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7HE tSORANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER U7, 1807.
October tallies' Home Journal,
October Scrlbncr's Monthly,
October St. Nicholas,
October Harper's Monthly, -
October Klack Cat,
Arc now ready,
THE CHAUTAUQUA BOOKS
For Coming Season
Are Now Ready.
Tc Supply Them at
The Publisher's Rates.
322 Lackawanna Ave.
Have a Cigar?
Thanks Don't euro If
Ida Ah, thills a
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Norrman & Moore
920 Wyoming Ave.
The Best Wc Give Our Patrons.
io8 Penn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN.
DR. W, B. KENWOOD,
16 LfiCKftWANN AVE.
Uave opened a General Insurance! Office In
The Traflers" Hi Bit n.
Ucst Stock Companies represented. Large
iincK especially solicited. Telephone-180!).
Late sleeping residents on Mulberry
street were startled out of their slum
bers yesterday morning by the snort
ing of the huge steam roller as It went
prancing madly up and down the block
between Clay and Qulncy avenue.
Just why It did so was not npparent,
as that was the only work done during
the day In preparation for the pave
ment. Dr. GlfTln yesterday morning re
marked significantly that people are
often kept away from prayer meeting
because of the rain, but will co to a
card party the same night and not get
nearly as wet.
The pictures of General Gobln and
staff, In Frank Leslie's Weekly, are
excellent likenesses. Particularly Is
this true of Brigade Inspector W. S.
Millar, of this city.
During the two we?ks succeeding the
Lattlmer shooting the Western Union
Telegraph company transmitted from
Hazleton 17S.642 words of press matter
on four wires, besides attending to the
largely Increased commercial business.
On Monday morning following the
tragedy John O. LaGorce, of the Scran
ton office, was sent by Superintendent
O'nrlen to take charse of the trans
mitting of the press matter. Last
Wednesday when the rush was over
the newspapermen who were yet on the
scene got together and formulated the
following which Mr. LaGorce treas
ures vsry highly as may be well be
lieved: Hazleton, Pa., Sept. 22, lS'Jf.
Mr. John LaGorce, Night Manager West
ern Union Telegraph Olllce.
Dear Sir: We, tho undersigned news
paper men, desire to express to you our
sincere appreciation of the thoroughly
efficient service rendered by your otllco
elnce you assumed the night managership.
Wo take pleasure In thus thanking you
for your kindness to all of us In personally
seeing that our specials wero rushed
through, for your general courtesy and
for tho accommodations furnished us In
every way, and wo hope that when next
wo aro assigned to a "big story" wo shall
liavo the pleasure of your co-operation In
getting our "stun"' through to our papers
at the earliest posslblo moment. Wo aro
very sincerely yourB,
P. L. Itedsdale, of tho New York Her
aW; Thomas J. Duffy, Slfcanton Tribune;
Albert E. Hunt, the Associated Press;
Charles E. Daniels, Scranton Truth;
James Bailey, Philadelphia Uulletln;
Italph D'. Paine, Philadelphia Press; M.
F. Ferguson, Philadelphia Itecord; Henry
It. Whltcraft, Philadelphia Ledger; Thos.
V.Ranck, Philadelphia Inquirer.
II. G. Young, vice president and gen
eral manager of the Delawaro and Hud
son company, accompanied by Mrs.
X HIGH GRADE
Hulls and Overcoats to meas- ,&
ure, $S 00. 300 putterui), X
lit guaranteed, &
W. C Loftus & Co.,
Tailors. 608 Jlroadwoy,
WATERS. The Hatter', SOB Lacka.
Ave, will show you sample and
tuke your order and measure.
11 BEFORE BREAKFAST, b
Young, arrived In this city Saturday In a
special cnr. General Manager Young Is
making a tour of hln company's lines.
I. II, Kramer, of I,'ow York, Is In this'
W, J. Knhn, printer, Is convalescent
after a dangerous Illness.
