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THE SCKAN1W TRIBUNE W EDNESDA ST MORNING. iilUL 4. 1894.
will not be perm'ttcJ to set up in n elelVn-iei tu
thu recovury of the amount ol tliu 1 icunsn
which ho in requested tu )y when suit chU
lio brought, t'aut lie is no', a dealer in naerokM1
disc etc;. TIM lew further iiiuvides that it
chail be tho duty ot the county treasurer to
hub for the recovery of all licenses duly re
turned lo him bv tho mercantile apuraUcr if
uot paid on or before the first day of July, In
each and every year, within ten days utter
date, audsaiii treasurer shall uot be disctuir cruel
from any such license uulens he brings suli to
recover the s.iiuo on or before that date.
All who cue concerned in this, tbut an ap
peal will ba held let tbo Arbitration room,
Coort borne, In to city of Sandton, on Thurs
day. April -U. 1SH, between the hours of II a.
to. and a p.m., for city and lo.mty'. at which
time and pluco any person above Dansd. do
fined and clawed as aforesaid, or their (; vi
ce attorney!, may appear and appeal iiom
tbelr said assessments, 01 have errors, if any,
corrected, if they think proper,
T, P. G1LQAL-LON, Appraiser.
LIVE NEWS OF
Thi Scranton Tribune's Pltt9tou de
partment It in charge) of J. M. Fahy, to
whom news Items aud complaints may be
All the Current Neva EultouiUid
Peter Cawley, who was arrested
while la the act of robbing the money
drawer of the station of the Lehigh
Valley railroad, was released from eus
'Mich4el Strog ft" was predated by
the Justin Adalns' Comedy company at
Musio ball last evening befote a fair
sized audience, The performance was
a meritorious one and gave gwneral
The Union City mission will hold its
regular meeting aa well as its annual
meeting for the el-oiiou of officers in
the Niagara Hose company's parlor
this afternoon at 3 o'clock:.
Tbe executive committee of the Lounl
Christian Li ideavur union met lust
cveuinjr an i completed arrangements
for Dr. Clark's lecture.
Jucob Slierer has, as in'former year.,
made arrangements to spriukle Mnu
street during the summer tuoaths, uud
begau the work yesterday.
At a meeting of the West Si 1e coun
cil held Monday evening, the Traction
company asked permission, to tear up
the old track ou Luzirne avenue, be
tween Wyoming street and the bridge,
which bas been the cause or so nincti
trouble. Burgess Bennett told the
council that he had ordert d tho Trac
puny to fill in the road and place it in a
safe condition, but that his order had
not been complied with. The council
upheld the burgess in his order.ref used
to grant the desired permission to tear
up the track, aud ordered the vouipauy
to fiil in the truck witiiin two days of
serving of notice, or the borough will
do the work at the expanse of the com
pany. Mr. Patrick Walsh, of Brown town,
n well known employe of the Lehiirh
Valley Railroad company, and Miss
Sarah Jndce, un estimable young lady
of South Msin street, daughter of the
late Hon. George Judge, will be mar
ried at St. John's church this evening
at 5 o'clock,
M. Coolbaugh ia having the brick
building occupied by Thomas T. Dush
& Sou renovated by putting in a uew
glass front, aud uu addition at
the rear, 10x84, of brick, earns height
as the main building, four stories, is
being built. When completed it will
be oue of the easiest aa well as roomy
stores in the town.
Miss Mary McMillan, daughter of
Hou. J L. McMillan, is hums from
Miss Robinsou, who has been the
guest of Mrs. J. N. Anderson .for some
time, leaves today for Philadelphia,
where she will visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bill, of Oik
street, celebrated the eleventh; anni
versary of their marriage in a very
pleasant inanur Monday evening.
Constable Bennett has returned to
grand jury Adam Savage and Patrick
Connell upon written complaints.
They will be brought before the grand
jury Friday next.
The luneral or Mrs. Mary Muloney,
mother of Councilman Patrick Malo
Jity, who died at the home of her son
James in Wilkes-Barr, Sunday, took
place from St. John's church yesterday
afternoon at II o'clock and was lurgely
nttanded. The remains were interred
in Market street cemetery.
The many friends in this city of Dr.
R. H. Gibbons, of Scraoton, learneel
with regret of bia departure yesterday
for New York city, where ia future he
ixpeets to reside.
