Newspaper Page Text
THT! SCR ANTON TOTBTTNT?!-WEDNESDAY IfOHNING; APRIL 11. 1M4.
will not ba permitted to sef m, n dafenss to
.the recovtr y ol ti' amovnt "i tiis llcajisa
whii.li Uc Is requested to Haywbea ouit shall
In brought, that hu la not 11 Uvular In merrban-
dfss, stc. Tim law rurtusr provide! thut it
ibaUMth dtttyottho county treasurer to
mm fi-ir ttio vor.iej v ol ull licenses duly r
raratdlo hUhby the swosnttl appraiser it
not pmU ou or 1,'rt'oiM the tint Uay of July, iu
pcB ami every year, within ten dyB nftar
data, aud said tion'uroj' shall not Vxidiifliai'ifed
from any such iicenno u aires lie brings suit to
recover the eamo ou or bai .-ra that dula.
.Ml who ato concerned in toll, that an aj
peal will be held at the Arbitration room,
Courthouse, in thecitvotScrautoD, un Thurs
day, April X ltW. betv.o n the hourjvr Da.
in. audi p.m., fwruty hm I coauty, at which
time uud pluce any person above BantOU, de
fined and classed as aforesaid, or their ageuU
or attorney, mav appear and appeal from
tbelr aid assessment, ol have rioJ it anv,
lorrectad. it they think proper.
T. P. QSCSLLOK, Appraiser.
LIVE NEWS OP
(Tim 8CBAHT0M Triddne's Pittston de
fmrtmetit la in charg of J. M. Fuby, to
whom news itoms and complaints may be
THINGS OBSERVED AND NOTED.
It was really aia using at the last
inaetiug of the borough couucil to lis
ten to Mr. Donnelly luuka a report an
the cost of having a new set or borough
ordiuuaces compiled and printed and
the immediate protest of Mr.Honnigui),
who proclaimed iu the same breath that
the somtnittea had never met, individ
ually or otherwisv, to make u report
Mr. Donnelly stated thut he learned
from several (?) publishers that the cos'
of printing would bo about ,?r5 and
$180 for compiling them. Wiiile the
councilman from the Xiutti ward may
be honest in all that ba says there i
one thing certain and that is it would
be more businesn-'iko to consult with
the other members of the committee
ami advertise for bids, if there is to be
a principle of economy in ths transac
tion: if not, (alio tho contract to the
favored publisher, bare it dono and
pay the bill, regardless of co3t
e f t
The resolution pined at the same
meeting "patting tram us to work on
the streets" elicits the liner, "Will it
be put into practical effect or will it
sink into innocuous desuetude never to
Lm resurrscted like many others that
have preceded it A similar resolution
.was pussd about three years ago, bui
it proved Ineffectual, for tho tramp
el-iii-nt tiinply iiruored it. In the
iitimo, nn indulgent public will
Notwithstanding nil that has bee:,
caul in the past concerning the etreat
corner loiifiii:? bnsiness, it flourishes
with still more disregard than ever. I
is aometbiug strange that a borongb
the ai.e of Pittston must tolerate tbia
indolent practice. For years it has
been allowed to exist und as limo grow
on it takes firmer root. When the new
council assumed the rules of govern
ment it was supposed thut they woul I
adl pt boiuu course by which it would
be done away with, btit so far nothing
hnj been done.
TiiEiicsr mutual insurance policy
njrninst att ack of sickness is to bo ronnii
iu taking Hood's Sursupurilla. If you are
weak it will make yon strong
Hood's tlLlM are the best after dinner
pills, assist digestion, cure headachs. Try
a box, Cos.
CONDENSATIONS OF A DAY.
Timely Topics Dlscussud in Brlsf Newry
Snow began lulling at this place
yesterday and continued throughout
the day. When the shades of nighi
came on a white mautle to the depth
of two inches covered tho earth,
Tho town hall is undergoing repairs
Among the alterations is the construe
tion of two large windows on the
south side of the large meeting room.
