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TILE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 181)7.
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writer's true name. To this Just rule
we cannot hereafter make exception.
' The work of building tho Schultz court
sewer has Jiuon, finished. ' -
The Scranton Arlons will give a concert
and ball In Music Hall Monday evening.
Trothcnotary and Mrs. Clarence E. l'ry
or leave this morning for a trip on the Old
Dominion line to Richmond, Va.
Tho auction sale at tho Wyoming House
will close today, when kitchen utensils,
dining room tnl Irs, chairs, billiard tables,
In fact everything that Is left will bo
sold at a sacrifice.
The coroner's jury In tho caso whero
the two Slachel children died from poison
Ing at their home, on the South Side, will
meet on week from tonleht in' the arbi
tration room at the court house.
Thero will be a meeting of Journeymen
Horsoshoers Sunday at 2 p. in. In Ancient
Order United Workmen hall, 41 Lacka
wanna avenue. As It Is a meeting of In
terest to all hoiseshoers, tho Journeymen
of Seranto-i and vicinity aro Invited to
Judge Edwards yesterday heard testimo
ny In tho divorce easu of Sarah Hull, or
Carbondale, against ltichard Hull, to
whom she was married sixteen years ago
and against whom she alleges continued
cruel treatment. T, V, Welles represented
"Summer Homes" Is the title of tho rn
nual vacation guldo hook Issued by tho
New York, Ontailo and Western Itallroad
company. It Is an umisiinlly attractive
volume, handsomely Illustrated and will
be Indispensable to Ihoso who desire to
plan a summer vacation.
NEW TRIAL IS GRANTED.
Judge GuuMcr Snv Court Ilrred
the I.awieucfi Case.
Judge Gunster yesterday granted a
new trial In the case of Allen Law
rence ajrainst the Scranton Traction
Mr. Lawrence sued for damages for
the death of his 4-year-old boy, who
was killed by a car on Adams avenue,
but failed to get a verdict.
The new trial Is granted on the
ground that the court erred In admit
ting the testimony of habitual negll-
ESTATE OF W. A. MANVILLE.
Letters of Administration Grnntcd to
C. Itoliind .Muuvillc.
Letters of administration were yes
terday granted In the estate of tho
late Willis Arthur Manvlllo to C. Ilol
The deceased left no will. The ad
ministrator gave a bond in the sum
New York Dental Parlors, 134 Wyo.
ave. Heat work, best material and
Tho amateur base ball club re-
celvlng before Juno 2fi the greatest
ntimhn nf vntnu 'i a nvnlilA,l ,.
the gportlng page, will rccotvo 10 I
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longer than B days after publlea- -f
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Look thPlil over Inside and nut. A
Crltlcldo tliem nil von c-nn. Tlmir
nro uiiiuw lu wi-iir iiiui III. iney
iinvu i no reputation or tho inra-
ei Miiri jniiiiuructurlntf i'o.
in wiu win-in iH-iuiui mem. cj
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305 Lack Ave
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Was Commemorated in This City by
man school dramatic club
.Undo lis Debut Hcforo n I.nrgo Audi
enco lu tlio School Auditorium.
There Wero Several features Not
Down on the I'rogrnmino-Stuilcnts
Acquitted T-licmsclvas with Credit
In Tmjicdy mid Comedy--llntcr-tnliiincnt
in Crccn ltldgo Library.
The birthday of the Immortal bard
of Avon was commemorated last night
by entertainments of a distinctively
ShakespeaTcan character In tho audi
torium of the high school and In tho
Green Hldge library.
At the high school tho dramatic club
of that Institution made Its debut be
fore an audience that illled the large
auditorium. The entertainment was
under tho direction of Miss Leah
Heath, of tho faculty of the school.
It was In spots what some of tho
youngsters In the audience deemed in
tensely colleglnte. The spots were In
terruptions In the way of beets and
cabbages, which were shied at the
actors on tho stage.
