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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 9. 1895.
. i r Lackawanna Avenue.
r 6-cent Wall Papers,
V J, 6-ceot Wall Papers,
8-cent Wall Papers,
10-cent Wall Papers,
12-ccot Gilt Wall Papers,
88 cents plain Ingrain Papers,
All new and pretty patterns,
Up-to-date In style and prices.
15-cent Holland Window Shades,
On spring rollers.
15-cent Good Curtain Poles,
With brass trimmings.
Our new stock of fine
Interior Wall Decorations
Is the richest we have ever shown.
Room and Frame Mouldings,
Window Shades for
Kesldei s, Stores, Offices,
Staple ant. Fancy Stationery,
v , Mercantile Stationery,
Blank Account Books,
Sabbath School Books, N
Prayer and Hymn Books,
Our Goods Al New and Bright
gc Assortment at Popular Low Prices
322 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton.
Branch: 33 S. Main Street,
And Always Have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Co.
eil Of C0IIH1TS
THE 6EHUIHE POPULAR .
HiVE THE IHITHLS
G. B. &CO.
IMPBIHTED OW EaCH CIGHW.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square.
C. M. Florey returned from Ithact last
Contractor C. R. Kinsley Is 111 at hla
home on Penn avenue.
Donald, youngest child of James Molr,
Jr., Is very slok with cholera Infantum.
Walter Dickson and J. M. Chittenden,
Jr., are fishing for trout in Herrlck town
ship, Susquehanna county.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Schlager, of Haw
loy, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs H. I'.
Woodward, of Monsey avenue, on Tues
day. County Commissioners' Clerk Charles F.
Wairner and City Assessor Yoos wore
angling for trout along the Lehigh yester
day. J. W. Klnsella, of this city, will leave
on business this morning for Philadelphia,
where he will open a branch office of his
Sidney Broadbent, superintendent of tho
Dickson Manufacturing company. In In
Paterson, N. J., on business for the com
pany. A. D. Holland, who has been attending
a meetlnfc of the standing committee of
the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania at
Allentown, returned home yesterday.
James Williamson, Thomas H. Spruks
and Edward R. Conley went to Lake Ariel
Tuesday to Inspect the grounds and make
arrangements for the excursion to that
plnce on Decoration Day by Scranton
ce tie, No. 137, Ancfent Order Knights of
th. Mys"" Chain. They report that the
plcti.c gt tls are being refitted, build
ings repa ed and many Improvements
made that will transform the appearances
of the place and render It more attractive
DATES FOR APPEALS.
They Hnv. Been Fixed by the Count
Dates on which the county commis
sioners will hear appeals from county
assessments are as follows:
Monday, May 13, Lackawanna town
ship, Old Forge, Ransom, Spring Brook.
Tuesday, May 14, Covington, Clifton,
Oouldsboro, Lehigh, Madison, Roaring
Wednesday, May 15, Elmhurst, Jeffer
son, Scott, South Ablngton.
Thursday, May 16, Taylor borough.
Friday, May 17, Carbondale township,
Saturday, May 18, Qlenburn, La
Monday, May 20, Archbald borough,
Tuesday, May 21, Jermyn borough,
Wednesday, May 22, Blakely, Oly
phant. Thursday, May 23, Dunmore borough,
Friday, May 24, First, Second, Third,
Fourth wards, of Carbondale.
Saturday, May 25, Fifth and Sixth
wards, of Carbondale; Benton, Newton,
Monday, May 27, Scranton, First,
Third, Ninth wards.
Tuesday, May 28, Fourth, Eighth,
Wednesday, May 29, Sixth, Tenth,
Friday, May 81, Eleventh Fifteenth,
Saturday, June, 1, Thirteenth, Eigh
teenth, Twentleh and Twenty-first
wards. - ;
Monday, June 3, Second, Fifth, Sev
enth, Nineteenth wards.
