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THE SCRAXTOXT TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JULY 8, 1893.
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'rt Skoota and Kills Prom-
.1 tttrca pf Nantlcoke.
yin -on Saturday Abram
jitor of the JJantlcoke school
A and Instantly killed FreJ-
Ittenbender. one or tne most
oltiien of Nantlcoke. Eckert
nearly BO year of am', and
let- was 40, and last April tne
elected a school director for
te. and after me erEauizuiun
of the achool board was made
IB of tne puuaing commit ice,
i taken very active Interest In
affair. Eckert. as one of the
i, wu under Blttenbender's dt-
use of the whole affair was a
nee. largely Imaginary, wnicn
jrt had against his auperior. For
time past Eckert had been nog
Jtg hla work at the school house.
i flaore than once Bittenbender had
led hla attention to h negligence,
itaf Eckert that If he did not do tho
wk properly the fcoard would b
Jlfa4 to get tome one else to (U the
ark. Thla had been going on for somo
Mftad Eckert had conceived the idea
tat Bittenbender was hounding him
at trying to Influence th other mem-
of the board to have him dis-
A couple of weeks ago Eckert had
aid to a friend. "If Bittenbender don't
let ate alone, he'll be sorry for It." On
Saturday morning at t o'clock Bitten
bender. accompanied by another school
dimeter, George Graver, drove to the
klgk ecteoi to Inspect some work which
Eckert ahould have done. The janitor
wi not there, so they drove to his
Boker walked -ont at their call and
Bl trenbander cried :
"Sea herevCbe, fcow la It you are not
Jt the aejfaool bouse attending to the
work you are supposed to do. We pay
yon to do that work and we expect
yon to look after It." To this Eckert
replied: "All right Fred; Til go down
and attend to It right away." Bitten
bender and Qraver, satisfied everything
was all right, left Eckert's and went
down town. Eckert appeared to be in
al usual good humor at this time.
At about noon the men met again.
Bittenbender was In his carriage with
up Main street they saw
E overt and he caned to them: "See
her Fred. I want to see you a minute."
Blttepdbender said, "All right. Abe."
and, drew up his horse alonp the walk.
Eckert said, "From the way you talked
to me this morning It begin to look
as If you had a grudge against me.
What do you mean by talking to me
the way you did?'
I Bittenbender answered: "You are
paid to look after the work and we ex
pect you to do It If you don't like to
do the work you bad better get out and
let tome one else do It"
Hardly fcad the last word left his
mouth when Eckert sprang backward
front the carriage, drew a revolver and,
taking deliberate aim, fired. The bullet
entered Btttenbender's right eye and
caused instant death. The body plunged
forward and) fell over the wheel of the
carriage at tbe fast of the murderer,
wfto, datpKs th cries of Bittenbender's
ad Flook, who were trying to
Km th carriage, and the ap
of the people, calmly stood over
tae body and) fired two more shots. The
flrat craasMd through his cheeks and
taa oflisr went Into Ma breast. Then
started to run, but had gone
fear atop when he was over-
try School Director Callary and
Seajn Bsatjait, Eckert was taken to
8qutrs Graver's office and committed
Jfl In thbt city. There were numer-
of lynching, and only the
Instant removal to Wlikes-
twred Irla life.
SKteabcnder net dead when his body
nicked up, the flrat shot causing In-
stent jdearti. Hfci father and mother,
Mr, pA Mr Ell Bittenbender, of
Plymooth, were visiting him at the
tfaas, and tvl mother Is completely
proatratad by th abock.
rstmwwbrouKht to jail in this city,
but refused to aay anything either yes
terday or tbe day before. His nerves
are compact! upset by the shooting
and ha la ml bad bap. His sinter, who
Is In laM for keeping a bawdy house, be
am hysterical when told of her
brotlMr'a crime, and continued so all
day yesterday. Eckert Is about 45
year old and baa a wife and seven
children, Norman, Abram, OlUe, John,
Beekl. Ahna and a baby.
flooo after the hootms; a coromr'a
Jury, composed of J. C. Brader, James
Powell, John Smoulter, J. S. Davis,
WliUam Hartar and Dr. P. A. Meek,
Th antopsy revealed that the first
bullet entered at the outer corner of the
right eye, entering the brain and caus
ed Instant dearth; the second struck the
left arm end striking a bone was de
flected nd ntered the body at the arm
lYadarick T. Blttnbender was one of
th principal men of Mantlcoke. He
was a ana of KM BRtenbender, and was
bora In Plymouth. . During hi boyhood
h worked in th mine, and at the age
of If engaged fireman for th Dela
ware and Hudson company, In which
capacity h remained Ave years. He
was tha promoted to ngineer of that
company antll 1W4, when he engaged
In ti tnaaufactur of mining drUls In
Mmparatlvtly mall scale, employing
tut on bmw beside Wmeelf. Since
that time a buinw has developed
wondvfulty, and at the time of his
t J a wm running a well-regulated
' jSl th modern maclUn-
V I ' work and employing several
a We. - Bittenbender was
t to Mis Matilda
m oinpMhd young
Ah. This union ha been
- f y ehUdra vis. : Jo
rrad. jr., wi Theo
1 1 the promoter of
9 Light company
irn4 on of th
Th funeral will be held on Tuesday
at 1 p. m., from his late residence, and
under the auspices of Masonic lodge.