When Julius Caesar was being per
formed, the body of Caesar (Harold
Battln) was carried on the stage, and
as Marc Antony was delivering his Im
mortal speech, "If you have tears, pre
pare to shed them now," some unruly
youngster In the front seat hit tho
sacred remains with a large red beet.
A DECOHATED CAUBAGE.
Previous to this, In the very first
number, "Twelfth Night," while Ar
thur Sancton and Miss Grace 'Will
iams were on the stage, a cabbage,
decorated with beets, came from some
whore and rested with a thump on
the stage. There wcro other beets
that fell like punctuation marks.
Some of tho more dignified students
went for a police oflieer, Patrolman
Moir responding. No arrests were
It mint not be understood by th
public that these little unprograinmed
Incidents were aroused by the acting
ot tho Dramatic club. On the contrary
the young people gave very delight
ful entertainment and ns readers of
Shakespeare showed a great degree of
Intelligence and .some dramatic talent.
Simon Nye, as Mnrc Antony, gave an
especially fine declamation of the fam
ous speech over the corpse of Caesar.
Miss Grace Williams as Viola In
"Twelfth Night," spoke her lines with
remarkable clearness and she has a
good Idea of the style of gesture and
speech peculiar to the professional
The curtains parted at 8.15 o'clock.
The first number was a piano solo,
well played by Miss Anna B. 'Williams.
Scenes from "Twelfth Night" followed.
Miss Salmon, accompanied by Miss
Williams, sang "Word3 of Shakes
peare" and another selection and the
club gave scenes from the fifth act of
"As You Like It." Miss Maud Estelle
made a chnrmlng "Rosalind." Charles
Sweet nlayed a, banjo solo, and was
The second scenes In acts 1 and 3 of
"Julius Caesar" were then performed.
The cast for this was;
Julius Caesar Harold Battln
Maro Antony Simon Nye
Brutus Edward Hughes
Cnsslus (leorgc Orr
Flr.st Citizen Ray Ulco
Second Citizen Walter Shanz
Third Citizen John Newing
Fourth Citizen Harry Hoso
Citizens-It. Hull, Shurtleff, E. .Morse,
Davis, Landau, Moses, Coar, II, Oliver,
Teal, Mellale, Pearson, Spoerl, Brown,
Baas, Schulcr, Ruddy, Cooper.
Edward E. Hughes spoke tho lines
of "Brutus" In a forcible way. Each
play was given In correct costume.
The success of the entertainment
should encourage a repetition. The pu
pils showed excellent training and tho
Interpretation of Shakespeare Is de
cidedly complimentary to the Instruc
tor, Miss Heath.
AT THE GREEN RIDGE LIBRARY.
The entertainment In the Green
Ridge libray attracted a good sized
crowd. Tho Misses Reynolds capti
vated with an Instrumental duet and
Miss Spencer sang.
Tho rest of the evening was spent In
a reading of parts of Shakespeare with
tho purpose of emphasizing his author
ship. LATEST JENNINGS CASE.
Some Few Eclioes from Former Jen-nings-Smllli
Trial Is Probable. '
It Is the purpose of the defendants
In the latest Jennings suit to force tho
Issue to immediate trial. If possible
the case will come up at the next term
of common pleas.
The first notice taken of the case
on the part of the defendants was by
Ira H. Uunib, who entered an appear
ance and plea of not guilty for him
self, yesterday morning. This makes
it unneccss-ary for the plaintiff to servo
oiilclal notice on the defendants and
knocks the sheriff out of a good sized
fee, which, but for Mr. Burns' action,
tho plaintiff would have to pay.
Case No. 1073, September term, 1893,
In which Jennings sues the Lehigh
Valley company, Judge Archbald, Mr,
Uurns, Wlllurd & Warren, Messrs. Am
enniii, Pryur, Kasson and Reynolds,
for conspiracy, was discontinued,
That is an attempt was made to dis
continue it but us court was not con
sulted In the matter it may not stand.
A paper directing the prothonotary to
discontinue the cai;e vena tiled at hla
oirice and that was all.
