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7IIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1897.
SOME OF THE NEW B00i,3,
The Martian, by PuMaurtcr.
Equnllty, by Bellamy.
Choir Invisible, by J. U Allen.
Lad's Love, by Crockett
Prisoners of Consclcnce,liy Amelia IJarr
Soldiers or Forf -, by K. H. Davis.
Rose of V .day, by Crawford.
Quo .-dls, by Slcnklcwlcz.
Dr. Luttrcll's Patient, by Rose Corey.
After Her Death, by the author of
Uncle llcrnao, by Conan Doyle.
Jlori. Peter Sterling, by Ford.
In the Sixties, by Harold Frederick.
Mutable Many, by Robt Uarr.
Phroso, by Anthony Hope.
Well Ucunvcd, by Thos. Hardy.
Triumph of Death, by D'Annuuzlo.
Trooper Peter Ilalket, by Schrclncr.
Zlska: by Marie Correlll.
Forge of the Forest, by Roberts.
522 Lackawanna Ave.
Have a Cigar?
Thnnks Don't rare If
I do. Alii this Is n
I'm In luck. It's my
Garney, Brown & Co,
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Ave.
Cleanliness, Color and Finish
Is the TRIO We Itulld Upon.
308 Penn Avenue. A. B. WARM AN.
Unvo opened a Gcncrnl Insurnneo Olllco In
Beet Stock Companies represented. Largo
lines ctpeclnlly solicited. Telephone 18U3.
DR. W. B. HENWOOD,
3!6 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Miss Mny Steel Is tit Owcro, N. Y.
Miss Mary Scott, of Hemlock street,
Js nt Falls, Pa.
Miss Emma Darling, of Chestnut streot,
Is In Philadelphia.
J. D. Uaekett, of Collins & Ilackett, 1b
In New York city.
Miss Nelllo Mullen, of Cordon streot, is
nt Pleasant lieach.
Dr. O. n. Hill has returned from a
rlp inCanada and Ohio.
Miss Kato Mackey has returned from
New Yoilc and Atlantic City.
Mrs. M. A. Bailey and son, Aubrey, of
Jfew York street, aro at Lake Ailel.
Ex-Shcriff Charles Robinson and Erall
Welchel have returned from Flro Is
land. Miss Gussio Harper, of Wyoming ave
nue. Is visiting friends in New York and
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wilson nro on a
two weeks' trip to Trenton, Philadelphia
und Atlantic City.
William W. Epos, of Susquehanna, Pa.,
is visiting hl. sister, Sits. II. C. Benson,
on Franklin avenue.
Mrs. M. A. Bailey and son, Aubrey, of
New York street, left Saturday for a
thiee weeks' stay at Laku Ariel.
Misses Edna and Mabel Nece, of Phila
delphia, are here to spend the summer
iwlth their uunt, Mrs. Frank Thompson,
of Wyoming avenue.
District Attorney John It. Jon"s and his
family leavo this week for the Falls of
Schuylkill near, Philadelphia, where they
will sojourn for a short time.
Select Councilman Fred Durr nrd ox
Stieet Commissioner Philip Klrst loft
yesterday afternoon for Iake Undorwoo i
on a fishlrvr expedition. They will be gono
Mrs. G. L. Dickson entertained a few
friends at Farvlow yesterday, among
1 them being Uov. and Mrs. Hogers Israel,
I Thomas B, Israel and Mrs. Israel's sister.
. Mrs. Lillian Grahame.
I Mrs. J. M. Brown, of Capouso nvenue,
I Green Ilidge, who has been visiting her
daughter, Mre. A. U. Hazlett, at Phila
delphia, during tho past week, returned
homo Saturday evening.
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. W. a Simpson, of
the West Plttston Methodist Episcopal
church cslsbrated the twentieth anniver
sary of their marriage last evening. Tho
congregation presented them with a
purte 6f 5100.
