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THE BCI?A:NT0N TniBUNE-SATUTCDAY MORNITSTtr. OCTOBER lfi, 18J7.
FOUND THEM A HOME.
Scolt Children Arc Taken in Charge by
the Board ol Associated Charities.
Other West Side News.
Mrs. Duggan, fluent of tho Board of
Associated charities. vUltcd West
Scranton yesterday afternoon nnd re
moved two little girls, by the name of
Scott, from the house they were resid
ing In nt 130 Cameron street. Tho girls
are 13 and 15 year- of ago respectively
nnd are without the proper care, their
parents being In tho custody of the
law for trial on a serious charge. The
girls have been left to follow their In
clinations for some time and but for
the kindness of pitying neighbors they
would probably have starved. The
children were temporarily placed In tho
Home for the Friendless.
FUNERALS OF A DAY.
The funeral of the late Miss Agnes
M. Gaynor took plaaa yesterday morn
ing. Tho remains were borne from tho
residence of her motlier, BIG North Lin
coln avenue, to St. Patrick's church
at 9 o'clock and a high mass of re
quiem was sung. ltev. J. U. Whelan,
rector, was celebrant and was nsstet
d by the assistant rectors, Ilcv. P. F.
McNolly and Rev. D. A. Dunne. Rev.
Father "Whelan preached the funeral
Fermon. At the conclusion of tho ser
vices tho remains, accompanied by a
laige funeral cortege, were borne to
the Iljde Park Catholic cemetery
where Interment was made. Tho floral
tributes wero very beautiful.
The pall-beareis, clnhs mates of tho
deceased, were: Edward Claikc, Leo
Crossln, Frank Quinn, John Sweeney,
Robert Barrett, Richard Lonergan.
riower-benrets: Frank Haw ley, James
Mullen and Kdwnrd Glbney.
The funeral of Miss Mary Ann Bay
lls occurred Thursday afternoon at
tho residence of her parents, Mr. and
Mis. Henri' Bayllss, of 4J6 Tenth
street. Thote was a largo attendance
of f i lends and relatives piesent. Itev.
K F. Matthew , pastor of the Scranton
Street Baptist church, conducted tho
tervlco and preached the funeral ser
mon. A quartette from the Sabbath
M'hool, of which the deceased was a
member, rendered several selections.
Burial was made In tho Washburn
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Hydnda Youkowskl, of 1930 Jackson
street, was interred yesterday after
noon at St. John's German Catholic
cemetery. The funeral took place at
tho parental residence and was ptl
ate. QUICK LUNCH OPENED.
A long felt -want on this side has
been met In the opening last ecnlng
of a quick lunch parlor at 111 North
Main avenuo, by Samuel Davis. It
is Mr. Dai is' intention to catr pai
tlcularly to those who must lunch out;
nls-o to supply socials, picnics, etc., on
hort notice. The new lunch parlor Ih
Jltted with the necessary appurten-
J.1 cured with Anlmul Kxtrncts.
I reo bonk
tells bow WASHINGTON U1KVI1C VIj CO.,
Washington, J). U.
The ladies of Lackawanna county cannot have forgotten
the wonderful success that attended our introduction of
to Scranton last spring, and the demonstration we then
made of the adaptability of this famous corset to figures
of any proportions. The expert fitter then sent by the
manufacturer to wait on our patrons found it impossi
ble to stay as long as we desired, and since that time
we have been besieged by ladies who missed the oppor
tunity of having
Perfectly fitted to their forms, requesting to know if the
lady fitter who was with us for two weeks in May would
return again? We're able to answer that question now.
The same lady will be here again all of next week.
It is not necessary to expatiate on the benefits of
A more scientifically constructed garment has never
been constructed by human ingenuity. It is not only
perfect in its fitting properties, but is the most com
fortable and perfectly hygenic corset ever invented.
As a Figure Improver
It has no equal; in a word, there is but one Redfern
Corset, and we are prepared, with the assistance of the
expert fitter sent by the manufacturer, to prove that no
other corset in the world equals it.
tJcSrSee Our Special Corset Display in Our
nnces nnd cvciy patron will iccelve
good attention. The proprietor Is well
known, having conducted n tonsorlal
parlor for sevrrol years on this side.
