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1 HE SORANTOy TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1897.
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of The Tribune after Us delivery to a reg
Samuel Katz, of Honesdalc, visited
Scrauton friends Monday.
S. P. Fenner Uft yesterday afternoon on
a business trip to Rochester.
Rev. IV. S. Ballon, of Huntington, Lonir
Island, called on Scranton friends Mon
day. Attorney C. H. Soper left yesterday af
ternoon for New York city on a business
fJames Mellcn, of Seventh street, re
turned last evening from a trip to Al
bany, N. Y.
Mrs. S. L. Gallon has returned from Uo
ohester, accompanied by Miss Sadie Black,
of that place.
Mrs. Bell Buchanan Alexander, of Phil
adelphia, la visiting at the home of George
Thorn, of Luzerne ttreet.
Attorney John J. Murphy left yesterday
afternoon for San Francltco and inter
mediate points cf Interest.
Mrs. James B. Lewis, of Kingston, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Reynolds, of Hampton street.
Mrs. N. V. Kelley and children, Leo
and Bertha, of Madison avenue, are vis
iting at the" home of Mrs. Kelley's daugh
ter, Mrs. John O'Malley, of Kingston.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beldleman and
ron. Fred, are attending the commence
ment exercises of Bloomsburg State Nor
mal school, from which Mr. BciJlenun
SUIT AGAINST SUNDAY NEWS.
ILowis II. Emus, oftho North End, Is
Lewis R. Evans, for thren vMr flro.
Vioss at the Manvllle colliery, yester
day began an action against the Sun
day News J'uuUshinfr company, and F.
J. Fltzslmmojns, editor, to recover $10,
000 for alleged libellous articles that
avert- published in that paper June 20
Thu articles in question charged that
Mr. Evans compelled the I'olanders
iv.-no work in the mine to live at his
Iboardlng house on Lloyd btreet and
buy beer fqr him.
Mr. Evans lt a resident of Church
avenue, North End, and before becom
ing flreboss at the Manvllle. occupied
a similar position at the Storrs' shaft
for four years. Attorney George Beale
filed tho papers in the case.
Stcuni Ilcnting mid Plumbing.
P. P. & M. T. Howley, 231 Wyoming ave.
Tailor mads fall suits and overcoats,
latest styles, John Ross, 307 Sprues
260 XX "White Envelopes for 17c. at 3c.
Store, 623 Lack'a. ave.
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JURY IN VON STORCH
A Ballot Was Not Taken Until Late Yes
NO VfiRDICT AT ADJOURNMENT
Patrick Connor nnd Thomns Clntk
Convicted oT Stnlutorv Uurglnry.
Mttlo Itobcrt Ilnud, ofTliis City,
Found Guilty of u Hlmllnr Oirensc.
L. S, (Jrovetior Acquitted of n
Clitwgo oT Lnrcony nnd Hccctvlnc.
Other Coins llcurd During the
All of yesterday the Jurors in the big
Von Storch ejectment case gave their
close attention to the many details of
Interesting testimony offered for their
consideration. This preliminary work
and tho consideration of papers sent
out with the Jury consumed the greater
part of the dny and it was late lh tho
afternoon when the first ballot was
taken. A verdict had not been returned
up to the time that court adjourned
After criminal court opened yester
day morning the trial of the case
against Patrick Connor, Thomas Clark,
Michael Fcury, Patrick Feury und Mi
chael Diamond, who were charged with
statutory burglary wns transferred to
court room No. 2. Testimony with ref
erence to the good character of the ac
cused was offered and then the com
monwealth in rebuttal contradicted the
testimony offered by tho defense on
Monday to the effect that a collection
was taken up to buy the beer they were
accused of stealing from the Delaware
and Hudson depot at Jermyn. The
commonwealth only pressed for a con
viction against Connor and Clarke.
They were found guilty and the others
FATHER AGAINST SON.
