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THE SCTtANTON TRIBUTE -THURSDAY MOKNIN'G. SEPTEMBER 20, 1894.
A Foe io Dyspepsia
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And always have
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TBS TRADE BY
The Weston ill Co,
EEWARS OF COUNTERFEITS )
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. & Co.,
Garney, Brown & Co. JJLft.
CUUUT HOU&IC UUAltK.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruce Street.
Office Honrs: j ,
Pay your gas bills today and save tba
Reese Watkins leaven for Wales today.
Mise Lillian Goarhart and Bessie
Sberer have left for WelU college.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holmes are home
from a pleasure jaunt in New York state.
Hubert tWightman and William R.
rierce nave returned rrom a visit to Mia
dletown, N. Y.
Mrs. 0. M. Roy Dale who has been the
guest or Miss Penman, of Madison arenne,
left yesterday for her home in Birming
Miss Jessie Torry and Miss Margaret
Torry, of Clinton Place, visited Dalton
Inst evening to attend the wedding of
alios ceriua uoivin ana Airrea E. Lister.
GOOD SPOUT OFFERED.
Card for Today's Q.mltmsL's Driving
The trotting races of the Gentlemen's
Driving clnb will be held this afternoon
at the Driving park. Fonr well classi
fied events nhinh lima filluH nioll
offered and the sport should be pro
ductive or excitement en a uncertainty.
j The details of the card are as follows;
Nellie, J. Benore.
Fred, A. Dunn.
Bud, Dr. J. L. Wentz.
Dan, Dr. Nichols.
Qeorge, Victor Koch.
Georgia W, John Frita.
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2.50 CLASS, '
Blue, a. g., J. H. Ladwig.
uvuu uuunu, u. g., onuuursuu
Frank H, br. g., F. C. Hazzard.
T. L. &, s. g., C. S. Seamans.
John, b. g.. Dr. Hill.
Pet Hand, b. m., Frank Spencer.
3 00 CLASS.
Beauty, bL m., Dr. J. L. Went.
Frank S, b. g., J. F. Seigel.
Billy, b. g., U. M. Sanderson.
Beauty J, a. m., G. M. Sbelly.
urayiooc, d. m., j. a. ilears.
Little Agnes, gr. m , E. J. Goodwin.
Jack, b. g., Dr. Hill
Duke, bl. g L. T. Payne.
Abigail, br. m., Dr. Honser.
Mollie, b, m., A. L. Spencer .
Mand U, s. m., C. a Seamans.
"Centaur's" tips furnished Tue Trib-
k iaat wee were correct in eaon
ace, and although today's events are
Very open, the following selections are
reasonably sore of developleg:
Road race Nellie, Hazle, Budd.
2 50 class John Honan, John, Blue.
8.00 class Billy, Beauty J, Gray foot.
2.40 class Mollie or Abigail, Jack,
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
rUnder this heading short letters of Interest
wul be published when accompanied, for pub
lication, by the writer's name. ThkTribuns
will nut be held responsible for opinions here
TEMPERENCE WORK IN WALES.
Editor of Thr Tribune:
Sir: Permit me a little space in yonr
valuable paper to make a few remarks
pertaining to Mr. Robathan's letter in
Monday's Tribune concerning the drink
ing habits of the people of Swansea. Mr.
Robathan makes the assertion that "every
body drinks,from the smallest child to the
gray-haired old grandfather," etc Now
I lived in Swansea, and during my star
there I formed an opinion of the people
that does not coincide with that of Mr.
Robathan. At that time tbey had some
of the most flourishing tempereuce socie
ties of the country, and every church had
what was called then, Bands of Hope, ev
ery member of which made a vow to be
total abstainers. And it is very hard to
make me believe that all the labor done in
those days has been in vaiu. And to be
brief. I will venture the assertion that the
people of Swansea do not swallow mors of
the fiery liquid than do the Scranton peo
ple. Sincerely, William Grav.
Soranton, Sept. 19.
W havk leased the fonr-stoi-y stone
building of Carson & Davis, No. 133 Frank
lin avenue and will resume business at
once. ' '
Our new stock Is already arriving and
will be complete in a few days. We would
solicit the favors of our customers, both
wholesale and retail.
We take this opportunity to say that we
appreciate and are very grateful for the
sympathy and kind words so freely ex
pressed by our friends and the public.