No. 641, of Nantlooke, and the Shtawnese
lodge of Plymouth, of which the de
ceased was a member.
SENATOR QUAY IX TOWN.
II Ppeads th Afteraooa at the Valley
Senator Quay reached here yesterday
shortly after dinner and was driven, to
the Wyoming Valley house. He was ac
companied by ex-l'r.tted States Mar
shal Harrah and a few other of his ad
herents. After dinner he was called
upon by a number of Republicans, some
of whom were personal adherents while
others who paid thi'lr respects are op
posed to him l.t his present contest.
Among those who had cor.rerer.ces with
him were ex-Cor.grissinan Shonk and
ex-Postmaster Armttrons. of Plym
outh: Colonel Harry Laycock, of Wy
oming: County Treanurer Iteed, of Ash
ley; Dr. Stmdovant. Colonel Lnclar,
Hon. W. S. Wells. Illrsch and oth
ers of Wllkes-Marre.
The r 1 vi tor wns ur.usurtlly rommuni
caiiveand expresned himself quite hope
ful of success in his buttle for the leud
eMli!p of tho party, lie pointedly de
nlod that he c-mtemplated tintaitimliliiK
any of the governor's appolntet'S to the
Superior cout t jud;;eshls In the coa
Ihk state oo.-.ver.tivi for nomiu-itlon,
and talked us though he wduIJ much
prefer to have ptjco in the party If that
The senator an.l his forty left for
Soranton a: 0 o'el n-k lat evenliiir. but
will return this evenlni? and probably
remaii durli g the greater part of Tues
day, wluc, dotibtlcs, many more Ke
pitblicans will call to teo him. That
Quay 1 very much In earnest In his
pn-sent tight Is made evident at once
to those who come !: contact with him.
He Is lighting to retain hi hold on the
leadership of the party In riwnsylva-
ir.'.a. and his status a? a leader In na
tional politics la also at stake.
Quay's adherents are evidently deter
mined to rut up a stiff flg-ht In every
one of the six legislative districts of Lu
zerne, and his friends count on raptur
ing the delegates tic three of them, and
u:ile?3 Hastings' frlen.ls get In active
work they may have trouble In some of
the other three.
BEFORE THE .MAYOR.
Some Bad Men Appear and Get Tlielr
The mayor had a lively rush of busi
ness yesterday. Tho first prisoner was
William S. MeXiUlre, who was former
ly an engineer on the Valley, and took
a. rromlinent part during the strike. He
has been living with Alice Phillips, at
66 South Canal street, for some time,
but latrly she mad? him k-tave the
house. On Friday night he returned,
and finding: a man named William
Klinger, of Nantlcoke, thre, at once
raised a fuse. He struck Alice in the
face and knocked her down end then
turned on Klinger, but that young man
was blowing vigorously on a police
whtotle and MoGulre tried to escape.
Before he could do so he was arrested
and locked up. The woman appeared
against him, with a much damaged
countenance. MoGulre, In his defense.
said It was all a conspiracy against
htm. In default of $300 ball he was
sent to Jail.
Several Arabians who had fought
earlier In the week were next. Hike
John had sworn out a warrant against
Mike and Ellas Saba for threatening
hla life. The dfendunts were repre
sented by Attorney E. A. Lynch, but
the mayor decided it would be safer to
put Mike Saba, under $300 bail and John
Saba under $M0 bail for their appear
ance at court.
Edward La.hr was arrested yesterday
morning for stealing a briar pipe from
Majt RMmeburgT's tore. on South
Main street. While looking at the
pipes he snatched one and ran. Rhine
burger and hla family followed shout
ing thief. Lahr was captured at South
street and sent to jail.
John Fainter was up for assaulting
hi mother and sister, by striking them
in the face. The evidence showed him
to be a bid mm, end he was commit
ted to Jail. While the 'squire was writ
ing out the commitment, however,
Painter broke away from Constable
Lyona, and he was not caught.
Peter Dougherty is another man
whom the mayor would like to eee. He
bid some trouble with Austin Tllley on
Saturday night, and In the scrap that
followed, Dougherty hit RUf-y with a
cane, nearly fracturing the skull. Then
he escaped and Is still at Urge.
