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THE RCTRANTON TRIE UNIG-TCTES DAY MORNTPTG-. IfEliiriTATtY 2, 189'
Wonder will plenso note thnt ndvcrtlsc
monte, orders for Job work, nnil Items for
intbllentlon left nt the citnbllsliinent of
Munition & Co., newsdealers, North Miiln
street, will lecelvo prompt tittcntlon; of
lloe open from S n. in to 10 p. m.J
EVANGELIST WALKER'S WORK.
An I nun en si- CoiiKrugiitiou Hours the
l'li'iii'lior nt the M. K. Church.
A crowded coiiBiOKHtloti illicit tho
Methodist chinch and the Sunday
chuol moms on Sunday evonliiK to
hear Cnnirpllst WnlKei, who has been
oiiRnKed to hold a belles of ielval sei
kus. Ills dlscouise was vciy earnest and
piactlcal. He will bo assisted In these
set vices b a laise, well trained choli
Tlies nuislo at the oppnliiR bei vices
was especially npprnpilate. Much In
tel eat has been awakened by this new
RECEPTION AND PROFESSION.
tiishop O'lJ.unnt St. ltoso Corixcnt
ISIshnn O'Haia, of Scianton, Villi of
ficiate tills nftel noon when there will be
held the ceieiuony of a retention and
piofesnlon at the chapel of St. Itosecon
ent at o o'cloik. A lai q;t number of
the del By fiom the dloceso will bo pies
ent. rive :.ouns ladles will lecehe the holy
habit, and elRlit uitiiT ludits will make
their ilnal piofe&sion and lecelve the
Today belnpr the feast of tho puilflca
tion of the Messed Vln;lii, the altai will
be beautifully decoi.ttcd.
Siiiii1ii tit the ltaptist Church.
Rev. T. II. .Tepson preached two ser
mons especially adapted to prepaie the
way for the evangelistic sen Ices
which will shoitly be held at the Tab
ernacle. In the cACMiInt; Mis. M.ittle
Ilutfhoh-Btown iemeleie.il a solo with
line clfect. Sho posses a contralto
voice of iaie quallti. Her eiuincla
tlon'ls eiy pleaslnir. Unusually huge
audiences jointd in the ImpiessHe ser
vices. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mnnv members of Palestine com
mandeiy of tills city will .ituntl the
state conclave of the Knlnhts Templar
it Kaston In May. It will be an occas
ion of unusual Intel est
A new song by Mis. Mattie Hughes
Btown entitled "Jesus, the Light ol the
World," has lerently been published
Clnules UiIdBett, ot Dai to aenue.
is buffering from a spi allied ankle sus
tained while skating.
The pations of the opera house will
bo pleased to hear that the manage
ment is luuinga handsome cm tain pie
paied. Mis. G. E. Van Goider, of Teirace
bticet, who has beta confined to her
home with tho grip, is able to be out.
"William Gislln, of St. Mail's semi
nal y, Baltlmoie, Md , is home foi a few
weeks' Micatlou with his patents on
John O'Malloy, assistant mipeiln
tondent of the Prudential Insuiance
cimpany, was knocketl clown by a hoise
cm Saluiday nlclii and his aim badly
A street car was tin own from the
tiack yestetday neai Vandllng The
accident was caused by Ice on the nils.
No one was injuied.
Mis MaigaretMc Glynn, an aged lady,
losiding on the South Side, lcll on the
icy step and sprained her ankle.
"Will Yariiwrton, who some thine
months no leceived lnjutles while
plajlng foothill, lesumed his duties
yesteiday with the Etle company.
Head Clerk James Blown, of the
Delaware and Hudson geneial offices at
Albany, paid his jugular Isit to the
D wlglit 'Ciane Is In New Yoik on a
John J. Halt, of Camden, N. J is the
guest of Mr. and Mis M. J. Halt.
Chailes Kobeits, of AVashlngton place,
is confined at home by sickness.
It .M Shepherd, after a few weeks'
Illness from tjphold foei, resumed his
John Moigui, of Belmont stieet, Is 111
Hemy Baitlett, ot Blnghamton, spent
Sunday in this city uitli lelatKes.
