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THE '6CBANTON TBIBUmffi-SATUKDAT HORNING. NOVEMBER 21. 1SB.
NeuJs of tb? Slibiirbs. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. TRIMM HATS 7 WEST SIDE EVENTS. Funeral a! Andrew Robertson was Larf ely Attended from His Home on North Rebecca Avenue. The funeral of the late Andrew Rob ertson yesterday attracted a very large number of friends, many from out of town attending to pay their respects to the worth of the departed. The ser vices were held at the family home on North Rebecca, avenue. Rev. T. Bell, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational church, and Rev. Peter Roberts, of Olyphant, officiated, and preached words of comfort to the sorrowing wife and sons and daughters. Many beau tiful floral testimonials were received. Among these were a star and crescent, a pillow from the family, and six beau tiful casket bouquets. The Diamond Mine fund attended the funeral In a body and from these the pall-bearers were selected, as follows: Robert Mor gan, John Snyder, James Ulllesple, Patrick Logan. John Malloy and T. Davis. Interment was made in Wash burn Street cemetery. From out of town the persons at the funeral were Mrs. George Roberts, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John McUee, Miss Mar garet McHlee, Mr. and Mrs. George Rob ertson, Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson, Mrs. Lewis Nemaugh; Mrs. P. Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. C. Carlin, Mrs. Thos. Burkhart, Miss Grace Robertson, from Audenreld; James Robertson, Potts vllle; Anna. 'Christiana and Carrie Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gregg, Mrs. Harry Wldenor, Miss Wldenor, Mrs. Edward K. Charlton, Mrs. John Wallace, of XVilkes-Barre; Mrs. John Burkhelser, Mrs. Will Jones, Olyphant; David McGee, Miner's Mills; James Fenly, Mrs. John Fenley, Mrs. John Mulr. Mrs. Evan Davis, Shamokln; Lewis Unman, Mr. and Mrs. William Dempster, of WilllamBtown; Captain Richard Uudd and sons, George, Allen and Christopher, of Wllllanistown; and Master Andrew Mulr, of Philadelphia. A SURPRISE PARTY. At a surprise party given Thursday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Roberts, of 259 North Garfield avenue, a most enjoyable time was had by a crowd of Jolly people. Daniel demons and J. N. Meicel furnished music on the piano. It was a most delightful event and was a complete surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. The Invaders Were: Mr. and Mrs. John Deilil, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Auw, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eldred, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Schaffer, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kern, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grass, Mr. and Mrs. Trumbow er, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kresge, Mr. and Mrs. John TewkeHliury, Mr. and Mrs. James Schauss, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Dunntngs, Mr. and Mrs. George Howey, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Houser, Mr. and Mrs. George Dewildo, Mr. ami Mrs. George Dorsey, Mr. and Mrs. William Hetterly, Mr. and Mrs. George Hoff man, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Meixel, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stock, Mrs. E. Wil liams, Mrs. William Yohe, Mrs. Charles Lnnnlng, Mrs. O. F. Leeds, Mrs. Ella TiKUe, Mrs. J. Snamans; Misses Hattiu lirown, Lizzie Fetherman, Anna lirrg, Maggie Phllllpx, Gertie Hammond, Margaret Grossman, Henrietta Feeh ler, Llllle Gross, Eva RobeiV Lauretta Stock, Lillian Tewkesbury, Mabel Tewksbury, Martha Evans, Sadie Bur ner, Ella Hess. Philadelphia; anil Dan li'l Clemons, Watkln Morgan, G. W. Hoffman, Sam Weston, Robert Glllcs, Will Farhnam, Abuer Shaffer, II. I). Jones, William Dunkerly, George Hawey and George Auer. SUPPER THURSDAY NIGHT. At the supper and entertainment fervod Thursday evening In the Simp