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THIS SCH AK TON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 9, 1894.
MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS.. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. 811 AW, EHBBBOIT, NlitVESiULAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POH XI IE PRICES, KEW AND SECOND HAK1 All I'ltlCKS ORBAN A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- I WHITE nun And always have Good Bread. MAXUFACTl'EKD AND FOtt SALE TO THE TRADE 1)Y The Weston Mill Co EEMB OF COUNTERFEITS 1 THE .BENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIMS G.. B. & Co., Imnrintnl rn Each Clnar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. I (lUKt HOI ... bUt'AHK. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. MW.R HffllM' fZPJUMPA.lL J J WW U VVUW I 2J0TU b.Sj ?.& '35 WYOMING AVe NORTH I ND BRIEFS. T1k North End offlco nf tho BCRANTon Thiiunk is located nt 103 Wort Market street when subscriptions, advertisements und eom nranicatioas will receive prompt attention. Tomorrow will bo observed ht various Proviilence churches ns "Cliildren's Sun day.'' The Crystal Drum corps bold a social on Wednisday evening at the Company H armory. !iss Hughes, owner of the Gilboy Hotol property, ih r-novatin? tho building and making extensive improvements. The Providence True Ivorites will run an excursion to Mountain Park today. The train conveying the members will leave the Providence Central railroad depot nt 8 a. m. N. II. McOreevy hut ceased to corre spond for Tm; TltlHUNB from the North End and will devote his whole time to his medical studies. He is succeeded by T. Owen Charles. The neighborhood of Wayne avenue was disturbed en Wednesday night In- a quar rel between husband and Wife, residents on the avenue, the result of which was that the wife was locked out for tiie night. A sobstnntial and commodious double house is in course of erection for lliss Bell Von Storch in the Eli etric I ity park, North Main tivnuue, ami various other buildings are indifferent stages of erection in other parts of the park. Tho choir of the Providence Methodist Episcopal church will give an entertain ment in the church parlors Friday even ing, Jane 16. They will be assisted by Mrs. Charles MetSgar, contralto, and Mrs. Wil liam AlcDoimld. Refreshments of cake and cream will bo served. 'Fha Diavolo" nt the Frothinghim this afternoon. Prices 10, 15 and 25 cents. NO MEETING OF BOARO OF HEALTH. A Quorum of toe Bhinbjre Could Not Bi Mustered Owing to the nbsence of Directors Z)lg lor and Kelly from the city and the Inabil ity of Dr. llenlly to ho present, tho regu lar meeting of the board of health called for yo-terday afternoon was not held. The report of Secretary Uriggs fur the month of May was oxamiued by the mem bers present. It showed that the total number of deaths was 147. Thero were twenty-six marriagos during tho sums pe riod and 150 birth. Of tho latter seventy five were males nnd seventy-live females. Irjured In Hampton Minx John Kushia, aged 35 years, a Polandor, was severely injured by a fall of rock while at work iu the Hampton mino yesterday. The femur or the right log sustained a simple (racturo, but each bone of the other limb received a compound fracturo. He wns taken to the Moses Taylor hospital and will probably recover. f crouton's Business Interests. Thk Trihune will soon publish a euro fully compiled nnd classihVd list of the lending wholesale, baakiiig, manufactur ing and