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TITTC BCBANTON TITTT5TJNE WED'N'ESD A.Y JrOUmR. JUNE r?7, 1S94.
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135 WYOMING AVE
A. P. Fellon loft yesterday fur r,nff.ilo
on a biioineis trip.
Mrs. -I. .1. Walnh has gone to Blnomii.
burg to witiiuss the graduation of her lis.
ler, Miss .Icsifl Mahon. from that institu
tion. Profussov Parson Price, the uoll known
New York voice, teacher, arrived in the
city yesterday, aud within one hour watt
at. work giving lesnona in vniro culture i'i
bis aninmer studio over Powell's music
WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Oeorgo Watfrn. jeweler of South Mai n
Avenue, is in N'ew Vork city.
Mrs. P. W. Tagnc, of North Main ave
nue, war in Plymouth yesterday.
Joseph Hughes, proprietor of Fairehtld'l
hotel, hns returned from Pittnton.
Richard Hnnlon, of North Main Avenue,
is making extensive improvements n his
Miss Evnngelino Wincholl, of Pittsburg,
has returned home after a visit with
friende on this side.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Mullen And
daughter Alice, of North Sumner avenue,
returned last evening from New York
Rev. T. Ii Collins and family, of North
Hydo Park avenue, has returned from a
two weeks' visit with relatives ia West
Miss F,miolie Evans, of North llyde Park
avenne, left yesterday morning for Mil
lersville State Normal school to attend the
Daniel Mohr, sr., and Daniel Mohr, jr.,
of Philadelphia, who have been Visiting
thebomoot relatives on North Stunner
avenue, returned yesterday.
There will l i a meeting of the Hyde
Park Choral society thin evening in the
Welsh OalTiniatio Methodist ehureb, which
every member should attend.
Mr. and Mrs. John VV. James, of BellO
vue, loft on the 1 .40 Delaware, Laoka
wanna and Western train this morning
for Now York city. To leave on the City
ol Paris for Wales.
A delegation of tho Hyde Park Conclave
Improved Order of Iloptanophs, visited the
Taylor conclave on Monday evening. The
delegation was moHt hospitably enter
tained by their Taylor friends.
The Republican league of the West Side
will meet on Friday evoning of this weak.
The execntlvo committee iiavo about An
iBhod negotiations for routing a desirable
suite rooms on North .Mnin nvetmo.
The oxenrsion train of tho young people
of tho Plymouth Congregational church
will leave the Erie ami Wyoming Valley
railroad depot this morning at H ,'fO o'clock
Street cars leave the terminus of eacli
Hyde Park lino at 7.40 o'clock.
One of tho features of amusement in
connection with the Cbt-Upeilou society
of ihe Washburn Presbyterian church is a
base ball game between the benedicts and
the bachelors of the society. Tho benedicts
number many SZ -college men in their
ranks and they will no doubt put up a
good game against tho bachelors.
Mrs. Kev. N. K. Jones and four children,
of Washburn street, left on the 1.40 Dels,
ware, Lackawanna aDd Western train yes
teiday morning for New York city, from
whence thoy w ill embark on the steam
ship City of Paris for Beanfort, South
Wales, to bo absent three months. Thy
were accompanied by Pr. H. H. Harris
Mid his mother-in-law, Mr. Samuols, of
Taylor; Mrs. .leukins, of Taylor; Mrs.
Lewis, of Jacksou street, and Mrs. Will
lam Thomas, of Lnserns street.
Thomas Stephens, a young lad who re
lides with Ml mother, a widow, in Priggs
row, had his log br ken yesterday. Ste
phens is employed as a mulo driver in
l:riggs' mines, and while riding on one of
tl. animals It suddenly became vicious
Hid tho boy wns thrown from its back
igatnut the side of a car with great force.
The blow fractured his leg. Dr. George
B. Reynolds wae summoned and sot tho
I i r in il
Graduates of the Scranton Rlh School
Cement Old Friendships.
ft VERY INTERESTING EVENT
The Banquet Wns Preceded by a
Business Meeting at Which Officers
for the Year Were Eiocted and
Plans for the Future of the Asso
ciation Discussed Names of Some
Who Were Present.
