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lilJii SCRAjNTOjtf iKIBUNE -SATURDAY MORINU. MARCH 17, 16S4.
OtdtCfttd to MISS ROSL MANDLLL.
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SATURDAY, MARCH 10.
HOUR Senator Hill, of Xw York, de
clare that ha favor amoJilid hili tariff.
CJnittd State Kpnatur are accused ot
having apecolatad in stocks. Mn.Holmt,
of Syracuse, takM poUon to prove that
ibe 1 il not prison her daughter, and dies.
Coarlet R. Bbryock, a student at Peun
lylraoia anivenitr, mysteriously diHap
pear. Mike Sullivan fatally injured
in a friendly boxing match at C'hi
cajto Heading alderman and constable are
accu-ed of havini; taken illegal fees. Ya
Cota Yauaska. a Poliah woman Kiiding at
Nar.ticokeis accused of witchcraft. Pitts
liurc Sons of America object to the em
ployment of nuns ns teachers in public
ichoolf. An unknown man attempts to
nssault Mrs. Ann i Mntson at Morristown.
Tne much talked of Popniilt convention at
Lnporte, Ind., a lizzie. Thero were thir
teen delegates. -General lienjamin L.
Tracy la boomed an Iti poblicau candidate
for Kovernor of New Y'ork.
Foheion Lord RoteberT'i procramn;e
if announced as hein in the line of Mr.
d'.adstone's policy. -The silver commission
meets at Berlin. A local Judge killed at
Madrid by the explosion of a bomb.
NicaraRiian soldiers commit (jron out
rages at Blaeflelda, BritiaO troops capture
Goojnr, Chief Fodi Sllah's stronghold
Spectators at an opera hooae in Milan be
rome dif Ittlsfled with a perrortnance and
raise a riot. Forti, bomb thrower, is ar
rested at Rome.
SUNDAY, MARCH II.
HOME. Kastern Pennsylvania- Metho
dlst Episcopal conference lield interesting
services in the various churches at Read
inc A colored woman la lynched at Little
Rock, by unknown parties, (teorgt Mow
bray, a dentist, lUiddea at Orange. N.J.
Millville trades nni' n-; place n bivcott on
rat cigars. Re v. John K. Mohn, of Read
ing, is accused of misnipropi iating .,XiO.
l;enjaniin L, Hewitt, ex 'Speaker of the
Pennsylvania house of representatives,
dies nt Holldaysbnrg. Robert II.
Peck, of Hartford. Com,, is kiiled
by robbers. Typographical union
No. C, holds memorial services in
honor of the late G V. Child in Now
York city John Rodger, a Frankfort
thief, is shot by vigilant, Cam L hr,of
Brooklyn, swallows rarbnlle acid as balm
forunreqttad lova. Baymond Uarlno, a
Newark hanker, sentenced to six year in
jail for forgery. A tushing oil well lubri
cates the happiness of driller at Canisteo,
PoRIIOK Twenty thousand workmen
i!ai e wreaths Bpon the graves of anar
chists of 1MB at Vienna. Letgf ried Apt,
mi American citizen, impressed into ser
vice, In the German army is released
through effort of Atnbaraador Bnnyon,
Minister Wayne MaeVeagh hob DObl With
Kinu' Humbert, of Italy. London polio
arrest thirty-eight anarchists ami uecuro
MONDAY', MARCH Ii!.
Homi- -1 lio rescue party at Plymouth
discovers the b ,dy of Peter McLaughlin,
one of the i nterned men who were buried
in the Ghvlord mine for twettl ye-even day
John Kelly arrested in New Y'ork with
bombs in his possession Dauvill ' quaran
tined by a smallpox epidemic John Hiler,
seven time married, is rounded up by his
many wives in Chicago Allentown signs
Mike Kelly, the renowned base hall
player -The Y'ouugstown street car strike
declared off Arthur Lv Reese, an
electrician is accidentally killed at Baltimore.-
The Star, a morning paper, Is es
tablished at Rod. laud, Me. Billy Kd
Ward-, the slugger, dies at Hot Springs.
