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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FBIDY MORNING. OCTOBER IS, 1893.
NEW WALL DECORATIONS.
Autumn Styles Being Received.
We Invite Attention to Our
Beautiful New Designs and Colorings
For Fall and Winter Use.
Now Is an Excellent Time
To Decorate Your Rooms
' And Get the BeneGt of Use
During Cold Weather Season.
We Have the Finest Stock
Made in This Country
At Half New York City Prices.
Onr Patterns Cannot Be Found
Elsewhere In This City.
The Fine Work in Large Cities
Is Done in the Fall.
. We Furnish Good Decorators.
322 LACKAWANNA AVE.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And Always Have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALS
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Go.
Surveyor Edmund Bartl has returned
Rev. P. J. Golden, of Wllliamsport, was
In this city yesterday.
Miss Roe Wormser, who has been dan
gerously 111, Is slowly recovering.
Rev. C. M. Kimball, of Florida. Is the
guest of Rev. Rogers Israel at St. Luke's
Miss Mary WuRonhorst. of Lehigh Olen,
Is the guest of Miss Margaret Mitchell, of
Miss Bessie Phelps was In Port Jervls
yesterday attending the wedding of Miss
Shark, of that place.
The marriage of Miss Margaret Lundy.
of the South Side, and Patrick Walsh, of
the central city, will take place Wednes
day morning, Oct. 23.
W. P. De Hart, of Philadelphia, who has
been spending a few days as the guest of
his cousin, Miss Alice Deppen, of Price
street, returned home yesterday.
On Oct. 30. at 11 a. m Dr. George B.
Reynolds, of the West Side, will be mar
Tied to Miss Laura Gelger, daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Qelger, of Reading.
The marriage ceremony will be performed
at the Uetger residence on Greenwlcn
George N. Rockwell, the talented organ
ist and composer, leaves this morning for
tils former home, Albany, N. Y., where he
has received two flattering offers, and
from there he will proceed to Burlington
Vt., where he will take charge of the
music at one of the leading churches, and
also give an organ recital. A special ef
fort Is being made to induce him to locate
at the latter place.
A Rare Bargain.
We offer a limited number of Gloria Um
brellas at 85 cents, Tied Oak and Acacia
handles. MEAP.S & HAG EN.
MAYOR'S BUSY PEN.
Important Matters Which Received His
Officin! Approval Yesterday.
Xing & Cleary's contract for the con
struction of the approaches to the Lin
den street bridge waa yestprday signed
ly Mayor Connell and the work will be
commenced next 'Monday morning. It
will be ome time next summer before
the Job will be completed, as the city
engineer will not permit the mason
work to be done during cold weather.
The grading and tilling will, however,
be pushed as rapidly as possible, and in
a few days after the work Is com
menced the approach at Sixth street
will be In auch shape as to make It pos
sible to open the bridge.
The mayor also signed two contracts
With Hart & Gibbons, of Wilkes-Barre,
or the construction of lateral sewers,
one on Capoiife av-jnue, between Marlon
nd Oceen idge streets, for $1.74 per
lineal foot, and the oth.-ron Irving ave
nue, north of Mulberry street, for 2.0t
per lineal f jot.
The bend cf Ira T. Barber, licensed
rinusp-mover. In the rum of $1,000, was
approved by his honor, as were also
the following resolutions: Directing
the city cltik to advertise for bids for
furnishing coal fo.- city buildings; call
ing for plana for a catch basin on New
York street between Washington and
Wyoming avenues; instructing the
mayor to cider the renewal of the Fif
teenth ward animal pound to the plot
of ground owned by the Wellington pa
late on I'Yilows street, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth strpets; permitting tne
Lacka wanna Iron and Steel company
to construct a private sewer on South
English Capital for American Invest,
Important to Americans seeking 'Eng
lish capital for new enterprises. A list
containing the names and addresses of 850
successful promoters who have placed
over 1100,000,000 sterling In foreign Invest
ments wntiln the last six years, and over
118,000,000 for the seven months of 1896.
