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THE SCTJANTON TKIBUNE-TUfiSDAY MORNING. JULY 24. 181)4.
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EEWARS OF COUNTERFEITS
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Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
(tlLKi HIIU.lK DUIJAI1K.
DR. H. B. WARE
406 SPRUCE STREET,
back of Dime Bank.
S. W. EiiRar and family have gone to
Lilly lane icr toe bummer.
Charles It. Connell Iff t vesterdny for
XT... T I. 1... .
iirw j 111 k (in n ousiuess trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Myers are visit
ing friencln ot Hiirrisburg.
Mr. Stephens, of North Abinton town
siiip, wa a visiior to tbo city yesterday.
Miss Mnrpby, of BinKhumtou, is the
guest of Miss iinry McHaie, of Duumore.
Police Officers James Soul nnd J. F,
Jo ;en yesterday entered on their annual
District Attorney nnd Mrs. J. P. Kelly
have returned from an extended visit to
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillip?, of Green
Rid-?.', will rail from New York today for
a visit to Ireland.
The firm of Penuiman & Louis, publish
ers 01 we jriymoutn iriDaue, nas bcendis
solved, Mr. Penniinau retiring.
E. B. Peweil, a former student of Wood's
college, is visitmij friends in this city. He
is in the counting room of Tiffany, of New
James W. Ryan, district attorney, and
Edgar W. lieclitel, assistant diftrict attor
ney, of Schuylkill county, are guests at the
ot. amines notei.
E. E. Robathnn and Thomas Jones, of
me west man, win sail from New York
tJ... I.. - .1 T . -
uu oiuuruny uu me jucanui lor a .IX
weeks' visit to the United Kingdom. The
greater part 01 tne lime they will spend iu
Rt. Rev. Bishop O'ilara left yesterdnv
for Cape May, accompiiuied by Rev. p. J.
Uoldeu. Ho will bo the guest of his
brother, Dr. Michael O'liaro. of Philadul
phin, at the tatter's cottage.
John Blackwood, tho genial ex-mannger
oi 1 ne rrotniugunin iu ocraniou, is to ba
the business manager of the Havden
Evans Concert company which will maka
a tour of Europe. As John has bad a
varied experience in theatrical mutters
the company hnsn vuluiible man to look
after too box ollice side of the tour, and if
there is anything to be done to make tho
venture a succcs-i those back of the scheme
may be sure that Juhu will do it. Wilkes-
Ecranton's Business Interests,
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fully compiled and clnssiUed list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
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and vicinity. The edition will bo bound
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photogravure views of our pnblic build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., togother
with portraits of loading citizons. No
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will call upon those wuobe names
are desired in thU edition aud explaiu
its nature more fully. '
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in this edition will please have notice at
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A Foe to Dyspepsia
II tIchers drop
Oaly One Vacancy Created on Acont of
CONSEQUENTLY BUT FEW CHANGES
James F. Judge and Miss Agnes
Kelly Were Not Reappointed Sal
aries fop tho Cominc Year Tho
Support of tho Bellevue Schools
Will Be Considered When There Is
a Better Understanding About This
The report of the teachers' commit
tee submitted and udoptoJ lit last
night s meeting of the board of control
shows that two of the teachers who
have been long in tho service of tho
city had been dropped. They Bre Miss
Agues Kelly who nag taugnt school in
this city for twelve years, and James
F. Judite, principal of No. 22, who has
iijo spent a'Jout a decide ti-uchnu the
young idea how to shoot. E icli lound
u champion among the members and
tucli of thesu chumpions wuuUd to
tutu it out with the committee, but
whim a roll call showed that tne senti
ment of the house was , decidedly with
the committee, the clinwtiioiii sub
Mr. Notz was the first to take ex
ceptions to tlie report, lis said that
while he was not interested in either
of tbo touchers who bad bjen dropped
he would like that they be givsn u
hearing if there were any charges
against them. Mr. Wormser roplied
that the committee had acted only
after cartful consideration, and hav
ing acted conscientiously they would
submit their work for the approbation
or disapproval of the board.
