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THE 6CBANTOH TBIBUNE-THTJBSDAY UOBNDfli. MAY 14. 189(5.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
4 Novel Scheme Adopted, by Former
Serantuniana to Hals Money
for a Noblo Purpose.
Many Wst SiuVrs r-iiieiubr thc-vlsM
of Mr. ami Mrs. Harry V. Kvana. of
t-UUt lJke flty. I'tuli. ! Oil city. nif
Maw ao. ami how they wvr rntfr
tainvU by old ucuaintam.fii. A few
Jays uko muny of tluni rect-lvcd unique
circulars from .Mrs. Kvans annoum-tiiK
that a "(treat Silver Quarter t'ollee
tlon" was ln'inif mail'' for the liquida
tion of a debt ukii the Flint Mehtodist
bl8'oal church of Salt l.ake t'lty. It
also announce that their "collection
baskets ure three feet, handles Loot)
miles Ioiik. collet-tors, :wu. contributors.
4.UU0. amount $1,000." The scheme Is to
raise $l.ouo from 4.000 itersons. Their
K.!neal la in the form of a ihynx? and
is worked as follows:
IIKI.HOXK ANOTII Kit.
"Help one another," the quarter siilil.
As lliey fuddled down in I heir mu.-llag.-bed.
"due iuarter cunnut do much, you see.
Hut I'll help you if you'll help me,
And many und muny u dollar we'll be."
So the quarters came from cast -ud
With rl.u good will und euKer sest.
They cunie droppliix down from very
At first a sprinkle, nml then : rain:
A silver shower, which, Ihoirfh not wet.
Just set ndrltt the old church debt.
When the day for countiim come
First XI. K. chiuvh was ill a hum.
With Hontc, uti.I shout, ami tuner din,
To see the ounrlers rollinu in:
When- the "llnal report" was called upon
The debt was more, than a quarter none.
Each anneal was uccoiniiaiiieil by a
Tturi wistebourd cord, in which the
quarters were to be Inserted and mulled
', to' the sendd. It Is needless to say
that all who received the circulars were
'greatly iileused to respond to such a
noble. Hjipciil for n. ureut rauvt-.v Mr.
and Mrs. KVans have many friends In
this dity,.ami those who have visited
them in their distant home speak In the
highest terms of their hospitality. Mr.
Kvans wds formerly u merchant here,
doing business In Hyde JJurk twenty-
11 ve years-a ro. -
CANTATA THIS EVENING.
Thu dramatic cantata, "Jeothah and
His liiiUKhtcr," will be performed In
the Tabernaele Conirreiraticmal church
this evening by a choir of eighty well
trained voices, ussisted by "Llew Ht-r-
bert, iTufessor J. Evans and an or
chestral. The cust of characters is ' as
Jephthuh, ninth ruler of Israel.
. . , Richard Thomas
; Prophet ; Jacob Jenkins
Flon. .lewlsh'lirlnce . Huifh Williams
Kloii. Jewish Soldier ...John Jenkins
lbznii, Jew IsrusoMier ...i.,..Jucolr JVnklds
Klonl, Jewish soldier ..-...:. ...11. A. Oon.s
ArnoM, a inesseiiKer Thomas Thomas
'Hinp iliiunl Morgan Thomas
ipniifiMiia, jepmnatrs liiiiKhter.
.... .Mrs. 11. U. Kcas-
Aiian, uaiifliter or Klon.
.Mrs. I,l23le Kvntls
' N'uoml, Jewish maiden.. Mrs. Kannle Kvaus
iMirun, malUeii ol (iilead.
Mrs. J. lteilm.'in
num. niuiuen or Ullenu.
.iiiiiaii, miiiuen or (.Heml.
.Mrs. M. (J. Moore
i.ean, uiuiucii or i iilead.
Mrs. F. J. Evans
Chorus of Jewish Maidens, Soldiers und
Hlulllst Miss Jennie Kees
Organist .... r.. Howell U. Reese
lonuiictor h. A. Jonos
.ManuKcr , Kichard E. Thomas
Chairman Thomas J. Levis
The participants have been hard at
worn preparing for this musical treat
and an enjoyable entertainment Is an
tlcipated as a result.
Mr. and Mrs. in-njitiiiiii Jakes, of.
