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THE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER' G, 1891.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
, USE THE
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
- THE TRADE BV ,
The Weston ill Co,
EEWARfi OF COUNTERFEITS J
THE BFWUINE POPIIUft
HAVE THE INITIALS
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fmnrlnfpil en Earth Olfltw.
Garney, Brown & Co. MIT's.
CIIDItT HOISK fcUUAKK.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE L1MIT70 TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruco Street.
Offle Honrs: j "
l A TO ,
Miss Ek'nnnr of .TiieVsonvllle, is
tho guest of il.-s. Y-'Uliani Conuell.
Bpiintor Clmiliit ."itfcS'.sr, cf Now YrV,
and daughters, Aou,.-, GerKa ami Jo
sephine, nro the of !r. r.':d Mrs.
Thomas CilCHiiiu Evn.v. '.'! noted Wckli
bard of Jiauticoke, will o. a prominent
figure at tho .foatival '.oOkv. lie is tho
pucet cf Altlorimm Wi'.liai'.is, of the North
End. Mr. Evans to.ik iiifh decrees ju
poetry anil liioralr.ro ai tin yr.as Chicago
festival in lfc'l3.
Jlr. and Mrs. Eugene Doud. of S.iu
Finnct-ico, C'al., are visiting Mrs. H. M.
Follows, of Sumner avenue. Mr. Doud
lived in tbis city in 1657. ile bad beard of
Scrnnton's wonderful growth but be never
In ncined that tbo littlo village which be
left forty years ago hid csynuiud a it
A NOTABLE WEDOItiG.
Karri aa of Kina Anna M7 Dawr.ir.fcT
to Walter W. Mitohell.
The man lags of Walter W. Mitchell,
ft prominent you us business man of
Uticir, l(. Y., and Miss Anna May
Downing, w.i celebrated at oiO Mifflin
avenue, (l.f residence of til a bride's
Krandfutntr. StathanM flallstoad, last
evenitii tit 9 p ra.
The ceremony wtis performed by Rot.
Warren (!, Partridge anil took place in
tuiwlrawirig room, the wodding party
Biandio j on ler a canopy ot mountain
lue aiid beforj an exquisite back
ground o' magnificent palms. As the
bridil p;irtr entered through the east
ern doo;- Professor Southworth played
the wediiu;f march. The bride was
dreesod white moire silk and
, 1 ice a:id wore diamonds, which in
cluded u su.ib'.int pin, tho present
of th brifieatrooni, and was attended
by two "ribbon children," Miss Mar
goty Hoe, of TJtica, nnd Miss Mildred
Campbell, woll as by two litMe
puge-boyii," Masters Walter and
Fran kin HalUlead. John S. Thomas,
of Utioii. acted a best kian and Thomas
Moor acted as uilier.
Aftor thj weddins; cerinon7 ths
wtddii.g rep'st was served in the din
ing room, wlucii v.as decorated with
pink nnd whit fWnls exclusively,
Over 200 guests wov entertained.
The wedding presents were innumer
able and of r. n.oss costly desoription.
The happy pair ar enjoying a honey
moon in the New England states prior
to taking tip their residence at Utioa
Air.ocif tho oii!-of town wedding guests
Fwore Mr. and Mrs. L II. Howe. Miss
'Ada Mito'isll, John Thomas, Utica;
M.. ca t Mrs. I. J. Weatberby, Miss
Dei! Hs'.lKteaJ, MUsva Rivenbnrg. Mr.
nd Alu. leter Kivenburir, E. E. Finn,
Mr. and Mrs, Jam Decker, John
Wallstead. Hiram KivcnburL'. Clif-
rdj Dr. nud Mr. Schoontnaker,
Yo.k; MiK IiiuM, Chicago; Mr.
I Mr. J. is. jJowninj;, Miss Utylu,
liidelphia: Mr. and Mrs. VV. F.
Avlinif, KtroDdalmrK: Dr. and Mrs.
n Dorenir, Archbald: Mr. aud Mrs.
J. D. Utley, Forater; Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Kont, Hickory Grove, and Dr.
and Mis. Liroome, Utioiv.
Eerii!on' Susineas Interests.
