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THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNINGr, FEBTtTTAltY 3, 1S!)7.
S20 Wyoming Ave.
E A D E R
308 l'enn Avenue. A. It. WAKMAN.
Frank Thomas, of this cits, has' be-Mi
granted a patent foi a pad foi noises feet.
The lniiinnei and building committed
of the Loaid of contiol will meet, n p'e
tHelj, tomotiow night and Filda nljjnt
A mat I luge license was giuntul jest-i-daj
b the Cleilc ot the Coiuts to John
McNamce end Mail llealey, both ol Hits
Thele will be a legulai meeting ot the
boaid of health at their looms In the.
Municipal building Tluusdaj, Teh. I, at 3
The funeral of Ansll Men 111, who dl 'd
Monda at Haiilsbnrg, will take. place
TluiiiHlny morning at 11 o'clock at Poster,
The Sei.inton Whist cbib will send a
team ot pjavois to itlnghamton Fildav
night to pia a team lepiesuitlng t'le
Whlht did) of that citj .
The funeral of John Kogan took pin e
jtsteidaj Horn his late icsldcncc on Hall
loul avenue Intel meat was midu n the
Ilsde Paik Catholic cemeteiy. A liqulum
mass was celebiated in St. Petoi's ca
thedial. ("andleinn da , othenvlse known as
In Peast of tne J'urlllcatlon of the l)lc"-srl
Ylihin .Marj , was obseived In the Cat 10
lli ihuiclus. of the citj jesteiday. At Kt.
J'eter's cathedral a nurnbei ot masses
The Delaware, I.irkawnnnn nnd .VeMt
ern Halhoad coni)an will pa toclaj at
tin Hampton and Sloan mines Tho Dd'i
wan and Hudson Canal company paid lis
emploses jesteiday at l.eggett's (''leek
and Munlno hhalt at PioWdenee.
The Waltc Comeelj coinpan piodueed
"Lost I'aiadise" betoio a laigL audience
at the Academy last night In the alter
noon "The Uluek Plag" was .khh. This
aftiinoon the bill is "The Inside Track,"
and toniglrr "The Pi luce of Lluu."
The National Tube Woiks compjn es
ter Ja.v obtained an attachment execution
ngulnit Swan .V Son, which directs th"
hlicilff to seize all of the elleets of the de
fendants In the hands, of the Dickson
Manufacturing companj ot this clt.
"iesterday moinlng the limeial of Jeie
miah Hynn took place fiom his late home
on C.ipouse aenue A reiiulem m.iss
was celebrated In St. l'etei's ealheli.il
and Intel ment was. made in IIde June
Catholic temotery. The funeial was
Class No U or the l'enn Avenue ISaptlst
chuich will hold its anirtial enteitainment
tomoiiovv evening In the lecttne loom of
the church. Miss Amanda Nichols, in
stiuetor of the class, has miangtd a pio
grnmino consisting of pleasing mu&lcul
and llteiaiy numbei.
The Dalton Gun club has accepted a
chalkngo fiom the Nicholson Uun club
to a "shoot" on the Dalton mounds on
Satutda moinlng, Peb. (J. TJiu mimbtrs
of the Dalton club are William Phillips,
IMwaul Miles, c. M. Stieeter, H. D.
Swaits and II. N. Dean.
The report of WVathei Obseiver H. 11
Paine for the month of Januaiy shows
that the lalnfall dining the month was,
only one-hair of an inch. Theio was a
snowfall of five inches during tho month
The mean ttmpuiatuio was 2J'i degiees,
which was 3 degiees coldei than Dccem-
The suit of the John Chjuch company of
Cincinnati, O, against Guernsey Uios,,
which occupied all the time ol the last
teim of eiiult couit, was icsuined Muii
day befoie Judge Gunster. It Is liable to
occupy anothei week Tho dillcienee be
tween the parties is a piano account, tho
plaintiffs .iHegtng that Gueinsej lit us.
aie Indebted to the John Church company
In the sum uf Jl.uuO.
ANNUAL A1EETING OF GUN CLUB.
It Wns Hold Last Xight in Hotel
Jo mi) n.
The annual meeting of the Green
Itldgo Gun club was held In Hotel ,Iei
mvn last oveulnir at which the follow
ing olllcers weie eleeted foi the ensu
ing j ear: President, Geoige W. Schla
ger; vice piesldent, Sim Davis; cap
tain, W. Weidebuseh; tieusumi, A. W.
