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THE fiPNWNF. POPUUB
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Garney, Brown & Co. Tilfr's.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruca Street.
9 TO 11.30
2 to 5.
Dr. D. T3. Hand has returned and will be
at his oflice from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Thomas Fay, of Cbicazo, is a guest of M.
V. S. KiMinnerer was a visitor to Ply
Harry Streeter, of Towandi, was en
gaged on business here vesterdav.
E Iward WcCnurt and Bister Lizzie loft
last niRht for the Thousand Islands.
JI. W. O'Donncll, of Ringhnmtnn, is cir
culiiting iu the city among his friouds.
Mips (iertrnde Hinckley, of the West
Fide, is the guest of Plymouth friends.
Mrs. Graham, of Brooklyn. N. Y., is the
pnot of Mrs. M. U. Iioctie, of t'apou.ie
O. X. Whitney, O. L. Rowland ntid A.
V. Seaman, uf iluuesdale, were in the city
Major and Mrs. Everett Warren sailed
today from Southampton for New York on
Alderman Frederick Fullor.of th. Ninth
ward, utter n week's vacation, will resume
his dutio-j today.
MissJosie Mnhon, nf Mnlberrv street, is
entertainius tier i-chool friond. Miss Iiessio
Lynch, of W ilkos-Iiarre.
Dr. W. (jodfrey, accompanied by his
fau.ily. is vi-iting liii cousin, Fred & God
frey, at tho Valh y Home.
Miss Margaret Williams, of Plymouth,
Bnd hergiiosr, Miss May Moore, of l'uilnl
delphia, spent yesterday in the city.
Thomas Mooro, of this city, and a party
of Now York gentlemen with whom ho
proposes to tour tho continent, havo ar
rived safely in .-Paris after a plensant trip
ucross the Atlantic in tho Champagne.
Mr. It. It. Harris and Mr. Clarence
Fields have bean nddea to tho clerical
force of the Scrauton Cah Store, making
the total number of employes of this os
estnblishtnent 24, as great a number as in
Ihe best times.
The Troy Times of Monday says: "J.
McCombie Murray, of Scran ton, Pa.,
chorister of a vested choir ol a church of
that city, is th guest of Itv. Dr. J, Ire
land Tucker. The choir in charge of Mr.
Murray Is similar to that of the Holy
Cross church, and bis visit hore is prin
cipally duo to a desire to hear the Holy
Fcranton'a Business Interests.
Tiik Tmiiunr will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, bankiug, manufactur
ing anil professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnblic build
ings, business blocks streets, etc., together
with portraits of loading citieuns. No
similar work has ever giviu an equal rep
resentation of Scranton's mauy indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resourcos. Kent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
ndvortisemont of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concorned as well as the city
at large. Representatives of The Tkihunb
will call upon those whose x amiss
are desired in this edition aud explaiu
its nature moro fully.
Those desiring views ot their residences
in this edition will please have notice nt
$40,000 Fohool Home No. 27,
E, L. Walter, architect, bids to he opened
t ins montn,to be built on Columbia avenue.
Lots for sale on this aveuue at low prices
for a brief period.
Uutlo Boxes Exolusivfcly.
Eest mads. Play any desired numbor of
tunes, uautscal & eons., manuiacturers,
)Ui0 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrial organs, only to and $10.
Specialty 1 Old mnsio boxes carofully re
. paired aud improved with new tunes. ,
A Foe to Dyspepsia
NEVS 0FWBST SI
Viaduct Matter Will Be Taken Up at a Haet
Ing of Ccmnilllee Tonight
RUNAWAY ON HYDE PARK AVENUE
Fortunately It Resulted in No Damage.
Death of John Chatman at Edwards
dale Miss Edna Stevens Enter
tained Her Friends at a 5 O'Clock
Tea Personal Mention and Minor
News Notes. ,
TI10 councils special viaduct corarait
lee, consisting of Citty Emrineer Phil
lips, Selectmen Mauley, Tuoum, Win
ner and Cuinuion Councilman Iiab.i
ilian an.l Iliolcoy, huTin in cuartro tlx
West Lackawanna ayeuu viaduct,
will meat this evening iu City Clerk
Lt voile's t'filce.
TI10 question of damages is what
cuusoil the project to lie unappro tched
lor several months, mi 1 together with
the decision of court relative to tne ap-
poinm,nt of viewer was a knock-out
to the popular fuvor w'uioh the viaduct
THE HORSE TOOK FRIGHT.
