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1HE SCRANTON XiUBUNE-SATL xtDAY MORNING. MAKCII 17. 1894.
mm OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIAIS
G.. B. & Co.,
Inn"-'"'1"1 fi Eifi O'nnr
Sarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. B.
EYE, EAR, NOSK ANO THROAT.
I TO luo A. M.
OFFICE HOURS :
35 WYOMING AVE.
Miss Sarah MoL.iue has rlurutiJ from
Mrs. E. S. Kecd, of Irving aveuue, is
J. K. Koyuolds, of Berwick, wns iu this
B. v. Camming, jr., cf Pottsvllle, wa
hero jmU rday.
Ed Eiselo ami Charles HOOM spout last
TOdng In Taylor.
E. S. Whituoy, of L'arboudalo, was m
thiS city yesterday.
B, B. Ackerly, of (.'lark's Green, was
yesterday m Bcranton,
Mr. and Mrs. V. Davis, ot Cat skill, N.
Y., are at the Wyoming.
U C. King, of Pittstou, was yesterday
angagsd m buHiues here.
Miss Nellie CoanelL ofTowanda, i visit
iu her sHter, Mrs. Keeau.
W. D. Johusou, of I.eraysville, was a
Visitor lu Boranton vesterdav.
Happenings of i Day That Will lnterast Hyde
THE DEATH OF A POPULAR LADY
Italians Held on Charge of Assault.
Miss Stella Stubblebine Tendered I
Delightful Surprise-Funeral of
Thomas Lloyd John J. Lewis In
jured Batch of Interesting Notes,
Personal and Otherwise.
Miss Edith Mead, of Bmgunuitoti, was I
in tuis cuya few hours yetterdty
Mrs. A. K. Schwartz, of AUoutowu, is
Visiting Mends on Adatm aveaue.
Mrs. A. B. Burns and daughter, Hattie.
of Moutrose, were m tvrautou yesterday.
L. C. Lark and (.ieorga V. Hall, of
W ilkes-Barre, were iu Scrautou yester
day. Miss Mails George, of Pittstou, is vmt
ln iiiss Aunie O'Doanell, of Brick ave
nue, Q, M. Hughes, ot the Now York, Ontario
and Western railroad, is at the Valley
Miss Mary D lersam, of Penn aveuue. has
accepted apositioa in the Colliery Engi
U. K. Stiles, of tfre.it Bend; K. H. Wells,
of Elniira; W. S. Heury, ot Saratoga, are
at the Westintuater.
J. B. Hinton. of Otrego; A D Luudy. of
WUltamaport; J. J. '.'urtis. of Ilouesdale,
are at the Valley dome.
Mr. Robinson, of N'ew Y'ork. treasurer
of the Asphalt Trinidad company, was
calling on fneuds yesterday.
Miss Mollie Weiss, of Uouesdale. who
has been visiting friends in the city for
the past two months will return hooie
Rv. J. S. Breckcnridie, superintendent
of the Methodist Episcopal hospital at
Brooklyn, X. Y, Is at the Valley House.
He will leave at noon for Syracuse.
Dr. Keys, of North Main avenue, left
yesteiday for southern Italy, where he
Intends to sojourn tor a Don pie of months.
He will make an extended tour through
Europe and Via teYeral of the leading
medii al universities of the nations through
which he will pass. He will return m
V. H. Lyman, one of the editors of the
Tuukhanuock New Age. accompanied by
lis brother-in-law, J. B. Atkinson, of
Lenoir, N. C, was lu Scrautou yesterday.
The two took in a few of the sinlits of the
City, were for a time interested observeis
of the proceeding of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union convention in Elm
Rev, J. (i. Whitmire, of 1014 James
street, returned Tuesday evening, after an
absence ol two weeks. The first week he
improved in attending the annual session
of the central Pennsylvania conference of
the Evangelical association, which was
held in Eat Prospect, Pa. The second
week he visited friends and relatives at
iarrisburg, New Berliu and Oraogeviile,
TOMORROWS CHURCH SERVICES.
