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illJi bCiiAJM'OH 1 JUiiUJN ti-b 1UDAY AlOK-MiNti. iVlAiUJAi ISO. 18114.
LEW ARB OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. & Co ,
hwnrWwl f:ich Olfjar.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
IUUUT UOUftK bUUAUK.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE. EAR. KOSIJ AND TLLBOAT.
OFFICE HOURS lli&Wik
:35 WYOMING AVE.
Dr. Me Andrews, of the Lacica wanna hos
ptt I, is ui Philadelphia.
Alfred I'arte, of Wilkes-Barre, mi i
Bo r AD tOD visitor yesterday.
Miss Haruard, of Washington, D. C, is
visiting Iter neioe, Mrs, 8. Coursen.
Mr. an.) Mrs. B. S. ToWDWnd, of Mor
Til N. Y , with m tlie City yesterday,
Connty Detective MicbMl Whelan, of
Wilkeo-Barrc, was In the city yesterday.
Miss s. (r Etaisley, of Washington eve
mi", is spending a week at Oxford, N. J,
Thomas 8. Loftus, of the PlttstooQa
zetto, called on friends in tin city iat
J. J. Clancy, of th Now Voric Herald,
U in the city ou business connected with
John s. Conrtright, C. A. Van VVormsr,
ml 1). Truman Brewittr, aU Montrose at
torney, were engaged ou dusiuos her
P. J. c ole, of 108 Qreen Ridge sre,u, has
a clover poem entitled "When We were
Boys," in the current iaine of tho Bones
r'. S. Sontberland lain town making ar
rangement tor Miss Pauline Hull's comic
overa "The princess of Treblionde," Which
will b seeu at the Academy of Motto
PROMENADE CONCERT OPENING.
Music, Decorations and Uitts at Econ
omy Furniture Store, Wyoming
Avenue, Saturday Afternoon.
The old adage that "Nothing suc
ceeds like success" ha again been vert
fied in the history of the E.vnotny fur
niture company, who plaoe of busi
t:e it at 333 ami JS? Wyoming avenue
Four years go two enterpriting youug
men. L and S. Oettinger, started b.m
nets iu a modest war and by fair deal
ing and careful atteution to their cus
tomers, they have built tip a large
trade The Economy Furniture store,
of which they are the proprietors, is
already known far and wide, and has
an established reputation tuat is sure
to prove lasting.
Thankful for the success with which
they have m t, and desiring to 9liow
their good will to all pitron. the pro
prietors have decided togiv a promen
ade concert opening in celebration of
entering upon their fifth year or' busi
ness, the event to take place next Sat
urday afternoon betweeu the hoars of
3 and Z o'clock. All easiness at the
tore will be suspended daring tbe con
cert an! everybody is invited to attend
and enjoy the mnsic, which wiil b;
furnished by Batter! orchestra.
The place will re handsomely decor
ted for the occasion and an elegant
new spring itock of go-ids ezbibited.
Furthermore, $1,000 in prizes will be
given away to the promenaders. eacn
one of whom will be presented with a
handsome souvenir in the shape of a
work of art, within which will be en
closed a coupon entitling the holder to
a chance to win a x7., and all for
nothing. You are not expected to bay
anything and if voa are so lncky as to
eenre a prize it will not cost you one
Among the article' to be given way
may be noted A 1338 parlor outfit : a
VS'i bedroom outfit, a 139 dining
room outfit ; an ifs") parlor suit ; 60
bedroom suit; a $40 sideboard; a f
chin closet and a $30 dinner set son
sistini; or ISO pieces, together with
many other valuable pnzws to be in
cluded in the ran 1 distribution.
It will thus be seen that the Econ
omy Furniture company is inclined to
aim1 st prodigal librii'y, even if the
times are hard They want to make
soinebcdv happy and if yon mingle
with Saturday's promenaders. just
iik-ly as not you will tie one of those
who wiil hivo occs.-ion to r-joice.
MORE SCRaNTOH ENTERPRISE.
Middtown and Gonhan Strt Rsllrcsd
Will p in Operation Soon.
Another evidence of Scranton enter
prise and thrift is given in tne an
nouncement that the Middletown and
Goshen street railroad, built hv Cap.
tain William Rockwell and U J, and
E. (i. Wightman, of this city, will be
in operation in a fow days. The car
trucks have been snipped to Middle
to vn and it is expectttd that the first
trip on the line will be nude on Sttur
day. April 10.
