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TI1E SCKAKTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JULY 1G, 181)4.
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IEWARS C? COUNTERFEITS )
THE fiCm-tHE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIOS
G. B. 8t Co.,
fmprln'ad nn F-el O'Oflf.
Garney, Bro?rci & Co. Mfr's.
mtitr Hotels DUtAiik.
DR. E. B. WARS
406 SPRUCE STREET,
back of Dime Bank.
F. S. Scntt, of Scrnnton, was in Ding
Mr. and Airs. R K. Polk, of Danville,
were at Lake Ariel yesterday.
Jliss Delhi Fiodloy. of Milford, N. Y., Is
visiting Miss Carrie Illume, of North Alaia
Air. and Mrs. Joeenb Cust'ird, of UU
iJullierrv street, are spending a few weeks
Air. and Mrs. H. (). Edfar and Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Wood, of Willus-Darre.were iu
the city yesterday.
E. S. Dixler, of Eistou: II. M. Pittman,
f Williamsport; E. G. Uould, of Reading,
v.erc ut the Valley House ovar Suud.iy.
James Bilaii'i, ono of Villre- Burro's
meat siicccs- ftil imv.irnno men, visitod his
brother II. P. U iland, of this city yostor
(lay. The Rev. William Cor.ey has bpon ap
pointed to take chaipo of the churches
or 'lunknnnnock, tipringvdle, Salein and
Alisi Klin, Baihn dl and Mis Jo ale
Ilinrns, of Qulnev nvenu, left Saturday
mortMny for Windsor, X. V., whey will
spend l l.o summer.
Den. L. Jones, Mail Carrier Walter Mc
Nicbolns, Money Order Clerk E:i:;an and
Thomas O. VVilhiinm will sneud fifteen
days lishing at M. John's lake.
Ex-Mayor Robert II. McKnne, formerly
of rjcrantou but now of Wilkes-Bar re. is
vis'tiiiu friends in Dinp;hamton. He is
convalescing trotn a severenttack of puou
luoniu. Says Saturday's Pittston Gazette: "Jliss
Grate 11 ii ley, of Scranton, U the guest of
Jliss Ada Uhs, of Kennedy siroet.
Coal Operator Cluronce D. Himpson, of
Scrnnton, was a visitor in town tnis morn
ing." Professor R. J. n.mor left, this raorninj
for Willinmsnort, Milton, Ueadinir. Allen-
town and i'ottsville. Ho lias been engaged
by tho eisteddfod comwUteo of this city
to interview the different bnnd masters in
the above named planes to try and itidaeo
them to enter their musical organizations
iittlie comiiij? bnnd contest for a prize of
taoo, to ho held at the coming eistaddfod
at Laurel Hill park on Sept. 6 and 0.
Saturday's Pittsburg Times says: "Dr.
joscpn furry, of jjoudoii, an eminent
einu preacher and lun-dciuii, who is well
known in Pittsburg, is visiting America,
and next Tuesday evening will locturo iu
tho Sandusky Street Baptist church. The
proceeds will be devoted to the buildln
fund of Emanuel's Baptist church, Wood's
Hun. On Saturday eveuing he will lec
ture au'iiin in Old City hall. Dr. Parr
was bom Wales, but passed his early life
111 cuuiisyiviiiiiii. -
Ecranton'e Business Inttrssta.
Tint Tiimujm will soon publish a care
ftillv compiled and climsilied list of the
leading wholesale, bnnlcing, maiiufiictur
ing and professional interna of Scrnnton
and vicinity. Tho edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
phitoravur viows of our public build
inp, liiisineus blocks, streets, etc., tocothor
with portraits of loading citizens. No
wniiUr work has evor xivun an equal rep
resentation of Scranton's many indii.
tries. It wilt be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent . to
persons outside th city, copies of
Ibis handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of he city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to t hose concerned as well as the city
atlare. Representatives of Tun Triduni
will call npoii those whobb namks
are dehiiikd in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those dosiring views of tholr residences
in this edition will please have notice at
- Buoltlon' Arsloa Salva.
