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THE fiCRAXTON TIUBUNB TUESDT MOKNTira. AUGUST , 6, 1893.
The Tribune has opened a branch of
fice at No. . Lanlng building. Public
Square, Wllkea-Barra. It U the purpose
of the publishers to Issue a newspaper as
valuable to the general public as the met
ropolitan dallies, and deliver It to the peo-
?le throughout northeasten Pennsylvania
rom three to live hours earlier than the
Philadelphia and New Tork papers can
PALMER KNOCKED Ot'T.
Ha Gets Only Two Votes IB the District
Convention - Weaver and Williams
Last evening at the district conven
tion, the prophecy made by The Trio
une came to pass. Hon. H. W. Palmer
had not come out for Hastings and the
result was he got only two votes from
the entire list of delegates present.
The affair was too serious for trilling.
The delegates In the convention felt
that Governor Hastings had done far
too much for this city to eend to the
state convention a man whose status
on the Hastings-Quay light was not a
matter of record. General Palmer had
very opportunity and had he pledged
himself for Hastings, the convention
would have been glad to send hlrn to
the convention. As It Is. they thought
that if Judge Rtce really wishes Mr.
Palmer to nominate him, it can be
readily managed by one of the other
state delegates allowing air. Palmer to
do so, but at the same time It was bet
ter to put the voting power where they
knew It would be safe. -
The convention was called to order by
Cyrus Weiss, In the absence of the city
chairman, and on motion of Air. Struth
ers, Captain Cyrus Straw was chosen
permanent chairman. The captain
made a brief speech Impressing the
delegates, with the Importance of their
duty In selecting proper delegates to
the state convention. He called the, at
tention of the delegates to the candi
dacy of Judge Rice and the importance
of sending a delegation to Harrlsburg
solid for Klce. Mr. Henry and Mr.
Spoece were chpsen secretary and as
sistant secretary respectively, and the
secretary then called the roll and found
two contested seats.. However, as no
notices of contests had been tiled, they
were passed over and the convention
proceeded to business.
Mr. Atherton, of the Tenth ward, of
fered the following resolution, which
, was unanimously adapted:
"Resolved, That in presenting the
name of Hon. Charles E. Rice as a can
didate for the bench of the newly-created
Superior court, the Republicans of
Luzerne offer to the electors of the
state an Ideal candidate for judicial
honors; native endowment of heart and
mind, depth, comprehensiveness and
accuracy of legal attainment, and ex
tended and distinguished career upon
the bench of this county, all unite to
lit him in a pre-eminent degree for
hlgher Judicial service and In unani
mously asking for his nomination and
election we simply seek for the proper
recognition of conspicuous ability ap
plied with rare singlesness of purpose to
the discharge of public duty."
Mr. Atherton then offered the fol
"Resolved, That the delegates elected
at this convention to represent this leg
islative district In the state convention
are Instructed to vote and use all hon
orable means to secure the nomination
of Hon. Charles E. Rice for the Superior
court Judgshlp and the election of Hon.
D. H. Hastiings as chairman of the con
vention, and Hon. B. T. 3Ilkeson as
chairman of the state convention.'
This resolution was', also carried
unanimously. Then Chairman Straw
called for the nomination of delegates
to the state convention.' Ed. Carpen
ter, of the Fourth ward, placed the
name of Dr. W. G. Weaver for dele
gate to the state convention, and flol
Bacharach moved that the election of
Dr. Weaver be made by acclamation,
which was done amid great applause.
For the other delegate there was quite
content. H. L. Connor, of the Thir
teenth ward, nominated Sol Bacharach,
Cyrus Weiss placed the name of A. L.
Williams In nomination, and T. H.
Atherton named Henry W. Palmer. Iii
nominating; Mr. Palmer, Mr. Atherton
aM that he would not for a moment
consider Mr. Palmer as a delegate had
not the resolution above been passed,
binding the delegate, from Luzerne to
Hastings and Gllkeson. But It Is the
expressed wish of Judge Rice that Mr.
Palmer place his name before the
ThVnl 2!n.Vnti0n- Th",.9 the only
!m Judffe Rlce ha" askeJ 'rom
SJ'a'K' 11 8houM be
Mr. Atherton said he realized as clearly
In this campaign was a most peculiar
Za f"d "th,n8r but Jud - wish
had led htm o take the step. The roll
then called with the flowing 7"
Palmer "V" "
and then the alternates were put In
nomination, with the following result
8. A. Bacharach , 34
Oscar Smith ; 27
Dr. F. C. Johnson .".!."!." 16
For some days back there has been a
well defined feeling among the Republi
cans that when Williams was elected
delegate. Dr. Johnson, ft chosen alter
"ate, was to take his place In the con
vention. This did not suit them at all,
and was the principal reason of Dr.
