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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23. 1S94.
LIVE NEWS OF
Erents of the Upper End of Luzerne County
PROVED A TREACHEROUS GUIDE
Young Woman, Unfamiliar with the
Place, Entrusts Herself to the Es
cort of a Man Who, Instead of Tak
ing Her Where She Sought to Go,
Endeavored to Assault Her and Was
Only Prevented by the Prompt Ar
rival of Spectators Who Had Been
Alarmed -Other Newsy Gleanings.
Thk Scit.wTox Tbihixe's Pittston lift
partraent b in charge of J. si. Eahy, to
whom news items mid coiuulmuts uiiiy be
UiN Lorme, of Hudson. N. Y., a pre
possessing yoniu lady, bad an exciting
experience on her arrival hore Suiid'iy
evening, Slio bad been visiting friend
in Meehoppen and started for ber liotut
Sunday evtuing on the Lehigh Valley
train which reaches her at 8.10
o'clock. Failing to nitke-proper con
nections at th Junction with tbe Del
aware, Licltawunna au'l Western tram,
bIid concluded to remain here over
night 10 as to be able to take an early
tr;iiu yestonlay morning,
The conductor recommended that she
go to the hottl opposite Mm Janction
depot, known as the Valley Home, and
slie accordingly left the train at the
Juuctiou. Going to the botol in ques
tion she was itiforund by the proprie
tress that all the rooms were Ukou for
the night She directed Miss Lorme to
n hotel a considerable distance down
A youug man witnessing theaffiir
offered to pilot her to the place. It ap
pears that the fellow, instead of taking
ber to the hotel, conducted her dow i
Main street, and turned down th old
road leading to the Lehigh Valley
tracks at tbe Ferry bridge. They fol
lowed along the tracks until they
reached the rear of Sutherland ft Mc
Millan's warehouse. At this point, the
fellow made improper rem trks to Miss
The latter sereamed for help, and
William Hepler, cabman, who w is at
Pierce's livery, and sereral others
about the burn ran to her assistance.
When the feilow saw thein coming,
however, he ran away, taking with
him tne lady's gripsack Miss Lorme,
now thoroughly alarmed, ran to the
Water strest depot, where she took a
cab and was driven to the Eagle hotel.
Here she related the story of hir terri
ble experience. She remained over
night at the Eiglr, and started for
home in the morning.
It is said the rascal is a barber hail
ing from the upper end of town, and
that legal measures will be commenced
against him within a few days, Miss
Lorm having employed a lawyer to
look after the case.
BAO COMPUTATION, THIS.
Two Glaring Errors Revealed in the
In the financial statement of tbe
borough as published in tbe Gazette of,
last evening, appear two glaring errors.
They appear in the light and water ac
count as may be seen from the follow
ing: LKtHT AND WATER ACCOUNT.
To receipts from all
sources $G,lS4 39
By disbursements i 3,d6 02
By bal. in hands of treas 8,728 05
W,lH4 :l9 10,184 N
To receipts from all
sources ll'J.TOij 77
By disbursements (15,980 72
By bal.in handsof treas. 5,728 37
110,708 77 $19,703 77
In tho light and water account the
receipt from all sonrces is $8,184.89,
yet the accountant who figures up the
statement wonld make it appear that
the total of ijr,, 6)0.02 for disbursements
and $3,728.0!) balance, is $6,194.39,
when it really is $9,384.07, or a differ
ence of $3,199.08. Tne borough account
is equally incorrect.
Tre Importance of keeping the liver and
kidnevs in good condition cannot be
overestimated. Hood's Sarsnparilla is a
grtat remedy for regulatiug and invigora
ting these organs.
Hood's Pillt act easily, yet promptly
and effectively, on the liver and bowels.
PITHY PITTSTON POINTERS.
Sllnor Events of One Day Chronicled in
The following gentlem-n haye been
by the oourt appointed to examine ap
plicants for the position of mine in
sp"ctor: Elmer EL Lawall, engineer,
Wilkes-Barre; J. W. Berry, Pittston;
Anthony Reilly, Hazleton; William
R. Jones, Wilkes-Barre; Allen Moffat,
The Republican primaries were held
yesterday afternoon in tbe several
wards throughout the borough. The
delegates elected will meet in conven
tion in the town hall tnis morning to
place in nomination a straight Repnb
At a canons of the Republican voters
of the Fourth ward held last evening,
Joseph Snowden was nominated for
counotman nnd Charles Morrow for
No. 7 and Hoyt shafts of the Penn
svlnania Coal company resumed work
Boys hailing from Duryea and Avoca
engaged in a stoning match Sunday
afternoon, with the result that one of
the lads who resides in Duryea, is lying
sick with a bad scalp wonud.