professional interests of Scninton nnd vicinity. Tho edition will be bound in book form, beautifully illustrated with photogravure viows of our pnblic build ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together with portraits of leading citizens. No similar work has ever given an equal rep resentation of Scrauton's many indus tries. It will bo an invaluable exposition of our business resources. Sent to persons outside the city, copies of this handsome work will attract new comers and be an unequalled advertisement of tho city. The circu lation Is on a plan that cannot fail of good results to those concerned as well as the city atlarge. Representatives of Tmc Tkibunb will call upon those whose names are desired in this edition' and explain its nature more fully. Those desiring viows of thoir resldoncos in tnis edition will please have notice at the office. Ice cream at wholesale. Reinhnrt's market. PIANOS I TRIAL LIST Cases Set town for Trial for the Term Be ginning June 18. AH UNUSUALLY SMALL NUMBER Thero are Only One Hundred and Sixty-three Cases on tho List for the Two Weeks and Many of Jhem Have Been Continued From Past Terms The Higher Grade of Crime Notably Absent From the List. The criminal trial list for the two weeks' term of crimiu il court begin ning June 18, was in up yesterday by District Attorney Krilly. It la un usually short, having only nbout one naif the number of cush on it that fig ured on tho previous trial list this year, FIRST WEEK, MONDAY, JUNE 18 1. Patrick Munlev. Thomas Gibbons and Frank Morrow, lar. and roc; T. P. Pierce. pros. .' George It. Rutty, a. and b.; W. R. I Bhedd. pros. II. Walter Smith, f. nud b.; Bridget Kuanc, prox. 4. Thomas Murray, a. and b. ; Elizabeth Davis, prux. 5. William Watches, nt. nt rape; Julin Uigatz, prox. 6. John Mulkerln and Sarah Mnlkerin, a. and b. : D. C. Perry, pros. 7. Q, W. Schoonover et ah, fcl. w. ; Norah Oleary, prox. 8. Mathcw Scaulon, agg. a. aud b.; W. T. Bltnpson, pros. 9. Mathow Scaulon, sgg. a. nnd b.j W. T. Simpson, pros. 10. Mathew Scaulon, a. ngg. nnd b. ; W. T. Simpson, pros. !1 Michael Perke nnd (leorgo Huss, a. nnd b. ; Isaac Harrison, prosi 1, Fiauk Hlgabond, a. undb.; Anthony Peterson, pros. 18, Frank Higabond, m. m.; Goorgo H. L wry, pros. 14. John Roane aud Owen Malta, m. m. ; Owen Lee, pi os, 15. Duvid Williams, n. at r.; Stcnyn Kalupiii, pros. HI William Desmond, b.; W. H. Blake, pros. 17. John Lavin, a. a. and b.; I. P. Dolph, pros. TUESDAY, .K.'NE 19 18. William James, n. und b.; William Davis, pros. lit Christopher Walsh, a. and b.; John Henuigun, pros. 20. J. W. Mciiiin, d. c; William Hess, rros. 21. Michael Mutijudwicz, n. and b. ; Mar tin Woybela, pros. 22. Jos Parytoski, a. and b.; Michael Matijudwicz, pros. :;:. Mary Jones, a. nudb.; Michael Ly man, pros. 24. i'atrick Malia, point, f. a.; John Polko. pros. 25. Joseph Bedugas, a. and b.; Joseph Perttfski, pros. 26. John Woergle, lar. and rcc; Elizn Newton, prox. 27. Johu D. O'Hora and Bridget O'Hora, in. m.i Annie IfcQettigao, prox. 8. Michael Soloter, agg. n. and b.; Joseph Haddock, pros. 20. F. 1'lezuet.ki, m. m.; Roger Penonski, pros. 80. F. Plezneski, m. in.; Jacob Mattos, pros. 81. Thomas McOuire, m. m.; Stepheu Mabey, pros. 32. John Kocher, fel. wound.; John Dolun, pros. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 33. J. Walsh and Michael Nealou, burg lary; S. Root, pros. 34. Michael Joyce, agg. a. and b. ; Mar garet Al..rati, pros. 35. Michael Chume, fol. wouud.; Joseph Kranyok, pros. 30 Andrew Long nnd William Phillips, robbery; Wm. Hills, pros. 37. Jos. Biddous and Adam Wilkallis, robbery; Adam Tertousky, pros. 38. John P. Mahou, tip. house; Chas. Robinson, pros. 30. Peter J. Cosgrove, tip. homo; Cha. Robinson, pros. 40. Horltl Kine, tip. house: Chas. Rob inson, pros. 41. Thomas OBoyle, tip. house; Chas. Robinson, pros, 42. Peter J. Cummings tin. house: Chas. RobinsoD, pros. 43. P. H. (iilgnllon, tip. house; Chas. Robiuson, pros. 44. Patrick Judge, a. and b.;J. F. Moran, pros. 45. Patrick Phillips, a. and b; Michael Suip, pros. 40. John P. Coar, omb. ; August Sauer, pros. 47. Frank Campbell, iar. nud rec; W. T. SiifTpson, pros. TIIUHSDAY, JUNK 21. 48. Miles Varley, a. and b.; J. J. Burko, pros. 4'J. M. Flaherty and Mark Sullivan, riot; P. W. Gallagher, pros. 50. Horton I.ee,selhng liquor on Sunday; J. W. Peck, pros. 51. Calvin Krider, a. nnd b. ; Michael Cunningham, pros. 52. Michael Coyne and Thomas Coyne, ag. a. and b. ; .Michael Coyne, pros. 53. Frank Uerius, 1. and r.; W. T. Simp son, pros. 54. Fred Young, 1. nnd r. ; W. T. Simp. son, pros. 55. William Walsh, 1. and r.; W.T.Simp 100, pros. 50. Frank Marosco, receiving; W, T. Simpson, pros. 57. J. Denungin nnd Mariano Donungia, receiving; W. T. Simpson, pros. 58. John Maloy, receiving; W. T. Pimp sod, pros. FRIDAY, JUNE 22 '50. William Cabbage and F. Meazures, robbery; Frank Smith, pros. CO. Johu Sherrick, tip house; Matthew Bean, pros. 81. Michael Gibson, a. and b; Celia Walsh, pros. 63. John M. Burke, t. h.; Richard Barren, pros. 03. Jonathan Venison, a. nnd b. ; Tnomas Venison, pros. 04. Thomas M. Thornton, a. nnd b.; Al bert Biiiger, pros. 05. Lucbia Mowopo, a.; Josoph Mewopo, pros. 66, Mathlas Barber, f.; Joseph Mewopo, pros. SATURDAY, JUNIi 23. 07. A Fuller Johnston, d.; B. Johnston. prox. 08. Shndrack Lewis, d.; Kato LowiB, prox. 69. William Noll, d.; Kate Lewi-, prox. 70. Putriok Corcoran, s.; Jane McDon nell, prox. 71. George Marques, s.; John Septonsky, pros. 72. Michnel Walsh, s.; John Wisiulfski, pres. 73. Patrick Mnngnn, s.; John Jovce, pros. 74. John Kane, s.; James Jtidgo. pros. 75. Kato G'Brion, surety; John Doland. pros. 70. Celia MeDormott, suroty; John Doland, pros. 77. Mnrgarot Doland, suroty; Colin Me Dormott, pros. 78. Petor Lukuta, surety; John Repi Ii.sk i, pros. 79. John R. Kelly, surety; Mrs. W. B. Duggan, pros. 80. James Murtagb, suroty; Mrs. James Murtoeb, pros. 81. Thomas Mullen, surety: Mary Mul len, pros. 82. Frca Shembertr and Mrs. Fred Shem berg, surety; Frank Pasek, pros. SECOND WEEK, MONDAY JUNE 25. 83. Michael Early, robbory: Joseph Cas setso. pros. 84. Robert ; Robinson, rape; Martha Hnber, prox. 85 Robert Robinson, seduction; Martha Ilnber. prox. 80. Charles L. Tobor, I. nnd r. ; Courad Luther, pros. 87. Martha Toboy, 1. and r.l Conrad Luther, pros. 88. Fred Luther, 1. and r.; W. T. Simp sbn, pros. QUI 89. Thomas Lough ran, et nl. , 1. and r. ; W. T. Simpson, pros. 90. Jacob l!u -he, a. and b.; Michael Augusta, pros. 91. William Drake, p. f. a.; Patrick Phillips, pros. 92. Fred Pock, jr., agg. a. and b; Julius Betzel, pros. 93. Harvoy Surgen, omb; W. H. Smith, pros. 94. Catharine Gurns, a. and b.; Eliza Zing, prox. 05. Pal rick Kane, a. nnd b. ; Patrick Hop kins, pros. 90. Edward P. O'Boyle, a. andb; Daniel Cadden, pros, 07. Herman Bacbman, assault; Mary Bachmnn, prox. Tl ESSAY, JUNE 20. OS, W. D. Frank and Frank Leader, lar. by bailee, Nicholas Kiefer, proB. 00 W. 1). Frank and Frank Leader, lar. by bailee; Nicholas Ktefor, pros. 