Saint lckf.'s church Rev. Roger
israel rector. Jfifth SuLuay .Palrui it Lent.
a.m. Holy communion, service una ser
non, U':) a. m.; Sunday school, 3 p.
m. : evening prayer and sermou,7.3o p.m.;
nursery open at 1(1 a. m , at 888
Washington avenue, where children will
be kindly cared for while parents attend
Sai.nt Luke's DtftlMOM Mission -A. L.
Urban in charge. Fifth Sunday in Lent.
Sunday school Up. m.; evening prayer and
sermon, 4 p. m.
Second Prkshterian CHURCH Be
Charles E. Robinson, D. U , pastor, service
at 10:30 a. in. anil 7.P.0 p. m. The pas
tor will give in the evening the
third lecture on "(treat Women of the
Old Testament, " subject, "Esther ' All
teals free In the evening. All welcome at
siMrsoN MtnoviST Episcopal Church
-Sunday, March 1 preaching in the morn
ing by Lit. Peck; in the evening by Rev.
William Parsons. Sunday school at noon.
Washhurn ht. Przsbttibia Church
Services at 10;80 a. n, and 7:20 p In,!
morning serv.c in commemoration or
Palm Sunday. Th'm "The Aoasement
of Self and the Exaltation of Jeans." Eve
ing rvir ihein" for ycinng men, "A
Clean Record. Bible class at IK; junior, at
4; senior, i:iOp. m. A cordial welcome to
Church or Christ, Scientist- Sncer
hollaing. olS Adsms Street, Bible lesson
at 10:1(0 a. rn. and church service nt 7:. p.
m. D. N. McKee, speaker. All are wel
come. Seats free.
First Baptist CHURCH Pastor T. J,
Collins will preach Sabbath nt 10.80a m.,
7 p. m. Morning (home, "A Pattern of
Love." Evening theme, "A Wrestling
Match. " Seats free. All welcome.
Ei.m Park Methodist EPISCOPAL
Church VV. t(. I'earce, pastor. .Morning
service nt 10.80 o'clock, subject, "The
Lnml) Shiin." Evening servie" at 8.80
o'clock, subject, "Saul Soothed." Sunday
school at - o'clock. Kpworth league at
Park Place M k r iiooist BPISOOPAti
Church Rev. J. F. Jones, pastor. Prarh
ing at 10.80 a. m. Bubjeet, "Danger of
Appointing the Work of the Lord." Even
ing, 7.80, the servic will he of especial
interest to the Epworth league.
Trinity Evangelical MuaiOir corner
Luke and Kurtz streets Rev. .1. (1. Whit
inire, pastor. ('reaching services. IOiSU a.
m. Prayer and testimony 11,48 a. in. Hun
day school, 8 p. in. Preaching 7..I0 p. m.
DUNMORE 1'RESIIV TEIUAN CllUltCII-Sllb-
jec, of the morning service nt 10.80a. m..
"The Value of the Words of Christ." Sab
bath school nt Vi noon. Evening service
at 7.8U. christian Endeavor at MliOp. in.
Calvary Rekormld i'iiciich -Corner of
Monroe nvenue and Gibson street. Rev.
W. H. Stubblebine. pastor. Preaching
10.30n. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning sub
ject. "Epistles of Christ." Evening sub
ject, "Are There Degrees in lleuvonf"
Strangers always welcome.
Pknn Avenue Baptist Church Rev.
Warren U. Partridge, pastor. Services ut
10.30 a. in. and at 7.30 p. in. Sermon
in the morning to the "Boys Brigade;" in
the evening, "An Immortal Eulogy from
Christ." All are welcome.
Grace Reformed EPISCOPAL Church
Babbsth a. m 10.30, nod p. m 7.30.
Morning subject, "Failure in the Trust,"
I Kings xx, 40; evening, "Philemon's Gos
pel," Philemon xvili, 19.
