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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOON lift. DEUEMKEK 30, 1890.
8 READING Previous to onr tattlne Inventory we will Boll the remaiuiue HOLIDAY GOODS, HOUSE COATS, BATH ROBBS, ULSTKHS, OVKR COATS AINU SUITINUS at astoniihing low price. KRAMER BROS., THE POPULAR CLOTHIERS. Norrman & Moore FIRE INSURANCE, 120 Wyoming Ave. 1ACKAWANNA, E A DE R IN CORRECT 3AUNDERING 308 Penn Avenue. A. B. WAR.MAN. OUR STORE Will Be Open Evenings Until Christmas. Carpets, Draperies and Wall Papr. U7 WYOMINQ AVE. Thpre will be no services In St. Luke's church on Wednesday evcnlns of this week. (. H. Neweonib, of Kenton, was made a deputy sheriff by Sheriff Frank H. C'lein ons yesterday. Seat checks will be given out for the llyrons this morning at the Academy box otliee at S o'clock. An execution of $1,2,"i) wns yesterday issued asulnst the Sunday News at the lnstunce of Walter K. Ounnter, trustee The sale will take place Jan. D. Several members of the Scranton Lleder kranz will no to Xnt York Saturday to iitteiwl o carnival to be given Saturday nlht by the New York Kiehenkranz. Morris Hollendcr and Fanny Klfenbarn, of Old Forge; Will C. Wall and Idell Harnes, of Scranton, were granted mar riage licenses yesterday by Clerks of the Courts Thomas. Samuel Smith, a Polish laborer from the Woodward shaft, Kingston, was re ceived at the Moses Tnylor hospital yes terday. His left foot had been severely crushed between two cars, but amputa tion, will not be necessary. Mayor liailey yesterday postponed the Fesslon of the. Kinsley commissi. in which was to have taken place last night, as the date wus Inconvenient for some of the members. A date for the meeting in the near future Is to be agreed upon. "The St. Thomas College March," written by Professor Hlchurd F. Lind say, of this city, and dedicated to HI. Hev. Ulshop O'llara, has been Issued. Jt is written in the professor's most pleasing style and seems destined to become very popular. A concert will be rendered by the fine band carried by the. Joshua Simpkins company, now playing at Lhivls' theater, at Wyoming; and Lackawanna avenues ut noon today. Their descriptive selections, "On the Farm," Is full of funny 'busi ness' and winds up with a real old coun try dance. James Farrell, of the Third ward, did not respond when he was called for trial yesterday in criminal court to answer the charges of selling liquor without a license and selling liquor on Sunday, pre ferred by Beth Smith, and his ball was forfeited and a capias was Issued for him. Deputy Sheriff Ward lodged him In jail last nltrh t. A Joint meeting of the fire department committees of councils has been called for Friday, Jan. 1 at 2 p. m. to witness nn exhibition at the Hook and Ladder house of the merits of the Miller fireman's hel met and respirator, which it Is claimed permits a fireman to buttle with Humes, BKhoug'h surrounded with the densest smoke and gases. The following officers have been elect ed by Colonel Monies post. No. 319, Gland Army of the Hepublic, to wrve for one year: Commander, Captain P. J. McAn drew: senior vice, David Thompson; Juni or vice, William Edwards; ofliclal guard, John Huntsman; quartermaster, 1. Da Lacy; truptee, Thomas Carr; sergeant. Lev! Oetts; delegates to the state en campment, John T. Howe and David Thompson; alternates, K. L. Hess and E. C. Yeoman. POLITICAL NOTES. M. P. Mulligan has announced himself as a candidate for common council In the Thirteenth ward. Constable J. W. Clark, of the Klgh teenth ward, will be a candidate for alder man of that ward ut the coming election. The present alderman is Patrick Hoar, who will be a candidate to succeed him self. The candidacy of Marlon W. Finn for the Republican nomination for common rouncil In -the Thirteenth ward is en dorsed by some of the most substantial residents of the ward. Timothy Burke Is milking a promising canvass for the oflice of common council In the Seventh wur.l. Mr. Ilurke Is a most publin spirited man and has a large following of friends. WORTH SI TO REGULATE THE FEES OF CONSTABLES Commissioners Will Adopt Judge Ben nett's Opinion as Their Guide. SUBSTANCE OF THE DOCUMENT Only 50 Cents Tor Serving a Subpoena No Mutter How