Newspaper Page Text
THE SCBANTON TK1BUITE TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1896.
: : ' " '
Hovto Cure Yourself
In nil forms of stomach troubln Mun
yon'e lyniinilu Cute will promptly cure
where there are such symptoms as pain or
Boreiieis In the stomach, indigestion or dis
tress after eat ins, pressure and fullness in
ttie stomach, shortness of breath, poor ap
petite, ooaleU tongue, sour or bitter rais
ing from the stomach, heartburn, wind on
the Btomarh, constipation, duxlnvss, falnt-nt-ss
ami lost energy.
When these symptoms are associated
with biliousness, yellow-coated tongue,
nausea, bitter taste in the mouth and sal
low skin take Munyon's Liver Cure in al
ternation vith the Dyspepsia Cure, an hour
apart. Where thre is obstinate constipa
tion keen the bowels open once a day by
usinj Munyon's Constipation Cure until
tlicy become regular under the effect of
of the ly.pepsia Cure. When there are
troubleocme heart symtoms alternate
Munyon's Heart Cure with the Dyspepsia
Cure. If there Is great nervousness or
Inability to sleep, alternate Munyon's
Nerve Cure with the Dyspepsia Cure. If
the blood la poor In quality alternate Mun
yon's Blood Cure and Dyspepsia Cure. Uy
this pltm of treatment one can eradicate
the worst forms of stomuch troubles and
their complications, and make the cure
A separate specific for each disease. Sold
by ull druggists, mostly for 25 cents a bot
Personal letters to Professor Munyon,
1S0S Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., an
ewovil with free medical advice for any
Readers wtll please not that advertise.
ments. orders for Job work, and Items for
publication left at the establishment of
Bhannop & Co., newsdealers. North Mnln
atreet, will receive prompt attention; of
Uce open from I a. m. to 10 p. m.)
SKIPPED WITH TWO WATCHES.
An lupoid llourd Bill Lett livhiiid by
John Hausen, of Seventh avenue, and
August Oorhardt, of .South Main street,
ore mourning the loss of their watches.
which are now mlHsing because of their
putting; too much trust in a supposed
John Smith la the name the man went
by In this city. He had been here a
month and was In search of work, be-
ing a watchmaker by trade. He was
unable to get a place, however, and so
decided to go Into business In a small
way for himself. Several persons be
came Interested In him and he seemed to
he getting along very well.
About two weeks ago he engaged a
boarding place at the Lackawanna
house. While here the two watches he
made off with were given him to re
pulr. Lost week he left this city, say
Ing he was going to Scranton for a few
days, but would be back Saturday
When Saturday came and he failed to
show up, the men became alarmed and
made an Investigation. Then It wns
found that he had packed up nnd gone
forever. Constable Moran has a war
rant now and Is looking for the thief.
lie also left an unpaid board bill.
DID THE BOSS INJURE HIM ?
Serious Charges IKadc Aguiiist
Nicholas Stallano, a little Italian boy,
lies in a very precarious condition at his
home, his Illness caused by the violent
manner In which he was handled oy a
The little fellow was employed at the
Coalbrook breaker. A short time ago
the bosses were changed and he did not
get along very well with the new one.
Once, when lie thought the little lad
was not doing his work properly, he
picked him up, kicked him violently and
threw him to the ground. Soon after
that the little fellow cays he was taken
Kick ami Is now lying In a critical condi
tion with peritonitis, which may have
hem caused by the manner In which he
DRANK WASHING FLUID.
Thought It Mas Root Heer--.o
Michael Campbell Is congratulating
himself on his good fortune In escaping
from a terrible death on last Saturday.
Mr. Campbell drank a large cupful of
washing lluid, but an antidote was ad
ministered in time and his life saved.
Mr. Campbell, after returning from
work went Into the cellar after some
root beer which he hau In some Jars.
By mistake he poured out a cup of
washing fluid which was in the same
. kind of Jurs. As he was very thirsty
he did not notice his mistake until he
had swallowed nearly all of it. Dr.
