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TllE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1895.
AFeast of Good Things
'" One Pound of Cleveland's Baking Powder
will make everything in the following list:
20 tea biscuit,
1 chocolate cake,
80 batter cakes,
1 orange cake,
1 ice-cream cake,
1 coffee cake,
1 cocoanut cake,
1 loaf, ginger bread,
1 Minnehaha cake,,
1 apple puddiDg,
- 8 snowballs,
1 cottage pudding,
12 apple fritters,
1 suet pudding,
12 English mutlins,
15 egg rolls,
1 Boston pudding,
1 chicken pie, Or
1 spice cake,
1 Dutch applo
Marion Hnrlnnd, Author of "Common Sens in the ITonsohold," mites,
February 5, 18512: "A like quantity of Cleveland's Bulling l'owder noes
further und does better work thuu any other of which I have knowledge.
It is therefore cheaper."
Cleveland's Baking Powder
Most economical and absolutely the best.
Norrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Ave.
COMMONWEALTH SHOE STORE,
fl SHOES. u- i&SP
It Docs Not Fade.
It Does Not Crack.
WILLIAMS & McANULT Y
I27 WYOMING AVENUE.
So many complaints of irregular
delivery have reached us, which
we have traced to stolen papers,
that we now offer $5 reward for
Information that will lead to the
conviction of any person caught
stealing The Tribune from the
doors teps of regular subscribers.
Today the city teachers, substitutes anrl
Janitors will ba paid by Treasurer R. G.
Miss Sullivan, soprano soloist at Elm
Park church, will assist Reeves Jones at
bis recital on Hay 27.
The Presbytery of Lackawanna will hold
an adjourned meeting' In the Presbyterian
church In Monroeton Thursday at 2 p. m.,
May 23, 1895.
Ai marriage license was granted by
Clerk ot the Courts Thomas yesterday to
William Id. Peck and Hay Goumaer, of
Rev. M. Cameron, of Marcellua, N. Y.,
one of the leading men of the Presbyterian
church In New York state, will occupy the
pulpit of the Washburn Street church to
morrow morning and evening.
The county commissioners ' yesterday
heard appeals from the assessments In the
townships of Fell, Carbondale and Green
field, and today will ba devoted to hearing
appeals from Glenburn, La Plume and
The Tribune Is Indebted to M. Norton
for a sample copy of the May Bookman,
which, like Its three preceding numbers,
la a. mine of valuable and entertaining In
formation about books, authors and book
Auditing committee of councils will meet
Monday night when the bills for lighting
the city building and fire engine houses
will be passed upon and some Interesting
exchange ot opinion from the committee
men mar be expected.
Michael Sturges , of Archbald, was
brought to the Lackawanna hospital yes
terday, having been Injured In the mines
by a fall of coal. His leg was found to be
fractured, and after surgical treatment,
lie was reported to be resting comfortably
The. first regular meeting of tho Good
Citizens' league was held at the Young
jneu . vuiiniiuu imuuiuliuii rooms last
night under the presidency of Samuel
Hlnes, when considerable business was
transacted In secret session. An ad
journed meeting will ba held on Friday
Henry Gardner, a young man 22 years of
ago from Moscow, was perambulating
without a purpose through the alleys yes
terday morning early and was run In by
Patrolman Melnzer. Ha could not give a
satisfactory account of himself and was
remanded to the county Jail for thirty
M. P. Judge, of the South Side, was re
ported In yesterday's account In The Trib
une of the proceedings of the Carbondale
diocesan convention as the gentleman who
Introduced the resolution condemning the
Smith garb bill. It should have read Mr.
Jones, who was. a delegate from a .West
Side temperance society.
The city Christian Endeavor committee
arranging tha details' of the efforts being
made to bring' the state convention of 1890
- to Scranton, is desirous of having sev-
' erai stanzas written to the air or "Banner
of tha Cross." No. 116 Gospel Hymns, No.
S and (, to bp used as a rallying song at
the convention held at Erie In 1895. The
Christian Endeavorera of the city are
urged to interest themselves in such com-f
SHADES HADE OF
? IN ID
12 corn muffins,
6 baked applo
1 fig cake,
1 roll jelly cake,
20 Scotch scones,
1 pound cake,
1 lemon cream
t cake, and
position and are requested to forward the
same to A. E. Sloan, 913 Mulberry street.
