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THE SCR ANTON TBIBUNE FRIDAY MOBNING. JUNE 22, 1894.
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NORTH r.NO BRIEFS.
Q. A. Dickinson and family hsvo re
turned from New Jersey, where they
spent a very pleasnnt vacation.
It is announced that Luther Edwards,
of 1744 Wayne avenue, is h chu didate for
dflpRuto in the first district of th e Second
ward to the Republican county conven
tion. A serious accident happened to Thomas
Crnbb, of East Morket street, at the
Li-gott Creok mine yesterday, by which he
wa badly crushed and one of his legs
The Pittfbarg Times of yesterday stated
that Coneressnian Scranton and his wife
were registered at the Munongahela house
In that city. He is expected home within
a few duya.
Great sympathy is felt with Mr. and
Mrs. J, Samuel in the death of their bright
little daughter, Catherine Kay. who had
been ailing for three weeks. The funeral
will take place at Washburn street ceme
tery on Saturday, leaving Mr. Samuel's
residence, 307 School street, Providence, at
2 p. m.
The Epworth league of the Asbury
Methodist Episcopal church held a ribbou
social last evening at Sanderson's park,
whure a large number of friends attended.
Excellent musical selections were given
and light refreshments served. Everyono
seemed highly pleased with the excellent
arrangements pruvided for the recreation.
A case which excited intense interest in
tho locality of Vim Storch's shaft was
hi aid by Alderman Williams yesterday.
It appears that Mary Caiden aud Mary
Gavin had for some time beon on visiting
terms until lately a rupturo occurred in
the cordi.il relations. Hoth were indus
triously picking coal and an assault was
committed, hence the appearance of the
women before the alderman. Ho dismissed
the case and divided the costs.
At excellent programme has been ar
ranged for the closing exercises of School
Ni. 25, Providence, which will be held to
day at !i p.m. Ai the proceeds will bo
divided equally between the two funds
(library aud clock), and nn opportunity
will be giyeu for parents to visit the hand
some building in which tho children are
educated, a largo number are expected to
purchase the tickets, which are only 10
A very successful entertainment was
held last evening at the Providence Chris
tian church under the auspices of tho
Young Peoplo's Society of Christian En
deavor. P. E. Hill acted as chairman and
a large audience appreciated the excellent
programme which had beon prepared. Tho
proceedings were opened by a piano forte
duet, which was very creditably performed
by Misses Finn and Clifford. The orches
tral trio by Professor Warkeusbnw, Mr.
Chllburn and Miss Ross was n splendid
pecimen of mu-ical ability and wus de
servedly applauded. Mhs Do Graw's ren
dition of her song was exceedingly good,
as was also the boIo given by Frederick
Carr. Tho humorous song" Sarah Walker"
was most cleverly Bung by Captain Morris,
who it is unnecessary to remark was
loudly applauded. Miss Puoobe Smith
gave "Thinking" by special reiinest and
her rendition wus exceedingly musicai.
MIbs Cora Griffin, who was announced oil
the programme to give one of her fine
recitations, was prevented from nttend
lug, Splendid recitations were given by
Miss Mamie Owens aud Miss Lottie
Hawks. The piano solo ably given by Miss
Clifford concluded the entertainment. An
Ice cream and strawberry social was held
In the church parlor afior the entertain
ment when refreshments were served out
by ladies of tho society.
Aooldent at Durysa,
Lewis Woodeschek, aged, ten years, son
of Martin Woodeschek, was struck by a
Lehigh Valley train at Durvea crossing
yesterday afternoon, while trying to jump
ou a moving train. His left leg below the
knee was ground to a pulp and otherwise
injuring him. Drs. Burling and Hislop
were called aud amputated the limb near
the hip. The boy is doing nicely after the
ACTION m ILLEGAL
Lackawanna Township Land Should Not Havo
Been Assessed (o Springer.