The Tiiihunk will coon publish a care
fnlly conipllixl Hud classiQed list of the
leadiug wliolusnle, banking, manufactur
ing and (jrofesftional interests of Hcranton
audviulnity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnblio build
ings, busineos blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of loading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equul rep
resentation of Boranton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Kent to
persons outside the city, copies of
tun uHuusouin worn will Bttraot
new comers aud 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 Tnic TKinima
will call upon thosr whosb nahks
are desihkd In this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please Kave notice at
STuslo Bozos Exclusively.
Best made. Play any derired number of
Innes. Qautschi He Sons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrial organs, only t5 and 1 1(1.
specialty s Old nuiilo boxes oarofully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
Tn.h nooKfl, memorandums, time books
and blauk books, in stock or made to or
der. Pratt's Book Store.
Buy the Wabar
and get the best. At Guernsey Bros.
Coi'TiNQ books and presses.
Piiatt's Book Stom.
That third feklinq which Is so common
and so overpowering is entlroly driven off
by Hood's Sarsaparllla, the best blood
I purifier. ' Hood's Sarsaparllla overeomes
nnnnia tn r q in ilia heat after-dinnsr
bills, assist digostlon, cure headache. 25c.
S OF WEST SIDE
of Hiss Clara Thomas to Alfred
TOOK PLACE AT THE BRIDE'S HOME
i ' - ., ... ,.
Hyde Park Will Have a Prominent
Part in'the Eistedfod at Laurel Hill
Park Today and Tomorrow OrRan
iiations That Will Compete-Sur-prise
Party to John E. Payne, of
Bromley avenue Other Notes.
The boose of Daniel Thomas, of
North Bromley avenue, was the scene
of a brilliant wedding yesterday morn
ing. The contracting parties were his
danghter, Miss Clura Thomns,to Alfred
Roberts, a well known young man re
siding on North Rebeoea avenue. At
0 o'clock the bridul couple entered the
parlor to the stratus of Mendelssohn's
wedding march on the organ. They
were received by Rev. D. 0. Hughes,
D. D , pastor of the Jaskson Street
Baptist ohureli, who performed the
The bride was attired in a oostume of
fawn silk lansdowue trimmed in pearl,
and carried rosss. They wore unat
tftided. After the ceremony had been
eoneluded a wedding breakfast was
served. The yonng conple left on the
9 C-5 Delaware, Lackawauna and West,
em train for N:w York and Philadel
phia fern week's visit. Oa their re
turn they will go to houssksoping on
this side. The youdir conple nre both
earnest members of the Jackson Street
Bitptist ohuroU nnd have a host ot
frioiids, who wl.ih them success.
Among those present ware: Daniel
Thomas, Mr. nnd Mrs. Junies Roberts,
Mr. ii ml Mrs. William Roberts, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frank Bouk, Mr and Mrs.
John Robrrts, Mr. nnd Mra. David
Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Samnel Morgan
nud family, Misses Mary Morgan, May
Roberts, Margaret Thomas, nnd
Araang their array of handsome
presents were a parlor lamp, rocking
chair, silver berry dish und a silver tea
THE MUSICAL CONTEST.
Many West Elders Will Compate at the
Jlyde Park will be well represented
nt the eisteddfod which ovcurs at
Lnnrtl Hill park today and tomorrow.
All of cur good singers will participate
in the contests. The Mendelssohn's are
ror (unions to capture the chief prize
of 300 on the ''Hunting Song, and
from th!r rehearsals they undoubtedly
"Ma; tys &f Hie Arana" will be con
tested for with a run, The Druids
and Hyde Park Ch irsl aociety nro tnnk
logear'jifOtfforU sad both sin adinir
libit tve'iln the choir under the
leadership r.f Lianiai Thoa.is rehoursod
the 'Huaiiag yonjr," the chief compe
tition, at the heme of Mrs. Boston on
North Lincoln avenne. After the re
hearsal solos were'snoK by several mem
ber, and the large n urn bur of auditors
were highly elated ovor their succosa.
LITTLE WEST SIO NEWS NOTES.
, R. H. William?, of South Hyde Park avo
nne,' is in Boston.
Miss Anulo Griffith, of Bellevue, has re
turned from Lake Idiewild.
St. Ijeo's battalion will hold a social iu
Mf nra' hall tomorrow evening.
Misses Mamlo Oaynor nnd Bridget Mul
roy have returned from Lake Ariel.
Nicholas EsiRan. of North Kebecca ave
nue, is vUiting friends atCanadaigua.