Edward McOuiggaro Is In Jail for
pointing' a nhotgun losded with buck
ehfrt at Mr. Oecrg! Baiirs. Had a by
stander not srei tched ths weapon away
he might have kllle-i her. The woman's
husband will carry the case to court. '
TRIED TO KILL HIS WIFE.
Jacob Morganstein Is Wanted by the
Anthorltlos of Kingston.
Jacob Morganstein Is wanted by tho
authorities of Kingston for trying to
kill his wife, who Is now at 'home with
a fractured skull. On Saturday Jake,
his wife and their son, a boy of 5 years,
went for a walk, the husband Incident
ally to hunt, as he carried a shot gun.
They reached a pond in the neighbor
hood and the hunter, tired with the
walk, lay down to sleep. Before golngin to
dreamland Morgansteini old his wife If
she was there when he awoke he would
blow her brains out. Mrs. Morgan
stein, somewhat In fear her husband
would put his threat Into execution,
About 9 o'clock that night Jake came
home. Recognizing his wife he rushed
forward and swinging the gun over his
head It crashed heavily on rhe woman's
skull. She fell with scarcely a moan.
Tho little son and a daughter who Is
THE SECRET OP BEAUTY of the
1 complexion, hands, and hair, In thou
sands of instances, Is found in the perfect
action of the Pores produced by CUTI
OURA SOAP. -
fi!S) B!a5iS fceaTrsepfc alMliarb. faT""
older mad an outcry and th neighbor
hood was aroused, and Morganstein
believing tie tiad killed Ma wife, fled
In the darkness.
Mrs, (Morganstein' Injuries were at
tended to by a physician, but It la not
known how they will result Morgan
stt in has always been a bad character,
and threats are made of lynching If he
is caught In the mountains back of
Kingston, where It I thought that he
HURT IN THE MINES.
An Explosion at Ulea Lyoa Harts Seven
A severe explosion of gas occurred
Saturday night and seven men were
badly burned. The men were at work
In th new piano of the deep shaft, do
ing some repairing, when a body of gas
was Igntted from a naked lump. The
explosion hurt these men: Richard
Lure, c-f Xantlccke, miner, aged 50
yi rs; Charles William, miner, of (lien
Lyon, aged 50 years; Richard Staples,
of t1l-n I .yon, miner, aged 5S years
John 1!. Staples, of Cllen Lyon, miner.
aged 12 years.
These four are so badly iiurt that
their recovery is doubtful. Tho others
who were burned are: Stanley Hur
rlt.h, Thomas Rogers and Leroy Allen
tlire ? laborers. These will nil probably
recover, although the burns of all? es
pecially Roger and Allen, are quite ae
At the Woodward colliery, near Ply
mouth. James Middle ton and John Hol-
lornii were badly burned by an explo
sion of gas.
KollcU Down a Mountain.
Oeorge Peteroskl, aia 11-year-old boy
of Nac tlooke, was fatally Injured Satur
day by falling down a mountain. He
had gone out to pick huckleberries and
reached what is known as Kaglcs Nest,
a steep cliff at 'the top of the mountain.
In some manner he got too mear the
edge and fell over, rolling down 300 feet
to the road below, where he was found
bleeding ar.d unconscious. He was car
ried to his home and died soon aftur.
It Is said that the front of the Peo
ple's bark bulldimg will be changed as
soon as 'their k'ase with Mr. Cohen ex
pires. Tho now Maxwell ghaf t of the Lehigh
and Wllkes-Barre Coal company, at
Ashley, Is finished at last. It 1 the
biggest mine shaft in the world.
Ueorge Mulherti'. who U well known
In this city, was killed on Saturday by
being run over by a Lehigh Valley
traki at Jersey City.
C. M. Labar died on Saturday night
at his home on Park avenue; of a com
plication of diseases.
The funeral of William Hoyt, who
was killed by being kicked In the head
by a horse, took place from his home on
South Wellas street yesterday after
noon. The body was taken to Hunt
ington, township for burial.
The monthly pay days of the Lehigh
and Wilkes-Barre Coal company will
begin on Wednesday, at the Empire
The remodeled Second National bank
will soon be ready for occupancy. It
will be one of the handsomest bank tn
Rev. J. Jones, A. M., pastor of the
Primitive 3eithodiat church, ho ar
ranged an Interesting series of lectures
for the summer months, entitled "Ten
Hours with, the Masses." The services
will begin at 6.30 p, m. The lecture
will deal with live, every-day questions,
alternated each Sabbath with "Immor
telles of Sacred Song." Brief historical
account of each hymn and Its compos
er will be given. John Blease will be
musical conductor, and J. T. Blease,
Andrew Mitchell, an employe of th
Argus office, had his hand squeezed
quite badly on Friday, while working
on the large press.