Dr. and Mrs, Robinson aro In Roches
ter, K. Y., where their son, Edward, lato
of Colorado Springs, died on Saturday.
The funeral will be on Tuesday after
noon, after which, on Wednesday, Dr.
and Mrs. Robinson expect to go dliectlv
to the Valll t ottage.i, Black Island.
Authorized at low rates to points
west during July and August. Call
T I upon M. L. Smith, Dlv. Pass. Acent. D..
L. & V. It. It. for information.
Special sale of Bnso Ball goods, prices
reduced one-third. Jurlsch's, S2t
For morbid conditions take BI3ECII
X WATERS, the Hatter, t
205 1'.acUawanna Avenue. T
tmttt MIIIIIH tt-f-Ktt
t M M M M 4-fi
GREAT at SMALL I
T COMBINATION UNDEIlWKAlt T
I C1.00 and pi.50 Per Suit. I
ARE AT-LOW EBB
Doard of Control lias Run Over the
COMMITTEE TO FIND A REMEDY
Money Must Ilo Avnllnblc, President
Jennings Says, llcforo lln Will Sign
Wnrrniits.-No Certainty About tho
I'tirnlturo Nccustmry for tho Com
mercial Coursn at tho lllp.li School.
Stutcinuut I'ur islicd by Treasurer
Last evening's stated meeting of the
hoard of control established ns certain
the past suspicion that the school Ueas
ury was In a rather depleted condition.
City Treasurer Boland submitted a re
port which shows that the balance on
hand up to the ending of the school
district's llscal year, June SO, is not
suniclcnt to pay current bills due up
to that date. Mr. Poland's report was
To balance cash on hand Juno
30, 18M t 30,S'J7 W
To amount received from collec
tors of dellniuent taxes 23,S'J2 82
To 1SW sshcol taxes collected
by treasurer 219,201 10
To penalty collected by treas
urer 3 Jo
To school appropriation 75,8W K5
To amount received from sale of
1S97 Issuoof bonds 131,833 00
To amount received irom regis
tered taxes 49 11
To amount received on school or
der, overpaid M 10
To amount received from E. V.
Fellows, sesretary 1S1 23
To mount received on interest
and sinking fund account 2,302 10
Total re:elpts $1S7,1!3 85
By general school war
rants paid $239,777 23
By building warrants
paid 110,212 93
By high school building
warrants paid 3j,G0J 30
By commissions to treas
urer and collectors of
delinquent taxes C.20S SO
By Interest on school
bonds 12,670 m
Total disbursements 421,173 09
Balance cash on Jiand S C2.71S 70
The abovo balanco Is distributed as fel
lows: General school account. ..?31,737 10
General building account. 2.5S1 77
Interest and sinking fund
account 28,397 59
MR. BOLAND'S LETTER.
Accompanying the report was this
E. D. Follows, Secretary Board of Con
trol, Scranton School District, Scranton,
Dear sir: In connection with annual
report for school year ending Juno 30,
1S97, submitted herewith, I have to In
form you that from July 1st, to July 12th,
1897 inclusive, this office has paid war
rants issued by tho board previous to
July 1st, 1S97, In said Bchool year ns fol
lows: General school warrants $13,79S 72
Building warrants 182 CO
(Signed) C. G. Boland.
Treasurer Scranton school district.
The balance of $02,718.76 includes the
interest and sinking fund account of
$28,397.59, which can be used for only
the purpose Indicated and which leaves
a balance of but $31,321.17 available for
general purposes. Out of the latter
sum must bo deducted the $1C,9S1.22
mentioned in the city treasurer's letter
ns having been paid out since July 1
for school warrants issued prior to that
date. Secretary Fellows, who is in
camp with the Thirteenth regiment nt
Mount Gretna, left behind him a letter
addressed, to President Jennings, stat
ing that warrants amounting to$18,28S.
