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.THE SOftANTON Trtir,irNTC-MOTsTDYY MTVIiNrNGr. MARCH 1 0. 1307.
I'lmplcs, Matches, Mnckhculs roil, rough,
oily, mothy skin, itching, scaly scalp, dry,
thin, and falling hair, ntul bnliy blemlslica
irovnntcd by Cuticuka Sur, tlio most
cfTcctlvo skin purifying and beautifying
soap In tlio world, ns well ni purest and
sweetest for toilet, bath, and nursery.
Poap U sold throw nhout the world. TriTTKR I)co
jiKitCntH.Cnni'Holpl'rop., Ilonton, U, S. A.
ty MHow tol'rcvent Fce llumori.'inlltiifrce.
E1ICDV UHURD From I'imptci to Serofuls eared
Renders will please note that advertise
ments, onlers for Job work, and Items for
publication left nt the establishment of
Shannon AV Co., newsdealers, North Main
fctreet, will recelvo prompt attention; or
fice open from 8 n. m. to 10 p. m.
FAVOR BRICK PAVE.
Decision of Pink l'liiro ami Sivtli
Avenue Property Holder.
Friday evening a liieetinir of the res
idents of Vark Place and Sixth avenue
was culled to decide us to what kind of
pavement should be used In puvliiK
thuse slrcelM. The niectlim: m held at
Thomas O'Conneirn store and II. It.
Jadwln was chosen ehalriiinn, and Mr.
OVonnell necrutnry. '1'he nioctltiK last
ed about an hnur and the treivral opin
ion appeared to be In favor of vitrified
brick on a gravel bane.
Mr. O'Co-inell thought however that
this was a bad year to start any Im
provement owing to the hard times.
Both h" and Mr. Judwln advocated de
ffrrlng the paving till some future time.
The following resolutions were then
drawn up ami was circulated Saturday
among the property owners for their
To Ills Honor. Mayor O'Neill At a
meeting of the property owners on Sixth
avenue and Park Place, there being
present H. H. Jadwln, Thomas O'Con
indl. 13. It. Ulair, C. II. Rogers and Dr.
A. Oillls, it was: Resolved, That owing
to the stringency of the times the pav
ing of those streets should be deferred
for one year and furtner
Resolved, That when said paving Is
done It be of the same nature as that
or. Church and Main streets, to wit:
vitrified brick on a sand and gravel
base. The resolutions, having been
signed, will be presented to Mayor
O'Neill who will In return report to
councils the selection made by the prop
erty owners and this will be inserted in
the ordinance of the work.
It will be several weeks before the
ordinance will be brought up for pass
age aftpr which, In the event of Its pass
ago, the matter will be pushed and
probably the first of June will see the
South Wnshluglon street, entertained
William Urownell. of Oundulf, on Sat
10. K. Moise Is u vletlin of the pre
alliiig maludy, the gtlp.
Rev. I. A. Roeca Is III wllh the grip
and was not able to preach yesterday.
John llaickley. a biotherof Dr. It. tl.
Hiireklyy, formerly of this city, Is a
professional base ball player and has
signed to catch for the Reading team
Miss Flo Allen, of Forest City, was
the iitiest of friends In this city last
Rev. Charles L. Fltchell, or I.ansford,
Pa., olllclated In Trinity church yes
terday morning and evening.
Miss Clara Scurry spent Sunday In
H. J. Lewis hns returned, to his home
In Nantlcoke nTter a visit In this city.
A, I.. Ourney has been called to Rlng
hnmton by the serious Illness of his
Miss Albro, of Scranton, spent Sunday
wllh Miss Susie Juiiwin.
Mrs. Archbald Turnbull, of Sctanton,
has returned home after u visit In this
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Crlllls and
daughter, .May, spent Sunday in Scran
ton. J. 15. I'urtell spent Sunday at his
home In Deposit.
Mrs. James Norton Is confined to her
home by Illness.
Miss Jennie Note, of Scranton, Is vis
iting Miss Minnie Monro on Park street.
