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TH1J SCli ANTON TEIIi UNE S AT LTRD AY MORNTNGr. AUGUST 4. 181)4.
134 Wyoming Aid.
We will show you what
A Foe to Dyspepsia
""'And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Co,
IBM OF COUNTERFEITS )
THE EENillNE POPUUB
HAVE THE IWITIMS
B. 8c Co.,
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfrs.
Id l) 111 UutsK bUUAliS.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruce Street.
9 TO 11.30.
2 to 5.
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.
WEST SIDE HEWS NOTES.
The members of the Simpson Methodist
Esiscopul chnrch ran a mot successful ex
cursion tu Farview yesterday.
Clam chowder and lunch at Coagrove'i
hotel, corner Main and Price streets, this
eventug. Coolest and boat Deer in the
Don't forget that the lunch, lager, ales,
etc., ore the finest at Fred Waroke's.
ibe streets and bridges committed of the
West idn board of trade held a session
Remember since we have gone in the
mm i umiiess, no one das sold cheaper
than we have, while we have sold cheaper
mnn many ot ine so-called cheapest and
largest places in the city, The goods we
se.l must be strictly first clnss. full weight
and measure, or money refunded. J. W.
hitteubouse, 309 North Main avenue.
Mre. Frank Shed, of South Sumner ave
nue, win leave today for a few weeks stay
at the Onalinde cottage, at Lake Ariel.
' Hop Tonic Pale Ale at Mason's.
Hnrmh for the best! Gilgallon, Spruce
street, sells only the purest. Wholesale.
Thomas Thomas, of South Main avenue,
is suffering from a sprained ankle.
Mw. James Dnnnlntr. of Carbondale.
. Visited frieuds on this side yesterday.
Pittston tomatoes at Mason's.
fiutherford Hadley. of Hampton street,
is spending the week at Lake Ariel.
We are clearing out the whole of our
stock of fine etchings. Chicago Art Co.,
J 27 Peun avenue.
The Misses Annie and Laura Cassldy, of
Btroudsburg, are visiting frieuds on this
Thomas J. Williams, of Honesdale,
Visited friends on this side yesterday.
Boneless smoked bacon at Mason's.
P. J. O'Dounell is at the Exchange Hotel,
Duumnre Corners, aud will welcome a call
from old neighbors.
Owen Gallagher, of Scranton street,
died at Moses Taylor hospital last night.
8hoe repairing promptly attended to at
the Globe Shoe store.
Aw cthB ?ub Peclal lnnch ii served
each Saturday evening.
The Ladle' Aid society, of the Plymouth
Congregational church, held a very pleas
wnii evenln8 on the lawn of
William T. Davies. of Washburn street.
The yard were decorated with Japanese
lanterns, she soft mellow light of which
bed beautiful rays over the splendid
scene. The affair was very successful.
The members of the society are: Presi
dent, Mrs. John James; vice president.
Airs. John 8. Evans; secretary. Mrs L O
Evuns; treasurer, Mrs. David ft. Williams'.
Huckleberries at Muion's.
Thomas Neary, agod 27 years, was seri
ously injured in the Hampton mines at U
o'clock yesterday morning. Neary is em
ployed as a miner, and in company with
bis laborer bad just fired off a blaat for tbe
purpose of loosening coal tor loading. He
then made the customary examination of
the roof, pronouncing it safe. It was but
a few moments afterward that a large
portion of coal fell striking bis ltg with
such force as to f raoture tbe large bone.
He was also badlv bruised abont the bead
and shoulders, tbe mine ambulance con
veyed the nn fortunate man to the Moses
Taylor hospital where the injury was
dressed. Neary ia unmarried and boards
on Seventeenth street.
Slug shot for cabbage worms at Mason's.
040,000 Sohool House No. 27.
E. L. Walter, architect,' bids to be opened
' this month, to be built on Columbia avenue.
Lots for sale on this avenue at low prices
tor a brief period.
