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WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Funeral of Joseph Beaveri Services
Conducted at the Simpson M. E.
Church-Iolerm.nt in Washburn.
At the Simpson Methodist Kplscopnl
Church yesterday afternoon funeral
services over the remains of the late
Joseph Heavers were conducted by the
pastor, ltev. J. H. Sweet. The church
was tilled with friends of the deceased.
. prominent anion;,' which were the old
soldiers. The deceased passed through
the civil war.
A quartette from the church snnff
three hymns. The sinters were 'Will
iam Jones. William Whitman, Klla
(iodshall und .Stella Yohe. Many flor
al tributes were presented. The pall
bearers were Abiahum Polhamus. T.
1'. Albro, Morgan lAke, Chester Cam
eron, Thomas 1& Allen and Albert
Klutz. Interment was made In Wash
burn Street cemetery.
PREPARING FOR THE RALLY.
The West Side contingent of the Re
publican county committee held Its first
meeting last eveninj In Jones' hall on
North Main avenue. The purpose was
to make final arrangements for the
mass meeting In Mears' hall next Mon
day night. Everything Is now In readi
ness. The speakers will be ex-Mayor
John H. Fellows, Representative John
H. Farr, Attorney James J. H. Hamil
ton, and Hon. J. Hall Osborne, ex
Vnitcd States consul at CShent, Belgium.
At the committee meeting last night
every member was present. The -Jif-ferent
features of the local campaign
ns It pertains particularly to Hyde
Park were discussed nnd all looked
more than bright. To the mass nu-et-ltg
Monday night every West Side vot
er Is Invited.
A very enjoyable nnd novel social
preceded by an entertainment was con
ducted last evening at the Jackson
Street Haptist church. The method of
peeking and finding partners was men
tioned in yesterday's Tribune. Par
ticipants in the entertainment were:
Misses Annie Williams, Alice May
Williams, a cute little reciter; Allla
Jones, Anna and Kate Griflln, Nettle
Lewis, E. K. Griffiths and the Colum
On Thursday evening at the Wash
rmrn Street Presbyterian church the
following; courses will be served as a
supper: Corned beef, boiled ham,
baked beans, brown bread, wheat
bread, pumpkin pie, crullers, plcules,
coffee and tea and the regular side
dishes. This supper Is a part of the
Harvest Home celebration which will
begin Wednesday night under the di
rection of the ladles o the church.
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Ir9. Dershlmer, of Newton, Is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. W. H. Klme, of
The Welsh Philosophical society will
meet this evening.
Waco Council, Daughters of Poco
hontas. "raised" the chiefs on Wednes
day evening: Mrs. Becker, pocohon
tas; Mrs. Delhi, first scout; Mrs. Cu
hoon, second sc"Ut; Mrs. Cole, Winonn;
Mrs1. John Held, Powhatan; Mis.
Wetherhog, Mis. Wllilnnis. counsell
ors; Mr. Evans, keeper of record-; Mis.
Walters, assistant keeper of records;
Mis. Norah Wheeler, prophetess; Mrs.
I'tter. first warrior.
Miss Anna Mason, of South Main
avenue. Is visiting in Wilkes-Bnrre.
Mis. Frank Williams, of Williams
port, Is visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Miller,
of Washburn street.
Uev. M. S. Hard will speak tomor
row morning at the Simpson Meth idist
Kplscopnl church on "Church Extear
sion." iMr. Hard Is a famous worker
in Methodist circles. His enthusiasm is
Miss Myrtle Fraunfelker, of South
Main avenue, has returned from a visit
nt Mt. Pocono.
ltevecca avenue between Lafayette
and Swetland streets, Is Hooded tor a
distance of 150 feet. Street Commis
sioner Kinsley says It is due to the
fact that property holders have filled
In the old ravine at that point, and
he proposes to ask councils to com
pel them to open up the waterway.
Mrs. Pewter, of Torrytown, ,N. J Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Smith,
of South Hyde Park avenue.
Mrs. Child's and son and daughter, of
Ilrnzil,' 111., are guests nt the home
of Mrs. W. T. Sproats, of Bromley ave
nue. Mrs. Keller, of North Bromley ave
nue. Is visiting In Blnghainton.
