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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, -1894.
One J rounded
'does more'and. better, work
.than 'a" heaping
Cleveland Bakine Powder
'"" Successor to Cleveland Erothera.
120 Wyoming Avenuo
Have your COLLARS gtarohod in the cM
way, when you cun have tlmm done with soft,
tliablo Buttonhole for TWO CENTS EACH.
Saturday and Monday.
Our entire lino of Scotch Ging
hams, Persian Mulls, Triuted
Piques and Dimities, worth 23c,
Ginghams, Organdies, Satecus,
etc.. worth 12 l-2c. for 5c
415 Lacka. Ave.
If you want
'Wall Paper or Window
Shades, come to us.
We have a full line of '
?oods, and our prices are
Williams & Woolly
127 Wyoming Ave.
' To my friends: I hereby announco
!hat I will ba a candidate for the nomi
nation of district attorney, before the
Republican County convention.
JOHN R. JONES.
Ti'ilmne ronilrr lonvlnc lr tlmlr
in mm or ' vnciition aim liva tliclr fuvcir
il pnpnr "on I, tn thiiin wlllinnt oxlrn
oiiht, Dv mi I llv Ijic tills allien or tho
irnl cIiiiiicuii iu the pjiper'ii udilrp.
Fay your gns bills today and cave tin
A brunch ofllco of the American Direc
tory am) Pub! tailing coinpauy kaj bcon ea
iftblishod in this city.
At the Putin Avenue Baptist church yoa
iduy Rov. Knnsoui Ilarvev. of Gumma-
.own, Philadelphia, preacbed morning aud
The funeral service of Samuel Dolpli
will be nelil Tuesday afternoon at .ao
YclocK at Ins lute re-idauce, ail Clay ave
m?. Interment in Dnnmoro cemetery.
eninitive Methodist church was bold iu
'.lie grove near tho Pyne breaker yester
lay morning and aftornnou aud a love
east in toe church in the eveniuir.
The Knlcrhta nfPptMim i.,i,,fao ,in
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,iiiE.vuuroiiuuu ut-xb weoK jHunnnv in.
eau or today as incorrectlv tvnortnrl in n
A meeting of tile Sevpntrnntli Wr1 Ro.
.wblknn club will be held this evening at
ihe Central Republican club roomH, Prico
uuiiuing, 10 elect aoiegates to the conven
tion of State League clubs at Harritbnrir.
.4nn R '
ma Italian contingent of Scranton's
utizens will make merry today at Wah.
cr 8 urove. it will be a grand picnic un
ler tho anepiceiof the United Itnlian soci.
;ilifs of the city. The picnic will be fol
owed by a ball at night.
The exchanges at the Scranton Clearing
Jouite association during the week were as
onows: Monday, f 150,193.02; Tuesday,
08,105 40: WodDexdav. ftiH3H M, Thnr.
Jay, 478.48; Friday, $11,4,234.32; Batur-
i,HW.U9. XOtal, 01U,Utf8.74.
i abst a Wn.wAUKEB Beer, cool and
ipargimg, at Lehman's, Spruce street
New Advertising- Bchamt.
The Green RldcrA Whnnlmpn Iiava nrlnntpA
it very original advertising scheme. It
iioniistaof pieces of cardboard cut to fit
: aside the diamond frames of their bicy
rlee, on which the announcement of their
; aces on Aug. 22 is printed. The origina
vor of the idea ii Richard Wambold, a
.um our oi me cinD.
I will present one thonsand dollars In
?old to any one whom I cannot cure of epl
ieptio convulsions or fits. Dr. E. Grbwkr,
m epruce street, bcranton, Pa.
tears t Men
SOLDIER BOYS HOME
Returned Saturday N!i!ht, Tired
HOMEWARD JOURNEY TEDIOUS
It Took the Train Occupied by tho
Thirteenth Regiment Four Hours to
Run from Gettysburg Battlefield to
Harrisburg, a Distance of Forty-six
Miles The Encampment an Easy
One for Guardsmen,
After innumerable dolaya the weary
guardsmen of tho Thirteenth regimsnt
arrived in this city from Camp Craw
ford, Gettysburg, at 10:30 Baturdty
night, having been eleven hours en
route. The city-companies proceedud
at once to their nrmories and thenoo
to their homes while company G, of
Montrose, and Company h., of Hones-
dale, departed by train for those places.
