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TTIE SCRANTON TRIBUKE-TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1891.
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The Sctunton Tribune's Pittston office, No. 8 South Main stmt, is in
charge of W. E. Tooke and J. M. Fuhy, to whom complaints aud nowa items
may be referred by any subscriber, j
THINGS OBSERVED AND NOTED.
Forty-oight dollars duoount for
cashing an orJer of $1,740 is looked
upon as a rapid method for making
money by Burgess Malouey. Inas
much as borough orders are not "na
gotiable paper" the next question
that naturally arises is whnt action
Sacks ifc Brown propose to pursue to
recover their money. The situation is
certainly a perplexing one and any
thing but cheerful as far as Oontrso
tors llealey & Andreas are concerned.
The revelations disclosed by Engi
neerBartl during the week just closed
have Worked the people of this town
up to a pitch of excitement only ex
ceeded by that which attended the
Tweed ring exposure in New York
years ago. When the auditors sought
to perform and acceptably did i
similar service last fall they were the
"butt" of uncanny remarks. Many
alleged their motive was "purely mer
cenary," but the present expos
ure following so closely upon their
investigation renews lateiesl and hai
been the means of sustaining any sua
picion of wroug doing they supposed
existed. It ts to be hoped that Bur
gess Malouey will prosecute the good
work be has so fearlessly begun, and
while be is about it, have Mr. Uartl
thau whom there is no better surveyor
hereabouts measure William street
and ascertain if possible if the work
amounted, as Andreas & llealey alleged,
to some ?4,tfU0.
A faiut idea of the health of this
commnuity may bo gleaned from the
fact that a clerk in one of the drug
stores of this town compounded BOO
prescriptions during the mouth of De
cember. There are eleven stores of
this kind in Pittston. Assuming that
each of the eleven compounded a simi
lar amonn' there would be a grand to
tal of 3,;S00, or an average of 110 tot
each day in the mouth. As is well
known there are hundreds of cases
which are never brought to a doctor's
attention, preferring home treatment.
in tho various wards this, Tuesday,
evening, for the purposn of nominating
candidates for th. several ward offiOM.
Delegate to the borough convention
will also bi elected. Tne regular bor
ough convention will be held at the
town hall tomorrow evening for the
purpose of nominating a burgess and
other borough officers.
Professor E C. Wolfe, of Wyoming
seminary, spent yesterday, the guest of
his brother, in West Pittston.
Frank H. Brown and Will Smith, of
ilkes-Barre, spent yesterday in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Russell arrived
home after a visit with friends at
THE BALANCE OF OUR
At greatly reduced prices.
Articles of art
and utility. A few pict
ures will go
at HALF PRICE.
WILL SUPPORT MR. MAIONEY.
The Citizen's Commif.ae Caucus Decides
for His Re-election.
At a meeting of the standing execut
ive committee of the Citizen's Reform
movement held in Phenix hall last
evening, Beuj uuiu Harding presided,
and John McXamara acted as sscre
tary. The meeting was held as a pre
liminary move to a convention of citi
zens in the same place tonight, for the
purpose of selecting a reform borough
ticket to be voted for at the approach
ing spring election.
Thomas Mangan offered a motion
empowering the chairman to name
delegates to the convention. Mr
Harding replied that delegates bad al
ready been named in all wards except
the Tenth, and that these delegates
will support Burgess Malouey for re
election. WASN'T A QUORUM PRESENT.
No Session cf the Borough Council for
The non-partisan members of the
borough council, elected under the
citizens' reform movement, refused to
be present last evening, and a quorum
could not be obtained for the transac
tion of business.
No meeting hoi been held in six
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin were
called on yesterday to mourn the loss
of their youngest son, Robert, aged 5
The funeral will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Iuteruunt in
St. Mary's cemstery.
Robbie Webber is suffering from an
attack of the grip.
Misses Maggie McCorruic and Cassio
Moran left yesterday for List Greek,
Pa., to visit relatives
Miss Lizzie Watters, of Dnnmore,
speut Suuday here.
Miss Maine Fitzsimmnns was a vis
itor to Pittston yesterday.
St. Mary's fair was clos-ul on Satur
day night for one week. It will ro
open Monday evouing. Jan. 15.
The funeral of George Aborns, who
died on Friday.took place from his late
residence in Dnpont at 1 HO p m. Sun
day. The services, conducted by Rev.
George T. Price, took place at the
Methodist Episcopal church. The Odd
Fellows and Knights of Honor, of
which the deceased was a member, at
tended the funeral in a body. After
the services the remains were borne to
Dnryea andburied in the Brick Church
Mrs. E. S. Torr will in the near fu
ture move her millinery store to the
store room recently occupied by L. F.