Mrs. C. T. ItnfTclt nnd Bon, Harry, of
Taylor avenue, aro tho guests of relatives
Dr. V. W. Davis, of Linden street, leaves
today for Philadelphia, where ho will lake
a post-graduate course.
T. J. lleynolds, of Hampton street, re
turned Saturday from a two months'
business tour of tho Northeastern States
CARPET MILL TO COAIE HERe.
All tho Preliminaries Arrangements
Scranton will In thosiear future lmVo
a carpet factory that will employ nbout
one hundred hands. Secretary Ather
ton, of tho board of trade, has been
negotiating with tho owners of the
carpet mill for several months.
They nre anxious to move from the
city where they nro now located nnd
have decided that Scranton la the kind
of a city In which they want to locate.
All the details with reference to the
removal here have practically been
This week the owners of tho mill will
be In tho city to consult with Mr. Ath
erton. HEBREW NEW YEAR.
Impressive Services Held in the Linden
Street Synagogue In Charge of
Kev. Kdwnrd Chapman, Ph.D., tho
new rabbi at the Linden Street syna
gogue, began his pastorate Saturday
evening. He succeeds llev. Jacob
Feuerllcht and camo here from Dal
Habbl Chapman conducted the ser
vices which began nt sundown Inst
night, the Jewish New Year's eve. The
New Year's service beginning at 10
o'clock this morning will Include the
ceremony of blowing tho shophar.
Hebrews of this city and country be
gan the celebration of Itosh Hashnna,
the Jewish New Year, at sundown last
evening. Throughout the whole world
members of the faith will observe the
occasion according to the unique arid
solemn ritual of their religion.
The year GDIS, according to tlio
Hebrew chronology, was ushered In
last night. The celebration of Rosh
Hashana among tho reform Hebrews,
who entertain more liberal views, will
continue until sundown tonight, while
tho orthodox members will observe an
additional day. Tho orthodox believ
ers surround tho event with more than
ordinary devotional ceremonies.
The Hebrew New Year Is celebrated
as a day when all differences, particu
larly those which have jarred the fam
ily circle, are forgotten. There are
family reunions, and tho traditional
dish of apples and new honey, Indica
tive of tho new year being productive
of fruits both bitter and sweet, Is
placed upon every Hebrew table. Tho
Days of Penance are followed, after
an Interval of four days, by the Feast
of Tabernacles, when the faithful take
their meals In booths covered with fir
trees. Palm branches and citrons are
then used by tho worshippers as an
accessory of the morning prayer. The
Rejoicing of tho Law Is the last of the
great holidays, which last about three
The holiday Is celebrated by tho
Hebrews not only In religious worship
but In visitations among families and
friends. All business Is suspended un
til Tuesday morning, ns no Hebrew
permits any of his business affairs to
be transacted during tho days of Rosh
Hashana or Yom KIppur.
New Year services begin In all the
synagogyes on Sunday evening and
continue with all tho solemnity of the
regular services, on Monday morning.
There Is, however, a feature of special
significance In these services. The
first day of Tlshrl Is called in the Bible
The feast of the blowing of the horn
of shophar, or tho ram's horn. And
the ram's horn Is still blown during
these services and In none others."
KELLEY'S BACK BROKEN.
Serious Results of rt l'nll In tho Dick
John Kelley, a deaf and dumb man,
aged C3 years, fell down a short flight
of steps at tho Dickson breaker, Sat
urday, and was so badly Injured that
his death is momentarily expected nt
tho Lackawanna hospital, where ho
was taken after the accident.
Kelley was employed as a slate
picker at tho breaker. Age had en
feebled him and it Is thought that he
stumbled and fell down the steps. No
one witnessed the accident, but It must
have happened shortly after the noon
hour, when the old man was going to
his dinner. He was found at 12.30
o'clock by boys leturnlng to tho
The steps are only four In number,
but the old man struck squarely upon
his head and was unconscious when
found. Ho was taken to his home on
Deacon street, North Scranton, and
was afterward removed to the hospital.
He was not examined for Injuries, tho
shock alone making his recovery Im
possible. Kelley was quite a favorite with his
fellow-workmen. He Is unmarried.
