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THE BCB ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 22. 1894.
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Theodore Connell returned last iM
J. A. Fawcott, of Oil t'lty, w.is In 8cru
Mr and Mr. M. 11 Hureunder are iu
New York city,
J. A. H. Campbell, of New York, w.is in
inns city yesterday.
A H. Saumleni, of Uiuhaiutou. wan In
Mr Lillian Wood, of Adams avenue, is
Viettlng friends at Moscow,
Mr. and Mr. S. Haslacher, of Koobester.
nre Spending a tew day here.
M H. fierce, of Marathon. N Y., va
calling ou Scrautou friends yesterday.
Attorney V. V. Watsoti returned yes
terday from a business irio to t'hicago.
E. P. Mucklow, of tlinersvllle, was eu-
gagd iu Srvrautou ou business yesterday,
J. D. Stoue, of PottSVtlle, and O. S.
Brown, of Princeton, N.J .are at tueWest
mtnster. 1. M. Uray, of Diugbamtoii, well known
anions northeastern Pennsylvania busi
ness men, is in the city.
U. C. Baooa, Harveyville; John D. Ful
ler, Klinhurst, and T. 0, Ueusou, of Har
Teyville, are at the Wyoming.
Rev F S. Balleutine, ol (! reeti Kidge. bss
been suddenly called to Philadelphia by
the serious illness of his mother.
John Joyce, of George street, will leave
this morning at 'J. 43 for New Y'ork and
wtll sail for Scotlaud on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. (. B. Houster, of Patersou.
N. J.. ar visiting tbeir daughter. Mrs.
Thomas Flitcroff, of Capo use avenue
J. A Davids, William Mis in. E P.
Holcomb, R. J. UoiTinan aud A. E. Green,
all Binshamtoniana, registered at the
Rev Dr. H. L. Jone. rector of St.
Stephen's Episcopal church, Wilkes-Burr,
preuched a ttrnion at th- church of the
Good Shepherd on Greeu Ritl.e street last
Colonel Ezra H. Ripple will deliver a
lecture at the Harford Soldiers' Orphan
school tomorrow evening. His sunject
will be "Personal Rerninisoeuces of South
ern Prison Life.''
O. M. Scripture, of New ork; C W.
Moses, of Du Bujs; F. A. Kellev, of Allen
iown:J. T. Hijjh, of Reading: E. J. Me
Cary. of Bnaton; J. D. Hake, of York;
Fruuk E. Harris, of Binghamton; B. W.
Strongman, of Bomodale; P. S. Harn.an.of
Bluonmbnrg; F. E. Parkhnrst, of Wilkes
Barro. are registered at the Valley House.
AtMrney C. C. Donovan was in Mont
rose yesterday, where tie instituted a con
test against.!. M. Westcott for E. D. Duu
nier. At th late election the face of the
returns showed that Mr. Westcott had
been elected tax collector of Forest City.
Mr. DnnniordeeiaresTu.it the returns were
not correct and that ho has been legally
J. Stanley Smith has returned from
Villa'inva college to -pend the Easter holi
days at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. c. Smith, on Adams avenue. Mr.
Smith takes high rank us a student at
VUlanova, and is also an important factor
in the management i f the athletic affairs
of the college This year he is in charge
of the base bail team.
Invitations have bean issued by Mr. and
Mrs William Conoell, of (.'lay avenue, to
the marriage of tneir daughter, Miss Anna
Augusta, to Charles Wesley Fulton, of
Boulder, Colo, the wedding to take place
in the Elm Park cli irch at S.HO o'clock on
the evening of April 4. At the close of the
ceremony a reception will b" held at tbe
home of the brine's parents from 0 to 11
Read What Your Noighbors Think of
The set of Britannica ordered firm you
has been received and unpacked, and upon
examination I find that the work exceeds
my expectations in paper, pr.nt and bind
ing. It is the great Edinburgh, page for
page, which I have always aesifea, but
could not purchase before on account of
the price, tlii in cloth.
John W. Wagner,
Principal No. 10 School.
Judge B, M. Kdwardssavs:
I have compared the volume of ynnr re
print of the Edin on rg edit ion af the Bri
tannica Encyclopedia with a volume of
the original edition in my nossession, and
I find it to be the urns, hesid-s having the
American additions. It is a complete li
brary in itself.
