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THE SCTJANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2S. 18!)4.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
THE TBADE BIT
The Weston ill Co,
EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS J
THE BCNOINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G.. B. & Co.,
FmprlntM on Earth Clew.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'ft.
CUUttT UOVOU kUVAUK.
DR. H. B. WARE will bo
in his office on and after
the first week in Septem
Judge R. W. Archba'd it at Montrose.
Mies Mary Jordan, of Parsons, is viaitine
friends in the city,
John Jermyn and Attorney S. B. Price
are on the ocean en route (or borne.
0. W. Broad head, of Montrose, was a
caller at The Tkihone office yesterday.
Ming Kate Oriffen, of Wellsly. Mass., is
visiting Miss Minnie Cawley of the West
Miss Frieda Harris, of Pine street, Is en
tertaining Miss Martha Goodkind, of New
Mrs. Victor Koch and children returned
yesterday from their summer home in
Charles Robinson left yesterday for Fire
Island to seek much need rest from busi
Miss Clara Tracy, of Towanda, is the
guest of Miss Bessie D. Sherer, of Madi
Miss Theresa Blewitt. of Phelps stret, is
the guest, of Miss Anna McAudrew, of
William Morris departed yesterday for a
two weeks' visit to Washington, Baltimore
and other points.
Mrs. George Mackretb. of Washburn
street, and Mrs. Gallagher, of Jackson
street, are rusticating at Luke Winola.
Miss Maggie Lunny. of Pittston, re
turned to her home yesterday after visit
ing Mist Lizzie O'Malley, of Adams ave
iuo. "Mayor William L. Connell, of Scran
ton, a gentleman of commanding presence
and fine address, placed his autograph on
the Pennsylvania Hall register last even
ing," tays a recent issue or the Pottsville
Miners' Journal. "Mr. Connell is a
nephew of William Connell, a wealthy coal
operator and founder of the Schanton
Tkibonk, aud is at present filling his first
term as mayor of the Electric City. Ho
lies a tall well knit frame and is nearliig
his fortieth year, the youth of old age. He
it one of the most popular men in Lacka
wanna county and weara his honors with
becoming grace and dignity. Mayor Con
nell Is one of the owners of the Navigation
tract, which is located on the northwest
territory of Pottsville, and is hereosten
tibly to make arrangements for the devel
opment of its coal resources. The tract
extends to a point near the court house
and extensive developments art contem
plated by the owners."
GONE TO MT. GRETNA.
Rifle Team of Thirteenth Regiment Now
at the Ranfree.
Yetterday morning the famous rifle
team of the Thirteenth regiment loft
for Mb, Gretna, where they will tbit
wvtek endeavor to wront new innr.i.
frtoia the other lifie teams of the state.
The team was in charge of Inspootor
of Rifle Practice Jetsnp and waa made
upV' tli following: Qnarterniatter
Serjeant Ree. Watkins,SergeantCollen
andlPrivate Robliog, of Company C;
Privates Stout and Yonng, of Company
Afc THE THEATERS.
Tomorrow evening at the Academy of
Musio Scrantonians will have thoir first
opportunity of witnessing 'The Fencing
Master," De Koven and Smith's tuneful
opera. The substance of the libretto is as
follows: Franceses, the fencing master,
has grown np as a boy and her sex is nn
known 1,0 all at the court. In time her
woman's heart impels her to love Fortu
nio. aud beiug jealous, she arranges for
Fillippa, to whom Fortunio thinks he
loves, to elope with Guido. By Fortunio,
Francesca is charged with being a false
friend, and then she tells him of her sex,
and of her love for him. The tale is told
Dy these characters: Francesca, Torquato's
daughter, brought up as a boy and known
as FrjnceRco (the F.ncing Master), Doro
1Z7 rton! Torlato, fencing master of
the Milanese court, A. M. Holbrook; Pas
on no, private astrologer to the duke of
Milan, Arthur Lieblee; Count Guido Mal
!h ua S'E00!18": fillippa, ward of
the duke Bertha Baylis; Theresa, daugh
ter of a Milanese money lender? Jennie
D el?.?a,a; Pleir- n ,nn kePer. in love
Jlltb1TH?i!iS1arlon Wdon; Fortunio,
the rightful heir to the throne of Milan;
David Torrence. The chorus Is mado up
of capable singers. A disparch from Da5
L. Hart, of Wilkes-Barre, to This Tribune
states that "The Fencing Master" de
lighted a large and critical audience Inst
night. The company was excellent, opora
novel and tcenery beautiful and pictur
esgue. t t t
The historical musical spectacle "War
ana react;, wuicn win De given at the
Frothingham Thursday afternoon aud
avenincr hv V. W. Innm.' hanA win u a -
" B 1 J nil. u. UV
cidedly interesting. Griffin post, Grand
Aruij ui iuv &wjutjuu, huu company u ot
the Thirteenth regiment will participate
in the military picture.