The new road is five miles in length
and runs through one of the most pop
ulous nd thriving portions of Orange
county, and will probably pr,ve a pay
int; line from the start.
Tli cars will be equipped with the
Wightman motors, wnich are probably
an; eri-jr to any in nan in the matter of
It is understood that a pirty of
Scranton capitalists will witness the
trial trip on thtt new roid.
Plans for Mew Schord Bnlldlnfr.
The building committee of thn board of
control met !at night and examined plans
eubmitted by Architect E, L, Walter for a
new school founding at North Park to take
tbe place of No. 27. The plans showed a
12-room building two stories in height.
Wantsd Youni Men and Womm Out
W have bad a good year. To meet thn
demamls of the school extra teaober were
employed they ere with us now. Over
COO young men and women urn out of em
ployment in Scranton. This spring and
iQmmer w propose to take these yonn
people in our school on oisy terms.
The demand for people is not great in
any line, but count up tilt people who do
clerical work iu nil the office, store,
banks aud manufactories, and see what an
rr Ay of hook -keeper, stenogrnpber and
llA lllluilli.ua ,,,,, ii i,l li.iniirr.Lii'
Hundred of your friend have been at
fnilhlul ouhh win: ihe iiir.ttent,vo fail.
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commercial law, and wind up with thu
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You have the time come In and see us.
Wood's Collkok ok Bi.'hinmi and HnonT-
, no. F. E. Wood, Prupiiotur.
King's Daughteri Giro au Entertainment at
thu U'muu of Miss Ada Hall.
LECTURE IY COLONEL RIPPLE
Mrs. Sarah Ban-oil Makes a Desperate
Effort to Secure Possession ol Her
Child Dividend Declared by West
Side Bank Signing Petition tor
Paving of Robinson Street Doin
nick McLaughlin Arrested.
(The West Side off! OS of the Souvnto
Tkihouk it located at 143 South Main ars
tuie, where subscriptions, advertisements
and communications will receive prompt
The Kings Daughters of the Hamp
ton Street atethodist Episcopal church
gave a social last evening at tbe homo
of Miss Ala Hll on Hampton street
The house was prettily decorated with
plants and flowers Mm Hall received
the litest from S until ! o'clock, ill the
pnrlor, Many prominent people from
the east side wore present. During the
evening many choice Sflsetion were
rendered by the Apollo, Quitar and
Mandolin club, oonsisting of Blgar
Pavis, Dannie Jones, Qsorge Sm
dors, ll-rbeit Hall. Will Cadwgan
Mid Hai ry Hall. Miss Cora Storms, a
siticsr of noted ability, creditably
rendered several selections. As a form
of amusement the conundrum mom
iv us opened, and much pleasure mid
enjoyment was derive I from the game
Tbe members of th King's Dtughtors
sr: President, Ada greenback; vice
pr sident, Miss Adeline Ball ; secretary,
Mi-s Bmmn Steenbaok; treasurer. Miss
Ella Hanecck, and Misses Cora Storms,
Alice Sken it, I la Williams. Bit
Kaynor, Martha vTHHams, Abbie
Hancock and Mrs. Savelle,
Talk Ab-nt the War.
IVIonel K'.r a H. Kipple entertained a
targe audience iu the Washburn street
Presbyterian church lust evening by
hi "Retninisoeuoes of the Civil War.''
The disoonrte thronghout was inter
estin; aud was listened to with rapt
eatentioa. A viri.l description of the
day from 'tit :o '65 was given ami many
anecdotes, both amusing and pathetic,
were tol l The oolonel dwelt consid
erably on what transpired during Ins
iocarceration in army prisons, and
brought out iu eloquent words the
story of the nnjoat cruelty of the KeM
soldiers to I'tuou prisoners,
Truvt to Rsirnia Her Ch.ld
Mrr. Sarah Barrett, of Jackson street,
a womau whom the 1 iw refused touive
control of her children, Coaxed her 10
year old daughter, Rose.away from St.
Patrick's orphauage, where she had
been pi iced for some tim?. on Wednes
dy evening. When this was found
out the child was returned. Mrs. Bar-r--tt
went before Judge Archbald and
trie I to regain theta, wheu they were
piaeed there, but it ws decided in
favor of tne orphanage. After this she
tried to ?t them in several ways, nut
this was her first successful attempt.