Abtbvb Frothinohah. I
SPECIAL CHOI ACT
Probability . That Moody Campaign
Have to Be Abandoned,
PRESENT STATUS OF BAITER
It Was Found That the Original Esti
mate of Twenty-four Hundred Dol
lars Would Not Be Sufficient to
Carry on the Work Meeting of
Committee Held in Young Men's
Christian Association Last Night.
A aaeer state of affairs exists be
tween Ibe Pastor's anion and a special
lalty-preacber committee appointed to
procure funds to assist in the support
of tbe graat Moody tent oamptigo
wbicb is announced to be held on th
outskirts of Scranton in September. It
appears tbut tbe coining of the tent is
jeopardized, but the uierauert of tbe
committee refuse to discuss the situa
tion in detail, and in contvnusnce a
complete recital of the trouble canuot
Alter Mr. Moody's representatives
bud ben assured bv tbe Pastor's union
and preachers individually that the
tent campaign weulO. receive moral
and fioanuial support from this oity.
the following eommlttee of eitizeus
and minister was appointed primar
ily to procure tbe necessary lands,
and if for any other purpose, such pur
pose has uot been learned: J. A. Lan
sing, president; G. Fred Wbitteuiore,
'Cretary; Rev. Warren U. Partridge,
Rev. N. F. Stahl. Louis Mattes, W. W.
Latbrope, L. M. Horton, J. L. Hang!
and Giles Clark.
MR, SWAN'S ESTIMATE.
Mr. Swan, of Pittstou, as an exscu
tive planning tbe advance arrange
ments for the campaign, notified the
Union that the sum of 3 000 would be
required toward dsfrayiug expense!,
and tbe Union, after adding $100 to this
(.mount to cover emergencies, set tbe
sum of $3,400 as tbe mark for tbe labor
of tbe special committee. Arrange
ments were made to secure the sum
principally through church contribu
tions, but after tbe Second Presby
terian cbnrob had seaared pledge to
tbe amount of several hundred dollars
there was a general exodus of pastors
from the city and no further funds
At a recent meetiug of the Pastors'
union tbe climax came when the ooin
mittee reported that there bad been a
misrepresentation of tbe amount re
quired from the oity aud that in view
of the absence of many pastors the
committee wus more than ever power
less to secure the money. This report
was received by tbe union without
discharging or continuing the commit
tee or suggesting a way out of the
uiattor. Since then tbe committee's
workings have been in statu quo until
last eveniug, wheD, pasuant to tbe
chairman's call, u meeting for tbe pur
pose of disbanding was to have been
held at tbe Young Men's Christian as
HAD BIO A MISUNDERSTANDI.SO.
A half hour altar tbe announced time
for the meeting to convene a Tribune
reporter found but three member pre
ent who, while uot disposed to discuss
the matter at length, gave tbe reporter
the intimation that there bad been a
gross misunderstanding which bad
been left to the Union to unravel.
B'urtber than this no information could
be elicited beyond a statement from
one of the gentlemen tbattbey, them
selves.did not know "where they were
ut, now that tbe duty tbey were ap
pointed to perform is in the jurisdic
tion of the Union.
It has been learned that ainoe tbe
fast of misrepresentation was referred
to tbe anion, no action has been taken
by it in tbe matter. Revs. Peurce, Mo
Leo:), Robinson, Partridge, Stahl, Ford,
Floyd, Guild and several others who
have been Instrumental in furthering
the Moody projeot are out of the city
and nearly all of them will be absent
nntil nearly tbe time for tbe adveut of
tbe mammoth tent. If something is
not done by the union to substantiate
its promises to support the campaign in
part tbore may be an unions contro
versy between it and tbe Moody corps.
The result may be a complete cut of
Scranton in favor of a point farther np
the valley, else the union will have to
do aome very lively calculating when
it members return from their vaca
tions. When the proposition was made to
locate tbe tent iu Scranton during the
progress of tbe campaign up the valley,
tne ministers were warm in their in
terest in tbe matter. The relegation
of tbe work to a special committee
wbicb cannot now aot, may prevent
the realization of this important work.
Otorge Moone Datte All of His Troubl.a
From His M arrina-t.
