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THE fcCKANTON TBIUUNE-TUESDAY MORNING-. JULY 17, ' lStfl.
STELLE & 8EELEY,
134 WYOMING AVE.
FINEST LINE IN THE CITY
F'OK TUB PHICISi,
ft Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
KANUFACTCRKD AND FOB SALE TO
1UE THADE Vi
The Weston II Co
EEWARE CF COUNTERFEITS )
HAVE THE INITIOS
G.', 3. St Co.,
Garney, Brown & Co. JVLVa.
DR. H. B. WARS
406 SPRUCE STREET,
back of Dime Bank.
Colonel C. H. Mullin is at the Wyomine.
It. V. Leslie, of Philadelphia, Is in tho
II. S. Wilier and family are at the sea
C. K. Jlanvillc, of Carbondnle, was here
Mayor Council niade a business trip to
f-'uperiu tendon t of Schools Phillips has
returned from his trip to Philadelphia and
At bury Park.
Henry Ilener, of tho South Side, will
Fail for Germany today on tho Btenmship
Liilm. Ho will bo absent about three
Rev. P. J. McMnnus, of St Paul's church,
Green Ki' 1 k, and Kev. W. P. O'Donnell,
of Holy Koi-iiry church, Providence, will
Full soon for Europe ou tho steamship Ser
via. Some of the recent arrivals at tho
Lodge, Preston park, were: E. Ii. Ilnn
drick and family, J. E. Burr and family,
Georgo linrrell nnd family. Mr. and Mrs.
U. S. Kimball, A. P. Trnulwein and
family, ull of C'nrbouiinla; Kev. Edward
Hryau, Milwaukee, Wis.: Miss Paxtnn,
Princeton, N. J.; Franlr. R Stockor.
Jermyn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Slater, Corry, aud
Curtis Craue and family, of this city.
NEW STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE.
It Will B in Efcei the Littar Fart of
In a few days thero will bn n change
in tho schedule of the following Hues
of the street car system: Dunmre
Suburban, Groan liidge Suburban,
Green Ridge People's und Nay Au
O11 the Dnnmore Suburban tho cats
will not run any farther than the C.u
ners, nor will the L turel Hill cars.
There will be a car running between
the Corners and No. C, which will met
nil Laurel Hill cars, making 15-imnule
trips. Passenger on the Suburban
line will not be transferred to the
branch car, only those on the Laurel
Hill line baing transferred
The first car ou the Nay Aug liu
will start out in the morning at 0
o'clock instead of at 7, as at present.
The lust car will loave Franklin ove
nno on this Una at 11 o'clock at night
instead of at 10. -10. There will be a
later car on both Green Ridge lines.
The schedule, it is expected, will go
Into effect the lattor part of the week.
Ecranton'a Bumei Interests.
Tijb TRinuNE will soon publMi a care
fnlly compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will bo bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ii gs, business blocks, streets, etc., together
wiih portraits of leading citizons. No
similar work has ever givt-n an equal rep
resentation of Scrnnton's many indn
tiies. It will bean iuvnluable exposition
of our business resources. Kent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers nnd be an unequalled
advertisement of tho city. Tho circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fuil of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Repreeutatives of Tub Tntmmn
will call upon tiiosic wiiohb names
re dkmiied in this edition aud explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please have notice at
Enclilen's Arnloa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cnt s
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khenra. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns aud all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price SJ5 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros. i
NEWS Of WEST ffl
Property Owners on Jackson, Robinson and
Ninth Strec's Agree to Pave,
THE DEATH OF ANTHONY TU
Ho Was a Member of the Father
Matlicw Society and the Catholic
Mutual Benefit Association Slung
Shot Used by John Flynn on Her
man Von Zoelan Blowing of Cen
tral Mine Gong Creates Excitement.
