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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 17, 1897.
Half Off Now
On some Rood books,
which move slowly.
Have selected nice lot
from our stock and put
them on bargain tabic
to sell at hair price.
While light literature Is easily sold,
solid subjects stay with us
until wc tire of them.
Hence this "Deep Cut" to move them.
They arc worthy of inspection.
25'Ccnt paper covered books.
good assortment, popular authors,
for 10 cents each,
?22 Lackawanna Ave.
Have a Cigar?
Thanks Don't caro If
1 do. Ah, this Is a
I'm in luck. It's tuy
Carney, Brown & Go.
Norrman & Moore
S20 Wyoming Ave.
Well Tested and with One Acclaim
the Ptihlic Proclaims
308 Penn Avenue. A. 13. WARMAN.
DR. W. B. HENWOOD,
316 LACKAWANIH AVE.
Uavo opened a General Insuranoo Olllco In
into' Hoi m ii
Bout Stock Companies represented, Largo
Jlnes especially solicited. Telephone 1803.
The transfer of passengers still con
tinues on the Mulberry street line. Tho
patrons of the road are slow to anger
and long suffering as they trudge pa
tiently to and fro over the block that
Intervenes between the cars. It is only
in the case of such a disruption as now
exists that one realizes how great Is
the patronage In this direction as the
throngs hasten to reach the other car
as If It were not there for the express
purpose of conveying them to their des
tinations. The work has been delayed
by a mistake made In placing the track
not quite In the centre of the street for
the space of two blocks, which neces
sitated a removal,
The Academy of Music was adorned
with American Hags last evening to
signal the advent of Corse Payton, who
called attention to the fact and inci
dentally mentioned that he liked Scran
ton because everybody Is so nice to him
In this town and that although he
wasn't born here. If It ever happened
again he proposed to select Scranton
as his birthplace,
The managers of the Homo for the
Friendless wish to announce that a
beautiful baby boy and also one of
larger growth aro there for adoption.
Applications may be made at the Homo
on Thursday morning.
It's a great pity that our homo ball
team cannot be kept at home.
Molly Elliot Sewall's new book, "A
Virginia Cavalier," Is full of George
.Washington from beglnnlg to end, as
ha Is the "Virginia Cavalier." The
book Is Issued by Harpers and Is an
The baritone solo, "Not a Sparrow
Falleth," sung by T. Cushlng Jones on
Sunday at Elm Park church, was one
of the best musical features heard In
this city for some time.
James McDonald and daughter, Ce
cilia, of Waverly, Minn., arrived hero
Saturday. Mr. McDonald is a delegate
to the Catholic Total Abstinence union
convention, representing the Minne
sota Stato union, and his daughter Is
a delegate from the Waverly Cadets.
Mr. McDonald was born In Mlnooka
and left for the west about twenty
years ago. He Is now a prominent citi
zen of Waverly and one of its leading
business men. He has filled several
political offices, serving one term as
recorder of deeds. During his stay in
this city Mr. McDonald is the guest of
T. J. Flannery, of Grimes & Flannery.
Mayor J. G. Bailey, Chief of the Fire
Department P. J. HIckey, Chief George
Stegmaler, of the Wllkes-Barre flro
11 BEFORE BREAKFAST!
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I jM Hprlng Styles, 3 '
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lj. A. WATERS,
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department, and Adam Stelnhouser, of
the Hook and Ladder company, left
yesterday for New Haven, Conn., to at
tend tho annual convention of flro
A number of Scranton people went
to Lake Ariel last evening to attend
a barn party Given by Mrs. John J.
Fahey, Mrs. William Kelly, Mrs, Joseph
O'Brien and Miss McAndrews.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 15. Ilobathan havo
returned from their wcddlnjr, tour and
arc at homo to their friends at ICO
South Hydo Park avenue.
Four attorneys were added to tho
roll of the Lackawanna county bar yes
terday. All aro young men who havo
Just completed the prescribed course of
study. They aro Jacob Lange, cx-prln-clpal
of the High Bchoolj Arthur Dunn,
George Okcll and Charles II. Ilorton.