When the sisters discovered her ab
sence they sent wor 1 to Rev. Father
Whelan. who notified the police of
what had occurred. Serge mt Williams
aud Officer Moir went to Mrs. Barrett's
home, but she denied having the child
in her; possession. Hr statement was
found to be false, for the chil l was
oou discovered, and again placed iu
the home. R"V father VTbelan did not
press charges against Mrs Barrett
Board of Dirsc'.ors Oran iei.
The Loard of directors of the West
Side bank met at the bank rooms on
Wednesday evening for reorganization.
Benjamin Hughe was appointed pres
ident: Reese (jr. Brooks, vice president;
E. L Dsvies, secretary and treasurer,
and William Gaylord Thomas, attor
ney. A 4 per cent, semi annual divi
dend was declared and sii.OOo: was add
ed to the treasury surplus.
Many Hners Procured.
The street and bridges committee np
fointed by the West Side board of
trade, bad been circulating a petition
among th" property owners along Rob
inson street for the purpose of ascer
taining how many are in favorof paving
with Belgian block. Already twenty
signer have, been procured and the
committee are sanguine of lUCCSSS.
Bri"f Notes of Interest
David Lwis, of Newark, X. J., is
visiting friends here.
Mrs LocV Stone and Miss fJoodan-
ough, of Utsego, N Y , are (nests at
the homo of Lewis Mors-, of Jackson
John M Jenkins, of Danville, who
has been visiting nt ths home of W V.
Griffiths, of North Sumner avenue,
left yesterday to call on friends at
Iiovor, .'. J
The CspOUse mine suspended opera
tions yesterday morning until Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mors-, Mrs
Eugene Morse and Mrs A. M. Morae
left yesterday morning for Nineveh.
N. Y., to attend the funeral of a rela
tive. A speriil meeting of Robert Morris
lodgt, Order of American 'i ron Ivor
ites, was held last evening in their
rooms at Clark's hall
Mrs. T, E QlllnMn, of North Re
hecrn HVsuns, ha returned from a visit
Mis AliOS Wicks, of North Hyde
Park avenne, has gone to Virginia on
an extended trip.
Hvun Lewis, of Lafayette street, has
returned from eTortbomberland,
'I li meetings of the I'ree Methodist,
in 15 r's hall, on North Main avenue,
havo been cnnlinU'd each evening of
this week, Rev. Osorga BsksOS, of
Vinsland, N. J. has b en the preacher,
ami the discourses have been of an In
teresting nature. .Services will be hold
this and tomorrow evenings, at. 7.80
l)i minlo McLaughlin, of Scranton
Street, wa brought before Alderman
Blair yesterday arternonu on a charge
of larceny, by having in his possession
an English bull pup, the property of
Frank .Uruiyn. whioh was stolon from
Ihe premises of J. C, Oliver, of Pricu
burg. MeLsngblln stateil that the
canino was left at hia homo on Satur
day last by a couple of young men of
Prloeburg, Mr. MoLaugbltn gave bail
tor his appearance and to await
Would Not Ac'. WltViout Mr. Von Storch.
Another meeting of the High School
committee of the board of control was
held Inst night, but not lung was done m
the direction of Llio selection of a chair
man ou account of tbe absence of Mr. Von
storch, A eomtnuBlcatlos from Architects
I.ittio and O'Connor, asking for street
linen around the proposed building, was
read, Mr. Jennings presided over last
A new bicycle worth T3 will w sold for
(35, The machine I guaranteed add is a
Mr bargain, Machine may be seen at the
TWO FLEETING UAYS.
A f. w Mor of the Scores Which Have
Arp-arsd in lis Bshalf.
It seems impossible that an edition of
the KucyclopeUia Hi itaunica such as the
Si'Kanton TlUBl NK secures for its readers
can be Mild for $1,98 per volume. On au
sxaminasion l Bud n to b as represented;
the paper, prmt and tiiudiiiK are excellent j
II is a reprint ot the original edition, page
for page, aud to complete its richness,
each volume has n supplement touching on
topics peculiarly American and Bp to date.
