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THE SCRAKTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAT 2, 1894.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
SI I AAV,
See tho Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
And always have
IfAeTtTFAOTTJBED AND FOR SALE TO
THE TliADK l!Y
The Weston Mill Co
114 ARB OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE rrNIHiF. FOPIIL'.R
HAVE THE IMITU18
G . B. & Co ,
ttrrrirtoil pn f oh C'qsr
Carney, Brown & Co. MiYs.
l 1. I IKK l. U( A UK.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE. LAB, NUtl AND THROAT.
ftiirc D.nca . itoujba.ii
'35 WYOMING AVE.
('. S Norton, of Willtmiijport, Is at th
1 red Knurr, of Hunesdalo. wan jester
iluy 111 tlin citr.
0, s Bossell, of Towaadi wm ia the
T. A. I 'Tii' hoar, of St. Louis, WM jfllf'
dy in the city.
William M luster, cf Honeedale, wasln
the city yesterday,
I .,ty Treasurer I) V. Powell pent
jeslenlay la Philadelphia
1. Ht 11 L. BfeOMBtkW linn eco-nted a
Clerkship at tint Valley House.
AmoiiK yesterday's visitor to tUia city
Ml Jl .1 Kearney, of Archbald.
.T P, Ilsh-v, ot Philadelphia, president of
the Srrantoii Tracti. n company, ia bre
J. I Uradley and fTllrtliltlW VTU
Pi H angled lor trout at Mcacow yester
clay. Mr U. itorer ai.d Miss l!ta Mvrs,
of Wiikt-s-llarre, were iu tl.o city yester
dav. Kev. W. C. Taylor, an Ohio Methodist
rlerK.vinati of some i. t.-, wa in the city
I). ('. Graham, proprietor of Wall' ho
tel, Tuiikhanimck. v,as euKaued here on
A. K. Pott, of .ielferson Medical CnlleRe.
who in KpendiiiR his vacation at Montrose,
in tins nty y.-eterday.
H. P. OOptr, of Pottsville, and A. E.
Ronnie ami barlea A. Yeauyr, of Alhn
lown, art- at th Westminster.
llini'hamti.nians registered at the West
minster are: ('. H. Fisher, W McCor
u:nrk, w. i. Parsons end w. u Webster.
Mis Anna Watrous, of Inmniore, left
for lireen Island, N. V, t li i DorOiDg,
where sue expects to minimi for Home nine
Eddie HalplB, aged 10 years, of liuti
niore, was NOMTM yesterday nt the Lacks
iwanna hoipnal for treatment ol a knee
a party of Philadelphia insurance men
o the city, whon.ro at the Wyoming; are:
A M Stewart, L S. Cartmarh, 0, J. Irvin
and .1. 3. HabCOCk,
.Tunica MrAndrews, of Dutininro, who
has bean Minrosefully treated nt. the l.tick-
wanna hospital lOF a fractured spine, was
diH haried yejteiday.
William Connors has resigned his posi
tion us it salesman for loi'lsinith Itrotber.,
shoe meirhantH, and nrrepted a similar
position with A. (,'. Nettluton, of Waxhint:
A tront-Ushing party composed of Dr. V,
D. breivster, V. K. I'latt and Attorney W.
A. Wilcoi, of Hcrauton, and S. K. Shoe
makar and W. II. Janktot, of Wyoming,
leftyesterdny to have try on the streams
nsar Canadensis. They will return to-nik-ht.
"In Old Kentucky" matiuee today.
May Century Mnga.ino 3!i cents.
May Cosmopolitan Magazine IS cents.
May McClures Magazine, (Irnnt Num
May Heview of Keviews Field Number
May lluuseya boautifully illustrated 10c.
May Argosy illustrated for young folks
May Forum 2.ric. reduced from 50c.
May Ladies' Home Journal lllceuts.
Kings New Book: Cadet Days.
Marcella, by Mrs. Ward, author Kobt
Heavenly Twlus, reduced to 75 cts.
Hummer uumtors all the fashion month
lies. Mualo Boxes Excluilvaly.
Uest mads. Play nny desired number of
tunes. Gautschi & Sons., mannfacturers,
(i30 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Won
derful orcbestrial organs, only $5 and $10.
b'pecialty: Uld musio boxes aarefully re
paired and improved, with new tunes.
