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Owen Cusick is visiting in lliuRhamton.
Lieu'ennnt Governor V," litres npeiit Holi
day in Philadelphia.
A daughter war, born to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ilornco E. Hand yesterday.
James Fisher and wift, of Hallstaad,
were in Scranton yesterday.
J. J. JIcAudrcw. of Olyph.mt, spent
yesterday in the Electrfc City.
Miss Merotta Dourrnn. of t-crauton, is
visiting friends in Carbo&dale.
lis All (id Finuerty. of Honesdale, was
a visitor n.lhis city yesterday.
Rev. J. J. JtcC.ibe, of Awes, visited the
cathedra) residence yesterday.
J'iiB Florence Biobnond, of Scranton,
Visited hor parents in I'ittstmi yesterday.
Mrs. Henry Miracle, of Hall Stead, Is vi-i-itiiiu
friends in bcrnntoii and Carbondale.
C. V. Banks, who has been visiting
friends in Scranton, has returned to Hall
Sennlor John Hinohcliffe, of Paterson,
N. J., and a prominent brewer, is visiting
at the Columbia.
H. fc'cott Salmon and wife, of Bonetdala,
were the pue.-ts of Clarence halraou, of
Bcrattton, over Sunday.
Mrs. Lewis Tyler, of iiyde Park, who
has been visiting at the residence of J. O.
Snow, of llallstead, has returned home.
Rev. R. S. Jones and Eev. D. Jmips in
tended the monthly meeting nf the Welsh
Congregations) ministers or Lackawanna
and Luterne counties: nt Plains on Monday.
Bays the Troy, . Y., Times: "Robert E.
White, of the general ollico of the Dela
ware and Hudson canal company at Scran
ton, Pa., spent Sunday with friends m this
Attorney William McLean. II. L. Den
nin, Leo Lonvr, E. F. llogart and M. II.
IiurguiiQor, stockholders of tiie Wilkes
Bnrre Base Ball association, witnessed the
twelve inning game In this city yesterday.
Whoever Buys a Lot
On Wood Lawn Park plot will never re
gret it. Tho only opportunity tike it in
the city. Wo will bo on tho gi jund to
night from 0 to 8 o'clock,
Fcranton'a Business Interests.
The TiunuNis will soon publish a enro
fully compiled and claseifJ d list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing nnd professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. Tho edition will bo bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of loading citizens. No
similar work has over given an equal rep
resentation of Scrantou's many indus
tries. It will bo au iuvnluablo exposition
of our business resources. Kent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attrnct
new comers and be an unequalled
edvertlsemont of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Representatives of Tun Thibunb
will call upon those whohe names
are dksiikd in this edition and explain
its nuturo more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please have notice at
Mothers! Motnerall Mothers!!!
Mrs, Wlnslow's Southing Syrup has batva
nsed for over fifty yean by millions o.
mothers for their children whilo tomhltiK
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens tho gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, nnd is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Fold bydiuggists in every part
of tho world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. Twenty-lire cents a bot
tle. Dr. A. E. burnt, having opened his of
fices In the Burr building, Washington
avenue, will resume tho practice of hie
profession, where he will be glad to serve
Lis old patrons auu public in general.
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F WEST SIDE
Funeral of Captain Iflii&rj) Full Very
GIVEN J VETERAN'S BURiAL
Many beautiful Floral Tributes from
Sorrowing; Friends and Associates.
J. C. Millor, While Cleaning His
Revolver, Shot and Seriously
Wounded H;s Little Son Farrell
Kelly Nuptials Other Items.
The West Side office of tho Scrantox
TbJBUNI is located at 113 North .Main nve
OUe, where luDMriptions, advertisements
and communication will receive prompt
Tho funeral of Captain William
Davis took place yesterday afternoon
from his lalo residenco on North Hyde
Park evenae. Iu the parlor tho re
mains reposed in a handsome black
Visket which was hidden from view by
tba plentltade of floral offerings,
At 2 o'clock the funeral procession
moved to the Simpson Methodist Epis
copal church. It was led by Chief of
the Fire Department 11 F. Ferberand
E E Rooatban, the following organl
.atioiB being in line: Nay Aug En
gine company. General Phinuey En
ji no company, Pbenis and Colombia
Hose oouipanles and Hyde r.irk castle.