At the recent meeting of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary society of the
Methodist Episcopal churoh the follow
ing officers were elected: President,
Mrs. J. R. Wagner; vice-president, Mrs.
M. A. Flock; second vice-president,
Mrs. A. P. Holllster; third vlce-presl-dent,
'Mrs. A. Wheeler; secretary, Mrs.
.V. E. Hasklns; treasurer, Mrs. D. C.
Terrell; corresponding secretary, Mr.
E. C. Kellum.
A. P. McDonald, of this place, left
on Friday to Join the teachers' excur
sion to Denver. He will visit cities In
Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming, and
return about Sept. 1.
Mr. Williams, Mrs. Adam, Misses
Frances and Lizzie Betth, of Plttston;
Mrs. George Llbeirshlre. of Bingham-
ton, and Frank flelth, of Columbus, O.,
ripen Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Carrie MnDonakl and Maggie
Rennlman will attend the Christ tan
Endeavor convention ihcld In Boston
Rev. A. J. Weisley, pastor of the
Longcllffe Presbyterian church, deliv
ered n eloquent sermon at the men's
mecltlng of the Young Men's Christian
association yesterday afternoon In
iMIns H. A. Qulnih will attend the La
dles' Catholic Benefit association con
vention In Rochester on July 14.
Miss B. Dompsey accoiranled by her
cousin, John Leary, of Waukasha, WI.,
are visiting friends In. Bcranton and
St. Mary's congregation held an en-
Joyablo Inwn festival on th ground
in Hihe rear of the church on Saturday
evening. Refreshments were served
and some choice selection were ren
dered by the Liberty band. A goodly
sum was realized.
ChaTle (McAlplne, of 'Marathon, N.
Y., arrived here on hla wheel on Satur
day. He will spend a few weeks with
friends in town.
Mrs. Ilyndman and daughter, Sirs.
Miller, of Kingston, spent Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bandera, of
AN INAPT PRAYER.
A minister's caret? slip during a fune
ral service Is reported by 4ha Indianapolis
Journal. It was th funeral of a woman
who left a tiiutband and family and natur
ally the minister's sympathies wore
aroused. H prayed for the mourners In
dividually and collectively, for each child
and for the husband especially, but a look
of horror spread over the face of th
audience when he said: "And now, O
Lord, we pray thee to raise up somo one
who shall take this dear sister's plae to
her husband and In th family circle."
Then, evidently, th force of his own
words struck him, and he gav an apolo
getic cough and went on: "Ahem, that Is
to say, rata up some, on who shall take
her place In the community and la church
work." But some of hi hearer war
unkind enough to aocus him of praying
for m second wlf for the widower.
Th Plttstoa one of th tcranton
Tribune has been opened by H. W. Cruser.
aent, at No. i Williams street, where con
tribution of news, complaints of non-delivery,
order for Job work of all descrip
tion, should b addressed and regular
ubecrtpilona received. Advertising and
subscription rate cheerfully submitted.)
John Trry waa arrested Saturday
afternoon at th Luiem County Fair
association ground on a charge of as
sault and battr i.d resisting an offi
cer. Th arreat created enation as
a ball gam we In grogr t th
Urn. Th officers wr hired to keep
order and prevent boys from coming In
over the fenc. Offlcr Metcalf discov
ered a boy entering by th back fenc
and went to him and attempted to take
him to the president of th association,
siha was on the grounds. o that he.
the president, might dispose of him as
he wished. The boy respited and the
iffleer irraaned him about the body anu
curried him. at which a portion of the
crowd hissed. Shortly after Terry ana
his party left the grand tnnd and on
tho way to the gate offered an Insult to
tho oflleer at which he replied with a
ri-nrlmnnd. at which. It Is claimed that
Trrv struck Metcalf III the face. The
officer then attempted to put Terry
under arrest, when Terry armed him
self with atones and was about to
strike the i'Weer a second time when
Chief of Police Brando, of Exeter bor
ough, appeared on the scene, and, draw
ing his revolver, shot at Terry. At tnis
Terry, forgotten by his friends, took
to his heals, hotly pursued by Brando
and Metcalf. The chlet fired twice
more, each time calling to Terry to
halt, which he did. He was taken be
fore Burgess MoCawlrv. who fined him
only the costs, this being his first of
fence. The Champions won another victory
from the Wllkes-Barre team Saturday
by a score of 28 to 9 at the Luzerne
County Fair association grounds, West
Plttston. The Brewery Hills started
with a strung game, which they held
until the third inning, when the rooters
bunched their tilts for four two baggers
and five runs. Thla discouraged the
visitors who apparently let the game
go as It pleased. The gam became
very tiresome and uninteresting, as
Plttston did nothing but sweep up the
Brewery Hills. The poor playing of the
Wllkes-Barre team is attributed to the
statement that only four of their play
ers were present, the other five ibelng
unable to attend. At the eleventh hour
Captain Hoater, of the team, was no
tified, and not wishing to disappoint
his Plttston friends, enlisted any who
would assist him. -
' For second-hand household goods,
call on Wright A Co., 97 South Main
street. Goods exchanged bought or
Miss Minnie Saunders, of Dunmore,
Is the guest of Mis Belle Fordham, on
M. A. Myers, of Inkerman, a popular
young law student In Attorney P. A.
