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THE SCKANTOX T1UIJUNE TUESDAY MOUXIX(i, DECEMIiElt IS, 1ST).
122 N. MAIN AVENUE, SCRANTON, PA.
303 WAIN STREET, TAYLOR, PA.
4 lis. Dales.
We have a large assortment of Can
dies at prices that will please yon.
Is the Place to Purchase
We have them in Etchings,
Engravings, Water Colors,
Prints, Photographs in all
Prices from 25c. to 5 100.
For framing Pictures.
They have the largest and
most complete stock ever
shown in Scranton.
For Oil, Water or China
Paintings in boxes or in
218 WYOMING AVENUE.
Don't take your eye off the
main chance !
Don't miss the opportuni
ty of your life !
We oiler our beautiful stock of
At prices that will make tliem
jump. Now is the time and thin
lathe place to buy the newest and
Suitable and appropriate Gifts
for all tlio People. Tho latent
designs and nicest Goods in great
Good and appropriate presents,
just what everybody wants, and
At Prices You Can All Afford!
We will do Better by you in
Quality and Price than any one
STEWART'S ART STORE
If you are asking yourself where
you can buy BEST aud CHEAP
EST this season, you can get your
answer by calling on
Corner Penn Avenue -
and Spruce Street.
GN OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
Passing Events of the. Day on the
West Side of the'City Noted.
LAST 01 UNIVERSITY LECTURES
Delivered by Colonel Spraguc on Oliver
(ioIdsmiih-Deutli of John T. Seunlon
1'iank Uriinisky Arrested for Wife
A larpe number attentieil tho sixth
and hiKt lecture of the University Kx
teiisl'in course, niven in the Welsh Cal
vanlxtlc chinch, last evening, by Col
onel Homer I. SpraRUP. Ph. I). The
subject was a continuation on the life
and character of "Oliver Goldsmith."
Taking up the thread from the previ
ous lecture, Dr. Sprague said: "The
seven stages of young (ioldajnlth's life
were: Childhood, preparation for col
lege, college education, professional
study, vagabondism, light against
starvation, and his period of author
ship. Ills four springs of actions were:
Unthinking benevolence, love of wis
dom, unwoi'ldliness, and passion for
John T. Scanlon Head.
John T. Scanlon, a well known young
man, died nt the hotel of .1. .1. Clottings
about 10 o'clock yesterday morning,
after a few days' illness, lie was a son
of the late Martin Scanlon, of Lnfa
yette street. Mr. Scanlon was about 21
years of age, and was widely known.
He was connected with St. Patrick's
church. Ills step-mother resides on
Lafayette street. Recently John went
to work for Mr. nettings and became
too ill to be removed. Death resulted
from heart disease. The funeral will
take place tomorrow morning. A sol
emn high mass of requiem will be cele
brated in St. Patrick's church, lnter
ninnt In the Hyde Park Catholic ceme
tery. Wife lieater Arrested.
Frank Drynlsky, of Jackson street,
was arrested last evening by Ollicer
Markee at his home. A young son of
Prunisky's came to the station house
and told the ofllcer that his father was
drunk and beating his mother. Oflicer
ICvans went to the home, where he
found Drunlsky very abusive and his
wife sulTerlng from kick's and blows.
Thle wife beater was escorted to the
station house nnd will have a hearing
Hrlef Notes of Interest.
fieorge AVatklns, of Washburn street,
Is ill with pneumonia.
Miss Amy lluber, of Danville, Is the
guest of friends on Lafayette street.
Daniel Moses, of South Main avenue,
is a candidate for alderman In the Fif
Louis II. Howell, of Washburn street,
has returned from a visit with friends
Special exercises will be held In the
Welsh Calvanlstlc Methodist church on
Mrs. II. F. Reese and children, of
Washburn street, left yesterday to
spend the holidays with her parents at
George Jones, of South Sumner ave
nue, has returned from Milwaukee,
Wis., where he Intended to reside. He
will remain here.
The members of the Scranton Street
Raptlst Sunday school are requested to
meet in the church on Thursday even
ing to rehearse Christmas carols.
Tho funeral of the late Daniel James,
of Lafayette street and Everett avenue,
will occur this afternoon. Interment
will be made In the M'ashburn Street
The funeral of James Hart, who died
at the Hillside Home, will occur tomor
row afternoon from the home of his
father, Hugh Hart, on Sherman ave
nue. Interment will be made In the
Hyde Park Catholic cemtery.
