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TITR KCHA2STOTT TKIBTTN-TinTRSDAT ' MOBHTOO. AUGUST 15, 1805.
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DIED IX THE PATROL.
jamcs MeGlna Meets Death While Bold!
a nvwir vpsterday moraine,
while Jamil McGinn "was: bring
driven to the county Jul!, he laid batk
In the wacun. and a moment later,
when Otllcer Baldts went to arouse
him, he found he was dead.
The deceased was arrested at Z
oVlock yesterday morning at the corner
of Lincoln and iMarKf I streets ior ui.t
orderly conduct, die was, at the time
he was arrested, suffering from a mild
attack of delirium tremens, but was
not violent. After being locked uu
he seemed to grow quietand made no
disturbance during the remainder of
the night. In the morning when the ceil
door was opened McvSinn was found
with clothing tifr. yet eemingiy ra
t''na! of mind. The policemen dressed
him. and noticing his wean conuuion,
dlsrntehed a messeiicer for Dr Long.
who came at once, gave him some
brandy, und told ..Mayor Nichols to lane
the man somewhere for treatment.
iMi'iVr.n was suffering from alcoholism,
and his heart was beating rather lr
reirulnrlv. bnt otherwise his condi
tio:! was not alarming. By order of
the mayor he was taken to the Jail to
be treated by the prison physician.
The urlsoner walked strongly and en-
tered the patrol wugon wlthont assis
tance. He talked to the officers on the
way to the Jail, and neither of them
suspected that the man was near death.
At the prison yard while waiting for the
door to be opened, otneer names sug
gested that he lay down and rest. Mc
Uinn did so and a few mlnutei after
ward when tho officers went to arouse
him, they found that he was dead.
The remains were at once taken to
his home on Whiskey Hill, and the
house was neat and comfortable
throughout. He was a hard worker
and had been employed as blacksmitn
at the Empire mine for twenty years
past, and although frequently dis
charged for drinking, was Immediate
ly re-employed when he sobered up.
He was the best blacksmith In the
employ of the Lackawanna and Wilkes
Tiarre Coal company and had the repu
tation of being the most competent
shoer In the valley.
McGinn's one weakness was drink
lie would frequently stay sober for six
months, and then go on a spree of a
week. The last one, which terminated
fatally, was begun last Saturday, when
he left home and had not been seen by
his family until his body was taken
home. Jle was 43 years old. was born
in Ireland and had been In Wilkes
dtarre for twenty-four years. He leaves
a wife and three children, all adults.
THE TIME EXTENDED.
Owing to tho Delay In the Tax Duplicates
More Time Is Given.
Yesterday was the last day for ob
taining the 5 per cent, rebate on taxes,
but owing to the efforts. of Tax Re
ceiver Chase, It was extended until
Aug. 24. He called the attention of the
city council, the poor board, the school
board and the county commissioners to
t'lie fact that there had been an unusual
delay In getting the duplicates Into the
hands of the proper persons, which nat
urally reduced the time for the pay
ment of taxes. vAt Tuesday's meeting
of council a resolution was passed pro
viding for the extension, but It was
contingent on the concurrence of the
school board. Director Smythe was in
Pottsvllle and could not be communi
cated with In time. But after some
hustling the following document was
Wilkes-Bar. Pa., Aug. 14, 1895.
E. "H. Chase, receiver of taxes:
Dear Sir As members of the school
board of this city, we authorize you to
extend the time during which the 5 per
cent, abatement of taxes may be al
lowed to Aug. 14. inclusive.
This action will be ratified at the next
meeting of the board.
O. W. Outhrle. W. O. Weaver, E. J.
Butler and Ed. Mackln.
The omission of Mr. Ilouser's name Is
explained by the fact that he could not
The poor board met yesterday morn
ing, as did the county commissioners,
and both bodies were unanimous in
a -eelng to the extension.
Thomas Burns, a driver boy in No.
