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THE fiCll ANTON TRtBUNE 8ATTJTIDAT MOllimTCiC 'AUGUST 10. 1895.
The Tribune has opened branch of
fice at No. . Lanlng building. Public
Square. Wilkes-Barre. It la th purpose
of the publishers to Issue a newspaper a.
valuable to the general public as the met
ropolitan dailies, and dultver it to the peo
ple throughout northeaaten nny1ittnJ;
from three to five hours earlier than the
Philadelphia and New York papers can
AN EDITOR IN TROUBLE.
Charles W. Travcr Uos a Lively Season
Charles W. Traver. editor and pub
Usher of All The News. Is already en
tangled In a libel suit, although his pa
per Is only live weeks old. In Thurs
day's Issue of his paper, which Is a
weekly, he toad an article with a big
head, which reflected very seriously on
the character of Mrs. J. H. Orr. wife of
the well-known business man or East
Vcirket street, and on the business
Waracter of Mr. Orr. Mr. Traver. be
fore he embarked In Journalism, was
the keeper of a restaurant on North
Felt street, the front of which abutted
on the rejir of Mr. Orr's business place.
Last year Trover's license was refused,
principally through the Instrumeniallty
of Orr. who Rave some very damaging
testimony ajralnst Travel-, as the keeper
of the restaurant. Thursday's article
was a very powerful one and there Is
little doubt that It is decidedly libel
ous. It reflects on Mrs. Orr In a very
nasty way. anil in fact It should never
have been printed.
Traver has no otfic? of his own, but
D. W. Onser sets- his type, and the Rec
ord does the presswork. It Is said thnt
Mr. Orr will begin proceedings against
Mr. Crusor for setting up the libelous
Yesterday morning Orr went before
Squire llavlson early and swore out
to warrants for Traver's arrest, both
for hlm-xlf end for Mrs. Orr. Mr, Tra
v'e could not be found until S o'clock In
the a'ternoon, when he was brought to
the alderman's' oiftce. Attorney James
I.. Lenahan represented Orr. Traver
had no attorney at first and waived a
hiring. Th"rvupon ."Mr. Lenahan de
manded $2,000 ball and the 'squire fixed
the ball at SI. WO. Traver objected to
the amount, saying It was excessive
rn.l h? would stand the hearing. He
sent for Attorney Davis, who arrived
In a few minutes.
"Rllly" Leslie, of the Elmlra Tele
gram, said he thought Traver was the
publisher of the paper, and Kenny rhll
llps, of the Record job department, said
Traver had made arrangements at the
Record otlice to have his paper printed
there. The forms were brought in and
only the actual press work was dons
, by Johnson & Powell. Traver paid for
the woVk. Mayor Nichols, O. K. Brown,
Frank Dijrgtns, and Elgin May swore
thnt the paper was sold on the street
and was delivered by carrier.
D. H. Cruser. the printer of 'West
'Market street, was the next witness
called and swore the paper was printed
at his office. Charles Traver and his
..wife-mad arrangements for setting the
tvne and Traver furnished the copy.
Witness was not sure who was the edi
tor, but Traver arranged to pay for the
work. Cruser said Mrs. Traver came
In often and paid the bills.
This finished the case, and after At
torney Lenahan "roasted" Mr. Traver
a little, , the 'squire held him In .1,500
ball In each case. B. F, Kester. of
North Washington street,, went Tra
ver's ball until noon today.
TO UTILIZE THE GAS.
Suggestion That tho Hirer Flow Be I'scd
In a Garbage Crematory.
Superintendent Marcus Smith, of the
Oas company, recently made a sugges
tion that should be received 'favorably
by the citizens of Wllkes-Barre. The
need of this city for a garbage crema
tor is well known, and Mr. Smith sug
gests that the natural tras over the
river be irsed for this purpose. It could
be readily done. There" Is plenty of
room on the flats to build a crematory
sufficiently large for W'llkes-Barre'a
needs, and out of the way of high
water. The gas could then be carried
to the crematory In pipes, and the pres
ent nuisance of dumping garbage along
the river bank below town be done
away with. The garbago, where It is
Jumped at present rots away, and be
comes a horrible fever breeding mass
that only gets cleared away once a
year, and then only during the high
The city council has made several
half attempts to erect a-garbage crema
tor for the city, and everybody In town
recognizes the pressing need of Wilkes
Barre for such an Institution. Mr.
Smith has pointed out the way In which
It can be done -with the expenditure of
a little.enerfry and money, and If coun
cil la wlso they -will look Into this
scheme which Mr. Smith has suggested,
and ascertain whether or not It la feas
ible. There seems to be no reason why
It could not be carried out, and thus
put to some use the gas wWch' 4 now
escaping Into the Ir, besides giving
to WIlkes-TJarre a thing she has long
needed very badly.
