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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, JANUABY 13, 1894.
(Tue Scranton Tribune's Pittston office. No. 8 South Main street, is in
charge of W. E. Tooke and J. M. Fany, to whom complaints and news items
may be referred by any subscriber. J ' ,
WAS HE POISONED?
Case That the Authorities Could Inveitl
gate with Profit.
Genaro Lepre, an Italian, died very
suddenly at his hoarding house at 219
Salem street, West Pittston, one week
ago today under circumstances that
savor very much of suspicion. As he
was a foreigner without friends in
these parts he was buried and nothing
more thought of the case. Strange as
were the circumstances of his death, it
remains for The Tribune to make them
public for the first time. In doing so
it is with the hope that the authorities
will make an investigation and set at
rest the suspicions that have arisen
since Lepre died. As is wel) known
the customs and manners of the class
of people to which Lepre belonged are
entirely foreigu to Americans, making
it therefore very hard to iearn any
thing eonctfniug their doings,
On the day of Lcpre's deatn, Satur
day, Jan. 0, he worked, as was his cus
torn, until noon. He was a robust fel
low, agod about 113 years, and the pic
ture of health. During tbe morning
hours he whs in excel. out spirits and
showed no sign of illness. In fact, it
is alleged he was particularly jolly in
his own way, and the announcement of
bis suddon death a few hours later
created a big surprise to his . fellow
workmen upon learning the news.
When the mine whistle blw 'or 12
o'clock Lepre seized his dinner pail an I
partook with Beaming relish of its
scantv contents. Immediately after he
was taken suddenly ill and requested
to be given water, wnjch he drank in
copious draughts. He was promptly
taken to his boarding house. Dr. Mo
Fad den was summoned and arrived
about 8 o'clock. Upon entering the
house and asking for Lepre, he was
pointea out to him sitting on a ohair
with his feet in the oven of the kitchen
stove and a heavy ulster coat about his
shoulders. The doctor addresied him,
only to find, upon failing to receive an
answer, that he was dead. When the
inmates of the house were questioned by
the doctor regarding the circumstances
of Lspre's death they stated all tuny
knew regarding hlin was he die'l from
drinking water. Doctor McFadden
thinking the cirenmstances warranted
an investigation ordered the under
taker not to embalm the corps and
telephoned Deputy Coroner Perkins
but for some unknown cause the latter,
either from not receiving the message
or through utter indifference, failed to
put in an appearance.
SCHOOL BOARD MATTERS.
A Britf But Interesting Session Was
Hsld Last Evening.
The school board met in regular ses
sion in the high school building last
evening. Every member was present.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved. The several
teachers presented their reports for
the month of December and orders
were drawn on the treasurer for their
The following bills were presented
and ordered paid: John T. Flannery.
insurance, $520; F. P. Casper, printing,
$1.50; Williams & McAnnlty, supplies.
$4 98; Educational Book company,
$3.29. Tbe bill of R. J. Hallock & Co.,
for $432, flagging and curbing, was
held pending an inspection and accept
ance of the work. The treasurer was
ordered to pay Mr. Hal look $350 on
account, tbe balance to be withheld
On motion, Secretary Hinei was in
structed to advertise for bids for an
iron fence to be erected around tbe
Junction school. The building com
mittee was instructed to have the
high school building properly wired
in order to have it comply with the
terms of tbe insurance policy.
After a brief discussion of matters
of a desultory nature, an adjournment
was taken for two weeks.
OUR SHOP GIRLS
cation in this vicinity. They endeav
ored to effect an entrance into Mrs. W.
Y. Thomss' residence, corner of Exeter
and Washington streets, Friday morn
ing, but were scared away before com
mit ting any depredation.
The large 24 inch water main of the
Spring Brook Water company, whleh
crosses Main street at a point above J.
E. Patterson's planing mill, burst
Thursday. A large force of men are at
work repairing the break.
The ladies interested In the ap
proaching fair and festival of the Eagle
Hose company met Thursday evening
and organized by electing the follow
ing officers: President, Mrs. E. Fried
man (temporary); vice president, Mrs.
Annie Hustle; secretary. Miss Olive
Smith; treasurer, Mr. William Qaiun.
