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T11E SCTl ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2. 18!)4.
134 Wyoming Ave.
show you what
(If-oe to Dyspepsia
Hiss McHugh's Party for Miss Murphy, of
LARGELY ATTENDED RECEPTION
A Pol jider Thinks He Can Get More
Aldermanlc Justice in the Central
City Prospective Lecture on Japan
by a Native of That Country The
Grounds of the Scranlon Field Club
Attract Favorable Notice.
' And always) have
1IANUFA; TJRED ANE FOR BALE TO
THE TKADlE BY
i ill Co,
EEWARB J? .COUNTERFEITS )
Bright lights wer flashinj? in Boers'
hull ou North Main avenue last even
ing, the occasion being a recaption in
honor of Miss Winifred Murphy, of
Iiinghauiton, eiven by Miss Kate Mo
ling!, of 1034 Lafayette street at whose
home she is at present a guest. The
party assemble! nt Miss McIIngh's
home and about A 30 o'clock adjourned
to Beers' ball. The hall was tastefully
fitted up for the ocoasion and many
hours of enjoyment were spent in dano-
lbs party left the dnnce hall, to
meet atfiun at Miss McIIuuh's home
wuera a reception was held and re
freshments served. Atnone those
present were Misses Kate Gurrell.Sadie
idcuulre, Tessie Uarev, Mngmo Durkin,
Mains Cooper, Ssrah Uilroy, Anna
Madijian, Anna Shields, Minnie Caw
ley, Kate Roouey, Kittle McHuiih,
Lizzie McHngh, Ilannan Winn, Kate
Hairon, Winnie Murphy, Aisoes (iur
rell, Curistje Qarroll, Fannie Coyne,
Mrs. McGoldrick, Miss Doyle, Lizzie
Linttoruiau, Susie Pneser, Surah
O'Couuor, Ida Straus, Emma Butts,
Lizzie Ilealey. Sadie Durkin,
Kitlie McHugb, Nellie Mabon,
Miss Lynch, and Messrs. P.
Missit, P. Hannon, Joseph Louis,
James Burke, Eldla -Walsh, John
Uo&uQ, Will Cummincs, Phil Cawley,
Will Lurkln, John Larkin, Johu Killy,
I'. I. Uriluii, John Dnrkin, Joseph
Donnelly, Jo? Taylor, Thom;is Jen
nings, Junes F. Mitchell, Frank MoCaw
ley, Joseph Nolau, John Walsh. Dr.
McGraw, Thomas Duffy, Thomas
Loftus, William Counors, Michael
llawley, M, Fay, Frank Brown, G.io.
Dunn, Eddie O'Malley M. Clifford,
i nomas AlclTOldricir, Kicliard Jen
i ings, John Doyle, D. Gibbons, James
iigi'U una John Duvino.
morning for Lake Ariel on the joint excur-
on or ids scrauton street unptisc ana
rtnity Lutheran churches. A most en-
ovnble day was spent, bevcral carloads
left the Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad
depot at 8.80 o'clock.
Tbe funeral of Goorge, the interesting
young cnild of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Web-
Der. ol aus JNortn Lincoln avenue, who
died on Tuesday, will occur this morning.
be remains will be removed on tbe 9.55
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western train
for Paradiso, wtiere interment will be
The Sunday school of the Simnson Meth
odist Episcopal church will run their an
nual excursion to Fnirview tomorrow.
The train will leave the new Delaware
and Hudson depot at 8 a. in., and will, no
doubt, carry a large crowd of excursion
ists, as the Simpson Sunday school Is noted
tor its oujoyuuio excursions. An interest
ing feature of tbo affair will be a game of
ball between the married and einglo men
of the school. As there are many good
players on both sides a good game may be
TROUBLE OVER A COW.
,JfrivE THE INITIALS
G., B. 8t Co.,
fmnrlnt1 on Eanh Blflnr.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
tut 11 1 UUtsK bULAKK.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Sprues Street.
