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THE SCTtANTON TRIBUNE SAT LTKDAY MORNING. AUGUST IS, 1894.
134 Wyoming Aye.
We will show ycu what
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALK TO
UHE THADE Btf
The Weston Mill Co
LEWARB 0? COUNTERFEITS
TfF PFWIIIWc PDPIJUni
HAVE THE IN'TIA'S
B. & Co.,
Ilrpelnta nn E'OMVflSf.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. B. WARS will be
in his offisa on and after
the first week in Septem
ber. NO H i D I MtS I Hikfc.
intio Cltv't Biilliant Seaaon Tha
S'y)Rnutl., Grar Travel
Go to the Keaabore, thou pessimist 1 nnd
be convinced that thy dire complainings
Biient "Hard Times" are wrong.all wronu!
Never lu Ps history has Atlantic City held
so much of guietr.eucb euortnnu; numbers
of visitors an Ht the present tune. In it
bcciuwe that frigbtsr m bugaboo "Hard
limb" has no r al exi-tence. or do people
go there to llee their tiuaiicial giieN and
drown their business tori ows in the foam
ing surf and foaming HnUa wateif At
nny rate, go they do. Tbe season at Ibis
great resort baa been a great one. and it is
jiift now at its very zenith; No better
time than the present could be
selected for a vi-it, and no seaside resort in
the ( id w orld or the new compares with
Atlantic City In picturesqueneHK. in cos
mopolitanism and in variety. 0 may
rest body and brain in dreamful contem
plation of the folemn beauty of tbe Bea;
he may "louf and invite is aonl," soothed
by the deep-toned murmurof the hreukers;
or be may plunge into the bubbling swim
cftai tynnU lake a giddy whirl ou tbe
merry-gr-round of plea-uie, finding enjoy
meiit in larger quantities und greater di
versify than is any where elre attainable.
Bur, first of all. one must get there.
Aud the get'ing there is not the least
among the delicbu of n visit to delight
fonie Atlantic City. There are several
ways of reaching it besides walking.
Slensnr d by the indisputable gaue of
popular preference, the beat way is the
"Hoyal heading Railroad R-iut." It is
only titty-five miles in length, but it is
among the celebrated railways of tba
world, and it is the llnest railroad ruuniug
to any American watering-place It is
donble-t nuked from end to end. It is
constructed in the most substantial
manner with the heaviest of steel rail",
laid on oak ties, ballasted with clean, du-t-less
slng-stoue. The locomotives are equally
noteble tor their great power and speed,
and for the absence of the) soot, sulphur,
smoke and cinders so obtrusively and dis
agreeably in evidence upon Mime lines of
travel; for these steam-driven steeds of
steel are fed upon bard, ant braeito coal ex
clusively. Aud the "Flyors" on, tbe
"Taking a Flyer" tho phrase is, some
how or other.sugaestlve of an undertaking
pleasantly perilous. Taking- a "llyer" on
tho Koyal Reading railroad route for At
lantic City is a pleasure devoid of the ele
ment of risk. Employing every best safe
guard agaiust accident, it approacues as
nearly to absolute safety as is humanity
posil)le Tho fama of tbe "seventy-min-n
'e Dyers" extends from ocesn to ocean.
They are the most talked about trains in
the world. The cars are large, airy and ex-qui-itely
elegant and comfortable. It were
difficult to conceive anything in the
"poetry of motion" more refreshing, more
exhilarating, more rejuvenescent, than a
swift whirl across green meadows and
through the cool gloom of tbe pine forests,
seated by an open window of one of these
smooth-gliding palaces on wheels. The
Philadelphia xtatiousof the Royal Reading
railroad route are at Chestnut street and
South streot wharves, and through tlokets
are sold at all Heading railroad stations.
The bi-annual meeting and tournament
of tbe Turner societies of the Philadelphi a
district will be held in this city Aug, 20
and 21 under the auspices of the local Turn
verein. Saturday Evening, Aug. 18 Reception
of tbe delegates from Philadelphia, Will
iamsport, Allentown, Wilkes-Uarre, Tren
ton, N. J., Camden, N. J.
