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TOB, SCItANTON TltlBUNE-TniTKHDAT MOHKEfG. AUGUST 16, 1894.
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KCBANTON. AUGUST 10. I8d4.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
DANIEL TL HASTINGS,
01' CKM i.lL
for Lieutenant Governor:
tor Auditor General:
A3I0S H. MYLIS,
For Secretary of Hernial Affairst
JAUK3 W. LATTA,
CALUSIIA A. 11 BOW,
GEOKOE P. nUFP,
Election Time, Nov. a
Senatok Quay Isu't worrying over
the house's four "pop gun" tariff bills,
but will stay at his post of duty until
the session ends. Senator Quay, it
muy be worth while to remark, is no
tin soldier in politics.
One Ray of Promise.
With a view to extracting whatever
of sunshine may be squeezed from the
gloomy situation at Washington, we
venture to suggest as one ultimate
benefit that no future president will
soon attempt to imitate Grover Cleve
land's interference with the constitu
tional prerogative of an American con
gress by dictating to either branch of
that body, through the thin artifice of
personal communications, what it may
and what it may not do. It was worth
much to this nation to have the pres
ent intermeddling executive taught a
properconceptiou of his duty, albeit in
the teaching the business interests of
thecountry were put to grievous alllic
tion. The one weakness which many
Etudents have professed to discern in
our constitution is directly in Jlno
with the arrogant assumption of au
thority for which Mr. Cleveland has
been so soundly rebuked by his own
party. "It is only a question of time,"
wrote one of these European critics,
"when the ambitions of an execu
tive clothed with such extraordinary
authority and opportunity as are
Vested in the American president will
lead to the establishment of a despotism
in which, under whatever name he
may choose to mask his imperialism,
the America j chief magistrate will be
essentially an emperor." Yet at no
prior time'.n the history of our repub
lic has the likelihood of one man suc
cessfully leveling the limitations of tho
president's office seemed less than it is
today; a fact for which we must partly
thank Mr. Cleveland's own conceit and
tb Democratic senate's superior politi
"Tariff controversy," said the New
York Tribune on the day before tho
tariff settlement was reached, and con
sequently before the full measure of
this rebuke had become known, "is
unsettling enough even when there are
two legislative houses to be' brought
into harmonious relations; but confu
sion becomes worse confounded when
the president, instead of remaining in
the background, interposes his vanity,
obstinacy and self-opinionated policy
between the warring chambers and
Beeksto force both to surrender ab
jectly to him before arranging a com
promise with each other. The inter
ference of the president with congress
in its constitutional functions has been
unwarrantable. His action is inde
fensible. The situation has been need
lessly complicated by his arrogant as
sumption of an authority with which
he is not armed by tho constitution,
and which he is employing with all
the self-will of an imperious nature
and with all the resources and pres
tige of his great office." All the more
significant, then, in view of this de
served arraignmont, becomes the pres
ident's subsequent defeat.
It is no longer the humiliation sim
ply of a self-willed egotist, who,
through a chain of accidents had be
come intoxicated with his own unac
countable political successes; it Is no
longer the triumph of one faction to a
temporary light, albeit the faction
which is somewhat the cleaner of the
two, that presents itself in the collapse
of the Cleveland edict. It is the con
spicuous vindication of the constitu
tional rights and privileges of a co-ordinate
branch of the government; and a
new exhibition to the world of tho
strength and stability of the system
ordained by our fathers.
Today is the centenary of the birth
of one of America's four greatest poets,
William Cullen Bryant, the other
three being Longfellow, Whittier and
Lowell. It seems probable that the
fame of Bryant will die sooner than
that of any of the others. He was es
sentially a poet of the intellect; and
posterity somehow takes best to poets
of the heart.
