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TITE SCEAKTOX TETBIIXE TUESDAY 31011X1X0, DECEMBER 11, 1894.
MURDER CASK GO OYER
They Kill Not Be Tried at the l'res
' ent Term of Court.
A RASH SPECIAL CONSTABLE
lie Used a Shot Gun and Is Now Being
Tried for Felonious Wouuding-Two
Petty South Sldo Cascs-I.awson
Enters o Pico of Guilty.
The second week of the December
term of criminal court opened yester
day morning and the 'Interest of the
public which was aroused In the Bezek
murder case was fully as expectant, as
the first and second cases on the docket
were those of murder. The first case
to be tried was against Joseph Rumln
isky, who killed August Gouse at the
"Ridge," near Archbald. The murder
er was captured and landed In ithe
counlty jail the next day.
The second case was against John
Roatosky, who beat Joseph Clletic to
death with abase ball bat In a bar room
brawl on the morning of Sept. 23. An
other man, Joseph Bldds, was plugged
full of holes with a shot gun In ithe
name cae by Rostosky's brother, who
Is held a prisoner in the Cllotic murder
as an accessory. Bldds recovered and
Is now well. Both cases were contin
ued until the January term of court to
fflve District Attorney Kelly a chance
to clear the list of minor cases, as the
Irlail of theitwo murder cases would in
vllve as much .time as the Bezek case,
Judge Edwards was presiding In the
main court room and the first ease
culled before him was on all day and
not finished at adjournment. Frank
Bruner, an Italian special constable of
Throop, Is the defendant in three cases,
two of felonious wounding and one of
carrying concealed weapons. In the
first case George Polochlck is the prose
cutor, and ' in the other two Joseph
Truthoe Is. Dlstrlot Attorney Kelly
and Attorney K. C. Newcomb are rep
resenting the commonwealth and At
torneys H. L. Taylor, W. J. Lewis and
Thomas J. Duggan are for the de
fendant. They Assailed Him.
Substantially the case la that the de
fendant claims to be a special officer
of the borough of Wlnton and was only
acting as the law permits him to do
under suchl circumstances. He ial
leges that the prosecutors and a nunv
ber of others, In fact a mob, of which
they were a part, assailed him with
stones on the night of Oct. 21 on one of
the streets of the borough, and he shot
Judge Albright, of Lehigh, held court
In No. 2, und the first case called before
him was that of Jacob Boes, of the
South Side, who was charged by his
wife, Lena, with thumping her in the
face. 1 Attorney John F. Scragg assist
ed Mr. O'Neill, the assistant district at
torney, in the prosecution, and Attor
ney George .S. Horn conducted the de-
fense. The charge is that on May 28
last Boes assaulted his wife so violent
ly that she fell on the floor from the
force of his blows. The defense main
talned that she publicly addressed peo
pie on the atreet and Insulted the
memory of his farther, and the prosecu-
tion held that no words can Justify an
assault. The Jury returned a verdict
of not guilty and equally divided the
The next case before Judge Albright
was that of Robert Linn against J.
Reed, charge of larceny by bailee. The
facts appear to be that the prosecutor
last April loaned a bed to the defend
ant, who had Just then entered upon
the matrimonial sea. The understand
ing was that Reed should return the
bed, which was valued at $4, after using
it a month. Up to this day he retains
possession of it. Judge Albright In
structed the Jury to find a verdict in
favor of the defendant, as no evidence
was brought out to show a fraudulent
Intent on the part of the defendant
Any action, therefore, which the prose
cutor could enter against the defendant
should be In common pleas court in a
question of damages..
A South Side Case.
Richard Helbring, of the South Side,
charged with assault and battery by
Peter Allbach, was tried. On July 24
the prosecutor caught Helbring steal
lug mortar from the new Nineteenth
ward school house. He ordered him
away and Helbring struck him. All
bach is a special officer and attempted
to handcuff the defendant, who broke
away. It was a trivial case that should
not have got Into court. The Jury found
the defendant not guilty and placed the
costs on the prosecutor.
