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TIIE SCI? ANTON THIBTTNE-SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST' 18, 1894.
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PUILIIHID DAILY IN 8CBNT0H, ., IT TNI
TmSUNS PUBLI.MINO COMMNV.
C. P. KINQ8BURV,
NTKRBO Y THE PO.TOFffCI Y CUNTQH,
"Z'vliitisrs' Ink," tlio rucn;iliiil Journal
for uJvprtUeu, lutes tliu SCUANTON :
TRIIH'KEus the hext iKtvertlsln int dluui
in Northuitatern l'vnuhylvnulx "l'liutcnt' J
8CRANT0N. AUGUST 17. I81M.
RIPUBUCAN STATE TICKET.
daniel n. iiASTisaa,
For UtHicnnnt Onvrmor:
Fer Auditor Gtniral:
AMOS II. MYLKT,
for Sicrttarji ofllema! .i(falrv
JAMK8 W. LATTA,
UALUhilA A. OKOW,
tir.oiiOE v. ni'FP,
Election Time. Nov. H
If there iue nny rattlers of this pa
per J11 rittftlon who four Unit they wll
wifB news of tho council procct'dhigs
in that borough through the threat of
Jim Crow politicians that our repre
sentative will he denied admission to
tho council chamber, we can asHiire
them that their anxieties are wholly
As to Woman Suffrage.
In deeidiug adversely on the amend
ment to confer sull'rage on women tho
Kew York constitutional convention
no doubt reflected tho prevailing sen
timent at this time. And in the ap
parent certainty of such a proposition's
rejection at the polls is to be found
some excuse for tho convention's dis
inclination to authorize the expense
and trouble of an appeal to the people.
Nevertheless, there is nothing more
certain, it seems to us, than that meti
who participated in this adverse vote
will yet live to see their action reversed,
and by even a more emphatic majority
than that which was cast at Albany
this week on the conservative Bide.
The strongest arguments in favor of
the change have not yet been brought
into geuerul play. It is not a iuestion
of discrimination on account of sex
which should influence action on this1
proposition; but instead, one of dis
crimination on account of intelligence
and character, be the sex what it may.
There are thousands of women unlit
to vote. But on the other hand, aie
there not thousands of men equally
unfit? The time will come when the
experiment of universal male suffrage
will be looked up n with decidedly less
fayor than it received at the framing
of our federal constitution aud at tho
time of the enactment of the Four
teenth and Fifteenth amendments. Jf
fitness be made tho test in the civil
service, regardless of color, race or sex,
shall it not eventually become the test
at the ballot box?
When Walter Wellman feels
that he has sufficiently advertised
himself, it will bp in order to book
dates for that lecture tour.
Tho Aladdin Oven.
Whilo the politicians are haggling
over the currency and the tariff, and
doing their best, it seems, to make
loth as senrco as possible, it is reassur
ing to note that l)r. Edward Atkinson
of Boston has not rested from his valu
able efforts to reform tho conindssariati
with a view to increased cheapness.
Most of our readers are doubtless al
ready familiar with tho implement
whereby this eminent statistician pro
poses to reduce to one-third the present
cost of living, without sacrifice of nu
trition or variety of foods, lie calls it
theAladdlu oven; and if all or even
a respectable fraction of what is said
of it in a curreut bulletin from tho
agricultural department In Washing
ton be true, It certainly deserves the
name. Indeed, a writer in tho Wash
ington Post is moved to such admira
tion over its wonder working proclivi
ties that ho regards it as more than
possible for mankind soon to be eman
cipated from tho use of iron stoves and
ranges, fire-building, hard and soft
coal, dyspepsia, indigestion, insuffi
cient nutrition, cuss words, and gen
eral household misery. lie goes fur
ther and demonstrates that millions of
dollars are to lie saved in the coat of
living that any man or hoy may be
his own cook, and put up a delicious
meal "while you wait." By this won
derful discovery it is shown in accu
rate and carefully prepared statistics
that the Inhabitants of a city like Bos
ton can provide all necessary, appetiz
ing food for 70 cents to Jl per week,
while those who want to revel in the
luxury of tenderloin steaks, venison,
cauvasback ducks, terrapin, soft shell
crabs, capons, etc., can easily woo ex
istence on $3 per week.
