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34 WYOMING AVS.
FINEST LINE IN THE CITY
POH THE PKICE
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
THE TRADE BY.
The Weston III Co,
EEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS 1
THE 6EWUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE IMITUI.S
G., B. St Co.,
Imnrlnlod nn Eitoh Clanr.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO TUB
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruce Street.
Office Houra: H!130
I 2 TO 0.
Mrs. Bert Gardiner is visiting in Par-
County Detective John She is in Now
Mrs. II, B. Ware went to Buffalo yester
day to visit her parents.
Attorney D. W. Connolly and family
will leave today for Lake Ariel.
Jlrs. Quire, of Jersey City, is visiting
Sirs. P. Si. Downing, of Miitl.i avenue.
C. B. Worden nml Dr. H. E. Lutz sppnt
yesterday on a pleasure trip at Lake
Jolin Nealon, the recently appointed
postmaster of Carbondale, was in the city
Attorneys C. H. Soper and P. A. Phil
bin returned yesterday from a successful
Mrs. Dr Lutz and son Langdon left
yestorday on ft pleasure trip 10 Delaware
Mrs. P. G. O'Malley of Adams avenue,
left for Sandusky, 0., yesterday to visit
Miss Clara Clowell, of Berwick, is visit
ing at the residence of Burt Gardiner on
Eugene O'Rourke, the well-known actor,
will arrive In the city today to upend two
weeks with his friend, W. F. O'Brien.
Miss Gertrude A. Peet, of Monroe ave
nue, who has been visitiifj friends at Fac
toryville and Lake Winola, has returned
T. V. Powderly went to Silver Lake
N. Y., yesterday where he will delivor
two addresses before the Chautauqua as
sembly. Ex-Connty Solicitor dimming, of
Schuylkill county, was in the city yester
day and called on County Treasurer D. VV,
Miss Bessie Merriam has returned to her
home in Albany, N. Y., ofier visiting
Miss Augusta Wrifht. of 813 Madison
Frank N. Hallstead, of the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western pay oflie", is
sojourning with his family at West Ilainp.
ton, Long Island.
Rev. A. V. Bowfr, of New Canaan,
Conn., is visiting at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Garney. North Washington
avonue. He will preach m-xt Sunday
morning in the Green Ridge Biptist
A letter just recoived from Dr. Stanley
M. Ward from Red Creek, N. Y,, where he
has been residing since last February, hav
ing bought out the practice of a reiirlng
physician, tells of cooler weather np there,
near Lake Ontario, than Scranton had
during the recent torrid term. The many
friends of the doctor and his wire will be
clad to hoar that buth areenjoyinix good
henlth. Her sister, iliss Carpenter of
Waverly, is with them this summer. '
The Pottsville Chronicle says that Will
iam htoin, sou of Mine Inspector Stein of
IShcnnndoab, and who at .one time was
onn of the chief pay roll clerks for the
Philadelphia and Heading Coal and Iron
company under Thomas 8. March, late
second auditor, has just passed an exam
ination of the state medical board, and in
tends to locate at Scranton. Dr. bteln Is a
brother of Matthew R. Stein, druggist at
Mahanoy City, and James Stein, physician
Pillsbury's Best makes bost bread.
$40,000 Sohool House No. 2?.
E. L. Walter, architect, bids to be opened
uii.s nion tn, to De nun ton Columbia avonne.
Lots for sale on this avenue at low prices
for a brief period.
Mnilo Bcxss Exoluilvsly.
Best mad. Play any desired number of
. 11 T. I . 1. J I' - C . .
- unuiBi'iii oc oons., maDuioQiurers,
Ki30 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
flerful orchestrlnl organs, only to and $10.
Bpecmlty: Old muslo boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tone.
fi Foe,to Dyspepsia
Jackson S'.reet Biys Indulge In a Yary Ex
UK. AND RSRS. WEBS RECOUPED
Traction Companies Cars Now Run
Up the Lackawanna Avenue Hill.
