The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, August 02, 1895, Page 2, Image 2

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    Tins " BCHANTOIT" TMBUlfE FRIDAY ' MOIINIITGK AUGUST ' 2, 1895.
WiIkesBafre.
(The Tribune hu opened a branch of
fice at No. 29. Lanlng building. Public
Square, Wllkea-Barre. It la the purpose
of the publisher! to 1m ue a newspaper as
valuable to the general public a the met
ropolitan dailies, and deliver It to the peo
ple throughout northeasten Pennsylvania
from three to five hour earlier than the
Philadelphia and New York paper can
reach them.
KO RIGHT TO SERVE THE STATE
Several Prominent Member of the Mat-
. Regiment Discharged by Their Employ
era for Attending Stat Camp.
A number of member of Company
E. of the Ninth regiment, located at
Parsons; have been discharged from
thete- positions because Hhey attended
camp with the regiment. as they 'wtre
obliged to. The men discharged were
Nelson Slranbergr, captain of Company
E. who haa held the position of mine
foreman In the ivlaware and Hudson
Coal company's Laurel un mine for
ten vars, and who toast for the tst few
month been inside foreman of the Del
aware and Hudson company1 now
opening above the Laurel Hun mine.
He Is counted one of ithe best mine ex
perts in the county. He wa notified
of his discharge soon after hi return
honio, and the other men received notloe
when they reported for work, one or
two being allowed to work the three
first days of this week. Mr. Stran
berg" position will bv tilled for the
present by Thomas Stonen. of the Con
yngham mine, located in this city. The
other men discharged are AVHl Tero and
W illiam Ktllgallon. wvo were drivers.
They are privates In Company E. Aus
tin Ptimlo. mason, who la corporal
attached to the hospital corps: Harvey
Jenkins, nason, central In Company
R; Hugh Evan mason, a corporal In
Om;arry E: Thoma Francos, driver,
a. corporal, and Gua N-elaon. laborer, a
private. Anothor employe named Rich
ard Evan, who 1? not connected with
the militia, was also discharged.
No reason has been (riven for the dis
charge of these men. AH are reliable
men an 1 no fault has ever been found
with their work. In case of a atrife
where violence is attempted the very
corporations that have dealt this slap
t th militia would be the ftrst to call
for their services,
TO RECOVER WITNESS FEES.
A Legal Setto ia the Office of Alderman
Pa Is.
Mrs. Barbara Thomas brought suit
yesterday momtt:g before AWernuim
bavls to recover $2.05 witness fees
which the commissioners refused to
pay. Attorney .Moore appeared for the
county and Attorney Martin for the
plaintiff. Like yesterday" ball game.
It wa a battle of pitcher with the at
t'Vney occupying the points. iM.xre
tried to strike out Martin and couldn't,
but the straight delivery of the latter
was oo . much for the little attorney
from the town of miils. and toe fanned
the wind every time. The tatter grew
wrathy and come hard wames were
pass!. Mr. Martin sold that the legal
Ignorance of Mr. Moore was responaiiile
for the court house muddle, and Mr.
Moore retorted by calling Mr. Martin
a "muttefchead." Mr. Martin said If
the diminutive Mr. Moore wouM step
outside, be (Mr. Martin) would aid the
Town Improvement society by cleaning
up the street wtth his (Mr. Moore's) per
son. Mr. Moore advised Mr. Martin to
go to the north pel to cool off, and Mr.
Martin told Mr. Moore to go to another
P5a.ce equally noted for its cMmate. Hos
tilities were finally suspended add the
attorney separated.
HELD FOR COURT.
John I'rfeaa to A as war Alleged Charge of
Misappropriating Fund.
The Blackman mine murder of a,
short time ago was forcibly recalled
yesterday in a ease trie before Alder
man Davison. When Anthony Zemtls,
the man accused of the crime, was re
manded to Jail, he confided 1104 to the
care of his best friend, John Urban, a
fellow-countryman and a boarder in
the same house. Recently Zemtls sus
pected that Urban desired to retain the
money for hi own personal use, and
he Instructed another friend to procure
the money from Urban. V.'hen the
friend demanded the money. Urban re
fused to give It up and suit wa
brought. John MoOahren appeared for
Urban, and James L. Lenahan for the
prosecution. A number of witnesses
were examined and Urban was held in
1-iOO bail for appearance at court.
Urban was) known to be without a
cent previous to the Franklin mine
tragedy, when he was) arrested. After
being released he deposited 1170 In the
Wllkes-Barre Deposit and Savings
bank. When he was arrested, charged
with unlawfully retaining the money,
he had a hank book whloh he gave to
Attorney John ghea to go hi security.
ANNUAL SHOOTING MATCHES,
Regimental and Brigade Matches to Be
Shot Beginning Aug. 2.
The annual regimental and brigade
rifle- matches will be shot at Mount
Oretna during the week beginning Aug.
26. urlder direction of Colonel Asher
Miner, general Inspector of rlile prac
tice. Each regiment team will consist of
four men and one reserve, and no com
missioned officers eligible .