.burly Baturdav morning tho mem
bers of the Thirteenth were astir and
the work of breaking camp began, bo
anxious were soma of the boys to have
their preparations completed that they
did not go to sleep at all and also pre
ventou their less enterprising nnd am
bilious companions from securing any
rest. At 7:!j0 the camp property, ex
cept tho tents, was all snngly stored
and being trausported on wagons to
the railroad one-half mile away. All
tents were taken down by a regiment
of the First brigade assigned to tho
t isk, and sent to the state arsenal at
It was 8.30 when tho assembly drum
sonuded und a few minutes later the
soldier boys turned their backs to Camp
Crawford und started tor the railroad
where they expected to find a train iu
readiness to take them to SDrauton.
THE FIKST DELAY.
At the railroad no train conld be
Been as far as the naked eye could dls
cern and it was after 11 o'clock when
the cars for the Thirteenth regimeu
put iu an appearance. At 11.30 the
houioward journey was begun and four
hours later the train arrived at Har
rishurg, which is forty-six miles from
tho battle-field. From Hurrieburg to
Northumberland good time was made,
but at the latter place the train
was held for about an hour
and several stops were afterwards
made between Northumberland aud
this city, so that when the
guardsmen arrived in Scrauton they
were hungry, tired and not a little dis
gusted at the poor transportation fa
cilities." It is the general opinion that
a division encampment should never
ngaiu bo held at Gettysburg. The field
is abominable during Vbry warm or
wet weather, there is no place con
venient for the men to bathe and the
water is such that few of the guards
men can drink it, Added to this is the
miserable arrangements for reaching
the camp ground. The Philadelphia
und Reading company operates the
railroad running irom Ilarrisburg to
Gettysburg aud it apparently was un
prepired to handle the immense trains
that conveyed the troops to camp. It
took ttfl Thirteenth regiment five
Lours to go from Ilarrisburg to Get
tysburg when going to camp and the
return trip was only an hour shorter.
Stops and delays of every description
IT WAS AN EASY CAMP.
The encampment was a comparative
ly easy one for the cunrdsiueu. They
arrived In vamp so late ou Saturday
that little work conld be done, and on
Sunday and a portion of Monday the
rain prevented outdoor work. Thurs
day was review day and but little was
done by the soldiers save to prepare for
ttiat event. As a whole far lees work
was demanded of the soldiers than at a
One of the annoying features of the
encampment was the amount of red
tape that was used at division head
quarters, from which General Snow
den Isiued his orders. The latter bus
an aggravated case of what be prob
ably believes is military batenr, but
which could be otherwise defiuod: and
abont bis headquarters were a number
of well governed young offlcors, who
i ran to ue as intensely snowaeutsb as
the general himself. They greatly
irritated and annoyed the soldiers aud
civilians who had occasion to visit
headquarters on business.
One good result of the encampment
Is that the men have had a good oppor
tunity of becoming familiar with the
new drill regulations and the practical
operations of the extended order.
The good work and splendid couduct
of the members of the Thirteenth all
during the encampment will do much
to increase the high esteem in which
it is held in national guard clroies.
THE TRUE SCRANTON SPIRIT.
It Welcomes and Encourages Newcomers
to Our Hospitable City.
Scranton, as we all kuow, is a bus!
ness center of first rank that attract to
it many enterprising flrmp. Mr. Mont
gomery, of Flushing, Mich., is among
the number who have been brought to
our city by its extraordinary localities
for trade. Mr, Montgomery is one of
the large feed and hay merchants ot
Mlehiiran. He opened a store in our
city, 720 West Lackawanna avenue,
some ten months sinoe. He sells at a
close margin and Mr. Riley, manager
nnp junior memoer or the tirm, is
business man of first quality.