New Schedule Soon to Go Into
Effect -Will Give Seven and One
Half Minute Trips Many Minor
News Notes of Interest.
Considerable tronble Ins been caused
of late by boys who break the sewer
pipes which lay along Jackson street
fr the Twenty-first ward sewer. D.
E. Nicholas, who bus the contract in
charge, bad u warrantjssuod yesterday
for the urrost of two young lads nnru.id
Meehan, who reside near by, and are
supposed to have broken them. These
pipes nre very valualilo, costing nbont
i$'3 each, ntid ubout twenty-ono of them
Mr. Nicholas stated at the hearing in
AJdcrrntn Blnir's office last evening
that be intends probing the matter to
the bottom. There was not sulllcient
evidence to convict the boys who were
captured. Tho manner in which the
pipes are brokeu is that several of the
youths congregate and test thoir
strength by throwing largo cobble
stone on the pipes. The strongest
succeed in breaking them. Constable
Timothy Jones is now in search of the
Frederick Wbb of the First ward,
was arrested yesterday by Constable
Timothy Jones on a charge of deser
tion, The plaintiff was his wife. Mrs.
Isabella Webb, woo alleges that some
lime ago he deserted her. The hear
ing was notable for tenra uud the re
conciliation of the parties.
CARS RUM UP THE HILL.
New Schedule to Be Put Into Operation
on Kyde Park Line.
Yen lord a v morning was the opening
of the new extension of the Scranton
rautiou company nn L ickawannu
avenue hill. At first some doubt w is
stressed aa to whether the curs wnnld
bo able to climb the steep grail Yes
terday's trips were made with great
'aso. All the ttyde Park aud Eynon
ilreet and Taylor cars run up the hill
inJ make ttio return trip by way of
Jackson and Ninth streets. This plan
Iocs entirely nway with the old nisthorl
if waiting on the Robinson street
An entire change of schedule will go
nto effect next week on the Hda
Park lino. Two nurfl tvlll h. h IiIh-I tn
the Taylor hue, and t&euty-niiuute
n-rvioe win tie given the same as when
he line first opeued; that is, there will
je a ruturu to tho systun in viguo be
rore the two cars were taken r.iV the
Tylor Hue. At present the Swetluud
und Waslibcru street cars leave Frank-
in avenue together and the Luzerne
street cur a few minutes af terwarJ.
The new schedule will arrange it go
that no two cars louud for the Wuat
Side will leave Lackawanna avenue at
the s una time. The simce b.-ttvean the
leaving time of each car will be seven
and oue-half minutes. This will be a
gratifying change aud it will probably
;o into tiled ou Aug. 1.
LITTLE WEST SIDE Hi VIS NOTES.
The West Sltlo offlco of tho Schanton
TiiI I'NEU located at 113 North llain avi-
nne. where subscriptions, advertisements and
ciiunmiuicutioiis will receivo prompt attiia-
Mrs. Milcnh Davies, of Twelfth street, is
Miss Ida Phillips, of Providence, was iu
town laoi evening.
Thomas D. Williams, ol Wilkos-Barre,
was here yesterday.
Miss Margaret DaVies, of Forest City, is
a guest of f rteud on this side.
Attorney D. J. Davio of South Main
avenue, is sojourning at Ocean Orove.
Prof. W. Georgo Powell of North Lin
coin avenue, has returned from Lake
Will C. Williams of North Sumner avo.
nue, catcher for Princeton, is at Lake
Mrs. John B. Sutter, of Easton. has re
turned home after a visit with friends ou
Mrs. J. F. Randolph, cf South Hyde
Park avenue, is spending the week at As-
Benjamin Williams, of Wilkes-Barre, has
returned home troin a visit with' friends
on this side. .
Mrs. Henry B. Collins,and Mrs. Johnson,
of Avoudale, have returned from a visit
with friends ou this side.