Tho work of securing a majority of
foot frontage for thw paving of Jack'
Hon, Robinson ami Ninib streets bns
been completed at last. There is an
ordinance now pending in the councils
providing for the p tvinsr of West
ljickiiwannii avenue from Ninth street
to the Delaware, Lickawanna and
Western railroad. It is now hope!
that the strents will be paved along
that soction from Main avenue, thus
making it complete before tbo winter
The West Side board of trivia ha
done much in this matter. Borne time
ago a petition waa drawn up by the
streota und bridges committee of that
organization for the three aforesaid
streets and a separate one for West
Lackawanna avenue. ' The residents of
the latter thoroughfare vvero more de
sirous of puihing the nutter than the
othflrs. hence it whs hurried through
the city legislature before the petition
'or the throe combiued streets was
The total frontage on Ninth street is
0;il feet, aud the amount signed for is
MS Robinson street hag a total of
t.Slii) f et and the signatures amount to
0)(i, Tne 057 feet on Jacks'):! street
ii.is signatures amounting to OlSJ A.
M. Morse aud Assessor II. D Jones
have been by far the most active in the
project, und Bhould bo highly recom
mended on its sucuesi. It is expected
that tho petition will be iutro luo-ed at
tho next meeting of common council,
where it muy be presented by Presi
dent Nenlis, a representative, of Unit
DEATH OF ANTHONY TIMLIN.
Bis Funeral Will Tuka I lace on Wednes
Anthony Timlin, a respected resident
of this si te, died on Sunday evening ut
his home vli North Sumner aveune.
after a two weeks' illness. Mr. Timlin
was lorn in county Mayo, Ireland, and
came to Scran ton thirty-one years ngo.
He was a member of the I'utholic Mu
inal lieuefit association and for thirteen
years a faithful member of the Father
Mathew society. Mr. Timlin was em
ploved in the Central mines.
lie is survived by u wife nnd ten
children. The funeral will take placo
on Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. A
solemn high mass will bo held ht St.
Patrick's church. Iutermemt in the
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
FLYNN USED A SLING SNOT.
He Will Have to A no war at Court for
John Flynn. of Lafayette street, was
arrested yesterday ou complaint of
Herman Von Zoelan of the same
street, who alleges that be was struck
with a missile thrown from a siiug
shot at the hands of Flynn.
The case was beard iast evening be
fore Alderman Johns, of the Fourth
ward. It wns alleged that without
any provocation Flynn attacked Von
Zjelun and be received a blow in the
eye from the stone. The defendant, a
lad of 10 years, was bound ovor to
court in the sum of $200, John Cawley
becoming bia bondsman.
A GONG CREATES EXCITEMENT.
Many Thought a Mine Accident Had
The long blow of the gong whieh
sounded from the Central mines last
evening caused crawds of psople to
flock to tne place, and was the cause of
no little comment. Some went so far
as to say tbat miners wera entombed
while others statod that their had been
a cave in.
The real cause of the excitement was
nothing moro than a false alarm sound
ed by the engineer. William Webber
of North Bromley avenue. Some
miners who were below had rapped the
bell for the carriage and in answering
it Mr. Webber ha t pulled the gong in
stead of the bell. Crowds gathered
around the place fearing some accident
WEEDING CAUSED TROUBLE.
Soma of John F. Thomas' Fancy Veg
etables Fulled Up.
John J. Mnrean. of the Fifth ward.
had a warrant issued yesterday for the
arrest of John P. Thomas, of Jackson
wtraet. who bad brutally assaulted hi;n
und his younger brother, Jamet
Thomas, had planted a peculiar veg
etable along tb fence, and while weed
ing the gardon a member of the Mor-
n"m fiimllv nnllnd it nut
This made Thomas wrnthy and he
resorted to blows, lie was held in ?IUU
i : i . - ... t. rr . it
oau 1.Q appear hi vourb, jiuuiuaa j-i..
Jones becoming bis bondsman.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
fThe West Side offlco of tho SCKANTON
Tui i:nb1h locatnil nt 113 North Ulttin nvn-
nun, where Hultsci-ipriunn, advurtiseinonts and
communications will rocoivo prompt atten
Jamos TInghes, of Washburn street, has
returned from Pottsvillo.
