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TIIE SCItANTON- TRIBUNE SATURDAY MOTIVING. JUNE 22, 1 895.
Have just received new lot
Up-to-date shapes and finish,
And at surprise prices.
'About halt old style prices.
$4 will buy a good one,
." " $5 will buy a very nice one.
$G will buy a fine one.
17 will buy a handsome one.
' $10 will buy aii elegant one.
All basket bodies, Taney shapes,
Steel springs, wire or wood wheels.
Parasols to match the upholstering.
" We invite Inspection, knowing
That we can quickly interest persons
Looking for a Baby Carriage.
We have, also, new lot Boys' Wagons,
Buckboards, Carts, Barrows,
Velocipedes, Dolls, Perambulators, &c.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And Always Have
y Good Bread.
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALB
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Wo.
IN THE WORLD CF SOCIETY
Gamut of the Keek's Events Noted in
MR. AND .MKS. TAYLOR RECEIVE
Pleasant Event at Their Homo on Clay
Avenue In Honor of Alls Janet
Low -Reception for Rev. and
.Mrs. J. K. Guild.
A reception was Riven last nitfht by
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Taylor at their home
on Clay avenue for Misa Janet Law, of
West Plttston. Among thooe present
were: Mire) Edith Payne, Miss Blanche
Payne, Miss Con.'alos, William Laciar,
Fred North, Gordon Scott, John Lan
Ing, Bruce Bedford, Edffar Houpt, Jesse
D. Jones, Harry Jordan, Edward Gas
ton, Edward Shortz, Harry Derr, Ralph
err and Mr. HouV"!. Wllkes-Barre;
Mr. and Mrs. J.' Archbald McDousall,
Mies Lewis, Miss Hushes, Miss Troxell,
Olr. Hughes, Mr. Schooley, Mr. Howe
and Mr. Antrim, Plttston; Mr. Hoair
land, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Piatt,
Miss Susan Jermyn, Miss Hunt, Miss
Jennie Coureen, Mlss Augusta Arch
bald. Miss Simpson, Miss Frances Win
ton, Miss Kingsburg, Miss Grace
Kingsbury, Miss SeyBTrtt, Miss Ro
malne Seybolt, Miss Pratt, Miss
Ipckson, Miss Boles, Miss Torrey. Miss
Gearhart, Miss Mott. Miss Matthews,
Mlt Sherer, M-Irs Penny packer, Miss
Sprague, Miss Jessup and Miss Jones,
"Messrs. E. E. Chase. Archbald. Hunt,
Watson, Brooks, Walker, Gearhart,
Frey, F. P. Fuller, T. S. Fuller, L. B.
Fuller and J. M. Boles, of this city.
The reception last evening tendered
Mr. and Mrs. : E. Guild, of the Prov
idence Presby . an church, by Mr. and
Mrs. J.-..K. Smith, at their pleasant
residence on North Main avenue, at
tracted a house full of friends and ad
mirers of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Guild,
many being present of the other de
nomlnatlonis. Mrs. Smith's Sunday
school class of sixteen young men as
sisted Mr. and Mrs. Smith In entertain
ing. The house was tastily decorated
with lilies, potted plants and cut flow
ers. Mr. Guild leaves town next Tues
day for New York, -from whence on
Wednesday he aalls for a trip through
Europe. Las evening he received
heartiest wishes for a safe voyage and
much pleasure and profit and a safe
return. Light .refreshments were served
during the evening.
T .. ,
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Nathan
Vldaver entertained the children of hor
elass of the Linden street Temple Sew
ing school. The house was artistically
decorated wtth fern and flowers. The
children spent an enjoyable afternoon,
and after partaking of refreshments re
tired to their homes. Among the guests
present who ar Interested In the sewing
school were: Mns. B. Samter, Mrs. J.
Kline, Miss Ethel Moses, the Misses
Lauer, Mrs. Patzek, Miss Clara Eisner,
Mrs. Schaefer and slater, Mrs. C. Field
nnd Mrs. G. T. Field.
Miss Estelle M. Wagner will be mar
ried to Harry W. Hosklns, of Spring
field, Masa., ait the Hotel Terrace, on
Wyoming avenue, next Wednesday
evening by Rev. C. E. Robinson, D. D.
Miss Scott, of Western Run, Md will
be maid of honor, and Misses Grac;
Spencer and Har riet Crane bridesmaids.
' The beat man will be Arthur Hawkins,
brother of the groom, and Messrs.
