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THE SCR AN TON TBEBUNJB J'LtlDAY MOKJN1JNI. AfKlL 'Ji. 1894.
P. E. WOOD,
rtmr.tsnnn DAILY and wieki.t in scran-
TON. T'A.. UV Tilt 'U.IUUNS fuuueniNO
Nrw York rricm: TninrtNs Bou.niNo.
FHANK H (IAT MwAdKll
littered a' the YMfoffire nl Smut' n
Bstoad Clam Mail Matter
THE 8CRANT0N TRIBUNE.
SCRANTON. AWNI, W, I8!U
It is INTIMATED lJ f ri nils of Captain
John C. Delttney that if Governor
Hnstinus ulsould ilesiro to put pur
tieulnrlv artvptatil- polities! present
into this stalwart Rspubliesn's uext
Xmas stocking, be eould not do better
ttiut to m ik- the oaptain a present of
ltobert Watehorn's berth as faotory
Widen the Fire Limits.
While no practicable extension of
the fir liniita of this city would bare
prevented the terrible experience that
surdsy befell Mr. anil Mrs. l'hilip
Sohnsldar at 1734 s.ti.ff..rd uv tine, iu
the wipiug out f their hum by rlainss
and tbe loss of their three children,
t hia latest blaze renews attention to
the need of more modern inuuicipal
legislation with reference to fruuie
buildings. A life is just ns precious at
the lower ex'remity of the Nineteenth
ward as it is in the crowded heart of
the central city; and if there it any tie
Vice of law which can tend to prevent
similar fatalities in the future the -ub-jecukould
receive attention withoutde
lnv. The narrative told by the only sur
vivor of Ibil fire who was in a poel'ion
to know anything about the fots is
well worthy of thought. Rati dim in
a B re sliU'i wnicu bad DWtlier weatu.-r-I'otr
mc viuiout nor wall pp r
wit' i , tbe mothaf left three or tier
oblldrvn stlevp iu itie loft an i w ut on
ner d.ily r on tin She taya there bad
been nt inulv o tir-' ibonttbe pr-m-laee;
sml thai the ri tt sight which met
her iM after bod cone from boot
Waa th ipaetacle of t l.nt in one
lartd bsji "f U me. The three In
fant sie'per w. rj novw iwokenod, so
su i.l.:ily did tri tin ler-lik st-iu-ttire
yield to the eUuient. And evei b til
tt-r ben aOCIM to tliem, it is doubl
fnl if any Kiciier could have return-1
We ure p.irticuiar with rsference to
tins details for the r-aou tba. Scran -ton
hasui.uy other tire-traps almost
an ex.ct duplicate of this 00 i but
lacking the excuse amen explaius why
thefe poof pooplo lived in tbe home
that they occupied. It is to prevent
the multiplication of such structures
iu fniure, in localities. no now covered
by tbe existing oniinauce, that a nw
tr.Iinanc is uee.led in this city An
action iu equity is possible at auy time
on ti.e part of a property owner whose
holding is jeoparded by t'i unsub
stantial character of the buiblin Mgl
door; tut this opportunity does not
rean"ire the l.nman sleeper who may
uwakrn at any moment to find bimtl
s;irruundJ b rl .lU'-a. and upon whom
ti e veiiKe..i.c- if the tire is usual. y
rreaktd long before any eartnly court
:ould issue an injunction.
B RATO If OXfl il evidently a hope
less cui.v.-rt to the tueory of vicariou
taxation One tihmi ia aJroadjf asnrd Th.
lemvtid for oim s-ion to nxt month's
itato Movent I . will be MB thing
Wouderful. Nearly all the av itlshle
hotel mom in Harrist)or hualr-aiy
been bstuken an 1 everytbing- points
with unerring certainty to a regular
tidal wave of popular Interest and
party entiiusiasm. Secretary A. D
Fotterolf, of Montgomtrr, has been
aelected by Chairman Oilkeson to look
afier tbo detail work of the conven
tion, which is an assurance that it will
be well done.
It B still possible, if not altogsther
conventional, for a base hall player to
be likewise a gentleman.
