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THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 23, 1894.
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NORTH END BRIEFS.
Tho funeral of Q Hrgw Dsicle of 188 Hoi
iiter avenue, took place yesterday when
sorvicos w re held nt tho Church of the
Good Shepherd, (irean Kidije, the Roy. Mr.
Mrs. Melius, of Washington avenue,
while on u vwit to hnr sister, Mrs. Martin,
of the Bull's Head hotel, mot with an awk
ward accident while proceeding from one
room to tho other. She opened a door
leaning to the Ktaircaflo in mistake and fell
down, receiving n nasty scalp wound.
Mrs. Mcliosn is attended by Dr. Hand and
Dr. Jenkins and was reported to bo slight
ly bettor yesterday.
The closing exorcise of No. 25 school
were held yesterday afternoon in tho pres
ence of a crowded audience. The large
hall was nicely decorated for the occasion
and the numorous kinds of holiday dresses
worn by the juvoiiileii mude a very attrac
tive soone. The proceedings commenced
with the song, "Happy Greeting to You
All," fltinc by all the scholars in good style,
followed by a clever essay road by Miss
Jenny Thomas on Impossibility." Jliss
Christian's pupils gave an interesting reci
tation entitled, "In tho Morning," which
was very favorably received, as was
also the reading, "The Children,
of the Year," by Jliss Lsnrol's
pupils. The solo "Lead Me Gently Home
Fuller" by Miss Phoebe Smith was splen
didly rendered, ami the churns was well
sustained by a party of children. Miss
Grace Willlums' recitaiion, "too Late fur
the Train," highly amused the audience
and was very well rendered. Tho panto
mime drill, "The Hough Song," by Miss
Atkinson's pupiis was clevorly reudered
and the counting leBBons by the little in
fants of Miss C, Williams' class was highlv
appreciated. The acting of tha "Flora of
the ZoneB" by Miss Boujamln's class was
much enjoyed by the audience. "Colum
bus' Union Party" embraced a representa
tive or each state, when tho characteristic
of each state was dwolt upon by its repre
sentative. This was undertaken by
Miss Benedict's party and was loudly ap
plauded. The second part was opened
by an excellent piano solo "The Old Folks
at Home," by Miss Simpson. "The Dairy
Souj" by Mrs. Williams' pupils was vo
ciferously applauded and Miss Bernice
Conger's recitation was well received. The
solo "Changeless" by Miss Maria Davics
was encored and "The Minstrel Boy" wan
given in response. Miss Williams' pupils
gave "The Rain bow" song very creditably
and tho pantomime drill "Coinin' Thro'
the Rye" by Miss Davies' pnpils was splen
didly acted. Much amusement was caused
by the humorous dialoguo "The Happy
Family," by .Miss Walkor's pupils followed
by an excellent duett by Miss Dolphin's
pupils. The proceedings ended with a
''Farewell Bong" by the preparatory class,
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Ales are the bt st. E. J. Walsh, Agent,
82 Lackawanna avonuo.
Scr.mton'i Business Interests.
Thr Tuibune will Boon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scrantoh
and vicinity. The edition will bo bouud
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnblic build
ings, business blocks, streots, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens. No
similar work has evor given an equal rep
resentation of Scranton's many Indus
trie. It will be an invaluablo exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
sew comers and be an nnequnlled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fall of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
atlsrgo. Representatives of 'I'm: Tiu m- k
will call upon those whobk namkh
ro desired in this edition and explain
its nature more full v.
Those desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please have notice at
II Foe io Dyspepsia j
HIE II GRADUATES
Thirty-Four Diplomas Distributed at High
BRILLIANT SCENE AT ACADEMY
President C. H. Von Storch Presents
tho Graduates with Their Diplomas.
Suierb Work of Miss Bess Wood
and Emerson Owen Select Assem
blage Witness tho Exercises and
Applaud the Graduates.
