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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1894.
LIVE NEWS OF
Events of the Upper End of Luzerne County
BADLY HURT IN THE MINES
Charles Short Severely Injured by a
Sudden Fall of Roof An Insurance
Company Brings Suit Who Is
Genera Sepal, of West Pittston.
Various Minor News Notes of Pass
TllK BOBARTOR Tuiiu-nk'h Pittston de
pr.rimeut is in chartfe of J- M. Fahy, to
whom uews items and complaints mv be
Charle9 Sbotz, a liiborer employed
in the Twin shaft, had a narrow escape
from death yesterday afternoon,
Ha was engaged at work in his cham
Ver when a mass of rook fell. In its
descent it broke his left leg aud lacer
ated the flesh.
The nnfortnnnte man was removed
to th hospital for treatment.
WHO IS GENERA SEPAL?
An Iutorestiujr Story Oolng tha Riunds
of the Press.
Mays the Wilkes-Barreeorrpspondnt
of the Hazleton Plain Speaker: Genera
Bfpal, an Italian, died saddtuly at his
home In West Pittston a few days ai0
under most suspicion. circumstances,
and a little investigation by hif
friends ha unraveled a story of
blighted love and bloodthirsty revenge.
Sepal, it appears, was a workman In
Naples, and while there met a jjirl
named Annie Villela, to Whom
he made love and wronged. Sepal 11 id
to America, and after a short time in
New York oamo on to this county. A
few days iifjo a strange woman arrived
at the mining village and inquired for
Sepal Friends of tiis pointed out his
boarding house, She inquired min
utely into his habits, where ho worked
and what hours he was on duty. She
than lett asking the landlady to keep
be? visit a secret.
Sepal went to work that night as
usual, taking his lunoh in a tin bucket.
At 4 o'clock in the morning he returned
deadly sick. lie explained that directly
after eating his lunch he began to suf
fer with severe pains in his utomach
and made his way home as best
he could. A physician was sent
for, but before he arrived the un
fortunate man was dead. The physician
said there was every symptom of poi
soning. Friends of the man now be
lieve that the woman watched him go
to work, followed and sseint? a favor
able opportunity when he was mtkiug
his ronuds, poisoned his food She hat
disappeared and cannot be found.
This etory is very ingenious and
would also be highly important, if it
were true. It is, however, merely a
Wilkes Barre "fake."
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
In their worst forms are cured by the
ise of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
uu down, or if you need a tonic to regain
lesli aud lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take P. P. P., and you will be strong and
healthy. For shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Polio
Hoot and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier in the world. For sale by all
OFFICERS ELECTED TO SERVE.
Soma Results of thi Recent Annual
At a meeting of the Pittston Progres
sive Savings association, held at their
rooms on William street, Monday
evening, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing term : Presi
dent, J. H. Mulkey; vice-president, It.
Hughes; secretary, E. Stark; treasurer,
P. McElhenny; directors, J. H. Mul
key, R. Hughes. F. P. Cosper, William
Williams, P. H Kelley and Thorn is
Bohan. The association numbers 260
members and has f 2. 370, 1!) in the sink
ing fond. Up to date, 159 certificates
have been paid and canoelled.
The following stewards were elected
at th Fonrth Quarterly conference of
the Broad Street Methodist Episcopal
church, held Monday evening: District
steward, Dr (i. Underwood; recording
steward, C. It. Oliver; William Mor
rison, J. A. Lewis, J. B. McDonald,
William Winters, F. W. Pedrick, A.
W. Matthews, Samuel Gardner. C. B.
Smith, J. H. Kast, Dr JE B. Mahon,
and J. L. Hunter.
At the nn.nnal meeting of the Metho
dist Episcopal church Monday evening
the following board of trustees was
elected : B. D. Bevea, Thomas Ford,
W. H. Cool, J. L. Cake, Joseph Lang
ford, T. B. Latico, W. It. Saxe, J. W.
Thomas, Dr. T. M. Johnson. The
board organized by the election of the
following officers: President, B. D.
Beyea; secretary, J. W. Thomas;
treasurer, Thomas Ford.
At a meeting of the directors of the
First National bank, held yesterday,
the following officers were re-elected
for the ensuing year: President,
Theodore Strong; viae president,
Thomas Ford; eashier, W. L. Watson.
Thiol: Inn's Arnloa Salve.
The best salvo in the world for Cuts
lii Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and nil Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price !i5 cents per
box. i or sale by .Matthews Bros.
INSURANCE COMPANY'S SUIT.
It Alleges Fraud In Oonnectlon with
William Lyons' Policy.