Harrison on Silver.
Having just returned from a long
aoj uru in tne west, where it Is safe to
nssumn he had every opportunity for
gelling thoroughly in touch with the
u'lVocates of silver monometallism, ax-Presid-nt
Harrison's discussion of the
allvef qneation in his spech before tb'
Indi lO Republican aonvaoti o Wed
nesday bears every evidence of beiog
careful, liberal and sincere. Let n.
listen a moment to his wise and mod
The Repnblican party is friendly to a
restitution of nlv-r to a place of honor
among tne mutey metals of tbu world.
Home of mv friends In the west thought
I was uttHriog new doctriDes wbeo I de
clared that I belirvn the free ue of sil
ver upon an lotarnatlonal agraamant that
would irn-ure the continued ('qnality with
gold, would do more than snytbing tbat
I know of, rave the establishment of the
protection principle, to bring again pros
perity into commerce. '1 he trouble upon
tnis question Las Deen mat some or out
western friends would not receive any
man as tbe friend of silver who bslieved
that wacould not coin it freely and main
tain Its purity with gold unless by coming
into au arrangement with thu other great
commercial nations of the world. They
ehonld have beon moro liberal. I believe
today that we oan see In England, the
nation that has stood most strongly
against the larger use of silver, and in
Germany, a nation tbat has followed
England, tbe clear indications of the
growth of a sentiment for a interoation
nl agreement upon this question. It is
increasing In power, and 1 believe if right
ly and wiely encouraged and directed
from America it will finally bring other
nations, by the compulslou of their own
neoaeaitiat, into accord with us upon this
If it be contended by silver extrem
ists that this ia not instantly definite,
let them show bow any otber policy,
consistent with tbe national honor, can
aocomi'tlsh quiekar results, It Is cer
tainly in excess of all reason to suppose
that the United States alone, against
tbe opposition of tbe financial nationa
of Europe, can uphold the decliuing
value of the white money metal
through tho Bhecr fiat of legislative en
actment. If International agreement
be not tbe only rational remedy, its
counterpart baa evidently not bean in
troduced; and moat free silver alvo
cat concede tbla by tbeir willingness
to accept temporary aud shifty com
promises. Tne decision reached iu the)
Indiana Republioan plafoiniis later
eating as illustrating one phase of tbe
western financial pulse. The currency
plunk adopted at Indianapolis reads:
We believe ii a currency composed of
gold, silver and paper, readily convertible
at a fixed standard of value and entirely
under national control, and we favor the
imposition of increased tariff duties upou
tb. imports from all ronntrie vrhiob op
pose too coinage of sllve up hi a hasla to
M determined bv an Int- rna i ml OOO
Br'a tor such purp He. Wo iieu nnoe 'he
avowed pnrpuae of-the Damooratto partv
to restore the era of "wild-cat" luou. y.
I ibis me ns anytbiug, it mean
thai we must wait before We can rj
liabilitat" silver; ind miytiewiai w
haVH waited .1 few y9irs it will nol
then be necessary to p izz e our h-a Is
lurther about a m-tnl that seems nat
urally to gravitate lower mid lower
Bl'RdKSS NlCIl LS. of Pottsville, has
been bavini: an experience with the
cowboy evangelist Rice, which is
similar to that bad by the municipal
authorities of Bcranton. Tbe same
taotics wars pursued bv Mr. and Mrs.
Rice in Potteville that marked their
local sojourn; tbe only difference beiug
that when tbe borough police ordered
them to quit blockading the streets
without a permit from tho burgess
they appealed to the audience and the
policemen wore prevented from niak
iugan arrest. The incident confirms
tbe conclusion of most Borantoniant
tbat these evangeliltl are mora intent
on acquiring Iree advertising than tiiry
aro on spreading the troe Gospel.
Don't Do It.
