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THE SCBANTOiT TRIBUNE SATUKDAT MORNING, JULY ' 28, 1806.
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iu Twnlv IttiiriMimii HarM. with an Abun-
lim of Kewa, Flotlun, and WelMCdited Miscel
lany Far Those Who Onnot Take Thu IiailT
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SCRANTON, JULY 25. 1S90.
THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
v For President,
WILLIAM MeklSLIV, of Ohio.
GAKRET A. HOBAKT. of New Jersoy.
GALISIIA 1. GROW, of Susquehanna.
6AMI EL A. DAVENPORT, of Erlo.
Election lay, Nov. 3.
THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM
1. Tariff, not only to furnish adequate
revenue for the neceisary expenses ot ;he
government, but to protect American la
bor from degradation to the wage level
of other landi. L Reciprocal agreement!
for open markets and discriminating du
ties in favor of the American merchant
marine. 1 Maintenance of the existing
-old atandard and onnoaltlon to free COln-
ga of sliver except by International
agreement with the leading commercial
nations of the world. 4. Pensions and
" preferences for veterans of the Union
army, B. A Arm, vigorous and dignified
foreign policy "and all our Interests in
the western hemisphere carefully watched
nd guarded." 6. The Hawaiian Islands
to be controlled by the United States; the
Nlcaraguan canal to be built; a naval sta
tion In the West Indies. I. Protection of
American cltlsens and property In Turkey.
. Reassertlon of the Monroe doctrine.
Eventual withdrawal of KuroDean powers
from this hemlsDhere and union of all
EnKllsh-speaklna- people on this continent.
. The United States actively to use influ
ence to restoro peace and give Indepena
ence to Cuba. 10. Enlargement ot the
navy, defense of harbors and seacoaats.
11. Exclusion of Illiterate and Immoral Im.
migrants. 12. Reapproval of the civil ser
vice law. 13. A free ballot and an honest
count. 14. Condemnation of lynching. 15.
Approval of national arbitration. 16. Ap
proval of a free homestead law. 17. Ad.
mission of the remaining territories, rep.
mentation for Alaska and abolition of
carpet-bag federal officers. 18. Sympathy
with legitimate efforts to lessen Intemper
ance. 19. Bympathetlo reference to "the
rights and Interests of woman." Con.
denied by the Times-Herald.
Jay Cooke Is a blmetalllst of bimetal
lists, but he re-affirms in most em
phatic language that he Is going: to
vote for McKlnley and Protection. He
will have plenty of company.
The PIttston Disaster Again.
Unprejudiced readers of the testimony
brought forth before the special com
mission appointed by Governor Hast
ings to inquire Into the Twin shaft ac
cident must have already decided In
their own minds that the question of
moral responsibility for that disaster
cannot ever be definitely answered. The
one man whose testimony is essential to
a final adjudication lies entombed; and
Inasmuch as Superintendent Langan
cannot appear either In explanation or
defense It would be most unjust to form
He represented the owners of the
mine. In his practical judgment they
confided. He had charge of the Imme
diate workings. It was his place to say
when men should go Into and when they
should come from the mine. Whatever
the legal aspects ot the case, it is evi
dent that he stands morally In precise
ly the same attitude as the engineer
of a passenger train who Is killed in a
wreck. His Dpi are sealed, and In the
absence of direct evidence from him
as to his course Immediately prior to
the accident it would obviously be fu
tile to Indulge in mere speculations or
It seems to us that very little practical
rood can come from further agitation of
this deplorable affair. Its lessdn Is elo
quent beyond reinforcement from legal
sources. The thing for sensible persons
to do now Is to co-operate for the as
sistance ot the surviving victims. About
$30,000 has thus far been subscribed, the
Interest on which will not maintain five
of the stricken families. The amount
ought not to stop short of $100,000, and
twice that would be none too much.
Bcrantonlans have responded nobly.
More than $12,000 has been collected
through their efforts. But as the com
mercial capital of the coal fields, whose
development rests so largely upon, the
mining Industry, Scranton ought to do
for these sufferers even more than she
has already done.
We owe It as a just debt to the source
of our great wealth to provide liberally
for the relatives of those who fall In the
business battle for our supremacy.