Frank KapllnskI was put on trial be
fore Judge Archbald In the main court
room charged with assaulting and bat
tering his father, John KapllnskI, and
carrying concealed weapons. They re
side In this city. The elder KapllnskI
alleged that his son Frank KapllnskI,
had not resided at home for several
months, but on the night of Dec. 30
came Into the house and began to quar
rel. Witness tried to put him out and
thereupon Frank put his hand to his
hip pocket and threatened to shoot him
If he did not shut up and stop trying to
put him out of the house. Then, said
the elder Mr. KapllnskI, his son grap
pled with him and threw him over n
railing and down a pair of stairs. He
was so badly Injured that he was con
fined to a hospital for some time. Judge
Archbald took from the consideration
of the Jury the charge of carrying con
In his defense young KapllnskI said
that he had been compelled to leave
home on account of the cruelty of his
father and step-mother. He heard they
were mistreating his young brother and
on the night of Dec. 30 went to the
house to ascertain the truth of the re
port. He was Immediately set upon
by his father. He denied that he had
threatened to use a revolver and said
that he was compelled to clinch with
his father to prevent him from Injuring
witness. In the scuffle both of them
fell over a railing. He did not throw
his father over it. The Jury said not
guilty and directed the elder KapllnskI
to pay tho costs. The defense was con
ducted by Attorney M. A. McGlnley
and the prosecution by District Attor
James Hamilton, the driver of a mall
wagon, was the next defendant ar
raigned. William It. Robblns. night
baggage man at the Delaware and Hud
son station in this city was prosecutor.
On the night of Feb. 22 Hamilton went
to the station and backed his wagon
against the platform. Robblns wanted
him to place his wagon some where
else, saying it was in the way. Hamil
ton refused to do so and a quarrel en
sued. Robblns shoved Hamljton off
the platform and the latter retali
ated by kicking Robblns In the groin,
Inflicting very serious Injuries. He
maintained that he was compelled to
kick Robblns In self defense. Attorney
Joseph Jeffries defended Hamilton and
the district attorney prosecuted the
case. The Jury acquitted Hamilton but
directed him to pay the costs.
Bert Cadwell, a sixteen-year-old boy
who resides at Carbondale, was charged
with hitting Christopher Rudd, the
eleven-year-old son of Joseph Rudd,
of the same place, between the eyes
with a piece of coal and Inflicting a se
rious wound which will mark the boy
for life. Attorney R. D. Stewart plead
ed the case of Cadwell nnd the dis
trict attorney made the plea for Con
viction. Young Cadwell said that he
was down In a pit picking coal and was
throwing It up to the surface. One of
the pieces accidentally struck the Rudd
boy. The Jury was out debating on the
case at adjournment.
YOUNG HAND CONVICTED.
Robert Hand, the little West Side
boy who has figured so conspicuously
In police circles during this last year,
was put on trial charged with statu
tory burglary. He was charged with
entering the caipentpr shop of Hugh
A. Howell on the West Side -and with
stealing tools owned by Mr. Howell.
His companions In the escapade were
William Price and Arthur Armstrong.
Young Hand and Armstrong went on
the stand and said they went into tho
carpenter shop merely to play and that
the tools were carried away by young
Price. Attorney Joseph Jeffrey ap
peared for Hand. The district attor
ney prosecuted the case. A verdict of
guilty was returned.
Bonney Ruzets was put on trial
charged with malicious mischief and
assault and battery nnd Jacob Stan
bach was charged with nssault nnd
battery. William Surpolus, an Old
Forge hotelkeeper, was the prosecu
tor. Attorney A. J Colborn defended
the accused and Attorney John II.
Bonner assisted the district attorney
in prosecuting the case, it was al
leged that on the night of Feb. U
Buzets and Stanbach were In the house
with a number of other men and be
gan to shout, sing and dance. Buzets
shoved his head through a window and
broke It and both men then ussaulted
the proprietor and the hotel furnish
ings with chairs. After badly damag
ing both they went outside nnd threw
stones through the doors nnd windows.
STORY OP DEFENDANTS.
