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THE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1894.'
Can b cured by aimple treatments and the
truss thrown aside in a short time.
Mo detention from businoss .
A sale and radical cure (or erory variety of
hernia, by a new method.
- Mo charge ior consultation and examina
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO.
203 WASHINGTON AVE.
And always have
MASTtJFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston flill Co,
Mm CF COUNTERFEITS 3
THE BEND IN E POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. & Co,
ftnnHwfH oti Each fllgar.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfls.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruce Street.
offl- w.... j to 11.30.
POOR BOARD MEETING.
Many Cases of Destitution Acted Up
onMr. Gibbons Champions
Mrs. Saylor's Cause.
The poor board met yesterday in
regular session wnen several cases of
relief were disposed of.
A prolonged discussion oocurre.l on
Mrs. Kate Lvnett's application. The
old lady resides near Chestnut street,
Dnnmore, and has two married sons
nnd three daughters, the husband be
ins a confirmed invalid. Mr. Gibbons
opposed tbe application on "geaeral
principles" and uttered a scathing de
nunciation on the uncharitable conduct
of the children and suggested that as
they declined to help their parents tbe
old couple echonld be sent to the Home.
Eventually he proposed that the case
tie dismissed and this was ajreed to.
The old lady protested very warmly
against tbe decision.
Mrs. Swau referred to tbe esse of
Mrs. Saylor, of the South Side, who,
she alleged, keeps a hole in the wall.
If the chare was true, she thought
the relief granted Mrs. Savior should
be discontinued. Mr. Gibbons ob
jected and said be had inquired from
the neighbors thoroughly -and all bo
could find was thnt she is an indus
trious woman. "I have every respect
for Mrs. bwnu," Mr. Gibbons said,
"but tbe neighbors have a grudge
against Mrs. Sjylor and want to stop
the relief. She is one of the hardest
working women in tbe South Side."
"We needn't go farther than the
landlady of the house in which Mrs.
Saylor lives to prove the charge," re
torted Mrs. Swan. "Mrs. Dtiggan has
inquired into tbe case and finds it is
so," Eventually Mr. Gibbons was
deputized to inquire into the case.
The committee appointed to inquire
into tbe case of Mary Judge reported
through Mr. Gibbons that the sugges
tions made by Colonel Boles had been
acted upon and she had been trans
ferred to Danville.
A communication was read from the
school for feeble minded children at
Elwyn, Pa,, stating that there was no
accommodation for tbe four boys sent
from Seranton, viz. : D. J. Thomas,
John Atkinson, Churles Sargent and
Patrick Hive. It was referred to At
torney Soragg. Mr. Shotten Baked
whether the snperintendent of the dis
trict could legally take an order of re
moval and wns informed by Attorney
Scrngg that it was the duty of tbe di
rectors only and could not be depu
tized. WOOD'S COLLEGE
Of Btulnaaa and Shorthand.
Tbe best business Bince the college was
Both sessions largely attended.
This year a large number of people find
it inconvenient to pay for the scholarship
on entering. The management bos sot
aside a fund of $5,000 to accommodate
those who wish to pay on the instalment
Persons interested are Invited to call
F. E. Wood, Principal.
Dr. Reeves has opened a female depart
ment at bis handsome office, No. 413
fcprnce street, Soranton, All ladies whose
"delicacy" has heretofore kept them away
from "male physicians" may now receive
examination, services and treatment by
one of their own sex.
All Bead? for Tomorrow
At the great sale of Binghamton shoe
stock now going on at the 6 Bros, shoe
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All wbo have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A pnrer
medicine does notexist and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electrio
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Bait Rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
tbe 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. Price 60 cts. and $1
per bottle at liatthews Bros., Drug store
A Foe to Dyspepsia
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WORK OFJRflND JURY
Its Final Rcpjrt and Recommendations Pre
sented to Court.
SUGGESTIONS THAT ARE MADE
As Outlined in Yesterday's Tribune
Another Court Room and More
Jury Rooms Are Asked For.
Changes That Are Advocated at the
County Jail Many True Bills Re
turned Bill Against Dony Ignored.