At a regular meeting of Pride of th
Valley lodge, No. 30, American Prot
estant Ladies' association, held Mon
day eveniug, the following officers wie
installed by Deputy Grand Master
Thomas Rodda, of Kingston, assisted
byN. G M. D.inM W. Uovm. o.
Plymouth, und other Grand lodge of
ficers: W. M., Alice Blackburn; W.
D. M, Ann Norrin; R. S, Ksther
Blackburn; F. S, Mrs M. Daniels; A
S., Mamie Llewellyn; treasurer, M. E
Henderle; chapluio, Lizzie Polly; C.
Annie Aruott; A. C, Cassie VVilliams
I. 8., Edith Bsrtlett; 0, S.. Mrs. Nw
liart; t'ustees, Nellie Blackburn, Mrs
B. J. Evans, Mrs. David Arnott ; or
ganist, Miss Mamie Llewellyn.
A large number of persons from this
place will attend the Bachelors' ball at
Wilkes Barro tnis evening. It prom
ises to eclipse anything of its kind held
in many years.
In court at Wilkes-Barr Monday
the case of Endrcs and Healey vs.
Avoca borough, a mandamus of execu
tion was awarded. The following ap
provals were also made concerning
persons in this place: Approval of
constable's bond of John Peudergsst.of
the Fifth t-'ard of Pittston borough i
Bond of $4,000 approved. Appoint
ment of William C. Smith as constable
of West Fit talon borough: Same ap
pointed to fill vacancy created by death
of W. W. Warner. Boud in sum of
I', 000 npproven.
Tus severest cases of rheumatism are
cured by Hood's Sarsoparllla, the great
'Mood purifier. Now is the time to take it.
AN' oiasary Law.
C hattanouQti Tiint.
if Colonel Breckinridge is re-elected to
cougress it is said he wid introduce a bill
Xor the protection of virtuous congressmen.
Criticising a Young Lady.
"She would be a pretty girl for but one
"What's tbatr asked Charley.
George Her face Is always covered with
purple and red blotches.
Charley Oh, that's easily enough dis
posed of. Used to be the same way my
keif, but I caught on to the trouble one
da v. And got rid of It in no time.
George What was it?
t'harley Simply blood eruption). Took
r short course of P. P. P. I tell you, it's
ihe boss blood corrector. The governor
tad rheumatism so bad that you could
(tear him bo'ler clear across the country
every time he moved. He tried it, and
rou know what an athletic old sent he is
bow. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them after
(Tarda. All the drug stores sell it. -
hi the Confidential Secret That Sti:
IT IS VERY INTERESTING.
There Are Many Persons Who Can
Appreciate Her Condition Be
cause They Have Been so
On a recent Sunday afternoon the
writor gavo interested attentiou to the
narration wblch follows. It is here
producsd almost exatcly in the words
of the lady from whose hps it fell
Mrs. S. B. Cook, of 250 Tompkins ave
nue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Her husband,
Mr. S. B Cook, bas for many ysars
held a responsible position In the R
uistersd Letter Department of the New
We three sat at the front window of
their home overlooking the park, as
Mrs. Cook gave this leaflet out of her
life oue of her little children nestling
against her kuee.
"My husbaul and 1 have beon mar
ried, ''said the iady, "almost uine years.
Before my marriage I was often tired,
weak, exhausted, aud mv strength
s etued to De passing from me. 1 was
then a great deal with Indigestion and
dyspepsia, and sometimes sine, 1
would be well two or three months and
sica two or three months, oil and on,
That was the history of several yean
sleeping badly and suffering I could
not eat any solid food. I lived on boil
ed milk, taken hot, right off the atovo
Tnat was my diet, aud 1 got very tired
of it; but 1 was afraid to take anything
"Now to get back to the year (898,
last year, was a long and us done tor
me. As the warm weather came ou 1
hoped to get better, but did uot, The
opening buds ou the trees out there in
the park found m - as weak, low ami
miserable as I had been in the winter.
I was losing ll.'sh aud strength, xlowly
but surely, all the time. My nerves
were feeble aud abakeu so that my
slerp was habitually bad.
"At lust, by the advice of friends 1
went to Pefkskill where I remained
for some time lut my friends saw 1
was growing thinner, aud expressed
the opinion to one another that I was
iu a decline.