Bradley V. Lewis nominated for Judge by
the Wyoming (,'oiiiiiy Republican conven
tion. -Editor sum Boyd, of Wilkes liarre,
I punished by .1. II. Orr. -Caper Header
stabs lit sweetheart at Pittsburg. -A
suuer kraut war at Pottstown causes the
delicacy to be dispensed free among the
citizens. Striking silk weavers create d1
turbauoe at Peterson, N. J.- Reading
moulder accept a reduction of 10 per
cent. -Lawyer in the l!recklnridge-Pol-lnul
cane indulro in a ilght.
POBXtOR, Two Hon of ex-Prealdent
Itaez arn shot at San Domingo The Jira
ilian war ended. -The police raided a
magnificent private gambling establish
ment at Nice. Sir Jamo Fiizjames Ste
pnen, the eminent English jurist, is dead.
TUESDAY. MARCH lil.
Home Riotous silk weavers at Paterson
make trouble.- James i arpenter.convicted
of murdering his father, isseutouced to be
banged. A mad dog at Carlisle bites two
children and eight dog. A larmer named
Coze attempts to kill the sh-nff nt
WiUianupori.- Camden boy tie a com
rade to a stake and lik'ht lire
around, which inllict serious, if not fatal
injuries. Joe Maniskowitz, wh wasnn- I
prisoned iu a mine twenty-one days at
Jeansville, brings suit against I he Hayden
Coal compnny. Arlington hotel is bumeil
at Hontadalt.- a. B. smith, cashier of a
Texas bank, is shot dead by R. W. Page,
president of the institution. Richard Cro
ker purchases a Texas ranch. Major
Thomas E. Rom placed on the retired rmy
Fohiion, The Brazilian war ended and
Mello and Da Gama are fugitives. Fodi
Silah, an African slave trader, is captured
by the British, Queen Margaret gives a
farewell reception to Minister and Mrs.
1 otter. Michael liavitt expresses an
opinion that, home rule ha been Indefi
nitely postponed by utteraniei of Lord
Roebery. Jean llaptiate Honrgos, a rad
ical deputy, attack the French aJminis
tration in a lively speech.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH I i.
Home. Frederick Gebhnrd, tbe well
known sporting man, wedded to Mis"
Morri, of Baltimore. Forty men hap
from a burning building at Superior, Wis.,
and many are seriously injured. The
Charleston, W. Va., Btrike declared off.
Permanganate of potash successfully used
a nn antidote for laudanum poisoning at
Pittsburg. An attempt to organize a na
tional party at Pittsburg .el- in a lizzie.
Henry Harding, a prominent attorney at
Tunkhannock, mysteriously disappears. -Harry
Watkins, otherwise Wiltshire, pleadl
guilty to embezzlement in New Y'ork. -Two
Paterson noter sent, to prison. -Haney
,fc White's est abli-hmont. burna at
Philadelphia; loM 1100,000. John Urecht,
of Ravnuna, Nti., kills his bride and th-n
conmiits suicide.- Governor Paulson and
party return from nn ouilng in the South.
Methodist conference of Central Pennsyl
vania meeM at Harriebara -Editor Hiram
Hchock retire from the Y',rlc Gazette.
FowttOR, reaoe i declared at Rio Ja
neiro. thirty people are bitten by mad
wolves near Moscow. Lord Rotebery and
Sir William Vernon Harcourt exchange
hard word for home rule Bngland'i ad
111 Hal ty experim-iiU with petroleum at
luel lor snips. A Hostile! amendment to
the Kussce-Germsn treaty levying duties
on rye and wheat, is defeated by the Reich-
THURSDAY, MARCH 15.
HOMI 'Richard i'uryear, the negro
slayer of Christian Elilors. escapes jail at
stroudsburg and is lynched by a mob,
Governor Waite, of Colorado, narrowly
escai e aanaaal nation, The body of Tims.
J. Jones taken troui Gayloid mine: the
third victim of the d'si aer exhumed.
Senator luay vote for the seigniorage
bill. Foiest, By raging on the mountains
at CammaL 8& Louis polios make war
upon the state machines. -Robert K. A.
