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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, ISSf.
ft Hi IMMENSE SUCCESS - OK THE Oreat BANKRUPT 400-402 Lackawanna Avenue. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS worth of Dry GoodsLadies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Millinery, Notions, Curtains, Cloaks, Cloih ing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Infants' Wear, Furs, Blankets, Fancy Goods, etc., have been sold during the past week, giv ing us an opportunity to make room for more gopds, for which we had no time nor space to display. Some of them are greater bargains than ever. COME EARLY AS POSSIBLE AND SECURE THE BEST. THIS SALE WILL BE CONTINUED UNTIL ALL IS SOLD Commencing Monday. January 22, We will place on sale several extra bargains which it will pay everybody to buy, even for future use. DOMESTICS 9o. Htavy Shotting only Sc. Shakat Flaunel ouly 7a, Dws Calico only Sc. Apruu Gingham only 25c. Titbit Oil Cloth ouly Vlic. Crois Dar Munlm only.., LINENS, Etc. 5c. Twilled Toweling only... Sc. Linen Fiuiaiivd Toweling. Viis. Lineu Toweling ouly .. . 80a Table Linen only 4oc. Tit bl Linen 75c. Table Linen only 5;C. 3;c. 2c. 3c. I22c. 8jc. Ic. 3tc. 8ic. 21c. 29c. 44c. 5a Veltstonljr 45c. 50c Velvet only 25c. 1. 35 Fancy Silks ouly 89c. '':. Surah Silki ouly 45c. o'Jc. China Silki ouly 25c. FURS. T5c. Mutt ouly it 50 Muffs Muffi only $1.85 Cbildrtn'i Fur Sot ouly. 3.80 Cbildrtn'i Fur Set only. . $o 73 Cbildwn' Fur Set only. . DRESS GOODS NOTIONS 19c. Cashmere ouly. 3i)c. Cashmere only. 50c. Cashmere only. 9tc. 21c. 31c. VELVETS and SILKS p! 23 Velvet ouly 89c. Clark's O, N. T Spool Cotton. Coats' Spool Cotton only s . Snvng Silk only ! 8o, Button Hole Twist only . . . . Ba t.-iitting Cotton ouly lty, Soap only j 15c. S Mtp only 10c. Ribbons only ; 20c. Ribbons only j 50c. Corsets only I 75c. Corsets only 50c. 89c. $1.25 89c. $1.50 $2.00 2;c. 2fc. 4c. Ic. 3c. 7c 10c. 6c. 12c. 35c. 45c. ifl Corsets only fl,2S Corsets only. 72c. 95c. Clothing and Hats 80& Boys' Hats and Caps ouly. 25c. $1 Hoys' Hats' and Gaps ouly.. 49c. l 75 Men's Hats and Cap only 95c. $.' 20 Mtn'sIIats and Caps $1.26 $7 Men's Suits only $4.25 9 Men's Suits ouly $0 12 Men's Suits only $9.75 i'j Meu's Overcoats only $2.75 12 Mn's Overcoats ouly. .... 0.50 8 Boys' Cape Overcoats $1.25 $o' Boys' Cape Overcoats S2.75 2.25 Boys' Suit ouly 98,c. 8 20 Bys' Suits ouly $1.45 25c. Boys' Knee Pants only. ... 15c. 50c. Boys' Kut-e Pant o ily . . .. 25c. ft Boys' Ku'.-e Pants ouly 50c. Blankets and Comforts $1.50 (juility only 98c. $2 Quality only $1.25 $3 Qnallty only fl Quality only i', 15.00 uud 0 g l.ility only. 1.75 2.25 3.50 CLOAKS. CLOAKS. $2 50 Children'! Eiderdown Coats with I'm , only $1.39 $11.50 Cbildrtn'i Fine Coats, Augoia Trimming, only 3.98 $5 Misses' Long Cloaks (all wool), 4, (J, 8, 10 and 12 yrs. . 2.98 $7.50 Ladies' Fine jRCktts,Um br 11a Skirt and Worth Col !ors, in Black, Navy and Browu 7.50 $17.50 Ladies' Fine Jac.otn, all tiie latest styles, Brai le 1 and Fur Trimmtd, in Black, Navy and Brown, only 10.00 BOOTS and SHOES Another lot of the most desirable grade of Footwear just received. Ltdiao' Fine Rubber overs, size 2J to, worth 50c. at 25c. Ladies' Fiuo Dongola, C. 8. or Tipped, size 24 to 8, worth $1.75, at 99c. Lidits' Spring Heal. Tipped or Plain, worth $1 87, at $1.50 Miasm' Spring B el, Tippel or Main, worth $1.50, at Misses' Heavy Spriutf Heal, worth $1.20, at Children's Fino Spring Heel, worth COc, at Meu's and Boys' Shoes at price. 