Mrs. M. J. Myers, of York, Pa., grand
commander of Degree of Naomi, An
cient Order Knights of the Mystic
Chain, arrived In the city yesterday.
This evening a special session of tho
grand assembly will bo hMd In tho
hall of Esther assembly, No. 10, nt 419
Lackawanna avenue. After the regu
lar business session the grand assem
bly will meet. Past commanders will
be present from nil the lodges In this
valley. A social will follow.
A farewell reception will bo tendered
Rev. Thomas Bell, former pastor of the
Plymouth Congregational church, next
Wednesday evening, at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilklns, on South
Lincoln avenue. Rev. Mr. Bell and
family will leave for Moravia, N. Y.,
on Thursday for his new pastorship.
The spectacle of a young lady coast
ing on a bicycle up as well as down
Elmhurst boulevard might seem Im
probable on anything but a motorcycle,
but Miss Gertrude Spraguo, of Qulncy
avenue, accomplished tho feat Satur
day. She was one of a largo picnic
party and made the coast by means
of a strap attached to a buggy driven
by her father, Thomas Sprague.
MIs" OlllUo Wormscr leaves this morn
ing for a threo weeks' stay In Asbury
Park, N. J.
Miss Sophie FInkcnstaldt. of Buffalo,
N. Y is visiting Mrs. A. G. Thomason,
of Green Itldge.
Mycr Davldow, the Lackawanna avenue
shoo man, is spending today in the New
York shoo market.
Miss Lolla Phillips, of Adams nvenuo,
Is visiting Miss Florence Hunt, at Squaro
Top, Wyoming county.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Varlcy and son, Ger-i
alJ, of Wyoming avenue, havo returned
from a visit at Concord, Mass.
Mrs. D. Schall IUussett, of South New
Berlin, N. Y Is visiting Sirs. Arthur
Hitchcock, of Madison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Owen, of Oak
street, Taylor, leavo today for an ex
tended trip among tho large cities of tho
Miss Gertrude Suydam, of Wyoming
nvenue, and Miss Fannlo riilllips, of
Swetland street, spent Sunday at Lake
Miss Flora Levi and her sister, Miss
Prudenco. havo returned from a month's
visit with friends at Chicago and Mil
waukee. Miss Cafsle Williams, of Peckvllle, who
has been visiting her brother, J. R. Will
iams, of Monsey avenuo, returned homo
Mr. and Mrc. E. G. Reynolds, of Dick
son, spent Sunday with Mrs. Reynolds'
sister, Mrs. H. E. Mansoler, of North
Professor Arthur L. Dorsey has re
turned to Grand Forks, North Dakota,
where he Is engaged as a teacher of elocu
tion and oratory.
Mrs. G. Osbnrn Letehworth, of Chicago,
and Miss Mary Bronon, of Mount Holly,
N. J., are visiting at Thomas A. Patten's,
on the West Side.
Miss Julia Allen Is spending August In
tho Adlrondacks, tho guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Beardsley, of Newark, N. J., at their
cottage on Paradox lake.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Barrett, of Blng
hamton, and Mrs. Knight, of Scranton,
spent Sunday at Clark's Summit, tho
guests of A. A. Nichols.
A. H. Rombo, sr., representing Pot
ter Lodge, Knights of Pythias, of Austin,
Pa., Is stopping at the home of L. Huff,
on Parker street, North End.
Mr. Frank Knight, of Providence, for
merly with tho Factory shoe store, has
accepted a position with Mycr Davldow,
tho Lackawanna avenuo shoo man.
Dr. Russell Chldsey, of 012 Prescott ave
nue, this city, went to Wllkes-Barre yes
terday on a professional visit. The doc
tor will also spend a vacation of a few
days with friends there.
Miss Mamie L. Weber, of Allcntown, re
turned to her homo yesterday morning
after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Klotz,
of I.afayette street. Mrs. Klotz accom
panied her for a short visit in Allen
town. PATRICK JORDAN'S WILL.
Ills Estate Will 11a Divided Among
His Four Sons.
Among tho wills admitted to probate
yesterday by Register of Wills Hop
kins was that of the late Patrick Jor
dan. His executor Is his son. Rev.