Tbe entertainment held in the Entis'
roome Sunday evening was n groat
success. The pro rraium-, ns hereto
fore published in TBI TitinuNE. was
carried oat and gave universal satis
faction. Simpson & Watkins are having a
10,000 horse power boiler placed in po
sition at their new works in Wyoming.
It is one of the hirgestin this valley.
At the Citizens' cauens of Hughes
town borough, held in the school house
on Saturday eveuing, the following
ticket was nominated: Burgess, George
Watkins; councilman, William Fair
clough, jr., three years; Richard
Hnrry, three years; J. F. Gruver, two
years; school directors, three years, E
J. Hughes, John Flynn; tax collector,
William Rammer; auditor, W. H Gil
lespie; jndgo of election, J. F. Schmaltz,
inspectors, Grant Carichner aud Den
The new Presbyterian church at Ink
erman, will be formally dedicated this
evening at 7 30 o'clock. Rev. Dr.
Parke will preach the sermon, the First
Presbyterian ohnrch choir will furnish
vhe music and several.other Presbyte
rian pastors are expected to participate
in tbe services.
Mrs. Louise Naugle died on Sunday
afternoon at the residence of her son,
Frederick Naugle, on Luzerne avenue.
Her death was the result of an attack
of grip. She was 88 years of age. The
funeral will take plaoe on Sunday af
ternoon at 1 o'clock. Tbe services will
be held in the brick church, Lacka
wanna at 2.30. Interment will be in
the Biick church cemetery.
John Hart, of Chapel street, Upper
Pittston, died yestordir from general
debility. The funeral will tike plaeo
Wednesday at 2 o'clock p. m BerVlOM
at St. John's church. Interment in
Market Street cemetery.
Meetings at tbe Slocuin Street chapel
will continue during this week, com
mencing with a praise service at 7.15,
and preaching at 7.30. Rev T. W.
Swan will occupy the uulpit this even
ing. The Misses Kathryne McDonald and
Kitty Mitchell, of Scranton, were
guests of West Side friends yesterday.
Misses Nauu and Blauchu Lsvan are
visiting their graudmother in Carbon
dale. Ex County Treasurer John T. Grif
fith, of Wilkos-Barre, was in town
Mrs, George Smith, of Main street,
is very ill.
Miss Sara Goodman, of William
street, leavea Thursday for E iston to
Miss Mary Emory, teacher in the
Weft Pittston High school, is unable
to teach on account of sickness.
Miss Lucy Casper entertained a
party of friends at her homeou Linden
street on Saturday night in honor of
her cousin, George Carroll, of North
Mrs. Abeduego Reese was called to
Mansfield, Pa., to attend her daughter
Elizabeth, who was suddenly ill,
George B. Reap, who has been so ill.
is reported a little better.
ituv. D. Deforest, of Csnnan county,
is visiting the Rev. Mr. Holden on
Broad street, and is helping in the re
viral services at the lattrr's church.
J. M. Lewis, of Hazleton, was a Till
tor here yesterday.
Miss Hattie Geddis died yesterday at
her home on Boston avenue, West
Pittston, of pneumonia. She was 55
years of age. The funeral will take
place on Thursday afternoon at 3 30,
Iuterment in the West Pittston ceme
tery. BREEZY CAR BO N DALE BUDGET.
Hkppaninge of the Pioneer City Por
trayed in Short Notes.
Special tu the Scranti n Tribune.
Cauuondale, Jen. 22. Tomorrow
afternoon at i o'clock will occur the
funeral of the late Mrs. Harriot Tavlor,
who died at her home on South Wyo
ming street on Saturday morning, at
the age of 49 years. The remains will
be interred in Maplewoodc-metery.
At a meeting of the Germania Sing
ing club in G.riuania hall on Sunday
afternoon the following ofiioers were
elected to serve during tne ensuing
year: President, Michael Neison; vice
president, August Gerhart; secretary,
August Neisou; financial secretary.
