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THE SCTiANlW TIUJiUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JULY 23. 185)1.
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DR. H. B. WARE
406 SPRUCE STREET,
back of Dime Bank.
Miss Elizabeth Reedy is visiting Pitts ton
Miss Jennie Duffy, of Cirbondale, visited
friends in thin city yesterday.
W. E. Fiall p&ssed a portiou of last week
the guest of Jlontrose frletids.
B. T. Antrim and H. Fritz Weber, of
Pittston. were in the city yesterday.
Miss Ponevieve Kennedy, of Scranton, is
passiue a few days with friends in Bing
bnmton, Mrs. J. ?,. Sherriden and Mrs. E.Vanght,
of Scra.iton, recently vi ited friends in
!'' MiDaie Crnne, of New York, is the
f ft .if .Mr. unci Mrs. M. J. McUovern, of
P. J. Imrkin, of the Valley House, has
ronirned f-om a vacation enjoynbly spout
at Anbury iWk.
Miss Jessie Kennedy, who hns been mak
ing Biughurntoa uer bo:ne for some nionths
p.t, ha returned to cicrautou.
OKictr Jsih Jcnef, known among his
follow patrolmen us "Babe." 1,-ft last night
to st-end his vacvition iu Mow York.
rW.ojl Con i roller George Mitchell spent
Futurday ftufiling in the Susquehanna at
Ktiuinm huJ had a viry successful day.
General Jlunager Halls-tend, of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western company,
sp-nt yesterday at Uicbileld Springs, N. Y.
Misses Elizabeth and Arfnes Kelly, of
Ash street, left the city yesterday to visit
friends iu Avoca, Pittsion and Wilkes-Biii-j-e.
Mrs. V'illiam Cnnnell returned Saturday
afternoon from Boulder, Colo., where she
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. W
Messrs. Thomas Kelly and Roger Hines,
of Pittston, drove to this city yesterday
ati! vore -msta at the residence of James
Mr. and Mr. II. M. Hanovor and fam.
ily, of Sctanton, spent last Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. (irifrgs, 153 Murray street,
The G-eenwood Keg fund will picnic to
flay ut Greenwood grove.
The new building of Edward Philbin on
Main ureet is abtut completed.
Miss Belinda Walsh, of Port Griffith, Is
visiting Mn-s B. nifcgms, on Main street.
TlioMayllower Base Bnll club will bold
Its nrt grand ball this eveuing at
latum- Malliew hall.
Tho Young Men's Tourist club of this
place of this place journeyed to Mountain
William J. Burke, in speaking to a re
porter yesterday, said that he feels sure of
tho Democratic nomination for jury com
missioner. John Cnsick announces himself as a can
dirUte for delegate in the South district of
Lackawanna township to the next Demo
cratic county convention.
T. A. Murray, treasurorof the Minooka
Bporting and iiun club, will have a sweep
stake shooting match on the Minooka
grounds on Thur.iday, July SO, all comers
admitted. Tho party will meet at the
' South Hide hotel before going.
The citizens of this place have taken de
termined steps toward stopping the erec
tion of the new sobonl at Moosio. Meet
ings will be held ,this weok to secure names
for a petition asking court to sorve an In
junction on the directors prohibiting any
further proceedings In the matter. In
speaking to one of our lending citizens
yesterday be said a new school at Moosio
is unnecessary. They have more room
now than is necessary for the amount of
pupils that attend.
Musio Boxas Exolaiivtly.
Best made. Play any desired number of
tones. Gahtschi & Sons., manufacturers,
J08O Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrial organs, enly 15 and flu.
Bpecialtyi Old muslo boxes carefully re
paired nud improved with new tunc
Corner Stone of N;w Presbyterian Cburcb
Laid with Imoresslve Ceremonies.
STEPHEN BARRIER DROWNED
Sad Result of a Fishing Trip to the
Susquehanna River Death of Mrs.
Celia Lewis at Her Home on Lafay
ette Street Professor Bauer's
Work for the Conring Eisteddfod.
Many Brief News Items.
