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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10. 18!)1.
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406 Spruca Street.
Cfike Honrs: j !j
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.
Aitorney F. P. Hoban was in Wilkes
Dr. F. D. Brewster arrived home last
night trom Southold, L. L
B. L. Richards, of Quincy avenue, re
turned from Ocean Grove yesterday.
Sirs. Alnrgaret Sullivan and daughter,
of Capouse avenue, are visitiug in New
Misses Julia and Abbie Den man, of
South Hyde Park avenue, are visiting at
Mrs. Stephen Chappell and sister, Miss
Bulla Thomas, and Attorney A. A. Vos
burg are spending a few days at Heart
Luke and Montrose.
Miss Lillle Koch, of Now York, is spend
ing a few weeks an the guest of her cous
ius, Misses Emily and Josephine Koch, who
are summering at Fleetville.
James F. Doyle, who recently sold out
Ilia intercut in the Exchange hotel, Bing
ham'.on, of which he was purt proprietor,
is spending a few days in this city.
G. M. Wallace and family, A. E. Ketch
am aud family. B. S. Ketcham and family,
Eugene AlaiHU and family aud W. S. Lam
bert and family are campihg at Crooked
Announcement has been made of the
coming marriage of Frederick Forbacb, of
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
tmggage ilice, to Miss Kate Schaefer, of
Petersburg, to take place on Aug. 10.
Musio Boxei Exclutivsly.
Best made. Play any desired numbor of
tunes. Gautschi & Sons., manufacturers,
1(J80 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
flerful orchestrinl orgnus, only 15 and $10.
pecinlty. Old music boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with new tunes.
Scranton'i Builnaai Intrits.
TnK Tribunb will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scrnnton
aud vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnblio build
ings, business blocks streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Scranton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. bent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those coucerued as well as the city
at large. Representatives of The Thibunb
will call upon thosb whohb namks
are DF.sinno iu this edition aud explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please Kave notice at
$40,000 School 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
(or a brief period.
Sncklen'a Arnica Salv
The best salve in the world forCnti
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and post
Mvely enres Piles, or no pay required. It
a guaranteed to give perfect Satisfaction
or money refunded. Price H5 cent per
box. for sale by Matthews Broa.
Pii.LHBtjBT Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,600 barrels a day.
ft Foe (o Dyspepsia
FAIL TElf COURT
Will Open With Meeting of Grand Jury on
Monday, Sept. 10.
CIVIL AND CRIMINAL COURTS
Dates Upon Which the Terms Will
Begin Grand and Petit Jurors
Drawn Yesterday by Jury Commis
sioners Ward and Kowo and Sheriff
Fahey Names of Those Called
Upon to Serv8 the County.
On Sopr. 10 the fall term of court
will begin with the nineting of the
grand jury and on Oct. 8 a two wenlm'
tertuot criminal court will open. Next
Monday the common pleas trial list is
to bo made up for the term of court,
which will open on Sept. 17 and eou
tinne for thrsn weeks.
Yestordiiy Jnrv Commissioners Ward
iiml Howe and Sheriff Falvy drew tho
following grand and petit jurors:
GRAND JUliOItS, MO.N'DAY, SEl'T. 10.
Richard Morris, laborer. South Abiuirton.
J. V. Black faruior, Jefferfou.
Aiionuel Uolland, laborer, Scruaton.
iMvid Davis, miner, Moosic.
M. G. Robertson, veihumn, Scranton.
John Gibbon, jr., bookkeeper, bcrauton.
M. li. Bennett, miu-r, Jormyn.
Eugene M. Honeywell, builder. Jormyn.
Adam Sctiroeder, brickluyer, Kcrautuii.
Fred Swurtz. Scranton.
J. A. Penmau, constable, Scranton.
pylvester iieiue, engineer, Moscow.
Wiu. Uramer, macUiijist, Cirbmidalg
Thomss Clark, miner, Carbondule.
Wm. Wiuton, miner, Scrnnton.
Fred Kiipp, laborer. Scranton.
Charles Hart, carpenter, Scranton.
Jacob Fries, miner, Scranton.
Patrick Hannick, engineer, Olypliant.
Wui. Giilliu, farmer, Sjiring Bruok.
Lobn W. McLean, tnit-uii til. Scranton.
Peter M Donald, gentleman, Carboudalo.
James S. Crawford, supt., Carbondule.