Teams must arrive and go into camp
Aug. 26. Range open for practice Tues
day. Tents and mattresses will be pro
vided, fcut the men must bring their
own blankets.
The regimental match will be shot
Thursday, Aug 29; skirmish match
Friday, Aug. 30; 'brigade match Satur
day, Aug. 31.
A team to represent the state at Sea
Girt Interstate match, Sept. 2, will be
chosen.
The Ninth regiment team will prob
ably be the same a last year Hard
ing, Innes, Everett, Leldner.
In the Courts.
O. F. Shelly, through 111 attorney,
D. I Rhone, a. L. Halsey and J. Q.
Crevellng, brought suit against Sheriff
Walter yesterday for $25,000 damage.
The claim Is based on the ground that
Shelly was in possession of his prop
erty In Plymouth borough, engaged in
mining the coal from some culm banks.
8herlff Walters, so Shelly alleges, levied
on Shelly' machinery and leasehold
and sold Vthem at publlo sale without
the proper) warrant.
Eugene Ward, attorney for Mike Bud
fnsk, brought suit for 1200, against the
Quaker City Mutual Fir Insurance
company. The plaintiffs house was
burned down and the company refuses
to pay the damages.
. .. The Red Man's Exenraloa.
The excursion of the Red Men to
Atlantlo City left yesterday morning
over the Jersey Central ' road with
eleven cars, of whioh wart well filled j
and about two-thirds of the party be
ing ladies. 'Among the excursionists
were: Aldermen J. F. Donohue and
John E. Perkins. Attorney E. F. Mo
Govern and M. H. McAnlff. Daniel F.
and J. L. Behee. James Kinney, of
Plains; and Joseph A. Ansraann. who
will probably be the life of the party
during It trip through to the sea shore.
A Will Filed.
The will of Thomas Mooney, of
Wllke-Barre. wa filed yesterday. He
give to hi wife, Ann Mooney, all hi
estate, real and personal, during her
life time. After her death the estate
to be divided between his children.
Michael. Thoma It. and Mrs. Annie
Conway, and hi step-children, Mrs.
Mary McCormlek. John F. Cavannugh.
and Duvld Cavanaugh. share and share
alike. Mrs. A. IM. Mooney. his wife. Iai
polnted executrix. The estate I valued
at $3,500.
Carried Off the Records.
Union Hose house, of the Nantlcoke
fire- department, wa broken into last
night and the book nd record of the
company, picture, etc.. were carried
awayJ Suspicion rest on mm f ne
well-known men about " "
would be an object to certain person,
to get the records out of the way.
BRIEF NOTES.
An unknown man was allied last
Wednesday night on the Lehigh Val
ley railroad near White Haven, white
trying to board a freight train. The
White' Haven authorities took charge
of the body.
rrofewo Wolfe ha closed hi sum
mer school at Wyoming seminary, after
a successful season of six weeks.
The will f Mrs. Mary A. Small, pro
bated yesterday, leaves her entire es
tate, valued at $2,000. to Bridget Cos-
tello. ,
The city clerk's mortality roll for
July shows ninety-four deaths, of
which thirty were due to cholera In
fantum. , .
The Weat End Wheelmen will hold
their annual moonlight picnic at Moun
taiu Park on Friday evening. Aug. 8.
The delay in repairing the town clock
is owing to making of a new set of Jew
els. It la expected to be In running or
der today.
There will be two band concerts next
week, one on Monday and one on
Thursday evening.
A handsome spaniel dog was run over
on East Market street yesterday and
had its back broken, so that It had to
be killed. -
PERSONAL.
Messrs. Alexander Farnham, I. P.
Hand, and E. H. Chase spent part of
this week In Philadelphia, attending the
state council of the Legion of Honor.
Miss Kathleen Hand is the guest of
friend at the Thousand Islands. She
will also visit In Toledo, O., before re
turning home.
Mis Stella Farnham left yesterday
for Glen Summit, where she will spend
the iremainder of the summer.
Mlssee Harriet Williamson and
Jeanne RIcketts left on Monday to
spend several weeks at North. Moun
tain.
B. F. Cresson, Jr., and J. C. H. Lud
ken wlU spend Sunday with Mr. Cres
aon's parents. In Philadelphia.
TUN KHAN NOCK.
A robust baby boy at the house to
whait makes R. E. EUlings at peace
with ail the world these days.
Miss Mary Macy and Miss Frances
Leightoa left for New York city yes
terday, where they will spend the
month.
Mrs. fi. S. Talte and two children ar
rived from Philadelphia yesterday to
visit her father, B. M. Hall.
The railroad scribe of the Dushore
Review, who Is evidently a railroad
employe himself, hoists the semaphore
signal for the benefit of his brother
railroaders in this wise: "Tunkhan
nock is vigorously alitor the trains that
stand on the road crossings over three
minutes. Engineer Connell, of the lo
cal, who wo at one time one of the bor
ough fathers and helped make this ob
noxious law, was the first to answer
'guilty' and settle $2.60 to Tunk's bur
gess." "A prrttty little concert" was the gen
eral expression bonoelmlng the "Y"
muelcate. ' The programme was carried
out as arranged, and the parts all ac
quitted themselves most creditably. A
feature worthy of tipeclal mention was
the cornet solo hy Harry Mack, whose
proficiency with the horn is rarely
equalled in this eedMon. The financial
results of the entertainment were grati
fying to the society.