Louis Bruner; treasurer, Johu Von
Mrs. Burt Bennett, of Penn avenn-
Scranton, is the gu-st of her sister,
Mrs. Johu Harvoy, of Canaan street.
William Henderson who has been a
faithful employe at tbe store of E &
H. S. Bolton, has resigned his posi
tion and has accepted one with the
Carbondale cash store.
On account of the dull business the
Northwest Coal company have been
obliged to lay off tnree of their store
clerks, two of whom were employed at
their store north of this city uud one in
the Msvfield store.
W. D. Frank, of Scranton. spint the
Sabbath with Carbondale friends.
Robinson's R-spertory company will
appear at the Academy of Music to
night; also every eveuing during the
James Whitfield left yesterday for
New Haven Conn., where he will be
engaged during the next few wesks on
an ice machine in the interest of the
Hendrick Manufacturing company of
Miss Mabel Lnddington, who hns
been Miss Lucie Vannau's guest during
the past two weeks, will returned to
her homo iu Rochester, N. Y. , tomor
Mrs. J. S. Basaett is visiting friends
The Electric Literary association
will hold a social and entertainment in
their new building on Brooklyn street
on Friday evening of this week. The
atfair will be iu honor of the young
1 idies who assisted the association in
their recent fair. A pleasing pro
gramme has been arranged and an en
joyable tim is anticipated.
of misery is taken from wo
men, by Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Proscription. Weaknesses that
distress your womanhood can
be relieved and cured by it,
safely and certainly. It has
done this for thousands of suf
fering women and the makors
am willing to fTuaranter, If it
doesn't benefit or ruro you,
they'll return the money.
Boaring-doe-u pains, internal
inflammation .md ulceration,
organic displacement, weak
back, and all kindred ailments
are cured by the "Favorito
A'lc, Putnam Co., W. Va.
Dr. It. V. Pinter.: Dear Sir
Mine Is a case, of eleven years'
standing, which huflled the -kill of the best
medlcar aid procurable. I obtained no good
effect, until 1 began the use of the " Favorito
Prescription," which lifted the burden which
was seeking my life.
Mv trratltude I owe to tho "Prescription."
I hope that all snfferinir humanity ( as In my
oase) may profit by tbo result of my oxpericnoe.
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infauts
aud Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, aud Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms aud allays
feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea aud Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
aud bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tbe Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria la on excellent, medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told mo of its
good effect upou their children."
Db. 0. C. Osgood,
" Castoria Is tho hest remedy for children of
which 1 um acquainted, I hope the day Is not
far distant when mothers wlllconsldor the rent
Interest of their children, anil use Castoria In
stead of the variousquack nostrumswhich ore
destroying their loved ones, by forclngoplutn,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KlNCHELOK,
" Castoria is bo well adapted to children thai
I recommend It us superior to any prescription
known to me."
IT. A. AncnKR, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N. Y.
"Our physicians iu tho children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their export
euce In their oulside practice with Costutla,
and although wu only havo among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, ytt wo are free to confess thut the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
fuvor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispeksarv,
Ai.utN C. Suitb, Pres.,
Si j j
iO Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10 JLH.
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
PHYSICIANS AND St'ltCll ONae-
Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Fur Capes during
sale at less than cost of material.
Every iuch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's stylos I On. each.
Boys' Winter Waists lOo euoli.
Muffs 30o. each.
Cloaks $1.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT (QUARTER OF VALUE.
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
S BEE HIVE,
The Centaur Company, TT Murray Street, New York City.
gD i H Pimples, Blotches
and Old Sores y-zS
DRIfk-! V AQU PfWF BfiHT
I hiu-m-i null) i uiu muui o I
and potassium Catarrh, malaria 2
in Blood Poison
P. P. P. purfflea the blood, builds np
fpl- - tho vtalc ami tieblUuwxl, Kivea
strnitli fniFM-ilrunu,! n..i-,., u
lleuoa,KiYlhthe patient health and
hnpnlnuss whore slekatw, gloomy
fueling And lausltade llrst prevailed.
For primary. secondary and tortlftiy
syphilis, fur blood poiaunlng:, mercu
rial poison, lnal.irlH, dynpepsln, and
In all blood nnd skin diseases, like
blotches, plmplen( old chronic ulcorB.
ti'tter, scald head, bolls, erysipelas,
eczema- we may say, without four of
entrndtctlontthat p, p. p. in the best
blood purifier In tho world, and makes
positive, Mpoedy aud permanent euros
In all cases.