Tbe grand jury presented its final
report to the court yesterday and was
discharged with the thanks of tbe
judge. Tbe report contained the sug
gestions outlined in yesterday's Tmu
Ti e recommendations are as follows:
THK JURY'S RECOMMENDATIONS.
To the Honorable the Judges of the Court
of Quarter Sessions or Lackawanna
The grand jury inquiring for the county
of Lackawanna, at the October sessions, A.
D., 1804, respectfully submits tbo following
That tbey Iiave disposed of all the indict
raontB presented to tbem to the beat of
their judgment and have been as expedi
tious in tbo preformance of their duty
as a proper hearing of the cases would al
low. Tbpy lmve examined tbe court house and
tlu county jail, and with reference thereto
they desire to make the following recom
mendations: 1. Tbey believe thnt the accommodations
for jurors in tbe court house at present
are entirely inadequate, and would there
fore reconimeud that additional jury
10 )in be immediately fitted up nud com
fortably furnished for the convenience of
jurors who may be called to attend tbe
sessions of tbo r everal courts.
They also recommended that an addi
tional court room bo fitted up so thnt three
courts may be in section at the same time,
with a view that coso may be tried with
as little delay as possible.
2. With reforenco to the county jail they
And everything conducted as well as pos
sible under tho present system, but tliuy
recommend tbnt hereafter ull children thnt
will be incarcerated in tbe couutv jail be
kept separate and apart from otbor pris
oners. They also recommend that all persons
conilncd in the county jail awaiting trial
be koot separato and apart from those
wbo are serving out sentences which have
been imposed upon tbem.
Tbey also recommend tbe appointment
of a matron and female wardens, to attend
to the wants of all female prisoners.
Tbey recommend further that a sick
ward be immediately provided at the
county jail for nil prisoners requiring
medical attendance that they may be
properly treated, and that a vault or safe
be provided nt the county jail for tbe safe
keeping of all documents which are neces
sarily kept there.
John T. Gibbons, Foreman.
Sept. SI, 1SU4.
: A large number of true bills were
Oae hundred and twelve bills were
ignored, among tbem being tbe eases
against F. A. Dony, charged with per
jury, and John Rocae, arson.
MATTERS IN COURT.
Ending of the First Week of Common
The first week of the September term
of common pleas court which ends to
day has dealt with two most import
ant land suits, involving nearly a quar
ter of a million dollars.
Tbe Fellows-Loomis suit was 'ended
yesterday, tbe testimony of both sides
wss finished and the argumonts of the
attorneys, but tno judge's charge was
not delivered. Today tbo esse will be
given to tbe jury.
Ex-Attorney uenerai i'aimer, in bis
argument for tbe defense was merciless
in his attack on Cornelius Smith.
Among a choice medley of strong ad
jectives be referred to Mr, Smith as
"the red-beaded Mepbistopbeles."
Mr. Smith was no less complimentary
when his turn came.
Tbe Marcy ejectment cose, in court
room No. 2, before Jndge Savidge, was
ended as far as testimony was con
cerned. Tbe argument of the attorneys
und the judge's charge will occupy tbe
day. The case will be resumed at 8.30
WILL WORK FULL FORCE.
Everything Now K.ady for Full Volume
After considerable interruption dur
ing tbe summer months owing to sick
ness, vacations, etc., etc this morn
ing will Bee a full force of olerks on
duty at tbe Soranton Cash store. Every
department will be in good working
order and have a fine stock of goods.
Prices will be very low all around and
quality of goods the fiuest to be had.
We are now about entering tbe lsst
quarter, the home stretoh of '04, and if
good goDds, low priees, excellent ser-
viee and prompt delivery will aceom
plisb anything, weoxpect to smash the
record for large sales during tbe com
ing three months. We have the guoJs ;
we have tbe facilities; we have the
will. The Scrantou Cash Store.
COLONEL BAIN'S LECTURE,
Addreis on Prohibition by the Eloquent
Ken tuck lan at the Frothlng'aam.
Colonel George W. Bain, of Lexing
ton, Ky., the celebrated Prohibition
leoturar lectured at tbe Frothingbam
theater last night nuder tbe auspices
of the Central Prohibition leaguo and
addressed a large audience upon tbe
subject "Our National Sin."
