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TIIE SCRAETON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MOKNIJSG. JULY (J, 181H.
STELLE & SEELEY,
134 WYOMING AV&
FINEST LINE IN THE CITY
row THE PK1CE3.
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
1UE TBADB BY
The Weston MID Co,
EEWARB -0? COUNTERFEITS J
THE BEMUIHE POPULAR
HAVE THE IMITU'S
G. B. 8c Co.,
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a.
DR. H. B. WARE
406 SPRUCE STREET,
back of Dime Bank.
Edwin Schwartzbnrg, of Milwaukee, la
in the city.
MisB Anna May Barrot, of this city, is
visiting: in Aichbald.
(i. W. Kuooic, of BoBton, and F. F.
Snow, of Detroit, ara guests at the Wyo
ming. Miss Mary Mclliich, who attended
Bthm.l for the pnst terra at a young la
dii'k'xvminnry in Maryland, returned home
to tlilncity yosterdny.
ViUt Emalene Killam, of Green Ridge,
11 nd her friend, lrn. Moore, of1 Philadel
phia, lt-urn today for Paupack. where they
will tpov.i most of the summer.
Eugere Kluberg, the Penu avenue mor
cliunt, Mi ut 10 tbl moruiug for New
York. He will anil tomorrow for Ger
many and be abroad for two mouths.
W. A. Barrett, jr., preldeut of the
Philadelphia (Jar Equipping company and
treacurer of the Pottsvillo EUctiic Rail
way company, and J. W. Perry, mnnatrer
f the electric department of the H. V.
JoIiii'h Manufacturing company, of Phila
delphia, are tho guests of timicral .Mana
ger J. It. B.-etora, of the Scrantou Trac
Those to whom Clsrk i f the Courts John
H. Thomas .yesterday grunted marriage
license were George Davl-, MooHic, Mary
James, b'cratitmi; Joiopn J. Williams and
Mary Ann Morgan, i-crnnton: Patrick
Ruddy ami Urilpret Paytuu, Dunmore:
Henry Martyn, Jermyn, and Jlary E.
, Stephens, Aluylleld; James Carpening and
Lizzie Cawley. fc'cranton; Daulel Evans
and Promella Ilein, Peckvillo.
HOME F.0R CRYSTAL COMPANY.
Competitive Plana for One to Be Adver
tised for by the Mayor.
Mayor Conmll yesterday approved
tbe following resolutions: Directing
the city clerk to advertise for competi
tive pluiis for a house to be e reeled on
the lot on Mulberry street south of the
city laildin;;. The bniUing will be
.owned by the city and 1 to contain
rooms and suitable quarters for the
Crystal H ..vmpaiiy, and the chief
of the fire department; also qmirters
1 or the patrol w a no 11.
Artsointioo directing; the city en
gineer to prepare plans, make epacih
cations and an estimate of tbe cost for
the paving of Lackawanna avenue from
the Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern crossiug to Ninth street with moun
tain stone block, asgkgmuts to be
made according to the foot front rule,
was also approved.
Hallo Boxes Exclusivity.
Best made. Play any desired number of
ttines. Uautscbt & Sons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
derful orchestrial organs, only t5 and f 10,
fcpecialty! Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes,
Ecranton's Basinets Interests.
Tiik Tribunb will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Bcran ton
nd vicinity. Tbe edition will be bound
Id book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure Views of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens, No
similar work has ever given au equul rep
resentation pf Bcranton's mauy indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Bent to
persons outside tbe city, copies of
this handsome work will attraot
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of tbe city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fall of good
results to those concerned as well as the oity
at large. Representative of TUB Tribunb
will call upon thobb Whosb hamks
ara desired lu tbis edition and explain
its nature more fully. -
Those desiring views of heir residences
in this edition " Ji ave notice at
ft Foe to Dyspepsia
NEWS OF WEST SIDE
Reception Tendered to Dr. Josepb Parry In
First Welsh Church.
THE MANY EjJttQIJENT SFEECHES
Dr. Parry Responded to in a Feeling
Manner Miss Alma Jones and
Mrs. Cordelia B. Owens Injured by
Falling from Porches Recital
Given by the Pupils of Miss Delong.