Fon Methodist Episcopal church the fol lowing were the ladles in charge; Mrs. Seth Wrigley, chairman; Mrs. Castner, treasurer; Mrs. W. W. DavlH, secretary. The corps In the kltclien were Mrs. P. AV. Coon. Mrs. M. L. Hlalr. Mrs. Broad bent, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Julia Bryant, Mis. Haizler, Mrs. Fuller. Tabic No. 1 Mrs. Darling, Mrs. Harry Acker, Miss Grace Acker, Mrs. Frank Bryant, Mrs. Costlier, Mrs. John Edlnger, Miss Mamie Coons. Table No. 2 Mrs. Chas. Acker, Mrs. John Cnstlett. Mrs. Win lam Chase, Mrs. Carson. Table No. 3 Mrs. Bellas, Miss Kate Davis, Miss Louisa Davis, Mrs. Frank Beck, Miss Anna Broadbent, Miss Millie Coon. ENDORSING MR. FAItR. At a special meeting of the West Side Republican league held last night resolutions were adopted endorsing the candidacy of Hon. John It. Farr for speaker of the house of representatives, SOCIAL LAST NIGHT. The Elite Dancing class gave Its first social In M ears' hall last night, and It was a most pronounced success. The room was lavishly decorated but with an artistic discrimination that made the chrysanthemums and the other FEW MEN COME HERE AND 00 AWAY WITHOUT BUYING. The man who comes to look is as welcome as the man who comes t?buy; He is not importuned. That is not the point. The "lookers' good judgment makes him a buyer. Our greatest problem is to make men ac quainted with the kind of merchandise we sell. If we can get them to examine the clothes the rest is easy. Our advertisements are merely invitations to call. We've dark Suits for those who '"ke sober colors, Blue and Black and Dairk Brown Mixtures. We've some rather startling Checks and Plaids, The SAMTERS Square Clothiers, Hatters and Furalsnvi features of the decoration blind In a harmonious picture. About 160 young people were present, representing the various parts of this city, and the towns and cities up and down the val ley. Bauer's orchestra furnished the music. The members of the Elite class under whose auspices the dance was held, are W. H. Bunn, Frederick Welnss, E. Q. Peters, Daniel Trainor, Samuel Lewis, Jr., and Gwllyra Wil liams. NEWS NOTES. Llewellyn Lewis and Miss Margaret Jones, both of Olyphant, were wedded Thursday evening by Rev. David Jones, at his home on Lincoln avenue. An apron social and Welsh tea was held at the Welsh Calvlnistic Method ist church last evening. It was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. John Fern, of North Sumner avenue, leave today for a visit in New York city. The Ancient Order of Britons will hold a smoker Dec. 9. David Owens is home from Blooms burg State Normal school. For Monday bargains go to Mears & Hagen. Special prices In ginghams, prints, outing flannels, comforts, blank ets, underwear and hosiery. Dr. E. Y. Harrison, Dentist, Mears Hall, 113 S. Main avenue. The latest and best styles. Roberts, 126 North Maine. Dr. C. W. Colborn, Dentist. Room 144 North Main avenue. West Side Business Directory. HARRIET 3. DAVIS, PLORIST.-Cut flowers and funeral designs a specialty; MM South Main avenue; two doors from Jackson street. SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for anything you have to sell. Furniture. Stoves. Tooli. etc. Call and see the stock or J. C. King, 701 to TO West Lack awanna avenue. PROVIDENCE Miss Etta Lloyd, of Wayne avenue, In company with Samuel Jeffries, of Hyde Park, left last Thursday tor Jer sey City, where they were married. This Is a complete surprise to their many friends. Mrs. Jeffries Is the daughter of Mrs. Luke Evans, and is a pronounced brunette. Both are well known and very popular young, people in this section. John W. White, of Wayne avenue, met with a painful accident yesterday while at work in the Dickson shaft. He Is employed as a runner and was engaged In uncoupling cars when they suddenly came together, catching his fingers between the bumpers and bad ly smashing them. George Mulley, of North Main ave nue, has returned from a visit to New York. George