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THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 1894.
LIVE NEWS OF
Tire Pcbanton TmncsE's Pittston le
pariuient is iu charge of J, et. Fehy, to
whom news iteuis and complaints may bo
INSPECTOR M'OONALD'S REPORT.
It Shows a Dsireaae la Coal Production
While tb Death lint Advanoee.
Miue Inspector McDonald has com
pleted his annual report for 1893. It
is mi elaborate one covering every de
tail, and hIidws much hard work It
shows a total ooul production for the
yuiir to ho 5,629,914 tom, or an d -crease
of 99,816 lone compared with
the vear 1898,
Thy fatalities left ISO widows and 100
orphans. Tiie number of days worked
in 180o was 180 'i'i, as against 808 00 in
180','. The table shows the nuiiiber of
fata! accident.' to hive been 84, and
tho non-fatal 178. In 18!') there were
"ill lives lost and 168 more or less H -riously
injured. The inspector has
classified the accident as follow:
CAUSES OF ACCIDENTS
ago and has resided hero ever since.
He v n9 prominent as a contractor. He
waa 73 years of nge. IU is
survived by his wife, who was
Mary Yates, a daughter of Francis
Yates, from whom Yateaville derived
its name, and the following children:
John P. Banker, of Overbrook. Kansas;
Mrs. Rev. d. M. Colville, of Biughaiu-
ton; Frank H, ud Mini INellie id.
Bunker, of this place. Tue funeral will
take placo this afternoon. Services at
the family home on Ligrauge street at
mi o clock, conducted by Kev. J. li.
Suuiuer. iuturmeut in rittstou tun
W. C. Smith, commander or W. U
Nugent 1'oit, No. U4o, department oi'
Pennsylvania, (i. A. R., ami Dr. D. L.
Koss and Lientenent C. H. Dorr, dele
gate elect, leavo today noon ut 19 34.
lor Philadelphia , to attend tl.e annual
encampment of tho U A. K., which
will be held in the Uuakor city ou
Thurs lay, Friday and Saturday, Mi.
John Dcinpsey of Nugent Post, will
also attend, and the Woman's Keliwf
corps will be represented by Mta. D. L.
Koss and L izsrna.
Insurance Aiut James Kolin, of
Wilkes Burre, was circul .ttinj among
our ImsiiiHss men yesterday.
John Birmingham, the well known
scribe, was a visitor m town yesterday.
By explosion of carburated hy
drogen gas U
Fall of roof and coal -s
Crashed ami run over by mine
By fnlbng down shaft -
By explosion of powder and
By miscellaneous causes under
By miscellaneous causes ou sur
PERSONS KILLED OR 1N-
Miners H '0
Miners' laborers IS 88
Drivers and runners 11 -4
Door boys and sinte pickers 7 11
Miscellaneous underground..., 19 98
Miscellaneous ou surface 8
POOL PLAYER JONES CHALLENGED.
Clem Kerch's Backer Rilling to Wagara
Stake That Jonte Can Be Btaten.
The Journal of lust evening is au
thority for the following challenge,
which is self explanatory:
PrrrsTO!!, Pa.. Feb. 24, VSl'lr
I, Clem Marsh, ot Sernntou, hereby chal
lenge Will Jones, of Fittston, to play 400
point game of continuous 1 5-bull pool, 'J: Ml
points to be played in Hyde 1'ark and -00
in Pittston for ISO or 10o per side, the
match to come Off Within thirty days, the
rooms in which the games ure to be played
to be mutually agreed upon.
For Clem Marsh.
As Jones ii a formidable amateur
player it is more than likely that Mr.
Rinsland will be accommodated.
HURT IN THE MINES.
Jacob MarecUall Receives Serious In
juries in the Mines.
Jacob Marschall, a Polauder, aged
S!4 years, aud employed as a miner, was
the victim of a fall of rock iu the
Mount Lookout colliery, at Wyomiuir,
yesterday morning. W hen extricated
from the fall of debris he was found to
be severely injured, his right leg being
He was removed to the Pittston hos
pital in the company's ambulance,
wnere his injuries are being utteuded.
Death of C. W. Carr.
Chsrles W. Carr died at his West
Side home, 234 Wyoming avenue, at
130 o'lock yesterday morning of dys
enteiy. Mr. Carr was 70 years the 31
of this month and a number of the
Pittston lodge of Odd Fellows. Ar
rangements for the funeral will be
made immediately upon the arrival of
his daughter, Mrs. Van Vint, of Go
shen, N. Y. In 1814 he cam to Pitts
ton and entered into a partnership with
James Mott. For a number of years
the firm conducted a milling and gro
cery business. Their mill was located
on the site of the old stone mill at the
Ferry bridge, and, like its successor,
whs destroyed by fire. He resided on
Wyoming avenoe, Wast Side, and
spent his time in looking aftr his
property, of which he bud accumulated
'Where Are W At P
The News-Dealer of yeeterdny has
this bit of Btartling intelligence con
cerning our town:
"Pittston is said to have the bigges t
gambling game of any place in the
state. It is just about midway between
Scranton and this city, and gam biers
from both places buck tne faro layout,
or sit in a big stud pokr game, where
the cover is off the limit Men drop a
thousand or scoop it in just as tho ugh
it didn't amount to Bhucks. And ti.
toys are never molested by the author
ities, either." In view of the above
statement, our neighbor migi. go it
one better by relating the Whole ..ninir,
location and all.