Thn is the age of books. Learning is so
broad and booka are so numerous that it
is impossible for any one to procure spa
rat" volumes upon all the sunjects which
at present engage human thought. Ill
place of thi3, good Encyclopedia is an at
tempt to abridge, or epitomise, and class
ify nil knowledge to bring it within the
limit of our Comprehension. After n somn
whHt careful study of three or four of the
principal Encyclopedias, I affirm without
hesitancy that the Britannica has no
anpenor. Banders of all classes should
W. (I. WATKINH,
Pastor Providonce Baptist church.
BcrARTOK, Pa., Dec. t, 1808,
About one yimr ago f pnrchnsed from
Charles Rcribner'i Hons the ninth edition
of the Encyclopedia Britannica, lentner
binding, i'i per volume.
Howard If, ktukktkr,
Attorney and Counsellor.
The public should appreciate mid take
advantage of Tiik Tiiihi;nk s offer of a
copy tit the great Edinborg edition of the
Encyclopedia BritanulCS with supple
mental matter added to each volume and
the latest maps, at fl.PS per volume, and
on ho easy pavmnnts it is a rare oppOftttfl
lty. It is a complete library and should be
iu the home of every school boy and girl.
One who bus never Wed an Encyclopedia
cannot appreciate its value. Let the boys
and girls loom its use when young, nnd so
lay the foundation. They t not using
Buch ulds half uuougli.
V. R. (Jiiavf.h,
Principal No. :j.r.
From the acoren
seems that enough
in I dish confidence.
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ROM WEST SIDE
s of 8 Day That Will Interest Hydo
FUNERAL OF MRS. EVA RIU
Services Conducted at the House by
Hev. Dr. Floyd -- Fredorick C.
Whitburn Interred - Exercises of
Welsh Oohgmgntlonal Sunday
School Coming Changes ol Busi
ness Houses - Dob.itu lor Iho
The West Sid office of the BonaJITOH
Tkibcri It located at 148 Booth Mam are
aue, w here subscriptions, adTerttssoteat
and communioationi will recsire prompt
The funeral of Mr Eva Rinker. who
died on Sunday at noon, wss held vs
terday morning at ;i o'clock from the
family home on Snath Itromley ave
nue. Impressive services v re hel l ut
the home by Rev. L C Floyd, l l..
pastor Of the Simpson Methodist Eiis -COpal
church The rxinains were
viewed by her numerous friendl as
they laid In the handsome black casket
at the residence. The dual tributes
were numerous and of neat design,
among them being a pillow inscribed
"Mamma," presented by her two
daughters; a bOQaat of Faster lilies
and a handsome basket of flowers.
During the isrvio 1 quartette cm
sistim; of Mis Nichols, Miss Cora
Storms, Tullie Morgan and Heotoi
James, rendered several appropriate
selections After the service the fu
neral cortege moved to the Delaware,
Lackawanna mil Western railroad
dopot and t:ie remains were taken ou
tuetf."0 train to Stroudlburg, where
interment was made. The pall beat
erswere: S. M Potter, Charles Hush,
tieorge Keess and S. M. lv'se. A 1 irge
number accompanied the remaini to
Frcdirick Whitburn Burisd.
The many friends of Fre teriob C
Whitburn, the yonng man who was
killed by Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western train, gathered at the hoim of
his grandmother, Mrs. Whitburn, on
North Qarfleld avenne, at 'i.M o'clock
yesterday, where the laat funeral ritet
over the jeoeatsd were held. dev. D.
C. Hughes, pastor o( theJaokton Street
Baptist church, officiated, and preached
an e'oquent termoa Among tb many
beautiful Soral offerings were a star
ami crescent by Eatsrprise loige. No.
21, Loyal Knights of America, who
were in attendance, and an anchor by
his cousins, ths Beddos brothers. In
terment w,is made in tli Washburn
Street cemetery The flower bearers
were William faopklnt nnd Evan Walt
ers, and tiie pall-bearers were Will
iam A. Phillips, John Phillips. David
Cadwgan, David Argus, William
Parry aud Gorge Carpenter.
The Sunday school of the First
Weish Congregational church, South
Main avenue, will give the following
programme at the evening services on
Easter Sunday, begining at ii o'clock.