No, B8, Knights of tho Mystic Chain,
Then came the ex-member of tiio
Franklin company and tba Franklin
hose wasron. It was beautifully
tiiiumeil and had been converted into
a hearse to transport the remains to
their last resting plsoe, A forge dele
nation of Veterans from Urif'rir. post,
No, 189 Grand Army of th" Republic,
with S, U. Mott in command, ami
beaded by the Thirteenth Regiment
Drum corps followed. Then came
the members of the West Side Central
Republican league and the present
members of the Franklin Fire com
pany i;h a long lino of carriages con
taining mourners nnd city ofikiaie
bring up the rear. Among the most
beautiful of the countless fKir.il tributes
were it pillow inscribed "Papa," pre
sented by the children; a star and
crescent by tne Ancient Order Knights
at the Mystic Chain, an anchor iu
icrlbed "Papa," a pillow with (beds
partment badge worked In 'A-itli fliw
ers by the General Pbiuney Hose com
pany, a beautiful Bremen's hat worked
m flowers by the Franklin oomptny.
Tlio flower bearers were M. II. Bie
ecker, of the G meral Phlnney; T. M.
Richards, of the Franklin's; Thomas
E Lewi-1, of the Jiytic Chain, and
Samuel Greis, of Post. 189 Grand Army
of tho Republic, At the church the
procession moved slowly up the alte !o
the music on the orgiu by Walter
Davi?. The services opened with a
selection by a quartette consisting ol
Miss Cora Storm, Mrs. Frank lieck,
Professor William Jones and Will
Beck, Who Sling "I'm Nearer My Home."
Tho epsalt.rs wtru Rev. R G. Jones,
of the Westminster Presbyterian
church; Kev. J. T. Morris, of the Belle
vue Calvinlstio Methodist church,
Whose remarks were in the Welsh lan
guage, and Rev. L. C. Floyd, D D.
After the services were concluded
the procession moved out to tho Wash
burn Street cemetery, where Captain
Davis was accor led a veteran's burial.
I he pall bearers were: From the
Franklins, William Kiiue and Thomas
Allen: from the Grand Army of the
Republic, Georgs W. Wilder and
George Hadley ; from the Mystic Chain,
Edward R. Jones and W.L Steenbaclc.
SHOT hl5 LITTLE SON.
J. C. Millsr Didn't Kaow His Revolver
About 11. !W o'clock yestsrd:iy morn
ing J. C Miller, proprietor of a cigar
store on North Main avenne, acciden
tally shot bis young son Joseph, a lad of
about 4 j years. The bov's condition is
very serious, but Dr. Moylan, the at
tending pbyiloiao, has bopei for his re
covery. Mr, Miller was cleaning tho weapon
at the time. He supposed it was
empty, and snapped th trigger. The
cartridge exploded, ami the ball en
txred his son's body betweeu the thigh
and nb lomen,
Mr. Miller is shocked and greatly
unnerved by the unfortunate uccident.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Il.impton Miuu Aecidenlal Fund will
run an excursion to Lake Ariel today.
Professor Theodore iiemherger retur-cd
yesterday from u few days visit to Ithaca
Mrs. Thomas Jones, wifo of Officer Jones.
of North Sumner avenue, is recovering
from her recent illuess.
Bargains in silks, trimmings, ribbons
ar:d wash goods nt our sale of remnants
Thursday, Juno U. lIlAMe) HaokK.
The choir under tho leadership of Daniel
Thomas will meet tomorrow evouing in
Co-operative ball for lubearsal. A full at
tendance is requested.
Keystone lodge, No. 87, Loyal Knights
of America, have changed their place of
Dieeting Iron) Co-operative hull to Huri
Qarl ball across the way. Tho meetings
will be c inducted every Thursday evening
in tho latter place.
