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THE FCUANTON TKIBUNK-'SVEDNESnAT MORNIN"!. OCTOBER 27. 1S!7.
tsusi 5Miv
YOUNO WOMAN SEVERELY SCALDED
Jlot Wntcr from n Holler Dnshcd
Over Her.
Miss Amy Maud Davis, dauRhtcr of
Robert Davis, of GO Archbald stroet,
was severely scalded yesterday morn
ing while engaged In getting out the
family washing. The young lady was
about to lift the holler from the stove
when It suddenly slipped from her
grasp and tho hot water was dashed
over her.
Her hands, arms and lower limbs
were painfully scalded. Neighbors
came In and applied cooling lotions
and last evening tho sufferer was much
Improved. So serious results are an
ticipated. PERSONAL MENTION
Miss Olive Jopllng and brother of
I'lttston, ure tho guests of Mr. and
Mm W. A. Hold, of Jackson street.
Frank Hugen, of Tenth street, Is In
New York olty on business.
Miss Anna Miles, of Kingston, Is the
guest of West Seranton friends.
Mlw Minnie Medr, of Sixth street,
is 111.
Mrs. L. H. naylord. of Windsor, N.
Y., 1ms returned from a visit with V.
C. Vosburg, of Sixth street.
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
The funeral of the late Anthony
Regan, of 523 IJroadwny, will take place
this morulas. A solemn high mass will
be celebrated at the Holy CrosH church
nt 9 o'clock and Interment will be made
at tho Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
A concert for tho benefit of John T.
Davles. of Fourteenth street, a student
nt Factoryvillo, is being arranged by
several friends who are Interested In
the young man's ambition to niter the
ministry. A fine programme Is being
nrranged. The concert will be given
tm Wednesday, Nov. 10, at the First
Welsh Congregational church.
Mr. and Mrs. Kugone Huff, residing
In the central city, wore arrested by
ratrolman Hart early yesterday morn
ing and charged with being drunk nnd
disorderly. In police court Alderman
Johns lined Mr. Hun $3 and his wife
$",. The man paid his fine and Mrs.
J luff was committed to the county Jail
fur I", days In default of her line.
This evening at the Jackson Street
Paptlst church a harvest conceit will
lie given by the Sunday school, assist
ed by the choir and an orchestra.
The church has been elaborately dec
orated, surpassing anything seen In
our city. Vegetables and fruits of nil
kinds will be displayed in u most taste
ful manner. The church has a mwt
unique appearance, and the programme
under the direction of Professor Lewis
Davis will bo a success. Thf church
tliiorn will be openeil at quarter to
eight.
The members of tho St. hen's Tourist
club met last evening In the St. Leo's
Rattnllon rooms, on North Main ave
nue, and completed arrangements for
their entertainment and social, which
will be given on Friday evening In St.
David's hall.
William D, Davles, of Nantlcoke.was
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Ladies who have once worn combination underwear will
never think of going back to the ill-fitting and uncomfortable
two-garment system.
The reasons for this are obvious. The combination affords
perfect comfort, without in any way marring symmetry of the
figure, for there is not such a thing as a pleat or wrinkle from
the neck to the ankle, while the elasticity and perfect shaping
affords unlimited freedom of motion without the slightest inter
ference. Perfection is not gained in a day, and the drawbacks
that at first marked the introduction of combination underwear
have now been completely overcome in the newly
Patented Oneida
Underwear for Ladies
We have other combinations in stock besides the "Oneida"
goods, but nothing as good as "Oncidas," and there is no reason
on earth why we should favor this make more than any other,
were it not for the fact that it is better in every respect than any
thing else that we know of.
Combination Underwear
for Ladies and Children, is made from the finest imported wools,
selected cotton, etc. It has many advantages that cannot be set
forth in a newspaper advertisement, but which will readily be ap
preciated on sight.
We will make a special display of these celebrated goods for
a few days
Beginning Today, Oct. 23
and invite you to come and see it. It costs no more than other
makes, and, as already stated, we know that it's better than the
best of other makes.
Globe Warehouse
and City
successfully operated upon yesterday
morning nt the West Side hospital by
tho hospital staff.
The members of St. Mark's Lutheran
church will hold n meeting tonight to
decide whether or not a new building
will be erected next summer.
