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All the stylish patterns fom FA
that will be seen at sea-i 11
shore and mountain.
The Last Bolt of Cloth
Has Been Cut
$ 1 0 Suits
We have received the last con
signment of these suits from our
tailors. There's plenty of them
now, but there'll be no more of
this quality at this price when
these are gone. Those who
have bought and are wearing one
of these $10 suits, did not, and
do not how doubt the assertions
made in our advertising, that
every suit has the style, finish
and cloth quality shown in clothes
costing'$15 instead of $10. It
-was our oooortunity when we
secured the cloth. It's your opportunity to
secure a suit while we have them a suit
that is exceptional value at . ..'...
Gpeclal to the Ecranton Trlnune.
Montrose, June IS, The condition of
Mrs, Now Warner, who Is crltliully 111
nt tho homo of Captain anil Mrs.
Charles X Warner, on Church Btreet,
fiows little change except that the pa
tient la constantly growing weaker.
Attorney George P. Little, who was
thrown from his carriage while on 11
business trip down In Auburn last week
mid received painful bruises, has so far
recovered as to ho at his ofllee attend
ing to bublncbs yesterday. A host of
f i lends rejoice at air, Little's prompt
Miss Tlllle ond ailllleoht Halsoy, of
Philadelphia, have arrived In Montrose
lor the summer and nro stopping at tho
summer homo of their aunts, aliases
Wollle and Hattlo Diddle.
An event for which gieat preparations
BrJ being made Is tho rccoptlqn to bo
given on Monday evening next by the
jadles of tho Presbyterian church to
their retiring pa&tor and hla wife, Dr.
nnd .Mrs. A. L. Benton. Tho reception
will be given In the church fiom S to
10 o'clock. All friends of Rev. and Mrs.
Henton, whether In anyway connected
with tho chinch or not, are most cor
dially Invited to attend.
Subquchanna county Republlcuns are
fctepplng hlgli and aro very enthuslastlo
over tho nomination of Congressman C,
I-'ied Wright, to be his o.wn successor.
The Republicans of aiontroso were wild
with delight, when on Tuesday evening
the news reached here of the naming
of Mr. Wright by the" conference at Ho
tel Jermyn, Scranton, on that day. Tu
add to the Republican's Joy Is the
knowledge that tho nomination of Col.
D. C. Pratt, this county's candidate for
Th Perfected Shot for
The construction of this popular Sum
mer Suit is just as important as the cloth
qualities. You probably know, or have
read, of the rules governing the construc
tion of our famous "Atterbury System."
The same patterns, the same work
men, and tljie same system, of construc
tion is reflected in these stylish Outing
Suits. They have a character which
has required study; more than the mere
cutting of good cloth.
state senator, Is now practically as
suied. ai. S. Heller, of Blnghamton, is visit
ing In this place, where he formerly re
The aiontrose base ball team will go
to New aiilford on Saturday to cross
bats with tho ball nine of that place.
On Wednesday, tho 23. Montrose plays
with Susquehanna at Susquehanna,
airs. George II. Frasslcr and son,
Homer, have returned from a visit to
her parents, air. and airs. Alden De
vine, at their home In Rush.
Ur, W. II. Conklln will bo out of
Find tho two companions of Parron
Emerson at Concord.
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Til Jfc'4 All
town on Saturday afternoon and all
day next Wednesday, June 23, and on
these occasions his dental office will be
IS. N. Barney, of Penn Tan, N. Y., Is
here to attend the marriage of his son,
Joseph E. Barney, to ailss aiadge Tit
man, which occurs at the Methodist
Episcopal church this evening. Rev. H.
B. Benedict, of Owcgo, former pastor of
the church, will perform the ceremony.
Special to the Scranton Trlbui.e,
Honc-dnle, June IS. Osleck tilbe of Red
aton will tun an ecurslon to Sholiola Glen
Tho Ladles' ,Ald society of tho Method
Ist church will meet with Mrs.Delovan
Woodward on aiaple avenue this Thurs
ailss Ethel Knapp Is attending com
mencement exciclt.es at Mansllcld Nor
Tho wantage of ailss Nelllo L. Bluko
and Kdwaid 1J. Kinsman, of Cherry
RUlge, took place at tho homo of the
bride's mother near Prompton this after
noon. Tho commencement exercises of tho
Honc;dalo high school wete held In tho
opera hounn Inst evening. W. Webb was
snlutntorlnn; Etta Nlelson, valedictorian.