Mis. Chester "Wiight, of Aichbald
stieet, Is confined to her home by ill
ness. Miss Anna Lyons, of Monti osp, is the
guest of her slstei, .Mis. II. O. Watious,
on Washington street.
The Misses Median and Conway, of
A-oea, aio the guests ot Miss Maiy
Median, o Biookljn stieet.
I'atiick McQuade, of "Wilkes-isarie,
sient the Sabbath with idathes on
Miss Jennie Jenkins, of Paik stieet,
who has boon 111 for the past thite
weeks. Is able to be out again.
Miss Julia Kane, of the West Side,
was a. Forest City visitor Sunday.
Miss Bridget Giady, of Tobyhanna, Is
the guest of Miss Anna Bauett on Sand
Miss Colla Jaeobson, of New Yoik
city, Miss Millie Oppenlielmer and
Hairy Oppenlielmer, of "Wilkes-Bane,
are the guests of Mr. and Mis. Mouls
Levene on Ninth nvenue
Mis H an AVilllams, of Tei race street,
letuined Satuiday liom a visit with
f i lends dow n the alle
la especially truo of Hood's Mils, for no meell
cine our com lined so great curatlio power In
so small space. They aio a wholo medlclue
cliost, ulnajs ready, nl
wajselllclent, .ilw.ijs sit
lsfactory; pievent a cold
or feur. cure all li,er Ills.
slek lie.iil.ichp, Jiumliec constlpitlnn etc 25c.
Tlieoulj l'llU to take with Hood's barsaparllla.
Aiuiuiil Inventory Sale
Wo hnyo ronoludcd our annua Inventory
of stock, and Ilnd we hjo a gieat many
desirable lengths that we will clos.e out at
much less than cost, to make room for
our spline goods that we are icceivlng
dally.. Ming the sie of jom loom along
with Jou If in need of a carpet and we
will guuinntpo juu a bargain, as this la
no humbug sale A word us to our third
nnnunl rtmnunt sule, we limp some short
lengths that wo will close out ut liulf.
pi Ice, Bee them, as this salo lasts only
for ten days. '
Carpels, Wall Papsn and Drapaito,
410 LACKS. AVENUE.
The regular annual meeting and
election of olllceis of the Wlnola OH,
Ons, Doveloinncnt mid lmpiovement
company will be held In lleynolds'
hall Feb. 3, after which tho sale of
"Bast Mountain Mineral Watet" will
be pushed w 1th vigor.
James Boyd, ot the Electric City, was
up and spent Sunday with his mother
In this place.
Mrs. Fannie Roberts, up nt the tun
nel, Is reported to be seilously 111 with
blood poisoning caused from acciden
tally stilklng the point of a pair of
shears Into one of her llngets,
Some of our young men aio agitat
ing the question of stinting a Young
Men's Chilstlan association heie, to
be u branch of the Scianton associa
tion. Thuie will bo a meeting called
In the near ftitutu for the pmposc of
oignulzlng, which will be announced
Mr. It. R Davis, of Dalton, was
calling on fi lends here last Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Bedell, nee Miss Pllna
Gnrdnei, of St Paul, Minn , mot hap
pily surprised her paients, Mi. and
Mis. A J. Gaidner, last Saturday ee
nlng by her at rival at the old home
stead She Is accompanied bv hei
daughter, Bmina. Mis Bedell and
chuightei expect to sojouin in this
place a month oi two lsltlnu; lela
Mis. William Perlgo Is spending the
week In town with friends.
Dunn Bios. t Co, contiactots, aie
piogiesslng slowly with the exenwit
lng for the new Mathewson building
on Main stieet
Attorney Chailes Dawson, of Scran
ton, was in town Satuidny eeulng
Mr. Dawson was up looking aftei the
welfaio of one of his clients.
I. D. Van Auken and Walter r.ly.
of Biookbn, Pa., spent Sunda with
B. J. Goodwin
Sen Ices will continue nt both the
Baptist and Methodist Episcopal
churches Tuesday, AVednesdaj, Thuis
day and Fildny evening. Ro. A Bei
gen Biowo will pi each at the Baptist
chinch Wednesday eenlnr. and Rev
Mr. Ctompton, of Great Bend, Pa., will
pieach at the Methodist F.plscopal
chinch Tuesday eenlng.