Leshure and Sargent, of Springfield, and
Crane, of this city, will be ushers.
At the German Methodist Episcopal
church on Adams avenue, Thursday
night, Miss Lottie Short and Herman
Knlltch were married. The brides
maids were Misses - Emma Backus,
Edith Smith, Mary Davis and Blanche
Jcrti'.er. The groom was attended by
Gustave Plechel, James H. IMmmlok,
Ir. H. E. -Dawson and W. T. Burrell.
Of orge Oakley was best man. . Mar
gate Selgle and Helen Garry were
flower girls and Cornelia Short maid
Miss Mabel Jones on Thursday even
ing entertained at her parent's home,
140 Franklin avenue, the following of
ber young friends: Misses Edna Cole
man, Ada Shlftor, Mattle Kline, Nellie.
Vanvalen, Mamie ShlfTer, Leah Shlitor,
Khena Jones, M. A; Early, Mrs. Shifter
and Miss Service, .and, Masters Norman
Calvin, WllHo and Leonard Gllmartln.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Ru iell, of Hones
dale, gave a lawn party for their d'ausrh
ter, Marietta, on Thursday, to celebrate
her sixth birthday anniversary.. A law
number of children were present and
passed an enjoyable afternoon.
Ex-SherlfT Charlos Roblivson, Frank
Thompson and a party of friends will
go to Mount Pocono on Monday, accom
panied by Bauer's band. Tin snnu'
party makes an annuul pilgrimage to
Mr. and Mrs. George Sandi-rson gave
a dinner to a number of their friends at
their home on North Washington u ve
il u J la!t night.
The Ladles' Whist club spent a por
tion of Thursday at the pleasant home
of Mrs. W. H. Brown, at Dalton.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Thomas
Moore, of Mllllln avenue, entertained a
number of friends at her home.
A Seranton delegation will nttend the
commencement nt Yale next week.
Miss Julia Mcaulgnn. of Plttston ave
nue, will leave for Stroudshiirg today.
Her brother, Frank, is a member of the
class that will be graduated at the com
mencement exercises at the Stute Noniuil
school next Wednesday. He holds on
honorable position in Ills class.
The drawing exhibited at the commence
ment exercises of the Misses Merrill's
school would have been a credit to any In
stitution, and Miss Worthlngton, in cluuge
of the drawing department. Is to be con
gratulated upon, the artistic work of her
Miss llertha C. Siegfried, Miss Mary
Kent, and Howard Kent, of Bethlehem,
re the guests of their cousin. Miss Edna
Kent, of Chestnut street.
Stephen O'ftoyle, John Cuslck, John
Iteedy and John Heffron, students at St.
Michael's college. Toronto, are home on
their summer vacation.
Mrs. Mary Uussman and her daughter,
Airs. Kherllng, of Syracuse, are visiting
the family of Edward Uussman, of Adams
Editor William Cruser, of the Mon
trose Democrat, was in town yesterday
and circulated among Scranton acipialnt
ances. Mr. and Mrs. GrillUh, of New York
c'.ty, are visiting Mrs Giilllth's mother,
Mrs. Julia A. Freeman, at Clurk's Sum
mit, Misses Eva Barrett and Anna Burke re
turned to spend their vacations ut homo.
They are students at Eben Hall, Torres
dale. Miss Hester A. Worthlngton, of this city,
left for her home In Hultlmore on Frld.iy
to spend a vacation of two months.
Miss Mai Leonard, dnughter of B. E.
Leonard, graduated from the Mallnkrodt
convent, Wilkes-Harre, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Gernon are home
from their honeymoon and have taken a
BUlte of rooms at Hotel Terrace.
Rev. A. W. Cooper, of Huwley. former
ly of the Hampton Street Methodist Epis
copal church, is in the city.
Miss Elisabeth Bunnell, of Price street,
is expected home today from school at
Dana Hall, Wellsley.
Miss Florence Walker, of Providence,
left yesterday for New York state to
spend her vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sllkmnn, and Mr.
and Mrs. L. G. LaBar are staying at their
Lake Ariel cottage.
C. Henwood and Miss Hen wood attend
ed the commencement exercises at Fac
Miss Mary Dunn, of Stroudsburg, is the
guest of Miss Tessle Cuslck, of Lacka
wanna avenue. ,
George B. Jermyn and family have
gone to their summer cottage at Falr
Robert Reeves returned yesterday from
a business trip to the City of Brotherly
Theodore Sllkman returned Thursday
from a fishing trip on the Susquehanna
Miss Lottie Fish, of Providence, leaves
today for Cortland, N. Y., to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crlppen, of Dal
ton, were in the North End yesterday.