A novel plank in the platform of
Bchuylklll county Republicans adopted
at Pottsvillo the other day was that
which condemned as "unwise and as
destructive to our jurisprudence that
the president should resort to agricul
tural parishes of Louisiana for the se
lection of a judge for the United States
courts who shall expound the commer
cial, maritime, constitutional and in
ternational laws as they arise and are
applied in the important trade centers
of .New York and New England." It
would seem from this that tho honor
able Lucius Quintlus Curtlus Lamar
of Confederate fame does not enjoy the
unanimous confidence of the Pottsville
At one time the president says, in
his letter of sympathy to Wilson, he
had begun to doubt whether the Dem
ocratic party was ufter all the real
party of turllF reform, but he had not
permitted himself to entertain the
thought, realizing immediately that
jo matter what might be the tempor
ary obstacles in the way of progress,
the party must continue its crusado
and it members must rcmaiu loyal to
the cardinal principles of their organ!
station. Otherwise he and his would
beeomo "statesmen out of jobs." . A
shrewd idea, that.
Comments on the Surrender.
Tho opinions of thoso whoso com
ments on the new larill' carry weight
are amusing by reason of their diver
sity. President Cleveland, for in
stance, in a letter to William L, Wil
son read in the houw of representa
tives July 19, speaks of the measure
passed in that house Aug. 13 in the
Every true Domocrat niid every sincere
tariff reformer knows that this bill, iu its
(resent form nud ah it will be submitted to
iho conference, falls far short of the con
summation fur wMca wo have long labored,
for which we bavesuflerod diifunt without
difici'Urnguuient, which iu its nuticipnliou
gives us ft rallying cry in our day of tri.
umph, and which iu its promise of accom
plishment is so iutorwoven with Demo
cratic pledges uud Democratic success that
uur uuuuuomueut oi me cause or me ynu?
ciple upon which it rest menus PahiY
Perfidy and Party Dishonor.
On the other hand, Colonel Alex
ander McClure, who hasn't eyen tho
memory of an office to be grateful for,
is really enraptured with the bill
which the chief executive branded as
fraught with "party perfidy and party
dishonor." In his Philadelphia news
paper Colonel McClure, speaking of
the Gorman bill, which he inadvert
ently designates as the "Wilson bill,"
9ays that the passr.ge of this bill
settles the tariff policy of this government
not only for thin year or next year, or for
this administration, but for all timo to
come, r'KHruleds of the mutations of poli
tics. Til ore v. ill bo tariff changes uvtde as
tew necessities aud vuriatious iu bu-luem
arise, bu'. the policy ot the Wilson tariff
bill will uever be departed from iu the
future unlets it be to reduce tariff duties.
Not even Editor Slngerly, with a
nomination to be thankful fur uud an
election to meet, is able to work him
self into an ecstacy equal to that of
his esteemed contemporary at Ninth
and Chestnut. He bluntly asserts that
the new bill "satisfies nobody;" but
upon the principle that if Mr. Cleve
land can swallow it he ought to, the
commodore diplomatically adds:
A tariff bill that lifts the tax entirely
from wood, lumber, flax, hemp, juto, salt
copper and cotton ties, aud cuts iu two
the duty ou coal and irou ore, is not to ba
altogether despised. Tho average rate ou
dutiable articles under the AUKiuloy act
wns 49.53 per cent. Under the (iormau
bill it is ii4.CS per cent. This will count
for millions of dollars saved iu the yearly
cost of living. The Gorman bill, short as
it is of reasonable publio expectation, U
an improvement on tho tariff act it dis
places. It repeals the sugar bounties and,
altbouqh it dots not demolish the sugar
trust, it reduces its protective profit from
oO ceuts per lOu pounds to ceuts. It
smashes the reciprocity gume of establish
ing tax rates by treaty. It starts the
country on the hiuh road toward the at
tainment of that commercial supremacy
amoug the cations of the earth which the
energy of our people and our abounding
resources place within ultimate reach.