SCRATCH CAUSES ALARM.
Indicted on tho Arm ot John 1', Joi
dun by His Son.
An unfortunate accident happened to
John F. Jordan, father of the boy who
died Friday evening last from hydro
phobia. Late Friday afternoon Mr.
Jordan received a slight scratch on tho
Inside of his right forearm about seven
Inches above tho wrist. The scratch
was Inflicted by the suffered lad,
The father had hold of tho boy's
arm near tho shoulder, and Willie
passed his hand along the father's urm,
one of his finger nails puncturing thu
skin. Dr. Brady cauterized the wound
Immediately and no uneasiness Is Mt,
though tho arm feels sore in the vicin
ity of the cauterization and has bo
come much enlarged in the vicinity of
Passengers for Now York city should
take Lehigh Valley railroad. Sleeping
car placed on track at Wilkes-Barre
9.00 p. m. for occupancy. Leaves at
2.20 a. m., arriving New York 8.23 a. m.
Reservations nt City Ticket Office, 309
for sale cheap. Architect Drown.
DRRIU'.-In Scranton, Sept. 20, I&97, Mrs.
iDather P. Derby, relict of the Into
Chaunccy H. Derby, sr ar.eA E0 years.
Funeral announcement later.
HAS BEEN DESERTED
Thirteenth Regiment Arrived Home at 6
O'clock Saturday Evening.
B0VS WERE .GLAD TO GET HOME
It Wns thn Ituuglicft Two WaakH of
Camp Llfo tho Itcfzlmont Kvpr En
dured - Return Trip Consumed
Tour Hours but the Tlmo AVns
IMcnsuntly llmplovcd.-Otit ol Town
Companies Left ht Once for Their
After an even two weeks of the
roughest camp life It was ever their
lot to experience the members of tho
Thirteenth regiment reached home Sat
urday nt C o'.qlock p.r m tired, be
draggled and weary ami bearing every
evidence ot a trying siege of real army
The order to break camp was pro
mulgated at 7 o'clock. In tho morning,
but owing to canvass being wet from
tho rains -othe , previous day, tho for
mal levelling of the white city did not
occur until .12,30. At that hour tho
drum corps and buglers sounded tho
assembly and at h. signal from Colonel
Mattes, Old Glory was lowered and
simultaneously the poles were pulled
from under the tents, allowing tho tem
porary village tocollapse and fall In
a series of disordered heaps on the
There was no end of amusement
found in the Incidents attending tho
striking of camp. The boys were In
a merry mood and many a lark helped
enliven the work of preparing the tents
for shipment to Harrlsburg. One par
ticular source of enjoyment was the
playing of all sorts of practical Jokes
on tho Hungarian people who flocked
Into the camp to gather up the refuse.
One big woman was greatly aggra
vated by the soldier boys' persisting In
defeating her in her effort to get away
with a load of straw. She would gather
up an Immense bundle, tie It up with
a ropo and balancing it on her head,
start for her home.
Before she could proceed far, how
ever, some mischievous rascal would
touch a match to her prize and In great
consternation she would hurriedly get
from under the blazing bundle and
disappointingly watch the flames de
vour It. Time and again she would
get a bundle on her head nnd start on
a quiet, roundabout sneak to get be
yond the lines, but each time she would
encounter a fire-bug and up would go
her bui.den in smoke.
SHE BECAME DISGUSTED.
At last she became so utterly dis
gusted and mad all over that she gave
up her fruitless efforts and left the
place, saying, as she passed along,
sqme certain things which it would be
safe to waser could not be translated
with tho aid of any ordinary lexicon.
There was some jeering and mockt
Ing adleux as the soldiers were de
parting on the train, but there was
not even the semblance of violence.