Miss Mary Avery entertained twenty
three young ladles at an evening party
Wednesday.
Miss Carrie Sperry, of Sayre, was In
town briefly yesterday, en route to
Dlmook.
The Agricultural society over at
Mansfield are advertising the champion
heavy lifter of the workl as an attrac
tion to their fair. If he Is worth any
thing to lift expenses tSe local society
might take a hint.
Mrs. Samuel flakier and daughter,
Florence, and Mrs. Rlel and daughter,
Bessie, all of Scranton, who are rusti
cating at Falls, were In town yesterday
visiting old acquaintances.
Hon. George W. Cooke has a trophy
In the shape of nine rattles from the
tall of a snake some farmers up Bow
man's Greek were killing Just as he ar
rived on the scene Wednesday. His
snakeshlp was three feet in length.
The attorneys In the Judicial contest
have their ibrlefs nearly prepared and
the court will assemble again at La
porte on Tuesday next, when a lot of
old straw will be thrashed over again
for the edification of the new Judge.
The right of Judge Woodward to skt
In place of Judge Rice will be ques
tioned by both sides, it is said. The
briefs will set forth in detail all the
votes) which the attorneys will ask
to have thrown out and the reasons for
so asking. When the Judge pass upon
the maulers presented, each party will
probably file exceptions to the findings,
and the exceptions win be argued later
on. It Is not Improbable that the case
will go to the Supreme court after this
court ia done with it, on account of al
leged Irregularities dn trying It.
Mr. ' and) .Mrs. Myron Kasson, of
Scranton, Invaded this country yes
terday with the evident purpose of
"outing." . They pursued their way on
up into Susquehanna county.
A big squad of haTd-vlsaged men and
host-haired' women from the moun
tain Utrleta of Sugar Hollow occupied
the office of Justice Xuti yesterday.
There were suits and counter-suits for
nomelesw offense at all sorts, and each
faction swore that they were afraid for
their lives and wanted the other party
ut under tell so keen the -peace. The
justice concluded the matter by bind
ing them over to JalL
AVOCA.
(Miss Fannie Snyder, of Plttston,
spent yesterday with tier friend. Miss
Nettle Druffner.
Rev. J. Malone, of Carbondale. wa
the guest of Rev. J. B. MoCabe yester
day. Mrs. William Webber and daughters
Bessie and Ella are enjoying the sea
breexe at Atlantlo City.
Rev. W. F. Healey. of Alton. 111., re
turned home last evening after pend
ing a few week with friend In town.
Alls Agner Gallagher, of PltUton, re
turned home after spending a few
weeks with friend In town.
Charles Boxley vUlted friends in
Wllkea-Barre last evening.
A young daughter has brightened the
home of Mr. and Mr. James Campbell,
of West Avoca.
Rev. Frederick Gallagher, of Parsons,
spent yesterday with friends In town.
Mr. M. Hrennan, who has been
spending a few month In town, will
return to her home In Philadelphia.
Miss Teresa Battle, of Plttston, was
the guest of the 'Misses Olbbona yester
day. ,
All person desirous of ecurlng
shares In the silk mill fund should con
fer with W. II. Holllster at once. The
necessary amount Is almost secured,
and It Is the wish of the parties con
cerned that the stocks be presented oh
soon a possible.
OLYPHANT
Last evening the rhibmiban' whltwn
rook a nan to CairflKmdaile and return.
Mrs. Kate McAn'drew. of Paterson.
N. J.. 1 vU?ltUug with friends here tho
last iweek.
Yesterday afternoon a llimge crowd
witnessed the Kurnie of twsc ball be
tween Wi-e F. and G.'s and the Mountain
Ikes, in which the latter were vic
torious by a sour of 21 to 9. The Moun
tuln Makes were rtmiewhi't haiid'lcnanx'd
by the absque of Merchant and Wat
kins, but tievvr,t.lKVis put up am. ex
cellent game. A iw-luMulod catch by
Reddlngton -was oroe at the features.
Both clubs will xin together on Aug.
9 for a purse cf $50.
Mrs. TWomaa Lvntfan, of Thlla!
phU, called on friends here yesterday.
.Miss Llzxle Spelcher Is visiting her
paneivts at AtchbaUl.
iMi Iura MeOawJey. of Dansvllle,
N. Y., Is the gueat of iher sister, Mrs.
W. J. Schuume.nl.
Mr. aavJ Mr. Wli'J)vitoffe. of Pak's
Pond, who have been vtoitlr.ig here for
the past week, 'have returned.
The excursion of t. Patrick's
church will take place next Thursday
to Fan-low.
iMlss Ma me O'iMalley mas returned
from a two weeks' visit at Wllkea
Barre. Alice E. Kelly returned yesterday
from a two weeks' vacation at Lake
George and Adirondack mountains.