14 shaft of the Pennsylvania Coal com
pany, had his thumb cut off and the
rest of his hand badly lacerated yes
terday by a car. The boy was taken
to the Plttston hospital and his wounds
were treated. He resides at Port Grif
fith. Peter Kutz, a 12-year-oM boy, re
ceived some InJurU-s yesterday while
ploying near the lloneyport at Narrti
coke, which will probably prove fatal.
The boy was i eratne high rocks near
the spot mentioned, and while leaping
from one to another "Jos his footing
and fell about thirty feet, fracturing
Ms skull. His recovery is very dtiult
ful, and last night he had not regained
U. Mlttleman, of flcranton, through
Til attorney, J. L. lrvahan, has
broufftt suit ag-alnstt the Wyoming Val
ley Traotlon company for 110,000 dam
ages. Mlttleman was driving on Brew
ery H111 4n this city when, by reason of
an alleged faulty track, his wagon
whwel caught, upset and smashed the
wagon and severely injured him.
Lewis Klelrtberg, of Errwardsvllle, by
his attorneys, John P. Kelly and J. L.
Lenahan, have brought ault against
the Inter-state Mutual Fire Insurance
company, of Philadelphia, for damages
of $1,000. The abatement sets forth that
he .was Insured In said company and
when he had a fire they refused to pay
him the loss.
Inspecting Railroad Property. "
Assistant Trainmaster Newberry left
yesterday morning tit, 'Manager steam's
private car for Ruwbury, at which place
he was Joined by Buperlntendent
Oelgtrton, of the Sun bury division;
Chief Engineer of Maintenance of Way
Preston, of Willlamspont; Tram Master
Swank, of Sunbury, and Mr. Savldge,
an attorney of Philadelphia. They
Works wonders In cur
Ins torturing, disfigur
ing: diseases of the skin,
scalp, and blood, and es
pecially baby humours.
'mmu a- cast ansrtinnrt.
then visited different railroad property
in Mount Carmvl, PotUvllle. Hasleton
and this city. They spent the night
at the Valley house and will complete
their tour this morning between here
Lehigh Valley Officials on a Toar of
Yesterday morning a number of the
most prominent utticials of the Lehigh
Valley railroad arrived in this city for
the purpose of inspecting the various
collieries of the company near this
place. They had a special car on the
road and arrived here at It o'clock, be
ing taken directly to the company s of
tlce in the Coat Kxehange building,
where they wereonet by Superintendent
W. A. Lathrop and then set out on their
tour ox inspection. The collieries on
the east lda of the river were visited
first, and then the party crossed and in
spected the workings of the company
on west side. The visiting party was
made Un as follows1:
J. W. Skeele, general western agent.
J. II. liorton, general northern sales
agent, of Buffalo.
11. P. Myers, eastern agent, of Boston
I It. Barrett, general eastern agent,
or New York.
F. P. Ryder, southern sales agent, of
Walter E. Cox, line agent, of South
Alonxo P. iBIakeslee, superintendent
of coal toranch.es, of Delano.
C. H. Webb, oar accountant, of South
George L. Houser, general forward
ing agent, of South Bethlehem.
John Taylor, general traffic manager.
F. B. (Morris, fmlfiping agent, Perth
Ara'Doy, n. j.,
Oeorge M. 'BrlH. train master. Delano.
Charlea Blakealee. iHauch Chunk.
Thomas Cole, South Bethlehem.
Ueonru . Taylor, coal freight agent,
John Markle, Jeddo. (Pa.
Accompanying the party on Its tour
through Wyoming Valley today were:
W. A. "Lathrop, general superintend
P. M. Chase, rtilef accountant.
I. R. Molster, division superintendent.
K. u. Merour. division engineer.
S. D. Warrlner, mechanical engineer.
j. A. Mor arlane. stenographer.
The party returned to Olen Summit
last evening, spent the night there, and
today wlM visit the collieries in the Ha
The New Bicycle Clnb.