Staff Captain "Walsh, of Xew York
city, will be at the Salvation Army bar
racks this evening. Captain Walsh Is a
reformed minstrel. He will entertain
the audience with banjo selections and
have entire charge of the meeting.
The funeral of Miss Annie Hammett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Ham
mett, of North Rebecca avenue, oc
curred yesterday afternoon at .1 o'clock.
Rev. D. C. Hughes, pastor of the Juck
osn Street Haptlst church, officiated.
Interment was made In the Washburn
The Sunday school of the Plymouth
Congregational church has elected the
following officers for the ensuing term:
Superintendent, A. 13. Eynon; assistant
superintendent, Ellas K. Evans; secre
tary, "William Harris; assistant secre
tary. Everett Davles; treasurer, Miss
Grace Evans; chorister. David Owens;
organist, Miss Winnie Stephens; assist
ant organist, Miss Annie Williams; ex
ecutive committee, Miss Lizzie A.
Evans, Mrs. W. J. Morgan and Charles
Wc.st Side Business Directory.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, $1.40
per dozen. They are lust lovely. Jon
vlnco yourself by culling ut Starner',1
Photo Parlors, 101 and lu3 South Main
HOHSKSIIOICINO N. Bush, prartlral
horseshoer. Work done only In a first
class manner and guaranteed satisfac
tory. Shop, Tiice street, close to North
GROCERIES Revere Standard Java
Coffee Is unexcelled. The leading coff.-e
of the day. For sale only at K. W. Ma
son & uo. i-ine uroeertes, uu bouw
SRCOND HAND FURNITURE - Cash
for anything you have to sell. Furni
ture, Stoves, Tools, etc. Cull and see
tho stock of J. C. King, 1021 and 10:6
WALL PAPER-GO to Fred Reynolds.
2H North Main avenue, and see his
complete line of Wall Paper, Paints
and Winnow shades, just opened with
PLUMBING-Wllllam . D. Griffiths. 11.1
North Main avenue, does first-class
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Gas Fitting.
Satisfaction Is strictly guaranteed.
OYSTERS R. E. Davis' market house.
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Fruits.
Oysters served in every style. 310 North
Main avenue, next to Clarke's.
Fine assortment of calendars, 1895.
PRATT'S BOOK STORE.
Music lloxcs Exclusively.
Best made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Gautschl & Sons, manufacturers,
1030 Ctiostnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestral organs, only 5 nnd J10.
Spoclalty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and Improved with new tunes.
Rare Collection of Books in Holiday
FRATT'8 BOOK STORE.
What would make a more appropriate
Xmas present than a choice Etching. En
graving or Water Color' Stewart, In the
V. M. C. A. building has a large display
of Hne pictures at the lowest prices.
Beautiful Juvenile Books.
PRATT'S BOOK STORE.
liny the Weber
and get tho best. At Guernsey Bros
Picture Framing at Griffin's new studio,
20!) Wyoming avenue. . .
Rocking Horses and Shoofiles of all
Slues and Styles.
PRATT'S BOOK STORE.,
LURED FROM HOME.
Sud Tale itcluted by .May Campbell, of
Wilkcs-Barrc, In Police Court.'.
May Campbell, was arrested on Oak
ford court on Sunday night tn a drunk
en condition by Officer Bloch, and If the
story she told at the police court has
any semblance of truth, another black
deed must be added to the record of
Clara WelcheL the Center street dive-
keeper, whose unsavory reputation Is
already well known In 'the city.
May Campbell alleges that Miss
Welchel brought her from Wllkes-
Harre Saturday night to take her to -i
friend who wanted a good servant and,
was prepared to pay good wages.
She arrived at Clara's den at 2 o'clock
on Sunday morning and soon discov
ered the character of the place and
made her escape. Every effort was
made to dotain her in the house of ill
fume, but the girl fruMlrated their ef
forts and wandered about until Sunday
night when she went to a saloon on
Penn avenue for lunch and was
drugged by some men. She was arrest
ed and could not recollect anything
when she recovered at the police sta
tion. Mrs. Duggan took Miss Camp
bell to the Home of 'the Good Shepherd
yesterday afternoon and is convinced
that the girl has been the object of a
cruel scheme to launch her Into a life of
SHERIFF TAKES CHARGE.
