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MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE 4 SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AV2. SHAW, i:mi:ksoN, NV ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY I'OK THIS PKKB, MEW AND ECOM) HANI) ALL I'ltH 1 S GOOD BREAD -VSE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TKADE lit The Weston ill Co, EEWARE C? COUNTERFEITS ) THE GENUINE POPDUa Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. 8t Co, Imprint ml in Each fl'tlar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. HOI K MJL AUfcL DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. Dr. Gibbons is in Philadelphia. E. J. Fili is visiting iu Syracuse. Mrs. Kate E. Wilcox is visitinj in Cov ington, Ky. Mis. L, B. Powell is homo from a visit ninoD? Pen Yan frieaos. F. C. Hand, of this rity. mid Harry Vreeland, of Suiamiinco, N. Y., are outing at lake (juiusiginoud. MissFIiza V. Brown, of 2Jo. 410 Taylor avenue, bus left Tor a two weeks' sijourn at LulTuln ami Niagara Falls. Hurry C. Hall and .Mi-s Mary A. Price will be married at White Haven, on Wed nesday evening, Augu-t 8. Oscur Burgees has announced himself 11s a candidate for delegate from the Tliird district of iIik First ward to the R-pabli-can county convention. Tim Philadelphia Inquirer of yesterday: "John M. Harris, of Scianton, a prominent member of the junior bar of Lackawanna county, is at the Lafayette." A party composed of Mrs. D. B. Hand mid family and their guests Hon. F. Vree lan, judisoof the stipruli. court of New York slate, and his sun, Henry, are spend ing a season at Luke Quinsigmoiid. .Money Order Cleric T.J. Eagan, Puper intfiuleiit llnrry E. W'uyto, and Carriers Walter McNiulinls, Lucius Squire and Pen Jones ara enjoying their nunual vaca tion. W. D. Kiicne is acting as monoy order clerk. Rpv. P. J. McMnnus, of Gr-en Itidce, aud l!v. I'. O'Doniiell, of l'rovi donee, will leave tomorrow niijlit for New York, und on Jsaturuay morning they will sail for Qiioeustown, Ireland. After a mouth's trip through tho liiuornld Isle, both will visit Paris, Koine aud Constantinople, LETTERS FEOMTHE PEOPLE, IT'ndcr this heading short lottors of interest will bo published when accompanied, for pub lication, by the writer's name. TiikTiimiiinb will not be held responsible fur opinions hero cxprmsed.l MISSTATEMENTS CORRECTED. Editor of Tub Tiiiiutnb: Ijkah Sin Lust Sunday's issue of the Elmira Telegram contain.;!! nn artiele, uuder the caption "Wood's Business Col lege," which may create a wrong impres sion. Tho following Biipearod: "Tho fact that Professor iliick received $1,4'H) par year (term, ten mouths nt $140 per month), and Professor Whitniore $l,'i'JU shows that thoy received their share of the profit of the institution." We submit Mint, the .K. ta . m not, fill I, and have ample pro ,f iu support of our iHiouii-ut. rroi, juiick never received from Prof. Wood $l,4uu for a year's work. As per npreement, ho was to recoivo that salary forjliis last year, land ou month's vacation. He received i2o per month for ten months. Prof. Whittnore came from the west a year ago expecting to receive over 11.200 torn yesr's work, lie did nr. ceivo $1,001). Further, Prof. Wood told one, who is ready to prove this assertion nt any time, that he would offer II. I) Buck fl'JOO for next year, and he did make A. K. Whitmore. o '.'standing offer of I,. Don." ' Wo will open Tho Scrantou Business College this full nnd endeavor to conduct ft along strictly honorable linea, our prospects are very bright.and we have the best wishes of many ot hcranton's most in fluential citizens. Our Messrs. Buck nnd Whitmore do not care, therefore, to lower themselves iu the estimation of any by in dulging in a controversy with their former employer, but at the same timo we cannot afford to nllow misstatements ot facts to pass without