Wheeler, who responded to the hasty
summons, administered an antidote and
Mr. Campbell Is none the worse today.
INJURED BY THE CARS.
John McDonald Hult'er from a Pain
A painful accident wns sustained yes
terday morning by John McDonald, of
Sand street. The accident occurred at
the Powderly mines where Mr. McDon
ald is employed. He was driving a
horse attached to a gravity car when he
was thrown beneath it by a stumble.
He was very fortunate, however, as the
cars only passed over his leg.
The car which was derailed was not
loaded or the Injury would have proved
more serious. As It Is his leg s badly
cut and bruised. The unfortunate man
was taken home In an ambulance and
Dr. J. S. Nlles summoned, who made
him as comfortable as possible.
Hand in a Wringer.
A little son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
GREAT SALE OF BODY
We have no fortune to give away,
but we guarantee you goods at less
than any other house in the trade.
Your choice from our stock, which la
complete at ,
v $100 Per Yard.
Remember we don't reserve any
thing These goods consist of all the
leading make. Come early and make
J. SCOTT INQLI5,
CARPETS AND VjALL PAPER
419 Usksxssna Ava.
Kirk wood, of River street, was badly I
hurt yesterday morning, his hand being
caught In the cog wheels of a clothes
wringer and badly crushed.
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
Mrs. Stephen Histed. of Waymart. Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Katherine
May, on Thorn street.
Thomas Tucker and wife, of Wllkes-
Barre, are the guests of Charles Tucker,
on Darte avenue.
Mrs. M. Riley and son. Charles, of
Lake Como, are visiting Mrs. A. Moran,
on the West Side.
Miss Pearl Giles, of Brook street. Is
visiting Mrs. Cora Folley, of Aldenvllle,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bassett and chil
dren were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ueorge S. Kimball at their Crystal
Lake cottage Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Evans and Mrs.
Davis, of Denver, Colo., have taken up
their residence In this city.
James Courtney and son, James, jr..
were In Dundaff Saturday, the guests
of the former's daughter, Mrs. William
Miss Hattie Cooper, of Scranton, Is
the guest of the Mlxses Annie and Hat
tie Hutchins, of Washington street.
Mr. and Mrs. Roach, of New York
city, are visiting the latter's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Byrne, of Washington
Mrs. Franklyn.who has been the guest
of Mrs. J. R Van Bergen, has returned
to Ureen Ridge. Mrs. J. R. Fordham la
expected today to spend a fortnight
with Mrs. Van Bergen.
Mr. and Mrs. Leman Carey and
daughter, Florence, are spending some
time with relatives in Scott.
Mrs. John Moore has returned to her
home In New York after a week's visit
with Mrs. John Lynch, of Park street.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker and fami
ly, of Jermyn, are the guests of Mrs.
linker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Rob
inson, of Robinson avenue. 1
W. H. C.rltman, of the Leader, left
Saturday for a short vacation, during
which time he will visit Richmond,
Washington, Norfolk and Old Point
Miss Lillian Slauson, of Port Jervls,
who has been visiting Miss Kllzabeth
(tumuer. of Hotel Anthracite, has re
Mrs. F. J. Thomas has returned home
after a two weeks' visit at Lake Idle
wild. Miss Jean Smith, of Ninth avenue,
has accepted a position with the Hen
drlck Manufacturing company.
Miss Sadie Quinlan, of Pike street.
was the guest of her parents at Keene's
Miss Frances Rix, of New York city,
Is the guest of Miss Josephine Burr.
Andrew (irlggs, of Wisconsin, Is vis
itlng his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlln
Urlggs, of this place.
Miss Lizzie Stanton, of Providence, la
visiting Mrs. Frank Pierce, on Blrkett
Mrs. Alice Thompson Kstahrook re
turned to her home yesterday after a
visit- -with her mother, Mrs. Mary
Thompson, Park stref t.
Miss Florence Stewart, of Susquehan
na. Is spending a week with her cousin,
Miss May Timer, on Wyoming street.
