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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 2, 1894.
Trie MuCK I Al.L.
Court Waa Held b7 Umbr of the Cbl
The mock trial conducted by tbe Chi
Upsilon society of the Washington
Street Presbyterian oho rob last even
inn was a decided success. After tbe
regular business of the society tbe en
tertainment committee took charge of
tbe meeting. Professor D. A. Stone
was on trial for tbe laroany of one or
more bricks from tbe old church.
President George Waters acted as
judge. The defendant was brought
before the court by Sheriff Horace
Keen. After the Clerk of tbe Courts
Artcmns Morse read the ohrage Prose
outing Attorney Maurice Miller opened
for tbe prosecution. Jaines Griffiths
was tbe first witness called. He testi
fied to seeing Professor Stone take tbe
bricks from the church.
Tbe cross examination by Defending
Attorney D. L. Morgan caused much
mirth. C. P. Hall and Arch Mears
were the next witnesses called, after
which the prosecution rested. Attor
ney Morgan opened for the defense by
calling Frank Thornton to the witness
stand, followed by Thomas Patten and
: After a fair char ire by the jadge, the
case was given to tbe jury, whioh con
sisted of Rev. D. W. Kkellenger. C' J.
Holms, C. C. Battenberg. William
Rfitenaner, Arthur Clark, George
Keen. After a consultation the jury
reiurned stating they stood four to two
in favor of conviction.
We Will Have the Course of University
The Hyde Park Litorary and Djbat
ing society met in regular session last
evening in the Philosophical society
room on South Main avenue. Ttie coin
ing university extension course was
discussed with a most happy resnlt.
The course is a certainty. The com
mittee reported progress and informed
the society that Colonel H. B. Spragne
had been engaged to lecture on the
lives and chief productions of tbe poets
Milton and Goldsmith, The lectures
will take pi ioe in a centrally located
buildiug, comtnncing next Monday
night, and continuing until tbe series
of six lectures are completed.
Petitions can be Bigned t tbe diffir
ent West Side drug store or by con
sulting tbe members of tbe society's
committee, C. . Daniels and W.Hadyn
A debate took place on the question:
"Resolved that organizations such as
Tammany ball are beneficial to the coun
try,'' Those who spoke were on tbe
affirmative side are C. E. Daniels, A.
Davis and Louis Howell. On tbe ne
gative sldtt Wallace Moser, John
House and Emerson D. Owen. The de
bate was interesting throughout. The
judges as appointed by President Ed
wards were W. A Price, Tallie Lewis
nnd Jonathan Harrij. They returned
a verdict in favor of tbe affirmative.
JOHN HUGHES BURIED.
8rvlC9s Will Be Hold at the Family
Tbe funeral of John Poland Hughes,
eon of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hughes,
who died at the borne of bis parents on
touta Rebecca avenue, Saturday morn
ing, ocenrred yesterday afternoon at
3.80 o'clock. Services were conducted
at the family home by Rev. W. S.
Jones, pastor of tbe First Welsh Bap
tist cnurcn, who spoke in tbe Welsh
language, and Rey. D. C. Hughes, D.
D., of tbe Jackson Street Baptist, who
delivered impressive remarks in Eng
lish. The floral tributes were numerous
and beautiful. Among them was a
pillow inscribed "Classmate." The
casket was carried by young men to
the Washburn Street cemetery, not far
distant, where interment was made.
Tbe pall bearers were Thomas Howells,
Alfred Bvan, Albert Davies, Hirry
Davies, George Nichols, George Rey
nolds, William Davies, Gsorge Hoff
man, Thomas Hopkins, David Morley,
and Arthur Jenkins.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Z. A. Storer, of Lafayette street, web at
Wilkes-Barre yesterday on business.
Hiss Anna J. Emmet of Luzerne street,
is visiting at Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. A.;L. Lindsay and family,
of Wyoming, spent Sunday at the borne of
T. M. Richards.
Tho, Mendelssohn Choral society will
meet tomorrow evening at the First
Welsh Baptist church.