"The doctor suggested that I tak
cod liver oil, but I told him I couldn't
hear the looks or the taste of it, either
in its natural state or as an emulsion.
He looked grave at this but said no
more about it. Sj I lay there and lin
gered aud sank: that is all there is to
say of the result of my trip to the conu
"Evsry timo I went up to visit my
wife," said Mr. Cook, "I could see she
was much thinner and more feeble than
before, although she didn't like to ad
"Well," continued the lady, "I felt
that if it were physically possible I
must get home, and so, on the 'A I ol
November, they wrapped me up and
brought me horn, what was left of me,
and what there was of me weighed juii
pounds.37 pounds less than I weign
ed iu my girlhood, Here I could do
nothing, cat nothing; only wait for
what might happsD. I had tried doc
tors and drugs often U34fnl to others
but of no use to me."
"Oa the next day after my ruturn
my nnsband brought me a bottl : of pre
dicated fooJ, and said a frbnd ot nis
had recommended it aud hoped j would
try it. 1 tasted it aud it tasted good,
nothing like cod liver oil, 1 begau tak
ing it according to directions without
feeling thu least confi Iriiee in it or in
dulging any hope from it. But it did
have a good effect, and that quickly.
It gave ma an appitite,
"I could eat the old kind of food and
they didn't distress me. Then 1 bega.
to get some strength. At the end of a
week, to my surprise and delight, I
found I had gained two pounds. At
the end of the second week, two more.
And so on, gaining two pounds every
"It is eight weeks now, and I weigh
114 pounds, iust 10 pounds more than I
did when I came borne. I can eat any
thing, have no pain, uo cough.no head
ache, can run up stairs liks a girl, and
1 know yon will believ uis whsu I say
it is all due to Paskola. "
"And you think the pre-digssted food
Paakoladid all this for vou.Mrs. Cook?''
"Certainly, if it didn't what did?' 1
never felt so will, and like living, iu
ten years us I do now."
"It isn't my wife's increase in weight
alone," remarked Mr. Cook: "but look
at ber ! her strength ! her enjoyment of
herself! her bright spirits I She had
none of those things till Paskola cave
them to her. If it can do as much for
other pople, through her statement
being published, why it ought to be
"What my husband sayp,I say," add
ed Mrs. Cook; "anything Las would be
ingratitude on my Dart and culpable
indifference to the suffering of others."
Has this case any lesson for you? Are
you thin? Are you famishing for food
which the palate refuses and tbe stom
ach cannot digest? Are you pale from
want of red blood? Are you unilly be
cause yon hare not fieah to teed tbe
vitul fire? Are you weak because your
food is not assimilatedjBre you slowly
sinking like a scottlsd ship? Millions
are. Abandon tho use of drug? and
medicines, and teat the suoressfnl mod
ern seientifio treatment. Paskola is a
food, and enables the system to use all
othe fool It arrests emaciatlot , re
(istublisher nutrition, fills op the uol
low cheeks, and out of weakness de
A pamphlet giving full particulars
respectingPaskola will b sent on appli
cniion to ttu Pr - Digested Food Co
3U Heads St. N. V. City
The chimera would draw big money if it
could be captured alive uud shown around
the country In a circus. It can only be lack
of enterprise thut has deprived tho Ameri
can public of the sight of this interesting
and instructive creature, for Aldrovandua
buys and he is u man in every way truat
worthy thai the chimera is to be foand in
Lyoia iu Asia Minor, right near that ruouu
tain that has natural WU In It aud is afire
all the time. Chicago Tribune.
The moment mauy people get out of the
common routino of daily life they get be
wildered. If they have to go to a btiuk they
find it hard to manage the instructions. If
they have insurance, or travel, or a death
in the fumily, or u wedding, they ure ut a
loss what to do. Everything goes wrong,
aud the event is bungled for the want of
Chief Gall, who succeeds Sitting Bull as
head of tbe Sioux uatlesi. led the Indian in
the battlu that brought defeat uud death to
Custer. He is not only fond of lighting,
but is capable of handling a boi o" Indi
ans successfully when In tho field and has
frequently exhibited the qualities of gener
alship. Ho is, moreover, an Iudiun of some
The FsKblonubio Young Man.