(The West Side olllca of th SnmsMI
TitnicNK is located at IJs S.mtu Main ave
nue, trharasubeetipttons, advertisement
and COOSmUnloatiOUS will receive Drompl
Mrs. M V. BarTf, nee Miss BIDS
O'Mallfy, di-J at lior home Id South
Wilkss-Barre on Thursday morning
after a short illneis. Mrs. Harry was
a well known and popular young lady
Sue was a former resident of tins side,
where she has many friends who will
mourn her has The remains were
brought to this city yesterday after
noon to the home of her mother, Mrs.
(.)' Malley, i f 8,000 JilCklOO street. The
funeral will occur this morning, A
solemn high lines of requiem will be
ceUbrate I iu St. Patrick s church nt
o'clock, liiterin-iit will be made iu
the Hyde Park CatholU cxmetery.
Assault and Bittsry.
A oonpls of Italians wre arralgnad
before Alderman T. T. Morgan yester -day
momlng on a ohargeof assault and
battery eoututtttad on the parson of
Michael Ross, a fellow counuy man, by
saragaly attacking him with a shovel,
Inflicting a gash on ths bead. Tnsman
were employ '1 on the Erie and Wyo
ming railroad as taction hands and
were working near No. 0 when the as
sault was luada. Constable JoluiDi
vi.'S made the arrest. The names of
the aggressors are Mitlnel Haveron t
and Dominick Monchona. They wars
heM to bail in the sum of f.'JJ encn for
their appearance at court.
An Evjniuu Party
Tue borne of Miss Stella Stubblebine.
on Eyuou strset. was the scene of an
enjoyable surprise party, which occur
red on Thursday eveuiug During the
ev-ninjj the Apollo Banjo, Mandolin
and Guitar club raudered several ex
Otlltnt seltctious. Miss Stubblebine
jilaved the piano very skillfully.
Games and other diversions assisted in
makiu the evening n most pleasant
o:ie. R-freshmeuts were served at
Xbose present were Misses Emma
; Sloat, Ti'.lie Havard, Gussie Sloat, Car
I rie chafer, of Michigan. Stella and
Liura Stubblebine, and Dannie Jones,
ElgarDavies, Will Cadwgau, George
Sanders, Harry Hall aud lieruert Hall,
Thomas Lloyd Birltd.
T'ue funeral of Tiiomas Llyd. who
died on Tnesday eveuiug. was largely
attended yesterday from his late borne
on Divisioo street. The many friends
gathered at the residence, where they
g.iz .'l for the last time on one who was
loved und respected by all who ltusw
liiui. Impressive servics were con
ducted by Rev. D P. Jones, paitor of
the Tabernacle Congregational church
The fl ;ral offerings were nntnrons and
of neat design. The K'liglita of the
Golden Eigle lode, of which he was a
memb-r, attendei. The pall bearers
w-;r selected from the lodge.
Miactllaneoui Niwi Notes.
Mrs. G E Fling and son, Jo, of
G?rmantowu, Philadelphia, are gues's
at the nome of Dr. P. F. Struppler on
South Main aveuue.
Mrs Kate McGill. of Tenth street,
has returned from Nw York.
Gent's furnishing goo Is, collars,
cutT, neckties, suspender', shirts and
underwear at MfcAKSii: H.mikn'S.
Bargains in ladies', gent's aud chil
dren's fait black hose at
MlARS & Haoen's.
Mrs. John Lining, of Plttston, is vis
iting Mrs. James Barrett on Tenth
Mrs. P Itenker. of South Bromley
avenue, is seriously ill.
Rev. D. A. Evans, of the North End,
will occupy the pnlpit at the Plymouth
Congregational church tomorrow
morning at 10.80 and 7 p. rn.
William Gorman, of the Continental,
is ill with plenro-pneutuonia.
Mrs. Howell Harris, of South Main
avtnOa, baa returned from W'ilkes
Barre. BpRI)KI DNDIRWgAR,
A full line of ladies' and gent's un
derwear at MlARS & BaOBN'8
Mrs Iisac Keese, of Peckville, called
on West Side friends Wednesday.