Postmaster Osteihout was o or to
"La Giange yesterday calling on old
fi lends and relathes.
Bangstaft Hose company held their
legular meeting last night in the hose
looms. Seveial new membeis wcie
I. O O. F. NOTES.
Red Jacket lodge entei tallied list
Satuiday evening about thlitj visit
ing bioth"is fiom Scianton. The inl-tlntorTT-rtcond
and third deglees wer
woiked by the degree team, after
which the lodge was closed and hot
coffee and light lefreshments weie
sen til. Hveiy one heaitilv enteied
into a good old-fashioned social isit
and we think and tiust the lsitlng
biotheis enjojed their lslt, and hope
that thev will not let this be the list
Islt, but will come again and come
often. Biotheis Rowlej nnd Noth
acker was bound to be "toastmasteis"
of the eening, and owing to theli sle
weie allowed to speak their pieces
fiom time to time. Bi other Bendei,
of Gieen Ridge lodge, was the "poet"
of the eening, which Bi other Joseph
Senaid thought was rather "milk "
The visiting biotheis letuined on the
night expiess at 1 10.
The committees on entei talnment
and bnnnuet for the annheisaiv of
Red Jacket lodge are diligently at
woik, and are putting foi th ceiy ef
foit to make the evening of Feb. 11,
1S97, a memoiable one in the histoiy of
Red Jacket lodge. The banquet will
eclipse an thing of the kind eet held
In this town.
With the visiting membeis fiom
Gieen Ridge lodge last Satuiday een
Ing we noticed Dls'tilct Deputy Grand
Master Davis and Brntheis Nothackei,
Keen, Williams and Tajloi, of Lacka
wanna lodge, and Brotheis ,n Noi t
and Rowlej, of Robeit Bums lodge,
and Biothei Mooie, of Globe lodge
Red Jacket lodge Is ha ing a boom
just now, as theie ale ten candidates
taking theli iespecthc! degioes.
Biothei B J Goodwin islted Red
Jncket lodge last Satuiday menlng.
Tonight Is Rebekah night and eeiv
member should take an Inteiest In tho
new staft woik and come out legular
and lend a helping hand to make the
team woik a success.
Red Jacket lodge Is going to pui
chase "paiachutes" for tho membeis
of its degiee team so that they can
descend easy fiom their lofty position
that the Factoijllle Tidings put them
In last w eek, for if thev should e ei
tumble from such an eleation It would
bankiupt the lodge to pay the funeial
A musical entertainment was glen
at Hallstead, Pa last eenlng by the
Italltoac! Young Men's Chilstlan asso
ciation. Seveial of our talented ones
weie engaged to assist. They weie Miss
Susie Black, sopiano, Miss Giuce Wai
nor, contralto; Hills Bond, basso, Ei
nest Weaer, tenor; W. E. Titus comet
soloist; Miss Genevieve Bacon, piano so
loist. Miss Vida Johnson, accompanist,
Mis. W E Titus, chapel on.
Rev Dwlght Wateibmy being out of
town last Sunday, the Rev. Mi Mut
dock, o Tunkhannock, occupied the
pulpit at the Piesbytetlan church In
the morning In the evening the month
ly union sen lees weie held In the Meth
The Young People's Christian union
of the Unheisalist chuich held theli
senlce at theli loom In the opein house
in the evening The exercises consisted
the pastoi, followed b prujer liv
the pastoi, followed b jnajei
by membeis. Two satied solos were
lendeied bj Ralph D Williams Aei
inteiestlng paper was lead by Edltoi
J H Tiffauj , aNo a selection bv Mis
E t, Bacon Alter which a shoit time
was occupied in speaking The union
expect quite a laige delegation of theli
membeis will attend the Susquehanna
association coinentlon to be held in
Scianton on the "0th and -1st Inst.
II K Walkei has moed fiom the
Wells'block to his father's lesldeuce In
Miss Maigaiet Glbbs, of Scianton,
was the guest of Miss Geneiee Bacon
Benjamin F, Pedtlcl; incnod hit. fam
ily to Dalton on Monday
Some time duiltii; last Filday nlftht
buiglars enteied the postolllce in tills
place by pi ing open the fiont dooi
Postmastei Wilcox says all he missed
was a small sack containing a lew eop
peis and nlckles and a few clguis. Tin
.safe was unlocked and tagged, with dl
lettlons how to open the dooi Some
of the Inner cabinet cluiwei.s wue
bioken to get Into u the weie locked
If the Hnby f rutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for ovei fifty years by mil
lions ot mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind collo unci is
the best remedy for diarrhoea, Sold
by druggists In eeiy part of the world.