Price f5 or $25, payable by postal order
to the London and Universal Bureau of
Investors, 20, Cheapslde, London, E. C.
Subscribers will be entitled, by arrange
ment with the directors to receive either
personal or letters of Introduction to any
of these successful promoters.
This list Is first class In every respect,
nd every man or firm whose name ap
pears therein may be depended upon. For
placing the following It will be found In-Valuable-Bonds
or Shares of Industrial,
Commercial and Financial Concerns,
Mortgage loans. Bale of Lands, Patents or
Plrectors-SIR EDWARD C. ROflS.
HON. WALTER C. PEPYft
CAPT. ARTHUR 8TIFFE.
'J , ' ' v Copyright
Fine writing paper lBo. per lb. Pratt's
Taylor's New Index Map of Scranton and
For sale at Taylor's Directory office,
Tribune building, or given with an order
for the Scranton Directory 1896.
' Inks 16c; Per Qt..- 20e. per ptnl, writing
paper, envelopes and tablets at half price
for a few days. Pratt's Book Store.
Mrs. Fenton, Clairvoyant and Phrenol
ogist, Arnout House, 128 Lackawanna ave
' noe, this week only.
Wall paper at your own price. Pratt's
Book Store. . .
Arguments to Jury in Yishnlshl Case
iii dc naac i oaay.
DEPENDANT FIT ON THE STAND
Soya Ue Shot Fells Davidtak In Self
Do fense After the Murder He
Walked to Plymouth and Then
.Came Back Here.
lAmong those who have heard the evi
dence of the commonwealth and the
defense In the Vlshnlskl murder case,
there Is now much speculation as to
what the verdict will be, as the testi
mony 'has all been heard. At 3.10 yes
terday afternoon the hint witness was
heard and further proceedings were
adjourned until this morning In or
der to give Attorney McGlnley time
to prepare law points and arrange hln
argument. The main feature yesterday
was the testimony of Vlshnlskl him
self. Alexander Jankowskl, the defend
ant's brother-in-law, was the first wit
ness called. He denied that he saw the
shooting. There was a scullle between
Vlshnlskl and three of the companions
of the dead man. The witness heard
the shot but he would not admit that
It was the defendant who fired It.
Vlshnlskl walked steadily to the stand
and gaied around the court room with
out showing any embarrassment. His
answers In 'English were so unsatis
factory that the Interpreter had to be
called Into requisition. He Is 20 years
of age, was born In Prussia-Poland,
and came to America in May. 1VJ3. His
father Is dead, but his mother Is still
living In the old country.
Tells Something of His History.
'After landing In New York, he came
directly to Scranton to the house of his
flstcr. Mrs. Jankowskl, where he board
ed until the night of the murder. He
worked a while In the woods, quarry
ing stone for Contractor Max Phillips,
and next went to work at laboring In
the South Steel mill. Last February tie
worked at the steel mill. The morning
of the 9th he went to work, but on un
usually heavy fall of snow had de
scended during the previous night,
causing operations to suspend at the
mill. He cume home at 10 o'clock that
morning. lAfte-r removing his working
clothes he went to bed and took a nap
until late In the afternoon.
Joe Terreshevltz came to Vlshnlskl's
boarding bouse and coaxed him out
drinking. They were joined by .Hie
Erling. Michai lowskl's saloon attract
ed them and before they left It, each
had drunk about fifteen or twenty
schooners of beer.
At 9 o'clock they started home: their
path homeward led past Peter KoJIo
leck's unlicensed shop, and In there
they went. Martsall Semlneki and a
fellow named Stofski who were In ahead
of the defendant, as soon as they saw
him enter, begun to stir up a quarrel.
They were successful In their design,
Vlshnlskl says he was rendered uncon
scious from a blow on the head, recov
ered, got up and ran, was pursued, and,
In self-defense, shot Felix Iiavidzak,
the foremost of his pursuers. Vlshnlskl
swore that he had the revolver In his
pocket when he went out that night,
that he did not go home to get It.
lie Walked to Plymouth.