Juilsch; setietniy, John Pioud; dliec
tots, J. D. Mason, II. D. Swaitz, II. M
A Jurlsch piosented a gold medal
to bo shot for nt a club liaiidkup, the
conditions being thnt the member win
ing for the most times dm lug succeed
ing mouths shall become owner. It
wns decided to Impiove tho club house
nnd grounds and hold shoots on tho
111 st and thlid Satuiduys of each
It wns also decided to wilto to tho
state game conunlsslonei.s and ask for
a rtinft of new game laws, stating tho
club's position on tho question of sell
ing game and hunjlng out of season.
W, II. Whately was unanimously elect
ed a member.
The flist shoot for the Juilsch medal
takes place at the club mounds Satur
day next at a p m,
Linen Suitings for Golf and Iltcyclo
'Ult3 now open. Flnloy's. '
I'M' Original Anli-Suciir lliitton
'i your collais wljen laundrled at the
ickawanna, 30S Penn uve,
Coli'liuilcil l.mt Mulit lit t hu Penn
Awuitlc! BiiitUt Church.
The sixteenth unnlvursniy or the or
KtuilziUlon of tho Nntlonnl Cliilstlnn
lliirtenvut society was llttliiRty ol
wi'ivud lant evening In tlio lectin u 100m
of the l'enn Avenue HaptltU chinch
under the auspices of tho Chtlstlnn I2n
doavor Miclety of that chinch.
It was a union meeting of nil the city
IjiuleavoHTH und miinv of tho pastois
of the city were inesent, while all
Clnlstlau Kmlcuvor societies weie ui
reientod. Thi" meeting wns opened by
a In Icf souk set vice, after which How
Joseph K Dixon, D. D., made the nd
diess of the evenlnir. It was, entitled
"I'ecttllai People" and. was listened to
with much Intel est.
The lemainder of the ovonlnc was
spent In social diversions. Much pleas
uie wus deihud from the candy booth,
lucated In the south end corner of the
loom, and ovei which Miss Kilna Judd
pieblded . ,
EXCELSIOR CLUB'S EUCHRE.
Cnnl l'nitj Include Supper
The Hxcelslor Hoclul club lust night
Kae a pioKiosshe euchie paity which
pioved a most onjojable affoll and con
cluded with Mippet uml a dance
The piipei were Won bj the following.
Flist iiilzpt, Miss L. Goodman and
Samuel Kiamoi: second pilzes, Mrs.
L Mniks and Chailes Wormset , third
pilzes, Mis. H. M Goldsmith and .1.
Fieemnn The p.uty was ananged
and conducted b a committee compos
ing William Moiris, chaliman; Sol
Oettlngei, AVIlliam Moses and
WORK BEING HASTENED.
Tho Uuinrd lllectiic Plant Will
iiish I'uu'ui Tonight.
The woik of installing the new ma
chine! y In the Sci .niton Illuminating.
Heat and Power company's plant was
hull led along with all possible dis
patch esteida and all last night. By
this moinlng the new dynamos and
two engines will be Installed and din
ing the day the steam connections with
the bollei plant will be made.
Last night the company's beivlce wns
supplied by the competing plants and
pi hate plants which have peifoimed
that woik since the lite on Satmday
The plant Is now tempoiaiily en
clced The const! notion of a new
steel-ioofed stuutuie will begin at,
ssoou as mnteiial can be piocuied.
PREVENTED THE AUTOPSY.
SlicrillN I'ossp Mill Today Accom
pany thu Deputy Coroncis.
The Juiy Innulilng Into the death of
Mis Annie Shutouts', of Duren, whose
sudden and suspicious demise, Sunday
night, was bi ought to the attention of
the coioliti, letuined .1 veulict jestor
day that death vas due to the negll
genco of an unrogls,tered midwife, Mi.s
Doctois I'loi and Btulington, vho
weie delegated to make tho autopsy
yesteiday, weie iodised admission to
the house wheio the dead woman's body
lay and wue compelled to ask the
sheillt foi assistance Today a posse
will accompany them to the house and
the autopsy will be held.
EACH PAID A FINE.
Detective Sihorlicig's Assailants
I'mutl 3." Apiece in Police Court.