The ordinance providing for the paving
oicjacKiou, icoonmon auu JNintu streets,
will not be introduced in councils until P.
J. Nenlis, presulont of common council,
returns iroui uis vacation.
Emerson D. Owen, of North Lincoln
avonue. has accented the mnnacomeut of
the West Side departrneu of the Evening
Expiesi. Mr. Owen is an energetic young
mau anu loresees tne instincts ol journal'
Rev. W. S. Jones, paslor of tho First
welsn liaptlst cnurcu, will leave on Sat-
uruayto join his lamily in Wales. Jlr.
J ones' trip will occuov about two months.
and ho will sail on the same stenmer ax
Councilman E. E. Robatuau and Druggist
T. II. Jones.
Tho services of the Wa-hhnrn Streot
rresnyierian cnurcU will be ;oiiInetod on
omiuuy uui at iu a. m. anu 7. mi n. m in
the Jackson Street Baptist church, the lat
ter nnviug Kindly ottered their place of
vvvidwi,. inn unw rresnyterlan edillce,
uuw in uourie or iectiou, is being rapidly
Isanc Evans, or Fellows nlaro ia nnfTur.
iug from a badlv smashed hnml whii h in
the rocul' of a fall of rock in the Capouse
miiiuii. ijviino wus ur, worn in mg cuain
ber whon a piece of coal fell from t.iia rn.,f
striking his hand with the above result.
He was removed to his homo where Dr.
iu. u, ft uuuuis uiesseu ne WOUUd.
LENEWSK1 MADE CHARGES.
Will Be Given an Opportunity to Sub
stantiate Them In a Court of Justice,
Mrs. Amelia Lacli, of Lackawanna
township, claims that Albert Lenewiki
slandered Iter and yesterday, through
ber attorney, ex-Judge W. II. Stanton,
Degau an action to recover damages
She alleges that on July 13 Looewskl,
in the presence of a number of persons.
stated that she had been guilty of
criminal couduot with August Suvage.
IMPROVING THEIR HOMES.
Woilt Contractor Wordsn Hat Done
Eokman and Albaugb. Houiee.
Among the most marko l improve
ujanis on residential properties on I
hill are the alterations on the home
James II. Albaui'h VI ne atraAfc m
Adams avenue, and tha hnma nV T?
J. G. Eckman, D D . on Qjinoy ave
nue, betxveen Vine and Mulberry
streets. The work nn hnt.h hnn.ua 1-
being done under the immediate super-
.i.iuu in .m. li. vvoraen, whose most
mrge coniraot was ror tbe er
lion of the thrna nam hn.ln.u. ki
ings on Spruce street, between Wyo-
Inlnff nil 1T LI . -
t eaiungiou avenues.
The Vine street property of Mr. A.I
THE SCTiAKTON TIHBTJXE-TIIURSDAY MOR'NTNO. JULY 2G. 18!)i.
bangh was but a ru'Tesholl when altera
tions were bfgun. It is now nearly com
pleted, und tint result shows one of tho
most attraotivn Q men Ann residen'jos
in the city. It has been finished in
hard wood mid quartered oak. Mr.
Albaugh has already received several
substantial offers for it.
Kuv. Dr. Eckman's Qnincv nvenns
rosidence has been transformed by
Builder Worden into a very handsomt
and desirable property. The 3-stoiv
extension and new trout will be fin
ished in a few days.
CAMPBELL RELEASED FROIil JAIL.
Judife Edwards Allowad Him to Enter
Ball in the Sum cf $1,000
James II. Campbell, the Carbondale
boy, who on last Sunday afternoon shot
and killad a companion named Pitrick
McDounell at Mud pond, near Carbou
da!, was yesterday nllowad to enter
hall by Judge Edwards
District Attorney Killy informed
thejulgo that ha inquired into the
tacts in the ciso and Was satisfied that
it wus one of iuvoli.nlnry manslaugh
ter. Jiulco Elvvards thereupon directed
the toy to enter bail in the sum of
$1,000. Jacob Stono and Janus F. Far-
Mi qualified as Ills bondsmen and
Caiupnoll was releasml.
lie is much nu -ctod by the sad oc
VITRIFIED BRICK CHOSEN.
