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THE SCTtANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MOHNING. AUGUST 21, 1894.
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134 Wyoming Aye.
We wi'.i show you what
And always have
ANUFACTCRKD AND FOB SALE TO
THE TRADE BV
The Weston Mill Co,
EEWARB 'OF COUNTERFEITS J
THE CEMUINE POPIIUH
WAVE THE INITIOS
G., B. St Co.,
Iwnr'ntH rn Earth Cluif.
Garney, Erown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. B. WARE will bs
in his office on and after
the first we3k in Septem
Val. M. Riiscby, of Now York, is visit
ing V. J. Carter.
Arjn Towfll N spending his vacation at
Block I-lar.d, R. I.
Harry Hopwell 1) its returned from a
visit to tho H'Kslior'",
Mrs. D. B. Hanrl and family left yester
day for As bury Park.
Rnbert T. Gould and sister Maggie left
for Ocean Criove yestertlav.
Sir. ami Mrp. H. 15. Mtgargeo have re
turned from Atlantic City.
: Miss S. E Alorn-ll, nf Adam aveuui', hag
returned from tho sea shore.
Philip. Kir-t and famiiv have returned
from a week's Hay at Atltntie C ity.
Mis Agnis linrre'.l, of Ninth st:et, i9
home from a f-ojouru in Biiigliamtun.
' XUs K ithryno flmruortv. of North Main
iv- im', U home from a vibit at Willard,
F. A. M'trarjj-e has returned from a
tlircu we ks' oj ium of pleasure at Atlan
Miss Margan-t Ward, of Tiinghamton,
N. Y.. i the gnext of Miss Sadie McGuire,
of Lafayette street.
f.'is I.izzi" J. Williams, of theNorlh
End, bus refium-d after spending a few
days with riyuioutli f fields.
Mrs. FliK-roft nnd family, of Caponse
avenii", hnva returnel from a month's
cmtipgat Oneida Lnk, N. Y.
Jlisaes Joser hino Potvors and .Miirznret
Martin, of Pittstou, are guests of MM
M1111rptt linzirerty, of S ranton streot.
Mr. and Mrs. J,.h:i B. Goodwin nnd
(laupht-r are joying n two weikV vaca
tion at New Yrrk, Uridgep irt nnd Uart
ford. Mr. and Mr. J. Scott Iaglls and Mr. nnd
Mrs. 8. W. Kellnm left yesterdav for a
pleasure trip, which will include BoHon,
Nantucket und Newport.
Police Officer Johu Moir, who is onjoy
ing his a n ii ii nl vacntion, attended the an
nual games of the Philadelphia Caledonian
clnb at that place yesterday.
Miss Mary Richards will leave for New
York ti day, where she will remain for
several weeks makint? a sludv of tbn fall
etvles of millinery. Upon her return she
will occupy a position as ralesludy at
AcKermnu s millinery store.
T. P. Daffy, who for more thnn n year
past nas neon assmtunt city editor of the
ft pumic.-in, nas re luneu Ills position and
aiensed c ut of the rank' of the journal-
ietic army, tie will hereafter devote his
energies to biotrnug the life insurance bus
iness. Mr. Duff has been for several
years Mentifled with the daily pr-ss of the
city and took high rank among bin fellows
as an accurate news gatherer and force-
lul, eutertaiulng writer.
City and School Taxes, 1894.
The ri'y and fchool tax duplicates for
the year 18U4 are now In my hands for
collection. Persons wishing to pay can do
so now, or any person requiring state
ments of taxes by giving ward aud loca
tion of property will be promptly
R. G. Brooks, City Treasnfer.
Municipal building, Washington avenue.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 6 p. in., ex
cept aatuurday, this office will be cloned
at noon. .
: PiLLteBURY's Best makes best bread.
Snoklen'f Arnloa Salva.
The best salve In the world for Cats
Bruises, bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all fckin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
1 guaranteed to give pert eat satisfaction
or money refunded. Price lis cent per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
Real faItr never grows weak by hav
ing to watt. HuQerers taking Hood s ttar
ioparill'a for chronic complaints should be
patient and the result will be satisfactory.