"What we all want no matter to
what political organization we may
have belonged in the past Is a return
to the good times of years ago. We
want good prices and good wages, and
when we have them we want them to
be paid In good money. Whether our
prices be high or whether they be low,
whether our wages be good or whether
they be bad, they are all the better by
being paid In dollars worth one hundred
cents each. If we have good wages
they are better by being paid In good
dollars. If wt havs poor wages, they
are mads poorer by being paid In poor
dollars. And, my fellow cltlsens, what
we want more than anything else Is to
keep our money equal to that of the
most enlightened nations of the earth
and maintain the credit and honor of
the government of the United States.
We are the greatest country in the
world greatest In our freedom, great
est in our possibilities, greatest In our
opportunities and we are too great to
taint our country's honor or to cast
suspicion upon the credit obligations o(
our government." McKlnley at Alli
ance, to the Delegation of Cleveland,
Mr. Whitney seems to think that the
Republican party ought practically to
go out of existence merely to accom
modate a few New York Democrats,
who are dissatisfied with their own
party ticket. Mr. Whitney Is excited.
"The money of the United States,
and every kind or for.n of it, whether
of paper, silver or gold, must be as
good as the best in the world. It must
not only be current at its full lace
value at home, but it must be counted
at par in nny and every commercial
center of the globe. The dullar paid
to the farmer, the wagccarucr and
the pensioner must continue forever
equal in purchusing end debt-paying
power to the dollar pnid to nny gov
eminent i-rcditor."0!i-Kiulvv in His
Speech of Acceptance.
It is proposed by the Republican cam
paign committee to put Senator Thurs
ton on the stump to answer Mr, Bryan.
He cun do It.
In Response to Mr. Whitney.
In a curious statement given to the
public on Thursday William C. Whit
ney alternately plead with Republi
cans to keep still with reference to tlia
tariff and threatens that If they do
not swallow their convictions on OiU
fundamental Issue the so-called sound
money Democrats will organize a party
by themselves and thus try to make It
easy for Bryan and free silver to win.
After picturing in lurid phraseology the
alleged great growth in free silver senti
ment throughout the country, he adds:
"It ought to be plain to all thoughtful
and patriotic Republicans that the t!m.
has come when it Is absolutely neces
sary for all good citizens to drop for
the time being partisanship and work
together earnestly and intelligently for
the common good. To trifle with a
crisis so serious as this, or to attempt
to ignore or belittle it, would be both a
blunder and a crime."
With due respect to Mr. Whitney, It
needs not his voice to Inform the Re
publican party of its duty. It was not
the Republican party which gave vital
ity to the free silver agitation by bank
rupting the revenues of the nation,
opening the ports to an Inundation of
foreign-made goods, throwing the In
dustries of the nation into a period of
Inactivity approaching stagnation, sap
ping the integrity of the national fin
ances and finally endeavoring to check
some of the consequences of the Wilson
tariff law by the sale of government
bonds at almost Incredible discount to
a syndicate of bankers whose negotia
tions with the executive department
were-conducted In secret. When Mr.
Whitney can put this responsibility on
Republican shoulders It will be time for
him to arraign the Republican party as
deficient In patriotism. Until then, he
simply perverts the truth by asserting
that the tariff "has ceased to be an
actual Issue In this campaign."
We want to say in all candor to Mr.
Whitney and to other Democrats who
think with him that the Republican
party four years ago predicted Just
what has come to pass since the second
election of Mr. Cleveland; that It then,
as now, stood as the champion of a
policy which, had It been continued in
force, would have averted the troubles
that havs intervened since its defeat
In the national election of 1892; that the
national uprising which nominated Mc
Klnley at St. Louis was a popular call
for a restoration of that policy at Wash
ington; and that to call upon the nom
inee of that uprising to stultify himself
by repudiating or suppressing the be
liefs of a lifetime is not only foolish
but also. If iwe must say it, Impertinent.
In this campaign there Is only one free
silver candidate. Three different parties
have indorsed Mr. Bryan. It rests with
the Democrats of the East to say
whether this concentration of the op
position shall be met by a concentrated
attack led by the man whose teachings
the past three years of revenue deficit.
wage reduction and general trade par
alysis have magnificently vindicated.
They and not the Republicans are In the
balance. They must act either as pa
triots or as partisans. If they act ts
partisans and cause sound money to Tr
defeated, the whole' country will suf
fer, but upon their shoulders will rest
Six years ago the Dally Report was
established In Lebanon. Pa., as an Inde
pendent afternoon nen-rpaper at one
cent a copy. Inside of two years, under
the capable business pilots ge of the
Sowers Bros., and the clean-cut and ag
gressive editorial control of Lee L.
