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THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1894.
3 STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. We will show you what you want. GOOD BREAD -USE THE SNOW WHIT And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BV The Weston Mill Co EEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS ) THE CFNUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMIHAL3 . GarneyBrown & Co. Jil'8' DR. H. B. WARS will ba in his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. To the Kepubllcan party of Lackawanna county! ' I hereby announce that I will be a can didate for the o Ulce of recorder o f deed of Lackawanna oouuty before the next Republican convention. H. L, HALSTEAD. To the republicans of Lackawanna county: At the earnest solicitation of many friend I hereby announce myself aa a candidate for the office of register of wills, subject to the decision of the lie publicau county convention. I take thil means of Informing uiy many friend that I am in the field, a I may not be able to see all whom I should like to see before the convention meet. Remem bering the klndnes heretofore shown me, and assuring- the Republican voter of my gratitude for pist favors, I remain Very sincerely yours, WILLIAM & HOPKINS. PERSONAL. C. S. Woolworth is in New York. Mrs. James B. Kelly, of Ash etreet, is riousiy in. Mr. C, M. Florey and children return iom Lake Ariel today: W. P. McGee left this morning to spend his vacation at Niagara Fall. Miss Tessie Cnsick, of Lackawanna ave nue, is enjoying a two weeks' vacation at L.< winoia. Dr. W. A. Taft, who has been spending his vacaiion on the St. Lawrence river, re turned yesterday. Miss Mamie McTaggart, of New York city, is toe guest of Miss Uuttie M.Falmer, 427 Webster avenue. Miss Mamie McTaggart, of New York uty. is tne guest 01 miss ilattie Calmer, of 427 Webster avenue. Mrs. J. J. SDPllman. of Brooklvn. and her daughters, May and Florence, are the guests oi Mrs. uwen luaicK. Captain H. F. Beardsley. of Montrose, a prominent Grand Army of the Henublio man, was at the Valley House last night eu rouio tor tue reunion or, tne veterans at Harvlew. J. J. Jermyn, Conrad Schroeder and Architect John Duckworth were in Potts villa yesterdav being prepared for the new Hotel Jermyn V t.-. :ii .. . - uj luo f uimviiie iron ana Bteel company. Ecran ton's Bullosa Intsrasta. Thk Tribunb will soon publish a care luiiy oumunea ana classified list of the leading wholesale, banki no, mnnllfarttni. ing and professional interests of Soranton and vicinity. The edition will be bound in book form, beautifully Illustrated with photogravure views of our pnblic build ings, business blocks, streets, etc, together with portraits of leading citizens. No similar work has ever given an equal rep resentation of Scranton's many indus tries. It will be an invaluable exposition of our business resources. Bent to persons outside the city, copies of tlilS handsome work will attract new comers and be an unequalled advertisement of the city. The circu lation Is on a plan that cannot fail of good results to those concerned as well as the city at large. Representatives of The Tribunb will call npon those whose raxes are desired in this edition and explain its nature more fully. Those dosiring views of their residences in tnin edition will please have notice at the office. j S. B. Dorset, mate of the steamer. Ari zona, had his foot., badly jammed. Thomas' Eclectrlo Oil cured it.. Nothing equal to it for a quick pain reliever. Bnoklen'a Arnloa Salve. The best salve In the world for Outs Bruise. Bores, Ulcers, Bait Rheum. Fever Bores, Tetter. Chapped Bands, Chilblains, Corns and all Bkin Eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give pert sot satisfaction or money refunded. Prioe SB cent per box. For sale by Matthews Bros. PIANOS ORGANS m " A Foe to Dyspepsia FLOUR I Arrangements Under Way for a Large Public Meeting. BOARD OF TRADE WANTS VIADUCT Committee Is "at Work on the Round Woods Park Movement Republi can Club Is Preparing; for the Campaign and Will Soon Occupy Thoir New Rooms Dr. John Saadi's Lecture News Notes and Personals. The question, of the vladuat over the Delaware, Lackawanna nail Western railroad tracks on Wst Lackawanna avenue proved to be u most interesting topio at last eveuiug's monthly session of the West Side