August Webber, cur punter, Scrautou.
l'ETIT JUKOHS, MONDAY, OCT. 8.
Edward C. Williams, watchman. Scranton.
William Eagau, machinist, Scrautou.
Wm, R. Allen, clerk. Cnrbondale towns'p.
Joseph Hi key, mill hnnd, Scranton.
Joseph Walker, inventor, Clark's Green.
George Nichols, engineer, Scranton.
cunrlesiN. Broniou, miller, Cnrbondale.
llichael G iuuhnn. luboror. Scrnutou.
John Wagner, laborer Scranton.
Thomas Line, hotel, Scranton.
A. artin Gannon, mill hHU'l, Scranton.
Joseph G uld, engineer, Fell township.
James B -ll, merchant, Scranton.
A. P. JlcDoiiough. liveryman. Dunmore.
Gilbert S. Grifliu, farmer, Clark's Summit.
Fred Colvln, painter, Scranton.
Robert Wilson, eimineer. Scrauton.
James Philbin, mill hand, Scrauton.
Gonier Davis, engineer, Jormyn.
George Wuench, barber, Scranton.
UwlijUt Khiuevault, fanner, Carboudalo tp,
A. J. Lundy, teacher, Scrautou.
Patrick McCabe, farmer, Cnrbondale tp.
J. H. Allen, engineer, Scranton.
M. M. Darling, baggage master, Scranton.
Patrick Conuers, mason, Moosic.
Hugh A. Jone, foreman, Scranton.
J, V. Shump, carpenter, Glenburu.
John Walsh, operator, Scranton.
John Dempsey, minor, Moosic.
J. W. Millett, alderman, Scranton.
M. W. Hufford, carpenter, S. Abiagton.
Andrew Nichols, uiiuer, Scranton,
Thomas B Boland, weighmaster, Scranton.
W. B. Stansbury, harness maker, Curbon
dale. Carl Fell, Scrnnton.
John D. Thomas, policeman, S-ranton.
John Kurtz, lumberman, Scranton.
Geo. B. Brown, lumber merchuut, Scran
ton. W. H. Roda, machinist, Scranton.
Joseph Speicher, barber, Scranton.
Michael Cawloy. miner, Scranton.
Samuel Jliller, farmer, North Abington.
John J. O'Boyle, agent, Scranton.
Thomas Hoyt, millhand, Scranton.
Tnoinas Loftus, miner, Scranton.
W. A. Grady, carpenter, Scrauton.
D. A. Smith, farmer, Newton.
Peter Dorsey, coachman. Scranton.
John E. Coyne, teamster, Scranton.
Thos. Reddiugton, hotelkeeper, Wiuton.
Samuel Gresp, blacksmitu, Scranton.
M. Haegenberger, merchant, Scranton.
Fred W. Kierchoff, clerk, Scranton.
Fred 8. Barker, scalemaker, Scrauton.
H. E. Harris, foreman, Taylor.
Frank Zimmerman, foreman, Scranton.
Henry Browning, miner, Bellovuo.
John Simpson, merchant tailor, Scrnnton.
Michael Gowan, conductor, Carboudale.
PETIT JUKOnS, MONDAY. OCT. 15.
R. C. Drum, merchant, Gouldsboro.
Christ Muscat, laborer, Scranton.
John Hon er, conductor, Fell.
Thomas Mangan, miner, Minooka.
William Knight, constable, Benton.
Clarence Biesecker, farmer, Madison.
Lewis K. Cook, conductor, Scranton.
Anthony Judge, miner, Scranton.
James Ormes, fireman, Carbondule.
Charles Raynor, cigarmaker, Scranton.
John M. Burke, fireman, Carboudale.
John Mnffatt, shoemaker, Carbondale.
Frank Klenschadt, machinist, Scranton.
John Vosburg, farmer, Soutn Abington.
M. Baumgardner, clerk, Scranton.
Levi H. Clark, engineer, Scranton,
Owen Flannery, laborer, Carboudalo.
John Langan, clerk, Olypbaut.
Abram Grosvenor, farmer, Scott.
S. W. Cook, merchant, Jcrmyn.
Thomas Joyce, laborer, Scranton.
Wm. McClave, inventor, Scranton.
Samuel Whaley, farmer, Waverly.
John Holliday, steel blower, Scranton,
Morgan B. Morgun, agent, Old Forge.
Frank Smith, clerk, Carbondale.
