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THE SCKA-TTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 12, 1894.
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Htm. Vary Boberta Detsoted Stealing
. Mn. Miry Roberti, well-known
woman, w arrested ysBterdsy after
noon by OfHosr Conrad Markee for
stealing goods rrom the People's dry
goodi store, on Sooth Main a vena
lira. Roberts ii an a Red lady and
wben on ber minions of plunder wears
a large plaid shawl. Sue was seen
standing in front of tbe above named
store yesterday looking at tbe display
of goods. Sbe picked np a large piece
of unbleached muslin measuring about
forty-seven yards and began to ex
amine It closely.
Then, wben she thought ber aotlon
was not detected, she plaoed it under
her shawl. Mrs. Heal, the wife of
the proprietor, who was in tbe store at
tbe time, caught tbe woman in tbe act.
Sbe notified the elerks, and the woman
was held while an oflleer was being
summoned. The woman was taken
bfore Alderman Blair of the Flftb
ward, but a bearing was waived until
this morning. Sbe spent the night in
the station house. Mrs. Roberts for
merly resided on Swetland street, but
stated yesterday on account of a dis
sension in tbe family, has resided
among soma Hungarians on Jaokson
Mr. Heal has had reasons to inspect
ibis woman for some time, but sbe
Was never detected before. Last week
three pairs of overalls were missed
from tbe place.
A SPOON SOCIAL HELD. :
Entertaining' Programme Rendered at
St. David's Hall
St. David's hall was thronged last
evening by a merry crowd of people
who attended the first social of clauses
22 and 28 of the Sabbath school of the
Washburn street Presbyterian ohnroh.
Miss Hand Sandsrs occnple l tbe chair.
The prosramme opened with a plnno
duet by Mlsjei Pearl Porter and Alda
Atkinson. A reoitation was given
by Miss Helen Long, Harold
Miller recited. A piano solo was
rendered by Miss Lydia Sailer. A
mandolin solo by Daniel Jones created
great applause. Miss Jessie Birstley,
an elocutionist of no mean ability, gave
a recitation in an excellent manner. A
feature of tbe evening was a tableau
entitled "Rock of Ages." Miss Anna
Poole gave a piano solo, and Miss Viola
Roderiek recited. Miss Lydia Sailer,
the pianist, showed her versatility by
rendering a vooal solo. Charles Csdw
(tan recited and a seleetion by a male
quartette closed the sffair. A sooial
was then held, during whloh spoons
Were given away as souvenirs.
Tbe claises are taught by Misses
Bnmhold and Bnrlingolne. Tbe mem
bers ami Misses Lottie Ace, Gertie
"Welsenflne, Lilliun Welsenfloe, Maud
Sanders, Lizzie and Hannah Skerrlt,
Jessie Beeker, Lncy Reitenam, Gar
trade Barrewman, Pearl Porter, Ida
Aoe, Edna Williams and Mattls Wears.
IITTU WEST SIDE NIWS NOTES.
Miss Lizzie O. Thomas, of North Garfield
avenne. bookkeeper for tbe firm of Wil
liams & Company, is ill.
Bezaleel Davits, advance agent of tbe
Haydn Evans Concert company, will re
turn home Europe from on Oct. SO.
Misses Nellie and Laura Nealoo, of
Swetland street, have returned home from
a visit with friends in Stroudsbunr. '
Mrs. John J. Hart and daughter Helen,
of Camden, N. J., are guests at tbe home
of Thomas Mullen, on Thirteenth street.
Tbe Marquette will celebrate tbeir first
anniversary by giving a bauquet in tbe
Marquette building on Soutb Main ave
nue, on November 14.
Rev. J. B. L. Hommedlen, of Orange, N.
J., is conducting evangelical service in tbe
Bcranton Street Baptist church during tbe
week. All are invited to attend. A bap
tism will be held this evening.
The members of theC'yinrodorion Choral
society and Airs. D. B. Thomas' female
choir, will meet for organization this
evening in St. David's ball. All members
are urgently requested to attend.
Marvin G. Eromer, of North Hyde Park
avenue, was removed yesterday to his
home from New York state, where be was
suddenly Btrlcken with apoplexy a few
days ago. Mr. Eromer's condition is
Owen Fltzpatrisk, a resident of Bell
evue, was arrested yesterday while steal
ing a ride on coal cars. He was given a
bearing before Alderman Blair of the Fifth
ward and committed to the county jail for
Harry Watkins and Miss Hadie Snyder,
both of Eynon Street, were married at the
residence of Bishop O'Hara, on Wyoming
avenne, by Rev. Father O'Rourke, on
Tnesday morning. Tbe young couple spent
tbe day with friends In Peckville. Many
beautiful presents were received from tbe
waiters at tbe Valley bonse.