A young Englishman, who is a member
of one of tho leading Loudon clubs, has
been visiting iuNew York for several dava.
He said iu speaking of the fashionable
i oung men of New York: "They have been
grossly libelled by the American newspa
pers. I see that your newspapers accuse
these young gentlemen of imitating the Eu
gllsh gentlemen and that they pattern their
manner! after the approved code of the best
Loudon clubs. This, I think, Is untrue.
1 am sure I never saw any youthful New
York swell who resembled in tho slightest
degree any English gentleman I ever knew.
I never have seen one of them who even
divsses like one.
"There is an originality about American
dress which you aever see among English
men. We have more conventional standards
of dress. There are few of us who would
venture to dress in any marked way differ
ing from those with whom wo are brought
In daily contact. In nothing is this more
clearly shown than in the difference be
tween evening dress in New York and even
ing dress in London. No man who belongs
to tho 'smart' set In London would ever
disgrace himself by wearing an embroider
ed shirt bosom or on embroidered walatcoat
with an evening dress. Absolute simplicity
is the rule. The best drossod men are those
who wear no jewelry even a watch chain.
This abomination of wearing tho handker
chief carelessly exposed iu the encircling
line of the waistcoat Is a fanciful idea which
I do not at all understand, ghe handker
chief at best la uot an article of adornment,
and tho least seen of it the better." Cor.
Iu Search of uu Item.
Capt.Sam Ellis, who is iu charge of the
pawnshop busiueas at the Ceutral station,
used to be u captain ou the West Side. He
is oue of the oldest mou on the force.
"1 remember that I made a capture once
that was quite importaut," he said. "It
ve us lute ut night and 1 made uo report of
Jf. We didn't have to do those things then
Cs now. I left the station about 1 1 o'clock
ut night to go home. Ou the way i met u
friend, and wo went into a restaurant to
get something to oat. It was nearly 1
O'clock wheu i reached home. I found u
man asleep on the step of my front door.
I spoke to him uud he made no reply.
Then 1 Used tho toe of my boot ou hlui
gently. This woke him up aud I found he
was a reporter. He bad heard that 1 had
Wade a capture aud caiae out to my house
for the particulars. He couldn't raise any
one und sat down on the doorstep to wait
for me. While there he fell asleep. 1
apologized to him for my conduct, told
him I couldn't give him u 'scoop,' nnd
asked him In to join me in something to
eat and smoke, which he did. 1 don't
mention his name, but that reporter is
now un editorial writer on ouu of the
greatest newspapers iu Chicago." Chicago
Hales for Teaching u Dug.
Briefly, the art of teaching your pet lies
in these words:
First, make him understand what you
Always use the same words in giving a
Never teach u new accomplishment until
the lust i3 learned perfectly.
Whatever you begin to teach your dog
to do, make him do it before you leave
Always praise uud reward him when he
has done well.
Keep your own temper. D. M. Morrell
iu Youth's Compuuion.
The original "Aunio Laurie" was one ot
the four daughters of Sir Robert Laurie,
lirht baronjt of Ma.wvelton, by his second
wife, who was a daughter of Biddell ot
Minto. Tho song was written by a Mr.
Douglas, of Finland, about the end of tha
Seventeenth or the beginning of thu Eigh
teenth century, but it is a sad fact that tho
poetical lover did not obtuin tho bonnie
Annie for his wife. She was married to a
Mr.. Furgusou, of Craigdar Rock. New
Sewer Versus School ,,,
A writer in Science says ehut while us
yet we huve discovered uo way of avoiding
contagion which conies to us iu the air. we
uro just beginning to find out the ex
tremely important fuct that the air does
uot become contantiuuted with bacteria
unless they ure allowed to dry. Kecent In
vestigations, he adds, have shown a smaller
number of bacteria in the uirof a well kept
sewer thun in that of a poorly ventilated
IT'S A tmLSTONE
About a young
nueie's nock to bo a
sufferer from ner
vous exhaustion, ner
vous dobility, impair
ed memory, low
spirits, irritable tem
per, and tho thousand
und oue deraugements
of miud und body
that result from,
Such habits result iu
loss of manly power.
wreck the constitution aud sometimes pro
duce gottchlng of tbe brain, epilepsy, pa
rulysis, and oven dread insanity.