Johnson's defeat by Mr. Smith.
Dr. A. G. Fell, of the Fifth ward,
then offered the fallowing resolution:
"Resolved. That -the people of this
district, and the whole county of Lu
cerne, owe a debt of gratitude to Hon.
Daniel H. Hastings for the well-deserved
honor he has conferred upon
Hon. Charles E. Rice. In appointing
him president of the superior court."
This resolution being carried the con
vention adjourned. ,
The district conventlons'ln all but the
First district, which Is Wilkes-Barre
city, were held yesterday afternoon.
The Second district convention was
held at West Ftttston at 2 o'clock. The
candidates for delegate to the stata
convention were as follows: Alexandei
McDougall, of West PIttston, and John
D.Wood worth, of Shlckshlnny, for Hast
ings, and Lewis Jones and Dr. Mj B.
Hughes, of West PIttston, tor Quay.
The vote stood Hastings, 30; Quay 29;
and Messrs. McDougall and Woodwprth
were declared elected. Although the
vote was so close this was a tremendous
surprise to the Quay men, who ex
- pected to carry the second district by a
big majority. ,
The convention of the Third district
was held at Kingston at 8 o'clock. The
nominees for delegates to the state con
vention were Chris Wren, of Plymouth,
(Hastings); James Edwards of Ed
wardsvllle, (Hastings); Howard Arm
strong, of Plymouth, (Quay); and Will
iam Oldfleld, (Quay). The vote was
taken and resulted as follows: Wren.
2Stt; Edwards, 24V4: Armstrong, 22;
Oldfleld, 19. The Hastings men won
here, as in the Second district, by a
close vote; but here it was expected
that the Hastings forces would win, so
the result was not so surprising as in
The district convention of the Fourth
district was held at 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon at Hasleton. The result was
in favor of the. administration, Reese
Lloyd, of Drtfton, a Hastings man, be
ing elected over William Powell, the
The Fifth district convention was
held at PIttston at 2 o'clock. John M.
Jones was nominated by the Quay
forces, and Charles li. Smith by the
Hastings men. Jones was elected over
Smith by a vote of 25 to 12ft. '
The Sixth district convention was
held at Gilligan's hall In Ashley at I
o'clock. Two nominees were placed be
for the convention, Arthur E. Detro for
Hastings, and John B. Graham for
Quay. Despite Graham's popularity in
the district, he was defeated by Detro
by a vote of 24 to 10. Detro Is for the
governor, and with the result of the
First district convention, which will be
found elsewhere on this page, the re
sult of the election of state delegates in
the county Is Hastings 8, Quay 1, the
Fifth district being the, only one the
senator was able to carry. '
ON EVE W THE CONVENTION.
Various States That Have Usen Sug
gested-The Hasleton Delegation Stands
Firm for Iroaton.
The political battle 1s now on, and al
though everything Is still In confusion,
things are beginning to take shape. One
Blate alleged to have been made up to
nglht places, Bennett Judge; Garrison,
sheriff; and Price recorder. Onother Is
made up of Ferris, Judge; Yost, sheriff,
and Morgan, recorder. There Is proba
bly notWInsr In either of thm wii.
over seems to be the favorite for con
troller, and Rutter for surveyor. The
Fourth district came up solid for Hart
man, of Hazleton, for Judge, and will
enter Into no combinations In which
Mr. Troutman's name does not head the
ticket. Halsey is out of the fight and
his name will not come before the con
vention. It Is also probable that Os
borne's name will not be submitted,
and the fight seems to be 'between Ben
nett and Fenrls.
Shortly after the Hasleton delegation
arrived they held a close caucus and de
cided to fight to the end for Troutman.
They want the Judgeship, and nothing
else will satisfy them. The Hasleton
men are thoroughly In earnest and will
make a hard fight for their man, and
will not buy the nomination. Very lit
tle money is being used by any of the
candidates. The Hasleton delegation
sticks together solidly and as they have
forty-two votes they will cut consider
able of a figure In the convention. To
day's fight will be a hard one from the
Judgeship to the surveyor.
ODD FELLOWS CELEBRATE.
Anniversary Exercises Held by Wyoming
Lodge. No. 39.
Last evening at Concordia hall, Wyo
ming Lodge, No. 39, Odd Fellows, cele
brated the fiftieth anniversary of Its
existence. During the fifty years oof
continuous existence the lodge has re
ceived from all sources $49,958.44, of
w.hlcir $12,047.34 was paid for relief of
members, and $4,237 for burying the
dead. The total number of members
relieved was 475. and the total on the
roll-book. 789. The present officers are:
Noble grand, Lewis Brown; vice grand,
T. A. Murray; secretary. Ira D. Sax;
assistant secretary, G. D. Whltesell;
treasurer, W. W. Brown.