A Lively Scans lu the Sanctum of Alder
The c rt room of Alderman Owen
D. John ''in the Fourth ward, was
scene of bitublo last evening cauaod
by a suit brought by Mrs. Rafter, a
resident of 1 woutieth street, ller cow
got Into the yard of a Polnndor named
Marquis Popovick, ami destroyed
uumui-r of vegetables and other plants
in tbe garden.
Tue c.ibo was so misconstrued thnt
eithr plaintiff or defendant could
uunuy no ricoatnizM. Tbo scene was
tnaile lndrivous by all parties talking
t once, chiingiug their several tunes to
suit tue occasion. Popovick stated tha
e would go to tbe east side for a hear
ug its tbe laws were different over
there. A committee canBistlng of Mor
gan Lake, Patrick Herrick and John
Drown went appointed to assess the
SCRANTON FI&LD CLUB.
To the Republican Party of Lacka
I hereby announce that I Will be a
candidate for the office of recorder of
deeds of Lackawanna county before
the next Republican convention.
H L. HALSTEAD.
Judge II. M, EJwards le.'t yesterday for
V. L Andrews and party have returned
f I'd in Long Branch where they spent a
Dr. C. E. Richards, of Nowton, was shak
ing hands with his many friends in town
.Mrs. C. Levi and daughter, Tlora, of
rvnu uveuue, are visiting relativ 'l Pat.
trsoD, N. J. , i
Mrs. J. G- Capwell, of Factory ville, is
spending the week with her daughter, Mrs,
A. A. Brown, of Kixth street.
Judge K. W. Arcbbald has again re
sumed his judicial labors having been much
bouentod by bis sojourn at Cottage City.
John A. Gale, of Uaieton. Potter county,
is visiting friends on the South Side. Mr.
Gnlo is connected with one of tho largest
tanneries in America.
Richard Lindsay, tbe accomplished
musical director, formerly with the
Mackay-Kenny opera troupe, has arrived
in this city from Boston, and will locate in
. bcranton permanently.
Charles Hamilton, now of Wilkes-Barre,
but who last season was tbe doortender
and advertising agent of the Frothingbam.
was in the city yesterday. Today he will
superintend the clam bake of tho Lleder
kranz at Lake Ariel.
W. A. Youngs, day clerk at the West
minster, has relinquished his position and
will leave today for New York. He will be
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Hone
well and children. Mrs. Hopewell will
also go, to Perth Amboy, N. J., where her
brother is ill.
Its Court la a Popular Social Rtndtz-
The tennis court of the Scran ton
Field club, on South Hyde Park ave
ue, is an object of much attraction to
people on this side. The games are
watched with an interest which we
hows the fascination of tbe refined
Many match games have been daved
and great skill in wielding the tennis
acKet lias been ncniiL'eu bv John R.
Edwards, Charles Daniels and Edward
Thayer. The brilliant plays of these
young men have created considerable
comment. This gaino should by dodu-
ar for Its cultivating and refiniuz in
Ecranton'a Bualneaa Interests.
1 he iribiwk will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of tbe
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
Jng and professional interests of Scran ton
and vicinity. Tbe edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
Photogravure viewa of our nnhlln huilil.
lugs, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. Ho
similar worn has evor given an equal rep
resentation of Bcrauton's many induf.
iri. ai. win uu au mvuiuaoia exposition
ol our Business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be nn nnequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large. nprteiuttives or. i UK TRIBUNE)
win can upon tiiosk whohb namks
re dkbired in tnis edition and explalu
us nature mure tuny.
Those desiring views of their residences
In thlc edition will please have notice at
Stated by II. B. Cochran, druggist, Lan
caster, Pa.: Have guaranteed over 800
bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters for dvs-
popsis, sour Htomncb, billions attacks, liver
ana Kidney troumes.
Euoklen's Arnloa Salra.
The best salve In the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt lihenm, Fever
cores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
If guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Trice US cents per
box. t or saie oy aiattnews Bros. ., ,
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' 840.000 Eohool House No. 27.
' E. L. Walter, architect, bids to be opened
this month, to bebnilton Columbia avenne.
Jbots lor sale on this avenue at low prices
iur b uriei period.
