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THE SCRANTON T1UBUNE-TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1890.
BHBBHHMHHMHHHBiHHnnBBHnHHMMWOVn0BlB3BMlliniTVflBnHBnt Johann Haifs Malt Extract Improves Appetite Makes Flesh and Blood TWO FIRES. Patrick Barrett's House Dostioyed. John Kano's Abode Ablaze. Tim S.jnd strt-Pt duelling of I'atiJck llarrett was burn"J to tlio- grdinl at 12 o'clock Sunday night. Sntul'e lu In? fiom th roof was dlacuioicil by neighbor who warned tho family. A telephone mi'ssmKe wis sent from Turn bull's Rlcon housn to Thompson's 11 v-i-ry and fiom thoiv was tiansinittPd to members of the Mitchell Hose com pany. Vheii the flietneii renched tho scene tbey lucked fifl feel of lialng rioliRli hose to reach from tlttv ii-uu-tit plug to the burning otruetuio, and by the time tlto Columbia had pre cured .i livery team and arrived the building was bo.ond ndemptton. An adjoining house of Jinny Kcilns was damaged Hllghtlj The butnud hou-e and con tents Wfic Injured In the OHeain agency for $1,200. Ycstetday momliif,' at 10 o'clock the little mjii of Mi. and .Mis. John Kane, of Pike sheet, wa" plalng with match c s In an tiptah t, room, w hkh i onlalned several bundle of tiaw Tho stuuv "was Ignllod and a dangerous blaze en HUOd. An alaint was sent to the Mitch-i-lls and thpy lcspoiul-d, but Mis. Kune had succeeded In throwing the burning material out of a window. Hhe su"taln d neVeial pew-re bin n! on her aim'. MRS. MALLOY'S DEATH. Mis "atrlck M.illox. of Fun ieu street died of pneumonia Hunda Slit' was born In Ireland llfty-one cais ago She had been a resident of this city l'oui years. Deceased Is Mirvld by hei slstei, Miss r.llen Oallnghei her daughters, Mr.s James Oallagher. of this city and All John McCall or Phil adelphia, and yons, John and Michael, of Ihls cltv Finnic and Con. of Phila delphia Hertaul. of Ireland and Ed wnrd, of Shpppton The funeinl w ill he held at ' o'clock tomorrow moi nlng In St. Kose church Intetment will he inacip in Freeland. NEW LITERARY CLUB. SatuicU night a new lltorarv lub was organized at the home ot Allcs Helen P.itteihon on Lincoln avenue It will be known as the "Original Seven" nnd holds iup--tlngs oveiy second Sat urday Satin day night the following ptogramme vas given L'-av. KHza b"th Teots, itiestion, ' Is Man or Wo man Alore Fitted to Mule a Nition"" Julia liJttlett vocal sol.). Kdlth Fnw l'i reading, 'St Patrick," Maliel Davis. Tht members of the club ate. r.llzaheth Teets. Mabel D n Is. Hdith Fov lei Flomiee Jadwln Fleanor Jono. Julia V.ittlet and Helen i'atter BOIl WRECK ON THE "JEFF." n Lile tialn which was being i un .in a siding between Caibondale and Foie-t Clt i.steiday afternoon left the tails and blocked both Hacks of the main load The Delaware and Hudson passengel tl.iln which leaves this cltv at 3 o'clock foi Nineveh was detained seveial hour" Among the passengeih who decided not to wait weio Father Cofi'ry and H. Al I'oi k The walked back to Simpson, heu thej took the stieet car lm town LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mis Alaigaietta Smith and Albh Ulva Dow of Nliii'veh, aie guebts at the Canaan ttieet honv of Air. and AIis. Wallace Copeland. A. S Lewsley nnd family spent Sun day with Ah. and Alls. 11. W. Ciocker, of Gieen Ridge. Philip Pen j man and family left yes Kidn for Xi'V Haven, Conn., where thev w ill reside The Baptist Sundnj school will elect otfletrs oi the "f.th Inst. Air and Mi- Allchael JJrennan me enttrtJiln'ng Airs. Mogan, of Allddle town .' Y Harry Dimmk I-" convalc-cenl Frank r.unoun his returned tt. Siranton aftt i a hiltf visit with nientls In thl t li Aliss 0itiuir Ali ndrew Is vMtltig TUB REAL QUESTION. The real nueslion of disease is "Can I be cured?" If ou ' or am one dear to you h lositm btrcngtu and energy and vital ity, If you arc w Ise ou ill not spend much time trjing to fig ure out just what name to call the discdse by It is almost impossible to draw the line where debility mid weakness meree into cim- lumption. Your trouble may not be con sumption to-day, but ou doti't know what It may oecome to utor row. 