The opinion which gets near to tho
truth, however, is this one of the Phil
adelphia Press, in which we recognize
the felicitous phrases as well as the
clear judgment aud prophetic wisdom
of Charles Emory Smith:
The country wanted a real settlement of
the tariff question. Such a settlement
alone could give certainty, stability and
confidence. But the Gorman-Drice sugar
trust bill settles nothing. Neither party
acquiesces in it. Its Vfry pas.sagj is ac
companied by the introduction of other
lanli measures which roopou the light.
The Democrats who have mllenly parsed
t openly proclaim that it is ouly the first
itep, and that they will immediately enter
npou a campaign for a more rudiral
moasure of so-called "tariff reform." In
itead of treating this bill as a fiultlemr-nt
they describe it as only the entering
wedge. Ou the other hand, the .Republican
least of all will accept tuis mongrel, iu
.nconeruous, sectional, uti-Amorican,
iUtfar trust bill as a finality aud lay down
.heir arms. Ou the contrary, they pledge
themselves anew from this hour to
fight out the battle until the triumph
of Americau protection nud the perma
nence of American industrial iudopeu
lence are fully assured. There can be no
lastiug settlement exnept the rittlit sottie
meut. This miserable makeshift of tho
hour, born of corruption, trading aud job
uery, steeped in inconsisteucies aud rank
with sectionalism, ennuot endure. Its
consummation is perfidy to the party and
treachery to the country, and its over
throw as soou as the people and their true
representatives can grt at it is as certain
its any event of the futuro.
The new tariff bill was not called for
by the sober voice of the people. It is
repugnant to tho people; and it will be
tolerated by the pcoplo only until
they can elect servants fit to be trusted
with its radical amendment.
"The tariff policy of this govern
ment is now settled, and it is irrevoc
ably settled," we loam lrom the Phila
delphia Times. "There may," adds
Colonel McClure, "be changes in polit
ical power, but there will bo no mate
rial change from the policy of the Wil
son toriff bill." "Wilson bill," "Wil
son bill" oh, yes; we believe there
was such a bill once, in the house. Pos
sibly the colonel means the Gorman
bill. That was the one that passed.
Mr. Wilson's Apology.
Viceroy Wilson naturally blames it
all on the senate. Iu a formal apology
drawn up by him for distribution by
the Associated Press he lugubriously
I cannot see where we failed to do any
thing we could do to bring about a better
result. Wben I have done the best Accord
ing to my capacity and judgment I must
fall back on the consciousness ot duty dona
The difficulty which the country must rso
oguize is that on the tariff we did not have
a Democratic senate, and whatever has
been gained has been wrested from
protection bodv. I have been willing to
take any, even the most desperate ohances,
that gave the least hope of success in
petting rid of the most objection
able senate amendments and would have
Jongut to March 1 with any ground to
stand upon and any following to sustain
me. we nave Deen uoniroutea by sen
ate with closed raubs, while we have bud
divisions from the beginning that have
ueen lomenteu irom the senate ana tne
growing impatience ot the members to go
to their districts with anything that might
no cuuea tnnrx reduction bill, has mue
tbem unwilliuif to stav unless Dromiie
could be given of assured or most prob
able victory. Weoould not honestly cive
such a promise, and a man cannot con
tinue to uattio with hi army ready auu
eager to break away.
Mr. Wilson's plight evidently was
somewhat similar to that of Bob Bur
dctto's minister who couldn't do good
work in the pulpit againHt Satan be
cause three-fourths of his congregation
had their money up ou the other fel
low. Candidate Sinoerly's paper an
nounces that "the incomo tax pro
vided for in the new tariff bill goes
into effect Jan. 1, 18U5. It must be
paid ou incomes for the year 1894."
Luckily or not, however, the Demo
cratic party has provided for this
emergency by making "Incomes for
the year 1S91" extraordinarily scarce.
Mk. Dana concludes a passionate'
editorial on the new tariff bill with a
liery supplication to the Deity to "pre
serve the party that goes to the people
with such a record of perfidy, such a
confession of dishonor!" If it were
not irreverent we should bo tempted to
notify Mr. Dana that he has aimed his
request in tho wrong direction.
