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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1894.
LIVE NEWS OF
Events of the Upper End of Luzerne County
ARE HELD IN BAIL FOR LARCENY
Frank Valecci and Frank Machette,
Italians, Arraigned Before Squire
Gibbons and Then Transferred to
the County Tribunal -Seventh Ward
Democrats Hold a Lively Caucus.
Butcher Lewis' House Slightly Dam
aged by Fire -Miscellaneous News.
The BORAlROa Titiiu nk's Pittston de
partment is iii charge of J. M. Kahy, to
whom news items uuil complaints amy bo
'Squire Gibbons' office the scene
of an interesting larceny oaso Saturday
evening Ferdinand Incutti, who con
ducts a boarding doom on Booth Main
street, was the prosecutor llechsrge'l
Frank Valecci with the robbery of $100
anil Implicated Frank Machette ami
Stephen Leon as accomplices. Attor
ney (.'. Frank Boliau appeared conn
eel for Incutti and Attorneys Otwle
Bohan, M. N. Donnelly and Klias
Cohen, of Wilkas-Uirre, represented
Incutti testifi-d Valecci boarded with
him up to a few daye ao when he un
ceremoniously left. Incutti discovered
when Valeeei disappeared the loss of
$100 which he alleged he had stored
away in a trunk for a rainv day. Upon
investigation he found Valecoi had
given Machelle and Leon $50 of the
To these statements th defen latit
plead "not guilty" and claimed it was
u job concocted by Incutti to abstract
money fro.ru them Tn o was full
of interest throughout and created
much amusement tor the lirge number
of epectutors preeeut. Tbe 'tqaire,
after liiteuiuK to the testimony, de
cided to hold thedefeuJente iu the sum
of 100 bail each for their appearance
LIVELY DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS.
VoUre of the Seventh Ward Me: and
In pursuance of a nail by the vigil
anee committee, the Democratic voters
of the Seventh ward hel I a ward cau
cus at the Ele hotel Saturday uveu
Ing to place in nomination ward 00
cers to be voted for mt the coining; Feb
ruary election. The meeting wis called
to order at 3 o'clock by M. W. M irris,
chairman of the Yitrl . committee.
The election of a permanent chairman
and secretary was the first business,
and resulted in the selection of G-orgj
Hasadorn and Joseph M. Fahy, re
pectively. Mr. Hajadorn, after calling atten
tion to the purpose of the call, stated
nominations for councilman, school di
rector, assessor, register assessor, judge
of election and inspector of election
were in .order The usual formalities
governing urinations, resulted in the
nomination of the following persons:
Councilman. Ueorge B. Reap.
School director, Al. W Morris.
Assessor. George M, Hugiuiom.
Register assessor, (ieorge V. Hagadorn.
Juilgs of election, A. B. Brown.
Inspector of election, (ieorge 97. Buss.
Mr. Hagadorn wasquite adverse to
being named for the two offices, but as
tbe duties pertaining to both are simi
lar, tbe caucus insisted, whereupon
Mr. Hagadorn gracefully acquiesced.
The meeting, having no other business,
adjonrped sine die.
THE HOSPITAL BENEFIT.
All Congregations Will Unite In Making
Offerings to That Institution.
Tbe Catholic, as well as the Protest
ant Sunday schools of Pittstou an I
West Pittston, are to join in the union
offering for the hospital on Sunday,
January Si While the hospital is par
tially supported by the state appropri
ation there is need of additional con
tributions from the people of the town
for its efficient maintenance. This
hospital, open as it is to any poor un
fortunate individual ovsrtakn by ac
cident, is one of the few charities upoi
which all people of whatever nams,
race or denomination may unite.
The schools in whicn the offering will
probably be mads are as follows: Tne
Methodist, E ist and West Bid; the
Presbyterian, Eist and West Side; the
Congregational, Eist ami West Side;
the Episcopalian, Eist and West Side;
the Catholic schools at North Pittston.
Pittston, and at Inkerman, the Dnryea
Snnday school, tbe Milanie chapel and
tne Sloenm Chapol Sunday schools and
BucVlnn's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for Cuts
Brnisee, Horns, Ulcers, Halt Khnum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to ivo perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price M cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
SATURDAY NIGHT FIRE.
Osorge Lewis' House Has a Narrow Ei-
oate from Destruction.
About H.30 o'clock Satnrd iy evnning
an alarm of fire was turned in from
box No. 73, located at the corner of
Parke street ami Lnztrne avenue, West
Pittston. The losntion of the fire was
found to be the frame dwelling houso
of Ueorge Lewis, the butcher on Lu
The alarm was answered promptly
by the fire companies wh ise.timely ar
rival, succeeded in extinguishing the
fire before it got much hoadway. Tbe
loss Is fully covered by insurance.