0UNCILB1AN HICKEY'S BIRTHDAY
Being Twenty-Nine Years Old, the
Century Hose Company, of Which
He Is an Honored Member. Pre
sented Him with a Gold Chain.
Church Picnic Held Yesterday Per
sonals and Shorter Paragraphs.
IE WAS KOT LENIENT.
Ten Offenders Sent to the County Jail in
AKIorraau Fiizsimmons held police
court yesterday mid as a con-
senucuee Sheriff Fahoy has ten new
boarders. Uf late tbe police magis
trates have been somewhat lenient with
offenders and it seemed to have bad a
bad effect, for each morning tho crowd
of prisouers arranged before the station
bouse desk increased in proportions.
Yesterday every man called up for a
hsuring either bad to pay a good-aizou
fine or spend his vaeatio i in the connty
ail. Duly one bad mousy and as a re
sult the patrol wagon canacity was
tested to its utmost after the hearings.
John Dolan, who in June last at
tempted to take a prisoner away from
Officer Boland and afterward stoned
tue officer was given a severe lecture
and thirty days to digest it. Thomas
Murphy, drunk and asleep on the side
walk, got five days. Peter Fad den,
druuk and disorderly, was given free
board and lodging during the entire
mouth of August. Richard Murphy
and hidward Jennings, drank and dis
orderly, received thirty-day sentences.
l atricK Gil bride, drunk and exposing
his person, not Iiva days. Richard
Getteus was givon thirty days for be
ing drunk and disorderly,
A verv serious accident oetnred yes
terday afternoon at 3 o'clock to Michael
Reap, of Willow street, a driver in
he Doilga mines, lie was kickoo. in
tho abdomen bv a vicious mule and
his stomach was almost shattered from
the force of the blow.
The youocr man was walking behind
the mule when tbe beast shot ont his
heels withl lichtning rapidity. The
mine ambulauco conveyed the yonng
mail borne and Dr. Haggerty was sent
for. He found Reap s stomach lacer
ated from the injury; but, his opinion
la that ho will recovar.
The vonna: man is a son or Patrick
Reap, of Willow street.
PRESENTEO WITH A GOLD CHAIN.
POOL MATCH IN SIGHT.
Famous Flayers May Be Hare Hxt
The sporting fraternity of this city,
particularly the billnrdjelement.mayjbe
given a chance in tbe near future to
witness a tool tournament between tbe
crack players of the country. The new
billard parlor of Jerome Keogh, lo
cated over Rose's Lackawanna avenue
store. Is rapidly hearing completion
and it is iu this pine that the matobes
ire proposed for next winter.
It is intended to procur the attend
ance of DeOro. champion of the world
and sucn uoted players as oiioruian,
Powers, Clearwater and others. The
new room will be arranged so that it
cia be amnitlioatoriZMl.
WAR VETERANS' RE-UNION.
Will Be Addreasei by Many Notable
The Sevrn County Veteran nssocia
lion, composed of tho Union veterans of
Wayne, L:ickawanna, Luzerne, Wyo
niing, Susquehanna and Bradford ooun
lies, of Pennsylvania, and Broome
county, New York, will meet in annual
re union at D arview on Wednesday
In addition to Governor McKlnley,
of Ohio, who will probably ba present,
the lo, lowing prominent men are
among the list of speakers: Ex Gov
esnor James A. Beaver, past depart'
mont commander; Thomas J. Stewart,
sretiry of internal affiirs. Hon. Job
B. Robinson, of Media, D -la ware conn'
ty, and Congressman Joseph A, Scran
WILL LECTURE ON J. PAN.
A Celebrated Japineao Missionary Will
Lecture on Tueeday Next.
Kengo Moriva, a reformed Japanese,
whose ancestors wen Shiuts high
priests in-Japan, will lecture next
Tuesday evening in the Jackson Street
Baptist cbnrcb. The affair will be held
under tbe anspiaea of the Young Peo
Air. Moriva will lecture on the
manners, religion and customs of his
people, which will no doubt be very
interesting. He became connected
with the . Christian theory through
American missionaries and is now here
finishing his education in college.