. Matthews Bros.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electrio Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does notexist and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electrio
fitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Bait Rhenm and other affections caused by
Impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache,
Contispation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed,
or money refunded.-Prioe 60 cts. and II
per botUe at Matthews Bros, Drug aton
The End of the Convention of the Grand
LOYAL KNIGHTS OF AMERICA
Hampton Street Methodist Junior
League Enjoys a Social Moody
' Meeting Held In the Jackson Street
Baptist Church Funeral of Mrs.
Jane Lewis Station Hou68 Full of
Law-Breakers News Notes.
The annual session of the grand
lodge. Loyal Knights of America was
continued at 9 o'olock yesterday
mnrntnir and nearlv nil tha rinlaimtn.
nf tha virion arnfa Innn-A. wava nr...
ent. Albert Rodda, of Edwardsville,
Dresided. During the morning's wnrlr
amendments to the constitution were
made, and other secret work of the
order carried out.
The afternoon uuinn waa ahnrf and
the finishing tonobes were put to the
various uns or worn. T&e remaining
officers who had been passed over from
the previous meeting were installed,
rri. . r Tr- . . . .
me uoyai n.uignisisoneor tne strong
est secret organizations in numbers in
the citv. and thn nark of the crnnd
lodge was creditably carrred out
AN EVENING ENTERTAINMENT.
Chrlstiaa Endsavore Eijoy a Social
The Junior Leue of the Hampton
Street Methodist. Episcopal chureb, gave
a delightful entertainment and soeial
on Tuesday, evening, in the church.
Mrs. is. T. Stone presided.
The following programme was ren
dered in a most exoolleut manner;
Selection, Junior league; dialogue,
seven children; recitation in concert,
four girls; selection, seven boys; reci
tation, Judson Hinman; recitation,
seventeen leaguers; selection, league;
recitation, Edith Davies; dialogue, two
sirls; recitation. Bertha Roderick; duet,
Edith and Bertie Davison; reoltation,
Myrtle Bates; dialogue, five girls; reci
tation, Anthony. Ganzamler ; recitation,
Emma Edwards; song, twelve girls;
rocitation, Viola- Roderick; dialogue,
two children; song, league. Ice eream
and cake were served at the olose.
ATTENDANCE WAS LARGE.
At Moody Hastings la the Jackson
Street Baptist Church
On account of the rain, the Gospel
services of the Moody campaign were
conduoted by Evangelist Sehievera, in
the Jackion street Baptist chureb. The
attendance was large. - The singing
wasnnder the direotion of W. Weldon,
aud after the rendition of several
Gospel hymns. Revs. T. J. Collins, and
Mr. Sehievera gave earnest prayers.
"Rescue The Perishing," 'was then
Mr, Sehievera annonnced that a meet
ing will be held in the tent this even
ing. A meeting will be held at 6 all
this afternoon for ladies only in the
Jackson street Baptist church. The
tent work will close on this side to
morrow night and be removed to a lot
opposite the court bouse, where the
meetings will be continued. Rev. L.
C. Floyd, D. D., pastor of the Simpson
Methodist chnrcli, prayed. A tenor
solo entitled "A Day of Rest," was ren
dered by Mr. Weedon. Mr. Sehievera
selected as bis text, Hebrews ii. 3, and
spoke with remarkable force. His die
course was filled with anecdotes where
the unrighteous were brought to Christ.
A Motley Crowd Oollsottd In the Station
The officers of the West Side precinot
were unusually busy last evening, and
nine men were incarcerated in the sta
tion bonse for various offenses. Thomas
Thomas and Wiliiain Armson were ar
rested at 1.30 o'clock yesterday after
noon for being drunk and fighting.
Ibe men were playing dominoes la a
saloon, and as they disagreed, went ia
the back yard to settle the altercation,
the officers arrived and settled differ
ences by locking up the men. Officers
Hetzelrotb, 1 nomas and Matthews,
captured six vagrants on the Blooms
burg division of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western company last
evening. Tbey will have a bearing
this morning. Patrick Harrity was
about to indulge in an attack of the
tremens on South Main avenue, when
he was arrested bv Officer Jones about
10. 30 p. m. Harrity will receive the
deoision of the mayor this morning.
MRS. LEWIS BURIED.
Services Were Conducted at the Home
of Her Son.