Michael Mooney, of Brooklyn street,
one of the best base ball players In this
section of the state, has received a nat
tering offer from the 'W'averly. N. Y..
team for the coming season, and he will
probably sign with the club.
Mrs. Frederick Penwarden Is Improv
ing after a serious Illness.
Mis. S. D. Davis Is ciulto 111 nt her
home corner Main and liacon streets.
Air. J. K. Sullivan Is 111 at his home
on the Fast Side.
Mls Roll, ot Ilamllnton, Wayne coun
ty, is vlsitlnt; Miss Kate Sampson, on
Miss Fleia Moass, of Mount Pleasant,
has accepted a position as head milliner
in Mrs. Harris' millinery store on Main
Dr. W. J. r.aker, on Friday evening
last attended a convention of dentists
held at Scranton.
Mrs. M. llarils leaves this morning
for Now Yoik, where she will remain
about two weeks.
Kleetrlc lights Illuminated West May
field, for thrf llrst time on Saturday
Twj whist playeis from Curbondale
and two from this town had a friendly
game on Friday evening, which resulted
:n a victory lor Jermyn. The result
was VI to y.
Miss Noithop, of Scranton. who has
been visiting Mies Swick, on Second
street, returned to her home on Saturday.
Wimiv'i:t i , 'i' i ,i'' mwwwirt&t
V. : ': I Tfi44' f
A WOMAN'S PREROGATIVE,
AND SHE USES IT.
Yliuely Oiii'Htltuis mill Prompt Aiimt
lliiw lti-.llll.il In (I l rat S.ilMiu-tlmi to
Konsitlvo women luitu to ask their
physicians those delicate, questions that
only ti woman understands, unci mure'
lore write to Mrs. N2rs'. fl
KATY-SIIKRIFK RRADY IS A MAN AFTFR MF OWN I1I5AUT
"UK'S NOT AFTI1RR IT HALF S O IIA Itl ) AS I AM."
Copyright, 1S97, by Mitchell & Miller.
Piulchuin, at Ii.vuu, V-SOW
Mass., tissholms Jfjr 'fWT
ever proved f& H f$A
their most uc- M K
Pi re nt the Xow York Store.
Saturday morning at about half-past
plght o'clock the people in the neigh
borhood of the New York store were
staitled by the cry offire and the ap
pearance ot smoke In The Interior of the
building. The only occupants of the
store at that time were the lady clerks
and one customer, Mrs. Samuel Shy,
who gave the alarm -and the Mitchells
soon responded, but their services were
not needed ns the fire had been extin
guished befoie their arrival. The fire
was confined to a pile of papers whkh
made a considerable smoke but little
damage. Mr. Lucas, the proprietor of
the store, ai rived during the excite
ment and made a thorough investiga
tion to make sure that no tire remained
between the lloors.
of Old Forge, occurred yesterday after
noon from the home of lis parents.
Hurlal was made at the Marcy ceme
Miss C.ertrtlde Reed, of Plttston, sit
ed friends In this place yesterday.
The Holden breaker Is being reshin
gled. William D. Orllllths. of H.wle Park,
was a caller In town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. .Imin K. Hvans Attended the
reception of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel dem
ons, at Hyde Park, on Friday evening.
Hut little interest was manifested In
the Republican primaries held in this
plr.'eo Saturday afternoon for the pur
pose of electing delegates to attend the
Second legislative district convention
.it Scranton tomorrow (Tuesday) where
two delegates will lie "beted to repre
sent the district ni the state conven
tion. The delegates who will go fiom
this borough are: First ward, Thomas
Haddock. John Powill; Second warn,
Tallle Orillltlis, Henry Smith: Third
warl, David F. Evans, William Powells,
Jacob Stump: Fourth ward. William
Rogers, Thomas Jenkins; Firth waid,
John J. Price.
Independent .Order of Odd Fellows
conferred the Initiatory desrer on sev
eral candl Jules Satin day evening and
were asslted by the James Council de
gre? state of lodge No. 107 of Scranton.
jCotlce All policemen holding stars
In Taylor borough are requested to meet
at the station house on Wednesday
evening at ".SO o'clock. John H. Hvans,
chief of police
. - - ..
