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THE SCItANTON . TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3, 1894
WHO IS THc iNCiNuUhV?
Chief Ferber Bell- the Lilly Property
Wee Set on Fire.
The alnrm of fire wblcb sounded
.from box 14, at the corner of Lacka
wanna aveuue and Seventh etreet about
8 o'clock laet evening wae eaused by a
blaze in tne three etory brick dwelling
occupied by the family of John Lilly
on Weet Lackawanna avenue. Officer
Lewis who was patrolling that beat
saw smoke issuing from the front win
dows and promptly gave the alarm.
The Franklin, Century, Nay Aug,
Eagle and Hook and Lad'ler companies
quickly responded. The flimes orit?i ti
nted In the joists of the second flior
and burned briskly for some time. Vol
umes of smoke poured through the win
dows and it was thought that the
building could not be saved. The fire
men battled bravely with the flitun
before they were brought under con
trol. The hotel of J. J. Cummings and
Edginton's blacksmith shop, on either
hand, were uninjured.
The damns to the building amounts
to about (600 and is insured. - The
origin of the fire is not known, al
though there is belief that it is the
work of incendaries.
Chief Ferber, when questioned re
gnrding the affair, said tuat the place
was certainly set on fire. Between the
joists on the second fl)or it looked as
though the flior bad been torn up, and
rags stuffed between the joists, satur
ated with oil and ignited. Mr. Cum
mings, who reeides next door, says that
be saw two negro girls leave the build
ing and run aorose the Hyde Park
bridge about ten minutes before the
fire was discovered.
This stntement was verified by sev
eral others. A negro who was in the
building when the companies arrived
said that the Lilly family were out of
Mr. Ferber says that the nnuiual po
sition of the fire, that ie, three distinct
fires on one floor, six or eight joists
apart, is a certainty that' incendiarism
was the cause of the conflagration.
LITTLE WEST SIOE NEWS NOTES.
Harry Sweetzer is recovering
paiuiut aDBceie on tne neau.
Miss Florence Abbot, of Pittston, is vis
Jting Miss Anna McNulty on this aide.
Mrs. Claude Thomas, of Wilkes-Barre, is
tne guests of relatives on Jackson street.
The Scranton Traction company has
placed a guard rail on its Robinson street
Robert James, of Bonth Lincoln avenu,
left yesterday for Philadelphia to study
The Iroquois Pleasure class will give
ineir opening social in Aiears nail tomor
Councilman Lynett and wife, of Pitts-
ton, have returned home from a visit with
Jeremiah Long and Charles Corlo. of
Stroudsbnrg, bave returned home after
visiting friends on this side.
Mr. Reynolds, late of Lafayette street,
nee openeu a very neat, paint ana wall pa
per store on North Main avenue.
Mrs. Thomas North, of Pleasant Mount.
Wayne county, will return home today
irom a visit witu menus on mis erne.
The West Side officers under Lieutenant
Williams for October month are Dyer,
waiver, jewis, uurreii, refers and .trans,
Mrs. Elizabeth Stevona, of North Lin
coin avenue, and Mrs. Louis Stevens, of-
jxortn eumner avenue, will visit friends in
bay re today.
The funeral of Robbie, the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lamb, of Twentieth
street, will occur this afternoon. Inter
ment in the Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Miss Laura Green, of Archbald street,
entertained her numerous friends at her
borne yesterday afternoon by giving a 4
o'clock tea. The young folks enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Thirlwall, of Thir
teenth street, gave a very delightful party
Monday evening in honor of their daugh
ter, Miss Edith's eleventh blrtbday. Those
present were the Misses Cora Jones, Peoria
Jones, Etta Cummings, Blodwin James,
May Davies, Maria Lewis, Ruth Jones,
Kutie V. James. Ethel Lewis, Addie
Lewis. Nellie Lance, Maggie Lance,
Lucy Fellows, AlUla Fellows, Emma Fel
lows, Mary Williams, Lizzie Jones, Mary
U Thomas, Verna Wugstaff, Mary J.
Haines, Viola Rodrick, Emily Jenkins,
Lizzie Whetstone, Annie Thomas and
Sarah Thomas, the Messrs. W. H. Thirl
wall, Louis Bates, Wlllard Oliver. William
Markwick, Chester Lewis, Albert Thomas,
David Jenkins. Elsworth Davies, George
Lloyd, Albert Roberts, Sterling Thirlwall,
Rob Lance and John J. Lewis. Recita
tions, singing and games were iudulpsd in.
