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STELLE & SEELEY,
134 WYOMING AVE.
IINEST LINE IN THE CITY
POR THE PRICB,
And always have
Good . Bread.
HANUFACTTJUED AND FOU SALE TO
TIIE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Co,
EEUAR! C? COUNTERFEITS !
THE KFWU1HE POPUlft?
HAVE THE IMiTIAlS
G.. B. St Co.,
fmnrii'tort m Esnh C'flsr.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. B. WARE
"406 SPRUCE STREET,
back of Dime Eank.
T. .1. Dully and John J. Murphy, spent
yesterday nt Carbondale.
Mi.-'s Florence Edgar loft yesterday to
visit her grandparents at Paupack, lor a
MNs Lily Chamberlain, of Brooklyn,
Su-qrehanna county, is the guest of (ireeu
!.iss Mame Xallin, of Pittston avenue,
h s iiTturned from a month's visit with
friends iu Brooklyn, N. Y,
jX. 11. L,utz una returned from a
p! ;is:mt trip to Atlantic City, Washington
nr. 1 other summer resorts.
Mr-. Booth, exponent of tho Prang art
system in the public schools, is enjoying a
vacation at Ucean Urove.
City S dicitur James II. Torroy and fam
il . left yosterday for Block Island. Tuey
v ill be absent about two weeks.
F. Vi. Ponraall, secretary of the Railroad
Yenng Men's Christian association, will
cr nduct the service at tho Rescue Mission
Hon. E. A. Corny, of West Pittston.
n bed successfully for pickerel nt Lake
Henry yesterday nnd called on Scranton
friends in the evening.
Among those who left this city for
Cleveland, 0., yesterday to attond the
Christian Endeavor convention wore Miss
Cora Decker, Charles II. Cha-iiiler. W. B
Letchworth, city; Rev. W. H. Wbiinkor,
joucuvnie; rtev. a. i. u'en, uunmnre.
Herman Brown, of New Yorif.is visiting
friends in thb city, Sir. Brown formerly
Conducted a newspaper agency in this
ci'y, but is now engaged In tho restaurant
bu-iness in the metropolis and an officer of
olid of tho lauiuiany district organizations
The Pionlo of tbs Seaaoa.
Tho grentost event of the e.ion will be
the picnic of f-t. Paul's Pioneer corps,
wliicli will bo liclu at tiiinrcl llill park ou
r-etnrday, July 14. (ireat preparations for
tlie same are uow coiupleto. There have
been many enjoyable picnics held at this
report, but this one will excel them nil for
pleasure. It is tho intention of the com
mittee in chargi) to make this an enjoyable
ailair for the thousands of people who
v i;l attend. Refreshments of ail kinds
will bo served ou the grounds and thero
w ill be games of all kiuds. The event of
the day will be an exhibition drill given
ny mo corps at 7. an p. in.
Fhom 6 to 8 each evening, visitors will
be shown Wooulawn Park lots.
Ecrantofa'a Business Intsrssts.
Tub TniiiCNK will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classiUed list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing aud professional interests of bcranton
aud vicinity. The edition will be bound
iu book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure viows of our pnblic build
11 gs, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever giveu an equal rep
resentation of Scrantou's many lndu.
tries. It will be au invaluablo exposition
of our business resourcos. Bent to
persons outside the city, copiea of
this handsome work will attract
no.w comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
resu Its to those concerned as well as the city
at largo. Representatives of T'lE Tkibiinb
will call upon those wnoss names
are dksired in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In tnis edition will please kave notice at
1 Bnoklen's. Arnloa Salva, -The
best salve in the world for Cnt
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khenm. Fever
bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns aud all bkiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
it- guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price !i6 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
A fog to Dyspepsia
EWS OF VEST SID
Board or Trade Holds a Highly Interesting
MUTTER OF PMS CONSIDERED
Believe That the Round Woods and
Tripp's Woods Should Do Secured
by Councils for Public Breathing
Places Mrs. Harris Removed to
Her Home in Tcxa3 by Her Son.
Other News Notes.