The tonsorlal pnrlors have been re
moved from 111 North Main avenue
to Jackson street, and Jiimcs Roberts
placed In charge.
BAPTIST HARVEST CONCERT.
The Jnckson Street Baptist church Is
preparing an elaborate Harvest con
cert, to be given on Wednesday, Oct.
27, at 8 p. m. Tho singing will bo ten
dered by the school, nssisted by tho
full choir nnd orchestra. The church
will be piofusely decorated with all tho
fruits of harvest, nnd the public mny
bo assured that nothing is being left
undone to make the concert a- success.
George W. Clarke, of Clarko Bros.,
is In New York city.
Mis Anna Cooper, of North Main
avenue, has returned from a visit with
fi lends in Carbondalo.
Mrs. W. S. Walter, of Mauch Chunk,
is the guest of West Scranton friends.
Mrs. Charles Oberdorfer. of North
Hyde Paik avenue, Is homo from a vis
It at Lake Ariel.
Mrs. Amanda Blesecker, of Mt. Poco
no, Is the guest of her son, Stewart
Blesecker. of North Bromlev avenuf.
William N. Williams, of Plymouth,
spent a portion of tho week with ac
quaintances on this side.
Mrs. J. G.Clark and Miss Stella Yohe,
of this side, nre the guests of friends
Ml-s Mira Pearce, of Ft Ink street,
is entertaining Miss, Virginia Court
right, of Milwaukee.
Ira D. Newton, of Notth Rebecca
ivenue, is visiting In Susquehanna
Miss Graoe Evans, of tho city hospi
tal, Boston, has been called home by
the recent death of her father.
Miss Grace Evans.a nurse at the City
hospital of Boston, Is here to attend
the funeral of her father, the late Al
bert Evans, of rear of 411 South Main
avenue, who died on Tuesday. Miss
Evans will remain here for a few
weeks, not having been heie for sev
eral years, nnd call upon some of her
John T. Harris and Edward Harris
have returned to Johnstown, after vis
iting their brother, Edward Harris, of
Misses May Davis and Florence Free
man, of this Bide, will attend the
Scranton-Keystone foot ball game at
Miss Kate Williams and Dr. and
Mrs. M. J. Williams called upon Mrs.
William Malnwarlng, of Duryea, yes
terday. David Owens, of South Lincoln ave
nue, Is refereelng the foot ball game
between tho Keystone academy and
Scranton high .school elevens at Fac
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
The Father Whelan Young Men's
Catholic Benevolent Society, Branch
No. 63.", Irish Catholic Benevolent
union, held a regular meeting at Co
operative hall last evening. Tho main
topic for consideration was the "Death
Benefit Fund" Idea as pioposed at the
recent national convention of the or
der held here during August. The
i isim fSI'Cft !j-.lp'i--?t!'??i' ?"?!"' --" r??1'?.-"-""-'"-""1 "-Q j o.j rCTl
Idea met with favorable' reception nnd
steps mny bo taken In the near future
to Incorporate It Into the society's lnws.
Elcctilo City Lodge, No. 31.1, Knights
of Pythias, Initiated three candidates
Into tho rank of page and one Into
thnt of Esqulro on Thursday evening.
There was a large attendance to wit
ness tho ceremony.
Tho Baptist Young People's union of
the Fhst Welsh Baptist church re
ceived a visit last evening from tho
union of Olyphant nnd tho guests were
well entertained. Tho visitors to the
number of a hundred wero welcomed
by Prof. James R. Hughes, president
of the state body, In a timely address.
During the course of tho evening an
Impromptu programmo was carried
out. Addresses were given by Presi
dent W. H. Pi lest, of the Olyphant so
ciety; Luther Lewis, John M. Edwards,
of the Scranton society and Rev. W.