A most interesting programme was
given last evening. After a selection
by the orchestra, Mayor Nichols made
a brief address and there followed
music by a quartette and by the Aeolian
Toubadours. A piano solo by Arthur
Carr was the next given, followed by a
recitation by W. 8. Rlckar, and after a
selection had 'been given by a female
double quartette, the musical pro
gramme closed with a selection by the
, The members then sat down and dis
cussed a splendid banquet, composed of
all the delicacies of the season, after
which toasts were responded to as fol
lows, S. J. Strauss being the toast
master: "Odd Fellowship," Charles
Chalfout, of Danville; "Fraternity,"
W. Gaylord Thomas, grand warden of
Scranton lodge of Odd Fellows: "No. 39,
Past and Present," George Urquhart,
Jr.; "The Ladles," Dr. W. G. Weaver;
"Benefits," Rev. Horace E. Hayden.
HURT IN THE MINES.
Fonr Underground Workmen Rocclvc
Made Dunskoe, a miner employed at
Mount Lookout colliery, was caught In
a premature blast yesterday morning
and had his eyes and face badly in
jured. IHe resides In Wyoming and
was taken to the PIttston hospital.
Louis Notchlck, of Nanticoke, aged
16, while riding up No. 4 slope on a
loaded car yesterday was badly in
jured. The car Jumped the track and
young Notchlck was thrown under. His
left arm was so badly crushed that
amputation may be necessary,
John Vivian, a miner, was seriously
Injured by a fall of coal in No. 1 shaft.
His left arm was broken and his back
and legs painfully bruised.
Paul Kralkoucitz, a miner employed
In the Lehigh and Wllkes-Barre shaft,
South Wllkes-Barre, was Injured yes
terday by a premature blast. IHe was
struck on the head by a piece of coal.
He Is a married man, and was removed
to 'the hospital,- '
Hurt at the Park,
J. B. Buell, of Nanticoke, had a leg
A wirm fifth with
single application of
( pat skin cure, followed by mild
doses of ConcuRA Risoinirr (the
new blood purifier),, win afford Instant
relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to
a speedy cure in every form of torturlnf ,
dbfifurlng skis humour. '
. VtM VutttlMtttaV VtfM rMlffc tflpott fVSfQVBTt
las aw, rvtsasAsMamsa.osw.MtMU.tJL.
"Jn iMtaoty Rifling
broken at Uoutaln Park yesterday
morning. He was attempting to walk
across one of the revolving cylinders,
when he fell and sustained th Injury
mentioned above, tie was brought to
this city on the U.JO train, and then
removed to Nanticoke, where the
broken limb was set.
Saaday Liquor Selling.
Mayor Nichols. In court yesterday
morning, declared that he would In fu
ture make war on the Sunday liquor
sellers. He said that their presence la
a curse to the community and he would
far rather punish the Sunday sellers of
liquor than their victims. This is a
phase of our city life which must be
broken up, and hereafter the mayor
will keep a strict lookout and any one
caught Belling liquor on Sundays will
have to stand the severest penalty for
the offense that the law Imposes.
Hun Over and Hart.
The little 2-year-old son of Jospeh
Bencofskl, of Nanticoke, was run over
by one of Broad's fruit wagons In that
town yesterday morning and so badly
hurt that recovery Is very doubtful.
The child ran directly under the horses'
hoofs, and no blame Is attached to the
The pupils of Miss Frances Van Nos
tra n J will give a recital In the First
Presbyterian church of Ashley at 8
o'clock this evening.
In the early fall months the North
eastern Pennsylvania Sabbath union
will begin an active crusade against
the Sabbath law-breakers of this city.
Dr. James D. Beach, a native of Mon
tour county, registered yesterday as a
practicing physician at Parsons. He is
a graduate of the Jefferson Medical
college at Philadelphia.
Nothing has yet been heard of the
whereabouts of Henry Bergnld, who
disappeared from home two weeks ago.
The Wilkes-Barre Baengerbund held
their annual plcnlo at Hanover park
yesterday and a big crowd was In at
tendance. Detective O'Brien has received word
from Philadelphia that the men who
robbed the safe of the Plymouth Hose
company are in custody In Philadel
phia. Professor Alexander and the Ninth
Regiment band will give a concert
this evening on the river common.
Two plain drunks were before the
mayor yesterday morning, and both
were released on paying the regular
Some toughs In Kingston threw a
stone through a large mosaic window
In Dr. Ooblelgh's home, at Kingston,
last Saturday night The parties aire
known and will be arrested.