, r t:i . .
iutissri. ivuey ana Montgomery are
about to open a depot of feed, flour and
grain which would do honor to any of
the American cities. Oar friends
would do well to patronize them,
though we by no means depreciate our
older Scranton houses to tail Hue, but
we like to tee any new house encourag
ed that comes to onr city. We believe
this to be the true Serautoniaa stiirit.
C. M. Bertram1! company of come
dians, iu the revised edition of "Hots
aud Hogs," will be at the new Froth
lughura theater Friduy evening. "Husa
and Huss" bus always bison connidimid
ouo of the funniest farce comodius over
written, utid with the new sonirs. naro-
dies, ete., which have been added this
year, It forms an entertainment seldom
quailed. In the eouiuanv will be
Jacques Krugor, Carrie " Sweeney.
Charlie Aldrlcb, Hurry Crandull, Hugh
Ward. Kittle Ciark. Thomas Evan.
Clarice Pulmer, Dunnetti, Thomas D.
Drily, Mamie Scott and others of equal
reputation. The famous Dowery ball,
tho ridiculoualy funny court room
scono, the county jury and the song
and dance, "Linger Longer, Lncy,"
are features of this pleasing mixture of
laroe ana song.
CONTRACT NOT SATISFACTORY.
Sterling; Silk Company Disapproves of
the Land Company's Lease.
There has been a hitch in the n emo
tions between the Fairview Land com
pany and the Sterling bilk company, of
Paterson, N. J., relative to the latter
trausferriug its plant to the West Side
plot of the former. The papers and
building plans were sent to l'aterdou,
but have not beeu signed.
The land company was to eroct the
buildings and the Sterling company
was to supply the uiaohinery aud have
an option on the purohase of the build
ing after ten years. Meanwhile the
silk company was to pay an annual
rental of 8 per cent, of the cost of the
building. They want the contract
modified and will possibly make a sat
isfactory adjustment of the quibble
during this week.
MR. MOODY COMING.
Immense Tent to Arrive This
Week The Groat Evangelist
to Come Later.
The Moody meetings will come to
Spurred by the publicity of tho fact
that little bud been done in the central
city toward securing funds and encour
aging the movement, the West Side
clergymen have negotiated with Mr.
Moody's agents and have secured tho
promise that two tents, each with a
seating capacity of 2,000, will bo lo
cated on the West bide. One of tin
teuts will be erected this week and will
be located on one of several available
spots, The first day's services will be
held next Sunday afternoon and even
ing. Mr. Moody will come to Scranton
about Sept. 10.
Union servioos preparatory to the
campaign will be beld in
this week; ou Wednesday
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church, and on Thursday evening at
the Jackson Street Baptist church. The
West Side clergymen have undertaken
the project with the avowed determina
tion that nothing shall interfere with
Its certainty and success. The Moody
meetings were held during the past
week at Avoca.
THE KING'S HIGHWAY.
Rev. J. Eichle Smith's Sermon at First
Last evening at the First Presby
terian church the congregation was
treated to a scholarly sermon on the
thirty-fifth chopter of the book of
Isaiah by Rev, J. Richie Smith, of j
Peekskill. N. Y. The speaker said :
that this life may be likened to the ,
king's highway over which the trave-
r may pasa with bis trust in tho
Lord and at the end be received into
the boundless ocean of Christ's mercy
and forgiveness. i
It is the way of holiness nnd no un- ;
clean man shall pass over it. Those ';
have erred greviously against the Lord, ;
but if they leave the old life behind ,
tbem, it shall be a highway of holiness.
There is nothihg in this life that we
can make sure of; but we ure sure that
there is a boundless eternity, sure of
the everlastiugncss of God's kingdom.
The King's highway was uot built for
a perfeot man, for there are no such
persons. It was built for sinners who
do not continue to sin after having be
gun a journey upon this highway.
In sin there is discord and in grace
men are brought together. On the
king's highway there is n fellowship of
the men and women who seek tho
Lord. Of those who have joined God's
heavenly paradise, and of men aud wo
men yet to be.