Mr. Notz then spoke of the case ot
Miss Kelly and asked flint her name be
referred bock to the committee. W.
G, O'Mallev also wanted Mr. Judge's
c s rffonsidered, but rtie uiotiou to
tnat eri-ct was lost by a vote ot 13 to 7,
ui then the committees report was
adopted, there being but one dissentar,
intra were verv few clitnjes made
among the teachers. Miss Mary Powell
w.is substituted for Miss Agni-s Kllv,
dapped from No. 24. Mrs. Mary Tier-
ley nils the vacancy caused by the re
moval of James F. Judge from No. 22
Helen Potter, now Mrs." Robert J. Wil
liams, resigned from No. lSJ'and is sue
cet'deii by Emily Evans, transferred
from No. 81. Mi.s Evans' place at No.
31 is tilled by Bridget Judge, who sub
stituted tor Emma S. Rhodes at No. o.i
during a part of the year. Miss Rhodes
resuuns her place ut No. So.
J. he committees report iu fall Is ap
RIXOMMEXPATIOX OF COMMITTF.E
Schantoi. Pa.. Julv 21. 1S91.
To tbo Member of the Board of Control:
Gentlemen lour teachers committee
I eg leave to submit the followiug report:
First The rules governing the employ
ment and payment of teachers shall re
main as last year with the executions
Second Iu all buildings having not
more than four rooms, and wheie the
grade according to the present schedule is
not above intermediate C, the sulary of the
principal snail oe t.)J.
Third The salaries of all other princi
pals shall be as horetuf.oru, regardleis of
changes in grade of building.
Fourth The attention of tho bonrd
of control is called to the fact that
pupils at some normal schools finish
in one year, even when entering these
schools from the grammar grade. For en
trance into our training school graduation
from tho high sehool is required, nnd for
graduation from the same, the completion
of a two years' course. For the protection
or tuosc naving completed the high sctiool
and training school courses, your commit
That no applicant holdinc a normal
school diploma granted the present year or
hereafter be considered eligible for ap-
fiointment as teacher who bss not spent at
east two years at a normal school, pro-
vmea, nowever, tnat tuose who have grad
uated at a normal school in one year hhall
be rendered eligible by taking a one year's
course at the iraiuiui: school.
Fifth Owing to a lack of proper facili
ties lor lower grades, schools have been
continually broken up by crowdiue child
ren forwnrdj hereafter all teachers will be
examined to coullne their efforts to work
required for the grades herein prescribed,
All Coses for promotion as a result of these
changes will be referred to the superin
tendent. Sixth According to rules previously
adopted, transfers of teachers may be
rcuue by tho superintendent in conjunc
tion with the teachers' committee when
ever deemed advisable.
Seventh We recommend that the school
year open Monday, Sept. 10, the trainiu
school to open one week later. Sent. 17.
With retard to school facilities tor the
poriion of Ltcluiwauna township nnnexod
to the Sixth ward of the citjl" your :om
mit'eo would suggest that inasmuch us
there is doubt concerning the collection of
taxes from said district for the vear lH'JI.
it is advisable that the appointment of
tsnchers for salu annexed portion bo de
ferred to a subsequent meetimr.
F. L. Wormser, George Miteiiell, F. S.
Barker, (J. n. von storcn, w. is. Lnug
staff, John P. Jlahon, U. J. O'Malley.
The teachers as appointed are as fol
lows: Principal of bish school per year.. .$1,500 00
first assistant high school per
year 1,000 00
second assistant high school per
year 750 00
Principal preparatory building per
year 000 00
Principal preparatory room por
year 750 00
Assistant preparatory room por
year 550 00
1 rincipnl grammar building, nine
rooms and above, per year 750 00
Principal grammar buildina per
year 700 CO
Principal intermediate building,
above intermediate C grade, per
yer 709 00
principal intermediate bui dinir.
intermediate C grnde, per year. f)50 00
Principal training school por year l,ii0 00
Supervisor of drawing per year... 1,CH0 00
Teacher of elocution pur year 200 00
Jacob C. Lnnje, principal,
George Howell, first assistant.