Dui r. of Philadelphia, is made publisher of
the New Y'ork .Niail and Expi ess. Prof.
AloniO William-, of BrOWn university, is
nominated for governor of Rhode Island
by Republican. Travelers' Protective n
sociation opposes a proposed lilll to tax
foreign drummers.-' booth Bethlehem Iron
works raanme alter an idleniMs of one
year. Liilian Hombcrger, aged U5, and
W illiam Walker, aged 17, of Shatnokin,
elope. Thieve break into the poatoffloo
at TimaCttla and can y the olli e sale awav
in a wagon.- Deputy Sheriff Kellar, ol
Barton, tires anon noter.
FoUiaa A buml Deudat Paris is blown
to atoms by the premature eXplod in of an
infernal missile carried iu hi- pocket.
King Humbert, of Italy, celebrates his
fiftieth birthday. The I much government
demands UiO.ono Tor French goods burned
at the World's fair.
SCRANTON AND VICINITY.
SATURDAY, MARCH It).
Michael McTugue die at hi home in
Green tildge, aged 'il years. H. V. Warren,
of Daltou, surprised by a visit from Scran
tou relntivos on the occasion of his 70th
birthday. A. L Harlatid, with two gold
watches iu hi possession, i arrested on
suspicion. The Welsh Philosophical so
ciety holds nu important meeting.
SUNDAY, MARCH 1 f.
Dr. McLeod deliver the first of nn inter
esting series of Sunday evening lectures,
Bridget White, of North Washington ave
nue, disappear, leaving a note behind that
lUggetta suicide. B. Frank Sciuier elected
delegate to the national convention ot
Press clubs. James Stone is buried wiih
military and Ustonic honors. The funeral
of Miss Kste I awiey occurs at Hyde Park.
.Miss Betber R lands addresses the Y'cuug
Women's Christian association.
MONDAY, MARCH 12.
President Von Stored announce com
mittecs lor the year in the board of con
trol. Patrick Coleman injured at the steel
mill by being hit with n b.ir. Eight push
cart fruit venders arrested for selling
without license. Fred Coon arrested for
assaulting Mrs. King. Burglars loot the
Delaware and Hudson ofBca at Avoea,
Pasnck Rielly killed by falling under a
rinder car near the steel nulls. Michael
McTague buried. Toung men of the
Twelfth ward organize an athletic club.
Judge Arrhbald grants new trial iu tbe
case of Moon vs. Dodd. Johnny Weiss
injured nt Dodge mine by being KUeezed
between cars, 'leorge, Miller arrested tor
stealing a I icycle from Robert White, is
committed to jail. Johu Wrohlewoski
-kips mil taking 1199 belonging to hia
1 1 ISSDAY, MARCH l&
Agitntor of the pole tax debate with
officials of the various electrical companies
before the coin mil tee of the select coun
cil. General manager announce hD In
tention to ecpiip traction cars with safety
net tenders, BcrantOU lace factory re.
sumes operations in all departments nn
full time. -New bridge over the Lacka
wanna nt Dickson City is accepted by tho
county commissioners. W. H. Sclioon
over, who shot himself on Wed
nesday. .March i, die at Moses Taylor
hospital - Wolf Berner, who was shot by
Ullicer Lowry several weeks ago, is re
moved from the Lackawanna hospital to
the county jail. Mrs. Mary Campbell, of
the West Sule.is latslly burned. Scrantou
pastors meet and form nlans for OlOSlng
places of people who violate Sunday law.
- Applicants for license ate heard in
court.--A cave-in occura near Fig street
and Irving avenue.
WEDNESDAY, M ARCH 14.
The coroner's jury renders a verdict Hint
the Richmond bat: di-aster whs an un
foreseen accident, but gives opinion that
ohargemen should use more caution. Bo
bert E Ilackett dies unexpectedly. Six
teen cases ot measles reported at Hyde
Park. -Iron for the Parker street bridge
arrives in the city. The work of street
cleaning betin under supervision of ( olli-mis-loner
Kirat.--Funeral of Hon. John
Tin rey li large!) attended atHonesdale,
Entire telephone business is transferred to
the new building on Adam avenue.