Sunday School Hoys Debute.
Friday evening Dr. AV. AV. Fletcher's
Sunday school class met at his olllce on
Main street and the ciuestlon as to
whether this government should inter
fere in Cuban affairs was discussed. The
question was decided In favor of the
alllrmatlve, but that possibly was ow
ing to the fact that some who would
have poken on the negative were un
avoidably absent. The boys show much
Interest but as yet are untrained In this
line, but as this is their first attempt
tlclr mtellng.i will undoubtedly prove
more Interesting as time proceeds.
Dr. II. C. AVheeler delivered a lecture
on "Digestion" Filday evening to the
nurses at the hospital. The subject
matter had been carefully prepared ami
the lecture was Illustrated by stereop
tlcon views. Tomorrow evening Dr.
Orander, of Forest City, will speak on
"Food anil Dietetics" and Dr. Wheeler
will follow up 13r. Grander's address
with a lecture on "Absorption."
Mr. Alfred Holmes spent Saturday
wllh his sun,' Charles O. Holmes, in
Mr. J.evi Snyder, of Snyder Kd
imindf, proprietors of the AVIndsor
house, was a business caller In Scranton
Mr. Stephen 'Morcom spent Saturday
Dr. S. 1"). Davis and son, Harold,
spent Saturday In Plttston, where the
former had been called on professional
Mr. William Rawlins wan a caller In
Olyphant on Saturday.
Miss Williams, a tacherin the May
Held schools, has resigned her position
and the school board are looking for a
young woman to take her pluce. Only
normal graduates are eligible.
Miss Annie Mclaughlin, of Scranton,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Soby,
on Third street.
The Delaware and Hudson breaker
will probably b? Idle two or throe days
this sveek to make the connections at
the breaker with the new road In course
of constiuctlon. AVlien it Is completed
the gravity cars to and from this break
er will be run on the main track by
means of a third rail. Hy the change
the hoisting engines at the breaker
plane will be dispensed with.
On Friday Tax Collector Ho of May
Held, levied on the housencld goods of
Mr. AVIntleld Scutt for tuxes. This is
the llrsts top toward litigation that will
prove costly to both boroughs. The
trouble arises over the taxes of Mr.
Scutt, who Is located over the line
dividing the two boroughs. He pur
chased the lot some three years ago
from the late Joliu R. Smith and his
deed slates that the property Is In this
borough (Jermyn). The property was
assessed In this borough, and the tax
collector ot this borough have collect
ed his taxes for the past three yars.
Muyibdd borough now claims that the
piopo'ty Is In that tcvn and purp.Mas
to nibect the taxes by selling Setups
household effects. This borough has
endeavored to have Mnyfiold go in with
it and have court appoint a commission
er to establish the line. This proposi
tion for an amicable settlement has not
been accepted by Maylleld.
The obsequies over the remains of
the lute John II. Telford took pluce Sal
iminv nf tei noon nt 2.oU o'clock. A large
number of friends of the family gath-
L0CAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
ered at his home and viewed the re
mains. Rev. J. it. Fills, pastor of the
Ulakely Baptist church, was the ofll
clatlng cletgyman. The pall-bearers
were: John Taylor, Robert Fetch.
TMeiinnl Daw. John Indian. Edward
Matthews and John Taylor, of Throop.
Interment was made in Union ceme
tery. An effort will be. made to organize a
branch of the Young Men's Institute
at the Father .Matthew hall on Tuesday
evening. Robert Kmmet O'Boyle, of
Scranton, is Interested In the move
ment. The well known comedians, McAullffe
and Greene, will present "The West
erner" at the Father Mathew opera
house Thursday night. Popular prices
will prevail, 10, 20 and ::0 cents.
The Misses Knox and Miss Henwood.
of Scranton. were guests of Miss Nettie
Knapp on Saturday.
T. M. Voyle spent yesterday at Car-
Miss Annie Read, who has been visit
ing here for the past two weeks, will
leturn to her home in Philadelphia today.