J. E. Parrlsh and family have gone to
live In their summer home, at Dulton.
J. W. Peck returned last evening from a
fishing expedition In Vermont.
H. P. Simpson and family will reside at
Elmhurst during tha summer.
Miss Welles returned yesterday from
a year's stay In Europe.
Colonel H. M. Boles was In New York
James T. Everhart was In New York
E. C. Dean Is visiting In Philadelphia.
"How to Curo nil Skin Diseases."
Simply apply "Bwayno'a Ointment."
No Internal medicine required. Cures tet
ter, eczema, Itch, all eruptions on the face,
hands, nose etc., leaving the skin clear,
white and healthy. Its great healing and
curative powers are possessed by no other
remedy. Ask your druggist for Swayno's
V. I. S. C. V.. and Kpworth 1-cnguo.
Topic cards for the ntoct six months
printed In good style at low prices. If you
contemplate an excursion or festival this
summer, it will pay you to consult us
about printing posters, circulars, tickets,
etc. The Tribune. ,
Telephone 2242. W.1 O. Doud & Co., Ml
Lackawanna avenue, for all kinds of
Plllsbury'a Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,500 barrels a day.
THE best investment
in real estate is to keep build
ings well painted. Paint protects
the house and saves repairs. You
sometimes want to sell many a
good house has remained unsold
forvant of paint. The rule should
6e, though, "the best paint or
none." That means
You cannot afford to use cheap
taints. To be sure of getting Strict
ly Pure White Lead, look at the
brand ; any of these are safe :
"Fannestook," "Armstrong McKolvy."
For Colors. National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tinting Colore.
These colors are oM In one-pound cans, each
fan being sufficient to tint aj pound, of strictly
Pure White Lend the desired shade they are in
no sense ready-mixed paints, but it combination
of perfectly pure colors in the handiest form to
tint Strictly Pure White Lend.
A good many thousand dollars have been saved
property-owners by having our hook on painting
and color-card. Send us a postal card and gel
both free. 1
NATIONAL LEAD CO.. New York.
THEY STOLEJROIffl A PIE
Put Him in a I'rciuM Cnr nnd
Took Overcoat and Valuables.
PADDEX ADMITS HE IS GUILTY
McNally Fleets to l et a Jury Pass I'pon
Ills Cnso-Scnsntlonnl Proceedings
In Which Young Pcopto from
Archbald Arc Mixed I'p. 1
A novel scene was witnessed In quar
ter sessions court yesterday during the
trial of Michael Pndden. or Carbondale,
nnd Martin McNally, of this city, who
are charged with robbery. Their victim
was Albert Wetherill, or Hamilton,
Wayne county, a dear mute. When on
the stand he gave his testimony by
movements or the HpB and the sign lan
guage, his brother Interpreting It for
He positively Identified the defend
ants as the persons who, on March 21,
forcibly relieved him or his overcoat,
watch, $12 In money, overshoes and
gloves. Ills story or the occurrence
was that on the day In question he
came to this city ar.d met the accused
on Lackawanna nvenue. They Induced
him to nccoinpany them to the Dela
ware and Hudson freight station,
where they put him In a freight car and
Witnes-i'S were aln placed on the
stand who swore that the accused sold
them the articles taken from Wetherill.
Filtered n Plea of Utility.
Hefore the commonwenlth rested yes
terday afternoon Pad Jen wltlidrew his
plea of not guilty and .substituted one or
guilty. McNally. however, decided to
allow the Jury to dispose or his case.
Tudden was represented by Attorney
H. A. Zimmerman, McNally by Attor
ney T. H. Martin, ni thp common
wealth by District Attorney John H.
Jones. The prosecution rested before
When the case or John Kelly, charged
with assault and battery, was called,
It was learned that the prosecutrix,
Annie Oudy, Is In Europe. A verdict
of not guilty w.it taken and the costs
placed on the county.
In the cases against William Daley,
who was charged with assault and bat
tery by Josephine Ike" and I.lzzle Shaf
rer, verdicts or not guilty were taken
and the prosecutrix In each case direct
ed to pay the costs.
Harness Admitted liix (inilt.