Tho annual meeting ot the High
School Alumni association and the re
ception to'94 graduates was hold list
'Veiling at the Ncruntou P.ioycle club
houso. In addition to tho alumni and
grsdnatee a number of the young la
dies' escorts war presout.
A business meeting of the old alumni
was held preceding! the serving of re
freshments and duueing. Professor
M. J. Donaho and Charles House, the
retiring president and secretin-, offi
ciated. The following ofllcera were
elected to serve during '!4;
Miss llattle Smith, 7, president: J. M.
Harris, 'Si, vtoe-prewident; David Oweue,
'93. recording secretary: Miss Agues Bc-
) land, 'Si, recorder, executive committee,
Hon, Job u I Mjuinnnn, .7; Hiss Caff rev. 79;
Ueorgu li. Davidson, '80j Professor id. J.
Donauoe, '81i Mrs. W. A. Qallanher, '88j
Miss Sarah Rogers, '84; Henry Konnedy,
'88 H. J. Beamish, "80; Miss Lllllnti 8hiv-
'lly, '87; Miss Lena Minnloh. '(8j Ely
Harris, '80j Miss Ella Osluud, 'm, Andrew
Fine, ".H; Mill Amy Howell, "Oil; Miss
Dowd, "B3s Miss Btnma Falkowsky, '04.
It was inggested by Professor Dona
h - that the now recorder compile a
c uiplte class list since 'HI), the classes
previous having already i-een secured
and placed on tho minutes.
A NEW DEPARTURE,
At each annual meeting hereafter a
paper Will lie read on tho etnas of tea
tears preceding until 19117, when a
paper on tbe elms of the twentieth
year preceding will real. !'. ich
sncceejsng year after 1S97 papers wili
lie run! by members of clashes of tho
tenth and twentieth years preceding.
Miss Hermans. '89 j Miss O'Boyle, '8S;
C. E. Daniels, 'sy. and .T. Harris, 'si,
w-ro appointed n committee to confer
with tbe school bonrd and arrangs for
the setting osidn of a nom in the new
High school building for tho DM of the
Charles E Dtniell was the toast
master of tee eTeniog, Tim address
of welcome was made by Professor
Donsboe, The tossts made and the
responses were as follows: '"Mission
of the Republic," J, M. Harris; "The
Business World," George B. Daviison;
"Our Frinnds, tbe Lndy Teachers,"
Charles House; ''The Threshold of the
Future," Tbomai -I. Donah os; "Heart
Cnlturtf," Prof-esor George Howell.
Miss Sarah McDonald. mad" an ad
dress and lvn6rson Own, ''.It, recited
Some of those present were:
!is:ws Anne. Jnde, Kffi Thomrnen,
I.ila Frable, (irace Wiochell, Emma I'alk-
I owsky, Jessie Kellow, Lizzie (!arlyon,
Margaretba Bcblmpff. Mary Harris, Anne
I Oibbons, Annie MoTigbs, Kathryn Fits-
pa trick, Janet 0. Jones, Hndget Judco,
Agnes Evans, Mame Coleman, Sara I,.
Rogers, .David Owens, Clara Neimycr,
Amy Howell, Belle Doud, Helen Mott,
Anne Jones, Carl w. r. Neuffer, Ells P.
( island. Anna Bartholomew, Anna Drei
her, Kate Mulltn, Charles House, Mrrv
Hastings. Magsie Durkiu, Miriam Miller,
Andrew M. Fine, Sarah McDonald, Maggie
McDonald, P. A. Carroll, Ells O'Uoyie,
Qeorgina Kittle, Orace Wlnchell, Sarah
McDonald. Kate Mullen, Ella nT.oyle.
Maggie McDouuld, Eizirie I!. Oaughan,
Agni-s K. Boland, Lillie Rechsteiner, Mary
Calfrey, Mis. (tnorge Simmon, Mines Anna
Djuiesher, Lena Minicb, Helen Moir,
Anna Bartholomew. Ijila Osiand, Margaret
Durkin, Annie Jones, Janet Joues, Lillian
Shively, Licsle A. net ma ns, Relen Mort,
Thomas A. Donahoe, John J. Kechtold,
Florence BslriSgel, Victor Honzel, W. F,
Tebbetts, Wilkcs-Parre; J. M. Harris
E. O. Worden, Ooorg Howell, R. W.
Davis, W. H. Konnedy.
