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TOE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 12, Sf)7.
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PROMENADE AND DANCE.
lMeiiMint Soeinl (JnthorliiR nt the K.
V. llurltc llullilliif;.
The Invitations Issued by Messrs. I.
M. Smith, H. H. .Jadwln and Dwlght
Cianc f(ir n gruntl social liromennde
dante bi ought n lurfje assembly to the
Huiku building on Wednesday evening
The hall was beautifully decorated for
the occasion. The Mozart oichestta
furnished music which v. us of a high
Among thoo piesent veie: Misses
Maud Copeland, Margaiet Clnikson,
Suslo Jadwln, Josephine Iluir, Itenn
Dalcv, Stella Hunter, Grnco Vnnnn,
nilsMbcth "Wvllle, Grace Smith, Tloi
ent'o Ilnirlson, Minnie IteynoUK Oincu
Ilathawaj, Belle Viinnnn, Anna Hud
son, JJettha Hnthaway, Maiy AVatt,
Alice Rnshlelgh, Oertiude Bitinson,
Olivia Helling, Mis. W. Leonaid, Sai
nh Fordliam, Soanton; Mls Kte,
Plttston. Mossis. and Metdumes V.
Hubbard, W. A. Mamllle, 1 H. Jen
kln.. It. O Watrnus. W. H. Watt, W.
Krlck. W. O. Sumy, Mcssis I. V. Hol
lenbeck, J J. Thompson, Thpodoie Mor
fmi, A. r 15li Kttt, V. Hamilton, U n.
nobeitB, W J. Wolcott, It H. Jadwln,
Dwlght Crane, Randolph Mason, A. II.
Vanduimuk. Hd Yaiilngton, Charles
r'iklns It A. Jadwln, W 13. Giltmun,
W. A, Soencet, II. G. Likely, Homtr
Laker, Joseph lloole, George Mills,
Robert lloolt. Tied Moses, Charles
Uichaul and I.vinnn Smith.
AIRS. PIERCE AT HOME.
A l.urge uml rushioiinble Kcccption
on M edrcsdii).
A delightful leceptlon vas given on
Wednesday afternoon and evening by
Mrs T. r. Pierce and daughter, Mis
L, II Snjder, at the 1'aik stieet home.
Nearly two bundled tuests veie pies
ent and enjoyed the delightful occas
ion. The afternoon leceptlon vvus fot
ladles alone, in the evening gentlemen
also were lecelved.
The decollations, though not elab
orate, vv etc tasteful. Smllax, cut How -its,
giound pine, potted plants and
alms nave the room a chaimlng ap
peal ance. The dlnlnsr loom was dec
oiated with ilnk and traen.
Mtsdames M A Haiilson, D Scuuy,
I C Deckel and A Buidkk assisted In
enteitulnlng and lecehlntr the guests
llis A H Burdlck, of Sciiinton, and
Mis J. W. Dimock, of this city, assist
ed at the lefieshnieiit tables. Among
those who seied weie Misses Flora
Haiilson, Ollna Helling, Minnie Kjto.
of I'ittston; Ha Wheeler, of Jeiinvn,
Sadie Pierce, Iione Doley, Fannie Do
ley and Anna Huson, Louis Dimock
Pierce Snyder and Mubel Da Is direct
ed the guests. In the evenlnc Mes
dames Deckel and Bui dick pieslded at
Among the out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mis. W. L Foote, of Wilkes
Baiiu; Mis. M. W. Wilson, Mis. V.
Dolph and Mis Buidlek, of Scianton,
Mr and Mis LMwuid Baiber and Mr
unci Mrs. Geoige Stephens, of Pcck
llle. Iiuprovemcntt lor St. Kosc Church.
St Rose pailsh having completed the
woik on the new paiochlal lesldence,
will now consider needed alterations
and impioeinents lor the church
building. The Rev. T F. Coffey has
expiessed the desdie of his people for
some needed changes. The building
was elected twentj-lle jeaib ago and
theie is now need of some lemodellng
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Delawaie and Hudson Conductor
James Honej, of Belmont stieet, had
the middle linger of his left hand
ciushed while coupling cats Wednes
day afternoon. He was taken to the
Emergency hospital, whete the tlngei
was amputated by Dr H C. Wheeler
Mis. Maty Oichaid and little grand
daughter, Maile, visited fi lends in
Mrs. F. J Gulie, of New York cltv,
Is visiting her mother, Mis. Davis, on
Miss Edith Lewis, of South Chinch
stieet, is veiy ill.