'Hundred! of peo. pie have been restored to robust health and condition by Dr I'ierce's marvelous "Golden Jledical Discovery" after reputable pby&i cians had pro. nounced tueiu consump tlvc be Tond hone Were they in consumption? You don't know, nobody can ever know, but that is not the question The important point is that they were hopelessly ill but this match less "Discovery" restored and saved them. " I was not able to do hardly any work at all," ayi Mr Jennie Dingman, of Vanbiireii, Kal kaika Co , Mich , in a most later Citini; letter to Dr I'iercr "I had pain in my left side and back, and had headache all the time I tried your medicine and it helped me I,t spriug I had a had cough I got ko bad I hail to be in bed all the time "My hutbind thought I had coysumption He wanted me to Kd a doctor, but I tuld him if It was consumption tliey could not help me We thoucht we would try Dr I'ierce's OoIJtu Meal rat Discovery aud before I had taken one bottle the cough was stopped and I have had no more of it returning Your medicine Is the best I have er taken ' Write to Dr. R. V I'ieice. He will send you good fatherly, professional advice in a plain sealed envelope absolutely free. His thirty years experience as chief consul ting physician of the Invalids Hotel, at UuJalo, N. Y., has made him an expert la chronic diseases. P fifwi - ZS&7bK S4H NJSiY) Aids Digestion her brothel. ,1 J Mi-Andrew, of Oly phnnt. Mis. J, J. 13urk, who has been visit ing Mrs. 11. V. Uurke. letutnod homo yesteiday. Mrs. JJvtt Vaughn, of Scvanton. who has been visiting ft lends In this city, returned home yesterday. Charles Cobbledlck has lotumed from Philadelphia, accompanied bv M In other, Illch.tid. who will reside here. Joseph II A aniian has bcni promoted to the loremnnhlp of Van Ueigen St Co 's foundry Mre. (S. V f-ani"on and Mrs (I l. Samson will gle a h o'clock lea tomor row. John Foxe t-pont ycstcid.tv with Arehbald fi lends. Mi. Fiances Wheny, of Uelmont stieet, b visiting her daughter, at Piompton. Mrs Thomas litkln or cheneetady, X. V Is the guest of her mother in this clt. Mr.. Frank Mounds, of Unlond.ile, Is a miest ot friends In this cltv JERMYN AND MAYFIELD. A two stoiy frame dwelling hou"e i occupied bv All and Alls. George IJcr ly, on Toutr stieet, was partly de stroyed by flic last eening. The fit e. wnicn ongma eu tiom a uoiocuvo chimney was dlspoveied by Alls. Her- , .. . . . . . . . ... i. who. about S o'clotk. had occa sion to go out Into the .aid and she saw the Haines Issuing fioin the roof of the house. She at once gave alaim, but the Haines, tunned by the fresh breeze prevailing, spiead with gieat rapidity and in a few moments the whole loot' was a .siting mas Moth the Ciystal and Artesian hose com panies ip&ponded promptly to the alarm, the I'oimer being Hist on tho scene D the time they had the wnter pluving upon the llnmos the whole of the upper portion of the house was ablaye and beyond saving The I3ci l.vs saved a pnitlnn of Ihelr t'uinltuie and it Is undei stood that theii loss is covered by Insurance. The house, which was also insured, Is the property or Cl.uk Giosvenoi, of Scott, and was adveitlsed to be sold bv sheilff's salo this week. The Ciystal fiie eomp.inv has lately taken in u number of both active