Dosplte the threatening weather a
larye number of people Were present
ut the nsw Washburn Street Presby
terian church, where corner-atone lay
i.i' (incises were held, on Saturday
ittteruuon The services were opened
by tho pastor, Rev. D. W. Skellinger.
after wuicu Rev. J. VV. Williams, of
Dunuiore, led in prayer. A largo plat
form had been erdcted on the north
western coruer.on which the choir and
members of the clergy stood. Tho choir
rendered hymn 960, "Christ Is Our
Corner-Stone," in an excellent rn. tu
ner, uuiler thii leadership of Rese
Watkins. A Scripture reading was
given by Rsv. L. C. Floyd, pastor of
the Simpson. Methodist Episcopal
Ou account of a drizzling rain, which
b can to fall, the cornerstone was then
laid by Mr. Skellinger. A copper bos
was Disced therein, which cjutalneil
copies of tbe Scranton papers. New.
York Tribune, New York Evangelist,
Philadelphia Piesbytery, copy of the
history of the church, nni a list of
members, orgnnizitions, accounts, of
ficers and funds of the cnurou.
Iu the absence of Garrett Smith,
president of the board of trustees, Pro
fessor George W. Phillips read a very
interesting account of the church from
its organizttiou to the present day.
He said: "Several conferences, having
been held to consider the advisability
of organizing a Presbyterian church in
Hyde Park, thosi most intereisod mot
at the house of J. C. Plants,
M. D., ou August 18, 1854, with
Uev. Burr Baldwin, of Montrose,
as moderator. Devotional exercises
were held and it was decided
:o tfLct the organization of a church.
After reading doctrines aud articles of
taitb pertaining to Pr.-sbyUrtanisut,
aud finding them in harmony with
their belief, the following persons
agree to associate together as a church:
J. C Pi ante, Mrs. Alice E. Plunte,
Mrs. Caroline Pier, Mrs. Mary Or.
Welles, Mrs. Miranda Jayhe, Mrs.
Catherine Unftonhj Alpbsus B. Fuller
and Mrs, Anna Fuller. A delegate Was
sent to the meeting at the Presbytery,
and was asked that this new ciiurch be
taken under its care.
Ou Aug. 20 the above named persons
gave public at sent to the articles of
taitb and covenant. Thus the First
Presbyterian church of Hyde Park was
constituted by ptayer by Rev. Burr
Baldwin, and the Lard's Supper ad
ministered. Ia 18o5 the church was
incorporated uoder the name .of "Tbe
First Presbyterian church of Hyde
Park v Pa." The first recorded election
or ciders was ou Jan, 17, 1857. Their
first building was situated ou Bromley
uveuue, north of Lafayette street, and
was dedicated Jan. 15, 1857. The
second building, on (he corner ot
Washburn street am Hyde Park ave
nue, Was dedicated to the worship of
God on Aug. 13, 18C3. under the direc
tum of Pastor A. L. Clark. Rev. Mr,
Ciark was the first regular pastor and
was ordained and installed June 11,
1801. He continued his charge until
1870 The next year Rev. V7. B. Cnllis
assumed the charge, which he held for
In the spring of 1874 Rev. D. K.
Freeman was installed as pastor, dur
ing which time the church increased
and prospered. The next pastor, Rev.
W. I. Steiins, was installed cm Oct. 10,
1882, and maintaine.l his faithful labors
iu the field until June 1, 1391. O.i Oct.
20 of the same year - the present pastor,
Rev. D. W. Skellinger, was giveu the
charge. During 1871 and 1873 the
church building was greatly enlarged
and the name changed to the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church.
The bnildiugwas budl.v damaged by a
cave-in of the mines in 1889 and it was
evident that a new church wonld be
come a nec.-ssity. Iu April 1892 active
measures were t ikeu aud several meet
ings were held to discuss tho question,
List year the contract was given out
to Haven & Williams. The last ser
vices were held in the old church on
Muy 13. The work of removing the
parsonage and the foundation for
the new church, is now complete and
we today lay the corner stone ot n new
era with the prayer that God will bless
our undertakings ad make the work
redound to His glory. The fast falling
rain made it necessary to conclude the
ceremonies, and benediction was pro
nounced by Rev. A. W. Coope' -f the
Hampton Street Methodist . ial
DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT.
Mrs. Celia Lwle bled at Her Horns on
About 2 o'clock Saturday morning
Mrs. Celia Lewis, wife of Th"maS D.
