The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, October 08, 1896, Page 12, Image 12
iff THE SCfcANTQK TBIBUNE---THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1890. Highest of all ia Leavening Power.- Lzui I . S. Cw'i Report ABSOLUTELY PURE GARBONDALE. KraclTS will plea note that alvortle ,i,ihh. orUeia lor Job work, ujul lu-nw tor ,l,IMulon l-ft at th fbl'3bnlf minion Co., newsdealers. North Mam wire?!, will ivcelv prompt attention, 01 tue open from 8 a. m. to W p. m.l GRAND REPUBLICAN RALLY. The Opera House Filled with a thuoiastie Audience. large and enthusiastic audience tillvil the Opera House on Tuesday vonlnc and welcomed the speakers, John F. Reynolds, of this city and Homer Greene, esq., of Honesdale. President H. O. Watrous. of the Repub lican club, presided and made a short address. The vice-presidents chosen lor the occasion were then announced as follows: Hon. E. E. Hendrlck, Hon. . S. Jnnes. Frank E. Burr. J. E. Burr. C. K. Ret tew, Clarence Spencer, Loring 1. Bunnell, F. E. Dennis, Duane V. Humphrey .and O. F. Swlgert. Mr. Reynolds, Fourth legislative dis trict candidate, was then introduced, and was welcomed by an ovation which testified to his popularity. Mr. Rey nolds' address was eloquent, direct and effective and was received with enthusiasm. , Mr. Oreene was then Introduced by the president, and was warmly wel comed by the audience. After consider ing at length the great Issues of the iluy, he devoted the remainder of his addles:! to the discussion of the effect upoil the farmer of the free coinage of silver. The enthusiasm which pre vailed showed how truly Mr. Greene's address was appreciated. Nothing like ih Interest manifested has been wit nessed, it was an occasion tone to ue renumbered. CHIEFS "RAISED UP." Mew Officer of LacWawaien Tribe, 208, Improved Order 6f Red Men. Tha chiefs of this tribe were "raised up" on Tuesday evening by Deputy Oreat Sachem Fred. J. Tolley, of Honesdale. The following: chiefs were Inducted Into office: Sachem. F. E. Tappan; senior sagamore. J. S. Daw sun: junior sagamore, M. H. Tappan; prophet. William Wright: flrxt sannap. Charles J. H. Montag; second snnnap. Frank Elner; guard of forest. Divld Smith; guard of wigwam, David Lewis; first warrior, John E. Bone; second warrior, C. D. HeUel; third warrior. Frank White: fourth warrior, Frank W. Blair; first brave, Ralph Goodwin: second brave, William Knmsden third brave. John Halkyer: fourth brave, George Hammeiie. The tribe Is In cienslng in membership rapidly and is lu a good condition financially. l oot Ball Contests. The Alumni team of this city expect lo meet the Wyoming Seminary team nit Thanksgiving day, when several allege boys will be here to strengthen ihe team. .Mmrln, of Georgetown; Hoekeiibeiry. of Dickinson, and Ry iner, of Wesleyan, are expected. Tins Alumni eleven will meet Factoryville ut Alumni Park on the 17th of this mouth, and on thu 1'lst they expect to o to Wyoming and meet the semi nary. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES. dozen well knowu young men In tins city huve formed a 'First Voters" i tub and nil will cast their maiden bal lots for William McKlnley. Miss Nellie Casey and Bernard Crane were married Tuesday evening at St. Hose church. James Barrett, of the West Side, who was struck by u freight train on the Ontario and Western railroad. Is so.me wliat better and hopes are entertained of his recovery. Mrs. George M. Lull and soli, Howard, of Sayre, Pa., are guests of Mrs. d. Colton. ttevs. J. J. Griffin, W. A. NVulon and VI. J. -Mllluln, of this city, were assist ing at the Forty Hours' devotion in Hyde Park yesterday. S. A. Purdy, who Is now operating a vttascope In Trenton. N. J., called on friends in town this week. Dr. Hampton, of Scrunton, was a vis itor in town yesterday. Miss Isabelle Maxwell, of Park street. Im entertaining Miss May Copeland. or Albany. Mrs. J. F. McAndrew is entertaining Mrs. Jnmes Pace and daughter, Annie, of Pittsburg, and Mrs. Michael Mahoii. of Archibald. Miss Caroline Davis Is visiting friends In Scranton. The Misses Moffltt. who have been visiting Miss Kate Byrne, huve re turned to their home In Scranton. William M. l.utbrop, editor of the Leader, and Miss Alice E. Chase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chase, of North Main Rtreet, were married last evening In Jersey City. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, of Scrabton, who have been the guests of Miss Maggie McDonald, of Dundaff street, have returned home. Joe Bira wilt leave next week for Manchester, N. H., where he will enter college. , Miss Rose Murphy has accepted a po sition with G. W. Norria. Miss Mary Waterfleld, of the Couch Insurance agency, will spend the next two weeks In Scranton. F. W. Invlgert, of the Herald Job de partment, attended the Christian En deavor convention at Scranton. Mrs. William Bently, of Susquehan na, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hently on Hospital street. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Wickwln, who hove been boarding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kafka, on Salem ave nue, have moved to their home on Wy oming street. Mrs. Daniel Plel and her slster-ln-law, Mrs. John Mohrs, of Carbondale, are visiting relatives in Barry vllle. Mrs. Fayette Walsh, of South Church street, who has been visiting In ANNUAL CUT PRICE ' REMNANT SALE OF CARPETS Just read sur prices and compare them with ay and all of Mis other attempts! 25c Ingrain Carpets, Now 18c 35a Ingrain Carpets, Now 25c 50c. Ingrain Carpets, Now 35c 65c. Brussels Carpets, Now......39c 75a Brussels Carpets, Now 57c 95c. Brussels Carpets, Now 75c Also a quantity of Body Brussels lengths from to ao yards la each piece at about se rial! price to close. J, SC01T INGLIS. Lack! AV8 Carjwti ud Wall Piper Dealar. TBRMS4Mh ea the Above deeds. Brooklyn and New York city, has re turned home. o . Let every Republican turn In and make the Canton excursion tomor row ntKht a great success. Only W.T5 for the round trip, including a visit to the next president and a ride by daylight over the Allegheny mountains. Secure berths and tickets today. TAYLOR. The marritiRe of Miss Kate Orogan, an esteemable lady of this place, to James Connors, a popular young man. also of this place, was solemnized Tuesday afternoon at the St. Joseph church In Mlnooka. Miss Maine Gro gan. sister of the bride, was brides maid, and John Connors, a cousin of the groom, was the best man. In the evening a social was given to the in vited guests at Weber's link. A large number of out of town visitors were present. Mrs. Connolly, of Lawrenceville. vis ited friends in this place on Monday. The Republican league club will meet this evening at the office of the burgess to arrange for the Republican rally on the 24th of this month. George Gammon, who has been con fined to his home for the past few weeks with illness, is rapidly recover ing. Professor Panicl Phillips, of Hyde Park, the new district president of the Patriotic Order Sons of America, began his round of the camps Monday evening when ho visited the organization of this place. Mr. Phillips will make an ex cellent official. Miss Evans, of Hyde Park, accom panied by her sister from Parsons, vis ited this place on Sunday. Mr. and Mi s. Samuel J. Phillips visit ed Hvde Pnrk Tuesday evening. John Carl, of Hyde Park, attended the Connors and llrognu wedding on Tuesday evening. Mr. William Tldd. of this place, and Miss Nellie Farrlngton, of Hyde Park, were united In marriage lost evening at the home of the bride's parents In Hyde Park. The series of the Taylor Building and Loan association will run out about the first of January. The association is well officered and has been a paying institution lo the stock holders. This place owes a great ninny of its new and neat homes, owned by workingmen, to the building association. I'KCKVILI.i:. R. v. and Mrs. R C. Slmpkins tend ered a reception to his choir at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage lust Frlduv evening. They were assisted In receiving and entertaining them by their daughters, Misses Sophie and Relm. and the Misses Kit til and Lizzie Moyles, of Scranton. During the even ing the choir rendered some very fine selections. Miss Lizzie Moyles gave a recitation. Which was greatly appre ciated, as was also a solo by Rev. Mr. Simpklns. i-iames and many other pastimes were Indulged In until eleven o'clock, when the guests were invited to the dining room, where a bountiful repast, prepared by the hostess, was nerved. A young depot agnt lias arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Reed, ut the West End. Wnrren, the little son of Mr. and fllrs. Kdwln Jones, of Hickory street, is quite sick with typhoid fever. The Oenlnil Wheelmen