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THE SCTiAWTON !TOIJTOiTE- WEDNESDAY MORTQBTCr. AUGUST 1. 1S1M.
STELLE & SEELEY,
134 WYOMING AVE.
FINEST LINE IN THE CITY
POR TUB PKICE.
(ECOND II AND
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mil Co
lEWaHB OF COUNTERFEITS I
THE 6ENUINE POPUUR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G.. B. S Co,
fmnrlnfH nn Earth C'quf.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a.
(Mill l liOtsli SUliAiitt.
Dr. H. B. WARE
FHACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
40S Spruce Street.
Office Honrs: j?1,1-80-(
2 TO 5.
Miss Ethel Riuker is visiting friends in
HuRh Kennedy, of Scranton, spent Sun
day in Pittston.
Bprt Bingham, of Danraore, visited
West Pittstuu friends Sunday.
Miss Adolia Ponwarden is visiting
friends in H'aymart and Carbondale.
R. Ernest Comegys, the real estate
dealer, has gone to the sea shore for ten
Mioses Nellie Charles and Susie Backus,
of Scranton, called on Pittston friends
Miss Lihbie Phillips, daughter of Peter
Phillip?, of Maple street, has typhoid
Misses Laura and Mary Scott, of Scran
ton, Pa, are visiting relatives at the Falls,
Wyoming county, Pa.
Sliss Emily Evans was the enest of her
friend, Miss Minnie Ash, on Exeter street,
West Pittston, Sunday.
Miss Annie Enrley, of Railroad street,
Pittston, spem Sunday in Scranton, the
guest of Miss Katherine Haggerto.
Detective Michael Moran, of Carbondale,
and Deputy Sheriff George Griswold
spent Monday fishing at Crystal Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rapployed nr.d
daughter, of Geneva, N. Y., are visit, ng
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evans, of Tavlor
John Vanston and wife, of feonth Hyde
Pnrk avenue, and Miss Katie Cosgrove, of
North Main avenue, are visiting frieads
Miss Roe Gorman, of Scranton,' who
spent tho past week with Mame Brosna
hun, of U'oad street, Pittston, returned
Charles Delabore and daughter Matne,
of CatasntHjun. and Mr. nud Mrs. Echvin
Weudliii, i.f West Pittston, visitod scran
ton friends Alonday.
Will Stauton and George Winans, of
Ecranton, accompanied by Claude trtanffor,
of Hazleton, wero calling on West Pitts
ton friends Inst Saturday.
Morgan Daniels, of Scranton, and cousin.
Miss Gwennie Williams, of Peckville,
spent Sunday with the family of William
Howell, in Oregon, noar Pittston,
Mrs. Eliza A. Scull, of Ash street, was
laid up Beveral weeks with neuralgia and
erysipelas and went to Honesdalo to bene
fit her health. Sho became worse, how
ever, nnd has rotumod to this city again
for treatment by hor physician.
; a Monday's Carbrudalo Leader:
"i J Anna . artin, of Powderly street,
Iting friends in Providence and Dun
moiti Sliss Lizzio Swartz and
Agnes Gilmnrtin spent Hundny in Scran
ton. -Miss Jane Hurlbutt, of Meri
dian, Miss., aud Mlssllolon Hurlbutt, of
Scranton. were guests over the Sabbath at
the home of Dr. C. Fowler. Uig
Mary Gerrity spentyesterdav with friends
in Scranton. Mrs. Lavinia Reynolds,
of Scranton, is visiting her brother, Wtl
liam A. Taylor, of Canaan street.'
Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Benedict, of Scranton
were guests of Eugene Bouedict and
daughter, Carrie, of Wyoming street,
Saturday. M. B. Madigan, of Salem
avenue, is spenaiug touay in scranton."
Building- Material fcr Sale.
Inquire at Conrad Schroeder's office,
Bncklen' Arnloi Salva.
The best salve In the world for Cats
Braises, Sores, Ulcers,' Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hauds, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. U
it guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or- money refunded. Price XS cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
$40,000 School House No. 27,
. L. Walter, architect, bids to be opened
his month. to be built on Columbia avenue,
ye for sale on this avenue at low prices
den brief period.
men Arthdb Fbothinohah.