Monday, Auy. SO Urand parade of the
visiting societies. All local singing and
otber German societies will participate to
Ceniral Park garden; sports and games
between visiting ana iocbi lurner socie
ties. Admission to park 25 cents. Picnic
all day aud evening.
Tuesday, Aug. SI Mammoth excursion
to Farview. Trains leave Delaware and
Hudson depot at 8.30 a. m. Tickets for
adults. 75 cents; for cbildreu. 40 cents. For
sale at 0. D. NeufTer, Fred Durr. John T.
Fahrenheit, citv; Schneider Bros., Cbarlas
' Hchencb, Cnarles Kirst, South Side;
George Wunch, JoBeph Zimmerll, Hyde
Committee: Lours Gscheidlc,
Fred Uummlek, Secretary.
A foe to Dyspepsia
Republican Club Indorses the Candidacy of
FOR PRESIDENT OF STATE LEAGUE
Preparations Being Made for an En
tertainment and Meeting A Sur
prise Party Given Miss Susan
Payne -A Miner Receives a Painful
Injury Personals and News Notes
Plaus of tbe fall political campaign
were lait eveuiug discussed in an en
thusiastic manner at the regular meet
i in; of tli Republican Lugue of tbe
West Side in their room on South
.Uiiin avouue. Dr. W. A. Paine pr-
siiiea la tbe absence of Cliar es E
Daniels, the duties of secretary were
performed by Uwllyui A. Williams.
Arter tha regular order of Dusiuesa
bad geen concluded, the following
d' legates ware elected for the Btnte
louventiou of R-publicau clubs ut
llarrisburg, Sept. 5: Tbouias Leyshoti.
Ion. John Ii. Fallows and Joseph D.
L-wi. The alternates appointed were
Charles E. Dui.iels, John J. Davies und
T. J. Price.
The following resolution was adopted :
'Rnulved," Taat tba delegates uf tula
club b instructed to give thalr active
support and vote for Major Everett
Warreu of Sorauton for tba presidency
of the Htate League of Republican
clubs at the annual mtatlog at Harris
kirg on 8tpt S.
Fnrther preparations for holding a
meeting In tba siub ro 'mi war made.
An excellent programme is being pre
pared and the eiitrtinmut will no
doubt prore t be of a inost interesting
nitore, Twelve new m mbers were
proposed and tha nimtiug adjourned.
MISS SUSAN P l it SURPRISED.
Her Frlands Tender Hr aa Unex
Mirth reigned supreme last evening
ut tbe bom of Mis Susan Payne, a
popular young lady whj resides on
North Bromley avsnua, the occasion
being a aurprlie party tendered tier by
her uimiTont frieuds. Tbe evening
wnsdevoiedto games and other social
divrslon wnich were continued until
a late hour. Excellent music was dis
coursed daring the evening.
Among thus pment were Miso
Mary Evana, Btric Carson, Alio-
EV'ins and Wallace Mosr, Johu E
Payne. Louia Jun-r, Mr. and Mr.
Frauk Ciiase, nil of the West SI 1.
Amoug the North End aggregation
wire Minsas Lydta Moore, Mame
Dowau, Mr. and Mm. Le. Mr. and
Mrs. A E Curon. John D Keator,
O i.rge Molley, Fred White, Harry
Dnnninas. John D own, Miiises Nettie
and Tillie B-rlily. of f hro. p, and Miss
Edith Snepp, of Bloomburg.
HIS HAND W-S SMASHED.
Oaorff Bchell Mets wi h an Irl jrv In
While Qoree Se iell. of Swetland
street, who is employnd as a track lav
in tbe Sand Banks mine in Pin- Brook,
was at bis work yesterday morning
large bar wmoh ue was using tell on
his right hand, badly crushing it.
He went to his home on Swetlaud
street where Dr. George B. Reynold
was 'Summoned und dress.'d tue lu
j ired uitra r.
LITTLE WEST blOt IUW3 NOTES.
Miss Miunie Boice, of Jackson street, is
The BfUcvue Mine fund will go to Lake
f oyntelle on sept. 8.
Thomas Evnon, of Ponth Main avenuo,
has gone to liarton, t., lor his liealch.