The best salve in the world for Cut
Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Khenm. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and ell Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively wires Piles, or no pay required. It
i guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
- cr money refunded. Price 25 cent per
box. i'or sale by Matthews Bros.
Sermon or Re?. John Evans at Plymouth
- Congregational Church.
FUNERAL GF MISS KlftRY WALTERS
Many Bsautiful Floral Offjrinss In
terment Made in Washburn Street
Cemetery New Officers of tho
West Sido Athletic Club Funeral
of the Infant ChilJ of M. Barns, of
144 Meridian Street.
Tho West Sido titTleo of tho PntiANTOS
Tuini'NK is located at 113 North Main ave
nue, whero subscriptions, advertisements
and communications will receive prompt
The) auditorium of the Plymouth
OonjfrpRHtiotiaL ehnrob wag' conifurta
'! filWd lust evenint; ami Uuv. John
Eviui. of Connecticut, ofilcluieJ. He
in-earned uu eliiquunt uud able sermon,
i.ikinir Ids text from Luke, xix, 10, y
iuK. "For tho Son of Man came to sock
and ave that which was bit." Dar
in K' Mr. Evans' impressive remarks he
"It is something yry extraordinary
for a tuun to Muni fourfold. It is
now a hard mutter to get a m m to re
turn one fold. I wuut you all to feel
assured this evening that you are go
ing away with Hod's spirit. 1'ho truth
when it comes to n wakes ns feel that
i.l od made us, and whou he inspires us
with the truth that we nriv be utile to
inspire and shvj others. Zioheus said
to the Lord: 'If I have taken nny
tliiujr from any man I will rostoro it
fcur-fold.' When the Prince of Walts
ciiino to tiiid country the pupeis took it
up au J said: 'What did he com for?'
When the Triune of Heaven catne he
told us what he was coming for, And
what little interest was given it. The
business of Jesus Christ was to seek
and to save.
"People look at this , with no more
thought than that it is a very ordinary
affair. They do not see anything su-p-rnutural,
they fail to observe the
divino ni:ij -sty of GoJ. When they do
SvO it tln-y jjive thoinseves whollv and
MISS MAdT WALTERS BURIED.
Funeral Services at Welsh Calvialitic
Funeral obeequios over the remains
of Mios M iry Walters, the eighteen-
year old daugnter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Walters, of South Lincoln ave-
ti'ie, occurred yesterday afternoon ut
2 30 o'clock from the family home. In
teresting and impress! vo services were
conducted in the Welsh Calviniatio
Methodistic churoU by R-v. Hugh
Diivtas. the pistor, who spoke of the
many estimable qualities which the
young lady possessed.
The floral offerings were numerous
mid beautiful. During the services n
party consisting of Mrs. Daniel Pmth
eroe, Mrs James Pbiliips, Misses Kate
Jonas, Lottie Powoll and Evan Miles,
John Ash'on, Elins Williams and
DiviJ Smith, salt several very appro
priate selections. Interment was made
in the Washburn Street cmtery. The
pall-bearers were Jaineu M. Powell.
John E. Jo' es, Thomas Davles, and
LITTLE WEST SIDE NfcWS NOTES.
Miss llinuie Peters, of Eynon street, is
Miss May Jones, of Washburn street, is
William Postor, of Philadelphia, is visit
ing friends on fcwotlaud street.
Miw Mnniie Tighe is visiting at the home
of James Feeuey, of Evans court.
Mrs. D. .1, Moser, of North Everett ave
nue, is vMtiug frionds iu Moutroso.
A larj;e number of young people from
mis Kuiu were ui jiouuiain laKo yostenlay.