By the addition of Indexes t he itritau-
nieaisttte moat convenient of encyclope
dias. Parents who are anxious for the edUCS
tional advancement of their children
should im grateful for this unique aud re
markable opportunity of furnishing their
hook-shelves with I ho greatest of enoyclo-
dias QEOROE W. POWELL,
Principal Bohoo) No. 14
Dr. Spurgoon, the eminent divine,
said: "if all other hooks were de
stroyed, the Bible excepted, the world
would linvn lost but little of its infor
mation. Having carefully examined the edition
of Encyclopedia iiriiamnc offered by the
SCHAMTOM Till III NK, I Hud It all that Is
claimed lor it. ll is truly a grand work, a
whole library in Itself, aud Ths Tribune
deserves gn at praise for bringing it with
in the reach of the public bv such liberal
terms. ,1 W. Will I MSB,
Pastor Dunmore Presbyterian church
I have examined the edition of the ESn
cyclopedia Britanuioa ottered by the
BOBAMTOM TB1BI Nl to Its l enders, and con
ilder it in every respect equal to the Bcrib
nor edition for wbloh I paid 1188, heckle
having supplemental matter bound m each
volume, bringing it down to the present
date J. B. WHKLAN,
Pastor st. Patrick's I 'atbolic Church,
having examined a volume or Tux
Ti. M nk Encyclopedia Britannlca and
compared it with a volume of my own u
brary, l cheerfully recommend the edition
now being offered by the enterprising
management of i in Tkibuni as one of the
pes', work-, ever placed ou ihe book mar
ket of the world, Tim supplemental nut
te also adds greatly to the value ot the
Work to those who desire to keep up with
the times. The extremely low rate brings
it WithiU easy reach of all. No family
should do without the Hi itaunica.
I,, c. Ploy u.
!IS OFFER IS AN HONEST ONE.
Scrantonians May Safely Offer Lib
eral Inducements to Hones
dale Iron Works.
The following statement bv Secre tary
Athertou of the board of trade is
self explanatory: "The Scranton
board of trade have had under consid
eration for some time the proposition
of the Houesdale iron works to remove
their plant to this city. This concern
is now located at Honesdsls Pa,, ami
are engaged in the manufacture of elec
tric elevators, glass cutters' supplies,
and a general Hue of special oast iron
work, They have submitted a state
ment of their affairs with inventory of
real estate, machinery pattern, stock
etc. These statements have liosn veri
fied by a committee from the South
Side board of trade which visited the
punt and made a thorough iuvestiga
tiou. They found everything as repre
sented by the concern. Two comp'
tent mechanics, Mr. Decker, of the
Scranton Axle WOrks.and Mr. Spruk.of
Spruits Bros., also examined the plsnl
ami at a meeting held Tuesday last
submitted their report as follows:
"We visited the plant of the Hons
dal Iron works on March J'l We
made a thorough investigation au 1
Bud ths machinery in good working
order, being practically as good as new.
The buildings ar of brick and sub
stantially 1 .ui 1 1. We also find th tools,
patterns, stoeic, etc., as represnnted hy
th:n. Iu our opinion tho statement
rendered hy them is an honest one an d
the plant worth fully as much us they
"The stock subscription list is in my
hands and full particulars can be had
by calling at this office, We ehrfiilly
recommend tnis enterprise to those de
siring to invest their money in a paying
SCRANTONIdNS BRANCHING OUT.
The Union Transfer Company Will
Begin Operations Monday
The Union Transfer company will
begin operations in this city next Mon
day morning, and thus another stop
will tie taken in the direction of mak
ing .Scranton metropolitan so far as
progresaivenoss is concerned.
Ihe following well known gmiUenv'ti
constitute the new company Boraoe
E Hand, W. II. Jsssnp, ir, Oenrge
M FJallstesd, P. 8, Page, H. H, Archer
and W. W. Peterson.
The company is chartered with n
capital Stock of 15,000. James J
Nealis will be manager, thn company
having pnrobsssd his entire stock ind
livery. Theoffles will bent in? Frank
li ii avenue, and arrangements have
been made with nil the railroads hd
that orders vill bo taken on the
trains. In addition the company will
do B general transportation business
The, officers are: Horace E Hand,
president, W. II. Jeesup, jr , ssorstsry,
amlOeorgo M. Hallstead, treasurer
COURT HOUSf NEWS NOTTS
The wiil of Patrick RooUSf, latent Dun
more was admitted to probate, ami letters
of administration granted to Mary
An effort will be made today to havethe
Carboudale election contest mguisi in
OOOri on BatUrdsy before Judges Arch
bald, Edwards and one of the visiting
Marriage licenses wars granted jester
day to Thomas MoDonnell and Mary
U'Hara, Archbald, and Ulchael Pempsey
and Catherine klcintyrs, Dunmore, by
lerk of the ( loort 1 nomas.