11 rs. Thomns Davidson, of Shatnokin, is
circulating among friouds on this side.
Miss Lottie Ace, ot Division street, has
returned from a visit to Ited Bank, N. J.
Mirs Delia P. F.vnnn, of South Hyde Park
avenun, has returned from Philadelphia.
R. M. Kobi.8t.ainn, of N'nh Sumuer
avenue, has retaruod from SVillcos Birri).
Mrs. Daniel Jhtibj, of Vaihburi streot.
returned ln.it evening from New Ysrk city.
Mixs Belie Warren, r-t "ret Lackawaun
avenue, is vi.iiiu:g irianJj ia Neiv York
Mini Lou Peppor, cf Price etrejt, lias re
tnrued home froto u viiil at PbiiadeipUia,
theridan and Hoitair,.
SI:i Jymiie Jjoa, of North Filmore
avenne, lias relurnud from a visit wita
friends in Carbondulo.
JIIfs Elizahoth Bnnnnll, of Prion street,
has gone to Dana I In J. Mass., whuro she
will take a course iu study.
Emerson Owen, of North Lincoln ave
nue, is snCferinfr from a severe eyo trouble
which greatly afi'octs his li;lit.
Fred Reynolds, of Lnfayetto stree, wili
remove on Oct. 1 to North Main avenue,
where ha will upeu a wall pspur and puiut
Rov. Thomas Bill, of We3t Dartmratli,
Mass.. has arrived her, and will asume
the pastorate of toe Plymouth Congrega
Thomns J. Reynolds, of Rampton strsot,
left yesterday for Kyrnruse to represent
tho Pittston Stove company at the New
York State fair.
John E. Payne, of North Bromley ave
nue, was pleasantly surprised at his bomo
on Tuesday evening, the occasion beiutf
the attainment of his twenty-lirst birth
day. During the evening he wns pre
soutnd with a gold watch and clmin. the
gift ot his indulgent parents. Refresh
ments were served.
Mrs. Liun, of North Slimmer svoou-,
lost a pair of shoes in a most mysterious
manner on Tunmlay evening. Hlie placed
them on the front porch in a bundle aud
then took the baby carriage in tiie hou-e,
When she came bsck the foot-wear had
disappeared. She lias strong roasonR to
suspect a mau wh had a chrringo near
lior gate at tho time.
THOSE FRABLE CHARGES.
It is Believed That tb Invai'ifta'.lon
Will Go by D.fault.
"How about the Frable charges?"' is
frequently asked by those who take an
interest in oonncilmnnio affairs. The
investigation committee appointed by
council to look into the matter have
not as yet held a meeting. City Clerk
Lavells says that Mr. Frable ' has
twice boon requested to sot a time
when It would be convenient for him
to come before the committee and
make known bis charges, bat so far
has failed to make a date.
As Mr. Frable is not anxious to press
the charges he made against coanoil
mert it is not likely that any investiga
tion will ocenr. The committee, how
ever, must meot and frame a report to
be presented to councils.
BODY STILL AT RAUB'S.
Stafford's Brother Will Be Here Today
to Claim It.
The body of E, J. Safford. who com
mitted suioide at his boarding house,
HO Franklin avenne. on Taesday, is
"till at Rant's undertaking establish
A telegram was sofit to Safford's
brother at Greenwich, N. Y.. yester
Jy morning and later in the day an
answer came that Mr. Saffonl wss
away from horns, but an effort was
being made by telegraph to locate him.
Last night telegram was received
from him stating that be would be
TO WORK IN SOFT COAL.
Selective Burring Is Bending- Usn from
This Bea-ion to Plttaburg.
Detective Herman Barring ii at pres
ent engaged in sending men to the soft
coal regions, where they are promised
steady work and good pay. He has al
ready enoceedeJ iu transporting about
100 miners from this roglon.
Barring says that he is employed by
the New York and Cleveland Coal oom
pony, bat farther than tbis be refuses
to give ont information. The men are
being sent in squads of tenor fifteen
each day, going by way of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western ,road
THAT FATAL CIIA11GE.