Fourteenth street, entertained a lurtre
lany or menus at their home on Tues
day evening in honor of their duimhtrr,
MiSM ilunnah Jakes.
The West Side board of trade will
bunuuet next week.
Alts. Frank Case, of ('lurks Summit,
spent the loieiiurt of tile week with
her sister on North Sunnier avenue.
The tilth weddiiiK-nnniversary of Mr.
und Mrs. Uenjnmlii Anthony was cele
brated, by muny friends ut their North
Main avenue home mi Tuesduy even
"Our Woman's Pa er" Will be on sals
this motnliiB ut Lut'ier Keller's, Clarke
Hrothers. Shryer's drug store, Morgan
, & .company, Jenkins & Musgrave,
v Helers, York & compuny, and Ui URglst
I J. M. Jones. Muny prominent young
ladies will "carry routes" to those ul
reudy subscribed for.
Miss Cora Storm, of South Main ave
nue, is recovering from a long Illness.
The choir of the Jackson Street Hap
tlst church will hold u Moclul und enter,
tainment on the evening of Memoriul
The Willing Workers of the Reran tun
Street Uai.tlst church will entertain
The anniversary or Martha Washing
ton chuptvr.Jodge of the Eastern Star,
WHAT ABOUT YOUR
$8, $10, $12,
it- 1 ii i ' .... ' 1 -.vv.
' 7 1 '.
f A 'hi
" ' "Square Dialing Clothiers,
of tlj? Stibtirbs.
necursthia evening, and the member
win ooserve u witn an enieriuuioiem.
UefresJimeuts will be served.
n'l..i . 1 ikd Vlellilttf III
South Main avenue and Luaerne street
is apiuircnt again, but no damage naa
resulted from the tissures.
The funeral of the lute Edmund Hos
kins. will iM--ur thlsafternooii from the
family resrdence. a Fourteenth street.
Members of the Oraml Army ol uie
I.....11V.II.. ..Ill iiftim! Interment Will
lie made ill Forest Hill cemetery.
A seveii-uiontns-oiu cnnil 01 air. aim
Mrs. 11. M. Ulsblng. of Chestnut street.
uu t.itfl.wl iti VVuuhliiirn street ceme
tery yesterday afternoon. Kev. J. B.
Sweet, of the Simpson Methodist Epis
copal church, otliclated.
The Sumner Avenue Presbyterian
church choir will perform that beauti
ful ei-Miorlo cantata cntllleu ueinie
hem" by Hoot, on Friday evening. June
f.. The choir will be assisted by the
best talent in the city. Future an
nounciinent will be made with full par
ticulars. Those who have tickets of the
fair held recently will bear in mind
that they are good for this oratorio
The gentlemen Interested in tile or
gantlititton of a West Side Hlcycle club
will meet this evening in the rooms of
the Colonial club, Mears hall, at 7.30
M I-' SinHwa i.f tlie Truth, will
speuk on "Pennsylvania A (treat Com
monwealth" at the meeting or Silurian
lodge, on Friday evening. May ...
Services tonight, 7.M) o'clock, at St.
Murk's Lutheran church. Fourteenth
and Washburn streets. A speclul ser
mon on "The Ascension" will b
preached by the pastor, Kev. A. L.
nest Side rttislncs Directors.
FLOIUST-Cut flowers and funeral de
sign a specialty. Floral figures, useful
as gift, at 101 South Main avenue. Har
riet J. Davis, florist.
PHOTOOitArHER-Oahtnet Photos. 1140
per dozen. They are Jurt lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at 8tarner'
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
venue. .' ' .
SECONti HAND FTTRNITTJRE Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture.
Stoves. Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. C. King, 104 and UXtt Jack
Frank Miller, of Mnry street, left
Tuesday night 011 the 12.10 train for
Iowa, where he will make his future
Mr. Anderson, a machinist employed
at the Ulcknou -slmft. while engaged
Inst Tuesday In llxlxng some machinery
around the breuker, slipped und fell
from a considerable height, seriously
Fred Lewis, Frank Pedrlck and John
Jervis. returned -from a lishlng expeui
lion yesterday morning. They succeed
ed iniutfehlng 147 uf Uie.wlly trout.
.'Annlt Tliomos;'the well known mull
currier 'of William street, who was
taken sick a few days ago, Is slowly
Improving. Ur. Sutvth is in attendance.