Ransom Township Vjtars Want
A petition is being signed among; tho
citizens of Ransom township for signa-
ures which will usk the court to di
vide the township into two election
At present some of the residents of
the district have to travel eight miles
to cast their votes. Thoy think that
too great a distance and want tho
conrttogive them a more convenient
ARE NOT SLOW AT MAYFIELD.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Constable John Davies is sojournincr at
Atlantic laty. .
George Zintell -In doins tonsorial work
at the Vest Side cigar store.
B. J. Neville and son Tbnmns. of Fair-
viow avenue, areiu jnow Yoric city.
Miss May. JoneS. of Price street left
yesterday to visit friends at Windsor, N. Y.
Miss Delia Evans, of Wilkes-Rarre. In
tnaeuestor Miss Ida Phillips, of Putnam
Miss Grace Acker and Edward R
Hughes are enjoying the breezes at Lake
Mrs. George Henderson, of Elmira. hn
returned home from a visit with friends
The Mendelssohn Choral societv held
rehearsal last evening in tbe First Welsh
Rose Edwards, of Edwards courts. 1ms
returned from a two weeks' visit with
friends in Syracuse. .
Mrs. George T. Jones and sister. MIks
Annie Jeremiah, of Lafayette street, are
. . i i t . tin I
visiting n unite iviuuia.
Mrs. T. w. Mansfield and Mrs. M.
Houser, of Chestnut Btreet, are visiting
menus in oouii, tuwusuip.
Miss Mable Baldry of Bonth Hvde Park
avenue, has returned home after a visit
with friends in JNew Yoric city.
The members of the Hampton Street
Methodist Episcopal church will picuic at
tue itonnd woods on Aug. v.
The Scranton Traction company has
placed a gang of men at work repairing the
tracas on worm juain avenne.
Miss Jennie George of Parsons, has re
turned home from a visit witb Mrs. Wil
Ham Sproats of North Bromley avenue.
Mrs Thomas Phillips and daughter Mar
garet, of Washburn street, left yesterday
ior n ten uays' sojourn at Atlantio City,
' Mr. and Mrs! A. J. Lnhrlnnnil rinmrhta
Lily, of Washburn street, will leave today
iur uswego. iney win spend their vaca
kiuu hi, Aiexanaor uay.
lbe members of tbe Plymouth Cnncm.
gational church will conduct a lawn social
on Friday evenine at the home of William
i. varies on Washburn street.
Rev. Reese Lloyd, of Oakland, Cal., gave
. ..uvuu iwiuri last evening on "Biblical
i-ropnecias.-' m was held In the First Con.
gregationai cnuroh. A large number of
people were preient and the discourse
. A largo number of people left yesterday
DISTANCE IS TOO GREAT.
ickel Reap, of Willow Street, Kicked In
tbe Stomach by a Mule.
LACKAWANNA HOSPITAL DONATIONS.
Gifts Contributed Daring: July Are Ac
Donations to the Lackawanna hos
pital during July have been acknowl
edged as follows:
Flowers by Miss Kingsbury. Miss
Vanderveer, Miss Raub, Mies Clay,
Miss Krigbaum, school 30, J. R. Clark,
Boys' Mission band, Mrs. Nicoll; pa
pers from Mrs. IN orris and Mis. Wes
ton; slothing from Mrs. P. Albro and
Mrs. Moses Andrews; flower bad filled
by R. W. Palmer; fruit from Dr.Roos,
Mrs. J. P. Dickson and Mrs. WiUar.l ;
125 loaves of bread from Greenwood
CouLCilman P. J. Hickey Remembered
bs Hla Associates.
Counoilman P. J. Hickoy, of the
Nineteenth ward, was 29 years old ou
Tuesday and he was presented with t
valuable cold chain in honor of tbe oc
casion by bis associates iu the Century
Hogs company, me presentation was
made at Mr. Hickey's hotel, where his
friends had (fathered. Distrlot Imi
gineer Louis Schwass, on the part of
tho Century Hose company, presented
the chain to Mr. Hickey and u was re
ceived bv him in a very happy speech,
Tho Mozart Quartette club luruished
ST: PAUL'S CHURCH PICNIC.
