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THE SCIUJN,,TOIBTJirK-SATUBOAY- MORNING, APRIL 4, 1896.
Highest of an in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
S. G KERR, SON & CO.
WANTED HIS PAY.
IKMAem will please fTT.,
mnt. orders for Job work, anJ fJ
Subllestlon loft at the 'bh7?"il.?
h.nnon A Co.. newidwleri. North Main
street, will receive prompt attention, or
nee opeu from I a. m. to 10 p. m.J
Elaborate Mulo at tho Various Chsrehes
At the Easter services tomorrow
there will be heard some of the most
elaborate tnuslc that the city haa ever
known. The various choirs under com
petent leaders have been practicing; as
siduously, and. os a result the music
will be of the finest. "
At Trinity church an orchestra com
posed of five instruments will assist
the ..choir. The orchestra consists of
Charles Orchard. H. Torrance. Jr.. vio
lins; C W. Whltlnir. 'cello, and Frank
.Orchard, flute, and Mrs. N. U Moon, or
Ranlat. The music will be up to the
usual hlfh standard this year. There
will be two services at the church In
the morning. The first at seven o'clock
will consist in morning prayer and holy
communion. The second service at
halt-past ten will also consist of morn
ing prayer and communion. At three
o'clock In the afternoon evening prayer
will be read at which time there will
also be Infant baptism. The children's
service will be held in the evening at
The music at the Presbyterian church
will be unusually good and will be re
peated at the evening service. A sun
rise prayer service will ba held at
twenty minutes to six In the morning.
The services at the Baptist church
will be at the usual hours. The music
here -will also consist of the highest
standard, the choir under the leader
ship of Carl Hessler, having prepared
several fine pieces. They will be as
sisted by an orchestra of six instru
ments. Owing to the absence of the pastor
the music of the MethodUt church will
be postponed until the following Sun
THE CITY MUST PAY.
The City Liable for tho Mills Contraetcd
., hy the Hoard of Health.
There has been a bill brought up be
fore the select council several times
lately but each time the body lauea
to recognize It, saying that they were
not liable for bills contracted In that
manner. The bill In Question was sent
in by 'Secretary Jones, of the board of
health, and amounts to 6.4u: tne ex
Denies of State Inspector Broadman,
This bill was Incurred at the time the
complaint was made about the Fall
Brook water, and Secretary Jones paid
the Inspector hl expenses out of his
own pocket. He now wishes the city
to return the money which is Justly
Messrs Gllhool and Dills objected
to Its payment. Quite a dlscus
Blon was Indulged In between Chair
man Spencer, Dllts and Gllhool,
Mr. Spencer arguing for Its pay-
ment. The opinion of City Solicitor
R n Stuart was asked and was given
at the meeting. He said that as tho
bill was authorized by board of health
and approved by the board It was legal
ly payable by the city.
Organliod by the A. O. H , Division No. 3,
Among the most enterprising of our
societies is Division No. 3, Ancient Or
der of Hibernians, Board of Erin, who
have lately been doing much to add in
terest to their society. Among the latest
things which have been undertaken by
the division is the formation of a
military company. The company will
be equipped and unlfomed In the best
manner and will undoubtedly attract
the attention of many young men to
the society. About seventy-five young
men have already been enrolled and a
large number will be admitted for mem
bership at the next meeting of the com
pany. Temporary officers to serve for one
month were elected as follows: Presi
dent, Alex Brennan; vice president, W.
R. Healey; treasurer, F. P. Kelly; re
cording secretary, M. J. Walsh; finan
cial secretary, P. J. Carden.
Regular Meeting of the Baptist
The members of the Baptist Sunday
school held a meeting Thursday night
at which officers to serve for the en
suing year were elected. The members
are much encouraged at the progress
made during the past year and will go
. to work With renewed energy. The of
ficers are as follows:
Superintendent, Walter Nye: assist
ant superintendent, C. G. Avery; sec
retary, Annie Duns tan; librarian, G. W.
Bly; organist, Miss May Avery.
' . ' At the Grand Opera House.
