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THE SCT5ANT0N TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1894.
134 Wyoming Ave.
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THE GENUINE POPULAR
' HAVE THE INITIALS
G- B. & Co,,
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Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr.
DR. H. B. WARE will ba
in his office on and after
the first week in Septem
A. Roddy is at Atlnntio City.
Miss Connolly, ot Honesdale, is the guest
of iliss Lucy Carroll, of Madison avenue.
Hi's. D. B. Hand and children leave to
day for Anbury Park to spend a conple of
James Suva and Robert Douhnr, of
Wilkee-Bane, called on friends in this cliy
Miss Tessie Cusick, of Lackawanna ave
nue, leturned Saturday from Luke Wiuola,
where shospHut a week.
J. Staulny Smith and F. C. Hand leave
today for New York city and Asbury Park
to spend a couple of weeks.
Miss Agnes Gallagher, of Honesdale.who
ban spent her vacation with Misues Nellie
uad Alamo Uoran, at Lake VVinolu, bus re
Miss Maine Dunn, of East Stroudsburg,
recently graduate.! at St. Cecelia's acad
emy and is npeiuling a few days with her
clabsmates in Scran ton.
STEALING A FUILROCD.
An Italian Eaulitei Oar Great Railroad
Tony Miclcuchad is an Italian. Like
innny others ot his race be came to this
country with the sole purpose of gain
ing wealth. Tony bad evidently heard
of the success of Gould, the Vauder
bilts, et al, aud concluded to emulate
On Saturday night he, with a num
ber of friends, entered the Providence
Coal company's breaker and proceeded
to tsar up the railroad. They were
making away with a rail when tb9
watchman surprised them and cap
tured Tony. Yesterday morning he
wns given a bearing and in default of
$15 fine was sent to the county jail for
Mualo Boxes Exclusively.
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specialty: Old munio boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
Ecran ton's Business Interests.
ubk IRIBDNC will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list ot tbe
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Bcranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravnre views of our nnblic build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens, No
similar work bas ever given an eaual rep
resentation of Bcranton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent 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 tbat cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large, representatives or the TRIBUnb
win call upon those whosb names
are desired in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in tnix edition will please have notice at
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That tired feeling which Is so common
and bo overpowering is entirely drlveu off
by Hood's Sariparilla, the best blood
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H-v)d'8 Pills are the best after-dinner
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A Foe to Dyspepsia
It Will Be Reopened for tbe Coming Season on
Monday Evening Ml
IT IS A PRETTY PLAYHOUSE
During the Summer Many Changes
Have Beon Made in the Interior,
Which Makes It a More Attractive
Theater Than Ever Some of the
Attractions That Have Been Booked
for the Coming Season.
On Monday evening, Aug. 27, th
Academy of Mnsiowill be re-opened for
the season of '04 05 by George Thatcher
and his minstrel and faroe comedy
company in new play by H. W. Em
mett, entitled "About Gotham."
Tbe patrons of tbe bouse will find a
great change in tbe interior whsn tbe
doors ars again thrown open to the
publio Three years ago the Acadrny
was refitted and modernized by Bar-
gander and Miabler, tbe manager!, at
a cost of $9,000, and this season it has
again ousted tbrongb tbe hands of ar
tists and will emerge a very pretty and
wen appointed piny bocse.
Stereo-rdli-f has been employed in
the auditorium and lobby with fine ef
fect, and tbe coloring throughout is
tasteful and barmonloui. New carpet
of pretty design covers the fljor of tbe
auditorium and the space between
seats has been increased, Platforms
bays been pluced nnder each row of
seats which will make it easier for the
spectators to see tbe stage and reduco
tbe annoyanoe caused by the big hat
nuisance to a minimum. A new pros
ceninm arch is being constrnotsd,. and
other changes made that will almost
entirely change tie interior aspect of
In the dressing rootns and on tbe
stage many changes have also been
made. The former have been papered,
painted aud carpeted and much new
scenery has been aided to the stage.
Those who visit tbo Academy nit
Monday night will find a very pretty
and .very couvoninut play home.
' ATTRACTIONS FOIt THE SEASON.