Mrs. John Bookman, of Parker street, is
Robert Davis, of Cooper avenue,bas left
for a short visit to his relatives in Wales.
Miss Mary Ann Powell, of Edna avenue,
and Miss Hattie Edwards, of Marlon street,
are visiting relatives in Plymouth.
Deputy Sheriff Oriswold has closed tbe
procery and provison store of J. W.
Hugan, on Court street, at the instance of
Tbe high water in Lecget's creek last
Wednesday destroyed tbe props of the
cnlvert on Main avenue, but the culvert
itself Is not in any way damaged. Work
men were engaged yesterday in filling in
on the completed side and In moving the
derrick over to the southern side.
A large number of ths friends of Mr. and
Mrs. William Edwards, of William street,
gave them a surprise party on last Wednes
day evening, it being the occasion of their
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sixth wedding anniversary. After an en
joyable evening was spent, refreshments,
furnished bvsome of those present, were
nerved and all departed.
Tbe North End Social club, consisting
of Messrs. John Cox. Frank Miller, John
Kelly and Frank Jordan, held a very en
joyable social in O'Donnell's hall last Wed
nesday evening aims vans rarmauea
the mnslo and John ilulohrone acted as
prompter. One of the principal features of
the evening was the reel and jig dance
contest for a handsome silver medal by
.Messrs, Evans, Dempsey and Ruddy, and
was won by tbe latter.
GENET STREET A SIGHT.
A Broken Watr Pips Lets Loose a
Flood of Water.
Tbe broken water plpe on Qenet
street needs fixing at once in justice to
the residents of Cedar avenue, whose
places are suffering from the volume
of water that rushes down Genet street
and has already left considerable dam
age to cellars and fenoes between the
intersection of Genet street with Pitts
ton avenne and Cedar avenue.
The broken main is on Genet street,
near Prospect avenue, and from that
point down to Pittston avenue the
street is so badly washed out that it
will require a few hnudred dollars to
repair it, and tbe longer the water is
allowed to escape tbe greater the dam
People living on Cedar avenne have
snftVred greatly to the extent of many
hundred dollars. They are making
vigorous complaints that the broken
pipe has been neglected.
HAD A TOOTHACHE,
Queer Actions of a Bobir Man Last
Tbe rough and nneven cobble sida
wulk on Pittston avenue, where it
crosses Cherry street, is commented on
by many who wonder that pedestrians
do not fall and break their necks when
using it; bnt it reraaiued for the oadali
oonduct of a man, whom no one knew,
to give tbespot an added reputation for
travelers to be on tbeir guard.
He was dressed in a suit of gray
olothes that matehed the color of the
around and be squatted himself down
in tailor fashion right in the center of
tbe path. At least twenty persons came
along and stumbled over btm, but be
refused to get up.
He complained of a toothaohe and
said tbe pain would attuck bim if be
left tbe place. He even got kicked and
tossed about, but remained steadfast.
At last some one mentioned tbe po
lice, and that started him. He got np
and lost no time in getting away, lue
man is evidently demented. He wan
very well dressed and spoke very Ir
rationally. SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
ilichaol Walb, of Honesdale, is the
guest or John Lottus, ol 1'ittstoa avenue.
Miss Alice Moran, of Locust street, is
visiting her uncle, Thomas Ceddington, of
Miss Msggie Conghlin, of Carbondale,
visited yesterday with Mm Sarah Uuvine,
of Prospeot avenue.
Tbe funeral of Fred, the young son of
George Zang, of Birch Btreet, was yester
day Held from tbe family residence.
The fourth Quarterly convention of the
second district of the Diocesan nnion will
assemble at St. John's ball Sunday after
noon at a o'clock.
The Sonth Side board of trade will meet
this evening, and a full attendance of
members Is deslrod. The subject of
uniting tbe different boards of the city
will be freely discussed.