To reach, lu-cluim aud restore such un
fortunates to health and happiness, Is the
idm of thu publishers of a book written in
plain but chaste language, on tho nature,
symptoms and curability, by home treat
ment, of such diseases. This book will be
sent sealed, in plain envelope, on receipt of
ton cents in stamps, for peJstage. Address,
World's Disixinsory Medical Association,
m Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
We have the hand
somest line of Parlor
and Drawing Room
ever shown in this
state and we would
like you to see it.
WEAK MEN your attention
M-BBa IS CALLED TO nil.
Ureat English Remedy,
Cray's Spsclflc Medicine
IF YOU SUFFER from Nor
MMslBM Mm pat i i emmm VOUS Ld-
biltty, Weakness of Body and Iliad, hperma
ton hpa, and Impotency, and nil diseases that
arise from over-indulgence tuid self -abuse, at
Loss of Memory and Power, Dimness of Vil
lon, t'remature Old Ako aud many other din
esses that load to lusanity or Consumption
and an early jrrave. wntefor a pamphlet
Address URAY MKDICINE Co' Buffalo
N. Y. The Specific Medicine la sold by nil
drutnrista ut $ per package, or six packages
for $i,or sent by mail cm receipt of money, and
with every SaOO order yy- f-UARA .TEE
a euro or money ' ' -'
tWOn account of counterfeits we have
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only genu
ine, bold In Scrantou bv Matthews tiros
FOB 1 M I-UN A I. AMI l. 1 Kh A L USE.
In using u!diolu to stop pain, w should
avoid sank as lafitct injury on tha nystsm.
Opium, Morphine, Chloroform. Ether, Co
caine and c hloral atop pain by destroying
the seuao of perception, tha put lint losing
tho power of feeling. Tula la a most destruc
tive proctio. it masks the symptom), ahata
up, i.nd, lustead t removing troble, breaks
dwn thes'omac'', liver and toweb, aud, It
c-j-i tinned iu for a length of time, kill tbe
nerves aud produces local or general paraly
aia There is no necessity for using these uncer
tain agents when a positive remedy like R AD
WAY'S READY RELIEF will stoptbemnt
excruciating pen quicker, without entailing
the lemt danger, iu either Infant or adult
It Instantly atop the most eicruciatlnt
pmu, allays iuflammatiou and cures cynxec
tious, whether of the Lungs, Stomaoh, Bow
eca. or other gl -nds or m i - uoua membranes
FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACKACHE,
PAIN IN THE CHEST OR SIDES, HKAD
ACHE TOOTHACHE OR ANY OTHER
PAIN a few implications act like magic, cans
log the pain to instantly ttop.
CURES AND PREVENTS
Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat,
Uheumu'.lem, Neurnlgla, Sclatloa, Lum
bugci, Swelling of the Jnlnta, Pulua
tn liuck, (heat ur Limbs.
The application of the READY RELIEF to
he part or purte whoro the difficulty or pain
exists will afford eaie aud comfort.
ALL INTERNAL PAiNt.PAlNS IN BOW
ELS OR s'lOMACH. CRAMPS. SPASMS,
SOUR STOMACH, NAI'BKA. VOMIIINO.
HKABThURN. NBRVOU.NESS. SLEF.i'
COLlc, FLATULENCY, FA1NTINO SPKLL8
arc rellevnd instantly and quickly cured by
taking internally a half to a teaspoonful of
Ready Relief In half a tumbler of water.
Chills and Fever, Fever
and Ague Conquered.
There Is not a rom1ial airent in tho world
that will cure Fevar and Auc and all other
Malarious, B lions and other Fevers, ald'id b
Radway's Piili.so quickly , Radway's Ready
Price 50c. pr bottle. Scld by Druggists.
l or tho cure uf all dUoiderit of the BtOBV
aoh) Liver, Bowel, hid ,,., Itlailele i . Ni i .
V4US Diaeaaep, Headache, CottStlpal Ion,
Cottlveneia, luulgesMon, Uyaprpalu. II 1 1
Inttaneaa, Fcvei-.tiifluiniuatloii of the How
ala, Pllea and ull derangements ot the la.
ti raal Viaeeru. Purely Veg-table, o n
talnlni; no mercury, minerals ur DELE
Priie&fr- por box Soi l by all druggists,
or on receipt of price will be sent by mail.