James F, Jordan, and he Is directed to
pay Mrs. Mary McGovern $100; her
daughter and son, Lizzie and Paul Mc
Govern, $50 each.
The remainder of the estate goes to
his four sons, Rev. James F. Jordan,
Thomas J. Jordan, P. P. Jordan and
W. II. WHITE RJJN DOWN.
Proprietor of tho Terrnco Narrowly
Escapes Serious Injury.
W. H. White, proprietor of the Hotel
Termce, while rldlnc a bicycle was
run down yesterday morning in front
of W. P. Connell & Bona' hardware
store, on Penn avenue.
Mr. White was riding along the ave
nue when he was run into by a horse
attached to a light vehicle. Ho was
knocked under the horse's feet, but
escaped being trampled upon. His es
cape from serious injury was remark
able. DOUBLE BILL TONIflHT.
ltcv. Levi Ulrd nnd Air. Williams Will
Rev. Levi Ulrd, whose sermon on "A
Valley of Death," Is remembered, and
Mr. Williams, of Dunmore, better
known by the soubriquet of "Antonio,"
will speak at COS Linden street this
Mr. Bird will tell of the "Ravages of
Intemperance," while Mr. Williams will
contend that "Interest Kates Have
Brought Greater Evil Than Intemper
ance." Admission will be free.
FORD.In Dunmore, Aug. IB, 1897. at her
home, on Oak street, Mrs. Thomas
Ford, aged 60 year. Funeral 9.30 a. m.
Wednesday, Aug. 18, UD7. Interment In
Bt. Mary's Catholic cemetery, Dunmore.
JONES. In Scranton, August 10, 1S97, Da
vid T. Jonci. aged 63 years, at his late
residence, M0 North Mali) avenue. The
funeral services will be announced later.
J2asNi)(fe'rk nfsfcwstf.jS "sjsl n- kinkimx,.
DIVORCE MILL DOES
A BIG DAY'S WORK
Oround Out Six Absolute Decrees aud
Has Another Ready.
ABUNDANCE OP RAW MATERIAL
Almost Ucforo the Six Cases Wore
Disposed ot, Six More Applications
Tor Divorces Wcro In tho Flics
Awnlting ActlonAs Usitnl. n
Larger Number of Women Tlinn
Men Aro Seeking to Ilnvo tho Wup-
tinl Knot Untnstcncd.
Lackawanna county continues to
keep up her reputation ns a great di
vorce center. At yesterday's midsum
mer session of court six absolute di
vorces were granted and In another
case an order was made for alimony
and tho court Intimated that the di
vorce would be granted as soon as the
proper decree Is drawn and presented
to Hie court for consideration.
While all of this was going on up
stairs, attorneys were stacking up tho
files In the prothonotary'B office with
fresh applications for divorces. Six
applications altogether were filed dur
ing the day. Tho first one came from
Carbondale. Mrs. Anna Louise Monk
wants the court to set her free from
Thomas Monk who, sho alleges, has
offered such Indignities to her person
ns to compel her to withdraw from his
home. They were married Jan. 16. 1869,
and lived together until July 29, 1893.
The libel In the case was filed by At
torney II. C. Butler, who also filed tho
papers in tho case of Louise Arnold
ngalnst Chemnon F. Arnold. This di
vorce Is asked on the ground of cruel
treatment. They were married Sept. 6,
1882, and lived together until Aug. 1,
It Is a sad story that Mrs. Ann Jnno
Morris, of Taylor, has to tell. She
married William Morris on June 13,
1896, and seven days later he deserted
her. His treatment of her was out
rageous and he has never contributed
anything to tho support of herself or
child. Morris Is one of the young men
who was charged with committing a
vicious assault on Hotelkeeper Von
Welsenfluh, of Taylor. Mrs. Morris is
represented by Attorney James E.
CASE OF DESERTION.
Alof Akeson, through Attorney D. J.
Davis, asked for a dlvorco from Ann
J. Akeson. They were married Sept.
30, 1S96, and on Oct. 22 of the same
year Mrs. Akeson deserted her hus
band. He now resides on Sherman
avenue, this city.