JOHN RGSEN HAS BEEN F0l'D.
He Arrived in the City Wl'h Hli Son
John Rosen, whose reported dinp-
psnranco m Jsew i orK cranle l so much
astonishment in this city has been
heard from At 0 50 yestrday after
noon the following telogram wns re
caived in this city from Now York by
John Is here alivo. Don't worry. Oeorgo
is hero. LODM BlTTOMO.
Later in the day the folloix'inir mes
sage was received from Now York:
John and son, (ieorjo, loft on 7.45 for
homo. I,in is BiTToxii.
Mr. Rooen. accompujied by his son
George, and George rasshold, ofPirts
ton avenne, r.rrived 'innw at 12 00 this
morning A Titint Nr: rnportT met
Mr. Rosen's ion as ho was engaging n
cab nud learned that all the founda
tion there is to his father'. disappear
ance is that h'i got lost in New York.
He wns staying at 17.1 Spring street
and started away for a short aftrnoon
walk The result was nothing more
or los than what wonld have hap
pened to hundreds of younger men
with morn active mind''.
Yesterd iy at 2 o'clock, nlthnugh since
his disappearance a vigorous search
was made without finding him, Mr.
Rosen walked into tho house alone in
tbe most matter-of-fact way, and
seemed to be far less concerned than
his friends who wore worriod almost
to death ahont hi:n.
FrJJOYf.BLE D"NCijNG PARTY.
Olven bv Miss Hunt and Rvorett Until
A dancing narfy was aivoti Inst even
ing by Mies Hunt for the Missen Stan
ton and Miss Holmes, of Honesdals,
and by Everett Hunt for his Yale olnss.
mates, Mr. Ilelo and Mr. Lee, at (iM
Amnnrr tho guests were Miss Arch
bald, Mias Amenta Arch bald, Mist
Welles, Miss Jli.ir, Mi Conrsen,
Miss.fermyn, Miss Susan Jernivn, Mi-s
Simpson. Miss Parke, Miss Kingsbury.
MUs Mott, Miss Decker and Messrs
Decker, Archhal I, Blair, Ryle. Whltto.
mors, Sanderson, Merrill, p..sr, Mott,
Chase. Torroy.W. P, Kingsbury, Bslln
Pintt, Wright, Walker.
VETERANS IN T f NTS,
The Graid Atmv at Oettvhsir Lw
Faron on ths HijadinB.
The diminishing remnant of the yast
and gallant host that went forth from
tho mountains and Valleys and cities
of Pennsylvania to the defense of the
Union during the dark days of tho re
bellion, will re-assemble on the his
toric battleflold of Gettysburg on Sat
urday, Juno lift The occasion is that
of tho annual encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic, and for
a week the veterans will live over
again their war time experiences in
true armv stylo, The green heights ol
Cemetery hill, thickly dotted with tho
white tents of tho old soldiers, is an
imposing spoctaero In itself, while a
continuous round of drills, parades,
ABOUT FESTIVE BOARD
eeremonies and eamp-lifa frolics ren
der Gsttyshnrg a most attractive place
to visit during the encampment.
From .lone 27 until July 6, inclu
sive, the Heading railroad will soil
special round trip tickets from all
points in its territory at a vory mate
rial rodnction from tho regular ratos.
These tickets will he good to return
any day until and Inolndlng July 9. On
Sunday, July 1, there will he special
excursion trains over tho Reading road
from Philadelphia and nlso from Read
ing. The low fares afford a rare op
portnntty to visit the groat battlefield
of the rebellion, and those desiring in
formation regarding tickets and trains
can obtain the s.ime from tbe nearest
Ronding railroad tide t agent.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Tho North End office of the BoRAM-ron
Thiuunb Is located at the Lewis DrngHtoro
where snljeeriptoits, adverttsomonti sna com
munications will rec dve prom ptiittention.