Silkman, of Church avenue. Is slightly Indisposed. Miss Mary C. Powell, of Alderman Robert's oltlce. paid a flying visit to Wilkes-Bnrre last Thursday night. Pastor W. G. Watklns" theme In th; North Main Avenue Baptist church to morrow will be "The Twentieth Cen tury's Call to Christendom." The Baptist church choir will meet this evening for rehearsal. Mrs. Charles Crossman, of Throop street. Is visiting friends at Clark's Summit. For Monday bargains go to Mears & Hapen. Special prices in glnghnms, prints, outlug flannels, comforts, blank ets, underwear and hosiery. W. A. Mulley, of Edna avenue, is visiting at White Plains, N. Y. At the Puritan church tomorrow Rev. Newman Matthews will preach on "The Education of the Race" at 19 30 a. m. and on "Love to Christ" at 7 p. m. A rally of the Christian Endeavor societies of this place was held last evening In the North Main Avenue Hap t hit church. The Christian En deavor choir was present and rendered an anthem in excellent style. The meeting was presided over by Rev. George E. Guild, pastor of the Presby terian church. Rev. Dr. Dixon, of the Pcim Avenuu Rnptist church, deliver ed an address on "Common sense in the work of the Church." The attend ance was fair. Mrs. Isaac Jones, of Hill street, Is seriously til. Joseph Ostcrhout has returned from a business trip to New York city. The Assembly dancing class will meet this evening in Brown's hall, corner of East Market street and the boule vard. There will be a game of Indoor base ball In Company H armory Monday evening between Mulley'a store and Osterhout's. Dancing after the game. To Cure a Cold In One Day. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure. 25 cents. The King of PUIs b Beeeham's.- BEECHAMS. $8 TO $20. SOUTH SIDE NEWS. Politics It Making Talufs Lively Al ready io the Nineteenth Ward, Death of Joseph Weber. Pnndlflatpa for nftlcA fn tba Nine- rteenth ward are springing up thick and fast. No Important offices are to be filled In the Twelfth or Twentieth wards. There will be a stir In the Eleventh ward for common council. In the Nineteenth an alderman and a common councilman are to bo elected. The term of Christian Storr Is about to expire, and he is anxious to serve the people another term. He has made a good alderman, and being an upright and prominent man, he will have much Influence In keeping the office away from other aspirants. The other Dem ocrats who want It besides Mr. Storr are Ambrose Hers, the Stone avenue merchant; Charles Graf, of Plttston avenue; Joseph Schneider, and last but not least, Herman Notx. The only Republican so far In the field Is Jacob F. Miller. For common council Richard J. Sheri dan. Michael J. Walsh and Peter F. Aulbach are the Democratic patriots willing to sacrifice themselves against George Wlrth, whose popularity was very amply attested last spring when he was chosen to fill the unexpired term of Chief of the Fire Department P. J. Hlckey. DEATH OF JOSEPH WEBER. Hotelkeeper Joseph Weber, of 633 Prospect avenue, died at 7 o'clock yes terday morning. On Monday he went to Wilkes-Barre to visit his mother-in-law. While there he took sick and had to come home. As soon as he reached home he went to bed and never arose from it. Death was due to apop lexy. He was 33 years old and leaves a wife and three children. Before em barking In the hotel business he was a cook in the Wyoming Valley hotel, Wilkes-Barre, and In the Wyoming house and the Valley house of this city. He belonged to the Century Hose com pany, and a meeting of that organisa tion was held last nlzht and arrange ments made for attending the funeral, which will take place tomorrow. The remains will be brought to Wilkes Barre on the 1 p. m. Jersey Central train and interment will be made In Hollen back cemetery. SHORTER PARAGRAPHS. James and Anthony Hogan, of Birch street, have gone to Baltimore. A meeting of Columbus Council, Young Men's Institute, will be held tomorrow afternoon at Pharmacy hall. An