Kate Kelly, of New street, Bonanton,
Is visiting Mies Alice Kelly, on Dun
more Street.
New consignment of parrots and
canaries at Furgeson's, 130 Franklin
avenue, Scranton.
IMies Gorman, of Mahanoy City, is
visiting Miss Annie Jordan.
Miss Afwnle Francis Lee, of Ashley.
Is visiting Mts Mary E. Martin, of
Delaware street.
Miss Annie l,indy, f Brow ni Hollow,
is the guest of iMies Mary Rogan.
The young ladies of this place are ar
ranging a social, to Oake place in the
near future.
If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used tor over Fifty Year by Millions of
Mother for their Children while Teething,
with Perfect Success. It Soothes the
Child. Softens the Quins. Allays all Pain;
Cures Wind Colic, and Is the best rerae-ly
for Diarrhoea, Bold by Druggists In ev
ery part of the world. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow' Soothing 8yrup." and
Uke no ether kind. Twenty-five cent
bottle. .
HAWLEY.
A force of met are at work laying a
foundation 60 by 100 feet on' Joseph At
kinson' lot, war the stone dock, oppo
site the Hawiey Glassworks, on Which
a building .which is to be of wooden
structure, will soon be erected. It ki
rumored that It is to be used a a fac
tory for manufacturing boxes, and will
nrobalbly furnish employment for forty
men amd boys.
The feettval whioh was fhekJ cm
wnatiiiiv vrsnr at the residence of
iRev. A. W. Cooper, pastor of the Meth-
odlflt Episcopal church, was wen pat
ronized and netted about $35, which
wIM go toward paying off the church
dt'fht.
v. n Taonhereh. of HumtlnKdow. Pa.,
Who has been tine guest of (Mr. and Mrs.
D. James Colgate for several weeiKS,
k'f t for Harrlsburg on Thursday moun-
nig. i
Misses Grace, Annie Gladys and
Master Foster Ware, of New York city,
who were the guests of Mr. amd Mrs.
S. T. Palmer for several weeks, re
turned home on Thursday oming vte
fkramton.
New consignment of parrot and
canaries at Furgeson'e, 130 Franklin
avenue, Scranton.
Miss Elsie Colgate Wft Thursday af
ternoon for WiUkes-Tla e to vlmlt with
fronds at thalb plaice. Beifor return i
ing she will vllt Philadelphia. Miss
Colgate expwt to be gome two weeks.
Mlmt SUraJi iLynn, of tihts place, and
her friend, 'Mis Aw) Gavin, of Pltts
ton, are spending a week v letting
f rlto-nds In 'Honesdato
Mrs. ChaTlew Raoker Visited 'Homes
dale on Thursday.
Itev. J. H. Judlge visited Hotvesdale
yesterdby.
J. H. Thompson visited Honeadafe
yesterday aftermootu
Mr. Malta, who wpnerent ihe Truth
at Horvesdale, was in town on Thurs
day. Mawter George iBldwell, of Arlington,
Pa., 1 spencfinig a few days heme, the
guest of Roy Rolllon.
Mr. amd Mrs. 8. T. "Palimer went to
8c ran ton Thursday to spend the day.
Pimples, blotches.' blackheads,
red, rough, and oily skin, prevented
by Cuticura Soap, the most effect
ive skin purifying and beautifying
soap in the world, as well as pur.
est and sweetest for toilet and nur.
sery. The only preventive of pirn
pies, because the only preventive of
inflammation of the pores,
PITTST0H.
(The PltUton office of the. Scranton
Tribune has been opened by H. W. Cruser,
agent, at No. t Williams street, where con
tribution of news, complaints of non-delivery,
orders for Job work of all descrip
tions, should be addressed and regular
subscriptions received. Advertising and
subscription rates cheerfully submitted.)
At a regular meeting of the select
council last evening the bond of the
city assessor was approved. A bill
passed third reading creating the office
of city clerk and fixing compensation
for the same. A communication was
received from M. J. Dickson, of Avoca,
demanding $13.&0 damages for Injuries
to his buggy, received some time ago
by a collision with a Plttston stone
heap. Dickson had been offered $10 for
the damages but refused to accept that
amount. His case was referred to a
committee.
Word was received from Wllkes
Uarre last evening to tin) effect that
Chief LoftUH and Detectives Mc
Sweeney and Bowers had arrived from
Virginia with George Wlndlsch, the oc
cussed wife murderer. Wlndlsch has
been very talkative since his arrest, and
still protests hlH Innocence. He will
probably be brought to UiIh city for a
formal heurlng today.
George JohwUin. t West Plttstoni.
well known throughout h "te n.
land agent for the pant quarter of a
ctmtury fur the PemnHylvjimia -4
company, resigned yesterday.
Plttston lluslnoss lUrectory.
KOn FIR8T-OI.ABH PMIMRINO CALL
on Wright '.. W Houtu MhIii street.
