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THE SCItAKTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1894. How to Keep Cool Is asked by every one during these summer days. Tha seaside and mountain retreats offar a solution of this question. But none of these are complete unless you avail yourself first of the right kind of material to wear. For our August offer ings of requisites we have chosen exception ally SUITABLE ARTI CLES and recommend them for their Useful ness, Reasonable Price and Desirable Quality. TO DRESS WELL AT MODERATE COST. Is a problem that must be faced by many. uccess Has been largely due to the fact that we furnish good3 in style and finish of the high-priced at a Low Cost. GORMAN'S K EYSTONE Academy FACTOR WILLIS, PA. A roflnod school home. Prepares for the best C"l eg--8. 'I horuuk-h courses In Music and Art Teachers' Class gives btfet preparation (or Teaching. Commercial Course includes Typewriting and shorthand, l'osl ions secured for Graduates, bend fur new ilium rated circular. F. M. LOUiliS, A.M., Principal Hallstead. Tbe pay car visited this place on Saturday. Ad infant ion of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McDtvit died on Sunday. The fuuer.nl vrai held yesterday and was largely at tended. WillUm Barnes and family, who hare been visiting frienda in Hartford, hare returned home. Miaa Mary Reynolds and Miea Anna Chauney, of Wilkes-Bnrre, who have been the guests of Mra. Will Lynn, have returned home Mm. Will Carrol ia visiting friends in SujquMianna. Mra. WillUm Sullivan, of New York city, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Millane, on Lackawanna. James Davis has the foundation laid for a nww house on Main street. John Pike ia bavin a fine stone walk laid in front of birelegaut residence on Mai a street. Uiii Jessie Nichols, who baa been visiting frienda in Nicholson, baa re turned home. Lizzie Mtriasle, of Susquehanna, ia visiting her parents in tbia place. Mra. L. Wataon and Mra. James Davis are attending camp meeting at Hooper. Mr. and Mra. Giles Carpsnter are apxnding a few daya at Dimock. Mra. Edward Niehola and daughter Gertrude, are visiting friends in Wilkes-Barre, Pitta ton and Harvey's lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Palmer, of Ho boken, N, J., who have been visiting at tbe residence of C. J. Langley for tbe paat few days, left for new Milford to visit friends. Annia Thornton, of Soranton, ia the Tnest of Bertha Fisher. Frank Uoban, of Carbondale. visited thii place reoently $ Avoca. Mr. and Mra. James Sives are re- loiclng over the arrival of a daughter. William Brown, jr., baa returned Jotne after apendiug his vacation at Lake Carey. Mra. Jamea Walker la lying seriously ill ut her borne on Parsonage street. Rev. O. N. Makely, of Brooklyn, waa calling on Avoca friends tills week. Yesterday afternoon a bonse owned by Thomas MoHale, in some way nut known, wus completely destroyed by fire. The household goods were com Dletelr demolished The Miaeea Marv. Margaret and Aanie Aikman, Nellie Seaman, Lizzie Clark and Jennie Newlin apent yester day at Buttermilk falls. At Dopont they went up the mountain over tbe Aiarcy railroad ana visited me amer ent department! of No. 2, Florence alone. Misa Etta Martin, of Pittston, spent BundHy with Avoca frieuds. ' ' Tbe gospel meetings that are now being held ia the tent are quite at' tracking. On Saoday afternoon tbe tent wus filled with Snnduy school children. Sunday evening tbe tent waa crowded to ita utmost capacity, people attending from tbe aurrounding towns, Mr. Bliss will conduct meet ings till next Sunday night, which will be the last aervioe. Our S Gimii DEPOT Highest of all in Leavening Powef. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOIITEIIY PURE A LIVELY SESSION. Pittston Statesmen Again Clash in the Council Chambers- The Wicked Reporter to Be Investigated. Fvrcial to th Scranton Tribunt. Pittsto.x, Pa., Aug. 14. The bor- ongh fathers again assembled this evening and held a lively session. Pre vious to the opening of the meeting it whs decided that none but parties hav ing business with the council should be admitted. Consenuentlv the door were kept closed during tbe pow wow while 600 or 600 oiliZ"us stood outside of the building awaitiiitr developments. Trouble began at 8 3J. After the reading of the minutes of the meeting a report of the expedition of the junk eteere waa read by tbe secretary, Mr. Donnolly, one of the members or the recent exoursioj, m iU a motion that the report be received and placed on tile. Mike Lynott, another janketeer. seconded the motion, At this instant Mr. Kearney, a stay- at-home, and one of the kickers arose with the statement that it was un parliamentary for member of com mittee to introduce a motion bearing upon a mutter to which he w s h party. After some controversy ivar- ny was choked off and the motion prevailed. Mr. Kearney then demanded or Mr. Mangan the resolution that had been n-rea ny ivnumey eome time ago re ferring to an investigation of the innoli talked of street car pssa demands. Mr. Man gun refused to return the docu ment at the same time hoi ling that it wna private property. Kearney proved by the secretary that the resolution bad been introdnced in the council in tbe regular way and was the property of the council, JUangan then stated that be did not have the pup-r with bira. Kearney became decidedly warm at tbia and retired from the ball with a remark to the effect that it wna of no nse for him to stay longer where he would have no show. At the Drat sign of angar on the part of Kearney, Mr. Mangan vigorously called for tbe chief of police. That worthy individual, who stood near the door, rushed in at Kearney, who re tired however, in good order. Messrs. Hennegau and llghe also withdrew at thia time. After the departure of Kearney nnd bis friends all was smooth sailing, Tne tempestuous seas became calm and harmony prevails! for a time. Mr. Clif ford introdnced a resolution instructing burgess and city engineer to prepare plans for paving and sewering Main and Water streets. Bids for tbe work to be eccompanied with certified oheck for $1,000 and be in hands of secretary twenty-lour hours before time of meet ing at which Hds were to be opened. Donnolly orjeeted to the resolution and proposed that as r factions bad been cast upon members of councils that each bid re read in open meeting by the several bidders. After a controversy between Messrs. Clifford and Donnolly. tb latter's peculiar scheme was rejected and committees were appointed to act with burgess and oity eugineer. Mr. Donnolly then arose and said tbut during tbe absence of tbe commit tee of the councils a scurrilous scribbler not being capable of doing the work himself, nad engaged relatives to make attacks upon the committee in the pa pers while its members were 1,000 miles from borne, casting aspersion upon their characters for integrity and sobriety. He therefore asked that a committoe be appointed to investigate ibe action of the scribe with tbe idea of having the reporter excluded from future meetings of the council in case a report of the committee would warrant sue h Sroceeding. Tho chair appointed lasers. Reap, Clifford and Donnolly on the committee as requested. Mr. Donnolly then off ered a resolu tion declaring tbe seats of Couucilmeu Kearney, Hennegnn and Tigbe vacant. Tho borough attorney was asked whether such proceeding would be legal, but could not give an answer. A ballot was finally taken. Messrs. Don noil and Lynott voted to expel the members, but the other eouncilmn present refrained from taking a hand in the business. Donnolly then moved that the vucaucita that had boen cre ated by Lynott and himself be filled. Thia vote was lost and after unexciting deliberations tbe body adjourned. Pittston. The committee havitig in charge the location of tbe school teachers for ti ensnlng year hold a meeting Monday evening and completed their latiors. They will present their report to the board at the meeting to be held tomor row evening. Tbe Heidelberg colliery of the Le high Valley Coal company shut down today for repairs. It is expeoted that work will be