100. George Raspasco, a. und b.; Phillip Williams, pros. 101. Anthony Litems, dis. house; W. T. Simpson, pros. 102. Joseph Hudewick, sel. on Sunday; Marv Hardwatz, prox. 103. Ruth Llewelyn, agg, and b.; Ida Jones, prox. 104. Thomas Bilbon, emb. ; Johu J. Shea, pros. 105. F. (4. Rarick, agg. a, and b. , Johu G. Hughes, pros. 106. Frank Gurr Ilia, a, and b.; Andrew Coolomage, pros. 107. Stanaslaus Koziol, att. at rnpe; Elizabeth Davis, prox. 108. Stanaslaus Koziol, ntt. at rape; Mar' ha Kline, prox. 109. Stanaslaus Koziol, a. andb.;T. J. Walsh, pros. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 27. 110. Powell Garbage, Adam Pasco, Charles Block, Alex Geroinagw nnd Frank Patuliuus, a. a. and b; Andrew Smith, pros. 111. Marsh Hall and Harry Leston, 1. and r.; .1. T. Fnrenholt, jr., pros. 112. William Hull and Thomas Munk, jr., arson; J. F. McAuilrew, pros. 113. Malleo Campnnilla and A. Barbara, dot, bourdiug house; Nicholas Pezarro, pros. 114. Atoiuo Barbara, c. c. w.: Nicholas Pezarro, pres. 115. John Kelly, nuisauco; W. H. Burke, pros. 110. Antoino Mukaluskey nnd George Droscabage, a. ondb.; A. Lotzklonovago, pros. 117. Powell Plonavago, Autou Muknlus koy and George Droscabago, a, and b.; Wil 1 i ii in Boras, pros. lis. Thomas Barrat, f. and b. ; Sabina Cnveny, prox. 110. Sarah Colling, 1. and r.; W. M. O'Connor, pros. 1-0. Peter Uncan aud Killen Buss. d. f. a.; John Lukon, pros 121. .Mary Van Scoter, a. and b.; Titus u, Evans, pros. THURSDAY. JUNE 28. 122. John Drosdock, John Starko, Michnel Temko, Michnel Mott aud Annie Uarvoai:, fel. wound.; Mux Krehler, pros. 123. F.dward Couuoly, a. and b.; Henry Lot i us, pros. 124. Nelson Churchill, def. board, house: Fannie M. May, prox. 125. Ueorge Prokopovitz, unlaw, redlliug registered buttles; P. F. Leonard, pros. :20. George Prokopovitz.unlaw. retilling registered bottles, P. F. Leounrd, pros. 127. George Prokodovitz, unlaw, refilling registered bottles; P. F. Leonard, pros. 12S. Alex Shinto, unlaw, refilling regis tered bottles; A. M. Morse, pros. 120. William Mittloinnu, unlaw, refilling registered bottles; A. M. More, pros. 130. Michael Luvelle, et a., riot; Gdorso Siaruer, pr;js. 131. J. W. McLain, emb.; R. J. Beam ish, pros. 132. C. S. Doud, a. andb: Ziba Tingle paugb, pros. 133. Emma Fay nnd Charles White, bawdy house; W. T. Simpson, pros. 134. Thomas Z'jinla, ag. a. aud b. ; Nich, Pron, pros. 135. Isador Potrack, a. and b.; Annie PasciiB. prox. 130. Patiick Hennigan, extortion, Con stant Neuiuialki, pros. 137. J. W. Clark, extortion. Constant Neuiuialki, pros. FRIDAY, JUNE 29. 108. R. E. Lowry, lar. by bailee; R A. Zimmermnn, pros. 130. Godfried Gall md nnd Fred Galium!, Mary Grieg, pros. 140. Arthur Griffiths, n. aud. b; Wnssel Basillgn, pros. 141. Daniel Williams and Benjamin Gil bert, n. and b.; Lawrence Rooney, pros. 142. Michael Toki-h, a. and b.; Philip Williams, pros. 14'i William Lowis. Thomas McAndrow, John McDonald and Mcbonogh, roceiviug; William Qninn, pros, 111. Thomas Cnvannugh, a. nnd b. : Hnnah Cavannugb, prox. 145. Joseph Uroz, def. b. house; Joseph Willendente, pros. 140. Anthony Valilisker, a. and b., Rich ard Penn, pros. 147. Gabriel Murphy, lar. and reo., W. T. Siiiison, proB. 14S. Frank Shultz, n. and b., J. J. La velle, pros. SATURDAY, JUNE 30. 