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THE SC AXTON -TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1895.
7 EQUALLED BY FEW . AND EXCELLED BY NONE FRESH IN 1 POUND PRINTS. Try it and you will use 9io other. 24c PER POUND. luceTbros. OH OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL Some Events of the Day on the West Side of the City Noted. ACTION OX J. H. HOUSE'S DEATH Literary and Debating Society Pusses Resolution of Condolence-James K. James is .Suddenly Taken 111. V. O. S. of A. Kntertainment. The Hyde Park Literary and Debat ing society held a special meeting at 8 o'clock last evening in their rooms on South Main avenue, for the purpose of taking action Ih the death of John H. House, of South Main avenue. David J. Davies presided. A committee con sisting of John R. Edwards, Charles Daniels, W. A. Price, D. J. Davies and George T. Griffiths were appointed to draw up a set of resolutions. Kach member of the committee then made a ahort address enumerated the many excel' -nt qualities of Mr. House. The following resolutions were then sub mitted and approved: "The Hdye Park Literary and De bating society, feeling keenly the loss sustained to it as a society In the deaith of John It. House, jr., one of the bright est, brainiest and most esteemed of its members, "Hereby resolves. That, while bowing to the will of a ruling Providence, which has called him from earthly scenes, we express the friendship we felt for the deceased, and the high regard in which we held him for his sterling manhood, gentlemanly qualities, and Christian attributes; "Be It further resolved, That we tend er to the pa rents and immediate rela tives of the deceased our sincerest sym pathy for them in the hour of their be reavement." The funeral of Mr. House will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. . Rev. D. C. Hughes, pastor of the Jackson Street Baptist church, will officiate. Interment will be made at Marcy cemetery in Duryea.. He was 22 years of age and a member of Camp 333, Patriotic Order Sons of America, and the Jackson Street Baptist church. He was a young man that lead a pure life, being a conscientious and devoted Christian and a promoter of all relig ious work. The above named societies are requested to attend the funeral. Taken III While at Work. James R. James, of 345 North Hdye Park avenue, assistant Fourth ward property assessor for many years, was taken suddenly ill yesterday on North Lincoln avenue. Mr. James owns some dwelling houses on the avenue, and was doing some light repairs there when he became suddenly ill with stomach trouble, which prostrated him for some time. Dr. George B. Reynolds was im mediately sent for and -administered for his relief. He was removed to his home on North Hyde avenue In a con W1Y II veyance, and at a late hour last eve ning he was resting much easier. . i An Evening Entertainment. . An enjoyable entertainment of Camp 178, Patriotic Order Sons of America, was held last evening in their rooms, at Jenkins' hall. The room was decor ated with flowers and patriotic em blems. The evening programme opened with an address by Professor Qeorge W. Phillips. Others who participated we're: Watkln and Thomas Morgan, . voval solos; K. W. Scott, Fred Qlna der, and Jacob PflefTer, Instrumental music. Daniel Jones and party ren dered several selections. After the pro gramme light refreshmens were served. The lodge la growlng rapldly in mem- cersnip. -- ,. Brief Notes of Interest. Silas Rosar has removed his studio n 123 Knllth Mnln nvanii. Mrs, John McAvory, of Wllkes-Barre, ' Is visiting friends on this side. Pi.nnl.f T 1 ..,,.. . . T 1 - . t L - vwui.ij lycirvutc i-iuncn, 01 Luzerne county,- is visiting friends In the city. The Republican league of tne Vi Bide will hold an Important meeting .this evening. Miss Kate Stanton, of Philadelphia, Is -Visiting Miss Maggie: Carden of Bcxanton. street. ' . Dr. M. J. Williams, of South Main avenue, has returned from a business trip to Salt Lake City. . The first of a series of debates be tween the Hyde Park Literary society and the Younk People's society will be held In the- First Welsh Baptist church on 'May 10. The contest is for the Drowning cup. Washington camp, No. 333, Patrlotlo Order. Sons of America, will hold a special meeting this evening in Masonic