Dashed Along North Hyd" Fatk Avenue
bat Did No Da mica.
An exciting runaway occurred y s
tcrdiiy nrternnon on North Hyde Park
avenue. Walter Izmir, 11 driver for J.
D. Williams &Co., was driving around
tfntlierinir. ice cream tubs and stopped
it n house on the uhove aveuue. The
animal, which whs attached to a light
w.'ibou, took friylitand dashed away.
The horse wade a turn from Hyde
Park avenue to Trice street, where it
kept on nt a frightful rate of fp'od.
After a lonjr run the uutmil wended
its way to the burn. No damage was
done beyond a break in the rear portion
ot the wagon.
DIED AT EDWAROSOALE.
John Chatman Wu Well Known la This
Port of the City.
The iminv friends of John (Jh&timu
will he grieved to hear of Ihh sti Ideu
death nt Edwurddale yesterday.
Deeuniod was !!t) years of age, and a
native of England. A wife and three
children survive him. The funeral will
take place tomorrow afternoon. Inter
ment in Forty Fort cemetery.
A FIVE O'CLOCK TEA.
Qlven bs Hits Edna Stevens at Her
Miss Edna Stevens gave a 5 o'clock
tea to a few of her young frion Is visit
ing at her heme on North Sumner ave
nue yesterday, and a most cujoysble
iiuix was the result.
Tuoso present were Misses Christina,
Lila and Edith Ilouie.-r, of Taylor;
Uvrtie Stevens, of Sayre. nnd Edna
Stevens, Bessie Ultiinus, Harry and
U:iy Stevens, of tun side.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
The West Side oilice of tho ScrtANToN
Tfi i:Eis lm-ated at JM North Jlam avu-
nue where subscriptions, advertisements and
communications will receive prompt atten
Hartley J, Walsh, of Lafayette street, is
Eddie and Arthur Hull, of this side are
Charles Young, of Pittston. was a caller
in town yesterday.
Fred R. Jones, of Jackson street, is so
jo u ruing in Atlantic City.
Rowman Christmno, of West Lacka
wanna aveuue, is seriouly id.
Mifs Hattie Thomas.of Lnfavette street.
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i9 UUIUU liUIU JJIIlUUllllUlJ, 1,
William Shifter, of Tentli street, was iu
Vt UUes-IJurre 011 biiness yesti rilay.
lljss Maine Edwards has returned home
from a vitit with lriuuUs iu Altoona.
F. R. Griffiths returued to Mount Car
niel yesterday, where he spent a few days,
Miss Nillio Coons,(,f South Main nvnaue.
is visiting Ml-.s Jessie Polhamus of Clarks
The Hyde Park Choral socioty will meet
at Co-operative hall for rehearsal this
Emerson Darling Owen nnd Frederick O,
Peter have returned from several days'
stay nt iuKe inoin.
Mrs. Uenrgo Starner, who wont to visit.
rriiids at Long i:.ddy, JN. 1., was taken 111
and bad to return homo.
Charles Kithalino, of Wilkes-Banv, has
returned home from a visit with relativos
on North Sumner avenue.
Mrs. F. E. Reynolds and son, Robert. 0
South Sumner av.'iiue, aro visiting friends
at Clilloru, Misqueununa county.
George Keen, Charles Seolov, Horaco
Keen aud Charles lliclitold, will leave for
a week s camp out at La.co inolfi.
Mi s. James T. Coleman and Mrs. Au
cusc uowur, t't est cuester, Uuvo re
turned from a vUit with friends 011 this
Jol.n Dennohimm, of Rock fitter, has
purchased the austatr property on La
layetto street and win move tuere on Au,
CAMP MEETING AT LAUREL HILL PARK
It Will Be Held by the Color d Brethren
on Auir. 12, 19 and 20.
A colored camp meeting will be held
in Laurel Hill park on blind ivs Aug,
13, 11) and 20. The exercises will begin
each lay at 10 a. m.. and close at I) n
111. On each occasion there will b
singitig by a famous Tennessee Planta
tion tilee club.
0:i Aug. 12, Itev. R. Dangerfiold, pas
lor ot the American Methodist Epis
copnl Ziou church, of Wilkes-Birre,
will preach his famous new Beruinn
"Ihe Capitalist nud Religion," ut 3
p. 111. At 7 p. m., U.v. Philip AkIis
Huburt, of North Carolina, will preach
a sermon on "ihe btrikors and lie
Excursion trains will be mil nr and
down tne valley lor the accommoda
llou of all who will attend.