Two healings were given by Mayor
Halloy In police court .vesteieluy to the
two men chaiged by Detective Sllvei
btig with diunkei.uv.ss and assault.
Dath wns lined $3.
Pati UK Lynch and Thomas Gallagh
er, the men anested, claimed that SU
veibeig had accosted one of the two
vvoimn with them Theie wus nothing
to substantiate this complaint. Sihei
beig had several witnesses whosctestl
raonj Indicated that the lines Imposed
weie none too seveio.
Com sen's bund ol olive oil Is ab
soluteh pine, onl the (list pic-sing
of the lipe fruit used, no adultera
tion vvhatevei For the table or
medicinal use It hns no uuperloi
D. U COUIIDX,
Wholesale and Hetall.
FLORIDA AND THE SOUTH.
An Idrnl Tiip.
A persomlh conducted paity will
leave Syiacuse for Floilda and the
South on Tuesilay, Match the Dili, going
by elegnnth appointed vestlbuled tiain,
eciuipiied with eveiy mc)dein lus.uiv
known to the tiaveling inibllc. The
Hist stop will be made at St. Augustine
wheie two days will be spent as guests
ot the Hotel Ponce Do Loon. Then
Palm Deach (Lake Woith) with one
week at Hotel Uoyal Polnclnim stopping
on the letuin at Oimoml, Jacksonville,
Sawinnuh. Old Point Comfoit, ami
Washington, Including a lilp en the St.
Johns and woild famous Oeklavvuka
ilveis." Anhlng at Syracuse on letuin
Mai eh 31st.
Tickets, Include nil expenses and ser
vices of tin CNpeilenced conductoi, who
will airango all details Incident to the
trip. For clicular, giving lomplete It
Inoiaiy, cost of tup or any luithet in
foimatlou, npiily to
W n. Diovvn,
City Passenger Agt New Yoik C'ontinl
127 i:.ist Washington St.,
Syiacuse, N. Y.
GOLD IN WESTMORELAND.
Vein of (Juait. Said to IIiuo IIucu
Discoveri'il Near lloiivlior.
Gioenshuig, Pa., Feb, 2. Soino ex
citement has been cieated among the
people living In tho vicinity of Boucher,
In the Llgonler valley, by the an
nouncement of Abtain Beam, an old
citizen, that ho 1ms found a vein of
gold uunitz In tho mountains back of
An anulysls of a stnull quantity of
the quail, by an expert, levenls the
fact that a gloat pin Hon Is a line qual
ity of thu valuable metal.
-g-p-v I rK s5ome-
r 5 .h Wfil of-The.. Juror-s.-- Jk
liPl (A b m ft
ADMITTED HIS CRIME
So Testified Many Witnesses During tlic
Second Day of the Trial.
BETRAYAL AND ARREST DESCRIBED
Shltsll, the I'ulso I'llciul, Tells of
How lie Discovered Cottso's Iden
tity und NhyJIu Disclosed the .Mur
derer to tlii! Autliorltlcs-.Scliii) IKIII
. County Ullluers Tell of His Capture
niul ol'Adinissions Ho .1Iade--Dtlici
Toda will likely fee the clo?p of the
commonwealth side of the Uoiie mur
der tilal. District Attorney Jones ex
pected to Ret In all his evidence yestei
dny but was pieenttd by the absence
of thiee itm?.vi;s. Two of them weie
duink. The thltd was, ejected fiom the
couit 100111 by a Upstair who did not
know he wui a witness, because he In
sisted 011 Kolnn up ft out.
One of the mlsalnir witnesses Is the
Impoitnnt one In the case. Jle Is Jo
seph ItemlnlsVty, who was with the
accused when the nun del whk commit
ted and who was tiled for the cilim- and
acquitted, as described vesteiday. He
will testily todav and it Is said, he Is
disposed to do all he can to fasten tho
clime of oung Gouse. He and the oth
er defaulting witnesses weie taken Into
custody by the sheilrf and will be on
hand Mil eh, today.
When couit adjoin nod Monday after
noon Jucoh Sciappa was on the stand
testifying to his witnessing the muider.
