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4 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNEWEDNESDAY MORNINtt. MAT 2, 1894.
F. E. WOOD,
Prni.iswin ii v ii. y Axn svOEKt.v n Sons.-
TON, PA., BY lUK '1U1I1UM FUUUIUIKO
Nr.w York Orrict: Tuibcnb Bdildiko,
Frank B. Brat. Managsr.
VntcreU at thr PoitafflOl at feranton, Pa., at
Second-CVuii Hail Hatter.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE.
SCR ANTON. MAY 2. 1804.
The U1T1ZIM of Wiikes-Barre may bo
enthusiastic over Browning, but they
can't piny ball.
Curtailing Aldermen's Fees.
A decision just miula by the commis
sioners or Daupbiu county threatens to
curtail somewhat the fat fees hereto
lore extortoii from a suffering publio
by not over acrnpuloua aldermen, bat
promises to give aignal enoonragement
ti ths rnformatioD of our petty court
evstem. It bad for yaara been the prac
tice in Dauphin county to collect fees
for priso;irs who had usen bouud over
to quarter stsslons court and then dis
charged. The b itbit of throwing such
eaten into court, ueedless to say, took
rapid root under such fiusncU! eu
oouragetnint; and court costs mounted
up frith a rapidity out of all proportion
to the increased amount of real justice
The commissioners of Dauphin
comity last Saturday decided to insti
tute a rttform Unexpectedly soma of
these numerous bills wer submitted to
close scrutiny and found to be wholly
without warrant in equity, A rule
was nude that hereafter fees of this
kind can only bn cnlleoted four times a
year, on the Wednesday following the
regular session of quartsr sessions
court, aud must bare beta ilrst cerll
iisd to and fud with the prothonotary.
Th" adriint.tge of tins restriction lias
obieflr in the fast that It is a tirst step
toward rtuttiog a need m) chsrk on in
ordinate perqaiattM In itself, the ru'.e
may not imount to much; but prophet
ically it Is significant.
If there is on iroblaiu at pretaot be
fere the tax-payers of Pennsylvania,
aud particularly the tax payers of those
portions of I'ertipylvanta iu which
mixed racial elements abound, it is the
problem of purifying the pstty bcal
courls. Whin men possetsing small or
tio knowledge uf the law cau, through
infimnce or "pull," leap from potilious
of obtcurity into tnsgistrscies paying
larger inoMBM tbau are enjoyed by
senators of the United Stafi.and thr
ply nit!: impunity th arts of the
dem igogue and the psttifogcer, at the
community's expense, it is time to in
quire sericuily into th) wordings of
such an iniquitous sysUin This is not
laying that all aldenueu ars rascal;
bat it doee mean that if all alderme.i
chose to be rascals they woulJ hare an
easy time plying a reacil'e tradj
Whatever tends to limit present oppur
tanitlM for rogusry in this branch of
the judiciary is dsssrving of encour
igtmsut aud general imitation.
At TUB Amsrieus elnb dinner iu
Pittsbnrr, last Friday, Kepreientativj
Jack Robinson was seated next to Wal
ter Lyon. When called npon to speak
and iu answer to some playful allu
sions ty the toastnuster, he responded
by clasping Mr. Lyon'l baud, remari
ioj as be did so: "This is a free coun
try and everybody haa a right to rnu
for office, t ut 1 wish to nstir that
staunch Keunblican and worthy g n
tlauion, my opponent, that, if the con
vention decides against r.ie, I am will
ing to go to every cress-roads in the
state to help his canvais, and my f ace
will show not a ripple of dissatisfac
tion with this decree of the par'y. "
This is the kind of tslk that baa the
I roc ring to it. An honest tighter fotre
no foe and chriihts un malice when
fairly whipped. It is to be regrett d
that all participants in this prelimin
ary discussion of candidates are Dot
dispossd to emulate Jack llobinton's
Needed Consular Reform.
