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TIIE fcCRAXTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 14, 1804.
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back of Dime Bank.
NEW PUN OF CAMPAIGN.
Will Bo Followed by Executive Commit
tee ot the Fas'ora' Union.
A meeting of the newly appointed
executive committee of the Pastors'
union, will be held at the Young Men's
Christian association Tuesday after
noon nt 2 o'clock, when it is expected a
plan will be discussed for carrying on
the work of Sunday observance wnich
ended with the resignation of Rev. F.
The tx'ict number of the new com
mittee is not known, but the intention
is to make the committee one of near
ly twenty-five members, all of which
shall bo representative business in-n.
The new work, it is understood, will
handle grosser violations of the law
than the selling of soda water and
cigars on Son lay.
GRIFFITHS WOULD NOT BE REFUSED.
He Insiated on Being Granted Admis
sion DavK' Houa.
David Griffiths was arrested early
yesteray morula by Officer Lowry for
creating u disturbance iu Center street.
Griffiths had imbibed a little too free
ly from the fliwinir bowl, and became
very boisterous. He went to a house in
Center street, kept by a man named
D ivif, and demanded admission which
was refused him.
He became very anJTryi and began to
smash thinss generally, be kicked in
tho door, and wonld hav played sad
havoo with the premises had not Offi
cer Lowry been summoned, to quell
Criiiolalng a Young Lady.
"Sho would bo a pretty girl for but one
''What's thatr asked Charley.
George Her face is always covered with
purple nnd red blotchos.
Charley Oh, that's easily enough dis
posed of. Used to J! the same way my
aelf, but I caught on to the trouble one
day, and got rid of it in no time.
Georgo What was it?
Charley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short course of P. P. P. I tell yon, it's
the boss blood corrector. The governor
had rheumatism so bad that you could
hear hlra holler clear across the country
every time he moved. He tried it, and
yon know what an athletic old cent he is
uow. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them ufter
wards. All the drug stores sell it.
Ecranton'a Buaineaa Interests.
TnB Thihune will soon rmblish
fully compiled and clnssMed list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing nun provisional interests ot Sicranton
nnd vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
snotogravure views ot our pnblic build
ups, business blocks. Btreets. etc.. tncnthnr
wiiu portraits oi loaning citizens, No
timilar work has evor given an equal rep
resentation of Scrautou's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of onr business resources. Kent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
Kdvertisoment of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
reeti Its to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Representatives of Tub Tiuhunb
will call upon tiiosh whose namks
are dkhiiikd iu this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
iu this edition will please have notice at
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HEWS OFJBI SI
A Correct Statement of Tests of Coal Made by
Bcnjimln Holies. -
TRIPP'S WOOD FDR A CITY PARK
It Could, with Little Difficulty, Be
Made a Delightful Breathing Ground.
Fire at the Dwelling of Mrs. Mary
Hughes Richard Maxey Given n
Hearing Before Alderman Morgan,
Other News of the Day.
TI10 West Sido odico of tho Souanton
TiuiiuMS in loomed at 113 North Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertisements
mid communications will receive prompt
Benjamin Hoelies malcna the fol
lowing correction of nn iirticlo that ap
peared in I he 1 niDUNB uoncerntiitf the
-ipeciticj gravity of two pieces of coal
taiten from the "Tlinron tract near
The specific srravity of the first piece
tented was 1 5151' or 9(5.58 sounds Per
cubic foot. Tlio specific gravity ot tho
second piece was 1, 55.13 or 1)7.21 pounds
per cublio foot, wliioh is considered
extra weight. Same of the coal veins
will not make over fc!) pouuds per euhio
foot, while the lower veins will make
about 01 pounds und 95 pounds and a
few Uli pounds to tho cubic foot.
TRIPP'S WOOD FOR A PARK.
Ths Idea Moeti With Much Favor Atnonir
the l'ei-plu Ghmorally.