The United States Insurance com
pany bsgen suit in tqnity Monday
against William Lyons, W llliam Lyons,
jr., and E.T. Itutledge, charging the de
fendants with having secured a policy
on the life of William Lyons for several
thousand dollars about a year ago for
the purpose of defrauding the company.
The application for the policy
was of the mual character, stating
that the snl ijeot was in good health
and only 59 years old. The company
claims that the insured is 70 years of
age and that the son, who Bigned the
applieation, intended to collect the In
surance on the death or bis rather.
The company wishes to return the
amount paid (for the policy and have
the same cancelled.
County Detective Whalen was in
town last evening and .served the pa
pers in this case.
PITHY PITTSTON POINTERS.
telephone placed in the hospital.
Their action is a most commendable
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Schlosser, Misees
Sacks, Heineinann, Qompertz, and the
Misses Ashen brand, Bakea and Gom
pertz atteuded an informal bop at
Wiikes-Barre last evening. It was
given under the auspices of the Young
Men's Hebrew association.
. The Pennsylvania Coal eompany
paid its employes yesterday. As a
consequence the streets wero crowded
last evening and the merchants bney.
Tne sensational writer for the met
ropolitan papers who resides in Wilkes
Barre, is endeavoring to out do all pre
vious efforts judging from the des
spatchea which have uppeared during
the past few days. People unac
qnainted with the Wyoming vulley
and its people would imagine that it
possesses a class of uncivilized people
only excelled by the Fi Ji Iflanders,
The funeral of Mrs. Andrew Fritz,
mention of whom death appiarwd in
The Trihlnk, occurred yesterday after
noon and wus largely attended. Inter
in lit was ma le in liamtowu cemetery.
Sunday evening last burgars eutered
Townsend Bros.' general store. They
had prepared a ball of waste saturate 1
with oil aud on entering lit it and
threw it at the dog. The dog ran away
and the burglars commenced to ran
s ick the stock and carried away about
$5i) worth of the best shoes iu the store.
It is believed the burglars are from
'i'yoming. They left behind tools that
may lead to their arrest
On Friday afternoon and evening of
this week Mr. Beard, the celebrated
lecturer, will deliver his lecture on
"Aucient Borne and the Catacombs, or
the Trials aud Triumphs of Christian
ity," in the basement of the new St.
John's Catholic church on William
street. A powerful stereopticon will
be used to show tho large number of
views which accompany the lecture.
Mr. Beard will be remembered aB the
jfentleman who gave a similar enter
tainment at the same place a few years
ago. Then he showed the "Passion
Play of ODeramerj;au," which delight
ed all who were present.
TERSE TAYLOR TOPICS.
Nows Field Yields Up the Fruiti of One
Fpcciul to Vie Scranton Tribune.
Taylor, Pa. , Jan. Hi. Miss Susie
Morris has resigned her position with
Mrs. Leah Jones Davis aud will begin
business in Suranton.
A sweepstake shooting match will
take placo Thursday at 1 o'clock on the
Kate ltyan, of Dalton, is visiting in
Tallie P. Jones announces hiinaelf as
a candidate for tax collector of Taylor
The entertainment of the Frea for
iVU Temperauce sooiety was largely
attended and a good programme presented.
Mrs. Evan Williams is dangeronsly
ill, and few hopes are entertained for
James E. Watkins and William Bus-
kirk have returned to the Pennsylvania
university after a few weeks' vacation
Ihe Union church of the Sibley will
hotel a box aooial, Jan. 23
Sydney Owen was squeezed between
the cars on Monday at the Glendale
The reception committee of the
Price Library met last night. H. J.
Daniels, chairman of the committee,
presided. Owing to the Christiau
Endeavor society of the churches hav
ing a social that evening it was decided
to hold the reception Jan. 23 in place
of Jan. '.ili, so as not to conflict.
Oliver M. Williams will accept the
nomination for burgess on the Repub
lican ticket if tendered him.
Maxwell and Miss Shafer; solo, with
banjo accompaniment. J. R. James;
vocal solo, Miss Hannah Leonard.
Previons to the opening the big pa
rade, which was to have taken place
on Monday night, but on account of
fain was postponed, occurred and was
participated in by our locel companies
And bands Tb streets were well
filled with spectators.
MISCELLANEOUS MINOOKA ITEMS.
Personals and Qeneral Gleanings Crisply
and Brightly Condeneed.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Minooka, Pa., Jan. 16 John F.
Mulderig, our popular tousorial artist,
is about to erect a shop ou Main street.
M. P. Judge, the popular proprietor
of the South Side hotel, was all smiles
yesterday owing to his wife presenting
him with a bouncing baby bov.
John T. Brown has nceepted a posi
tion as conductor for the Scrantou
Traction company. His line extends
from Scranton to Taylor and return.