At the end of the king's highway tho
skies no longer shall be overcast. Sun
shine and happiuess shall forever
reigr, and the wayfarers of life who
have sought God's mercy will enter
upun their eternal rewards.
Wocd'4 Culleg-a of BusirteiiS and Short
hand. The college will be open on Monday,
Aug. 27, with a faculty of ten peoplo.
The following persons will teach in the
1'iofesBeor P. E. Wood, Professor O. W.
Kramer, Professor 8. I. Wood end Pro
fessor J. D. Arn field in the business
ProfePsor E. M. Williams, Miss Hag
gerty, Professor K. II. Lathrop in the
shorthand school; Miss Onkus in office and
stationery department: Sir. Whitman will
net as register aud superintendent of out
sitlo work; Tallin Morgan, vocal music.
On Monday, Aug.27, a rocoptinn will be
given to all the old students. Invitations
have been lssuod, but criaogo of residence
makes delivery doubtful. We want all
former pupils and thnso who contemplate
couiiug this year to be present.
We nro happy now. There have never
been so many applications for admission as
Patrons invited to call.
F. E. Wood, Principal.
If you are looking for a pleasant place to
spend yonr vacation, take the D. L. and
W. train up to Alford, change cars there
for Heart Lake, which is but four miles.
The Spring House is located on the shore
of the lake and everything is done by
Landlord Croffutt to make one's stay a
pleasant one. Plenty of boats and fishing
taoaie free to guests. Sorter meets all
miests and will tnka (-lira of all batrenire.
Relief Engine Company Exourtton.
The Relief Engine company, No. 8, 8. F.
It n L) ...-I... n. 1 1 1 ,,n ft.aJ mannnA
U . , V. AUI.V1BUUIK, Will IUU Oil uut,
8.30 a.m.! good on regular trains. ' Fare for
round trip: Adults, 75 cents; ohildren, 40
cents. Everybody knows that the Relief
boys always have a good time.
Reduced Rate, Unveiling Soldier' Mon
Special reduction in rates via Lehigh
Valley railroad. Tickets sold for all trains
Aug. 23 good for return to and Including
Crimes Without Number Committed
AND VET TKEY ARE UN1YS0LESTED
There 1$ Fault Somewhere and That
Fault Needs Remedying Tho Only
Punishment a Tramp Need Fear in
This City Is a Warm Place to Spend
the Night and a Good Breakfast in
The numoiona depredations such as
burglaries, highway robberies, potty
thwftB and the like, which have occur
red with uninterrupted frequency of
lute, and the fact that this city is iu
feated with a desperate gang of trumps
combine to give the impression that
our municipal laws do not meet this
case, or some one is derelict in duty.
Within the past two weeks several
burglaries have occurred along the line
of the Delaware and IluJaou betweeu
here and Carbondalo, nnd the evidenee
goes to show that these acts were the
work of tramps. '
Many people have Dson stopped on
tho city thoroughfares and virtually
robbed, that is they have been halted
by tough lookiug characters who
would ask for money aud in such cases
refusal to grant their request meant
violence. The writer and others whom
be has engaged in conversation on the
topio have been frequently stopped ou
Lackawanna avenue and asked tn con
tribute something to ''help a poor ful
low to get a night's lodging." One
prominent man told of having been ac
costsd three times la one clock on
Lackawanna avenue, These vagrant's
are getting so bold that they do not
hesitate to seek lodgings in the differ
eut station housed.
A SOFT TOWN FOR TRAJU'S.
Any number of them hare been ar
rested, but us a rule the arrests were
made by night watchmen, especially
those stationed about the railroad
yards, where the tramps rob cars and
steal the workmen's dinners. There is
but few instances in which these des
peradoes have boon given any more
serious punishment thau a night s lodg
ing nt the station bouse, a breakfast iu
the morning aud a warning to get out
It is just this lenioncy which is re
sponsible for the tramp nuisance. This
is a "soft" town tor the Wandering
Willies and it do"a not take long for
tho fact to become well adverlis
among the members of the "prof esh."