Colonel Bain opened his lecture by
remarking that the consoienee of the
nation was frozen, and as an illustra
tion he quoted with much foree tbe
fact that during tbe great depression
of the past eighteen months not a
single sentence could be quoted from a
leading newspaper against the effects
of the liquor traffic There was nothing
he thought more awful than the indif
ference of tbe Christian people to tbe
results of strong drink. There were
millions of Christians wbo saw the
necessity of God's help to save tbe
conntry from danger, but wbo would
not help God.
With regard to prayer, the lecturer
aptly remarked that every Sabbath
morning thousands of prayers were
offered through, the laud for "our rul
ers," but the trouble was the rnlers
was imbued with a desire to be re
elected. Then there were other nravers.
such as tbe prayer of the dying and
tbe prayer from the heart which went
direct to the throne of God, but tbe
prayer to God to save our land from
drunkenness had to go the - way of tbe
All Questions lead no to tsmnsranoe.
it wss tbe bub of tbe great wheel of
labor. The laboring man had jnst
emerged from the great Pullman car
singe. Why. said be. tbe laboring
men spend sufficient in sixty days to
buy out the entire company. Why not
stop drinking for sixty days and boy
out the whole tbing and be your own
masters, and in fifteen years they
would buy up all the railroads of the
country with tbe money tbey spend in
People sometimes remarked that the
Prohibition party waa slow, but the
party wbicb bad God, borne aud prin
ciple behind it was never slow. The
party should not be measured by its
siz, but by its ideas. After a warm
tribute to tbe ladies of Kentucky the
lesturer closed with an emotional ref
erence to tbe death of his daughter
sinee bis last visit to Soranton, and
gave striking infereaoos from tbe scene
which impressively closed an excellent
CAVE IN AT DURYEA.
After the Sinking of the Surface an
Immense Body of Water Pours'
Into Hallstead Mine.
A cave-In ooonrred at Duryea yester
day morning before 0 o'elock, when be
tween one and a half and two asres of
ground covering the workings of the
Hallstead mines went down. Up to a
late hour last evening no Injury to
dwelling bouses or similar property
was reported, nnd the subsidence has
been so geueral that the defection can
scarcely be observed.
A large stream of water, roughly es
timated nt 3,000 gallons a minute, is
steadily flowing into the mines.
A Tribune reporter saw William H.
Storr, tbe assistant general coal agent
of the Delaware, Laekawanna and
Western company last evening who
stated that be had jnst returned, but
owing to the limited time for surveys
it was difficult to estimate the damage
occasioned. It would, however, ba
impossible to carry on work in any
part of tbe mine until pumps had been
fixid to clear out tbe water and it
would tako some time to accomplish
this. A stoady stream was flowing
continuously when he was there nnd
an immense bulk of water would be
stored in the mine.
No one was injured, but it will be
some time before that portion of tbe
mine can be used again. The re
mainder will be operated within a few
At the Theaters. I
"The Trolley System" wns given its
first production in this eity at the
Academy of Musio last night. It Is
not likely to appear again this season.
Once will do.
'As a farce comedy "The Trolley
System" possesses nothing to .recom
mend it to popular favor, and most of
the members of tbe company acted like
amateurs. Tbere was some clever
tumbling du'lng the progress of tho
George C. Jenks' Russian drams, "In
the Name of tbe Czar," is tbe attrac
tion at the Aeademy this evening, The
play comes here with the prestige of
unequivocal successes achieved in New
York and Boston. Its managers,
Messrs. Connelly and Gardner, have
mounted it magnificiently. As an
elaborate scenic prod notion it is prom
ised to fully equal 'anyisuperb staging
tbst may be given in Soranton for the
remainder of the season. The scenery
is all carried by the company, and the
oast is made np of well known and
powerful artists. Tbe east of the
strong drama is an excellent one in
every particular, Edward Brand, an
actor of experience and ability, enact
ing .'the important part of Hecter
T t T
There have been many stur plays
with dual roles for men, but very few
for women. Miss Wninwrigbt's new
play, "Daughters of Eve," gives her
the - opportanity of presenting twin
sisters, who are alike in appearanoe
but; "wide apart as tbe poles in char
acter." In these she thinks she fin Is
tbe greatest opportunities thnt have
ever been afforded to her since she has
been a star. The play was written ex
pressly for her by A. E. Lancaster and
Julian Magnus, whose famous drama,
"Conscience," was so brilliant a success
many yoars ago at tbe Union Square
theater. Miss Wainwright will pre
sent "Daughters of Eve at the Acad
emy of Musio on Monday evening.
