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THE SCttANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 18. 1894.'
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
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THE TRADE BY
The Weston ill Co,
EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS )
THE 6ENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. St Co.,
(mnrtntod nit Eaoh Cloav.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'i.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruce Street.
Offlo, Honrs: l
Attorney John T. Lenahan, of Wilkes
Bane, wag iu tlie city yesterday.
T. V. Powderly will bo admitted to the
Lackawauua county bar next Monday.
Miss Irene follow, of Honesdnle, ia vis
itinc J. W. Kellow, of Chestnnt street.
Misses Mary and Jennie Dreuuan, of
Carbondale, are the guests of Mr. P. J.
Horan, of Duntnore.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Moses are in New York
t tnoet Mra. Muses' parents, Mr. and Mra.
M. A. Lobenstein, of Germany.
, Miss Puuliue Pitcher, of the West Side,
and Mies Uus.ie Ford ham, of Green, Ridge,
leave today for W'ellsley college.
Chester N. Spare, of the Phoenix Iron
company, of Ithaca, has been visiting bia
friend, W. M. Dickson, during the past
Mr. and Mrs. .William Connell will leave
for Boulder, Col., next week to spend n
month with their daughter, Mrs. C. W.
LETTEES FROM THE PEOPLE
JTJnder this hondinjr short letters of interest
will be published when accompanied, for pub
lication, by the writer's name. Thb Triuc'SE
will not be held responsible for opinions Lore
A WORD WITH THE EXPRESS.
Editor of Th Tribuwb:
Sir I regret tbat the Scranton Express
ia so unfair as to state a positive untruth
to orpin its article regarding myself,
"Elm Park church musicians are by the
ears." Nerer baa there been such har
mony iu Elm Park church as at present,
and so will it continue. Mr. Morgan is
not an "Elm Parkian." I am also accused
of abusing rlcranton singers. When a
singer was required for Mr. Morgan's choir
at the First Presbyterian church. Miss
Annette Reynolds, a contralto of New
York city, was engaged. Does that look
as if your protege, Mr. Morgan, considered
tbat ticranton had a contralto? Next Miss
Jean Slee was engaged for the Hecond
Presbyterian church, then Miss Dreager
for Elm Park chnrch, Mr. Wooler having
come earner, inese singers are from new
i or cities. Will the Express man begin
at home in its criticisms and not sneak so
unkindly of a comparative stranger, if be
louows air. Morgan's examples in securing
Will the Express alao note that I said
"educated" singers. There is a marked
difference between a vocalist and edn.
cated singer. As I rjroviouslv stated.
IScranton is full of magnificent voices. I
aesire to t nan it you for past favors, and
yon will always find me defending true
art and no amount of vituperation will
cause me to uenist. 1 am in Scranton to
stay and I kindly ask the journals to quiet
down for a few days, as my class is over
flowing, and I may call upon them later for
tew more remarks, sincerely,
' George B. Carter.
Scranton, Sept. 17. lwt. ,
Editor of The Tribuki.
Sir: Permit me to Bay that there is not
a shadow of truth in the story printed in
today's Tribune in relation to Mr. Carter
and myself. I conducted the musio at the
Moody meeting in the Elm Park chnrch on
Sunday morning and Tuesday evening,
when Mr. Carter was not expected to play.
FOR NE W HIGH SCHOOL.
Bids Opsnsd Last Night and Btferred
v to Commlttss.
Atithe adjonrned meeting of thejboard
of controlfilast night tbs following bids
for the erection of the High school
t ' Fire Proof. Fire Prof.
Benore&Sona 189,602 $185,151
Hopkins & Roberts.... 195.000 ' 180,000
John 8mith 188,86 181,771
E. 8. Williams li250 194,395
A. W. Burritt, Bridge-
port. Conn 209,960 194,1M
Conrad Scbroeder 187,069 10 288
J. a Woolaey 201,879 185W2
The various bids were then referred
to the High sshool committee, and the
meeting was adjounred until Monday
Copying books and presses.
