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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNESTG. JUNE 7, 18i4.
STELLE i SEELEY,
134 WYOMING AV.
FINEST LINE IN THE CITY
POR THE PRICE,
And always have
MANUFACTURED AMD FOB HALE TO
THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Co,
EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE fiFHWIVE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
Q B. & Co.,
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
UllUtT HOVHK kUUAitat,
OR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR, Ix'OSE AND THROAT.
2.20 TO IU)
35 WYOMING AVE.
Dr. Kolb U the ijuest of his friend, Dr.
L. S. B u nes.
J. Harry Waite, of Binshamton, was in
the city yesterday.
Josepn McCornieck, of Bingliamton, is
Tisitini. in f-'cranton.
Miss Lillian Noaltes and Miss Sue Pyle,
of Moscow, are in tho city.
Dr. and Mrs. War,', of Scranton, are vis
iting f i iouds in Bingbamton.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Tarnell, of Mon
trose, are visiting friends in tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Tarboll, of Mont
rose, are visiting friends in tho city.
Mr. and and Mrs. Frederick J. Belcher,
of Phiiadlphia, are at the Westminswr.
Mrs. D. T. Brewster, of Montrose, is the
guest Of Dr. Brewster of Wyoming
Mrs. Frances Swan has returned from n
New England trip, and is residing at the
George C. Sanborn, of the Scranton Res
cue mi-sion, was in attendance at the
Union Rescue mission in Binghnmton, last
THE FUND IS GROWING.
Contribu'lorie Reolvad to Aid the Ml
ners Now on Strike.
Contribution! received sinca last re
port by Messrs. Mcliliee and McDer
niilt, on behalf of miner on striko in
M. Robinson $ m oo
E. P. Kingsbury o 00
A. J. Casey no
M. F. Jenkins 1 yo
Michael Hand 2 no
Patrick Coyne 5Q
V"8'1 1 00
M. F. Sando 2 Oil
Daviex & Urillin 5 oo
M. E. McDonald !) 00
Banner Bros fi 00
Miners at Central Sline 4o 75
Miners at Dodge Mine 1)4 H3
Miuers at BelUvue 104 B8
Machiuists 5 00
Total C0 43
All members of the Peoples' Party
county committee of Lackawanna county,
Pa., are requested to meet at the rooms of
the People's Party club, 421 Lackawanna
avenue, Kcrauton, Pa., Thursday evening,
June 7, lb'J4, nt o'clock.
W. li. Thompson,
Harris sells J8 parlor suits for ?2D.
Auction store, 3(H Peun ave.
Scranton' Buslneaa Interests.
Thk Tribune will soon publish a caro
fully compiled and dassitled list of tho
lending wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Interest! of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnbllc build
ings, business blocks, stroets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Scrautuii's many indus
tries. It will be au invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and bo an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at largo. Representatives of Tin. Thidu.vu
will call upon those whohk names
are desired in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please liave notice at
Fesdle & Woen's and Kalian tins'
Ales kto the btst. E. J. Walsii, Agent,
82 Lackawanna a venue.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
Gouncilmju Ross and Golden Have Been Mix
BRUTAL HUSBAND'S AWFUL ACT
Frank Mo ran Narrowly Escapes a
Cont of Tar and Feathers Mr.
Golden Wants to Know What Mr.
Ross Is Going to Do About It Mor
rison an Artful Dodger Kellow
A domestic altercation which might
have resulted in a tragedy and which
did bring a brutal husband next door
to a coat of tar and feathers, wu en
acted on West Market street Tuesday.
Frank Moran and his wife roceutly
moved from Hyde Park into oue of tho
houses owned by W. 13. Chriitmas.
Their domestic life had been anything
but pleasant and during a quarral over
a trivial matter while at dinner Moran
seized a kettle of boiling water from
the stove and began pouring the scald
ing fluid upon the defenceless woman.
Too wife's shrieks of agony and ter
ror soon brought a crowd of persons
upon tho scene and when they coin
prehondod what a fiendish act Moran
had performed thoy suggested a coat of
tar and feathers ns a punishment.