Managers Burgundor & Mishlor have
not contented themselves with simply
making their theater beautiful and at
tractive to the eye, but have arranged
to give tbe theater goers of this city an
opportunity of seeing some of the best
attractions on the road. As announced
above, George Thatcher will open tbe
bouse with "About Gotham," which
depicts scenes and incidents in New
York, and a passing show of the many
characters met with there in everyday
life. In the company are Carrol John
son. D.ivo Foy. Marks and Griffin,
John My, E. C. Johnson, El Marble,
Alice Boa u vet. Esther Moors, Helen
nil I Henrietta Byron, Anna Caldwell,
Cecile Lorain, Florence McKinly,
Francis and Birdie Smythe, Eila
Middleton, Theodore A. Meez aud
Messrs. Oakland, Thompson, Binkley
and Bode. They should (tire a spleu
did evening's entertainment.
On the following evening "IhoFenc
irjg Master," one of tbe most successful
comic operas of receut years, will be
given. In tbe title role of it Marls
Tempest made one of ber most decided
bits. Reginald De Koven wrote tbe
music and Harry B. Smith tbe libretto.
Tbe enst includes, as principals, Doro
thy Morton, Bertha Balis, Jennie Dick'
erson, Marion Bender, Marion Lang'
don. Clement St. Martin, A. M. Hoi'
brook, a. is. irosKtt, waiter west,
Arthur Lteblee, Edward Lsland and
Walz Vetta. Ibe costumes are new
and beautiful and tbe scenery is pio
Wednesday, Aug. B'J, win be given
the highly successful Amerioan drama
The Girl I Left Behind Me," that
filled tbe Empire theater. New York,
with delighted audiences tor an entire
season. The scene ot ttie play is laid
ou tbe frontier in tbe time of a certain
Indian uprising, ine cuaractors are
typical army officers, their female rela
tives or sweethearts, Indians, scouts
SHOWS FOIt THE SEASON.
The bookings for the season comprise
13 nights. Among the new play
features and ideas, James B. Mackie
will have a new farce called "The Side
Show;" Barney Ferguson will have
new vehicle to display his humors,
"Duffy's Blunders; "The Trollev Sys
tern" is the' title of a farce comedy that
it is expected will become popular; the
beuutiful English drams, "The Ama
zons" deserves a crowded house; "In
the Name of the Czir"will be an ex
citing and interesting ' production
Primrose osWeet will eclipse all former
iffoits with a unique organization of
forty blnuks and thirty whites; Rich
urds and cannula, well known and
prominent in Hoyt's "A Temperance
Town, ' will nave a play ot their own
entitled "The Circus Clown."
The extraordinary success, "Princess
Bonnie," will be presented by a com
pany of eighty people. Edward Har
rigan. great .New loric lavorite in
Irish characters and in very successfnl
plays of his own writing, will appear
here for the first tlms. James A.
Heme's beautiful play of New Eng
laud life, "Shore Acres," will receive a
renlistio presentation. ' The opera of
"The Knickerbockers will be given in
elaborate form. Frobmau'a "Sowing
the Wind," that captured New York
theater patrons last season, will de
light a large assuinblage.
SEABROOKE AND OTHERS
Chic Bessie Boneliill with a coterie of
merry m.ikurs will appear in a new
comedy. Charles Seabrooke with his
mammoth company will give us "To
basco." Charles Dickson will appear
"Incog" for the first time here. Warde
and Volte, tor years leading comedians
in coinio operas and farce?, are the
owners and will appear in the farclal
comedy, "Percy and Harold." A rich
treat to the intellectual will be Richard
Mansfield as "Bean Brummel."
To tbe musically inclined Sousa's
band will be weloome. Willier, the
quaint little comedian, will give his
new comedy "A Baok Nnmbor." Tbe
facial comedian, Joe Ott. tbe only one,
will present his farce, "The Star
Gazer." Tbe strongest man in the
world, Sandow, aud a company
ot great specialty performsrs will
be an attractive entertainment.
"Rush City," "On the Bowery."
"MoFadden tbe Bold" and "Down in
Dixie," all new plays with good com
panies, under tbe management of, Davis
& Keogb. The melodrama "Old
Glory" and "The New South" will be
presented by W. A. Brady'a companies.
This list assures an unusual nutnuer of
new entertainments between tbe fall
and apring. Ot course to this is to be
added fifty or more that appear each
season and who are always weloome
DIED BY HIS OWN HAND.