Seats for Dr. Clara's lecture, to bs
held next Monday evening, are being
worked off ripidly, and a large attend
ance is assured the distinguished
Notwithstanding the general depres
sion in business throughout the coun
try, th Kxster Machine works hav,
been kept busy for the past two months
working duy und night to fill their or
ders. The house owned and occupied by
Charles llnrru;, of the "Head of-the
Canal," was destroyed by (ire earlv
Monday morning. The fire started iu
the basement und is supposed to be or
incendiary origin. The house bad b?eu
on fire an hour previously, but the
ilsmes had bsn extinguished quickly.
The household effects had just been
taken baek to the house and were being
arranged in position wnen the tire
broke out a second time, with
Ex-CouDty Detective Hcfferan,
Wilkes-Barre, circulated among
qualniances here yesterday,
William Foster, jr., of South Main
afreet, has returned from New York
city where he has been for the last four
months attending the art sehool, Mr
Foster made the course in plumbing
and obtained the necessary aneepskin.
Miss Alice James, of Nanticoke, who
has ben the gnest of Mrs W. U
Strang for the paat few days, returned
Councilman J. P. Kearney is con
valescent Irom a three weeks' attack or
grippe and made bis appearance on tn
street Monday night for the first time.
Th Wyoming correspondent writing
to the Gazette says: Tne uunual busi
ness meeting of the official board of the
.NMhodist church was held last even
ing, when the treasurer reported thut
dl bills had been paid and that there
is a balance in the treasury. The mis
sionary collections for the year jnsi
elosing amount to which is con
sidered r;marksbly well. The crown -jug
feature of the church's yearly
report to be read in conference
this week, however, is the con
tribution to the Wyoming seminary
endowment fund, winch amounts to
flO.Pttft. Of this sum, $10,000 is the
handsome gift of Mr. Caroline Pette
bone, widow of the lute Payne Pattt
bone, who is an uclive and earnest
worker in the church, The other re
ports of the church for tne year show n
gratifying piogr. ss in the various
branches of the work, much of which,
it cun bo said truthfully is due to the
energy of the pastor, R-jv. G C. Ly
rfian, who is an indefatigable worker
His pastorate of the Wyoming church
lias boeti marked by lho greatest snc
Frank Burin, a Slav, 36 yearp, whs
taken to the hospital Monday evening,
Buffering with a compound fracture of
the ankle, received by a fall of rook on
the new ruilroad near Yatesville, where
be was employed.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
NOVELTIES IN NECKWEAR.
Bit; Moire Bows Still Vopulur l or Street
The number of the pretty things that are
always appearing M accessories of the toi
let dainty arrauseiaenls for the neck and
(shoulders, such us ficbus, collars and plastrons-is
evidently increased by the influx
of spangled laces that bat won auch sud
den popularity this spring. Guipure unii
lighter luces In black, ecru and white art 1
shown iu all widths, the pattern traced in
spangles of gold, silver, steel or jet. It need
not be said that the rage for glitter does
Dot affect the position of fine real lace,
which reappears this season In the form ,,i
wide, flat collars, which are sometimes al
most capes. Many a woman hns sueh Col
lurs, which she bus laid away as Leirlootns
hopelessly OUt of date, yet now they Lavi
hgain become the extreme of the node.
Nothing except a return of tho sloping
hbltlder Hue could have produced (U0h u
fliuugr. and us the slanting tendency show
no sign of decreasing we may yet bavetc
make ni decided a Stand agojnst the V.
inch shoulder scam as we have lately dout
lu regard to balloon hoops.
If U era m anything Iu evolution, we ma)
hope never again to he betrayed into the
eStttavugance ul any unnatural fashion,
whether il he of monstrous skirts, ibouldei
seams elongated IP as lu bind the arm oi
trailing street gowns. It tat her shakes the
evolutionary theory, however, to be laced
by the fact that the ancient Greeks wet
far-abend of us in matters of wardrobe
they modeled the garment to the body and
not the body to the garment. Hut man
kind must work out its own salvation, and
womankind as well, Perhaps the Dion
we run to extremes dOW the) more quickly
we will learn the ethics of dress iu the fn
To ret urn to the original subject. Some
very pretty accessories an shown, for in
stance, a wide collar, almost a small cape.i
made of bands of black, satin ribbon DOT
dered with jet orspangles, alternating witl
hands ol eeju hu e insertion, The edge is
trimmed with hu e to mutch, and an orna
menial collar finishes the neck. The big
moire bows worn with street costume still
prevail. At first they were made of sash
ribbon, but now they are shown In plot
silk Cut on the bias and lined with SYoon
(Mating color. An illustral ion of two style.
