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TI1J5 hCKANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1G, 1894.
So fo our DUCK SUITS J",r'
There's no discomfort In tlio llory
ruys of :v July sun when relleetod
SUITS LIKE THESE
Ladies1 Duck Suits at $3,
Ladies' Duck Suits at $3,50,
Ladies' Duck Suits at $4,
Ladies' Duck Suits at $5,
Our Fashion Monthly for .lu'y,
Describes aid contains llio
leailing fmhions, latest dress ma
Elevating nwl plca3in; reading
for tlio home.
(liven away to those who call
for it at our store.
;1 fo m. m I
j b u b m y
A refined nch'ol homo. Prepares for tho
1jest ei-llei;. h.
". IkiimuuIi coura s in Music and Art
Teuohors' Class yivos best preparation for
(onunerelnl Courso Includes Typewriting
red slim thaiul.
l'osi ions Tiirol for Graduates,
i-oud f r new illustrated circular.
M. UjoMl.H, A.M., Principal.
Carrio Snmmertou is visiting Fao
Jamen Corby's little cm, of Elmira,
'no is visitiiiR hia grandmother in this
plnce, went into tho yard of Wiles
Fisher on Pine street, and be una play,
i g with their dog. The animiil bit
i im 'j ha dog was shot by direction of
II r. Fisher.
Michael llnyes, the popnlnr express
nu'ent nnd operator tit tho Delaware,
L.ckuwiiiinn and Western offices, is
(njiving n Viication at Slatorville
SpritiKi), N. Y. His place i being vary
creditably filled by V. H. Du?Hn. of
.Mrs. 0. H. Bart and Mrs. A. Tiffany
of Uingliiimton, are visitina; their par
ent, Mr. Hiifl Mrs. M. 8. Low, of
h'outh Main street.
C.J. LangUry visited Susquehanna
Mrs. George Stone, of Elmira, is vis
itini friends in this place.
Mrs. J. B. McCrnnry, who has been
visiting friends in Elmira, has returned
Tne pay car will visit this place on
Tuesday to pay the employes of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
A Polander while cottinc on ft train
i;i the yard in this place on Saturday
to go to Sorbitol), Missed his footing
nnd fell utid the wheels pasted over hi
right nrui. The arm was crashed so
badly that it had to be amputated.
Clayton Odiinutt, who resides just ont
of this borouuli, was bitton by a rat
tlesnake Saturday Afternoon while tif
t.'r berries, lie had the presence of
mind to draw a string around bin le
tightly and then cut a piece of fl h
from his le where ho was hitten. lie
was then taken to the oflic) of Dr.
Lamb where the wound win o tutor
ized and other remedies administered.
It last report he is doing well,
TiiF.nE is notliinc liko Dr. Thomas' Eclec
trie Oil to quickly enre a cold or relieve
hoarseness. Written uy JUrs. M. J. Fel
lows, Uurr Oak, St. Joseph county, Alich,
Miss Conrtright, of Wilkes-Barre,
and Miss Waddle, of Eaton, were the
inu'Rts of Miss Eatelle Campbell on
Ueorgn Hodgon, of Port Blanchard,
is wearing a broad smile. It's a niuo
Archie Lindsey, vrhn succeeds Charles
Law in Simpson & Wntkins' store, has
removed hia family in : the house lately
occupied by Mr. Law on Breese street,
Mrs. Charles Law is spending the
pniultier at Like Wlnolu.
The foundation for B. 0. Dodson's
ii i! w bnilding on Wyoming avenue is
Mrs. Jennie Fritz, of Forest City, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. McUlunls,
here this week.
Clinton Shoemaker was at Booch
Haven on Saturday.
Miss Ddl Ilnnlock U qnite ill.
Lewis Biukor, Clarence Baldwin,
Fred Koblnson aud T. H. Rlnker left
on the excursion train Saturday for
Highest of all in Leavening Powci. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Proceedings of tho Fifth Quartarly
Gathering Held at Pittston.
List of Delegates.