F. Davis, of North Scranton. Recita
tions were given by Miss Anna Rceso
and Harry Lewis, of Olyphant: solos
by the Misses Anna Jones nnd Mar
garet Thomas, of Olyphant, and David
Jones. A verv pleasant evening was
Prof. James R. Hughes, principal of
public school No. 14, has arranged a
novel way of bettering the singing of
his school and adding Interest to the
school work, thus relieving the tedium
of monotonous routine. A quartette of
girls lead tho singing every Tuesday
morning and a recitation and essay Is
assigned to two pupils, this forming
the opening exercises. On Friday a
similar course Is followed with the ex
ception that a quartette of boys lead
the singing. Much Interest has already
Tho latest and best styles. Hoberts,
12G North Main.
The cantata, "The Ton Virgins," Is
In course of rehearsal by members of
tho Christian Endeavor society of tho
Gel man Presbyterian church, of Chest
nut street. The cantata will be given
Jn Wednesday evening, Oct. 20. Great
caie Is being taken and It Is expected
that a first class production will be
The pupils of the principal's room
at Public school. No. 13, esterday af
ternoon observed the anniversary of
tho discovery of America by Columbus,
The date falls on Oct. 12, but tho ob
servance was postponed until yester
day. Principal David Owens had ar
ranged an appropriate programme, and
It was carried out. It consisted of rec
ltotlons, essays and vocal and Instru
The Scranton Street Baptist church
will conduct lbs Harvest Home exer
cises tomorrow evening at the church.
An appropriate programme of special
merit has been arranged. Tho pastor,
Rev. S. F. Mathews, has prepared a
sermon relative to the observance, and
the church choir will render special
music. The church auditorium has
been artistically decorated with flow
ering plants and potted palms. Tho
public Is cordially invited at attend to
morrow evening's service.
The Bellevue Republican club will
hold a special meeting this evening to
transact Important business. After tho
business a social session will be en
jojed. St Leo's Literary and Debating so
ciety held a meeting last evening and
It was decided to hold th'Ir first pub
lie session on Monday, Oct. 2.". An
excellent piogi amine Is being pre
paied St Leo's Tourist club of St. Leo's
Battalion, will give a musical and lit
erary entertainment In St. David's hall.
North Main avenue, on Friday evening,
Oct 29. Preparations are under way to
make the affair a first rate one.
Dr. E Y. Harrison, Dentist, Moara
Hall 113 S. Main avenue.
Nest Side UurIiicss Directory.
MRS. TKNTON. CLAIRVOYANT AND
prhenologtst, 412 North Main avenue.
SECOND HAND f URN1TURE Cash for
anything you havo to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and seo tho
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A POLITICAL POINTER
If jou Indorso tho fieo trade and f rec
eiver Chicago platform as the Lacka
wanna Democracy does, "fully and
without reserve," then work and voto
for Sohadt, Horn, et. al. If you be
lieve In MoKlnley, protection and pros
perity, Urn these agents of Brian
"Is Machinery of Benefit to Wage
woikers?" Is a subject to bo discussed
at tomoirow evening's meeting In
Woikmen's hall, corner of Alder street
nnd Piospect nvenue.
The St Aloyslus boclety had a social
seslon nfter Thursday night's business
session. Following was a part of the
programme: Solo, Thomas Blglln;
lecltation (original composition), AVI1
llain Daniels; singing by quintette,
Thomas Blglln, Anthony McDonald.
Owen Langan, James Brown and
James Crane, solo, John McDonough;
recitation, John Blown; remarks, Peter
Wnlsh, James Riley, Fiank Gavnn,
William Daniels, James Kennedy. An
amusing cako walk was a featuie. Tho
pilze was awarded to Edward O'Bojle
and M. J. O'Boyle. James Brown and
Anthony McDonald received recogni
tion for being the most ridiculous.. The
following committee was In charge of
the smoker: J J. Brown, F. J. Con
net y, John Watd, T N. Blglln, James
Riley and V J. Gavan.