Major Warren, of Warren & Knapp,
attornpys tor the Lehigh Valley Kail
road company, yesterday filed the fol
In re.: John Q. Jennings va, Lehigh Valley
Itallroad Company. In tho court or
Common Pleas; No, 33, March Term,
Kverett Warren being duly sworn ac
cording to law deposes and says that he
Is of counsel for tho dofendant company
In tho abovo stated case, that tho only at
torney appearing of record for the plain
tiff is Cornelius Smith; that ho Is not at
the present timo a member of tho bar ot
Lackawanna county, so as to be entitled
to practice therein; that this case Is at
Issue. Uverett Warren,
Upon tho strength of 'this altlduvlt
court granted a rule on the riilntlff,
John Q, Jennings, to compel htm to
show cause why ho should not employ
new counsel In tho case, Tho rule U
made returnable April 30, 1897, at 9
o'clock n, m.
Miss Kvto Kncrtnlnx.
Miss Ilessle Kyte last evening enter
tained a number of her friends at the
residence of Kev. J. C. Eckman, of
Qulncy nvenuc. Thoso present were
the Misses Louise Marshall, Margaret
Evans, Ella Brown, Jennie Movie, May
Smith, Acnes Serine and Messrs. Ar
thur Davis, Edwin Hughes, John
Thomas, Joseph Uurrall, Charles Wrlg
ley, lUirt Harrington, Vlck drymbs,
W. II. Van Huron. A most cnjoyahlo
tlmo was spent by those present.
TOO MUCH POWDER IN THE GUN.
It Exploded) Dniigcroiisly Wounding
Peter Prntlsh, of Providence.
As a way of celebrating the Friday
after Enstcr Peter Protlsh, residing
near tho Brlsbln mine, yesterday, was
firing off a gun when the weapon burst
nnd the Hying pieces of iron mangled
Protlsh's arm and lacerated h'ls face.
Tho day Is one of general festivity
with tho Polish race. Protlsh had pur
chased tho gun specially for the occa
sion and as he wa9 Inexperienced he
overloaded It. The concussion threw
him to the ground.
A physician was summoned and the
pclces of Iron extracted. Protlsh's
chances of recovery aro very good, It
blood-poisoning does not set In.
BILL OF PARTICULARS.
Respondents Trying to Make a Farce
of the Dunmorc Election Contest.
Voters Examined Yesterday.
From a cursory examination of the
bill of particulars filed yesterday by
the respondents In tho Dunmorc con
test, It would appear that every man
who Is supposed to have voted tho
Republican ticket has had his right of
Every Republican lawyer In "Law
yer's Patch," as the lower end of the
Sixth ward Is commonly known, includ
ing even John G. McAskie, has been
placed on tho list of alleged ineligible.
Clergymen, doctors, merchants and all
the most prominent and most Intelli
gent men of the borough are assailed.
Men who have lived in a "district for
nearly half a century have had their
names placed In the list of thoso at
tacked for being under age or for not
having lived In the dlstilct tho re
quired time. Other men wliv.jioubtless
could draft a ballot law are charged
with violating the Baker act by "re
ceiving assistance in making up their
ballot," when they have no disability.
Tho attorneys for the contestants
declare the bill to he defective inas
much as It does not come up to the
requirements of Judge Archbald's de
cree which directed that a specific
cau!,o be alleged against each vote at
tacked. The bill on the face of It is pro
nounced farcical by all disinterested
parties who have examined It and the
general opinion expressed is that It Is
nothing more or less than a scheme to
pile up the costs of the contest in or
der to stir up a feeling against tho
In yesterday's session of the contest
forty-six witnesses were examined and
fourteen of them disqualified. Peter
Carroll, James Sweeney and Anthony
Donegan voted under age. Michael Co
pajleco, James Ciark, Gramballista
Carrucca, Francesco Demarko, Dom
Inlco Domlnco, M. Doudlcan, John Dol
phin, Michael Kennedy and Patrick
Donegan were knocked1 out for non
payment of taxes. Angelo Demarko
nnd Vltollo Delvegllco were proven
The others examined were: Michael
McDonald, Thomas Favo. Martin Flan
nelly, Mark Connolly, Guiseppi Ferrlso,
John Brown, Thomas Burns, John
Banks, Bartholomew Cargo, Donattl
Vlto Corllse, Domlnlck Colro, Michael
Covillo, Antonio Covlllo, Antonio Co
pazzl, William Carroll, Pasquale De
marko, Anthony Dougherty, John
Doud, Martin Flannelly, Patrick Flan
nelly, James J. Duffy, John Donegan,
Antonio Frieda, Arthur Donegan, Pas
quale Falco, Joseph Early, John Mc
Kenna, John Duffy, John Derrlg, Pat
rick Doudlcan, Michael Donegan, John
BIG TRACT OF TIMBER LAND,
Purchased by Coorgc II. Hrown for
Pennington Lumber Company.