Mibs Pearl Trevnrton. of Chicago, is the
guest of Miss Mable Yost, of Jackson
Clark Wei more, formerly of this side,
but now of Colorado, has returned here to
Roy. W. S. Jones, of the First W'olsb
uapiiRs cnurcu, preaciioU in iinglish last
Bridlet Momn. nf Priva afraaf hna va.
turned from a (i mouths' visit with friends
Mis Pertha Jenkins, danghtor of Drng
gistQ. W. Jenkins,! spending afew week
w ith f i iends iu Dalton.
Dr. Pnine, B. 0. Morgan. S. M. Foster,
a. D. i-jynon and Hector Juinos wore at
xaKo winoift yesteraay.
Oeorgo Fritz, of Now York titv. is thi
guest of his brothers, A. and J. Fritz, o
South Hyde Park avenue.
Rev. J. T. Morris, pastor of the Bello
vuo Welsh Calvinistio Methodist church
was in Wilkea-Barre yestorday.
Iiey. lingh Davies preneliod his monthly
uugiisn sermon m ino welsh Calvnnistic
Methodist church yestorday morning.
Mrs. P. II. Fuller and son, Arthur, of
North Main avenue, bnvo roturnwl from f
weeks' visit with frionds ut Glasgow, N,
Putr U T U, rvlll
... ., tn;iiup, ,'i inu v ill. , AViln ItrOH
Hit at the Snbhath school sot vices of ttie
wasiiuuru street l resiiytermn church ii
St, David's hall, yosterday.
Rev. A. W. Coopor, pastor of tho Hamp
ton Street Methodist Episcopal church, oc
cupied tho pulpit of the Simpson Method
1st Episcopal church yeHterday,
The Infant child nf M liiii-na nf u.l M
ridiau street, was buried yesterday after
noon. ThA flnw.ir h.mrara tvn.a Th,i,,..
O'Donuell and John Gorrity and tho pall
rrarera oosepn Yinwooil, John JiCllalO,
Edward Howlcy and Frank Schococv.
Tho West Side Athleticcltio hns elected
tne louowing omcorsf President, John
O'Giady; corresponding sctretnrv, Al.
Bolton; flunncial secretary, J. Kenrm
truntilll-Mr .Tnhn Hiiriin- lnalvnAi... Al
Mel-'urldeii! t.rustHrin. AT. f4rnlinin .1 N0.
M. Dovine, T. burklu and E. il,' Tiernan.
NEWSOUTH SIOE SCHEOULE.
All Cara Will Hersafter Go to the City
A new schedule will go into effect
tomorrow on the booth Hide Una
Thcro will be a rotnrn to the 15 minute
trip.) that were in vogno when the
(ireenwood line was opened.
The cars will run to the city line in
stead of to the car bam, and the first
car will loave Lackawanna avonne at
5 35 instead of at 6 o'clock. There will
be a car run between tbe oity line and
Greonwood. and passengers will hare
to chnnge at the city line, that is those
who want to go to Greenwood.- This
car will make half bonr trips. There
will be a sign posted at the city line so
that all passengors can Sit where the 6-
AN ENJOYABLE RECEPTION.
Olvan by Ut. and lira. T. H. Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Juckson gave a
rectption to their many frionds Satur
day night at their borne, 813 North
MI l.l . ,
iixiiiuKwu avenue, upon tueir re
turn from their wedding tour.
Musio, yooal aud instrumental,
games, etc.. helped to while away the
hours until midulorht. when refresh.
tnents wera served Tlinun muml
were: Misses Mary Powell, Bessie
Hart. Mamis McGerity, Mary Hushes,
KllR nn;D, Ellen Jones, Maria June",
Patrick Uornty.Cilvln Hellar, Michael
Stone, John Jones, John Courtney,
D.ivid B:iiley, Gforje Taylor, Harry
Jones, Llewlyu Maddan, Julius Wad -
nird, Uharles Waclavichek, Alex
Sikofuky aud Charles Ilitnuiordinger.
JOHN MINKO WILL RECOVER.
Ha Sustained Bavare I juries in tbe
South Works Saturday.