Mr. nhd Mrs. (Seorge H. Oickerson
are visiting at the home of Mr. lick-
crson's iti rents in Flanders, M. J.
A iarr' of young people from this
part of tile city will visit the steel mills
John Duda and Annie Conley were
married by Father O'Donnel at the
Ibdy Uosury church yesterday morn
ing. Miss Anna Hurt acted as brides
maid and John Snllskl us best man,
Lust evening at Company h urmory
the Crystal Literary and Dramatic
club produced the stirring and sensa
tion four-act melodrama entitled "The
Hidden Hand." It reqliireu twenty
three persons to till the-cast. The club
hud been rehearsing this play for more
than two months und those who at
tended were agreeably surprised ut the
excellent portrayal of each character.
John Harrington wus arrested venter
day afternoon 011 a warrant Issued by
Alderman Fidler at the instance of
William Klchmond's teamster. When
arraigned before Alderman Fidler he
was discharged after paying the costs.
After the ceremony was performed they
left for Pursons, where they will siicnd
u. few duys visiting friends. They will
make their home on Welles street.
J. J. Kutie, of Huston, Is visiting rela
tives on I 01k well street.
Anthony Kane, of Itockwell street
returned home yesterduy morning from
St. Louis, where he has spent the jiust
Roderick Powell, of Carbondale, cir-
cuiaiea among ."Norm Kud friends yes
terday. A large delegation of Ivor lies irom
this end attended the national conven
tion of their order held at Ulyphant
.When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
When alio wus a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When sue became II lss, she vluug to Castorla,
Wlieu she bud Children, she guveUieui Castorla,
- You need it right away.
have the finest and
largest line of Spring
in the city to choose
We've dark suits for
who like sober col
blue and black and
have, also, some
and Plaids ranging in price
Hatters and Turnkhari'
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Ono Mother Staves Her Daughter Frosi
Belag Banted to Death and Aaother
Saves Her Child From Drowalag.
Mrs. Patrick Rafter, of Crown ave
nue, was Dalnfullv burned on the hands
Tuesday afternoon while stripping the
burning clothes from her little daugn
ter. who went out 011 the street to de
stroy a bundle of wastepaper and whose
apron Ignited from the blase. Assist
ance came 'from the neighbors and be
fore the girl was seriously burned t,he
fire was extinguished.
Mrs. Rafter's hands suffered the most.
but there Is nothing serious the matter
with her. She will be well in a few
weeks. The little girl was not very
painfully burned, owing to the promot
manner in which she was rescued.
FELL INTO A WASH TL'B.
The S-year-old daughter of Mr: and
Mrs. George Hess, of Ulrch street,
tumbled into a wash tub tilled with
water yesterday morning and was very
nearly drowned. Dr. J. A. Mauley was
sent for, and by prompt application of
a rolling pin until he arrived, she was
kept alive. Mrs. Hess arrived In the
kitchen In time to save the child from
FUNERAL OF MRS. J. fX HEWITT.
The funeral of Mrs. J. Q. Hewitt, of
rHtrifiin nvfiiiie was hflfi vestprdaV
afternoon at si o'clock and it was a
large one. Kev. J. u. naee, pasior 01
Cedar Avenue Methodist Episcopal
church, conducted services at the house
and the remains were borne to the
church, where services were also held.
There were muny beautiful floral tri
butes. Interment was made In Dun-
SHORTER PARAGRAPHS OF NEWS.
Patrolman Martin Flaherty is on his
The funeral of Janet. 6-year-old
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Charles
Mingle, of South Wyoming avenue, was
held yesterday morning. Services were
conducted at 10 o'clock at Cedar Ave
nue Methodist Episcopal church and
Interment was made In Pittston avenue
Hugh Otlmore, of Stafford avenue, is
very seriously 111 of Injuries sustained
a week ago.
Miss Kate Jones, of Providence, is
very 111 ut the home of Mrs. Ueorge
Harvey, of Deacon street.
Miss Surah Warren, of Honesdale, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Agnes Cobb, of
Effle. the only daughter of F. S. Hen
nett. of Cupouse avenue, Is at the point
Class No. 6 of the Evangelical Sun
duy school, will hold an Ice cream so
cial at 1J71 Cupouse avenue this even
ing. The proceeds nre to go toward
buying new books for the Sunduy school
Miss Lillian Urooks. of Capouse uve
nue, Is very III with pneumonia.
