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OL'HE SCJR ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY. OCTOBER l, 1893.
1l ra. 1 1 Sfo Reaction follows the use ol Johann Hoffs Malt Extract. It puts the narvea tn good trim, creates appetite Is a cer tain cure for Indigestion, and promotessounrirestfulsieep. Richard Stahl, Ganeral Dl vttotor, Hoyt's Theatre. New York, author and composer of the " Sea King," Uort Tamer," etc., writes: I (Ind fchcum Xoff's Malt tm-aet giving me the most strength and satisfaction. I cannot praise It enough. Three weeks ago I was entirely exhausted from overwork: to-day I feel like a new man. Johann Hoff's Is the orig inal malt extract waa In troduced In 1847. Do not be defrauded by cheap sub stitutes, which are merely malt extracts in name, and have no intrinsic value. Johann Hoff; NewYork.Bsrhn.Parls. IThe Carbondalo correspondence of The Tribune has been placed In the handb or Mr. J. M. Forhes. All complaints ns to lr. regular delivery, etc., pIso news Ituns, should be addressed to Roberts & Rey nolds, news aeents. STOLE A POCKETBOOK. Constable Ollky Is on the track of a fellow who dexterously drew a pocket book from the pocket of his friend, Norman Stylos, of Simpson. Norman was In the city yesterday having a good time when he missed the article, He placed what clues he could furnish In the hands of the constable, who went on the trail. The pocketbonk con talned four dollars and eighty cents, and several papers which Jlr. Styles consider a. more value than the coin. He was in n Houth Main street saloon when ho noticed the theft. The "Val iant Steve" says he Is working on a clue with which he thinks he can bring the right man to Justice. TO PAVE NORTH MAIN STREET. The Delaware and Hudon Railroad company have entered Into contract with Blair & Kennedy, contractors of this city whereby the latter will pave North Main street from the company's office to Church street. This will bo a decided Improvement, and cause much rejoicing among the cyclers of the city. The work will bo commenced as soon a the riirhliig, which has al ready been ordered, arrives. It will be completed b?fore the cold weather sets In. A MAN FROM HONESDALE. John Mulligan, of this city, was con ductor on a Delaware and Hudson pas senger train Saturday night and had on board his train n most troublesome fellow, whose ticket called for pas sage to Honesda'c. Ho got rather bolsteious and Mr. ."ulllgnn warned him to be riulet, but the fellow persist ed In making a racket. The conductor approached him and the man from Honesdale drew a knife, which he at tempted to use. With some help Mr. Mulligan put the troublesome passeng er off the train. BADLY INJURED. George Hull, of Spencer street, met with a bad accident while chestnutting. He fell from the top branch of a large tree and sustained a fracture of the right arm. a bad scalp wound and some slight internal Injuries. Dr. M. E. Molaln reduced the fracture and made the unfortunate man as com fortable as .possible under the circum stances. The distance he fell Is about thirty-five feet. BEFORE ALDERMAN JoNES. Three young fellows, George, Frank and Charles Seldler were arraigned be fore Alderman Jones yesterday morn' Ing at 9 o'clock. The charge was that of stealing three turkeys, preferred by r Greenfield farmer. They did not deny the charge, and In default of bail were committed to Jail to await trials. "LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN." Tomorrow night at the Grand Opera house the musical comedy, "Lost, strayed or Stolen," will bo presented by a company of thirty artists. The company showed at the Nesbett the ater, Wllkes-Barre, last night to a large and wU-rJleased audience. The play at th Lyoum, In Scranton, to night LOCAL AND PERSONALS. K. W. Watt has returned from a two waalec visit In New York. Prlvat Fred Uayley, of Company E, Thirteenth regiment. Is home on a vea-day furlough. Thome Bryden, formerly with Tuoker A Mxxer, hji excepted a posi tion In Scranton. Mis? Ora Bmlth left ytrday for a week's star with Buffalo friends. Mrs, J. J, Relglentb Is in Middle tnwn. N. V. ltl5 Ne r-e.narB.ti. f nwy, Is th tueel of Mi3 LtXJtU Duffy, of ttu Wcet Hide. Mls Arms W. Mill is vlaltlng rela. ttvee la Brooklyn, N. Y. MUa Antra H Kelly, of Honesdale, le "rkei rueet of UUa B. Harter, on Srevotrrjrn t treat. kt. a4 lln. John Downing, of Park tree, ha returned homo after a week' Ttlt a Reeoh Lako. Mi-e Amea and Nellla Phllbln, of Soranton, or the quests of their cous in, Mia Elizabeth Mahon, on Brook lyn street Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh, of Schen aotady, N. Y,, who have been the guests of Mies n. Hart, of Brooklyn street, have returned home. Charles Hagen and daughter, of Terraco strest, ore In New York city. Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Chase have re turned after a two weeks' visit' with their daughter, Mrs. W. W. Lathrop, of Patterson, N. J. Miss Carroll, of Plttston, Is the guest of Miss Margaret Carroll, on Pike street, Paul Rhelnart, of Scranton. spent yesterday In this city. Henry Sahm Is the guest of friends nt Clnrk's Summit. C. V, Fulkerson Is upending a few days In New York city. William Taylor, of Thorn street, Is visiting friends In Philadelphia. Mrs. William Mc.Mullen, of Church street, ntlended Dr. Burnett's funeral at Hcranton yesterday. James Karly leaves today for a three weeks' trip In the Southern part of the state. Edward Lewis, of Nnntlcoke, called on friends hero yesterday. Among the persons who attended the funeral of Dr. Hurnptt at Scranton yes terday are! Doctors Glllls. Kelly and .1. S. Nile. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Dennis, Mr. anil Mrs. James Campbell and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ell Dlrs, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Loftns, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kllpatrlck. Mrs. W J. Fulton, Mrs. Lucy Kennedy and J. J. O'Nell. TAYLOR NEWS. Coming Event Firebugs nt Work. Personal Mention. The fair and festival which will be IiMd at Weber' rink undr th ous pices of th Welsh Congregational church promises to be a first class affuir. Articles both useful and orna mental will bo exhibited for nalo nt several tables. Tho purpose of the n toiprlse is to acquire funds with which to replenish the church treasury. The tickets of admission which entitles the holder to supper, will cost 33 cents. Ice crenm will bo extra. Miss Millie Gallagher, of the Arch bald, is visiting friends In this place. Mr. J. B. Decker, of South Scranton, was a business visitor In this placo yesterday. Emblem division. No. 57, Sons of Temperance. Initiated two candidates at last evening's meeting. David Theo. Davis, of North Taylor, moved his family from the above place to Taylor street yesterday. The Electric City Social club will conduct tholr regular weekly social this evening in Weber's rirk. A good time is ovpected by nil those who at tend Admission only 15 cents. Walter TroFser, a member of the Sixteenth Infantry. TTnlted States regu lar army, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allen on Sunday. Miss Lizzie Davis, of Green Ridge, was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mia. Evan L. Davis, of Main street, on Sunday. Thy employes of the Archbald col liery will receive their pay for Sep tember today. Furniture Dealer John A. Jones Is In New York on a business trip. Pride of Lackawanna lodge. No. IS. American Protestant association, will meet this evening In Reese's hall. Mr. Michael Thoniton, of North Tay lor. Is Improving from his recent In juries. OLYPHANT. On account of the continued warm weather the water has become so low In the dams of the Olyphant water company nn to necessitate the shut ting down of the borough electric plant and the town Is without light. Seveial of the collieries are also badly hand icapped and wnter is being pumped from the river. M. D. O'Malley. a miner employed In No. 1 colliery, was very painfully in jured Saturday afternoon by being caught bv a heavy fall of top coal. He was severely cut about the faco and neck. The injured man was re moved to his home on Hell street whero he received medical attention. Tomorrow evening Edison's greatest wonder, the Animatiscope, will be seen nt the Susquehanna street Baptist