Theodore Meyers, who has been a
drug clerk at Jenkins nnd Musgrave's
will leave on Monday to take up a
Pimllnr position at Wllkes-Burre.
Frederick Boldry and son, Charles,
and daughters, Minnie and Mable,
THESE CHILLY AUTUMN
1 FOR 1AM; 61
We place ourselves in your way
and want your next clothing pur
chase, especially if you want good
clothing; with style and character,
and at a very moderate price.
If the clothing we furnish you Is
not as you want it in every particu
lar, return and get your money.
, Ct.tcre DeaHng Clothlars, Hattars FurnJs'uri
oi th? Stibiipbs.
have returned from a visit at Niagara
Edwin Bowen and Moses B. Morgan
will sing at an entertainment to be
given In Taylor on Monday evening for
the benefit of Abel Jones and famny.
Miss Clara Jones, of Bloomsburg
State Normal school, is spending Sun
day on this side.
Winfleld Fellows is home from Laf
ayette for a few days.
Mrs. Robert Evans and Mrs. George
Easterly, of North Sumner avenue, re
turned yesterday from a four weeks'
visit in West Virginia.
A Iwjy named John Meyers was
knocked flown by a carriage on North
Main avenue last evening. The front
wheel ran over the little fellow's leg,
badly bruising the member. He wa
The Elite Dancing class will meet
Tuesday evening, Oct. 20. Following
that date the class will meet on Mon
day evening ns usual during the te
mainder of the season.
Best work at the Crystal Laundry.
The latest and best styles, Roberts,
126 Noith Main.
Dr. I'.W. Cotborn, Dentist.
Rooms 144 North Main avenue.
West Side Utilities Directory.
HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
104 South Main avenue; two doors from
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 709 West Lack-
Mrs. Jackson's Sunday school class
of the Baptist church, held an enter
tainment in the W. C. T. V. rooms on
Penn avenue, Thursday evening. It
was liberally patronized and proved a
success. The following Is the pro
gramme which was well' rendered:
Welcome song, class; recitation. Miss
Lizzie Brandt; soprano solo, Miss Hat
tie Cullender; recitation, Miss Dillie
Jackson; bass solo, Mr. Johns: selec
tion, by trio, Mrs. Mills, Mr. Llnney and
Arthur Hudson; recitation, Miss Ber
tha Conger: soprano solo, Mrs. Mills;
dialogue, "The Investigating Commit
tee," nine girls.
Mrs. Frank Depue, of Penn avenue,
has returned from St, Louis where
she has been attending the state W. C.
T. IT. convention, as delegate from'the
Green Ridge I'nion.
Miss Eva Doesey, of Delaware street.
Is the guest of friends In Forest City.
Miss Annie Reney, of the Honesdale
Independent, Is at Joseph H. Reney's
on Sanderson avenue, In response to a
telegram stating that her mother, Mrs.
Reney, Is very 111.
Mrs. M. D. Farnham and daughter,
Leone, of Breaker street, spent yester
day with friends nt Carbondale and
Judd Stevens, of Capouse avenue,
will spend Sunday at Plttston.
IJ UN MO UK.
Mrs. Elmer Jackson, of Clay avenue,
has returned home after spending a
few days with friends In Moosie.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Miller, of An
cram, N. T are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. William R. Wilson, of Brook
Mis. M. Melsner, of Blakely street,
has returned from a two months' visit
at Asbury Park, N. J.
The public schools will all be opened
Monday morning after a week's vaca
tion, due to the teachers' institute be
Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Haughton, of St.
Mark's, returned from their wedding
tour last night.
John Quinn Is making extensive im
provements on his property on East
Arthur Kelly Is seriously ill at his
home on (Julncy avenue.
The handsume new residence of T. E.
Boland is rapidly Hearing completion,
and when finished will make the mi at
attractive building on Potter street.
A petition has been presented by
the property owners of the patch, situ
ated in thi Sixth ward, asking the bor
ough to place a fire hydrant and an
arc light at the corner of Adams ave
nue and Larch street. They claim the
locality to be entirely unprotected from
lire and a dismal dark place at night.