The public echoils of the city of
ScrntltOD were closed for the term of
181)3-01 yesterday. At all of thein exer
cises were observed appropriate, but
the crowning ot the school year was
done ut the Academy of Music in honor
.if the eighteenth annual comment -IQSUt
anil the graduation of the senior
llitth school class, amounting to thirty
'i iir pupils. The Dawes of the grad
tl 'los Ti' :
John J. Been told, Thomas A Oonaboe,
Florence Helrelgle, William E. Jaudeson,
Wulla. u Mosei, Emerson D. Owen, Edwin
P, Whltteinore, Victor A Wensel, Claude
W. Walker, nnd Mines Lucy Cooke. Cath
.line L Cobb, Elisabeth.!. Larlyen. Mnvme
1 1 nrwater, Mary Durknn, Elisabeth Do
vail, Emma Fnlknwsty, (Cathryn Armour
I t'itzpatriok, Lilu Preble, I'lara (Jibbs,
j Anne l.lboon-, Alary Hairis. Janet C.
! Joues. Anna Judge, Jeuie Kellow, El'sa-
lelh Lewis, Annie McTlghe, Mary II.
Kiddle, K:it" L. Buddy, A. Mnrnarethn
ocliimpu', Eflle Thompson, Mabel Wntr iw,
iyrtle Watron, Hess Wood, Grace Ida
It has becomo a custom that on com
inijuceuient occasion a gathering suoh
as is seldom H' on within tho w ills of
the Acadotdy of Music attend. Youug
and old, ricli and poor, all classes of
people are there.
Last night, notwithstanding the
weltering atmosphere, there was even
greater interest shown, and without
disparaging former graduating oxei
cdsel, it ii deserve.! to express that a
more brilliant galaxy of student! never
before received diplouTJS.
When the curtain Went Up tile lrnjer
graduate class was already seated upon
the stage. Opera chairs were arranged
in tiers rising grad u illy toward' tho
rear curtain, before which was a pro
fusion of potted plants. An electric
display or inoandescent lights above
i : stage, arranged so us to read, "Class
of 04," shone resplendently.
TI1K CJRADOATOB ENTER ,
The graduating class waited until
the onrtain had risen ami then singly
from the side wings came eneh and
proceeded to an appointed seat. Miss
Oess Wood, the vnledictorinn of the
class sat on the center chair in the
front row nnd the easy gr.ic.s and fas
cinating presence befitted her for the
The programme was begun with, af
ter an overture from the orchestra, the
invocation being by Lie v. Jam MuLeod,
D.D. It was fervent andoloqumt.
Miss Euiuin Falkowaky delivered tho
salutatory, her subject being, "Ameri
can Wit and Hum ir." Tin address was
both solid and witty. She gave gra
phic descriptions of the various sorts of
unmor and wit as told among tha
American authors Trim ranked highest
iu pure bubbling humor. She thought
it W;is Oliver Wendell Holmes, and she
named the other great poets and prose
writers who were entitled to rank in an
Miss Eliza Lewis, an elocutionist of
talent, recited "Tho Judgment Day."
It was extremely arduous piece to do
full justice, but withal full justice was
done. Miss Clara Ciioos spoke ner
essay on. "Tho Hudson in History." It
showed her a master of history nnd the
paper required great resosreu.
Miss Jessie Kellow delivered a recita
tion on "Confessions of a Bashful
Man." The assemblage was delighted
with her version of tho troubles of the
timid youth. She is iu the front num
ber of elocutionists.
OBSERVATIONS IN A STREET CAR.
Miss Anna Judge gave an essay on
"Observations in a Street Car." It
was very amusing B31 contained a few
shots at the much abused street car
conductor. The oration of Edwin
VVliitteuiore on "Progress of Elnctrio
ity," was very dry, but it showed that
ho was an exceedingly well read young
man in tho knowledge -of the mysteri
Mary Durkan rocited, "Charity
Orinder and ths Postmaster General."
This was also n very amusing story and
was received with imig'uer ana ap
plause. Wallace Moser delivered an
oratidh on American politics. Mr,
Moser is a young man of commanding
appearance and the stylo of an orator.
His speech was a bright resume of tho
history of politics and was marked with
fruqnont outbursts of eloquence.
Miss Elizib.'th Cirlyon recited two
selections from James Wbitcomb Riley
a. id acquitted herself very well. The
sparkling creation of Miss Grace Win
chell, ''Class Prophocy," was a relation
of a vision that befel her in which n
Greek sprite bewitched bemud ens saw
the future lives of tho equates out
lined. The remarkably i uatty style of
her composition was cnariniug.