Coroner's Jury Trying to Find Out
Who Placed It In Thomas
' Coroner Kelly and jury held an in
qneet at the eourt bouse last night
upon the death of Thomas Ryan, who
was burnt by an explosion at. the Pine
Brook shaft on Saturday last at 3.30 p.
in. aud died the nxt morning. Tho in
quest was demanded by Mine Inspector
Uiewitt, who wss not satisfied with the
results of the examination of the case
aud the statements made bearing upon
Twenty-six or more witnesses were
examined and conflicting statements
made. It appears that Ryan who was
a married man, 34 years ot age, had
been working at Flue Brook between
two aud three years and considerable
evidence was given to show that he was
an experieneed minor and capable of
handling powder, On Saturdny after
noon Ryan was working on the night
shift and was blasting rook to get
more headroom on the roadway and on
preparing for the work found a hole in
the roadway. lie then took a tool
oalled a ''needle" to ascertain the depth
of the bole when an explosion instantly
occurred resulting ultimately, in
his death. There was no doubt what
ever that the bole contained giant or
altas powder and that n cartridge was
also fixed, otherwise an explosion could
soarouly ocour. No clue could be
gleaned from the evidence as to who
bad drilled the bole and charged it
with the powder. Owing to the short
time that Ryan had been down it was
shown that it was impossible that he
could have drilled the hole, while on
the othor hand the day shift that bad
just left swore that thoy bad neither
prepared the hole or inserted the fatal
After a lengthy hearing and owing
to the conflicting testimony, it was de
cided to adjourn the inquiry until Sept.
20, for the purpose of bearing the evi
dence of Morris Thiel, the laborer who
was hurt in the explosion and 1b ex
pected by thnt date to be able to give
evidence, xtyia leaves a widow and
NOBTH END BRIEFS.
Thomas Ray sails Saturday for Liver
pool on the steamer Lucanln.
A rngular business meeting of tho Ni
agara Hose compauy will be held this evon
iug. Hopkin Alexandor and William Powell,
of Main avenue, left Liverpool yesterday
for this country.
The register of voters will be at the vot
ing placo of the First district, First ward,
to register voters tomorrow.
Mrs. Hugh Williams and son Huzh, of
Middle Grauville, N, Y., and Mrs. Hugh
Liavis, are visiting menus in tnis end.
The Niagara Hose company has decided
to attend the annual parade of the Wilkos-
Barre Dm department to be held in that
city on Sept 13.
Tho Excelsior Hosa company will hold a
specinl meeting tonight to decide whether
or not tney will attend the parade of the
Wilkes-Barre fire departmont.
Cilver Star castle, No. 149, Knights of
tne uouien Jiissif, and l'annoka lodge, No.
1108, Knights of rythiai, will run a joint
excursion to Lake Ariel on Friday.
Linemen from lh Contral Telephone
company have been baty in this end dur
ing the past week restringing tho lire
alarm and police wires on much higher
Great iotert-fif Is boluc t.-kken In tbo btn-
ent concert or milium rJ.Lo!nas. to be hold
in St. Mary's br.ll on Hjt, 17. Mayor Oon
nel) has consent 1 to a:t as chairman for
The Cntiiberlunl Hxe company, No. 11,
picnic held in Frear's prove yesterday
was very v eil attended. Tho Cumberland
orchestra, Michael Kane, leader, and the
Excelsior baud furuishod tuusio for danc
ing. Rov. O. Savage, pastor of tbo .Primitive
Methodist church, on East Market streot.
has introduced a new social feature into
his church. Tho young pooplo of tho church
recently pnrchased a croquet set aud have
fixed the lot in the rear of tbo church suit
able for the playing o( the game, and every
afternoon a numlmrof them may be Boon
playing it with the piistur.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
JUnflnr this hnndlng short letter of Interest
will ho imlilishoi wliun accompanied, for puli
llmtton, by the writer's inieiii. Till! TllinitNS
will not bo hold responsible for opinions here
liCW 7HEV VOTED.
Editor of Tttr: Tnini N n:
Please publich the following: This is to
certiry that the following votes wore cast
In yesterday's convention in manner as fol
Eleventh ward, Hrrantnn, First distlict,
George K. Sclmnk voted lor Fellows and
Oltoll; Fred K. Heisuor voted for Follows
and Okell (Mcned) Emm!) Bonn, secre
tary. Veiy truly, . .
Toiin H. Fkllowo.
Scrnnton, Pa Sept. 6, 1S9I.
Country Dance at Lake Henry.