The Traction company's successful
trial trip was made without any trou
i le and reflects a great deal of eredit
on our townsman, Peter Mullln, who
had the contract for extending the line
from the city limits.
John Coyne, a well known shooter of
this place, ntid P. J. Kilcullen, of th
South Side, will shoot a match Jan. 24
for $50 a aid-.
Mrs. Patrick Phil bin. of Stafford
street, is confined to her home with a
The Greenwood mines were idle yes
terday owing to the scarcity of cars.
JUST GRAZEO HIS SCALP.
ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10 AJ,
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Fur Capes during
sale at loss than cost of material.
Every inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's styles 100. each.
Boys' Winter Waists , I lie eaoh.
Muffs 300. each.
Cloaks. $ 1 .50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND MOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE.
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Gr;eat Clearing Sale.
Tramp Fires a Bullet Through the Hat
of William Gavin.
Special to the Scronton Tribune.
MlNOOKA, Pa., Jan. 10. This place
and vicinity havo been infested lately
with a contemptible lot of trampj, who
abide in shanties between here aud the
Glendale breaker. Their ida is to beg
during the day and terroriz) the quiet
inhabitants of Minooka during tbe
night, Last Monday evening while
William Gavin, a prominent shoe
maker, was preparing to retire, a pistol
shot rang out nnd a bullet crashed
through his window and cut a hole in
his hat, just grazing the scalp. If it
had not been that, he was in a stooping
position, owing to the fuel that he was
fixing the fire, he would have been
The only way we can obtain police
protection, is by beiag annexed to the
BRIEF CARBON DALE CLIPS.
PURSUED BY TRAMPS.
Vagrants Bob a Taylor Working- Girl of
Svccial to the Scranton Tribune.
Taylor, Jan. 10. The tramp nuis
ance is becoming frightful to the com
munity. Although Chief of Police
Jerman is doing all he can under the
circumstances to rid tbe town of these
scamps and vagrant, it is yet an una
Monday morning while severalyount;
girls were on their way to work in the
mills at South Scranton. they were at
tacked by tramps near the switch (from
the main line of tho Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western to Taylor miues)
and pursued. One of their number,
Lizzie Davie, of Feltsville, was caught.
Her clothes Svere partly torn and she
was robbed of her dinner. This assault
has aroused such indignation that
tramps will be roughly handled here
CHANDLER IS IN TAYLOR.
The Noted Psdeatrian Has Resumed His
Speciiil to the Scranton Tr.bune.
Taylor. Pa.. Jan, 10 "0 !n:i Her,"
as h is familar known and wan iu ikeg
his yearly vacations to taw pi to ar
rived in town thiH afternoon.
His home is in Susquehanna county
and he makes a trip to many other fa
miliar places every year on foot.
While hero he Btops witii Ira Atherton.
Qi.'insy troubled me for twenty years.
Since 1 started using Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil, lmve not had an attack. The oil cures
sore throat at ouco. Mrs. Letia Conrad,
Standiab, Mich., Oct. '21, 1888.'
MITCHELL HOSE FAIR.
Facts and Psraonala Put in Form for
tin it v Reading.
Sjttcial to the Scranton Tribune.
Cariiondale, Pa., Jan. 10 The
Women's Guild of tbe Irving church
will hold their monthly supper at tho
home of Miss Hubbard on Garfield ave
nue tomorrow afternoon. Tea will be
served from 5 to 9 o'clock.
The young lady workers of the Msth
odist church will hold a reception to
morrow evening at 0 o'clock at the
home of Miss Pascoe, 2$ Washington
Frank M. Wills' company in the
"Two Old Cronies" will hold forth at
the Academv of Music tomorrow night
WEAK MEN Y0UR ATTENTION
.. -'-'- ,s QALLED TO THE
(Jroat English Remedy,
Gray's Specific Medicine
IF YOU SUFFER from Nor-
mtuTU'M. miii tuim. vous no
bility, Weakness of Body and Mind, Sperma
torrhea, and lmpotouoy, and nil diseases that
arise frum overindulgence mid self -abuse, as
Loss of Memory and Power, Dimness of Vis
ion, I'rematuro Old Age and many other dis
eases that lead to Insanity or Consumption
and an early irravo, write for a pamphlet.
Address (illAY MEDICINE CO., Ilultalo,
N. Y. Tho Specific Medicine is sold by all
druggists at $ per package, or six packages
for 86,or sent by mail on receipt of monoy.snd
with every So.on order W GUARANTEE
a cure or money roiunnea
..DC MhftK THAEI HUK
Tho Opsaing Parade Is Witnessed by
Riiecial to tlie Scranton Tribune.