Will Davies of Providence, a 94' graduate
at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
has accepted a position in Davies drug
Beese D. Davis, of Buffalo, who has been
visiting his parents, Air. and Mrs. J. D.
Davis, on Bromley avenue, returned home
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Lamb, of m Twentieth street, died yes
terday afternoon. The funeral will occur
on Wednesday afternoon.
A preliminary meeting of the "'Degree
of Naomi will be held tomorrow evening
in Morgans hall by Hyde Park Castle, No.
8. Order of Knights of the Mytio Chain,
James Crawford, a clerk at Davies' drug
store, left yesterday for Philadelphia whore
he will take a course In dentmtry. Air.
Crawford was formerly of Easton, and
For Five Hundred Years
and over, the whole world has
been coming to Carlsbad to be
cured. Disorders of tho stomach,
of the liver, of the bowels, of the
kidneys and bladder, gout, rheu
matism, diabetes, obesity all
have been sent to Carlsbad.
Here is the very same remedy
now, right at your own door
the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt (the
water solidified and put into
powder form at the spring.) You
need it for constipation, for indi
gestion,' for biliousness, just as
inuoh aa in other and graver ail
ments. All druggists keep it.
But see that you obtain the
genuine imported, with the sig
nature of "Eisner & Mendelson
Co., Sole Agents, New York,"
on every botjfe,
was a graduate at the Philadelphia College
The fire at 4:30 yesterday morning origi
nated in tbe home of Joseph Thomas a
drayman residing on Wasbburn street.
There was much difficulty in finding a key
fur box 89 at the corner of Main avenue
and Jackson street and a still alarm-was
seut into tbe Columbia boae bouse. Tbe
fire was canoed by a bad flue in tbe chim
ney. Thn kitchen and a room above it
were badly bamozed.
The funeral of Alius Mary Rooney,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Rooney, who died on Saturday evening,
after a short illness, occurred yesterday
morning at 9 o'clock. A solemn high mass
of requiem was celebrated in St. Patrick's
churcu by Rev. Father McNally. Fathers
Dunne sud Whelan were deacons. After
tbe cermony tbe funeral cortege moved
out to the Hyde Park Catholic cemetery,
where interment was made. The pall
bearers were Peter Richards, Hugh Fin
nen, Michael O'Hara, John O'Hara, John
and Timothy Larkin.
AN ENTERPRISING SOUTH bIDER.
Ferdinand Hag-en, of Alder Etrest,
In a New Line of Business.
Ferdinand Hagen, of Alder street,
has purchased four improved planing
machines which are set np and in op
eration in his planing mill' by which
be is enabled to manufacture boxes for
tbe bottling trade. It Is the only shop
nearer than Albuny that manufactures
Some time ago Mr. Hagen attempted
to interest tbe South Side board of
trade in materially assisting him to
make it a local industry, but ultimate
ly without their assistance be under
took the task on his own responsibility,
and the success resulting has fully
justified bis foresight.
This is a matter of public interest to
the South Side as it furnishes work to
a score or more of wood finishers and
Scranton money, which heretofore
weut to Albany and other points dis
tant, now circulates in tbe city among
our own people.
Lst week Mr. Hagen purchased
40,000 feet of pine lumber for the fall
CLOSING OF THE MILLS.
A Serious Question Statei South Eldsre
1 In tha Faos.
With the suspension of operations
at tbe North and South works after to
night at least fifteen hundred men and
boys will be thrown out of work, It is
a most serious mutter to contemplate,
since there is no telling when trade
will be resumed.
The management of the mills is on
record as stating that tbe rails manu
factured for many months past have
not been sold, that the yards have been
stocked up with tbe output until it is
no longer possible to continue in that
way. Therefore when small orders are
placed with tbe mills hereafter instead
of starting up the mills to fill them
tbe stock in trade will be drawn upon.
As tie winter approaches it foreshad
ows under the circumstance acondition
among tbe people of the South Side
that assumes an alarming phase. Nat
urally the question arises, where will
the men thrown out of employment
SOUTH SIOE JOTTINGS.
Forty hours' devotion will be?in at St.