At the cottago of William Counell and
family at Lake Henry, Maplewooxl, Inst
night a country dance was enjoyed
by a company of young folks under the in
vitation of Theodore nud Ezra Conuell.
i: i and Mra. J. 8. McAuulty acted as en
tertainers. Baner's orchestra furnished
the music, and a most charming evening
ot enjoyment was passed. The party was
mndo up of Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. McAnnlty,
Mils Helen Hardee, of Jacksonville. Fin.;
Miss Ora Diminick, of Oneontn, N. V,;
MissBently, Miss Wood nnd Miss Dodge,
of llnnesdaln; Miss Mame Cbafleswortb,
MissEuiellue Klllam, Miss Mary Mason,
Miss Florence Edgar and Mrs. McAnulty's
little daughter, Anna, of Hcranton; Dr.
Oreen, Arjn Powell, Mark Edgar, Fred
Emerick, Ezra Connell, Arthur Monies
and Theodore Connell.
Work of Ulschlevious Boys. . .
Abont 7.30 laBt ovenlng one of the open
enrs on the Green Ridge People's line left
the track on Capouse avenue sear the cor
ner ot Phelps street, resulting in a Mrs,
Potter, of Green Ridgo, being thrown out
of the oar. Mlschievlous youths had bsoa
playing on the rails and placed stones in
tbo hollow of the rails. When ' the car
enme along it flew off the track and In
jumping tho obstacle gave the passengors
a severe shock. Mrs. Potter was carried
away unconscious, but late last night was
reported to huve recovered somewhat
from the shock,
At tub recent drawing of the Mt
Pleasant Benefit assooiatlon No. 4U6 won
the suit of clothes aud No. S35 the silver
watch. The holders of the above tickets
will please call at 1,006 Swetland street.
Quasi Elopement of Miss Katie Hayes and
Friiz Weiss to New York.
LOVE LAUGHS AT LOCKSMITHS
Parents of Miss Hayes Looked with
Disfavor on the Suit, but the Smit
ten Couple Considered Their Love
Paramount to a Parent's Dictum.
Sudden Death of John Rosen In
vention for Cleaning Beer Pipes.
Miss Kutie Hayes, danghter of
Daniel Hayes, of 211 Stone avenue, was
married within the past three weeks
to Fritz Woiss, a young German baker,
in the employ of Mrs. Lorenz Zeidlor,
of Franklin avenue. It is a case of
The girl is 20 years of age nnd Weiss
is a few years her junior. They met
occasionally and bocsme deeply at-
tnslind. The first visit Weiss made to
see Miss Hayes at hor parent's home,
there was a very inhospitable greeting
bestowed upon him; bat thnt did not
oool his arder.
Three weeks ago the girl went to
.New York to learn tne trade or bat
trimming and the unsnspeeting parents
imagined that the separation would
tench their daughter to forget her
lover. The old adage that it is harder
to separate two loving hearts than
smite a mountain of stone was fnlly
justified iu this cose. Weiss followed
her to New York aid the result of the
meeting was explained in a letter she
sent to her parents telling of their mar
riage and asking the regulation for
giveness, Weiss returned to tbis oity and his
wife remained in New York. She ex
pected parental forgiveness, but it 'S
doubtful whether it will tie given. Tse
parents are incensed nnd pained at the
nnfiliitl action of their daughter.
AN INGENIOUS INVENTION.
Fred Weichel and William Sunday Pos
sesion of a Labor Saving SavSoe.
Fred Weichel, the Cedar avenue
hotelkeeper, and William Sanduy, a
South Side machinist, through the re
sult of placing their beads together
have invented one ot the simplest and
most practical of apparatuses. It is u
small macnine for scouring beer pipes,
and the experiments already that it
bus been nut to demonstrate that it is a
It is bailt after the pattern of an up
right boiler, is eighteen inobes high
and thirty inches in circumference. In
Philadelphia, where it was manufac
tured, it oost $10. The model for the
patent wue sent to Washington nnd a
patent granted. A gasoline blower
underneath produces neat and it can
raise fifty pounds of steam in twelve
minutes. It is capable ot resisting a
prassore of 120 pounds. After the
steam is raised a rubber bose is attached
to the beer pipes and that force is con
veyed through them with the effect
that in less than three minutes the
pipes are thoroughly cleaned out, and
then a stream of cold water is after
ward forced through the pipes to cool
them. It weighs fifty-five ponnds,
holds a gallon and and a half of water
and the safety valve is sot at 150
The lingonious inventors have had
many oilers to purchase their right to
the patent, bnt are not inclined to con
sider any ot them.
