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TIIE SCEANTON TRIBUNE TmrRSDAY MORNING.' JULY 19,' 1894.'
Several Summer Specials 50c. Women's Laundered Shirt Waists in a largo variety of styles; turn-over collars and shield fronts. Reduced from 85c. and $1. 29c. Wonien'sWovcn Cheviots and Shirtwaists. Several different styles and materials, tucked hack and front. Sold earlier for 1 and $1.25. Jaconet Duchess A special lino of choice styles and colorings. These hand some new lawns have been the particular favorite here for a month past and each day they are thown adds to their popularity. 12 l,-2c. the yard. Equally beautiful are the French Lawns and about one-third the French price. Printed Percales, 8c. Superior finish and quality, attractive colorings, made to sell for 12 l-2e. Lace Stripe Ginghams, 15c From the best Scotch makers; brought across tho ocean to sell for 25c. Standard Black Hose Warranted not to crock nor stain the feet or underwear. Every pair not answering this eruarautee niav be returned and the purchase money will be refunded. 23c. the pair; reduced from 35e. Black Japanese Brocaded Silks Extra quality. Price, Regular .1 goods. 75c, JSever before did we show so large a collection of Summer Goods to select from and at prices within the reach of all. GORMAN'S PRICEBUKG. A boar J of health bus been orzanizad in this borongb. Tbe few citizens who bail taken interest in tbe mutter, met in Kennedy a ilrng store last batnrday evening, and tbe following officers were appointed: President, DavU Mor. gun; secretary, George Gleason, Dick' on; health ofliuirs, Dr. W. P. Keu nedy, James Twiss and J nines Ruilly. The board starts out with the hope that every citizen will assist them in every pocsibla manner to tight against sick cees and disease. I be next meeting Will be held in ruJuen s next Monday William Ronght. of Green Ridge, circulated amongst friends in town on 1 aesdav. Martin J. Walah, of Providence, who Was taken seriously ill while visiting friends in this place, has almost ro covered. Mrs. W. P. Kennedy, and daughter floreuoe, who have been summering with friends in tbe country, returned home on Tuesday. A boy arrived to gladden the borne of Mr. and Mm. James Alulderrig, of Dickson, yesterday. Mrs. Brian Fallon and daughter, Mane, is on an extended visit to rela tivei in Honesdale. Tbe following well known citizens of this place are entitled to assistant mine foremen s certificates by their pructioul Knowledge or mining.: v. J. Wil Mains, Reuben Morgan, Goiner Parry and Juiepu T. ilooney. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs, John Snyder, of Jermyn's company block, on luesaay. In a conversation with Officer Sny der, who shot Dan Farrell last Sunday. bo said be was returning home and saw three men on the bridge of the Ontario and Western railroad, which crosses near Dickson Flat Not a word was spoken by either party. Snyder felt some stones whistling past bit ear and be fired bis revolver. lie did not know tbe men on the bridge and feels very sorry over tbe affair, as he and i arrell were good friends. ELMUURST. The young people of the Baptist church held their weekly prayer meet ing at the borne of J. H. Snyder on Tuesday enening. Both, to Mr. and Mra Frank Seig, on Friday. July IS. a daughter. Hotel Elmbnrst is rapidly filling np these warm days ana Uoionel Sr.oon maker has caused everything to be made comfortable for the guests. Byrun Buckingham, J. il. Snyder and W. C. Dunning attainted Masonio lodga at Moscow r nuay evening. 0. B. Partridge, of Soranton, was visitor in town on Monday. Rev. Mr. Harford, of Hollisterville. filled the pulpit of the Baptist ohnroli on Sunday morning, and Ksr. Mr, Fuller, of New York state, the Meth odlst pulpit Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley A. Depew, of Moscow, were visiting menus in town on Sunday. Tbe Ladies' Aid society of tbe Prea byteriaa church will hol'l an ice cream social in the church on Thursday, Jnly ID. ah are inviteu. ii. u. uooper nas opened a grocery Store in bis property on Main street. Mr. Lewis, of Suttiuehanaa county is visiting at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Thayer. E W. White