10 had been authorized by the board,
but had not been Issued from the sec
retary's oftlce. In addition to these
sums, bills duo before July 1 and
amounting to about $1,800 were ap
proved by the board last night.
Adding the $10,981.22, $1S,28S.10 and
$1,800 mentioned In the foregoing,
shows $37,009.32 ns an indebtedness for
which there Is but $31,321.17 available
and which leaves a deficit of $2,718.15
in the school treasury.
The report and the board's financial
condition were referred to'the finance
committee with Instructions to report
at the next meeting.
There was also referred to the com
mittee a number of bills for large
amounts, some of which were to be paid
out of the 1896-97 appropriations and
some of which were, by agreement, not
to bo paid until after July 1. These
latter Included bills of E. S. "Williams,
Architect Davis, the Hunt & Connell
company and John Benore & Sons for
considerable sums for contract and es
timates on new Nos. 23, 15 and 26 school
When Mr, Langan read a list of bills
approved by tho high and training
school committees, Mr. Williams called
the board's attention to the expense
incurred for decorations for tho High
school graduation exercises and urged
that this Item bo done away with In
The high and training school com
mittees asked for Instructions regard
ing the expense which would bo in
volved in establishing the commercial
course at the High school. Mr. Langan
reported that quite a large sum might
have to be expended for the cabinet
work and furniture necessary to tho
course. After some discussion it was
decided, on motion of Mr. Gibbons, to
postpone until later in the year any
definite recommendations to the com
mittee. President Jennings remarked during
a discussion of further improvements
to the grounds of Nos. 10 and 23
schools that he would refuse to sign
nny warrants, no matter how small
the sum Involved, if there were no
available funds to meet them.
CHEMICALS HAVE MOVED.
Now Occupying tho Hon so of Hook
and Ladder Company.
Pending tho repairing of the Phoenix
hose house the chemical engine will be
stationed at the Hook and Ladder
house. The Hook and Ladder truck will
be repaired and painted in the mean
time. Tho Phoenix horses will be put out
on pasture for a reBt and the "hooks"
team will pull tho chemical engine.
HOTEL KEEPER SERIOUSLY ACCUSED.
Tho Othor Sido of the Story, How
ever, Has Not lleon Heard.
Hoteikeeper John Mofhtt, of Brick
avenue, was arrested by Constable
Coles, last night, on a warrant sworn
out before Alderman Howe by Charjei
Sherman, In which the charge is assault
and bnttory antl robbery,
Sherman, who Is a collector for tho
Providence Gas and Water company,
had a dispute with Moflltt over the
amount of his water rent Saturday
night. Moflltt, 1t Is alleged, threw tho
collector out on his head nnd then re
lieved him of $47.
Moflltt waived a hearing nnd entered
bnll for his appearance at tho next
term of criminal rourt, when his side
of the Btory will bo heard.
KILLED A HIRED HORSE.
William H'nrrcn Hold to Answer for
Cruelty to Animals.
On May II, William Warner, a line
man for tho Scranton Electric Light
and Hent company, hired a horse from
Cuslck's livery for tho purpose, as he
said, of making a tour of inspection on
the hill. Tho nnlmal was taken oat nt
noon and at midnight was picked up
by the police in a dilapidated condition.
From the neglect nnd abuse the horse
underwent, It died the next day.
Warner, it appears, became intoxi
cated after taking the horse out and
after driving around from saloon to
saloon wont to his homo on the South
Side. Ills younger brother, upon learn
ing that he had not attended to his
work, hunted up Joseph McDonald, an
other lineman, who was found attend
ing a ball nt Turner hall, and had him
make the neglected. Inspection.
McDonald nnd the younger Warner
did not know that the- horse had been
abused and being In a hurry they drove
him nt a good pace over the route they
had to follow and when the police, who
had been notified from the livery to
look out for the horse, found him in a
lather of sweat and limping badly, they
arrested the pair and locked them up.
They were allowed to go later upon
making their explanations.