Will Phillips, of North Ribecca avenue,
was painfully injured on Monday by hav
ing his oyo strnck by a pieveiol steel wbtle
working In tho Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western cur shops. H is not known
Wbetber he will lose the member or not.
The members of tho Welsh Calvinistic
Methodist church ran a most successful
excursion to Lake Ariel yesterday. Five
ears loaded with excursionists left the
Ero nnd Wyoming Valley railroad depot
at &80 O'clock and a most pleasant day
was spent at the lake.
Dr. J. J. Walsh, M. Berry, Mamo Con
wnv, Mrs. Gillespie and daughter, Ella, of
Church street, Mrs. P, Bohan, Mrs. J. Al
lan, Mrs. J. R, (ilennon, Mrs. Ed Barrett
Mrs. T. D. Kearney, Thomas Mangan, Mr'
and Mrs. J. B. Coulan. Nellie Civiin H
, I i if Coliwny, of Ptttston, attended the
funeral of Mrs. Durkiu, la Hvde Park yes
terday. Au interesting session of tho West Side
Doaru oi irauo was Held last evouing in
their rooms at Clark's Hull on Soutli .Main
avenue. Many members worn present.
The meeting was called to order by 1). M.
Joues, tho nowly elected president, and
tho minutes of the preceding meeting wore
read by the secretary. Chariot E. Daniels.
Many questions Wero discussed, among
them being tho bridges, viaduct and
Remnants for children's dresses at half
price nt our sale of remnants Thursday.
Jane 11 Meahs & Hagkn,
Funoral services over tho remnlus of tho
late Jlrs, Alice Dnrkin were held yostor
day momipg at 9 o'clock from the family
home on North Hyde Park avenuo. A
solemn high mass of .requiem was celebra
ted in St. Patrick's church, of which Rsv.
l ather iJunno was celebrant, Rev. Father
McNnlly, deacon and Father Fricker sub
descon. Father Dunne preached the ser
mon from tho text, "Blessed Are They
Who Die In the Lord." Many beautiful
floral tributes wore presented. The pall
bearers were P. J. McCann, P. Dnrkin,
William O'Malley, T. J. Kelly, J. J. Fabey
and J. Duffy. Interment was made in
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
A pretty wedding was that of William
Farrell, of Washburn street, to Miss Mary
A. Kelly, which was solemuized in St.
Patrick's church yesterday morning at 11
o'clock iu tho presence of a large numb r
of f Hernia and relatives. Kev. Father
L)unu performed the ceremony. The
bridesmuul was Miss Nollio Kg an an 1 the
groomsman A. R Cumin. Tie- costume I
of both ladies were vury beautiful. , fter
the ceromony was over the bridal party
woio driven to tho home if the brides
parents, where a wooding repast was
served. Yesterday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
Farrell lctt on a wedding trip to New
York. Mr, Farrell is vice president of the
West Side board of trade and n prosperous
business merchant. Ilia wife is pretty and
attractive uud is a popular and respected
TONIGHT'S CONCERT Art 9 RECITAL.
ft Will r the Occasion of Ecbut of
At tho concert und recital to be given
tomorrow evening at the Penn Avenue
Baptist ehnrch bv Professor John
Howard, of New York, will also appear
Professor Howard's children, Miss Ma
bel, Miss Grace and John Howard, jr.,
and such noted local tnieni as John T.
Watkins, Jatuos Wilson und Miss Lulu
Additional interest is attached to the
evefit from tlio fact that it will be the
first appearance in concert of Mr.
Howard s children, except Mirs M.ibol
Who is 13 years old and has appeared
in public t ut twice before. Tho boy,
John, is but 7 years of ago and Mis-i
Grace is 11 years ol I.
Ti'.a nocsslou will also witness the
debut of M:s Lulu Kul and James
Tickels may be obtained now nt tho
music stnns of Powell and company
and Stolle and Beeley, or at the door to
An Organ Q.inder Btiikse a Hoy Uncon
scious with a Blow of a Sttme.