Miss Farnh Meredith, of Jackson street,
is visiting iriomls in Plymouth,
Professor Haydn Evans and E. T. Stovor
spent yesterday llshing at Alaplewood.
Will Bruninn and Elmer Stover have re
turned from a visit with friends in Ulen-
Miss Dossin Praunfoltor, of South Brom
ley nvenuo, is visiting friends at Mount
I'ocono. . '
Lou Jonos. of North Hyde Park avenue,
has returned from a visit with friends in
Bert Davis, of East Strondsburg, is visit
ing his cousin, Howard Davis, on South
Hyde Park avenno.
Mr. aud Mrs. John Buckley, of North
Main avenue, are visiting friouds at Pleas
ant Mount, Wayne county.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wilson, of North
Main avenue, have returned home from a
Vitdt with friends iu Carbouuale,
William Mann and sister, Lizzie, of Al-
toona, are guests at the home or Jliss
tiraco Ackor, of soutn Alain aveuuo.
Miss Delle P. Evans, teacher at No. 18
Bchool. left yesterday morning for a twree
weeks' visit with mentis in Ulun Fails.
Thomas Price. Councilman Simon
Thomas, T. G. Thomas, and ;Gvylim Wil
liams spoilt yesterday fishing at Sheek's
Mrs. William D. Jones nnd sons Wallace
and Ralph, of Cnrboudale, are visiting at
tne Home of a. U. Jones, ol JNortu Hyde
Thomas Morton, of Frink street will
leave tomorrow for New York City. Il
will, embark on the steamship City of
raris ror ungiuna. '
The funeral services of George Haycock,
late of 321 North Garfield avenue, who
died yesterday, will be hold tonipht at 8
p. m. at the residence of the deceased, l'ho
remains will be taken by the JJolawaie anu
Hudson 8 a. m. train Wodnesday morning
to JeaneiiVille for iutermeut.
MISS KILL A M'S BARN PARTY.
Given at the Summer Kealdenoe of Her
Parents at Faupuck.
Mips Emaleno Killam, who is spend
ing the summer with her patents nt
their summer home at Pnupaek, enter
tained a few of her friends at a "coun
try burn danoe" last Saturday evening.
J. ho a tl ii r was a most dolightful one
and was given in houor of friends from
New York, who ara vial ling her. The
barn was most tastofully decorated iu
rustic style, und with Chinese lanterns.
In ono corner wus a moat enticing lov
er's bower. Among those who attended
trom hcrunton were Miss riorence Uii
gnr, Miss Mame Charlesworth, M. K.
Edgar, Dr. E. M. Green, Dr. Clear
water and h. II. Connell.
KILLED EY A FALL OF ROCK.
John Radcliffe, of tbo Flatf, Instantly
Killed in Jarmvn No. 2.
John Uadcliffe, a married man with
a Urge family, liviug ut 1)18 South
Wyoming aveuuo, and employed at
the Jerinyn No. 2 shaft iu Old Forge
was instantly killed by a full of rock
while ut work yesterday afternoon at
Undertaker G. A. Miller took charge
of the remains and removed them to
his late homo. Arrangements for tho
funeral have not yet bi'en completed.
Willlem Williams Killed by an Explo
sion at tin LesffoU'e Cre.ik.
William Williams, ugod 50, of Oik
street met with a fatal accident yes ler
day morning nt Leggetts Creek mine.
Williams was blasting in Ins cham
ber at the time nnd from n statement
made by bis latiorr it appears that tho
lirst squib misiod fire. Williams then
returned with another sqnib and cut
the match shorter and fixed it iu tho
blasting barrel. The result was that
after he bred the match the explosion
took placo before be could g.t to a
place of safety.