Some months ago George Noone
united himself to Mrs. Munley, of
Providence, who reoently demonstrated
tbe depth of ber conjugal affection by
scalding ber George when but in their
honevmoon. cansinv a snddan mniri.
tion, and now tbe two hearts do not
beat as one. Noone went to the police
station two days ago and asked to be
accommodated nntil be conld obtain
admission either to tbe hospital or poor
farm. He presents a lamentable sight
as the resnlt of his Raalrtinir and avi.
dently is in great pain and oogbt to re
ceive proper moJioal treatrasut, al
though Dr. Denne h i kindly attended
to him and alleviated the intease pain
in hi eyes.
In renlV to a TrIHITMH rannrfar'a
questions, Mr. Noone made tbe follow
ing statement: "I was married to Mrs.
Munley by an alderman when I was
drunk and not in my right mind. I
had been workintr at tha Pnvnirn Vint
three weeks ago last Tuesday I had no
money coming to me on py aay and
when I went home and mv tolfn tnnnA
this ontshe got in a fury and I bad to
strike her in self defence. She emp
tied a kettlefnl of boiling water into a
nltcher and whealine- urnnml lnm.il II
into my eyes and over my bead."
Aoone runner stated that his wife
kent a "hola-in-tha-wall" and rlM a
splendid business, especially on Sun-
Dr. Donne and Dr. Gnnutnr vaatni-.
day examined George Noone at the
Providence police station. Dr. Donne
stated that Noone is suffering from
despondenoy caused by tbe his
misery oonseauent nnon his marriage
and subsequent treatment. They rec
ommended tnat JNoone be sent to the
Poor farm for a month, otherwise they
fear he will beeome insane.
SUNDAY OBSERVANCE MOVEMENT.
Important Meeting Regarding' It to Be
Bald In Congregational Cnuroh.
An imnortant map tin? in
With tbe Hnndav ohaarvanaa mnnminl
will beheld in tbe Welsh Congrega
tional oburob on Sunday morning. Aug.
12. The PuritanCongregational, Welsh
Conirezutioiial. Welsh Dantikt anil
Calvinistio Methodist chorobes have
organized a movement embracing tn;
weisnwieiuenioi rroviiieucs to arouse
Welsn sentiment on tha mttar nf (in,,.
day ol servanse and onlioenjed drinking
resorts. Already exeelTent work has
been qnietly accomplished and there is
uu uuuui mat me lunusnce or ine
movemeut Will soon be fait In this ann
tiou. It tbe Cymric dre be aroused the
liurifvluif element will mnn h. fall
No legal remedies will be resorted to
nut fiiorts win tie made with the more
powerful w spou of moral suasion ad
ded to pressure being brought upon
inose pnouo omolalt who, It Is alleged,
are not so prompt in carrying out oer
tain unties as they mould be,
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Tbe employes of tbe Dickion and Von
etorcn collieries received their pay yester
A spleudid programme ha been ar
ranged for the Dutch Gap Mission school
social to be held at tbe Congregational
church. West Market street, on Monday
next. Ice cream, lemonade, and other re
freshments are provided fur iu abundauce.
Tickets, 10 cents. The object is a most
praiseworthy one aud deserving ol eup-
Elegant framed pictures are being sold
lor nan price or irame. unicago Art uo.,
127 Penu avenue.
A game of alley ball under tbe Shirley
rules has been arranged to be played ou
Mondav next at the O'Ualley court for tbo
sum of $10 a side. Tbo match will take
Dlace between 6 and 7 D. m. tbe contest
ants being White aud Kennedy, V. Patch
and llouaer; score ueepar, Merlin sums,
Kereree will be chosen on the grounds,
We have only a short time to clear all
oar stock of pictures. Chicago Art Co.,
vn renn avenue.
Kjv. Fiord Fuller addressed the mom
bers of the Methodi-t Epiacipal church
Epwortb league last evening upon tbe
work of tbe league in Florida, Several
songs aud recltntious enlivened tbe meet
ing, woicb was of a pleasant character
Maud Miller and Frank Chamberlain
won't so couriiug aoraln. Yesterday morn
iug they were escorted on the patrol waguu
aim ma lauy uueu fiu auu tne gentie
niau 15. 1 "
The Sunday school of the North Main
Avenue Baptist church will run tbeir an
nual excursion to Farview on Thursday.