Held for Court
George Wlndlsh, the alleged murder
er, was taken down from the county
Jail' yesterday afternoon and Riven a
final hearing before "Squire Davison':
The prisoner was accompanied by De
tectives iMcSweeney, Bauer and Kelgh
. ron and Assistant District Attorney
Fuller. He pleaded not guilty, but the
evidence of a few witnesses sufficed to
satisfy the alderman to hold the prison
er without ball for court on a charge
of murder. Wlndlsh was then taken
back to jail.
Tho Controller Homeless.
The county commissioners say there
Is not a vacant office In the court house
for the newly appointed controller,
Lloyd. The room formerly occupied
by Controller Reese 1s now occupied,
and the controller's office may possibly
be In some other building away from
the court house, which would make It
very Inconvenient Jt Is also said that
the constitutionality of the act will be
The West End Pionto.
The moonlight picnic of the'West End
wheelmen at -Mountain park last even
ing was a great success, and a large
crowd attended, going up on the special
at 7.80 and returning about 12.30. Op
penhelm'i full orchestra attended and
the event was one of the most pleasant
that ever the popular "West End club
has ever given.
' Entered Again.
The house of Walter S. .Blddle, of the
well-known Insurance firm of Blddle A
Eno, was entered for the second time
by iburglars on Thursday night Mr.
(Blddle and his family are spending the
summer at Harvey's Lake, of which
at the thieves -were probably well
ware when they entered. The burg
lar took everything that Chey could
find of any value, and amashed what
they-could not carry away. Every
trunk In the foouse had bsen ransacked,
and the contents tumbled about the
floor promiscuously. Mr. Hlddle can
not yet say what the loss Is, as he has
not yet discovered Just what wa taken.
The burglary was discovered by L. J.
Fusel, who lives next door, and who
saw the. gas burning and went over to
discover the reason. This la the second
time that Mr. Middle's house has been
entered within two weeks.
Some Leasona Taught by the Uecent
One thing, if no other, was plainly
demonstrated at the recent Republican
convention, and that was that when a
bis ticket Is to be nominated one day is
too short a time for the convention.
The recent Judicial convention got to
order about 10.S0 in the morning and
with organization, nominating speeches
and one ballot, it was after 12 o'clock
when they got through. Then the coun
ty convention met. effected temporay
organization and adjourned until -o'clock.
Then It reconvened and sat
until 8.10 p. m. without a break. When
the convention adjourned, there was
barely a quorum present, all the other
delegates having gone home.
The first thing that will strike the ob
server about this is the manifest un
fairness to the candidates for rolllces.
Interest naturally wanes as the smaller
offices are to be filled, and the dele
gates go home. You can't maintain
political Interest on an empty stomach,
and It Is decidedly unfair to the candi
dates who have worked hard to con
vince the delegates the proper way to
vote, to have tho delegates leave before
the convention adjourns.
Then, again, by doing so, the dele
gates are unfair to their constituents.
The Fourth district men In the recent
Republican convention went away be
fore the 'ballot for controller had been
completed, and consequently llazleton
had no voice In naming t'he nominee.
So It was with the other districts. In
many cases there being only few pres
ent to represent each district In the
nomination for controller, coroner and
The recent Democratic convention
was even a better sample of this state
of affairs. Toward the end It degener
ated Into a regular riot, and the tenors
counted In whoever they chose. In the
Republican convention, there was order
to the last, and the only thing to be
complained of was that the delegates
did not stay.
The only way to prevent this would
ht to have the convention meet one
afternoon, effect temporary organiza
tion and adjourn until tne next morn
Inpr. Then get to work on time, adjourn
for dinner, get back and finish the work.
A remedy of some kind must he formed
to prevent political conventions becom
Insr disorderly mobs lust hefnre ad
journment and the county committees
would do well to hunt up this remedy
and apply It.
SELLING WITHOUT LICENSE.
Sensation Sprung t'pon Picnickers at the
Parks In tho County.
Yesterday morning a sensation was
sprung on the picnickers at Hanover
and other parks of the county, when
President Tlsch, Jacob Miller Philip
Weiss and other members of the Saen
gerbund society were arrested on
a charge of selling beer at
their picnic at 'Hanover park
without a license. Constable J. A.
Wood swore out the warrant as prose
cutor, and It Is rumored that a number
of liquor dealers who pay licenses, and
who are Injured by thq wholesale viola
tion of the liquor law, arc at the back
of the prosecution.