"It is simply tho most disgraceful
thing iu American history," says
Bourko Coekran, speuklug of his
party's tariff settlement; and, really,
wo do not see how we can seriously
disagree with Bourko.
THE POLITICAL POT.
Ouresteomed Barks county contempor
ary, the Reading Herald, Dem., Is discon
solate and rofuses to be comforted. "The
Democrats." It sadlv remarks, "are truly
between the devil aud the deep sea. It
wus a magnificent victory which came '. to
tbem iu laJi, a glorious opportunity sucu
as has seldom come to uuy political organi
zation in the history of the world, but
with ull this wealth of promise, with all
the prestigo of this great viotory, the
promises, iu their performance, have been
whittled down to the little end of noth
ing, and the party must bear the odium of
having worried aud harried the coun
try lor nearly u year to no purpose
whatever, while honest, patriotic Demo
crats, who believe that promises should be
fulfilled uud party principles carried to
their legitimate onclu iou, are compelled
to a shamefaced silence, and Are defense
less against the assaults and accusations of
their political opponents. This is not the
fault of the vast body of the people who
compose the party. They are hone it,
sincere und patriotic as evor. Their load
ers have betrayed them to their undoing."
There is joy iu congressional circles,
even if the (i rmau crowd did win ou the
tariff bill. The Washington correspond
ent of the Philadelphia Bulletin explains
the why aud wherefore as follows: "Pres
ident Cleveland has approved the bill
making an appropriation to tne depart
me.it of agriculture, which carries with it
an item of (10U.UOO for 'the purchase, prop
agation and distribution, as required by
'nw, or valuable seeds, bulus, trees,
nruDj, vines, cuttings aua plants, anuex
'wine, gum, printing, postal cards aud all
"ecossary material auu repairs tor putting
up auu uioiriuuung me same.' xue aooi
ismeut of the free seed branch by the gov
ernment was one of the reforms reconi
mended to congress by President Cleveland
iu his first regular message to cougress,
The suggestion which was dictated solely on
the grounds or publiceconomy and because
this seed distiibution has become a sort of
an abuse, was not received kindly by con
gressmen, who find in it a source of some
little popularity and vote-catching. The
president was evidently talked around to
look at the seed uiattor iu a different
light." This free seed branch is also use
ful to congressmen with newspapers to
keep afloat, became It snpplicw a cheap
source of premiums to subscribers.
The Pittsburg Dispatch sayst "Major
ICvorott Wurren, a lawyer uora Scranton,
will ba the next president of the Stato
League of Republican clubs, in the opinion
of ii. J. Randolph, the atate secretary.
He eeems to have no oppositiou, Jack
liubiuson having declared he would not
be a candidate for re-election."
The Columbia county Democratic con
vention, held ut Uloomsburg, Tuesday,
unanimously selected the veteran C. R.
Buckalew for coUgresg, and J. Henry
ttocuran, ot w liiiamsporr, ior state sona
or. This practically settles their nomina
tious by the district conventions. Hiuce
Congressman Simon P.Wolverton declined
to Bitter the race again, Mr. fiuckalew for
congress bas been the Democracy's open
The Lnzorne Democracy will solect its
victims on Tucsduy. Aug. 23, and inter
them Nov. 7. It is practically assured that
limes will head trie ticket, rio one else
wauts the experience of bucking against
tho Loiaeuriug bjom and no one else will
have it. An effort is bring made, on the
quiet, to trot out Joe AlcUluty against
Mines, but its succs'8 is net encouraging.
The renomioation of Juilo Rhone is as
sured; aud many aro nl ready betting on
his ro-election. If any other man on the
Lenahan shrte stands any show at the
polls, it is probably Poter O Uoyle for dis
Friftcdi of W. I. Ilibba, the West
Pittjton nttornoy, aro urging iiiin to
come out as a ciuuuuato tor the legis
lature from the Hecoud Luzerne
district on the Democratic ticket. Mr.