JOHN ROSEN DEAD.
He Expired Suddenly at His Horns Yes
The sudden death of John Rosen, the
Cedar avenue hotel keeper at bis home
yesterday afternoon was a shock to the
community. Mr. Rosen was thought to
be in good health, nnd his death was
not looked for. He was one of ' the
most prominent citizens ot the South
Side aud was respected for his un
swerving honesty and uprightness of
Ho had not been active in buiinoss
nor in politics for some years. In the
latter he was in bis active days a lead
ing figure. His age is about 03 years;
he had been twioe married and leaves
a wife and a grown up family of Cvo
children. The nrrtngements for the
fuueral are not fixed.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Mrs. Fred Nye, ot Cedar avenue, is gone
to unnaio on a visit.
The Gertnania band will play at the pic
nic of Nay Aug hose, of Uallstesd, today.
Miss Anna Marion, of Green Rlilge, vis
ited Miss Belinda Jordan, of Hickory
Mrs, Washington Frable and daughter.
Liia, will leave today for u two weeks'
visit in Monroe comity.
An infant child of Michael Djlan, of
424 Geuet street, died yesterday and will
bo buried this afternoon at Ho'clocK in St.
Joseph's cemetery, Miuooka.
The Century Hose compauy drilled on
the streets Inst night in preparation for
the parado on Sept. 13 at Wilkes-Barre.
Captain James O'llara wnadrillmaster.
Call and seo our fall styles of wing
iippe isuoes, mcair, rnssett, p:tentJenther
aud pig skiu. A. O. Nkttuston & Co.,
MiyrooHAPHH and neostyles for dupli-
I'mjug huu copy in it.
Piiatt's Book Stork.
We nro clenring ont the whole of our
stock of fine etchiogs. Chicago Art Co.,
J27 Peun avenue.
S No belter spoons are made Tt
S than those of Wm, Rogers S
3 Manufacturing Co. They k
B were never sold at this price S
S before. Buy now B
TEA SPOONS 50b. F01 6. S
B TABLESPOONS $1.00 FOR 6.
Reiford Jewelry Ca,laae,l
Wo are prepared to furnish all
kinds of School Uooks and School
Supplies at short notice.
We always have in stock a com
plete line of Blank Looks, Sta
tionery and Office Supplies.
Wall Paper, Window Shades
Pictures and Frame3.
WANTED FOR HIGH WAV ROBBERY.
A Bad Young Man Taken Into Custody
Ey tbs Polios.
Owen Moran, whom the police say is
a bad young man, and who is wanted
for highway robbery, was arrested at
Gilbrlde's saloon early yesterday morn
ing on a churga ot housebreaking.
lie bad some dispute with the pro
prietor of the saloou and took revsme
by throwing stones through the win
dows. Officers Hetzslrotu and Lowry
were told of the occurrence and suo
ceoded in capturing Moran.
Evar Upward, Ever Onward.
In fifteen short mouths Dr. E. Grewer,
the Philadelphia specialist, has taken a
deeper bold ou the coulldeuce ot the people
of Scrautou than any physician at present
in the city. The reason for this is not
hard to seek. The Doctor is all thnt he
claims to be, and couplos with his remark
able medical and surglcnl attainments all
the energy and push of the successful
business man. The results ot this are seon
in his large and handsome new offices iu
the old Postoffice building, corner Peun
uveuue aud Spruce street, whero batween
oflice, reception rooms, laboratory, etc.,
ho occupies floorago amounting to over
1,000 square feet.
Thenppoiutinents in the new establish
ment are complete in every detail, and
will fully meet tlie requirements ot a prac
tice which had far outgrown the limited
Hpace in the old offices.
The $40,000 School Hour
for Columbia avenuo has been let and will
be commenced immediately. There are
still a tew lots left at a low price.
Ollice, Theater Lobby.
OnocFlts and butchers' pass Books.
Pratt's Book Stork.
Restfctj to tired toilers, bread made
from Pillsliury's Best.
Wood, bamboo nnd braiss easels.
Pratt's Book Store.
