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THE SCGR.LNTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNTNTl. SEPTEMBER 11. 18UT.
me$t $me atia ity Suburban
TICKET IS ENDORSED.
Resolutions of Republican LcagucDo
clarc Hon. William Conncll an Ideal
Candidate for Governor.
The West Side Republican league held
a regular session In the rooms over
Dnvles' pharmacy, on South Mnln ave
nue, last evening nnd llrtencd to the
report of the delegates from the league,
. who nttended the convention of Ite
N publican leagues at Wllllamsport. Sept.
8-0. President W. A. Phillips prldfd.
At the close of the routine business tic
following resolutions were !n'.-oduccd
and adopted unanimously.
"We most heartily endorse the nomi
nees nomlnatod by the recent Kepubll
can county contntlon and resolvs to
labor earnestly for the success of the
entire ticket from now till the close of
the noils on the first Tuesday In No
vember. "We commend the action of the sa'J
convention In the steus taken toward
umendlng our party rules in accord
ance with the Oawford county or some
other system by which a more direct
expression of preference as to candi
dates may be obtained.
"Resolved, That we believe no better
candidate for governor of the Keystone
state can Vie found than our present
faithful, able nnd popular congress
man, William Connell, whoso executive
ability and long nnd successful busi
ness experience ninkes him an Ideal
candidate for that olllce, nnd wo urge
the people of this section of the state
to send a solid' delegation Instructed to
ue nil honorable means to secure his
tM7AM llnslnlits Neural;
tho dlMreimlnE ngonles of this disease. It je
lice9iHi!ckly-ourcw permanently, ISlPIT
n scpnrnte euro for IAI
raohdls?ne, for mtlo
nt nil ilrncslsts. Mont- fl I A
lWf. Mtinvom lMtn Arch Htreot, l'hlladcl
phlii, 1'b., for frco medical advice.
FP.nrc library opens.
The free library room of this side,
hnvlng bem closed during the summer
term nnd thoroughly renovated, will be
opened for the winter tenn this even
ing. The Welsh Philosophical society,
which comprises many of tho best peo
ple on this side, will hold its ilrst ses
sion nnd a special programmo has been
piepared. Hon. John U. Farr will be
the principal speaker and will address
the society upon "My Kxperience us a
legislator." Other topics of general
Intel est will lie discussed. Tills library
will be accessible- between the hours of i
7 and 9,P0 o'clock each evening, and
will bo In charge of Librarian V. C.
Powell. The books are wall selected
and all the current periodicals are tak
en. The officials desire that tho reading
public make generous use of the library.
If It Is desired to take books to the
home, the applicant can do so by pay
ing the small membership fee neces-eary.
AN EXCELLENT CONCERT.
The Imperial Concert company, re
cently formed In this city, made Its for
mal appearance before the public la&t
evening at a concert urder the auspice
of the llbratlans of the Simpson Metho
dist church. The concert was giv
en nt the church and was attended by a
fair-sized audience. Each number ren
dered was accorded hearty applause
and in the Instance, of Impersonator
Wllllnrd D. Hcwe, of Wilkes-Barre, an
encore was demanded. The xerc Ises
were begun with an overture by the
Imperial orchestra. P.eeltntlons and
monologues were given by Wllllard D.
Howe, of Wilkes-Barre; solos and a
,inpt hv the MIsfcb Susie Blnck nnd
Lvdla Garaean: solos and a duet by i
Newton Craft nnd II. 1'. Ityder: a se
lection by the concert quartette: and
several selections by the orchestra. The
selections were well choaeu. At tho
close of tho exercises lefreshments were
served by a corps of young ladles In the
church parlors. The concert company
Is composed of the following: Wlltard
Howe, Impersonator and elocutionist:
Miss Susie Blnck, soprano; Mis' Lydla
Onragan, contralto; Newton Croft, ten
or; II. P. Dryer, baritone. Orchestra
Hon. Pitts, llrst violin; Jesse Snovor,
second violin; Theo. Bauschmann,
Hutu; Mr. McAndrews, clarinet; Wil
liam IT. Stanton, Jr., cornet: Mr. Jay,
trombone; Charles Doersam, piano nnd
accompanist; Frank Squires, drums
MAItUIED AT WILKES-nARRE.
Two well-known West Scrnnton
joung people went to Wjlkes-Uarre
Thursday afternoon nnu were quii-uy
marrled. The contracting parties were
Miss Hannah Mawson and Edwnrd Gil
lespie, both of North Main avenue.