Another meeting will bs held on nest
Tuesday evening, to further arrange
ments for tbe fair.
Weather prophets who have besn
predicting a change in the weather "by
the 15th" were about right for once in
their calculations yesterday. It came a
little in advance of the fifteenth and
with a vengeance. All day yesterday
housekeepers were kept busy keeping
np fires, while outsiders wore anything
hut comfortable. As night wore on a
heavy snow storm set in, covering the
frozen gronnd with a white mantle in
a very few minutes,
The funeral of Miss Margaret Brnnn,
who died at her home in Exeter
Thursday afternoon, will occur tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock. Funeral
services at at. Johns church. Inter
ment in Market street ceui tTy.
The week of prayer is being observed
by the two churches on Welsh Hill. At
the Fir.it Congregational church last
evening the service was conducted by
the Christian Eudeavor society.
An interesting meeting on behalf of
Home mission was held In the Broad
Street Presbyterian church last even
ing. The servic was under the charge
of the Sunday school, and all members
of the school and a large number beside
were present. Thre was a meeting of
class No, 15 at the close of the service.
Richard Bremen is suffering from a
severely sprained leg, sustained by slip
ping on ice in his yard Thursday after
noon. The injury is painful, but is
not considered v.:ry serious.
George B. Reap of William street is
lying critically ill at bis home with
the grip, His condition yesterday
was very critical.
The Carrie Louis company delighted
a large audienee at Music Hall last
evening with the laughable comedy
farce "U -le Susan." Tonight they
will cone . their week's engagement
with "Fnnchon the Cricket."
The Ladies' Aid society oi the West
Side Methodist church have elected
the following officers: President, Miss
Margaret Cool; vice president. Mrs.
Joseph Langfonl ; secretary. Mrs. W.
ti. Jackson ; treasurer, Mrs. 13. D. Be-
yea, ihs society passed a vote of
thanks to Judge Cool for a gift of sil
verware, and to Joseph Langford for
Slocum council, 271, Junior Order
United American Mechanics, has
elected the following officers for six
months: C. Alfred Siglin; V. G, Frank
Siglin; A. R, S, Elmer Williams, R.
Charles Crowell; t. H., Ernest
Stites; treasurer, Josiab Siglin; war
den, Frank Williams; oonductor, Wil
liam Lusinger; O. S. Henry Burkhart;
I. , George A. Mayo.
Tbe annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Springbrook Water
company was held at tbe company s
office at Moosic, at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, when tbe following directors
were elected: Dr. L. Shoemaker, Hon.
L. A. Watres, Hon. L. Amerman,
George Nesbiit. The following offi
cera were re-elected: President, Dr.
L. Shoemaker; secretary, L A Watres;
treasurer, Abram Nesbitt.
Not Easy to Smile and Be Pleasant from
8 Till S Nerrods Fatigue from Trying
to riease Everybody The Remedy.
"And it's O, to bo a slave
Along with tho barbarous Turk;
Whore women have neier a soul to save,
If this be Christian work."
"It is fearfully trying to nerves and
brain," said a young woman in one of
Scran ton's stores yesterday, "this being
forced to look pleasant all day long
when one is ready to drop with fatigue
and vexation. "
There are thousands of such tired,
overworked women behind shop
counters and in offices, Nothing so
quickly brings nervous irritability and
exhaustion and robs tbe body of its
elasticity and health as trying to smile
and humor the countless peculiarities
of the throng of buyers.
In addition to the real fatigue from
long hours is added this nervous fatigue
which is still more wearing.
If statistics prove anything they
show how surely Paine's celery com
pound recruits the nervous energy of
just such weak and overtaxed women.
Headaches cease; the tired, anxious
expression leaves the face; neuralgia,
a sure sign of ill -fed nerves, vanishes,
and white cheeks, white lips, white
blood, gradually gain the color of
health if Paine's oelery compound is
taken with reasonable regularity.
From the first taking M celery com
pound a feeling of hope and encour
agement comes over the invalid. This
is the universal testimony of thousands.
