cure. No knife, aoinennrenlsnv. no oners-
linn, ma .t..lln. l '
w U.IWJV. .iww iiwiims! nun noiruss
to annoy you afterwards. On. visit to bit
nffl nn H..M r u 4.. -i -I. . Tl .
ii """ " iiii wasasis
usually aufflvteut for the worst vwm. DK
Al.K.v P. O MALLKY, Ruptur. apsaiaUst,
Ws.hin.toi.trs WlIkM-Barrt, pfcJeu
124 AND 126
We regret to tmy that. In canscquence of recent severe weather, the large ad Jltlun which
we arc building to ur establishment Is not completed, bat e feel almost confideut that with
in week or tea days everything will be in readiness. Wc will then have one of the most
modern stores n the city. We will announce our Orand Spring Millinery Opening In due
time. Below we offer soma SPECIAL VALUES in our different departments:
SUITS AND CLOAKS,
One lot if black and navy reefer suits
in ull sizes, reaulur vultie, iti.tia.
LKApKH'8 PKIi'K 3.t"S
One new lot of black iiKUred brilliant-
ine skirts. llnl throiinluiut. faced
I.KAHKKS Plili'F.. $l.il
One new lot of black liaiired brilllani
ine klrts miieii liner tiiulii. live
yard skirt, lined thruiiKhiiiil.
lkauki: s puici:. tun
One lot of cliildren's percale ilress-s,
triirtuied Willi luce and embroidery,
siies 1 to li,
. .. .. lillADKIt WtU'i:.
cine lol of children' apron itillled
eilae with lace. silir.r I In . ."'
One lot of men's suspenders, extra
heavy-web, usual price. 2.V.,
LI-:.IKK'S PKICK. Us.
Xew lot nf men's -Krister neckwear,
lienis of l!ea:ity..uU style,
I.IOAUKK S PltlCK. 47e.
Heamiful assort men I of boys' while
Kuunilei-oy blouse waists for Kusler
Wi4ir. all slr.es. - '
I.KADKIt'M I'KU'K FttOXI 4c. to U9
One; lot of men's black and tan col
ored half hose, wanuuted fast colors.
I.KAHKK S PKICK. L"se.
Complete assortment of ladles- Swiss
ribbed vests in ecru and white.
l.KADKIl'S PRICKS FKO.M tc to '.Me each
One lot of holies' cambric, cornet cov
ers, hiiih tieck and trimmed, with em
broidery, l.F.AUKU'8 PltlCK. I2ae.
One lot of ludles' iiiiisllu drawers wiHi
cluster of tucks, and trimmed with
I.KAl'KK'S PltlCK, ..
one lot of ludles' muslin klns,
tiiiuined with bo-e or embroidery.
I.KADKH'8 PKICK. We.
One lol of ladles' line cunibric gowns,
trimmed with laee'or embroblery.
LKADKK S PKICK. Sc.
GLOVES FOR EASTER.
All the newest coloi'lna both for street
and evening wear with the newest
patent clasps, also four buttons.
LKADKK S PRICKS ltA.NOI.VU FROM
7.V-. to ll.iill.
uTi iliuen ludles' line four-button kid
gloves In tana, browns and white
with black embroidery.
I.KADK'lt'S PltlCK, lS.;.
Several lines of ladies' line leather
belts lii all. widths and colors Includ
ing white li nd the new green, tans,
liruM ns u int nuilingonv,. . '
LKA I KK'H PRICKS r ROM !ic. to 4!le.
One new lol of. ladies' ' new siutiigled
LIJAHKH'S p-RICK. V
'He lot of line spangled belts.
LKA DKK'S. -PKICK. liSc.
.:! dozen of the celebrated J. R. corsets,
white only,' in all slues, reiil value,
LKADKIt'S PRICK, ilc.
All styles of W. H. corsets In ull colors,
every pair warranted,.
LKADKK'tl PRICKS FROM 47c. lo II. ".0
We have now on dlspluv? nor couiile'e
Hue of olizy fast hlilrk hosiery, ulso
in fancy tints and ik-slxus,
LKADKIt'S PKICK. L'jc. and upward
TO our patrons:
Wat.hburnCrtby Co. wiah to assure tlielr many pU
rons that they will this year hold to their usual citatoai
of milling STRICTLY OLD Will: AT until the new crop
la fully cured. New wheat in now upon the market, and
owinfj, to the excessively dry weather many millers are
of the opinion that it ih ulready cured, and iu proper
condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will take
no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully three
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling haa ,
piaceu TOHMiiDuriii.ro8Dy KAt.tt nour lar above
EJEGARGEL & GONNELL
.RON AND STEEL
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turubuckles, Washers, Riv
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup
plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT STEEL HORSE SHOES
and a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheels,
Hubs, Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc.