An enthusiastic meeting of the
vt iiKes-Marre'WTuelmen was held Tues
day evening at their rooms, the 'busi
ness being the second reading of the
constitution and by-laws. The Wilkes-
Harre wneelman are taking very care
that the new club will be governed in a
careful and economical manner. The
next meeting will take place Tuesday
evening, Auig. 20, when the final read
ing or the by-laws will ibe heard and ar
rangements made for the furnishings of
the new quarters. The membership
numbers over slxt, very encouraging
evidence of the necessity of a club cen
A Case of Trespass.
Michael Cuslck recently purchased a
house and lot in Hanover township
from the Lehigh and Wllkee-Barre
comipany and without sufficient notifi
cation started in, to dippossess the ten
ants. . The latter brought suit for tres
pass against him before Alderman Don-
ohue yesterday, and after a partial
hearing tho case was adjourned for one
Fire at Sugar Notch.
A house owned by Frank Cooney.' and
occupied by a Hungarian tenant. In the
rear of Oak street, Sugar Notch, was
totally destroyed by fire early yester
day morning. The loss was about
$1,200. The tenants got out safely and
succeeded In saving most of their furni
Thebbr new addition to the ExrJinnre
hotel -will be completed by the end of
mis month, and will add twenty-five
more rooms to the hotel, making the
total capacity oil-out 130 guests.
rne funeral of 'Mrs. Cather ne
O'Brien was held from her late resi
dence on Mill street, yesterday morning
wun a nign mass or requiem at St.
Mary's. Kev. Father Broderick .being
Professor Wood will hold a nublio re
ception at his new business college in
memorial nan on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday afternoon and evenings of
The Wyoming camn mefltmir onened
yesterday, iwlth a good attendance. The
opening exercises were conducted by
Kev. vv. u. Mimpson and the second
was preached by Presiding Elder Eck-
Sons of Liberty Lodge. Loyal Knights
of America, will hold their plcnio at
Lake Ariel on Friday.
The ladles of Memorial church held
a well attended lawn festival Jnt eve
ning In the church yard. Oppenhelm's
orchestra furnished the music.
John Gaylock. a Polander. was
burned by gas in the Dorrance mine
yesterday. Ho was taken to the City
Another gang of bad looking tramps
were corralled In flutter's grove last
evening by the police and sent to Jail,
after being given a hearing by Alder
man Da v toon.
The Enworth league of the Parish
Street Meithodlst Episcopal church will
hold an toe cream festival at the corner
of Brown and Blackman streets to
Dan Shannon, captain nnd manager
of the WllkesJBarre iBae Ball team,
has naa a good offer to nlav and man
age the Washington Ball club next
year. 'He will probably accept Who offer.
The annual picnic of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians will be held at
Mountain Park today, and a large
crowd is expected.
Controller Lloyd expects to assume
the duties of his office as soon as the
court approves his bond. The court will
convene on Hcpt. Z, and this work will
be the first done.
A strong petition has been sent in thn
Pennsylvania railroad asking for bet
ter accommodations at the Smith
John Schneider has been elected hv
Hook and Ladder company, No. 6, of
this city as a delegate to the state con
vention. Joseph Schuber was chosen
Anthony Kunper was arrested venter.
day for cruelty to a horse by Mr. Wal
ters, of the Humane association. He
will be given a hearing by Alderman
The dry goods house of VnrA .nnr.
tell baa been closed by the sheriff on
two executions of the Syracuse Knit
ting company aggregating $5,420.
Farmer Thomas, of Parsons, who ms
charged with maintaining a nuisance,
a yrnierua.jr uinma sea Derore Alder
man Thomas for lack of evidence.
Mrs. James Laws SDent Sunita,- with
her brother. Haydn Hoover, ot New.
Mrt. EHIah Tbihbln han eetairrwul
from Carbondale, where she hae been
visiting her daughter. Bin. Lyman
Owing to the Increasing traffln an Mis
Lake Branch of the Lehigh Valley rail
road, the company have been compelled
xo eniar-o weir fttauon in this place.
Miss Bell Robinson haa returned
home after few days' visit with
friends n 8chuylkHL
Mr. ana Mrs. John Wild and Mrs.
Alton Qarnett, who have been vkntlnc
friends in England for the past two
months, set sail from (Liverpool on the
American line for New York. Aug. 7.