The funeral of Mrs. Jane Lewis, re
lict of the late John P. Lewis, who
died on Monday morning after a severe
illness, occurred at 2.30 o clock yester
day afternoon. from the borne of
her son, John J. Lewis at 417 Thir
teenth street The remains were
viewed by a large number of friends
The floral tributes were numerous and
included a beautifnl pillow and wreath.
ttev, W. a. Jones, pastor of the First
Welsh Baptist church spoke with
words of love and tenderness on the
past deeds of Mrs. Lewis in conneetion
with church work. After the service!
the funeral cortege moved out to Dun
more cemetery where interment was
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Miss Kate Saul, of Pine street, is visit.
ing friends in New York oity.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holmes have re.
turned from Elmlra and Buffalo.
Will Adkins, of Tnnkhannock. is visit
ing formor acquaintances on this side.
Miss May Cosgrove. of North Main ave
nue, is the guest of friends In Uoncsdale.
Dr. D. O. Hughes, pastor of the Jackson
Street Baptist church, is suffering from a
Miss Jennie Cannon, of Moscow, has
returned borne from a visit with friends
on Hyde Park avenue.
Miss Bridget McNulty, of Carbondule.
has returned home from a visit with her
cousin, Miss Mo Hula, of Luzerne street
Ladies are urgently requested to attend
the Moody meeting this afternoon in thn
Jackson Street Baptist church. Mr.
Sehievera announced that if rains hard
there will no meeting.
more local enterprise.
Connolly & Wallaoe Extend Th.lr Al
ready Large Business.
The dry goods and notion store of
Connolly & Wallace, 203 Washington
avenue, opposite the oourt house, is at
present the scene of great activity.
The addition of 1 500 annara fiet nf
floor space has been irraatlv nnnra-
elated by the numerous pitrone of the
two courteous partners who have found
it necessary to Increase their staff of
salespeople from nine to eighteen. This
ia what Scranton admires, and the
hustling owners of tha drv e-ondi .torn
of Washington avenue will no doubt
develop their business to a still greater
Two years ago tlis firm began busi
ness on a basis whose particular fea
tures were nouest dealing and a desire
to please customers. In both purposes
the firm has been successful. Only re
liable goods are offered for sale and the
policy of the establishment is bound to
reap continued and merited success.
He Operates Successfully in the
Guise of an Elec
trician. A daring robbery, featured by Its
impudence, was committed at the
Lackawanna hospital yesterday. About
11 o'clock in the morning a young man
dressed in ordinary working clothe
ana snoniderinir a ladder appeared and
informed the officials that be had been
dispatched to inspect the electrio light
ins arrangements, and with a politeness
unexcelled requested to be allowed to
go through the building for tbe par
pose. The request was immediately
Tbe courteous young electrician
went through tbe house with good re
sults, aud his search was very minute
and painful in its details. He was suf
ficiently nngallant to break open and
inspect the trunks of five servants and
nurses and ransack several bureaus.
He seoured a gold watch and chain, a
gold ring and several dollars. Tbe
young man had two hours quietness as
it was about 1 o'olock before the rob
bery was discovered.
The thief is about 5 feet, 10 inches
in height with protruding cheek bones
and chin. He baa not been arrested.
Financial Returns of the W. J. Thomas
Bent fit Fund.
A large number attended the free
entertainment at Archbald's ball last
evening when the report of the com
mittee in cbarge of the benefit oonctrt
of William J. Thomas was given to the
public. An excellent programme by
local talent was rendered.
Tbe committee took the opportunity
to publicly give a vote or heartfelt
thanks to Hon. William J. Lewls.and
P, J. Ruane for presiding and con
ducting tbe eonoert in suoti a satisfac
tory manner, also to the different
singers, tbe ladies who sold the tick
ets, the pianist, and all others who in
ar.y manner aided towards making tbe
concert tbe success it was. The eom
mittee reported a total of $180 73, of
which $30 23 was paid as expenses,
leaving a balance of $150.48, besides
which St Mary'a ball and Mrs. Hanry
Cbuppsll each donated $5 The money
was given Mrs. Thomas by a committee;
consisting of Luther Elwards, John'
Lloyd aud Thomas Jean.
Tbe list of collections is as follows:
Henry E. Rees, 25 cents; Thomas W.
Thomas, 25 cents; Benjtram James,
$1 25; Daniel W. Jones, $2.50; Mrs.