O'Boyle' office, has placed himself in
the field m his district for election as
delegate to the Democratic county con
vention, which convenes at Wllkes
Barre, July 22.
Rev. 8. Ross McClements. Ph. D.. left
this morning on Lehigh Valley train for
New York city. He will Ball from that
city Wednesday, aboard steamer "City
or raris," for Europe, where he will
remain about six weeks. The greater
portion of his time will be spent with
nis mother in Ireland.
Daniel Balrd spent Sunday with his
parents In Inkerman.
It I Getting 80 Nowadays That Oh I
Almost Afraid to Eat.
A writer In the Atlantln Mnnthlv v
presses alarm at the number of fatal
diseases that are liable to contract by
eating the thing that form our dally
revast. .H nntlraa thai hiirh
authority on dietetics says that lemons
win prolong one' lire. Another savi
tcmatoes will shorten life; that the in
sidious cancer lurks in every ovule of
"At.u now." says he. "the learnn.-l
savants tell us that even In the suc
culent and delicious oyster grim death
lie concealed. How w have managed
to live so long and eat ao many oysters
must remain matters of startllna- anr.
prise. In doing ao, we hava uncon
sciously Impeded the work of the Inves
tigator, ami seriously trifled with one
Whose tieauttful experiments In .harbor.
lology are at one the Joy and delight of
"Beans will mroduce their ihnit amoiu
upon frames too weak to resist their se
ductive encroachments. anil waa
whether split or whole, yellow or green,
will provoke calamltlous consequences.
The crab, the prawn, and the lobster vie
wim one another in tormenting the in
ner min, so to speak, and the shrimp
Inspires visions that are hideous. Tnn
mnjch meat, say one, makes men
vicious and cross. Trip and onions
proouce in some the bovine quality;
and, though the sausage possesses a
distinct charm of Its mvn II inn h
power to make disturbances In other
wise haippy home. Its twin-brother,
me numour-proaucing bologna, may be
eaten cold without alarm: hut Imnriun.
intent makes him restless, and gives one
mat tired feeling. Pork suggests
trichinosis and th trick of the Circe.
Fish Wlll Stimulate the hlnml fill van
with the king of th tribe salmon, we
ar never quit safe. Th eruptive
Qualities of the rash nitn.,1
familiar to be questioned.
"Alas! what are we to eat, what are
we to forgo? Vegetables have their
devotees: hut In the Vlf? tt tl T PI afi tm
gluten; In th fiery horse-radish there
are tne seeas or indigestion and Indigna
tion; In the cabbage or the cauliflower
there Is often agony, A new diet, sure
ly, needed. If we must knot, wllh
th progress of cclenc and th results
of th Investigation of th doctors.
ine 01a rooas must go. They have killed
to many. An anneal to tha firanrt
of Worms might be made for succor,
but do w not know that even th worm
On Sunday from my window seat,
X gaas across th ahady street .
With fond emotions,
Until, at last, Ens comes out
With downcast eyes and mien devout, ,
And goes to her devotion.
"Dear girl," I algh, "o good and fair,'
Thla la my one unanswered prayer
That you, who lor to labor
In Christian work, may understand,
And forthwith heed tha stern command
, That bids you love your neighbor I"
Our new store, at 124-126
Wyoming avenue, formerly
occupied by Gorman's Grand
Depot, and which will be
known as THE LEADER,
will be opened to the public
next Saturday morning, July
We have purchased the en
tire stock of Mr. Gorman, and
while that would be considered
plenty for an ordinary dry
goods store, it was not near
large enough nor varied
enough for THE LEADER.
Vre went to New York, and
as it was practically the end
of the dry goods season theie
all the stores taking stock
and not doing any more busi
ness the jobbers and manu
facturers were glad enough to
sell us an immense stock at a
good deal lower figure than
even the largest of the large
New York stores got their
stock for earlier in the season.
We got these goods so cheap,
in fact, that in almost every
instance we cau afford to sell
goods for less money than the
average firm bought theirs for
a couple of months earlier.