Lwis, died at her home on Lafayette
street.- Dnring her illness of only five
days she suffered much, yet t ore it with
8 Christian sfilrit. Mr?. Lewis whs
born in Abnrvale, South Wales, aud
was 58 years of age. She emigrated to
America with hur husband twenty
seven years ago. She was well known,
being connected witb the First Welsu
Baptist church for many years nud u
prominent member of the Ladies' Aid
and other sooieties of the church.
Decased was a kind neighbor and a
good friend to all. She is survived by
her husband and four children, Mrs.
Johu Davies, E'lward J. Lewis. Noah
Lewis and Celia Lewis. The funeral
will occur this afternoon at 8 o'clock.
Services will be conducted by Rev, W.
S. Jones, pistor of the First Welsh
Baptist church. Interment in the
Washburn street eometerjh
RESULT OF PROF. BAUER'S TRIP.
Making' Arrangements for Organisations
to Attend Eisteddfod.
Professor R. J. Bauer, who left a
Week HITA. ftnffMirAll hv thm alltarlrlfad
committee of this city to offer induoe-
mAilts to bands to anlar in nnmnatltlnii
at the September eisteddfod, to be held
- a. t i Tun t a
v uitare. xiui pus, pft returned.
wt. utan, wu:; at Keadint-,
listened to an nnan ilr nnn.rt iln Yo
the Germania band, of that place, an
excellent organization whlob ranks
among toe Dee t in the state.
The famous Allontown band was also
heard to good advantage' by the pro
feasor during his stay at Allentowh.
iiis trip on the whola
moat successful, the several bands call
ed upon received the inducement most
favorably and meetings of the different
organizations will h.i . ...
convenient, for final settlement.
io contest pieoe bat not as yet been
deelded upon and the probability Is
that the eisteddfod committee may
choose the overture ''Zimpa" by
DROWNED IN THE SUSQUEHANNA.
Fatal Ending- of a Fluhlng- Expedttien
Stephen Barrier, of the, Arclibald
mines, was drowned in the Susque
hanna river near Buttermilk Fulls on
Saturday afternoon. Mr. Barrier left
his home in company with five others
for a day's fishing in the Susquobanna
river at uu early hour on Saturday
morning, and was wading a portion of
the river to stretch an outline when ho
stepped in'o a hole and was drowned.
His remains wore recovered by his
friends and takou home. Undertaker
William Price was notified of the oc
currence and at once repaired to the
home to prepare the body for burial.
Air. Barrier is survived by his wife and
three onildreti. The fuuvnl will oc
cur tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
LITTLE WEST SIOE IUWS NOTES.
The West Side otlleo of tho SCHANTON
Tiil.tNEirt loeatnd at 111) North Main ave
nue, where subscription, nrivortlxem uiits and
RoramuiiiuaUuns will receive pfunipt atten
tion Mrs. Georgn P. Shaw, of Moscow, was
visiting friends here on Saturday.
Miss Nellie Elias and JlisaLula James,
of Lincoln avenue, are visiting at Cata-
John Becktold is erecting a three story
brick huildiug on his North Niuth street
Herbert Godfrey, of Wyoming, spent
Sunday at the home of his parents on
Mrs. Thomas Q linnan, of West Lacka
wanna avenue, returned on Saturday
evening from her visit to Brooklyn, N. Y.
Jli'-s Mary Quinn ant Mist May Device,
of Brooklyn, N. Y., are guests at the home
of T. P. Mtilleu on North Sumner avenno.
Bev. David Jones, pastor of tho First
Welsh Congregational church, will leave
tomorrow Worn in 3 to spend his vacation
with friends In Walrg,
Mrs. V. W. Wilkins, of North Rebecca,
avenue, who has for several days been
visiting friends at Buffalo, was joined on
Saturday by hor busuaud.
H. D. Morse aud family, of Jackson
street, returned home on Saturday even
ing from a three weeks' vacation with
friends in New York state.
Tho 1 11 f nut child of Mr. aud Mrs. George
F. Kollow, 'of Ohestnut street, was buried
yesterday afternoon. The pall bearera
were Charles Mamfleld, John Hughes,
Will Long and Charles Weisenflue.