and honouuy meinbeis Thu eompanv is wohklng with gic.U haimony and pct haps ilnce Its oiganlzation was never stronger than it Is today At their last meeting they decided to enguge thu Citizens' band to aceompanv lliein to the state diemen's lonventlon at Scranton this year Chiistopher Alooney, an aged man who lm- be-n ill foi seeiMl months, died at the home of his daughter. Airs. William Maxwell, of Second street, on Sunday morning Dect-ated, who is suivlvod by Airs Maxwell and another daughter, Aliss Kllen Alooney, was for meily a resident of Wamait, and Is quite well known In Caibondale. The funeral will take place tomonow after noon at 'Z o dock, when the lemalns will be taken to St Ttese church, Caibon dale. Intel ment v. Ill be made In St, Itojo cemetery. Airs. I. Fuller, of Hacon street, who has been spending several clays with Caibondale friends, l etui lied homo yes terday Uev. H. M Posten was in Scranton estnrdny. The ludustlial committee des-ltes a large cttendance at the citizens meet ing in Uutcrpilse hall this evening. The business Is Important nnd the meeting will be called to older al 3 o'clock sharp. Air. and Alls. Klias Hvans and son, Arthur, of Vandllng, spent Saturday here at the home of their daughter, Alls T. H. Gi tfllthg. of Alain btioet. Hilda, the little dnughter of Air. and Mrs. Simon Phillips, of Second street, who has been 111 foi sevei.al das, has sulfeied a telapse and is now nflllcted with an attack of pneumonia. Henry Hrown. ot tho Derrlngton SJoek fat in at Scott, is on the slek list. Uev. K. ndwnrds, astor of the Kng llf.li Baptist church at Allnersville, P.i., ! when silfleilng with rheumatism, was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Halm He havs; "A few applications of this liniment proved of gieat ser vice to me. It subdued the Inflamma tion and lelleved the pain. Should anj hUlfeier piollt by giving Pain Halm a trial It will pleaso me " For salo by all diugglfats Alatthews Cios., wholesale and tetail egents. TAYLOR. Theio will be a great gathering ai tho Stowait Alemorlal church on Hend hain on Irlduy evening of this wck JIarch 21. It will be the closing of the bazaar and festival. A fine piogram Is being prepared for tho occasion. The Uaulleld sisters will participate The contest for the gold watch will close J on that evening. The Ladles' Aid so I c i ty will havo foi sale many useful and ornamental at tides. The door pi io will bo one hundred pounds ot the best Hour. Ice cream, cake and cotfeo will be seived. Admission only live cents. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western colliery will work but one eight hour day this week. Aliss Olwcn How ells, of Alain stieet, is confined to her home by sickness. Rev. James Hughes will occupv the pulpit at tho Calvary Baptist chuich next Sunday. Prof John Hvans has returned to his homo In Carbondale after visiting W. G. How ells, in this place. A great babv Bhow. Mother Goot-e and Bomo of hei chlldien. Alother Hubbard's singing class. Five little pigs who went to market, etc., aro tho features of the entertainment by tho Junior I-eague of tho Methodist Upls copal church In the Price Library hall on Friday evening, Apill 7. Pilde ot Lackawanna Iodgo, No. V.I, Ameilcaii Protectant Ladles' associa tion, will nominate : and olect oflloers at this evening's meeting. Air. and Airs. William AI. i:vnns, ot Hyde Park, spent the Sabbath with relatives In this plnce. Emblem Division, No. 57, Sons ot Temperance, jecelved severul new members nt last evening's meeting. On April 1 Hotel-keeper Samuel Ev ans will occupy the Davis building, coiner of Alain and Ralliond streuU; Ilvau L. Davis will move Intir tho Swim hotel and Henry