The lira t gung that located here t-atab
Iished a camp tire just beyond the city
line at Groewond and caused no end of
annoyance to the people of the neigh
boruood. The Diamond field, Ontario
and Western yard aud the dumps nt
the different mines soon had their
settlers and now there is scarcely an
inviting place about the citv but what
has a gang of tramps located there.
An attcha of the police department
said the police can and are ready to
gather in the tramps, but are deterred
booanse of the treatment police mngis
tratesdeal out to them. The police
magistrates say it is bad polioy to send
them to the county jail where they be
come a burden to the taxpayers.
THE REMEDY SURE AND TRIED.
This iB believed by every one who bas
given the question any thought, but
there are other methods of disposing of
the vagrants and the best method is to
put tbem to work. "Organize a chain
gang, said one officer, "aud we will
rid this town of tramps inside of
week." Other cities succeed in keep
ing tramps on the move or frightening
them 'into giving the place a wid
berth. It was done here in former
years and it can be done again. The
chain gang is an efficacious remedy
and a liberal application at this time
would effect a radical cure.
Rev. F. A. Dony to Eefoim That City's
Rer, F. A. Dony will transfer the
center of his Sunday closing field from
this eity to Wilkes-Barre, according to
an accredited statement by the Wilkes
Tho fall meeting of the Wilkes-Barre
cleric will be addressed by Mr. Dony
who claims to have the support and re
quests of many prominent citizens of
that city. If the Clerio receives the
proposition with favor. Mr. Dony will
couduct the movement for Sunday re
NEW BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING.
Will Be TJIsoussed at Tonight's Special
Even the most lax member of tlni
board of trade will be interested in to
night's special meeting, when will be
considered the possible opportunity of
securing a new building of its own.
The project was more extensively
mentioued in Saturday s Tribune, aud
it is only neaessary to state now that
committee has been at work ou th
matter and will present a report to
HIS TRIP WAS BENEFICIAL.
Chief Ferber Returns from the Interna
tional Firemen's Convention.
Chief Engineer Ferber arrived home
Saturday afternoon from Montreal, af
ter having been absent a week in at
tendance at tho convention of chiefs of
the fire departments of the Uuited
States aud Canada.
While iu Montreal be witnessed the
fiercest fire In his exp-'rieuco as a fire
mun. The plant ot uic Montr al St-am
Seems a low price, and it
is for a fine Java Coffee.
How can we sell it so
cheap? Because of the im
mense quantities we buy.
Try ours at 34c. and then
go anywhere and pay 38c.
If ours is not a3 good, we
E. G; COURSES,
Best Coffee House in Scrauton,
429 Lacka. Ayo.
Laundry company, nn eBtablishm.net
covering a larger territory than the
Dickson works, was demolished by fire.
The Montreal Fire department battled
with the conflagration in berolo man
ner and gave a splendid object lesson to
the visiting chiefs of the vilicieney or
tire laddies in that eity. Chief B er
ber was much impressed with his trip
and declared that it was an education
to him which he would not forfeit for
doable the umunnt ot expense attached
to his visit.
The convention bnaaralo that the
chief engineer of the city iu which the
gathering Assembles is elected presid
ing officer for the ousuiug year. Next
year tho convention will be held in At
BISHOP O'HAFtA IMPROVING.
He May Be Brought Ucms During the
Early Fart of This Week.
Word from Cnrie Mav brines news of
Bishop O'Hara'a conditiou. lie bas
cnutluued to steadilv improve since
Wednesday last and it is Baid that his
condition may admit bis being removed
to this city during tho early part ot the
While it is true that the Bishop has
rallied from his prostration, his friends
feur that he will never fullv recover,
owing to bis advanced age.