They were nccompanled by Miss O'Mal
ley, of Jnckson street, and went to
the parsonage of St. Luke's church.
Rev. Dorfam, the rector, performed the
ceremony. They are at present with
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Malley, of Jack
son street, but expect to go to house
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
Rev. J. R Sweet, pastor. Aioming
prayer service at 9 30; preaching ser
vice at 10.:;0, sermon by the pastor;
subject, "The Exploits of the Strong,"
text, Daniel, xl:32; Sunday school at
2 o'clock; Junior League at 3 o'clock;
Epworth league at 6.30, leader, Mrs.
William N. Chase; preaching service
at 7.30; sermon by the pastor, subject,
"Cod's Unfailing Presence," text, Deut.,
xxl:6. All seats free and all attending
St. Mark's Lutheran church, Rev. A.
L. Ramt-r, Ph., D., pastor Thirteenth
Sunday after Trinity. Services at 10.30
a. m.; 7.30 p. m.; Luther League, 6.30
p. m.; Sunday school, 12 noon.
On Thursday evening next a social
will be conducted at the residence of
Miss Lillian Graus, of North Lincoln,
avenue, by the Young Ladles' Rlblo
class of St. Mark's Lutheran church.
The Yoke Fellows band of tho Rail
road Young Men's Ch'iislian association
will conduct a special service at the
Scranton Street Baptist church tomor
row evening. The public Is cordially
Invited to 'be present.
The West Side Athletics left yesterday
morning via the Delaware, Lackawan
na and Western for a trip through New
York suite. The hull teum will be gone
for about n week nnd will meet several
good teams. The first game was to bo
played nt Corning, N. Y., yesterday af
ternoon. The team was accompanied
by several friends nnd will travel in a
Dr. E. Y. Harrison, Dentist, Mears
Hall. 113 S. Main avenue.
Tho Christian Endeavor society of tho
Plymouth' Congregational church will
have special, services tomorrow evening,,
nt wnicn tne reports of their delegates
to the convention at San Francisco will
be heard. The meeting will bo called
nt t!.20 o'clock.
On Tuesday evening, Sept. 14, there
will be a free lecture and stereopti
con views of places and persons on tho
foreign mission work by Sllsa Robin
son, of the Baptist training school,
Philadelphia, at the Jackson Street
Baptist church. Doors open nt 7.30.
We laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry
John Kcndrlcks, aged 0 years, was
admitted to the West Side hospital yes-
tciday to undergo a surgical operation.
Tunis Thomas, of Wrights place, was
admitted to th'o Wst Side hospital yes
terday. Mr. Thomas Is an old army
man and In v,eil known on this side.
Miss Christina Bold, of Waverly, Is
the guest of Miss Edna Lang, of South
The latest and best styles. Roberts,
120 North Main.
Two Good Things
"77" Tor Grin and Colds.
West Side Business Directory.
MRS. FENTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
pthenologlst, 412 North Main avenuo.
B. G. MORGAN & SON, NOTARIES
Public, Real Estate, Foreign Exchange
nnd Ocenn Ticket Agents. Rents col
lected. Prompt monthly settlements.
Olllco 1101 Jackson street, over Mus
grave's drug store.
SECOND HAND I'URNITIJRE-Cash fOT
nnythlng you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see tho
stock of J. C. King, 7U1 to 709 West Lacjc.
meet this afternoon at No. 1 building to
confer with the members of the board.
Professor James Powell will take
charge of No. 4, Miss Jeffreys having
The choir of St. John's church re
sumed rehearsals last evening.
Tli Evangelical Church of Peace mot
this week and elected a board of trus
tees ns follows: Charles Riff, Philip
Eyrhardt, John Kunz, John Glnter. Ja
cob Mans. The elders chosen are: Chas.
Soar, Philip Brumbacher, Conrad Bel
lershelm, Peter Berghauser and Philip
The gospel meeting Sunday nfternoon
at 3.45 in South Side Young Women's
Christian Association rooms, will be ad
dressed by Miss Emma Hays, state sec
retary of Pennsylvania. Special mu
sic. Come and bring a friend.
Wo laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry.
Michael Nealon, nn old and highly
respected resident of Archibald, died
at his home on Hill street at i o'clock
yesterday morning:. Ho had been HI
for several veks. Mr. Nealon was
born In Ireland In 1S42 and came to
Archbald when he was a young man.