The defense was that there Was a
big crowd In the place and that Sur
polus allowed them to stay and make
all tho noise they would until their
money was all gone and then he tried
to put them out. They resented huch
treatment and the trouble complained
of was precipitated. A number of
witnesses were examined on the part
of the commonwealth and defense.
Judge Archbald said there, could be no
conviction on the oharge of malicious
mischief for that offense consists of
the breaking; of a window or door In a
dwelling house. It was a saloon or
hotel where tho offense complained of
was committed. Tho Jury went out to
deliberate on the charges of nssault
and battery nnd returned verdicts of
not guilty and equally divided the
Patrick Fltzpatrlck, of Wlnton, who
had been In tho county Jail for three
months waiting for trial on a charge
of larceny and receiving preferred by
Favlnla Jcnklnc was sent forth a freo
man, tho prosecutrix falling to appear
James McIIale, a young man of 25,
was tried for assaulting Thomas Col
lins on Feb. 16 last. Both men reside
In Carbondale township whera tho as
sault was committed. It was shown
that both had been drinking at the
time. Collins alleged that MoHalo
knocked him down, struck him with a
stone and s. badly injured him that
he was laid up for several weeks. Dis
trict Attorney Jones conducted the
prosecution and Attorney R. D. Stuart
appeared for the defense.
McIIale alleged that Collins nssault
ed him without provocation and that
In self-defense he hit hint twice. Tho
Jury returned a verdict of not guilty
and divided the costs.
Patrick Langan, of the North End,
was Indicted for nssault and battery
nt the instance of T. H. C. Maloney.
Yesterday Mr. Mnlcney agreed that a
verdict of not guilty be taken upon
the payment of the costs of Langan.
This was done.
Joseph Koftls was arrested several
months ago at tho Instance of Edward
Fnrr, of the same place. He did not
appear in coutt yesterday to prosecute
nnd a verdict of not guilty was taken
und the costs placed on Farr.
Before Judge Gunster L. S. Grove
nor, a Scott dairyman, was tried on a
charge of stealing bottles owned by
the Scranton Dairy company. The
prosecutor was A. D. Robinson, man
ager of the Dairy company's Olyphant
branch. Grovenor admitted that he
had the bottles but said they were left
In a spring nous? on his father's farm
by Dairyman Shedd, of this city, who
had the spring house leased for n time.
Mr. Shedd was sworn and said that
the bottles of dairymen were constant
ly getting mixed up and that he usur
ally had some of the Scranton com
pany's bottles In his possession. Other
milk men In like manner have bottles
that are Ms property. Attorney George
D. Taylor defended Mr. Grovenor and
Attorney A. A. Vosburg assisted Mr.
Thomas of the district attorney's of
fice in prosecuting the case. A verdict
cf not guilty was returned.
Dr. G. B. Seamans an Important
witness In the sensational Mahady
McGlynn case, was not present In court
ehtcrday and a capias was Issued for
him. The case will probably be called
for trial today.
BRILLIANT AND TALENTED.
Miss Jcnnio O'BojIc, n Young Pian
ist, Show a Itctnnrkablo Ability.
Many critics and a large number of
the friends and relatives of Miss Jen
nie O'Boyle, of Archbald, attended the
piano-forte recital given by that tal
ented young performer ait Powell's
music rooms last evening. The young
MISS JENNIE O'BOYLE.
lady, though but 16 years of age, Is
said to be ope of the most brilliant and
r.aturally finished piano-forte pupils in
Miss O'Boyle has been under tho In
struction of E. E. Southworth for three
years. She was assisted last night by
Miss Anna Brown, of Peckvllle, a so
prano of splendid ability.
Following are the selections played
by Miss O'Boyle; all of them except
the two first mentioned were executed
Fugue, A minor Bach
Sonato, op. 2, No. 1 Beethoven
Allegro. Adagio. Mcnuetto. Prestissimo.
Minuet, op. 78 Schubert
(a) Vnlso, op. 31. No. 2.