Fpteial to ths ycraniaii Tribune
ITttwton, July 15. The fifth quar
terly c. iiv ntion of tha Third diutrict
of tlio Hcranlon Diocesan union o iti
vencd in the tit. Aluysiua hall in this
place this aft rnoon. Tut) in otinpr was
called to order at 3 p. m, hy Vice i'res
ident M. J. Waleii. of Wilkea-Birre.
All tlio directors wore prent except
Miss Nora Dolun, of StiRar Notch,
The following connuitteo were ap
pointed on credentials: P. J. McCaf
trey, Thomas Ualfney, P. J. Coulan.
A paper treating on cadet societies nnd
their relation to th.) cause of Total Ah
stinenoo was read by Mr. McElwer, of
Plymouth. It was an able document
aud received unanimous applause.
President John Divine, of Scranton,
made an address in which he defined
the ditlerence between tho man who
drank aud the abstainer.
Editor Judge, of tho Index, was
present and was called upon for an ad
dress. Mr. Judge said that be . had no
plans to oiler and therefore asked to
be excused. Treusuror Thomas Callory,
of Pittston, was called upon for an ad
dress but declined. The committee on
credentials reported the following dele
gates present. The delegates present
Avoca. Father Matthew Patrick JIc
Kulty, John ilcKo'iwn.
Kingston., St. Aloysius-Jolm Neison, K.
E. i.'ioniii. 1'. II. lauahmi, Thomas Mur
phy, J. II. lireimaii.
Parson, St. Aloysins P. .1. Ituane, M.
Kuane, John Ward, James Cons'iue, Hugh
31c l. ale.
Pittston St. John's M. J. Ticho. P. J.
Kiirne, T. Callahan. Edward Dowdier.
Owen T. JMalinn.
Plymouth. St. Vincent Neil Sweeney.
John D. (.iallairhcr, John McAliver.
Urnud luunell, ft. V lucent l alrick
Pittston, Father Mathew Total Abstin
ence il. W.Morris Thomas Murphy, John
D. 1,11111111, l. A. Lnllu r, lil. iicAndrew.
w likes Liarro. J atlier Mathew t uailoa
Lavau, Thomas ClalTuey, James C'urrau,
ii. J. Hams, M. J. AlllsB.
Pittston, St. Alovsius John MclTnle,
John P. t'ostelio, William McCawley, M.
V. 0,uiun, Pliil liigjins.
Plains, M. Aloyaius -.lolin O liura, P. J.
I'oulon, John E. Kiminov, Frank A Mc
Carthy. F.U. L. Barrett, P.J. McCalTrey,
Thomas OulTiiey, P. ,1. Conine.
Port to Hutu, M, uojcnli s James Car
rol, P. J . Murphy.
After the adoption of tho report Vice
President M. J. Walsh, of Wilkos-
Barro, addressed the convention tit
Vice President Walsh, upon a motion
mado by Thomas Gailuey and seconded
by James Kern, appointed the follow
ing committee to secure speakers for
a course of lectures to bo given the
coming winter throughout the diocese:
M. V, Morns, P. J. liuano, Owen F.
Million, Fraud McCarthy and Thomus
Mr. Deviue, of Scranton, offered a
njgeation that the next national con
vention be held at Scranton. Tho .sug
gestion was the signal for an outburst
of opposition on the pur: of the
Wilkes-B irre delegates headed by
Thomas' Oaffney. Mr. Gailuey i mi
ni iitod that Scranton was not, tho wuolo
diocese as some might he led to sup-
poe. On the contrary there were
Wilkes-Uarro, Pittston and several
other towns, Llis opposition carried
with it little weight and after n heated
discussion a motion mado by Mr.Laviu,
of Vilke-Barw, and seconded by
Thomas Callary, prevailed, that the
Third district iustruct the delegates at
large to do all their power to have the
next convention held at Scranton.
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing yoar without opposi
tion: President, M. J. Walsh, Willtes-
Barre; secretary, James Gaifney,
Wilkes-Barre; treasurer, John McEi
wee, Plymouth ; directors, J. J. Quinu,
Pittston; John McKeown, Avoca.
It was decided that the next conven
tion be held the third Snnday in Octo
ber, at Parsons.