Was Enjoyed YaBterday at Central Park
Tbe congregation of St. Paul's Gar
mau Evangelical Lutheran cnurcu. at
Beech street and Prospect avenue, held
rjicnio yesterday at Central park
Miss Emma Notz was the successful
contestant for the cake. She had col
lected over $10. The picnic was a finan
cial and social success.
Last niaut the Women s Aid society
conducted an ico cream social at the
church over which Mrs. Notz presided
in charge of the committee of alfuirs.
Vocal and instrumental music wus a
part of the social that highly pleased
all who attended.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.
Enelinh Branch of Hlokory Street
Chinch Will Flcnie Auk. 16
The English speaking branch of th
Hickory Street Prtsbyterian church
will conduct a picuic at Laurel Hill
park on Thnrsday, Aug 10, and if the
weather is not favorable ou that date,
the pinniu will be postponed until
The pastor of tho ehurch, Rey. Au
gust L uige, is determined that tbe pic
nio will not be exceodad in point of ex
cellence by any other such event this
SOUTH SlOt JOTTINGS.
Muaio Boxai Excluslv&ly.
Best made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Gautschi & Sons., manufacturers,
1030 Chestnut stroet, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrial organs, only o and $10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
Dn, C C . LAUiiAcn, dentist, Gas and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight years in
You ftSeed 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
In & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
WYOMING AVENUE. .
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LIBBEY'S CUT GLASS
LARGEST LINE OF
Haviland & Co.'s
Cllina Wbite nnii Dacoratod,
Chamber Sets, &...
IEICHEL & MILLAR
Ii6 Wyoming Ave.
308 Lacka. Ave.
I II 0QZ
lace Cans I
be closed out at LESS than
CAPS, worth from 39c. to $1.25, will
bo closed out at . . . a . . .
Mrs. Peter Hartman, of Cedar avenue, is
Mrs. John Kilcnllon, of Eouth WTashing
ingtou avenue, with her family, is visiting
at Lake Winoia.
Mrs. Michael Wetter, of Cedar avenue,
returned yesterday from a week's visit in
Adolph Ragher, of Beech street, will
leave in two months for his home in
Fraukfort Uosscn, Germany.
John PJ Douahoe. of Stone avenue, will
leave In Sentomber for New York Culleue
of Pharmacy, where he will begin a courso
Christian ReldcuDach, aged 5 yean, 9
months. 23 days, son of Charles Roiden
bach, of Alder street, died yesterday
morning from typhoid fevor. Funeral
will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock. Services will be bold at the Hick
ory Street Presbyterian church, and inter
ment will be made in nttstou Avenue
NORTH END BRIEF3.
No Delay Tolerated b Officials at That
Prothonotary Pryor was yesterday
directed by Mathew G. Noary. secre
tary of the school board of Mnyfiold to
enter judgment against Tax Collector
Michael White and his bondsmen.
Jeremiah O. Sullivan and E. T. Ed
munds in the sum of 857. 93,
This judgment is entered on taxes
for tbe present year that White has
not as yet paid.
DAN Ht.RT'5 NEW PLAV. ,
It Will Ee Frcduoed at San FrancUoo
on Au?. IS. '
Dan L. Hart, of Wilkes-Barre, whose
southern play, "A Daughter of Dixie,"
was produced nt tho frotbingham last
spring, leaves for San Francisco Aug.
18 to assist in tho initial performance
of his latest comedy, "Washington. D.
C." Dau Sally, of "A Corner Grocery"
raine. and company will appear in Mr.
Hart s recent play.
The author has the best wishes of
numerous Scranton friends for the suc
cess of his latest dramatis effort.
ANOTHER SLANDER SUIT.
This Tints Mrr. Euaanna Eonnus la the
Mrs. Susanna Honnus believos her
self a much aggrieved woman and has
brought an action to recover damages
against Casimir Drahnnd, who, she
says, slandered her lufsmonsly.
The action was begun yesterday for
the fair plaintm by ex-Judge W. H.
Stanton. It is alleged In the declara
tion that tho defendant publicly
charged Mrs. Honnus on July 25, with
using nnraitnmi to oer mainage vows.