(b) Nocturne, op. 9, No. 2 .
(c) Improirptu, op. 20 Chopin
Maicla Fantlstlcn. HarLlel
Kanunnol Ostiow Rubinstein
Lcs Deux Aloucttes (The Two Larks).
La ! House, op. 157 Half
Etude de Style Ravlna
Miss Brown's selections were "Gaily
Chant the Summer Birds" (De Pinna)
and "Don't Bo Cross" (Zeller).
Miss O'Boyle displayed remarkable
taste In her Interpretation of the var
ied Items that made up the list. In
every number the performer seemed to
comprehend the spirit of the composer
and feel tho Inspiration that stlmulatd
tho master. At tho beginning of her
studies she displayed the instincts of
the true artist and the progress that
she has made has astonished her most
AFTER THREE MONTHS.
.Mrs. Jioomou Found Hint Life with
Ilcr Husband Wns Intolerable
JTrs. Jennie Loomon began proceed
ings yesterday through Attorney D. L.
riches to secure a divorce from Jm.es
'.they were nni,'td Oct. 2, 1SSG nnd
In December of the same vear she suid
?1 was compeiiel to l-ne nlm bemvue
hn :fered sui-b luOlr.r.lMeg to her tnst
slm found ll'i Willi him Jriolerabl.
BUSINESS IS REVIVING
you will iieed to call ou the
J. Printer to help you to get
your goods and wares
before, the public- Printer's ink
helps business along wonder
fully. When you are In need of
priming, If you will telephone ,
THE TKIBUNB J0J)
and ask them to send a repre
sentative. It may be to your and
their advantage. Tele phono
B. H. THROOP, M. D.,
LAID AT REST
Bishop N. S. Rullson Took Part in the
SERVICES IN ST. LUKE'S CHURCH
Ilov. Rogers Israel, tho Hector, nnd n
Lnrgc Number of Episcopal Clergy,
Several of Them Former Itcctors,
Took Part In tho ScrvlccK--Remnins
.Exposed to View in the Church,
llurinl in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Pnll-Bcnrori, Honorary nnd Ac
tive. The funeral of the late. Benjamin H.
Throop, M. D was held yesterday af
ternoon at St. Luke's Episcopal church
and was on a scale commensurate with
his great local repute and peculiarly
prominent position In Scranton's
growth nnd present greatness. The.
church was packed to the doors with
friends of the deceased and several or
ganizations to which he belonged.
lit. Rev. N. S. Rullson, of Bethlehem,
bishop of the Central Pennsylvania
diocese of the Protestant Episcopal
church; Rev. Rogers Israel, rector of
St. Luke's, several cx-rectors of that
church and other Episcopal clergymen
participated in the services. Burial
was made at Forest Hill cemetery,
where, after the church ceremony there
were brief services conducted by the
Grand Army of the Republic and the
At 1.45 o'clock the remains were taken
from the residence on Wyoming ave
nue to St. Luke's, one block distant.
Here thev were exposed to view until
3 o'clock when the Imposing religious
ceremonies begun. The square casket
was of cedar, covered with broadcloth,
and contained a rich lining of silver
grey. Attached to It was a massive
set of oxydlzed sliver handles. A plate
on the surface, bore this Inscription:
B. II. THROOP. M. D.
DIED JUNE 35. 1857.
AGED S3 YEARS, 7 MONTHS, 17
Resting on the casket was a draped
American flag, two palm plumes tied
with satin ribbon and a bunch of yel
low roses. There were no other flow
ers, excepting several vases of field
daisies back of the chancel.
The organizations present were Post
139, Grand Army of the Republic, in
command of A. B. Stevens; Scranton
lodge of Elks, led by W. J. Welchel,
exalted ruler; the Scranton Medical
society, and the following organiza
tions from the borough of Throop:
The council, school board, Throop Hose
company. No. 1; the Sanderson Ser
enade band, and the St. Aloyslus soci
ety of Hungarians.