One application of Dr. Thomas' Eclcc
tiio Oil takes away the pain of the moot
severe burn. It Is an ideal family lini
A Foe to Dyspepsia
ELECTION JF OFFICERS
John M. Hornbukcry of Scranton,
Elected Vice Councillor.
REVISION OP CONSTITUTION
Large Number of Amendments Discussed,
Stats Divided Into Thrco Districts.
Delegates Accept an Invitation
front the Moscow Council.
The second day's session of the Senior
Order of United American Mechanics
opened at 9 o'clock yesterday morning,
when the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:
State councillor, iHoward II. Holsteln,
No. 35, Hnrrisburg; state vice-councillor,
John 'M. Hornbaker, No. 3S5, Mudl
sonvllle; state secretary, Walter
Graham, No. 109, Philadelphia; ptate
council treasurer, Charles H. Kurtz,
No. "36, Philadelphia; state council In
ductor, M. E. Davis, No. 394, Urad
duck; state council examiner, J. T.
JOHN M. HORNBAKER,
Stuto Vice Councillor.
Fleegle. No. 07, Puncannon; state coun
cil protector, J. M. Atcheson, No. 336,
Cool Spring; national representative,
Dr. K. A. Walker, No. 37S, West Mon
terey. After some discussion bs to the plnoe
of holding the 1S6 state convention,
the honor was finally allotted to Cham
bersburg. The council thereupon proceeded to
consider a number of amendments of
the constitution and by-laws. The
state councillor In his report suggested
the following amendment:
- Amendment to Constitution.
"Strike out section 2 of Article II of
by-laws of State council and Insert a
new article as follows: 'On the regular
election night for officers In the month
of December of each year, each council
In any county of the state shall elect
three delegates to a meeting to be
called by the councils In each county at
such time and place as may be desig
nated by the state councillor, during
the month of April, at which meeting
thev shall elect a deputy for that coun
ty. Said deputy must be an ex-councii-lor
In good standing. He shall have
power to appoint as many assistants as
he may find necessary to aid him In In
stalling the officers of the various coun
cils, but who shall exercise no other
powers of a deputy. All deputies so
elected shall be governed by Article VII
of State council by-laws,"
As the constitution and by-laws can
he revised but one In each five years,
the number of amendments which have
amassed since 18'JO formed a great tasK,
when placed before the delegates yes
terday. Each amendment was dis
cussed at some length, and although
considerable progress had been made.
a large number were left untouched
when the session adjourned at 5.30
o'clock last night.
The delegates accepted an Invitation
from the Moscow council to pay them a
visit last evening, and the majority left
on the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western 6.10 p. m. train. A closed ses
sion was held In the spacious room of
the Moscow council, when an address
of welcome was delivered on behalf of
the local council, and was replied to by
ex-State Councillor Johnson, State
Counlcllor Holsteln and State Organ
izer A. B. Saybolt. An excellent sup
per was served, after which a pleasant
evening was spent, the delegates reach
ing Scranton at 1.30 o'clock this morn
Notes of the Convention.
John M. Hornbaker, the newly-elected
state councillor, was warmly congratu
lated upon his election. The great ma
jority accorded Mr. Hornbaker shows
that the nomination made by the Scran
ton councils was an excellent one, and
that they had selected the best man for
candidate for the Important position of
state .vice-councillor. ., Mr. Hornbaker
Is a carpenter, employed by Contractor
Molr, and has been an active member
of several secret societies In the city
for some years. His residence Is In
Madison township, where he spends the
week end, and all his leisure hours of
evenings Is devoted to the furtherance
of the Interests of the Mechanics' coun
cils and other benevolent associations.
The board of officers have
passed a resolution dividing the state
Into three districts. The member of the
board residing In the east to have
charge of the councils In the eastern
end of the state. The central portion
to the member residing In the central
Bectlon; and the western portion to be
under the direction of the member re
siding In the western section.