A new raiiK for stile or exchange; also
aei'iind-haud household goods, bought or
'1' -
MOSCOW.
Mr. and Mrs. Culver ami faimlly, from
New York city, are buardtag ait the
Central hotel.
Miss Nettle Vail left for BoKloni yes
terday, where she will pend a. few
weeks with frlenwl
iMr. amd 'Mrs. H. J. (Roberts spant
Tuoeduy In Serainloti.
(Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Gardner spent
Tuesday In Wcranton.
Mi. Verdon Smith, of NMvolson, re
turned homo on .Monday af Uv etllnir
a few weeks wll'h her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Fordwmuin, Who have
been buurdtaig at the (Vn'tral liotel, re
turned to their home in Ktmlra oni Sat
urday. Washington camp, No. 248, Patrlotlo
Order Sons of A.nwrlca, v tailed Kim
hurst camp on Saturday nlifflnt. Those
who went were Harry Watts, Fred Vain
Brunt. Ed Vain Brunt, Dam Clouse,
John Clouse, C. H. Clouse. J. 13. Love
land, B. J. Camnon, Arthur Depew,
ttoige Dalrymple airtd Edward S. Sayre.
A number of young people went to
Lake Sovella this week 'for an outing.
The following were In the panty: Mrs.
George Boriree, Mis Ella. Pel ton, Miss
Saraih Decker, iMlss AuguHta Ge.uirhart,
Moscow; MlFS Mary Jo-hrson, George
Travis. Galge Dalrymple, Edward
Nichols, Clark's Greon.
A. S. Spencer and Mrs. EHls, of Green
Ridge; Mrs. Wldowfleld and daughter,
Jennie, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mrs.
Jaimes Masters and etm, Spencer, of
Dunimore, called Sunday afternoon on
Mr. amdi Mrs. A. 5 1 1 nils.
SINGER WANTS A DIVORCE.
Lea Van Dyck Seeks Legal Separation
From ilsr Husband.
Yankton, Aug. 1. airs. Lea Davis,
known in the operatic world as Lea
Van Dyck, is .here to aecure a divorce
from her husband, "Harry Dtivls, of
Philadelphia. She dfclaredi today that
she was a pupil of ManchesI, had sung
with Melba, Gerster, Nevada! and oth
ers, and was under 'tie chaperorrage of
Nevada when s.he first appeared' on the
stoge. Her last appearance was in
"Robin Hood."
Mrs.' Davis e plentifully supplied
with funds and Jewelry, and la killing
time 1n teaching a few pupils. .Her
husband Is said to have paid 'her a fly
ing visit lately, and seemed well
pleased at the prospect of an early
separation. Tine prima donna engaged
to sing In the Etpincapall church here
when she first came, but the trustees
opposed her and stia was. not allowed to
ling. Mrs. Davis is accompanied by a
maid, who carries the purse amd exer
cises watchful caro over her distin
guished companion.
THEY BEAT THE PARSON.
Lively Reception Accorded Rev. 8. W.
Jordan by Ills Flook.
Caimdcn, N. J., Aug. 1. Rev. S. W.
Jordan, the pastor of the WrlghtsvHlo
(colored) Met'hodlst Episcopal church,
Just ovw the city line, was tataen aback
last night, when, on entering -Vtut earred
edifice, he was seized by tihe,.nnipe of
the neck and beatan by mnnYbcrs of
his own congregation. Hev. Mr. Jor
da't Hid been aiAra.y on a vacation. He
telegraphed ahead to the trustees of
hie church that he would return Ira tkme
to conduct lawt wetting's services. Ac
cording to promise, he arrived albout 8
o'clock.
Ho had hflTdly reached the nil tar be
fore he felt a wluftik on tihe 'back of his
head. Thietv somebody grabbed him toy
hlsitirousers and jwck, end tumbled him
unceremoniously to the floor, Where
he was severely maltreated. There has
bcen some trouble,' It Ib sold, betweMi
the church end Rw, Mr. Jonluni over
money matters, aiM the brethren took
this forceful method of settling Ithe
dlfllculty.
WILLING TO MARRY HER.
Mr Gallagher ICipreMes Ills Grstltnde to
Ills Savior.
riillaili'liililit, Aug. 1. As a heroic life
saver, Mies Carrie Vaughan, a pmxw
Btswtaig young bcMo of Gladwyn, iMont
gomery county, came 'bravely to the
front at Rone Glen today. John GoiHo
gher, a young .nvan wiho resides In
lower Merlon townwhlp, acclden'lally
fell from the boat latuMnig whllo tohlug
at Rose Glen on the iSohuylkMI. The
water at the Inmdlng In twelve feet deop
and Gallagher was umatole to mvJim. His
struggles In the waiter and1 cries for
help attracted Milw Vawghai who was
walking along tihe river road.
Mhe hastened to his asHlstawe, and
springing Into a (boat, pushed out from
the shore. Afloat on Uhe deep stream
the heroic younig rescuer graped the
drowning man by the ihatr, Just In the
nick of time. With firm grip eihe
towed him safely ashore. iMlss Vaiuigh.
am received the tih&nk of Gallagher
not only, but he offered her Ills heart
and ihand as an evidence of his grati
tude. .