Martha Washington chapter, Eastern,
Star lodge of Masons, will ruu au excur
sion to Laka Ariel on Aug. 13, leaving the
Erie and Wyoming depot at 8. Ill) a. m.
Bauer's orchestra will furnish the music.
Among those who were seen at Luke
Winola on Sunday, from this side, wore A
B. Eynou, B. O. -Morgan, David Owens,
Hay .Morgan, Bert Kyuou, L'merson Owen,
(ieorge GiiUtths, Frederick Pet'-rs, William
Reynolds, S. M. Poster, Harry Moit,
George Wiuaus. jr., Johu Stephens and
INTERPRETATION OF PATIENCE.
Charles W, Allen's Sermon at the
Penn Avenue Baptist
At the Penn Avenue Baptist church
last evening Charles W. Allen, who has
completed his tlieologioal studies at the
University of Chicago, occupied the
puijiit. Patience was his theme and in
iiis treatment of the nhj 'ct he cited it
ns one of the most simple perquisites
of character both passive and active,
an 1 tiioujh a bnrJonnome necessity it
is a condition for which we should feel
Mr. Allen's text was from J,imi 1,
4, "Let patience have her perfect work,
mat she may be periect nnd.entire,
wanting nothing." He said:
Of all the tiiUiiJ uions of character
or the initial virtues none are so lean
and unattractive s patience, of which
the simplest form issnbmlssion, endur
ance. The world is larger than my
convenience; nnd my eouveniouce muBt
be set uri le. Liws there are unl we
mns; w ,i; for tueiu. What is more
splendid than to see one oast dowu, yet
not afflicted yet poss'Ssing bis sonl in
There must be patience with our
enemies, p itience with our frieids;
klrdue&a itself needs to be patient.
When our love even cannot do what we
would, i;;ti-inco is hard; it is Imrl
when our fritm l's character has disap
pointed us when our high thought
finds in him no response. Iu the
knowledge of our littleness, our infe
riority, facing our own limitations,
there must be patience with ourV,ves.
But the patience tliat arises from our
Knowledge of our own helplessness and
tno stoical snbmision to the inevit
able, does not suffice for the Christian.
He is patient, not like the Spartan, tut
like t lie, martyr unconscious even of
his nflliction. The Christian endures
as seeing Him who is iu visible.
The Christian is a glorifnd man and
has all the virtues of a Pagan, but they
are beautified. He is to have the per
fection of patience. There is a higher
patience the following of a cause we
neVer can reach, the waiting for that
which to us will never appear. The
personification of this we ste on the
cfos, in Him who trave Himself for a
redemption which He saw afar off.
There is an infinite in each one of op,
and the infinite aims at that 10 which
we can never attain. "Be ye therefore
perfect," said Christ. It is patience in
pursuit of such Ideals as His which
helps to make, us divine. '
A child of John Lynch Is dangerously
George Ivos spent yestorday with bis
James Scott is building a handsome,
house on Church stroet,
Mrs. A. E. Browu is spending tho sum
mer at Lake Winola.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Fritz and family
spent Sunday with -Milton Ives, at Peck
ville. Miss A. E. Haggerty and brother Pat
rick are Visiliug frlendi In New York city.
Miss Lizzie Brady wiil be tonderod a
birthday party on Tuesday evening, July
Edith IU, daughter of John and Emma
Stanton, was buried from their resideuuo
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LUCKY ESCAPE OF IfllSS SP01ER
She Fell Down the Elevator Shaft at
the Sauquoit Silk Mill on Saturday.
Frederick Fuess Hurt at the Steel
Mill Yesterday Excursion of St.
John's Church to Farview Shorter
At 12 15 yesterday Philip Schank, of
025 Cedar avenne, departed from this
life after u long period of illness. Mr.
Schank was GO years of nge and had
suffered for tnree years witb a linger
ing ailment; but his condition was not
serious until a week ago. He was
among the early settlers on this side
and had led the life which always
leaves a large measure of regret ut
Mot one of those among whom he as
sociated bus aught but words of praise
concerning him. His wi'u and two
sous aud n daughter survive him. He
was the father of Charles Schank, who
hept n shoe store in the Arcade build
ing, of Mrs. Suter, wife of Rov. J. J,
Suter, of Pro.pjot Avenue German
Methodist Episcopal church, and of
Willie Schauk, a sou, 14 years of age.
