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THE PCPANTON TRTBUNT5-MOND AY MORNINU-. DECEMBER 13. 13UT.
lirguii Snturduy in llio first Welsh
C'niicrcsritloiiMl r hit i eh
The Inst quartet 1)' confeicnoe for
thin vein tif the Welsh CongreKntlon
ullsts of Northeastern Pennsylvania
wan convened Suturdny nftcrnoon In
the Flint Welsh Congregational church,
on South Main avenue, of which Hew
David Jones Is nnstor. The session,
which Is conducted mainly In the
AVelsh tongue, opened at 2 p. in. with
Jlcv. J. I ThonniH, of Xuntlcoke, as
moderator, and Rev. W. L. Hobeits, of
Kdwiirdsdnlo, acting as temporary sec
retary. The loll call showed an at
tendance of about ilfty ministers and
laymen from the various churches
which comprise the district. Consid
erable business of Importance was
transacted. Roderick Dnvl.s of Par
sons, was recommended and accepted
as a candidate for ordination. Rev. W.
J. Richards and Rev. William Jones, of
the First and Second Welsh Congre
gational churches, of Wllkes-Harre,
respectively, were enrolled as members
oC the conference.
At the conclusion of the business, an
able paper upon "The Had Inlluence of
Church Members in Saloons," was read
by Rev. W. U. Jones, of Plains.
In the evenlnc Rev. Peter Roberts,
of Olyphnnt, preached n sermon, using
as hl.s topic "Hidden Talents of the
Church." The service, which was In
charge of the pastor of the church, Rev.
David Jones, began at 7 o'clock and
was opened with prayer by Kov. Wil
liam J. Richards, of the First Welsh
Congregational church, of Wllkes
Harre. At the conclusion of the ser
mon I iv Rev. Mr. Roberts, the sug
gestions thrown out Note taken up
and discussed by those in attendance.
Among others who spoke were lie v. It.
It. Davles. of Meadvllle, Pa., who is
temporarily supplying the pulpit of the
Plymouth Congregational church: W,
1). owens, of Pittstou; Dun lei J. Evans,
of this side, and Thomas It. Williams,
The entollmcnl was made of the fol
lowing: .MlnNtei-h Rev. J. P. Thomas. Nauti
li U : Rev. W. I.. Roberts. Edwnrdsila.c;
Ri v. T. IMwaids. Kingston; ltii. It. S.
Junes. J). D., North Hud, Rev. J). M.
(ii'orge. Pllthton; Rev. William J. RkU
uriN, Rev. William .loin1!-, WIllo-i-Hurrf,
R v. William Siirdii.il. .Icrmyu, Rev.
James Jenkins. Glen Lyon: Rev. J. P.
Thomas. .NnntleoUe: Rev. Peter Roberts.
Olyphaiit; Rev. Theoiihiltis Davis. Plalnx;
lt.-. D. P. Jones. Rev. David Jones,
Wet Side, .mil Rev. It. It. D.ivles. Meid
ille. pa: Rev. No.ih Hcv.in. Dnndafl.
Laymen Roderick Davis. Parsons; W.
J.. Rilirrtx. Kingston; Thomas R. Jones,
S.th Crimths. Norili Klid: William J.
Richards. Klihiird Hughes. WtlU'--i-Rarre;
W. D. Owuis, Pittsluu; John Rob
erts. Jerinyn: .lorn Isaacs, Thomas Jones,
I'lvmruth; Thomas Aston. David X. D.i
is. olyphaiit: oweii rs. "Williams, Wlll
iimi D. Jones. Plains; Mr. lleeehain,
Spring ltrook; It. 1-:. Thomas. William E.