enjoyed a trip to Srra cuse on tbe Delaware, Lackawanna and Western excursion last week. Tuunn IB nothing lilr. Tip. Thfimn,' tTvlaA trio Oil to quickly cure a cold or relieve l T17-i v. .. i, ,r i n i lows, Burr Oak, Bt. Joseph county, Mich GRAND DEPOT CARBONDALE. Miss Clara Smith, of West Pi t tat on, U visiting friends in this city. M. U Laslev. of Columbus. O . a former Carbondale resident, is viuiiiug bis sister, Mrs. Cliarlos Lee, of North Church street Work was commenced yesterday on improving tbe grounds around tbe t'reBDyterlun church. Mrs. C. R. Mnnn and daughter, Marion, kind sleter, Eliiiva Dow, of Terrace street, left yesterday afternoon for a vhnt with friends in Nineveh, N, Y. Yesterday afternoon at Trinity churoh occurred the marriage of Miss Mary Hlu, of Simpson, and Divid Smith, of this city. Kev. B. J. B.ilsley performed the ceremony. Mrs. ilo UurJtier. u Sabbath school teacher of the Baptist cliurch, enter tained ber class of littlo girls by a picnic in Lackawanna grove yesterday, A little son of b. D. Graves, of bov- enth avoune, is sufferiug from a gash in his leg, received from a scrtlie. Jouight will occur the parage in honor of Columbia Hose company's ex- curuion to rarview on Fridny. rue parade will be participated in by tho oliowing organizations: Jt-rmyn Hook and Lidder company, William Walker Hose compauy, MayliHld, Mitchell Hose comptny, Cottage Hose company, Hendrick Hose coiunany, Crescent Social club, Alhnmbra Social club and the Columbia Hose company. The pa rade will form on Maiu street at 7 30 o'clock s liar p. Alias. IS an lirowu, of Honesdale, is the guest of Miss Anna Moon, of Ter race a tree t. Miss Gertrude Ilaulman returned to her home in Ctumbersburg yesterday, after enjoying a weeks' visit with friends In this city. bt. Micliatd s fair, now being held at Simpson, is among tho principal attrac tions in this vicinity. Last evening s programme was furnished by CUrbou ilale talent, and the door prize was u sack ot Hour. Miss Minnie B.'wen left yestorday morning for Mauling, N. Y., whore sbo will spntid her auimal vacation as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsay. 1 lie O itario and Western compauy paid their employes yesterday. Iho Methodist bnnday school of Jer- myn pionic-d at tarview, and toilny will be the oxcursiou of Sostheus lodge. No. 1.00 A special meeting of the Ladies' aux iliary of the Young Men's Christian as sociation will Im hel 1 this afternoon at 3 o1) o'clock in the parlors, corner Maiu street and Salem avenue. Mrs. Ili-nry Watts and daughter Mar garet, of ScMtitou, are the guests of tht) former's d.-tnghter, Mrs. L. A. Rob erts, of South Church street. AKCIUJALI). Tho funeral of the late Patrick Ma- hady, who died on Monday morning, took placa yesterday. Ac 10 o'clock a requiem mass was sung in St. Thomas' church bv tno pastor, Kev. T. J. Com-erford- The remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery. The pall bearrs were Edward O'Horo, Walter Burke. Patrick Johnson. Patrick Com- mlng sail Wiiliaiu and John McKale. The tuneral was very large. The- Junior Eudcavor society and Sunday school of the Presbyterian church will picnio ou Saturday after uoon in Beech Grove. All members are requested to meet at the church al 1 :30 o cloclr, at which tiuii) they will pnrade to the picnic grounds. A series of games and contests has beon pre pared to enliven the occasion. (JDarles r. atdn, wno n a Deen in Cleveland. 0. at the Christiau En deavor convention returned oa Tues day evening. Mr. C. A. Samson who accompanied him will not return for a week. Misses Annie aud Tillie Kearney of Peckville called on friends here on Tuesday evening. The operation of the electric line as far as Peckville has had the effect of bringing a large number; of visitors to this place. On Sunday mo:e than a thousand passengers were car ried on the car now running between Moyles' hotel and Peckville borough. Constable William Dougber is rap idly improving. Aext Wednesday the hose company will hold its grand excursion to Far- view, lhe members are making great preparations for it, and it gives prom ise of being a grand Bnccess, A parade will be held the night before the ex cursion, at which it is expected many of tbe hose companies in this vioinity will participate YAXDLIXG. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Da vaney, a little diiiv'hter. Mies Martha Walters is viaitmir ber sister, Mrs. H JJ. Mitchell. Ibere will be a Sunday school picnic held at crystal lake next Tuesday. July 21 Mr. Wilcox is ill. Peter Anderson lost his little boy with measles yesterday. The boy was aged 6 months and 2 weeks. There will he a band picnic hold next Saturday in Vanillins grove. Mrs. George Young is visiting Pitta ton friends, HONESDALE. Miss Anna Brown is visiting friends at Lsnesboro. The regular weekly dance of com pany E will be held at the armory Fn day night. Metzgar's full orchestr.t will be in attendance and furnish fino music for the dancers. It is hoped that there will be a large attendance. The armory is spacious and will bold large crowd. The infant child of William Road- knight, of Bethany, died suddenly Tuesday nignt or cholera infantum. Street Commissioner Krantz has nnmher of men at work cleaning up the streets in the upper parts ot the town. Auy one passing tip Main street, north of Fourteenth street, the past few evenings might have detected an odor that upon nearer approauh to its or igin would become simply abominable and nauseating in its character. The odor is penetrating and sickening and comes from the refute about the apple factory just outside the borough. The mass thrown out last fall has become decayed, and belog turned over by How to Obtain a Fair Complexion by Natural Moans. Tho natural Carlsbad Sprudcl Salt clears tho coiuplexiou and purifies the blood. Jt is easily soluble, pleasant to take aud per manent in action. Best taken when plenty of out-door exercise can be nau. lue genuine pro duct of the Carlsbad Springs has tho signature of "Lisner & Men delsou Co., New York," on every bottlo. , workmen execvating e mitt that filthy odnr tnat haa now beoonu a nuisance, Tho board of health a!ionld take prompt action us such n stato of do coinposition must surely carry disease germs that endangers the health of those living in its vicinity. An enjoyable dauce was held at the Central theater last evening. Miss Taylor, of New York, aud Miss Phelps, of Scrauton, wer in attendance. PECKVILLE. Mrs.IIarrietWai ren died ntber home at Bell place lust Monday morning, ageil 70 years, 8 moaths aud 0 days. She wits the mother of twelve children. Eight survive her, four sons and four daughters John, Augusta. Esther and Jefferson, Mrs. Ann Hutley, Mrs. Nancy Uolford. Mrs. Lydia Coyla aui Mrs. Mary Burritt. The funeral sir vices were held at the hous't yosterday morning and conducted by R .-v. W. J. Guest. Int trment was made at Clif lord Corners. James Mitchell, of Seranton, is visit ing bib nephew, J. P. llollister. Mrs. F. P. Doty and two children, who has been visiting with her pur ents at Wuverly, N. Y , for the last two weoks, are txpecled to return homo today. Willie, the C-months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Browulee, died at their home on Main street last Monday evening of cholera infantum. The fun eral service was held at the house yes terday afternoon by R--V. F. P. Doty. Interment was made iu Prospect ceme tery. Thomas P. Jones, William Mason, E. H. Barthold, H. S. Mathewson and Eliiin Deacon, of Ulyphaut, attended the Masouio lodge meeting here last Tuesday evouing. Mrs. E. II. Barber is spending tho week with friends in Wayne county. C. H. Ddinoney. of Deposit, New York, was a caller in town yesterday. Tlie lawn social of the Epworth League has been postponed from July 'Jo to " ou account of the Bind picnic. Main street will soon have a side walk on both sides if the action of tho Bnronch council means anything. Rev. Kengo Moriya, a talented Jap- mese student, will lecture to-night (Thursday), in tho Methodist Episcopal church, but ioet: 'Religion and reo pie of Japan." After the lecture ho will attire himself in Japanese cos tume, Bing a few songs aud exhibit somo curiosities. A4 mission iree lo all. M. S. Shaffer of Wilkes Barre, was a welcome visitor to our town last eva ning. Cure for Headache. As n remedy tor all forms of Headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects n permanent cure and the most ilreadeii iiauituai Melt neiuiacnes yield to its influence. We urge all who are alilicted to procure a bottle uud give this remedy a fair trial. In cases or bauitual constipation Electric Hitters cures bv civ- mg the Deeded tone to the bowels. anil few cases lous resist the use ot tins medicine. Try it once. Lare bottles only Fifty cents at Matthews ilros. urug store. WYOMING. Alice, daughter of Hugh Cbesworth, about two weeks ago, ran a nail in ber font. Monday afternoon aim was taken with lockjaw. Tuesday evening sue was chloroformed and an operation performed, when it was discovered that tbe nail had penetrated the bone, eff 'Cting the Bpine. Blood poisoning net in, enuring her death at about ' o'clock Wednesday morning. The de ceased was aged about 11 years. Ibe funeral will he held at the house, on Fifth street, Friday at 2 p. m. Inter ment in the Wyoming cemetery. Business is booming at the Wyom ing Shovel works. James 1L James was taken very sick lnesday evening. lhe Baptist people are excavating for their new chapel on the corner of Eighth and Monument streets. Mrs. Harry Sauders is slightly im proved. William blocker ana wire are spanu ing a few days at Orange, Mrs. Fred Still is visiting her mother at Plains. William Stocker and his sister were visiting at the county seat yesterday, Mrs. Charles MiJdleton is conv.il escent. George Yates has just returned from a three month a tour through btilivan Mrs. John Gannon, aged 38, died Tuesday nt 3 p. iu. Funeral this after noon at 2 o'clock. She leaves a husband and two small children. Mr. and Mrs II. T. Gregory were in Seranton Monday. .0. P. Garrett entertained friends from Blaninont Sunday. The Baptist Sunday school will pic nic nt Harvey's lake July 23 Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Harris, of Wilkes Barro were guests of William Swilzjr on Sunday. Tho West Side Methodist Episcopal Sunday school will hold festival in the basement of the Went Street chapu on tho evening ot July -'.). Cri lclelnff a Yoang Lady. "Sbo would be a pretty girl for but one thing." "What's that?" asked Cbarlov. Qoorgc Her face is always covered with purple nnn rea blotches. Charley Oh, that's easily enough di posed of. Used to ba the samo way my self, but Ican;ht on to tho trouble ouo day, and sot rid of it in no time. Ueorge What was it? Charley Simply blood ernptioni. Took a short course of P. P. 1'. I tell yon, it' the boss blood corrector. The governor had rheumatism so bad that you could hear him holler clear across tbe couutry every time ho moved. Ho tried it, and vou know what an athletic old cent he is. now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy a pointer, sbo would thank thorn utter wards. All the drug stores sell it. ' ' Til ROUP. The village of Throop was greatly nlarmed on Tuesdav morning to hear the thundering blast of tho Pancoast whistle telling that fire bad broken out in the borough. This was tbe first fire since the organization of the hose com' nany and the boys were correspond ingly inspired. G 'orgo- Haverly was tbe first o.i tho scene. Wbeu tbe nre men arrived they found that it wu the ice bonse property of John Grifiln which was threatened by the elements, Not bavins all their hose they did not connect. The fire did little damage and war soon extingtiHhed, Tho Tnroop hotel looks very hand some with Its new coat of paint. John C, Farrel, of Wilkes-Birre.was a caller in town Weilnesrtnv. Miss Julia Hefferu, of Olyphant, li residing at the resldenos of J. H. Law Miss Tillie and Nettie Burtely at tended the lawn party on Summit ave one Tuesday evoning last. The Throop Hose company No. 1 will hold its first annual picnio and clam bake on Satrdny, July 11, Tbe Pancoast colliery will pay their employes Saturday, Julv 21. Stephen Atherson, officer of Throop borough, captured a chicken thief on Monday night, but hiving no prison to put him in be took him to the Dixon prison to await trial on Tuesday. On the arrival pi utneer Atherson on Tne Jay lie found the prisanar gone and the prison securely locked. Tn-r no unrMtr.iuij of j nl hro.ikuw, lint someone witn a kiy ait the