Verdict of the Coronet's Jury in the
The 'jury impanneled by Coroner
Kelley to investigate the death of Karl
Pllger at Dnnmort, Friday night, re-
turned a verdiet Saturday that tbe
deceased died from a self-inflicted bul
An air of mystery had surrounded
the case from tbe fast that there was
no apparent motive for suicide. Th
wire and son only were in tbe house
when tbe deed was committed and the
jury's verdict was based upon their
Burglar Caught V hll Ecjylng an Opaa
A man trivlucr the name of Jamas
Murphy endeavored to enter the bouse
George Barnes, Dsan street, through a
window about midnight Saturday and
in his effort a wok tbe household. Mr.
Dean and others give chase and the
woald be burglar threatened to shoot
them full of boles if they followed him.
X vsterday moruluir be was captured
while enjoying a swest repose in the
grove near the Providence Delaware
and Hudson depot. Upon bim were
found a screwdriver and a chisel. Mur
phy denies any knowledge of being
near Dean street on Saturday night.
He is thought to be ths man who was
brought before the mayor a week ago
upon tbe charge of being found sleep
iug in a house near Sandy Banks.
NOTES OF NORTH END.
Misses Bertha and Alice Siuims, ot Oak
street, are spending a two weeks' vacation
at New York.
We are clearing out the whole of our
stock of fine etchings. Chicago Art Co.,
1137 renn avenue.
The alarm from box 85 yesterday after
noon was caused Dy a slight nre at tne
bouse of John Murphy, Clover Hill. The
Liberty, Cumberland aud Excelsior com
panies responded, but the fire was extin
guished before their arrival.
AT TUMEIi 1IALL.
Varied Programme of Athletics
Was Carried Out Yesterday.
Turner hall was yesterday the arena
at scientific muonlar couipetitiou
among the members of the visiting
Turn Vereiu of the Philadelphia dis
trict. In all there were nearly 200 ath
letes attired in the loose fitting gray
uniforms of tbe Turners. It was the
first day of the Buzirks-Turnfest and
it was devoted solely to competition
In the morning between the hours or
8 and 12 tbe societies repaired to Cen
tral park and carried out a preliminary
contest in competing for tlu right to
enter tbe classes iu the events which
were beld in the afternoon and eveniug
at Turner hall and which will bs con
tinued today at the South Side Base
The afternoon was Liken up with
the priz contests in horizonal un 1 doa
ble bar exercises, sours? exjrciaos, and
small sword fencing. Upwards of 150
Turners took part.
The evening programms was opened
with a greeting chorus by the Scrauton
Saengerruude. John LsnteB delivered
tbe test speech in the German tongue.
and was loudly applauded. His spseob
included a statement tbat the primary
object ot tbe Turners is to build up the
young (jsrmans along a physic U stand
point and prepare them to fight in de
fense of the adopted country on tbe
side of liberty. Tbe motto of tho
Turners is, "Frlscb, Frei, Fromm, uad
Froolicb," meaning that the aim is
healthiness, bodily strength and love
of patriotism. The Ssranton Turn
Verein was organized in 18G7 and com
pares favorably with any society in the
After the speech ot Mr. L-tntes a con
test of broad sword fencing was taken
part in by Charles Toulon, of Camden;
Joseph Lownie, ot Trenton; Fred J.
Moertens, Herman Arnold, Richard
Umfrted and William G. Freidgen, of
the Philadelphia Tarn GjineinJe; club
swiuging by U-iorge Mays, of the Phil
adelphia Turu Gemuinde, and Herman
Ubele, of bauthwark.
This morning at 6 o'clock tbo swim
miug contest at Mountain lake will
take place. .
At 0 o'clock there will be a parade
oy the visiting societies and many Ger
man local societies from Turner hall
to Central park where tbe picnio will
be held. The announcement of prize
winners win us made tonight ut
o clock. Tomorrow the Tumors will
run an excursion to Farview.
The N.ptune Steamer Will E Tried To
' City Engineer Ferber bas made nr
rangemeuts with the agents of the
Seneca Fulls firm that built the Nep
tune steumer and the fire committee of
councils to test the engine tomorrow
Chief Ferber bas not yetduoidad just
where tbe trial will be made.
MISS MINNIE DEUBtiL SURPRISED.