Wiser counsel prevailed among u few,
and Morui was handed over to the po
lice. Meanwhile the sufferiiigs ol Airs.
Moran were intouse and pitiful; the
upp r pirt of her body w.U a uiuso of
Dr. Murphy was cnllod and applied
palliative remedies. It is not thought
that Mrs. Moran's injuria! are fat il.
CGUNCILMEN AT OuDS AND ENDS.
Frianda of Mr. Roa and Mr. Golden
Await the Riault
The latest local politic 1'. tilt of the
North End between Select Councilman
Ross and Common Councilman Golden,
both of the First ward, has caused con
sidfTable discussion and some umuso
Mr. Rons recontly hired a number of
Hungarians to do aoma grading ou
North Main avenue. When the work
wns completed and t3e pay rolls were
taken to Mr. Golden for hu signature,
the common couuciliD.au refused to
sign them. Ilia excuse is that the tax
payers are idle and need work.
It does not appear from Mr Golden's
standpoint whether the Hungarians
are taxpayers or not, nor whsther or
not tho men are entitled to piy for
honest labor properly psrforini'l. Any
how, it's a pretty modal and Mr. Gul
den has assumed a what-are you-'oing-to-do-about-it
attitu le, whila the
iriends of both p irties wonder if the
dignity of the two city legislative bo
dio3 will really have to settle it.
ON UNSUSPECTING WOMEN.
Man Named MirrUoa Oats Dollars
Under F.il'.o Pretenses.
North Eud poopla of credulity should
be on the alert for a limn named Mor
rison, who is u very smooth and plaus
ible individual who ralies upon chase
qualities to worm good dollars from
His most recent oall was at the
home of Patrick Campbell, of William
street. Mrs. Campbell was told that her
husband wanted $2 Morrison's manner
was reassuring enough to receive the
money. Mrs. Campbell learned of her
mistake when her husband arrived
Her description of the Individual
was perfect enough to secure his ap
prehension after a brief psriod. Hi
admitted hit guilt and was released
aftur he had returned the money.
Will Occur Wednesday, Jan 20, in As
bury M. E Church.
On Wednesday morning, Jnne 20, in
the Asbury Methodist Episcopal
church, Green Ridge, will occur tho
wedding of Miss Gertrude Liura Kel
'ow., eldest daughter of Mr. an 1 Mrs.
Richard W. Kellow, of Monsey avenue,
to Edward Wallace Lewis, of Chicago.
Miss Kllow is a highly accomplished
and popular young lady, whose many
friends extend their well wishes .
OTHER NORTrl ENO NOTES.
Miss Hattie Thomas, of East Market
stroet, has been ill for the past week.
The Electric Literary iiud Social club
have handsomely furnished rooms on Mary
street, where they assemble evury evening
for tho purpose of debating on current
events. The meinbors of the club nre a
progre-8ive body of young men, eager and
willing to profit by discussion and re
search. The literary talout of tho club is
being developed to a treat degree.
THE TWELFTH WiHO CONTEST.
Furihtr Testimony Hnard rtefore thi
There was anotner hearing in the
Twelfth ward conteat election cases
before Commlssinneri W. Gsvlord
Thomas and W. W. Haylor yesterday
afternoon in the arbitration room.
Tiie voters of the old Twelfth were
out in forco but expressed themselves
as far from pleased at the idea of hav
ing to abandon tlifir usual occupations
and appear before a commissioner to
prove that they hud u right to cast a
vote at the election last February.
Henry W. Coylo and James Mmley
were the only parties to the contest
present. Thoy occupied seats at the
tables with their Attorneys and when
not consulting with them, glared at
The present contest, will lenve a deep,
dark siraiu noroai t lie political horiz fh
of the Twelfth ward that will Uke
inauy puts of liKrmony paint to wipe
Mr. Coylo declores that thus far the
contest bus been decidedly in hie favor.
CHAXLES BROWN 6RRS.STED.
He Is Chnigod with Huvine; Violated the
I itarnnl R v nun Lnwa.
Charles Brown, the proprietor of a
Centre street resort, is in trouble with
the internal revenue authorities.