"Our Woman's Puper" is on sale at
Howell's drug store.
Mrs. William Redding, of Grove
street, spent Tuesday with friends and
relatives at Peckvllle.
A large delegation from the Junior
Order United American Mechanics
fent to Hawley on Tuesduy evening,
where u new lodge was organized.
William Sansenbarry Is having his
residence on Cherry street re-palnted
Tonight the Men's guild of St. Mark'a
mission will hold an entertainment In
the Episcopal church, after which re
freshments will be served. All ure
cordially Invited to attend.
The pupils of the high school went to
liuld Mount yesterday, where they
spent a delightful day plciilclng.
(iurtleki Anguin, who has been dan
gerously III for the past two weeks at
his home on lllakely street, was on
Tuesday operated upon by Drs. Weh
lau. Winters und Hrown. and hopes are
now entertained of his recovery.
Ueorge Merrimun has returned home
from Albany, where he has been at
The grand carnival of nations which
will be held In the Loyal Legion hull,
opened very auspiciously lust evening,
when "A Pennsylvania Kid," u mili
tary comedy-drama, was presented by
members of the Legion. It wus wit
nessed by a good sized audience, who
were well pleused with the production.
It will be continued tonight und tomor
row evenings, und us the cause is a
very worthy one, the erection of u
drinking fountain ut the corners, it
should be well putronlzed.
John Wulsh, son of Huckster John
Walsh, of Otlmore avenue, Is seriously
The O'Counell council, Young Men's
Institute, will hold Its regular meet
ing tonight. "
Supervisor Fern has a corps of men
engaged repulring the main thorough
fare. M. Judge, P. Mangun and John Flan
nery were visitors in Wilkes-Barre
The Ureenwood Blues would like to
nrrunge a game with the base ball
team of the St. Joseph society. W. Klv
John and Herman Shnmrock were
sent to the county juil on Tuesday by
Mrs. Funk, of Philadelphia, is slt
Ing her son. Rev. W. G. Funk.
Hollo Shotwell is improving from his
Mrs. William Tlnklepaugh spent Mon
day with her sister, Mrs. Ferguson, of
Avoca, who left on that day for Colo
rado, where she will make her future
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Penn, of Duryea, was Interred In Marcy
cemetery on Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Santee were call
ing on friends in Wilkes-Bur re this
At the regular meeting of the school
Iwurd on Monday evening it waa decid
ed to close the schools with a nine
Stephen, the 9-year-old son of Mrs.
Hattte Carey, of Duryea, died at his
home on Tuesday morning. About five
weeks ago he was bitten by a dog and
after a few days, he was sent to the
Pasleur Institute In New York. A few
daya ago he returned home evidently
having received no benefit from the
treatment. Doctors say his death was
caused by spinal disease rather than
from the dog bite. An examination will
be made. The funeral will be held in
the Brick church on Thursday after
noon at 2 o'clock.
LEO APPRAISED AT $3R,000.
Heavy Verdict Returned Against the
Lynn and Boston Street Hallway.
Boston, May 13. In the Suffolk coun
ty, tuperlor court today Francis A,
Daly, of Lynn, aged 17, was awarded
$35,000 by trie jury for the loss of a leg.
His suit was against th-Lynn -and
Boston Street railway. His. injuries
were sustained A,ug. 6, ' 181)4, When 'ho
was pushed from the footboard of a
car by a conductor and fell under the
car wheels, ' ' ' - .
tIARKET AK3 STCCI REFC3T
Wall Street Kevlcw.
New York.; May 11 Trading at the
stock exchange' was characterised by
Urmness from start, to linish and a high
range of prices obtained. London
bought moderately of its favorites on
the belief that all danger of trouble
between the United States and Spain
growing out uf the Competitor Incident
had passed away. Foreign bankers al
so received intimations that there will
be favorable developments In Transvaal
matters shortly. Local operators were
inclined to go slow because of the en
gagement of Sl.3O0.IN9 gold for shipment
to Europe tomorrow and a belief that at
least two millions more will be for
warded on Saturday. The latter esti
mate will probably have to be revised
as the bond negotiations now progress
ing in London may be brought to a
successful conc'uslon before the end of
the week. A good deal was said again
today about the continued silence of
McKlnley on currency questions and
this undoubtedly has deterred operators
from making new ventures. The decla
ration of the usual dividend by the
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy had a
stimulating Inlluence on the 5 rangers
which Improved fractionally. The ad
vanee In prices ranged from to l"-s.