Tho Went Bido officn of tho Schanton
Thuiunk is locatml tit 113 North Mum ave
nue, whore subscriptions, advertisements
und commuuli'Atioua will receive prompt
A regular meeting of the West Side
board of tmde was held last evening in
Clark's hull on South Main avenue, D.
M. Jones presided. II. D. Jones, of
the streets mid bridges committee, re
ported in the matter of paving Ninth
and Robinson streets, that progress had
leen made and that it is sure to go
throiiKh. T. II. Dale learned that a plot
of ground on south Main avenue, nnd
been purchased by a manufacturing
company, and if Deeded any assistance
it would call upon the board. Iu the
matter of oltaininir n park on the
Tnpp property Charley E. Daniels sid
that ha was apeaking to aoino of the
trustees and thay said it could b pur
chased nt a nominal price. Ou fu'rther
discussion the Hound Woods was found
to be the more favorable.
Mr. Dale remarkod that in a growing
city it is advisable to procuro as many
parks as possible. Iu regard to the
question of a viaduct, it was said that
me sooner tho viaduct was otitaiuod the
better. On th widening of Prioe street
progress was reported by Mr. Dal.
The following resolution was offered
by Mr. Dale.
Resolved, That this board heartily np
proveB the project or procuring the Tripp
park for tho uucoiumudatiou of that por
tion of the city, but at the sninn time we
renew out expression that for Hyde Park
uo place is as suitable as the xtound Woods.
An amendment was made to the by
laws by Air. Dale, reducing the month
ly dues from fit) to 25 cents, Tho mat
ter was laid over for one month. The
si-crotary was notified to send the mem
bers a circular requesting them to at
tend, nftor which the uweting ad
journed. LEFT FOR HOME IN TEXAS.
Harris Taken Thara by Her Son,
Isadora Harris, of Tex is, retnrned to
his home yesterday morning. Mr.
Harris came to this city a few days
ago for tho purpose of removing ms
mother to bis homo in the far west.
Mrs. Harris came hero a few weeks
ago to visit her sister, Mrs. Konn
stamm, of 'North Stunner avenne, and
in a few days after arrival became
suddenly ill. which necessitated the
telegraphing for her son to effect her
removal home. The party loft on the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
train at ISO 0. 111 , yesterday.
TWINING IS RECOVERING.
He I-jurd Hirasalf Two Weeks Ago
with a Sickle.
Alfred Twining, reporter for the
Free Press, is recovering from an acci
dent which has confined him to his
home for the past two weeks. The ac
cident was csiised by Mr. Twining
striking himself in the Knee with a
sickle while in tao act of cutting grass
at his summer residence at Waverly.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Georce .Tacoby is visiting friends at
lli-s Jessie Evans, of Carbondale, culled
on friends hero yesteruay.
The pipe drain in the Twenty-first ward
has been completed and accepted.
tie rgo Vvinans, 01 iNortu Jlain avenue,
is enjoying his vacation at Lake vv moliv
Mrs, M. Edwards, of Shamokin, has
returned home after a visit witb friends
on this side.
Miss Alice Depue, of TJazInton, and Miss
Adeline Hall, or Hampton street, are rus
ticating at Lake Wmoia.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bennett, of ave
nue D. Bellevne, left yesterday morning
for ucean (trove, lor tne benullt of Mr,
. II. Taylor, manager of tho Fcrnnton
city directory, bin been seriously ill from
a third attack of hemorrhage of the stom-
acu. LiiUer the treatment or Dr. 11.
Logan lis is now on tho road to recovery,
Thomas J. Evans, of Kellovuo street Bud
David Davis of avenue C, liellevue, left
last evening on the midnight Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western train to New
York city enrontn for a three months' visit
with friends in Wales.
The Christian Endeavor society of the
Welsh Calvinistic Methodist cluirch has
elected tho following ollicers: President,
Joseph D. Davios; vicx prpnident, Miss
Jennie Uavi s; secretary, JMy Jlarris; treas
uier, Miss Rebecca Thomas.