85c. 75c. 34c. MILLINERY 2 Ladies' Trimmed Hats 98c. $o Ladies' Trimmed Hats $1.50 8 Ladies' Trimmed Hats 50c. Ladies' Jn trimmed II its. T5. Ladies' Untrlmmtd H its 50c. Bunches of Flowers only. 2.50 10c 26c. 19c. CURTAINS Irish Point, Brussels, Tambours, Not tingbams, &u. $2 B i Quality only $1.36 u 80 Quality cily 2.00 4.50 Quality ouly 2.50 7.50 Qutflity only 4.00 10.00 Quality only afi.SO 15 00 Quality only 8.00 20.00 Quality only 10.60 25.00 Quality only 13.50 Hosiery and Underwear 25c. Ladies' Ribbed Vests 174c. 22o, Ladies' Fast Black Hose.. Ik. 3Uc. Ladies' Ribbed Vests 25c. 28c.Childreu's Fait Black Hose only I2c. 25c. Gents' Wool Half Husc. . . 15c. 50c Gents' Grey Underwear . 35c. 60c Gents' Grey I'uderwear. . 44c. $ 1 Geuis' Hd and Grey Under- wtar ouly 75c. $1.25 tients' Cardigan Jackets, 75c. $1.50 Gents' Wool Overshirts. 95c. 5Jc. Uulaundried Shirts 37?c. 75c. Unlauudriel Shirts 47c. LADIES' WRAPPERS Calico, Gingham, Flannel, Cashmere, Arc $1 00 Quality ODly 75c. 1.80 Quality only &8c. 1 75 Quality only $1.19 2 50 Quality only 1.75 Children's Dresses Cashmere, Flannel, Arc. $1 25 Quality only 89c. j 2.00 Quality ouly $1.25 3 00 Quality only . .. I 7s j 5 00 Quality only 3.00 Ladies' Rubber Coats 35 Per Cent. Discount. E T1PIITSI0IS Events o( the Upper End of Luzarne County Briefly Narrated. PANIC IS NARROWLY AVERTED Platform Breaks with Several Peo ple Upon It There Is a Lively Stir, but Fortunately No One Is Hurt. Republicans Decide to Hold Pri maries and Nominate a Strictly Partisan Borough Ticket Other Newsy Gleaning3 Collected During a Day. TnE SrRAMTov Tiuaunff Pittston de partment is in char'," of J. .M. Fahy, to whom newsiitems and complaints may be referred. 1 The following were present: Thos. E. Grier, Adam Harkneis, I. E. La Barre, Ctiarles E Howitz. Joseph Kipp. T. W. Kyte, Alex MoDougail, W. L. McDougall, James Auld. El ward Reynolds, R. M. H.ighes. E 0. Sylvara, John Wilton, Carlea Nau mtn, H. D Jndd, L Sibel. Jesse Car penter, Taylor Griffia, Wilkes Barre; S. Deehle, Avoca; A. Hale nnd W. Steele, Yatesville. and head. He wis home iu a carriage, not dangerous. removed to his His injuries are P.Yrl PLEAOS NOT GUHTV. Ltarinz the progress of the fair being Leld under the auspices of the congre gation at St. Mary's c hnrch :at Avoca Thursday evening an accident occurred which tame near precipitating a panic. Tne building where the fair is in progress is an im provised affair, being covered with hemlotk boards. On the night in ques tion 8 o'clock saw the building comfortably filled, in fact paeked. A few minutes later the crowd was aug mented by 200 or more persons from this place who had come to witness the entertainment. Their presence paked the bnilding to ovarfliwing an I manv were compelled to leave fearingthe wont might happen. As the performance progressed a large number of persons in order to find room made their way to the dress ing room itago. Its delicate construc tion cansod the throng no fear until all of a sodden it gave way without a mo mailt' warning. Notwithstanding the stage was but a few foet elevated from the main floor tvtry ocenpant was precipitated into a struggling heap of humanity. Where order reigned iu premo i few moments before, pande monium bee me rampant immediately. The strong