Mrs. Surah Fowler will leave soon for
Boston, where she will spend the sum
mer with a friend.
Mrs. Carrie Writer, of Jackson, spent
Sunday with friends in this city.
Frank Stoutlnger, master mechanic
on the Ontario and Western railroad
returned Saturday night from West Vi
enna, N. i., where he witnessed a gov
ernment test of dynamite shells. He
will witness another test in the near
Professor W. P. Gregory has accepted
the position of general manager for
an entertainment to be given for the
benefit of the base ball club. It will be
given In the opera house Friday even'
ing, June 19.
Miss Grace Williams, of Salem ave
nue, fell down stairs Saturday evening
and sprained her ankle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schubmehl return
ed home yesterday after an extended
visit In New York state.
J. J. O Malley culled on friends at
South Scranton Sunday evening.
The lad leg cf the Susquehanna Avenue
Baptist thuirh held an Ice cream and
strawberry social In the vestry of the
church last evening. Quite a large
sum wls realized.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler, of
Scranton, sient Sunday with Mrs. M. B.
Hull in Blnkely.
Miss Kate B. Reese, of Jermyn, called
on her many friends In town yesterday,
Simon Snook has returned home from
a visit at Factoryvllle.
Harry Forbes and Miss Mame Tim
mons, of Carbondale, called on friends
at this place Sunday.
R D. Ensign returned to Binghamton
yesterday after spending a few days
with his parents in Blakely.
Mlas Minnie Mason has resigned her
position at E. J. Barthold's Ready Pay
(Joiner Reese, ex-postmnster of this
place. Is on duty owing to the Illness of
Miss Mary Carabine, who was quite ser
lously hurt in the Btreet car accident
Mrs. Thomas Letts, of Blakely, Bpont
yesterday with her brother In Provi
dence, who Is very ill.
William Hoys defeated Edward GUI
honly In a game of quoits Saturday by
a score of! to 34. Gillhooly had a start
of five rolnts.
John Brennan and James McAndrew,
of Avoca, were callers In town yester
Last evening a large number of Re
publicans of the borough assembled at
Mahon's hall and organized a political
club to be known as the McKlnley Club.
S. J. Matthews was chosen chairman
and W. W. Jones, secretary; John Pick
ering, treasurer. The matter of electing
a vice president was laid over till a fu
ture meeting. A committee consisting
of the chairman, secretary and Joseph
L. Davis were appointed to draw up a
set of resolutions to be presented at the
next meeting. W. H. Davis and Thomas
Weaver were named as a committee to
secure speakers. Caleb Jones and
George Hoyes were appointed as a press
committee. Adjourned to meet at the
call of the chair. A large number of Re
publicans have their names enrolled.
ARC I! BALD.
The school board met last evening for
the purpose of transacting the. unfin
ished business of the last meeting and
fixing the tax levy for the coming year.
President Barrett presided and all mem
bers were present. Professor Davis
suggested that the board take advant
age of the act of the last legislature al
lowing school districts to levy a tax not
exceeding one mill for the purpose of es
tablishing and maintaining a school li
brary. He called attention to the bene
fits of the present library .maintained by
the school entertainments, and he ex
pressed a belief that Its good Influences
would be largely Increased by the opera
tion of the new law, ' The directors,
while favoring the law, thought it un
wise to Increase the tax at this time,
when the schools are overcrowded and
It may be necessary to enlarge the
buildings. The matter was then al
lowed to rest and Mr. Myers' motion
that the rate be the same as last year.
18 mills, was adopted. The committee
appointed to examine the exoneration
list of the tax collectors reported that
the list had been approved. The report
was received and the committee dis
charged. President Barrett then ap
pointed the following committees: Edu
cation, Beck, McAndrew, O'Rourke;
supplies. Price. Toolin and O'Horo;
building, Probst. Myers and Barrett
After fixing the first Monday of every
month the regular meeting night, the
The game of ball on the Silk Mill
flats Saturday between the Honesdale
and ahite Mills teams resulted In a
victory for our boys. Score, 17 to 8.