Griffith Moigan, of Toiraco stieet, Is
uiffeilng fiom lheumatlsm.
Maigueiite, the little 4-year-nld
laughter of Mr and Mis. Flaheity, of
Spilng street, died jesteiday moining
at 3 o'clock after a bilef Illness.
John AV. Jones, of South Chinch
stieet, who has been 111 for the past
two weeks, has retutned to his woik
In the Gravity shop.
Mr. and Mis. Edward V. House, of
River stieet, enteitalned a few ft lends
In honor of their little son's blithday
Mifa. Adelbeit Day Is seriously ill at
her homo on Lauiel stieet
J. H. Reese Is home fiom a shoit
visit to the metiopolls.
Miss Emily Dunlap, of Honesdale, Is
the guest of her Msters, Mrs Will
lam McClaln and Mis. Robeit Sloan
James McMillan, sr , Is very 111 at his
home on Noith Church stieet.
Representative J. r. Reynolds ic
turned from Hanlsburg Wednesday
evening and Is quite 111 at his home
on Paik street with an attack of la
William MeNuIty, of Dundaff street,
Is out again alter a two w eeks' 'Illness
Miss Minnie Kyte, of Plttston, who
has been the guest of Miss Flora Har
rison, left today for Equlnunk, wheie
she will spend some time with fi lends
Miss Anna Powdeily, of Scianton, Is
visiting at the home of her patents,
Mr and Mis. II. W. Powdeily
Miss Regina McCabe, of Canaan
stieet, who has been visiting for a few
das In New York city, has returned
T, H. Elmer has moved fiom Louis
Brauei's place on Noith Church stieet
to Park stieet.
Miss Hattle Wheny, of Belmont
Wall Paper. . . .
All the latest designs and colorings
for the spring trade. Wc guarantee
our prices the lowest.
419 LACXA. AVENUE.
street, who has been spending the past
two weeks with fi lends In Honesdule,
hus l etui tied home.
James B. MeTlghe, who has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. T. r. Walsh,
In Green Ridge, has letuined home,
Mis. Hrk la entertaining hot mother,
Mrs. Vatney, of South Canaan,
Mrs. John Wade, of Washington
street, Is seriously 111.
Thomas J.uvlson left jesterday for
the south. He will bo absent about
two months. Soon after Ills return he
will .stmt on Ills blejcle tilp to San
W. W. Callender, of Church street,
Is the guest of friends In Wllkes
Barre. Miss Fordham, of Green Ridge, was
the guest of Mrs. W. A. Manvllle on
REPUBLICAN BOROUGH TICKET.
Burgess James E. Watklns.
Tax Collectoi John D. Jones.
High Constable D. M. Davis.
Audltoi Thomas J. Hughes.
Counell James B. Powell, sr., Evan
L Davis, Thomas II. Jenkins, Hcniy
E Hairls, John Ayers, ji.
School Dlioctots Tulllo AV. Jones,
James Mapleson, John Conley.
The following appealed In last Sun
daj's Fiee Press: "The following Item
is well wot thy the consideration of ev-
et y taxpajer: Justice of the Peare
Andiow Doles wants only $100 per veai
for the ofllce of burgess, or $300 for the
tetm of three eurs, while the Repub
lican nominee, James E. Watklns,
wants $400 pel jear, or all that Is In
It. Bj electing Doles It will be a sav
ing of $900 Let every vote! consider
The following also appeared In jes
tei day's Republican: "U request It Is
stated that the borough of Taj lor Is
paving mote money to Its burgess than
any borough In Pennsj lvanlu. One
hundied dollais Is the highest amount
paid in other boioughs, while some pay
onlv $r)0. This boiough pas $100.
Some people are having a snug beith
at the expense of the borough. This
borough Is In debt and always will be
If it is going to squander monev like
Theie can be no doubt as to who
wtote these items. It was W. G. How -ells,
the Republican coitespondent.
Eveiy votei In Tav loi knows that
How ells was falily and honestly de
feated for the nomination foi buigess
on the Republican ticket bj an over
whelming majoilty, and Instead of tak
ing his defeat giacefull and manfullv,
he whines. If How ells had lecelved
the nomination, would he say one woid
about the burgess' salaij?