Jlibbs hns not yet decided to announce
himself, but those who have been inter
viewing bim on the matter are confident of
securing his assent. Mr. Hlbbs is very
popular, especially in his own town, and
Ills popularity Is relied oito overcome the
450 Kopubllcan majority In West I'lttston.
As this town is the Republican stronghold
of the Second district, the Democrats pro
fees to have great hopes of electing Mr.
Hi bbs should he decide to accept the nom
ination. Our Gotham namesake ba9 been divert
ing itself as well as others by some Shake
spearian paraphrases which are not with
out point, even with the tariff agony
benntor Vllns These crouchingg and
these lowly courtesies must lire the blood
of ordinary men.
Senator Gray Low crooked court'alej
und base Hpuuiel fawning.
Chairman Wilson My crodit now stands
on such slippnry ground, that one or two
ways you must conceit me: Either a
coward or a flatterer.
Kenator Camden I an itchlug palm?
Senator Jones There are no tricks in
plain aud honest faith.
Secretary Carlisle A friend should bear
a friend' infirmity.
Senator Harris I kiss thy hand, bat not
in flattory, Cojaar.
Senator Uorman Cassias or Caisar
never shall turn back.
President Cleveland Know Crosar doth
not wrong; nor without cause will ha ba
Senator Smith Let's carvt hint as a
dish fit for the gods.
Speaker Crisp And this, the bloody
business, they have done.
Senator Mills The noblest Roman of
Senator Voorhees No place will please
ma so, no mean ot death;, as here by
Ciessr's tide and by you cut off,
Senator Urice The name Of Cassius
honors this corruption.
Senator Vest Weshall be called pursers,
Senator Hill-I come to bary Cajsar, not
to praise him. ,
Ht HAS GENERAL SYMPATHY.
The people of this vallsy, irrespec
tive of religious belief, will be griertd
to learn that Rt. Rat. William O'Hara,
bishop of Scranton dlousse. is seriously
ill. Brer slnoe the consecration of St.
Mary's Church in this city two years
ago, during which be was prostrated,
his health has been preoarloui. Those
who attended that eeremooy will re
member bow splendidly he rallied
trow that attaok and by shier f oroe of
will assisted at tbe solemu lerrlees.
Two weeks ago, upon the advioe of his
physicians, aud at tbe earnest solicita
tion of his brother, Dr. O'Hara of
Philadelphia, he decided to go to Cape
May and spend a few weeks at his
brother's cottage tbere. He was taken
sick last Friday, and as bit condition
did not improve, it was deolded to take
him home. Bishop O'Hara'a advanced
age aud tbe fact that he baa labored
hard for many year as ordinary of one
nf the moat important in tbe
United State may militate against bis
recovery. It is the earnest with of
everyone, howvr, that tbe gentle,
kindly shepherd may be (pared for
many years to minister to the flock be
lore lo well.
FOR DELEGATE ELECTIONS.
Apportionment of Rtpublloan Bepreisn
tatlon Among tbe Vatlou District!.
Pursuant to a meeting of tbe Republi
can Couuty committee held on July 11th,
1SSJ4, the County Convention will be
held on Tuesday, September 4th, 1H1H, at 10
o'clock a. m., iu the court house at Scran
ton, for the purpose of placing in nomina
tion candidates for the following named
offices, to be voted for at tbe next general
election to be held November Gtb, ISM:
Congress, Eleventh district; Judge, Forty
fltth Judicial district; sheriff, treasurer,
clerk of courts, prothonotary, district at
torney, recorder of deeds, register of wills,
and jury commissioner.
Vigilance committees will hold delegate
election on Saturday, September 1st, 1HU4,
between the hours of 4 aud 7 p. m, Thoy
will also give at least two day public
notice of the time and place for holding
Each election district should elaot at the
said delegate elections, two qualified per
sons to serve as vigilance committee for one
year, and have their names certified to, on
the credentials of delegates to the County
The representation of delegates to the
County Convention is based upon the vote
cast last fall for Fall, candidate for judge
of tupreme court, he being the highest
officer voted for at said state election.