Nelgley will oe up the building of Ileni. VIfoii lluth on Union street. The lecent rains hao Mi uvu the needs of having the crosswnlkH put In pioper condition. Thcie are mow than ten crosswalks In Taylor that n'c ,,t tnnal 4 wi (nrlina tntvni tlifin t In- I nil eel, ho that when they are "lmii"d 1 tho mud will roll back again In a slnrt time. All. .John lieigo, a i?pectr-d . l,.e 1 of Pyne, died on Saturday evening af- I ter n lingering lllne.s. ' Today the .Junior League ot the ills tilct will meet In the Methodist I2pls copal church. Delegations from up and down the valley will be p.-cs.-nT. I llnv .lninoa Iliifrlins. fnminrK of Khnberly, Africa, now a tesldctit of tho West Side, Scranton, will dHer a leetuie at the Calvnij Baptist Miureh this evening. Mr. Hughes Is an Inter esting Icitiiici and will tmd eio"'01y attract a large audience. The following Is tho ptoirrummo of the Dpvorth Learnt convention which will bo held In the Methodlhl i:plcopil church this afternoon and evening: Af- tornoon session. 1.10 o'clock-Opening service?, ltev li. W Iaichiier, "Thu Dul of .Sociability.' MK Umm.i Johns; Th" League that Help", the Pastor." P.ov V. CI. .Simpson, 1). V.. ' The Pastor .hat Helps the Length, ' a delegate; "The F.pworth League as Seen by a i'leslding Hldei, ' U A nrllfln, D. r ; Junior League woik. Mrs K.C.Miller. "The Spliltu.il Woik of the Ltaguo," lMwuul Hani: "The i:pworthlun as a, ?oul 'Wlnnei," J'.ev. John Huniphirvs, 'The Value of Lit erary Woik." Miss Kato Campbell. Kvening esson. ".IK o'clock PraK seivlce; levotloual eilce, ltev. S. D.wis; biilo. Mis. J I Atherton; ad dieso, 15cv. L. Sever'on, Ph. D A tordial imitation to all. TACTORYVILLL'. The H.iptlst thuteh was lllled last Trlday night, the oung ladles' pilze intilfiol linltitr .inn rf ifl'OII t llltm Hf 1(1 UMIH l I'VIUh i-IH Ul ).. - - n FolltJW,nB tlll? programme: 'The T,jn u,.lk.iw... i.-tssln Unrdnoi . "Mv (li.i.v Gulnevei." Agnes ISutton, "Sea Uiiils," (Peel). Allsses Watkllis, Spen cei und Colvln "The Curtain of Life" liessle Spencer, "Annie Laurie," (Em erson), Messis Cavlord, Alarsh, Flsko and Hlchaids. "How Dot Heard the Alesslah," Caioln Pateison; "Alidnlght in London,' Anna Raid: "Jn Old Alti chld," (Gaicla), Alisses Watkins, Spen cer and Colvln, "The Siou Clilef's Daughtei " lvadean Stephens, "Tho Teais of Tullia." Fna Stuart: "Adoat on the- Hounding Tide," (Hmeison), Alcssrs. (laylotd. Alaish. Flske and Hlchaids leport of Judges, enedletlon. jlls p,.sie Spencer was awarded the pi tee- and Aliss Anna Hard lecelved honoiale mention. Walter Hutt, or Salvation Anny fame, was In town Satumay evening. Aliss Helen Bind, who Is teaching nt Gieat Hend, Pa, spent Satuiday with her parents in this place. Airs. Hay Heardsley, ot Rlnghamton, Is visiting her mothet. AIis. Sara Slm- lell. Air. Josiah Hrown, of Chinchilla, spent last Thuiday with his rother, .1. AL Drown. b The .Mill City hotel was totally de stiovcd by Ike, Including contents, last Iiday night. TIIH bOLDIKU HOYS who had taken Hood's Sarsapaillla are said to have stood the long marches much better than their companions. This medicine gives strength and endur ance HOOD'S PILLS cure Alalled for 2: cents by Co , Lowell, Alnss. all C. liver ill". 1. Hood & TUNKHANNOCK. At the piesent wilting the only case on the list for trial at tho April term of the court of quarter session is thu Commonwealth vs. Henry Waterman, chniged with malicious mischief in cut ting a giapo vine on the piemlses of H. G. Purden, In Nicholson borough. This is an old cafee, being No 18 ot April sessions, 1887, and has become a question of costs Charles H. Teny, esq, sat as exam iner to take testimony In the case of the II. i:. Mack Wood Woiklng com pany vs. W. 13. Klefer, J Mai tin Ivlef er nnd D. W. Stnrk on Friday last. The case Is one In the circuit court ot the United States. 