hall to take action onJhe death and make arrangements for attending the funeral of the late John . If. House. . The Ladles' Aid society of the Scran ton Street Baptist church held, an egg social last evening. The tables were elegantly fitted up and the delicacies were served In excellent Style. : A very large number attended, and the supper wan much enjoyed. " Rev, Thomas A. Bell' and: Zeno A. Stover, of the Plymouth Congregation al church, have been elected as dele gates to the semi-annual convention, which will be held at Blossburg on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next, vn .inurBoay air, uen win attend an Installation at Arnot. ' Special services will b conducted. In the church-this evening. , ' West Side Business Directory. PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, S1.40 er oosen. mhby mrm jubi joveiy. won- .yourself by calling at Btarner'a vtni Photo Parlors. 101 and 103 South Main avenue. 'XTHRIZB Revere Btandanrd Java ' s unexcelled. The leading! coffee a oay. tror saie oniy at r. w, Ma- son A Co. Fine Orocerles, 118 South Mnln avenue. SECOND HAND FURNITURE CASH for anything you have to sell. Furni ture, Stove. Tools, eto. Call and see the stock of J. C. King, 1024 and 1028 Jackson etreet. WALL PAPER-Go to Fred Reynolds. 206 North - Main avenue, and see his complete line of Wall Paper, Paints and .Window Shades. Just openod with new stock. PLUMBINO-Wllllam D. Griffiths, 113 North Main avenue, does nrBt-claaa Plumbing. Steam Heat and Gas Fitting. Satisfaction is strictly guaranteed. SCRANTON JIST WINS. They Hold Their Nerves at Critical Porlods When the llorrlsllurfle Failed to Bunch Hits-Georgetown soundly Wallops Old Ell. Blllv Barnle's anthracite ball tossers Just won from Harrlsburg by one score yesterday. The Senators out batted and made fewer errors than the ricranion men, but the Srantona kept their nerves at critical periods, when the Harrlsburgs failed to bat in runs, and so the game was won by a score of 4 to 3. In the presence of 1,000 persons the OeorgetowiiH badly whipped, the Yale men in Washington. The crowd went wild. The score was 20 to 5. Story !of Seronton's Victory Over the Hurrlxburg Men. . Special to the Scrunton Tribune. Harrlsburg, April 11. Surunton won from the Harrlsburg team today be cause of the latter's Inability to hit the hall at critical times. Ward, the Seranton second baseman, was by far the feature of the game. lJrown, the ex-liulttmortt pitcher, was In the box for the Seranton club for seven Innings and showed up strong. Clarke's play at first base was of the gilt edge va riety. . . . Scranton's runs were made as follows: In the fifth inning Rogers, the first man up for Seranton, hit for a single; Brown knocked a fly to Chllds which that player caught. Willis, who was getting a trfle wild, gave Wurd his base on four bad balls, advancing Rogers to second. Brady hit for a single, scoring Rogers and advancing Ward to third. Sweeney sacrificed to Dally, advancing Brady. Clarke hit a hard one to the outfield, scoring both Ward and Brady and giving Seranton three runs. Whitehead, who followed, got his base on balls, but with Clarke died on base by Houle striking out. Seranton made its fourth run In the seventh inn ing. Ward, the first man up, hit for two bases, went to third on Brady's out from Coyne to Daily and scored on Huston's wild pitch. Sweeney struck out from Kagan to Dally. The bat teries were: Seranton, Brown, John son and Rogers; Harrlsburg, Wills, Huston and Roth. The score by innings is as follows: Seranton 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 4 Harrlsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 13 Earned runs Harrlsburg, 2; Seranton, 1. Two-base hits Roth, Ward. Struck out By Willis. ; Huston, 1; Brown, 3. Base on balls-Off Willis. 