The young lady was the receiver of very
handsome presents. Refreshments were
served and all dispersed very well pleased
with their evening's enjoyment.
TnK fact that Hood's Sarsaparllla, once
fairly tried, becomes the family medicine,
freaks volumes for its excellence and me
dicinal merit. Hood's Sarsaparllla is na
Hood's Pills become the favorite ca
thartic with everyone who tries them, 25a
THE CLERK'S ERROR.
Responsible for a BUI In
Yesterday C. Comegys, attorney for
William P. Connell, filed a bill in
equity in the office of Prothonotary
Pryor. The suit is brought against
the executors of the estate of the late
George Sanderson. On April 10, 18C7,
William P. Connell and William M.
Silkman bought from the Bander
on estate two lots of gronnd
on Adams avenue, and on Jan, 5, 18G9,
a deed was executed for the purchase,
but in the first part of the deed the
grantees' names are written William
M. Bilkman and William P. Bilkm.an.
The latter name was erroneously sub
etito.ted for that of William P. Con
nell, but the error was not discovered
cit Secret SSTilil
IS PERFECT DIGESTION-
I USE THE GENUINE
AND FIND THAT IT-
JN THE PROPER
w,i the deedt were recorded without a
To correct the record the tnlt was
brought and he defendants do not In
end to centest it, as it is nothiog wore
or leei than replication salt brought
to remedy the lapte of the abient
winded clerk who filled out the deed.
LUCINOA GOES TO JAIL
Will Have to Answer Charge of Burg
lary at Court
Lusinda Jackson the young colored
woman, who was detected while burg
larizing Poster's second-hand clothing
store on Penn avenue early Tuesday
morning was yesterday committed by
Alderman Fltzsimmons to the county
jail withont bail.
John Pierce, arrested as an accom-
pliece was held in the sum of $200 as a
DIED OF HEMORRHAGES.
MarUn Murphy , of Maple Strtet, 8tridken
on Bit Way to Work.
Martin Murphy, of 634 Maple street,
an apparently healthy man euesfcxl as
a tore man at tne boutn works, died un
expectedly yesterday mornina.
He left bis house at 0 30 for work. A
few steps from the gate be became very
dizzy, but continued on a few hundred
yards until he began to reel and
stagger. A man who was nlso on his
way to work saw Mr. Murpuy and as
sisted him in returning to his home.
Only a few minutes after he was
tnken home and bad been siated ou a
chair bis senses left him and be fell
unconscious to the floor. Dr. Manly
was sent for, but before he reached the
bouse Mr. Murphy had expired, a half
hour after be wus first stricken.
The coroner was notified and he
arrived and impanuelled the following
iurv. P. O. Kuikht, Philip Nenlon. P.
A. Cavanaugu, 1 bourns K.Iiey, Sarnu-l
Rosenthal, and Andrew Kearns. After
bearing the testimony of the mau s
family and the I gentleman who helped
Mr. Murphy back to the bouse, the
jury at tho direction of the coroner
found a verdict that death was due to
The funeral will take plaee Tburs
day morning at 0 o'clock with a high
mass of requiem at St. joiin s enuioh
Interment will be made in Hyde Park
Miaa Kate Fiiob and Henry Kelsh United
at 8t. Mary's Churoa.
At 0 o'clock yesterday morning the
wedding bells of the marriage of Miss
Kate Fiscli. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nicholas Fisch, 1010 Pittston avenue,
to Henry Klsb, of Maple street, rang
out at St. Mary's German Catholic
chnrob on River street.
IUv. Father Christ united the eouple
in matrimony, the ceremony being
preceded by a nuptial mass. Misses
Lizzie Fisch, Mary Witishmau and
Kate Fisher were bridesmaids, and
Joseph Fiicb, Albert Kelsh and Charles
Marker acted as groomsmen The
bride was costumed in a cream silk
gowo, with ribbon to match, and she
wore a veil of tulle, and a bonquet of
Marchal Neil roses. Her attendants
wore dresses of cream lans-downe.
trim mod with ribbon to match, and
bouquets of tea roses.
A private wedding breakfast was en
joyed at the borne of the bride's par
ents. Tne eouple left on tue afternoon
train for Niagara Falls on a short wed
ding trip. After their return they will
begin housekeeping in a nicely fur
nished home on Maple street.