Robert Jones, of Academy street, is
rehearsing the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal Chnreh choir for the Katar
music during the absence of Professor
W, Jone, th chorister, who is sick,
A French Model corset for 80 cents
at MlAM & Hauls t
lit L C. Floyd, D. I) , past or of
the Simpson Mstbodlst Episcopal
church, has returned from Baltimore
and will occupy the pnlpit on Sunday
Mrs George Martin, of Academy
street, has been called to Sayre by the
illness of a relative.
We open Saturday morning a new
lin ot figured China silks nt 800, All
new styles mid prettv patterns.
Mkaiis & HaQBH,
John J. Lewis, n team lielpvr em
ployed in the rock vein at the fjSponiS
mine, received a kick from a mule
while at work yesterday. Tho blow
was recived on the thigh, and al
though painful, is not of a serious na
ture. The Ladies' Aid society of the Simp
son Methodist, Episcopal church gave a
free missionary sni.per last evening to
their fri-mds. Cake, coffee aud ice
crenin were served.
Miss Ida Phillips, of the North End,
visited friends here yesterday,
Imogeno, guaranteed ijsl 00
Alice " J 25
M. & H. " 1 85
Jouvin " 1 50
Jouvin, fancy " 1 75
Wears & Hacjun.
and Mrs Heury Frey, Dr. and Mrs
Abbey, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Halde
mao, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Lindly, W. D.
Evans, of Carbondale; T. Uolthatu, of
Wilkes Barre, J. Saodo, of Wilkas
Barre; Mrs. Moses Thomas, Mrs E. K.
Crothiimel, Mrs. Jentiio James, Miss
Jessio Wilbor, Miss Jones, Miss Dolcy
Haldsman, Frnuk Evans, Charles
t'obb, ( s Baldaman.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood will leave iu a
few days for Santiago, California,
where t hoy will live. Mrs. Wood's
mother, Mis. Mary Ferbrr, will ac
company them as far us Laramie City.
SAVE THE THOROUGHBREDS.
A Un j io Address to Be Q.ven at th
Y M. C. A.
Ella Clementine Rodgers, of Now
Yiok, will addrast the young men's
masting at the Y'oung Men's Ouriatlan
association on Sunday afternoon on the
subject, "Save the Thoroughbreds "
Miss Rodger is well known as a
forcible lectin r and author of the
''('lover Leaf Pledge," The usual in
(tasting ksong service will precede tho
MR. WILLIAMS DROPPED DEAD.
He Was a Brother or Justice Williams,
of the State Supreme Court.
A man about 05 years old, with a
full beard, of a brownish color, fell
dead on the Delaware and Hudson
railroad tracks on South Washington
avenue, near the Steel Works depot,
yesterday afternoon aoout 5 o'clock.
HS proved to be Joseph L. Williams,
of Harford. Susquehanna county. Cor
oner J A. Kelly was notified and he
arrived soou alter. After viewing the
remains he ordered Undertaker Owen
Cnilok to remove the body to bis estab
lishment on Washington avenue. In
the pockets ot the dead innu were
found papers that identified hiiu us a
brother of Justice H. W. Williams, or
the state supreme court. A pocket
book containing 13,18 was nlso found,
which, together with the papers, are iu
possession of Undertaker Owen Cu-iok,
It wns learned that his wife came to
the city with him aud that they had
taken temporary quarters at 1917 Vine
street. Undertaker Cusick communi
cated the news to her, aud she visited
the establishment and identified the
remains as those of her husband. She
stated that the funeral would bi held
In H irford.
An inquest will bo hold Tuesdav
night. A jury has been impaneled.
The dead man was well dressed and
an empty laudanum bottle was found
lu his pocket.