Pbatt'b Book Store
City and Sehool Taxes, 1894,
The city and school tax duplloates for
the year 1894 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 and loca
tion of property will be promptly
R. G. Brooks, City Treasurer.
Municipal building, Washington avenne.
Ofllco hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., ex
cept Satuurday, this office will be closed
" Wood, bamboo and braiss easels,
Pratt's Book Stork.
Mimeographs and neostyles for dupli
cating and copying.
Pratt's Book Store.
.. .. DJEDl
HILL9-At153l Meylert avenue, Mrs. Jans
. Bills, aged 71 years; funeral Tuesday,
Sept. J 8 Services at Church of Good
. I Shepherd. Green Ridge, at 2.30. inter
ment at Forest Hill cemetery.
FALL Til HAS BEGUN
Edwards and Archbild Art Pre
WILL CONTINUE THREE WEEKS
Fellows' Title Suit Is in Progress Be
fore Judge Edwards Life Insur
ance Case Is Being Tried Before
Judge Archbald-A Long List of
Yesterday was the opening day of
the fall term 'of the court Ql eouwnon
pleas. Jndge El wards presided in No.
1 conrt room and Judge Arobbald sit
iu No. 2. Under the new court Tales
this term will continns for three week
instead of two as heretofore, and sev
eral very important eases are on for
In eonrt room No. 1. the case of Jo
seph Fellows and Attorney Cornelius
bmitn against John II. Fallows and D.
. Loomis is now iu progress. The
snit Involves the title to a tract of valu
able reul estate on the West Side,
which has been in dispute for several
I he property was formerly owned by
Joseph Fellows, and it was by biro
mortgaged to Sylvanus Brown, who is
now dead. It was subsequently con
veyed to Mr. Fellows and Mr. Loomis.
Out of an irregularity in the transfer
the present suit arose.
The defendants in the present trial of
the case are represented by Attorneys
H. M. Hannah and S. B. Price, of this
sity, and ex-Attorney General Palmer,
of Wllkes-Burre. Attorney James
Mahon assisted Mr. Smith in the plain
tiff's presentation of the case. Mash of
the forenoon and the entire afternoon
was consumed in the hearing of testi
mony The ease will probably oscupy
the attention of court for several days,
IN COUHT ROOM SO. 2.
Judge Arcbbald listened the greater
part of yesterday to the suit of Thomas
McHile against Bridget McDonnell,
administratrix of the estate of ber late
bnsbaud, Frank McDonnell, of Bulls
vne. The plaintiff, who lives in Pitts
tou, seeks 'to recover tbs value of an
insurance policy the deceased carried
on bis lite and ou which the plaintiff
advanced sums of money amounting to
McDonnell took out a policy for
$2,000 in the Northwestern Mutual
Life Insurance company in 1869 and
continued to pay tho premiums on it
until 1877 when he became financially
involved. McHalo, who was bis
brother-in law, uJvanced tho money by
which the payment of the premiums
was continued. lie now mointains
tbat in return for this the policy was
to have bi-en assigned to bim. The de
fendant claims that it was merely
given as security for the loan and was
in uo seuse a sale or transfer. The
amount of tho policy has been paid into
court pending a decision of this suit.
Hulslunder & Voaburg represent tho
defendant. Attorneys O'Brien, of this
city, and Shea, of Wilkee-Barre, rep
resent the plaintiff. The case was on
kt adjournment, but will probably be
finished tomorrow forenoon.
Common Pleas Charles F. McAvery vs.
M. H. and Mary Gilford; settled.
' Isaac Green vs. S. B. Mott, executor;
William Rambo vs. Robert Westlake;
Mrs. M. E, Ainey vs. Eliza Brown; con
tinued. Fannie May vs. Lackawanna Trust and
Safe Deposit company; settled.
Mary McGninness vs. Wilkes Barre and
Scranton Railway company; continued.