- Hood's Pau act easily, yet promptly
anu emciently.on the liver ana Dowels, wo
A Foe to Dyspepsia
BUILDING FOR THE
DfiAon nr TDiinc
DUHIIU Ur II1HUL
Concluded from Page I.
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erl for the very decided alienee when
Mr. Dickson completed the rending of
In presenting the report Mr. Dickson
said that the committee since its ap
pointment a year ago had served through
a business period of crisis uud gloom,
and though in a number of meetings
it bad considered the matter nothing
could be done until the present pUn
was presonted. It was an opportunity
for accomplishing a long desired end
und the report was off-red for at least
consideration and lie hoped adoption.
The location, hesitld, is excellent, with
the route between the two proposed
bridges and the trend of business mov
ing in that direction. It was presented
In the form of an addendum to the
Air. Davidson stated that the plot
was being sold to the board for its pnr
chase price and the gentlemen associ
ated with him would not make a penny
on the consummation of the proposal.
IT IS A MOMENTOUS MATTER.
' Luther Keller and S. Goldsmith ob
jected to immediate adoption of the
report, the former alleging that tbose
present were a small proportion of the
total number of members and that it
was reully a momentous question in
which cautiou Bbonld be exercised. Mr.
Goldsmith argued that the board
should not be obliged to occupy the
whole of the two upper flors.
The apparent disposition to quibble
over the report brought Mr. Dickson to
hii fot, and by bis speech ot ten min
utes' duration and the remarks of Cap-'-in
May later, the meeting was in
fluenced to m ike an affirmative de
cision. Mr. Dickson said;
Tbisbonrl is twenty-live years old and
for iiflreu yean has been hoping that
something would revive it and phi e it on
a plane witn similar organizations of
otter cities. Primarily tue board served
a purpcse in forming safe cicdit among its
members, but of lute years what has held
it together has teen the spirit of patriot
ism. Now, with tur I'llicieut president
and secretary, what is our opportunity?
We have come to a crisis. I'm not a
blower nor a croaker, but when we can
reiure audi a valuable property for t!U0
per foot when laud on Washington ave
uue, the old Presbyterian church parson
age for example, sells for $T5U a foot, wo
would be foolish not to affirm this report
The bull has just begun to roll in Scran
ion. If every pound of coal is exhausted
here in the next twenty year.', onr city
will yet be the premier citv of her class.
Hence, it behooves us to move and moye
quickly. Wheu will we again be able to
locate a building on the moat favorable
Bite in the city and secure the land at cost?
Now is the accepted time aud the day of
snlvation: alter the details of tho report if
you will, but don't "throw itout of court."
CAPTAIN MAY'S REMARKS
Captain May relinquished the chair
to Mr. Keller to occupy the floor for
the first lime since he bus been uresi
dent. II aittii the board s burden might
bs taken irom Its shoulders by money
raised by others and the offer is so lair
that he lu-couuturt lor it only by snt:
posing the building will enhance the
vulu of properties in wluoU tue gen
tit-men are. interested, ine erection of
such building for the board
of trade will be -said, sssist in
uernetnating the solidity of the
city. During the year the board had
been instrumental in securing the f-
voraUo vote for bridges aud Darks;
had made tho cbeapuess of ' culm fuel
known throughout .he country, and
now it should make Hs grandest effort
in considering favorably the proposal
to establish himself in its own home.
Following these remarks bnt few
members responded "aye" and all re
trained fiotn saying "no when Mr
Dickson's motion to adont the report
was repented by toe chairman. At Mr.
KelUir's suggestion a rising vote was
called and tho response was nnamuiour.
After the nieetirir Mr. Davidson an
nounced that i3."). OW in subscriptions
bad be-n secur-ii.
SNEAK THIEVES AT WORK.