Will Kimble Is visiting his father.
Miss Mame Powell has returned home
for the summer.
Rev. John N. Lewis leaves for Harris-
burg this morning to attend the dio
Burt Wickwlre and Melvin Tappan,
of Carbondale, came over to Honesdale
on their wheels Saturday.
Two Port Jervls men were In Hones
dale on a Columbia tandem on Sunday.
The twenty-first annual commence
ment of the high school takes place in
Central theater June 11, when twenty
one scholars will receive their diplomas
The class motto Is "Plus Ultra," colors
red and black and the programme Is as
follows: Invocation, Rev: J. N. Lewis;
music by orchestra: oration, (saluta
tory'). "Political Crimes of the Nine
teenth Century." Wlllard James Bird-
sail; essay, "Fading and Falling," The
resa B. Soete; essay, "The Mission of
Nations," Cora Lillian Watts; essay.
'Some Needs of Honesdak" Margaret
M. McLaughlin; music by orchestra;
oration. "A Nation Without a Heart."
Moses Jacobs: essay, "Effect of x-Jnvlr-
oninent on American Poets." Wllhelm-
Ina Smith; essay, (valedictory), "X-
Rays." Sadie O'Connell; music by or
chestra; presentation of diplomas; bene
diction. ( Equal honors). The rest of
the graduation essays and orations are
as follows: Essays, "A Day In Rome,"
Carrie B. Stephens; "Home Is Home, Be
It Ever So Homely," Mary Berenada
Soete; "Books in Running Brooks," Car-
lie Elizabeth Gregory: "Horses of His
toric Fame," Edith Luella Eck; "Yes
terday, Today and Tomorrow," Bertha
Frankel Fuerth; "The Progress of Our
Country," Edwin Parnell K 11 roe. Ora
tions, "Causes of Hard Times," William
J. Schoonover; "The Purification of Poll-
tics," James Joseph Rellly; "Some
Causes of Poverty," Edward Elmer
Kinsman; "Our Publie Lands," James
Campbell Crossley; "Benjamin Disra
eli," Clarence Jay Knapp; "After the
Fire, Stillness," Howard J. Wilcox;
"Are Republics Ungrateful," Francis
Sylvester Drumm; "Hidden Treasures,"
Grace Alice Whitney. On account of
the large number In the class it was de
cided to select seven to read their pa
pers. The annual sermon was preached
by Rev. C. A. Benjamin In the Method
ist Episcopal church Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Jenkins, of Pitts
ton, spent Sunday at the home of their
son Corey. ..
The Delaware and Hudson mines
started on half time here again yester
day. Robert Westlake, of Dallas, was a cal
ler In town on Sunday.
Mrs. W. F. Kllhour, of Philadelphia, Is
visiting here parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
A. F. Klrzer called on his parents at
Kingston last Sunday.
The Olyphant Standard Cornet band
will give an open air concert on the
veranda of the Harrison House on Fri
day evening, under the leadership of
Mrs. Mitchell and daughter Pearl, of
Scranton; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cobb, of
Carbondale; Mrs. Cobb, of Holllsterville,
and Miss Ketchum, of Hemlock Creek,
were the guests of Mr. and Mis. J. P.
Holllstcr last Sunday.
Peter liolls. of Jessup, a young man,
was arrested last Sunday evening by
Police Ofllcer Edward Brady and held In
the lockup all night for entering the
premises of B. K. Benjamin on Main
street and destroying some shrubbery.
He was given a hearing before Burgess
Hathaway yesterday morning. The ex
pense was $4. GO.