Ilenj. D. Moyles, farmer, Eltnhurst.
W. G. Farhold, salesman, Scranton.
Wm. Evans, carpenter, Scranton.
Michael Healey, miner, Moosio.
W. J. Atkinson, teamster, Scrauton.
J. J. Howarth, lnmber mercnant, Scranton
George Burns, miner, Dunmore.
Frank Moyer, contractor, Scranton.
Frank Lewis, farmer, Lebigh.
John K. Cameron, jeweler, Carbondale.
John J, Paving, miner, Moosic.
John D. Evans, collector, Scranton.
George Fashold, blacksmith, Scranton.
Edward Burke, miner, Olyphant.
J. T. Fahrenheit, merchant, Scranton.
Thomas Levison, merchant, Carbondale,
Anthony Walsh, maBon, Scranton,
Thomas B. McAnulty, merchant.Arcubald.
Michael McDounell, agent, Moosio.
P. J. McDonnell, miner, Carbondale.
Arja Powell, bookkeeper, Scranton.
John Allen, miner, Fell township.
W. R. Williams, gent., 15th w'd, Scranton.
George Gebhart, assisslaut supt, Jormyn.
Patrick Foy, butcher, Scranton,
Albert Graves, farmer, Scott.
Fred Piatt, electrician, Scranton.
Frank P. Christian, electrician, Scranton.
George B. Hoffman, clerk, Scranton.
Peter Bennehoffer, butcher, Scranton.
Fred Lloyd, watchman, Blakeiy.
PRESS CLUB REGATTA NOTES.
In order that the people on shore and in
the grove may know when a race is start
ed, a signal gun will be fired from the
judges' barge. This will give every one
warning that the race is on, and all can be
on baud for the grand linishes.
There will be a large number of white
satin badges to present to tbe ladies who
accompany the Press club excursion to
Lake Ariel next Tuesday for the rpgntta.
The number is limited to several hundred,
and they will be pretty souvenirs of the
The double-sculls and the four-onred
shells are showiug up big iu the eutiies for
the regatta. TheBe races in all the several
classes will be among the greatest of tbe
day, and as it is necossary to start some of
these at 11 o'clock, it is essential that peo
ple get over to the lelie early.
The membors of the Scranton Press club
win hold a social session at tlmir rooms on
Monday evening and eniertain tbe friends
who accompauv the visiting oarsmen.
They especially inviie all their friendsand
honorary members to be present, if only
for a few minutes call. Those who have
been there before will not miss this recep
William Qoodkind, of the Lone Star Boat
club, of New York city, will arrive in this
city today ana go immediately to Lake
Ariel, and spend the time intervening be
tween now and Tuesday practicing for the
races of the Press club regatta. Mr. Good
kind is very prominent among New York
scullers, having been successful in many
of tbe regattas held in that part of the
Among the regatta entries rocoived yes
terday were those of a senior four from the
Delnwaro Boat club, of Chicago, and a
senior single from the Western Rowing
club, of St. Louis. These oarsmen are ut
the Nutionnl regatta at Saratoga todav
and come here ou Monday over the Dela
ware nud Hudson railroad, and will be
transferred via Johnson's switch to the
.Erie and Wyoming Valley ruilroad aud
thence to the lake.
The following honorary members of the
Scruiiton Press club have been delegated
as a special honorary reception committee
for the day of the regatta ut Lako Ariel
next Tuesday: Hon, R. W. Arclibuld, lion.
F. W. Guusler, Hon. 11, M. E awards, lion.
W. L. Conuell, mayor; Hon. J. A. Scran
ton, Hon. J. U. Follows, ex-mayor; Hon.
John P. Kellv, Charles Robinson, Clarence
E. Pry or, James G. B'iley, D. W. Powell,
John J. Fahey, Georg.' L. Horn, Henry J.
Koehler and Bernard Mogargeo.
TRIBES OF RED MEM.
Witness an A dip. ion and Hunter's
A large number of It 'd linn followed
tile trails from the South Side, Provi
dence and Ilnle Park last night to tile
camp of the Pocono and Lv-lIii-IInnnu
tribes at 410 Lickawatin:i HVenu",
where an adoption w is made by teams
from the two tribes.
Alter the adoption the hunter's de
gree conferred upon three mem
bers and the pow-wow lasted until a
Miss Elzibeth Jo. ph Married to
William P Snath.