THURBDAY, MARI H I".
Tbe pole tax ordinance is killed iu the
selct council. Patrick Rooncy, a well
known citizen of Dpumore, pusses away.
LeuiS, Mni ... i West Hide boy, is lined
for lighting 'n n linn in the attests An
excellent eriwrtnlunwnt given nt. College
hall by Council No, 134, Young Men's lu
StltUte. Mid-year Convention Of the Wo
men's Christina Temperance union of
Lackawanna ami Luseme counties hold
opening atwioiis in Elm Park chinch. Se
cond annual games of the Young Men's
Christian Association Athletic club held nt
I Will send I 1. 1 I. to liny mtXI
the nresorlption of a new and
iio-lttve reined v t o en hi nrc smalt.
w eak organs, and sure cure for all wcnkiu hi
iu young or old men. Cures euses ol l.eal
Uaahooeli Bnatselons nmi Vsirtceeet In
lldaysi disease never retuenjk correspond
nee private All letters sent In plain sealed
oi vol Address, T. HAIINKK, Lock
Box .ot. News Dealer, Mai -11,11. Mlcb.
at Ri- aRn
II READY RELIEF.
CL'llliS AND PREVENTS
Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat,
Rheumatism, Nuralgiii,Sciiitica, Lum
bago, Swelling of the Joint. Pains
in Hack, Chest or Limbs.
The application of tbe ready relief to
the pari or parts where the difficulty or pain
exists will iffcird en-e and comfort.
It was the first and is the only pain remedy
that instantly stops the most excruciating
pains, allays uflaniinati US und
Congestion, whether of the Lungs, stomach,
Bowels or other gland or oran-.
Dr. Railway ft Co., Gentleman: I have used
your Ready holier for more than twenty-OV
rears with much aatlafaotion have used it
lor La Grippe, Pneumonia. Pleurisy and all
sorts of aches and puuis and have found It un
lading every time. Respectfully.
D W. RAYMOND.
:ii Crescent sl, Mlddletewo, Conn.
January is. Ml,
AsnaviLta, N. 0.
This Is lo certify that in February, 1890,1
had u ssvereattaei of "Le Grippe," and cured
myself in twenty-four hours by the use of
Radway's Ready Rellel ami K.dwsy's Pills
I had another attack ol the same druadl ul
dlsaaSS In March, IsDl.auil used the same rem
edv, with the same result I do not know
Radway ft 1 ' . . tne parties who manufacture
three inedlelnes. anl I have always put vorv
little faith in "Almanac CerUBeatss, " but if
these few lines w ill only induce some suffering
one t use the above remedy 1 will lol amply
repaid lor wriliiik' what I have
Respectfully, B, I . BLOWN.
J, W. BREWER, Ashbuni, Pike Co., Mo.
"One bottle of Ready Relief and one box ot
Radway's Pills cured Ave iu my fnralh of that
terrlbl mpisiut. "i Grippe.' or utfluenaa.
HAbWA S Itl'.ADY RELIEf, aided by
RADWA) '8 PlI.Ls. is the quickest and most
ctfectual cure for
Prioc, AOc, per bottle Bold by Druggists.
W e have the hand
somest line of Parlor
and Drawing Room
ever shown in this
state and we would
like you to see it.
tuil't ami valiuiMli'. ( mik
mttlt'te uliH'rptloD itml
Tor Ihi nn at all ilin
ifdn u Himiiiioli. Liver, lluWvllaK Ul-
nvyti llliitlilrr. ti von l'i .. - Lniia nf
Appvtftii HrnclAoho, rotiHtlpAtton Cot
1 1 vi-ih'si, Iiitllgeitlon, r. 1 1 1 .hi allies'., kpvt,
I ti ll u hi mat i in of tlu HuWtoU, 11 lot uihI
nil ilt rnni Hit nts of th hilrniwl vKi pi;i.