He walked to Plymouth after the
murder, came back a day la ter to Scran
ton and took the train for Buffalo. His
sis.er gave 'him the money. He worked
for a farmer a few miles out from Buf
falo and as soon as he earned $8 re
turned to the city to buy some new
clothes and was arrested.
Coroner J. A. Kelley was recalled.
An anatomical chart was spt up before
the Jury box and the coroner showed
to the Jury thecoure taken by the bul
let. Dr. John O'lMalUy, of Spruce
Btreet. was called after Coroner KellcY.
Tne defense proposed to prove by him
that two soars on Vlshnlskl's head came
from wmnda which were Inflicted less
than a yeur ago, and t'hat one of the
wounds was an Incised and the other
a contused one. Dr. O'Mal'.ey examined
the defendant at 'the county Jail a
month aso. There was a scar of a
wrund on the top of the head which
appeared to have been made with a'
knife or some harp instrument, and
another on the side of the head, ap
pearing to have been made with a club
or some dull Instrument. The witness
gave as his opinion that the wounds
were produced ess than a year ago,
Judging from the process of cicatriza
tion. It. John Burnett and Dr. Ludwig
Wenlau gave similar testimony.
Said On v Id in It Was Melons.
Albert Ludka was called to prove
that Davldzak, the murdered man, was
a vicious, law-breaking character. Lud
ka is a special officer and was pre
sumed to know Davldzak. The court
on the objection of the district attor
ney ruled that this evidence was not
admissible. County Detective Leyshon
Waa called on the part of the common
wealth in rebuttal to contradict the
evidence of Julius Dhrabant, who was
a witness for the defense. Mr. Leyshon
said he went to the South Side the Mon
day after the murder, had a talk with
Dhrnbaret and was Informed by him
that he knew nothing at all about the
The district attorney Intended to have
the Uf timony 'taken at the coroner's In
quest read before the Jury, but he was
unable to find the notes. There was
no further testimony on cither side.
The Jury went 'to their room at 3.10. This
morning at 9 o'clock Attorney McOlnlcy
will present law points to the court and
will address his argument to the Jury.
It Is probable that the Jury will retire
to deliberate on a verdict this after
noon. IN OTHER COURT ROOMS.
Minor Offenses That Wero Considered In
No. 2. and No. 3. '
The case In No. 2 court room before
Judge Savide, of Sunbury, In which
William Owens was defendant and
Thomas iMurphy prosecutor on the
charge of felonious wounding went to
the Jury yesterday morning, and a ver
dict of guilty on .the second count, ag
gravated assault and battery, was re
turned. Another case of felonious wounding
was then put on trial before Judge Mav
Idge. The defendants are Anthony Ke
turakls, Antony Kcturakls, Jr., George
Kuperunas, Joseph Kazlanekus, An
drew Smith and Joseph Keturlsh. The
prosecutor U Charles Black. The whole
party was drinking beer at Blazy's sa
loon, on :Penn avenue, on the night of
Nov. 8, 1894. During an altercation the
prosecutor, Charles Black, was struck
with a beer glaxs on the head and badly
cut. The clothe of the Injured man,
all covered with blood, were exhibited
In court as evidence of the bloody strug
gle. The commonwealth has not yet
Andrew Smith and Joseph Keturlsh
were active In the barroom brawl also
and left town Immediately. They have
since returned and are now defendants
on the same charge.
Patrick Feeny, charged with ob
structing Che execution of legal process
and aggravated assault and battery
by Henry Burachel, was found not
guilty, county to pay the costs. John
T. Jones, charged with a serious offense
by Margaret Morgan, prosecutrix, was
found not guilty and the defendant
told to pay the costs.
TO FILL HOWELL'S PLACE.
The Friends of One Woman Teaeher
. i Think Her Fully Capable.
The teachers' committee of the board
of control met. last night' and began
the work of selecting Instructors. for the
night schools, which open Monday, No
vember 4. It la expected that this task
will be completed, in another session,
when the matter of appointing teach
ers to permanently fill a number of va
cancies which now exlBt TrrTt be taken
up. . .