The eastern portion to consist of the
following counties: Bradford, Susque
hanna, Perry, Sullivan, Wyoming,
. Nature's Reme
dies of ttimes poor
ly flattered by
chemical and dan
For five centuries
Carlsbad has stood
in the role of
health-civer, and millions have
boen cured by the Carlsbad Wa
ters of all sorts and manners of
diseases. The genuine Carlsbad
Sprndel Salts are "the Carlsbad
Water solidified, bottled . and
placed in every American drug
store, to relieve the publio of
malassimilation of food, flatulent
obesity, catarrh of the stomach,
and gives to all a healthy appe
tite, strong, vigorous flesh, a per
fect digestion. Take no imita
tions. Eisner Ss Mendelson Co.,
Sole Agents, Now York.
Wayne, Lackawanna, Luxerne, Colum
bia, Pike, Monroe, Schuylkill, Carbon,
Northampton, . Lehigh, Bucks, Mont
gomery, Berks, Philadelphia, Chester
The central portion to consist of Tlo
gn, Potter, Clinton, Lycoming, Mon
tour, Northumberland, Union, Center,
Huntingdon, Blair, Mlllllln, Snyder,
Juniata, Bedford, Fulton, Cumberland,
Dauphin, Lebanon, Lancaster York,
Franklin and Adams counties.
The western portion to consist of
Erie, Warren, McKean, Crawford, Mer
cer, Venango, Forest, Elk, Cameron,
Clarion, Jefferson, Clearfield, Lawrence,
Butler, Armstrong, Beaver, Allegheny,
Indiana, Cambria, Westmoreland
Washington, Somerset, Green and Fay
The council meets this morning nt
9 o'clock, and will proceed to consider
the amendments to the constitution
and by-laws. The reports of commit
tees will also be submitted.
BUFFALO HILL'S CAREER.,:
Valuable Services That He llns (tendered
to the Government.
"Buffalo Bill," or to give him his
proper name anil title, William F. Cody
deserves) recognition at the hands of his
countrymen, not only because he has
been a successful entertainer and has
afforded a vast amount of Instruction
through the valuable object lesson Im
parted by his reproductions of wild
West life, but alBo because he has
demonstrated that he sets duty and
patriotism above all other considera
tions. In 1S7C, he received a letter from Gen
eral K. A. Carr, informing him of a cer
tain outbreak among the fcioux, which
culminated later In the terrible and la
mentable massacre of the gallant Cus
ter and his band, and asking him If he
would return to military service. Col
onel Cody, without hesitation, replied
In the affirmative, and waited further
Instructions. One evening he was on
the stage at Trenton, N. J., and during
the first act received a telegram asking
him to report for duty In the West. He
finished the second act, arranged for a
substitute to complete his role In the
play, hastily packed a valise, caught the
first train leaving tho city, and speeded
onward to the front. This fact Is at
tested by Captain Price, Captain Buell.
and others, In books, newspapers and
other publications. The services he ren
dered under General Carr nt that time
need but now be recounted. They are
matters of history which will ever re
main to his credit.
Agsln, the remarkable "Ghost Dance"
craze nmrtng the Sioux, and at that time
he was In Germany. Generals Scofleld
and Miles, and other military loaders,
familiar with the moods of the redskins,
Know that the time was ripe for most
serious consequences. Colonel Cody
was at that time In Alsace-Lorraine
with a band of a hundred Indians, who
were In a state of continual ferment by
the news that they received from time
to time, of the feeling among their red
skin brothers In this country, and Cody
realized the situation, and felt that he
could do both his countrymen and the
warlike savages some service, and pos
sibly paclflcate the dangerous malcon
tents. Without hesitation, and at a
heavy expense to his partner Salisbury
and himself, he closed his entertain
ment rnd put the entire outfit Into
camp for the winter at Benfeldt, near
the city of Strasburg, taking with him
Major Burke and the band of discon
tented Indian warriors, and went on his
mission of peace; he crossed the Atlan
tic and landed In New York, prepared
to risk anything, and to throw himself
to the forefront of war if need be. Send
ing Major Burke on through Washing
ton to Pine Ridge, he Journeyed to Chi
cago and was there entrusted by Gen
eral Miles with the mission to Sitting
Bull. He started from Chicago and
went westward to Standing Rock, via
Bismarck, but before he could put Into
operation his plans for a peaceful set
tlement of the troubles, his mission was
annulled by orders from high quarters,
prompted by mistaken philanthropists,
and the episode ended In the death of
Sitting Bull. Soon after he was ap
pointed brigadier general of the fron
tier militia on the staff of Oovernor Col
by, of Nebraska, and went to the as
sistance of Oeneral Miles, as volunteer
With such a record, the world-wide
popularity of Buffalo Bill Is not to be
The Wild West will exhibit at Scran
ton Saturday, May 11, at the Driving
NEWS OF THE RAILROADS.