WHAT LAW SAYS ON SUBJECT
Judge Edwards After Hearing Argu
ments Yesterday Rendered an Opin
ion in Greenwood Coal Company
Tax Case Assessment Must be
Stricken Off and County Treasurer
Is Directed Not to Sell Land Adver
tised. The opinion of Judge Edwards in the
Injunction proceedings uguinst County
Coinmiiiionen s. W. Roberts, Giles
Roberts itud John Deuinth and County
Treasurer IX W. Powell by the Lae.oe
& Sniffer Coal company and the Ureeu
wood Coul company was handed down
yesterday afternoon, The plaintiffs
.ire the lessees of certain tracts of eoul
land in Lickawanna township owned
by the John Brown heirs and the es
tates of William Ball and Black Hull,
comprising nn aggregate of 113 acres.
On June 6, 1892, William Springer,
of No. 4 plant', went to the commis
sioner's office aud represented that he
wan the proper person to whom these
acres should be assessed and ucoordiug
ly Clerk John F. Williams assessed the
property to him. Springer neglected
to pay the taxes and his scheme was to
get possession of the tract when it
would be disposed of at sheriff 'a Bale.
The company bad paid the taxes and
through their attorneys application
was made to court, which was granted,
tor a preliminary injunction restrain
ing the sale.
Yesterday morning the matter oamo
up before Judge Edwards. Charlea II.
Willis appeared for the injunction,
and in the absence of ex Judge Ktiapp,
the county solicitor, Attorney A. D.
Dean, appeared for the commissioners.
KB. WILLIAMS' STATEMENT.
John F. Williams, clerk to the coun
ty commissioners, swore that on Juuo
0, 1892, Mr. SDriuger came to the oflioe
of the county commissioners and asked
to have this property assessed to him,
Springer himself fixiug the valuation
at $7,000. Tbo entry was made on the
assessment book of William J. Davy
assesssr, and Dowitt Stanton and John
S. Melz assistants.
County Treasurer D. W. Powell testi
fied to tho return of Joseph Daris, tax
collector, of these unpaid taxes. The
total tax was $M7 54, of which $35 05
were for county tax; $2 33 for bridge;
ijl 10. 10 for school; 05 for road, and
$35 03 for poor taxes. The tale was
ulvertised in accordance with this re
turn. Air. Dean who represented the connty
commissioners, sai l be had nothing to
sustain the sale. He examined the law
dealing with the question but could
Aud nothing to make legal this sale.
The present county commissioners, who
had nothing to do with the affairs of
the county when the entry was made
deemed it proper for the court to strike
off the assessment rather than they
should do it themselves. He did not
believe the assessment was legal, nei
ther did the commissioners and there
fore they wonld make no effort to sus
The attorneys decided to submit the
matter to the court to be decided by a
written opinion. The hearing was de
clared to be final. The prcoedent that
this case establishes is an important
one. In his opinion Judge Edwards
'ays the proceeding was not only ille
gal but even criminal. He said in
QUESTION INVOLVED EXPLAINED.
The only iupotion involved in tho esse is
the legality of certain assessments appear
ing upon the assessment books of Lncka
wanua township for the year 1802. It ap
pears that ou June 8, 1802, one William
Springer came into the oftlce of the
county commissioners nud asked the clerk
to enter ou the assessment book for said
township an assessment on 113 acres of
land at (U per acre.
Tho clerk complied with his request,
mnking the following memorandum: As
sessed to William Springer at his request
June 6, 1MB. This asfossinent was not
made by the assessor of LackawAnna
township, nor by any of tho assistaut as
sessors nor by the county commissioners
sitting as a board of revision. By the act
of April 28, 1868, it is provided if any tax
able Veal estato is omitted from the trien
nial assessment, tho assessor on notice
thereof shall forthwith a s. and return
the same to the county commissioners' of
fice, and this assessment shall be subject
to appeal aud shall continue till the next
WHAT THE LAW SAYS.
In the eighth section of tho law of May
27, 1811. it is euncted that, "It shall not be
lawful for any commissioner or commis
sioners of any county, or for any other
person in his or their bohalf, to add any
name or names to the duplicate return or
list of tnxablos made or furnishod by the
nsscssor or assistant a-'sossors of any town
ship, wanl or district."
Tho same section provides a penalty of
$100, as well as removal from oliicn for
a violation of the provisions of thin sec
tion. The preliminary injunction hereto
fore granted In this case is horoby made
perpetual and the commissioners of Lack
awanna county are directed to strike off
from the assessment book of Lackawanna
township for the year 1802 the illegal entry
complained of in the plaintiffs bill.