resumed in about ten days. James and Matthew Flynn, who have been with the Old Forge Coal company for a number of years as foremen, have resigned. Matthew will be succeeded by Peter Hennigan, lately of tbe Ste vens Coal company. Tbe employes of the Etle and Wyo ming Valley railroad were paid yester day. It is srmi-officially announced that the men of the upper end will be paid Thursday and those of the lower end Friday. At a meeting of the Avoca sobool board held Monday evening tha loca tion of the teachers elected at a pre vious meeting wna taken up and re sulted as follows: Mr. Uoban. princi pal No. 1: Agnes Morahan, grammar A, No. 1; Alice Morabnn, grammar A, No. 2; Mame Kearney, grammar A, No. : Ella O'Malley, grammar B. No. 3; Ella Curran, grammar B, No. 1, Vina Gibbous, primary C, in No. 2, Mary Maloney, primary in No. 8; Ella Qulnn, primary in No 1: Lydia. Con nor, primary in No. 2. Miss Hannah Mullin, of Browntown, was eleoted as substitute. ' The salaries of toacli-rs were fixed as follows: Prinoipal, S0 an increase of $3 50; primaiy teachers, $38, an increase of $3 Tbe other teao ti ers receive $40, as formerly. "Lieutenant C," who is doing repor torial work at Camp Crawford for the Wllkes-Barre Leader, in a letter dated Aug, 13, bin the following unpleasant notice concerning members of com pan y U, of tbls place: "Three members of company (J. of tbe JNlnta regiment, were disobargad yesterday kr Joeing disorderly on the train. They are Messrs. Langan, Hauahoe and Jordon, of Pittatoa. Today being the Faust of tha As sumption, a holiday of obligation In the Catholio church, services will be held at St. John's church at the usual honrs, 7, b and 9 o'clock. "Richard III" will be the opening attraction at Music hall. It will be presented by Owen D. Jones and Jo seph R'ktisome,tbe first an accomplished Suakesperean delineator and the sec ond the late leading man of Frederick Warde, with other brilliant players, the tragedy will be replete with the highest graces of eloeutionary effort. Aside from these prominent players known on the stage for years, the event involves the first professional appear auee of Miss Tillie Lwie, tho accom plished eloeutlouiat, t i the role of the queeu mother, the Duchess of York, tier Pittston friends will want to see nor on this occasion, as will the many friends of Miss Kittie MoCabe, the sweet-voiced soprano of St. Mary's Roman Catholic choir of Wilkes-Barre, who will take the import mt purt of Lady Aune The role of (Jihhq Eliza beth will be sU'tniued by Misi Mary Loluskie Young, who has supported xuoh great actOM as Booth and Bar rett. The L"k Cornet band, of this place, lias entered a contest tor a priz-i at a musical festival to be held at L mrel Hill park, Scranton, on S.-pt. 6 and 7. The prize pice is Herald's famous over ture, "Zampa .' "Billy" Leslie, the intrepid corre- spoudeut of the Elmira Telegram, is becoming impatient over the actiou of the couuoil in not paying a bill of ad vertising performed some two months since. Mr. Leslie says if it is not paid at once be proposes to bring suit and collect It with costs. A correspondent writing borne fr"tn Atlautio City say there are fully 201) P ittstonians enjoying tne ocean breezes at that popular resort. Tom English and El Reap returned from a two weeks' outing at Atlantis City. President of Chunoil Mangan and M. N. Donnelly were in Wllkes-Barre yes terday. Professor Robert Sliiel made a busl ness trip to Wilkeu-Barre yesterday. Mrs. Liztrus and daughter visited among Wilkes Barre relatives. Ex Pr-sident of Council Joiin J. Hart circulated among Wilkes-Burreaus yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Collier and dau'b ter llegeniu, Mrs. J. H. Collier and her nuce, Miss JNana La van, left yesterday morning for Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Forest City. Mrs. William Esmay, of Marathon, JN. i., Is the guest of her son, tfjorge S Eiuny. The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres byterian churah will bold a green social in tbe basement of the church on Friday evening of this week from 