Essays nnd otiitorlos were given by
Froderlca Turner, Mary Flnnnn, Dnnt
Maker. Normnn Taylor nnd George But
ler. Tho opera house was filled, Motz
gcr's orchestra furnished music.
Tho result of tho Fourteenth congress
ional district gathering In Bern n ton on
Tuesday Is universally condemned
throughout Waytlo county.
Honcsdnlo people nrc condemning tho
filthy water which they nro compelled to
use. With tho present arrangement
where tho water mtcis the main pipe,
tho same kind will bo furnished during
Special to the Scrnnton Tribune.
Tunkhnnnock, June IS. There will be
another shooting tournament for the
Hallastlte trophy, an elegant silver cup,
on the fair ground across the river on
Friday of this week.
Orrin V. Love, tho aichoopany lumber
dealer, acted ns foreman of the grand
Jury this week.
Jesse Elbert SIcklcr, of Falls, who was
admitted to practice law here on Mon
dny, left on Wednesday evening for
Dallns, Texas, whero he expects to, lo
cate as an attorney.
airs. P, Smith Klnner nnd atrs.
Klnner and airs. Stephen Roberson
visited nt Wllkes-Barre on Wednesday.
John Lnngan, the popular clerk at the
Warren street hotel, was married on
Wednesday to a Miss O'Boyle, of Oly
phant. The young couple are expect
ed to arrive home this week.
Henry Flemmerfelt, a student at Laf
ayette college, Is home for the, summer
In the case of commonwealth vs.
Jacob F. Dymond, larceny by bailee, a
verdict of not guilty was taken on
Tuesday. There was a question of Jur
isdiction In the case which It' Is doubt
ful If a conviction could be sustained.
The case had been tried at a previous
term of court.
Commonwealth vs. Willard Durllng,
Snmuel Durllng, and Henry Brady, de
fendants, pleaded guilty to larceny and
receiving, nnd Willard Durllng was sen-'
tenced to a term of two years In East
ern penitentiary, and tho others to Im
prisonment In Huntingdon reformatory.
They were nccused of robbing cars In
the Lehigh Valley yards t this place.
Commonwealth vs. Daniel Dornslfe,
burglary, grand jury find a true bill,
nnd case continued to next court 'of
oyer and terminer.
Commonwealth vs. Luther Hurvev,
assault nnd battery, defendant con
victed and sentenced suspended on ac
count of youth and previous good char
acter. Commonwealth vs. J. W. Billings,
sellings liquor without a license, bill
ignored, county to pay costs.
Commomvenlth vs. airs. Jackson
Rosengrnnt, assault and battery, de
fendant tried and convicted, sentence
to be imposed on Thursday.
The court made an order at this
term that a new index should be made
for the will dockets In the office of the
register of wills, the old Index book
being in a dilarildated condition.
Clarinda Bought- vs. Edgar Bought,
divorce, Issued awarded to respondent,
as prayed for.
On application of Silas F. Smith, the
llcenscfor the Llsk hotel at Factory
vllle was transferred to him In open
A special term of argument court Is
fixed for Tuesday, July 8, commencing
at 10.30 a. m.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Ariel June IS. air. Swingle mot with an
accident tho other clny while shooting a
woodchuck. Tho gun kicked his shoulder
and laid him up. Tho condition of tho
woodchuck has not been reported.
The Sunday school Is practicing for
Children's day, which will he observed
net Sunday at the Troslcrvllle church.
f BASEBALL. 1
At Philadelphia R.H.B.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 43 8 U
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 101 0 4
Batteries Hughes and Farrell; Whlto
and Dooln. Umpire Emsllc.
, At Cincinnati- R.H.E.
Chicago ooioi 0000-2 s n
Cincinnati o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 3
Batteries Taylor and fiance; Phillips
and Bergen, Umpires Powers and
At PittBburg St, Louls-Plttsburg; game
changed to September 17, 100J.
At Boston R.H.E.