TerfrOI I lfi-r t Ion will he ROeOtllplUllVtl
by tnkln. Umlivtiv'it P1lf, Uy m tUilnif
Moll HnnkiM In-, 1 oul lioiUtoh, lllllout
ntlM Will btt uviIiImI, Mini Hi. food thnt In
(Mlti'lt enlitt IbutV It- nin isliliif I .1 ir i ( it
tot tbt Itlpporl l Iht nalui ul WMtt f tliv
If'OnHorve lli : . r symp'oniH lol
Inwini? from li- o the ulktitlvt orvaim:
CoiiKtipatloli, linvunl pilon, fnlih'HS of tlu
htixjil til tint DMUL aridity of the Monri' h.nau
KMk lit'urtburii, Qtcfnuil of ftMKl, fulnoiis or
Wright in thf Ntuiimfli, Hour nrutUutloiiH. Hink
iru or fluttiTliiK of ttio lit.' lift, choklntr or Ruf
locatiiisC HODrtutloiiH whoii In u lyllltf i"-t nr.'.
tllniiu-r-s of vialon, ilota or wlm boron the
ntfcillt, frvorntld (lull puln In tin lirnd, dofl'r
Itjncy of vet'Hpirution, VOUOWMM "f tliuMklu
und eyin. pnin in the sido, ctieHt, Hinbs, und
auduVu tl i ili.' - of hont, burning In till nVsh.
A fow duw or RADWAY'H PILLS will froe
the syntom of the nbovt'-uiiuiurt dliunl. rH.
Trice '"m . n Ilnx. Sold by OriiitKbitii.
Srnd to DR. HAD WAV & CO., No. 32 War
rvu St., New York, for liook of Advict).
EHDOHBtO IT THC HlQHieT MtDICAL AllWAslfVtM
S nEnTHOL INHALER
iNfiALin will euro you. A
wonderful benii to ranMOTI
from ('obI. More 'l li ritnt.
or II A FF.VK1I. Afordi
immniiatt rrlUf. An offlulont
rt'.ni'ilv. ennvi'iilenl to otnr
In pnrkft, rondv to tifn m ilrnt liullcntion tf cold
' oniiiiiM h uH EtTeclB Perntnnent Core.
i Hutuf fiction (TiuirnntetMi ormoiioi refundea, Prlee,
1 TaO t ss. Trlnl free nt DmcfiMH. KotflHtereil inmi,
I M) cents. H. -i '. V-, , 1 -r . :. 0.3. A
O XT 1 T 7MC JK TV f
MrfUTUftl Hiircrt itii.1 Mfent roniedy for
men I nu L nn i,, .ilnnffi, HcuBaV Lloh Ball
ltheumlil Horet. Huiiih, rutn. WimaJrrftti rem
Kir inrPM-KH. Pi lee. Cftrti. nt Onn:- p I
glBtst . ir l? mull preoHi.1. AMilrommwwItoTe. PWL.ni
For hh I o by Muttln-ws UroM..Muruuii bffOl atid
HofgAtl ft OOi
Sometimes needs a rcli
able nuintbly regulating
;A r- esc i ic
Are prompt, sufe uml certain In result. Ttio BSSa
S(Dr. Peal'si never disappoint. Sent auywlisre
' i.'.U Peal MeUtuluu 00 , Clevlauil, U.
8ol,l bv JUIIM EL PBZLPt Pharmaolst
Wyoming avenue and Spruce street
Teal of the best quality for domestic use. and
of all sizes, delivered iu any part of tUj city
at lowest price.
Orders loft at my offlce.
M. 11. WYOMING ATKNtTR,
Bear room, first floor. Third N-ition.i Bank.
or sent by mull or telenhono to tins mine, wilt
receive prompt attention.
M'uciat contracts will be made for the sale
and delivery ot liuckwheat Coat
f. killam. Attorney -at-Law. iju
omlng avenue. Hcrantou.
AVE YOL'R DEEDS AN'D MORTUAOB8
written and selmowledaed by J .
BROWNING. Attorney and Notary Public, 39
UcHOoiTtiF Till: LACKAWANNA.' Scra.e
k3 ton. Pa . prepares boys and girla for college
or business: thoroughly trains vouuk chlldrea
Catalogue at request.
