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THE SCR ANTON TBIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING-. MAT 11, 1894.
Pdblipht:t) daily in schaw ton. Pa.. BY
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SKtiut-Caat JoiJ Matter.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE.
SCRANTON. MAY 11, 1894.
It took a good many years of hard
work to couvlnce tlie American con
gress that piracy wns not lew disreput
able iu the hook trade than on the hiirh
seas. American playwright, no less
than American authors, deserve legal
protection from barnstorming pirate
manager who steal their livelihood at
honest labor's espouse. The delegation
of dramatists wbloh wants congress to
do its duty in this matter should not
be long kept in uncertainty as to the
result of their potition.
The Farce Is Yet On.
That was a telling thrust by Senator
Hoar when he declared that the a unto
edition ot the WiUou bill "is founded
npt)D co principle, and is born of un
unnatural union between two hatreds
that of section against section and
that; of class Bigeiott class." "Two
dangers." he added impressively,
"threaten the republic. Oee i the
aeunisition in a few hands of vast no
enuinlations of wealth by dishonest or
questionable practie-s. and the other
the wicked and unscrupulous appeal to
tho prejudices and passions of large
musses of peoplo by political leaders
for political iullueuce, spreading
abroad throughout the country false
hoods which mtke the people tllssntis
fietl with their own institutions and
their own laws. "
When it is recalled with what in
temporauce o? vituperation the Demo
cratic campaign managers used to du
nounce the MrKiuley bill as a fraud on
the cousnmer, a sop to blackmailed
trust and a btrter of principles in ex
change for campaign assessments, it is
enrkus to view how thoroughly the
Democratic senate ha fallen into the
same ' unconstitutional" pitfalls. Note
tli foil wing brief summary of the
40o amendments tacked on, at the in
stigation of interested crmlii nations of
capital, by the Democratic finance com
mittee of the senate to tho Wilson bill
ns it emerged from the house. We Me
the language of tlie Washington cor
respondent of the inttsbur' Dispatch
Of course, none .if iho great interest de
manding protection set wh it they want,
but it is safe to say that uearlv all of them
are getting by the amended bill more than
they expected. The glass, pottery, iron
el . stow, and other great intrrett are
miteriaily favored by ttie chances, which
range rom 8 to 75 ptr cent advance as
compared with the Wllaoa lull. Steel ratlj
get a tntle ls than was reported a few
days ago. but 7 a ton is bettor thnn the
H.Jo or 13 of the Wtteon bill. Tin plate,
which was cut down bv the finance 0009
rmttee, i. restored to the flguree of the
Wilson bill, 1 1-8 cents a pound. An ad
vance i made all along the hue in cfcetai
cals and drags, AuruultuiWU are hone.
Bted in neerl bnndred eateadmieste,
V-' i v I ' ; : a-.-i :.atrr M r ; l.v are
triumphant i letting almost what ttev
demanded In relation to oollars and caffi
and abirts. Wool slmest alono n e-ne to
have b-en slighUsl by tho wreckers of the
vi uson oiil.
In the jadgmont of sober citizens of
nil parties, the most dangerous element
in our citizenship is that which bart
ers principle for nel.ish advantage. We
cail persons wLo do tuis demagogues.
