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THE . bCUAlx LON iltlliUNETllUUSDAV JiOJttllttU-. JULI JTJ. 18VJ4.
PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Ward McAUiator will occupy the Lyman cottage at Newport thin season. ' Bruno Gunsel of Chicago has tho ver itable slolgh in which Napoleon made his terrible flight out of Russia. Sir William Ilarcourt will rotiro from tho lower court ut tho cud of the pres ent session and bo elevated to tho house of lords. W. IL Wallace, who was niado post master of Jefferson, 0., by President Jnckson 110 years ago, is still holding tho ofli.ee. Ho is 84 years of ago. Tho Marquis of Salisbury goes so lit tlo into society that it is said lie was ac tually unacquainted witli sonio of the, subordinate members of his Into cabinet Tho Princess of Wales has seut a birthday gift in the form of a shilling for every past birthday to Mrs. Sarah Thomas, uged 1015 years, tho oldest lady iu Wales. Jlrs. Eva M. Blackmail, who is the police commissioner of Leavenworth, Kan., is the editor and proprietor of u Populist paper called The Labor News. She is 37 years old. Tho report that Mr. Gladstone was considering an iuvitstion to visit the United States is denied by tho Grand Old Man. Ho says that such a trip would be impossible. Ono of the maternal ancestors of Henry V. Longfellow boro tho naiuo of Mercy Wiswall. On tho paternal side there were Ieliabod Wiswall and Doaoon Peleg Wadsworth. Mure remotely con nected on his mother's bidu was Love Brewster. Kev. Stephen R. Beggs of Plaiufleld, Ills., who is now 1)4 years of ago, in 1881 delivered tho ilrst Protestant ser mon ever heard at Fort Dearborn, where Chicago stands today. His auditors were Br. Harmon, tho post surgeon, and 5 others. Mrs. Ayre, wifo of a clergyman at B'.'lle Oak, Mich., drove to Williams tewn, bought a coffin and paid for the digging of a grave, to bo left open till called for. Two weeks later she died of apoplexy, and both coflin and grave were occupied. TURF TOPICS. . In the annual parade of truck horses held in Loudon on Whit Monday there were two gigantic horses, each measur ing IS hands. Mr. Seagram's horses won about $10, 000 at Toronto, Hamilton and Windsor. A five legged colt has been bom at Lafayette, Iud. A trainer of horses in Belfast, Me., has extracted what is known as a wolf's tooth, measuring 2?4 inches, from a horse. Some Shetland ponies, when well bred, are very fast trotters for their size. Bnrdett-Contts says that when a horso reaches the height of over 15.3 he can no longer be called a hackney. Li the entry list to the fi, 000 stako of the California State Agricultural so ciety there are but 64 entries. The trotting dog Bird is stated to be the fastest trotter in the east. Tho average of over 180 guineas ($030) was realized at the sale of the Brook field stud of hackneys, near London. There is a man in San Francisco whose business is hunting horseshoe nails. . The three great horseback riders in Washington aro Hoke Smith, Senator Lodge and Representative Cannon of Illinois. Horseman. ODDS AND ENDS. Wheelmen now make bicycle trips over tho Alps. Over 200,000 postal cards are used every day iu the United States. In France, Belgium and several other European countries all elections are held on Sunday. Jan. 1 has been New Year's day ever sinco Julius Ca;sar "reformed" tho cal endar, in tho year 45 B. C. There aro more artesian wells in Cal ifornia than any other state iu tho Un ion. Ono county claims 457 wells. Kansas City, Kan., is separated from Kansas City, Mo., by the stato lino, which runs through the niiddlo of a 6treet In Germany a prisoner is acquitted on a tie vote by jury. A vote of 7 to 5 leaves tho decision with tho court, while a vote of 8 