board of trade. A report was made by the streets and bridge committee. In the question of paving Jackson, Robinson it ml Ninth streets the ui.ittor now seemi favora ble wjth the. exception of a small delay over frontage uu Kobinson street. The commitUe on parks was directed to see W. R. Slorrs iu regard to securing the Round woods plot for a public park, it was decided to notify the Fifth ward ooanoilinen about placing a sidewalk in front of the old Follow property on South Main avenoe.' The secretary will confer with the street commissioner in regard to procuring proper approaches to the new extru sion of Fillmore avenue, lying between Washburn aud Division stre-t. On accouut of the recent decuion of court which did not favor the viaduct through the heavy claims for damage, and the appointment of viewers batore the orJiunucs was passsd, no definite point oonld be urrivtd at. Excellent talks on tpe qneition, were wen oy Common Couuoiluisn T. Wisworth Da vies. D. M. Jones, T. Fellows Mason and others, A resolution - was passed requesting West Side soancilmen to give the viaduct tlir hearty support. D. D. Evans, T. H. Dale and X i el lows Mason were appointed a commit tee to arrange for a publio meeting to be held in the interest ot the move meut It was desided to meet hereafter in St. David's hall. W. Haydn Evans was elected to msmbersbip ana the meeting adjourned. TO PREPARE FOR THE FRAY. Rtpubllcans Will Assemble to Discuss Polltioal Matter. The Republican league of the West Side will have a very enthiuiastio openiug of their new rooms, over Davies drag store, on wsauesaay evening. Aag. 22. It is expieted that all the prominent workers for Republi canism will be present. The committee on arrangements are making mpid strides toward the com pletion ot a programme which will nandicap all previous efforts of a sim ilar nature. Iu addition to a fine mu sical programme, spteehes will be made on the t:riff and other political matters nowoacupyingthe attention of the public. A NOVEL LECTURE. The Gordon Rallef Expedition Portrayed bv Dr. John Saadi. A fairsizid andienoe greeted Dr, John Saadi, a Syrian, last evening in St. Davids Episcopal ohurca, and heard an instruotive lecture on the "Women of the Enst" and a graphic description of the Gordon Relief Expe dition. Dr. Saadi spoke exhaustively on Ma hammedism in eastern countries. The lecture throughout was interesting and much euj iyed. Dr. Stadi is an excel lent speaker, being both eloquent and forcible. He is now preparing for mis sionary work in Africa. LITTLE WEST SIOE NEWS NOTES. T. J. Reynolds is a candidata for dele pate in the First district of the Fifteenth ward, notwithstanding all reports to the contrary. Mrs. John J, Hughes, of North Lincoln avenue, is ill. Mrs. Doud, of South Main avenue, has returned from a visit with friends in Moo- sic. Alex McTaggart and Barney McOill, of tne bcranton iractlon company, have been transferred from tne Luzerne to the iSy non Street and Taylor line. Charles L. McCarthy and sister.of Brook lyn, N. Y., who have been the guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McCarthy, of Washburn street, the past two weeks, returned home on Saturday, accompanied by their cousin, Miss Ella JNora jucuartny. Professor and Mrs. Joseph Rooney, of xentn street nave returned from a visit In Waverly. , . We are clearing out the whole of our stock of fine etchings. Chicago Art Co., in renn avenue. Mrs. Theodore Nauman and son. Walter. of North bumner avenue, are the guests of irlenas in w likes-iiarre. Miss Gertrude Fellows, of Tenth street. left yesterday for a Visit with friends iu Clark's Summitt. The Murray Hill Base Ball elub defeated the Elks, yesterday morning by a score of tf to 0. Tom Price, of South Main avenue, is do ing tonsorial work lor the boys at Camp urawioru. Officer Thomas Evans Is doing police duty in Bellevue. The funeral of Genevieve McC'all, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. McCall, of Conti nental hill, will occur this afternoon. In terment will be made iu the Hyde Park Catholic cemetery. The police are endeavoring to disperse a crqwd of loafers who nightly congregate at the corner of Price and Chestnut streets. Charles E. Daniels, of the Truth, has re turned from a stay at Schuylkill. Eddie Hughes, of Division street, and Walter Jones, ot North Hyde Park ave nue, are home from Lake