John Miuko, an employe at tho South
works of the LucKawann Irou and
Steal company, received injuries while
at work Saturday that for u time were
thought to be fatal.
lie was using a bar in lovlinir rails
iu the rear of the rail shed mid (lid not
notice a hot billet roll along the slide.
The billet struck tho bar and the bar
struck him in tho neck. A wound was
inflicted that nearly reached from ear
He was taken to the Moses Tavlor
hOHpitnl mid the wound dressed. Last
night the physicians lit the hospital
cava ont tho oiiluion that Minko's in
jury was uot very serious and that he
would bo able to work in u lew weeks.
FRANK WILSOOJAD PLIGHT.
lie Was Dsertod b- His Father After
Whilo Frank Wilson. 13 years of ago,
of Lloyd 8tree:,better kuown as "Blin-
kev. was birdussting below inpps
orossinu yostorday he full from a very
high troe and snot.iinea very serious
ii, juries and was convoyed to the Luck
Atter falling irom the troo Wilson
rolled down a steep declevity and n
Polander. a friend of tho fuiuily, ap
pearing on tho sceno, u lady naked him
to carry tho boy to a bouse close by, out
ho replied "Mo dirty me clothes." A
Mr. Hiverlitig carried tho boy to Mr.
Bell's hou84 iicir the crossing, and
sonio children, who know tbe Wilsons,
said that the boy's father, another Po-
Inuder, was coming down the tinck.
Upon the father's arrival ha was toll
of the ticaident and said he was the
boy's father, lie was evidently intoxi
cated. Ho wont to the boy and said,
You go np tree nguin?" One of his
countrymen talked with him and then
he dented the paternity and said, Me
fetch futuor." Dr. Reynolds and Dr.
Beckwith wora soon on the soeue and
rendered valuable services.
The father did not return nnd the
boy was taken to the Lickawanna hos
pital whero it was found that his shoul
der was badly injured. Dr. McAn
drew dressed the injury and last night
the boy was resting quietly.
The Joint Excursion to Furview Was
a Splendid Success.
Tbe joint excursion of the Puritan
Congregational and the Welsh Baptist
churches was a grout buccoss. The
committee worked industriously to
make it tbe North End excursion of
the year, and favored by most propi
tious weather everything favored a
pleasant and enjoyable day.
The train arrived at Farview about
0 a. ill., whon everyone set ut once on
the task of passing tho day to the best
advantivgf, The refreshments were ex
Mntly nrranged by Thomas Jehu, of
Wayne avenue, superintendent of the
Buptist Sundsy school, to whom the
committee is indebted, as well ns to
tbe ladios who acted as waitresses and
ntiendod to the wants of the excur
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Tlin North End tlHeo of tho KrnANTON
Tiiiiu nk is located nt tlio Lewis Dm? Store
anil Jehu's More. Wavno avenue, where fiiib-
ser ptioiiH. advertisements iiiul conimuiiicalioii
Will rec. lve prompt attention. I
Mrs. Detweilw. of Church avenue, ha9
left Providence for a visit to Ocean Grove.
Mrs. Crosiinau, of Throop street, is en
tertaiulng Miss Carrie Suiunieroll, ot
Ex-Officer Joseph Twis, into of Oly-
phant, tin taken a residence on North
W. J. Morgan, of Brooklyn, N. Y.. for
merly t-f Providence, is visiting D. D.
Jones, of North Main avenue.
Rev. F. A. Dony preached a sermon last
evening at the Welsh Baptist church on
the Sabbath closing movement.
J. R. Johnson, of Wnvorly, paid a visit
to his old frioiid, Georso Keys, of 1011
North Main avenue, on Saturday.
The sinking of tho new male quartetto
nt tho North .Main nvenuo Baptist cnurcu
was much uppreciatoo yesterday.