Special Offlrer Boyd was unable to ap
pear against Jim Jackaou yesterday morn
ing, owing to the wounds Jim's razor had
The Citizens band paraded tbe streets
last eveuing advertising its picnio at
Frear's grove on Tuesday.
The Rev. D. M. Einter last nieht con
ducted another open air meetiug on the
square ana reierrea to the reoort in The
iHiBuNU upon the arrests ol last montb
aud declared that it was most degrading
ro toe rair name or this section or tne city
tnat nrun xenness snould Ds on the increase.
When in the city, call at the Hub and
refresh the inner man. A nice lunch al
Plan of the Propsatd Bridge Over Boar
According to tbe plans and specifica
tions attucned to the Hoarlng .Brook
bridge ordinance, which passed third
and final reading in tbe select conncil
Thursday night, the structure will be
what is known as tbe "Through Pratt
Truss type," consisting of seven spans
ot iroui es rt. t in. to KlU feet in
length. All the spans nre overhead ex
cept that above the channel of the
stream, wbiun is supported by truss
The estimated cost will be 1 100. 000.
of which $17,500 is for masonry and
superstructure. Tbe total length of
tbe bridge will be UUli feet, with a 88
foot roadway and two U-foot sidewalks.
exceeding in both instances tbe widtb
of tbe Linden street bridges roadway
and sidewalks. Tbe structure will be
twenty-one feet in tbe dear above tbe
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
trucks, seventeen feet above tbe Steel
company's trestle, fifty-three feet over
tbe reservoir north of the works
1 wo towers will be located on tbe
sontb side of Roaring brook aud four
on the north side.
It will bear a strain of sixteen and
one-half ton on a seven and one-half
foot base, and is so constructed that an
asphalt pave with a ooncrete base oau
ie laid, though tbe estimate provide
rorpianxiug. ine estimated cost in
eludes ull metal and woodwork, eleva
tion, painting and a oomplete construc
tion aocording to cooper s specifics'
tions lor proportion and workmun
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Andrew Best is visiting in Boston.
Peter Murray, of Butte. Mont., is the
gnest oiratnckxorcorau.ol Meadow brook
Undertaker Jordan will spend a short
season at tne seasnore.
Families who use wines andliauors for
medicinal purposes, should call on Gil-
gallon, Spruce street. Nothing but tbe
purest goous nanaiod.
Martin Gannon, a melternt tbe lower
mill, was painfully cut about tha head bv
a tailing piece or pig iron ruursuay morn
Division No. 14. Ancient Order of Hi
bernians, bos boeu organized on this side,
and held its first meetiug Thursday night.
Misses Maggie Gallagher and Mav Dnir-
pan, of Mew York, are visiting at the
nome ot ratricK AiulNamsra, ol Cherry
The Exchaug) Hotel is headaaarters for
ine purest wnuuios, cool iagr ana ale.
Soup (tree) each day and eveuing.
Mark McGowan, of ttiver street, is en
tertaining bis niece, Miss Sadie McGowan.
of New York, and his brother, Michael
McGowan, of Cincinnati
The people of tbe Twelfth ward can con
gratulate themselves upon having so ex
cellent a representative in the upper
branch of councils. Mr. Mauley is a tire
less worker In the city's cause nud one of
tbe brightest of our city fathers.
Ecranton's Business Interests.
Tbb Tribunb will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classifisd list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portrait of leading citizens, No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation ot Scrantun's many Indus
tries. It will bean invaluable exposition
ot our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comer and be an nneqnallad
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fall ot good
results to thone concerned as well as the city
atlarge. Representatives of Thb Tribunb
will call upon those wuosb namcs
are desired in this edition and explain
it nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please have notice at
That tirid feeling) which Is so common
and so overpowering is entirely driven off
by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood
purifier. Hood's Sarsaparilla overcomes
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
pills, assist digestion, cure headache. 25o.
a box.- .