A few figures will show the tremen
dous possibilities of this reform. A
saving of 5 cents por day each person
for a nation of 70,000,000 of people
equals $3,600,000. In a year the saving
thus made would amount to $1,277,
600,000! In general terms Dr. Atkin
son implies that tho saving will be
much greater than this. Indeed, if we
take into account what the doctor
says about the nutritive qualities of
food cooked in a steady heat without
sacrifice to Its essential oils, essences
and juices, it would seem to be reason
able to make a large statistical allow
ance, also, for doctor bills saved and fu
neral expenses obviated. The oven
operates on the prinelplo of the clam
bake. With uniform heat supplied
from a burning lamp through a bairel
like apparatus divided into various
apartments it is alleged to be possible
to cook simultaneously cereals, fish
and meat stews, pork and beans,
corned beef and cabbage, peas por
ridge, corn bread and any other kinds
of food that may be desired. Indeed,
these tilings may bo prepared at night
aud put in tho oven with the lamp
lighted so as to provide a low temper
ature, and in tho morning the cooked
food is taken out, ready for consump
tion, without waste. Many kinds of
most appetizing combinations can be
placed iu the oven by a workingman
or a working woman after tho break
fast is cleared, before leaving tho house
to go to work. Jteturning at midday
the wholesome dinner is found ready
to be oateu. The bread may then be
mixed in a few minutes, with a me
chanical bread-k neuder, and placed in
the bread-raiser, so that at a certain
hour it will be ready for the oven. It
can then be baked in the evening, by
the light of tho household lamp or
What is especially interesting to this
metropolis of the coal fields is tho as
sertion, upon the testimony of t-everu'
hundred witnesses who have learned
to cook iu the Aladdin own, and of
quite a large number who are now
practicing box and Inrrel rookiujr, that
the days of the iron stove and range
are numbered. The use of coat for
cooking will be contained only by
those who do not know how to cook.
All ovens, in the opinion of Dr. Atkin
son, should be of non-metallic ma
terial; till fuel for cooking should be
oil or gas. Meats, lish, cauliflower,
potatoes, onions and custard or other
puddings may then, he argues, be
cooked in the same oven at the same
time without imparting any flavor to
the other or losing any of its own
especial Haver. The doctor proves his
argument by quoting the testimony of
0110 lady, who had used his Aladdin
oven, to the effect that vegetables weie
cooked in such a way tha", although
she had been eating them all her life,
she now tasted them for the first time,
and trom which ute choicest game lias
been served iu the highest perfection.
"It has also been my practice for some
time," this lady writes, "to tm'e, to
parties of eight, dinners cooked iu an
oven placid behind my own chair in
the dining room, in the china dishes
in which the tooil is served. In this
way experiments have been tried
without a single failure, upon persons
who pride themselves on the refine
ment of their tastes. On one occasion
my party numbered twelve, to whom
an eight-course dinner iu Uie regular
conventional order was served at an
average cost of 2 cents per guest for
each course the total cost of the meat,
fish and other materials amounting to
less than $2 for twelve persons."
The Aladdin ovypi, we are told, in
conclusion, is not a money-making ar
tilice. Dr. Atkinson has already, as
he informs us, expended two dollars iu
eflorts to further the neglected science
of nutrition for every dollar that lie
has got hack in return. But antici
pitting a near decline in the average
American family's income, he is en
deavoring, as a statistician aud sciea
tist, to achieve a corresponding reduc
duction in the cost of living; so that,
in any event, we as a people shall be
none the worse cff. Dr. Atkinson, it
should be added, is a free trader wiih
perhaps a troubled conscience; which
mayhap prompts him to oiler Ids
economical cooking contrivance as a
partial atonement for the economic
evil that he has wrought.