CAVE FULL OF SKELETONS.
Remains of Four Unadred Unman Beings
Found on the White River.'
Yuma, Arlfonoj Aug. 1. On the
White river, eight miles from Camp
Apache, has been found a remarkable
cave. For 800 feet of the distance the
explorers were obliged to orawtoa their
hands and knees, using' candles and
bull's-eye lanterns for light. They found
between 400 and 400 human skeletons,
Indicating the aim of j?ereone who
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Until August 15 vo vill soli our oarly fall capos at about
half the original prices, Wo havo also mado some big
reductions in the prices of suits and soparate skirts.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE, 2o'or!onu8''
ONE CENT
A WORD.
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MltrH. WHEN PAU FOR. IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
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THAN 2S C1SNTH. THIS HVL.K AP
I'LIRS TO HMAIX WANT ADS, EX
CEPT HIT'TATIONH WANTISD, WHICH
AHfcl IN8ERTK1) FREK.
Help Wanted-Male.
need hoo clerk. Apply at Ltarldow's
Shoo Store, 14U Peuu avonue.
WANTKD-A JANITOR KOlt CLUB
hona& Apply to Urooti Rldse Wliwl.
men, corner Handernna eranua ud Urea
Hiilu etreet, Iwtwees 7 and 8 p. m.
1 HOTO TICKET AOENTNDMCTUHE
men can learn nf a flue position by. ad
drRHina WILLIAM U. PLAT1', ',M Elm
struet, Camden, N. J.
ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
vm? town to oliclt stock HubecrlD-
tlons; a monopoly: biir money for aseou: no
capital required. EDWAUUC. FISH CO.,
Burdun Block, Chleago. III.
SALESMEN - RESIDENT 8ALKSMEN
O wnntcd, acquainted with th local and
nearby drug aua grocery trade, to handle our
lino of high gra.lo ciitanv Address, trlvlns
references, J. EDWARD COWLEd CO.. la
Chambers street, N. Y.
Helo Wanted Females.
hntisownrk; (rood watrei. MRS. JOS,
A. MEARrt, SH South Main arenue.
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS
cook in hotel; suitable salary. Address,
with references, Box 10U8. Plymouth, Vu
AN T EDTm ME DWTTslY TWoTe N E R
gotio aalestvomnn to represent ns.
Guaranteed ti a day without interfering: with
other duties. Healthful occupation, write
for particulars, int-loaing stamp. Mango Chem
ical Company, No. 72 John street. New York.
For Rent.
WW.
i;OH RENT TWO PLEASANT FRONT
V roomx. unfurnished, with or without
board, at I'M Adams ave.
OrFICES TO LET, DESK ROOM TO LET
and Assembly Hall to let O B. REP
LOG LE, 4U8 Spruce street.
TX)R RENT A LARGE, 4-STORY BUILD
X1 ins at 1U3 Franklin avenue; suitable for
wholesale business. CAHSON Is DAV'IES,
Scranton.
F'OR RENT-SIX ROOM HOU8E ON WEST
Lackawanna avenue. Address THOMAS
E. EVANS, aear IMS Luserne, Hyde Parfc
J'ORllENTNiCELY FURNisHP.n HALL
1 suitable for ludire ruoma JOHN JER
MYN, 111) WyomlnR ovenue.
For Sale.
l.-'OR SALE CHEAP-LARGE HOUSK AND
P barn and one acre of ground at Daltou,
Pa Address J, L. Swarts, Dalton, Fa., or H.
D, Swarts, 223 Spruce street, city.
IOR SALE-NEW HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
. smalll lot Inqnire for Van Auker, Boo
mer's restaurant, Franklin avenue, Call to
day. "L-"OR8ALE-AT REASONABLE FIGURE8T
V a lot of Hoe A Co.'s iron pipe composi
tion frames, single and double; also a lot of
Rooker cases, In pairs, some extra depth. All
only slightly Bard and good as new. Address
inquiry to BUSINESS MANAGER, The Trib
une, Scranton, Pa.
ri'HB HOME FOB THE FRIENDLESS OF
J for their property on the west sldo of
Adams avenue, between Pine and Uibson
streets, consisting nf five forty-font lots, mak
ing a frontage of two hundred feet on Adams
avenue bv one hundred and fifty foet in depth,
improvecf, with a largo three story frame
house, Price, thirty thousand dollars.
EZRA 11. RIPPLE.
WILLIAM T. SMITH.
HENRY A. KNAPP,
Advisory Committee.
Boarders Wanted.
A FEW BOARDERS WANTED AT 1X!1
XV
Washburn street.
Agents Wanted.
AGENTS HINDE'8 PATENT UNIVKK
sal Hair Curlers and Wavers (used with
out hoat), and "l'yr l'olnted"Hair Pins. Lib
eral coinmlHsinns, Free samplo and full par
ticulars. Address P. O, Box OA. New York.
w
ANTKU - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
lmndln nnr line, no tieiiillititf. Satsrv.'
tlli pur month and expnnsos paid to all. Uixxli
entirely now. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, 6IIU8,
Boston, Masa
Executors' Notice.