Paving Committee of Select Council
Recommend That It Ba Used 4
on Franklin Avonue.
At last night's meeting of the paving
committee of select council the quet.
tiau or paving irauiilui avenue with
vitrified brick or asphalt was consid
ered and u decision made to recoin-
m ini to council tonight thut vitiifiod
brick be uaed.
It appeared that n number of property
owners on the block between Mulberry
and me streets are opposed to any
kind of pave, but the petition which
will be read at tonight's meeting will
o intain enough names of property
owners between Spruce und Mulberry
streets to make a majjrity covering
the distance to Vimt street. An
amended ordinance will be presented
with the pennon specifying that trick
is to be laid on u concrete Ihs, tbe
whole to eost not more than 3 4 i per
square yard and to be assessed block by
The block by blosk assessment will
reduce th- cost of paving between
Spruce and Mulberry streets from the
fact that the Scranton Traction com
pany is liable for the expense of par
ing between its tracks and a narrow
strip outside each rail. It was on this
point that much of the opposition to
tho improvement rested, the Malbarry
Vine street owners contending that the
properly owners below them bhould
be ussessed for the increased cost of
paving where uo car tracks are laid.
Ji lffi'sou Rosier, representing fie
property owners, attended the meeting
and will today circnluU the ameuded
petition, which with the ordinance
will b referred to committee from
council tonight aud immediately re
ported favorably. The otdiuatice will
then be ordered printed aud put upon
CURTIS h5t9 utica.
Taken to That Place bv Doteotive
Charles F. Cleveland.
Jossph K. Curtis, the young man who
was arrestOd lust Friday for endeavor
ing to sell a stolen bicycle to Alexander
Dunn, jr , tho halter, was yesterday
taken t Uiici, N. Y., to Btuud trial for
Tho requisition papers signed by
Governor i'attison wero brought to this
city yesterday hy Detective Charles F.
Cleveland, of Uiica, and after Curtis
had been photngraphiJ for th benefit
of Chief of Police Simpson, Curtis was
taken before Judge E 1 wards. The law
rt quires that before a person can be
taken from this state ou requisition
psoers be must first be brought before
a judge whose duty it is to inform tho
priKOuer that if he denies being tbo per
son named in the requisition papers he
bus the right of nn application for a
writ of habeas corpus, at which those
holding the requisition . papers are
called upou to prove theideutity of the
Curtis waived this formality. The
papers were endorsed by Judge E 1
wards and Curtis, in company with the
officer, departed for Utlca.
The wheel Curtis is charged with
having purloined was shipped to Utica
yestorday afternoon. '
Cenmony Performed In the Green Ridge
Whnt wus probably the most prom
inent Green Ridge social event of the
senson was the marriage yestefdsy
morning of Mi-is Harriet A. Harvey,
(laughter of Mr. und Mrs. Johu Har
vey, of 7-11 Adams uv?nuj, to K"V. W.
J. Ford at the Greou Kidge Baptist
church, of which the groom is pastor.
The cT'-mony was performed by Uev.
S. T. Ford, of Syracuse, an uncle of
tl.e ;;:' mi
Ar. 10 !5) o'clock tho bridal couple
ciitei-.d too church together and unat
tended, and preceded by the maid of
honor, Miss Jecsio C. Torray, of this
city, and the best man, Frank Ford, of
Camden, 'N. Y., a t rot her of the groom.
The bride wore a brown tailor -made
traveling snit, and Miss Torre y was at
tired ina light blue cloth gown; each
carried a boquot of jvllow roses.
Tho ushers were Johu II. and Har
vey Blackwood, William A. Harvey
and H. T. Wightnun.