to 4 moans conviciton. Parisian restaurant keepers mix a lit tle honey with their butter. This gives It an agreeable taite and flavor and makes inferior butter more palatablo. KANSAS MUSINGS. Peoplo you owo always toll about it A young man U a theory. An old man is a fact If you havo a secret, you might as well tell it to CO as to ono. A good politician never writes any letters and never bums any. After a man passes CO tho only am bition left him is to become tho oldest inhabitant A young doctor calls diseases by their Latin names, but an old doctor is not so particular. There is a certain kind of heroism in paying tho fiddler without whimpering, but it is rarely mot with. The only apparent effect of advanced oivilizatiou seems to bo that children begin to worry at an earlier age. Work keeps a man from doing mean things, but there can't bo enough of it to keep him from thinking them. Atch iaou Globe. WORD HISTORY. Gotta perch a, bamboo, gong, rattan find three or four more are of Malay or igin. - Cainbrio is believed to havo boon bo called beoauso it was first made atCauv bray. Blankets wore invented by Thomas Blanket, who made them at Bristol in 1840. , Cashmere goods 'were invented in the celebrated vale of which Moore sings iu 'LallaRookh." Parchment was first made at Porua- mus irom iho bheup or the mountain goatB of Asia Minor. Calcnluto comes from a word mean ing pebbles and recalls tho days when men used small stones in counting. Millin,r8 first plied their trade at Milan, and to be a Milanor was equiv alent to being able to prepare an elegant headdress. Punch is tho Hindoo word for five, because five ingredients arrack, sugar, ten, lemons and water enter into its composition. Cap pr.per was thus called bocauso formerly, before being used by grocers in wrapping up gauds, it was folded in a capliko form. Bock beer took its nanio from the fact that it was so much stronger than tho common beer that when indulged in it niado tho tippler caper like a bock or goat. Silhouetto was tho namo of a French minister iu autorevolution times. Ho was a stern eeouomist, and the courtiers had their pictures made in profile and black, facetiously claiming that M. Sil houette had niado them so pour that they could not havo a regular portrait painted. St. Louis G lobe-Democrat STAGE GLINTS. Thomas K Murray's tourwith Major O "Hugger! y will open on Sept. 15. James K. Ilackett opened a summer Btock .season at tho Queen's theater, Montreal, recently. Georgo W. Wilson lias been engaged to play Nathaniel Berry in a "Slioro Acres" No. 3 company. Harry Gil foil, who whistled himself into fame in "A Trip to Chinatown," is soon to fill a London engagement. Mario Broughton, a sister of Julia Marlowe, is a member of the opera com pany at tho Trenioiit Street theater, Bos ton. During a drivo to Claremont from New York recently Delia Fox lost a dia mond brooch in tho form of anew moon that cost if J, 300. Tho "Flams," which tho Paultons have written for Old 1 loss Hoey, will be produced at the Bijou theater, New York, late iu the autumn. Madeline IJonton, who replaced Julia Arthur iu A. M. Palmer's stock com pany after Miss Arthur left that organi witiun, has signed with Mr. Palmer for next season. Marion Khnoro will play the part of a young Irish woman in Frank Bixby's new play, "Shaft No. 2," next season, and James F. Macdoiiuld has been eu gaged for the opposite part. Elmer Grandin's new melodrama, "Slaves of (Sold," will be produced elaborately by William T. Feiinessy of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Grandiu (Eva Mouutford) will play tho leading roles. P' SHION'S FRILLS. Sashes of all sorts aro worn and will be a prominent item in summer dresses. Shirred hats of thin material are