H" was arrested yesterday afternoon
by D.pnty United States Marshal
BeaillOO on iulorm ition sworn out by
Deputy Internal R v?nuo Collecior
William Craig Wbifin ouargea Brown
with selling liquor without paying an
internal revenue licenae.
Brown was taken beforo United
States Commissioner A. J. Colborn, jr.,
where be entered bail to nppeur mis
morning for a hearing.
STRUGGLING FOR THE CHILDREN.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Andre Want Poa
etialon of Their OiT prlnir.
Anton Andre, of StnilLvilU, Luzerne
county, yesterday made application to
the court through Attorney F, J. Fitz
siinmons for a writ of )uboas corpus.
Andre complains that his two chil
dren, Viadltner, agod 14. and Stanis
laus, aged 11, are restrained of their
liberty nt Olypbant by their mother,
Anniv Andre, for uo just cause.
A writ of habeas corpus was issusd
directing Mrs. Andre to produce the
children in oourt on Friday and explain
by what right abe claims the possession
of the children.
WELTE AND A STOVE PIPE HOLE.
They Formed a Bsd Combination for
Mrs. Ilalfmau and William Z rn.
August Halfmnn, of Dunmore, went
before Alderman Wright yesterday
and lodged information against his
wife, Mary, and bit boarder, William
Zorn, for immoral conduct.
A warrant was ia.U)d and the de
fendants gave bail in ibi sum of $300
each to answer the cburges lu court.
Zorn boarded with the 11 alt mans and
one evening recently another boarder
named William Wolto s.uv the alleged
criminal act through a stove pipe hole
in the ceiling.
Funeral of Mn. Robert Waltoi?, of Lu
The manv friends of the late Mrs.
Robert Walton, of Luzerne street,
gathered at tho family home yesterday
morning, where brief funeral services
were held. The cortege, followed by a
large concourse of people then moved
to bt. i'atrick .. church, where a solemn
high muss of requiem was celebrated at
9 o'clock, Rv. J, B. Whelan officiating;.
Hie floral Ottering! were many and
included hau Isomt) design. After the
services interment was made in tho
Hyde Paik Catholic cemetery. The
pall bearers were Mi. -until Lyons.
Diniel Connell, William Corbett, A. P.
McNulty, Mictiael Coughlin and Pat
CLLViR VOUNG LADIES.
Gave a Fine Entertainment at St. Da
vid's Schoolroom on Jackeoa Street.
St. David's schoolroom on Jackson
street, was crowded last evening upon
tiie occanon of tho p;rformance of a
comedietta entitle! ''Who's to Win
Him." The performance exceeded the
anticipations of the audience and
showed evident signs of careful prep
aration and rehoarsal. Charles Fraser
excited roars of laughter by his humor
ous acting. Charles Illume actedhis part
exceedingly well as also did Louis
Howell ns a young officer in search of
a wife. Miss Helen Thayer as the her
oine, captured the young officer very
successfully und to the entire satisfac
tion of her admirers. Miss May Fis
her showed great aptitude for tier part
and was uppreciaiel by the nndieuce.
Miss Mumie Ebsinger entered splendid
ly into the spirit of her role of Arabella
an I was thoroughly snccssful Miss
Maud Fisher carried out the "roman
tic" young lady with great success and
Maggie Phillips met with a good re
ception an Minuetta who was exceed
ingly fond of dancing.
The entertainment was promoted by
the Young Ladies' guild and great
credit is due for the general arrange
ment us well as for the endeavors made
for the comfort of the visitors in the
suape of refreshments at the conclu
sion of the performance, whou c t'.i
and ice cream Were served by the per
formers. We should not omit to men
tion that the dresses showed excellent
taste and presented u very elective
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Miss Emily Anthony, of Binghamton, is
visiting friends here.
F. J. Johnson, of North Robocca avouuo,
was in Duryea yesterday.
The Druid Olee society will meet this
evening 111 St. David s kill.