We are going to do our best
to give the people of Scranton
and vicinity a really first-class
dry goods, fancy goods and
millinery establishment our
bnsiness experience has all
been with the large New York
houses, and we propose to
transact our business upon
Politeness is a great thing
in the dry goods business
in fact the people demand it
and must have it, and will not
patronize a store whose em
ployes are not obliging and
painstaking, Our employes
will be found to be highly effi
cient and polite we will not
have any who are not. Any
one who visits our store,
whether as customers or mere
ly to look around and see
what kind of a store we have,
will be assured of marked at
tention on the part of every
one of our employes. This
is a point we will insist on.
In short, we are going to
have a strictly modern dry
goods store, with new goods,
new methods, new ideas ana
painstaking with all our cus
tomers. In consequence of the late
nuss of the Hcuson our mil.
lincry stock will not be
complete until fall. What
ever stock of Htitn mer mil.
Ilncry we now have on
hand will he sold at 25
cents on the dollar.
Our new store, THE
LEADER, will be opened to
the public on next Saturday
morning, July 13.
The general public is cor
dially invited to attend and
inspect our mammoth stock.
IS THE GREATEST ON RECORD.
Printed Habutai Silks.
Their actual worth is from 75c. to $1.00 per yard. Our former sale price
was 37 but they go now at
We have added many new patterns to the assortment, and you are bound
to concede that ours is the cheapest Silk Sale ever inaugurated.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
Mft'H, WHKN 1'All) FUlt, IN .Ml
VANCK. WIK.V A HOOK AO'OI'NT
IH MADE, NO CIIAU'UC WILL HI2 LKSH
THAN 2a CKNTB. THIS HULK AP.
I-Lll'S TO R.MAI. L WANT AL-tf, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
AnB INSlSKTiJD FI'.EK.
Kelp Wanted Male.
1 imin can li'arn f a flux mitlun by oil-di-Mwiiid
WILLIAM U.l'LATr, '-'J Kim
Stiu.it, Canulen, .N. J.
,'ANTED- WELL KNOWN MAN IN
'I nvi-ry town to nolii.-lt atomic milmerip
tions: a inunopiily: Iriis motwy for nuoiiu: uu
capital ioiiirMl. EDWAUU C. F1HH CO,
bin-dim Iiluck, Chicago. 111.
SALESMEN - RKWDENT SALESMEN
vj wuntt-d, acquainted with the lwal und
insrtiy drii ami aroevry trada, to handle our
lino of high cradx Hiram. Address, living
rerorouct-s, J. ELWAKD COWLK3 Co., 1U
C'lianiljurs stroet, N. Y.
Hclo Wanted Females.
7 ANTED MIDDLE-AOEI J WOMAN AS
t cook in hutol; suitalilu salary. Addreas,
with references. Box 1UV8. Plymouth, P.
7ANTED OIRLS TO LEARN DRESS-
miking. AIKS. TU1IU', Adams ave-
YV" ANTED IMMEDIATELY -TWO F.NER
tV yetio saleswomen to raproi-nt us.
Guarantied pi a dny without Interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Writo
for particulars, Inclo-iinR stamp. Mango Chem
ical Company, No. 72 Juhu street. New York.
Wanted To Rent.
OFKICE8 1N COMMONWEALTH UU1LC
ing; one suite, 4 rooms, if raults; three
suites, 1 rooms, with Tault in each; poaaesainn
Auttnot I. Inquire rooms 19 and 20, Common
wo-.lt U Building.
WANTED-J1Y JULY 4. AN OFFICE AND
twn rooms for light housekeeping; un
furnished; answer toon, stating terms. DR. E
Z1EULEK BOWER, Delta, York County, Pa.
OFFICES TO LET, DESK ROOM TO LET
and Assembly Hall to let D. B. BEP
LOQLE, 4(18 Spruce street.
FOR RENT-A LARGE, 4-BTORY BUILD
ing at 133 Franklin avenue; suitable for
wholesale business. CAKSON A DAVIES,
FOR RENT BIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna avenue. Address THOMAS
E. EVANS, acar lis; Luserne, Hyde Park.
."OR RENT-NICELY FURNItSHED HALL
suitable for ludire rooms. JOHN JEli-
M YN, 11!) Wyoming ovenue.
I1 7W Jefferson avenue; all improvements;
full lot at cost. Call at premises.
lOR BALE-NEW HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
X1 smalll lot Inquire frr Van Auker, Bee
mer'a restaurant. Franklin avenue, Call to
day. rpHK HOME FOR THE FRIENDLESS OF
1 fer their property on thx west sldo of
Adams avenue, between Pine and Oibo:i
atrevtx. oon.lntlng of Ave forty font lots, mak
ing a Irontaite of two hundred feet on Adams
avenue by one hundred and fifty feet in depth,
improve I, with a Urge threo story frame
house, I'llco, thirtv thousand dollars.
EZRA II. RIPPLE.
WILLIAM T. SMITH.
I1ENKY A. KNAPP.
Ad vl-ory I 'ommltteo.