Paine's celery compound sends new
pure blood to the heirt nnd takes away
the weary feeling that comes from de
bility. The costliest condition for a man or
woman in any station in life is that of
weakness and disease. Paine's celery
componnn permanently cures every
kind of nervous disease. It quickly
furnishes new material to the wornout
nervons system The forms that ner
vous diseases wge art legion: Dyspep
sia, Sleeplessness, headaches, neuralgia,
heart trouble, rheumatism, depression
and nervous prostration. Paiue's -el
ery compound goes to the root of the
trouble: It creates a now appetite and
prepares the digeslive organs t o build
np a strong, healthy body.
Strange bo v people shut their eyes
to tbe plainest facts and live at ease in
the midst of evident danger. Scrofula,
eczema, jaundice, scalf and skin dis
eases show hb plain as sunlight a viti
ated state of the blood. Paine's celery
compound soon eliminates every trace
of impurity from the blood.
Sound, lasting health, with its atten
dant happiness, surely comes froia
Paiue's celery compound.
None are too old to be helped by
Paine's celery compound; none are too
young to bo benefited.
Celery compound is the great mod
ern remedy for stomach, heart liver and
kidneys. It makes pure, vigorous
blood and quiet, healthy nerves. Try it.
LITTLE HOPE OF RECOVERY.
Consulting Pbveicans Probe for Bullet,
but Fail to Locate It.
Thursday afternoon a consultation
of tbe hospital physicians wis held in
the case of Halt, the colored man who
was shot Tuesday by Havard. There
was present Drs. Hartman, Underwood,
Bevan, McFadden, Birrett and Walsh.
Drs. Walsh and Hartman probed for
the bullet, but failed to find any traoe
of it after reaching the rib. Tin phy
sicians are of tbe opinion the ball, in
ploughing its way, caused a splinter to
enter the lnng, thereby causing tbe
patient to expectorate blood.
After a thorongh investigation the
physicians decided tbe wounded man
had but a small chance of reoovery.
Dr. Walsh accordingly notified the
proper authorities that if they wished
an anti-mortem statement there was no
time to De lost.
Havard, the assassin, is still at large
and it is feared be will get out of tbe
cdlntry before the authorities are able
to apprehend him. He is known to be
a bad man, having been mixed up ia
several scrapes of a similar character
previous to locatin here.
NORTH MAIN STREET FIRE,
A Pile of Burning Logs Oreatsi Much
Exci ement for a Time.
Soon after 6 o'clock last evening an
alarm of fire was turned in from box
No. 85, located at the corner of Main
nnd Lambert streets. At first it was
thought the rear of Toubill'i foundry
was afire and much actirltv was man
ifested in consequence. Suoh proved
not to be tbe case, tbe blaze being
nothing more than a pile of railroad
ties that lay on tbe canal bed tracks of
the Lehigh Valley railroad and wbieh
nad in some unaccountable manner
The fire companies responded beautl
fully, they being on the scene in a
shorter spaoe of time than it takes to
relate it, Luckily, however, their ser
vices wis not needed.
LIVE PITTSTON LOCALS.
Some of the Minor Happenings of
A union Sunday school offering is
to be made for the hospital on Sunday,
Jan. 21, in the various Sunday schools
of both sides of the river. Envelopes
will De distributed in the scho.li mak
ing this bffir tomorrow. The amount
given to be enclosed in the envelope
and banded in on the following Son-
day. Nearly all of the schools, in both
East and West Pittston. have signified
tbelr willingness to make this offering.
Tbe money ruined will bs paid to W.
L. Watson, treasurer of tbe hospital
Burglars are again plying their vo-
Having suffered tram DyJ
pepeia for three years, I deJ
eided to try BckdoOK BLOOD
R firms and after using one
bottle I found myself so tauc
better that I was encouraged
to one another: after taking:
this I find myself so tuty y rej
stored that I do ot seed any
more medicine, feehng truly
grateful to B. B. B.
Mr. Q. White,
Taberg.Oneida Co., W.T.
The Strike Over
E. Robinson's Sons'
Manufacturers of tbe Celebrated
100,000 Bbk Per Annum,
Coal of the best quality for domestic use,and
of all sizes, delivered in any part of tbe city
at lowest price.
Orders loft at my office.
NO. U, WYOMING AVEKI7E,
Rear room, first floor. Third National Bank,
or sent by mall or telephone to the mine, will
receivo prompt attontlon.