John's church next Sunday evening.
The Star bocial club will hold its first
annual social tonight at Geruiania hall.
Miss Kate Clifford, of Prospect avenue,
has gone to Montreal, Canada, to reside
Joseph J. McNally and Timothy Qnin
nan, of this side, returned borne yesterday
The newly elected officers of tha James
Connell lodge of Odd Fellows will be in
stalled tomorrow night.
The sight reading class at St John's
church started out last night most ausni
clously with twenty membors.
John Matbias, of Stone avenue, left for
the Philadelphia College of Dentistry yes
terday to begin a thred years' cunrse.
Frank Ritterbeck, of Hoboken, spent tbe
East few days as tbe guest ef his friend,
eputy Clerk of the Courts Emil Bonn.
Tbe congregation of the German Evan
gelical cburcb, of Prospect avenue, is vig
orously preparing for the churoh fair that
begins next week.
Tbe police report that there have been
no burglaries on this side in three weeks.
There has not been a fire alarm sounded in
nearly seven weeks.
George Wagner, of Birch street, is criti
cally ill and his death Is not regarded as
far off. He has been suffering for a long
period with Brigbt s disease.
All the Jewish stores were closed yester
day in observance of the Jewish New
Year festival, which was appropriately
observed at the Hiokory Street synagogue.
The educational classes at the Souih Side
Young Women's Christian association will
begin this eveningat8.45 o'clock under tbe
supervision of the secretary, Miss Tom
kinson. Peter Lofe, of Willow street, will go to
New York city tonight to moot his two
daughters, who hava been spending the
past six months in Germany on a pleasure
trip and who are expected to reach port
Tbe death of Martin Gibbons, of 2110
Pitteton avenue, is momentarily expected,
lie is well known and held the position
of watchman at the Elm street crossing of
the Delaware and Hudson railroad, and
later at the Steel Works crossing for over
Michael J. Cusick, of Brook street, was
attacked with acute vertigo Sunday night,
and his condition became so alarming that
his folks felt that medical aid could not
reach him in time. Dr. Manly was sent
for and revived bim; he is now out of dan
ger but quite weak.
PUNTS AND PASSES.
According to reports from various col
leges, the new football rules are working
For tbe past week men have ben put
ting Manhattan Field in shape for the
coming football season.
Princeton and Pennsylvania will proba
bly play their annual game on election day
at Manhattan field.
Perry Trafford, of Harvard's graduate
advisory committee. Is said to be opposed
to a Harvard-Princeton game this year.
The annual meeting of the Ititercolle-
flate Football association, consisting of
'rinceton and Yale, will be held in New
York next week,
Lewis will be greatly missed') by Har
vard. Barring Balliet, of Princeton, lie
was regarded the best center rfcsh in the
country last year. I
E. B. Talcott, of the Now York Use ball
club says that he would rat her see the
Yale-Princeton game played at Manhattan
Field than at the Polo grounds. (
Trencbard Is playing (quarter bak in
practice with great regularity. If be Is
ompelled to fill this position it will be
very hard to find an end rusher capable of
taking bis place. ,
The management of tbe New Yfrk
Football club has signed Garvin of the
Longfellows, to play right wing In tue
series of games for the cbampiousbip of
the Professional Football league. Garvin
is one of the cleverest association football
players In the country.
The naval reserve of New York will
have a strong eleven this year and have
made arrangements to practice at Man
hattan field. Thoy have two matches In
view, one with the officers of the United
States cruiser New York and another with
the Seventh regiment team.
The 8. F. P. C. is arrauging to celebrate
its fourth anniversary. .
Tbe gospel tent was removed from Elec
trio City park yesterday.
The Cbsntanqua circle will begin its
wiuter course of atudy this week.
Tbe repairs that are being made at tbe
Manville shaft are nearly completed.
Company H will bold the first of their
monthly socials on Thursday evening.
Misses Margaret and Anna Price, of
Spring street, are visiting friends at Rich
mondale. The Young People's society of the Prim
itive Methodist church, will bold a basket
picuicounext Monday evening.