Dicensed wns a married man and
leaves a widow nnd four childreu. His
funeral will take pluce from bis late
residence, 304 Oak street, tomorrow nt
2 p. m. Interment in Washburn street
Much sympathy has been expressed
for the widow, who has suffered con-
iiiderablo trouble, having buried two
promising daughters in lf'JO. , Mr.
Williams nnd bis family cumo Iroin
South Wales in 137.
PROHIBITIONISTS AT GREEN RIDGE.
Several Addresses Delivered in the
The Green Ridge Prohibition League
room was crowded last evening when
a Prohibition meeting wns addressed
by J. M. Howell, Rov. Luther Pick,
Hyde Park; 1). M. Ivinter, Providence,
Mr. Peck stated that the first pro
hibition meeting was held in the gar
den of Eden, Bince when God had given
laws wnioh were of a prohibitory char
acter. He went to anulyze in part the
commandments nnd said that the pro
hibitory features were beuelioont.
Many instances in ancient and modern
history were quoted illustrating the
principle of prohibition as found in
laws uf various nations. Alexander
the Great, although he conquered the
world, was himself conquered by
drink. The speech was listened to
with great attention
Attorney W, W. LilhroD proposed a
vote of thanks to the speaker und sev
eral! excellent selections were given by
the league choir, conducted by Peter
NORTH END BRIEFS.
fThe North End oflico of tho PcnANTON
Tkmii'NK is located at tho Lewis Drugstore
and .li'hu's Morn. Wavnn avenno. whore sub-
8iT.ptions, advertisements and communication
will receive prompt attention. (
S. B. Robinson and family, of North
Main uvenuo, have left for their summer
rosidenco at Lake W iuola.
Proposals are invited from builders for
the erection of a stone arch across Leg-
gott's creek, JNonn juam nvouuo.
Hilda Nyhart, the little daughtor of
Stanley Nyhnrt, of Church avenue, who
has been very seriously ill, is now rapidly
The charge of false pretences brought by
Airs. Alary Atkinson ngalnst William Aco
iu the Brisbin shaft "love aud war case,"
was wituurawn yestoniay.
The harmony of Legget Creek was dis
turbed yesterday by a Polauder's cow
which caused Borlous depredations in
Ihonias Cardens garden, (.anion es
corted the cow homo, but tho Polandor
"didn't know her." lie, however,chanired
his ideas aud eventually claimed tho cow
end t-ympathlzed with Cardan upou the
state or bis garuuu; but this am not ap
pear sufficiently substantial to Cardeu.
who wauts something more practical tliuu
sympathy in place of the cow s feeding,
Alderman Horan has i--sued n warrant in
order to value the lunch of the bovino.
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
The will of Julius Wollner. late of Dun
more was yesterday ndniitted to probuto
by Register of Wills Koehlor nnd letters
testamentary wero granted to Julius Well-
nor and Charles F. Wagner.
Richard Llewellyn, of Vandling, was ap.
Doiuted by tho county cominisiouers yes
terday to succeed John iiicHiiuh. nsesor
of voters in the Thirtieth district of Fell
township, who has resigned.
Tho household effects of C. F. Barrow-
cliff, of Park Place, are advertised for sale
by Deputy Sheriff George C. Griswold on
Friday morning, July t, nt 9 o'clock, at
the instance ot Joseph Church.
A summons in assumpsit was issued yos
terdav by Brauniniller ite Co.. piano man
ufacturers, against E. C. Kicker & Co., of
Adams avenue, lor a debt ol J4.7J, with
interest trout July lu, tno uate ot bringing
William Arnont bogan nn action in re
ploviu yesterday to restrain Loab Jones-
Davis from dispoing of his dining room
property upou which sho levied a uistress
warrant through the hnuds of Constable
J. a Miller for rent amouuting to f'.5.
Marriage licenses were yesterday crranted
by Clork'of the Courts J. 11. Thomas to
David Smith, of Carboudale, aud Mary
Ellen Heath, of Fell township; Suuiuel
Kolaski and Mary Matthin.' of Tavlor:
David H. Davis and Sarah Morris, of the
Pryne idinit; Stanley Kaburko, of Green
wood, aud Annie Syoonczcaukn, of Scruu
ton. Mntthew Rogers, of Pine Brook, had a
hearing ou .June BO, his wife being proso
cutor on a charge ot doseriiou aud neg
luctiug his family. Court seuteuced him
to pay tbe monthly sum of tiS toward the
keeping of his family and givo bail in thu
sum of $3UU to comply with tho provisions
of the sentence. Rogers yesterday gave
the requited ball. His neighbor, Jamos
Roche, became bjncisman.