A very pretty wed lin was solemn
ized last evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Joseph, of Avenue
D. Tne contracting parties were their
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Jane Joseph,
to William P. Snath, of Olypliant.
The ceri iiiony was p-rformed in the
pallor, by lie v. V. D. Thomas,
of I'ittston, in the presence ot
a large number of friends. Th brides
maid was . Mias Elizabeth Joseph and
tbe groomsman Joseph Honer.
The bride was attired in a ccstunn
of dotted cream aud carried white
roses. The bridtsmaid wore a handsome
dress. After thu crreinony the gu-s's
sat down to an excellent wed ling re
past and a sociable evening was np nt.
Tbe Cuui'oro-Auturicati Ulee party sang
Heveral selections. The newly married
couple will refide at Breaker street iu
Olypiiant. Among those present from
O.ypbant were T. F. Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Stithel, Georgi lloyles and
AN EVENING PARTY.
Mr and Mrs. LnJwiv EnterUin Dis
At the house of Mr, and Mrs. Lot
Lnd wig, of North Ilyd? Park avnu
last evening a social was given in
honor of Mr. and Mr. Djnister. of
Philadelphia, and Miss Mun, of Mout
roso. A largo nnmber were present and Rn
enj iyuble time bad in dancing, games
and other social diversions. Ryfresu
ments were served at a late hour.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
John Thomas of Lafayette street, is re
covering from an illness,
Mrs. Morgan Thomas and Mrs. W, C.
Jones have returned from Lnusford.
Mrs. M. Muir of Montrose, is visiting
her parents on North Rebecca avenue.
Miss Mary Owens, of South Sumner av
enue, is visitiug friends in Carboudalo.
George Brown, of Robinson streot, will
leave this week for a stay at Montrose,
Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis, of Eynon
airti are spending a week at Lily lake.
Tu s E. Richards of North Main
avenue; is recovering from a sprained
Miss Maggie Davios, of North Bromley
avenue, has returned from a trip to Bal
timore. Mrs. Thomas Phillips and Mr. and Mrs
Streeter, of Jackson street, are sojourning
Sam McKeover, of Jackson street, will
leave on Saturday for a weok's sojourn at
The Misses Snrah and Kate Kresje. of
North Hyde Park avenue, aro visiting
friends iu Kresgevillo.
Oliver Paul and daughter, Miss May, of
North Eromley avenue, will leave for
Ocean Grove ou Saturday.
Mrs. James P. Harris of Swetland
street, gave a 5 o'clock tea yesterday in
honor of her sisters, Mrs. M. Muir, of
Montrose, Pa., and Mrs. William Demp
ster of Gurmautown, Philadelphia.
N0ETH END BRIEFS.
Rev, D. A. Evans will prench nt the
Wolsh Baptist church on Sunday evening.
The acting rector of St. Paul's, Green
Ridge, is eutertnining his parents, Mr. aud
Mrs. Dunn, of Wilmington, Del.
Mrs. B. andM. Walker, of Pittstoh, and
Miss Agnes Rvan, of Philadelphia, are
visiting with Miss Kate Clifford, of Yard
Mrs. Ruth Davis is recovering rapidly
from the accident to her foot and will
probably bo nble to accompany her friends
on vacation on Saturday.
An ice cream social nndertlie auspices of
the Luther league will be held at the resi
dence of Henry Herat, of Court streot, this
evening, A baud will also be in attend
ance. Extensive arrnngpments are being mado
in view of the Odd fellows excursion to
Harvey's lake tomorrow. The train will
leave Cayuga, Providuuce at 7.15 and will
stop at the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western depot at Scranton at 7.30 aud also
at Bellevue and Taylor.
The Green Rnlce Baptist church hold its
annual picnic yesterday at Lnuial Hill
park. Iu the nf ternoon various piocei of
niUHio wore sung, conducted by T. Owen
Charles. A new choir is being organised
in connection with the church and the
mnttor has been warinh- taken up by the
Christian Endeavor society. Choir prac
tice is hold each Suuday from 8 to 7.
The following were elected officers of
tbe Welsh Bnptiftt Church union in con
nection with the Young Po iple's a a icia
tion; President, Jehu M. Jehu; vice presi
dent, Mrs. W. R. Owens: secretary, Mis
E-ther Ann Jones; treasurer, W. T.
Thomas; choristr, George Duvios: organ
ist, Mi ks Bertha Simrns. William Pugh,
John H. Evans and Miss Jennie Evaus
were appointed to attond the convention
at I'htston on Aug. 2D in connection with
tbe Young People's Baptist union.