The Democratic senator who promises
one corirse of public action and pur
sues another becan-e it is more sdven
tagsons to liimnelf or to his party, can
not escape a similar designation. He
is a public eueiny; because he would
blray bis country and hJs eo:iscienro
for money or position In the gari'h
lig.ht of the utter lack of dominating
principle, consistency or DtMbood 01
hibited by this DeBOCratea administra
tion in its treatment of momentous
pending Issues cm w wonder that
discontented and ignorant men, under
the doable eiiart of hunger and die
fnst, should give vent to turbulence,
march in lawless hordes to the n ition'e
capital for redress, or indnlgejiironnh
indfsc-eet writers and spokesmen, in
incendiary language or rlotOM demon
etrntion? The Iiemocratio party, as at present
managed, is utterly unlit to govern the
TrtFRK n a tendeucj ti reduci the
dockage of congressional salaries to an
absurdity. Men who get paid for ex
pected work ought to DO willing to do
the work, and do it earefuily and erelL
Yet the man who has intelligence
enough to meet the riqnir.iaents of a
member of the American congress
ought, theoretically at least, to be
above the puerile standards of disci
pline that prevail in the government of
truant tchool boys. If thero are men
in congress who cannot he trusted to
attend to their duties without the whip
of en OTerteei cracking at thoir backs,
they should bo attended to by thoir con
stituente. We should not take the hu
miliating alternative of publicly con
fessing, by the present strained dock -nge
system, that our federal law
makers are unfit to bo trusted to make
correct returns of their own days of
Thug Tactics on tho Diamond.
Among the great majority of person!
who attend base ball contention Scran
ton as well as elsewhere tho principal de
sire is to eeo good, clean, sharp playing
by well -balanced nines under circum
itancei conducive to wholesome recre
ation. The gambling element it al
most wholly weeded out of the grand
etand in thie city; and it will only be a
question of time wheu the grand stand
umpire, whether in a prens box or on n
bnnch less favorably situated for honest
criticism, will have to abate himself
and keep hie too-ready and too-voluminous
knowledge under better con
trol. In a purely local view of the base
ball situation, therefore, tbinge look
roseate, oven if the local players were
eomewhat dilatory in getting down to
The great danger in the .State leaguo
at present is encountered in what in
aptly iinmmed up as "dirty ball play
ing." There is altogether too muob of
rufQanism and conspicuous vulgarity
in the game, taken as a whole, than is
wholesome for the amusement's future,
In games in wbiob a certain club par
ticipated, one player one day hit the
nmpire with the ball; the next day an
other player hit him with hia clinohed
fist, and the third day the umpire was
mobbed and, it is reported, had to
alter a decision to save his life. Lastly,
with tho State league seaaon little
more than one week old, we have the
lnanarter of a third club refusing to
play ont the schedule with a fourth
(dub until the playing members of the
latter can be taught to behave like
gentlemen, at least while within the
view of respectable audiences.
No pastimo can prosper upon such a
plane as this. The State league cannot
last if it proposes to tolerate rowdyism.
It hns to be admitted that at least two
of the umpires under ealary from this
organization are inoonipetent and an
noying; but no action of an ninpiro on
the peaceful side of assanlt with intent
to Vill can justify the rnflianly tacties
and the foul talk thai have unfortun
ately become common incidents of ex
citing games in certain cities in this
circuit. The game as a public amuse
ment must be diiinfected and reor
ganized, else the decont part of the
publio will ftava littlo to do with it.
The RKQVI8T of Kiehard Croker to be
relieved of the detailed work eonneoted
with his management of the Taiuuiany
machine, combined with tho common
report that this wily sachem hopes to
induce Osenr Strauie to be the Tam
many candidate for mayor next fall,
in the hope of diverting tho gathering
storm of nutagonism to hi corrupt
Wo, indioates that he is not so little
aiTeeted by publio sentiment as he tries
to lmv, it appear. There is a certain
olalin on our admiration in the shrewd
ness with which he foresees that thi
is not likely to be his kind of year, po
litically; but oven this low cunning
cannot escape the popular wrath that
i slowly condensing over the head of
Hill Tweed's pupil and successor, tiie
present uncrowned king of Manhattan
Next Meniere Day.