Winoia. West Biders' will now be able to ride from the central city as late as 11.35 o'clock on the Eynon street car, from Franklin avenue. Elegantly framed pictures are being sold for halt price of frame. Chicago Art Co., 127 Penn avenue. . Mrs. Stephen Richards, of Avondale, has returned Dome after a visit with friends on this sido. - Joseph George, a 15-year-old lad, resid ing with bis parents on Robinson street, was Injured on Monday evening by being kicked by a horse. The animal struck him In the log, but no bones were broken. The funeral of Mary Wilmough, of Ln zerne street, will occur today, Mrs. Wil mough died at the poor farm. Her hus band is dead, and her children were indif ferent as to her welfare. Undertaker Wymbs has charge of the burial. Water Filter . Pure water secures good health. T. F. Leonard, at 605 Lackawanna avenue, has for sale four styles of stone water niters that are sold at prices within roach of all, and are as easily cleaned and taken care of wster pall," and will last for years. The filter is all stone, nothing to rust, cor rode or become foul aud will After from four to twelve gallons per day. Drop in and see them. , ..6hP'rlog promptly attended to at the Globe Shoe store. IS I A THORN FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD. Increased Building Appropriations Wor- rlia the Members. Controller F. L. Wortnser yesterday diseussed with a Tbiuunb reporter hi opposition toawardiug the contract for hoiidtng JNo. 2 ssiiool at a cost of SU.- 000 in sxcesa of the appropriation, rie said : 'I am opposed to such a policy for several reasons ; it establishes a bad precedent and consumes money which oould be more judiciously applied. If, as some of the board's msin tiers state, we cannot pay teacher larger salaries, I take issue with th iu ir money is ex pended ou iutireased building appro priations. , "licciiusH I believe In increasing the appropriation for the new high school, it must not be inferred that my opinion is m-xiuiu. Ihe high school building will be atteuded by scholars from every Inchon of the city, will he known as one of our publio buildings and, of nil the muntcipiil structures, should be one ot the most substantial and benutlful. It will be three stories high with a basement above ground, and will be just as liable to eutch rim as any other building constructed by uinsoury. ihe fact that it will contain a larger num ber of class rooms aud, above all, a chemical laboratory, where accidents are apt to happen, tuiikn it imperative that the building ua ooustruciea nre proof. " NORTH END. Inquest on th Dsath of Mrs. Ellen Leadon. Tue death of Mrs. Ellon Leadon, of North E.id, Monday, wai investigated by Coroner Kelly and jury yst r lay, and n verdict rendered that deuth was caused by an ov.t lose of wintergreeu oil. taken medicinally. It was proven that the druzeist who sold the oil of wintergreeu to the de ceased w is not r-s ousible for the fa tality. Mrs, Ludn reoivid proper and implicit directions bow to use the drub'. NORTH END NEW3 NOTES. Thomas Grady, while roturnlng from work under the inllueiice of drink. quarreled with his boarding mistress, Mrs. lirouiin, of Wuvue avenue, aud strucK her. Her lnmbiiiid reUliato.l by liittmtr Grady. Police ollicers Palmer aud Mills arrested Grady. Miss Evanua Huff, of Parker street, is spending two weeks in Allentown und vicinity. An infant child of Roess Davle3. of North Main avenue, died yesterday of cholera infantum. Funeral services will be hold this afternoon. THE BISHOP HETTEH. i A Hopaful Message Rjciivid from Caps v . . Slay Yesurday. Rev. Father Melloy, of St. John's church, who returned Monday night from the bedside of Bishop O il r at Cape May stated that the bishop's con dition is very dangerous and it is the opinion of those about him that he oin live but a few days. Yesterday afternoon the following message was received from the bishop's, brother, at whose eottago he is lying ill: Cape May, Aug. 24. The bishop is very mucli Hotter, we teol no present unxiety. Id. U'liARA, Ju. U. Rev. Father Finnen, of Pittstou, aud Rev. Father Coffey, of Caibondale.have gone to the birbop s bedside. TWO REGATTA ACCIDENTS. A NeWFpaptrmau and an Oarman Are tha Unfortunate One. Neal Ruddy, of the Express, who bad charge ot the signal gun on board the referee s barge at the regatta yesterday was painfully burned by bis band