COURT HOUSE NEW3 NOTES.
In tbo office of Prothonotary Pryor yes
terday Magglo Kosollo by her next friend,
Charles It. Hostile, through attorney
Richard Holgato, began an action against
James and Eloazor A. Athertou and Joseph
H. Soward. The affidavit sets forth that
on the ninth of May the defendants took
forcible posession and still continue to use
certain property of plaintiff, to-wit: one
brown horse, one spring wagon and other
personal property, altogether to the value
of S00. Bail in the sum of f 1,090 for each
delendant is required.
Clerk of the Courts John H. Thomas
yesterday granted marriage licenses to the
following: Thomas Ninnis, of Wyoming,
nnd Elizabeth Choney, of Peckville; Frod
llilorf of Hoster and E. Morgan, of Scrnu
ton; William Nagles, aud iiachol Caple, of
McGarrah & Thomas took out a
certiorari in the case against them before
Alderman Post for violation of the law on
Sunday, June 10. John H. Phelps signed
the usual bond of $100.
Scranton' Business Interests.
Thk TmnuNE will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leadiug wholosale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of onr pnblic build
ings, business blocks, stroets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equul rep
resentation of Scrantou's many indus
tries. It will be au invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Bent to
persons outside the city, copies of
thiB handsome work will attract
new comers and be 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 large. RopresorTtati ves of Thk Tmnnwe
will call upon thosb wuohk namub
are dksirio in this edition and explaiu
Its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please have notice at
SATURDAY SYLVAN CONCERT.
Philharmonic and Druid Societies to Sing
at Laurel Hill Park.
Manager McDonald, of Laurel Hill
park, is making extensive arrange
ments for a superior Sylvan concert to
be given at that popular retreat next
Saturday. The Philharmonic- Choral
society and the Drnid (Jleo society will
bo present and sing several numbers,
while, in addition, a number of the
more popular soloists of Scranton and
vioinity have been engaged.
There will be two concerts, one in
the afternoon, beginning at 8 o'olook,
and one in the evening, beginning nt
8:30 aud ending promptly ut 11:80
o'closk. During these hours the hand
somn new dancing pavilion will be
thrown open to the puhlio at a nominal
charge, and other amusements be fur
nished. After the ovening eoncert
there will be sufficient oars to convey
patrons to all parti of tho city. Al
mlssion to the park will cost tun cents.
Objectionable characters will not be
admitted under any circumstances,
HEENEY SUES OSBORNE.
Claims That the Latter Alienated the
Affections of Mrs. Heeney.
Damages Laid at $10,000.
Several weeks ago the domestic
troubles of the Heenevs cuuscd much
gossip ou the South Side Tne scandal
has again been revived by a suit
brought by Edward Heeney against
Mi6hael Osborne. The latter is charged
with alienating the affections of
Hueney's wife and he asks dumsges in
the sum of $10,000, the suit being of a
civil character. Ex-Judgu W. II. Stan
ton, who is Mr. Ileoney's attorney, fllad
the papers iu the case with Prothono
tary Prvor late Wednesday night.
Mr. Heeney is u wagon-maker by
trade and a much respected man among
the people of tiio South Side. He is of
middle age and has been married for a
nnmbnr of years. He bus no children,
Osborne is also a married man, has a
wife nnd children and is the owner of
considerable property. Mr. aud Mrs.
Heeney were among his tenants.
This gave Osborne an excuse for fre
quently invading the Heeney home
stead and Mr. Heeney declares that tbo
opportnnity was used by Osborne to
swny Mrs. Heeney from the allegiunc
that she owed to her husband.
Last February Mr. Hooney became
aware of the oondition of affairs and a
domestic explosion followed. It ap
pears that Mr. aud Mrs. Heeney have
again become reconciled and the crim
inal proceedings contemplated have
been abandoned, On the strength of
the confession made by Mrs. Heeney to
her husband ooncerning Osborne's con
duct to her the snit for alienation of
affections has boon brought.