The appointment of : an assistant
principal to tueced Professor George
Howell will be considered at a meet
ing of the high and training school
committee next week. There are any
number of applicants for the position
among the male principals, end the
friends of one female teacher are put
ting her forward as a candidate.
WILL KNOW TOMORROW.
Whether or Not Judge Smith Will Accept
the Off,e;s of t. e Fahey Committee.
Tomorrow afternoon will decide
whether or not Judge Smith and his
campaigners will accept the proffered
services of the Fahey county commit
tee. A meeting of the sub-committee
appointed to consult with the candi
dates will be lifld at tl o'clock In the
afternoon at the headquarters, 221
Judge Smith's first lieutenant, John
E. Hoche, Is a member of this commit
tee, although 'he has not as yet signi
fied by his presence that he Intends to
accept a place In the Kahey bandwagon.
He will, of course, lie expected to be
there, so will Judge Smith. The former
in common with the other members of
the sub-committee have been notified
to be present by Secretary Oaffney.
Judge Smith, as one of the candidates,
has been formally Invited to attend.
Their action In the matter is the straw
which will show the course of the wind.
The cimnty committee proper will
meet at the same place In the evening,
when the sub-committee will make a
report of its afternoon llmlings and de
liberations. BATTLE BETWEEN DUGS.
Priccburg the Scene of ni.scustincly
Carbondale and Wilkes-Barre were
flitted against each other for the honors
In a dog tight that occurred last night.
In a hall bi hind James Twtss' saloon,
at Prlceburg. The tlj: ht was for a purse
of $200 a side and the tnte receipts. Th
latter amounted to about $35, there be
ing a f jut k-isa .than seventy-five sports
present, and each had to lay down four
shillings to get In. The Wilkes-Barre
dog is owned by John lllayes, of that
place, formerly of Cat bondale. and the
dog from the city of eternal rest 1b
owned by William Walsh.
The brutes fought from 11.10 p. m. un
til 1 this morning. The contest took
place in a clrculnr pit In the center of
the hall. Frank Laughney, of Jermyn,
was referee. The sports were on the
ground at 10 o'clock and they manifest
ed great Impatience In the d;day in
starting. When a burly chap, with only
his undershirt and pantaloons on, came
forward with a tub of lukewarm water
In hi arms, .he was tendered a rousing
reception. The owner of the dogs came
In order to guard as-alnsit any tricks
that either mlht resort to In tine way
of saturating the dog's hide with
cayenne pepper or any such substance
that would prevent the antagonistic
dog from retaining Its grip, both does
were ducked in the tub, washed with
soapine. and thoroughly sponged and
dried. The Oarl-ondalc dog went by
the sobriquet of Tony," and his
Wilkes-Barre relaMve rejoiced in the
name of "Cap."
For thirty minutes they fought like
demons and their blond bespattered the
pit. It was an evenly mni'ehed fight up
to this potnt. The second round was
greatly In favor of "Tony," and fo on
from that to the end. From a dog-fighting
standpoint of view, the encounter
between the dogs was regarded with
admiration, but nothing more brutal
could be offered as an exhibition any
where. The Wilkes-Barre sports went
home broke and disgusted. The dogs
weighed thirty-eight pounds each.
PETER LL'TZ'S CRIME.
He la Arrested at the Instance of
'Peter Lutz. of Dunniore, accupled a
cell In the West tide police station
awaiting on a charge of criminally as
saulting Johanna Hill, a servant In the
house of Lutz's Flstcr. Mrs. John L.
fe'pangenburg. of 107 South Fllmore ave
nue. Mr. and Mrs. Spangenburg were
away from home Wednesday night and
Miss Hill, who Is 20 years of age, gays
that Liftz entered the house by opening
a window and then forcibly violated
her. She swore out a warrant for the
arrest of Lu.tz before Alderman John
and Liieutenant Williams took him Into
Lutz says his aceiiFFor's rU.ht name is
Mrs. Kai:e Carter, nnd ihe also alleges
that she 'Is his common law wife. He
will have a hearing today.
CLEANSE DIRTY CLOTHES.