"Iu Uld Kentucky" at the Frotbioghatn.
ft Foe to Dyspepsia
English Capitalists Seek to Revive an Old
WILL TAP ANTHRACITE REGION
Line to Run from Erie to Philadelphia
and Will Tako in Scranton, Wilkes
Barre, Sunbury and Williamsport,
So It Is Said Reduced Passenger
Rates and Coal Tolls Are Promised
by the New Company.
A dispatch from Rochester, N. Y.,
seta forth the details of a projected
trnnk line us follows: "An English
syndicate, whole repreteutatire waa iu
Rochester last week in conference with
the agent of American principals from
New York, is planning, it is olaiuied,
to U08SUS8 and control one of the most
important railroad grants ever giveu
iu this couutry. A reporter eatno in
poasesiioa yesterday of the faot that an
influential and wealthy Knglish syndi
cate was negotiating to secure posses
sion o( a perpetual franchise or charter
grunted some years ago by tne legisla
ture of Panniylranla.
"It seems thvra whs grnnted by the
legislature of that state by various acts
and amendments one of the most lib
eral and comprehensive railroad char
ters ever given. Its posseisors are em
i iwtrfld to issue IS&OQO per mile of
stock aud an unlimited amount of
bonds, to be redeemed at such place
ami time as the directors may agree,
while the power ondat the charter to
place mortgages Is exceedingly liberal
a KKMMiKahi.y i.iiikkal CHAKTEI
"Unlimited authority ii granted for
the purchasing of lands iu any county,
while wide discretion is given eymi in
the seleotion of the terminus of the
road, something very unusual in rail
road charters In short, this old char
ter, which hits never been used, but
whose rights and privileges have been
retained and kept alive by compliance
with ail legal requirements, would
seem to give the owners almost unre
stricted power to run a railroad in any
direction to and from any point tu di
rectors wished in the state named.
The negotiations on the part of an
Knglish syndicate for such a charter
with the apparent Intention to put it to
immediate use by building a trunk
line east and west through the state of
l'ounsvlvanla threaten to open a very
serious competition with the existing
Pennsylvania systems If the ileal is
contnmmatad It will affasi several of
the roada running into Rochester from
the Pennsylvania BOsl rsgiona
The suggestion is made that a uni
form pas.enger rate of J cents a utile
would DO established and otner corn
petttive measures would be instituted
which would destroy som of the pecul
iar monopolies of exis'ing Pennsylva
nia roads It is also luteuded to con
sider largely the indep.udent coal com
panies of Pennsylvania, which have so
lojg struggled against the superior ad
vantages possessed by those concerns
controlled by the railr.ads, offering
them special rates an I transportation
THE ROUTE To lir. Pol.lAWEP.
"The protnotera of tbii enterprise
are prepared. It is said, to organize a
land survey of the territory propOM I t
le traversed, as soon as negotiations
with the New York owners of the
charter I whose agent was in Richeeten
lor the j nrcnase are consummate I , if
indeed, this end has not already been
"The route to be followed will. so the
retorter is informed, cover the line
from Erie to Philadelphia, taking In
Willi ttnsport, Sunbury. ilkes-llarre
and Baranton, and traversing thence
all the Important coal and Iron re
gions throughout the state, with
branches to Pittsburg snd other points
In short, the proposed route, a charter
tor which this English syndicate is ne
gotiating, will tap the most valuable
territory of the roads which reach
"It is further proposed to establish a
Meet of vessels to M owned and con
trolled by the railroad company, to
111 mnlata and facilitate the transpor
tation of grain from Uu'.ntli and Cni
OasTO, and to erict large elevators at
Erie, with a view of diverting a goodly
portion of Ii iffslo's lake trade. Thus
it would seem as if the syndicate were
capable of and intended to eiercise ail
of the corporals functions with wblcb
it will he vested under the terms so
I'Ki'MOTEHS CiiNKlDENT Or sttcgKa
"The charter is one which has for
some tune been the obj ct of secret ne
gotiations both here and in New York,
and if this English syndicate has not al
ready arguired it, there ee-ms little
doubt that It will soon do so.