Lad In whoso systems aro poisoned
and whose blOOQU In an Impure condi
tion, duo to menstrual Irregularities,
aro peculiarly benefited by tho won
derful tonic and blood cleansing prop
erties of P. P. P. - Prickly Ash, Puke
Koot nnd Potassium.
Bprinopielp, Mo., Aug. 11th,
I can speak In the highest terms of
your medicino from my own personal
Knowledge. I was affected with heart
disease, pleuriuy and rheumatism for
35 years, was treated by the very besc
physicians ana 4pcnt hundreds of dor
lor, tried every known remedy with
out llndlng relief. I have ouly tnkua
one 1 ttlo of your P. P. P., and cau
cheerfully say It ha done me more
good than anything I havo ever takon.
1 cau recommend your medicine to all
suHorera of the above diseases.
MR. M. M. YEARY.
Springfield, Green County, Mo.
and Kidney Troubles
Are entirely removed by P.P.l. -
Prickly Ash, Poku Koot nnd Potas-
slum, the grcateht hluud uurlflor on 99
AnEnrtFKV, O. . July 21 , 1891. ejjl
MsfHiia. LlPPKAM Buns., Savunuh,
Oa. : DeakSiiis I txmirtit abof.louf
your P. 1. P. at Hot Springs. Ark.. and . tjy
It has liana m mere i;nuil than threo
months' troatmentai th HotHprings. - ,JMr
Head throe bottles 0. (. D. .
Respectfully yours, .
JAS. M. NEWTON.
Aberdeen, Brown County, O..
('apt. J. D. Johnston.
To all vhom it may concern: I here
by testify to the wonderful properties
of P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. I
suffered for aeveral years with an un
sightly and disagreeable eruption on
my face. I tried every known reme
dy but In Tain, until P. P. P. was used,
and am now entirely cured.
(Slgnod by) J. D. .I011NRTON.
Shin Cancer Cured.
Testimony from tne Mayor of Sequin, Tex.
Heqiiin, Tm., January 14, 1893.
Messrs. Lipfmah Buos.. Savannah,
Gs. : (itntUmcn 1 have tried your P.
P. P. for a disease of the akin, usually
known as akin cnnccr.of thirty years'
standing, and found grent roller: It
purities the blood and removes all Iff"
rltaiion from tho seat of tho disease
and prevents nny spreading of tho
sores. I bave taken flvsor six bottles
and feel contldent that another course
will effect a euro. It has also reltuvud
me from Indigestion and stomach
troubles. Yours truly.
CA1T. W. M. RUST.
Attornoy at Law.
Book on Blood Diseases mm Free.
ALL DP.UOUIST8 SELL IT. &
Mppmnn's lilock.Msn niinau, Gs '
133 Penn Avenue,
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING. JAN. 15
A CHANCE to buy at your own price
Hardware, Saws, Hammers, Tinware,
Lamps, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, Fancy
and Other Goods.
Sign Red Flag.
E noon nun t tmc Hiohht Mcoicjit Autmoritih
lNiisixit will euro you. A
wonderful boon to .uffernn
from Cold., MoreThront,
orllAK FRVEK. Afm;i
immnUaterrlitf. An .Ofcletil
reiiu'dv ivinviitilaiil In n.rrv
In porket. renily to nss on first ImllratloD of cold.
Cntitlnned Cm J lie.-u J'ermnnent Tnre.
8 ntiifactlon guaranteed or money refunded Price,
O eta. Trial free nt Dmi-glsta. Itct:l.tereil mall.
(0 couts. 1. D. CDSBH1K, Mfr., Thro. Rivrn, Micb , U S. t.
MPNTHni Th" "rcst nnd aafest remedy for
men I nuL aiisklnmnesses, Keienia, Iteh.Salt
IthetimLOid Seres, Hiirnn. i nis. endrritil rem
eilr forPII.KS. I'M. i . k-:. . (.. i i linn o ; um
gins or b mail prepaid. AddreeSMsbttye, PnLrvl
For sale by Matthews Uroa., Morgan Lros.antl
Morgan A Co.
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion mustnso Porzonl's Pow
der. It produces a nnft nnd beautiful akin.