BhcrlfPe deeds to the following for
properties sold at publla sale wen-
acknowledged vesterdsy In open court:
Marv Lavelle, t, Robinson, A, Baumao, s.
Uhitmore, John II. Swatler, United
Secuiily Life inniiance roinpiiny and
Trust Company of Psnnsylvanla
Pcranton's BuStnSSS Interests,
TBI TniBUNS Will SOOD publish a rare,
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, mBnufaotnr
mg and professional Interests of Boranton
ami vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully lllnitrsted with
photogravure views of our public build
nigs, business blocks, streets, etc,, together
With portraits of leading CltUMUS, No
similar work hss ever given an equal rap
resentation or Boranton's many Indus
tiles. It will beau lovslusble exposition
of our business reminds. .'-ent to
persons outside thn city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers ami ho an uiieipialled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
resti Its to i hose concerned as well as the city
at large. Representatives of Toi Tbibuns
will call upon VROSI AllosK namics
aie DKSlaan III this edition mid explain
its nature mors fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
iu tnis edition will please I avo notice nt
remove to J.'.'i wv
R-movul of F.
P, M. A vis worth w
otning avenue, UeXt to EliOBOIIiy Kuruituie
coinusny's store, during the tirst week in
NOTES OF SOUTH IE
Honesdale Iron Woiks Will Probably Be Lo
cated In Ibis Part ol City.
LOCATION PROPOSED FOR IT
John Casey Says Good Bye to His
Butter Hall John J. Coyne the
Victim ol a Malicious Character.
Practical Joke Played on Austin
Peckins Other tvenls and Inter
osting, Personals Chronicled.
It i almost an BSSUrsd fact that
another Industrial plat will l built on
the South Slda in the near I Uture. Tho
Honesdale iron Works, employing a
Urge force of men, will probably be
transferred from its present site iu
tloneedule and built ou the ground
tht William Conuell offered to the
prospectors of thu Scranton Lie
factory, Tho plot is situated (III tile
level, overlooking thS lownr steel lllill
ot th Laokawana lien ami Steel o im-
puny, and contiguous to th ground ou
which tie- Scranton Axle WOrkl stand.
The Miuooka line of the Bcrsuton
Traction egmpany panes within a
block of Hih place, and railroad
Facilities ara like wise convenient. Tbe
matter is not entirely settled yet, hut
Ihe arrangements have prOOSSded SO
far a to guarantee an assurance that
the i ml us t r v will come to this side
Th owner of the works, James Wood,
is favorably impressed with the loos
i ion offered,
alai'ilage a Failure Here.
John Casey, the chubby husband of
M iris May fjillard, of Palm sheet, lelt
town secretly early this Week, and Ins
wife says he is gone to slay. A few
months ago Casey led ihe dashing
widow to the altar aud swore to love,
cherish mid protect her (or th rest of
her natural life. A week or so sfrsi
the knot win tied, letters In feminine
Cllirographv arrived for Mr. Casey,
postmarked Sparrow Point. He was
somewhat avers to letting hit wife
know the contents of the letters ami a
family war ensued From that lime on
the angel of peace has oeen a stranger
nt the Casey household. Thu end came
this week with the (light of Casey.
A Contemptible Trick.
A contemptible Mijoak used a pocket
knife on the upholstered cushion of
John J. Coyne's buggy tho other night
Mr. Coyne leaves his wagon and cr
riage iu an open wagon shed adjoining
his stable, and was not incline I to feel
uneasy as to their safety. Wednesday
morning on going to the stable he
found the cushion and lining of his
carriage hacked to pieces with a jack
knife. He has suspicion as to who
committed the de.-d, and intends to
A Practical Joke Played.
Austin Peckins, wighmaster at the
Meadow Brook colliery, was the vict im
of a practical joke yesterday afternoon
The fireman at the same place, James
Dougherty, went to the woods the
other day and captured two live nios
(nito hawks. He told Peckins that they
Were pheasants and agreed to pres. 'tit
them to him if he took good care of the
charge. To prove the interest he Would
take iu his new acquisition, Prckiiie
stayed up all of Wednesday night
building a proper cote for the reception
Ol the feathered foundlings. Doherty
transferred the brace of hawks to Peck
ins. who was so careful that in the ex
citement he took nonotios of the birds.