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy tor nil forms of Heartache
Electric Bitters has proved to bo tho very
best. It effects a permanent euro and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to itsinlluence. W urge all who aro
nfllictod to procure a bottle nnd give this
remedy a fnir trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Eleclric Hitters cures by liv
ing the needed tone to the bowels, nnd fe.v
rnecs long resist the uso of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottlos only Fifty cents
at Matthews Bros', drug store.
The Delaware and Hudson company
employes at Vanaling, received their
monthly wages Saturday.
1). D. Reynolds, of South Gibson,
visited his sister, Mrs. W, X. Rooso.
W. II. Williams, the lnnndry man,
has placed n mat and dnrablo ironor
in his laundry. The ironor will iron
2(10 cuffs and collars and twenty-five
shirts in an hour.
William W. Iuglis, chief clerk at the
Uillsido office at Scranton, was in town
today, and made a visit to the scone of
the rebuilding of No. 2 shaft plant.
C. D. Burdick, of Hoiifsdiile, spent a
short tims Friday in this borough.
A email child of Fred Straub's died
Attorney William S. Maxey, of Mon
trose, was In town Saturday, the guest
of his brother, T. J. Mnxsy.
Fishing for brook trout iu this stale
will be illegal after yesterday until
next year. Fisherman had better Wke
The eighth annual handicap raes of
the Pelican Athletic club will be hold
It is reported that some counterfeit
$10 bills are in circulation in this vicin
ity. H. R. Vauahn, the popular represent
ative of the Trrta at Crbondale, spent
Sunday in this place. Mr. Vaughn
was for a number of years a resident of
this place, and was once a teacher iu
the Forest City graded school. His
many friends bore are always pleased
to see him.
Willi?, the G-months-old son of Mr.'
and Mrs. Martin Joyce, of Nort.":
Main street, after a short illness, died
on Saturday nnd wnB buried yesterday
afternoon in Minooka cemetery, ,
Mrs. Mary Kearney, of Railroad
street, and Air'. William Mcllale, of
Laurel street, were in PUtston yester
day Attending the f on oral of Mrs.
Keating at that pi :ce. .
All subscribers of Tills TlilDUNI!
who have no . y"t reseived thoir pre
1)1)11111 book will receive them on or
about July 2." A rush of orders for the
I'Ooks in quefction prevents the pub
lis'aers from nipplying tiij domand as
promptly as deaireJ.
Tho indications are that this excur
sion to Farview of tho Kmghts of
Father M :.tlHw, wnicli takes place to
day, will ba a great success. A great
interest has betu arous'd on account of
the band toiirnam 'lit and it will have
the i fl'oct of bunging large ciowds to
the popular mountain rcBort.
The funeral of the late John Murr iy,
whoso death was noted in Tins 'I'ltiu
UN'E of Thursday, took place on Friday
afternoon. A requiem mass was sung
in the morning, hut. tlio funeral did
not take placo until the af ternoon, when
Mr. Mnrrav's son, Michael, arrived
from New York. The remains were
followed to tl) cemetery by a large
number of people, lucre wero many
from out of town at the funeral.
At last the electric road of the Car-
bondulo Traction company is in com
plete oporntiou sn 1 it is now possible
to rido from CarbonJale to within
twenty-tivo yards of the Biakely
borough lino. Tho first car made the
trip on Saturday morning. At preseut
ono car in doing service between the
K'.versid ) store nr.d Moyles' hotel aud
an additional fare is being charged to
ali who ride between these points, lhe
patrons of tho road are thus obliged to
pay two tares witmn the uorough
limits. It is said that this arrangement
is only temporary. There is general
dissatisfaction expressed over this
conrse of the company in charging two
fares. It i uotiotiul, however, if it is
)t) tne power oi tue uorougu coun
cil, as some peoplo allege, to pro
hibit the charging of two fares,
There is nothing in tho oi'Jinauoe
granting tho right of way to the Trac
tion couipmiy whieh regulates the
charging of fare, aud it is the opinion
of the horongl) attorney that it )s dour
ly at the discretion of the company to
make reasonable charges tor transpor
Tho meetiu!' of the borough council
announced for Saturday evening was
postponed until Tuesday ovening owing
to tue aosence ot two or tlio council
men. Several important matters tire
to be considered, and it is the wish of
the oreeident to hava till the members
Joseph Doherty of i Vckvnlo was
hurt on South Mam street on Saturday
evening. Tho horse he was driving
was frightened by uu electrio car aud
begin to runaway. Doherty tried to
stop him nnd was dragged a considera
ble distance He sustained several
bruises about the body.
