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THE SCBAKTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 6, 1894.
Norton's New Store
115 Wyoming Ave.
(Old Republican Building. )
Entire New Stock
received since the fire,
which destroyed all our stock
in the old store, Lacka. Ave,
in cloth and leather bindings,
single vols, and full sets,
suitable for wedding and
Choice Stationery for social
Mercantile Stationery, all
School Books and School
Blank Account Books,
all sizes and all styles,
from Penny Book to Bank
Bibles, Prayer and Hymn
All the Popular New Books,
in cloth and paper covers.
Can be curtd by simple treatments and the
truss thrown aside in a short time.
No detention f rom buslnesi .
A safe and radical cuie for every variety of
hernia, by a new method.
No charge for consultatl n and examlna-
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO.
203 WASHINGTON AVE.
And always have
V AMUFACTTJBED AND FOB BALB TO
THE TBADE BY
The Weston Mill Coi
EEW1RE OF COUNTERFEITS I
THE CENUINE POPDUB
HAVE THE IWITIA13
Ca B. & Co.,
Garner, Brown & Co. M1V1.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, ME and THROAT
406 Spruce Street.
Offles Honrs: j !
19 TO 11.1
9 Tii S
Tha Long Dltar.03 Telephones.
Following is a list of those who have
been recently connected on Metallio cir
cuits with Long Distance Telephones,
tneir numbers are given, although a new
list or subscribers will shortly be issued:
No. 28'JO Dr. Gardner, Residence.
" 8563 J. W. Pellio, ".
4473 R. Q. Brooks,
" jfctiSii Dr. Wentz, '
' 8213 E. G. Coursen. "
" 2204 P. 8. Page, Contractor of Electrio
" 4J42 Academy of Music.
11 9?i Broad Fruit Company, oysters.
" 73 H. Battin & Co., hardware and
" 6194 Jones Brothers, Grand Union Tea
: " 8073 W. E. Pmith & Co., general store.
oioa uity uiera.
" 963 Dime Deposit and Discount Bank.
" 2420 Anderson's Pay Station.
" 4944 P. F.& M. T. Howley, plumbers
ana gas niters.
" 2203 P. P. Smith, attorney-at-law.
' 6164 City Engineer.
11 8102 Reere & Long, bill posters
" 2424 L. V. K. R. Co., ticket and freight
" 1482 Armour & Co., dressed meats.
" 962 E. Berlowitz, stock broker,
" 4154 Nurse's Register.
" 4014 Ucranton Republican Club.
. " 8606 S. O. Akerley, meat market.
" 8104 W. P, Joyce, meat market.
" 8283 J. J. Gorman, plumber and
" 8762 J. H. Bradshaw & Co., oysters
" 2423 Highriter's Lanndry and Shirt
" 6812 Terrace Hotel.
11 4014 Republican headauarters.
" 6343 Rev. C. E. Robinson, residence.
" a. w. Kingsburv. resiaenoe.
" 872 Merchanta' and Mechanics' Bank.
Kiss Hard.nbirgh's Pianoforte SohooL
A thoroughly high-grade school for the
study of the pianoforte, harmony and all
branches of musical theory and interpre
A special tralnlns course for teachers:
also special training given children, 437
J. frank ol.g.l'. Aoad.my of Dancing.
Afternoon social for misses, masters aod
ladles Saturday, Oct. 6. Parents and their
friends cordially Invited. Evening class
for ladies and gentlemen Tuesday evening,
(Jet. y. nrst lesson ror beirlnn.ra.
I foe to Dyspepsia
Harveloas Exhibition of Bis Powers Hut He
EXHIBITION AT THE WYOMING
Medical and Newspaper Men Exam.
Ine the Layers of Muscles That
Coyer His Body Lifted a Two Hun
dred and Fifty Pound Man as if He
Had Been a Child -He is Assisted
by a Splendid Company.
Sandow save an exhibition of his
wonderful strength t the Frothing-
bam last night. There is little donbt
that he la the strongest man In the
world and he is moreover perfectly
and symmetrically developed.
Liaet night be nrst save an exmoi-
tion of the marvelous layers of muscles
with which his body is covered, and
then made the mnsoles of his arms
and logs dance, conelnding by
toying with a 3u0-pound dumbell,
turning somersaults with a CO-
EXHIBITING CHEST MUSCLES.
pound dumbell in each band and doing
tome remarkable work on the Roman
column. Hia closing feat wai the
holding of three hordes on a banrd
placed uoross hia chest.