Hut when we com to th" doclnma
tionof Emerson Ow-n, entitled "The
Miser," n pause is require 1 th it prop r
words be found to praise it. Tho miser
lived in France, and was possessed of
untold gold. The government wanted
B loan, nnd to checkmate his superior
the old miser buried the treasure in a
vault beneath hishous. Mr. Owen de
picted with magnetic fire lh( gloating
of the miser in the vault, and
afterward when the lid by ac
cident fell nnd buried him
with his Measure, toe excruciat
ing agony of the old man whs truly
portrayed. So wdl was the rpcltal
done that at the finish the applause
continued and Mr. Owen was obliged
to respond to an euchre. Ho showed
his versatility by (jiving a ludicrous
account of an old plantation negress,
whom n hot oal burned on the heel.
MISS wood's VALEDICTORY.
Miss Hess Wood then delivered the
valedictory. Her pole and her dollvory
was that of a well trained Dolsartoan,
and the language used In tolling of "A
Boy's Mistakes" was polished and well
With very happy fleet she digressed
from the thread of her valedictory and
addressed herself on the part of the
granuatos to tho board of control, tho
teachers, and tho members of the un
dergraduate cl.vs. The foregoing part
Were interspersed by many choms-js.
Q H. V m Storch, president of the
Scrnnton board of control, addressed
tho audience and his remarks were
felicitous and well timed. He tol I
what work was encountered in the es
tablishing of a safe foundation for tbo
new high school. He alro explained
how many new buildings were to he
provided for tho overplus of pnpils now
crowding the schools, and of how mm Ii
money the hoard exponded on freo text
The presentation of diplomas was
next and the commencement exercises
The arduous task Imposed in prepar
ing the pupils for sach a degree ot ex
cellence ah exhibited last uight re
flects the labor undergone by Protes
sor J. C. Lange, principal of tho Soran
ton HigU echool. He wore a contented
smile and deservss that his work
should reoeivo its just approbation.
C. If. Dertnan conducted the pupils
In the musioal numbers, and his work
was fine us it usu illy is.
Ail tho girl graduates were cos
tumed in white silk gowns. The young
men all wore black suits, bouquets nnd
WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Dr. and Mrs. L. II. (fibbsaro home from
a stay at Philadelphia.
Mrs. Charles Stein, of this city, is visit
ing f i lends in Wilkos-Barro.
Mrs. Hugh Crawford. Of New York city,
is the guest of Mis. A. Vlpond, of Jackson
Mrs. Thomas Qainnsn, of Wi st Lacka
wanna avenue, is visiting friends iu New
Mrs. W. Q, Daniels and children, of
South .Main avenue, have returned from a
visit with friends in Parsons.
Rev. D. W. Bkellinger, of Washburn
street, left yesterday for Upper Lehigh,
where he will address a Christian Endea
Evan Evans, of Avenue A, a miner at
the Dodge Oolliery, was Injured on Thurs
day by a fall of ooaL Dr. M. J. Williams
dressed his injuries.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. M'.illen and daughter
Alice, of North Sumner iivenueA left yes
terday morning for a visit With relatives
iu New York and Brooklyn.
Frank Reese, (he well-known athlete, is
the oulv person to represent the West side
in the Young Men's Christian association
sports today. Reese is a good sprinter and
excellent on the jump. He will appear iu
the one milo race, running high jump. polo
vault, and 100 yards dash, witu tho suort
est handicap Of any.
Tho advertisement in yesterday's Till
BUM announcing Contractor Edwin (i.
H ughes as a candidate for delegate to tho
Republican county convention from the
Second district of the Fifth ward was un
author zed by him. Tun TniBDNI was im
posed npon by a person who has slnco be
come known to it and who will be treated
At a Into hour on Thursday evening Mrs.
Mamie MoAodrew, a talented young lady
and daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Patrick Mc
Andiew, of 119 South Niutb street, died at
her home. She was 18 years old and a
Charming youug lady who had many
friends. She whs a member of St. Mary's
Sodality of St. Patrick's church. The fun
end will occur tomorrow afteruoou.