0 un til 9. Supper, adults 20 cents, old Idren 10 cents. A cordial invitation to all is extended. Tbe special election beld in this bor ongh yesterday, which was mentioned in Tuesday s Tribune, pissed off very quietly, and by tho returns it appears tnat Forest City s previous onward march of progress is retrograding, as of a total of 137 votes, 54 were for and 3 against the prnj otot raising $3,000 i no money was absolutely needed to open up streets that are now nearly impassable, and to build a borough nuilding containing council rooms, lockup and fire rooms, and also to pay oil the outstanding debts, But the non-progressives carried tbe diy and the teamster and the pedes trian will have to content themselves by climbing over the stumps and the stones. I In borough authorities will also have to be satintied with its make nhift of council room and offices, the worthy Enterprise Fire company with their elaborate (?) hose room and parlors, and the poor law break ers who falls into the bands of tbe vigilant "cops" of this place, will have to spend his weary night in the same damp and dingy cell as of yore, und they who carry a well worn order or orders agxitist the borough must preserve it with cure, for it is liable to crumble away before 11 is paid, unless the maj rity of the citizens awake(irom th ir prnsent lethargy. Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised dinRqist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con Mimptiou, Coughs and Colila, upon thin condition. If you are atllieted with a ( 'ongh, Cold, or any Lung, Throat orChet trouble, and will uxe this remedy as di rected, giving it a fair trial.aiid experience no benefit, you may return thn boi.tlo and have your money refunded. We could not make tins oner did we not Know tlint Ur, Kind's New Discovery could bo relied on, It never disappoints. Trial bottles frea at Matthew Bros', drug store. Largo size uUc, ana i. Dun more. Mrs. W. T. Messenger bus returned from Atlantio eity. The Misses S helps, of Hawlny, are uuest at tbe home of Jacob Van Dnzer. Miss Mame Town'send is speudiug the summer at Lake vvinolu. The Pennsylvania Coal company and the Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad nail their employe yesterday. Loois Christ bas returned from a trip to Tnukhannnck. Liveryman McDonongb has an ele Kant new barn iu course of construe tion. It will be one of the largest and most elaborately, fitted in this section Complete toilet rooms will be one of the features. Montrose. Mr. and Mrs. Hlrscb and familv, of Sd'onehsnna. and Mr. and Mrs Koen of Akron. O.. arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. M 8 Dessauer. The funeral services ovr th9 re mains of the late Herbert Wilbur was held from the Methodist Episcopal church yesterday. The pall be. i run were J. II. Corwin. 8. J Sparks and S. E. Newton, of the Roy d Arcanum and Ambrose P.ivna. W. VV. Nash an Levfitiiv. of Montrose Hose com Dan v No. 2. Rev. J, F. Jones mad appro priate rsmarks at the - ohnreh after which tbe remains were laid to rest in th Montrose cemetery. Tbe Marion Hose company No 1. of Mauch Chunk, accompanied by th Maucb Chunk Cornet band came up to Montrose yesterday and was given tb .freedom of the town. The bom oo m pany did everything possible to give th ?q fnn - rA tlma The a-illlv TC W wiUIWs ft in'U I IIHW. sjw vtnij ' cret waa that the company and band cuuia not stay longer, bupenniaufleni Blakeslee. foreman of the company. waa with them. Professor Berlin, a former principle ' the Montrose hiuh aabool. ia the guest of frienda here. At the Republican county oonven- I. . . . Jll - I .. lion m uere yeaieruar ibb luuuwim .mlnatlnn. rmnw . ... ..,!. R..nr.aan t A no ti ves. H. L Millard, of Rush, and L W Ainor, of Harford; protnonoiary, I Biker, of Montrose; coroner, Dr. . u, ..ukICJ,UI AAUpUV. ...... . J - niiasioner, A. J. Krest, of Brooklyn. Carbondale The Lotus olub will Kivs a soolul at their rooms in the Opera bonse block on Tburs lay eveninit of this week William K llr. of Oneonta, JN. i., is visiting Carboudaie friends. Mrs. A, S. Lewslev leaves this morn ing for a visit with friends and rela tives iu Oueoutn aud Ninevdh. Misa May Whiting is on a three weeks' visit with friends iu Wilko.s- Barre, Today will be an eventful day with the old veterans, the ocoision being tbe reunion of tbe veterans of savsn counties at Farview. Tha followiug orders have been issue. 