Sliss Sadie Adkins, of Lafayette streot.
is tbe guest of Miss Dorabmitb, of Ual:on
Miss May Jones, of Price streot, has ro
turned from a visit with friouds at vV'iud
sor, N. Y.
Professor H. L. Morgan and J. Unman,
of Berwick, tmvo returned from a fishing
trip to liansom.
.Mrs. Philip Riusland, of North Mai
aveuu, will loave today for Cnrbondale
and Crystal lake.
Elegantly framed pictures are being sold
ror bait price of mime. Chicago Ait t.o.
127 Penn avenue.
Miss Bertha Wettling, of South Bromley
avenue, bas returned from a visit with
friends in Stroudsburg.
Miss Ruth Jarvis, of Lnfavette street.
has returned from a month's visit with
friends in New lorg and Newark, N. J
Tne Haydn Evans Cambro-American
Concert coinpauy will give n concert on
Monday evouing in the Jacksou Strei
Bantist church. The affair is crealin
great interest, and a large audieuce will
A pitroon shooting match will occur on
this side on Wednesday next. The con
t-staots are Sim Davis, of Evnon street.
and Michael Coyne, of Miuooka. Th
match is for $100, with eigbteeu birds for
each to suoot at.
The Hyde Park Literary and Debating
society will resume their work on Sept.
10. All desirous of becoming members
will be promptly considered by the mem
bershlp committee, W. A. Price, chair
man, or auy member of the society.
Rsv. William Evans, "Monwyson,"
Llandudno, Walas, will preach at tbe Tab
ernacle Congregational cburcb on Monday
evauiug. Mr. Evans is one of the leading
Welsh theologians and is spending a twelve
months' vacation in the states.
David T. Evans, renrcaeutatlvaof Hvde
Park castle, Ancient O der Knights of the
aiysuo iuaiu. returned yestor ay evening
from the meetinc of the Select castle at
Columbia, Lancaster county. Mr. Evans
announces that tbe next meetim; of the
Grand lodg will bs held on tbe second
Tuesday in September, 1895.
Communion services will be held tomor
row morning in the Plymouth Congrega
tional cuurcn. Kev. u. a. uvaus officiating.
Iu the evening at 7 o'clock a song service
will be held. The cbotr will render several
anthems and solos will be sung by Philip
Warren, Misies Bronwen and LilvJosnnb
and others. All are invited to attend.
KILLED ON THE RalLROAO.
Folsndsr Bun Down by an Excursion
Train at Olyphant
Ad exourslon train on its way to this
city last awning struck and killed a
Polauder between Olyphant and Peck
vilis. He was walking on the track and be
fore tbe engineer eould apply the
hraJtesrthe pilot struck him, killing him
instantly. His body was taken to Oly
phant, where be livid.
AN EXCELLENT ARTICLE.
A Townsman' Litsrary Effort on
Timely and Important Subjtot.
Attorney James J H. -Hamilton, of
tbis city, bas an excellent article In
this month's number of tbe Albany
Law Journal entitled "Limitation of
Federal Authority." in whicti several
subjsgtg of leading importance are dis
suss d with great skill.
Tbe article treats of tbe influence
both with commerce and tbe malls to
tbe recent Pullman strike, and also tbe
action of the president in dispatching
federal troops to enforoe the nets of
congress relating to interference with
the rights of several states in on pur
tioalar state. The article Is Very cred
itable to Mr. Hamilton, an i he is the
rerlpixnt of many encomiums for its
TURNERS HERE TODAY I
Make Merry for Thre Diye In
About Fora ton.
The meeting of the Tomer societies
of the Pi iladelphia district begins in
ibis city toniiht und will contiuu- un
til Tuesday night. It will be the Sii-te-uth
hi eiitilal turn-f '6t, and tha first
be held in this city.
At 8 o'clock this evening the visit
iug societies will congregate ut Turner
ball end reeeiv.i the. freedom if the
ilty from Mayor Connell. Monday
morning many of the athletes will
walk to Mountain lake ami witness
the swiiniiiliig couteat at 0 o'clock in
At 0 o'clock Monday the turn-font
ill begin ut Central Park garden.
nesduy the societies will enjoy an ex-
uraion to Farview.
olio Muka a R.id on
Llentetinnt Spellnnin and a squad of
fficers mndu a raid yesterday morning
oont 3 o clock on the house of Joseph
PuliiHkl of 0 ilc street,
During the evening several residents
f the nrP-r part of O ik streot wrn
troubled with the drunken cries of P -landers
who were nsseinbled at Pulas
ki's bonse about n keg of ale aud eev-
ral oases ol bot'lttd beer.