crnsned the weak baneath them in their mad efforts to escape.and timid women and children be. wailed their sad plight. Fnthor McCabe, who was near the stage when the accidont occurred, endeavored to pacify the terror atricksu people and only succeeded after much persuasion and hard work. To add to the confusion, the poor ven tilation of the hall, together with the excitement occasioned by the accidont, canned many pirsons to faint. Fortnn ately, however, nobody was seriously injured, the most severe being a young girl who bad a lag painfully bruited. The accident caused n temporary suspension of the festivities, and to Father McCabe much crodit is due for his promptness in bringing order ont of chaos, thereby averting what might have proved a serious calamity. ROYAL ARCH MASONS BANQUET. A Stoat Enjoyable Tims Had by tht Par ticipants. The members of Pittston Chapter, No. 242, Koyal Arch Masom, held a banquet at the Valley hotel on Water street Thursday evening, which proved to be one of the most enjoyable affairs held in the history of the chapter. The menu comprised many daiuty disbta. REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE MEET In Eaale Hottl and Arrange for Holding; of Prtmarlef The Republican borough committee met in tin Eagle Hotel last evening at ! 7.30 o'clock in pursuance to the oil of j Chairman Charles B. Smith Every member was present. After much dis cussion pro and con over the advisabil ity or nnwisdom of placing a straight Republican ticket in the fi-ld, it was decided to hold the primaries next Monday afternoon at the usual time and the convention the evening of the day following Tuesday. One of the committeemen, speaking to TBI TftlBl'NK correspondent later in the evening, stated the cone -ism of opinion amyng the commlttoeinta was to place a ticket iu the fisld regardless of anything. The gtntUman felt, as ha put it, that he, for ont, did not want to tae the G O. P. supplanted by any "mushroom party," and if the citllina desired to bring abont reform they conld easily do it by indorsing the Re publican candidates. Continuing he said: "There is iUlt as rnpch oonsitenoy in doing it ns there is for a Republican to indorse a Citizen candidate." PITHY PITSTON POINTERS. Very Con' IivtNawatf ton Hiiny Diy clRnly Served Invitations have been isnod to the wedding of Alexander R minion, of Inktrman, and Mist Maud Daniels, of uk street. The Mremony will be performed on Wedntsday evening next, at the First Presbyterian pirsonage by Rav. Ir i'arke, ami a reception will follow at the homo of the bride-elect An intoxieatnd individual while leaving train No. 80, at the Water street station yesterday afternoon had a narrow escape from being run over Only for tht timely assistance of a commercial man, who happened to be close by at tho time ho would have been killed. Mrs liavid M. Carroll, of Lacoo alley, West Pittston, received a dispatch yes terday announcing the death of her son. Oeorge, at )'ottsvlde,of Iflp Tott day evening. The deceased was aged 10 years, mid wai a member of a col ored minstrl troup. Among the deeds recorded at Wilkn Barre yesterday was one by (J. C. King to Josoph Hill, property on Charles street. Tho Beinocrats of Maroy township will hold a caucus in the graded school house, Unrvra, on Saturday evening Jan. 27. anil the Republicana will meet, on tho same evening in No. 2 school house. Cord King, of the West Hide, was