A Substantial Rntcemberance.
Mm. John Everhart, fornrrly of
West Pittston, but now a resident of
Philadelphia, although separated from
recesses that she holds 1) ir, hs ovi
dently not forgotten our firi'min. Dur
ing the past few days the treasurer of
the Eagle Hose company's fair received
n check from her tor $200. To say that
that the boys were pleaseJ tl but mildly
ii e importance oi hi-uiniif; nip liver ami
kidneys In good condition cannot be
overestimated. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a
great remedy for regulating aud invigora
ting those organs.
Hood's PI1U act. easily, yet promptly
anu euecuveiy, on me liver ana bowels. "
Fp:tcmiz.d Nawe Notes of Interest to
Wldu Awake Readers Ganernlly.
Halt, the colored man who was shot
some time ago hy one Havard, has so
far recovered aa to be able to sit up
every d ;iy.
Superintendent Gibson, of tho hos
pital, reports all the patients "are do ing
The West End Hose company will
give a complimentary hop to their lady
friends March 27.
UuggUs & Manning, of Pittston,
have No. 1 Magic City, the moBt unique
and beautiful of oil the World's Fair
pictures, which they will sell at 10
cents for each part. The book coupon
cut from The TRIBUNE and 10 cents
will take the Magic City, or auy one
of the three beautiful piotures, "Good
Morning," "Telephone Girl," or
Inadvertantly "the death of Charles
Banker, one of Pittsiou's oldest resi
dents, was omitted from publication
in yesterday's issue. Mr. Banker
passed away at 12 1-10 o'clock Monday at
his home on Lagrange street, after a
very brief illness of congestion of the
liver. He was ill but a few days. Mr.
Hanker came to Pittston fifty years
the Events of a Livoly Borough
Facial to the Scranton TWMoitf.
JERMYN, Pa.. Feb. 87. Miss Susie
Knight, who bus been visiting her
friend, Miss Vail, left yesterday for
her home in New York state.
The lelalOQ of the teachers' institute
at Mayfllld will begin promptly at 0 a.
ui. Saturday, All rrlendi of education
will be welcome.
The Mineral of Stephen A. Taylor
took place yesterday. Services were
hshl at the house, after which the
body was taken to Orvis Corners for
Interment A largo number of friends
and r-l iiives from BsTonton, Forest
City. HollistorvilU and Clark's Green
were present to piy tho last tribute of
respect to the deceased.
Charles Jones, ot Green Ridge, and
F. P. Brown, of New York, registered
at the St. George hotel yesterdoy.
After a seven weeks seige with scar
let fever Charles Maynard ventured
out yesterday for tho first time.
Mrs. W. S. Bsdger returned yester
day from a visit with triends in Dela
ware oonnty, N Y,
March 27th is the date of the enter
tainment uuder the auspices of the C.
M. B. A. society. Buy a ticket and
help the cause along.
Henry Btowe is assisting at the
school house during the temporary ab
sence o( tiie j luitor.
A number from here attended the
concert in Carboudale last evening,
ilieodoro K.. ; da has again enter
ed the employ of Richard Bunt and
will be glad to see his old cu-touiers
show a tendency toward
Consumption. A Cough is
often tho beginning. Don't
wait until your condition is
more serious. Take
the Cream of Cod-livor Oil,
at once. It overcomes all the
conditions that invito the
Consumption Germs. Phy
sicians, the world over, en
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
l'rcparej by Beet! 4 Bowoe, N. Y. All Uruemet.
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
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Remnants of Dry Gooda. cloaks and Fur Gapes daring
Bale at less than cost of material.
Every inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt lints, this seuuon's styles 0c. each.
Boys' Winter Waists Oo eeoh.
Muffs 3o0- eflcu.
Cloaks $1.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE.
( 014 E, IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
It THE Bf ST. Get prices and
see the furnace and be con
vinced. A lull line of BEAT
ERS, Appflllo aud Gauze Door
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO,
Manufacturer! nmi D,;ii,'re
ilso Shafting and Journal Greasa.
OFFICE: "ji West Leekswantu a
u I'oi.a -Meridian stroe;
BROWN'S BEE H
MOOSIC POWDER CB. Robinson's Sons
Rooms 1 and I Commonwealth Eli's
SI RANTON, PA.
MINING and BLASTING
Made at the MOOSIO nml RUSH
Lsifllin & Rand l'owdor Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Itsttprine, Fuse for explod
ing ulasU, i-aiHty Kumj ud
RepaunoChemical Co.'sHigh Explosives
A Handsome Complexion
In one of the Kioutvat charm a woman can
possess Pouo:trs Complexion Puwdkb
Jlnnufecturers of the OlobrateJ
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
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