Mrs. Miller and Mrs. J ibnaon, of Fort
riains, N. Y.,vho have been visiting Mrs,
Ira Tripp, are spending a week ut Wyo
ming. Kev. S. C. Simpkinc, of the Moscow
Methodist Episcopal church, preached two
excellent sermons yesterday at t.io Aletno
dist Episcopal church, Providence.
Tho funeral of Alhort, the little son of
William and Jenny Shelp, of 1, 1!U Albright
avenue, will tnKo place tomorrow nt 'i p.
m. Interment in l orost mil ctiniotery.
TheRov. W. F. Davis occupied tho pul
tit of tho Puritan church last eveoiuu in
the ntisenco nf the Rov. D. A. Evans, who
is enjoying l is vacation among his old
Iilclids In Uliin.
John Polisky nnd K. Cashmere hart a
Unlit on Oak streot yesterday and were ar
rested. Iu the evening Alderman William
finvd tho Pole (1 and CauhmeretD, or thirty
days in delimit, as tie whs tne aggressor.
Tho Rev. Dr. Logim who has giveu ninoh
attention to evangelical work amongst
the Poles and Slavs in tbe valley occupied
the pulpit of the Presbyterian church yes
tnrday and dealt with the work with
which ho is so successfully connected.
Tho funeral of tho lato W, 0. Thomas, of
We-it Market street, took place nn Satur
day, interment being in Forest Hill cuius
terv. Stenhon Chappel, formerly of Prov
idence, now of Maryland, a son-in-law of
the deceased, was cue ot tue mourners.
LIEDERKRANZ WILL CELEBRATE.
Anniversary of I s Oisranizatlon Occurs
Tho Scranton Liederkrnnz will colo-
brate ita twonty-liftli anniversary by a
comuierz on the evening of Ang. 1 and
a picnic at Lake Ariel the day follow
It is expected that many of the lead
ing singing societies of this and adja
cent states will participate. Societies
from Now York, Wilkes-IJarro. Hones
dale, Uazleton and Port Jervis are
already expected to be in attendance,
The members of tho society will im
mediately begin to pnt in operation
plans for the celebration which have
beeu nnder way for some time, to make
the event one of magnitude nnd great
Go to Poyntolle, Excursion Rates One
Now York, Ontario and Western rail
road will run excursions Wednesday and
Saturday. Train leaven Mcranton H.au a.
m., roturning leaves Poyntolle 4.51) p. m.
Good nailing. '
Single Fare Bate to Toronto, Ont., via
Leblgh Valley Ballroad.
Special Tickots to Toronto on account of
convention Baptist Young People's union
at rnte of single fare for round trip will be
on sale at olllce of tho L. V. R. R. 801)
Lackawanna avenue, Scrauton, Pa., July
11 . .1 Id nnrl fnt ,...-., or, ... I.,l Ul
XI UUU IU, RVUU ,, ICVUlu bV UUIJ VI.
Route via Lnliich Valley to Ninirara falls.
New York Central to Lewiston, thence by
Niagara Nay. Co. s steamer.
Death ot Fred Reldcubauch, a Yerj Popular
THE CHILD STRAYED FROM HOIilE
It Wa3 'Found by Officer Flaherty at
tho Homo of Mrs. O'Hara, of Pear
Street Workinj;men Held a Picnic
nt tho Mc.rlows Funeral of Child
of Mr. and Mrs. Jilin Greenfield.
Other Notes and Personals.
Fred Roidenbaiich. aged 20 years.
died yesterday morning at the homo of
his mother, Mrs. Miry IMdouunueb,
of Stono uvonuo, of pulmonary trouble
after a long illness. Mr. Raidtnbsncb
was a popular young man and bad a
host of friends. His funeral will take
plnco tomorrow and will be In elmrgo
of the r.itrintio Order Sons of America
of which tho decoas"d was a member.
Mr. Reidotibauch is the third mem
ber of tho family who has diad. within
five year of tho came complaint.
LITTLE POLISH GIRL LOST.