Import Samples mean 20
per cent, less than import
No two pieces alike.
Flower Vases, Jar den
ieres, Plates, Chocolate and
Tea Pots, &c.
To secure REAL BAR
GAINS, come at once.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
WILL OI'KN 1H ItINU
WEEK OF SEPT. 10
COME AND SEE US.
410 SPRUCE STREET
They ARE Beauties
The Fall DUN LAP 1 1 AT.?,
but not a bit nicer, neater v
more elegant than our lino of
All the latest styles, colors
and combinations. Tho same
at both stores.
Christian, The Hatter,
412 SPBUCE HT. AND
203 LACK'A. AVENUE
ROOF tinning and soldering all done away
with by the use of HAUTMAN'S PAT
ENT PAINT, which oanslsta ot Ingredlints
well-known to oil It can be applied to tin,
galvanized tin, sheet iron roofs, also to brick
wclllnits, which -will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or breaking of the
brick. It will outlast tinning of any kind by
many yeHrs,and it's cost dons not exceed one
fifth thatof the coet of tinning. Is sold by
the job or pound. Contracts tiiken by
AMOMO UAUTUANN, 6-7 Iilroh Si
TOO AY Also' a firstciass
stock of Imported
Suitings and Trous
erings. Ivlsirtin 8c Delaziy
Custom Tailors and Clothier3,
1 308 Lacka, Ave.
Has just received some special val- ft
ues in &
I LAGE CURTAINS I
It will pay you to see them.
150 pairs Nottingham, 3 yds. long, worth $1.50,v
for $1. s:
75 pairs Nottingham, worth $2.50, for $1.39.
50 pairs Nottingham, worth $5, for $2.75.
1 25 pairs Irish Point (see window), worth $15, w
10 pairs Real Brussels (see window), worth $35,
's for $21. H
I 100 Chenille Table Covers, 6-4, worth $2.25, for 1
jjSTELLE & SEELEYI
134 WYOMING AVENUE.
i THE BEST
I OF PROPHETS
for the future is the past. During- the more tbsn forty years cf ill'
existence over 65,000 people have purchased and played and pmisai g
1 The Emerson Piano.
- There are some pianos that will cost you more than the Emerson "a
g will. If you en joy paying high prices just for the sake of paying S
- tbsm, probably yon will buy one of these. But no matter wht 70a W
5 r' yon'll not got a better piano, nor a bandsomsr, nor one more J?
j durable. It ii impossible to imorove on the best. ?
gj ItKASONAItLE riUCE-CASH-INTAI.I.MENTS-ltENT. jjj
'On the Fence."
"On the Fence,
Soon bo over tho season for ridinst. H
you want a Bioycle now is the time to get
it. We are clearing up all stock, and will
givo you such a chance as you never had
before. One ot our bargaius:
A Firit-class, High Grade f ISO Bicycle
Ilrinir your cash and GET OFF THE
CLARENCE M. FLOREY
Successor to Floroy Ss ITolt.
Ira at Prasant tin Unit Popidar and Prafarnd by
Ware rooms: Opposite Cotumtms Monument,
2QS Washington Av. Scranton.Pa,
Oat of the tiest qnaltty fur domostlo nsasnA
ef all alEaa, delivered in any part ot the eltj
at lowest price.
Order, left at my offloe,
NO. 118, WYOMING A VENUS,
Rear room, flrat floor, Third National Bank,
or ant by mail or telephone to the mine, will
raoelT. prompt attention.
Hparlal contracts will be made for the sal,
and delivery of Buckwheat Coal
1 O ' i
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WM. T. SHITa
. JARGE LINE Oi
in Blue and Black
By DR. SHIMBERQ,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Ner.
vousness relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Eyeglasses aud Spectacles at the Lowest Prices,
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for f3.
305 SFRI C10 ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
Eat if the time you erry Is in.
accurate, what ttunT ,
Think of this, and if in need ot
a WATCII. call- oa us. We'll
save you hard dollars, in the
price, and give you a gooi
guarantee for quality,' backed
by a record of over SO years'
successful experience la Stran
Dealer in Watoues and Jewelry
ir CASH ONLY.
For Fall Wear
S05 Lackawanna Ave.
J y' X It
SdMCTHlNC NtW IN HaT" i.
if your old noorca nf.kd fix
ing, SKND TIIEM TO
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