This year's commemoration of tho
Wyoming massacre oo July a prom
ises, from present indications, to be
exceptionally enjoyable. Judge Syl
vester Dana, of Concord, N. II., ii to
deliver tho historical address; and his
widespread renown as a polished and
scholarly orator assures in effort
worthy of the time and theme. Fol
lowing Judge Dana, wi!h brief re
marks supplementary to tho regular
oration, Dr. J. K Boyle and Sidney K,
Miner will speak. Ten-minute bio
graphical sketches of L D Shoemaker
and Dr. EL. Holl liter, both of whoa
were active memberi and at rerioui
times vice preeidents of the Wyoming
Commemorative association, will be
read, and the musical number inter
vening will, as usual, be appropriate
The association is exceptionally for
tunate tins roar in its i flleial orginii
tion. The DM re mention of the names
and positions stiflioes to commend it a
uncommonly strong. Calvin l'arsous
is reeldent.Amoi g the rice-presidents
areiiarrltk M. liar ling, Sheldon Rejra
olds, William L. t'onyngham. itenjamin
Dormice and Charles A. Minor. The
secretary, Dr V C. Johneon, is justly
celebrated for his historical researches ae
we.l as .'or I. is !lioi.-ncy and success in
OOC temporary altsirs; while in liaorea
II. Baker, as correal ending seeretarr,
Dr. Harry Hakes as treasurer, and WIN,
liiui A. Wilcox a librarian, the asso
ciation baa member! notably conspicu
ous in the intellectual life of the
It M to h regretted that the general
tendency of educated Americans is not
more marked In the direction of local
biltl 'loal research Careful study
of the tiei of lineage and inter
woven biography, and familiarity with
the receding past of bis home eonmn
ritv make of any man, however liberal
and steady hv instinct and disposltlov,
a broader and truer citizen. There is
something In such an inquiry which
puts the student in better touch with
human na'.nre and into kindlier aecord
with contemporary events. These an
nual rommuinorttiona at Wyoming on
M is aor cl iy wonld p rfi r::. n inval
Uble service to Northeastern I'cunsyl
vania if they did nothing more than
direct attention to tho wide t'ulj of in
viting research connected with a single
epieode of the battle for Independence
I'xing also molt enjoyable es mere pas
times, thev are doubly valuable and
doubly worthy of the publio' active
It Is At I, very well for Mr. Halfour,
as leader of the EfigiUh opposition, to
declare enthusiastically in favor of the
reh ll 'litation of silver by International
agroement That means freeii embar
rassment to the Liberals, whoae prsn
ent chief was, until recently, related
tiy marriage to the greatest "gold bug '
familv in h'nrope. But it is Quite
snother matter to procare the needed
international agreement. Tho man
who can effect tins will have Urj-o
claim to nmversal gratitnde.
Iconoclastic A. Smith.
This is an age of disenchantment !
With the march of time the idols of th e
past are crumbling and fulliug to dust.
Great thinkers of the day ere con
stantly destroying the cherished le
gends of past ages and are reducing
highly tinted lines of history to cold,
matter of fact ntatoments, and are in
many other ways rendering pointless
the most thrillingefforts of the "truth
ful Jameses" of other centnries.
The assertions that Shakespearo did
not write Shakespeare, nnd that Chris
topher Columbus did not discover
America and that Harbara Freitchie
did not wave the Hag at Stonewall
Jackson at Fredericksburg.are now fol
lowed by the announcement that Joan
of Arc was not burned at the stake.
The bravo individual who has thus
dared to oast a shadow of doubt over
tins most delightful number of Sunday
school library literature is one Adolplie
Smith. According to Smithy the Maid
of Orleans was an ordinary person not
entitled to any more credit than one of
Coxey's angels of peace. He insinu
ates that Joan was a plain fanatic; that
she cut no lignre ns n fighter and that
Instead of being burned at tho stake
she married and settled down and be -oame
matron in a household devoid of
This propensity of ngec of the pres
ent to destroy the bright legends of the
past is certainly discouraging. In days
of youth we have gazed with deep ad
miration upon the portraits of Joan
aeatod on a white bores at the bead of
her army clothed in a ehirt of mail,
with her hair arranged a a Sutherland
eistera; and tho pictures of tho martyr at
the stake with tho flames stealiug over
tho tups of her rnsset shoes lacked only
the presence of the bowling Indian
warriors indulging in weird terplscho
rean exercise to make them perfect
ideals iu the eyes of the email boy.