The hearing was held before Alder
man E. O. Kemmerer at 10 o'clock yes
terday morning. The men waived a
hearing and entered ball In $300 each
for their appearance at court.
The prosecution say they have only
begun this crusade and have served
warrants on a number of others. If
they extend their suits against all par
ties who sold beer at parks In. the coun
ty during the year nearly all the clubs
and societies in the city will be Impli
cated. A fierce war of extermination
will also be begun against the speak
easies In the city, Information against
which has already been lodged. A live
ly time Is anticipated.
A Habeas Corpus Hearing.
Angelo and Stephen Mancus, Antonle
Lapuo, Frank Eorcho and Paul Mats!,
all Italians, from Hazletnn rharnoil k
Vlncenzo Laconl with felqnlous wound
ing, were given a habeas corpus hear
ing before Judge Woodward yesterday
afternoon and the four were discharged.
Angelo .Mancus was held In $500 ball.
Frank A. McQuIgan represented the de
fendants. Hurt In the Mines.
John Foley, a miner at No. 11 Ply
mouth, had his right leg broken below
the knee yesterday morning. He was
hooking the chain to a car at the foot
of the slope, when his foot was caught
In the chain as the car was being pulted
up the slope. Dr. Carroll set the leg.
The Stafford's Booms.
The Stafford institute has made an
other big step In progresslveness when
they secured the big hall room In the
Boston store building. The Institute
will fit up the rooms In the most com
fortable manner, and It will be one of
the cosiest clubs In the city.
Burglar's Still Around.
The burglars that Infest the city are
still at their work of ransacking empty
houses. Last Thursday they visited
Warren Ooff's residence on Hanover
street. Mr. Qoff and his family were at
Harvey's Lake. The thieves knew It,
and cart-ied off everything which could
h as -
And Most ;
be disposed of easily and there la no
clue to their whereabouts. The
same, night they called upon J.
C. Bell, at 60 Dana place. They knew
Mr. Bell and his family were, out of
town and they ransacked every por
tion of the house. They carried off
some jewelry and an entire aeries of
fractional currency which Mr. Bell had
spent years In collecting. The fcurg-lau-y,
like aU others, was reported to the
police, but there is no clue and it is not
likely that any arrests will be made.
The commissioners ought to either
get the town clock In running order or
else take oft the hands from the face
Lawrence Walters will play a saxa
phone solo at the men's meeting of the
Young Men's Christian association next
The funeral of William Cool, over
whose remains his father and his wife
had such an argument, was held from
his father's residence on Stanton street
yesterday afternoon at ! o'clock, wtth
Interment in the city cemetery.
The Loyal Legion badges, which It
was thought were stolen from Dr.
Boyle's house some days ago, and
which he valued so -highly, were not
stolen at all. They were In a satchel
with some valuable papers which had
been' given to a neighbor for safe keeping-
Two black bears were seen In one day
this week by a party of berry-pickers
along Bowman's creek.
The Welsh Presbyterians of Luzerne
and Lackawanna counties will picnic
at Farvlew on Thursday, Aug. 22.
On Labor Day the International As
sociation of Machinists of Luzerne and
Lackawanna counties will hold a pic
nic at iMountain Park. The full Ninth
Regiment band will be present.
Timothy, W. Reagon and Miss Anna
Q. (Moflee were married yeBterday
afternoon at Nantlcoke by Rev. Father
The Dorranceton borough council has
passed a resolution to the effect that
the Wllkes-Rurre Young Men's Chris
tian association must pay $100 license
for their athletic field on the Kings
Mrs. Ellen Richards; of Ashley, died
yesterday In the city hospital after
an Illness of several weeks. Mrs. Rich
ards Is survived by a son and three
The theatrical season at Music Hall
will open next Monday evening with
"The Derby Mnscot." Kate Rooney,
who has made such a hit in the part,
William Morton, who resides on the
flats across the West 'Market Street
bridge, shot a crane yesterday. The
bird was Ave and one-half feet high and
measured six feet from tip to tip of
Farmer Thomas was arrested yester
day on a charge of maintaining a nul
Mnce. He has been urtnsr offal to fer
tilize his ground, and the neighbors
claim that the stench makes It impos
sible to live In the neighborhood.
Harry Gross, of Wyoming, while
cleaning his bicycle on Thursday,
caught his thumb between the sprocket
and the chain, crushing It so that am
putation Is necessary.
Misses Mame Holleran and Tlllle Mar
tin were the guests of Pitt-ton friends
Austin Powers and sister Josephine,
of Plttston, called on the Misses Gib
bons last evening.