Nolan as a hardware store.
Miss Carrie Simrell, of W'ilkes-Barre,
spent Sunday as the guest of Mrs.
Oliver on North Main street.
Miss Anna Callahan was a visitor to
Pittston on Saturday.
St. Mary's choir will ging at St
Dominiek's fair at Parsons on Thurs
James Maloney returned yesterday
to Newport News, Va., after a week's
visit with frieuds here.
STRUCK BY THE UP TRAIN.
9 NORTH MAIN ST.
Happy Thought Range
Wholesale and Retail.
Music Hall Block.
PITTSTON STOVE CO.
JEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
First-class Work, Superior Art lit
CHTLDBKN'8 PICTUBKS A BPECTALTY
Now Styles of Panel and Boudoir l'irturo.
uni-urpaasod. Cabinets 18.00 per dozen. Other
styles 'iua ly Inexpensive,
W. K EKYEK. 14 80. MAIN ST.,
PI I'TSTON, PA.
if n desire tnsi tiu remains of vur
friooils bo well nrmoTTld. have Mr. Kirby do
your IT. di-rt.'i-intf, m 11 has iiixt r turned
from the U. S. Colleen of Embalming, Now
York, wbero bo Iioh learned the latest Scien
tific Methods of Embalming, and is now pre
pared to i seonte a 1 work in tho best sumner,
vury low pricos.
MEAT URGE STOCiToF FIME FURNITURE
COMPLETE LINE OF FALL
CARPETS nt lowest prices.
J. 13. KIR BY,'
Odd Follows Building, PI lTSTON, PA.
The Strike Over
Send your Linen
PittBton's only STEAM
LAUNDRY, and have it laun
CST'A POSTAL will bring our wagon
to your door
And other spnRonaiile pnorti wore tied up on tlio road and delivered to us now
Then" must bo sold every article ii narked with its lowest soiling prloa iu
plain figures. Wo will deduct an extra
Cash Discount of 20 Per Cent
Thai offering a grand variety of fine present! at prioM invariably less than
cost of transportation or niiiuuC-ictiiro.
Cash is kine; you hear all sing,
Firm Holiday Goods are just the thing.
This lot comprises Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Shav
ing Sets, G-love and Handkerchief Boxes, Select
Indian Baskets, Albums, Etc.
Each article is a piece of art, ornamental and useful.
Our annex is located on William street, next to onr Millinery Department
See the windows. Tliey contain hundreds of. doll.vrs worth of lino wire, aueU
hp Qniltc, Bed Spreads, Si!k Umbrellas, Curtains, Linens and man) other use
ful sulect articles. Thcs1) constitute our
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N, J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anlhruclto coal upl exclusively, insuring
rifaniinoss ami ootntort,
timb casta in effect dec. 21, im
Trains Inavo Seranton for Pittston. Wilkiw.
Hair-. Mr., at b.10, O.I.T. a, in., 12.:ji), iJUJ.
B.JU, MbTJL U.08 p. io. Sundays, U.UO a. m,
l.ui, i.oo, 7.111 p. m.
l-ir.V-w I.JHai,! rii7!.li.-(i Kin
xpruss with UufTet
p-tn. Btraday, 2.00
alAri'll f'nrvir AiTrvTATi. n.
:M. E.ston ami Pktt.a na , i,,,, bia. .
U JLUn iM (except I'l.iindelpMa) pT'S
Sunday MX) ).m.
lor Long Baascn, Oosas Oaova, sto at
p.iii a.m., lj..;u p.m.
For Beading; Lebanon and arriebnra, via
ah'uu,v.u, mu a.m., Ja.lW. 2i n.iu. Sun-
Uav. J 'M mm.
I'nr Pi.tuiviMc !.ino. m., UUO p. is.
Ifi-tan.l 11. 1 a Xivf Vnvi- f,.t',.f r Mw.im
ite MortUBlver, at MS riirinesil mi
I 0 ' MB fi 111 w w-nii Hniri
'Mi-i p.m. Sunday, AX) a.m.
Leave Pblladelpbla Bead Ins remind. tM
m.,2.00 and U(l p. m. Bandar, 121 a.m.
1 Urotnth i K-ki-rs to ail n,,iitu 1, ...,.
gay bo had on application In advanoe to'the
liek'-t ua-ut at tho mjitiim.
u. p. Baldwin,
AnniiEl loiiday Greeting
BlMJT article is a present lo yon if you patronize tin 1'ioneer HiIiiLli:ii,menL. )f
warranted goods and low prices, A. B, BROWN'S JiKIi HIVli
We will and o$n show yoa a larger stook than any other concern in this
section. Remember, we nr.. MAKERS; tho ordinary factory garment has no
room in ovr Cloak Department and iibo prioes, we invit-j comparison with
any concern iu tho laud and know wo are the obsapsst
T KHIOH VALLEY KAILHOAD.