4; Huston, 1: Brown, 1. Left on bases Harrlsburg, 7; Seranton, 13. Hit by pitcher Meaney, Clarke, White head. Sacrifice hits Roth 2, Sweeney, Brown. Stolen bases Huston 2, Meaney, Eiigan 2, Houle, Rogers, Clarke. Balk, Johnson. Wild pitch Willis, Huston. Time 1.33. I'mpire Hoverter. Georgetown Plays All Around the Big Yale Gladiators. Special to the Seranton Tribune. Washington, April 11. Georgetown played all around Yale today, winning by the overwhelming score of 20 to 5. The game was attended by 1,500 per sons, many of whom witnessed the contest from fancy turnouts and tally hos. Yale played Trudean In the box because In the games against George town last year, when Carter had been knocked out of the box, Trudean went In and made la better showing than the star. "Big Mike" Mahoney did the twirling for Georgetown, making a star debut as a pitcher In a big game, striking out thirteen men, giving but two bases on balls and keeping the Yale hits well scattered. Trudean was batted for eighteen hits, with a total of thirty three bases. There were four home runs by Georgetown men, Murphy, George Mahoney, Harley and McCar thy. Yale was unfortunate In making errors at critical times and being una ble to bunch their hits, while George town would start banging the ball and keep up a steady fusilade until the bases would be filled, when one of their sluggers would step up to the plate and drive out a home r,un. The game gave promise of being close and exciting up to. the third Inning, when Murphy started the discoloration around old Ell's optic by driving out a home run after McGrath had made a three-bagger. The blue and gray wil low wlelders-then struck their usual gait and what happened Is best told by the following: Georgetown 0 3 3 1 0 3 2 8 --2fl Yale 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 05 Earned runs Georgetown, 18;- Yale, 2. Two-base hits Keator 2,. Sullivan. Three base hltftr-McGrath.', Home runs Harlev, McCarthy, Murphy, O. Mahoney. Double plays E. Mahoney, -.McGrath, Carmody. First baso on balls By Trudean, G; by Mahoney, 3. Bit -by Pitcher McGrath. Struck out By Muhoney. lS; by Trudeau, 6. Passed balls Sullivan.' Stolen buses K. Mahoney, .McOrath, Kentor,. Qulmby, Time of game 2.15. Umplre-rMr. Sneedon. Other Games Played. At Philadelphia ' ' v Pennsylvania .,..0. 1 0 2 0. 0. 2 0 05 Allentown 0 .0 4 0.3 2 0 4 13 Hits Pennsylvania. 10; Allentown, 17. Errors Pennsylvania," 8r Allentown, i. Batteries Dickson pna Brennan; Devlin, Hakely and Mllllgan - , At Reading- ' " ", '-' Reading- 0 0 0 9 0: 10 -0 12 Philadelphia ......2 0 1 2' 0'2'S 0 10 Iltts-Keading, 11;, Philadelphia, .11. Er rors Rending, 3; Philadelphia; t. Batter ies Schelble, Michael, McC'ulterty and Snilnk; Carsey and Clements. - V At Princeton ' Princeton 0 0 0. 02001 4 7 Boston ..0 J 0 0 4 G 0 2 14 I Hits Princeton, 8; Boston, 11. Errors Princeton, 4; Boston, 3. Batteries Hltne rot, Jay nee,, Bradley and Williams; Nlcol, Sullivan, Dolan and Ganael and Bryan. Attendance tex). BASE BALL TIPS. Next Wednesday the champlonshlpshtp season opens. , ' . Lack of team work Is the greatest fault noticeable In the Phillies Just at present.' The Phillies were divided Into two tennis yesterday and played at Beading and Pottsvllle. t : George Munson says the pennant raro will be between Boston, New York and Philadelphia. '.-, When Rusle reported at New York he weighed 236 pounds. He has reduced him self to about 200. , Umpire Belts gives this ruling on the foul tip biz: 'The question Is, 'Can a base runner steal a base, or can any play be made when a foul tip, whloh Is the third strlka of .the batsman, l caught?', Mr. Betts says that no play can be made and any base runner who advances a base must return to the base he occupied before the tip was caught. In returning, how ever, the base runner cannot be put out. The same conditions govern when a foul tip Is caught, as in the case of a regular batted foul ball." . . . i JURORS HAJEJT AGREED In the Case of Miss Ann Nunley Against the City of Seranton. . TIl'STAPP WALSH'S OPINION He Believes That a Man Must Lie in the Gutter Before He Could Be Cone Id- -cred Drunk Case Against the Delaware a Hudson. Mrs. Ann Munley's suit for $20,000 against the city clsoed before Judge Archbald In the main court room soon after 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon and the Jury ratlred to deliberate upon a verdict. This Ih the third time the case has been brought up In court. . , Tipstaff Anthony Wabm was on the stand yesterday morning. He was 'a patrolman on the Seranton police force at the time Mrs. Munley's husband fell down the air lot on Lackawunna ave nue and was killed. Mr. Walsh was ex amined regarding the opinion he formed as to Munley's sobriety the night of the fatal accident. Judge Archbald desired to know In what state