correction. Respectfully, Buck, Wbitmoiie& Co. Scrauton, Pa., July 18. Whim Sn Many people nre taking and deriving benefit from Hood's Sarsaparilla, why don't you try tt yourself f It wilt build you np. Hood's Sursaparllla will make you strong. Hocd'i Fills cure nausea, sick headache, indigestion, biliousness. Try a box, , A Foe lo Dyspepsia , SNOW WHITE NEWS OF WEST SID Peter M. Davis, Reported Drowned, Turns Up Alive and Well. HAD BEEN ENJOYING HIMSELF Ho Met Several Old Friends and Cele brated the Occasion Had No Idea of the Excitement His Absence Caused Miss Helen B. Potter Mar ried to Robert J. Williams The Salvation Army Praying for Sinners. (The West Side offlcB of the Scrantox Titliil'NK is located at 113 NortU Main ave nue, whore subscriptions, advertisements anil communications will recuive prompt attention. I'oterM. Davis. of South Main avenue who wasjreported to hiivn teen drowned, 11c 1'Ii'umtst bench, linn been found. At mi early hour hint evening Mr. Davin Mtmidd home from Nanticoki. When iv Tiiiucnk reporter culled at tho resi dence of liid daughter. Mrs, II. F. May, she stated it was her bliof that !:-r father wai not doad. 13 Mijainltt Smith, proprietor of a hotel ou North Main avenue, said that he saw Davis in Wilkin- Burr on Sunday. A 8-iireu was made in Wilkes-Carre and N.iu tik', but to no avail. She ttien thought he luusl heat Taylor. In fact she whs at a loss to explain his absence as ho ins not been kuuwu to miss a day's work in yours. He left homo about 0 o'clock on Saturday morning, stating ho was lin ing to Syracus-. List evening Mr. l)avis bobbed up serenely. His excuse for bis absence was that he had met a few old frioti Is. 1I wns unconscious of the great excitement he had uruatei and was ttreatly surprised when li be cime aware of tho fact. His son, Harry D.i vis, is now at Syracuse searching for his father. POTTER-WIUI-MS NUPTIALS. Pretty Wedding nt the Simpson M, E. Church Yjsiorday. The auditorium of tho Simpson Meth odist Episcopal church was crowded to its ntmost capacity yesterday at the marriage of Ribert J. William, of Chestnut street, to Miss Helen D. Pot ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ii. 13. Potter, of SinthMain avenue. Long before the appointed hour tin seats in the churca were filled. Tho cere monv was performed by Hev. D. V. Skelliuger, pastor of the Washburn Street Presbyterian church, of whicu loth parties ura member. Their now edifice is now in course of erection, s the Simpson Methodist Episcopal chnrch was used in its stead. The wedding was a quietly arranged one. it was au uueeitimuuuus uiiair, vet tho scene was very pretty. As there were no regular ushers, the friends of the couple were shown to their seats by W. W. Putterson, Frank L. Phillips and Ii M. Streeter. At 12 o'clock the bridal couple entered the auditorium. Surrounding the altar were rich decorations of tropical plants, chiefly ferns and x ilms. Rev. Mr. Skelliuger met the conpla at the altar where the ceremony, which was short yet impressive, wns per formed. The bride was attired iu neat traveling costume of gray, and carried a handsome bouquet of white rest's. They were unattended. After the ceremony they were driven to the Delaware, Lackawauua and Western railroad depot where the 13 oO train was taken for Philadelphia. Tbey will visit Washington beforn they return. Mr. Williams is recogaized us a pro neions business man, having the man agemeiit of the stores of J. D. Will iams & Bros., us well as a large inter est in the firm. Their four large store in the city were closed dnriug the hour of marriage and the employes attended by means of two special cars. Mr. Williams hHS been a toachr at No. 18 school She is also secretary of the Wasbburo Street Presbyterian Sunday schools. lueir numerous f rieuds wish them many years of happi ness. Among th numerous wedding gifts were presents from the em ployes of the William's Hros. stores. Mr. and