Under this rule the several election district
are entitled to representation as follows,
lst ward, 1st (list., 1
1st ward. 2d dint.. 1
ad dist . . ,
2d ward 1
3d ward 1 Olyphant borough
Blakoly borough 1st ward 1
1st ward 2 2d ward 2
Mwurd 2 M ward 1
lid ward ljRansom township... 1
i,tMn,u tuwusiup..., i ocrauion cny
1st ward, 1st d!st.. 8
1st ward, 2d dist.. 1
1st wurd, 3d dist., 3
2d ward, 1st dist.. 2
2d ward, 2d dist... 2
2d wurd, id dist.., 1
M ward, 4th dint.. 1
2d ward, Otll diet.. 1
3d wurd, Ist dist.. 1
3d wurd. 2d dist... 0
4th wurd, lstdist.. 2
4 til ward, 21 dist., 2
4th ward, 3d dist..
6th wurd, lstdist.. 2
6tli ward, 2d dist.. 2
Dth wurd, 3d dist.. 8
61 ll ward, 4th dist.. 2
Oth ward, lstdist.. 1
Oth ward, 2d (list.. 1
7th wurd, 1st dist.. 1
Tth ward, 2d (list.. 0
7th wurd, 3d dist.. 1,
btli wurd, lstdist.. 2
Nth ward, id dist.. i',
llth wurd, lstdist.. 8
Carbon dido towiK-hip
Ko. 3 dist
1st ward, 1st (list..
1st ward, 3d dist.,
2d ward. 1st dist.,
2d ward, 2-; dint...
2d ward, W dist...
3d wurd, 1st dist,.
3d wurd, 2d dint. .,
3d ward, 8d dint...
Ull ward, 1st dlbt..
4th ward, 2d disc.
4th ward, 3d dist.,
6th ward, lstdist.,
6th ward, 2d dist.,
6th ward, lstdist..
6th ward, 2d dist..
Dickson City boro
1st ward z
2d ward 1
1st ward, lstdist.,
1st ward, 2d dut..
2d ward, 1st dist.,
2d ward, 2d dist...
3d ward, 1st dist..
3d ward, 2d dist...
3d ward, 3d dint...
4 til ward
t)th ward, ist (list..
Gtli ward, id dist..
v.. ii ..........i.;..
mu ward, 2d dist..
llth ward, lstdist.
llth ward, 2d dist.
llth ward, 3d dist.
12th wurd, 1st dist
12th ward, 21 dist.
l.'ltli wurd, 1st dist
13th ward, 2d dU.
13th wurd, 3d dist,
14th ward, 1st dist
litU ward, 2d dist.
15th wurd, 1st dist
16th wurd, 2d dist.
loth ward. 1st dist
10th ward, 2d dist.
17th wurd, 1st dist
17th war l. 2d dist.
lstdist M 1
2d (list 1
3d (list 1
Qlenburu borough., 1
Gouldsboro borough 1
Uieenfleid township 1
Jefferson township, 1
1st ward 2
18th ward 1
1Mb ward, 1st dist 2
19th wurd, 2d dbtt. 1
ltlth ward, 3d (list. 1
intli ward, 4th dist 1
2d ward 2
3d ward 1
20th ward, Ut dist
S?ith ward, 2d dist.
Ei' st dist
2. 20th ward, lid dist,
I, 2!at wurd, 1st disk
2 21st wurd, 2d dist .
8 H, Ablngton towns'p
l'l Spring llrook t'wu'p
1 Si-ott township ,
1 Waverly borough., ,
1 Winton boroufu
2d dist .
Old Forge township
J. W. BROWNING,
Just roelvd a nice nw line of SILK
SHADES in choice color and styles.
