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THE SCR ANT ON- TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING," JULY 25, 189.
THE TWIN SHAFT
" Pure and Sure.
- rure ana sure.
Bread and cake raised with it keep their freshness and
flavor, i The reason is, the leavening power comes from
pure cream of tartar and soda, nothing else whatever.
' JUoaipt book Cm. Send lump and addrai. ClenUnd Baking Powder Co., New York. "
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Aye.
joS Pciia Av.
A. B. WARMAN.
These Good consist of Ingrains and
Brussels. This is a genuine Mark
WILLIAMS & M' ANULTY
Carpets, Draperies and Wall Paper.
. i7 WYOMINO AVE.
Republican County Convention Cull.
In pursuance of a resolution unanimous
ly adapteil by the Keiiubllcau county com
mKtve at a legulur meeting- held on Thurs
day, July 111, J, the county convention
will tie held on Tuesday, Auaust the 4th,
lMHi. at X p. in.. Ill Music Hall, Si'rantun,
fur thw purpose of placing In nomination
candidates for the following luentloiied
offices to be voted fur ut the next gen
eral election on Tuesday, November 3d,
18WJ, to wit: Congress (Kleventh congres
sional district), two county commission
ers, two county auditors. Vigilance com
mittees will hold delegate elections on
Saturday, August 1st, 18!Hi, between the
hours of i and 7 p. m. They will give at
least two days' public, notice of the time
, and place for holding' said elections.
(Signed) J. H. THOMAS, Chairman.
Attest: J. E. WATKINS, Secretary.
Mote: A table showing; the correct ap
portionment of delegates was published la
The Tribune of Saturday, July Is.
Jam Dougherty wu discharged from
the county Jail yesterday after serving
thirty days for tumult and battery.
Stephen Dudltoh was admitted to ball
liy Judge Edwards yesterday In the Hum
of I2uu. The charge against him Is surety,
dolin Sakllsku. becaina tils, bondsman.
Asltant City Clerk Kvan R. JHorrls
didn't do anything else yesterday but
Urwiw warrants for persons who had u. dol
lar coming for witness fees In the Twelfth
ward contest. The officer was besieged
from morning until closing hours.
The Hepublieans of the fifth district of
the gevoiul ward of this city are entitled
to representation by one delegate in the
coming county convention. The announce
ment In the official call that they were
net entitled to representation was an er
ror. A meeting of th constable of Lacka
wanna county will be held at M. F. J'atl
den's hall, Prleeburg, on Monday at 2.30
p. m where the report of the Investigat
ing committee will lie heard. The consta
bles propose to make a test case to find
out If an alderman or justice of the peace
can appoint a citizen to act as constable
without the consent of the court or duly
elected constable of tha ward.
FIREMEN'S STATE CONVENTION.
No Stone Will Be Lett 1 uturned to
Bring It Here in 1897.
Chnef Hlckey will issue a call In the
beginning of next week to the Are com
panies not only of Scranton, but of Dun
snore, Dickson, Throop, Oly pliant, Tay
lor and other contiguous districts for a
delegation of two members from each
company to assemble In the council
chamber of the city hall and organize
to secure the 1897 convention of the
firemen's state association for Scranton.
The next convention will meet In
Johnstown on Oct. C, 7, 8 and 9, and it
Is proposed that a hustling; representa
tion be sent there from this section
qualified to act and speak for Scranton,
A state convention of firemen brings
together about 700 delegates, and on
the day of the parade at Reading last
year the line took over four hours to
pass a given point. The convention
Opens of) Teusday, which is taken with
enrollment, Wednesday is devoted to
the election of officers and selecting a
place for the next convention.
The parade takes place on Thursday,
and on Friday the companies that came
to the convention city give an exhibition
of speed in getting 'to Ares. Wilkes
Barre also wants the convention of '97,
. College Boys at the Y. M. C. A.
A delegation of students from Dick
inspn, Jed by L. A. Dyer, will take
charge of the Toung Men's Christian
association gospel meeting at 3.45 to
morrow afternoon. A special Invita
tion Is extended to all college men who
are home on vacations) and to young
men of every class There will be good
singing In a cool and comfortable room.