Joseph Miutin.Vjf South Sumner avenue,
a laborer at the Oxford mines, Was severely
injured yesterday while at work. It is
Martin's duty to load the cars, and while
engaged in this employment he was struck
by a rapidly approaching enr, just as it
reached him. His leg was severely bruised
and hia back injured. Dr. George B. Rey
nolds is attending bin.
Children's day will Da celebrated by the
Sunday school of the First Welsh Congre
gational ehnrch tomorrow aftsrnoon at 8
o'clock by giving a children's carol ser
vice entitled, "Tho Child in tho Midst."
The affair is under tho leadership of linger
Evans, conductor. Miss Hsttie Davis is
orgauiet, Miss Narma Williams reader, as
sisted by Mifs Lizzie Jenkins, William
Evans, John W. Davis, a student of Mar
rietta college, Ohio, and others.
MichaerO'Noal, who re-ides on Seventh
street, was nrrestnd yesterday morning
by Officer Johler on complaint of his wife,
who nllejes that ho severely beat her and
iu other ways abused her sham 'fully. An
officer was dispatched to the scene and
O'Neal brought to the West Bide Station
houe. During his Incarceration O'Neal
was taken with colic. Tho tirst symptoms
shown were an attack of cramps aud vom
iting. It was first thought thut it was
only the effect of drink, b it after a while
tho situation grew .ud Dr. I'-yn
olds was btiinmoued. Last evening he
was unableto have a hearing.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Ail advertising matter, oews items and new
supseripttons, if left at Die following business
places, will be promptly attended to: gang's
barbershop. Wospfahle store. D. w. Humph
rey's pharmacy and A. J. Mulderig'sJ
John R pen started for New York lost
evening to attend the saengerfest.
Mrs. Carey, of Wilkes-Barre, is visiting
her sifter, Mrs. Peter Wagner, of Birch
Henry Weaver, of Pittston avenue, and
Arthur Whistel, of Maple Ftrcel, are at
Carpenter's union, 4S, held a meeting nt
Workinguien's hall last oveuing for tho
election of olllcera.
A large order for props and ties has benn
placed with Julius Troy, of this side, by
the William Connell Coal company.
On July 4 Washington Camp, No. 430,
Patriotic Order Sous of America, will take
part in the parade at Wilkcs-liarro.
Mr. und Mrs. Winkler, of Willow street,
have gone to visit friends in Connecticut,
and w ill make n stay of sevora! weeks.
The funeral of the 4-year-old son of Mr.
and Xirs. Adam Giambucb, of Willow
street, took place yesterday afternoon.
The marriage of George Saul, of Cedar
avenue, to Miss Reams, of tho West Side,
is announced to take placo ut the lady's
homo on June 3S.
Mis. Hass, of Tittston nvonue, after a
serious illness v. ith typhoid lever, is im
proving. Her 1 it t In boy was sick at the
name time, but is now on thj road to re
covery. Tho Forest band paraded the principal
streets of this sid" for the purpose of ad
vertising the L. 1. & S. company's picnic,
which will take place nt Cemrnl park this
The sei vices at the Young Woman's
Christian association rooms on Cedar ave
nue will take place tomorrow at. the nsual
hour, 8.40 p. m., and will be conducted by
Mi s ilartmanti, tho subject being, "A
A treat was given to tho children atNos.
8 nnd 1 1 schools yosterday in tho shape of
a candy and ico cream social, which was
appreciate ! by tho tiny scholars, who were
then dismissed, not to reassemble until
niter the summer vacation has passed.
The trees and shrubery In Council's park
are in danger of being entirely destroyed
through the failing to lay water pipes
through the grounds. Tho Axlo works
lost several half days at the eud of last
and the beginning of this month on ac
count of lack of water.
When Rudolph SwartS married some
time ago ho signed evervthinir ho pos
sessed over to lii-j wife. II.i left her some
time ago and took a portion of the furni
ture with him. A warrant was sworn out
against him end Constablo Woelkers re
covered tho furniture.
Julius Troy, a well known resident of
the Nineteenth ward, has in his possession
a piece of sulphur taken from William
Connell mini!, which is a combination of
four dice, the spots are from one to four,
and there is only ono sldo of each dice to
bo seen. Many persons who have ex
amiiii d it doubt that it was taken from
tho mine in the present form, so perfect is
the Imitation, It is a wonderful curiosity.