West Side IltislncnH Directory
CARPET WEAVER-A1I kinds of MB
carpets, strlpo or hit and nils', on short
notice. Call and exiimtno work or send
postal card and I will cnll for rug In
city limits. JACOB BALTEd,
1120 Luzerno street.
MRS. FEN TON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
prhenologtst, 412 North Main avenue.
SECOND HAND MJRNITURE-Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Cnll and sec tho
6tock of J. C. King, 7Ul to 7(W West LacK.
awonna avenue
ON TO VICTORY.
Every Indication points to a rousing
Republican victory for the entire
ticket next Tuesday. Tho party's
lighting blood Is up nt last and that
portends a Waterloo for the enemy.
nut no Individual Republican should
relax his efforts. This Is the chance
of a life time to rivet and clinch Re
publican supremacy In onco Demo
cratic Lackawanna.
NORTH SCRANTON.
John Davis, of Wayne avenue. Is
dangerously 111 with typhoid pneu
monia. Miss Annie Durkln, of Durkln street,
who has been visiting relatives at
Beech lake, Pn., for the past three
months, has returned.
Henry Mead, of Parker street, loft
yesterday for a trip through New York
stnte.
Miss Mary Hrennan. of New York
city, Is visiting friends here.
Mrs. Henry Miller and son, of Mary
street, left yesterday for Iowa, where
they will visit relatives.
Mrs. Oscar Wannacott, of Carbon
dale, is the guest of Mrs. C. F. Cross
man, of Throop street.
Samuel Swingle, of Osterhout's store,
called on friends at Nantlcoke yester
day. The Rev. Dr. Rlrd delivered a lecture
to a good-sized audience last evening
at the Christian church.
Tho services over the remains of
Eva, tho 4-year-old daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Thomas Lewis, were held yes
terday at the family residence, 2017
Margaret uvenuj. Tho Rev. H. 11.
Harris, of the Calvary Baptist church,
of Taylor, was the officiating clergy
man, nnd during his brief remarks
spoke words of consolation to the
grief-stricken parents. Many friends
from out of town attended the funernl.
The lloral offerings were beautiful. The
funeral cortege, which was exceedingly
large, proceeded to Washburn street
cemetery, where interment was made.
Thomas Judge, a young man em
ployed ns tracklayer In the Cayuga
mine, had his l-g badly fractured by
a fall of rock yesterday morning.
Judge, with a number of fellow-employes,
!s engaged In repairing the
road when, without any warning, a
large niece of rock became loosened
and fell directly on Judge's leg. Ho
was removed to his home on Cayuga
?scas
arebotee
ill
ft
J
Suburban
street, where the broken member was
set by physicians,
Mrs, Joshua Thomas, wife of Mali
carrier Thomas, sustained a fractured
hip yesterday morning ns a result of
falling from n step-ladder. Mrs.
Thomas was engaged with other mem
bers of her fnmilv In arranging decor
ations at her home on Wood street in
preparation for a social function which
was to be held there last evening.
While thus engaged she lost her
equilibrium, falling heavily to the
Iloor.
Joseph Thomas, a miner In Storrs
mines, had an artery of tho left arm
severed by a large piece of coal which
fell upon It yesterday. It bled pro
fusely and tho How of blood was only
checked by strenuous efforts put forth
by the physicians In attendance.
The funeral of John Kapslck was
held yesterday afternoon from his late
home on Laurel Btrect. Interment was
made In the German Catholic ceme
tery on the South Side.
Mrs. William Richards, of Spring
street, Is 111.
SOUTH SCRANTON.
A meeting of Comet lodge, Knights of
Pythias, was held lost night.
Mrs. Patrick Reilly, of Palm street,
was held in ball by Alderman Ruddy
Monday night to answer a charge of
assault and battery preferred by Mrs.
Mary Durkln.
Large crowds nightly nttend the fair
of the German Catholic societies. To
night tho Taylor baud will attend the
fair.
The members of St. Paul's German
Evangelical church, located at .the cor
ner of Prospect avenue and Ucech
street Inst evening opened a fair and
fancy bazaar In Sehlmpff's Germanla
hall on Cedar avenue. Tho first night
was a great success. The crowd was
largo and everybody had a good ttmo.
Germanla hall never looked prettier
with Its garb of fancy decorations.
Around the big room wero numerous
stands and In the centre was a. bazanr
where fancy goods -were for sale. The
useful nrtlolfs at remarkably cheap
pilcjes attracted' many purchasers.
Chief among the articles In the exhibit
wan a crayon picture of Rev. F. Is.
