Newspaper Page Text
V. TIIE . ' SCU AUTON TRIBUNE ; FBI DAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1896.
124-126 Wyoming Ave.
Will place b;;loic (he ppblic (be great
est bargain of Shirt Waists that ever
took place iu the city ofScrauton, and
vc may claim ever in this country.
The following letter received from one
of the largest manufacturers in the
United States, will explain itself:
I!ll!KK.VKK.I.I, K'l'KAlSS & Co.,
& Co., )
li, 18'JC. J
i, 48 ami fit) oimter
Ji KW loitK, JItty
.Messrs. l.chcck A; Curin, Scran
ton. ;'NT1.i:mi:x-v accept your
oiler for our entire stock of Shirt
Waists- NILS Uoen in all; also all
our tine pieee goods, consisting of
I'ercales, l.;tjis. .llimities, etc.
This is the greatest sacrifice sale
Me have ever tnuiic, as' you net
these noD'Js at less than ROc. on
the titular. Verv truly vmira.
BIBKENFELO. STRAUSS & CO.
The reason of this immense saci il'e
of the manufacturer to us nt the height
of the season is that their factor v at
Mott Haven, N. V., has been condemn
ed by the building department and
must be vacated at once.
We shall sell these guods in three
different lots. Choicer goods have
never been shown.
LOT m l-
Wortta from Ji.oo to 51.50,
Leader's Price, 6ik
LOT NO. 2.-
Worth from J 1.50 to Si-75,
Leader's Prlee, M)c
LOT XO. .1
Worth from $1.75 to $2.25,
Leader's Price, 81.25
Every lady should take advantage
of this sale.
JlfWe will have the piece goods
on sale in a lew days, of which due
notice w ill be given In daily papers
13. C. Graham, of Tunkhnnnnck. was a
caller In town 'Wednesday and wltness
1 the ball irnim.
Mm. Mnttlda Williams, who Is ill years
old. mother of Chai'les H. and Oscar
VllIlunis. leaves today for Orange. N.
J., to spend the summer months with
her ilauirhter. Mrs. John N. Williams.
, ' Mr. and Mrs. Uean Sampson, of Tunk
: bannock, fulled on friends Wednesday.
Mrs. A. ". Hum, wife of Conduetor
Bond, of the loeal nasseiiprer train, Ib
quite seriously ill.
our youiiK people will pive an Infor
mal dance at the opera house this even
ing. The birthday Borlnl given by the TCp
Voith leasue on Wednesday evening
Was a success In every respeet.
Mrs. Fuller und daughter, of Carbon
dale, have moved to this pluee with the
expectation of making it their future
home If they like It here.
our base ball team are now very
inlet. Incitement all over. The Tri
tons, of Tunkliaiinock, cume up Wed
nesday evening and served them up 11
to fi. Our boys lead the Tritons 6 to 2
ut the fourth Inning mid then they
Plopped and the Tritons took the rest.
Mr. and Mis. 1). . Titus left thp
fore part of the week for an Indefinite
visit to their daughters, Mrs. James Os
terhout at VunxKutuwney. Mr. Titus
went ln I'itlthui'K to attend the grand
lodge of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows In Mcyslon there.
Mi's lii ace Winelni wits pleasantly sur-prls-'rt
by the pupils uf her elocutionary
clusr ut ilie residence of .Mrs. K. , Kn
fluii, of Blakely, on Wednesday evening.
Tile evening was delightfully passed in
Hiuiies and musical selections until aho it
in o'clock, when n dainty repast whs
serveil by the hostess. Among those pies
elit were: Misses Jennie. Ward. Kditlt Me!-
Mers, Nettle Alasi ii, Jossiu Cullender, Ola
Carpenter. Tillle Davis. Muy Hrunrtiiv,
Altu Hopkins, Hcritntuii; Annie Prless,
Ann Uull Masters, Leonard Carjnter,
Johnnie Davis ami Hex Kelly.
.Miss Maine OWIulley Is visiting rela
tives at I'arbondale this week.
Airs. Frank orchard, of Curbomiale, Is
;thc guest of lu r mother. Mrs. Jennie
Voyle, of Lackawanna street.