Tbe funeral of Bartholomew Snmbrum,
of Palm street, yesterday, was attended
by many people. Services were read at
the Hickory Street Presbyterian church
and Interment was made in Pittston ave
Tbe extent of tbe injuries rsceived by
John Hughes, of Pittston avenne. who
woas stabbed by John G. Movie, is not
serious. Tbe cuts are superficial. Tbo
stabbing was not done in JJumpsey'e
saloon but in the hallway leading to rooms
Miss Diana Cap well of Lake Wiuola, is
visiting in town.
A 2-weeki-old child of P. J. McDonnell
was Imried yesterday.
Otto ;BrcBkler spent yesterday hunting,
and came in late last night loaded witn
Miss Maggie Murphy of the Dunmore
cash store has returned to ber work after
a week's vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of Newark,
N. J., visited Miss Jennie Russell, ou
Blakuly Btreet, yesterday.
John Wlddonflold of Ansonia, Conn.,
who bas been visiting in town for the past
week, has returned home.
The Pennsylvania Coal company and tbe
Erie and Wyoming Valley Railroad com
pany will pay their employes today.
George Scbrauk had the misfortune yes
terday while at bis work in tbe yard at
Jermyn's breaker, to step on and run a
nail in his foot.
The Christian Endeavor of tbe Presby
terian church, will hold a social at the resi
dence ol Dr. Chainberlin, on Bloom street,
this evening. Light refreshments will be
Harry M. Spencer yesterdav brought suit
through his attorney, C. E. Newcouibe, to
recover 3uO damage from Albert Conrad,
of Tbroop street, for Bhooting a valuable
dog belonging to Mr. Spencer.
Tbe sidewalk on Drinker street, opposite
Spencer's abaft, is in a verv dangerouH con
dition. Tbe street commissioner should
attend to it before some one Is bnrt. On
Wednesday people were compelled to walk
aronnd two blocks to go down town.
A large force of men are working at the
foundation tor the Uome for the Friendless.
Tbe site is ons of the finest to be found.
Great improvements have been made this
summer, jaat west of our borough, in lay-
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- iTl 10OK FOR nwl
lng out streets on the hill above the boule
Tbe Dunmose police should see that the
street corners are not obstructed evenings.
jNeariy every night crowds ol men ana
boys stand on the sidewalks at the street
corners of our prinoipal streets, much to
tbe annoyance of ladies. Merchants and
businessmen are complaining of it. Move
on, boys, yon may not mean any barm,
but remember that you do not own the
A VERY ENJOYABLE FARCE.
Charley's Aunt Amused a Large Audi-
anos at the Aoademy of Muslo.
That very entertaining farolal com
edy, Charley's Aunt," had its first
presentation in this city at the Acad
emy of Mnslo laut night.
I be idea upon which the fares was
constructed is very simple. Two un
dergraduates at Oxford invited young
ladies to visit them at their quarters,
expeotlng that tbe aunt of one of tbem
would arrive from Brazil in time to
chaperon the party.
She lid not and they get a chum to
impersonate the Brazilian aunt, who is
fabulously wealthy. Suitors besiege
ber, and in the meantime the real
aunt arrives and is introduced into this
circle of society under another name.
Ubc watonss tbe ecoentrio actions of
her other self with undisguised amuse
ment. . .
After the make-believe annt has ac
cepted a proposal of marriage there
comes ad explosion and the real annt
declares berself. Incidentally fonr
love stories are interwoven in tbe plot
and there are a nnmber of sitations
that are extremely fnnny. The com
pany was a vety capable one and gave
11 performance that was thoroughly en
joyed by the large audiance.
REMAINS WILL ARRIVE TODAY.
Funeral of Ex-yor McKune to BeHtld
Tbe remains of ex-Mayor R. H. Mo
Enne will arrive in this city from
Newberry today at 8 30 p.m. over tbe
Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad.
Tbe fnueral services will be held
Sunday afternoon and will be in charge
of Union lodge, No. 291, Free and Ac-oi-pted
" SUPPLIES FOR TYPEWRITERS. "
Mysteries of tbe Processes for Making Ink
millions and Manifolding Papers.
The manufacture of typewriting supplies
is a first class mystery.- It would Beem
that the making of such articles as ink
ribbons, carbon paper and manifold paper
is hedged around with secrets. The pro
prietary value of the various brands on tbo
market consists in the private knowledge
of processes which are explained to nobody.