Found at the Residence of Mrs. O'Hara,
cf Pear Street.
A litfl Polish girl, who resides on
South Wyoming avanuo, Btniyo I away
from homo on Saturday and could not
ba found by its parents, who reported
the matter to the police yesterd-iy.
Ulllcnr Martin Flaherty yeatordt'.y
found the girl at tho residence of Mrs.
0 llnra ou Pear street, whero tho little
girl bad been toiiderly cared for since
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
IAU advcrlijiiiL' waiter, news Hums and now
subscript!,, ns, if left at the following liuiiness
places, will ho promptly attended to: Zaies
barber eliou. Westiil'ahl's store, 1). W. Humph
rey's pharmacy and A. J. Muldurig's. I
George Dobort. of Pittston, is visiting
friends on this Bide.
Dr. Walsh has brokon ground for a fino
ro.-idence ou Pittston uvouue.
Mrs. Joseph Eichhoru is woll enough to
be around again atter bor serious illness.
Miss Nora Fenton. who bus been on a
viK to Now York city, returned homoou
Henry Iliour. of Pittston avonuo, will
start for Germany next Tuesday on an ex
Tho heat tho last few days is earning a
terrible stonch to nrise from tho gutters
m various streets.
J. Uoenoy, of Prospect avpnne, who was
thrown from bis carriugo recently, is able
to bo about nguin.
A large number of tho residents of this
Bide went to Lily lnko yesterday where
they spout a most enjoyable day.
Mrs, Catherine Shoutz, of Stone avenue,
whoso husband died recently, will con
tinuo hor late husband's business.
A. D. Powers, of Wilkes. Barro, spent
Sunday with his brother, L. D. Powers,
the well-known druggist of Cedar avonue.
Tho Ladies' society of the Hickory Street
j-'reBliytoriau church will lioltl Its annual
picnic ou Aug. ib at Central Park garden.
Tho Star Social club has moved to 018
Willow Blroet from Pittston avonue.
Meetings are hold on the third Monday in
Tho Iron Moulders' union will hold a
picnic ut Central park ou Aug. 11. Eveiy
person buying a ticket will get a chance
on a parlor stove.
Tho numerous friends of Miss Dorothy
May Korkell, of Abler street, who has
been seriously ill, will be glad to hear that
she is convalescent.
A picnic was held on Saturday by the
Workiugmen's club, of Prospect avenue,
in the Meadows. There were a largo num
ber of persons present.
August Kussman, of New York, formerly
of this city, has returned and will sturt iu
business at 7:27 Maple street. Mr. Kuss
luan has been iu New York 11 vo years.
The active members of the Suengerrunde
had thir pictures taken iu a group at
Central Park garden yesterday uioruiug.
Fritz Uummlor was tho p hotographor.
Miss Sadio Hicks, of Long Island City,
who has been vkiting friends ou Elm
street, returned homo Saturday, nccom
paniod by her cou.-dn, Miss Maggie Mc
Ureevy. The Badenser Vorein held n mooting in
Balducr's htll, on Willow street, on Satur
day evening. Nearly 100 members were
present. Joseph Weber was initialed into
Sebastian Griomel succeeded in getting
the contract on Saturday for tho fancy
cabinet work ut the Pricoburg Presby
teriau church. He will begin work on it
I. lleHstrings, of Meadow avenue, lost a
number of pigeons on Saturday. The
person who stole them is weil known nnd
will probably be arrested if the birds nro
A large number of pooplo visited tho
reservoir, tbe Meadows and Connell park
yei-terday, nud much enjoyment was hud
until Into iu the afternoon, when n wind
storm came up and made everyone scurry
The funeral of Joseph Frank, 3-nionths-old
child ot Mr. and Mr. John Greiinlleld,
of Pittston avenue, took place at 2 o'clock
Saturday afternoon and was largely at
tended. The littlo one was interred at tho
Pittston avonue cemetery.