Superintendent R. C. Manvllle, of the
Delaware and Hudson company, was
In the city yesterday.
Engineer Van Scooten, of No. 10 en
gine, Delaware and Hudson company,
resumed duties yesterday, after his Ill
ness. P. P. Brown delivered a practical ad
dress at the machine shops yesterday
and was listened to very attentively by
a large gathering.
August Coons, Joseph Ponger, A. L.
Southerland and J. W. Doellner are all
back at the Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western shops, after attacks of
the grip and other sickness.
The bicycle brigade at the machine
shops Is experiencing a great boom and
has received considerable accessions.
The latest additions were Harry Skiv
Ington, John Shopland, Jr., and Moses
The Friday noon meetings at the car
shops which were postponed Inst win
ter on Account of the cold weather and
unsuitable rooms, will be resumed to
morrow, when a meeting will be held
In the saw shop.
A base ball club Is being organized
among employes of the Deluware,
Lackawanna and Western shops and
the movement Is being very actively
supported. It Is expected that a promi
nent official will accept the post of
Engine No. 247 came out of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western ma
chine shops yesterday, having been re
modeled and repainted. Engineer We(
senfluh will resume his old run on thA
same locomotive, between Scranton
It was rumored yesterday that the
local mines of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western and the Delaware
and Hudson companies would begin a
ten-hour day this morning to continue
for a week. For the ipast three days
the coal trade has been at Us worst.
John Armstrong's athletic class Is
forging ahead very satisfactorily, and
the weekly drills In the association
rooms are well attended. The boys,
down at the shops, keep up their prac
tice at meal hours and accomplish some
clever feats for the edification of those
who have not Joined the class.
Why go elsewhere and fare worse, when
we can furnish you with any kind of ve
hicle you want? Patronize home Indus
tries by buying at Blume's repository, KM
Spruce street, opposite Court House.
If you want a good plumber telephone
224X W. G. Doud Co.. tu Lackawanna
NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE
A Itelic of the Visit of Commodore
. Sinrjerly to this City.
PIPERS NOW WANT THEIR PAY
Daughter of James lorrcstcr Injured In a
1'cciillur Manner-Distribution of Ccr
tificntes-John Connolly Injured at
the South Works-Other Notes.
Constable John C. Moran, of the
Twelfth ward, has a summons for
Charles G. Bosar, of Cedar avenue,
which Alderman C. C, Donovan Issued
at the Instance of the members of the
Gormnnla band. A history of the case
Is this: When the Democratic hosts of
Scranton were making preparation, for
the Mazing reception that was paid to
Commodore William M. Slngorly, cx
catidldnte on the Democratic ticket for
governor of Pennsylvania, on his visit
to this city during the last campaign,
Mr. Rosar, It Is alleged, hired the Ger-
mania band to play In the parade. The
band played, but the $:13 that they fig'
ured on for their services has not since
materialized. The county committee
went Into Insolvency nfter the ava
lanche at the polls on Nov 0; the bill of
the Germnnlo. bund wns among Us lla
billttex, and Mr. Rosnr, who engaged
the organization nt the Instance of the
county committee, Is now Bued for the
price of the music. Mr. Rosar, CimHto,'
bio. Moran has been told, Is at Asbury
Park, and the watchful functionary
from tho banner Prohibition ward, wilt
await his return.