Tho remains of the late Oliver Lewis, of
hprmg street, were Interred In tlie Wash
burn street cemetery yesterday. The fu
neral wns a large on. Services were con
ducted in the Welsh Cougregalioual church
at Providence, by Rev. K. a. Jones.
A sppcial meeting of the members of tlie
Plymouth Congregational church will be
lieM on Tuesday evening, iiuiy 17, at 7.4
o'clock, for the purpose of considering th
advisability of extending a pastoral call,
Rev. Thomas Bell, of South Dartmouth,
Mass., is prominently mentioned.
L;oturs of Rsv. Br. Hawxhurst on ths
The leoture by Rv. Dr. Hawxhurst
last evening at the Park Placo chnrch
npon the passion play at Ober Ainmer
gaa was attended by a large number
who evidently appreciated the interest
ing remarks made by the speaker de
ducted from his experience when he
Attenuod the last passion play.
The views were exceedingly tine and
well manipulated. Various now points
in the history of Christ must have been
gathered by the audience, and the
stereoptoplo view gave additional
force to the valuable explanations ren
dered by the lecturer. There is no
donbt that the series of lectures mast
prove a great educational boon, and
the audience of last evening testifies
that thoy are dnly appreciated.
NEIGHBORS AT WAR.
Van Wert Says Mrs. Soughsr
Threatened to Kill Her.
Alderman Koran's office was crowded
last night and even the staircase failed
to accommodate the overflow audience
which assembled when the complaint
of Mrs. Amelia Van Wert against Mrs.
Ceila Dougber, who, Mrs. Van Wert
alleges, threatened to kill ber.
The incident ocenrred on Jnly 6, and
several witnesses swore that Mrs.
Dougher brandished stick and was
intoxioated, while the defense swore
quite the opposite. The alderman
bound Mrs. Dougher over to keep the
peace and appear at Jhe court of quar
ter sessions. -
NORTH END BRIEF3.
Mrs. Donnell, of Now York, la visiting
Mrs. Kogor (Iriuios, of Ureeu Ridgo.
A baby daughter arrived at the resi
dence of Jlr. and ilra. Henry Eyana, Mar
garet nveune, yosterdny.
Miss Stolla Oisnitr rotnrnrd home to La
rimno yestordny and was accompanied by
Miss Phoebe Smith who will spend her va
cation thero and at Lake Wiuola.
A full list of tho person killed at tho
Colfyuydd explosion, together with their
agoti and other particular, may be found
at Johu's store, on Wayne avenue.
Luther Edwards, D. F. Davis and Llew
ellyn Evans were at (.'nrbniidulo yesterday
to attend the mining examination. Twenty-nix
applicants from Providence will bo
examined for wine foromon,
Mr. Burke who was recoutly arrostod
for selling intoxicants without" a licenaa
entered bail beforo Alderman Williams for
t'M to appear at tho court of quarter ses
sions, J.J. Whyte becoming his bondsman.
A party wns given nt tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew t'"ley, of West Market
street, Inst evening, in honor of n fine boy
who arrived from buhylmid last Friday.
A large number of friends assnnibled to
welcome Edward, as ho was christened,
and a pleasant oveuiug was spent. After
congratulations on all sides the guests left
for homo at an early hour. lMreslnueuts
were served throughout the evouing.