A rumor is current iu political cir
cles at Harrisburg that the friends ot
Senator Cameron, iu order to spike tbe
gnus of those who oppose his re election,
intend at next month's state Uspnb
liuau convention to force a free silver
plunk into the party platform. Tbe
plank, It is said, will be cunulngly
phrased so as momeatanly to disguisn
its real meaning, but aftward will be
cited by the Cameron workers as justi
fying tbe Donegal statesman's attitude
on tbe silver question und necessitating
In th- language of Puns'i to ths cou
pie about to g-1 marrie I, "Don't I"
Tnere i uo demand for a fi a- il v r
pi mk in th- pi itfora of Pennsylvania
B pnl ioun Tbe people of this c ui
tuo'iwe th b iVe taated lr ly of th-'
Utter fru.u of this Impossible aftta
li in. Tusy i.aVe seen astuvsrof feat
levelop U ider Its OfOTOOaUoa iu o a
prolonged and destructive basiaees
panic They uave bad practical de
monstration of tbe bopeli ssuess of the
Popnlistic panacea to rente ly monetary
fVtls. And they are to lay iu no mood
to have this paluful issue wtnpped
once more around the stump merely
for the delectation of J. Donald Cam
erou. Pennsylvania mav have its occasional
x'.remisis, but the over-whe'.mtng
sentiment of its intellectual masses is
emphatic for an honest currency The
silver arais m its present foim doaa
not obtain a mong in I must not le
engrafted upon our politics by ny ar
tilioe of minority le lgardnmain.
It will gratify KspnMisans everv
wli-r t" know tlut thrir felloWpartl
sans fi( Iri'lians hava name I fur scrr..
tary o( ststo tli c itirif.ias entlemao
who dvisil lbs U i n liniuiKratioi! law
and, rlurinif Prealdral FI .rrison's ail
rjiinistrntion, was tbo L'uitrJ Btates
snpariaieadenl of itnuixrutloo. The
cor. Hal enttusi ism crvstrd !y th
tudld cy of W. D uu, of Lofaae
purt. odH is proof that th Bepnbli
t'stis of the iluosirr stale, in kddltioo
o recogiilziun p.rioiil in r i t wlin
tbe tee it, bare likewise generous ni
proval for honvst .flirts at iiu'iiur-t-tton
rKStrlction. Th e&tir In Han .
twlc-t i strong and rreditabU; bni
thle nntoiuslion at Its lisad is doubly
To Ward Off Epidemics.
Th pretence oi .tuili poj in on or
two niigbliorin coruuiuuitirs, whiU
not suflk'irnt to justify nUrm, oug.it to
Inspire eTer BcraDtonlao witn tbe de
tsruunation to take reasouabln iirecan
tlois Although s if mists uiay not
asrss on som of the tsobnicsl points
about this spi liuic, It is agreed tbst
ibe one sovereign antidote is gnrral
'leanliness ; and that the community
wbieli Is olean will not have serious
In a comparative sense Ucr inton to
day Is uncommonly clean. Its streets
are newly swpt and it curls, hack
y irds and minor pnasagswsys are in
Hi" muiu without rrpioncb. Bui th-r
are portious of tli ci' of winch this
ctnnot be add One loeali:y in pir
ticulr suuKBstsitl to, us ns dancr
ous, tlin u'b whosr tuult or owrsistbi
wti do not know. To th soutn of
Providence road lies a stretch of st sg
usnt wat r, surn nu.led by a miniature
morass. In the hot sun this watr bnii
acqnired u f,rvuiab scum, which, if il
stioll be allowed to dry and be scattered
in tbe form of dust, will bide ill for
the bmlth of adj dntasj residvnts. Ma
laria ut trust, if not mors serious possi
bilities, lurks in this ill smrlling and
repnlslve looking pool.