John Wolf, of tho register otilse, ia
spending n week's vacation Si Lake Ariel.
Major aril Mrs. Fish, of North Mnin
avenue, ore entertaining Mis. I'agett, of
The death is announced of Silas Knight,
of Mevlort avoune, who was formerly a
well known brakoman on the Delaware
and Hudson railroad.
Thomas If. James, tho Wayne avenue
painter, has withdrawn as candidate for
delegate to the Republican county con
vention in favor of Luther Edwards.
Tne remains of little Prankio Kauff were
tak"ii trem bis parents' residence on Ras!
Market street by the lt.-lf train yesterday
morning to Honesdale, where interment
Thomas Ray, of South Wales, who has
crossed the Atlantic for the benefit of his
health, arrived at his sister's, Mrs.Thotn:i:i
T, Jones, on Monday right. Mr. Rav ro
ports a v.-ry pleasant voyage,
William Bldridge, teamster and of the
Niagara Hose company, endeavored yoa-
(eraay witn nis sssietante ip work a west
em hers- and attracted considerable at
tention by the enporings of the prairie
The following ladies and gentlemen ar
arranging tho ice cream nod strawberry
social at the Welsh llstitist church on July
8: William Pu.-h, Bll Weeks, David I'bii
lips, Mrs. W. R Owens, Mr. nnd Mrs
Jehu, M. Jehu, Mrs. Kp.te Griffiths nnd
Rev. fi. W. Wat kins, Mr. and Mrs.
Beale, and Mr. and Mra. (,'liappell have re
turned from the commencement exercises
at Bncknell university, which they declare
the moat brilliant they have ever wit
nessed, this year's class being tho largest
v.liich hits been graduated, from the uni
versity duiiogtts history. At one of the
sessions Mrs. li. W. Beale road an excel
lent paper in the ladies' section on the
"Educated Woman n', Home." Mr. Wat
kins acted as ad ill licutor In the debating
contest, which was of a high standard of
The funeral of tho late V.'illiam Evans
who was killed nt theCayngn shaft en
Friday, tool; piece yesterday. Although
nt the time announced for the funeral the
thunderstorm was at its worst, a large
concourse .if people assembled nr the house
where tie- old Welsh hymn was sang by
the hundred- gathered together. Services
wers afterwards bold at the Welsh Baptist
church which was crowded and
many were unable to obtain admis
sion. Revs W. F. Pavies, pastor mid
J. E. Davles. late pastor, now of Plymouth
Baptist church, conducted the servicos,
and, among other things, reference was
made to tho fact that tho funeral of the
deceased took place on tho dav be had ar
ranged his we lding. In leaving the church
the membere of the Baptist Church sun
day school, Thomas Jefferson Lo Igo of
Ivoritee and the Silver Lodge of Knights
Of F.agle headed tho procession. A special
feature of the funeral procession was that
all the tams. except on", wero composed
ef gray horses. The interment took place
at the Washburn Str-et cemotc rv. The
flower-bearers were Wnliam J. Hwynne
ami W illiam Bowon, and the pall -bean r
Thomas J. Pavies, William Edwards, J.
M. Jehu and William M. ThomaH, all inti
mate friends of the deceased.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
I All advertising matter, news items and new
subscriptions, if left at the follnvrlns business
places, will I promptly attended to: Zang's
earner snop, wostpranrs store, i. w Humph
rey's pharmacy end A, J Hulderlg's.
Flank T?hmbo went to Peckvtlle yoster-
oev on no ;mesi.
Mrs. M. Koi inson n-'d her son, Phillip,
went to i sice Carey yesterday.
Tho Citizen's band paraded the main
rnnroiiKi::aresoi rnw sine last eveninc.
Pittston avenne Was turned Into a river
during the storm yesterday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. William Baker, of Mnplo
street, reiurneu rrom ,-ew ork yesterday
Dr. J. J. WnKh's fnther, who lives nt
South ( anaan, who has been visiting hi
snii, returned Mme yesterday.