She thinks ahe lias been injured to
tbs extent ol $-j,uuu.
T. II. C. A. at Enoampment.
Tbe Yonng Men's Christian associations
ol the state are arranging to have an tin
sociatlon tent, with reading room, corre
spondence tables, out-door and in-door
games, etc., at the division encampment
JNatlonal uuard or Pennsylvania, at
Gettysburg, Aug. 10 to 18. Copies of TllB
tribune win oe Kept on nie there.
Lawn Bazars, Befriy-sratori, Ioa Cream
1 have now on hand and will sell at cost
19 Lawn Razors,
' 15 Ice Cream Freezers.
Come and get one before they are all
gone. Tuob. F. Leonard, -
: ' 505 Lackawauna ave.
' Building- Material fcr Sals.
Inquire at Conrad Schroeder's
If a Tornado
It would cause little more
surprise to our citizens than
SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
LRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, rememberthere
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
Miss Alice Lackay, of Park Place, is
spending hor vacation with friends in
The many friends of Benjamin Davis,
Garfield house, will be glad to hear of his
recovory from ins recent illness.
The funeral of J. L. Thomas, butcher.
took place yesterday amid many tokens of
respect, intormout being made at Wash
Tho Excelsior Athletic club will hold f
social this evening at O'Don noil's hall,
when a prize ticket for tho round trip to
New York will be awarded the successful
Alossrs. Dollon and Murray are arranc.
ng a fir.it class congress of novelties in the
armory, for Weduosday next, when in ad
dition to the above, the foilowiui will an
pear: Mile. Sylvia Lorraine, Bertie Stev
ens, Robert 1 homos, Miss Emina Was
field, Bart Morrison, Rowley and Murphy,
John W. Mack, Peacock sisters, Cnnlk
Gordon, Mins ( Srace Dinsmore, Billy Mar
tin and John T. Skiff.
Great excitemont was caused at
Bull's Head yesterday by the bolting of
Kavosa & nrro's Daaery watron, which
was luiallv smashed bv colliilinz with
telephone pole. The horses took fright
and bolted up the held and turned into
North Main avenue, colhdinz aeainst the
teluphono pole and leaving tho almost tot
ally wrecked wason behind them. Tbev
galloped toward the city but wore cancht
and placed in the Eureka House barn. Ra-
vosa & Pirro are Italian bakers doing
business nt iui Lackawanna avenne.
Mrs. Lee Smith is recovering from her
Miss Lonsettie Miller has retnrned home
B. W. Cooney and M. Mulrain SDcnt
Sunday in juoacow.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Uonnigan spent
yesterday in iiyoe rara.
Mrs. Hugh Donuolly, of Blnghamton. is
Visiting relatives in town.
Tbe drama eiven by the Loval leaaue
last nigut was a periect success.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Letchworth will
spend today at Harvey's Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Costello and son left
yesterday for a two weeks vacation at At
Daniel Labar and family, of Lake Como,
Wayne county, are visiting Mrs, George
impson on uiaaeiey street.
The Union Stars, of Dunmore, defoated
a rdeked club by the score of 8 to 10. Bat.
teries Qulnu and Hajtgortyj Cnnion and
Payton. Struck out By Cnnion, 14; by
Quinn, 3. Uite Unions, Id; f lcked club, 2,
The funeral or Thomas O'Horo took
place yesterday afternoon from bis late
residence on Walnut street.- Interment
took place at 8t. Mary's cemetery. The
Young Men's Social, Literary and BenevO'
lent society, or wnicn aeceasea was a mem'
ber, attended in a Door,
Pillsuury's Best makes best bread.
Our line of Groceries is
complete and you can
rely on them being the
If you want a delicious,
high-flavored TEA, try
our New Crop JAPAN
for 50c; worth 75c.