Dr. Harry Hakes has completed ar
rangements for the ninth annual re
union of the Hakes family, which will
be held at Syracuse, N. T., on Sept. 18.
On Labor Day the Edwardsvllle and
Sugar Notch base "ball teams will play
ball at the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation park for $1.00 a side.
John Bullock died on Sunday at the
City hospital from the efTecta of burns
sustained In the mines.
The members of the Ninth regiment
wHl receiver their camp pay at the
armory this week.
Among the appointments of the Wo
men's auxiliary to the cotton states ex
position, made by Governor Hastings, Is
the name of Mrs. H. W. Palmer.
Rev. James E. Mason, the well-known
speaker, will make an address at Zlon
African Methodist Episcopal church
this evening on "The Christian En
deavor Society and the Toung Colored
. The residence of Reese Williams was
struck by lightning on Sunday and con
siderable damage was done.
The state convention of the Sons of
St. George will meet In the Royal Ar
canum rooms today and continue in
session until Friday evening.
The complaints about nuisances sent
to Mrs. Ayres, 82 Dana street, will be
promptly attended to by the Town Im
A big crowd Is expected to go on the
Father Matthew society excursion to
New York today.
Mrs. George L. Dickson, of Scranton,
was a visitor here last Friday.
B. E. Parker has accepted a position
with W. W. & Thomas H. Watts, of
Mrs. W. R. Finch, who has been 111,
Is convalescing. .
'Rev. John Harntrm, of Vestal,
Broome county, York state, who is the
guest of 'Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Parson,
filled the pulpit of the Methodist Epis
copal church 'last Sunday -morning.
Rev. Barnum is 84 years of age and has
preached for over sixty years.
Miss Louisa Feehley has returned
from a visit to the Electric City.
The funeral of the late Miles W. Bliss
took place from his late residence on
Beach street last Sunday afternoon.
Rev. A. Reynolds preached the funeral
sermon, assisted by the Rev, A. Bergen
Browe and (Rev. .F. H. Parson. The
following choir rendered some beautiful
hymns: Misses Polly iRelph, Abble
Stone, Dora Card, Mrs. C. E. Mahoney,
Mr. and Mrs. Watson H. Stone, W. R.
Finch and Dexter Sinsaupaugh. Mrs.
F. iH. Parson accompanied on the or
gan. Waverly lodge, No. 801, Free and
Accepted Masons, of which deceased
was a member, attended in a body.,
The remains were conveyed to the
beautiful Hickory Grove cemetery,
where the usual Masonic burial ser
vices were held by Past District Deputy
Grand Master A. B. Stevens, of Scran
ton. Misses Hortense and Georgia Knight,
who have been vlsltlng'at 'IMaple Cot
tage," have returned to their home at
Percy Falkenbergh has taken a run
to his home at Atlantic Highlands,
N. J. He will return next Saturday.
Henry White, of Scranton, visited his
brother, G. H. White, (Monday. ,
Ed S. Calkins drove his team of
ponies to Cochecton, N. Y., a distance
of fifty miles and return, in something
less than five hours each way.
The publlo installation of the newly
elected officers of Washington camp,
No. S14, Patriotic Order Sons of
America, by District President Oscar
Van Busklrk, took place the other
night. The following officers were in
stalled: President, Irving Nash; vice
president, Albert Johnson; master of
forms, Byron Cowlea; conductor, Will
lam Green; Inspector, M, Hopfer; guard,
Mark Doty; trustee, George Stone.
Mrs. E. G. Carpenter and Miss Ea
tella Miller have returned from a trip
to. Boston and a visit to Dr. and Mrs.
Scranton M. Ward, at Hampton, N. H.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lelghton and son,
Bedford, of iBInghamton, are the guests
of Mrs. LeIgh ton's mother, Mrs, An
Henry Wehram and William Wide
mor and the Misses Jennie Sonants and
Lou McFarrand, of Scranton, visited
Miss Bertha'BoW last Sunday.
- iMlss Norma Swan, of Attatotio High
lands, N. J and Mlsa Bertha Emmons,
of Lima. N. T, are visiting in the fami
ly of George b. Davis.
Mrs. James Edwards and Miss Lizzie
Jones, of Hyde Park, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. William G. Chants.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Bailey and
daughter. Estella, have returned from
their visit to Cochecton. N. Y.
Miss Blanch Posten, of Atlantic
Highlands, N. J., is visiting her
cousin. Mlsa May Browe. at the Bap
tThe PIttston office of the Scranton
Tribune has been opened by H. W. Cruser,
?2Lat' at No- 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.)