Chairman Morgan of the senate com
mittee on foreign relatione and Bellamy
r'lorcr, a member of the houte commit
tee on forsign affairs hov, with the
approval of their respective colleagues,
co-operated in tha formatiou of n bill
which is expected, If parsed, to exer
cise a br-ntficnl InfloODM upon the
quaiity of our diplomatic representa
tion abroad. Tba till provides for the
erection of a non-partisan commission
comprising, iu Addition to the secretary
of state, two senators and two repre
sentatives, paired politically, caid com
mission to have anthority to place the
entiro diplomatic nnd cttimhr servir
of the United States, below the grade
of ministers resident, upon a non-par-tiran,
merit basis, with experience and
fitness, as evidenced by suitable exam
inations, made the only requirements
It it not expected that the bill will
receivo immediate approval. Two
great obstacles intervene. One Ii the
fondness of partisan workers for berths
in the oonsnlar service; and the other
is the lack of a law placing all these
consuls nnd consular agents upon u
graded salary basis with nbtolutely no
side perquisite! in the form of clerioal
or notarial fees. At it is today, many
an office worth only a few hundred
dollars in salary la good, under expert
manipulation, for an annnal revenue
of thousands. The consul-generalship
at London was at one time worth, alto
gether, more than tha pretidency of
the United States, while those at Paris
and Liverpool are not much poorer, in
point of revenue. Bo long at these in
ducements beckon, it will be difficult
to get the consent of the practloal poli
ticians in congress to a bill which
would rnla them and their friends off
these inviting foielgn pastures except
npon demonstration which few could
give of real fitness for the work and
responsibilities involvsd. The first
stop, therefore, ie to abolish the fee
system in toto, substituting therefor
moderate graded salaries.
This done, it will not take long for
publio sentiment to compel the adop
tion of the balance. The idea Is rapidly
gaining converts that if It is worth
while to have a consular service at all,
It is worth while having a good one,
and net ont whiob. it the mock and by
play of the trained diplomats of Eu
rope. The duties of an American con
sul or consular agent are today onerous
and important. In a high sense be is
an international trade agent, lie is
on of Uncle Sam's "drunimrtrs," If
he bo bright, full of tact and thor
oughly up to date he cau swing a vol
ume of business nnd prestige worth
many times ins taltry. If hs be a de
crepit party haek or an indolent party
pensioner, ho can do an equal quantity
of serious-nnd irreparable harm. The
profession of diplomacy, as a profes
sion, requires talents of the highest or
der. These cannot be expected to de
velop themselves between qnadrennial
politicsl fluctuations at home. Whsn
a man gives proof of fitness lie should
be retained; when the reverse, dis
charged. Politics should play no part
in the decision.
TuEC.UJSEof constitutional govern
ment generally ie thu gainer from the
fact that Joseph II. C'boate has con
sented to preside over the deliberations
of the New York stata constitutional
convention, whiob convenes next Tues
day in Albany. The work of this body
will have lasting significance tbrougb
ont the country, and ths ioflueuce
wielded by Us chairman, in the appoint
ment of committees, as well as in his
individual conference, will do much to
determine the convention's success or
Coxcy to the Rescue.
The approaou of vx--y to the capital
has supplied an opportunity to the re
portorial word-paiuters of Washington
which Is thus pictures. ii-ly improved
by the representative of the Aaaoslsted
Citizen James Slecher Coxey, com-tniiudor-ln-chief
uf th Good RoaOS Army
of the l.'omuiiiu wealth, -.adding on a
rickety waon iu the center ot the Bright-
WOOd Driving park, waving aloft Ins At
plot I. nt to one of the mmt, cosmopolitan
and extensive SOdiCDOCi ever gather I Iu
Washington, announced tills afternoon
that the greatest march of the Blntoesth
century had been accomplished. The march
had been accomplished, as (.'itizmi t'oxev
tali) but iMouJmg was In pitiful contrast
to the masting of the thousands of unem
ployed that its projectors imd prophesied,
Three hundred au I a half of miseraoly
dressed, woe-begone, grumbling, out-at-the
elbows and run-.lowi-tit-ib-heU
specimens of humanity, wbo bote attr.k
ii g tb'itign tierhajM nndi'servii.l rs!..o
lauce to tnefaimliur genu tramp, uiarcnnj
into the park, led by a wbetiug apology
for a baud, pitched testa uud etretebM
themtelvee in the sun.