Trains leave genaton for PhOadatpbiaand
No fork vlaB. a B. R, if. ,lt , m., do
1 lor NewTork), U.10, 1.88 and 1L88
P.W. vta 1) , L & W. B. nV,a08, U.W a.m. and
r.i i. p,m,
LveSoronton for Ptttotou and Wllkef
i'','-"',' ' V'- M- .(, 1120 a.m..
I. 5, 1,50, 8.0, , H :w p.m. '
Leave scrantofi for Wbtte Haven,Hajileton.
Pottsvdle and all i,.nts on tlio Beaver
Meadow and Pottsvlllo branches vlaD AH
g, .at .-.la. l.'.l'i. 2.88, (.10 p in., viaU, I..&
v.. R B. ILma.nL, I.So.8.60p m.
Leave Bcranton for Uotblotn-rn. napton,
Beadlnir, oarrisbars and all ii ; n-diato
points via 1J. & II. H. It , Sa.iu. 12.10, g :;t m
vln I).. L. ic W. It. B., B.0S, 11.2.1 a. m.. 1 :)i
LeavoSeranton fir Tnnxbannook, Towaada,
Ehui'a. Ubaoa, Geneva and ail ii!orm edlate
point via I). A: II. 1!. I!., IJ3S und 11.8SO. m..
Vta 11.. I.. W. R.&, m a.m., 58 p.m.
Leave Bcranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit Chicago and ullp.,inn
West xU 1'. t: 11. B. J.'. Lii, 1L88 p. m, via
I).. L. .V W. It. Ii. and Pitt-ton junotton 't jO
. ' torBnl do only), l.j j,.m.. via . ti w,
II. Rj 4.10 p.m.
PorElmira and the west via Balamanca, vt
D. AH, If. K. at 0.1& p.m., via D., I., ii W. fi
II.. !. 8.80 .1 111 and tM p.m.
Pullman parlor ami sleeping or r.. V. chair
' i- 1 trams I "tv.-i-.-n L is IS. Junctw.ti or
-,:.r: -. :,-,.i ... u- rk, Phtladelphta,
and Bnstienslon JSi M(ro.
IN H. WILBUR, Gen. Bnpt. EastDlv.
I IS. 8. LKE.G in.PaM A't, Ptdla-Pa.
uth p t n'Y 1 . A "' Ueu 1'a,,As
H u D
33 N. Main; 8, 10, 12 and 14 William St,
INSPECTOR M' DONALD" 3 REPORT.
Six Fatal and Fourteen Non-Fatal Ac
cldents In December.
Mine Inspector McDonald, of the
Third anthracite coal district, reports
six fatal and fourteen non-fatal acci
dents at the various mines during the
month of December last
His report also shows tbat there were
64 fatal accidents and 178 non-fatal
accidents during the year of 16U3.
One Italian Instantly Killed on D. and
H. Track! Near Avoca.
.CpfCt'nt to (ne Sc-raatoa TVidune.
Avoca, Jan. 8. An unknown Ital
ian was killed by the '2 oU afternoon
north-hound Delaware and Hudson
train this afternoon at the red bridge,
lie and another countryman were walk
iug along the track when the train
struck them. One whs instantly killed
and the other injured.
The injured one was taken to the
hospital at,Scranton. The remains of the
dead one were removed to the Delaware
and Hudson depot, and the following
jury j empanelled by Justice of the
Peace tVhalen: . L. Snyder, G. P.
Allen, L. F. Nolan, T. F. FiUsim
mons, L. J. Baxter, Walter Anderson.
They viewed the remains and agreed to
meet at Attorney miters omce at o
o'clock Tuesday afternoon to hold an
LAFAYETTE LOWeRY'S FUNERAL.
MINOR PITTSTON MENTION.
Paragraphs of Local Interest to The
Owing to lack of cars the Clear
Spring colliery has been idle since yes
terday. Rev. P. J. Kain is in New York.
A meeting of the Woman's Christian
Temperance union wili be held in the
West bide Methodist Episcopal church
parlor this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The Carrie Louis company opened a
week's engagement at Music hall last
Mrs. A. Farrcll, of Seranton, is a
gnest of Kennedy street friends. )
Oscar Stnrmer, recently of Danville,
Va., has been in town for a day or two.
Yesterday he left for Easton, Md.,
where he will embark in business for
The Even Eight club held a business
meeting at the home of Miss Benedict,
West Side, last evening.