Shocnuni J. it. Cohen becomes Finan
"The Famous" shoe store at 326
Lackawanna avenue was closed by
Sheriff Fancy last evening on execu
tions Issued on the following judgments:
Joseph Levy $ I.OIH) (10
Joseph Levy 1,000 00
Joseph Levy 1.l 00
Joseph Levy 1.000 00
Goldsmith Bros ."IS 04
Goldsmith Bros l.fim) 00
Goldsmith Bros 2,000 00
Goldsmith Bros ,tW 00
Isabella Cohen 5.000 Co
Coleman Cohen 2,700 CO
M. Brown 1,000 00
E. C. .Mortis 2,.V 00
Total S2J.24S 01
Sheriff Fahey will sell the stock next
NORTH EM) NOTES.
Mrs. Owen Cox, of Wayne avenue, Is
The Traction company is putting In
a switch on Main avenue, near Throop
Dr. Sullivan, of Wayne avenue, ex
pects to leave this morning for Haiti
more and Philadelphia.
The choir of the Welsh Baptist
church has began to rehearse the can
tata, "Daniel In the Lion's Den."
The Crystal Literary club is rehears
ing "The Woven Web," which they ex
pect ito produce Christmas night in
Company H armory.
The choir of the Christian church are
rehearsing the cantata, "liynta Claus
on Time," which will be given Christ
mas eve, In the church.
The North End Crescent foot ball
club go to Olyphant Saturday after
noon to play with the Adonis club, of
that place, on their own grounds. The
Crescents are In line condition and ex
pect to play a good game.
Thursday will be donation day with
the Green Ridge Presbyterian chutch.
it is the custom of the church that In
place of giving the scholars Christmas,
scholars and teachers bring an offering
to the church some time before Christ
mas, which are distributed to the
The fuficrnl of Miss Bridget Casey, of
Mary street, who was killed on the
railroad hist Friday, was held yester
dny morning. A requiem mass was
celebrated in Holy Rosary church at
10 o'clock. The coroner's jury viewed
the remains and adjourned until to
night to hear the testimony of the fire
man and engineer of the train that
killed Miss Casey.
Michael Munley Is visiting his parents
John Jenkins was a visitor at Taylor
Mrs. Brelgcl, of North park, Is visit
ing In Philadelphia.
The Spencer Coal company paid their
Harvey Jones Is very sick of typhoid
fever at his home on Brook sjreet.
1). J. Smith Is suffering from an attack
of grip at his home on Cherry street.
Miss Emily Flynn leaves today for New
York to spend several weeks with rela
tives. Martin McLane, an aged resident of this
town, living on Chestnut street, died yes
Peter Conrov Is the happiest man In
town. A young daughter has arrived at
his home on Blakely street.
Gipsy Grove and No. 1 breaker of the
Pennsylvania Coal company are working
this week. Bunker lllll und No. 5 are
Albert Wagner Is grading his yard and
making improvements on his property,
corner of Green Ridge and .I'.lakely
The following are the officers of the
Presbyterian Sunday school: Superin
tendent, G. W. B. Allen; assistant superin
tendent, 11. A. Maiee; secretary and
treasurer, 8. B. Buckley; assistant sec
retary and treasurer, M. L. Speck; lady
superintendent, Mrs. Close; librarian, A.
C. Smith; assistants, Harry Smith nnd
L. L Snyder; superintendent primary de
partment, Mrs. H. A. Malce; assistants.
Mrs. Curdy and Mrs. Ripley and Miss
An Indian Princess In Town.
During the week In Mears & Hagen's
window can be seen Moraklni, an Indian
Princess, and her little girl making bas
kets. She belongs to the Mlamls, once a
powerful tribe inhabiting the country
west of Pennsylvania, now living In the
Indian Territory, having been removed
there by the government. Customers can
order any kind of a basket and have It
made while they wait. Hampers, square
or round, Paper, Bon-Ron, Glove Holder,
Work Baskets, etc., made by the Indians,
and Bold at remarkably low prices.
Tho Only Manufactory
518 Lackawanna Ave.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS it
In addition to our ready-made atm-k.
our SPECIAL ORBKK depa tment
cannot fall ti intiireat vou. Nj such
variety of CHOICE HANDLK8 AND
FABRICi wa ever befori shown in
.1.1. U W.. .Il.ll 1 ... I
bills viij, " " ' w Kinu lu IIKVU r
you cab. whether yon purchase or not. t
Repairing, ite-coveriug equal to new.
SILK LAMP SHADES
All our own make nlisolufeV ntie
m.aM for STYLE, QUALITY and
NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE
Very. Tine Concert of South Sitle
Choral Union at HiilHps' Hull.