They also Included In their petition a
request that the borough engineer
grade Adams avenue between New
York and Larch streets. This portion
of their petition has been granted
Much complnlnt has been made
against the Traction company for
charging an extra five cents from the
corners to the borough line.
Nothing Like It.
The great crowds that attend Davl
dow Bros', auction sale of watches, etc..
Is the talk of the town. Nothing like
It has ever been seen before,
Try Jordan's one-half minute stews.
DAYS MUST BE A
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Eleventh Ward Club Will Hold Rally
Next Week-Philip Schoera Hand
Caught lo a Coj Wheel.
The Eleventh Ward Republican club
is making arrangements for a great
demonstration to be held some evening
next week. Dr. A. Kolli Is president of
the club and the reason why It is not
dellnitely known now the date on which
the meeting will be held Is because the
committee In charge of supplying
speakers Is so hard pressed bv applica
tions from all over the county that all
requests cannot be met just at once.
But assurances have been received
that the meeting will be held about the
latter part of the week. The Eleventh
ward club is desirous of having the
credit of one of the most enthusiastic
rallies of the campaign.
INJURY TO PHILIP SCHEUER.
Philip Scheuer. of the firm of Scheuer
Bros.' Keystone bakery.of Brook street,
sustained a painful accident a few days
ago while making repairs on the ma
chinery. His left hand got caught be
tween two cogs and the thumb was
crushed so that amputation limy be nec
essary. Dr. Kolb attended him, and
has hopes of being able to avpld the
SHORTER PARAGRAPHS OF NEWS.
Miss Lena Scholl, of Cedar avenue,
tripped on a rug in the parlor and fell,
her left arm being broken at the elbow
joint. Dr. Kolb attended her.
Miss Golden Compton, a domestic In
the employ of John Linder, is conval
escing after a 7-weeks' attack of ty
Henry, 2-year-old son of Prof. Ack
erman, organist of St. Mary's German
church, died at 2 o'clock yesterday
morning. The funeral will take place
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. William Klrchoff, of
Irving avenue, are receiving congratu
lations over the arrival of a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tisdeii are happy
over the arrival of a daughter at their
Gospel meeting for all young women
Sunday afternoon. 3.45 o'clock, In Young
Women s Christian Association rooms,
1021 Cedar avenue. Captain Masland,
of the American Volunteers, will ad
dress the meeting. Come and bring
some one with you.
New stock of elegant wall paper and
paints at Borcher's, 713 Cedar ave.
Best worK at the crystal Laundry.
It Is Oar Pnrposo
in calling your attention to the
benefit of good printing to reap
some benefit from your necessity.
It keeps the public posted on what
you have at your store that is nec
essary for their comfort. A well
printed circular will attract at
tention, and rivet in their minds
where they can purchase to the
best advantage. We do that class
Miss Katie Monday, of West Plttston,
returned to her home yesterday after
a few days visit with Miss Hannah
Davis, of School street.
Miss Emma Humphrey, of this place,
is visiting friends at Wllkes-Barre.
Miss Rachel Jenklns.of Warren street,
will leave today for Wllkes-Barre.
Miss Mary Davis, of Warren street,
leaves today .for a visit with friends In
Ray Barber, of vv eatherly. Is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Barber, of Thompson street.
Miss Mae MacNIcol, who has been en
tertained by Mrs. A. H. Kelsllng, of
Short avenue, for the past few days,
returned yesterday to her home at Oly
phant. Rev. J. Mcnuinness will preacn to
morrow evening at 7 o'clock In the
Primitive Methodist church.
At the Puritan Congregational church
tomorrow. Rev. Newman Matthews
will preach in the morning on, "The In
fluence of our Conceptions of God," and
In the evening on' "Human Brother
hood." Among other things the bear
ing of this subject on the present politi
cal campaign will be considered.
The Trilby dancing class met last
night In Company II armory.
The ureen Kldge Assembly dancing
class will meet In Brown's hall, on
East Market street, this evening.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church held an entertainment
and soclul last evening, in the church
Rickaby and Dove, of Old Forge, and
Jennings and McGowan, of this place,
will play a match game of hand ball for
$100 a side this afternoon. The game
will be played at O Malley's court.