They Iavads ths Re.-idenes of Colonel
The sneak thief b is ug dn nude
presence felt in the city. Some lime
Saturday morning a man walked bold
into uio oiniiii; room or uoionui
Ripple's resilience tit 513 Washingt
iiVmIiiih und Hllr,f..niiu.l in ftLirruii
away various pieces of costly cnt glass
u':ir rhina and hrif.-ji.hrin
The members of tne household wora
busy in another part of the house when
the thief walki 1 in the door which
leads from the side porch to the dini
room and coolly belpeil himself to
most available articles, tie was
dently lightened oil ly Home noise,
frir thfirA fvra n PTPiit munv t.Mni,.
left which he might just as well have
(t -xpt thn n.irv nun Iiam n infaatail
will tramps and men of the sneak thief
oru.-r, nun iuo luucu precaution canu
be taken to keep all buck doors locke
A TRACK W-LKER KILLED.
He Stepped in Fro at cf a D., L
Fassetig-. r Train.
An unknown man was instantly
killed and frightfully manirlsd on the
Delaware, Lackawanna aud Western
railroad at No. G last evening at 6
lie wns walking toward Scranton on
the south bound track and seeing a
train approach steppid on to the north
bound truck directly in front ot the
passenger train which arrives in this
city ut 6 p. m.
-When toe train passed bis Blooding
and dismemberod body was found cloiu
to the track. It was taken to L ttoh
worth's ujdertuklng establishment,
bnt nothing was fouad on it that would
lead to identification. Today an in
quest will be held. ,
, BISHOP O'HAIU TO COME HOME.
Ht Will Probably Return to Eoranton
Rev, Futher O'Reilly," reetor of the
cathedral, who le with Bishop O'Hara
In Cape May, ' telegtapbtd yesterday
that the bishop will leave for Scranton
Reports of bis graces health con
tinue to be of the most enconraglng
character. H-) is now able to take bis
meals with the family of bis brother,
Dr. O'Hara, and enjoys a rid occasion
ally. ' '
DO. NOT FAVOR IT.
Eeleot Council's .Streets and Bridges
Committee Against Competitive Plans.
The streets and bridges oommlttee of
select council last night decided to
report adversely npon the resolution
directing the city clerk to solicit som
petitive plans for the proposed bridges
in order that the aity engineer may be
able to have an opportunity to oonsnlt
the various methods ot constructing
It was the seme of the meeting that
the project was good on and would
bate been quite expedient two or three
month ago, bat it would be perilous
now for I bo reason that it might oc
casion indefinite delay in the construc
tion of the bridges. "
CRANFIELD'S BODY FOUND.
Telegram to That Effect Rsctlved Yes
Uiday by Pottmamr Vsndllog:.
The body of R. K. Cranfield. of this
city, who committed saicide bv drown
ing himself in Lake Csyngu, near
Ithaca, N, Y., was reoovered ysstorday
morning aud a telegram received by
Postmaster Vandling which reqnosted
the friends of Crnnfield to make nr
rangernents for burial.
Postmaster Vandling sent the tele
gram to Abraham Cook, of 223 Wyom
ing avenue, to whose car ll nuil ad-
'resied to Cranfield was direct d.
Mr. Cook was seen last nicbt and
said that be in turn sent the message
to W, Mason, of the West Side, a
brother of Cran field's deceased wife.
At a late hour last night nothing de
finite bad bean aureed upon regarding
the disposition of the body.
Eobsrt Eosrt Charg-ad with an Awful
A most serious offense is laid at the
door of Robert Seart, of Cherry street,
an old man over 70 years of age. For
a number of years Mr, Soart has lived
on this side and was in all that time
looked npon as a man of very moral
character. He is of more than ordinary
intelligence and has nt various times
contributed articles on current topics
o the newspapers. During the late
Prohibition campaign in this state Mr.
Scart sent an article to the newspapers
against the umendment to the consti
tution and subsequently had it bound
in pamphlet form, which he sold at the
rate ol 25 cents each.