Is given, The first Isot black moire lined
With colored satin, It has a folded collar.
ami tne ends Wnfoh fall below tne waist nn
cut square and bordered with heavy sort
lace. The second style IS shorter. Theeudi
are cut obliquely, and th lace is s -wed or
in such a way as to give a jabot effect.
Tliiiifi Women Want tn uTaow,
In tapestry fabrics tho Japanese pro
duce the most exquisite of all the pro
duotions of the loom.
Tl i latest perfume bottle? have silver
covers which lock with a little ailVw key.
A popular hatpin is of oxidize I silver
in the style of a sword.
The very latest materials in articles
for the toilet table arc glass or white por
celain incased in silver. .
Turkish decorations of all sorts are
seen upon every side. The one fact alone
that Turkish gilt never tarnishes is suffi
cient to recommend the embroideries.
For the decoration of halls nothing is
more sumptuous than the modern deco
rative Japanese bronge lantern.
Every apartment should convey the
feeling o use rather than the idea that
it is a room for the exhibition of furni
ture. Both pictures and furniture should
fall baek fiat against the wall as much
as possible, leaving the greatest possible
amount of space in the center of the
room, (i that the individuals who dwell
in the apartment Will be the real decora
tion, the furniture and minor furnish
ings forming a necessary, agreeable and
plenty of crash towels in tbp
kitchen. Never let your white towels or
napkins be used there.
Never leave your clothesline out over
night. A little salt sprinkled in starch while
it is boiling will prevent it from sticking.
Keep an old blanket and sheet on pur
pose for ironing.
Keep a heavy stone on your pork to
Befp u don n.
Granulated sugar is tne prtrest oraua,
consequently the cheapest. Do not use
quite as much as of other kinds one-half
inch less for n capful,
Jammer' warm breath lures on a sweet voiced
Front soutbt-rn (J'lds to fill our own with son?.
ucliaMi i-js: with what unmlilne does she smile
Wucu, eitb a tuucful Hood,
They Ittl the silent wood,
UuMuc its depths re-echo ah the while.
soou whiter comus and calls the land hht own;
ft'ithebillinj; breath he orders, theui begone.
Bui. tickle little MDsUiri, what care Uiiy
i-jiilo to warmer fla)d
AS much ot suushiuo yields,
and hat Is then, t, do but liy uwayr
Punished i.re the), and yet their aoufc lives on,
t0 cheer the bleaker days when summer's geeA
Still ia the wind tunl throujh tho wood we hear
Tile echo come again
J1' all that woodland strain
rbat uuikea the sweetest music of the year.
Bo is it here, so is ii everywhere,
Care banishes the hf.ppy 6nnw awuy.
i'et in our hearts we'll fl-ut In axlla there
The stinshino nnd the song
Thnt to MOS life helonir
Waiting- to gladden every ehSefSBN day,
- Alleo Ulaiior iu IlBi fwr's Baxar.
RKXTKK HIIDK CO., Ino'p. Capital, (1 ,0011,000.
BEST tVtJlO SHOE IN THK WOULD.
"J dollar StfMfll lea iiulUir earntU." ,
This f.tfilles'Sdlld French Onngoln Kid But
ton Hoot dellvomd free nnywherii in tho U.S., ou
reoetmori an, uooey oniir,
or I'tmcd Note for M
Kqltoai every way tho boots
Did lu nil rutall stores for
-gJ.CU. Wo innlto lids bout
oursutves, thcreforo wo guar
tint"' the fit, ttyle and ir.ip'
and If uuy olio 1 not autlntlud
wo t;iu rcuma ine nwucy
or aOOd aaetast pair. iiefa
Uop or coninOB e:ioo,
w widths C. J). U. Jk KK.