A Jury was called In No. 2 and Clark
D. Lawson, the noted bicycle thief, was
called for trial. Fred C. Hand was
prosecutor. The defendant was led
from the prisoner's dock by Keeper
Flanaghan and brought Into No 2 cour
room. He is now serving a nine month's
sentence in the county Jail, having been
convicted at the last term of court on
the Bame charge as the one for which
he was yesterday called to answer that
of larceny by bailee. The defendant
had no counsel and Judge Edwards as
signed B. F. Ackerly to defend him,
After a short consultation between
Lawson and Attorney Ackerly, they
walked before the bar and entered a
plea of guilty. The prosecutor, through
Assistant District Attorney O'Neill
stated to the court that the defendant
had not stolen the bicycle, simply de-
talned it and did not sell it, and he
had no desire to prosecute. Attorney
Ackerly made a plea for mercy, urging
tho respectable position of the defend'
ant's parents, and" that he was a young
man who got away from home and fell
Into evil ways. Judge Albright sen
tenced Lawson to pay a fine of 35 and
spend fifteen days In the county Jail
the Bentence to begin at the expiration
of the sentence he Is now serving.
IIOLLYS HAVE SEPARATED.
Tho Husband Says His Wife Is Infulth
Claud B. Holly applied for a divorce
yesterday from his wife, Frankte C.
Holly, and named Grant Wescott as
The couple were married at Blng-
luunton on June 15, 1891, and lived to
getner until last Saturday.
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Drawing Yesterday for the January Term
Traverse Jurors for the January term
of court were drawn yesterday as fol
lows: Week Beginning Jan. 12.
William Smith, mill hand. Scranton.
W. J. Fisher, engineer, Scranton.
w. b. Anderson, merchant, Bcranton.
John R. Neat, miner, Scranton.
J. L. BeaverB, conductor, scranton.
Rev. George Ball, clergyman, Olyphant.
Henry Woods, carpenter, Scranton.
Charles Rosar, mill hand, Scranton.
Frank Johnson, painter, Scranton.
W. B. Green, agent, scranton.
Michael Corcoran, blacksmith, Scran
Thomas Oerrlty, hotel, Scranton.
Patrick Dempsey, miner, Olyphant.
Ernest Brownell, clerk, Taylor.
Charles M. Maynard, miner, Scranton.
P. C. Winters, farmer, Newton.
Charles L. Van Valln, carpenter, Scran
Peter S. Hamlin, laborer, Moosic.
. D. Stevens, foreman, Scranton.
H. V. Northup, farmer, Glenburn.
Henry Welsh, blacksmith, Scranton.
John Bird, farmer, Jefferson.
John McGuIre, steel worker, Scranton.
Patrick Martin, farmer, Covington.
Charles Hadley, laborer, Scranton.
Dayton Compton, farmer, Jefferson.
A. L. Collins, candymaker, Scranton.
Joseph Altemus, miner, Moosic.
vv: v . Ledsham, farmer, Scranton.
James Kllbralth, shoemaker, Moosic.
Philip Graff, hotel keeper, Scranton,
James Burns, miner, Jermyn.
August Krles, blacksmith, Scranton.
K. Lowrey, farmer, Greenfield.
Evan B. Jones, engineer. Scranton.
esse It. Gardner, farmer, Greenfield.
Albert H. Turner, milk agent, Scranton.
Hubert M. House, farmer, Jefferson.
O. A. Post, miller, Benton.
ames Hess, laborer, Scranton.
ames Miles, laborer, Dunmore.
Oomer J. Reese, gentleman, Peckville.
W. H. Hollenback, clerk, Carbondale.
Thomas Murphy, miner, Minooka.
w . j . McGraw, dentist, Scranton.
ohn Keegan, driver. Scranton.
Daniel Connell, bricklayer, Scranton.
F. L. Sturdevant. salesman. Scranton.
James Harrington, mill hand, Scranton.
John P. Heath, collector, Scranton.
ftiaiK Anuersun, lard inspector, Scran
ton. W. J. McDonnell, laborer. Scranton.
Jerome Yeager, farmer, Madison.
Jumes Graham, laborer, Scranton.
onn r. uaiiagher, farmer, Carbondale.
'rank L. Barnes, stable boss. Wlnton.
John Robertson, foreman, Blukely.
w. a. Muuey, clerk, Scranton.
Joel Thomas, farmer, Elmhurst.