A Fob io Dyspepsia
Fine Program Randcred at Summer Avenue
IT WAS FOLLOWED BY A SOCIAL.
Those Who Participated In the Entertainment-Manager
Davis, of the
Haydn Evans Company, Leaves for
New York to Sail for England
Salvation Army to Camp at Lily
Lake Other Notes.
Lnrse nnmbers of people flocked last
oveuiiiK to the Sumner Avenue Presby
terian c mi roll whore n most uniijus uf
fair in the shape of an entertainment
nud fan social wan conducted. The nf
l.iir was iu charge of the classes of
Rev. U. G. Jones and Mrs. Gregory,
and was a ducidej success
D.ztlael Davies was chairman of
the evening. The affair opened with a
.selection by the ladies' choir under the
direction of Mrs. G. Powell nud
showed that thereat energy that Mm.
Powell has displayed iu this work has
been well rewarded. Mist Jlattii
liny tics, h winsome little Miss, gave nil
excellent recitation which received
hearty applause. Mrs. Powell gave o
sulo und a recitation bv Alien Reynolds
was vociferously applauded. A solo
was reudered by MiseAtinle Jones and
Miss Jeume II uy Ilea gave a splendid
Miss Mitchell, a charming young
lady, made her debut laat evening iu a
splendid solo. She possesses a tine con
tralto voice and sings with ease and
effect. Miaa Margaret Jones theu saug,
which closed the eiitortaiument.
A social followed, dnring which cake
and cream were served. At the close
of the entertainment V. A, Prico
made un excellent address to Uezulael
Davies, who leaves for Euglaud today,
iu which he spoke in bhalf of the con
gregation, wishing Mr. D.ivies a safe
journey and success iu his efforts for
tue Haydn Evaus company.
LEAVE FOR WALES.
Bezaleal Davloa Qja to Europj to Ar
range for Concirts.
At 1.40 o'clock this morning Bezaloel
Davies, of Washburn street, left on a
Delaware, L ckawanna and Western
train for New York city. lie will take
passage on the steamship Chester for
Southampton, where he goes in the
interest of the Ilaydu Evans Catubro
American Concert eompany.
Mr. D ivies is manager und advance
agent for the company and it will be
his duty to secure balls in . which to
hold the concerts when the party gos
over on Aug. 22. The company expects
to give from thirty to forty concerts
during their visit to England and
Wules, beginning at Snitliiiinpt n.
Mr. Davies will stay there throughout
The company is organized with the
following members: Soprano, Miss
h.idie Kaiser, of WilKes-Birre: eon
tralto, Miss Freeman, of Huntington;
tenor, James Anwyl, of Parsons; basso,
Joseph Burns; violinist, Mies Julia
Allen, daughter of Dr. W, E. Allen;
uccompauist, Professor Haydn Lvaus
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
The West Side olllco of the Son Anton
Tin. itNEis located at 113 North Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertisements and
cuininuuicatiuua will receivj prompt atten
Percy Watres has retnrned from Lake
Mlsa Florence Tagne, of Luzerne, is vis
itlng friends on this side.
Evan Williams has retired from the
firm of D.tvies & illiams.
Mrs. John McKoever and Delia Shaw
are visiting friends in Del:.i, N. Y.
M. G. Dimniick, of North Sumner ave
nue, has returned from Atlantic City.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George
scninamei riennig, 01 Avenue u, yestur
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Morgan, of North
Hvde Park avenue, is home from Lake
J. F. Randolph, of Hvde Park avenue.
left yesterday for Asbury Park to spend
Tho employes of the Archhald, Contin
ental and Ilydo Park mines will receive
their pay today.
Harry Davies, the popular young clerk
at Davies drug store, is enjoying nis vaca
tion at Owego, N. Y.
Miss Belle Findley, who has spent a
snort vacation with flliss Carrie Blumo,
has returned home to New Yorlt.
The Salvation Army will run nn exctir
sion to Lily Lake next Saturday. Alive
days' camp meeting will occur there, at
which many prominent movers iu the
cause will speak.