Bnt now all is o'er. Joan was not
roasted and from the insinuations of
Smith her saored sword was just as
likely to have been a broomstick. Jmt
think of it! The Maid of -Orleans fat,
fair and forty, nnd thn mother of six
children! Upon the whole it Bootns a
matter of regret that both Joan nnd
Smith were not burned at the same
The np.-NOMiNATioN of President
Judge Thomas J. Clayton, of Delaware
county, is unfortunatoly clearly fore
shadowed by the detailed returns of
last Wednesday's primaries. Consid
ering the character of the opposition,
Judge Clayton's re-noinination would
obvionsly be a public misfortune. He
has been repeatedly atxused by trust
worthy witnesses of practices and pol
itical association whicli no reputable
voter would care to endorse. His vic
tory will mean tho defeat of pure
methods nnd the humiliation of citizens
who had hoped for the cleansing
of a perverted bench. This victory, by
all accounts, is not a sober indorse
mcut of an intelligent majority but tho
contribution of grateful corrnptioniste
proffered over the prostrate form of
justice and fair play. If tho Republi
cans of Delaware county shouM decide
that Judge Clayton does not fairly rep
resent the paity and should either re
fuse to vote for him or chooso an inde
pendent candidate, it wonld be a
wholesome rebuke to methods that no
honest man can or dare sanction by
voice or vote.
BRIEF JOTTINGS OF P01ITIC3.
The proposed lle-iry !sv league of Ue -publican
tuube, which origiuatel in l' lts
ville, is getting on famously. A perman
ent organization of club No. 1 has jolt
! t eiT. i ted. with a roter of member
representing many moving powers in
BcbuylkUl count) politics. This u the lie!
of offloeiai President. Cant D, C Ken
ning; Mce presidents, lien. J. K. Siegfried,
John sirnthors, Philadelphia; Col. II. m.
Thompson, John K. dressing, Oct. J, fl
Prick; scrretary, harles A Snyder; fin
ancial secretary, ( apt. J. Frank Werner;
treasurer, J. K. Sogfried; moderator,
Daniel Lewis, vice moderator. William S
B! tefer. C K Acker, S I). Collins (' II.
Haxiard end G. A Iterner. The initiation
fee is J, meeting ere held twiew ech
month and any liepnbllcao voter is eligible
to membership The idea does not Con
flict With the State league of Republican
tluua, but will tiea valuable suppleuieut
to th t earn eel )Aj.
e e e
The varolii RepthtiOM etlhl Ot 11 errt
burg, who will neit September t railed
Upon to entertain the annual oonveutiou
of the Stain I -e igne of Krpobllcan clol,
have organised for that lion;. liable ri tr
br the election of Senate Librarian Miller,
clia'rman; SJaj T John W. Nuip'.u, vice
cl. airman, l aytlia Johu II. Campbell,
secretary, and District Attorney liet.
wellrr, treasurer. A jwrraaneot Mecntive
committee was appo. sited Au effort will
be made to make A. WilsOti Norri. a
young lawyer of that city.on of the vic
preeldentl of the league, and a resolution
looking to that end D unanimously
agree I tn. Mr N orris was chosen to de
liver the addrem of welcome to the dele
gates to the convention.
Sevsltiee never ceeee. Now wo are
kited to chronicle the organistem m
( rvwford OOUnty Of an "Association for
the Promotion of a lnre Ballot and an
Boaeel ount." That there i a field for
political purification in Crawford ooeaiy,
la both pa" lev wiil not bo d '.-puled by
inybody familiar with the In and out4.