Oreaa tirote, Anbury Park,
and all points on the sea shore, take
the Central Railroad of New Jersey.
" Train leaving Scranton at 8.20 a. m.,
Wllkes-Barre tt 9 a, m arrives at
Ocean drove and Asbury Park at 4 p ni,
without any change of cars. Elegant
coaches are run on these trains.
Passengers will find this the moSt
pleasing and desirable route to the sea
THE KADZINA INQUEST.
Coroner's Jury Decided That the Unfor
tunate Mao Was Murdered by Joseph
KolarCondilion of the SkuIL
Coroner 8. P. Longstreet held an au
topsy yesterday afternoon upon Mi
chael Kadzlna, who died from the axe
wound Inflicted by Joseph Kolar. Fif
teen witnesses were sworn and every
one of them testified positively that
they saw the murder and that It was
done without the slightest provocation.
The Jury empaneled consisted of A.
J. Wlnebrake. of this city; Dr. J. J. Kel
ley, of Olyphant; Edward Costello,
George A. Prokopovlteh, L. Kelley and
John E. Kelley. They rendered the fol
lowing verdict: '"We find that the suid
Michael Kadzlna came to his death
from a blow of an axe on the head, in
the hands of Joseph Kolar, delivered
with an Intent to kill."
The witnesses were Slavonian persons
living In the same house or adjacent to
the murder. AU of them agreed close
ly In detailing the occurrence. They
said that from noon until snipper time
Kolar and hi boarders had becn'.ln
dulglng In beer.. About 8 o'clock one of
the boarders, Mike Huzzar, said he was
going to remove his trunk to some oth
er place where there would be less din
and noise. This angered Kolar and
caused a quarrel between them. The
(lgh,t soon, .become general and the
house was In a topsy turvy condition.
Kadzlna was outside, not engaged In
the fight at all und was leaning against
the door frame, when Kolar came out
In bloodthirsty rage and wielded the
blow that made him a murderer. The
witnesses described Kolar as swinging
the axe as a ball player bats at the
bull. It was a nliurp implement and
sank into the man's brain.
Coroner Longstreet was assisted In
the autopsy by Mr. Wlnebruke, who Is
a student in the medical department of
the, University of Pennsylvania, liad
zlna's skull from a line above the ears
was removed, together with his brains,
and both will be preserved by the coro
ner as evidence in court if they catch
Kolar. To look ut the cleft made in the
skull and the gash in tiie brain it would
be difficult to understand liuw any per
son in such condition could survive an
hour after the blow was given. The
length of the opening in the vkull is six
and three-quarters of an inch wide.
It was whispered around olyphant
yesterday morning thut Kolar was in
hiding in that borough. The man who
circulated the story was found and lie
clulmed he saw Kolar the day before In
a house In the Polish section of the com
munity. The house was visited by the
constables and was searched from cel
lar to garret, but Kolar was imt found.
A t.ood Time to Buy.
We have in stock between JS.OftO and
$9,1)00 worth of choice teas, which we
have been thinking of sending to New
York to close out; but have concluded to
offer them ut retail right here at the
same figures they would bringliy doing
so. There Is in the stock very fine For
mosa Oolongs, Knglish Breakfast, Jap
ans and H. F. Japans. We have mudo
the price about half the usual retail
rate, and If they go as fast as they
should we will soil them ail here, Uih
erwlse we will send them to New York
and close them out at once.
The Scranton CuhIi Ntttre.
' F. P. Price, Agt.
The Scranton Business College.
Professors- Buck & .Whitmoie liave
returned from their vacations and lire
now busily engaged preparing for the
new year, which opens in both sessions
The year just closed has been most
successful in every respect. One .who
visits all schools of this kind in a busi
lies way, gave it us his candid opinion
that the Scranton Business College is
the largest In the state.
The students have been securing
good positions us rapidly as they were
qualltled to till them. So great has befn
the demand for clerical help that many
undergraduates have been sent out.