Elegantly framed pictures aro being sold
for half price of frame. Chicago Art Co.,
1U7 Penn avenue.
Butldinir material frr Sale.
Inquire nt Conrad Schroeder's ofllce,
ESTMAN-In Fcrai:ton, Aug. 0, Francis,
daughter of Daniel and Lizzie Estmnn,
nged 10 years and 8 months, at the fam
ily residence, 4J1 Birch street. Funeral
CROFT In Scranton. Aug. 0, Edith, old
est daughter t Mr, aud .Vis. Isaac Croft,
at the home of ber parents, 611 Kressler
courr, at 6 a.m., aged 10 years, 6 months
and 4 days. Siroudsburg papers please
GEORGE KE11L HELD.
Other Men Whom Dr. Haggerty Had
Arrested Were Discharged by
Gforge Kerl, tbe Conway ITonsn bar
tender, was held in the sum of $1 000
bail by Alderman FulUr for assaulting
Dr. William Haggerty. J. D. Clark
became Kerl'a security. W. A. St. John,
John Nilanrt, William F'atchen, Simon
Coffey and P. P. Jordan were also
cb irged with assault out were dis
charged. The defendants were repre
sented by Attorney John B. Ceilings,
and Dr. Haggerty by Attorney E. C.
The plaintiff and M. J. Kceley agreed
in their testimony that on the night ( f
the , fracas lvrl followed Dr. il.i-g rty
from tne 1'i.cilic hotel and precipitated
the trouble by hurling n barrel at the
plaintiff and afterward jumping upon
him aud kicking bis face and body as
he lay in the street.
John O'Uoyle, of Lackawanna nvo
ntie, testiiied that be saw St. John,
Coffee and Nilaud walking down tbe
street, the former reciting some trouble
lie bad with Dr. Haggerty at tlio race
track. To Coffee and Niland, St. Johu
said: "Hoys, let's go down aud take a
drink and see the f uu ; if George 'does"
the doctor I'll go bis bail."
At this point in the proceedings
Patchen, Coff.iy, Niland aud St. Jehu
wire discharged on motion of their at
torney. P. J, Jord.tn was given a fur
ther hearing because in the evidence of
Keeley, Jordan appeared as having par
ticipited in the tight. Tbo evidence of
St. John, Frank Gadsw jod-t and Jor
dan convinced the uld Tiuan that the
latter figured only in the capacity of a
peacemaker and he was discharged,
THIRD ANNUAL TOURNAMENT.
Will Be Etldb theSoranton Lawn Club
at Piatt Place.
The third annual tennis tournament
of the Scrautou Lawn club will be held
Friday aud Saturday, Sept. 7 aud 8 on
the Piatt Place grounds. The events
will consist of singles and doubles for
men only, nud will be open to all
Handsome prizes will be awarded
winners of each event, for which tbe
entrance fee is $1 for singles and $1 50
for doubles. Play will b.i called at 10
o'clock a. in., S"pt. 7. Eutrits will t-
received until 0 p, tu. Sept. G by Alfred
G. Hunt, treasurer, or H. S. Kirkpat
Auuounci nient of the tourney has
been niad to various clubs and players
iu ail the nearby loolities, au l U is
probable that the tournament will in
clude a larger number of players than
iid tbe contests of the two preceding
Tne date seems to have beeu hotter
choseu tliau that of the Carbondale
club tourney at Farview, Aug, 10,
which may be too early to attract tuu
hundreds who aro at the summer re
sorts. Tiie Scranton nll'tir will prob
ably signal the return of the social ele
ment and will h the forerunner of a
succession ot informal gaities until tiie
men aud young ludies leave for college
SCRANTON DELEGATES HOME.
Eoport National Tenip-ranca Convention
at Cliicigo Vaiy Successful.
C. G. Boland and James F. Judgo, of
this city, delegates who attended the
annual convention of the Catholic To
tal Abstinence Union of America at St,
Paul, Minn., returned yesterday.
They repoit that the ccuveution was
a most earnest and proflubl one und
that by it the hands of the Father
Mithew workers throughout tlui
country will be greatly strengttient d.
ltev. P. J McMauus, of this city, was
nominated for second vice president
by M. Burke, of Carbondale. His
name evoked much enthusiasm and he
was unanimously elected,
The next convention of the union,
one year hence, will bo held in New
INSTRUCTED FOR WARREN.