The Troop band, ill their new uniforms,
paraded our streets last evening and dia
coursed some rood music,
-Miss Marie Jones, of Hvde Park, was
the guest of Mrs. A. F. Clans Wednes
day. Mrs. Evan Evuns, of West Pulsion, Is
spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs.
Alfred Huines, on the West Side.
' A social will be held In the Susquehanna
Street Baptist chureh Monday evening,
June 8. Strawberries and Ice cream will
Mike Snowfosky and Mike Cnlofot were
arrested yesterday as being Implicated in
the riot In which Officer (llbbnns was as.
ysaulted on Saturday nljrht. Thev were
given n hearing before Burgess Howard
lust evening. The gave evidence that thev
paw Lahonkey, who Is now In the eoiint'v
Jail, strike Olhbons. They were held til
the sum of to ball for their appearance
GREAT SALE OF BODY
We have no fortune to jjive away,
but we KUurprUee ,vou goods at less
than any other house lu the trade.
Your qhoice from our stock, which is
$100 Per Yard.
' Remember we don't reserve any
Ihtnar These goods consist of nil the
' leading makes. Come early and make
J. SCOTT INGLIS,
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER
- - 419 Lackawanna Ava
rR.Anr wtll ptease not that advertise
ment!,, orders for Job work. ant Items for
publication left at the establishment of
Shannon A Co.. newsdealers. North Main
atreet. will receivo prompt attention; of
hc open from K . m. to 10 p. ni. )
CLOSED LAST EVENING.
The Stale t'onveittiou of A. tl. II
Bern Vcrv Sin-et'o"liil.
After three days the state convention
of Ancient Order Hibernians, Hoard of
Klin, closed last eveniu uml it has,
without doubt, been a very successful
and pleasant one. Kverythlng that
could Im- done to make the stay of the
delegates iii this city one which they
will not forget, and judging from the
abundint praise which is heard on all
sides the efforts of the locul Ancient
order liibeniit'iis re not without ef
fect. The delfgites think t'urbondale
very hospitable and are Mh to leave
for their lioines.
The principal business of yesterday
uftenioon's meeting was the election of
state delegate. There were three nom
inees for the titflce. Joseph Mcl.ullehllo,
t.r Philadelphia: M. ti. Neary. of May
lielil, and tl. T. liolatid. of Scrautoii.
The llrst vole resulted In r.oland's fu
or. but us he did not receive it major
ity of the votes cast a second ballot was
taken in which he was elected.
It has been decided to divide the state
Into ten sections and crgiiiilzcr being
elected for each section. It Is his duly
to endeavor to organize divisions of the
order In his secthm. The organizers
elected are as follows: First district.
Thomas llurke. of Allegheny; Second
district, JoPii J. Neurits, of Cumbria
county; Third district. John tiibbons,
i f I 'lair county, who was uIm appointed
for the fourth and lifth districts; Sixth
district, J if tit Lynch. Luzerne county;
Kiglilh district. Patrick McLaughlin,
of Philadelphia; Ninth district. Neul
Sweeney, of Plymouth: Tenth district,
John Mcllnle. of l.acknwnnna county.
Several nihil esses were delivered last
evening by prominent men In the soci
ety. John T. Lrtinhan, esc.. of Wilkes
Harre, and Colonel K. J. Fitssslmmons,
of Scranton, both spoke.
After the session lust evening a fare
well banquet was tendered the delegates
at Hotel Anthracite. Proprietor Oiim-
iter had prepared an elaborate table
and the rooms were prettily decorated.
Ir. T. C.. Fllzsimmons was toastmaster
and during the evening many witty and
enjoyable speeches weiv delivered.
Class Oiliccr Fleeted uud Arrange.
nicntx l title.
The class which will graduate from
Wood's P.uslness college this yeur Is un
usually large. They have been given a
thorough drill during the past few
weeks nnd those who successfully
passed the examinations number thirty
seven. This is the first class graduated
from the college and the number is very
creditable to the faculty.