On Thursday overling a strange man
vii-ilod the residence of O. D. Siuder-
son and tried to get away with u chair
usod on the v-raudu, but he was scared
olf Ho afterward, however, succeeded
in getting nway with one ut the resi
dence ot J. V. Burtley.
J. II. Law attended tho Eik excur
sion to L iko Ariel.
Joseph F.-iheringor, accompanied by
Mi.-s May Banlidd, visited Lake Ariel
on Litis day.
Thomas Hamilton on Thursday l ist
lost a watch, mid on thorough invest!
gation found that William Walker,
son of the lato D-mis Walker, had taken
it. Vrhen Walker was questioned he
confess a that he ha 1 takoii the watch
and that ho had hidden it in the mines.
Walker an 1 his uncle, W. Ellihy, went
down thu mines and got the watch an
returned it to the owner.
Miss Ellen Cosins, of Peckviile, was
in town on Thursday,
A lurgd giiiiieriag of our yoiing
people called on Kobert Estla last Tues
day night and gave him quite a sur
prisf. They passed the evening pleas
nntly in pinging nnd playing aud at 1
o'clock a line supper w..s :rved. Those
from out of town v.ero: Miss Joiits
and Mus Craigr and Miss TollforJ, of
Olypbaut; Mr. Henlmru, of Scrnuton,
Those from Throop were: Miss Jennio
and Mary William, Miss Polly Moi
gin. Miss R-jii.irts, Miss Hannah In
dim; Messrs. T. Evans, R. Perry, A,
King, A. lilli, w, Kise, U. Svmpron,
nil of Tnroon Mistress Ot orem :ii
Miss Jennio Williams, assisted by Mr
Matthew Gray, of Sasqnehanna
street, who was lniured at iSo. a last
Friday, is improving.
Miss Jennie Kennedy, who has been
visiting Mrs. Gehhart, of Jermyn, the
paRt week, has returned home.
Miss Mary Noalon, of Carl'ondale, is
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. William
Sweeney, of Lackawanna street.
Mm. Jennio Voyle and son Dave
returned homo Saturday after an ex
tended viBit to Newl.urg, N. Y.
Mrs. Rachel Pritcbard and grand
daughter, cuss unctiui ivnns, aro
spending the week at tho former's son
home in Deposit, r. X,
Mrs. Mary Manon, of this placo, nnd
daughter, Mrs. E'.iLongiuker, of Hyd
Park, are visiting in U.no.
Miss Mary Ow-.ns, of Ilorrick Cen-
tor, is visiting ut Crinpens.
John Fergnsou returuod Saturday
from a visit to Moosio.
Miss Ola Mason has acooptnd n posi
tion as t"acher In the Dlakoly si-nool
Mies Maine O'Malley spent Sunday
Mrs. W. R. Dodson and son are en
joying a vacation with friends in
Divinion No. 10. Ancient Order of
of Hibernians will hold u picnic in
Maple grove tomorrow.
This evening Hie school' board will
meet to appoint toacliers, they having
so much husiiiess on Friday night this
matter V.1'9 laid over.
The sale of I h rial estaf o of the late
John Kearney look place Saturday. H,
A. Willman whs tho purchaser.
The Mayfiold band will hold a picni
in Electric park today. A numiar of
bands will bo present nnd assist to
muke the oocasion an unlovable one.
On Wedne Jay the annual excursion
nnd picnic of the Snnrl ly ncboot of tho
Methodist Episi o.ml church will take
place. The train Iev the Delaware
iiu lindson siaiion at 8 lo a. in: lwo
bands will Hccoinminv it. A nnmlor
of games and other.JamowmHtits have
been provided for. Fare, 40 cents;
half fare, !.'5 cents.