Mis, W illiams will reside on this side. Anthony Timlin buried. R quiem Man at St. Patrick's Cathollo Church. The funeral of Anthony Timlin, who died on Sunday evoiung, occurred yes terday morning from his lute I101111 on north bummer aveiiu. ilm reuruus were conveyed to St. Patrick's churth, where a solemn intra mass of n qmem was held. Kev. l'utlier JJuone was celebrant, Father Tricker and Father Michael Shields, of Atlantic City, who was a former resident of this aide, sub deacon. Father Dudiio preached an rlrqnont sermon, giving many illustrations of the integrity and good will which the deceased possessed. At his home had been constructed a large altar, which was mounted with floral designs of all descriptions. After the services th funeral cortege, which was a very large otip, moved out to the Hyd i Park Catholic ceinetory, wLore interment was mule. The p ill-bearers weru P, J. McGinn, Thomas' Jennings, John R. liarrett, Patrick Taylor, B. J. Mo Coonan and Thomas P. Cosgrove. CARD PLAYERS WOULD NOT VACATE. Tha Salvation Aimv Offn-ed Up Prayers far Their Eenefit. The Salvation Army, which has been holding nightly meetings in 11 most convenient plot of ground on North Main avenue, were greatly surprised last evening whon marching to their place of meeting, with drums beating and fl igs flying, to find five or six young m -n seated on the ground, smok ing ami enjoying a game of cards. Nothing daunted, the army captain marched his littlo band around the boyg and the sorvicos began. A reqnest wus made for them fo vacate, but as the boys preferred to remain they did so, Tho brothers and sisters begau their devotiou.uot forgetting the young men, and many were the earnest ap peals made to heaveu for their benefit. The dramatic and musical scene at tracted large crowd to the place, and the army marched off satisfied with its night's work. LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES, t Tho Wost Hide olllcn of tho Son Anton Thi.iinbIm located nt 1111 North Main ave nue, whero RuliHCriptioiis. ndverUHaiuetits mid communications will rocelve prompt atten tion. T. E. Price, the news dealer, Is ill at his home on Lafayette stroet. Matthew Davies, of North Rebecca ave nne, is ill with rheumatism. Miss Alice Dippou, or Price street, is Visitlug rriouds in Houes lale. Mr. Smith of Pepkville is visiting Mrs. Qeorge Detuck of Wright's court. Charles Palmer, of Kingston, Is the guost of relatives on North Main avenuo. The remnins of William Haycock, of NortU Garfield avenue, were removed to Jeansville yesterday morning, where in terment was mado. Mrs. Philip Uiosland. of North Main avenue, will visit friends in Biugbamtoti loony. Mrs. M. J. Evans, of Cincinnati, has re turned homo from a visit with friends on tins side. The Misses Gooraia. Uattie and Kittie Smith lut't for a week at Asbury Park yesterday. . . Mrs. Morgan Thomas, of North Bromloy avenue, is visiting f riouds in Lausford and BUUllIlIt 11111. A child of Edwlu Bowo:i of Archibald strtot, died yesterday. The funeral will occur tomorrow. Rose, the infant child of James Burnett of North Lincoln aveuue, was buried yes- tvruny Hirernoon, Sitni son chapter of Enworlh lenene. will pive a social this evening in the Methodist r.pneopai church. A youim child of Honkin Hopkins of North Uubjccii avenue, died at 0 o'clock yesterday morning. Mis L itiisit Paiildim. of New York city, is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Janius A. Jli'llon, of louth stroet. Mr. aud Mrs. William Lee. of Strnuds- buru, are visiting at the homo ot J. M. Carlton of Schuell's place. Evan J. Davies and son Will, of South Main avenue, have returuod from a two weeks' sojourn at Lake Mlmvile. Mrs. R diert Evans nnd daughter, Mm. (ieori-'o Easterly, rtf North Sumnor avenuo, enjoyed a drive to Waverly yesterday. Miss Bertha Wettling, of South Bromley iiveuue, lert, yesterday for a viit with friends