He was employed as a gate tender at
the South works of the Lackawanna
Iron nnd Steel company, nnd it is
stated that on Snuday afternoon he en
ticed three little girls, their ages being
not over 12 years, into a shauty In the
mill yurd for the purpose of commit
ting an assault on one of them. His
purpose was thwarted by the arrival of
two employes at tue mill, John Caw-
ley, a brakemau, and John
McGill, a . laborer. One ' of
the girls is a- daughter - of
Mrs. Hugh McCrea, of Fig street, the
other two are the d.iu niters of Mrs T,
J. O'Connor, of Cdar avenue. The
uhildren say that Scurt fnv tbem
some pennies nnd was thus enabled
to entice them into the shanty, lue
families are not incliued to prosecute.
preferring to hush the matter.
bcart couhl not be founU nt bis resi
dence yesterday aud he has been din
charged from the mill by Superintend
BURGLARS AT WORK.
Thty Ransacked Twentieth Ward Homes
Fully a dozen families in the upper
end of the Twentieth ward complain of
having ben visited nv burglars early
vesterd.iy morning. The residence of
Mrs. shea, near Minooka s'oro, was
I Token into aud goods to the value of
The people in the neighborhood of
Mrs. Shea's house who had left clothes
out during the night are minus every
thing left on the clothes line. A gang
of tramps have been .seen around th"
Twentieth ward tor tae past week and
the robberies aro charged to them
They are said to be quartered in Mil
SOUTH SIDE J0TTING3.
Johu J. Ruddy, of Cedar avenue, is en
joying nis vacatiou along tne riuuou.
Miss Kittie Nolan, of Wilkes- Barre. Is
the guest or Aim Maggie LoiuUy, ot or
We are clearing out the whole of our
stock of fine etchings. Chicago Art Co.,
121 Peun avenue.
Miss Mary Conway, of Maple street, has
gone to Atlantic City aud will stay at the
seaside lor the next two weeks.
OFFICER I. F. JONtS INJURED.
His Revolver Acoldently Discharged la
. His Pocket.
Police Officer I. F. Jones was acci
dently shot at Wyoming avenue and
He was about to go off duty and was
standing talking to Officer Georg
Jones and Officer Block. Offloer George
Jones tapped Uln tur 1. t . Jones play
fully on the shoul ler and just then the
latters revolver, which was in his oat
The bullet pi-rced the officers coat,
tore nnd set fire to his trousers and
took a piece off tho top of the index
finger of the right hand. He bad the
wound dressed and went to his home
His escape from more serious injury
was most lorinnuto.
Caledonians Will Oo to Wilkes-Barre
On Saturday the Wilkes Barra Caledou
ian club will hold its annual games at
Hanover parlc near Wllces-ttHrre and the
members of the local Caledonian club are
making arrangements to attend in a body
Many ot those who will bo from this city
intend to wear the full Highland costume.
Deaths of the Week.
Last week's mortality report of the
board or healtu snows that & deaths oc
curred fn.m all causes, 2 from typlnid
lever anu l irom aiptneria, and ii cases of
the former and i ol tho latter disoases de
veloped during the week. In the week
previous 34 deaths occurred from all
Hotel Kppsr Fall-'.
Anthony R t'a, who runs a hotel at the
Kidze. Archbald, had his ellucts seized bv-
Deputy Sheriff Griswold yesterday on au
execution issued Dy A. a. JN. llolteubeig.
l ue amount in tne jungmeui is iui.
Mue:o Boxes Exclusively.
lJest made. Play any desired number of
tunes, liautschl Ac Sons., manufacturers,
joau Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.,
derful orchestrlal oriraus, only t5 and ill).
Specialty: Old musio boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
Ecrnnton'e Bueinesi Interests.
Tub Trihunb will soon publish a rare
fully complied aim ciassined list or the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests ot bcranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
In book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our rmbllo build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
witn portraits ol leading citizens. No
similar work nas ever given au equal rep.
resentation ot Bcrauton's mauv indu
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
ot onr . business resources. Bent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
dvertisement of the city. The circu
lation Is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to tnose concerned as well as tho city
at large, representatives ot i hs tribune
will call upon thosr whobk names
are desired iu this edition aud explaiu
Its nature more fully. ,
Tbose desiring views ot their residehoes
in this edition will please have notice at
I will present one thousand dollars in
f;old to any oue whom I cannot cure of epi
eptic convulsions or fits.- Ur. E. Grbwkr,
811 Spruce street, Scranton, Pa, .
ircweil Concert lo the American Quartette
at JrCkson Street Church.