Peculiar Accldont to a Child.
The 3-year-old daughter of James
Forrester, of Plttston avenue, was
playing Inst evening while the family
wns oattng supper, and In toddling
about fell on the Moor and her nose
struck against a largo spool, or silk
bobbin, on the Hour. Dr Manley was
called and he found the child's nose
broken and the fnce lacerated. He was
obliged to administer ether In sewing
up the wound, which It required three
stitches to do. It was not certain Just
then whether the child would live, but
Dr. Manloy believes she will recover.
Classes Will Closo Tomorrow.
Certificates will be distributed among
tho members of the classes of the
Young Women's Christian association
tomorrow, as that will be the date of
the closing for vacation. It huB been
a successful term, and Miss Tomkln
son Is receiving the congratulations
that she fully deserves for her hard and
unselffish work. The Pansy club will
hold an entertainment on Tuesday eve
nlng, May 1.4, when any person present
who so desires It can, upon payment of
10 cents. Inscribe his or her autograph
on a block of a quilt which the mem
bers are making to send to a foreign
Brief Notes of Interest.
John Garney, of Plttston avenue, hns
left for the metropolis, where he Intends
to reside permanently.
Tho funeral of the Infant child of Al
bert Pwlek, of Prospect avenue, took
place yesterday afternoon.
James Touhll, of D. W. Humphrey's
pharmacy, and James Brady, of Genet
street, took In Plttston sights yester
John Connolly, an employe at the
South works, was painfully Injured on
the hand Tuesday by a bar of Iron fall
ing on it.
Butcher Johnson, of Plttston avenue,
who Is a humorist and is constantly
getting off sometime new, was launch
ing out last evening Into a long story
about quiet people. He said he wes
willing to wager that ho has the quiet
est neighbors on the South Side. "Yes,
I guess you have," said Patrolman
Ernest Schmidt, as he glanced over the
fence Into the Plttston avenue cemetery
adjoining, and broke out of the crowd
with a sigh.
Meeting of tho Second I'resbytorlnn
Church Last Kvenlng.
A largely attended meeting of the
members of the Second Presbyterian
church was held last evening for the
purpose of receiving reports from tho
various church committees. Rev. C. E.
Robinson, D. D presided and made a
brief address. The reports showed that
the following amounts had been raised
during the past year: Foreign mission
ary purposes, $2,400; home missionary,
$7,400; miscellaneous purposes, $2,520;
congregational purposes, $10,250; total
from all sources, $22,570.
During the yenr eighty' new members
had been received Into the church, mak
ing a total membership of 780. In re
sponse to an appeal made at the meet
ing, sufficient subscriptions were prom
ised to cover a large debt which had
been accumulating for some time.
Excellent music was rendered during
the evening by the male quartette and
A PDBLIC BENEFACTOR,
Professor Manyon's Great Work
- Among tbe Suffering.
Ills Medicines Aro Marvels In tho Way of
Mr. George Lodge, tho well-known real
estate dealer, Third anil Federal streets,
Philadelphia, Pa,, Is not only one of tho
most prominent real estate brokers In the
city, but Is the general manager of tho
new underground system of electrical pro
pulsion, which is destined to supersede the
overhead trolley. Read what he Buys:
'Ever since 1KK8 I have been a great suf
ferer from sciatic rheumatism. There were
times when the excruciating pain nearly
drove mo Insane, and I was practically
helpless. Upon a friend's advice I was In
duced to try Munyon's Rheumatism Cure.
After taking a few doses the pain left
me and I have not had the slightest symp
toms of any return of the disease. I have
recommended this to others who have also
Munyon's Rheumatism Cure Is guaran
teed to cure the rheumatism In any part
of the body. Acute or muscular rheu
matism cured. In from one to five days.