The parsonage of tho Washburn Presby
terian church is now being moveu across
Mrs. Michael McOill, of Tenth stroet.has
n turned from a weeks' visit with friends
Mrs. Bonry Collius and Mrs. Richard
Williams both of Pittsburg, are visitiug
frieuds on this side.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. O'llaro,
of Van Buren aveuuo was buried yester
day afternoon. Interment was made in
tho Hyde Park Catliolic cemetery.
A vote of thanks was tendered to T.
Ellsworth Davis, of the Hrm of Davies &
utifiin, by tho Harmonic Choral society
for his financial support during the Pitts
Miss Ada Farrington, of North Hyde
Park avenue, was tendered a party by her
many friends on Tuesday evening. A
most enjoyable time was the result. Re
freshments were served at a late hour.
The following officers have been recom
monded for tho Plnlharmouic Choral so
ciety: President, Rowland D. Thomas;
vice. president.Johu II. Phillips; secretary;
Thomas Marshall; treasurer, John D.
Richards; conductor, Thomas Watkins.
The excursion of Rob irt Morris lodge.
Order of American True Ivorites, to Lake
Ariel, takes place this morning. Special
cars will leave Hyde Park at 7.43 o'clock.
The train will leavo the Erie and Wyom
ing Valley Railroad depot at 8:30 o'clock
and several hundred will attend. Music
for dancing by Hayes orchestra.
ivter Mallaney. a resident of North
2"ain avenue, got into au angry dispute in
tL' saloon of Hanngau & Moran yester
day. In thu heat of passion ho hurled a
beer ghu-s, which was intended for tho
head of a bystander, throunh one of tho
In.nt wiudows. He was arrested and
placed in the West Side station house.
A souvenir strawb- rrv festival wnsLivon
last evening in the Fu st Welsh Baptist
cnurcu Dy cia.ses ami :;.) or tuo Sunday
school. A very large number of people
Were present. A programme of a 1 iterary
and musical nature was rendered. Much
credit i duo Misses Sarah Meredith and
Entitle Evans, the teachers, who had the
affair in charge.
David Charles Rohorts, a 0110 legged
man well known ou this side.created quite
a Bcime 011 Main avenue aud JaCKton
street last evening, Ho was driving a
horse attached to a light buggy up Jack
son street, and being in a drunken condi
tion slipped from too seat and fell between
the wheel and box of ihe vehicle. The
timely action ot 11 few bystanders saved
him from injury.
(Jilt edged batter, V3a Olabxb Bbos.
PLOPLL'S CHtAP EXCURSION.
All Day Sn.iduy at Niseim Fade.
Saturday evening, Juno U, the popular
Erie lines will stm t a grand cneap excur
sion for the people to the tin at Cataract
und Buffalo, accompanied by a fine bai.il
of music, arriving at the F.dls at 0 a. m.,
Siiin.liiv ntwl 1 1 V 1 - oil llu. ,..i,nrit i,f a ftit ,.
in., arriving at hotne station in time for a
Koou logins leei, lor .nununy's worK.
Ticket) will also be good to return oil nuy
regular train Monday, Juno 11,
Train iii leave Oarbondute at 7.15, Fare
round trip on $3. Do not miea this oheap
Muslo B..xsi Excluelvbly.
Best made. Play liny desired number of
tninfl. Oanttcn! & Sons., manufacturers,
II 30 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful or. -lies 1 rial organ, only $6 aud flu.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired auu improved with new tuuus.
AM ERICA ILLUSTRATED.
By a new ai rangoment TnE Tnm
une is eunbed to offer its reuders
any one of the twenty parts of the
"America" portfolio for ten cents.
All pnrts are now ready. This is tho
finest collection of popular photogra
phic Views in print. Bend stamps or
cash. No coupon is necessary.
The Meadow Brook Breaker Shut Down for
an Indtfluite Period.
CULVERT IN VERY BAD CONDITION
Filling of tho Pittston Avenue Culvert
and the Sides of Brook Street in
Dangerous Condition New Water
Plugs Being Put In Game of Base
Ball Saturday Personals and Short
er Paragraphs of News.