thief at liberty. I he young ladiis of the Eiovcle club f this place are becoming adept at manipulating their wheels. IIALLSTEAD. The following is the progranim) for e Youui; Peonle'a Society of Christian tb Endeavors' entertainment in ths Bp- tut whuroh this evsnin. July IU Those who eipct to uttend should eut the programme from their TnuiUNE: I'AllT I. Piano solo Hit Burton, of ApiuV'bin Song, "Steal Away," Male quartette, of Binghamton SjIo, "Love's borrow," miss UuUe Dutmis, of wasniugton, u. u. Recitation, "The Volunteor Organist," Fannie Siimnt'oU Violin solo Master John Connors Duet Mr. and Mrs. Adair Song, "To the Bravest" Male quartette PART II. Selection from choir. Solo, "The Swoetmt Story Every Told," Mms UnDols Duet Mr. and Mrs. Adair Violin nolo Muster John Connors 'Hulk lrom the Woods a Doleful Sound," Male quartette Mrs. Theodore Hays visited Bing- bnmpton yesterday. Captalu Baclie and family visitod Montros friends todav. Louis Nichols w is visiting Susque hanna friends yosterday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hartmnn, of Factoryville, who have been visiting friends in town, have returned home. Mr. aud Mrs. C. H. NichoU.of Bing hamton, are visiting Hallstead friends. trertrude .Nichols is visiting friends n Susquehanna. George Van Fleet's house on Main street, is receiving a coat of paint, A btuldliii; owned bv 11. A. Colsten and known as the Troubridire building in Great Bond was destroyed by fire Monday evening. MLXOOKA. One of the largest cases that has been heard in the Minooka court hnus) since its opening was tried last evening between John Druush and Mrs. h rank Battollo. The trouble was occasioned tiy an unsettled board bill due Mrs. Battollo from Droush, who resided at her house last spring for throe months, during which time he was sick and unable to work. The case was decided in favor of Droush Then Mrs. Bitto'.lo entered proceed ings agaliiBt Droush for aatault mid battery. Attorney McGiuley, of Seran ton, acted for the prosecutrix, and At torney (Jharlos H. Sopher for the de fendant. Mrs. Battollo alleges that while trying to collect the bill the da fendant handled her ronghlv. The prisoner denied the charge. Mrs. Mc Giuley, attorney for the prosecutrix, made a strong plea for bis client stating that the evidence in the case was sufficient to prove the guilt of the prisoner and asking that be be held to bail. After a short ploa iu behalf of tbe defendant by Attorney Soper, 'Squire O'Hara held Droush in $iOU bail for his appearance at court. Not being ablo to furnish bail he was taken to tne conntyjiil. He was released yesterday morning, one of the Polish residents of Greenwood furnishing tne required amount. Amby Bell us, of No. 4, called at the Squire's office yesterday und wanted to enter proceedings in a slandor suit agnusl Charles (jarduer, of the same place, but was instructed to go to tbe prothonotary s office with bis charge. Gardner is now in the comity jiil pending a bearing in the case of as sault and battery with intent to kill. The supervisors have given orders to tbe long distance telephone company for tbe removal of their poles, which now obstruct the maiu street. Tho ordinance call for a distance of sixty feet of a street, The school directors of Lackawanna township held a meeting last night at No. i school, in Minooka, for the pur pose of appointing teachers for the en suing year. All tbe old teachers of last year were retained without any change in their salaries. . It was necessary to appoint one now teacher to fill the vacancy caused by Mis9 May Anne Thoiuns, in Greenwood School. There were ten applicants for the positiou. After about fif'v ballots had been taken Miss Kate Jt ffers was appointed. The contract of supplying the various schools for tbe ensuing year waa awarded to Reynolds Broth ers, of Seranton. AVOCA. Patrick Farrell, aged 45 years, board ing at the house of Michael Calverr, was mangled and killed Tuesday night on the Jersey Central tracks a short distance above the depot. Farrell had been visiting in little York and was on his way home, walking along the rail road tracks, when the 0 2G psssonger train struck bim and dragged him nearly a