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TILLS SCliAKTON TRIJJUNE MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13. 185)4.
134 Wyoming Ave.
We will show you what
; you want.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
' And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Co
EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J
THE BEWUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITU13
G., B. & Co.,
mnr!ntoi nn Each Clnw.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
llitui UUlsK bUUAUK.
DR. H. B. WARE will be
in his office on and after
the first week in Septem
ber. To the Republican Party of Lacka
- wanna County:
I hereby announce that I Wilt be a
candidate for the office of recorder of
deeds of Lackawanna county before
the next Republican convention.
H. L. HALSTEAD.
Albert G. Bunt is at Cottage City.
J. W. Peck and family, left on Saturday
lor Atlantic city.
' A. C. Monies, of Green Eidge street, is
in ixew lorn city.
Fred J. Ainsden, the architect, was in
PlyuioutU on Saturday.
Organist Carter returned Saturday
eveuing from Slascoustit, Mass.
Miss Edith Jones, of Jefferson avenue,
spent Sunday with friends inDalton.
Dr. H. B. Clearwater has returned from
a two week' fishing trip through Pike
Dr. Ware has left town for his annual
vacation and will not return nntil about
T. J. Bnowden and family left on Satur
day for a few weeks' sojuurn at Scotts
Miss Welkers, of Monroe avenue, has
rerurned from a few weeks' sojourn at
Rev. Fnther Aust, of the South Side. was
in Plymouth Saturday, the guest or Rev.
Miss Belle Beaver, who has b-!en the
guest of Mrs. H. A. Connell for the past
few weeks, returned to her home in Dan
ville on Saturday.
Miss Emaliue Killam, who is summer
ing with her parents at Paupack was the
guest of Miis Mae Mhsou, of Sanderson
W. P. Kingsbury and T. Gushing Jones,
will leave to-morrow for Broadwater, Va.,
where they will train for the University
of Pennsylvania foot ball team.
STAMPS STIll MISSING.
And It Is Likely Thty Will Be for Eomt
Time to Come.
The government inspectors announce
that they have failed so far to give any
filttW to tho wharaahnnta Af th mtnan
postage stamps or the identity of the
Tbsv. however fool ifnfirlflrifc that
the firt attempt that is mad to dii-
. .1 M, , . . . ...
jiuo ui mom win uiseiose toe identity
of the robbers, as every avenue through
which tbey might be disposed of is be
ing closely watehed,
THE PARK HILL CAVE-IN,
No Farther Settling- Takes Plies and
Beeideats Feeling Bailor.
The surface over the oaved-in Belle
vue slope has showed no signs of fur
tber settling, and the fears of the peo
ple of the disturbed locality are al
layed. Those who . were afraid of a farther
cave-in have returned to their homes,
and onse again fires have been started
in the stoves.
Building- Material for Bale.
Inquire at Conrad Schroeder's office,
Bucklen's Arnloa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts
Braises, Sores, Uloers, Salt Rhsum. Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cares Piles, or no pay required. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price H5 cents per
bos. For sale by Matthews Bros.
of New York city, will be in his Scranton
office. 441 Wvomins avenue, every Mon
day from 8 in the morning nntil 9 in the
HENORTU END SUNDAY
Ministers Pledged to Have the Day Properly
H0LES-1N-THE-WALL MOST GO
Welsh Ministers and Church Consp
irations Ask Aid from Other
Churches and Have Declared War
Against Illegal Liquor Traffic The
Tribune Endorsed for Giving the
Matter Publicity Bishop Warren's
Catholic Proclamation Ratified.
An enthusiastic meeting comprising
the Welsh churches aud the Puritan
chureh of Providence, was held yester
day morning ut the Welsh Congregation
al ouureh which was filled with a large
aud thoroughly appreciative audience
who were unanimously enthusiaatlo in
the forward movement for closiug the
saloons on the Sabbath day aud to
aooiisa the holes-lu-too-wall so numer
ous in the North Eud.
Iloury Jenkius. on behalf of the
church, welcomed the various friends
aud brUily explained the object of the
meeting. Tbey were determined, he.
stated, as citizens to demand that tiie
law lor the protection and the proper
observance of the Sabbath be faithfully
carried out. He then called upon the
Rev. F. R. Watklns to conduct the
proceedings of the oouventlsn.