Ortr stok of Banquet, Plnno ana
Parlor Lamp is comploto.
nvllfind China, Carlsbad and Amor
iciiu China, Dinner and Tea Sets io
many ntyltes; nlso a number of open
stock ijattem from which you can
okct what piece you want.
422 Lacka, Avenue.
lob Work ,
Tht Scrinton Tribune
For many years tils Piano has stood in the front ranks. It h&i been admired so much for its
pure, rich tone, that it has become a standard for tone quality, until it is considered the highest com
plimont that can be paid any Piano to say "It resembles the WEBER"
"We now have tho fall control of this Piano for this Bection as 'well as many other fine Pianos
which we are selling at greatly reduood prices and on easy monthly payments. Don't bay until you seo
par goods and get our prices
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE
GOLDSMITH'S S BAZAAR
Trade Invigorators In Dress Goods
New Fabrics and prices that will arouse the lethargy of
between. season trade and set all shrewd buyers to thinking.
How long can these low prices last?
LOT 1-All-Wool French Serges, Hop Sacking and
Chevron Mixtures, 40 inches wide, actual value 50c.
Price for a few days only
LOT 2-Consists of 65 pieces of the latest novelties
in Illuminated Jacquard and Covert Effects. Free
Wool Price , . ,
LOT S Comprises all of New Triton, Vicuna, Mel
rose and Vigilant Suitings, strictly all-wool and
silk and wool, at th9 invigorating price of ,
This will be an interesting week throughout to catch a
glimpse of what is going to be worn for dresses during the
Goldsmith Brothers & Company.
With the New Valves
Out of Sight
Our new Bicycles are now
to be seen at our 314 Lacka
wanna avenue store.
And a full line of Boys' and
Girls' Wheels. We are mak
ing extremely low prices on
211 Lacka. Ave.
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la cloth, slieep back anil corners,
guaranteed to give satisfaction,
Stationers and Engravtrs, '
317 Lackawanna Ave.
Dr. Hill & Son
et tooth, fS.SO; best sat, 9; tot gold cap
and toeth without platm, 'railed crown and
bridge work, call for priest and references.
TONALQLA. for extracting- teeth without
pain. No ether. Mo gas.
OTEB FIRST KATIONAL BANK.
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227 Lacka. Ave.
EVANS & POWELL,
i THEY ARE
0 AND WILL SOON BE S
At Greatly Rcdaced Prices
OP out STOCK OF
$ Cream Freezers,
Foota Shear Co.,
fr 513 LACKA. AVE.
"Jenny Und" Cantelonpss.
Green Com an! Tomatoes,
Lima Beans, Egg Plant, eto,
and Get the
COLUMBIA BICYCLE AGENCY
224 Spruce SL Opk Tribune Office.
In addition to tbe finest line of New Wheals on 'the
tnarkut, we offer the folowlng Special Bargalus for
August: 1 Btenms Special. 1 Union Special, 1 Imps ria).
in perfect con.lltlon! Prices from IMS to)
Cull and secure a genalue bargain.
Atlantic Refining Co.
Manufacturer and Dealers Id;
DIUDbtflBj and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, NopUus and Gaso
lines of all grades. Arfe Grease.
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com
pound ; also, a large line of 2to
tafflne Wax Candles.
We also candle the FamotM CROW
ACME OIL, tbe only family safety
burning oil in tbe market
WILLIAM MASON, llan&gen.
Office: Coal Exchange Wfomiug At
Works at Huo BrooK.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Veterinary Surgeon and
Prompt attention to culls (or treatment of
all domestic autmals.
Veterinary Modlcinrs carofully compoundixi
and (or sale at reasonable prices.
Office st the Blurao Carriage Works, ltl
D1X COURT, Scranton, whore I diraot shoe
ing af tvrnoons.
Graduate of the American Veterinary Col
We mid the Columbian School o( Compara
Yes, sir! We
have a special
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you who doo3
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423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
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Hate of ONE CENT A WORD.
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