will goon give .1. t.oni. of PecWvlll. il treat on Tuesday evening, Oct. 13, In their rooms in the U. A. It. mutding. tney will give an entertainment and oyster uiimtep unit huve enirneed Miss Inu P. Hitchner, of Pittston, who Is a gradu ate of the Ness sscnooi or oratory, oi Philadelphia, and who has attained a reputation as an artist of merit, and also Joe Hitchner, who Is well known through his lecture, "Tld-Blts." Mr. Hitchner will give several selections from this very funny lecture. Oysters lu every style will be served. An ad mission price of five cents will be charged. Mr. and Mis. William Waiileld left yesterday to visit relatives ut lieuch Pond. Mrs. Melvln Whllliig. or CarU.iid:tlc, is -Very sick at the home, of her pa nels. Mr. and Mrj. John Tutliill, on 10 pot street. MOOSIO. The IakIUs' Aid society of the Metho dist Episcopal church will have u sale of fancy work and useful articles in Ihe Moosic uuditoriiim on the even ings of Thursday and Friday, Oct. Kith mid 16tli. Peter J. Walsh and John J. Hlteeliiin. left yesterday morning with the Leek band, of Pittston, for Middletown. N. Y. to participate in the Firemen's demon stration which will take place during the week. James Walsh, of Avoca, is spending the week In New York. Mrs. 1.. A. l.lndermuth was In 8crun ton on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George, and Miss Lizzie Dickson, of Avoca, spent last evening in Moosic. inigald Greene, Jr., is confined to his home with sickness. Rev. J. J. McCabe, of Avoca, was a Moosic caller yesterday. James J. Butler paid a business trip among Moosic friends yesterday. M. C. Judge, of Taylor, Democratic candidate for representative of the Third legislative district, and Joseph Hannlck, of Scranton, circulated aniang Moosic friends yesterday. Messrs. James McAndrew and Frank Heston enjoyed a drive to Rcranton yes terday. Dr. J. J. Jennings, accompanied by bis niece, Nellie, spent yesterday at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Edward Walsh, of Dunmore. Miss Jessie Brown, our popular mil liner, has returned from New York, where she has been puMhnsing her fall stock of millinery goods. E. J. McDonald is convalescent. A number of our young people at tended the card party, given at the home of Miss Mamie McCrlndle last evening. Miss Hannah Thomas, primary teach er of the Graded school, han been ab sent for the past few days owing to the death of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Thomas, of West Pittston. Miss Jennie Gemmell is acting In the capac ity of substitute during her absence. John Relnhardt . and sisters Dora, Mary and Lizzie, called on Moosic friends Sunday. OLYPIIANT. On Thursday evening the Ladles' Catholic Benevolent association will In stal the otilcers of their newly organ ised society. After the Installation ser vices a banquet will be held In the Mahon houses ' Miss May Carbine has resumed her position In the post office after an ab sence of five months. Miss Maggie Kennedy and Kate Gor dan, of Providence, were the guests of relatives at this place over Sunday. Miss Mary Manley, of Avoca, ia visit ing her sister, Mrs. John Lally, of Lackawanna street. p. F. O' Mai ley has resumed his stud ies at the John Raymond Institute, Scranton. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Walking enter tained a number of their friends at theif horns Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Wat kins' Urtliduy. Sevvral ums iiul seb-ciioiis were rendered and a my delightful evening pansed. A Hungarian whose name could nut be learned was severely Injured in No. 2 colliery yesterday morning by a fall ot roofl He was removed to the Lacka wanna hospital at Scranton. The two young children of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis, of Dcluwure ave nue. :ne ill with diphtheria. .toliu O'Holleran. of t'arbundale, was u uiller in town Monday. IIONF.SDALK. Freedom Lodge of Odd Fellows will observe their tll'iy-thtrd anniversary on Monday evening. Oct. 19. Past ilrand Master Hurry Xeal, of Phllad-lplil i. will address them on the g.xid of he ordei. Mr. T. o'Oonnell is placing some very tine flagstones in front of his recently purchased property on lower .M.ti'i street. Pr. IJeed Burns, of Scranton, was a visitor here on Tuesday. Mrs. Benjamin bitch left on Wednes day in company with her sister, Mrs. Kray. for the home of the latter In