Theresa Bloam against C'Parles Bloam:
in divorce; Rule for decree granted. Ar
gument thereon at argument court. Court
directs that testimony on the part of the
libellant be taken before W. L. Harvev.
justice of the peace, acting as commiss
ioner, at uoulusuoro, Wayne county. Pa.
In the matter of damages in the Fifth
Sewer district: Court fixes Monday, Sept.
21, at9a. ra., for hearing exceptions to the
report or viewers.
Iu the estate of Lorenzo Hochrain, lu
natic: The first and final account of L. J.
Hocbrain, committee, is confirmed condi
tionally, exceptions to be filed within
(Jity of bcranton against Martin Kear
ney; petition for stay of execution is re
fused. Quarter Sessions -In the matter of the
transfer of the restaurant license of Mi.
cbael Marley, of Mayfleld, to James Mo
Loughlin; court fixes Oct. 1, 1894, for the
The appointment of Jacob DeLong as
deputy collector of the Fifth ward is ap
proved. btate against William Cabbage: rnle to
remit forfeited recognizance is granted.
In the matter of the change of the poll
ing places in the southwest district of
Lackawanna townsbin. conrt. on motion
of J. M. Harris, granted a rnle to show
cause why the change should not be made
as prayed lor, and the rule is made return
able Oct. 1 at 9 a. m.
Orphan's Conrt Court todav confirmed
conditionally the following final accounts:
Final account of M. F. Wymbs, adminis
trator of W. A. Bart's estate; Thomas F.
Wells, administrator of John Thiel, de
ceased: account of Nicolas Walsh, admin-
strator of Patrick Joyce: Sadie C. Mattes,
nuuuuiBbrutrix 01 iourau jnacies,aeceaseu;
E. II, Lynde,administrator of F. fl.Lynde;
Mary O'Hara, administratrix of J. J,
O'Hara's estate; Jacob Bedell, executor of
Edward J. Winter's will; Miohael Flynn,
administrator of John Heffron; Lewis
Robert, exeoutor in the estate of William
L. Griffith's will; Patrick Barrett, admin
istrator of Mary Dongher; D. J. Evans,
and Evan J. Davis, exeoutors of Evan T.
Jones; James Young, administrator of
William Yonng, jr.; Susannah Marie
Wahlers, administratrix of Susannah
Marie Hostombs; Ann Dougherty, admin
istratrix, at. a., of Uugh Qoinnan;
Thomas Hale, administrator of Sarah J.
Hale; William Miller, onardian of Lizzie
B. Phillips minor child of Benjamin
Phillips, deceased; M. B. Wlllman, guard
ian of Mandane Rvmer. minor child of
James Rymer. deceased; O. T. Hall,
guatdian of Minnie Cobb; W. K. Dolan,
executor of Margaret Murray's will; Jobn
Feller, administrator of Anthony Heck
man; Henry M. Boios, trustee of Mathew
L. Boles in the estate of Joseph M. Boies,
The court also confirmed conditionally
Sartial accounts of Mary A. Dickson,
ames A. Linen and Cos F. Young, execu
tors of Thomas Dickson's will; Charles
Tropp SBd Frederick ScbeideL executors
of Catherine Schadt; Michael McCann and
others, executors of Patrick MoCann's es
tate: Daniel ttiesecker and C. W. Yeairer.
executors of Matilda A. Swingle's will;
marina ju. mitcneii, executrix or William
H. Monies' will; supplementary and dis
tribution account of Frank J. Woelkers,
executor of Catharine M. Stoiubrecber.
In the estate of Thomas Stewart de
ceased, the report of the auditor, Robert
J. Murray, is confirmed absolutely.
C W. McCarthy is appointed gaardian
of Lizzie, Nellie and Michael O'Neill,
minor children of Michael O'Neill, -deceased.
In the estate of Alex Drake. tinpMel
the returns of the sale of the real estate by
M. J. Reap, execntor, is Confirmed condi
tionally. in the estate of Henrv Brown, deoessed.
conrt permits the exeoutor to sell the real
f he $40,000 School House '
for Columbia avenue has, been let and will
be commenced imrosdiately. There are
still a few lots left at a low price.