Two well-dressed young men, who gave
their names as Arthur Keono and L. G.
Lagranden, attempting to beat their way
to New York, wore arrested yesterday
morning by Special Omcor Uurkln, of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western road.
Alderman Millar, before whom they were
brought, lined each of them $7.
There will be a tienrlhR tnls morning at
10 o'clock before Aldermnn Wright, who Is
sued tho warrant. In the case ugalnst W.
A. Mulnncy, charged with altering the pay
rolls. Attorney George U. Peck represents
tho prosecution and Attorney W. A. Wil
cox, the defendant, who claims the charge
is one resulting from a Bplte action.
The Delaware and Hudson company
will open Farvlew park for the Benson on
Decoration Day, Thursday, May SO. An
unusually line list of attractions have been
secured for the occasion. There will be a
game of base ball between the Keystone
academy and Wyoming seminary teams
and the Mozart band will furnish music.
Superintendent J. C. Taylor and a com
mittee of nine principals of the county
will conduct the central examination of
pupils at Liborty hall today. This will be
the final examination and the pupils re
ceiving an avorago of 80 per cent, will be
entitled upon standing a future examina
tion In theory of teaching to a provisional
Large numbers who wont to the First
Presbyterian church last Sunday evening
were disappointed on finding the church
closed. Thoy did not notice the fact that
a "twilight service" from 5 to 6 o'clock
will, during the summer months, tako the
place of the evening service. The church
was well tilled last Sunday afternoon, and
the service lasted Just ono hour.
Special Officer Bauman arrested a fel
low who was drunk am raising a disturb
ance among the peddlers In tho wholesale
block yesterday morning. Ho resisted and
Food Inspector Thomas came to Mr. Bau
man's assistance: At Wyoming avenue
and Spruoe street the prisoner attempted
to break away and struck the foodi Inspec
tor a blow in the face. He refused to give
his name when locked up.
"The Young Woman In Business" 1b the
topic of the third meeting In the May ae
ries at the Young Women's Christian as
sociation rooms, 205 Washington avenue.
These meetings have been full of Interest
to the large numbers attending them, and
a cordial Invention Is given to every young
woman In Scranton to be present tomor
row afternoon at 3.45 o'clock, when Miss
Estolla, BeVans will conduct the mooting.
Rev. W. J. Ford, pastor of tho Green
Ridge Baptist church, will conduct an In
teresting service at the Young Men'B
Christian association tomorrow afternoon
at 3.45. Rev: Ford was an athlete In col
lege and Is a believer in muscular Chris
tianity. All men that desire to become
strong In the true sense of the term will
do well to come. Music by Conrad's or
chestra and Young Men's Christian asso
ciation glee club.
Now Is tho Time to Buy.
This month when the season's trade Is
at full tide we are making every effort to
please our patrons by displaying tho finest
selection of Dress Goods at popular prices,
Our stock of Wash Goods is complete and
you cannot afford to buy until you have
learned our prices. Our Ladles' Shirt
Waists fit, we believe. This season our
trade In them has doubled. We are show
ing some lines of very pretty Waists at
out prices. MEARS & HAGEN.
Nash's Real Estate Sale, Monday, 10a.m.
Fifteen dwellings, 50 building lots In city.
List your real estate and attend the sale.
Sold at your own price or no, sale. Attend
the sale, see what a chance of advertis
ing your property. It keeps It before tho
public. (100,000 to loan at 5.
Sterling silver mounted belts, $1.46, at
Turnquest's, 205 Wash. ave.
We have a few dlnmond rings, ranging
from H karat to 'A, In weight. Perfect
stones. Pure white color. Bargains at
too each. Will sell them during the next
ton days, as wo need money, for $42.00
each. Call and see them. Turnquest, 205
Piano for Sale.
A high grade 7 1-3 octave piano. Beauti
ful mahogany case, repeating action and
all modern Improvements. No better
piano made. Will be sold very cheap.
For particulars address Box 227.