Many Names May lio I'pon H"Circular" Mileage Not AllowablcConstablo li Not Entitled to Extra Mileage for His Prisoner or Witness, or to Auy Mileage at All for Making Kcturus to Court. At present in this county the consta bles are Biven the benefit of the doubt in all or u linos t all ambiguous questions relutiiiK to fees; In fact they have been virtually allowed, so It Is freely admit ted around the court house, to virtually interpret the statutes themselves. In making out their costs they took ad vantage of every vague point In the law to pull up their costs and In the absence of a definite ruling on these matters the county olliciuls were not In a position to dispute their claims, ul thout;h believing and feeling almost sure that many of them were illegal and exhorbitant. At a recent formal session of the county commissioners It was agreed to take this matter up and to remedy what they. In common with everybody, ex cept the constables themselves, believed to be an evil. In the absence of a bet ter and more thorough Interpretation of the statutes relating to the question it was decided to secure a copy of the opinion recently handed down by Judge L. H. lfennett, of YVilkes-Harre, which, while it dealt only with particular Items arising in a peculiar case slated, cov ered nearly all the main questionable points. UILL PASSED UPON. Jn the cusp stated which Judge Ron net t wus called to pass upon the con. stable's bill was as follows: 1. Making returns to regular June term of quarter sessions $ 1 09 2. Traveling luo miles from Hazleton to Wiikes-Harre and return In making foregoing returns 10 00 3. Executing warrant of arrest 1 00 4. Conveying prisoner lo Jail undir committment 1 00 o. Traveling :';lo miles from Huzleton to Philadelphia and return In executing warrant, at lo cents a mile 23 00 (J. Traveling 100 miles from Hasslcton to Wtlkes-liarre and return in conveying prisoner to jail, at In cents 10 00 7. Serving subpoena on two persons to appear before alderman ut hearing, at 50 cents 1 00 8. Serving subpoena on eleven wit nesses for trial in court, at 1.1 cents 1 Cj D. Traveling 2W miles in serving last foregoing subpoena at li cents... 12 00 10. Serving and returning attach ments of witness at trial 1 25 11. Traveling loo miles from Wllkes- Jiarre to Philadelphia and re turn In Berving attachments, at cents 0 00 12. Traveling of prisoner, 115 miles from Philadelphia to Husk-ton in charge of constable, under warrant, ut 10 cents 11 50 13. Traveling ot prisoner, 50 miles from Unzletou to Wlikeg-Barre, in charge of constable, under committment, at lo cents 5 00 14. Traveling of attached witness, 50 miles from Hazleton to Wllkes Barre In charge of constable, at 0 cents 3 00 Total $S7 90 In recapitulating his exhaustive opin ion on the matter Judge Ilennett says In substance: A constable who was elected since the passage of the act of in Luzerne county and after such election made his return to the regular term of quarter sessions, Is not entitled to any fee or travel pay for making such return. A constable Is entitled to a fee of $t for executing' a warrant and a like sum for conveying a prisoner to jail under committment. In the two cases last referred to 10 cents a mile is al lowed to the constable for each mile traveled direct, but not for each mile circular. "For serving subpoenus, CO cents" only allows that sum for such service even though made upon two persons. IS A SHERIFF'S OFFICER. Where a constable renders services which pertain to the olllce of sheriff, he Is not acting In the character of a constable, but rather as a sheriff's nfli cer, and comes under the act of IStiS. The latter act prescribes $1 as his fee for servinu an attachment against a witness, but makes an allowance for mileage for the witness. The county is not liable for extra mileage or travel pay for prisoners or witnesses In charge of constables; whether or not the coun ty would be liable for actual and nec essary disbursements, is not decided. In accordance with the foregoing opinion Judge Hennett makes up the amount of judgment to be entered In the case under consideration as fol lows: 1. Executing warrant of arrest ? 