church. Tho programme Includes then tho bombardment of Matanzas, llagshlp New York under way flriiiB a nroatisine at Cabanas, the Spanish lleet destroyed and the battle of Manila Thofo who wish a rare treat will not wiss this superb exhibition. Admis sion 25 and 35 cents, children under 12 years 15 cents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore, of Mooslc, were visitors In tuwn Sunday. Gene O'lloyle, of Dunmore street. Is attending St. Thomas' college.at Scran ton. Dr. W. W. Jenkins, of Providence, intends to locate here. He will occupy rooms In the Sweeney building on Lackawanna street. Miss Ida Perry, of Cambridge. Mass., Is the guest of Mrs. Maria Hull, of Dlakely. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Smith, of Jer myn, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Haines. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas are visiting relatives at White's Valley. Miss Annie Nealon, of Carbondalo, Is spending a few days at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney, of Lack awanna street. S. M. Rogers, formerly Packvllle cor respondent of the Tribune, was a caller In town yesterdny. Clarence Williams, a lad ten years of age. had his foot badly wrenched while playing on the bridge on Lack awanna street yesterday. The boy was sliding down one of the Iron braces when his foot cot caught in the bot tom. Dr. J-jnklns attended his injuries. Mr. and Mrs. .Pblllp Warren, of Hyde Park, visited Rev. Peter Roberts on Saturday. The sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Intend holding a fair In the Father Mathew hall during the holiday season to pay off the debt of tho new convent. Harry E, Jones returned to Phtlndal. phla Saturday to rnsume his studies ui mc uinveraiiy ui i ennsyivania. Mrs. Ycnger, of Moscow, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carr, of Blakely. Mrs. J. J. Walsh and Miss Nfllln Mnhon, of Scranton, visited friends here Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards, of Soranon, were visitors at rte risldtnce of D. T. Davis over Sunday. O. J. Ferguson has returned to New Yoik city, after spending several weeks at his home here. Wrs. Elvira Jones is visiting Wilkes Barre friends. Mtssru. Durkln, Loftus and Davis, of Scranton, were callers in town Sunday evening. DALTON. " Mr. and Mrs. William Purdy called at T, Neaclvlch Sunday afternoon. Richard Evcrsore has the foundation ready for his new dwelling house. Mr, and Mrs. John Hunt visited two or three days last week at the Harford fair. Herbert Bought who has been home on a seven day turolugh vliltln; hi parents here and In Scranton, and was then taken sick and detained a few days at Dickson with his tent mate, William Stone, has returned to Camp Meade, whero he expects his company will soon go to Cuba, and with many good wishes and cood luck and a safe re turn homo from hla many friends. rKOKVILLB. Mrs. A. A. Ayrs and sister, Mrs. Bunds, returned last evening from a visit with TJnlondnle relatives. Miss Emma Carpenter Is npuncllnn; a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aldrlch. at Scranton. Mrs. Lancaster, of Prospect hill, Is quite 111. Messrs. Ernest, George and Ralph Wcscott spent the Sabbath with rel atives nt Denton Center. Pride of Orient, Eastern Star Chap ter, will meet In regular seralon this evening. Tho borough council mot In regular session last evening. Myrtle Coal, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 5ecrgp Coal, Is quite. 111. A horse ntlcched to a light lumber wngon. the pivcerty of E. A. Uarlier, took frluht on Hickory Afreet yester day afternoon and ran away. Thp out fit brought up against a telegraph pole at the O. and W. depot. The horse was uninjured, while the wagon was reduced to kindling wood. Tho funeral of Mrs. Michael Langan will take place from her late residence at 9.30 o'clock this morning. Interment will be made In the Dunmore Catholic cemetery. George Moells, William Harper and Dick Reese, a committee of council men, called on SuDerlntendent C. R. Manville at Caruondal yestedny to tiuk over the now famous abutment cu3e. The committee got no satisfac tion from their visit and the prospects