. ,, ABTHUR it ROTH1NOHAM,
Office, Theater Lobby.
THE CLEMENCEAU CASE.
It Pleases (hs Andlsnes at the Frothing--bam.
Those wbo attended tbs performance
of "The Clemnncssu Csa" at the
Frothingham lust evening with the
expectation of seeing tbs questionable
display of human statuary associated
with the play, went home disappslnted.
Dumas' great work was cleverly pre
sented snd sstisQod the audience with
out shocking it. The model soene wis
modest and the portrayal of Izs by
Miss Alberta was very acceDtable.
Wilbur N. Roe, as Clemenoean, lift
out little opportunity for Improvement,
and Mies Alice Harrison and Miss Fern
Alwood proved themselves clever act
resses. The company will tonight pre
sent "An Arabian Night." During the
progress of the pieoe many olever spio
ialties will be introduced. "The
Clemencoan Case" will be repeated to
The ttatterly Tent Sermon of Evaag-slist
The preliminary service of the
Moody mestinj lust night was last held
in the North Mntrt Avenqs Baptist
church. It was for the ushers and
workers and was earnestly co-operated
in. The singing at the tent meeting
was especially fine and was led by Tal
lie Morgan, liar. li. 8 Jones, D. D.,
offsred prayers and Mr. Biiss rend from
By request the oholr sang the an
them, "Great la the Lrd." Hare Mr.
Bliss began bis sermon and took as his
text Peter i, 18-19. The ayllabui of his
sermon was on atonement. He said
tbat the most preoions jewels in a
king's diadem could not blot outsiu;
nothing can utono but the blood
of Christ, Ills precious blood
was shed for the remission of
sin. According to the old Jewish luw
the people were required to nse the
blood of a lamb ns an offering or sacri
fice. According to the new law nothing
less than the blood of a pure and per
fect person was satisfactory.
The way to be savod now is to balieve
in Christ and have faith iu him. The
worst siu is that of unbelief. The un
believer Is an innate after the ssorifloo
that the Sou of Gal tnd to redeem
uiankiad from the thralldoni of sin.
The speaker ended with a fervent ex
hortation to all who bad not faith to
come forward and profess Christ and
share In the fruils and graees derived
from the shedding of His blood.
It was an edifying discourse and im
pressed the vast audience deeply. Bene
diction given by Bov. M. D. Fuller end
ed the evenlnx services. This overling
beainuiiig at 7 o'clock a preliminary
meeting lasting twenty minutes will be
held in the Baptist church aud all
Christian workers are cordially iuvitod
to attend. At the same time a choir
meeting will take place at the tent, to
which all singers are requested to
oo mi) and join in the uinuin.
THOMAS' BENtHI A SUCCESS.
Proarramme in St. Kaiy's Hall Was Ban-
The concert for the benefit of William
J. Thomas was hold iu St Mary's hall
last night. Iu the absoncs of Mayor
Connell, Hon. William J. Lewis pre
sided over a crowded bonne.
The programme opened with a selec
tion by the Citiz;ns' band, aftor which
Griffith Davis sang "Arm, Arm Ye
Brave" in a very creditable manner,
followed by the duet "Song and Hope"
by Misses Davis and Humphreys, aud
"Qneen of My Heart'' by Gwilym Mor
I uia. i Mrs. D. D. Lwi, winner of
the soprano prizt in the late eistedd
fod, sang "Tue Nightingale" and
in response to an encore rendered the
oi izs solo, "The Promised Land." Llew
Her her t and Ejs Cynon were encuruJ
on their solos, also the duet by Gwyliin
Morlais and bis diinghter. The audi
ence were well pleased.
At a meeting to be held tomorrow
evening in Archbsld's ball the report of
the committee baring this in charge
will be given, also the money turned
ovet to Mrs. Thomas.