The 'attraction at the Grand Opera
house next week will be the Sages, Hyp
notists, who have made for themselves
such an enviable reputation through
out: the country. Both artists . have
made a study of hypnotism as a science,
and great success has rewarded their
efforts. All the tricks of the East India
Juggler will be performed upon the
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS
P. K. Bargar, who for some time has
been sexton of - the Presbyterian
church, has resigned his position.
; Mrs; William Buckland and daughter,
of Wilkes-Barre, will spend the follow
ing week as the guest of Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs-. John Feury, son and
daughter . are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jonr, uaughan, of Seventh ave-ntiA-
. District Deputy Grand Master A. A.
Hlsted will install officers at the follow
ing places: . Peckvllle, Friday, 8rd;
jircnuaia, Saturday, fin; uuve Leaf,
OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT
' Has .' been wonderfully lm
proved by adding 1,000 square
feet to ' our already spacious
, store. And we have just re.
celved the finest assortment of
Carpets tho market can pro.
dime. The patterns aro of the
' -very mtust, --v
Our Wall Paoer Department
,. t Has betn increased to twice its
.. former size. jo that you can
A sue the finest and most artistic
" styles and ' colorings ever
; . ' shown in the market. Prices
always tne lowest.
419 laekawanha Ave.
Monday, th: Rushbrook. Jermyn,
Thursday. 9th: Cambria, this city. Sat
urday. 11th: Olyphant. Monday. ISth.
Miss Emily Edgar, daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. William Edgar, of Providence.
Is the guest of Miss Maud Stephens, of
Salem avenue. She will remain over
The Women's Relief corps of the
Grand Army of the Republic are mak
Ing arrangements for a dinner In the
Watt building on Memorial Day. They
will also give a supper at Mrs. George
Dimmock's, on Chestnut avenue, some
time this month.
A boy from Forest City named Con
yngham was admitted to the hospital
yesterday. He is suffering from a
The Dundaff stage, which has been
run by George and Daniel Robinson,
will still be under their charge during
The Delaware and Hudson collieries
were yesterday placed on half time.
J. A. Fullwood. advertising manager
for the Sages, who will appear at the
Opera house next week, was m town
yesterday making arrangements.
Miss Madeltn White, a former real
dent of this city, but now of Wilkes-
Barre. is visiting- friends In town.
Miss Branch, of Port Jervis, ' will
spend the Easter holidays with Miss
Elizabeth Gumalre, of Hotel Anthra
Miss Olena Herring, of Salem ave
nue. Is visiting friends In Scranton,
whore she will remain some time.
Henry Brown, of Jermyn, has moved
to this city, and will take up his res
Idence in this city.
Harry Lister, of Wyoming street, will
leave next week for Philadelphia,
where he will enter a trades school.
Daniel Hodgklns, who recently had
his eyes injured by an accident In the
mines, has gone to Philadelphia to re
The funeral of John Collins, who met
Instant death in the Glenwood mines
Wednesday morning, the particulars of
which were stated in The Tribune, oc
curred yesterday afternoon. The re
mains were followed to their last rest'
Ing place hy a very large concourse of
people, showing the respprt in which
the deceased was held. The services
were conducted In Sacred Heart church
and were very Impressive. The tie
ceased has lived in Jermyn for a long
time and by his sober and Industrious
ways had enjoyed the respect and es
teem of a large number of acquaint
ances He Is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Collins, of Sec
ond street, five sisters, Mrs. Michael
"Haggerty, Mrs. Robert Feeney, Mrs,
James Lawler, Mrs. Edward Barrett
an unmarried sister, Annie, and a broth
er, Martin, of Piltston.
The programme for the next meeting
of the Brownson Literary society Is as
follows: Piano solo, Barbara Spelcher
vocal duet. Misses Lizzie Collins and
Maggie Loughney; select reading, Miss
Ella Mulholland; vocal solo. Miss Lizzie
Roche: recitation. Andrew Mehan; de
bate. Resolved, "That Society Is a Bet
ter Educator than the Home," affirma
tive. Misses Sadie Timlin and Ella Mul
holland and John Mehan; negative,
Charles Gannon and Misses Maggie
Collins and Bailie Thomas.