The churcli was tatefully trimmed
with fovuo, palms and potted plants.
The ceremony was performed beneath
a yoke of carnations.
After a reception and breakfast at
the home of the bride's parents on
AdutiiB avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Ford de.
partod on the 1.311 Delaware, Luck i
wanna and Western train for Cumdon,
N. Y., wherj thoy will visit Mr. Ford's
futher for ft month.
GCING TO ST. PAUL CONVENTION.
Delegates from the Foranton Union
Leave for That Pines Tonight.
Tonight the delegates from the
Scranton uuion will leave for St. Paul,
Minn., to attend the annual conven
tion of the Catholic Total Abstluence
union of America, wbioh will meet in
that city on Wednesday nextj, Tho
delegates nre C. Q. Boland, of this
city; M. T. Bnrke, of Carbondale, and
P. Ilanlon, of Frneland.
James F. Judge, editor of the Iudox.
and a number of other men prominent
in Jj'atner JMntuow circles, will attend
the convention ns delegates from local
societies. In Wilkes-Bsrre a tourist
club wus organized some time ago, the
members of which will uttand the con
veniou. Dil C. C Laudaoii, dentist, Gas anil
Water company building, Wyomiug ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight yours in
S'.ory of How Ilicmis R. Callary, of Nmll
coke, Went Fishing One Fine Day.
DEATH CF PROMINENT YOUNG MAN
Frank O'Rourke, of Maple Street,
Died Yesterday Funeral Tomorrow
Morning Excursion of James
Connell Lodge Of Odd Fellows to
Lake Ariel Today Personals and
Shorter Paragraphs of Interest.
The South Side can safely boast of
numbering among its population a
larger percentage of expert fishermen
than any other section of the city, aud
anything in the piscatorial lino never
fails to interest them. Thomas 11.
Callary. of Nanticoke, a brother of It.
J, Callarv, of the Twentieth ward, is
too well known and has so many rela
tives and friouds acrOBS the Roaring
brook, to necessitate any particulars
concerning ti is angling udeptness. Tho
following clipping from the Nanticoke
News of yesterday will, no doubt, be
rmid with interest by his many friends
on the South Si le:
Yesterday T. It. Callary, of this city,
with his wife aud son, drove over to Lily
lake to enjoy a few hours at that pleasant
resort; Leaving Mrs. Callsry and the
baby to enjoy the hospitality of Mrs. C. It.
KtnulTer Mr.' Callary accepted tho invita
tion of it. C. Bitchier to take a lishiug
trip ou the ialte.
Now Tom was nover much of a fisher
man, at least not since ho was married,
and when hopuilod out a 20-inch pike it
made liitchler quite jealous. Immediately
the lutter wanted to change thoir location
as he hadn't caught anything.
Tom consented and began to pull up the
anchor. Now whether it was tho way be
pulled up tbe loaded shoe or the excite
ment caused by his great catch is not
knoWp, but in some way Mr. Callary lost
his balance and in a remarkably short
timo was splashing in the water.
Ho couldn't swim and the water wiib
about twenty feot deep, but before be
could go down tho second time Hitchler
had him in the boat. The excitement ou
the shore was quito intense ns liitchler
held up his eaten, which, without any ex
ception, is the biggost aud most important
of the season.
000 FELLOWS' EXCURSION.
James Connell Lodge Will Go to Lake
James Connell I" Ige, Nj. 170, Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows, held a
business meotirrg last night and also
completed all final arrangements for
the excursion of the lodge to Lake
At the meeting which preceded the
delibcratians on the excursion, three
candidates were installed in the ini
tiatory degree and one was conferred
with second degroo.
The excursion comtaittoe reported
that suffljieut cars will be at their dis
posal for the accommodation of any
size 1 crowd.
Tho first train will leave a few
minutes after 8 o'clock and tickets
will be good on regular trains during
tbs day. Refreshments of all kinds
will be served, and a pleasant time is
promised ail who attend.