NUMBERS THAT WERE RENDERED
Members of the Quartette Heard to
Good Advantage-Party Will Leave
for New York This Morning and
Sail Tomorrow on the City of Ber
linGospel meetings to Be Held.
Other News Notes.
A well pleased audience in the Jack
son Street Baptist church last evening
stoned to the farewell concert ot the
American quartette, which is about to
bet;in a tour of Lnglaud aud Wales uu-.
der the direction ot Professor Huydn
cvans. The programme of ten num
bers wns enlarged by Miss Julli Allen.
the violinist of the party, who, by re
quest, played a Welsh air with much
tlect. This, with the addition of sev
eral encore numbers, completed an
evening's entertainment that was care
fully varied and highly appreciated.
Miss Cordelia Freeman, the contralto
ot the party, was warmly greeted by
friends, who knew her as the daughter
of Rev. D. K. Freeman, former pastor
of the Washburn Street Preahy terian
church. Her voice evinces much cul
tivation, hut is rather on the order of a
mezzo-soprano. She sang with excel
lent effect Mrs. Tom's ''Waiting
Heart," with violin obligato by Mifs
Allen. It was in the duet with Miss
Kaiser that Miss Freeman's voice was
heard to best advantage. The number
was Abt's "Ilurp of the Winds,"
and its blending of soprano
and contralto . effects was excep
tionally felicitous. Miss K titer's sing
ing of Bishop's "Hear the Gentle Lurk"
gave this gifted soprano abundant op
portunity to display the resources of
tier voiee. A particularly noticeable
featnro was its volume nnd register.
Miss Kaiser's enunciation was excep
tionally clear nnd her trills and runs
true and well modulated. Mr, Burns
and Mr. Anyl, always favorites in this
city, were in superb voice, and the vio
lin playing of Miss Allen has seldom
been heard to snoh advantage.
The party this morning will take
train for New York. They will maki
the outward voyage in the stanch lo
rn nil liner, City of Berlin, Captain
Wntkins. The concert tour will be
initiated at Cardiff and contintio fix
weeks, including the principal cities in
Wales and possibly several in England.
During the tour Miss Kaiser will con
tribute letters to The Tkiuu.ne de
scriptive ot the quartette's reception
and interesting incidents of the jour
ney. The City of Berlin will lift anchor
ut 10 o'clock tomorrow, morning.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
David Hrvey. of Carbondale. is visiting
friends on the est side.
John Roberts, of Deckers's court, is vis
iting friends at Lake Wiuola.
Wallace Bittenbonder, of Ktroudsbure.
id viDibiiiK melius uu mis muo.
Mrs. Thomas Richards, of Montrose, is
circulating among Ineuds on tho West
George Rogers of Buffalo, is tho euest
otitis sister, Mrs. Frank Zuetle, of Tenth
Mortimer Stevens, of- Lake Winoln, is
the guest of Wallace Moser, ot Lafayette
Mrs. Wilfred Lake, of Boston, Is visiting
iuiiMius j'uuiiie uuu uaisy uoyce, oi iiucK
Mr. and Mrs. James Watkins, of North
Hyde Park avenue, have returned from a
two weeks' stay at Lake Wiuola. r
Misses Mame aud Anna Stevens, of Car.
bondale. are the quests of MihS Mame
Kromer, ot North Hyde Park avenue.