Miss Lizzie Fan ell Is visiting rela
tives at Carbondale.
The Ancient Order ot Hibernians of
this place will participate in the pa
lade at Scranton on Wednesday.
The council will meet tonight.
Thomas Martin, of Carbondale, has
resigned his position at the Windsor.
C. J. Watklns visited his home at
do the work required, get the money
for It, and go away. A dozen men seen
there at woik sawing and splitting
wood and earning the tnonev cubed
for by these tickets were evidently re
spectable and solf-respootlntr men.
T1IK FIRST STEP.
The homeless man who brings a tick
et callliur for food and lodging In re
turn for work Is leglstered at the of
llee of the lodge and there Is handed to
him a ticket which he leaves at the of
fice when he sroes niviiv. If lie arrives
in the afternoon It may be that he does
the work he Is called upon to do before
supper: if he arrives late, he does the
work In the morning. If he Is not able
to saw wood, or prefers not to saw, he
Is set to sollttlng wood. If that work
is too hard for him. he Is set at work
cleaning up al.-out the vard. or some
work is given to him to do In the house;
if he Is able to work he is required to
do something, as the circular Issued by
the lodjre put It, he Is entitled to the
accommodations called for In the ticket
"If, In return, ho is willing to do the
work required as a test of his indus
try." Say, for Illustration, a man has come
In the afternoon. He takes his ticket
that he gets In tin' olllce upon being
registered and Koes on out Into the
woodyard to woik. When he has done
the work that he may have been called
upon to do his ticket is punched by
the otllclal In charire. of the woodyatd,
the punch mark showing how much and
what kind of work he has done, Then
he iroes Into the house and gets his
supper. Ills ticket Is punched for
that. There Is a reading room In tlio
building, with newspapers, books, and
magazines. He takes his bath before
he goes to bed. The baths provided are
showers. The bather can regulate the
How and the tempera tin o of the water
to suit himself, but he Is required to
take a thorough bath, lie Is supplied
with a clean towel, a clean night shirt,
and a pair of slippers, so that he may
get to bed comfortably, the baths be
ing in tlio basement of the building,
and the beds In the dormitories, of
which there are three, having alto
gether a capacity for about a hundred
lodgers. The lodge Is always full. The
beds are single iron bedsteads, some
with spring bottoms and some Willi
canvas bottoms laced to tin frame of
the bed. As far as It Is possible the
lodger has his choice of these two kinds
of beds. Tin- bed clothing is uh.ays
clean; It Is never used twice without
washing. The dormitories are steam
heated. On the top Moor of the build
ing there Is an Isolation room, where
a lodger taken sick could be kept untl
the ai rival of an ambulance. There
has, however, thus far been but one
occasion for Its use.
letters will be road S--.. f'
and answered by one "
of their own hex. Thousands of such
letters liuvo been received within it
tew months from tliosu ullllcted with
the various forms of female diseases,
and it is needless to say the answer.!
have brought comfort mid relief.
That sense of draffinr in the groin,
dull imins in small of buck, retention,
suppression of menses, bearing-down
pains, headache, nervousness, blues, '
etc., are symptoms that require jromnt
The cure is, in most cases, rapid.
I.ydla K. Piiikham's Vegetable. Com
pound should be promptly taken, and
Mrs. IMiikhnm will furnish any advice
required, free. Folio winy is another
letter of thanks :
"1'leas.o accept my thanks for tlia
L little book which you have
bent me. It hasoponed
my eyes, and told
spmJ Sr-S Inu tllllt there is a
t' J2P remedy forsulTer-
ls. i o Lcf-' i"s women, i nero
TSnyliW? women to suf
W W W to'. H they will
uuiy mite i. uju.
I pound. I suf
fered kj years
'as no remudv for
it", but after reudiut;
your little pamphlet, 1 thought I
would give your medicine a trial, and
it Is wonderful how quickly it relieved
me. 1 recommend it for all women
wnoHiift'er with painful menstruation. "
M;ts. (i:oi:o: Niittiuioss, Crittendon,
Erie Co., JS'. Y.