much liked and aro trimmed with fine flowers, jet and feathers. Among tho most elegant of tho new trimmings are crochet passementeries m plain silk. These come m all colors and black. A pretty and effective garni turo is of lace, with a fancy edge, tho upper por tion being of net dotted with rows of tiuy beads. Waists in modified blouso fhape.with bands of fancy galloon across iho front and back anil also across the sleeves, are much liked. A haudsome heading for a (lounco is made of passementerie in jet, the garni ture being filled in with stars, sequins and other fancifully shaped beads. India silk costumes, with plain skirt, a very full, draped sash of embroidered Bilk, with ends falling almost to tho hem of the skirt in front, deep shoulder ruffles of ricii lace and a V shaped vest, with collar and bow'in en am colored, white or other dclicatu tints, are much liked. A new &nd attractive costnmo is of croam colored india cashmere, with trimming of Irish point insertion. Tho insertion is set in fancy pattern all around tho skirt and also trims tho deep shoulders and the cuffs. A sash of very wide, fancy ribbon is worn with this dress. New York Ledger. NOVELTIES, i Tho latest writing pads aro bound in enamel. The crooked serpents that nro used for corkscrew l.undles seem to havo fitness. Tho fino t'ipes of gold and platinum nro to bo commended for ladies' fob chains. Some glove buttoners nro tho imino diato occasion of novel charms attached to their chains. Dead finish is given to most of tho largo household toilet, articles in silver. It is made expensive by polished, raised and broken edges. It is astonishing that tho censors of public nirtnils havo not laid violent hands on some of the enamel decorated cigarette cases exposed. Colored stones or enamels set in paste are much desired for hatpins. Perforat ed and prickly balls aro worn. All sorts of buttony effects prevail. Jewelers' Circular. . Forwitry lu bwitzerlHiitl. Stringent efforts aro being mado to reforest Switzerland. More than 40, 000,000 young trees, it is officially ro ported, have been planted in that coun try in the Inst seven years. MANY CHILDREN hfcva been cured of scrofula and othor skin discuses as well ax thousands of grown people, by taking Dr. Force's Golden Med ical Discovery. Jivory disorder that can bo reached through the blood, yields to its purifying qualities. Etwinn, Tetter, Uoils, iuriuneieK, aim uiw worst Hcrofulou.3 Soros nd Swellings are pur maueutly cuhku. My boy hod a mn nlnK lore on each tlilith fur eltlit yenrs. He wail 8U poor mid wenk hi) cimlil hardly walk. Ho cnnitnoneedlnlilniryour "Mocllcul IiIhcovwj" ami when he hiul taken two bottles, hla ltjfs wore both honied and hnvo bcon sound ever sincn. 'J'lwt was throe yrairs ago, and ho hits boon a stout, hearty. B. A. Randall loy over slncn. EM RANDALL. Remington, AlUghcnv Co., fa. PIERCE A CO BE OR UOMCV RETURNED. iff 1 ME VALLEY OF DEATH. DR. MERRIAM TELLS WHAT GOVERN MENT SURVEYORS SAW. Dentil Valley, the Terror of Wandering Iuimist'uiiU lu r'astiiru Cullfornlit mid Soittliuoiitoru Nevada, Described by One Who Ui. Traveled There. Dr. C. Hart Jlerrlum, chief of a govern ment biuloglrul survey which bus been working for months lu Death valley, Is lu tho city. Dr. Merrlnm has studied closely . the strange region of which so much has been said, and ho Is the first in the city qualllled to (.peak of the valley. Ho has camped within the gluiu of its suit beds, has felt its intolerable heat und viewed Its splendid desolation, mid bus faced its scorching blasts of wind und red hot sand that rae between the towering black nioiintaiiiM which wall the silent chasm. llti has been in the midst of its death dealing elements, bus tasted of Its poisoned