About 3oclock a free fight occurred
liicb soon routed tbe neighbors from
their a hi to la-rs and brought tbe pnlio
n thi scene. Some of the brav fighters
found relnge in the cellar, others
rorjpd tl'.roiiiib windows and were
foreed ti;ick by the two offi-'er outside,
The squad of policemen finally cor
ralled l lie crowd and marched them to
he station bouse. The lenders were
fined byAlb rman Jf'i z-timmons y-s-
rdav, John Pulaski ... und Stanley
BiuiaKki, John Sakoonki, Joiepll
liupeba, und Peter Dr-wski, J each,
NOTES OF NORTH ENO.
John Trnntnn. wlio was recontlv iu
jnred at the Creek shaft, is rapidly improve
Rev. D. M. Kinter addressed a largs
open air meeting in tuo square last evou
Wo are clearing out the wbolo of our
fork of fine e cbings. Chicago Art Co.
1'JT Penn avenue.
Richard Evans a'ld family have rn-noved
back t Wayne avenue after an abiouce of
five years from Provideuce.
Professor Ilavdu Evans and company
will .held a concert this eveuiui at the
Methodist Episcopal church.
A cottage prayer meeting, conducted by
James Henderson, was held at tbe resi
deuce of A. B. Dunni g la-t eveniug.
Mrs. Abedneffo Reese, of Kincston. and
Mrs. R, P. Thomas, of Church avenue, will
ueud a few weeks' vacation at Atlantic
Ilev. William Evans Monwyson. now on
a visit from Wales, will nreach on Friday
eveniug at the Vielsu congregational
Lieutenant Spellman arrested Evnn W.
.vorcan Tlmrsuav niu'iir ror nouem ins
wife and he was flued ti.bO in the alder
Rev. M. D. Fuller, of the Methodist
Episcopal church, will occupy the pulpit
of the Welsh Coimrecatiouul church to
Questions are asked in the North End ns
to the reason why the board of health and
councilmen did not include tho water
course, in Section A, firth sewer district, iu
the scope of their recent visit.
The Junior society of the Christian
rl'urch will hold an entertainment an I
social on Tnursday evening when the ad
mission wi bo tr-e. Misses liatia !rnitn,
Rachel Jones. Lizzia Davies a id Winnie
Da vies are orjauzmj th.) mftitig.
C. J. Davis, director of the Moody quar
tette, discussed tne proposed vis't ol Air
Moodv to tins citv o i Monday, and state3
that the celebrated evangelist remarked to
Mm "that it was improb ib! that he would
vi-it S rant'iu as they had no building to
hold the services."
Rev. J. B. Perry, of Burnley, England,
will noon pay a visit to this section. Mr.
Pnrrv. who is nn emiueut Congregational
mini-ter, is spending a few days wi'h his
brother at U ica, N. Y. He will prea-h at
the Plymouth Congregational chinch on
Hi pt. 2, and also in ihoWelaU Congrega
tionul church, Frovtdonce.
Tbe friends of William J. Thomas, who
was recetnly injured iu the Mni vine, nre
taking further steps to snow tneir sympa
thy iu the sliape of a concert ou Sept. 17.
'1 he obi. ct is deserving of support as
Thomas is at present iu the Philadlphi
hospital and bis wlio aid iivo children
largely depend ou tho assistance of their
John U. Hopewell, of the Register, will
leave for New York ou Monday to at tend
the session of the grand lodge of tho
Knights of Pythias as the representative of
lino el tba lunges In this section, llierol
lowing week Mr, Hopewell will nttend the
state camp of the Patriotic Order, Sons of
America, at Erie, as a delegate from the
Washington camp, No. 177.