the Internationals, Grangers and In
dustrials leading. Sugar was bought
on an early advance in refined and
Leather preferred was taken on reports
that the directors contemplate the pay
ment of a dividend shortly. Bay State
(las rallied on buying New England
houses. The dealings during the last
hour of business were attended with
more animation than at any previous
time of the day. Speculation closed
Irom Vt to l. Louisville and Nash
ville leading. Total sales were 95,347
FuinlKheil by WILLIAM LINN. AL
LEN & Co., correspondents tor A. 1.
CAMPUELL, stock broker, 413 Spruce
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. Ins.
Am. Tobacco Co. ... KvV KHi i iWi
Am. Sugar Iter. Co. .123 124 VJS U'tSi
Atch., To. & . Fe. .. 14', 15'ti H' lSi
Canada Southern .... 49', 4s'-, 4i W
Ches. A Ohio 1ti4 ltSS lO'i
Chicago Uas B8 tS'i 7-". iSKi
Chic. & N. W WIVu 1U4 lul'a M
Chic, U. Q. ' TIM, W Ji
C. C. C. St. L 381 334 fctti
Chle., Mil & St. P ... 77 77S 77 77'
Chic. It. I. ft Puo ... 7V' 69S. 7'a
Dlst. & C. F 17 W 17 IHSi
Uen. Electric 33" 34i : .Hl
Louie. & Nash 4 50 49i CIH
M. K. & Texas, Pr. . S'.'v 85S 2S
Man. Elevated Iftt'i 1(6 1iH' h'i
Mo. Pac 24 2i' -"
N. Y.. Ia C W. ... 14 14'4 II 1'
Pac. Mall 2 .' a3. W
Phil, ft Heading 114 1:' U'u 12
Southern R. R. ..... H'i ti H'i
Southern H. R., Pr. . 2'i an, t S
Tenn. C. & Iron 27 2"' 2iiV4 ifi'ii
Texas Pacific v sv; hi, si,
Cnlon Pacllic 1U, 1 7' 7!
Wabush tiT ti7 7i,
Wabash. Pr 17ls 1 1 7 1 It
Wesetrn L'nlon 8S K.'i sn1. '
W. L 9-i, 111 !!, 10
C. S. Leather '. 9'i 9 !l
I. 8. Leather, Pr. ... 04 64,. 'j3' Wi
V. S. Rubber 2-1 24 ' 24 . ' 24
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
WHEAT. . Ing. est. est. ng.
July , 4'i , 64-V -. Wj
September 4'd ; (il1, lil1,
July I9' 19-, . 1! .' Id-"
September 2u', 2t' 19" 19'-',
Scronton Board of Trudo ExchangeQuo-tationv-all
Quotations Based on Pur
Name Bid. Askei
Dime uep. uis. tsanK , 140
Hcmnton Lace C'ftain Co.....' ...
National Boring & Drilling Co.
First National Bank
Scrantan Jar & Stepper Co
Elmhurst Boulevard Co
Scranton Savings Uanlt ......
Bonta Piste Glass Co
Scranton Car KeplAcer Co....i.
Sc'antou Packing Co
Weston Mill Co
Lackawa:.na Iron & Steel Co..
Scranton Bedding c.n
Third National Bank
Throoo Novelty M'f'g. Co
Scranton Traction Co 17,
Scranton Glass Co
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due UIS
Scranton ft Pittston Trac. Co..
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920
Dickson Manufacturing Co....
Lacka. Township School
City or Scranton Street Imp 6
Borough of Wlnton 6
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
SiTunton Axle Works
New York Produce .Market.
New York, Muy 13. Flour-Dull, easl.".
Wheat Spot market dull, eusier; f. o. it..
77c to arrive; ungraded red, li."a7Hc.; No. I
northern. 72c to arrive; options closed
eiisy ut iatc. decline; No. 2 red May.
ti94C.; June, (iO'jc; July, (KMie.: August,
69'jc; September. 69V.-.; December, 71'r--Corn
Spots dull, firm; No. 2 at 3.l.c ui
vator; 36' ju. afloat; options dull nil
steady at HaVjc decline; May. 3"'...i; July,
3tii4c; September, 37V- Outs Spots le4
active, firm; options dull, firmer; May.