Special contracts will bo madofor a sale
and duhvery of Buckwheat Coal
WM. T. SMITE
COMMENCING MONDAY EYENING, JAN. 15.
PITTSTON CASES TO BE TRIED.
Monday Jan. 29, Edmund Uff nlskey,
selling on Sunday, D. J. Gallagher,
H riday, feu. a, (J. W. Hosenkrance,
involuntary manslaughter, two counts,
Mrs. Thomas Rowen and Andrew
Quinn, pros. ; Patrick Jordan, Jataes
Alangan, Thomas Walsh, J.lward
Keating, jr., Martin Barrett, election
fraud, Thomas Mitchell, proi.
A CHANCE to huv fit vnur nwn nnnp
y . j r
Hardware, Saws, Hammers, Tinware
Lamps, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, Fancy
and Other Goods.
Sign Red Flag.
VARIOUS TAYLOR TOPICS.
Tbe News of One Day Portrayed In
Special to the Scranton TVibaae.
Taylor, Pa., Jan. 12. J. F. Tnbbs
baa received tbe appointment of bor
ough clerk in place of John Evans, re
signed. Bbep Snow has been appoint
ed chief of fire department.
The cantata of the Welsh Congre
gational cbnrch. which was to be
given Tnesdny night, has been post
poned nntil Jan. 23.
Charles E. Button will lecture and
give an entertainment to-night in
Weber's rink on tbe "World's Foir."
WORKING ON HALF TIME.
Collieries at Forest City Are Not as Ac
tive as Usual.
flpeciat fo the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Pa, Jan. 13. The Hill
side Coal and iron company's collieries
in this place are idle today and will
also be idle tomorrow, having worked
four three quarter days, which is the
same as half time.
Heretofore this place has always beon
noted for tbe steadiness with which
tbe mine worked until tbis winter,
which is very severe with many fam
THE SMALLER, THE BETTER
II you can only
be sure that a
mall pill will do
you as much
food. Dr. Pierce's
are smaller than
any others, sugar
coated, easier to
take and easier in
the way thoy act
and yet they really do you more good.
Their reHned and concentrated vegetable
extracts act upon the liver in a natural
way that lusts. They have a peculiar
strengthening offect on the intestines. They
not only relieve, but permanently cure.
In every liver, stomach, and bowel disor
derConstipation, Biliousness, Indigestion,
Windy Eructations. " Risings of Food," Sick
or Bilious Headaches, Sour Stomach they're
guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your
money m rotuniou.
PIERCE a" CURE
OR HONEY RETURNED.
FYom the X V. Tribune, t'ov. 1, D9S.
"Chicago, Oct. 31. Fhe first oilioial
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on flour has been made. A
medal has been awarded by the
World's Fair judgej to the flour manu
factured by tbe Washburn, Crosby Co ,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills
Minneapolis. The committee reports
tbe flour strong and pure, and entitles
it to rank as first-class patent flour for
family and bakers' use." I
And other seasonable artioles were tied up on the road and delivered to us now
These must be sold every article is marked with its lowest selling prioa ia
plain figures. We will deduct an extra
Gash Discount of 20 Per Cent.
Thus offering a grand variety of fine presents at prices invariably leas than
cost of transportation or manufacture.
Cash is king you hear all sing,
Fine Holiday Goods are just the thing.
This lot comprises Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Shav
ing Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Select
Indian Baskets, Albums, Eta
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. They contain hundreds of dollars worth of fine wares, such
as Quilts, Bed Spreads, Silk Umbrellas, Curtains, Linens and many other use
ful select artioles. These constitute our
List of of Rare Bargains
Every article is a preent to you if yon patronize the Pioneer Establishment of
warranted goods and low prices, A. B, BROWN'S BEE HIVE.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
(JBITRHi RftMOAD OF & J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insuring
cleanliness and comfort
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT CEC.21, 1193.
Train loavo Scranton for Pittston, Wilkes
f.aArrfvetS A."1,1?'1"' U ;M 12.30, 2.00,
!Ii3&if5 P' m- a.m
For Atluntlc City, 8.10 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.10
(express) a.ni., 12.30 (oxptosa with Buffet
parlor car), 3 30 (expretej p. m. Sunday, 2.00
For MAocn CnuNK, Aixentowm.Bethle
Si'iJ!' t-) and P'uladeupiiia, 8.10 a. in..