Iti-i-se. Rleazer Jenkins. D.ivld T. James,
Tiibernaelc elinrcll. West Side; Mr. Will
iams. Tayhr: S. It. Jones. Daniel J. E
nns. Reese Grltlltlis. I). D. Evans, First
Welsh Congregational church, West
Many of the ministers in attendance
at the conference filled the pulpits of
0thor Welsh churches In this city yes
terday. The order of servH" for the
First Welsh Congregational church, In
likli the conference met, was prayer
i 1 SiJ
At the Globe Warehouse is a pronounced success.
.Everybody says so, and what everybody says must be
The store never looked handsomer, the stock has
never been so attractive, and there is no such thiug as
limit to the assortment.
Th? Dolls, Toys, BricaBra(;,
Glassware, Fine China,
Art Works in Picttires, SfaHieffes,
Silver and Other M?fals.
The Novelties in
Holiday Handkerchiefs, Fine Laces,
Notion Id?as, Dress Patterns,
Fine Ftirs, Silk Waists, Umbrellas,
Hosiery and Underwear,
Fin? TabI? Linens, Napkins, Toilet S?fs,
Furnishings fop Men, Etc.,
Offer such a wealth of selections that shoppers are
bound to be suited.
But You'd Better Corns Early
Delays will not save oue ceut, and the only thiug that
cau come from waiting is disappointment, During the
Holidays the store offers a free promenade to all who
care to enter. ,
service nt fl.30: preaching at 10 o'clock.
Sermons were delivered by ltev. J. 1'
Thomas, of Nnntlcoke, and ltev. D. M.
George, of Plttston. In the afternoon
at 2 o'clock ltev. It. It. Davles, of
Meadvllle. Pa., and Rev. Noah Hevan,
of Duudaff, preached sermons. The
former In English and the latter In
Welsh. The evening prenchlng service
was conducted by Rev. T. C. Edwards,
D. D., of Kingston, and Rev. William
Jones, of Wllkes-Harre. The confer
ence closed with last evening's services,
and the llrst quarterly meeting of next
year will be held at Warrior Run.
hi v. Noah Hevan. of Plnlns. occupied
the pulpit of the Uellevue Welsh Cal
vnnlstlc Methodist chinch last con.
lug. At the North Knd Congregation
al church yesterday niornlnt;. Rev.
wnilain Jones, of Wllkes-Harre,
preached and in the ewnlnir the pulpit
was occupied by Rev. J. Jenkins, of
ATTENDANCE AT FUNERALS.
Itepreseutativos of Different Lodges
.licet and llnist the Jlnttor.
The representatives if the different
1-dfies on this side met Saturday even-
toein Mas. nia hull. There were about
seventy-live piesent and Josepl
vr was chosen chairman.
Morgan was made secretary.
It w is the sentiment of the session
that each representative. In reporting
to Ills- lodge, should ascertain the opin
ion of that lodge uimih the advisability
of having the relief committee of a
lodge cull upon the minister In charge
of the funetal services of a brother
and ascertain the time the cortege
would be formed to proceed to the
cemetery. This would give the mem
berx who desired to attend a funeral
of tl.Is nature, which would be held
from the resilience of the deceased,
ami w.H-. no accommodations ln-doors
could be mtuli for a large number,
opportunity to assemble at the resi
dence .ntst previous to gotn to the
cemetery. Thus, the danger of stun 1
Ing outside In nil soils of weather
would be done away with.
The idei. of the instigators of the
movement Is to have some common
point of disbanding wlieie more than
one order attends the funeial of a
member. For instance, if one lodge
representation should imly go part way
ti. a cemetery and another should go
the whole distance, outsiders would
natuially conclude that the one re
spected the memory of the deceased
more than the other. This could be
avoided b having a boundary flxtil
ns was suggested at th. meeting, viz.:
Locust strict on the South: IloVtlls
street on th- North; Keyser avenue
on th' West, mill the rheron the Mast.
This would hold good for Interments
made at points outside of the limits
Th3 meeting was adjourned to meet
again on or about January 22, 1S93,
after the idea has been submitted to
all the ledges located on this side,
nearly ivory one of which was repre
sented at the besslon held Saturday
ALMOST srA'UP.HD HIS TIIL'MH.