The present contest Is for the ofllce
of butgess and not foi the salaiy, for
It tests with the borough council to fix
and deteimlne what salaij. If any, the
butgess shall receive. Andiew Doles,
a Democratic justice of the peace In an
ov ei whelming Republican boiough,
would take the ofllce ut a saint y of
$100 Of course he would. But would
he not albo turn everj case that came
before him provided he was elected
burgebs, that was purely and simply
a boiough case, Into a ense of assault
and batteiy or some such cilmlnal of
fense and pocket the fee, so that the
boiough would get nothing-' Could he
not In this way very soon Inctease his
fees to more than $100? A'otets of the
boiough of Tayloi, be not deceived by
such sophistry and deception!
An entertainment of tecltatlons, mu
sic, singing, quattettes, duets, solos,
etc, will be given by Mis. King's Sun
day school class In the Methodist
chinch, Taloi, Pa , on Filday evening,
Teb 12. Cake and coffee will be
setved after the entettalnment. The
public Is coidlally Invited.
Mi. Thomas James, of II de Paik,
visited fi lends In this town Tuesdav.
The No. 9 class of the Methodist
Episcopal church will Elve a perfoim
ance this evening at the chuich, and
they promise a first class enteitaln
ment, all for the small sum of 10 cents.
After the following programme, te
fieshments will be seived-
Selection Mrs S. J Phillips
Recitation Miss Rubj Gungwer
Solo Thomas Owens
Duet Misses Moigans and Knapp
Recitation Delia Davis
Misses Besecker, Moigans, andMessis.
AVatklns and Dibble.
Solo William Jones
Recitation Nettle Lewis
Duet Lizzie and Cotdle Owens
Solo RIehatd AVatklns
Recitation Miss Hattle McKenle
Duet Mr. Jones and Miss Knapp
Solo John F. Tubbs
Recitation Nellie Caldwell
Master Aithur and AA'lllle Moigans
Recitation Miss Kittle Olmstead
Mi. and Mrs John Jenkins, of Kings
ton, visited lelatives In this place on
Born To Mr. and Mrs Homy Evans,
of Taylor stieet, on AVednesday, a son.
Miss Agnes Miller, of Philadelphia,
has teturned homo after a few weeks'
visit at the home of Mis. Mackin on
Mr. J. B Yeager, of AVIlkes-Batre,
was a visitor In town Monday.
Mis. AV. L. Can, of Peckville, Is
spending a few dajs with ft lends In
Mlss riorence Yeaser, of Scianton,
la spundlns a few wieeks with her
uncle and uunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
The social given by the Cheerful
AVoikers at the home of Mr. and Mis.
G. S. Blown AVednesday evenlng was
largely attended and a veiy pleasant
evening was spent by those who weie
Miss Stasia Conboy entertained a
number of het many fi lends at hei
home on Cooper stieet Filday evening.
Music and games were Indulged in un
til a late houi, after which tefiesh
ments were seived. Those piesent
fiom Scranton were: Misses Floience
Yeager, Annie Yeau'er, Han let Davis,
Minnie Davis, Nettle Jonc-s, Lizzie
Butcher, Maud Jeffety, Hattlu Gieen,
Hattle Jones; Messrs. "Will Thomas,
Charles Thomas, Het belt Green, Jo
seph Nelson, John Zuttluh, Edwatd
Michaels, Charlie Moyle and Herbett
James, Moscow; Misses Giace Hinds,
Bessie Maioney, Mjra Harudon, Cot
dle Pyle, Rotualne AVIlbur, Sat ah A'an
Brunt, Emma Golden, Agnes Tlghe,
Mable, DeAVitt, Cat lie Swatts, Staslu
Dougherty, Bessie Conboy, Nellie Con
boy, Maiy Flynii, Mrs. M. A'angotder;
Messts. AVI11 A'an Btunt, Thomas Cun
ningham, Chaille A'ungoider, Frank
Warden, AValter AVatdell, AV111 Shaw,
Fied Shaw, Chaille Van Brunt, Geoige
De "Witt. Frank De Witt. Hairy Wall,
Call Beck, Joseph Conboy, John Con
Rheumatism Cured in n l)a.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures In one to
three dajs. Its action upon the system
Is remarkable and mjsterlous It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits. 75 cents. Sold
by Cail Lotenz, 18 Lackawanna ave
nue, druggist, Scranton.