0 DISPOSE OF CULM.
Be Washed Into Oxford Mines
to Fill Veins That Have Been
The Delaware. Lackawanna and
Western company i making prepara
tions for the erection of a culm washer
to be placed a short distance south of
the Oxford breaker. The greater part
of the lumber needed for construction
is already on the ground and work will
All sizes ot coal from z buck
wheat upwards will be utilized. Tne
rock and bony will be crushed and
with the dirt washed back into tin;
mine. The idoa is to bore a bole six tn
eight inches iu diameter a depth of 230
or 6W) feet, thereby tapping the uia
mond, big and roek veins. The big
vein is the first to bo filled. When the
culm comes from the breaker it will bo
washed into the mine as soon as it is
made, and the dump will disappear as
rapidly ns possible. When one vein
has been filled operations will be trans
ferred to another.
The company will soon open the new
couuty vein ana ns there is but oigh
teen feet of rock between tins and the
big vein tho filling will be doue to
avoid tho possibility of a cave-in.
CONGRESSMAN ALIEN OUTDONE.
Insane Prlsonor In the Station House
Talks for Forty Hours.
Congressman Alton, who spoke for
fourteen hours without a break, bas
beon outdone, lie was vauquished by
an insane prisoner nt the central sta
tion house named Janus Donovan, who
last night at 10 o'clock completed a
lie was arrested at 7 o clock Satur
day morning while in the act of up
rooting the plants and flowers in tho
garden of bt. Patrick a Orphan asylum.
ween ne was placed in a cell be re
moved every stitch of his clothing and
began to talk. At 10 o clock last night
he threw himself on his bunk, com
pletely exhausted and up to last reports
Physicians made an examination yes
terday and pronounced him insane.
Ho will today be sent to the insane de
partment of the Hillside Home.
THE BLOCKADE IS RAISED.
Further Btsamplpe Laying Not to Inter
fere With Traffic
Mayor Connoll has substantiated his
anuouueement that he would call a
halt to the aggravating blockading of
streets occassloued by the work of lay
ing ths steam pipes by the Economy
Heat, Light and Power company.
Saturday ha notified the company must
be stopped unless proper provisions
wore made for the passage of traffic.
Coutractor Mullen and Mr. Ammor
mm promised to abide by the mayor's
request. Tboy stated that the work
was conducted uudor unfavorable cir
cumstances in tne business streets
which will not appear in less crowded
There will be a meeting of the Seven
teenth Ward Republican club at the Cen
tral Republican Club rooms, Monday even
ing, Aug. 20, at b p, m to elect three dole
gates aud three alternates to represent the
club at tho convention of State League
clulw, Sept. 5. 13y order ot
F. II. Clmions, President.
Attest: C. 13, 1'enman,
Ixicretary Pro Tom.
of New York city, will bo in his Scranton
olllce, 441 Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day from 8 in tho morniug until 0 in tho
Conway House, 132 nnd 134 Penn Ave,,
is where you will always fiud good sorvico
and courteous treatment, the table is al
ways supplied with the best in tho market.
Transient aud local trade solicited.
The members of the ,Scranton Leidor-
kranz are requested to meet at their ha 1
at 8.30 o'clock Monday morning to atteud
tne paraueoi tne Turners.
liy order of the President.
Pillrucrv Flour Mills
of 17,600 barrels a day.
have a capacity
And see the Dia
mond Prizes to be
Given away by the
417 LACKA. AVE.
Best Sets of Teeth,$s00
Including the palnleas extracting
ot teeth by an entirely new pre
S. O. Snyder, D.D.8.
IBS WXOftLINCt AVii
He Irrepressible CampMl and His Trip to
CLD PROJECT TO BE STARTED
Administration Managers Hope by a
Liberal Appliance of Sugar Bounties
to Do Dire Things in This Congres
sional District Afraid of a Repeti
tion of tho Galusha A. Grow Ava
lancheAfter Vandling's Scalp.
The recent visit of D. J. Campbell to
Washington has been the suHoot of
great comment in political circles, nnd
many are the snrmises that have been
made as to tho exact object of the
visit. Mr. Campbell would not admit
that the postoffico or tho Times figured
in the business which hurriedly called
him to the capital. To a Tribune re
porter be emphatically avorrod that bis
business there bad no relation what
ever to matters connected with Scran
ton. To the question direct as to what
the business was, Mr. Campbell gave
and evasive answer.