Tho picnic held at Central park, on Sat
urday, by the French and Swiss tocicties,
iu ruiueuibruiico of the French national
holiday, was largely attended. Tho Saen
gerrundo society, which was present by
invitation, gave a few Hue selections in
the Herman tongue. Cuths band fur
nished the music.
It Will Be Olvvn by the Pupils of T. J.
Envies, Mm. Sao.
Tho pupils of T. J. Davies.Mns.B ic. ,
will give their musicale nt Hulbort's
music store on Wednesday evening nt
8 o'clock. The following programme
will be rendered:
Duct, "The Mermaids" Pinsutl
Miss E. LaVornn Mitchell, Mrs. Charles
Mr. P. II. Warren.
"Gondoliers' Serenade" Dames
Mr. J. 11, Frutehuy.
Quartette, "Tlio Itndiant Morn"....Dnvies
Miss E. liiiVeroa Mitchell, Mrs. Charles
Mntstger, T. iloynon, P. H. Wnrren.
"Guard My lleloved One." Mascheroni
Miss .Mary Davies.
"Quoeu of the Earth" Pinsutl
Miss Loretta Jennings.
Duet, "Tho Fisherman" Onmbussl
Messrs. T. Jleyunu and D. Glyn James.
"For All Eternity" Mascheroni
Mrs. Char es Mutzgor.
Miss Mnud Williams.
"Morry Chuut tho Summer Birds"
Miss E. LaVerna Mitchell.
"The Sailor's Grave" Sullivau
Mr. T. Beynou.
Part song, "Good Night, Beloved"
Missos Anna R. Williams, Verna Mitchell,
Lettio Doylo, Mrs, Charlos Metzgor,
Miss Minnie Parry Thomu", Katie
Haul, Messrs. Holiert Bluckmun,
James T. Geddes, Peter Pen
ser, B. Perry James, D,
ADDRESS BY MR. FAIRFIELD.
Delivered at Bailroad Y, M. 0. A. Koome
The services yesterday afternoon at
the rooms of the railroad department
of the Young Men's Christian assocla-
tlou were of excellent order. Before
the lecture of Mr. Fairfield, of Great
Neok, Long Island, there was quartette
singing by the following: William
ls.ck, basso; William Jonp, tenor;
Mrs. P. Beck, alto; and Miss Cora
JUr. i airfield reud the seventh chap
ter of the book of Mathew and selected
it us his text. Ho gave a practical talk
on tbe duties of Christians toward
Mr. Fairfield is a pleasinat sneaker
and does not fail to scquit himelf
creditably. He spoke of tne goniu ot
the Nineteenth century ns exemplified
in the inventions and the electrical and
railroad lines. All of these the speaker
PHld were toward the greater plory of
Uod. Nothlug that 18 developed in the
business world should bo passed with
out cortiliying it as the hnudlwoik of
God, because God is the beginning of
all things. Mr. Pairliuld's remarks
were attentively listened to uud
brought forth mush applause.
After tho lucture tlio secretary an
nounced that on next Sunday tue ser
vices would be conducted by Rev.
E. Guild of Providence.
V"e liavc REDUCED prices on
BABY CARRIAGES. r stock
is too largo. You can buy a
good liaby Cari'iao for tho price
of a cheap ono.
For Wedding Presents or Fur
nishing for Summer Cottages, we
have a full and complete line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEIGHEL & MILLAR
Ii6 Wyoming Ave.
Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
FIRST MONTH'S SERVICES TREE
FOR ALL DISEASES AND ALL
ThocreatKiiL'lisli Sfaff of l'hvsicinns. Thn
MUST DIST1N'.JITIIIKI Si'F.ClALlSIS
ON T1IK CONTINENT Tho i'rosidimt and
Cliiot Oiiigniislieiau caa bo fouud daily in
tno parlor at tuo
l:B nd lal PENN AVENUE. Thoy coma
recoiiinii'ieuiit by royalty nu tue Ins: plivsi
elans of Europe.. Tlioy treat all ui-"ases.