Bo sure and cnll for "Mis. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup." and take no other
kind, Twenty-flve cents a bottle.
Yesteiday William II. Alporth, lep
resentlng the Automatic Telephone
Seivlce company, of Buffnlo, was In
town calling on the business men In
i elation to otgniilrlng a local telephone
exchange, in conveisatlon ho said his
company icqulred no cash or stock
bonus fiom the local companies, tho
lovnlty being the solo consldctatlon.
The switches of tho telephone aie so
aiianged on tho boaid that each one
can be placed In elect! leal contaet with
eeiy othti one, In tuin, at the will of
the speakei , thus the facility of Intel -communication
dlicct and Instantane
ous, Is sec. in eel and placed undei lndl-
Idual contiol, and Is not subject to
the Inattention and lit Ration of ope ra
tals in the tential ofllce Bv this
method Intel luptlon or disconnection
dining comeisatlons would be Impos
sible and then, again, theie Is absolute
secrecy of comei'-atloin ut times so
essential to business men as well ns
In ptiwitc lite
In jestcicku's Issue of The Ti Ibune
an Item was published slating that
Andiew T.lndsay hud seemed a pen
sion of $S7 pet month, which should
lime ltnd $S pel month
Justice of the Peace C E Helmes
has given Judgment In luoi of Frank
M. Ftt against Mlcluul Mcllale foi
$J" and costs This case was tiled on
Fildnv e cuing last In the 'scuilie's
ollli e It centeied upon a piomlssory
note glien to the Spiugue Collecting
agencv, and then sold to Frank M tUt
loi a nluable Lonsldciatlon The note
was gltn May 7, lSOii, lor six months
Mis John Hemy is expected home
todaj. She has been In a hosnltal at
Philadelphia leu seeral mouths le
eching medical tientment, and Is now
fully iecoc ltd '
'J'wo more eases of dlphtheila hae
been lepoited to the board ol health
One Is Bee, son of Mr. and Mis David
Smith, of Font th stieet, and the other
is a son or Ml and Mis. Thomas
Hocking, ot Second stieet.
Tho changing owneis ol the Jenmn
Milling compiny inuj mean the
changing of holn emploed In and
about the mill Tinm piesnit outlook,
though, they will be letnlned for a
time at least In the piesent salesman,
Cahln Vail, the hae a man who Is
pei-sonallj acquainted with all the
tiade, and It would be a gloat help
to Fitas it Son If the can ictaln his
sen Ices Mi Vnil has the honoi, if
tint is the piopci teim, of comeying
tlte Hist load of feed fiom the mill,
and has been In the tied and gialn
business ever since, cos ei Ing a peilod
of about twentv-four yeais, and Is
highly lesoetted bv all with whom In
comes in luut.u t
Mubttib Fled and Haiiy Wilson, of
Rendham, stient Sunda with Eddie
Caitei, on Second stieet.
Mis. Meehun and sou spent estei
dav In Seranton
John I Nicholson, c South Main
stieet, was a Scianton lsltor estci
dav. Mis relteimnn and daughter, of
Womlng, weie lsitots in JeiniMi-on
Rev. Dr Mcl.tod, pastor of the Fiist
Piesb teilan church, of Scianton, lec
tin ed heie on Fildny eenlng In the
Piesb teilan chinch His subject was
"John Wesley." The audience, which
was laiire and appieclatle, included
lepusentutives of oyeiy idigious de
nomination In town. The lectuio was
eloquent and entei tabling and It was a
just and faithful nanathe of the life
woik of the gieat apostle of Methodism
Di Mcl.eod paid a lltting tiibute to
the eneig and cal of the gieat d! Ine
and his biothei, Chailes and told teise
ly and eloiiuenth the stoty of the gieat
mo emi nt Thei erne many w ho heal d
him who would be glad to have an op
pot tunit to do so again.