There has beon only one similar case
tried in this county and that was the
suit of H. W. Drnckenmillor against
Dr. Glover, of Moscow. The verdict
was in furor of Dr Glover.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
All advertising matter nnd news Items for
the South Hde column of Thk TitinrsF. can
beiettat Zaun's barber shop, Wistpfahl's
store, or D. W. Humphrey's pharmacy. They
will be promptly attended to.
Albert Koons and August Dotwieler went
A daughter Iwas born to Mr. and Mrs.
George oyer, of Stafford nvenue, Wednes
day, Frederick Mursch, who has been on a
busiuess trip to Uinghamton for a few
days, roturned home on Wednesday even
ing. The picnic at Central park last evoning
of tho Bavarian lloneflcinl association
proved to be one of tho mo-t entertaining
uud pleasing events of th - season.
Owing to a shortage of pig iron the lower
mills shut down Wednesday evening for
the remainder of the week. They will
re-comuieuco work on Monday moruiug.
4n entertainment will bo giveu at St.
Marv's hall on Hickory street. Wednesday
ano Thursday evenings, Juno 27 and J8, by
the children of St. Mary's German school.
Tho residents of Brook streot between
Pittston nnd Cedar avenues complain of
tho habit some persons havo of throwing
dead animals on the street. If this nui
sance is not discontinued it will cause
The Misses Ida Hanoi and Nettio Drum,
of Philadelphia, returned homo yesterday
after a pleasant visit with .Mr. and .Mrs. S.
S. Spruks, of Pittetou aveuuo, of four
Miss Ellin Moran and Patrick Boland, of
this shle. were mnrried in St. John's Oath
olic church Wednesday evening at 5 o'clock
by the Rev. E. J. Melley. A teceplion ami
simper was given at the home of the
The entertainment given by the choir of
the Hickory Streot German Presbyterian
church at Hatters' hall was entirely sue
cessful aud was carried out according to
the programme published in yosterday's
Tribune The following gentlemen took
pari: First tenors Gus Schulz, Carl
Ruhl, John Mais, Barthold Schott,
William Rusb, Oristian Storr,
Andreas Hauu and Paul Wies;
socond tenors, John Lontes, Charles Piel,
Richard Zaliirar. John Blshonsrc.her. So.
hastian Hoipsor and Nathan Jacobs; first
bassos, William J. Kiesel, Auton risen,
William Banragartner, Philip Robinson,
John liriener, Julius Schenker and Theo
dore Node); socond bassos.liouis Hettrick,
John Stoeber, William Baoschmnn, Theo
dore Bauschman, Jacob Kleiu and AlDert
William A. Harvey is homo from State
James Blair is homo from Princeton for
the suminor vacation.
John J. Loftus and R. M. O'Brien were
in New York yesterday on a business visit.
Attorney O. W. Dawson will deliver the
alumni oration at Keystone academy to
day. Mrs. Will Irving Finch has gone to San
Franci'co whore she will spond the sum
mer with her parents.
Miss Nellie Hopkins, of 825 Prnspoot
avenue, Thursday started to visit friends
at Philadelphia nnd Atlantio City.
Ex-Sheriff Charles Robinson and his
family left the city yesterday for the sea
shore, where they will spond the summer.
Mrs Mame Peck, of Monroe avenue, has
returned home after nttending the com
moncomont exercises at Buckuell univer
sity. Otto Wngonhurst, captain of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania crew, was in the
city yesterday enroute to his homo near
Manager John H. Blackwood, of the
Frothiiighani, has returned from Bucknell
university, whore he attended the com
Among thoso who wore from this city
to attend the piculo given by the congre
gation of St. Catharine's churoh at Mos
cow yesterday, were Rev. Fathers liordl,
Shanloy. Driscoll, Hossie and Mlllane and
A. F. O'Boyle, Frank P. Brown, E, J. Mc
Nally. ThomsB Gilgallou, P. H. Gilgallou
aud family, Mattie Carey, A. J. Mullen,
Dr. Saltty, Dennis J, Roche, John E. Roche,
M. J. Kelly, Patrick Jordan, M. W. Collins
Tbomus Clarke, Michael McGovern, John
Cunniff, Michael T. Howley, Daniel Hur
ley, William Vnughan. Michael T. Vanghan,
Deuis Kearney, J, J. Duffy and Frank
Commonwealth Shoe Store, Washington
Fine shoes; latest fads in rnsset and
patent leathers. Home entirely new styles
in ladles aud gonts.