The West Side office of the Scrantos
Tuibunk is located at 113 North Main ave
nue, where, subscriptions, advertisements
and communications will receive prompt
The auditorium of the First Welsh
Congregational church on South Main
avenue was filled with people last even
ing at the reception to Dr. Josepb
Parry, the eminent musical composer
The meeting was a most enthusiastic
one, and a high tribute was paid to tbs
eminent Welshman. Judge dwurds
was cbnirmau and opened the meeting
with an address, in which he heartily
welcomed Dr. Parry amoug bis coun
trymen and hoped that ou bis return
he would tell the people on tbe other
side of the Atlantic-of the general feel
ing of the people here.
Rev. David Jones, the pastor of the
church, was then Introduced. He gave
n short address in Welsh, in wbfeb he
stated that be was well acquainted
with tbe eminent man in Wales. Judge
Edwards culled upon Attorney W. Gay
lord Thomas, who spoke in English.
He said be win very nappy to 0 pres
ent and proud to testify to tbe abilities
of Dr. Parry as a musician.
"I hope the time is not fur distant,"
be said, "when tbe child, Doth male
omi iniilfl shall receive a musical
education universally. Dr. Parry is
worthy of all tbe honors we can be
stow upon bun, There is no Welshman
who adopts tbisountry as bis bom,
but what becomes patriotic and a good
and patriotic American. There are no
anarcbistio or socialistic ideas in him.
This I attribute to tbe refining and
elevating qualities of muiio in which
the Welshman is so proneient, it Im
bues a Wan above these ideas. Music
thrills the soul. To Dr. Parry we ac
cord the highest honors that we can
bestow upon him." In closing he
turned to Dr. Parry spying:
"Aow, my dear friend, when you
return to your borne and friends, do
not forget your kino welcome here."
Hou. Morgan P. William, of Wilkes
B trre, then spoke In Welsh, paying a
uiga tribute to Dr. Parry, and bis
witticisms kept tbe audience in laugh
ter. A. J. Colborn, jr., made a very
neat speech and as Judge E lwards put
it, altbongb be was uot a Welshman,
he tame very near to being one, as he
was born in Somersetshire, near
Wales. Mr. Colborn said:
"I recognize Dr. Parry as a great man
and composer, and extend to him the
warmest welcome. At tbe eisteddfod
in Wilke9-Barre some years ago, the
whole audience, by request of Govern
or Beavers, arose aud sang tbe old re
surrection hyma in a beautiful man
ner, It was soul-inspiring tbougb it
was unknown to me. My heart throb
bed and my eyes filled with tears. The
influence of tnusio was great. We,
with hearts ot friendly greeting, turn
to Dr. Parry and welcome him. Not
as a stranger, but as a friend; and in
closing all that I can say is "God bless
Benjamin Hngbes spoke in the Welsh
I inguuge and Dr. Parry was the last
speaker. Iu words of love nod ten
derness he referred to tbe kindly feel
ing of bis countrymen toward bim sod
credited tbe people here as beiug tbe
brst to speak to mm or cultivating bis
talent in the musical line at London.
He afterwards gave a short address in
Welsh. At the close Dr. Parry sang
one of bis own compositions entitled,
"Make New Friends, But Keep tbe
Old, accompany himself on tbe organ.
He is an excellent vocalist aud the
selection was much enjoyed.
This evening Dr. Parry will lecture
on "Music la Mem ball.
HAD THEIR ARtfS INJURED.
Two Young- Ladles Fall from Porob.es
With Serious Eno.
Miss Alma Jones, the young daughter
otJJ.iuiel Jones, or .north Garaeld ave
nue, was puluiully injured yesterday
afternoon by having two botftsin her
forearm broken. The girl was playing
on th pdreh in front of her home, and
in making n misstep fell to the ground
striking on her arm Dr. J. J. Huberts
was summoned and found that the
child's arm bad received a serious
fracture. The bones were set.
An accident of a similar nature oc
curred yesterday on North Lincoln av
'nue. Cordelia, tbe winsome young
daughter of Jrir. and Mrs. William 13.
Owen, bad the forearm of her right
arm sprained by railing rrotn a porch.