All are invited Pastor Divid Jones
will preside. Superintendent Sunday
sohool, John Long; chorister, Rog-r
Evans; organist. Norma Williams.
U'-citntion, a Psalm Willi- Edwards
Solo Mrs. David Stephens
Silo Theopatliu Bowen
Recitation Miss Morgans
Solo William J. Danes
Solo David Stephens
Reading Mrs. George W. Poweli
Female chorus, "Christ the Lord Is Risen."
Solo William ICvaus
Address Samu-1 K. Jones
Solo Thomas Abraham
"I Was Glad When They Sai l Unto Me."
Recitation John T. D ivies
i:artette Lizzie Jenkins and Party
"How Beantifol Upon the Mountain-,"
A Comp'.ica'td Charge.
Miss Annie Van Schoover, a resident
of Eyuon street, was taken to the county
jail on Tuesdny evening in default of
lull on a charge of assault and battery,
preferred by Titus Evans. The case
was heard in the court of Alderman T.
T. Morgan. M1m Van ScKoover brought
a cross suit against Evms and one
against Constable IInrv Burschel for
breaking in her boute, Constant
Buttehel went to the woman's home
for the purpose of levying on her goods
snd finding the door open he entered.
As Mis Van Sch'.over was committed
to jail in default of bail on the first
charg, the cross cases havo been post
poned. Chenir's in April.
The (irb shoe store of Kiias E
Evans, on Sonth Main avenue will be
removed on April 1 to 227 Lkckawanna
avenue, where it will l opened under
the nnni of Evans and P., well. The
second partner i Samuel Powell, of
Jackson street. S. M. Reese, the hard
ware mirchant, Will occupy the store
to bo vacated by Mr. Evans. John
Rese on North Minn avenue, will
move into the firnner block formerly
ocenpied by the Boston atom company
on South Main avenue.
For ths Br .wnlnsr Cup
The postponed meeting in debate be
twoen the Vesper society of the Penn
Avenue Baptist church and the Yonng
PfOpie'l Literary and Debating society
of the First Welsh Baptist church
will be held tomorrow evs.iing at the
First Welsh Baptist chnrnh. The
subject, will I.- "Resolved, That
Trusts Are Detrimental to Com
mercial Prosperity " The Hyde Park
society will have the affirmative p'" of
the question and will be upheld uy E.
E. Riobatban. John J, Davlea and John
Reynolds. The debaters for the Ves
per society are Professor Lonls bangs,
E, A. Williams and Ueorge Falling r.
Ths News Condensed.
Mrs. H. C. Jones, of N BelUfUt
Street, is HI,
MllS Annie Divios, of North Brom
ley avenue, is visiting friends in Forest
Mrs. William Angrest, of South Ev
nrett avenue, it the guest of friends at
IS. J, Neville, of the firm of Neville V
Tiigue, is in Port Jorvis ou business.
Thomat I). Morgan, mine superin
tendent at Horatio, Jefferson county,
is visiting at the home of John J. Mor
gan, of Jackson street.
Arthur Heal, pr iprletOt of the Poo -pie's
store on South Main avenue, at
tended the funeral of a relative in
Elias E. Evana relumed from a butl
netl trip to Now York city yesterday.
Thotnaa H. Dale, Daniel Williams,
J. H. Williams ami J. A. Davies lei :
for Pottsville yesterday.
A dime entertainment and social will
he given at the Sumner Avenue Pres
byterian church on Eister Monday
The Twilight Soolal club will give a
social iu Meur's hall on Monday even
ing The Dickson Banjo. Mandolin and
Quitar club will give an entertainment
and soci il complimentary to the ladies
of the Enterprise, Sir Knights of Pleas,
ore, and Iroqnoit dancing class, iu
Mear's hull in the near future.
Herbert (iregorv, of Wyoming, has
retnmed home altera Tiaitwitli friends
mi this side.
A Taylor car Jumped the track on
Robinson street at an early hour yes
terday morning. Traffio was delayed
for about nil hour,
The committee appointed by the
West Side board of trade baa begun the
agitation of the paving of Robinson,
Ninth ami Jackson streets.