T t t
The building in which ell tbe soenery,
costumes and properties for the Warde
Jamei company are manufactured is
located on one of the principal thor
oughfares of Brooklyn and is a large
two-story and basement struc
ture with a great paint tower. Tbe
building is one hundred feet deep.
fifty feet wide and fully seventy feet in
height at Us lowest point The base
ment is cemented all through and nsod
for the storage of scenery. The first
floor is securely built and utilized for
the same purpose. The second story is
divided Into several compartments; on
one Bide is a large, square room wherein
all the properties are manufactured.
It is fitted np with fireplaces, paint
sinks and all the appliances necessary
for tbe department On the opposite
side is a large room lined with closets
and chests where all tbe handsome
wardrobes of the company isstorod. In
tbe center ot tbe room are large cireu
lar tables with drawers attached
filled with all qualities and designs of
ilk, thread, buttons, spangles and
similar material used in tbe making of
wardrobe. Hore, during tbe summer,
half a dozen sewing women are kept
busy making new costumes for tbe
auxiliaries and repairing the old
ones. In tbe center of, the building on
this floor is a large open spsoe filled up
with carpenter s benches and well sun
plied with tools and material for the
repairing and constrnotion ot scenery,
Leading off from tbisplsee is the scenic
artists otlioe where designs for new
scenes are constantly bving drawn.
Away in tbe rear is a large paint bridge
with two large paint frames on either
side, at whiob the artists are kept con
tinually busy. Tbe building is com
plete In every respect, and a aovel fea
ture of theatrical equipment
t t t
"Duffy's Blunders" is the name of
Barney Ferguson's new play in which be
will make bis appearance at the Aoade
my of Musio Tuesday evening. Miss
Montford, who owes ol velvety contralto
voice of marvelous power and sweet
ness to nature and the crack vocal mas
ters of Paris, is one of a bevy of six
young1 misses to lend youthfoinos?,
grace and beauty to "JJuity s ttiun
ders It is a rattling new farce corn
t t t
The curiosity of theater loving hat
been on tiptoe for several weeks to
know what sort of material enters into
Paul ton's new operatic oomedy,
"Doroas," which is to be presented
here by Pauline Hall and ber clever
company on Wednesday evening at the
Academy of Musio. The piece will be
beautifully set and the costumes are
said to be dazzling, and altogetber tbe
presentation will be notable in every
way. la the supporting company may
be meutioned Jennstte St. Henry,
Kate Davis, J. Aldrich Lib bey, Will
iam Broderiek, Charles Bradshaw, II,
Downing Clark, Charles Meyers. Kate
Trayer and others, The orchestra will
be directed by Max Uirsehfeld.
Immknsb Bargains are secured Vt every
sale at tbe creditors' auction sales now in
'progress at Freeman's. '
AMONG THE WORKERS
Second Daj's Proceedings of the $. C X. U.
' at Moscow Yesterday.
PLAYING i EUCHRE DENOUNCED
Officers and Superintendents Elected
for Ensuing Year Strong Resolu
tions Were Passed Urging Pulpit
and Press Agitation Against Smok
ing by Juveniles Prohibition ConfirmedMid-Year
Be Held at Dalton In March,
The seeond day's proceedings of the
Lackawanna county Women's Chris
tian Temperance union's convention
opened yesterday morning at the
Methodist Episcopal ohnrcb, Aioseow,
when tbe county exeoutive oommlttee
held a business meeting at 8.30 a. m.
when the superintendents of the vari,
ous departments were appointed as fol
lows: Sunday school work, Mrs. M. D. Hodg
Sclentiuo temperance instruction, Mrs.
M. W. Vaughn.
Temperance literature, Mrs. J. a. oick-
Department of mercy, Mrs. Jtanny
Press work, Miss Ella Mumtord.
Parlor meetings, Mrs. E. Wagner.