The recent civil atrife in Nicnruugua
is recalled by the arrival in Scranton
yesterday of 15. King, a mining en
gineer, who with tivo other Americans
were deluded Into the employ of the
usurgents and final ly made their es
cape to Hluelields atler a dangerous
journey fraught with fighting and suf-
rlng. The expeiienco of. the party
were related to a Tkibune reporter yes-
erday by Mr. lung n follows:
'inrougn uonzaies and company, a
Denver tirra and agents for Central
American governments, bix American
engineers were engaged to go to Nicar
agua and assist the government in
planning fortifications, A deposit of
$.',400 was made by UtiZ'iles & Co. in
Denver bank to bind the hi' 111 to
their part of the contract, after which
the party of Americans sailed from
S:iu Francisco for Nicaraugua,
After thev had beon a few days in
the latter country thoy suspected that
they had been betrayed into the em
ploy of the rebel forces, and choosing a
favorable opportunity mado their es
cape from the insurgent lines. They
were intercepte I bv a dotachmont of
government troops, bnt under cover of
darkness made a sortie and cut their
way through and hid in tho mount
ains. Una of the Americans was alight
ly wounded, but after a week of dep
rivation and suffering they arrived at
B'.ueiields in a nearly famished and ex
hausted condition. At H! no Ho Ids the
steamie Carlisle was making ready to
weigh anchor for Boston and a passage
for the party was readily secured when
their expenehces and identity were
When Boston was roaobod the party
separated as it was not known whether
the Nicarauguau covornmont would
make application to the United Stat
for their extradition under the treason
act. It hns since bon learned, how
ever, that 110 claim for their delivery
can legally tlx male, and following
this decision Mr. King is eronte for
Denver to claim for himself and com
panions the S. -100 deposit which must
be forfeited by (Jonzalos 6i Co.
The industrial school for soldiers' or
phans, recently established at Scot
land, Pa., and which will probably
open October 1, will be attended by
hundreds of scholars from the State
Soldiers' Orphan schools of Uniontown
Harford and Chester Springs. It is
said that the 1,000 capacity of tho indus
trial school will ao deplete the attend
ance of scholars over 11 years of age nt
the orphan school as to raise a serious
nn-Btion of how the attendance, at the
turee schools will be kept up. Thi
mat ter is occupying the attention of the
Soldiers Orphan School commission, o
which Colonel E II. ltipple, of tuis
citv, ii a member, and they sre m.ik
ing an endeavor to increase the mm
bership of the throe schools. It wou!:l
be well for interested persons to secure
the admission of eligible children to
the schools and fill the vacancies. Scot
land, where the indmtriul achoal is
located, i- five miles from Chamhers-
bnrg. Such trades as Hhosinaking,
blacksmitliing, carpentry, etc., will ba
taught this year, but later tho school
will he properly equipped to instruct
in a larger number of mauual occupa
Tha ro-appolntment of S. B. Stil
well of this city, by Governor Patti
sou ytsterday as one of the fish com
miasioners of the state was a graceful
and deserved tribute to Mr. Stilwoll
groat efficiency in the past in tha
ollice. Jiunsoif an anient niiierm in
he hns done his utmost to increase the
stock of fish in the various streams i
tills part of tha statu nud to see tha
the laws with regard to fishing wer
It looks as though our county com
misfdoners were practicing a bit
false economy in permitting the walk
ol tho uptown bridge remain in its
present precarious condition. If
stitch in time saves nine," a small
nmonnt expended 1:1 n new walk now
may save the county soveral thousands
John Broad, the old and roliabl
cobbler, has been confined to his house
for several days past by qui to a severe
Master Mortie Harris, of New Y01
city, is spending a few waeks at the
home of Leopold Fuerth on lower
Miss Mamie Tracy gave an afternoon
tea to a number of her young friends
yesterday on Irving 0I1II.
The best sidowalk iu Ilonesdale bas
just been completed in front of tl
stores owned by William Reidonbecker
on Main stret.
Company E will pive n dance on Fri
day evening,- July 13, nt their new ar
mory. Admission 2.1 cents. The pub
lic is cordially invitod to attend.
The Episcopal Sunday school "wi
pionlo at Farviow on Tuesday, Aug. 14.
The Ked Men will parade our princ
pal streets on the night of Jnly 11), an
on the following day will picnic nt
Lak4 Ami. Don c miss the Ked Men
Qus Qrainba, of Jersey City,
spending bis vacation at his home here,
WEICIIEL-Jnly 10. 1894, Guslo E daugh
ter of Mr. and Mib. Chailea J. P.
Woichel. of 230 Penn avenuo. aired
years. Funeral Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock from residence. Interment nt
Forest Hill cemetery.
HOBAN In Scranton, July 10, Joseph
Vv. IJoban. brother of Thomas and Pat'
rick llobnn, at his home on Wyoming
avenue, ureon uiuge.- Funeral -notice
DIES OF SOUTH K
Willi a Dyna-
EXPLODED WITH GREAT FORCE
Henry Sprandel Injured About the
Face and Hands, dames Gilroy's and
Clarence Ketrick's Faces Cut.