FOOT RACE AT THE DRIVING PARK
Mlohael Joyoe Won from Edward Mo-
Laughlin In a 100-Yard Dash.
The sports wero out iu force yostor
day at the Driving park, the event
which they bad for some time ben
patiently waiting to see wag the 100
yard foot race between Michael Jovce,
of Minooka and Edward McLoughlln,
of 'inylor, for a pur3e of SI 00.
A path ot 100 yards was staked off
m the track ii front of the grand
stand, andat b. 110 the competing sprint
ers came to the scratch. Jovce is
young man about 21 years ot age, and
is a stockily-built lellow. weighing over
iuu pounds. , lie appeared in fine form.
the muscles of his limbs standing ont
uk wtiip cords. McLongblin
younger, a mere stripling, and has the
build of a fleet-footed sprinter. He
ntoi wn 111 guuu irim.
John Morris, of Pittston, was ap
pointed Starter. Frank Tlannia tn.1lu
Thomas Murray, of Minookn. and
ruiiiuK jjuuy, or ocranton, were se
leoted at referees.
When Starter Morris fired the shot
botU runners broke away even from
the scratch and bold together well
until the end of the first fifty ynrOn ;
then Joyce beiun to Iuuu nnd Kent on
increasing ii, breaking the utrinjr at
the tiuian iiv. 1 yards ahead of Mc-
Longulin. lie was earned on the
shoulders of his admirers for fnlly teu
minutes Deiore their tsultutlou was
The time eleven nnd a half seconds.
ASPHALT WILL BS USED.
General Kanacror I'entem Has Given
TJlrfCtioiiH to Thit Eff?ct.
The niisu iderstunding whioh es
ted betwseti Street Comminionur
Kirst and the Scrauton Tractiou com
pany iu reference to ths nianner of
paving the strip of street lyitij! outside
the car tracks 011 Lickaw:iuua avenue,
hits been adjusted and the space will
be covered with asphalt at once.
bluce last inlay wheu the street
commissioner stopped the workmen
from filling the outside ppneo with vi
trified brick, the trench lias remained
open and l).n a constant menace to
velnulau and people crossing the street.
A settlement of the matter was de
layed by General Manngor Heotoiu's
abeiice from the oity. Mr Ueetom ex
plained that the trouhle was occasioned
by it inisiuterpietation to pavo wirti
brick when ho hud instructed in-fore his
departure that asphalt lie used.
The position iishiiiiiciI oy street com
missioner Kirst was that if the space
were hiled with brick without a con
crete base, curb or other provision to
guard against the access of water run
ning beneath the asphalt pavj tho p ty
ing would bo ruined
The North End otllco of the f-'cuA NTON
T It I in' N L in located at tlio Lewis Diul' Store
nnd .loliu's Store. Wayne uvenuo, wilero Mii
ser ptioiiH, ailvertis:iments and eoinmuuicatiou
will receive iiroui;it at I nLloii. J
CUIOSITICS FHOM FLORIDA.
Splendid ColUotl- n That Is Owned by
Mr. Full-r, Jr.
Mr. Fuller, jr., who is on his vaca
tion from Florida, has brought n mis
cellaneous collection of wonders which
aro attracting considerable attention.
There are the alligators ufew months
old, which, nlthough but twelve inclua
long, must be kept nt the proverbial
urm's length. They nio fed upon raw
meat and seem to take kindly to their
new uboile. Mr. Fuller is responsible
for the existence, so to speak, of two of
these gentry, having procured three
eggs of alligators, two of which he
placed in the sands, and his efforts
were repaid iu the creapers lie has
now on view. The othor og Mr. Ful
ler preserved and has with him.
He has also a trophy of bis sum in
tho skin of a diamond rattlesnake, one
of the most poisonous in Florida, The
Hunk s was over seven feet long and wus
killed by Mr. Fuller. Tho skin of a
wild cat nnd skeleton of the j iw of nn
illigator are 11U0 b;mo:ig his collec
tions, but probably tin most interest
ing is the pottery which Mr. Fuller
dhenvered iu the temple of the mound
builders of Uk-ehumkee. ihe leiics
mnst be over 40J years old and the ac
cepted supposition is that they were the
work of partially civilized ruces before
tho invasion of that part of the coun
try by the Indians. A splendid native
worked orange stick isin Iho collection.