Camiondale, Pa , Jan. 10. The An
di'-w Mitchell Hose company's fair is
now In full blast, and is attracting
large crowds each night, On the
opening night the principal feature of
the concert programme was singing by
little Bobby titenson.
Tonight's door prize was a library
lamp and the following programme
was also creditably rendered: Piano
solo, Professor Firth; selection, Acme
quartette; vocal solo, Miss Lucy Vau
nan; instrumental trio, Shafer aud
t"Ou account at counterfeits wo havo
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, tho only genu
ine. Bold in Scrantou bv Matthews Bros
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
MIKING, BLASTING AND srOKTING
Manufactured at tho Wapwallopon Mills, Lu
zorno county Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for tho Wyomlug District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third Nutlonal Bank Building.
Nubbins of Nws and Oosiip Picked
by Ksen Reporter.
A small bones greeted Llnooln Car
ter's latest prod nction, "The Tornado,"
at Music hall last evening.
The hospital trustees have made ar
rangements to have a long distance
bring different methods. The big, bulky
pills such us our grandfathers had to put up
with won't do to-day. Medical science has
gone beyond them. It has given us some
thing better Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets;
tiny as miiHtard seeds, but more effective
than anything you can tuke. That's be
cause their method are more natural.
They have a peculiar strengthening or tonlo
effect on the lining membranes of the intes
tines, which gives a permanent cure. They
prevent, relieve, and put an end to Bilious
ness, Constipation, Jaundice, Dizziness, Hour
Stomach, Hick or Bilious Headaches, Indi
gestion, and every like disorder.
"Incurable" case of Catarrh are cured,
perfectly and permanently, by Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy. The makers of this medi
cine 0itran(f it to benefit or cure, or
money refunded. By all dealers in medicines.
TWOS. FOKD, Pittston. Pa.
JOHN H SMITH & SON; Plymouth, r.
E. W. Mi;i,l.lUA, Wiwes-Harro, tfk
Agents for tho Kopauuu t'nouiiunl Com
pauy's High Explosives.
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO,
Manufacturers And Dealers I
1 1 1 K r innf-lnn
Also Shafting and Journal Grease.
OFFlCE:-m West Lackawanna Ave.
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
From the JV. F. 7i6itHf, Aoc. , 1S9S. '
"CHICAGO, Oct. St. Fh first official
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on flour has been made. A
medal has been awarded by the
World's Fair judges to tbe flour manu
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co.,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the flour strong and pure, and entitle
it to rank as first-class patent flour for
family aud bakers' use."
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brands of flour can be haO at anv of the following merchants.
who will accept TllK TRIBUNE FLOUR COUPON of 25 on each one hundred nonnda
of flour or 00 on each barrel of flour.
Ecranton F. P. Prieo. Washington avenuo,
uoia .!.!. nrana.
Hyde Park Carson & Davis. Washburn St.
uom Medal Brand; Joseph A. llenrs.Miun
avenue. Bnnarlativa Unuul.
Oreon Ridg.i-A.L.Spen.-er.iiol 1 Modal Brand.
Mtinmoro r. f. rriee, luld Medal Hrund.
jlyphant James Jordan, Superlative Brand.
pUnmoT F, D. Mauley. Superlative Brand.
Providence Fenner & OhapbejLN' Main ave
nue, superlative Brand ;C J OUh'spie, W.
Market street, Oold Modal Brand.
Pockville-Shaffer & Kdser, Superlative
Jormyn-C. O. Winters & Co. Superalativo
Carbondato-R S. ('lark, Oold Medal Brand.
Uonosda!o-J. .. Foster & Co. Gold Medal
noncsdale W.P. Sehnnck, Superlative Brand
Dalton- S. E. Finn & Sou, Oold Medal Brand
Ooutdalioro-S A. Adams, Gold Medal Brand
Tubyhanna Tobyhanna le Lehigh Lumbe
Co., Gold Modal Brand.
PHYSICIANS AN1 KIIKGHONS.
DR. U. E, DEAN, Diseases orihoEyo, Noaa
Throat and Ear, 04 Bpruce street, oppo
site court house.
DR. A. J. LONNElZii"offl2uiWshTngton
avenue, corner Spruce street, ever
t rancke a drug store, Residence, T28 Vine at
Office hours: 10.80 to 12 a. m. and to 4 and
O.IJO to 7.;) p. m. Sunday, 2 to J p. in.
DR. W. & ALLEN, OIBooar Lack,
wanna and Washington avos. : over Leon
ard shoe store; office hours, 10 to 12 u. m. aud
8 to 4 p. m.; evenings ut residence, 012 N.