The trip home required four hours, but
despite the longing to reach their des
tination the time flew quickly in fun
nnd frolic and was easily the most en
joyable period of the two weeks ab
sence. There was a rather small number of
people at the Delaware and Hudson
station when tho train pulled In, due
to the fact that there had been no
definite announcement of the tjme of
their- .arrival. Quite a large throng,
however, quickly gathered and before
the boys were ready to march to their
"armories" a thousand or more wel
comers were in and around the stn
tlon. Company F, under Captain Fellows,
marched direct to the West Side. Com
pany G, of Montrose, took the G.15
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
train, Company H reached home on a
Providence car, and Company E took
the next departing Delawaro and Hud
son train for their headquarters In the
Maple City. Tho four central city com
panies, headed by Lieutenant Colonel
Mattes and the headquarters staff, and
In charge of Major Stlllwell, of the
Second battalion, proceeded to the ar
mory to the strains of "Johnnie Comes
Marching Home," and other appropri
The boys were cheered all along, the
route and Colonel Mattes had to fre
quently acknowledge with a smile all
that his military strictness would al
low the hand-clapping and waving of
hats and kerchiefs, which was pro
voked at every street Intersection as
soon as tho "staff" camo Into view,
HIS WORK APPRECIATED.
It was evident that even the clvl
lans had appreciated the excellent and
most praiseworthy manner In which
tho Heutennnt colonel had carried out
the Important task which so suddenly
and unexpectedly devolved upon him.
He expiessed himself as being highly
gratified with the conduct of his com
mand and. wll have some nice things
to tell Colonel Coursen, when tho lat
ter gets back from Cottage City.
CHOKED HIS DAUGHTER.
IJrutnl Conduct of Wo It Hcrncr, ol
tho South Side.
Bernard Wolfaman, known as "Wolf
Berner," who has a home at the rear
of -Beech Stregt pear Stone Avenue,
while drunk Friday evening nttempted
to take tho life of his seventeen-year-old
daughter .Lizzie by choking her.
Wolfaman camo home drunk and nt
first attempted tp assault his wife.
Tho daughter Interferred and the man
turned upon her.
Ho threw her to the floor and but for
Interference of neighbors -would have
strangled her to deatli. . .The girl was
taken to a neighbor's house In an un
conscious condition. She recovered In
less than an hour and is now out of
Wolfaman was arrested on a warrant
lsuetl from -Alderman Stern's offloe,
but'was released upon promise to keep
away from the house In tho future.
Wolfaman has figured In police circles
a numher of times.
ALDERMAN'S SIDE OF THE CASE.
It Pilfers from tho Stories Told by tho
Alderman Atkinson has a very dif
ferent story from that contained In
tho aflldavit of the Moses Seldman
and Wolff Seldman, tho Carbondale
men who brought suit Friday to recov
er $10,000 front tho Alderman for al
leged false Imprisonment, assult and
battery and other unlawful acts. Tho
Carbondale Leader has this about the
Alderman Atkinson was seen this
morning. Constable Gllby was present
nt tho tlmo of thu Interview und con
firmed tho alderman's statements. They
nvorrejl that tho Beldinana had grossly
misrepresented things before tho court.
According to tho officers' story the trou
bio grew out of the Glazier cases. Glaz
ier had tho Scldmans nrrcsted for lar
ceny and perjury. Their ball was fixed
at JSO0. Tho Scldmans refused to give
ball. An effort was mndo to sottlo tho
caseB but nobody would pay tho coats.
In default of ball tho aldermnn com
mitted the Srtdmans, father and son, to
tho county jail. Constable Gllby start
ed for Scranton with them. Ho got ns
far as Jormyn on the street cnr, when
they begged to bo taken back, Tho con
stable, out of pity, brought them back
to Atkinson's office. Thero they agreed
to settle tho cases nnd pay tho costs.
They were let off very light on tho costs,
tho aldermnn taking only half of what
was really charged against them. Con
stable Gllby confirmed this story nnd
said thero wero several witnesses to
prove It, besides tho alderman's docket.
HUNTINGTON THE WINNER.
Won the Cnptnin'n Cup on tho Coun
try Club's Coll' Links.
On Saturday was held the Country
club's open tournament for tho cap
tain's cup presented by T. II, Watklns.