The three express packages which
were stolen from the Mayfleld Ontario
and Western depot were found by em
ployes of the road Thursday. The pack
ages contained books which were sent
by a New York firm to Mayfleld, and by
the form and way they were wrapped
up were no doubt mistaken for pack
ages of cigars, which are often sent
this way. The robbers, no doubt, ex
amined their booty while on the way,
and ascertaining their true contents,
threw them away In disgust When the
way freight came along the employes
noticed the books and their finding the
wrappers, knew what they were. They
were picked up and sent to carbondale,
where they were re wrapped and re
turned to the Mayfleld office.
Gomer Lewis, of W. E. Davis' store.
entertained a few of his many friends
at the home of his parents on Poplar
street the other evening. Several
pleasant hours were whlled away with
the usual social diversions. Refresh
ments were also served during the eve
ning. The following, young people were
present: Misses May Prior, Maud and
Lizzie Jones. .Annie Griffiths, Myran-
awy Bengough, May Bennett, Ida Cart
er, Jessie Sanford, Myra Hills, Hattle
Mason, Mary Mann, Tennie and Hattle
Oakley, Stella Baker, Clara Rowe,
Winnie Seymour, Flora Wilson, or
Rendham, Maggie Davis, of Carbon
dale; Mr. and Mrs. David Powell, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Merritt and Messrs.
Charles Maynard, - Richard Friend,
George Oakley, Richmond Jones.
Willie Davis. Samuel Griffiths, David
Davis, Herbert Smith. Willie Thomas.J
John Lewis, Willie Seymour. Daniel
Williams. Fred . Burr, John Osborne,
Henry Hemmelrlght, Thomas Nichols,
Willie Parks, Frank Long, Eddie May-
nardfl, Thomas Owens, Frank Depew,
Robert Telley. William Smith, Edwin
Peters, of Carbondale, William Painter
and Richard Roberts, of Vandling.
The Tribune furnishes more local
news than any other paper that
circulates in this section. If you want
a family newspaper complete In all re
spects and departments, subscribe for
Richard Friend was a visitor In Oly
Solatia Rhenmntlsni Cured,
L. Wagner, Wholesale Druggist.
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fearful
attack of Sciatic Rheumatism, was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystic Cure' for Rheu
matism. This cured me after doctor's
prescriptions had failed to have any
effect. I have also heard of fine results
from others who have used It." Sold
by Carl Lorenz. Druggist, 418 Lacka
wanna avenue, Scranton.
FACTOR VI L.L.E.
Miss Jessie Seamans Is very 111 at her
home on High street.
Miss Leona Bennette returned from
New York city Thursday evening.
Keystone academy has been closed
until April 13 for Easter vacation.
Dr. D. A; Capwell. of Scranton, was In
town Friday, attending the funeral of
A. J. Capwell.
Among those from a distance who at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Abby Gard
ner are Mrs. Martha Gardner and
daughter Ruth, of Sayre; Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Gardner, of New Milford; Mr.
and Mrs. Mllo Utlcy, of Elmlra, N. Y.j
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Gardner, of Scran
ton, and T. J. Chase, of Wilkes-Barre.
The Easter supper at the First Bap
tist church was a success both soclany
and financially. It was quite largely
attended, considering the weather, The
ladies realised (13.
C. II. Crane and son, of West Pitts
ton, were calling on friends on Friday,
. Miss Cora. Preston, of Scranton, Is the
'guest of Miss Stella Phlnney.
Robert Robinson met with a painful
accident this week by a quantity of rock
falling on his foot. On Wednesday It
was found necessary , to amputate one
of the toes.
Rocco and May Bcarlo were brought
before Justice B rod head on. Monday
evening chargedewlth'larceny by Mrs.
Raffaell Balvl. After the hearing they
were held In ball for their appearance
In court. -
Jsstioe of lk Pease Flaea $23 for Re
f ssiag to Attaad Court.
John McOwen. a Justice of the peace
In Kingston township, was brought In
to court yesterday morning on an at
tachment. McOwen wast subpoenaed
to be in court on a case to be heard
on Thursday and when he was sub
poenaed he told the server of the sub
poena that he would not come unless
he was paid 12.50. Upon being brought
before Judge Lynch he was asked If he
had any reason to offer for not ap
pearing, and said that he wanted his
pay before he came to court and
thought he did not have to come until
It was paid. Judge Lynch then said,
"you are a magistrate and ought to at
least comply with the law yourself. The
sentence of the court Is that you pay
a fine of 126." -v
McOwen said he would not pay and
will have to stay in Jail three months
If he persists in his refusal. "
A Dynamite Searo.