13. J. Jordan lepresents the plaintiff nnd C A. Idt tie the defendants. The will of Gilbeit Lewis, late of Lemon township, was probated on Sat uiday last, but no letters issued. In the estate of A. W. Henshaw, late of Tunkhannoek boiuugh, deceased, letters testamentary have been Issued to H. W. Lew Is, esq , and Lucy L. Ren shaw , Aliss Caiollne Giay has anived at a settlement with the Insuiance compan ies in legale! to the loss on the build ing owned by her in the recent lire. The damage Is placed at $000. The losses on the other buildings have not yet been settled. F. L. SIttser and wife, Hon. John A Sittser and wife and Airs 13 N. Stone, who have been spending the winter at Horsford's ficid Phosphate quids the nerves, and induces ISieei). iaue no oudsuuuCi It Pays You to Buy Shoes from Us The immense outlet enables us to sell shoes for less money than any shoe store in Scranton. A Fa of the Many Bargains Men's Box Calf, hand-sewed $3.00 and $400 Shoes at $1.98. 200 pairs Men's Patent Leather Shoes, all hand-sewed, odd sizes, 6, 6'i, 7, 7, worth $4.00, at 51.98. Odds and ends of pairs of Meti's Shoes from 98c to 551.98. Ladies' Shoes at prices to suit everyone, from 50c to $3.00. Roys' Shoes at 98c. Misses' Shoes at 69c and 98c. Children's Shoes at any prices. ncinciiihcr, wo arc the cheapest nii(MiislGvt shoe store in Scranton. MYER 307 Lackawanna DLEGDING PILES And all other foims of this lomniou and often dniiROiotis disease u-adlly cured without pain or Inconvenlencs. Thousands of men and women ate allllctdl with some soil of piles, with out either knowing the exact lntuie of the trouble, or knowing It, nro earelecs enough to allow It to run without tak ing the simple mean"! olfered for n rad ical mre. The failure of salves and ointments to permanently cure piles nan led many to believe the onlv cure to be a surgic al operation. Surgical operations me dangerous to life and mot cover not often entirely successful and at this time ate no long er used by the bent physicians o ieo ommended by them. The safest and nut est was i c'ta any eae of piles, whether blind, btec'i lug or protruding, Is to use the Pyra mid J'llo cure, composed of heating vegetable oils. nnd absolutely free from mineral poisons nnd oplat s. Tho fol lowing letter from a Pittsburg gentle man, a seven1 bitffeier fiom bleeding piles, gives some Idea of th prompt effectual chntacWr of this pile cine. He wiltes I take pleasuie writing these few llnps to let you know that I did not sleep for tine1 monllis except for a hhott time each night because ot a bad cato of bleeding piles 1 was down in bed and the doetois did nie no good. A good hi other told me of the I'yramid Pile Cure anil I bought from my drug gist tht ft' lirtv-ccnt boxes. They cured me and 1 will soon be able to go to ny woik again William Il.indsrhu, 40 St, Cotton Alley. Lclow Putter St., Pittsburg, 1'n. The- I'jtamld Pile Cine Is nut only the safest and suiest remedy foi piles, but Is tho best known nnd most popu lai. i:ery physician and diugglst In the country knows It and what It will do. Send to l'yiamid Co., Alarshall, Allen , lor little book on cause of plies and the proper treatment. The l'yiamid can be loilnd at ill drug stort s at 10 cents per package. Tat pon Spilngs, Finikin, aie expected homo this week Air and Alls J p Broldlngei, who have been spending the past two weeks with Air. and Alls. W. N. Reynolds, have letutned to Alansfleld. Air. Brold lngei' Is vice-principal of the state nor mal school at that place. C. U. Little, esq , of