149. Patrick Buiks, suroty, Margaret Stanton, prox. 150. Morris Simons, suroty, John Neary, pros. 151. George Able, surety, Anna K. Able, pinx. 152. John Bartos, surety, Margaret Bartos, prox. 153. Ellzubeth Rjwland, suroty, Jauo Waltors, prox. 151. Elizabeth Yondell, surety; Robert Tendell, pros. 155. ThomaB Cavanaugh, surety; Han nah Cavannugb, pros. 150. Jonathan Venison, surety; Thomas Veuison, pios. 157. Rosa Stroho, surety; Lena Suravitz, prox. 158. Jnraos Gagnhan, surety; Jnmos Cummings, pros. 159. Herman Bachraan, suroty; Mary Bachinan, prox. 100. Patrick Mullally, surety; Ann Mul lally, prox. 101. Eliza Zang.suroty; Catherine Ourns, prox. 102. Edwnrd Ryan, surety; Patrirk Moore, pros. 108. Sabina Ryan, surety; Patrick Moore, pros. Abiiit Widening Fwetland Street. The streets and bridges committeo of select council will come together, and all the interested property owners are in vited to bo present, on next Tuesday even ing at 7.3 in the city building to consider the mutter of acquiring land for the widening of that part of Swetland street btween Sixth street nnd North Main arenas. "Fra Diavolo" at tho Frothingham this afternoon. Prices 10, 15 nud 25 cents. Dr. A. E. isiiRR, having opened his of fices in tho Burr building, Washington avenue, will resume tho practice of hie protession, whore ho will be glad to Bervs his did patrons aim public in goueral. Rhinuart'h market sells meat and gro ceries t lowest prices. Motherel Mothers!! Motherelll Mrs. Winslow's Soothiug Syrup has been used lor over fifty yean by millions o. mothers for their children while teething with perfect success. It soolhes the child softens the gums, ulhiys all pain; cures wind colic, nnd is the best remedy for di arrheas. Sold bydiuggists in every part of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup." and tnko no no other kind. Twenty-live cents a hot tie. AT THE PrOthinghuin this evening "Fra Diavolo" will bo given. Prices 15, 25, 85 and 50 cents. AMERICA ILLUSTRATED. By a new arrangement The Turn L'NE is euab'od to offer its readers ai y one of the twenty parts of tho "America" portfolio for ten cents. All parts are now ready. This is the finest collection of populnr photogra phic views in print. Send stamps or cash. No coupou is necessary. ROTES SOUTH A Street Car Runs luLo a Trip of Empty Coal Cars But Slight Damage Results. NONE OF THE PASSENGERS HURT Meeting of Temperance District Offi cers Tomorrow at St. John's Hall. Miss Kricbaum Will Address Young Ladies at Y. W. C. A. Special Mu3ic at Cedar Avenue Church for Children's Day. A collision happensd yeBterilay after noon shortly nftsr 1 o'clock, where the narrow roadway triek running to tlw .National breaks crosses the street cur tracks. Tho William Thomas locomo tive, pulling trip of empty coal cars, was returning from tho National breaker, and cur 204 was coming down the nd when tiio locomotive and trip reaoho I the crowing. Motormnu Moggs tried to stop the car aud, finding that the brakes re fused to work, ho reversed the power, but the car did not stop and the result was a smash-up, throwing a half doz u of the coal cars off and dragging tilt street car to a positiou at right auglus with the rails. A commercial traveler numul Hichurdson was the only pas eougur inside the car. There wore three others on the rear platform with the conductor, but they jumped when they saw the impending accident. The mo;oruiuu bravely stuck to his post and had his uunds ou t lit brakes when the car cuue to u standstill. There was practically no damage done to the cars or any injuries sustained by the psss.Migors. Traitic wus interrupted for about throi-quariera of an hour. WILL MEET IN ST. JOHN'S HALL. The District cm i ,.i h