Miss Bernetta McHale. of Olyphan.
returned home yesterday after a few
days' visit with Miss Lizzie Dixon.
Miss Katie Dougher was a calller In
Miss Margaret Hickey, of Philadel
phia, Is being entertained by Miss
Nettle Dougher, of the West Side.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hollister gave a
party to .a number of their friends at
their home last evening. Music, recita
tions and games were the principal
features of the evening's entertaln-men-t.
At 10 o'clock a sumptuous re
past was served, after which they re
sumed their enjoyment until their de
parture for home.
Mrs. Thomas Tlghe, of West Avoca,
Is spending two weeks with friends in
James Curley, who has been at Car
bondale for several months, Is making
a brief visit with his father, at this
Miss Kaftle Mullen, of Plttston, re
turned home last evening, after a two
weeks' visit with iMIss Nellie Boylan.
Patrick Creadon, of Smlthville. was
seriously Injured In the Law -mine of
the Pennsylvania Coal company, yes
terday, by a fall of soapstone. After
sounding the roof the miners thought
It to be In good condition, and resumed
work, but in a few moments the crash
came without warning. The doctors
have little hopes of his recovery.
Misses Anna and Mame Clarke, of
Plttston, spent yesterday with Miss
Lizzie Dixon, .
Miss Kittle Hopkins, of South Scran
ton, Is the guest of friends on York
A meeting of the stockholders of the
new silk mill was held at O'Malley's
-hall on Thursday evening for the pur
pose of hearing a report of the commit
tee appointed to visit the HacketUtown
Silk Mill and also the proprietors. Mr.
McLaughlin, representing the commit
tee, reported their visit as being a very
satisfactory one, They found the com
pany to consist of good, reliable people,
and Just what they represented them
selves to be.
Miss Jessie Hoffecker, of Peckvllle,
Is visiting friends at this place.
The excursion to Heart Lake last
Tuesday was largely attended.
Rev. W. H. Howell will give a lecture
at the Baptist church next Monday eve
ning, Aug. 12, on the subject, "What I
Baw at Boston and Other Cities." Mr.
Bowell has traveled very much In the
United states, and the lecture will be
Miss Mame Chase, of LaPlume, called
on friends at this place last Monday. .
Robert Lucas, of Florenoe, N. J., is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Newing, of
S. G. Shoemaker has returned home
after spending a few days at New York
Mrs. W. A. Culver, of New York city,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Dean,'
at this plaoe. '
Mrs. George D. Osburn spent a few
days this week wKh relatives at Clark's
If the Baby la Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over Fifty Years by Millions of
Mothers for their Children while Teething,
with Perfect , Success. It Soothes the
Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Palm
Cures Wind Collo, and Is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea.- Bold by Druggist in ev
ery part of the world. Be sure and ask tot
"Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no ether kind. Twenty .five oents a
(The Plttston 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.)
Chief Williams had a desperate strug
gle with a vagrant yesterday morning.
The chief espied the rambler making
applications to various houses on Lu
aerne and Wyoming avenues, and Im
mediately caused his arrest. The va
grant walked carelessly by the side of
his captor until an opportunity pre
vented Itself, when he struck the chief
a terrific blow in the back of the head,
nearly knocking him down. The chief
clinched with his man nnd a hot combat
ensued. The tramp was precipitated
to the gutter, and with the assistance
of some painters nearby, was over
powered. On him wbb found a large
dirk knife with a blade eight Inches
long, also a razor. He made several
nttc-mpt to use the Instruments, but was
Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Underwood, was bitten by a strnnge
dog yesterday morning when passing
T. W. Kyte's house on Exeter street.
The wounds were cauterized.
Miss Sully, of Plymouth, and Miss
Gallagher, of Wllkes-Barre, are visit
ing friends on Railroad street.
Miss Sara Thomas, of the West Side,
Is enjoying a few days' vacation at At
Thomas J. Murray, of the firm of
Donnelly, Lydan & Murry. received a
telegram from New York yesterday
stating that his mother, who has been
111 for some time, had died.
While Harry Gross, of Wyoming, was
cleaning his bicycle Thursday afternoon
his hand became tangled between the
chain and sproket wheel. The rapid
motion of the wheel crushed oft a por
tion of his thumb.
Postmaster M. J. Corcoran nnd Jesse
Arnold, of Din-yea, accompanied by
their ludy friends, coached through this
city Thursday on their way to Har
vey's lake, for a few days' outing.
James Gilboy, the well-known 'squh-e
of Duryea, has recovered from' his re
Joseph Hefner and George Volgt
spent yenerday at the Falls, fishing.