a visitor In Wilkes Barre yesterday. Miss Ella Touliill spent yesterday with her aliter, Mrs. K lloiriuan, iu Scranton. Mrt. J. A. Thomas visited friends In Scranton yestordny. Dr. W n In ii reports all cases at tht hospital doing nicely. Ed. Deunlsou, of Duffaln, ia visiting his partnts on the West bide. Peter Walsh, of On gou, employed ns n miner in tne old Uarnum thurt Ptnneylvania Coal company, was pain fully burned ny an explosion of gas while at work yesterday morning. His iu juries are abont the hands, face, neck Whan Arrsated for Hortt Stealing- Vigorously Denies It. Special to the Scranton Tribune. HoNESDALii, Jan. 19 Constable Brown arrested James P.iye at StUQtia i hanna about noon W diwsday and took I him before 'Squire Williams, whore J charges wero preferred against him for stealing Mrs. Coon's trotting horse, Fred C. Pave pleaded not guilty and waived a hearing. Ho was releassd ou $500 bail, to appear before the February grand jury Fred C is at Deposit iu the possession of John Payt. DURYEa C'iUCUS DATE3. They Will Not Be Reach-d Until Oat Week from Today. Special to tne SoMAtOH TribHUt, DuBYIa, Jan. 10 The Democrats and Repnhlicans of Dnryea will caucus Saturday evening, Jan. 27, and not Saturday evaning, Jan. 20. ns an nounced in yesterday's Tiuiiunk. The Democratic caucus will be held in the graded school ami tho Repub lican in the primary school. . - A HANDbOME WRITING TABLET. PI net Ion I OT Making Thin Very t'nehil Article ut II A writing tablet which is handsome enough to adorn nny lady's desk is made of heavy board, such ns publishers QM for book oovera, covered on both ridci with a plum, dull blue art linen, such hp comes for decorative purpuses. The Ooeoanul ruildinir. Take a cupful of milk, une-quartor of a pint of grated rocounut, 1! tablespoon full of bread crumb.-., 8 tablcspoonfuls of powdered sugar, 2 tablospoonfulK of un ited butter, a cup of stoned raisins, the grated peel of a lemon, well beaten whites of 2 eggs. Beat uutil Wflll mixed. Butter ;i cold padding dish and buko lowly an hour; then turn out on a flat dish and Hifl pulverized sugar over it. Servo hot or cold with cream, custurd or fruit. Inexpensive I lour Slain. In the house of an artist living in one of New York's many pretty suburbs on the sound all the Boors are stained, with rugs placed here nnd there. The process of staining is of the simplest and least expensive, Burnt nmber waa thinned with turpentine and two coats applied, waiting to give the second until the first waii dry. Then one coat of the hard wood finish put up in cans was applied, nnd tho result was n warm, rich lone, the most effective background possible for rugs and one on which every piece of furniture sleiws to the best advantage. .jt 1 n "-in ii i Tn Interest Small Children, Bring one of tho children's sand beds indoors In B shallow box. Keep itdamp. A few toy garden biols. box covers, sticks of one liafl, tubes, m tiffin rings, ipoons, etc., will keep them busy playing at gardening, mining, building, journeying, They will make mountains, valleys, riv ers, fences bridge s nnd wells. Peas and flaxseed will sprout in tho sand and Uourish awhile. Vm tortures of dyspepsia, the sufferings of snrofuln, the agonizing itch and pnin nf salt rheum, the disagreeable symptoms nf oatarrn, are removed by Hood's Harsap rilla. Hood's Pills are the pills, assist digestion, tion. bent after dinner prevent