John E. Kelly, foreman, Wlnton.
Week Beginning Jan. 19.
John J. Loftus, druggist, Scranton.
allies McDonnell, barber. Minooka.
Colllce H. Wetherby, blacksmith, Scott.
ueorge Mathews, Inspector, Scranton.
James O'Connor, reporter, Scranton.
Harrison Gardener, farmer, Scott.
Job Moore, farmer, Clifton.
riaiiK n. Halstead. clerk. Scranton.
T. H. Allen, engineer. Scranton.
Joseph Alnsley, jr., lumber dealer,
B. F. Gibbons, barber, Scranton.
P. F. Hughes, agent. Cili'ImhkIrIo.
John Williams, shoemaker, Scranton.
vv. M. tortus, hotel, Moosic.
Charles Oakley, farmer, La Plume.
John Miller, teamster, Moosic.
G. Walter Reynolds, merchant, Carbon
Lester Van Camp, laborer, New ton.
Robert Feeney, blacksmith, Jermyn.
John Blatter, clgarmaker, Scranton.
Thomas Mash, blacksmith, Jessup.
Peter Plutz, luborer. Scranton.
Charles E. Robinson, pattern-maker,
D. K. Oakley.
Anthony Cuslck, merchant, Minooka.
jiieouore freeman, farmpr ltani.in
Joseph E. Donnellv. cashier. Sni-jintnn
Alexander Alkmun, foreman, Scranton.
jonn L-oieman. merchant, Dunmore.
Martin May, clerk, Scranton.
Thomas Qulnn, laborer, Mayfield.
ram nngni, miner, Scranton.
A. F. Hrlgham. farmer. South Ahl
C. R. Hlerllne, machinist, Scranton.
jacou rries, miner, Scranton.
Thos.Vemslon, coal Inspector, Archbadd,
Thomas E. Price, barber, Scranton.
Anthony Mayon. laborer. Scranton.
Joseph Fennls, mine foreman, Jermyn.
juiiies iucAnurews, miner, Archbald.
John G. Jennings, miner. Minooka.
Kuiua J. foster, editor, Scranton.
George ltufus, merchant, Ransom.
E. C. Dran. secretary, Scranton.
Thomas M. Kresge, farmer, Moosic.
Abraham Altemus, clerk, Moosic.
William Ellas, yeoman, Spring Brook,
P. J. Hlckey, councilman, Scranton.
August Frnntz, machinist. Scranton.
William Wlnton, miner, Scranton.
Jesse F. Gibbs, farmer. Benton.
Vv llllam Dougher, constable, Archbald.
I'atricK Higgins, merchant, Minooka.
Morgan Sweeney, contractor, Scranton.
George Treverton, carpenter, Blakely,
Michael McDonnell, miner, Minooka.
John Barrett, mlllhand .Scranton.
Charles Farnham, farmer, Benton.
George U. Carson, merchant, Scranton,
Thomas Shea, miner, Minooka.
Week Beginning Jan. 20.
Thomas B. Rodham, florist, Scranton,
John M. Stewart, gent, Carbondale.
J. E. Kern, reporter, Scranton.
Thomas Nealon, miner, Olyphant.
rairicK aieioay, miner, Scranton.
Daniel FVjley, farmer, Covington.
O. B. Schrcltfer, clerk, Soramon.
John Duggan, merchant, Dunmore.
John Cawley, ex-alderman. Scranton.
Joseph Kennedy, blacksmith, Olyphant.
ievi unit, iarmer, itansom.
William Breck, ax maker, Scranton.
P. 1). Lewis, merchant. Scranton.
Ferdinand Stelnmetz, foreman, Wlnton
P. J. Mangen, hotel keeper. Scranton,
Samuel Davis, miner, Scranton.
S. H. Bailey, clerk, Waverly.
F. C. Erhardt, engineer. Scrantin.
T. J. Jennings, school con., Scranton,
M. J. Kuane, miner, Scranton.
William Henry, laborer, Scranton.
Anthony Hart, baker boss. Mlnookn.
John McCarthy, brakeman, Mayfield,
h. v . Honiater, rarmer, Covington.