Quinsy troubled tm for twenty years
Since I started using Dr.Tboma' Ecleetric
Oil, have not had an attack. The oil cures
sore throat at once. Mrs. Letts Conrad
Htaudisb, Mich., Oct. 21, 1888.
NEWS NOTES IN PARAGRAPHS.
A Orlstof Interesting Looal Event! Told
There was a difference in tempera
ture of 21) degrees yesterday compared
The personal effects of the late
Thorns Stem will bs sold tomorrow at
Shafts 8, 10 and 14. Old Forge and
Ewen, will be idle today and until fur
''Will the Hspublicans of the borough
place a tisket in the field?" is the ques
tion beard on all sides. Rumor says
they will, and as a result much uneasi
ness is felt by the supporters of" the
Citizen's movement. The concensus of
opinion differs greatly regarding the
wisdom of eucb a move. Many say it
would be unwise, while the Republi
cans who are not disposed to let their
party become extinct, locally speaking,
are decidedly in favor of naming a
ticket. What the Repnblieai borough
committee propose to do, at this time
is hard to foretell.
During these bard times it would be
well to bear iu mind the familiar
quotation of Franklin: "Beware of
little exponsss; a small leak will sink
a great ship,"
Joe Hitohner will tickle the risibil
ities of Laoeyville people next Satur
day evening with his latest lecture,
"Zigzag Tales." The lecture will be
under the auspices oi' the baptist
Our neighboring borough, West
Pittston, does nut lack for political
timber in the selection of a burgess, as
my be seen from the following list
of gentlemen, who, it ih alleged, are
not adverse to being houored with the
nomination of burgess. II. Q Dewey,
Joseph Langford, ex,-Burgess Hrun
ton, L. K. Drake and Harry Coward.
Bff the time for holding the primaries
rolls around several mure names are
expected to be added to the above
Lewis Morrison, who appears at Mu
slo hall this evouing in "Faust," will
be greeted with a reception seldom, if
ever, accorded an actor, prices consid
ered, that has visited here. There are
but a few seats remaining unsold and
the probabilities are they will be sold
before the curtain rolls up.
The citlieu of the See.iud ward, ir
respective of party affiliations, held a
caucus in the school building Saturday
evening mid nominated the following
persons to be voted for at the coming
clod ion Councilman, James Ryan;
school director, T. J. O'Brien; judge
of elcctiou, Thomas SV. O'Brien; in
spector of election, W. C. Walburu.
The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Itorrity,
of Port Griffith, occurred Saturday
morning at 11 o'clock. The remains
were conveyed to St. John's CatnoUe
church, where a mas of requiem was
sung, Rev. Fathor Kelly officiating.
Interment was made in Market street
The tuueral of the late Patrick Price
took place from his homo on Mill street
at 8.80 o'clock Satnrdav morning. A
IMM of requiem w is sung at St. John's
ohnroh, Rey. Father Ur ere Officiating,
interment was made in Market street
cemetery. The pall-bearers wre:
Michael Kelley, IVt-r Heap, Johu
Ojrdou. William Dougherty, Authutiy
Newcomb aud John Newcomt).
The Ministerial union of Pittston and
vicinity will meet iu the Young Meu's
Christian eisooiaftoa rooms this after
noon at 2 30 o'clock. The committee
to prepare a scheme of orgauiz ition
will make its report at this time. There
are in Pittstou and parts adj icent more
thau twenty five ministers of the Chris
tian religion. All these, of whatsoever
nationality or denomination, are in
vited to attend this meeting and to
participate in the social anl literary
advantages of the union. The officers
elected last Monday are: He v. J. H.
Brittain, president, 'aud Rev. E. H.
A Thankless Man.
He Was one of those uieu with a pleiise-tread-on-the
tail-of-uiy-coat expression, and
as he plunged across Woodward avenue he
would have been run over by an electric
car if a more peaceable und bigger citizen
bad not seen his danger and pulled him
"Take your hands off my coat collar, sir!
How dare you stop me like that?"' and he
squirmed around, striking oat wildly.
"Hold on, man! Want to get run over,
thnt you're so brash? If it hadn't been for
me, you'd have gone under those wheels, so
"I'll thank you to mind your own busi
ness! I know where I am going. I had
plenty of time to cross," sputtered the
"And I say you had not. I measured the
distance with my eye, and you couldn't
have done it."
"I'll thank you to keep your distance,
sir. I insist upon it, there was no danger.
You took a most unwarrantable liberty
with nic, sir; that's what."
"Did, hey?" cried the stranger, catching
him up again by tho coat collar, which he
hail just released. "Now, here's another
electric car coming it is just about when
the other was over you go, if you don't
ask my pardon in a jiffy for not lc-tt iug you
get killed. Quick! Say the word."