The St. Joseph Catholic Beneficial so
ciety, held a picnic at Central pnrk last
evening. A largo number of prominent.
people wero present.
The first annual picnic of the Haydn
Oleennd Social club will take plRco at
l entrnl park on Jnly 23. The Stnr orches
tra will nvnlsh rhe music.
The first annual picnic of Company A,
Patriotic Uuard, will tnko place nt Cnntml
Park garden on Tuesday, July 24 Tho
ill 1 J : . , . -., . .
uiuaic win no uirnisneu ov rianersi nand
The funeral of tho Into Mrs. Jacob SnAr
took place at the German Presbyterian
Cemetery, ot l et.r burg. yesle-day. A
large number of South Side friends ot
tended the funeral.
Albert Cresler. of Pittston avenne wont
to New York yesterday in order to sail for
Fans, trance, today, in th- stonm-hi
Prieeiand, Ho intends to mako his horn,
there for tho future.
Father Aust's picnic, which taken pluc
looey nr i-urno i ure garoen. promises to
bo one of tho most enjoyable events of the
season. Musio will be discoursed by Qntn's
band and fhedypsy orchestra.
Otto Robinson won tho 100-yard race at
tho Comet Social club picnic at Control
pnrk last Monday, bentiiiB William FickOS
by about three ynnis. The BO-ysrd race
between Henry Leyh and Albert Quthelns,
both of Cedar kVCUUe, was won by tho lat
ter by Ave foot,
(tlivr Burke, a prominent young man
of the South Side, died at his home on Pig
street at an early hour Sunday morning
after a long IlloosS. The deceased be
longed to tbe William Connell Hose nom.
puny, who will attend the funeral in a
body. I he interment will be made
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery this morn
Mr and PT-s J nynt.'s Anniveran
Tile fourteenth anniversnrv of Mr f.,.,1
Mrs. .1. Wyatt wns celebrated last evoning
ni im it nome en .--anoerson av.-nue. JVI
nyatt was pn sontori a handsome v:i"o;
a snioKitig tray was tne gilt for Mr. WJ
aft. Among tho guests were Misses
II-II l ielo, S. Rains, J. Ziinnierm
M. Shotdi ird. S. lom.rov., I. I.f
Lewis, L Coursey. F. Corwin. il. Mansoni
L. lloltham. E Krag-r, and Messrs. J.
Banner, T. Kichords, C. II. ( 'res-swell
'. - -. v. ... -li
lol.nor. Oliver Dav. C Ivnii.hf M n Wh
at!, H. Whyatt, If. Christian a'nd Dow.
Injured on ihs Sail,
Jar"" Danner, of Ptroudsbnrtr. a middle
aged man, while on his way to Oouldsl oro
yesterday fell off the train end received
ratal injuries. Ho wns taken to the Larka-
wanna hospital. He sutTored oonousslon
of the brain and hud his left arm broken.
MITCHELL In Scranton. June 27, 1Crnn-
the 2-year-old daughter of Ira Mitchell,
"f lilbson streot. Funeral notice later.
VAKLEY. At Jossup, TuosiHy. June 2D
Margaret, sged 1 month, daughter of
Thomas and Mary Val ley. Funeral to
morrow at teruoon nt 2 o'clock. Inter
ment in Dnnmore Catholic cometery.
, IN ON 8 III
Over One Hnndrd Hew Jersiyitcs Arc New
In thi City-
THEY CARE ON A PLEASURE TRIP
Last Night They Visited the South
Sido Steel Works and Inspected
Them Today They Will Take a
Trip Over Ihe Delaware and Hud
son Gravity Road to Honesdale
Memb"rs of the Party.
Tho New Jersey Coal exchange mem
bers many of them accompanied by
tboir wives, the whole party number
ing 120 persona, nrrivod in this city
Inst evening and are iinurtered at tbe
Wyoming. The travelers are on pUas
uro bent nnd are from Nawark and
vicinity. They arrived on a special
train of five coaches ov-r the Jersey
Central road, which left Newark yen
District Passenger Agent Swisher, of
the Jersey Central, and F. II. White.of
'ho Wyoming, met the train nt Upper
I. 'high, where a stop was made lor
dinner and a visit to Prospect Ledge,
Tho view wns so grand nnd the air so
line that the train was deleyed in con
tinuing the journey nnd arrived here
mi hon.- and a bait' late al 7 o'olook.