Dr. Fredorick C. Hall, of Ablngton town
slim, a irraduato of the Modlcal Chirurtri.
cal college of Philadelphia, registered as a
practicing physician yesterday in the ollk-e
or jrrotnonotary rryur. or, nail la tne
first physician registering under the law
ol J8U.L which became operative July 1.
IBM, aud provides that before becoming a
practicing physician of tbe statu a certill
cue of examination must bo had from the
medical council. Dr. Hall will open au of
fice in this city.
11 OF SOUTH SIDE
Disgraced Conduct or Special Officer Fred
HE ASSAULTED NEIL RODDY
Tho Officer Was Drunk and with a
Man Named Woodward Was Cre
ating a Disturbanca on Pittston Av
enue ( When Ruddy Entered tho
Crowd Boyer Hit Him in tho Face
with His Club.
Special Constable Fied Boyor. of
Cedar avenue, has bad trouble enough
with the law to teach blin Kssous
onough for two lifotiines, but his cost
ly experience appears not to have been
put to good account. Sunday night be
gave rein to his appetite for drink and
bad taken up a position on Pittston
avenue near the German cemutery,
where ho compelled passers-by to walk
in the middle of tho stroet if they
wanted to keep out of reach of a po
liceman's club which he swung above
his head with furious cesticulutions.
Iloyer aud ucompaniou uumed Wood
ward, who spent the day in his com
pany, nt length began to quarrel and a
large crowd collected around them. C.
J. Ruddy, of the Scrauton Express, on
his way home stopped to see the hght
and edged is way too close to Boyer,
who turned upon Ruddy and struck
him a violent blow with the club
club acrose the face, causing a deep
gusu ou 1 Ho nose und twisting it out ot
simpe. The cheek was nlso injured.
A phvsiciau was summoned nnd n
number of stitches were required to
so w up the wound, iloyer was ar
rested and brought to the South Side
lockup. Yesterday morning at 9
o'clock ho wns given a hearing before
Alderman Storr, who imposed a lino of
8 10 or thirty days iu tlie county jail.
Jjiiyer had no inouey and his relatives
relusud the pay the flue. This
moans that tho belligerent constable
will spend the next mouth in the county
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
fAl! advertising matter, news Horns and now
subsi-ripti'iiis, if left at the following business
planus, will no promptly arteniled to: Zaiig s
barber shop, Westptahl'" storn, 1J. W. Humph
rey's pharm icy and A. J. Mill Jerig's.
Joseph Iteuaid, of Tobyhanna Mills,
visited friondson thir. sldo on Sunday.
George Bakor, ex-mayor ot Montrose, is
visiting his parents on Schimpll's court.
John Blatter, jr., nnd bis two young si,,
tors, returned from Lake Underwood lat.t
Henry Mahoney, of Colorado, who has
bieu visiting South Side friends, loaves for
Mrs. Henry F. Zoiglor, of Cedar avonuo,
has greatly improved in health during thu
last few days.
Mrs. J, 0. Walsh nnd her sister, Miss
Alice Mahou, are visiting friondsln Way
mart for a few weeks.
Tho 7-mouths-old son of Mr. aud Mrs.
Senberg, of South Washington avenue,
died Sunday morning.
Richard Sheridan, of Booch street, is en
tertaining Officer Patrick O'Donnell and
wife of New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. Mott, of Cedar nvonuo,
were mado happy by tho arrival of a little
son yestoruay morning.