It wi thus be s-eu that OitiltB
James Mscher Coxey, in addition to re
ceiviug the down trodden millions
from the relentless clntch cf a besotted
and ricg-ruled congreti, hat come
graudly to the rtlhf of the dstpalring
Washington space filler. What with
congress droning over tariff bills,
QrOYtt abutting himself iu with his
grief and uveu BiUy BlOM good fo
on ly one outburst p-r dsy, the lot of
tl.e alert correspondent wss getting
anything but exciting.
We are thankful to Coxey. Person
ally, be it becoming something of a
bore. But in bis w finance upon the
capitol correspondents ue has been
singularly refreshing. lie has il
lumined an otherwise dull an 1 luster
Thu lsTitMH' Harritburg Patrr'
has brought out its periodical cry that
the ticket likely to be nomiuated at this
mouth's Republican convention is a
"iirknf of the bossos whicn uo llepulw
lican has the tetueritv to break." Of
conrse the Patriot la insincere, it
knows full well that boasum In any
odious sense was never further below
per err.ong Pennslvsnla Itspnbllrans
than it is today. It knows eqn.llv Wf II
thst the voters and nut the boe-.es of
the party are miming tilings tojsy.
But, having; got a:ck of Paltnon boss
1MB and llarrity boesism, the Patriot
merely wantt to divert its disquieted
Bind by fan. yi ig it preeives t..e em:
evil in the enemy's ctmp Yet what's
the use. Democracy in this common
wealth is not to le benetittxl by such
weak nursing. Its disease it altogether
Deyonl reach of 1Mb tepid medin
ment. Betidee the dodge It old, bops
lettly, helplessly old.
Is as Am.Iloiis.ny court room ths
other day Judge 1'orter administered a
sharp rebuke lo a clergyman who had.
ill Pri tiftifti 11(7 r, t. m ff Ida vtilluva ll,..tl
- ",.f. ' ' " .( . 4 ' U,., 111,1.1
ened the judge with the tangible die
plesture of voting insmbert of bit c u
gttgfetiOBi and intimats-d that deftr
enee to Uie mlnittei'e sacred otlice aloue
prevented the court from meting ont
exemplary pumsbment. The cast is
happily, of Infrequ-nt occiirrenoe, yet
it offers salutary instruction to those
mistaken miailtorl who toinstimet uie
theif great aud honored calling at a
political club whereby to frighten im
pressionable officials. No one is dis
puted to deny any clergyman the right
to exprete hit personal convictioas on
any snbject whataosver, but there is
decided objection these days to the
occasionally vnconntersd policy of con
necting the ministerial function into a
willing auxiliary of boss-ridden
Foit ia ministry which was not ex
pected to survive its christening, the
Hosebcry government eeenii to be do
ing remarkably woll.
I'liititK m evldeutly a growing field
for a Keeley branch institute In near
proximity to the sensts of the United
Voorhees fiad his lngallt, and Tur
pie would do well to profit by bis ex
The speech of Thomas I!. Used at the
Americns club dinner at i'ittsburg last
week was very inadequately reported
by the press news associations. A pe
rusal of its etitiro text convinces us
that it is deserving of morn genarsl
pnbllr-i.y than it has yet received, Fol
lowing are some notable axoerpts:
America is too great, hnr resources all
too mighty, for even the worst legislation
and most incompetent rulers to destroy.
What the country needs is not repress
ive, but developing statesmanship, con
servative, preserving tho rights of all, but
progressive, making all that is possible out
of our great possibilities.