O. W. Benedict, collector, Scranton.
T. V. Lewis, policeman, Scranton.
Andrew Kennedy, civil eng., Blakely,
1 (' It' V . . 1, . .
. . lutings, niuiiH-gur, Dcrumon.
W. E. Smith, butcher. North AWneton
Jacob Snar, sr., blacksmith, Serantou
Nathaniel Hallstead, gent, Scranton,
Samuel Decker, farmer. Newton.
Michael McDonnell, hotelkeeper, Taylor,
jaeoo quarter, laoorer, scranton.
Joseph Gleason, farmer, Greenfield.
Michael Morrison, laborer, Scranton.
Samuel Rodgers, painter. Blakelv.
George E. Pryor, merchant, Scranton
Martin Champion, brakeman, Scraitton
John Perry, painter, Waverlv.
Michael Sammon, conductor, Scranton
Martin Donnelly, teamster, Moosic.
C. E. Connor, physician, Scranton.
O. W. Goodwin, farmer, Newton.
John Buckley, plasterer, Scranton.
Ed. Reynolds, minor, Scranton.
Horatio Keller, Ins. agent, Scranton,
Thomas Francis, miner, Taylor.
Martin Ferguson, miner. Scranton.
Patrick Gallagher, mlllhand, Minooka,
Dallas Woodrroansee, farmer, Scott.
George Lugllle, powder hand, Moosic,
vv. r. uourtrignt, roreman, Taylor.
W. K. Purdy, merchant. Carbondale.
Samuel Workhoven, farm., Gouldsboro,
Patrick Dally, hotelkeeper, Archbald,
Charles E. Klntner, clerk, Dunmore,
John Flood, laborer, Scranton.
Sanford Wademan, farmer, Greenfield
Finest line of Davis' Automatic
stands ever Bhown in the city at
Picture Framing at Qrlmn'i new studio
When Baby wai tick, we give bor Cattorm,
When ahe was a Child, the cried tor Castor!,
When ahe beoame Mia, aha clung to CaJtorta.
vVheu ahe had Children, aha gave them Castorl
11 CASES TO BE TRIED
for the January Term of Court
Has Been Made Up
ACTIONS THAT KILL BE HEARD
Number of Them Have Already Been
Passed I'pon by a Jury and Come
Vp for a Retrial-Names of
The common pleas trial list for the
ree weeks term of court beginning
14 was completed vesterdnv. It Is
First Week, Monday, Jan. 1.
Margaret Hughes vs. Dehi
Hudson Canal company; trespass.
H. E. Rlker vs. Adeline T. Smith;
Charles Patchen vs. Levi Snyder:
Patrick Swift vs. Elk Hill Coal and
ron company; wages.
uneater js. Terry vs. L. M. Rozelle:
B. A. Welch vs. Allen Cipar Manu-
facturlng company; Interpleader.
rigie cigar Manufacturing company
s. Allen Manufacturine- comnanv: in
Joseph Gluck vs. Michael Moran: In
Josoph Gluck vs. Marvin Pearce: In-
S. H. Mott, assignee vs. C. P. Jadwln:
James O'Horo vs. City of Scranton;
Peter Cerlnl vs. Roche & Fadden: re
Jackson Merrvweather vs. Cltv of
ocra nton ; trespa ss.
Frank Savlno vs. John Flanaghan
John G. Jennings vs. Valley Railroad
Tuesday, Jun. 15.
C. L. Rice vs. Fidelity and Casualty
company or New York; trespass.
Max smun vs. City of Scranton; ires
First National ba.nk of Snencer. Ia..
vs. Knight. White & Co.: assumpsit.
Enos Flynu vs. John Harrington and
S, 11, Cretter vs. Susan Dale: anneal.
Benjamin Howey vs. James Wilson:
Catherine Campbell, administratrix,
s. William Cougher; Judgment opened,
Sweotzen, Pembroke & Co. vs. P. F,
McDonald and T. J. Gllpatrlck; re
J. II. Gunster. assignee, vs. George A,
Jessup, et al; assumpsit.
itun & t. vs. John and Mary Fau-
Wednesday, Jan. Itl.