1 00 2. Conveying prisoner to jail 1 00 3. Travel pay 115 miles, Hazleton to Philadelphia, in executing war rant at 10 cents 11 50 4. Travel pay 50 miles, Hazleton to Wilkes-l'.arre, in conveying pris oner to jail, at 10 cents 5 CO 5. Serving subpoena, on two persons before alderman 50 6. Serving subpoena on eleven wit nesses for trial at court, at 15 cents 1 G5 7. Travel on same 200 miles at tl cents. 12 00 8. Serving and returning attachment 1 00 9. Travel on same from Wilkes-Uarre to Hazleton and return, at 6 cents 6 00 Total 3!) Go HAD A HAPPY TIME. Grace Reformed Sunday School Has a Christmas Celebration. Tho Christmas1 celebration of the Sunday school of the Grace Reformed Episcopal church took place Monday night. The attendance of officers, teach ers and children was so larse that the spacious auditorium was Incapable of containing it and It was found neces sary to throw open the lecture room. There was the customary Christmas tree, carols, presents and the like and a general happy time was had. Superintendent William T. Hackett conducted the exercises, with the as sistance of the other officers of the school: William W. Lothrop, assistant superintendent; Theodore V. Grambs, secretary; Miss Laura Waugh, assist ant secretary; Richard R. Welsenfluh, treasurer; George De Wilde, librarian; Charles Graves, Edward Frear, assist ant librarians; Samuel Powell, music librarian; Miss Eloie V. Rrown, organ ist; Mrs. E. H. Ripple, superintendent of the Infant department; Mrs. R. II. Frear, assistant; Miss Anna Heckler, organist. The teachers of the twenty five different classes were also called i lata requisition, when the distribution of presents were going on. A very ap propriate address was heard from the pastor. Rev. George L. A Id rich, and Treasurer Welsenfluh gave a report of the financial standing of the school and of the receipts and disbursements of the year. Prizes for good attendance were given to Llllie Murray, Alfred Kuschwa and Laura Chamberlain, who were present every Sunday during the year, and to Lulu Wilfe, Phoebe Kane, Hat tie Kane, Ed Frear, Robert Kuschwa, Carrie De Wilde, Eunice Lathrope, Pearl Murray and Nellie Harkness, who were absent only one Sunday. 'VARSITY MEN SANG AND PLAYED. Excellent Coucert f.ivcu Last Sight in V. M. C. A. Hall. Several hundred persons thoroughly enjoyed the excellent concert given in Young Men's Christian association hall last night by the glee, banjo and man dolin clubs of the University of Penn sylvania. The hearty applause und nu merous encores proved with what favor the efforts of the 'varsity boys were received. The stage was draped with red and blue, the university colors, and there was also a liberal display of the same colors throughout the auditorium. Sus pended from the proscenium arch was a large red keystone with the letter "P" in the center in blue. As the opening number of the pro gramme the glee club sang "Hall Penn sylvania," which prepared the audience for the good things to come. Other numbers rendered by the glee club were "A Footlight Fancy" and the conclud ing number "lied and Ulue." Mr. Dewing and the glee sang "Pennsyl vania," which was arranged by Will lam P. Goeckel, of Wllkes-liarro, lead er of the glee club, who Is probably the best known college base ball player In ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo To Our The Tribune Political Handbook for 1897 will be placed in the hands of carriers' 011 Jan. 1 for sale at 25 cents a copy. It is sold to them at cost. The Handbook will be a complete local and political direc tory and encyclopedia, invaluable for ready reference. It will comprise more than 200 large pages of carefully compiled statis tical matter, covering Northeastern Pennsylvania interests in a manner not hitherto attempted by any similar publication. We can recommend it as well worth the price charged. The sale of it by the carriers of The Tribune insures them their one means of special profit during the year. Readers who wish to remember them for their punctual work throughout flie A year, in all kinds of weather and under many disadvantages, can 0 do so most advantageously by purchasing copies of this fine 6 annual. On behalf of the carriers we bespeak a generous re- 0 spouse on New Year's morning. 