John li. Davis, of Arehbald street,
pr.inftil'.y injured himself early Satur
day morning in the Dodge mine whore
lie Is employ d as a lire boss, by al-
most sevcrinir the thumb of his left
hand Mr. Davles was engaged In do
ing Horn work which required the
handling of n sharp hatchet. In some
maimer he caught his nun in his cloth
ing and the full force of the blow fell
upon the thumb, cutting nearly
through. He went to his tesldenco
and Dr. J. J. Roberts was summoned.
It required several stitches to rejoin
the thumb and the Injured man will not
have the use of his left hand for some
time. HOV TRAOKDIAN POUTS.
The matter did not warrant any caustic
relleetlon In the llrst place, und If this
Infantile prodigy thinks Items In theso
lolumiis are pi luted merely to pleaso hlui,
bis brains must be as addled and us
sleepy as Ids Items. Words taken from a
twelve-lino editorial written by the. boy
We suspected ninny a time and oft
that this Intellectual giant did not al
ways know what his pen was doing,
but we hardlv expected such a candid
admission from him on this point. If
a little well meaning ndvlce wilt bo
taken In the spirit In which It Is In
tended, we would urge hlm to stop
Juggling with words, when he knows
not what they mean. True, his read
ers are often at sea as to just what
he intends to say, but he Is not the
only luminous literary light who has
had that experience. It's when we re
alize that he cannot interpret his own
handiwork that sadness overtakes us.
As to the soporlllc quality of the
Items that 11 nil their way Into this
column, he should be the last to com
plain. They are qui to live enough for
him to rewrite to the extent of several
columns a week anywhere from a day
to a week after they are printed in
The Tribune. In proof of this state
ment we direct his nttention to the
leading Item In Ids department Satur
day. PERSONAL MKNTIOX.
Mrs. Vv". !:. Morgans, of Edwards
court. Is the EUest of her son Rav.
Benjamin J. Moisans, who Is pastor
of the JJuptlst church, of Clrclevllle,
Miss Elizabeth Phillips, of Wilkes
Pane, returned home Saturday after
vlslttir-,' Mrs. D. M Jonih o 13S South
Miss Anna Gill, of Mcshoppen, Pa.,
bos leturned home after visiting her
sister. Mrs. M. A Cadden, of Luzerne
John Thlrstwall of Lafayette street,
has as his guest his brother, Thomas
Thistwall, of Kngland.
M:s. Job Harris, of Eynoi street,
Is slowly recovering from a serious
attack of llln;ss.
Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald, of
Mattch Chunk, returned home Satur
day after visiting among West Scran
ton frlen Is.
Mrs J. G. Saunders, of Hampton
street, has returned from n visit at
Miss Lillian Jones, of South Main
inen.ie, has returned fiom Philadel
phia, where she underwent a success
ful operation for eye trouble.
MKi Viola Evans of North Main
aenue has returned from a visit with
ti lends at Olyphnnt.
Winifred Fellows spent the Sabbath
with his parent. Hon. and Mrs. John
11. Fellows, of Tenth street. Mr. Fel
lows ImUIs the res-oonslble position of
meter Inspector for the Pouiton Elec
ti H- Light comnany of Philadelphia.
Harry Hideout, of Delevnn, Wis., has
gone to New York city, after a pleas
ant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Armstrong, of Jackson street. Mrs.
Armstrong is a slst-r whom he has
m.t seen in thirty-three years.
MINOR NEWS NOTES.