coming in to close proximity to the cannon's month. Dr. Lutz dressed the wounded member and Mr. Ruddv re mained at the lake to witness the day's snort. M. J. Doyle, of the Institute Boat club, of Newark, who acted as judge at the races, fell overboard while out rowing and received a thorough duck ing. A lady who was in the boat with Mr. Doyle, in attempting to chance her seat, lost her balance and would have fallen Into the water bad not Mr Doyle sprang to her assistance in time. The lady was safely seated, but Mr, Doyle lost his balance and fell into the water. He would not risk overturning the boat by clambering in, but swam about until a boat came to meet him and towsd him ashore. LAND SCHEME AT 0 ALT ON. Plaa to Divide a Hot Into Residence Lot. County Surveyor A. B Dunning is at work on a map of a tract of sixtr five acres of land situated near D iltn owned by J. R. Clark, father ot Florist George R. Clark of this city, and will apportion the plot into lots. The ground lies north of the road running from Dalton to Waverly and is contiguous to the grounds on which are built Cashier J. A. Linen's beauti ful snrcmer home. The work of iin proving the lund will be commenced atone A wide graveled serpentine road will lead through it and an abundance of shade trees will be planted. Several small parks will be built at different places on the grounds. PUTTING IN THE SWITCH To the Nay Aug Shale Briok Works at Dunmor. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad company will put it force of men to work today building a switch from the tracks of its Wiuton branch to the site of the plant of the Nay Aug shale Lirlck company in Dun more. As soon as tlio switch is finished tbe material for tbe construction of the plant will be shipped and building operations will then be begun on the brick works. When tbe plant is in running order emoioyment will be pro vided for about 10') hands. Warded CfT Dltaaaa. "I hnve used several bottles of Hood's Barsarparilla and found it to be all that it is recommended. It has warded off dis eases from several members of the family.'' Mary a. xeaaor, .unuurBt, ra. Hood's Pills cures sick headache. 40,000 Echoed House No. 27, E, L. Walter, architect, bids to ba opened this montn,to be built on l olumbla avenue. Lots for sale on this avenue at low price! ior a oner period. Arthur Fhotiunqbau, Buy the Wbr and get the best. At Guernsey Bros, Buildioo' Material for Sale. Inquire at Conrad Schroeder's office, uonimonweaiiu cunuiug. Rich pure, wholesome bread made from mii-i.... f- l.... -" JTMlBUurj- a uodk. BURKE. At Winton, Aug. 14, Gerald, son of P. J. and Annie M. Burke, agod 6 years. Funeral Thursday afternoon at 2.1)0. interment at Catholio cemetery, Aronoaia. TES OF SOI! SI N.'W Noptune Stcamsr Was Received Yesterday. T IS A MAGNIFICENT KIACHIS The Company Will Witness a Test of Its Fire-fighting Ability Probably Tomorrow A Short Review of Today's Hnnd-Glennon Marriage. A Child's Awful Fall Other Inter esting News. The new steamer of the Neptune Engine company reached this city vsrv unexpectedly yesterday und wus taken to the company a quarters lu the aftsr uoon. accompanied by au engineer sent by the company that manufactured tbe steamer. Selwot Councilman Churles II. Uchadt, of the fire committee, and Aasistaut Chief Ueorge Suydatn, at tended tha engine on its trip to the South Side. The sudden coming of the awaited prize Is a very agreeabld surprise to the members. lodav the engineer who came with the engine will put it together and get it ready for operation. A test will be made 'Miring the week. lue steamer coat $3,300 and is an improved Clapp & Jones m ichiuw. It wus built by tbe American Fire Engine company, of S-ueca Fall. N. Y.. and weighs as it now stands G 200 pounds. The com p iny will meet some evening this week and appoint a time for giving the new steam r a royal welcome. The old steamer with which they are now to part has done valuable cervio in its day. It was purchased in 1870 and has been continuously la use. Un April 9 last, tbe twentieth anniversary of tbe sompuny was befittingly cele brated with an elaborate banquet, and the health of the new engine was drank on the occasion. The Neptune Engine company is the fifth oldest fire company in tha aitv, und was organized on April 7, 1874, Its record has been one of which its members may well feel proud. The present