It was a significant fact that while
Republican candidates were plentiful
at the re-unionof war veterans at Fur
view the other day, few if any Dciuo
crayc ollice-seekers were on tho
grounds. Tho associates of the free
trado element, which is striving to
wreck t lie country today, have little
hope of securing assistance from the
heroes who defended it from at tacks' of
the rebel horde over a quarter of a ecu
We TiionuiT we had taught our
esteemed 1'hiladelphia contemporary,
Candidate tSingerl.y's paper, belter tliau
to say, as it does in a burst of what
was presumably intended to be sar
casm: Anthracite coal Is practically u Pcnusvl
Hiiiu monopoly that cnu protect itself.
Tlie anxiety to make liuiicouiba in tho
Wyoming vulley out of the failure of "free
coal" is tr'll ludicrous.
The Becord might as well say that
such men as William Connell, presi
dent of the Anthracite Coal Operators'
association, who was boru in Xova
Scotia, Elmer II. Lawull, superintend
ent of the Lehigh and Wilkes-Barre
Coal company, and scores of other men
lntimattly and prominently identified
with tho anthracite mining industry
do not know what they are talking
about when they alllrm, and prove by
accurate figures, that freo bituminous
coal would deprivo them of the whole
Atlantic seaboard market, only to
hand It over to the Nova h'c itian syn
dicate. Tho 1'hiladelphia Uncord is
undoubtedly very wise; but it does not
yet know quite all about the coal trade
in the Wyoming valley.
It has doubtless befc n observed by
readers of this paper that during tho
encampment of the Thirteenth regi
ment at Gettysburg, The Thi bunk's
news from Camp Crawford has been
exceptionally graphic aud complete.
Borne of them know even more than
this; namely, that these daily letters
"from the front" have been unsur
passed by any newspaper in the state,
not even excepting the mammoth
journals of Philadelphia. For this
superior service we take great pleasure
in acknowledging our Indt btedness to
City Editor James F. Mitchell, who
not only did his duty but "did" the
whole commonwealth as well. But,
then, it was only natural that the crack
regiment of the encampment should
be accompanied in its record-breaking
by a representative of tho foremost
newspaper In northeastern Pennsyl
vania. That's a way we have.
The Pittston correspondent of the
Truth thinks that "the antics of tho
Pittston council are about as amusing
as a comic opera, and doubtless would
be enjoyed with equal zest were it not
for the serious interests at stake. As
it is, tho taxpuvers are simply dis
gusted at the incompetency manifested
by the local law-makers, who do not
seem to have tho faintest Idea of their
responsibility." The Truth correspond
ent adds that the people of Pittstou are
at last "seriously discussing tho neces
sity for some decisive action at law"
that will relieve the misfit couneilmen
from the strain under which they la
bor. We gladly note that the Truth
acquits Burgess Thomas Moloney from
any identification or sympathy with
the "councilnmuic Idiocy that lias
elicited so much criticism," and con
curs in The Tumh'NE'h previously ex
pressed opinion that Mr. Maloney Is a
public spirited official, a gentleman
and au honest num.
TIIE rOLlTlCAL I'OT.
The caudulary of Major Everett Warren
for the presidency cf the 8'ate luacuo cou-tiuu-'S
to reueivn vry rmupluueutitry men
tion iu the press. Ilia Truth hut eveumii
nald: "Our estcoir.ei townsman., Slnjor
Everett Wiuron, in evidently the coining
man tor tiiu presidency of tun State League
i f Kopulilk'an clubs, as tho succissor ot
Happy Jack Kobiimm. Alajor arrmi
would fill tho olllcu with dignity anil abil
ity hiiil Urn lenne would show wisdom in
bin m leciiou." Tho Evotiins Evpressre
uiaikn ti.at "the candidacy of Major War
ren is being favorably received iu mauy
(lec tions of too state, and it now looks as
thunh he would be ihe olio'. of tho con
vention, which ui.nts in li.i-rlsbiiru on
Sunt. 5. No better select ion could be
inad." The Wiik-K-Uarro U.-Cord ' iiiks,
ro Uho iu own word', that. .Maj .r V ireii
"ha a cinch" 011 the iirenleucy of tne
Hiate League of Hepublb-au clubs. "He
will," it add-, "uniloub edly be chosen to
succeed J 11 k Robiuxm, and fully deserves
It U reported in the Wilicns-Burre Record
that Kditor Cainpbh's re.eit visit t'i
Wi hhinuton va in response to a Biuuinons
from the po-tuiHB or (iieral. It is rswil
ble, ulo, that the o.azr usional Kituation
in this (liHtiict had its pai t in i. ll.ie o iiiif
the itivi H'ioii. Tiih pienMent, it i known,
is 111 vmg heaven and en th to (,'et aei'ep -nli
Dei, j crate to stand f r ti e slaughter
In this mid iu the Luzm-ne dia nets. Thu
fr.r he i.a met wit.i an.'tht 1 but encoiir
nuiiiK sU'TeS'. 1 v lopmeits al' n lb s
line ure 1 xe t d hooii 10 f.nlow, if current
lU.uor may be ti u. tcd in tuis mutter.