It never falls to cure sharp, shooting
pains In the arms, legs, sides, back or
breast, or soreness in any part of the body
in from one to three hours. It Is guar
anteed to promptly cure lameness, stiff
and swollen joints, stiff back and 'all
pains In the hips and loins.- Chronic rheu
matism, sciatica, lumbago, or pain in tho
back are speedily cured.
Munyon's Homeopathic Home. Remedy
Company, of Philadelphia, put Up speci
fics for nearly every disease, which are
sold by druggists, mostly for 25 cents a
Those who are In doubt as to the nature
of their disease should address Professor
Munyon, 1005 Arch street, Philadelphia,
giving full symptoms of their disease.
Professor Munyon will carefully diagnose
the case and give you the benefit of his
advice absolutely free of all charge. The
Remedies will be sent to any address on
receipt of retail price.
CHILD'S SUDDEN DEATH.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin I. I lynn, of
William, the 5-year-old son of Martin
P. Flynn, of the firm of Short & Flynn,
died at 6 o'clock yesterday evening.
The child had been 111 slightly since
Monday and his death was totally un
The funeral will occur this morning
and tho remains will be brought to Car
bondale on the 9 a. m. Delaware and
Hudson train. The remains will be
taken from the parents' residence, 420
Vine street, at 8.30.
The reason of such a hurried funeral
Is because the Illness was scarlet fever.
NOUTll END notks,
Heath of Patrick Malin.Who Wus Injured
In tho Von Storch Shaft Marriage of
Miss Koto Collins to John Cox,
Patrick Malla, of Perry avenue, died
late Tuesduy night from Injuries re
ceived while working In the Von Storch
shaft, and will be burled in the Hyde
Park Catholic cemetery toduy. A
requiem mass will bo said In the Holy
Rosary church at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Malla was 35i years of age and for
tho last ten years had been a resident
of this place, but with the exception of
his brother, John, with whom he board
ed, he had no relatives In tills country.
A very largo number of friends gath
ered In the Holy iRosary church yester
day afternoon, when Rev. William P.
O'Donnell united In wedlock Miss Kate
Collins, of Main avenue, and John Cox,
of Brick avenue, at 3..'!0 o'clock. After
tho ceremony the couple, accompanied
by the best man, Edward Gallagher,
and the bridesmaid, Miss Annie Carey,
of Plttston, drove to Plttston, where
they spent a few hours with friends.
They returned last night, when a recep
tion was tendered them nt the bride's
home by their many friends. They will
begin housekeeping on Main avenue Im
mediately. The bride and bridesmaid
were handsomely dressed In costumes
of cream Henrietta trimmed with lace,
the groom and best man wealing the
Monday Night's Concert.
The concert which Is being arranged
by John-Stopford for the benefit of fhe
Young 'Men's Christian Association Fin
ishing and Furnishing fund, to take
place In the North Main Avenue Bap
tist church next Monday night, prom
ises to be one of the best yet held In this
place. An excellent programme has
been arranged, which will be published
Inter. Among those taking part, how
ever, are William Stopford, David A.
Reese, tho Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo
club and William Berry, who will per
form on his tin whistle.
Columbia Club's Social.
The Columbia Literary and Athletic
club held their third annual ball In
Company II armory lust night. A large
number treaded through the mazy
waltz to music furnished by Miss
Maggie Thornton. J. J. MeCrane ncted
as prompter. Among those present
were a large number from nttston and
Hawley. The club Is now comfortably
situated In Its rooms in McNally's hall,
on West Market street, nnd Is counted
among the leading organizations of
Its kind In the place.
Short News Notes.
John Evans, of Pittsburg, visited rel
atives In this plnce yesterday.
Miss Margaret Davis, of Warren
street. Is visiting friends In Plymouth.
Helen Bam ford, of Edna avenue, Is
confined to her home by serious Ill
ness. Frank Keehan, for many years a res
ident of this plnce, left yesterday for
C. J. Gillespie, of Oak street, hns re
turned from a three months' visit with
relatives in Vermont.