wells, and has forced his way over its treacherous Minds, anil over ground that crumbled beneath the weight of mail or borse. Ho tnld the story of his adventures to a reporter last night. "The valley and its lowering black walls of barren rock," he said, "are weird mid strangely mihlimo in their desolation. For miles and miles the curious mountains may he seen out lined ngaiust the clearsky. From the top of Telescope peak, the high est of tlio l'anamint, or western ranga which shuts tho valley In, one may look down a dizzy black precipice IS.lHKI feet to the level of tho valley, as white us snow. Stretching from the mountain's foot aro the glistening iielils of salt. Here mid there aro running streams of salt and min eral waters. To drink of them is to dio. The view is closed in by the gloomy dill's of the Funeral mountains, which form an impenetrable harrier at the east of tho the canyon. The scene Is one of violent con trasts of glaring whites and dead blacks. Wlli:i!H NA'ITKK IS AWFUL. "The valley is the most barren and tho lowest of a series in eastern California and southwestern Nevada. At a rough esti mate it is about 150 feet below the level of the sea. It runs generally north aud south, although its worst region turns to the northwest. This portion has been named Mesipiito valley. "It is a region far worse than Death val ley proper. The valley may be compared to the lirand canyon of the Colorado. It Is rat her an immense chasm than a valley. It is about UO miles long, and at its broad est part is only eighteen miles wido. In some parts it is no more thau iiftceu miles in width. "In this frightful place, baked and blis tered by the intolerahle heat, holding with in itself innumerable elements of death, revealing strange aspects of natural deso lation, our party has been ut work for months. "On cither side of the valley, stretching almost its entire length, is a range of mountains, absolutely barren of animal nnd vegetable life. The western range is the I'ananiitit, averaging in height about tUXK) feet. The eastern range is the Funer al, a suggest'! vo and not unlit name. Tho Funeral mountains rise fully 7,01)0 feet above the level of the sea. "These mountains are black, with tho ex ception of curious patches of red rock. Away to the north is Mount Magruder. iieyond in the distance rise the heights of the Sierras. Almost at the southern limit of the valley is Mount Ivanwatch. Behind it is tho 'Devil's Playground,' a region of absolute barrenness. "Down tho valley a hot, suffocating wind blows with terrific velocity. In its course through the stricken region it gathers a black cloud of hot, shifting sand that has blinded many an unwary horse aud rider. Under the glistening beds of crystallized salt iu places are running streams of salt water. Deneath these is still another bed of salt. "In other parts of the valley aro wastes of hot sand drawn in some places into high mounds by tho whirling blasts that sweep down the canyon. There, too, 'is the most curious earth I have seen self raising earth it has been called. As far as the eye can sec it appears in curving outline, up and down, as if puffed by a natural yeast. The unfortunate animal that steps upon the little hills will crash through, for they are not much more than fragile crusts. "Still stranger is t hat section of the val ley which for want of a better namo is ctdled salt earth. Innumerable pinnacles, tapering to points as lino us needles and over a foot long, rise in close array from the ground. They are as hard us stone and as dangerous as sharpened steel, lioneath and hidden by them are pitfalls, a tumble into which means a broken leg or arm. Then, too, are the rich fields of borax, which have lured many a man