After snp;,ic at tbe Wyoming a visit
was male to tho South works, where,
under the guidance of Eugene Thayer,
agent, of tbe jeraey Cenlra!, who has
conducted many parties through the
mill, the prooesi of minnfsctUN was
stndied. The pnr'.y wee taken to and
from the Works on their special train.
WILL 00 TO BONB8DALB,
At H :I0 o'clock this morning the
Honeeilale and gravity road trip will be
made, returning hero f or dinner Dor
ing the afternoon tho visitors will in
spect various manufacturing plants,
the mines or points of Interest, as thny
may elect, until I BO o'clock, when thoy
will leave lor Wilkes-Darre. They
will be qoatered in Wilkos-Barre at
the Wyoming V Hey house tonight and
in the morning will go down the Red
Ash mine, leaving for N9wark in the
This is the eighth excursion of the
N'ew Jorsey coal exchange and their
second visit us a body to this city.
Thoy were here about eight years ago .
I'hO lout trip was made two yearn ago
lo Jeddo, Wilkes-Barro and Niagara
Many of tho present party who were
Interviewed by it TRIBONB reportor had
notbon in Scranton since the visit of
eight years ngo. They were loud in
their pruis of tho metropolitan ap
pearance of the city and the men who
had brought about tho change. There
wns a general expression of disappoint
ment that morn time had not benn ar
ranged for their stay here.
HBMBBR8 OF THE PARTY.
Tho party is composed of the follow
ing: Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. (lee, Miss Maud Mil
ler. Mr. end Mrs. F. Tegen, jr., Kev. John
Hondlny, Miss Hnndlcy, Mr. and Mis. J.
Bets, Miss Schmidt, Miss Cnrrie M. Crank,
Mr. nnd Mis. I,. T. Mulfoid, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Mills, Mnster Mills, Mr. and
Mrs. William Tnylnr, Miss orkefair, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Uenrio, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
I ledgers, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Van
rIorn,Mr, and MrcHoleomb, Mr. and Mis.
E. It. Bolcomh, Mr and Mrs. C. B. Con&nt,
Miss. H. E. Conant, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Sale
dar, Lewis Brletenig, 0. P. Glessle, J. W.
Mcliok, J. o. Olnttlng, Q, L, Bobenetein,
U M. Rret?:, I".. A. Floury, J. L Schwartz.
.1. Craig. (I. Anlick, A. Allgsker, I). Whit
noy, F. E. Jones, B. C Keuser. D. Mer
chant, ):. Stevens, W. W. Hill. A. Kanf
hold, W. S. Seiger, S. W. Freeman.
o. S. Hayes, O. M. Douglas,
A. P. Bartlett, c. s. Hoffman,
W. H, Crosior, J Bnrlow, C. Heath, B
0. Reiser, A. BtolL H. Finch. II P. Wil
son, O. W. Williamson, P. Dlrich, E. M.
Sterling, A. S. Hague, p. Blewitt, C. Ler
inauu, J. J. Schmidt, F. S. Wilson.
J. Remer. I. W. Searing, A. Mc
Kenaie, B. Dlrich, K. U strempie, J.
N. Lannlng, E. It Drake, W. M, I airier,
John Newton, F. U. Sawnrd, E.L. Irving,
Fred Andreas, A. M. Titus, W. E. Bergen,
it. E. BpottSWOod, P. Cart, Horace Crank
and K. White, of tho Hlno.k Diamond: S.
It. Beidelmnn, of the Lehigh Valley Patl-
r.iad company; A. H. Boss, ot tho D.-ln-ware
and Hudson Canal company) A. D.
Melville, of tie- Lehigh Valley Coal c im
A EUSP FOR SEATS.