Eiizu J. Cliiife, second assistant.
Lizzie E. Mucker, prep, and grammar A.
Lillie M. Mackey, assistant grammar A,
Kate S. Parker, elocution.
John Quinnan, principal, grammar C.
Sarah Alelvin, intermediate A.
Ulary Mcllale, intermediate B.
Kato A. Kelly, intermediate C.
Anna L. Fox, primary A. x
Nellie Beamish, primary U.
Mary A. Gregory, primary O.
Margaret McGrath, primary O.
Josie Lees, assistant, prep, and gram. A.
Mrs. U. L. Keuniraan, grammar B and C.
Anna P. Kiesel, assistant, B and O.
Hattie A. Hiirgins, prin.. intermediate A.
Jesie O. Torrey, priu., intermediate B.
Sarah Devine, principal, Intermediate C.
Agnes Nallin, principal, primary A.
Mollis Helm, principal, primary B.
Maggie Renniman, principal, primary C.
Frances McAlpine, primary C.
.,- i, NUlIBEtl FOUR.
Mary E. Lynn.prlncipal, intermediate U
Margaret T. McAndrew, primary A.
Maria Walsh, primary B.
Julia M. Blewitt, primary C.
Florence E. Col vin, principal, int. A nnd B.
Nelly A. Ruddy, intermediate C.
Adelia W.atrous, primary A.
leunetta futto, primary 11.
iaunnh Harris, primary C.
JcuuieBouear, primary C.
D. W. Phillips, principal, intermediate C.
Surah L. Boners, nrimarv A.
Hannah T. Cuuuery, primary B.
Mrs. M. Torry, primary C.
KateO. 0'Malley,princimit,prim. A and B.
Lizzie B. Gnuglmn, primary O,
John M. B auinotit, principal, int. A.
iuary a. I'ltcher, intermediate u.
Anna 11. Rankin, intermediate C.
Mary A. Scot t, primary A.
Annie E. Grilliii. urimarv II.
Lizzie K. Z ing, primary C,
Michael II. Jordan, principal, grammar C.
Knto E. O'Malley, iiitormedlaie A.
Nellio L. Moflitt, intermediate B.
Bessie Burnett, intermediate C.
arah S. alsli. nrimary A.
Mary E. Varrivll. priumry B.
Margaret E. Mitchell, primary C.
M. J. Kettrick, piincpal, intermediate A.
Anna C. Malm, iiitoriuudinte B.
Knto T. Lavelle, intermediate C.
Mauiiie A. Murphy, primary A.
Maggie S. Murphy, primary B.
fliary hliea, priniary u.
Kate S. Murphy, primary C.
Lizzie Snow, primary C.
John E. O'Malloy, priu., gram. C aud int. A.
tzzio Joyce, intermediate B.
Iln McTigue, iutermMiate C.
Julia Metluigan, primary A.
leleu V. Jones, primary 11.
Mrs. Jessie Council, primary C.
M. D. McCawley, principal, grammar C.
Mary A. Doyle, intermediate A.
Mary Caffrey, iulennediate B.
Kate McCawley, iutvrinedinte C.
Mary E. Curran. primarv A.
Kato T, Keams, primary B.
Johanna .McCaffrey, primary C.
Nellie Kirby, primary V.
SUM HER TIIIUTEEN.
Nellie Kelly, primary C.
Sarah McDonnell, primary C.
W, G. Powell, prin. prep, and gram. A.
Mary L. Mason, ass't prep, aud gram. A.
iiiiuiorMimn, sec. uss t prep, ana gram. A.
M. Louise Williams, grammar B.
Mary E. Wiliiums, grammar C.
Annie E Munson. intermediate A.
Kate B. Welsh, Intermediate B.
Kacliol Jones, intermediate C.