Wiiliam G. Jones and Mrs. D. Evans,
$4 55; Mrs. Thomas Jehu, $0 20; Mrs.
Eli Weeks and Mrs. William Thomas,
$3 62; Mrs. Robert Jehu and Mrs.
Jntnes Williams, $9 35; Mrs. Lntber
Edwards and Mrs. Dan. W. Jones, $10 50 1
David D. Lewis aud Joseph Humph
ries, $13 35; received at the door,
$13.70; Mrs. Thomas J. Thomas and
Miss Lizzie Jones, $14 55; Mrs. Nich
olas Jenkins and Mrs. Daniel Rees,
$16 73; Mrs. Chart HalsUad and Mrs.
William Rhoda, $17.25; Mrs. David
Genu and Mrs. James Davltt, $20.05;
Mis. Richard Rale and Mr. John
Da rivers, $36.65; donated by Mrs.
Henry Cbnppel at tbe entertalumant,
Sept. 19 $5. Total, $180.73. Expen
ses, $30.25. Balanee, $150.48.
THE RAIN INTERFERED.
Moody Meetings Held in North Main
Avsaus Baptist Church.
Owing to the incessant rain which
foil all day yesterday and last evening
it was deemed best to bold last night's
service in the North Main Avenue
Baptist church. Tbe preliminary meet
ing was well attended and was led by
Rev. D. M. Kinier. A large crowd
gathered at the ohurch for the regular
meeting which, as usanl, was opened
by a praise service, during wbioli
prayer waa offered by Rev. W. G.
Mr. Bliss read a portion of Christ's
prayer that he found in tbe seventeenth
chapter of St John, after which a male
quartette gave a selection. Mr. Bliss
took as bis suiijct for the evening dis
course ''Assurance; or, Knowing of
It tbe rain continues tomorrow the
meeting will again be held in the Bap
NORTH END NOTES.
Mrs. Henry Evans, of Margaret avenue.
Is seriously ill.
William Evans, of School street is re
covering from a fever.
Samuel Daniels bas removed into his
new home on Dauiels street.
John Tranton. of Soring street who
was recently injured in tbe Leggett's
Creek shaft, is recovering.
Tbe fnneral of Mrs. Charies Stewart, of
Market street will be held to-day. Mass
will be said at tbe Holy Rosary ohurch.
Linemen have been busy for some time
past re-stringing the wires of tbe police
and fire alarm boxes. All of tbe police
alarm boxes are now connected by a long
distance metallic circuit, and everything
will oe reaay tor use louay.
Tbe Keystone Social club was organized
last evening with eight charter members,
George Silkinan, president; William
Dawes, secretary; Samuel Swingle treas
urer. Tbe club will meet every Friday
evening after Oct. 1. Tbe objct of tbe
club ia to give a number of socials during
The American Mendlssohn Choral so
ciety will meet for rehearsal at Lucas'
hall, corner of Markot ftroet and Sander
son avenue, tonight nt 7.30 o'clock. All
who desire to join this society are re
quested to call at :)" New York street this
afternoon. After Oct. 1 no members will
be admitted to tbe hall without sliowiug
their membei'hipcard, neitbor will any
body be admitted to membership.
PDBLIC TELEPHONE STATION.
A public telephone bas been placed in
tbe book aud stationery store of Mr. An
derson, No. 1913 North Main avenue. A
regular booth bas been ordered and when
placed will afford all the needed privacy
for local or long distance talking. This
public telephone is intended to uotonly
accommodate those . who have no tele
phones, but also to avoid a serions annoy
ance to regular telephone subscribers,
whose service is often seriously interfered
with by non-subscribers using the tele,
City aod School Taxet, 1891.
Tbe city and school titx-dupllcates for
the year 18U4 are now in my hands fur
collection. Persons wisbiug 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.
Office bo?rs from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., ex
cept Satnnrday, this office will be closed
at noon. -
Dr. C C Laubaob, dentist, Gas and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight years la
Marriage or Alice L Qu'mn and Arthur M.