James C.errlty. of Plttston. Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Stanton, of
Edward George, of Market street, who
has been seriously 111 for the past few
months, Is able to be around again.
John Loftus, of Leggett s street, re
sumed work yesterday after a brief Ill
An entertainment for the benefit of
John Salmon will be held In St. Mary's
hall, on Nov. 6.
Miss Margaret Cllfford.of Carbondale,
has returned home after a brief stay
with the Misses Collins, of North Main
Miss Cella Healey, of Plttston, Is the
guest of friends in this section.
Miss Lizzie Flannoliy, or rittston.
who has been visiting Miss Sadie
Noone, of Green street, has returned.
ONE MAN WHO MADE MONEY.
Orator Received an Answer Sooner
Than He Expected.
From the Washington Star.
'Judge Denny, of Lexington, had a
peculiar experience In Menifee county,
Kentucky," said a man from the b:ue
grass state to a Star reporter. "Tha
judge Is one of the most eloquent stump
speakers In the KepuDiican party, ana
no one can make a stronger tariff argu
ment. He was charging the Democrat
ic administration with the financial de
pression In an outdoor meeting near
Frenchburg. 'Who.' he asked, Mb mak
ing any money? If any one is I would
like to see him.'
'After the meeting closed a man
came up, and, taking the Judge to one
side, said: 'I'm the man yo" axed for In
meetin. 'Course I couldn make no
sign In that crowd, but I am ready to
"You are what man? asked the as
The man that's makln" th' money out
hyar you talked 'bout.'
" 'Oh,' replied the Judge. "Well, what
are you making?"
' 'Nothin but half-dollars, but I hev
a brother In Bell county who makes
dollars, an' I reckon I could git yo'
some. Yo' hev a pow'ful chance ta pas
em goin' 'roun', hut I never wouid a
thought to spoke If yo' hadn's axed for
"The rather startled statesman coulJ
do nothing but make nn appointment
with the man, and then leave the coun
ty as quickly as possible,"
To Crro n Cold in One Dnv.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
fails to cure. 25 cents.
Uniformed colored porters i i charge
of day coaches on the Nlckl Plata
HS W AS POSTED.
The Old Slajc Driver Showed tha
Uostan Lr.dy That He Remembered
From the San Francisco Pout.
She was from Boston and was on her
way to the geysers. She had rendered
the stage driver thoroughly uncom
fortable by throwing great chunks of
botanical and geological Information
at his head, and he had about reached
the determination to frighten her with
stories of highwaymen till she would
get inside the coach, when some gnarl
ed and twisted oaks attracted her at
tention. "Do you know how old those trees
are?" she asked, .and was preparing to
launch a whole row of figures at him
when he surprised her by answering
"How old ore they?"
"Thiee thousand und six years.'.'
"How do arrive at such accurate re
sults?" "Well, a smart young woman from
Boston what knows all about it told
me they were 3,000 years old, an' that
was six years ago, so they must be
three thousand ami six now goln' on
three thousand an" seven."
Mrs. J. E. Harding, after a two
weeks' visit with her sister In Scran
ton, has returned homo.
Miss Mary Williams, of Orange, N.
J., Is enjoying a visit at her cousin's,
Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Williams.
Mrs. Madison Harding, who has been
Indisposed for a few weens past, is now
connneu to ner ueu.
Mrs. W. H. Driggs. of Brooklyn. N.
Y., who has spent the past four weeks
here with relutlves. Is now In Scranton
with her cousin, Mrs. Francis Snyder,
Mrs. Sarah Williams Is In Wllkes
rtiirre visiting her sons, Harry and
Preparations are going on for the
entertainment of the old soldiers next
Thursday. Committee meetings will be
th order from now on.
Next Monday evening Ralph Bing
ham, the "boy orator," will give an en
tertainment at the opera house.
This week's issue of the Nicholson
Examiner was 2,500 copies.
Survival oi' the Fittest.
Bobble "On my way to school this
morning I met the new boy who has
moved in next door."
Mrs. HlnKo "Yes, and here's a note from
the teacher saying you were late."