Ladles' sterling waist sets, 98c, at Turn
quest's, 206 Washington avenue.
Tha finest line of wines, cigars, malt and
other liquors in the city at Lohmann's,
Spruce street, E. Robinson's, Milwaukee
and Felgenspon'B beers on draught.
Drop us a postal or telephone us and we
will call for your 'clocks and other heavy
repairs. Turnquest,, 205 Washington ave
nue. 'Phone, 2552.
For plumbing and electrlo bells tele
phone 2242 to W. G. Doud Co., 609 Lacks,
For 10 Days Only,
Eight-day clocks,' walnut or oak, half
hour strike, $2.69. Every clock warranted.
Call early, as only a few left to be sold at
above price; at Turnquest's, 20S Washing
Sterling silver mounted belts, $1.45, at
Turnquest's, 205 Wash. ave.
Sterling silver belt pin's, 47c, aft Turn-
quest's, 205 Washington avenue.
ZIERT PHILLIPS By tha Rev. Al,F.
Chaffee, on May 16, 1895, at the home of
, the bride's parents on Mylert avenue, In
this city, Henry Zlert, of Freeland, to
&las Phoeba Phillips. . ..-
BURKE. In Dunmore, May 17, Patrick
Burke, aged 76 years. Funeral from the
late residence, Drinker street, Dunmore,
Monday, May 20, at 9 a. m. Services at
St. Mary's church. Interment Dunmore
RECEPTION OF IVQRITES
Held in the Rooms of Robert Morris
Lodge, of West Side.
MANY BRIGHT SPEECHES MADE
Address of Wolcomo by E. E. Robathan.
Rosponsos by W. II. Hushes, of L'tion,
M. J. Jones, Poult noy, Vt.,
and Editor B. F. Lewis.
In the handsome hall of Robert Mor
ris lodge of Ivoritoa of the West Side
last evening a social and reception was
tendered ,to distinguished guests, who
were delegates and attendants to the
Wllkes-Bnrre convention of the Ivorlte
order. About 100 men were present at
the event, which, for genuine happi
ness of spirit, was unexcelled.
In the stead of Dr. J. J. Roberts, who
was to have acted as chairman, of the
evening, John J. Da vies performed the
duties of that position.
The chairman opened the evening's
entertainment with an address, after
which he introduced the first number,
W. H. HUGHES,
Worthy Grand President of Ivorltes.
a song by an Impromptu glee club, con
sisting of Will Reynolds, David Owens,
Ell . Harris, Lewis Howell, Walter
Jones and E. D. Owen. An encore was
responded to. E. E. Robathan then
made a graceful address of welcome,
during which he paid a tribute to Edi
tor B. T. Lewis, of the Utlca Drych.
Following Mr. Robatlian's address,
Richard Phillips gave a novel "bono
shave," Imitating the barber's actions
as hi;, In Imagination, scraped a gen
tleman's face with, e pair of bones, to
an accompaniment on the piano. Emer
son D. Owen recited "The Death of
. Remarks by David Prltchaid.
David Prltchard then said a few
words in a felicitous vein, after which
Art Morse, an artist on the mandolin,
played a selection, accompanied by
Walter Davis. Mr. Morse's part of the
programme was much appreciated.
Eddie James' rendition of "Marguer
ite" was sweet and received the proper
applause. W. H. Hughes, of Utlca,
past grand master of the order, was
presented by the chairman. Mr.
Hughes was received with the ap
plause of those present and, In a few
words, thanked the lodge for the klnd
nesB shown. Mr. Hughes spoke only a
few words, but what he did Bay was
happy and appropriate.
Following in the course of his predo
nessor's remarks, Moses J. Jones, of
Putman, Vt., the next speaker, brought
a loaded battery of wit to bear upon his
hearers, and In referring to his self
Judged unfamlllarlty with the English
language, Mr. Jones, on .that ground,
excused a longor speech. In part he
"The little entertainment which, we
tendered your representative while In
Vermont was only what a true Ivorlte
should do. I have been a member of
the order fcr twenty years and belong
to one of the wealthiest lodges in the
order. I was very happy at the pleas
ant time that was given us at Wilkes
Barre and am confident that If at any
time any of you come to Vermont, we
will endeavor to entertain you as you
have done to us tonight."