LCSfeS 1 tn S nnd hull
Ul m ii.
Dexter Shoe Co.,
Sl'teial Urmt to JJtulm.
torn . - r .
Late News Rom Europe Upon a
of WA-ty aj Interest
LONG LIFE AND HAPPINESS
A Declaration Made By the Great
Doctor Fothergill for the Bene
fit of the People of the World
Has Aroused Much
Lmnris. Eng.. March 27 The fol-
I lowing sun muni made by the late Dr
J. Milnar Folbergill, the eminent
j scientist, wuo was physician for the
I Londsn hospital for diseases ot the
idlest, has made quite a sensation. Af
ter denouncing ode and similar sub-
tan ces when ussd as food, he s ,i 5 :
''Fatty, oiiy foods cannot be taken by
i hose whose stomachs are u k 01
whose dlneslive organs are ont of order
What lood should such people hive? 1
ay ther need food which act as i
ireogtbeur and sustain, r, as fue-1 to
:eea IU lump of life, and tn , t is starch
food. A soluble s'
DA, J MltdSKll FOTHKl.lill.I.,
will be readily assimilated by th dt
iiestivo organs. is ibe food for pooplf
ivlmsB di(;c-stivs organs nre weak."
It whs only natural that such
statement, coniint: from so high an au
thority. should hav made a profound
ittiireasion among the leading phvri -clans
and scientists of Europe, and ii
'rings into special prominence theri
cent discovery of prfiiigasted starch
food known to doctors, to scientists and
the world as Paxkoln. Comparatively
f.w pi ople outside the highest medical
ircles know of this wonderful discov
ry, but it is known toposssitb'
qualities of fleh forming, strengthim
parting, UTm (rivitig power which ha
never been known beloro in the history
-il the world.
Teats which have been msdo show
ing a weak, pale, run-down conditions,
SFCompanied with Indlgeitlon an.
nieral loss ot energy, buve show
most n markable results, und is not im
probable that the di.n yverv oi Ptsko
a Will bo accepted as the flesh'form
infoodof the nineteenth eentnry bj
the highest sUlborities in both jSflirop
till America. Certainly it is inertetflni
dod liver oils, beef iea, and the fatty
preparatiota wbiQh have beon use.l a,,
xtensively in the past, and the resnlts
so !ar ucbieved imply warrant ihe wis
lorn of those who haVi taken sucu ac
A pamphlet giving full partiealart
respecting lV.skola will be sent on ap
plication to the Prr-Digested Food Co.,
30HeadoSt., N w Y. rk City.
The GENUINE New Haven
New York Wareroomg No,
E. C. RICKKU & CO,
S de dealers in this section.
OFFICE 128 AI).MS AVE.
National Mi of Scrantoa.
W.W. WATSON, Vice President.
A.Ii. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
W RECTO m
.iawi;s Mj EflBQAaT,
Piaacj B. finlv,
.11. K. K t. : i n i: i :.
iavimi a. UNcn.
JoBECIl J. JCHUVS.
CHAS, f. MA-i'l :i I , .
John T. Poitria.
V. W. Watson.
CONSbRVATIVE and LIBERAL
Thl? bank lnvltea the natronaea ot bflltaaaa
men and tirma geaerahy.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
AST TEAR ho had saved 300.
He boaehta hoiue worth .i.S50
paid ij'.'tOU down, gave a mort
gage for !L,5jO. 'iotliiy ho esti
inatea its follows:
lnt,rott on tnortKagu. .
'1'axea and rep lira
Kstsavlni on rent
Suveil on salarv
To apply on mortgage. .
.. 'J8 :i Ul n
Si 2i m
tlKFLECTION-"Ia FOVB rsnra thai
nesisa H iii tie frpn from i tit and i ihafl
itnve a home of in)' own."
G1MCEN lilDOP l the paradise for
homo nun a Boas hava iee tly iin
Ishod brootlfal villa, whloli ttiej- offer,
ou oaay paSttlsatS, nt WISH).