Hobble "That's nothing. The new boy
uiun i get mere at an. iruin.
YOU WILL BE WELL when your
blood Is rich, pure and nourishing.
Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood
rich and pure and cures nil blood d.s
eases, restoring health and vigor.
HOOD'S PILLS are easy to' take,
easy to operate. Cure indigestion,
We cannot only boast of prices extraor
dinary low, but also for tit, quality, style,
rut and general appearance of eveiy gar
ment. This is an entire new department
ami Is replete with nil that Is new and up-to-date
Ideas bought with great care from
manufacturers of repute only, which
gives us the right to
TOP COATS of English Covert Cloth. We
have a special fine assortment of nobby
cut garments, well mmle and lined us
low as $10.00; others up to $18.00. This
department la in charge of Mr. D. E, I)e
lany, formerly of Messrs. Martin & De
limy. $8.00 BUYS a fine Blue or Black Cheviot
Sack Suit, single or double breasted,
latest cut, properly trimmed and fin
ished, guaranteed absolutely fast color,
better for $10. $12 und $1.1.
SCOTCH TWEED SCIT8 In Plaids and
Stripes. There is thnt smart tailor tone
in these suits coupled to all that Is re
fined and correct in tone and the prices
range from $12.00 to $18.00.
MIKING, BUSTIH AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mills,
Luzerne county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BEMN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District
US WVOMINO AVENUE, Scranton, Pa
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORD, Plttston, Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON, Plymouth. Pa,
E. W. MULLIGAN. Wilkes-Bnrre. Pa,
Agents for the P.epauno Chemical Com
(aav's High Explosives.
What Sarah Bcrnhord ay
m TA-m CI 1 M
. WE COURT CRITICISM
. Aud compurisou of assortments, qualities and prices. The cnormoos
business we do is the result of our indefatigable zeal and care In the
selection of goods worthy of our patronage. The great saving possi
bilities are no small factor which enables us to draw the crowds we do
OUR SPECIALS THIS WEEK ARE AS FOLLOWS :
Trimmed Huts I FELT HATS
A great display that has called forth
thousands cif enthusiastic com
ments, none can dispute the fact
that we have the largest nnd most
beautiful line ever shown in this
city, one hundred Trlium d Tur
bans in all the newest shapes,
trimmed with Velvet, FYailiers,
Braid, (limps. Aigrettes, Ornununts
could pot be bought elsewhere un
der $3.50 and $4.00.
Our Price This Week $1.08
Two hundred Trimmed Hats, each
one of which is a beauty In itself
no duplicates. They ara all
trimmed as nil our hats are. In the
height of la-hion and the most be
coming styles. Some of them
trimmed with 4 to 8 ostrich plumes,
others with beautiful flowers nr.d
aigrette effects: some made of Vel
vets, some of finest quality Chenille
Braids. Not a one would ccst you
elsewhere less than $S.00 to $10.t0.
Our Price. $4.98
Children's Trimmed Hals
Exquisite, dainty, becoming Hats
for children and mls.-es marked
Qtc, $1.48 and $1:98
VELVETS, LACES, VEILINGS,
RIBBONS AND ORNAMENTS,
The largest assortment In the city
at positively the lowest prices.
Hats Trimmed Free
THIRTY YEAR 5 PER CENT. FIRST MORTGAGE COLD BONDS
FREE FROM TAXES. THE SPRINQ BROOK WATER SUPPLY
CO. INTEREST PAYABLE APRIL 1 AND OCT. 1.
The Sprlns Brook Water Supply Company offers to (he pub
lic ONE HUN DIIEI) THOUSAND DOLLARS oftlic above described bonds.
The company owns and controls the water supply of the Lackawanna
and Wyoming Valleys, from Scranton to N'antkoke, including, among others,
the following cities and boroughs, to wit:
WIIkcs-Barrc, Plttston, West Pittston, Avoca, Duryea, Wyo
ming.Luzernc, Kingston, Edwardsvllle, Parsons, Miner's Mills, South
AVHkes-BiUTC, Ashley, Sn?ar Notch, Warrior Run, etc. The bonds
are secured by mortgage on the entire system.