Editor Lewis' Remarks.
In introducing that "grand old man"
of the Ivorlte order, B. F. Lewis, editor
of the Utlca Drych, the chairman re
ferred to his excellent speech at the
WIIkes-Barre convention, which was
presented in its entirety In The Trib
une, Mr. Davis said: "What seemed
remarkable to me was the fact that
Mr. Lewis came to this country when
he had not yet learned the mother
tongue; yet, he delivered that splen
did speech at Wilkes-Barre in the
Welsh tongue. It shows us, gentle
men, the possibilities within us."
The well-known llterateUr, editorial
writer and orator then arose and re-
! M. 3. JONES,
Next Grand Treasurer of Ivorltes.
echoed his great endeavor at our
neighboring city. "Brothers and
friends," he said, "I shall say but very
little, but I am very happy to appear
before you to express my gratitude in
behalf of my friends' and myself. Tou
have called your lodge Robert Morris,
and you have every reason to be proud
of him whom you have thus honored.
When Washington, with his hungry
band of patriots, marched up the Hud
son, famine and treachery had plowed
through his ranks. The men were
starving, and families were destitute.
While in these sore straits, Washing
ton sent a messenger to Ttobert Morris
saying, 'For God's sake send me $30,-
000.' Morris was In bed when the ap
peal came. Never hesitating, he arose
and made a tour of his financial
friends and next day, In the afternoon,
tha commander in chief received the
, Plea for Americas) Language.
"Morris, on his credit, contributed
$1,600,000 to the cause of the revolution.
I repeat, you have reason to be proud.
We have an element in our nation to
make good men, to form the best blood
of a country. There Is a time coming
when the finest element in the Ameri
can character will be drawn from
Welsh blood and talent I hope the
day will come when we shall have an
American langungo. England Is a
grand empire and I give It credit for all
It has done, but, gentlemen, it Is a
British nation, not English. Already
we are beginning to speak of the Brit
ish language, and so, in time I hope
that my descendants can talk in the
American tongue." '
In closing, Mr. Lewis asked that his
namo be taken out from the candidacy
for the vice-presidency of the order, be
lieving that he can do better out than
In olllce. He thanked the papers for
tho kind attention Bhown to his speech
and to him personally. After this talk
the entertainment closed and a social
time was enjoyed In the parlors. i
F0U NATIONAL DELEGATES.
Many Lackawanna Republicans Speak In
Favorable Terms of the Representation
Suggested In Yesterday's Tribune.
The announcement In yesterday's
Tribune that frlendB of William Cou
ncil, John T. Williams, of the WoBt
Side, Conrad Schroedcr and Major
Evorett Warren were endeavoring to
secure their consent to be candidates
for selection as delegates and alter
nates from this district to the next Re
publican national convention occa
sioned considerable talk among the
politicians. A Tribune reporter en
deavored to see the gentlemen In ques
tion, but Major Warren was In Pitts
burg in attendance nt United States
court, and Mr. Connell had gone for a
short vacation to his summer home at
Maplewood. From friends of these
two gentlemen, however, It was learned
that both had been solicited by many
eminent Republicans throughout the
county to" consent to the use of their
names, and It was thought probable
that both would yield assent.
Mr. Schroeder did not care to talk
for publication further than to say that
he had been asked to be a candidate,
and was giving the matter considera
tion. Mr. Williams said that while he
was not seeking preferment at the
party's hands, he would naturally es
teem It a high honor to be chosen to
represent the Republicans of Lacka
wanna county in the next national con
vention should they so desire; but he
was content to let the selection rest
The general comment among Re
publicans was that no more representa
tive a delegation could be sent from
this district than the one Just indi
cated. CLOSING EVENT OF SEASON.
Shore Acres Will fie Seen at Academy
It happens all too rarely that the
theater-goer Is offered on opportunity
of witnessing so good a play as "Shore
Acres." This beautiful drama of New
England life, which our ablest literary
men have idealized, was the outcome of
years of thought and labor, and not
until Mr. Heme had spent seven months
of his life In daily Intercourse with the
characters he has drawn, did he think
the play suitable fur production.