Mimeographs and neoBtyles for dupli
cating and copying.
Pratt's Book Store.
That tired feeling which Is so common
and so overpowering is entirely driven off
by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the beet blood
purifier. Hood's Sarsaparilla overcomes
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
pills, assist digestion, care headache. 25o.
a oox. "
Big Crowd Attends tin Hood; Meeting in
REV. BLISS DESCRIBES A SINNER
He Does Not Like a Lukewarm Chris
tianUrges His Hearers to Be Ac
tive in the Service of God and Keep
in Communion with Him Person
als and News of the Day Briefly
The Moody meeting! bare now fairly
began and the interest manifested in
them is great.
Almost every available sent in the
Urge tent was utilized for the reoep-
tiou 01 tne large throug of people that
were crowded into the place last even
ing. The choir snng superbly under
the direction of William C. Jones, and
will '.now continue to nightly render
the goepol bymns until the close of the
campaign. During yesterday after
noon a new arrangement was made in
placing the seats, and a greater smonnt
of people oan now be accommodated.
Ine services opened at 7:30 0 clock.
On the spacious platform were
seated Revs. L. C. Ford, D. D.,
T. J. Collins, D. C. Hughes D. D. and
E. V. Bliss. Tne meeting was opened
with the bymn, "Let Ui Crown Him."
This was followed with an earnest
prayer by Rev. D. C. Hnghes, D. D.,
pastor of the Jnekson Street liaptist
church. Miss Lillian Sulvely, of the
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church,
rendered a beautiful solo, entitled "I
Love to Bear the Savior's Voioe,
with great effect. A portion of tho
Scripture was read by Rer. L.C. Floyd.
Mr. Bliss said he was very glad to
see so many present on a Monday night.
ns it was the most ditfleuit 01 the weeK,
being a reaction from Sunday. He
said a meeting would be held this
afternoon in the Simpson Methodist
Epleeopnl church. After the rendi
tion ot the beautiful hymn, "How Firm
a Foundation." by the choir and con
gregation, Mr. Bliss chose for his text
Revelations xii, 11. During his dis
course he said :
The Bible tells us, that the devil Is the
Prince of Darkness, and that he came and
told our forefathers that God did not want
us to eat of the tree of life, because we
would know as much as he did. God said,
"As sure as ye eat of that tree ye shall
surely die." We think that the devil only
visits the rum shops and like places, but it
is not so. He visits the churches and other
holy places; and Paul says, "He has power
to appear as an angel." I think that the
devil fini power to place any
man whose trust is not fully
iu God, in a position, where he will preach
anything but the Gospel and yet think
that they are doing right. When any man
or womau gets away from God, they be
come at once the prey of the devil. Any
person who is not going about daily trying
ao do good, and who is satisfied with his
life and family, is a false Christian.
I cau get along with cold people in this
world, but not the hike-warm people. The
latter class come to yon and pat you on
the back saying how nicely you preached.
In three or four days you can't find them.
I would rather meet an old sinner than
any Christian whose heart is not in com
munion with God's. The reason why we
sometimes act so cool is because we have
lost all of our Christ-like sympathy. Al
ways have family prayer. Give the Lord
a definite place in your hearts ana homes,
and have family prayers in your home.