DR. C. L. FHEY, Practice limited to Dls
oasos of the Eye, Ear, Noao and Throat;
office, 122 Wyoming avu Residence, 02 Vine
DR. L.M. GATES, 140 Washington Avenuo.
Offtco hours, 8 to0 a.m., l.;w to 8 and 1
JOHN L. WENTZ, M. D Offices 02 and5T
u Commonwealth building; rosldonco 711
Madison avo; office hours. 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to
8; Sundays 2 80 to 4. evenings at residonco. A
specialty made of dhoaaea of tbe eye, ear, nose
and throat and gynecology.
DR G. D. MURRAY, specialty mad ou dis
eases of eve and skin.212 Wvoining Ave.
Office hours: I'ntil 10 a.m. ,2 to 4 andT toJJjyn.
MRS. IJH KING, 320 Ml'LBERRY STREET.
At Carhondalu on Frldavs of each week.
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Vuluable as a Souvenir of the Fair.
QUITE EASY YVHKN YOU KNOW HOW
$300 IN PRIZHfl Willi. BB DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE DOING THE
I'LZiiliU I.l THE. Nttunil'.Ml SI-;JII, JI' I I 'l :
FOB SAUK BY AI,E NKWS COMPANIES. STATIONERS AMD AT TOY
SI'oltES, OK SENT TO ANY ADDKESS UPON HKOEIPT OI
PBICB, 25 CENTS, BY
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
112 AND 114 SOUTH F.UTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
t ,a mm
Buforu Aiul Alive Ltiug.
I Hw rtincpferT. Will brico WOO untn woek Bold Willi WRITTKS
OVA RAN . KB to Cure IVprTous Dc'inlily, Lois of fleiutl l'owtr in Ithri tex.
InroluuUrT Einlsiloni fro auy cttuse. If tipplocled, nucb troublei lead t
couHtunptiun r itinaiiltT. tl-'Hi tier boi bi inull. 6 Iih fui S. With ev rv &'.
order W fllve a Wrlttpn miiratitt-i- In imii ut l fuml th mntif AilHr. ua
tiL- t ur,iiiUL' rr .-fi i a 1 1 .
mau i.un.iiii. vv vivftjiauu, v iiiu.
For Pale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Atc. and Spruce St.,
VKl KKINAIIY BCBGEOXI
STURUE, Veterlmiry Surgeon, Don
I j. tistry a specialty: gold medalist of On
tario Veterinary College. Office. Summer's
l:vrv. itto Dix St.. near Keller's carriaiM Hhon.
Telephone No. 41,1.
M. O. HANOK'S Law and Collection of.
flee. No. 817 BDrUOfl St.. onnosito Forest
House. Scranton. Ps, : collections a httecmltv
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
ents In every county.
IESSUPH& HANI), Attorneys Cnutw.-l'
tl lors at Law, Commonwealth liuil'linu.
Washington ave. W. II. Jebsvp,
IIohai i: K Hand.
W. II. Jcssm-, Jr.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N.J
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
A II t ll f ; 1 i ' 1 t .-..-.I nunl .Jm.LiaIm I
cloanliiiesti nnd comfort.
mi TABLl in ITFEOT DBO.SL, 1S93.
Ti'nltiu lonvo '-; .-r , t . ... (.... .. iimi
Barre. otr . at 8.10, y.ii, n.uo a. in., U.HL I'm
iS? liX " nnnoay, w.w a. m ,
l.WI, .(Hl, i .10 p. m.
For Ailnntie City, 8.10 n. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.10
Ii.ii.piiu.i u i, I ' 'in , - ... 5 S .
leAjtrons wmi rJimel
parlor car), .1 .10 (exprewi p. m. Sunday. 100
p. m. "
FOB HAUCH nrxK, A1.1.ENTOWV Betiu.t.
Bt, F.AstiiN and PBILADILPB1A, 8.10 a. in..
,: ;n ,e '.in i . i , 1 1 ... i . . .
... .w.rv . uiinvii,iii , O. HI.
Bandar, (i p. m.
For Loko gRAXOR, Ocean Gkove, etc., at
. I". m., li:K) p. ui.
ror iteauinK, ivelranon and Ilnrrlslmrg. via
Allentown, 8.10 a. in, I8U, ,1.00, p.m. Sunday
For Pottsvllle, 8.10 a. m., l' HO p. m.
KfttimliiK, leave Sew York, foot ot Liberty
? ,e"l,t:,eNl'Lt,h rivt,r' at (' Jpressj a. in.,
1.10, LSO 4.80 (express with Bnffet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, Reaiilnj Terminal 8.10
n. ni, MO snd 4.:i I p, m. Bonaar, T a. in.
I nronffh ticliets to all points at lowest rates
may bo had on application in advance to tho
'.-. iu? ...I ii.