'There are certain international
complications and technicalities to be
observed in the development of this en
terprise, but there is said to be tin
doubt of the promoters' ability to carry
out the plan, of which only the brief
eat and most unsntlsractory outline can
be given here. It Would seem, too, as
if some of the local leprmentativm of
railroads which might be eerlnnely af
fected if this charter were put in open
Hon had been caught napping when
such negotiations could lie carried on
and practically consilium lied without
so much as a single act of interference
from the parties vitally interested.
"Niiee tUt Vet Shore paralleled the
New York Ceutral. or since Calvin
BriOa forced William II Vatiderbilt to
buy the Nickel Piate at an exorbitant
price, no move has been made in this
part of the country so potent with pos
sibilities and threatening to existing
railroads as the attempt of a ltritish
syndicate quietly to buy up this old
Pennsylvania cnarler and put it in act
KILLED AT Bt l LE VI) t. CROSSING.
Little Mathew Arthur Run Over and
Killed by a Coal Train.
Mathew Arthur, aged 11 years, was
run over and killed by a coal train on
the Rloomshurg railroad At the Rellevue
crossing yesterday afternoou at 1,30.
The boy was walking on the track
when the engine struck him and
part of tho train passed over him,
cutting him up terribly.
Tho parents of the child live at 886
SABBATH OBSERVANCE MOVEMENT.
Membsr of Committee Saya Work Is
Progressing Host Favorably.
"The special agent of the Ameri can
Sabbath union did miioh effective work
on Sunday," aaid a luemberjof the Sab
bath Observance executive committee
yesterday, "and the reports made to
Seoretary Dony give him a pretty good
outline of the state of things in this
city with rsference to the Sunday clos
"A similar work is in progress in
Plazleton and in several other towns of
northeastern Pennsylvania. Only one
arrest was made for lust Sunday's of
fsusss, but the exocutivs commute has
a list of violators for early attention.
So generally was the work encouraged
by the druggists and other busiuess men
of tpe city on Sunday that there is less
and less need for appeals to the law.
"Scranton has not had altogether a
Sabhatu iu five years so well observed
as the last one iu April, which speaks
well for a movement began on April
WILL VISIT EUROPE.
Scranton Party to Enjoy a Four Month's
A party of Scrantonians, who will
leave hero next Tuesday to sail from
New York the day following for Europe
on the steamer New York of the
American Line, are Frederick S. God
frey, Attorney R. II. Patterson and El
Jeruiyn, of this city, and Joseph Simp
son, of Carboudale. They expect to re
turn the latter part of August.!
Their tour will be confined to the
continent. Belgium, Germany, Hol
land, Switzerland, France and Italy
will be visited.
During Mr. Oodfroy's absence his
interests at the Valley House will be
looked after by O. J. Carter, the pop
ular clerk, who has been a favorite
with the traveling pnbllo at that house
for seven years.
DRIVER BOY INSTANTLY KILLED.
David It Crushed to Dastb Yesterday
In Storrs' Mine.
David R.'ese, aged IT years, of North
Main avenue, Providence, a driver In
Btom' mine, was crushed to death
while at his work yesterdav.
At the time of the accident yonng
Reese was ilriviug a car on one of the I
gang ways, suddenly the mule stopped
and began going hick ward, wheu the
driver, who was seated on the bumptrs
of the car, jump.' I and was ciugnt be
tween the car an 1 the rib of the mine
and instantly killed.
John Roll, of the clericsl force of the
Dickson .Manufacturing company, is
being urged by his friends to become a
cainli late for the office of clerk of the
OOtUts, Mr Roll is a life long Repub
lican and 1 on of the most enthusias
tic workers in the Republican ranks of
the Seventeenth ward. He WonJd
make an aggretstve candidate if nom
inated Aaron Augustus Chasestlll contiuuss
to haunt th draami of Democratic as
pirants In tli judgeshui 111 Lacka
wanna county Baonld Mr t iiss con
flu 1 to enter tho lilts st the coining
judicial content tne condition! are snob
that I. il vole would undoubtedly be
larger than at any of the previous, elec
v. ll a
Charles y Carmen is at present kep
lag an eve upon the al lsruiauic court
of the Eighth ward Mr Carman, of
course, ha nothing to expert from the
appointing power of fr tr.i l 1'em .c
rsov, ami na nothing to say npon the
subject. Ea.ly next yr. however.
Mr. Carman, who la the moat popular
onatable and collection agent in tne
central part of the city, will no doubt
te beard from.