IIA1HY YOUNG FOLK.
Mr. 8oflly Kr Miss Ethel, there Is
somothlng I er particularly wnnt to uny
to you. Kr when could I have a minute
with you alone?
Miss Ethel Oh, I'll arrange -that. Some
thing from Wagner, please, Lucyl Now,
Mr. Softly! Boston Budget.
"And you say your father Is Interested
In me?" said Mr. Btnlnte, greatly pleased.
"He seems so," she answered. "He's
worried about your health,"
"Yea. He think you have insomnia,"
Clara What's the matter, dear?
tiora It's too much to bear. Mr. Faint
heart hasn't proposed yet.
Clara Hut you told ma you wouldn't
Dora Of course 1 wouldn't. But after
all tho tlme I have wanted on him, I think
ho might at least give me a chance to re
fuse him. New York Weekly. .
She May I suggest an occasional change
In your style of dancing?
He Certainly! what change do you de
sire? She You might step on my right foot
now and then. My left has about all It
can etand. Truth.
"Charley," she asked, as they eat looking-
at the game, "how many talis maks a
He looked Ions; and auspiciously at her,
then averted his face and slipped Into It
another clove. Cincinnati Tribune.
"Jeremiah," aatd the new woman se
verely, "here's a memorandum In your
pocket whtrh show you have been buy
ing sugar stock."
"Yea, my dear," replied the new man,
"Do you think that we can afford such
folngson as this?"
"No, dear, I suppose we can't but T
couldn't help buying it, K looked like
such a bargain." Washington Star.
A Theological Qnostlon.
From tha Philadelphia Record.
Sunday School Teacher-Johnnie, what
do you understand by the future atateT
Johnnie Please ma'am, I gueaa tt'a.
aV at 4
THE SCRANTON BEDDING CO
v Special Notice. Lawyers.
VOWE 'ONAND AFTER MAY 1. I WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
.,,lInl1", n,ontnlJr a'""? 'oow- and Councilor, at IV Republican
gftSrwlSTaWK W"hlD"ton avenue."..
Hyde Hark, Providence. Dickaon Olyoliant Ifl ,
Peekvllle, Arcubald, Jermyn. Exhibitions JESSUPS HAND. ATTORNEYS AND
given on Wednesday and Friday of each Counsellors at law, Commonwealta
week during the month, the rates for adver- Building, Washington avenue.
tia;ng are $10 per month. Addreas E. H. W. H. JESS UP,
Call, Tribune office, eity. HORACE K. HAND.
rinHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAK." .,. WLJKSSUP, JR.
X You want this relic. Contains all of PATTERSON & WILCOX. ATTOR.
Frank Letdie'a famouiold War Pictures, show. eys and Counsellors at Law; offices I
ing the forces in actual battle, sketched on the d I Library building , Srranton. Pa.
spot Two volumes, Ztui plcturea Bold on RO SWELL H. PATTERSON,
eaay monthly payment. Delivered by ax- . WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
Tl LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, UAOA- health building. Rooms 19. 20 and 21.
sines, etc. bound or r.l.Aiinfl at. Tn.
TuiBUKk office. Quick work. Ueaaonable
a nrt;TaDtviMr r..Fv. ....,.
sal Hair Curlers and Wavers (used with
out beat), and "Pyr Pointed"flair Pins. Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box iM. New York.
ANTKD - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our Una. na tMwidlin Ka1
ITS per month and expenses paid to all. Qeods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P, O. Box, 4JU&,
AUCTION SALE OF SHOW CASES. COUN
ten. shelving, drawers, combination gas
and electric fixtures, bottles, etc., at Phelps'
Drue: Store, corner Wvnmine- avenue and
Spruce street, ilonday afternoon, July t, at 3
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
O man. ID yerrs of age; is willing to work a'
most anything; fair penman; can furnish good
rt-ierences. m. u. xnoune.
rOU NO LADY DHSIRE8 POS.TION AT
almost anything: is a good housekeeper
and well educated. Addreas C J., Scranton
A YOCNO MAN.WELLRECOMMENDED,
.nun inmiuna unsuer, or general re
pair man on wood or Irun; has had experi
ence: first-class habits, Addreas Box 2A
(Lrk's Summit, Pa.
SITUATION WAN I ED-BY A WOMAN TO
k ao wasmng, snrutihing or cleaning offices,
uu. tn. a. w, Mif duum aiain ave.
SITUATION WANTED - BY A BOY IS
years old; experience in grocery store.
uririiig or ciersing. AO areas J. 4. L, 1U17
UTANTED-A POSITION BY AN K.YPERI
enced bookkeeper; Al references. Ad
dress Lock Box W7, city.