Now Vork 0 1000 00004 10 1
Boston li 0000210' 9 10 4
Batteries Sparks and Bowerman;
Eason and Klttiidge. Umpire Cantillion.
At Chicago Chicago-Philadelphia; rain.
At Boston R.H.E.
Cleveland oioioiooo;: 9 4
Boston 40030010 S 9 3
Battetles Streit and Wood; Prentiss
and Crlgcr. Umpire O'Loughlln.
At Detroit R.H.E.
Washington 0 0 0 n 0 0 1 0 0 1 s 0
Detroit I 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 - I 10 0
Battel les Patten and Claik; Mullen and
Buclow. Umplie Johnstone,
At St, Louis R.H.E.
Baltlmoro 2 1 0000003 t! II 3
St. Louis .,. o o :i i o o :i o it 2
Batteries Shields, Howell nnd Bresnn
han; Powell and Suction and alaloney and
Frcel. Umpire Connolly,
Worcester, fl; Newark. 1.
Toronto, 15; Buffalo, 4.
Jorsey Citv, 5; Providence, 3.
Montreal, 12; Rochester, 3. (First game.)
Montreal, 4; Roehestor, 3. (Second
At Wilmington, Del. R.H.E.
Pittsburg 000 1130027 7 1
Wilmington A. A, ,.,000 020 1 00 3 7 4
Batteries Phlllppl and O'Connor; Win
ham and Barton.
At Wheejlng-Wheellng, 6; St. Louis
AMATEUR BASE BALL" NOTES.
The second game of haso ball of (he
set les between tho clerks of the Atlantic
Refining company nnd tho clerks of the
International Salt company will bo played
at Athletic Park Saturday, June 21. Game,
begins nt 3.30 p. nt,
Lost Strayed Stoleu,
LOST Fox tenler puppy ubout Mx week
old. whlto with light colored spots.
Sultuhlo rowan! for Its return to F. at.
Spencer, SOJ Clay avenue.
LOST Packago of letteis and paper, also
monthly commutation ticket, Kings-tou-Sctunton.
nt'D L. & Vj station.
Pleat,?, return to baggage loom unit e
celvo J.'.OO rcwaid.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
WiS, FOR RENTS, FOR SUES
' Only Half a Cent a Word.
Heal Estate for Sale.
A Real Estate Investment
13 Per Gent. Net,
' !n this case It Is absolute fact, not an imaginary or estimated
return. Tho property Is located In central city, and can bo bought
for $27,000. There Is a $15,000 five por cent mortgage that may
remain as long as desired.
The actual Investment or money necessary to ac
quire ownership is
The property now pays in rentals,
Or 23 per cent, gross return on tho money outlay.
Interest on $l5,O0OMortjrajre $ 7.10.00
Water Rent 120.00
Allowance for Insurance and Repairs IJO.OO
Total Expenses $1200.00
Leaving $1,56 pet Income from the property, or, as
stated above, 13 per cent, net return on Investment.
, We have other propositions that make striking showings. Re
member, Real Estate well bought Is the safest Investment In the
We are always ready to describe and show property to parties
Dl. H. Holgate,
Real Estate, Mortgages and Other Securities
Rooms 602 and 603 Commonwealth Building1. Scranton.
FOR KENT A Hat of seven rooms nnd
bath over AI. F. AVymbs' orilco on
JnckHou street. AVlndows on all sides.
Apply M. F. AVymbs.
FOR RENT Five rooms, latest Improvo
melts,. at 73S Alams avenue.
BARN FOR RENT $12, April 1st. three
box and three single stalls and wash
rack, rear of 324 Madison avenue. In
quire at GI4 Madison avenue.
Furnished Booms for Bent.
FOR RENT One furnished room, with
Improvements; also one on thlid floor,
cheap. f27 Adams avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, nioiJrn
improvements; pilvato family; gen
tlemen preferred, at 537 Adams avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas nnd bath, gentlemen pie
feired, at C39 Adams avenue.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED Furnished house of foul or
flvo tooms for housekeeping. Address
A. G. E Tribuno office.
"WANTED Fin nlshed or unfurnishrd
loom: centrally located. Write P.
O. Box .116. r
Board and Booms.
VERY DESIRABLE. suito of rooms with
first class table board, can bo obtained
at 33a Jefferson avenue.