Ml5s B 1 Atkinson, of Seranton,
called on fi lends heie on Sunday.
Miss Claia McNainnia, of Plttston,
who hns been islting the Missis Coyne,
of Hill stieet, dining the past week,
has letuined home.
The membeis of the hose company
huM-lecelvtd theli new unlfoiins. They
aie of blue bioadtloth with biass but
tons and fancy black hi aid binding
The coats aie of the "Pi luce Albeit"
pattern The unifoim Is eiy neat and
A lLgulnr meeting of tho boiough
council was held last eenlng The
membeis piesent wete Wagner, Bthle,
rlu-.le, Bane, Gllmnitln, Hunt and
Hllr.pbauei. Piesldent Jones presided
T.c following bills weie oideied paid
Cicccnt Electile compiny, ?JJj, 1'. J
Binke, salai, $-'). 'A bill ot Auhbald
Aratcr comnanj for hdiants amount
ing to $40 was laid ocr until a collec
tion is made tot the bieakage of one
Indiant Piesldent 131ake, ot the hose
iomi)in, suggested that the council
get one "two-wa" lijduut to leplace
le bioken lidimt on the public
squaie It was asriecd to do so Mi
Wagner then lulled attention to the
fact that Councilman Mc (51 mi was not
Using In this boiough and a suggestion
was made that the Miiant caused b
his absante should be lllled Mi Hunt
mined that Ml MiGljniis seat be de
clined acant and the motion was
adopted Nominations to 1111 tho u
canc being In oidei. Ml. Hunt nlso
named James F Phllbin Thomas K
Munlrf numed EdwaidCialg A ballot
was taken and Ml Phllbin was elected,
he having leiehed the otes of Jones,
Behle, Wuunti Hunt and Gilmaitln
Mi Bane nnd Mi Munle sotedfolMi
Cialg A claim fiom Attoiness I'lelt.
and Caioentei, renieseiitlng Michael
Fiableskle, foi Jl',0 foi damage done
to h's hoi so, was piesented and the
boiough nttoines was dlricted to attend
to the mattei The hoi ,e fell on the 1c
on Cemetei stieet and "tirtalnod a
broken leg Mi Fiubltskle c lalnn the
boiough Is liable because It had not
kept the stieet In lepaii.
The oldest child of Mi and Mis AVil
11am Hi oid 1 sick with dlphtheila
Don't icngot to attend the stippei and
entei talnment nutlet the auspice s of tht
oillclal !.oaid at the Methodist Episco
pal e hill eh pailois next Wednesda
evening Suppei wll bo sened fiom G
to 10 Dining the evening the iollowlng
piomamme will be lendeied Anthem
by c hull , iccitatlon, Miss Jessie Steins
leeitatlon, Miss Guide Du selection
Keystone quaitette, leeitatlon, Miss
Maud Ti evei ton i eeltutlon, .Miss Mabel
Day, duet, John Wat no and Miss Nel
lie Olunvllle, selection, by choli , iecl
tatlon Miss Kate Dodson, lpcltutlou,
Miss Reba Slmpklns, selection, Key
stone quaitette, leeitatlon, Miss Ola
Hogets sulo, AH John Waine leeita
tlon, Mi Saiah Fieui, selection, b
Mis, Chailes Miller and son, Chaun
cey, of Paik Place, spent Sunday with
her paients. Mi. and Mis F, White.
Miss Nellie DeGiaw, who has boon
visiting the Misses Bertha and Wini
fred Reynolds, of the West End, has
! elurned to her homo In Seranton.
A. F. Klrer spent Sunday with lela
tKes at Wilkes- Bane.
Mis. A. 11. Jenkins, of tho West End,
Is entei tnlnlng her niece, Miss Bessie
Webster, of South Canaan.
Miss Nettle Collins, of Klzeis, Is vis
iting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Elmer
Kennedy, on Hlckoiy stieet.
Miss Rose Biuv and Miss I.elca
Hendricks Hpent Sunday with fi lends
Mr. and Mis. Clnronce Williams, Mr.
and Mis, Hotnce Menner and Mr. and
Mis. Wlllam Waifleld will leave this
moinlng for a lslt with l datives at
This moinlng the funeral of Mis Av
on Esans, of Pond stieet, will occur.