a man needed to be when Mr. Walsh considered him to be drunk and the witness said: "When he lies down and can't walk." "Then you don't consider a man drunk until he is dead drunk?" asked Judge Archbald. John T. Jones, of lower Lackawanna avenue, a witness In behalf of the city, was wanted to give rebuttal testimony, but he did not put himself in evidence and the sheriff was seht to take him in. Judge Archbald Imposed a fine of ttO for contempt of court- Architect F, L. Brown, Contractor John Benore, W. W. Archer, J. F. Hannls and William De Wilde were called before th,e city rested. The plaintiff called John T. Jones In rebuttal, and arguments were then made by 'the counsel. The Jury spent the night In the court house, and It would not be a surprise If they will come Into court this morn ing and asked to be discharged on the ground of disagreement. , Suit in Ejectment Begun. In the afternoon the' case of H. C. Comegys and others against A. B. Rus sell and Joseph Davenport was called for trial before Judge Gunster. The plaintiff Is represented by Attorneys Comegys, Shurtleff and Wlllard, and the defense by Attorneys H. M. Hannah and S. B. Price. The suit is an eject ment, the land In dispute being a coal tract of four acres lying partly In Scott township and partly In Blakely. A. B. Russell was the owner of the land, and he made a lease of the coal to Daven port for 10 cents a ton royalty. Daven port leased the land to Comegys & Da vis, and Russell refused to recognize them, and claimed his lease to Daven port had been forfeited, hence the suit, Only a portion of plaintiff's evidence was In at adjournment. The case of Spruks Bros, against Charles Murseh was continued yester day morning before Judge Gunster In court room No. 3. The suit Is to re cover $326.08 on a mechanics' Hen. The Jury found a verdict for the defendant. The case of the city of Seranton against John TIerney was put on trial In the main court before Judge Arch bald. City Solicitor J. H. Torrey rep resented the plaintiff, and Attorney I. H. Burns the defendant. It Is a suit for the assessment against TIerney for the paving of Luzerne street and is brought on a municipal Scl fa lien. Rules for new trial were granted In the cases of Murray against the bor ough of Wlnton, and of Slowther against Harvey, Judge Slmonton Presiding. John Benore was the first witness called for the plaintiff in the case of Hughes against Delaware and Hudson Canal company. He testified to having had occasion to pass this crossing on an average of once a day. and in his opinion the crossing, was a very dan gerous one". Kx-Judge ,W. J. Lewis was sworn and testified to the same condition of things as the preceding witness. W. P. Boland haa occasion to crss this crossing about twice a week and In his opinion it Is a very dangerous crossing. E. F. Blewltt also testified that it is a very dangerous crossing . After the plaintiffs closed their case. Judge Jessup moved for a compulsory nonsuit on the ground that the dece dent contributed to his own death. Judge Simonton was of opinion that there are certain facts which must go to a Jury. The defendants then opened their case and called Henry Frey. the pho tographer. He testified to having taken photographs of the locality where the accident occurred. Mr. Grltman, of Wllkes-Barre, the engineer In charge of the engine the night of the accident, was sworn. The case will be resumed this morning.- IJT LOCAL THEATEKS. Aside from the Importance of Mr. and Mrs. Kendal's fareweH engagement nt the Academy Of Music Saturday even ing, the prominence the play has at talnedlsboundto draw an audience lim ited In numbers only by the capacity of the house. The aumyuncement of , production In this city of "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray," the most widely-advertised play that has been known In years, Is one- thnt of Itself would be an attraction sufllclent to crowd another theater to'the doors without the ap pearance of the distinguished couple who present It. Many eulogistic criti cisms have appeared In the newspapers concerning Mrs. Kendal's Interpreta tion of the role of Paula Tanqucray In "The Second iMrs. Tanqucray," and we are Justified In anticipating an lmper. sonatton that will please those of her admirers who have associated this ONE LUNG. There are many persona 1 alive and well to-day with only one useful", lung. The consumptive should not despair. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda strength ens the vijtal organs and supplies healthy tissue to take the place of tissue ' that is diseased. Give the consumptive good care , and ! Scott's Emulsion. You will be surprised ' to find how ; quickly this treatment brings relief . : fcott k Bswne, N, Y. Ml DniggltU. 90c and SI. gifted woman only with the limits of the characters In which she has thus far been seen. ' ' The endorsement of clergymen of all religions has been given to "Friend Fritz," the Manola-Mason success. The conservative Rabbi Veld, of Montreal, writes to the Masons: "A most power ful sermon Is 'Friend Frlta." A great deal of gratitude Is due Mr. and Mrs. Mason." "Friend Fritz" will be the at traction at the Academy of Music on Tuesday evening. CoBgrove & Grant's comedians In "The Dazzler" will give an elaborate and extensive production of this piece at the Academy of Muslo on Monday evening. The play has been entirely re written, and is bright and new from start to finish. Elaborate and novel scenery Is introduced, the second act taking place on one of the most novel and effective ship scenes that was ever set upon a stage. The wardrobe Is ab solutely new from start to finish and the muslo as well. The company In cludes Florrle West, Charlie Wayne, Luella Wagner, Mason and Ralston, the DeWItt sisters, Blllle West; Orace Rut ter and a dozen other clever people. This Is the second appearance of this company and piece here this season. THE BlITT0XS0F HIS COAT. Barber Husscll, Colored, of .Spruce Street, Was Betrayed hy their fleshiness. Fashion plate magazines do not con tain pictures thut represent truer cor rectness In the representations of ele gancy of style than the living picture thut adorns the promenade when on Sunday afternoons Barber J. B. Percy Russell, of Spruce street, goes out for a stroll. Mr. Russell Is a gentleman of color and shines In colored society circles. One evening not lung ago, after his lather and shave exercise of the day was over, Mr. Russell hied himself to a social event which was attended by the cream do la creme of the colored 400. and' he was dressed to the top loftiness of grandeur. When the time arrived for home going, it chanced that Mrs. Frank Thomas, wife of a coachman, residing In the rear of 339 Adams avenue, wns unattended by the customary escort, and with a heart beating in lusty throbs of gullantry he vouchsafed his atten tion to the lady to sea her safely home and was with many thanks accepted. Hanging Over the Gate. Eventually the gate was reached and Mrs. Thomas was about to enter her home, but she turned, and Percy tar ried to hear from her the expression of thanks that invariably attends and precedes the parting au revlor. Mrs, Thomas Is fair to look upon and Percy was loathe to tear his gaze away. While thus communing at the gate the still ness of the night was broken by the noise of an opening window In the up stairs of the Thomas household and In sepulchral tones broke out on the moon light the query: "Who da'r?" Mrs. Thomas hurried into the house and the barber sped on. But the hus band, whose belated wife worried him, recognized In her male escort the col ored Spruce street barber, and some time afterward he made violent threats, which caused Mr. Russell to appear be fore Alderman FltzBimmons Wednes day and swear out a warrant for Coach man Thomas' arrest. A hearing took place in the afternoon and the alderman wanted to know how Thomas recognized the barber. He was Informed that Russell had on a top coat of spring style, garnttured with pearl bottons as large as saucers, each one coruscating like the glints of brightness from a fixed Btar, and in this way was discovered. As Coachman Thomas had threatened to viscerate the barber with a razor the alderman, was bound to require him to provide bonds guaranteeing to keep the peace. The barber tried to prove that he wa In Plttston on the night In question but the coachman smashed the alibi to smithereens. Mrs. Thomas was one of the principals recently concerned in the horsewhipping episode at a colored church festival. NORTH END NOTES. Mrs. David Price, of Margaret avenue, Is seriously Hi. Walter D. Christmas, of