A pool table will soon be placed In
pi-sltlon by the Electric City Wheel
men In their club house on Jackson
The Anthracite Glee club held one
of Its regular rehearsals yesterday af
ternoon in T P Jones' hall on North
Main Hvenue The club Is preparing to
till several Important holiday eng-age-
Llewellyn L. Jones, of South Hyde
Park avenue, desires to announce him
self as n candidate for register of vot
ers in the Fourth district of the Fifth
The pigeon shooting match between
Steva Schlosky, of Key&er avenue, and
Lloyd Young, of North Seranton, held
Saturday afternoon on the Central
common resulted In a draw. Earh
man i;ot live birds out of -the nine
snrung fot earh. The match was for
$100 a silo. David Ree&e acted as re
feree. Another match will be shot off
between the two men In the near fu
ture and the amount per side will be
double The betting on the men was
The funeral services of the l.e Miss
Martha J. Sivivir, occurred Saturday
afternoon from the residence, 23 North
Ninth street. There was a larce at
tendance of friends and the Moral tri
butes were very beautiful. Interment
wns made at Forest Hill cemetery.
A visiting committee comprising John
J. Drown. Frank Hrady, Peter Walsh.
William Daniels, and lames Reilly, of
St. A'oyslus Total Abstinence and Ren
evolent society of South Seranton,
called upon the membeis of St. Paul's
Pioneer corns at their recular meet
ing held yesterday afternoon. After
For Internal ami Internal Use.
rVIIKS ANIl WIKVUNTS
Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Influenza, Itron.
chltls, Pneumonia, Swelling ol the
Joints, Lumbago, Inflammation,
Frostbites, Chilblains, HeaJuclie, Toothache,
CURES TIIK WORST l'.MNM in frninona
totwurty mlnutof. NOTOXK IIOPU after
rending thW aitvertlHuiuent need ninono
hUI'l-'KIt V ITU P.M.N.
Kadway's Ready liellef Is a Surs Cure for
livery I'oln, sprains, Uralses, Pains In
the Hack, Chest orl.imbs. It Was the
lirst and Is the Only
Tliet Instnntly stop tho niot excruciating
pulim, allays Inllauiiiiiitlnn, and cures Con
ucDtlou, ulictlRT of tho bungs, Stomuch
llnwelit or other lund or orKUiu, by ono up.
A hnlftou teaspoouful In hulfa tumbler of
water will In a fuw minutes euro Crumpn,
Hpaimx, Hour stomach. Heartburn. .Venous,
liesx, HleoplrHSiict", Kick lU'itducur, llnr
liiiL'U, Dynenlury, Colic, Fiutuloiii-y and all
There In not a remedial agent In the world
that will euro fever and ugno and all other
malarious, bilious and other fovcri, aided by
MAD WAY'S I'lLI,'. o quickly a KAD
WAY'S KUAUY RULIUP.
I Fifty Cents I'cr Dottle. Sold by Druggists.
RADWAY & CO.,55 ELM til'., NIIW YORK
the business was concluded, a short
Impromptu programme was carried
The private funeral of Peter Edwin,
and Alfred V. Larson, sons of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Peter Larson, of 20.1S Wushburn
street, wai held yesterday nftcrnoon
from the family residence, ltev. A. L.
Itamer. Ph. D., pastor of St. Mark's
Lutheran church, ofllcialed. Interment
was made at the Washburn street
NcatSldp ItttsluoA Directory.
SECOND HAND fURNITURE-Cash for
anything you liavo to sell. Furniture.
Etoves, TooK etc. Call nnd see this
stock of J. o. Ktnc, 7UI to 7tw West laeic
MRS. FENTON. CLAIRVOYANT AND
prhenoloslst, 412 North Main avenua.
NOUT11 SCU ANTON.
The funeral of Frcdeilck Ilroadhiirst
was held yesterday afternoon at his homo
In Chinchilla. A large number of pcoplo
from this place attended the funeral.
The services were In charge of l.odgo
No. 2fJ, Sons of St. George. Interment
was made In Chinchilla cemetery.
Sirs. Licorgu Davles, of Leggctts street,
Tlio Ilnv. J. A. Kvnns will bo tendered
a reception In the West Haptlst church
tomorrow evening. A full programme
hns been gotten up and the event will
undoubtedly bo attended by an Immense
William Davles. of Oreen street, visited
friends lu Pittston, Saturday.