An offer of $25 from a Vilke--Barreaii has
The t closing exerrisPB nt o. 8 school
were held in Mr. D. L. B 'll&.iuuuu and
MISS A. KlesePs rooms. t hen ih exer
cises wore finished Mr-'. R nninianu pro-
uloieu o i.nsn .josio ia'iih room: August
Mock. Ooorge Fruelinu, Fred Parle. Emil
Qoley, Will lain Hucstn, Claud Coon. George
tueinsonrout; wiiiiam irrants, jloms Koch,
Thomas Parry, John Connell, Russell
Bliss. Tillie Velih, Elsie Edwards. Mavda
Offer, Cella O'Boyle, Lizzie Daly, Fanny
liarunor, la na Lireeciiei i, Kiltie Unsung,
Katie and Btbce Burns. Anna Dnwsnn,
Katie Morrarii.y, Sadie Brogan, Lillie
Kruno, Lottie lope and .Mimd stern.
Dn ('. (i LjADBAORi dentist, Gas and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvement. Light years in
SwKNy, champion .high jur
world, will be here Juno 28.
rUB IS II TRIAL
Charged with Ruining Furnishings In
in Conway House.
THORTON USED AN IRON BAR
Struck Mr. Binger in tho Neck with
It Jurors in Phillips-Long Case
Wanted to Bo Discharged Three
Young Boys Enter Pleas of Guilty.
Other Cases Disposed of by the
Thomas McGuire, one of the acro
bats of the Dixie Adonis company, was
tried before Judge Kdwards in court
room No. 2 yesteVday on a chargo of
malicious mischief. When tho Dixie
sompnny was in this city on April 17
aud 18 last McGoie stopped at the
Conway house and it is alleged that he
fore he left he tore up tho carpets in
room No. 28, rninod the bod olothing
and played havoc generally with the
furnishings of the room. McGuire
roomed in No. 27 and it is alleged trust
he entered No. 28 by means of a bal
cony. Ho was represented yesterday
by Attorneys F. J. Filz.iimeiotia and
Find Stark. Assistant District Attor
ney O'Neill and Attorneys Joseph
O'Brien and I). W. Connolly conducted
McUuIre left the city before the con
dition of the room was discovered, but
he wsb arrested a few days afterwards
at York and brought back to this city.
He went on the stand yesterday nnd
denied the charge made against him,
claiming that he was in the hotol on
the night tho damage was done. All
of the testimony had been heard when
WANTED To BB DlsciIAliann,
At 10 o'clock yesterday morning the
case against Arthur Long aud William
Phillips was given to the jury. At-1 110
the jurors wanted to be ditchnrg'd as
tiny Could not agree, hut Judge G mi
ster left the court house,
Thomas M. Thorton, of the South
Side, udmitled that lie was guilty of
striking Albert Binger on the neck
with an iron bar without just causu or
Calvin Cridor, of the Eighteenth
ward, of this city, was put on trial be
fore Jndge (Innster yesterday on the
somewhat niiiijue charge of inciting a
dog to bite Michael Cunningham. The
jury said not guilty aud direoted Mr.
Criiler to pay two-thirds of the costs,
and Mr. Cunningham, the prosecutor,
Frod Young and William Walsh,
two boys who were arrested several
months ago for committing petty
thefts in the Sanderson hill portion of
the city, pleadod guilty. Young Frank
Gehrens, who stole tho poor box from
the Scranton Savings bank, also ad
mitted his guilt.
Michael Clemno admitted that he
wan guilty of foloniouly wounding Jo
seph Kramyock, his boarding boas, and
was sentenced to pay a fine $1, costs
and 8p?nd Ave months in tho eounty
jail. Clemno shot Kromyock became
the latter tried to take him home one
night while ho wss drunk.
Mrs. Ltichiu Newope, who left her
husband to take up her residence with
Mathias Barber, of Mudtown, was ar
raigned, but as her husband, the prolo
cutor, did not appear a verdiot of not
guilty was taken and he was directed
to pay the costs. In a case against
Barber a verdict of not guilty was also
GIBSON USED HIS FOOT.