The question of securing Tripp's
wood for a public p irk has met with
great encoiirairenii'iit and U backod
with favorable Heiitiuient from resi
dents on this aide. City Engineer
Pniliips says that a very good approach
eon Id be made to the pur It from Ceme
tery streot for tho convenience of
pople from this side. This would con
demn, for street purposes, a small strip
of land now owned by the Delaware,
Lickawnnim and Western Railroad
The approach from tho Frovidoiico
nide would be across the Delawure,
L ickawauna and W 'Stem tracks. To
un'ke the place still more pleasant a
miniature lake cowl 1 be flooded Into
the land. This is looked upon with
decided favor. The V.illey Passenger
company now have a franchise held by
the Seranton Traction company to run
o.irs to Hull's Ho id, which, if carried
our, would make the place fully as ac
cessible as the liouud Woods. The
West Side board of trade discussed this
matter at a recent meeting, and a reso
lution pusaed iu its favor,
FIRE ON A PORCH.
It Was Ex'inguiehaa with a Faw Palls
The nlarra of fire which sonnded
from box 3D at the coiner of Sumner
avenu and Washburn street about 7
o'clock last evening, was caused by a
alight blaze in the rear of a two-story
frame dwelling occupies by Mrs Mary
Hughes, a widow, on South Fillmore
avenue, home boys who were In the
yard s.t tire, either accidentally or
otherwise, to a porch iu the rer of hr
home. The blaze wns alight and easily
extinguished with the aid of a few
pails of water. The Franklin aud Co
lumbia companies responded.
MAXEY GETS A HEARING.
Will Have to Pay a Fin of $7 for Hit
Riohard Maxey, who was arrested on
Thursday evening: for being drunk nnd
disorderly, was given a hearing yester
day nlornina by Alderman T. T. Mor
gun, of the Fifteenth ward.
Maxey was arrested in the store of
Yoos & Doyle,wbere he had threatened
to clean out the place. He was takon
to the station bousa by Officer Rodham
and on the way tussled with the officer.
When placed in the cell he smashed an
iron bucket and destroyed everything
near him. Ha was fined $7, allowing
$ 1 foe the damage ho bad done.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Hiss Anna Davis, of Jersey City, for
merly of this side, is in town.
MiBs Martha Nichols and hrotbor Frank,
of Lafayette sireot, nro visiting friends iu
Mrs. Mablo Boldey of South Main ave
nue, is visiting friuuds in Poughkoepsio,
Lou Jones, of North Tlyde Park nvenuo,
Is s ending his vacation with criemu in
C. L. Meers, hardware dealor on North
Slain avenue, is on a business trip to Syra
cuse, N. V.
Mr. mid Mrs. George Chase, of North
Mnin avenue, are spending a few days at
the 6en snoro.
Richard Jones, janitor at No. H school,
accompanied oy liis wire, is visiting rela
tions iu Canada.
Motorman Townsend. of tho Washbnrn
street line, has roturncd from a tlshing
trip near will uty.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Williamson, of Bel
fast, are visiting Professor and lira. R. J.
Bauer, of Wortli Bromley uvenno.
Miss Tillie Davis, of Eynon street, aud
imihb Kate Johnson, of south Main avenue.
bavo returnod from a visit with friends in
Alvin W. Boers, of Morriflold avenue.
leaves this morning for an extended visit
in Bingham ton. Syracuse and his former
homo at Auburn, N. Y. IIo will sojourn
at caynga innu, at tne latter place.
A party conslstiun of Misses Ethol Por-
ter, Lon Deppon, Edith House, Btella
ureen ana waiter Jones, JJavul Uwens,
Will Reynolds and Peter Baker went down
the Bellevue mines last uveninu. Mr
Baker took several flash-light photographs
oi iuo luttiiior wuu uis iiouaK.
In the nbsenco of the Rev. Dr. Flovd.
the Rev. A. W. Cooper, of the Hampton
street church, will occupy the pulpit of the
Minpson cuurcu tomorrow, itov. H. V.
Hinman and Rev. William Piirxnns, well
Known locar proacuors ot tun west Slue,
win servo tne iiHuipiou street people.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
The County Committee Will Seleot tha
Tha data for hnldlno tho. Tinnnhlixnn
county convention will Oe decided at a
meetinir o: tne comitv committee this
afternoon at 2 o'tloclt at the rooms of
the Central Republican olub In the
While it has not huan Anflnitnlv d
cided upon what date to call the con
venuon, toe time win probably De be
tweon Aug. 1 nnd 21.