The elder Warner, upon sobering up
and learning of the arrests, got out of
the way and It was not until yesterday
that the authorities could locate him.
He, In company with McDonald and
young Warner, were arrested at the In
stance of the livery keeper and taken
before Alderman Howe for a hearing.
Tho two latter wore again exculpated,
but Warner was required to furnish
$300 ball to answer at court for cruelty
He tried to make out that the horse
balked and reared coming down Mul
berry street hill and was Injured by
reason of its own vlclousness. Wit
nesses were called in rebuttal to show
that the animal was quiet and tame
and never known to balk.
HAAQ WAS RIGHT THERE.
Set Upon by Two Men, Who Iloro
Him mi Ancient Grudge.
Ex-Police Officer Harry Hang was
set upon by two men on Lackawanna
avenue last evening, whose evident in
tention was to get even with him for
eorao grudge they bore him since tho
time he was on the force. They were
thwarted in their Intention however
and one of them will probably not go
to work today.
Hnag thinks he recognizes them as
two Bellevue men whom he arrested
one night for raising a disturbance
on lower Lackawanna avenue. Ho
does not Intend to have them arrested,
feeling that he gave them all thq
punishment they deserve.
HE RECEIVED A QUEER " DOLLAR.
But He Got a Good Ono for It from
Yesterday morning Nicholas Sossong
appeared before Alderman Howe with'
an unmistakable counterfeit silver dol
lar, which he alleged he received Sat
urday from Rosenberg Bros., of Penn
Ono of the firm was sent for and
when he learned the accusation ho
gave Sossong a good dollar, nnd tak
ing the bad one destroyed it with a
pen knife. He said he did not know
whether or not the dollar was given out
at his store, but sooner than have any
bother he gave up a dollar.
"TURN-OUT" AT THE LANOCLIFFE.
Driver Boys Tic Up tho 3Iino for u
There was a "turn-out" on the part
of the driver boys at the Langcllffe
Coal company's colliery in Avoca yes
terday. Some of them thought they
should receive extra pay for the hour
or so they are compelled to work after
"all over" blows and Induced the others
to follow them In a strike for the ad
The matter was adjusted during the
afternoon and the works were resumed
The D. L. & W. railroad now runs an
elegant through day coach (as we'l as
sleeping cars) from New York to Chi
cago on their train No. 7, leaving New
York at 7 p. m., every day, thus en
suring "no change of cars" to all pas
sengers. It Is the shortest route and
has the lowest rates. Apply to your
nearest D., L. & W. railroad ticket
When you get tired of having your
dental work done over, go to the New
York Dental Parlors for permanent
work, 131 Wyoming avenue.
Miss Carolyne V. Dorsey, teacher of
elocution, oratory and delsarte, 107 Wy
Twining, optician 125 Penn avenue, in
Harris' drug store. Hours 9 a. m.. 6
To Cure n Cold in Ono Bay.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
falls to cure. 25c.
SULLIVAN In Wllkes-Barre, July 11,
1837, Mrs. Mary Sullivan, age 70 years.
Funeral Wednesday morning. Tho re
mains will be brought to this city on
tho trnin which arrives hero over tho
"elawaro and Hudson railroad nt 11.55.
interment will be made In Hydo Park
HUNT In Scranton, Pa., July 10, 1897,
James M. Hunt, at his home, 1011 Mou
sey avenuo, age CO ycarB. Funeral ser
vices ut the residence Tuesday lifter
noon nt 1 o'clock. Interment private,
(n Forest III11 cemetery.
CLARK In Scranton. Pa., July ll,'lS97,
Kate, daughter of James Clark, ago 7
years. Funeral Wednesday at 2.30 p.
m. from tho residence, 1327 Mylert ave
nue, SKEOCH-In Dunmore, July 11, 189f, John
Scoullar Skeoch, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Tomes B, Skeoch, aged 9 months and
i6 days. Funeral Tuesday afternoon
from tho family rcsldeneo 708 Clay
M'CARTHY In Scranton, July 12, 18S7,
Mrs. Mary McCarthy, aged 61 yean.