He has lived here continuously since,
and during his long and honorable res
idence he made many friends by his
excellent character and general dispo
sition. Ho Is survived by his wife and
th'rco sotw. John Nealon, of Philadel
phia, William and Patrick Nealon. of
Archbald: nnd four daughters, Mrs.
William Nolan, of Philadelphia; Sister
Mary Benedict, of Villa Maria convent,
West Cheater; Mrs. William Campbell,
of Olyphant, and Mis. Thomas Walsh,
of Arelibald. Mr. Nealon was a charter
member of the Archbald branch, Cath
olic Mutual Benefit association nnd al
so nn organizer and active member of
tho Father Malhew society of Arch
bald. Ills funeral will take place on
Monday morning. A high mass of re
quiem will be Bung In St. Thomns'
church nt 0 o'clock and Interment will
bo made In Archbald Catholic ceme
tery. Miss Bridget Lynett, aged 23 years,
died early yesterday morning at tho
tesldence of her widowed mother, Mrs.
Bridget Lynett, of 106 East Carbon
street. The young lndy has been a
sufferer for years, and sought relief
In different parts of the country with
out success, The funeral services will
occur tomorrow morning. A solemn
high mass will be celebrated at St.
Peter'B cathedral ut 9 o'clock. Inter
ment will be mnde at the Hyde Park
Thomas Hosklns died at his home In
Olyphant yesterday morning at 11
o'clock of typhoid fever. Deceased
was the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James
Hosklns, and was 27 years of age. He
was well known In Olyphant and his
death will be a shock to his many
fi lends. Besides his parents, two
brothers nnd one sister survive him.
The funeral announcement will be made
It takes the place of Coffee at w
about 1-4 the cost.
There hasrocontly been placed
in mi grocery Btoros the whoio.
some table boverngo called
GKAIN-O, which completely
takes tho placo of codec IT
IS A FOOD D1HNK, full of
health, and can bo given to tho
children ns well ns tho adult
with great benefit.
It Is mndo of pure grains and
looks and tastes liko tho finest
grades of Mocha or Java coffee.
It satisfies everyone.
A cup of OHAIN-0 Is better
for the system than a tonio, be
cause its bontfit q permanent.
What cofTeo breaks down Grain. O
Avoid cheap bran Imitations
claiming to bo tho only original.
Weigh n pnekngo of Oraln-O nnd
yon will see that it Is solid grain.
Ask your grocer for Graln.O.
15c. aud 25c. per package.
i Try Grain0 !
NEW YORKDENTAL PARLORS
18 Offices In the United States.
Wo extract teeth, All teeth nnd upply rold
'owns nnu unuco worn wunoui me
pnrucio or pain oy
crown nnd bridge work without the least
uned by us only. No sleep-producing agents
by n, method', patented and
or cocaine come and nave your teeth ex
tracted In tlio morning nudgo homo lntha
evening wuu new iceiu.
IVTn flmro-n for palnlean extracting
HO WIlUrgC when teeth are ordered,
FULL SET OF TEETH
We Guarantee a Fit,
Gold Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
Tho lnrgo patronage of the New York Den
tal l'nrlorsln due to the uniformly hlgh-grad
work dono by skilled dentists and the ten
year written guarantee given.
More revelations on Saturday and Monday of what
we are doing in this line.
The truth is we mean to convince you that we
are above and beyond competition. Juvenile head
gear of all sorts, any way you like to take it.
For new babies to be christened,
Or the little mites in arms,
And playful little rompers,
We can add unto their charms.
For your little boy or dainty miss,
Or budding lady fair,
In nobby stylish headgear
We have everything they'd wear.
Rev. W. G. Watklns will preach to
morrow In the North Mnln Avenue
Uaptlst church. The mornlnff subject
will be "The Corner Stone of the Chris
tian RellBlon." The subject for the
evening discussion will be "Bargaining
for a Birthright."
Great Interest Is manifested In the
business men's carnival, which will be
given In Company H armory on Tues
day nnd Wednesday evenings of next
week, under tho auspices of the North
Main Avenuo Baptist Sunday school.
The pulpit of the Wayne Avenue
Baptist church will be occupied tomor
row by Rev. AV. F. Davis. Bible school
at 2 p. m., and a meeting of the Bap
tist Younp People's society will bo held
ou Tuesday evening.