There is a cheery rlnif ab nit M joe S in
I.oi Ii'h M quiesi en e in ex-Con; essni ill
111 mum's iioiniuniioii I01 congress in
Si ni iklll eouty ihat tlH Mitos lh" rxp-ri-einoii
mill phiioKophic fighter. The mj r
wan heueu iu rouVoiition, three to one;
b it he is 'lonely on theeurtaC'ag iinwitb
a declaration of ioyalty to th tickot that
iii i.rms criticism. If liepreseututive
lieilly is not cuosen to may at h nue next
autumn It will eviih-n:lv not ne .Vajor
Losch's fault nor the fault of his lriends.
Invitations haV3 been issued for the
foi enil openiuu of t ie hands me rooms of
1 lie Kepublicm leayu , of tho iV.nt Mde.nt
100 South il iiu av.Mue, on uei". Wednes
day evening, The committee in el nrge
c-ohidxts of ilolin II. Ke i olds, clniii 111.01;
Chaiies K Daub Is, i-e roinry, and Thonnis
L v-hou, John li Etvvatili aud J 'seph D,
Lewis, l'he 1 a.:uo is cmnpoi d of ardent
young Republicans who propose to be em
phatically in cue battlo this null succeou
A curiom entreruess Is notad among a
number of Wilke-Barrn Democrats to
strive for the le.'i.-lmive nominal ion In the
First Luz rneiii-t-iet. Playwright Daniel
L. Hart and I'oet-Kditor hnmi el W. Bn.yc
are iwiiiii'n' r ho avowed candidates and a
Btrous under current oxi tf, it Is said, it
behalf of ex-Kepresnntaiive O. lien John
son. Brother Boyd is the most oopefui of
the three, and assures us that he will at
least prevunt the campaign from becoming
Advices from Olypbant are to tho effect
that the candidacy of 1 lmrles P. O'Mulley
for 1 lie Republican legislative nomination
in the Fourth district is received with
eomuthing akin to uu ovation among hU
uuiuerous friends. TI11 fences of Repre
sentative Burke ure already reported to bj
nagging In several places with every as
surance of a complete break down if M",
07.ixilcy thou. a be 11. 'minuted next uiomu,
John Tower Ltnr.linn, of Wilkea-Barre,
the T11 1 1 Sycamore of the fiusqauhaana, so
toapeiik, visited .Scrautou friends yester
day ou a mission which combiuod business
with politics. Mr. I.t) ash hu is not as nan -gnine
of Democratic success in Lnzoine
this year as is hi wont: bin lie vet hop. 9
to pilot a H'Uirbon or two through tho R
inibiican lloiid tid. to dry land iu ilarris
bur and in the Luztrno court houie next
Ex-Commissioner William Franz. mil
ii)K and j jv ml, lias not cciued to boa pict
uresque ll'iiru In tlm foreground ot county
politics. He cheerily ksiuii'h every In
qnirer that bo is In the treusurership Mailt
to stay aud to win; and if personal candor
and uood lintura were to seek out i noo!
tiioir bet local exponents, "Billy," as his
friends ell him, would certainly become a
It is possible that thoro Republicans who
want to attend the county convention
heie on Sept. 4 and nho tho State league
( onventiou ut Ilarrisburg on the day fol
lowing may be aic.iiiuuodiiteil with a
special train leaving here nl a sufficiently
lalehotirou Ihe evenlnc of tinpilio ad
mit of accomplishing botli purposes. Ar
r.iuKi wnats to this cud mm beiuj; ncjjoti,)
Tins TmiH NE acknowledges the corn ro
(turning I.aninr; ami is thankful to the
lesrned editor of tho SJcranton Republican
for pointiiiK'uut its inadvertence.