What Impoverishes the mill owner Im
poverishes the mill worker. You cannot
divide nothing. The apple mutt be grown
even for the small boy to get the core, and
nobody ever bad a cut of Ush until be waa
Under the fierce light of our present con
ditions we sen things more clearly, and
begin to realize that the simple pro
gramme of thn Democracy to reduce prices
and wages together has come into collision
with tho eternal verities of the world, aud
must go to piece.
1 have said that there might be some
consolation to be had even In our dis
tresses. One consolation which 1 Uud is
that the men who sell their service-',
whether of bruin or muselo, will learn that
they are the uunrdians of iheir own fn
tore, aud tha- before ihev begin the striiK
ele for a divi ion of the profits, th-'y mu-t
Drat see thai there are some profits to di
Mr. Reed's only reference to the sil
ver question is a gonural one, t'Ut in
teresting as evidencing his concurrence
with ex-Presideut Harrison as to the
inevitable future of toil vexing coin
uge problem. This is what he Mid:
What courso the Republican party will
pursue to obtain international bimetallism,
which we must have, I cunuot vsnture to
predict, but I am confident that thu wis
dom which has guided that party safely
nnd securely through oveu greater finan
cial questloua than that will, when wo
have the power and responsibility, be fonnd
to be still with us for the great' glory and
advancement of this country.
One can imagino tho hearty cheering
which greeted this manly expression
by the distinguished speaker.
When 1 I. ..k on all thut Is transpiring
today aud witnete the wild uurstt uf the
people, the crowde moving to and (ro
Lnrdly knowiut; what thuy wunt the n
solves, but mittintr, they kaow not bow,
tho prosperity to which they have been
acOOStomed all their Urea: whsn I look on
this nnd the, misery we have face 1, and Ale
yet to face, and thinking Hellishly, 1 feel u
seute of satisfaction that those who hiive
made all this irmiblo haveg.it to fnco it.
Hut when I think of it iu a hr-iider spirit
mid remember that most of thosu who suf
fer are Innocent or sorry, I rejo'.c-j that the
dettinietof (his country are so soon to be
handed ovr to that stannch old party
which, while it hssoflon fallen short of the
highest excellence, has always hsd that
saving common sense wuich has led It,
sooueror later, but always surely, to tha
paths of safety and honor.
For this coueluling excerpt we b
spejk an extra d"gre of attention :
ilud any one of tho eloquent inn who
two years ago proclaimed the Republican
trothl to listening inn tituues.j anted Iu the
colors o sorrow and taduess so visible to
day to every eye, tho future of the Repub
lic Just as we see It At this moment, hit
ni. it partisau auditor would have had no
alight tenet of she me at what ho rubiU
Well bare thought was the causeliv-t exag
geration of mere party fervor. No oue
Oration was ever de.iverel which told In
prophecy one tithe of the tiory which is
his" ry today. It is uot the (Mat r-i.-
! r a ! wt -, em ! l;n
Ugj bnt In an aimless way. toward
ti e capital of the MliOO, It is Ml the
mills running ou La.f and i; jailer time
aud no lime at all. dt capital piles! up un
used at the centers of trade, nor veu la
ta' r tinemp!.. ted for naarlv a year pact,
which completes the saddest portion of
the Plot ure. To me the sight most odious
of all, Is the utter inability uf the poop's
to retch their own lnstrutumts and to
Compel the fulfillment cf their own will.
Here in a country where government by
the people was fondly hoped to have found
its, meet ami lutes', expression, thtpev iple
s em to la-powerless to c i.:r. I'h r -legislature,
and to correct by eober reflec
tion thu mistake uf the most thougbtiest
dsy Id Amen, an lmtiry '.Ue tiey when
the preeenl congress aud th present ex
e. ntivu were chosen to preside over tee
unhappy deatmies of the Cilueus of tut
LIVl JOIIlNCi OF POIITICS.
Hatter's two delegates are for Lyon.