Let it become a fixed habit. You all have
an enemy to contend tgaiust. WL ere are
your sous? Where are your daughters? I
submit to you Christian people that we
should pray, and when the enemy comes
we win oe ready ror mm. won't you pray
that God may come to your Won't yon
pray that men may come to this place and
be saved. Let the blood of Jesus Christ
cleanse yon all.
This discourse was followed by a
prayor offered by Rev. Dr. Floyd, and
after a bymu the meeting closed.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Harry P. Carl i up, of this side, has gone
to Pittsburg to reside.
Miss Cora James, of Carbondale, is visit
ing friends on this side.
Miss Mnmo Donnelly, of Binghamton, Is
Visiting friends on this side.
Mr. and Mn. Job Harris, of Eynon
street, are in New York city.
Bert Eynon, of North Hyde Park ave
nne, left yesterday for Lake Winola.
Fred O. Peters, of South Lincoln ave
nue, has returned from Lake Winola.
Bartlny Walsh, ot Lafayette street, bat
gone to bunqnebanna where be will spend
a few days.
Fred W. Wnrnke is having a bowling
alley erected iu the rear of bis hotel on
The Sir Knights of Pleasure dancing
class will open its season in Mears' hall
SI onday evening next.
Those desiriug to join the choir at Moody
meetings will please confer with William
B. Owen or Minor Worden.
Roy. J. B. Parry, of Tfcstinioe. Wnles.
will preach this evening in the First
Wolsli Congregational church.
Benjamin Phillips aud family, and Miss
ijena roster, or Lincoln avenue, have re
turned from a visit to Lansford.
A gang of men has been employed by the
Scranton Traction company and is now
mending the breaks in the pavement
causea Dy tne worn 01 raising tne track" to
The many friends of Miss Nettle Lewis,
gathered at her home on South Lincoln
avenue lnnt evening, where an enjoyable
party was held. Games and other amuse
ments were indulged in until a late hour,
when refreshments were served.
The remains of the late Professor Joseph
Roney were removed yesterday morning
on tne 0.1a ueiaware, ijackawannn and
Western train to Trenton. N. J., where
interment was made. A large number of
friends accompanied the remains to the
Much interest is taken in the school
children's competition on the "Star
Spangled Banner" to be rendered at the
Laurel Hill Park eisteddfod. A rehearsal
for the event was held by ttie pupils of
David Owens in No. 14 Bchool yesterday
with nnbonnded satisfaction.
WILL SUE THE GRAND LODGE.
Lehigh Valley Conduotori Waut Their
"It is finite like" un r.,.l,nn.
"J, 'J J mrmtjt VUU XUI VW U
dale Herald, ''that there wilt be weep
ing, waning ana possioiy a little gnash
ing of teeth in the Grand lodge of the
uruer ot rteuway conductors ere the
autumnal month of September has
gone past. Last fall when a strike was
deemed the mil manna hv mhinh n,
J .. J M.VU vuv
Lehigh Valley Railroad company could
u iwocu to terrnt ana tne employes
struck, the officials of the above lodge
made a formal demand that all mem
bers of the Order of Railway Conduc
tors in the nmnlnv nf lhT,.h(nl, V.l.
ley go out . and sympathize with the
onier employes 01 the system. -
Out they went with, it sppears, the
understanding that the Qrand lodge
would pay them for the time they lost
bv ob.vinr th ClrAr Wh.n h.
audited up their account they made
the startling discover that each and
-w, wmon ract iney revealed to the
head offleers of the Order. For months
they waited for their time, but, like
the freight train, it never pulled in,
and now they have instituted lege! ao-
tion against the Grand lodge for the
sum it agreed, but thus far has failed
"The case will be triad la one ot the
eastern courts and will be a test oasc.
The plaintiffs assert that they were
under oath to do the biddiag of the or
der and when the grand officers de
manded their services in the capacity
of strikers they had to go and thus it is
that they want their wages."
DOES HE BELONG TO SCRANTON?
Yonng Man Found Dead at Woontocket
Supposed to Have Friends Here.