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
A special meeting of division No. 14, A.
O. H.. B. of E will be held this morning
at the ball at 10 o'clock. All members are
invited to be present.
Miss Bridget Lundy, of Pittston ave
nue, left for New York yesterday after
noon and will sail Saturday for Ireland.
She will be absent six months.
Mrs. Mary Green, of Crown avenue.
died yesterdav otter a long illuess. The
funeral will occurr Friday morning at
o'clock. Interment will be made in Hyde
treat catnoiio cemetery.
At a meeting tonight in Dr. Manly's
hall to orsauize a Democratic club. ex-
Judge P. P. Smith will open the exercises
with an address and will be followed by
oiuer ngnts or local Democracy.
The Neptune Engine company will hold
a ball in the near future. A committee of
August Schimpff, Frank Eobling, jr., Max
Rosur, Jacob Geiger and Frank Schauer
uaving ueen appoimeu to ui me aaie.
LOCAL POLITICAL JOTTINGS.
Next Saturday a big Republican mass
meeting will be bem at Walton wblcb will
be addressed by uaiusba A. Grow, John
U. Jones, J. A. Scranton and others.
The Young Men's Republican leacue.
the West Side, is arranging; for a bis detr
nostration on Oct. 18. Tne meeting will be
addresed by a number of well-know
uepuDiican neaaquarters presents an
animated appearance every afternoon
They are visited by hundreds of voters
who have suggestions to make or who are
in qneat of information. Secretary Millar
Is constantly on hand, welcomes all the
callers and sees that the matters thev are
interested in receive proper attention.
The Wilkes-Barre Times has the follow.
ing: "Charles P. O'Malley, who has been
nominated by the Republicans of the
rounn aisuici lor tue legislature, is one
of the brwuteat and most active among
the younger members of the Lackawanna
bar. Though running in a district that
bas been Democratic, by a large majority,
oy reason oi bis ability and personal pop
ularity. be stands a eood chance of beini
elected. He is capable of making a rattling
goou political epeecu. e naa me pleas
ure oi neanng mm aaurcs a large and en
tnusiaBtie audience on Austria's day
the World's fair, when his brilliant ora
tory won deserved applause from the large
gathering of Amerlcaus and Anstrlans
aoie, Emm or iwa nous..
OW TO CLOTHE CHILDREN
Minister's Wife Who Dresses Her
Family In Excellent Taste How a
Small Income Went a Long Way.
The puckers in many s mother's
forehead are deepened as she studies
how to dress her boys and girls in a
respectable manner on the small
amount that Is available.
A minister's wife in a small town
near Scranton was confronted by this
discouraging situation, but her
woman's wit and a few ten cent pack
ages of diamond dyes solved tne prob
lem, and handsome clothes were soon
evolved from a pile of odds and ends.
'ine Home, tiouseKeeper, laaies'
Home Companion, and other house
hold papers hove published many ar
ticles telling how to ubb diamond ayes
making new clothes out of old.
Pretty dresses, handsome cloaks, serv
iceable stockings, and gay hat ribbons
and feathers are obtained at but little
expense, not only for the children, but
for tne mothers as well.
The ease with which dinmond dyes
are used is really surprising. They
make beautiful colors that never crock
and are non-fading. "While there
are other package dyes, there are none
so easily used, nor such fast colors,"
says Jean Hunt in a recent number of
llio Home. "1 have tried otlier dyes,
ut the diamond color the most goods.
Their fast stocking black is the
only black ' dye for cotton I
nave ever found that makes a rust
lack which never turns gray when
FATAL ACCIDENT AT STORKS.
Thomas Wolley, of the Boulsvard,
Crushed TJndar Book.
Thomas Wolley. of the Boulevard,
was futally injured yesterday morning
by a fall of rock while at work in tee
fourteen foot Tela at the Storr's shaft.
Althongh orushed almost Into a jelly
he lived until be reached the surface.
The deceased was married, end a
member of Lodge No. S99, of the Order
of the Sons of St. George.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Mrs. Eugene Corwin, of Spring street, is
recovering from a week's Bickoes.
W, B. Christmas, of Main avenne. Is rn-
tertaininir Miss Electa Moore, of Hamil
ton, Wayne connty.
The Green Ridge Iron works have a force
of men working nights on account of some
large orders ou hand.
John R. Davies, of Wayne avenue, ex
pects to sail today on the City of Berlin,
for a brief visit to Wales.