The Republican convention was
called to order by District Chairman
Reese at 2 p. m. yesterday. Dr. C. J.
Barrett was elected permanent chair
man, and the delegates perpared their
credentials. The name of Joseph Moore,
of Wilkes-Barre, was presented by M.
8. Harding, as a candidate for delegate
to state convention.. ILxwetl Williams
presented the name of John M. Jones,
and Theron Davenport named C. B.
Smith. The result on the first ballot
was: Moore. 1; Jones, 18; Smith. 1214.
On the second ballot the name of Moore
was dropped, and the second result
was: Jones, 2514; Smith, 1214. Jones
was declared the nominee of the con
vention. As predicted In the Gazette,
Little Charley Smi th was deserted by his
friends. The loss of the Hastings dele
gate on the East Side, Fifth district,
was partially, If not wholly, overcome
by the election or the Hastings dele
gates on the West Side. Second district.
The West Side convention was called
to order by District Chairman Lewis
Jones, at 2.50 p. m. The delegates' cre
dentials were presented. All but two
districts were represented. Those ot
BroadrUck and Forty Fort. Edward
S. Stackhouse, of Shlckshlnny, was
elected permanent chairman, A. W.
Roberts was elected permanent secre
tary. The candidates for delegates to
state convention iwere: Lewis Jones, of
West PIttston; Alex McDaugall, West
PIttston; John D. Woodworth, Dr. M.
D. Hughes, of Shlckshlnny. E. G. Mer
cur and J. I. Shoemaker were appointed
tellers. On the first ballot, McDougall
and John D. Woodworth (both Hast
ings men) were elected, the vote stand
ing as follows: McDouglass and Wood
worth, 30; Jones and Hughes, 29.
Miss Nellie Rosenerance, of Inker
man, died last evening at 8 o'clock, of
dropsy. In the fifty-third year of her
age. She was the widow of William
Rosencrance, who died n few months
Mrs. Berry, wife of Nicholas Berry,
and mother of John W. and Wilson M.
Berry, died at the family 'home on War
ren street, at 4.1S o'clock Monday morn
ing of Inflammation of the bowels.
Louis Bliesnlck, of Ham town, died
suddenly of heart disease about noon
yesterday. He Is survived by his wife
and two children. August, who Is In
New York city, and an Infant child.
Funeral arrangements are not as yet
Dr. Knapp and lady friend attended
last evening the fiftieth anniversary of
Wyoming Lodge, No. 39,' Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, at Concordia
hall, Wilkes-Barre. Dr. Knapp was In
itiated into this lodge forty-nine years
W. H. Young has been appointed to
the office of grand treasurer of the
Grand Lodge of Knights of Honor, In
place of Hon. J. L. McMillan, deceased.
Sam Hood, while gazing at the moon
about 10.30 o'clock last evening, fell Into
an open sower hold on Main street, near
the Sinclair house. Hood fell a dis
tance of about five feet. A good Samar
itan, whose name could not be lenrned,
pulled Sam out of the pit. Hood had
no sooner arrived at the surface when
he threatened to lick his rescuer, and
afterwards sat down upon the curb
stone and Indulged In shocking pro
fanity for .the amusement of the crowd
that had congregated. Hood's feelings
were the only things Injured by the fall.
Henry Blackmoor, of Paupack, at
tempted to run away with a horse be
longing to Coray France, a bark deal
er, last evening. He was pursued by
France and others and was finally cap
tured by a bicyclist named Trombar.
Blackmoor was locked up for further
PIttston Business Directory.
FOR FIRST-CLASS PLUMBING CALL
on Wright & Co., 97 South Mnln street.
A new range for sale or exchange; also
second-hand household goods, bought or
Miss "Mabel Gregory, of Stroudrtburg,
Is visiting Miss Anna Tldd, at her home
on Main street.
There were no services at the Metho
dist Episcopal church on Sunday on ac
count of the absence of Rev. F. A.
King,' who is on a vacation.
The excursion of Calvary Baptist
church to Lake Ariel on Sept. 3, will be
one of the grandest affairs of the sea
son. A committee Is working with a
will to arrange everything for the com
fort of all who accompany them.
An Interesting game of ball was
played oil the school house grounds yes
terday afternoon, between the Reds, of
this place, and the Dashers, of Old
Forge. The game terminated In a vic
tory for the former team, by a score of
7, to 2. There were1 many brilliant plays
made by the players of both teams.
Hayes pitched a splendid game for the
Reds, and was well supported.
J. Mllford Morgan arrived home yes
terday from Lake Underwood, where
he has been spending a week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wlnslow are vis
iting In Susquehanna county.
The Taylor silk mill will bflrln opera
tions today. About 200 hands will be
employed When It is In full operations.