Mrs. E. A. Knight, Mrs. James Flynn,
Miss Molly Clark and Miss Mary Flynn
attended the funeral of Patrick Galla
gher, at Carbondale, yesterday after
noon. A birthday social to Miss Julia Mornn,
daughter of James Moran. of Market
street, was given Inst night In O'Don
nell's hnll by a large number of her
young friends, It being her eighteenth
The annual meeting of the Lndles'
Aid society, of the Presbyterian church,
will be held In the Sunday school room
this afternoon at 3 o'clock, when re
ports will be read and officers elected
for tho ensuing yenr.
Thomas Jehu will tonight deliver his
humorous lecture on tho subject,
"What Is That to You?" In the Welsh
Calvlnistlc Methodist church, for tho
benefit of Mrs. Hannah Mnrgnns, who
is now In her 87th year. The lecture Is
In the Welsh language.
IF YOU are weak and worn out, or have
that tired feeling Hood's Sarsaparllla Is
Just the medicine to restore your strength
and give you a good appetite. Hood's
makes pure blood.
For a dinner pill nnd general famllv
cathartlo wo conlldently recommend
Tf vntl want nn Anav fl.llno hotr.r
...-j . Ullhjl V CJ
are the people who can furnish you. Low
est prices on best work. Call and see us.
Wm. Ultimo & Son repository, 524 Spruce
street, opposite Court House,
Are you paying too much for plumbing?
Our telephone Is 2242. Try us. W, O.
Doud & Co., 509 Locka. ave. -
We show samples of high grade print
ing In catalogues and booklets The Trlb
une Printing Department.
Belt PinsWhite Metal, 3c and Up
White Metal Belt Buckles, 10c Set
Solid Sterling Silver Bnckles, $1 Set
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
Styles and colorings are
very fine this season.
Let us fix you up a
sample room with nice
Gilt Paper, $5.
have a large variety ot
above at all prices,
as low as
10 Cents Each.
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
I34 WYOMING AVENUE.
REGULAR L. A. W.
Kangaroo and Russets
Corrugated Sole, . . .$2.50 1 Pffl
Finest Line of Russet Shoes
in the City,
$2.00, $3.00 $08
In the Latest Styles.
410 SPRUCE STREET.
GILHOOL'S CARRIAGE WORKS.
Cnrrlagi-ii, Mnsinoaa W.gr-ns. Retmlring Horse
Hhooinir. Pnintintfnnd Upholstering. Won 810,
XI, &a, !fc!o Seventh stront, Scranton, Pa.
SE - S
DR. JOHN HAMLIN,
The Acknowledged Expert to
Horseshoeing and Dentistry,
Is Now Permanently Locutcd
on West Lackawanna Ave.,
Near the Bridge.
Coal ot tho bast quality fop domestlo
ti.w, and of all fdzag, delivered in any
part of the city at lowest price.
Orders Inft at my Office
NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, flint floor. Third National
Hank, or aent by mall or telephone to the
tilne, will receive prompt attention.
Special contractu will be mode for the
l&le and delivery ot Buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Hanufaetnrnd at the WApwalloprn Mills, La
corno county, Pa., and nt Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming Dtstriot.
118 WYOMING AVE., Scranton, Pa
Third National Bank Ball ding.
THOB. FORD, Httfton, Pa,
JOHN B. SMITH A SON, Plymouth, Pa.
E. W. Mtn.MOAN, Wilken Barre, Pa.
ArDtn tor the Repauno Chemical Corn,
faay'a High Explosives,
ROOF TWINING AND SOLDERING
All done away with by the use of HART
MAN'S PATENT PAINT, which conaists
of InfrredluntH well-known to all. It can bo
applied to tin, Ralvanlzed tin, aheot iron
roots, also to brick dwellnir., which will
rirevent absolutely any crumbling, crack
ng or breaking of the brick. It will out
last tinning of any kind by many years,
and It's cost does not exceed one-fifth that
of the cost of tinning. Is sold by the Job
or pound. Contracts taken by
ANTONIO HAiiTMAM. 17 Birch ft.