Tho little son of Mrs. Hefleron, of
1,101 Stone avenue, was r -ud -re i un
conscious on Monday evening by a
blow from a stouo thrown by an Itulfau
who was paru Jing tbo streets with a
A crowd of small children kept fol
lowing the orgat.-.-rinder us ho went
from door to door. Some of them teased
tho monkey, nnd it so enraged the
owner that bo eeut a volley of cobble
stonrs into the crowd of youngsters.
Oue of the missiles struck Mrs. Hef
fernon's 6-year-old son, inflicting an
ugly gfuh In tho scalp. Yesterday
evening the little fellow was able to
A warrant was wiitton out by Al
derman Btorr and given to Polics 0.'
ficer Meincer, bnt the Italiau :ntd his
escape and is still at liberty. He is de
scribed as a swarthy, low sized man
with n heavy moustache, and wearing
a slouch hat and blii4 overalls.
IMPROVEMENTS ON STORR'S HALL.
A Recent Addition Mukei It the F.nest
Ke-lins Place on This Side.
The addition of a three story ex
tension I I by 2,5 to Storr's hall on Alder
street and other changes iu the layout
of the main building have been com
plete!. The addition is attached to tho rear
of the hall, nnd the partitions in the
Upper two floors have been taken out
and the rooms differently planned. Tho
: Min stairway leading through the
center of the hall from Alder street
is removed and entrance will bo by a
stairway ulougsiile the building.
On the second iloor in the rear a well
appointed lavatory is added and on the
third lbur there are two vestibules nnd
two ante-rooms for secret society meet
iuge. All of tho rooms ara cir;lettd
GILBRIDE 0I0 NOT AIM STRAIGHT.
;f Ho Did thi little Daughlor of Rioh
aid KeUp Would Suffer.
Patrick Gilbride, of tbo South Side,
of whom a compendious biography
graces the docket in poiics court, nar
rowly escaped arrest yesterday for hi.s
vicious attempt to strike a little girl
With a mason's trowel.
Gilbride was intoxicated ami dis
posed to bn quarrelsome, a little girl,
the daughter of Richard K-lly, of
Laokewauna avenue, on Mattes street
began to laugh at him as he passed
Ho turned upon her nnd his unsteudy
aim may be charged with the failure
to split her bead with the utensil.
SOUTH SIDE J 1TTINGS.
Michael Higgles, of Llm street, is again
sullermg Irotn serious illness.
A business meeting of the Scranton Ath
letic club will be held tomorrow night.
Bargains in silks, trimmings, ribbons nnd
wash goods at uur sale of remnants Thurs
day, June M. Mf.ahs & II auks.
Charles Houeyager, of Pittstou avenuo,
has been employed us conductor by the
Tho Knights of Pythias Comet lodge.No.
431, Will meet Friday evening for the
nomination of officers.
James Connell Lodge No. 170, Indepen
dent Order of Odd Follows, will meet to
night on regular business.
Alexander Vogt, of Hone-dale, visited
Us brother-in-law, Charles Ceeibert, of tho
Central 'Park garden the past few days.
The Scranton Saengerrunde will meot on
Tbnrday night in natter's ball to tnlk
over' the affairs of the excursion ni:d do
other business which will bo Important.
Remnants for children's drehses nt half
price at our sale of remnants Thursday.
June 11. Mkahs & Hahen.
Tho rooms of tho Soutu Side Young
Women's Christian association were
thrown open last night to a number of in
vited guests, and Informal social n ude the
hours pass away pleasantly. There was
no progmmmo guiding the 'arrangements
of tne dlfferenr namoers. All tho mem-
bors acquitted themselves In nn impromptu
maimer and tho outcome was un occasion
of enjoyment and laughter. Next Toe i
cay night Mrs. Homy Carr, wife of the
librarian of tho Albright bright, will
give s talk before tho association on the
llhs, the ft-year-old son of Cornelius
Stokes, of Mlnooaa, mot with an accident
last Friday, which will result In the los-.
of one of his eyes. Ho was using n table
fork in loosening a knot on one of hi.s
shoestrings and the fork slipped and one
of the prangs pierced the eve ball of his
right eye below tho pupil. Dr. Fisher to
whom he was brought for treatment, ad
vises the family to take the child to Phil
adelphia ami nave the eyo taken out.