In Boston, where It ran for one hun
dred and thirty-eight consecutive
nights, It was editorially commented
upon by nearly all of he leading news
papers. A costly presentation of "Shore
Acres" is announced for the season
closing attraction at the Academy of
Music on Monday evening.
ir yonr waten needs repair bring It to
Turnquest for repairs, 205 Wash. ave.
Woldron Coming to Scranton.
Waldron, the great Canadian horse
dealer, is coming here with two carloads
of the best horses ever offered In this
market for sale. One car will contain
work and business horses, the other will
have high kneo actors, coachers, trotters
and pacers, and some extra line combina
tion saddlers. He will arrive about Wed
nesday next and stop at the Cuslek stables
on Washington avenue, whero they can bo
seen, tried and driven by those Intending
to purchase. This Is the man that cold
sixty odd horses In a little over one hour
at Utlca, N. Y., something never before
accomplished. Of course the fact that ho
handles Canada horses Is what enables
him to make such quick sales. He will
sell them at public auction for what they
will bring regardless of cost or valuation.
When a horse enters the auction ring he
must be sold at some price, win or lose,
and that alone Is what made his sales so
successful whenever he sells. The Canada
horses have a world wide reputation for
their strength and working qualities, as
the are long living and healthy horses.
Among the string will bo some fast ones
with records below 2.30. If you wunt a
horse of any description wait for the
Ladies' sterling waist sots, 98c, at Turn
quest's, 205 Washington avenue.
Ever buy Buch poor linings that the fit
and looks of your dress was spoiled by the
stitching of the Inside fittings. Our lin
ings have quality and they are not high
priced. MEARS & HAGEN.
Plllsbury's Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,500 barrels a day.
Full Jeweled, adjusted Elgin watches,
111.50, , at Turnquest's, '205 Washington
avenue. Call early as only a limited num
ber can be Bold at above price.
If you want a good plumber telephone
2242. W. G. Doud & Co., (09 Lackawanna
Full Jeweled, adjusted Elgin watches,
$11.50, at Turnquest'B, 205 Washington
avenue. Call early as only a limited num
ber can be sold at above price.
of New York city, will be In his Scranton
office. 441 Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day from I In tha morning until 9- In tha
Sterling silver belt pins, 47c, at Turn
quest's, 205 Washington avenue.
The best that money will
buy. Sold only in 2-lb.
E, G. GO URS EN
WHOLESALE AGENT FOR SCRANTON.
P. S. We make a special
ty, also, of Pure Java and
Mocha, roller process.
MURPHY'S SKULL CRUSHED
Hit by. a Stone Thrown at Kim by
. . .Kllliam M. Owens.
PROBABILITY OP HIS DEATH
Murphy and a Companion Wero Forced to
Leave Richard Owens' Hotel at Oly
pliant and William Followed
Them and Threw a Cobblcstono.
Locked In the cell next to Murderer
Joseph Iioschlno, at the county Jail,
and In .tho same tier of cells In which
the two other murderers, Franz Bezelt
and Joseph Rosa, are confined, la Will
iam M. Owens, of Olyphant, who,
at 8 o'clock yesterday morning, struck
a young man named James Murphy, of
Carbondale, with a stone on the head,
causing a wound which Is regarded as
probably fatal. Murphy Is at the hos
pital In Carbondale and Ms exact con
dition will not be known for a few
The affrny happened In a field near
the Ontario and Western depot, but
within the limit of Dickson City bor
ough. The wounded man Is 23 years
of ago and hu been employed as a
stationary1 engineer at the Mayfleld
colliery of the Hillside Coal and Iron
company. His borne Is near White
Bridge In Carbondale.
Thursday night, accompanied by a
companion named Thomas Hart, he
came to this city and they spent their
time until daylight hero. Their purses
being empty, they started to walk homo
yesterday morning, But when they
reached tho hotel kept by Richard
Owens, In Olyphant, they went In and
ordered a round of drinks at the bar.
William Owens Was In charge.