officers of tbe company are as follows: President, Anton Fiscb; vice president, Fred Miller; secretary, Henry Walter; treasurer, August Schimpff; foreman, Peter Robling, jr.; first assistant foreman, Frank Scbauer; 'cond assistant foreman, George Finney; engineer, George Huester; stoker, Max Rosur; permanent man, Uhurles Wifth; driver, Henry Keifer; board of trustees, Peter Robling, jr., and Max Rosar. BECAUSE WARD FAMILY BUILT IT. That Is Why Cedar Avenue Was Formerly Called Ward Street. Tbe rising generation on the South Side oannot understand why the por tion of tbe Lleventh ward from tbe Roaring brook bridge to Birch street is reminiscently referred to as "Ward street," and even many of the older residents are not able to explain tbe reason clearly. Some say that such was the original name of the street, and that it was afterward changed to Cedar uvenue; but a Tribune reporter has interviewed some of the .pioneers from whom a not unromantio story was learned. Along in the early fifties a hardy German family pitched their tents on the boutu bide when tbe place was an impenetrable wilderness abounding with impenetrable marshes and deep caves. The boys oleared a little settle ment and cut the first road through the woods. In time other families settled bera and in less than a hulf dozen years there was a good street laid out, built up on tbe right hand side with substantial log bouses. Improvements resulted in time and when tbe country road became invested with adi qnate dignity to claim the name of street it was regarded entirely proper to honor the Ward family by investing it with their name. For many years the dwelling of Reuben Ward stood near Best s Roar ing Brook hotel, Simon Ward and family lived where Ambrust meat market is now situated, John Ward lived at Freuhan's store. Ia fact, the reporter was informed that in those days every family from tbe bridge to Biroh street belonged by ties of blood or marriage to the Ward family As years rolled by and new tangled notions became the style the nume of the street was altered to Cedar avenue WILL BE MARRIED TODAY. Dolph Glencon. of Flttaton, Will Wed Miss Rose Hand. At 5 o'clook this afternoon at St. John's ehuroh, on Fig street, the mar riage of Miis Rose Hand, daughter of Michael Hand, of Cedar avenue, prop rietor ot tbe Meadow Brook Brewing company, to Dolph Glennon, of Pitts ton, will be solemnized by the pastor, Rev. E. J. ilelley. Miss Agnes Gleu nun, sister of the groom, will be brides maid, and h I ward Rutledge, of Pine street, Pittston, will attend Mr. Uloii noti. Miss Hand is a handsomo and cul tured member of South Side society snd tbe w,jll wishes of numerous friends will attend her on the portal of her new life. Mr. Glennon is bait owner of the Hughes & Glennon For est Castle brewery at Pittston and is a prominent and progressive citizm, This evening a wedding supper will be served at tbe bride's home, and at midnight a wedding tour wiil begin, embracing a visit to the seaside and other points of interest. Aftur theii return the young couple will begu. housekeeping at No. 11 Exeter street, West Pittston. . TOOK A HIGH TUMBLE. Four-yaat-old Child Dives from i Window. The 4-yiar-old aon of John Fiunn of River street, fell from an up stairs window yesterday at noon, struck on a heap of broken bnlldinc stone and marvelonsly escaped InsUnt death or even fatal injuries. The dir. tunce from the window to the gronml U over twenty feet. Tbe elnldV mother picked hiin op in a fearfully bruised condition. When u doctor arrived the child was found to be compnrativoly exempt from aerlons wonnds, bnt there may TIME TO GET ONE. $3.75 Ladies' Watch. Stem Wind ami 8 t, 'Warranted, . EexfordJewelry Company 218 Lacks. Ave, be internal injuries and the stern sbosk may end fttally. The dootor will be unable to tell for a few days, but his opinion is that the boy will recover. SOUTH SlOt JOTTINGS. The erection of Dr. J. J. Walsh's new residonce on Plttston avsnue has proceeded so far as to make it ready for roofing. When Mulshed it will De among the nnest on the South Hide. Mrs. Patrick Corcoran, of Cedar avenue, does not appear to rally from the semi uuconrcioua conditiou iu which Bhe has been for over two weeks. Her death at any hour henceforth will not surprise her family. Miss Katie Donahoe, of Stone avenue, will eive a party iu honor of the departure of bur brother, John P. Douahoe, tne bright younjf drug cleru, to tlie flew Yorlc College of Pharmacy. The date of the social event has uot yet been deliuit'-ly nxed. The funeral of Mrs. J. A. Price, f 803 South Washington avnetie, who died Mon day evening will be held from ber late home at 1 o clock this ufteruoun. Miss Emma Koch, ct Willow Btreer, aud Georgo Riehter. of Petersburg, will be married at the residence or ilits Kucli s parents un Wednesday eve'ning, Aug. 