Cartridge Supposed to Havo Been
Left by Workmen Employed Blasting,
Rock in the Neighborhood Other
Three young boys, Henry Snrsndsl.
Clarence Ketrick and James Oilroy,
hile playing at the corner of Pros
pect avenue and Beech street at 10
clock yesterday morning, found a
dynamite cap and lit it with a match.
he cap exploded and injured tho boys
Young S;irandol, who held the cn in
his hand, received the worst injury.
Ilia thumb aud forefinger of the left
hand were shattered and tho remain
ing fingers of tho hand were badly
lacoratud. His face waa also badlv
:. Dr. Hand was called and found
necessary to amputate half of the
thumb nud half of the forefinger. Tho
other fingers wero patched up. Tho
boy's face, was dressed and at latest ro
po"ts ho was improving nicely.
The liilroy boy roceivod only slight
cuts on tbi face. Ketrick, who is a
son of I'roftsBor M. J. Ketrick, was
badly cut on the face and Dr. J. A.
Manly was called to attend him. Tho
extent of Ketrick's injuries is not se
rious though the boy'a face may be
The boys are all about 8 vers of ace.
aud the cap which they found is sup
posed to havo boon left there by the
workmen of the bcranton Gas and Wa-
er company, who not long ago were
blasting tho ground in digging a water
m lin on Bsech street.
1 no report of tno concussion wns
vrry loud und thos9 who beard it ex
acted to see tho bovs torn in shreds
after it had passed oil. Young Spran
el is 11 son of Jacob Sprandel living at
717 Prospect avenuo.
THOMAS SPRUKS SURPRISED.
A Party Tendered Him at His Home on
A surprise party was tendered
Thomas Spruks ntthis home. 813 Pros
pect avenue, Monday evening in honor
of bis fortieth birthday, Thero was a
Urge number of friends present, among
those from ont of town being: John
Spruks, of Houesdalo, and William
Uubor, of Beech Pond.
Ilw following Indies and gentlemen
nttue city also attended: Mr. and Mrs,
Williamson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob Haf-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spenks nud
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bittle-
meyr, Mrs. Hiser and son, Mr. and
Mrs. George Schoutz. Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Nouls, Misses Lizzie
Hiliz, Wanda Wostpfahl, Emma
Schoutz, Minnie, Annia and
Baumlester, Teasie Ranch,
Schultz, Mary Wirtz, Kats
Kate Mclntyre, Kate Kilcoyne, Snlie
Lovolace, Lily Williamson and Kate
Lewert, William Wysor and son.
Charles Spruks, Jacob Mansfield, Jabob
Miller, John T. Richardson and Neil
lhose who furnished the mnslo were
Patricit McGuire, John Longb, Frank
McDonald, Patrick Mcllalo and John
T, Richardson. TLo Patriotic Order
of Sons of America drum corps were iu
attendance aim renderea many pleas
ing selections, llefrosiiimnts were
served at midnight.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC TODAY.
Children cf German Frssbyterian Churoh
Will Enjoy Themselves.
The picnic which . will be held at
Central park tomorrow by the German
Presbyterian Sunday school promises
to lie one of the most onjoyable and
interesting events of the season.
All kinds of games and muslo will
take place, also a base ball game by tb.9
youngest members of the school.
The children will march from the
church to the grounds bended bv the
Patriotic Order Sons of America Drnra
corps. Tho Mozart band will furnish
music during the day.
JOSEPH MIKU3 INJURED,
Horse Ban Away Throwing
from the Carriage.
Joseph Mile us, a storekeeper on Ceda
avenue, was injured on Bjech street
last evening by being thrown from
The horse took fright nnd made a
dnsli for tho stable, where it arrived
minus tho driver and carriage. Th
animal lost a good deal of cuticlo ou
the run for borne.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Mrs, II. F. Zeigler is somowhnt im
proved, she being very ill,
The doors of the Noptuno Hoso com
pany s House are badly In need of repair.