Deputy Sheriff Griswoid seized a horse
bolongiug to V. T. Setzer last night on an
execution issued by W. L. Boyce.
The Green Ridge Prohibition league will
hold a meeting at their rooms on Green
Ridge street next Holiday evening.
The Ep worth League of the Park Place
Methodist Episcopal church will hold an
entertainment and supper at the church
parlors on Thursday evening.
Tbe regular monthly business meeting of
tbe North Main avenue Baptist church
wi 11 be held on Thursday evening. Spec
ial business will be transacted.
Ralph Bingham, the boy orator, assisted
by his sister, will hold an entertainment
in the Methodist Episcopal church, uuder
the auspices of tbe Ladiei' Aid society, to
night. The "Passion Play," consisting of over
sixty stereopticau views will be given
next Sunday evoning at the Park Plnce
Methodist Episcopal church by the pastor.
Rev. Dr. Uawxhurst. ,
The covenant meeting will be held in
the North Mniri Avenue Baptist church
tomorrow evening uud it is requested that
all who expressed a desire to join this
church during the Bliss meetings will be
Tbe Green Kidge Republican club has
arrauged to bold a meetingi in the office of
tbe Green Ridge Item every Tuesday even
ing. A committee consisting of George
Sanderson. Marion Finn, Charles Fowler
and Thomas. Allen was appointed to pro
A large number of the boys living
around the corner of Brick avenue and
Market street were gathered on the cor
ner Sunday night about 7:30 and insulted
the people who passed. N ot satisfied with
that some one started to stone a Polander
who immediately caught the offender aud
gave him a sound thrashing. Although a
large crowd gathered no one interfered.
J. M. Badders recently swore out a war.
rant before Alderman Bailey, of the Thir
teenth wnrd, for the arrest of C. W. Brun
dageon the charge of jumping bis bonid
bill. The wnrrant was given Constable
Bernard Davis, of the Second ward, but
the prisoner kept out of the state until ye
terday, when he was arrested and brought
before Alderman Bailey, who iu default of
bail committed Brundage to the county
it DUNMORE. I
George Alger spent yesterday ou a busi
ness trip to Scott.
M. J. McIIale nnd M. J. Keegau, of Oly.
phant, spent Sunday in town.
The Misses Mid a nnd Phebo Englers are
spending a few days in Huuley.,
All of the Penn Coal company's breakers
are working except Barnum No, 5 and
L. P. West, Dr. Winters, and Frank
Winters, will spend today on a hunting
trip through Jefferson township.
Remember tbe election of officers of the
Epworth league tonight at 7.45 o'clock.
Every member is requested to be present.
Friday evening of this week the League
members will attend the City Union Meet
ing in the Providence Methodist Episeopal
Ellen Jordan, an old lady aged 70 years,
died at her home on Ward street yester
day morning. Funeral will be held Wed
nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, from St.
Word has been received that Miss Bertha
Swartz of Electric avenue is dangerously
ill iu one ot the Southern States. Miss
Swartz has very many friends here that
are sorry to hear of her illness.
The Loyal Legion will hold a special
entertainment in the near future. Notice
will, be given later. They wish to inaugu
rate plans for winter work, meeting will
be made more interesting. They are an
xious to fill the hall every meeting night,
JEWISH NEW YEAR.
Manner in Which it Was Celebrated In
The first day of the Jewish new year.
CG56, which began Sunday morning at 6
o'clock and continued until tbe same hour
last evening was generally observed by
Jewish people throughout the city.
At the Linden Street temple, Rabbi J.
Fonerlicht preached a special New Year's
sermon to a large congregation at 10:30
o'clock In the morning. Nearly all the
Jewish business meu closed their stores or
offices and devoted tbe day to social calls
and informal gatherings which were sur
rounded by a spirit of good cheer.
Bucklsn'a Arnloa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts
BrniBes, Bores, Ulcers, Bait Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and allbkiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
if guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
cr money refunded. Price U5 cent per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
Under Auspices of
Hon. Galusha A. Grow,
Hon. George B. Orlady,
Linn Hartranft, Esq.,
A. J. Colburn, Jr.,
"Will positively address the meet
ing. (Jome out and hear the issnes
jafhe day discussed.