David L. McDonald returned yester
day to Drew Theological seminary,
H. W. Hankee, jnsticu of the peace
of Slatington. is the gnest of bis bro
ther, P. E. Hankee,
Miss Sanders has resumed her duties
at the Globe after a brief illness.
Harry D. Laycock, of Wyoming;,
who has been on the sick list, has
nearly recovered, and oalled on Pittston
Braneh 208, of the Order of Tonti, has
elected the following officers: Past
president, W. M. Atwater; president.
Daniel Hamlin; vioe president, T. B.
Mitten; secretary, E.J. Evans; treas
urer, J. H. Mulkey; medical examiner,
Dr. T. M. Johnson; chaplain, W. H.
Jaokion; marshal, A. L.Dando; gnard,
J. A. Stone; sentinel, Edward Thomp
son. The First Presbyterian Sunday school
has elected the following officers: Su
perintendent, S. M. Parke; assistant
superintendent and secretary, Fred W.
Busht librarian and treasurer, J. C.
Manning; assistant librarians, George
Manning, W. A. Howarth, John Mat
hews; pianist, Miss Anna Gorman;
assistant pianist, Mrs Q C. Bowman.
Dnryea division. No 209, Sons of
Temperance, has installed the follow
ing officers: P. W. P.. Thomas H.
Ward; W. P., Owen Treleaven; W. A.,
Miss Jennie Stephenson; R. S. , Miss
Fannie ilk; A. R. S.. Miss Edith
Stephenson: F. S., David Williams;
treasnrer, Thomas Martin; chaplain,
Thomas Cnshing; condnctor, Arthur
Price; A. C, Miss Esther I 'a ton ; I. S ,
Miss Margaret Carey; O. S. John G.
A call has been ssned by the bor
ough Democratic committee and signed
by Patrick Sweeny, chairman, for the
holding of oauousos at the nsnal places
It Will Occur Today No Marks of Vio
Special to the Scrttntou. Tribune.
Jermyx, Pa., Jan. b The funaral of
Lafaylt Lowery, who whs found
deud in his wagon at the Scott toll
gate by Gatekeeper Daniel VanSickle,
will take place from the house at 1 p.
in. Tuesday. Interment will be in the
Lowerv cemetery at Orvis Comers.
Coroner Kelly visited Jermyn this
morning, and after investigation, do
cided that death was due to natur-il
causes and that no inquest would bs
On Saturday, Lowery. who had been
to Archbnld with a load of produce,
stopped at the Farmer's hotel for his
supner, leaving about 8.30 p. m. for
home. He had been suff iring from the
grip for some time, and it is supposed
it cause i weakness of tho heart, as no
marks of violence were found on the
body, and no bones wre broken. Low
ery was aged about 50 years, an I his
is the lust death iu a family of ten
In thousands of casos th cure of a cough
is the preventive of consumption. The
nurest cough modi' line iu tht world Is Dr
Wood's Norway Pino Syrup. Sold by all
dealers on a guarantee of satisfaction.
LEVIED AN ILLEGAL TAX.
3rs Winter Gloves and
Finest Line of Slippers
Ever Shown in FMttston.
Velvet, with Silk Embroidered Flowers, 44c. to $2.50.
O.P.& C. O. Shoe Co.
l il A . ... I
IM -I I.I- in BO DA VS. Clll't-X
Nt-rvuiii pletaies, Kiiiiintt Ktaiory
l'ui-t!lfl. Hli-v-i.lt---iii-.i-' M.-litlv Kllih-
lona, M.,oahisq n past absjes,sives vlserandslse
to htimiilo-ii oi-KRiif , nnl qiilekly tint tnirrly rufltoren
Munhnml in -.lil ,.r'"ilinr. lMiy carried In vc.it
pocket. PrlcnSI.AO npncknuc Six for o.OO With
pUtan eiiarnntcc l ,'iirc or mmiry i-i-fu illicit. Uun't
let any unprincipled arOSaw asll you nnii MM cl
Onitrifloti. Inhit on havln- I Ml A 111 -non.-other, fl
he not got II. Wi "ill f.. ii. 1 It by mall upon receipt
ofprl'-e. rainplil'-l In nealeil envelope free. AiMrea
Orleiitul Meilleul Co , l'roiin., ( hlrinrn, HI., oroarnreDlH
SOLI) by Matthews Urns., Wholesale and Retail
prooflts, SCKANTON, I'A., and other Lead-
inK l -K-' '. ..
Ecklsy B. Coxa Beg-In Suit Against
Foster Township Collectors.