NORTH END NOTES
Mrs. J. M. Howell, of Green Ridge street,
is eeriously ill.
The sidewalk in front of M. V. Morris' is
in a dnngerons condition.
Mrs. Eresge, of Newton, has been visit
ing tricuds iu Green Ridge.
Mrs. Phinney, of East Market street, is
visiting friends in Peckville.
Mrs. George Frauger has returned from
a week's visit at Oswego, N. Y.
The Loyal legion will meet at the league
room on Green Ridge street tonight.
Druggist G. W. Davis is entertaining his
college chum, G. W. Ben ford, of James
John Wolfe, of the Register office, has
returned borne from a visit with relatives
John Sullivan, of Wayne avenuo, ac
companied by bis father, Dr. Sullivan,
left last evening for Baltimore, where he
expects to enter the College of Physicians
and Snrcenns. Tha Anrtnr mi in ......,! .
few days with him.
Rev. M. D. Kinter, of the Christian
e.hnrnh i-aaI a nana, AndtLJ t.mi.. iw
Ber van ce and Non-Observance of Days"
before the meeting of the Methodist Epis
copal ministers held in the Elm Park
church yesterday rooming.
The funeral of the widow of the late
John Lynch, who died last Saturday
morning, was held yesterday morning at
the Holy Kosary church. Rov. Father
O'Toole aaid muss over the body. The
pall bearers were Thomas Saltry, Dennis
vrnunuoi, luumw i.tirtuD, itoger ijeonaru
William Barrett, James Rnddy.
PUBLIC TELEPHONE STATION.
A nnhlln tplnnhmiA' ti.a haan xmtA in
the book and stationery store ot Mr. An
darson. No. 1018 Nnrth Min iram. a
regular booth has been ordered and when
yintw wnt auuiu an mu oeeuea privsoy
fnr )nl rip Intiiy H 1 e I n ..n ia1ltin rpu:
.v. avw. ... - p v. muuv fcniUlUg. AU1D
nnhlin tAtenhnnn la IntunrlaA n Al
1 I m. uuuu v UVk
accommodate those who have no tele
phones, bat also to avoid a serious annoy
ance to regular telephone subscribers,
whose service is often serionsly Interfered
with by non-subscribers using the tele
phone SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS, '
i i i an i I
William Kivlin, of Buffalo, is visiting rel
atives on this side.
Misses Bridget and Nellie Walsh, of
Omaha, Neb., are visiting Here.
James Connell lodge, Indopendent Order
of Odd Fellows, meets tomorrow night.
Michael Hand, propriotorof the Meadow
Brook brewery, is once more attending to
business. v . .
Michael O'Holleran, the Cedar avenue
blacksmith, who was twice struck by a
passenger train on Saturday, is ngain able
to go to work.
C. J. Ruddy is temporarily affixed to the
Republican local staff in the absence of
Assistant City Editor M. J. O'Toole, who
is spending a vacation in St. Louis.
Forty Hours' Devotion was begun Sun
day at St. Mary1 German Catholic church
on River street This service will con
clude tomorrow morning with a solemn
The funeral of James Hastings will he
held from the residence ot hi parents, ou
Prospect avenne, at 9 o'clock this morn
ing. A high mass ot requiem will be sung
at St. John's church and interment will be
made in Hyde Park cemetery,
Attend creditors' auction sales of C. W.
Freeman's Jewelry stook, 2.30 and 7. so
S OF WEST SIDE
Hundreds or People Hid to Be D;nled Admit
tance. THE MOODY TENT TOO SMALL
The Choir Numbered Over 150
Voices John C. Thomas Is In
jured in the Manville Mines and
May Die Death of Mrs. John P.
Lewis, an-Old Resident of the West
Side News Notes and Personals.
Tbe Moody tent on North Main ave
nne was nnable to bold the immense
crowd that assembled tbsre last even
ing to bear Mr. Sc'uisvera, the cele
brated evangelist, and hundreds were
eompeiled to staud on the outskirts.