William Rudy, a young man, who with
two other young men committed uu as
sault upon an Inoffensive Polander, was
arrested nnd held In $100 ball Saturday
by Alderman Roberts.
I.ols. the young daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Donne, Is seriously 111.
The ii"W South Seranton Shooting club
proposes ctwjtlns a range on No. ,"i miad
ows. Camp I'M. Pat! little Order Sons of Amer
ica, Is making elaborate iiirangcmi-nts
for Its annual reception and ball, which
Is to be held at Mice hall on the nltir
iioon and evening of Nev Year's Day.
Tie William I'ouuetl Hose company
will hold a special meeting tonight to
tako action on the proposed visit to the
fair of the Lawrence lloe company, nt
Dnryca. It was the Duryea compeiiy
which rcee.ttly purchased the William
Council's old hand curt.
lleorge Schmidt, ol StntforJ avenue,
who fell over a 3'J-foo' wall at the upper
mill, Thursday, Is reported to be walking
about at tht Moses T.olor hospital. He
yonil a general shaking up and some
small contusions be shows no signs ol his
The funeral of the late John Kelly, head
vcsselman nt the South mill, who died
Friday night after a briet Illness or
pneumonia, will occur this morning at !
o'clock from the family resldenie, Ml
River street. Services will be bild at St.
l'eter's cathedral and Interment will be
made in llydo Park Catholic cemetery.
Mrs. James Douglass of
Conn., Is the guest of Mrs.
Mrs. F. A. Hranda, of Arlington heights,
has just returned from a month's vHlt
with her sister In Ohio.
Miss' Mabel Hllckens. of Chestnut
street, Dunmore. has recently accepted a
position In Woolworth's.
Rev. W. J. Ford, ot the Baptist church,
was pleasantly surpris-ed Wednesday
evening. After prayer meeting the doors
on the church were thrown open and he
was given a reception by a latgi tiimibrr
of the members of his congregation ami
Mr Hllss. of Cnpouse avenue, Icavi s
for New York city todnv, whrro ho will
meet his sHter-ln-law, whom ho expects
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones, of Klkland,
Pa., ale spendiiv.' a part of their voi
ding tour with Mrs. Jones' cousin. Jlrs.
K. S. Pratt, of Oreen Ridge street.
H. It Flory. of Chicago, Is the guest
of bis brother, on Sunset avenue.
The Roatrlee Rebelcah loilge, No. 70. In
stalled otHcers at their rooms on Fast
Market street last Frldny evening, after
which lee cream and cuke were served.
The service nt the Asbury Methodist
Kplseopal church last evening wns con
ducted by tli" Yt Fellows Hand of the
Railroad Y. M. C. A.
Mrs. Hlowers of Delaware street, Is
vlsltlne- her sister, Mrs. Q, W. Huckland.
The Fpworth learue of the Aslnirv
church have postponed their social on
nccount of the death of their pastor's
At the Church of the Good Shepherd,
tomorrow evening, there will be an exhi
bition and sale of pictures and a tea
will ho served In the Guild rooms.
The Sunday school board of the Metho
dist Fpsropal church will hold a special
meeting this evening In the lecture room
of the church, to complete arrangements
for the Christmas entertainment, after i
which the board will elect Sunday school I
olllcers for the ensuing year. Kvery
member of tho board Is requested to be i
Spencer Smith, of New York city, Is
vsltlug his parents, Mr. and Jlrs. D. J.
Smith, on Cherry street. Mr. Smith Is
baggage master on the New York Cen
The Chrstlan Kndeavor society of the
Presbyterian church will hold a social
Thursday evening at the home of Miss
IMIth West, on North Rlakelv street.
The proceeds go toward the kindergarten
school of the church. Everybody Is In
vited to attend.
The Seranton Traction company is mak
ing great progress with the Sport Hill
extension of their line. The rails are now
laid us far ns Kane's hotel, on Dust
What has become of the Dunmore con
test Is a problem that Is puzzling tho
minds of Dunmore people.