J. H. OLHOTTBEK.
H, P. BALDWIN,
Hen. Fans. Agent.
W1LI.ARD. WARREN Ji KNAPP, Attor
neys nnd Counselors at Law. Republican
liuildinc, Waahinfton . Boranton, Pa.
UATTEHUON & WILCOX, Attorneys aud
1 Counsellors at Law: olflcos U aud S Library
buildiug, Scranton, Pa.
HOBWFXI, IT. PATT1KSOSJ.
Wtl.I.lAM A. WlbOOS.
BUFUlUi AMD AFTLIl USUiU.
tin Hal bv O. M. II Mil. I
Thoitreatremodjr fornnrvous prostration and alliierTOumllsokiAcs of
ttio LM'ncrutlvo oruuiiM ol' eitiier ntx . micIi uh Nfrvnim rn-st rminii. 1
Inif or Ixmt Manhood, Impotenry, Nightly KiiiIbrIoiib, Youthful Krrors,
Moutal Worry, excuitHlTo urie of Tobacco or Opium, which luad to Con
aumpllon ana I iiHinit v. With every SA order wo trliro a wrltton tiuar
anteetocureorri!luiid the money. Hold at H1.04I pcrhox, t hozes
lor .00. 1K. MOTTK til KM tcL CO.. I U veiuud, Ohio.
I 'in - i.i. 14 7 on n Av i Uf,
IS THE BEST. Qet price and
ice the furnace and be con
vinced. A full Mm of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
HE DUTHEIL STUDIO,
Q1 K LACKAWANNA AVKNUK,
A t V IV. 1 ., . , ,1- , , , ,.
HvnTinvi Diiuri n rouiravi Willi n
frame factory to turn out 1,000
Irain s betw now and Christ
& inus. 1 wish tiiauuiiiiuco to the pub
lie that I will make a OKNITINE
CRAYON POKTRAll" copied from
any small ono ABSOLUTELY FIIEE OP
I. ikni STYLKH OF KB AMES FROM
Frames HO per cent, less than regular prico.
E. DUTHEIL, Artist.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM . I. HAND, At
torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
buildiiiL'. Rooms 111, 20 and 31.
RANK T. OKr-LL, Attorney at Room
ii. ( '. nl ExcliniiKQ, Scranton, Pa
I Att'ys, 227 Washing
f ton ay.. ('. II. square.
MILTON W. I.OWRY,
a H. VON 8TOBCH,
TAMES W, OAKPORD, Attorney at Law,
w rooms ML 04 snd 0BL Commonweidth h'Vg.
(JAMUEL W. EDU.vR, Attorney at
C3 Otllco, .117 Sprucost.. Scranton. Pa.
A. WAT RES, Attornoy at Law. t'J
Lai kawsniia sue.. Hernntnn. Pa
PP. SMITH. Couiikellor st Law. omce,
. rooms 54. 55. SB Commonwealth building
i H. PITCHER, Attorney at Law, Com
V '. tniinwea tli beilaiui;. Scranton, Pa.
DB. KEPLOOLE, Attorney-Loans nco-
tiafeil uu real ct-Uti- security.iu- Spruce.
T) V Kl'LLA M, Attorney atLaw, 12U N
1 J oinin avenue, Boranton,
HAVE YOl'R DEEDS AND MoRTflAOES
written and aoknowledj;ed by J. W.
BROWNINO. Attorney and Notary Public, Ot
TEHiaH VALLBT RAILROAD,
?lv lVv"H f'Tanton for Philadelphia and
li 1 I'- via D , L. & W. R. R., a.oj,
11. 0 a.m., anil Lili, 8JS0 S, m.
nJtB,"V,"i Hr';rtt?to,i ,for Pittston nnd Wilkss-
P,1;ri'iiH,'ra"V,"o"r Whlt0 vni Bajkton,
Pottsville ,md all points ,m the Beay-tr
Jlo idow and Pottsyille branelieH, via I). At II,
R. R. at 8 a.m., 12.11), 2.:w, ili v m rill I
A W. R. H . b os. ffiioim!; lji ioun?-
Leave serautoii for Bethlehom, Easton.
I.eai nu. liarrlbburg ami all intermediate
points via D, H. K. R., s a.m. ,12 III, 1 ys II
p.m., Via D., L. & W. R. R.aos, HJOa. m'., IJU
J.u'i p. in.
1 1 Leave Scranton forTunkhannoek, Tnwauda
Elmira. Ithiica, Oeueva aud all iutormediati
points via D. & H R. R JJ Ul u ar, . ,
via D. L. & W R. R 9.50 a. m., L80 p. m.