Mve licxo' for One Dollar.
UOWAY & CO.. Si Warren St.. N. Y.
Best in the market
Brandt Clay PfoductCo,
OFFICE: Blnghamton, N.Y.
FACTORY : Brandt. Pa.
UININO, BLASTING AND SPORTI.NO
Manufactured at the Wapwallopou MUla, Lu
zerne county Pa., und at Wil
HENRY BE LIN, Jr,
General Agent for the Wyoming District,
ill Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa
third National Dank Building.
THOa. FORD, Pittaton. r.
JOHN B SMITH SON: Plymouth. Pa.
K W. MULLIGAN. Wilkes-Uarre. Pa
Agouti for the P.opauuo Chemical Com
I any's High Kxplosirea
I ftc UttnliAAfl !5i2K!JM.
ly t ii
IIMhIul, K, J,,.
. urcly cured by I MSA Hi). iLc yreat
:eiy. n uu awaagaaasMassiaant seljoj
DUOS , liruggiits. Sctauten.Pa
PHY! IANS AVci SI" O ON-l
DR. G. LDGAR DEAN as removed to 61
Spruce street, 8critntou. Pa. (Juat op
I'OSite uour -bouse Square )
It. A J. C.ONNKLL. Ofllco 2ul Washington
avenue, corner Sprues btreet. over
trancke'n drug store. Residence. 722 Vine it
Office hours: 10.3U to IS a. m. and a to and
jjg-L j.P..mr Sunday, S to 3 p. in,
DR. W. E. ALLEN. Office cor. Laoka
wanna and Waahingtou nves : over Leon
ard shoe store: offioa boura, 10 to 12 a. m. and
J to 4 p. m ; evenings at residence, S12 N
Dlf. C. L. FREY. Practice limited to DI
eases of tbe Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat:
office. Hi Wyoming ave. Residence, &2SI Vine
DR. L M GATES. 1411 Washington Avenui,
OUlce home, StoV am. 1.30 to 3 aud .'
to 8 p.m.
lOH.N L. WENTZ, M. L) . Omee) 52 and 91
O Commonwealth building: reiidence Til
Madlsonave; office houM 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to
; Sundays 2.80 to 4, evenings at realdeaot. A
specialty made of dieasss of tbe eye, ear, nose
ami throat and gyneoology.
t ST URGE, Veterinary Surgeon, Den
t. tistry a specialty; gold medallat of On
tario Veterinary College. Office. Summer's
livery, m Dix St.. near Keller 'a carriage shop.
Telephone No. 411.
JM. O, BANOK'U Law sad Collection of
. lice, No. 817 Bpruco st, opposite Foreat
House. Scranton, Pa, ; collection! a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
ents luevery conn t y.
I EssUf s HAM D, Attorneys and Couuiel"
J lore at Law. Commonwealth buildint
Washington ave. W. H. JESSl'p,
lloiuc'E E. Hako.
W. H. Jjbsscp, Jh.
W1LI.ARD. WARREN V KNAPP. Attor
neys and Counselors at Law. Republican
building. Washington ave.. Soranton. Pa.
ATTKRjiON WtiiOuX, Attorneys aad
Counsellors at Law ; offices o and S Library
building. Scranton, Pa.
i'oswEM. TL PATTIOSO.
William A. Wilcox.
A LPS ED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, aV
- Y torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
buUdinir Rooms 19. -i) and 21.
HEN RY M. SEELY - Law offices In Pries
building, 120 Washington avenue.
I RANK T. OKfcLL. Attorney atUw. Room
J- 5. Coal Exchange. Scrantoh. Pa.
MILTON W. LOW BY, i Att'yr27" WaahlDT
C. H, VON BTOBCH. I tun av C. H. hquaro
lAMEs W OAKPUBD, Attorney at Law,
mollis 8H, 84 and Ct, Commonwealth b'l'g.
J AMUEL W. EDGaR. Attorney at Law.
Office, 917 Spruce at .. Scranton. Pa.
LA. Watres, Attortut at Law, 423
. Lackawanna aue. . Scranton. Pa
PP. SMITH. Counsellor at Law." Office,
. rooms 51. M. M Commonwealth building
K. PITCH EK. Attorney at Law, Com-
monWHa:thbidlaing. Scree. vm, Ha.