The class met yesterday and elected
the following members to represent
Business department, John T. Jen
kins, valedictorian : Miss (iertrude
Harding, salututorlan; John J. Nolan,
Short hand department. Miss Kather
inc Orady. valedictorian: Miss Mary
K. McDonougli, presentation address;
Miss Ada M. Lutey, honorary essay;
Prank Bchoonover, class prophet.
THE LECTURE TONIGHT.
l'cnry .liny Arronipnny
The largest audience of the senson
will probably greet Lieutenant Peary
ath the Ooefa House tonight. The
number of tickets sold Is already very
large and applications have been made
for some front Scranton und Wllkes
Barre. Very little need be said about the lec
ture. It Is something which will be
very Interesting and Intellectual. Lieu
tenant Peary will relate his experiences
ill the frozen north. He Is a tine speak
er and the stereoptlcan views which he
shows will add much to the lecture.
Lleutennnt and Mrs. Peary will pro
bnbly remain In this city as the gtrests
id' Mr. and Mrs. Orogory, over Sunday.
They Intend to visit a coal mine und
ty take a trip over the Gravity.
For it New Hoof.
The Welsh Baptist church in this city
will be improved soon and other things
done for the comfort of worshippers.
The Welsh Baptist association which
met In Scranton recently donated
money for a new roof. It will prob
ably cost about $100 and bids for the
work should be lyft ut William 1. Wil
liams'. The members of the church ap
preciate the association's gift very
Patrick Moran. who had his hand
caught In the cog wheels of a derrick
at the Sixth avenue bridge, went to the
hospital yesterday, where Dr. li. C.
Wheeler amputated three lingers ut the
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
A twin for the accommodation of
summer boarders will be run over the
Uiavlly between Carbondale and Way
mart, each day commencing May 2Sth.
Father Judge, of Hawicy, was a v. si
tor In this city yesterday.
Michael Loft us and John McDon
ougli. of iioidot: uveiiti' have It ft for a
summer vacation duririt which time
they will tour ihe K.u.-teiii States and
visit the fur west.
Mrs.' .S. I!. Swingle, who has been
seriously ill for the past tvo weeks Is
able to sit up iriittle each day, but Is
not yet out of danger.
lJuvid Davis, of Drumniond avemi ',
who bus bron quite ill for the last wvek,
is able to be ubollt ag till.
Mrs. T. P. McXully, of Furvlow
sttii'et. entertained several of trt e dele
gates to the Anclcnl order Hibernians
convention at her hi, me on Wednesday
On Thursday next Ml. s Jennie Ho 1
plns and James Wells, of New Ceme
try street, will be united in ti'.anlage.
Mrs. Davis, of Kivcr street, has re
turned after a week's visit with
friends In Piitersoii. N. J.
.1. U. 1'i'tld. night freight c!evk and
ticket seller nt the Delawaie and Hud
son, union depot, left yesterday for hU
homo In Michigan. He will be. gone
about u mouth and will be accumj a; lei
by a bride on his return.
.Tnms Collins, of Hotel Ar.tlr ac!te; has
resigned his position nnd will leave nt
once for New York city, where li ha
ben off red a more lucrative place.
MartJn liarte will t:ikc his place at the
Several applications for tickets to the
Peary lecture have been received by
Prof. Oregnry, from Scranton anil
Miss Helen Puttrrson entertained a
Is caused by torpid liver, whicli pri'vetits diges
tion and permits food tn ferment uml p'.itrif y In
the Itnmacli. Then follow dizziness, headache,
limomliiii, nervousness, uud,
If not relieved, bilious fever
or blood poisoning. Hood's
rills stimulate the stomach,
rouse the liver, ours hearincho, dlrzlness, con
stipation, ctn. 30 cents. Hold by all drugtrlsts.
The only Pills to tak with Hood's bursauurUla.
luurihcr of frlnds on Wednesday even
ing in honor of th:MlaeB Singer, of
lr. liailey has returned from a short
stay In New York city.
Miss Mary Watt left yesterday for a
visit with friends In Prooklyn. N. Y.
O. H. It. Kolietts. of t'htlaiielphia.
grand secretary of the American
le gion of Honor, arrived in town yes
terday afternoon. He will remain for
the meeting to be held in the Odd Fel
lows hall on South Church street to
The Itrownson Literary society held
a very interesting meeting last evening.