George Carson, of Edwardsvllle, had
before Alderman Ford Thursday even
ing, Andrew Yallg, Toney Kosock and
John 8. Karbag on the charge of riot
and disturbance and threatening to
dynamite a boarding house. The men
had drannk considerable beer , and
were a general nuisance, -fighting and
abusive. They procured a long car
tridge which they said contained dy
namite and the boarding boss . was
scared away from home not daring to
sleep there that night. At the hearing
It was proved that the cartridge did
not contain dynamite and the prisoners
Snspeeted of l.nreen.
William Murdock and William Rich
ards were arrested by Officer Bradshaw
in South Wilkes-Barre on suspicion of
having stolen a wringing machine
which they offered to selll for $1.60.
The young men did not satisfactorily
account for Its possession at the hear
ing yesterday morning, and they were
sent below for further hearing.
The river Is falling, but has not gone
enough to prmlt travel to and from the
West Side by the lower route.
Special Easter services will be held
for men In the Toung Men's Christian
association on 8unday at 4 p. m. Misses
Anna and Ida Thomas; of Edwardsvllle,
will sing and the association orchestra
Is preparing special music. Rev. E. J.
Morris will deliver the address. Ad
mission free and all men Invited. ..
Herman H. Knappman and a young
man named Gallagher, bicyclists, col
lided at the corner of Carey avenue and
Academy street on Wednesday evening,
and the latter had two .teeth kno"ked
out. . . .
Some Wilkes-Barre man wrote to Vir
ginia asking the price of a live deer.
One was Immediately shipped, but the
man refused to accent It. Now the ex
press company Is going to sell It, hop
ing to realize the costs, $28.
A meeting of the Edwards heirs, who
are striving to get possession of $100,
000,000 worth of property in New York
and Jersey City, is called; to meet In
Dymond A Lewis' hall, Kingston, at 9
a. m. April 9. All heirs will prepare a
written family record, so' far as they
know, showing their relation to the Ed
Mrs. Charles E. Rice read a paper
before the Daughters of the Revolution
on Tuesday evening last. She was sub
stituted for Wesley E. Woodruff, who
was to have repeated his talk on Alex
ander Hamilton, but was called to Bing
ham ton by the death Of his father Mrs.
Rice's paper was very Interesting and
a good attendance was present,
Miss Ada Brown, of Dunmore, is vis
iting relatives in town. -
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tewksbury," of
Main street, are visiting their son at
Hyde Park for a few days.
The funeral of Sanford C. Peck, who
died at his home In Buffalo last Wed
nesday and whose remains ' were
brought here yesterday, was held at the
home of his father, J..D. Peck, on Main
street, yesterday morning at 11 o'clock.
The funeral services were conducted
by Rev. S. C. Simpklns, of the Metho
dist Episcopal church, who delivered
a fitting eulogy to the departed. The
singing at the services was supplied
by William Frear, Mrs. Jennie Freas,
Sophie Simpklns, John English and A.
F. Klzer. They sang "Thy Wlll be
Done,'' "Asleep in Jesus' and "It Is
not Death to Die." The floral' offerings
were beautiful and were contributed
by friends of the deceased. .The pall
bearers were cousins of thes deceased.
They were Harry Peck, Frank Benja
min, Fred Benjamin and Robert Peek.
Among the out-of-town people present
were Mrs. Frank Day, Mrs.; P. A. Max
well, of Wilkes-Barre; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Mills, of Providence, and Mr.
and Mrs. Byron Peck, of Carbondale.' -
Joseph English Is home from Mans
field Normal school to spend his East
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church will hold ' a maple
sugar social in tne church parlors on
Friday evening, April 10..'