The conceit of tho Junior Maenner
chor In Gei mania hall was a decided
social and musical success. Dancing
was enjoyed after the concert, In which
the singers were: First tenors, Will
Beighauser, Will Ehrhaidt, Alfied
Guthclnz, George Freuhan, Gus Re
pert, Fiank Koehler, Henry Kelper,
Jacob Schunk, Becond tenors, Freder
ick W. Hermann, Fred. Heintz. Will
Munz, Georgs Mnnz, Carl Berghauser,
William Budonbach, John Leigh, Aug
ust Hahn. Archie Battel son, Henry
Lewett; flist bass, Otto J. Robinson,
Fred. Lotz, Will Tannler, Jacob Berg
hauser, August Storr, A. Welchel, jr.,
John Freuchtel, Peter Hang. Will Hor
bach, John Schmidt, Jncob Englc; sec
ond bass, Will Zlesemer, George Hed
rlch, John Lewert, Eugene Tannler,
Fred. Rlehl. Charles G Lewert, John
Zlesemer and Will Suter, director,
Prof. Gus Schmidt. Tho officers are:
Fred. W. Hermann, president, Charles
G. Lewert, vice-piesldent, Carl Berg
hauser, recording becretary; Eugene
Tannler, financial secretary; John
Freuchdel, treasurer. The committee
on concert: William Tannler, chair
man; Henry Helper, George Freuhan,
Peter 55ang, Archie Patterson, John
Freuchdel and Charles G. Lewert.
The locomotive which fell down the
bank at tho National breaker has been
hoisted to tho track.
This evening the different German
societies of this side will parade tho
streets of the central city. A Twenty
Dollar club was organized Thursday
evening and elected M, Wetterman as
president; Charles Neuts, treasurer,
nnd Charles Mlrtz, secretary. The ob
ject of the club Is to trv nnd procure
money to bo chanced oft nt tho fair.
A WORD OP ADVICE-
Rcpubllcans who nro faithful In so
cnlled oft jears nro tho ones whoo
fealty to party counts. Let all such
bestir themselves now.
Guy Otorhout, a student nt the Unlvcr
lt of Pennsylvania, Is visiting his moth
ir, Mis. N. P. OMcrhout, of Oak stnet.
Lsvvls Litcham, of Throop street, Is
slowly recovering from nn attack of
Trouble over the marriage, of 16-year-old
Patrick Barrett to Miss Kate Lvnn ha3
not yet oniled. Young Barrett's motlier,
Mrs. Thomas Hromagc, had warrants Is
sued for tho arrest of George and Maty
Acktr, Mrs. Mnn le Tojinraml Mrs. Mag
gie Hairett on tho cl arge of having aided
hor son In securing a marriage licene on
Monday lt.t. They will bo given a hear
ing by Alderman Roberts this afternoon.
Both parties havo secured tho services of
Rev. J. A Evans of Lliidsey, Pa., will
preach tomorrow morning and evening
in tho West Market Street Welsih Baptist
Funeial services over the remains of
Henry Gwyther, whose sudden leath was
a shock to his many friends, will bo held
this afternoon nt 2 30 o'clock from his lato
hemo on Brick avenue. Religious services
will be conducted by tho Rev. II. S. .Tones,
pastor of the Welsh Congregational
church. Interment will bo mndo in Wash
burn street cemt tcry.
Miss Lillian Kui e, who b as been viilt
Ing Miss Magglo Cost llo, of Putnam
street, has returned to hr liomo In Port
Miss Annie Tullcy, of .Nay Aug avenue,
Is In Avocn.
Tho funeial of Annie, dnughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Samuel, orcurred jester
day afternoon at 2 o'clock from tho fnm
lly residence on School street. Brief re
ligious services were conducted by Rev.
W. P. Davis, after which tho remains
wero convened to their final resting place
In Chinchilla cemetery.
Mrs. Harry Carson Is dangerously 111 nt
tho (homo of her mother, Mrs. William
Humphrey, on Wnyno avenue.
Mls3 Manila Plynn, of West Market
street, left yesterday for a short stay in
New York city
Walter Chrlstmis, of Edna avenue, left
yesterday for Nashville, Tenn., where he
will visit tho exposition now being held
Mrs. David Fisher, of Bloomsburg, Pa.,
Is being entertained by Mrs. Benjamin
Lewis, of West Market street.
John Davis, of Spring street, is seriously
Loyshon Prltchard, of Trostburg, Md.,
is visiting friends In this end.