Sometimes needs a nil
able monthly regulating
lo. - i n ' i ii..
Are prompt, safe nod certsln In resale Tbe genu
an i)t. Pcal'si never disappoint. SanlanywUoix
II.00. i'uul Uedlclue Co.. Cleveland, U.
Sold by JOHN H. PHKLPS Pharmaolsl
corner Wlonitng uvenue and Bpruce atroet
906 South Washington Avenue,
Contractor anil builder of Coneroto Flaggl hr,
Concrete Hlooka, PoUto, Butter and Coa
Hins. Wet Cellars dried up. Orders may be
left at Thompson St Pratt, Will ams A Co.,
Main and F.ynon 8lrets, or at Scranton
move nam Also roiiudatlous. t.'iatorus.
Kiah Wire TuuuoU aud Coftlua. Klng-ging I'or
j j " " "
JVom the X V. Tribune, Kov. 1, iHhS.
"CHICAGO, Oct 31. Fhe first ofllcial
Htinouucement of World's Fair di
plomas on Hour has been made. A
medal has been awarded by the
World's Fair jndgei to the flour mauu
factured by the Washbnrn, Crosby Co ,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
, Minneapolis. Tbe committee reports
the flour strong and pure, and entitles
it to rank as first-class patent flour for
family and bakers' use."
DK. . E. DEAN, Diseases of the Bye, Nose
Throat and Eur, Ovt bpruce street, oppo
DK. A. J. collNELU Office m'WaahingtVn
avenuo. corner SSpruce street, ovur
I'rancko'8 drug store. Heaidonce, "it Viue at.
Oftlce hours: 1U.8U to 12 a. m. and 8 to and
0.30 to 7.a0 p. m. Huuduy, t to B p. m.
TU. W. V. ALLEN. Oftlce cor. Lucks-X-f
vanuaund Wasblnetou uves. ; over Leon
urd ehou store; ofHco hours, 10 to ft a m and
Jto t p. in.; eveuiuifs ut reaUanoa, 112 .V.
DK, C L. J KEY, PraoUoe llml'tod to ol
eases of the F.va Ear. Noae anil Throat-
office, 122 Wyoming aro. Residence, 52S Viue
I H L M. OATES, Ho WushiiiRtaii Avenue.
XJ Office hours, 8 to B a.m., l.Jto 8 and I
JOHN L. WENTZ, Ji. p.. Offices &3 and Jl
I Common wealth bnildlne; rnsldonce 711
Madison avo; office hours, iff to 12, 2 to i, 7 to
; (Sundays 2 80 to 4. evenings at residence. A
specialty mado of direases of the eye, ear, nose
and throat and gynecology.
Dlt. u U. MCliHAY.speclultjrmudeou die
ases of ey and kln,2!2 Wyoming Ave.
wim-e Hours: i inn in H m ;i to i ami . to t i tn.
HS. UK.KINti, ItUJML'LllEHRY HTKEEi".
At i.urlioiidalo on Fridays of each week.
M i BBIMABY BDBOBOMt
J bTLItOE, Veterinary Burgeon, Don--J.
tustry a specialty; gold medalist of On
tario etorinary Collega. Office, bummer's
livery. :) Dix St.. near Keller's carriage shop.
Telephone No. 4i:i.
la i, Etta.
I M C. HANCK h Law aud Collection of.
tj . flee. No 817 Bnruco St., upposite Forest
House, Bcranton, Pa,; colh ctloiis a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; tellable correspond
enta in every county.
JEKHL't'S oi liAMJ, Attorneys and Counsel
lors st Law, Commonwealth building
Wuahiugtou avo. W. H.Jessup,
Hoiiack I Hand.
W. H JesHirp. Ja.
WILI.AKD, WAHKEN & KNAPP, Att.r
neys aud Omnsclors at Law, Iti-publluun
Imildlnu. Waahlngtun sve-. Scranton. Pa.
UATfltWN & W1LCUX, Attorneys and
X Counsi-Uors at Law; offices o and 8 Library
building, Scranton, Pa.
Bpnrau H. PAT-nnsoB.
William a. Wilcox.
ALFRED HAND. WILLIAM 17 HAND, At
torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
building. Rooms 19. 10 and 21.