Kev. BtCDtieu Jav and ThomaB Jay.
his brother, who are visiting in Eng
land, sailed Wodnesduy for homo and
are expected here Friday, July 27.
Mrs W. H. Bidi;er and son returned
from a visit at Eist Branch, N. Y.
These hot ensty days with their ac-
compnnylng odors su'pest the need of
sewers in onr boronuh.
Howard Foster returned home Fri
day evening from a 3-uionths' visit in
Minn Lillian Storm returned to her
home iu Scranton Saturday after a
week's visit in this city as tho guest of
Miss Mattie Hards, of Snbrn avenue.
Professor S. J. Wood, of Williams-
port, Pa., conducted the men's meeting
in the Young Men's Christian associa
tion nurlors Sunday afternoon. His
subject. "The Two Ways," Provor's,
The Mozart baud gave another of
their always pleasing opju nir concerts
from tue balcony of Hotel Antlirncilo.
lhe funeral services over the re
mains of tho late James Scanlon took
place Saturday afternoon from his lato
home on Fallbrook street. Interment
was m tde in St Itoso ceni'iterv.
Miss Helen Kiufer, of Wyoming
street, is the guest of Scranton friends.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. F. Price. Mrs.
Walter Carr and Miss Jessie Cliumard
are visiting Mrs. Price's mother at Port
Jervis, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stone have re
turned from a visit with tho latters
Miss Uena Daley, of Church street,
has returned from an extended visit
wilh friends in Cnambi-rshurg.
Iluih Fitznatrick died Friday even-
ug at tho ago of 85 years at his home
on South Washington street, il is
survived by ten children who are Mrs
I. F. Walker, Miss Katie Filzpatrick,
of Carbondale, Mrs. Andrew Walsh, of
Park city, Utah Patrick Filzpatrick,
of Jersey city, Airs. John Mooro. of
Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mrs. Charles
S.-eloy, of Bridgeport, Conn. Funeral
occurred Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock.
Interment being mado iu tit. lions
Mrs. Spsncr, of Ypsilanta, Mioh., is
the guest of her sou, C. E. Sp:uc?r, of
MisB Jessie Weathorby, of Wayni
street, is eutortaining friends from
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shannon, of
Wyoming slreat, spont tho Sabaatn at
the lutter's home in Clifford.
tlisoretion nt Kocsaiar na ZeuL
It is not suflicient in the conduct of tho
alTf.irs of tho puhlic that the leaders bo an
imated by good purposes. They must have
nlsu the jiulgiiioat to discriminate between
the right and the wrong way to accom
plish desired objects.
Viewed RtroEp ctlvly.
There is a growing seniimont one
which each Fourth of inly augments lo
tne effect that even if the Chinese do not
0, their firecrackers should.
Mi; J. L. Orl&Hlnyer
Nervous and Weak
All broken down, unable to sleep, distress and
luiniiiij! In my stnmaeh, smothering nnd choking
spells this was my condition when I began to
t:i!:o Hood's .Siirsiiparllla. I liavo taken 3 bot
tles and feel like another miiu, can work
with ease, weigh over vine, nnd am cured. I
shall ever bo ready to praise Hood's Sarsapa
rllla. J. b. GnrsstNOKit, New Grenada, l'a.
N. It. He sure to cet Hood's and only Hood's.
Hood's Pills aro endorsed by thousands.
V. W. WATSON, View President
A. 13. WILLIAMS, Cushion
PAMHRf. IllNF.S, 4AMRS M EvKRHA IW,
lUVINd A. FlNOtt, PlMU'K H. FlNLliV,
JOHKFll J. .Il-IKMV!. M. H. K KMKIIK1U,
L'UAS, 1'. ilAITllKWS, JcllN T. I'OUXElt
W. W. WATSON.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This trntik Invites tho patronage of business
men and brms ueuer.illy.