C. Haas, the popular pastor of the
church. This was very much admired.
Last evening was passed with much
dash and good spirit. The wheel of
fortune had many followers and the
several contests wero pressed with
groat enthusiasm. A handsome bed
room suite will be chanced off during
tho wok. Every purchaser of a ticket
has a chance on the suite. Tho fair
will be continued every night this
week. Tho following uro tho officers
and monitors of the eommtttoja In
charge of the affair: President, Con
rad Sanies; vice president, Christiana
Widnier; secretary, Andrew Glarner;
assistant sucretary. Casper JaggI;
treasurer, Fred Powells: assistant
.treasurer, Edward Schmidt; reception
committee. Rev. F. E. C. Hans, C.
fames, E. Schmidts; door committee:
C. Wldener, C. Llcmnn. J. Petry. L.
Daubertshamser; refreshment com
mittee, M. Herman, E. JaggI, C Nae
goli, CI. Kramer, Mrs. M. Hyman, Mrs.
Waerren, Mrs. C. Hoffman, Mrs. Schu
ler; committee on wheel, Thomas
Sprucks, John Van llergen, G. M.
Schmidt, A. Wldener; floor committee,
J. Fultz, G. Lauher, F. Paulue, A.
Krombach, C. Hoffman, E. Wldner,
Mrs. Engel, Mrs. Wldner, Mrs. Krom
back, Mrs. Paules, Mrs. Puhl; commit
tee on draperies and taxation, Mrs.
Van Rergen, Mrs, Spruks.Mrs. Naegell,
Mrs. Huber, Misses Julia Dankmertz,
L na Sohaultz, Katie Ott, Lena Lau
her, Voranla JaggI. Llllle Van Bergen,
Lena Fuhrer. Katie and Elsie Roth,
Annie Schulcr, Annie Hyman, Katie
Fuhrer, Mrs. Klalley, Mrs. Brown.Mrs.
Heeklnghnm.Mrs. Daubertshaeuser and
Mrs. Volz. Th- Ringgold band and
Saengorrunde society assisted In the
entertainment last night.
GRKKX RIUGE.
Mrs. Roy McKune is entertaining her
mother of Lamsboro.
Mrs. C. A. Nichol, of Tremont City,
Ohio, Is the guest of Mrs. W. Kimball,
of Sanderson avenue.
Miss Florence Stocks, a former resi
dent of this place and now of Wllkes
Barre, spent the forepart of the week
with friends here.
I. H. Betts and family recently mov
ed from Sanderson avenue to the
house owned by George Yost, on Jeffer
son avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Slnde, of Sidney, N.
Y., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William
Conrad, of Lurch street.
D. A. Weston and son, of Chicago,
were In the Ridge this week on busi
ness. Misses Isabella and Mary E. Wright-
son have returned from a visit with
friends at Dickson.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry M, Ray, of
Monsey avenue, entertained a party
of young people last evening In honor
of the annlversnry of their marriage.
An enjoyable time was spent and re
freshments of vn Inviting nature were
served. Mr. nd Mrs. Ray were pre
sented with a beautiful piano Inmp and
stand.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus, of Susriuehnnna
county are spending a few days with
"W. C. Reynolds und family, of New
York street.
Mrs. F. E. Hayes, of Penn avenue,
who has been confined to her homo on
account of Injuries she received about
a month ago, Is again able to be out of
doois.
MINOOKA.
Word has been received here that
Fetitus Price, a former resident of this
place, now a resident of Plttaburp, died
at the latter placei yesterday after a
few days' Illness from an Injury re
ceived on the railroad. The deceased
was n exemplary young man and his
inuny friends deeply regret his untime
ly demise.
The Greenwood Mine Keg fund held
their regular monthly meeting last
evening.
John H. Hnyden, of Oawego, N. Y
is visiting friends here.
Friday evening promises to bo lively
as both the Republicans nnd Demo
crats have posters strewn nbout the
town announcing rallies nt the Father
Mathew hall. The matter appears to
be very complicating as the trusteed
who rent the building do not know
anything about the mlx-up.
OBITUARY.
Mrs. Frank Ulles, after a lblserlnar III
nees and extreme suffering, died yesterday
morning at her homo on Boutli Second
street, Jermyn. Deceased hud reached
the ag-e of 62 years. Sho waa respected
ami loved by all her neighbors and thoso
who knew her, and they will miss her
deeply, Deceased Is survived by her hus
band and seven children, as follows;
Frunk, William, Edward, Mary June,
Elizabeth, Esther nnd Ida, 'Funeral will
be hehl Thursday nfternoon at 3 o'clock.