Alter the chairman bad coneiouea
the opeuiug services he called upou
Hev. D. A. Evans who stated that
when he returned a few days ago he
was much moved to note iu the
Tribune a lettei from the Rev. D. M.
Kiuter with allusions to Providence in
which it was stated that the first of
their seotion was better than the pres
ent and that there was a time in Prov
iders wben the Sabbath was better
observed aud a time when there were
no boles-iu-ths-wall. These allusions
were most dlsvncouraging and it was
most paiuful to them as ministers of
the Gospel to see these retrogressive
PROOF 13 PLENTIFUL.
Sometbiug must indeed be wrong
somewhere and it made one think that
there were perilous times coming ou
earth. Tbey could not shirk the ques
tion but must boldly faos the problem.
It required great moral courage to
solve this matter than in any other
question tbey cauld think of. They
were not lu need of facts to prove that
the present days were evil aud in no
period of bis existence bad he observed
selfishness so prominent and the laek
of the great principle of love. These
conditions must be altered to secure
sueceis for their movement This was
a great opportunity for the church to
lift her voice against the desecration of
the bubbatb aud to set an example for
the proper observance of the d.iy as a
day of worship aud of rest.
The Sabbath is the heritage of man
and it is the busiuess of the state to
protect him in the enjoyment of it.
The speaker then stated that if we
could place ourselves iu the poaitions
of the old Purituns, we would agree
that they were right in their laws and
that the men of the present generation
who are trying t J repeal that law are
With regard to the "holes in the
wall," the revereud gentleman paid a
tribute to The Tribune for the article
which had appeared supporting the
movement for the abolition of these
drinking shops aud denounced in em
phatic terms the way in which the
"infernal business" was carried on in
their midst. They ought not to be
satiified with making speeches and
pasting resolutions and he hoped ull
would take individual action to do their
utmost to further the objects of the
David Griffiths followed upon the
objects of the various churches in far
tuering the movement.
WORK OP THE COMMITTEE. ,
Thomas J. Lewis reported the work
of the committee who have charge of
the movement. All Christian iuemtrs
the paramount importance of setting
an example in properly observing the
Sabbath. He stated that the commit
tee would ask the four other eburobes
of Providence to unite with them in
the crusade. They hoped Iu time that
tbe movement would be taken ud by
the whole of tbe churches in tbe city.
William Simms also spoke upon tbe
same point, ami was followed by
Thomas Jehu (Llsw y Bryn), who re
cited some Welsh verses composed by
himself for the oocasion, which raised
tbe enthusiasm of tbe audience consid
The following resolutions, proposed
by the Rev. U. A. Evans, seconded i y
Henry Jenkins, were then unanimously
That this meeting pledges itself to use
all legitimate moans to enforce the proper
observance of tbe Sabbath aud exhorts all
members of Christian churches to assist
by showing an example in abstaining from
all wordly trafllo on the Sabbath.
That this meeting desires to endorse the
articles which have appeared In tbe
Scranton Tribune relative to the orusade
against illegal liquor traffic, and resolves
to heartily subpart the movement for tbe
BDonuen or umiueusea crinking enops,
which tbry are convinced are a source of
great degradatiaa and bave been the
means of promotlug vice in Providence to
an extent bitherto unknown,
Tbe chairmen referred to tbe recent
proclamation of Bishop Warren to the
Roman Catholio soeieties and proposed
a resolution congratulating tbe Roman
Catholic church upon their uction with
regard to the church members inter
ested in tbe liquor traffic, which was
adopted without disssnt,
After a brief address from Rjv. Mr.
Darey. of Green Ridge, the meeting
wss brought to a close by tbe singing
of tbe celebrated Welsh tune, "Aber
ystuyth," t ,
To tbe Sea Shore Via the Lehigh Valley
Special excursion to Atlantio City via
Lehigh Valley railroad on Aug. 15.
Extremely low rates from nil stations.