to death. "Dreadful as is Death valley, its north western arm, Mosquito valley, is worse. All of the water upon its surface is poison. The wind has thrown the sand into im mense mounds, one of which is three miles long and Jill!) feet high. It was iu this val ley that tho immigrants lost their lives. Water may be obtained only by digging deep wells, ami then it is none too pure. PLANTS AMI ANIMALS FOUND. "Our party, the biological survey of tho United States government, has been in tho valley for moot lis. The general purpose of the department of agriculture, under which wo work, is to collect facts relating to tho distribution of species with variations of temperature and humidity throughout the United States, and particularly in the western part. Tho results obtained will bo of the utmost, value to agriculture, for they will save millions of dollars spent in ex periment by farmers who wish to test tho capacity and character of their land. "We have found that in certain zones certain flora and fauna flourish. Each zone has its peculiar species which will nut llourish in others. These zones aro both horizontal and vertical. "The party chose the desolate region of Death valley for its labors, for from it und not far distant can be traced tho seven zones wo have established. Tho valley, notwithstanding its barren elements, has many phases of life. "It has thirty or forty species of animals and fully as many of vegetable) growth. Nothing, of course, will live on the salt or borax bottoms, hut on the edges of these districts various hardy plant thrive. In tho sand wastes aro gophers, mice, bats and many other utiituals and not a few reptiles. ".Many theories have been advanced to account for the formation of Death valley. 1 think it quit o probable that it was once the sink of the .Moj.ive river. "Our trip has been an interesting ono. Ono of my rides lu tracing the course of the subsnnoruu zone, a region similar to the Mexican state of Sonera, was 1,700 miles iu length." San Francisco Chronicle. Mothpn! Mother.ll Motharalll MrB.W inflow's Soothing Syrup lias, been used for ovor fifty yours by millions of mothers for their children while tombing, with perfect buccoss. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays nil pain; cures wind colic and is tho best remedy for dl nrrhaia. Sold hydtugsists in every part of the world. He sure and ask for "Mrs. VVlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no no other kind. Tweuty-liyo ceuts a bottle- When Baby was s!ek, wo gave her Castor!, When she was a Child, she cried for t'ostorU. When she became 51 Ins, ahs clung to Castoria. Wluut slio had Children, the gave tliein Castoria, REIGN Or THE RAINBOW. All Its Colors Popular Now and Often' Worn by tho Wrong Woman. Almof t all colors, bright and dull, light and dark, are fashionable this year and are worn too often with a reckless disre gard of their bccomlngncss to the individ ual. Tho fact that a certain tint is la vogue is a sufficient recommendation of It in some women's eyes, uud they eagerly adopt it without stopping to consider whether it heighten or diminishes tho ef fect of their personal charms. Oranges for Instance, Is to be worn only by a decided brunette or by tho dark haired, creamy compleilonml woiiimi with clear gray eyes. Tho latter 1 tho on. type of whom it may truly bo snld that she can wear al most every color, preference being given to decided khnde. But if orange be fash ionable tho fulr woman with pule brown tresses trims bur but with It, forgetting thut tho rich color will overpower all tho subtle ruddy and golden tints in her hair and mako It look dull and drab toned. Magenta is almost us trying ns orange an can be worn successfully only by jvomoiT