Market street, has recovered from his recent Illness. C. R. Sllkman, of New York, who was called here by the death of his father, James Sllkman, returned home last night;. . - There will be a special meeting In the Presbyterian church tonight prepara tory to the communion and reception of members next Sunday morning. Rev. George E. Guild will deliver the sermon. The residence of Rev. W. G. Watklns, on Theodore street, was the scene of a very pretty wedding lost evening, when Miss Myfanym Thomas, daughter of Simon Thomas, of Parker street, was married to Richard Rutland by Rev. Mr. Watklns at 8 o'clock. After the ceremony the couple left on a short wedding tour, after which they will be gin housekeeping. The Ladles' Aid society of the Meth odist Episcopal church successfully con ducted an Easter bazaar In the Sun day school rooms of the church last night. A delightful entertainment was given, the especial features being a waiter drill by eight 'small girls under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Will iams and .the song by Ruth and Carroll MacDunald, two very small children. Supper was served by the young ladles the entire evening. The residence of James Sllkman was filled yesterday afternoon when the fu neral services of his brother, John Sllk man, who died last Monday evening, were held. They were conducted by Rev. George TS. Guild. The casket was covered with Easter lilies and roses, be sides which, near the head of It, stood a handsome pillow. ' Interment was mada In orest Hill cemetery. The pall-bearers were J. K. Smith, George Wilder, C. 8. Woodworth, C. 8. Von Storch, W. B. Christmas and Amasa Palmef. soiTH sid7ews. A' daughter was born yesterday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hart man, of Birch street. Thomas J. Moore, manager of Mea dow Brook and Minooka stores, is at tending to duty again after an illness of a few weeks, The funeral of, Patrick Luddon, of Minooka,. will ba held this afternoon. Interment will be made In Minooka Catholic cemetery. - " Rev. Rtehard Hlorns will lecture on "Life In Paris,"; this evening at the rooms of the South Side Young Wo men's Christian- association, ' - m i ' " 11 Died at tho Moses Taylor Hospital. ' Jame - Gaughan, . of Pine Brook, 18 years old, the young man who was injured In the Runrl Ranks shaft, n. -wnb u irn h. v-a ing squeesed between car and a prop, aieu yesiuusy jnamuig at me juoiei Tay lor nospuiu. . Silver chatelaln watches,. Davldow Bros. HIGHWAY ROBBERS CAUGHT. Squad of West Hide Police Clean t'p a Trio of Young Highwaymen at Mid night. Lieutenant Williams and a squad from the West Side police Btatlon went to Keyser Valley at midnight and cap tured William and John MoNlcholas, brothers, who had been concerned in the highway robbery last Saturday. The officers went to the house where the young men lived and took thorn in tow to the West Side police station. A colored man named. John Doe, sus pected of knowing more than he pre tends about the robbery, was also captured. Alderman Fltzalmmons will give them a hearing this morning. Money to loan at a very low rate of In terest on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, etc, All business strictly confidential at Davl dow Bros., 217 Lacka, ave. Accordions, autoharpg, Davldow Bros. Home Seekers' Excursions, via. tho Nickel Plate Houd. to points in the south, at one fare for the round trip, March 6 to April 2 and 80. Ask your city ticket agent for detailed Itifonia tlon, or address . F. J. Moore, general agent, No. 23 Exchange atreet, Buffulo, N. i. 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It will out last tinning of any kind by many years, and It'a coat does not exceed one-fifth that of tho coat of tinning, la sold by the Job or pound. Contracts taken by ANTONIO HAHTMAJiNi 637 Birch 8L Qnnplf 4 Cmrt far ' WOMANHOOD Mia nil attondfnt; ailment Duth of younc and BUd(llo Afl mm ana wofnn, Th MfuTrfTeWtflof YOUTHFUL Rftclta of treatment, KRKORA, producinf wrJt MM, Krroua lability, Htf Ml Imlusions, CoDBurapUon, laiaiUtr, KshMMCioir dralai and loan of power of theOan tnUftOmuinnninor onaforttudy, (ualnaaf and mar rtACwUqmnkijour. by Dr. JlMrtc ea Hpaataa ft wwm Oralai Tbey not only cure by BUriing attba seat ordlr mm. but aiiia treat MKKVETONIO mm4 ULttUft MUaat. Sy awl), Mie par boa or