Just before the services the casket
was borne by carriers to the main en
trance of the church and was borne
up the aisle after the vested choir,
bishop and other clergy, the relatives
and near friends following and taking
their seats near the front. During
the processional the sentences were
said by Bishop Rullson. After a chant
by the choir the lesson for the day
was read by Rev. Dr. A. C. Swentzel,
of Brooklyn, N. Y. Hymn No. 410 was
sung and the Litany was read by Rev.
Dr. J. P. B. Pendleton, of Schenectady,
N. Y. Then was sung Hymn 121.
Rev. A. C. Marple, the first rector of
St. Luke's and now of Norrlstown,
Pa., repeated the creed and the funeral
prayers of the church and the bless
ing was pronounced by Bishop Rullson.
"De Profundes" was sung and the ser
vice closed with the recessional and
singing of Hymn 398. Rev. F. S. Bal
lentlne, of the Church of tho Good
Shepherd, Green Ridge; Rev. M. II.
Mills, of St. David's church, and Rev.
C. J. Haughton, curate of St. Luke's,
were also among the clergy.
The casket was followed from tho
church by these honorary pallbearers:
W. T. Smith and G. L. Dickson, of
St. Luke's vestry and brother vestry
men of the deceased; Albert Pancoast,
of Philadelphia, and C. M. Sanderson,
closely allied with Dr. Throop in busi
ness; Dr. W. E. Allen and Dr. N. Y.
Leet, of the Medical society; Judge
P. W. Gunster and P. H. Jermyn. The
carriers were the men selected by the
family: R. P. Heffelflnger, William
Rempe, Martin Reif, Charles Rhoads,
Jacob Naldcr and Michael Murphy.
Four special open cars were In wait
ing on the tracks outside the church
to convey the different organizations
to Forest Hill cemetery where the
casket was Incased In a chest of oak,
copper trimmed, and lowered Into a
The 'Episcopal committal service was
conducted by Rev. Rogers Israel, the
collects were said and the blessing
pronounced by Bishop Rullson. Then
followed special Grand Army of tho
Republic and Elk burial services. The
former was conducted by Commander
A. B. Stevens. There was a Grand
Army guard of honor composed of
George E. Rhafer, In command; W. P.
Albro, T. H. Allen, A. Polamus, John
Westpfahl, Charles Van Allen, George
Schlager, George Wlckenhofer and
Patrick Thomas, but at the request
of Mrs. Throop the usual burial firing
salute was dispensed with.
THE ELK SERVICE.
The Elk service was participated in
by W. J. AVelchel, exalted ruler; D. J.
Reedy, esteemed leading knight; P.
W. Martin, esteemed lecturing knight;
E. Moses, esteemed loyal knight; W.
S. Gould, secretary, George Davis,
chaplain, and II. J. Schubert, esquire.
Among the friends and relatives from
out of town were: John Van Wagner,
of Oxford. N. Y.; Willard Parker, M.
D., of New York city; Hon. C. S.
Miner, of Honesdale; Mrs. St. Clair
McKelway, and her sister and mother,
Mrs. Sarah Thompson, of Brooklyn, N.
Y.; Georgo Cogswell, of Connecticut;
Dr. and Mrs. William Pier, of Avoca;
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Pier, of Mooslc;
Mrs. G. P. Gage, pt Huntington, Pa.;
H. K. Grant, of Phllllps'burg; Mrs.
Maggie Renshaw, of Newark, and II.
',. Russell, of Honesdale.
Resolutions of Respect.
The following resolutions of the Scran
ton Illuminating, Heat and 1'ower com
pany wero adopted at a mooting held
Tuesday, June 29, lKff:
Whereas, It hath pleased Almighty God
to take to himself Dr. Benjamin H.