6 Bros.' Store '
1 where von want to so if von are 1nnVln
for bargain. 608 Lackawanna avenue. '
0a3 of tbe Principals Who Wa3 Scored Rises
to Explain. ,
PEDAGOGUES ARE POORLY PAID
For That Reason It Is Necessary for
Them to Seek Outside Employment
to Make Both Ends Meet The
Board Could Have All Their Time
If It Was Willing to Pay for It.
About the Principal's Petition.
Tbe article in Monday's Tkidune re
ferring to teaobert' salaries aud pre
dicting a general weeding ont of those
teachers who are engaged in business
outside of tbeir school work, ha
elicited considerable comment among
the members of tbe psdacogteal nrofes
ion. The principals, in particular,
do not take kindly to tbe somewhai
canstlo criticism of tbe msmber of the
board wbo i responsible for the senti-
meut expressed lu tbe article. To a
Iridunb reporter yesterday one of tbe
principal's expressed bis dissatisfaotlou
with tbe view of tbe controller. In
justice to tbs teachers' side of the
question bi views are now published
"While it is true." he said, "that
the controller is right in oontendiug
mat teucneri snotua not devote any
considerable part of their time to out
side work, it seems strange that this
point bud no force before the board of
control some weeks ago, when a neti
tion was presented by the principals
aiKing ror an increase or salaries, it
doe not tuke any great power of an
alysl to ascertain the reason wby
teacher resort to mean outside of
their professional work to add to tbeir
slender Income, or wbv tbe Scranton
school are losing year by year corns of
tbeir best and most exoerieoeed men.
it is not Duoause tney are laoklog in
professional zeal. Nor is it beoause they
aitujte pedagogical work, it Ic beoause
they are not paid adequately for their
SALARIES ABB LOWER.
"As was shown by the petition pre
sented to tbe board and the statistics
collated by the committee of teachers
and published at that tiiasia the news
paper of tbe city, salaries here are far
below what they are in ssme fifty or
sixty cities ol tbe United States.
Some of these cities are larger and
some smaller than 8sranton, but the
Kieotrio City is far below tbe average.
Ibis was made evident to the board.
and yet I dare say the meniber who i
so flippant and airy in hi criticism of
the teaeher wa one of those whose
vote is registered against the just de
mand or the teachers, . i be board bad
it then in it power to take one effect
ive step toward remedying the evils
"The controller is deeidedly superfi
cial when be tries to excuse the action
of the board la refusing the request
lor an increase in salaries by saying
tnat tracbers do not devote their entire
lime to tbeir school work.
"Here is a radical mistake a reversal
of cause and effect. A the matter
now stands, the principals can sav
truthfully: We cannot earn enough
money at our school work to give u a
decent livelihood, nenoe we areobligtd
to go outside to add to the slender
stipend we receive as salary. We have
petitioned the board to give us an in
crease, but they have fl itly refused ns
witnont setting forth even tbe slight
(St reacon therefor. On the otber
hand, the board standi on its dignity
ana says we will not advance salaries
nntil the teachers devote all their timo
to tbeir professional work.
COMPARED TO PULLMAN.
"Thil is tha lanirnacra of tha antnnrnt
io Pullman who refuses, to listen to bis
impoverished workmen, and sopereil
iously states there i nothinsr to arbi
trate. But the Pullman of the board
would like to have tbe publio regard
their oourae as the nroner ona. Hannn
tbe CXDlanationa offered tn tha nasi.
papers. How long i this deadlock to
iwutiuuoi iii ib eviueut tnat sue justice
of the request of tbe teaoiiers' demand
is now Beneraliv admittad h tha In.
telligent people of the city, but for
some nnaccountaoie reason tbe board
seemc impervious to this just senti
Meanwhile It comaa with nnnr mu
for a member of tbe board, who has, I
ihkc it, piacea Himself on record
against the oulv nraetioal mnvamant
that bas been made to oorreot the evil
ot wbicb be complains, to advance
snob Views a are arivan in tha artlxla
in Monday s Tribune,"
A WONDERFUL CRIMINAL.