Floreuce Y. Irving, primary A.
Martha Thomas, nrimarv A.
Jennie IUiuiels, primary B.
JNeltie kilns, primary ii.
Alice Evaus, primary C.
Sarah G. Williams, primary C.
jiargarei jameison, aunox primary C,
Mrs, S. J. Ferber, prin. prim. B and C.
Norma B. Nicholls, nss't prim. B and C,
M. J. Donahoe, principal intermediate A.
Mary Fitzgibbous, intermediate B.
Eliza L. Jordan, intermediate C.
Bridget C. Durkin, primary A and B.
Eliza Ward, assistant primary A aud B.
iMiza fi. liua-.ly. primarv Baud C.
.'.Jary A. Laveny. assistant Drum B and C.
lizzie iterriiy.assistant primary llnnuu.
Lizzie Hu0'hes,ahsistant primary BuudC.
James U Vnughan.prin. intermediate C.
iiinnie Gibbons, primary A.
ary Walsh, primary B.
Mary E. Qniuuaii, primary C.
John T. Jones, principal grammar B.
corn c. otorm. grammar C.
Jarah A. Jones, intermediate A.
Muy Authony, intermediate B.
iiinilv tvans. intermediate C.
Lizzie A. Evans, primary A.
inn iu. jHurpuy, primary u.
Delia P. Ev.iub, primary C.
Bridget L. Gibbons.prin., primary AandB,
Anna Broadbent, assistant principal.
Mary Flyun, assistant priucipal,
Lizzie Wade, primary B und C.
Cora II. Phillips, assistant, primary C.
Annie E. Orr, inter. C and primary A,
Mary Kelly, primary B aud C.
Mrj. Marion Bloom, prin.. iutormediate A-
1 la ( ahoon, intermeiliate B.
Cora Farnham, intermediate C.
E. Daisy Preiidorgast, primary A.
EMzaOath William', primary B.
Alary rj. Jiessersmltn, primary C,
' NUMBER TWESTY-TWO,
Lillian O'Donnell. principal, nrimarv C.
Mrs, Mary Tierney, aseistaut, primary C
NUMBER TWENTY THREE.
John J. Costello, principal, intermediate.
Auna Barrett, principal, primary.
isriuget m. JNorton, assistant principal.
. NUMBER TWENTY-FOUR.
May Powell, princip.il,
. v NUMBElt TWENTY-FIVE.
L. A. Lange, principnl preparatory.
A. Mny Benedict, grammar A.
Florence Walker, grammar B.
E. Grace Laurent, grammar C.
Annette R. Davis, intermediate A,
Fsnnie E. Atkinson, intermediate B.
Nellio Benjamin, intermediate U.
Agnos A. Dolphin, primary A.
Hannah M. Williams, primary B.
Ida M, Christmas, primary B.
Margaret Vipond, primary C.
K. Claudia Williams, primary C,
Mr. Mnrthn M. Jones, prin. int. C.
Elizabeth Silkm.ui. prim iry A.
Jmiuie Evans, priniary B,
Nellie Pickett, primary C.
J, B. Tlawke, prin., int. A nnd B,
EllaV. Honey, intermediate C.
Louise lirninaru, jinmarv a.
Nellie Maloney, unnex primary B.
Besse Jones, primary C.
KUMBI-.R TWENTY EIGHT.
II. Leo Burdick, prin., gram. A nnd B.
Miuuio Driescn, annex gram. C and int. A.
Lois Sancton, intermediate C
Ilnniiah E. Carr, primary A.
Knto Davis, primary B.
Mary E. Monies, primary G
Frances Conner, annex primary C.
Belinda Caffrey. principal, intermediate C.
Annie u Uonnell, primary A. '
I'.ridgot A. Carroll, primary B.
Mary A, Freeman, primary C.
Ella T. Murray, primary U.
Mnggie O'Donnell, prin., intermediate A,
Saraii A. O'Donnell, intermediate B.
Ella F. Donnlioo, intermediate C.