JUMPING ON LITTLE BILLY.
Wilkvd-liurre Tiuiv i.
Ilovirescntalive Herautuu has just se
cured an additional appropriation of $15,
000 for tho Fi dend building In borantou.
This makes $-t!5,(Xj of Undo Sum's money
that has yone to that sama structure.
. ith a man of more mental wdi.dit in cou
Kieis from the (,-reut county of Luzerne we
might stand some chanco of pulling nut a
juii y plum Iu the shape of an appro . na
tion, but, u.-h a thing will never lmppe 1
v hlie such a leather brulu as II lues repre
sents us there.
tLtCiKIC Ci V IriCV RBS
There is no 1 ritio quite so relontittss as
the man . bo is ju-t a little tore.
The dangers of too Mpid aiivs ' era u
are exemplified by tho r ck ' k.
Tariff reformers, like bus. ball umpires,
find It dull ult -opl ase evert 0 k.
T ie many so-called refor'U n venin n
In this a.te aie inaiuura ed t b ouii -.i ,
Tul -ntofteii. 'ik-t a po ato, 1 1 be ,fv, ,
11. list have a-d-trt'K-e i ; n .,,1:1,,:
Failure ma 1 e . operly credited to fate,
bir .., .- I- W I lit 1- ft i ; .0 :.
sib'litv of sue. -s.
It is not necessary to become nne.uy over
threats Danger Us people Uouolusuul.y
aiiunu ice ihe tact.
Tr.ere is vast diffeience between music
whicucbnniiHtbe eavae b-ast aud that
which makes tha listener sayng4.
in political life ignorance with "pull"
rendeiM poiutless ail of the time houjred
pr. veibs iu refsreuce to the rewards of
R.-rorm that regulates the other fellow is
what most of us dcire. The boomerang
anlole iu variably loan iteuurui on the re
FOR DELEGATE ELECTIONS.
Apportionment ot Kpublicn Rspraisn-
tation Among the Various DUtrlcti.
Pursuant to a meeting of the Republi
can Connty committee held on July 14th,
lSiil, ti e County Convention will be
held on Tuesday, September 4th, 1SH at 10
o'clock u. m., in the court house at Scran
ton, for the purpose of placing in nomina
tion candidates for the following named
ofiices, to be voted for at the next general
election to be held November Gtb, lbW:
Congress, Eleventh district; Judge, Forty
lUtb Judicial district; sheriff, treasurer,
clerk of courts, prothouotary, district at
torney, recorder of deeds, register of wills,
and jury commissioner.
Vigilance committees will bold delogate
elections on Saturday, Septomber 1st, lts'J4,
between the hours of 4 and 7 p. in, They
will also give at leant two days public
notice of the time aud pluce for holding
Kneh election district should elect nt the
said delegate elections, two qualitled per
sous to serve as vigilance com mil tee for oue
year, and have their names certified to, on
the credentials of delegates to tho County
The representation of delegates to the
County Convention is based upon the voto
cast last fall for Fell, candidate for judge
of uipreme court, he being the highest
nfuVer voted for at said state election.
Under this rule the several election districts
are entitled to representation as follows,
1st ward, 1st iltst.. 1
1st ward, -d dist., 1
V-ii ward 1
1st dist 1
2d dist 1
lid (list i
4ih ilist 1
Blukoly lioroie.n -
Ilentou lu,L ,l.iii.,
( in ton township. .