MILTON W. LOWBY, I Atfys, 227 Washing-
C. H. VON BTORCH, f ton ay., C. H sciuara.
IA11E8 W OAKI'DUD, Attorney at Law,
J rooms 88, tA and W, Commonwealth b'l'g.
CAMUSIi W. BDOAH, Attorney at Lan
i i i
."HANK T. ''KM. Attorney at Law. Hoom
0. t.oal r.xcnuiig'-. eranton. ra.
1 Office, 317 Sorucest , Scranton, Pa
LA WAT REM," Attornoy at Law, til
. Lackawanna aue.. STanton. Pa
P P. SMITH. CouiiH-llor at Law. Office,
1 . rooms 54. oj. V) Cnuiiuonwealtb bnlldlug.
K. PITCHEU, Attorney at Law, Com
monwealth builaini:. Scranton. Pa.
SUPERLATIYE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brands of flour can be had at any of tbe following merchants.
who will nccent The Tribune floup. coupon of '.25 on each on hundred couuds
of flour or 50 on each barrel of flour.
Bcranton -F. P. Price, Washington avenue,
Uold Modal Brnnd.
Hyde Park Carson & Duvls, Washburn St.
Hold Medal llraud; Joseph A. Muars.Maiu
avenue. Superlative Brand.
Green Ridge-A.L.Sponcor.OoU Medal Brand.
Dunmore-P. P Price, Oold Medal Bruud.
Olyphant-Jsmes Jordan. Superlative Brand.
uunmore-r. u. mauley, hupeiiative Brand.
Providence Fennor & Chappell N- Main nve
nue, Superlative l'raud;C. J Gillespie, V.
atanei street, uoia jiieuai uraua.
Peckvillo Shaffer & Kelsor, 8uperlativ.
Jermyn-C. D. Wlntors & Co. Buperalativ-i
Carbondale B. S. Clark, Oold Medal Brand.
Uotieedulo-J. N. Foster & Co. (join Mid 1'.
Honesdale W.P. Sehenck, Superlative Brnn 1
Lalton-S. E. Finn ie Sou, Uold Modal trail I
Gouldshoro-B A Adams. Oold Medal Brttlld
Tobyhanna Tobyhsuna & Lehigh Luuib--Co.,
Gold Medal Brand.
C. COMEUYB, 1121 Spruce st.
DB. REPLOOLE. Attorney-Loans ui;o-
tinted on real ehtst-" stKfOrtty.W Spruce.
Bl KILLAM, Attoinev at-Law, IX wy
. oming avenue. Si-rant in.
H-AVE YOUR ItELDb AND MORTGAGES
written and acknowledged by 3 W.
BROWNING. Attorney and Notary Public, 29
Ci uqmouwealtu BaUdlng.
M III). I .
CCHotJL OF- THE LACKAWANNA, Scran-
J ton. 1 a . piepnres uoys and giris forcolleg.
or UUStnesa: tiioro-.igii. t.-uin. young children.
v.uiaiouo aw iCkiue.L.
Rev Thomas m. Oar at
Waltks h. Bctix.
mis- wokckbteb'b kindergarten
sill Hclioot, 41.' Adams arenas. Pupils
r c red at a.1 tildes. Next term will open
Ji.nn irv '-D
1.: M lT.-.
C LAOBAOH, Surgeon Dentist, No, 11S
C c. 1
): M. e fltATTON
"tfi -e i oal Eichsngo
TOP PAYING" RENT. OWN"-YOUR
home. Money to loan on easy monthly
luvments. S. N. C ALLEN DER, Dime Bank
nOTKU AND !lTACi:ANT
M'UE WLSTMINTEK, 217-219 Wyoming
ave. Rooms huuted with eaui: all mod'
i-rn !inproinetjn c M I ut mah. Prop.
'lEGLER'S 110 I'LL. S.7 Lackawauua v
j nue, bciuniou. Rates nasonsble,
P. r.iECLEii. Proprietor.
1-Esi'jn.s.vi Lit 1-u. EL.
VV W. G. SCHENCK, Manager
Sixteenth street, one Moot cast of Broadway.
at Union Square, New York.
American plan, JS W) per davand upu-nrd.
C'OYNE ROUSE. European plan; 'good
' rooina tipon day uud night liar sup
plied with th. best
P, H. COYNE. Proprietor.
QCBAMTON HOUSK near D.. L. & W. pa
O teuger depot Conducted on the European
plan. Victor Koch. Proprietor.