Defaulter Taylor to Work in the Laundry
of the Slnux I nils Prison.
Sioux alls. S. D., Oct. 17. W. W. Tay
lor, the defaulting ex-state treasurer,
arrived here at noon today. During
the entire afternoon he was allowed to
go where he pleased unaccompanied
about the city. After eating dinner at
the bestihotel he was taken to the peni
tentiary this evening to serve his two
It is understood he will work In the
laundry, the easiest place In the prison
His wife arrived with him and will
live here until his term expires.
PRIZE POTATO IN INDIANA.
Remarkable Freak of Nature Observed in
a I'ateh at I ncllsli.
English, Ind., Oct. 17. One of the
most wonderful vegetable curiosities
that was ever seen In this vicinity Is In
the form of a swi-et potato. The pota
to Is a perfect goose, minus the head,
sitting upon a nest of eggs, nine of
Which are visible.
Even the form of the feathers and the
curling tall are faithfully represented.
The potato weighs live pounds and
Fresh I rii'ts.
Grnpe fruit, Jamaica oranges, Tokay
grapes, received dully. 15. (1. Cnursen.
Wholesnle nnd Rtnll.
JUST SEE II
in Lace and Button and in the
PRETTIEST SHAPED 1
I MS EVER
CAN FIT YOU PERFECTLY.
SCHANK & KOEHLER,
410 Spruce Zml .
Takes Vigorous Steps with Regard to
' the City Assessors. ?
riXING WAGES TOR CITY WORK
Cl'jr Solicitor Says the Ordinance Es
tablishing Minimum Mate Is Illegal.
Other Matters Considered by
Select and Common Councils.
It was made painfully apparent to the
olty assessors at last nLght's council
meetings that the board of revision and
appeals InteiMls to deal with them
without mercy. After taking away all
their powers, then removing their
books, 'Hhey now ewoop down upon them
with a .resolution directing the city
clerk to selie all their book cases, fur
niture, maps, etc., and remove them
from their office to the headquarters of
the board of Teviftlon and appeuls In the
city clerk's ofllce. Mr. Oliver Intro
duced the measure In common council
aid 'It 'Was unanimously approved by
The proposal of M. A. Donahoe to
grade Fllmore avenue, between Wash
burn and Division streets, for $173.85
was approved by both branches of
The following ordinances passed first
and newnd rtadkig In common council:
Establishing the grade of Hrescott ave
nue, between Mulberry and Olive streets;
appropriating $1,500 by transfer to pay
for the widening and Improvement of
Robinson and Ninth streets: providing
for two electric lights In the First ward;
providing for an electric light on Water
street; providing for a lateral sewer on
Catouse avenun and Inarch street; pro
viding for flagstone sidewalks on La
fayette street, between Main and Fll
The following ordinances passed third
reading: For a team of horses and a
drop harness for the Oeneral Phlnneys;
regulating the cleaning of sidewalks
and flX'Ing a penalty for non-compliance;
permitting 'the Valley Passenger
company to extend lis tracks to Peters
burg. Select Council's Doings.
In an opinion addressed to Chairman
Sanderson of the Judiciary committee
of select council City Solicitor Torrey
declared Illegal the ordinance estab
lishing the minimum wages to be paid
employes engaged on city contracts.
His opinion In full waa as follows:
Oct. 14. 189.-..
Colonel Oeorgo Sanderson, Chairman:
Dear Sir 1 return to you herewith or
dinance Hie of common council No. !, 1S!).",
upon the leKulily of which you have asked
1 am of the opinion thnt the ordinance
Is directly in conlllct with the act of lss,
Article IV, Section ti, requiring that con
tracts shall be let to the lowest responsi
ble bidder; and In support of thnt opinion
yould refer to the case of Frnne vs. Ke.
llx, 107. Pa., 47, In which the supremo
court decides that a contract let by the
clly of Heading, in which a minimum of
prices of wages was fixed, to be paid for
lubor, was Illegal and void. Very truly
yours, James H. Torrry,
Council concurred without debate In
the recommendation of the committee
that the ordinance be disapproved of.