Mrs. William Sykes, of Green Ridge;
William Pyne, of Dunmore; Mrs. Minor
Conners and Mrs. Norrls Burdlck, of
Unlondale. spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. P. Snedlcor
Mrs. Flora Flosafleld, who has been
visiting relatives In town for thefpast
week, returned to her home at Philadel
The Moosic Populars met the Scran
ton Sunsets on the West Avoca grounds
on Sunday afternoon and the contest
proved one of the most exciting games
of the season. In the beginning the
Populars outmastered the visiting team
and when the score stood 9 to 1 In favor
of the former, the visitors began to feel
themselves at home and did excellent
work until they brought the score up
to 9-10. it was then the excitement
took place as to which side would come
off victorious. Had the man cn third
base come in, the Sunsets would have
carried off the trophy but the Populars
did not allow this and so became con
querors. It was a game that pleased
every one present and although a de
feat to the visitors they won the ad
miration of the spectators for the bril
liant game they played. Considerable
dissatisfaction prevailed In regard to
the partiality shown the Scranton team
by the umpire, and he was recalled.
Frank Parks, of this place, took the
field and umpired the remainder of the
The death of May, the 3-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Coleman,
occurred on Saturday afternoon after
a few days', illness of membranous
croup. Deceased was a bright little
child and the parents are grief stricken
over Its early demise. The funeral took
place yesterday afternoon. Interment
was made In St. Mary's cemetery.
Mrs. S. Hives left on Saturday to
spend a few months with friends In
J. J. Morahan Is representing the An-
When you take Hood's Pills. Th "big, old-fashioned,
sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to
pieces, are not In It with Hood's. Easy to take
and easy to operate, Is true
of Hood's Pills, which ore
up to date In every respect
Safe, certain ami iur. Ail
druggist. 26o. 0. 1. Hood Co., Lowell, Mm
The only Fills to take with Hood's BarupuUla.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
clent Order of Hibernian society of this
town in the Wllliainsport convention
No. 3 school will close today.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas John, formerly
of this town, and at present residing In
Rlchmondale, spent last week with
friends In town, previous to their de
parture for Europe, where they will
spend the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mitchell, of the
West Side, are rejoicing over the arrival
of a son.
The members of the Presbyterian
church will celebrate the second anni
versary of Rev. A. J. Weisley's pastor
ate on Monday, June 15. The afternoon
will be devoted to the children and the
evening to older members of the con
gregation. Refreshments will be served
In the basement by the Ladles' Mis
Carmalt Rose, of Binghamton rode
overon Sunday mounted upon his white
flyer. He reports the snake Creek road
a sea of mud.
Commissioner T. W. Atkinson, of Clif
ford, has returned to Montrose after
having spent a week at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kinney are spend
ing a few days with relatives at Lacey
vllle. They will return on Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. Nevins, who have been
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Guy, re
turned to their home at Jersey City, this
A. Avery and W. Erlengerger spent
Sunday at Rush.
Montrose, like all provincial boroughs,
has her fads and eccentricities. This
year a ruling passion Is dally exhibited
In a mammoth scraper, which drawn by
four well groomed horses, goes up one
street and down another. Woe be unto
anything which lies along the roadside.
This modern Invention seems to have a
particular afllnlty for huge clods of sod
and large stones for It leaves them on
top every time and the result Is obvious.
Some time before the fall rains set In
It will perhaps be safe to trust an ordin
ary light spring wagon or buggy on
these upheaved streets, but until the
good kind farmers with their heavy
farm wagons have traveled our streets
enough so that the barnacles shall have
been down trodden we will walk. Great
are the modern road Bcrapers.
This afternoon before Justice of the
Peace Courtright appeared Patrick Gor
man, whose left ear hung upon his
head In shreds. A few moments later
Chief of Police White entered with Wll
liam Kelley, who looked as If he had
stood before the breastworks of General
Weyler and last but nevertheless a de
cldedly respectable looking man, James
Curley. They were charged with dls
orderly conduct under the borough or
dlnance, and In short order paid fines
amounting to $21. DO. A strange part of
the proceeding was that Curley paid the
fine Imposed on Kelley. The men all
hall from Middletown and It was stated
that he difficulty begun when Curley
remarked that he could lick any man
In the crowd. Later Gorman caused
Kelley to be arrested on a serious charge
of mayhem and Curley on a charge of
assault and battery. Justice Warner
held Kelley In $400 bail and Curley In
$100. Patrick Kane became bondsman
for both. Kelley ard Curley are from
Middletown, this county, while Gorman
lives in Silver Lake, and formerly re
sided In Binghamton.