Services nt tho house.
Annlo L. Anderson, tho B-ycar-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ander
son, of North Fllmoro avenue, died yes
terday morning at 8.15 o'clock from mem
braneous croup after an Illness of but a
few hours, Tho fuiicral will take plnco
tomorrow nt 3 o'clock. Interment will bo
made, at Washburn street cemetery,
Annlo L the young child of Mr. and
Mrs. William Andrews, of 331 North Fll
moro avenue, died yesterday afternoon.
The funeral will be held on Thursdny 'af
ternoon from tho homo nnd Interment will
bo mado In the Wnshburn street cemetery.
Mrs. James Kcogh died yesterday after
noon at 12.13 at her home, 429 Fig street.
Sho is survived by her husband and two
children, James, Jr., and Thomas Keogh.
AURRIED AT WILKES-BARRO.
Attorney II. J. .Hurray nnd .Hiss Ilcs
slo llntlcr Wedded.
Miss Bessie V. nutler, of Wllkes
Barre, was married to Attorney Robert
J. Murray, of this city, in St. Mary's
church, Wllkes-Barre, yesterday morn
ing nt 9 o'clock. Tho ceremony was
performed by Rt. Rev. Bishop Hobnn,
who also celebrated a nuptial mass.
Rev. A. T. Broderlck, of Wllkes-Barre,
was deacon nnd Rev. J. V. Hussle, of
Ashley, sub-deacon. Miss Anna O'Neill,
the church organist, played the wed
ding marches, nnd during tho mass
Miss Sadie Kaiser sang "Give Thanks."
Francis O'Neill sang the "O Salu
tarls." The bride was attired In a gown of
Vonetlnn gray with white chiffon nnd
pearl trimmings. She carried a prayer
book, and wns given away by her
brother, Zebulon Butler. The brides
maid was Miss Alice Dougherty, of
Wllkes-Barre, who wore a costume of
blue broadcloth and carried a bouquet
of pink and white chrysanthemums.
The groom was attended by P. O'Mal
ley, of this city. In the church during
the tying of the nuptial knot nnd the
mass were a largo number of the
friends of the young people from this
city and Wllkes-Barre. After the
church services a reception was held
at the Butler residence on South River
street, which was attended by oijly the
lmmedlnte friends.
At 11.52 Mr. and Mrs. Murray started
for New York, where they will spend
their honeymoon. I'pon their return
they will reside on Pine street, this
city.
THEY ENTER A PROTEST.
Mulberry Street Property Owners
Don't Like Hie Assessment.
The pVoporty holders on certain parts
of Mulberry street met last evening to
the number of about twenty, in Alder
man John T. Howe's olilce to enter a
protest against the assessment for pav
ing Mulberry street. They who as
sembled last night claim the assess
ment Is not equitable; that they are
called upon to pay for privileges from
which other property holders receive
greater benefit and therefore this lat
ter class should bear u greater part of
the expense.
The street car tracks of the Scran
ton Railway company play the Import
ant part In the dissatisfaction. The
property owners who met last night
have properties which front on parts
of Mulberry street that are double
tracked. They therefore claim that a
smaller space of street is paved at
these points than at places which have
only a single track, and they do not
think It equitable that the assessment
should be the same to them.
The "double-trackers," as this fac
tion may be known in tho agitation
which Is promised, point out afso that
the railway company at its own ex
pense paves between the rails and be
tween the trncks.
At the meeting last night the matter
was thoroughly discussed. Charles
Schlager was chulrman. Another
meeting1 will be held In a short time
to adopt a definite method of proced
ure. ,
CAUSED EARTH TO SETTLE.
Cnve-in In Rock Vein nt Von Storch
Mine Alfcclrd Surface.
A cave-in of a portion of the Rock
vein of the Von Storch mine nt 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon reached to
the surface on North Slain avenue,
near Wood street, nnd the earth settled
several feet In depth beneath the side
walk on the west side of the street and
along the roadway to near the street
car tracks. The occurrence attracted
to the spot hundreds of sightseers,
most of them persons of that vicinity
who feared the cave might affect their
properties.