Typewriter ribbons of the best sort are
made out of the finest cotton ribbon, which
is bought In largo rolls. They vary in
width from five-sixteenths of an inch to nn
inch and a half. Some ribbons hre cut out
of cotton cloth, but this Is nn inferior
method. The ribbon is soaked in liquid
il k, being subsequently rubbed very
thoroughly In order to distribute the ink
through all the fibres. Finally it is sub
jected to a process of polishing, which
renders it possible to handle the ribbon
without much smut.
The most important point Is the compo
sition of tbe ins, tho ingredients of whlrh
are kept secret. It is mixed with oil and
glycerine to keep it from getting dry. Two
kinds of Inks are used for the ribbons.
That employed for ordinary ribbons con
tains such insoluble pigments as logwood
or prussian blue or lumpblack. But the
ink for copying ribbons must be composed
with soluble colors, usually aniline dyes.
After being soaked, rubbed nnd polished
the ribbon is cut into lengths of from five
to eighteen yards, according to the ma
chines on which they are intended to bo
used. Lastly each ribbon is wrapped in
silver paper or tin foil and put into a paste
board box. However, the nowest thing is
to sell each ribbon wound on a little reel
inside of a tin box. Durability isthe qual
ity chiefly demanded in typewriter rib
bons. The process of applying the Ink re
quires great skill If there is too much it
Carbon paper, for manifolding on the
typewriter, is so dilficult to mako that It is
exceptional to find any that is first rate. It
is manufactured simply by combining
lampblack and undrying oils with suitable
paper. How to accomplish this success
fully is a problem on which a vast amount
of labor and money have been expended.
Manifold tissue paper, such as the press
associations and syndicate correspondents
use for sending out their news and letters,
as many as sixteen good copies being
struck off at a single touch of tbe type key,
is made from the best cotton and maullln
stock. Animnl oil is distributed over the
paper by mnchinery specially made for the
purpose. But as to what kind of animal
the oil is obtained from and bow the ma
chine works nobody outside of tbe business
knows. Washington Star.
Luck In Dropping a Collar Button.
A lady who hud been staying in Albany
was returning to her home in Philadelphia
by way of the Hudson river and New York.
After spending a night on the boat, her
pocketbook, which contained herticket and
all ber money, was missing. She was quite
sure that it was in ber pocket when she
went to her stateroom at night, but in the
morning the most minute search of tbe
room and of her clothing failed to bring it
to light. A fellow passenger lent her suffi
cient money for ber ticket to Philadelphia,
and once at borne the loss of the pocketbook
quickly passed from her memory.
Two years afterward, when again in
Albany, she was summoned one day to the
drawing room to speak to an unknown
gentleman who "had something important
to communicate to her." Tbe "something
important" proved to be tho old lost
pocketbook, which the gentleman bad
just found on a Hudson river boat and
which having in it the Indy's name with
an Albany address he had no difficulty in
taking directly to ber. Tho account which
he gave of the discovery was most amus
ing. While dressing his collar button bad
slipped from his baud nnd, with the total
depravity characteristic of collar buttons
and other innnimute things, bad rolled to
the least accessible corner of the state
room. In the course of his search for it he had
opened wide the half closed door of the
stationary wnshstand and there in a cor
ner, covered with dust and mold was tbe
pocketbook, which must have lain In that
exact position for two whole years. Home
Tennyson did not objeot to homage. Any
form of it that was sincere gave bim a real
pleasure, but he decidedly objected to be
lng stared at. He saw no reason why
strangers should wish to come or should
be permitted to come trooping ovor bis
grounds, peering Into his windows or in
tercepting him In his daily walks. But if
theyeboso to take off their hats as they
passed bim on the rood, that was another
Sir Edwin Arnold says that Tennyson
"bad vanity a noble vanity a proud
pleasure in tbe very notoriety which
brought strangers peeping and stealing
about bis gates to get a sight of him, al
beit you saw 'Private Road' painted on the
first rod of his domain and 'Private
Grounds' inscribed upon the flnit boundary
fence. He did not like tbe country people
to pass him on tbe road without recognis
ing him, and now and then, when a visitor
from afar came with genuine adoration,
he could and would be immensely gracious
and generouB." Cor. Boston Herald.
Want of all hinds cost that much, when
paid for, in advance. When a book ac
count tt made, no charge will be less than
2S cents. This rule applies to all small
want eds, except Situations Wanted, which
are inserted FREE.
Helo Wanted Females.
7 AX TED A GIHL TO WORK IN
sniull family. Address Fostotlice box
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
houio work. Must bn tidy and a good
cook, 618 Washington avenue.