Jlr. nnd Mrs, S. S. Spruks loft veater
day for Philadelphia and tho sea shore on
a t in f e weeks' vacation.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Jamos Burn?, of
Jloosic all pot. take9 place this uiorniii!
the services being conducted at St. Peter's
Tho William Connell Hose company will
bold a meeting tomorrow evenlug, win
special and important business will bo
Andrew J. Best, of Cedar avenue, and
John J. Coyne, of Min"oka, attended
basket picnic at Farview yosterday given
by a party or their larboiiuaiu menus.
Councilman Robert Robinson, of the
Eloventh ward, wont to (louldsboro yes
tmdav on a husiaeHS visit. Ho was ac
companied by Chiubs Hang, bis brother
Elizabeth Oetts, theO-month-old child of
Mr. nnd Mrs. AUram belts, of rioiith
Wa hinuton avenue, died yesterday of im
flnmniiitory diarrhoea. Tho funeral will
1 h ku piaco ou Thursday, lutortneut
Dal to 11.
Charles Henstor, of Cedar nvenue, who
Is a candiustx ror recorder 01 needs on the
Republican tioket, will make astroni: bid
for that position if nominated. He also
promises to make his opponoats hustlo iu
John Hahn, of Alder street, while work
ing ou the summer kiiclien of Ueoigi
Kestler yesterday about la o'clock, slipped
and fell from the roof landing, ou a grape
vino which broke Ills lall. Consequent!
lie wns not seriously injiireu.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Dorothy Neulfl, late
of Alder street, took placo yesterday, an
was very largely attended. The services
wore conducted at the Herman Pros by
ter an church on Hickory street, the
mains bei'ig aftorwards takeu to Pittston
Avenuo cemetery, wuere lutorment was
Mrs. and Miss James and Miss Rob
erts, of Olvphant, called on Mrs. J. B.
Mead on Monday.
Messrs. Coalman and Henderson
have commenced an express and bag
cage company. -
Edward Hileman and his lister Flor
en ce, who have been visiting friends
hero for the past three weeks, returned
to their home in Pittston on Monday.
Mrs. Orna. of Scranton. enlied on her
laughter. Mrs. William Lawyer, on
Owing to a breakage In the main
shaft of the Fanooast mine their col
liery abandoned work on Tuesday last.
bis break means fall time for the bal
ance of tho week.
Tho Throop and Pricoburg teams
will play the final game of bull for
glory on Sunday next on tho Throop
diamond near the Bruwn row.
The peoplw living on the Scranton
road are overjoyed to soe the water line
coming this way.
Messrs. Hamilton and Flynn are in
town soliciting aid for the striking
miners in the soft coal regions.
Joseph Netherton called on Carbon-
le friends yesterday.
The sale of the property of tbs late
John Kearney will take place Satur
day, July 14.
K. M. Stocker, or Ilonendale, and L.
. Schott, of New York, were Jermyn
At the lecture in the MothodiAt Lpis-
copnl church Inst evening ltov. K-yo
Moriyea very interestingly discussed
the customs of his country, Japan, to
very appreciative audience.
"Vc havo REDUCED P"ccs on
BABY CARRIAGES, as our stock
is too largo. You can buy a
good Vaby Carriage for tho price
of a cheap one.
For Wedding Presents Fur
nishing for Summer Cottages, we
have a full and complete line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
VEICHEL & MILLAR
Ii6 Wyoming Ave.
Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
FIRST MONTH'S SERVICES FREE
1'OR. AI.Ii DISEASES
The creat Enilish StalT of riirsiclnns. Th
Mont DlSTlN'Mt'I.-HHl SPECIALISTS
(i.N THE COVi'lXliNl' Tho President and
Chief piairnnsii' iaa can U found daily in
tho parlor at tho
1.12 und lHl PENN AVENUE. Thoy como
rt-coinin -nrini hy royalty ami tlie tinr plivsi
elans of l.uroinv 1 hoy trr.it all Dn'-asos.