We mention this particular iustauc
becanse it occurs to us, in psssiug, as
one that is uo doubt typioal of asveral,
if not manv, aueh spots at earlona
poiuts in ticrantoii and the snrroan l
ing territory. We hnr.i made such
good succiss In cleansing thu central
portiou of to city that it would l.
doubly unfortunate to have uu epi.
dvmio befall ns on account of these
outlying cess pools. This is naturally
a period of much mild sicknsssitnd tne
entire city is experiencing its full share
in tho form ot meaales, scarlet fever
and diphtheria. These minor troubles
should re-einphusiEa the used of con
stant vigilauce iu the provontlou of
TrtB New York Sun frankly con
fesses that the Democrats iu congress
are dlrsctly responsible for the Oozey
mania. This faet was pitent before,
bnt opon confession is good for sn
TnE adaoe: that most things come to
him who waits wonld seem to be vindi
cated in the experience which has just
befallen ez-Chalnnau William il An
drews, of Crawford. Wbsti a few
months ago the political storm clouds
were gathering ominously abont bis
1 1 end he merely took to shelter, snd
waited. The clouds have apparently
rotlod by to a oonsiderable extent, for
when tbe Crawford county primaries
were closed last week, it was fonnd
that Mr. Andrews bad reaped the seuu
torial nomination harvest, hands down.
He was dsfeatel for the same office in
1890 by Senator Logan, by n vote of
(1,129 to 0.906; and tbe distriot this year
lies directly in the trail of the Popu
listio hurricaue whioh is expected to
follow the nomination of ,1 ;' . -.
l-y for governor, thns iotro Inolog new
l"iiients or oiiosftttntv. Bi if Mr
Amir ws w.ll iion-a'lv r p nt of Mini
nasi l ii is iii I k I his a in I f url .
m 1 qt r I ga si CtiUefoo, b m y
ne rorgiVen 'ii ' I 0fd,
Within tiik pas' iu dnya a o irions
ihing baa occurred t th port oi N w
York Naarlj $10,000,000 in pure bul
lion g"'d ias bee i shipped out of this
com y, y Am riciu investors, to
Pane, .. . r - it will form the part pro
ceeds ol I laru-e municipal loin. I is
a c mp .ratively new incident In o.ir
history to beYC American capital 10
scared at borne investments as to be
willing to go to Europe rather than r
main idle in the vaults. Ordinarily,
ths balance of investment, as also of
trade, is just the oth. v way. Or lina
rily, too, we have a Republican admin
It will BI many years before a
fundamental truth is better expressed
than this one from the speech of ex
President Harrison to the Indiana
Republican convention: "The Ameri
can workman is realising to lay Ihil it
is not possible for bin to separate hiu
self in interest from the m uufaotur r
who employs him ; that be cannot lis
ten to the wild and vicious appeals
which hare been ma le to httu ;r strik
at the men who givs employment to
labor without bringing the blow back
iu recoil upon himself aud upon bis
It is said that several western states
men of tbe Populistio persuasion are
secretly scheming to raise a partisan
issue next fall having for its Mtanatble
purpose tbe dissolution of the Ameil
can union aud the formation of a BOW
free silver coinage government west of
tbe Mississippi We say ostensible,
becense of course the resl purpose is
nothing m i u s-ri us tban to gt the
suthor- ( tbe movein- 't bdfon th
pill lie For tills leas oi ire don it print
ibelr u ones; nut if U id .-aui desir a
te npply lb err etive s'ij.per It will
no doubt eaailj be possible to scour.,
their pres. i . sddreaaes.
Amu R Day ought to have a ve v u,
flnentia) meaning; and possibly it
si aid luve if th' psopla wonl i lnbvd
fewor gsms of thought au 1 a larger as-
SOrtDSOt of trees.
Thers is no ne of talking; When it
dues to talkiog our tslkers re not in
th. race Tbers isn't a talker iu ai.
this talkative town thst can tslk any
Wi.er ir j ivui .i n U St inlv Wo 'd
ward when he a ts uu tor a ii"ch at
4! i. its' social session, llils w newlv
Installed tbe other eveniug in Yilks- I
Bam when, after all tbe picked co
horts of Scranton oratory had been !
I tiling by train ! rviuuian lers at tb
Ditadel of Wilkes li rre tpprsxl itton, tt ;
lesi.lutsly failed to cspi'ulste un.il the
muiable presiding magistrate at tne
sitting Lnr. rne court of iinarter ses
sions arose iu his uomly fashion, let a
reef , nt of his capacious trowsrs. sp
plied a hsiidan i to the rspirtory of
gsn wi.ich protrules fr on his puant
fsssi and then gave as witty a speech
is Elks c ul I w sh to hear.