IOR RENT FURNISHED FRONT ROOM.
434 Adams avenue.
LADIES-YOUR NAME SENT ON STAMP
ed envelope will give you stoady work,
good salary. No canvassing. Nettie Harri
son. San Francisco, Cal.
r ANTED -' A HOUSEKEEPER. AD'
dress "B" Tribune ofllee.
Wanted To Rent.
WANTED FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nisbed rooms In private family for man
and wife. Room 5, Coul Exchange
F'OR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON
Madison avenue all conveniences; rent
920. Address X. Y. Z. this office.
yOR RENT 81X ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
T Lackawanna avenue. Address Tbomus
A. Evans, rear UK Luzerne, Hyde Park.
FOR RENT A HOU8K AT CLARK'S SUM
mlt Inquiro of CHARLES SINQKIi, at
Frazo's Store, Clurk a Summit,
HOB RKN 1 ONE-HALF STORE. 1K0
V 1'enn nvenuo. g'10 per month.
tfOH RENT NICELY-FUftISHED HALL
suitable for lodge rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, 119 Wyommic avenue.
MESSRS JONES AND SHELLEY, OF 40
Spruce street, will hold an auction sale
on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock when new
and second hand wagons and ahorse will be
onerea lor sam.
you WANT THIS RELIC RKPRTNT
1 Frank Leslie'H Illustrated Weekly War
iimBirntioim isui-isn'i. two volumes f olio,
tlt.5U; payable monthly, $100. Del vered by
express complete, prepaid. Address P. O.
MOODY, U1S Gibson street, Scranton, Pa.
itT ami -Drwiiru DIUDUTTTU M.f-i.
JJ zinos, otc, bound or rebound at The
1HIBUNK umce. VuicK worlt. Keaaonabl
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Suruco strcot and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $1.60. Uood
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
il aimllcation will be ma le to the Court nf
Common I lens of Lackawanna county, or one
of the law jndses thereof, on Sept. 24, 1W4
at U o'clock a.m., by John T. Edwurda, Evan
J. Williams, William J. Jenkins, John R.
Richards and TliomHS Lewis, under the act
or assemuly or tho Commonwealth or l'enn
.lylvaniu, entitled "An act to provide for the
incorportinu anil reis'ination ol certain cor
noratlons." amirovad the 2!ith of Anil . 1874.
at d supplements Hereto, for the charter of
an intendt'd oorcoration to ba calmd "Hviin
Hark Lodge, No. iiUu, Knights of P.. thias of
me mateoi re insyivanu, tne cnaracior ana
onject oi wuicn is me maintenauco or a so
ciety for beneficial and protective purposes
to its members from funds collect id therein,
and for those nuruoaes to l.ase. do..b:;s!i and
enjoy all the risr.it and bonetlu of said act of
ats 'mhly and Its supplements, bald Applica
tion is now on tile In the Protlionotury's office
ot uacnuwnmia count as oi ao. va, sepMm
ber term, ItSDL
11. Li. TAYLOR,
w. r. Lewis,
Shakespeare and Mollere.
A correspondent . finds these notable
points of resemblance in tbe careers of
Shakespeare and Moliere:
The father of euch was in trade, and nn
parently destined his son to follow his occu
pation, The early education of both was
neglected, and we know nothing in their
after training that conferred on them their
perfect knowledge of good breeding and
distinguished manners. Neither of them
was happily married. Each became man'
ager, author, actor. Each produced n con
sidernble number of authenticated dra
matic works. Each was careless about
publishing his works, or rather objected
to do so, lest they should be acted by rival
dramatic companies. Plays of each were
collected by actors and first published in
a complete form after the death of the au
thors. Each touched up or produced plays that
are lost or of doubtful origin. Each disre
garded novelty, of plot, borrowing from
various sources. Euch disliked his pro
fession. The personal character of each
was gentle, kind, generous. Each had a
profound knowledge of human nature.
Each preferred the idea or matter to the
comparative disregard of the manner.
Each bad a remarkable fecundity and fer
tility of production, Each died at tbe age
of fifty-two. Now York Commercial Ad
vertiser. Marketing In Southern France.
Until you go to an open air market in
the south of France you do not know what
genuine pleasure can be obtained from tbe
usual prosaic proceeding. Just imagine
great, beautiful cherries at eight
cents a pound, strawberries about five
cents a pound, grapes, plums, pears,
peaches, all in the perfection of beauty
and luscious flavor, sold on the same small
scale according to our American ideas.