WImm la dukt Twt to
ml. laipelMur, Atrahy,
rr H J0HN H' pHILPa Pkarmaoltli ear. Wyemiaa Avnwi an
oarusa Stravtt 8erntn Pm.
All the newest deslmis bolh in plain
uml fum-y la-llrs' sweaters, and in ull
LKA I iKIi'S PRICKS FROM li.sx upward
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS.
pi sol' wool mixtures, all sprint;
It'eetM, real allle L'.'i -..
l.KADKR S PltlCK. li.
The balance of our K.V. and tQiv all
wool dress goods In one int.
I.KADKlt'S PltlCK. Sc.
.'!.'i pieces of a II-wool fancy, suitings,
ulso ull-woii colore,! seri;ee. Iliese
goods would lit- cheap nl :.,
I.KADKIi'S PltlCK. :t!bi.
2"i pieces of all-wool lielgerettes in all
the new culurities. regular price. 7-"iv.,
LKA DKK'S PRICK. -We.
Thousands of yards of all the new mid
iKslrable weuves in black dress
LKADKIt'S PRICKS KAXilK FROM ;..
lu $:.ihi per yard.
Our line of novelty dress goods is now
complete In every detail. Von hud belter
make yuur seh-cilon early as you know
huw aeuree this character of goods gets
later in the season.
We have 2S nli s more of those won
derful IHr. silks. Dn not fall to see them
if you have not already done so.
We will put on sale. Saturday morn
ing. 7.1 nieces of fancy silks 111 ull the
new r (fee Is. former price. Use..
LKADKIt'S PRICK, oil,'.
All of our $1 fancy silks In heamiful
effects lu one lot at HSc
Special sale of ill places nf fancy weuve
bluck ground silks, regular 11.. qual
ity. LKADKIt'S PRICK. II.1U
WASH DRESS GOODS.
iM yurds of best quality dress King
" hums lu short lengths from t lo I.'
yurds, regulur price. Hie..
LKADKIt'S PKICK, Sc.
7"i pieces of line ipiulity xephyr glng
hanis, regular price, L".e.,
LKADKIt'S PRICK, m,c.
pieces of dress percale. 1l" jc. qualily,
LKADKIt'S PltlCK. 7'sC
One lot nf line dimities and organdies
in very choice styles, none in the lot
worth less than
LKADKIt'S PltlCK, .V a yard
lift pieces of Crepe De .lapon, the new
est thing in wash fabrics made lo
' retail at l-'-c.,
LKADKIt'S i'RICK, 7V,
2j pieces of genuine French organdies,
goods that have lei a I led us high us
LKADKIt'S PRICK, He.
Complete line of colored crepes In ull
the evening shades,' worth 12' -.e.,
. LKADKIt'S PRlcK, lu,-.
pieces of niieliam i loth, the very
luto-d thing"!)! cotton wu
LKADKft'S PKICK. li.y.-.
All of r.nr blankets and comforts al 'hi.";
on I he dollar, us we would rather sucrllh-e
ihun carry thein over.
4-4 uiiblt-uched iniisliu. goo'l iiualitN'.
LKADKIt'S PltlCK. 4c a yard
u dcy.cil good qualily nlekel-plutcd
sclss.ii'S, all slz-s. worth TiiK-..
LKADKIt'S PRICK, iV.
dozen glti"hain aprons, large size.
LKADKIt'S PR KM-:, li'we.
m H NnrwH tWHty. L011 of tnttl Tomtt (fn tithf
Vm uvccl n4 other wtikniMH, ftvra any uuit, u
MSinu-iiit. uratni ntUM mi lull vifor quickly rtttotM. If neittte, tut.li
Ituut ".rtwlt Uitllf. MaiIW AMirwl.m. rald. li i.uot twa tar Is o. Witt.
fV' 'fdtr fb a WaJ (wtnnlit iw cure r rid lb moacy. AddrtM
AUCTION SALK OF HWJIl GRADE V
PIANOS and ORIGANS
AT GUERNSEY BROS.,
224 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, Pa.,
Messta til'KBXSKV BROTH K I S liaving ivtiivil fniiu busiueas I uav
been iUHirnutv.l to sell at auciimi. witlioul reserve, tlie balalnvof their high
class iitoirk of 1I ANOS ami OKUANS, iiicliidiugiustrtiiiients bv tlie. foltowluif
woi lU-rciiow ncd makers: "
PI A '(K bv We,wr. Kverelt. Wlifelmk, Mndeamii, Chlokeriiig. Stuyve-
1 111. 1'l laxllt Alul linuliub Vu... I.'.. ..I..... I i l:ii. li ...i'
1 .... . "' " ismuu v uuiuj , .inner, jiuruiuau,
Howard I'iauo Com puny. etc.