Qrumblne, it had become one of the
foremost Interior dailies of the state.
Although Mr. Qrumblne has since re
tired, the Report is steadily Ruining It
strength, a noteworthy proof of whir1
Is afforded In the handsome, twenty
four page industrial number it has Jf"
Issued. This Issue would reflect ere1'1
upon any metropolitan newspaf
printing plant. It Is admirable In
The recent ruling of Postmaster 3en
eral Wilson denying to railway cmpa
nles the rlgh to carry mall mat' re"
latlng to company business frc1 one
officer or employe to another ha' Jus,ly
aroused general opposition.
same principle it could be decfreu un"
lawful for persons to sendnessage
by. messenger svvk WUhou UB-of
postage stamps. If the government is
so hard up that it needs a two-cent
revenue from every writer of letters, It
ought to drop its free trade nonsense
and get back to Protection, under which
there was always a surplus.
"It Is the sense of this meeting that
the Interests of all shareholders in
building and loan associations demand
that the present Btandhrd of valua upon
which our monetary system has been
based since the resumption of specie
payments since 1879 shall remain un
changed and Inviolate. That we be
lieve that the Interests of every class
of the community, and especially thore
of the great wage-earning class. Im
peratively demand that every dollar In
circulation, whether coin or paper, shall
be equal in putclmsln? power nnd
therefore equal In value to every other.
That patriotism den.ai.ds that tht dol
lar bearing the mint mark of tne Unit-d
States be the equal of the dollar of the
most advanced nation of the world, and
entitled to full faith and credit all the
world over, a.id to that end must le
maintained free fion all suspicion of
debasement and rapud.'atlon." Reso
lutions Unanimously Adopted at Phila
delphia Thursday by tho Convention cf
the Uhlttd States League of Local
Building and Lean As.a.l&tio:iL.
The tesident-! of Mttjloii who t.a-1.'
out of town at a rule do business in
Wtlkes-Uarre. Nevertheless It was
Scranton wteigy tl.at collected mole
than one-third of the total funds tlnu
far subscribed for the safftK-rs f.om
the Twin shaft disaster. We mention
tli J fact simply as a g icd-naui.eJ chal
lenge to Wilkes-P.urieaiis. Ti.ey a:-;
the third wealthiest community In th.;
United States, toniideied on a per cap
ita basis, and now is a good time for
them to give public demonstration of
Washington, July 21. Campaign work
has been started vigorously at the eon.
sresslonal heuilc;uurters of both parties
here and tons ot .-ampalgn literature are
being sent out daily. The Democratic
headquarters are located In the Wormsley
hotel building, on Fifteenth street. Sena
tor Faulkner, chairman of the committee,
and Secretary Lawrence Gardner are la
charge, their corps of assistants consist.
Ing of half a dozen "volunteers" who mall
Bryan's "crown of thorns, cross of gold"
tyeech to voters who want to know some
thing about sixteen to one. and a steno.
giapher, to whom the chairman and see
retary dictate letters. The affectation of
"poor, plain and honest," "the year of the
people." and arguments of this kind whkh
the silver leaders have all along put into
their campaign Is brought out strong at
concessional headquarters, for they are
furnished as plainly as possible. The fur
niture consists of a few pine tables and
chairs. The floors are not carpeted and
on the walls are dimiy-looklng pictures of
Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson and
Lincoln and his cabinet. It is the inten
tion of the committee to secure pictures of
Republican headquarters at the Norman-
die hotel, Which are neatly and comfort
ably equipped, where clerks are paid to
do the campaign work, and also pictures
of the Democratic headquarters and have
them printed to show the contrast In news.
papers edited by gentlemen who run to
whiskers. This Is expected to convince
thousands of the masses that Bryan and
free silver are good things. Another line
of argument which the sllverltes hnve
adopted to win votes consists In the publi
cation of letters which the congressional
committee is receiving. Here is one ot
them: "Dear Sir: I voted for Horace
Greeley. Compared with that this Is pie.
I go the whole hug, not with a wry face,
as if it were crow, but with the rapturous
yam-yam" of the darkay who sinks
ivories into the first ripe watermelon of
the season. Please send tne the following
II II II
In addition to the pictures and letters,
speeches on sliver by Teller, Jones, Stew
art and the others are being sent out, and
the committee promises a vigorous cam
paign for sliver all along the line.