FOR SALE Ilnvingr to break up housc
koeplns will sell household lurniturc
cheap. 623 Linden street.
FOR SALE-Two milch cows. Inqulro J.
W. Travis, Crane avenue, Cnpousc
Wuiks, east of Parker street.
FOR SALE Eleprant sites for homes in
upper Greon Ridee; cholco neighbor
hood; most desirable locality for homo
In Lackawanna county. J. A. Murvlne,
173G Sanderson avenue.
Money to Loan.
ANY OvMOUNT OFtONEy TO i.OAN
Qulck, stialght loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to G por cent. Call on
N, V, Walker, 314-315 Connell building.
RHEUMATISM-AU parties that wish
can be speedily and permanently cured
of all varieties of Rheumatism by'a vege
table compound; cures guaranteed. In
quire or address J, E. Taylor, Scranton.
GENTLEMEN'S Shirt AVaists cut and
made to order. Jl. V. Sykes & Co,,
rooms 41 nnd ! Burr-building,
THlT INTERNATIONAL OORREiT
PONDENCE SCHOOLS of Scran
ton, Pa,, want a few high class rep
resentatives to solicit and collect in
Philadelphia and adjoining towns
nnd cities. Good earning possibili
ties for bright and energetic men.
Single men who are either High
school, Normal school or College
graduates preferred. Only .wen. who
can devote all their time to'buslness
need apply. Sond references ajid ad
dress, J, H. BEICHEBT, Supt,
IIS N. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The Finest Opportunity Ever Presented
Scranton Liveryman to Embark in Business,
See What Is Offered;
Lot in heart of city, with frame barn, with uiulergiound stable, containing nine
teen stalls. Flint lloor for wugous and carriuges; faccoiul floor for hay, etc., and tix
llvlng looms for stableman's residence. Eight good horses, four Bets double har
ness, one set doublo coach harness, ouo set double Miney' harness, six sets single
harness, six buggies, ono surrey neatly now, one three-seated wagon with top, thieo
lumber wagons, one agents' wagon, tlnoo sleights, blankets, robes, whips, etc, etc.
BUYS EVERYTHING, BARN,
GOOD WILL AND ALL,
For Further Information See
W. T. HACKETT,
Price Buildinar. 126.128
Accepted for Less
Than 10 Cents. , .
Real Estate for Sale,
Help Wanted Male.
signs, show cauls, tickets, etc. Home
study; booklet fieo. Y. A. Thompson,
MEN, NOT under 25 years, to call on old
and new tustomeis. No delivoilng.
Position permanent to the light p.nty.
Pay weekly. Glen Brothers, Rochester,
AVANTED Filst class non-union jobbing
plumbers, 13.25 per day of eight hours.
A. M. Gilffen, Plalnlield, N. J.
AVANTED Business men of unquestion
able character who have plenty of en
ergy and push and who enn give bond or
security, to handle our line of Root Beer,
Orangeade and Lemonade put up In tablet
form. Good me ncnn make big money.
Call or address in for 10 Manufactuilng
Company. Simon Long Building, AVIlkes
MACHINISTS wanted for lathe work,
turret lathe work, and electing. Steady
woik and top wages. F. R. Patch Mfg.
Co.. Rutland, A't.
Help Wanted Female.
COMPETENT girl wanted: inquire of
Mrs. M. F. Wymbs, 409 AVyoming ave.
CUSTOM SHIRT OPERATORS wanted at
once. Rooms 44 and 4U Burr building.
H. AV. Sykes & Co.
, ' '
unmarried men between ages of 21 and
35; cltlsfens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits, who tan
speak, read and write English. For In
formation apply to Recruiting Officer, No.
123 AVyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
GERMAN woman, aged 23 years, strong
and vigorous, excellent lauudiess,
wants work by tho day. Call or address
448 Willow street.
SITUATION AVANTED-As nursery gov
erness or at Unlit housework by a
young lady graduate used to work. Ad
dress Box 135, Fuctoryville, Pa.
ENGLISH WIDOW; Protestant; educat
ed: capable; desires position as house
keeper. Address M. C, euro Mrs. Glbbs,
117 Linden stieet, Sciauton.
AVANTED Position, by young woman
who has had eporlunco and can fur
nish satisfactory leferoncw. Ad euro Y.