Four large funerals took place in Provi
dence yesteulay namely, William the in
fant child of .Mr. and .Mrs. John Lewis,
2 WIS Wayne aveuue, where tbe Rev, D. A.
I'.vans officiated, and 12.lt n the infant
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. David Evans
2120 Margaret nventl" where the Rev. W
F. Davies officiated, both interment tnk
Ing place at Wiislibinu Street cenieterv
Tie funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold,
Into of lt!W West Market street also took
place, Rev. G. W. Watitins conducting
the services at the residence and at purest
Hill cemetery. The itev. II. . Jones, U.
D., conducted the funeral service over the
remains or urnee, tno lime, onugiiier or.
Thomas .Tones, 2il7JNortb Main nve"ue,
after which the body was taken to bunti
c.)ko for interment.
for an loo's Business Interests.
Tins xitiHUNK will soon publish a care
fully compiled aud classilled list of the
leading wholesale, banking, in.mufactur
Ing aud professional interests of Scranton
aud vicinity. The editiou will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
tihotogravure views of our public build
ii gs, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citiseus, JNo
similar work haB ever given an equal rep
reseutation of Scranton's mauy indu
tries. It will be au invaluablu exposition
of our business resnurces. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this bnndsome work will attract
new comers and be nn unequalled
advertisement of tbe city. The circn
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to thoe concerned as wen as tue city
at largo. Repre-entatlves of Thk TiunuNB
will call upon thosr whose names
are desired in tbis edition end explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please U ave notice at
Eucklen'a Arnloa Sal vs.
The best salve In tbe world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cureB Piles, or no pay required. It
it guaranteed to give perfect eatisfactioa
or money refunded. Price !J5 cents per
box. For sale bv Matthews liros.
Whn 8" Hanv oeonle are taking and
deriving benefit from Hood's Enrsaparilla.
why don't von trv it yourself 1 It will
build you np. Hood's Karanparllla will
make yon strong.
Ho'd'i Fills cure nausea, sick headache,
IntliffAitlnn hillnii.tiA.a. Trv A DOX. "
Diabolical Practical Joke Played Yesterday
at tbe Car Shops.
IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN FATAL
Stick of Dynamita in a Pile of Burn
ing Timbers Scatters the Heap in
All Directions Miraculous Escape
of a Crowd of Hungarian Laborers.
The Conductor Was Honest To
day's Y. W. C. A. Services.
As fiendish a practical ink as has yet
been report- d, was played yesterday by
some unknown miscreant at the South
Washington nvemiii cur shoos of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
linilro.id coLinany. It missed killing a
do7.-n persona by the veriest good luck
there is n space near tbe car shorts
wnere the broken parti of rolling stock
are burned up ns tbe easiest way of
"'parating the iron from tbe wood
bvery morning a Mg beau of the stuff
is disposed of in this way. Yesterday,
at usutil, tba pile was sat on fire, und
It had been burning but a few minutes
when an explosive that hail been
lolgediu tho heap blew up and sent
the broken car beams in all directions
with dtadly propulsion.
There was a gang of nine or ton
Hungarian laborers at work near the
scene and the concussion threw every-
me of them to the ground. The flying
timber fell among tbe gang, but,
strange to say, not one of tbem was
struck. Tbe force of tbe explosion
W'is ten in an parts or tbe yard
It is thought that a stick of dyna
mite was placed in tbe pile to injure
the Hungarian laborers that are em
ployed at the car snops. A fua was
probably attached to the dynamite so
that it would explode ns soon as the
Gre reached it.
LOST HER POCKET BOCK.
It Contalaad Uar Husband's Fay, but
fcha Qjt It Bac'x.
A mid lie aged woman got on Cou
ductor P. J. Kelly's car on Cedsr ave
hum, u-ur Birch street, yesterday morn
ing at v o clock, hue alighted from
the street cir at the oorn-r of Penn
and Lackawannti avenues; but before
she left the car her pocket book slipped
trura tier pneKt and dropped ou the
S'at. At irankliu STenu- Conductor
h.-lly saw it and took it in charge. H
petied it and found that it contained
A lew Hours later the woman was
noticed ty Mr. nelly, as she stood on
tie nvenu't crying. He concluledto
ek her what was the cause, of her
trouble) and learned that sho was the
ooh who lost the money. He returned
it to her and received ber moat cordial
thanks. This makes tbs second cise
where m ney w is lost on Conductor
K lly's ctr and returned to tne owner.