Mrs. Stokes and the child will leave for
Philadelphia today for that purpose.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
A rstUe. for tho bem-ilt of Mrs. Lloyd,
110;l Lloyd street, will beheld Juno 13,
Tho sheriff has taken possession of the
butcher shop occupied by R. D. Bradou,
on North Main uvenue.
D. C. Tuustall and J. U. Hopowell, of the
Register office, spent n pleasant day Ash
ing at Lake Ariel yesterday.
E. D. Jones has left Providence for At
lantic City, and not for Atlanta, Ua., as
stated iu some of yesterday's pupors.
Rev. It. P. Williams, of Holyhead, North
Wules, will pay visit to Scrautou during
the past week. Mr. Williuftis is well known
to members of tho Congrogatloual body.
The joint excursion committeo of tho
Puritan Congregational church and the
Welsh Baptist churcti will meet this even
ing at 7.30 at L. N. Robert's office, 110
West Market street.
We will bo at Wood Lawn Park tonight
from 0 to a to show you our boautiful plot,
They .Describe Dr. Hand's Condition Before
and After (bo Shock.
EXAMINED IT GREAT LENGTH
Jury in tho Case of Robsrt Tinsley
Against John Walsh Asked for
Special Instructions from Judge
Edwards Carbondnlo Township
Cows Responsible for a Case on
Trial Ecfore Judge Searle.
Dr. Hand's case ngainst the Central
Telephone company still continues to
occupy the attention of Judge Arch
bald's court. Tlio first witness i-uUAl
yesterday morning ums Assistant City
Clerk Evan It Morris, the olj-ct of
whoso testimony was to prove that the
company bad no right to oporato tele
phone wires iu tho city.
I)r. Charles II, Fisher, John Burnett
and S P. Longgtroet were sworn, their
testimony occupying the attention of
the court until 8 o'clock in tne after
noon. Numerous hypothetical ques
tions, predicated upon Dr. Hand's phy
sical health in the past, as well ns his
present condition, were asked the phy
sician, and it was noticed that their
Answers did not always agree with the
medical text books which Major War
reu keeps closoert baud, although as a
general rnje the doctors iike to modify
their statements, to which lawyers
generally ol jeet In the trial of canes.
A number of the physicians of tuo city
aro interested spsotatora of the pro
J. E Fern. Perry Fuller. V. Delhi
and Harry Smith were recalled after
the attorneys had got through with tho
doctors fur the day.
NO VERDICT REACHED.
Defore Judge Edwards in court room
No. 2 tho esse of Robert Tinsley against
John Walsh consumed the priucipnl
part of the forenoon. The jury spoilt
the entire afternoon pondering over tho
f nets iu the case as brought out during
tho trial, aud just before court ad
journo l for the day they came into the
court room nnd rt quested special infor
mation. It wub impartoi by Judge
E Iwards, who told them to seal their
verdict in case they arrived nt an
agreement before morning.
At the conclusion of tho trial of the
foregoing case jury was empanneled
in tho trial of Edward F. Boyle &
Sons against the Ham berg Bremen In
surance company. Judge Jessop rep
resents the plaintiffs and Attorney E.
N. Willard the defendant company,
The suit is brought to recover $182, the
amount of a tire policy nn a store in
Dunmore, and which was burned on
Nov. 21, 1S91. Tbo case had not been
completed when court adjourned for
COWS IN THE CASE.
Judgo Searle, of Mjntrose, presided
in court room No li at the trial of tho
c.iee of William Williams against P it
rick Brown, Attorney J. Alton Divis
appeared for the plaintiff nnd Attor
neys Sqnler nnd Burr, of Carbondale,
lor the dofenilatit. Tho case is an ap
peal from the judgment given by the
justice of lh" nouco.