Funeral from her lato home, 031 Madl
Bon avenue, Thursday morning, A req
uiem mass will bo sung In St. Peter's
cathedral. The deceased will be taken
on tho 7.45 train to Shenandoah, where
Interment will bo made.
Concluded from Pago l.J
tho same process. There are a few
trees, Just a few, to tantalize tho suf
ferers. But on the whole Gretna Is
Just the thing for a camp location,
combining ns it docs tho discomforts
of real war with the pleasures of a
When tho Thirteenth reached tho
place a thick fog was shrouding tho
field. Line was formed on the long
station plntform and the march through
part of the park to the tented temporal
homes was begun.
Colonel Coursen was at the head of
the column. The Fourth, Twelfth nnd
Eighth had arrived before and when
the Thirteenth entered the big field the
smoke from n hundred tents told of
preparation for breakfast.
The march of tho Thirteenth was for
over a half mile through a rolling field.
On the top of a big hill and between
the Fourth nnd Ninth regiments our
"first loglroent in the state" was lo
cated. Colonel Dougherty, of the Ninth regi
ment, and his men arrived ten minutes
after the Thirteenth's train.
Tho Young Men's Christian association
havo a tent on tho Held.
Tho boys of Company H nre among tho
most orderly In camp. They uro model
In this respect.
Company F boys havo set certain nights
for the forage of certain necessaries. It
was blanket night last night.
Arlington Adams, tho colored cook of
tho G boys. Is a great favorite. He sings
plantation songs, and Is good company
Seldcn II. Mungcr, at ono time West
Sldo correspondent for tho Times, Is
with Company G, of Montrose, as com
Tho "hangers on" this year aro not
very numerous, but they nro noticeable
and of the kind that make a living at
shooting crap, etc.
Mayor F. W. Stlllwell, who was re
cently elected to the position nt mess Sat
urday evening, passed nround tho cigars
to every member of the Second batta
lion. Prlvato Murphy, of Company E, was
struck on the head by a stono thrown
In play by a comrade. Dr. Kellar sewed
tho wound. Murphy was not Incapacitat
ed from duty.
Conductor George Sweeney, who was In
charge of the troop team, was conductor
on tho train which carried The Tribune's
prize winners through Pennsylvania on
their Chicago trip In 1S93.
Eleven-year-old Abraham Steinberg Is
with us. Messages were received at camp
today from tho boy's parents at Scran
ton, inquiring about him. One message
was received by Chief of Police Rob
ling, captain of Company C.
The Thirteenth had decidedly the best
of It on dress parado with their forage
caps, as compared to the unseemly grey
campaign hats of tho other regiments.
When it conies to comfort the new hats
can give all sort3 of odds to tho thick
Hospital Steward "Joe" Baumelster Is
In charge of the best working depart
ment In tho regiment. Fourteen cases
of sickness or "grunters," as the poor
fellows nro called, wcro given various
doses at the hospital tent Saturday, Only
one was of a serious nature.
After tho mesmerist gave his remark
able exhibition last night "Happy" Jack
Macrcth tried to do It Just as good with
n. Company F fakir as a subject. Tho
fakir faked. Jack had him clinch his
hands. The fellow did so, nnd for twen
ty minutes held them In tho position. Af
ter a long time Jack, who was looking
fearfully at tho fake subject yelled:
"Run and get that buck to got him
looso!" Ho believes yet that he had hyp
notized tho fellow.
At 12.30 o'clock Monday morning the
clatter of tho corporals' guard in F
street was heard. Investigation revealed
tho fact that a gang of F's boys had
pulled out a tent pole, allowing the can
vass and top beams to fall on the sleep
ers within. Tho guard pulled from
under the pile of canvass ono private
who has been sick since camp started.