Green almonds and filberts, olives, mush
rooms, fresh fish right from the waters
that almost lapped the edges of the prim
itive market (for there were but few
booths, almost everything being displayed
on cloths laid out on the ground that sloped
down to the smiling sea), radishes and
lettuce just picked in the quaint old time
gardens on the adjacent slopes, nnd above
all and dominating even the baskets of
snails with a breath of summer, were the
great panniers filled with blossoms whose
beauty and , fragrance would bring tre
mendous prices in this land of ours, where
roses sometimes are worth their weight in
gold. For a franc one can fill a carriage
with mignonette, violets, carnations as
spicy as they are vivid; jasmine, mimosa,
heliotrope and great cream and pink roses
that hang their heads with the burden of
tbeir own fragrance. Cor. Philadelphia
Consolation For General Tarsoey.
Tarring and feathering was onco a legal
punishment for theft. It is said to be
found in the statutes of both England and
France about tho time of tho crusades.
' An Electric Bootjack.
Lightning tore tbe shoe off tbe left foot
of Fred Dreycr, n Chicago railroad flag
mnn. Droycr svtTered no physical damage
Whin 8 Many people are taking and
deriving benefit from Hood's Barssparilla,
why don't you try it yourself t It will
build you up. Hood's tiarsaparilla will
make you strong.
Hood's fills cure nausea, sick headache
indigestion, biliousness. Try a box.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorhs,
When sha was a Child, she oriad for Castorla.
Wben she became Hiss, she clung to Castotia.
When she hadChllttWa, she gave them Castorla,
AT ffl MODS PROFITS
The Red Label ETGHMIE STTTRT nrit ri Rriialrl "Rnanm tli a wicf nowfflr.t Shirt.
of the a?e. Cut rieht and
on the shoulders.
DON'T PAY $2.50 for
for half the money.
Our own brand of Collars and Cuffs. "C. & W. Brand " IB dirTftrant. shanea.
price, 2 FOR 25c, or $1.38
Wa hava annt.har Int. nf
honestly worth $1.00 and
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here
in Scranton by the
CLEARING SALE OF
A Child's Bicycle, Rubbor Tiro, no w S9
A bild'fl Bicyclo, Kabnar Tire, now..... 10
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, now IS
A Boy's Blcyclii, Rubber Tire, new 18
4 Boyg' or a iris' Bicycle Cushion Tiro,
new GO down to 28
1 Youth's Bicycle, Pneumatic Tiro.new.. 85
t Victor B Bicycles, Pnoumatlo Tire.sac-
uml baud 70
1 Victor B Bicyclo, Pneutnatio Tiro, r.ew 80
1 Secure B oyole, Pnoumatio Tiro, sec-
1 Lovol Dlumond Bioyclo, Solid Tiro,
1 Ladios' Bicycle, Bolld Tire, second
3 Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tiro, second
IViotor C Bicyclo, 1 in. cushion Tire,
1 Victor B Bicyclo, in. Cushion Tire,
1 Columbian "ti Bicycle.PneumaticTire, 55
1 Chainless Bicyclo, Pneumatio Tire,
Dearly new 100
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn Tenni3 Racquets at a
discount of one-third
for two weeks.
814 LACKA. AVIM'E.
ROOF tinning and soldering all dons sway
with by the use ot HARTMAN S LAT
ENT PAINT, which consists of ingredl nts
well-known to all. It can bo applied to tin,
galTunized tin, sheet Iron roofs, al so to brick
dwellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or breaking ol tha
brick. ItwlllouUaat tinning o' any kind by
many yearn, and it's cost dues not excoed one
fifth that of i he cost of tinniug. Is sold by
tbe Job or pound. Contracts tnkon by
ANTONIO HAU1UANN, Ul Birch 81
WASTED-SALESMAN: SALARY FROM
start; permanent place. BKUWjn BltOS.
Company., Nurserymen, Hochvscer, N. Y.
WANTED - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our Imp, no puddling. Salary,
$75 per month and expanses paid to all. Uoo'ls
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box Ki08,
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the lato-it aluminum novelties, enor
mous nrotlu, sells at night, delivered free, bo
cure territory. Sample in velvet lined rase
with full information, ll)c. Catalogue fie?.
Aluminum Novelty Co.. 335 Broadway, New
YOUNG WAN WOULD LIKE A Posi
tion in grocery Btore, with tome experi
ence. Aoply 433 Mlrlin avenue.