"I I I much obliged, I'm sure, sir,"
as tbe other made a motion to throw him.
"You've saved my life now" as the cat
went by "if you ever dare"
But ha waa given lifeuh.it landed him
on the opposite sidewalk, and ns he stoix
there shaking with rage the big citizen
walknl off laughing over his lirst attempt
us a Ufa saver. Detroit Free Press.
The Origin of a famous Motto.
The following account of the origin of a
well know n motto for a timepiece, whc-Uiei
true or false, is worth recording Somt
years ago a new clock was made to bt
placed in the Temple- hall. When finished,
the clockmaker was desired to wait on the
bencben of tho temple, who would think
of a suitable motto to put under the flock.
He applied several times, but without, get
ting the desired Information, aa they had
not determined on the inscription. Contin
uing to importune them, he at, last camt
when the old benclnrs were met in the
Temple ball and had just sat down to din
ner. The workman again requested to be in
formed of the motto. One of tho benchers,
who thought the application ill timed and
who was fonder of eating and drinking
than Inventing original mottoes, testily re
plied, "Go alsuit your business." The me
chanic, taking this for an answer to hit
question, went home and inserted at th
bottom of the clock, "Go about your bus!
Hess," and placed it on the Temple hall, U
the great surprise of the benchers, whe
upon considering tho circumstance agreed
that accident had produced a better motk
than they OOUld think of, aud ever sinoettH
Temple clock has continued to remind the
lawyers and tho public to go about thc.ii
i it. o Bar nViseir.
There was a certnin actress w hose charms
and vivacity had long been proverbial.
"Father." said a young man with enthu
siasm, "she !s an nngel mid I love her!"
He was speaking of the lady, whose iinme
wu have not given, and he added, "fltopl
Not a word! I beltevi her to be an nngel.
I adore her, nml I won't allow you to
breat he a syllable against her."
"Certainly not," said the father, "cer
tainly not. Why, I ndored her myself
when I waa your age."- London Tit-Bits.
Mrs. It. Christopher, darling, I never
ran remember whether "soda water" is
written as one word or two joined together
by a syphon. Boston Budget.
Criticising a Ynuna Lady.
"Sho would bo a pretty girl for but ono
"What's tliatr asked Charloy.
George Her face is always eovored with
purple and red blotches.
Charley Oh, that's easily onough dls
nosed of. Used to be the same way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble ouo
day, and got rid of It in no time.
Ueorge What was it?
( barley Simply blood eruptions. Took
n abort course of P. P. P. I toll yon, it's
ihe boss blood corrector. The governor
had rheumatism eo bad that you could
hear him holler clear across the country
every time he movod. He tried it, and
you know what an atbletie old gent he is
now. If somebody would give Mise Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them after
wards. All the drug stores sell it.
Ancestors of tbe Ancients.
The -figures of the goda in ancient Egypt
were represented on the monuments foi
ages In animal organisation o( the local pop
ulation run on totem lines. Eacheity had
different beast gods, in the royal genealo-
gies beasts are named as ancestors, showing
that tbe early Eg ptlana actually considered
themselves descendants of animals. Thi
primitive element iu the early (i reek reli
gtonhaa been preserved In the 'aacredohap
ters," fragments of Which have been given
us by Herodotus, Pauaanlai and others
proving that the oldest images of the Ore
clan gods were represented iu animal forms,
and that the different royal houses claimed
descent from iiiiiiuuls,JiM do the Savages ot
America and Australia. Popular Science
"How long can a man live without nir?"
"It. depends on tho air. Forever if
I's 'Tii-ru-i ti Boom de-ay.' "- Kate Field's
LIKE A THIEF IN THE NIGHT,
Consumption comes. A alight cold, with
your system iu the scrofulous condition
that's caused by impure blood, is enough to
fasten it upon you, Consumption is I.ung
Svrofulu. You can prevent it, and you can
cure it, if you haven't waited too long, with
lr. Tierce's Qolden Mednid Discovery.
Kor Scrofula, Weak I.ungs, Hronchitis,
Asthma, and all severe, lingering Coughs
PlXftGI BngWHttsai : ('una.
llefore taking the
" Discovery " I would
have four or tlve bad
coughing apella every
day and Would cough
up moutlifuls of solid
white troth, uini before
I took one bottle it
stopped it. l could not
wulk across the room
with (he puin Iu my
buck ami sides; but soon
the pain huh all gone,
anil I could sleep well nt
niffnt, my general
in nit h is ii m il better
since taken the "fieidcn
edloal Discovery" al
though 1 huve been
Obliged to work bard on a farm.
Mrs. JOHN LINCOLN.