It is intruded for Mr. Fuller, sr. Many
hundreds have seen the collection,
which is excitiug considerable interest,
NORTH END CHIEFS.
Steve Chapman has returned home to
Hugerstown alter a visit 01 two woeiis.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Francois, of Market street,
have left for a vacation at Huualo and. JM
Dr. Donno nnd Hourv Jones will leave
trdav f r a couple of days fishing in the
Delaware river ut llaucoci,, J. i.
Mrs. Anderson, of St. J s 'ph.ai-compatiird
by her dauchter, Ida, is veiling bor mo
ther, Mrs. Eiiz 1 Fiber, of Warren ttreet.
Th" mi inl 1 f the Liberty, Niagara
nnd Cuinherlanu lire companies attends
the funeral of ex-Chief Madison yester
day. Arrangement nre being made for a'fnir
and lodival iu the Puritan Congregational
church for the purpose of raising funds to
procure a heater and front wall.
Tho little son of John E. Hughes, of
Wayne avenue, 1111 1 with an accident on
Wayne avenue yesterday by hemp allowed
to full. He sustained a bad spraiu of tho
A rumor spread like wildfire through
the North End last evening that William
llarv-y had been mutiluted at Clark's
Summit creasing. Harvey, Thomas
Lewie, David I.loyd and Andy Do l'ugh
were driving to lHutcrmUk i'ulls for a fuw
hours IKhmg. and quito a panic was
creased upon the arrival ot the news. A
Ikiih.nh reporter wailed upon Lewis'
father late lust evening, who stated that
uothing whatever hud occurred.
John Tondiey, of West Market street,
was committed by Alderman Uorau yes
terday to the county jail upon the charge
of abu-lug his wile. Mrs. 1'ondrey ap
peared with broken teeth and numerous
marks of excessive brutality. When Olli
cer Skint went up to uriest him he found
the house barricaded against unwelcome
visitors and he had to procure n ladder so
n to find a weal; point in the fortifica
tions. This he accomplished in olio of the
windows and when he got into a bedroom
he foil nil Tondrey with a large stone reauy
for the omdniight. By -some tact, how
ever, he managed to secure his man and
briug hi 111 down.
CONCERT AT LAUREL HILL PARK.
It Will Be Givin Tor.luht by Catholic
( horal Union.
This evening the Catholis Cioral
union will give a concert at Liurel Hill
p irk at which the following programme
will be rendered:
Overture Bauer's Orchestra.
"Dawu of Hay" Catholic Choral Union
Trio "lioneiiictus," (from Schubert's Mints
lu (!) Mrs. Kuto Sullivan, Edward
Walsh, John Connolly.
"Bridal nf tho Birds" Richards
Chorus, "Madeline" Roeckel
l ull Choir.
"My True Love Hath My Heart,"
Lud ies' Chorus
Duet "I Would That My Love,"
"Morry Songsters" Kin rose
Solo "How Fair" Flotow
Chorus "Gloria" (Twelfth) Mozart
i ull Choir and Orchestra; Haydn Evans,
Conductor; Miss Annie Durkiu, Ac
companist. THE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
C. B. Manvllle Says It Will Bs Opensd
to Public July 23.
Circulars were issued by Superin
tendent C. R. M'lnville. of the D-la-ware
and Hudson Canal company, yes
terday to the effect that the new
passenger depot at Scranton will be
opon for business on Monday morning,
July 30, and that the Vino etrejt,
liridge street and Delaware, Lajka
wanna aud Western ticket ofihes will
be permanently closed at midnight,
It also states that R. E White, who
at present is the ngjut at Vine street,
has been appointed agent at the new
depot. He will have entire charge of
the ticket, baggage and telegraph offices.
m CFSOUTH SHE
Roonoy's Teeth Knocked Out and Lip Cut Open
by a Kick from a Horse.
CGMY HOUSE MED DOWN
John Lydon's House in the Twelfth
Ward Was Destroyed by Fire Early
Yesterday Morning Deputy Fac
tory Inspector Castles Exonerates
the Meadow Brook Silk Company.