William Page spent Friday with his
daughter, Mrs. G. S. Graves, of Jer
myn. " -
The board of health wilt, hold a regu
lar meeting this evening. "
Easter services will be held In the
Presbyterian church next Sunday.1 In
the morning the pastor, ReV. Mr. By
ers, will talk on the resurrectlonl - His
text will be from 1 Corinthians, IS
chapter. 20 verse. In the evening an
address, subject EaBter, commencing at
7. SO, when the following programme
will be rendered: . ..
"Hall, Glorious Morn." . '.
Hymn, "O, For a Thousand' Tongues."
"Raster Lily Bells"..!... .Three Little Girls
"Tho wondrous Cross."
"The Easter Story."
Miss Jennie Brundage and Choir
Solo, from "The Messiah,"
Mrs. J. V. James
"Beautiful Kaster Morn." i . ,
Solo. "I Shall Rise Again." -
. Mrs. W. M. Boll
The Nickel Plate Road . runs from
Buffalo to Chicago, via Cleveland and
Fort wayne. , ,
Came on my leg after typhoid fever, one
pieces of the bone csmeout, Rheumatism
Joined the scrofula to pat me in misery.
Hood's Sananarllls Droved init the medl.
cine; relieved me of pain, give me a
good ippetite and I laid aside my cratoa
and caqjf Having taken 10 bottles ..
my limb is entirely healed end now I sm
perfectly well." GlOloi W. CsOMWBtX,
ait, rieasant, waryianq. ft; fix tor so.
124 and 126 Wyoming Aventie.
. In our commodious store customers can make pur-
chases without' any inconvenience whatsoever. . Bear jn
mind that we keep only such
class in everv particular. Our
will always find lower than the
BELOW WE OFFER
IN OUR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS?
Dress Goods and Silks
10 pieces of all-wool black serge, good
quality. Leader's Price 24c.
10 pieces of figured black mohairs.
Leader's Price 21c.
10 pieces of 42-Inch all-wool black serge.
Leader's Price SOc.
10 pieces of 46-1 nch all-wool black serge,
real value oc. Leader's Price 49c.
25 pieces of same width, much finer
quality, real value $1.00. Leader's
We have just received another lot of
our celebrated 68c. all-wool black
crepons. Be sure and see them.
26 pieces of wool mixtures, have bean
50c. Leader's Price 37c.
All of our toe. and 76c. all-wool, fancy
dress goods in one lot. Choice of
75 pieces of checked and plaid dress
goods, have been 30c. Leader's Price
Uc. . .
26 pieces of colored fancy silks and sat
ins, real value 45c, Leader's Price 25c.
26 pieces of fancy silks in all the new
colorings, ' would - be cheap at J6o.
' Leader's Price 69c.
10 pieces of black and. white brocaded
silks, have been 66c, Leader's Price
Trimmed and :
In this department you will find all the
latest novelties In trimmed and un
trimmed hats, feathers, flowers, rib
bons, etc., at popular prices. We
guarantee satisfaction in every In
We have lust put on sale 25 Parisian
?attern' hats that are perfect btau
lei, and solicit your inspection. - v
Suits and Cloaks
t dos. ladies' figured brllllantlne skirts,
lined throughout, velveteen bound.
Leader's Price 88c. '
6 dos. ladies'- fine figured brllllantlne
skirts, lined throughout, five yards
bwlde. Leader's Price $1.9. .
ne lot of shepherd's plaid and the
new mixtures, beautiful patterns.
Leader's Price $1.98.
A choice eellectlon of handsome skirts,
consiatlngTof fancy mixtures, figured
brllllantlne, boucle, plain satin, bro
caded sattti, figured taffetas and cre
pons, all xtra wide. Leader's Price
from $3.98 up.
GO ladies' navy and black flannel suits,
real value $5.98. Leader's Price $3.98.
One lot of ladles' new mixtures In che
viots, trimmed with velvet, newest
styles, good value at $10.00. Leader's
Price $8.98 per suit.
One lot of ladles' black figured silk
, capes, lace trimmed, lined throughout
with silk. Leader's Price $2.98.
Complete assortment In cloth, and
fancy mixtures silk and brocaded
satin capes.. Leader's Price from
We have now on display a complete
assortment of misses' and children's
wash suits, sixes ranging from 4 to
14, all the new, nobby effects. Price
ranging from $1.49 and upwards.