Michael Gibson, a one-legged ma a
wiio nsidss on the West Side, a
tried for a:s u.lting, battering i nd
kicking Celia Wnlsh also of the Wet
Side. it was alleged that Gibson
knocked Celia down nnd then kicked
her. The jury had not agreed when
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
In tho rstnto of William Watkins, lnle
of this city, letters of administration were
granted to John I), Watkins.
Rogister of Willi Koehlor yesterday ad
mitted to probate the will of Sarah Jane
Washington late or Worth Abington.
Maniage licenses were granted yester
day by the clerk of the courts to John
Hallmnn and Mury MoBOSbaU. Dunmo
Hi man Holauder and Minnie Holatiilcr,
William Gnughan, cleik in McG.irrah
and lhouiai. drugstore, who was con
victed on Juno 12 of violating tho Sundiiv
law yesterdav took a writ of certioraii iii
the cass to the county courts.
W . E. Amour, who conducts n dining
room on Wyoming avenue, yesterday oh
tained a writ of replovin to recover pos
sejsionof certain dinning loom and house
hold goods which ho snys have been un
lnwfully seized by Mrs. Leah Jones Davi"
from whom he rents the premises, and
Constable J. S. Miller. Mr. Arnout sa
he does not owe tho rent for which his
goods were seized.
AN OVERHEAD BRIDGE.
It Will I' Recommnndsd that Counollo
The streets and bridges committee of
each council had advertised a meeting at
o ( locK yesterday nlternoon lor the pur
pose of travelling over Swetland street
With the city engineer to make a report to
councils of the most desirable way to put
that part of Swetland streot between tho
river and the preseut Swetland street
bridge in shapo for the building tho now
bridge. Not over half of the committee was
on hand, and City Engineer Phillips was
It was decided to make n report to com -cils
favoring the construction of an over
head bridge from the intersection of tl e
are hundreds of brands of
White Lead (so called) on the
market that arc not White Lead,
composed largely of Barytes and
other cheap materials. But the
number of brands of genuine
13 limited. The following brands
are standard "Old Dutch" process,
and just as good as they were when
you or your father were boys :
"Atlantic," " Beymer-Bauman,"
" Jewett." " Davis-Chambers,"
"Pahnostock," " Armstrong b McKslvy."
For Colors. National Lead Co.'s Pure
White Lead Tinting Colors, a one-pound can to
a 25-pound keg of Lead and mix your own
paints. Saves time and annoyance in matching
Shades, and insures the best paint that it is
possible to put on wood.
Send us a postal card and get our book on
paints and rolor-cnrd, free; it will probably
save you a good many dullars.
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
new bridge to the Swotland street, bridge,
and that a side approach bo constructed
on the north side of the overhead bridge
between Sixth and Soventh streots.
Another meetiug will bo held next
Thursday evening in tho municipal build
ing at 7.S0 o'clock.
MR. MOODY'S GREAT CAMPAIGN.
Includes This City with a Tont Saatlntr
Throe Thousand Tenons.
At a unlou meeting of tho city churchos
last ovening at the Eim Park church Ma
jor Whittle, the celebrated evangelist and
of Mr. Moody's corps, rnudo an address
ausut the coming campaign of Air. Moody
in this valley.
During August a tent soating over 3,000
poisons will be located on somo piece of
grouud Iu this city. Mr. Moody will be
bore three weeks and will movo from here
to Carbondule. Altogether he will have a
score or more of regular assistants aud n
large number of voluuteors.
It is proposed to make tho movemeut
one of the greatest religious revivals ever
known iu this part of tho state, not ex
cepting the great Mills' meeting. Com
mittees are at work making arrangements
for the opening of tho campaign at this
S. H. DunnY. mate of stoamor Arizona
had his foot badly jammed. Thomas' Ec
loctrlo Oil cured it. Nothing equal to I
to it for a quick pain reliever.
We have REDUCED prices on
BABY CARRIAGES, as our stock
is too largo. You can Imy a
good Baby Carriage for the price
of a cheap ouo.
rr Wedding Presents or Fur
nishing for Summer Cottages, avc
have a full and complete line.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
116 Wyoming Ave.
$1.50 Per Dozen
Ml JERSEY CREAM BUTTER
In 3 and 5 lb. Tails.