YLleiduy morning at the opening of
couit he went on to tell that he with
Michael L -Isle and Mrs, Goue weie
dl Inking at the Gouse homo Sa'niday
nt tot noon. Old man Gouse upon com
ing home dim woik joined thm for
a while but later went to mending shoes
and letir'd to bed eailj. Young Gouse
and Uemlnlsky also spent some time
dl inking with the pait during the af
ternoon. Altogether they got aw.iy
with two gallons of beei and live quuits
of whlkoy between two and six Veloel;
Sciappa says he became so di unk that
he could not stand and that Mis
Gouse uncliesscd him and put liim to
bed about 7 o'clock. He awoke nil hour
later to find his money gone and this
sobeicd him, somewhat About mid
night he was amused by u dlstui banco
in the house and, getting out of bed,
he saw the defendant and his father In
mi nltei cation. The son was demand
ing di Ink money and the father w as
thieatenlng to send for the police if he
and his companions did not stop their
noise. The fathei went for a constable
an 1 soon after his letuin the son, and
Hemlnlsky attacked him,
SAW TDK BLOW STIcUCK.
Sciappa says ho saw young Gouse
stilk his father with the lion last
twice. After the flist blow the old man
shouted foi Klaus who lived uiistahs.
The second blow felled him to the llool
and lendeiod him uneonsciouu. Mis
Gouse came in fiom the back yaid
about this time and scolded her hus
band foi sending for a constable. The
old man was unconscious and could
not leply. On cross-camlnntIon Sciap
pa denied that he had told dlffeient
putties he had not sue.T the minder or
that ho Tvas so diunk he could not tell
whnt wus going on.
James Hussell, the Mahanoy City con
stable who ai rested Gouse, told of the
piisonei's attempt to escape, of his hu
Ing admitted while lu the lockup that
he stiuck his father because ho was
going to have him m tested and of his
again admitting, while on the tinln
coming hither, that he stiuck bis father
with the lion last, lie asked the con
sfable if he thought be would be
hanged for it. He said lip would be
satisfied If ho got oft with two joins
William Savltskl, who disclosed
Gouse's Identity to the Mahanoj City,
authoiltles, was the next witness. He
told that he lived in Foi est City at the
time ol the mill del and on the day fol
lowing saw Gouse theio and learned
that lie was accused of lnuideilug his
father. He aftotwnids moved to Ma
hanoy City and one day happening into
the gioceiy stole, wheie Ciouc was
employed, lecognls-ed him and asked
him: "Aie von not the man I saw In
Fin eat Clt, who was accused of killing
his, lathei "" Gouse caught him by the
u m and lending lilin out nl the store
said: "Nooi say an thing about that."
The became fust fi lends aftci that and
one time hcaelmltted to the witness that
it was tine he hud hud trouble with
till fathei and stiuck htm with an lion.
He nnd Gouso had a falling out and
then It was he told 'Squlie O'Bilon that
Gouso was,n inindeiei.
CAUSD OF BCTUAYAI,.
On cioss examination it developed
that the double between Gouse and
the witness, which led to the betinyal,
was of a eiy slight nutuio Slvltskl
was defendnnt in a law suit In whlcji
his biother-lu-lavv ,was piosocutor.
Gouse was summoned by him as one
of his witnesses. The case was delayed
tlueo dus and Gouse feailng he would
lose his job went back to Mahanoy
City nt the end of the second day.
The ease went nsjnlnst Shltskl and
blumlng Gouse for his defeat betiuyed
him to the althoiltles.
Justice of the Peace O'BiIen, of Ma
hanoy City, to whom Shltskl made the
dlsclosuie and befoie whom Gouso was
brought for u heaiJng, testllled that
Gouse claimed ut tho hearing thnt he
was FiitnU Huehko nnd that ho never
heatd of such u place us Aichbald,
Later on at the luck-up when Infpimed
that he was w-unted In Lackawanna
county for killing hit) father ho denied
that ho did the killing, but udinltted he
stiuck his father with an lion.
The next witness was Adolpli Klaus,
w ho lived on the lloor above the base
ment In which the minder, occuiied.
About 1 o'clock In the motnliiK, he said,
he heard a- noise under his bedioom
window and looking out beheld young
Gouse and Uemlnlsky standlni; on tho
baseiuont stairs. He heard Uemlnlsky
say: "Now you bo In the house and
step your father's mouth," nnd then
both went In.
HEARD OLD MAN CALL.
A moment later witness heaid old
man Ooiibo call to him "Klaus! Klaus!
those men are roIiik to kill me!" Then
theio was a sound of u blow and a thud
as If Home one had fallen to the lloor.