The following programme was given by
the members: Kssay, Miss Mary Mar
tin; vm-al solo. Miss Sadie Timlin; de
clamation. Mis Kate McOovcrn; vocal
solo, John W. tiiant; address, "Arbi
tration and War." P. H. Hergen: vocal
solo. Andrew M -eliua; select reading,
Miss Mary gniiiu.
Next Monday evening council will
hold a spcclul session. Kids will be
opened for the construction of the pro
posed water works and the request ot
the cinder path asseiatioii perhaps
taken up. The committee of the cin
der path association was present al
the last meeting, but their request to
run a cinder putti through the borough
was lulit upon the table.
Through a typographical error In The
Tribune, Jerinyn news of Tuesday's Is
sue, the names of Lizzie llattenherg. S'i,
and Ida1 Carter, 7. were omitted In the
report of the central school examina
tions held In this place.
Class No. III. of the Methodist Kplsco
pal Sunday school, held a very success
ful lawn social on the lawn of their
teacher. Miss Katie Sampson, on Second
street, Tuesday evening. The proceeds
are to be used by the class to buy their
s of f-e new carpet for the Sunday
Miss I lu it le Mason, of Pecond street,
Is very ill if oni an uiuh k oi uipniiieii.t.
Miss Minle l,a Kue, of Cemetery
street, visited friends in this place yes
terday. Conductor Kachurlus, of the New
York. Ontario and Western railroad,
has resigned his position on that road
anil accepted a similar one on one of the
Mesdames Langman, Hockuday and
Adams left Tuesday morning for New
'"" ' on tneir way to r.ngiami,
where they will visit relatives.
l oui:st CITY.
On Friday. May 29 the Methodist
ladies will serve a supper In the base
ment of the parsonage.
Tlie district convention of the Pa
triotic Order, Sons of America will
meet her on July 1. The district Is
composed of the counties of Susque
hanna, Lackawanna and Wayne. A
free entertainment will be given In thfl
evening by Washington Camp, of For
The annual convention of the Sus
quehanna County Sunday School as
soc'atlon Is being held here today.
The dosing cxerclFV of the Forest
City graded schotd were held In the
Opera House Wednesday evening and
the programme announced In the Tri
bune was fully cnrled out. There was
n large attendance and everyone thor
oughly enjoyed the exorcises.
School closed yesterday for the Sum
Kntei prise Hose company has rec?lv
edah invitation to take part In a parade
to be held In Cnrbondale in connection
with the celebration at that place on
A Law and Order League was or
ganized at the Baptist church last
Monday evening. Another meeting
will be held on Monday evening next.
The league has for Its object the sup
pression of Sabbath desecration.
An entertainment and supper will be
held at the Presbyterian church next
Wednesday evening. Tickets will be
sold for the entrtalnment and supper
will be free.
T. P. McOormlck attended the Young
Men's Institute convention at Scranton
ns a delegate from Forest City Branch,
M. J. Welsh nnd John E. Bell were
delegates from Division No. 1, of this
place, to the A. O. 11. convention at
If the Bnby Is t utting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow':: Soothing Syrup has
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil
liens of Mother.-! for t:.eir Children
while TeethlnK, with Perfect Success.
It Soothes the Child. Softens the Gums,
.'.Hays all Pain; Cures Wind Colic and
U the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
By Druggists In every part of the world.
Be Bure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no oth?r
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle. M
The council held Its regular monthly
meeting Wednesday evening. Among
the important business was the accept
ing of the treasurer's bond for the sum
of SlO.niH) despite the protest of the In
vestigating cnniinittce, and the passing
of u motion to draw up nn ordinance
taxing all poles standing iu the bor
ough. The entertainment given by the Tou
hlll family for the btetellt ot the Merman
church Wednesday evening was indeed
one of the best ever given In our town.
The rare musical ability of this family
furnishes lots of enjoyment for muslc
lovers. The attendance was large.