THE OTHER PERFORMERS.
Sandow is assisted in th perform
ance by one of the best vaudeville com
panies ever seen in this city. Nothing
in the line of bleb kicking siien here
approaches tbe work of William Lnci
tor, and tbe aerial work of tbe Jordan
ftmily and Dunham on tba bars and
flying trapeze was remarkable.
Auiann. a clever Impersonator: Billy
Van, the wall-known blaok-face aou
eilian; Tom Browne, whistler, and
June Chantenae. were loudly applauded
for their fine work. It is not often
that snob a eollectlon of vandeviile
artists are fonnd together. The com
pany will appear at tbs Aoadeniy
again this afternoon anl evening.
SANDOW 8 PRIVATE EXHIBITION.
In bia parlor at the Wyoming daring
yesterday afternoon bnudow gave
private exhibition of hia wonderfully
developed pbysiqa before an andlence
composed principally of medical and
newBDaper men. lie had just returned
from a bicycle spin and alter a moment
in hia private apartment appeared be
fore bia critical audience with bis nppsr
body node and wearing knee bicycle
trousers and corded stockings.
He nrst showed tbe oontraetioa of
tbe principle muscles of tbe front and
back whiob were more than wonderful
and daring the remainder of the ex
hibition the bsantyof bis development
to tbe individual eye appeared In its
svmetry and nniformiry. Neither bis
arms nor legs are exceedingly large
but were perfectly rorrma. When not
contracted the muscles felt to the
toncb as smooth and pliable as the
elcin of a child, whieh condition, phyal
cal experts say, should appear la a
healthful body. .
does not resemble any other
strong man, but represents
rather tbe ordinary mun of good mor
ala. His neok, for instance, while not
abnormally large, showed the faint
tracings of small round mnsoles al
most unknown in the medical profes
sion. ALMOST A PERFECT MAN.
Tbe chart of Dr. Ssrgont, the noted
Boston physical critio, shows Sandow's
development to exoeed Dj per cent,
and none of the former's anthropome
tric machines were strong enough to
register the athlete's mnsoles. He is
27 years old. weighs iiUU pounds ana
has a chest expansion of loarteea in
ches. He began a system of exrolae
wnen eignieen years or age, ana is a
firm believer taat no man oaa be
nesitny witnont it. tie never has a
cold, and attributes tbs fact to the eold
shower batbs whidh always follow his
A praotioal example of Sandow's
great strength was shown daring the
private exhibition. He rested his
right band on tbe floor and Manager
Laine, of tbe Frothingbam, who
weighs 250 pounds, while standing
rigidly on tbe athlete's palm was lifted
with tbe one hand to tbe level of an
ordinary taois npon wmon air. juaine
was safely deposited. Tbe feat was
ihose present were Drs. B. H.
Throop, Dolan, Fisher and F. C, John-
sob, representing the Wilkes-Barre
Record ; E. R 8tnrges, W. R. Storrs,
Physical Director Weston, of tha
Young Mns Christian association; a.
a. Pratt, ot Wilkes-Barre; Arthur
Frothingbam and Mr. Laine. John E.
Barrett and James O'Connor, of the
iriun; uapiain maay and J. J. (Jamp
bell, of tbe Times; J. F. Mitobell, of
Sahdow has ascepted an Invitation
to be present at the Yonng Men'e
Christian association gymnasium boy s
oiass at it o cioeg mis morning.
Was A SICKLY YOUTH.
Sandow says that in bis youth he
was ratbsr delioate, and that he did
not begin to develop bis wonderful
strengtb nntll be wss eighteen years of
sgs. He now tskes little exeroise save
what he obtains in tbe stage exblbl
tions be gives. It is bis opinion thai
no man can be healthy who doss not
exercise, and he belisves that the work
of body building can bs undertaken an
to toe time a parson, it sat yeara or
Last night after his exhibition he
plunpod into a eold bath, In which he
remained for half an hoar.
THE ORIENT TRANSPLANTED.
An Enterprising; Hotel Froprlttor Gives
Els OoHti a Taat of Eastern Luxury.