Funeial sen lees will be conducted at
the house Rev lor Thomas will of
ficiate The funeial coitege will be
conveyed to Plymouth on the 1130 a.
in tiutn on the Delawaie, I, ackavv an
na and Western uilliond foi Intel ineiit
Rev I. R Fostei, of Aublliii Theo
logical seminal, pleached at the
mottling se,ce n the Piesbytorlun
chuich on Sunday, nnd In the evening
iw occupied the pulpit at the Suinnei
Avenue Presbvteilan chuuh, Hyde
Paik. Rev. Fostei Is a candidate foi
the vacant pulpit of the uplted
When have the Hie plugs on the
stieets of out boiough been examined
It would be a seilous matter If there
should be a (lie In town to ilnd them
The employes of the Aichbald col
llei leceived their monthly earnings
foi Januaiy yesteiday.
Thomns Jones, of 11 de Puk, was
a pallet on Tayloi fi lends Sunday eve
ning Mis. William Thomas and Mts. John
Hall, of South Spianton, visited ft lends
In this town on Sunday.
The funeial sei v Ices over the ic
malns of the late lolin Messltt, of
Noitli Tnvloi, whose death occmred
on Filday last after a llngetlng Ill
ness, took plate estetday moinlng at
S in o'clock and was hugely nttended
A high mass of lequlein was celebint
ed at the St. Joseph's chinch. Intel -rnent
was made at the Mlnooka Catho
The work of the last half of tho enr
was begun last week with all Indica
tions favoiable to a successful tei ini
tiation .in June.
Rev Fianeis McFetridi, the popular
reotoi of the Episcopal chuich, has
depaited for Reading to take up his
labois in a largei Held
The lady students boatdlng oi liv
ing at a distance have otganized a
litetaiy society to meet each Satui
Owing to an eiror on the pait of the
bin eau, Mi Kennun's lectin e on "The
Slbeiian Convict Mines" has been
postponed until some evening In Match
An Inteiestlng institute was held bv
the laimeis of this county In Pitt's
hall, this boiough, Filday and Satui
day. Vailous subjects of an agiailan
nntine weie discussed by the faimcis
of this vicinity and by noted state
agtlcultuiists. Among the lattei were
Piofessor F W. MeCotmlek, State
collpge, and Colonel J. A. Woodwaid,
state expeilment.il station, Howard,
Centei county. The lattei tjentleman
was of line piesence and a foieeful
speakei. His add ess on "Feitllizeis"
was Inteiestlng, logical and edifying.
Satin dav evening an c'ducatlonal ses
sion was held In the Baotist chuich.
Di Albto In Ills usual eifectlve and
pithv style discussed the question:
"Should We Have Gtaded Schools In
the Cotinti''" Piofessor Longstreet
followed in an able talk on the same
subject. The session closed with an
addiess by Professoi MiCoimlck, of
State college, on "Farmei's Reading
Coutse" These institutes are con
ducted by the state, good lltetatine Is
dlstilbuted and all Is ol great value
to the fat met 8 It is a Vety foiclble
aigument against the clamoi that the
state Is doing nothing to help the poor
'I O WAN DA.
The statue of the goddess of liberty
has been placed on the new couit
Boin To Mi. and Mrs. Louis Hart
ley, Jan 8, a daughtei.
At the sheilff's sale Satuiday M.
Henleman's jew ell y stoie was sold to
William Maxwell, esq,, and Hendel
man & Co 's diy goods stoie has been
inn chased by W E. I.lttle, esq. Exe
cutions to the amount of $J3,000 had
The Daniel Blackmail estate In Pike
township was sold Satuiday at oi
pltans' com t sale to C F. Mooie, of Lo
Ray sv llle
The I.llllan Kennedy company In the
"Deacon's Daughtei" Is billed foi
Hale's opeia house Wednesday even
ing Editor Mac Waul, of the Bialnttim
Messenget, was In town Satin da, be
ing In attendance at the oiganizatlon
ot a tii-eount edltoi lal association.
Mac is tinning out one of the best lo
cals in this pat t of tlte state, and de
ceives the henit suppoi t of his towns
Stanley Jndwln, of Biooklyn, N. Y,
Is visiting i datives here.