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave.,
Philadelphia Manufacturers ot
LOMS and SUITS
121 Lackawanna Ave.
cai.1. up osaai
NMIINFYAII AM llfHMIfJP.
I i i, rt t i
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF
HEN'S SUITS, SKIRTS
And Silk Waists for Spring.
Many iicav ami exquisite styles,
modeled utter designs conceived
by our own artists, while others
are French Styles adapted to
Charming Chic Suits of Faconne
in heliotrope, p'een, Cn&tzi and
turttit)ise. running iu price from
LADIES' SILK WAISTS,
Many ill He runt styles, modest in
price and beautiful in the designs.
Vou,r choice from $'2,l)S up.
We show all the new ideas at
the very lowest prices ever quoted
litis time of the year. Our line
consists of JHoire, Antique. Duch
ess Satin, Fine Imported .Mohair,
Fancy Two-Tone .jacquards Also
Plaids, Check. 4. Figures, Dashes
me Knotted i'.Ilects.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
141 TO isi MERIDIAN SIREET.
i y w
II. W. COLLINS, Manager.
Z. Mill, PROP'R
ra f pmm R5E2 EPv i5 &
111110 iliili BANK
Special Attention (liven to Uttsi
ness and Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations F.x
tended According to Haiances and
11 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
In Nottingham Curtains, Irish Point, Brussels, Cross
Stripe, Snow Flake Musseleue 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 iu Scranton.
Vb? Y3S B B
Mrs. A. B. Nlcol, of Olyphant, spent
Saturday In this ijty.
Jits. Arthur O'Mnlloj' Is vlsltlni? her
plster, Mrs. l'atrlcl: Dutt'y, on CSurdun
Miss Elizabeth Ablmtt. of the "Wilkes
Bane city hospital, is spendliiB a feu
days In this city.
Miss Lizzie "Walsh Is confined to her
home by Illness.
Mrs. Kugene Smith Is entertulniUK
her sister, Miss Hattle Halm, of See
leyvllle. Miss Anna Moyles, of Scranton, Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. 1'. J. l'nw
derly, on Eluhth avenue.
Mrs. June SliiKer and family will
move to Scranton April 1.
Miss Hose Clifford, who hns been the
Kiiest of friends In 'Plttston and Avuca
the past two week has returned hurue.
Kdward Haley, of Dunrinff street, left
last week for Carson City, where he will
remain until after the Corbett and
Fltzslmons tight on Wednesday.
Miss Lizzie Davis, of Scranton, has
returned home after a visit with friends
In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. James Courtney, of
A party of friends ot "Willie Morgan
tcndeied him an agteeable sui prise
birthday party at his home iu West
Mlnooka on Triduy evening, the occa
sion of his thirteenth annivcisury. The
evening was pleasantly spent with
many different tramps, aft-r which re
freshments were set vert, Those present
weie: Miss Clerlrude Watklns. Lizzie
and Cordio Owens, Blanch "Winslow,
May Davis, Carrie, Alma and Lizzie
Loverlng, Marshle and Hattle Kuupp.
Lizzie Davis. Henrietta Hat lis, Ltnb
and Maud Kvans, Gertrude Thomas,
Gladys Samuels, .fane Jonec, liertha
Hose, Ljdla HosUlus, Kate and Lucy
Winters, Hertha Loverlng, Delia Knapp.
Jessie Kay, and Alice Morgans, Killth
Howells, and Thomas Kvans, Kdgar
Duvls, John, Arthur and Willie Mor
gans, Kugene and Chester Keese, Thus.
HusUlns, IVnj.imln Uurilp, John How
ell, Lewis Jenkins, Kvnn Jones. Frank
Carlos, Tlinmas I'errj, Fred Hose, Iler
lieit Guard. Henlatnln Jones, Kzra Pow
ell and Willie Thomas.
Mrs. O. V. Miller and daughter, Fan
nie, of KJmlr.i, N. V., who lu.ve been
visiting relatives en North Main street,
left for Susquehanna where they will
visit relatives before returning home.