A new idea in the wav of hotel lnxurv
has just fceen introduced by E. N. An able,
of the Westminster, Sixteenth street and
Irving place, New York. It consists of a
beautiful little smoking room furnished in
true oriental fashion, to which the guests
ot both sexes repair to sip their after din
ner coffee or liquors, thus permitting the
inveterate smoker to enjoy the company
of his fair companion while indulging in a
posi-pranuiai cigar or cigarette. About
this inviting little salon there hovers nil
the languorous charm of the Orient. The
sensuous enjoyment ot the hour, the per-
inme or tne cigar, the aroma of the coffee,
are increased by the subdued bsrmonv
and richness of the surroundings. The
room is softly lighted by tiny electric
globes, whose red silk shades suffuse it
with a warm, roseate glow which blends
harmoniously with the rich Turkish drap
eries and exquisite colorings ot the soft
cushioned divans and luxusious armchairs.
Low tables carved in Egyptian pattern are
scattered about, holding match boxes and
ash trays of polished brass. At the far
ther end of the room Bmall standards sup
porting candles, whose soft light shim
mers through scarlet Bilk shades, are half
hidden among pain trees, giviug a grace
ful finish to the artistic whole.
ine innovation bun met with the en.
thusiastlo approval of the gnests of the
Westminster. Every evenine the apart
ment is toe garnering place or all wno are
socially inclined, and the scene presented
are ray and charming to a degree, and
unlike anything found in any other hotel
in New York.
SHOOTING OFF THE TIES.
Those Who Woo Frizn at Clan Clubs
At the base ball park yesterday the ties
in tne great . pigeon sweepstage matcn
shot last week were decided as the first
number on tbe programme in yesterday's
vents under the auspices ol tbe Ureen
Ridge Gun clnb. For fourth prize there
were nve ties ana it wm won oy Joiin
Hughes; for fifth prize there were six
ties and it was won by Will Anuaman;
the Bixtn prize, two ties, was won by
John Coyne, and the eighth, two ties, was
won Dy uuaries uaroner.
The shooting off of ties began at 10 a.m.
aud was ended at noon. Then the first
sweepstake match was started, for which
four prizes were offered 110. 130. 120 and
$10. The following shots were entered
H. D. Swartz, F. M. Spencer, T. J.
Eley. George H. Maddox. Richard Grimes,
W. G. Fry. Sim Davis. Dr. J. W. Honser.
A. C Monies. Robert Wallace, Robert
Clayton, John Hughes, Charles Gardner
aud William Davenport. Seven birds
nbiniKUb nuiv buuu nu ninety nuu on.i,a,
dim Davis, Hughes and Gardner killed
Thev divided the first prize among them.
The second prize was won by r. Al. spen
cer, who shot 5 out of 7. The third was di
vided among T. l. Eley, A. C atonies una
Robert Clayton. The fourth was divioed
between William Davenport and W. G.
Fry. At this point tbe match between
ex-Sheriff Charles Robinson and Alex,
Dunn, jr., was called np, bnt Mr. Robin
son did not respond and the match was
awaraea to mr, uann tnroogn aeiauit.
Tbe terms or tbe match were sau a siae,
each man to shoot at twenty-nve pigeons,
Tne match becween C. l. Aladaox ana
C. C. Stackhonse was won bv the former,
The final event of the day was another
sweepstake, in which tbe following were
entered: H. D. Bwarts, E. Glover, Sim
Davis. R. Grimes. G. Maddox. Walter Jer
mvn. A. C. Monies, W. G. Fry, J. W.
Honser. a. Klauminzer. mem Marsn, ir.
It was for a purse ot 141.25. divided in the
following percentages: One-half, 3-10
and 1-5. Tbe first prize was divided
among H. D. Swarts. Sim Davis and G.
Maddox; the second between Walter
Jermyn and Clem Marsh, Jr., and the
third was won by A. C. Monies.
SOUTHARD SOLO THE HORSE.
He Will Have to Explain at Court Why
He Did So.
George A. Southard, until recently in
tbe employ of the binger Machine Manu
facturing company, was arrested and
brought before Alderman Wright yester
day upon a charge or larceny by bailee.
bombard, when in tbe employ ol tne
company, leased a hone, and when he went
to work for another firm kept the horse
and sold it.
No defense was entered, and the alder
man held the accused in tbe sum of 200
to appear at court, D. R. Thomas, of North
tiromiey avenue, becoming nis bondsman.
NEWSPAPER MEN'S IDLE HOUR.