Franchise Mrs. F. T. Vail.
Evangelistic work, Mrs. F.B. Hiorns.
Sabbath observance, Miss A. L. Sbaffjr.
Prison and jail work, Mrs. W. H. Stab-
Soldiers and sailors. Mrs. Jennie LSotts.
Mothors' meetings, Mr. W. Frank.
Flower mission, Miss Fanny Raub.
Juvenile work, Miss Liua Frank.
Railroad work, Mrs. (i. L. Field.
Work anions foreigners. Mrs. Margaret
Roberts; nssutant, Miss Fannie Tamer.
"Y" work, Mrs. uoodwin.
Tho 9 a. m. convention was op9nod
by Mrs. G. L. Field, who conducted
tbe devotional exercises, after which
sympathetic references were made to
the deaths or two valued members ol
tbe nnion, Mrs. C. C, Miles, of Dalton,
and Mrs. E. S. Red, of Serantou.
Reports wero made by Mrs. M. D.
Ilodgaon upon Sunday school work,
Mrs. W. M. Vaughn upon scientific
temperance instruction and recom
mended that a speaker bo engaged to
lecture upon this branch of work before
the county institute. The nnion re
solved that tbe money ssenred for tbe
monthly advices be sent to tbe county
superintendent of this work to be ex
pended in places wnere tnere are no
OTHER REPORTS RECEIVED.
'The deportment of mercy wss re
ported upon by Mrs. FdnnyStesm, and
the suggestions made were highly ap
preciated. Among those who addressed
tbe meeting were Mr. Kramer, of Elm
hurst; Rev. Van Dyke.of Moacow; Rav.
F. A Dony and Mrs. Clara Hoffman.
Tbe other reports read included
Evangelistic Work," by Mrs. F. B.
Harris; "Parlor Work," by Mrs. E.
Wagner; "Franchise, by Mrs. U. U
Squier ; "Sabbath Observance, by Miss
Sobaffer; "Proa Work," by Mrs. A. F.
Yost and Miss Ellen Mumford; "Prison
and Jail Work." by Mrs. W.H. Stubble-
bine: "Soldiers and Sailors, by Mrs.
Jennie Butts; "Mothers' Meetings," by
Mrs. W. Frank; "Flower Mission," by
Miss Jennie Raub; "Juvenile Work,"
by Miss Lir.a Frank, and "Railroad
Work," by Mrs. Q. L. Field.
The resolutions were submitted by
tbe committee and adopted, and were
to the effect thitt the members of tbe
nnion resolved to bear aloft the un
compromising banner of total absti
nence of the individual from alcoholic
and narcotic poisons, and total prohi
bition as the ultimate law of righteous
ness in government. The members also
pledged their moral support to the
Lackawanna County Prohibition
league. Tbe action of the preachers of
the Wyoming eonfersnoe in organizing
themselves as a league for practical
work was heartily indorsed. The im
portance of wearing tbe white ribbon
upon all occasions was magnified, and
the use of the card table in the club
room was discountenanced, as well as
the progressive euehre in Christian
homes, Tobacco and cigars were prov
ing the mental and physical ruin of
thousands of boys and girls, often
causing insanity, and the conven
tion urged more agitation on
the subject through pulpit and
press. The convention tendered
its sincere thanks to the members of
the three nnions, Moscow, Daieville,
Madisonville and all other nnions who
had in any way helped to make the
convention a success.
AVORK OF LOYAL LEGION.
An excellent address was given by
Miss Lena Frank upon the work of tbe
Loyal Legion' in the connty. There
are ten legions with 1,014 members
and 55 children are at present-studying
Mrs. Prisoilla Domblazer, of Clear
field, spoke very effectively on work
among the foreign clement
The officers for tbe ensuing year
were elected as follows: Mrs. D. B.
Hand, Seranton. president; Mrs. C. D.
Simpson, corresponding secretary;
Miss Ella C. Rhodes, recording secre
tary, and Mrs. bidder, of Peckvilie,
treasurer. The mid-year convention
will be held in Dalton iu March.
Tbe large number of ladies who as
sembled at tbe convsntiou are thor
oughly satisfied with the report of the
work accomplished during tbe past
year, and are preparing for more elab
orate and aggressive work daring the
Of yours wants a RING.