W. S Palmei Is hai vesting a fine
quality of ice
William Atheilon and Belt Gilllln
made a vety successful iishing tiip
to Wlndtall pond last Satuiday,
Mrs J W Mooie Is mnklnii a alien t
stay with the widow of the late Rich
aid T Edwaids, on Academy stieet,
A White-Hull caucus was hold last
week at school No 1 to nominate olll
ceis foi the coming boiough election
lustlee Hall and Constable White
fought tugithet lit the late wai, and
they still otr'lst In lighting foi good
local gov ti nun nt Tiny nominated ol
llceis to 111! all vacancies at the sptlpg
I!mjlc8, blotcUos, blackheads led, rout-'', oily,
moth) nUn, lulling ecalj seilp, dr, tbln, mid
fallini hair, mid bal) bkrailn pieventiel by
CUTicuim Soap, tbo inottiffi-ctivoaLlii iuirlfj.
Inland Icaullfjlnijsoaiiln tbo world us u til a I
liurmtuud Bv.'ieii'Bi (or toilet, batli, and uursery.
Inol 1 throuchout tho worl J, Pottsr D, n 0 Com-,
Bole l'rup , lloiton. oir"nowtoHiiutiryliobkin,"ftca
BLOOD HUMORS g,i?rr,'u.Ji,'L'SiIJUihJ3.
Cclolnntod for Its groat loavenltip: stronitth
nnil licnltlifulnes. Assures tho fool iigjiuit
alum and nil forms of iidultoratlon common
to tho cheap bi uuls
110VA1, 1IVMMI POWDHtCO , NI.W VOIIK
election, but a number ot cltls-ens weie
dlssutisiled with theli selections and
culled anothei caucus and nominated
nn Independent ticket.
Mr. and Mrs. James Blown, of Al
bany, N. Y., nie the guests of Mr. and
Mts. William Malum, at the Mahon
Miss Maggie Kenned v, of Ninth
Scianton, spent Sunduy with Miss Maty
Mis Thomas Me Govern Is confined to
hei home with dlphtheila.
Misses Edith ad Geitiudo Watklns, of
Taylor, visited Ml and Mis. T. W. Wat
klns, of the West Side, o ei Sunday.
A M AtliPiton has t etui nod fiom a
ti Ip to New Yoi k.
Mis. John Lally is lsltlng her parents
at Av oia. .
The Hetnv Clay castle, Knights of
the Golden Eagle-, will celobialo their
ninth annlveisaiy In Edwaids' hall,
Monday evening, Feb. 2,"
Fiank McLaughlin spent Sunday at
J. E. Mulonev, of Scianton, was a
eallei In town yesteiday.
A lfi-cent stoie has been opened In the
Schubiuehl block on Susquehanna
Miss Jennie Voyle has teturned home
fiom a visit with idathes at Catbon
dale. Miss Man- McNicol has lesigned her
position in Han IV cash stoie.
Miss Delia McTiernev, of Seranton,
was entei tallied by fi lends In town
Tiank Miller and Miss Tulalle Piatt,
of YVv onilner setnlnaty, spent Sunday
vlth thelt paients.
Mis. 1! YV. Lewis spent yesteiday in
At the Mtliodlst elnucli supper last
Friday nltrltt $J" was cleaied.
Mis. Jennie Hauy, of Plttston, is
vlbitlni? bet patents, Dr. and Mis. C.
Dr. Gutlnie, of WIIKes-Paiie, was
called heie Sunday on account of the
seilous Illness of Mis Joseph "Welch.
Piofcs'-oi Can, ot Scianton, ;as In
town Satuiday and has oipanlzed a
banjo, guitar and mandolin club
AV. A. KlttiedRe and niothei have
Kone to Veitnont foi a ten days' visit
D. "W. Static left yesteiday on a
business tiip to i:imiia, Canton and
Mis. Ed Stone letuined yesteiday
f loin a ten days' visit with Mis. J. P.
Hieldlntrer, at Mansileld.
JIis. J. II. Kiam ptave a patty Sat
uiday aftei noon fot hei daughter, Gei
tiude, in honor of her tenth bltth
day. An enjoyable time was leported.
213 Wyoming Avenue.
ROOMS I AND 2, COM'LTH D'L'D'G,
FINING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND KUCH.