The funeral of Miss Bridget Murray
was held yesterday morning at 9
o'clock at the home of her brother, on
McDonough avenue. The remains were
taken to the Holy Rosary church,
where a high mass of requelm was cel
ebrated by the Rev. R. J. Lynott. In
terment was made in Hyde Park Cath
Rev. W. O. Evans, of Wilkes-Barre,
will preach tomorrow In the West
Market street Baptist church.
Evan Lewis, of Charles street, was
tendered a farewell party Thursday
evening at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, by a large
number of young people connected with
the Welsh Congregational church. He
vas presented with a neat Christian
Endeavor pin as a token of tho high
esteem in which he is held by his
friends. Mr. Lewis leaves next Monay
evening for Oliver, Mich., where he
expects to enter college and study for
William Mulley, of Edna avenue, Is In
New York city.
Mrs. J. JI. Barngardner, of Church
avenue, returned yesterday from Tunk-
hannock, where she went to attend the
funeral of a relative.
Lieutenant Spellman was Informed
early yesterday morning of a fight
among Intoxicated Polanders on Theo
dore street. He departed with a squad
for tho scene of trouble, but found noth
ing save one man, who had been badly
beaten. They took him In tow and ob
tained the names of five of the partici
pants. In the fight. They were arrested
and arraigned before Alderman Roberts
who fined them according to the part
they took In the affair.
Mrs. M. E. Sanders, who was at
Northumberland tho forepart of the
week attending the funeral of a rela
tive, returned yesterday.
MIsFes Alice and Jennie Eelgler, of
North Main avenue, are spending a few
das nt Towanda.
The Garfield lodge, Loyal Knights of
Ameilca, will run their annual excur
sion to Mountain Park this morning. A
largo crowd v 111 accompany them. The
members of the society have arranged a
rock drilling contest on the ground for
a purse of J2j. Train will leave the
Ontario nnd Western depot at 7.30 a. m.
Miss JIargaret Harris was pleasantly
purptised last night by a number of
friends at her home on Brick avenue.
Mrs. Thomas II. Lewis and Sirs. W.
G. Evans, both of JIargaret avenue,
leave today for a visit with friends at
The North End Christian Endeavor
choir are requested to meet at 3.30
o'clock tomorrow nfternoon at the
North Main Avenue Baptist church.
Bring along ypur Nos. 5 and 6 Gospel
Are Bweet little creatures, lovely
In their simplicity and not very ex
pensive at the Globe Warehouse.
Plain White China Silks
other materials with new
crowns and dainty trimmings
The name applies to the quaint
looking crowns that look as If
they had been copied from some
famous old painting.
Smart shapes for smart children
and Misses. All colors, all styles,
all prices and the best of vnlue.
Twenty or thirty different styles
In all tho leading colors of tho
PRICES FROM 25c. TO 00c,
For Boys and Girls. Fancy or
solid colors. The only head gear
that the youngsters
out or spoil the ap-
Any hat on our
tables for Ladles'
50 Cents on
Saturday and Monday
The funeral of the late Charles Engcl
took place at 2 o'clock Thursday after
noon from his late home. Rev. William
Nordt, of the Hickory Street Presbyter-
Ian church, conducted the services.
Burial was made In Plttston avenue
cemetery. There was a large attend
ance of friends.
William Relslg, of Plttston avenue,
and Miss Katie Berghauser, of Elm
street and Remington avenus, were
married at 8 o'clock Thursday evening
nt the bride's home. Rev. air. Burbeck
performed the ceremony. Miss Annie
Berghauser, sister of the bride, was
maid, and Theodore Relslg, groomsman.
The wedding was a very pretty one
and was witnessed by many friends.
Tho young couple uro now enjoying a
James II. Klein, Frederick Baldner,
Peter Shultz, of this side, and Joseph
Kranlz, of Carbondale, have returned
from a fishing trip.