The company has no hesitation in offering and recommending th?sc
bonds as a safe and desirable investment. The history of the company
in the system shows that water companies are free from the fluctua
tions and disturbances that affect industrial and railroad enterprises. A thor
ough investigation of fhe Wilkes-Barre
forty-Gvc years, shows an annual increase over the previous year, without
exception, and this through a period covering several financial panics and
the Civil War.
The company is taking care of the increased growth of the valley in
its demand lor a good and pure water
being held In the treasury lor this purpose.
Sealed proposals will be received
bonds offered, until Wednesday, October 2oth, 1896, at to o'clock a. m., at its
office, at Scranton, or any of the fallowing banks, where further information,
if desired, may also be obtained:
SECOND NATIONAL BANK, Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
PEOPLE'S BANK, Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
FIRST Y VTI0NAL BANK, Plttston, Pa.
MINERS' SAVINGS BANK, Plttston, Pa.
DEPOSIT AM) SAVINGS BANK, Kingston, Pa.
SCRANTON SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO., Scranton, Pa.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK, Scranton, Pa.
MAXWELL A GRAVES, Bankers, 143 Liberty St., New York.
ah bids should be addressed to The Spring Brook Water Supply
Company. The company reserves the right to reject any or all bids and all
bonds for which bids arc accepted arc to be paid for within five days after
Oct. :Sth. The officers and directors of the company are us follows:
I,. A. N aires, President, J. Itogcrs Maxwell, Prci. C. It. It. of N.J.
C. 1). Simpson, Ueo. F.UnkcPren.lfit National Bnnk,N.Y
Lemuel Aincrmnn, Vice Pres. W. F. IIallstend,(Jcn..Man.D.,L. Si W.Il. It
T. II, Watkins, Secretary. John Wcllcn Hollcnback.
Samuel T. Peters. Itobcrt C Adams, Treat uror.
Morgnn II. William.
THE SPRING BROOK WATER SUPPLY COMPANY,
By L A. WATRES, President.
i ci m
Has been predicted all through the
season lust past. THIS IS THli WAY
HUMBEKS HAVE BEEN REDUCED,
'96 Pr.ce. '07 Price.
Roadster, $110.00 $115.00
Tourist, 112.50 117.50
Lady Kurnlur, 117.50 122.50
Racer, 125.00 150.00
Prices scorn high, but then you
know it's IIUiMBi-K QUALITY.
GHASE & FARRAR
515 LIndan Street.
NEW STOCK OF
AtHRS. H. CRAHER'S,
J7M0 CEDAR AVENUE,
Felt Turtans and Flats, new shapes
Fine Camel's Hair Hats in all
shapes and colors, worth 75c.
Velvet bound English Felt Hats in
all the newest shapes, worth T5c.
Fine Felt Hats and Turbans, swell
est shapes, never sold under $1.23.
Finest Imported Fur Felts in all
the best shapes, every color, never
sold under 11.50.
and Walking Hats
Fully trimmed, best quality, worth
$1.25 to $2.00.
Ou r P rice 75c an d 98c
FANCY FEATHERS, ,
BIRDS' WlNdS AND
Colored Birds and Black Parrots,
Tilack Birds with Paradise cflect,
Paradise Pompons in every color,
Ostrich plumes, very flne, worth BOe.
At 37c and 48c
Ostrich Tips and Plumes In all col
ors, very full and fine, and worth
double the money.
Water system, covering a period of
supply, a sufficient number of bonds
for the uhole, or any part of the
StcrlitiR Silver Shirt Wnist
Sets, worth 05c to $1; choice
for SOc. Worth $1.25 to $1.75;
choice for l.O0.
Sterling Silver Belt Buckles,
worth 3.50, t $2.51). Worth
$2.50, at $1.75.
Closing Out nil our Fin
China at about Half Price.
Genuine Rogers' Triple
Piute Spoontt, Forks and
Knives at reduced price. lin
l eu Sets, Ice Pitchers, Cake
Baskets, etc., finest plate, new
styles, very low pricei. At
our New Store,
. 130 WYOMING AVENUE
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
drand Special Sale of
ORIENTAL RUGS CARPETS
AT 124 WASHINGTON AVE.,
BY MICHAELI AN BROS. CO . of Armenia.