iu St roudsburg and Delawaro Water Ua p. Mhs Margaret Edwards, of Sm'li Main avenue, and li- it n anil .Man. I V ip I, or J ncksou street, left yesterday for Asbury Park. Emerson Owen, John Stephens, Will lteyholds and Fred (J. Peters loft ymtor- ipiy moi niir; for a week's encampment at L.aku w inula. Tho hucksters will paradi with their wuuons tomorrow evmung. lue Law rence baud will head the procession. Th pnrado ischielly advertise their excursion wineli will bo given m the near miuro. Mrs. Kutlierinii Kennedy, wife of Thomas Kennedy, of Twenty-fourth street, died at her home at au early hour Vesrerday morning. Mio was iS years of age. Tho fuuoral will occur tomorrow at 6 p. 111. Harry Yon Zjelan, who resides on La fayette street, was arrested yesterday af ternoi hi by Olikvr Sartor for K-ing help lessly drunk. Sartor found his man on North Hyde Park nveuuo and escorted him, followed by a large crowd of boys, to the st'ition house. Three men were found at an early hour yestorduy morning in a drunkou condition and iu consequence were tent to the county jail fur a period of ten days. Nat Turner cunie to tho station house iu a beastly state nf intoxication and asked Lieutenant v illi.ims to luck him up. ills reuuest was speedily uranted. At o:JU o'clock Olli'-er Kedham brought iu a mini whom be 1 mi lid on North Maui avenue in a drunken sleep. Tho third was picked up by Officer Ridgway on Jackson street. He was peacefully siumoeriug on tun sue walk. "From the Ranks" see Saturday's Tnui UNE. SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS. TAU ndvertisini; matter, newsitonis nnd now subscriptions, if left nt tho follow-int: business places, will be promptly attended to: Zaun's barber shop, W estpfald's store, 1). W. Humph rey's phiiriu icy and A. J. Miilderi's.l Aunust Kunz. of Stafford Meadow avc nus, is quite ill. William Hoffman, of Maple street left for a visit to Buffalo, yesterday. A large party of the Christian Science congregation spout Tuesday at Mountain Lake. Barney Fe.ter, who lives with Fred Weichul, of Cedar avenue, will be married uext wi ek. The liMuonths-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keller, of South Washington avenue, is very sick. William Millor, of Pittston avenue, left yesterday for Philadelphia to finish a course of pharmacy. Alexander A. Mossnly, of Council's Meadow Brook store, who had b.'en Beri oii'ly ill, returned to work yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Slichael J. Deinpsoy, of Pittston avenuo. have been made happy by the arrival of a daughter at tt.eir heme. Harry Brown, Jr , of Bothlohem. who has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. L. 1). Powers, i f Cedar uveuue, returned home yesterday. Ernest Kroll, of Pittston avenue, who had his riice Dimly datnaceii seine timo ago at tuo Muuut I'leasimt breaker, is some what better. Mis. M. Robinson, accompanied by her sou, Otto, lier daughter and grand-daugh ter, left yesterday for Atlantic City ou a two weeks' visit. Peter Kelly, of Pittsburg, was locked up yosieiuuy iiioi iuiig uiui eiiargen wuu vn grnucy. He whs taken before Alderman Sturr aud givmi two hours to leave the city. The James Council lodge of Old Fel lows hehl a regular meeting nt Freeman's ball on Cedar avoiuio lint evening and workud iu tho initiatory and second de grees. A very onjuynWo basknt'pirnic wns ten dered the .Misses Mayant and Kittle Fun ning, of C.irbomliile, at Mouutain hike Tuesday night by their numerous friends ou this sldo. Constable Weolker.s, of Odar avenue. ran a half-mile race ou his bicycle, ngainst Henry Hicli iiuu, of bn'cn street, In n sulky, at lln; Driving pain, ou Tuesday. (onsiabio wot-iiieis won easily. , Ono of tho littlo switch engines used by tliu Lackawanna Iron nnd Steel company m i' uwny yesterday morning. After gj ii:g about "J00 vi'rds it collided with some or;, which brought it to a stand still. (Kherwi.