At a meeting of the Congregational
ministers of this region held this week
in Plttston It was decided to hold the
next convention In this' town on Match
8. A paper will be lead by Rev. R. S.
Jones, D. D , on "The Pastor, His Place,
and Rights as a Member and an Of
ficer In the Church Under His Chaige,"
also a paper by Rev. D. Jones on "The
Teaching of Jesus Chi 1st, Conveinlng
Himself, His Person, and His AVoik."
A pleasant social affair took place
AVednesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mis. Michael Fatrell In honor of
their daughter Lizzie's eighth birthday.
Among those ptesont were: May Far
t ell, Blanche and Emma Holmes, Ma
mie Donnelly, Nettle Edmunds, Rose
Qulnn, Madeline and Lillian AValker,
Tlllle and Myrtle Roe, Etta Duffy, Lo
letta and Johanna Sullivan, Alice Malt
land, Nellie Ncaiy, Geitle Edmunds,
Annie Degnan, Aggie Gradv, Mame
McGouldilck, Llllj, Jullu, Maine and
Annie Gieen, Kate and Maiy Kllkut,
Cella Brady, Rosannn Coylo, Jcnnlo
McGairy, Amy AVIlllams, Gaylotd Moi
gans, Leonard AValker, Thomas E. Ed
munds, Geoige and James Edmunds;
Michael Contwell, John Tallott, Joe
Brady, James Sullcan, Sylvester Mc
Gany, Hany Gieen, Thomas Green,
Anthony Lally and Frank AValkei.
The AValkei Hose company have
aw aided the contract for the making
of their new unifoims to James Allen.
They will be daik gieen In coloi. Prince
Albert pattern with the legulatlon flte
depattment buttons, trimmed with
black mllltniy braid
The following Is from the Carbon-
dale Leader of February 11: "Editor
Boundy says the Issue at stake In the
coming election Is water. The Repub
lican coitespondent says the postofllce
Is the issue. AVhlch Is right? If the
Republican nominees are elected what
guarantee have we that the. borough
will have its water works5? Surely If
watei is the Issue the voters should
have some undet standing about It. If
the postolllcc Is the Issue does It mean
that if the Democrats aie elected the
ptesent postmaster will serve out his
teim ot does It mean that If the Repub
licans are elected some one else will
get It? What does It mean anyhow?
Will the two mouldeis of liubllo opin
ion Use and explain?"
Mr. Hany Jackson Is quite sick at
his home on Second stieet.
Mr. G. G. Pljer, special agent of the
Lancashire Insurance company, was In
Di. Manly made a professional call
to Sctanton jesteiday
AVllllain Raw ling and Thomas Rob
eits weie In Scranton last evening.
Born On Feb 10, to Mt. and Mrs
L F. Motils, a daughter.
Rlchuid Friend, John and Gomel
Lewis entertained their fi lends AVed
nesday night at Gllmore hull A va
tlet.v of games weie plajed and a veiy
enjojable evening was spent. Those
ptesent were Misses Hattle Mason, Se
llna Morcom, Cora Fowlet, Eva Mel
low, Sat ah Jenkins, Jessie Sanfoid,
Katie Robeits, Ida Caitet, Lizzie
Mann, Clara Rowe, Mvia Hill, Hattle
Oakley, Lizzie Oakley, Emily Friend,
Annie Jones, May and Llbble Hen
wood, Belle Bakei, Jennie AA'heelei,
Edith A'oeste, Annie Griffiths, Bessie
Filend, Maud Jones, Marj and Lizzie
Giles, Ina AVeed and Nellie AVllcox, of
A'andllng, Kittle Carpenter, of Oly
phailt; Emily and Nettie Steed and
Lena Smith, of Mooslc; Miss Maggie
LaRue, of Carbondale; Messrs Mai tin
Gill, Will Davis, AA'lllle Patks, Thomas
Champion, Frank Gendall, John Os
borne, Samuel Gtlfllths, Charles Mayn
urd, David Jones, John Lewis, RIehatd
Friend, Rlchaid Owens, David Jenkins,
AVllllain Friend, AVIlllam Tiottei, AVlll
lain Miller, Jnmes Rellley, Thomas Nlc
oll, Richard Jones, Tiank Jeffrey, AVlll
lain Robeits, Tied Stevens, Richard
Rosemorgy, Allan Hall, Thomas Ow
ens, John Rowe, David Davis, Thomas
Jones, Garfield AVIlllams, Robert Tut
lej, Frank Jones, Daniel Jones, David
Watklns, William Dimock, of Carbon
dale, and Mr. Lavin and Mr. Thomas,
Geoige AValters while drawing ice
vesteiday, lecelved a very painful In
juiy by tunnlnsr a spike In his knee.