William H. Gordon will leave today
for a two weeks' vacation with friends
In Port Jervls.
The many friends and followers of
the evangelists, Rev. L. Bhellhorn and
Mr. andMirs. O. D. Moore, who are now
holding tent nwetlngi at Hart Lake.
Susquehanna county, are hoping that
they shall again have the pleasure of
hearing them some time In August, at
, Archibald, a mining town between
Hyde Park and the Sibley, where they
had lately been having revival services.
Th quiet restfulness of the cool
oreen woods, the nameless charm of
feeling one self near to "nature's
heart," all the Influences combined to
.ivi tn thA listeners In tent a neace of
heart and mind not often experienced
in the costly cnurcnes ot mis iana.
Rev. L. Bhellhorn Is a regularly or
AaXntkA mlnlatnr of the Methodist Epis
copal church, and the Rev. G. D. Moore
la a local preacher of the same, etui
they preach no creed, no sect; ' only
Christ, th MwnfortAr! for u all roads
are said to lead to Rome, so all creeds,
ail' sects, au religions ieaa 10 tne
heavenly home. ,
Until August 15 vo
half the original
reductions in the
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IB MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LE88
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men can learn nf a fine position by ad
dressing WILLIAM H. MjATT, 79) Elm
street, Camden, N. J.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
very town to wlicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly: bis money for asenu; no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH CO.,
uorucn uiock, cmoago. ill.
SALESMEN RESIDENT ' SALESMEN
wanted, acquainted with tha local and
ntarby drug and grocery trade, to handle our
line of high grailo cigars. Address, aivitii!
raferencra, J. EDWARD COWLK3 CO., 143
Chambers street, N. Y.
- Hlo Wanted Fsmalaa.
housework; frond wages. MRS. JOS.
A HEARS, an South Main avenue.
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS
cook In hotel; suitable salary. Address,
with references. Box 10U8. Plymouth, Pa.
fretlo saleswoman to represent us.
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OFFICES TO LET. DESK ROOM TO LET
and Assembly Hall to let D. B. KEP
LOOLE, m Spruce street.
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F'OR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna avenue. Address THOMAS
E. EVANS, aear 1132 Luserne, Hyde Park.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED HALL
suitablo (or lodge rooms, JOHN JEK
MYN, 111) Wyoming ovenuo. '
business; most be sold on account of sick
ness. Address GASPER THOO86ET, 132 Hen
ry streot ntnghamton, N. Y.
PR BALE MY GOOD, RELIABLE
horses, very cheap. DR. O. E. BOOB, 232
IjOR BALE CHEAP-LARGE HOUSE AND
bsrn and one acre of ground at Dalton,
Pa. Address J, L. Hwartz, Dalton, Pa., or H.
D, Bwartz. 223 Spruce street, city.
1jOR BALE-NEW HOUSEHOLD GOODB.
smalll lot Inquire for Van Anker, Rea
mer's restaurant. Franklin avenue. Call to
day. L-OR BALE AT REASONABLE FIOURKB.
I a lot ot Boa 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 unod and good as new. Address
inquiry to BUSINESS MANAGES, Tha Trio
une, Scranton. Pa.
rf'HK HOME FOR THE FRIENDLESS OF
X fer their property on the west aido of
Adams avenue, between Pine and Gibson
streets, consisting of Ave forty-foot lots, mak
ing a frontage of two hundred feet on Adams
avenue by one hundred and fifty feet In depth,
improved, with a large three-story frame
house, Price, thirtv thousand dollars,
EZRA H. RIPPLE,
WILLIAM T. SMITH.
HENRY A. KNAPP,
Wanted To Rent
ANTED BY SEPT. 1, A BIX OR BEVEN
room 'house 10 minutes of court house.
Address, givins oartlculara. etc.. L. F. O..
MRS. FENTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
phrenologist, 410 North Main avenue, tor
a few days only.
Miss Mamie Larken, of Washington,
N. J., and William Gallagher, of Dun
more, are the guests of Miss Mame
O'Malley, on Dunmore street.
The F. and O. base ball club defeated
a picked nine yesterday by a score of
9 to 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sal try, of Provi
dence, spent yesterday with friends In
The employes of "The Leader," of
Scranton, tendered their cashier, Miss
Rachel Evans, a surprise party at her
home on Lackawanna street, Friday
evening. Those present were: Misses
Margaret Lewis, of Mooslc; Annie Mur
phy, of Dunmore; Lillian Houck, Katie
Coughlin, Scranton; Lulu Call, Wary
Keene, Edward Adams, Maggjle Sulli
van, Timothy and James Qulnnan,
Jennie Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Pitcher, of Hyde Park, and W. D.