CIRAMD CENTRAL ihe largest and "b-n:
I equlppe-1 hotel in Allentown, Pa. ; rates
2 and J2.0U per day.
VirTuii P. Rahm-b. Proprietor.
VAV1S ITOUPT, Architects"" Rooms 21.'
J 2S and 2 Common wenl th n'ld'g. Scranton.
7 L. WALTETrAKbitMtTLihrary bui :d
Jt ing. Wyoming avenu. Scranton.
1 L. BROWN. Ar-h It. Architect, Price
building. 126 V-usMngton Ave., Scranton.
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable as Souvenir of tbe Fair.
QL'ITK EASY WHEN YOU KNOW HOW
S300 IN PR1ZKH Wlliti BR DISTIllIUITBi) TO THOSE DOING THK
I i ..i.t. t?i xnu ituiAiii.ni .ravu ""
FOR BALE BY ALL NEWS COMPANIES, STATIONERS AM AT TOY
STORES) ORSENT TO ANY ADDRESS H'ON ItECEIFT OF
PRICE, 25 CENTS, BY
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
112 AND ill SOUTH EUTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MB.
fTKn ,.,-., i r. . fnr nnrvnni nrnailriltlnn nnii all nflfVOlifl lllHM of
tho frtiioratiTo ortfRim of oitlior vx. Buch nd Nnrvou rrovtratlOA. Fail
tiiKor liOntManhoo,, Impotnry. Ntyhtly Ktnlsr-ldim.YouUifui Krrors,
ij HtnfAl WORTaWOIHITvBVO UI J t 'Oni i o or i 1 ' i ii in t ii ivii iriiu v . vip
' miiitiit tin mirl liiH'iti It.
ORTON D. 8WAKTS- WHOLESALE
lumlH?r, b and U Uimo Bank building,
1 EttARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
1VI supplies, envelope, paper bags, tniue.
Warehouse. I'M Washington ave, Scranton.
TJAUKR'fl ORCHESTRA - MUSIC KO
1) balls, pie.nioa. partlea, receptiona wed
dings and oonceit work furnished. For terms
nddres. It J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
nve., over Hulbert'a music store.
1;.KA FINN & SONS, builders and -otitrn
j tors Yards: Corner Olive at. and Adams
sve. ; corner Ash st. and Penn ave., Scranton.
Ci R. CLARK CO.. End ran. Florists
T. and Nunwymen; store Itt! Washington
nvenue; greoa hoiiae, 1350 North Main avenue;
tUire telephone Tfr.'
tiKANl" UNION TEA CO.. Jones llros
WIRE RCRBI NS.
I OS. KUF.TTEU Si5 Lackawanna sveuus,
t) Scranton, Pa., inanul r of Wire Screens.
BEFUHK AM) ARUI UU1NO,
I or Bale by
sutee to cure or refund the pone.
1th every 5 order wo give a MM guar-
-oiii ut pel
. C I l HS
(or Si.oo. UK, MO1T'HVU:ilICAljCW.,C'lcveiuuu.uai0.
ill. HABRla, UrugvUt, i ;7 I'euu Av.aue.
AND DEALERS IN
Atlantic i , n,i Mini rraaob Inc.
i n. i- Linaead Oil,
Turpentltie anil Varnlslioa
Hoady-mlxait I'alntu In all colors,
Ulldera' W lilting,
Paris White nnd KuUoiuIno,
oil' Vitrei, Marblo
bail aud Window Glass
Atlantic Refining Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Illuminating and ' Lubricating
Mnseod Oil, Naptlias and Gaso
lines of nil grados. Axle Grease,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com
pound; aleo, a largo line o( Par
rnflluo Wax Candles.
We also handle tho Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Offlco: Coal Kxohange, Wyoming Ave.
Works at Pine Brook.
IS THE BEST, (let prices and
tto the lurnnco aud be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
Fnropean Plan. First-class Rar attached.
Depot for Berguer A Lugsl's Tanuhmusor
N, i Cor, 15th and Filbert Ms,, hhk
Most desirable for residents of N.E. PonnJ
sylvanla. All conveniences for travelers
to aud from Broad Street station aud the
Twelfth and Market Street station. De
sirable for visiting SorantonlaiiM and peo
lie in the Anthracite Regiou.
T. J. VICTORY,