The choir numbered over 160 and sang
splendidly under the leadership of W.
The usual song service opened the
meeting after which Dr. Robinson of
fered prayer. Mr. Weedou rendered a
touching solo after wbicb a portion of
tbe Scripture was read by Mr. Schlev
era. Evangelist Schievera delivered an
eloquent and foroible discourse. He
spoke of the peril in alio whig the time
to paas without conversion. In relat
ing a story of tho man who tapered
off in bis drink, he likened it to tbe
man who cut off his dog's tail inch by
inch so as to prevent the cruelty of
mnklng the dog suffer by cnttinir it all
off nt once. There is no taking off with
God. Tuis grucn of God is a great
thing. The dejnotor's don't bsve it.
Tbe saoffer don't have it, but any body
wbo will submit to God's will can have
It, At the close a prayer service was
MRS. JOHN P. ItWIS DEAD.
Wtll Kccwa Woman Exp'.rea at Her
Mrs. Jane Lewlp, relict of the late
Jobn P. Lewis, died nt an early hour
yesterday tuoruing at tbe home of hor
son, Jobu J. Liwis, 417 Thirteenth
street, after a long and severe illuees.
Mrs.. Lewis was b.-irn in Abervale,
South Wales, in 1820, mid came to this
couutry forty-eUut yeurs ago. She
was an earnest Christian aud a devout
ai?raber of the First Welsh Baptist
Mrs. Lewis was very well known,
and her estimable qualities always
found for her frlouds. She is survived
by four children. They are Mrs. Mar
garet WillUtue, Mrs. Gomer Hughes,
John J. Lewis and James R. Lewis.
Tbe funeral will oceur tomorrow af tor
noon from tbe homo of ber son, Inter
ntout in the Duum.ire cemetery.
.NJURED Id THE MINES.
John C. Thomas Struck by a Largo
John C. Thomas, of Swetland street,
was seriously injured about 10 o'olook
yesterday while at work in the Mau
ville mines. Thomas is employed as a
miner and was cutting ooal when a
large rock 0 feet by 2 feet square fell
upon him Mr. Thomas was picked up
by neighboring miners and removed to
His body is badly maugled, but as
yet the extent of his injuries cannot be
learned, He is now in a preoarious
condition. Drs. Williams and Reyn
olds are attending him. Thomas is a
married man and has a family.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Joseph Zimmerll, of South Main avenue,
is ill. . '
Tbe Crystal Dancing class will open ou
Wdenesday evening in 8t Paul's armory.
Mrs. Amy Jones, of Carbondale, has re
turned home from a visit with friends on
Misaes Kato McLaughlin and Maggie
Paddeu, of Scranton street, have returned
Mrs. John Vipond, of North Hyde Park
avenne, will leave today for a visit with
friends iu New York city.
The Junior' league, of the Hampton
Street Methodist Episcopal church, will
give' an entertainment and social this
There will be a dime entertainment bv 1 1
Junior leagne tonight at the Hauiptu
Street Metbodist Episcopal church, li e
little men and women will hold an ic.
cream social at tbe clots of tbe entertain
Christian End-avor Convention.
Tbe Christian endeavor convention of
the Trinity and Zion K. L. C. E. societies
convenos in tho Green Ridge Evangelical
church on Capouse avenuo this morning
at 9.30 o'clock. The afternoon aud even
ing sessions promises to bs specially inter
esting. J. C. Manning, of Pittston, and
C. H.' Chandler, ot this city, will addross
the convention this evening. A hearty
welcome is extended to all Christian en
We have leased tha four-storv stone
building of Carson & Davis, No. 138 Frank
lin avenue and will resume business at
Our new stock Is already arrivlna and
will be complete in a few days. We would
soiicit-tne lavors or onr customers, both
wholesale and retail. .
We take this opportunity to sav that we
appreciate and are very grateful for the
sympathy Sod kind words so freely ex
pressed by our friends and tbe public.
