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THE 6CBAXTOX TBIBUNE THUBSDAT UOBNIXU. APJJIL 30.. 18516.
OHrntne and Kcnshau.Williams Wed-dings-Other
News of the Day
Across the Klvcr.
The weddlns of Miss Nettle Margaret
Fern, of North f umncr avenue, to At
torney Charles KuetMie .Olver, of the
wntrul city, oocum-d at 4 o'clock yes
terday afternoon at the Simpson Meth
odist K!isi-0!al church on North Min
avenue.' 1'hcedince was tilled with In
vited friends of the contracting parlies.
I'nder the direction ct Clarke the larpro
auditorium had been beautified with
Krounlnes of potted plants, (lowers, ami
ferns. When the britlal party marched
down the aisles and stood, surrounded
by banks of preen, Bt the chancel, the
picture presented was very beautiful.
Itev. J,-It. Sweet, the new pastor of the
church, read the nuotkil rites. It was
his ttrst marriage since his pastorate
at the Simpson.
Miss Adeline Hall, of Hampton street,
was muld'Of honor and 1!. " Kern,
brother of the bride, acted as best man.
.Miss Kerns' father, John Fern, save
away the bride. The weddlnR trousseau
was a handsome sl'.k brocaded crcpon.
pearl gray- In color, with a bodice of
Duchess lace, and pearl trimmings.
Hhe carried a bouquet of bridal roses.
Miss Mall costume was of Persian
chevernux. trimmed with lace and vel
vet. Miss Hall carried pink roses.
Miss Annie Williams played weddins
marches from LohenKiin and Mendels
sohn, respectively, as the bridal party
made the entrance and exit to and from
the church. The ushers were: V. Her
bert Hall. James lMmmlck, W. F.
Hoyle, and Wellard A. Peck, of Klm
hurst. After the weddlncr a reception
was held at the home of fhe bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fern, of
Sumner avenue. The weddiiiK Rifts
were numerous. On the K.1S Delaware,
Ickawanna and Western train Mr.
and Mrs. olver left for an extended
wedding- tour. The trip will include a
visit to Sidney, Jirooltlyn, IlufTalo, and
Ann Harbor, at which latter plnce Mr.
Olver received his education for the
practice of law. They will, upon re
turn, reslf" at their home, 716 North
Main ...iue. Miss Fern Is the youns
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fern
and Is prominent In West Side soclnl
circles. Mr. Olver Is a practicing attor
ney at the Lackawanna bnr. The at
tendants at the reception were:
Mr. and Mrs. John It. Fern and fami
ly, of lSrooklyn, N. Y.; Sir. and Mrs.
Louis Skillhorn, of Philadelphia; Mr.
and Mrs. .William Bid well, of Sidney
Center, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard K
Olver, of Carbondale; Mrs. Lizzie A.
Olver, of BeaL-h Lake, Pa.; Mrs. lieth
pna Stevans, of Stevan's Point, Pa.;
Herbert Olver, of Beach Lnke: Wlllard
A. Pack, 'F.lnihursti Those from the
city were: IJev. 'and Mrs. J'. B. Sweet,
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Trevprbin and
daughter, Pearl, Mr. and Sirs. V. H.
Fern and daughter, Euphomla, Sir. anil
Sirs. B. F. Fern and daughter, Laura,
Sirs. M. Kggert, the Misses Ada Hall,
Annie Williams, Martha Smith, Kate
Johns and Herbert Hall, James Dlm
mlck, W. F; Boyle and B. C. Fern. The
catering was In charge of Sirs. John
Drake, of Wyoming, Pa,
SIlss Alice Williams, daughter of Sir.
and Sirs. John Williams, of North Slain
avenue, and Atticus C. Renshaw, of the
central city, were married at 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon ajl the home of the
bride's, parents. Rev. W. J. Jones, pas
tor of the First Welsh Baptist church,
performed the wedding ceremony.
Bride and groom were unaccompanied.