INSTATE OF CATHARINE WINTON,
J deceased, late of the city of Scranton. Pa.
Letters testamentary upou tho above named
rstnto having been granted to the under
signed, all persona having claims or demands
against the ealil estate will present them for
payment, and tboss Indebted thereto are
required to mako Immediate payment to
WALTER W. WINTO-N, I venter.
II. M. WINTON. Executors.
GARKICK M. HARDING. Attorney.
fdmlmstrstrlx's Notice. :
I'TiSTATTrMMuXTp
j of Hursntou, Lackawauna county, de
ceased Letters of administration upon the above
named estate haviug been granted to the un
dersigned, all persona havlag claims nr de
mands against the said estate will present
them for payment, aud thoe indebted thereto
will plaassmake immediate payment to
AMY BAHTRON, Administratrix.
D. B. Rxplooi.r Att'y, 4WI Spruce Hi.
had perhaps been smothered to death
iby smoke long years ago. ' Some of
them were In crevices just large enough
to admit a human body.
The skeletons are of various slses.
The skulls are of a brown color, with
an exception of a few that are white.
The White Mountain Apaches, are
superstitious about the eave, and say
that within It there is large lake of
water. '
' Toplo cards for the next tlx months
printed In good style at low prloes. If you
contemplate an exourslon or festival this
summer, it will pay you to consult us
about printing posters, circulars, tickets,
etc. The Tribune
&
A P E
1 i!
ALL PRICES.
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED.
EXPERIENCED WORKMEN,
REASONABLE CHARGES.
TRY US.
THE SCRANTON BEDDING CO
Special Notices.
VTOTICE--ON AND AFTER MAY 1. 1
1 v will make a monthly tour of the follow
ing places giving free opun air advertising ex
hibitions with the stereuptlcon: Tarlorvillu,
Hyde Hark, Providence. Dickson Olyphast,
PeekvUle, Arch bald, Jermyn. Exhibitions
given on Wednesday and Friday of each
week during the month, the rates for adver
tising are 110 per month. Address . H.
Call, Tribune office, city.
rpHE BOI.DIERIN OUBCIVIL WAR."
1 You want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Pictureashow
ing the forces in actual battle, sketched on the
spot Two volumes, 2. (Ml pictures. Bold on
easy monthly payment". Delivered by ex
press complete, ail charges prepaid. Address
P. a MOODY, OU Adams Ave., beranton. Pa.
BLANK BOOKS. PAMPHLETS, 1IAGA
sines, etc, bound or rebound at Tug
Tribvks ottos, guick work. Reasonable
prices.
Stockholders' Meeting.
Notice-thTnmiTmtTkgf
the stockholders of The Scranton Bed
ding Company will be held at the office of the
company, eu and H Lackawanna avenue,
Scranton. Pa on the 10th day of Augnst, li.
at lu o'olock a in., for the election of directors
and the transaction of such other busin ess as
may properly come befure the meeting. No
tice is also given tbat an amendment to the
Bv-Laws will be presented, changing the time
of holding the annual meetinc.
By order uf the Board of Directors.
T. H. BENTON, Secretary.
Scranton. Pa.. July 27th, lWo.
Situations Wanted.
Situation wanted - by a boy is
years; knows the eltv wsll and willing to
work. Address G M., Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-FOB WASAING
and ironing to do at boms. Call or ad
dress L.B.. KHN Sumner are.. Hyde Park.
WANTED A LADY WOULD UKE TO
do washing. MISS BROWN, 618 Le
xeme street.
DRUGGIST, REGISTERED, WANTS PO
sition as clerk or manager: It years' ex
perience; city or country. Address DftL'US,
care Scranton Tribune.
A WIDOW WITH TWO CHILDREN
wants a position as housekeeper. Call or
address V. M., Sit Oswald court
SITUATION WANTED A COMPETENT
woman, aged U years, wants situation as
housekeeper or some good pesitloo ia a re
spectable, temperate man s family. Address
11. A. BURCH, Duninore, Pa.
Medical.
LADIES! Chidwiter'l (mMi Pewiyroyal Nit
(IHamnrf rtmi). are the Beet. Kl.bl..
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. O. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to CIS Spruce street, Scranton, Pa.
(Just opposite Court House Square.)
DR. KAY. t6 PENN AVE.; 1 to 3 P. M ;
call 2iH& Dis. of women, obstretrlce and
and all dls. of chll.
DR. A. J. CONNELU oVfICH Ml
Washington avenue, cor. Spruce street
over Krancke's drug stroe. Residence,
722 Vine at. Office hours: 10.30 to 12 a.
m. and I to 4. and I.W to 7.10 p. m. Bun.
day, i to I p. m.
DR. W. B. AI.I.KN. HJ North Washlngtea
avenue.
DR. C. L. FREY. FRACTICE LIMITED
diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat: office, 123 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence, 62 Vine street.