The child was playing and accidentally
fell over, Dr, Allen whs called and
found the sprain so bud that tbe arm
had to tie broken before it could re
ceive proper treatment.
MRS. "DELONG'S PUPILS' RECITAL.
It Was Given List N.ght in Cltrk's Hall
to a Pleased Audleaoe.
Tbe pupils of Miss Mary DeLong,
piano teacher on South Maia uveuue,
g ive a piano recital last evening at
Clark's hall. The room was tastefully
decorated with cboics flowers, and the
puplf, arrayed In white costumes,
presented a pretty appearauce.
The pupils wure accompanied by
Professor II. J. Bauer on the violin.
Their work on the piano was splendid
ti mi snowea great care aua patience on
tbe part of tbuir teacher. Among those
who participated were Misses Anna
and Daisy Poole, Etbel Itlnker, Rachel
Jones, Lydia Sailer, Cora Storms,
Maud Sterner, Gertie Loomis and Allan
Bauer and Everett Delong. Misses
Storms and Sailer sang some very bean
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Miss Maud Hubbard, of Carbondale, Is
Visiting mends in town.
Arja Davies, of Port Orange,, N. J., is
visiting menu on mis siue.
Gomer Williams, of Chestnut street, has
reiurueu irom miaes-Barre.
D. J. Davies, of Eynon street, returned
Athletic and Other
Societies, can have POSTERS of the
most attractive kind, and
of the best workmanship,
prinfed at 'short "notice at
THE TRIBUNE OFFICE.
yesterday from a visit With bis brother,
Jonah Davies, at Hazleton.
Drink Carey's old-fashioned Cronk beer.
Sold at 12ti Jackson street. Families sup
plied at short notice.
Tbe Sloan and Hampton mines and the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western ma
chine shops will be paid today.
Mrs. Matthew Gross, of Wilkes-Barre,
returned borne yesterday from a visit with
frieuda on North bumuer avenue'
John Haunon, a young boy of 8 years, is
now stopping at the home of John Larkiu,
ef 'Price street. The lad Baid that he was
lost, but is unable to state where he is
from. He is darJc companioned with red
Maggie Montgomery, a woman well
known to the police, came to the station
house last night and requested Officer
Lowry to lock her up. Her wish was grat
ified. She then begau to rave about a
child which had been taken away from
her, aud call earnestly for Jack. The wo
man's screams could be beard for blocks.
The case was anuounced as "delirium tre
mens." ALDERMAN POST REVERSED.
Hi Judgment Did Not Stand ia Oelbert
and HcQarrah & Thorns Cases.
Alderman Post's jalgment in the
esses against Mies Emma E. Gelbart
and McGarrah & Thomas was reversed
in court yesterday. Both were con
victed before the alderman for viola
tions of the Sunday law. Tbe merits
of tbe oases were not passed upon, tbe
alderman being reversed because tbe
information in the cases and the rec
ords belonging to them were not com
plete. Other certiorari oases iu which
aldermen were reversed were: C P.
Ford agalust Patrick Quinn; Martin
Walsh against Ann Walsh; LukeSoott
and others against Bridget Boland;
John Kimball against Adam Thomp
Bulos absolute City of Seranton against
M. A. Jenkins, rule to ODen ludiiment;
C. It. Putmau against J. A. Barron, rule to
amend lien; Lackawanna county against
Joreph Sominere, rulo for judgment.
Argued John Powell. against borough
of Dunmore, rule to takeoff nun suit: RoD
orteou & Stone against George High Held,
rule to take off judgment; Josiab Paff and
otDers, executors, against wiiuam 1.
Muitli and others, oase statea: a. A. ue-
pu;' against J. A. Brady, rule for new
Submitted Nellie Ressigule against
bamuel KesHiuuie. rule lur deoree in ai-
vorce: ia mutter of adoption ot W. J..
William and Edward Edwards, Leah
Hooreak and Robe Etta Deau.
Continued John D. Bovles' sons against
Hamburg, Bremen, Fire insursnae com
pany, rule for new trial; Sprlug Brook
Railroad company against Lehigh Coal
and Navigation company, exceptions to
report of master; H. B. Boaramnn agaiust
rrancis 3. Uourdman, rule for alimony.