The Clear Spring colliery has been
putting in a washer for tho culm, and
the machinery was set In motion for
the first tlmo yesterday. It worked
satisfactorily, and the plant will soon
be In practical operation.
There will be a Christian Endeavor
rally In the Stella chapel at Forty Fort
on Monday evening, to which the so
cieties of Pitts-ion nnd vicinity are In
vited. AddrtUFes will be delivered on
the Boston international convention.
Services will be held at the camp
ground Sunday. Rev. John La Bar will
deliver a sermon at 3 p. m., and a twi
light song service will be held In the
Sunday imornlng, at the Congrega
tional church. Miss Anna Helm will
give a talk to the children about
Heaven, and will use the blackboard to
Illustrate her subject.
The members of the West Side Pres
byterian choir will take an outing at
Lake Ariel on Sunday.
The excursion of the Baptist Sunday
schools to Mountain Park yesterday
was well patronized, as It required four
teen cars to convey the excursionists.
iMIss Nettle Clelland- spent yesterday
with Wllkes-Bnrre friends.
Miss Anna- Belle McDonnell, daugh
ter of City Treasurer E. J. McDonnell,
Is spending a few days with Carbon
dale friend-". ,
Exciting races will be held at the
Fair grounds this afternoon. Three
events will be started as follows: The
Wyoming race, composed exclusively of
Wyoming horses, 'the three-year-old
race, composed of local colts and divers,
and a gentleman's road race, -which Is
always- of great Interest.
A slight Are occurred In the Lehigh
Valley freight house at the Junction
about 10.45 last evening. The fire,
which was caused by the explosion of a
lamp was extinguished before much
damage was done. (
Plttston Ruslnoss Directory. -
FOR FIRST-CLASS PLUMBING CALL
on Wright & Co., 97 South Main street.
A new range for sale or exchunse; also
second-hand household goods, bought or
John Smith has accepted a position
as clerk with Frace & Barker.
A. F. Rhodes nnd family spent a few
days with his mntiher and fishing in
Snick's Pond last week.
Al. Fish, of Auburn, was a visitor at
B. F, Cpurtrlght's over Sunday,
Benjamin Mead met with a serious
accident while cutting a small tree by
which he received a cut In the right
hand, which will stop the use of it for
Mrs. Oeorge F. Phillips and family,
of Philadelphia, are guests at J. II.
Miss Janette Osburn, of Kingston, was
a visitor at A. J. Singer's Wednesday
Mr. Tompkins, who is employed by
Mr. Frank Phillips, was a victim of
two epileptic fits on Tuesday last.
H. L. Burdlck and family are visitors
with Samuel Smith's family.
Mrs. Monroe, of Park Place, called on
friends here on Thursday.
The clam bake of the Electric Star
band was a howling success beyond all
A party consisting of Mrs.: William
Swallow, 'Mrs. A, A. Davis, Mrs. Alice
Beatty, Mrs. !M. H. Coon and Misses
Bertha Oonsales, Bertha 'Beatty, Em
ma Coon, Maud Mullenlx, Bessie Mul
lenlx, Grace A. Davis, Mrs. George II.
Nichols, Nollle Lutsey and Mae) Bene
dict, spent the day picnic-king at -Summit
Lake on Thursday.
Mr. Price, of West Side, was a visitor
at the Phillips villa on Thursday night.
Mr. George Wells, of Wllkes-IJarre,
was a visitor at the homo' of his father
Mr. F. B. Benedict and his daughter,
Mae, of Park Place, called on friends
here Thursday. . '
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Topic- cards for tho next six months
printed In good style at low prices. If you
contemplate an excursion or festival this
summer,, it will pay: you to -consult its
about printing posters, circulars, tickets,
etc. The Tribune.
dMLMO BUYS ONI OJr TUB COZIEST AND
ff most centrally located homo on Wast
8lde;modra Improtements. 100 for SS foot
lot on Fairview arenas. Iiilwrnl dlscoante
for easb. Kobert Merrlf ield, "lv Hproee strwt.
Money to Loan.
M AND OTHER BUM
. jjs to loan, u, b, surLVULfiiAi!
toraer, M Spruoe street. , -1.- ' ' ;
Cinfi II 000, 11.800 AND Ift.noo ON
fkiUU, mortgaiea. BBOWN, Attorney,
HOBprnee street. .