Also misses' and children's flannel and
cloth suits, sizes 0 to 16.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
65 dot. ladies' laundrled waists, nice,
new neat designs, extra large sleeves,
this lot is a special offering, worth
T5c. Leader's Price 39c., sises 32 to 44.
Full lines of the above In all the newest
designs and styles, both with at
tached and detached collars. Lead
er's Price ranging from 49c. and up
A complete line of misses' laundrled
waists, prices ranging from 49c. and
One lot of ladles' black sateen waists
with ' extra large sleeves. Leader's
We claim the most complete assort
Is one of the very common allm 'at of man
kind. It is usnaflr the result of hard work or
ovrr-exertlon. and is oftentimes the legacy of
favers or severe attacks of sickness which
leaves the abdominal muscles in a weaken d
condition, alioiug the protrusion of bowel
to be rnptnred, but it Is very annoying and
ometlni-e dangeroua Until recently It was
thought to b Incurable without an operation,
bat tbaukt to scleutino f isoarch
now ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN in ninety
out of a hundred cue where the rsptn e can
be returned. I give a written guarantee to
cure. No knife, no lnoonveDienoe no opera
tion; no detention from bnsiness, and ne trass
to annoy yon afterwards. One vilt to mv
offloe weekly for from four to eight week Is
oeualhr iu (Detent for the worst eases.-' DR.
ALEX. P. O'MALt.EY, Ttnpture Bpeclalist,
Washington street, Wilkes-Barre. Pa. .
ON THE LI
are located the finest fiahlnr and hiintln
grounds in the world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to . all points In
Maine. Canada and Maritime Provinces,
Minneapolis, - St. Paul, Canadian and
United States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., Ban
Flrst-CIss Sleeping; and Dining Cars
attached to' all throught trains. Tourist
oars fully -fitted with bedding, curtains
and speoially adapted to wants of .families
may be had with second-class tlokets.
Rates always less than via other- lines.
For further information, time tables, etc,
on application to .
E. y. SKINNER, Q. 12. A.,
35a Broadway. Ntw York. ;
goods as we know to be first-
nricss. we feel confideit. vou
ment of ladles' silk waists, both In
plain and fancy, also wash silks and
in all slses. Leader's Prices range
from $2.98 and upwards.
We have a complete Infants' outfitting
department. In this department will
be found everything appertaining to
an Infant up to children three years
Hen's Furnishings t
Our men's furnishing department has
been enlarged and refitted with all
modern fixtures and we carry all that
Is latest and newest In men's wear.
.Prices will always be found the low
est. Extra quality American Ouyot sus
ipenders. Leader's Price 17c. .
Superior quality men's web suspenders.
Leader's Price 11c. ;
Boy's Fauntleroy blouse waists,
beautiful In make and finish. Lead
er's Price 49c.
Men's unlaundrled shirts, reinforced
front and back. Leader's Price J7c.
Another lot of 4-ply cuffs, perfect In
style and finish. Leader's Price llo.
In parasols, we are showing all the
newest and latest devices. Prices
ranging from 98c. and upwards.
In all colors and
$1.25 and $1.60.
styles. Prices 69c,
One more lot of the celebrated J. B.
corsets In white only and in all slses,
usual price $1.00. Leader's Price 59:.
W. B. -corsets In white and gray. Lead
' er's Prices 47c. 75c. and $1.00.
Alro complete lines In R. at Q., Or.
Warners, P. D., and Z. '.
All our new spring hosiery for ladles,
misses and children has now been
placed on sate.
A new and choice lot of ladles' muslin
underwear consisting of gownt,
skirts, corset covers and drawers.
Always at Leader's Prices.
Oneot of ladles' full regular made fast
black Imported hose, worth 25c. Lead-
er's Price 12ftc.
One lot of misses', children's and boy's
extra heavy ribbed stockings, full
seamles, real value 25c. a pair.
Leader's Price 15c. and 19c.
One lot of silver and gilt shirt waist
sets, beautiful designs. Leader's
One lot much handsomer, enameled,
including belt pin, real value 50c.