0 00000000000000000 tin- country. It Is sung to the air "Tommy Atkins." In "Memoirs," which was sung by T. Cushlng Jones, of this city, and the glee the young man's line baritone voice was heard to good advantage, liy request Mr. Jones afterwards sang Shelby's "Serenade." He was com pelled to respond to an encore after singing both numbers. His singing was one of the distinct features of the evening's entertainment, lty request Frank Anol whistled several solos, which were well received. The banjo dub was heard in the overture "Haymonde;" march, "El Capitan;" medley of popular songs and the march, "lUndicap." The ilumbers rendered by the mandolin club were the march "Ensemble," "Hungarian Dream" and "Flower Song." The members of the club arrived in the city yesterday morning in two spe cial cars and made their headquarters In them while here. They will leave the city this morning a 9 o'clock. The local arrangements for the concert were made by the following members of the Alumni of the University: Rev. Frank S. liallentlne, Dr. H. V. Logan, Dr. O. Edgar Dean, Dr. O. A. Blanc-hard, George 11. Davidson, Russel Dimmlck and Spencer C. Dickson. Utir First Day. Ret ween 30 and 40 callers visited us on our first day of open olllce. We got good wishes from all and students from many. We wish It distinctly understood Hint we have started a NEW SCHOOL and have nothing to do with Wood's Busi ness College or its successor, Williams' Itusiiipss College. We mean to maUe our school nn edu cational institution and the best possi ble, but we have no disposition to be little the work of others In the same business. If our former pupils will cull at the oflice we shall be pleased to explain out special rates to old students. Prof. H. M. Harney, a justly popular teacher. Is now a member of our fac ulty. The college will open in both day and evening sessions Monday, Jan. 4, lx!i7. M'CLOSK V AND TRAIN Elt. TWO OPERAS WELL SUNG. The Two Vagabonds and The Ro ll cm inn Girl at the I'rutliingliiiui. "The Two Vagabonds," otherwise known as "Ermlnie," was sung at the Ifrothingham yesterday afternoon by the Waite Opera company and last night the company sang Halfe's charm ing opera, "The Bohemian Girl." Jo seph W. Smith appeared In the role of Thaddetis and wn In excellent voice. His rendition of the solo "You Remem ber Me" was received with great favor. There were the usual stereoptleon Views, specialties by the Lily quartette and Mildred Dempsey, and the even ing's entertainment concluding with a number of artistic livlrg pictures. ThlK afternoon the "Chimes of Nor mandy" will be sung und tonight "Fra Dlavolo." T. CL'SIUXU JONES. PLANS FOR A PAID FIRE DEPARTMENT Considered by Engineers and Fire De partment Committees. SUGGESTION OF CHIEF HICKEY Wants to Put the Department on a Paid Footing in a Small Wuy at the Ucgiuning of the Next Fiscal Year. Four Combination Chemical and Hose Wagons Suggested-Whcre They Will Ue Located. Another movement for a paid fire de partment was inaugurated lust night at a meeting of the board of engineers and tire department committees of councils. The meeting was called by Chief Illckey for the purpose of considering the department estimates for 1S97. There were present, besides Chief Hlckey, District Engineers Louis Schwuss, F. W. Warlike, James J. O'Malley, Charles Kaynor and M. Mc Manus; Messrs. Fred Durr, M. J. Hums, Horatio T. Fellows and Edward Frable, of committee of James Molr, Gordon and the lire department select council; Messrs. Simon Thomns, P. F. Edward Wenzel of the lire department committee of the lower branch. Fred Durr pre sided and H. C. Hatton, clerk ot the common council, took the min utes of the proceedings. Chief Illckey's plan as unfolded to the committee was to first of all estab lish the department on a paid busis and take care of the various other ex- Readers. oooc 000000000000 penses ufter the salary list had been attended to. THE CHIEF'S PLAN. He thought by economizing here and there the ordinary expenses could be cut down to such an extent that it will be necessary to ask for but little more than was allowed by the esti mates committee last year, to put the department on a paid basis In a small way at the very beginning of the com ing fiscal year. Hi:i Idea is to engage eighteen addi tional permanent