RECEPTION AT HOME OF BRIDE
The Wedding Presents Were Costly
and Generously Bestowed Concert
Tomorrow Night of the Dickson
Banjo and Guitar Club Personal
and Other Minor Items of Interest
Tbe marriage of a very popular
young couple Miss Alios L, Qaiun,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Quinn, of 414 Stone avenue, to Arthur
M. Evans, of the Westminster hotel,
was solemnized at St. Peter's cathedral
yesterday evening at 6 o'olook. The
bride was attended by Miss Ddiia Clark
and the groom by Thomas Casey. Miss
Florencs Clark, niece of tbe bride, was
flower girl. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. M. J. Millaoe.
Tbe gown of the bride was of white
brotaded silk, trimmed with chiffon
and moire ribbon. Sue wore a wreath
of orange blossoms and a veil of tulle
pinned with a diamond brooch. She
carried a bouquet of Marchalniel roses
and maiden hair ferns. Tbe brides
maid wore pale blue silk muslin,
trimmed with cream chiffon and moire
ribbon to match. Her bouquet was of
white rosea Groom aud groomain in
were attired in full dress suits. Tb
cburoh waa crowded with a throng of
friends. Tbe ushers were Thomas
May, Frank Callahan, Michael Culkin
and Miuhael Hughes.
At 9 o'clock a reception was held at
tbe home of the bride and attended by
num rous friends and acquaintances.
At 11 o'clock tbe guests ropeired to St.
John's hall aud danced till 2 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Evans will make their
future home en the South Side.
ENTERTAINMENT AT ST. JOHN'S HALL
It Will Be Given Tomorrow Night by
the Dickson Banjo Club.
The entertainment and social of the
Dickson Banjo and Guitar club will be
given ut St. John's hall tomorrow even
ing. The following programme will
Selection.. Dickson Banjo and Guitar Club
Vocal solo Miss Annie Davies
Duet, banjo and guitar Watkins Bros
Trio, banjo, guitar and mandolin
Fred Evans and party
Vocal solo, guitar accompaniment....
Vocal solo Miss Annie Davies
Selection. .Dickson Banjo and Guitar Club
Dancing will begin immediately after
tbe entertainment is concluded. A
feature of the entertainment will 1
the comic specialties, Evans and Me
Nuliy. SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Mrs. A. Presser, of Fig street, is danger
Mrs. Thomas, of Hickory street is se
The Welcome Dancing club held a social
last nisht at Callary's hall.
Tbe South Side barbers will meet to
night at Zang's barber shop to perfect ar
rangements for the early closing move
ment. Dr. Manley is in receipt of a letter from
the general secretary of tbe Yonng Men's
Institute addressed to Edward J. O'Brien,
which he would be pleased to have Mr.
O'Brien call for. , . ;,, ;
Tomorrow will be pay day at the North
and South steel mills, the silk, button and
woolen factories, This is not an innova
tion bnt an accommodation to the Steel
Workers Beneficial association which runs
an excursion to Lake Ariul Saturday.
The special meeting at the Hickory
Street Presbyterian church of the board
of trustees and elders tonight will take
action on the resignation of the pastor,
and steps taken toward extending a call
to some clergyman to succeed Mr. Lange.
To Be Located at tbe Rear of the
Tbe ioint buildinir anmmUtaa nf
a-iuncils met at tbe oity clerk's office
list night and adopted the plans and
d -slgn of Arohiteot E. L. Walter, of
iuis city, i or tne new nre departmeut
and police patrol house. There wero
in all nine sets of nlans. Tha nnnr.i.
priation for the building is $18,000.
loo tot on wnieu tne ouuaing is to
stand is 51) feet on the Mulberry street
liny and 120 feet on Dickson alley.
The building is to be two stories above
the cellar, the first story must not b
less than twelve feet in tbe clear, and
shall contain proper rooms for a fire
engine, hose carriage, atabies, etc,
and everything neeesiarv for a fniiv
equipped fire department bouse and pu-
iriu wukuu station.
Tha seaond alnr la tn Mnt.li,
suitable for dormitories, sitting rooms
etc., and au off t for tbe chief of the
a a a. i .
ura uepsrtmst c, aiso a private office
for the chief of police. iTbis
offite is to be annnantail k. u
passageway with his public office
In- the. Mnnieinal bniMino Tha
closing walls to be built of West Moun
tain stone, quarry race, tne lumber will
be Of Gi'emia Vellow nino mil thu Hrp
floor will baveicaulked joints. The
uunuing win nave a nose tower,
Closing OUi rilKH-t.t nrtnrAa on.l .no,,,,,.
dlucbera at reduced prices. Also ladies'
bog, foxed, congren, razor toes, pretty
styles.. - . A. C. Nettlxton & Co.,
, Commonwealth building.
