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THE SCTiANTON TEIBUXE SATURDAY .MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1894.
134 Wyoming Aye.
We will show you what
, you want.
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALK TO
' THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mil Co,
LEVARI! OF COUNTERFEITS J
THE EFW1HME POPIJUR
HAVE THE IMITUIS
G.. B. & Co.,
ffpnrlnt'i'l "n Eertto G'tia.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
Dr. H. B. WARE
PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
406 Spruca Street.
To the Republican Party of Lacka
I hereby announce that I Will be a
candidate for the office of recorder of
deeds of Lackawanna county before
the next Republican convention.
H. L. HALSTEAD.
LETTERS FROMTHE PEOPLE
Under this heading short letters of Interest
will lie published when accompanied, for pub
lication, by the writer's name. ThkTuihunb
will not bo hem responsible for opinions here
MR. ViNOUNG DEFENDED,.
Editor of TnE TniBUNB:
Di ur Hr: A copy of the Scranton Times
of An?. 7 ha ju.t teen received, and I was
greatly amns. d nt an nrticle on the last
page on "lhe Postnfllce Thief," in which
there is almost a column of abuse for Post
master F. II. Vandling.
The Times claims to bo '-the only Demo.
cratic daily in Lackawanna county. From
a perusal of this article and from an in
specilon of the paper in general, I confess
tunc my congratulations are one to rour
county. A county that has uo Democrat ic
daily newspaper ig certainly greatly blest.
and when it is not inflicted l.y more than
one such pa pur per diem it is entitled to a
considerable ueyr-e of felicita:iou.
There are parts of the attnuk on Mr.
Vandling, or which, being a nou-reideut
I know nothing as to the truth; bnt there
are other statements so absurdly false that
I shall steem it a favor if you allow me
(pace to let the public know It and thus
Know how much dependence may be
pUxed upon the Postoflice reports in the
paper or a man, wn, 1 understand, was
one of the "very hungry and very thirsty"
crowd that yearned lor appointments
about a year ago, but were disappointed
wnen tne patronage was divided: round.
The Times nrticle declares that when
the robbery as discovered, Mr. Vandling
was "up at Lake Henry with a party of
convivial frlend," with whom, it con.
Unties, "he has been most
the time since his anDolntment." "eel
ebrating his appointment, fixing up slates,"
Now the fact is that I was in Scranton
a week- with my brother-in-law and his
Wife and oneot their children and thrnnish
Air. Vaudliug's kindness we. nrcnninani-d
by a lady cou.-in of his, were entertained
last t rmay and Baturdav at Lake Hani-v.
My brother-in-law and myself are staunch
.Republicans, both ladies have Remihlican
nympatbies,and.theboy is being trained up
iu tun uouuuai way ue anouia go and wblcn
I hope he will not depait from when he
reaches the voting age.
The convivial part of our enrlno
there was confined to beverage i like coffee
ana waier, wmcu cueer out uo not inebri
ate; there could have been no celebrating
nor slate fixing, that is evident.
I kuow that Air. Va .dling is a Democrat
anu l am sorry mat is so: he is a fine ri
low and would make Bnch an excellent Re
publican, you know, but he beat the
malicious sorehead in tne raoe for post
master; the sorehead d es not miss a
chance to rail at him; and any decent na
per should be g ad to ex pose the mendacity
of which said sorehead is guilty.
I read The Tribune every morning
While in Scranton, and I feel sure that It
w ill accord Mr. Vandling the benefit of mv
denial of some uf the bat. slanders in the
Times. J. Joseph .Lawrence,
Yonkers, N. Aug. 9.
Eucklen'e Arnloa Salva.
The best salve in the world for Cats
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Bait Kheum. Fever
bores, 'letter, (.happen nanus, miDiains,
Corns and all Hlriu Eruntlons. and Dosl.
tively (.'Tee Piles, or no pay required. It
it guaranteed to nive perfect satisfaction
cr money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
Dr. ' Gibbons,
r, f Van. Ta.Ii nt m ntl1 U- In Vi t. Q-nnlnn
V.A, V,H V J nil, UU 114 r HU.VM
office, 441 Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day from 8 in the morning until 9 in the
I Fee lo Dyspepsia
BEST TROTTING YET
Three Heats Were Required to Decide Each
OUTSIDERS WERE THE WINNERS
The Track Dusty and a Trifle Slow,
but the Finishes Were Speedy and
Exciting C. M. Sanderson's Billy
the Only Winning Favorite Keeley
Surprises the Talent by Beating
Magnolia Abigail Also a Winner.