men and distribute them among the' central city compa nies, with possibly an extra man for nn outside company where' one is particu larly needed, and gradually Increase the number as the city can afford it, until the whole department will be made pp of paid men. Lust year the (ire department was allowed $:!t,400. With $40,000 and the cutting down of the various running expenses, Chief Hit-key thinks it will be possible to make the start for a paid department. The committee was unanimously In fa vor of the plan and. decided to urge Its adoption upon the estimates commit tee. MORE CHEMICALS WANTED. Four new combination chemical and hose wagons were also suggested and favored. It Is proposed to place one in the new Nay Aug engine house; an other with the Columblas on the West Side, the third with the Excelsiors in Providence, und Hie fourth with the Reliefs, wlio ai" to be moved down from Petersburg to some point near the Moses Taylor hospital, or even nearer to the central city. Another meeting will be called for next week when final action will be taken on these and other items of the chief's estimates. Report of the Itcllcvuc Mine Acciden tal Fund for the cor ot'lNOU. In treasurer's hands Deo. 30, 1SW...S "Sii 07 RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAH 189(5. Receipts from levys f 730 IS Receipts from kegs l.'O 00 27'i new members 27 ."0 Six badges U 00 Total $1.082 75 EXPENDITURES FOR ISM. Accidents ( KXi 5) Tnree deaths, $7u each 22.1 00 Two members' wives, $t0 each 80 00 Executive council 24 00 Janitor 12 (0 Total ,....$l,0OJ 59 Balance In treasurer's hands Dec. 30, lS'JU S CS2 10 John J. (iraham, Thos. J. Edwards, Henry Kline. Auditing Com. This is Important to Yon, And to your wife, son and daughter. You want a home. Think about it. Buy one of our choice lots In the cen tral and select part of Scranton at a handy and convenient walking dis tance from business, theaters, hotels, churches, stores and il'-pots, on Adams, Jefferson, Madison or Monroe avenues. At most of the lots flag walks and curbs are laid, nlso sewers, gas and water mains and steam heat, and in front of some the asphalt pave. These are sites for superior homes. Prices low. Terms ensy. Clear title guaran teed. Call for circular, Jones,311 Spruce. Auction Sale Of Oriental Huirs, Carpets and Japan ese ware today at 2.30 p. m., at 500 Lack, ave. These are positively the last days we will have for auction. Attend these sales and get the bargains as we In tend to sell without reserve. Michnellun liiua. & Co. DIED. II EM PL1 NCI In Scranton, Dec. 28. 1S9U, Mamie, the 3-year-old daughter of .Mr. und .Mrs. Christian Hempling. Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In terment in the Hyde Park Catholic cemetery. WEBER In Scranton, Dec. 29, 1S9fi, Ber tha XL, daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. Justin Webur, aged G months. Funeral Thurs day afternoon, Dec, 3!, nt 2 o'clock, from the residence, 331 Sumner avenue. In terment will be In the Wushhuru Street cemetery. OUR WHIST PLAYERS WON. Defeated the l'oniirrt Club, of liaston, Monday Night. The Scranton Whist club team won Its match with the Fomfret club play ers at Easton Monday night by five tricks. The 'score was 140!)-i::9i and was In detail as follows; Plus or Scranton. Score. Xllmis. Knapp and Heeley 45 'a Penniun and Fuller 217 Struppler and Waters 247 Ua Wade und Parke 21'J 3',a ' Labar and Dusenbury 221 l'a Dule and Broadbent 227. 4'i Total 1409 Plus or Easton. Score. Minus. MeKeen and. Maxwell 194 "4'a .March und Wagener 210 ll'i Chlseley and Bacon 1SH "'J'a Hamilton and Nightingale... 