It has at last been decided that the
culvert running under the sidewalk at
the low er end of the Johusou No. I prop
erty belongs to that property. For
some time back it bus been blocked and
consequently t. sitiewuik at this point
The committee in charge of the par
ade on the Fourth of July, met Tues
day evening. A large delegation from
the uitTeient societies was present.
.Messrs. William J. Williams. John D.
I Bray. John Sirwatku, Kdward J. Burke,
I and Thomas peach were apoluled ay a
! committee to solicit the town for tlre
j work and request each business man to
I decorate his place of business on that
Messrs. J. J. Buckley, V. J. Shannon
nnd A. .1. Healey are representing the tem
perance soiielle;' of this town at the Dio
cesan convention at Frce'iand.
A rt olion was tendered Itev. J. Jones
by his many friends, on Tuesday evening
at the Primitive Methodist parsonage. A
. e" u o.n e1""' '-"i n ii-iainni ami
the evening happily spent. Itefreshinenls
The Albion band attended the Moosie
fair on Wednesday evening and brouijilt
with them a large ileleKiilton from tills
The Ladles' Mlsisonury society was given
a rece;itlon at the home of Mrs. Janes
tiraham on Tuesday evening. The exil
ing was pleasantly spent and a neat sum
Air. and .Mrs. Theodore Hogan are re
johinx over the arrival of a daughter.
The St. Aloysius' foiiety will meet !n
thtlr rooms ut 'i u'clock on Sunday after
noon. .Miss Maggie Ackerman. of this place,
will be a member ot tiie Kiaduating cutis
of the l'luiuon high sctuol this veur
The .Moosle l'opuliirs Will meet the I'iits
lon City team on tne We.-t bide Driving
fu!klu: uiternoon. A spirited encounter
.Miss Jennie Newlln Is visiting friends in
The Daughters of Pocohontas will con
duet an ciiiert.ilnmt nt and lestleal In tlic
odd Fellows' hall on Monday evening.
There will be a social after the entertain
ment. Postmaster Fltzslmmons Is doing Jurv
duty this week.
'file SarsHcld Literary club hns offered
a prire of Sin for a tug-of-wtir between
the teams frtm the 0'Alea,Tlicr club of
brraiiton nnd the Henry Graltan club r..
Pltinton. The contest will lake place'; t
their mutual picnic r.t Miller's Orove, Muv
3d. The Grnttiina defeated the o'Meoplicr
some yearn ago and the eoTi'.ng conte.U
will create much Interest to those who at
tend. The Qrattan teum will comprise
the following: MRtt Daley, Oliver Burke,
.Ichn P. Ksrr.ty, Ar.drev Divers, .M. F
Gill, Martin Howley, J. H. Tljue. ltich.
ard Burge, Dolob (Jlennon and John Mo-Clave.
THE FUNNY SCORCHERS.
They Attempt lo ttidieule a t'ily Or
diuance and Laud in the Lockup.
The scorchers and their friends, the
fresh young bicyclists, became exceed
ingly funny Wednesday evening, and
started in to have a real good time,
but the police went thetu one better,
and by the time the police got through
with their turn in the fuii-makiiig. the
riders were sick of their undertaking,
and returned to their homes sadder but
The proclamation of the chief of po
lice. Issued a few days a'4. notifying bi
cyclists thut the ordinance governing
the riding of w heels within the city lim
its must be obeyed. I he indignant youths
have been planning bow to circumvent
and yet keep within the pale of the
law. Last evening, as if pre-arranged,
several hundred bicyclists nssembh d ut
dlficrent nluces and ubout N o'clock
rturted on their rounds of the city.
Some of them wore mining lamps,
others carried Chinese 1. interns; bi'r
hot lex with lighted candles stuck lu the
necks; barn und house lanterns; big
headlights, torches and lights of every
conceivable kind. Some of the riders
t arried sleigh bells, but the majority of
them were fitted out with heavy cow
bells, butchers' bells and lish horns.
The din und noise was something aw
ful. They rung their bells Incessantly,
tooteil their horns continually und made
night hideous with their fearful clatter.