Stricken off lint James Johnson & Co.
against Sophia New mau, rale to dissolve
CHAUNCEV M. DEPEW TO SPEAK HERE
Proposed Address for Benefit of Sberldan
Chnnncey M. Depew will be invited
by the Sheridan Monument association
to deliver an address in this eity next
month, the proceeds to be for the bene
bt ot the monument fund.
A eommittee ot prominent citizens
will be selected to personally extend
the luvitatioos. At lust eveniug's
meeting of the select council Job'i E
Roche offered the following resolution
which was adopted:
Whereas, the Philip H. Sheridan Mon
ument aseociation, of Scrantou, Pa., is
chartered for the mimosa of erectinsan
equestrian statue memorable of the Tate
General Sheridan, on Court -House square.
or tins city, ana
Whereas, for tbe purpose ot their organ
ization the said association is about to ex
tend an Invitation to Hon. Chauncey M.
Depew, of New York, to speak in this. city
during tbe coming autiimn; therefore,
Resolved, that we, the select couucil of
the City of Scrantou, Pa., in session as
sembled, heartily join in the proposed in
vitation to Mr. Depew, and, we earnestly
hope that he will favor this city with his
.presence at tne time ana tor me purpose
named: and Da it runner
ResQlvod, that this preamble and resolu
tion do suitauiy engrossed oy tne presmenc
and attested by tho clerk, that his honor,
tbe mayor, be requested to present the
same to Air, Depew.
THE FIREWORKS EXPL00ED.
Soo Hoo Doo'e Jupauet Stock Was En
At 3 30 yesterday morning a quantity
ot fireworks exploded in tbe Japanese
goods store of &o lloo Do on Wash
ington avenue near Linden street. The
plate glass front and door were blown
into the street and the store's interior
waa immediately a mass of fltmes.
Soo Hoo Doo aud his wife were
asleep in the living apartments at the
rear of the store at the time, but were
uninjured and made their escape from
the back door.
District companies responded quickly
to the alarm turned' in by Druggist
Koeuipel. whose store is on the corner
and adjoining the place of Soo Hoo
Doo. A he fumes were coufiued to tbe
store, but were extinguished only after
tbe stock was completely consumed.
It was valued at f'i.uUO and was cov
ered by only a email amount of ineur
auce. Tne damage to tbe building is
protected by insurance held by tbe
owner, E. R. Parker.
Dr. Elton M. Green's office on tbe
second il)or was but slightly damaged,
So lloo Doo and bis wife were
rendered homeless by tbe fire, but
were shtltured by Julge nnl Mir.
Hand, whose residence Is on the oppo
site side or the street.
LANG IS A DANGEROUi MAN.
He Threatened to do Bodily Harm to
Peter Laujr, of the West Side, re
freshed himself beyond the limit of
sobriety on July 4th, and met Baker
F.,(i. Waldner. for whom he used to
woikusa bread mixer, Four months
ago he left Walduer's s-rvie but on
different occasions, prior to that be was
diiicbarued for drunkonnes.
He threatened to do Waldner bodily
harm, and a warrant caused bim to ap
pear and answer tbe oharge yesterday
He could not furnish bail and Alder
man Fitzsimmons committed him to
the county j-iil,
"I will get free board for two
mouths." remarked Lang, as he was led
off to Hotel Fabey.
MRS. FR.ALEY CRANTE0 A DIVORCE".
Fre d from the Hatband She Poesesetd
Only ia Name.
Mrs. Ann C. Fruley. ot the West
Side, was yesterday granted a divorce
from John W, Fraley. They were
married twelve years ago, but Fralev
abused his wife and refused to support
Sbe sued bim for destrlion and be
was sent to jail and direoted to pay her
a stipulated sura eacb month. After
being released from jail Fraley did not
again live with his wife, neither did he
support ber as directed.
He is now a resident ot Daihorf.lt is
Tbe best ice cream freezers. Twenty
left and will close them out today at cost.
Come early and get one.
THOS. F. LlOltARD,
' . 505 Lacks, ave.
Funeral of John Doud from Bis tile Home
on Fear Street.