! OWCl AW byV.a!,ou Humliu. Estt-y, Karraud & Votev, Chase, Wik-o
Vliu n .1 V !)it., reloubet, Chicago Collage, Htamlara Ortfaus, etc.
; Tbe larger )ioiortion of these Instruments are new, but there are also
! sou very Hue second baud Pianos auU tligans, whit-h bavo come in from hire
or beeu takeu by tiuei u.ie.v Itrothers in exchange for other instruments. Xev
I ur ei-ouil baml. all are guaranteed lu jieifeet order, ami us the entire
I stock la thoroughly tf)rieututive of America's best makers, disuupoiutuieut
I is Impossible.
ni IMK 01' S A I V u ,'i""os. -i er i-ent, will be required al time of
iJl.ULi Ml iii iii imrclmse, and the balance may be allowed to re
uiuiu for payment by instalments, lo suit the convenience of the buver. Iu
i uch cases 0 .er cent. ier tiniiiiiii will be added till the entire amount U paid.
Klivers lilivilnr uiiot eiicilt un-u il.u 4h til i . 1
i tmiv me inicicni uiinica, vsiKUiis win only oe aoiu
for spot cash, except where tho purchase prie exceeds $10.(10. Pianos and Or
Kana will be delivered free to auy addresa in Kcranton or Dtininore, and at
special low rales withlu twenty miles of Kcranton. On Mouday, I'ad; Tues
day. LMth, and Wednesday, 25th, betweeu the hours of 8 a. ni. and 8 p, in.;
every iuslniiiieut io be aold will lie on view at the nhow rooms, 224 WyouiInK
avenue, and attenilauls will be present to test and show the instruments to all
visitors, but no Hales w ill be made bv private bargain.. Catalogues mav be had
from me, or by application, at 224 Wyoming aveune.
E. M. STRONG, Auctioneer, Scranton.
S. G. KERR,
JOHN ( KOSSI.KV A SON'S, HALIFAX, ENGLAND;
In all the Latest Designs and Handsome Combina
tions and Coloring, which have made the goods so
justly celebrated. We are the Sole Agents for;
Scranton. Our Complete Line of
FOR THE SPRING TRADE
Have now been received, and includes everything ap
. propriate and desirable in all grades of Wiltons, Ax
minsters, Savonneries, Velvets, Brussels, Ta
pestries and Extra Quality ingrains, with Bor
ders to match. An inspection of our stock and ex
amination of prices will prove interesting.
. .11. 450,773 4ti
. PW,IH) HI
. t.lilll) III)
. 7. 770 W
. 157. "I
. iri,7Mi s5
f. 8. Hoiiils...'.
Other Homls ,
RuiikltiK Mouse ,
Premiums on I'. S. Boiuls
Uue from W S. Treasurer...
line from Hunks
. WM. CONNIil I , President: tll-O. H. CATLIN, Vies President: WM. H. PI-CK. Cashier.
' DlkF.CI OKS- Wm. Cnnnell. Henry Kelin, Jr., James Archbald. Wm. T. Smith, Uearss M.
Catlln, Luther Keller, Alfred Hand.
Special attention given to Business and Personal Accounts. Three per cent. Interest
on Time Deposits.
TO THE LAND OF NOD.
That . where j-ou spend one-third of your
life, making the journey 365 times each year. If
you wish to enjoy first-class accommodations, at
at emigrant rates, with the assurance that you
will never miss your connections, or tire of the
BIRCH these goods proved too much of a
j temptatiou to our Imyer; and he
CHAHBER bought too heavily. Now they
t occupy space belonging to Spring
AT COST. I
A FEW REMNANTS OF MATTING
6c. TO 12c. PER YARD,
Consisting of Fancy Cotton Warp, Japanese, Plain
and Fancy Chinas; not any contain full patterns,
but are just the thing for runners, corridors, etc.
CLOTHIERS, HOME FURNISHERS.
SON & CO.
Lsclowsnns Avs. 1
Opposite the Main Entrance to Wyoming House,
.1 200.000 0-1
. 2t)u,uoo nil
108 f it
. I,51ti,i44 1
. 'i,m 11
il. t,m :it
'I li-ula t Ion
Due to Hunks
The beautiful, natural grain, vel-vr-t-like
finish and artistic desiVtl of
(loods. The result is obvious.
We must sacrifice profit to gain
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