LETTERS FEOMTHE PEOPLE.
Under tills hendinu short letters of Intorost
will lio published when accompanied, fur pub
lication, liy tho writer's iinmo. TilisTlilliuNB
will not bo hold responsible tor opinions hero
DAVIO JONES' DENIAL.
Editor of Tug Tiihii'ne:
Dear Sir: Iu the Issue of yonr paper
of iridny, July 37, 1BU1, the following
article appeared :
David Jones, tho "sprinter." hailina
from the North End, was arrested last
evening by Officer Sartor on Jackson
street. n,arly In tue evening Jones entered
the store of Mrs. Johnson on Jucksou
street where he produced n S10 Confeder
ate bill. He procured from Mrs. Johnson
$1,25 giving her the hill which she sent out
to got changed. The buaror of the note
soon returned stating that the money
coum not oo cnatigou, asm was a ion Toiler
bill. Mrs. Johnson then demanded her
fl.KS from 'Jono, who refused to give it
back". Jones touK the lull and placed it in
his hnt. Officer Sartor was summoned,
and ho was taken to the station house. Ho
there concluded to return the money aud
was released trom custody.
The above article is false and untrue
in ever7 particnlar so far as I am con
cerned. I never was arrostid last
Thursday evening by OHbor Sirtor on
Jackson street, nor by auy other officer.
I do not know where Mrs. Johnson's
store is, nor did I ever attempt to pass
on beror any one else anv counterfeit
or confederate rno:iey. I whs at my
work in the mines at the time of the
oceurrence and know nothing what
ever about It. Some one bits imposed
upon your reporter by giving my name,
as I am the only "David Jones, the
sprinter, hailing from the North End."
Knowing your desire to do that only
which is right, I send yoa this correc
tion oi the infamous lie.
CAMP MEETING AT LAUREL HILL.
Exerolseg That Will Bo Conduoted There
There Will b nn n1,1 fnoMnnol
ored camn tnHtinfr t..n.,,i ir;n n
on bonday, Aug. 5, which wilt be con
.uUu uy 1VJT, w, a, jj'itcb, or Mont
T.he.r9.wlu be ond of jubilee si
... uj coiorea man who was
iwenty-nve years a Blave. As a plan
..wm uui uo uu no peer.
.y..Waui aay will be at
follows: Class mention, 12.35 p. m ;
preaching by Rev. Fitch Rt 2 i)0 p. vm.,
theme, "Tho TUree Ways; Bacrod. oiit(
service at 4 p. 111. by the jubilee dinn
ers: preaching at 7. ISO p. ra., theme,
Tue City liath No Weed or the bun.'1
After the Bermoti there wil b? a special
programme of plantation melodies dis
coursed by the singers. A special invi
tation is rxtoiidoa to nil to attend such
MORROW GIVcN A HEARING.
In Default Of Cull Ha Was Sent BaoU to
Frank Morrow, who shot and seri
ously wonndod Constable Diughor, nt
Archbuld several weeks ago, and thou
fled to New York, was given a
hearing before Justice of the Peace
Muiiley yeaterdny,bning taken to Arch
bald for that purpose by Warden Mi
chael Grimes, of the county jail.
Charges of felonious wounding nnd
attempting to kill were preferred
against Morrow, utid iu default of bail
ho was seut buck to the county j ill.
ITho North End ollleo of tho KciiAHTOR
Tlillll'M: is located at tho Lewis Diuu 8loro
ami Jehu's Mure, Wayne avenue, where sub
sit ptioiis. ndvoi'tixomt'iit'i and coiuuiuuicatiou
win receive ui'oiiii'i uiienuou.i
DARK SPOT IN THIRD WARD.
A Hoi i in the Wall That la aDiicrace
to This Part of the City.
Tho North End is tho forward sec
tion of the city iu moral nud religious
work, and it is, therefore, not to be
wondered that dufiuito rumors are
heard ami the iifsisiiiuce of tli'i press
sought .with regard to the unlicensed
drinking shops. Fortunately but a
few of the "holes in the wall are or
tho type sometimes heard of, but one
case iu particular, situated in the
Third ward, calls for special mention.