Mrs. Joseph Klein, her daughter Ma
mie, and sister, Mrs. Rlchaid McAn
drew, celebrated the anniversary of
their blrth'day at Mrs. Klein's home on
William Watson, of Orchard street,
Is at tho Moses Taylor hospital, Buffer
ing from burns received at tho North
James McDonald and daughter, Ce
cilia, of AVaverly, Minn., have returned
homo after an extended visit on this
The teach'ers of Lackawanna will
Westley Plnnell, a young man who
has been working nt the Pennsylvania
works for some time, met with a seri
ous accident at his work, Thursday af
ternoon. He had placed a piece of Iron
on the table of his machine and resting
his left leg against the table, was
watching the progress of the work,
when the accident happened. As the
planer of the machine moved forward
it caught his leg between It and the
dog of the machine. Tho force of the
machine broke his leg, and had It not
been for Ms presence of mind In throw
ing the belt off tho machine, the limb
would no doubt have been severed near
the knee. He was taken to his home,
where Drs. Brown and Winters are
putting forth every effort to save It
Mrs. P. D. Manley, of Drinker street,
is spending a few days with friends in
New York city.
Jlrs. Reul-en Bidwell, of Fifth street,
Is the guest of friends at Lake Ariel.
George Kellam, of Grove street, ii
riding a new Garlnnd bicycle, the gift
of his parents.
Mrs. William Pyne, of William street,
returned yesterday from a visit with
Yesterday was pay day at the sev
eral mined of tho Pennsylvania Coal
Tho school board met In the High
school building last evening. The fol
lowing members were present: Wil
son, Glynn, Bronson, Murray, Glnley
and Swift. Tho bills of Abner Krotzer
cf $10 for painting desks and American
Book company for supplies, of $3C0.12,
were ordered paid. Architect Duck
worth was present and suggested that
the board have a Moor laid in the attic
cf Nos. 2 and 4 buildings, for fear that
at some time the pupils might get Into
the attic and do considerable damage
to the celling of the second floor. Tne
board awarded the contract for laying
the floor of No. 2 building to the Dun
more Lumber company for the amount
of $175, and that of No. 4 building to
Contractor Gibbons for $23 per thou
sand feet In places. The committee on
No. 4 building was ordered to have the
seats that had been in that building
for several years repainted. The same
committee was ordered to have a walk
from the gate to the main entrance
laid. It was then decided to open the
schools next Monday. Mr. Swift made
a motion that they proceed to the elec
tion of an Instructor for the High
school and that they ballot alphabetic
ally. The motion was carried. Last
meeting nineteen ballots were taken
and last night six more, making twenty-five
ballots taken In all. The result
Is as follows: Davis 4, Neimeyer 1 and
Burr 1. Mr. Davis was declared elect
ed. Mr. Davis thanked the board for
the confidence placed In him and hoped
although the contest for the office had
been a sharp one, that he still held the
good wishes of all.
Frank JIatthews, who has been
spending the summer In New York
state, has returned home and was ten
dered a very pleasant party at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
fred Matthews, of Brook street, last
evening. The following were present:
Misses Marie Bronson, Gertie Mat
thews, Bessie Phillips, Blanche Kellow,
May Hughes, Minnie Saxon, Emma
Finney, Nellie Van Camp, Lizzie Kem
merer and Etta Foster, and Messrs.
Lynn Adams. William Matthews, Earl
and Blaine Altemoso, Roy Pierce, W.
D. Matthews, Charles Luton, Webster
Altemose and Stanley JIatthews.
AVilliam Frank, of JIlll street, has
returned from a visit with friends at
The followlnc tendered Mrs. R. W.
Winterstein a surprise party yesterday:
Jtcsdames Clause, Hoffman, Rldgeway,
Engle, Powell, Rldgeway, Bull, GraveB,
and the Jllsses Powell and Graves.
Jlrs. JIarlon Tuthlll, of Cherry street,
returned last evening from a visit with
friends at Hawley.
The victories of Hood's.
Sarsaparllla over all.
Forms of disease.
That It Is an unequalled
Blood purifier. It conquers
The demon, Scrofula,
Relieves the Itching and burning of
salt rheum, cures running sores, ulcers,
bolls, pimples, and every other form
of humor or disease originating In Im
pure blood. The cures by Hood's Sars
aparllla aro cures absolute, perma
nent, perfect cures. Thev are based
upon its great power to purify and en
rich the blood.
Lillian, the Infant daughter, of Mr.
and Jlrs. Jacob Kemmerer, of Jlorrls
court, died yesterday at the parental
reuident. The services will occur to
moirow afternoon and Interment will
be made at tho Washburn street ceme
tery. James JIalnes, aged 67 years, died
at the home of his son, John, on Blake
ly street, Dunmore, yesterday. The
funeral will occur Sunday and Inter
ment will be made In Dunmore ceme
tery. VINEUJUl MADE OF HONEY.