Parry, of this place. All returned 4o
their homes about midnight much
pleased with their evening's enjoyment.
If the Baby Is Cutting Tseth.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has bMn
used for over Fifty Years by Millions of
Mothers for their Children while Teething,
with Perfect Success. It Soothes the
Child, Softens the Oums. Allays all Pain;
Cures Wind Colic, and Is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea. Bold by. Druggists In ev
ery part of the world. Be sura and ask fer
"Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. Twenty-five eeata
bottle. ' '
Tople cards for the next sis months
printed In good style at low prices. If you
contemplate an excursion or festival this
summer, it will pay you to consult us
about printing posters, circulars, tickets,
etc The Tribune.
will sell our early
prices. We have
prices of suits and
THE SCRANTON BEDDING CO
NOTICE ON AND AFTER MAY 1. I
will make a monthly tour of the follow
ing places Riving free op jn air advertising ex
hibitions with tha stereopticon: TaylorviUe,
Hyde Park, Providence, Dickson Olyphant,
Peekvllle, Archbald, Jermyn. Exhibitions
Itiven on Wednesday and Friday of each
week during the mouth, the rates for adver
tising are 10 per month. Address K. H.
Call. Tribune office, eity.
ItrriHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR
X You want this relic. Contains all of
rrana Leslies famous old war ttctures,snow
ing the forees in actual battle, sketched on the
spot. Two volumes, 2, Out) pictures, Dold on
easy monthly Davment. Delivered bv ax.
press complete, all charges prepaid. Address
r. u, awn i , au Adams Ave., Bcranton, Pa.
LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA-
sines. etc. uouna or ru bound at Tsi
Thibvmb office, guick work. Reasonable
WAN TED-BY RESPONSIBLE HOUSE,
Office manager with tfKXI to ftlOP: money
refunded from first sales; salary 1100 and
commissions on sales; references exchanged.
Box 775, St Louis.
BUY STOCKS, BUY GRAIN THEY ARE
cheap now and Europe is buying them,
which means higher prices all around. Don't
hesitate and lose this chance; la to 50 per
day can be made easily by our "Bate-Method"
plan of operating. Bend for our book and cir
cular telling how it is done, both free: New
York and Chicago offices: six national banks
given as references. F. J. WAKEM at CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 08 Beaver street. New
A T ON CE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
XX sell new liehtnine selllne table cloth. mos
qulto and house fly liquid at 10 cents and 2S
cents a bottle. Sample free, BOLOIANO
fu cot, Baltimore, aid.
A GENTS HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER-
sal Hair Curlers and Waver (used with
out heat), and "Pyr Polnted"Hair Pins. Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 4 So. New York.
Wanted - active salesmen to
handle our Una. no neddllna. Balar.
87K per month and expenses paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, WW,
Money to Loan.
RMin v00' 1000- I'i' AND teouo ON
IPtJUU, mortgages. BROWN, Attorney,
620 Sprnod street. s
STOLEN-AUQUST 4, 18M, NO. 8 VICTOR
Bicycle, "93" model, pneumatic tires. No.
86.914; bold machine and notify H. N. PAT
RICK, 326 Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT BY
the day for washing and Ironing; washing
taken home, also. Address 334 North Sumner
avenue, Hyde Park.
SITUATION WANTED BY A BOY 18
years: knows the city well and willing to
work. Address a M., Tribune,
SITUATION WANTED-FOR WABAING
and Ironing to do at home. Call or ad
dress L. B.. 834N. Sumner ave. Hyde Park.
DRUGGIBT, REGISTERED, WANTS Po
sition as clerk or manager: IS years ex
perience; city or country. Address DhUGB,
care Scranton Tribune.
A WIDOW WITH TWO CHILDREN
wants a position as housekeeper. Call or
address V. M., S16 Oswald court
SITUATION WANTEDA COMPETENT
woman, aged S2 years, wants situation as
housekeeper or some good position in a re
spectable, temperate man s family. Address
H. A. BURCH. Dunmore, Pa.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. O. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to 116 Spruce street, Scranton, Pa.
(Just opposite Court House Square.)
DR. KAY, 106 PENN AVE. : 1 to t P. M.
call 2062. DIs. of women, obstretrlce and
and all dls. of chil.
DR. A. J. CONNELL, OFFICE 301
Washington avenue, cor. Spruoe street,
over Francke's drug etroe. Residence,
722 Vine st Office Jiours: 10.M to It a.
m. and 2 to 4. and 120 to I.2Q p. m. Bun
day, 1 to 3 p. m.
DR. W. B. ALLEN. Bl North Wasalagtea
DR. C. L. FRET, PRACTICE! LIMITED
diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat; office, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence, 829 Vine street.