Tickets good for ten days. Apply to agents
for tickets, time of train, Pullman reser
Frietde of William J. Thomas Fay His
William J. Thomas, who recently
met with an accident at tbe Marvine
shaft, was conveyed to Wells' Eye hos
pital, Philadelphia, on Saturday in tbe
charge of Dr. Donne. Upon his return
home yesterday Dr. Donne stated that
tbe hospital authorities made an ex
amination which gave favorable hopes
for Thomas' eye sight, but be could not
state definitely what the result would
be as yet.
Thomas W. Thoinss and Owen Cox
were appointed to solicit subscriptions
to discharge tbe liabilities conncoted
with Thomas' stay at the hospital and
bave raised $24 for the purpose, the
following having given $1 or mere:
Thomas Jehu. Fenner & CbaDpell, D.
D, Jones, M. V. Morris, M. F. Leonard,
C. J. Gillespie, J. J. White, William
Herbluc John J. Morris, T. E. Jones,
Rgii & Flynn, Luther Elwards, C.
E Pryor, Dr. Donne, John Kelly, Mrs.
Edwards, John Edwirds.
NOTES AN6 PERSONAL MENTION.
Harry Jenkins, of Putnam street, who
was married to Miss Nellie Willllnms. of
Hyde Park, on Thursday last, will reside
in Brooklyn, N. Y., where he has secured
an appoiutiuent as bookkeeper.
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Duvis (nee Sim
mons) bave Btarted boutokoepiug on Put
Jacob R. Bloom, who is 03 years of acre,
is an invalid at nis residence ou Church
avenue. Mr. Bloom Is oue of the oldest
Miss Annie Mulley is enjoying a vaca
tion at Luke Sheridan.
From the report in nuotlier column of
the Siiudny observance meeting It will be
Been that the action of T UK Thuiune was
himrtily approved in connection with the
movement for banishing the thebeens.
Several of the delegates md mouibere at
the meeting tendered their personal
thanks aud expresd their gratitude to
Tim Trirunk lor tho way it leads its con
temporaries lu this important questiou
and also its vnluablo support in other pop
Elegantly framed pictures are being sold
for half price of frame. Chicugo Art Co.,
1.7 Penn avenue.
Rtcso Evans and son, Mrs. D. H. Price
and Mrs. T. K. Jouen, of this section, will
sail on Aug. 15 for Wales.
L. N, Roberts, ticket ngont, reports a
brisk busiuess of holiday makers across
H. Palmer, of Mulley's store, loft today
for Brooklyn, Susquohuuua county, for his
Rev. R. S. Jonos. D. D., aud Rov. W. F.
Davis are enjoying a mouth's vacation.
Cannon Wants to Sprint With Some One
cf Our lutooals.
Fatrick Caunon the proprietor of a
saloon on tbe corner of Fi Injure avenue
and Jackson street, is very anxious to
run a race with auy oillier ,ou the
Scranton police force, '
Mr. Cannou desires to run for a wagor,
and prefers to run with ofllours Sattrey,
Lewis or Waleh. Cuniion Is a heavy
weight, tipping tbe scales of 200
pounds, anu wants a foot st trt in a 00
yard rase with Officer Saltry.
EARLY MORNING FIRE.
Slight EUzs at tho Hjmt of Harry
The alarm of fire which was sounded
from box 31 at the corner of Twelfth
aud Luzsrue streets ut 4 o'clock ou
Saturday morning was caused by a
slight fire iu the borne of Harry Muy
ou Twelfth street.
Tbe Frauklin and Columbia fire
companies responded but their serv
ices were not required. The damage
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Benjumlu Evans, of Twelfth streot, left
on Saturday for a visit with friends in
James Powell and James Burke, ot
Clarke Brothers, are sojourning at Luke
T. M. Miller and daughter, of Washburn
street, have returned home from a few
weeks' stay nt Atlantic City.
Judge Henry M. Edwards and family, of
South Main avenue, have returned from
Ailmitio City. During his stay there he
caught many Hno.bluo dsn.
Louis Stevens and .daughter, Edna, of
North Sumner avenue, are enjoying a trip
to Niagara Falls and Toronto.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis, Mrs.