After the business had become too
monotonous the police started out on
the war path and gathered In disturbers
of the peace us follows: A. Myrels. Jo
seph Kelley. H. li. Oriltln, J. I. C.elscr,
August Melhauscr, 11. Kenwoiihy. Hd
iiiund Nichols, Adum Kraft. John Sny
der and Fred Price.
The prisoners were fined $-' each and
costs by the mayor yesterday morning.
Died in u t'hnir.
Mrs. F.llsabctli Muddock died sud
denly Wednesday morning while sit
ting in a rocking chair at the home of
her son, William Dickson nt Htiulock
Creek. She Is survived by James and
Mapes Dickson, Mrs. John J. Cndwal
lader, uud Mrs. Martin Bubble, of this
Trying to Stive Nindish.
John T. Lena ha n. esq., left for Phila
delphia yesterday afternoon, where he
will argue the motion for a new trial
on the Wlndlsh case before the supreme
court. WIndish was convicted ot the
murder of his wife in Hughestown bo
rough. Dog t'nlchcrs ill Work.
The dog catchers captured three dos.
among them being a full blooded ptnr.
They will be kept 4S hours, and if not
reclaimed at the end of that time will
Pitt-ton Closing Movement.
The move for early closing was iiiHiig;
rated last night with a street parade, in
which li" dei'ks, the Leek Cornet bund
and the Star Drum corps participated. A
mass meeting addressed by prominent citi
zens concluded the demonstration. T1m
clerks epxeet to succeed, as they have pub
lic sentiment with them.
Memorial Day will be observed in the
usual way at this place. The Captain
K. J. It Ice Post, O. A. It., and Ladles'
Circle will meet at O. A. It. bull on
Main street Saturday afternoon, .May 30
at 1:30, sharp, nnd proceed from there
to Evergreen cemetery where they will
decorate the graves of our fallen
heroes. After the decoration services
the assembly will be addressed by Key.
Octette, of New Mllford, and Kev. Sor
rell, of Dulton. In the afternoon and
evening the Ladies' Circle of the Grand
Army of the Kopuhllu will serve Ice
cream and enke on Dr. E. T. Whenton's
luwn, ust below the cemetery.
Memorial services will be held at the
Methodist church Sunday, May 21th.
Rev. H. H. Wilbur will deliver tne
Memorial sermon. The Hice post and
Bice circle will attend services in a
Mr. and Mrs. William Bailey, of
Wilkes-Barre, visited friends In town
Jermyn base ball club nnd Keystone
team of this place played ball on Key
stone's grounds Wednesday. Score 17
to in favor of Keystone Academy.
Jesse D. Caryl, of Scranton, and Miss
Kdlth Miller, of this place, were mar
lied Thursday at the residence of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Caryl
huve a large circle of friends who Join
Inw shlng them a long life of happiness.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Baker are spend
ing a few days with their nous ut
H. L. Harding's residence presents a
very pretty uppearance with Its new
coat of paint.
Mrs. Surah Klce circle holds Its last
regular meeting Saturday evening,
Muy 2:1. F.very member is requested to
Tunkhnnnock and Keystone academy
will cross-buts 011 Keystone grounds,
Saturday at 2:30.
Mm m A
can now wear a collar as snctlcss as
that of the man in a dress coal. How
ever dirty his work, the workman can
have a clean collar every day witb
out cost if lie wears tbc
It can be cleaned in u twinkling by
the wearer, with n wet cloth or sponge.
It combines satisfaction, economy und
comfort. No frayed ethics to chafe
the neck. The '''Celluloid" collars
mid cuffs are the genuine iutcrlittcd
poods with a "Celluloid" surface and
bear the above mark. They are water
proof. All others are imitations. If
your furnisher docs not keep thctn
send to us direct. Collara, 30c. eacll.
Cuffs, 40c. pnir postpaid.
TUB CELI.t t.OII) COMPANY,
S APO L I O 'tiSLSSE
L0B3'5 BOOK FRIHG
"o "11 scC'reru cf l:KNm.'SOF YOl' I",
iprfT VlUt'R ic.i.l u:si:.Sl'.: OK AUK A...:
VtOMLK. t.t.4 i RgL...; eiuil: brand; ft'.-oarc't
imlsrt and 111 Ui Ir.'n. 'iroi''mnt uvmii
tri. t'.jr lie.fli'iitla', a; .1 n 1 1'ttv iiaick r-.ire
;'.). ntit-l ', Mm t pr uj iAuHuj, I
v.li (mlllTel ouin oj. .'rite or cth,
D I 349 N- 19th St PI llndn , Pn
atuIUSiw yoitri' coiiUunutu praaUc.