The child of Reese Evans, of Pntman
street, that was ill with the typhoid fever,
is on tne roaa to recovery.
The youngest daughter of Alfred Parry.
of Summit avenne, is dangerously ill with
membraneous croup. Dr. Donne is in at
tendance. Owing to the crowded condition of No.
25 school, about twenty-five of the pupils
in tue primary u department were trans
ferred to No. 24, Miss May Powell, prin
cipal, and put in charge of Miss Shelley.
Ivor Joseph, of Main avenne, who has
been an inmate of the Lackawanna hos
pital for some time past with typhoid
fever, bos recovered and expectB to sail to
day on the steamer Berlin for the home of
Ills parents in wales.
Ralph Bingham, monologist humorist
and violinist, assisted by ms sister, gave
very delightful entertainment to a large
audience in the Methodist Episcopal
church last evening. The audience was
very well pleased with the entertainment,
The alarm which was sonnded from box
85 at Cnsick's hotel, at 8 o'clook yesterday
morning was caused by the burning of the
residence or Airs. James Mall on West
Market street. Not only was the build
ing totally destroyed, bnt everything
whicn ie containua, inciuaing aDout nw m
cash. The Cumberland, Liberty and Ex-
eelslor lose companies reached the scene
in the order named and did effective work
in saving the adjoining property.
Ii. C smith, or Dun more, swore out a
warrant bofore Alderman Horan yester
day morning, charging Thomas Potter
with defrauding him out of a three-weeks'
board bill. Potter was arrested by Officer
Johler and taken before the alcerman.
who, when he refused to settle the bill.
committed him to the county jail in de
fault of $ 00 ball. Polter.who is a painter
by trade, left his home in Haw ley about
six weeks ago ana went to unnmorj and
boarded with bmitn for three weeki aod
then suddenly left, being found in ths
Bristol House, where he had been stayiug
since last Saturday.
David J. Hand is ill at his home on But
Miss Sadie Bishop, of Hawley, is visiting
at a. tr. num s, on mm street.
Building is booming at Little England.
several uew dwelling houses are being
nunc near ine Hivangeucai cnurco.
Remember the Red Men's entertainment
Thursday evening at Odd Follows' ball.
They promise all who attend a very pleas
H. L. Crlnpen, the new harnessmaker.
and John Johnson, of the Scranton caah
store, will occupy 11. E. Spenoer's new
aouoie house on vveoeter avaune.
Dr. Clarence 8. Hall, who has praotlced
here as a bomeopatkio pbysioian, has
moved to Montrose, where he will cou
tinue the practice of his profession. Hi
Dunmore friends wish him success In his
Murray's breaker Is idle much of the
timo of late. This breaker has worked
better formerly than auy other In town,
They bave made a specialty of supplying
tne iochi iraue, luroisuing mis town With
The woman in black has again made her
appearance in this vicinity. She has been
Been emerging from the woods at North
park after nlfhtfall, and has frightened
several ladies. At the present it is Very
unsafe for girls and young ladies to go out
aiuue at uii(iu.
The Scranton Traction compary is
erecting new poles through this borough
along the fcuburbau line. The Doles
are as crooked as ram's horns, especially
luose at tue corner or urinser antl unest
nut streets. They would be condemned
by any intelligent farmer as unfit for fence
The following offlk-ers of the Epworth
league were elected last evening for the
coming year: President, Dsn Powell; first
vice president, luomai tienwood; second
Vice president, Philip Davis; third vice
president, ijiicetta Miner; fourtu vioe
president, Marian Kenney; secretary,
uniuu treasurer, oiepuen Klcbarus;
piamsr, urace rowell. 'ine league Will
noia their talent social on Nov. Bl.
Bnoklen'e Arnloa Salve,
The best salve In the world tor Cats
Bruises, Bores, Uloers, Salt Kbenm, Fever
rwree, letter, snapped nauas, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. , It
is guaranteed to give berfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price K6 cents per
bos. For sale by Matthews Bros, -
Want$ of all kinds cost that much, when
paid for, in- advance. When a book ac
count made, no eharg will be less (nan
tS cents. This ruts applies to all small
want eds, except Situations Wanted, which
art inserted FREE.
A tTANTED SALESMAN; 8ALARY FROM
V V start: permanent place. BKOWff BKOB,
Company., Nurserymen, Rochesoer, N. Y.