having dark, gray or white hair, cb-a'uoUt iT.::. CliAY SILK TOILKT. lsttos so noticeable In themselves as not to be rendered insignillcant by tho juxtaposi tion of a striking tint. Shaqi,.solid blues, greens and purples are also dangerous to indulge in unadvisedly. Blue and purple especially, of all tones, should be carefully handled, ns they bring out very strongly any hint of sallowncss In the skin. Clear red is tho most universally becoming of any bright color und combines well with nearly everything. Dull tun and ecru shades arc better for the majority of per sons than clear gray, the latter appertain ing properly only to women with rosy cheeks. If they havo gray hair also, tho harmony Is complete. A knowledge of complementary colors and a clearsighted ness iu regard to one's own characteristics of face and figure lire all that are needed to insure correct dressing. A sketch is given of a gray silk gown trimmed with black lace. Tho lower skirt is of gray moire and is plaited. Over this is worn a princess gown of pearl gray taf feta, caught up in front by a largo black velvet bow and trimmed with a llounco of black luce. Tho corsage is covered with drapery of black lace held in placo by Binall velvet bows. The sleeves ure com posed of three puffs trimmed with bows of black satin. The black laco bonnet is trimmed with mauve ilowersand jet. JUDIC CllOLLET. CFKES Constipation. CURES Constipation. CURES Constipation. I write that yon may know the Rood I have received from B. 11. B. I was all out of health and suffurinK with con atiputioii and biliousness. 1 tried other medicines, but thoy failed to do nny good. At Inst I liouaht a bottle of B. Act3 On the Bowels. B. B. and boforo I had usod It all I went to work us well as ever. (Us Nki.son, Box SSJrvuieton,Warranco.Pa mmi Dr. EX Grewer The riiilnrtHphin Specialist, ond his BsnelatoJ utn or r.nuusn anil Herman plivstcmns, aro now permanently located st Oil Sl'RUCK ST., SCRNTO, The doctor is ft r.rnilnntn nf tlin TTntrnrsitv of Ponnsylvania.foi niorly demonstrator of phvsi oWy and surgery nt tlin Medico Chirurcicnl ('olloge nf Philadelphia. A spooialty of Chroiiio, Norvous, Skin, Iloart, Womb anil fiuou uiscusos. DISEASES OP THE KERVODS SYSTEM The symptoms of which aro dizziness, lark of confidence, srxunl weakness lu men and wo man, ball risliifi in the throat, spots floating bofore tho eves, loss of niomory.'iinaUo to con centrate the mind u one subjoot, easily Btariiou wiion Hiiuooniy spnueti to, anil nun, oisiresBnii muni, wlilcu limits tiiom lor per fnrmiuir the actual duties of life, making hurt- pinoHs impossible: distressing tho ant ion of mo noari, causing utisn oi neat, aepreanon or spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear, ureams, melancholy, tiro easy or company, fcolinir ss t ircd In the mnrnlnir as when rotir ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling, confusion of thought, droii,constlpatnm, weakness of tho limbs, el". Those so orTootod should consult us tuimcdiately and he rostor eu to perfect Lealtli. LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. Weakness of Young Men Cured. If vou have boon elvon un by your nhvBiclan call upon the doctor and be oxanilned. He cures I no worst cases or Morvoiis iienuiiy.Bcro- lula,(lil Mnros, 'atarruf llus.r omalu " eiikiiOHS, Afflictions of tho Kyo, Kur, Noso and Throut, Astnina, Uoaruoss, Tumors, uineoi'8 anu crip ult'sof every dcacrintion. Consultations freo and slrirtly sacred and confidential. Oltlco hours daily from V a. in. to u p. m. Sunday to a. Lost Llanhocd and vigor notclli rentorod.Varti-oct'l!, slroiihy, otn.. nunMr cih-piI by lNIAllO. tlie Brent i.iirmir emiDHioiiH, uinu(jui(i'imilv. with wrtHMisniii-uiMiorartt, boiuu,' UAlTHtWS