Throop, who was at the time of his death,
and has been since its organization, the
president of this company; and
Whereas, It Is fitting that we who have
been so long associated with tho deceased
should put en the minutes of this company
our tribute to his memory. Now, there,
fore, be it
Resolved. That we, the directors of the
Scranton Illuminating, Heat and Power
company, bear record of the upright char
acter and (justness qualities of the de
ceased, as well as to the esteem and re-
spect In which we personally held him;
and bo It
Resolved, That we extend to tho fam
ily our sympathy In their bereavement,
Resolved, Thosa resolutions bo spread on
the minutes nnd a copy sent to tho fam
ily oft lie deceased,
Clinton W. Wliner,
Fred C. Hand,
Henry W. Darling,
Edwin D. Mullen, ,
WOODWARD WILL START UP.
rn Three Months' Idleness! Work
Will Begin Friday. W
The Woodward mine nt Kingston,
owned nnd operated by the Delaware,
Lackawanna nnd Western company,
will resume operations next Friday.
The colliery has been Idle for about
three months owing to a squeeze.
Twelve hundred workmen were af
flicted. With the resumption of work
every mine of the company In this val
ley, with the exception of the Avondale,
will be In operation.
nnd colored porters In charge of day
coaches on the Nickel Plato Road, and
through sleeping cars Scranton tn
Chicago via. D., L. & W. and Nickel
Plate Roads. The shortest, quickest,
most comfortable and picturesque
route between Scranton and all points
west. Call on M. L. Smith, Dlv. Pass.
Agent, D., L. & W. R. R. for lnforma
lton. SPRING HUMORS, eruptions, hives,
bolls, pimples, sores, are perfectly and
permanently cured by Hood's Sarsap
arllla, the best Spring Medicine and
One True Blood Purifier.
HOOD'S PILLS act easily and prompt
ly on the liver and bowels. Cure sick
Rend W. Gibson Jones' Announce
ment in Ileal Estnto Column
before you lose your chance for a choice
"Quick Sales and
This is our motto, and from the quan
tities of goods we are selling every day
we Judge tho people appreciate this meth
od of doing business. Wo nre Just in re
ceipt of a shlpn.ent of fifty dozen letf
horns which we have bought at astonish
ingly low figures and which we will dis
pose of during the next few days at such
prices as follows:
One lot good quality Leghorns at 25c.
One lot better quality Leghorns at 69c.
One lot very good quality Leghorns at
One lot fine qrallty Leghorns at 73c.
One lot of very flno quality Leghorns at
These goods arc such as you pay from
DO per cent, to 75 per cent, more for In
other places. Remember this sale will
commence Tuesday morning. Don't fall
to glvo us a call; It will pay you.
A. R. SAWYER,
132 Wyoming Ave,
You All Use It.
To sell ioo boxes quickly,
we offer this week :
Cora's White Borax $3.00 Box
Goursen's White Olive $3.00 Box
Goursen's Best Family $3.00 Box
5 Box lots $2,70, value
$3.70, A Good Opportunity
to Save $5.00.
E. Q. Coursen
Wholesale and Retail.
BEST SETS OF TEETH, $8.
Including tho painless extracting of
teeth by an entirely now process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
331 Spruce St, Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
h 4 H 4 H 4-M-M-f M H
L "And the night shall
i. And the cares that
Shall fold their tents nice the Arabs 1
And us silently kteal away." j
SCRANTON SCHOOL OP MUSIC AND LANOUAOES. j
Carter Ilulldlng, Adams ave. and Linden st. 1
A five weeks' session from Juno 28 to July no. Pupils j
may enter at any time. J. Alfred 1'ennlngton, Director. j
Let Us Sell
You a Pretty Rug
For parlor, dining room,
bath room or bedroom. Just
the thing to place upon a floor
that is covered with matting.
The prices are much lower
than they will be when the
new tariff goes into effect.
Until They Are Sold 3x6 Japanese Rugs,
German Axminster Rugs, no seams, 6.6x9.8,
" " 7.6x10.3.
Largest Line to Select From.
406 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Our every day Cash Store
prices, as compared to those
of special sales: ,
Ladies' Drawers, umbrella
style, made of cambric, trim
med, with a deep ruffle.