Henry liurgiss was tried berore Judge
Albright In court room No. 2 ror hav
ing wronged Mary Knatt under prom
ise or marriage. The story or the prose
cutrix was that In December, ISM. Hur
gess proml-ed to marry her and through
that promise obtained her consent to
criminal acts which continued Tor some
time. In October, 1S94. she gave birth
to a chlhl of which she declares Hur
gess Is the rather. The commonwealth
failed to make out a case so far as the
first count of the Indictment was con
cerned and the defendant then pleaded
guilty to a lesser charge In the same In
dictment. Attorneys T. J, Duggan and
Attorney Olver conducted the prosecu
tion and ttorney A. A. Chase derended
Ferdinando Arrlgoni railed to appear
to answer a charge or embezzlement
preferred by Salvttore Annello, and his
ball was forfeited. Peter Ferella was
his bondsman. Arrlgonl took $30 from
the prosecutor to send to Europe, but It
failed to reach Its destination.
In the morning the case of A. C. Stan
ton, charged with forgery by Gostor
Kamrath, was called Tor trial, and the
derendant falling to appear his ball
was forfeited. During the afternoon It
was brought to the attention of the
court that the case had been fettled and
the forfeiture was stricken off.
Only Threw a Stone.
Martin Farrel was charged before
Judge Albright by iMrs. Catherine
Welsh with breaking the doors and win
dow; of her house. Fnrrell was living
with the prosecutrix and they .had a
dispute, To be revenged on her, Mrs.
Welsh alleges that Farrell threw stones
through the doors and windows. The
defendant denied having broken either
door' or windows, but admitted that
he threw a stone ut the house.
In the mnln court room yesterday
morning the trial of Daniel Shay, Pat
rick Maloney and Thomas Hrennan,
the Minooka boys who are charged with
having given John H'irtntll a pipe filled
with powder to smoke, was resumed.
Their defense was that on the day In
question a boy name! I'.uckley gave
them the pipe. They did not know It
was loaded aiid Shay started towards
a house to light It. He met young Hart
nell. who said he had a match. Shay
thereupon gave Hartnell the pipe to
light and an explosion followed a mo
ment later. A verdict of not guilty
was returned and the costs placed on
t'nsnvnry Archhnld Case,
ejrtnthony Duffy, a beardless Archbald
boy, was put on trial before Judge Al
bright, charged with forcibly Violating
Miss Kate Martin. The young1 woman
la 19 years of age, but looks ' much
younger. Hhe appeared on the Bland
In very girlish "attire, wearing spring
heel shoes and her auburn hair In a
braid down her back.
She showed no embarrassment while
relating the delicate details of her
story, and her pert and oaucy answers
to Attorney E. C. Newcomb, counsel
for the defendant, during the cross
examination, caused many a broad
In brief, her story was that Duffy
paid her attention, while his friend,
Andrew Ioftus, waited on Miss Bridget
Doughcr. One night In October last,
the quartette went ror a stroll along
the Delaware and Hudson gravity road
Tho Vonnn I'coplo Separated.
Tiring or their rtroll they sat down
near the track, but with considerable
distance between the two couples. There
was a house about thirty feet away.
After they were seated for a while Miss
Martin declares that Duffy asaulted
her. Hhe called for help, but none came
to her assistance. Afterwards they all
walked home together, lingered at the
door of the Martin residence for hair
an hour and Duffy told the young wo
man he would meet her again the next
Sunday night, arftl she offered no objec
tion to this arrangement. . ... ..
Miss 'Dougher was next called. She
is a corpulent young woman, about the
same age as Miss Martin, and she had
with her a two-months-old babe, which
she admitted she Is the mother of. She
has never been married.- She was In
clined to be garrulous and her answers
to Mr. Newcomb'a questions were of
the liveliest kind.
Hlio Won Restrained.
On the night of the episode near the
gravity track, she heard Miss Martin
call her name. She tried to go to her
assistance, but Loftus held her. ' "Let
them fight It out," he said, "It's none
or your business." When they started
home she saw that MIhs Martin's hair
was disarranged and her clothing torn,
the was In the same condition hersrir,
but did not like to state the reason for
It, as it might glvo scandal. The cose
will be resumed 'this morning.
During the week District Attorney
Jones hus disposed or about 100 of the
117 cases on the list for trial.
Brakeman Michael Cawley, of the
West Side, Is visiting friends In Boston,
Inquirer No; Conductor John Swarts
was in no way rf sponsible for that acci
dent. It was unavoidable.
John McAloon, or the coal ofllce, acr
companled by two young ladles, visited
the Lackawanna hospital last evening.