El M. Vertioy. lax-collector In the
Ninth ward, keeps his Soger upon lbs
political pulse ot Ihst soil I Kepuhlicsn
r. immunity with ninitl care thee- days
Several sttempti have tnn mad hv
ambitions polfttoiani to secure the eol
leclorshlp of the ward, but Mr Y-r
noy I a quiet and faithful worker cTBO
can slway be reltsd noon, and th
coinmtss oii'r recognise his tsfulnees
and eflicitnrv aa a tax folltctor by pro
longing hi term of offloa
Democratic coiigresaional can H ist
sre oot numerous enough j'nl now to
warrant the user run that lb" stood
are oveill .wing Tuere is something
in the atmosphere of today that ha I
deei ledlv withering iffeel npon th
ambition of Democratic fllce seekers
generally, and it is doubttul if even
Mr. Auieriuan can again la persuaded
to stand up before the avalanche.
I I I
An appointment is tbs ssfest oAm
for a I'siBocrat 0 seek this year The
vote of the dear people do not setin
to bo overwhelmingly in fsrjr of lb
candidal- of that faith.
"In 0M Kentucky' at the Frolblngbam
HtPUBllCAN COMMITTEE MEETING
Date Fia.d for LatTtslsttVS Convention
rf th fl Lath District
The Repaoliaaa standing committee
of the First Legislative district met
last evening Iu ( lark's ball, on s nth
Main avenue. Tne object of th met
ing was to fix a date for th holding of
a convention for th n mii i nati on of a
legislative can Ii late and the slecti ui
of a delegate to th" R publican State
convention, at llarrishurg Join 11
Reynold presided The member of
th committee ere a follow
First ward. First district, l.au lleese,
Beooad district, M. . Iloueac, Third dis
trict, Rieaard Brana
Second ward. First district, Fvan Ua
brWlj Secotnl district, Harry MiKeehan:
Third district. P, 1). lilanrer: Fourth 'lis
met. .ImeplHurtley; lifth district, U ill
lam S Hughes.
Third ward, First district Joseph Stew-
srd; Beoood district, I'.'ter Lynott,
Fourth ward, First district. M ti linn
mlck: BeCOid district. William Perrv;
Third district, Keat I'eters; Fourth dis
trict. Marry i ireenwood.
Fifth ward, First district, lir. W. A.
l'aine; Second district, eTotia Walkers Third
district, John II. Reynolds; Fourth dis
trict, House Bryant.
Sixth ward. First district, Adam S.
lion ii ; Second district. John Hohen.
Fourteenth want, First district, Keeee
Pritcbard; Second district, Itichard Davies.
Fii id-nth ward, First dMtT.OL John J.
I'aviee, Secoud dlatrlct, lisvid Kdwards,
l ightepntli ward, John V,. Jones.
Twentieth ward, Firt district, Oeurg
W. Kays; Second district, Kvau II.
John R. Fair, was called nut and
made nn excellent nddress, after which,
on motion of Harry McKsehan.ths com
mitttee was authorized to call a con
vention for May 15, l'-'.U
THE SHERIDAN RIFLES' CHARTER.
Thar Sk to Recover Possession of It
from John Hawkea.
The Phil Sheridan rilles, through
Attorney J. C. Vaughsti, yesterday ap
plied to the court for a writ of re
plevin against John Hawkes, formerly
an officer of the company
The articles whieb it is sought to re
cover possession of are one charter, one
treasurer's receipt book, thirteen dies
marked respectively "P. S. R., 1, 2, 8,
4, 5, 0, 7, 8. 0, 0." Tho latter are val
ued at $47.
We are prepared to furnish business men
with lirst-class stenographers by the day
or hour. Expert bookkeeping a speoinlty.
Scranton Commercial Association, Lim
ited, -i Spruce street.
"In Old Kentucky" at the Frothlngham
this afternoon and evening.
NEWS OF WEST SIDE
Reception Tendered to Mrs. D. K. Freeman at
Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frink.
MANY PERSONS ATTENDED IT
James Black, of Frink Street, Threat
ened to Kill Neighbor Jones and
Burn His Barns Excursion to
Pittston on Memorial Day Three-Year-Old
Child Strayed Away from
Home Returned by Police.