TWO 'SMALL CHILDKEX .LOST
Their .Mother Was I'nable to Kind Tlicin
After Scurching All of Yesterday -Operation
on Michael Duvitt-I'u-ncrnl
of rdunrd Stclndcll-
Phillips' hall was crowded last night
nnd not one who was present went
away dissatisfied. Tho concert of tlio
South Side Choral union was the at
traction and a very fine programme j
was produced. The first number was
a quartette by Miss Lizzie Franz, F. K.
Bennett, James Farrer and J. W. Herg
hnuser. May Jordan sang a solo and D.
C. Richards a duet. Then a solo by
Edwin Howen, u duet by Misses Eva
Harvey-nnd Delia Moore, a solo by D.
Jordan, a recitation by Miss Annie Phil
lips and a selection by the Columbus
quartette ended the first part.
A selection by the Haydn Hanjo and
Glee club opened part second. Miss
Maggie Williams sang a solo, a duet
by Dan and Maggfe Jordan and a banjo
solo by Professor Mangan were the
next nttmbirs. D. M. Davis sang a
solo, a duet by Messrs. Williams and
Richards, a solo by Miss Maggie Jor
dan, a trio by Messrs. Williams, Davis
and Richards, preceded the closing
number, which was the Gloria from
Mozart's Tweirih mass by the entire
choral union. Tills is the piece for
which they will compete In the Taylor
eisteddofd on Christmas day.
little Children Lost.
Passengers on Conductor Rreen's car
yesterday about noon were not a little
excited by the story of a woman who
gave her name as Mrs. Judge and she
said that two of her little children had
disappeared from their home and she
was unable to find them. . Some one
told her that the youngsters were seen
rambling in the direction of Minooka
and she went up there and inquired
among the lesldents. No one was able
to give her. any information and she
returned home almost broken hearted.
She did not seem to be known by any
body, although she said she lives on
l'.rook street. The police were notified
und they have endeavored to find the
wanderers. Both are little boys, one
aged 7 years and the other aged 5. They
were thinly chid nnd wore the ordinary
garments of children of their age.
A ('use of Appendicitis.
Three doctors operated surgically
yesterday afternoon on Michael Davltt,
of Pear street, und they report that his
health will begin rapidly to recuperate.
Davilt was suffering from appendi
citis and has been troubled with it
since summer. Dr. Manly was sent for
and he told Davltt that he would have
to undergo an operation, as he was
sulTerlng from appendicitis. He brought
with him Drs. Hons and Walsh and to
gether they performed the operation.
Joseph McDermott, of Forest City,
spent yesterday with friends on this
Miss Bridget Manley, of Archbald, Is
visiting Miss Margaret Roche, of
Miss Niille Hreen, of Jermyn. is
spending a few days with Miss Kate
Reardon, of Crown avenue.
The Cedar Avenue Methodist Fpl.sco
pal church choir is rehearsing a special
programme of Christmas mucls.
The second complimentary social of
the Star Social club will be held nt
del-mania hall on Christmas eve.
The funeral of James Connolly, of
Minooka, will la- held this afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment will be made in
Minooka Catholic cemetery.
The funeral of Edward Stelndell, of
172S Cedar avenue, will take place this
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will
be made In Forest Hill cemetery.
Miss Florence Tomklnson, secretary
of the Young Women's Christian asso
ciation, Intends to have the New Yenr's
Day exercises at th rooms this time
surpass anything held heretofore. .
TUB WAY to reach catarrh Is through
the blood. Hood's Sarsaparllla, by puri
fying tho blood, removes the cause of the
disease and permanently cures catarrh.
Take only Hood's.
HOOD'S PILLS act easily, yet promptly
and effectively, on the liver and bowls.
VThen TJaby wm sick, we gave her Castor!,
Whoa she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Wlicn she became Mies, alio clung to Custoria,
Vfceu kho had Children, ulio gave thuu Cuaturla
CLASS 528 Spruce St,
DKITRR DtlOE CO.. Ino'p. CpHn1, l,000,(M.
11EST 1.(10 SHOU IN THE WOULD.
"A dollar tavtd ii a dollar tarntd." i
ThUTdlri' Solid I 'roncU Ion(ola Kid Bat.
ton Boot dellnrcd frm anywhore In the U.S., on
or roiiai nou ior ai.ou.
Kqtuli every way tha boo la
old In nil null alorea for
J.60. Wa make thla boot
ounalrea, thareforo wa guar
antit thojtf, ttvli and wrar,
and If any oim la Dot aallafled
wo win rtrnna tna money
loo or common Benae,
wiaina v, i. a, a Bit.
altaa 1 to S ana bait
u n iron.