The Willing Worksrt' circle of the
Hampton Street Methodist Episcopal
church have postponed the "Curiosity
Social" until after Thursday, March
.'! The affair will he held at tbe home
Of Mr and Mrs. Richard Hall, 014
The r 'til i for w handsome p'ush rock
ing Ohair, given by Ins Our Night Out
club, will be hold on the evening of
Lenten services will be held thi
veiling at ? 30 o'olook iu st. David's
Episcopal uhurou on Tackton street.
I'omorrow (Qood Friday) morning a
Service Will be held at 10 o'clock, aud
on Raster Bund ly at il nnd 10.80 o'clock
iu toe morning Children's lettival at
7 p m.
A very excellent nftalr will be the
sompllmentary oonoart to be given in
St. David's lull this evening by the
Lackawanna Council, No 1188, Uoyal
Arcanum The best local talent hut
been secured and the affair will be one
of the linee'. in every respect.
IAKTKR ROBBSU1VBN aWATT.
On Saturday our store will be beaut i -fully
decorated with flowers aud
plants. With every dollar's worth of
goods sold we will give an Eaiiter rose,
worth of goods, two ross, etc.
Mears & H aukn.
TESTIMONY IN DIVORCE CASES.
It Was Heard Before Jiule Edwards
William f-ilbournnd Mrs. Laura
Shaw Are the Applicants.
NOTES Of SOUTH Si
Happenings ol a Day Thai Will Interest
Many Tribune Readers,
CHICKEN THIEVES CAPTURED
While in the Act of Relieving Roost of
Martin H. Lavollo Varley Gives
.Bail to Appear at Court Another
Rioter Arrested I lie Pupils ol No.
3 School Give a Delightful Enter
tainment Shorter Paragrahs.
Testimony was taken before Judge
Bdwards yesterday In the divorce cats
f William Filhour against Carrie II
Filhonr. Thellbellant wat represented
by Attorney M. F, Sindo and when on
th- stand s li I that he was marriol on
Deo. 84, 1889, at Herkimer. N. Y, He
came to this city with his wife in Aug.
1890, and on March 31, lsjl, she u -eerted
Mr. and Mr.. John Furshaw, of (V
dar avenue, tettitted that the Pilhours
livei! In their house in November, lUih).
aud that they never heard her complain
of the treatment she received from her
husband. He always treated her well.
Mrs Furshaw said that she heard that
Mrs. Filhour is now at LiUle Falls, N.
V . keeping houso for another man.
Before she left her husband Mrs. Fil
hour told the witness that sue was go
ing to leave ber husband against his
Mrs Bmma Pettlnglll said that Mrs.
Filnour told her she was going back to
Hrkimer without her husband's
knowledge, Denuty Sherilf George C
Griswold siid that the Filhours
boarded at his house for a time, and he
always considered Mr. Filhour a
mo 'el husband.
Testimony was also heard before
Judge Elwardl iu the divorce case of
Mrs. Laura Shaw against Thurston S.
Shaw. The testimony showed that
Mrs. Shaw was in 1M7 a wilow named
Goodwin On Oct 3 of that year she
was married at Binghamton to Mr.
Shaw Shaw never supported his wife
and aftor a few months Inserted her.
His present whereabouts areuukuowu.
Teresa McShane, aged 8 years, 6
months and 7 days, died at the home of
he' adopted parents, Mr. and Mrs D
McSbane, of N'sy Aug avenue, yester
dev. Th" immediate caiisj of death
was meningitis. Notice of interment
James Loftus, jr , of West Market
street, who wis seriously injured by
being "truck witn a stone on the head,
is n tting along at well as could be
expected under the circumstances. It
it Impossible to say at present what the
result of bis injuries will he.
The mock trial at (he Methodist
F,iiscopal cnurch Tuesday night at
tracted a large audience, The build
ing was filled to overflowing with an
appreciativ audience. Everything con
c rning the trial was in the regular
routine style and reflected great credit
on the proniotors of the entertainment.
Mr App enian as ju'dge was a dignified
p, r. mage and did the character ample
justice. T lie judge, jury and court of
ficuls were all in tbeir places nnd
helped to impart an nir of realism to
This evening Mr. nnd Mrs. Kends
will tip seen at the Academy of Music
in "The Ironmaster, " their best play.