Secretary Steward tarried Hacas county
wub a who p.
Ollae l. Price ri I have Warren county's
tuppcrt fur the auditor gnneridahlp.
Robinton defeated I. yon at the Warren
c anil primaries AioD'iay. alter a tpiiitd
Senator Showsller, of Hutler, hat with
drawn from the canvaaa for secretary of
lodge Harry White, ot Indiana, bts
three bitter Republican oppeuents in h s
Diiht f r a recom nation.
lodge Bt 01 00 toe refused to let tbt
I ; lie hold etria's Sta'.e i-.'oveu-UOO
in t!.elauphin Couaty courtroom.
Sena;. .r John H. Hrown and ex Senator
K 11 I: bti ns are baring a sklrmlth for
the congressional coutereei In Weetmore
Kepreeenta'.ivH llurdick. ef M 'K-an.wiil
be a amlidate for the tesikerahlp next
teeeleoi hot toe proj. Lets say it trill oe
i eaa. r aitou.
Formal aanoaccement la made cf tha
rot dldaey nt I seer 1 Baud, ot Luxarne,
for the Itepoblicao nomination for or
phan's court judge.
H' reeenlalive Ira F. Vanstlel l, the
Heaver coal . peral. r, and Jar eb Wrrt.,t
BUl be rrnommated by acclamation Uolb
are txpeneoced and useful legislator.
The state delegate from Wy inxiai
Ctiunt.f will Vote tor C lonel Stiiwart for
lieutenant governor. II haa at los-i
twenty-Qve sure, and perbape mere to
Tbe cas again'. I SBOtj Commissioner
CI arles Allen, u( schnvlktll eou-iiv. wh...
elected at a HetiuUloati, flopped over whsn
It came to dispentiuic patronage, Lai bn
Captain Johnson' friendt now claim
tuDWieut flelegetes to defeat Judge ( lay
ton for re-noiiiinatiou in Delaware conntv,
iu tint of Clayton's strong but disreputa
B P, White, t.f He Hrighton. and H. P.
Stone, of BtiOfOWOttW, are candidates for
the teuatorial uomlnalion in Senator
ijuay's district, tho Foity eixtu. (Juay it
The bit fight In scbnylklll county en di
In i, draw, with a s.ight balauce of vtc
i. . H the auti l.oreh tide. Roblnsou
cap:cred two delegates and Lyons our;
but u ne were instructed.
Re idlofl ha a large and aud Juicy Coun
cilman's scandal ou her hand. It Is charged
that four rouncilmeu offered to approve a
certain sewer cotnract for a consideration
ainoiintiug to eUoo J. Au investigation has
Senator Tom Stewart seems to be a can
didate upon tho Keneral principle that if
there is auv likelibood of a factional scrip
betweeu the other filows, tne party will
want him as a compromise. U has. toi
some time, been th dark horse iu the lieu
tenant governorship struggle, and la uow
mentioned as au excellnt alternative Iu
casu Mi Uonell and Uulf get too spirited la
their struggle for th aseoclste place with
Ualuiha A. lirow. Meanwhile his great
popularity is constantly brlngiug him
rapid accretions of strength audit it wor'".i
while to seep an eye on him.
As convention day draws nigh there is
renewed preparation among tb. fthful.