Himtiires cin-'Mt hv a new uro'-ss. a h si
HVK euro KiianinteeJ in all SliXCAL DIS
EASES ami VV eaknesses of
liyournew treatment ration's treated by
correspondence anil meiiieiuiH witli fall Hi-
reef.ons seal oy ex 'less. nut. wncn l'Ossi-
M' a nevsoTial consultation is preferred. All
consultation sre heal in striet privacy.
N. II. Tln se Spueialista c m cure all veeent
as W El, I., as allV'llK -Mantling c!ii-ouic,ilillieult
nnd olHCiire r;iso tha!, nave !een neMeoton
or tinskllllully treateil ( alls made hv an
poiiitinenl mil patientstreatnl at their homes
u-Iicn desired. Hours, " to 1 ami , to o J.I.
For Ten Days
only to introduce
our NEW brand of
F1 rW I'll "H.
usx w x& a a
'$1.00 PER SACK
4.7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
l .;Wt ?v .
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLES AND KI'ORTINQ
Vlotor, Qendron, Kellpsp, LovolL Diamonb
and Other Whuola.
n at Front th Mont Popnler and Pwferred by
Wartrooms: OppoillsCalumbus Konumsnt,
200 Washington Av Scranton, Po.
You Need 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
ail-tin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
1 Iree! Clearing Sale
a . at
il l rMdriSUI
308 Lackawanna Ave.
This week all
I Summer Goods sold regard-
less of cost to make
1 and winter stock.
Come Early and
It's a Great Shock
f o the folks who are claiming they undersell
ill others to And that without the least fuss
or bluster we are iciviuu custom, rs tha Don.
llitof such opportunities as theso.
A Mrlotlv Hltrh Orilf I.lcht-weleh
Whvnl, 1804 pattern, for UO ch.
1R03 putteru, 180 W heel, for S75.
1804 pnttern, 100 Wheel, for 85 oaslt
These prices make tho business at our storiv
FLORE Y & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
Et is Correct!!
AND JUST TEE
THING FOR THIS
ALL DIAMOND PRIZES,
This circuit includes Wash
ington, Denver, Chicago,
Philadelphia, New York,
September 17, 1891
"FOOL'S HASTE IS NAE SPEED." DON'T HURRY
THE WORK UNLESS YOU USE
308 Lackawanna Ave.
room for our fall
Secure First Choice.
N. A. HULBERT3
City Musio Store,
. WXOIUNQ AVfj.. 8CUAN10
DECKER BROTHERl B
KKANICU & BACK
Use a larc stock ot Brtt-alass
Another Advocate of
tES. HEXWOOD & WAKDELL:
CKNTLEMKN-It aflords ma grcaj
pleasure to state that your new prvoesj
of extraotlnc teeth was a grand success Is
say case, and I heartily recommend It M
all. I sincerely hope that ether w4U
teat its merits.
CAPT, 8. K. BUTANT. Scranton, Paj
Henwood k Wardell,
S16 Lackawanna Are.
Will on and after May 21 make a grant roctaa
f ion In the prices ot plates. All work guuJ
anteed first-class in ever; particular.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By D.r. Shimberg,
The Bperialiat on the Eyo. HeHdachvs an
Norvousnoss rellnvod. Latest and ImproTod
Btyle ot Eyo Glasses and Bpeotaolos at ths
Lowest Prices, Best ArtlUcial Eyes lnsortod
jos SPRUCE ST.. op. Old Pont Offle.
ROOPtlnntnct and soldrinpf all rtono awnf
with by the una of HAKTMAN'8 HAT-.
ENT PAINT, which consists of iuffredi.ntl
well-known to all It ran be applied to tin,
palvunl.eil tin, sheet iron roofs, also to brick
UwelliiiKS, whii-b wdl prevont ahsnlutoly any
crumbling, erackina; or breaking of tin
brick. It will outlnst tlnuiiiR ot any kind by
many vears,and it's cost does not exceed ono
fifth that of I he cost of tlnninff. Is sold bf
tho Joh or pound. Contracts taken by
AHIONIO UAUIMANM, 6-7 Birch St