The judge, ihongb, toll enstwfnllj
im robable yarn. He must have ha t
misgivi'igs wnen be i id it, for ne took
partisnl ir paint to sad li th reapooai.
in i it for it fi on an unnaiu I Bor an
ion att'in.ev. I n y.rn w ts 'his:
After Lankawanna'e new c art buns
ha. been Ullt aud after In IWalBU.
huud.llon i. ad been OVeroOBO by
driven walla. I1 was fOttnd,"tald tbs
judge, "tbat vn below that, th
fi.Undalioiis ba I been tindernilue 1 li
tberenpOfl b. Cttll necessary, wneu
vr eoorl w.s sitting in La kswauuu
conntv, for the trial judge to ten 1 a
tipstelf lowu Into the mines, to keep
the illis-ns of Scranton from robbing
II. e pillars.'' Now if Julge Woodward
had sai l tbe doctors or plumuers or
lawyers of Scranton the j.ike nlfbl
have pssted must- r As it wss I thiuk
it baa a vsry unsubstsnlial fouudatioti
It Is doubtful If one person la tan
ever truly panaei to think what a gral
country tins is Since spread eeglisui
fell Into dltfaTor we have, it seems P.
in, teu lnoUned to tknour progress
ion union as matter of course. Y t
wh'-r els in all bis ory do w- ti 1 1 an
x mpl -of sn l ln growt . similar la
' ai w lefe is i fl'Ci.d, for example, in
i is .Ml age lu -o-u vuni tl iseQ
th Li. nag. ICv ii i is lourutl. tile old
it OOOtloaoatly pnidlsued daily pap. r
iu the Windy Ut I D xty ye4rs .tgn.
wit i in the ready reoolleo Ion of in n
Hilll alive and acliv. , what was the
the vilUg- of OhioagO oad only a few
hundred Ho i l- u nouses,. le.'ilpled large
ly bv Indians und (rootlenneB, Ten
vs-are later, wb-n tlw I'vuii g Jour on
was tmr i, the plac was lit:l Isr i
ilua Uuumore or Oarboudalo, Y
in lay It nnnii" ra 1, Too 000 inhntdt nna,
louiprit. i i i an area as Liz rm
county, a. . , rn all sides, repine 1 to
le th titi . I, wickedest, nnd most
Incessantly j " igraaajfa municipality In
the world. Yet oue u.-- im siisns it
Soma of our -aders laiow llornc.
White All wil Ireoogii'ie hi in as tin-acliv.-
o lllor of the Nw Y ik Ev-ulng
Phhi, one nl onr foreiunst autinn iti a
ou QnanOs and, nmil reavntly, an H
Ceeilltlgly peraisteut swinger Ol OOUSeri
before tho political fhrme ot S ep. ' n
Crover Clevnlau I. Web, the reason 1
mention White is 'sjoaasis lifty jraars
ago, ut the age ot lit, wn.n ju-t emit
ted from his rural notuesteud into the
nrbuu enviroum-nt of the future Chi
cago, White was i ff rsd the loiiv posi
tion ot citv uditor on i he Evening
Journal, nl the . illy lofty Hilary I
B ii week. Mr. White's dutbs wore
iut resting, lie carried under bis
modest bat the rombmo 1 fnnotlona of
city editor, exohango editor, Huancial
reportor, police court reporter, real
estate chronicler, political writer,
proof resd' r, assistant mailing olerk,
associate foreman and ofllce boy; and
wheu in. i ' huug beavv on his hands U
us.-d to ink the rolls, pick s. rts out of
the "hell box," play marbles with (he
Indiau papnoa-s and assist Ihe chief
editor hikI publisher in evolving: ureal
sohemes of journalistic conquest.