The oxisteuceof this vilo spot is well
known throughout this Section, and
recently the scalding of one of the
men connected with this degraded es
tablishment further advertised its mis
Ministers of the gospel unite in con
demning these dark spots of this fair
seotion, but something more than
mere condemning is required. Moro
drunkenness occurs in this p .rticular
place than in twenty licensed saloons,
and to an ordinary person admission is
a matter of ease. The tumult plainly
indicates its position and tho business
carried on as well as the class of peo
ple who frequent the rooms. It is a
matter of local notoriety that single
and married people mix freely to
gether, and scenes whicu are not fit for
public description and are a disgrace
to civilization frequently take place.
Iu reply to a Iuiuunk reportors ques
tion, one of the ward constubles re
marked that the difficulty he contended
with was to secure evidence sulllcient to
establish a direct sale so as to convict
J. here can, However, be no equivoca
tion with regard to the case referred
to. It is a standing disgrace to this
section of the city and a center of
temptation which should ba ruthlessly
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Edward Murphy of Cayuga streot, is
visiting friends in Brooklyn, N. 1.
The Citizens' band, of Providence, will
hold n picuic at Frear's grove on Tuesday.
The Green Ridge Presbyterian church
Sunday school will run an excursion to
Lake Ariel on .Monday next.
Walter Tripp has writen to Mrs. Ira
Tripp stating that he has arrived safely
at sail Diego, .cm., despite tue cren; aim-
cultles encountered owing to the railway
Tho Methodist Episcopal church and En'
worth league mooting on Friday will bo of
unusual interest. Alter tue routine busi
ness is disposed of an excellent programme
of literary nnd musical selections will bo
rendered. It wi'l include an informal ad
dress by Rev. Lloyd Fuller upon different
topics relating to religious and social dues'
tii'D8 of Florida. A cordial invilHtiou is
extended to all. Messrs. Linney, Kommer-
ling. nnd Misses Dawson, Davies aim other
members ot the league will take pare.
A meeting of tho miners omployod nt tho
Marvine shalt was held ou Monday to
consider a grievance arising lrom an nl
lei;ed unequal distribution of cars. After
some discussion adeputation wasappointed
to wait upon Mr. Vandling, the Delaware
and Hudson superintendent. The deputa
tion discussed tho matter with tho super
intendimt, who received them very cor
dially and promised to investigate the
matter and acquaiut tnom with his de
cision. On last Saturday evening n surnriso par
ty was given Miss Suie Evans nt hor
home on rutnam htreet. Mis Lizxie
Thomas and Professor W. Edwards reu
dered some vory fine selections, nnd Miss
Anna Reose presided nt the oraan. Those
present were Mi-ses Charlotte ('. end Mar-
caret Larnadine, .Margaret Williams. Liz
zie Thomas', Amiio Reese, Anna Jouos, of
Wilk'-s-IJarre; K. Do Isou, or 1'lymoiith,
and Ih. land Evans, Profossor W. Edwards,
C. Horn and J. Culberson, of Stroudsbnrg;
1'eter Loughran. or r reeland: r. J. hwin
Kle, of Peckville: George W. Kunkle, of
Moorestown; i nomas and I reddle Jones.
ABOUT WELL KNOWN PERSONS.
Ex-Judge II. A. Knnpp and family are
rusticating at liar Harbor, Mo., whore
they will remain Tor two weeks.
Editor W. J. Srhubmobl nnd wife, of
Olyphant, are enjoying a ten days' tour
among cities ot central flew roi k.
Rev. L. C. Fioyd, tho energetic pastor
or the Simpson Methodist episcopal
church, of tho West Side, is recovering
Iroin ins recent serions illness.
John F. Willinnip, ono ot the obliging
clerks in tne county commissioner's ofnee.
is seriously III nt his home on the West
Side, rears ere entertained that typhoid
rover mny ueveiop.
Attorney E. N. Willnrd will leavo this
morning for New lerk, whero ho will
meet Major nnd Mra. Everett Warren.
who nro expected to arrive in Now York
today from Etiropn on tho Spree. The
party will return to this rity tonight.