VI AS S MEETING
Wants of all kinds cost that much, when
paid for, in advance. When a book ac
count is made; no charge will be less than
tS cents. This rule applies to all small
want eds, except Situations Wanted, which
art inserted FUKE.
WANTED - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our line, no peddling. Salary,
$75 per month and expenmn paid to al'. Owls
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. U. Box 60O4
Auevts wanted everywhere to
sail the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous profits, sells at sight, delivered free, se
cure territory. Sample in velvet lined cass
with full information, lite. Catalogue frej.
Aluminum Novelty Co.. 1)33 Broadway, New
Helo Wanted Females.
15 weekly; no canvas-lug. Reply with
stamp Miss Fannie F.lknur. South Bnnd, Ind.
FOR SALE-CKJAR, fruit and candy
stand, coruor Fi-nn avenue and Spruce
street, No. 31C, for rale reasonable. ,
CQUABS IN ANY QUANTITY, 118 CLIFF
"IOR KKNI'-ONK-HALF STOKE. IS)
-L Penn avenue. gWpor month. .
TXK BENT-NICELY-FUtt.ISHED HALL
V suitable for lodtfu rooms. JOHN JEB
MYN, 111) Wyoming aveutie.
Furnished Rooms Wanted.
WANTED TWO BOOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping. AddregJ Booms, 1128
YOU WANT THIS RELIC REPRINT
Frank Leslie'11 Illustrated Weekly War
Illustrations lSUl-lSitf. Two Volumes Folio,
1".5M; payable monthly, $-.00. Delivered by
express complete, prepaid. Address P. O.
AlOODY, UlsUibson street, Scranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAGA
zines, etc, bound or rebound at Tim
Thibunh offlce. Quick work. Reasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Spruce Btreet aud Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tn-.HoU for &J.5U. Good
TN HYDE PARK POUND, ii SOUTH
X Main avenue, a black helfeifer about three
years old, white hind legs and white spot be
tween shoulders. If not called for in five
days from date will bo sold according to law.
Jacob Melllrk, I'ouud master.
A BUNCH OF KEYS WAS FOUND LAST
XV. nigh:, and brought to this office, owner
can have the same by paying for this adver
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RK
coivd at the ollice of the City Clerk,
Scranton, Pa., until 7. 3U o'clock p. m., Thurs
day, 1 ctober 4th, 18m, to furnish coal for the
current lineal year for Fir Dept. He
Btntlou Housi'suud Municipal build ng. F..
firoposals will be received, each to bo enc o ou
n a separate envelope, and bidders shall en
close w.th each proposal the sum of U-n dol
lars, cash or certille I chick, as a iraarnnico to
comply with proposal if awurded the contract.
Proposal No. 1 to be for furnlslilng the um
berland, Excelsior, Liberty, Nliga a and Gen
eral Pbinney Fire Di pt. Houses; also the Mar
ket Str et btation House.
Proposal No. 2 to furnlih the Frai.klin,
Col.imbia an l Eagle Fire Dept Houses; also
Hvde Park Station Honae.
Proposal No. 3, to furnivh the Municipal
Buildin; and lious -s occupied by the Urystid,
Nay Aug. I hcecli. Hook and Ladder and Re
lief Kiro Dept. Companies.
Propifcal Ni. 4, to furnish Aldsr Street Sta
tion llouso'iud the houses occupied by the
Neptune, Century and Wm. lunnell Fire
The city reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. By order of city Cauncils.
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., Sept. !25, ISM.
TVJOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
1 appli'atiou will be made to thoUovornor
of the State of Pennsylvania, on Friday, the
twelfth day of October, ltD4. by Louise P.