Thomas Lewis and David James, all, of
Eyuou street, have returned from Niagara
Misses Cassie nnd Anna Price, of King
ston, are the guests of frieuds on this
Mr. and Mr. Paff and daughter, Jonnio,
of Liucoln aveuue, are visiting friends iu
Miss Lena Foster and Mame Burns, of
North Lincoln avenue, leavo to-day for a
week at Lake Winola.
Dr. M. J. Williams, of South Main ave
nue, is the guest ot friouds in Ojivoko.
Profossot W, Georgo Powell, of North
Lincoln avenue, is confined to bis home
Miss Stella Banning, of North Lincoln
avenue, is visiting frionds in Great Bend.
Hiss Charlotte Wilhelm, of Bethlehem,
is the guest of Miss Jennie Lowry, of South
Miss Leah Howell, of North Lincoln
avenue, is ill, ,
Chief Engineer Ferber aud family, of
South Main avenue, are attending a con
vention of tiro chiefs at Toronto, Can.
We nre clearing out tho whole of our
stork of fine e things. Chicago Art Co.,
j!J7 Penn aveuue.
TO MOUNTAIN PARK TODAY,
St. Peter's Exoursion Will Go to That
Oue of tbe pleasure events of tbe
year which is always anxiously looked
for is tbe excursion of tbe congregation
of St. Peter's cathedral. Today this
annual event will ocour, and if the
westber is propitious it will no doubt
be one of the largest that ever left this
Mountain park the objective poiu',
is one of the best fitted piuuio grouuds
to be found anywhere and the commit
tee having charge of tbe exoursiou is
leaving no stone nntnrnod to make tbe
affair a grand success, Cone.qnuntly
those who attend can rely upou putting
iu a well. spent day. The geuerol
committee nut yesterday afti
uoon at 4 o'clock iu College hall aud
from tbe reports given by the commit
teemen it is thought that even a larger
crowd thun that which accompanied
the excursion last year will be ut
Mountain Park today,
Fcran ton's Business Interest!,
Tub Tiuni'NE will soon publish a care
fully cou.piled and classified list ot the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
aud vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure viows of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens, No
similar work has ever givau an equal rep
resentation of Scrauton's many indus
tries. Jt will bo au invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Seut to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an ' unequallsd
advertisement of the city. Tbe circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to thone concerned as well as the city
at large. Representatives of Tun Tribunh
Will Call Upou THOSE WHOSE NAMES
are desired in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their resldencos
In this edition will please have notice at
Muslo Boxes Exclusively.
Best made. Play any desired numbor of
tunes. Gautscbi & Sons., manufacturers,
10S0 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orcbestrial organs, only $5 and $10.
Specialty: Old musio boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with new tunes.
$40,000 Sobool House No. E7,
E, L. Walter, architect, bids to be opened
this month. to be builton Columbia avenue.
Lots for sale on this avenue at low prices
for a brief period.
Pillsdury's Best makes best bread..
NOTES GF1I1 SIDE
War Follows the Charges of George Frable
Against tbe Couocllmin.
IT WAV B1YALLEX0W COIMITTEE
All the Councilman are Anxious, They
Say, for the Fullest Examination of
Their Accounts Changes in the
Street Car Crews to Take Effect
Tomorrow An Error in Report of
a Church Contest Other News,
No subject has precipitated more
couiinunt and treater criticism in the
history of booth bide polities than the
open charge against the couuoiloien by
Ueorge Frable at tbe meeting of the
board of trade last Friday night. Tbe
point Mr. Frable wishes to converge
tbe attention of tbe 01112403 upou, is
not exactly the arraignment of tbe
councilman on tbe charge of any crook
edness or inconsistencies, but that the
servitors of the taxpayers bave not
judiciously expended the ward appro
priations, or at least tbat their work,
xs in the case cf the Rockafellow bank.
does not show where tbe money went.
uuiuollnian r. J. ilickey, of the
Nineteenth ward, was met yesterday
by a Tribune reporter, and asked to
discuss tue matter. Mr. Hickey re
plied that the ward appropriations
sinoe he became a member of the coun
cils were expended as judiciously aud
carefully as if it were bis own money,
iind that any person who wishes to in
vestigate bis amounts and time book
will be cheerfully allowed to do so, and
that every possible assistance will be
glvn by bimsslf and his colleague,
Charles V. Westpfabl toward throw
ing light on the subject.