Motorman lorn (iallagher fouod tbe
SUNDAY Y W. C A SERVICES.
Mil. LibbU Daarsara Will Speik on Con
v raations wl'h Christ.
The weekly Sibbatli exercises at the
rooms of the South bide Young
Women s Christian association will b
interesting tomorrow as the pas
well attended mve'ing bave been.
Aft-r th song service, lasting ten
minutes, Miss LibbU Diersuu will ad
r ss the vnung ladies. Her aula-ct
will be, "Conversations with Christ.
The regular secretary. Miss Florence
Totnkinson, wbo h now sue a ling he
vacation at h r parents' homi iu K.l
iiiiHZoo, Micii. , will return and resume
tier duties ou Sept. 1
SOUTH SID JOTTINGS.
Miss Jonnio O'Bovlo, of Archbuld. is th
cues: of her cousin, iliss Tessie Gibbons, of
John B. Wnciier nnd son-in-law. Cliri
Meyers, nnd fanvly, of Hickory1 streot. will
leave tonnr tor aew ioi-k.
CharleB Watch'awitchick, of Pittston
avenuo, returned yesterday from Philadel
plna, where he spent the pa"t two month
Dr. n td Mrs. J. A. Manley returned
home yesiorday from Saratog itiftor snend
mg a pleasant fortnight at that celebrat
resort. Both enjoyed a delightful trip.
The boys' and girls' (lass of South Sid
Turners matched to Central park vesti
day evening aud had a two hours' rrartic
in preparation for thi turn-f est nt Central
Butcher Frank Scliauer, of Cedar ave
line, lias place t a bun Isonie new delivery
wagon oniiie roan, innnutactured by Uoi:
rail Pell, and named "The Neptune," I
honor of tho new Neptune steamer.
FOR A SEW RUILDLXG
Pptclal Ideating; of Board of Trade V,
A special meeting of tho board
trade iMouday evening mny prove on
of the most important ever hold by that
body. A spictal proposition has b'
mado by individuals to construct
magnificent structure to bs known
tbe board of trade building.
A committee was at work yesterday
iu reference to tne matter, and by
Monday will hae coustnersd the mat
ter fully. If tho meeting wishes
have the matter continued, the com
tiiitto will be in a position to give i
tailed information on the subject,
For some tuno the Idea of having
building of its own was considered by
the board informally and occasionally
in on otliciii way iu cotnmittes
meeting. The question of uaed was
alwavs realized but a satisfactory pi
for promulgating the project never
materialize Now, bowsver, th
board is in a fair way toward acqni
ing a boms of its owu aud tbe meet'
ing will probably attract a generous
WILL SKIP SCRANTON.
Moody Heatings Not Lktlr to Be Hld
As announced iu Tug Tribune some
time ago it is ex'rsmelydoubttul if th
great Moody evnngelistlo campaign
this valley win Include Sorantou
formation to this eltect is given by
gentleman who Is familiar with
plans of Air. Moodv e corps of workers
and who is iu ineciiy, ii-ssld:
'The osinpatgn was an' 0 meed to I
10 GET ONE.
Ladies' Wa ch
a. 1. 1 H t.
13 Lacks. Are.
elude this city on tbe pledges of Scran-
ton miuiBters that a curtain sum would
secured to defray txpeuses. A
umraoth tent with a seating oapacity
over ii.uuu persona was to be erecte I
d tbe work begun here early in S-p-
tntier. Mr, Moodv s accredited agents
ave received no ollict tl advices from
crantnn that the project will be sma
rted, and will arrange for otber tar-
ory unless 6oiue substantial prop-
ition is made at once,.''
Many of this city's prominent cler-
men ure absent on their vacations
i it is doubtful if tbey will return
nrly enough to complete the necessary
THE MAYOR TAKES A HAND.
Enters a Pro'eit Against Ruthless Tsar-
ing- TJd of Strts at Intersections.
Mayor Conuell is out against the
thless tearing up of streets wlncli
as caused so much Inconvsuienca to
trfflo during the past few weeks.