The report of Cli'lef of Police Simpson
for September, showing 208 arrests hav
ing been made and $J"9..'.o collected In
fines was received and filed. The bid of
the 'Barber Asphalt company to pave
Olive street between Madison and Mon
roe avenues for $2.58 per square yard
was approved. The bond of John Silk
man, licensed ihouse-mover, for $1,000,
with Conrad Schroedcr as bondsman.
was favorably reported upon by the
city solicitor and approved by council.
Approaches for lccflctt's Cicck itrldce.
A resolution Instructing the street
commissioner to construct approaches
to the Ieggett s Creek bridge at ells
street was Introduce ! by Mr. Finn and
approved by both councils.
The following ordinances passed first
and second readings: For electric
lights on the corner of Hickory street
and Irving avenue; corner of Wyoming
avenue and Green 'Rld.ce streets, and
corner of Edwards, court nnd Scranton
street; also for the appointment of an
additional permanent man for Nay Aug
Fire company and one for the General
An ordinance fixing the grade of Wy
oming aveii'Ue between Green HIdge and
Delaware streets passed third reading.
CROKEK QUITS COLLEGE.
Son of Tammany's Kx-Chrlcftlan Driven
Out hy Newspapers.
Amherst, Mass., Oct. 17. Ttlehard
Croker, Jr., son of Tammany's ex-chlef'
tlan, has left Amherst college. Ills fel
low students say that his father asked
him to do this because of the conspicu
ous attention called to him by the news
Voung Croker Is an extremely quiet
youth, and was much annoyed by the
attention paid him A account of his
father. He recently ras badly bruised
In a cane rush and this added to the
talk about him.
STRUCK WARM WATER.
Michigan Well niggers Ilclicve They Will
White Pigeon, Mich., Oct. 17. While
driving a well on the farm of John
Middling, near the village, F. W. North
rop's men struck, at a depth of twenty
five feet, a ptratum of coarse gravel
and warm wa ter of 9S degrees. Nothing
of the kind has been before found In
We Have Them
In Great Variety,
TARTAN CLAN or
Is Invited to Our
Immense Stock of
Black Dress Goods
of German Manufacture
They Are the Best Goods Obtain
able. Our Prices Are Not High.
MEARS & HAGEN,
415 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
this section of country. Many specu
lations ure rl e as to the cause or this
Geologists hold that underlying this
sheet of warm 'water, at no great depth,
is a large quantity or sort coal, which,
undergoing metamorphosis, generates
sufficient heat to warm the water. It is
possible that gas as well as coal may
FRIENDS OF THE SPOOKS.
National Spiritualist Convention Com
pletes Sessions at Washington.
Washington. Oct. 17. The national
Spiritualist convention completed Its
session tonight by electing the follow
ing officers: President, .HarruKin D.
Barrett, New York: vice-president.
Cora 'L. V. iKichmond. Chicago; secre
tary, Francis B. Woodbury, Washing
ton; treasurer, Theodore J. 'Mayer,
Washington; trustees, Milan C. KJson,
vtasumgton: B. K. Hill. Ph adelnh'a:
t,. V. Moulton, St. I,ii1h: Dr. George A.
Fuller, Worcester, Mass., and Mrs. A.
L. Pettlngll!, Cleveland.
It was decided to send fifteen dele
gates to the International Spiritualist
convention to behold at Liondon, June 1,
next year. A subscription of nearly
$3,000 was raised to support the associa
tion and assistance was promised to
defend the mediums recently arrested
5:10 Feet Higher
than Scranton is Schelbel's hotel at the
end of the new Klmhurst boulevard road.
You can get the best of meals at all hours,
also refreshments of all kinds.
Plllsbury's flour mills have a capacity
of 17,500 barrels a day.
Water colors, etchings and photographs,
with or without frames, half price. Pratt's
TRY TUB TRHJl'NR CE!NT-t-WORD
AIM.ET3 FOR QUICK AND
Our entire front will be torn out
next Tuesday. ' We are busy, but
got to do it We want onr store in
better shape, fur you and us, too.
These are house cleaning days.
Just the time to think of new pic
lures. Don't hang the rusty ones.
Several hundred Framed Engrav
ings Etchings, etc., in the carpen
ters' way. We price tuctn to rush
About Gfty, 10x30, signed Etch
ings, in polished oak frames, ToC.
old price, $:, West window.
A WATCH BARGAIN
A discontinued style of case. The
makers gave us a chance to save
you some money.
Solid gold, good movement, war
The Finest In tne City.
The latest improved furnish
Ings and apparatus for keeping
meat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Av.
Including the Most Desir
able Silk Mixtures.
While They Last
YOU KNOW FOR
We Are Headquarters.
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
134 WY0BI1G ftVElllE.
Walk in and look around.
Cooling drinks aro ne' esuiry. They are th
universal antidote for excewivs warmth.
N thins is bo popular with the fair sex in
Scranton as our sad. served la all the various
Bnvois and witn cream for only a nickel a
giass. To have their attentions wall received
young men should tn-at their sweethearts
co lly, ana by Inviting tum to enjoy our soda.
which is really the coolest and most delichtru!
summer drink in tho city, wholesome, health
ful nnd invisoratini;. Soda heads the list of
summor beverages, and the foaming stream
from our fountain Leads tho list of all sodas.
314 LACKS. AVE., SCRANTON, PA.
Specially Adapted tor Reading and Seiicg.
Consumes three (3) feet of gas per
hour and gives an efficiency of sixty
Having at least 33 per cent ore the
ordinary Tip Burners.
call and see it.
I & CONNELL CO,,
434 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Cures Colds, Lays Out LaGrippe,
Cures Incipient Consumption.
Manufactured by G. ELMEN
DORF, Elmira, N. Y and for tale
by the trade generally.
MEGARQEL & CONNELL,
Wholesale Agents, Scranton, Pt
M I Pure White
bhsj ond Very
MARTIN & DELANY'S
Arc still offering the large stock of goods from
25 to 5o per cent, below cost.
These Goods Must Be Sold
And if you want bargains come and get them
DR. E. GREWER,
The Philadelphia Specialist, and his asso
ciated stuff of English and German
physicians, aro now perma
nently located at
Old Poatoffice Building, Corner Pnn
Avenue and Spruce Street.
The dootor la a graduate of tha Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, formerly demon
strator of physiology and surgery at the
Medico-Chlrurglcal college of Philadel
phia. His specialties are Chronic, Nerv
ous, Skin, Heart, Womb and Blood dis
eases. DISEASES OF THE HERYOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dlizlness, lack
of confidence, sexual weakness In tuna
and women, ball rising in throat, spoU
floating before the eyes, loss of memory,
unable to concentrate the mind on oita
subject, easily startled when suddenly
spoken to, and dull, distressed mind, which
unfits them for performing the actual du
ties of life, making happiness impossible,
distressing the action of the heart, caus
ing flush of heat, depression of spirits, evil
forebodings, cowardice, fear, dreams, mel
ancholy, tire easy of company, feeling aa
tired In the morning as when retiring,
lark of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, consti
pation, weakness of the limbs, etc. Those
so effected should consult us Immediately
and be restored to perfect health.
Lost Manhood Restored.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your phy
sician call upon the doctor and be exam
ined. He cures the worst cases of Nerv
ous, Debility, Scrofula, Old Sores,
Catarrh, P.les, Female Weakness, Affec
tions of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Cancera and
Cripples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred
and confidential. Office hours dally from
9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday, 9 to 2.
Knclose Ave 2-cent stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
I will pay one thousand dollars In gold
to anyone whom I cannot cure of EPI
LEPTIC CONVULSIONS OR KITS.
DR. E. GREWER.
Old Post Office Building, corner Pna
avenue and Spruce street.
fliT 11 IE
WYOMING AVE, SCRANTON.
STEMWAY I SOU
KRANICH I BACK
STULTZ I BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
1V1DED FROHTS. 6W
Special Attention Given to BuIms
and Personal locouti
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303 Sprue Street. Scranton, Pa.