The West Side office of the SmAXTrix
1 tUBDIfl is located at 1040 Jackson Btreet,
where subscriptions, advertisements am)
communications will receive prompt at
Hospitality and warm heartedness
were shown to the fullest extent in the
bom of Mr. and Mrs. William Frink,
of Washburn street, yesterday after
noon and evening. The occasion was
a reception tendered to Mrs. D. K.
Freeman, wife of Rev. D. K Freeman,
a former pastor of tho Washburn Street
Presbyterian church, and for many
years a resident of the West Side. The
spacious parlors were thrown open to
the many guests, mid were thronged
from 4 until 10 o'clock. Mrs William
Frink, Mrs. 1). K Frseuian, Mrs.
l. W Bkellenger, and Mrs.
Rev, W. 1 steans, of Dan
ville, received the guests. The
members of tho Ladies' Aid society of
tho Washbnrn Str-et Presbyterian
church, assisted in making the guests
aa comfortable as possible. Iu the din
log room the yonug-r ladies of the
church assisted. A large number of
friends from the East Side and reti
Ridge were present. Among the out of
town guts were .Visa Mitchell, of
Nichols, N. Y. ; Mr aud Mr. Jones of
Olford. N J ; Mr. W. 1 Steans,
ot Danville ! arid Mis Davis and Mrs.
Swallow, of Clark's Summit.
Arrested on a Harlous Charge.
James Lilack. of Prink street, was ar
rested last evening by Countable Tim
othy Jones on a warrant issued by
Alderman Blair, charging In in wltn
having on Uondejf ma is threats to kill
William T Jones and bum hi barn.
I h defendant wa committed to the
West Side stslion house for the re
main lot of the evening, and In default
of 100 bail wiil ne placed iu the
county jail today to await trial.
Told In a PeW Line.
Th Delaware. Lackawanna and
Wetern company Will pay Iholl em
ploves it the llalstea I, rsloan and liamp
ion mines today.
T J. Reynolds, of liatnptou street.
Uft yes tarda! morning for a two week
bMtaem trip through now York itata
D M Jonol and Druggist T t
Jriae left yeater l iy morning for Phil
'1 he excntlve OOmmittSi of the r
nionio Cnorai soctetf ml Monday
evsnliig at the rOSsdoOoe Ol Director
Brani, on Jackson street, aud Oomplot
l arringatnenti for their excursion to
Puiatnn mi Memorial Day
1 I vesr-old chil l of Mr. and Mrs.
Patrick Mi'Namare. of Price street,
strayed away from home yst..rlav
morning Tne matter wa reported lo
lbs polios, and happily laiteveuiug lb
child waai found and return! lo tbs
psrsnt. who wr almost dittrarted
over the temporary absence of their
' In Old Kenturki " matinee today.
Th contested election of Henry
Coy la and John t Krnv against I
onnotlmsl Sweeuev and Mauler, of
the Twelfth ward, are undergoing the i
regular process of lOltlM lo such
Oiii-p. 1 he attorney on b. th sides are
getting realr (. r bo legal warfare,
Ud wuen ths matter get M airing in
court, there are a great many startling
dieclotnre promised by thS fontetl
ants. In the Mil of particulars filed
with tne OOQtl very sensational alUg i -tion
are ravle as to the manner in
which Sweeuev and Mauley Operated
to secure re elo-tion Tnerontesit will
Involve two thir ls of the opl who
are believed to bare Voted against
Coylean l Kearney, and promise to
be vexation ana costly.
Putceesful Op. ration Performed
Mrs John Wagner, wno reside at
Pulsion avenue and Willow street, un
til recently In 'lOtiltttl health
weighed upwards of 1 "l pounds. Two
syeek ago she btoami l and gradually
failed until at present she is not hull
that weight. Dr. Kolh, ber physician,
saw ,1)1111 an Operation wa necessary to
iv her life, end yesterday morning
summon sd Dr Qatea and Weh.au for
consultation They operated ou ber
with excellent suco-s.
C'oBccit r.f Kt J hi. ' Choir.
The oonoefl of the choir of St John's
church will tak- place on T'neaday
evening, May i'.i Since Profeisor E. K
S mlliworth . rum I the tutorship of
the choir it has made rapid headway
in protifiency. Part of the progrsimne
ha been arranged ami it will be fully
completed in a week or so. The con
cert will not consist altogether of
sacred mi Hilars, but will lm delight
fully diveisitied with choruses, glees
and solo. It will be girn iu thu ball
under the church.