Call at tlielroinee, botwosn IfaSfclagtOB
ami Atiuuia nn Ollt-e alrust. -,
EZRA FINN & SONS.
WEAK MEN Yu attention
ssj lO ' . . LLLU TO 1 Hi.
(ireat ITaffHsU Remedy,
Gray's s-p cifis Kediciae
IF YOU SUFFER from Htmt
- . youa 1 ' -
n B i ly an i Mi id. -nor 1 1-
to; u a, uu
mpotu y. ana a., a n
ar;- ti m va.- in,.', go i
MOS ill ili-mory n no e-
N8, I reraiuure l u A e aiul tn ot e..Ui
e.ib'athit lead lu lnaauny or CoaOIBptloa
and iiu -,-ii-it crave wr teior a pjmu.d"t
. tddross uKAV MI.DK'INK t(), BitlTilo,
N. Y. Tho .specific lledlenio ia told by all
d: UKirlnt-i at 5 per paeka..'", or 6ix packauea
for J.l.or aent by mall on reeelpt oi money. and
with every !5.0H order W I IARA T6
a cure or money - '
t5r""Ou account of counterfeit!) w hava
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only genu
ine, bold In Scranton bv llatthawa bros
IMIVsKIASS AND SritOKONS.
, l.i. KUC1 AR Dl'AN baa removed to (110
Hpruce street, Seranton, l'a. t.Jitat op
1 unite i-otir.-liouae bquatej
A. J. CU.NN10LL. Oflleo ail Wuabiutfton
avenue, corner Borneo atreot. over
t ranelfe s druK htora Keskleuce, W vine at.
Offloehoursi in.an to 12 a. m. and ti tol and
i jut,, idH p. m. Bnnaay, 2totJ p. m.
DK. K ALLEN, office' eor. Lacka
wanna and Wnsliinirton aves. : over Le6n
ard ah, u store; office hours. 111 to 12 a. m, and
tl to 4 p. m. ; vveuiUKS at realduuee, M2
I I tw C. L. KKi'.Y. I'l-actlco Uinlted to Ul
u i'Ki.e of the Lye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
Wyoming-lira Uendei.oe. ji Vina
I i. L.U. (JAT1SB, 140 WaabitiKton Aveiiuj.
U Office houra, to v a.m., l.au to ii and I
to I p.m.
lull., L. WL.NT, M L , OffiotH 44. and 11
lominontvealth buildhnr; residence TU
Madison ave; office hour.,. 10 to 12, 2 to 1, 1 to
t: Sundaya 2 81) to 4. eveiiinua at residenoa. A
fcpecialty made of ili-enseii of tho eye, ear, uoJ
nnd throat and nynectjloKV.
Vh KlUNAItY st;iti.i:oNK.
'V t-Suriroou. Den
tistry a BpeciaUy
itold medalist of On-
tarlu eterinarjr C'ollei'o.
UUlee. 42ii Borneo
Ti lfplione No.
I. A v. YKIltS,
(Jj BANCK'd Law and Collection of
.-. No. ;!I7 Sttuee at., rfnnoaito Kiimbi ,
Uottse. Bcranton, l a,; colleetiona u tpeclulty
tbroUKhotit Pennsylvania; reliable correspoud
flits in every COnatV.
ItBBUfBSinA.iu, Attorneys and Counsel-
0 tors at Law. Counnonwealth hulldin,'. '
ushingtou av W. H. JSSSOn
lioHAfi; E Hand. I
V II. JtssnP.jK,
AKU WABBEN K.VAt'l', Ateur- I
l.evs rue ,niiiK(,irs al. I..'iv l,,ool,lh,nn
umiaing', aaniuetoa ave.. Boraatoii, I'a.
Ij TXKBh6.N .- W iLCuX, Attorneys "aTl"
I C'oiiDsellors at Law; offieesV uud S Library I
buildiuu. Bcruutou, Pa.
Hoswttl.t, If. PATTlaSOE
William a. witcox.