Street Commissioner Dunning was
quickly notified of the occurrence and
nt once put a number of teams at work
hauling stones and dirt for filling the
hole. This was accomplished at 7
o'clock last evening.
The cave wns In front of tho resi
dence of Thomas Green. The Green
building wns not disturbed yesterday,
but for a year that structure and others
In tho vicinity have shown slight ef
fects of the "squeezlns" In the work
ings which extend beneath that local
ity. A large double house owned by
Peter Cerenl. and near the cave-in, has
not been disturbed.
Late last nlsht there wore no evi
dences of further "squeezlns."
D. & II. SUNDAY TRAINS.
Three Trains Ench 'ny, It is Snid,
Will lie Put on Soon.
There Is again talk of Sunday trains
on the Delaware and Hudson road. The
company oiriclals will only say that the
matter has been discussed and will not
admit that any definite understanding
has been arrived at.
The rumor thnt Is afloat has It that
three crews are to be put on, two of
them making round trips from Carbon
dale to Wllkes-Darre and the third
making the trip from Nineveh to
Wllkes-Barro and return. This would
give a service from this city of three
trains each way.
The company has been nverse to
Sunday trains but it is said It has
been moved to put them on through
the demands of its patrons along the
route and of the connecting roads nt
either terminal.
BOY ON A TRICYCLE.
Collided with a Coal Wncon nnd was
Injured.
Frank Gould, 4 years old, a son of
A, R. Gould, of 40S Clay avenue, had
a foot badly bruised in a collision with
a coal wagon at tho corner of Jefferson
avenue and Mulberry street yesterday.
He wus riding on a tricycle down Mul
berry street when the accident oc
curred. The driver of the wagon disappeared
without waiting to learn the result of
the boy's injury. Ills name has been
learned, however, and lie will be ar
rested today.
GRAPHIC PICTURE
OF THE CIVIL WAR
Concluded from Pane ".
window; gentlemen of France slashed
their canes across the heads and faces
of women that they might get out of
the horrible panic of the bazaar lire.
There Is a hero nnd a coward In every
man. The sentiment of fenr Is pretty
evenly distributed, but the higher the
mental calibre the greater the fear.
Ignorance Is often heralded ns brnvery;
an egg Isn't afraid of hot wuter, but
a chicken Is, nnd a woman Is afraid of
a mouse. Courage, however, always
Increases with numbers. Nobody likes
to bo a Robinson Crusoe on an Island,
In politics or In religion, and human
ity even wants tho tailor to make them
nil nllko through fear of being nlono
even In dress.
' In battle, the speaker said, there Is
a Vust difference between ndvanclng
In extended order across an open flld
umin a position occupied by the hidden
enemy, nnd In charging In close forma
tion, elbow to elbow, upon a breast
work. Dr. Paxton presented some
striking Illustrations on .this point and
nlso upon his assertion thnt the cow
ard Is seared In battle while one who
has ierformed some act of bravery Is
frightened for a long period after the
deed Is performed.
ON THE MARCH.
He presented a humorous picture of
the disdain with which soldiers threw
away their overcoats, woolen blankets,
rubber blnnkets, soap, underwear and
other burdensome nrtlcles while march
ing toward the front, and made this a
simile to the abandonment of the con
ceits of youth and vaunting ambition
during mature ago. A shroud, he said,
has no pockets. But all the youthful
experiences wero the teachers of tho
mart. One must have been In the
water to know how to swim; to know
life, one must have experience.
People wonder nt the present cold
ness and apparent hick of Interest now
shown by Civil war veterans in things
of the present. It Is forgotten that
these men lived a lifetime in live years,
from '01 to 'fti; that In this brief per
iod they passed through tho wildest,
most filghtful nnd fatal experiences
tho world has known. Is It strange
that everything now seems flat and In
sipid to the soldier? that his life seems
to have long ago been lived to the
limit? that he neither laughs nor
cries when others laugh or cry?
The closing part of Dr. Pnxton's ad
dress related particularly .to the early
experiences of tho recruit and the
speaker's own sensations In the car
nage at Chancellorsville.
V.ENERAL HANCOCK.
Ho was within a few feet of General
Hancock when that general's horse
was shot from beneath him and de
scribed his great calmness and cour
age. At that time only three regi
ments, left to cover the retreat of
Hooker's command, wero nt Chnncel
lorsvllle House and Hancock's coolness
as he quietly requested; "Gentlemen,
follow me" and conducted the tattered
fragment to the new position, commu
nicated itself to the few soldiers left.