Good veal calves brought four cents
in the local shipping market today.
The general condition of the meadow
lands in this vicinity is such that the
amount of hay cut will be very slight.
As a result many farmers are resorting
to such expedients as millett, Hungarian
grass and sowed corn.
EVA M. HETZEL'S
Superior Fac? Bleach
Posltlvelj Removes All Facial Blemishes,
Azalea Fact Powder la superior to any fact
powder ever inauufautured. Used nnd com
mended bv leading- soci-tv and professional
beauties, because it gives tho best poraible
effect and never leaves the skin rough or
brnty. i-rire ai cents.
Thrlxoecne. Nature's Hair Grower, Is tho
greatest uair inrlgorator of the present pro.
irremive ave. belli imrolv a vegetable com
pound, entirely hai mli as. and niurreloua in
t s beneficent effects. Ail diseases nt the uair
an 1 walp are readily cured bv the una of
t nrixngene. rno dip cents aim i r or sale
t t , M. H"tzel s Hair-dressing and Mnnloaro
parlor, 880 Lackawanna ave. and N 1 Lao
liii - Building, Wilkes-Barre, Hail orders
Coal of the best quality for domestic use
and of all sizes. Including Buckwheat ami
Blrdseye, delivered in any part of the city
at the lowest price.
Orders received at the Office, first floor.
Commonwealth building, room No, 6;
telephone No. 2024 or at the mine, tele,
phono No. 272, will be promptly attended
to.Dealers supplied at the mine.
fMUftin n da a fallible.
WO purest orugi uww dv un xi juu wvt u. gv
Dr. PeaPo Pennyroyal Pillo
Thov an vmmpt, imfs ana
Per sal by JOHN H. PHELPS,
s9u A SB aV a9
Mrs. Andrew Kennedy, of Peckvllle,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
The old No. 1 school building has
been purchased and is being repaired
by Mr. Richards.
Mr. Schlager and family, of Scranton,
spent Sunday at the home of Rudolph
Work on J. W. Thornton's new house
is being rapidly pushed forward.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Drake attended the
funeral of her father In Nicholson on
John Hessler, of Wilkes-Barre, was
a caller In town Sunday.
Miss McMilan, of West Plttston, Is
Visiting at the home of John McCiindle
on Main street.
Charles Brodhead and family spent
Sunday at the home of E. Brodhead on
Piles! Plica! Itching Piles'.
Symptoms Moisture; Intense Itching
and stinging; most at night; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tu
mors form, which often bleed and ulcer
ate, becoming very sore. Swayne's
Ointment stops the itching and bleed
ing, heals ulceration, and In most rases
removes me tumors. At Oruggtsts, or
by mntl. for B0 tents. Dr. Swayn ft
When Daliy was sick, we gave her Cantoris,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she becamo JIUsa, aha cluug to Castorla.
When she had Children, sue gave tkeiu Castorla,
I$IW$ what ail$ you?
Hare you a feel
ing of weight in '
the Stomach i
ing of Wind
Vomltlniof Food i
Heartburn Bad Taste in the Mouth,
In the Morning Palpitation ( the
f Heart, due to Distension of Stomach :
Cankered Mouth Gas in the Bowels
I "(pressed, Irritable Condition of the 1
l Mind Dizziness Headache Con
stipation or Diarrhea? Then you have '
! in of Its many form. The one positive J
'cure fur tblsdlstrculai complaint It
Mitfs Dyspepsia Carets
by moil, prepaid, on receipt of 25 cento.
Pmitilifl RtwafT. Hotfl liutMtrlnl. War 1
Yrk, wn: 1 iiim-reti horribly iroin y. (
w)iti:i, fmt Arkfr'e Tablets, taken aiter ,
meals, navu cureU me." i
I Acker Medicine Co., 10-18 Chsmbera St, K. T.