LADIES OF THE MYSTIC CHAIN.
Petersburg Lodis InntalU Offloara
Has a Soolal Baaaion.
The Petersburg assembly, Degree
Masonic, No. 23, Ancient Order
Knights of the Mystic Chain, insta
its now officers Wedneadnv nn
after which an interesting programme
w.is renuereo una refreshments served.
Following were the officers installed:
Past commander, Mm Minerva
Amen dt; commander, Mri. Martha
Mechler; vic commander, Mr. Louis
Robertson; conductor, Miai Jliuuie
Uiiruiin; secretary, Mrs. Augaata
Thnuer; assistant secretary, Mrs. An
toinette Schnltz; treasurer, Mrs. Emma,
JNielson: chaplain, Mm. Yetta Wnltz;
Kuard, Mrs. L-ttia Zsigler; sentinel,
Mrs. Parlena Weinsart: aid. Miss Liz
zie) Scbultz; nid. Mrs. Yetta Miller;
trustee, Mrs. Miry 13ifeldt.
THE POLICE INSPECTION.
May Poseibly Be Hold In ths Next Two
Possibly nest week or the week fol
lowing will witness the annual iiiBpec-
lon of the nollco department by Mayor
Council. The military bearing of the
men since the weekly drill at the nrra
ory has been in vogue has been of great
lieueht in enthusing them to recognize
and appreciate the :;ood results of dis
The police force contains a number
of oflioers who are or have been mem
bers of the national guard or the rega-
ar army, and their experience has been
a great help in perfecting the whole
body in military lormatiom.
Willi the recent additions to the
forco, and the rectified faults following
the preliminary inspection, it is prob
able that lu the mayor's inspection will
appear a Dody of men of which many
a city largor than Sorauton might well
M'CflFFERTV'S SPORT EXPENSIVE.
It Coata Him $5 When Arraigned in
Martin McCifTerty was drunk and
raising a disturbauce down in Ilauley's
lunch room at the Delaware, Lacka
wanna aud Western depot yesterday
morning. Special Officer Ooerlitz
warned him at two dilleront times to
bo quiet and leave the place, but Lib
would not take good advice and bogan
to abuse the officer by calling him vile
He took several dishes from thelnnch
counter and began to throw thm
around promiscuously, whereupon the
officer placed him under amst and
tool him to polic headquarters.
He was hned sj in city court yester
GETTING READY F03 ENCAMPMENT.
Thittnanth Has Recoiv?4
Complement of Knnpaack.
Thirteenth regiment members will
bo pleased to know that a full comple
ment of knapsacks bus been received
from Harnsburg headquarters.
1 hoy are of solid black lo-it-mr with
white stripes and the mark "13, N. O.
P." on tne backs and company and
member number on the side. The
articles will be most acceptable at this
time from the fact that many ot the
(dd knapsacks are so worn as to be un
fit tor service. The new ones will De
distributed before encamnment.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
rTlie North End ollleo of tho SonANToN
Tiuiii nk is Incited at tho Lewis Diui: Store
and Jehu's Store. Wayne avenue, whore sub
scr ptiims. ndvrtiseiii nts und commuuicution
will receive prompt attention.
E. i:. Teal, of Green Ridue, is at his sum
mer house at Elmhu: st.
Chief Ferber paid a visit to tho North
End hose stations yesterday.
The little daughter of Patrick Gordon,
of Oak street, died yestorday.
Miss Amv Decker, of Cavuca streot, will
pass a week's vacation at Chinchilla.
Charles Ilenwood sneut yesterday with
his family at his lileuwoud rcaidouce.
W. D. Kenucdy and family, of Greon
RidKP, are spending a couple of weeks at
iNewp irt, K. J..
Cards aro issued' announcing the wed
ding of Miss iiattio A. Harvey aud the
Kev. Y. T. U ord.
A little dauuhter nrrived yestordav at
the residence of Alt. and Hire. James toy.
oi Keyser avenue.