George D. Erown, of this city, Ren
eral manager of tho Green Hldfre Lum
ber company, on Wednesday purchased
17,000 acres of timber land and a saw
mill situated In the northern part of
New York state for the Pennington
Lumber company, of which he Is sec
retary. Tho price paid was $130,000 and the
Pennington company will begin at once
to cut timber and saw it.
COURT APPOINTS THE VIEWERS.
lTtli Sower District Assessment to
Ho .Made by Noii-KeMdcnts.
Court yesterday appointed John II.
Fellows, Harvey R. Long and Henry
C. Hatton as the board of viewers to
make the assessment In the new Sev
enteenth sewer district. The sugges
tions of the property holders were dis
regarded, possibly because they could
not agree on a board.
They are directed to meet on tho
ground May 14, next.
'Time Is Money. '
So by giving you time, I give you
money (If the old saying Is worth any
thing.) If ymi want correct time, set
your watch with tho Chronometer at
130 Spruce s.treet. This Chronometer
Is correct and compared every day
with tho time from Washington Ob
servatory, No charge for regulating
and setting watches. Having an extra
fine set of tools and twelve years' ex
perience makes me able to turn out
work promptly and to your satisfac
tion. W S. MacMIllan, 'Watchmaker.
Attention Is called to the advertise
ment of the International Trading Co,,
Wyoming and Linden street. They
have purchased the entire stock of J.
L. Harding, formerly of Lacka. ave.,
ami will sell the same at private and
public auction. Sales at 2.30 and 7 p.
m. each day.
rnncy Strawberries and Fresh Vege
tables. Leave your orders early. E, O. Cour-
Bockworst lunch today at St. Cloud
AltNOLD In Scranton, Ta.. April 22, 1SS7.
Llzzlo Arnold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J, fl. Arnold, of CIS Kynon street, aged 3
years. Funeral from tho family resi
dence Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Interment In the Hydo Park Catholic
M'QAimY-In Scranton, Pa April 23, 187,
Mrs. Patrick McOarry, at her residence,
rear 200 Crown avenue. Funeral will be
held on Moriday morning, A high mass
of requiem will bo sung In Bt. Voter's
cathedral beginning at 9 o'clock. Inter,
ment in Hydo Park cemetery.
GUILTY OF MURDER
IN SECOND DEGREE
Verdict Returned Against Constable Max
Koclilcr, of Prlccburg.
RECOMMENDATION OF THE JURY
It Is to the EfloetThat Ho He Chen
tlio I'.itrcino Penalty of the Law.
Jtidgo Edwards Would Not Allow
That Portion of the Verdict to Ho
Head or Plnced on tlio Record.
Murder in tho second degree, with
the recommendation that he bo given
tho full penalty of the law, was tho
verdict returned by the Jury in the
Koehler murder case. Tho jury came
In at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon af
ter having been out since G.RO o'clock
tho night before. They stood five for
murder In the first degree and seven
for second degrco from the very first
balb't until the ninth vote was taken
yesterday after dinner.
One of the jurors, John Doran, of
Covington, was taken violently 111
Thursday night and yesterday morn
ing required the attendance of Dr. P.