Until August 15 we will soil our early fall capos at about
half the original prices. We have also mado somo big
reductions in tho pricos of suits and separate skirts,
CONNOLLY & WALLACE, 2r"S,u?tH0.nue'
WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR. IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADH. NO CHAROm WILL BE LESS
THAN 26 CENTS. THIS RU LB AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS. EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREE.
i niun can learn tt a fluo position by ad
drcMinir WILLIAM ti. PLATT, 73) Elm
strwt, Cnmduu, M. J.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly: hie money for agents; no
capitnl required. EDWAKD C. FltiU CO.
lioi-.len Block. C'blOBKO. I1L
O wantt'il, acquainted with the loral and
nearby liruif and grocery trailo, to handle our
lino of high vrade cigars, Addreea, giving
refrronces, J. EDWAKD COWLEd CO., 143
Chambers atreat, N. Y.
Helo Wanted Females.
BALES LADIE8 WANTED IUMEDI
stcly. Apply at THE FAIR.
ANTED AN EXPERIENCED COOK.
HRH. NORTON. U13 Mulberry street.
WANTED HOOD CIRL FOR GENERAL
h'lusowork; good wages. MRS. JU8.
A. HE A Its, ZH South Main avenue.
V7 ANTED MIDDLE-AOEI) WOMAN AS
It eook in hotel; suitnliln salary. Address,
with references. Box luti. Plymouth. Pa.
Vl potto anlcgwonien to represent us.
Guaranteed $U a day without interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Writo
for particulars, inclosini; stamp, Man fro Chem
ical Company, No. "i John street, New York.
1.iOR RENT 4 FLOUUM OVER HARDING
chlnn store, arranged for boarding and
lodging, twenty rooms, parlor, aittintr, ltn
ninir. kitchen, hot and cold water; or will be
rented by floors to suit you, very low.
IOR KENT - HOUSE. MODERN IM
1 provements, IW4 Green Ridire; 116 oa In
quire V. E. NKTXLETON, im Washington
1WR RENT A LARGE, 4-STORY BUILD
inc at l;U Franklin avenue; suitable for
wholeaalo business. CAKtiON ft DAVIEH,
L-OR RENT SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
V Lackawanna avenue. Address THOMAS
E. EVANS, soar llltt Lucerne, Hyde Park.
'OR RENT NICELY FURNISHED HALL
suitable fur lodee rooms. JOHN JER-
MYN, 11!) Wyoininit ovonuu.
1?OH SALE - GOOD, SECOND HAND
' start delivery wuffon. NORTON'S,
FOR SALE CHEAP-LARGE HOUSE AND
burn and ono acre of ground at Dalton,
Pa. Aiidreat J, L. Swartz, Dalton, Pa,, or H,
D, Swartz. '223 Spruce street, city.
FOR BALE NEW HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
smalll lot Inquire fur Van Auker, Oee
mer's restaurant, Frauklin avenue. Call to
day. F'OK BALE AT REASONABLE FIGURES,
a lot of Hoe A Co-'s iron pipe composi
tion frames, singlo and double; also a lot of
Hooker chocs, in pairs, some extra depth. All
only sliirhtlv used and good ss new. Address
Inquiry to BUSINESS MANAGER, Tho Trlb
uue, Scranton, l'a.
THK HOME FOR THE FRIENDLESS OF
fer their property on the west aide of
Adauis avenue, between Pine ar 1 Gibson
streets consisting of Ave forty-foot lots, mak
ing a frontage of two hundred foeton Adams
avonue hv one hundred and fifty feet in depth,
improved, with a largo three story frame
house, Prtoo, thirtv thousand dollars,
EZRA II. RIPPLE.
WILLIAM T. SMITH.
HENRY A. KNAPP.
PUBLIC 8ALE-I WILL KXPOBBTO PUB
lie sle at the Arbitration Room in the
Court House In the city of Scranton, Pa., Aug.
17th, 18U5, at 10 a. m.. t WO.OOOof the ft ret mort
gage bonds of the Grlegsvlllo Salt and Mining
ceiupauy, held as collateral seonrlty.
CHARLES H. WELLES, Attorney.
rpUB FIXTURE8 IN STORE. 131 PENN
1 avenue, formerly J. Price, consisting of
show esses, safo. counters, dusks, shelving and
other fixtures, will bs aold at auction today at
U.ISO p. m. a H. SOPER.
Attorney for Creditors.
IOST-MASONIO CHARM OFF CHAIN,
J two diamonds set in It, opens and my
name in ft. Finder be rewarded. Dr. U. E.
CTRAYED-A SPOTTED COW, HED AND
white. Answers to the name of "Polly."
Strayoil from tho air shaft Held on Washburn
street, West Side. Parties returning same to
owner, Mrs. Mary Jones. l'Oi Washburn
trcot will be rropsrly rewarded.
office manager with tMJU to WOP: money
reminded from first sales; salary 1100 and
commissions on sales; references exchanged.
Box 77-i, St. Lonla.