Burt, Grinnell Burt, John 8y,.r, Charlug
t aldwell, Edgar M, Keynolds.Charles L. Haw
ley, G10. L. Weaver Jan. D. Evans, under the
Act of Assembly of tbe Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to provide
tor us incorporation anu regulation 01 cer
tain corporali ns," approved April 2itth,
1874, and the supplements thereto, for the
charter of an intruded corporation to be
culled "The scranton Land and Improvement
company." the character nnd obiuct of which
is tue purchnsi' g of real estate and the im-
J movement thereof and the selling and leadi
ng ot the sume, with or wl hout improve
ment, aud for these purposes to have
ana possess and enjoy all tbe rights,
benefits and privileges ot said act of assem
bly and its supplements.
CHARLES U HAWLEY, Solicitor.
AlfANTED SEWING AND DRESS MAK
V ing by the day to go out. Address lock
dox 101, uunniore, ra.
WIDOW WITH ONE CHILD 10 YEARS
of age, would like a po-it'on as house
keeper or seamstress. Best references. Ad
dress Willing, Tribune odice.
OITTTATTOV WiKTpn nv a dtuo-ii
13 class engineer, machinist and rigger, is
well recommended, must have work of some
description. Address W. C, Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED ABOUT NOVEM
ber 1, by a middle aged American lady; a
situation as managing bonsoknsper or com
panion, or would assist with liht housework
and sewing; also competent to assist In busi
ness. Address F., Truth office.
CITUAT10N WANTED YOUNG MAN
O desires a situation as book-keeper. Ex
perienced and good references. Willing to
begin on small wages. Address J. W, L. 437
WANT ED-8ITUATION AS SALESMAN,
bookkeeper or shipping clork.by young
man with five years' experience. Address
fc. O. SHERltlOh, HJO Wyoming avenue.city.
SITUATION WANTED BY
A wrir a v
by the day. Ad drew 3.
LJ tn fin hmiaa a nshinu 1
or Uicf's, or WHBhlng
ti'ts yuo mm.
AN AO I' IV 1 M 1 ) 1 1 MAN, WITH
good references, of middle axe wishes
employment. Quick and correct in figures,
five years experience as single entry ljook
keeper and clerk. Will work for any wages
that will payboard. Addresi W. B. Tribune
ioney Oil and
141 TO 152 MERIDIAN ST.
O OOF tinning and soldering all done away
3 with hyths use ot HAKTWAN S HAT
NT PA1.4T, which consist of lngredl-nta
well-known to ad. It can be applied to tin,
galvanised tin, sheet iron roofs, also to briok
dwellings, which will prsrent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or breaking of th
brick. It will outlast tinning o( any kind by
snany yars,and it's cost does not exceed one
fifth that of iheoost of tinning. Is sold by
the job or pound. Contracts taken by
MTOIUO HA1U JUANM, 627 Birch Si
CONNOLLY & VJ A
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
HO BETTER BEDDING
Is anywhere made than 13 manufactured right here
in Scranton by the
CLEARING SALE OF
A Child's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new S9
A Child's Bicycle, Kuboer Tire, new 10
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, now 13
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 18
4 Boys' or Girls' Bicycle Cushion Tiro,
new (JOdowu to 28
1 Youth's Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire.new . . 35
2 Victor B Bicycles, Pneumatic Tire.seo-
ond hand TO
1 Victor B Bicycle, Pneuinatio Tire, new 80
1 Secure B cycle, Pneumatic Tiro, second-band
1 Lovel Diamond IKoyclo, Solid Tiro,
1 Ladies' Bicycle, Solid Tire, second
2 Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tire, second
1 Victor C Bicycle, 1 in. cushion Tiro,
a Victor B Bicycle, in. Cushion Tire, .
1 Columbian '83 BIcycle.PneumaticTire, 65
1 Chainless Bicycle, Pneumatlo Tire,
nearly new 100
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn Tennis Racquets at a
discount of one-third
for two weeks.
J. D. WILLIAMS &BR0,
314 LACKA. AVENUE.
We Linn Allen k Co,
Boy and sell R'ocks.Bonds and Gralr
on New York Exchanges and Chicag'
Board of Trade, aitber fur cash or oi
412 Spruce Street.
"Local Stocks a Specialty.