Olen Annan, Iiikhi Co., Oat.
w Mm taoi Bfi
ItKftl .Mill AMU TUIM
WEAK MEN Y0UR ATTIMTION
Ureut t-.iiKli.-li Kuuiudy,
Gray's Specific Medicine
IF YOU SUFFER from Ner-
i asjJM sawaisn VOUH l-
I'llitv, Vmknt'HH nf Body and Mind, Sporiuii
loiTUPA, and linpotciicy, uini all dimmmtH that
ililf from ovm- uiduluenco mid wlf abunv, uu
Lohh of Mt'inory und l'owor, 1 nm.u-- t Vin
ton, I'l-i'iiiitturo old Au and many other di
BMM that MM to ItiKitinty or i yiimiinptioii
uini linearly gravo, writ" for u imtuptdot.
Addrim UllAY MI' DH'INK 00,, liufTnlo,
N. Y. Tho hpt-ciflu Mcdiciuu in sold by all
rtniKirinU at $ por packap, or Hix packau''H
lor ..! 'M ly mail on iwofpt or mony.and
with every WW order Wr. GUARANTEE
a curt' ur nn'iicy rffinnl'l aa-sss is ,
C V'Hn account of roiiutnrl'oitrt wo have
Hdoptfd tho Yrllow Wrappor, tho only (HJU-iii-'.
bold in Srranton bv AlutthtWH i i .. ,
Ooul nf Dim best qunltty for domsalla UHu.mul
of nit slziie, il.-l i in uur part u( the city
ut luweNt price.
Oriitu-s left at my otflee.
NO. IIK, WVOHINO AVENUB,
Rear room, first floor, Third National Bank,
or Mi nt by mall or telephone 'u thu miuu, will
reeelTS prompt attsnnon.
Sl-eciul eon tracts will tie mndu for Uio salu
slid delivery of lluckwhuat CuaL
WM. T. SMITH.
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
COL'HT Ilot'HK KgtAIlt
All kinds of Laundry work guaranteed
i- " .l- "mm
ft urn fas X V. Triftime, Xav. 1, IMS.
"CiiiCAdo, Oct 31. Fhe first oflloial
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on Hour has been made. A
medal has been awarded by the
World's Fair judge to the Hour manu
faclured by tho Washburn, Crosby Co ,
iu the trjat Waehburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the flour strong and pure, and entitles
it to rank as first-class patent flour for
family aud bakers' use."
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brand? of flour can be had at any of the following merchants
who will accept Tmk Tkihlne flour coupon ot 80 on each one huudrod rounds
of flour or 00 on each barrel of flour.
fcrnntnn-F. P. Prieo, Washington avenue,
ttolil Mmlttl Hranil.
Hyde Park Carson A Davis, Wa-hburn St.
(Mil Meilal Brand; Ji-xeph A. Mears.Maiu
avenne, Superlative Hranil.
Srean Ridge A LSpetaeer.Qold Medal Brand,
Dunmore F. I' l'rii-.i. (b.lil Mwlal Hrand.
Olypbant jams Jordan, superlative Brand.
Dunmore-F, D Itantsy Baperlatlve llraiid.
Provldonee Fenner & Ch.ippell N' Main ave
nue, Siyierlativo lirand;(. .1 Oillespio, W.
Markot street, Uuld Medal Brand.
Peckville-Shaffer & Reiser, Superlative
Jermyn -C, I). Winters & Co. Superalatlvo
Qtf Hon dale R S. Clark, (Inid Medal Brand.
Honesdiii,, - .1 N. l uster ii Co, Uuld Medal
Hontldale W.P. Bohenek, Superlative Brand
Dal ton & E. Finn & Son. Hold Medal Brand
Uouldaboro-K A. Adams, Hold Medal Brand
robyhanna Tol.vh.inna & Lehigh Luinbo
Co., Uuld Medal Brand.
1 PUZZLE, i
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable us a Souvenir of the Fair.
QUITE i:sv RTHKN YOU KNW now
800 IN PRIZKH WItiL BR DI8TRIDC THI TO Tllosi; DOING Till'
PUZZLE IN THE sin K Tl si BPAOR C TlMB.
I'Olt HA liK ItV Ml- SBW8 COM I A N I Km HI I 1 1 ) Kits AND AT TOY
O ANY ADDDI.ss II'ON IIBOUIPT
Hioitls, on SENT
ltl( I , .!.-. CKNT8,
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
112 AND iu BOUTH r.HTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, BOX
lil.l ' 'ill. AN1 Al l i l; I INi I.
iSBl.J,i7J"W, w'" !"" T" "pin wepk flol with WRITTEN
k -1 AKAN V. I. ! i urn N t . nj I1- I i i , I . I i ... ...
MtslaaUrylaMoMwamsayesMtc if nKiori), uch iteskiss Issa t!