They Dined with Proprietor Brook to an
Representatives of the press of the city
enjoyed the hospitality ot Proprietor
T. Hurst Brock, of the Windsor hotel, yes
terday afternoon, the occasion being an
orchestral concert of twenty-five selections
from tbe masters played by a musical ma
chine, which sounds the notes of a full
The music and good cheer of Mr. Brock's
were or the first quality and were keenly
enjoyed. City Editor James J O'Connor.of
the Truth, thanked Mr. Brock on the part
of the newspaper men, and Mr. Brock re
sponded in a neat speech. Editor A. N.
Leete, of the flews, also spoke pleasantly.
Women In Bustn.as.
That a woman can't run a business suc
cessfully Is one of the mistakes of tbe mid
dle ages. We strolled into the dental
rooms of the late J. a Walden on Sprnoe
street and found business rushing. Mrs.
Airs, wamen Is ably assisted by one of
New York's best dentists, a gold medal
young doctor, whose bridge work and con
necting of irregular teeth la receiving
J. Frank Sleg.l's Aoadsmy of Danolng.
Afternoon social for misses, masters and
ladies Saturday, Oct. A. Parents and their
friends cordially invited. Evening class
for ladies and gentlemen Tuesday evening,
uct. v, nrst lesson lor beginners.
of New York city, will be In his Scranton
ofilce, 441 Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day from 8 in tbe morning until 9 in the
Buy the W.ber
and get the best At Guernsey Bros.
Gintlemen's Driving clnb races Satnr-
nay, x o'clock- p. m.
more rnisburv Flonr sold than anv
other brand made in the United States.
Saturday and Monday
Of Ladies' Trimmed Hats. All
new and late stvlea made and
trimmed within the last week.
n m . - .
see winuow display ana our as
sortment in show room.
9k LaNCFELD, Succeeaaa
324 Lackawanna Ave..
Evangelist Schlverea Telh Bow God Knocks
at the Human Heart.
HIS GREAT CONDESCENSION
Speaker Asks Why We Should Flee
from God Who is Our Best Friend.
His Patience Far Exceeds that of
Finite Beings Man Is Stubborn,
Self-Willed and Sinful, and Does
The Sohl versa missions were attended
by large crowds yesterday, despite the
inslement weather. In the afternoon
Mr. Sehiverea delivered a Bible read
ing which waa attentively followed.
In the evening be preached with bis
usual eloqaenoe on tbe words: "Be
hold, I stand at the door and knoek,
Let ns tonight consider the attitude of
God toward man and tbe attitude of man
toward God. Note the condescension of
God;thiuk but for one moment who is
knocking at your heart touigbt. Can
yon, my friends, realize that it is tbt great
God, the great "I."He tonight is knocking at
the heart of tbe oreatnre this momeut
begging, yea, a begger. to come in. What
condescension. And yet this is the power
that yon have refused to obey and have
insulted; this is the God who holds your
lives in his band. Is it not the height of
insanity to rebel against him. If you re
bel against him you are like the girl ren
dered insane by novel reading and who
rnshed from her mother in her insanity to
tbe arms ol those who constantly Ill-used
Why should yon flee from God. your best
friend, into the arms of the ruuiseller.
yonr worst enemy. Again tbe Savior is
loaded with blessings. He doesn't come
to damn ns, but comes as our friend loaded
with bis good things for our salvation. In
the next place note that be says "I stand."
bee how bumble, standing at every heart
long enough to know that he is there.
HOW EARNEST OOP IS.
Then again, 'see his patience, not like
human patience, which vanishes so quickly,
now earnest, also, is Uoa to man. w bat
brings all this crowd together night after
nightf Not curiosity: that has worn off.
Something must attract yon in face of the
lays, theaters, ana otner amusements,
t is the voice of God speaking to the peo
ple. God speaks to tbe people through tbe
conscience. i3od Is willing also to forgive.
I don't believe in gradual salvation, it 1b
instantaneous; It only requires two seconds,
if yon will yield yourself to God.
out man s attitude to uoa is amerent.
Man U stnbborn. self-willed, and Binfui
I beg of yon. bear God knocking at your
nearts tonignt,you nave Kept mm too long,
Let the Master in now I
Mr. Weiden then sung "Knocking,
Knocking," in a pleading style, and at
the same time Mr. Sehiverea urged
those who were yet unsaved and who
felt concerned as to their souls to stand
up. Many did so, and afterwards Mr.