'i'i. Import Samples mean 20 per cent, less than import prices. No two pieces alike. Flower Vases, Jarden- ieres, Plates, Chocolate and Tea Pots, &o. To secure REAL BAR GAINS, come at once. WEICHEL & MILLAR 116 Wyoming Ave. If a Tornado Should Strike -Sainton It would cause little more surprise to our citizens than FREEMAN'S NEW SPOT CASH PRICE LIST HAS DONE WATCHES, DIAMONDS.JEW- ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC., never have been sold before at such prices; but, remember there is no CREDIT at Freeman's. Our lin9 of Groceries is complete and you can rely on them being the finest. If you want a delicious, high-flavored T3A, try our New Crop JAPAN for 50c; worth 75c. C. DITCHBURN 4.7 LACKAWANNA AVE, AYLESWORTH'S Meat Market The Finest In the City, The latest improved fnr nlBhinfts and apparatus for keeping meat, butter and eggs. 823 Wyoming Ave. THE CELEBRATED i a i wn I I i ' 1 PIANOD 're at Prutnt the Unit Pepalsr and rrofernd by Leading aiu.is wareroeons: Opposite Columbus Monumsnt, Washington fiv. Soranton. P ROOF tinning and soldorlnR sll done awsy with by the uno of HAIiTMAN'B I AT KNT PAINT, which eonalsts of lugredi nta CelTknown to all It oan ba appliod to tin, galvanized tin, xhoet iron roofs, al no to briok dwellings, which will prevent abnolutolv any crumbling, cracking or breaking of tlie brick, it will outlast tinning of any kind by many years,and It's oost duos not exceed one fifth that of the cost of tinning. Is sold by the job or pound. Oontraots taken by AKIUIUO UAKTUAMN, 6-7 Biroh 81 MM 11 ULL new. You Meed Them And a, visit to Martin &;Delany's will be wilder you at their immense stock of thin goods. Just the stuff to keep you cooL Our novelty in summer goods is a Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and Black Serge Coat. The proper thing for tennis. Custom Tailor3 and Clothiers, WYOMING AVENUE. ' ::n;9:E!!:!.;;.g,g;j:!s::Bi.::E TIF L 1 1 la 308 oz. Lace Gaps To be closed half value. CAPS, worth from 39c. be closed out at a At less than HALF VALUE and other 1 j goods in proportion. li:2SJJC3!r5.!3t3!Ei:inE::;o::rtjEtnii::!iiiis3i5tj;K!iij::;i::!:j:it:z:.::r.n:iUkl Scientific Eye For Fall Wear 305 Lackawanna Ave. It's a Great Shock ir !-' VI v tn the folks wlio nr elalmlne they nndorselt ill otiier t i find that with out t ho leiflt Inas or bin. tfr we are nixing custom ra tho bun tflt of Hu'h opportunities as t'.iese. A Mrictlv High Urmia l.lht-welgh Whi-el, 1HI4 pattern, f r 110 iiimli. 18!3 puttiTn, tllW Wheel, fur 75. 18'.I4 lint torn, MOO Wheel, lor ca.ti., theso prices tuako the bumnoss at our store. FLOREY & HOLT Y. M. C. A. BUILDING. Maloney Oil and Manufactur'g Co OILS VINEGAR AND CIDER ill TO 151 MERIDIAN ST. fSdMtTKINC NtW IN A MAF'5ia-Z. "A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSEFUL OF SHAME." KEEP YOUR HOUSE CLEAN WITH SAPOL O Lacka. Ave. HMO SALE out at LESS than .S to $1. 25, will f I , E Testing Free By DR. SHIMBERG, The Specialist on the Eye. Headsches and Ner vousness relieved. Latest and Improved Style of Eyeglasses and Spectacles at the Lowest Prices. Bent Artificial Eyes inserted for $5. 305 Sl'KUCE ST., Opp. Old Post Office. W. A. HULBERT'3 City Musio Store, WPTWVAT SO DECKKIt BROTHERS m U.KAMUU & BACK list a krt stock ot ftraVeUat ORGANS tOJSlCAIi MERCHANDISE Another Advocate of testae CI19. HENWODD A WARDELL; GENTI.EMKN-It affords me areas' plaannre to state that your new process of extracting teeth was grand success ii tny ease, and I henrtlly reoommesitf It ta all. I slnoeroly hope that others will test lt merit. Yours respectfully, CAi'T. 8. K. UHVANT, Soranton, P Henwood k Wardell, DENTISTS, 816 Lackawanna Ava Will on and after Mav SI make a great red no Won tn the prions of platus. All work gnaa anteed flrst-claas in every particular. A. We JURISCH 435 SPRUCE STREET BICYCLKS ANP BPORT1NO GOODS. TUrtor, Oendvon, Eollpse, LoveU. DkunosA and Othur Wheela.