F. Gunster. Tho possibility of his be
ing Incapacitated had the effect of
bringing tho five first degree jurors
to compromise on a second degree ver
dict, with the recommendation above
This recommendation Is very un
usual and possibly unique, as far as
this state is concerned. District At
torney Jones, In speaking of the mat
ter, said that while the recommenda
tion Is unusual, It Is In m way Irregu
lar. Judge Archbald, when spoken to
concerning the inntter, said It seemed
to him that a jury lias a light to rec
ommend severity or leniency.
IT WAS NOT READ.
Wliat view Judge Edwards, who pre
sided In the case, takes of the clause
In question of course could not be as
certained, but tho fact that ho would
r ot allow the clerk to read or record
the penalty clause, would Indicate that
ho Is at least In doubt aa to Its regu
larity. The Jury, It Is said, considered tho
strongest paint biuught out by the
prosecution was the evidence on tho
course taken by the bullet, which, it
will be remembered, entered nt the pit
of the stomach and took a downward
slant of 13 degrees. This convinced
them that Kcrycki was shot while in
bed, and not while he was standing
During the progress of the trial Tho
Tribune refrained from making any
thing more than a mere allusion to
Koehler's past record. Now that his
case has been decided and no Injus
tice can be done by a recital of his
record, It Is given below In detail.
RECORD OF KOEHLER.
The following shows the cases In
which he has been defendant since he
was made a constable, tho date,
charge and prosecution being given:
February, 1S93, assault and battery, Mike
February, 1SUJ, entering dwelling house
with intent to commit a lelony, Julia
April, 1S03, conspiracy, Kate Sehickocs
October. 1S93, nRgravated assault and
battery, Joseph Olshvfskl, prog.
April, ISM, assault and battery, Prank
April, lbM, assault and battery, Frank
April, HOC, suiety, Edward J, Burke,
June, 1S9G, larceny and receiving, Simon
Rlngsdorf, pros. ,
June, ISM, pointing pistol, Charlotte
June, ISM, malicious mischief, Thomas
June, ISM, surety, Charlotto Marsdon,
October, ISM, malicious mischief, Joseph
October, 1S00, surety, Joseph Karolon,
February, 1S57, murder, Thomas Lty-
COMMISSIONER OF IMMIGRATION.
II. J. Dcily, of Philadelphia, is Also
it Cnndidiitn lor tho Oflicc.
A AVashlngton dispatch to tho Phil
adelphia Inquirer, dated Thursday,
says: "Congressman James Rankin
Young Introduced II. J. Delly, of Phil
adelphia, to tho president today. Sir.
Delly Is a candidate for commissioner
of Immigration. He Is president of tho
Immigration society and Is warmly
supported by the members of that hu
"It has been generally reported that
T. V. Powderly, of Scranton, the once
powerful head of the Knights of Labor,
was slated for this position, but Presi
dent McKlnley Intimated otherwise In
his conversation with Messrs. Youna
and Delly. He said that he was con
sidering the claims of the various can
didates carefully and had not yet come
to any conclusion. He added that ho
intended to take plenty of time In fill
ing this responsible position. Mr. Delly
Is backed by Senator Penrose, but
Senator Quay Is remaining neutral."
PARENTS WERE CARELESS.
That Is the Opinion of Coroner About
Death ol Sarah Davis.
Coroner Longstrect yesterday went
to the South Side and empanelled a
Jury to hold inquest on tho doutli of
4-year-old Sarah Davis, who died from
burns received while playing around a
honflro In the lot In tlio rear ot the
DavlH home on Cherry strojt.
The jurymen are: David Uesnur, W.
J. Kahn, Fred Miller, John Connolly,
Arthur Decker and Otto Miller. They
adjourned to meet next Friday night
In the court house.
Coroner Longstroet states that from
the ovldenco thus far adduced It would
seem that Mr. and Mrs. Fnnk Davis
are guilty of carelessness in allowing
the lire In tho yard.
tHIEVES BIND AND GAQ AND ROB.