Miss Auna iiardiu", of Cleveland, 0., is
visiting her cou-in, Miss Ella Rouey, of
t.ust Jlarket street.
Sister Mary Louise, of the House of tho
Good Shepherd, is eutertaiiiine Miss Ella
Coyle, ot iowanda.
Tho Celestial lod.'O of the Order of Odd
Fellows will coaler tha second degree at
their Monday's meeting.
Mrs. M. R. Luing, of Barton, England, is
staying wuu uer bister, mis. ueorgeuio
sou, oi Sanderson nvenuo.
Work wns suspended at the Green Ridge
iron works yesterday ow ing to nn nccident
to one ot I lie luruace covers.
MisB Ida Christmas, one of the 6chool
teachers of Providence leaves on Monday
to spend nor vacation in mo soutn.
A hiale quartette will assist in tho ser
vices otluo jNortn Alum Avenue cuurcu,
when selections from Tonney'a composi
tions wiil be rendered.
Tho Green Hidge wheelmen hold their
second lawn social last evening, which
was a great success. The arrangements
woro oxcellontly carnod out.
The funeral of Beatrice, thelittlo daugh
ter of Mr. Hartshorn, took nlace yester
day, lntcrmeut bo'ng made at Forest Hill
cemetery; liev. l). savago otlicialing.
Rev. G. W. Watkius has roturned from
Lewisburg, accompanied by threo of his
children. Mrs. Lewis and romaiudor of
family are expected to arrive next week.
Arthur Jones, of Wayne avenue, who
had a doublo fracturo of the arm two
weeks aco, is progressing favorably uutlor
the care of Dr. Donne aud is able to tako
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Samuel Treible, tho tax collector of the
borough of Elmhurst, filed a' judgment brnd
in court yesteiday iu the sum of VW.
Huso Burneider, Jacob Frederick aud J.
S. Miller signed tho bond.
Ellas Pickering, who wns a privato in
Company li. Thirteenth regiment, Penn
sylvania cavalry, during the civil war, was
granted a license to peddle iu Lackawanna
county yesterday by t'rothouotnry .Pryor.
Henry Savagyil, of this city, took out
his first papers yestorday in the ollico of
Prothouotnry Pryor. Ho declared that it
is his intention to become a ilrat-class
American citizen. Ho renounced all al
legiance to bia former laud, Austria.
Patrick O'Connor, of Suvonth streot, in
tho Eighteenth ward, through his attor
ney, 1. II. Burns, began a trespass suit for
15, Uliudamnges against tne city ot ecranton
in tho ofllce of Prothouotnry Pryor yestor
day. The bill of particulars avers that the
plalntilt's property was damaged to the ex
tent of the amount asked for by reason of
damage sustained to his property through
tli-) construction of a sewer in that vicinity
which was inadequate to carry eff the
Great Band Contest
Tho committee of the Cymric association
for the cultivation of music and literature
has received positive assurance that no
leas than five uiauniticent bands will com
pete at thoir musical festival which takes
nlace at Laurel Hill park on Thurednv and
Friday, Sept. 0 aud 7. This will be the
meatest bund contest tnat mis ever oc
curred. not only in the state of Pennsyl
vania but in the United States. Either
Sousa. of the Marine band of Washington
Victor Hubert, of the famous Giluiore
band: or Reeves, of Providence, R. I., will
bo eiiL'ined as adjudicators lor the note
worthy occasions. These three gentlemen
are the three greatest bandmasters known
in musical history. iuo prize in tuis con
tent has been increased from t00 to t'JM.
An elegant trophy will be presented to the
lendor oi tne victorious oauu.
A Vam Vt-1r ntt.v will ha in tila firniifnn
office, Hi Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day rrom 8 in tne morning until w in tne
NEWS op soom SI
Only a Few Members Attended the Beard of
THE COfflTTEE APPOINTED
An Informal Discussion Concerning
the Matte3 Street Improvement and
Roaring Brook Bridge Funeral of
Frank Kane, Who Was Killed at
Newark, N. J. John Kuhn, of
Cherry Street Injured.