24'c. ; June and July. 24V.; spot prices.
No. 2 at 24Vi.: No. 2 white. 2Gc: No. 2
Chicago. 25V--; No. Sat 23V.; No. 3 white,
24o. ; mixed western, 25a2tic; white 1I0.,
2ci.'SV-: white state, i'JaL'K'jc Beer
Slow, steady, unchanged. Lard Quiet,
easy; western steam, 54.87; city ut $t.2r;
.May, $4.87; refined, dull; continent, tvjii;
South America, $5.5)1; compound, 4V4C. Pork
Dull, easy, unchanged. Butter Quiet,
fancy, about steady; Ulglns, lialUr. : oth
ers unchanged. Cheese Quiet, ubout
steady; stale large new, BljuS'iiC; others
unchanged. Eggs Fancy, steady; un
changed. Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia, May 13. Provisions were in
moderate Jobbing demand and steady. We
luote: City smoked beef, liy,al2i; beef
hams, tlualS.i'iO: pork, family" JlO.fUlall ;
hums, S. I, cured, in tierces, Hu9'ic: do.
smoked, 9ulll1C, as to uveruge; sides,
ribbed. In salt, Oc; do. do. smoked, u' .a
BV.; shoulders, plckle.cureil, G'4alili.c; do.
do. smoked, BatiUc; picnic hums " S. I".
cured, S'uaSV.; do, do. smoked, '4ui:'ic;
bellies, In pickle, according to average,
loose, .'iuo'sc; breakfast bacon, t'-alu.-.
for round and Jobbing lots, as to brand
and average; lard, pure, city refined, in
tlerces,TVc; do. do. do., In tubs, t!uic,4cj
do. butchers' loose, 6c; city tallow, in
hogsheads, ZV4c; country do., 3a3t,c, as to
quality, and cakes, 3',,c.
Buffalo Live Stock.
Buffalo, N. Y.( May 13.-Cattle-Steady;
light butchers' steers, $3.85a4; mockers,
$3.54a3.7U; veals, steady, $3..r0a4; extr.i,
$4.25a4.50. Hogs Slow and lower; York
era, good weights $3.65a3.70; light, $3.70;
light mediums, $3.69a3.ti5; good . heuvv,
$3.40a3.4'; pigs, $3.70a3.75; roughs, $3a3.ir;
stags, $2n2.DO. Sheep und lambs Active
and a shade to 10c. higher for lambs; sheep
steady: prime to good lamCs, J4.iWa5.10; fair
to good, $4.30,13.60; culls und common, $3.70a
4.2u; mixed sheep flood to choice, $3.50u3.75;
culls to fair, $2.2Sa3.25; heavy export lambs,
Toledo Grain Murkot.
Toledo, O., May 13. Close Wheat-Receipts,
1,000 bushels; shipments, 22,390 bush
els; dull; No. 2 red May, U9V:.; July, toc:
August. 65c; September, UKfcc. Corn
Receipts, 4,800 bushels; shipments, I.SOO
bushels; dull; No. 2 mixed July, 31c, Oats
Shipments, 900 bushels; easy; No. 2 mixed
July, 21c, Cloverseed Quiet; prime cash,
The coming adjournment of Congress the
general Improvement In railrosd earnings
and the plentiful supply of money hero and
abroad Is hsilonlng to be rpfli-cted in stocks.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. Send for our
book, "Speculation Fully Explsined,'' and our
market letter which we send free to any ad
dress. Martin 8 to A per cent. Commission
nnlff 1-1A nr ottiit.
iM Oj. TH0rtr!tftri & CO.!
. HAflsinii oKoaaim,
41 BROADWAY, '' il' NEW YORK.
Uptown Office, N. V. Cer. B'way ji
124-126 Wyoming Av&
Things that you should
not fail to see.
The specials that we offer in our dif
ferent departments ure new desirable
goods that cannot be manufactured for
the prices we offer them. In any In
stance where a customer falls to find
any. article purchased from us to be
an eceptlonal bargain, we will cheerful
ly take it back and refund the money.
The balance of the excellent values that
we offered in 2ac. dress goods we offer
now at 18c. a yard.