Delegates of the Thirteenth Ward Club
Elected Last Night.
At ft meeting of the Thirteenth
Ward Republican club last evetiing iu
the oQice of Alderman Bailey three
delegates and as many alternates wero
elected to reprcssul the club at tiie
convuntion of Republican clubs at Il-ir-risburg
Spt. 5. E II. Shutlell, C. S.
Fowler, jr., and M. W. Finn were
elected delegates, aud C. B. Gardner,
A. C. Bailey aud C. S. Jacobs alter
nates. The delegation will support Major
Everett Warreii for president of tie
State League of R -publican clubs nnd
will leave Scranton the day preceding
ACTIONS TO RECOVER DAMAGES.
Brought by Elawltts Atralnst Central
Railroad of Haw J.iriey.
On Oct. 10 last, Miss Frances L.Blew
itt, daughter of Mine Lisp; ctor Patrick
Blewitt, was injured by jumping from
a passenger train ou the Central Kail
road of New Jersey, Two trains col
lided at the Fifth avenne station aud
Miss Blewitt, fearing she would be in
Her leg was fractured and she bus
been unable to use tbe member since.
Yesterday two suits for damages were
brought against the company; one by
Miss Blewitt to recover JiO.OOO dam
ages, aud auotuer by ber lather for
ffi 000. Attorneys Jessups & H tud rep
resent the plaintiffs in both cases.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Tte funernl of the late Edward Fasiold
took place yesterday afternoon and was
Mrs. Bridget (jninn, an old residont of
th city, died Wednesday at the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Tiguo, of
Pittston avenue. She was 75 years of age.
The picnic of the Saengerrunde at Cen
tral park last night was a delightful affair
aud was attended by a largo number of
singing societies of this ciiy nud its vi
cinity. On Saturday afternoon the funeral of
the late Mrs. Kate llartmau will take
plure. She was a highly lespccted lady
and is survived by a husband uud three
children. Services will hj held at the
Hickory street Presbyterian church nud
iutermeut made iu Pitlstou avenue ceme
tery. An interesting social event wns the
birthday prty tendered to Richard Read
miller at bis home Wedneml.iy evening.
Among those who attended it were: .Misses
Kate Troy, Kat Burns, Maggie Konp,
CanJiue Krnft, Maggie Luby, Minnie lier
noski, Emma and Nannie Barr, Katie
Kloss, Mamie Eiilen, Li.zih Gauz, Annie
Roiick nnd .Yessrg. Joseph Poll, Joseph
aud Jacob Brier, James Johnson, William
R. up, Albei t Kraft, Henry Weis, Johu
Krueaier, Henry and John Sieinlino,
George and John Hetler, Frank Kloss,
Frank and Joseph Readmiller.
Brotherhood cf Railroad Tralnmtn.
Fit st grand excuision of Moses Taylor
lodge, 42n, to Northumberland ami dem
ons' park Aug. 14. Trains leave Dnlaware,
Lackawanna and Western depot at 6 a.
m., stopping at Taylor, Pitta ton, Kingston
THOSE ELECTRIC SIGNALS.
The Entire Frolcville Una Slay Be Sup
plied with Them.
The recent test of hand-operated
elcctrio signals by the Scranton Trac
tion company on four switches of tiie
Providence line proved successful.
The signal company submitted a
proposition to tho Traction company to
equip the eutire system, but a further
test is desired aud negotiations lire
pending to first try the signals on tuu
entirit Peckville lino.
If the signul company consent to do
tin- and the result is satisfactory tho
entiro system will evontuiilly be sup
plied with the lights,
To the Gea Ohor V.n the Lohlgh Vulioy
Special excursion to Atlantic City via
Lehigh Valley railroad ou Auv. 15.
Extremely low rates from all stations.
Tickets gocd frr ton dnvs. Apply to ngeuts
for tlckeis, time of train, Pullman reser
vations, etc. "
Pure water secures good health. T. F.
Leonard, at 5o5 Ijuckawuuua avenu ', has
for sale four styles of Btonii water filters
that are sold tit prices within reach of all,
and aro as easily cleaned nuil taken care of
as a waier pail, and will last for years.