hundred feet before the train passed over his body. His remains bad io be collected in a basket. They were taken to his boarding house, where the funeral will be held nt 3 o'clock this afternoon. SPECIMEN P0PULI3TIC PLATFORM. tln ti'dlig iiinnetola Pai s, It demanded a national currency of $10 per capita, issued direct to the people iu payment of tho oliliiiai ions of the govern ment and for public impioveir.ouis; the freo and unlimited coiuugo of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1; the government savings banks; a graduated income and inherit Biico tax; government ownership ot rail roads, telegraphs aud telephones: re clamation of unusod lauds held bv corpora tions; election of president and vice presi dent and senators by the people; tho inita tivo and referendum; the eufoi cement of laws against trust) mid unlawful combina tions; mid such new legislation as may be needed to break them up; tiijid economy in public affairs aud semi-annual paymei.t of taxes; woman tulTrnco and the nationalization of the liquor trafUu. REGARDING tN OLD TIMER. Ci.'oiul tain llotil. Henry J. Ilreuuun, one of tho old time politicitiiis of the days when Lackawanna and Luzerne were united, was a visitor iu our city yesterday. Time h dealing very gently with bim, for he does not appear to be a whit older than in the days when he led the Carbondale delegation to the sup. port of their favorite iu county conven tions gone by. Mr. Breniian has large in terests in ono of tbe new western territo ries, and if his calculations and reckonings are not upset, is doliuod within the uext decade, lo be ouo of tbe millionaires of the country. His old friends here wish him every measure of success, for ho is one of the kindly spirits to whom all good things of this life are deserved. Thit Is a Dang-rim Practice. Ea$tun t surest Mary Saiideroviewz has brought a slan der suit at Seranton against John Noviizld and Anthony UszicwiskL They were call ing ouo another names. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup was used for yearn as a prescription by a suc cessful physiciVn. It is in all respects the best cough meiiclde made today. Sold by all dealers ou A guarantee of satisfaction. GOOD OUT OF EVIL. Women's Etravn-rrrcr la Hard Times Tuts Ilrt-uil In the Mouths of the Puor. Just so often as "hard times" recur, just bo often comes an Increivso in tho vol ume of tho outcry against women's oxtrav agaiico ns exhibited In tho indulgence in pcj'sonalluxury, either in tho way of cloth ing or surroundings. It has been suld that tho poor we shall liavo always with us, and tho limuto truth of tho suylng must bo ap parent, in spito of the theories of ultruistlo dreamers, ns long as naturo herself is par tial in tho distribution of health, strength and nutlvo ability. Naturo having sot us a bad example of inequality iu vital mat ters, we cannot hope to ever establish per fect equality in superficial nffairs. Not to wander from tho pulnt, tho very poor who are imbittered by tho extravuganco of tho rich eurn their dully bread by ministering to It. If In iitlmoof financial depression every body refused to buy silk, furniture, car riages, china and tho thousand and ono unnecessary articles on which wealthy per- J KEW llODKE. sons spend their money, nil inealculnblo number of workers would bo thrown out of employment and reduced to tho condi tion of paupers. Every garment, eariet, piano, mirror and roll of wall paper repre sents u number of branches of lalxir upon each of which men und women are depend ent for tho means of living. If tho de mand for these articles stops, they will censo to bo manufactured und will no longer aliord occupation to the wage earn er. Tho rich persons who are tho real enemies of tho poor nro tho miserly class who hoard their wealth instead of scatter ing it and do no more to encourage trade und keep money iu brisk circulation than docs tho poor artisan himself. This is U comparatively small proportion of the wealthy minority, however. Most persons who have money spend it freely in every direction. A sketeh is given of a rather odd bodice of two materials. Tho vest and sleeve puff are of figured .nods, while tbe full surplice