The other eouuoilmen of the South
Bide say tho same, and before the m it
ter is ended there promises to be some
CHANGE IN STREET CAR CREWS.
To Go Into Eff.ct on t'ne South Side
Tbe proposed changes which were
mentioued two weeks ago regarding
the crews on the South Side 'and City
lino and Greenwood branches, but
were subsequently rescinded, will Uks
lluct to-uiorrow with slight modifica
tions. Conductor Adam Pautle will be
transferred to the .Luzerne street line,
and Motormau James Higglus to the
(iren Ridge Suburban. Tue 12 -hour
crews on the South Side line will be
Kelly and Gallagher, Foy and Mogg.
The long and short day crew will be
Mauley and Sontug, White aud P.
Grimes. The half day crews will be
J. Phillips aud Quiunan, McAudrew
and Burke, and liullard aud Keogh.
'The city line aud Greenwood branch
will be iu charge of Davis and Cotter,
Drumniy and O'Dounell. Tie sched
ule now in effect will be continued un
til further notice is giv!n.
AN INCORRECT STATEMENT.
Kits Annl Dowlioa's Efforts Entitle
Her to S-CDud Place.
The published accounts of the con
test amoug threo young ladies of Si.
John's parish do au injustice to Miss
Annie Dowling, one of the contestants.
She is placed last whan tho amouut of
money collected by her entitles her to
This refers to tbe contest closed at
the recent festival held in the basi
lnent of St. John's cburch.
SOUTH SIOc JOTTINGS.
The funeral of John Kerwin, of Locust
street will bo held this morning. A re
qi.ioui mass will be sung at St. John's
church at 7.30, after which the remains
will he conveyed to Moscow for iutermeut.
Dr. aud Mrs. J. A. Mauley, are visiting
at Saratoga and will return homo Friday.
Dr. J. J. Walsh has charge of Dr. Mauley's
practice while he is away.
Announcements are made of the mar
iuges of JH-.B Biidget Coggius to Thomas
Ka..e, both of Cedar uvnue, and cf Miss
Julia O'Dounell, of Biruey avenue, to
John Con a boy, of Minooka. .
Druggist Daniel G. Golhert is rusticating
at Lake Henry.
Miss Lizzio Uockenburg, of Honosdale,
is viiiting Miss Mamie Fasshold, of Pitts
Antou Fiscb, of Cedar avenue, will go to
New York next month as a delegate to a
convention of German Catholio clubs.
WAR AT AN END.
Differences Between Taylor Borough and
Railway Offlolals Settled.
Tbe latest authentic advices state
that the street railway war now in
Taylor borough has come to an end
An amicable adjucttneut of the diff-'i-ences
has been made and work will l
bfgun on the railway in three weiVs
immediately after the gradiug, wbioh
has been the bone of conteution, Is
oompleted. By the terms of the settle
ment the railway company Is to psy
for grading for a width of seven fe' j
and pay half the expeuse of grsdi.ig
the reintining part of the street.
Tl consideration upon whic l tbe
company agrees to pay their r art of
the txpensu of gradiug is that a con
sldd'aole benefit will accrue to them if
the borough doss the work at the
pi't'Swot time instead of later, which
would materially interfere with thur
trtfflo should the gradiug be changed
and tbe law in tbe future,. Tbe rail
way company also agreed to keep tbt
road betweeu the truck in repair bu
refused to plauk the track.
Tho adjustment of this difflsulty wil
insure the early completion of tho liiv
Pure water secures good health. T. F.
Leonard, at 605 Lackawanna aveuue, ha
for Bale four stylos of stone water filter
that are sold at prices within rsach of all.
aud are ns easily cleaned and taken care of
us a water pail, and will last for years.
The flltwr is all stone, nothing to rust, cor
rode or become foul aud will After from
four to twelve gallons per day. Drop in
aud see theui.
Wardsd Off Slseaee,
"I have need severul bottles of Hood's
Ssrsarparilla and found it to be all that It
1b recommended. It bas warded off dis
eases from several members of the family,"
Mary A. Yeakor, Elmhurst, Pa.