I'ittj-bui'K- Rev. I. X. Steelmau. Mrs. I. F. Hall n'.O Mrs. J. A. Brown were among the isitors to Scranton on Wednesday. The annual parade and bull o' I'ro tecl'on Kngine company. No. 3. will tike place on Friday. Oct. 23. There will he added to the programme in Hie arnrcoiy a farce by local tilit. The hoys ore worthy of your support. Aid them by buying a ticket. NICHOLSON. t. O. (Irahain and wife drove up from Tunkhannoek yesterday to meet their daughter Carrie, who has been visiting frifds In Binghamton. The Indies of the I'niversallst church are preparing for a fair to be held some time in November. They also give u supper this evening at the opera house. The Ladles' Aid society of the Metho dist Kpiscopal church gave a supper at the opera house last evening. It was well ai tended. Airs. Saiali J. Williams Is having her residence and barn repainted. In light colors, which very much Improves their appearance. The tannery here shuts down today fir an indefinite period. PKlCLKl'lUi. Miss Mary Cleory, of Uuryeu. and Miss Mary Carroll, of .lreen Itldse, called on friends here yesterday. Mrs. P. B. Nealon, of Plymouth, Is visiting relatives here. Mrs. James Howarth, of Dickson Flats, died Monday evening. The funer nl will take place Thursday afternoon. Interment will lie made In Oiyphant Catholic cemetery. Miss Clara .Barrett, of Hallsteud avenue. Is recovering from an attack of tyhoid fever. Louis Cramer is on the sick list. THE Oim;i4f. STAIt I'll OIBtMt Somethiug About This Fuiuoiis Scheme ot Oppression. From the Philadelphia Times. When the Earl of Richmond had df fcuted RLhnrd Iff. at Rosivorth, and had been crowned King as Henry Vii., he found the times lit so trouble! a slate ihut men whose rights were in fringed upon or denied them dared trot apply for Justice to the ordinary courts. The unblushing manner in which bribes and threats were resorted to by those thai had induction over the proceedings of these courts denied to them the se curity of a Juror's oath. To reach u mischief that had grown ho Intolerable, Henry, feeling himself strong enough with his second pu:ila inettl, created a couti, made up ot the highest otilcers of the kingdom, em bracing, theoretically, the king hlinrelf, who was considered the author of nil Justice, to which was confided unlimit ed power and discretion over a Urge undefined class of offenses, many of tthit.il were of a political charuetor, without I be restraint of a Jury, and subject to no lvvii.lon by appcul. This was afterward known as the court of the star ctiiiiiiber, so culled became the celling of the room in which it met was studded with stuts. or becnus" lu this apartment, prior to the time of I) Lvurd I., the contracts of the Jews, called "Starrs," were deposited iii boxes or cIleStM. Tills scheme hud good I . nulls al lirsl. Wealthy landowners who bad cp-ptes.-jeii iheir neighbors with immunity were brought before this court, where neither fear nor favor could avail, aiid tried for their offences. The greltest merit of tie- court was that It was not dependent on u Jury, for juries were unable or unwilling to render a verdict in Keeping with their consciences. one said "u couii thus constituted, with (lowers so broad and a discretion unlimited by prescribed rules, though called Into existence for w iae ulid suiu tary purposes, was in the end like In voking the spirit of tnischir-f v.iihoui a corresponding power in reserve to lay It or check its excesses, if Inclined to iibtlF'? Its authority." Instead of insiim power I'S the neces sity for its existence passed away, it dre.v to Itself new element: of sirengih and enlarged tin' extent of Its juris diction. II became, aftir successive ad ministrations, under I'le bands of am bit ions leui'ers and unscrupulous pre lates, such as flourished In the times of Henry VIII.. Elizabeth, and Ihe tv.o Smarts, a most potent eneine of des potic rule and intolerance. Torture, In timidation, and other devices were used to compel Kelf-lncrlminatinn. Charles I., through the star chamber, tilled his coders. Imriinr his rebtii such enormous lines were Imposed for tri vial offences that the aud'ence gather ed about the court room at :! o'clock lu ihe morning to secure seats to hear the proceedings. The discretionary power of the court In the way of pun ishment made it a means of cruel In justice in the hands of bud men, in stances of which disgrace ihe history