Cash Store Price, 29c
Ladies' Drawers, made of
fine muslin, trimmed twith
embroidery and cluster of
Cash Store Price, 39c
Ladies' Night Gowns, pro
fusely trimmed with insert
ing and tucks, well finished.
Cash Store Price, 59c
Cheaper II you want the m.
Ladies' Corset Covers, made
of fine cambric, no trash.
Cash Store Price, 10c each
The Eye Specialist
WHOSE office Is nt
"" 215 l.nckaunn-
nn Avenue. In Will
lams White Front
Shoo Store, examines
the eye free In the
most accurate ,
and his prices for spec
tncles nre cheaper
than elsewhere. A la
to the proper wire of
the eyes seem to pos
sess most peoplo until
tho time comes when
vlslon,or other results
of such neglect give warning that nuture Is
rebelling against such treatment or one of
tho most precious gifts. Normal vision is a
blessing unappreciated until it has been loit
and restored; Its full value Is then realized,
Therefore, you should not lose u day before
having your eyes examined. This service we
gladly render freo of charge.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store.
J!y tho use of my now local anaesthetic. N'o
Hleop-produclng agent. It is simply lapplled
to the gums and tho tooth extracted without
a particle of pain.
All other Jen.ul operations performed posi
tively without pain.
WARRANTED 5 YEARS.
These are tho same teeth other dentists
charge from $15 to $25 a set for.
TEETH WITHOUT PLATES.
Geld nnd Porcelain Crowns; Gold, Silver
and Cement Fillings, at one-half tho usual
cost. Examination free. Open evenings 7 to
8. Sundays 0 to 11 a. m.
316 Spruce Street,
Next Door to Hotel Jermyn.
4-4 4 4 4-4 4 4-M-H-H-4-4HHh
bo filled with music, j
Infest the clav :
320 Lackawanna Are., Scranton Pi.
Wholesale and Itctntt
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD,
Ready "Mixed Tinted Paints,
Conenleut, Economical, Durable.
Producing Perfect Imitation of ExpeniW
Reynolds' Wood Finish, '
Especially Designed for Inside Work.
Marble Floor Finish,
Durable nnd Dries Quickly.
Paint Varnish and Kal
PURE UNSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE.
Sohmsr Piano Starts at tba Head
AND J. W. OUERNSEY Stands at the Ileal
In tho Muslo track. You can nlnays get a
better bargain at bis beautiful irarerooms
than at any other place in the city.
Call and see for yourself beforo buying.
205 Washington Avenue,
J. V. OUERNSEY, Prop.
HO FOR THE
1 4th of July!
a Whiz ! Bang ! Boom ! 5
CRACICEIIH, AMERICAN, which
nre loudest but Uungerous, for men
CRACKERS, CHINESE, from larg
est 18 In. long, to tho 'tiniest bnby'H.
720 to tho niiclcnze. for (c. Perfect
ly safe for Niiiullest children.
ROCKETS from 1 01. each to (I lbi,
Including inngneilum star, changing
star, floating festoonx, hunglng chnlr,
parachute, peacock, plumound many
CANDLES of every description.
Whistling devices, Juck-ln-box, sail
clsslons, ucrollteH, Indian Jiigsllng,
batterieR nnd everything In tho lino of
Jobbing lino now open.
i J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO., I
S 313 and 314 Lack. Ave., Scranton.
S Kstimntes for city nnd town celebra- S
m UonB on shortest notice. 5
Show which way the
trade wind blows our
Advance Sales of
Indicate by their
movements that a
hurricane is blowing
into the store.
We are showlne all the new shapes and tha
latest braids at prices that will not be lower
during the seaion.
Be Ready for Sole Agents for
Warm Days DUNLAP'S.
412 Spruce Street.
Usei B Christian's.
213 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Plus full aud complete stock
of all the latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Ssts,
Rogers' Silvar -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at the very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
I I ROGERS'
JEW - m
IN OUR NEW STORE,
NOTHING BUT NEW GOODS
DUNN. The Hatter.