bUOS., Orugglnu, Scronwu, fa. ,SJSHTISHrSBKnP'S Iperratneolljotircd in '' toflOdtTi by Masio Rn dy, under rutrtnt;, bKlwl bj titufmuM. Poulin nrooli uid 100-pw book , Uhatiitia Iron Itfkfrom p.lf tnrart.fm by " h HKBprlnii nd Hsrooryful, o.ir Mnalo Remedy win pwltlnll eun. COOI BKHKI'V CO Cklran, III. Jmmlm six i't.. yvV 'Jfep 1 E. Robinson's Sons' Lager Beer Brewery Kanufaoturara ot the Celebrate! PlLSENER Lager Beer CAPACITY 100,000 Bbk Per Annum, DUPONT'S MINING, BLASTING AND BrOBTINO Manufactured at the Wapwallonnn Millak Lu aerne county fa., anil at wu mington, Diduwure. HENRY BELIN, Jr, General Agent for the Wyoming District li8 Wyom mg Ave., Scranton Pa. Third National Bank Building. AfiKsnirs. TITOS. FORD. PittHt'in, Ta. JOHN B SMITH & KON'tl'lymonth. Ta. E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkcs-Uarro, I'a. Agents for the Kupauuo Chemical Com tiauy'a Uivn Explosive. Atlantic Refining Go. Manufacturer and Dealers in) niamiQating and Lubricating Linseed Oil, Napthaa and Gaso lines of all grades. Axle Greaee, Pinion Grease and Colliery Com pound j also, a large liue of Par. iufilne Was Candles. We also handlo the Famous CR0WX ACME OIL, the only family eafety burning oil in the market WILLIAM MASON, Manager. Office: Coal Exchange, Wyoininjt Ay W orks at 1'iUB liroolt and Fertilizers Large Medium and White Clover, Choice Timothy and lawn Grass Seeds puano, Bone Dust and Phosphates for Farms, Lawns and Gardens. HUNT MILL CO. P Rooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bid's, SCItANTOX, PA. MINING ancfBLASTING P'OWOEiR Hade at the MOOSIO nnd KUSII DALE WORKS). Lafflin & Rnnd Powder Co.'s ORANGE GUN P0WDEB Electrio BattorloA, Furoi for exploJ ing blaata, fcufoty Futso and RepaunoChemical Co. s High Explosives Complexion Preserved DR. HEBRA'S VIOLA CREAM Vamnnna CnLU. DI...I.. 7 ' V" V Liver . Mole, BlaokheadiJ V ounourn aim iant huu id i rryi Btoros tho skin lo Its orlgl- f& nal fresliuess, jwnduciuB a yaxS' cloar oud hoUhy com- iwft.. XfaW& ' plexlon. Btipcrlor to all face ' ' . preparations and perfectly' hnrmless. At ail arugtjlsUi, or niuilcd for 50i-u. Scud fur Circular. VIOLA 8KIM 60AP tmply limpmM. a nin iiurlljliig Hmv, uwiualM Ihr U tollnt, nd wlUiint a rlial bt tho Bumirj. Jlloluflr i fllV mud. Adnwrtn, Prlee 2J Cenla. . G. C. BITTNER & CO., Toledo, O. For tale by Matthew liroi. and John u, rneipa. POWDER Us MQ0S1C 01 li au mim -- 1 SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL The above brmidi of flour can be had at any of the following merchants, who will accept Tun Tkiuune fi.ouh coupon of 35 on each one hundred pound of flour or 60 on each barrel of flour Ecranton-F P Price. Wanbuigton avenuo I Gold llodnl Brand. Dunmore-F. P. l'rice, Gold Modal Rrand. Juiiuioro-F. U. Manluy. Superlative Bran'L llyil.i Park CartKMi it Duvlii, Wanliburn St. Gold ileil-il Hrand; J. w.pli A lluuru, Mam avenue, Hupurlutivo iiruiid. Green Hidge A L.Spi.ncor.lrDld Modal Brand. J. T.MtH.'ilo, SupiTlutiVll. l'lovidi-nro i'minor & Chuppoll. N llaln ave uuo, Supt'ilativ.i lraul;U. J Oillipia, W. Markot ntroot, Gold ili-d il Brand. Olypbant-Jiimo!) Jordan, Kuperiatire Brand. Pi'iikvillo SUntl.T & K.Iht Kupurlativo. Jormyn-C, U. Winters it Co Superuiiitlve. Art'libald Joniw, H mpson & Co., Gold Medal. ( arbondiilo-ll. B. Clark, Gold Midal Brand. llimwlnl-l N- FiiHter Co. Gold Medal. j' ..... i, .M H. l,..vnllo vjr wm Sk r LOUIS B. SMITH Dealer in Choice Confections and Fruifs- BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY. . FUST ICE CREAM ) 1437 Capouse Avenue. IROM and ST NORWAY IRON TOE CALK TIKE MACHINERY SPRING SOV'T STEEL ANVILS BKLLOWS HOUSE NAILS BLACK DIAMOND Sir,VKR EXTRA SPKCIAIi SANDERSON'S ENGLISH JESSOF'S ENGLISH CAST STEEL