DR. L. M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON
avenue. Office hours, I to 9 a. m., 1.30
to I and T to I p. m. Residence tut Madl-
DR. J. C. BATESON, RELIABLE SKIN,
Tumor and Cancer Specialist. Tuesdays
and Fridays, at 60S Linden street Of
fice hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
DR. WILLIAM A. f APT. PORCELAIN.
Bridge and Crown work. Office, W
CTC. LAUBACH. SURGEON DjBNTIST.
No. 1U Wyoming avenue. -
R. M. STRATTON. OFFICE COAL Ex
change. Wira Screens. '
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR til LACKA-
wanna avenue, wnoivn, a-e.( saawusw-
turer of Wire Screens.
fall capos at about
also made somo w
6o2 and 604
11 LaciL lis., Cor. Id
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors at Law. Republican
building, Washington avenue, Bcran4
JES8UPS A HAND, ATTORNEYS AND!
vounseuors at law. Commonwealth I
ouuaing, washing-ton avenue.
w tj rruoTiTi
HORACE E. frAND,
W. tt. JfeBBUtT, Jit.
PlTTrnonu a. nrwt oav a imrT I
sax, IMVA, aT. VaVevl
neys and Counsellors at Law; offices t.
sou a iriorary building , acranton, pa.
ROSWELL H. PATTERSON.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HANDJ
-Attorneys ana uouneeuors, comma
I) wean n puuaing. Rooms 19. 2 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-ATJ
"iw. Koora b. coat jxenange, scran
at-Law, rooms 63, 64 and 65, Comment
SAMUEL W EDGAR, ATTORNEY-ATl
mw. '-mice, cpruce at, acranton, ra
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAYtj
ave.. Dcramon, ra
URIE TOWN8END, ATTORNEY Al
Law. Dime Bank Buildina-. florantan!
Money to loan In large sums at t pea
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AJ
aw, commonwealth building, Bcraf
C. COMEQYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE. ATTORNEY LOA
negotiated on real estate security.
B. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAWi
iai Wyoming ave.. Scranton, pa.
J AS. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY Al
law, 46 Commonwealth bld'g. Scranton.
J. M. C RANCK. 1M WYOMING AVE.
EDWARD W. DAVIS. ARCHITECT.
Rooms 24, 25 and 26, Commonwealth
E. L WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICE I
rear ot 60S wasnington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK, JR., ARCHITECT,.
w cpruce si., cor, wasn. ave., acranton
BROWN & MORRIS. ARCHITE
Price building, 126 Washington avenue;
GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BROS
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AN
Loan Association will loan vou mone
on easier terms and pay you better on
Investment than any other association.
Call on 8. N. Callender, Dune Bank
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls
for colls or business: thorough!
trains young children. Catalogue at te-V
ouest upens sepiemiier iu.
REV. THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. BUELL.
and School, 412 Adams avenue, opena
Sept. t. Kindergarten io per term.
O. R. CLARK CO.. SEEDSMEN AN1
Nurserymen; store 146 Washington avi
' nue; green house, 1360 North Mala avi
nue; store teiepnoe it. .
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FO
DailS, picnics, mi ITniiiivui. wvu
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulberfl
music siorv. ,
MEGARGEB BROTHERS, PRINTERSf
Supplies, euveiupes, paper paga, iwius
warenouaa, w nwuiustva ave., sw
sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
Oil ciotn, to west Lackawanna aye.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT AC'
countant and auditor. Rooms .1 and 29,
Williams Building, opposite poatonc
Agent tor n Kea Dire texnnguisner.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 1X6 and 127 FRANK
iiu avenue, nates reasonaoie.
P. ZIEGLBR. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. W.I
Dasseneer datt. Conducted on thai
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prep.)
Cor. Sixteenth St and Irving Place
Rates, 13.60 per day and upwards. (AmerM
' can pian). a. . asabln,
Pioneer of the hotel can
ter in Now Tork city.
Noted for Its superb loca-l
tlon. superior rooms and
excellent eutsla service. The Staadard,
Hotel tor giving aauniu vaxiUB rusi
THE PRICE than any Brat-class hotel l
the world. Facing Central Park. Hth aa
66th sts., Plsaa Square and Fifth avenue.
reacnea ny any apiown cars, ana isw
croestown ear at Mtk at., which latter ism
tersent all eurface and elevated roadejt
terminal station 4th ave. L road withl
half a block Absolutely Flreproe,
American and Eurotieaa Diana Drlnkuv
water and lee used I vaporised ant frees
on the premises, aaa eertlfled as te purlti
by. Prof. Caaaoier.
W. A. MaMMQwaX