Leader's Price 29c,
25 pieces of striped linen batiste, real
value 25c. Leader's Price 10c.
100 pieces of short length ginghams, the
10c. quality, each piece contains 10
yaras or over. Lieoaers mce Be.
260 pieces of organdies, dimities, lawns
and mulls in one lot. Choice of any
6c. a yard.
600 yards of outing flannel, good qual
ity. Leader's Price 3c.
25 pieces 4-4 unbleached muslin, real
value 6c. Leader's Price 4c.
75 pieces of .printed cordurette, real
value 10c. Leaderto Price 7c.
One case of fine leDhvr ginehanis.
never sold at less than 12c. Leader's
Price 7c. -
25 dos. cotton towels, everybody sells
them as a bargain at 6c. Leader's
76 pieces of torchon laces, all width.)
Choice of the lot. 5c.
25 pieces of 4-inch, handsome printed
warp suk ribbons, cnoice of the lot,
50 gross of fine pearl buttons, real
value ivc. uozen, j.eaaer s f rice 5,
The Finest In the City.
Hie latest laprored famish'
lift and apparatus tor kecpUf
meat, batter and egga.
823 Wyoming Ave
Coal of the best quality for domestic
use, and of all slses, delivered in any part
oi tne city at lowest price.
Orders left at my Office,
'NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, first floor. Third National
Bank, or sent by mall or telephone to the
mine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be made for the
sale ana aetivery or tsucawneat uoai.
WM. T. SMITH.
ROOF TIMING AND SOLDERING
All done away with by the use of HART
MAN'S PATENT PAINT, which consists
of ingredionts well-known to all. It can be
applied to tin, galvanised tin, sheet Iron
roofs, also to brick dwellings, which will
prevent aosoiuteiy any crumbling, crack
Insr or breaklnc of the brick. It will out.
last tlnains of any kind by many vcari.
and its cost does not exceed one-fifth that
of the cost of tinning, Is sold by the job
or pounu. veniricn uaen oy
ANTONIO HARTMANN, (27 Birch IL
JOHN CE0SSLEY 4 SON'S.
In all the Latest Designs and Handsome Combin.
tions and Coloring, which have made the goods so
justly celebrated. We are the Sole Agents foi
Scranton. Our Complete Line of
FOR THE SPRING TRADE
Have now been received, and includes everything ap .
v 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.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
' STATEMENT FEBRUARY 28, 1898
Overdraft 714 01
U. 8. Bonds 106.000 TO
Premiums on IT. B. Bonds....
Due from U. 8. Treasurer..
Due from Banks
, t2.rn.ioo M
WM. CONNELL, President: OEO. H. CATI.IN, Vice President! WM. H. PECK. Cashier.
DIRECTORS-Wm. Cennell, Heary Bella, Jr.. Jaejes Archbald. Was. T. Ssattfe, Oterge H.
Catlla. Lather Keller, Alfred Hand. . .
Special attentloa gives te BaehwM sad Personal AccoaaU. Three per seat, latere
oa Tune Deposits. , '--
IRON AND STEEL
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, Rvf
' 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.
TtEiBEiDER' I CO
ICHARDS LUMBER CO.,
00M 502, COMMONWEALTH
Facts are stubborn
been able to get away
man tries to argue that
He can come to this store, take his pick from the neat
and nobby Easter Suits, and go away with the Clothes with
out paying cash down. We give him the privilege of pay
ing for them a little at a time each week or month. All the
time he is paying for thejClothes he is enjoying them. Our
credit prices are no higher than others ask who sell lor cash.
Ftirnif are and Carpets
Can Purchased Her?
In the Sam? Manner,
CARPETS . . . .
" Opposite Ilia Main Entranci to Wycslng fta
OF SCRflliTOil, PA.
Due to Banks
.. mow os
.. H.49 4!
ACKS AND I. ALL
BUILDING, SCRANTON, PA.
things. Nobody has ever
from them. Sometimes a
a fact is not a fact, but he
People have said that the
best way is to "Pay As You '
Go." But that saying is iu-'
complete: 4 'Pay As You Go-
When You Can," is a better
way. The fact of the matter
is that a man can't pay cash,
if he hasn't got it. In such
cases we will sell him;
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