ItupturoB cured by a new process. A P SI
1 1VE euro Kuarantued ill all SEXUAL. DIS
EASES uud We;ikucsnos of
by our now treatment 1'atloirs treated by
correspondence and metnemo witn run ai
reetlons Hi'iit bv express, lint when 1 o-st
hie, a personal eoli-ailtiitiou is preferred. All
consultations sre holO in strict privacy.
N. I!. Tluse Specialists can euro all recent
as WKI.I; as all long-standing chrouiiylitticnlt
arid ol icuro eiiMOS that have been ueylectod
or nnskillfully treated (.'ills made hv np
point mont nn I patients treated at tb.-lr homes
when desireiL itours, U to 1 and 7 to 8 30.
For Ten Days
only to introduce
our NEW. brand of
$4.00 PER BARREL
$1.00 PER SACK
4.7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
tre t Trcwnt tlif Mn. Popular sni I'reftrred by
Warorooms : Opposite, Columbus Monument,
'05 WachJ.'Tion Aw. EcrantcnrP:
Another Advocate of
ORS. HENWOOU & WABDICLT.:
GKITLCMEN-It nlTerdi me prenl
pleasure to stale that your now procexi
of extractlnir toetli was n Rrnnd siicoess It
mycuac, ami I licurllly reoommand It t
all. I slnooroly liopo that ethers will
test Its merits.
CAfT. S, K. IIIIYANT, Soranton, Piv
Henwood & Wardell,
S16 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after Mav SI make a (treat redua
tlon In the prices of plates. All work guar
nteeJ flrst-dass in every particular,
.r "r i--v
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
ISartin & Delany
Custom Tailor3 and Clothiers,
303 Lac&awanna Ave.
This week all
Summer Goods sold regard-
less of cost to make
S and winter stock
Coma Early ana Secure First Choice. I
It's a Great Shock
F ..V .
to the folks who are clidmtnar they undersell
11 others to Hud that without tho lonst fuss
or bluster wo aro irivluu custom rs the bea
fit of sneli opportuniiies a3 these.
A btrictlv Hlh Ord I.lcht-welshl
Whenl, 18B puitern, fer 8110 cash.
lf)S puttern, SlftO Whpnl, for S7.
1804 pattern, 100 Wheel, for 85 easily
rheso prices make tho business at our storo.
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
!t is Correct!!
AND JUST THE
THING FOR THIS
THE II ATT Ell,
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLKS AND 6PORTINQ
Victor, Qendron, Eclipse, LovulL Diamond
und Other Whoela.
-X 'r -a
i- ii i r n i i
WHAT BRINGS RELEASE FROM DIRT AND
GREASE? WHY, DON'T YOU KNOW?
SC8 Lackawanna Ave,
room for our fall
By DR. DR. SHIMBERG,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Ner
vousueis relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Eyr glasses and Spectacles at, the Lowest Prioos.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for ?5.
305 SPltl'CE ST., Opp. Old Post Office,
H. A. HULBERT3
City Musio Storo,
PJXJKnn BHOTHEM m
ILrtAAHIi it BACH.
eMMiakree stock el SreMael
ALL DIAMOND PRIZES.
This circuit includes Wash
ington, Denver, Chicago,
Philadelphia, New York,
September 17, 1894
ROOF tinnlnjr and soldering all done awn?
with by tlio use of HAKTMAN'S I AT
ENT PAINT, which consists of ItiKredl nts
well-known to all It rnu bo apiiliua to tin,
Balvmiined tin, theot iron reofs, si so to brlek
dwellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or brotikuin of tlia
brick. It will outUst tinuhiff ot auy kind by
mnny yeiirs.Biid it's cost docs uot oxcoed ono
fifth thutof ihe cost of tlnninir. Is sold by
the job or pnund. Contracts tsknn by
AMUMU UAU1MA1N,K.7 Birch Si