The first paper that Attorney Arthur
Dunn filed was In the case of Mrs.
Elizabeth A. Grlswold against Wil
liam P. Grlswold. They were married
Jan 1, 1889, and Mrs. Grlswold alleges
that on Dec. 15, 1891, her husband de
serted her and has since persisted in
Lena D. Pearce, by her attorneys,
Vosburg & Dawson, filed a libel In di
vorce against her husband, Warren R.
Pearce. She alleges that they were
married on April 13, 1897, and that a
few davs after the marriage he began
to offer indignities to her person, and
to commit acts of personal violence, so
that sho has been compelled to with
draw from his home, as her condition
has been rendered intolerable and her
Mrs. Janet Lewis, of Spring Brook,
was granted a divorce from David M.
Lewis, to whom she was married on
Oct. 15, 1892. They did not live hap
pily together. They first quarreled be
cause Mrs. Lewis refused to allow her
cousin from Nantlcoke, who came to
visit them, to share their couch. There
after Mrs. Lewis says her husband fre
quently abused and beat her, and re
fused to provide for her or their two
children. 6he is now living with her
pnrents at Spring Brook. Such, in sub
stances, was her testimony before tho
Judge who heard the case. They sep
arated Dec. 22, 1896.
NICE GROOM THIS.
On Nov. 19, 1891, Mrs. Lizzie May
Williams and Harry C. Williams were
married at Carbondale. While at Blng
hnmton on their wedding tour he
threatened to cut her throat. He never
contributed to her support, and fre
quently abused her. On Dec. 28, 1891,
she was compelled to leave him. She
was granted a divorce.
Mrs. Delilah L. Rennlman was al
lowed a divorce because her husband,
William J. Rennlman deserted her on
June 1, 1SS6. They were married Dec.
Mrs. Cecilia K7. Hayes, who married
John J. Hayes at Stroudsburg on Oct
5, 1876, was granted a divorce because
her husband was unfaithful to her.
They lived together only about six
ueorgo u. Mcuann was allowed a
divorce because his wife, Carrie Mc
Cann, deserted him. They were mar
lied Oct. 7, 18S8, and lived together
until Feburary, 1892, when McCann
says his wife left lilm. Charles M.
Conaghy was legally separated from
Amelia Conaghy. They were married
July 14, 1891, and lived together till
Oct. 1, 1891, when she deserted him.
In the divorce case of Morris D.
Lewis against Emma S. Lewis court
made an order refusing alimony, but
allowing Mm. Lewis $35 ns counsel
fees. They were married May 2, 1890,
In Windsor, N. Y and on Dec 3, 1894,
Mrs. Lewis left her husband. A di
vorce will be granted as soon as the
decree Is prepared.
In tho divorce suit of Sarah Low
against William Low, the sheriff was
directed to publish tho case. A sec
ond subpoena In divorce was granted
In the case of Theodore L. Bennett
against Emma L. Bennett.
A FINE PERF0RA1ANCE.
Given by the Corso l'nvtou Company
Ot tho Acndemy.
Tho Corso Payton company had a
flattering reception last night at tho
Academy of Music. The house was
packed from pit to dome and it was a
very well satisfied audience that saw
tho first performance in the week's
repertoire. The company Is ono that
It Is a pleasure to recommend as super
ior to many high-priced combinations
which often create a furore with far
less attractive plays.
Mr. Payton Improves with age and
he is not growing to be a patriarch by
any means. He Is the same inimitable,
restless, rollicking and charming per
sonago as ever. He Is DeWolf Hopper
ish with something beyond that in ver
satility. When he is on the stage he
occupies tho undivided attention of the
audience, although this Is not accom
plished with tho supreme selfishness
usually attributed to stars.
Mr. Payton has remarkably good sup.
port In his present company. "A
Parisian Princess" was the play pre
sented, which was the medium of a
continuous performance displaying the
nbllltles of tho various members to a
pleasing extent. The metamorphosis
of tho little country girl into tho fas
cinating French woman gavo a flno
scope to the brilliant dramatic qual
ities of Miss Reed, whose lovely person
ality ami beautiful gowns were among
tho leading features of tho perform
ance. Perhaps Mr. Howatt, ns Law
rence Claymore, gave as pleasing an
Interpretation of his rote as any mem
ber Of tllO CBBt.