J. Kapusclenskl vs. Charles Tortollo;
William Freedman vs. George Spitz;
William Moore vs. James Rowley; ap
Jennie E. Brink vs. Borough of Dmv
Robert Tlnsley vs. Michael Dun
ovan vs. John Walsh: trespass. '
Edward McDonald vs. Mrs. Patrick
O Hara ; appeal.
M. F. and M. E. Ifandley vs. Mary
Barrett, et al; ejectment.
Thomas Monoghan vs. Borough of
Thomas O' Neil vs. City of Carbon
Morris and Essex Mutual Coal com
pany vs. Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Railroad company; trespass.
Second Week, Monday, Jan. 20.
William H. Mw.y vs. Hillside Coal
and Iron company; ejcitment.
Edward Toner vs. Central Railroad
of New Jersey; trespass.
Michael Murray and wife vs. Wlnton
George H. Tryoit vs. John W. Altken
Iron Clad Manufacturing company
vs. Farmers Dairy company; ussump'
Spruks Bros. vs. Catherine and M.
Norton; scl fa.
William Bran non vs. Metropolitan
Lire insurance company: appeal.
F. H. Sllkman and L. F. Silkman vs
John F. Muller; appeal.
v. J. Burke vs. Jihn Seism and L,
M. J. Burke vs. Philander Sihby and
Peter B. Walker vs. Newton towa
New York Bowery Fife Insurance
company v, Fred Thels & Son; as
W illiam T. Davis and George B,
Carson vs. J. B. Shifter, admlnistraito
of Mary A. Oliver, deoease-d: assumpsit
Charles P. Hallock vs. Stroud &
Tuesday, Jun. 21.
George Smalley, et al., vs. Robert
M. House and Arthur Hazen; eject
Grant Tllman vs. E. B. Jermyn; ap
W. B. Christmas vs. Michael Reap
R. Mantner vs. Jacob Bolz; assump
Frank Lesslng vs. Erie and Wyoming
valley Railroad company; appeal.
P. M, Barlow vs. Hunt & Connell,
W. P. Connell & Son vs. J. N. Rice
W llllam McMannes vs. George Cooper
Peter Mulligan vs. Max Phillips; ap
A. E. Burr vb. William Protheroe &
Wednesday, Jan. 2'2.
James Murray vs. Albert G. Stearns
John H. Koch vs. Eva M. Hetzel and
T. N. Hetzel; assumpsit.
J. W. Rice and Eva Slsco vs. J. S
Teenls Lumber company vs. Able
Bros. & Co.; assumpsit.
A. J. Rlblsh and wife vs. Benjamin
M. E. Alney vs. Eliza Brown; inter
Thomas Morrison vs. Carbondale
Traction company; trespass.
Michael Flynn and wife vs. George E
Mary Coleman vs. Catherine Staple
and Bernard Davis; appeal.
Henry Revels vs. Daniel O'Hara; ap
Third Week, Monday, Jan, 21.
City of Scranton vs. Fred Berge
John Davis vs. PeopleB' Street Rail
way company; trespass.
Poncoast Coal company vs. Dickson
City Water company; assumpsit.
Llverlght, Greenwald & Co. vs. T. F.
McDermott and E. A. Barber; assump
Cincinnati Safe and Lock company
vs. M. Al. Dewltt; assumpsit.
Eliza Small, et al., vs. E. J. Ehrgood
Grlffths & Jones vs. Frances Seelcy
D. L. Griffiths vs. Ambrose De Pue
and Gilbert De Pue; replevin.
J. W. Hay & Son vs. White & Murphy
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Lorenz & Koempel vs. James J. Law-
8. K. MUlan vs. Metropolitan Life In
surance company; appeal.
TunlB Lumber company vs. spring
Brook Lumber company; assumpsit.
William T. Smith va. Mathlas Stlpp;
Elizabeth Brant vs. Charles Teeter;
A. R. Cowell vs. Charles R. Pitcher,
Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Thomas Cavanagh vs. Iron City Mu
tual Life Insurance company; assump
sit. B. R. Carr vs. C. S". Wetherill and
Sarah Carr Wetherill; scl fa.
Thomas Coniff vs. City of Scranton;
B. Taylor Lacy vs. Patrick Winn;
George Bailey vs. Dickson City
W. C. Townsend vs. Frank Carluccl
& Bros.; assumpsit.
u. K. Duclos vs. William Haggerty;
Alfred Hlgnett vs. City of Scranton;
Hugh James vs. City of Scranton;
D. M. Jones vs. City of Scranton;
Wednesday, Jan. 20.