Scianton. Is visiting his patents here over Sunday. Hon. A. II. Squier is up from Har ilsburg to spend Stinduv with his fam ily. C. A. Huugeifoid and wile and Dr. A. D Tewksbuiy .and wife hae ic turned from Hot Springs, Aikansas, wheie they hnve passed most ot the w lntei Air. Hungerfoid was called home by thu flic at his place of busi ness last week Chailes Knapp, ex-tdieiltf, was in town on Saturday. He has lecently returned fiom Pasadena, Cal., where he has extensive Interests. The drama presented bv local talent on Friday evening for the benefit of Reed's hand netted about $.'5. How's This ? We offer One Hundred Dollais Itev.aid for any case of Catanli that can not bo cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cuie. P. J. CIH3NI3Y & CO . Props . Toledo O Wo tho undersigned, hnve known I" J. Chenoj for the lust 13 sears, and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business tiansactlcns nnd llnancl.dlv t.blc to carry out any obligations made bv their lirm. West S. Trua, Wholesale Druggists, To ledo, O Waldlng, Klnnan S: JIaivn. Whoclsalo Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, noting directlv upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price TjC. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimon ials free Hall's Family Pills are tho best. PECICVILLE. Sunday morning tho Peckvillo water supply gave out and the mains of the Arehbald Water company ran dry. No water was turned on until late yestei day. Representative of the Aichbald Water company have examined the water mains nnd are unable to ac count for the sudden stoppage of water, unless there Is a break In tho pipe OR. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND GRAIN TREATMENT THE OHIG.S'AL' ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, Ji eoldundor positivo AVrltten Guarantee, hyanthoritod agents only, to cum Weak Memory, Dizzwoes, Wakefulness, Kits, Hjc-term, Ouick cess, Night Losees, I.vil Droams, Lack of Contl denoe, Norrousness, Lnesllndo, ell Drains, Youth, till rrorr, or Uxccssivo Un of Tubucco, Opium, or Liquor, which leads to SUecry, Consumption, Insanity and Death. At more or by mail, SI a box; eix for $5; with written guoiHiitoo to cure or refund money. Huniplo pack nice, containing five dnjor treatment, with full instructions, 5 cents. One enmplo only sola to cacu person, ai store or vy man. grncd Label Special extra sironntn. s For Imnotencr. Loss of Powflr. Lost Alanhoocl. Btsrility or Ilsrronners r 51 n uox; six lor td. wniig- trt imrnln Alrijtin. AtRlnrt.'diul vC& vvriiTpn nuurjDiur- .n. u.a. fiSPDRtorhviiiRll. APTl-.F For Sale by W 11,1am (J. Clark, 316 Perm Ae Scranton, I 'a. mm is mm, - l. -.. I n 1 0 WA 'H a tm?$L- &m f 'ffl& Kfm Mini rfia iv tvr lx"MiJ0M m XK "JI Sy I T)V ; DAVID n? Avenua. Branch and the escaping water drains Into some abandoned mine wot king. The water has not come to tho surface. It piactlcally leaves tho town without fire protection, as thcie Is not ut pre sent prcsure enough to glvo combat to iv Jlre. Don't forget the donation Wednes day evening, also the curloplly shop, etc. The Oypsles will bo there lo tell our fortune. Hemembcr the place, M. II church parlois, free supper. Jjeavo nil curiosities with Mr. Hi nest Swingle und they will tucclvo proper attention Airs. C. Aloyle and daughter, of Hcraiiton, icturned home toduy utter vlsll.iig her daughter, Airs. Hmst Swingle. The Piano society of tho JI. E. chuich have secured the services of Aliss Sadio Kaiser, the talented soloist, for a con ceit .Monday evening, April "I. Allfcs Laura Iloberts Is spending n few days with her parents at Aluhlai buig. Aliss Carile Wife, of Wllkes-Haire, who lrns been visiting