Bvloi.. mil Alit lalug. ,,,') . rSSiOl '"' T ' '"r y Wl"1 I
For sale by JOHN EL l'IIELI'3, l'Laruiacist, cor. Wyoming Avo. aud Spruce St
Scran ton, Pa.
. V r ai , iv t
The Strike Over
And other seasonable articles wore tied up on the road and delivered to us. now
These must be sold every article is marked with it lowest selling prioj In
plain flifuris. We will deduct an extra
Cash Discount of 20 Per Cent.
Thus offering a grand variety of fine present at price invariably less than
cost of transportation or manufacture.
Cash is king you hear all sing,
Fine Holiday Goods arc just tho thing.
This lot comprises Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Shav
ing Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Select
Indian Baskets, Albums, Eta
Kuch article ll a piese of art, ornamental and useful.
Our nnnox is located on William street, next to our Millinery Department.
Hoe the windows. They contain hundreds of dollars worth of Hue fraroa, such
as Outlts, Bed Spreads, Silk Umbrellas, Curtains, Linens and many other u
ful select articles. These constitute our
List of of Rare Bargains
Every article is a present to you if you patronize tho I'ioneor Establishment of
warranted goods and low prices, A. li. BROWN'S BEI3 HIVE.
We will andean show you a larger ftock than auy other concern in this
section. Hem. m her. we are MAKER8; the ordinary factory garment has no
room in our Cloak Department and 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 SL
PHY8K IANs AM) gUKOKONg,
DR. Q. E. DEAN. Diseases of theEyo, Nun
Throat ami liar, UH tiprucu street, oppo-
mU court liuusi-.
Dli. A. J. tUNNEU., Otli.o ail Washington
avenue, roinor Spruce ftrot, ovor
hranvku'sdrui; atnro, Hesldenco, TS Vine st
Officii hour: 10.80 to U a. m. nnd S to 4 aud
u:H) t-i :M i in. Sunday. to .1 p m.
Dl!. W. K ALLEN, Office cor. Lcta.
wanna and Wimhlueton aves. : over Loon
nrd ah. t(lr.; office hours, 10 to 1J a. m. and
ato 4 p. m.j evt-uings ut residence, tU N.
Dli. ( L. i- iiEY, Pnicticriimttl to Dls
eaam of the Eye, Ear, Nose aud Throat;
i.fflcn, 112 Wyounugavo. Residence, iS Vine
lK. L at hates, 140 Washington Avenue,
1J dtllco hours, BtuU a.m.. l.!Jto o aud 7
to S p.m.
IOHN L. WBNTZ, If, p., OlBoes J and 41
Cominonwealth building: residenoo "ll
Madlaouave: offlco hours. 10 to 12, 1 to 4, T to
t ; Sundays 2.80 to 4. evenings at residence. A
specialty made of ilieas,- of tho eye, ear, nose
and thro:it and gynecology.
DH. U. U. MURRAY, Hpei-ialtv "made on dis
eaBea of eye and skin.'JL' Wyoming Ave.
Office hours: Until In u m J to 4 aiid? to H p in.
R8. UR KINo. 00 MULBERRY STREET.
At Carbondaj on Fridays of each woolt.
l rEKINABT 817BOEOM&
KSTL'KHE, Veterinary Surgeon. Pen
. tlstry a siocialty: gold medalist of On
tario Veterinary College. Office. Summer'
liverv. .'OI I'ix at., near Keller a carriage ahop.
T. l.-ph.,ne Xo, 4l:t
AVIS St HOLTTrArchitecti.' Rooms i
H Hnd ao Oommoa wealth b'id'g, Scranton.
? L. WALTER, Architect, Library bui.ii--i
Ing, Wyoming avenue. Scranton.
1 L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
building. 120 Washington Ave., Scranton.
M l I.I I N mi g.
HORTON U. SWAHTS-WHOLESALE
lumber, b aud V Dime Bank building,
EOABOEK BROTHERS, PRINTERS7
1VI Bupplies. envelojiea paper Imgs. twine.
Waruhuuae, 1J0 V. :, . are, Scrauton.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
hulls, picnic, parties, roceptions, wed
dings and eoticert work furnished. For term
address R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Huibert's music htore.
EZRA FINN & SONS, builders and contrac
tors. Yards: Corner Ohvo st. and Adams
aye ; corner Ash st. and Penn ave , Scranton
GR. CLARK 4 CO.. Scotsmen. Florists
i and Nurserymen; store 146 Washingt .n
avenue; green house.liijO North Main avenue;
atore telephone ttt
ORANU UN ION TEA Co., ,lo:i,-. Hi ,
WIRE B( RE I NS.
I.A u KEM,
T M C RANCH'S Law and Collection ot-
I . lice, No. 817 Spruce St., opposlto Forest
House, Brrnntun, Pa,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania, reliable corrosiHinu
cnts in every county.