He worked all day, but last evening it
pained him seveiely.
Mts Geoige E. A alters Is suffetlng
at her home on Main street with la
AVIlllam Moicom, of Second street,
Is veiy 111.
Fiom ptesent Indications the Rev.
AA'alker, now holding evangelistic set-
"You voting brat, that's the fifth plate
jou've btokeii todaj,"
"I'll Just dilnk this and end mi tioubles
"Quick, wife; that voung brat has swal-
'lov.ed u quuit of m Uevtlopet!"
IV A Kl
tM ir x-
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"No, I don't want none ei jer medicine,
Thltf tulT Is good enough fer me," Ufe.
Copyright, 1897, by Mitchell .S. Miller.
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vices In Carbondale, will conduce ser
vices In this town In the near future.
Yesterday a team of horses belonging
to E. Robinson, of Scranton, was
standing outside the Traction house,
when a horse and buggy came up the,
stiecX, which seated the team and
they plunged down the street. The
driver ran out of the hotel In time to
reach over the front Wheel and grasp
the i olns. AVhllo endeavoring to stop
his horses he was stiuck by the hub
of the wheel, which caused him to
fnll. He was dragged some distance,
and although not seriously hint, was
badly bruised. Tha steam was stopped
item Cole's blackstnlth shop.
The funeral of James, the 2-months-old
child of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Gaughan, was very largely attended.
The Pennsylvania Coal company will
pay Its employes today.
Rose of the Valley lodge, Sons' of St.
Geoige, will meet In legular session
Rev. M. F. Crane Is sojourning In
Richard L. O'Malley returned last
evening from Kansas City, where he
has siient 'several weeks.
Hugh Jennings left vesterday for St.
James O'Btlen will leave tomotrow
evening to enter as a student In the
Dickinson Law Schpol.
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Johns and
Richard Diet, of Rlchmondale, were In
town on AVednesday.
Mesdamo Huttle Belle, Amanda Mc
Gulte, II. Hlnes and AV. H. Welter at
tended the Women's Christian Temper
unce union convention at Wllkes-Barre
during the past few davs
Mis John Healey, of the AVest Side,
Is suffering from a seveie attack of
Misses Belle Connoi and Alicia Dix
on are visiting ft lends In Caibondale.
St. Maiv's choir will sing at the
Holy Savior church fair at the armory
in AVllkes-Batrc next Tuesday even
ing The residents of Mooslc are undet -going
a seveie siege of measles of a
malignant tpe. New cases aie teport
Mrs. Thomas Llewelyn, sr., and Mrs
Thomas Llewelyn, Ji , are spending a
few davs with rriends In Philadelphia.
The funeral of Hany Nebone took
place on AVednesday afternoon fiom
the family lesldence on the AVest Side
The Sons of St. George, accompanied
by the Albion band and the Avoca col
liery associated fund, attended In a
body. Sei vices at the Pilmltlve Meth
odist chuich weie conducted by Revs
J. Jones and E L A'an Hoesen, of this
place and E. Russell, of AVIlkes-Batre
The pall-beaieis were Isaac Schaffer,
Nicholas Glllls, AVIlllam Bray, J. tJ
Boase, Charles Stilck and John Mc
Laughlin. Interment was made In the
The boiough council met In regulai
session on Tuesday evening All
members weie present except Ml.
Hodgson and Dr. G. B Seaman Johft
Meade acted as piesldent pio tern.
The minutes of the pievlous meeting
weie adopted as lead. long stand
ing bill that has created considerable
tiouble was oidered to be paid A B
Cuiley for high constable dues. The
pioflle and estlmnted cost of construc
tion of Plane and Brown stteets were
accepted The engineer was empow
ered to make specifications foi bund
ing the load which shall tecelve a
10-Inch ctown of slate took. The stieet
committee were given the advertising
of bids, all of which shall be presented
to the seeretaij ut the next meeting,
Feb 19 The plans and specifications
aie to be left at the ofllce of the civil
engineer, wheie they can be examined
Mis. Louise Rounds, state piesldent
of Illinois Women's Chilstlan Tempei
ance union, will deliver a lectute In the
Methodist Episcopal church next Mon
day evening, Februaiy 15.