The hnndsome oflico building which is
being eroded by Mrs. M. Robinson is rap
idly Hearing completion.
The 4-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs.
James Gannon, of Birney nvcnua, died on
Sunday aud will be buriod today.
Mrs. Michael Sweeney, of Prospect avo-
nue, died on Suuday, nud will bo buried -iu
1'ittston Aveuuo cemetery today.
There will be nn importnnt meeting this
evening ot tho Hilectno City council, Royal
Arcanum, nt its rooms in fruehau's hull,
Rev J. A. Moffitt, curnte at St. John's
church, is spending n tew weons' vacation
at Atlantic City, He left Suuday evening
lor that point.
J. J. Lnughren, student at St. Mary's
college, Daltimoro, was n guest of Kev. Ii,
J. Melley ovor Suuday. He is staying with
menus on the bourn MUe.
Mrs. John Armhurst, of Cedar avonuo.
who has been ill for some time from the
effect" of the grip, will speud a few weeks
with frieuds at Waverly.
The Patriotic Order Sons of America
held a regular mooting nnd installation uf
officers last night ut Freuhan's hall ou
Cedar avenue. Tho officers for the eusu-
ing term were installed by Simon Lauor,
The funeral of Frod Reidenbach, of
Stone avenue, will take place today. The
Patiiotio Order Sons of America, headed
by their drum corps, will participate.
Service will begin at 2 p. ru. iu the house
of his mother, una tne remains will after
ward bo interred nt Pittston Avenue cem
etery. At the home of J. J. Burke, of 517 Palm
street, a party of friends visited last niirht.
In tho party wero Samuel Jones, Edward
'laylor, and George Reedy, of Peekvillu;
J nines Reedy, Josoph Reedy, Patrick
Clarey. Kooert juc.nenn, James Hell, and
Charles Reedy, of Hyde Park. Refresh
ments wero serviu. Vocal und instru
mental music mailo tho hours pass quickly.
THE LAND IS FENCED OFF.
Teams Cannot Now Fans Over Lanl
Claimed bv D., L. & W. Co.
Along Lackawanna avenue are great
piles of vitrified brick that will be
used iu paving between the tracks.
The bricks were being hauled from
cars in the rear of the Weston mill
The wugons passed over land tho Dela
ware, Lackawnuna ana Western com
pany Claims to own, and during the
afternoon a fence was put up between
the Delaware, Lackawnuna und West'
ern tracks and the old Stoweva' Packing
house, which pievinUJ teams from
continuing to travel ou that land.
AMONG THE POLITICIANS.
Un to date Billy Craig bns not defiuitelv
declared whether bis senatorial boom is
or is not a reality.
C. P. O'Malley is making nn Hggressivo
fight for thu itepublican nomination for
legislature lu the A ourtn district,
Mnrtin McDonough, of-. Mlnooka. who
was twice a candidatooa the Democratic
ticket for prothonotary ot Lackawanna
county und (anions throughout tho county
as a leadiug figure iu tho party ot free
trado and free silver, bus buckled ou his
armor again and will strive for the nomi
nation for prothonotnry at tlie next Demo
cratic county Convention. Mr. McDonoUirh
has met with two defeats In his political
pathway. These reverses do not nppor to
have disheartened him aud he insists that
ho will come out of tho convention us tho
candidate for prothonotary nnd will
emerge wirh Hying colors lroin tho smoke
or battle ou .November o.
E. B. Hnrdenbergb, the Republican can
didato for senator in the Wayne-Susquehanna
diitrict, bus a walk over. Tho
Mllford dispatch, n Btaunch Domocrntio
paper, thus speaks of his caudida"y:
"lion, ii 11. liaruouuergu, or uonosUale,
will be the next senator irom tbe dis
trict composed of Wayne aud Susauo-
hauua. unless all signs fail. He was
unanimously nominated for the position
by the Itepublican convention, which as
sembled at Moutroso on the ISth inst. The
district is naturally Itepublican and Mr.