Eggs received Daily from tho
Homo Poultry Farm.
437 Lackawanna Aye.
A. We JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCIjKK AND SPOUTING
victor, Gondron, Pltpso, Lovoll. Diamon
nnd Other Wheels,
AND TDK TREATMENT OF LAMB-
To theso branches I dSVbte espeelal ntten
tion every afternoon.
Offlco nnd forge at tho BLUMB CAURIAtiH
WORKS, US DIX COURT, SCRANTON.PA
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Graduate of tho American Veterinary Col
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATE5
17th Nat'onal Saengerfest
June 22 to 26, 1894.
All'ordini: tho residents of S-ranton and
vicinity an excellent opportunity to visit
HOW nrk and its surrounding points of in
tercut nt tho most dei.Jitl'nl season of the
Special excursion tickets from Scranton
wi) lie Knlil ' ! ' . ,,..- 1 ...
v , " -" f" 1 J ".I. on Tit, i
to - lie' lOOL'O .'Oil til 1 i Itll ll nlll T,,.,., '1,1
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP $4.33
Do You Need Printing?
Consult THE TRIBUNE JOB DE
PARTMENT. Do Yonr Books Need Binding
Consult THU TRIBUNE BINDERY.
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 & IDelany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
g irjjMsim imtmmi lUIIUHIlllllimilllllliiiiiiiiuill mrnu IIIHIB
tlU GMT litiS
308 Lacko. Ave.
For the week we will sell everything: I
in this department at price in
order to move our immense stock.
s Just received a laror lot of odd
sies in KID GLOVES, in
a black and colors, worth from $1
i to $1.75, which will be sold for
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 ho would appreciate
' A NICE . . .
Would be just (he thing.
We have them in the very
finest styles Natural
Wood and Gold aud Sil
ver Handles. Drop in
and look at them.
F. P. CHRISTIAN;
I k: SPRUCE st.
200 LACKA. AVENUR.
It's a Great Shock
fn tho fnllin who are rliltnlnc: thy nndnrpoll
ill othem to find that with nit the leant fiv-s
nr liluir we ro giving oui-toracra tho ben
flt of sneh opportunities at theso.
A Mi'ictlv High Crude LIcht-welRhf
Wheel, tl4 pattern, 1. i 1 in nash.
1ROS pattern, Winn Wheel, for KT".
1804 pattern, 10( Wheel, for HSfteanh.,
These prices make tho business at our store.
FLORE Y & HOLT
Y. M. 0 A. BUILDING.
OOF tlnnlnir nn1 solderina Ml dono away
with hy tho asset HAUTMAN S I'AT
KNT PAINT, which consists of liifrrodl. nts
well-known to nlL It can be applied to tin,
palvunltod tin, sheet iron roof, also to brick
dwellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbllnir. crackinR or hroakinn of tha
brick, it will mill. i si. tlnuiug ot any kind tiy
many years.atid it' cont doe not exceod one
flfth that of tho cost of tinnine. I sold by
tho job or pound. Contracts takon by
ANTONIO 1IARTMANN, 527 Birch 8t
.? ySUS Anot.nor Artvnritn nf
in colors black
and blue, for
OHS. HEKWOOD A WARUKI.I,:
OBHTLEHKN It afford me erenH
pleaure to afnte that jour new proosai
off extrartlnc eeth wu a grand nucceM fc
my oage, and I henrtl Iv recommend It t
all. I elnoeroly hope that others will
tct It merit.
CAPT. S. E. IlltVAM Scranton, P
Henwood k Wardsll,
816 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after May CI make a great rednq
tloa In the prices of plates. All work cuav
an ten I Brat-class in every particular.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tha Eva Headache mil
"Marvousnosa relieved. Latest and Improved
Style of Eye (ilansu and Spejtaclos at thi
Lowest rricea. llest Artificial Eyas inserte.l
Jos SPRUCE St., op. Old Post Offlca.
UiftdlDf ' i" 1 ,
Wsrerooms : Opposite Cotombus Monument,
'"Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.