Chairman Bibcock! of the Republican
committee. Is not In the city, but he Will
return and take charge of this end of the
congressional campaign in a few days.
Mr. Babcock s plan Is to carry the con
gressional election for sound money and
in pamphlets which are being lasueJ by
the thousand voters are called upon lr
respective of party to support sound money
candidates forcongress, urging that by this
means, even should Bryan be elected presi
dent his hands would be tied and hlmselt
rendered helpless in his desire to force
upon the country a dishonest dollar, by
an honest dollar house. Babcock Is con
fident a majority of the next house will be
for sound money. j
II !! M
"There has never been such a demand
for campaign literature In the experience
of this committee," said Secretary Schra-
der, of the Republican headquarter.
The Rerubiiean campaign ucok is mi
ready, and we are sending out barrels of
good matter on the tariff and money
questions, where thousands of 1o ail
ments were, demanded before, we now han
dle them by the ten thoufanis, und un In
crease in otir clerical foree has tcn nt
tisary. This Is a most encouraging feat
ure to the H.-puullcan mp.r.aqei3, lor tr.-y
say that when the people beftin to lead
and think, they vote the Kcpublkan tieket
every time. We receive hundreds of l.t-
ters from Hun;.i, Houthetn Illinois, mid
Nebraska, and the Itepubllcau In thos.-
ceetlou? are vory r.anguttie cf success, in
TTH ot (.kvfa' t that they are supposed to
be the fiinpin arrounds cf the Demo
cratic ciiidiilale. Thv believe that when
the firs-' wild enthusiasm dies ort, and
;tie perple begin to r?ad a.-.l think It
over sound money will win."
II I! i:
ftrtn'or Faulkner is quoted as saying
that ryan" spec -h-mukiug tour so early
In 1W Hmpa-iKr' if dolus his candidacy
h-rm senator Im of the.opiti.on that
li fclPtild hive kiutf J until after r Wat
net!' of his nomination bc'oro taking
stum; ai'J thrrn vqntlnj him;-lf to
territory w):-re r.weehes wouiJ do thj
-iAt cJ. T.te truth Is the silvi r'Lto.i
rtilz? that llryan's speeches are u ll
ajioiiitmcnt inasmuch as there is so much
o the commonplace in ti.em na tj attract
(ttoiiUon ore on th! accent th.'ir. any
jthar. Ijiyan cntinot be cailid oif. how-
fVor. for tas ubcMiiy ot sller.ee I ' not in
ills lino. He was oo.tspi-.-uji:s in canxr.vj
for he was on tils feet at every opportuni
ty, onj uew.:pa!:-r ecu r.-soon Jents vr.
always sunvlied with uJvanoe coV.es of
his speeches. Th" I'emocratlc catm:i'nn
cotrmlttee wi: not easily kefp I'.rynn
quiet, for that Is not Ms wiv. So con-pic.
urus was he at the .'hlcae convention
after he had delivered his rpcpc'i tna; a
silver delegate remarked llict Kryan
should, "take himself to. some iu.e: place,
go to sleep and let hi: boom fcteel."
W. K. Ucll.
From the Tims-Hcir.ld.
One of Mr. Bryan's suppose Jly unan
swerable questions to. the gold men who
favor ii.ternrtional bimetallism Is tliia:
"If the gold standard Is such a good thing
mhy do you went to get rid of It?"
They do not want to Bet rid of It. Inter
national bimetallism la not antagonist!
to the gold standard, but supports It. Th-.?
sole object of such bimetallism is la br!n
silver and other currency level with gold
and keep it there. The purpose ( later
national, 'autloii, ia, to, have, all, taoaetar
nations do what the United States is do
ing today, and that Is by tore of guv.
eminent credit ktep the metals en a pari
ty. We are able to do It now becauso our
silver circulation is restricted and the
silver coinage limited, and under our poll,
cy every silver dollar is as good in the
market as a gold dollar. This Is what we
desire to have European governments join
with us in dolnK. and the result would be
international bimetallism, tiu'h nation
would take care of its own silver, and
thus the burden would be distributed and
llphter for each.
This Is not cettinor rid of the gold stand
ard, but is the brinitlnx of silvir up to it
the world over. And we will add, it is
the on!y wsy it can bo done.