William M. Owens, the prisoner, Is a
young man of 25, and had a tear
stained face when approached In his
cell at tho Jail by a Tribune reporter.
He Is 8limly built and a very mild
mannered young fellow, possessing no
characteristics of brutality, Judging
from his appearance. He was dressed
In the prison garb and would make no
statements at all. But frdm other
sources the Information has been ob
tained that he was taking care of the
barroom for his brother, Richard, when
Murphy and Hart entered.
Murphy caught up a whisk broom
which was lying on the table and be
gan to brush tho dust from his clothes
with It The prisoner requested him
to go outside or desist find ho refused,
whereupon Owens attempted to eject
Murphy. The latter resisted and threw
the brush at him. Owens came from
behind the bar and thoy grappled with
each other. At length Owens, realizing
that he would be beaten, broke away
and ran upstairs to his brother Rich
ard's room. Richard immediately
rushed out with a revolver and Mur
phy, who had followed the prisoner up
stairs, retreated downstairs out of the
house. . .
Owens I'scd o Stone.
The prisoner chased him across the
road Into a field and picked up a big
cobblestone, throwing it. Murphy was
struck and he sank unconscious on the
ground, the blood pouring from an
ugly wound. Drs. Callendar and Lloyd,
of Olyphant, were summoned, and tho
wounded man mas carried a short dis
tance to the railway station. Dr.
Crans was also summoned. The doc
tor found the skull compressed and
large clots on thd brain. The clots
were removed and Murphy returned to
consciousness. ' Dr. Crans bandaged
the wound and Murphy was put on the
11.07 train and taken .to Carbondale.
Ha Is very low at the hospital and
the chances are one in a hundred in
The defendant surrendered himself
to Constable Jesse 'Morris, of Olyphant,
who brought him to the olllce of 'Justice
of the Peace M. W. Cummlngs, on Rail
road street, Olyphant, by whom he was
committed without ball to the county
At F.mergency hospital tho surgeons
performed an operation yesterday
afternoon, after which the patient
FATAL CILM SLIDE.
Patrick Garrett Suffocated Within Sight
of His Horrified Fellow. Workmon.
At 4.30 yesterday afternoon an acci
dent occurred at the Riverside breaker
at Avoca, which resulted In the death of
Patrick Garrett. A number of men
were employed at the culm heap shovel
ing this waste material into the eleva
tors, when a slide of the culm occurred
which embedded three of the workmen.
Two of them were released without dif
ficulty before they had sustained Injury,
but whllo releasing Garrett "another
slide occurred which completely burled
him, and he was suffocated before any
thing could be done to reles.se him.
The body was afterwards dug out and
removed to Mr. Garrett's hlme. He was
5G years of age and married.
NOT UNLIKE SAMSON.
Chip Tonor Makes a Strong Show of
Musclo at tho Police Station.
"Chip" Toner was arrested- yesterday
morning, and as soon as the ofllcers
locked him up and went away, he
pulled oft his coat and proceeded to
break up everything capable of being
Everything New, Late
and Wearable, will be
on display this week.
. Leave your orders with us,
and as early in the week as
possible. The styles will be
right and the prices moderate.
H. LANGFELD, Successor,
324 LACKAWANNA AVE
BEST OF TEETH,
Including the painless xtracttnf
nth by am entirely saw prooaas.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
' Ul SFJUICE SICH.
broken in the cell. He broke the water
pipe, and the water gushed out and
Bpread over the floor, forming a pool
three Inches deep in the room where
the prisoners were confined. Toner's
wrath was not yet appeased; he en
deavored to twist the Iron, grating on
the cell door, but did not succeed. Pa
trolman Johler was acting desk ser
geant, and he had to summon Captain
Edwards and Sergeant (Burke to as
sist him. The three of them had a hard
task overwhelming the Samsonlan pris
oner, but they did and laid him on his
back, hand-cuffing him. to the door and
chaining his feet to the rear of the
cell. They left him that way until even
ing and he cried like a child w-hen Ser
geant Dieter went on duty. He made
all manner of promises to be..quiet and
was as meek as a Iamb. His wrists and
ankles suffered from his efforts to
break the manacles and chains that
Toner Is a powerful fellow, six feet
tall and weighs about 200 pounds. Ho
was drunk and disorderly in Center
street and was arrested by Patrolmen
Sloat and Flaherty. This Is about the
fiftieth time he has been locked up.