Mauy of Her Young Friends Visited Har
A surprise was tendered Miss Minnie
Double at ber borne on Cedar avenue
on Saturday evening. Miss Minnie was
very much surprised, but her mother
whs well prepared for the visitors, and
tbe way the young folks were enter
tained was very creditable. About 11
o clock an elegant supper was served
Those in attendance were Missei
Louisa, Christina, and Anna Soul, Jes
sie Uagan, Nellie, Lsna and Katie Hui
lig, Katie Kiret, Louisa aud Carrl
Blatter, Minnie Fautt, Maggie Frich
tel. Annie Hitrtmaii. Minnie Hxai
Maggie A.Frichtel.Ila Rulchlor,Anuu
(JsterhHgun, Anna James, Anna Dip
pere, Lizzie Deuba! ; Masters Hsury
Lewert, Aug. J. i'rufliun, J. u. I'ruc-
han, William Heister, jr., George
Maus. Joe Wagner, Ulurlvs Surandol
Willie H'jubel. Henry Chase and Frank
SOUTH Slue JOTTINGS.
Miss Wanda Westpfahl, of Pittston ave
nue, will start for New York tomorrow on
a two week's visit.
Honry JJannemarlt, or Crown avenue,
arrived home Saturday after a ton-months'
tour tbrongh (ieriuany.
Miss 111 a rale Kvun. or Stone avenue.
returned Saturday from New York, where
she spent ner summer vacation.
The Young Men's Institute, of this side,
will elect delegates next Sunday to the
convention of tbe Atlantic Jurisdiction at
Mrs. Edward Reilly, of Pittston avenne,
area eatnraay auernoon at z.au from an
illness wbicb attacked ber a week before.
She leaves a largo family of young chil
dren. The funeral will take place tumor.
row morning with a high mass of reqniem
at ot. uoun s cuurca at u o'clock, inter
ment in Hyde Park cemetery.
, . Water Flltits. ..
Pure water secures good health. T.
Leonard, at 605 Lackawanna avenue,- bas
for sale four styles of stone water filters
tbat are sold at prices within ruacu ot all
and are as easily cleaned and taken care of
as a water pall, aud will last lor years.
The filter is all stone, nothiug to rust, cor
rode or become foul and will fitter from
four to twelve gallons per day. Drop in
ana see mem. '
NEWS OF WEST SI
Concert at tbe Plymouth Congrega
ANUS HYDE PARK ORDERLIES
Five Out of the Eight Good-Looking
Soldiers Chosen to Do Duty at
Headquarters Were ' Members of
Company F Notes from the
Churches and News for the Musi
cians. Tbe auditorium of tbe Plymouth
Congregational church was thronged
last evening at the Sacred music con
cert given hy tbe choir. The pulpit
was tastefully decorated with potted
plants aud flowers. Tbe programme
opened with singing of bymn 0, alter
wnich Psalm xcv was well read by JJ.
Tbe singing was followed by a prayer
ftVred by Richard Osven. An anthem,
'Make a Joyful Noise," was rendered
in n beautiful maimer by the choir,
under tbe leadership of Edas E Evans.
H. Wsiren rendered an excellent
solo, entitled "Submission." Tho con-
grogatiou rendered hymn 113 and
ne choir sang "Depth of M"rcy. Miss
Bronwrn Joseph, the sweet soprano,
gave one of her delightful solos en
titled ''Wuiit a Friend. It was snns
sweetly and with great effect. After
n antheiu by tbe eboir hi E Lrans
rendered a tenor solo entitled "Tbe
Holy City." P, H. Warren again sang,
and the hymn "All Is Well" was sung
by the congregatiou. The most mter
oating feature was the selection "Sweet
Sabbath Eve" by a quartette consisting
of Mimes Bronwyn and Agnes JoBeph,
Ellis E. Evans and P. H. Warren. The
hymn "Benediction" was theasung by
MRS. PHILLIPS BURIED.
Impresiiva Funml Sarvieta Held at tbe
The many friends of tbe late Mrs
Mary Phillips, wite of Tbomas Phillips,
who died ut ber borne ou Tuesday
evening last, assembled at the family
home on North Bromley avenue Satur
day afternoon at 2 o clock to assist in
the lust sad rites over the remains.
Rev. R. Sirhowy Jones, of the Provi
dence Congregational church, and
Rev, R. G. Joues, of the Sumner Ave
nue Presbyterian church, officiated,
The floral olforitigs were numerous.
Interment was mads in tho Washburn
Street cemetery. The pall bearers were
Frank Francis, Harry P. William?,
John M. Thomss, Ebouizr Williams,
John X D.wies and Owen E Davies.
LITTLE WEST !Ut NW3 NOTES.
N. C. Mayo is erectiug a handsome dwell
ing on Swetlund street. .
Miss Ada Hall, of Hampton street, is
spending a week at Lake Wiuola.