Rev. Thomas II Cas.v.
WALTS 11 Ft' fix
MISS WORCESTER'S KlNDERHARTiCN
and School, Ul Adams avenue Pupflf
receivisa at all time Neit term will open
(( C 1.ADBAC11, surgeon Dentist, No, Hi
. Wyeni.i.t live.
H V. s l'HA'1 TON. eitiee Cos! Exehauue
WM. T. SMITH.
I II NS
Savings and le an Amni
on in inev on eusier t.-r-ns
and pay IfOU Iwtter on Investment than any
other sssoolatton. Call on S. N. CAL.Lb.N
DF.R. Dime Bank building
i nation will loan
I'llVMl 1 IN" AM' 111. I ON
DR ii K. DEAN. Dlauaaea ol tbe Eye, Nos
Tin oat anil Far. iXH Sprnca stri ct, oppoi
Its oourt house.
DU a J. coN NULL Offliie ill Washington
avenue, coiner Sjiru.a street, ever
FrancKc s drun stere. Resilience. 73s Vine st.
office hours: lOJDto'lta. m. and ': to ami
a) to 7.SI p. m Sunday. " to :1 p. in.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. Ofllos coi LaolOV
wanna and Washinstou aves. : ever Leon
aril shoe store; office hours, HI to 1- S m. and
U to i p. in j sTsntngs at reetdeucsi M- N.
DR. C. L FKKY. I'nietlco limited to Dl
tasss of the Eye, Bar, Noee ami Throat:
office, Ufij Wyoming ay. Bestdenoei VI n
1H. L M HATES, lie Washm-.-ton A"'i'i'
U Olflee hours, S to 0 am., l ;uo U and i
to I p.m.
loll:, u Wi.M.. m. I', olive- tH aud.il
l CominonweuUii butldtngi rceldenee "ti
Madlsonave; office hours. 1J to U, Sto I, to
8; Sundays 3.80 to i etentngs at resldsaoa
speelalty made ol dtroase ol ohj eye, ear. w
and t broal ujp gynsoology.
HJai KIIAY, aiwulaltr made on 'lis
laavs . f eie and akin : I Wyoming Ave
office liMine. I mil Ilia m : to t and il''"
HOTELS M RESTAURANT".
'V'Hi: WESTMINSTER, ' ii: :'.: Wyom.ng
1 ave. BOOBS heated with steam: ail m si
cm improvement. C M 1 hi mas, I'rop
ZiEOLER S HOTEL. LaekawaWW ave
nue, Scrantou. Rati s reasonable.
P ZlSOLSH, Proprietor.
W. li. sCUKNCK. Mana.w.
Sixteenth street, one blooh eat of Broadway;
nt l iiion Snuare. New York.
American plan. ;! 'si per day andupward.
K1KRINAR1 si ROliORS
n UTITUnB Y..l.riii:il-v
I'i. Mstrva aneaialtTi sold medalist
....I.. I,., .. 111..
M4. rrsirj n n tn-ri ii"io
lario Veterinary College, office. Summer s
livery. 389 Uix St.. near Rcllor'n carriage SUOpi
Telepnone No 41 1
I. A VI MORS.
Inserted In TDK TRIUUNlfi at the
rate of ONE CENT A WORD.
li-lll AOn VV . IITJKM A-
nevs ami Counselors at Law. BonubltoM
I M O. RANCH'S Law and Collection er
,1 . lice, No HIT Spi ll' ' it., opts.sato Fore,:
llonso. Bcraiiloii, f"tt . ; collectiolisa specmlty
throughout Pinnaylysnlai reliable correspond
cuts ill every county
IESsLT s v 1 1 A .s 1 . Attorneys and CoiiusM
lors at ' Commonwealth building.
Washington avu W II. Jiast p.
Hon in I Hamo.
w ii fassoe, Jn.
lulldiu. Washington ave.. Scrantou. Piu
1) AT I I .HSO.N WILcoX, Attorneys and
CoUUUors at Law; offices u and I Library
building, Bcrautou, Pa.