Three prominent firms procured both
book-keepers and stenographers heri
It is the proud boast of the College that
not one of its students has failed be
cause of Incompetency.
When the large nnd commodious
building was erected It was deemed
large enough for all time, but so over
crowded was it last year that arrange
ments have been made to have an addi
tion built which will give two more
floors 40x5"i. This is to be completed
by the holidays.
The office is now open day and eve
ning. Visitors always welcome. Th3
new Journal will be out soon.
Worthy poor and charitable! Institu
tions may have all the potatoes they
want by calling at car rear of First
National bank today. W. H. Pierce.
Volunteer Tent Service.
Rev. William MacArthur, the note.1
evangelist and Bible teacher, will con
duct the services at the Volunteer tent
on Sunday afternoon at 3.45. It is hoped
a large-number will avail themselves
of the opportunity of hearing this noted
W. H. Pierce will, give away a car of
good old potatoes on Bogart's switch,
rear of First National bank today.
Pierce, the marketman, gives away
potatoes today, rear First National
Steam clams, spring chicken, and
good beer, at Lohmann's, Spruce,
Ask Your Dealer
for McfJarrah'a Insect Powder, 25 and
10-cent boxes. , Never sold in bulk.
Take no other. '
PARSONS In Scranton, Pa., July 20, 1890,
to Mr, and Mrs. Ueorge B. Parsons, of
Monaey avenue, a duughter.
EVANS-JAMES-ln Scranton. Pa., July
22, 1MW, at the residence of the bride, by
Hev. 8. F. Matthews, Franklin Evans
and Mia Ellsa James, both of Scranton.
Say That the Company Is Doing Wisely
and Well. .
DODGED THE PRINCIPAL QUESTION
Felt That They Should Not Be Called
1'pon to Advise Tor or Against the
Abandonment of the Work of Rea
cue, That Being for the Company to
Decided-Thought It a Hopeless
The Newton Coal company has been
subjected to so much criticism of' late
because of the slow progress that Is be
ing made towards the recovery of the
bodies of the Twin shaft victims that
it decided last week to bring together
the mining' experts of the region to pass
upon the methods they are employing
in the work of rescue.
In response to this invitation a party
of twenty, including mine operators,
mining engineers and other experts met
at the shaft yesterday. They were:
I. A. Stearns, general manager Penn
sylvania railroad collieries; YV. A. La
throp, general superintendent Lehigh
Valley Coal company; Mine Inspectors
Stein, Brennan, Davis, McDonald and
Roderick; J. L. Cake, general manager
of Clear Spring Coal company; James
B. Davis, superintendent of Dodson and
Black Diamond collieries; E. H. aw
ait, superintendent of Lehigh and
Wilkes-Barre Coal company; W. J.
Richards, mining engineer of Lehigh
and Willies-Barre Coal company; Oeo.
T. Morgan, general superintendent of
Susquehanna Coal company; C. D.
Simpson, of Simpson & Watklns; An
drew Uryden, consulting engineer
Pennsylvania Coal company; Isaac
Molster, division superintendent Lehigh
Valley Coal company; S. B. Bennett,
general superintendent Butler . Mine
company; Alexander Bryden, superin
tendent Pennsylvania Coal company;
W. D. Owens;, district superintendent
Lehigh Valley Coal company; W. O.
Thomus, superintendent xLutlin Coal
company; Henry McMillun, foreman
Pennsylvania Coal company; Colonel
Brown, division superintendent Lehigh
Valley Coal company; David Evans, su
perintendent Stevens Coal company;
K. D. Jenkins, general manager Stevens
Coal company; George O. Thomas,
foreman Clear Spring Coal company;
James Young, assistant superintendent
Pennsylvania Coal company.
EXAMINED THE WORKINGS.
The officials of the Newton company
stated that they were desirous , of re
ceiving from these gentlemen any sug
gestions concerning the matter, und
expressed a willingness to expend any
amount of money that might be neces
sary to recover the bodies.