After bringing them home th truth
dawned en him and he gave vent to
pent up feeiings in language, no doubt,
not nided for au abseuce of strong nd
Miss Mary Snow, of Prospect avenue,
returned yesterday from u week's vi-it
Oils Kemp', of Cedar avenue, intends
to take a southern trip on or about
Toady Walsh, of Minooka, is very
dangerously ill of pneumonia. His re
covery is not expected
W. J Hums, of Pittstou avenue, is
visiting In Avoca.
The ti year-old son of Thomas II
Spruka, of Prospect avenue, whose in
ness was noted yesterday, is iu a very
critical condition and his death is hour
ly looked for.
Ileorge limine returned yesterday
from Pittsburg and is visiting his
mother on Cedar avenue.
Mlehael MoLougblin, an undertaker
of Wilkes-Barre, returned home yes
terday after a few days' visit among
friends on this side.
Mary Ssrgssnt, 8 years old,daugbtr
of Edward V. Sergeant, of Prospect
avenue, died yesterday afternoon. The
funeral will take plane torn irrow after
noon at II o'clock. Interment iu Hyde
Park cemetery. This makes the sec
ond loss, by death in Mr Sergeant's fam
sly in three weeks. '
Ibuiry LaUbschsr, of Pittston ave
nue, will occupy the hotel of (His
Rempe,0U Cedar avenue, after April 1
UN NEW PATROLMEN.
Will lie Known When Mnvnr Acts On
Polio Ordlnano Monday.
It will not he known until Monday
noon what Mayor Oonnell's action will
be regarding th new police and appro
priation ordinances, Monday noon is
tho beginning of the fiscal year of the
The police ordinanos provides for the
new osptninoy and four lieutenancy
offices and the appointing of ton addi
tional patrolmen For tho latter post
tions there are In the neighborhood of
800 applications, Who the successful
Cdidtdatss will be cannot anthoritlvely
he slated now.
Tteadlentnn Woors's and Ballantlne'e
Alee are the lieet. E. J, vt ai.hu, ngeuL, S
PUDTCTT I U THE
205 Lackawanna Ave.
LABOR DV CELEBRATION.
Qrand Demonstration to Take Plactln
This Citv on May 7.
On Labor Day, Monday. May 7, a
great demonstration and picnic will be
held nt Central Park Harden under the
BUSpiees Of the Central Labor union of
this city. Tlie movement to inaugur
ate this observance i now well under
headway, the lenders being in corre
spondence with some of the ablest and
best known labor men. who it i de
sirous shall deliver addresses on the
day of the celebration,
A monster parade will be given in
which thu following organization will
Barber's onion, Jiaker's union, Boiler
maker's union. Bricklayer' union,
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen,
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen,
Clerk's union, Cigaruisksi's union,
Carpenter's unions Tin, 503, 701, 484,
Glassblower's union, Knights of Labor
assemblies, Lather's union, Laceweav
er's union, MotOI men's union, Machin
ist's union. Mold. oV union, Mail Cat
rier' union, dr ier of li til way Oou
dnotors, Painters' union, Plasiors'
union, Plumbers' union, Switchmen's
union. Stonecutters' union, Typo
grapllioal nnion, Tinners' union aud
the Wnkes Baric Lane Maker' union.
E Q Worden, ol Carpsnter's union.
No 714. will he marshal of the day
ami music will be furnished by tl o
PARKER STREET BRIDGE
His Old Structure Taken Down to Us Re
p herd bv the New One.
The work of tearing down th old
Parker street bridge preparatory to the
woi k of rearing the new structure, has
been completed and teams are now
Compelled to cross on either the race
course or the Dickson City bridges. A
substantial foot budge has been erect
ed at fins point, however, and pedes
trians are COBBequSOtly not nit to any
Til progress of the new bridge hae
not been as great as was anticipated it
would be, oiving to the difficulty ex
perienced on Bccountof tbe high water.
It has been found necessary to con
struct a coder dam to hold back the
water, a work now being performed,
ami for which Street ( 'ommissioner
Kirst kindly allowed the contractor to
use some of the timbers In tho old
Jiikt at what time the new bridge
will be completed cannot be deter
mined, but the work will be pushed
along just as rapidly as existing ex
laglueles will admit.
Go where they have
the best selection.