A Sunday school Institute under the
auspices of the county association will
be held at the Baptist chutch Tuesday,
Febtuary 16, afternoon and evening
Di Roop, state supeilntendent, will be
ptesent and deliver an addiess at both
The ladies of the Baptist chuich will
setve supper at the chuich Febiuaij
'22 ft oni 5 o'clock p m.
The borough council met last even
ing and tefused to pass the oidlnance
which was presented at the last meet
ing gt anting the Noith Ablngton AVa
ter company a franchise. The pto
ceedlngs weie of a veiy peaceable char
acter. Quite a number of citizens wete
piesent, no doubt with the expectation
that there was to be a lively light on
Such was not the case, howevei. Theio
were no speeches elthei pio ot con. The
wot thy fathets had evidently come
w lth their minds fully made up and
when the matter was bi ought up It
was voted down by a vote of 5 to 3, one
member of council present not voting
The executive committee of the
Young Men's Chilstlan association met
lest evening and transacted consldei
able business. Mr. A. Ball was elected
vice president In place of Mr. A. G
Ives, who tendered his resignation
when he iemoved from th place. J. II
Swart, r. II. Wall and F. R. Calla
ghan were elected delegates to thr state
convention to be held at Reading, Pa ,
on the ISth, l'Kh, 20th and 21st inst. A
committee consisting of Will Rvme.,
Geoige Osborn and r. H AVall was ap
pointed to solicit new members. It has
come to the notice of the committee
that some of the reading matter con
sisting of magazines and peilodlcals
have been taken uway from the ioom
without authoilty. Steps weie taken
to pi event this In the futuie.
The meeting of the Keystone union
of Christian Endeavor which has been
announced to take place Filday aftet
noon and evening In the Baptist chuich
will no doubt be well attended. Spe
cial musical featutes ate expected to
be lntioduced and the lectuie by Re.
Joseph K, Dixon, D D, In the even
ing should draw a large audience.
John Grier called on Scranton ft lends
last evening '
The second monthly social of the
Club of '97 was held In Callahan's hall
on AVednesday evening The affair,
which had been looked forwaid to bv
the many Invited for the past month,
was a brilliant success.
An entertainment and social for the
When )ou take Hood's I'JIU. The big, old fasli
loned, sugar-coated plIU, vvlilch tear j on all to
pieces, am not In it with Hood's, l'as) to take
and cas to operute, Is true
of Hood's Pills, which are S 1 I 4
up to date In e ery respect. W III b
Safe, certain and sure. All
druggists. 23c. C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
The pul) rills to take with Hood's Sarsaparlllu.
benefit, of Luke McGulte, who was re
cently lujuted near the Richmond col
liery, will be given In Fadden's hall on
tte evening of Feb. 22.
Martin Smith, aged 31 yeais, a minor
at the Clear Spilng collleiy, was fatal
ly Injured yesteiday by a fall of coal
James Hill, claiming to do business
In this city and Scranton, was attested
on a charge of defrauding met chants
throughout the countty by the use of
the United States malls. Ho was held
to answer at the next session ot the
United States cout ts.
John Drake, of AVyomlng, aged 40
years, was killed In this city yesterday
afternoon while engaged In excavating
a trench. A boulder of frozen dlit fell
upon him, crushing his head beyond
"liaising Him. "--Life.
,Copvi Ight, 1SS7, by Mitchell .v. Mlllor.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
liver Oil with Hypophos
phites brings back the ruddy
gloAV of life to pale cheeks,
the lips become red, the ears
lose their transparency, the
step is quick and elastic, work
is no longer a burden, exer
cise is not followed by ex
haustion; and it does this be
cause it furnishes the body
with a needed food and
diseased action to
With a better cir
culation and improved nu
trition, the rest follow.
For salt at 50 cents and $lwby all druggists
SCOTT & BOW NE, Chrrrusts, New Vork.
At Our New ami
130 WYOMING AVENUE,
Coal Exchange, Opp, flute! Jcrrnyn
"Old firm in new surround
lags," like an old 'Stone In new
settings," shines more brilliant
tlian ever, and "shines for all."