A GREAT POLITICAL EFFORT,
TUli Ikiuune is iu a position to say
that this mysterious trip was nothing
less than the first move iu a determined
effort to capture this congressional die-
Mr. Campbell had hardly set foot in
Washington before the Republican
leaders in this city were apprised by
tolegraph of bis vieit and its object.
lie had an Interview with soverai of
the administration managers aud the
possibilities of u succtssful carrying
out of the project, the means thereto
aud the rewards to follow were the
It is quietly whispored that the nr.
tional committeo is to purchase a half
interest iu the Times and engage as
their representative George Bell, the
well known Washington correspond
ent. The Times will be made a first
class sheet with Campbell as business
mnuager and Bull as editor. A candi
date for congress who will be a partnef
to the scheme will be secured and with
national committee cash and a good
Democratic paper it is hnpsd to nt leas
The timo i3 near at
hand to us a thsm, so
Also 1-quart Tin Fruit
Cans at 45c. doz.
E BATH I CO.
126 Penn Ave.
We are now
prepared to do
our new build
B'S AIDS! SALE
Of SHOES Is Now On
And you'll not be tronting yourself right if you don't take advantage of it.
Every shoe in the honae is reduced to cost, and many gools snch ai RUS
SETS and nil SUMMER SHOES, a good deal less than cost.
WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS, best quality, worth $1.50 a pair, will be sold
for 75 CENTS.
Some that are soiled anJ discolored will be sold for 25 CENTS a pair.
There is no half way hnsineas about it, but a groat houaefull of GOOD
SIIOE8 at tho cost of maliinz tbem. LET U3 SEE YOU.
It's an 111 Wind That
. Blows Nobody Any Good
Our large stock of SUMMER GOODS has proven
an ill wind to us, but is blowing to your advantage.
We are offering our
on Summer Goods. Embrace the opportunity. The
Discounts offered last week will be continued ONE
224 LACKAWANNA AVE.
keep the Republican majority so lor
that the country at large may be hoo
dooed into believing that the anthra
cite eoal regions do not take ao very
unkindly to the free coal olause.
TOE FUR WILL FLY.
Mr. Campbell may be the candidal
and if be is not be will be the patroi.
az boss in this region until 1800, pro
viding, ot course, that the schema
meets with any degree of lucres).
Should Campbell seoure this coveted
power mere may potsiniy be some fun
around the corner of Washington avu
nue and Linden street
WILL NAME VICTIM.
Scoond District Ripreientativ Candidate
to Be Chosen Aug. 28.
At a meeting of the Second Leslsla
tive district Dmocrats Saturday evem
iug at the Pacific hotel, it was deoided
to bold the convention to nominate
candidate fur ropreseutativenext Tues
day evening, Aug. 23, and the prima
ries to elect delegates Saturday even
ing, Aug. 23.
The official call Issued states that th
legislative convention will meet in the,
arbitration room at the court house at
p. m. The primary polls will be open
Saturday from 4 to 7 p. m. James J,
Hicks, of the Seventh ward, and tl,
J. Donahoe were elected chairman aud
The $40,000 School House
tor Columbia avenue has been let and wi 1
be commenced immediately. There aie
still a few lots left at a low price.
AltTIIUlt t HUTUIMsnAH,
Ofllce, Theater Lobby.
Buy the Wbar
and get the beU At Guernsey Bros.
nothing but the best.
You will be satisfied
if you call on J. BOLZ and
get some of the bargains he
A $5 Coat for $1.49.
A $7 Coat for $3.
A Fine BlackClay "Worst
ed Coat for $5, worth
Ladies' Tailor-made Suit:;
for $4.75, worth $9.
STORED and INSURE!!
IF ALTERED BY
U9, FREE OF CHARG.3
During the Summer.
133 Wyoming Ave.
next dime: bank.
123 Wyoming Ave.
Hip Pads, Stocking
Supporters, AND A LARGE VARIETY OF
REAL SHELL PINS
Cor. Lackawanna and