Dioossan Un ion to B Hold T-miiui Afternoon. Tomorrow atteiuoou ut 2.30 o'clock will meet in Si. John's hall, the dis trict ufiicers of tho Diocesm Catholic Total Abstinouce union, Tiie board of directors will submit to the meeting their work in connection with tho ar rangement for the next quarterly c in vention which, it is exp cteJ, will bo held on the West Side in the latter part of July. It is the purpose of the proceedings tomorrow to outiiue nn interesting schedule of work toward tli3 arousing of enthusiasm in the cause of teuiper uuce. A committeo of St. John's Total Al.stiuonc society has assumed the task of making the visit of the district officers a very pleasant o:ie. EXERCISES AT THE Y. W. C. A. Miss Krlgbauin Will Address the Younii Ladies at the MeHtli g. Tho usual Interesting S ibbath exer cises ut the rooms of the South Side Young Women's Christian asiociutiou will lake place tomorrow afternoon, beginning ut 3 1") The regular fifteen minutes' song service will precede the uddresa to be givon. Miss Krigbaum will address the members of tho association, and her remarks promise to be of more than ordiuury importance. SOUTH SIDE J UTINGS. Druggist F. L. Terppo's now building will be started ut Monday morning. Charlus Huoster is accumulating much fortuunto assurance in his candidacy for register of wills. Thefunoralof tho infant son of Nicho las Hautz, of South Wnshiugton avenue, will be held this afternoon. Interment will bo mude iu tho Gorman Catholic ceme tery, Jacob Lutz, of Cedar avenue, who fell from the paint shop nt the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western car slnqn, re turned to work yesterday, fully recov ered. Iu tho account of James Merrick's death his oge was stated us nearly SO years. His wifo wishes to state that at the time of her husband's death he wns but a few years over 60. All young woman and girls are invited to attend tho meoting tomorrow afternoon nt il.45 at tho South Side Young Women's Christian association, led by Miss S. C. Krigbaum. The subject is "What Shall We Do with Our Education?" Tho German Beneficial association will hold a picnic at Central Park garden to day. The past oveuts of amusements un der the auspices of this organization were more than delightful, und all indications agree thnt this will bo no oxceplion. Tho picnic of the Scrnnton Liedorkranz at Central Park Mouday intends to surpn.s anything of a like nature hold at that pop ular resort yet this season. Tho Mozart Quartette club will entertain tho picnick er!, with vocal numbers of a high order. Tho music connectod with the observ ance of Chrildren's Day servicoi tomorrow nt the Cedar Avenue Mothodist Episcopal church will be ospscially fine. An orches tra of three pieces, played by Charles H. Knester, Albert E. .Morgan aud Fred Joms will accompany the church choir. Fathor Aust's bright newspaper was two inouflis' old yesterday, and its appearance Indicates that h i- gsted with healthy vi tality, lis editor states that tho gratify ing success so far has excelled his bright est expectations. Auother South Sider hn9 launched on the journalistic son nnd is also meeting with good fortune. It is Albert K. Meyers, of Pittston avnnnp.whn dits a woll written little journal dovoled to church work. Street Commissioner Kirst dosorves thanks for one noticeable habit. Whenever ho sets his men at work to repair u bad spot in tho road, tho place is not left until it is properly and sub.iautially repairol. Tho Improvement begun