J CO U KG YS. 821 SpiUQSjrt.
DB. REPLOGLE. Attornev-LoaBs nego-
Jiated on real estate Kecv.rlty.4M Spruce.
BP. Kit. 1. A.M. Attorney -at Law. 120Vy-
outing avenue. Scranton.
HAVE YOUR DI-.EDS AND MORTGAGES
written and uoknowledged by J W.
BROWNING. Attorney and Notary PubUc, 29
4JCMOOL OP THE LACKAWANNA, Scrau
O ton, Pa , prepares boys and girls forcollegj
or business: thoroughly trains young children
Catalogue at rucjuest.
Rkv. Thomas M. Can.v,
W AI.TF.lt I!. Bl'KI I
Miss WOHCBSTKB'd KUtOBBOABtKN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupils
n cefved at all times. Next term will opeu
p C. LAOBACH, burgeon Dentist. No, 115
vy . vv
R. JM. .M'RA ITON. ofHce Coal Exchnnt-.
'PHE REPUBLIC Sayings and Loan Asso
X ciatiou will loan ou in .noy on easier tormi
and pay you better on inveetmeut iban any
ether 83ocittlon. Call on S. N. CALhiN
DER, Dime Bank building
HOTELS AND RESTAURANT.
I 'HE "wES'l'MlN'sfEK, illMW Wyomina
1 ave. Iloonta heated with steam: ail inocf
ern improvementa. C. M. Tiilmah. Prop.
rlEGLKK'S HOTEL, HI Lackawanna avV
i- uue, Scranton. Rates reasonable.
P. feign La B, Pioprietor.
i K8TMIN8TEB HOTEL.
W. G. SCHENCK, Manager.
Sixteenth street, one block oast of Broadway,
at Union Souare, New York.
American plan. ii?i,J'J day and upward.
C'OYNE HOUSE, European pionT good
rouina. Open day and night. Bar ' sup
plied witb tbe best.
P. H. COYNE, ProDrletor.
t'CRANTON HOUSE, near D
L ft pae-
O aenger depot Conducted on the European
Victor Koch. Proprietor.
iho largest anil bj;
eciulnoel hotel in Allentowu. Pa .: ratal
i ana l&eu per day.
VICJOH D. Barnkb, Proprietor.
AVIS HOUPT, Architects. Rooms Zi,
25 and 26 Commonwealth li'ld'g. Scranton.
." L. WAL1ER, Architect. Library build
I J. lug. Wyoming avenue, scranton.
L. BROWN. Arch R Architect, Price
building. 120 V ashington Ave., Scranton.
D. Warts-- who'Lesals
tuber. D and V Dims Bank l.niMi.-, .
MEGAR:1EE BKOTHEHS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
WarehousA 130 Washington aye., Scranton,
pVHrS'tf LIVERY. 1533 (upouse avenue.
I First class carriages D L I OOTE, .gt
Fuueral Director and Kmbnlmer.
f.-'RANK P. BROWN CU. WHoTi"
r sale dealers in Woodwaro, Cordage aud
Oil Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna ayenue.
B' AUKB'S OltCHESTRA MUSIO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptlona, wed
dings and ooncert work furnlihod. For terms
address R J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulbort'a music store.
UZRA FINN & SONS, builders and contra?
1-d tors, iarda: Corner Olive at. and Adam
ave ; corner Ash st. and Penn ave., Scranton
CJ R. CLARK "ft CO-.liVaTsmen.lricurti
M, and Nurserymen; stcjre 148 Waabington
avenue; green houae,lil53 North Main avenue;
atore telephone 782.
GKAiND UNION TEA CO.. .lonei. Bros
)VIHK aCRKl Nil.
JOS KUETTEL, 5ei Lackawanna avonua.
Scranton. Pa manuf'r of Wire Screeui.
AT 1( I T V II-
Coal of the heat quality for domestic uss.and
cf all altea, delivered iu any part of tue city
ut lowest price.
Orders left at my office.