William B. Otvcn, ot North Lincoln ave
nue, has returned from Nauticoko.
Bauer's band will hold a picnis and clam
bake at Wahlor's Grove on Aug o0.
Miss Maine J. Stanton, of Tenth street.
is visiting friends at Delnware Water Gap.
C mn1 f k afivaf M Jnrlrmin af-dnf ho.
returned from a week's sojourn at Har
kWIUUDI iUUVUIBl, v. v Mawvu an. u, ui.o
Miss Mattie Williams, of Academv street,
will leave today tor a two weeks' stay at
Elegantly framed pictures are being sold
for hair price or Irume. . Chicago Art Co.,
127 i'enn avenue.
Rev. FT. C. Hinman occupied tbe pulpit
of the Hampton Street Methodist Episco
pal church yesterday.
Mrn. Fraunfelter aud daughter. Myrtle,
of South Bromley avenue, left on Satur
day for N ingara Falls for a week's visit.
Alvin W. Beers, of this side, attended
the colored camp meeting of tbo African
Methodist church at Waverly yosterday
The concert to be given in the Jackson
Street Baptist church by Professor Haydn
Lvans aud party this evening will be
splendid musical treat.
Tho Christian Endoavor focity of tho
Welsh Cavinistio IMethodist church will
hold a nail social in the church tomorrow
Union services of the Washburn 'Street
Presbyterian aud Jacksou Street Baptist
churches, wero held at the latter edifice
yesterday, Kev, D. C. Hughes officiated.
A shooting match was held near the
Central mines on Saturday. The contest
was for 215 a Bide between Daniel Williams,
of Hampton street, and John Lance, of
Kock street. Score: Williams, 0 out of 7;
Linuce, u out 01 7.
ENLARGED THEIR STORE.
Improvements Have Bon Mads to lleot
an Incrsanod Tradr.
Lowis, Reilly & Davis, the Wyoming
aveiiui shoe dealers, have, owing to
their large and increasing trade, been
compelled to enlarge their store and
have built nn extension to their build
ing about sevouty-five feot.
Their prussut quarters enable them
to carry an lmm-iuae etook ot shoes,
and it would oe itnposstoio ror you to
call for something that they could not
give you. They have a largo force of
obliging olerks that will give everyou
prompt attention, Another new fs
turt in their store is a new fash system
which assures customers prompt ser
RCYAL SHAKESPEARE NIGHT
Premised in the Pieieutatlon
Richard lit. on Wedneidty.
The engagement of Miss Alloc F
brother to sustain the part of Q. v
Elizabeth in the forthcoming nr. u.Mit
tion of Rithard III. at the Fretilin .
hum Wednesday evening, gives pron -ise
ot a brilliant interpretation of tin
exacting roll. Miss Fairlirothvr is
vuperb Shakespearean nttresa, uavim
i'i her day given support to UurrM
Warde, Rose Cougblan and otlit
Tne play will be magnificently so?
turned, thus lauding to the moveinuu'
that spectacular attraction which is al
ways pleasing. In short, the icenio.nc
ceisories throughout will be uusur
passed in their beauty and historic
accuracy. Tbe home should aud i.
d .ubt will be thronged ou this royal
JONF,9.-Aug. 19, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. T.
H, Jones, a hou.
r5 No better spoons are made Si
S ' than those ot Win. Rogers' j
a Manufacturing Co. They K
S were never sold at this price R
S before. Buy now Sj
TEA SPOONS 50o. F03 6.
S TABLESPOONS $1.00 FOR 6.
Rexford Jewelry CajLlae,
The bi-annual meeting and tournament
of tbe Turner societies of the Philadelphia
district will be beld in this city Aug. 20
and 21 under the auspices of .the local Turn
verein. 6'attircioi Evening, Auq. IS Reception
of the dflegates from Philadelphia, Will
iatr.sport, Allontowu, Wilkes-Barre, Tren
ton. N. J., C'amdon, N. J.
Muudaij, Aug. SO Grand parade of the
visiting societies All local singing and
other German sociotiee will participate to
Central Park garden; spnrti and Raines
between visiting aud lornl Turner socie
ties. Admission to park 25 cent. Picnic
all day and evening.
Tuesday, Aiig. HI Mammoth excursion
to Farview. Trains lpave Delaware and
Hndson depot at a. m. Tickets for
adults, 75 cents; for children.40 cents. For
sale at C. D. Neuffer, Fi ed Durr, Jnhn T.