The South , le board of trade did
not meet last night, beius; unable to
muster a itioriira Four members, Mi
chael Miller, Christian Slorr, John
Sobeuer, Jr., and George Scbeuer wore
all that appealed.
A buconc tbrUt from Clark's Green
drove down Cedar avenue yesterday
with a single wagon loaded full of vio
leta. He went into a aaloon to refresh
his parched throat and left his horse
untied outside. The animal saw a load
of liny in the distauce and made a mad
dash for it. The wagon was upsst aud
the violots flaw far aud wide.
Councilman Rattle, of the Twentieth
ward, is making much needed repairs
on Cedar avenue near the city lino.
An old oak tree that stood as a Ian 1
mark on the street as long as the oldeBt
resident of tho vicinity oan remember
was subjected to the ruthless ax.
Miss Lizzis Sshneider and Joseph
Meysri, both of Stone avenue, were
married yesterday morning In st
Mary's church with a uuptial mass. A
wedding breakfast was served at the
home of tho bride, after which the
young couple left on n honeymoon.
Rev. P. C. Christ performed the cere
mony. Mrs. David Nauls is not expected to
survive many days
FRANTZ NEARLY FAMISHED.
He Whose Body Whs Found on Top of
No. 6 Mountain.
The adjourned inquest of Coroner
Kelly and jury in the ease of the death
of Alexander Frantz, whose decom
posed body whs found by a hunter on
the top of No. 5 mountain, will be held
in the arbitration room of tho court
house at 7. 30 o'clock this evening.
It has been learned that ou the night
of Jan. 4 Frnntz applied for food and
drink at the house of Peter Carr, at the
foot of the mountain. He appeared al
most famished and was given a cup of
coffee and something to sat. Carr ac
companied Frantz to the central city
and during the trip learned the man's
identity. The circumstance was not
recalled until the finding of tho body.
Frantz gave every evidence then of be
ing demented 'and it is supposed he
wandered bick to the mountain and
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Judge Gunster yesterday grantod a
charter to the Holy Triuity IJenetioial so
ciety of Dickson City.
Patrick Mcllale, Thomas Morton and
Mrs. Ami (iutl'uey were granted their
final diHchargo in msolvuncy by the court
William Philllps.of (ireen Hidge, charged
with robbery, entered bail yestor lav in
the sum of f oUti. Attorney C. S. Woodruff
became his bondsman.
Peter MsManue, (,f Minooka, convicted
of having torn down neighbor Itnlderlg'l
fence, was dirocted by Judge Kdwards to
pay a Bui of flu and coats.
JohnCawley, Thomas Simmons and At
torney H. F. Akerly were yesterday di
rected to view and assess the cost of Sec
tion B of the Thirteenth District sower
Wilnam D. ICvans, Hubert Uoe aud 8.
H. Sipiier, and A. H. Dunning, jr., Q, L
Newton and F. A. Hates were appointed
by the court yesterday to view ami lay out
two roads in Fell township which have
betiii petitioned for by the citl.eua of that
Judge Arrhhahl made an order yester
day fixing the boundaries of the tive wards
of Taylor borough, dlrectlg what munici
pal officers shall be voted for in the DOT
ough at the next municipal el-rtion, fixing
their terms of oflice, miming the election
otlicers and deciding where the election
bouse shall bo located.
Court yesterday allowed the following
llcen ee to be transferred i n. A.Anthony,
IU .North Main avenue. Scranton, to John
F. Clark; P. H, Martin, Third want of
"lyphatit. to James F. Martin, Joset b K.
Hughes, of 11J North Main SVenne, Scran
ton, to Patrick J. Maagau: Edward Mane
ley, of WiotOn, to John F. Currn.
Don't nil "In Old Kentucky."
Da, K, Qaawu, tbs Philadelphia spec
ialist, lis SOW returned from an SXteaUsd
southern trip, aud msv be consnlted at his
parlors. No. ;iu spruce stria-t. Scranton,
li in pi Seart building, upon ail acute and
chronic d isoasea of men, women aud chil
dren. It has b"en n osed about by one ,r
more persons that l)r. Urewer ptibliahes
the names ,f bis cured patients. This is
ma so. Every thing is strtotiy aorext and
confidential, and n one patient knows
that another is being treat-! The doctor
has always madS ii.h principle a lasting
and BOVSfoigl one, ami feels that It is due
to every psttent. Oflice boors, daily, 9 a
til to v p. in , Bandar, u to i
Pd!eeton ft Woen'i and Ballanttne'a
Alas are the bast L. J. V. aunt, aaenls
Don't mis "In OU Kentucky."