LAniRMI CVt'.citers LikS yf..-l Wtl
irw.!4 W, are the Beat.
la U.l'." " iitttih -t Ma. I. , " i'rarfHfc
Chichester CbtBfeciu tti.. I'ulliuu., I k.
Physicians nnd Surgeons.
DR. Q. EPOAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to 618 Spruce street, Scramon, Pa.
(Just opposite Court House Square.)
DR. KAY, 206 PENN AVE. ; 1 to P. M.j
call 2062. Dis. of women, obstrctrice and
Slid all dls. of chtl.
dr7 A. j.connell76fficb3oi
Washington avenue, cor. Spruce street,
over Frnncke's drug stroe. Residence,
722 Vine St. Office hours: 10.30 to 11 a.
m. and 2 to 4. and 6.20 to 1.90 p. m. Sun
day. 2 to S p. m.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. (11 North WajMngtaa
DR. C. L. FREY, PRACTICE LIMITED
diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat: otllce, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence, 62 Vine street.
DR. I M. OATES. 125 WASHINGTON
avenue. Office hours, ( to a. m., 1.30
to t and T to ( p. m. Residence 3t Madi
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT, PORCELAIN,
Rrldare and Crown work. Office, iSi
C. C. LA V BACH. BURGEON DBNTIST.
No. 116 Wyoming avenue.
R. M. 8TRATTON, OFFICE COAL KX
O. a CLARK CO., SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 146 Washington ave
nue; green house, 1850 North Mala ave
nue; atore telephoe 781
SCHOOL OF THB LACKAWANNA,
Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls
for collge or business; thoroughly
tralna young children. Catalogue at ie
guest Opena September 1. -
" . REV. THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. BUELL
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and Bcnooi, i. aaami avenue, open.
Hec-t-1". nuioergwrten aie per term.
J IAR Ml LACK A-
r on. Pa, manufao-
6o2 and 604
i) Lack Aire., Cor. Adams.
I FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-
I I U TO T)W,M r. . ' . ..I T" , -
... ..wuj v, ,vu .uuanice, Derail
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY.
at-Law, rooms (3, M and 65. Common
SAMUEL W7"EDGAR, ATTORNEY-AT.
Aaw. vmce. .17 spruce St., Scranton, Pa.
.V WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawana ave., Scranton. Pa
UR1E TOWN SEND, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Dime Eank Building. Scranton.
Money to loan la large sums at 6 per
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT
law. Commonwealth bulldins. Scran
CCOM EGYS. 521 SPRUCE STREET
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
B. F. KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 Wyoming ave.. Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY AT
law. 45 Commonwealth bld'g. Scranton.
J. M. C RANCK. 136 WTOMINOAVE.
EDWARD H. DAVIS. ARCHITECT.
Rooms 24. 25 and X, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICE
rear of 6ut Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT.
435 Spruce st, cor.Wosh.ayetl Scranton.
BROWN MCRRI8, ARCHITECTS.
Price building, 126 Washington avenue,
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. JONES BROS.
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
on easier terms and pay you better on
Investment than any other association.
Call on S. N. Callender, Dime Bank
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address K. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulberl'e
MEGARGER BROTHERS, PRINTERS
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twtne.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave.. Scran,
FRANK P. BROWN A CO., WHOLE
sale dealers in Woodware, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms 11 and 2ft,
Williams Building, opposite postofflc.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK
lin avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZIEGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. W.
passenger deot. Conducted on the
buropean plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St and Irving Place,
Rates, 3.n per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. AN ABLE,
Pioneer of the hotel cen
(m in Kew VnrW ell.
Noted for Its auperb loca
Inn .IttMi-ln. MAInt and
excellent cuisine aervlce. The Standard
Hotel for giving sunn valub run
THB PRICK than any first-class hotel la
. i.i Va-i-tf 1 ' ntr. I Park. Rftth anil
09th sts., Plasa Square and Fifth avenues
reacnea uy any uinuv.it
crosktown cars at 69th St., which latter In
tersect all surface and elevated roads;
terminal station 6th ave. L road within
half a block. Absolutely Fireproof.
American ana Buropean pin. vnnsmi
. - lnA , , .1 la wanrt.laail anil f l-tfi. n
on the premises, and eertliled as to purity
by Prof. Chandler.. V. A. HAMMOND.
TUG WINDSOR HOTEL
(Occupying an entire block on Fifth Avenue
between 46th and 47th Sta)
HIWK I WETHERBEE, PROPRIETORS.
Th American and Eeropean Plan.
Rooms with Board,
$4.00 and upward per day.
Rooms without Board,
$1.50 and upwards par day.
The cuisine and service aaaurpaased.
The Latest and Moat Approved Ban! tar
Newly dec rated aad rarnrnlsbad.
Five Mlaatsa1 Walk froat Uraad Caatral
. . atattoa. . .