Fahrenheit, city; Hchnpidjr bros., Charles
Schoncli, Cliark's Kirsr, South Kidn;
George Wuvuch, Joseph Zimmorli, Hyde
Coinmittoe: Louis Gscueiih.b,
Mr. Jerome ICiiotm, champion pool player
of Pennsylvania, will opon billiard parlors
this evening at Lackawanna avenue,
over tho store of Rose, the hat tor.
Restful to tired toilers, bread
from Pillsbury's Best.
Import Samples mean 20
per cent, less than import
No two piecas alike.
Flower Vases, Jarden-
ieres, Plates, Chocolate and
Tea Pots, &c.
To secure REAL BAR
GAINS, come at once.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
Ii6 Vyoming Ave.
If a Tornado
It wpuld 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 TEA, try
our New Crop JAPAN
for 50c; worth 75c.
4:7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
The Finest in the Citj,
The latest improved fur
nishings and apparatus for
keeping meat, butter and eggs.
833 Wyoming Ave.
VuuK HCJK ikS hi L U BjliiiSl
' n at rreMnt th Jtiwl Popnlar ni froftmd b
LquiIiiir aiiwis. ,
tVarnrocns: CpposilnColuniliust'onumoiit. 1
ROOPMnnlng and eolilering all flono awny
wlthhytheusoof UAKT.MAN8 I'AT
KNT PAINT, which consisU o( Initredl nts
well-known to nil It enn be applied to tin,
Salvanlaed tin, sheet iron note, also to briok
wellinirs, which will prevent alisolutoly any
crumbling cracking or breakinic of tin
brick. It will outlast tinning ol any kind by
many yenrs,and it's cost doee not excootl one
fifth that ot i be cost of tinning. Is sold by
the job or pound. Oon tracts taken by
AMXOlilO UAH1UANN, WV Biroh Bl
You IMeed 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
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
We Have Received I
308 Lacka, Ave.
45 dozen Ladies' White
a HandkfimhiefY valii a
dozen Children's School Handker-
chiefs, in plain and colored borders, 0 pjtif n 3
value 5 and 10 cent3, for .... 0 1110
a 35 dozen Ladios' Hemstitched Handker- R Pante
A chiefs, valua 10 cents, for - - - - U t'ClllD s
A new line of Chemisettes just receivsd.
ObMtJWINC NEW IU I
i a hat
For Fall Wear
305 Lackawanna Ave.
IV3 a Groat Shock
fothe fo!T who aro elalminii they undorsfl!
lil others to Had tnat wiuinus tne ioksc iuhb
! or bluster wo are aivinfc cutomrs tho bau-
lilt ol such opportunities as these.
I A Mi'loilv lllah (iiado l.iulit-welshf
1 WlnM-l, 1804 pnttnru, f' l SHO cmrfi.
l.S!: pnttnru, il30 M'lioel, for 175.
I 18U-1 pnttorn, SIOI) Wheel, lor Siir. oilifc
flieso prices make the business at our store.
FLORE Y 5- HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDINCJ.
Malonsy Oil and
m TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
YOU WILL REALIZE THAT "THEY LIVE
WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY" IF YOU USE
Embroidered 4( Pnnh I
95f fnn . L) UCilliJ 3
By DR. SEIMBEItG,
The Specialist on the Eye. Ileadsches and Nor.
vousnum relieved. Latent and Improved Htyle of
Eyeglasses and Spectacles at the Lowest Pricej.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for $5.
303 SPKl'CE ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
U. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
ii-WXOltlNQ AVK . BCKJlNTOA
5TFINWAV ft SOI
DKCltKIl BROTH EK3
KRAMICH & BACK
VTULXZ it il All Kit
I'm lue etocket first-elan
UUblO, tXO.. KXU
Another Advocate of
ORS. II EN WOOD & WARUKLL:
OKMTLU.MKN It nflorda me great
pleasure to state that your new procesi
of extracting ttisth vrus u Kmnit auueeas la
my ease, and I heartily reooinmond It t
all. I since ri'ly hope that othois will
test Its merits.
CAPT. 8. li lilt V ANT, Scranton, F
Henwood k Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ave-
WilJ on and after Mav SI make a grot redua
tloa In the prices of plates. All work guar
anteei nrst-clusa in every particular.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BIOYCLKS AND SPORTING
Victor, Gendron. Eclipse, LovelL Diamoai
and Othor Wheel.