Pillbbury's Best makes best bread.
; Of yours wauta a EIXO.
, Don't it! See our special
values for this week.
Solid Gold, Fngraveil, 2iSe. ' '
Solid Gold, Rttl Puarl Set, BOo. .
Solid Gold, Gurnet or Turquoise, 73o.
Solid Gold, Real Diamond 8et, s)l.
. Warranted as reiireauuted..
Rexford Jewelry Co. 4
We are prepared to furnish all
kinds of School Books and School
Supplies at short notice. .
We always have in stock a com
plete ijne of Blank Books, Sta
jtionery and Office Supplies.
I7all Paper, Window Shades
Pictures and Frames. .
Ixcaralon to Oc.an Grove.
Oa Saturday Sept. 22nd, the Central
Railroad of New Jersey will ran a special
exoursioa to Ocean Grove and retnrn,
stopping at all ticket stations to Bethle
hem Trains will leave Scranton at 5 a.
m. Returning leave-Ocean Grove at 5.45
p. m. Fare from Scranton 13.25; Wiiket
Tbe $40,000 Sohool House
for Colombia avenue bas been let and will
be coninieaced immediately. There are
still a few lots left at a low price.
Office, Theater Lobby.
The championship gold medal and tbe
gold stop watcn to tie snot tot on Sent. 28,
are now on exhibition in tbe window of
Pbelps drng store.
and Toilet Sets,
Ii6 Wyoming Ave.
. New Prices
COME AND SEE US.
410 SPRUCE STREET
inns nru positively me txjst 9.1 nais ever
made. If that price strikes your puree about
ritflit, you will always be glad you came In
aud looked at tliem.
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BOTH bTOKES-41 SFKUCE AND 803
LACKA AVIS. '
CHRISTIAN', T1IK HATTER
In at Fremit tbe Most fopnlur and Preferred b)
" Wtrerooms: Opposite Columbus Honum.nl,
205 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
For Fall Wear
VF r-'1 "'V
3A5 iAckraajULa. Avfti
Martin & Delaiiy
- WYOMING AVENUE.
S I 1 1 rv I -T" I r . I . . w- S
wwi-. . r uirvac I I P1AI a
308 Lacka. Ave.
Is offering some
this week in
I 0nQ lot of Plaids and Stripes, were 18c,
m One lot of Nnvelti
I One lot of Black Figured
s One lot of damaged Underwear, foremen :
w Vi uu .now
One lot of Blankets, 10-4,
NOTICE. CALL EARTX ASTHEM ARF R!1T a miMcrr
Soon be over the season for riding. II
you wants Bicycle bow ie the time to get
it. We are clearing np all stork, and will
gire yon nch a cbanos as you never had
before. Ous-ot our bargains:
A First-class, High -Grade $150 Bieycls
Brio? your cash and GET OFF TBE
CLARENCE M. FLORET
Saocessor to Florey & Holt
"On the FerA
hereafter will be open even
ings during the
season till 9 R M.
PIN Mil & SHOE HOUSE
137 AND 139
Comp ete Outfitters.
LARGE LINE OJ'
in Blue and Black
Also, a first-class
stock of Imported
Suitings and Trouserings.
Goods, were 50c f
were $5, now-
By DB. SHLMBEBG,
SlnESJS "7 Eya- Headaches and Ner.
ri' Lax and Improved Style of
Best ArttflciiU Eyes rnserted for 53.
805 SPRUCE ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
To My Patrons and
Haying been compelled by uncon
trollable eironmstanees to make a
temporary suspension of regular
business, I lespectfarty intimate
that in the coorseof a few weeki
at latest I hope to be able to re
sume trade under old cendltkms.
An amicable adjustment bas been
reached betweenimy creditors and
myself, aod as soon as pressing
claims are adjusted and1 settled, I
will be found at the oM address
ready to wolccnm- all enaiomera
who favor me with a call. Mean
while, the repair depautment will
be carried on as usual, entrance
being had on Spruce street only,
but nogeode can be bensntejoepe
at auction sales, which, are oan
duoted'On tobalf of creditors.
0. W. FREEMAK.
& L GALLEN