The plaintiff claims that the defen I
ant's cows broke down bis fence and de
stroyed his garden vegetables and
properly, for which he seeks to n cover
the equivalent in damages. The de-fens-
will be that the cows did not
break into tho garden, for the reason
that there was no fence worthy the
name. Tde parties reside in Carbou
WORK OF WCMEN'S AUXILIARY.
They Turn More Thau $300 Over to
Beard of Asuoclited Charities.
At n meeting yesterday afternoon of
H o Women's auxiliary of the Afse
ciated Charities over ifJlO were turtle !
in by a number of the ladies who utVa
bten selling meuibeiship tickets
Tills sum, with tho money previously
reported, makes ubout )J70J obtained
up to to lay,
The largest, sum brought to yester
day's meeting wis 108 by Mrs. A, K ,
Sanderson, or Green Ridge. The
nmount included n $50 membership
sold Mrs Conrad Bobroeder, Others
who reported with various sums were
Mrs. A. E Pettigrew, Mrs. p. J. Hn
ran, Miss Tlllle Bawley, Mrs. w. 11
Pn ematt Mrs. T. J. Luce aud Mrs. J.
D, 01 ark.
Mr'. O. f, Barnard, president ol the
Auxiliary, prrstded at the meeting
For Viola tna Sunday Liw.
Rev. F. A. Dony will prosecute tho fol
lowing Cases before Alderman Post tomor
row nt 9 o'clock iu tho morning and 'i
o'clock iu the afternoon: McfJarrah A
Thomas and William Qaugban, clerk;
Frank Pevers, clerk at Phelps' drugstore;
Henry Beugter, baker and clerk; Italian
vender. Sixth and West Market streets;
P. J, Vettor, druggist, Penu avenue, These
are for violations of tlio Sunday iaw. The
meeting of the executive committee of
the Pastors' union which was contiuuod
from Monday, will be held thi i afternoon
nt S o'clock at the Young Men's Christian
readla & WoSIB'i and Ballari tine's
Alei rrethe bist. E. J. Wai.su, Agent,
82 Lsckawaana avenue,
TN paint the best is the
cheapest. Don't be misled by
trying what is said to be "just as
good," but when you paint insLt
upon havinp a genuine brand of
It costs no more per gallon than
cheap paints, and lasts many times
Look out for the brands of White
Lead offered you ; any of the fol
lowing are sure :
"Fahnestoclt," "Armstrong & WcKelvy,"
For Colors. National Lead Co.V
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
Thes colors are sold In one-pound cans, ench
can iil-iiij; audirluit totint 2si)iimls of stnctlv
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nn sense rfsdy-mbnd pslau, i in a combtastten
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A Rood many thousaml dullan have been saved
propc rlv-owneis by having onrbook on paintinc
and color-card. Send us a postal card and mi
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SPt;:DV PIGEON FLY.
Blrd3 Wing- Frcm Scrantaa to Olyphsn
in Nine Hinutsj.
Tha carrier pigeou fly which took
place in this city last Saturday under
the auspices of the Grassy Island Pigeon
olub of Olyphant, was a highly sue
Oeasfnl event. The birds wers rs
leased from the new Delaware and
Hudson station on Laokawanna avenue
and II iw straight as an arrow to tiieir
destination at Grassy Idanit, a dis
tance of seven miles und one quarter.
Tne pigsou owned by Joun Tyson
won first prise I y making the fly in I)
minutes nnd u5 seconds. Kite Pleroe's
bird was only seven seconds slower,
and the bird entered by William Gir
diuer, the club's courteous s-cretary,
lauded in (J minutes und oo seoonds.
The tly ns a whole was most interest
ing aud tbo time made exceptional.
The next fly will be from Carbondale
to Grassy Island on July 4.
By a new arrangement TnE Tmn
VNE is enabled to offer its readers
any one of the twenty parts of tho
"America" portfolio for ten cents.