The South Side board of trade met iu
regular session iu Alderman Storr's
ball last evouing, the following1 mem
bers being present: Presideut. George
Scheuer; secretary, M. 'J. O'Toole;
Stephen Spruks, C. J. Rojnr, Michael
Miller, T. J. Moore, M. f. Judge, nnd
C. Storr. In appointing tiie commit
tees for the ensuing year be said, while
the past year had been a poor one and
very little progress had bean made, he
hoped the members of tne various com
mittees would work hard and make up
tor the past; he had tried bard to sat
isfy all tha members in the appoint
ments ana nonea tnat every one was
The following committees were ap
Manufacturers F. J. Mooro. C. G. Bo-
land, George Schour, Stephon Spruks, C. J.
Street and Bridges C. G. Boland. Mich
ael Miller. Charles Westpfabl. John Gib
bons, George Frabel.
uo-operntiou U. ti. lioiaud, i. J, Mooro,
Stephen S. Spruks, Charles W. Westpfabl,
A. R. tfchall'or.
Membership M. P. Judge, Ambrose
Wertz, J. J. Bchneider, li. Rouard, C.
Rules-C. W. Westnfahl. J. J. Coyne.
Henry Hunk, Robert Robinson, C. J. Ro
sar. Sowers and Drains J. J. Snvdor. Robert
Robinson Christian Morr. 0. W. West
pfabl, II. J. Spruks.
Legislation John Gibbons. Robert II -h-
insnu, P. A. Cttvnuaugh, H. J. Spruks, T.
Parks-T. J. Monro. C. W. Westnfahl,
P. A. Cavnnangh. Johu Gibbons and M. P.
The various committees reported pro
gress. Mr. Moore said that the weather
was bo warm that members cannot bo
expected to work as hard as in the
Several bills were ordered paid, after
which an informal discussion took
place on the Pittston avenue culvert
and the Mattes street improvements.
As: to the latter, preliminary work
moves slowly, but the members gen
erally seemed satisfied with the pro
gress of the former. In answer to a
question by Mr. Miller, T. J. Mooro
said that the purchase of Nay Aug p irk
will be completed in a few weeks, iue
mayor has been asked for polios pro
tection, which has been granted. There
are eighty-seven acres of land in the
plot. The same gentleman also spoko
favorably about securing Tripp's laud
is a park for the North Lnd aud West
Side. Regarding tht Pittston avenue
bridge, Mr. Storr nnd Mr. Miller spoke
in favor of a stone arch culvert.
SOUTH SlOt JOTTINGS.
Mrs. William Stern, of Codar avenue. Is
quite seriously ill.
The Forest band will hold a picnic July
a i nt me leutrai rarit gaiMou.
Tho Geimle Kieb will hold a Dicnio at
Tho Star Social club will hold a ball at
bchiinptf's hall on September "4.
Miss Marie Bushou, of Hawlor, is visit
ing juiss itacey Uompe, ot Cedar avenue.
A. J. Mulderig, of Pit ston avenue, is
making many improvements about bis
A child of Mr. and Mra. Terrenco Carey,
of Mnple street, died last Thursday evon
iugs Tho funeral will take placa today.
The child of Mr. and Mrs. John Green
field will be buried at 2 o'clock today in
tne uerinan uuthoiio cemetery at A'o. 5.
Fred G. Peters, Emerson Owen nnd lady
rnends. or tho world's rairclub, spent an
enjoyablo day at Mountain Lake yester
day. Thomas Ludden, of Minonka. was in
jured yi storday in the William Connell
mines. He was cqueczed between two
The First Presbyterian church ran an
excursion to Lake Ariel yesterday. It
was largely attended uy members ot the
botitu Side brancu.
An entertainment wns held at the Meth
odist Episcopal church, Codar nvnue.
last Thmsdny evening, under the auspices
of the King's dnughteis.
At the Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation rooms on Cedar nvonue. the sor
vices will bo hold on Sunday afternoon at
4 o clock instead of 3.4r as formerly.