1 ; Headquarters W. II. Davis iost 1S7. ti. A. U , De partment of Pennsylvania, Carbon dale, Pa. General order No. 2 All members of tha post are rqii-stod to report at the post hall at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, In uaitorin or re serve inarohinif order for the reunion at Farview, W. B. Chase, commander; attest: W. D. Jones, adjutant. The local post wilt he joiuwd by the Waymart and Jeriuyn posts for a street parade. The line of march will be dowu Church street to Eighth avenue, thenoe up Main to tbe Gravity depot, where cars will be taken for Farview, that the members m ly be on the ground early aud have everything in readiness to reoedve the viiutors. Tbe parade will start at 8 o'clock, headed by the Mozirt band. Among tho bands expected to accompany the vitdtintr poita are Bauer's and the Ninth Reiriment. Captain L. A Durte, of Kingston, will be grand ra irshal of the day. assisted by Josiah Van Dor mark, of this city. The speaker of the day and other prominent personages will be met by a committee, consisting of Mayor Hondrick, ex-Mayors Ret- tew and Kelly and Alderman Jones. The eity in th evening will be particu larly brilliant. The big public recep tion will be held on the ground floor of the Hotel Anthracite, Sixth avenne side, the room has been very prettily decorntid for the ocoasion. Here will bo stationed tbe Mozirt or chestra and a quartette onmposed of Messrs. W. D. Evans, P. M. shepherd, A. P. Thomas and B. B. Hall, will ren der several vocal selections, and com mencing at 8 43 p. m. the Mozart band will render ifrom the hotel baloony "The Battle of Gettysburg," which created suoh a sensation a short time ago when rendered by tbe band. Early in the afternoon of yesterday tbe stars and stripiis comtneuced to flow iu the br ez s aud preparation for the big occasion was b- gun. Miss Merretta Donovan, of scranton, in a guest at the bntna of Mr. and Mrs. Williutn Breese, of Lincoln avenue. Miss Iona Tyler, of Forest City, wis a caller in this city yeatorday after noon Minooka. The collieries of the Greenwood Coal company will resume work today after an idleness of two weeks, A. A. Chase, of Scranton, made a business trip to Minooka yesterday. James Conaboy, who has been at the Catskills mountains during the past two months with an opera company performing at that place, has returned home. Michael Conaboy, formerly of Green wood, who has been away from here for tne paat year, returned yesterday. Treasurer John G. Jennings sustained a alight injury yesterday afternoon at Connell s mines. Jo Walsh and a party of young peo ple from New York visited the (Scran ton Stesl mill last night Misses Maria Nallin and May E;a:i have returned from Like Winola, where they havd ben for the past week. William J. Burke, the aspiring candidate for jnry commissioner, can be seen perambulating the streets with his left arm tid np in n sling from the effects of an injury received a few days ago. Tbe school directors held a meeting Monday evening at No. 3 school to consider the building of tbe proposed new school bouse. The room was crowded with citizens who oatne there to witness the fracas. A committee from the South district was present with a petition opposing tbe new build ing with 700 imiuva signed to it Pat riitlt Gibbons, of the Northeast dis trict, was present with a petition representing tha cittz ns of that pnr lion of the township and asking the board to dispense with the hnild- Inir of the new scuool, A petition with 2:2o names signed to it from Moosic awning for the erection of the school was also presented. Mr. Burlelgn offered a motion to postpone any fur ther consideration tor two weeks, After considerable debate the motion was carried and another meeting wi 1 be held