Miss Williams' costume was of Persian
silk, with lace trimmings. After the
ceremony Mr. and Sirs. Renshaw left
on the S.34 Delaware, Lackawanna nnd
Western train for Newark, where a re
ception was tendered them last evening
.by a sister of the groom. A wedding
dinner was served to the immediate
relatives of the young people at the
conclusion of the ceremony at the
lVnil..,a Vir,m TV,,, 'K..I.1.. 1 t..
.i.iiia mi Willi. I lie III llli: in lif'Ultll
among her many friends, and Sir. Ren
shaw Is employed as chemist at the
South Steel works.
CALLED TO OHIO.
Rev. V.. R, Lewis, one of the best
known Congregational ministers in thl8'
? alley, -has accepted a call from the
.'ont-egatlonal church at Alliance, O.
Mr. Lewis returned home yesterday
after a- (our months' trip throughout
the west. Part of the time was spent
,ii t the scene nt his future labors. He
lias been prominent In local ministerial
clrcleg for the past forty years. At one
lime he was pastor of the First Welsh
Congregational church of this side. Sir.
Lewis will not move his household ef
fects to Alliance, but will pay frequent
visits to this city.
FUNERAL OF.MJRS, O'HARA.
The funeral of the late Sirs. John
O'Hara' took place yesterday from the
lute home on Scranton street. A
requiem mass was celebrated in St.
Patrick's church at 9 o'clock by Rev.
Father Whelan. Father Dunne was
Doctor or Clothier
Will you pay Ten Dollars for a
Swell Spring Overcoat or will you go with
out and let the doctor charge you $50.00
for curing pneumonia?
There are no coats in Scranton like
these. Think of it I Ten Dollars for a
Swagger," Stylish Covert Coat, with a
Twenty-five dollar look about it. Other
Coats other prices, $10.00, $12.00,
$13.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $25.00,
lined with heaviest, richest silk, equal
to the best custom tailor's make.
of fb? Siibiirbs.
deacon and Father McNally sub-deacon.
Father Whelan preached an ef
fective sermon. His theme was on the
question. VWhy do we mourn for one
lutssed away when we can again meet
them oh the other shore?" The rever
end speaker paid a loving tribute to the
deceived. There were several out-of-town
friends of the family at the fu
neral. Among these were John Foy,
M. Boyle and Thomas Siangan, of
Pittston, and James Jordan and Jus
tice of the Pence Cummings, of Oly
phant. The pall-bcarers were Thomas
Kane. John Brown, Matthew Shields,
P. Haggcrty, Dennis Jennings and
Thomas Jordan. Interment was made
in Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
QPARTER OF A CENTl'RY.
Silurian lodge. No. "63, Independent
Or.b r of t;M Fellows, will on next
Friday evening celebrate its silver an
niversary. The meeting will be held
In "the lodge rooms in Kvans' hall on
South Main avenue.' The occasion will
attract to the meeting many of the
prominent Odd Fellows of the city. The
following programme will be rendered:
Selectloa West Side ltoublt' quartette
.iiMitsM Thomas l. Davis
rfulu : William .Morgan
It, c-lt:ition' Hen Oi itllths
A ldi-css Hon. John T. Williams
Selection T. .M. Watkins and party
ltecitution Charles Cmlwgun
Ailihvs W. Uaylord Thomas
Heading of statistical report.
Solo David T. Kvans
Address Henry P. Davis
Duet ...... Messrs. Watkins and Morgan
Hesitation Hen Grillilh
Solo William Morsun
Address, "A Silvered Link,"
M. K. Sanders
Recitation ,..' ;. .Charles Cadwgan
Selection West Side Double qiiurtette
Chairman of the I'vcnins, J. H.
Kelly; musloal conductor. Thomas
(1. lOvans; accompanist, David W.
At the entertainment given last even
ing at St. David's hall under the direc
tion of the Ladles' branch of Irish
Catholic Benevolent ITnion there was a
good attendance. John J. Devlne was
chairman. The programme as printed
in the newspapers was not carried out
In full. Father SlcNally's address was
a very eloquent effort. The speaker re
cited an Impressive poem entitled "One
Hundred Years From Now." From
this the reverend spenker drew his
parting thought, that of Christian per
severunee. Edward Welsh sang two
delightful solos. Sir. Walsh leaves this
week to pursue -a- musical education.
Others -who participated were: Sllsses
Annie Hurst and Veronica WalshSid
ney Hughes, and theSllsses Hurst and
Watson. The entertainment was a
TROUBLE IN THE ARSIY.
There is trouble In the local Salvation
nrmy corps. As before stated there are
several of the soldiers who hnve decid
ed to abandon the regular army and go
with the new Volunteers organization.
These soldiers are principably young
girls und for the past two weeks they
have been accustomed to go to the Price
street barracks and while the meeting
was in progress they do all In their
power to disconcert the worshipers and
annoy the faithful. These actions have
come to such a pitch that the Salvation
ists are determined to stop, what they
call a nuisance. An olHcer of the army
said yesterday that If the objectionable
ones did not desis they would be re
fused admittance to the barracks. The
split hn caused not a little bitter feel
ing In the members of the two factions.
Slajor Pattle Watkins, of the Volun
teers, will address a .meeting at the
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
next Sunday evening. SInjor Watkins
will endeavor to form a Volunteer corps
la this city. This is the purpose of the
meeting. With her will come Captain
Slasland and Lieutenant Green, form
erly of the local Salvation army corps,
and now of the Volunteers. Captain
Lindsay, a musician, will also be pres
TOO MANY HUSBANDS.
A case of diamond cut diamond was
exhibited at Aldermnn John's office
last evening. Scphaninh Williams
wanted the conviction of his "wife,"
Ella Sedden, on a charge of bigamy.
."Sodden" Is not the woman's real name
but she used It at the hearing.. She
formerly lived for twelve years with a
man named McDonnell, of Green Ridge.
She also .wcut through a form of mar
riage with him.
Severn! months ago she learned that
McDonnell had another wife In some
portion of the globe. She left him and
married Sephauiah. Then she desert
ed the latter nnd he brought suit
against her for bigamy, saying that she
had before been the wife of McDonnell.
At the hearing the woman proved that
McDonnell had a wife when she mar
ried 'him, hence the marriage was ille
gal and she was not a bigamist. The
case was 'amicably settled.
HSIALLER NEWS NOTES.
A number of West Side young men
have formed a division of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians, Board of Erin. A
Hatiju "til f raistaj ' Jf f
meeting; was held on Tuesday evening
at Co-operative hall. State Delegate
C. T. Poland and County Delegate
Sliles J. McAndrew. of Archbald. were
present. Permanent organization was
affected. The following are the officers:
Peter McCoy, president: John J. Dur
kin, vice president; Thomas K. Carroll,
recording: secretary: T. A. McCoy, fin
ancial secretary; Richard D. Jennings,
Keystone lodge. Loyal Knights of
America, are arranging for an excur
sion to he run In the nep.r future.
Joseph Oliver, of Eynon street, will
this week move Ills family to West
The child of Sir. and Mrs. Ben Op
skenish. who was burned Sunday even
ing while playing with matches, died
Tuesday at noon.
Sirs. Dr. J. J. Roberts, of South Stain
avenue, has returned from a visit at
New York city.
Robert Owens, of Carbondale, came
down yesterday to see the ball game.
Sliss Sadie SI. Nichols and Miss Lls
xle Quion. of Luzerne street, have re
turned from a visit to Pittston.
Messrs. Fred Wamke and Charles
Yoos spent yesterday angling In the
streams nt Lehigh.
Rev. Willluin St. Hlller. of Susque
hanna. Pa., called on Rev. J. B. Sweet,
at the Simpson parsonage, on Tuesday.
The condition of lus, son of Chief
Fvrber, was somewhat Improved last
Dr. and Mrs. P. F. Struppler, of South
Slain avenue, have returned from a
visit to Susquehanna county.
West -Tide Itusincss Directory.
FLORIST Cut flowers and funeral de
signs a specialty. Floral figures, useful
as gifts, at 101 South Main avenue. Har
riet J. Davis, florist.
PHOTOORAPHEn-Cahlnet Photos. 11.40
per dosen. They are lust lovclv. Con
vince yourself by calling at Btarner'e
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
SECOND HAND FURNITURE Cash for
Anything you hare to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. c. King, 1024 and 1026 Jack
Inflammatory Khearaatisra Cured In 3
Morton U Hill, of Lebanon. Ind.,
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
Rheumatism In every muscle and joint,
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been In bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians but re
ceived no benefit until she tried the
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism. It gave
lmmedlato relief and she was able to
walk about in three days. I am sure
it saved her life." Sold by Carl Lorena,
Druggist, 418 Lackawanna avenue,
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
A Week of evangelistic Services Begun ot
the Y. W. C. A. Rooms-Funeral
of Thomas O'Ponnell.
Miss Sarah Carson, of New York, be
gan a week of evangelistic services at
the South Side Young Women's Chris
tian association rooms last evening.
She began her address at 7..10 and had a
large audience of young women, many
of them not being members. Miss Car
son Is a pleasing speaker and her ear
nest language has been the means of
adding to the ranks of associations
wherever she has been.
Devotional meetings will be held this
and tomorrow evenings, and on Satur
day evening a soclnl gathering will be
the programme. On Sunday afternoon
at 4 o'clock she will conduct a mass
meeting for women and girls. This
afternoon at 2.30 there will be a women's
meeting. She will devote special at
tention the last few days of her visit
to the junior department ot the asso
ciation. FUNERAL OF THUS. O'DONNELL.
. All that was mortal ot Thomas
O'Donnell, of Pittston avenue, was laid
nt rest yesterday In Ml nook a cemetery.
A high mass of requiem was celebrated
at St. Joseph's church by Rev. D. W.
McCarthy. The pallbearers were: John
Conahoy, Thomas Richardson, William
Vesey, James Kane, Thomas Blanche,
and Thomas King. The funeral was
largely attended. Patrick, son of the
deceased, arrived from Pittsburg in the
afternoon ton late for the funeral. A
telegram was sent to him the morning
of his father's death and he was ex
pected home In time, but the train on
which he came happened to be several
hours late and missed connections,
otherwise he would have arrived at 8
o'clock In the morning.
A THANKFUL WOMAN. .
On an outward bound trip a few
ufternoons ago Conductor Patrick
Breen's car stunped at Fig street and
a well dressed woman of middle age
gut on and rode to Smlthville. Her
pocketbook remained behind when she
got off. and In It were $:!5 In green
backs nnd about a dollar in silver. Sir.
Bretn took chnrgc of the pocketbook.
and later In the day when she verified
her claim io It, he returned It.
The dime social of the Epworth
League of the Cedar Avenue Methodist
Episcopal church held last evening at
the home of Miss SI ay me Clearwater,
of Pear street, was enjoyed by the
members of the league In a pleasant
Sliss Margaret Roche tendered her
associates of St. John's church choir a
party at her home on Cherry street
Joseph Hickey, of Cherry street, has
received a special officer's star from
John Westpfahl. of Pittston avenue,
attended the funeral of a relative In
Forest City yesterday.
The funeral of Joseph Klbler will
take place tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock from the late residence, 625
Cedar avenue. '
Dr. and Mrs. Burr, of Carbondale,
are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Alworth, of Slylert avenue.
T. R. Hughes, proprietor of the Green
Ridge market, sold his roan pacer
Dr. Bitterly, of Carbondale, spent
Wednesday In the Ridge.
Miss Mae Klefer, of Dickson avenue,
has returned from a trip to Wilkes
Warren Kimble, of Sanderson avenue.
Is on the sick list.
Mrs. E. M. Rldgway, of Penn avenue.
Is visiting relatives In Tunkhannock.
The Green Ridge Women's Christian
Temperance union will give an enter
tainment in their parlors on Penn ave
nue, near Marion street, tonight at 8
o'clock. Samuel Newton, the whistling
soloist, of Dlckskon City, will give sev
eral fine selections, and Miss Jones, of
Prlceburg, will give several elocution
When Dahy was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When the was a Child, the cried for CmtorU, .
When she become Mlxs, (be clung to Cantoris,
Whea she had Children, she gave them Cantoris.
' ft : . i t.
William, the K-year-old son of Daniel
Lewis, of Putnam street, is suffering
from a severe attack of pneumonia.
Miss Florence Wood, of Honesdale. a
most charming soprano soloist, has
been engaged to sing at the musical
held on Friday evening In the Provi
dence Presbyterian church.
The funeral of E. A. Carson will take
place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from
his home on Parker street. Services
will be held In the Methodist church.
John Healv. of West Market street,
was before Alderman Roberts laat eve
ning on a charge of stealing a bottle
ot whiskey from John Golden. The al
leged theft of the whiskey took place
April 16 In one of the saloons on the
hill. The matter was compromised by
Mr. Hoaly paying the costs ot prosecu
tion. Miss Lizzie Mullen, of Dun more,
spent laat evening with North End
Owen Blglln. ot Rushdale, who has
been visiting friends in Providence, re
turned home last evening.
Miss Louise Downins, of Patterson,
N. J., is spending a few days with
friends in this part ot the city.
Piles.' Piles! Itching Piles!
Symptoms Moisture: Intense Itching
and stinging; most at night; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tu
mors form, which often bleed and ulcer
ate, becoming very sore. Swayne's
Ointment stops the Itching and bleed
ing, heals ulceration, and In most cases
removes me tumors. At druggists, or
by mail, for 60 tents. Dr. Swayoe
CVA M. HETZEL'S
Superior Face Bleach
PositlTtlj Remotes ill Facial Blemishes.
Azalea Face Powder it innertor to any face
powder ever manntantured. Uaed and com
tntnrled by leading today nnd professional
biuties, liccausa it gives the teat peeelble
(fort and nrver leaves the akin rough or
srnlv. i rice 51 cnt.
Thrliogene, Nature's Hair Grower, Is the
greatest oair inrisorator of the present pro
tirewtve air's, liein purely a voidable com-
Kund, entirely liaimltM, and marvelous In
i benpflennt efteeti. All dieiasaa of the bair
an i aca'p are rettitly cured bv the use of
'1 urixnuene. Price .ill cents and SI For sale
at t . II. Httzel'a Hair-dreeslng sad Msnioure
Parlor. KM Lackawanna see. and No. 1 Lan
nlu j Building, Wilkes-Barre. Mall ordera
No Air, No Life.
Acker's English Remedy
reduces the inflammation,
so the patient breathes
freely, and is soon well.
says : " When threatened with
pneumonia, I took one bottle of Dr.
Acker's English Remedy, and the
pain and cough disappeared."
3 sizes, 35c.;Soe.fI. All Drag gists.
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Weakness of Body and
Hind, Kfects of Errors
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planation and proofs, mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
The doctor la now located over
the Famous Shoe Store, 320 Lack
wanna ahenue, where he maybe
consulted on ull cases of K ye, Ear,
Nose aiid 'throat trouble. Special
care given to difficult Lye Fitting.
Mn tMtlfv 1
A Separate Cure for Each Disease
At All Druggists. Mostly
25 Cents a Bottle.
Munyon's Improved Homoeopathic
Remedies act almost Instantly, speedily
curing the most obstinate cases. Rheu
matism cured in from 1 to 3 days. Dys
pepsia and all stomach troubles quickly
relieved. Catarrh positively cured.
Headache cured in 5 minutes. Nervous
diseases promptly cured. Kidney
troubles. Piles, Neuralgia, Asthma and
all Female Complaints quickly cured.
Munyon's Vitallzer Imparts new life
and vigor to weak and debilitated men.
Personal letters to Prof. Munyon, 1503
Arch street, Philadelphia. Pa., an
swered with free medical advice for any
WE ARE NOW
LOCATED IN OUR.
130 Wyoming Avenue.
Our store and stock
speak for themselves
need no puffs from us.
Our friends are all invited
to inspect us.
130 WYOMINQ AVE,
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
loo.ooo Barrels per Annum
RIMING, BUSTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mills,
Luierne county. Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District
US WYOMINd AVENUE, Scranton, Pa,
Third National Bank Building.
TH08. FORD. Pittston, Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH ft BON, Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkos-Barre, Pa,
Agents for the Repauno Chemical Com
pany's High Explosives.
OR. HEBRA'8 .
Removes Freckles, Pimp let.
Liver . Meltt, Blackheads
unburn aud Tan. and ru
stores tbo skin to Its orlgl-
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itMt and hcalthv rnm-N
vilpvlnn. fiunrrlnr to ell fu'J -
preparations end perfectly harmless. At "all
iuufgltt3,rmailcdiorC0ci4, tend lor Circular.
VIOLA 8KIM SOAP M IwmparaM. it a
Stia purlfylDi SMp, WKqutied K Mat MM, ami vtUnot a
ilnl M Uit aiirwrf. aiiuluiclr urt asl eiUMUtj mtUr
taud. Aldrnniiu, Price 2SCMt.
G. C. BITTNKR & CO.,Tot.CDO,0.
For sale by MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN H. PHELPS, Scranton. Pa,
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. . , '. romerty, convenient to carry
n Mret,reajr to Se en Brut lncicatlon of cold.
CoMlnaea fee Effects Fermanea Care.
atlifacUoflnarantecdnrmont-v refunded. Price,
e rta. Trial free at praagltta, KenUtered malL
K cents. a7S.CO!liiXIUr.,Ikmaiiilaici10.l.a.
MtNTHnL Tho " and tafeit remedy for
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Mr for PICKS. Frlee,SActe.ntlruir-Dal ft
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For' sale by MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN H. PHELPS. Scranton, Pa.
PCklckMtfrt Kaill.fc Dlaawaa tlraati.
-mfinai and uniy uennine.
Arc, AlwHTrt rt'lUble, uDir.fi nk
DniTtrM lit' (ft it htstcra KnttHh f)i.i-
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obx-t, ifiitu with liliio rltibun. 1'altO
Heather. ttAidanan-otiM nthnttlitt
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UselUr frt. l ata I .. fa Jeff,- M.
fait ittjvutpi a-stwoniaii. jwh
IS rf a
308 LACKAWAKNA AVENUE 308
It is a pleasure to refer to these fact io calling your :
attention to our special liue of DlfSS Hoods, Capes, ShlH1
Waists and Milliner). v
50 pieces of all-wool Ser$e, 36 inches wide, Q C
in all colors, made to retaH for 40c; your pick LjC
Ask to see our line of Silk and Wool Mixed 7C
Dress Goods, 40 in. wide, worth 1; your pick OC
In Persian and Print Wrap Silk our line at 69c, T5C,
98c and $1.23, are at least 25 per cent, under value.
$2.9$ Silk Cape, nicely made and lined, worth 1400.
. 94.48 Silk Cape. Ask to see this special line, worth $6
We will gire you as good a Shirt Waist for 39c. aa
you can buy elsewhere for 50c. Try it. Xo harm done.
There are poorer Shirt Waists advertised elsewhere
for 98o. than the ones we are selling at 73e. Seeing iy
Don't miss seeing our Millinery. As far aa prices
nnd styles are concerned we defy competition.
Trimmed Sailors at 23c, 39c, 50c. Worth 39cn 50cn 69c
Tbs Electric City Awning and Tent Ceav
any wish to Inform their trienda and estrone
that tbvy have opened an office at 31a Ueden
Street, with Keeee A Long, wberS any orders,
by mail or telopbone, for TonU, Flags, Awn
Inge, Waon Covers or Horse Clothing will be
given careful attention.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
GREAT VARIETY OF SIZES.
434 LICKAWANNA AVENUE
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Moved to His New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrance on aide next to Flirt National
Bank. He has now in a
til Will IE)
Comprising everything requisite for Use
Merchant Tailoring. And the same eaa
be shown to advantage In bla epltn
dialy fitted up room
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Extended to All Readers ol The Trio
unetoCall on "OLD RELIABLE" In Hit
New Buaineas Heme-
itvmf. vsfif'2 JtC&vven wian
16th Day. fW ofMe.
THE GREAT soth Day.
prmlaeea the above reaulta In an days. It artt
nowerfullv aud unirklv. i: whun all oihara fail
Vmiug men will regain their lout manhoeil.audold
meu will rerovpr tlioir youtlitnl vuor by iiHing
KKVIVO. It quickly and auralyrratoKB Ntnena
lioiM, Lofct Vitality, Impotcncy, Nightly KmlMlonv,
Lest IViwer. Falllnc Miniory, Waatina Plw-anM. d
all elnttita of aclfrabiaui or eiremand liidlwn tlou.
which unlitB on for miuly. biuinoaii or niarriagn. it
not only L-nrm) y ntarUtig at t lio wat ot d.seaae, but
is a ureal tiPStM tmile aud blood Imllclor, bring'
lug bacS the Dink glow to pale rheekaandro
aturlng Un lire of youth. It vird oft Inunitr
nil ('(.nsumntlcu. Intlot on having Ri: VI VO.no
,ur. i van ua ramea m vphi iioi-at'i. uy nui
41.00 per Uacke. or nix for 8S.0O. with a noal
Mva-written ffunntntea to rnro"or refund
, no money, cireularlrue. Addreta
For sale by MATTHEWS BROS., Druggists,
,VP m miles
taaeaaiaaaeaaaateaaaeaaer 1 -it,
Mnsr Rsla. Leaaeee and Maaager
AMERICA'S GREATEST ACTRESS,
Supported by FRANK WESTON, JOHN
A. Ellaler and a Competent Cost
pany Presenting Shakespeare's
AS YOU LIKE IT.
MISS ELLSLER AS ROSALIND.
Fiidaj Nigbt, Mat 81k,
Supported by Celebrated Artists.
STEINWAY SON'S . .
Acknowledged the Leading
Of the World,
KRANICHB BACHB and others.
Sheet Music and
Purchasers will always finds cenpleti
stock sad at prices aa low as tbs anal
Ity ot the Instrument will permit at
hi HUL BERT' S
nusic STORE, 1
117 Wyoming Ave. - - Scrantcn
Coal of the best quality for domestt
use, and of all sizes, delivered In any part
of the city at lowest price.
Orders left at my Office,
NO. 118 WVOMINO AVENUE.
Rear room, first floor. Third National
Bank, or ei-nt by mall or telephone to the
nine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be made for tha
gale and delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
. The Finest la the City.
The latest Inprored fnrnitB"'
lap and apparatas nr kecatag
aieat, batter tad egp.
ZX3 Wyoming Ave
WILLIAM S. MILLAR,
Alderman 8th Ward, Scranton
' " ROOMS 4 AND 8 ,
' OAS AND WATER CO. BUILDINO,
CORNER WYOMING AVE. AND CENTER ST.
OFFICE HOURS from 7.30 a. m. to p.
rn. (l hour tutormttBlon for dinner and
Particular Attention (liven to Collection.
Prompt Settlement Uuaranteed. Vour Busk
ass Is Respectfully Solicited. TeUpbeaeiM,
BENEFIT OF HI
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