Werden sang "Almost Persuaded,
while many others stood up. A con
siderable number were "preached and
sang into oonversioa
SCHFVBREA MISSION NOTES.
Yesterday's "Scheverea's foreign mission
work collection" amounted to over sou,
Millionaires and very poorly clad men
figured in the service yesterday afternoon.
Church members are urged not to at
tend tomorrow's meetings, as all the tent
is required lor "the masses.
Professor Weston has an excellent
photograph, taken at the Dickson meeting.
The ushers have eoples to dispose.
Evangelist Sehiverea takes a course of
exercise at the Yonng Men's Christian As
sociation gymnasium eaoh morning.
Arrangements are being made to hold
noon meetings at tbe Academy of Music on
Monday, Tuesday ana Wednesday.
Sehiverea say that be "is not gone" on
photographs and regrets that be eannot
supply the demand for a picture of what
he terms his "physlog."
Mrs. B. F. Jsyne has rendered much
valuable assistance at ths gospel tent in
relisviug Mr. Weeden from tbe great
strain upon him during the past few days.
Today's services will be principally mo
nopolized by the farewell address to men
at the tent at 7.30 p. m. Tomorrow at 3. 80
a meeting will be held at which those who
have become converts will take part. An
'inquiry meeting" will be held duriug the
CREATING NEW CITIZENS.
Court Waa K.pt Busy at the Task Y.s-
Tbe court house corridors, conrt rooms
and offices of the clerk of courts, prothon
otary and sheriff, were beseiged yesterday
witn prospective citizens and their wit
Judge Gunster devoted the greater part
ot the day to bold naturalization court in
the main conrt room, but was unable to
dispose of all of the applications during
tne regular court Hours ana a special ses
sion was bold last night.
The greater part of applicants for honors
as citizens are Polanders, Hungarians and
Italians. Within tbe last three weeks
naturalization papers hart been granted
to more than 1.000 men.
BAPTISTS WILL CELEBRATE.
To Commemorate Two Annlv.raarl.s is
th. Fenn Avenue Church.
On October 10 and 17 the Baptists of
Scranton and vicinity will celebrate the
one hundredth anniversary ot their denom
lnatlop in borauton, and tbe centennial of
tbe beginning of Baptist history will be
appropriately observed on this occasion.
Among tbe visiting clergymen will be
Rev. George L. Lorim.r, 1). D., of Boston,
rxev. i,awara juuson, u. u., ot new
York city: and Rev. W. P. Hellings. D. D..
df Omaha, who waa formerly paatorof the
renn avonne cnurcn.
At tbe same time the Penn Avenne
cbnrch will celebrate tbe tbirty-flftb an
nivenary of the organization of their
church, which was originally started in
Real Enamel 7 cents
Silver Oxidized, o. ,,..S cents
Belt Pins 7o.nts
The 26c. kind.
Rexford Jewelry Co.
Blank and Miscellaneous
Books, Photograph and Scrap
Albums, Teacher and Family
Bibles, Pictures for Wedding
Gifts, Qold Pens, Fine Sta
tionery and Writing Tablets.
PRATT STATIONERY STORE
319 LAOKA, AVE.
the house of Nathaniel Halataad, with
twenty-five charter membere. The
church baa now over 800 membere. and
they will observe this jubilee with grrat
enthusiasm. Both anniversaries will be
held iu the Peun Avenue Baptist eburoh
of this city.
VERDICT IN THE PHELPS CASE.
Jury Awards tha Land Utentiontd in the
Writ to Plaintiff.
The case of Isaac E. LaBar against the
Greenwood coal company was given to
the jury yesterday morning. At 8 o'clock
it filed into cour( and asked to havo tbe
testimony concerning tbe lease read. It
returned again and at 6.80 agreed upon a
verdict and sealed it.
The jury in tbe case of C. M. Putnam
against J. A. Barron retired to deliberate
at 8.45 yesterday afternoon and agreed
on its verdict an hour later. It will, be
brought into court this morning.
in the case or Martha a. rbeips against
Cornelius Ruddy the jury returned a ver
dict for the plaintiff for the land named in
FUNERAL OF HATTIE MURPHY.
Btqulsm Hast Oolebratsd at St. Peter's
Cathedral by Bv. J. A. O'Reilly.