There was the usual attendance nt
yesterday's races of the Gentletneu
Drivers. Fonr events ware trotted an I
ach required three heats to find th
winner. The truck will triflidus'y
and slow, excepting possibly in the 3 5J
race, In wi ich 'he heats were worked
offinlKH. l.lOJand 1.17.
The feature of tile sport was the un
certainty in selecting the winners.
Fanny Blair and John Hannon ap
peared to be the favorites in the second
race, bat the first horse tamed tip in
Mr. Crawford's gray pacer CoX'y,
Iriven by W. G. Parke. Duke carne I
the hopes of the majority la the 2 50
I s' and gave his admirers a trot lor
tbeir coutt euoi, but Dr Hauser's Ab-
ih captured the list two ileitis, al
though she was a rank outsider. Mag
nolia was looked upon to win the last
vnt in a walk, bnt N-t pulled down
'lw first beat and Keeley captured the
tbor two lieutsi after bmng reminded
iy Magnolia that he had been in u race.
Uncertainty aud sev- rsl close nuisties
made the sport snore exciting than at
any of the previous meetings, which,
added to th fact that tne last nc wits
over at 5 35 o'clock, sent the crowd
home well snUthd.
W. H. Garh-urt sn Trllly Way an
i .tuition mile in 2 204. wnicb would
have bren three seconds bett-r if the
in ire had not broken in the seeond
THE RACES SUMMARIZED.
Following are the smuin tries:
Frank M-HftVld. starter: E. J.Giodwin.
timer, Louis Bunnell aud J. V. Hutchin-
Fiist race 4 00 class--
Hilly, b g., C. M. Sanderson 2 11
Nellie, g. m., John Boore 18 8
Harry B, b.g., J. A. Swayzs 3 2 3
rea, D. , Al. XLtUUD O 4 4
irorgle SV. b.m, John Fritz... ... 4 6 S
Flai-T, a.m., Job a T. Richards... 6 6 0
Time, 1.81X, 1.23, 1.29.
Second rae -JUKI class
Cony, f i., W. O. Parlte t 1 1
Fanny blair, b.m., a M. Shelly.. 13 2
John Hauuon, b g., CM. Sanderson 2 2 4
Frauk 11, br.g., F. U. Hazzard 4 4 3
Barou Lass, br.m., Vf. jermyn.... 6 5 S
jiunioriuo wood, Drs .j. jermyn, o
Time, lib, i.is, i.ia$.
Third race 2.50 clai
AbBiiail. br. m Dr. J. W. Houser. 3 1 1
IJuke. bl. g.. U T. Payne 2 2 2
John. b. g., Dr. Q. E. Hill 14 4
Daisy, b. iu., C. 8. Seamaus 4 3 3
Tune, 1.10X, l.lUli, 1.17.
Fourth race .40 class
Keeley, b. g W. Jartnyn 4 11
Magnolia, bl. m., Dr. J. L. Wenti. 2 2 2
Net, b. m.. James Mtars 14 8
Jack, b. g., Dr. G. E. Hill 3 3 4
Time, 1.10. 1.17W, 1.15.
Keeley owned by G. M. Hallstead: Net
owueu oy i. u. trawioru.
The opening ra reqaird no great
ffurt by Billy. He oatclusssd bis fi Id
and will appear in speedier company
Fanny Blair and John Hannon were
the most prominent candidates to win
the first beat or the 3:UU race. John
Hannon broke at the bead of the stretch
and lost to the mare by a length. The
same horses had it out in the second
heat, but both broke a few lengths from
the wire and Loxjy was placed first,
Fanny Blair bad the worst of the Inst
start, but took second from John Han
non on the last turn and wni only a
half-length from Loxey at the timsu.
DL'KE STILL IMPKOVINQ.
Abigail was third on the first turn
of the first heat in the 2 50 race and
fonr lengths behind Duke, whom she
caught in the stretcu. Both, made a
grand drive for second position which
Duke got by a bead John won the
beat handily, but was not a figure in
the next two beats won by Abagail
from Duke, who was always within
Net's good form lasted jast lontr
enough to win thu first heat of the 2 40
race, after which Mr. Mean could not
keep ber in hand. Magnolia gave
Keeley a severe chase in the two laat
heats, bat broke in the stretch both
Go to FoynMle, Excursion Bates One
New York. Ontario and Western rail
road will run excursions Wed nesday and
Saturday. Trniu leaves scranton b.30 a.
m., returning leaves royntelle 4.50 p. m,
Andrsw Manyski Ralievtd of His Watch
on Main Avenue.