IF.SSUJ'S & I! AN U, "Attorneyship "Counsel"
I lors "at Law, Cominonwealth building,
Washington ave. W. H. Jcsst p,
Bora ci f BAfA
w ii JaaauP. .tn-
tiriLLARD, WARRRM m KNAPP
11 noys i.ii.l Counselors at Law, Republican
building. WiiHhington ae.. Sci anion. Pa.
PATTERSON & "WILCOX, Attorneys and
1 Counsellors Rt Law; offices u aud S Library
building, bcruuton, Pa
ROSWIMi II PATTBIlsoe,
WILLIAM A. WILOoa
ALFRED II AND. WILLIAM. I HAND, At
torueya and Counsellors, Comuionwealtli
building Hoiiiih 11'. 20 and 21.
IMtANK T OKi-.LL, Attorney at Law. Room
I ."i. Coal Exrbange. Scranton. Pa.
MILTON W. I.OWRY, ( AtCys, 227 Washing
C. B. VON 8TORCH, l ton av C H square
I AMES W OAKFORD, Attorney at Law,
I roonin IVI, o4 and lTi, Com nion weal t h b'l'g.
QAMUBL W. BDUaB, Attorney at Law.
H office. IB Spruce st.. Scranton, Pa.
I A WAT RES, Attorney at Law, 421
J. Lnckav.anna aue.. Scranten. Pa.
Iji P. SMITH. Counsellor at Law. Office.
. rooms 54. ffl. W Cominoiiwealtli building
i R. PITCHER, Attornoy at Law. Com
' inonwea th bnllning. Scranton, I'a
l COMKOYK, 1121 Spruce st.
nil REPLOHLE. Attorney -Loans nego-
Hated on l eal rst.te security. 40a Spruce.
1 F. KILL AM, Attorney at Law, 11 Wy
l eming avenue, Scranton,
HAYF. VOf It DEEDS AND MORTOAHFS
written and ncltnowledged by J W.
BROWNINil. Attorney and Notary.lVbllc,
JOS. KCETTEL, 6i5 Lackawanna avenue,
Scranton, Pa., manut 'r of Wire Screena
IS THE BEST. Get prices ami
ice tbe furnace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
VJCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton, Pa . prepares boya and glrla for college
or biialness: Ihoroiighly tralus young children
Cataluguo at request.
Rev. Thomas M canx
Wai.tr a H. Hi-k u
I1HS WORCESTER'S K1NDF.RU ARTKN
ll and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupils
recolved at all tluioa. Full term will upeu
Dl N I I8TM,
' C LA UHACH, Surgeon Deutlat, No, IU
" . Wyoming ave.
R M. sTRATTiiX, ...-e r,.al Kx.-linng"
Tlmnreatn'meily for nervous prostration anil allnervouadlseases of
Hie Keiicrailvo orgnns of ellher mi. sneli as Nerious 1'roslratlcn, nit'
Ing or Iml Mammon., luipoieiicT, Mgluiy Knilsslons.Youlliriil Krrors.
i nirnini worry. ei sive nw'ot Tohai-co or opium , which lead to Con-
i iiisiiiiuf. i.iui every ! onler wo gle a wrlllcn gunr-
inteejojiBretirjyfund UM2,nioneyL Hold at ai.oo psrbox, Jxixea
For Bale by C, H. n Altuis, irugaft. 1 it Heim Avenue,
PAY1NU b'F.NI'. OWN YOUR
Mi'li'V to hiali on easy tnotitlilv
aviuellts. S. N. I'AI.I.r.Nlll'H. Dime llallk
HOI I I H WD REST l R I NTS
' I ' HR W I s r M I N STER, W iilT'Wyomlnf
I live Rooms heated with steam: all moiF
Fin Improvements. C M Tiil'MAB. Prop
yiKULER'8 hotel. W Lackawanna ave-
J uue, Scrantou. Rates reavonablo.
I, y.iiin i' it. Proprietor.
W. (). SCHLNCK. Manager.
Sixteenth street ono block east of Hroadway,
at Union Square, New York.
American plan, fllNl piT da) and upward.
10YNB HOUSE. European plan; 'good
' rooms. Open day and night. Bar sup
plied with the V. ,i
P. H. COYNE. Proprietor.
OCR ANTON HOUSE, near l, L W ias-
0 senger depot. Conduct, d on the European
plan. Virion Kocii, Proprietor.
1 iltAND CENTRAL. Th largest und best
M eqiilpped hotel in Allentowu, Pa.; ratal
12 aud 12.00 jper day.
YIOIOl D. Barneb, Proprietor.
MININO, BLASTING AND BPOBTIMQ
Slamifncturednt Ihe W.ipwallopon Mills, L'.l
xoruo county Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District,
nS Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank Building.
THOS FORD. Fittkton. Fa.