of its administration during the reigns of James I. and Charles I. Sir Anthony Roper was fined 4,0(io for violating n law made In the time of Henry Vll, for converting arable land Into pasture. Richard Orenville said of the Karl of Suffollt. with whom he had some dllHculty, that he was "a bnse lord." He was fined .fiS.flaO for such a slander. One of the most remarkable cases was Ihnt of nishr.n Williams, who had been lord kee'icr of the seal, a popular prelate, and a mun of tearing and spirit and at one time a specln! favorite of James's. While enjoying his patronage he exerted his influence in behalf of Laud, aferward Archbishop, who owed his first promotion lo his gnod ofllces. Home disagreement nivse between them. Nothing would satisfy Laud but the ruin of the man who had befriended him. On some slight pretext the Bishop wns brought before the star chamber and fined 10,y00, committed to the Tower during tne King's pleasure, and suspended from oUlce. His furniture and bonks were levied upon to pay the fine. Among some refuse papers were found some letters from Obaldlston, a No Gripe Wlton you tuke riood'i PUN. The hlg. old-fash-lotted, sugar-coated pills, wliicli teur you all to plrcf s, are not hi it with Hood's. I my to take Inlodcn and easy to operate, It true of Hood's Pills, which are Irft ! 1 1 up to date In every respect. III S Safe, certain and sure. All 111 w druggists. Site. C. I. Ilood ft Co., Lowell, Man. The only fills to take with Hood's Butaparilla, MiL.-L--irxie: A13 Lackawantii Conservatism lu mr lulvertiKiiienls and Ibe avoidance of all that is Heiiationul are I lie elements by which we have won the conlWIence of the public. This confidence we hold steadfast as adamant by selling ouly such goods as we know to lie reliable from every standpoint and at prices that are assuredly correct or your money' cheerfully refunded Today We Offer ; Stylish Trimmed Hats. ' Velvet covered Hats trimmel ; with large Ostrich Feathers, Today : Birds and Aigreitrs. all the best material, worth $10.00. to $4,98 Imported French felt Hnts In I largo .,ainHborouKh shapes i or small round Hats or Tur ! bans, trimmed with Ostrich i l'ltimes. Birds, Wings. Al- Today luetics and Ribbons, all best materials and worth iM, to $3,98 l Best quality English and Vienna felt Hats In all the new shapes, trimmed In the Today lu-ight of style with Rib I boiiF. Feathers, Birds and Al- CI QD grettes, worth $0.00, to go at.. '' Children's Trimmed Hats. French felt. Vienna felt, English felt, fully trimmed In the latest styles. 98c, SJ.48 and $1.98 ! Ribbons. j We have the largest stok ami greatest i assortment of the newest Ribbons In Fan i ol Velvet Ribbons and Satin Ribbons In this- city, at almost half the uual prices. The Leading Millinery Store, 412 LACKAWANNA AVENl'E. schoolmaster, directed to the Bishop, In these letters the writer spoke of a "little great mun." and In one place of a "Utile urchin." As Laud was small of stature, It was conjectured that these terms referred to him. They were both tried, one for receiving such I scandalous letters, and the other fijr writing them, Williams paid a fine of i,uw, unu uotiiuisiou twwi, ami nau his ears nailed to tho pillory in sight of his own school. Mttsfix," a huge volume of music, danc Prynne, a barrister at law of Lin coln's Inn. a Puritan of the strictest sect, published his famous "Hlstrto ing, public festivals, Christmas sports, bonfires, and May poles. For this al leged libellous volume he was arraigned before the star chamber. The trial oc cupied three days, and the fourth was consumed In pronouncing sentence agulnst him. Mr. Prynne, in his general sweep for hia historical illustration of the mis chief of frequenting plays, referred to Nero, and spoke of Flavtus and o there who conspired ugaliiBt him for his bad example upon the magistrates and the people. The Chief Justice from this In ferred that the author intended to ln- stigate the people to murder the King, 'and Prvune was deprived of his right I to in act ice as a barrister, condemned j lo stand In the pillory at Westminster mid I'heuoslde. to lose his ears, one at each of t hese places, to pay a fine of ! Jo. HMO, and to be Imprisoned for life. ; Thfre was hardly a man In the realm who had not personal experience of the harshness and greediness of the ! stnr chamber. It became odious and no i w ithout reason. It was abolished In i Hill. u one of the acts of concession made by Charles 1. to the demands of uti Indignant nation. Prynne und his fellow martyrs were called from prison. They entered Loudon In triumph umid the shouts of the multitude, who threw luurels in ihelr path. II Wui Ncl Lost. Mrs. Vuiisoek f Indignantly) "Mrs. I Ci'Loue, the color all came out of my new table cover ou account of the horrible ; w ashing fluid ou use." Mrs. ii' Lone tpaclfylnglyi "Nlver, laolnd, mum. Hhurv it all vvint Into the other clothes, mum." Judge. II (lie Uaby I Cutting Teeth. ! Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has I ben used for over fifty years by mll I lions of mothers for their children I while teething, with perfect success. It ! soothes the .child, softens the gums, i alluys ull pain, cures wind colic and Is : the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by ' druggists In every part of the world. Re sure and call for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle. ELECTRICITY IS KING. -I 607, 608 AND 609 Corner Washington Avenue and C'llKxrci.n'S VAXUKItMLT experi enced n parulytl' stroke fonie time ago and four of New York's greatest physi cians intended liltn. The treatment (liven Mr. Vanderbllt and from which he Is reenlnlng health was eh-ctrlcal. Two (ialviinic and Taradlo ma chines were taken to Mr. Vanderblll's home, mul In u liort time he was able to go to Newport, R. I. A rew years aco sucn a stroke would huve been considered falul but eletrlclty conquered, as it Is doing in hundreds of cases. Not long since a prominent physician of St. Louis performed an operation hefore the Medical o:iely of that city restoring the speech of u mnii who had not spoken for three years. Some time ago It was thought that Nat (food win. the lumous comedian, would he compelled to undergo an operation, but I'rofcssor Morton, of New York, treated him electrically ami there has been no necessity of un opera tion, .lonn B. Bcatty, of Kaston, Pa., had what wax called an incurable case of ocjiema. Dr. flreen cured him In four weeks. The whole world In uequalnted with the discovery of the Roentgen X Rays and the uso to which they are put. If you want to see every electrical ap pliance known to the mcdleul profession call at r. Green's Electrical institute. Dr. Green's Elecfro-TherapeWic Institute. 607, 608 and 609 Wears Building, Scranton, Pa. Elevator Day aae Night Opsa free) e a. a. t u .: i p. m. to p. bl; 7. jo p.m. to 9 p.m. RY. a Ave Untrimmed Felt Hats. English and Vienna Hats, silk bound or velvet bound. In all the newest shapes and every color. A regular price 73c, today "v Camels' hair felt Hats, the latest, out. In hundreds of shapes, reg- ROs ular $1.1X1 quality, to go at Best Imported French felts In all the new Paris shapes, never sold Qftr under S1.D0, to go at ,ov Children's felt Hats In a large Va- "XQr riety of styles from upward. Ostrich and Fancy Feathers. Large bunches of Coqtie Feathers In the new double curl effects, ought to be I'.'ic, to go al Extra large double Coque Plumes, newest stylos, ought to be 3Sc., to go at Large bunches of Paradise Ai grettes, worth 50c to go at Imported black birds, very fash ionable this season, worth 25c. and Xf. each, to go at 12c 19c 25c 12c New Parts Veils. No out-door costume Is complete without a veil. We have Just received from lur Paris house some of the handsomest and swellest veilings ever shown In this city. We are sure they will be particularly In teresting to all ladles ot stylo and taste. 1 See our window for wonderful values In FALL SU1TIN0S. We have just secured a lot of elegant pat. terns in the newest checks and plaids the finest goods made In this country. These goods will be made to measure for 123.00 per suit, elegantly trimmed, put up In the LATEST STYLES and guaranteed to fit, and would cost you 135.0U to $10.00 elsewhere. Our competitors ask how It's done. We anwr In three words: "Men," "Methods" and "Monty." These goods will probably not last a week; we will have no more of them at these prices, but we have, and will always have, An Elegant Assortment of all wool suiting1), made to measure, from 114.00 up goods that you could not dupli cate in ready-made for any less. W. J. DAVIS, DU FONT'S MIMING. BLASTING ftND SPORTING ganufaetured at the Wapwallopen Mills. Luierne county, Pa., and at WIN tnlngton, Delaware. HENRY BELIN, Jr. General Agent for the