From the Times-Heraid.
Annuully thore Is sent abroad an im
mense sum of ir.ciiey by our thrifty cm
sens of foreign descent. This mor.ry
I a rule, Is sent in international money er
j dcrs. hut sorr.t 'ivnes in tho form cf ex-
change on Lor.dnn. Its purpose is to as.
; sift d'pcr(fiit relatives in the old cour.
! iy or to aid 'hcitt in con-.irg to tills cotin.
j tiy. This b.t-iiu-fj Is all done upon the
r.oM stand sr.'. rr-1 as we ujw have the
1 cold stjr.'lsrd i.ith us the wh-jl? rot to
the rrr.de Is very little ar.J a!va s th
j But Ui this rnv.ntry cc.nj to a silver
; br?:s and nil t.H w'll ti chnnwl. Th
government waitld either hove to m. out
I o fie bufiiits cf r.ellii.it Internal 'otial
: iiior.t urJcs or it w.v.'.M have to sell
thim only for iff.ll. At th batik.-; the
price of itoI.1 would bjve to be watched
tvery 5v. j:.'t J it waa in v.-ar f.rnas.
I f.-cjii cv.-hr 5" -.old i: accordance
; witii that r-tloi:. Tiiin v.ouM vary t.-or.i
j uuy :o Cay us ,iii price cf silver bullion
varied '.n ti e L'mJou matit-t. Tii- nsult
Iv.iii'iJ Ij c: Uca.i a iiiu.yai.ee ui.j l:i-
eitltcd tf.tiiJe Tr 'Ik- lass ot :coiile
I uboio nur.tioueJ who f.r J cr.iuil t'J&is to
Dull- c'.-.l h.-spe--.
i Our ftre:yn-bcm v&:.ra oujht to rcilft
! tn thi3 roiiit.
WILL NOT BE COWARDS.
Frc:n t'tc L'ulii.no: ANierl"tn.
Uucd cit'iir.s aic rcitt.T to fat tlitir
voits illrevt f r :o"tcl n-uin'V, and not
throw ihem stwjy. A f .w fjy they !!!
not vole t all, but they will probably see
the cowardlinrFs of sveh a couiio before
the campaign dorej.
WORTH REJ11". V BERING.
Ft cm the U".UI:.iOr Anierieun.
In the Scu'h Amllcr.n st,ile. that
ne on free e'.lvrr l.:ifls (he bank cliH'Kf
f!t"i lit to Yi :ir cent. Interest. Tills is
r.o. :h rvr.if mixring. Iicw would creditors
UUe such an liiicitst in this country?
THE ISSUE IX RRIEF.
From the Times-Herald.
Cheap money means cheap labor.
Weather and Other Predictions for
the Coming Week.
Sunday, July 2d. Sun parallel to Venus.
Showers probable. A child born on this
day will be fond of pleasure and care
less and imprudent.
Monday, July 27. Mercury qulntile to
Mars. Rain and hall probable. A child
born on this day will -be active, but not
very fortunate. Ask favors and deal with
Tuesday, July SS.-Satum an evening
star. Weather wet. A child born on this
day will be fond of travel and moderately
fortunate. Travel and push thy business
Wednesday. July 2S. Mercury semi
square to Neptune. Weather fair. A child
born on this day will have much sorrow in
family alTalrs, and will be unsuccessful
unless In the employ of others. Seek work
and sign writings.
Thursday. July :. Mars seml-sextlle to
Neptune, Weather warm. A child born
on this day will be fortunate and rise in
life. Court, marry, buy and speculate; a
Friday, July 31. Sun in conjunction with
Mercury, Showers probable. A child
born on this day will be liable to accidents
and will do well to Insure against them;
a female will marry a short, quick-tern-pered
man, and will have a lively, if not
pleasant, matrimonial existence. An un.
certain day. L0 not speculate.
Saturday, Aug. I. Moon in evil aspect
to Mercury. Weather cool. A child born
on this day will be headstrong and un
lucky. Avoid superiors and ask no fa
vors. TOLD DY THE STARS.
Daily Horoscope Drawn by Ajncchus
Tho Tribune Astrologer.
Astrolabe cast: 3.1C a. m , for Saturday,
July 25, istm.