-e, it uiiuiit nave caused serious damage. . DIDN'T KNOW iT WAS BROKEN. V, a. d season iiumr.p to walk wltn a Fracturod Leg nnd Suff.ru Strloualy. (.;, o. .Jackson, or Lackawanna ave nue, stiff red 11 tracturo of tho loft leg below the kneo while attempting to board a Delaware, uiicku wannii and Wostern train nt Lilooinsburg last evening; in getting npon the train ho slipped on an iron plate, causing the fracture, lie was uot conscious of his injury un til ho placed his weight Upon that limb when tho broken bone protruded through the fl !:. He was removed lo Moses 'lay lor hospitn1, where tho frac litre was reduced.. Fcrsnton'n PniinMs Ii torssts. 1 nn iiiiiiUNic win soon piiuiiu 11 care fully compiled aud classified list of the leading wholesale, banking, mauufaotur iim aud professional interests of Scrauton nnd vicinity. The edition will be bound in book form, beautifully illustrated with photogravure views ol our public build ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together with portraits of leading citizeus. No similar work has ever given nn equal rep- reseiiiniiou oi ocrnnious many iiidu Hies. It will bean invaluable exposition of our business resources. Sent to persons outside the city, copies of this handsome work will attract new coiners and be an iinoqunlled ndvertisoment of the city. The circu lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good results to t hose concerned as well as tho city at largo, ii.opioseiii.au ves 01 1 UK tiiiniiNU will call upon tiiosk whohk namks are pkhiued in this edition und explain Its nature more luuy. Those desiring views of their residences in this edition will please have notice nt the oflice. "From tlio Ranks." ob Work . TASTY OATOHY Tho Scraajon Tribune Job OcpL OEPEW ISJOW ABROAD It will Not Be Kaowa That He Will Lecture . " H.re Until He Returns. THIS WILL CAUSE SOME DELAY As Soon as tho Weather Becomes Cooler a Vigorous Campaign Wil Be Inaugurated to Raise the $25, 000 That Will Be Necessary to Erect the Sheridan Monument A Form of Certificata Adopted. Chaunoey M. Depew has fone to Europ on hit yearly jiunt, nnd for the pres.-iit tile project to h ive liim lecture in this city for the Sheridan monu ment ussojintion will remain In abe yance, The nsiociation hold a mnetiug last night, wftioh was presided 'over by Captaiti P. D Lioy. J. O. Vaughim repiii teil that ho had written to T11011I H F. T.irrey, general co il sales agent for the Delaware and Unison C.mul oom Paiiy, r questing him to ascertain from Mr. Depw when hiwoulil bapropired to receivo a cuminittee of Scrautoui ins. Mr. Torroy's reply was as follows: t-r.w YiiHK, July 17, 1S04. Mr. J. C. Vaughn, sKcrutury P, li. a huri- ilau .Monument association, Scran ton, Pa. Di:.itSiit: Inclosed please flnd letter from M-. Depow in rosp mso to my coin miiiiicMiou asking whether he would in dicate a date at which it would bo con venient for him to meet your committee. Yours truly, T. H. Touhky. The answer of Mr. Dspow whioli uc coiupnuied the bitter is as follows: Nkw Yuitit July 10, 1M1I. T. F. Torrny, Oenerul hales Agent Dela ware and Hudson Canal Couipiiuy: Dkau Sill I am just oil for Euiopj on my vacatiou aud will take up your lotter ou my returu. Yours very truly, ClIAL'XCKV M. Dkpkw. WILL CAUSE A DELAY, Tho ie present at the meeting thought while tho nrrntigeiui'nta for securing Mr. Depew will be delayed at least six weeks by his European trip, his an swer indicates that be will give the matter some consideration, and may be secured for nu uddress. It is proba ble that an trior t will be made to have (Governor Robert E. Pattison preside ut the meeting, The project of organizing divisions of the association in the various towns of the valley will uot be taken up untill the weather becomes cooler. The next meeting of the association will be held 011 Aug. 1. A form of a certificate that will he given to each contributor to the association was adopted last nisht und a committee directed to ascertain what the cost will be. A site for the luoimniont hits been se- oured nt Lindeu street and Adams ave uue, und as soon as the weather be comes cooler a vigorous campiign will De Inaugurated to raise the f "5.0 JO that will be necessary to erect the kind of an equestrian statue of "Gallant Little Phil the association has luformallv de cided upon. 