The question u h w this field ran be rov
en 1 l an organisation which seems to
have i il, suited moetof t'.seurrgia on IU
It 1 a eutetl ev.deure of the utter laclc
of 'icttora to tlie Pennsylvania lemocracy
at !M tun" that th suggestion of a pne
slble candidacy In Oppoeilloa to Tleclfip
Is no sooner mad than there Is some die
gr-mti-d b urh n faction ready to rear up
with a viihb.iog pr test. The objeeti .
that the llulier Herald raiee agaiut
Colonel K. Ilruee Itlcketta, let Instance, 1
that he "parts hi name in the middle . "
It's deemed Ijmfleant by tome that
after l.arlu lb grs, of Kane, the candi
date of the t .rtloi uteri, group f. r secre
tary "f internal allairs, had en erged frm
a prolonged c .nsuitaliou with Senator
Quay, at weehlngton, the other day, be
ltnif.e.1 that It "looked like Haaliuge,
l.yon, Myliu, l.a'ta, Orowud Huff "
Walter I. von frsnkly admit thai Jack
RobihCM " making a good fight," hut be
thinks it is ton much to expect the east
ern nd of the stale to get everj thing
S of the west are entitled to the loeind
place on the ticket, even if the geograpU
val claim it all that 1 cau boast of. '
Coloiel ileyd. the poet ; -litis lan of the
Lateral uuterritbd, ooaclndei e seething
broadiide at the Rhot boom with ti e
cruel peroration i "Garmen'i bicrri i
only built for 00 an. I he is pushing It at a
faei i ace Du j m -I wom
liepnbbcan primaries will le held on
Saturday In Allegheny. Dauphin. Tioga
and Washington countiisx and they wi.l
practically close up the state conventl u
Has th Tariff H.-tmt Re.chd Thlf
Profemor Wlltoo, i thle yoar hint I it
jvairs and do yon love it till Or is it
rather a bitter pill that you mUlteWllloW,
although it iii' Ooma, toll us truly aid
say it tdow if yon ever expected it thus to
grow? Moths Kchedules atlll suit, whether
high or hoy, and do you export it to be a
go No wonder Is it your health is bad.that
your legs are weak nnd your fsce is sad.
no wonder that nothing can make youglld
when of such a bill you urc callod tho dad.
No Tilfllna- Matter.
We'll not worry o'er the neachea,
Hut our Birth must surely stop
When a fear this country reaches
For the Oeorgla melon crop.
He'd Rotter Ao' Quickly.
If it is perliuent to the orrasion, we
Would suggest that General llarrity gst
out a hatMiaa corpua that he may be
enabled siiccosafully to locate tho remnant
of his party.
Will Scon B In Ssaaon.
After the font ball Is over
After the field is clear
Strnighten my nose ami shoulder;
Help mo to flndmv ear.
Nf. hntii Mumoritt,
The Modern Flood.
Sprinkle, sprinkle, oh thou cart,
WhlsB we wonder at tho art
Which enables you to male
Of each crossing one small lake.
To EUotric City Tlutlneas Men.
An odvertiseraent may be compared to
the eiectrlc. current. The newspnpor is
tho switchboard. The advertiser is the
operutor. When the advertiser Would
electrify the public he manipulates the
switchboard, and tho powerful current
Which he so thoroughly controls enlivens
the community and often shocks or even
kills a competitor.
THAT TIREO FtELING.
I'm tired of infant prodigies.
Now tell me are not your
I'm tired of weather prophecies
That always miss their cue.
I'm tired of buying goods marked down,
Way down their cost below;
01 building lots outskirtiug town
That double value so.
I'm tired of ladies who remain
Unmnted from Bheor choice;
Of maids who sing, yet plead and feign
To have indeed no voice;
Of girls who never novels buy.
So classical are they;
Ot youth just home from college high,
Who knows It all his way.