SITUATION WANTED IX BTORE OR
- oUic s typewriting preferred, by a young
lady aged Ti, well ediicxted. Small aalary ex
pected. Mist W. Ml Dolaware struct
UfANTED-A POSITION BY A YOUUG
v man with good references. Is
i sober, re-
liable. Address B, Triluine nihVe.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GIRL TO
do lit;ht honsowork. Address No. ii Breck
OITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
O g rl, aged H, to do llbt housework or t'
act as nurse girl. Applv to K. Al. IL, I30 West
Lincoln avenue Hyde Park, city.
SITUATION WANTED-TO RUN ER
O runds or office boy. Address T. V., U
it ooslo stmet
7 ANTED SITUATION BY A YOU (i
y man aged SI. Willing, sober nnd relia
ble. Good roforen m, G. K., Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN
O desires a situation us book-keeper. Ex
perienced and good references. Willing to
begin on small wages. Address J. W. L. i'SI
WAN TED BY a WOMAN
O to do honso cleaning
ig or eflices. nrwnshing
by the day. Address J. C, ttJO Twentieth
street, Hyde Park.
AN ACriV 1 RT 111 IF MAN, WITH
good references, of middle ai(e wishes
employment (Jniek and correct in figures,
five years experience as single entry book
keeper and olerk. Will work for auy wages
that will payboard. Aduiesi W. B. Tribune
What is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright
complexion? For it, use Pouonl's Powder.
ta H wnr, Oil, Oar MnolO Remedy will
I. COUI aunil i. a ui.
made right: fit3 tiarfectlv
Custom Mada SMrt.a whan
per dozen. Equal to E. &
t.hnsa Ranta Wrn't.a Blurt
are advertised by others as
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 the Btore
of C.W. Freeman, Jeweler, corner
Pcnn avenue and Spruce street.
Tho salo is positive and no goods
are reserved. Proceeds will be
applied to liquidate creditors'
JOHN E. LEWIS,
Manager for Creditors.
W. L Pouclas
ah 5END f OR CATALOGUE
Yon can eave money by purchasing W. L.
Because, wc are tlie largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the 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 tbem sold every
where at lower prices for the va'ue given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. bold by
E. J. LEONARD.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLES AND SPORTING
Victor, Gendron, Eclipse, LovalL Diamond
and Other Wheel
May he hidden imperfectly hy cosmetics and
powd rn. but can only be removed poruuW
. Hetsel's Superior Fact Bleach
It will positively remove Preokln, TawJ
Moth, tHliown, and cure any diaeoees ol
tho skin, such as l'lmpies, Acne, lilaoH
Iioada, oillnesn and rvndura the skin eoft anil
beautiful Price 11 per hottl. For sale at
E. M. HETSEL'S
830 Ieka. Av. 8eraBtaaa.ra,
around tha nflckr sats wall
wa rmn fit.
a at fAr onrli Tharr sra
their Great Leader at 59c.
Opp. Court House.
Atlantic Refining .to
Kanof actnrers and Dealers U
Dlumlnatiiig and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, KaptHw and Gaso
lines of all grades. Aide Orsas
rinion Grease and Colliery Cor
pound i also, a large line ot Fa
Taffins Wax Candles.
We also handle the Famorts CR0W1
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manage
CfJeer Coal Bichange, WronUag At
Works at Hue BrouL
Yes, sirl Wa
have a special
ist here to tt
yoa who doei
Sit right down
rl T and have youf
I I eyes fitted la
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Booms land 2 Commonweiltli Bli'a
lUde at the MOOSIO and EU8&
Lafflln & Band Powder Ox's
ORANGE GUN P0WDEB
Electrlo Batteries, Fuses for explod
ing blast, Safety Fas and
AepaunoCliemical Co. 'a High Explosive
ESTABLISHED 1800. 0,000 IX VBE,
Instrument' la every sons of the term af
amil ad to Pianos. ,
Exceptional in holding their erJgtaal fulness
fNEW YORK WAREHOUSE, Ko. SO Flftb
115 Adams Ave. New Telephone Bdg.
SSi There are a great manv cards.
pamphlets, circulars and other
advertising matter constantly being1
distributed among the public.
Not everybody has a taste for read
ing. Have your printing done in an.
attractive and novel style.
Draw peoples attention by some
thing catchy and rarely seen.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
is able to please you in every