Chief of Police William T. Simpson
yesterday received a telegram front
Jonn li. currier, chler or police of
Woonsocket, R. I., requesting informa
tion concerning a young man named
John Heffron, who was found lying
along the railroad tracks near that
town, with a fractured skull. A few
hours later ha died at the Sister s hos
lie vrorktd with a gang of bridge
builden and went by the name ot John
McCarthy. On hit arm was tatoosd
the name of Johu Hiffon. It is be
lieved that be is a young mnn whose
psrents live on the South Side.
Communications have boea opened
np with the authorities at Woonsoeket
for a closer identification.
Alderman Horan Bad to Rule on a Very
Alderman Horan's office was filled
last night upon the occasion of the
bearing of the oase brought by John
Murphy against Qeorge Seale for value
of milk. On Aug. 20 six cows were
found by Seale in hit garden and the
ownert were nolihed that the trespass
must be settled bofore the bovines were
released. The damages were arbitrated
at against the owner of each cow,
and while Murphy went home for the
money, Seale milked five of the cows,
but the sixth was a kicker.
Murpby claimed that as as be had
paid his sbare of the damages, Seal
baa no right to milk the cow and be
therefore sued bim for C4 oents. the
value thereof. Defendant claimed
he milked the cow in order to relieve
her and offered the milk to the various
parties, who, it appeared, declined to
take it, as it was mixed together and
they would be unable to apportion it.
The alderman decided that the ques
tion at issue was, whether it was
neoessary to milk the cow at the time
or whether she would be in pain from
non-milking, and ruled that Seale bad
failed to make out his defense, and
gave judgement for the plaintiff ao
oordingly. Proceedings will be taken by the
owners of the other five cows, as tbe
case was taken as a test.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Mrs. Peck, of Dickson avenne, Is visiting
Conrad's band, of Green Ridge, will go
to Farvlew tomorrow,
James McDonough of Cole's pharmacy,
is enjoying a ten days' vacation.
Rev. D. A. Evans, pastor of the Puritan
Congregational church, has resigned.
Tbe North End Choral nnion will hold a
rehearsal tomorrow evening ut Archbald's
William Found, clerk for the Green
Ridge Store compuny, has returned from a
vacation in Wayne county,
Tbomas Ray, a native ot Wales, who
has spent a two months' vacation with his
son on West Market street, will return
home in a few days on tbe steamship Lu
cania. Waltor, the little son of E. W. Scharer,
surveyor of Parker street, has now prac
tically recovered. Two months ago he
was attacked by diphtheria and paralysis
resulted two weeks ago.
Mrs. Heist bas removed her' dental par
lors to Fenner & Cbappell's hall where an
excellent suite of rooms have been spec
ially furnished. Dr. Taylor, an exper
ienced dentist assists Mrs. Heist.
Tbe Jnnlor Christian Eudeavor of the
Christian church, of North avenue. Provi
dence, will hold an entertaiument and box
social Thursday evening, Aug. 30. The
eutoriainment will De tree and boxes 10
The Excelsior Hose company's excursion
to Bingbamton on Thursday is the topio in
tb North End, and this Is due to the ex
cellent arrangements which have been
mado. Tbe train leaves tbe Delaware,
Lackawanna aud Western depot at 8 a.m.,
and tbe Cayuga twitch at 8.10. Tickets,
adults, $1.50; children, $1.
The funeral of George Tisco, of 510
Breaker street, took place yesterday after
noon, whenalurge number of sympathiz
ers were present. The services at the resi
dence were conducted by Rev. M. D Ful
ler, of Providence Methodist Episcopal
church, assisted by Rev. M. F. Stahl, of
Green Ridge Preibyterian church. The
members of the Celestial Lodce of Oddfel
lows, and of the Ezra Grlfliu post of the
Grand Army of the Republic, attended to
pay their Inst respects to their deceased
brother. The funeral procession was a
large one. luterment was made at Clark's
The Commonwealers who were lodging
in Tripp's ravine bad a fine old time a few
evenings ago. They helped themselves to
tbe potatoes from the field near the cross
ing and lighted a camp fire, and roast po
tatoes Were served up in regular style.
Sweet corn from nn adjoining field helped
to complete thoir banquet. Great credit,
however, is due to Lieutenant Spollmau
and his men for tbe energy they displayed
in clenriug the North End of the Wander
ing Willies, who were beginning to mani
fest themselves iu a very unpleasant mau
uor. Gnvs illm the Watch. .