The funeral will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Services will
be held at the Propcot Avenue Ger
man Methodist Episcopal church,
which will bo conducted by Rev. Gus
tnve H. HntusHr, pastor of the German
Methodist Episcopal church at the cor
ner of Ad.imi arsnue and Vine street.
Interment will be mudo in Pittston
FELL DOWN THE SHAFT.
Minnie Spohrer Sustains Severe Injuries
at ths Silk Mill.
Minnie Spohrer, n daughter of George
Spohrer, of 521 Maple street, was seri
ously injured Siturday at the Sauquoit
Silk mill. She is employed at the mill
and unconsciously walked too close to
the elovator shaft ou the floor where
sbe worked. When she realized her
peril the fri'gbt unnerved ber and she
fell headlong down the shaft,
striking on the elevator as it was
descending. It hd gone but a
few feet below the fl tor and ber life
was saved; but the shock was so great
tbirt until ii late hour Sulurday night
consciousness had not returned to her,
although her coudrtion at present does
not alarm the family.
No bones were broken and it is hoped
that in a few days she Will have fully
recovered, lio blame attaches to any
of the employes near the elevator for
HAD TWO TOES SMASHED.
Hsavy Steel Bail Fell on Frederlok Fuses'
Frederick Fuess, of 1811 Pittston
avenue, a laborer in the yard at the
South works bad two toes smashed
yesterday afternoon at his work. With
other workmen be was unloading rails
from a car und one of the rails fell on
Ids left foot, lacerating it in a fearful
manner. His heavy boot was ripped
off and the wonder also was that tho
rail did not cut part of his foot of. .
He wus brought home lb a carriage
and Dr. W. Q. Fulton sent for. who
found that the injury was not quite so
serjuus as at first thought, and that
t uess win not oe laia np more than six
SOUTH SIOc J3TTING3.
AU advertising matter, news ltoms and new
uUcriuticns. if loftatths foUowinir business
. places, will he promptly attended to: Zaun's
barrier siiop, iistutaul s store, U. W. Humph
rey's pharmacy and A. J. Mulaorlg's.l
John P. Donahue, of Stone avenue, is at
Columbus Council 1T9, Young Men's In
stitute, will bold a regular monthly meet
ing tomorrow night.
A sign was put up Saturday at the city
lino by tbe Scranton Traction company
showing wborfe the ride for tbe fivecent
John Mathias, of Stone avenue, the
well-known barber, will leave for Phila
delphia iu September to begin a ccurse in
Edward Wober, of Prospect avenue, tho
accommodatingclerk In D. W. Humphrey's
Pittston avenue pharmacy, is indisposed
and Dr. Manloy fears that typhoid fever
fe'knrles Hueater, the Cednr avenue hotel
keeper, is growing more confident daily of
ail ability to rapture tho nomination for
recorder of deeds at the Republican county
The Sunday afternoon and evening ser
vices at the Cedar avenue Methodist Epis
copal church were well attended. Rev. E.
L. Ban tee, the paMor, in the evening de
livered an interesting sermon.
Th' attention of tho councilmen from
the Eleventh ward is respectly directed to
the fact that Willow street would be much
imprnvsd b'v beMng opened between Cedar
and South Washington avenues.
The traction company has a force of line
men at work on tbe South Side line putting
iu new feeders and ground wires. These
additions give much better power aud tho
cars are enabled to move along witb heavy
loads more satisfactory.
Lena Anna Beyers, aged 4 weeks,daugh
ter of Philip Beyers, of Stafford avenue,
died yesterday of convulsions. The funeral
will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock, with services at the house by Rev.
Mr. Zizlerann, of the Mifflin Avenue Oor
man Lutheran church. luteruient will bo
made in North Washington avenue ceme
tery. Rev. E. J. Melley, of St. John's church,
announced yesterday some important par
ticulars of the parish excursion to Farview
next Monday, A train of fifteen coaches
will leave tho Stfol Works depot at 8:15 a.
in. and run through without a stop. A
train to accommodate the Scranton people
will leave tho new Delaware and Hudson
depot at 8:26 a. in. Excursion tickets will
be gvodbn all regular trains going and re
turning during the day. The Forest band
orchestra has been engaged and all kinds
of games will bo ptovided to make tbe day
a pleasant one. ,
' The North F-nd office of the Pcrahtoh
TlilhuNE lalovated at the Lewis Drugstore
and Jehu's fetore, Wayne avenue, whero stib
Vr ptlons, advertlxemouU und communication
will receive prompt attontioa.l
LOCKED HIS WIFE OUT.
lire. MoNell Regains Possession of
Some by Folios Aid.