How tho Product of tho Iloo Is .Undo
A new product made from honey Is a
vinegar which for excellent qualities
surpasse all others. The Belgian chem
ist, Collard, has examined honey vine
gar which had been produced In the
following way. In June, 189S, a barrel
was filled with a mixture of one part
honey to ten parts of water. The evap
orated fluid was replaced from time to
lime by some of the same mixture, and
the bungholo was only covered with a
metal sieve to prevent foreign matter
from entering. This barrel was left in
the open air during the entire summer
of 1S95, subject to the influences of the
sun. In October the fluid was filled into
another barrel, which was completely
filled, excluding all air, and the bvng
l.ole was closed. In February of 13DC
the vinegar was In perfest condition
and ready for use.
Tlits vinegar has a clear yellov color,
is perfectly transparent, and po;.nes
an exceedingly fresh and agreeable
taste and aroma, Collard found at his
examination that this vinegar was pure
and of tho best quality, only It might
have contained a greater amount of
acid, which can be done if the quantity
of honey Is increased in the solution,
and that of water correspondingly de
creased. The production can also be
made very profitable If done In a less
primitive manner; for Instance, if the
temperature was kept up evenly, which
would allow a speedy fermentation, this
being the greatest Importance In the
manufacture of vinegar. Even now the
product may enter into competition
with vinegars differently made.
aro thoso by tho handsomo largo steam
ships of tho
sailing every week day from Now
York to OLD POINT COMFORT. VIR
GINIA BEACH AND RICHMOND, VA.
Round trip tickets, covering a
health-giving sea voyage of 700 miles,
with meals and stateroom accommo
dations onrouto, for $13, $13.50 and
NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS
Corner Lackawanna and Wyoming Aves.,
(Over Newark Shoe Store.) Entrance,
on Wyoming avenue.
Hours, 8 to 8.
Sunday 10 to A
UOnufacturtn of tk CrttiiraHal
SEND FOR PARTICULARS.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.,
Pier 26, North River, New York.
W.U auiLLAUDGU, Vlce-Pres. & Traffic Nlgt
FIB uii m
100,000 Barrels per Annum
Advertisements Under This Head $5 Per Line Per Year.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. KAY, 206 Penn ave 1-5 and 7-9 P. m.
Diseases of women, children. Telephone.
DM. BATESON, 337 N. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. C. U FREY HA3 REMOVED HIS
offices to tho Jewell Building, 305 Spruco
MARY A. SHEPHERD, SI. D HOME
opathlat, No. 228 Adams avenuo.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
nvenue and Spruce street, bcranton. Or
flce hours, Thursday and Saturdays, 9
a. m. to 0 p. m.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, C13 NORTH WASH
DR. L. SI. GATES. ROOMS 207 AND 20S
Board of Trade building. Otlico hours,
8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Resi
dence 309 Sladlson avenue.
DR C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion. Olllco telephono 1303. Hours: 10 to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
and return, only $12.05 from Buffalo,
account Friends Yearly Meeting. Tick
ets on salo Sept. IS to 20 Inclusive, and
good to rpturn until Sept. 24,
Call on your nearest ticket agent, or
address F, J. Moore, 3en'l Agent, 23
Exchange street, Buffalo, N, Y.
Sleeping car for New York, via. Le
high Valley railroad, may be occupied
ut Wilkqs-Barre after 9:00 p. m. Ar
rives New York 8:23 a. m. Tickets at
SOD Lackawanna avenue,
AND THE CAT CAME BACK.
Mr. Downs Has a Pussy That Hofusos
to Ho Lost.
From the New York Press.
Sir. Downs, an engineer on a local
railroad, has a cat that ho can't lose.
The animal came Into his possession
some time ago. Her traits were not
such as to endear her to Downs, and so
he determined to get rid of her. He
put the cat into a bag and took her to
Salem, forty-five miles away.
"Now," said Downs, as he turned the
cat loose In the rounhouse at Salem, "I
guess that I've got rid of you."
But Downs didn't know that cat.
When he returned home that night he
found the cat sleeping peacefully on
the hearth in his home. Downs wan
"How did that cat get here?" he
"She camo back this afternoon," re
plied his wife.
"Well, I declare," ejaculated Downs,
as he moved toward the feline.