Dbcier Shoe. CisygSBUfc
I ?tl i'MX ti I' - TV
ax k. d fiict k, i w w
DR. E. GREWER,
The Philadelphia Specialist, und his asso
ciated stall of English und Oermun
physicians, are now permanently
Old Postoffice Building, Corner Penn
Avenue and Spruce Street.
The doctor Is a graUuau of the L'nlver
slty of Pennsylvania, formerly demon
strator of physiology ami surgery at the
Medico-Chlrurgietil college of Philadel
phia. His specialties are Chronic, Ner
vous, Skin, Heart, Womb and lilood dis
eases. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dlzzlness.la'it
of confidence, sexual weakness In men
ami women, bull rising in throat, spots
flouting before the eyes, loss of memory,
unablo to concentrate the mind on one
subject, easily startled when suddenly
spoken to, and dull distressed mind, which
unfits them for performing tho actual du
ties of life, making happiness Impossible,
distressing the action of tho heart, cans
lag flush of heat, depression of splrltH.ovll
forebodings, cowardice, tear, dreams, mel
ancholy, tire easy of company, feeling as
tired In the morning as when retiring,
lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought.deprosslon, constipa
tion, weakness of tho limbs, etc. Those so
affected should consult us immediately
ard be restored to perfect health.
Lost Manhood Restored.
Weakness of Youii"; Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your phy
sician call upon the doctor and be exam
'"ed. Ho cures the worst cases of Ner
vous Debility. Seroftda. Old Sores, Ca
tarrh, Piles, Female Weakness, Affec
tions of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Cancers and
Cripples of every description.
Consultations free and strlctlv Kacred
ami conlldenl.-.. Office hours dally from
l a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, 9 to 2.
Enclose flvo 2-cent stamps for svmtpom
blanks and my book called "New Llfe"
I will pay one thousand dollars In p'old
to nnyone whom I cannot cure of FPI.
LEPT1C CONVULSIONS or FITS
DR. E. CRKWER
Old Post Ofllce liullding, corner Pcun
avenue and Spruce street
POULTRY ID CAME
OF ALL KIN
Maurice River Cove,
Blue Point and
Ail kiwis of Fresh Fish, Lobster,
Hard Crabs, Escallops and
I His v
Manufn turors of tlio Celobratel
100,000 Barrels per Annum
Kuropeun Plnn. First-class Hur at
tached. Depot for Hcrgner & Kngle'i
I. E. Cor. 15tb and Filbert Sts., Phila.
Most desirable for residents of N. 13,
Pennsylvania. All conveniences for
travelers to and from Broad Street
station and the Twollth und Market
Street station. Desirable for visiting
eeruntoiuans nnu people in tne An
T. J. VICTORY,
Trie uheat 30th lav.
prodncea tlio above reaulta In 30 doya. It a ti
powerfully aud nulcklr. Curra when all others fall
Young meu will 1-ovaln tbeir lost mauuood.and old
racu will recover their votitMul visor by utlni
Hi. V 1 1 u. It quickly and surely rcntorra nervoun
now. Lout Vitality. Inmolciicv. N'lalitly KrulwlonH
I.ot Power, Failing Mnuory, Wasting Diseases, anu
ail carets ot aoir-aliiuo or cicc.r aud llldiBcretlon
which uullta one for study, butlueas or marrlaci). It
uot only cures by starting at the tost of disease, but
io great nrrvutnnio aud blood builder, bring
let back tha pink clow to pale checks and re
storing tha (lie of youth. It wards off hwanttr
and Consumption. Insist on having HKVI Y(, no
oinor. It can be earned lu vest pocket. By mr.il
1,00 par packouo, or six, for SS.OO, with m post
tire written guarantee to cure or refunt'
the money. Circular free. Address
'0YAL MEDICINE CO.. 03 Rlvor St., CHICAGO, ILL
rot sal j Matthew! Broa Drvrcla'
Scrautou . Paw
Enaoaeio it tmi HisHttr Msaiaai Auntaamsa
M m-vl J .- -ID'S MINTHOI
t J(iJ 'H. lNHAt.a-n will oure you. il
Jfl 3wwondoriul boon to aufleren
VU Car AT froraColda. Bora Thr.ni.
irnniillaUrfHrf. An efficient
l-omnil. f,ni.0nltit ... n.m
In poret.niaflT to TJ on Brut Indication of did.
Contlnneil tiae KflTecta FfiraiKiieaa Cure.