Deputy Sheriff Frank Ryan has become
nn enthusiastic farmer since he took up
his residenco ou uis larin nc Mocow. DO'
siilo taking a great iuterost ill the most
npproved methods or Minus: thd soil. Mr.
Rvan is Indulging his pouchaut for all
kinds of fancy breeds or live stock.
Among the visitors to the city yesterday
was H. 11. Diddlohoek, secretary of the
State league, anil sporting editor of the
riilladidptua Inquirer. He was disposed
to think thnt Scranton had dune a very
wise thing iu concluding to stay iu the
State league, and declared that if it
jumped into the Eastern organization tho
latter would be visited with all manner of
dire punishment. Mr. Diddlebock is an
an eueruetic gentleman, but does n
Rtiind very high in the esteem of the local
ball men, who unreservedly declare that
his strong point is his ability to blult.
Liwa Resort, Kef i lgeratori, lea Cream
1 have now on hand and will sell at cost
10 Lawn Razors,
15 Ice Cream Freezers.
Come aud got one before they are all
gone. 'iiioB. J). IjKonahd,
' 505 Lackawanna ave.
SIuslo Boxes xoluaivt.ly.
Eest made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Uautscm es sons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut street, FhilnUelpuia. won
derful orcbestrial orgaus, ouly 15 and $10.
Specialty! Old musio boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
IflTES 0F1TH IE
George Rosen Was Correctly Repjrtei in Yes-
JOSEPH OSWALD'S RETURN H3HE
A Reception Was Held at His House
Last Night at Which Many Friends
Were Present Michael Golden Sun
struck The High Fall of Michael
Merrick from a Window Short
Notes and Paragraphs.
To set tho matter right before the
public as long as tho South Side corres
pondent of the Truth troubled himself
yesterday afternoon to deny what The
TuiuiiNB had to say about tho off air
between John Rosen and his son
George, the following true statement
A ililHCNti reporter heard on Monday
afternoon that George Rosen, of the
South Side, employed by his father to
ruu the hotel on Cedar avenue, had
absconded early in the day with $400
nnd called at Mr. Rosen's hotel to in
vestigate the report. George Rosen
was behind the bar and in auswor to
the reporter's questions suid:
"ion know lathers mind is getting
weak and he thought that I had run off
with about 100. and at the same time
I was asluep iu bed." Then young Mr.
Hoson went on to tell what his father
bud done to spread the report that he
had ruu off with some money. He said
that it was nothing more than a vagary
of his father's, and that he had furni
ture worth more than the sum bo was
charged with taking.
1 he reporter then asked yonng Mr.
Roson how he wished to have the mat
ter reported in the newspapers. He
said, "You can report it just us I have
told it to you. And, taking htm at
his word, the acconnt of the matter
was givou in that way, the denial in
yesterduy'i Truth to the contrary.
JOSEPH OSWALDS RETURN HOME.
A R oeption Wat Held at His Risldanos
Joseph Oswald, the Pittston avenuo
tailor, who loft ou May 1 for bis pa
rent's home in Munich, Germany, ou a
vacation of three months, arrived
home yesterday nftoruoon and luet
night bis frieuds assembled at his borne
to give him a return greeting.
Mr. Oswald looks healthier and more
active than upon bis departure. A
most pleasant time was spent at his
bouse lust night. The Mozart band
serenaded him at 9 o'clock, after which
refreshments were served. The names
of those who wero present last night
are: Mr. and Mra. Oscar Gram bo,
George Oiwald, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Diecuort, Mr. and airs. Ambrose
Herz, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wer
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gaurd,
Mr. and Mra. Anthony Hafner, Mr.
nud Mrs. Antony Boschek, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Snyder, Mr. aud Mrs,
George Graehanimor, Carl Sherer,
Arthur Hewitt, Miss Murv Feilhauer,
Philip Fiacb, Stephen Basco, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jobn r ricbtel, Maggie I'riclml,
Mary Frichtel, Dr. A. j. Kolb and
THE CAR WAS TOO SPEED.