WILLIAM S MILLAR,
Alderman 8th Ward, Scranton
ROOMS 4 AND 9
OAS AND WATER CO. BUILDINO,
CORNER WYOMING AVE. AND CENTER ST.
OFFICE HOURS from 7.30 a. m. to 9 p.
m. (1 hour Intermission for dinner and
Particular Attention (liven to Collections.
Prompt s-ettlctntnt Uuaranteed. Your Bust,
ness is Respectfully Solicited. Telephone 134.
CALL UP 3632:
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
Ml TO 151 MERIDIAN STREET.
M. W. COLLINS, Manager.
Removes Freckle, Fimpfot,
LI'or . Koks. kucl.hcsdi',
Sunburn and Ton, tnd
teres tho tUIn, to its o'l il-
iial freshness, prnducin:; a,1
clear and hcarthy eo-u
preparations and pt'rfectly
uruggtets, or mailed io: Ciou
hrm'?fB. At. all
bLiid for circular.
VIOLA 8KIN SOAP ''"P'T IwonpaiaMs a a
tWa purl!) lag Suap, urnnnlt Ibr tho tnilrt, ai.l with-it a
ilval tor Urn nurTT. AbaoIairW aura and delicately laell.
caut. Atdranrnn, Price a v-fnw.
S. C. BITTNEH& CO., Totsoo, O.
For sale oy MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN H. PHELPS, Scranton. Pa.
CaDCMtD VMS HiaxrsT Meoieai Atrrrioitrm-
Sastmma inn an
llbRUnWHEi Tilla MENTHOI
1 oil lch win euro toil a
wonderful lnnn to aiitTirT)
from Colds, Sore Th mitt,
or II A k FEVEIl. siwi.
immediate ritltf. Anenlcicn
In pocket. rM? to Htm on Utxt IndlcLition or cola.
SatiifacUoTipiarantecdorTOOTicy refunded. Price.
O rta Trful froo nt DmwrMt. Reclstored mail.
SO cenU, It D. CL'inaiH, klr.,llurw Riiera, Mich., U. 8. 1
PsIFWTMfn hi rout and safrnt remedf for
Rfavusi, old SnrM, Hums, Cuifl. Wander Ail re;
?ty Mr PlfiKf. Price, ?."(. nt I) nig- DAI
-inuor by mail prcnhi, ildvtPnntMvi. Or f
For sale by MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN H. PHELPS. Scranton. Fa.
nth 1f wgntotlofl nradlelne. Onlf harulMial
esrtaln In malt. The ssialnt (Dr. Fsal's) smt disss
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming A ttroand
FOR 6NE WEEK ONLY,
COratlKC UY. JUNE 8. i
Every person making a purchase to the J
amount 01 $2 will be presented
with a sterling silver pen
and pearl holder or
pencil, worth $1, at
400 AND 402
250 t-ailiea' Umhrollaa, a'wortol fancy
handlra, worth 8I.U1 to Si m.
Sale Price, $1.00
HO dm La.lles' Laiimlored Shirt Walate,
60c aud Wc quality. Sale Price, 33c
iSdciz 1 adloj' I.aundsrel Shirt Waists,
worth Hoc to J Ui, Sale Price, 73c
28 doa Ladies' Wramwra, all kinds, as
sorted, worth Sl.Oj, 81. W. Sl.iV
Sale Price, 80c
M dosin Children's Fancy Ginnham
Dressei, worth Joe to sc eaoh
Sale Price, 43c
22 Ladien' Bliirt. Brilliantin-. ete.
worth S5.00 to f. ."id, Sale Price, (j.30
211 Ladies' Skirts, Uam, w -rth tV-Uw,
Sale Price, $1.73
63 Ladies' Capes, assorted, worth $1 in,
Sale Prke, 73c
100 plwjos Apron Olnuhaini. wnr'h ilea
rard, Sale Price, a)4c
loi piecos Dimities and Bathts w irth
1 0 a yard. Sale Pries, aljc
t ba!o Unbleached H Sheetin r. wvth
7c a yard. Sale Pricj, 3c
40 pleoea Toll Da Nord Drw( nu
haws, worth lOo a yard Sale Price, 6 He
The Rush is here. Best reasons, too. The peo
ple have found out that our store is the place
FOR CARPET BUYERS.