'From tho Ranks" sea Saturday's Tmu USE. NORTH END BRIEFS. rtho North End otlleu of thn BnilK-rnn TlillirNE is located at M10 I .ewis Druir Slnrn and Jt-Uu's store, Wayne avenue, where sub sol' ptions, advurtisemuuts and coiuuiuulcation win receive prompt nvtoutiou.l J. L. Wof rode his wheel from and to iuke Yi inula yetterday. L. N. Roberts aud family loft vesterdav to spviiu iwo weess iu israutora county. Mrs. Thomas W. Evans, of Green street. is recovering altur a long and serious ill ness. A welcome visiter in the form of a baby uauitiiter arrived at tbe Home of llunrvj .1 Samuels, of School street, yesterday. Tho Methodist Episcopal church choir was practicing special music last evemug for tuo suuuay evening s praiso service, A curious nc-ident happened to one of Alclciil, the jewelers, men vesterdav. While rei airing a clock tire sprini.' Hew and swept tne tiiumu mm oil. A large purty of ladles nnd gontlomen paid 11 visit to fjeggett's Creek shaft yes terday piloted by Edward Lowis. The underground operations were explaiuod ami the visit rendered quite enjoyable. North Main avenue yesterduy, after the thunderstorm, wus a long succession of niiiiiuture lakes raukmg from twenty feet long to tho little puddle. jUany citizens are asking when something, fungible will be done. Five North End men were congratulated yestorduy upon their success in the mino examination; William Jenkins and W. L, Evans for niuie foremen, and T. J. Ed wards, Luther Edwards and W. T. Rich ai ds assistant fbremeu. Thomas J. Rowlands, of Providence. aud Elizhbeth Price, iff Hyde Park, were made mini and wile ny Alderman Will iams yesterday iu the pre.-enco of a largo compauy. .lie excellent uoiiniy upon their future duties which was given the nowly mnrriod pair by tho alderman was to tne point and full of substantial udvio The funerul of William J. Williams, who was killed lu tho Legeits Creek, took place yesterdnv from his lute reaideuco ou Oak street. A Welsh liyiiin was sunir and the procession moved 011 to tho Welsh Baptist cl.u cl, wh re the R-v. D. F. Davis preached a very i-ympatuvt 10 sermon, lu torment wns ut the Washburn cemetery aud tno following acted as pall bearers Joseph Whitley, Johu Morgan, Owen Co'x Hi ury Davis, Eli (,'. Weeks, Thomas Tinmis From the Bull's head to Oak street, and sometimes to tho square, tho wheelmen monopolize the sidewalks und quickly clear away anyone, young or old, wh dure walk tho same sidewalk.. Many wiicemmii do uot comicsceuii 10 give 111. tuo of their movement, nnd several cases of torn dresses have occurred. O; ten a wheel man delights with houdisii glee if he is hblo to give au "old purty" a fright, and thinks himself mighty clover after the lent. Elie decision of Judge Uunstcr in tho Firth ilistrkt sewer appeal is nwuited wiili interest by several lending men of Providence. There is no doubt that the improvement is necessary and all inter rsted par ies are united upon the point as well as 1111011 tlio fai t mat tin; work miiHt bo paid for .and turthor the appellants, JWssrs. Mulley u id Crippen are prepared to piy tncir just snare oi tin.' expenses of laving the sewer but decline to b. sad died with more than their quota which they brlievu would be tho case if the method of "assessing the benefits" were carried out. What is required is nil eutiit able method of laying me costs upon till parties concerned pro nua upou a well iieUued and properly understood basis, Should this be douu there is