ANOTHER SOCIETY FORKED
Harry Welde Will Bo Taken to His
Home Today He Improved! Rapidly
Yesterday Fire In Mrs. Dippre's
House in SchimpfF Court Con
siderable Opposition to the Pro
posed Sewer Minor News Notes
The funeral of the late John Dond
was largely attended from bis late
home 433 Pear street yesterday tuorn-
ing. The remains were taken to St,
John's church wbere a high mass of
requiem was sung by Iter. Father
The pall bearers wois Peter Walsb,
James Gallagher, Mich.iel Crane, Law
rence Sharkey, John Brown and Pat
rick Gallagher. Interment was made
iu Hyde Park Catbolio cemetery.
ALBERT HUHN'S NARROW ESCAPE.
Prompt Aotlon of a Driver Saved Him
Little Albert Huhu, son 0! Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Hubn, of Cherry street,
bad a narrow escape from serious' in
jury at Wyoming and Lackawanna av
enues yesterday afternoon, ibe boy
slipped away from bis mother and was
almost under the feet of a team of
horses, when tbe prompt action of tbe
driver averted what would have bseu a
A child of Mr. and Mrs. Martin, of
Fig street, was quite seriously burned
with fireworks. Mrs. Martin was also
OPPOSED TO THE SEWER.
Many Property OWaere Do Not Look
on It with Favor.
Tbe ordinance creating tbe Seven
teenth sewer district in tbe Eleventh,
Twelfth and Nineteenth wards wbisb
passed first and. second readings at last
night's council meeting is creating
muob unfavorable comment, especially
in the Nineteenth ward.
Many property owners say that at
tbis time it would be a hardship for
tbm to pjy a large sewer asseement
and they want' tbe building of a sewer
delayed until the times become better.
A YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY.
It Was Formed Last Night by fitv. Ed
Tbe Rev. Edward Lang, of St. Paul's
churob, Prospect avenue, organized a
Young People s society lust eveniug
which Is Intended to further the inter
ests of the congregation.
Tweuty-four young people enrolled.
A concert will be given in tbe near
WELDE IS fUCOVERING.
He Will Be Taken to His Home on
Blroh Street Today.
Harry Welde. the young man wbo
was Injured in tbe bicycle raees at tbe
Driving park on Wednesday, is greatly
He will be taken from the hospital
today to the home of bis parents, oi
FIRE IN SCHIMPFF'S COURT.
Started in the House of Mr. Dippre,
At 3 15 yesterday afernoon a fire
broke out in Mrs. Dippre's house in
bohimr tf s court.
It was caused by fireworks. Tbe
Century Company responded to the
alarm and extinguished the llszs be
fore much damage was done.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Mrs. George Beamish, of Pitta ton avenue,
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hof
mitstor are sick.
John H. Brooks roturned from Dover, N,
J., last evening,
Little Amy Miller, of Slocura street, is
Mutbew B, Lynett, of Honeedale, spent
uuiy wun Disirieaus on mis siuo.
Andrew Connolly, of Bloonisborg, was
visiting menus on uircn street yesterday.
Mrs. Eichborn, of Prospect avenue, is
able to be about agaiu after a serious ill
Mtsa Eflle Carpenter, of TJoiondale, is
visiting juibs aiujigie ttocue, or Cherry
It was Daniel Welsh's hon e which took
Ore on July 4,. and not Kelley s, as re
Mrs. Benjamin McGinnes, of Philadel
phia, is visiting Mrs. Maiming, of Cedar
Commissioner Kirst and a score ot city
employes laid tho dust on a number of the
streets on this side last eveuiug.
A son was born to Mr. aud Mrs. John
Sweeney on July 4, ami in honor of the
day they will call mmueorge Washington
The Irish Catholic Benevolent union of
Hyde Park will hold a picnio at Central
Park garden on Saturday afternoon aud
Rev. Father M iuley, of 3i Mirv's Col
lego, Baltimore, aud Dr. Pter Mauloy, of
l arooiitinie, spent tue Jfourtu with Dr.
J. A. Alaulov, ul lJititon avenue.
tonight at the Young Women's Chris
tian association rooms on Cedar avenue
will be held a sewing and reading circle,
All ure coruiaiir invited to atcpud.