Those who made tho twelve best
scores on Friday qualified for tho
final which was won by A. 'A. Hunting
ton who was one down on his Friday
card of 84 Following were tho scores
, Walker 102
The score of Mr. Brooks was four
better than on Friday. Others who
showed an improvement were: C. It.
Bedford, H. P. Simpson, F. C. Whit
more and C. R. Manvllle. There was
a falling off In tho play of Messw.
Young, Klrkpatrlck and Belln. Dupli
cate strokes w'ere made by Loveland
PARK BOARD ORGANIZED.
It Tinds No Funds Avnllnble for This
Andrew P. Bedford, Joseph A. Scran
ton and Peter J. McCann, the recently
appointed board of park commission
ers, held a. formal meeting Saturday
afternoon In Mayor Bailey's ofllce.after
being sworn Into ofllco by tho mayor.
Mr. Scranton wps elected president and
Mr. Bedford secretary.
After ascertaining that the 1S97 ap
propriation for park purposes hail been
exhausted, the board discussed plans
for next year. They seemed to favor
a bond Issue of $100,000. Tho members
are appointed for five years.
OLD VEIN WILL BE WORKEb.
After nn Idleness ot Nearly n IJunrtcr
Century Coal Will He Mined.
After twenty-two years of Idleness,
the top vein of No. 2 Delaware and
Hudson mine, at Olyphant, Is being
re-opened for operation. The vein was
first tapped thirty-five years ago and
in the days when the coal Industry In
this valley was comparatively small.
The vein furnished many tons of coal.
Mine Superintendent Grey and Mine
Foreman John Lavin are in charge of
the re-openlng. The vein will give em
ployment to nearly one hundred men
INJURED THREE YEARS AGO.
Foot Ilnll Flnyrr Conncry Suffering
the Results of n Kick.
Cohn Connory, the well-known local
foot ball player, Is suffering from an
injury received In a game three years
ago. In the game Connory was kicked
on tlio back and the wound, though at
first deemed trivial, developed Into a
Dr. S. P. Longstreet performed a
successful operation yesterday. Con
nory's robust physique will greatly as
sist In his permanent recovery.
MARRIED AT BINGHAMTON.
Kcv. T. F. Ilnll JUudc Two Scranton
People One Lnst Friday.
Halsoy E. Wells, a conductor on the
Central Railroad of New Jersey, and
Miss LIUlo L. Phillips, both residents
of thl3 city, were married Sept. 21, nt
Blnghamton, N. Y by Rev. T. F. Hall,
pastor of tho High Street Methodist
Mr. and Mis. Wells have returned to
this city and have taken up residence
at 204 Spruce street.
We deem It fitting at the opening of
this new season to express our grate
ful acknowledgment of the courtesies
and patronage conferred upon us dur
ing the past seasons.
As the most practical method of ex
hibiting our appreciation of the confi
dence reposed in us, we have endeav
ored to so shape our plans for the
future as to insure our friends and
patrons tho best service In everything
pertaining to their Interests.
After an Inspection of our goods, and
a comparison and consideration of our
prices, we feel that you will not fall to
be Impressed with the advantages we
are in a position to offer.
We carry everything In the line of
Millinery Goods; we appeal for your
patronage; wo will serve your Interests
faithfully and well.
Our method of exchanging goods or
refunding the money for anything pur
chased from us not satisfactory, makes
this an absolutely safe store to deal in.
Gerson's Millinery, 413 Lackawanna
Columbia County Fnlr.
Bloomsburg, Pa., October 13 to 10.
Tho managers have rebuilt tho largo
exhibition building, damaged by last
year's cyclone and have completed ar
rangements to entertain the largest
crowd ever assembled on their grounds.
The speed programme begins on Thurs
day with the 2.19 class, trot and pace,
2.35, 2.30 and 3,00 classes; Friday 2.24
and 2.45 class, trot and 2.40 class, pace,
and Saturday tho great free-for-all,
2.24 pace and 2.29 trot; when tho track
record, now 2.16, will undoubtedly be
lowered. Tho Ninth Regiment band of
Wllkes-Barro will render music every
day nnd the Jackson Roman Hippo
drome company will entertain tho peo
pie with their highly trained horses In
daring feats of horsemanship. Indica
tions are that thero will bo a larger
exhibit of live stock than ever and
every department filled. A good place
to meet old friends.