Lizzie McMannmn, primary A.
Ella Dougherty, primary B.
Mary A. Morrow, primary O.
Ella C. Jjidan, assistant primary C,
NUMBUR THIRTY -ONE.
M. B. Koane, principal, grnmmnr C
Mny Campbell, intermediate A.
Margaret Davles, intermediate B.
sirs. J. D. Knnus?, intermediate C.
Miuuio A. Riuker, primary A.
Sophia Wade, primary B.
Bina Langan, primary (J,
II. L. Morgan, principal, grammar 0.
Lizzie Warner, intermediate A.
Margaret Lewis, intermediate U.
Kate Lewis, intermediate U.
S irah O'Connor, primary A.
Mary McOrnlh, primary B.
Aunio Davis, primary B.
Martha W. Vaughaii, primary C.
NUMBER THIRTY-THREE. v
Daniel A. Stone, principal, grammar A.
Lizzie M. It a lib, grammar B.
Auna E. Chase, grammar C.
Kate McMoans, intermediate A.
Julia I'ettigrew, Intermediate B.
Anna E. lioyd, intermediate C.
Mrs. Kate Gieenstead, primary A.
Mary A. Knapp, primary B.
Ida A. Snyder, primary 0.
Jessie M. Gay, primary (J.
Emily A. Brninard, principal, primary C.
Kate Smith, primary B.
W. R. Graves, prin,, gram. C and Int. A.
Sophia B. Gay. intermediate B.
Emma S. Rhodes, Intermediate C,
lorence Driukur. pruuary A.
Ellen A. Webb, primary B and C.
Zelda J. Stevens, primary C.
Elizabeth R. Stevenson, prin. gram. A.
Lottie F. Cliff, grammar B.
Mary Porcher, grammar O.
Teresa Smith, iutermtdiaU A.
Roso Cobsu, inttrmeUiate U.
Anna L. Anisdun, int.srmsdlate 0.
Anna Bartholomew, primary A.
Miriam Wormier, primary A.
Evn Short, primary B.
Gertrude DaGraw, primary B.
tlla 13. (Maud, primary c.
Marion R, Dyer, primary C.
NUMBER THIRTY SEVEN.
Minnie A Raftor, primary.
Agnes Evans, assistant primary.
Laura L. Boies.
Mickey Noonon Trias to Inaugurate a
Reign of Terror.
A character, wbase rnfll'inism has-
been tolerated entirely too loner by the
police, is Michael Noonan. When nn
dsr the influence Of liquor bis temper
Some time around list Christmas an
noffensive young man, John Sullivan,
of Miunokn, met Noonan in the saloon
of John T. Gibbons, of Cedar avenue,
and picked a quarrel. The bartender
pnt Noonnn out and afterward, when
Sullivan started borne, Nttonan, who
bad lain iu ainbuse, attacked him and
after he bad battered bim with a stone
took out a jnefc-knife aud commenced
to enrve bim with it, Sulliyan was
brought homo unconscious ami Dr. Hag
gerty was unable to say, whei calltl,
wliat the outcome iifiglrt be. bullivan
palled through, however, but it was
weeks before he could work.
Lnst Thursday a negro was pnsaiDir
along Cedar avenue about his. business.
Noonan, who Was drank, made an as
sault on tbe colored man and bad
beaten 1:1m unmercifully without any
cause, when Noomin's sister ran ont of
the house to check bim. lie tamed
upon her and treated her sh&niefally.
Just t htui Frank Leuthner, foreman of
the foundry at the South works, ex
postulated with JNoonan and as a re
ward wus met with a dangerous dag
ger, Mr. Leuthner was too powerici
for his nesailant aud kept hi Id at bsy,
hut w9 fortunate in excupintbe mar-
derou langos of Noonan' knife.
Mr. Leuthner is blamed greatly ry
his friends for not swearing out a war
rant for Noonan.
FHILLIP5' HORSES RAN AWAY.