entertainment under the auspices of the Sunday school of the Hickory Street Presbyterian church will be giv en at the church on Thanksgiving night. A meeting of the Polish Republican club will be held at its rooms, 1020 Pitts ton avenue, tomorrow afternoon. For Monday bargains go to Menrs & Hagen. Special prices In ginghams, prints, outing llannels, comforts, blank ets, underwear and hosiery. The gospel meeting Sunday at 3.4.1 p. m. in the Young Women's Christian Association rooms, 1021 Cedar avenue, will be a Thanksgiving service. Miss Mary Thompson will speak. Special music will be rendered, consisting of a quartette, duct and solos. Every wo man fc Invited to come. Julius Smith, of Petersburg, and Miss Minnie Weichel, of this side, were mar ried at his home Thursday night by Rev. W. J. Randolph, of the Lutheran church. Her brother, William Weichel, was groomsman, and Miss Emma Lu ther was bridesmaid. New stock of elegant wall paper and paints at Borcher's, 713 Cedar ave, UK EE KIDGE. James Crane, Jr., Daniel Crane, Abra ham Crane and Hugh Hoyle, boys of about 16, were arraigned before Alder man Ualley Thursduy, at the instnnce of Thomas Liromage. The latter testi fied that they stormed his shoe shop on Penn avcnu.i with bricks and cob ble stones, breaking several panes of gluss and a valuable pipe, which Mr. IJromage was smoking when the boys surrounded the place. He likewise said tools had been stolen from his shop, and that he is In constant dread of being Injured by these "naughty baggages," as he termed the defend ants. The culprits were held In $100 ball each. James Crane, sr., going on their bond. Constable Black was in Carbondale yesterday, having heard that the watches stolen from Mrs. George Kurtz had been offered for sale to a Jeweler in the Pioneer City. It proved to be a "wild goose chase." The pilfered watches are numbers 1,545 and 206.877. The members of the Asbury Meth odist Episcopal Sunday school are re quested to meet at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, a half hour earlier than usual, to practice Christmas anthems. Dennis Grimes, of Park Place, has entered suit against the Diamond Mine Accidental Fund to recover damages in the sum of 1100. Mr. Grimes was formerly employed as an "outside hand," but resigned last August to accept a better position with the On tario and Western Railroad company. For this he was expelled from the Fund. The hearing will take place this afternoon. For Monday bargains go to Mears & Hagen. Special prices In ginghams, prints, outing flannels, comforts, blank ets, underwear and hosiery, LUNMOKK. The Adams Avenue Presbyterian church was crowded last night to hear Costa Cocer, deliver a lecture with stereoptlcon views on "Turkey as a Nation." He held his hearers spell bound with a graphic history of the Turkish nation. Even from the time of the crusade, he said they have been a crafty, mean and grasping race, Ail ing the history of Europe, with a long list of diabolical outrages. He dwelt particularity on the present condition of Armenia, once a progressive race, but despised and made to suffer all manner of insults from the Turkish government, they had finally retro graded from their once prosperous con dition into an impoverished race. His lecture was well received, eliciting much applause from his hearers. The photographic gallery at the cor ners, belonging to Edward Washer, has been taken down, and removed to Oly phant, at which place Mr. Washer in tends to open In the photographic bus iness. For Monday bargains go to Mears & Hagen. Special prices In ginghams, prints, outing flannels, comforts, blank ets, underwear and hosiery. Victor Beemer has returned home from a few days deer hunting In Pike county. Mrs. J. Bronson and daughter. Ron main, of Elm street, have returned from a visit with relatives In Thomp son. The case of assault and battery pre ferred by Angelo Copozzer against Frank Healey, of Archbald, was amic ably settled in Justice of