Shortly after midnight on Friday
night, Mrs. McNeil, of Vinegar Hill,
ruar thn Notnh cams rnahinir rtnun
Market street iu search of police as
sistance. Her husband bad turned her
and . the chlldrsn out ot the house
without any provocation whatever.
Officers Sloat nud John Thomas went
witb ber, and after a three-mile walk
found the cruel fellow in bed with a 1
the doors seeurely locked and tbe
Anenrdtnff In tha atnrv tntrf hv
wife end children, MoNell is not
fortable Without giving his family in
Occasional swltohlug. The offhers ba
ing gained admission, escorted him
down to tbe police station, and he will
be charged with a brutal assault upon
the object of his affections.
ONCE MORE ARE TRUANTS.
Th- SrODnd Disappearance of Two Firi
patetio Frovldeooa Boys.
Thomas and Jobu Monahnn, who
were abducted by their brothers some
time ago, have again vanished from
tbe family hearth. A few days ugo
Constable CjIo, armed with a warrant,
went in search of the lads and found
them at Girurdsville after a Very diffi
It is thought that the present flight
has been taken of their owu accord as
they were more con touted with their
lot at their brothers'.
NORTH END BREVITIES.
Mrs. W. P. Enslee. neo Belle Whntley, is
vititing her elstor, Mrs, Frank Webster, of
E. R. Jones, the Welsh bard Crnglas, has
routod 1722 Wayne avenue. whicU he is
preparing for his wife's arrival uoxt month
from Wales. -
J. J. Howell, superintendent of the Now
York Life Insurance society, was mado
happy by the nrrivulof a line baby son at
his reaidouco ou Wayne avenue.
D. D. EvatiB. n little boy of 0 years of
ago, liviugon Wuj uouveuuo, was seriously
hurt by u kick from a stray horso yester
day. Soino North End people continually
allow their horses to stray about, ul though
warned against the practice.
At tno Gi eon IU(l'e Baptist church Inst
eveniug the CbritiunEudeavor society or
ganized a choir with T. Oivoii Charles, of
'J iik TmntiNK, ns conductor. Rov. W. J.
Ford read extracts from tho report of the
greut Cleveland couveutiou and explained
points of great iutcrvst.
A few of tho North End solon's were as
sembled at Jehu's store discus-dug the
price of molasses in tho planet of Mars and
when the proprietor aBkod "which is bot
for a young lady to be in hope of a good
enpe, or in the Cape of Good Hope." They
all lied as if an earthquake was imminent.
A special prniso service was held last
evening at the Methodist Episcopnl church,
when Kov. M. I). Fuller gavo an interest
ing report as to his visit as dolegate to tho
Honesdale Epworth league convention.
Floyd Fuller, who is on a visit from South
Carolina, gave an excellent address npon
the work of tbe league in that state, and
dwelt upon the racial difficulties thoy bud
to contend with.
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UAVE just opened
u the finest line of
choice White China
(Haviland & Co. and
Limoges makes), to
he found anywhere.
You can huy any
thing from a PinTray
to a complete Dinner
Service. Come while
assortment is com
plete. 'Weichel & Millar
Il6 Wyoming Ave.
The Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
FIRST MONTH'S SHHVICF.S FItF.l
t TO KVKItYIiODY.
FOR ALL DISKASES AND ALL
The great English Start" of Physicians. Tho
MOSt DISTl.NtrWHKI. SPECIALISTS
OS THE CONTINENT. Tho President and
Chiof uiagnostidau can to found daily in
the parlor at tho
LT2 and 19t PENN A VEX DR. Thoy come
recommended by royalty and the firsr physi
cians of Europe. Thoy treat all Di"es.