A child born on this day will be of tho
opinion that a general whose nerves will
not '.'.arA the sound of a drum ought to
quit the military and go Into the milk busi
ness. Etyan and 3twail appear to tv the most
thoroughly nominated candidates that
ever stood up for free trade.
total Democratic standing candidates
for party honors are singularly shy this
Lackawanna Democrats eontlnce to mis
understand Air, Uolan4' conarcssicnal
What's the mutter tilth buvnin? up a
Luildlnc soir.u nigl.t as a Uit Tor the tiro.
A wci kinsman once voted lor fr?e coin.
age because he had bttu told that It would
m.'it prices h'.i'htr ar.d cvaything boom.
The fttreney inilatlurl did make T-ricei
Mghtr uad eVtt ) ti!ii bcorneJ for tli.
inan who had walth and things to sell;
but wages remained the- taint. And then
the volr was dejected and sail: "Woe Is
tr.e! I etudled the currency question and
liiouib'hi thp.t I knew it ell. Hut It is now
evident thet my nitr-.te Is Dennis."
AIora'-A little ktov.'.eJge Is a dangerous
Only one tliiug nirre urhnti'ul acd that's
dxit.iy Cli'.ca. Von sLotld rraliza the toll flit
mflctnre ot tlio oid dninty. Mum, in tiie
fltxt i.ltc, "in rood taste," vlik b in turn
nirnne RtiAL artistic merit. REAL n.wfnloew.
VI' lien yon'e Inlly rtalxtd Lat 'f'al.ity''
m sna. ytn'll la rporJ to arcrccUte our
Iojs of th'ni and Giaaa.
vm m oiuej co..
ci uimmx ml
mi rf i
11 1 UK I fll
jULu LiilIILu Lni
They are all of the Celebrated "Stanley" Brand, of which
we have sold over 10,000 this season, and every one of them
having given satisfaction as to fit and. finish. Thev have hem
our 75c. and $1.00 Waists. They will be
partment, upon second floor, where there
accommodate the crowd, and so that you
Your Choice, 25 Cents.
losiie Early and Get as Many as You Like
H I IN I
The Most Perfect Fitting Shoe Made. Al Full
Line in All Widths at
. your oreds surscsts nnjthlnd In tlie
w:iy or btiitfomry, Blank Cooks or i O
Puppltes. and heu yonrl stia full brlriR
it in and e w 11 aurriso you with lbs
novelties we raceirj daily. We Un carry
a very neat lino of Calling Cards jn.1 Wed
iilnz InviUtiona at a moderata pricj.
Stcticnsrs end Engravers,
HOTEL JE8MYN BULDINQ.
We are selling Men's
L,r.u:idere Shirts, with
fancy colored bosoms, for
Von pay $1.00 for the caine
thing at other store.;.
si orX wr m
C03 UCK&WAitfU AVErjL
pT'.ns and Summer, from J20 m. Trnnaei
lnira and Ovi vouU, rureinn ami domestic
fabrics, made to rdr to suit tiiuramit fjr
udious in prlc. tit and w. ricnian,lil.i.
D. BECK, 337 Aam3 Avi
IT III 1
PEAS, GREEN CORN, CELERY,
BEETS AID CARROTS, FAN
CY "JENNY UND" AND GEX
ONS, CALIFORNIA FRU1T3.
1 1 WBL H AVE. MI!
326 Washington Ava
C. C. I.AUBACH. 8CROEON DENTIST.
No. 115 Wyoming avenue.
K. St. STRATTON, OFFICE CO AL Ex
change. Physicians and Surmioni.
c h7 a! tha i;old7 " sfkcj a li sITTn
IJIsoases of Women, corner Wvoaiins
avenue anJ Spruce street. Scranton ' tit
l!cc hour? Thuradays and blurdays.
a. m. to 6 p. m. ' '
DR. ""c6MEaYsTFFlF"x6 "5T7 ".V
A ethington ave. Hours, 12 m. to 3 t m
D. lease of womtu a speoiaity iTo!i?i
phont No. 3232.
cf,"Jf0j- uf W-B,e. tste:r.cs and
ail dls. of chil.
DR. W. K. ALLEN. 512 NOHTIllVASII.
DR. C. L. PRK H F : A CT Tc.K " L KM I TKd"
diseases oi the Kye, Ear. Nose und
Thtoat; odice 122 Wyoming ave. Rtsi.
dence. b Vine street.