The funeral of T51od ivyn. the G-venr-old
hllrt of Mr. and Mrs. David Jenkins,
While John Slainnch, air Austrian,
was lelurnlng to his home Friday even
ing he was set upun by footpads and re
lieved of his money and vuiuanies.
rilamach lives in Blakesleesburg. u
northern suburb, and had Jusl passed
under the trestle of the Clifford break
er, a lonely spot, when some one
pounced upon him to the ground, and
an accomplice proceeded to tllle the
pockets of the victim. Slamach was re
lieved of $G0 in cash, fie had a war
rant sworn out for the nrest of a well
known young man of town, but at the
healing, though Slamach was confi
dent that he hud one of the men who
robbed him, the young man under ar
rest easily convinced the Justice that
he was elsewhere at the time of the
robbery. He also had live witnesses
who corroborated him.
The Hillside paid their employes Fri
day. Kmployes of the Delaware and Hud
son at Vundllng were pnld""on. Saturday.
The Minnie Lester company finished
their engagement at the opera house
Saturday nlsrht. The company gave
good satisfaction and played to good
TIIK WAVIV.IIHUS' I.OIIIiK.
We Will Sell for 10 Days Qj r VWi
Only, Straw Matting 02r" J l U
$2.98 PER ROLL..
40 Yards in a Roll.
J, Mil INGUS.
Carpets, Draperlos and Wall Papars,
419 Lacka. Ave.
An tii'-titutitiii of Now York N here
,11 en Get food und Shelter iu Ue
Ui in for IV o id.
From the Sun.
The Wayfarers' Lodge Is at T.1C West
Twenty-eighth street It Is a foin-storr
liulldlng cuustiiielrrt chiefly of lulck,
and steel, with an otllets extension, ami
a spacious adjoining woodyard. The
superintendent Is Gilbert C. Hebbeid,
Jr. The lodge was built by the Charity
Organization society, and opened in
the fall of 18U3. Since then It has sup
plied about 70,(100 meals and about .'..UO'J
lodgings, to homeless men, In return
for a reasonable amount of woik iu
the woodyard. The standard measure '
of work required Is the sawing of an1
eighth of a cord of woud. For this the (
lodge gives supoer and breakfast and
lodging and a bath. The bath Is com
pulsory. At each meal every man gets!
all he wants to eat absolutely without
The Chniity Organization society i
sells for 1 a book of ten tickets, each
ticket entitling the bearer to two meals,
a bftth, and a night's lodging, If he Is
willing to do the work required. These
tickets are given by the mtrchaser to
applicants for relief. The society sells
also, at five for 51, tickets for men with
KILLING THR M1CUOUKS.
When the lodger disrobes for his bath
he puts his clothes Into a netting bag,
for which he gets a cheek, which he
retains. Ills clothing In the netting
bag goes Into one of the ovens designed
for the purpose for disinfection. It Is
subjected there to a heat that de
stroys all life. In the morning the
lodger surrenders his check and re
ceives his disinfected clothing.
'the lode is not intended as n place
for Idle and shiftless men, but, of
course, more or less such men get Into
it: und then there may be found here
men who are wholly worthy. Of the
men who lodge here probably about !'0
per cent, actually do the work that me
expected to do. Some, while not sick,
may not be well able to do It. Some
escape, climb over tile feucf, or gel
out of a window. Occasionally a man
says he'll bo dashed If he'll satv wood.
If the man Is able to work and won't
work he can be arrested and taken be
fore a city magistrate und committed
as a vagrant.
All the tickets sold are numbered,
and a iccord Is kept of the pui chasers.
some of the tickets given away by the
pin chaser are never presented at the
lodge for ledemptlon; some are pre
sented by oersons other than those to
whom they were llrst given, those per
sons havlnu themselves given lliem
away or traded them oil in some way.
Unless the oiitrlnul trlver of the ticket
has written his name upon It com
munication with him may not be pos
sible; but In every Instance iu which
it is possible the giver of a ticket Is
notified of Its presentation at the lodge,
by whom piesented, and of the work
done In fuliilment of its conditions.