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. CSOKUT Propriotor.
rnHIS HllURE In strlctlv tompnrnnne, is new
I aid well furnisliid and OPESJUD Til
'IHH PUBLIC THK YF.AH ItUUND: is
located midway lotween Montrose uu 1 Heran
ton, on Moiitroso and LuoxAWiiil'ia ltallroad,
fix miles from U., L, & W. It. K. at Alford
BtBtlon, nnd live miloi from M mtroei; cu
paelty, oiirlity-llvo: throe mlnutos' walk ( rem
K. U. station.
COOU 1U1AT. 1 I1HN0 TACKLE, ire-,
i'UKE TO til KSIS.
Altitudo aboii; 2,000 foot, equalling In this
respect tba Adirondack and Catiltill Moun
line urovos. plenty of slialo and boautiful
KoeiR-rv, imiKiup; a rtiinnner neaori unox
co'lfd In beauty aud cheapness.
Lianeltip; pavilion, r1u, cro uet Kr onnds,
&p. Cold Srrinir Water Riid plenty of Milk
Kntuit, S7 lo SIO por week. Wl.&U pur
Exenrslon tiekots sold at all stations on D.
L. ii W. Hues.
Portt r moots all trains.
1 - I
national Eaali of Scranton
R3V. SAMUEL EAPP,
ANN ARBOR, IWICH.
" Last summer my little boy
was taken very sick with
typhoid fever. For many days
he lingered between life and
death. When every other
nourishment was refused by
was tried with an immediatein
crease of vitality and strength.
" After such an experience I
cannot help believing it is the
greatest food in the world."
All riiysicians Endorse It.
Tlnvininc satisfies the hunger of connutnptivrft. t It
builds muscle, bnnr, and strength wh-?re cvcryihini;
else fuih, mid is pjl. Hable tu the must delicate taumaih.
For isle at all druggists.
THE BOVININE CO., M-W YORK.
PAIN CURED IN AN INSTANT.
Let Itn,lw.iy Heady Itellef lie uol on
tlio fliitt inilicatiiin of l'alnor Unonaliicss;
if tlirentcund Willi Illsuuse nr Meknols,
tlio Cure will be inuilo beforo tlio family
doctor vould ordinnrily reach the liiiuno.
CL Uns TlIE WORST PAINS In from ono
to twenty minutes Not ono hour after read
lug this advnrtisemant liojd uuy ono sb'i'
FKIt WlTU PALS.
ACHES AND PAINS
For lieadnehn Cwhather siok or nervous),
totbBdio, aouriilgin. rliouniatisin, hunWo,
talas nnd weitkui.es in tho lin k, 8 inn or
idneya, rains around tho liver, pleurisy,
Bwellinu of t he joints mid pains of all kinds,
th applicuton of Hadway's Keaiy llelief
will afford iminedist" bubo, nud its rontimiud
uso tor a low days i t ;et a per uuueut curu.
A CURE FOR ALL
I A halt to a toasnoonfiil of Pcndy Roliof in
halt tumbler ot water, repoutud Ha often
as thiMliscliarKca continue, and a lluiiuel wu
: ur.ited with Ke.oiy Kelief plncud over ttin
' Biniuaeh ami bowo's will ailord iminodiiito
relief and sum oi'teot a euro.
! Internnlly a half to a teaspoonfnl In b:df
' a t imblor of water will, in a fow minutes,
cure ( rumps. Br nsma. Sour Si oilmen, Niius-m
! Voinltiui.-, Heartburn, Nervousness, Bleep
lesmess. Sick lloadacbo, Flatuluuey and ull
' Vatnria in IlsVnrlnug Forms Cured and
I mere is not a romoclial agency In tho world
, Unit will onro foyer and ague and all other
, iiiiiiiu ion", bilious nnd all other fevers, id led
by HAnWAV'S PII.IjN bo quickly as HAD
j WAV'S KKADY KEUER
j Travelers should always ri rry a bottle of
! It ad way 's Iteiidy Relief witn them. A few
! drops in water will prevent sickness or pnins
i from chun'o of water. It ii bettor than
1 French brandy or bittrrs as a stimulant.
Miners and lumbermen sUould always bo
provided with it.
Price 10 cents per bottle. Bull by all drug
gists. ALWAYS RELIABLF. PURELY VEtETBLF.
Perfectly tsstoless. oleirantlv coatod.pnro.
roKiilule, purify, eleauso and atreunthen.