Rev. W. G. Watklns will preach In Uio
North Main avenuo Baptist church to
morrow. Text for tho morning sermon:
"And this is eternal life, that they might
know thee, tho only truo God, and Jesus
Christ whom, thou hast sent" Evening
subject, "Tho Cities of Refuge." The solo,
"Fleo ns a Bird to Your Mountain," will
ba sung nt tho evening strvleo by Rev
Mrs. Willlim Jenkins, of Putnam street,
Is visiting relatives at Nantlcoko.
Burt Sherman has bought the Interest
of John Stafford In tho barber hop con
ducted by him on West Market street
At the Wayno Avenuo Welsh Baptist
church. Rev. W. r. Davis will preacn In
Wolsh in tho morning and English in tho
evening. Theme of the morning sermon,
"Loyalty to Conviction;" In the evening,
"Tho irresistible Conclusion " Hlblo
pchool at 2 p. m Tho Junior society of
tho Baptist Young People's union will
meet at 3 30 p. m.
Trank Haines, a demented man, was ar
rested by Officer Saltry j esterday on West
Market street. The officer's suspicions
wore. arouod by tho strange antics of tho
man. Haines will bo taken to tho Hlllsldo
Dr. E. Catty Is spending his vacation at
his he mo in Burlington, N. J. His brother
has charge of his practice whilo ho is ab
sent. Miss Nellie Woodward, of Haw ley, spent
yesterday with f rlei ds In tuwn. faho
leaves todny for Delawaro Water Gap.
Mr. and Mis. Frank Jones left yesteiday
for their homo In Cortex, Je(fet!on coun
ty, Pa,, after visiting Mr, JoncV bi oth
er, Georgo Jones, of Brook street.
Earl Blshoy and family havo moved
from Drinker to Blakely street.
(Miss A. L. Woodward and niece, Miss
NolHo Woodward, of Haw ley, spent Thurs
day and yesterday as tho guests of II, P.
Tho pulpit of tho Methodist Episcopal
churcli tomorrow will bo occupied by Rev.
Thomas Barker in tho morr.lng and Rov.
R. W. Pearsall in tho evening.
Mrs. E. J. Ke-ast has iei.ted a suite of
rooms of H. P. Woodward on Tilpp ave
nue. Tho funeral of Edmuna Manlcy, son of
P. W, ManVy, will tako place this after
noon at 4 o'clock from tho family homo on
Applo street. Interment will bo mado In
St. Mary's cemetery.
A very Interesting debate was held at
No, I fcchool esterday afternoon. Tho
subject was: "Resolved, That elty life Is
preferable to country life." Somo very
good arguments wero given. It le-'Ultcd
In a glorious victory for those on the nes
atlvo sldo of tho debate.
Two rabll dogs and a hog caused a
little stir among tl'O residents of West
Mine-oka. It appears n btrangef bruto
btrajed Into tlat vicinity nnd at once
showed s gns of hydrophobia. Tho ani
mal terrorized somo of tho residents md
after a few hours' mad chaso ho came
acioss a valuable, terrier owned by Ed
waul Dont elly, which, from all accounts,
was a fit subject to satisfy his avaricious
appetlto and with that end In view tho
stranho bruto commenced to masticate
Mi. Donnellj's dog In a shoit time Don
nellj's muMi prized bono hunter began to
glvo a. repetition of tho actions of tho un
known cur, chased madly up and down
Davis street and finally ran counter to a
good sized porker belonging to ono of tho
neighbors In that section. The do,;
sampled tho hams of tho hog and after a
little dlfllculty semo of tho btani:ers
dispatched him. but much to their sur
prise tho hog stood upon his two hid les
and cut up all sorts of antics, which
quickly caused tho gang who wero for
tunato eiough to witneta tho frollo to
think ho was affected with the misterious
ailment that troubled tho two dogs. Somo
of tho gang suggested that tho hog bo tied
up while others wanted to end his worldly
existence. They seized him, but In somo
unaccountablo manner ono of the gang
of rescuers straddled tho porker and after
a raco that would outdo tho historical ono
of Paul Rovcro the animal fell down x-hauste-d
and was dispatched by the aid
of nn old revolutionary muskot. The
owner of the hog Is somewhat excited over
tho affair and tho much agitated question
of wiliether or not a dog should ttavel
around tho vlllago unmuzzled may bo de
cided by law.