Tne musical entertainment at the
North Main Avenue Methodist Epis
copal church last evening was a thor
Mrs. Caroline Smith, of Mylert ave
nue. died March 14, aged 'JO years. Her
remains were conveyed yesterday at 10
o'clock u. m. to II izletou for inter
The pupils of St. Mary's Parochial
school will bold an entertainment at
St. Mary's hall tonight.
A masquerade social was hnl 1 at the
home of Albert Caseline, of Chnron
avenue, Thursday night.
Miss M. T. Burns arrived home from
Xew York yesterdav.
1 i.i'M made butter 22c.
eggs at Rein hart's market.
Y. W. C. A. GLEANINGS.
An enjoyable and profitable occasion
will be the qiitrterly ssserably or the mem
bers of the Yoong Women's Christian us
so' intiou next Tuesday evening, March 80
The president desires to meet every mem-
b-r f the association nt that tune. Un
Sunday at 4 o'clock Rev. D. W. skellenger
will speak before tho members and friends
of the association in tho rooms at Mj aud
808 Washington avenue.
The Juniors will meet today at 4 o clock
f .r their llible hour and on Monday at
sam- hour win givo an enteitaiiim-nt In
both of these they will iuvite their girl
friends over lb years or age.
A musicale will be given for the benelit
ot the iiswictation March 20 at the resi
denceof Mr. aud Mrs. C. H.Scott. The
admission will bo a silver offerliig. The
best talent m the city will be upon the
The Gospel meting at the South Side
louug Women s ( hnstlan association, to
morrow, will be lend by alissuliV" "use
All women and gir:s aie invited, but start
early to get a seat. The attendance on
'li meetings Is very large slid the chairs
Monday evening a conversations will be
given to members only at tho South Side
rooms, which promises a good time to each
member over 12 years of age.
Rsad WhatThsy Sav of li
(In comparison of The Triiiunk edition
of the Encyclopedia untanuioa with Scnb
tier s, for which I paid il25(Kl I Hud that
they are the ss inn throughout, plates and
engravings mid all, except that I he Trih
unk edition has the American articles and
siiili'inentl matter written up to date,
ami later maps; making it, with tliue ad
ditaons in history, biography, science, etc.
more desirable us a wnrk of reference than
the expensive edition. No One Will qiles
Hon the superiority ol llio llriiannica over
all Encyclopedias, Its merit, together
with the phenomenal prie,, and easy terms
should place it In every home.
IIoraci: H Hanp,
Attorney and counsellor
PLEASANT FAREWELL PARTY.
Ttndrd to Mr. and Mrs. N. Z. Wood,
A farewell party in honor of Air. and
Mrs. N. Z. Wood, of California, was
given Wedneslay evening at the home
of Mrs. Wood's sister, Mrs. Samuel
Haldeinan. of 51 1 Wyoming avenue.
Tim e present were Mr. and Mrs. H.
F. Ferber. Jacob Ferber, Mrs. Mary
Ferber, Mr. and Mr. Jacob Hetsel,
Mr. and Mr. Robert Haag, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Haag, Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Lnnning, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hockel, Mr. and Mrs. John Harvey,
Mr. and Mrs. Mathas Robeling, Mr.
I have carefully examined the reprint of
the Edinburgh edition of t he Enoyalopadta
uritHuuica ortereo ny thi i tiucne, iu
volu ne-, and Hod it. thoroughly reliable
being i copy of the original with American
artii'1-s nnd supplemental matter written
to dsle nnd later man1, besides being iu
volumes more convenient to linndle.
CHARLKS E RoIiinson.
Pastor Second Meinoiial' Presbyterian
I am always glad to rcoomiti"iid a good
thing. I have used wltli great sutisfatioii
the ninth edition of tho Encyclopedia
BrltannlCa, and it would be among the
very last of my books with which I would
c piisent to part. Its ejtieles are written
by men entitled to Mieak with authority
Itisa storehouse of information which
one riindv ronsultv, in vain. The oppor
tiinltv to consult, such a work daily Is cei
tainly valuable, and association with such
men as its Index cntnmgties can be put
ennobling. Wai.teh n. mimll,
Prim ipal SObool of the Lackawanna.