LAHLIN & RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Elcctrlo r.dttenos, Kloctilu Cxuloloi-J for u
piouiui; masu, -i.irecj fuse, mil
'JjJ S.-l sist-- !
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What Sarah Uernlinrel
Mr ilfc E
MOQSIC POWDER CO., f
W W & rk rafef I kMI
uepauno (Jiiemlcil Co. s
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Lri r..ysTj yjuLOr -l--.
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HININR, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Vanufactured ftt tho Wapwallopen Mills.
L.uzern county. Pa., and nt Wil
HENRY BEUN, Jr.
General Agent for tho Wyoming District
118 WYOMINd AVCNUn. Seranton, Po,
Third Nationil Hank Building.
TH09. TORD, Plttston, Fa.
JOHN B SMITH & SON, Plymouth, Pa.
E W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Barro, Pa.
Agents for tho Itepauuo Cliemicn Com.
tany's High Explosives.
Strictly New Laid Eggs.near by, 25c
Fresh Eggs, Jersey Stock 22c
Cood Storage Eggs 16c to 18c
Faucj Hot-House KiulIMies,
Hijic Tomatoes, Cucumbers,
Green lleans, Caiillllouers,
Musbrooms, i;tc, Etc.
If. H. PIERCE. KM Mi
GOODS TO BE
SALES FOR CASH ONLY.
Our selections for tlie spring trade are arriving. TV"e
must have space, and in order to make it will clear out the
patterns in stock.
The greater part made in anticipation of the coming season,
at a price which will insure their speedy removal,
LOOK AT OUR STOCK.
COMPARE PRICES and QUALITY
And we are confident of the result.
PpliSESi 4-08 LACKAWANNA AYENUE.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
! DON'T WAMT
! TO TALK
About the loss on these Ulsters
-don't want to think about it just want to get
'em out of the way- You may have those worth
9, 10, 11, 13.50, 14, 15, and some at 18 dollars,
for the one price of
Wp VCJ D id 4KJ-' B
Ate; plentiful in oiii Clothing ileptvt
nient j.ist at preint. We) are biins
intt this dop ii tniont tinder the fcanio
i-iiof at am Fuinlture, Ctnpets and
othtr IJoini Kiiriilshings. We'io do.
ius; this in ordei to get better light,
nmro room, to les-sen expenses, to give
jou battor boivice tlian ovoi. In con.
Mtiiioncc of this removal, all our
Clothing is veij inuuh reduced in
piles-, as we eipeeinllj' de-iro to tell
eveiv guiment boloie tlio stock la
Wo Sell f -SrvTV
On Credit .OMX
This Sale, ijs
421 LACKAWANNA AVH.
FOR THIS WEEK IN
MD CHEN'S JACKETS
AND LADIES' COATS, CAPE5 AND SUITS.
Such linrgnins ns wc olTcr this week
arc- worthy or our attention. It means
line Kr.ide (jomls at about otic-third
the cost of manufactttie.
Tlic follow Ins; may give yon a little
Idea of some of the bargains :
Olio Hinnlllotof Misses' mill
Children's Coats, assorted
Ati clepnnt Ilouclo Coat,
linlfsllk liued, shield front,
stylish colhu, Season's iirlee,
A Fine Curl Persian Cloth
Cout, latest cut. lined
throughout With Hhndume
silk. Season's price 910.00,
An clegnut French Cater
pillar Coat, lined thtotighout
with silk Sold In the sea
son for $15,00, now
A beautiful assortment of
Keisoy Coats, some siik lined
thioughout and some half
lined. Season's price, ?S.OO
and fclO.UO, now
Z. WEINGART, PropV.
NO DISCOUNTS ALLOWED
We guarantee our stock
of riiuinelcil Ware to be
tlie HLSl'Kiiuineled Ware
ever oll'ercil ALL FIRSTS
No b Tea Kettles, S1.2U
No 1) Tea Kettles, l.ii'J
Preserving Kettles, Lipped.
lO-quart, - - (J9c
l'l-tiuart, - 7J)i!
17-iinart, - . )Sc
Long llaiullc Dippers, 2i)o
Dniildng Cups, . . 10c
Was.il li.tsiiis, . 2Uc
All lie.st Grade.