Fortunately No One Was Injured Dor-
inn Their Flight
A team of horses owued by Con
tractor Max Phillips ran away yester
day on Willow street und at the time
over u score of small children were at
play on the street.
The runaway team, kept up its mad
gnlloD until 4t reiscbea Westttfaul's
store. There the wngou collided with
n tree and tore it up from the ropU,
That stopped tbe UoMes. Tbe wagon
was totully wrecked und tbe harness
badly broken. The driver o'f tbe team
was thrown from ttra whgoa but es
MISS SPOHRCR IS IMPROVING.
Her Memory, Howavar, fiai fcntirnly
Tub Tribune desires to correct iin
error in vesterdny's rsnort ot the acci
dent to Miss Spohrer. She Woe em
ployed at tn Meadow crook suit mul.
and it was down the elevator shaft of
that mill she fell and not that of 'the
Sauquoit Bilk Ihill.
Miss S no brers condition veiterdav
was much better, she was able to walk
ai out tli house. Bat a singular tiring.
connneted'wirh tbe accident is that ber
memory appears to have- entirely for
Tbe pbVsic'.ans state that after tbe
hysteria, due to tbe shock, pusses away
she will become relieved of this tempo
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Edward Weber, of Prosnect avenue. Dr.
Muulev says, is mueh improved auuVill be
aiili) to resume worK in a week.
Tho funeral of Philip Schank will be
Hold this afternoon, the cortege moving
iroiu tne taiuiiy resiueuce ut s p. in.
Mrs. J. II. Brooks, of Elm street, wife
ot tbo superintendent of the Meadow
Brook siik'inui, is very ill. at. nor home.
Mrs, John Murphy, of Beech street.
mother of dohn J. Murphy, is Improving
irom me attucK-oi sun-strone wnicn Delul
ber last wock.
The Mozart quartette, led by Profossor
Karl it. Mitt, suntf several glees at tfie Dic-
nic of tbe Haydn Glee club at Centra
park last night.
The Neptune,. Ceritury and William Con I
nell companies will attend the funeral to
day of ex-Chief Harry R. Midison, of tuo
bcranton r ire uepartmenx.
John Klein, of willow' street, lot a boiler
of hot water full Ii oui his hands. yesterday
una was seamed auout tne minus and feet
ltie burns are not serious.
Philip Ileidrick, of Willow street, re
turned yesterday from. Ohio, where he at
tended college the past term. Since ti e
ending of the school term until bis return
home he visited melius lu the Buckeye
Company A. Patriotic Guards, will pic
nic today at Central park, aud to those
that attend' a pleasant time will bo in
store. Tbo competent committee ot ar
rangements has left nothing uudone that
will furnish amusement. Good music will
be provided for Uanciug and refreshments
of all kinds will ho on sale at the grounds.
The North Eird office of the RchAntom
Thiiiune is located at the Ijrwis .Drm? Store
and .Jehu's More, Waynn avenue, whom sub
tler ptlouh. advertiNements and coiiimunlCulion
will receive prompt utteutioii.l
RECEPTION TO RtV. FL0VD FULLER.
HM In the Prcyl'dt o M. E. Cbuieb
Last evening at the ProviJonce
Mwthodist Episcopal cburcli a veiy
lnrgft number of tbe well-wishers of
Rsv. Floyd Fuller assembled to tender
him a reception upon bis visit from
Florida, where be is pastor ot a large
and flourishing chnrcli. Mr. Lawrence
presided and tbo proceedings Opened
with an excellent organ recital by Miss
Green. Tbis was followed by tho
singing of tbe "Gloria" by the ohoir
under the leadership of Mr. Linney.
In the anthem, "Great Is tbe Lord,"
Mr, Liuney, the conductor, and Miss
Guest sau'g tbe solos. The president
of the Epworth Lesguo, Henry Kern
merling, delivered the address of wel
come to the Kev. Floyd Fuller and
referred to t'be great interest he bad
tuken in tbe work of the Epworth
League before he left.Provideuce and
to tbe success of bis work lu the lu
terrsl at Florida. He congratulated
him first upon bis improved health.