UORSE SHOES WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS IiROS. SCREW CUTTING MACHINERY. !il!eninder&Co.,ScranfO!v Wholesale and retail dealers' in Waponmakera' and Blacksmiths' ' SVPPUTS. That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and FORKS for an equal weijht.ounce for ounce, of your silver dollars. All elegantly en graved free. A large variety of new pat terns to select from at Here ere an ROT I.ACUAWANW AVEXUU "No star was ever lost we once have seen, We always may be what we might have been, A HAPPY PATRON OF TIE R OHARDS Scranton, Pa. 22 and 23 Commonwealth Building TRY US. "rlN. Htiiimntlon or Insanity. i.EFnRF4MHFTtHUSING.uootliur. A.lUn.'" AkUVB HKEIMO., olntoulo Tsmple. CU10AOO.1". For Salo in Soranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Pmffist, C"'- WashlnfftoD Hiirl Sni'uco streets. J'i Thocrpntmmpily "fS'Cr SfflrtS5'' lh mmrMlr orimn. ot either w. .orh Nroun WtMitroitt n. ! l!i:t l!r Jks-i?.k. i ''' In or l.t Manhood, lnipouincr, Js'lulitly Kndaaloii.. outUtuI Brrnn, ivfo$A$Wii Unml Worry .oxcewlvomo of Tol.i-roor()Hnni.i.hlclil...ltol'on. !W5,' tf? 4tftl5?Jl'' wmnnlon and Insanity. With every HH ordi'r wo irlve o written ituar. trfu7?iuau. "mwioruroormftindfliomonoT. Sold at 1.K nerhox. boxes For Sale byC. HI. II AUlill, UiunuUt, lJ l-enii Avenue. Kfw diariwry. UARAN . EF. to Core i.4.:. -JJ tUTOninttry KllllliUinw from tnr mum, ll DeRiecoiu. ui;n irmiuin Iran t rtitft.rU lira. .. ... a,,.,.' .I i, h,.xt.R fnr V. With r-.-c. ik-loru Aud Alter liitug. For sale by JOHN H. PHFSPS. Spvucs Street, Scranton, Pa. from (A A. I. Irttmnt, &oihl,WX The Flour Awards "Chicago, Oct 81. -Fh first offloUt announcement of World's Fair dui plomas on floor hag been made. A medal bu beeo awarded by tin World's Fair judsea to the floor manu factured by the Washbnrn, Crosby Co, in the groat Washbnrn Floor Mills, Minneapolis. The committee report the flour strong and pure, and entitles, it to rank as first-claw patent floor tot) family and bakers' use." MEGARGEL & CONNELL WHOLESALE AGENT Taylor Judge It Co., Gold Medal; Athortog - & Co., Superlative rnrya Lawronco Store Co.. Gold Modal. Mooic John MoCrindle, Gold MorlaL riiiflion M. W. O'Hoylu, liol'l JMe'lftl. Clark's Urocn-FracB & Piirker, SuporlatlTSk Clark'B Summit -F. M. Youiik, Gold Medal. mitou-s. E. Finn & Sou, Gold Medal Brand. Kh-hokoii-J. E. Hardiny. Wavi-rly-M. W. Winn 61 Son, Gold MedaL li:t'.ryvllle-Chiirk- Gardner, Gold Jldal. Hopl.ottom- N. M. I'inu & Sou, Gold Mudal. lobyliaiina-TibyliBiiu;i et Uahlith Lumb3f Co.. Gold Modul Brand. Oouldsboro-8 A Adams, Gold Melal Brand, Miwcow-GalK & Clainotitu, Gold Medal. Lake Aril Juiudb A. bortree, Gold MedaL Forest City-J. L. Morgan ft Co., Gold Med .-,' mm PAP.LOP.S OPEN" FROM T A.M. TO 11 P.M. SPKl'IAL ATTEMTIHN GIVKN TO SUP PLYING FAMILIES WITH ICE CHE Ail. WAGON WHEELS AXLES SPRINGS XI IBS SPOKES RIMS STEEL SKEINS R. R. SPIKES h Connef! mm GO. NERVESEEDS. This wonderOil rtrntdy natVm It d In tuvt ill rtoui oi onstopiH'li on Wonk Memory, Losinf lirntn INwer. Kommclie. Vukofuimfs, MHtiht'Oti, Nlnhtly KmlsBlons, NurvuuniuH,blldraln(tt!id Iomoi powr lm'ieitt'riitlvoOritfinmtf either wxen n sort by overt xertlon. youthful error . . n.ilim. nt- allt....! hl,.li t.inA l.t 1 H Mill t T. (. Oil" Cnn bo rarrtodln vent Tiokt, 1 perbo, o rir RESTORER MANHOOD I DR.' MOTTS NKUYilUNE nil o .-BFJJr1IT,lU.l.-.im..l...aiia rlLUO for ncrronri nroBtnulonnml nllnorvoiidl8ease of RESTORE LOST VIGOR Will brirn yon nrln Bftid with WBITTZS Nory.M y."tls Debility, ,oanomii romi i M ml. M V, mj m M oni.T w uivn a wrlttoii euatanti.e tn cura or rniod tbe money. Adiir fEAL UlLU'.'II CO.- Cl.iDlaml.Oliio. Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avcnut and