They are expected home Saturday or
Dr. V. J. Saunders spent Tuesday
tn Bcranton. .. ,
(The Plttston office of the Seranton
Tribune has been opened by H. W. eraser.
agent, at No. Williams street, where con
tribution of news, complaints ot non-delivery,
orders for Job work of all descrip
tions, should b addressed and regular
subscriptions received. Advertising and
subscription rates cheerfully submitted.
A nartv of consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Archie MoDougull, Miss Day Steele, of
Seranton; Misses Janet Law, Nettle
and Jeanette Hughes, Hattie cooper
and Miss Abbott. Messrs. John Stark,
Oeorge Cooper, Frank Cool, Lr. sic
kown. Morris Hughes and Frank
Howell spent yesterday afternoon and
evening picnicking ait Everhart'a Is
John Lloyd and John Thamos. of the
Vuktui Iron works, left Monday to take
a week's trip on their bicycles. They
went to Stroud aburg by rail. From
there they wheeled to Port Jervls, where
they took supper, and then started for
Newbery on the Hudson. They Intend
visiting New York ami the Mew ung
land states before they return.
A special 'meeting of the West (Pitts
ton school board was held Tuesday eve
ning. Miss Rose Fee, of Towa.nda, was
the successful applicant for the situa
tion in the high school made vacant by
the resignation of Miss May Emory.
Miss Fee is an experienced teacher; a
graduate of the Towanda Collegiate
Institute and well fitted for the posi
tion. She was preceptress of the Edin
boro State Normul school for three
years, where she taught Latin, German
and elocution. She is highly recom
mended and will, no doubt, prove a
valuable assistant in our ihlgh srnooi.
The base ball game scheduled for this
afternoon has been declared off.
Joseph Sehooley yesterday removed
his rurally to his 'handsome new sum
m'r home at Olen Summit.
The transportation committee of the
board of trade are agitating the erec
tion of a new Lehigh Valley station on
The relaying of the dear old cobble
stones was commenced yesterday. This
time they are to be hid from view by a
coat of asphalt.
Miss Oenevleve Gillespie 4s spending
a few weeks at Lake Ariel, for the
benent or ner 'health.
A letter dated Berlin, Aug. 2, was
received yesterday from C. Frank Bo
ban. He states that himself and party
are enjoying good, neaitn.
Thomas Burns, of Port Grimth, a
driver boy at No. 14, had his hand
badly lacerated by a very large piece
of coal. It was necessary to amputate
the thumb. He was taken to the hos
The tailors brushed the typos In a
game of base 'ball at the Fair grounds,
yesterday. The printers were sponged
out of twenty-six runs by the tailors,
who pressed them down to fifteen Im
pressions. The typos were not at the
case so could not hold & stick with the
Plttston Business Directory.
FOR FIRST-CLASS PLUMBING CALL
en Wright & Co., 87 South Main street.
A new range for sale or exchange; also
second-hand household goods, bought or
Miss Lizzie Gibbons, of (Plttston, Is
visiting at the home of airs. Gibbons on
iMJss IMary Cummlngs, of Archbald,
Is spending a few days with the Misses
Dougher, of West Avoca.
Oeorge Cave, of Wilkes-Barre, called
on friends here yesterday.
Miss Alice Morahan returned last
evening after a pleasnt two weeks'
visit with Seranton friends.
Mrs. 'M. Thompson returned home
yesterday after visiting friends In Jer
myn for two weeks.
At 4 o'clock last evening, In the pres
ence of a large assemblage, Francis
Lester andiMlss Anna Naughton, popu
lar young people or town, were united
In marriage In St. Mary's church by
Rev. M. K. Crane. The bride presented
a beautirul appearance gowned in
cream cashmere, with silk and ribbon
trimmings. She wore a hat of white
tulle and chrysanthemums, and car
ried a boguet of bridal roses and
maiden-hair fern. The bridesmaid, Miss
Mary Reap, wore a gown of cream and
a white mull hat, and carried bridal
roses and pink aweetpeas. Mr. Will
English, a popular tonsorlal artist
of town, acted as groomsmann. Miss
Lizzie 'Murphy presided at the organ
and played the wedding march from
(Lohengrin. After the ceremony the
bridal party enjoyed a drive to Wyo
ming, after which a reception was held
at the home of the bride. The house
was handsomely decorated with bo-
quets and potted plants. The guests
enjoyed an evening of rare pleasure.