They retlted In good order. "The no
blest of them all was Hancock," de
clared Dr. Paxton, In his reference to
tho I'nlou generals.
Dr. Paxton was Introduced by Rev.
Dr. S. C. Logan, an acquaintance of
many years.
A POLITICAL POINTER-
If you Indorse the free trade and free
silver Chicago platform as the Lacka
wanna Democracy does, "fully and
without reserve," then work and vote
for Schadt, Horn, et. al. If you be
lieve In McKlnley.protection and pros
perity, turn these agents of Bryan
down.
PROGRAMME OF ABT CONCERT.
It Will Re Rendered in V. 31. C. A.
Hull Tonight.
Following Is the programme of tho
Abt concert at Y. M. C. A. hall tonight;
PART 1.
Overture, "Sans Sovii,"
Kaula, Vincent Leon
Philharmonic String quartette.
Andante, Conceito op. 61.... Mendelssohn
Mr. Abt.
"Henry tho Fifth's Wooing". .Shakespeare
Mips Lewlb.
(a) Xocturn?, op. 9, No. 2 Chopin
(b) Valso liilhiat.to Abt
Mr. Abt.
PART II.
(a) Spanlshcr Tanz, No. 2. from "Kin
Alend fn Toledo" Schniellng
(b) Coontown Capers Morse, Leon
Tho Philharmonic Quartette.
Barcarollo Schubert, Liszt
Mr. Conant.
(a) Impromptu Abt
(b) Fantnslo aui
Mr. Abt.
(a) Dlegla L. Musio
(b) "Stars and Stripes Forever," March,
Sou.-a
Tho Philharmonic Quartette.
NOTABLE CONVENTION.
Will Ho Thnt ollhe onnc; Women's,
Cliiistinii .' ssocintion.
"It Is rarely possible that one has the
opportunity of hearing so many prom
inent speakers as will be present at the
State convention of the Young Wo
men's Christian associations to be held
In this city nov. 11 to 14." says io
Wllkes-Harre Record.
"Miss Eiile K. Price, the general sec
retary of the International committee,
has great magnetic power as a speak
er nnd her Held of work extends from
the Atlantic to the Pacific.
The convention will also be favored
with the presence of Miss Annie Rey
nolds, the world's secretary, who Is soon
to sail for the purpose of ngaln visiting
the n'ssoclatlonB across the gen.
"Efforts ure being made by the state
committee to render this convention
one of unusual interest.
"It ls hoped that the. people of this
city will contribute In every way pos
sible to make the convention a notable
one."
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THE FATE OF A
P.'H.Monalian, one of Detroit's Oldest and Best Known Merchants
Meets with a Serious Experience.
from the Evening
Prominent among the btulnrn men of
Detroit, Midi., Is Patrick II. Monahan, who
rcsidei at 109 Halter Street.
lie has been actively enjrnged in the gro
cery business for tho past forty-seven years,
of which forty-two years have been ia Detroit.
Coming here nearly half a century ago lie
started Into business at the corner of Second
and Jefferson Avenues, and for years catered
to the marine trade. From Duhith to Buf
falo his name as an honorable, honest boat
supply man was well known to all boatmen.
No matter what time of day or iiIrIiI, the
Monahau Murine Grocery was kept open for
til convenience of the lake bouts. He is
the bot known and oldest retail grocery
dealer in Detroit. Ho lias been successful
in business by his square dealings, and is yet
to bo found behind tho counter any day r.t
his large store, corner of Twelfth and Raker
Streets. To a reporter, he recentlj said :
" When wc first opined the Jefferson A venue
store we had to work day and night. The
vesssls tbat needed supplies, wanted thera
right off and we had to jump all the time.
The reason vcsselmen patronised us, wns be
cause we filled their orders At once. Kvrrr
hour counts with them and wt had a double
set. of clerks that worked day and night. I
have been hustling all mylife. No man
can succeed In business without hustling.
Some people hustle too much, and I was one
of them.
"About four years ago I had to give up
n account of my back giving out. It had
bothered me for years. For a week I sat
around the house and then had to go to bed.