Annual Statement of the Mutual Life
( lur advertising columns contain in to
day's IsSUfl the annual slntement of tho
Mutual Life Insurance company, of New-
York. This company celebi nteil its semi
centennial last year, and idllioiigh the
business depression which prevailed
throughout, tne enure country sheeted
many other companies, its business was
Inrgur than any other year since Its fonn
dMion. HSCasnnsSSta have steadily in
creased during the llfty-two ynnrs of its
business life until now they amount to
more Ihnu f IWI.non.tXK). Its payments to
policy holder SZCSSO u;,ihi for every
iniKine-H day m the year. iNn withstand
ing its largo payments to policy holders its
increase iu assets last year was more than
$11,000,000, and its increase iu surplus
nearly f8,OOM,nOO. Such lesulls as the
above may indeed be considered wonder
ful when accomplished during u perl
of wide h mil, i ml disaster.
T. U. McCliucock has opened a Mower
store at 4df Spruce street for Luster trade
where the choicest (lowers can be pur
NOTES OF SOUTH SIDE
appouiDiis ol a Day Tbat Will
Many Tribuuu Kuadurj.
HIEVES ARE AGAIN AT WORK
Broke Into a New Building on Pros
pect Avenue Mozart Quartetto
Will Give a Complimentary Concert.
New t-oot Bridge at Elm Street.
Neptune Hoso Company to Ban
quet Many Brief Items.
Contractor P. J. May, of Bellevne, is
putting up a frame building on Pros
pect avenue for a man named Thomas
llarley. Last Thursday night thieves
broke into the building and stole a keg
of nails, s nue carpenter tool and a lot
of pine flooring. Mr. May has a clow
to the identity of tho raseals and in
tends to prosecute them if they do not
return the stolen property.
Complimentary Concart and Soolal.
The Mozart quartette club will give
a complimentary concert and social on
hiiistor'Mondav night at Uormaula hall.
It is an organization, of which Pro
ssor Karl It Saft is leader, and is
composed of very prominent people of
the South Side. It was organized ou
Sept. Ill lH'.i '. The object of the club
is to cultivate a taste'fer high class
music among the young men.
Will Play a New Pisse of Music.
ITie Forett band will play the now
"Forest March," a piece composed and
written by Brian Byron, leader of the
band, tor the hrst tune in public to
morrow in the Ancient Order of Hi
bernians' parade at Wilkes Barro
Byroti 1 a musical geulus of no mean
ability and his first etfort atcouiposi
t urn is a success. I lie piece bus an
original uud catchy air.
Nip'unss Will Banu.ut April 7
The Neptuue Fire company will have
banquet on Wednesday evening,
April 7, at tho room In the Neptuue
building. This is the first atfair of the
kind held by the boys since the orgau
isation of the company over fifteen
years ago. Only the members will
partake of the spread ou the occasion,
unless dilYerent arrangements are made
between now uud then.
VJsiUd the SUel Work Laat Night.
1'. H. O'Donuell, th brilliant
Georgetown orator, who delivered th
address at the entertainment of the
Young Meu' Institute, and a convoy
of young men consisting of John J.
Murphy, Michael T. Hawley, P. H.
Gilleran, Frank McCann, James J.
Scott and P. J. Gilligan, visited the
South work last night. The visit was
made for the purpose of sight-seeing.
It was toe first time Mr. U'Donnell eaw
the workings of rail making.
A N-w Foot Brldg for Elm Street
A new foot bridge to replace the one
now falling into decay, will be built on
Elm street between Prospeot and Stone
avenues. Select Councilman Weet
pfhal will have the expense of building
it churged to the ward appropriation.
Nwe in Briefer Form.
The employes of the Greenwood Coal
company will receivo their monthly
stipend this afternoon.