But the cat, suspecting some fell de
sign on the part of Downs, leaped nlm
"bly to her feet and sped to the upper
part of tho house. Downs has taken
the cat on several trips and each time
tried to lose her. But she returned
every time. Downs says that he be
lloves that if he kills her her ghost will
Some people used their energies In a
way that wastes tho greater part of
them. Hurry, worry, Irritation, vexa
tion, determination, and foolish anx
iety keeps them constantly wasting
precious vitality. This Is foolishness.
People do not want Irritation or stimu
lation. When anyone is tired he wants
rest, not stimulants. When any one's
energies begin to Hag recuperation, not
Irritation, Is wanted.
"All tired out," some people say, "I
need a stimulant." A very mistaken
idea. No doubt such a one is in need
of Invlgoratlon, recuperation, but not
stimulants. Stimulants draw upon the
vigor which one already possesses; they
produce no vigor. When one Is tired
out, nervous, weak and despondent,
Pe-ru-na Is what Is needed In the sys
tem. Pe-ru-na Invigorates, recuper
ates, builds up, vitalizes, enriches, re
inforces. Unlike so many other reme
dies, It does not simply Irritate and
stimulate. Pe-ru-na Is an lnvlgorator
to nerve and blood. Send for a copy
of Dr. Hnrtman's latest book. Address
Tho Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Co,,
To Cure u Cold in Ouo Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
ftuls to cure. 25 cents.
DR S. W. L'AMOREAUX, OFFICE 23t
Adams. Residence. 1318 Slulberry. Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
genlto-urlnary organs a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
W G. ROOK, VETERINARY. SUR
geon. Horses, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton.
PDRCIVAL J. SIORRIS, ARCHITECT,
Board of Trade Building. ,
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT.
Rooms 24, 25 and 26, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICB
rear of C06 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK, JR., ARCHITECT,
435 Spruce St., cor. Waah. ave., Scranton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT,
Price Building, 12$ Washington avenue,
T. I. LACBY & SON, ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
DR. I. O. LYSIAN, 325 N. WASHINGTON
L. SI'GRAW, 305 8PRUCB
DR. II. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 116 Wyoming ave.
WELCOSIE C. SNOVER, 421 LACK'A
avo. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
JAMES H. TORREY, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor at Law. Rooms AU and 414
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-at-law. Burr buildings, rooms
13 and 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY
Rooms 14 and 15. Republican bldg.
TIWFREYS & RUDDY .ATTORNEYS-at-Uw.
WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building Washington avenue, Scranton,
TF";qUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Building.
SIRS. SI. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenuo.
BARRING & SI'SWEENEY, COSISION
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
JOS. KUETTEL, REAll 811 LACKA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Scranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to
college, law, medicine or business. Opena
September 13. Send for catalogue. Rev.
Thomas St. Cann, LL. D., Walter H.
Buell, A. St.
O. R. CLARK & CO., SEEDMEN AND
Nurserymen: store 146 Washington; ave
nue; green house, 1350 North Slain ave
nue; store telephone, 782.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
$ealth building. Rooms 19. 20 and 21.
n VNK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
TASIBS W. OAK FORD, ATTORNEY-AT-Law
Rooms 514, 615 and 616, Board of
I, A WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave., Scranton, Pa.
r R PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
C. COSIEGYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET.
n B REI'LOOLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears building, corner Washington ave
nue and Spruco street.
Tj F. KILLASI, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS J. H. HASHLTON. ATTORNEY-at-Law,
45 Commonwealth bldg., Scranton.
WATSON, DEIHL, HALL & KEMMER
ER Attorneys nnd Counsellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
6, 7, 8, 9 and 10; third floor.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK-,
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. V.EIGLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEARj D L. AW,
nassenger depot. Conducted on the KU
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-SIUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor.
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulberta
SIEGARGEB BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
salo dealers In Woodware, Cordage and,
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT Ac
countant and ajdltor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams' Building, opposite postofflce.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
TJIE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO..
North Washington Avenue Llnotypo
Composition of all kinds quickly dono.
Facilities unsurpassed In this region.
BomeUmMneedtswlUblt.monthlr.muUtlsrmedlcln. Only hanaUu t&4
thopttteitdrugiBhouiakeUMd. lljouwanttha Uii,get
Or. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
Ther are prompt, tate n-l ertln In reiult. The mbbIu (Dr. TmV) iitTer 4Up.
nolat. Bint rwne, J1.00. AddiMi fJUl. Mudwjm Co., ClTlnd, O.
For Salo by JOHN H PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor. Wvomlnjj avenuo and