The party went down the shaft and
after a thorough examination of the
mines and maps of the property, the
unanimous expression of opinion by the
ubove mentioned gentlemen was that
they were surprised at the progress
which had been made, taking into ac
count the condition of the mines, the
continuance of the squeeze, the pres
ence of un enormous quantity of gas,
and the fact that no explosives could
be used In prosecuting the work. No
suggestions were made that any better
method of working could have been
adopted. Their judgment was that
everything possible had been done, and
Is being done, to reach the bodies of the
The question of driving from the
Clear Spring workings through the pil
lar of coal between their mines and the
Twin shaft workings was taken up and
fully discussed; and It was decided that
It was not only not practical, but use
less, and the Indications all showed that
the squeeze commenced in that locality,
or near the Susquehanna river, and the
gas which necessarily accumulated in
the Twin shaft .workings near the Clear
Spring line would make it impossible
for the entombed men to retreat in that
direction, even had the fall not extend
ed that fur.
THE FALL WAS GENERAL.
It was also shown that the point
where the work of rescue commenced
in the slope, was at least sixteen hun
dred feet nearer by actual measure
ment, in a straight line, to where the
entombed men are supposed to be, than
if an opening hud been made from the
Clear Spring mines at the point where
the bore-hole was put through; and the
facilities for prosecuting the work rap
idly were much better at the No. 3
slope than from the Clear Spring mines.
The indications us shown in the mines
and on the surface demonstrated be
yond a question that the fall Was gen
eral over the entire territory between
the No. 3 slope and the Clear Spring
After the conference, which was held
during the; afternoon at the Eagle ho
tel, on?' of the party, a prominent coul
operator of this city, stated ti a Tri
bune reporter that the question of ad
vising an abandonment of ;he work
of rescue was brought up but not acted
upon. They were not disposed to dis
cuss it for the reason that they believed
the company alone should tlelde till?
matter. There was however u general
expression of the opinion that the bodies
could never be recovered.
E. L. Fuller, secretary of t'.te com
pany, said when interviewed on the
question, last night, that while the com
pany Is firmly convinced that the res :ue
work is a hopeless task, they will con
tinue it. as long as it is safe for men
to work in the mine. He believed that
this would not be very long as the water
which is rapidly rising will soon stop
the work. As the caved-ln workings
fill up with water the gas is forced out
WE WISH TO
SILVER PLATED IRE
Ut 1-3 JB lit Regular Ma
All our Silver la Quadruple
Plate at this Price. You get it as
cheap as the single plate goods
you see everywhere.
W. W. BERRY,
423 Lacteal Avsnsa
THE NERVES IN SUMEit
Tired Men and Women Are Made Well Again by Paine's
Everything out of doors, from grass to
sky. urses tired men and women to think
The listless, worked-out system natural
ly looks to days like these to undo the
mischief done to the nerves and brain by
the long grind of the year past. Thou
sands of tired eyes brighten at the thought
of rest and i ecuperatlon.
But any thinking person must feel how
powerless a few days' outing or a paltry,
short vacation is against the steady drain
on sttfiiEth and vitality that has been
going on so Ionic.
Only a positive, downright Invigorator
and purifier can arouse the body out of Its
bad habit of Door health.
Paine's celery compound will do what a
vacation Is powerless to do.
It will build up the exhausted, nervous
organization, give tone to the entire diges
tive system, and assist it to fill the body
with fresh life-blood, abundant and rich.
Paine's celery compound confidently
cures nervous diseases by overcoming the
faulty nutrition of these over-exerteu
parts. It attacks rheumatism, neuralgia,
and blood iin:uritles In tha same pro
found manner; rouses the excretory organs
to sweep out the annoying- bad humors,
and thoroughly rids the body of the last
trace of Inuiurlty.
This extraordinary remedy is the one
and It Is only a matter of a few weeks
or possibly days before the air will be
so bad that It will be an impossibility
for men to live in It. The water, itself,
la fast approaching the point where the
men are at work, it now being possible
to hear the sound of the chipplngs
falling into the water.
ANOTHER SQUEEZE YESTERDAY.
Yesterday morning It was thought the
work would have to be abandoned at
onte. There was another and very se
vere squeeze, which so ularmed the res
cuers that they quit the mine and re
fused to go In again for several hours.