Tho Hook and Ladder company has chal
lenged the William Connell Hose company
to a game of base ball to take place at the
Hook's picnic. Tho challenge has been ac
cepted. Branch 179. Young Men's Institute, has
decidi d to take charge of tho games nt tho
excursion of St. .John's church to Farviow
on July iiO. An elaborate programme has
John Kuhn, of Cherry streot, was badly
injured about the leg yesterday while at
work in the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Car shops. He refused to go to
the Hospital ana wns taken Home.
Tho funeral of tho late Frank Kane, of
.Newark, W.J., took place yesterday mom
lug at Newark, whore the interment was
mailo. - A number of friends from the
South Side attouded the funeral.
Fred Meyers, of Pittston avouue, whoso
nnmo wns mentioned In connection with
the "horse trade" iu Wednesday's TimiUNE
says he has nothing to do with the Scran
tou and Pittston express Hue. Fred R,
Hewitt, he says, is the owner of that Hue
The J'lcnio of tha Season.
Tho greatest event of the season will be
the picnic of St. Paul's Pioneer corps.
which will bo held at Lnurol Hill park on
Saturday, July 14. Great preparations for
the same are now complete. There have
been many enjoyable picnics held at this
retort, but this one will excel them nil for
pleasure. It is the intention of tho com
mittee in charge to mako this an enjoyable
uffair for the thousands of people who
will attond. Refreshments of all kinds
will be sorvod on the grouuds aud there
will bo games of all kinds. The event of
the day will be an exhibition drill given
by the corps at 7.81) p. m.
Low Kata to Colorado.
On July 2t and 22 tha North Westei n
line will sell excursion tickets to Denver,
Pueblo and Colorado Springs and return
nt exceedingly low rates; tickets good for
return passage until Aug. 25. inclusive.
Solid vestibuled trnius, paluce sleeping
cars and Buperb dining cars through be
tween Chicago and Denver daily, via tho
Chicago and North Western railway.
For detailed information apply to agents
of connecting linets or address W. A
Thrall, general passenger nnd ticket
agent, Chicago. '
Fob Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuralgia,
CraniD nnd Colic there i no remedy su
perior to the genuine Dr. Thomas' Eclnc
Bncklan's Arnloa Balva.
The best salve in the world for Cut
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Kores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns aud nil Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price U5 cents per
box. For tale by Matthews Bros.
Wo have REDUCED prices ou
BABY CARRIAGES, as our stock
is too large. You can buy a
good Ilaby Carriage for tho price
of a cheap one.
Fr Wedding Presents r Fur
nishing for Summer Cottages, we
havo a full aud complete Hue.
Lamps, Dinner and Toilet
WEICHEL & MILLAR
n6 Wyoming Ave.
BUSINESS UD SHSRTOa
I- irst Tlin t'nlleg will re open in all
t'-e clen.-irtuiunts oil Monday, Atitf.
Second Tin; Faculty lias been selected
from the best schools in tho largest
ei ii-H nnd aro men of culture and
Third -Men, nsa class, nro shrew ler,
more energetic, and more intelli
Bent than tli"y were t-'ii years ao.
.... tVo intend to moot these conditions.
Fourth We shall introduoo several
new features. In place of 'mueli
that U:n 1 -en theoretical shall bj
,...A room will bo set apart for tho
Fifth Industrial classes for women,
under tne supervision of a lady
from the celehi ated Pratt institute.
,..,A system of Inter communication
Hnsiae s Practico, iu cliargo of a
....A Telcraph Olllce, all tho modern
npplianees of the counting room.
,,,,A department of Common and
,.,.A11 tho rooms olcgantly fitted.
Sa7"('a!l or write for Catalogue.
I K. WOOD, I'lopi letor.
Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
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FOR ALIi D!S MASKS AND ALL
The great Enirlish Staff of Physicians. The
Most uisTi.'iii'i-Hi;i spkcialists
ON THE CONTINKXT Tlin l'rosident and
Chief Ui.-it,""istid:ui can bo found daily in
tlio parlor at tnu
P12 und Ml PENN AVEXUR. They como
ret-omm mded by royalty and the lirsr physi
cians of Europ v 'ilioy treat all lds- ases.