T ANTED - ACTIVE
v Handle our line, no
976 per mouth and expenses paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box &J08,
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous profits, sells at sight, delivered free, so
oure territory. Sample in velvet lined case
with full information, 10c Catalogue fr3.
Aluminum Novelty Co.. U33 Broadway, New
FOR KKNT ONE-HALP STORE,
f enn avenue, I'lO per month.
TX)R RENT NICELY-FURBISHED HALL
V suitable for IoJko rooms. JOHN JER-
WYN, UV Wyonnnn avenue.
YOU WANT THIS RELIC REPRINT
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War
Illustrations liKil-llWj. Two Volumes Folio,'
ilti.M; payable monthly, JiOU. Va vored by
express complete, propaid. Address P. O.
MOODY, VIS Uiluon street, Scranton, 1'a.
zines, etc., bound or rebound at The
Tkihlnb oflloe. Quiok work. Reasonable
H I EAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144.
j)L corner Spruce street and Franklin ave-
mi". Twenty meal
tickets (or 5a Uood
HcId Wanted Female.
A PPRENTICES TO LEARN DRESS MAK-
Jt. in. ilKi BAILEY, m Lackawanna
TN HYDE PARK POUND. 48 SOUTH
1 Main avenu -. a black heifelfer about three
years old, white hind legs and white spot be
tween shoulders. If not called for in five
days from date will be sold nccor-llng to law.
jacou jieiucK, I ouuu masier.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RK-
k? ceived at tho ottioe of the City Clerk,
Pa., until 7.3U o clock p. ra., Thurs-
dav. I ciober
4th, im, to turnisn coal ror too
current nscai year ror ir uept. nouses,
fctat'.on Huuaes and Municipal bulM nir. Four
fropos;i's will bo received, each tobj enc o ed
n a si parato envelope, and bidders shall en
close w.tli each proposal the Hum of tin dol
lars, cas:i or cortitlu I h ck. as a uuaraiui-o to
comply u ith proposal if awarded the con'rs' t.
rroposai jno. i to ne lor lurmsiiiug tne ' urn
Lena' a. Excelsior, Liberty, Nliga a and (li n
er a I 1 blimey Fire Dept. Houses; also the Mar
ket Sir et ttation Home.
PrnoiMal Nu, i to lurnlsh the rrai.klm.
Columbia an I Kairle Fire Dept. Houses; also
Hvde l'ark Station House.
Propostl fto. o, lo furnish the Mnnu-lial
Building and lions s occupied by the C'ry.uL.
Nay Aug 1 hoenix. Hook and Ladder and He
lief Hre Dept. Companies.
rroposai J i'. 4, to lurnisn Aiaer street Hta
tlon House! aid the houses occupied by tho
Neotuno, Century aud Wm. Connell Fire
The city reserves the ritfht to reioct any
and all bids. By order of city Councils.
11. T. LAVELLU, City Clerk,
Scranton, Pa., Sept. 23, m.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF
the County of Lackawanna. Soptembor
Term. 18m. No. 1064.
Notice is hereby (riven that an application
will be made to aoove court on Thursday,
September, 80th, lti!U, at ten o'clock a. m
under the "Corporation Act of lb"4," of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the sup
plements thereto, for the charter of an in
tended corporation to be called 'The Wil
liam A. and Lawrence Colliery Keg Fund,"
the charier and object of which is for
beneficial and protective purposes from funds
collected therein and for those purposes to
have, possess and enjoy all the rights, nenefiu
and privileges of the said act of assembly and
The proposed charter Is sow on file in the
JOHN 11. HARRIS, Solicitor.
ESTATE OF PHEBE E. GARDNER,. LATE
of the city of Scranton, county of Lacka
wanna, state of Pennsylvania, deceasod.
Letters testamontary upon the above named
estate having boon granted to the undersigned,
all nersons liavlne claims or demands against
the said estate will present them for piyment
and those indebted thereto will please make
immediate payment to
JOHN B. SUMNER, Execntor,
SO Broad street, i'ittston, Pa
TN RE: INSOLVENCY OF GEORGE
X Reuowski. No. 3D I. Seotember term lKWt
Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna
Notice la horeby given that the Conrt has
flied Momlav. October 15. 1111. ntU o'clock
a. m. an the tune tor liuiil hearing of the above
named petitioners application for discbargo
as an insolvent ueotor.