Andrew Manyaki was wavlald by
two men at 2 o'clock yesterday morn
ing at Main avenue and Oik street anil
relieved of his watch. Tne Polander
was returning home when the tallest of
the man pnt his arms around his neck
in a most loving manner aud appeared
intensely anxious to know the precise
state or bis bealtb.
Andrew conld not understand this
sudden outburst of affection from a
stranger until he found his watch miss
ing and then gave the two footp la the
full benefit of a vocal solo upon the
one word "police." Fortuiulely Lieu
tenant Spellman heard his cries and
ran down and held the two fellows un
til Offieer Reese Jones heard his call
when the two men were locked up
The watcb howaver was not found
upon tbem and Lieutenant Spellman
returned to the place of arrest and
with the. use of a dark lantern found th
watcb In ou adjoining garden where it
bad beea thrown by the thief.
Yesterday at polic court the prison
eri gave their names as Joseph Knight
and Thomas Riley and the prosecutor
was registered as Andrew Manyski.
Alderman Fitzsimmoas, after bearing
the story, decided to bold all three for
conrt, Knight and Riley to answer the
charge of highway robbery and Miny
ski to appear as a witness. Kulght
gave bail In the sum of $500, Riley $200
and the Poland. $200.
AGAINST SUNDAY TIPPLING.
Holss-ln-lhf.-Wall Will Bs Watohsd To
morrow. Slots the Shebeen question bai been
dealt with la The Tribune and an
evening contemporary, general opinion
Indicates a less astir trade in the
speak-easles. Some supporters of the
movement will, bowever, take an in
terest in the question tomorrow, and
certain placet where a good Sunday
business it generally tarried on, will
be watebed with tba intention of asoer
talnlog bow tbt Yarioui placet affot
boys of tender ages.
Tbt interests el tbt taletokttptr are
directly assailed andt it regrettable
that they lack inffioitot eusrgy or
courage to take up this qatstioo once
more. At one time they ware sazC'iss
ful in clearing the second ward of
these immoral duns and with a littl
organization they could succeed otice
more, lhe publia are aikiug why the
hotelkeepurs are holding aloof and tbeir
reply would be of interest.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
The annual ball of the Eureka Base Ball
team was held on Thursday night at th
armory, where a large and r. spectable
company filled the spacious room.
The chorus of the Methodist F.iil-coiiftl
church will have a day's outing at Lake
ir iiioia next i ueiuay.
Miss Anna Mullev is spendimi her vaca
tion at Block Islaud.
Miss Elija Guest, of the Globe Ware
house, is spending two weeks' vacation at
Mrs. Cummimrs. of Jacksonville. Fla..
visited Patrick J. Kenny, Delaware, Lack
awanna aud Western crossing, yesterduy.
A hearty iuvitation is exte ided to all
friends of the temperance movemcut to
attend the meetiug tomorrow morning, at
the Welsh Uongregutioual church.
Services will be held tomorrow evening
at the Puritan L'ongreu'aiionnl church.
when the Kev. U. A. livens wl.l preach.
The morning services will not be held ow
ing to the Sunday observance movemout
Richard O. Llovd and Evan J. Edwards
and lady friends drove to Lake Wiuola
Mrs. A. E. Cheuowetb, Wayne avenue,
is visiting friends at Duryea.
The case of William Bartuuiss against
Thomas Alexander c:imo before Alderman
Horau last night. Alextndor struck the
prosecutor ou the arm with a sprig while
at work in the .Varviue ehaft. The alder
man advi-ed them to make an amicable
settlement, and the go d advice was acted
upon, the iloleuutiiit payiug costs.
Dr. Donne left today for Philadelphia
upon piofcssioual business.
Th.cm.as Reess Keriou-ly Iijurcd by a
Thnmis Reese, a youiic man residing
with bis uncle, Thomas D Davieg, on
North Bromley avenue, was serioualy
inured at a .clock yesterduy uiornlnu'
in the Diamond mine by being kickul
by a male.
R-es was workinar on a cir in front
of which the imiuinl stood, Suddenly
it dealt him a vicious kick in thu al
domn, aendiiiR him reeling. He waa
removed to his heme. Ihis is the
third young mm th it has suffered in
jury at the hands, or rather th feet, of
this mule and it will probably be killed.