Jteslerday ho served notice upon the
Economy Steam Heating company that
it will have to cease Plucking travel
and refrain from tearing up tne streets
Pure wntor secures good health. T. F.
eon aid, at So5 Lackawnuua avenue, bas
r sale four styles of atone water inters
at are sold nt prices within reach of all.
and arc as easily cleaned nnd taken care of
a water pail, and will last for years.
The filter is all stone, nothing to i u-.t, cor-
de or become foul nud will lifter from
four to twelve gallons per day. Drop in
aud see them.
Music Boxes Exclmivaly,
Pest made. Play any derired number of
tunes. Uautscui & Sons., manufacturers.
t)3U Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Won-
derful orcbestrial orgaus, only $5 and $10.
(Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with new tunes.
Euy ilia Wbur
and get the best. At Guernsey Bros.
More Pill-bury Flour sold thnn any
other brand mado in the United btates,
i" Globe Shoe store.
attendod to at
Import Samples msan 20
per C9nt. less than import
No two pieces alike.
Flower Vases, Jarden
ieres, Plates, Chocolate and
Tea Pots, &c.
To secure REAL BAR
GAINS, come at once.
WEIGHEL & MILLAR
n6 Wyoming Ave.
If a Tornado
It would causa 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 ani you can
rely on them being the
If you want a dalicious,
high-flavored TEA, 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.
You ieed 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
SSEartin & X3elainy
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
45 dozen Ladies' White
s 50 dozen Children's School Handker
chiefs, in plain and colored borders, 0
value 5 ani 10 cents, for .... "
35 doz3n Ladies' Hemstitched Handker
chi3f3, value 10 cents, for - - - -
A new line of Chemisettes just received.
OdMtTKIN NE.VV in A HaT"-
205 Lackawanna Ave.
It'3 a Great Shock
fo the folks wTto nrf elalmint they umWsell
111 others to tinil that with at the lenst luss
or hlu ter we at e :;ivinir custom rs tha buu
lilt ot atu'li oypoi tuiiitioa as tliese.
A Mnettv Hlirli iiniile I liht-welehK
W heel, 181)1 pnllnrn, f r flillU ttasli.
1H03 pattern, Uil.'.O Wheel, Tor t5.
1SII1 pattern, MOO Wheal, Inr SHS cash..
These prices mako the business at our stor
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. HUILDINO.
Malaney Oil and
Hi TO 151 MERIDIAN ST,
at Prewnt the M.wt Popnlar and l"refrrd bjf
Vararoomi : Opposite Columbus Monument,
3 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
V . -s . t i-
-Hat. I t
25c, for . .
By DE. SHIMBERO,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Ner
vousness relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Eyeglasses and Spoctaoles nt the Lowest Prices.
Best Artificial l.yes insarte l for f5.
Hurt Sl'ltl'CK ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
U. A. HULBERT'S
City Music Store,
K.KAA1CH & BACit
(!ki kre stock of first alias
kllblU, tiU. tiU
Another Advocate of
t)RS. HEN WOOD 4; WARHFIX:
OtM'LKMKN-It aflnrila me ereal
pleasuro to ataln that your dhw proceti
of extracting teeth trni a grand iuceeM ll
my case, and I heartily reonmmenil It t
all. I alneorrly hope that others will
test Ita merits.
CAFX. S. K. ItKYAN r. Seranton, Pa.
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after Mav 21 make a grant reduo
tlon In the prices of plates. All work guar
nteai first-clues in ovoit particular.
l1". f 1 X MM
A. V. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
B1CYCHCS AND SPOnTINQ
Victor. Gendron, Krllpsc, LoveU. Diamond
ROOP tinning and aolderlng all done away
with by the use of HARTMAN'8 I AT
BNT PAINT, which conslsta of ingredl nU
well-known to nlL It ran be applied to tin
calranized tin, sheet iron roofa, also to brick
dwelling, whieh will provont absolutely anj
crumbling craekmK or broakinn of tin
brick. It will outlast tinning ol any kind bj
many yenrs,aml it's cost rlooa not exceeil oua
nfth tbatof the cost of tinning. Is sold bj
the job or pound. Contracts taken by
ANIOMO UAUlllAKN, M Birch 8