The New York Central's earnings tor
May were $3,tiU8,0G6, an Increase of $.10:i,
2H3 over last year on the same mileage,
Engineer fleorge Snow, with engine
21(1, yesterday pulled train No. 6 In
place ofHlram Adams, whose engine Is
In the round house ror general debility.
The Lake 'Shore and Michigan South
ern railway Is building a branch from
Blasdell to the new Industrial town of
Depew, located six miles from Buffalo,
The Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago
and St. Louis has received four new
passenger locomotives rrom the Sche
nectady Locomotive works. Four oth
ers are being built.
The roundhouse and repair shops of
the Athchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe,
at Arkansas City, Kan., were destroyed
by fire on June 11. The roundhouse
contained several engines.
-The Michigan Central has made a
contract with the Hull 'Signal company
for the extension of the nutomatlc elec
tric block system over fifteen miles of
Its double line near Dotrolt.
Conductor William A. Lamb, or trains
No. 1 and 2, Is a genuine base ball en
thusiast. In a ruture Issue we will
give a resume of his work as pitcher for
the condu-to.r's team at ISlnghamton.
Chler Engineer Brown, or tho Penn
sylvania railroad, states that the com
pany's bridge across the Delaware river
at Philadelphia will be completed and
trains running over It by ian. 1.
Conductor Charles Nichols, who Is
running In place or Hoy Carpenter' on
trains 9 and 10, Is complaining that he
cannot sleep In the daytime. One or
his brother conductors says he sleeps
thirteen hours at Uinghamton and
eleven hours at Hoboken.
Regular meeting of the Loyal Legion
at their hall tonight at 7.45.
Fred Stevens, of West Drinker street, Is
In New York on a business trip.
Miss Alary and Lucy Decker have re
turned from a visit with llawley relatives.
The gypsies who have been camped on
Green Uidge street lert yesterduy morn
ing. Services In the Episcopal church tomor
row at 4 p. ni., under churge of Rev. A.
. MIhs Uerthn Bloes, of Georgetown, was
visiting her parents on Dudley street,
James lnlck returned last night from
a week's vacation in New York and
along the Hudson.
MIhs Hertha Capwell has returned to
town after spending a few days with her
parents, at Dalton.
Mrs. Jerome Tonkin nnd children, or
Electric avenue, are visiting relatives In
Regular services In the Ttaptist church
tomorrow morning, Children's Day ser
vices being held In the evening.
tieorge Alger, whose grocery store was
destroyed by lire on Wednesday morn
ing, will not resume business.
The Young Men's Temperance, Liter
ary and Benevolent society run their an
nual excursion to Lake Ariel today.
Rev. J. C. Leacock will occupy the pul
pit In the Methodist church tomorrow,
both morning and evening; Sunday school
Thomas Henwood will represent the
Dunmore league at the convention of Ep
worth leagues at Chattanooga, Tenn.,
Miss Duna Capwell, of Cherry streets
who has been spending some time with
l'eckville friends, has returned home,
having been taken ill. '
At the Presbyterian church tomorrow
the pastor. Rev. T. W. Williams, will
preach; Sunday school Immediately after
the morning service; Junior Endeavor at
4 p. m., and Senior Endeavor at 6.30;
evening service at 7.30.
-Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Warfel, who were
married on Wednesday evening, will re
turn from their wedding tour on Monday
and tako up their residence with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Theodore Webber, of West Drinker
Evangelists Scovllle and MacArthur
have been conducting meetings In the
grove on Monroe avenue this week. Tho
first services will be held In the new
Gospel tabernncle tomorrow at 10.311, ,1.3i)
and 7.30, to which everybody Is cordially
Rev. E. E. Shaffer, of Ransom, will
preach the quarterly sermon at the Trin
ity United Evangelical church. Little
England, tonight at 7.45, the quarterly
conference convening at 9 p. m. Rev.
Shaffer will also preach and havo charge
of the communion services at 10.30; Hun
day school at 2 p. m. Children's Day will
bo observed In the evening.
Conclave No. 235, Order of Heptasophs,
gave their first public entertainment and
social 'before a largo gntherlng of friends
and members of their families last even
ing. Before the entertainment nn Instal
lation of ofllcers took place. James Mick
opened the exercises with appropriate re
marks of welcome, after which the Mo
zart Glee club sang a selection, which
wu heartily applaudod. Remarks upon
the workings of the order and Its benefits
were mndo !v F. 8. Brown, past archon.
and C. U. Bolnnd, district deputy. A reci
tation was ably given by Miss Anna Oli
ver, as was n'so a bnsn solo by John (.ol
den. After tho rendition of tho pro
gramme refreshments were served.
Your picture or any
picture ought to be
framed bofors It Is
oiled or torn. Wo
arn framing mora pic
tures than nay on In
tho city. You bettor
' . 213 LACKAWANNA AVENUc.
Styles and colorings are
very fine this season.
Let us fix ybu up a
sample room with nice
Gilt Paper, $5.
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
134 WYOMING AVENUE. .
Philadelphia jobbers have
sent us four cases of first-class
Russets for men. '
We got them at a bargain
and while they last will sell
LOOK LIKE THEY COST S2.S0.
410 Spruce Street.
our yachting straws for sale;
there's no substitute for them.
Coolness is everything on water
or land. There's nothing like be
ing dressed for that occasion.
CONRAD I Lackawanna Ave.
Special Attention Given to Business
and Personal Accounts.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
GILHOOL'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
Carrlarri, BunincM W(pna. R.olr1ng Hon
bhoelnf , Painting and Uphol.tariwr. Ron. 11
m, m, m gTnth itr..!. osnmtoo. Pa,
Combining all the requisites of a fina
Spring Overcoat and possess
ing water-proof qualities.
A SPRING STYLES
THE :. FASHION
308 Lackawanna Avenue.
Kead carefully. Better yet. See tho thing. You'll
wonder who loses tho money. Nobody does It; simply thrifty
management and knowing how.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.
A Good 50c. Colored Waist for 39 Cents
An Klegant 7fc. Colored Waist for RO Cents
An Elegant White Lawn Waist for SO Cents
Special $1.00 White Lawn Waist for 78 Cents
Ladies' Kllk Belts, all colors 25 Cents
Ladies' 'fecks, all'colors, 85c. quality for 23 Cents
A beuutiful line of White Parasols at popular price
Former offerings were values extraordinary. The present
will outdo all, as better values, later designs and lower prloes
1 case Vennette Lawn, 8c. quality, for 4e
1 case Princess Batiste, 10c. quality for S$c
1 case Wool Challies, all colors, 2oo. quality, for lSe
.Just received, a new invoice of Percales for Ladies'
Waists. Don't miss seeing them.
the fashion, a imam.
FOURTH OF JULY
Parties wanting FIREWORKS
will consult their best interests by
examining our prices. We are
agents for Paine's Columbian Fair
and Manhattan Beach Fireworks.
Wc carry a full line in store and
are prepared to furnish any sized
displuy on short notice.
We have the Paper Balloons
with and without the celebrated
firework attachments, Crackers,
American and Chinese Firework
Novelties of all kinds. Rockets,
Mines, Snucissons, Aerolites, In
dian Jugglery, Parachutes, Tour
billions, and all kinds of Flags in
wool hunting, fast color muslin
and silk, Flag Poles, Holders, etc.
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N. A. HULBERTS
WYOMING AVE, SCRANTON.
STEIHWAV ft SON
KRBNICH ft BACK
STULTZ ft BAUER
Also a large stock of firstclass
Standard Instruments In every Sanaa of
tha term aa applied to Pinnoa.
Exceptional In holding their original nt
aean of tone. -.
NSW YORK WAREHOUSE, NO. W
fifth avenue. ;
SOLD BY "
113 Adams Ave.. New Telophone Bldg.
Cures Colds, Lays Out LaGrippc,
Cures Incipient Consumption.
Manufactured by G. ELM EN
DORF, Elmira, N. Y., and for sale
by the trade generally. '
ME QARGE L & COME 11,
' Wholesale Agents, Scranton, Pa.
NEW OPERA TOE
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Now Opera LAt la tha most graceful and ooa.
fortable narrow toe shoe now la tha marfe.1
No Gramping ol FeeL .
Retains its shape, la propwly proportional
and built according to tha natural UnNTaf tM
foot Tha result of aclantlSo sh'oaaaklng.
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or Portal Hat. tm tl-M-
11.10. W. saaas that aaM
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JAMES & KELLY
Late of Pittsburg,
First-Class Livery in Connection.
285 SPRUCE ST., SCRANTON.
The Finest In the City.
The latest improved furaiab'
lacs and apparatus for keeflof
meat, butter and eggs. ' " 1 '
223 Wyoming Ave. .
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