Gent's furnishing gooJs, collars,
cutis, necties, suspenders, shirts and
underwear at Meaks & Hauen S,
James McCoy, a bammersinati at the
Scranton Axle works, who had his leg
broken h m time ago by slipping on
the ice, was able to get around on
i 'si nek Weir, of Birch street, is
bnilding a very fine family residence
next to his home. It will be one of the
handsomest building on this side when
Bargains in ladies', gent's nnd chil
dren's fast black hose at
Mears St Hauf.n's.
Patrick Lynch, of Crown avenue and
Birch street, and Miss Mary Davitt, of
l'ar street, will be married on April
ID in St John's church. Both have a
large circle of friends and congratula
tions are being showered upon them
A full line of ladies' and gent'i un
derwear at MlARl A Hauen 8,
Mrs Barbara Morgan, whose illness
wsb noted iu this column on a previous
date, died yesterday morning at 2
o'clock at her (laughter's home in
Mlnooka. She was the mother of
Michel Morgui and Mrs Barbara
Davis. The funeral will b held to
morrow afternoon at ii o'clock. Intel
msnt will be made in St. Joseph's ceme
tery. A Fiench Model corset for 50 cents
at Mkahs cV HaOKK's
A metting of the excursion commit
tee of tho Scranton Athletic club will
be held tomorrow afternoon at the
rooms of the clubat 8.80 o'clock.
Jacob Klein, of PittStOO avenue, has
been stricken with an attack of typhoid
John Kouenbtfgfr, of Beech street,
died Thursday afternoon at 'i o'clock at
the ag ot 05 The funeral will take
pliice this afternoon at, 11 o'clock. In
terment in PittSton avenue cemetery.
W open Srturday morning anew
line of figured China silks at 20c. AH
new styles ami prettv patterns.
MlAM A Hauen,
Florence Surgennt, 14 months old, n
daughter Ol Kdward Snrgeant of 1810
Prospect gtanns, died yesterday from
iiiflsmmatioii of the luugs. The funeral
will take place tomorrow
Tonight Hoyt "A Brass Monkey"
will be seen at the Academy of Muiio
tor the hrst time. Many of Mr. Hoyt s
laughable eouceit have been seen and
appreciated iu this city, aud there is
little doubt that "A Brass Monkey"
will be greeted by a large audience.
The company preHeutiug it contains
many excellent actors, who interptet
the lines aa Mr. Hoyt intended they
MR AND MRS. KENDAL
The engagement of Mr. and Mrs.
Kendal at the Acadsmv of Music next
Thursday evening is justly regarded its
one of the first dramatic events of the
current ssason. The Kuudala occupy
an exalted position iu social as well as
professional circles in London, lu this
country their succris has been nu less
notable. As this will be their only
appearance in this city, they will pre
sent til moat popular play iu their
ropertoiro. "lhe Ironmaster.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
ll'leler tins lieadlllU' short letter of Interest
will be I'liLllshed wllvn at roliipulilod, for pub
llr.it Ion, by thu writer's name The Thmiunk
will not he held responsible for opinions here
An Objection Opposed
Editor of Tru TRtBVHI
Hear SIR: No doubt Bezaleel llav u '
ideas of propriety are exact and COUSCleu
tious, hut the fact or Ids trying to oppo-e
the granting of a license to an old and
established house like Mrs. Jones', a poor
widow, who is trying to make an honest
liviug, shows that gentleman up iu his true
colors. We, living in tho Fifth wnrd, do
not object to the grauliug of u license to a
reHpeetable and orderly houae like that of
Mrs. Jones'. K (j.'Craniml.
March lb. Ill
Musi Boxaa Exclusively.
Rest made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Oauischl A Sous., manufacturers,
10.10 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Won
derful urrheetrlal organs, only 10 and $10
Specialty: Old music boxee carefully re
paired and improved with now tune.
McHripk'k uow Turkish bath. Every
thing new. oUti Spruce street, opposite
Going through our stock we made a careful selection o)
NEW SUITS . . .