William P. Connell & Son vs. Mary
Zlegler and William J. Shifter; scl fa.
M. Hughes vs. City of Scranton; tres
Milton Military band vs. E. C. Deans,
et al.; appeal.
Mechleng Bros. Manufacturing com
pany vs. P. F. Coyne; appeal.
Thompson & Campbell vs. T. H. Hew
James A. Thompson vs. William
J. D. Knight, et al.. vs School district
of South Abington township; trespass.
Fannie Aswell vs. City of Scranton;
Margaret E. Klrwln vs. City of Scraiv
Edward P. Bates vs, James J. Lawler;
RANCH KING AT DAVIS.
Miss June Agnott und Company Give It a
Joseph D. Clifton's company scored a
decided success at the Davis theater
yesterday and last night in "The Ranch
King." The play Is full of scenes and
Incidents of western life and is inter
preted with much humor.
Miss June Agnott does some capital
work and John Morris as Murphy
O'Donovan, a good man on the wrong
track, acts his part well and Marcella
Forest, as he gambler's wife, renders
her part thoroughly. The melodrama
comedy Is good throughout and ought
to attract a large house.
POLICE COURT SENTENCES.
Fred Wllltins, of Dunmore, was ar
rested by Officer Flaherty for entering
339 Halstead court and carrying a
mded revolver and was bound In $500
bail to appear at court.
Frank Hellany, of 156 Meridian street,
spent the night in Jones' hotel and was
arrested by Officer Sloat at 2 a. m. In a
drunken condition. He was sent to the
county Jail for thirty days.
John Henry created some excitement
on Lackawanna avenue on Sunday
night by declaring "he wasfor liberty.'
He paid $4 yesterday morning at police
James Trainer, a cigar maker, en
deavored to pass a counterfeit "quar
ter" at Tlaub's hotel and It cost him $3
when he endeavored to explain before
Arthur E. Sparks, an incorrigible
youngster, was committed In $5U0 bail
to appear at court to answer n charge
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Liver complaint, sick ana nerv
ous Headache, Neuralgia, Dys
ficpsla, Fever and Ague, Scrolu
a, Female Complaints, Erysipe
las, Nervous Affections, Catarrh,
und all Syphilitic Diseases.
E. M. HETZEL, AGENT,
330 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Call and Get Circulars.
The goods are yours at your own
price, if you happen to be the
of C. V. Freeman's valuable and
hih class stock of Diamonds
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware,
as the store is rented, the fixtures
for sale, etc., and Mr. Freeman
positively retires from business.
2.30 AND 7.30 P. M.
Private sales at less than cost
price during the intervals between
COL S. M. McKEE, AUCTIONEER
ineutttAi 30th Day.
producea the above results lo'30 days. It irti
powerfully end uutclily. Cnro when all othen Ull
louuo meu will ri'tain tbelr Ion manhood, and old
men will recover thir youthful vigor by mini
KEV1VO. It antckly and auroly nutoree Nervoue
new. Lent Vlulltv, liupomucy, Nlintly Krauulone,
Lost Power, iUUna Memory. Waatlnit Dlsoasei, aud
all effect! ol aeu-abuae or excess and Indiscretion
which unfltR ono for atudy, bimlnrai or marriage. It
not only curea by startlna at the nat of distant, but
Isafreat nerve tonlo and blood builder, bring
leg bock the pink elow to vale cheeks and re
torlni the fire of youth. It ward off Innanit)
and coniurantiou. main on haying RKVIOtnc
other. It con be carried to Teat pocket. By mail
41.00 ner nackaue. or aix for AS. OO. with a noil
tire writton guarantee to euro or refund
the money. Circular froo. Addreas
'0YAL MEDICINE CO., 63 Rlvor SI., CHICAGO. ILl
tot aale by Matthews Broi., Dr arils'
Scrantua . I'm.