LITTLE WEST SlOt NdWS NOTES.
James Gradr, of this side, has returned
from a trip to Chicago.
William R. Williams, of Newark, N. Y..
is visiting friends on Norih Hyde Park
B'uckbprries for canning today and till
next week at Mason's.
Miss Anna Peters, of the Sloan, is visit
ing friends on thU fide.
The Sloan and Central mines will run an
ixcursion to Mouutnin Perk ti.is morninc;:
tlio Dodge exclusion leaViS today at 8.o0
o'clock for Lake Ariol.
Mis Anna Oiifliihs. of Laudis sttcet.
will epend her vacation at Lake Idle-
Hammocks and Baskets, largest assort
ment at Mason's.
Mrs. Th mas Samuel, of Avenue A, is at
South Gibson on a visit.
Mr. aud Mrs. B. F. Stone, of Archbald
street, will leave tomorrow for Maustield.
Sum McKeever, of Jackson street, will
leave today for Harvey's lake on a week's
Mrs. Whitfield Jones, of Jackson street,
received a fracture of her right le Thurs
day, while de-cending a flight i f stairs.
She was carried to her room and Dr.
George B. Reynolds was summoned and
set the bone. She is now resting ea-ily.
Cooked Ham aud Lunch Meats at
Mrs. James Roberts and Miss Irene
Roberts, of North Rebecca avenue, are
visiting at Philadelphia.
Mrs. Ben. Evans, of Twelfth street,
left today for Philadelphia to spend a
w ek with friends.
Elegantly framed pictures are being sold
for half price of frame. Chicago Art Co.,
127 Penn avenue.
Mrs. James W. Davies, of Twelfth
street, will leave Monday to spend a week
with friendi. at Wilkes-Barre.
Hop Tonic, Pale Ale, non-alcoholic, 1 1
per dozen at Mason's.
SAYS SHE WAS SLANDERED.
Mrs; Eotruth Therefore Brought Suit
Against Mihiel Qllgalloc.
Mrs. Jennie M. Estruth, of Arch
bald, declares that Miohael Gilg illon,
of the Kama place, has grieviously slan
dered ber and she nan therefore bronght
soil in the sum of $5,000 against Mr.
Qiletillou for damage done to ber repu
tation. The fair plaintiff alleges that on
August 5 in the presence of many per
sons Gilgallon declared that she had
been guilty of acts in ibe past which
would lead the publio, to believe thai
she was an unchaste woman.
These statements, she Jolares, were
wholly untrne. i
CFFXEr. OFF DUTY.
He Ma7 r.H.'s i from His Position on
tht Ptllo Foiot.
Officer Harry Haag has retired from
active police work for au indefinite
It is probable that he will resign
He has been on the force for about two
years and was always rated as au ef
Fcrsn ton's Business Interests. .
Tiik Thidune will soon publish a cure
fully compiled aud classilled list of the
leadiug wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
aud vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views oi our pnbiic build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits ot leauiuz cuiznus, no
eimilar work has ever given an equal rop
resentation of Bcranton's many indus
tries. It will be au invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement or tne city, utie circti
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to thee concerned us well ns the city
at large. Representatives or i ns Thibu.wb
Will rail Upon THOSK WHOSK NAMES
are dkbikeo in this edition aud explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please have notice at
Musie B'xe Exclusively.
Best made. Play any (iedred number of
times, uautscbl & Sons., mauuiacturera,
JU3U chestnut stroet. rniinucipnia. won
derful orchestral orgaus, only $3 and $10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re-
tinirefl ana Itimroved wir.ll new tunei.
$40,000 Fchool House No 27.
E, L. Walter, architect, bids to be opened
this mouth, to be mult on Columbia avenue.
Lots for sale on this aveuue at low prices
for a brief period.
Building Material f r ?ol.
Inquire at Conrad Schroeder't office,
Restful to tired toilers, bread made
from Pillebury't Best.
Rate of Taxation for City and School Pur
VALUE AND TAX BOTH INCREASE
Figures Showing Where We Get Our
Taxes From The Ratefor City Pur
poses Will Be Thirteen and Six
Tenths Mills and for School Pur
poses, Ten Mills Two Thousand
and Fifty-Nine Dogs Assessed.