The family physician said that I had worn
myself out by hard work. I did not do
Full Set
$5.00
FULL SET TEETH. - $5.00
TEETH CLEANED - 25c
TEETH WITHOUT PLATE $3.00
TEETH EXTRACTED - Free
NO HUE DREAD OF THE DENTAL CHAIR
Teeth extrneted nr.U titled absolutely without pnln by our Into
scientific method applied to the Kiltiif. No lecp-pi'oduclus
nsonts or eonilni". Wo are not coinputlug with cheap dental et
tnlillshmentN, hut with tlrst'cluss dentlHts ut prices less tlmn half
thnt cliiu-geil by them. These ure tho only Dental Parlors In
Scrauton thutliuve the patented nppllnnrcH and Ingredlcnt-ito
extract, fill and apply uold crowns nnd porcelain crowns, unilo
tectable from natural teeth and warranted for ten years, without
the least purtliio or piiln. Kull Met of Teeth $fi. Wo guarantee a
111 or no pay. told crown and tucth without platen, gold ill 1 1 iin-i
ami all other dental work dono painlessly uuil by special 1st m.
Come und luivo your teeth extracted In tho nioriilngiuiilKO homo
In the evening with new teeth. Wc cm tell you exactly what
your work will cost l- a free examination. A written gimritntce
often years with all work. Hours, S to H; Sundays aud holidays,
111 to I. Do not tic misled. We have no connection with any
other olllco in the city.
"We, the undeisiKued, have hud teeth extracted and bridge work done nt theNew York
Dental l'nrlors, and cheerfully revnmimmd their method, belnsc pillules and us advertised.
J. M. HOUNllAlCKIt, liMUl Mulberry St. MISS I.OU1HK 1JONN, IKIO Klg st."
HOUItSHTOS.
SUNDAYS 10 TOt.
NEW
Cor. Lackawanna and Wyoming
Professional Director'.
Advertisements Under This Mead $5 Per Line Per Year.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. KAY, 200 Penn avo 1-5 and 7-9 p. m.
Diseases of women, children. Telephone.
DR. BATESON. 337 N. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m. to 4 p, m.
DR. C. L. FRiKY. SCRANTON SAVINGS
Rank blldg, 122 Wyoming avenue.
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D.. IIOMK-
opathlst, No. 228 Adams avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenu and Spruce street, Scrantpn. Of
fice hours, Thursday and faaturdays, 9
a, m. to 6 p. m,
DR. W. D. ALLHN, 612 NORTH WASH
ington avenue.
DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS 207 AND 203
Board of Trade building. Olllco hours,
8 to 9 a. m.. 2 to 3 and 7 to k p. m. Resi
dence 2W Madison avenue.
DR. C. L.
tltRAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture. Tru3 Kitting and Fat Rcduc
tlon. Office telephone i:W3. Hours: 10 t(
to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR. S. W. L'AMORDAUN. OFFICE 234
Adams. Residence, 131S Mulberry. Chron
lc diseases, lungs, 'heart, kidney, and
genlto-urlnary organs a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
W O. ROOK. VETERINARY SUR
poon Hor'PS, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hoipttal. 124 Linden street, Seranton.
TelepTione 2072.
Lawyer.
JAMES IT. TORREY. ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor nt Law. Rooms 413 and 414
Commonwealth Building.
FRANK E. ROYLE. ATTORNEY AND
oonnsellor-nt-law. Rurr building, rooms
13 and 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYRR. ATTORNEY
Rooms 11 and ID, Republican bldg.
JEFFREYS & RPDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-law,
Commonwealth Building.
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
nnd Counsellors-at-Mw, Republican
building, Washington avenue. Seranton,
Pa.
JHSSl'P & JIOSSCP, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellor at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Rank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Liw,
Room 5, Goal Exchange, Seranton
Pa.
JAMES W.OAKFORD. ATTORNHY-AT-Law.
Rooms M4, G15 and 510, Board of
Trade Ilullding.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawanna ave , S.-ranton, Pa.
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNX5Y-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Seranton, Pa.
C. COMEGYS, 321 SPRI'CE STREET.
D. D. REPLOOLE, ATTORNEY' LOANS
negotiated on real estato security.
Mears building, corner Washington ave
nue nml Spruce street.
B. P. KILL-AM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 Wyoming avenue, Seranton, Pa.
JAB. J. IT. HAMILTON. ATIORNBY-at-Law,
45 Common'ilth bid., Scran,
ton.
WATSON. DIEHL. HAJL & KBMMER
ER Attorney nnd Counwllors.at-Law;
Traders,' National Bank Building; rooms
6, 7, 8. 9 and 10; third floor.