DR." L M. 04T-3. 'js'wAsillNCTOX
avenue. Otnce hours. S to 9 a m 1 30
to 3 and 7 to I p. m. Residn;o 3(0 jiaij.
VV.. J. C. BATKSON. TUESDAYS AND
Fridays, at C'J5 Linden street. O.tlc
Lours 1 to 4 p. m.
DR. S. W. LAHEREAUX. A PCLV C
Irt on chronic dlsenoe of the heart.
lur.Et. liver, kldr.eys and senito urinary
organs, will occupy the office cf Dr.
Uoon. A0.i::'.a avenue. Ottice hours
1 to f p. m.
W. G. ROOK, VETEKINA II Y 81'lt
peon. Horses Cattle und Dogs treated.
I'ospltnl. Y.1 Linden street, Scranton.
O it. CLARK A CO.. SKEDSMISN AND
Nurserymen; store lni WakhitiKton ave
nue; xrvrn hnure. 1354 North Main ave
rue; sto'e telrnhone 712.
SOS. KUETTKL, REAR 611 LACK A.
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufas
turer ot Wire Screens.
Hotels and Kestaurants.
THli ELK CAKE, 2i and Vt7 FRANK
Uo avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIGLER. Proprietor:
6CRANTON HOUSK, XKAR D., L. ft W.
pacsencer depot. Conducted on the
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
WESTMINSTER "HOTEL, "
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irvine Place,
Bates, per day and upward. (Ameri.
caa p'-aa). B. N. ANABLO,
9 T0 12 O'CLOCK.
on sale in Cloak De.
is plenty of room to
can get them easily
YOY can pin your confi
dence in the Great.
Clearing Sale of Summer
Footwear at the ;
REPAIRING. Sprace St
WARREN KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
nd Counsellors at Law, Republleaa
bulldln. Washlnttoa avenue, Soraa-
JR8BUP8 HAND. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
W. H. JE88DP,
HORACE E. HAND,
W. H. JE89PP. JW
PATTERSON WILCOX, ATTOR.
neys and Counsellors at Law: offlosa t
.and ( Library building. Scranton, Pa.
P.OSEWLL H. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM 3. HAND.
Attorneys and Counsellors. Common
wealth bulldln. Rooms It, 20 and II.
FRANK T. OKRLL, ATTORNEY-AT.
Law, Roam i. Coal Bxananga, Sora
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORN BY-at-Law,
rooms O, M and ft. Commo.
SAMUEL W. EDOAR, ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Office. VI Bproca at.. Heranton, Pa.
L. A. WATERS. ATTORNET-AT-LAW,
42S Lacltnwannn ave.. Sorantow. Pa.
VRIK TOWN3ND, ATTORNET-AT-Law.
Dime Bank Building. Boranton.
Money to loan In large sums at f per
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT.
law. Commonwealth building, Bcrantaa,
C. COMEOYS. XIX SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPI.OOLE. ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on rani estate security. 40J
B. P. K1LLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 Wvom'nr ivn.. Scmntnn. Pa.
JAB. J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-AT.
law. 4S Commonwealth bld'a. Scranton.
i. V. C. ItANCK. 13 WYOM1NO AVE.
EDWARD H. DAVI9,
Kooms 24, 25 and 26.
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFiC'S
rear of 600 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR.7 ARCHITECT.
433 Sprue st.. eor. Waabave.. ScraMon.
BROWN 4 MORRIS. ARCHITECTsT
Price building, IM Washington avenue,
8CHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Kcrantoi, Pa., prepares boya and girls
for college or business; thoroughly
trains young chlhlren. Catalogue at re
quest. Opeu-J September .
P.EV. THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. BUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERQARTEM
end School. 412 Adams avenue. Spring
term April IS. Kindergarten $10 per term.
Lou il 4.
THE REPUBLIC -AVINQS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
n easier terms and pay you better on
Investment than any other association.
Call on 8. N. Callender. Dime Bank
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOB
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor.
117 Wyoming avenue, .over Hulbort'g
MEQARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twin.
Warehouse. 139 Washington ave., Soraa-
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
sale dealers in Woodware. Cordage and
Oil Cloth. T West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. T3XPERT AC
counthr.t nnd auditor. Rooms II and Sk
Wllllr..ns Building, oppoalt poatofQoa.
Agtat tor tho Rex Ftro ExU-guishsr.