Faward Walsh denies that he neensud
Michael Kelly of stealing his watch. De
says be gave Kelly bis watcb for safe keep
City and School Taxei, 1894.
The city and school tax duplicates for
tne year 13'.h are now in my nanus lor
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 Treasurer.
Municipal building, Washington avenue.
UlUce hours from U a. m. to 5 p. m., ex
cept Satuurday, this office will bo closed
Bill books, memorandums, time books
and blank books, in stock or made to or
der. Pratt's Bqok Store.
Gcranton'e Suslnttt Interest.
The Tribune will soon publish a care
fullv compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing ana professional Interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
In book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens, No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation ot Scranton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies ot
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Representatives of The Tribune
will eall upon those whose names
are desired in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In tni edition will please Uave notice at
Grocers and botchers' past hooks. ' '
Pratt's Book Store.
Plate Glass Window In Bentele's Furniture
Store Broken by Stone Throwing.
INCENDIARIES ARE AMONG (IS
The Old Baker Shop of Scheuer Bros.
Set on Fire Yesterday Morning.
Century Hose Company Invited to
Attend the Parade of Wilkes-Barre
Fire Department A Boy's Arm
Broken Funeral of John Charles
There it a gang of small bovi who
congregate on tbe Orchard grounds
every night and no manner of petty
miscniet seems to etcupe them. The
principal diversion appears to be tbe
habit of throwing stones at the bouses
on Cedar avenue and their position on
the hill in tbe darkness left it very
difficult to cotoh them.
Lust night about 8.30 the 11-vear-
old son of Petor Now, of River street,
threw a round Btone the size of an eei;
at the plate glass front of Bentele's
furniture store and cracked one of tbe
panes doing dumage to the amount of
about $30. Officer Flaherty gave chase
to the meddlesome urchin and ospturcd
bim, hiding, behind one of tbe lumber
piles noar tbe bridge. The officer
would have lodged the boy in the
station house but for the requsst of Mr,
Btntele who will make his father settle
WERE NOT MARRIED SATURDAY.
Mist Julia O'Donnell and John Conaboy
Will Be Wedded Tomorrow.
Tbe marriage of Miss Julia O'Don
nell. of Birney avenue, and John Cona
boy,' of Minooka, will be solemnizsd at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning in St.
Joseph's church, Minooka, with a nup
After a dinner at the residence of
John O'Donnol, the bridal party will
leave at 2 o'clock on a wedding tour,
embracing a visit to New York, Phila
delphia and Atlantic City.
The report that they were married
on Saturday in the court house by Al
derman Fuller is not true.
INCENDIARIES AT WORK.
The Old Bakery of Eohsuer Bros. Set on
At an early hour yesterday morning
JobuSoheucr, jr., discovered the old
building at one time used as a bakery to
be on fire. A stream of water was
turned on tbe flamei and in little while
they were extinguished.
Mr. Soheuer believet that it wat the
work of flrcbuge. A few tuapioious
looking tramps were teen prowling in
the neighborhood and the fire is
thought to be their work.
FELL FROM A WAGON.
Frank Ossman, a Polish Boy, Suffers a
Frank Osiman, a Polish boy about
17 years of age, living on Willow
street, fell from a wagon on whioh he
wat riding yesterday afternoon and re
ceived a compound fracture ot the
In crossing over the gutter at Pitts
ton avenue the wagen lurched heavily
and threw Ossman from the seat. Dr.
Eolb was sent for and set the boy's
WILL GO TO WILKES-BARRE.
The Century Hoes Company Aoctptt an
Invitation to Visit That Village.
Tbe Invitation of George A. St. John,
of Wilkes-Barre, foreman of Meohanio
Steamer company, No. 1. to tbe mem
bers of the Century Hose company to
attend the parade of tbe Wilkes-Barre
fire department on Stpt. 13 has been
The Centuries will be the guests ot
Mr. St. John on the occasion.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Miss Sara Feeley, of Indianapolis, is vis
iting the family of Police Officer Flaherty,
on Cherry street.