KAl.iWAV'H I'll J.S for tlio euro of nil dis-
oid' TB or the Stomneh, iJo-'-els, hull) ys,
llladder, Norvotts Diseasos, D ziineiu, Vur-tifc-o,
AND AM DIKOKDKltH
OF THU MVUll.
Observe the tollowinR Byraptoms rosultle.g
from diseno8 of the digestive orifiius t'on
Htipation, Inward piles, fullness of blood in
this bend, neidity of tlio stomach, nausea,
benrtburn, disgust of foo l, fu Inessot welKlit
o( the stonitteli, sour eruciations, smKingor
llutteriiif of tn heart, chok uk or Bull'oeat
iliU beusationa wliun in alyinx posture, dim
Hi ss of vision, dots or webs In fore the Bliflit,
fever and dull pslu in tho ll ad. delleiouey of
persph ation, yellowness of tuo skin and
eyes, paiu In tho Bide, cbo-it, limbs, and sud
den Hushes of heat, lmrulUK in tho f I -.-f-.il.
A few dosesof HADWAY'S l lL'.S will froo
the system of ull tlio nliovo imnii'd disorders.
I'rlou Kric, per box. Sulil by UiukcIsI or
sent by mull.
Rend to DU. ItADWAY & CO., Lock Box
85, flow York, for Book of Advice.
i f. tii T
Mthiiaj.vt 0f Me.
THE GREAT 3oih Duy.
produces tlio above results in 30 days. It aett
powerfully aud nuickly. Cures when nil others lull
YouiiRmeuwllI naailn tlinir lost ninnbood.ainl old
men will recover their youthful vlnor by n.-inii
HKVIVO. H nulckly and nirely renteies Kmon
nesM, I.t Vitality, lniiuiteiisy. Niulitly KniiHsiens,
Lostroer,I-'aillinr Munory, WokIiiiu Dhieimcs, and
all effects of Hell-abiuio or eieosBaad lndlriTetton.
wliinb unfits one for study. biiKlness or iiiiiitIbi;c H
not only cures hy stiirtiim- at tho sent of dinease. but
lnanrent nerve toule uud blood builder, I rluB
lnif back Ibo plnlt Blow to pale elicrksandra
Rtorlng tho lire of youth. It wards olf Intimity
and Consumption. Insist on havinc HKVIVO, no
other. It can bo carried in vest pocket. Uy mail,
SS 1.00 per packnee, or six tor 83.00, with n poul
live written emirunteo lo euro or refund
tho money. Circular froo. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., 63 River St., CHICAGO. ILL
For salo by Mattbewi llroa., Vruuclats,
lob Work .
The Scranton Trlbunt
flu wi inmiimi, J
I Tho Original Raw Food
latUay. V', V"',.K
400 and 402 Lackawanna Avenue.
WE have just purchased for cash
at 50c. on the dollar 32,228 doz.
Ladies Handkerchiefs, the entire
stock of an importing house retir
ing from business.
Sals Gommtnces Saturday, July 7
5c. Handerchiefs, sale at
10c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
15c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
25c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
3 9c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
50c. Handkerchiefs, sale at
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
IF YOU ARE
We can serve you well. All the
desirable kinds are here and at
right prices. Then we have
other kinds of
Floor s Coirerixi&j
Linoleums, Mattings, Art Spares,
Linen Crnmb Cloths, &c
Byzantine, Smyrna and Oriental
Rugs all sizes, from a single door to
sizes large enough to cover an entire
R & SlEiECICEK
406 and 408
BRANCH STORE: Watt
rWr fVVT-t''Jl,yej'',,w-tfv-'lw,yff t v vwr ''w"ivihi-it,i
No tales or history goes with the goods
we sell at our
del asid End Sale
You will find money by attending pur
Odd and End Sate
It is cheap goodness not cheap cheap
nessthat distinguishes our
Odd and End Sale
Figures are eloquent when used to indi
cate the value we are giving at our
Odd and End Sale
From a critical inspector you will turn an
eager buyer at our
Odd and End Sale
Goods marked in plain, large, low figures
Odd and End Sale