DEATH Of FRANK O'ROURKE.
He Passes Away Yseterday After a
Frank O'Rourke. one of the most re
spected und well known youug tuon of
the South Side, died yestorday at the
uuiiie or dis mother on Maple street.
He hud been sick for three years with
pulmonary trouble and before he was
forced to -confine himself to his home,
he was a leading figure in the circles
wjiere nn aggres.ive and enterprising
young man can always be louad.
The funeral will take place tomor
row with a high mass of nquieui ut
St. John's church at 0 30. Interment
in Hyde Park cemetery.
SOUTH SIDi JOTTINGS.
Michael Weltor and family, of Cednr
avenue, are visiting in Avoca.
John Blatter and family, of Maple street,
left yesterday for Lake Underwood.
The Knights of Pythias, Comet lodge,
No. 4111, wUl meet tomorrow night at
Jlisses i-arah and Bridget Flahertv. of
Cherry streot, daughters of Polico Officer
Flaherty, are quite ill.
Misses Julia and Susie Eyeenoach, of
Bethlehem, aro visiting the family of
Druggist L. D. Powors.
Mis. Daniel Christmau, .of Summit Hill,
Carbon county, is viniting the family of A.
Weiuscheuk, of Cedur aveliue.
Rose, the 5-montlis-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Caffroy, of R27 Hickory
stroet, died yesterday aftDrnoon. The
I liner ol will bo held this afternoon at t
o'clock. Interment in Hyde Tark Catholic
Mrs. Mathlas Bugino, of Prospect avo
nue, BwalloWed a hone in some soup she
whs drinking yestorday and was almost
choked to 'death with it. Dr. Wi lsh was
called and found tho bono lodged iu the
larynx. Ho removed it and the woman
was immediately relieved.
Tho nmrriace of Patrick Breen nud Miss
Eli.sbelh Foley,.both of Stone avenue,
was performed at St. John's church yester
day afternoon by Rev. T. P. W'sIhIi. In
the eveuing a reception was held ut tho
home of the bride's parents and attended
by tho frionds of the young couplo.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
fTIm North End omVo of tho RcnANTON
Tltllil'NK is located at tlio Lewis Drugstore
and .lehu's Sture, Wayne avenue, wlioro sub
Berptionfl. advortiseni'iits nud cnuuuunlcation
will rooi'lve prompt attention. 1
Miss Clara Davis will spend her vacation
MiKs S. R. Edwards will spend a week's
vacatiou at Wilkes-U'arre,
Miss M. Thornton and Miss (irmly are
spending their vacation at Putstou.
Miss Annie Knnfiis, of Market Btreet,
spending her vacation at Lake Winola.
Misses Mnlvio, of New Vork, are visit
ing their parents at West Markot street.
The medical men of tho North Knd are
kept busy with an epidemic of dysentery.
Miss Eluie McDbuuld aud Miss Margaret
Vifond loft yesterduy for two weeks' visit
to Lake Wiuolu.
Thomas B. Evans, of tbe Lnwis drng
store, leaves today to speud his vacation
at Lake Winola.
i Division No. 6, Ancient Order of Hibor
nians, have arranged for an excursion to
Lako Ariel ou Aug. 8.
Miss Lorietta Williams, of Wayne ave
nue, is visitiug her sister, Mrs. a B.
ltobinson, at Luke Winola.
' L. N. Roberts and family have returned
from Bradford county. Mr. Roberts is
improved in health and will be at his of
T. IV Hoban, late of New York School
of Phnrmaoy, Will shortly enter tbe Col
lege of Physicians, Bnltimore, to complete
The Excelsior Hose boys are very bnsy
drilling for tho annual panule at Biug
bamton, where thoy will be the guests of
the Independent Hose eoiUpauy.