Detectives.
BARRINO & JI'BWHENBY, COMMON
wealth building. Interstate wtH Ser
vice Agency.
Jiimp. ;;
PROMINEHT
MflRiHE RQBE!!YMAN.
Mut, Detroit, Midi.
much for nearly two years, and doctored for
my kidneys. My friends advised me to try
remedies tlint they had faith in, and I tried
nearly all of them. I was ready for any
remedy that would relieve mc, but I did
not receive any benefit.
"I read considerable duilm? my sickness
and in my dally paper I noticed frequently
articles regarding tho wonderful cures mad
by l)r. Williams' rink Pills lor rale People,
and how I lie pills contuhicd, In a condensed
form, nil the elements necessary to give new
life nnd richness to the blood nnd rcstoro
shuttered nerve.". One day I read of a cas
like mine, in which a eomplcto cure had
been effected. That convinced me that tho
pills had merit, and 1 decided to try thera as
they cost only 00 cents n box (never In loose
form) or six boxes for $2.60, and could be had
at any druggist's, or by mail from the Dr.
Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady,
N.Y. The next day I asked the druggist re
garding them. He said,' We sell lnre quan
tities of the pills and they are well recom
mended by the purchasers.' They build up
the blood, arid restore tho glow of health to
calo and sallow cheeks, and effect a radical
touro in nil cases arising from mental worry.
overwork ir excesses oi wnatever nature. I
bought a box and took it home, and commencod
to take the pills. Hcfore I had taken one box
that intense pain which for fifteen years
had nearly killed roe wns gone. I con
tinued using the pills until I had taken
four boxes, which made me fcel as well as I
had for years previous to my sickness. My
friends noticed the change at once and wcr
more than pleased to sec me out again. I
continued using the pills, and in lew than
sixty days I was so much improved that I
was able to attend to business."
Full Set
$5.00
75c up
50c
$2.00 to $5.00
$1.00
HOLD FILLINGS
SILVER FILLINGS
HOLD CROWNS
OTHER CROWNS
YORK DENTAL PARLORS
Avcs.
(Over Newark Shoo Store.)
Kntriiiu'o on W joining avenue,
Architect
PERCIVAL J. MORRIH.
Hoard of Trade Ilullding.
ARCHITECT,
EDWARD 11. DAVIS.
Rooms 24, 2i and 2fi.
building, Scrjntoti.
ARCHITECT.
Commonwealth
E. I,. WALTER. ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of HOG Washington avenue.
LEIWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT,
43, Spruce St., cor. Wash, uve., Seranton.
FREDERICK L. RROWN. ARCHITECT.
Price Hulldlnsr, 120 Washington avenue,
Seranton.
T. I. LACRY & SON. ARCHITECTS.
Traders' National Hank.
Dentists.
DR. I. O. LYMAN. 323 N. WASHINGTON
avenue.
DR. F.
street.
L. M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCE
DR. H. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. F. O.
DR. C. C. LAITIJACH, 115 Wyoming ave,
WELCOME C. SNOVER. 42! LACKA
wanna ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
Dressmaker.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS. 430 Adams avenue.
Wire Screens.
JOS. Kl'ETTEL. REAR Ml LACKA
wanna aven'ie, Seranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
Schools.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Seranton. Pa. Courses preparatory to
college law. medicine or business. Opens
September 13. Send for catalogue. Rev.
Thomas M. Canu, LL. D., Walter H.
Ruell, A. M.
Heotl'i
O. R. CLARK A CO., SEEDMEN AND
Nurserymen; stoic 118 Washington ave
nue; green hoiMe, 13J0 North Main ave
nue; storo telephone, 7k2.
Hotels and Restaurants.
TUB ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. 551KGLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOOH, Prop.
Miscellaneous.
HAVER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOB
balls, picnics, parties, roceptlons, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conduotor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulberfs
music store.
MEOAROEB DROTHEUS. PRINTERS'
Mtippllec, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Wareboun'. 13'J Washington avenue,
Seranton, Pa.
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE,
tfllo dealer) in Woodwara, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave,
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT AC.
countnnt and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams' Bui.dlng. opposite poatoWco.
Agent for tho Rex Fire Extinguisher.
Printing.
THE TRIB.'NE PUBLISHING CO.,
North Washington avenue Linotype
Composition of all kinds quickly done;
Facilities uiLiurraiscd In this reelon.
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