ThA Fall ef linbvlon Will Hav Tromen
The diagram for reserved seats for
the "Fall of Babylon" opened nt !l
o'clock yesterday morning, and before
noon nearly every saat lu the lions
was sold, both for Thursday nnd Fri
day evenings. The few remaining
seats will surely be sold today and the
probabilities am that an afternoon per
formance will he given on Saturday,
announcement of which will be made
in totnurow's papers.
The admission to the galleries for to
morrow and Friday evenings will be 23
instead of 85 cents, as advertised
Tho I'enn Avnu Church
and Sunday school will go to Lake Ariel
Friday, July IS. Ticket ", ftO cents; chil
dren, eO cents.
A VfllUatilF PUBLICATION.
New Book bv Rev. I). C. Hujjhas, D. D .
of tbe West Rids.
The Hov. D C, Hughes, D D., pastor
of the Jackson Street lUptist church,
lias written au excellent theological
work entitled "Studios in the Hook of
Mark, Critical. Exegotical, Homiletioal
and PrHOlloal," A representative con
cil. Com tri ling nbout twelve or more
cheapest. Don't be misled by
trying what is said to he "just as
good," but vvhen you paint insist
upon haviii" a genuine brand of
It cords no more p,rr fallon than
cheap paints, and lasts many times
Look out for the brands of White
Lead offered you ; any of the fol
lowing; arc sure :
"Fabnostock," "Armstrong fc McKSlvy,"
For Colors. Nntieinal Lead Co.'1
rui c White Lend Tinting Colors.
The-;" rnlorn nrc sold in onc-pninel rnns r-irh
ran be ne runVk-nt to tint 23 pounds -f strirtlv
Pure white Lead the desired shade; (hej arc In
im sense rndy-mburn pamts. Lnt u combination
ot pertiHtlv pure colors in Ihe handiest (una lo
lint : tn. th Pure While Lted.
Agi.d nsn) topussnd dollsit have been saved
property-owners by having oim hook "n painting
Snd cntir-.nril. Send US n postal card and m
HATtONAL LEAD CO., New Yuik.
different dnnorainstions meet annually
to work a syllabus or routine of work
for Sunday Fchools and for tha next
six months the lessons for school work
will bo the life of Christ ns comprised
in the four gospels.
-Mr. Hughes, who hns bad extrnsiva
experience in theological studies and
researches, especially during his pas
torate of n large church in New York
city, has written t lie book specially in
view of tha lessons referred to as for
some oonsi lera'blo tiroo he contributed
special articles to tho lloineletic
Monthly for tho benefit of teaehera and
Scrn-iton' Bualnosa Intsroat.
TM TaiBORl Will SOOn publish a caro
fully compiled and cloHsitiml list of the
leaning wholesale, bunking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
Sna Vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
mgS, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of loading eitisfns. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep-
ri seuinuou oi r',aiitoiiH many muiu
tiiea. It will be an invaliuiblo exposition
of enr business resources. Sent to
prrnous outside the city, copies of
una nannsoine wont will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The rircn
latlon Is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well ns the city
at large. Kopro-etitatives of Tan TniBUNS
will call upon THOU WHOSg Ramks
are llESinEO in this edition and explain
11s nature more limy.
Those desiring views of thoir residence;
ill this edition will please II AVC notice at
Hay ilia Wehr
and got the iosl At Qnernsey Pros,
fundi ft Weera's and Ballantine'a
Ales sre the hi st. R, J. Wauiil Anent.
83 Lsckawai na a venue.
Wehttvo REDUCED Pricos on
BABY CARRIAGES. onr stock
is too large. You can buy ;t
good Baby Carriage for tho price
of ;t, cheap oim.
Fr Wedding Presents or Fnr-
Dishing for Sntnmer Cottages, we
have a full ami complete line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyomino; Ave.
Jl.50 Per Dozen
HOME JFRSEY CREAMERY BJTTER
In 5 and ,r lb. Pails.
ERS roeoived Daily from iho
Homo Poultry Farm.
A. W. JtJRlSCH
435 SPRUCE STRFF1
BIOTOM1H AND BFORTINO
Tleto-, Oinrlron. Eclipse. LovelL Iinmenfc
nni 1 n eer n neeiw
AM) Tin: TREATMENT OF I.AMF.