Sidney Toler'a personal appearanco Is
such ns to be worth a liberal salary,
oven If he were required to do nothing
mora than pose. Miss Grace Fox Is
another whose good looks nro a great
addition to the ensemble. Will D. Cor
bett gave In this drnma a fine imper
sonation of an ungracious part. Miss
McKean, Miss Stanley, Messrs. Cham
berlln, McCreary and Doud completed
the excellent cast of last evening.
The piny was handsomely staged with
many novel accessories. Mr. Payton,
Miss Fox and tiny "Mae Hill," In tho
first act, gavo a clever variety per
formance, Involving many ncrobatlo
features. D. J. Sullivan sang a num
ber of solos In a splendid baritone
voice, Illustrated after the fashion of
Alexander Black's "Miss Jerry" In
soft-toned life-sized stereoptlcon views.
This afternoon "Camllle" will be pre
sented, while the play of this evening
Is Bartley Campbell's "Galley Slave."
DENIED HIS CHILDREN.
Son and Daughter of John Norton,
Carbondale, Qo to Their Grand
Judge Edwnrds yesterday refused to
glvo John Norton, of Carbondale, the
custody of his two children, Rose and
Mntthew Norton, aged 1 and 8 years
respectively. Ten years ago Norton
married the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Devlnc, of Carbondale. It Is
alleged that his habits were not of the
best and tho care of his wife and their
children fell upon Mrs. Norton's pa
rents for a considerable portion of the
Several months ago Mrs. Norton died
and her parents, who had possession of
tho two children, refused to turn them
over to the father. When his demand
for them was refused he secured a writ
of habeas corpuB, which was disposed
of by Judge Edwards.
In delivering his opinion he said he
was moved wholy by a desire to have
the children properly cared for. He felt
that with the father that care would
be uncertain. "It may bo that after a
few years of continued good conduct
on the part of the father," said Judge
Edwards, "and satisfactory proof of
his ability to provide for the children,
he may convince the court that he Is
entitled to their custody. This remains
to be seen."
In the meantime the children have
been remonded to the custody of the
grandparents, the father to have the
privilege of seeing them at reasonable
ADMITTED TO TUP. BAR.
Gcorgo HI. Okcll Admitted to Prnctice
George M. Okell was admitted to
practice law at the Lackawanna coun
ty bar yesterday. Mr. Okell Is a
young man of considerable talent and
gives promise of taking a position
among tho leading attorneys of the
Mr. Okell was born In Philadelphia,
where he received his education. Two
years ago he came to Scranton, where
he studied law, nnd passed the final ex-
amlnatlon on July 21. He has entered
Into law partnership with Hon. Frank
T. Okell, and the Arm will be known as
Okell & Okell.
He Is a prominent worker In the or
der of Knights of the Golden Eagle,
and other fraternal organizations. He
Is highly esteemed by those who know
htm, and Is a decided acquisition to the
ranks of the members of the Lacka
Mr. Okell's father, J. It. Okell, for
merly general manager for Arbuckle
Bros., now with the Havemeyers, was
the Inventor of the sugar machine,
that Inaugurated tho war between
these coffee and sugar kings.
FIXING UP THEIR OFFICES.
Heads of Departments In City Hall
Wnut Nont-Looldng Apartments.
City hall offices aro being renovated
and beautified by the various heads of
departments. City Solicitor McGInley
set the good example by having his
suite of rooms tastefully papered and
painted, City Controller Robinson Is
having his apartments treated In a like
manner and City Treasurer Boland Is
contemplating similar action.
The money for the Improvements will
come out of the appropriation for in
cidentals, which each department Is al
lowed. The papering of tho corridors
will now be In line.
Knights of 1'ythins.
All members of Electric City Lodge,
No. 313, K. of P., nre requested to meet
at their Castle hall on Wednesday,
Aug. 18, at 1.30 p. m. sharp, to
take part In the parade. Bring white
BEECHAM'S PILLS cure Sick Head
ache. It Is Excellent.