Harder beruh. who is a popular politician
and gentloman, will command the uuitod
support ot his party. If a Republican must
represent the district wo shall bo pleased
to see bcuntor Uardoubergh the successful
SENT TO THE PENITENTIARY.
Additions Made to the Lackawanna
Colony During the Year That
Ended with June Term.
Tbe year of criminal court which
cloied with the June term of quarter
sessious wns an extremely busy one,
and it required the best efforts of the
judges und the district attorney, with
t he assistance of a special term of
court, to keep the culeudttr from be
coming excessively long.
During the year a number of prison
ers have been sent to to the Eastern
penitentiary to serve terms of im
prlsouruent, others were iucarcoratod
iu the county j.ul, while others es
caped the just punishment their of
One of the most interesting trials of
the year wus that of Peter Homebach
charged with burning the Elm Park
oliureb. He was convicted und is uow
serving a ten years' sentence in the
penitentiary. Ou the sumo day, Oot.
21, Augustiuo Nolli receirud a fifteen
years sentence for the murder of one of
his countrymen named Prignnuo at
Dunuiore. Duruey McMahou was on
the same day sentonoed to two years
imprisonment. He pleaded guilty to
manslaughter in causing the death of
his wife ut Providence in March pre
A week previous John Merrigan. the
Providence iirebug, was sontenced to
two yours imprisoumeut. Joseph
Julge, convicted of manslaughter, was
on April 23 sent to the nenilentiary for
six years und on Jan. 27 David War
den, who pleaded guilty to u charge of
manslaughter, received a sentence of
six years and six ino.iths.
John McGowan aud James Loughhn
are spending three years nt Philadel
phia for robbing Adam behalf, and Irn
Fox is speii .'itig the same Jenirti: of
time at the suuu resort for ravishing u
Utile girl, Claronci Oilerhout is do
ing a fifteen month's term for buigluiy
and Michael larly, of Dnnmore, one if
twenty months for rnbbory.
E ARE glad to see
there are some who
appreciate he 3 31
Bargains. That is
what we are crivine you in
At actual costDinner
Sots frcm $7.98 up.
Toilet Sots all prices.
Silverware, Cut Glass, &c
WeicM & Millar
116 Wyoming Ave.
The Sick to Receive Medical
Services FREE OF
FIRST MONTH'S SEHVICF.S FREK
FOR ALIj DISEASES AND AlAj
The creat Enirllsh .Stair of riivsinians. Th
M"ST UISTINUI'NUUD BIMCt'iALISTS
ON TI1K rONTlXHNT T 10 I'rns c li-nt and
Chief UiagiiDStHau can ho found daily iu
tno pnrior at ;uo
1:2 und 131 PENN AVENUE. Thny eomo
recount! -mlKci ny royalty und tno llrst pnyi
Huns of Enrulm. Thov treat nil l)in.'iiMi.q
Kunturus oiu-ed itv a now m-oeoss. A Pi'Si-
UVK cure cuarantuod hi all Hl-XUAL Dili-
EAEo und V uakuosses ot
by our new treatment l'ationts fronted b
i:"u ri?Mjitjiiutiin.Tt. iiuu iii'jiiiuiiim-, wiiii lull (
rections sent by enprrss. liut. hon po
bio, a persunal enisu taTioii i.s vrel"rrcd.
uimikui lili iiJun mi u ii.-ni m au J)I ivaey,
N. Tl. Tin e Specialists can cure all went
ns WF.LLas all lone-st, 'Hiding chrnnic,dinioult.
and ohicnro i-ases that ha u lieon lii'lectod
or unskillfully treated Calls niiidn by ap
linintmont and patii-nts treated at th 'ii-homos
wbon desiroiL Honrs, U to 4 aud 7 to 8 'M
For Ten Days
only to introduce
our NEW brand of
$4.00 PSR BARREL
$1.00 PER SACK
47 LACKAWANNA AVE.
'.n at Present tlie Mmt Popnlor aud Preferred by
Wararooms: Oppotlla Columbus Honumsnt,
lOO Wnehlngton Av. Gcranton.Pt.