Gouse nnd Uemlnlsky came out of the
house and went In the dliectlou of
Main stieet. Witness hurriedly diet
ing himself came do.wn stalls and
peeied thiouRh the window of Gouse's
room. 1'hp old man wns lying on the
lloor In a pool of blood and Ills wife
Was walking about the lloor crying.
He went back and told his wife and one
of the boat del s of what had happened
und together they went to the Gouse
Mis. Gouse could not tell them what
weapon hud been used, but upon look
ing about thi' room he saw tho lion
last lying on the lloor Mth the dust
blushed off one end of It. lie remained
at the house two bourn. On going ill)
stubs to his own looms he encoun
teied young Gouse leturnlng to the
house. In answer to witnesses' ques
tion as to why he had stiuck his fath
er, he said: 'He angeled ine and 1
had to light him." He admitted hav
ing stiuck him with the iron, but de
nied the stabbing.
Thomas Weiss, of Archbald, told of
Gouse coming to his house at 4 o'clock
on the nioinlnt: of the minder and of
his admitting belme he began his flight
to Finest City that he had stiuck his
father Ills wile, Mis Susannah Weiss,
coiioboiated this and also told that
Hemlnlsky olfeied Gouse his shoes, the
l.Utei having left the house In his
stocking feet. She also testllled to hav-Ing-attendeiLold
man Gouse duilng the
time that he was laid up with the
wounds. Dlstilct Attornoj Jones at
tempted to elicit fiom Gouse's alleged
dying declaiatlon that it was his son
who hnd mm del ed him, but In his pie
limlnaiy questioning he could not es
tablish the iiecessiiiy gi omuls, pilncl
p.il among which Is that the dying man
nppiehended death, and as a conse
quence could not biing out tho death
GILDRA ON THE STAND.
Justice Thomas Glldea, of Aichbald,
Ideiitllled the lion weapon, told of is
suing the wauant foi Gouse and of
Gouse admitting to him on the way to
the county jail that he stiuck his fath
er. Ho also' Ideiitllled tho defendant
as John Gouse.
Mr. Iiallentlno tried to bring out on
oi oss examination that Justice Glldea
hnd also committed hemlnlsky for the
same cilnio, but couit lilled this out,
when Mi. Jones objected. He succeed
ed, hovvevoi. In bilnglng out the fact
that a cobbler's knife, which It wns
supposed made the stab wounds was
tinned over to the dlstilct attorney by
Constable John Mcllalo was next
called und testllled to the seaieh foi
Gouse which immediately established
his flight. Mi. Ballentlne asked the
witness if he line! not also auested
Uemlnisky for the murder of old man
Gouse, but he was not peimltted to
answer, when It was shown that only
one name appealed on the wauant.
It was necessary to adjoin n an hum
befoie the usual time owing to the ab
BEFORE JUDGE ARCHBALD.
Pivc Cases Disposed of in Court
Kooni .No. 'X esteiiluv .
Five cases weie disposed of by Judge
Ai ohbalri In coin t l oom No, 2 c stet daj
In tl.lee of them John Summon, the
"Tenor of Slate Hill," was defendant
Elizabeth Kellly charged him with ma
licious mischief and assault and battel y
and Muigjiel Bums uccused him of
assault and battety. He was found
hiillty In tho lust two cases and m the
thlid the costs weie divided Attinnej
M P Caw ley, lepiesentlng Mis He illy,
assisted Assistant Dlstilct Attoine
Thomas lu tl e piosecutlon. Ml. O'Bii
en appealed foi the defense.
Isaac J. Levene, a Caibondalo Jewell v
pod(ll"i,'w,is acquitted on the chuige of
laiceii by bailee pel felled by E. D
V'osbmg, a wholesale jeweler of Ulng
hamton, It being show n that the goods
in question, two gold watch tuses,
weie not hold In bailment but purc,hasd
on ei edit and that ehll pioceedlngs
should bo foi in ot prosecution in the
case Levene made tl'o plea when he
was asked to account for the watches
that lie had boon tubbed of them one
da while going to Foi est CIt. Detec
tive MiGicsnei went on the stund yes
teiday and swoie that he had been
hlied by Levene to hunt up the thieves
but aftei a shuit time Levene called
him olf the case telllns him that the
lobbeiy stoiy was a bluff to gut time
fiom his cioditors.