I Miss Sarah Ann Price, of William street,
was iparried last evening to Edward Roes,
of Wayne avenue. The Rev. teter Roberts
officiated, tbe ceremony taking place at
the bride's home,
Robert Edwards and Thomas Lewis
helped themselves to the buggy of A. De-
Pusth and bied awny on a fishing exenr
sion. A search warrant bas been issued
by Alderman liorau for the property.
W. H. McGreevy Iiob received a lettor
from Timothy Harrington, M. P., who
luHos n gioomy view oi tue passing or tne
home rule bill aud hones that Irishmen
on this side of the herring pond will sup
port tne rar n el lite party, as lie uvers that
the policy adopted by Jua'iu McCarthy
and his purty has already borne evil fruit
and will tend to seriously retard the pro
gress of the home rule measure.
Johu Cox, of Brick avenue, was arrested
last eveumg upon u charge of iking a re
volver. Cox informed a Tmuune reporter
thut a boarder of bis cams into the room
and being drunk, threatened him with
personal violence, and as he had been in
formed that tho proper way to call tho
police was by firing a revolver thivo
times, he proceeds 1 to do so. The man
had evidently bjou hoaxed nud found
himself locked up as the result of a practi
Ecranton's Bualness Interests.
Tilli Tiuiil'nu will soon publish a cure
fully compiled and clnssilijd Mst of tho
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of hcranton
aud vicinity. Tho edition will bo bound
In book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
lugS( business blocks, streets, etc., together
Willi portraits of loading citizens No
timilar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation in acrnuion s many mm
tries. It will be au invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Kent to
persous outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be nu unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation Is on u plan that cannot fall of irnod
results to those concerned as well as tho city
af large. Representatives of TiibThihunic
will call upon tiiosk whohu namks
are pkhiiucd in this edition uud explain
its nature more iiiiiy.
Those desiring views of their rvBldeuces
in tnis edition will please have notice at
Buy the Wbr
and get tho best. At Guernsey Bros.
WlLLIAMS-BURTOX-Jnly 2, l?0l by
U'.-v. William Cj. .viol gan, at Disown res
idence iu this city, .lob Williams, of
Peckville, aud Airs. Elizabeth Burton,
nOBBS-In Scranton, July 2t, lfifll, Rota
K, youngest daughter of Josopn L. and
Ellen liobbs, n;.'ed !) yeats and l day.
Funeral frrm the house, rear of l(l"
Fifth aveliue, Thursday uftornnnn Bt 3
o'clock. Interment at Forest Hill cemo
McNALLY In Mooslc July 25, Mrs. Ellen
IilciNally, aged 57 years. I bo funeral
will take nluco Friday morning at U.ao
o'clock. lutemeut in St. Mary's Catho
ROARKE Iu Scrnntnn, July So, Frank M.
Koarke, at tho residence of bis mother,
Sll Maple street. , Funeral announce
HAVE iust 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 coni
Weiciisl & Millar
n6 Wyoming Ave.
The Sick to Receivo Meclica'
Services FREE OF
1'IltfiT MONTH'S SHUVICHS Fit El
FOIt AMi DISKASKS AND AM
FAT IE. NTS.
Tho ereaf. English Staff of I'hvsiclans. The
MOST l!KTiNu!'Mtr:i.t KI'UCIALIS I S
ON Till; CONTINENT Tlio President and
Chief Daigiinsii.'Kii can le found daily in
tne parlor at tlio
CONWAY HO US .
1 32 and i:il PHNX AVEXUB. They enmo
rj'comin inoeo ny rnyaity mm tne m-s phv-a
elans of Enrone Tnoy treat all DiM-axc.
Huptures oureil In-a now process. A P S
'I IVIO cure guaranteed iu all BliXUAL DIS
LAfahS anil W oakiic.ssjs of.
by our now treatment ration: n treated by
vurre.siiomiuuce ami meaitaii'is wn n lull ill.
rei-tioiis sent by express, lint when rossl
lilo, a pel Miami ci iimi tation is prefened. All
consultations are held in strict privacy.