AV. C. A., 205 Washington avenue.
AVANTED Position, as general assistant
In tho ofrlco or to bookkeeper; experi
ence and teferenccH furnished. L., euro
Y. A C. A., 205 AVnshlngton avenue.
AVANTED Position ns caretaker, either
in country or willing to go away for
tho summer; responsible nnd willing sei
vlco guaranteed, H caio Y. AV. C. A-.,
205 AVnshlngton avenue.
YOUNG AVOMAN would llko position ns
companion to nn elderly ladv; good
reader, pianist, nnd capnhlo: had experi
ence traveling. RT., Y. W. C, A., 205
SITUATION AVANTED-By n mlddlo
aged lady In Protestant family or as
housekeeper In small family. Can fuinlMi
excellent refetences. Address rear MS N.
AVANTED Position ns senmstiess or
companion, or would work by tho day
with diessmakcr, Address M, E. F
Tribuno ofllcc. ni
STOCK 'aNdTwiVkat' TRADERS w It'll
out delny. AVilto for our special mar.
kel letter. Free on application, te, M,
Illbbard & Co., members N. Y. Consoli
dated nnd 8tock Exchange, 44 nnd 40
Broadway, Now York. Established 1S64.
Long Distance 'Phono 21S8 Broad.
IZ 1 1
LOT. HORSES, CARRIAGES,
The Real Estate Broker
hi1! iii mi wu - rr-
BUSINESS 0PMHTIE& RfllESM
Only Half a Cent a Wtftf.
SEALED PROPOSALS will ho opened In
tho offlco of tho City Recorder by the
Director of the, Dopnrtmont of Public;
Aorks at ;i o'clock, p. m on Monday,
Jnnn 2J. ik, for the followliiK named
work! Lutein I sower In Penn nvonuo nnd
Lnrch street: blddem slmll encloio with
each proposal cash or certified check lif
tho sum of threo hundred ($300) dollars ns
n guarantfo to execute a contract If
nwnuled tho pnme. In ense tho bidder to
whom the continct shall have been
nwnrded refuses or omits to execute a
contrnct for the work In accordance with
the plnns nnd speclflcntlons therefor with
in ton (10) day from tho dato of tin
nwnrd, the enclosure accompanying his
proposal shall be forfeited to tho use of
tho city of Scrnnton.
Laying flagstone sidewalks on the west
frtly side of Plttston avenue, from Roar
ing Brook bridge to River street, where
same lira not laid.
Laying flagstone sldnwnlks on both sides
of North Mnln nvonuo, from Wood street
to Market streot, where wnlks are not al
Lnylng flagstnnn sldqwnlks on both sldfs
of Fllmoro avenue, from Jackson street
to AVnshburn Btreot, whero wnlks aro not
Plnnn anil speclflcntlons nre on file nnd
can ho seen nt tho Bureau of Engineering.
Bidders will ho furnMied with proposal
blanks nt tho Bureau of Engineering nnd
no others will be accepted.
All proposnls shall bo filed with the City
Controller, In hlR offlco In tho City Half,
Scrnnton, Pa., not Inter thnn 2.30 o'clock
p. m on Monday, Juno 23. 1P02,
Tho cltv reserves tho right to reject any
or nil bids.
JOHN E. ROCHE, Director.
Department of Public AVorks.
Scrnnton, Pa., Juno 14, 1002.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE-Estate of
Amos Sax, deceased.