Wilke--Ba.urb, Jan 8 Ex Senator
Eckley U. Cose, of Drifton, buijan suit
today in equity nifaiust the supervisors
ami the tax collectors of B'oster town
ship. It is claimed by Mr. Coxe that
for the year 18!)li the valuation of his
property ns Hvl by the assessors
amounts to !jil09,!)GT; that in addition
to the general roud tax of 10 mills an
additional tax of 1 mill was levied,
Wbicd tax he claims was illegal.
The plaintiff therefore asks that an
injunction bo iftsnod restraining the
tax collectors from collecting the taxes
to health, every tired, ailing, nervous wo
man The medicine to bring her back is
Dr. Herco's Favorite Proscription. If she's
weak, run - down, and overworked, that
builds her up; if she Buffers from any of the
disl i l ining derangements and discuses that
afllict her box, it correct and cures.
Department of I'holouraphu, V. S. Artillery
School, Fortran Monroe, Va. I
Da. Pisiick: DearStr
My wife cannot apeak
too highly of your Fa
vorlto Prescription," It
buvlng completely cured
her of a serious womb
trouble of long standing,
l-lii- took five bottlos
ulloiretber, and she has
boi.io a large, healthy
child since. There bss
been no return of the
She only wishes every
poor, suffering woman
should know of tho In-
your " Favorite Preecrlik
tlon" would bo to them, sod thanks you,
Seiitlemen, from the hoi torn of her heart, for
.0 benefit she has received.
Yours very truly,
KDWAHD F. F. BAHOENT.
Esoosho t ths Hiohist Midici Authorities
a S IEMTnOL 1WHALER
iNtTAt.Kn will caro you. A
wonderful lionn to suiTcrnn
from folds. Sore Tin t ,
orn.VK Fr.VKK. Afrtt
immediate rrllf. Anernclont
rcnieilv. cioivenlenl. to eni-r
In peetSti resrlr to nso on Urt Indlcstnm of eohf.
olloiied lls lireii.i Pet mnnrnl fore.
Hallf faction riiarr.nteed or money rot unci rd. Price,
BO els. Trial free nt prncglsta, Id-u'luterrd mall,
60 i cam. B. D. CDSISIN, Dir., TbrM Kinrt, K. .1 , U. 8. 4.
MPNTIini Thn suroft. and ssfoat rnmedy for
men I nUL allsklntllsiases,Ketenia. Itch. Halt
IthPunvi'd rlores, ililrna, Cula. Wonderful rem
edv for PI I. KW. Irlre,CA rts. nt Drue-n a ss
SJSUor bl I" "II prepaiil. Address as alioTc. DnLlvl
MINIXO, BLASTlXtl ANU BPOBTIKG
Manufactured nt tho Wupwallopon Mills, l.u
aorne county Pa, and at WU
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
Oeuoral Agent for tho Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Seranton Pa.
Third National Hank Building.
IS THE EE ST. Get prices and
see the furnace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
PUYSH IAN- ,M M :t.;i -
I 1. (i. I-;. I KA N.I the 1 yo, -
1' Throat and Bar, fui Bproos street opiio-
flto enun boiie.
K. A. J. t-ONNKI.I.. oii,-e "ol Wnsbniiitiin
AflHS WORCESTER'S EUfDERQARTEN
11 and BehooL 412 Adams avenue, p.p..
rceeivod at all times, lull term will open
6- lelnlier I.
lit- v I -.
5 LATJBACH, Sui-ttou Deutiat, --io, 113
K. M. 8TBA PP offlcs I 1! Exchi
TOP PAYING RENT. OWN Yon:
m . Money t" loan nn easy monthly
laymen ts. B. N. uAJaLENDER, Dime Bank
HOI ELS AM" i i 1 I i:ANr-,
npHE WESTMINSTER, 217-219 Wyom ng
J nvo. Rooms bested with steaai ail nod
ern improvetnents. C M. Tiiujiah, Prop
j noe, iuuUiu.
For ua lo I v MutUi'-ws UruH. ami Moruati broa
Removes Freeklen, Pimples,
Uvsr Molss, Blsokhuids,
Sunburn and Ttn, and re
storcn tho skin to its origi
nal Ire.-! Hi- .., I '"duciiie, a
clonr and btallhy com
plexion. Fuperlor to all loco
nrepntatloim and perd ctly bnrmlefw. At all
drugBlsts, or mailed ior SDets. Bend fur Circular.
VIOLA SKIN 80AP I' 'Imply Incompn-ibl. m a
tkin navHas assssaM r,r SM IsttakJaS Utni a
rival fur llio 1.1. . r r. UMlaMl nurn r . . L dtliuaUM iu.ji
cMrf. At Ann Mi, Prloa 25 Canft.