two weeks from Monda night. Old Forge. Contrary to expectation, on Tuesday morning, when Messrs. Watrous aud Amm-irmiui. who represent the Trao tiou company, met the committee of citizeiiB or old Uorge townsnip ty r" fused to accent the resolutions draw up on Mondav, hut "t th dr men it The Made Touch OK Hobd's Sarsaparilla You smile at the idea. But if you are a sufferer from Dyspepsia And Indigestion, try a bottle, and bo. fore you have taken half a dozen doses, you will involuntarily think, aud no doubt exclaim, "That Just Hits It!" That soothing effect is a masric touch I" Hood's Sarsaparilla gently tones ami strengthens the stomach and digestive organs, invigorates, the liver, creates a natural, healthy desire for food, gives refreshing sleep, and in snort, raises tne neaitn tone oi th entire system. Remember Hood's p:i Hood's Pills cure livor Ills, constipation bilious uess, Jaundice, sick headache, Indlf tauva (7u res A SUFFERING CHILD Head and Scnlp Haw with riuces Size of Silver Dollar. Va rious Kemedics only caused Fresh Eruptions. Applied CUT1CURA. Change in Twenty-four Hours. Perfect Cure In Two Weeks. Mv little son, aped three, was very mnch troubled with a breaking out on bis sealp and behind his ear. Tbe places affected were about as larpe as a silver dollar; the flexh seemed raw and covered with little blisters. The chilil suffered considerably, and was nat urally very fretful. I tried several remedies without obtaining any beneficial results; In fact the eruptions seemed to be spreading and now places breaking out. I concluded to trv the CuTiei BA Kkmkihks. I washed the altected parts with the Cutktba Soah, tak ing care not to Irritate the flesh, and applied (.'ij riei.itA. I noticed a chance for the better In the appearance of the eruptions in twenty four bourn, and In two weeks the eruptions entirely disappeared, leaving the skin smooth and tho scalp clean; in fact a perfect cure, as I have not seen any Indications of any -eruption or breaking out since. I gave tbe ehilil only a few doses of the (TTIix ha Kb. solvent. I consider your Ct'TicuBA Kkmb Biks very valuable. I believe C'rTHTRA would beexcellcnt for applying toinsect bites, Which are verv annoying in this country. C. A. AUMHTKONU, Swift Islaud, N. C. Bold throuihont the world. Prlco.PuTicTRA, 60c; HoAi,!i ic; Resolvent, (1. I'ottebDuuo akd Cukm. Coup., bole l'rups., Buaton. 7 " How to Cure Every Bkin Disease," free. wont preparing tbe roadbed aud laying ties. During tbe forenoon the super visors trot a force of men and threw out what ties had been laid and began to fill hi the road. The citizens are de sirous of having street oars, but they want tbe roads to be left in snch con dition that wairons may be used npon them also, lint tbey certainlv would not be if tbe work at Carbon Hill is a specimen of wbat is to follow. Tbe supervisors are determined that the roads shall be left in a proper eondi tion and are seoonded by the citizens of tbe township. At the regular mentinir of the Old Forge school bottrd, held at Carbon Hill on Monday evening, tbe teaehers appointed for the following year are as follows: Carbon Hill Sup-irvisitu? principal, F. R. Coyue; Kate Clark, Kate Clunan, Sirah Roachej No. 1, Wealthy Brolhead; JNo. 2, Ella Drake, Lizzie Dawsou; BHidhatn, L. 13. Brod- head. iiortha lines: Siblev. William Gordon, Mary Connelly. Substitute, utmara JNeaiis. Tlie length of term and when tbe schools will open will be decided at the next meeting. ilou. W. K. lieek was a caller in town on Monday. The world is always interested in the cure of consumption; yet its prevention is of far more importance. Dr. Wood's Nor way Pine Syrup is guaranteed to cure coughs aud colds. Sold by all dealers on a guaran tee of satisfaction. Tho Deadly Favorite. Macallifiter Mcllhcnuy's soul for the instRnt was as if a silver sunbeam bad fallen upon it. Tho girl who had been frowning on him had smiled. It was a smilo that lighted tho world in the bpRinniiiK. Maeallistcr Mcllhenny had bet his ealnry two weeks m advance- on tho fa- vorito, and that bruto had won last placo by a tail, heeds down, and it was the season when ico cream and BtraW' berries were ripe. When' tho f,irl smiled, Macallister Mcllhonny took hope. "Your smilo is tho loveliest thing in tho world, he munnured t;of t nnd low. "Yea," slio responded, smiling again. "Yes, " ho whimpered, reaching for her lily white hand, !'