ROSWBLL 11 FATTSnsoe.
W1LMAM A. Wit . ox
lfR&duand. wii.uam i" band, At-
J torimys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
building Itoonn Hi. Si and 1
HENRY ,M SEF.LY Law offices iu Price
building, IS Washington avenue.
PHANK T nKi.LL. Attorney at Law. Roi.m
I a. Coal Exchange Scrantou. Pa.
MILTON W. LOWRY, I Atfya. ar Waslnnij
C. H. VON KTORCH. (ton vC. R scpiaru
I AMEs w iiAKU'RD, Attorney sl Law,
) rooms 68, 01 and tb, Commonwealth b'l'g
LJAMUBL w. UOOaB. Attorney si Law.
I Ofllce. 111! Sprucest.. HrrnlitoU, Pa,
I A WA'I'RES, Attorney at Law, 4l
ij. Lnckawsnna sue. N i union. Pa
I) P. SMITH, Counsellor at Law. office.
. rooms .11. .Vi. rs) Coiiie:iwealtli biiildlim
i I: PITi'llER. Attoiuey ut I.a. Coni
V . iiuinwea th bnllning. ScrRiiton. I'a.
C. COliEOYS. ;r. I Sin nee st.
B. REPLOOLE. Attorney-Loans nego
tlated on real estate security. tOs Spruce.
ioK 1 li H sr.. : an UKii: c.s.i
V lisuns open dav and Bight. Bar sup.
piled wltli tho ban
f. II. i in -x r.. I rooneor
OCR ANTON HOUSE, nesrO., law pi
ssnger depot. Condnotod on the European
jiIhu. victou koch. rropnei ir
(I KAMI CENTRAL to mrgest tad best
1 eouinpel hotel in Allentown. Pa., r.ctos
and $;.!iii per dav.
victor D. B A anew. Pronrlew.
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I AVIS A II
I " ".'i and SI Commonwealth b'ld'g. Scrantou.
If L WALTER. Architect, Library I nui
j ing. Wyoming aientie. Scranbm.
V L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect. Pried
I . hmldmg.l'M Washington Ave.,S.-rnit in.
MIM'RI.I. M Ol s
ORTON D SWAHTs WIIOl.F.SALR
lumber. ! and Dime Hank MUlOingi
Bcrautou, Pa. i
MEQAROEE BKOTIIERM, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, pajsir bags, twimx
Warehouse leO Wssatngton ave. Scrantou,
I 'ot TE's LIVERY, 1488 Capo use avenue,
II First class carriages D. L. KOOTB, Agt,
Funeral Director and Bmualmsr,
nu a ww p asnVN e i n WFtnt.lt
r uul., iI.'mIovh iii Woodware. CordaiM' and
on cioth. Tin W. Laokawanna avenue
IIAl'KR'S ORCHESTRA UUSIC for
II balls pieniis. mrties, receptions, wed
dings and ooncert work furnished. For term
tdureas R. 3. Saner, oonduotor, IW Wyoming
ave.. over Hnlhert' mualc store.
Y.RA FINN SOS. bmlileiK anl . ontra."
rotors. Yatxls: Corner olive st. ami AilauH
ave. ; comer Ash st. and Penn ave., Scranton.
f R. CLARK A CO., Heeilsmen, Florist
VI. and Nurserymen; atoro 14 Washington
avenue; green h?tn,lf North Main avenue!
BRAND I N ION THA CO.. Jone Uros
Willi: Sl KKI NS.
I OS. KI'ETTEL, !ii Lackawanna avenu
t) Scranton. Pa- mitiiuf r of Wire Screens
906 South Washington Avonuo,
Contractor and builder of Conorote Flagging,
Concrete Bluoks, Potato, Batter and Coal
Bins, Wet Cellar dried up. Ordora may be.
left at Thompaon & Pratt, Will sum Co.
Main and Eynou Streets, or at Bcrnnton
Stove Work . Also Fosndatkmsv astaraa.
Fish Wire Tunnels and Coffins. Flagging for