JOHN B SMITH SON; Plymouth. Ps.
E W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes Hal re. Pa.
Agents lor the Hi-puuuo Chemical Com
psny'a High Kxplosives.
MOOSiC POWDER C
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal iihod exclusively, insuring
CMaaUnaM and comfort.
ma tabu in arraa nncsi, 1803.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, WUksa.
J H ? "u: v't .l". ".15, 11.30 a. m., 12.30, 2.00,
uilUfno'.I.'m: P" "' .' '-.
For Ailantlc City, 8.10 n. m.
I' or New York, Newark and Ellubett), 8,10
WOftm) a. m 12.30 (express with Bullet
parlor ear;, J .10 (cxprewij p. ra. Sunday, 2.H0
roa UAvoH CncKa, Aixurowa, Bithi,
',' ' ,""- N""1 i'ii-Auti.pnu, 8.10 a. m..
Sun:iaylrp'ln,,:";U,'t l'" P- -
For Reading, Lebanon nnd Harrii-burg, via
210 p m'1'' "' "'"' li 3l' 5 W' v'u, Bu'lilk
For PottSTllU, S lOn. m., 2 :p. m.
"i-turnliiK. h ave New York, (out of Liberty
1 m"'i V' ,".,h nv""' at M i"Prta) a. m.,
I 1", I .SO, (express with Buffet parlor cai )
p. m Sunday, 4.3U a. m.
LoavePhiuulBbhla, Reading Terminal, P. 43
. m., ...01 and 4..H p. ns, Sunday, 6 27 a. in.
.Ji"!""r V"'1""'' ''.'"'" i'"ntut lowest rate
nay L., had on anpUeation In advBDO to tho
ticket agent at he ttation.
ii. r. BAIjUWIT.
J. H. OLHOUSEN-,
Gen. Pais. Agent.
LHIOa VALLEY RAILROAD.
-,TXRvl !'i,av''s ;s.' ra,'t" for Philadelphia and
r Hand n r '.'' U ",',t. .! ' " ! S
it ( . .. ' V v!u t . L- & W. R. R , SOD
H. 0 a m.. and 1,31), ;t ,V) v
BarrVvt n''a't'l vf,V J'lttston and Wilkes-
Poi5ol2S505ior MU ll"' n Haaleton,
v. , ' KS ;l" l"""tv "" the Beaver
Meadow and 1'otUv lie branehet, riaD
It. It. at S u.ni., 1110, 2 38, 4 10 u in , li
W. R. H..MSJ. J2.Wa.m..lT':ii,L'
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Kastun.
Heading. Ilurrisburg and all mtermedlate
point- v iu D. & H. R. It , am ,12 10, 2 IM
P.tn .via I) . L & W. B. R..S.08. ll.2lJa."S'lti
MO p m.
i Leave Berantoa for Tnn khan no k. Towaada.
timli a. Ithaoa. Geneva aud all intermediate
point-, via D. II R. R UH and lt.: p. m..
via I). L. & W R. B.. iM a m.. 1JU p. m.
l-ave Scranton for Rochester. Bnffslo, Ni
agara lulls, Detroit. Chicago and all points
west mil. A H. It. H. Js7.1S,UJI p. m . via
D. L. &W. H. R. and Pittetou Junction (Hot)
a. m. for Buffalo only;, 1.30 9 3S p. m , via E ts
v . It. It. 4.Io p. m.
i.F'.'rw lmil,l un,i Wf-8t vin Balamanea, Vla
ft At II R. it at.i5p. m., via D . L. ii W. K.
By 0. O. io a. m. and 0.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor ; ud sleeping or L. V. " hair
afS on ull trains between L. & B Junction or
Wi'k.- Ham- and Now York. Philadelphia,
Buffalo aud Beipsiitioa Bridge.
P.OLLIN H WlLhUR, Qen. Supt. East Dlv.
a ... i ..I.'.KK- I'a-s. Ag t. Phila .Pa.
A ! u I ACBBB, Aaet avu.Pass. Ag t.
South Bethlehem. Pa.
- - " yvnr a.u HUD-
LZ . SON RAILROAD.
i ommendng May 2!'. i"t2,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
Stitiou. Scrunton. for Pitts-
W jlYlfHt m '": wiigea-n
mum ut I'-" 12.10,
rem "-"i !
rtw r and 11.86 p. m.
n" For New York and Phila
delphia, s tiuu. m., 12-10, ;.25,
M8, 4.10 and 11.30 p. m.
For Honesdale (from Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot , 7 0J, 8.80, 10. IU a.m , 12 00
m.. 2 17. 6.10 p. m.