The jury in tho Chuich robbing case
biouht In u verdict of leeching stolen
goods against Edwin Jones, who wus
caught disposing ol the goods, and ac
quitting Joseph Wllpon and Mai tin
Mooie, who, Jones said, gavv him tho
A nol pi os was onteied In the case of
Chailes Ileitis chaiged with ussuult and
batli ry by Samuel M. Miller,
In. the case of tho commonwealth
aguinst Miles Laugnn, for violation of
election laws, attachments weie Issued
fin William Aloes, John Sllvlnskl and
Fiank Soluskl, delimiting witnesses.
with soft button holes. The Lacka
wanna Laundiy, 30S Penn ave. '
Great bargains In hair switches nt
Konecny's, hair dresser, 317 Lucku. ave,
Tho Original Anti-Swear Button
In your eollum when laundrled at
Laekuwunna, 308 Penn ave.
REV. E. L. MILLER
TO LEAVE SCRANTON
lie Is the Pastor of Trinity Lutheran
CALLED TO SOUTH BETHLEHEM
Unanimous Cull Hoeciied Two Weeks
Ago Wns Accepted Yestuidiij--Wlll
Conduct His Lust Service Ilcic
IVIi. U8 and Assume His Saw Pas
torate, on .March I - -1 Ins Accom
plished illttc.li During His Nine
Years with Trinity Church.
Bev. Edwin Limn Miller, pastor of
Tilnlty Luthoinn chinch, ban accepted
a call to St. Mark's Lutheian chinch
at South Bethlehem. He will pi ouch
his final set moil heie on the last Sun
day In this month nnd assume his pas
toiate In South Bethlehem on Match
1. Ho bus not yet tendeied his leslg
untliin to the Tilnlty eongiegutlon, but
It Is pie.sumed he will du so net Sab
bath. The call Is a unanimous one and was
sent heie on Januaiy IS by U. A. An
drews, piesldent. and L. D. Hitter, soc
ietal y of the St Mink's congiegatlon
REV. EDWIN Ll'NN MILLCH.
A yeai ugo the same church extended
to Mi. Millei a call which was de
clined. He will succeed Kev. Dr. S P.
Hughes, descilbed as an excellent and
seholuily man, whose talents aie lec
ognize In the general s nod, but w ho w 111
letlie f i inn the mllilstiy on account of
AN ENERGETIC CLERGYMAN
In Scinnton church elides, lnteido
nominatlemally, Mr. Miller Is recog
nized as a lieigyman of a gieat deal ot
enotgy, liberality and honesty of pui
pose. For the immediate advancement
and benefit of Tilnlty church ho has
accomplished much since coming to
Scinnton In Foluunij, 1SSS The
church, then n mission, beenme self
sustaining In the second jeai of his
pastotato. A debt of $7,000 has been
wiped out and tbloe missions estab
lished, St. Maik's, on the West Side,
St. Paul's, lu the Noith End, and the
Slnvonlan mission at Peckville.
St Maik's congiegatlon possesses n
$2.1.000 edlllce at South Isethloliem;
though lucoi pointed so recently ns In
1SSS, It is one of tho most uethe in
the Pennsylvania nilnlsteilum.
Mr. Miller has the distinction of be
ing In a dliect family line of Ameiican
Lutherans down fiom Coniad Roellet
who was one of tho slgneis of the
Pennsylvania mlnlsteiium constitution
In 17 IS. Rev Isaac Roellei, a grand
son ot Coniad Roeller, was .Mr. Millet's
gioat uncle und foster father, the gene
ologlcal line being unbroken In Luther
nnlsm on this continent.
PRESIDENT OF LUTHER LEAGUE
Mr. Miller wns the flist piesldent of
the Pennsylvania Luther league, oi
ganled at Htuiisbuig in 1SMI, and was
one of the active paitlclpants at the
oiganizatlon of the National ltague
In Pittsburg two yenis ago. He grad
uated fiom tho Keystone State Nounal
school when 10 eais old, fiom Muhl
enburg college, at Allentown, in 1SS.
and fiom the Lutheian Theological
seinlnaiy at Philadelphia in 1SS3 He
Xnj Augrnrk Collier, Caimvaii
it Stokes, Coal Operators
Egg, Stove and Cliemit.