Bert Eynon, who is spending the summer
nt liHKe tvniola, Is visiting his father, A
B. Eyuou, of North Hyde Park avenue.
The funeral of James Hcnntean, who
died at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. John
yuinuan. of Prico street, will take place
tomorrow morning, a requiem hihss will
oo ceinnrnteu iu at, t'atnek s church at it
Rev. D. C. Hughes, pastor of the Jack
son Street Baptist church, has been at
work of late arranging for holding of the
Moody revival meetings. A largo tent will
be erected on the West Side iu which the
meetings will bo hold. As a preliminary
to the proceedings a union service will be
conducted tomorrow evoninc in the
Simpson Methotlist. Episcopal ruurch. The
members of all the Wust Side churches who
are interested in the work are urgently
requestea io ue prescnr,
Mrs, Samuel Davis, of North Hyde Park
avenue, a most esteemed resident of this
side, died at her home yesterday morning
at, io o chick, uirs. uavn nnd ueen sillier
iiig for about four weeks. Deceased was
82 years ot age. She was born in Now
joi n state, lud tins resided here for Foven
ty-two years. She was a member of the
Scranton atroet Baptist church, althnucrli
of late her extreme old age prevented her
from atteudmg services. She is survived
by four married clnMren. Troy ate Mrs,
Frank Woodruff, Airs. P. Decker, Mrs. Ed.
ward Sweeney aud it'uton Davis, of Lin.
colu avenue. luueial announcement later,
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Miss Nellie Fadden, of Olyphant. is visit.
1 . .1... L-..H..l.n 1. 1
1UK nb uc uuirAH MUUDU
Miss Carrie Huff, of Parkor street, is
vuiiiug ii iouus ni i.iarK's summit.
A meetiug of tho Liberty Hose company
will be held this evtmiug at 8 o'clock.
The Crystal Literary club will hold its
annual Dim nt tue armory on Sept. G.
Mrs. T. D. Lowis, of North Malu nve.
uue, is recovering alter her receut illuess,
Martin Nolan and Miss Mary Nolan are
visiting . Mrs. UuslcK, ot Webt Marke
Elegantly framed pictures are being sold
L. I. . ... . .
ior nan price oi irame. luicugo Art t o.
127 fenij avenue.
The Cumberland Hose company has nr
ranged for its . annual picnic at Frear'i
grove ou sept. &, j
Prolo'sor Haydn Evnns will take a
number of Llew y Bryn's publications for
circulation in Wales.
Emm'ott O'Boyle will leave today on
business trip of a week's duration in t
Miss Lizzie llolthitm, of aauderson ave
nue, and Mrs. R. E. Gill, of Prnviil, ncft.
accompanied by Miss Kulledgo, of Pitts-
ton, will sjiend two weeks ut Delaware
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bnrke and Mr. and
Mrs. M. F. Fadden have left 'or a tour
aioug l tic uudson and through New York
S No, better spoons are made g
j5 than those of Wra, Rogers j
B ' Manufacturing Co. They
3 were never sold at this price E
S before. Buy now Sj
TEA SPOONS 50c. fOl 6. jjj
B TABLESPOONS $1.00 FOR 6. g
state. They will also visit Philadelphia
and Atlantic City.
S. D. Roberts, of the Providence Coal
company's store; August Jenkins, mull
carrier, aud William Miller are enjoying a
vacation at Lake bt. John.
Samuel Van Wort was charged before
Alderman Bailey yesterdav with wilfully
concealing eight racing stilts and other
articles which ho "took wiihout permis
sion" from the Driving park on Aug. 13.
The prisoner restored the suits, puid the
costs and was discharged with a repri
SODA WATER A NO SODA CRACKLRS.
Hard Taok on a Chain for Sunday Sodn
"Judge Gnnster's opinion virtually
gives us permifslon to sell soda water
on Sunday," said a central city drug
gist yesterday. "If It is legal to sell
soda on the Sabbath as an accompani
ment to a lunch there is nothing to
preveut ns from selling on Sunday aud
living within the pale ot the law, for It
is an easy matter to furnish a lunch."
"B;fore next btinday you will see a
lnnch table in that bay window. Sus
pended above that lunch table will be
chain and attached to that chain will
be a lunch. For 0 cents you can have
all that lunch you care to eat nnd a
glasB of soda besides. For 10 cents
you will be furnished with a pi?ce ot
cake and soda."
What will your chained lunch con
sist of?" naked the reporter,"
"Well, 1 think hardtack will be the
most lasting," he replied.