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
Cu:-om Tailors and Clothiers,
area! Clearing Sale
fur rip an I ii if
t i-4 f J f.'.-J f-i ii H Ivl iiV 1
308 Lateanna Ave,
iC M If
r 50 dozou ileu's Fait U1j,(j!c Kjso, rciil;tr iirioa, 25a.
H TO CL03S, 2 for 25c.
i: 10 dozen Men's Balbriggiva Shirts, were 50c.
'& TO CL03E 33c.
!5 10 dozen Men's Fine Tcrcale Shirt3, sightly soil el, wero $1.25,
t-i.5j, tfi.. j. vn
7 dozen Ladies' Fine Slurt WaisLs, Yoka Back, in Fink and
Blue, were $2.25 FOR $1.25. H
50 dozen All-Linon D.i;n:uk Towels, sizo 21 hy -W, knotted ! .
fringe, were 25c. pQj 15 :j
It's a Great Shock
to tho folks who nr clsiminft they undersell
ill others to And that with iut the loast fuss
or bluster we am xiviiiR custom rs th bou.
slit of suc h opportnullies as t'icso.
A Strlotlv Hlitli finido I.i;lit-wel6htf
tVhl, lOfit pntloru, f. r8110 cash.
18!)3 Att-rn, S1SO Whoel, for 8T.V
1804 pattern, HOO Wheel, for 85 h
thobO prlcog ma ko tho business at our storo.
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
Ii to Correct! I
AND JUST THE
THING FOR THIS
EL DIAMOND PRIZES.
This circuit includes Vash
ington, Denver, Chicago,
Philadelphia, New York,
SCR ANTON'S DAY,
sr 17, 1894
308 Lackawanna Ave,
Cinsa fo- k3 75c. 93c.
DR. EE. SHIMB320,
Tbo Specialist on tbo E7e. lleadacbes and Ner
vonsnixs relieved. Latest and Improved Htyle of
Eyeglusses and Spoctaclo! at th Lowe-t PriC3s.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for $3.
305 Sl'RlCE ST., Opp. Old Post Office,
tl. A. HULBERT'S
City Musio Store,
DECKER nitOTIIEB3 11
CItAN.CH & BACH tdJ
WIVJLiXZ it UAL'Eit
aMacalarn atockst InMu
Bill 8 1 OA Tj BlEUCHANOISIi
uuma EZU, Eld.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLES AA'D SrOKTINO
i Victor, Ocndron, EoHpso, Lovoll. Diamond
I and Other Whwla.
F OOFtlnnlnit and soldortns nil flona away
with by the nso of 1IAKTMAN'8 i AT
ENT PAIN T, which coiisists of hiKredi. utl
well-known to all It ran bo applied to tin,
ralvanized t'n, sheet Iron r iofs, also to brick
ilwellinirs, whieh wdl prevent aluolutolv auy
erumliKn.:, praekiuar or breakin of the
brick, it wid outlast tir.iiitiK ol any kind by
many years.and it's cost dnps not exceed oun
fifth tbatof the cost of tlnnintf. Is sold by
tlie Job or pnnnd. Cmnracts tamu by
AMIOMO UAiil.UANN, 67 ijiroh St
Another Advocate of
DBS. nKNWOOU & WAnDELI,:
GKNTLKMKN-It aflorda m grent
pleanirei to atatn thnt jour new proc4
of rxtracMii .itU wns n Nrrnnd luoeow la
my crsi, and I heartily recommend it 11
all. I Hlneoroly iuie that othei wij
teat Its merits.
CAF'I. 8. It. 11KVAN r, Sormton, Pal
Henwood k Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ava
. H tl0Pfww ft Plst-. All workauaa
autaa-1 Orat-alaas in vwr Baxticulm,