The sal" of sents indicates a very large
house. Mrs. Kend , I is easily England's
greatest actress, and it is almost safe to
describe, ber as Kngland's most fasci
nating and delightful lady, and in New
York and Itoston aim has built up a
larg" constituency. Mr Kendal is an
experienced nnd effective actor, and
l,as been considered lot vears one of
the mot delightful and accomplished
comedians that nvor graced the London
HAXTBLL's RMOAtJKMKNT CAltOaXbRD
Robert Man tell who was to have sp,
peered nt the A.CHdemy Ol Music Tues
day night in "Moubars," has been com
peiled to cancel all of bis engagements
on account ot sickness.
, 1 .
HINERFUO FEELS AGRIf-VEO.
Brings an Aolion Avalnsl Blmnn Dorf
tnnn fr,r lisfamatlon of Character.
Simon Hinerfeld, a Penn avenue gro"
csr, anil Simon Dorfmsn, who resides
in Raymond place, bud a heated
argument (yesterday afternoon dur
ing which Air. Dorfman applied
many Vile names to Mr, Kinerfeld,
concluding nil peroration of Hillings
gate by hitting Mr. Htnorfold in Hie
Later in the day Mr Blnarfald began
an action in trespuas for defama
tion of character, asking damages. He
will also bring a criminal notion, he
Scanton Capitalists R'l'orn a Charter.
A charier was granted by the state de
partment at Harrlsburg yesterday to the
liouatsim Ooal oompany, of lonuylklll
county. It lias a capital of gtOOLOOflL the
principal stockholders bmg Scrntitonlans,
jVmoug them are Judge II M. Mdwards,
T. II. bale, Oonnty Treasurer IJ. W. Pow
ell, ThouMS Jones, l. M. Jonos and Dan
Anlinnaer butch liter.
Louit bohman'aj Btt Bsruce dt,
Beadleeton ft Woera'e and Ballantlne'e
Ales are tbe beet. K. J. v ai.su, agent, US
Lackawanna avenue. "
Martin 11 Lavolle, who keeps ft gro
eery store on Kirnuy avenue, heard
suspicious noises in the direction of bit
oniokan coop a few evemugs ago, and
proceeded to Inquire into the cauae.
He made a circuitous journey from his
house to the coop nnd surprised two
young obaps from fdlnookain sot the of
Mte.iling hie game poultry. Upon learn
ing that they were discovered the
juvenile chicken thieves made a dash
tor liberty and esoaped, Mr. La veils
reoogniasd one of them and has since
learned the name of the other. For
the eake of the boys' pareutt he may
feel disposed to let the matter drop, but
it is DOSStble, that to teach them a
salutary lesson, he might hare u war
rant issued for their arrest any mo
Varley Waivss a Hearing.
tfyles J Varley, charged In the
wsiruut with assaulting Motorman
John Burke In llinooka last Saturday,
waived a bearing yesterday and en
tered hail in the sum ot $lluh to appear
at tlio next term of cruntual court.
Patrick Walsh became bis boudsmiu
stud sworn before Alderman Wright
that be was worth $1,000 free from all
rncambraucug. ('unstable Carman
was Very busy and did not yet nerve
the warrant on Michael Flaherty for
inciting to riot. Yesterday afternoon
lltuke swore out another warrant
against Mark Sullivan ou the same
charge. Both warrants will bu tervod
Eastsr Entertaiarannt by Pupils.
The following entertainment by the
pupils of Principal Mist L. L. Penman
and Assistant Miss Josle U, Lsei, ot
No 3 Preparatory school, on River
street, look place yesterday afternoon
the occasion being the usheriug in of
Ulster vacation, ihe pupilt taking
pirt were costumed to rep'ont the
colors of the different nations.
Bong, "America" School
Reading?. "Katrine's Visit to New ork
Annie I nn kin
Soug Samuel L'ustlo
L nele Bam. address of welcome.
Ireland, noem Annie Caullield
France, essay Ilnnuuh Uevine
Annie Durkiu and Willio Tnnuler
Spain, essay Ellen Uurke
Sum;. "Uuurd iho l-lag dsuovi
Italy, essay Evelyn Swest
Janan. essav KJua KlaumiUBel
Song . Sohool
England, essav Annie Durkiu
lieriniinv. essav and poem Amelia Koch
Edna Klauminier and Willie Tauniei
Columbia, e . , and Doem.