Soeela! Not leas.
will make a monthly tour of the follow
ing places glviug free opju air advertising
hlhiiions with the stereoptioont TaylorvUte,
Hyde Park, Providenco, Dickson Olyohant,
Peekville, Arohbald, Jermyn. Exhibitions
given on Wednesday and Friday of each
woek during, the month, the rates for adver
tlsing are IhVper month. Address K. H.
CaliTrtlrane office, city.
rpHE BOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAH."
'J. You want this relic. Contain all of
Frank Leslie's famous old War 1'lcturee.show.
dig the feroee In actusl battle, sketched on the
spot Two volumes, 2.0UI pictures. .Bold on
easy montblT payment. Delivered by ex
press oomplote, all charges prepaid, Address
P. a MOODY, 021 Adams Ave., Beranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. If AOA
slnes, etc., bound or rebound at TIM
Tribusi offloe. (julca work. Heaaoaabla
prioaa, r .:, ''."(
tho ppdiiutmi Dcnmur rn 602 and 604
I lib dbllHlllUll ULUUinU bUu LaciL lie, Cor. ids
AGENTS-LADIES TO WORK FOR US:
we pay 10 a week in your locality, good
pay for part time. Peterson te Co., 6U4 Chi
cago Opera bouse, Chicago, IlL
T7E DON'T WANT BOYS OR LOAFERS,
" but men of ability; to $600 a month
to hustlers; atate and general agents; salary
and commission. Chemical Fire Extinguisher
Co.. Racine, la
rjENERAL AGENTS WANTED SELL.
V M lug new articles to dealers; exclusive ter.
jrttory, no competition, no capital required;
200 to aju per cent, profit. Columbia Chemical
Co.. ) Dearborn st Chicago, III,
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. TO
make $7 daily . selling our Aluminum
Novelties: look exactly like silver: weighs
one-quarter: featherweight; wonderful; new
KJ.?2,K.,BlnEto' l"0 : catalogue free; ALUM
1NUM NOVELTY CO.. H-tt Broadway. N. Y.
SALESMAN WANTED A MAN OF ABIL
ity in mercantile premium business; also
one lu the retail liquor and cigar trads. Ad
dress BRADLEE, 6 E. Itith St.. N. Y.
AGENTS OUR MEN ARE MAKING 25
to 8128 per week. Send forproofs F.aet
est seller In existence. LYONS F. S. H R.
CO., Goshen, lud.
AT ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new lightning selling table cloth.moe
quitoand house fly liquid at 10 cenU and Si
centa a koitU. -ul1M..jiubOI)Iu
M'F'O Co., Baltimore, Md. -
AGENTS HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER
ssl Hair Curlers and Wavers (used with
out heat), and "Pyr Pointed"Hatr Pine. Lib
raLcornmlKHlons. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 4H. New York.
WANTKD - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our line, no peddling. Salary,
S)!i per month and expeuses paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P.O. Box, &JW.
Meeting of Stockholders.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Scranton Glass com
pany will be held at the Board of Trade rooms
in the eity of Scranton, Saturday. Aug. l'th
at 10 a. m. ; for the purpese of electing a board
of directors to serve during the ensuing year
and to transact such other business as may be
legitimate and proper.
E. O. SPAULD1NQ, Secretary.
SITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT BY
the day doing washing and ironing; wsh
lngstaksn heme, aleo, Call or address L. B.&I4
North Sumner avenue, Hyde Park.
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNG
man as janitor or night watchman; test
of city references Addiese I, Acranton, Pa.
P08ITION WANTED i-BY EXPERIENCED
ealssman in dry goods; best rejereacer.
Address A. M. B Tribune office.
IOSITION WANTED MAN WANTS Po
sition at bookkeeper by month or day;
the same time for corresponding. Address a.
F.. Tribune office.
DRUGGIST, REGISTERED, WANTS Po
sition as olork or manager: It years' ex
perience; city or country. Addreea DKUG8,
care Bcrautoa Tribune.
A WIDOW WITH TWO CHILDREN
wants a position ss housekeeper. Call or
address V. M 810 Oswald court .-
SITUATION WANTED A COMPETENT
woman, aged St years, wants situation as
housekeeper or some good position in a re
spectable, temperate man a family. Address
11. A. BURCH. Dumnore, Pa.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. G. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to 61( Spruce street, Scranton, Pa.
(Just opposite Court House Square.)
DR. KAY, JOS PENN AVE.: 1 to I P. M :
call tm. Die. of women, obs tret rice and
and all dls. of chil.