190 pieces of printed Crepe De Japon;
inese goods were made by the farllK
mills to retail for 124c,
OI K PRICK. 7c A YARD.
1M pieces printed Yeuetiun challles.
regular price, uc,
LKADKR S PRICK, 3c A YARI.
One lot of printed organdies and print
ed corded dimities, regular price. Inc.,
LKAUKK'S PRICK. 5e
One lot of standard liulixo prints,
regular 6c quality,
LKADKRS PRICK, 3i".
3i ladles' navy und black Manm-T suits,
LKAOKR'S PRICK, $1.91
60 ladles' figured brllliuntine skirts,
lined throughout and velveteen
bound, were $1."i0,
I.KADKR'S PRICK, 9V.
86 children's navy reefers, sizes four to
fourteen, were $1.00.
LKAPKR'S PRICK. 69c
2S dozen ladies' liiundiled waists, nice
patterns, were 49c.
LKADKR'S PRICK. 29c
SS dozen ladies' percale und lawn
waists, choice patterns, were 69c and
LKADKR'S PRICE, 4S5.
15 dozen of ladles' plain black and
funcy figured suteeu waists, were
LKADKR'S PRICE. c
12 dozen of Infants' and children's
dresses, sizes two to six,
I.KADISKB PRICE. S,V
10 dozen of new checked dresses,
trimmed with embroidery, sizes two
LEADER'S PRICE, 49c
20 dozen of men's choice tecks and
four-in-hands, were 39c,
LKADKR'S PRICK. 21.1
IS dozen men's four-ply cuftj, round
and square cornered,
LKADKR'S PRICK, Uc a Pair.
Ladles white china silk parasols with
sticks to match.
LEADER'S PRICK. 9Sc to $I.9S.
24 and 26-liich tiloria umbrellas, with
LKADKR'S PRICE, 98c nnfl $1.23.
2 bales extru quality unbleached, yatd
LKADKR'S PRICK, 4c A YARD.
HO dozen largs-slxe cotton towels, regu
lar price, 7c,
; LEADER'S PRICE, r.c.
lw bunches of fine finishing braid, reg
ular price, S'ic,
LEADER'S PRICE. 6c
10 pieces best unliliached sheeting,
LEADKlt'S PRICE, 11c A YARD.
60 dozen of line linen embroidered
handkerchiefs, the 7re. kind, they
have slight Imperfetclons. were sold
to us by the manufacturer at a big
OUR PRICE. 12'ic
ON THE LINE OF THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
are located the finest fishing mid hunting
grounds in the world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to all points In
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces,
MinueapolK St. Paul, Canadian and
I'nlted States Northwest, Vunvouver,'1
Seattle. Tacoina, Portland, Ore., San
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Gars
attached to nil throuKht trains. Tourist
cars fully fittud with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
muy be hud with second-class tickets.
Rutes ulways less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, G. E. A
3S3 Broadway, New York.
WILLIAM S MILLAR,
Alderman 8th Ward, Scranton
ROOMS 4 AND 9
OAS AND WATER CO. BUILDINU,
CORNER WYOMING AVE. AND CENTER ST.
OFFICE HOURS from 7.30 a. in. to 9 p.
m. (1 hour Intermission for dinner and
Particular Attention (liven to Collection.
Prompt Settlement Guaranteed. Vour Busi
ness Is Respectfully Solicited. Telephone 134.
Manufacturers of the Celebrate!
100,000 Barrels per Annum
ROOF TINNING AND SOLDERING
All done away (With by the uso of HART
MAN'8 PATENT PAINT, which consists
or Ingredients well-known to all. It can be
applied to tin, galvanized tin, sheet Iron
roofs, also to brick dwellings, which will
fire vent absolutely any crumbling, crack
nir erfcrcuklng of the brick. It will out
last lOuilng of any kind by juany years,
and Its cost does not exceed oiie-flfth that
of the coat of tinning. Is sold by the Job
or pound. Contracts taken by
ANTONIO HARTMANN, 627 Birch BU
THE :. FASHION
. 308 UtCKAWKKXA AVENUE 308
know of no better
Acting on this thought; we at all times aim to
. . ' t . M
keep oar customer in k continuous good-humored
iy extraordinary bargain offerings.