4.7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
WILL BUY A
U OOF tlnnlnu and soldering all done away
with by the use or iiAK'iiiAN'8 r A
ENT PAINT, which consists of lneredi' n
wnll-known to alL It can be implied to tin.
galvanized tin, sheet Iron roofs, also to brick
dwelling whtcli win prevent absolutely any
crumbling-, crackiRg or breaking of the
brick. It will outlast tinning ot any kind by
many years,and 11 cost does not exceed ono
fifth that of the cost of tinnlnir. Is sold by
Sua JOD or pouna. uoncraoiB iukbq oy
AMXUMU UAU1MANN, K7 UireaSti
At less than HALF VALUE and other
goods in proportion. i
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By DR. DR. SHXMBERG,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Nef.
vousness relieved. Latest and Improved Stylo of
Eyeglasses and Spectaclo3 at the Lowest Prices.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for V.
305 sritLCE ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
It's a Great Shock
"V .1 PJtV H Ma.'. . li&Jr
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MILTON W. LOW BY, I Atfys, 2J
C. H. VON STORCH. ( ton av.. t.
fothe folks who are claiming thoy undersell
til others to find that without tho loast fuss
or blnater we are itiviiiff customers tho ban
ifit of such opportunities ai these.
A Strictly High Uraao i.ieiit-weigna
Wherl, 1804 pattnrn, fur $110 easli.
1H9II pattern, neoi, lor sin.
lHOliiattorn. i00 Wheel, lor 85 easlw
rhese prices make the business at our store.
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A, BUILDING.
at Present Ihi- Mn.t Popular and Preferred by
Vsrerooms : Opposite Columbus Monument,
'r jftah'.n.on Am. Scranton, Pn
DB. (t. EUGAIt JJEAN has removed totllO
Bnruco street. Bcrauton, lJa. cJust op-
posito courwiouso biiuare. ;
Hit. A. J. CON NELL, OIBco !Sll WashlnRtoa
XJ avenuo, corner Biiruca street, over
Francko'a druir utoro. Konidonco. 3112 Vino St.
Ollico hours: lO.iln to 12 a. ra. and to 4 aud
li.iiU to 7.110 p. m. Uunilay, 2 to 3 p. m.
lli. W. E. Al.l.EN. Olhco cor. Lack
XJ wanna and Washington lives.: ovor kioou
uril ahuo store; ollieo houiw, W to 13 n m. and
Uto 4 p. in.; eveuiuna at roaldouco, aliH.
hros nf tho Kva. Eiir. Noso and Throat;
ollico, 1 W youiiun are. Kooiileueo, Viua
lUi,CL. Klil'.Y, l'ractieo hunted to
DM. L it. MATES. IIS WashiiiRton Avenuo.
Ollico hours. Bto9 a.m.. l.JOto H and I
to 8 p.m. Kesidouce 1XHI Madison aveuua
I OH M I. WKX'tS. m ii OIllcoH K! aud 5:
.1 Commonwonlth buildincr: roaidenoa 711
Madlsonavo: olllce hours. 10 to U i to 4, 7 to
8; Sundays 2.M to 4, evenings at residence.
specialty mado of dhoiisiM of the eye, ear, nose
ana turoat ana Rynecology.
1 H. K A Y, 2M Peon Ave. ; 1 to 3 p.ni ; call SHSJ,
XJ Dis.of woniiMi. ubstotries anil dis. of clnl
I M. a RANCH'S
O . flco. Na 17 Bnruo
House. Bcrunton, la,;
Law and Collection of.
flco. Na 817 Bpruco St., opposite Foroat
coliectiona a sneclalt'
throughout 1'ennnylvama; rellaule correapou
enta in every couu ty.
ll.SSUi'S e HA.U. Attorneva and Counaot
o lota at Law, Commonwealth bnlldingv
waamngton av w . n. j bssi'p,
. Hoiiack K, Hard,
W. H. Jeskup, Jr.
liniJ.AKD. WARItKN A KNAl'l'. Attor.
V neya and Couimolors at Law, Kenubliuao
bnildinv, vv anhinrton avo., Hcranton, l a.
PEEIjY- Law offloea In Pries
lii Wiiahlnnton avenue.
.RANK T. OKk-LL, Attorney at Law. Room
. 5. Coal Exchange. Bcrauton, Pa.
AMES W. OAKtYlRD, Attorney at Law.
rooms S3, 64 and ( Commonwealth bT'g.