1 Olyphinit bi rou;;u
I j.-.i warn 1
21 2d ward 2
2i il ward 1
1 liana. 1111 township,,, 1
1 Sjeriintou eitv
1 1st ward, 1st (list.,
lOMimlou leWIISIlll 1
Ciivhonil: le township
NtrUieiist dist..,. (I
North wt st Hist..,. 1
No. a.li.,t 1
Carhoiuiulu city -
1st ward, 2d (list., 1
1st ward, 3d (list.. 3
2d ward, 1st dist.. 2
2d wiTd, 2d d st... 2
2.1 wind, -d dist... 1
2.1 ward, 4lh dist.. 1
2d ward, 6th (list.. I
3d ward, 1st dist.. 1
Id ward. 2d dist... I)
4th ward, 1st dist.. 2
4th ward, 2.1 (list., 2
lib ward. Id dist.. 2
1st w aul, 1st dist..
1st ward, !M d.st..
til ward. 1st
LM ward, Z . li-t...
t'd ward, lid di-t...
;i-l ward, Ut di-.t..
3d ward, 2d dist...
il I ward. 81 .list . ..
4th ward, 1st dist.,
41 li ward. 2ii dm,.
4i ll war. 1, Ud dist.,
6th ward, Isid st..
bth ward, z 1 dist..
lit 11 ward. 1st ill ,t.,
fiili W..11I. - I d.st..
l ieks n 1 ity boro
lsi ward, t dist.,
Is waul, il, t.,
'.d ward, 1st ilist..
-M wai d, ZU ilisi...
lid war. 1, 1st d.st..
lid waul, Z.I (list...
oil wai d. lid dist...
ut 1 Wul'.l
(ith uui.l, 1st ..is:.,
lilli war1, - 1 thst..
J?( ll t( llt.ilip -
.'id li st
t'ieiiliurn holo .h..
Cl aihl -i.oro h..i'..iijli
li e i.U .d towns ,.p
J rill , u hoiougn
Mh ward, 2(1 dist,.
6th ward, Hd .list..
dill ward, latdist..
(It li ward, i 1 (list.,
7tn ward, latdist..
Till ward, 2d (list..
Jill w .rd, Id diit..
Sin ward, 1st (list.,
St i wa d. d dist,,
Uth ward, ls dist..
It.h ward, 2d dist..
1 1 til ward, 1st dist.
lull wind, 2 1 dist.
lltli waid. 3d disi.
12 b w rd, 1st .list
12 h warn, 2 . dist.
Mm w.inl, 1st ois;
liith waid. 2U ill t.
I s h ward, 3d uist.
lilli wurd, 1st dist
1 tn w.u .l, 2d U;sL.
l.'itli until. 1st iti-,1
1 .th ward, d list,
in, 11 va. U. I t d.st
In: 11 wiod, 2d di t.
litu ward. 1 1 dist
l.tli v ar 1 2d Uist.
itnn w; rd, 1st d st 2
Itch wild. 2d dist. 1
Itith wind, 3d 01st. I
intii wa d, 4th dist 1
2Uth w. id, 1st dist 1
2ntU ward, 2d dist. 1
20th ward. 3d dist. 1
2,st ward 1st dist. 1
Hd ward z
North (I st. 'I
Sunt , (114 1
West dist 2
K- st d st il!
2 21st wind, 2d dist. 2
11; -'. Ali.iiKtoli towns p 2
1 Spriiin Broo.t t'wu p J
1 S ott township 2
1, Waver y borough... 1
2 1st dist 1
1 2ddibt 1
I aN. nue borou-ih.
I. eh gh lo.vmliii
.11; disnii township.,
i aytl dd lioiuu'ii...
Newtoi. to- nsh p...
N. Al.iiiKt'n . ns'p
Cdd Foi'Kb towu.jhip
D. W, POWELL.
J. W. BnOWMIN'O,
heeri t ry.
are hundreds of brands of
White Lead (so called) on the
market that are not White Lead,
composed largely of Barytes and
other cheap materials. But the
number of brands of genuine
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are standard "Old Dutch" process,
and just as good as they were when
you or your father were boys :
"Atlantic," " Eeymer-Eauman,"
"Jewett," " ravig-Chambera,"
"Fahaot tocli," " Armstrong & McKelvy."
For Colors. National Lend Co.'s Pure
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ehailes, and Injures the lest paint that it is
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NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
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Our atosk of Danquat, Tiana nnd
Parlor Lamp is cnmploto.