Since the first of the current month
the breaker of the Meadow Brook col
lery of William Connell & Co. has been
shut down. The shaft, however, is
kept rnnning, the coal mined in it be
ing sent to the Nntional breaker. For
some time pust tho amount of coal
mined in the different woikins of the
company has been far less than would
warrant the operations of the two
breakers. The National breaker is pat
terned after the most improved style
and Its capacity iH sufficient to prepare
a large tonnage. There has 1-eon no
definite policy settled by the laaunge
mvnt in regard to the future of the
Meadow Brook breaker. The structure
is old and in need of repairs, ud be
fore u reeuino it will be necessary to
overhaul it thoroughly.
There has uot been any chauite made
to any extent in the forera in. Malach
Coyne, who spent his time botween
both breakers as outside tnperlndent,
simply will be Jr quired to look after
one plaut less. Frank Sleppy, outside
foreman at tho National colliery, has
been reduced to the ranks witn the
machinists guog. Nearly all of the
workmen at tho abandoned breaker
have been giveti employment ut the
CULVERT IS D. NGEROUS.
The Entiri Work Tbratens to do to
Picea Unlets Rtpsircd at Once.
The sides of the Pittston avenue cul
vert and the sloping land adjacent on
Brook street are settling and threaten
to cave at auy inomeiit, thereby doing
much damage to the culvert and possi
bly blocking up the stream. Thu up
per side of Pittston avenue is the worst,
because if it gives way tho result wili
be that the stream will become blocked
If thnt ever happens some fear that
there will be u second odition on 11
smaller BCnleof the famous Conemangh
From trustworthy resources, a Titm
use reporter was given to understand
that repairs would begin on it at once.
This is a case where a "stitch in time
saves a iniue."
MANY FIRE PLUGS RCTE0.
There Is Alio Need of More Fire Alarm
The South Side conncilmon have
each ineceedod ,in multitilyini.' of late
the fire plngl in thoir different wards
In tho upper eud of the Ninott'outh
and the lower end of the Twentieth,
Where practically no service could b
given in tihtine fires by reaBOu of the
utsence of plui to got water Irom, a
number huv been put in.
What is now also needed Is toniu
1 .nn stations at points wlwro it will
not require the coverint' of half it inilo
of ground to cet to one. On t'.o day of
the burning of the Sohneider dwelling
the fire bad almost consumed tin en
tire building before even an alarm was
souuded, bucansi) tho nearest station
was nearly three-quarters of a tnilu
SOUTH SIDE J 1TTINGS.
John P. Quinnan nnd M. J. Donaboo
will go Ashing for a few days, Starting U -morrow
The citizens of tho Twelfth wnrd nro
kept busy those days attending the hear
ings in thocontestod election cnsc3.
Michael Oerrity, of Stone avenue, has
abatod the nuietinco on his property which
wan I ho source of much trouble to his
The cellar walls of F. L. Torupn's now
drug store nt Cedar avenue aud Birch
street nro built and the superstructure will
be commenced with next weffk.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Jehu Eellerman, if
Willow street, was very largely attended
yesterday afternoon. Interment was made
in tho Uerman cemetery, Miuookn.
Jolin Charles Miller, of Cedar avenue,
whoso health has been very poor during
the winter and spring, is seen on the
streets dally in recuporated condition.
The pupils of St. Luke's kindergarten
school, on Cedar avenue, will give ncboico
programme of closing exorcises ut the end
of the term, whicli will be in obout two
Mrs, Coyne, of Minooks, died at the
home of her son-in-law, John Come, of
Qiltnore avenue, yesterday. She wnn nenriy
10U yeors old. The funeral will take place
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The baso ball nine of the Young Men's
institute, of tho South Sido will cross bats
with tho c'.ub ofO'Oonnell council, Mi
nooltn, next Saturday at H o'clock on tho
Intter's grounds. Tiie hnttiug ordor of
the South sido institute is as follow,
Kudily, catcher; Melvin, pitcher; M. J.
Donatio, left Held; J, E. Coyne, first bate;
E. O'Brien, shortstop; Cannon, third base
J. B. (I'Mall-v. center field; 1). J. Healey,
rigM BWj T. J. Coyne, second base.