Karl Kelhim. of Luke Ariel, has re
turned home, after spending a few days
with Dunmore friends.
Mrs. Myers, of Lake Ariel, is visiting
friends In town.
Mrs. J. C, Moffntt is 111 at her homo on
West Drinker street.
Finest wines and llnuors, and best boor
always on tap at Kxchunge Hotel.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 1). J. Smith will celebrate
their golden wedding at their home on
Cherry street, Wednesday evening.
Tho funeral or an infant child of Mr.
and Mrs. F. J. O'Donnell, of Fast DrTkcr
street, was held yesterday afternoon.
A farewell party was held at David
Monroe's home, on Ilrook street, Saturday
uveiilng.for John Klvle und Teddy Jones,
who will sail for Kngland, Wednesday.
The most complete line of holiday
goods at lowest prices nt Cullen's news
stand, 131 Chestnut street.
.Ml NOOK A.
John Coyne, of Gilmore avenue, n mi
ner, employed In tho No. li drift of the
(ilenwood Coal company, wus Instur.tlv
killed Saturday by a fall of top rock.
The unfortunate man was In the act of
(irlnp a blast when he .met his death.
He was an active member of Dlviblon No.
9, Ancient Order of Hibernians, und the
mine fund nnd Is survived by his wife
und two children. Tho funeral will tako
placo this afternoon. Interment will bo
made In Mlnooka Catholic cemetery. Iloth
societies will attend tho funeral lu u
Will Kenny, of PeckvllJe, spent Sunday
with friends on Main street.
John McCreu clrculutid among lilts
ton friends yesterday.
M. J. Connors, of Caibondnlo, was tho
guest of friends In West Mlnooka yester
day. Tho township auditors will meet this
evening for tho transaction ot routlno
The Mlnooka Dramatic company has
commenced rehearsing Churley Town
scud's sensational dramu, "Tho Vaga
bond." Thu company Is a capable one
A SENSIBLE MAN.
Would use Kemp's Hnlsam for the Throat
nnd Lungs. It Is curing more crises of
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, HrouchlP.s, Croup
and nil Throat and Lung Troubles, than
any other medicine. Tne proprietor has
authorized any druggist to glvo you a
Sample Dottle Free to convince you or
the merit of till' KTca! remedy. Price ""o.
MKIlVOtM TltOUIILKS: Ai,L KINDS
1 cured with Animal Kxtrarl. I'rco book
tells how. WAHIUNUI'OX CHEMICAL CO.,
Washington, 1). C
niid Is under the management of Messrs.
Judge, ijiilnn and McDonougli. The piece
will be produced In the near future,
Miss Mniy Mellugh, of Jermyn. was the
guest of Miss Cello. T. Nallln, Sunday.
DEATH OF HENRY BATTIN.
I'unornl Tuesday Morning irom His
Residence at Hliutiiirst.
Henry Raltln, for many years en
gaged in the hardware business on
Pcnn avenue, died yesterday nt his
home In Klmlntrst. aged C5 years, eleven
months and live days.
The funeral will take place at F.lm
hurst Tuesday at 11 a. m.j Interment
In Dunmore cemetery will bo private.