E. C. NEWCOMB, Attorney,
RE: IN80LVF.NCY OF THOMAS
Campbell, in the Court of Common Fleas,
No 2W. boDiemtier term. 18'J4.
Notice is hereby given that the court has
Rxed Monday. October in. im. at Do clock a.
in., as the time for hearing the above named
petitioners' application for final discharge as
an insolvent aentor.
E.C. NEWCOMB, Attorney.
INSTATE OF WILLIAM n THOMPSON,
J late of the city i f Scranton deceased.
Lettors testamentary upon said estate
having boon grautcd to the under-
s uued. all iwnons having claims or Co
mauds acainst 1 lie said estate are reauestad
to make known the same to him without de
lay, and all persons indebted to said estate
are reuuestea to make immediate payment
A. B. CLAY Executor,
W. W. LATUKOP, Attorney.
Scranton, Sept. 15, IStU.
TESTATE OF THOMAS MULLEN, LATE
xj oi tue city oi bcranton, county of Lackn-
wanna, btate or rcnnsyiuatiia, deceased.
Letters teetaineutary upon the above named
estate having been granted to the undersigned,
nil persons uavinir claims or uemanas against
the said estate will present th m for navment
and those indebted thereto shall pleaee make
immeuiaie payment 10
THUS. J. MULLEN, Executor,
' JESSUPS AHtKD, Attorneys.
WANTED SEWING AND DRESS MAK
v ing by the day to go out. Address lock
box lot, Li ii n more, fa.
WIDOW WITH ONE CHILO 10 YEARS
of ago, would like a no It ion as hnn,.
keeper or scamstieas. Beit references.
areas n liung, rriDuna otuce.
CITUATION W.'NTf.D BY A FIRST
O class engineer, machinist and rigger, is
well recommendod, must have work of some
description. Address W. ('., Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN
O desires a situation si book-keeper, fix
tiariencsd and good relerences. Willing to
beg.n on small wagea Address J. W. L. 437
SITUATION WAV TED BY A WOMAN
to do house cleaning or i.fllcee, orwnshlng
by the uay. Address J. C, SJ0 Twentieth
street, Hyde Park.
AN ACl'IV 1 MilMl MAN, WITH
good references, of middle ave wishes
employment, yniok and correct in figures,
five years experience aa single entry book
keeper and clerk. Will work for auy wages
that will payboard. Addresi W. a Tribune
O OO tinning and soldering all done sway
' With by the nse of HAKTMAN'S I'AT
INT PAINT, which consists of Ingredl nta
well-known to all. It can be applied to tin,
iif.uim iu, Bum iruH ruois, ai so to OTIOK
Tumbling, cracking or breaking of ths
euinira waian win nrevens ahaniutuai ,
rick. . it will outlast tinning ot any kind by
onany yrars,and it's eost does not exoeed on
fifth tiiatot iheooet of tinning, Is sold by
Ike Job or pound. Contracts taken by
M1UMIO HABtAlANN. 27 Blrob 81
onnolly & Wallace
New Things Opened This Week
Among them are many styles and novelties controlled by us.
Changeable Silk and Wool
Silk and Wool Novelties.
New Persian Designs.
115 pieces TOPLIN OTTO
MAN, in all the popular5
shades, 45 inches wide; a
wonderful cloth that is
worth under the new tariff
$1 peryd. Our special price, 75c.
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here
in Scranton by the
CLEARING SALE OF
A Child's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 0
A Child's Bicycle, Rubner Tire, new 1 0
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 10
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, now 18
4 Boys' or Girls' Bicycle Cushion Tiro,
new (luoown to
1 Youth's Bicycle. Pneumatic Tire.new.. 35
g Victor B Bicycles, Pneumatic Tire, sec
1 Victor B Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire, new 80
1 Secure B.cycle, Pnoumatio Tire, sec-
1 Lovel Diamond Bicycle, Bolid Tiro,
1 Ladios' Bicycle, Solid Tire, second
hand ....V 5
2 Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tire, second
1 Victor C Bicycle, lHi in. cushion Tire,
1 Victor B Bicycle, 1 In. Cushion Tire,
1 Columbian '93 Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire, 65
1 Chainlesa Bicycle, Pneumatlo Tire,
nearly new 100
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn Tennis Racquets at a
discount of one-third
for two weeks.