Diamonds, Fine Jewlery,
Rich Cut Glass, Clocks,
Fine Leather Goods,
When yon see our Net Price
you will ask for No Discount. Al1
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured it tho Wapnallopen Mills
L,uzernt county. Pa , and at Wil
HENRY BELJN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District.
US WYOMINQ AVCNUE. Scranton, Fa.
Third National Bank Building.
TIIOS TORD. Plttston. Pa.
JOHN B SMITH & SON. Plymouth, Pa.
B W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Bine. Pa,
Agents for tho Ilepauno Chemical Corn
pony's Hlsh Dxploslves.
CALL UP 3GB:
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE.
141 TO 131 MERIDIAN STREET.
M. W. COLLINS, Manager.
YOU CAN SAVE MONZY BY B J, 113
Ladies' and Children's Wear.
Seal and Plush Sacqus,
Carpets and Feather lied?
L. POSNER, 21 Lackawanna Avs.
WOLF & WENZEL,
531 Linden., Opp. Court llousr,
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Bole Agents for Richardson Doynton'd
Furnaces uud Itaugos.
Pimple, blotchos, bhckheiuh, red, rouc.h,
oily, mothy skin, itching, scaly scalp, dry,
thin,ntid fulling hair, and biby bloniNhcs
prevented by Uuticuiia Soai, tho most
olTectlvo skin purifying and boiutlfylng
soap hi tho world, ns well ns purest and
sweetest for toilet, b ith, and nursery.
Fotr U told throughout the wnrlj IYittsii Dnuo)
4hCillM LOHP.holcl ropi , rii(on,t; 8 A
oy"llowlol'revtnt luce tlumon," milled free.
EVERY HUMOR rT,tt,!04 K"d
You must liavo. You must kobp tho30 chil
dren wnrni. Don't risk their jouuk lives on
cold floors. In cold rooms Vory fow quarters
buy hoitors tiou. Wo nro closing thorn out.
You mnkii your own prlcoso Ions as y u don't
ot bolow cost 0 must hnvo tho room they
Foote & Shear Co.
119 Washington Ave.
Lodge and Corporation Seals,
Rubber Stamp Inks, All Colors,
Daters, Pads, Pookel Culler,
Razors, Strops, PaiUos,
Bicycles and Supplies,
Athletic and Gymnasium Goods,
222 WYOMING AVE.1UE.
Strictly New Laid Eggs,near by, 25c
Fresh Eggs, Jersey Stock 22c
Good Storage Eggs 16c to 18c
Fane) Hot-House Itadishes
Uipc Tomatoes, Cucumber
Green Beans, fanlifiowers,
Musbrooins, lite, Ktc.
In Nottingham Curtains, Irish Point, Brussels, Cross
Stripe, Snow Flake Alusseleue and Swiss (both plain and
Attention is particularly requested to our line of
Chenille and Tapestry Curtains and Table Covers, which
are offered at prices never before quoted in Scranton.
408 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Opp. Main lhitrancs to Wyoming House.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended 'According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
421 LACKAWANNA AVE.
FOR THIS WEEK IN
ftND LADIES' COATS, CAPE5 AND SUITS.
Such liarfi.iins as we olTcr this week
ate worthy of ) our attention. It means
fine Krjdc uoods at about one-third
the co'it of manufacture.
The following may give you a little
idea of some of the bargains:
One small lot of Misses' ami
Children's CoutB, assorted
An olcjjnttt Unuclo Coat,
liulf Hilk lined, shield front,
styllHli eollur. Season's price,
U UU. HOW
A Flno Curl Persian Cloth
Coat, latest cut. lined
throughout with Khndnme
hilk. Season's price $10.00,
An elegant French Cater
pillar Coat, lined tliioiiKlioiit
with silk Sold in the sea- QK ftQ
son for J1G.00, now J)J.i0
A beautiful assortment of
Kersey Coats, some silk lined
intoufriiout ana some hull
lined. Season'M price, ?8 00
uud J10.00, now
Z. WEINGART, Prop'r.
We want all the people
to know what hundreds of
our customers know, that
we have punctured pneu
matic prices, that our
goods are seasonable, that
our prices reasonable, and
that nobody is asked to
take an unsatisfactory
garment from our store.
213 Wyoming Avenue.
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