Mr. Fuller left Provldeiroe an iifvalid
and returned a strong, bearty and vig
orous man. He ODSgratnlated ttam
also upon his great success iu the ruin-
Istry, and that mule them fesl mo:e
proud of his connection with their
league iu Providence, In the name or
the league he tendered him the ir hearty
Mrs. Mary Dnvies then sing "When
the Dewdropa Kin the Diisies." and
then Mr. Fuller spoke. Ha was visibly
affected. He remarked that it was a
most difficult thing for bim to endeavor
to express himsilf as to tbis proof of
their kiudnsss. He could not but refer,
he said, to the time when be was bo
near to death's door, and to the earnest
prayers of his dear frisndf that he
should be . spared for farther work in
tbe Lord's vinsyard, and as tbe prayers
had been nnawered so wonderfully in
t.hat instanw.lm besought their prayers
for the success ot tbe great work iu
tbe sunny south.
Aftwr the choir bad rendered the
autbem, "Oh, For a bhout of Joy,"
Rev. M. D. FulUr was called upou and
alluded to the great trial at the time of
tbe critical Illness of his son, und
tbauked them for their continuous and
The choir having sung "AMde With
Me," the large company adjourned to
tbe lawn, which was illuminated by
innumerable lanterns. Ice cream and
cako was served. Mr. Fulhr was very
busily employed in meeting the rmny
friend of his boyhood, who were proud
of tbe opportunity to shake hands once
more ,with one who is evidently vory
popular in the NortU End.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Mnior J. B. Fish nnd familvare snond-
ing a short vacation at Preston Park.
Mrs. (lodfrev Sliarn and Mrs. William
Shorts, of New Jersey, are visiting Mrs.
Bishops, of Park Place.
The home of Mr. nnd Mrs, William
Devers. of Market strot. has baen briKht-
ened by the arrival of a Hue baby boy.
Rsv. W. F. Davies innusuratod a com
mendable idea at the Welsh Baptist Sun
day sohool on Sunday, in the shape of a
public test of reaching by the scholars.
Messrs. Dillon aud Murray left last eveu-
iug for Bingbaniton, where thoy are en
gaged to appear at Touavossey Bijou the
Gwyllm Morbus is promoting a North
End choir to take part in tho competition
at Luurel Bill park in September. Prac
tice on Thursday nt Fenner & Chappel's
At the Royal Welsh eisteddfod a few
days ago One choral competition was a
glee composed c-y Alderman u. m, w hi
iams. Tbe piece was rendered before tbe
royal family und groat interest was at
tached to tbo competition.
U AVE just opened
the finest line of
choice White China
(Haviland & Co. and
Limoges makes), to
be found anywhere.
You can buy any
thing from a PinTray
to a complete Dinner
Service. Come while
assortment is com
WeicM & Millar
116 Wyoming Ave.
Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
FIRST MONTH'S SKKVICK3
FOB ALL DISEASES AND ALL
The croat Kmrllsh Staff of rhvsleiaus. Thn
MOST DlSTlN.risHKD 81'F.C l.LIS 1 3
ON THE CONTINENT Tho President anil
Chief UiaKnusticlau can lie found daily in
tio parlor ut tuo
132 und 134 PENN AVENUE. Thev como
ri-conim.-mli (1 liy royalty and the tirsr physi-
rmns oi r.uriipj.- inoy treat an liioaNes.
Kuntures oured bv a new process. A Pi -SI
1 1VE cure gnaranterd in all SEXUAL D13-
tAbl-.b uud Wuakuessns of
by our now treatment. Tatiouls ireat"d by
corrnspoiiuoncn aim inouioiiios Willi lull H-rei-tions
sent by express. But. when t.ossl-
Me, a pot-sonul consultation is prelorred. All
consultations sri' helil in strict privacy.