They have the good wishes of the com
Misses Bessie Hughes, of Wilkes-
Barre, Anna Devers, of Providence, Pa.,
and iMary 'Murphy, of Archbald, are
tne guests or miss Kate uougher.
M. J. Early, of Plttston. was a caller
In town last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Will O'Mallev visited
friends In Wilkes-Barre yesterday.
.irs. istark and Miss IMctKaa of
-Plalnsvllle, are the guests of Mrs. R.
Newlln for a few days.
The members of the Primitive Metho
dist church are making extensive ar
rangements preparing for a flower car
nival to be held in the near future,
In the basement of the church.
Miss Kate Manley left todar for
'Philadelphia, at which nlace nho u
to Join the order of the Sisters of the
Messrs. Ashley and Shaw, of Hack.
ettstown, Of. J. are In town examining
tne locality witn a view to selecting the
most favorable Bite for the proposed
siiK mm, put in tne absence of the
president, Mr. Shifter, the location has
not been decided upon. He is exDected
lUrl. JR. Ti IRaPT mtnlr m rill larni. In .
few days for a visit with her sister In
I ii m III Mn il l.
Mrs. T. D. Lamb, who has been visit
ing In Clifford, has returned home.
William rinplrnt htia w.r,,wt w .
Gannon's house, on Dayton avenue,
lately vacated by Mrs. Dorherty.
Dr. A. B. Lonfff-finr wnt flttt,in .
Klstler lake on Monday, and brought
home wltih hhn twenty-four of the fin
est pickerel ever brought to this place.
Ciuude Simmons Is now carrying The
Tribune, as the regular carrier, Master
iiviBii xjumu, is visiting in Royal.
fnrlr thlQ half, kun 1 , .. .
. . "i mTjim in vaseline
are excellent substitute for glass stop-
tiers. Aclti Jn nn wa. . i .
' . , , - . ' mem, ana
chemical g fumes do not cause decay In
...,,., ub come nxea by a
blow or long disuse, which latter fact will
be appreciated by those who often lose
f .'Tn f anil Ipmrwr K ' 1 K&. . . .
per" In short, they have H the utilities
If the Baby Is Catting Teeth.
Mrs. Whitlow's Soothing Syrup has ben
used for over Fifty Tears by miimh. .
Mothers for their Children while Teething
with Perfect Success. It Soothes the
Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain;
Cures Wind Colio, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea, Sold by Druggists In ev
ery part of the world. Be sure and ask for
VMrs. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. Twenty-five cents
WANTKD-BY BESPOltBIBLB HOUBB,
floe manscer with M00 to j0Di taten
refnaded from Aral sales- salary 1100 and
nlfejon, oa satosi nfermoM exobanftd.
la Our Great Grandfather Time,
big bulky pills were in
general use. Like the
that decade they
were big and clum
sy, but ineffec
ury of enlight
enment, we have
cure all liver.
ments in the
a little now and then, with a- gentle,
cleansing laxative, thereby removing of
fending matter from the stomach and
bowels, toning up and invigorating the
liver and quickening its tardy action,
and you thereby remove the cause of a
multitude of distressing diseases, such as
headaches, indigestion, or tlysepia,
biliousness, pimples, blotches, eruptions.
boils, constipation, piles, fistulas and
maladies too numerous to mention.
If people would pay more attention to
properly regulating the action of their
bowels, they would have less fre
quent occasion to cull for their doctor's
services to subdue attacks of dangerous
That, of all' known agents to accom
plish this purpose, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets are uuequuled, is proven by the
fact that once used, they are always itt
favor. Their secondary effect is to keep
the bowels open and regular, not to fur
ther constipate, as is the case with other
pills, Hence, tlictr great popularity,
with sufferers from habitual constipation,
piles and indigestion.