yestorday after noon on Cedar avenue, at the corner of Ltirch streot, will mako that spot n dry place hereafter, instead of having it ns ii wns, a huge mud pndddle. There are many REMEMBER there are huntlrccls of brands of White Lead (so called) on the market that are not White Lead, composed largely of Barytcs and other cheap materials. But the number of brands of genuine Strictly Pure White Lead is limited. The following brands ! are standard "Old Dutch" process, and just as good as they were when you or your father were boys : i "Atlantic," " Beymor-Bauman." "Jowott," "Davis-Chambers." "Fahnestook," " Armstrong fcMcKolvy." I For Colors. National Lead Co.'s Turc White Lead Tinting Colore, a one-pound cna to a IS-pOUnd keg of Lead and mix your own paints. Saves time nnd annoyance In BMtehlag Shades and InsttSSS the K-t paint that it If possible to put on wood, Send us a peUl card nud get our book on paints anil ciior-c.ird, free; it will prubal!) save you a good many dollars. NATIONAL LEAD CO.. New York. other points Mr. Kirst intends to start at as soon as this job in finished. Drs. Munley, Walsh aud Roos performed a critical operation, which at this stage has all the appearances of having been n very successful one, on Sarah lirowu, of Minooka, yesterday. Owing to the ex hausted condition of the patient it was feared that the operation could not bo done, as it was risky to administer uu anntbSSiOi An encysted abscesB had de veloped on the left side between the henrt mil the lung. It was necessary to cut away sections of three of hor ribs to draiu oil' tho pus. Unless blood poisoning sets iu the doctors oxpect a speedy recovury. Pon't lose sight of the fact that we will sell you a good BABY CARRIAGE for less money than you can buy it elsewhere. jWe have made many ad ditions to our LAMP STOCK They are choice and make a beautiful present with a Silk or Lace Shade. We NEVER allow our stock of Tea or Toilet Sets to run low. You know the quality. Come in and we will give you the prices. HALL IE1CHEL S MILLAR 116 Wyoming Avemm Homestead CORN, PEAS, SUCCOTASH, LIMA BEANS, $1.50 Per Dozen HOME JERSEY CBEAMEfU BITTER In 3 aad 5 lb. Tails. Ejjgs received Daily from Iho Home Poultry Farm. .C DITCHBURN, 137 Lackawanna Ave. A. W. JUHISCH 435 SPRUCE STREE1 IlICYCIiKS AND SPORTING GOODS, Victor, Qondron, Eelipse, Lovoll. Diamond und Other W hoots. Scientific Eye Testing Free Dr. Shimberg, Tho Rpoeialist on tho Bye. Hendnchcvi nnf Nervousness relieved. Latest and Improved Stylo of liyo Olasses and SpoJtacles at the Lowost I'rlcos. liost ArtlUciol l.yot inserted lor 85. SOS SPRUCE ST., op. Old Post OHIcs. Another Advocate of Ansesthene ons. BEMWOOD & WABOBIXi QBMTLElfBN It uflorris inn groat plrn-.un- to state that your new proeos. f extraettni; teeth WM u Mxnml success lr my BBSS, nod I lio.irtlly recommend It tc all. I sincerely hops that others will tost itn merits. Yours respectfully, CAI'T. S. B, BBYAMr, Scrnnton, Ta. Henwood & Wardsll, DKNTISTS, 316 Lackawanna Ave. Will on and after Mav CI make a pro it rodnr. tlon In the prices of plates. All work guar antes 1 nrst-class in overv particular. The GENUINE New LTaveu "Mathushek" Pianos ESTABLISHED 1800. New York "Warerooius No. 80 Fifth Avenuo. E. C. BICKER & CO, Sole dealers in this section. OFFICK-121 Adams Ave, Telephone BTd'l R COFttnnlnir snd soldeiintr all dono away with hy the iiso ot HAKTMAN'H I AT. ENT PAIN T, which consists of uigi-edi nts Well-known to all It can tw applied to tin, (talvanlzod tin, sheot iron nofs, also to hrlck awSUtntS, which will prevent absolutely nny cmmblinir, orsokinf or lirenltlnij of ths brick. It will outlast tinning at any kino l.y many years.and H'b cost dc.es not oxccivl ..no fifth thatof ibocost of tlnninir. Is sold by tho job or pound. Contracts t.iknn by AKTUSIO UAIC1MAN.. W Birch St. CHINA! 