He peddles cheap Jewelry for a living.
of Millinery Tuesilay and Wednesday, May
21 and 22, alHO remainder of Bp ring Hats,
both trimmed and untrlmmed, at greatly
reduced prices. J. F. Fuller, 011 Spruce
street, opposite Court House.
Years of experience here and abroad en
ables us to perfectly repair all kinds of
American as well as Kngllsh and other Im
ported watches. All work guaranteed.
Turnquest, 205 Washington avenue.
Low Unto Seekers, Attention.
On May 21 and Juno 11, 1895, the Popu
lar Nickel Plate Hoail will sell excursion
tickets to nearly all points In tho great
West and Southwest, at half rates. J
Moore, general agent, 23 Exchange street,
Buffalo, N. Y. ,.
CUR OWN IMPORTATION.
Wo buy these goods direct from the
French manufacturers, thereby saving
tne importers ana the jobbers' profits.
We give you the benefit of all this.
Tula lot ot goods consults of the follow
Crepo Paper, 8 yards long, 20 inches
wide, for 10c. assorted colors.
1 doz. good bone Collar Buttons. .. .5c
A ( food Nickel Whistle :5c
A Lareer One. like above Sc
Kegulttr 25c. Celluloid Hall 1 Oc
Kegular 10c. Celluloid Ball 5c
Polished Wood Mustard Spoons. . . .3c
4-ltow Tooth Brush, ordinarily sold
for 10c, we sell for 5c
Bit; Line of Tooth Brushes at
10c. and 25c. Each
Genuine French Carmine Ink,
5c. Per Bottle
Horn Side Combs, per pair 5c
celluloid Biae Combs, great variety,
Per Pair 10c
Bone Handle Kail Brush 10c
By fur the largest assortment of
CELLOLOID HAIR ORNAMENTS
we have ever oll'ered, at 10c
It will pay you to Bee these goods.
319 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Green and Gold Store Front.
The Lackawanna Trust and Safe
Deposit Company, 404 Lackawanna
avenue, gives special attention to
SaYlnjs DcpOSltS, upon which
Interest is allowed when- the
same have been on deposit for
three months r over. Interest
is computed and added to princi
pal, semi-annually. By reason of
Its large capital, 250,000, all ot
whicfi has been fully paid, the se
curity offered to this class of de
positors is deserving of notice.
WILLIAM S. MILLAR,
Alderman 8th Ward, Scranton.
ROOMS 4 AND 5,
Gas and Water Co. Building,
CORNER WYOMING AVE. AMD CENTER ST.
OPFK7B HOURB frora'7.H0 a m. to Dp. m.;
(1 hour intermission for dinnar and tuppar.)
ParticQlar Attention Givento Collections
Prompt Settlement Guaranteed.
YOURBUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
Telephone No. 134.
In mi Fnnt tilt Matt Popular and Fnfemd ty
Wararaomi : Oppeslt Columbus Monument,
SOB Washington Av. Scranton, Pa,
W W I'
J. LAWRENCE STELLE
REMOVED TO 303 SPRUCE STREET, SCRANTOtl
From the same first-class
Sheet Music, Music Folios and
Small Musical Instruments
at Greatly Reduced Prices,
20 different style Cheviot
Suits, selling for $5.49
i lot Serge Skirt for $ 2 . 9 8
Selling at - $2.99
- INFANTS' CLOAKS
Handsomely Trimmed Cor
duroy Coat for $3.49
Trimmed Hats will be sold
at less than one-half the cost
$2.49, worth $4-
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT TO THE DIME BANK.
A Good AU-Wool
Clay- Worsted Suit,
Let vour Wagons, Carts ori
Farming Implements look
shabby or fall to pieces for
the want of a coat of
BRIGHT WAGON PAINT
You or your boy can apply:
IT s6mc rainv day and uiakol
them look like new.
It Is a practical paint, rtiado,
especially for this purpose.,
Sample cards and prices at
makers as heretofore.
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