Mrs. G. H. Haverly died In Throop,
Thursday. She was 31 yeais of age,
and formerly lived In Pltston. The
funeral will bo held at 3 o'clock tomor
row afternoon. Tho remains will be
taken on an earlv Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western train Monday
morning to New Albany, Pn., for Inter
ment. Reah Merrill, wife of George Haverly,
of Throop, died ufter a very brief ill
ness last evening,
Leroy, tho Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Weltzel, of 2633 Jackson
street, died yesterday at tho parental
residence. The funeral will be held to
morrow afternoon, Interment will be
tho Washburn street come-
Michael Bogl died at tho homo of his
daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Tonssnnt, of
Clay avenue, Dunmore.Thursday even
ing. He was 83 years of nge, nnd was
quite well nnd active up to n few weeks
before his denth. The funeral will tako
place Sunday afternoon.
John McAndrew, nn old resident of
Dunmore, died suddenly Inst evening,
nbottt C 30 o'clock, while walking In tho
ynrd In front of his home. Ho was
nliout seventy years of nge. Ho hnd
not comnlnined of being 111.
THEY WERE ItltO I'lIEKS.
Why Colonel Kcllogg's Llfo Wns
Spared liv a t oiiledrrntu.
Prom tho Chicago Tlmes-Hernld.
Here Is a Masonic stoiy which comes
well vouched for. Among tho prisoners
taken by the Union troops nt the time
Pickett made his great charge at
Gettysburg was a Virginia sergeant.
He was a Mason. Captain John A. Kel
logg, of tho Sixth Wisconsin, gave him
a drink of something reviving from his
canteen and nut somo rations In his
empty haversack. Their parting was
that of brothers.
In December, 18G4, when Kellogg was
a colonel commanding his regiment, I
accompanied him on a ride along the
picket lino a few miles to the left of
Petorsburg. By some menns, nnd
without knowing It, we got between
the picket lines. We were brought to
a halt suddenly by the follow Ing un
"Is that you, Colonel Kellogg?"
Looking up, nnd nbout two rods to
the right we saw a lieutenant and a
dozen men In gray, w ho had apparent
ly Just taken their arms In preparation
for serious business,
"That's my name, sir," answered the
"Beg pardon Colonel Kellogg. You
were a captain at Gettysburg. Allow
me to extend congratulations upon
It was becoming Interesting, Intense
ly so, and both of us weie making
plans for a shooting match between a
dozen Johnny pickets with guns In
their hands and two officers who had
only revolvers, and they not In hand.
"Guess you don't remember me, Col
onel." "I guess that Is so," said Kellogg;
and he was more nervous than I ever
saw him in battle.
"I'm the sergeant you gave a nip
from your canteen and whoso haver
sack you filled nt Gettysburg. They
have made me a lieutenant since then.
I'd like to havo a. visit with you, but
the officer of the day Is due here. Guess
you had better get back to your lines."
"Thank you, lieutenant," said the
colonel, saluting, and as we turned to
leave the Confederate gave tho com
mand. "Shoulder arms! Right dress!
Present arms'" Then both of us lifted
our hats. There was fraternity for you.
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Protectors and Cleaners of Linen.
322 Washington Ave. 323 Dli Court.
King 'Phono 702. Call Wagon or Drop
Postal. Eureka Coupons Accepted.
Advertisements Under This Head $5 Per Line Per Year.
Physicians and SurKcons.
DR. KAY, 08 Penn avo 1-5 and 7-9 p. m.
Diseases of women, children. Telephone.
DR. BATESON, S37 N. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. C. L TREY, SCRANTON SAVINGS
Bank bldg, 12i Wyoming avenue.
MARY A. SHEPHERD. M. D.. IIOMD
opathlst, No. 22S Adams avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Diseases ot Women, corner Wyoming
avenuo and Spruce street, Scranton Of
fice hours, Thursday nnd Saturdays, 3
a. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, G12 NORTH WASH
DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS 207 AND 20S
Board of Trade building. Office hours,
8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Resi
dence 309 Madison avenue.