Career of Horaoe D. Baker In This and
Police anthoritiea in man atafua hw
already begun to alamor tar Hntin. n
Baker, the forger who was captured in
v meiana, jm. j. Uie operations have
kept him in the swim for several years,
and it i known thus tar that bis nim
ble pen bas netted him fnliv tun nnn
lie is an iugenlous, cool, ealoula'tiug
and indnstriona uneratnr hnnlrino nnn.
the credulity of others. He set himself
uy h religious cntsttsiast, working
himself into tbe good graces of the
mi-mbor of chnruhea and anolatiaa K
earnest prayers and exhortations, and
men using tnese very people to further
ui Bwinaiing eaoemec
The reuord of his nneratlnna faith
fully kept by Pinkertoure National
Detective agency, reads like a romance
of the modern school. His Ions free
dom from capture is a tribute to his
Baker s real name ia Robert V. n,.v.
Vf V. although kis onerationa huv hn
oonducted under tbe names of Henry
M, Tbomus. Reads Halford, Herbert
E. Roberts, Rilph C. Huuter, A. G
Hiuckley, Sherman Melcbell, Henry
W. Hunter. Lawrenna Rtavana A ft
Buckley, C. E Hiscock, Henry B.
Scott, Frauk P. Wood, George P.
Sage, Frank Moulton, Walter B Snow,
G. W. NeUon. W. H. Banner, Violor
Fennlek. W. H. Milec and Horace n
Baker. He ha two brothers in busi
ness in JNew York oitv. Ha ia tha nnl
member of bis family who is following
a criminal s lire.
Harvev victimized neonla at Pittt..n
and other places in this region.
BRIEF RAILROAD NOTES.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and West-
era machine shop emplopes will be paid
Tine Butter's engine. 215. will be out of
tbe shops today and will Drobablv talta
ber run on trains seven and eight next
The Delaware. Laokawanna and Waat.
em is very slaok atpiosent owing to the
coal output being curtailed during the
month of August.
Fireman Will Gallic baa lust takan a
fifteen days' vacation for some causa not
Entrinecr Lvman Chain, nf FaMnmUla
was at Great Bead one day this week and!
now tells some good flsh stories. Wonder
where "Tonrje" and Roberts were?
It Is known that the Mutual Aid excur
sion to Pleasant Beach on July 14 cleared
overloOO. Thii ia the most progressive
and euterpilsiug railroad association
known. It is a Scranton instil ution and
its managers deserve great credit for its
A larflre aYnnrainn nf nlna tnm tvaa rnn
from Scrautnn to Harvey's lako via. the
Delaware aud Hudson aud Lehigh Valley
Merritt Hudson is now running engine
wo on tne Ionian V alley gravel train.
Charles E. Rick, a new man who fired
on Valley engine iii, is at present running
a yaMouxer engine on toe naoasn.
Bucklen'a Arntoa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Bores, Uloers, Salt Itheum, Fever
Bores, 'letter. Cbnppea Hands, Chilblains,
Corn and nil Skiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no cay reaulrod. II
It guaranteed to give perfect satistaotlon
or money refunded. Price Hi cents per
noa. cor soio oy jununew Bros.
Vuslo Boxes ExclaslVkly.
Best made. Play any deMred number ot
tnnes. uautscbl sc bom., manufacturers,
joauunebtnut street, rnuaduipuia. Won
derful orchestrial organs, only t5 and S10,
Specialty: Old uausio boxes carefully re-
paireu ana nnprovea witn new tunes.
Have en?y shoes and at low prices.
Restful to tired toilers, bread made
irom i'llKonrys Best.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LIBBEY'S CDT GLASS
Largest line of
Haviland & Co.'s
viAiiia White and Decorated.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
Ii6 Wyoming Ave.
If a Tornado
It would causa little more
surprise to our citizens than
SPOT CASH PRICE LIS1
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, rememberthere
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 TEA, try
our New Crop JAPAN
for 50c; worth 75c.
4S7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Don't Forget It.