A Later Aquaintance Froved That the
Pavement Was Too Hard.
Philip Koch, the cigar maker, of 538
Willow etreet, was thrown heavily to
the street yesterduy at noon in getting
off a South Sido car on Cedar avenue
near Alder street.
Mr. Koch stepped off the ear while
it was going at a high rate of speed
and was- thrown heavily forward, his
fuce striking the Belgian block pave
nient and resulting in braising it
Dr. Kolb attended Mr, Koch and
found him badly bruised internally. It
will be n month before be will be able
to attend to bnsinsss.
FELL TWENTY FEET.
A Six-Yoar-Old Boy Fall That Distance
from a Window.
Michael Merrick, the 6-year-old son
of Mrs. Merrick, of Palm street, fell
from the upstairs window of the house
yesterday, a distance of twenty-feet ,to
the hard ground below and, strange to
say, was not killed, although the child
struck sn the top or bis nead.
There was a deep gash in the scalp.
bowover, which required six stitches to
sew up. Dr. Manly does not consider
the case ut all serious.
MICHAEL GOLDEN SUNSTRUCK.
Ha Collapitd from ths EtT ct of the Heat
Michael Golden, of Palm Btrent, was
another victim of the heatat the South
works yosterdav. He was employed in
the yard and a fw minutes before noon
was forced to give up work.
His death was looked for, but Dr,
Manley succeeded in bringing him
about, so that ho is now out of danger.
Dr. Manly stated last night that Got
deu would bo able to go to work in a
v SOUTH StOh JOTTINGS.
riov. Edwnrd Lar-g, visited yesterday in
Miss Annie Conuoll, of Birnoy avenuo,
leaves today Tor Atlantic uity.
Madolino Spruks, the bright child of
Mr. ami Mrs. L. S. Spruks, la 111.
Thomas Million, son of Patrick Mahon,
of Fig street, is 111 ui typnold rever.
Dr. J. J. Walsh returned lai-t night
from a visit to his parents in waymnrt.
Mrs. Cawley, need 85 years, mother of
John Cnwloy, of Brook street, is not ex
pected to livo longer tnnn n uay or two.
Barber Jelm Zinir, whoe fingers were
badlv out a few davs ago with a hatchet.
is able to attend to business as well as
Chnrlos Wachlewiehick and Leonard
Schamnn, of Cedar nvouiie, left yesterday
Tor i'tilladelphia to lesiue tueir perms
THINKS THEY WILL RECEDE.
Comment of ths Ecranioo Etc Did on the
In its issue of Siturday the Sorantnn
Record, commenting upon the recent
ruling of Mgr. Sstolli upou the llqnor
ones tion, said: "This course should
not he surprising to any one who has
the fniutest idea of the gigantic evils
which are perpetuated and fostered by
intemperance, nor will it appeur strange
to those who have oDserveti me atti
tude of tho church for ages on this
most important question. The liquor
trsffio has been aunsed and evils oth
erwise unnecessary have been fostered
as a consequence, and this is why the
otiurch has raised ner arm more strong
lv aitainst it veur after year.
"This decision of the apostoli dele
gate when put into operation will be
oensured and opposed, but that is only
uatural. We believe, however, that
the day is coming when Catholics, in
ntcordunoe with the wish of their
spiritual superiors and un ler the press-
ore of publie opinion, will gradually
recede from this particular means of
HONORARY MEMBERS' PRIZE.
It Has Been Placed on Exhibition In
The prize cup, known as the "Honor
ary Members' Prizj," ot the Scranton
Press clnb, won at last year a Lake
Ariel regatta by the senior four-gig
evew of the Pitasalo Boat club, Newark,
N. J., was returned to the citv yestor-
day aud is on exbibiiion in one of the
show windows of . banner Bros, cloth
ing store on Lackawanna avenue.
This cup will again be competed for
at the regatta to be held at Luke Ariel
ou Tuesday, Aug. 14, and is but oue of
the half doz-n handsome prizes to be
contested for cn that day.
Scranton' Business Interest.