Bntlifaotlon guaranteed or money rafundod. Prlea.
69 eta. Trial free nt Pruejl.n. Keulatxred nisll,
CO cent. LtC06KMlf klr.,UmlUri,jck,U.l.t
UEMTH0L T,8u,,urSft nd ifc,t remedy for
WUI1 1 nuL, n akin disease. Eciema.lteb.Halt
nneumnid Bore, Hums, Cut. Wondrnil rem
dy for PII.KS. Price. tS ots. nt Drug-n a I SI
Efts or by fnitll prepaid. Adrtrew asahoya. DftUBl
Fof lty Matthew. Brot.and John
nt rnip. - .
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TU I IDCHAV nCfC M DtrO Oft
Roturn Enscaifcment of tho Comic :
Words aud Muin ly Willard Spenser, au-
iuui yn iju L,uue lyooon.
Tlli IS tllft nrio-ittftl nnl ntilv nmnnv rri.
fntlfillL. tltix illt,. 14 n,wl II... a.m... u-l,t..h n ...
pearod in tnis city u liuntli ato.
WITH THEIR OWN ORCHESTRA.
PRICES -First Floor. HI..M. l 01- Rntcnnv.
31.00, T.ie.Hudc; Uallory, 2:.c.
nuie ut Beutsupens Tuesday, Dec. IS.
Monday. Tuesday und Wednesday,
Deo. 17, 18 and 19.
TUo Iiieomtinroljlo Terpsichorean Marvel
THE ARTISTE SUPREME
THE MARVELOUS DANCES,
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE CO.
Ilornnmo nlono should ha n aunr.inhui flint
til Ih will liu one nf the Uncut oiitertainineiita of
tills Reason. The furor created on lier lurmer
visit was u notnlile incident iu that tora.
The press was unit in pruuoaiicini; her abso
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS
Two performances dallyat2.30andS.ljp.m.
The Great Blood Purifier and
200 DAYS' TREATMENT, $1.00
And will Poitlvlv cure nil lisimo arisinc
from IMPURE BLOOD, &UCH AS
Rheumatism, Kidney Disorder,
Liver Complaint, Sick und Norv
ous Headache, Neuralgia, Dys
Persia, Fever uifd Ague, Serofti
la, Female Complaints, Erysipe
las, Nervous Affections, Catarrh,
and all Syphilitic Diseases.
12. M. IIETZEL, AGENT,
330 LBCKKWANNi AVENUE.
Call and Get Circulars.
MINING, OUSTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wnpwallopen .Mills, Lu
zurna county, rn., imu r.t Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
Gcncrul Agent for the Wyoming Dibtriet.
118 WYOMING AVE.. Scranton, Pa
Third National Bank Building.
Tnrs. FORI). littston. Pn.
JuHN B. SMITH & SON, Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. WUI.U(tAN. Wilkoa Barre, Pa.
Agents for tho lteiauno Chemical Com
pauy a llittli Explosives.
Coal of tho best quality for domestic
life, and of all hIzos, delivered In any
lart of the city nt lowest price.
Orders left at my Otllce
NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE,
Hear room, lirst lloor, Third National
Hank, or sent by mall or telephone to tho
mine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be imuh for the
tale and delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
DR. HEBRA'3 i
Romovca Fracklen, Pimploa.
Lhar Mole. Elachhead.,
Sunburn and Ten, and re-
atirti lhA alttn In Irani-Id.
Di Iresaneui, proauclng a iretfv j'aiK;
cioar and healthy com-!. tTOsJv'
preparation end perfectly harmles. At all
frugglsti,orinaUodiorSOcu). Bcud lor Circular,
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CHARLES II. SCH ADT.
THE PRINCESS BONNIE
HERBS, Ho, ROOTS
C. H. SCHADT & BRO.
INSURANCE - AGENCY.
Room 2, Library Building, Wyoming Avenue, Scranton.
American Fir Insurauco Company of New York.
London Assurance Corporation of London, Knglaud.
Kun Fire Insurance OIUco of London. England.
West Chester F'ire Insurance Company of Now York.
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1533 CAPOUSE AVENUE.
Mi SPRUCE STEET.
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Robert C. Kelmer, V. S.
311 SPRUCE ST.
Office Telephone, 12(it.
OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MANUFACTURER OF STRICTLY
HAND MADE . .
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Piano, Grocery, Brewery
Wagons, Drays, &c.
Manufacturer of Russian Sleighs.
421 SPRUCE STREET.
JOHN A. SCHADT.
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
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