THE GREAT BIQ
Scranton Press Club
Lake Ariel, Tuesday, Aug, U
1CI.EVE-V SCULLING RACKS,
From junior single ahull to the big eight
oared stiell, competed iu by all the best row
ing clubs and oarsmen In America, and
A Gil EAT YACHT RACE
Between Attorney O. Brulth'a "FWinir rinnd"
and Captain Jojeph Oretnhalgh's "Ariel," ot
Afffirt, . a.
SPECIAL TRAINS FROM ALL POINTS.
From Bcranton, uunmore, Avoca, Pittston
and Port Blanchard Adulta.tl; children, Wo.;
tl. a. iff V IT. .1 I i I
uauiKi a. as T. f tiaiu. rum vnruuauaie,
fl.25; Mayflild, $1.15; Jormyn, $1.10; Arch-
Iu A VJItn PftobvllU niunh.n , an.l D.i.. .
barg, $1; apoulal D. H. train. Irom Ply.
inouin junction, uaea-oarre, raraoua ana
Miners' Hllle, $1.2G; snenlal t. & H. train
From Hoursdale and Wblu Mills, 7to; from
U 1 . ..njni w a. w V
TT l W , W., .JIBU.HI Ml. WW ..... .IftlUt UUID
train service home In tbe evening.
uat your tiuaaw eariy ana avoia tne excur
sion day rush.
W.V naMn.nA1rui.l Milnmn. am
You Eeed 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
Martin & IDelany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
s Er;a. n R Era ra
308 Lacka, Ave. 1
CLEARING SALE I
sm " tm
1 66 Doz. Lace Gaps !
To be closed
CAPS, worth from 39c.
D9 closed out at
At less than HALF VALUE and other
goods in proportion.
WILL BUY A
It's a Great Shock
tn the fnlVn who are clnlmlnir thev nndersoll
all others.to find that without the least fuss
sr bluiter we are fifing- eoatomrrs the ben
lilt of such opportunities as ttaese.
A Btrlotlv Hla-b Grade I.lL-ht-wleUV
Whaal, 1S94 pattern, frrBllO eMSh.
1893 pattera, "ISO tVbaal, ror mis.
1804 pattern, S)100 Wheel, for 8B eaali.
rbese prices make the business at our store.
at "W iVT-rTT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING. '
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their office to their
141, 143,145,147, 149, 15)
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 868
ROOF ttrmtng and soldering all dons away
with bv the naa of HARTM.N S htC
KNT PAINT, which conlnts of Ingredi nts
well-known to alL It can be applied to tin,
galvanized tin, aheet iron roofa, also to briok
awellinara. which will Dre vent abaolutalv n
erumbUng, cracking or breaking ot the
krick. It will outlast tinning ot any kind by
many years,and It's cost does not exceed one
fifth that of the cost of tinning. Ia told by
tbe job or pound. Contracts taken by
AflxuHiv uiuiuann, 6CT Birch Bi,
out at LESS than
to $1. 25, will fSE I
Cm J jn 5
By DR. DR. SHIMBERG,
Cn.Ai.Tta, r.n T?a XT ab i?.nl.A. .hi XTn
Eyeglasses and Spectacles at the Lowest Prioes.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for $5.
305 SFItt CK ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Musio Store,
ii, WIOIUNO AVfj. SC&AMTO
DECKER BROTHERS An
IRAJVIOH & BACK Mutt
Alsea ku-ge stock at Irss-eks
tfTJSIGAL H EROH A NDISft
mudio, tiTU. itxa
Another Advocate of
t)R9. HKNWOOD ft tVARDELL:
GENTLEMFN-It affords rae cra
Sileaanre to state that your aewproceal
of extracting- toeth wiaVa grand tueeets la
any oaee, and I heartily reoommeod It te
all. I alncerely hope that others will
test Its merlta.
CAPT. 8. X. BRYANT, Soranton, Pa,
Henwood k Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ava
Will on and after Mav 21 make a great redna
tioo in the prices of platea All work gu
Wteed first-class in every partionlar,
a VAv I 1
A. W. JTJRISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLES AND 6PORTINO
Vtctor, Oandron, Kollpsa. LoTU. Dlamoat
and Other Whaela.
in at PrMsnt . fap. raVTai by
05 Washington Av. Sorantan.Pa.