CALIARY Wai PUT Off CA,?3
Hi Saya He Will Hi-iur Suit Arcainet tho
Eornnton Trao Ion Company.
Riclmrd J Callary. of Birney ave
nue has Immolated hiine!f ns a martyr
in the cause tow .rd rednoing the faro
ou the South Sido Unr, This morning,
be lay, he Will begin a trespass suit
in tbe shin of $"),000 against ttio Scran
ton Taxation cuinp my,
Mr. Callury, with I friend, got on
car 202 bound for Greenwood in charge
of Conductor Peter .Manly. After the
car had proceeded beyond the Soutl.
Side terminus, the conductor in the
flttoharge of his duty, made his second
trip thr itigli the cur to collect fare,
Callary refuse! to pa it and was put
Attorney ('. C. Donovan hus under
taken to push the case for Callary,
which the latter snys he desir.-s to
make a test to aeoertain win tin r or
not the Tr.ic io i company can collect
more than oue fare within tne liu.i s
of tho city.
ELECTED OFFICERS YESTERDAY.
County Board of A. O. H. , B, of E. Hold'
Ita Annual Convention.
The animal convontiou of thu m mi
ners of tne Liokawanna county board
of Ancient Order Hibernians, Board of
Erin, wus held yoster.lay afternoon in
Canary's ball, Miuookn. A large
amount of seerot bttlllteM of the or
der was nrtnmplished betide1 the elao
tion of officers lor the current year
The following i uj -SM were, chosen:
County delegate, Curl'tophsr T. In
land, of Division No. 7; secretary, k'.
F. McDonnell, of Division No. 5 Car
bondaje; treasurer, P. li. Mctioever,
of Division No. 11, Simpson.
Tho county delegate preside as
chairman over all meetings of tho
HERO OF WINCHESTER.
Work Being- D me Toward Saourlag a
Uouumont for Him.
The ways ami means oommitteo of
the Sheridan monument association
met last night in the board of trade
Chairman Captain P. DeL icy read a
partial list of committers and sub oom
mitteet. It was not thought advisable
to mention the names of those ap
pointed until the committees are com
pleted. The following press committee was
Dtmidi James C Vuughan, John E
Roche, Fred W. Martin, Thomai J.
Moore and F. L Wormser.
On motion of Thomas J. Moore, pre
ceded by a eulogtous statement of the
earnest work of C. G. Bjlaud, the
hoard gave a vote of thanks to Mr. Bo
land. Secretary Vaughan exhibited a draw
ing of General Sheridan from the
hruih of War Artist Jum.;s E. Taylor,
of Now York. The design is intended
as a certificate of membership to those
who assist In the material encourage
ment of the association.
P. W. Costello, of the city engineer's
department, is at work ou a design of
General Slieridun us he is represented
when rallying bis troops at Ceil 111
It was decided to call a meeting of
tiie plan of campaign committee to be
held at the office of Samuel Sumter
next Sunday at il 'M.
The iutetitiou of the association i
that when nil tho committees thtough
ont the county are ready to begin
work, public meetings will ba held in
the different towns up and down the
valley tor the purpoie of arousing en
thusiasm. Thu plan of campaign comralttoe
will report at the meeting next Wed
nesday night the best method for ran
Mothers! Mothorel! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions o
mothers for their children while toethingr
with perfect success. It soothes the child
softens the gums, allays all pniu; cures
wind colic, and is tho best remedy for di
arrbcoa. Sold bydiuggists in every part
of the world. Be sure und ink for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
110 other kind, Twenty-nvo cents a bot
tle. Pon't lose sight of th
fact that we will sell you
for less money than you
can buy it elsewhere.
jWe have made many ad
ditions to our
They are choice and
make a beautiful present
with a Silk or Lace
We NEVER allow our
Tea or Toilet Sets
to run low. You know
the quality. Come in
land we will give you the
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenua.
$1.50 Fer Dozen
Mi JERSEY CeO'f BUTTER
In 3 aid 5 lb. Tails.
E'gs received Daily from the
Home Poultry Farm.