A free sample of the " Pellets," (4 to 7
doses) on trial, is mailed toanv address.
post-paid, on receipt of name and address
on postal card.
Address, World's Dispensary Msdi
CAt, Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE. NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 2S CENTS. THI8 RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED. WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREE.
WANTED - 74 MEN, 25 CONCKETK
workers and AU laborers. Apply to
uuna unu i nkKS, vv lutes-tiarre.
PHOTO TICKET AGENTS AND PIOrUKE
men can learn of a flue position by ad
dressing WILLIAM U. PL ATT, TM Elm
street, Camden, N. J.
ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock subserlD-
tions; a monopoly: big money for agents; no
capital required. EDWAKD C. FISH CO.,
Borden Block, Chiosso.'IlL
SALESMEN - RESIDENT SALESMEN
wanted, acquainted with ths local and
nearby drna and grocery trade, to handle our
lino of blh t-radfl rii-ara. Address, sivlnir
reforonnes, J. EDWARD COWLEd Co., U3
Chambers street, N. Y.
Helo Wanted Females.
rapb-ir and typowrlter for B-iieml of
fice work: must bo am-urate at tliurus and
good, plain writer. Addrest Box 423, U. P. O,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENER
irotio saleswomen to ' rsDreaont us.
Guaranteed li a day without interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation, write
for narticulars. iiiclmlnt stamp. Matiiro Chem
ical Company, No. 7a John street, New York.
T?OR RENT-A LAHOE. 4-STORY BUILD-
V ine at M Franklin avenue: suitable for
wholesale, business. CARSON DAVIKS,
FOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna avenue. Addrns THOMAS
E. EVANS, aear Has Lucerne, Hyde Park.
FOB RENT-NICELY FURNISHED HALL
suitable for ludirs rooms. JOHN JKK-
UYN, 1IU Wyoming ovenne.
N OHO AN FOR SALE OH WILL TRADE
ior a good msre UH East Markot street
FOR SALE CHEAP LARUE HOUHR AND
barn and one acre of ground at Dalton,
Pa. Address .1. L Hwurtz. DalK.n. Pa., or 11.
D, Bwartz. 228 Spruce street, city.
(fOR SALE AT REASONABLE FIUURES.
a lot of Hoe A Co. 'a iron nlnn enmnnal.
tion frames, single and double; also a lot of
Booker rases, in uaira. some extra dnnth all
only sllifhtly oned and good as new. Address
inquiry 10 bubimbbb jianauck, Toe Trlb
uuo, Seranton, Pa.
THK HOME FOR THE FRIENDLESS Of
fer their property on -thn went aidn of
Adams avenue, Iwtween Piue atd Oihinn
streets, consisting of five forty-root lota, mak
ing a irouiave oi two nunureci reet on Adams
avenue by one hundred and Bfty feet In depth,
Improvel, with a large three story frame
house. Price, thirty thnnsand dollar.
r.ZKA H. .RII'PLK,
WILLIAM T. SMITH,
IIENKY A. KNAPP,
I'HB ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
1 stockholders of 't he Bonta Plate ttlsae
Company will be hold at the ufllne ot the com
pany, III Lackawanna avenue, Seranton, Pa.,
on Wednesday, Sept. 18th, at I p. m.; for the
purpose of electing a board of directors to
serve during the ensuing year and to transact
sucn owsr ousinem as may be leiral and
proper. W. a BUCHANAN, Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING NOTICE IS
hereby clven the stockholders of ha
Seranton Axle Works that the annual meeting
for the election of olHcers and the transaction
of inch other business as may oomo before tho
meeting, will be held at the office of tin com-
sny at tneir works, Thursday, August Kid,
Vt, at 8 o'clock, p. m
THOMAS J. MOORE.
Seranton, Pa.. Presidnt
Aug. 1st, 1803.