ALFRED HAND. Mi lLiJA.il 7. HAND, At
- i tornoys and Counsollors, Connuunwaaltti
bud lint;. li-ciiJ'J. viian.l 21.
ij l.n h ,m sickly Law efflres in Price
liuOdingi K'tl Wnahtnitton avi-nue.
PRANK T OK-.LL,
J .". foal Bxebanifa.
Attorney at Law,
MILTON W. LOV By, i Atfya
t.'. H. VuN BTOBt II. I f n -iv
C, 11 square
AMEBW, OAKKOBD, Attorney at Law
rooms itn. r,i and 05, Common weal th irr.r.
MU1-..L W. BDUaR. Attornav at Liv.
offlei.., b'17 BDruoest. Bcranton. la.
A, VTATBEB, Attorney at Law, 42J
LacKa wanna sue..' Bcrsnton, Pa
l'. hMll'H, Counsellor at Law. offiee,
rooms ,"l. .',',. .VI Commonwealth bulldlne.
. h. 1 lTCHE.t. Attorney at Law,
- mo'iwon th miilainif, Bcranton, m,
Q co.M liQYB, tlill Barnes at '
f B. BEPLOOLB, Atturuev--Loana no.-
uu-.eo on real en
to seeurlty.40ti Bpruoe,
K1I.LA.M. Attornev at-Law."l2U Wy
HAVE YOUU DLIiliS AND MuliTHAChS
written and aekaowledaea bv J w
RUOWNIXO. Attorney and Motary Public, 29
Joniiiioii wealth Bnlldln :.
m no i,s.
QOHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Scr.in
O ton, Pa , preparea boys aud Kirla for eoUeits
or buslneij: thorouRhly tiaitui vouub childroa
Catalogue at i ,t
Rev. Thomas M, cvs,
Miss, WOBCEBTEB'sl K1NDEBGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupil,
received at ad times. Next term will oirnn
C. LAUBACU, burtfuou Dentiat. No, IU
' . Wvonnni; ave
R. M. ,'i'HATfi)N, offlco Coal Kxelninim,
'IMiL i:.LPVb,.IC Savinits and Loan Asau
1 elation Will loan ouiu noy on easier terms
sad p.'.y you hotter on investment than any
other association, fall on S. N. CAuLaN
DER, Dimo Bunt building
ROTRLSAND RRSTA Cff ANTe.
HE RBTMQfBTKK 217219 Wvn, n
live. Booms best.-d with steam: all m.f
ern Improvements. C. M. 'I mi hah, prop
' lEOLI-.K S HOTEL, St! Laeknwauua ave-
j uue, bcranton. Hates reasonable,
Ji Pikolkk, proprietor.
W. (i. ISCHENCK, Manager,
bixteenth etr'sst, ono blix;k oast of Broadway,
at I nion Square, New York.
American plan, Stlollper dav anil upward
C'UiisE lit1, or,, liuroptwn plan; good
' rooms, open day and uisht. liar ,.
plied v.-1 1 ii the
! R f'OYNE, Proprlotor.
CfKANTON HOUSE, near !., U W pas
I J senger depot. Conducted on the Kunipoan
plan. Victor Kooh, Proprietor,
( KA N U UENTK AL. The laTfa Had im
VJ eniilpuJ hotel io Allsntown. Pa.; ratu
!- and f .'.ou jper tlay.
vktur P. Barst.b, Proprietor.
TAVI ft'in 'i'1'T. Arohiuu, Bp6ms U,
I ' Wi und M Coumionwi'.-ilth Ii'IiI'b. Hc-ranton.
I? L. SVAI.'l KK, Architect, Library Mihd
J. Inn. Wyoming avenui-, Scranton.
I BHOWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
lniildinir.liJO 1 nshinuton Are., Scranton.
SUM 1.1 I AM ot s.
Tk HWAUTS-. W-uni i-u,T
luiiihnr. b and W linn., 1:,,,, i..,'o.o.'
MfcUARUEE BROTUER8, PltlNTERS7
supplies, enyelonea paper hags, twine.