A large number of friends of tba late
Miss Hat tie Murphy attended the funeral
of that much beloved yonng lady yester
day morning from St. Peter's cathedral,
wbere the remains were taken from tne
family home on Webster avenue.
A high mass or rcaulem was celebrated
by Rev. J. A. O'Reilly, who also preached
sermon from the twenty-third peaim.
He toucbingly referred to the model life
and angeile disposition of tbe deceased,
Tbe burial was made in the Hyde Park
Catholic cemetery, Tbe pall-bearers ware
James McDonald, Thomas Potter, James
Clifford, John Moore, Terrenes McCann
and Manrice Noon.
V. M. C A. NOTES.
This evening at 8 o'clock tbe Beginners'
Bible Study club will meat in tbe lecture
room. All who have recently become
Christians are urged to become members of
this club, which will meet every Saturday
On Sunday afternoon at 8.45 the men's
service will be a praise service and will be
devoted to songs and testimonials. All
Christians, especially young Christians,
will find this meeting very helpful, while
men of every creed are invited to be
Bneklen's Arnloa Salve.
The beet salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bbsnm, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coma and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively oures Piles, or no pay required. It
It guaranteea to give periect sansiaotion
or monev refunded. Pr;
rice 86 ceaU per
box. For sale by Matthew Bros.
WEICHEL k MILLAR
n6 Wyoming Ave.
And every shoe
in the house is
We can fit
your, feet and
tickle your purse
to the opening point
YOTJK SHOE MAN
410 Spruce Street
Of what looks well on a man than men
are. They have studied harmony In
color and style, and know what will
suit yon. Briug your wife, your sister
or some one else's sister, and let her
look over those dellghtfnl new things
In Neckwear. All grades. She will be
pleased and so will you.
Prices alike at both stores 412 Spruce
and 206 Lackawanna avenue.
Christian, The Hatter.
Martin & Delaxiy
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 Lacka. Ave.
Will offer 4 Great Bargains for the
I 50 dozen Men's Natural
regular price, 30c, for
a 1 case Men's Natural
regular price, 75c, for
a 50 dozen Children's Ribbed Underwear, in
all sizes, worth 18c,
1 case Corsets, in three
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
j Cloak and Millinery Dept. i
"On the Fence"
Soon be over the season for riding. II
you want a Biojrcls now is the time to get
it. We are clearing op all stock, and will
give yon such a obance as yoa never bad
Before. One ot our bargains:
A Flr.t class. Hlah Grade 1150 Bioycli
Brine your cash and (JET OFF THE
CLARENCE M. FLORE Y
Successor to Florey ftfiolL
ELF PRESERVATION is the first law of Nature
Obey Nature's law by
onable Underwear. Also protect your pocketbook by buy-,
ing it here. We buy direct from the mills and sell direct
to the consumer, thereby saving you two profits.
Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, ribbed
tail, drawers reinforced throughout; a gar
ment reinforced throughout. OUR PRICE, 50c,
Men's Fancy Mixed Shirts and Drawers, silk
sewed seams, would be cheap at $1.
OUR PRICE, 75c.
A lot of Fine Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers,
bought a little under the price. They are
' supposed to retail at $1.50. YOUR CHOICE AT $1
Genuine Australian Lambs' Wool Shirt3 and
Drawers, the very best value ever sold. AT $1. 50
See Tbese Goods.
ffll GLOTHIE k Ml HOUSE
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE.
Complete Outfitters. S. L. GAtlEN
CLOSE UVEXINGS AT 0.80 O'CLOCK.
LARGE LINE OB
j Also, a first- class
stock of Imported
Suitings and Trous
Wool One-half Hose, I
... 19c g
for . . . 12a up S
colors, regular 75c.
OP N0VELTIE3 IN OUR
By DR. SHLUBEEG,
Tbe Specialist en tbe Ere. Headaches and Ner.
vonsntta relieved. Latest and Improved Style ot
Eyeglasses and Spectacles at the Lowa.fr Prices,
Best Artificial yes inserted for 15.
803 8FRCCK ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We are now doing a general Drug, Paint anil
Oil business at the above location, during thl
erection of our store building reoently de
stroyed by fire.
In EYery Departmsnt.
OUR TELEPHONE CALL, NO. 833, All
orders promptly filled and delivered to any
part of the city.
133 Franklin Av.
protecting yourself with Seas
Compare These Prices.