Everybody likes Crystal laundry
work; you try It and you'll like it.
There is always a smile on the man
who wears Crystal laundry work.
Go with the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Firemen's excursion to Syracuse
and Pleasant Beach, Saturday, August
21. Trains leave D L. & W. station at
6:30 a. m. Tickets V.
Twining, optician 125 Penn avenue, in
Harris' drug store. Hours 0 a. m., 8
p. m. "
To Cura a Cold in Ono Hny.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to cure. 25 cents.
GEORGE H. OKELL.
Invoke Jelferson, Jackson
William Jennings Brynn.
CMICAOO PLATFORM IS APPROVED
Men Who Doited It Denonnccd nnd
Notlco Served Upon Them Thnt
They Must rortnko Their Evil
U'nys--Jolm J, Coyne, ot JUinookn,
nnd ill. J. McDonnell, of Mooilc,
Chosen State Dolcgntos to Repre
sent tho Third District.
There Is no doubting where the Third
Legislative district stands. A loyal
eleven of them met yesterday In con
vention at Coyno's hotel, Mlnooka, and
after choosing John J. Coyne, of
Mlnooka, and M. J. McDonnell, of
Mooslc, as delegates to the state con
vention, adopted a set of resolutions
that would Indicate that somebody had
said the old reliable Third "wasn't
true." They aro worth reading:
Tho Democrats of tho Third lcglslatlvo
district of Lackawanna county in con
vention assembled reaffirm their faith in
the principles of tho Democracy of Thom
as Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, and Wil
liam Jennings Bryan, tho great cham
pion of tho causo of tho people against
tho modern Iron heel of plutocrats, trusts
Resolved, That we unequivocally cn
dorso tho principles adopted at the na
tional convention of Democracy In Chi
cago In 1890, which principles over six
millions of voters of the great United
States supported at the last general elec
tion, notwithstanding the widespread or
ganized power of Republican money pow
er kings of Wall streot and London gold
WISE MEN DENOUNCED.
Resolved, That we denounce those men,
claiming to bo Democrats, who last fall
were wiser than tholr party and asso
ciated themselves with tho party of Mark
Banna; and wo servo notlco that those
recreant Democrats must forswear all
their affiliation with the opposite party
before they are welcomed back Into tho
fold of Democracy.
Resolved, That wo denounce In the se
verest terms tho recent Republican leg
islature for Us profligate misuse of tho
people's money; and its wanton disre
gard of the promises of reform made bo
fore tho last election.
Resolved, That we direct tho attention
of the tax payers of Lackawanna county
to tho wholesale waste of their money In
tho alterations and repairs on the court
Resolved, That wo pledge our support
to tho candidates who will be nominated
at tho ensuing county convention of our
The resolutions were tho output of a
committee composed of John Theron
Brown, Mlnooka; 'Squire John L. Ke
hoe. Old Forge, and John Dunn, of
THOSE WHO ATTENDED.
There were present at tho convention
John T. Brown and John J. Dlskln,
South district, Lackawanna township;
Patrick Sammon.West district: Michael
McDonough, Southwest district; Dr. J.
J. Timlin, Thomas M. Lynch, and John
L. Kehoe, Old Forge; Paul Aten, New
ton township; Jim Dunn, Sixth ward,
Scranton; Thomas Coyne, John Thorn
Messrs. Coyne and McDonnell as dele
gates, and Hon. Frank R. Coyne and
John L. Kehoe, of Old Forge, as alter
nates, were chosen without opposition.
Patrick Sammon presided and John T.
Brown acted as secretary.
Owing to the small attendance It was
decided to hereafter notify the dele
gates by mall four days before the con
vention and to have the meeting place
In the city.
PRICE OF ELECTRIC LIGHT REDUCED.
Suburban Electric Light Company
Lowers tho Rata Per Lamp Hour.
The Suburban Electric Light com
pany gives notlco that on Sept. 1 tho
price of incandescent lights within the
city limits will bo reduced to flve
clghths () of a cent per lamp hour,
subject to a discount of ten to twenty
per cent, (according to the amount of
current consumed) If bill Is paid on or
before tho 20th of the month in which
the bill Is presented.