Ruptures cured liv a new proo-'ss. A P"S1
'1 1VU cure (.naranteed in all SEXUAL DIS
EASES and Weaknessos ot
by our new treatment, ration's treated by
correspondence a:ul medicines with full di
rections sunt hy express, lint when possl
Id'), a personal consultation is preferred. All
consultation-! are held in strict privacy. '
N.B. Tli.se specialists call euro all recent
ns V ELL as all limit -standing chi-ouio.dillii'idt
and ohicuro easos thai have been nenlectoJ
or nnskillfully treated Calls made tiy ap
pointmuiit an I patients treated at th'-ir bonus
when desirod. Hours, 'J to i and J to 8 SX
For Ten Days
only to introduce
our NEW brand of
$4.00 PER BARREL
$1.00 PER SACK
4 7 LAfKAWAMM X AVl.
yj mm mw tm
. r . r- bp S I zm
Ire at Present tli Mrt l'ornlar ana I'refarrwl tv
Wureroomi! : Oppostto CJ'umbui Monument,
MVrvihinr;'. cn ft v. Snrantf n.Pr
" There arc a great many cards,
pamphlets, circulars and other
advertising matter constantly being
distributed among the public.
Not everybody has a taste for read
ing. Have your printing done hi an
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's attention by some
thing catchy and rarely seen.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
is able to please you in every
You iSeed 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
artin & Delany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
I -. Breat Blearing
303 Lackawanna Ays,
I This week all Spring and 1
1 Summer Goods sold regard- gj
I less of cost to make room for our fall s
I and winter stock. lr-
Coins Early and Secure First Choice, i
It's a Great Shock
to the folks who are chimin they undersell
ill other) to find that without the least tuas
dt bluster wo ore Rivinft custom' rs the boa
jflt of such opportaaities as tUcso.
A Striellv Uleh 0'l Llcht-welghf
Wheel, 1801 pattern, fur $110 iah.
18i3 puitrn, StBO Wlieul, for 7S.
1801 pattern J100 Wheel, ror 85 eaab.
theso prices muko tho business at our store,
FLORBY C HOLT
Y. M. C. A BUILDLNGK
X is Correct!!
AND JUST THE
THING FOR THIS
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICTCLES AND SrORTINQ
Victor, Oendmn, Kcllpse, Lovoll. Diamond
and Other whoela.
ROOT tlnnlnu and solderlnpr all done away
with by the use of HAHTMAN'8 PAT
ENT PAINT, which consist of luKi-edi-nts
well-known to nil It can bo npplied to tin,
galvitni.od tin, Hheet iron roofs, also to brick
Swollincs, which will proyent absolutely any
crumblinir, crackiug or breaking of the
brlcK. it win outiasc tin hoik or any xinu uy
many years.and it'a cOBt does not exceed one
fifth that of i he cost of tlnnluR. Is sold by
, the job or pound. Contracts taken by
I ANIONIC 11AU1MAMN, 67 Birch Bt
308 Lackawanna Ave,
By DR. DR. SHIMBERG,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Ner
vonsnets relieved. Lntest and Improved Style of
Eyeglasses and Spectacles nt the Lowe;-t Prices.
Rest Artificial Eyes inserted for ?5.
305 Sl'IiLCK ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
ti. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
ii. WXOiUNO AVE., BOLaJUU
iTEINTVAT ft RO
DKCKER BROTHERS An
&KA.N1CH & BAOM
Mstalarsa atockot flrtasiUai
Another Advocate of
DBS. HEN WOOD & W'AItDELL:
OEKTLE3I EN It affords me greaj
pleaHurs to sluts that yoor new prooaaj
of extracting teeth was a Rranil anceaaa li
my cane, anil I heartily recommend It ti
alL I alncaroly hope that others will
CAFX. 8. K. lIHYANr, Soranton, Pa)
Henwood k Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ave.
W1U on and after Mny SI tnnhe a preat redna:
Uod In the prices of plates. All work guua
antood flrat-ciias in evon particular.
ALL DIAMOND PRIZES.
This circuit includes "Wash
ington, Denver, Chicago,
Philadelphia, New York,
SCR ANTON'S DAY,
September 17, 1894