DR. U M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON
avenue. Olllca hours, I to a, m., 1.30
to t and 7 to I p. m. Ilesldenoe SOU Madi
son avenue.
DR. J. C. BATESON, RRLIABLK SKIN.
Tumor and Cancer Specialist. Tuesdays
and Fridays, at 605 Linden street. Of
fice hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
. Dentists.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT. PORCELAIN.
Rrldge and Crown work. OITloe, (29
Washington avenue.
C. C. LAUBACH. SURGEON DlSNTIST.
No. lit Wyoming avenue.
R. M. 8TRATTON, OFFICE! COAL Ex
change. .
Schools.
SCHOOL Or TUB LACKAWANNA,
Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls
for collge or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
auest Opens September 10.
' REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER H. BUKLL.
M198 WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
ana School. 412 Adams avenue, opens
Sept. . Kindergarten 10 per term. "
Seeds.
O. B. CLARK 4k CO.. SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen! store 14 Washington ave
nue; green house. W0 North Main ave
buss store telephoe 7H.
Wire Screens."
JOS. KUETTKL, REAR 611 LACKA
1 wanna avenue, Soranton. Pa., iaaautee
surer et Wire Screens.
S !
6o2 and 6oi
ii Licki lie., Cor. Idim
Lawyers.
WARREN & KNAPP,' ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors at Law. Republican
building, . Washington aveflue, Scras
ton, pa.
JESSUPS HAND, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law. Commonwealth
euiluiog, Washington avenue.
W. H. JESBUP,
HORACE E. HAND,
W. H. JESSUP. JR.
PATTERSON 4t WILCOX. ATTOR
cys and Counsellors at Law; offices I
aad I Library building , Scranton. Pa,
ROSWELL H. PATTERSON.
v 1LUAU A. W ILASOX.
ALFRED HAND. WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wuiiumig. nuomi iy, as ana ii.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Room i. Coal Exchange, Screo
ton. Pa.
J A MES W. OAK FORD. ATTORNEY.
at-Law, rooms (3, U and ti Common
wealth building.
SAMUEL W, EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT
Law. Office, 317 Spruce su, Scranton, Pa.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawana ave., Scranton, Pa.
CRIE TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Dime Bank Building, Scranton.
Money to loan in large sums at t per
cent
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT
law. Commonwealth building. Scran
ton. Pa.
C. COMEGYB. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. P.EPLOGLE. ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security. 401
Spruce street
B. F. KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 Wyoming ave., Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY AT
law, 46 Commonwealth bld'g, Scranton.
J. M. C. RANCk. 1M WYOMING A VS.
Architects.
EDWARD H. DAVIS. ARCHITECT.
Rooms 24. 25 and 26. Commonwealth
building, Scranton.
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICB
rear of 606 Washington avenue.
LE WI3 HAN COC K, J R , ARCHITECT,
43i Spruce st, cor. Wash, ave.. Scranton.
BROWN MORRIS. ARCHITECTS,
Price building, LS Washington avenue,
Scranton.
Teas.
GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BROS.
Loans.
THE REPUBLIC 8AVISG9 AND
Loan Association will loan you money
on easier terms and pay you better oa
Investment thaa any other association.
Call on & N. Callander. Dime Sank
building.
Miscellaneous.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MU8IO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptlona, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert'e
tnuslo store.
MRGARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scran
ton, i'a.
FRANK P. BROWN A CO, WHOLE
sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
Oil Clothf20 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms It and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postoltlce.
Agent tor the Rex Fire Extinguisher. -
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK
lilt avenue, Rates reasonable.
P. zikulek. proprietor.
8CHANTON HOU8E, NEAR D., L W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
WE8TMI NSTsfRHttOTEU '
- Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place, .
New York.
Rates, I3.M per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. ANABLE,
-Proprietor.
Mi
Pioneer of the hotel cen
ter in New York eltv.
Noted for Its superb loca
tion, superior rooms and
excellent cuisine service. The Standard
Hotel for giving MORE VALUE FOR
THE PRICE than any first-class hotel In
the world. Facing Central Park, 68th and
(tth ats., Plasa Square and Fifth avenue;
reached by any uptown cars, and the
crosstown 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 and European plans. Drinking
water and Ice used la vaporised and frosen
on the premises, and eertlfled as to purity,
by Prof. Chandler. V. A. HAMMOND,
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
NEW YORK. '
(Oeeaprlsf aa entire block ft) fifth Arse as
i between 4Mh and 4fta Sto.)
HIWK t WETHEBBEE, PROPWTOH
The Amerioea ead Eerepeew Mses.
Roonu with Board, -
. : - S4.00 and upwards per day. -Rooms
wRbsat Board, . .
tl.80 and upwerda per day.
' The cnurins sad eervlee aasuitiaessl. '
The Latest and Meet Approved iaaHar '
Ptattblaa.
Kewly oeoorated sad refaralabed, ".
Flea Mlaeteef- Walk fro itteMHl Ceatral
- Matioa. .. .
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