This plan of meeting the peculiar
demands of the law iu thttcase ot sell-
ng intoxicants has lived in Bostou and
it is claimed stood the test oflaw, The
local druggist states that it is not so
much to evade the law us to show up
ts absurdities, that lie is starting a
lunch counter as no adjunct to his
Teet of Nw N p'uae Steamer.
Tests of the new Nentuue steamer will
be mado tomorrow rooming at U o'clock at
Court House square and later from tho
cistern at M, Robinson's brewery. City
officials and fire committees. of councils
will witness the tests.
Import Samples mean 20
per cent, less than import
No two pieces alike.
Flower Vases, Jarden-
iere3, Plates, Chocolate and
Tea Pots, &c.
To Secure REAL BAR
GAINS, come at once.
WEICHEL k MILLAR
116 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 liavo been sold before at
such prices; but, remember there
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
Our lino 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, bntter and eggs.
t28 Wyoming Are.
You fMeed 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 foi
Martin & E&elajay
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 Lacka. Ave.
45 dozen Ladies' White Embroidered 4f fWo I
Handkerchiefs, value 25c, for . . W willb
50 dozen Children's School Handker- 1
s chiefs, in plain and colored borders, 0 fnnfn 5
f, value 5 and 10 cents, for .... W tlOlllD g
35 dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Handker- R fflnfo i
chiefs, value 10 cents, for - - - - 0 llClHo s
s A new line of Chemisettes just received.
For Fall Wear
305 Lackawanna Ave.
It's a Great Shock
fothe folks who are elulmlnor they undersell
111 others to find that without the least fuss
or MutiT we are iiivlns custom-rs the bun
tit ot Btioh opportunities as t'leso.
A Mrietlv Illicit Grade l.l;lit-welsli
Whrcl, pattnro, t t S 1 1 1) casli.
1803 paltvrii, SI SO When I, lor S7.V
1HII4 imttnrii, MOO V hmil, lor 085 casW,
These prices make tho business at our btoro.
FLOREY C HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
Maloney Oil and
141 TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
IN IJk'iJt h.
fro at Preinit the Umt Popnltr sad frofcrred by
Wirerooms: Opposite Columbus Monument,
13 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
y F- "a '"'tt
By DR. SHIMBERG,
The Specialist on tho Eye. Headaches and Ner
vousness relieved. Latest nnd Improved Stylo of
Eyeglasses and Spectaclos at the Lowest Prises.
Lest Artificial Eyas inserted for $.".
305 SIMtlCK ST., Opp. Old Post Offics.
II. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
WXOUIXQ ATE.. 6CKAM0
DKCHER BROTHERS lira
KRAMICH & BAOK WiiJBl
Umi larg ttocfc ot BnteJaa
MLblO, tlJ.. KTU
Another Advocate of
UKS. HKNWOOD & WAKDELL:
OENTLEMEN-It afTords rae crral
pleasure to state that your new prooesn
of eltractiiiK tneth whs b rond eneeeae Is
n j case, and I heartily rpcnmmonil It t
11. I aluverely hope that others will
ieit its nit-rltK.
CAFT. 8. E. Hit V ANT. Horaoton, Pa,
Hen wood & Wardell,
S16 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and aftnr May 21 make a grent rednn
tloa In the prices of plates. Mi work gun
anteeJ first-class in avoir particular.
A. W. JURISCH ,
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLKS AND SPORTING
Victor. Qendron, Eclipse, LovelL Diamoat
and Other Wheels.
ROOF ttnnln and soldering all flone away
with by the use of HAKTMAN'8 LAT
ENT PAINT, which consisU of ineredi nts
well-known to all It can bo applied to tin,
fralvunized tin, Rhont iron roofs, also to brick
dwellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or brenklnif of tin
brick. It will outlast tinuliiK ot any kind b)
many years,and It's cost does not exoeed one
fifth that of the cost of tlnnlnir. Is sold by
the Job or pnuuil. Contracts taken by
ANIOMO UAltllllANN, &ff Biroh Bl -