OOnitlpa- A HundRomo Complexion In one of the greatest charms a woman can potmen POMOHt'S OotdnUUUOM POWtNHI Blv i il CURES Biliousness. CURKS Biliousness. CURES Biliousness. rlrct Proof. H . , My wife ban lieen trcobleil KCfinl4l6S with Liver Qomplaint and Pal pitatloa of th'- hfurt for over a rpi year. Her rase liatlled the skill I 10 of our bait phjretciaaa After iiHinK three iK'ttlea of your y ttttits "lint, i, K 111 I Hitters she it al- LlVjCiK ""'s' -ut It -ly well We truly rucoumieml your medicine. UlOBOa W. SlIAWLI, I Moatptlltr, Williams Co , o Spring Ginghams. We have placed on sale our line of Ginghams for the coming spring and summer. Finer Goods, More Tasteful Colorings and Lower Trices than ever before, arc what will recommend them to our patrons. GLOBE WAREHOUSE, PITTSTON, PA. Sf) p R Pimples, Blotches grfa jj ! anfj Qirj $ores PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT r . : Mni-iri and potassium CatarfU, maiana g: Makes IVlarvelous Cures IE in Blood Poison E Rheumatism and Scrofula t1 P. r. P. paHflodtbiM(Mcl bnlMnp g tin1 weak nd tii'l'ilitnteil. . itrcnfth to weakened nerves, expeli 4 dlteuee,glTlnff the i'.i t-n: hrsirh end hepptneei where eiokneM, irlooiny It'ollnt .'ini IaUiMe ttrst preTAlled For primary, spcominry end trrtiriry ByphulH, for lloii itolRtinini:. morcu rlnl ttol-.m. in:ilarii, sn.-pptn, rit1 in nil blOOd nnd hkln tlionfon. like blotohos. plniUR, old chronic nlrvr:, eczfme wonieyaav, without leaf of contradiction, that P. P. P, iMhobist blood purltlor in tho world. ana makca t)oitivc, speedy nm! permanent euros In all ceaeiv I.atllos whono RTStam are p droned end Wboee blood i In an inpiire condi tion, duo to tiionatrn.il irrotcularit ia, are iiooullariv bem lltoil ly thf won dfrful tonto snd bl.o.i cle:innnt: pro crtloaof p. P. P. Prtfkly Aab, Pwko Hoot end Poraaaluni. BritiNrtFIKUi, Mo., Aug. Utb, 189ft. I citn rtpoak in toe hltrlu at tertui or your mo.lioine fronimv OWO personal Vtnowlediro, I wnBi'iTocir.iwtih heart dtnonso, pleurisy nnd rheuoiatNm for ;o rears, wan trent-! by th ver let phvHleinns am; np'iit bundrt'ds of dol lar's, tried every kut-wn remedy with out hndmn relief. 1 have pDl t.tk.-n one botilo of vonr P. P. Pi and enn cheerfuHv sar It haa done niem ro food than nny'thinn 1 have ever taken, can recommend your medicine to ell tfUfleri'Tn ot the above dlsoRPO. MRS. M. M. Y I A R Y . flprinffttold, Oreon Oounty, Mo. ami Kidney Troubles Are nillri-lj ri'mo.Hi P.P. P. ' Vrlckly Ash, Poki' Tlool and Pntn- S elum, the grcateti blood jiuriflur on earth. ArFRnriw, f. . Jnly 21 , 1801. tS Messrs. LirPMAV Baot., f.i,vi,m.;.n, e Ot. : Dkai: mw-1 boacSl n t'otilo of TonrT. r T. t lint Siini,g.Ark..BnJ 5i It haf ilonen.!" mure irooci thnn throe em Bontbt' treaiaicn! at the Hut Springe. Hend three Nm ii-s i . O. D. Kneppctlull yoart. .iXS. M. NKWTOK, '"2 AbcrtU'uti, Brown County, O. . efiy I'npt. J. I. Johneton. W 7V all tfStM it mav concern. hfn ""T bj teetlfv to the o'n,1erful properties of P. r. P lT i.niitlon of the Jkiri. I eufjereil lor eeveral yenr. with nn tin- " eiirhtiy aati dltanttablt eruption on m- tre. 1 t rle.l i-y-ry known rtaM At bnl in rain, until P. P. P. aused, n and am n n tntiral eured. (Signed bfl J. D. JOHOTTOS, J' Nkln Cnnoor Cnrod. " Tc sti mont, fn M ii Mayor of Sequin. Tex. SEqrix, Tki.. Jannar? 