ROOF TINNING AND SOLDERING
All done awny with ty tho use of HART-
MASS l-ATE.M fAlNT. vh rh rans Ut
of InKi-edlents well-known to all. It can be
appueu to tin, galvanized tin, Khuet iron
roofs, also to brick (lwelln(?, which will
prevent absolutely any crumbling, crack'
liiR or bieakliiK of the brick. It will out,
last tlnninc ofany kind bv itinnv von.
and It's cost doH not exceed one-fifth thnt
of the cost of tlnninn. Is sold by the Job
or pound. Contracts taken by
ABi lUMU UAUTJHAJt.iM, W Birch EL
if D..a Air'
J. LAWRENCE STELLE,
134 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton,
HAVE YOUR V WU,,V"WI""
M wacon mm
I WITH I! SUPPLIES.
I ' Hold Fast 1
R iDnhpnilpr S pn
33? I) u Uu uu w Du.
I HORSE in
"A h SHOE vl
WYOMING AVE., SCRANTON.
STEINWAY S SON
KRANICH & BACK
STULTZ i BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
E. His I
Manufa:tnrer of the Celobratel
100,000 Barrels per Annum
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwalloprn Mills, Lo
Eerno county, rn., ana at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
Oeueral Agent for the Wyoming District,
113 WYOMING AVE., Scranton, Pa,
Third National Bank Building.
TH08. FORD.Httston. Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH it SON, Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Agents for the Repauno Chemlcttl Com
pany's High xplosiTes.
European Plan. Flrxt-clasa Par at
tached. Depot for Borgner ft Engle'i
S.E.Cor. 15th and Filbert Sts.,PMla.
Mo.it deslrablo for residents of N. E.
Pennsylvania. All conveniences for
travelers to and from Broad Street
station and the Twelfth and Market
Street station. Desirable for visiting
Scruntonlans and people in the An
T. J. VICTORY,
Maloney Oil and
m to 151 MERIDIAN ST,
f CLOUGH & WARREN,
SUPERIOR TjULL OTHERS.
Also a Full Line of
PROFESSIONAL OAR PS
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. a EDGAR DEAN BAB REMOVED
to Bpruce areet
t. pcranton, ra.
yruat opposite court
DR. A. J. CONNHLL. OFF1CB NX
W. UK .. - ' ' 1 . .1UA
ver Francko 4ru aiore, ReaWenoo,
ta Vine et, Offlce haurai 10.30 to U ,
m. end 1 tn S nil in in an rv m tun.
day. I to a p m.
DR. W.H. ALLEN, omca COR. UaCK
awanna and WaahlDaon avea.) oref
Leonard's ahoe ator offloe, hour, 10 t
ID a. m, and to 4 p, ro.l evenlnra a
reBlaenoet ,12 N. Wauclngton avciua.
DR. C. L, FRET. PRACTICE) LIMITED
disease of the IfJyV, Ear. Noh aid
Threat; otAee, m Wyomtnf av. Real-
eienee, ta Vine atreet. -
DR. L. M. GATES, W WASHINaTOI?
avenue. Office hoora, t tola, m., i.
to t and 1 to I p. m. Realdenoa toa kao
I son, aveauev
JOjra I WENTB,. is. D, OFFICES O
and U CoinmonweeJth bulldlns: real
nence 711 Madlaoa ave.i offloe tioura,
10 to , to i, 7 to I; Buadara 1M to 4,
evenlnaja at residence. A apeolalty
made of diseases of tba aye, er, nose
mm inroat ana rynecoiogy.
DR. KAT, tot PENN AVBL; 1 to S p. ta.:
call 2062, Dla. of women, obstetrlce and
and dls. of chll.
JESSUPS as HAND. ATTORMBTB AND,
Counsellors at law, Commonweal th'
building, WaabiartoD arenua.
W, H. JKS3UP, ,
HORACE B. HAND, I
W1LLARD. WARREN ft KNAPP, AT
toroeya and Coonaellora at Law, Re
publican building, Washington ave
atie, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON ft WILCOX, ATTOR
neya and Counaallora at Law: offlcsa
and 8 Library building, Boranton, Pa. ,
ROBWELL H. PATTERSON,
WILLIAM A. WILCOX. '
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooma 19, 20 and 21.