DR. C. L. FREAS, SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion. Office telephone 1303. Hours. 10 to
12. 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR. S W. L'AMOREAUX. OFFICE 231
Adams. Residence, 1318 Mulberry. Chron
lo diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
genlto-urlnary organs a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
W. G. ROOK, VETERINARY 8UR
geon. Horses, Cattle and Doss treated.
Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton.
JAMES II. TORREY, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor at Law. Rooms 413 and 411
FRANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
couns.dlor-at.law. Burr buildings, rooms
13 and 11. Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY
Rooms 11 and 10, Republican bldg.
JEFFREYS &. RUDDY .ATTORNEYS-ut-law.
WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building Washington avenue, Scranton,
JFSSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors. Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21,
TRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-AT.
Law. Rooms 614, 615 and 518, Board of
L A WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave., Scranton. Pa.
C R PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building. Scranton, Pa
C. COMEGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D B REPEOGLE. ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears building, corner Washington ave
nue and Spruce street.
B F KILLAM, ATUUU.-SUV-AT-L.YVV,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAB J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-at-Law,
45 Commonwealth bldg., Scran
ton. WATSON. DEIHL, HALL & KDMMEIl
ER Attornejs and Counsellors-ut-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
6, 7, 8, 9 and 10; third floor,
Ostrich Plumes nnd Rons
IUght In tho face of tho greatest demand;
for Orftrich Feathers, we make prices
that aro simply astounding.
87c. Black Ostrich Feathers, 3 In Afti
$1 60 Long Glossy Black Ostrich Q3n
Amazon Plumes VSKt
J1.2G Superb Long Plumes, In all the newt
Bhades of Castor, Beige, Ecru 7C
Steel and Jockey Club ZOO
75c. Ostrich Flumes, all colors 33c,
300 large, handsomo Parrots In Black all
29c. (worth 62c), and In all colors at 40c,
J1.25 Pheapant Breast with tails 62o,
2jc. Curled Coques, nil colors 12c.
Special values In handsomo Coque(M Q7
Boas, never sold under $2 50; at S I.Ol
$3 DO Glossy Ostrich Collarette $3.70
V, yard long Ostrich Boas $4 50,
$3 1". yard Ostrich Boas $0.50
213 LSCKdwarm avenue
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Sets,
Rogers' Silver -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons, '
at tlie very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
PERCIVAL J. MORRIS. ARCHITECT,
Board of Trade Building.
EDWARD H DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 24, 23 and 2ii, Commonw oaltct
E L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of bttJ Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT,
433 Spruce St., cor. Wash, av c., Scranton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT.
I'rlco Building, 120 Washington avenue.
. I. LACEY & SON. ARCHITECTS.
Traders' National Bank.
DR I O. LYMAN, 325 N. WASHINGTON,
L. M'GRAW, 30G SPRUCE
DR. H. F. REYNOLDS, OPP, P. O.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming ave.
WELCOME C. SNOVER. 421 LACKA
ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY, COMMON,
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR Ml LACKA
wnnna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
tuier of Wlro Screens.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Scranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to
college, Idw. medicine or business. Openu
September 13. Send for catalogue. Rev
Thomas M. Cann, LL. D, Walter H.
Hue It, A. M
G R. CLARK & CO. SUEDMEN AND
Nurserymen; storo 118 Washington ave
nue; green house, 1350 North Main ave
nue; storo telephone, 782.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 123 and 127 FRANK
Un avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIOLKR. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L & W.
passenger depot Conducted on the Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished, tor
termn address R J Bauer, conductor,
117 Wvomtng nvenue, over liulbert's
MEGARGEB BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, piper bags, twine,
Wurchouso 130 Washington avenuo,
ntANK P. BROWN & CO, WHOLE
iale dealers In Wooduure. Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 Wost Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT AC
oountant and aadltor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams' Building, opposite poutofflce.
Agent for tho Rex Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO.
North Washington Avenue Llnotypo
Composition of all kinds quickly done.
Facilities unsurpassed in this region.