All parts are now ready. This is tho
finest collection of popular photogra
phic views In print. Send stamps or
cash. No coupon is uecessary.
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Wc have REDUCED Prices on
BABY CARRIAGES, our stock
is too large. You can buy a
good Baby Carriage for the price
of a cheap one.
For Wedding Presents or Fur
nisbing for Summer Cottages, we
have a full und complete line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEICHEL & MILLAR
n6 Wyoming Ave.
$1.50 Tor Dozen
HOME JERSEY CREAMER BUTTER
In 5 aid 5 lb. Pails.
Eggs received Daily from llio
Home Poultry Farm.
437 Lackawanna Ave.
European Plan. Flrit-elasa liar sttuoliofl.
pi pot tor Borgaar ti Kngel's Tanubaiuwr
IE Cor, m Mi Filbert Sh., Phllaii
Test doslrabta (or roildents cf tt.t, vrw
lylvattia. All eonveniuncea tor traveled
to ai.d from lirnrol Btreet itatlon uud ths
Twelfth and Market Wre.-t stattoa D
lirsl.lo for viriiinn Serantonians ad p
lie in ttu Antbtaoito itouu.
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-p nt rrenpiit tlio Most PosslSf Ud Preferred bv
Wsrereemsi oppc:itc Colambtu Honunisat,
" " Waahlngton Av. Soro'ntox.Pn
A. W. JUKISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCIjMS ANI Sl'OUTINO
Victor. Qcndrnn, BoUpsei I.ovell. Dinmonk
and Otlii'r WbeeUh
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimborg,
The Rio-lallit on tlio Eye Headaches b9
'NorTousuoss reliored. Latest and Improved
Stylo of Eye Olaeaoe and Spectacloa at the
iLowest Priced. Heat .Artificial Eyea inaorted
305 SPRUCE ST., op. Old Poet Office.
You Meed Them
And a visit to Martin & Delany's will be
wilder you at their immense stock of thin
goods. Just the stuff to keep you cool.
Our novelty in summer goods is a
Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and
Black Serge Coat. The proper thing for
Martin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
Will offer for the Week
or as long as they may last:
1 One case of Dr. Strongs Health C flp
Corsets, regular price $1.25, for OUu.
THREE SPECIAL NUMBERS- IN
I 3,000 yards, were
I 2,000 yards, were
I 1,000 vards, were
Heats Your Head
Get one of our nice,cool
Straw or Manilla Hats.
are Dunlap's latest
Look them up.
Christian, the latter
295 Lackawanna Avenue
It's a Great Shock
0 tlio fcllw who aro clnlmtn? thoy undersoil
11 ntlum to in 1 Hint without tho loust fuss
nr blunter wo srS .,'ivln',' atNton rn tho ban
cllt of su. li opportunities a3 tUeae.
A Strictly 'IlKli Ormlo Msht-welgli r
Wheel, 1894 psftern, tn flit 10 eesll.
180 pultcrn, Slr0 Wlieul, for ttTS.
18D4 psttern, sion Wheal, fur i-;.
l'heoo prices niako tho bwlAesS ntour etoriv
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. Q A. BUILDING.
YOU HEAVY WEIGHTS
DO YOU KNOW
"A FAIR PACE CANNOT ATONE FOR AN
UNTIDY HOUSE." USE
17c, for -
in colors black
and blue, for
Clothiers., Hdlers,& Fumisfiera
Another Advocate of
DllS. BVMWOOD A WAItDEIX:
OKNTLKMKN-It uflorda rue trout
plonnuo to at ntc tlmt jour new proreu
of FXtractlnc teeth u na n griuul vU, ir
my oar, and I liearll Iv recommend Ir u
all. I sincerely hope Mint others will
teat Its nieriu.
CAI-T. 8. K. HUYANT. Scranton, P
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and nftor Mav 21 make a great rodno
tlon In tho prices of plates. .All work guar
astced flrst-cLios in every particular.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
II live removed their office to theii
141, 143,145,147,149, 15)
TELEPHONE NUMBER. 868a