MATTHEWS liKOS. ;
No-'reserve at sale of C. W. Freeman's
Jewelry stock by creditors. Auction daily
Grocers and butchers' pass books.
Pratt's Book Store.
Pillhuury's Brat makes beat bread.
We have purchased from a rollablo.
Watch Co. tbat nsedwl money, a
quantity of HIUH UKAUK Watcfa-
- esat oar own offsr. All lf-year
gold Ailed emeu, b -anti fully en
graved with 11-Jeweled American
movement. AH have Gold Enam
elled Dials. Never sold B t -
below 126 They go at SPl V-J.
Rexford Jewelry Co., ucu.
' We are prepared to furnish all
kinds of School Books and School
Supplies at short notice.-
. We always have in stock a com
(plote 'line of Blank Books, Sta
tionery and Office Supplies'. ,
Wall Paper, Window Shades
Pictures and Frames.
DAVIS THEATER SUCCESS.
. - "
The Watson SUUxs' Company Bscslvsd
' With favor.
It was the verdict of yesterday's
first day audience at Davis' theater
that tbe engagement of the Watson
Sisters' company is a happy stroke. The
specialties of the players never lag iu
interest and they offer many noval
Tbe company's engagsmeut will con
tinue during tbe week.
Watches in all styles and grades; OTr
prices reduced. We guarantee to save
you money, also special prices in gold
rings. Everything just as represented.
Reliable jewolor and milliner, 141 Penn
and Toilet Sets,
1 1 6 Wyoming Ave.
COME AND SEE US.
410 SPRUCE STREET
These are positively the best &1 Hats ever
made. If that price strikes your purse about
right, you will always be ylad you came in
and looked at them.
BOTH STOKLS 113 SPRVCICAND 203
CHUISTIAN. THB HATTElt.
Ire at Pressnt tti Mwt Fopnlar anS mffemd by
Wirarooms : Opposite Cohimkus Mooument,
90S Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
For Fall Wear
J I j
. I lit - ivr it.- m
305 Lackawanna Ave,
Martin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 I-acka. Ave.
I We are offeriirgsome Great Bargainaia I
2 Cases 10-4 Heavy-Weight, worth Ql, for 75c. 1
2 Cases 10-4 Extra Quality, worth $1.33, for 000.;
I 1 Case 10-4, Very Fino, worth $2, for $K4& I
s 1 lot of 10-4, werev$4.25,now $2.75. 1
1 lot of 11-4, were $5, now $3.i50. '
"On the Fences'
Soon be over the season (or riding. II
yon wont a Bicycle now is the time to et
it We are clearing np all stock, and will
give you such a chanoe as you never had
before. One ot our bargains:
A First class, Hih Grade $150 Bicycle
Brine your cash and GET OFF THE
CLARENCE M. FLORET
Successor to Florey & Bolt.
v.. 9 e-
hereafter will be open even
ings during the
season till 9 P. M.
PENIS CLOTHING k SHOE
137 AND 139
ARGE LINE 0.
in Blue and Black
Also, a first-class
stock of Imported
Suitings and Trouserings.
By DR. SHIHBEBU,
The SpacaUist oa tbe Eye. Headaches aivd Ner
voasneas wliwod. Latent ned lmprorad Style oC
Eyeglass and Bpeetacles at the Lowoit Prises.
Bit Artificial Kyes inserted for $5.
805 SPRUCE ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
To My Patrons and
Having been compelled by uncon
trollable circumstances to make a
temporary suspension of regular
business, I respectfully intimate
that in tbe course of a few weeks
at latest I hope to be able to re
sume trade under old conditions.
An amicable adjustment has been
reached between my creditors snd
myself, and as soon as pressing
claims are adjusted and settled, I
will be found at the old address
ready to welcome all customers
who favor me with a call. -Meanwhile,
the repair department will
be carried on as nsual, entrance
being had on Spruce street only,
but no geods can be bought except
at auction sales, which are con
ducted on behalf of creditors.
C. W. FREEMAN.
S, L. GALLEN