MKR8 OF HORBFa
To these branehee I devote ehei.t ntten
lion every sfternorA
Offlee anl toflrosttho BLUMB OABBIAQE
WORKS. IIS IHX OOUBT, HOBANTON.PA.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Graduate f tbe simerloan Veterinary Col
Lffl Rl lrr'-nt t!-ft Me-t Popular rS l,rrrr.rt I,
'.'.irerooms : Oppcittn Colnnihiis MomiTnent,
'On W 71 irrt p?":cn Av. SorCtntOHvPfl
D OOP tlnnlnc nml wldntinR all ilnne nway
x With bj I tie .1 B0 ef HAKTMAN'S I'AT-
knt Paint, win -u e,,,.i-t ..1 ii,i;,,.di nts
welt-known to nil it esabe appUsa to tin,
ckIviiiiImhI tin. sheet Iron roolh, also to iirtck
awelllnn wliieii will prevent, sbsolntelv any
ornmbUni, eraoklBg er breaking ol the
brlek. It will outlHKt tinning ol sny klml ly
limit j' yeiirn.iuiil it'n eont Vhh not oxeeoil mie-
Bfth fnatof theoost of Unalng, Is nil iv
tbo joii or pound, Oontrsote tasen bv
ANTuMO UAUTMANM, W BlrohBl
You Heed Them
And a visit to Martin & Delany's will be
wilder yon 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 vSerge Coat. The proper thing for
Martin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
I DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT I
I his week, as
extra effort to
I 3 1 Im 1 11 Wn R Y
a All our $3 and $4 Trimmed Hats, cut to . .
I All our $5 and $6 Trimmed Eats, out to . .
All our $8 and $10 Trimmed Hats, cut to . .
J 200 pieces Satin Striped Lawn, with col
ored figures, worth 15c, cut to . . .
150 pieces Black Satin, with small colored
figures, worth 18c , cut to
We have 'em in both
stores; all sizes, cloth
Christian, The Hatter
1 32 SPRUCE! ST.
2o b.wii . AVUNUE.
It's a Great Shock
to fho foifts who are rlilmine they unrleraeil
ill others to flad that wlwnai the ipit rata
rr hln-ter w are giving custom tbp bin
flt ornurh opportuntti"" as thpip.
A strirtlv lllqtt Orade Mcht-vielghf
IVheel. 1S04 i:.ttrn. -1 Mo ali.
lis pattern, piso ivhrni, for 7.
1894 pattern, rioo Wheel, for aSO esxK,
rbe"-e prices mnkp th leiinosR nt eu-- -t'i
FLOREY & HOLT
Y If. 0 A BUILDING
'A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSEFUL OF
SHAME." KEEP YOUR HOUSE CLEAN WITH
we have made r
give you Special
4 98 I
12 'c I
Wi: hsv ;i sm.it I lot of those KmVir
orien, lionjht at llnnVrnpt Rsle,
rloie st. less tlnn HALF VALUE.
Vrol d- w-
in colors black
and blue, for
Another Advornt of
Oils BBNWOpi) W 1RDF.1X:
GBNTLRMEH It aff,.rr1 mr rpa;
pl.-n-M . to atatf that your n.w proopu
of PTtrrtlnc teeth nla grajul ...--,. It
ly oaae, nnrl 1 hHrtlly recommend It M
11. I alneerrly hnpp tht .-!,. - will
tpt vt merlta.
V ..em rraprot fully,
CAPT. K. IIRVAVT, Soriuin, fa,
Henwood k Waraell,
316 Lackawanna Av
VTill on snd after Miiv II malro s grout rsdoe
tfo:i In the prices of platen. All work gamr
sntee-i QrHt-eluHt. in avory uarticnlar.
Scientific Eje Testing Free
By Dr. Shiraberg,
The Spoelallat on tlm l?v Hwdachm aeif
Narvouino8 relieved. latest and Improved
.Stylo of Bye Wlaaawi and Siiectaolaa at tha
Lowest Prleea Ut ArtlSctal ty !a..rtl
SOB SPHUCE ST.. op. Old Post OrTIco
inm mupv isLjx cj