Closing Exercises Held at No, 14 School by
DESPERATE WORK OF THE TOOLES
They Sallied Forth With a Hammer
And Smashed Windows and Doors.
They Were Sent to the County Jail.
McNally Was a Very Bold Thiof.
Uwn Social at Residence of D. M.
Jones Personals and Notes.
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TRIBuHI is located nt 113 North Main ave
nue, whore subscriptions, advertisements
uud communications will receive prompt
Closing exercises were held in the
various departments of No. 14 school
yesterday, which many of the friends
and parents of the pupils attended.
.Solos, duets, oratorios and tableaux
were given in a fine manner by the va
rious scholars which reflected great
credit upon the teachers for bringing
them to such a high standard. Iu the
U grammar grude room, under the i.i
.strnotieu of David Owons, most inter
esting oxoroises were held. The youog
teacher had prepared his pupils in a
careful manner und they did full jus
tice to the occasion.
The entortuinment opened with a
song, ''Far Away," by the school, and
was followed with a recitation by YVil
Ham Acker. Grace Goodrich reoited
and Frauk Msgovern gave an oration
entitled, "Corporal Joe;" n song, "Alerry
Brooklet," was rendered by the school ;
a recitation wus givn by Miss Lily
Monies uud quotations from popular
authors by pupils of the school. George
Harrington read a well prepared com
position ou "Hald Mount, ' while a
solo by Miss Vaunie Powell met with
applause. Misses Morris and Phillips
rendered a duet.
Three special features given by those
not connected with the department
were recitations by Misses Edith
House, Lelia Porter and Mabel Yost,
Tho .alfair closed with singing of the
national hymn, "My oountry, 'tis of
Mr. Owens, the instructor, is a gra
duate from the High School elass of
'03, and has been teaching about fonr
months. During this time he has
shown great compeUuoy, and has fully
met all the nquirementsof the position
which he holds.
WERE BENT ON MISCHIEF.
Barney and Michael Toole Sid Dtspir
Yesterday morning Barney and Mi
chael Toole, young men residing in
Hennessey court, went to the hotel of
Philip Hinsland, on North Main ave
nue, nnd asked for admittance. They
were refused, and wont around to the
rear of Mr. Rinsland's place ef busi
ness to the summer garden and broke
several gas fixtures. After doing this
they ran down Uennessy court, coming
out on Jaokson street. Mike was in
possession of a six pound hammer and
seeing a stone belonging to J. C. King
on the sidewalk, struck it with the
hammer, breaking it badly Mr. King,
Lieutenant Williams and Officer Goer
litz immediately gave chase.
The men ran up North Main avenue
with the officers in hot pnrsait. When
in front of the Stettor Hons Barney
stopped. He now bad possession of tho
hammor. King called to the officers
to chase the other man, as it was he
that broke the stove. They did so and
Mike was captured by Lieutenant
Williams near his home. When
Harney saw that his brother was
oaught he said: "I will be arrested
too," and without more ado he hnrled
the hammer through one of the lurge
plate glass windows at the Stettor
House. Tbo men were taken to the
station house, and were given a hear
ing by Alderman Morgan at 2 o'clock
yesterdav afternoon. Rinsland, Stet
ter and King appeared against them.
In the Rinslnad case they were the I
$5 each, which Mike paid, bnt his
brother preferred fifteen days in jail.
For breaking the stove Mike paid an
other fine. In the window breaking
episode, Barney was boand to eourt in
the sum of $300 but went to jail in de
fault of bail.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Mrs. Eethor Morris, of North Bromley
avouuo, is visiting friends iu West Pitts
ton. Rev. David Jones, pastor of the First
Welsh Congrogatioual church, Is in New
Miss Jennie Cannon, of Moscow, is visit
ing Miss Etta Mover, of North Hyde Park
Mibb Emma Cooni, of North Hyde Park
avenuo, Is visiting relatives ou Hydo Park
D. J. Thomas nnd daughter, of Pitts
burg, are the guests of D. M. Jones of
South Main avenue.