40c All-wool Henrietta or Serges, all colors, your choice,
60c and 60c Novelty Drew Gaodf, choice line, your choice,
H9o Novelty Dress Goods this U a bargain, your choice,
$1 00 Silk Mixtures, any-oombioatioD, your choice,
60c Curded Swivel Silk, a beautiful Hue, your choice, -
50o Persian and Striped Laundrled Shirt WatoU, your choice,
$1.00 Shirt Waists, iu stripes and taus special,'-your choice,
biic black, and bluet with white
Stripe Sateen Waists, your choice,
$1.25 Wrappers, iu blacks, greys, red
and fancies, assorted, your choice, ,
$5 Trimmed Hats or Bounets, special, your choice,
25c Trimmed Sailors, for mitse and boysMyour choice,
Toe Ladle' Sailors, In all colon,' your choice
CAPES AND SKIRTS.
10.00 Velvet Capes, nicely trimmed and lined, your holce, $3.9811
Cit ii rf'l' . .1.. 1 1... 1 1 ' i-
f u.tio macK uriuianune KKirt, o
JbqJ co mi m nm
1h Electric City Awning and Tent Com
psny wish to Inform tbsir friends sod patrons
that they bars opened an o flics at 31s Linden
Street, with Hesse St Long, where any arders,
by mail or telephone, for Tents, Flats, Awn
ings, WtiRon Covoisor horse Clothing will be
given careful attention.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
GREAT VARIETY OF SIZES.
HUNT h CQNNELL CO.,
434 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Moved to His New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrance on side next to Flirt National
Bank. He baa now in a
IJ Hill! Ill WIH
Comprising ererythiug- reqnisite for fine
Merchant Tailoring. And the same can
be shown to sdvimtane in ais splen
didly fitted up room.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Extended to All Headers ol The Trib
une to Call on "OLD RELIABLE" In His
New Business Horn.
Tr.E UPCAT 30th Uar
produces the iihure results lu HO ilnys. It arti
powerfully aud nulckly. C'nres ben all otbsrs fall.
Voting mini will rensin their lost manhood, and old
men will recover their youtaiul visor by using
RF.V1VO. It nnickly and surely restores Nervous
ness, Lout Vitality, Inipotrnry. Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, Falling Memory, Wasting Diseases, and
all effects of self-abuse or esceNi snd indiscretion,
ivhlch uunts one for study, business or marriage. It
not only cures by starting at the seat of dUssase, but
is a great nervr tonle and blood builder, bring
ing back the pink glow to pale cher ka and re
storing the lire of youth.: It wards elf Insanity
nil Consumption. Insist on bsvfig REVIVO. no
other. It ran bo carried in vest pocket, liy laeil
1.00 per package, or six tor 38.00, with a post
t ee written guarantee to curs or refund
'hp money. Circular froo. AddresB
- vrnpi;f"5 - -. CH'CAOO,
Far Ml by MATTHEWS BROS., l rugglat,
mf of Me.
advertisers than satisfied cus-
special, your, choice, - $4.4
- yard sweep, your choice, $3.98
Wagner A Rela, Lessees an(i Manager
Benefit of Green. Kidse Wheelmen.
With America's favorite
Comedian, the Inimitable
and the famous Com
edienne and Contralto,
LAURA JOYCE -BELL.
The celebrated Midnight Bell yuartetttj
and a car lead of Special Scenery.
Sale of seats upens Tuesday. a. m.
TEINWAY ft SON'S . .
Acknowledged the Leading
Of the Worli
DECKER BROS., ,
KRAISICHB ft BACHE and otbsrs.
Sheet Music and;
Purchasers will always find a.comalsta
stock and at prices aa low s'tfis qual
Ity at the Instrument wlH' parnU at
117 Wyoming: Ave.
ROOMS I AND 2, COM'LTH B'L'D'G,
MINING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOBIC AND RU8H
LAFLIN ft RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, RleotriciBzploders, for ex
ploding blasts, Safety Fuss, and
Rcpauno Chemical Co. 's expBes.
Coal of the best quality for domearia
use, and of all slues, delivered In any' pu
f the city at lowest price.
Orders elt at my Office,
NO. liS WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, first floor. Third National
Bank, or sent by mall or telephone to tha
mine, will reoelve prompt attention.
Special contracts will be made for the
sals and delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
The Finest In toe Ottj.
The latest lapmed fiiralsh'
lags and apparataa fir insfist
eat, batter aid egg.
123 Wyoming Aw