-uA I wish you would smilo on mo always. " "But I can't," and again that so raphio smile. Ho gazed upon her appcalingly, still rcaehmg for her baud. , "And why not?" ho asked, oh, so anxiously. "Becimso," Eho paid, very gently, "I'm engaged to smile ou Mr. Wood thia evening, who is to tako mo to tho ice cream parlors to participate in a feast of luscious strawberries." Onco mnro she smiled, but it was ashes iu thu mouth of Maeallister Mc- Ilhenny, and ho went and tore his hair, for tho bulk of his bets was to go to that hated Wood, and this was how he was spending it. Detroit Frob Press. A Name For Every Beo In the Hive, Tho "smart" city boy has countless wonderful stories to tell to his country coucu whoii ho goes to tho farm for part of tho summer. Tho city may not bo a good place for him to stay in the warm weather, hut it is a good place to brag about. City Boy got caught, how ever, when ho had pumped Country Boy full of yams about nmrvolous things in tho metropolis. "Well, I know, "said Country Boy, with un angulic look on his freckled face," Ira t myvtnelo over to Cross Roads beats 'em all. He's got 20 hives of bees, and ho's got a namo for even bee." City Boy jet.wd, but Country Boy stuck to his yarn stubbornly until City Boy, Boeing a chance to got a big story to tell in tho city, was convinced. "Well," ho said, "tell nio somo of tho names. What docs ho call somo Of them?" "Bees," said Country Boy, his face as expressionless as a freckled flour Back, ' 'just bees. Ho calls 'em all beos. ' ' Now lork Tribune. In Inverse Katlo. Mr. de Koltay (us his wife makes her appearance dressed for a ball) You are tho most inconsistent woman I evor know. Mrs. do Koltay -What is tho matter now? Mr. de Koltay Tho less you put on tho longer it tak.es you to do it Now l'ork World When Daby was sick, we gave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Caatorla, When she became Miss, she clung to Costorhv Vhea site had Children, she gave them Castor! gii'liiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiugiiiiiiiiiiiniig THE PI FARAMPF SALE AT THE FAIR 400-402 Lackawanna Ave. Commences SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 GREAT BARGAINS siiiiaiiieiEEisiDiDEiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiuminiiiiiigiii.", WHIG W SHADES Fine Holland Shades, with heavy knot fringe, Hartshorn Rollers, SOc Each Plain Shades, 20, 25 and 30c. each. Measurements taken and shades put up by experienced workmen. We Carry All Widths Store Shades in Stock. to Extension Sash Rods 15 and 20c. -.each. A few Vienna Porch Shades left that we will close out at cost KERR & SSEBECKEBi 406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue. Dus to the Fast Arrival of Our Immense Fall Stock. W'E ARE anxious to dispose of our VV remaining ODD and END Stock, and this is how: fOt Bedroom Suits Reduoad to $14 $25 Bedroom Suits Kaduoed to $17. $29 Bedroom Suita Rsdnoad to $20. $35 Bedroom Suiti Rsduosd to $28. $15 Sideboards. .. Riduoed to $9 50. $18 Sidetoarda Raduoad to $11.50. $21 Sideboards Reduced to $13. $30 Sideboards Rsduoed to $29. $35 Parlor Suits Reduoed to $28. $40 Parlor Suits Reduaed to $33. $50 Parlor Suiti Rednaed to $10. $75 Prlor Suits Reduoed to $50. Numerous other things in the Furniture line cut equally aa low Kockers, Desks, Tables, etc. Carpet3 will be reduced to 65a Ingrain C5i) Ingrain... 75o. Ingrain $1 Tnpsstry Brussels. .," 00c. Tapsstry BrnssoU 75o. Tapestry Brussels Rugs. Art Squares. Mattings aud br nnr Lihrtl Crdit Offerings holds m snr rxril"'ltl'll''''''''''s'stauBLX-J-ij GREAT make it interesting: Reduced to 33a, Reduoed to 45o. Reduoed to 55a. .Reduced to 75o. , Reduoed to 65c. Reduced to 50a Oil Cloths will slso b chopped. Rmem good during this Reduction Salo. f I.