14, 1S9S Mv.pRfl- I.irrMAN BRO.t SavAiinah, Oh.: Otntlen 1 baTe tried yonr r, T p. fora dle' of thpeklc, usually known ns ikln i oer.of thirty reart1 - SJT etandinit, and tonne (Treat relief: It r" piirlllottlie hiood ui'd r- n'-ive-lr-rltatlon frem the attt of th, dihe DP nnl preyenl- lay Mread.nt. ol Iho aorta, 1 have taken flrtor ant bottle and feel eonfirten. thai another eonrm -fjt) will efleet n -. ire. I' has also rellex ed jTm mo from Indigestion and etoinacb tronblea Yoors truly, . t Attorney at Law. Bo oo Blood Diseases lonei free. ALL DBUOQISTf PELL IT. LIPPMAN BROS. PBOPR KTORS, I.lppman'K Hlook.Smnnnnli, tin ihtiitttit nTninTiiTn niTTiJL lri B 111 eel n l 11 l l l li It IJ l lul l ll I Li aVtfn u I ii I ii H I lb I I I n u n I ill I- iu n atwm JlllHUJlD UilUIUUlflU UJ111U WBrnxa tabld khi lady. lliiiiHclinidKivi'Htliri'i'tiimafiir making it On ono ni(ln a iloiililo iitrlp nf tin- linen r mainauisil to lbs tablat, Tiii trip is SOlbTOidOTSd in white anil lum n . j . -1 t holilinn it i k ii linndlo, pencil ami rulilicr, whils a tiny (ravsllng Inkstand Iihh bolss mads in tlic outer oaw, tbrongb which it 1h ISWSd to the Ktrip nf linen. Kinhriiiihireil curnerH of tho linen are nvnrseainod to the hnltoin of the tablet, which, with the strip, Hervea to hold in Jilnce the blottSIS, which are cut the size of the tablet and slipped atidar. A uniiill ring, covereil with dull blni embroidery nillc in buttonhole Ktitch, HerveH to bold the ribbon to which the penwiper in attached. Thin ia mads in flower Hlinpe of chamois Hkin, cut in the H.'inie ni.e ami placed one above another, The two outer ones urn painted yellow to represent ii cowslip, and tho outer edife of tho petals and tho center are liMt.! 10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10 A.M. A. B, Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa. Every Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods, clunks oiid Par Canes during sale ill less than cost nf material. inch of counter room covered with the greatesl bargains ever shown. Ladies' Kelt Hats, tint aaaion'i ttylea 0c. oach. Boys' Winter Wiiita I Oo ohoIi. MnSl 30o. eiioh. Cloaks $1.50 aapb. HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE. COMB. IT WILL PAY Y iU, Great Clearing Sale. A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE, PITTSTON, PA. iliiiiiiil RESTORED MANHOODS Tbf fTOftt ronifrty for nrrrou yt ration nmt nllnrrounillWiiN 1 of tin k' iimtivp ohinnit of itnT im x. mirh ti! Nervout rrvpimtl ti. Fnll- int. 01 I .oM Munhotnl, mpnuii.'v, Muhtly Vmlwloup.i ontniui i- rr.r, -S M.i'iiil ..rt v c,'iifci,,v.M I Tohn.t .rnnlnm wlilrll lt'Ilil ttl Oil BK? numption nnti insanltT. Xii every If 5 or.ior wo rlTo wrttUMi simr- lil-L.tii.' lun at-Tvii 1H1(1 ItllK lO I'llrv IT n lllliil 14H IliOripX t.,1 HI .rt JSVi iil I 01h AND AM1.K UhU. f ;,,oo. Illi. MO I T S 4 11 KM U'Al, lO.. llcclWua.UWo. HirHnlvbi G Ni RAftKltt, DrugKUi, I Hi rvuu Avetitt MATTHEWS BROS. Druggists THE AND DEALERS in BURNING and All O LUBRICATING mi 1 Laad and Prtntb .ina, I'ure LlUlttd Oil, Turpi II tint unit VitrnUliea Btadynilxtd PalaU in nil eolora Olldera' Whiting, I'arls White nnil Knlaimilno, VII' Vitrol, Mniblo Iluit ami W lutlow OUk Thatcher IS THE BFST. (lot rrices ami co tho lurnacrt and be on vinctd. A full lino of HEAT KRS, Aiipello and Uauze Door Raagaa CONtAFS HARDWARE PITTSTON, PA. Eureka Laundry Co, Cor. linden St, and Adams Ave. ooroi Botna squaiie. All kinds ol Laundry work guaranteed tlis best, j