To close out these odd lot we will sacrifice them,
Our Bargain Counters Filled with Surprises,
Martin &. Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
M. .V- 11.
. $1 (HI
Mkahs ,fc Haokn.
205 Lackawanna Ave.
Largest and Best Line in
CHINA ! HALL
MICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
PRING . . .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
5 The GENUINE New S
I 'IMTHUSHeF FIaNOS I
S ESTAB. 1866.
New York warerooma, No.
W Fifth avenue. Z
I E, C. R1CKER & CO., 1
g Sole ueAleri In toil notion g
m Ofitce IS3 Adam! Avenue
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Ttin Sitriiilist on tb) LCft Ilt'nilnohtvs. nnil
Ni'rviuiHio'w iftiiubi Littont nnd Improved
Stylo nf Kyn QbsdM nnd SmtncUw at tin
LOWWj PHOM. Bust Artitlciai Kyes loterttd
SO& SPRUCE ST., op. Post 0 flic.
For the Spring and
Sumnitr of '94.
Stock Large and Attractive.
Prices the Lowest on Record.
VISIT US, BUY OR NOT,
G. W. OWENS
Cloak Makers and Furriers.
D 1 'Kl :CE ST..
O COCKT HOUSE syilAHl
Union for Ever
WE ARE ov OFFERIN'Q THE
FIENBT LINE OF BIOYOLEI AND
TR10YOLB81 FOR KEN AND BOVS
IN THE CITY. WE ARB BOLE
AGENT! rou THE LEADERS,
UNION 0, T.
Special for This Com
Lulies' Kid Button, pointed snd
Philadelphia toes, patent leather
tips; special price, H 91 worm, o. ou.
Ladies' Dongola Kid Uuttoii.hand
sewed, special price, $3; worth $4 50. j
Misses' Kid Button, plain tees,
spring heel, special price, Si. S.'
Boys' School Shoes, Dongola top.
llaetJH to 5 k, snecial price, S 5:
worth " S-00
Men's Calf Patent Leather Luc-,
pointed loes, special price, S3 00;
worth . 00
Men's Calf Blucher, hand sewed
welt. Piccadilly last, special price.
Sa. 8g; worth P M
l.itlla Hova" Shoe, button and
lace, sprinic heel, made "just like
papa's, " sizxs B to 104, special price.
Ji. 50; worth fl-M
Youths' Calf, button and lace,
spring heels. Uoodvear welts. sizs
11 to II, special price, $a; worth, $2.50
SCH AUK'S Arcade Shoe Stow.
WYOMlXd A VI'.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
J AST EAR he had saved $300.
V He bought a house worth $1850
- paid 1800 dowu, gave a mort
gage for ILSSO. Today he esti
mates as follows:
Intercut on morttFatfe
1 it.xtt- Alio repairs
Net nn ihi on rent
Saved ou salavv
Toiipil on mortgage
. -x sa 119 so
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Block.
KKt lbci ion - iu rot u an tht
hOUSci will bI fr r nron t t i and 1 fthftU
1. t m hoiuv of ni own.'
URKKN RIPQK it th pAiadUe fr
lu'UU'i I 1 un Son I . m 1 - . v . I 1) flu
Ulu'il a btftUttfal Vtllft, which they offer,
on any pAytUODtt, ut S1850
tn ut thulr ottoe, between Wswhto.fc .a
HUd Ad A Oil on OltVC ti''t.
EZRA FINN & SON
Arc it Pmtnt the M.wt Fopalar mil Trtrwrcd b
Wtrerooms : Opposite Columbu Monument,
20B Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
The Great Marvel of Dental Science
A recent discovery and the sole
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WHAT J O. SEAMONS SAYS ABOUT
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Aftoi- Imvlnir rleven tet th 4xtraetfl at
on Hitting hy tli palnlp nieihotl, I pm
iioiinoe It cutlrnly aatUfaotorr lu ,.u
particular. J. U. SKAMOMS.
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ileges of the uupuralleled offer
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