I'm tired of seeing ballot twirls
Ity girls whose sons cau vote;
Of seeing fluffy golden curls
That peroxide denote;
Of clerks who kuew beroro I ask
The very thing 1 want,
Of would-be friends who neath tho mask
Of bluntness hurl the taunt.
I'm tired of fatal accident
Hy gun unloaded quito,
Of tonic, surely "heaveu sent,
That puts all ilU to flight;
Of drivers and of motor men
Who never look my way;
if him who borrows just :i ton,
And quite forgets to pay.
I'm tued of hearing old friends prate
o'er days perfection fraught;
Of never hearing, lose or take,
I 'f raffle tickets bought.
Of all these things, and many more,
I'm tired ns tired cau be,
And as all rhvinste is are a bore,
1 know you're tired of hip.
AVm Orleans Hfeaytuio,
131 and 133
N. Washington Ave.
422 LACKA. AVE.
The Fllttt is the Citj.
The latest Improved fur
nlsliinns and appsratus (or
keeping meat, bntier nnd egga
Ml m rasalai At.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Qualified Veterinary Surgeon,
Over Thirty Vnsm' RlperleMl
Ursdunts i t tho Ainerl.au Vetorlimry
The trilm.'iit ..f I.AMKNKSS and other Im-
pedteesti in tim noTene&ti nf hr.oH
I. sine and i. k Mrisjls I'xaiiiinitl and pre-
srritxd for free ol HBigeeiery ICoodu from
I to - IV M.
D OOP ttaatei and eolderiai u deqe awa
N Willi bv the w of HAKTMAN'S LAT
ENT PAINT, irkleb eeMMi of Iniredl ms
wi ll known to all ll ran l aiiplimi to tin.
lialranlzod tin. Hhnot Iron roofa, also to lirlrk
dwellings, whl. li will prevent alwolntoly any
iruinhliue, oraoklDI or iireakint; of the
brick It will outlast tlnuliin ol any kind l.y
many yeiirs.imd it h cost ilm-K i, .t exceed ,,n,.
fifth that. if :h.. i-uat of tlunlnit la sold by
tho joli or pound Coutraeta taken liv
s i.iMn HAHTHANN, .v.'T lliichBt.
T n urjn J- 1
WANT a Piano or Organ Cheap?
LOOK AT THE LIST:
An extra Ann Henry K. Miller Rqusro
An ex I in line " hiikorlMK 'Siunro I'lnoo ITfi
A nood ItalneK Hrotlien .Square 1'iano... 1011
A good Meyer lirothora Mpiaro I'lano,.., DO
A food Kirth & I'ond rWp;iare l'iano 75
A Kond Vinphonin 8iiai e I'lano SO
A very irooil H,,toii l'iauo Co. Walnut
A very good Wheclork t'prlifht Piano.. Inn
A X'try trood W'heelork Upright l'inno. . 13U
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE,
GOLDSMITHS 8 BAZAAR
YOU WANT A NEW DRESS
You've settled that question in your mind already. And after
seeing the new dresses in church of late, you've about made up
your mind that you can't get one too soon before the prettiest
things are all gone. It's only a question where you shall get
it. You want, of course, new spring styles, new combinations
new colorings and new textures; in fact, you want a large va,
riety to select from, so that you will take no chances in having
something old palmed off on you.
We iLre tlie People
And everybody knows it, that always are the first to show the
latest productions from foreign and domestic looms.
All-wool Silk and Wool Novelties, never shown before, ju3t opened.
New Brocaded and Striped Sewing Silk Grenadines; are very scarce, but we
have a large line of them.
Japanese, Chinese and Lyons Silks, in all of the new and beautiful desien3 at
popular prices. '
French Wool Challie3, our latest and last importation for this season, just out,
Wash Dress Boo(ls- Bh' Such a Variety
Consisting of Frm f!hrW Pfinoraoa Rat-anna flwitrnl Oil1, Tt4..J a:
Consisting of Foo Chow
1 r i
urepes, oreponettes, Bengalines, Ginghams, Dimities, etc., etc.