friends here, teturned home josterdav. Corpoiul W. O. Lathrop Is vluttl li? his parents, Air. and Alia. Ilalsey La throp. OLYl'HAIJT. "Faust" will he presented bv Porter J. White and his superb company at the Father Alathew house not Friday evening with Air. White in tho lole of Alephlsto. The company carries their own special sceneiy and one transfor mation scene follows nnother In tapld succession until the climax. Is teached, making a magnificent spectacle. JIIm Olga Verne is the leading lady. Allsies Sadlp O Alallcy and Elizabeth Doughertv. ot Bloomsbiirg State Nor mal school, are "pending their spiiiig vacation at their homes here. AIis. Beinnrd Feeley is visiting her son, Rev. J. .1. B. Feeley, at Nicholson. Air. and Mrs. John Wnlklngshaw, of Wllkes-Baire, who have been spending u few days with lelatlves hero, will leturn home today. Aliss Alnme Burke, of Park Place, Is tho guest of Aliss Nell'e Gnllaghor. Aliss Alary Allllie, of Archoalc). "a visiting her aunt. Airs. John Feiguson. Aliss Lizzie Rogan, who nas lien spending the past month at he.- iotn on Scotch stuet, letumed to Scranton yesterday. CLARK'S SUMMIT. Theie are quite a number of cuses of fccarlct fever In this place and It keeps spreading, because children just get ting over it go lo .school and tho people In geneial aie veiy caieless with it. Tho Uaptlst people will soon occupy their now chuich. Airs. R. Kimble and little daughter nie both icpoited 111. Air. Charles Dally will move Ills fam ily to Lake Winola on April 1. Air. Benjamin Ross will move Into the house vacated by Air. Dally. to auacxs and extri rnniiors be is cone in health and nursu. If he, lo honor and honesty.writcatons.we send oacK lomm.wiin out advance payment or CO D., one month's trial treatment, by the vrrybot spceiallrt", snd n developing upinrntwi for louincf and upbuild 1ns No cheap llUle tablets and crude, vulgar contrivance. Ours is the scientific treatment of original lnvutlgator&, and If sou are not sausflcd, return without co6t to yon. If itprores just what jou have been lonslug for, you keep It and pay our reasonable price It has enred thoucaods and established robust vigor. It will core ou. In honor wo oiler It, with priceless information, FREE TO WEAK MEN. ErieEr!cdicaiGoBuffaIo,H.Y. ! Ill's SO Lager Beer Brewery Alanufacturers of OLD STOCK P8LS 5ifiB.BSi.,SinPa. lelephone Call, 3333. Store in Pittston. Strongvirbrds TO plWeak H Men j VsZj a J How can u uoaV, deI- iviA rTT i tallzcd man physically ?12JjiAsi I to"-'1 the rraixin'lblll- t lXL I ' tiesnfllfo? IfbatnuU AM OW, JONAS LONG'S SONS. Mammoth Sale 0 to Be Soid at . Cents on the Bo! T HESE BLACK GOODS aiv Horn the bin Now York warerooms Appraisers and sold on Februaiy 8th a more remaikable sale was ) never held in the mettopolis of America. j The New Yoik Commeicial papers of February )lh ) naci rms to sav 01 u.e ureal l ude event : "Neatlv 10,000 pact's ot (lit l.unotis '(loM Mcil.il" bi.nui ol M.ick labiics were knocked down .it miction in the warciooins ot I-tclJ, Gnrmi.iu c- Co. vcbtetd.iv niorning. The goods weie 111 biy lots 1 lit. piincip.i! pur chasers being Seitjel, Cooper Co , U. II. M.icy. HhticVi Bros., Hlooniindale Huls. of thwcitv. ! II. White & Co.. Boston; Jonas LoimNSntK Sciv.iiton ajsd Wi'Iu" lltirre, l'a.: Mioncm.in Bios., Philadelphia: .uid tlie Fan' and A. M. Rothschild. Chicago." Our pait ot this immense stock compiises more -5 pieces and yards than have ever been assembled under a single roo'f hereabouts and the temaikably low pi ices at which they were sold to u makes it within our power to otfer the most wonderful values ever known. Actual Worth, 39c to $3 yd, Our Prices, tfic to $1.45 yd. "Gold