Sinn unit Ills Wifu ml Sou Tortured
by TIiiirm, Who Cot 810.
South Bend, Ind April 23. A special
to the Trlbuno from Lupore, Ind., says
four men visited tho form resiaeneo of
August Anderson at 1 o'clock this
mornlnp. With a rope they bound and
trapsed Anderson, his wife and their
son. Thoy tore the bed sheets Into
pieces to gag the wife, standing ovor
tho victims with cocked revolvers and
threatening to burn tho house and ere
mate them alive.
The men forced a confession as to
the hiding place of money, and HO was
secured by them, after which the rob
bers took horses from tho barn, but
were forced to abandon tho animals,
owing to balklncss.
Orgnnizrd by Local Physicians for
The Scranton Patheologlcnl and Clin
ical society, composed of members of
tho medical profession In this city,
was organized last evening In a hnll
adjoining Dr. Thompson's hovpltnl on
Mulberry street. Dr. M. J. Williams Is
president and Dr. Thompson Is secre
tary. The society Is for the mutual in
struction of Its members, nnd 18 an
outgrowth of tho Anatomical society.
At Inst night's meeting papers on dif
ferent suln'eots were rend by Drs.
Gardner, Burns and Garvey. It was
very Interesting to the llttoan physi
cians present. The next meeting will
bo hold next Friday night.
NEW LAND COMPANY.
Organized by n Number of
II. B. Reynolds, George S. Horn,
William Chnppell, George ,W. Finn nnd
George S. Clark have organized tho
Tripp Farm Land company and ar
ranged to purchase a part of the old
Tripp homestead, about CO acres west
of tho Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western railroad and open It up for
The site Is one of the most delightful
In the city nnd undoubtedly will bo a
Returned to you with any kind of
finish yon desire, domestic, medium or
high gloss, when laundrled at tho
Crystal, 313 and !115 Adams uve.
If your teeth were fixed at tho New
York Dental Parlors they are all
Twining, optician 123 Pcnn avenue. In
Harris' drug store. Hour3 9 a. m., 5
To Curo n Cold in Ono Hay.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
fails to cure. 2J cents.
Miss Carolyne V. Horsey, teacher ot
elocution, oratory and delsarte, DIG Ad
Of a'.l times In the year this li tho most
puzzling to tho ladles in deciding Just
which stylo for her Easter Hat the
crowning ulory of her Faster Toilet. We
have been so fortunate to establish tho
fact that at all times our Hats me stylish
nnd becoming. Let our experience and
tnste help you to solve tho question, ren
dered doubly so this season becauso of
tho lemarkablo variety of colors and
An early Inspection will convlnco you
that our claims nro as always, Htralght,
Mrs. Emma Diem has accepted a posi
tion with Sawyer, the Milliner, and cor
dially invites all her friends nnd patrons
to call and see her; opposite Hotel Jermyn.
A. JR. SAWYER,
132 WYOMING AVENUE.
Lackawanna Aye., Scranton Pa.
Wholesale and Retail
Tor Satisfactory Work Ufe
Atlantic White Lead
Pure Linseed Oil
FAINT. KALSOOE ami VARNISH BRUSBE
BEST SETS OF TEETH, $8,
Including tho painless ostractlnR of
tcetli I j nn entirely new proci-as.
5. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
321 Spruce St . Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
To buy a Metallic Bed,
To get Furniture Upholstered and Cushions made,
To get Carpets and Rugs cleaned,
To buy Feathers, Mattresses, etc.,
To get Box Divans cheap.
THE SCRANTON BEDDING CO.
TI If CABPET
iev? - -' vi? srry
BOX FACTORY FOR ELMIIURST.
It Will Ho Opcrntcd by Jay Knicker
bocker, of Thltt 'Place.
Jay Knickerbocker Intends to oper
ate a wood box factory at Elmhurat.
He will erect the factory building on
land near tho Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western station and has already
contracted for the necessary machin
ery. He will begin by manufacturing
boxes for druggists. Over fifty differ
ent vnrletlis are used In that trade.
firnnt .Memorial liny nt New York.