' 7 HU
.The influence of women upon th
civilization ot the world, could never
Because of her, thrones have been
established and destroyed. The liakU
of her eye, the touch of her hand, nnd
we have th marvellous power of
women, glorious iu the possesion of
perfect physical heuUu.
Lydia, E. Pinkhaui, by her wonder
ful ducovery of the
" Vegetable Com
pound," bus done
much to place this
great power iu
the bunds of
She has lifted
of the misery
all the evils
The " Vege
table C 0111
stroys despondency, cures backache,
strengthens the muscles, restores the
womb to iU normal condition, and yotl
are chauged from a physical wreok to
tho joy of your home and friends.
By "the way the leading druggist
tell us that the demand for Lydia H
Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound U
simply beyond their power of under
standing, and what is best of all, U
docs the work and cures where the
bubt physicians utterly fail.
ROOMS I AND 2, C0.H1TH B'L'O'G,
MADK AT MOOSIC AND RUSH
LAFLIM & RAND PUWDGR CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Ttattorlcfl, Klortrlrt Csuloilers, for tx
plotii in blust.s, SuL'ty Fiisd . d
Repaano Chemical Co. 's explosives,
E. ROBINSON'S SOUS'
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
100,000 Barrels per Annum
CN THE LINE CF THE
!I PACfPIC 0
are locateil the llnest llhin,-r nnd huntlti,;
Miotm.la In the world. Descriptive boolta
011 application. Tickets to all points In
Maine, CiinaUa anil Maritime Provinces.
Miniicupoli;', St. I'iiMl. Canadian an.l
t'nlter r.i:ite?i Northwest. Vnnvouver,
t-i-attle, 'lacoma, Portland, Ore., San
ass miw, ana Uinin? usrs
attaclied to all throught traina. Tourist
cam fully titled with bodiliiur. onrtiittiM
and specially atiapted to wiintrt of families
may be had with second-class tickets.
Kites always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tablus, eto.,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER. G. E. A.,
353 Broadway, New York.
mi.ilKG. tLSSTHG SPORTING
:ntlfacturocI nt the Wapwnlloi)on Mills,
Luaerne county, I'ii., and al Wll
HENRY BELSN, Jr.
General Agent for tho Wyoming District.
118 WYOMING AVCM'H. Scranton, Pa.
Third National Eanlt Kulldlr.B.
Tiros. roni. iMttston. r.i.
,K)IIX 1?. PMIT'l A' ft(i. i'lymou'.h. Va.
V.. W. MI'l.l.KJA.V, WilU'M-ltcrre. I'.i.
Akciui for tho ltcpatiuu Ciieuiiual Cuni
Itny's liltli Kxpioi'ivt.
WILLIAM S KILUR,
Alderman Etii Ward, Scranton
ROOM3 4ANO 5
OAS AND WATtifl CO. CUil.D.Na,
CCEKER WYOillKG AYS. AilD lEiuER ST.
OFWCn KOUrt9 frc a 7.ro a. m. ta 9 p.
tn. (l hour IntormlhKluii for dinner a.ij
' Particular Attention Given to Collections.
Prompt rettlcmcut UufirnriccU. Your BuU
DtM U KupccUuliy Sotleltei. 'IcUpliune 134.