814 LACK A. AVENUE.
Wm. Linn Allen & Go,
Bay and sell S'oeks,Bondsind Grain
aa New York Exchanges and Cblengo
Board of Trade, either fur cash or on
412 Spruce Street.
f"Looal Stocks a Specialty.
a dul DIUK, Mwi
Owl of ths beat quality for domeatlo ose,ancJ
f all site delivered in any part ot the citj
at lowest prloe.
Orders left at my office,
NO. 118, WYOMING ATKNtTK,
Bear room, first floor. Third National Bank,
or sent by mall or telephone to the mine, will
vwuln nrnmnt Attention.
Kjiecial eontraota will be made tor tne fit
ana delivery ot Buckwheat CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
Tbe Finest la the City;
Tbe latest Improved fur
nlsbirjRi and apparatus (or
kseplng meat, bntter and eggs.
M Wyoming Ave,
Eoropeon Plan. First-class Bar attseheS.
Drpot tor Bergner Kngul's Xannhauaer
IE Col tStb md Filbert Sti, Ptillsdi
Vost dpairabls for resident ot N.E. Penn
sylvsiila. All eocveutonees lor traveler
to and rrom Broad Btrent station and th
Twelfth and Market Htre staUon. Ue
slrabl for risiting Karantonlan and pa
tie in lbs AntliraotU Kegloa.
T. J. VICTORY.
Ladles Who Value
A refined complexion mnstnse Pononl1
der.' It prodooe a soft and beautiful
Covert Cloths, Plain and Changeable.
Domestic and Imported Serges. -
2 A large line of Two-Tone
Former price, $1.
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
Notice is hereby given that auc
tion sales will be conducted daily,
at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m., in the store
of CW. Freeman,Jeweler, corner
Penn avenue and Spruce street.
The sale is positive and no goods
are reserved. Proceeds will be
applied to liquidate creditors'
JOIIX E. LEWIS,
Manager for Creditors.
W. L. Douglas
3.5P P0UCE.3 Soles.
You can save numey by purebaaloc VV. L.
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name ami price oa
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's p'ro6ts. Ouraboes
equal custom work in style, easy fittintr and
weorinff qualities. We have them sold every,
where at lower Drices for the value liven than
any other make. Take uo substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. bom Dy
E. J. LEONARD.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLES AND 6PORTINO
Wrkor. Oendron, Eclipse, Lovell. Diamond
ana Otlier Wheel
SUy be hMden Imperfeotlv b eosmetlas sn4
powders, bat can only be removed prm
Eetsel's Superior Face Bhacii
It vjUI positively remove Freekli-, Tan,
Moth. satioirn, and cure any dloan ot
the (kin, such as
nd renders the skin
l.r.ris. diin.es. and rendersthe skin soft and
beautiful Price l per bottle. or salt at
E. M. HETSEL'Si
- SS0 Lack-. Ave grson?a
3 Only, three pieces. All we
could buy. So, with us it is
. first come first served. It
is a BLACK SILK KHA
DAME, and the price is ' COo.
It's every thread silk.
Opp. Court Hous9.
Atlantic Refining Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In;
niuminatmg and Lubricatin,
Linseed Oil, Napthas and Gaso
lines of all grado Axle Ores
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com.
pound ; also, a large Una of Far
Tsmne Wax Utnaies.
We also handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, tha oaly family safety
burning oil in tbe market
WILLIAM MASON, Managnw
Office: Coal Exchange, Wyoming Ave,
Works at me Brook.
Tea. sir! Wd
have a special
ist here to nq
vou who doe
Sit right dow
and have yourj
eves fitted in
a scientific manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Goods 1 and 2 Commofiwsaltb Bld'g,
Hade at the MOOSIO and
Lafilin & Rand Powder Go. 'a
ORANGE GUN P0WDE(
Electrio Batteries, Fuses far explod
ing blasts, Halety Knee and
ftepaanoChemlcal Co. 'a High Explosive!
K&TABLISilBD 1866, 86,000 IX VtB,
Instrument In Tery sens of the turn
Exceptional in boldlnf then original fubj'i
NEW VORK WAREHOC6B, Ko, 80 Kft
1 15 Adams Ave. New Telephone Bdg.
There are a great many cards,
iphlets, circulars and othct
advertising matter constantly ' being.
distributed among the public.
Not everybody has a taste for rea
ing. Have your printing done in an
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's attention by some
thing catchy and rarely seen.
rL-lr- cbm -am vnim IMF
; ,nt """iwn I niuwitt
is able to please you in every