Warehouse, 1J0 Washlneton sve., Scranton,
IpOJltK'8 l.IVr.RY im (spouse avenue
I. First clam carriaioa D L, I OnTU, Aat
Funeral Director and Euibalmcr.
tTRank" p. brown-" co7. whole
JT sale dealers in W oodwaro, t'ordnite and
Oil rioth, m w. Uoltawanns 7rmSt!m
BAUER'S ""ORCHESTRA - MUdlO FOR
balls, plciilcn, parties, receptions, wed
dinita and oonccrt work furnished. For forms
address H. J. Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulbert'a music store.
1ZRA FiNN A SONS, tttllilera and contrao
j tors. Yards; Comer Olivo at. and Adams
are ; corner Ash st and IVnn eye . Scranton.
G H. CLARK ft CO., S ,n.n. Florists
i and Nurserymen; store US WaaHlnirtoii
avenue; Rieon house.iljju North Main avenue;
store tele phone 7sa.
GRAN I , I N il IN 'II. A Co.. .lo
W IKK K KB NS.
Ins Kl'Ei'i'EL, aiJ Ijtckawannn avenus.
ft Scranton, 'a., niannt'r of Wire Screwnj
06 Snutti Wash n il in Avcnu;,
Contractor nnd builder of Concreto Flagging
Concrete Blooks, Potatj, Butter aud Coal
Hni", Wet Ceil.its drie I up. Orders nny be
left at Thompson A Pratt,, Will ams & Co
Main and K.ynn Streets or at Scranton
btovo Worki, Alio Foundations, Cisterns,
.F.sh Vlr Tunuels and Cuttiua. Flagging tor
We have the hand
somest line of Parlor
and Drawing Room
like you to see it.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT k CORNELL CO.
Rooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bli'j
MINING and BLASTING
iiadeattho JIOOSIO anil BUH
Lnftlin & RuiiJ Powiler Co.'j
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fu.-.ei for explor
ing blasts, Safety Fuse aud
RepaunoChemical Co. 's High Explosives
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
JIanulai-Mireri aiul D-al-rs i
lain; nil au
Also Shafting ami Journal Grciu
OFFICE:-7a lYest Uckawanna Ava.
Vi v,aS: lendlan -itras:
European Plan. First-class Bar attiehed.
Ln-pot for Berguer Kngel's Tannhtoutar
Ii Cor, 15th end Filbert Ms,- Pblladi
Moat iV-airalila for roaldents of N.Ii Peun;
lylvanla. All conveniences lor travelers'
to and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Street station. De
sirable for visiting Ssrantoniana and peo
ple hi the Anthracite Region.
T J. VICTORY,
Pi 01 Rlt TOR
Havinif fcerured the SHOEING FORGE of
" ill! ni Blumo A- S for a peimanent bus!
ness stand, 1 shall conduct N lentiflc and
1 atholouic.il hoe ng for the I reveiition. Re
lief and Cu e of Lameness anil other Impedi
ments in the moven enta of Hora s incidental
or duo to imperfect eho ing. I shall give tho
nrk my personal attenti n and guarantee no
extra charge, except for ImmoVement Lame
lieu, etc., will but oatei afternoons A free
cllnl- and professional advice givon every
Monday from to r M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D, V, S,
'S THE B'ST. Get prices ami
spp tRa lurnncfl nnd be con
vinced. A full linn of HEAT
I'RS, Ajipello uud Ghuzo Door
What is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright I
complexion? For It, uce Pononi's Powder.
SIC POWDER CO
ffll CLEARING SEE
Uionsau.U Heumttuts ul Dry Quodi. Ulonka am b'ur Upoi ilorlog
sale at less than eost of material.
Every inch of couuter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Lsdifs' Felt Hate, this season's styles 0: aaok
Boys Wiater Waists J 0 S
Jinris on. . u
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE,
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
S UPERLATIYE AND GOLD MEDAL
The nh,,ve 1 rands of flour can be had at anv of the followini: merchant
w ho will nccept THB TllIBUNB FLOuit coiTON of 20 on each one hundred rounds'
I iiiiur or SO on each barrel oi flunr.
irrantnn-F. P. Prico, Wnshlnston avenu I I
Gold lla Brand.