Medal" diess goods are famous lor their superiority of weave, finish and lustre and richness ol color. When you take into consideration that black' is "always in fashion" and that a dress from this stock is within your reach as to pi ice -you'll come to tealize that the selling which began here on Monday will eclipse any event of the kind ever held in Scranton. Lot l,yd ny2c Assorted lot of line '1 v ill Cashmeres and o-inch figured Mohairs, the retail value of which is fully 59c yard. Lot 2, yd 22c Assorted lot ot 6 inch plain Mohair, 45 inch Storm Serge, Clay Cashmere, all wool Hen riettas and figured Soliel; worth 39c. Lot 3, yd 35c Assorted lot of all-wool 52 inch Suitings, 56 inch Beauciette, all wool Cashmeres and .jo inch pure Mohairs. Worth so cents to 6t cents. Lot 4, yd 47c Assorted lot fine 45 inch Cre ponette Jacquiras, comprising Calista, Bernolle, Elms, Lysta and other weaves, worth 98c yd. Lot 5, yd 50c Assorted lot of tine Jacquard Soliels, Creponnettcs, Pure Mo hairs, 54 inch Ladies' Cloth, 45 in Henriettas. Value 75c to 1. Lot 6, yd 59c Assorted lot of tine 45 inch Henrietta Boucle Ciepe, Ciepons and Storm Serges retail value per yaui, Soc and 1. 10. Bicycle Perfection Has at last been rcaMiel 111 the pioduction of the 1899 MODEL GHAINLESS SPALDING We would be pleased to have yju c.i'.l and examine it. florey & mm ESS1I COIL At Retail. Coat of tho best quality (or domestic i. nnd of all elzea. Including Buckulicut anl ISInlseye, delivered in any pait ot tin city, at tho lowest price. Orders recolved ut the olllcc. first Hoar. Commonwealth building, room No 6, telephone No. IC2I or at tho mine, u-ld-plione No 272, Mill be promptly utlcmloJ to Denlcrj supplied nt the mine. MOUNT PLEASANT COAL CI) THE DICKSON M'F'fl 01 tcruuton nnd Vllkes-ltrrv 'i. JUinifuclnreri of LOCQAIOTIVES.STATIONARY ENQINES llolleri, llolstlnz an 1 I'uniplif Mi; n ti-y. General Olllce, Bet ant on, l'a. JONAS LONG'S SONS. BL of Field Chapman & Co.. S Auctioneers. Thev were ( Lot 7, yd 75c Magnificent lot ol fine Hen riettas, Serges, Cheviots, Clay Diagonals, Canvas Crepons, Pop lin and Drap de Solid. Positive letail value 1.00 and $1.50 yard. Lot 8, yd 89c Assorted lot of Silk and wool warp llenucttas, Stoim Serges, Poplins, Jacquards, and Plain Soliel. Iiveiy yard in this lot is worth from $i.2S to $1.00. Lot 9, yd 98c Assorted lot of Silk Warp Henriettas. 5b in. Storm Seigcs, Fine Clays, Venetians, Merind and so forth. Positively worth fiom Si.so a y.ud up. Lot 10, yd $1.25 Assorted lot of very new and stylish Crepons, Cheviot-, Piiu Camel's Hair and Elegant Pop lins. Everv yard in this lot woilh Si 7s d. upw.uds. Lot El, yd SS.45 A beautiful assortment 01 new Ciepons, Silk Warp Budora, Gienadines and othei very Dlvl ish weaves. Retail valua up w.uds from (: 00. Lot 12, yd 93c In this 1in.ll lot are some won doifui v.iltits in 6 111. Astra khans and Boucle Suitings. Not a vaid ii tn e lot woith It." than Si. 71 ami up to '-;.oo. n . vtok. TSJ W' '.VV'XVA1 21! Washington Ave. Op, Court Eio'j3. MA1CK PERFECT PEW A4m!ul F L"ikei Hit'juyai I iuii(loni of Clf vEivl 'ir l" 0l rutun J 10 u Thu very Vr jWiWft',''lM.OUit.rimiirtlHf loin wJkifil5l "' illln memory tnd th ! 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Uonlvoapat. reTrittenn'nianKwtoeilMtai iro C.fi PTft lit uuueuteor rfund tbo monnj I'rlcuiJU U vlirnc r 'cuiu, or oil 1 1 ifn (full ironlmcut) for fS,M. llr rmit. in nJaia vrrftPLr ntmn r'Kn, t uf rrirw. rlrraleF ' AJAX KEMUDY CO., 'IftSftJ'Y.p- Kor pnle In Scrantcn, Pa by JIatthowa Bros, and II, C, 8andcrscn( drugista. KS, ft? S7S1 Fteor, riiH i TMu,uto . cue i IV X by Aba.o or tUier Iiljui cna Iudlr flQ crrtlon. 'I autcKtu ami tureltt