AT MINES, ,$2.00,
ColllCl', Gibson St., Tenth waul
Olllce, 13(1 V) timing avenue. Stiict
attention given to 01 tiers by mail.
BEST SETS OF TEETH, S8.
Inchulliig tho piinloss oxti acting of
teotli by tin eutliclr now piocuss
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
321 Spruce St , Opp. Hotel Jerm n,
inn M ilnn
bUll , oil. ufjil ,
REDUCED. REDUCED. REDUCED.
Blade Fur Rugs $1.75, former
Javanese Rugs, 26x54 inches, to
close $1.00, worth $1.50.
0x12 ft. Japanese Surs
x$ ft. Japanese Rugs, 60c.
Brussels nitre Rugs Half Price.
30x60 inch $1.50. Mat size 50c.
SKdi? S ITKIIC
came hcie from Doylestown, the coun
ty seat ot Bucks countS'.
During Mr. Miller's nine-year pns
toiate In Scrunton 2R4 niembets have
boon tocelved Into the chili fit, He has
always been bbsoived as dtaudlhg for a
conservative and chutchly type of Lu
thoinnlsm. Ho Is popular among his
brother clergymen who will, no doubt,
lend with regret this announcement
of his ptoposed lemovnl.
with soft button holes. Tho Lacka
wanna Laundiy 30S Penn ave,
Tailor made fall suits and overcoats,
latest styles, John Boss, 307 Spiuco
250 XX White Envelopes for 17c. nt 3c.
Store, 623 Lack'a. uve
Steniii Heating and Plumbing.
P. P. & M. T. Howiey, 231 Wyoming ave.
Tho following Is a list of display curds
Kept In stock at this olllce anil for
sale at ten cents each:
Kooins foi' lent.
This property for sale.
House for rent. ,
House to lot, etc.
Still Paice Cutting
Tor the- benefit uf the People. I'lne Capes
unci Jiickets nt I.cj 1 linn Half Price,
What was $7.00, is now $2.98
What was 10,00, is now 4,75
What was 14.00, is now 6.50
What was $5.00, is now $2.49
What was 10.00, is now 4.75
What was 15.00, is now 6.95
bill IJARUAINS IN FUR CAI'IiS.
W. R. BLACK'S,
132 Wyoming Avenue,
Sawyer's flillinery Store.
We have recently add;d a full I'm:
of Candies to be sold at thu uniform
price ol 20c. per 11). The assortment
consists of some 50 dilleieut kinds.
The tmalit is A Xo. 1, being maim
factiucil from the finest and most
wholesome stock. Upou these merits
we solicit jour patronage.
Per J( lb.
Chocolate Cream Walnuts 5c
Chocolate Covered Dates 5c
Grecm F.llwls 5c
Fine Caramels 5c
Bumf Almonds 5c
Cream Almonds 5c
Cream Walnuts 5c
Cream Bon-Bons 5c
Mix Thorn to Suit Yourself.
Soliie Piano Stands at the Head
AND J. V.'. flUCUNSr.V Stcnds ot tlic Mead
in tho Music tmclc. You can nlwaja irut a
better lj.iri,.iln lit Ills beautiful wiirorooma
thin at any othor placo in tho city.
Call and btti f 01 join self btforu buIuif,
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. GUERNSEY, Prop.
406 Lackawanna Ave.
Opp. Wyoming House.
4 ill in-lw'
423 Lackawanna Avaniu,
And Cut Glass.
Great Reductions in All
Watches and Clocks Re
paired on short notice.
Our cntiic stock of
CLOTHING, ITS 111
In both our stores, 412 Spi'llCC St.,
and 205 LucklUUUUM AU'.,
will be closed out at
PRICES EXTRAORDINARILY LOW
to facilitate a speedy wliid-up
of our business.
Is a new luldition to our stock
at Bottom Prices. Opened an
other new line of
Prices and styles talk, as wc
are selling lots of it.
C. .T. WMCHEL,
Mcars Hide, Cor. Wnili. and Sprue: St
k MILL CO.,
Gas, Plumbing and
Electric Light Wiring.
ROT WATER HEATING
434 LACKAWANNA AVE,
A. E. ROGERS'
213 LACKftWAHNA AE.1UI
Look at our $10 Gold Wutches,
Wtirraiitud 15 Years.
213 Lackawanna Avenu3.