uo doubt that the work would soon bo carried out. The n-tliniitos of the City Engineer is SoT.SliS as l lie cost of tuo works. "From the Ranks" - UNE. soe Saturday's Tmu MIKE'S MEN MAKE MISCHIEF. Allentown Ball Tojunrs May Have Fsoe tha Mayor This Horning. A crowd principally mado np of the Allentown base hall player were loung lug about the St. Charles' porch lust evening and to pass the time ' away amused themtelves by booting ain jeering at Arlponl ferdiuando who kpns a hotl across the way. Ferdiui ndo, who' was burying himself TMif.Ulnir nlF efikntr nf Italian luhnrara i b urn 1 for Forest City, did not used taiiu for a lime but whju thoy bjsamo unbearably abusive lie sallied forth with' his sleeves rolled ur and wanted to.whip nnyihlng from Allentown from the $10,000 beauty down. None of them would accomodate tho tfrawny Ferdiiinudo but some of them sneaked np stair mi l hurled? two large cobhjo stones at his hotel. They did no dnin age, bjjt Mr. F-rdinitido did not like the principle uf the thing nnd a no could uot s .'uiire rederess according to Cjiioeusbury rules ho will fight tho matter out a In Dlackstone this morn ing. It is likely tli it somo of the in"ddlorfl will bo apprehended as Mr. Ferdinan lo woro a vsry determined air when he was gathering evidence aud the cobble stones iu front of his hotel. COURT HOUSE NtLWS NOTES. John Drost, who wns sent to iail in de fault of bail for assaulting Mrs. Frank BiHtnllo, wns reloipi'd upon furnishiu2 PHJ bull. L. eirs became boiidsinaii. V. H. Beomer filed an nppo.il Yesterday ngainst John F. Rocho asking to bo al lowed to di falcato from the payment of rent for which his stock was told ut sher iff's sale. ' Beforo Judge Schuyler, of Ei'iton. in cr ui t room No. 'J yesterday afternoon 11 r Itiinunt was heard in the casi of S. B. Mutt, assignee uf tho Hyde Park bank, auninst Charles P. Jadwin. Court took the papers. Attorney C. II. Welles. ' for Ouv W. Maynard & Sous, lumber dealers, brought suit yestei day iu assumpsit, nuninst Mau rice (1. Hnupt, for a deb; of iM duo on detalcKted promissory note sicned 011 September 3), lbOI. Mnrriace liceuse.s were vostordav (mint ed by J. II. Thomas, clerk of the courts, lo lioiiert Ireland and fsaiali Louise Wat rons; Thomas J. Rowlands and Elizabeth Davies Price: (iecrgo Heinr. and Victoria Bush: Seymour II. Outlet and Lillie D. Staples, and Patrick lireeii and Elizabeth Foley, till of tho city of Scrauton. Buy ilia Vebr nnd got the best. At Guerusoy Bros. fucklen's Arnica Salvn. Tho best salvo iu the world forfaits Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheiim, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or 110 pay required. It It guaranteed to give periect satisinctlou or money refunded. Price Skj cents per box. lor sale bv .Matthews Bros. For Decorating. AVE just opened the finest line of choice White China (Haviland & Co. and Limoges makes), to be found anywhere. You can buy any thing from a PinTray to a complete Dinner Service. Come while assortment is com plete. Weiciisl & Millar n6 Wyoming Ave. The Sick to Receive Medical Services FREE OF CHARGE. FIKST MONTH'S SKUYICKS Fill:!; to i: ki; viionv, f'oit Aijij i)isi:.si:s and- aix l'ATHCXTS. The great English SntT of Plivsieiiins. The Must DISTl.N-iil-IsllKl) Kl-Kfl r.lsrs i.N Till-; ru.NTIMiST Tlio Pros . lent unci C'liiet' i)iii(;iio.stiel:iu can lo found duily ifi mo inirior in tuo CONWAY HOUSE 1:8 and IIM PKXX AVEKL'R. They eorno ri'eriuiin nueii ny royiuiy nun tlietus jilivsi ciiins of KurniM. VI. ev trent nil Di.