A stock unsurpassed in variety, newness and cheapness.
AT NOTION P0I1NTPP piS?tpaj?il,U1?ToU8ap 9c-p tb.ee Cikes.n
Al II U 1 1 U ll VjUUlULilV Ovik (Jartere, wh Oxidized end Silver Clis;. usu.il price, 50o. Special
Siile l'ricc, 25 CENTS.
With the New Valves
Out of Sight
Our new Hicycles are now
to be seen at our I Lacka
wanna avenue store.
And a full line of Hoys' and
Girls' Wheels, Wc are mak
ing ctremcly low prices on
314 Lacka. Ave.
SPBCIAL F )K A
A Guaranteed Foun
tain Pen, regular
)rice $1. 50, t r
Stationers and Engrivers.
SI7 LACKAWANNA AVU
Dr. Hill Son
ff forth. IUB) lxwt ant, JS; for Bold raps
and teeth without plale-i, railed rrown and
bridge work, rail for prime and referonoes.
roiWkLQIA, for eltractiug- lioth without
lulu. Mouther. No icaa.
OVKK FlllST NATIONAL BANK.
A very good Bhonlngrr Upright I'lano.. U'O
A Mason Hatnllu.nearly now.hlgh top,
double reed 9 M
AnA.H. Cliaao, nearly new, high top.
double rood 75
A t'lilrago ('ott.iKP.no.tr ly now, high top,
double reed 50
A Wonehtor, nearly new, high top,
double reed ft)
and Organs at Wholesale and Ketall, ou Installments,
Pongees, Sateens, Swivel
THE : COLUMBIA :
224 Spruce St, Op. Tribune
fE ItTet the flrim.t !ln uf Wbrwls of
lnrrhiMr tsairht to rid.,
in-vmn. !!. iI Hirins innwrornl hii'l wh
WANT THE LARGEST
Amount of convenience for the least expense.
WANT TO KNOW
The secret? It lies in
Alaska : Refrigerator.
We have Many Style3 and Sizes.
K i 1 1
The best is none too
good. Ours are 18-k.
All sizes and weights.
423 Lackawanna Ave.
The I it rat Marvel of Dental Science
A recent diMOTOry ami the 6olo
Henwood k Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J. Q. SEAMONS SAYS ABOUT
nits. BBITWOOD WABDKIXi
After tiavlnu rlrven teetli . v f r . t . . t at
one alttlnn tiy the pnlnleaa method. I pro
nounce It uiitlrely intlarnrtorv In every
particular. J. O. UAMOMI
A Standard, nearly new.hlgh top.doublo
A SdiitnlMmo- Iiiittrlv new. hitftl top.
double rood 1
And nbout .11 other good second hand Or
gans, f25 to lint
The above collection of eroud hand Imm
inent ureal! iu good order, fully guaran
teed, the greateat bargaliw ever offered In
this city. Call and see th m Installments
or diacount for caah.
Silks, Dotted Swisses.
BICYCLE : AGENCY
all gr.i.. anil iriirnt"o overv maeblai
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IS IT NOT
A BEAUTY? I
Globe Shoe Store!
Evans & Powell I
FORTY FORT COAL
A limited Dumber of the above
Kinds are for sale at par ami ae
orned interetl by the following
parties, from whom copies of the
mortgage and full Information cau
B.W. Mulligan, Cashier Second
National Hank, Wilkos-Barre, Pa.
W. L.Watson, Cashier First Na
tional Bank, 1'ittston, Pa.
J. L. Polen, Cashier People's
Savings Bank, Pittstou, Pa.
A. A. Bryden, President Miners'
Savings Bank, Pittston, Pn.
And by tho Serauton Savings
Bank and Trust Company, Trustee
under tho Mortgage.
T. ft Atherton, Counsel,
Inserted In THE TRIBUNE at the
rate ot ONE CENT A WORD.