Funeral of Philip Schank Personals
and Other Items of News. 1
Melville Rooney. of 815 Orchard
street, was kicked in the face yester
day by one of a team of horses he was
driving, uud two of his teeth were
kicked out, another broken, and his
upper lip split so that it required three
stitches to sew it up. Koouey was em
ployed us a t"auister by his sister.
Yesterday he was huullu; brick from
the Council brick yard at No. 0
i'lo was hauliug a load of brick yes
terday alternooti ut 3 o'clock and the
team was climbing u steep bill ne.ir the
brick yard. He wus walking along
side the team and reached over to strike
the off horse with the whip to spar up
tl.e annual. The one nearest hint with
out warning shot out its foot uud
Kicked him in the face.. Rooney was
knock 'd muscles aud Laid uloug the
road for au hour before he was no
ticed. A curriago was brought nnd th in
jured iU4ti taken to Dr. Walsh's ollice.
Ihe uoctor found his neck much swol
len, making breathing difficult,
MEADOW BROOK CO. LX0NERATED.
Diputy Insproior Castlo Relieves It cf
Deputy Factory Inspector limjain'm
T. Castles, of this city, iuvstiOted
the iicji lent to Mis Spoil rer, of Maple
street, yesterday. Mr. Castles visited
the Meadow lirook hiIk mill uud heard
tlie testimony of time who had knowl
edge of too casualty.
How it occurred no one was definitely
able to state, Hut the investigation,
us far as it went, tended to prove that
Miss Snohrer wiib ubout to get on the
elevator, when a girl near her, whose
dress hud caught in the machinery,
screamed at the top of her vuic.
Miss Spohrjr turned uronud and saw
her companion's dress cauzht in the
mac'liiuery. causing hr fu Lalut. The
girl that had her dress caught snc
seeded in releaiiog it, bat Mis Spohnr
lost her balance and tell down the
The Meadow Bruek Silk company
was exonerated from any cttrulcsMiess
by Mr. Castles, lii visited Die pirl
home afterward and his'iutejv.luw wull
the fuiuiiy cuaviuued hiui that they do
not hold the eilk company iu any man
The family physician, Dc. A. J. Koll,
sUtod last u if hi txmt the girl is sulfei
iug from slight coucutsion of the br.aiu,
but that she will entirely recover
COMPANY HOUic BURNED.
It Was Occupied by John Lvdou's
Family and All Earnlturs Was Saved.
A company house in the upper end
of the TweutWUi war!, owned by
William Council & Qo., aud oecupied
by the family of John Lydou, win
totally destroyed by tire at 3 o'clock
yestcriky morning. TAu &tp is said to
havo originated from au overheated
Wht-u the black volumes of smoke
began to risu from the burning bouse
crowds ran excitedly toward the Na
tional breaker, which all thought had
caught fu-" and which is situated not
more than ,VJ0 ftt away rem the house
that wus destroyed. Fortunately thuir
feats were unfounded uud mauy a sigh
ot relief went up.
The Lydon family fved nil thoir
furnitnre and untie of the members
hull -red any bums.
SOUTH SIDc JOTTINGS.
Miss Mary Jane McNally, of Pittston
avenuo, Will leave on Fr iduy fur Atlantic
Conductor Michael Moran, of Locust
stunt, .is suffering from uu attack of
Catnier Hartmsn, of Pittston nveouo,
wiili his family, is eujoykig the breezos of
A horse owned by John Meyers, of Stone
avenue, dropped dead yesterday afternoon
near the Cedar aveuue bridge.
Tho picnlcof'i'utrioticOnardsat Central
) a; It yesterday was a success all orouud.
It was on joyed by a thomaud people.
Rev. Georgo J. Stopper, curate of St.
Mary's Ciermuu Catholic church, is recov
ering froiu a severe attack of malaria.
Tho maiTingo of Patrick Broea and
Elisabeth Foley will bo solemnized this
aliernonn nt 8 o'clock at St. John's
The Scrauton Athletic club is arranging
for a wrestliug match between oue of its
members aiftl an athloto from South Wash
Mrs. John Fink, of Remington avenue,
rein rued home yesterday from New
foundland, N. S., where tin spent the
past moiitu visiting.
William Fiuk announces himself as a
candidate foe ileleeate to the Itenuhlicnn
county convention from the Third district
of tho LleVeuth ward.
Tiie fuueral of tho 4 -Weeks-old daughter
of George Beyers, of Stafford avenue, was
held yesterday atternoou ami attended by
numerous friouds of the family.