City Clerk Lavelle yesterday com
pleted his computations on the city
and school tax levy and announces th u
the tax rBte this year will be 13 0
uiills for eity purposes; and 10 mills
for school. L ist vein' the assessment
was 12J mills for city and 10 for school.
The iume.e in the r ite is owing to the
I uildiuir of the bridges.
The total valuation for city purpose
is as follows: Occupation, $1 141.410;
real and p ronal prope-riv, $18 118,749;
total, $10,293 180. There are 19,411
persons woo .pay $1 apiece for keeping
their jobs, in other words an occupi
tion tax. Docs that are assessed $1
npiece number 2 848 and those that
cost their owners $1.50 a head nnmber
I ut 11. The nnjouut of property as-""fl-aide
for city anil city special taxes is
$?G 525 754 and for suhool purposes
$J0,234 240 worth of property is tax ihle.
Tne ciiy valuation H $300,090 higher
than it was laat yjar.
Appended is a tabid showing assess
able value in each ward:
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MR. MULLEN INTERS A DENIAL.
Says lb at His Speech Was Not an
Putue Miiilun nf lUinnnlra. onlled at
The Tribune ' offiee yesterday and
stated that the published accounts of
the citizens meeting at juinooaa it
week ago to protest agaiast the erec
tion of a new school house at Mooeio
had clone him an injustice.
Tie denied that ills flneecb had been
an "amusing medley," as was stated,
and further denied that he bud ar
raigned companies or corporations. He
simply stated bis views ou the school
qti stions and believes that he did that
clearly and lucidly.
COLONEL MONItS POST.
It Will Attend Reunion of One and
Forty-Third at Montrose.
Colonel Monies post of the Grand
Army of the 11 .public, ot this city, has
accepted tne iuvitation of the One
Haudr-d and Forty-Third regiment of
Pennsylvania Volunteers to be present
at its reunion at Montrose on Sept. 4
The Susquehanna County Veterans'
association will meet with the sur
vivors of the One Hundred and Forty
Third, and the eveut promises to be a
most memorable oue in Grand Army
WILL CELEBRATE THE OPENING.
New Boulevard Will be Ready on Sep
The new boulevard to Elmhurst will,
it is expected, be thrown open to pub
lic travel on Sspteraher 1.
Colonel Scboonmaker stated yester
day that it is the iutention of the own
ers ot the boul-vard to have a grand
celebration on the opening day. What
kind ot a eelebratiou it will be has not
bi-cn decided np in as yt.
A Syrian to Fpeikin St. Luke' Church
Dr. John Saadi, interpreter during the
Nile expedition for the relief of General
Gordon in the Sondnn, of Africa, will speak
at St. Luke's Episcopal church on Sunday
evening. This is his first visits to this
country. Ilis address will be on "llohum.
n eilaui-m aud the Gordon Relief Expedi
Hon." A cordial invitation is extended to
the public generally to hear him. The ser
vice Is at 1 o clock.
To the Sea Shore Via the Lshlgh Valley
Special excursion to Atlantic City via
Lhigh Valley railroad on Aug. 15.
Extremely low rates from all stations.
Tickets good for ten (lavs. Apply to agents
for tickets, time of train, Pullman reser
Pure water secures good health. T. F,
Leonard, at 605 Lackawanna avenue, has
f r sale four styles of stone water filters
that are sold at prlceB within reach of all.
aud aro us easily cleaned and taken care of
ns a water pail, and will last for years.
The filter is all stone, nothing to rust, cor
rode or become foul and will fitter from
four to twelve gallons per day. Drop in
anu see them.
Warded Off DI.eaee.
"I have ned several bottles of Hood's
Sar-arpnrilla and found it to be all that it
is recommended. It lias warded off dis
eases from several members of the family."
Mary A. leaker, uiinnurst, ra.
Moon's Pll.t.a cures sick headache,
TO GET ONE.
a, ti.i H t.
US Lacks, Ave.
'j. I ii - -i c - -1 ' S -1 1-r g - M
i , I ' - v. - m i t'a 1; x k r S 5
IEN DOLLARS FOR FAST DRIVING.
Robert Davis Gives Himself TJp and
Settles for His Miad.mianor.
Robert Duvies, for whom a warrant
was issaed about tea days ago for fust
driving on Washington avenue, and
who could not be fount1 by the police
officers, yesterday went t efore Al ler
man Fuller and after plpadintrguilty
was sentenced to a fine of $10 which be
A number of other arrests tor fast
driving on this thoroughfare are to be
made, to Captaiu K lwards statet.