The-young fellow was too weak to move
from his position under tho tent, and ho
suffered tho chance of a gun hitting him.
Tho patrol took him to another tent,
where ho spent the rest of the night.
Captain It. J. McCausland and his
Montrose boys, G company, aro tho main
stay of tho regiment. They nro order
ly, earnest and well drilled. Captain
McCausland Is deserving of tho confidence
of his men, nnd he certainly has It.
Personally, ho Is courteous and friendly,
a commanding officer, yet a brother to
the ranks. Saturday General Gobln took
occasion to remark upon tho complete
number In tho company line. They had
five sets of fours, which Is unusual, nnd
the General referred to It ns unusual In
the faco of a general decline in the mem
bership of other companies.
A hypnotist In tho person of 18-year-old
William Leopold, of Allentown, struck
camp Sunday night, and gave a remark
able demonstration of his power by tho
light of Company G's gasoline Jet at
the cook house. The audlenco numbered
over thirty boys In blue, and some who
had very llttlo blue on them. Young Leo
pold Is a fierce-eyed youtn with black
hair, and a strong faco. Ho tried his
skill first on tho "falling" test. Several
tried this. Afterward Art Meredith was
stung by bees and had tho pin on a
sharp-shooter's medal run through his
wrist. Charllo Flnberg made the best
subject of all. He spoke on McKlnloy,
bhot crap, sold salve, danced tho body
dunce, chased his rubber nose, had mo
lasses run down his faco and other
pleasant experiences. Tho hypnotist eamo
hero on a freight train and is a hanger
on" for G company. E. D, O.
OKELL STILL IN THE RACE.
lias No Thought of Giving Up tho
Tight for Shcrlir.
George Okell was In anything but an
amiable framo of mind yesterday. One
of tho Sunday papers printed the an
nouncement that Mr. Okell had with
drawn from tho race for tho Republi
can nomination for sheriff and that
piece of alleged news was echoed In the
Republican yesterday morning. In con
sequence Mr. Okell's friends bore down
upon him in droves to ascertain the
causes that led htm to withdraw from
She severest blow of all to Mr. Okell
was the announcement In the morning
paper that he had to withdraw because
Henry 'Wehrum, general manager of
the Lackawanna Iron and Steel com
pany, by whom Mr. Okell .Is employed,
had insisted on his retiring from the
Mr. Okell said yesterday In tho most
emphatic way possible that he was In
the light for the nomination for sheriff
to stay until the convention Is held,
He was equally emphatic in asserting
that Mr. Wehrum had In no way at
tempted to Interfere with his candl-,
Mr. Wehrum also denied that ho had
asked Mr. Okell to get out of the field.
THE SUMMIT OF PIKE'S PEAK.
Contains I tie Announcement of John
It. Jones Candidacy.
Attorney Jolirt J. Murphy, who is
now in San Francisco spending a few
weeks, was on tho summit of Pike's
Peak on July 4 and while there fas
tened a portrait of District Attorney
John R. Jones to ono of tho topmost
crnlgs. It is one of the portraits ac
companying tho announcement that
Mr. Jones is a candidate for a re
election to tho ortlce of district attor
ney. Mr. Murphy Btudled Inw under the
direction of Mr. Jones. It Is the first
time on record that tho candidacy of a
Lackawanna county man has been pro
claimed from such a lofty height.
MAN FRIGHTFULLY MUTILATED.
.Met Death on Itnilrond Near West
Iincknwnnnn Avenuo Crossing.
At 2 o'clock this morning the muti
lated body, of U nan was found on the
Delaware, Lack ranna and Western
railroad about fifty feet north of the
West Lackawanna nvenue crossing.
The man was evidently nboutt 33
years of age and had a dark brown
moustache and black hair. One of his
legs was artificial. His body was first
discovered by tho gate tender.