By virtue of an order of the Orphan'
Court of Lackawannu county, there will
bo exposed to public sale at tho grand
Jury room, in tho Court House, nt Scran
ton. in snid county, on Thursday, the 17th
dav of July, 1902, at 10 o'clock n. m tho
following described pleco of land:
All that certain lot, piece, or parcel of
land, situate, lying and being In the town
ship of Ransom, County of Lackawanna,
and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and
described ns follows, to wit: Being n part
of certified lot No. 22 beginning at a maple
corner, being tho westerly corner of said
lot; thence by the Susquehanna river
north. 72 degrees 30 minutes west. 09
perches to n corner; thenco by said lot of
which this Is a part north, OS degiees cast
431 perches to tho easterly line of said lot:
thence south, 07 degrees east, 62 2-10
perches to a corner; thenco by the land
of John Gardner, south 08 degrees west,
424 perches to tho place of beginning, con
taining 110 acres nnd 128 perches with th
usual allowance of 6 per cent, etc., be the
same moro or less, being the same prem
ises which John Armstrong nnd wife, by
deed dated 22 March, 1K17, and recorded in
the office for recording of deeds, etc.. In
rnd for tho county of Luzerne, In Deed
book No. 32, page 02.",, etc., sold and con
veyed to Georgo Sax, his heirs and as
signs in fee, and being the same premises
which Geoige M. Sax and wlfo, by deed
dated 20 April. 1S7G. nnd recorded In said
offlco in Deed book No. 198. at page h9,
sold and conveyed to Amos Sax, his heirs
and assigns In foe. Excepting, however,
fiom and out of the said 110 acres and 128
perches nnd allowance of land more or
less, thp following described land: Begin
ning in the center of the public road
lending from Tunkhnnnock to Plttston in
lino of lnnds now or Into of Jacob Der
shlmor; thenco south, CO degrees oast,
2S C-10 perches along said road: thence
south, 08 degrees west, 38 perches to the
canal; thence south, 75 degrees east,
18 n-lo perches along said canal; thence
south, 05 degrees east, 16 perches; thence
north, 08 degrees east. 103 5-10 perches:
thence north. 32 degrees west, 40 perches:
thenco south. (.0S degrees west, -97 B-1C
perches to tho plnco of beginning, con
taining 28 acies nnd 127 perches strict
measure, being thp same premises which
Oeorgo Sax and wife, bv deed dated 18th
Anrll, 18.19. and recorded in said offlco in
Deed book No. 78, at page 295, etc, sold
nnd convoyed to Sarah Ann Sax, her heirs
and assigns In fee. The part of the above
described land which is to the west of
the 28 acies and 127 perches reserved is
improved with fruit trees growing there
on. Terms of Sale VMO upon day of sale;
J.VM upon confirmation absolute of sale,
and tho remainder upon delivery of deed.
IRA'IN TI. SAX. Executor.
ELIZABETH SAX. Executrix.
CHARLES L. HAAVLEV,
Attorney for Estate,
616-517-318 Connell Bldg, Scranton, Pa.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAUI.DING. C. P. A., 23
Traders' Bank building. Old telephone.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B,
Real Estate Exchango Bldg., 120 AVash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, S15 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 720 CONNEH
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER. PAULI
building. Spruco street. Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 113 AVYOMING avo.
AVILLARD, AVARREN & KNAPP, AT
tornoys and Counscllors-nt-Law, 603 to y
612 Connell building.
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors - at - Law. Commonwealth
Building, Rooms 19, 20 nnd 21.
L. A. AVATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ,
Board of Trado Building, Scranton, Pa.
A. AV. BERTHOLF. OFFICE MOVED TO
No. 211 AVyoming nvenue, g.
Patent Attorney. 7.'
PAT t IN I Oof the Globe.
The only licensed nnd equipped patent.
solicitor In the city. No -charge' tin- iiu
formation on patentability; over telfj'cari
Rcploglc & Co.. Mcars Bldg?'
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 125 AND 127 FRANK,
llu nveuuo. Rates leasonoblo, "
P. ziEOLKn, Proprietor, .
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. & Wj.
Passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu
ropean pian. icyor tvucii. riuinwwi,,
A. B. BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS'
nnd ceta pools: no odor: only ImprovM
pumps used. A. B. Bilggs. proprietor;
Lcavo ordeis 1100, North Mall) avenue.
or EUko's drug store, coiner Adams anjj.
Mulbuiry, Both telephones. JT
1 ; a:
Wire Screens. .V
JOSUPH Kl'ETTEL. REAR 511 LACKAi.
ne., Sciunton. infra, of Wlro Screousr
MEGARGEE BROS . PRINTERS' SUPt
piles, envelopes.- paper bags, twine.
AVareJiouse, fjO AVabhtngton avenue.
THE AVILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN
i: M. Norton. 322 Lackawanna
ave.; I. S. Schutzcr, 211 Spruco ttic-H,