& M DmCK, Manepr,
Goal of tha best qnality for domostlo use,and
ef all slzoa, dolivered in any part ot tha oltj
at bwwt price.
Orders left at my offlce,
NO, 118, WYOMING AVENTJE,
ftaar room, drat floor, Third National Bank,
or snt by mall or telephone to tha mine, will
(ealvt prompt attention.
Ppacial contracts will be made tor the salt
M delivery of Buckwheat CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
Tbe Finest Id the Citj,
The latest improved fur
nishings and apparatns for
keeping meat, batter and eggs,
las Wyoming Are.
European Plan. F!rtt-olas Bar ettsehad.
Liepot for Berliner bagel's Tennhatuaer
I i Cor, 15tb End Filbert Ih, tthti
Host deairabl for residents of N.E. Porn
sylvania. All eocvvnlenoM (or travelers
to and from Broad Street station and tbe
Twelfth and Market Htret statiou. De
sirable for visiting Serautoulaus aad pec
le In the Anthracite Begtuo.
T. J. VICTORY,
A Handsome Complexion
la one ot tbe groatest charms a woman can
poesera. Pozaoai's Canpuixjoa Pownaa
days will probably
brintr to your no
tice that you need
a new outer gar
ment this season.
Have you decided
We would ad
vise you to buy
early. The styles
are settled and
prices are sure to
Visit our new
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
Notice is hereby given that auc
tion Bales will be conducted daily,
at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m., in tho store
of C.W. Freeman, Jeweler, corner
Penn avenue an j Spruce street.
The sale is positive and no goods
are reserved. Proceeds will be
applied to liquidate creditors'
JOHN E. LEWIS,
Manager for Creditors.
W. L. Douglas
CI CUftST IS THE BEST.
yO OnWb NOSQUEAKINQ.
FRENCH& ENAMELLED CALF!
EXTRA FINE. L"S
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Von can sbtc mnney by purchasing VV. V
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, aud guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
tbe bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every,
where at lower prices for tlie value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot iupply you, we can. Sold by
E. J. LEONARD.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLES AND SPORTING
Victor, Gendron, Eclipse, Lovell. Dlamon
Bay b hidden impsrfeotlT by cosmetics anj
powders, but can only be removed perma
HetSQl's Snpsrior Face Bleach
It IU positively remove FreekUa, Tan,
Moth, Haliownpx, and cure any diseases of
tbe skin, such as l'lmplos, Aone, Black
heads, lllne and renders tbe skin sort soil
beautiful. Price 11 per buttle. For sale at
E. M. HETSEL'S
(30 Lacks. At 8eraatea.I,B.
si jj$t,tA ip y .if$-;pj? T ' ;
Atlantis Refining Go.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
mnminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Kapthas and Gaeoi
lines ot all grades. Axle Grtase,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com.
pound; also, a larixa line ot PftT
' lafiine Wax Candles.
We also handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in the market
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Ollice: Coal Exchange, Wyoming Aye.
Works at Plue Brook.
Yes, sirl We
have a special-
tr ist hero to All
you who dooi
and have your
eyes fitted iu
a scientific manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AYL
Booms 1 and 2 Cmx-olth Bid's -
Hade at the MOOSIO and KUfcjll
Lsfflln & Rand Powder Ca's
ORANGE GUN P0WDEB
Elsctrlo Batteries, Fuses far explod- '
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
RepaunoChemicaJ Co. 'a High Explosive!
KSTAULIsllliD 1808. 20,009 IN
Instrsmentv In every sense of the term aS
appled to J' anoa. .
Eicei tional In holding their ori(rlaal full .
"'ne'Iv YORK WAREHOUSE, No, 80 Fli 5 1
avenna. V 1
BOLD BY f '
115 Adams Ave. New Telephone Bdg
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There are a great many cards.
pamphlets, circulars and other
advertising matter constantly being
distributed among the public.
Not everybody has a taste for read
ing. Have your printing done in art
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's attention' by some
thing catchy and rarely seen.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
is able to tileas vnn in evrrv