12.J) 3.30, 4.25 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2 00 p. m.
For Lo.no BiiAwrn, Ocean Qhove, etc., at
8.10a. in., 12.30 p. m.
For Read 1lt. I ... I m 11. in dn.l 1 1 .. . .. 11... .... .. 1
Allentown, 8.10 a. m.. 12.30. i .25 n.m. Hun'duv.
2.10 d. m
ror rottaville, 8.10 a
ra;, 12.30 p m.
We will and can show you a larger stock than any other concern in this
section. Reup .'Diner, we are MAKERS;, the ordinary factory garment has no
room in our Cloak Dpartmnt an 1 as to prices, we invite comparison with
any concern in the laud and know we are the cheapest
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE
33 N, Main; 8, 10, 12 and 14 William St
l'HYSK 1ANS AND BtTROBOMft
DK O. JO. DEAN, Diseases of the Eye, Nose
Tin wit and Kar, 604 Spruco street, oppo
site court house.
DR. A. J. t-ON NELL, Office 201 Waahinirton
avenue, corner Spruce street, over
Franoko'a drup store. Residence, IB Vine at
Office bom 10.30 to 12 a. no. and 2 to i and
11.30 to 7.30 p. m. Sunday, 2 to 3 p. m.
DR. YV K. ALLEN, ! Office "cor. Udta.
wanna and Washington aves. ; over Leon
ard shoe store; office hours. 10 to 12 a. m. and
3 to 4 p. m.; eveninKS at residence, 512 N.
DR. C L. FREY, Practice limited to Dis
eases of tho Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat;
office. 122 Wyoming avo. Residence, 528 Vine
DK. L. W. GATES, 140 Washington Avenue.
Office hours, 8 to 0 am., 1.30 to 3 and 7
to 8 p.m.
JOHN L. WENTZ, M. D.,
J Commonwealth building
T K. Q.
Offices 52 and 51
: residence 711
Madison live: otfioo hours. 10 to 12. 2 to i. 7 to
8; Sundays 2.80 to 4, evenings at residence. A
specialty made of diseases of the eye, ear, nose
and throat . "neoology.
D. u ;RAY, specialty made on dis
eases ' . and skin. 212 w voining Ave.
Office hours: il 10 a in.. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m.
MKS DR.KING. 320 MULBERRY BTBBBT.
At Carbondalc on Fridays of each week.
r.T STL HUE. Veterinary
i j . tistry a specialty, cold medalist of On-
ge. umce. summer j
Keller's carriage shop.
tario Veterinary Collei
livery. 320 Dix St.. near
Telephone No. 4Kt.
T M. (3. RANCH'S Law and Collection of
J . Uce, No. 817 Spruce st., opposite Forest
House, Scranton, Pa,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
eatj in every county.
E83UPS & HAND, Attorneys and
I lors at i.aw,
W. H. JEBSCP,
Horace E. Hand.
W. H. Jkbsup, Jb.
riLI.ARD, WARREN KN'APP, Attor
VV neysand Counselors at Law, Republican
building, Washington ave.. Boranton. Pa.
IJATTERSON & WILCOX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law; offices 0 and 8 Library
building, Scranton, Pa.
ROSWELT, H. PATTBRSOK
William A. Wilcox.
DAVIS HOCPT, Architect. Booms 24,
25 and 20 Commonweajth 0 Id g. S.-ranv r
L. WALTER, Architect, Library build-
ing, Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
U L. BROWN, Arch B. Architect, Price
1 bnilding.126 WaRlilngton Ave., Scranton.
JORTON D. SWART8- WHOLESA LE
I J lumber, 8 and V Dime bank building,
VfEGAROEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
1V1 supplies, envelopes, papor bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington are., Scranton,
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and oonoort work furnished. For terms
address It. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulbert's music storo.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Liberty
f 'SnJVSn r,ver- at 8,44 Oppress) a. m
1.10, 1.30, 4.30 (express with Buffet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. in.
Leave Philadelphia. Heading Terminal, S.40
a. m., 2.00 and 4.SJ p. m. Sunday. 0 .37 a. m.
l nrough tickets to nil points at lowest rate
may be had on application in advance to the
BgUIll at uo staticn.