RICH CUT (il.ASS,
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenua.
rc at freienl ihs Moot Popular ami Prtftmo' ty
Wsrsrsemsi Opposite Columbui Monument,
?o Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
hi) yon hunt, fish, rid' n Wheel, or
intend toi Do you want fine Pocket
t'ullerv, a lienor, or any of the nnmer
ons articles sportsmen and sporting
men use: If so. on and after APRIL
A. W. JURI3CH
Will be prepared to lurnlsh soma at
reason ible prices at Ins Store,
435 Spruce Street
Remember, everything new; iock
just bought . no old Stock 10 dispose of,
i 'all and eximin and you will s ive
tiiii" ml m nicy
DON'T IMH, l nv
To the dollars whan they will bring youeaeh
vain In return a Is offered you here, Who
ever heard of snob, s ohsnee!
A $150 Bicycle for $75
W are oil,. rim; oar BOYS' ani QIRLS'
WHBBL8 at very low prices c,i not go
bv 'he catalogue list
Florey & Holt
222 WYOMING AVE,
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES.
Martin 6c Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
E INVITE your attention to our new
new spring stock, which is complete,
and beg to add a word with reference to the
advantages offered by us.
I he particular care exercised in the se
lection and manufacture of all garments, the
perfection of pattern and novelty of design,
all guarantee the best value at
No Higher Prices
than are frequently asked for goods of infe-,
A careful inspection will convince you of r
Collins & Hackett
Fine Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers,
220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
e. W. OWENS
Cloak Makers and Furriers.
Three of Our
Hit' New English Jacket, Fuli
Sleeve, Large Reveres, Full Buck,
Tun, Navy, Segai Brown, Mixed
Brown and Grey, A. very nlish
Jacket. Kit and shape perfect.
SEE Tilts NUMBER.
We will give yon a choice of four
styles of Jackets, Clay, Twill or
Covet Cloth. For dress or -troct
wear there are none better.
( Cloak Makers and Furriers,
Court House Square.
Special for This Com
Ladies' Kid Button, poiuted and
Philadelphia tons, patent leatuer
tips; special price. $2 60; worth, 3 B0.
Ladies' Dongola Kid Button,nand
sewed, special price, J3; worth $4 00.
Misses' Kid Button, plain teoe,
spring heel, special prion, $150;
Boys' school shoes, Dongola top.
size '.'J to 5), special pric, Si. 50;
Men's 'alf TstPiit l,ntlir Lsc",
pointed toes, special price, S3. 00;
Men's Calf Hlnelier. hand seivel
welt. Pioeadilly Ust, special prict'.
$2 8g; worth f 1 00
Little Boys' Shoes, tmttnn and
lace, spring heel, made "just like
pip i s. " sizes j to 101. special price.
$150; worth $1.1K
Youths' Calf, button and lce,
spring heels, Qoodyoar welti iz-s
U toil, special price. Si; worth. $2 50
SC HAM S Arcade Shoe Stow.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
r AST Y BAR he had saved $300.
J He bought a house worth $1850
-paid $300 down, ave a mort
gage for $1,650. Today ho esti
mates B8 follows:
Interest on in, Tsiratfe.
Taxes and repair
Net saving or. rent
ShvcJ on salsrr
. as M u .-(0
Tonppi) on mortsat S"1-' J
RUFLKCriOS In VOVB rsan thv
tlnUM Will be free fi-eni debt and I ihall
have a home of 111 own."
GRKKM RinOB Is ths naradlse for
hones nan 4 sons have iwentiy tin.
isiied a bcanttmi villa, arhlcti they oflVr.
mi ons paymeBta, at siim.mi
i ail 111 their offloe, betwaea n -i. . -.w 1.01
and Adams en Olive itveet,
EZRA FINN & SONS.
The Oreat Marvel of Dental Bdenoe
A recent discoverj aud the sole
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J.O. SEA MONS SAYS ABOUT
Hits BENWOOO A WARDELtl
After having aleven tscth extracted nt
one sitting iijr thapalnl method, 1 pre
minion it min i, atiafaelorv m every
piulli-ular. ,). o. BKAMONS
The GENUINE New llaveu
New York Wareroonia No. 80
E, C. BICKER & CO,
Sde dealers in this section.
OFFICE 128 ADAMS AVE.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tim Specialist on the Bye Heaaaehss snd
Wervonsaese relieved. Latest and improve!
style of Bye Qlasese and Sw taeles ot tho
Lowest Price Hunt Artlnoial Byes Inserted
ao. SPRUCE ST., op. Post Of fie