The excursion of James Council lod 'e.
No. 170, Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, to LiiiKii Ariel tomorrow will 00 at
tended bv n huge number of jeonh. The
train wiil leave the Erie nnd Wyoming
Valley depot at 8 a. m.
V. O. Roland will start for St. Paul,
Minn., tomorrow to attend tho national
convention of the Catliulic Total Absti
nence Union of America. Mr. BoJaud will
spend some timu in tho West 011 pleasure
bent buforo his return.
Druggist F. Ii. Terppo ordered tho car
ponreis at work on his new building at
liirch street and Cedar avenue, to build a
flag staff on tlm western comer of the
structure. Yesterday the pole was put iu
position, nnd Mr. Tcrppe r.--t 11 4 by 4 Slnrs
aud Stripes al its summit. It will wave
there until the building is occupied.
The funeral of tho Into Philip Schank
was held yesterday afternoon and a large
cortege attended the remains to the Krave.
At the Prosp-ct Avenue German Metho
dist EpIscojMil church Rev. Gustave H.
Manner preached a touching sermon and
reviewed tho upright life of the deceased.
Aitor the services wwe b.ver the remains
were conveyed to the Pittston Aveuue
cetnotery, where intormeut was made.
THEY MUST KEEP MOVING.
Push-Cart Fiddlers Will Nut Be Al
lowed ta Ooitruot Ihi Streets.
An Italian poiuiut vender who is the
proprietor of push-cart on Lacka
wanna uvttnue woe arsesfad and fined
$3 yesterday for not keeping fu motion
as directed by city ordin inee.
OflUf r Meiozer ordered hkn to move,
but he refused, even after he was givnu
to understand that be was violating
the city laws. He was arrested and nt
the hearing lined As oove sutod, It
is the inteution of the police depart-
ment to strictly enforce the laws re
lating to the obstruction of public
tboronghfares and a number of arrests
of a similar nature are likely to fol
CYCLIST CURTIS SHOWS FIGHT.
Bs Alto Eh.ws That He Knows Some
thing About the Intricacies of Law.
The sharper giving his name as Cur
tis, who is detained at the station house
awaiting rtqulsitiou papers to take him
back to Utica to answer for stealing
bloyoles, is growing weary of his con
finement and wiii make an effort to be
released on ft writ of habeas corpus.
He says that unless the rtquisltion
papers come by Friday they cannot be
seemed for some weeks, as Governor
Puttison leaves today on an extondei
tour of- the groat lakes and they must,
of courso, be '.endorsed by him before
they become operative.
lie believes that if he applies for a
writ of habeas coipus the court will
compel the'police department to fix a
day by whicli the requisition papers
must be served to prevent the granting
of the writ. lie claims that in South
Carolina eleven days and twenty-three
hours is the time allowed by law and
that in many other states a certaiu time
is fixd. Ho also wont back to tho tin e
of King John aud tho Magna Cli ts
and descanted at length on old English
law and tho rights of titizns, etc.,
showing that he has had eonsicleral le
dealing with the law in some shape or
II i:a r. Meiut is tho characteristic of
Hood's Su:apurilhi, and it is manifested
every day iu the remarkable cures that
medicine accompli-hes. Hood's fcarsapn
rilla is tho kind. Try it.
Hood's Pills nre the best family cathar
tic uud liver medicine. Harmless, reliable,
CAVE iust opened
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
' b is u B ui UlS H a La I
WeicM & Millar
116 Wyoming Ave.
Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
FIRST MONTH'S SEUVICDS I'HKi;
FOR Alili DISIIASKS AM) ALL
The great English R!-iTof Phvsielani. The
MOST DISTl.ViH'I-HKH 811-X'lALISrS
iiN TITfi- i n :ti vi.- v e Tl, , ei.l...,i n...i
Chief Uuigiiustieiau can to found daily in
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.UO ff.M IU, t.b LUU
1.12 and 1IH PEXN AVKXLIR. They eomo
recomm -nileil hy royalty and the lira phvM
cians of Kuropr Thoy treat all Ihwenson.
l-:uitiire8 cured hv a now iroeess. A P 'St
liVK euro guaranti'ud in all SEXUAL UR
EASES uud Weakness -s of
by our now trenttnont. t ration :n trratril by
cnrrrspoiubiiif and inivliciims witli t, li
ructiuus Kont by oxiirt'ss. l;ut. vluii iioVii-
Mo, u iHTsoniU 'uiiu't:ttiou in iirctViTod, All
cuiiNHltat inns aro hiM in strict privacy.