MORRIS la Scranton, April ML ls.t,
Alfred, sou of fiptnln H K, Morris, ot
121 Throop street
KotiAN In Scranton. Mav 1, Marv,
yumgest daughter of Patrick arotM .re
I - ,, at the ti line of her parents, BT
M scid las vtrses. agad t feats Funeral
will take place Thursday at 2 p. m. In
termut iu Hjdo Park OatboUo osssi
J I ST received large
import order. Many
new novelties. Come
while the assortment
AND TOILET SETS.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenua.
nn in si ii in n ti vi, k.
OILS AND OLIVES
Till: FINES I' IMPORTED.
TEAS AND COFFEES
FULL LINE OF THE BEST
FERRIS HAMS AND BACON
C. DITCH BURN
Successor to A. Coleman,
427 LACKAWANNA AVE.
WHY DO YOU DO IT?
Why run all ovit tho city lnnltln for Olt1
(li'llni'M with ohm huihlrt'il ;tti 1 tun coutft worth
u( gold in thtm ? but you will oomn very
el oho to It It if you will nil I nt th ritrhtj plnee.
Bring your dollars -cold. Hllvor and tcroeu
buck a to
A. W. JURISCH
43 iPBVCfl STItKF.T, anil get lull Tnluo
for your money In
HICYCLi, FIRE ARMS,
I isiiinc; TAOKLB, rii;
CUTLERY, Doo C)i(i, im
AND QKNKRAL SPORTING
TheVICTOK WBUOi Loads.
Uicyclt's, fire arms, tc. repaired at short
notice. Kuy UttiuK a succialty. UWe me a cull.
Handsome line of Long
Frocks and Sacks, made from
Fine Grey Clay Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Custom Tailoring at
Martin & Delany
Clothier3 and Custom Tailors.
308 Lackawanna Ave.
1 A new lot of HATS just re-
- TRIMMED RATS, worth 18.78
S 'I RIMMED HATS, worth fa 3d
S TRIMMED HATS, worth t: W
5 TRIMMED HATS, worth 118.00
Ladies' and Misses' Spring Jackets and Ladiss' S
Capes in endless variety. i
Kotiloghim Curtains, wnrth IS 50, for..
Nottingham Clirtaina, worth 8 W. for...
Nottingbara Cnrtaina, worth S50, for..
Point Di Rsnaiaanos, worth tf-' 'or....
Kal llrussel. worth $80, r
All styles in
205 Lack.iw:.nna Ave.
DON'T SKIP THIS.
'i. ll we ths finest Has of iweeten la
tOWn .tnst thtSS Ol It. an all w.-ol
boy ' sweatee rot l B; all wool men's frost
V IN t t'oU All ISaVaTI
Florey & Holt
. M. C. A. Building
' H Wyoming Avenue
All the Rage.
Will buy a
very good one
Are at Prosciit the Mftst Popnllr and Prefprred by
Warorooms: Opposite Columbus Monument,
203 Washington Av. Scran ton, Pa.
OUR PRICE, 25c.
our price, $1.55 I
'itir price, $1.50 S
lur price, $4.75 -
lor price, $9. 2'j S
The Stanley Combination
An All-wool D .U-hrsast(l SuitfC
boyi from 'i to 12 reeri old, with EXl
TKA PANT aiul CAP to match, for
Sell, Sell, Sell, is the order
of the day.
Imported Clay Jackets, CaK
Style anil Work tho bost of
the tailor's art A roductiou
Of 50 l'or Cent See this oilers
hilt, of Hlgh-olasi Jackets.
Your itize is liere.
in cloth, Moric Silk, Covet
Cloth and Lace, rttoay styles
and prioes thai will pleaso you,
Printed Duck and Serges
Striped and Spot Pattern
Yon ought to have one. Th
price, $3.50 to $7.50.
G.W.Owens & Co,
Cloak and Suits Makers,
Court Houses Square,