This element of danger to the rescu
ers adds to the predicament of the
company, for should anything happen
to these men, the company will be cen
sured for allowing this risk to be tak
en; if the men are ordered out and
the work abandoned the censure will
be even more severe. Their present
plan is to continue the work, futile
though it undoubtedly Is, and trust that
no further calamity will occur.
A REQUIEM MASS.
That the relatives of the fifty-eight
entombed miners In the Twin shaft have
abandoned all hope of ever finding the
men alive or dead is evidenced by the
announcement that on Tupsduy next
at 10.30 o'clock a. in. a solemn high
mass of requiem will be celebrated in
St. Mary's Catholic church In Pittstoti
for the repose of the souls of the unfor
tunate victims of the disuster. Bishops
O'Huia and Hobnn and the clergy of
the Srratitou diocese will attend the
services which promise to be very Im
pressive. Two-thirds of the victims
were members ut the Catholic church.
OVER TWELVE THOUSAND.
The Contributions Received-Venter-day
for Board of Trade Fuud.
The folkiwing new contributions to
the board of trade's Twin shaft fund
were received yesterday:
Previously acknowledged W,514 20
Atlantic Refining compji.y. Scran,
ton JU0 U0
J. Hubbard Campbell, Burlington,
Received und collected by Clel-
uhd, Simpson & Taylor 1.5U5 U0
THROUGH MKOAKUEL CONNKI.L.
W. 11. Cadden, Reading JH w
Champion Chemical works, Chi
cago r inj
Manic Yeast vompany. Chicago.. 20 U
Frederick Ackers, New York .... 10 m)
THROUGH HUNT & CONNKLL.
Spauldlng & Jennings company,
Jersey City 10 00
Dllworth, Porter & Co., Pitts
burg 2i 00
Eaton, Cole & Burhum company,
New York 00 0"
Grand total : J12.0U2 23
Williams' College Notes. .
College re-opens Sept. 1 when new
classes will be formed for both day and
evening study of bookkeeping, short
hand, penmanship, correspondence,
English and all collateral branches.
Application for admission come thick
and fast, about 200 having already pro
vided for entering. From present In
dications every desk will be occupied
before Oct. 1, and, providing for lie
probable Increase, President Williams
has already gotten terms for the main
hall for still another story of the great
Henwood block, about S.0O0 square feet
of added space, making about 13,000
feet of space on the- three floors for
students, about twice the area occu
pied by any other business college of
Many letters have of late been re
ceived from pupils, patrons and em
ployers, commending the thoroughness
of Instruction and nil most flattering
to the teachers. Twelve experienced
teachers, eleven of whom are men, will
constitute the faculty for the school
year, beginning Sept. 1, and no effort
or expense will be spared to make this
the banner year of the great school.
Every department is strengthened and
faculltles were never before so com
plete for Imparting useful education in
The new College signs attract atten
tion. Dr. E. T. Wheaton, Dentist,
Has removed to Mears building. His
office and laboratory are on the third
flour, and are strictly up to date, being
fitted up with the latest improved elec
Dr. A. D. Preston, of Massachusetts,
will continue to have charge of the
Oold and Porcelain Crown and Bridge
work, and we are now prepared to carry
out all the latest improved methods in
the practice of Dental Art. Don't for
get the place, nor the elevator to reach
It. You don't have to climb stairs.
East Benton, Pa.
Ths Free Methodists will hold a tent
meeting In East Benton, near the residence
of Mr. Edwin 8. Franklin, commencing
Friday evening, July 31, and closing Bun
day evening, Aug. 2, 18SW. Rev. H. W.
Armstrong, of Vose, Pa., and Rev. J. T.
Logan, of W'ttkes-Barre. Pa., with other
workers, will assist the pastor, Rev. J.
Wlntsch. Preaching services will be as
follows: Friday evening, 7.30; Saturday,
10.30 a. m., 2.30 and 7.30 p. m. Same order
The meetings are held under a large
water-proof canvas and promises to be of
an Interesting and beneficial character.