-i-nses, Hunlllres Olll ecl by ii new u- ss. , P SI ') 1VI-: cure tuamnteeil iu nil ShXL'AL IJrt EAti!iS ulnl iVeakiu-ss'.'S of EITHER SEX by our now treatment. l atien s treated by i-iirresioi!iii''ie" liilll.ilinui ej i.s Willi rilll (II. reetioiis sent by express, lint when 1 o-si bk ii )er.soniil ei nu tntioii is iirelerred. All coiiimlintions are h"M in striet u-iViiey, X. B. - I Ii se tsn.ialista in euro nil 'went ns V KM. as nil lonji st.nidiiii,' eliiMiiie, llliii'iiH and olneui-e eases ihal liavo heeu neiilectod in- iinskilll'ully treated falls niiide liy ni lioiiitiimnt an 1 patients treated nt th. ir homes when desired, lloinn, 11 to 4 and ? to S :tl. For Ten Days only to introduce our NEW brand of f 4.00 PER BARREL $1.00 PER SACK C. . DITCHBURN 4 7 LACKAWANNA AVE. THE CELEBRATED mm Ml M BJi K kid kiii PIANOS at Pruciit rh Mint Popnlur aud I'rcftrreA by Leading Ariiuta. Warenomt i Opposite Columbus Honumont, ?0S Wnshlngton Av. Scranton.Pn. fiIE UBlSNJri. mm ALL Special lale You eed Them And a visit to Martin & Delany s will be wilder you at their immense stock of thin goods. Just the stuff to keep you cool. Our novelty in summer goods is a Nobby, Long-cut, Double-breast Blue and Black Serge Coat. The proper thing for tennis. Custom Tailors and Clothiers, WYOMING AVENUE. Ireet Clearing Sale AT lllf B-AfiHlHfll it, i-t e :n n i m ii h i r 308 Lackawanna Aye, EST to K 50 dozen Mon's F,ut lilaulc Ho-iO, w 1 10 dozoa Jleu'd IJ.ilbrigjia Skirls, vero 50c. 3 TO CLOSE 39c. fl 10 dozen Men's Fine Percale Shirts, slightly soiled, were $1.25, i.,i, Tq cl0SQ f()p 50c 75a 98(Jf g 7 dozen Ladies' Fine Skirt Waists, Yoko Lack, in Pink nnd Blue, were $2.23 FOR $1.25. 50 dozen AU-Linen Damask ; lringc, were 2oc. FOR 15c. 2 ' S lilD9lIBiiEI9iSB!I38IIISieSSIlEBE9!lieSllll3SaE5BlS9eBaSE3KBIiEZ!EIIIII8EIiaillSIBIIllIBI6IIIII Scientific Eye It's a Great Shock i-i -.I., 3 .,j to the folln who nr elalmins: thoy undersell ill others to find that without the least luss or bluster wo are giving customers the bou tilt of sueh opiiortuuities as tiese. A Stlicllv Hiell Giiule l lwllt-wulth t Uliecl, 1M) I pattern, f. r &UO i-.itsli. lH'.Kt jiiillern, l."n WIkkiI, fur 7.. 1S!I4 pattern, MOO W livul, lor 8ii cnti,( Theao prices make tho busineaa at our store. FLOREY HOLT Y, M. C. A. BUILDING- VICTOR SASH. It is Cos-reef!! AND JUST THE THING FOR THIS HOT WEATHER. Conrad THE HATTER, Sells Them. NATIONAL CIRCUIT This circuit includes Wash ington, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, etc. SCEASTON'S DAY- MONDAY 17, 1894 ni a L.r 11 is 11 fill rn m j 308 Lackawanna Ave. U ES--5 regular prico, 25c. s TO CLOSE, 2 for 25c. I Towels, sizo 20 by 40, knotted 3 Testing Free By DR. DR. SHIMBERG, Tha Specialist on tho Eye. Headaches and Ner. vousness relieved. Latest and Iniproyed Style of Eypclassns and Spectacles at the Lowest Prioes. Best Artificial Eyes inserted for ?5. 305 Sritl'CK ST., Opp. Old Post Office. N. A. HULBERT'3 City Musio Store, ITRIVWAY SO! DUCK Kit UHOTHERa Aim hIlANIC'H & BACH. SlULiZ it UAUKii A lac a hrg itoek of fintsinui MUSIC At, MEHCHAl)iaa MUblG, LIU, Xa Another Advocate of Al.88Stl.ei16 InS. T1ENWOOD WARDELI,: GF.XTLl.MI N-It Bflorda ma great pleasure to state that your new prooeat of extracting teeth waa a (rand immi la my oino, and I heartily recommend It t all. I al nee rely hope that other! will teat lta mrrlM. Youra rrappctrnlly, CAFX. 8. E. UK V ANT, Soraoton, P Henwood & Wardell, DKNTISTS, 816 Lackawanna Ave. Will on and after May 21 make a ijreat rodna tloo in the prices of plates. All work guar antoe.l Urst-cLiss in every rjarttculnr. wftT ":ts; RrtassJia A. W. JURISCH 435 SPRUCE STREET BICYCIiKS AND SPORTING GOODS. Victor, Gendrnn, Eclipse, LovolL Dlamonk and Other Wheula. ROOrtlnnlnu and aoldorlnR all done away with by the use of HAKTM AN 8 I'AT- PNT U.UVT u-ltielt in,filufH nf iixn-al. nl. iiirn well-known to alL It cau be appllud - to tin, Saly anized tin, shoet iron roofs, also to hrlclc wellines, which will proyent absolutely any crumblinit, cracking or breakuur of tha brick, it will outlast tinning ot any kind by runny yenrs.niul it's cost does not exceed one fifth that of the cost of tinning. Ia sold by the job or pound. Contract taken by AM'OMO HAUTAlANN, 627 Birch 81 Si