Dunuiore-F. P. Prir", Gold Mel.il r.ran
DanmoM-P, D. Haowy BapsrlatTrt Brani.
Hyde trk-Ciirson s U.ivis, Wn-hbnrn St.
Oolil Medal llrund: J soph a. llr:irj,ilaiu
avenue, Superlative Uraud.
Qreen Kidne-A LlHpwoSr.Ooli) MednlErand.
J, i.McH.,1,), Bnperlativs,
iTOVldeaoe Kannar Cbappall. K' Main are-
nue, Bnuerlatira rami:,;. J liifla pii, W.
Uarket strsat, Qold Med i Ilrand
Olyphant-Jaines .Inr.mh. Superiativo Brand. ,
Pw kvil o- li ,:t t S: li is r SuperlatiV). I
Jermyn c, o. Winter Co Huparaiatlfa
Arcnbald Jones, s mptoa ,-: 5o.. a dd Hadat. ,
Carl :oudalo-ah. Clark, i.0!d Msdal Brand.
Honssdale-l .N. F,s:er ft Co. CioU Meda:.
Miaooka M. H. I.iVelle.
IROM and STEEL
bla u diamond
S '.XD Kit SON'S BKOI.I8H
CAS I ST- EL
SO E C STEEL
WILEY & RVSSBLL AND WELLS BROS
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagonmakers' and Blacksmiths'
Sefcm taa Aticr i..i ,:
.For sale by JOHN H. PHELFd, Pharmacist, cor.
Office, 813 West Lacka
Scrantoa Tribune, Scrantoa, Pa., April 10. 1894.
Send this coupon, with 10 cents I
in cash, and get four of the marvelous
I Multichrome Art Gems by far the 1
greatest offer of all. Mail orders 2a extra,
I COUPON NO. 37. I
Rend or luinjj two of these coupons, differently numbered, a
With Ten Con is. nnd get one of the series of sixteen magnificent S
jg photographs. Bight numbers now ready. Mail order8j2o. extra. S
Jictii i.eA. I. lr Hunt, Aoe. 1, Utt
"Chicago, Oct. 31. Fha iir3t official
annonncement of World's Fair di
plnmas on flonr has been made. A
medal has been avardd by thu
World's Fair judcoj to the flour manu
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co.
iu the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the flour strong and pure, and entitles
il to rank as first-class patant flour lor
iaiuily and bakers' use."
TTBOLESAtE AGENT i
Taylor-Jud(te 4-Co , fjold Medal; Athertoa
4: Co., .Suporlative.
Dnrysa Lawrancs atora Co., Cold MedaL
Moo ie John McCrindle, U,, Id Medal.
Pittston -M. W. O'Bovle, (iol I Medal.
Clark's Green-Fraru 4- Pi.rkcr. Sup'-rlatlvs.
C.urk's Minmit - F. M. Vonna, (lohl Mdal.
IJalton-S. K. Finn A Son, Oohl SIcua iSranl.
NliauloD-j. B. Harding,
Wav,rly-M. v . BllssA Son, Co'd Medal.
Fact ,ryville-Charlei Ga-dunr, Go d Medal.
Hopl i, 9in.fi, M. Finn & Son, Gold Medal.
Tobyhauna-T ,l,yiiaun i ft i.-LLm Lumbar
Co Go d Modal Brand.
Bon dsboro-B A. AdMn. Gold Melil Brand.
Mon-ow-Gaiue Clen.er.ts, G,,ld Medal.
Lake Ari 1 James A. Bortree, Gold Modal.
Forest City -J. L. Morgan ft Co., Gold Medal
R. R. SPIKES
1"M tou spin week So'd with WRITTEV
frcn Of cioi,. ' If Of glOTttJ, iui?h trouble? Ind t'
! -in,,, ut ,un uj,(i.,Kiper iiui dt Diall.iiboxpsrorS.',, With ft,rrS
K'iiiiLtr,- In cute or leiiua ILt- lUoileT. AUJr ,-,
Wyoming Ave. and Spruce St.,
KING'S WINDSOR CEMENT FOE
Quarries and Works,