Kupturesoured by a new proem. A PhsI
1 JVE cure guaranteed in all SEXUAL DIS
EASES aud Weaknesses oC
by our new treatment ration's treated by
correspondence) and medicines wit.li full di
rections stmt hv oxnreaa. Rut. wlu-ti rnal.
bio, n personal consultation is preferred. All
consultations arc helil in atrirt privacy.
N. B. These Specialists can cure all recent
as w ELLasnllloiin-standlng chi'onlc.diflieitlt
ana oii'uure eases mat. uavo neon neglected
or miNkillfullv treated (.''ill hv mi.
pointmont and patients treated at their homos
wnun uosireu. Hours, u to i and 1 to 8 .TO.
1 For Ten Days
only to introduce
our NEW brand of
$4.00 PER BARREL
$1.00 PER SACK
427 LACKAWANNA AVE.
ROOF tinning and soldering all done away
with by the use ot HAKTMAN'8 PAT
ENT PAINT, which oonslsts of ingredPnts
Well-known to alL It can be applied to tin,
Sal vanlzod tin, sheet iron roofs, al bo to hrick
welllims, which will prevent absolutely any
cruinbllnif, cracking or breaking of the
brick. It will outlast tinulug ot any kind by
many years,and It's cost floos net exceed onu
fifth that of the oost of tinning. Ia sold by
tbe job or pound. Oontraots talton by
. AMTOrUO UAlUMANN, K7 Biroh Si
You Meed Them
And a visit to Martin & Delany's will be.
wilder you at their immense stock of thin
goods. Just the stuff to keep you cooL
Our novelty in summer goods is a
Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and
Black Serge Coat. The proper thing for
Sartin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
Will offer some Extra SPECIALS for
DAY and MDAY
ss -: a
Sj 31 dozen Ladies' Cream and Black Silk Milts, worth 39c. 5
I TO CLOSE, 25c. s
25 dozen Ladies' Fancy LToss, regular made, worth 25c.
2 PAIR FOR 25c. I
9 dozen Ladies' Lawn Wrappers, full sleovas and trimmed, worth g
1 S125 FOR 79c.
S 19 dozen Men's Ealbriggau Shirts, worth 39c. 5
I TO CLOSE 23c. S
53 dozen CHILDEEX'S LACE CAPS,
wortn from 39c.
It's a Great Shock
Co the folks wr.o arn cUlminir they undersell
ill others to And that without the least fuss
Dr bluster we are giving customers the ben
t&t of such opportuuities as theso.
A Slrlcflv Hlijli Grade Merit-weigh t
M heel, 18U4 pattern, fur SllO cash.
1893 pattern, SMO Wheel, for S)75.
1804 pattern, $100 Hheel, tor H8S oasha.
These prices ma ke the business at our stores
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. .A. BUILDING.
It is Correct!! 1
AND JUST THE
THING FOR THIS
A. V. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLES AND SPORTING
Victor. Qendron, Eclipse, LovolL Diamonb
and Othor Whoclt.
L.I... I ( in
"A FAIR PACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR.
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL
IF SHE USES
308 Lackawanna kit 1
: 25c. I
to 1, for . .
By DR. DR. SHIMBERG,
q I- sm
m mm m
The Specialist on tbe Eye. Headaches and Ner
vousness relieved. Latest nnd Improved Style ot
Eyeglasses and Bpectaolos at tbe Lowest Prices.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for $3.
30S SPRUCE ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
K. A HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
: vVIOIOIIQ AVB, SCBAJiXOJfc
DKCKRR BROTHERS Am
KKJUmtH & BACK
HTUll'Z St BAUUIs
Alsca large stock at Brst-elisl
uubic etc., ia
Another Advocate of
OES. HEN WOOD & WARDEIA:
GENTLEMEN It affords me (real
pleasure to state that your new prooeM
of extracting teeth was a grand tuoeessls
my eaae, and I heartily reoommaad it t
all. I sincerely hope that ethers will
test Its merits.
CAPS, 8. E. BBYANT. ioraoton. Pa,
Henwood & Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ave.
WUI on and after Mav 21 make a treat radaq
tloa In tbe prions of plates. All work guar '
an teed first-claaa is every particular
4r at frewnt tk Kent Pspplar aol ttmni ky
Wirsrooms : Opposite Onumbos Mewuent,
lOS Washington Av. CofAnin.lPa.