Tim filter is nil h'tone, nothing to ru t, cor
rode or become foul und will lifter from
four to twelve gallons pur day. Drop iu
nud bee them. '
Ward"d Cff DUcaso,
"1 have u ed several bottles of Hood's
Snr.-arparilla and found it to be all that it
is recommended. It Inn warded off dis
eases I'roiu several nic tubers of the family."
Mary A. Ycakor, Eiuihurst, Pa.
Hood's Piu.s cures sick headache.
SOLE AGENTS FOR"
LIBBEY'S GOT .GLASS
LARGEST LINE OF
Haviland & Co.'s
Cllina Wllit0 nnd Dacorated.
Chamber Sets, &A
WEICHEL & MILLAR
Ii6 Wyoming Ave.
If a Tornado
It would causs little more
surprise to our citizens than
' SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
HAS DONE .
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, remember there
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
Cur Inn of Groceries is
complete ani you can
rely on them being the
If you want a delicious,
high-flavored T3A, try
our New Crop JAPAN
for 50c; 70rth 75c.
4:7 LACKAWANNA AVE,
Jrft at Present the Must Popnlar unit rrifcrred to
Varerooms: Onysite Oiluttfws Monument,
COP tinning and soldering nil rlono away
with liv the nsoot HAIiT.MAN S i AT-
ENT PA1ST, which consists ot ingrcdi nts
well-known to all It can bo applied to tin,
Salvinizod tin, sh -ot Iron roots, a: so to brick
wclllmja, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or broukmit of the
brick. It will outlast tinning ot any kind by
many yenrs.nml it's cost (lnna not excee t ono
flfth that of :he cost of tinning. U sold bj
the job or pnuud. Contracts taken by
AN TO MO UAjailAIsN, fc7 blroh St.
You ieed Them
Aud 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
lilack berge Coat.
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
if pi p
IU LJ L N
308 Lacka. A
II loz. Li
To be closed
CAPS, worth from 22c. to
be closed cut at
I At less than HAL?
goods in proportion.
WILL BUY A
It's a Groat Check
To tho follti wlmnm clntm'n they nnflnrwlt
111 otheri to fi ml that with mt tho loit fuss
or blunter wo are triving cutoiii' rs tho ben.
eilt ol such opportunities ns t iese.
A Stnoltv Mli;ll (irndi l.lL-bt-welgtl t'
H heel, 18111 imllern, f rOltll eiisll.
1H!I3 piiltern, SI.IO Wheel, for If!':
lHtlltiiittern, 100 Mieel, liir ,l.'i csli,,
Theso prices mako tho bnsinegs atourstortv'
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. II C. A. BUILDING.
Malcaey 0.1 and Manufac
Have removed their office to their
141, 143,145,147,149, 15)
TELEPHONE KUMI33R. 8GS1
'S LIKE A GOOD TEMP2S, "IT UH2D3 A
The proper thing for
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01. -C, v:
Cli V 2
p., TVT rip m.T"f Tp-T r
S)ecmlit on tho Eye. lle.nli.ciie.-i mi l i'er.
"i P ifi - '
to u 1 I 1 l t
voUMie.-.'i veiU'Veo.. Lao s; aim lmoioveil iS'yle ot
EVj;l-te:.e nnd ripect.iclc at tli Ljuo.t IViCiu.
liect Artilicial Kve-i ius.'.-to i for
utlj SI'Ul'Ci'l hi'., 0,1.. UiulVs; (Xuoa.
tl. A. EiULEERT'3
ity Musio Stcro,
fTFvIW A Y SOV
DiX KIOH lii'.OTH5'U3
Anullior Advon'.c of
Or.S. IIKN'WO(H) A; WAIliH.l.I.:
OI.M'l.i;li:N-It. uari!R me ri-oiiI
ploft-sitre toal.ttt thttt our iteiv i-oi-imi
llf CXtrHctillU Irrtll Wilis 11 Ul'll.l.. Mirt-t it
my Case, Hull I henrlilv receuiUM'Tnl It 14
nil. I him rn I) luiliv Hull iitlivm Mill
ieat its ill) rilis.
Youth reNrti-rl fully,
CAl'l'. U. t. lUlVAit,' l-cruutoii,
Henooi & Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on mid utter Slav 21 make ',-ro it reiltrn
tlon in the juiccR t,t iilntes. All soik kuur
aulouJ Urut-cLibH iu ovoi y particular,
A. V. JUKISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICVCLKS AM) KronXlNO
Victor, GeoJron, Kelipso, LovelL Diamom
and Other hucla.