Ilivitund China, Curlshml and Am'-r
ican China, Dinner and Tea Keta :
many atvles; i.lso 11 number of opu
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!' For many yrars this Piano has stood In the front ranks. It h been admired bo mncb for its
1 pure, rich tone, ih.tt it has become a Btnndard for tone quality, until it it considered tho highest com
pL merit that can be paid any Piano to uay "It resembles the WE DER."
j We now have the full control of this Piano for this sectiou as well as many other fine Pianos
' which we are selling at greatly reduood prioea aud on easy monthly payments. Don't buy until you see
our gooua and get our prices
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE,
top Shivering These Gool (lights
BY PROVIDING YOURSELVES WITH
Homestead Brand at
100 pairs of the Celebrated Rossville Blankets, weigh
ing 4 pounds, good size and three-fourths wool,
atonly $1.98 Per Pair
The3e two wonderful Bargains, based upon free wool pricas, are now on ex
hibition in our centar wiidow.
Spesial Sale of Blienilie Covers
6-4 size, the usual $2 quality, now going very lively at $1.25
Goldsmith Brothers & Company.
With tin New Valvoa
Out of Cijht
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
814 Lacka. Ave.
. A Full Assortment
Letler Copying Books
A 500-pago 10x12 Book, bountf
la cloth, sheep buck and corners,
guaranteed to give satisfaction,
Stationers and Engravers,
317 Lackawanna Avo.
Dr. Hill & Son
fri twth. W.IW: best set, JS; fnf (roM cup
nd teeth w tlmut l4tcn rallel oroirn inj
bridge work, call tr prices and rtforo :0
TONAlXJIA. lor ntrnctiuf Mta witlioul
pain, Ho ether, ho gas.
OVER F1K8T KATIONAL BANK
Y M. C. A. BUILDINO
nW I US MM. MM
Lmsri iiagy .iapgj , 1 U
I Shoe Store
1 Selling Agents,
I 227 Lacka. Ave.
a EVANS & POWELL,
AND WILL SOON BE
I At Greatly Reduced Prices I
OP OUH STOCK CP
$ Cream Freezers, t-.
OIL AND GAS STOVES
Foote & Shear Co.,
? 513 LACKA. AVK.
Jenny LM" Gantelonpas.
Gresn Con an Tomitoss,
Lisa Eeaos, FgjPiaat, etc.
and Get the
i THEY ARE
SOME OF OUR
75c. Per Pair
OCLUMBIA BICYCLE AGENCY
VA Spruce St Op, Iribe Office.
In addition to the (Input lino of New Wheel on th
narket, we offer the fnlnwinR Spc al Barirai.is fur
August: 1 8t-arns Siwcial, 1 i nion spe-ial, 1 ImpiriaL
2 l'-velandB, 3 M-stic, 1 VI. -tm, 8 Hickories an l 5 Col
nmlilas, all in perfect o .niition. Prices from S45 to
fclOO eacu. C;.ll and secure a Ki-nuiDO bargain.
, j a
Atlantic Refining Ca
Manufacturer and Dealers la)
niuminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, N ftp t has and Gmo
Hnee of all grades. Alio Grease,
Pinion Greae and Colliery Coir
pound j also, a larjro line o' 2w
rsfflne Wax Candles.
We nlwt handle tha Famous CROWN
ACKE OIL, the only family aafety
turning oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager;
Office: Coal Exchange, Wyoming At
W orka at fin UruciL
D00T0H JOHN HAMLIN
Vetarinary Surgeon and
Prompt attontiou to calls for treatment of
nil domestic animals.
Veterinary Mudlolnes carefully compoundsl
and (or sain at reasonable prices.
Office at the Dlume Carrlu(re Works, lfl
DIX COURT, Soraulon, where 1 direct shoe.
Graduate of thi American Veterinary Col
lege and tho Columbian School of ComDara
tivo Me i.-ini..
Yes, sir! We
have a special
ist h'ro to fili
you who doe
Sit right do wa
F TP I and have your
1 ' If eyes fitted in
a scienfiQo manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Inserted in THE TRIBUTE at tba
rated ONE CENT A WORD.