MONDAY'S GRiAT EXCURSION.
Thousands Will ViH Mountain Park on
There is every reason to believe that
many thousand persons will go to
Mountain park ou Monday on the ex
cursion of the congregation of St.
For weeks past energetic committees
have been completing arrangements
for this onting, which will be one of
the most enjoyable of the season.
There will be music, games and every
thing that will tend to interest aud
amnse the mnltitnde.
COLLISION T PROVIDENCE.
It Has Resulted la Dr. Donna Suing
Jesse A. Brady.
Dr. W. A. Doune, of the North End,
ves'er iay begun an action to recover
$500 damages from Jesse A Brady. ,
Ii is alleged in the declaration that
on July 19 Briuly so oureleisly and neg
lig ntly drove a horse and c irriag)
ilong West Market street that it col
lided with the cirriage of the plaintiff,
wrecking the) latter aud badly injuring
E ASTM A N, Francis E., daughter of
Datiiel Eas' man, of 4J1 Birch atreot. It)
years and 0 mouths. Interment at No.
S cemetery. Services Sunday at 2.30 p.
m. at St. .Mary's church.
Import Samples m8an 20
per cent, less than import
No two pieces alike.
Flower Vases, Jarden-
ieres, Plates, Chocolate and
Tea Pots, &c.
To secure REAL BAR
GAINS, come at once.
WEIGHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
If a Tornado
It would causa little more
surprise to our citizens than
SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, remember there
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
Our line of Groceries is
complete and you can
rely on them being the
If you want a delicious,
high-flavored TEA, try
our New Crop JAPAN
for 50c; worth 75c.
4.7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
The Finest In the City.
The latest Improved fur
nlshinRS and apparatus for
keeping meat, butter and eggs. -
2S Wyoming Ave.
You Meed 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
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 Lacka. Ave.
CLEAMG SALE I
I li Soz.
To be closed
CAPS, worth from 39c.
be closed out at
I At less than HALF VALUE and other a
wi j ' ma
a goods in proportion.
WILL EUY A
It's a Great Shock
fothe folks who are e1aimln they undersell
111 others to find that without the least fuss
or hlutnr we are Kivinu custom ra the beu
Ititof sue.h opportunities as t icse.
A Mricilv High Grade IiluM-welgh t
(Vheel, 18U1 pattern, f. rSHO cash.
1S!I pattern, S150 Wtieel, for 75.
181)4 pattern, 100 Wheel, tor 8S easti
fhuse prices make the business at our store.'
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
Haloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their office to their
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TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8081
.' re at rreienl tba Most Pepottr an rrofsmd by
Wsrerooms : Opposite Colambus Ilonumeat,
.33 Washington Aw. Scranton.Pa.
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put at LESS than
to $1.25, will
By DR. DR. SHIMBERG,
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Ner
vonsness relieved. Latest and Improved Style of
Eyeglasses and Spectaoles at the Lowest Prices.
Best Artificial Eyes inserted for to.
305 SFltUCK ST., Opp. Old Post Office.
K. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
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DECKKU BROTHERS An
ILIULNICH & BAOia,
tUsoa krge ttoek at finaVeUut)
MU8I0, UXO, KTO.
Another Advocate of
OltS. HENWOOD & WARDELL:
GKNTLE.MlON-It atTnrds me creat
pleasure to state that yoar new proes4
of eztraetlng teeth was a grand success Is
my ease, and I heartily recommend It t
all. I sincerely hope that others will
tost Its merits.
CAPT. 8. K. HUVANr, Soranton, Pa,
Henwood k Wardell,
816 Lackawanna Ave.
Will on and after Mav 21 make a great red no
tloa In the prices of plates. AU work guar
autoei first-class In every particular,
A. W. JURISCH 1
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLKS AND SPORTING
Victor, Gendron, Eclipse, IiOvelL Plamoaa
and Other Wbeela.
ROOV ttnntne and soldering all clone away
with by the nse of HAHTMAN'8 HAT
KNT PAINT, which consists of tusredl nt
well-known to all It can be applied to tin,
galvanised tin, sheet iron roofs, also to briok
awellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling-, cracking or breaking of th
brick. It will outlast tinning ot any kind by
many years,and it's cost does not exceed one
fifth that ot i he cost of tinning. Is sold bf
the job or pound. Contracts taken by
ANXOMU HAUIMAMN, M7 Birch 81
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