are now that the abutment will remain as It is for years to come. Miss Grace Dennis is the guest of Yatcsivlllo friends. Morris Froedman, a merchant of the Ridge, was Saturday sent to the Lack awanna hospital to bo operated upon for apppendi:.iti3. W. H. Stevens Is at Lebanon as a delegate of the Wilson lire company to tho state firemen's convention. Theodore Dikeman has returned from a visit with Harford relative.!. Yesterday a large corps of survey ors from New York irrlvcd In town and are now engaged in making a survey from what is known as Jcssup Junction on tho D and H. road, to a point on the E. and W. V. railroad, near the Summit. About a year ago tho Erie made a survey over this ground, but is did not provs satisfac tory to the Erio company. The sur vey is being made nlong the Erie branch known as the Mooslc Mountain railway to Marshwood, thence down the mountain to the Summit on the E, and W. V. railroad. The idea of a new road by this route Is to cut off the heavy grade that now exists on the Erie between Carbondalo and Sus quehanna. All of the Erie's coal in this section would be transported over this route. CLARK'S SUMMIT. Thp Methodist Episcopal church of Clark's Summit will give a musical and literary entertainment under the direc tion of Mrs. C. R. Krebs, of Wilkcs Barre and Miss Jessie L. Stearns, elo cutionist of Peckville, on Tuesday evening, October 4. Programme. Duet, selected, Mrs. Joseph Ottlnger and Mrs. M. Calkins; recitation, "He was There and So Was I," Elsie V. Steam; man dolin solo, selected, W. G. Hawley; recitation, "Mammy's 'Lil Boy," Ed wards, Jessie Louise Stearns; duet "Oh Could I Teach the Nightingale," Miss Minnie and Cora Gernon; recitation, selected, Mrs. Karl Krebs; solo, select ed, Mrs. Chartwell Griffin; recitation, "Spinning Wheel Song," Grace Hughes, Peckville; mandolin solo, selected, W. G. Howiey;recltatlon, "Mona's Waters," Whlttler, Miss Stearns; duet, Mrs. Ottlnger and Mrs. Caulklns; recitation, selected, Mrs. Krebs; trio, "Annie Laurie," Misses Gernon and Mrs. Giif lln; recitation, selected, Mrs. Krebs; delsartean poslngs. Miss Stearns; duet, "Beautiful Moonlight," Misses Gernon. Miss Imogene Akerley is entertain ing Miss Helen Dawson, of Scranton. Word has been received from Mrs. Freeman Leach who Is visiting In Ne braska that she will return In about two weeks. Brenford Akerley, a marine on the Topeka, Is home on a forty-eight hour furlough. George Rico Is the proud owner of the draft horse which took the prize at the Maltland fair. William Streator and son Earl visit ed tho Dallas fair on Thursday. MONTDALE. The Ladies Aid society, of the Bap tist church, will serve Ice crenm, cake and coffee In the church parlors on Wednesday evening of this week. Mrs. E. Palmer Smith, who has been spending the summer in Blnghamton, is in town for a few days, but expects Two heart can tnaVe a love ffir, but It takes three, ct least, to make a home, and cue of them must be that of a baby. The young married couples that start out in life wait tue idea mil cntiuten are nuisances, and that they do not want and will not have them, are the kind that you read About every d) in the newspapers in the divorce column, A home without children it not a Uota-i, God and Nature never in tended that there should be a nUee called home that did nil .'tsosnd with the patter of chlMUh footttepc, There ate tens of thousands of homes that aie chlldlau became, of the ill-health of the wife and would-be mother. There tie tens of thousands of other hotr.es child less because the little ones have died nl inot as eoou as thry were born. In bcth casta Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is faovctcljrn remedy. It acts directly on he delicate and tmpottant organs that mate wifehood and motherhood possible. It makes them well, strong, vigorous, virile, and elastic It dors away with the uiufrers of maternity. It banishes the usual dis comforts of the expectant period and makes baby's advent easy aud almost pain lest. It insures the little new comer's health and au ample supply of nourish ment. The prospective mother prepares herself for maternity by taking the 1 Fa vorite Prescription" and gives her child a fair start in life by giving It a .strong and well developed body. Thousands of homes that were childless, to-day echo with tablet' laughter, and bless this great medi cine. Thousands of women who were weak, nervous, despondent invalids, are to-day happy, healthy wives and mothers because of this medicine. Medicine deal era sell it. Constipation kill slowly but It kills. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure it. A MAN CAN'T WORK. WHEN HE IS SUFFERING WITH PILES- Ho Can't Eat, Sleep, Can't Oct Com fort Any Way Hut Ono Pyramid Pile Curo Will Cure Him, Give Re. lief nt Once. Just a little pain may so distract a man's mind that It will cost hlin hun dreds of dollars. Life Is a battle. To succeed ono needs all his energies and all his brain force to apply to the ques tion at hand. Even a corn will inako him Irritable, cross, angry nnd an an gry man seldom succeeds. Tho trifling pain of a corn Is a pleasant feeling be side the agonizing ache of piles. That Is a pain which seems to pervade the whole body. It communicates Itself to all parts neat tho seat of the trouble and brings on a heavy dragging feel ing In the perineum. Thoso who have never so suffered do not know what it means. It racks tho nerves, prevents sleep, prevents concentrated thought and ninkes a man lose flesh ns faMt as ho would with a virulent fever. And yet piles are looked unon nn n little thing. They are neglected al lowed to run on from month to month and year to year. By and by comes a surgical operation. Maybe it cures maybe it kills. There Is only one sure, safe and quick cure for piles. It Is the Pyra mid Pile Cure. It Is a recent discov ery and Its properties are such that it cleanses, sooths and heals the inflamed parts, reduces the Inllamatlon at once and with continued treatment, removes all swelling and all trace of tho dis ease. It puts the membranes In a healthy, active condition and cures completely and permanently. i''rorn C. F. Collins, Garnett; "I com menced using tho Pyramid Pile Cure and my case was so bad I thought tho remedy was going to fail in my case, but before I had used two thirds of one package I began to feel much better and can honestly say I am entirely cured. It is the quickest and surest remedy I have ever heard of," From Joslah Roberts, Port Oram, N. J.. "Just one-quarter of a package of the Pyramid Pile Cure did wonders for me and I have lost no opportunity of recommending such a great rem edy." ' From William McIIale. Rockport, Mass., "One package of Pyramid Pile Curo has helped me more than any thing I have yet used." The Pyramid Pile Cure is sold by druggists generally. If your druggist doesn't keep it, he will get It for you If you ask him. Book on cause and cure of piles sent free. Address, Pyra mid Drug Co., Marshall, Mich. to return to Blnghamton to remain somo time longer. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robathan, of Hyde Park, spent Sunday In town as guests of Miss Mabel Smith. AVOOA. All that was mortal of tho late Mrs. Thomas Sullivan was laid to rest In St. Mary's cemetery yesterday morn ln in the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing friends. Rev. J. J. Mc Caba celebrated mass and also preach ed a beautiful sermon relative to the noble character of the deceased. The L. C. B. A., of which the deceased was a member, attended the obsequies. Dr. Berge and J. C. Morton spent Sunday In Now York city. Peter Sheddy and Ebeneozer Davis will leave today to better their finan cial condition In Wyoming and per haps the Klondike. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins and son, Clifford, of Carbondalo, and Miss Mar garet Collins, of Green Ridge, were guests of Miss Nellie Callihan on Sun day. Thomas Snmmon1 is spending a few weeks at Lake Ariel. George Ives, of Mooslc, left on Fri day to Join his regiment at Porto Rico. Tho funeral of the late John Gllraln took place on Sunday afternoon. Ser vices were conducted In St. Mary's church. Interment was made In St. Mary's cenetery. The paU-learers were John Walter, Martin Nolan, Thomas StUdders, Michael Sammon, Richard Logan, William Studders. Mrs. George Shiffer, of Plains, spent yesterday at the Newiln residence. Mrs. John Phillips and family re turned on Saturday after several weeks visit In Philadelphia. Mrs. Richard Beers and mother have returned to their homo In Vnndllng after a few weeks visit with friends in town. The many friends of Miss Lena Kelf- fer, formerly of Dupont, were grieved to hear of her death, which occurred at Plttston yesterdny morning. Tho funeral of the late Daniel Thompson took place on Saturday af ternoon. The Sons of St. George, Knights of Honor, and tho Mutual as sociation fund attended the obsequies. Interment was made In Marcy cem etery. Operator Sickles Is again at his post on tho West Side. JERMYN AND MAYFIELD. Yesterday Frank Hemllrlght, the popular superintendant of Edgerton colliery, and Miss Edith Vostle, a pop ular young lady of this place, journ led to Parsons, to the home of Miss LUlle Jenkins. Edwin Mellow accom panied them. From there the party went to the home of Rev. Francis Gcn dall, at Plains, and Mr. Hemllrlght and Miss Vostie were married by the Rev. Gendall, Mr. Mellow acted as best man and Miss Jenkins attended MIes Vostle. After tho ceremony tho party returned to tho home of Miss Jenkins, where refreshments wero served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Hemllrlght left for New York. Hogarth's band will open a fair In Enterprise hall on tho tenth of Noyem ber. It has been some time since this organization has asked anything from the public, and they should bo well patronised. Regularly monthly meeting of Cry stal Fire company tonight. Mr. Edward Davis, of Scranton, spent Sunday with hla brother, Dr. S. D. Davis. Tho Junior league will give nn en tertainment In the lecture room of the Methodist Episcopal church next Thursday evening. Thomas Rich Is Improving slowly. He was able to walk out a little last Saturday. We are to have a rare musical treat at Enterprise hall on the evening of Oct. 21. Mrs. Kate Crlssln-O'Brlen and the Schubert quartette will give one nf their popular concerts, and all who love good music should not fall to at tend ns this will undoubtedly bo as good nn entertainment us was ever given In the town. It In under auspices of tho Ladles' Aid ot St. James' Epis copal church, C. D. Winter returned home yester day from Monroe county. Jerry Hnrtlgan, of Oswego, N. Y I was in town Sunday calling on friends. JONAS LOVQ'S SONS. COME TO THE BIG FOOD SHOW TODAY Another big crowd enjoyed its many features yesterday. An interesting place from every standpoint. You learn what's best in food: you learn how best to cook it. Thirty young ladies show you how it's done; samples to cat till you can't rest. Another Grand Concert tomorrow afternoon. Oppenheim's Celebrated Orchestra Wednesday Afternoon at 2.30 Professor Bauer takes his magnificent band of 35 pieces to Lebanon tomorrow. By his special invitation, Prof. Oppenheim, ol Wilkes-Barre, will bring his orchestra to the Food Show lor the programme of Wednesday afternoon. The excellence of this Or chestra needs no laudation here. It is enough to say that those who enjoy all that is good in music will be here. Some Great Grocery Cheapness Along with the Big Food Show comes a chance to buy Class Groceries for a little money. For instance Jonas I.ouk'8 Sons' Celebrated Patent Minnesota Flour, evory barrel guaranteed Choice Teas, Oolong, Mixed or English Breakfast, -luo grado..... 4.69 25c Maple Syrup, Or bottle IOL. E. J. Tons, 1803 pack, dozen Ofti rnnn 'vv cnaTromi..!"!1.?.!:!: IOC to 24c Granulated Sugar, 18 pounds 1 QQ Elegant Trimmed hats at s 5.00 Each We place on sale this morning so elegant creations in Wo men's Headgear, at the one price of FIVE DOLLARS each. There is not a one in the lot but what is worth double the money in some instances more than double. extreme Paris fashions, and are equal in point of style to any of the imported designs on view, The price, Five Dollars, is made with a view to bring Our Millinery into closer touch with Our Public. You can readily appreciate the loss to us in this particular instance. The hats are on show in the Millinery Parlors second floor. We have trimmed hats for S1.98 that cannot be duplicated in the city for double the money; from this price by easy stages, up to $25-00. Other Great Tuesday Bargains. The following items briefly tell ot some great money-saving chances that are vours in this Great Store today. Not an item but what k nriced a third less than vou'd pay in any other store. Pai- ticular attention is directed to our aggregation of styles and patterns bcranton. FlRUrcd Dlack Dress 1SC( All Wool Mobalr SOc' Fancies ,. .