AMUEL W. EUOaR, Attorney at Law.
odlce, 317 Hprucoat., Bcrnnton, 1
A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, 121
J . Lackawanna aue.. BiTaiiton, Pa.
P. BJ11TH, Conimellor at Law. Office,
, rooms 51, 55. 56 Commonwealth bullillnz.
R. F1TCHEH, Attorney at Law,
monwenlth builoiiii;, Scranton, 1'a.
C. COJIEUYS. 31 Spruce st.
DB. RI'.l'LOOLE, Attorney-Loans noso
. tinted nn real est ite aocurity.40S Sprnoa.
Bf, K1LLAM, Attornov-at-Law, lai Wy
. omimrnvonne, S.-rnnton.
OCHOOL OE THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton. Pa., prepares boys and eirla for eollctrs
or buiiiuota: thorouKhl; trains young children.
Catalogue at rotjuust.
Rkv. Thomas M. CKs
WALTRH H. BCKLL.
IISS WORCESTER'S K1NDEROARTEM
il and School. 4U Adams avuuuo. Pupili
received at all times.
Nest term will open
t 111 M ISTS.
C. LAU13ACU, Surgeon Dentist, No, Uj
. Wyominc ave
R M. M'KATTON. offlcn Cn;il Fxrhnnire.
rpilE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso
X ciatiou will loan you money on easier terms
anil pay you hotter on Investment than any
otner nssocintiou. (. all on a. M. UAL,L.r.ii
I'ER, llime Bank bnildlnv
CLARK & CO.. Scoilamon. Florists
and Nurserymen; atoro 140 Washington
avenue; green bouse, laoO Mortn Mam avenuei
utorp tcleplionn 2. '
OH AND UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
"I OS. KCETTEL, 5i5 Lackawanna avonn
f I Kcniptun. Vs.. mannf'r nf Wire Screen
HOTELS AMI ltESTAlirtANTS.
nye. Rooms heated with steam; all mo
em Improvementa. C. M. Thuuan. Prop.
rpiIE ELK CAFE, VJ, and 127 Franklin ave-
X nuo. Rates roasnnnnlo.
V. ZiEOl.En, Proprietor.
W. G. sche:
Bixtoonth street; ono block east of Broi
W. G. SCHENCK, Managnr.
. ono Diock east or Brood'
at I inou Binaru, Now York.
American plan, JUljOpcr day and upward.
OYNE HOUSE, European plan; 'good
Open day and night. Bar aup
P. H. COYNE, Proprietor.
plied with the
OCRANTON HOUSE, near D,
J aenger depot.
L. & W. nas.
Conducted on tho buropaaq
VicTcit Koni, Proprietor.
1A"IS 110UPT, Architects. Rooms 2i,
XJ 85 am
and 2S Commonwealth b'ld'g. Scranton,
L. WALTER, Architect,
BOB Washington avenue.
Office, rear ol
T.i L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Prio
J bniliiinc. 1-M VashinKton Ave.,Scranton.
J) balls, picnics.
ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOU
dings ami oonoort work furnished. For terma
address it J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyomlnj
ave., ovor Hu'bert'a nmsio storo.
envelopes, paper bags, twine.
1J0 Washingtoa aye., Scranton
II lumber, Price buildlnft Scranton,
a I EOARUEE
li L supplies,
irORSES AND CARRIAGES FOB
XL at 1,'33 Capouso avenue.
D. L. FOOTE, Agent
1 JATTERSON & WILCOX, Attorneys and
x counaouora at Law; ouicea a ana s uiurory
building, boranton. Pa.
ROSWKLT. H. PATTlnSO
Wti.MAM A. Wilcox.
LFRED HAND, WILLIAM. I. HAND, At-
ii. torneys and
building. Rooms 19, SO and
r F. BOYLE. Attornev-at-Law.Nos.lD and
V T ( 20, Burr building, Washington avenue.
Oil Cloth, TM W. Lackawanna avenue.
VHANK P. BROWN & CO., WHOLB
P sale dealers in Woodware, Cordage aid
Ladies Who Valuo
A refined complexion must nse Pozzonl't Paw,