Don't it? Soe our special
values for this week.
Solid Oold, Engraved. 23 n.
Solid OoM, Kuul Pearl Sot, SOo.
Soild Oold, Uurnot or Turquoise, 7So.
Solid Uolil, Keal Diamond Sot, 1.
Warranted as represented.
Rexford Jewelry Co,
"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, Bta
fcionery and Office Supplies.
Wall Paper, WindowShadea
Pictures and Frames.
The $40,000 School Houas
for Columbia avenue bus been let and will
bo commenced immediately. Tbere are
still a few lots loft at a low price.
Ufice, Theater Lobby.
Call and see our fall styles of wing
tipped shoes, in calf, russwtt, patent leather
and pig skin. Commonwealth Bhoe store,
The 'championship gold medal and the
gold stop watch to be sbot for on Sent. 33,
are now on exhibition in the window of
Phelps drug store.
JONES At the Home of the Friendless,
Sept. 21, Louisa Jones, agod 2 months;
funeral today at 2 p. m.
LARGEST LINE OF
Royal Sevres Ware
ever on exhibition in this city.
Cat Glass, Silverware, &a
WEICHEL & MILLAR
1 1 6 Wyoming Ave.
And every shoe
in the house is
HT 1 1
new. lo old
stock. We can fit
your feet and
tickle your purse
to the opening point
YOUR SHOE MAN
410 Spruce Street.
Theso are positively tho host 83 Ilats over
mndu. If that priro titrikeH your purse about
ritfht, you will always be glad you camo in
and looked nt them.
BOTH STOKES 4 HI SPKl'CE Alii) 203
CHUISTIAN. THK HATTF.R.
it at rrewnt U Moot Popular and rrafsmS by
i UioJn Artists,
War&roomt: OppotileCblumbus Monument,
90S Washington Av. Sernnton.Pa.1
For Fall Wear
205 Lackawanna Ave.
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Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
of Next Week at
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a I ,i J E :
308 Lacka. Ave.
September 26, 27 and 28
FALL AND WINTER
s XI IU J 1 Y Trimi in
"On the Fence."
Soon be over ths Beafou for riding. II
you want a Bicycle now is tbe time to get
it. VVs are clearing up all stork, and will
give yon sucb a cbanos as you sever bad
before. One ot oar bargains:
A Firtt-olass, High Grade 150 Bicyclt
Bring your cash and GET OFF THE
CLARENCE M. FL0REY
Successor to Florey & HolU
II THING OF BEAUTY
is IlAAU JLIlll JLlJU
OUR CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
The favorite resort of Seranton inow filled to overflowing with
tho choicest and most varied assortment of novelties ever shown.
Our line of .
The largest in the city, contains many new aud desirable fabrics,
many of which are exclusively with us. Our $3 ALL-WOOL
BEEFER is a beauty.
The Gallen Combination Outfit.
THINE & SHOE I
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE.
Complete Outfitters. S. L. GALLEN
OPEN IS VEXING S TILL O O'CLOCK.
LARGE LINE Ol
in Blue and Black
Also, a first-class
stock of Imported
Suiting3 and Trous
A TV Tl
VJL JU.U1JL-VU 1
By DR. SHIMBERG,
Tbs Specialist on ths Eya. Headaches and Ner
vousuesa relieved. Latest and Improved Btylo of
Eyrglasses aad Spectacles at tha Lovrwt Price.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for (5.
303 Si'KCCia ST., Opp. Old Post Ofllca.
Notice is hereby given that auc
tion sales M ill be conducted daily,
at 2.31) aud 7.30 p.m., in the store
of CW. Freeman, Jeweler, corner
Pcnu avenue aul Spruce street.
The sale is positive and no goods
are reserved. Proceeds will bo
applied tt liquidate creditors'
JOHN E. LEWIS,
Manager for Creditors.
IS A I FOREVER
A BUSSING TO MOTHERS.
A Suit, Extra Pants and Cap
to match, made o! Strictly
ALL WOOL material; war
ranted not to rip; double scat
and double kneas In both PAnts;
suitable for dross or school
Duplicate this in this city and
the Outfit is yours gratis.