Song Maine Ooddard and Kati" Eavelle
Declamation Thomas Wade
Song Representatives of Natious
Recitation, ' iuiltv. of course.
Song. "Home. Sweet Home.
Mamie Cawley nnd School
Prizos were awarded to the pupils
af ler tbe exercises.
Short Nws Notes.
Professor Kare K. Saft visited Wilkef-
Sarah, the - year-old daughter of
Ihonias Joyce, of Minonka, died yes
ter lay afternoon. The funeral will be
held this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Inter
ment in St. Joseph's cemetery.
John J. Collins, of Plttston avenue,
and Joseph . J. McNal'y, of H mlock
street, w, nt to Puiladolphia yesterday
KASTKIt HOSES O'.VEN AWAY.
On Saturday our store will he beauti
fully decorated with flowers and
plants With every dollar's worth of
goods sold wo will give an Eister rose;
$1 worth of goode, two roses, etc.
" MEAR8& HaOBN,
Wanted- Yeiinir !YIn and Women Out
We have bud u good year. To meet the
demands of the School extra teaciiers were
employed they are with us now. Over
000 young men nnd women are out of em
ployment in BcrantOO, This spring sud
summer we propose to take these young
people in our school on easy terms.
The demand f"r people is not great in
any line, but count up the people who do
clerical work in nil the offices, store,
bunks nnd manufactories, and see what an
array of book keepers, stenographers and
clerks are employed These persons are
the business men of tomorrow.
Hundreds of your friends have been at
tho college and hundreds ha ve lucceedni,
The fnithlul ones win; the inattentive fail.
Take these next few months and learn
bonk-keeping or Stenography! brush up In
grammar, spelling, arithmetic! keep your
eye on penmanship, get, a good knowledge
of notes, drafts, oueuksi know something
of commercial law, mid wind up with the
Vou have the time come In and see ns.
WlHIV'K ('OI.I.EUK III lll slMSS 1 Sll U'.T-
BARD, F. E. WoOD, Proprietor.
in n opening will occur on Thursday,
Fi niav and Saturday, our display of mil
linery is one of the best ever shown in the
city. J. Bols,
108 Wyoming avenue,
Our stock of Kid Gloves
complete. Specials: "Cen
temeri," "Alexandre," Re
genc:? and White and Black
REAL ESTATE MEN MEET.
Thsy Want Washing-ton Avenue Ex-
1 ' .I'.! to th City Line.
Th real estate men who own the re
cently optned tract oC land at the ter
minus of Washington avenue held a
meeting In Ihe office of Attorney J. VV.
Drowning luvsdav afternoon, for the
purpose of taking slept toward secur
ing the extension of the avenue from
Electric avenue to tho city limits
Ex-Mayor I'-llows was chosen chair
man and J Drowning secretary
City Engineer Phillips presented a pro
file oi the proposed avenue extension,
It showed it, e various changes in eleva
tion of the land ami tbe grade he would
recommend, Tbe gra in recommened
Mr, Fellows, John 11 Jordan and
W. A. Finn were appoiuUd to consult
with other property owners who are
interested in the avenue extension in
procure loaaes from them, nnd to ad
vertise for bids for the cost of grading.
I here were present at the ineetimr
representatives of tbe owners of the
Kennedy & Carter tract, Richmond
Park, Arlington Heights. Woodlawu
Park, the K muider aud Hittenhnuder
tract, the Louis Morrell tract, tbe
Johler tract ami thn Pennsylvania Cos I
Resolutions f Condolence,
The following resolutions on the death
of W. H. Bchoonover Were adopted at a
meeting of Nay Aug Hose company held
Wednesday, March 14:
whereas, w. H. Bchoonover hss this day
departed Iron, our midst; ami
whereas, v . H. lichoonover was in life
nn active worker In the Interest uf tbe
company; therefore, be it
Resolved, That we, ihu members of Nay
Aug Bote Company, No, I, Scranton lire
department, offer our sympathy to the
Resolved, That the engine house be
draped In mourning for th period of thir
ty days, miii that tho Company attend the
funeral iu a hotly.
Resolved, That these resolutions bo
spread on the UioUtOSOf the company, a id
printec iu two uaiiy i .spurs of tbe citv
and an engrossed copy be presented to the
lainii) or toe UiccateU.