Miss Llzjiie Burns won a ring in com
petition from Mini Lizzie Mullen at the
Harvard picnic Tuesday. The cake oon
test was won by Miss Lucy Logging.,
The smell nrisina from the gutter ut t.hn
eeri er of R-miugtou avenue and iilin
street Is (o ttni:rr as to constitute a num.
anon and should be attended to by the
A rumor was extensively circulated
among the residents or this side last even
lug to the effect that Patnck Donnelly, of
neecn street, uaa Deeu suot oy a rounder,
Jit was wituuut foundation.
OFFICER ROCHE' i CLEVER WORK.
II Caused Mania Hurray to B Lodged
The patience aud clever work of Of
ficer David' Roche were rewarded yes
terday by tbe capture of Martin Mur
rey, a horse thief, near the West mouu-
Murray was formerly a huckster iu
tbis city, but left bare about two years
ugo tor pnrts unknown. Nothing was
heard or bim uutil June 14, when Cbiet
Simpson received a communication
from Pittsburg stating that Murray
had decamped from thai city with a
borse and carriage belonging to-Geur
Ing & McKeona, who run a feed sto:e
Chief Simpion deUled Offloer Rjcbe
to keep a look out for Murray, and af
ter a diligent sea rob the officer looateil
Murray hear the West mountain, Where
he went yesterday abojjt noon and
At first Murray denied all knowledge
ot the horse, baton being brought to
the central station be admlttel that ha
had stolea tbs animal and told the of
ficer wbere be had disposed of ft.
x bis is not tbe first oaens) of a like
nature of which be has been aooused.
REPAIRING THE CAR TRACKS.
A Foroe of Ken Are at Work on Lacka
A fores of meu started yesterday to
tear no the inoomine street ear traok
on Laskawanaa 'avenue and new rails
ara in readiness to replaea the old
ones. Tbe new rail is a solidly built
arttols of metal, weigbiug'aiilily pounds
to the yard and standing seven incuts
blgb. The Tractien company has re
ceived shipments enough of rails to fe-
piaoe tbe tracks on Laekawaana ave
nue, aud tbe work ot repair will be
pushed rapidly ahead.
General Manager ceetem said last
night that tbe repairs would be pushed
forward as rapidly as possible. Kails
are bard to obtain at present, which
bas been the only caute that has de
layed the work thus far.
NOETH END BRIEFS,
fThe North End offli-o of the Rchahtoh
ThIUUNt ialocated at the Lewis Druif Store
arid Jehu's bture, Wayne avenue, where sub
acr ptioDs, advertisements and cemmuutcatlon
will receive prompt attention.
Fv B. Silkmau, of North ilalu avenue, is
Evan Jones, ot Umier LehUzh. is tbe
guost of Evan W. Lewis, of Summit
Samuel Lewis bas disposed of tbe run-
away steed autl lmi a splendid animal in
stead. Tbe rug has not been found since
Rev. and Mrs. W. F, Davis. Miss Davis.
Oscar Davis, Mis Kate Griffiths, Thomas
T, Davis, William Kline aud Mrs. Thomas
Lewis spent July 4 at Lake Wiuola.
From a temperance standpoint Provi
dence emerged from tbe Fourth of July
celebrations very creditably, only three
police cases appearing before the alder
man. We have REDUCED prices on
BABY CARRJAGES, our stock
Is too large. You can buy a
good Baby Carriage for tho price
of a cheap one.
For Wedding Presents r Fur
nishing for Summer Cottages, we
have a full and complete line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
The Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
FIRST MONTH'S SEltVlCKS FREE
FOR ALL DISEASES AND ALL
The great English Rtiiff ot Physicians Tho
MOST DIST1NM'IUEI SPECIALISTS
ON TIIE CONTINENT Tho President aud
Chief uiaguusiicliiu can be found daily In
too purior at tue
1:12 and Wl PKNN AVENUE. They come
rf comm-Miiieu oy royalty una tne nre pliyni
r-ians of Europe TI:oy treat nil Hi-nee
u..n,,,..B 1 i. n ....... ... . A t
..Mt'.U, 1.0 Will U 11 W UVW yiV 7"-. i G Ol
1 1VK cure Kuarai.tof, in ail tjEXUAL Dlij-
E AtDiLO UUU VI UaKUCS?9 01
by our now treatment ration' s treated by
corretiiHJuumic" aua uieiiiciu ii wnn lull w
rvetlons seut by vxnrcss. But. wbvn totei.