Peace B. Cooney's ofllce last evening. Fire broke out In the building owned by Samuel Johnson, situated on Sher wood avenue, yesterday morning at 3.30 a. m., completely destroying It. The first was caused by the explosion of a lamp. Mr. Johnson and family had a narrow escape, barely escaping with their lives. They saved nothing whatever, excepting a smaO amount of clothing. The loss, which Mill reach about 11,500, was partially covered by Insurance (Under this beading short letters of In. tcrtst will be published whn accompa nied, for publication, by In. writer's name. The Trlbun will not be held re sponsible for opinions here expressed.) Volunteers of America. Editor of The Tribune. Sir: When it Is remembered that the Volunteers of America have not had the advantage of time In which to aug ment its forces and attain its present dimensions being only Inaugurated on the 9th of March last not yet being eight months old; when we reflect that its growth has been during the heat of Summer and in the midst of political agitation and financial distress, we think we may lay claim to a rise and progress phenomenal in Christian his tory In this country. We have at the present time three regiments of ten battalions. We have forty-cTght staff ofllcers In positions of responsibility. We Issue a weekly paper of sixteen pages, with a paid circulation of nearly 20,000 copies, and a monthly of over 10,000 copies. The Volunteers are es tablished in some seventy-six cities and towns, with 130 officered, organ ized posts, and have already nearly 400 commanding officers. We have ov er 2,000 Defenders, subscribing Ave dol lars each. We lease three large floors (10.300 square feet) In New York as office room at our national headquart ers, where over forty persons are con nected, and own our printing plant, type and engine. Last month the attendance at the Indoor meetings was 247,000; while at the outdoor meetings the attendance was 140,000, making a total of 387,000. When this is multiplied by twelve a fair idea can be obtained of what the attendance will be for the year. Many cities and towns continue to cry out "Come over and help us." A week has been set aside beginning Sat urday morning, Nov. 21, and ending Friday evening, Nov. 27, as a week of Thanksgiving and sacrifice. Surely Scranton will not be behind In this matter. The officers and Boldlers of the Scranton post of the Volunteers will,, during this week, bring to'the va rious homes and places of business en velopes In which can be placed contri butions to heln reach the unchurched and ungospelled. Captains Masland and Green. Scranton, Pa., Nov. 20. A President on Brandy for Sickness. The President of the Baltimore Medi cal College, Dr. Byrd, who has thor oughly tested Kpeer's wines, etc., says: I have prescribed Speer's Port Grape Wine with marked and decidedly bene ficial effects. I am prepared to bear testimony to the value of his Climax Hrnndy, also, as a pure and valuable article in all cases of disease In which a reliable Rtlmulant is required. I would be happy If I was instrumental In inducing my fellow citizens to pa tronize these productions, to the exclu sion of the harmfully adulterated wines and brandies with which our people are often Injured. HARVEY L. BYRD. M. D. President and Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Baltimore Medical College. MAYFIELD. A new candidate for the postofllne. Allen Sltlunto was busy yesterday ne curlng signatures to his petition, ilr. Shlanto thinks that he has a rl;rht to that position. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lotcham, of Providence, are visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Arthur Lock and Mrs. Jceeph Jenkins, of Carbondale, were circulat ing among their friends yesterday. Steamship Arrivnls. New York, Nov. 20. Arrived: Norman, nla, from Hamburg, via douthamp'ion and Cherbourg. Sailed: Hottenlum, for Hottertlam. Arrived out: Wlll.jhad. at Hremerhaven; Kultla. at Genoa: Vmbrln. ut ijuei'iistown. Sallwl for York: t'urnvsttta, from Movtlle. A. E, ROGERS' Jewelry Store 213 LlCKlWsNM U EMUE. We have nearly completed oar Holiday Stock and are now prepared to offer as Uwt ao assortment of J-WELRY, CLOCK), WITCHES, CUT GLASS, ART POTTiRT, BRIC-ft-BRlC, SILVER WAR:, LIMPS, PLATED WARE, as can be found anywhere. Loofc at our $10.00 (fold Watches, warranted 15 years. Beautiful Banquet Lamp and Large S'lk Stiadc, At $4.43 Rogers' Triple Plated Knives and Forks are fine, At $3.00 213 Lackawanna Avenue. ON THE LINE OF THh CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y an located the flnast flahinv and fatintln (rounds in the world. Descriptive books on application. Tickets to all points In Maine. Canada and Maritime Provinces. Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian and United States Northwest. Vanvouver. Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., San 1'ranclaco. First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars attached to all taroucht trains. Tourist ears fully fitted with bedding-, curtains aad specially adapted to wants of families may b had with econd-claM tickets. Rates always less than via other lines. For further information. Urn table, eta. on application to E. V. SKINNER, G. E. A., Mi Broadway, Now York. MILLINERY, 13 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. We can't sell all the hats worn in Scranton. but we come so near dointr it tliat V01 W. ou'd thvilk ours the onlv millinerv store in town. It is the e buy more and sell more other stores combined. That's one of the reasons we can, and do sell cheaper at retail than other stores can buy at wholesale. There's no reason for not being suited in a hat here; you have an immense assort ment of the very latest styles to select from. The prices are about half what other stores ask. Our trimmers are the best money can procure; every one an artist, aud YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY BACK if what,' you buy doesn't suit you. Special Handsomer, Richer, Prettier Hats at h alf the price of any other store In thle city. 200 Trimmed Velvet Hals ev ry one a beauty, trimmed with from 4 to 6 ostrich plumes. Rib bon, ornaments and aigrettes cciuld not be purchased elsewhere uder $6.00. Our price $2.98 2C0 Trimmed Felt Hats trimmed In the very latpst style; all finest materials; could not be 'duplicated anywhere under $1.00. Our price ..- $1.98 300 Imported Models fine silk vel vet hats, everyone a Rem of the mil liners' Bklll, not one of which could be purchased elsewhere less than $10.00 to $12.00. Our price $4.98 Hundreds of Children's Hats, all the latest and best styles. 9Sc, $1.25 and $1.50 413 LACKAWANNA AVE., SCRANTON. THE FROTfllNGfiflM. Wagner a Rein. I.csseesnml Manager. John L. Kerr, Acting Manager. INTERNATIONAL OPERA CO. Grand Opera In England Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee. FRIDAY -LUCIA Dl LAMMEPM0OR. SATURDAY MATINEE BOHEMIAN GIRL. SATURDAY NIUHT-IL TROVATORE. Sixty People in Each KepraienUtion. Strung Chorus, Efltclont Or,:hiRtra. Prices 'SC., Se- 7JC. and $1,00, Nov. aj, 14, IJ Black Paul's Troubadours. THE FROTfllNGfiflM. Warner A Rels, Managers. John L. Kerr, Acting Manager. i Nights, Commencing Jlonday, Nov. tj. Ladles' and Voung People's Bar gain Day flatlnee Wednesday. BLACK PMII'S 50 IilD The Greatest Colors'! Show on Earth, pre sating an incnmptrablo kaHiloacons of Op era, Comedy. Vaudarilin ami Burl5UH. Throe hours of mirth and molodjr. Coon sony. back dance, cake wn'ka aad grand opera, revels tlone. Not Prices -ac, 35c, soc and 75c I no higher. Nov. 26, Thanksgiving-H fcyt's "A TEXAS STEER." ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Friday and Saturday Nights UAU so and Saturday Matinee llUli Ji Clara Wieland's Vaudeville Go, Of selected artiste, direct from Koster Jfe Bial'i New York Music, Hall beaded If b great and onlc in her spectacular dances. PRICES-Oallery, i; Balcony, (a rows) Jgci Balance, 35c; Orchestra Circle, hoc; Orchestra and Parlor Chairs, 75c. Matinee Prices-Entire First Floor, 33c; Entire Bal cony, asc ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Monday, Nov. sj, GIROFLE-CIIROFL A Tuesday, Nov. 14, PIRATES PENZANCE Wednesday, Nov. 33, THE MASCO TTE A3 B CY'3 CAIETY OPERA COMPANY. DIRECr ION MISS MIMl C STEIHEA PRICES-Oallery, ijcs Entire Balcony. 95c; Orchestra Circle, 33c; Parlor Chairs and Orchestra, goe. DAVIS1 THEATER Commanclog Hoodaj, Nor- 23.' A Week of Olorlou COMEDY, VAUDEVILLE AND PANTOMIME THANKSGIVING ATTRACTION No paJng or expense will be spared to make tills one of the very bent shows of the season. Some of the Leading Artists In the :ofess!on will appear, and you may expect something unusually good. A number of surprises are in store. Geo. E. Davis. Admission 10, 20 or .30 Cent. Two performances dally. Poors open at 1.M and 7. Curtain rises at 2.30 and ill HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED !S MEN TO DISTRIBUTE circulars. Apply, t a. m.. 05 Wvomina araaaa, ZAEO 'MMM& Millinerv Goods. Trimmed Hats Bargains This Week: I ntrlmmed Felt Hats All the latest shapes In English Wool Felt Hats. Elsewhere D0c.; here at 29c All the latest shapes In Camel's Hair and velvet bound Felt Hats. Elsewhere 75c; here at 39c Fine French Fur Pelt Hats, In new shapes; sold elsewhere at $1.60, here at 75c Some new nhanen. vp1h.Iva styles, not to be found In any other store, worth $2.00; here at.. Trimmed Walking Hats and Sailors, sold regularly at $1.25 and $1.50, here at 48c Children's Felt Tarns neweBt shapes, every color, finest quality; worth $1.00, here at 50c Ribbons The greatest Fale of Ribbons wo have ever had. 5,000 yards change able Taffeta Ribbon in all the GERSON'S pte jf 2,000,000 BARRELS Made and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch 1. 1896, Total Product of BHSIWliyiCJ The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels. Largest Run on Record. Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from the Pacifio Coast to St. John's, New Foundland, and in England, Ireland and Scotland very largely, and la recognized as the best flour la the world. MEGARGEL WHOLESALE AGENTS. HIVE YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH THZ Removable, Self-Sharpening NavarsDp Toe Calks. HO. GENERAL AGENTS. And a full line of iron and steel Blacksmiths' and Wag onmakers' supplies. SCRANTON, PA. THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO SCRANTON AN O WILXK8-BARRE, PA.. MaavfaetHrere of Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers, of a at aBosfe. aak,a si m m ask. aiT a aTaiiaiaiBiu KQISTIKB 9U HUPirti HAUHINtnT. li For sate by JOHN H. PHELPS. Sprue Street Scranton, Pa, nnlv real millinerv stnre. and Bonnets than all the newest effects. No. 80 worth S5c. a yard, here at 17c 6,000 yards new plaid Ribbon In all the latest combinations. Pure silk, best quality. No. 80, worth 38c, here at 19c yd 5.000 yards, all silk satin Rib bon In every color. No. to. The greatest bargain ever offered. Worth 50c, here at 19c yd 5,000 wards black figured Rib bon, all silk, the best quality No. 60; worth 50c, here at 19c yd Feathers and Flowers ' Rich Black Ostrich Plumes, worth 35c, here at" 19c Rich Black Ostrich Flumes, worth 50c, here at 25c Finest black and colored Os trich Plumes, worth $1.00, here at 48c Richest Ostrich Plumes, very large and full, worth $1.60, here at 75c 413 LACKAWANNA AVE., SCRANTON. mix CENTERED K Your t orse Is Shod with "nevrslips ft He Posi tively Cannot Slip Q titer! Office: SCRANTON, PA. Vfhen In doubt what to ust lot Nervous Debility. Lcs of Power, Itnpoiency.Airopn y .Varicocele ana other weaknesses, from any cause, use Sejme Fills, Drains checked and full viffor quickly restored. lfaf.lM.d urfc umUmmuIi f.t.n. f.-l Mailed for J)1.00;0 boies $5.00. With cure or refund the money. Address PEAL MEDICINE CO, Cleveland, U GONNELL 8 ELF X Uj I BHARPINtNO. I JM 1haimecltt, cer. Wyoming Avenue an