Wyoming District lis WVOMINO AVENUE, Scraatoa, Ps Third National Bank Building. AGENCIES: THf.'S. FOTtD. Pittston, Pa. JOHN B. SMITH & SON. Plymouth. Ps. B. W. MULLIGAN. Wllkes-Barre. Pi Agents for the Kepauno Chemical Com unv's illin Explosives. MEARS BUILDING Spruce Street, Scranton, Pciuia. The hest of references, no charge ftr con sultation, an Institute equipped with the latest achievements of Morton, l'Mlsoit, Kanney, Rockwell, McBrlde, Mcintosh and others, Klectro Static Machines, Oul vanle, Pnradlc, Sinusoidal (Magnetl-), Uulvuno Vauiories, and electrodes of ev ery dpjcrlptlon. We have the finest X-Ruy apparatus made. With electricity as a basis of treatment we are successful in cases of Rheumatism, tioiit. Parulysls, Kcsema, Tumors, Skin Troubles, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, ihe Wactlng of Muscles. Poor Circulation, and all Nervous Diseases fbr which electricity Is doing so much of late. The blood clot cuusicg Apoplexy and Paralysis can be dissolved and carried away by proper application of Galvanism and Faradlsm. Cures of Catarrh are being made by the Inhalation of ozone from the Riectro-gtatic machine. We might mention hundreds of troubles which are amenable to electric treatment, but space will not permit. Dr. ireen treats all cases amenable to electrical tmitment, Is a graduate and ex perienced practitioner of medicine, has the list of references, and will charge noth ing for consulailon. Those who cannot call should write for Information.' I POWDER KERR'S Carpetings. Choice assortment of the most carefully selected pat terns ia the highest grade of the leading manufacturers, both domestic and foreign. Beautiful effects in combination of colors with the shades which will be fashionable in the coming season, including GOBELIN, MOSS, EH. NILE. ABSINTHE AND RESIBA Experience," good judgment and a perfect knowledge of the requirements for high class furnishing, have procured a line of jgoods which for richness in effect, beauty and va riety of design and exquisite blending of color have sever ueeu surpassed. Hohair. Chenille, Wilton, Axminster, and Smyrna, in every sizelatest and most desired effects in strictly first-class goods. Imported Silk and Hohair with Plain Centers and Fancy Borders, a perfect and complete line. An inspection of our stock will repay you. S. G. KERB, SON & THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO SCHAMTniJ Akin It ILIllBl BA u. aw ownwiiunAnuwiLMS-iMinKfrAaj MOMIfaaamf Of Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers KUttllXU K.U HUNNIi MACHINERY. third National bank OF SCRANTON. Capital, - - $200,000 Surplus, - - 300,000 Undivided Profits, 64,000 Special attention given to Business and Personal Accounts. , 3 Interest Paid on Interest Deposits. WE CARRY Burden, ' Phoenix, American, Juniata Steel, X L. Steel, Toe and Side Weight NEVERSLIP CALKS, BLACKSMITH AND WAQONMAKERS SUPPLIES. i For aala by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmaolst, con Wyoming Avanwa and Sprue Straet, Scranton. Pa. r imi I kr A lady take a $1, or $6 bill end dfliberatelrtbrow 1 I-. Villi A YV Into the Ore. what would rou ear about Itr You'd say aw "extravaiiaDce" or "waetefulueee," or something stronger atill. The housekeeper who won't buy In this atore Is virtually destroylnf Bwaey at any rats you'll think so after looking over the following Talnee we have tooffea) This cobliler seat. snlM oak, or mahnsjanv finish Rocker, worth 10.75, now $2.29 This to any worth was... com fort-ii! vlnir Morrl. Chair, adjusted position -velcfflr cushion seat and bark, $12.7u, our piice always pQ a 444 OOOOOOO CO,, Laci?a08Ave. Cmem SCRANTOMt PA. ALL SIZES OF Horse Shoes , PA. Whts Is toubt wbst to in lot Kcrvoui Dtbllitjr, Lou of Power. Iapouncv.Auophr, Varicocele and ther wttkn.HU, from any cauw, ute Seilse Pills. Drains cbeckea and (ull riser qutcklT ratored. If iu, m vmnm imlt fcuitr. Majlea(or1.00iSboit.oa With $540 orden we fire a guarantee lu cure or refund the monef. Address MAI ME0ICINB 007ClTlaa4, O. A favorite high back, polished saddle, wood seat Kocker, w orth IU.0U, we aell $ j ,49 This Plush Rocker $3.19, oak or mahog any finish, without arms, $1.29, $1.88. All kinds of Reed Rockers-$2.98, $3.75. $4.00, $1.75, $4.90. Have you visited our Clothing, Comfort and Blanket, Stove and Tinware Depart ments. All for Cash or Credit. 010 nun 007 WYOMING AVENUE.