437 Lackawanna Aye.
mm,r'"''V '"'M''r iv.yig;..eii-
A. W. JUKISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BIOTOLlCS AND SPOUTING
Victor, Gondron. 1'clipso, Lovell. Dlamon
and Other Wheels.
Another Advocate of
ORS. RBMWOOD WABDBUs
GKNTLEMKN-It nflorde me great
ploaturo to state that your new proci'M
of xtrctloc teeth u na n ernml aticeeaa le
my ease, and I heartily rcoinmonii itte
all. I alnvorrly hope that otbcri will
test Ita merits,
CAI'T. S. IIKYANr. Scranton, Pa.
Henwood & Wardell,
316 Lackawanna-A va
Will on and after Mav 21 mnko a (treat reHar.
tlon In the Vrlces of pistes. All work guur
anteo.1 flrst-class in every Dartlcular,
UNA ! UaU.
Hindoo Handkerchief Puzzle
Now on sde for 25C. or given
away with purchase of every suit.
Handsome line of Spring Overcoats
and the Nobby "Bell" Cutaway Snits
Martin &. Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
WE HAVE OUR GREAT SACRIFICE SALE.
A Few of the Many
3 Indigo Blue Calico, Moudty
Challie Delaine, Monday
I 150 dozen Damask Towels, Knotted Fringe, 22x4C,
during the week ....
25 pieces Bleached Table Linen,
$1.25, during the week
3 50 dozen Ladies' Wrappers, in Navy and Dark Colored
Chintz, worlh $1.25. during the week
200 Ladies' Navy Blue Sun Umbrellas, 26-inch Paragon
Frames, worth $2.25, during tho week
I A lot of counter soiled Muslin Underwear at less than half price I
Rsmind3 us that wa have
a lot of nice Spring Derbys
in all the latest shades that
we will let you have at at
tractive figuras. Drop in
at either store and see
205 Lackawanna Avenue
and 412 Spruce Street.
Christian, the Hatter
It's a Great Shock
to tho folks who nrf claiming thoy undersell
ill others to find that without the least fuss
or blustor we aro firing custom, rs the ben.
fit of sueh opportunities as these.
A BtrloM IIIcli Grudo I.lcht-welght'
Wheel, 1804 pattern, fur 1110 ouith.
189S pattern. S1SO TVheel, for t73.
1894 pattern, 100 Wheel, for S83 oash,(
Tbcso prices make the business at our store.
FLORBY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
YOU HEAVY WEIGHTS
DO YOU KNOW
1 ro at rreaoot thf Most Popalar and Preferred by
'.V.-.rcrooms : Opposite Cclumbus Monument,
! "'Mshlngton Av. Soranton.Pa
Specials for the Week:
two yards wide, worth
in colors black
and blue, for
(Miliars, HstteMIifflsfarst -
AtLmtlo Whita Lead.
Tho Old Reliable
lucas Tinted Gloss Paints, j
Economical, Durable, Beautiful
U. S Deck Pain Is.
Vory Boat Thing for Floors
'Ihe tireat Furniture Ucstorer.
Johnson's Prepared Kalsomine,
Decorates and dlsiur
fects your rooms.
Alabastfno. Alabastin .
Beautiful, hard finish for walls.
Reynolds' E amel Paints,
The thing for a bath tub.
Keopj your fruit troos healthy.
Paris Braen. Paris ' reen,
i he old remedy for potato bttgt
Genuina Dalmatian Powder
and Magic Fluid,
Relieves yon of that
"nest," bed bugs.
Fatal Food. Fatal Fool,
Tho propor diot for roaches.
Moth Camphor Ba'ls,
Moth Camphor Flak's,
Tho namo indicates the use.
320 Laoka. Ave.
MR. ALEX, PHILLIPS
Now has haacharpro of the KEYSTONE ITO
TEL, formerly culled tbo Oross Keys, cornen
Bromley avo. and Swetlsnd. A full line of
Liquors, Beer, Alo and Fine Cigars will be
kept lu stock. Mr. Phillips will bo pleasodh o
greet his many friends who will favor lura
with a call.