Hoon's Piixs cures sick headache.
and a t.
113 Lacks. Ave.
REAL ESTATE PURCHASE.
J. W. Giierneey Pays $18,000 for Twen
ty Bix F.et Frout ig.
Music Dealer J. W. Guernsey bought
on Saturday from Dav d -m & Parker,
real estate agents, for $18 000, the prop
erty at 818 Washington avenue, having
a frontage of twenty-six feet
Mr. Guernsey owns the property ad
joining and contemplates erecting a
substantial S story stone building as
soon as be adopts plans and specifica
tions. Mothers! Mothsrsll Mothers'.!
Mrs.Winslow's Soothiug Syrup has been
used for over Dfty years by millions or
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect succuss. It soothes the child,
softens the gunis, allays all pain; euros
wind colic, and is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Fold bydiuggists in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask fur "Mrs.
WIubIow'b Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. Twenty-live cents a bot
tle. S. B. Duiifky, mate of the steamer Ari
zona, lia I bis foot badly jammed.
Thomas' Eelectrio Oil enrod it. Nothing
equil to it for a quick pain reliever.
Import Samples maan 20
per cent, less than import
No two pieces alike.
Flower Vases, Jarden
ieres, Plate3, Chocolate and
Tea Pots, &s.
To secure REAL BAR
GAINS, come at once.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
If a Tornado
It would cause little more
surprise to our citizens than
SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
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 T.3A, try
our New Crop JAPAN
for 50c; worth 75c.
4.7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
The Finest in the City
The latest improved fur
nishings and apparatus for
keeping meat, butter and eggs.
28 Wyoming Ave.
ire at Prsunt Sue Mutt TepnUr and I'rrftrrsd by
Wireroems: Opposite Columbus Monument,
"R v.'asMncton Av. Soranton.P,,
ROOFtlnnlner and solflerlnn; all done away
with l.v the use of HAHTMAN 8 l-AT-XNT
PA1MT, whluh eonslsU of iuKredl nts
well-known to all It can be sjipliad to tin,
Salvanized tin, eboet Iron roofs, also to brick
welllups, which will prevent absolutely any
crumhlini;, cracking or breiiking of the
brlek. It will outlast tlmiing ot auy kind by
Bonny years, and It's cost does not exooed one
flfth tkntof the cost of tinning. Is sold by
tbe Job or pound. Contracts taken by
NTUMU UAHiMANN, 627 Blroh Bt
You Meed 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
IZTartin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 Lacka. Ave.
uoz. Lace Gaps f
To be closed out at LESS than 1
CAPS, worth from 39c. to $1. 25, will f E? 1
be closed out at
At less than HALF VALUE and other s
goods in proportion. a
WILL BUY A
It's a Great Shock
to the folks who ars Hiiminsi they undersell
ill ottiors to and that with utt lie lonst fnss
or uluter we areuivlng ouftom-rs tue Don-
(fit of such opportunities as those.
1 A Slrietir Hlcli Urnilfl I.lcM-wolght
; tVht.pl, lilul iiuttnrn, fur SJllO cash,
i 1893 pultvrii, $.lft( Whul, for W7S.
1S!)4 pattern, 10O Wheel, lor i85 l
, those prices make tho bueiuoss at our store.
FLOREY G HOLT
Y. H. O. A. BUILDING.
lialonef Oil and
141 TO 151 MERIDIAN ST,
WHEN YOU WANT TO LOOK ON THE BRIGHT
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Eyeglasses and Spectacle; at the Lowest Prices.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for (5.
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GENTLEMKN-It affords me grta
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f extracting teeth was grand snceess IS
By ease, and I heartily recommend It te
sUU I sincerely hope that others will
tost Ite merits.
CAFT, 8. E. BUY ANT. Soraaton, Fss
Henwood & Wardell,
S16 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after Mav SI make a great redaa
tlna In the prices ot plates. All work giuuf
ante! flrat-cluss In every particular.
A. W. JURISCH v
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BIOTCLKS AND SPORTING
Victor, Qendron, Eclipse, LovelL Slamonk
and Other Wheela.