W. F. BOYLE, ATTORNET-AT-LAW.
Noa. 19 and 20, Burr building, Washing
HENRY M. 8EELY LAW OFFICES
In Price building, m Washington aye.
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-at-Law.
Room 6, Coal Exchange,Scraa
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY"
at-Law, rooma 63, M and 06, Common-
BAMtJEL W. EDGAR, ATTORNBT-AT.
uw. jmce, an spruce St., BcrantoB.ra.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,'
23 Lackawanna ave., Bcranton. Pa.
P. P. SMITH, COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office rooms, M, K and M Common
a R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY -AT -law,
Commonwealth building, Bcran
C. COMEOY8. El BPRTJCB STREET.
D. B. REPLOOLB, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security, tut
B. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming ave., Bcranton, Pa.
BCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Boranton, Pa,, prepares boys and flrha
for college or business; thoroughly
trains young: children. Catalogue at re
quest. Opens September lo.
REV. THOJIArJ M. CANN,
WALTER hT BUKLU
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDEROAH
ten and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pu
pils received at all times. Next term
will open Nov. 19.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT BPECHALTT
In porcelain, crown and bridge work,
Odontothreapla. Offioe 104 North,
C. C .LATJBACH, SURGEON DENT
Ist, No. 1H Wyoming; avenue.
R. U. STRATTON, OFFICE) COAX Ex
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association vril loan you money on
eaaior terms and pay you hotter on in
vestment than any other aasoolatlon.
Call on B. N. CailendsT, Dim Bank
O. R. CLARK A CO..BEEDHMEN AND
Nurseryman; store 146 Waahlnrton ave
nue; gTeen house, 1350 North Main ave
nue, storo telephone 782.
GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BR03.'
JOS. KUETTEL, 615 LACKAWANNA'
avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufaoturer ot
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 126 and 12 FRANK
lin avenue. Ratei reasonable.
, P. ZIKQLER, Proprietor.
W. G. 8CHENCK, Manager.
Sixteenth at, one block eaat of Broad'
way, at Union Square, New York.
American plan, 13,50 per day and upward.
SCRANTON HOUSE, near D.. L. at W.
paeaenger depot. Conducted on the
European plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
DAVIS VON 8 TORCH, ARCHITECTS.
Rooma U, 15 and 26, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER. ARCHITECT. OFFICB
rear of 606 Washington avenue.
F. L. BROWN. ARCH. B. ARCHITECT,
Price building, 120 Washington avenue,
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOn
halls, plcnlca, parties, receptions, wed
dlnga and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue.over Hulbert,! mu
MEOAROEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper baga, twine.
. Warehouse, 130 Waahlngton ave., Boran
CAB 3 AND SECOND-HAND CAR.
rlagei for aalo. Also One elasa Landau.
D. L. KOOTE. AG'T,
1633 Capouse avenue.
FRANK P. BROWN ft CO WHOIJC
sale dealers in Woodware, Cordage and
OH oloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
STILL IN EXISTENCE.
The World Renowned and Old Reliable
Dr. Campbell's Great Magic Worm
Sugar and Tea.
Every box gnrrantead to give satisfaction
or money refunded. Fall printed alreotions
from a child to a grown paraeu. It la purely 1
vegetable and oanuot positively harm the most
tender infant. Insist on having Dr. Camp-.
beU'a; aocept no other. At all Druggists, tto,
BorjTH SrtUHTos, Pa., Nov. 10,1804,
Mr, 0. W. Campbell-Dear Sir; I have
Biv.n uiy bov, Freddie, 7 yeara old, some of
r. Campbell'a Magic worm Sugar and Tea.
and to my aurprlte th'e afternoon about 1
o'clock he paaaed a tapeworm measuring
about Hi feet in length, head and all 1 have
It in a bottle and any person wiahlng to aee
It ran do ao by calling at my store. I had
tried nunieroua other remedlea recommended
for taking tapeworraa, but all failed. In my
estimation Dr. Campbells ia the great.!
worm remedy in exl.tence.
Yours v.rv rennert fully,
FRED HEFFNER, 782 Boeeh Bt
Note The above is what everybody sara
after once nilug. Uaunfactured by O. w.
Campbell, Lauuaater, Pa, Buccoaaor U Do
Johu Campbell A Son.