KO. 118, WYOMING AVENUI',
Rear room, flml floor, Thlri National Bank
or tent by mall or telephone to the mint, wlli
l eceive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be mado for the sale
and delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITE
906 South Washington Avenlia,
Contractor and builder of Concrete Flaggi ng
Concreto Blcckc, Potato, Butter aud Coil
Kiijh. Wet Cellais dilelup. Order may be
left at Thompioa A Pratt, Will nmi & Co.,
Main and Eyuon Streets, or at Scranton
Stove Works. Al Foundations, Ciateraa
Fish Wire Tuunele and Coflius. Flagging tor
A. B Erown'3 Bee
Thousands Eeuinants of Dry Goods. Cloiiks and Fur Capes during
sale at less than cost of material.
Every inch of counter room coveted with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hate, this season's styles fjj. each
Boys' Winter Waist. ! ..." 1 00 each:
.uff,9 ' 30o. each.
Cl0ak9 $1.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OP VALUE.
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
3Es( j8sgs)E ,
The above brand.-" of flour can be had at any of the following merchants
who will accept The Tribune flour coupon of 25 on each one hundred pounds'
... ..uu, v. kv uu cutu uurrei ot uour.
tcranton-F. P. Prica, Washington nvvnai I
Gold Meda Brand.
pnnmore-K. P. Hrlc. Gold Medal Brand.
Uuumore-F. 1. Mauley. Superlativa Bran 1. I
liyda Hark-Carsou A Davis, Waabburn St. 1
Gold Medal Brand; J soph A. lloarj Mam
avenue, Superlative Brand.
Green Ridge-A.L.Bpencar.Guld Medal Brand.
J, T. JteHsle, Superiative.
lioyideaco-Keiiner & ChapnellN' Main ave
nue, Superlative brand;0. J. Gillespie. W. I
llarketatroot, Gold Medil Brand.
Olynhant-Jamea Jordan. Snperlatiye Brand.
Feckvillo-naflVr tc K.Ist Superlative
Jermyn-C. L). Winters & Co hupera atlve
Arcnbaid-Jooas. S mpaon Oo . Gold Medal
eJarl'onda'.e-B. S. Clark, Gold Medal Brand.
Hocesda!-: -1 N. Foster & Co. Gold Meia
Minoaka-M. H. I.ivelle.
Office, 813 West Lacka
Rooms 1 and 2 Ccmmonwaalth 8ld'&
MINING and BLASTING
Hade at the JIOOSIC and RUSH
Lafflin & Ran J Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fusei for explol
lng blasta, Safety Fuse and
RepauaoChemicaJ Co.'s High Explosives
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
S THE Bf ST. Get prices and
ire the furnnco and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
HRS, Apello aud Giiuza Door
uaniAJi UUiUJJl I A
Si j 5
Hiva, Pittston, Pa
"Chicago, Oct 31 Fha first official
snnouDcement ot World's Fair ill.
plomas on Hour has been inade, A
tnedal bus been awarded by the
World's Fair judges to the Hour manu
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
The flour strong and pure, and entitles
it to rank: aa first- .-lass patent flour for
lauily and bakers' use."
Taylor-Judge A Cm, Gold Madol; Attartoa
Jt Co., Superlative.
Duryea-Lacvreuco store Co , Gold MedaL
JUo4f-J(ihu McCrlndle, Gold Medal.
PlUstn-M. W. O'Boyle, Gol.l ItaGL
CJark'B Grecn-Fraco & Parkor. Superlative.
Cftrk's annmtt-F, M. Young, Gold Medal
aleu-S. E. Fins & Son, Gold Medai Braal.
Nlrh-jUuu-J. E. Harding.
Waytrly-M. Vv. Bliss Son, GoTd MedaL
Factryyille--Charles Ga'dner, Gold Medal.
Hnptiottom X. M Finn Sou, Gold Medal.
Tobyhanna Tnbyha'i-i v L.nign Lumber
Co. Gold Medal H n
Gou!daboro-S A. Adam 0 .11 Meial Brand.
Mojcow-Gtice & Clcii.c-iit-, Gold Medal.
Lake Ariel - James A. BortreS, Gold Medal.
Forest City-J. L. Morgan & L-0.i Oold Modal
KING'S WINDSOR CEMENT F03
1 LP. J lull 111 U
Quarries and Works.
We have placed on sale
i 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
E. Robinson's Sons'
alanufactarsra of tbe Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum.
What is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with, a frenh, bright
ctnnplealoni For it, uio Poitoni'a Ponder.