He recalled that he saw three men
trying to get on the 1.10 fast freight
and only remembered seeing two of
them on tho cars. The third evidently
fell under the wheels and met almost
Instant death. His body was fright
fully mutilated. After the freight train
had passed a "bob-tall" switching en
gine ran over a portion of the remains
nnd added to tho work of mutilation.
Tho remains wers' recognized ly
James Doyle, of tho Metropolitan hotel
us "Jake" Boyd, a hostler for Frank
Amsbry. One of his companions was a
young man named Brooks, employed
by Iteose & Lon;. They were bound
OFFICERS OF CENTRAL LABOR UNION
Chosen und Installed nt a Meeting
At a largely attended meeting of tho
Central Labor union lost night tho fol
lowing ofllcers wcro chosen and in
stalled: President, M. D. Flaherty; vice pres
ident, M. Kelly; recording and corres
ponding secrotnry, M. J. it. Levy;
financial secretary, J. P. Everett;
treasurer, E. E. Knapp; trustees, M.
Tighe, C. S. Benedict, George Gothler;
auditors, Thomas Monahan, J. H. Mc
Nulty, M. Gardner; sergeant-at-arms,
J. II. MeNulty.
TWELVE DOLLARS A MONTH.
Mrs. Anna HI. KlccUler Itoccives a
Pension of Thnt Amount.
Mrs. Anna M. Kleckler, of 514 Clay
avenue, has been made happy by re
ceiving a pension from the government
of $12 per month, together with back
pension aggregating $510. The pension
dates from Jan. 28, 1893.
Through the efforts of Congressman
William Connell the pension was se
cured for Mrs. Kleckler.
SOUTH MILL RESUMES.
Double Turn Again nt Work nt That
Work wns resumed In all departments
of the South mill yesterday. Kearly all
of the men who quit three weeks ago
because the scale of wages was unsatis
factory wcro back in their places yes-
FIRST WEEK OF THE
FOR TUB PEOPLE.
As Never Before
A change in busin
makes it necessary to cl
out every article before
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uai J.31, ntvi-i in yuui nit:
have you had an opportunity
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A. R. SAWYER,
132 Wyoming Avs,
BEST SETS OF TEETH $8,
Including tho painless extracting ot
teeth by an entirely now process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
jii Spruce St, Opp. Motel Jermyn.
M-HH-M4U4 tMIHtlHIIHtllll HUH MH M IM lj
L "Music's stream can roll j
L To Hootho the heart and harmonize tho soul." 1
y VICTOK HUGO. q
t SCRANTON SCHOOL OP MUSIC AND LANQUAOGS. J
Carter Dulldlng, Adams
A fl o weeks' session from June 28 to July 30. Pupils
may enter ut any time.
J. ALFUBD PENNINOTON. DmECTOR.
(Organist Kim Turk Church.)
r-H-f HHMHHMHHtHHf f 4-H-HH--H--H-H
are costly things, but we have
to keepv them for an occa
sion call. We cau sell you
something that looks every
bit as good and gives the self
same service, for less than
half the money.
Carpet prices will com
mence to soar iu a month or two and now is the time
406 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
terday morning and last night, when
the two turns went to work.
The few vacancies that existed were
filled by prombtlons and the employ
ment of new men.
JAMES W. CLARKE ARRESTED.
Countable of tho Eighteenth Charged
ConAtnblo Jnmes W. Clarke, of the
Eighteenth ward, was yesterday held
to ball In the sum of $200 before Alder
man Howe for larceny.
July 3, Clarke sold out the household
effects of Qustave Dambroslo, of Ninth
street, on a landlord's warrant, Issued
at tho Instance of Thomas McLean.
The warrant which Clarke himself filled
out was defective and tho sale which
was made? without the required notice
of distress was Irregular.
) For these reasons ho was deemed
guilty of larceny and will have to make
answer to court therefor.
Log nnd Two Kiln Fractured.