mV. HDD BLASTING
m li 1
FOR THE WEEK
Monday, May 18,
SPECIAL BARGAINS AT
400 AH3 4C2
60 niece. Rlwhnt Toweliiig LiD-n
fl'iwued, ii'.ia'.ity. only jjc
SU piarrs r.eiarirnn liaht ShlrtiiiK
I itnibric, bti unlity, ouly ajc
5 piecen henvv t-reiini Shaker
Flauurl. ii.!qu.lity. only i;
18piecn (! , I tr Mum in, es ra
Bowl 7c quaiily, only jlc
Ti rie.'eH iaU. l.iu.n. bleachxd, '
uiihltv:.li u umi tttrkey red,
wortB ic to We yra, ouly jjc
18 piow, JjpuneHO Dre-s snt, nT
l atterci, wurth uoc yard, ouly...ic
K pan Lane ('nrtaiaa. 3U yards
'on, worth fSM p.ir. oi1ly....$i.So
Curt.a i'olrg and triniining. ad
eiiui plots, extra quality worth
SOc, only jg
CO pairs Laeo Oiirtd-'S, S yards
lour, worth fl.tU pair, ouly 70c
All our Dren Unr.il, -l!mg at 3Ue
to 45c yard, reduced to. ..joc
Special in Our 25: D'parlmin;
For Monday only. w will placo
on a 13 difteruut Sir artinlea ut
lL'tn en. h. Ku ui.ire. toau 2 ut
ouch tu may onti peraou.
100 ITmhrelUa, worth l OO.at
HO UuibrolUs. worth 11.50, at.
. lifauts' Weir.
1 eai Infanta' Luc 3
A(( an1 A( I
uim tua uavivavvaiiiia nvc. mi
We Have Never
ttiffETS Ml M
Tbat approached the present one in every desirable quality,
the colorings are richer and patterns more artistic, variety
greater and values far beyond anything we ever did.
Draperies and Upholstery
Our Decorators are practical men, of long experience,
formed' employed in the Largest Houses in New York ;
they will pencil you a sketch, or give you original drawings
in colors while you wait, aud be helpful to you in harmoniz
ing Wall Papers, Carpets aud Furniture.
Opposite Wain f-'ntrnrce
to tlie Wyoming Housa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGS
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturer of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Qsneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
I ITTI P HPI orni TMTQ
3 , i
At our store wi'l save anywhere from $1.00 to $5.00. We
stnte this as a fact, not as an idle boast. Go around and see
what kind of a suit you can get for $9.50 at the other stores,
then come here aud get the same thing exactly for $7.00.
More important still, if you haven't got the money, we
will trust you. Any honest man's credit is good in this
store. We will sell him stylish clothes and he can pay for
them a little at a time, and he can enjoy the pleasures that
good clothes afford all the time he is paying for them. Come
in and talk to us about it. I
" ffcsSee Monday's Sale in Sunday's Papers.
i .", Ti!, to " e'eh. ouly . 15c U(i
l.',Ioien CUdim' Whita Uroawa Jlil
"Will TO-, only m0Q
ftv Infants' I.o.ik- CaiUiEoraflnaka.
r ? "'''"""lered, worth 1 IS
to l.n, oaljr , Si.as
U.AJ."01'"4 "'y''- worth to
eaco. your vboio.at $i.ou
Cioik D pirtmsat.
ZOO dozen Ladira' l.aandred Shirt
Wai.tt. spsei.l IMc quality, far 40c
Nw mora than S to any one paraoa.
SO Ladies' aud Mluss' all wool
cloth Capet, worth II. To. only .. .7c
SO Ladies' ani aliases' Silk Cupss.
extra good worth, $5.00 to KT4.
Lidies Farnlshlag Gmjs.
I can Ladies' Una Ribbed Teatr,
worth ItkL only 150
100 dozen I ultra' Night Uavras,
worth Si K to tl.T'i. only 90c
K dazen Idtd.ea' Night Uowua,
worth Sl.oo, only 60c
Giali' FurnisbiQg Goods.
I rasa Oenta' Has Ribbed Shirts
and Drawers, extra good (Vo
quality, at , 30c
1 asm Gents' Balbriiccau Shirts
and Trawera, worth 3V, at 30c
dents' 2!o Suspenders, at iifec
Telephone Call 5154,
Offered a Line of
408 Lackawanna Avenue.
Kach cent and each dollar
saved on clothes helps to buy
something else. In the course
of a year a man will be able
to save a good many dollars
if he is careful to buy at the
store where prices are always
lowest and qualities are never
slighted. The man who buys
225, 227 ani 218
ran, son & oi,