Special tickets via Delaware and
Hudson railroad have been extended
for passage on trains leaving New
York on or before Tuesday, May 4.
Hate for the round trip $4.35.
Finest Tnlilo Butter Clicnp.
Coursen's Phil. Prints, 23c. Fancy
Creamery or Dairy, 110c. E. O. Cour
sen's. BEECIIAM'S PILLS curo Sick Head
lly the mo of my new local anaesthetic. No
slei p-prodiiclmiusent. It Is simply applied
to the sunns and the tooth extracted without
u particle of pnin.
All other dental operations performed posl
tively without pain.
WARRANTED 5 YEARS.
These nro tho same teeth other dentists
clmr'e iioin SIo to 'J5 a set for.
TEETH WITHOUT FLUTES.
Gold nnd Porcelain Crowns; Gold, Silver
and iVmcnt FUIIhuh, at one-half tho ui-iial
cost. K.'.amlmitlon tree. Open evenings 7 to
316 Spruce Street,
Next Door to Hotel Jermyn.
Are ready for inspec
tion, from now on, The
styles are uncommonly beau
tiful and far ahead of any
thing we have every shown.
For those who prefer money
saving to new patterns, there
still remain some choice se
lections from the earlier
LARGEST RUG STOCK
CUT RATE STORE
' Cor. Washington Ave. and Spruce St. '
To Show you what wo nro will
iir to do In tlio way of low prlcos,
wo quotes tho following:
Ilond'ft Snrpnpnrllln ono Hot tie
Aycr'nNnrwipurlllii ur.e llottla
Pnlncs Celery Compound 7,'iolloUle
Ilydhi rinKlmm'H Compound UHc llottle
Pierce H Medical Plueovery 7oo Hottlo
I'lereo'H Favorite Prcicrlptlon......7llo Hottlo
Warner's Nnfi Curo n le Hottlo
Hymn of KIbh. , :t:io UotUo
SmttV Kiinilslon, large :. U8e Hottlo
Heott's KmulMon, small UHo Hottlo
Hand' llemedles I8c Hottlo
llenson's Planters 1 -to Kaon
Allcock'H 1'OroiiK Placers...., ,...1)0 Kucli
StruiiithtenlUK l'liisterB Ro Knch
Aycr'H I'illH lfiollox
Hood's PIIIm ; ico Hox
Carter's I'lllo iflcllox
Cutlrurii Soap llcCuko
I.yon's Tooth Powder I no Hottlo
qulnlno PllH, -i gr ;...io Dozen
Epsom Halts oo lb.
Compare our prices, cull and be
convinced that wo can and do sell
lower than others. The loss on
those reductions docs not alter
our low prices on prescriptions.
JUST A WORD WITH YOU-
Now that house cleaning
time has arrived, we want to
suggest that this is the best
time to use flcGarrah's In
sect Powder. By using it
now, prevent the young in
sects from being hatched.
Sold by dealers in 25 and 10
ceut boxes only.
PREPARED AND SOLD BY
rail k mois,
201) Lackawanna Ave.
Fire, Water, das
and Acd Proof.
Cheaper than Metal or
Slate & more durable.
.Manufactured and applied exclusively
314 Washington ave., Scranton, Pa.
113 FKANKLIN AYE.
If You Want to Storo l'urnlture,'
If You Wnnta Cab,
If You Want Ilnggngo Transferred,
If you Want a Druy,
If You Want I'"relht Hauled,
CAUL TULUI'HONB 525 OR 2893.
Call and see our lino
METROPOLITAN CHINA HALL
C. J. WEICIIKL,
140 and 142 Wash. Ave.. Wears Side.
Sohmsr Piano Stands at the Head
AND J. V. OUHRNSnY Stands at the lie!
In tho Music track. You can always set a
bettor bargain at lis beautiful varoroorag
than at any other placo in tho city.
Call and boo for yourself before buying,
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. GUERNSEY, Prop.
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