Le.-ive Seriint.in I . ,r I' ... I ... UI
agara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all points
west via I). & H. R. R. 1 .25,11 .15,11.85 p. m . via
D. L. & W. H. R. and Pittston Junction (It Ml
a. m- fr Huffalo only 1, IJ10H ii p. m., via E
W. R. R., 4.1ii p. m.
For Elmira and the west via Salamano. via
D. A II. R. H atfi.i-ip. m.. visD., L. & W. R.
R. IS. H. Xj a. in. and tUn p. m.
Pullman parlor nd sleepiui? or L. V. chair
ou ?" lrailm between L. & B. Junction or
Wllkes-Bnrro and New York. Philadelphia,
Bulfalo and Suspension Biidjro.
ROI.L1N II. WILBUR. 'Jen Sunt. East Div.
, OttjUB s. LKE, Qen. Pass. Aft, Phila.Pa.
AW NoNNEMACHER,Aa't O.-n Pass. Ag't.
South Bothh hem, Pa.
M III). .
CCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls for college
or business: thoroughly trains young children
Catalogue at request.
Rev. Tito-mas M. Canv,
Walteh H. Buei.i..
M" IBS WORCESTER'S KIN DEROA RTE N
and School, 412 Adams avenue. PupiU
received at all limes. Fall torin will open
I) I.N riSTo.
O, LAUBACH, Surgeon Dentist, No, 115
R. M. STRATTON, otll.-o dial Exelisn
STOP PAYING RfiNT. OWN YOUR
home. Monoy to loan on easy monthly
1 ayments. S. N. CALLENDER, Dime Bank
HOTF-LS AND UK.sTAI ltANI -.
''HE WESTMINSTER, 217-2111 Wyoming
A avo. Rooms heated with steam: all mod
ern Improvement. C. M. Tiiuma. Prop.
Z I HOLER'S HOTEL, 827 Lackawanna ave
nuo, Scrantou. Rates reasonable.
P. ZlEOLEB, Proprietor.
" EST .MINSTER HOTEL.
W W. G. SCHENCK, Manager.
Sixteenth street, one block east of Broadway,
at Union Square, Now York.
American plan, MiOpw day and upward,
C'OYNE HOUSE. European plan; ,'good
I rooma. upon day and night. Bar ' sup
plied with the best.
P. H. rOYNE, Proprietor.
QJCRANTON HOUSE, near D., L. & W. pas
kl aenger depot. Conducted on tho European
plan. TirTOR Kiich, Proprietor.
G. HA M) CENTRAL. Tho largest and best"
f oqulppsd hotel in Allentown, Pa. ; rates
12 and $3.50 ncr day.
hi 'm'1'1" i RNy"- Proprietor.
AVIS & HOUPT, "Architects! Ho,. ins 21,
26 nnd 20 Commonwealth b'ld'g, Scranton.
WALTEH, Architect, Library build
ii Init, Wyoming avenue. Scranton.
L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect. Prlco
building. IZtl Washington Aye.,Serniiton.
HORTON D. SWARTS - WIMLESALR
liimbor, tl and v Dime Bank building,
MEOAROEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, I'M Wasiiington avo., Scranton,
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wod
dings nnd concert work furnished. For terms
address K. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulliert's music store. 1
TZRA FINN A SONS, builder) and contrac-S-J
tors. Yards: Corner Olive st. and Adams
ave. ; corner Ash st. and Penn ave , Scranton
GR. CLARK A CO., Seedsmen. FlorlsU
. and Nurserymen: store 14e Washington
avenue; green houso, 1J150 NonhMaln avenue;
torn telephone 782.
ORAM ) UNION TEA CO.. Jones Hi,,,
WIRE s RBI N8.
. KUETTEU BjA Lncknwanua avonue.
riinton, I'a, ninuul r or Wire Seroens.
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May 3D, 1H92,
trains will run as follows:
Trains lenvo Bridge Streot
Station. Scrantou, fur Pltts-
ynaa 'Q'). "iiKes-Mnrre,etc, a mi,
MUM UVf '' ""i. luia. in., 13.IU,
W W m m 1,25.2.4 10,5.16, B.15, 11.15
hi r and 11.115 p. in.
fl " For New York and Phila
delphia, 100a.m. 12.10, ijg,
Z'M. 4.10 and 11.80 u. m.
For Honesdale 1 from Delaware Lackawanna
and western depot), 7.00, S.DU, 10.10 a.m., 12.00
iu.. 2. 17. 5.10 u. m.
For Carhoudale and laternii'dinte stationa.
5.40, 700, f.yo, 10.10 u. m., 12.00 m.,2.17, 8.90,0 in,
0.20 snd 1) 35 p. m.; from Bridge Street Denot.