The L chiel, at Harrislmrg, shelter
Colonel Sieiwart, who will Watn his lieu
tenAnt gubeniatorinl boom in room lis
Msjor McDowell, who will dUBMOO ic
water from roomt IU and 1H; Fighting
Jack Bobueon, who will entertain hi
friendl In n si.ltr of npartmenti on ths sec
ond floor besides Chairman Ullkeson and
Secretaries Totterolf and Rex, of the state
committee, ex-Collector Cs.oiwr, who will
bs merely an "on-looker In Venice," Hon
nral Heeder, of Katton, Representative
Kooht, of In ion, nnd llurdick, Of MrKean,
ex-lteprsentative Elkiua, or Iudiauu, ex
Senator Sbnwalter of Uutler, Candidate
QUet D. Price of Krle, Candidate tieorge
P, Huff of Wettmoreland. ex-'halr t in
vs. u. nuurews, riesn rrom bis senatorial
victory In Crawford, Journal Clerk Fred
Pleitl with a party of friende from this
city and uumerons otbor prominent Re
publlcsns. At the Commonwealth the
Hastings contingent will unfold its tent,
escorted by Colonel Jaraec H. Lambert, of
tho Philadelphia Preta, the entire Phllv
delphia delegation, which hat eogaved
thirty rooms, Lieutenant Qove.rnor
Watres, Major V' arren and other friends
from Lackawanna, Editor Theodore Mar,
of Pittstou, a victim of the Delamater In
feeliou of fonr years ago, sind many others.
The Commouwealth will irlsu shelter Wal
ter Lyon, ex-Adjutant General La.Ua and
Henn'jr Boles Penrose. At other hotel's
there is a corraspoudlng demand for 'ac
commodations, and enthusiasm Is obvious
ly mounting higher each day.
N paint the best is the
cheapest. Don't be misled by
trj'ing what is said to be "just as
good," but when you paint insiot
upon havin" a genuine brand of
It costs no more per gallon than
cheap paints, and lasts many times
Look out for the brands of White
Lead offered you ; any of the lol
lowing are sure :
"I'ahncstock " Armstrong It McKelvy,"
For Colors. National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
These colors nrc sold in one-pound can?, each
can MOO sufficient t tint K peanut of strictly
lure White Lead the ileMred slude; they art in
no sense ready-mixed paints, Lut s combination
i t perfrdly pure colors in the basdlStt lolm to
tart wrtctry Purt Whitt Lead,
AKood muny thousand dollars have been saveil
pruueily-uu tiers by bavin our b.,uk on panning
Uml'rw ar1' Send usapusul card and tel
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
A large liae of New and !ruti
ful (food, all Btiitablo
Coarsen, Clemons & Co.
422 LACKA. AVE.
A YLES WORTH'S
lie fir.es t in tne City
Tba latest lapfOTOo' for
Dtl itiKt ami tiisralci for
Noaipg eot, bmtoi
ti l W sonilng Ate
FOiiTY FGRT COAL
A lituiiej DQjBbaf of the aboTa
bonda are lor sale at par aud ae
anted Lotaraal i tha following :
parties, from whom coplw of the J
niortp.i.-e an 1 lull inf.ruiatiou run
K. W. Mulligan, Cashier Moron d
rTattoael Beak, VVilkaa-Barre, lV
W. UWelaoB, Caahler First Na
tional Hank, Pittstou, Pa.
J. L. Poles, ( asliier People's
Bevinja Hank, pittstou, Pa,
A. A. Brydtm, Praatdanl Miners'
levtefi Hank, Pittaton, Pa.
Ami by the .S tanton Savings
Beak uml Trust OompattJ, Trustee
Ondaf the Mortgage.
T, E Atkertoo, Counsel,
W1LKB8 llARKK, PA.
WANT a Piano or Organ Cheap?
LOOK AT THE LIST:
Aimxtra fins Honry F. Millor Squaro
llano ' , $)T5
An i Hi , linn "i'hl.-k r .-'-..- . IMann III
A kimmI llaiues Hrotui-r hiUjn- I'.ana.. lio
A xuud Moycr Bruiliers 0.0010 Plaoo.... M
A irnod Flrtli & 1'ond Siuar 1'iano 7
A u'"d l'liiplionla Hiiiar I'lano W
A very good lootOO 1'iano Co. Walnut
Upt ight 1110
A I .-ry good Whoelock Upright l'lan.i.. 1st)
A wry li.iod Wboelot'k Upright I'iuno . l.