For Carboudal" and intermediate stations,
5.40. 7 00. 8.30. 10.10 a. m . I2.ni m ,2 17, .; 2r, in,
B.ai andO 3ri p. m.: from Bridge Btreet D, pot,
2.U3 a. m.. 2.17und II ;!5 p. m.
Fast express to Albjuv. Saratoga, the Adi-
rondsek at oun tains, l..t nand New England
point 5.40 a. m., arnvin; at Albany 12.Jj.
Saratoga ISO p. m , and loavinc Scranton at 3
p. m.. arriving at Albany at -..V p. in.. Sara
toga. 12 6i a. in . ai.ti B at on. 7 QO a. m.
The only direct route between the coal fields
and Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Route
of America" to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lakes George and Champlain, Montreal,
Time tables showing local nnd through train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware nnd Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware aud Hudson ticket offices.
H. W. YOUNG J. W. BURD1CK.
Second Vice President. Gen. Pass. Aft
-I ELAW I RE, LA CSA W A N N A
ESTERS RAJ R(iAl)
Trains leave ScranUn as follows- Brule
for New York aud all points Uast. 1.50. 2.50.
1 18, 8.00 and 0.60 a. m. : 12 (5 and 3.5H p. m.
Express for Easton. Trenton, Philadelphia
and ths South, 5.15, 8.00 and 8.80 a. m.; 12.53
and l 80 p m.
W aahington and way stations. 2.40 p. ro.
Tobyhanna accommodation. 0 111 p.m.
Expr ss for Binshamtoii. Oawego, Elmira,
Conung. Hath. Dansville. Mount Morris and
Buffalo. 12 10, 2 15 a. m. and 1.24 p. m.. making
close eonnection at Buffalo to all points in tho
West. Northwest and Southw.-s-.
Buffalo accommodation. H im a. m.
Bii.ghamton and way stations. 1J 17 p. m.
Niobolson mid wav stations. S ii p. m.
Bingbamtnn and Elmira Expios 8.08 p.m.
Express for CortUnd. Syracuse. Oswego,
Uttea aud Richfield Springs, 2.15 a. m. and 1.24
ltijaca. 215 and V.'t) a. m. and 1.21 p. m.
For Northumberland. Pittst m, U i;k,- Barre,
riviuouth. Bloomsburg and Dauv.lle. making
close oounections at Northumberland for
Williamsport. Harnsburg, Baltimore. Wash
ington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate stations,
6D0, MO a. m. and L8U and O07 p. ru.
Nsntlooke and intermediate stations. 8.09
and 11.20 a. m Plymouth aud intermed,alo
stations. BHVand t'.;ts p. in.
Pullman parlor nnd ulecping coaches on all
For detailed information, pocket tim I tables,
etc . apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket office,
3 Lackawannaavenue, or diiot ticket office.
VEW fOBK, ONTARIO AND WESTERN
i' BAilrpad, Scranton Division. Timetable
in effect Nov. pi. sw.
Trains h ave Scranton for Cirlsindale:
IBB, s.:kl. 11.05 a n.. 4."H In p. m.
Por Hancock Junction and main connections
11.05 a.m.. 0 M p. m.
Trains leave Battoook Junction for main
lino connection for Scrantou, OiM a m , 2.05
Trains leave c.irlioiidale for Scranton 7 24,
(VtS a.m., 1.10, :l.34, 6.16 n m.
J. C ANDERSON,
lien, ral Passenger Agent, New York.
District Passenger Agent, Scranto'i
Rooms 1 and I Commonwealth Bld'a
MINING and BLASTING
Made at tho MOOSIO ami It U SI I
LaflUn & Rontl Iyowder Co.'
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Retteries, Fusoi for exploJ
Ing blasts, Safety Fuse ami
RepaunoChemical Co.'s High Explosives
7RIK AND WYOMlMa VALLEY RAIL
I J ROAD.
Train leave Scranton for Neiv York and in
termediate points on th Erie and Ha lev and
local points at II W. 0 4o a. m. and 3.24 p in.
Train leavtnf at l'4" a. m. and 3 24 p. in.
are thronatl trains to and from Hones! ale.
Trains leave for W lkes liarreat 8 40 a. m. aud
3.41 p. in.
AND DEALERS IN
A tin n i ii lend und 1 rrrieli Zinc,
I'm Linseed oil.
Turpentine and urultlict
Itcaily-nilioil Palate in " colors,
Paris White ami Kalaomlntt
Oil Vitrei, Marble
Dust and U in do OlaH
European Flsu. Flrct-class Bar stt . el.
D. pot for Berguer M Engel'a Tannhieuwr
N. L Cor, 15th and Filbert Sts., Philada.
llnat desirable for residents of N.E. TennJ
fylvanla. All conveniences tor travelers
to aud from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Street station. De
ilrable for visiting Serantonlaus and te
lle iu tlio Anthracite Region.
T J. VICTORY,