G. C. BITTNER 4. CO., Toledo, O.
For salo by Mattbows Uros and M .r -r. Bro.
Sometimes needs a rsll
able monthly regulating
Arc prompt, aafn and certain In result. Tho genu-
Ipp In-. I '. ni' i never disappoint. Hunt uuynherc
1-'J0. foal Medicine Co , Clnvollwd. 0
Sold tsr JOHN H. PHXLPfl Pham,nii
corner Wyoiulnt uvonuje and Bpi ueo stroot
TIIOS. FORI). Plttat m. Pa.
JOHN Ii BMlTBASONiFlrmrattL Pa.
V.. W. IIL'I.LKIAN, W'llkvn-llarre, Pa.
A pent a fur tho itcpauuo Cboiuicul win
pnny'u llish Kxplusivea
avoini". cioner Si-ni.-o stn.-t. nv-T
Krancko'a drtiL' Muro. Bostdenoe, i'J2 Vine at
Offleebonrsi lO.Jn U 1- a. tn. nuil 2 to4 und
.;) to T.ilU n. m. bui.dav, 2 lo ;l p. ni.
Ii. W E. ALLEN, OSioe cor. Lack
w.-iima und Waalinictou avos oviO Leon-
srd shoe store; office hoars, into Its. in. and
Sto 4 p, ni.; evenings ut ratridenos, ui-N.
Fitl-.Y. I'lneti.n limned to i-'it-esses
of tho Kye. Ear, N'uao and Throat;
oOice, 12 Wyumiug uvo. ltuiidonos, j2J Vino
Rat - f asdnable,
P. Zieot.GK, Proprietor.
W. a. aval NCK. M-infr.
Bixtoonth ftreot, "no hlck . nat of liruauwuy.
at Union Bonare, Mew York.
Arnerlcan plan, S I per daj and apwajrd.
TtOYNE HOUSE. European plan: zoo i
V riKinis. Own day uud n;tfh Bar (-ui-plied
with tbu best.
; tr. rovxF. Proprietor
OCR ANTON HOUSE, near i).. L A . pa
O sewer depot Conducted on tho European
plan, Victor Kncir. Proprieti
( HA:- i i ENTl! AI fho uu-gei and i il
Vf equipped hotel 1st Allesitown, Pa. i rates
t2 and 92.0U per day.
VfCTOH f. V rvrr, Pv( prietnr.
DELAWARE AND HLI
Commendug Jiuv H&.19U,
Will I-11II ;i . toll.-UVS!
leave Bridge street
i!k-- liai-re. otcS'ld.
I 'fi9 :n. .2 1 1.
p & 1 :. ,. .'
f-,Sr i ' ''' 11.85 p. in.
f. For New YorkandPhQa
delphia, S.00 a.m.,18.10, 1.2
K.SB. 4 in and 11.30 p. ni
pi r Honesdale tirom Pt-lawaro.I.acl:rter.irns
fuel Weatorn depot), 7.0ft .! iu.lua.in., I2.iAI
ti... " it, ;, m p. m.
For Rarbondale and lntermoJIato stations,
640,7.00, ItO, 10.10 a.m., 12.00m., 2.17, a2& 6.1
8,20 and 8.S5 p. in.; from Bridge Btrset Depot,
t.U1 m.. T.,i and 11JH p. fib
I . express to Albany, Baratogs, tho Adi
rondack Monstain . B stonand Ne England
potntt, B.40 a. 111.. srriving nt Albany UL4&
r; tratoga 2L20 p. m., and leasing Bcranton at j
p. m.. arnying at Albany at .vW p. tu., Bars
t-1 12.59 :i! in . nod Boston T.'O a- ia.
Tin- only direct route lietwr-u the cut
Belds snd Boston. "1 be Loading Tourists'
Ron tool Amrioa" to tho Adirondack Moan
tain resorts, Lakes Ueori;o and Champlaiu,
Montri ai. etc.
'j-.ii -1 ihles showing V-e.-il and throuifh trala
anrvlcel ' dations on aU dlriaiona Dahv
ware and Hndso syatem may he obtained at
ail Dolawarean . Hudson tioket offlees,
p (.. Mi! no. J. V. BUBDIOK,
Second Vice President lion. Pa. Agt
DH. L.M. uates. no Washington Avenue.
Ollleo hours, 8 to U a.m., UO to 3 and (
to 8 p.m.