The Neptune Engine company is using
the hose carriage of the Phenix company
While its own is beiug repaired,
William Doehler, of Willow street, will
leave to-day for Seelevville where his wif
is ill. She went there a week ago with
oer lamuy on a visit to iriends.
Mrs. Mary Coyne, whose residenea waa
destroyed in the Minooka fire, is quite
sick at the home of her son. Professor
i nomas j, Loyne, 01 lireck street.
Henry Geigler, 17 years old. of Cedar
avenue, fell from the up stairs window of
bis father's house yesterday and escaped
unhurt, excepting a few scratches he re
ceived on the face. He fell on a plate glass
winaow ana crone tue glass.
Tbomas Donahoe, of Stoue avenue, a
bright young newspaper mau who bas had
charge of the South Side department of
the Elmira Budget for over a year, re
signed yesterday and will begin today as
South Side correspondent ot the Truth,
James White, of the West Side, em-
pioyea , in tne ran sneus at the Houth
works, was cut by a revolving file yester
day and the radial artery of his left wrist
Revered. Dr. Manloy bandased the wound.
but Wbito had lost nearly two quarts of
dioou Detore tue now couiu oe stopped.
Tbe funeral of John Charles Miller will
be held at 2 o'clock this af tornoou. Inter
ment will he made in Pittston Avenue
cemetery. Yesterday afternoon a post
mortem examination was made bv Drs.
Kulb and O'Brien, aud the resnlt showed
that deuth was caused by phthisis.
The very large funeral of Mrs. Michaul
lligglns, ol i.lm street, was held yester
day morning. The remains were con
veyed to St. John's church on Fig street
and a solemn hiuh mass of requiem was
"We are prepared to furnish all
kinds of School Books and School
Supplies at short notice.
We always have in stock a com
plete line of Blank Books, Sta
tionery anil Ofllco Supplies.
Wall Paper, Window Shades
Pictures and Frames.
No better spoons arc made Sj
than those of Wra, Rogers' 5
Mannfactnrlnff Co. Thav S
were never sold at this prioe
' voiuiv. . uuj nun
TEA SPOONS 50c FOR 6.
TABLESPOONS $1 .00 FOR 6. g
celebrated. Rev. F. P. Walsh was cele
brant; Rev. D. H. Green, of Minooka,
deacon; Rev. E. J. Melley, tub-deacon,
and Patrick J. La velle, - master of cere
monies. After the mass Father Melley de
livered a very touching Bermonon death.
Interment was made in Hyde Park ceme
tery. The pall bearers were Martin Mc
Donough, Thomas Kearney, Peter O'Mal
ley, Brian McManamy, Jobu Flood aud
BURGLARS BROUGHT BACK.
Men Who Vinited Frank Conntll't Bosi
denee Now in thla City.
The two bnrglnrt who entered the
residence of Frank H. Connell last
week and carried off a nuantith of sll-
verwnre and were subsequently ar
rested in Binghamton. were brought
back to this city at 8 o clock last night
by Officers Day and Roehe, and are
now lodged in tbe Central Police sta
tion. Tbe most of Mr. Council's silver wnro
was found, in the possession of the
burglars and bas been recovered. A
warrant was tworn out ugninst them
yesterday before Alderman Fuller, and
they will get a hoariug at 9 o'clock to
day. The men give their names as
George Smith and Fred Collins.
REMAINS OF P. H. FLAHERTY ARRIVE.
Funeral Will bt Held at 0 O'clock This
The body of P. II. Flaherty, who wss
killed at Providence, R. I., arrived iu
this city at an early hour this morn
The funeral will take place tbis
morning at 0 o'clock. A high mass ot
requiem will be sung at St. John's
ohureh, and interment will be m ide in
Hyde Park cemetery.
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Attorney J. M. Harris made implication
to court for a charter for the William A.
and Lawrence Colliery Keg tund, ot Dnr
yea. In tbe office of Prothonotarv Pryor yes
terday J. Hay & yon, of Ennton, begun a
suit in assumpsit against Finley Ross, jr.,
in tne sum ot Hk:h.