4sm H m m u a By THE Hindoo Handkerchief Puzzle Now on sale for 25c. or &iven away with purchase of every suit. Handsome line of Spring Overcoats' and the Nobby "Bell" Cutaway Snits Martin & Delany Custom Tailors and Clothiers, Wyoming Avenue. !M!!!!!!!. rn " " atw-s mim-n - IJELFashioni Will offer some Special Bargains for SATURDAY 3 100 dozen Children's TTANninwrTn wva i ,i mi hAVilAMI iiit.H. ft a nvivu yj ill i(Jl 100 (lo.mi Ladies' Plain Hemstitched HANDKEE tAl lilll'IS. WOrin .' cento , ,( 100 d0Zl11 I-alies' Ilhick HOSE, vguitu, wurui u cents, lor - - - 25 CENTS 3 50 do.on Lndio.s' Black Silk MITTS, line quality, worth 25 cents, (or 19 CENTS S- II MILLINERY a We offer all of our Ladies' Trimmed Hats that were M. 50. 85. 3 , 16, $8 and siO, for A new lot of Children's nillIlllIt!l9IigilllllllillllBllllllIlli:illllllHIIIH!!S!IIIII!!illllillllllil TALKING OF COOL WEATHER Reminds us that we have a lot of nice Spring Derbys in all the lat9st shades that we will let you have at at tractive figuras. Drop in at either store and see them. 205 Lackawanna Avenue and 412 Spruce Street Christian, the Hatter It's a Great Shock (C.;', fir fotho folks who nro clalmlni; thoy nnilorPlI ill ..in. ra to find that wltlnut thn loast fuss Dr blatter ws sro iciving en.-itom rn tho ben efit nt such upportnnitisn R tlieso. A Itrletljr Hlli Grmli- Llffht-wslghf Wherl, 1804 pattorn, r r SI 10 rush. 1808 pattorn, Jtir.i) Wheel, for 1575. 1804pattsrn, sjkxi Wheel, im vs.-, rusi.. l'hoho (iricon mako tho husinoss t our utoro. FLOREY & HOLT Y. M. C A BUILDING. SAY ! YOU HEAVY WEIGHTS DO YOU KNOW THAT CONRAD, THE HATTER, HAS SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR YOUR SIZE? THE CELEBRATED 3P3C A.1STOS i t Pn-sciit the Mtt Popular imd i'rpfprred by I. .!UH- 'MM-- Waroroenns : Opposite Columbus Monument, ' D Washington Av. 3crantonrPa am- mmmnniimnj - a s FRIDAY and - 3 CENTS a r,,,. . - -.T--.'iL-. a-' Wl . 0 sXiN IDS extra length, full A just HALF PBIOE Garments hist received. I . SPECIAL A Fine Diagonal Worsted Suit for Men, in colors black and blue, for 9 Clothiers, Hetie ra, & fumishEra Seasonable Suggestions Atlantic Wh ti Lead. 1 J ho Old J . "-liable 1 iions Tiutad Gloss Paints. Economical, Durable, Hoautifut U. S. Dc.-k Paints. Vory Host Tiling for Floors. Campbell's Varnish Stains. Tho Croat Furnituro Kostorer. Johnson's Prepared Kalsomine, Decorates ami Uisiw fucta your rooms. Alabastlne, Alabastln Boautiful, hsrd finish for iralls. Reynolds' E amcl Paints, Tho thiiiK for a bath tub. London Purple, Keepj your fruit trees healthy. Paris Breen. Paris 1 reen, 'J ho old romedy for potato bugs Gcnuin3 Dalmatian Powder and Magic Fluid, IWioves you of theA "test," bed bugs. Fatal Food. Fatal F00J, Tho proper diet for ronchos. Moth Camphor Balls, Moth Camphor Flakes, Tho nnrao indicatos tho use. Matthews Bros., 320 Lacka. Avs. Only $9.90 MR, ALEX, PHILLIPS Now hss has charm of tho KEYSTONE HO- I TEL, formorly cnllod tho Uroas Keys, corner Bromley ave. and tiwetland. A full line of I Liquors, Boer, Alo and Fine Cigars will be kept lu stock. Mr. Phillips will bo pleasedt o greet hlB many friends who will favor him with a .11