Matthew Flynn. son of Knos Flynn, the
uell known Providence merchant, dint
esterduy morning at 4.13 o'clock nt the
family residence. No. 3.11 West Market
street. The deceased was Just entering
upon his majority und had a bright lit
ture before hlm. He was a student al
St. Thomas' college until Illness caused
hlm to give up his studies a tew months
ugo. Wherever he was known he was
beloved, his model character winning for
hlm a friend In every acquaintance. The
funeral will lake plaeo Tuesday morning
at !.: o'clock. A solemn nigh mass ot
rcMUlcm will be celebrated at Holy Rjs
ary church. Interment will be mudo In
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Farly Saturday morning Mrs. Paul
Jones-Thomas died, after a long siege of
Illness, at her residence. 3irt North Hyde
Park avenue. The deceased had resided
In West Seranton for many years and In
the one dwelling for the past twenty
nine years She was In her llfty-nlnth
year, and death was the result of partial
paralysis. She Is survived by one daugh
ter. Jennie. The deceased was a member
of the American Volunteers. The funeral
services will be held nt the residence this
afternoon nt 1!..'I0 oelnck. Interment will
he made at the Washburn street ceme
tery. Mrs. Joseph Slattery died nt her homo
In Hrooklyn, N. Y.. Saturday. Hcfore her
marriage she was Miss Kate MeMan
ama, of lliij Mulberry street-. Her re
mains will be brought to this city today
and taken to the above number on Mul
berry street, where her brother and sls
tirs reside. Time of funeral will be an
J. H. Chaffee, of Jamestown, N. Y.,
died nt the home of his son. Rev. A. F.
Chaffee, pastor of the Asbury Methodist
Kplseopal church, of this cilv. yesteiU.iy.
The funeral will be 'held Wednesday at
2.50 p. m. at tho Asbury parsonage. MO
Delaware street. Interment at Dunmore.
Jamestown Journal please copy.
Mrs. Joseph Slatterv. of Hrooklyn. N.
Y formerly Miss Katie MeSIanama, of
tldi city, died yesterday morning in
Rrooklvn. The r mnlns will be ' reop-lit
here for burial, She was a sister of the
Misses McMntuitiia, of .Mul'i ;i. sum.
Particulars ot tho funeral will be an
A. l Angell, nt one time a resident or
this city, died recently in tho Adlron
dacks. where ho had gone on account ot
poor health. His funeral will be held In
Hlni'liu niton this afternoon. He Is sur
vived by a wife fnimerly .Miss Charlotte
Dolph, and two children.
The death of Mrs. Kdward Miles, wire
of Attorney Mites, of Dallon occurred
Saturday at Ithaca, where the funeral
will bo held tomorrow afternoon at 2
lW) Q J? if
Por Infants and Children.
CSl lit- ?
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And you will renllzo how easv it li to fur
nish your homo luxuriously with a trlllln
outlay, a little at a time, and you dou't
BARBOUR'S HOWIE GREDITHOUSE
425 LACKAWANNA AVE.
liiu Old Dominion Compauy'a
'Yorktowii,'' nud "James.
business men, pleiuuro seekers and vlsltori
OLD POINT COMFORT
a mot expedition route, reaching Norfolk
at lD.UUa. m, giving a whole day lu Norfolk,
connecting with fust ultcrnoon trnini for the
West, South and fouthwet from
und with boats for llnltlmoie, Md., nnd
Wushlugtou, D, (J., nud all connecting lines.
For further Information npplj to
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP
Pier 16, North River, New York,
W. I.. UUIIXAUDUU. Vke-I'rcj. andTrat.
A. E, ROGERS,
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry and Silverware,
Novelties and Specialties
b ti mm
Bric-a-Brac, Fine China,
Cut Glassware, Lamps,
In endless variety. The later production always found in our as
sortment. We are now showing the finest fine of China ever
exhibited in rich and cheap decorations.
213 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Warm air furnace, solid cast radia
tor, sectional tire pot, absolutely
gas tight. Don't purchase any
other make, the best furnace you
can get is none too good and the
is the best, therefore buy the best
and protect the health of your family
Advertisements Under This lleii $s Per Line Per Year.
Physicians tiiul Siiraeon
lt. KAY, S'W l'cnn ave.. 1-3 and 7-0 p. m.
Diseases of women, children. Te.ephonc.
Dlt. UATf.Sl.iN'. 337 N'. WASHINGTON
avenue, 1U a. m. to 4 p. m.
DIl. C. I-. FllKY. SCHAN'TON SAVINGS
Hank blldg, li! Wyoming avenue.