DR. A. J. CONNKLl., OFFICE MI
Washington avenue, cor, Bpruce street,
over Krancke's drug ttroe. Residence,
1X3 Vine et. Offloe hours; 10.SM to U a.
m. and J to 4. and . to I.N p. m. Sun
day, 1 to J p. m.
DR. W. B. AIXJEN, HI North Waahingtoa
DR. C L. PREY, PRACTICE LIMITED
diseases of the Bye, KJar, ' Nose and
Throat; ottlce, 122 Wyoming ave. Rest
dence, fc Vine street.
DR. I M. GATES. 126 WASHINGTON
avenue. Ofiloe hours, I to a. m.. 1.30
to I and 7 to I p. in. Residence 20 Madi
on avenue. ;
DR. J. C. BATESON. RELIABLE SKIN,
Tumor and Cancer Specialist. Tuesdays
and Fridays, at 506 Linden street. Of
fice hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT. PORCKLAtN.
Bridge ana Crown work. Office, US
Washlngtonavenue. . . ' . -
C. C.LAUBACH"r SURGEON D-ONTIST,"
No. lit -Wyoming avenue. . - - .
R. M. 8TRATTON, OFFICB COAL EXj
. change. . ... '
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS ANH'
t . ,, Mailt Ia.- ,.,
a9an AIIOUmilHU 'WIU J Hih
on easier terms and pay you better oa
' investment thea any other association.
Call on 8. N. Callander, Dine Bank.
; building. . "-
JOS. KlfETTEL, REAR ill LACKA
- wanna avenue, Scranton. Pa., manutaa
turer ot Wire Bcreens.
, .... , -.
nil 18 !
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEY
and Counsellors at Law, Republics
Duuaing, Washington avenue, . sera
JE88UP8 - HAND. ATTfinVRVB ANT
Counsellors at law, CommonwealtU
eullding, Washington avenue.
W. H. JE88UP,
HORACE K. HAND,
W. H. JES8UP, JR.
PATTERSON & WILCOX. ATTOR.
neys and Counsellors at Law; offices I
and I Library building , Scranton. Pa,
ROSWELL H. PATTERSON.
. WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND.
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms It, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Room C Coal Exchange, Scran
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY.
at-Law, rooms 63, til and 65, Common
SAMUEL W, EDGAR, ATTORNEY - A T
Law. Office, 317 Spruce St.. 8cranton, Pa.
I A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawuna ave., Scranton, Pa.
URIE TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Dime Bank Building, Scranton.
Money to loan in large sums at S per
C. R. PITCHER", ATORNEYAT
law, Commonweulth building. Scran
CCOM EOYSTS-TSPRUCE STREET
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
B. F. KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 Wyoming ave., Scranton, Pa.
JAB. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY AT
law, 45 Commonwealth bld'g. Scranton.
J. M. C RANCK. LM WYOMING AV.
EDWARD W. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 24. 25 and 24, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER. ARCHITECT. OFFICS
rear of 60S Washington avenue. .
435 Spruce st cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
BROWN & MORRI8. ARCHITECTS,
Price building, 126 Washington avenue,
GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BROS.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls
for collge or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest Opens Scptembor 10.
REV. THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. BUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue, opens
Sept. 8. Kindergarten $10 per term.
O R. CLARK CO.. SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen; store l4t Washington ave.
nue; green house, ISM North Main ave
nue; store telephoe 7s2.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOB
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dinge and concert work furnished. For
terms addreea R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulberfa
. music store.
MEGARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, ISO Washington ave.. Scran
ton, Pa. i
FRANK P. BROWN CO.. WHOLE
sale dealers in Woodware. Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT AC
countaut and auditor. Rooms It and to.
Williams Building, opposite postefflce. '
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. Z1EGLER. Proprietor.
BCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. At W.
assenger depot. Conducted on tho
luropean plan, VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place.
Rates, $3.50 per day and upwards. (Amerl
can plan). B. N. AN ABLE,
Pioneer ot the hotel cen
ter in New Tors eity.
Noted for Its superb loca '
Uon, - superior rooms and
excellent cuisine service. The Standard
Hotel for giving MORE VALUE FOR
THE PRICE than any first-class hotel la
the world. Facing Central Park, Mtb and
teth sts Plaaa Square and Fifth avenue;
reached by any uptown ears, and the
crosstown cars at 69th St., which latter In
tersect all surface and elevated roads;
terminal staUon th ave. L road wRhta
half a block. Absolutely Fireproof.
American and European plans. Drinking
water and Ice used Is vaporised aad trosea'
on the premises, and eertlfled as to pBrHy
by Prof. Chandler. 9. A. HAMMOND. .
. a . ,.:.,.