lila. a personal von ul tut ion is preferred. All
consultations are hold iu strict pt-lrauy,
N.B. J'hene Specialists can cure all reoaut
as ' c,L.ju ssauioueianamg chromc,au&cult
iinu uuwui-e nse.f tutu uuvu uauu neuiectcu
or unhkillfully treated . Calls londtf liv an-
pnintmunt an! pa tieutu treated :it tlulrliumj
wuen U'.s.i'uo. uoirrs, v to 4 aud I to 8 3D.
Armour's LunchTongue 35c
Armour's Potted Ham, 15c
Armour's Deviled Ham, 10c
See our display of Picnic
427 LACKA.WANUA AVE.
R 00? tinning and toldorlsg all done away
With by the use of HABTMAN 8 LAT
ENT PAINT, Which cQnalet of iuirredl nts
veU-kflowh to nil. It can he applied to tin,
galvanized tin, saoet iron ruofs, also to briok
Wellinsa, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling orauktng or broaking pf the
brick. It will outlast tinning ot any kind by
many yenrs.and it's cost does not exceed one
fifth that of i ho cost of tuning. Is sold by
the job or pound. Oontraots tnkon by
ANIOMO UAUIMAMX, W BLroh St
Museum of Anatomy
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
2S3 LACKAWANNA AVE.,
Occupying three Urge balls, Open dally from
lu e-m. to 10 p m. for men. Thursdays, from
1 to 7 p.m. tor ladies on It. Lectures every
ho us freee Admission, lOo. only.
You Heed Them
And a visit to Martin
wilder you at their
goods. Just the stuff
Our novelty in
Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and
Black Serge Coat.
Sffartin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 Lackawanna A?e.
real Values This leek
I Two cases Ladies' Lisle-finish
I 15c, three for
g One case Men's Balbriggan Shirts, worth ORp
- 39c, for
Five dozen Ladies' Laundered Percale Shirt
3 Vaists, worth $1, to
s Twenty-five pieces Satin-striped India Linen Ap
a Colored Figures, worth 18c, to close
H Great Reduction in MILLINERY. Everything at
It's a Great 3ho&
fatie folks wo are claiming tbey undersell
111 other to flud that without tbe least fua
or blrwter we are (riving' cuatomTS the ben
efit of such op portuu i ties as tlieaa.
A MWetly H1h Grade UchUvrelc'
WfcMl, 169 ftfrn, fr SllO oe-h.
1803 pnlt.ro, 1160 Wheel, tor CM.
1894 pattern, f 100 TVhoel, for 8,89 oaa!
Ricse prlcos make the business at oar storo.
FLORBY & HOLT
V, M. C A. BUILDING.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLUS AND SPORTING
Victor, Gendron, Eclipse, LovolL Diamcnt
Ire at rreeent the H6t lNpnler and Preferred by
Warerooms: Opposite Columbus Monument,
5 Wnahlngton Av. Soranton.Pe
"GOOD WIVES GROW FAIR IN THE LIGHT
OF THEIR WORKS," ESPECIALLY
IF THEY USE
& Delany's will be
immense stock of thin
to keep you cool.
summer goods is a
The proper thing for
S08 Lackawanna kit
Vests, worth ORp E
- - - - wU
el. sVVek W Vlf ,.1
in colors black
and blue, for
Another Advocate of
ORS. HKNWOOD A WABDEXX:
GENTLEMEN It aflorde m (reti
pleaiure to state that your wprooeej
of extracting tenth was a Bra eiweww IS
my easo, and I heartily recommend It M
all. I sincerely hope that ethers will
CAPT. 8. K. UUYANX, Soraaton, Fa)
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after Mav SI make a great reduej
tloa In the prions of platos. All work goaf
anteel first-das ia evory particular.
Scientific Eys Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on the Eye. Qoadaohe m
Nervousness reltsTed. Latest and Improved
Style of Eye Glauses and Spectacles at tba
Lowest Prices. Beat ArtiUolal Eyes insert!
I SOft I
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