JIAKY A. SHKIMIKUD. M. D.. HUME
opathlst, No. 22S Adams avenue.
Dlt. A.' TKAI'OMJ. SPKCIAIdST IN
Die eases ot Women, corner Wjomins
avenue and Spruce street. Seranton. oi
llce hours', Thursday and baturdays, 9
a. m. to G p. m.
DR. W. K. ALLEN, 512 NOUT1I WASH
PH. L. M. GATES. HOOMS OT AND 20S
Hoard of Trade bulldlni,-. Olllco hours,
R to 9 a. m.. 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. n.. Kesi
denco 309 Mndlson avenue.
DlT C. L. FItEAS. SPECIALIST IN
Itunture. Trus.3 KlttlnK and Kat Iteduc
tlon. onieo telephone 1303. Hours; 10 to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
Dlt S. W. L'AMOKE.U'X, OFFICE 231
AdaniF. Residence. 131S Mulberry. Chron
ic diseases, luiim-. heart, kidney, nnd
Benlto-urinnry organs a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. m.
W G. ROOIC. VETERINARY SUR
cron Horifs, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospltul, 12 Llr.den street, Seranton.
D. It. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real cstato security.
Mears building, comer Wabhlngton ave
nuo and Spruce street.
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-ut-Lw. Republican
building, Washington avenue, Seranton,
WATSON. DIEIIL. HALL & KHMMER
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Lw;
Traders' National Hank Building; rooms
G 7, S, 9 and 10; third lloor.
JAMES II. TORUEY, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor nt Luw. Rooms 413 and 414
FRANK E."ltOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-nt-law. Burr building, rooms
13 and 11, Washington avenue.
JESSL'P &JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law. Commonwealth
building. Washington avenue.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys anil Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK f OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-I,aw,
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Seranton,
JAMES W.OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-AT.
Law. Rooms 311, 515 and 310, Board of
B. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Seranton, Pa.
JA8. J. II. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-nt-Law,
43 Commonwealth bldg., Seran
ton. EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY
Rooms 11 and 13, Republican bldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-law,
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave., Seranton, Pa.
f. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scrunton, Pa.
PATTERSON .1 WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Building.
C. COMEGYS, 321 SPRUCE STRE ET.
A. W. RERTHOLF. Atty.. 319 Sprnco St.
BARRING & M'8WHBNEY, COMMON
wealth building, interstate Secret Ser.
i'ERCIVAL J. MORRIS, ARCHITECT,
Hoard of Trado Building.
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 24, 2.-, and 2G, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER. ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of COS Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT,
433 Spruce St., cor. Wash, ave., Seranton.
FREDERICK L. DROWN, ARCHITECT,
Price Building, 12S Washington avenue,
T. I. LACEY- & SON. ARCHITECTS.
Traders' National Bank.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, 325 N. WASHINGTON
L. M'GRAW, 30-3 SPRUCE
DR. II. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. C. C. LAUUACH, 113 Wyoming ave.
WELCOME C. SNOVER. 421 LACKA
wanna ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 3.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenuo.
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR Ml LACKA
wanna avenue. Seranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
SCHOOL OF TEE LACKAWANNA.
Seranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to
collegr, law, meillclnn or business. Opens
September 13. Send for catalogue. Rov.
Thomas M. Cann, LL. D., Walter IX,
Buell, A. M.
G. R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMDN AND
Nurserymen; store 146 Washington ave
nuo; green house. 1360 North Main ave
nue; store telephone, 762.
Hotels nnd Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 125 AND 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZIEGLER, 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 concurt work furnished. For
terms address It. J. Bauer, conduoto-,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert's
MEOARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
sale dealer In WooJwarc. Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna uve.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT AC
countuut and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams' Bui. ding, opposite postonice.
Agent for tho Rex Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO..
North Washington avenuo Llnotypo
Composition of ull kinds quickly dono.
Facilities unsurpassed In this region.