Worthy poor and charitable Institu
tions may have all the potatoes they
nvant by calling at car rear of First
National bank today. W. H. Pleron,
means accounted sufficiently effective by
physicians of wide practice to be relied on
In casts of debility arising from whatever
cause. It is the only rvmedy prepared un
der the eyes of the medical profession and
in strict accordance with the directions of
a physician of acknowledged ability.
Paine's celery compound was first usej
and prescribed toy no less eminent a man
than America's greatest physician. Pro
fessor Edward 10. Phelps. M. D.. LL. 1..
of the Dartmouth Medical school.
No ordinary help, no well-meaning but
unprofessional concoction, sarsaparilla
or blood purifier could do what Paine's
celery compound is able to accomplish;
cure men and women of such serious dis.
eases as kidney troubles, liver complaint,
dyspepsia, or permanently drive away
and there's the point that no sufferer
should lose sight of permanently drive
out of the system, rheumatism, neuralgia,
and all skin affections.
Nerves and braliv can be worked out.
This is the condition of thousands of ex
hausted nervous systems that have been
almost worked to death in schools, count
ing rooms, factories, and stores. Shaky
nerves, tlubby muscles, muddy complex
ions, and the general appearance of weari
ness and pain tell the story of exhaustion.
Persistent headaches go with nervous de
bility. That terrible throbbing of the
heart comes from a wretched condition of
(the nervous system. Muscular rheuma
PETER DRIER ACCUSED.
Serious Charge Made Against Him by
Twelve-Year-OId Maggie Kline,
of the South Side.
Peter Drier, of Cedar avenue, a mar
ried man about 35 years of age, is In
the central police station on a charge of
criminally assaulting u girl not yet 12
Maggie Kline Is the girl's name. Her
mother is Mis. Caroline Miller, mar
ried the second time. She lives in the
brick block on Cedar avenue neur the
corner of Hickory street, owned by Mi
chael Miller. Drier and his wife have
apartments In the same block. He is a
blucksmith in the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western shops.
It Is alleged that on Sunday night,
July 12, he met the little girl in a dark
hallway leading back to her mother's
rooms and. secured her permission by
offering 'to give her 10 cents the follow
ing Saturduy, when he would get his
pay. She does not say that he coerced
A warrant was Issued for his arrest
by Alderman Howe on information fur
nished by her mother. Officer Steve
Dyer and Put roll nun Louis Goeriitz
went to the blacksmith shop ut 11
o'clock yesterday morning and took him
to the police station.
At !t o'clock mother and child came to
the city hall und Mayor Bailey ques
tioned both. The girt admitted that
she had been guilty with boys before
At 4 o'clock Drier was taken down to
Alderman Howe's ollice In charge of
Captain Edwurds for a hearing. His
wife had retained Attorney John T.
Martin us counsel and Mr. Martin was
present. Drier was not anxious for a
hearing and was reudy to waive It,
though he had no ball. He was re
manded to the lockup until 9 o'clock
this morning, so thut his wife may huve
a chance to get bail for him.
OILDRIDES ASK FOR DAMAGES.
Do Not Like the Statements Mover
Mnde About Them.
John Gllbride and his daughter. Miss
Kate Gllbride, who reside on the West
Side, began actions yesterday against
Lazarus Moyer to recover damages for
defamation of character. They are
represented by Attorney T. V. Pov
derfy. In their declarations they set forth
thut Moyer on June 20 ot this year gave
THE LIVELY BUYING OF
Still cimtlnues It tells its owu
story of values that were never
equalled iu Scraiitou. Our
Is kept full and complete, but
they only COST HALF of what
similiar goods did a month ago.
132 Wyoming Ave.
PES! SEIS OF IE1, 28.00
Including the painless extracting of
teeth by an entirely new process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
M Sprue St, Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
Prices on Carpets
THAT ARE TEMPTING. The dull season is the
best time to buy, because we want to keep our force
of employes bus. It would pay j'ou to buy now and
lay them aside. (
Best rioquettes and Axminsters, 80c. and 85c. yard.
Regular price $1.00, $1.15 and $1.25. .