Countable Timothy Jones sold out the
household effects of J. K. HntohiuBon on
Jackson streot yesterday for rent.
On Monday evening tho class of Miss
Belle Vipond at the Washburn street Pres
byterian church Sunday school, will give
au entertainment iu Clark's hall.
Miss Mamlo E. Morgan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Morgan, of Jackson Btroet,"
who is a student nt Blooms burn State Nr.
mal school has successfully passed the final
Through the Influence of my friends I
announce myself as delogato to tho Repub
lican County convention from two dis
tricts of tho Fifth ward. E. G. Huohkb
Contractor aud builder.
At a birthday party given by Miss Hat
tlo Oram, at 746 North Main avenue, the
following guests were present: Misses
Maggie Phillips, Marie Fisher, Edith Van
Gorder, Marie Eliinger, Hntlie Fellows,
Nellie FellowB, Hattle Oram. Flora Benja
min, nud 1'ierce Fellows, Morris Miller,
Elmer Crane, Arthur Van Gorder, Charles
Crothnmel, Lymau Peck, Robort Peck,
William L. Pryor, and Mrs. Walters.
Japanese lanterns, bunting, potted
plants and other like docoratlous sdornod
the spacious lawn of D. M. Jones, of South
Main aveuuo, last evening in honor of a
social given by the Sunday school class of
Mre. T. J. Luce, of tho Washburn Street
Presbyterian churoh. The whole place
was filled with neat little tables, and sev
eral enjoyable hours wore spent. The
members of the clais aro, Missos Muuson,
Minnie Rinker. Delia Penwardeu, Chasoi
Nettie Elias, Dunkerly, and Messra. Peroy
Waters, Frank Mansfield. Robert Witlkcr,
David Davies, Georgo Barrowman, Will
Freemau, Ren Luce, Curt Andrews and
At 11.80 o'clock yesterday rooming a
man broke into the home of Rev. i). W.
Skollenger, on Washburn street, and stole
a silver knife and two Bilver forks. The
thief was first discovered by Contractor
George Cooper, but made his escape. The
house is being moved across the street, aud
was unoccupied at the time. Complaint
whs made at the West Side station house,
end Officer Harry 1 1 nog woat in search of
him. He found the thief in a house at
Fifteenth and Luzerne streets. He proved
to b Patrick McNally and was identified
by Mr. Skellenger nnd Contractor Cooper.
The articles were fouud on his perton. He
wns given a hearing and in default of bail
was sent to jail.
SwKNy, champion high jumper of the
world, will be here Juuo S3.
MAKES THEM WELL
One True Medicine for Lost
There is one true specific for diseases
arising from a debilitated nervous sys
tem, und that is the Paine's celery com
pound so generally prescribed by phy
sioians. It is probably the most re
markable remedy thnt the scientific re
search of this coun
try has produced.
K Phelps, M. D.
LL. D., of Dart
mouth college, first
prescribed what is
now known the
world ovor us
Paint's celery com
pound, a positive
cure fcr dyspepsia,
complaint,, neuralgia, rheumatism, nnd
kidney troubles. Fur tho latter. Paine's
celery compound has succoedsd again
and again where everything else bus
Beadle & Wcera's and Ballantlne'n
Ales nro the best. E. J. Wai.sh, Agent,
3 Lscknwauna avenuo.
S. B. Duiikiy, mnte of Hteaninr Arizona
had his foot badly jammed. Thomas' Eo
lcctrlc Oil cured it. Nothing euualtoi-
to it for a i puck pain reliever.
Buy the Webtr
nnd get the best. At Guernsey Bros.
We have REDUCED pneos on
BABY CARRIAGES, aa our stock
is too large. You can buy a
good Baby Carriage for the price
of a cheap one.
For Wedding Presents or Fi
nishing for Summer Cottages, we
have a full and completo lino.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEICHEL & MILLAR
n6 Wyoming Ave.
$1.50 Per Dozen
HOME JERSEY CREAMERY BUTTER
In 3 aa d 5 lb. Pails.