- ww Klne mack Coney 1 OK Collarettes ,'u Women's Black Doavcr O Qft Jackets - yKJt Women's Cotton Itlbbed O Zrl Underwear uw Clilldre i's Fleeced Lined I OKri lln.ftFAUr .W Boys' Heavy School 25c' tlnBA 4JS Men's llest Cotton 19c Fine Torchon Lace c yard - Chnntilty Applique Edges, 1 f yard v Cnmbrlo and Nainsook Edges All 10-cent Handkerchiefs e to go at All IB-cent Handkerchiefs Qc1 to go at """' Larpe Fancy 39C U 1VI UM,W H Jonas Long's Sons. Yesterday afternoon there was a fall of rock In Glenvvood shaft and a Hun garian laborer was killed. Miss Anna Zanp, of Scranton, spent Sunday with Miss Josephine Davis, of the Powder Mills. Frank Stockcr Is in New York buying- goods. FACXOBYVILLE. Miss May Peck, assisted by Mrs. E. Parrot and Professor Southvvorth, will give a piano recital at Keystone acad emy next Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Admission free. Tho Epvvorth league of the Methodist church will serve an oyster supper In the lecture room of tho church next Friday evening. The ladles of tho church are requested to furnish bis cuits, Jelly and cakes. Proceeds for missionary work. "Walter Kemmerer left yesterday to resume his studies at "Wesleyan col lece. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Ackerly, of Justus, were guests of Mr. J. M. Brown last Sunday. John T. Capwell will soon open a res taurant In the J. C. r.eynolds building. Paulovvna lodge, Daughters of Pe beccu, will meet this (Tuesday) eve ning. Canton, Factoryvllle, No. 37, will meet Wednesday evening. Red Jacket lodge, No. 321, met in regular session last Saturday evening. The oflicers recently elected for tho ensuing term wero duly Installed by District Deputy N. E. Overfield, of Meshoppen. The names of the men thus honored are: Noble grand, George C. Carr; vice grand, O. W. Davison; treasurer, 33. J. Goodwin; assistant secretary, Samuel Bailey; outslda guard, Fred H, Chase; inside guard, Harry Wheelock; warden, W. W. Pat terson. The Misses Hnttlo and Bertha Crls man spent Sunday at Clark's Summit as guests of Miss Gertrudo Goodwin. PRIOEBTJHG. William Hawkins, of Halstcad, visit ed In Peckville Sunday. Mrs. John Parks, of Providence, was n caller nt the homo of her sisters on Dundaff street, yesterday. Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Beddoo, 4t Albert street, Is very III. Tho hotel that Is being erected for Joseph Davenport on Scott road, lis nearing completion. I Tho wedding of Miss Grace Phafer io George Wood, both coDUlar xounc poo- JONAS LONQ'S SONS. High- 9c 23c 10c 1.00 25c 24c 25c Stowcrs' Fancy Btumr-Cured Lllams, per pound Mexican CofTee-tlie finest In Ithoclty at any prlod Now Comb Honey, 'package Tomatoes, 1808 pack, dozen cans Calumet Soap, 10 bars, 'for : Souse Mnckorel, 2-pound can -. ltollcd Oats. .10 pounds, lor Many of them -are copies of show of Dress Goods the finest that has ever been brought to Good Turkish Wash Cloths, cn t hp.a fnr ..... WW ,"". " 18-Inch Unbleached 2y2c 4&c ICrash Hlcached Towels, 18x30 MnoueB Half Uleacned Linen T? n.tnnalr rffcW OO-lncb Turkey Hod I7l2c .Damask Fine Outing En 1 Flannel .1 w neit Light 3c Prints FIzured Turkey lied An 'Calicoes Dest Dark 4c 1 Calicoes .1-1 Unbleached ir .Sheeting ' 4.1 Bleached An Sheetlnir w Best Lining In 1 Cnmbrlo "w 10-1 Blankets, 1Cn 1 per pair ' 11-1 Heavy Blankets, ACn 'per pair v?w plo of this place, has been made pub lic. GBEENWOOD. Miss L.lzzle Ravvson, of Scranton, spent Sunday with her parents In this place. Miss Sarah Danks, of Avoca, called on friends In this place Sunday. Mls9 Sadie Knapp.of Scranton, spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. D. Elmer Davis called on friends In Taylor Sunday. Rev. P. C. Smythc, of Avoca, occu pied the pulpit at the Greenwood Pres byterian church Sunday, Health is Wealth. DR. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, Is soldunder posltlvo Written Ouarnntee, byauthorized agents only, to curo Weak Memory, Diztinees. Wakefulness, Fits, Hysteria, Quick, ness. Night Losees, Kvu Dreams, Mick of Conn denoe, NerTousnees, Locsltude, all Drains, Youth ful Errors, or Excossivo Ut.o of Tobacco, Opium, or Liquor, which leads to Misery, Consumption, Insanity nnd Death, At etoro or by mail, f 1 n box; six for tftvrlth written punrnutoo to curo or refund money. Huiuplc paclt ngo, containing fivo tlnis' treatment, with full instructions, 25 cents. One t am pie only sold to oacn persuu. at sioru ur uy iuuu. tSTHod Label Special Extra strengm. For Imnntoncy. Loss ot" l).AMjhv T .a Rf mn1xrl 1 UWClt MUOU WBtlllUUMi V BterlHty or lJarrennM8.L $1 n 0011 eiz ror t j, wiiht, written cuarnntoe&f fnmirnln'VITai. At ptCtrfkVi EFOREoruvmail. AP' For 3 alcby William a. Clark, 316 1'enn Ave Scranton, I'a. fTwsak B 'L 'f.fcSBBB V, t ull wof m ren GorteUiOM nseds a Tollable, monthly, regulating midlclct. Onlr tisralsfi 0U4 the pat.it drugs sbsuld be nteJ. Ifjou want tbe but, gtt Or. PeaB's Penirayi'oysa! Pills They axa prempt, aafa ard certain tn rwult. The rbi!q6 (Pr, Tenl'i ) never Ui4 For Sale by JOHN H- PHELPS. Spruco streot NEW YORWkbTELSi The St. Denis Oreadway and eleventh St., New York Opp. Orace Church. -Buropran Plan. Rooms $1.00 e. Day and Upward. fn a modeit and unobtrnslre way there are fow bettor conducted hotels in tbe mstropoluj than the St Deals. Tho groat popularity it has acquired oaa readtlr bo traced to its unique location, lu homelike atmosphere, the peculiar ezoellens ot Us cuisine and asrvlce, and tt Terr moder ate price. WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SON. Cor. Sixteenth SL and Irving Plaoa, ime:w YORK. AMERICAN PLAN, $3.50 Per Day and Upwards. EUROPEAN PLAN, $1.60 Per Day aud Upwards. I. D. CRAWFORD, Proprietor. X-X"X'"X-XXXM $ For Business Men 1' Y V v y y y y y y y y y. In the heart of tbe wholesale district. For Shoppers , 3 minutes wslk to Wansmalcer: 8 minutes to Slegel Cooper's Ills Store. xymy ui access 10 mc grcai ury uoous Stores. For Sightseers. One block from B'wflv Cam. ci vlrnr ens iiuuspuriauou loan poiQiAOi luicrcsc ! Hotel Albert,! I NEW YORK. I y COR. 11th ST. & UNIVERSITY PLACE, 'X X '" y cort. nth st. & university place, y wniy une uiock iroin uroaawny. j 'Rooms &,ilin restaurant X XX-XXXXXXX'X'" Lager Beer Brewery Manufacturers of OLD STOCK PILSNER 4MfMMiSUffliUl Telephone Call, 3333. ML Pleasant Goal At Retail,- f Coal of the best quality fof'domeatla use . and of all sizes. Including Buckwheat and Blrdseye. delivered In any part of tlia city, at the lowest price. Orders received at tho office first door. Commonwealth building-, room No. 6; telephone. No. 2624 or at tbe mine, tele phone No. 272. will ba promptly attended to. Dealers supplied at the mlno. ' W. T. SMITH. THE DICKSON M'F'G CO,, Scranton nnd Wllkes-IJarro, Pa. Manufacturers of LOCO MOTIVES, STATIONARY ENGINES Boilers, Holstlne and Pumping; Alacblner General Ofllce, Scranton, Fa K150ffi'BSKLETiJDNl (HVESmiL 4ND!5AES9iyTELy5AFS FOR SALB BY THB ATLANTIC REFINING CO SORANTON STATION. MADE ME A MAN AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CORE jLLT2ferYou$ JUea$c- Falling Mem ory.Impoienc, Hleeplouueu,Bto.. caate4 br Abusa or other Kimmum and India. cretloiu. 'JTirtf quickly and turettt rettoroIiMtViuUtr Id old or young, and fit a mm for study, btmnMaor mat-rinse, rxeveot Iniftnltjr aaa Coniatnptloa If meat and effect a CUltK whero all other fall In lit upon hnvine tho genntno AJax Tableti. The liftTe cured thousands and will care you. Waftlrti apot tti?e written saaranLoo to effect a cure Efl OTC In each coao or refund the money. Price W U I wirer laaokaKei or eU pkaea (full treatment) for t3W. IJy matl, in Plain wrapper, mum receipt of price. Circular f AJAX REMEDY CO., ciuV'Ii?.1' For Bftlo In Scrantcn. Pa., by Matthews Bros, and II. O. Sanderrcn, druggists. Pharmaolat, co Wvomlnu avoau eftfi i SIS UiHTSBrji8i( n 1 t&kBn'in t lm J