for with writ, law aaeraataa le rare r rantae the maMy. Book UiitimiMi Hm Oral. Co., Boa sJ. M ew YoSC For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Dr (1st, Wyoming ave. and Spruce street. SSSSL (Action to our patrons: Washburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many pat. rontt thnt they will thin year hold to their usual custom of milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, and owing to the excessively dry weather many millers are of the opinion that it Is already cured, and In proper condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will take no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully three months to mature before grinding. Thin careful attention to every detail of milling has placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour fur above other brands. MEGARGEL Wholesale IRON AND STEEL Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, Riv ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock. SOFT - STEEL - HORSE - SHOES, And a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheels, Hubs, Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc, TTEBEIB SCRANTON, PA. LUSV1 At Wholesale. RICHARDS LUMBER TELEPHONI THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of Looomotives,StationaryEngines,Boil8rs, HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. Oenenu Office: SCRANTON, PA. V rlliponrf. Will MUA1A.N 1 Efi ts CM- 1 Ia oluntiTV KnfatlaM Solera aatf A flat Unlit WVSillullUBB U( IHISSII7, ll.vupea; VQl VJ veinmts. n ilsb ejverrj B v orler w te a writtan iiiuutft ta cur a at tfaal Ika maaav. lrtti FKaL MIDICIHM 00.. Clava.aad.Oaia. Forsait oy JOHN H. PHElPS Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avonuo an4 Spruca Street, Seranton, Pa. THIRD NATIONAL BANK OF SCRANTON. Statement March 3. 18WS, called for by tbe Comptroller of tbe Currency, RESOURCES. Loans $1,436,774.01 Overdrafts 280.74 United Statea Bonds 80,000.00 Other Bonds .i200.SSA.2O Banking House . 28,074.46 Premiums on C. 9. Bonds,., . ; 043.7S Duo from I. S. Treeaurer... , 7,000.00 Due from Banks 263.701.18 Cash 10,870.86 2,267.00U0 LIABILITIES. Capital $200,000.00 Snrplue i.'.. i. 260.000.00 I'ndivided Profits .., 72,880.00 Circulation 71,800.00 Dividend. Unpaid ' " S20.50 DcposltH .1,037.214.06 Due to Bank ., 20,013.74 2,207,006.10 WILLI 4. M CONKKI.I., President. . GEO. U. CATLIff, Vice President. WILLIAM H. PECK, Cauhicr. DIRECTORS. William Connell, George H. Catlin, Alfred Hand, Jame. Archbald, Henry Belln, jr., William T. Smith, Luther heller. Special attention given to bu.lne.s as counts. Interest Paid on time dcpo.it.. "srsr REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY. Made a utDar. WM Tweii wan As ia aa MttDey.ifjW of Me. THI OMAT 80th OR) W bay redaoee the above reaolta Ut'SO days. Itaett Mmrlully aad qotekiy. Cora. rhall olhere tail Toons maa will xeala their teat manhood, aad old man will recover tbalr rout.ful viior by tula. It f VIVO. It eulcaly and aurely raatore. Nenou n .aa, Loat VIUIItT, Impetaaajr, Mltatlr Eniaaloaa, Lost Power, Failing Memory, Waattni Olaaaaea, and all .flweta of aeU-abuee or aiaaaaaad tndlecretion, whloh uelte one tor atudy, baeioaoe or aurrlaae. II sot only our, by itartlnt at tb. anal ot dteaaea, but La a treat nerve tonte aad blood builder, bring, ing baok the pink glow to pale eheeke and re itarla tbe Are of youth. It wardt off tnaaaily and Ooaaomstion. Inalat .a having RR VI VO. aa Dinar. It eaa be tarried la vaat pocket. By mail. l.OO ear paokaga, or all lor SS.OO, with a peel live written aaarantee to emre ot refund thesaeaey. Circular tree. Addraaa , OVAL MEDICINI CO.. It River ., CHICAOO. lit res sals y Matthews Bres Df WglM seraat.a , Fa. . CONNELL Agents. CO., "SMT 422. RESTORE LOST VIGOR hfits van anta a ak Mtt4 with WSIYTOT Ks.i - v.mm Dskelu. La of aaal Patrat tat itkM si. frota any cant. If aaflacUd, ttwa) traublaa ftaad l Maaufecturers of the Celebrated) PILSENER LAGER BEER CAPACITY 1 loo.ooo Barrels per Annum Moosic Powder Go, Rooms 1 and 2 GonuDoieallb Bld't SCRANTON. PA. MINING and BLASTING POWDER MADE AT MOOBIC AND RUSBV DAL.B WORTH. Lafflla Rand Powder Co.'B Orange Gun Powder Eleetrlo Batteries. Fuses for explod ing blasts. Safety 9uee mat , RepuBoCBeslcal Co.'s KflBiylcara 1 (L 9 t MI'S Si LAGER BEER BREWERY-