Arbntus parties are now hiiiou the
popular mcreatlous for yonn ( an old
people, snd tli. to Is probably no inor
lolightful form of outing thau tba i ont
for arbutus on tba monntains, TJn lor
the ruthless attacks ot people who tear
the arbutus up by the roots regardless
of consequences, the favorite American
blossom which was ones so plentiful in
the city's limits has almost entirely
disappeared; and it is now necessary to
travel four or five miles from the busi
ness center of Scranton in ord -r to se
cure specimens. At Laobawann ,
Mo isic, HI ik ly and ollw points Ui'
ind down Ihe valley 'i ''"', the ar
ho'ns eonil u-s to flonrieh, but fr u
present "iit .rpris 0 dig.'-rs it i
oaoie in t tne snow piani, w w
c nuot be nice ssiully i uitiv-tted, wi
soou dlsapiOil from ui" face of the
Great ' o'ies movo with delibarntio l
and It IH probably unwise to expect too
much Ol the parties in char','.' of the
il .ire at'Otit the new postofil- build-.
Ing on Washington avenue, it would
s em, however, Ibat the pedestrians,
Who have for the past two or three
years been erowdul into the street to
make room for an advertising feuce,
were entitled to a new fligatoue walk
In front of the Imndaome edifies. The
elegaut furniture and furnishings ol
government building sre perfectly
proper, but it seems about time tbat
something was done for tho dear pub
lic. Boom tbo sidewalk!
Ths Castle of ihs Cuckoo.
Senator Hill seems to be getting the
hisses of Democrats who never produce
electorsl voles for 'he Democratic ticket.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
lu i line of New
ful Qooda. all
Coarsen, demons k Co.
422 LACKA. AVE.
ill ... J lU&l iiC
Ike Fir.jst in til tlt
Tne Istest improved fur
nishings and app trains for
keeping meat, Putter und eggs
V a lining Ave.
FORTY FORT COAL
A limited niiitiinT f the sbove
bondo sre i"r . iiu at pur snd se
orned intm-st by tbe IbUowing
parties, from whom topics of the
mortgage snd full Informstion osn
E w. liallignn, Cash let Second
tfsttonal Hank, Wllkes-Bsfro, V..
W. L Watson, Cashier First Xa
UonsJ Bank, Pittaton, Pa
J. L. Polen, Oaahier People'a
BiivuiKs Bank, PitM in, Ps.
. A. Bryden, Prasldenl Miners'
Barings Hank, Pittaton, Pa,
And ijy tin Bcranton Bavingi
BanV and Trnal Com iany,Tmst3e
under tbe Uortsaffe.
T. H, HtbertOQ, Counsel,
WILKES BABBBL PA.
WANT a Piano
An Mini 11
Henry F. Millar Brur.'
I In: t. St?
AnaairaBaa MObtok r ns"s.usro rlasio ir
A Rood gain s BroSaars Bo.aafs Putin... lii
A gnii Moyoi' Mr. .- hnr-t -I'lnr-- riaftflnu W
A Komi I'litii .'.- I'uml s.t.iir iiinn ?
A .; -I 1'1'ipUunm , .hi Flsm 60
A nrfMN Lt t.iu Pisno to Walunt
A v.Ty n rl Wti.... i.i k I uriicli' I'lauo.. lHil
A vtr. nmtA Wbaaloot uprlfnt I'miio. . I. VI
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE,
ASK YOUR GROCER
DELICIOUS, MIIvD 8TJOAR OUIIJIID
EVERY HAM AND RAIL OF
m trade guppisiED TH
GOLDSMITH'S $ BAZAAR
Wastes no Breath Open the Desert Air
IN TELLING YOU WHAT WE KNOW AND YOU KNOW AEOUT
No artiole of wearing apparel for th; ousuiiiL,' ai.v montbt will be so
Millions have been and will be made an I nearly every Dry Cioods Store
proper in, "there's the riiii." we
plaeetl in stock lie fore biin", thoruiinhly Inspected as to lit and
applied at prices within the reach of everybody.
this year can be obtained at Dearly the prices of Cotton last year.