N . U Tliese ISpecialista can euro all recent
s WKLLasitllloni; -landing clii-imic,ilil!lcult
ana on-curo ensos mat uavo heon luKlectoit
or unskillfully treated t ails ni.ul' liv an-
pointmont and pa tinntn treated at th Ir homes
wnen uesireu. Honrs, v to 4 auu i to s M
For Ten Days
only to introduce
our NEW brand of
H00 PES BARREL
$1.00 PER SACK
427 LACKAWANNA AV.
You leed Them
And a visit to Martin & Delany's will be
wilder yod at. their immense stock of thin
goods. Just the stuff
Our novelty in
Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and
Black Serge Coat.
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
Ii Doz. Lace Oeps
To be closed
CAPS, worth from S9c. to
ba closed out at
At less than HALF VALUE and ether
goods in proportion.
It's a Great Shock
fliA fnllra xphn nrft eliilmlni? thnv nndorscll
111 ntlu'19 t') find that without the least fuss
or blu-ter o are irivintt custom rs tno Oou
eht ol siii'll opportuaitius as tuese.
A Mr.ellv IIIcli Orart" I.tuht-welgh
VMm. l, 161)4 pattorii, f. rSHO cash.
1803 palti-rn, SI SO Wheel, fur i75.
1KU4 pattern, S.100 Wheel, for -8fl !ftl!.
rhesopricos make the business atourstora
Y. M. C. A. BUILDIXGr.
Et is Correct!!
AND JUST THE
THING FOR THIS
IJaloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed tlioir office to their
141, .143,145,147, 149, 15)
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 80S3L
,1 J.Jl JI
t st rrewnt the Moat PopnUr and rrcfarreil tv
Wsreraoms : Opposite Columbus Msnumcnt,
1 -03 Washington Av.Soranton.Pa.
s i-'it l.S) L I
to keep you cool.
summer goods is a
The proper thing for
out at LESS than
$1. 25, will
By DR. DR. SIIIMBERGr,
The Specialist on tho Eye. Headaches and Ncr-vousnei-s
relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Eyeglasses and Spectacles at the Lowest Prices.
Best Artificial Kyes ins.;rtai for 3.
303 SFKt'CE ST., Opp. Old Post 03139.
II. A. KULBERT'3
City Musio Store,
DKCKF.Il BKOTH3EJ T
H.KAMCH & KAV& tfXSlM
HIULirZ it UAUKIt
AIm a larg stock at flnt-elaK
kiUbto, Eia. uta
Another Advocate of
t)KS. n EN WOOD & WAr.DEI.T.:
Gi:NTI,i:Ii:?i-It nDunli me Rrenj
pleasure to state that your new prooesi
of extract In ir teeth win Rrninl miicrnn is
my ease, and I lienrlily reeommond It tt
all. I sincerely hope tlmt othon will
test Its uieri'ts.
Yours respect fully.
CAVT. ti. li. r.UVANl',' Scranton, Pi
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and ofter Slav 21 make a crent rednm
tlon In the prices of plates. All work gutiS
anteed first-class in every particular,
A. V. JUKISCII
435 SPRUCE STREE)
BICYCLKS AND SFOItTINO
Victor, Qendrnn, Ki-llpso, LovolL Diamoui
and Other Wliuola.
ROOFtlnnlnsr sncl solrlorlni? all done away
with by the nso o( HAUTMAN'3 I A T
ENT PAINT, which consists of liiBredl ntt
well-known toalL It ran bo applied to tini
galvanized tin, sheet Iron roofs, also to brick
wellinKS, which will prevent absolutely an
crumbling, cracking or broakinu of tin
brick. It will ouUnst tlmilnit ot any kind bj
many yeHfs,and it'B cost duos not excoed cno
fifth thatof ihncost ot tlnaing. Is Bold b
tho job or pound. Onutraots tiiunn by
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