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE
ASK YOUR GROCER
CSXelCIOUQ, MILD XJGaA.. OXTH.3KD ABSOLUTELY rtJr8.B
EVERY HAM AND PAIL OF LARD BRANDED.
pn TflppLiEB THE ST0 WERS PACKING co SCRANTON, PA
1 en thousand copies of this popular new song is
now being given away by us to everybody free and open
handed. You are not required to purchase any goods
in order to obtain it, but simply step inside and ask
for a copy and it will be cheerfully presented to you.
The music is printed on the best enameled paper, and
the front page contains a full-tone portrait of Miss
Delia Fox, for whom it was written, and who will
sing it here in "Panjandrum," Tuesday, May 8.
With the New Valves
Out of Sight.
Our new Bicycles are now
to be seen at our ,14 Lacka
wanna avenue store.
(j hMJ h 0 IN bi
And a full line of Iioys' and
Girls' Wheels. We are mak
injv extremely low prices on
Second hand Wheels.
SH Lacka. Ave.
OS mm Ofesst i e ww -
Reception and Visiting Cards,
Menus and Dinner Cards,
Stationers and Enr,rvers.
817 LACKAWANNA AVE
N.B. Wo uro offering a new
edition of tho Book of Common
Prayer, well bound in tlolh.
Two Copies for 25c.
Single Copies, 13c.
A vory sood IhOolnfsr Upright Hiano.
A Masoti 4 Mamlln, nearly new.hlgh top,
'. iloublo n-J
I An A. 1). Ch ut, nearly uw, high top,
I A ChiOago Cottage. narly new, high top.
I A WoivesUr. nearly now, high top,
I (loulilo rood
1 n urn 1 mu. m
Jl UlillLLlnlllUU L
and Organs at Vnoleaale and Retail, on Inatallnioiits.
AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
I For ONE WEEK ire Will sell Enamel M are at the following unpre-
oantBtad price : .
Tea and Coffee Pots
A!-o lrisdeu ami Preserving Kettles, Sauce Pans aud Pott
Wash Dishes and Tea Kettles at equally low prices.
GLOBE SHOE STORE
Satisfaction Guarantee 1
227 Lackawanna Avenue
EVANS & POWELL, Proprietors.
Dr. Hill Son
14 wn. liJO: tssrt eetj M: fee PU SMS
SOtl tSOtb will. ut sla'at, rallwt i-rou a4
triJt in k, rail for i rie ana reirnoi
TlN ALOTA. fur eitroiiu t)Ui ithaut I
sain. N o etber. No ga.
t f. lll--l M l ION A L RANK.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
TU Ppirlatlst on tb Eya ni4aohs an.l
Kerrouaness rcllv4. Latest and Improved
Style or F.T Ulassx ami Spoctaolw at th
Lowt Prlcoa. Bt Artlflclal Eyas uisrtd
SOf aPRUCE ST., op. Old Poet Office.
A 8tsm!rd,narly new.hlgh top,tloulil
a MMQietar, Hjerly new. high top,
doublo rred Si
And aOOOt H Other good second hand or
gans, $ to ftsi
Thn aboTO collection of Second hand Insru
nieiits artall in good ordor, fully gusran
tead, th greatest bargains ever offored Iu
this city. Call and se them Installments
or dltcoMnt for cash.
The (i teat Marvel of Dental Science
.V recent discovery nnd the 6ole
316 Lackawanna Avo.
WHAT J. Q. SEAMON'BSAYS ABOUT
IRS HI'MVUIIIi t WARUKU:
After h.itlut vlesen teeth rstrarted at
una alttlug y th painless method, I iro-
ooooee it sotlrely eatleatetavv in nrj
oaattietUotb J. o IXAMONI
DO YOU REQUIRE
WK HAVE IT.
EDWIN G. LLOYD 42Ivtck
Ikf ALL BK3T VAR
Aud all kinds GARDEN
SEEDS in bulk and in pack-
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UNITED STATES AND MJtXICO.
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coupon mm Attn nl slbeh.