The bond of William D. Morgan in tho
sum of 1300 as treasurer of Enterprise
lodge, Loyal Knights of America, was
niea yesterday in conrt.
In the estate of William E. Morcan. late
of Old Forge, letters testamentary were
yesterday granted bv Register of Wills
Koehler to Evan Lewie, of Old Forge.
Pillsbury Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,500 barrels a day.
Wood, bamboo and brais? easels.
Phatt's Book Stoke.
Import Samples mean 20
per cent, less than import
No two pieces alike.
Flower Va3es, Jarden
ieres, Plates, Chocolate and
Tea Pots, &c.
To secure REAL BAR
GAINS, come at once.
WEICHEL k MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
WILL OPEN ON
COME AND SEE US.
HO SPRUCE STREET
Will be here bright and early NEXT
We Already Have
A beautiful line of other makes of
Fall Hats at different prices.
PALL NECKWEAR will be in
full bloom in a few days,
Christian,. .The Hatter
412 SPRUCE ST. and
205 LACK A. AVENUE.
! 1 ALL
You Need 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
REartin & Belanj
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 Lacka. Ave.
g 45 dozen Ladieo White
3 50 dozen Children's School Handker-
chief3, m plain and colored borders, 0 ffltlte R
value 5 and 10 cents, for .... 0 ClUb f.
S 35 dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Handker- K fanfc S
a chiefs, value 10 cents, for - - - - " 5
A new line of Chemisettes just received.
i -TELLE & SEELEYl
S 134 WYOMING AVENUE. i
I THE BEST I
I OF PROPHETS I
S for the future is the past. During the more than fort? years ot its ?
- existence over 65,000 people have pnroha?ed and played and praised
I The Emerson Piano. 1
5 There are soma planes that will cost you more than "' Emerson s
S will. If yon enjoy paying hiith prices just for tho snkt ' paying S
KS thorn, probably yon will buy one of thene. But no matter .vhat yon S
pay yon'll not get a better piano, nor a handsomer, nor one more
Ti duraMo. It is impossible to improve on the best. s
S3 SONAHLE rraCJJ-CASII-lXSTAI.UUENTS-KENT. S
JCjMSTHIfJC NEW I N A HA?
For Fall Wear
S05 Lackawanna Ave.
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.
427 LACKAWANNA AVE.
tr at PtMftnt tta Km? Patalar ut Pnflarnd tr
Wararoemsi nperitaCBtaatbut Menu meat,
JOB VVMhrngton Av.8cranton,Pa.
Embroidered 4( fnnfc! i
25c, for . . AU U&LUi)
By DR. SHIMBERG,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Ner
vousness relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Eyeglasses and Spectacles at tbe Lowest Price).
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for $5.
305 SPRUCE ST., Opp. Old Post Offlce.
Bat if the time you carry is in
accurate, what thent
Think of this, and it in need, of
a WATCH, eall oi ns. We'll
save yon hari dollars, In the
price, and give yon a good
guarantee for quality, backed
by a record of over SO years'
successful experience in. Scran
Dealer in Watches and Jewelry
tor CASH ONLY.
nether Advocate of
DBS. HENWOOU ft W A UDELL:
GENTLEMEN It affords ma freat
yleasnre to state that your new pcoeeM
of estraotlnc teeth was a grand focee.s II
In j aaae, and I heartily recommend It M
II. I sincerely hope that othere will
east Its merits.
CAPT. 8. K. BRYANT, Soranton, Pai
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after Hav 21 make a great redan
ttoa IS the prices ot plates. All work gu
anteed flrst-class in every particular,
ROOF tinning and eoldprinpf alt done away
with by the use ot HAKTMAN'S iJAT
BNT PAINT, which conflicts ot infrredlmU
well-known to alL It oan be applied to tin,
galvanised tin, shxet iron roofs, also to brick
dwellin", which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking; or breaking of the
lirirk. It will outlast tinning ot any kind by
many yeam.and it's ooat does not exceed one-
fifth th.tof the cost of tinuing. Is sold by
the job or pound. Oontrauta taken by
ANTONIO HARXA1ANN, 6M Biroh St.