It 'I'll, bit Simi'i'ili ,fa fin I'lti'i nil I'nnfinf
as S ICl.L us all lnntr i.t.ainliiii; rliiMnuvlitlKMiit
ana ou-c.nre ca-ios ma! uava heen iu j.'lirtoil
or unskiUftilK' Ircatt'.l Calls in:nli liv im-
, iiointmiMit an; p:i t .iitM tvt-n t ,m1 nt th.-Ir limH
when (K'uii'ijil. lluuru, 'J t j 4 ami i to H ')
For Ten Days
only to introduce
our NEW brand of
$4.09 P3R BARREL
$1.00 PER SACK
47 LACKAWANNA AVE.
- tm j i
L.J L'. L-c-J'
'.re at Prcwnt the Mint Top-D'ar ml I'reforrfd tv
Warorooms: Opposite Columbus Monumenl,
. ,r, -,i.1r.- nn (-jv r-,.rf),.f...,f
ROOFttnnlntr and snlderinir nil done away
with hy the use ot llAttT.MAN'H I AT
KNT 1'AIM T, which consists of inredl tits
well-known to nil It ran bo applied to tin,
galvanized tin, sheot iron roofs, ni so to hriok
dwellings, which will provunt ahsulntoly any
erumblittif, crackin or breaking of the
rick. It will outlast tlnulug ot any kind hy
many years,nd it's cost doos not exeood one
fifth that of i ho cost of tlnninif. I gold by
the joti or pound. Contracts taken by
ANTUMO llAKTiUANN, W7 Biroh St
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
ESaxtiri & Z)ela.ny
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 Lacka. Ave.
To be closed
H CAPS, vj-orth from 39c.
s? be clossd out at
At loss than HALF VALUE and other
good3 in proportion.
It'3 a Great Shock
f 0 tho fnllts irhn nr.i eUlminj t hey undorroll
ill others to find that with 'Ut tne le-ist Iuhs
or bluier we ariujivinz eu-ioni-rs tho bun
tilt of such opportunities nt taeso.
A Stricl iv li iirti iiailo 1 .1 -lit-n i-l k' f
H hurl, li4 piittm-ii, f-i fil 10 ea-.li.
1813 imlteril, SI .r'l' Wheel, Tor lT5.
1H!1 pattern, blOrt Vt hefl, lor IK 8 3 eesl
fheso prices make tho busiucss atourstorcb
FLORE Y C- HOLT
Y. M. C. A. CUILD1XG.
Et is Correct!!
AND JU3T THE
THING FOR THIS
THK 1 1 AT TEU,
Maloney Oil and Manufac
! Havo removed their office to their
141, 143,145,147,149, 151
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8631
"IF AT FIRST YOU
out at LESS than
to $1.25, will
By DR. DR. SIIILIBERS,
The Specialist on the E?e. nemlacliPS and Ner
vousness relieved. Latest nnd Improved Style of
KyeKbisf-e" and Spectacles at the Lowest Prices,
lie.-t Artificial l-'.v-s in.serte 1 for ?.".
3l.- si'UrCM ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
M. A. HULBERT'3
City Rflusio Store,
m WSOMD(QAVB, BCBANT0&
BTKTVWA V BOX
DKCKKIt BROTHERS .
VTUL1Z Jc UASJUU
li lire stock of first-olus
UVKICAIi M K 1 tCll A N DIStt
utbio, Km. Kia
Another Advocate of
DRS. I1KNM OOU XV A UIKLT.:
OKKTLK31 ICN-It nffordi me Brenl
ploaiiiro to nt at o tlutt your new procf iii
of rxtmctlHc tcrth wn a irrnml tit-cent !
my cast', n ittl I lioarllly rccointnnrt It t
all. 1 uliuoi'i'ly hope that others wlU
Coat Iti ntcrltH.
CA11. S. U lti:V AM. beranton, Ta
Henwood k WardelL
316 Lackawanna Ava x
Will on nd after JInv 21 make a sroat redni
tlon lu the prices of plates. All work guar
antoei flrst-cLiss in every uarticular,
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLKS AND SrORTINO
Victor, Oendron, Krllpse, LovelL Diamoni
and Other Whuels.
DON'T SUCCEED," TRY