corsago and cufTs nro uf plain stuff. Tho end of tho left side of the bodice is carried around the waist and buttoned In front to form a girdle. Jtmc CnoLLLT. White l'erch. Not every angler knows that ono of the best ways to tako white perch is with an artificial fly. It is not only a good way to niako tho catch, but it gives nioro spurt than other ways, and you get bigger fish. "Tho first timo I ever knew that whito porch would tako tho artificial fly was threo years ago, whilo my family wero spending tho summer at Asbury Park," said an old fisherman recently. "My boys hud a boat ou Great pond there and had caught somoof each kind of fish, tliero wero in tho pond. They bad a few trout flies in their fishing kit, mid ono day, just fur lack of some thing elso to do, one of tho boys put a gray haoklo fly on his line and skittered it along. They wero rowing slowly along tho lakeside under tho shado of tho big trees that line tho upper part. All of a sudden there was a sharp bite, and tho boy pulled in tho biggest whito perch ho had ever seen. The boys woko nt ouco to tho fact that a new field was open for sport. They continued the skit tering and brought homo tho nicest mess of big perch that up to that timo I had ever seen. Day after day they kept up tho iishing until that fall and never failed to got a mess. They tried other flies, but tho gray hackle proved tho best" New York Sun. lit llefuscs to Move. Nobody likes to move, but there) is one man in San Francesco that won't niovo. Ho lives in a tenement huuso down on ltauseh street, and every few months his family move. They, pack up all tho household goods whilo he is at work and transfer them to somo new abode. Ho has got used to it and is never surprised to go homo and find his bed missing. He just buys sumo crack ers and cheese, goes to sleep in ouo cor ner aud waits fur tho folks to conio; back. They always come in a short time. Tho other members of tho family can not support themselves without tho old man'B help, and when they movo they don't got it. San Francisco Post. Winn In Railway Tanks. Wino will soon bo transported in Franco in great railway tanks, liko po- truleum iu America. Tho winegrowers aro determined to deal with the public direct and secure sumo of tho largo mid dleman's profits. Customers can take tho wino away in barrels from tho tanks. . It is declared that a good qual ity of wino will soon be sold in this way at 8 cents a (mart. Paris Letter. Impure Blood Caused largo Boila on mj fnce and urrlt. I was told to tako Hood's Barsaparllla faithful Hood's Sarsa- a. XLwwt partita ly, aud after using 3 bottles was free from all eruptions. I nm per foctly cured and In ex Cures cellent health. A. J. Davenport, Milton, N. J. Hood's Pills fro purely vegetable and do not pure, palu or grlno. Try a box. 23a. Mr, a. u, uavtnport MiiiiiiiiiBBiiiHiigiiiiiiiggiiiioiiiiiiiiiigiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiitiiiiiiiiirj GREAT Handkerchief Purchase - THE FAIR 400 and 402 Lackawanna Avenue. IftlE have just purchased for cash W at 50c. on the dollar 32,228 doz. Ladies' Handkerchiefs, the entire stock of an importing house retir ing from business. Sale Commences Saturday, July 7 5c. Handerchief3, sale at 10c. Handkerchief3, sale at 15c. Handkerchiefs, sale at 25c. Handkerchiefs, sale at 39c. Handkerchiefs, sale at 50c. Handkerchiefs, sale at THE FAIR 400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE. TStaSaEHSaiSlDIBSaEBIIiailiailZIEIIIfllBlllESBEIiaifllliaEZCIIIIESSIIIEEliliailBHIIEllIIILI IF YOU ARE We can serve you well. All the desirable kinds are here and at right prices. Then we have other kinds of Linoleums, Mattings, Art Squares, Linen Crumb Cloths, &c. Byzantine, Smyrna and Oriental Rugs all sizes, from a single door to sizes large enough to cover an entire floor. 406 and 408 BRANCH STORE: Watt 1 No tales or history goes with the goods we sell at our Odd and End Safe You will find money by attending our Odd and End Sale It is cheap goodness not cheap cheap ness that 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 at our Odd and End Sale liY - 5c. . 7c. . 12 yao. . 19c. 25c. THINKING OF Lacka. Avenue. Building. Carbondale.