No change of cars of any class be
tween your station and Cleveland, Fort
Wayne and Chicago via D L. & Vf.
and Nickel Plate roads. Lowest rates.
This class of Portiere has partly taken the place oi
the popular Chenille Curtain. And they are so inexpen
sive. We are selling them at $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00
per pair, with heavy tassel fringe.
A few of tlie $1,25 Special Lace Curtains (advertised
last week) still left. Sash Goods, dotted and figured, in
406 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
liLONEY OIL AND
141 to 140 Meridian St.,
. ) 111 M 114 v v
PAINT DBPARTMENT. Llnsoed Oil, Turpentine, White Lead, Coal Tar,
Pitch, Varnltb, Dryern, Japan and Bulngle Btaln.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
J. ALFRED PENNINdTON, Director.
MUSIC. ART, LANGUAGES.
"mHH iiimi tnmttm--H"M-H-Htt-mm
Window Screens, les s (ban cost, 10c
Telescope Bigs, all sizes, - 25c up
Hamraocks.wilb Headrest and Spreader, 08c
Infants' Hammocks, closing oat at 50c
Tin and Galvanized Berry Palls, 10c
Refrigerators, only a few left, $15.00,
now - - S9.G0
Baby Carriages, at reduced prices,
from - - Sl.OSup
Jelly Glasses, worth 39c per dozen,
Special at - - 21c
Mason's Fruit Jars, pints, quarts and
2. quarts, per dor. 13c, 45c and 05c
NEW STOCK OF
Are selling rapidly at the
Which, they are marked.
It will pay you to
look at them.
408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
A NEW LINE OF
Negligee Shirts, Golf
Hose, Belts, Etc., at
BELL & SKINNER'S
Hotel Jarmyn Hatters,
Soranton, l'a, Telephono 0082.
September 8, 1897.
320 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton Pi.
WhoTcsnle nnd Itotnll
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD.
Ready 'Mixed Tinted Paints,
Convenient, Economical, Dnrnblo.
Producing Perfect Imitation of ExpotutT6
Raynolds' Wood Finish,
Especially Designod for Insldo Work.
Marble Floor Finish,
Durable and Dries Qulokly.
Paint Varnish and Kal
PORE UNSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE.
Sohmsr Piano Stands at tna Head
AND J. W. OUERNSEY Stands at tho Ileal
la th Muslo track. You enn always get a
bettor bargain at bis beautiful wareroonr
than at any other plaqo la the city.
Call and tea for yourself before buying,
205 Washington Avenue.
J. W. QUERNSEY, Prop.
I all the
J. D. WILLIAMS u BRO. I
g 313 and 314 Lack. Ave, Scranton. I?
The Finest Line at Cor
Hatters and Furnishers,
412 Spruce Street.
The Eye Specialist
WHOSKntllce U at
- 215 I.ucltawan.
ninnnnrn J2?a$ na n-emie, lu Will
1MPUUW.11 Jf&Xg innis Whlto Front
Shoo Store, examine
tho eye fieo In the
most nccurute way,
nnd his prlCwN for Bpeo
tnr.lt'u urn Thinner
& nnnDfD l"n elsewhere. A lu
O KiziJlL nientiibloiiulltrurenco
to the proper enroof
the eyes seem to po.
&n75j8P S& the time comes when
vlslon.or other results
of mich ncRloct ttlve warning thnt nuturo Is
rebellliiK against euch treatment of one of
the most precious girts. Normal vision Is n
blessing unappreciated until It has been lost
nnd restored; Its mil vuluo Is then realized,
Therefore, you should not lose a day before
having your eyes examined. This service we
gladly render ireo of cuurge.
REMEMBER TUB PLACE.
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store.
BEST SETS OF TEETH. $8,
Including tho painless extracting ot
teotb by an entirely nw process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.
311 Spruce St, Opp. Hotel Jerrayn.
Lowest Prices lu n
lints ana Furnish'
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J&J) $& $-