The product of the work in the wood
yard Is kindling wood, which is koJu to
Hie luiblic The lodge nells good wood
and gives full measure, and finds a. stile
fur all It produces.
WJI. CONNELL, President.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Casliler.
ill i COIHELL CO.,
Gas, Plumbing anl
Electric Ughl Wiriiij
408 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Main Llutraiic: to Wyoming House.
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch I, 1896,,
Total Product of
HOT WATER HEATING
484 LACKAWANNA AVE,
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from tha
Pacific Coast to St. John's, Now FoumUaml, and in ICnglund, Ireland
and Scotland very lately, and Is recognized us the best Hour in th
ai I mil
ivnrcl uttfl iicliim fert
takes vitality tsoB"
ON THE LINE OF THh
nre located the finest fUhlng and huatliii
Grounds In tho vorlil. Descriptive boona
on appllcatipn. Tickets to all points In
Maine, Canada and Maritime Pruvinceo,
Mlnticapolif, Si. J'anl, Cunaaian and
United States Northwest, Vancouver,
Deattlo. Taeoma, Portland, Ore., San
i First-Glass Stooping anil Dining Cars
fix.m tlio 1,1. m,i, ,, ,., , ., ,,,,, ...in atiacneu to an iaroui;ni trains. lounsi
llOIll lllC liluocl, c(l lti'l'c, IllUsOlO, norn fully fUtod with beUJIiur. curtains
ana specially auaiuea to wunts 01 famines
may db nan xvun secona-ciass t'CKets.
f 4 r' 'A ff i. tif f
1 W-.WU s.,
U, Nfi 'fJ.' Vl'Ji
lionn, orytm anil tixuc 1im'uiU iii tlio
blood for its quality und comliltoii.
Qt?iv5in' Tlicrcfori! ptii'i)
) fori big blood is ak-oltitely
BtoBeCiBCiSTie livhijr and heultliy
bodies. Hood's StivaaparilJa is tliogmit
blood imrillur mid tho best Spring.
Mcdit-iiio. Tlioruforo it is tlio yroal
euro for scrofula, salt l'lioum, liuiiiors,
sores, rheumatism, catarrh, etu. ; tho
,'i'cat nervine Btrcntli luiildcr, appe
tizer, stomach totilu ami R-jrulator.
irai p? ran
noniVH. each t'lcuet entltllntc ll.o bear- &fflQ&pamm lll ' U
or to cam 50 cents In the woodyard' ,,..,.,. Pre,,.,rei, onlv bv 0 t iooi&'co
These t.cucu arc Intended to ).e flv, tZTflXl 7L?."
to men with families who are out of
work. These men come to the yard,
Hood's Pills tukcu after lUuuor aid ulgestlou.
Rutoa alwayH less than via other Une3.
For further Information, tlmo tables, etc..
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, Q. E. A..
253 Broadway, New York.
WOLF & WE3NZUL,
531 l.lm!:n., Opp. Court Ifuiis.-,
PRACTICAL TINNERS ud PLUMBERS
Solo Acelits for Hlcliardson Eoynton's
Furnaces and Ranges.
Binds Hagazines or
Re-binds old Books.
We Carry a Full Stock of
Wheels, Rims, Spokes, Hubs, Shafts, Poles, Axles
Springs, Steel and Cast Skeins, Buggy Tops,
Duck, Drill, Rubber and Carriage Cloth,
Carriage Forcings, Bolts, Clips,
AND A FULL LINE OF
IRON. SIEEL Hi BUCISHITH'S SUPPLIES.
Bitten bender Si Co., Scranton, P
OomfcHnseo neoJi n reliable, monthly, rcgulattns: medicine. Only harmUu BX
tuo purest drugs ehouli be used. If you vranl tho bem, eel
Pa- (PeaS3 FsiJisniiroaS FSBIs
TIibt ore prompt, mIo anl certain In reonlt. The uenulne (Dr. Teal's) nerer iiit
uolut, goat auyvberc, 1,00, .iddrcu 1'su.i, McDiciuu Co., ClCTcUnii, O.
For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue t id
Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa,