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THE ECU ANTON TBIBUNE FHIDAY MOBXIXU, OCTOBER 9. 189B.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
ProbtbOity Tkat Rev. W. S. Jones Will
oa Sunday Announce Hit Resi(na
lion, to Take Effect at Oace.
In all probability. Rev. W. B. Jones
will, before the month is over, resign
the patitorate of the First WelHh Bap
list church. Mr. Jones has notified sev
eral of the deacons of his church of his
intention to leave the church and veri
lled report says that the resignation
will be formally tendered next Sunday
nlRht after the regular service. The an
nouncement was made In the newspapers
of this week's issue that Mr. Jones had
received a call from the Carmathan
ilaptist church at South Wales. When
this had gotten abroad it seemed clear
to some people that Mr. Jones' resigna
tion from the South Main avenue
church would only be a question of a
It was thought that Mr. Jones would
announce his resignation at last night's
meeting of the church, but it was not
done. Sunday night will almost cer
tainly see the withdrawal unless, in the
meantime, Mr. Jones changes his pres
ent decision. The reverend gentleman
Is very popular with his congregation.
An effort will doubtless be made to
have him remain. While on his recent
tour of Wales Mr. Jones preached at
the Carmathan church.
Nonstable Joseph Dean, of the Twen-ty-lirst
ward, last evening arrested Jo
seph and Llizle Lambert, husband and
wife, on a charge of larceny preferred
by Joseph Lambert, a relative. Thu
case was amicably settled before Alder
before Alderman John last night Jo
liarcyon, the crack pigeon shot, and
James Stalk, were given a continued
hearing, for setaling thlrty-tlve val
uable pigeons from Henry Wlnthrop,
of Kynon and Meridian street. Tha
young men were held In $300 ball each,
which was furnished.
That poor weary wanderer with nn
unsettled mind, who Wednesday night
gave his name as Jacob Courtrlght, is
slill In the West Side police station,
v hero he was taken. The police au
thorities are making Inquiries.
Kvan Hopkins and Miss Hannah
Rees, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John "t.
Rees, of Hampton street, were united
in murrluge Wednesday evening at the
bride's home. Rev. J. (1. Evans, of
Vamlllng, who is attending the Christ
ian Endeavor convention performed the
ceremony. About fifty friends witness
ed the nuptial. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins
will reside on this side.
The wedding of Miss Ada Farrlngton,
of North Hyde Park avenue, to William
Tidd, of Taylor, brief mention of which
was made In yestenjay's Tribune, was
quietly conducted Wednesday evening
at the home of the bride's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Farrlngton. Rev.
Mr. King, of Taylor, was otflclntlng
clergyman. Hride and groom were un
accompanied. They entered the parlor
while Miss Fannie Scott was playing
Lohengrin's wedding march. The bride
was attired In peurl gray lnnsdowne,
trimmed with lace and ribbons. She
carried Pearl roses. After the wedding
a supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Tldd
will live at Taylor.
MORE LIGHT PROMISED.
Common councilman Joseph Oliver,
'of the Fifteenth wurd. in last night's
meeting of the lorter brunch. Introduced
an ordimuice providing for the placing
of nn electric light pule on Hampton
street, below Ninth. This will be both
nn Improvement and a misfortune, the
latter to the crowds of loafers who In
fest the place. The Fifteenth ward
seems to be fortunate In having two
energetic, councllmen. Mr. Fellows, of
the select branch, has recently removed
the obnoxious condition of bad sewer
age at the corner of Hampton street
und Main avenue.
Fl'NERAL OF MRS. TAYLOR.
The fiwcrul of the late Mrs. George
Taylor, who was well known In this
vicinity, look place yesterday. Services
were held at 2.30 o'clock In the after
noon in the Humpton Street Methodist
Episcopal church. Rev. F. T. Doty
preuched the sermon. The florul gifts
were very numerous. The pall-bearers
were: Richard Hall, John Hall, H. C.
Hlnman and Lewis Hancock, sr. In
terment was made In Forest Hill ceme
tery. NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jenkins, re
cently married, and now at Shnmokin
on a honeymoon visit, have Bent word
here that Mr. Jenkins Is at death's
door, owing to a severe attack of ty
phoid fever. The young couple have
a furnished home on the West Side
awaiting their return. Mrs. Jenkins
wns formerly Miss Elvira Davis.
An entertainment and purse social
Will be held in the Jackson Street Bap-
E IT Ml If 189
trf! MILLION patriotic voters have rcc
II ognized the confusion of our pub
lic politics, and are determined
toinform themselves, and stand like patriots
in the hour of their peril and vote to the best
of their knowledge, for the best interests of
the common people of the whole country. It
means further that every voter wants to
know, not only the doctrines of his own
party, but the views of all other parties and
the reason for the differences Gold, Silver,
Tariff and Free Trade. To this end we have
secured a complete handbook of public po
litical information, edited by Lawrence F,
Frescott, WHICH WE WILL PRESENT TO
THE PURCHASE!! OF ANY MEN'S SUIT.
lym Dealing Clothiers,
of tb? Stibtirbs.
tlst church this evening under the di
rection of the popular Kidelian society,
The Misses Edwards, of Kingston, are
visiting Mrs. J. A. Evans, of North
Hyde Park avenue.
Contractor D. 2. Nichols left yester
day morning for New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, of Columbia,
are visiting Mrs. R. T. Eldred, of North
Hyde Park avenue.
The Lackawanna avenue and Robin
son street pave are being rapidly laid.
Miss Flora Morse, of Pleasant Mount,
Is the guest of Mrs. Thomas Keller, of
The West Side Bryan and Sewall club
held a meeting last night. The speak
ers were D. P. Replogle and C. G. Bo
land. A surprise party was given to Stan
ley Phillips last evening In honor of
his birthday at his home on Price street.
A very pleasant time was spent. Miss
Margaret Phillips attended to the serv
ing of refreshments.
West Side Business Directory.
HARRIET J. DAVIS. FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
1W South Main avenue; two doors from
PHOTOGRAPHER. Cabinet photos, 11.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at starner's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 101 Boutta Main
SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 70 West Lack
OFF FOR CANTON t
The people's excursion to Can-
ton will leave 9eranton tonight
at 7.00 o'clock. Fare only $C75 for
round trip. Return Sunday after
noon, over the Alleghanles by day
light. A grand trip and a grand
speech by the next president at
the Canton end of It. All aboard!
Mrs. Frank Depue, of Penn avenue,
left yesterday for Pittsburg. She wuh
elected delegate to the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union convention be
ing held In that city.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Guard, of Boule
vard avenue, are spending a short va
cation at Gibson, Susquehanna county.
Mrs. Tripp, of Fordom street, has re
turned from Factory vllle, where she
has been visiting her Bister.
A number of persons from this place
attended the entertainment given by
Miss Carolyne V. Dorsey, teacher of
elocution and oratory, and assistants,
at Olvphant, last evening.
William Lynch, of Wuverly, has re
turned home after spending a few days
w Ith the Misses Clara and Minnie Bliss,
of East Market street.
Mr. Knowlton, of Capouse avenue,
has been called to the bedside of his
father In Hyde Park, who Is very low
Mrs. Jackson's Sunday school class
of the Baptist church will hold an en
tertainment in the Woman's Christian
Temperance union room on Penn ave
nue next Thursday evening.
Bruce Leslie, of Norwich, JJ., who
has been visiting friends In the Ridge,
received a severe Injury to his knee
while stepping off the platform of the
depot near Montrose.
Mrs. M. 1). Farnham. of Breaker
street, spent Tuesday at Olyphant.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
There will be a meeting of the Nine
teenth Wurd Republican club next
Tuesday evening at Its rooms In Hart
man's hall to make arrangements for
attending the rally at the Frothing
ham next Thursday evening. ('. W.
Wcstpfahl, president of the club, hopes
that every member will be present.
An ordinance in common council
passed two readings at last night's
meeting providing for the laying of a
llagstone sidewalk on the easterly side
of Birch street, between Cedar nnrt
Pittston avenues. This is nn Improve
metu that Is very much needed. It also
provides for curbing and guttering.
August Haas, of South Wyoming ave
nue, who was seriously III, is Improv
ing. Peter Walters, of South Washington
avenue, was knocked down by a bi
cyclist yesterday near the corner of
Maple street. He Is an old man, and
though no bones were broken, he was
"I have suffered very much with
dyspepsia and sick headache and I did
not obtain relief until I began taking
Hood's Sarsaparllla and Hood's Pills.
I gained very rapidly after I began the
use of these medicines." Mrs. J. H.
Cartrlght, Qaleton, Pa.
Hood's Pills act harmoniously with
Hattsri and Fumlsfwi
n iSBBB. SSk
The Crystal Literary and Dramatic
club rendered "Hickory Farm" In a
capable manner at St. Mary's hall last
night before a large audience.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hannon. of Leggetta street, died
yesterday. Interment will be made at
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery Satur
Mince Stoft, of West Market street,
and Frank Farmham, of Nay Aug ave
nue, left yesterday for Blnghamton to
represent the Epworth League of the
Methodist Episcopal church at the Ep
worth League convention.
Nicholas Baskwell was tried before
Alderman Roberts lata eventng.charged
by George Fanning with slander and
using profane language. Both parties
reside on Theodore street. He entered
bail to appear at court.
Mrs. Lew Manuel, of Pittston, Is
spending a few days with Mrs. D. Da
vis, on Margaret avenue.
Mrs. M. J. Gerrity, of Wayne ave
nue. Is seriously 111.
The Anthracite Social and Athletic
club of the High W0(ks wish to state
that they are not the Anthracite Social
club holding nn entertainment at St.
Mary's hall tonight. They make this
statement as they are running a bene
fit ball for one of their members, Tues
day evening. Oct. 13, ISM. and wish It
understood that they are nownx con
nected with the above. John McNulty,
president; Patrick Martin, secretary.
Mury Dougherty, of Wales street,
who has been seriously 111 for the past
six weeks, Is slowly recovering.
Mrs. C. H. Miller, of Hartford, Sus
quehanna county. Is visiting Mrs. Jacob
Pulmer, on Church avenue.
The Niagara Drumorps will hold a
social at the armory tonight.
Frank Russell, of Davis' drug store,
is spending a few days with his parents
at Deposit, N. Y.
David J. Davis, of Watkins street,
left for Pittsburg, Pa., yesterday.
Miss Mary Duggan, of Mt. Carmel,
Is visiting Mrs. Owen Loftus, on Leg
A very pleasant social will be held at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John
Simpson, of Blakely street, this even
ing by the members of Mrs. Simpson's
Sunday school class, to which every
body Is cordially welcome.
Margaret, the 2-year-old daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. John Hnggerty, of East
Drinker street, died yesterday morning
from membraneous croup. The funeral
will take place this afternoon at 3
The Pennsylvania Coal company will
pay Its mine employes today.
JUNIOR REPUBLICANS MEET.
Addresses by William Con nell, A. T
t'onncll and II. C. Kernolds.
An enthusiastic meeting of the Junior
Republican club wns held In the Cen
tral Republican club rooms last even
ing. Although this Is only the second
meeting of the organization it gave
every evidence of growth, animation
and sincere Interest In the objects for
which It was organized. William Con
nell, the first speaker of the evening, in
a dignified and convincing address ar
raigned the free silver coinnge theory
and the motives of Its promoters. He
also, In a masterly analysis of existing
conditions, demonstrated to the satis
faction of all nresent the cause of the
present commercial stagnation and
money stringency. He maintained the
tariff Issue to the principal one, and
denounced the free coinage of sliver as
n subterfuge of the Democratic party.
In closing he thoroughly Impressed his
audience with the importance of their
votes In the coming election.
Alexander T. Council, the next speak
er, In a business like talk, teeming with
truths and practical object lessons,
curefully delineated the effect of tho
present political uncertainty on local
industries, and vividly portrayed the
many leneflts resulting from McKin
ley's protective policy.
Attorney H. C. Reynolds in the final
address of the evening, delivered an
eloquent vindication of Republican
principles. He dwelt upon the neces
sity of protection, reciprocity and the
maintenance of the single (fold stand
ard. Seventeen new members were en
tered, making a total membership of
almost one hundred.
Unvidow Bros.' Store
Is packed with people every day, as the
goods are selling so cheap. On account
of the hard times and the fact that the
goods are mostly unredeemed pledges,
everybody realizes that they are get
At the regular meeting of tho council,
the following bills were ordered paid:
High constable, $11; Patrick Cannon,
J9.:'5; Frank Little, 15; Joseph Mc
Crncken, $5; costs on nppendlng cases
versus the borough, 119.0".; Michael
Whalen, J2.&0; 1. M. Thornton, $17.08. A
petition from the residents of Browns
ville was presented requesting the
council to grade the old rallwuy be
tween McMillan's store and that sec
tion. The certificate of the burgess'
appointment was read and ordered
spread on the minutes. E, J. Reilley
was appointed chief of police, caused
by the resignation of A. J. Healey, who
will hereafter act as burgess. Treas
urer Cannon reported having -a balance
of $1 .1-13.62 In the treasury. Attorney
McOahren was retained In the cases
pending agnlnM the borough. A com
mittee consisting of Messrs. McLaugh
ling, Conlon and Hodgson was ap
pointed to Investigate the bill presented
by the Spring Brook company.
Mr. E. C. Kcllum will conduct a se
lect night school In No. 1 building dur
ing the coming season.
Misses Rose and Nellie Gallagher, of
ntfston, were visitors In town on Wed
Messrs. Nalley and McAndrew will
conduct a dancing class In Herbert's
hall, beginning Oct. 16.
Master Anthony Clifford, of the West
Side, Is suffering from an attack of
The following Christian Endeavorers
from this place attended the convention
at Scranton: Mrs. D. Both wick. Mrs.
James Moore, Mrs. M. A. Danks,
Misses Lizzie Bothwlck, Snrnh Danks,
Agnes Blggar, Jennie Wood, Carrie
McDonald, Mr. John Connor. Revs. A.
J. Wesley and E. L. Van Worsen.
At a recent meeting of the school
board It was decided that the high
school class would be prepared for
graduation. The curriculum at present
pursued, compare favorably with the
many excellent schools In the county
The A. O. H., II. of A., banquet at
Herbert's hall, on Oct. 28, promises to
be one of the most sociable events of
the season. The following programme
will be rendered at the evening enter
tainment: Opening address, Attorney
McManus; vocal solos. Misses Belinda
Dcmpsey. Lizzie Hlnes, Anna Whalen,
Ella O'Bnyle and Messrs. J. J. Hanlon,
M. J. Coyne, Anthony Ryder and
James McAndrew; recitations, Miss
Mary Maloney. William Jennlnirs and
John Gwynn; piano solos. Masters Rob
ert Webber and John O'Malley; terp
slchorean specialties. Messrs. McAn
drew nnd Nally. Supper will be served
Dy a nrsi-ciass caterer.
Mrs. M. A. Flock has returned from"
Philadelphia, where she has been mak
ing her winter purchases In millinery.
Dnvldow Bros,' Au rt on Hnln
Is drawing the greatest crcwds; no
such opportunity to buy watches was
yer before offered in this city.
A GOOD PRACTICE.
If Yon Want a flood Appetite and
After each meal dissolve one or two
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets In the
mouth and. tnlna-llne- with the food.
they constitute a perfect digestive, ab
solutely sare lor the most sensitive
They digest -the food before It has
time to ferment, thus preventing the
formation of gas and keeping the blood
pure and free from the poisonous pro
ducts of fermented, half-digested food.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets make the
complexion clear by keeping the olood
They Increase flesh by digesting
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
only remedy designed especially for Vm
cure of stomach troubles and nothing
One disease, one remedy, the success
ful physician of today Is the specialist,
the successful medicine is th medicine
Prepared especially for one disease.
A whole package taken at one time
would not hurt you, but would simply
lea waste of good material.
Over six thousand men and women
In the state of Michigan nlone have
been cured of Indigestion and dyspep
sia by the use of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Sold by druggists at 50 cents per
Send for Free Book on stomach dis
eases to Stuart Co.. Marshall. Mich.
The Champions Take the Temple 2up
Serieg"-Corbett Invincible in the
- Box for the Orioles.'
Cleveland, O.. Oct. 8. Baltimore won
the Temple cup by winning today's
game from the Cleveland. The game
was a tine exhibition for six innings,
neither side scoring during that period.
Corbett was In the box for the Orioles
nnd wns invincible. Cuppy pitched
beautifully for six Innings, only four
hits being made off him up to the sev
enth. In the seventh a double, follow
ed by a long single and three outs re
sulted In two runs. Corbett singled In
the eighth and Keeler nnd Jennings
doubled and Doyle singled, three runs
being scored. Weather very cold.
. . .. A.M. It. II. P.O. A. E.
mirscii. II 4 0 u 3 0 II
McKean, ss 4 U 1 1 .1 0
. niWB, 2t 2 0 1 3 0 1
.MCAioer. cr 4 0 0 3 1 0
O Connor, lb 4 0 0 it 0 0
'.iimner, c 3 0 0 2 1 1
.Mel .hit. 3b 4 0 1 0 2 0
llluke, rf 3 0 0 3 0 0
uppy, p 3 0 1 0 2 0
'Wullace 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 0 4 21 W "I
Batted for Cuppy In ninth.
A.H. R. H. P.O. A! E.
.Mourn w, 3b 4 0 o 0 1 0
Keeler, rf 4 1 3 0 0 0
.leiiiuiiKS. 8g 4 112 4 1
iveiiy, ir 4 11 10 0
Doyle, lb 4 1 2 9 2 0
Rolls, 2b 4 0 1 3 0 0
Broilie, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
Robinson, c 3 0 0 0 1 0
Corbett, p 3 13 12 0
Totals 33 5 11 27 10 1
Cleveland 0 0000000 O-O
Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 x 5
Enrned runs Baltimore !i. ' First bane by
errors Cleveland 1. First bnsie on balls
Off Corbett l. Struck out Bv 'iipy 2,
by Corbett 8. Two-bane lilts Keelnr, J.n
nliiKS, Corbett. Double plavs Mt-Ah-er
and O'Connor. Stolen busey Burkett. Me
Qarr. Blake, Ohll.ln, Corbett. Duyle .
Time Two hours, empires Sheridan and
Kmslle. Attendance 1,200.
REVISION OF THE RULES.
Messrs. Illeuilt and Hccdy Issue n
Manifesto lo Democrat.
Chairman E. F. Blewltt and Secre
tary D. J. Reedy, of the committee ap
pointed to revise the rules for the gov
ernment of the Democratic party, have
Issued the following frank stutement to
the Democratic voters of the county:
The committee on the revision of rules
for the belter government of the Demo
cratic party of this county have hud their
first meeting. It is our Intention to sim
plify the rules und as fur as posslhlu to
leuve the management of the party in
the people's hands. Too long has it been
otherwise. Thut there may not be any
misunderstanding us to the Intent of the
committee to consult the rank and tile
of the party lo participate In our deliber
ations we hereby extend lo ull persons In.
terested In the future welfare of the party
to suKRest such rules and amendments as
lo them niuy be suitable to udopt. Thu
committee will be pleased to consider
anything presented them In this line and
should the deliberations of the committee
fall to meet the approval of the party
within the county, we shull feel that It w.is
not because they failed to do their duty
by Inviting the party to assist suggestions
"Too long has It been otherwise" Is
a sentence that many of the Demo
cratic leaders do not like, nnd Mr.
Blewltt will be asked some pointed
PICNIC AT LAUREL HILL
Mt. John's Society, of Pino llrook,
Will Entertnin Trinpernncc Men.
Ample provision has been made by
St. John's T. A. B. society, of Pine
Brook, for the entertainment of the
thousands who will be in the city to
morrow. This society hns chnrge of
the picnic at Laurel Hill park, and
there will be plenty of street cars to
convey to the park those who come to
town to view the parade, as well as
those who participate in It.
Huycs Bros. orchestra will furnish
music for dancing, refreshments will
bo In abundance, nnd games of all
kinds will be on hand to amuse.
Jt'ST A MINUTE, PLEASE. .
lou saw this, of course. And
stopped to read It. So did
your neighbor, nnd his
neighbor, and bo on. Why?
Because it was built to at
2 tract attention. That's what
there Is In advertising, when
it's done properly. We can
4 do It properly for you. If you
will pay our price. We wunt
what the service Is worth,
but no more.
Wntches at Oiicllnlf Price
At the great auction sale of Davldow
Bros.', 217 Lackawanna avenue.
Try Jordan's one-half minute stews.
New York, Ontario nnd M oslem.
The following time table will go Into ef
fect on the New York, Ontario und West
ern railroad, Sunday, October 4:
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondale nt
la.ufi a. m. and 6.10 p. m.; for Hancock
Junction at 10.55 a. m.
Train leaves Hancock Junction for
Scranton at 2.0u p. m.
Trains leuve Carbondale for Scranton at
7.U4 a. m. and 1.34 p. m.
The Finest In the City.
' The latest Improved furnish
ings and apparatus Tor keeping
Y meat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Avenus.
On tlis Price of Our Entire Stock of '
STILL GOES ON.
For Obtaining Gooil, Staple and Logitinuta Merchandise at
$3.00 Hats, now $2.25
2.50 Hats, now 2.00
2.00 Hats, now 1.50
1.50 Hats, now 1.12
5.00 Dress Suit Cases, 3.25
7.00 Mackintoshes, 5.19
YOU NEED UNDERWEAR.
Why not buy our excolleut qualities at our present prices and
save money T This season's goods from leading makers
At Fully 25 Per Cent. Reduction.
Lending Makes or GLOVES, DRESS SHIRTS, NIGHT SHIRTS, BATH
RUBES an) thing and everything In our stores
Way Below Regular Prices.
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Movtd te His New Quarter.
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrance on aids next to First National
Dank. Ho.uus now In a
Comprising everything roqiisilo for flns
UerohHiit Tailoring. And the tame cu
be shown to ndvautage in bis aplen
dialy tit ted up rooms.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
If Extended to All Readers of The Trib
une to Call on "OLD RELIABLE" In Hie
New Business Home
HEART LAKE, SUSQ'A CO,,
u. e. crofut, PROpai -ra.i
THIS HOUSK l strictly temperance, la
new and well turnlshtd und ol'li.VKD l'O
TUB PUBLIC THU YJiAK ROUND. Is
located midway between Ijinghamton nni
Scranton, on tho Montroao and Lacka
wanna Hnllrorul, six miles from D., U &
W. R. R. at Alford Station, and five mile
from Montrose; capacity eiKhty-fivc,
three minutes' walk from railroad station
Hours cltuatcd 100 feet from the Ink",
wld veranda extends the entire lensta
of the house, which is 100 feet.
Row Boats, Fishing Tackle, Etc.
Free to Utiests. r
Altitude about 1,000 fcot. equalling In thM
respect the Adirondack and Catskill
Fine groves, plenty of shade nnd benutl.
ful scenery, making a Summer Resort un
excelled In beauty and cheapness.
Dancing pavilion. swings. craquat
rrottnrt. etc. COT,T SPRTXQ WATER
AMD PLENTY OK MILK.
Rates $7 to $io Per Week. $1.30 Per Day.
Excursion tickets sold at all stations oa
V.. L. & W. lines.
Porter meets all trains.
ON THE LINE OF Tilt
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
aro located the finest Ashing nnd hunting
rounds in the world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to all points In
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces.
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian and
t'nlted States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., Ban
First-Class Sleeping and Dinin? Cars
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
ears fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
way be had with second-class tickets.
Rates olwajrs ler. than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, G. E. A..
433 Bfoddway, New York.
For Infants and Children.
50c. Suspenders, now 25c
50c. Neckwear, now 39c
15c. Collars, now 10c
25c. Cuffs, now 18c
50c. Golf Caps, now... 39c
25c. Garters, now 17c
FOR THE FASTEST
WHEEL ON EARTH,
No Mailer Who Rides It.
B. F. KELLER,
National Meet at Wilkes-Barre,
Was the only man (with ono exception) ont of
the entile Scranton push that won anything,
beating out some of the fasteat men on the
circuit. Again we say, got a Bpaldlng and be
C, M, FLOREY, Agt.
At Rock-Bottom Prices.
LIST NO. s.
Buffalo Prince.. '96, $36
Imperial '96, . 55
Erie .....'96, 45
Prince '96, 36
Sterns '94, 35
Columbia '93, 25
Cleveland '94, 25
Coventry '93, 15
These are all fitted with pneumatic
tires and are lu good running order.
CHASE & FARRAR
5i5lt Linden Street. Opp. Court Houss,
tll.iING, BUSTING AND SPORTIHO
Hanufaetured t the Wapwallopen Kills,
Luzerne county, Pa., and at Wil
General Agent for the Wyoming Dlstrlot
III WYOMING AVENUE, Scranton, Pa,
Third National Bank Building.
TH08. PORDPittston. Pa.
JOHN B. 8.MITH A BON. Plymouth. Pa,
E. W. MULLIOAN. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
WE ARE STILL ROOTING
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Saturday Matinee aad Evening. Oct. I.
An Event That Seldom Happens. We Have
Heeured It and It WIU Be Ben.
The Talk of New York City. Hade Fa
mous by the Mew York world. In
troducing Irland's Kings,
Gilmore & Leonard
And Their Superb Company of Faros
Artists Secure Seats at Once.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
. ONE WEEK. Commenlng
MONDAY HIGHTJCTOBER 12th.
The Versatile Comedian,
Supported by the charm
lag and talented actress,
And a company of recognised players In
a repertoire of comedies and dramas, hand
some v staged, and staged with a car load a
Each Piece a Grand Scenic Production.
Elaborate Properties, flagnlflcent Scenery.
Special riatlnee every day except Monday.
PRICbS; 10, so. arc. Matinee Price, 10,
aoc. Sale el seats opens Friday, Oct. oth.
Wagner A ReK Leasees and Managers.
John L. Kerr, Acting Msnager.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 and
10. riatlnee Saturday.
Villard Lee's Magnificent Scenic Production
III I HEART OF I STORM
Marvelous Eleetrlcal and Mechanical Effects.
The one great soenlo production of the season.
Matinee Prices.... 25c and 50c
Evening Prices 25c., 50c and 75
Wagner A Rels, Managers.
John L. Kerr, Acting Manager.
The Beautiful Play of Roal Life. A
Tale of the Hills of Arkansas,
(By HAL REID.)
Produced on a Scale of Magnificence
Never Before Equaled.
Original Cast from Miner's New York The
ater. Every Particle of Scenery Used in tha
Play Carried bv the company. The Greatest
Produotlon of Modern Times.
Thursday, Friday aid Saturday, Octobsr
8, 9 and 10.
FLYNN & "SHERIDAN'S
A Triumphant Innovation. Two Brand
New Comedies, headed by
Miss CHISSIE SHEltlDAN
The Acme of Burlesque Artists.
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances daily. Doors open st
1.10 and 7. Curtain rises at 2.30 and 1 15.
At 400 and 402 Lacka. Ave.
romblned with Prof. Berger's Wonderful
AUTOMATIC EXPOSITION, for a few days
only. Greatest, grandost, most ingenious,
elaborate and sciontlflo collection of automatic
works in the world. Complications of ma.
chinery. unparalleled monuments of genlue,
skill and patience. Everybody should so'
tbem. Open V a, m. toJO p. m.
Admintlon to nil, including reserved seatt
for ladies. ONLY 10 CENTS.
And You Will be Happy,
The way to keep your home comforta
ble at thisscusjn or the year
is to buy one of our
Gas or Oil Heaters
Just the thing (or your dining
room in the morning, or your bath
room, und in fact any plaee you
want a little heat without start
ing your furnace or boiler.
We have over 20 styles sizes of
gas heaters, and 10 or more of Oil
Heaters. Without question the
best assortment in the city.
i:9 WISHINGTOi IVENUL
Sterling Silver Shirt Waist
Sets, worth HRc to $1; choice
for 50c. Worth $1.23 to $1.75;
choice for $1.00.
Sterling Silver Belt Buckles,
worth 3.Ko, at $2.50. Worth
$2.50, at $1.75.
Closing Out all our Fine
China at about Half Price.
Genuine Rogers' Triple
Plate Spoons, Forks and
Knives at reduced prices. En.
Tea Sets, Ice Pitchers, Cake
Baskets, etc., finest plate, new
styles, very low prices. At
our New Store,
T 130 WYOMING AVENUE
S B G SHOW
MERGEREAU & CQNNELL
fanC's Iil2b Explosives,