We will otlor ver due Persian Rurfi and
Turkish Carpots, our this fall's importation
at 40 par cunt less than their actual valua.
It will be to your ii.terest a Brent deal to as
our collection ami examine our prices If jroa
need a nioa Kuu at a bargain.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19.
K ELL AR
THE ONLY MAGICIAN.
Mr. Kellnr will present In tbls city the Identi
cal programme given at Daly's Theater,
New York City, during bis run there.
Seven Full Stage Illusions
Tbe Famous Feats of Hindoo Fakir Re
produced. The Most Wonderful Entertain
ment Ever Presented.
PRICES Gallery, igct Balcony jc and "CI
Orchestra Circle, goc; Orchestra, gc; Par
lor Chairs, ti.oo.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct !
Great Big Joyous Surprise,
65 Entertaining Artists 65
BRICES-rjallsry, i$ci Balcony, age and
JSC! Orchestra Circle, gw, Orchestra and
Parlor Ct airs, 73c.
Wagner A Rels, Managers,
John L.. Kerr, Acting Manager.
Matinee a. 15. ' Night 8. ig.
60 people, 2 brass bands; grand orchestra,
Plckinlnny drum corps, S quartettes, mando
lin sextette, Afro- Aroerlcr.ii Swiss Bell Ring
ers. 2U great jubilee shnuters and dancers.
The Original New York Cast. A OrsndCak
Walk, introdnolng 20 c lebrutecl prize win
ners. onderf ul Noenlo Effects. Grand Noona
day Parade. PRICES OF APSIISSION
Matinee, Children, 18 cents; adults, 2S cent.
Evcninj, 2o..aoo. anfl 60c.
Mjndij, Tuesday and Wednesday, Octo
ber 19, 20 and 21.
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performance dally. Door open at
1.S0 and T. Curtain rise at 130 and HI
At 400 and 402 Lacka. Are.
lous Swiss 1110
Combined with Prof. P-erger Wonderful
AUTOMATIC EXPOSITION, for a few days
only. Ureateat, grandest, most ingenious,
elaborate and scientific collection of automatlo
works in th world. Complications of ma
chinery, unparalleled monutnenta of genius,
skill and patienc. Everybody should see
them. Open Is. n. to 1U p. m.
Admission to all. Including reserved Mat
for ladies, ONLY 10 CENTS.
And You Will be Happy.
The way to keep your borne comforta
ble at this s eason of the year
is to buy one of our
Gas or Oil Heaters
Just the thing for your dining
room in the morning, or your bath
room, and in fact any place you
want a little heat without start
ing your furnace or boiler.
We have over 20 styles sizes of
cas heaters, and 10 or more of Oil
Heaters. Without question the
best assortment in the city.
FOOTE fi SHEAR CO,,
119 WASHINGTON aVEIUl
HEART LAKE, SUSQ'A CO.,
U. E. CROFUT, PROPRIETOR
THIS HOUSE Is strictly temperance, 1
new and well furnished and OP14NED TO
THE 1'UBUC THIS YUAR RuUiMD. I
located midway botween Uinghamton anj
Scranton, on the Montrose and Lacka
wanna Railroad, six miles from D., L. A
W. R. R. at Alford Station, and five mile
from Montrose; capacity eighty-five,
three minutes' walk from railroad station.
House altuated 100 feet from th lake,
wide veranda extends the entlr length
of tho taouss. which Is 100 feet
Row Boats, Fishing Tackle, Etc.
Free to Quests.
Altitude about 2.000 feet, equalling In this
respeot th Adirondack and Catsklll
Fine proves, plenty of nhade nnd beautl.
ful scenery, making a Hummer Resort urt.
excelled In beauty and cheapness.
Dancing pavilion, swings, eronuet
grounds, etc. COT,r BPR1NO WATKH
AVn PLENTY OT? MTT.W
Rats $7 to Sio Per Week. $1.5 Per Day.
Excursion ticket told at all station oa
Dm I W. line,
rertw cbu all trains.