When dizzy or drowsy take BEECH.
47UWiiy?lU; Hionmch Dlsor.
ders positively cured. Grovcr Uruhum's Dys
pepsia Remedy Is u sueclflc. One iloso io
moves al distress, nnd u permanent euro of
the moNt chronic, nnd sevore cases Is guaran
teed. Do not suffer I A fid-cent bottle v 111
convince the most skoptlcal.
Matthews llios., Druggists, 020 Lnclia
Disastrous Fire in the Little Village of
Smlthvlllc Last Night.
SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN INCENDIARY
Two Stores, n Saloon, a Ilnrn nnd
Two Dwelling Houses Destroyed.
Snnmol Josephs Owned Flva of tlio
Building nnd AU Ho Snvcd Wns n
Horse mid Cow Which Wero in the
Ilnrn--l'lro Stnrtcd in Josephs'
Grocery Store, Whilo tho Family
Wits In This City.
Six buildings wore destroyed by what
Is supposed to have been an Incendiary
firo at Smlthvlllo last night. A crowd
of five thousand from the village nnd
adjacent towns for miles around
watched tho progress of the devouring
element with arms folded, unable to
do anything to check the fire fiend's
ravages, owing to tho total lack of a
Five of the burned buildings, two of
which were stores, belonged to Samuel
Josephs; the other was owned by the
James Keating estate and occupied by
Alfred Knsco with a saloon.
The fire started nt 7.45 o'clock In the
basement of Josephs' grocery store, on
tho second floor of which tho family
resided. There was nobody In tho place
at tho time and before the neighbors
discovered th,e flames the building was
falr!y enveloped and past saving.
In the next building was a butcher
shop kept by Josephs. This was afire
before the first building was consumed
nnd the two blazing simultaneously sot
fire to the barn In the rear, also owned
The Kasco saloon, adjoining the
butcher shop, next went, A single
house owned by Josephs and a large
tenement, also owned by Josephs and
occupied by four Hungarian families,
likewise In their 'turn fell prey to the
ASSISTANCE FROM AVOCA.
The Avoca Hose company came down
to render assistance, but they were
powerless to give any aid because the
village Is without a water supply. The
only thing the willing hands of the"
firemen nnd neighbors could snatch
from the pathway of the flames was
tho household goods In the two last
mentioned dwelling houses and the
stock and fixtures In Kasco's saloon.
Everything that Josephs owned was
destroyed, excepting a horse and cow,
which wero thoughtfully released from
Fate, however, seemed determined
that the unfortunate Josephs should
not have even a full complement of his
live stock as a grain of consolation,
for just previous to tho breaking out
of fire one of tho two cows he owned
was run down and killed by a trolley
Tho flames only stopped on their
devastating course when there wa's
nothing else consumable within reach.
The burned building wore situated on
a plot by themselves at the Smlthvlllo
end of the Traction company's viaduct
and were sepatated one from tho other
by only narrow spaces. The loss Is
roughly estimated at $10,000. There
was Insurance on all the buildings and
some on the store stocks and dwelling
furniture but Just what It amounted
to could not bo learned.
SUSPICION OF INCENDIARISM.
There Is strong suspicion that the fire
was of Incendiary origin. Mr. Joseph
and his entire family were in this city
attending the New Year festivities,
when word was brought to them, of
their great loss. Mr. Joseph's could
not explain in any way what could
have started the blaze.