H. P. BALDWIN,
H. OLHOU8EN, -' Agent.
JEHIGS VALLEY RAILROAD.
j, v t.a,T9 SorfaX?B fr Philadelphia and
n ,and 11,15 K' ,m, vla D- L- W. R. R., 8.08
11. , 0 a. a., and 1.30, 3.50 p. m,
Leave Si:rntj,n f,.,. UJ... j ttT.i,
R. R., a08, 11.20a. in,
Barro via D., L & W
1.30, aft). 0.07. 0.38 n m
Leave Serantmi fnr Whit, n rr -i . .. .
iottSMlle and all p ,mu on the Bmm
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via D. & EL
R. R. at 8 a.m., 12 10, 2 .38, 4 10 n m t a D T.
f w. r. r.hos, fo7mZinjS2t h'
Leave Scranton for Bothlebom. Easton.
Reading Harrisburg and all intermediate
points via D. & H. R. R 8 a.m., 12. 10, 1 as na
p.in.,via D., L. & W. R. U.,8.08. 11.20 a. m., 1.30
L.Lt'a,N Scranton for Tunkhannock, Towanda,
no, ,t, ueuevu ami an invermouults
points via D. & H. R. !'... US and LUG p. in.,
via D. L, A W. R. R 9.50 a m., 1.30 p. m
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo. Ni
agara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all points
west vlaD. & H. R. R. 1 25.iV 15,11 85 p. m.. via
O. L. & W. H. R. and Pittston Junction (t 30
a. m. for Buffalo only;, 1.30 0.38 p. in., via E A
W. R. R 4. in p. m.
For Elniira and the west via Salamanca, via
D. A H. R. R atC.15p. m.. viaD., L. & W P.
By 0, St.;0 a. m. and 0.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor ud sleeping or L. V. chair
car on all trains between L. & B. Junction or
Jillces-Barro and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge
ROLLIN H. WILBCR. Gen. Supt- East Dlv.
. .,V?A?;5,Ji.KEl Gu"- Pass A''. pl'la -Pa-A.W
N ONKEH A0HER, Aat't O-n.Pass. Ag t.
South Bethlehem, Pa.
EZRA FINN & SONS, builders and contrac
tors. Yards: Corner Olive at and Adams
ave. : corner Ash st. and Penn ave., Scranton
CLARK & CO.. Seedsmen. Florists
and Nurserymen; store 148 Washington
avenue; green house,ia isorth Main avenue;
store telephone 782.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
WIRE Sf REKNS.
fOS. KUETTEL, 5i5 Lackawanna avenue,
I Scranton, Pa., manuf'r of Wire Screens.
IS THE BEST. Get prices aad
see tbe furnace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, 'Appello and Gauze Door
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
torney and Counsellors. Commonwealth
building. Rooms 19. 20 and 21.
TT'RANK T. OKU.L, Attorney at Law. Room
V 5. Coal Exchange, Scranton. Pa.
MILTON W. LOWRY, l-Att'ys,
C. H. VON STORCH, I ton av..
TAMES W. OAKFORD. Attorney
tl rooms 63. 64 and Ki, Commonwealth b i'g.
QAMUSL W. EDOaR, Attorney at Law.
Office, 317 Spruce st, Scranton. Pa.
C. H. square.
A. WATRES, Attorney at Law,
Lackawanna sue.. Scranton. Pa.
P. SMITH. Counsellor at Law. Office,
rooms 54, 65, 50 Commonwealth building.
H. PITCHER, Attorney at Law,
monwi S'tn building. Scranton, Pa.
C. COMEGYS, 321 Spruce st.
( SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
Tbe above brands of flour can be had at any of tbe following merebanta,
who will acnept The Tribune flour coupon Of 25 on each one hundred pounds
of flour or 60 on each barrel of flour.
'II8S WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
1T1 and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupils
fieranton F. P. Price, Washington avonue,
Gold Medal Brand.
Hyde Par k-eCarson & Davit, Washburn St
Gold Medal Brand; Jeeepn A. Mears.Maln
avenue. Suporlntive Brand.
Green Ridge-A.L.Sponcer.Oold Medal Brand.