By a fall of roof at tho Wlnton col
liery yesterday morning, Paul Wnun
debusch, a laborer, had his ribs- on the
left side and his left leg fractured. He
Is being cared for at the Lackawanna
hospital. His injuries are not at a
HUMORS IN THE E OOD, bolls,
pimples, scrofula, sores, a 'oromptly
eradicated by Hood's Sarsai. ''la, tho
One True Blood Purifier, nerv, tonic
and health builder.
HOOD'S PILLS are easy to take,
easy to operate. Cure indigestion, bil
We arc still doing business at the
same old stand whero we havo been for
twenty-two years past and most re
spectfully solicit the patronage of tho
public as heretofore in awnings, tents,
Hags and all kinds of society goods
S. J. Fuhrman & Bro.
Bicycle repairing receives prompt at
tention at JurlsclVs, 321 Spruce st.
Scrub Brushes 4c up
Carpat Sweeper $1.74
Chair Seats 4c
Universal Clothas Wringer Z19
Wash Boards, full siza, 10c
lea Cream Freezers, 2-qt size 1.50
Clothes Lines, extra hard laid,... 10c
Knife Trays 10c
Clothes Dryer 73c
Rolling Pins 8c
Wood Faucets 4c
Wood Spoons. 4c
Clothes Pins, per doz... 1c
Potato MashBrs 4c
COMBINED IN OUR
Bell & Skinner, H0HatS.yn
Sole Agent5 for
Young Bros.' Straws
ave. nnd Linden st. J
320 Lackawanna kn, Scranton Pa.
Wliolcsnlo nnd Kctnll
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD.
Ready 'Mixed Tinted Points,
Convenient, Kconomlcnl. Ihuobte.
Producing Perfect Imitation of ExpensWt
Raynolds Wood Finish,
Especially Designed for Instdo Work.
Marble Floor Finish.
Durnblo nnd Dries Quickly.
Paint Varnish and Kal
PURE LINSEED OIL AHO TURPENTINE.
Sohnw Piano Stands at tho Head
AND J. W. GUERNSEY Stands at tho Heal
In the Musis track. Vou can always got a
hotter bargain at his beautiful wareroomj
than at any other placo in the city.
Call and see for youraclf before buying,
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. QUERNSEY, Prop.
& BRO. I
m 312 and 314 Lack. Ave., Scranton. 8
The Eye Specialist
"WHOSE office Is at
' J18 I.ucuawan
na nvenue, In Will
lams' White Front
Shoo htore, examines
the eyo free In tho
most accurate way,
and his prices for spec-
isr rjy kq uiuie'i uro uueuper
& DDODrDS' "ian elsewhere. A la
&S lisirtlHS mcntablelndlflerence
to the proper care of
theeyes seem to pos-
6'Ci ZHM. iKSsv "e"H mom people uiuu
1iiXZ?JSly P the time comes when
vlslon,or other results
of such neglect Klve warning that uature Is
rebelling against such tieutment of one of
the most precious glfli. Normal vision Is a
blessing unappreciuted until It has boen lost
and restored; Its mil value Is then realized,
Therefore, you should not lose n day before
having your eyes examined. Thlsservlce we
gladly render tree of charge.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store.
WE HAVE THE
Just now the season is
ending and we will
$1,00 Straw Hats for - 50c
$1.50 " " " $1.00
Sj.oo ' " " $.115
j,.fl0 i $Il50
Small matter to you
where the loss falls. The
maker and ourselves care
for. that. Measure your
profit by what you buy.
Sale Begins Monday, July 12tli.
412 Spruce Street.
Use 1 1) Christian's.
IN OUR NEW STORE,
NOTHING BUT NEW GOODS
DUNN, The Hatter.
WOLF & WENZEL,
340 Adams Ave., Opp. Court Houss,
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Solo Agents for Richardson-Boynton's
Furnaces and Itangse.
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