We have the goods and the prices are right,. .
and naturally they are here after them.
In ereater vanetv than ever. Chinese Mflttino-s f mm
$4 a roll, containing 40 yards. Japanese Mattings
in all the novelties. Plain Mattings with inlaid figures,
elaborate Carpet Patterns and all desirable colors.
S. G. KERMQN & GO
Opposite Main Entrance
to the Wyoming House,
Branch at Carbondale.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
8CRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA Manufacturers) of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines. Boilors.
HOISTING AND PUUPING MACHINERY.
OcMi-ai Offk: SCRANTON, PA.
ECONOMY'S Premlnai Sale- The ) Premium
From June 5 to July 4. ECONOMY'S J Sale,
giiimmi iiiiiliiimiiiii.i.....mi From Jung s tffl July
QflQ the Seasonable s with our compliments,
a UGC bargains. . we give.
3 THB S Purchase
I THE A Rustic Table with $10.00
ECONOMY A Rug with 15.00
offers the balance A Read Rocker with 20.00
I of the week. m
Refrigerators An Upholstered Rocker with. 30.00
Oak finish, charcoal f A Tea Table with 40.00
I &ouoS i 50.00
I extra heavy doors, gal-1 A Large Reed Rocker with... 65.00
w"" IS f A 100-Pte. Dinner Set wild 75.00
shelves, patent lever g The above given absolutely
lock, 39 inches high, free with every cash or cred
3 24 inches wide. $5.90 it sale.
Cotton top mattress, woven wire
Ptalr Oil Cloth, 15 In. wide, 0c. yard.
18 In. wide, 80. yard.
Jointless China matting by the yard,
Colonial wood seat rocker, worth
$3.00 gents' size large arms of course.
500 Window Shades, spring roller,
complete, ready to put up.
All-Wool Ingrain Carpet Brussels
58c a yard
' - - . .a,a,a,a,a.a
1 83 pieces Cross Bar Muslla, 12t- qnal-
sale fries. Ji
pieces Japanese Silk, worth ffin yard.
30 pairy I .a CurUias, 8 yard. lone.
worth SI.60. Sale Price, ot
H White B.d Spreads, worth 89c
Sale Price, 30
8 pieces Table Linen, all kin Is. worth
2. toaio, sai. Price, io
SO dotea Ladlesl Bibbed Vests, worth
80 ecb. Sale Price, 3c
ffl doisa Ladies' Bibbed Vesta, worth V
o- ach. Sale Price, 13c
AM doa Ladies' Handerchlefs. worth,
& ach. Sale Price, ifc
13 dozan Ladles' White Ssirts with
Embroidered Flounce, worth an. ,
Sals Price, 30c
111 dossn Ladles' Embroidered NlBht
Oowds, worth two. Sale Pries, 30a
1 case Gents' Rlbbd Shirts and Draw
ers, worth 73o each. Sale Price! a
1 case Oonta' Balbnijiai Shirts and
Drawers, woreh (So each. Sale Price, so
tt doion dents' Outlag Bhlrts. worth
Mo eaoh. Sals Price, 33a
1 i b
408 Lackawanna Avenue
Ladies' Arm Reed Rocker, suitable
for sitting room or parlor.
More of those rustic tables that one
house sells at $1.50, we sell at
An assortment of Landscape and
Panel Pictures, worth, from $1.00 to
$2.00, sell at
Carpet Rugs, one and a half yards,
best Tapestry, Brussels, and enough
fringe for both ends.
Four rooms furnished Parlor, Bed
room, Dining room and Kitchen, In
cluding Furniture, Carpets, Bedding
and Dinner Set, for s
225,227 and 128