Dunmore F. P. Price. Gold Modal Brand.
Olyphant Jamee Jordan, Superlative Brand.
Dunmore-F. D Manloy Superlative 3rand.
Provldenco Fenner Chapjiell N Main ave
nue, Superlative hrand;C. J. Gillespie, W.
Market ttre. t, Gold Medal Brand.
Pcckvllle-Shaffor & Keiser, Superlative
Jermyn C, I). Winters ft Co. Superalatlve
Carbondale-B. S. Clark, Gold Modal Brand.
Honesdale-J. N, Foster St Co. Gold Medal
nonesdale W.P Schenck, Superlative Brand
Lalton-S. E. Finn ft Son, Gold Modal Brand
Gouldsboro-B A. Adams. Gold Medal Brand
Tobyhanua Toliyhanna ft Lehigh Luinbe
Co., Gold Medal Brand.
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1 tAL MKIiK'INK CO
v For sale by JOHN H.
PHELPS, Pharmacfet. cor. Wyoming Ave. and Bpruio St,
DB. REPLOGLE, Attorney-Loans nego-
tlated on real estate security. 408 Spruco.
P. KILL AM, Attoruv at Law. 120 Wy
oming avenue, Scranton.
AVE YOUR" DEEDS AND MOHTUAOKS
written and aoknow leilged by J. W.
BROWNING. Attorney and Notary
SCHOOL OF TUB LACKAWANNA, Scran
ton, Pa , prepares boys and girla for collogs
or business: thoroughly trains young children
Catalogue at Request.
Rav. Thomas M. Cans,
Waltrh H. Hi l m
received at all times.
Fall Una will open
CC. LATJBACH, Surgeon Dentist, No, lit
. Wyoming ave.
R. M. HT RATION, office Coal Exchange.
CTOP PAYING RENT. OWN YOUR
O home. Money to loan on naar monthly
laymenta. S. N. CALLENDER, Dime Bank
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopon Mills, Lu
zerne county Pa and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming Dlstriot,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank B.illdlng.
THOS. FORD, Pittston, P.
JOHN B SMITH ftON; Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Barro. Pa.
Agents for the Kepauuo Chemical Com
pany's High Explosives.
HOTI.I.S AND It KST A 17 Ft A NTS.
' lEGLER'S HOTEL, aV
lj uue, Scranton.
HE WESTMINSTER, 217219 Wyoming
avo. Rooms heated with steam: all mod
rrn improvements. C. M. Tin m in iVop.
P. ZlEQt.ER, Proprietor.
W. G. SCHENCK, Manager.
'ItrUUTAllNSTER HO IEL.
Sixteenth street, one block east of
at Uulon Batiare. Now York.
American ilan, JO 60 per day and upward
'OYNE HOUSE, Europosn plan; 'good
rooms. Umii dav and night. Bar sun.
plied with the bcBt.
P. H. COYNE, Proprietor,
CCRANTON HOUSE, near D U ft W. paa
O aenger depot. Conducted on the European
plan VicTon Korn, Proprietor.
ND CENTRAL. The large and boat
no ppo l hotel in Allentown, Pa.; ratal
J per dny.
Ton D. Barner, Proprietor.
MOOSIC POWDER CO
Rooms 1 and I CommorA'saltti Bld'g
MINING nd BLASTING
Made at tbe MO03IO mid RUSH
Lafflin & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electrie Batteries, Fusoi for explod
ing blasts. Safety Fuse and
RepauooChemical Co.'s High Explosives
l it DELAWARE AND II UD
l Ji j SON RAILROAD.
'if0 I Commencing May , 1898,
trains will run as follows:
WWjZ I I Trains lenvu Bi iilgo Street
M AthJ Ir tut 'on' fronton, for Pitts
W JwTiCbM ton, Wilkes-Barre.ete., n.00,
mm Tmn it. 1042.1. m.. 12.10.
l,2fi, 2,:iS, 4.16. 5.16, 0.15, tf.la
ana u. m p. m,
For New York and Pbila
delohia. a 00 a. m. 12.10 : . "L
2 38. 4.10 and I1J0& m.
Tor Honesdale i from Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot i, 7.00, 8.30, 10. 10 n.m., 12,00
m.. 2 17, 5 10 p. m.