W. B. The Specialists can cure all recent
us WELL ns nil lun; Ht.'indintr chronic, dillicnlt
aud.oo-0 ore casus tliur nave neon ucKlectod
or unskillfullv treated Calls mado lv an-
poliitmont mid piitieuts treated at their homos
wuou ucslred. Hours, u to I aud i to b JU
For Ten Days
only to introduce
our NEW brand of
$4.00 PER BARREL
$1.00 PER SACK
4,7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
ROOPtlnnlne and soldering nil done awsy
with hy the use of HAKTMAN 8 LAT
ENT PAINT, which consists of inredi nts
well-nown lonii. u can Da applied to tin,
galvanized tin, shoot iron roofs, ul so to brlok
wnllinss. which will Dreveut absolutelv anv
crumbling cracking or breaklnff of tho
brick. It will outlast Unulng-ot any kind by
nisuy years,nd it's cost does not exceed one
fifth that of i he cost of tinning. Is sold by
sue joe or pooaa. uomraots tnKn dv
AMXUMU UAltlMAMN, 627 Birch Si
You Need Theirr
And a visit to Martin & Delany s will be
wilder you at their immense stock of thin
oods. Just the stuff
Our novelty in
Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and
Black Serge Coat.
martin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
08 Lackawanna Ave.
I Will offer some Extra SPECIALS fori
31 dozen Ladies' Cream and Black Silk mtti, worth 39n, si
; TO CL032, 25c.
25 dozen Ladies' Fancy LTos?, regular made, worth 27)C. k
j 2 PAIR FOR 2Sc. S
3 9 dozen Ladie3' Lawn Wrappers, full sleevas and trimmed, wortli
SL25 FOR 79C.
; 19 dozen Men's Balbriggan Shirts, worth 39c.
1 . TO CLOSE ?Sc.
m ' r.
r QDTJflT IT 53 dozen CLULDKEX'S LACE CAPS, nr. K
OlLVJliilj worth from 35)o. to SI, for . . . . ZOC. S
It's a Great Shock
fothe folks who are cl.itmini they nmlcrselt
ill others to find that witUiut tbe lenst fuss
or bluster we are Kiviug custom rs tho ban
(tit of such opportunities as these.
A Stilctlv lllcli Grade Muht-wclgUi!
IVlieel, 18114 pattern, f. r 81 10 uusli.
1803 paltio-n, MO Wheel, for 875.
1804 pattern, l(IO V heel, lor W8rt cash.
These prices make tho business at our store
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
1 It is Correct!!
AND JUST THE
THING FOR THIS
Another Advocate of
DBS. IlKNtVOOU & WAKPKLL:
GENTLEMUM-It afTorils me gi-enl
pleasure to Hate thut your new proeosi
of extracting teeth was grand anrceM ii
my ease, and I heartily rooommend It t
all. I slnoeroly hope that others will
test Its merit.
CAPX. S. IS. 11UVANT. Soranton, Pa
Henwood & Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after Vav 21 make a great redno
tion In the prices of plates. All work guar
steed Brst-cluss la every particular,
to keep you cool.
summer goods is a
The proper thing for
308 Lackawanna Ave. I
By DR. DR. SHIMBERG,
The Specialist on the E?e. npadaches and Ner
vousness relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Kyeglassps and Spoctaclos ut the Lowest Prices.
Best Artificial Eves inserted for f5.
S05 SI'KLCE ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
N. A. HULBERT'S
City Musio Store,
Vi i'OiliNU AVE . ECUAIO
DKCKEB BKOTHEM um
KHAKICU & BACii ms
VLULXZ it liAUEli
Alu-a largs stock of Brst-oUo
kltblU, ElO.. EXC
i..-s! -:ri rrit
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLES AND SPOUTING
VIotor, Gendron, Erllpso, LnvelL Tiianions
und Othor Wliucla.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Hare removed their office to their
141, 143,145,147, 149, 15)
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8981
(rt st Pro sent tli Unit Popular aid rnftml by
Wararooms: Opposite Columbus Monument,
JOS Washington Av. Scran fon.Pa.