ItHi.s L WEN 1., 1 1 . Office and i
I Commonwealth building: resldenos -H
Jladiaotiiivo; ollleo hnuri. 1J io 12, 2 in I, 7 to
It Bendays 8.80 to . evenings at rssidense, A
speelalty'inado ,.t' ili-oiis-H of tlio eye, ear, noao
and throat nod gyn ecology.
li. 0. 1). .Alt Hit AY, specialty made on .lia-
eaaes of eve and nkin.212 wi.-uiiiic Avo.
office hoarsi Until 10 a.nu.8 to 4 sad 7 to I p.m.
Its. DK.KINU. 82UM1 LBEKRV HTKEEf.
At Carbon dole on Ft iihnw of each wean.
AND DEALEIiS IN
Atlantic Lend and French .Inn
l'ure Linseed OIL
Turpentine and Vurnlsliea
Beadjrmlted Paints in ail colors,
I'll I - V, lilli. mill K illumine,
UIP Vitrei, Marblo
Oiiht and W indow Class
Coal of tho ttost onallty fur domestic uao,nnd
of all alee, deliverud In any part of tuo city
at lowest price.
Order left at my oflVo,
NO. 11H, WTOSUKQ AVBXCB,
Rear room, first floor. Third National Bnnk,
orsont by mail or tcleplioao to tho mine, wdl
receive nronint attention.
Spuclal oonlrnets will lio niado for tho salo
and delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
VETERINARY st Kt.KoNs
BTUB8H, Veterinary Burgeon, in-
livery, Il2il i)x St.,
T. leplii.n No. II .
Coiieae. once, Bummers
near holler m carriage abop.
.W is .v HOUpT, Arcbltects. Rooms 21
and 'JH Commonweaito n ni j. ranion.
L. WALTER, Architect,
Cis tag. WfominB avenne. Hcrani
1,. RHOWN. Arch B. Archltec
building. ISS Washington Ave.,"
M l sl I I A M ol s,
1 ioktoN" dT' Vw ah re '' holesalb
I I lumber; t- and Dim-) Lank building
Bcranton. Piu r
ItAKOAROBE BROTHERS PKINTER8
1M Mipnl.cs. envelopes, pao.ir hags, twine,
Warehouse, ico Wasolngfou live, Bcranton,
"ilAUER'B ORCHESTRA --MUBIO FOB
J) balls, ntenios, parties, n ptipns, wod-
dings and onncert work furnished. PoT terms
address R, J. Baser, oonduotor, nr Wyoming
avc over Hiilburt'a music store.
TXELAWARE LACKAWANNA AXD
i WESTERN RAILROAD,
Tra ns leave Scrantou as fellows: Express
for New York aud all points East, 1.50, 3JS0,
6.15 - ') I nd B.50 . in.; 155 aud 8.00 p. m.
Express lor Easton. Trenton. Philadelphia
and tbi S nth. 5.15, t.Ul and Vl.oda. m.; 12.55
and : ..Vl p, i::.
Wt ton ind way stations r.40 p. m.
Tob b una aceommodatiott, 410 p. m,
j XT tv - for Binghamton, OWrgo, ElnlrlL
Coining, Bath, I snsvOle, Mount Morris and
' :::.i!u. l- to. :',13 a. m. and i.-.t p. m.. making
; t-onnirtions at liuffalo to id', points iu
ti v ithwest and Bonthwest,
Bufiuli omnia lation, 8.00 a. m.
11 nghi mton and w sj stations, 12 81 p. ra.
NicUol on andway sutione, 5.45p. m.
P. n .nam ton and i hnira Litpre-s. I'M p. m.
i xpres lor i ortland, Byracnse, Oswego,
Ctics and Ritehflald Bprlngs, tits. m. sod
Ithac .. '.18 an 1 8.00 a. m, an! 1.21 p. m.
i-hnmber' .nd i'.ttHtou,Wllkes-Bsrre,
Plymouth, o iuu burg snd DsnTflle, makim;
os n ctioasal Northumberland for WlP
ii ,i i rrisbnrg, Baltimore, Washington
. .I rthnnth rianl and intormediata stations
l .i". D.Wa, in. SBd 1.30 and 0.07 n, m.
NanncoiM aim intsraediste stations,
and 11.20 ,m, Plymonth and intermediate
ttatli " 8 60 and 8 :M p.m.
I nil i an pai-lnr and lUeping coaches on all
rxpr -ii trains.
: or detailed Wormatinn.ponfH UmetsblSS,
etc.. apply toll, I mith. city ticket offioa,
82d Lsebiawsnna avenne, or depot ticket oriico.
J M. C. BANCeTs Law "and Colh-ctlon of
I . rice. No. .117 Bprucn st., opposite Forest
Bonse, Bcranton, Pa,; collections s speclalw
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable OorrSSpODO1
ents in every connty. i
IEhSL'l S & II A. ,1), Attorneys and I'ounsel-1oi-k
at Lew, Commonwealth bslidlng,
Waahiualon avo. W. H.J ksi p.
linn tOS B. il iNn.