2'W l'3 Green and Boucher 270 l'a Reeder and Goldsmith 2II.S 1' Total 1399 '3 Plus. .Minus. The Scranton players were royally entertained. May was begun at 7.4" o'clock and t-t ntinued until 1.4a o'clock with an intermission for a delightful lunch. A return game will be played here next month. Touting the Easton players were: C. D. P. Hamilton, a celebrated whist au thority; Jud,je Howard J. Reeder, f the superior court. and Professor March, of Lafayette college. A Rooming llusiness College. Tho Scranton Business college, found ed a llttU- ovt r two years ago by Buck, Whltmore & Co., Is approaching the close of tho yenr with a degree of pros perity nlmost unprecedented in the his tory of business colleges. While others have been complaining of hard times and a lack of pupils, this institution has been blessed with prosperity and suc cess, pretty good evidence that it Is founded on correct business principles. Your name and address on a postal, addressed t. them, will bring their new Journal. Lots of good things In It. - - 230 XX White Envelopes for 17c. at 3c Store, 523 Lack'a. ave. Bring in Your Ten Checks. and exchange them for China and fan cy goods, Bric-a-Frac, etc., also a large line ot Toys for the children Just re ceived. Come now anil make your se lection and avoid the rush just before Christmas, lira ml Union Tea Co., 211 Laika. uve., Jones Bros., proprietors. Tailor made fall suits and overcoats, latest styles, John Ross, 207 Spruce street. Ntcnsn Heating and Plumbing. P. F. & M. T. Howley, 231 Wyoming ave. All poor tax not paid before Decem ber 31st, 1R9G. costs will be udded. W. M. Finn, collector. GREATLY Reduced in Price JACKETS, CAPES, AND FURS AT W. R. BLACK'S 132 WYOMINQ AVENUE. SAWYER'S MILLINERY STORE Sohmar Piano Stands at ths Head m i- mm? 'i5r2fc-S AND J. W. flUERNSEV Stands at the Head in tile Music track. You can always t,'t a better tmrcuin nt his beautiful warerooina than at any other placo in the city. Cull and bee for youraclf before buying, 205 Washington Avenue, SCRANTON, PA. J. W. GUERNSEY, Prop. BEST SETS GF TEETH, $3, Including tho painless extracting of tcetli by uu entirely new process. S. C. SNYDtR, d. d. s., 321 Spruce St , Opp. Hotel Jermyn. Mrs i USEFUL GIFTS. ROCKERS AND CHAIRS We have a nice line of Reed Rockers and Chairs. Also Oak, flahogany and Willow Rockers. BRASS TABLES New Designs, Onyx Top. Prices Reasonable. SMYRNA RUGS A new choice line just Received at $2.25. 30x60 inches HASSOCKS, OTTOMANS, ETC. P. llfflTryiMP H YllilmiiiJi Odd. Wyoming House. (LARGE JEWELER ill 423 Lackawanna Avim Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Sterling Silver And Cut Glass. Great Reductions in All These Goods. Watches and Clocks paired on short notice. Re- LADIES' JACKETS Start the new year with a new jacket. We will start the year with a new Special Cloak Sale. All will be sidd nt bargain prices. We will not have enough to go around so the lucky customers will be those who cull early. Ladies' cloaks, children's Jackets, sep arate skirts nntl winter suits all are in cluded in the sale. Until January 1, 1897, The Balance of Our in Will Ue Offered at Extremely Low Prices. TO LADIES A Nice Home Calendar lor ii07. FREE TO GENTLEMEN A Convenient and Or. immeniul Match Safe fur Home U.e. L B. POWELL I CflS PIANO WAREROW, STERLING SILVER . . . a a new addition to our stock at liottotn I'riccs. Opened an other new line of White China For Decorating l'riecM and styles talk, as we arc senilis lots of it. Will keep open eveainj after the first of December. METROPOLITAN CHINA HALL C. J. WEICIIEL, Mean Blitz, Cor. VVasli. and Spruce St. 406 Lackawanna Ave. WINDOW.) I n 0 Closed on Account of Fire. Will Be Open In a Few Days And will give you Bargains that have never been offered before. Wait And See. J.BOLZ I3S Wyoming Avenue. C1EHK ' uctioh For Balance of Our Stock of Overcoats, . Ulsters And Suits All New OooJd. This Season's Make. ywiieD an ssiHaauBaisssiaEiiBiiiiiiiiiifiiuiiiiHiiK 1 NEW I YEAR'S I 1 GIFTS ! 3 Are most appropriate if you 3 S have omitted to remember j some friend. We beg to re S mind yon of our popular S stock of 1 China, Glass, I Pottery, Lamps, 1 Silverplated Ware, 1 Etc., Etc. 3 RUPPRECHT'S GRYSTfll PAIHG f SI a iol Fenn Ave;. Cpp. Baptist Church. .. r 2 Middle of the Block. U S!SiHHiEttll9!3Elj3liHIIIIIIIHHI.1 Come to RiSEMHN a SOLOMON'S FOB ALL Newspapers, Magazines, and Story Papers, Alain Stand, - ioj Wyoming, Avenut ALWAYS OPEN. MT. PLEASANT COAL AT RETAIL.. Coal of tlie best quality for domestic as omestle kwheat anJ . ot tb eltf end of all mica, including buck Bfrclseye, delivered lo any part at trie lowest pnefl. Orders received at tho Office, flrtt floor, Commonwealth building;, room No. II teli phono No. SKI or at the mln. tela phnne No. 27!. will be promptly attend! to.Uealera tuppllcd at the mine. WM. T. SMITH. Bl HATS AT Dunn's