There was no fire of any kind about
the store and none of the family had
been near the place since early In the
nfternoon. Who the fire bug could be,
if the fire was incendiary or what pur
pose anyone could have In thus beg
garing him, he Is at a loss to know.
if CARPET MBEMI
Moquette Carpets Some 7 p. 170 wl
with borders, some plain ' &" per ydrU
These are positively worth $1.10. For the fol
lowing sized rooms:
10. Gxl4. 0
11. 3x12. 9
S. 3x13. 0
12. 3x15. 0
12. 9xlS. (
0. 9x11. 6
10. 0x15. 3
If your rooms are a trifle smaller thau the above sizes,
carpets could be cut down to fit them.
$t3rBrmg size of rooms with you.
KER II WATKIN
s SCRANTON CONSERVATORY OF HUSIC,
S FINE ART DEPARTMENT. . B
jji Instruction In DRAWING, undor Miss Hester A. Worthlngton (graduate S
S Maryland Institute of Fine Arta.) S
Instructions In ClIlNA-l'AINTINQ, under Mlm Kiln MucNutt, (Just re- H
g turned from special study In Paris and Dresden.) a
jji New Classes Begin October 1st. 5
3 I'upllsoftue FlneArt Department have nil tho S
3 prlvllegei of tho Conservatory. 13
ILOIY OIL ID MANUFACTURING CO.
I'll to 1-10 Meridian Btrcct.Hcranton, l'a. Telephone 3080.
PAINT DEPARTMENT.- I-lnpced Oil,
Varulsh, Dryers, Japuu uud ftliluglc btulu.
OUR FIRST CONSIGNMENT
Now Open for Inspection.
The line comprises the
latest conceits in fashion
Fancy Loop Braids,
New Jet Trimmings,
Hercules and Soutache,
Braids, etc., etc,
At Popular Prices.
make of hats
Hatters and Furnishers,
412 Spruce. Street.
In Black, Brown, Green, Etc,
Now on Sale.
Hotel Jermyn Hatters,
Including tho painless extracting o(
teetn by an entirely now process.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
321 Spruce St., Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
S. 0x12. 4
9. 0x13. 10
10. 10x13. 10
9. 0x14. 0
12. 9x17. 9
3 CYLINDER OILS.
Turpentine, White Lead, Coal Tar, Pitch
320 Lackawanna Av&, Scranton Pa.
Wholesale, nnd Itctnll
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD.
Convenient, Economical, Durable
Producing Perfect Imitation of Exponslya
Raynolds' Wood Finish,
Especially Designed for lusldo Work.
Marble Floor Finish,
Durublo nnd Drlos Quickly.
Paint Varnish and Kal
PURE LINSEED OIL AfID TURPENTINE.
Sohmer Piano Stands at tha Head
AND J. XV. rJUERNSBY Stands at the Ileal
In the Muslo track. You can always get a
hetter bargain nt his beautiful warerooins
than at any other place in tho city.
Call and seo for yourself boforo buying,
205 Washington Avenue,
J. W. QUERNSEY, Prop.
I Baby 1
I J. D. WILLIAMS u BRO. 1
E! 312 and 314 tack. Ave., Scranton, S
Linoleums, Floor, Ta
ble and Stair Oil
Cloths, in endless va
riety. Oil Cloth Rugs
for Stoves, all sizes.
New Stock of
at prices lower thau ever,
A liberal discount for
rolls containing 40 yards.
Fall stock of Carpets,
Draperies and Upholstery
Goods now ready.
The Eye Specialist
WIIOSM ofllco Is at
na avenue, in Will
iams' White Front
Hhoe Store, exnmlnei
the eye freo la tho
most accurate way,
and his priced for spec
tacles are cheaper
than elsewhere. A la
tn the proper euro of
i e eyes seem to pos-
...ud mm( nnnnl. until
irJjj!Sy && the time comes when
YjiUJtfVsaf vm' i.-ndaoheg. Imperfect
vlnlon.or other results
of such neglect give warning that nature H
rebelling against such treatment of one of
tho most precious gins. Normal vision Is u
blessing unupprecluted until It has been lost
and restored; Its full value is then realized,
Therefore, you should not lose u day beforo
having your eyes examined. ThUservlco wo
gludly render free of charge.
RUMEMUER THE PLACE,
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store.
lowest Trices in
Hats and Furnish