Just think of it! 82,'J8 will purchase a good Silk Wuist, stylishly
And when it comes to Cotton Waists we have them from 25 cents
just olofled out Iroin
Von van t;et your pi
With the New Valves
Out of Sight
Our new Bicycles are now
to be seen at our 314 Lacka
wanna avenue store.
And a full line of Boys' and
Girls' Wheels. We are mak
ing extremely low price3 on
Second hand Wheels.
314 Lacka. Ave.
Reception and Visiting Cards,
Nanus and Dinner Cards,
MRllorers and Encr ven
I AI U A V INs.l AVK
ctl it ion
arr oflbrUlR a n'w
of lht Hook of Conuflou
wi'll lioun 1 in I'lotli.
Two Copies for 25c.
Single Copies, 13c.
or Organ Cheap?
a vary oik1 Khoalnt r Cpntat riaao..
a stasoBS Hamtln,Baarljr osw,aih top,
An A. B. OSaSt marly BSW, lusli toi,
A i hii-aito Cott.iRo.iioiu ly m-a-, lilif" ll,P
A Woi ter, noarly now, high tuP.
stul Or gars at Wliolccslo ml KoUil. on Iiistallmciits.
AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
have maae tnu bnneh nsady, and
smb sa vs. w tm m m a
a prominent maaoiaoturer hli entire
k muc.i below the usual price.
Tor ONE W EEK we will sell Enamel Wan- at the following unore-
Tea and Coffee Pots
O.VE-Jl'ART, TWO-yi'AKT. THREE -QV AU T, KOt'R Qt'VRT, FIVE QV ART,
40C. 47c. 55c. 60c. 70c
Also Dresden ind Preserving Kettles, Banoe 1'aus and PoUs
V:th i)iin ami Tea Kcttlt-s at eiiti.illy lu prioOS.
Foote &. Sliear Co.
GLOBE SHOE STORE
One 1 Vice
EVANS & POWELL. Proprietors
Dr. Hill 6 Son
Srt tooth. ..Vi; ts.: st. S'
srl toi'tb sritli"lt ' is '.
SMC ,rk' ''" f"r rrlcos
TON A IO I A. for .ir tetUu
11 u. Nui-tbor. Nosss.
; for foU ral
1 crown snd
tcvlb n ilLoul
S 1 I R riMI N l IO VI HANK.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Sh.mberg,
Tim Sperlsllst cm t Kr Il.clsab nml
tlsiisasiisai tstlml taiitsttasat lmpr.ivsd
rtylo of Kys Glsssss ud SliswUoles ut tbs
LovrsslPrtsaa Uosi ArUiioua km uurti
(OS SPRUCE ST., op. Old Poat OfTlca.
a stsiiiiar l,naarty now. high top,4onbla
A - hoi.iuiior, uoarly new, high tf',
And -Lout '.M iithoi' good Boeoiul hand Or
gans, t!i ! ".
Tho alve rolloption nf Hooond-hand Iniru-
montsaroall Iu good urdor, fully gtiirsn
toad, llio groatost hargaliis evor . fforml In
tblsi'ity ('.ill und sue th mi. luatuliiuouls
or discount f r onsh.
CO., SCRANTON, PA
5TANDiNC OH LAY DDWM LCLLAlt
prevalent and universally worn.
will keep (hem. Jint to get the
not a lingle garment baa been
workmanship andal the same timo to uh
made, with balloon sleeves.
simple line of the mul Stylish
IN asal ia 1 tN A I M I
the Amer can Plan.
Scrant.'ii s nw"st ami basl oqulppod hotsL
HOW oi en 10 TOE PUBLKX
Uoatril b stomn. Klocltlc lU-lls H.Ui
lut.son oa.-li A aor. t.urg.'. Woll
1 1 II til oil nn.l Airy Kooms.
ai.i. van Mom-UN mFNOTUianttSj
OSka ob ssosnd Bo r. iwil ssmpis
P. J. CONWAY, Prop,
DO YOU REQUIRE
Wfel HAVH IT.
! EDWIN C.LLOYD'
fyf ALL Bi:.ST VAR
Ami nil kinds GARDEN
BEEDS iu bulk and iu pack
ages. Pierce's Market