Combining all the requisites of a fine
Spring Overcoat and possess
ing water-proof qualities.
Carry a man forward an-1 fur ward is the word
in timiiiMts. That's our m tto. Wo push busi
ii'.'sh by moanintx buslti'.MM. To lxr a customer
ut ours is to malco money. Wo make mony
Tor uupo'lvon by making money for our pat
ions. It's tho IjIk values wi Rivo Ihat lirinKS
,ur business u boom. Our stock is always
now, fresh, up t dato and worth buying. Wc
keep goods now ny kopiaR them moving.
4!8 Lackawanna Avenue.
Have no goods except those
made by the most reputable
manufacturers in the United
If You Would See ths Latest
Ee Sura and Gall on TEicm,
Specially Adapted lor Reading and Sewing.
Consumes throe (3) feet of pas per
hour and Rives nn efficiency of sixty
Hnving at least 33J per cent, over the
ordiunry Tip Burners.
Cull and Sec It.
434 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
WYOMING AVE, SCRANTON.
STEINWAY S SOU
KRANICH t BACK
STULT2 i BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
JOHN L HANOI, ENGRAVER,
OFFICE AND SHOP
311 Luck. At. and Stewart's Art Store.
Photo Engraving for Circulars, Bocks, Cata
- Kalf-Tonea and Llna WorK.
L 0! filuuii
m i nt on
sk 81 III
"m cna Very
MONDAY, MAY 13.
A GRAND BOXING TOURNAMENT
( ISrooklyn, N. Y. will meet
Of Si ranton, unci
'(.'lmni)io:i lis, of Australia." will moat
Ot Auntrnllri, and Hfveral otbor
PRICES, R0c.f 75c. 'AND $1.00.
Tfiorsday, Friday and Saturday,
MAY 9, 10, 11, 1395-
im, alijE leoh's
Thrrvt"r!R rompov'il of slxtoon P'niiino
Afrf Am.M'HMins. irivin-r n trno nrrl rtwl realis
tic! r'j'r.wn;ntl'.n uf outhnrn lifo iinmciii
utoly ftr tho War. Nut actors, but natural
hnrn romf'tMaxiH. direct from ltoyou La
Yon Can Lansrh as You
Never Lnushfd Before.
ADMISSION, 10.J0OR30 CENI3.
Children on Saturday Afternoon Only
CORNER UCKL ACD JEFFERSON WES.
Try our best private growth JAVA tm&
JH'CIIA Coffee nnd ha convinced that we
Bell nothing but tbo Purnst nd Best,
Wn receive, diilv FRESH EC1C.S, and
CREAMF.RY BI TTER nut up in 1-pouud
prints. 5 pound glass pails and tubs.
Our Canned Goods,
Fruit and Vegetables
Ar from the best packors; tha ntock In rtv
nnwed every flftron daya in tliis dejmrt
monr. thus insuring you nothing butlreaU
Silfi afentfi for "SISSON'S" BERRIES,
of all kinds, which will be Rent to us daily
from LtiPlumo no toon as tho so anon opens
Wo fnmrjmtee qnink dftlirory of good
from Ail dcpKrlmnnte, houent weight and
measure on all goods purchased.
ALL THE LEADING VARIETIES
PRICE VERY REASONABLE
Also Cabbage and To
mato Plants, and all kinds
Garden and Flower Seeds.
Pierce's .". Market.
The Finest in the City.
The latest improved furnish'
Ings nnd npparatus for keeping
moat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Ave.
Cures Colds, Lays Out LaGrippc,
Cures Incipient Consumption.
Manufactured by G. ELMtN
DORF, Elmiru, N. Y., and for Bala
by the trudu generally.
MEGARGEL & CON NELL,
Wholesale Agents, Scranton, Pa.
CALL UP 3682.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
141 TO 151 MERIDIAN STREET
M. W. COLLINS, M'gT.