TnE TmiiUNE will Boon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading Wholesale, oauaiug, manufactur
ing nnd professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
iu book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnblic build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation ot focrauton's many lndus
tiien. It will be an iuvaluablo exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copius of
tuis iinnusomo worn win iinracr,
now comers and be nn unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is ou a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned us well as tho city
at largo. Representatives of Tun Tuihunk
will call upon tiiohk wiiohk namks
are dkhirko in this edition aud explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their resideuce.s
In this edition will please It avo notice ut
Restful to tired toilers, bread made
from Pillsbury's Best.
NM ' 4-
SOLE AGENTS FOB
LIBBETS CUT GLASS
LARGEST LINE OF
Havilatid & Co.'s
China White and Decorated.
Chamber Sets, &,-.
WEIGHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
If a Tornado
It would cause little more
surprise to our citizens than
SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, remember there
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
Our line of Groceries is
complete and you can
rely on them being the
If you want a delicious,
high-flavored TSA, try
our New Crop JAPAN
for 50c; worth 75c.
4;7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
m it ProMiH lli Mot Popnlsr nd Preferred 1)J
Wiroraoms : Opposite Columbus Monument,
-r. r'-ifjMnron Av.Rflrsntn.Pr.
ROOFtlnnlnp; anrl soldering nil done away
withhy thfeusoof HAKTHAN'B PAT
ENT PAINT, which consist of iiiKredl nt
well-known to alL It ran be applied to tin,
galvanized tin, sheet Iron roofs, also to brick
wcllinun, which will prevent ftlmohitely any
crumbling, cracking or broukinir of the
brick. It will outlast timiing ot any kind by
many yeiirs.snd it's cost does not oxceoil one
fifth that of the cost of tinning. Is sold by
tue job or pound. Contracts tuknn by
ANTONIO HAUTMANN, 627 Biros Bl
B S H9 M
You Meed Tliein
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
Eartin & Delaxiy
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
illl I m ill
308 Lacka Ave.
I8 Doz. Lace Baps
To be closed
I half value.
g CAPS, worth from 39c. to
be closed out at
At less than HALF VALUE and other
goods in proportion.
It's a Great Shock
' Xj- r -!i V - I- T. iJ'.
to the folks who are eliilmlnu they undersell
11 others to fluil that without the losst fuss
or bluster we are uivinit custom- rs the boa
eQt of surh opportunities as tiieso.
A Slriotlv High tirado Mshl-welsht!
lVhpl, 1 if til pattern, ir SllO uasli.
1H03 pnttern, 1" Wheel, for 7.V
18U4 pnttern, 100 Wheel, lor 33 cmli
fheso pr.cos mako the busluuss at our store'
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
WILL BUY A
Maloney Oil and - Manufac
Have removed their oflico to their
141, 143,145,147, 149, 15)
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 80S
"BREVITY IS THE SOUL OF WIT." GOOD
WIFE, YOU NEED
out at LESS than S
$1. 25, will 1
By DR. DR. SHIMBSRG,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Ner.
voufiie-s relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Eyeglasses nnd bpectacloi ot the Lowest Prices.
Bes-t Artificial Eyes inserted for Jj.
305 Sl'Ill'CU ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
H. A. HULBERT'3
City Musio Store,
i.. w voanua av, bcbanto-4
DKCKKR Bit OT HUM m
KKAN1CH ib BACH VssbsA
H.ILU & UAUUlt
&le a ltrg (took of Sns-eUa
ML bid UU, txa
Another Advocate of
trs. UKNWOOD ft WAKOELLt
OKNTLEMKN It nffiird ma ureal
plniMitra to stnto that, your new Irocet
of rxtracllns tix-lh wna a f-raml Pncceas la
any oine, and I liiMirllly reomnmnnd it ta
all. I almiurt-ly hope thut other will
tost Ita mrrlta.
CAP!'. 8.K. llUVAKf. Scranton, Pai
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and aftor Mnv 21 mako a crest rofloa
tion in the prices of platis. All work guar
atnteed first-eliba in every vorticulur.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLES AND srORTINO
Victor, Gendron, Eclipse, Lovott. Diamonl
and Otuor Whuola.