W. H. -Ikskiip. .T II.
ilTauD. VVAltUI-.N KNAPP, Attor
neys and Counselors nt Law, Hepublioau
Imildinif, Vi'asliiniitonave.. Seranton. Pa.
MAT'TEH'mi.S 'ii WiU'O-V Attorii-yi aud
I OoUUSI Uors at Law; ulhoosO and s Library
buildiug, Boruntuu, Pa.
RpSWSUl II. PATTBItlOSJ.
W 1 i.i.i A M A. WlXOOX
A LFREmlXNuTNV 1LLI AM J. BAND, At-
J torneys and donnsslfors, Ocsnmonwaaltn
imildlng. Hooin l.-'O.an.'ijjt;
'Ka.nk T. oh.. I.E. Attorneys Law Uumu
'.UA i- i.-..n .v sons, builder ami contrac
tors, jnrds: Corner t 'live -t. a no anMUS
eve.; corner Ash at. and I'cnn live., t-. i antou.
("S h. CLARK to., Beadsmen, I its
T, and Nurseryinen: store 146 SI hip .; in
avenue; r.-. n bon i.-.l W No. Ui Ma. a avenue;
store telepl one IK
(ill AN 1' I N ION '. : : '..
WIKK m itKt
1l. K '
ran ton, Ps-,
u" Lsefcswsnna svenni
lanufT of wire Screens.
V II J.....1 l.-v.,l,
Mil TON W, LOWR
C. II VON BTORCH.
i ranton. Pa.
I ,a .V.
ci AM EE
Ion nv., I".
AMES W. OAKI OKO. Allorn.'v
rooins Ut. TI and 06, Commonwealth big.
, w. BDUaR, Attorney at Utts
in Bprneest-i Boranton, Pa.
A. WATR&a, Attorney at Law, CJ
Lackawanna auc. hi ranton. Pa.
J-P. SMITH. t'oUllMllor a! l aw. Office,
. rooms 84, 66, "l Commonwealth build In
monwesitb blinding, Boranton
at Law, Loin-
C. COMEUYS, 381 Spruce st.
nB. BEPLOQLE, Attorney Loans ntgo
t Haled on real eststa security. 40S Bprnoe.
F. KILLAM, Altornev iit-Eaw,
XI written ami sokuowledired by J. W
BROW NINO. Attamsy and .Notary Public, 8V
I'oiinn. in wealth Ituil iin;.
AVI', Mil li IMd'HS Acti) MOBTOAfJEB
H'UOOL OF THE LACK A WAN .VA, Kcisn-
or buHinoHs: tborouirbly trains Miuuit . mi ,u-a
ton. Pa., prepares boys and c'rls foreoUegS
Cstaloguo ut request.
Bkv. TnnviAs M. CAv,
Walt Kit II. IU i:i.u
, Robinson's Sons'
Itwntsetarsts ot tho Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Por Annum,
VW TORS, ONTABIO AND WESTEIIN
iN l,a. head. Seranton Division, 'timetable
in riTiM-i Nov in. 1888,
Inn lea' Seranton for Cnrhondale:
i , . S.bU 11. Hi a.m.. i.-Vi. ti.U. p.m.
lor Banco k junction and main ,un-e'ions
ll.it" n. m. SJO p.m.
1 rains leave Hancock .Tuncthn for main
l.n o nnei tlon tor Seranton: 6.00 a, BU 8.0s
, n-. leave Carbondile for Bcranton ".24
Gei- -. .1 Passenger Agent, New Vnrk
District Passenger Agent, seranton.
SOMINQ VALLJCV HAIL.-
- leave Boranton for New Tors: and in
ternn diet - points "ii tin' Erie ami Hnwley atid
local points at S8S, B.4S a. in. and ;!.'.' I p. m.
l'iam-i 1o-iv.hu at IM.i am. iind -i u in.
are through trc.ns to and from Houesiiain.
Traiu - leave for Wilkos-Barreat t.W a. m. aui
.i. 1 1 p. m
1 RON T,
B R I C K
Best in the market
BrandtClay Product Co
OFFICE: BiiiKhamton. N.Y.
IV. L'OliY: lirandc. Pa.
C m obtnln ft-H-'uloi,
fill I !ut itlilifin EtiOto
-in I.rKK l AI.M.V, 01 ICRI.Y ntl I KH.M A-
.. lsY ant ii forrai of nervowsnirbiuir. ut
n unliJOif, iinl Itioicn, ittrnphy. phr ulettl vrrftkriMM,