2.03 a. m., 2.17and 11 J5 p, m.
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga, ttio Adi
rondack MountalUK, Boston aud New England
points. 540 a. in., arriving at Albany 13.-15.
Saratoga 2.211 p. 111., and leaving Scranton at 3
p. in., arriving at Albany at S.5n p. in., Sara
toga. 13.65 , m , and B.istoti. 7.00 a. m
The only direct route between the ,-aal fields
and Bostou. "The Leading TourisU' Route
of America" to the Adirondack .Mountain re
sorts, Lakes George and Chainplaiu. Montreal,
Time tnbles showing local and through train
service between stations on all divislo.xDela
ware ami Hudson system, may be obtaimXtt
all Delaware and Hudson tickot ofhYes.
H. U. YOUNO, J. W. BURDICK,
Second Viee Prosldont. Oen. Pass. Agt.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
W ESTER M RAILROAD
Trnins leave Boranton as follows: Express
for New York ami all noiuts East. 1.50. 2.50.
5.15, 8.00 and MO, m. : 12 55 and 3.50 p, m.
aui ior 1 1 'ii, 1 ronton, rmioeipni
and the South, 5.15, 8.00 and t 50 a. in.; 12 55
and 3 50 p. 111.
Washington and way stations. 2.40 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 0.10 p. m.
Exnr ss for Blnghamton, Oswego, Elmira,
Corning, Bath. Dansville, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10, 2 15 a. in. and 124 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points iu tho
West. Northwest and Southwest.
Buffalo accommodation, '.'.On a. in.
Bingliamtou and way stations. 12 37 p. m.
Nicholson and way station, 5.45 p. m.
Biughamton ami Elmira Express, 0 05 p.m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, OsWOgO,
Dtioa aud Riobflfld Springs, 2.15 a. m. and 1.21
Ithaca, 2.15 and PjO a. m. and 1.24 p. ni.
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wiikos-Barre,
Plviiiouth, Bloiimsburg an! Daaville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
willianuport, Mriwrarg, Baltimor, Wash-
IngtOD am', the South.
Northnmberland and intermediate stations,
OjOO, tiB a, m. and LSI und H 07 p. 111.
Nnnt.coko and intermediate stations, H.nt
and 11,10 a. ni Plymouth and iutorniuduttt
stations, 3.5H and 0.3 p. 111.
Pullman parlof and sleeping coaches ou all
For detailed information, pocket timetables,
etc , apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket oftlce,
32s Lin Kawannaavenui1, or depot ticket office.
VEIV YORK, ONTARIO AND WESTERN
ll Rnilro id. Scranton Division. Time tablo
iu effect Nov. 11), 1803.
Trains 1, ave Scranton for ( 'arbondalq:
8.50, H.30. 11.05 a. tn.. 4.50, 0.10 p. m.
For Hnn cock Junction and main connections
11.05 a m . 0.10 p. m.
Trains lenvo Hsn.-ock Junction for main
line connection for Scrantou, 0 00 u m., 3.05
Trains leave Carhoudale for Scranton 7.34,
'.' I . a.m., 1.10, 3.34, 0.15 pm.
J. C. ANDERSON.
General Passenger Agent, New Y'ork.
District Passenger Agent, Scruuton.
irie and wyoming valley rail
Train leave Scranton for Now York and In
termediate points on the Erie and Hawlev aud
local points at 0 35, 0.45 a. in. and 3.24 p m.
Train leaving at 0.45 a. m. and 3 34 p. m.
are through trains to and from Hones I ale.
Trains leave for Wilkes-Ilarrcat 0.40 a. m. and
3. 11 p. 111.
AND DEALERS JIN
Rooms 1 and 1 Commonwealth Bld'g,
MINING and BLASTING
Made at tho MOOSlG nud HUSU
Lnfllin & Rand Powdor Ca'a
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Battories, Fusei for exploi
ing blas Safety l'usu and
RcpaunoChcmical Co.' High Explosives
Allium.' Lead and I rem Ii inc.
Pure Lluseed Oil.
Turpeutlue and Varnlshe,
Keady-mlied 1'aluts In all colors,
l'aris White and Kalsomlna.
Oil' Vitrei, Marble
Dust and Y4 Indow UU
Enropoan Plan. First-claas Bar nttuoliod.
Depot for Berguer A Eugel'a Tanuhamsor
N, t Cor, ..til and Filbert Sts,, Ptiilada.
Moat desirable for rosldents of N.E. Penn'
(ylvnula. All conveniences lor traveler!
to and from Broad Street station aud the
Twelfth and Market Btrert station. De
ilrable for visiting Horautoutaiis and peo
t le in the Anthracite Region.
T. J. VICTORY,