Eggs received Daily from the
Homo Poultry Farm.
437 Lackawanna Ave.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLKS AND SPORTING
Victor, Oendron, Eclipse, Lovoll. Diamonk
and Other Wheels.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES
17th National Saengerfest
June 22 to 26, 1894.
Atrerdimr the residents of Bsranton nnd
vicinity an excellent opportunity to visit
New ork and Its surrounding points of in
terest at tho most delightful season of the
Npecisl excursion tickets from Scranton
will ho sold, gtMid to go on any train June 2i
to 1U inclusivo and to return untH Juno HO in
clusive. FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP $4.35
I I !KT O S
(- Piwnat tt Hoit Popnlar and t'refcrrtil by
Wnrsroomt: Opposite Csluirtbns Monument,
t W-shlnrrton Av. 9.?ranton,Pr.
D OOP tinning and soldering all done awny
with by tho use ot HAUTMAN S PAT
IS NT PiiNfr hi..t. ..,,,..... i ,ii
well-known to nil It MB bo applied to tin,
galvanl.od tin, shoot iron roofs, also to brick
welllnus, which wilf prevent kbeolatelv any
crumbling, cracking or breaking of the
brick, ft will outlast tluuing ot any kind by
ninny yanrs.and it's cost does not exceed one
flfth thatof the cost of tfnnlng. Ia sold by
tho job or pound. Contracts taken by
ANTONIO 11 Au I'M ANN, W Birch 31
You Need Them
And a visit to Martin & Delany's will be
wilder you at their immense stock of thin
goods. Just the stuff to keep you cool.
Our novelty in summer goods is a
Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and
Black Serge Coat. The proper thing for
Martin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
gHiHiiiumeiiiiiiitiiiiis.iiiiaiiieMiiiiiniiiia iisiosansi siiBseicaasmiiiiu
TIE GREAT HUB
308 Lacka. Ave.
I MILLINERY ' I
For the week we will sell everything
in this department at 1-2 price in
order to move our immense stock.
3 Just received a large lot of odd
sizes in KID GLOVES, iu
S black and colors, worth from J I
S to !?1.7),which will be sold lor
A lot of LADIES' WAISTS, reduced from
$1.25 to 50c.
Soon and you must get
him a graduation pres
ent. We have lots of things
that he would appreciate
A NICE . . .
Would be just tho thing.
We have them in the ver y
finest styles Natural
Wood and Oold and tSil -vor
Handles. Drop in
and look at them.
F. P. CHRISTIAN
413 BPBUCE ST.
200 IjACKA. AVENUE.
It's a Great Shock
lo the folks who nr claiming: they undersell
ill others to find that without the lesst fuss
or lihwer we (reviving ou.tom.-rs tho ben
flt of snoh opportunities ne these.
A Btrletly Hltrli Grade Ltubt-welghl'
Wheel, i m:i t pattern, fr SllO nnsh.
If.tW pattern, ft I. 10 Wkevl, far t?5.
1804 pattern, IS 100 Wheel, for S.iinnV,,
ISjeao prices make the business at our store.
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C A. BUILDING.
mm . .
WHEN YOU WANT TO LOOK ON THE BRIGHT
SIDE OF THINGS, USE
in colors black
and blue, for
Another Advocate of
a mm JLB
tRS. HMNTfoon t WAKOELt.:
FNTI.EMEN-n affords mo (troal
pleasure, to atate tliat jour new ptWMM
ef extracting teeth vr.-f, n grand I a COS II la
my ease, aud Ihftarttly recommend It t
II. 1 alurercly hope that others wtli
tett it. merits.
CAPT. S.K. BRYANT. Scranton, Fa,
Henrad k Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ave.
Will nn and after Mnv 21 mnke a qre.it redoo
tlon in tho prices of plates. All work .rue
anteod flrst-ehiss in every nartloaUr,
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist oa tho Rye. vBadaahee aaff
"Nervousness Fullered. Latest and Improved
Stylo of Kyo Qlas3a and Speotaoles at tha
Lowest Prices Best Artltleiai Kya inserted
SOS SPRUCE ST.. op. Old Coat Office.
Only IB JO