Tapestry Brussels, 60c. and 65c, that were 75c. and Soc.
Velvets at 85c, were formerly sold at $1.00 and $1.15.
Wool Ingrains 50c, regular price 65c.
These Prices for This Sale Only.
UCxBissell Carpet Sweepers at special prices while
Ferris Wheel is in our window. Buy no other, as Bissell's
are the best.
SIEBECKER & WATKINS 1 Lackawanna Avenue-
LARGE SHOW WINDOW.l
tism, those dltir fpells. and that sense
of weight on top of the head mean failing
The sure way to get back to perfect
health of body and brain is to regulate and
nourish the nerves by means of Paine's
celery compound. It is a searching cure
for all diseases that indicate vitiated
Mood. It builds up the strength; replaces
used up parts by new, vigorous tissues;
regulates the heart's action; and finally
arouses the excretory organs the kid
neys, especially, upon whose vigilant ac
tivity depends the health and purity of
Nothing so quickly builds up the tired
system as this great Invigorator and nerve
regulator. Public opinion in the large
cities throughout the country shows the
reliance that thoughtful men and women
have come to place upon. Paine's celery
compound when the body needs building
tip nnd the strength recruiting. Men In
official positions In nearly every depart
ment of the public service have gone out
ot their way to send letters of thanks and
ullowed their names and letters to vouch
for this great remedy.
Paine's celery compound accomplishes
remarkable results because It works In
telligently with a detlnlto aim always In
sight of purifying the blood, getting the
wasted system again nourished and the
vital organs working with ease and regularity.
public expression to words the purport
of which were that the Gltbtides were
llnrs and thieves. Both of the plaintiffs
ask damages In the sum of $25,000.
Died at Front Hoyal, Va.
Mrs. M. E. Weston, of Front Royal,
Va., died at that place on June 24 after
a lingering illness, .She. was the widow
of Charles Weston, and in 1X08 taught
In the high school in this city.
Ocean end of South Carolina avenue,
Atlantlo City, N. J. Fine lawn and good
view of tha ocean.
Daniel Coleman, Prop.
Clarke Bros. Celebra
ted Berkshire Su
gar Cared Hams,
per pound, . 934c
Strictly Fancy Elgin
per pound, . 18c
20 Lbs. Granulated
Sugar, , , $1.00
Strictly Fresh Eggs,
per dozen, ' , 12Jc
Choicest Light and
Yery Lean Bacon,
per pound, 534c
These goods are warranted
to be the finest sold in the
city of Scranton.
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By Practicing on a Piano with the
Ivors & Pond Soft Stop
FOR SALE AT
The greatest salesman in the world
la Price, aud in this final reduction
The prices will sell if prices ever
did, of course. The cost of making
and material Is lost sight of.
150 Ladles' and Children's Trim
med Hats, (3.00; sale price $1.49 ,
100 Children's Trimmed Leghorn
Hats, with fancy edge, 3.50;
sale price $1.49
250 Ladies' and Children's Un.
trimmed Leghorn Hats, 1.50;
sale price 47o
100 Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, 98c;
sale price 19a
10 dozen Children's Lawn Hats,
40c; sale price 18a
10 dozen Children's Lawn Caps,
25c; sale price. ......10
20 dozen Children's Bailors, 40e;
sale price 15a,
Closing Out 1 lot of Ladles' Belts
at.. 19C Each
Closing Out 1 lot of ladles' Link
liuttous and Btuds at.........9c a Set -
138 Wyoming Avanus.
Clonga & famii;
And Lower Grades at ;
Very Low Prices.
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J. LAWRENCE STEUE,
XM SPRUCE STREET.
We keep la stock every Color, Qual
ity, and width of Shading, with
Fringes and Laces to match.
We have SHADES two yards lose,
mounted on spring rollers at
18 cents each.
We have anything else your taste or ,
means may require, and the BEST'
VALUE for your money always.
Samples and Estimates Submittal
P. M'CREU CO,
128 WYOMING AVENUE.
$ Gold or Silver
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to us which, but if you are In
need of a
Consider Something In
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V The Host Appropriate at All Times.
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