N. E SMOGS,
p. B. Wilton,
ESabtbb MILUMBB1 opening today and
tomorrow, Eoah Jonei & Co., 188 Wyoming
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES.
Martin & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
PRING . . .
Largest ani Best Line in
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Forthe Spring and , 7
Summer of '94.
205 Lackawanna Ave.
Stock Large and Attractive.
Prices llu Lowest mi Record.
VISIT US, BUY. OB NOT.
WEICHEL k MILLAR
11G Wyoming Avenue.
a 'i in' i;r.M' m: .N,. S
K ESTAB, 1866, 1
J New rk w nrereeiiH, N,i, !S
u N Fifth tvonuo. i S
I C, RICKER & CO., I
gg Sole detlert In tbta eeetlon 8
m ilBeo i :.i Aii mis tvenat S
Scientific Eye Testing Free
. By Dr. Shimberg,
Tho Sierinlist en tint Fyo. BeddMllM end
Nervouttteet relieeed, Lttetl mni Improved
Bl vie of Bye Qltttne nml BpetUialeiM tbt
Loweet Prlcee, Btet ArtUlohU Byee Inter ted
SS SPRUCE ST., op. Pot Office.
Union for Ever
WK iVRE Now OFFERING THE
FIBN8T LINE l UIOYCIiES AND
TRICYCLES roll MEN AND BOYS
IN THE CITY, WE ARB BOLE
AGENTS FOR I III: LEADERS,
UNION 6. T.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Block.
Cloak Makers and Furriers.
508 Spruce St. Court House Squam
HOW LIKE A
Special for This Com
Lulus' Kill Rntton, pointed n,l
Philkdelpbia toes, patent leather
tips, special price, $i 69; worth, 3. 50.
Ladlet' Dongota KW Batton,hand
tewed, ipaoial prioe, $3; worth $4 .10.
Misses' Kid Button, plain Iflea,
prtaff heol, special pric. $1. so;
worth f- 00
Boya' school su,es, DonRola top.
lili i to 5. ipeOlal price. St 50;
Men's Calf Patent Leather lce,
pointed toea, special price, $3.00;
Men's CaH Blnoher, hand sewe,l
welt. PioeadtlW last, special pric.
$2 80; worth" 18.60
Tittle Boya' Sheet, hntton and
lnce, spniin heel, made "jnst like
nap i s. sizes B to UH. special price,
si. 50; worth $1.90
Youths' Calf, button and lace,
spring heela, fJoodyMi Welti ili-w
II toSl, special price, $'l worth, 50
SCH ANK S Arcade Shoe Store.
YOMINQ AN I'.
MAN HE FEELS
1 AST YEAR he had saved 1800,
He bought a house worth $1860
-paid $StMi down, gave a mort
gage tor $1,550, Today he esti
mates aa follows:
Inte rest on mortgage
Tne Hint I'epHirs
Net s.i ing on rent
Saved on salarv
Toapplj on mortgage ...
. vr no n
The Great Marvel of Dental Beienoe
recent discovery and 1 to solo
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J. U. SE MONS BA YS A Hi UT
Dlts. iii:nvoih WAR'DKLt,!
After bavins eleven leelh eateaoteit nt
oae elttlnv by tbe patnleee methoa, 1 pre.
nounee it 'nttr.iy aatlafaetdrr ln every
partlenlara J. u, SBAtfOUt
MFLBCriOM "lii mi K jreen tht
hovae wilt be free from debt nnd I -1 ,01
hrtve A heme ,,l nil own."
QEBBK RIDGE u th paradlee fee
homes. vtn a tone have reeeaUi fln
Ubed a beanttfOI llln. hleh ttlc offer;
on eiipy pnymentft. el am.MI
Rail m their ofltee, betweea whington
miii auhiim on oiuo etreet
EZRA FINN & SONS.
An, nt Preienl tin, Mo.t Popaler ud PrrfArrtd bf
U'itillifi a 1 ilts
Wiireroenn : Opposite Onlnmhiis tlonumf ,:t,
208 Waahlngton Av. Soranton,Pa.
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any book In tbo ln(hj Horiea,
R5 CENTS fetid Tour Conponi for
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