For Carlondalo and Intermediate stations.
5.40. 7 00. .:. 10.10a. m . 12.00m ,2.17, 8.15,6.111,
8.20anltt6p m : from trldge btroet Depot.
2.UI a. m., 2. Wand 11 H p. m.
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga, the Adl
n ndack Mountains, Bct mutid New England
points. 5.40 a. m., arrivin,' at Albany 12.45.
parstoga 2.20 p. m., and leaving Scranton at 8
p. m.. arriving at Albany at 150 p. in. , Sara
toga. LUI a. m , and B o . 7.00 a. m
The only direct route between the coal fields
and Boston "Tho Loading Tourists' Route
of America'' to tho Adirondack Mountain re
sorts. Lakes George and Chainplain, Montreal,
Time tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson syHtem, may be obtained at
all Dclawure and Hudson ticket offices.
H. O. YOUNG. J. W. BURDICK,
Second Vice President. Gen. Pass. Agt.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for New York nnd all points East. 1.50. 2.50.
5.15, 8.0ii and 0.50 a. in. ; 12 65 and 3.50 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadelphia
and the South, 5.15, 8.00 and 9.50 a. in.; 12.55
and 3.50 p m.
Washington and way stations, 2.40 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation. 0.10 p. m.
Expr ss for Binghamton. Oswego. Elmlra,
Corning. Bath. Dansville, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10. 215 a.m. and 1.24 p. m making
lose confections at Buffalo to all points in the
West. Northwest and Southwest.
Buffalo accommodation. 9.00 a. in.
Binghaniton and way stations. 12.17 n. m.
Nicholson and wav stations. 5.45 p. til.
Binghaniton and Elniira Express. 0 05 p, m.
Express for Cortland. Syracuse, Oswego,
Utica and Richfield Springs, 2.15 a m. and 1.24
Ithaca. 2.15 nnd ti.ifl a. m. and 1.24 p. m.
For Northumberland. Pittston, Wiikes-Barre,
Plymouth. BloomsLurg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Williamsort, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wash
ington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate stations,
0.0(1. V.50 a. in. anil 1.JI0 af d 6.07 p. m.
Nanticoke and intermediate stations. 8.08
and 11.211 11. in Plymouth and intermediate
stations, 3.6" aud V.3f p. in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
For detailed Information, pocket tim- tables,
etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket office,
Lackawannaavenue, or depot ticket office.
New york. Ontario and we-.tf.rn
Railroad, Scranton Division. Time table
In effort Nov. 19, MS,
Trains h ave Scranton for Carbondale:
6.50, 8.30, 11.05 a. in., 4.50. a. In p. m.
For Hancock Junction and main connections
11.06 a.m., 8.10 p. m.
Trains leavo BttMOOh Junction for main
line connection for Scrnnton, 0 00 a.m., 2.05
Trains leave Carbondalo for Scranton 7.24,
0.45 a.m., 1.10, 3.34, 0.15 pm.
J. C. ANDERSON,
Oeneral Passenger Agent, New York.
District Passenger Agent, Scranton.
WYOMING VALLEY RAIL-
17 HIE AND
Train leavo Scrnnton for New York and in
termediate points on the Erio and Hawlev nnd
local points at 0 35. 9.46 a. in. and 3.24 p m.
Train leaving at U.45 a. m. and 324 p. in.
are through trains to and from Hones 1 ale.
Trains loavo for Wilkes-BarTuat 6 40 a. in. and
8.41 p. m.
AND DEALERS IN
Atlantlo Lead and French Zlne,
Pure Llnared nil.
Turpentine and Varnishes.
Ready-mixed Paints In all colors,
Glldert' M lilting.
Paris White and Ralsomlne,
Oil- Vltrol, Marble
Dust and Window Glass
European Plan. First-class Bar attached.
Depot for Berguer A Eugel'a Tannhuiuter
I. E, Cor. Mil and Filbert Ms,, Ptiilada.
Most desirable for residents of N.E. Penn
aylvania All conveniences for traTolers
to and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Street station. D
lirable for visiting Sorautonlaus and pen
I le in the An tbraolte Region.
T. J. VICTORY.