OTICE-ON AND AFTER MAY 1, I
ing places givfhg free op.-n air advertising ex
hibitions with Ibe steroopllcon: Taylorville,
. v.. I ,11.-, JIl.iu.iu, , " "J " ' 111 1IU11S
given on Wednesday and Friday of each
. I. J 1.- .1 . . . u. .
wwi& uuiiuk mjv iuuu.ui un j i. vus inr adver
tising are llU per month. Address K. H.
Csll.Trlbune ofDoe, elty.
tirpBE SOLDIER IN OUB OIVIIj WAR."
J. Yon want this relic Contains all f
Frank Leslie's famous old War Plcturee.show.
ing the forose la actual battle, sketched on the
put. Two volumes, 2,0uU pictures, Hold on
easy monthly payment. Delivered by ex-
P. O. MOODY, tta Adams Ave., Seranton. Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
slnea etc.. bound or rahonnit t.t t..
Tribuxb ofUce. Wuick work. Reaaonable
TN RE ESTATE OF MINNIE RINCK, DE
A eeased. In the Orphans' Court of Lacka
wanna count.. -
he andet-alsiied, . an auditor, apaolate4 by
the Orphans' Court of Laekawanna county to
make distribution of the funds in the bands of
'Sf-li. : PtW' "M'lan,Tiereby gives
notice that he will attend to the duties of his
aptjolntmsut at his offloe, rooms S and , la the
Odd fellows building, Herantoa, Pa,, on Tuee
day, Septembsr 17, A. D. im, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at whloh time ana falana all tiaaii lait.
sted and having claims on said fund mast ap-
SA&O-L W. XDOAB, Auditor.
SILKS! SILKS! SILKS! SILKS!
We have been fortunate in securing about 20 pieces of
FINE CREPON SILKS
( Which we consider are worthy of a special announcement The weave is of the
Plisse effect, with Satin Stripe, and the groundwork is one color, of which there
are about a dozen shades. The Satin Stripes are in some instances the same shade,
in others a beautiful contrasting tint.
The price of these Silks has been up to the present time $1.7 5 per yard.
OUR PRICE IS '
Ssr-This is without doubt the most Important Silk announcement ever
made in Seranton.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE, 2o9olonue;
AT ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED
sell new liahtnine aellini table cloth.
quitoand housefly liquid at 10 oenta and it
cents a bottle. Sample free. BOLOIANO
M'F'O Co., Baltimore, Wd.
AOENTS-HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER.
sal Hair Curlers and Wavers (used wlth
ont heat), and "I'yrPointed"Hair Pins. Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and foil par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box Os. Mew York.
WANTED - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our line, no peddling. Balarv,
7S per month and expenses paid to all. Ooodt
entirely -new. Apply quickly. P.O.Box, 6308,
VJTENOGKAt'HKR AND TVPU WRITER
tp Yonng lady, well qualified beginner, ds-
.inwpuKiiiDa. Aaaress J, rnouneomce.
A WIDOW WITH ONE CHILD WOULD
iiKee piace as Housekeeper. Call or ad
areas 336, Kresalcr court.
WANTED-A 8ITUATION BY A VOUNQ
man as jsnitor or uight watchman; teat
yi cut references Anuress u, ileranton. Pa.
T30SITION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
f-. , salesman in dry goods; best referencer,
Aouress a. as. B., Tribune omoa.
U Bition as clerk or raauager; It years' ex-
. J .... j . muu. n. iiivuo,
care Scran ion Tribune,
WIDOW WITH TWO CHILDREN
L Wailta a nnsitlon aa hnnMkMM -all nt
.1 AT ,f .110 . . , . . -
Muuira. , . ju., uiu uBwaia court.
SITUATION WANTED-A COMPETENT
3 woman, aged 32 years, wants situation as
housekeeper or soma a-ood iKialtlon in a n
spectablo, temperate man a family. Address
ju. a. nuntu, usniaoro, i a.
Physicians and Surgeons,
DR. G. EDOAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to 616 Spruce street, Seranton, Pa.
(Just opposito Court House Square.)
DR. KAY, 206 PENN AVE.: 1 to I P. M.;
call 2082. Dis. of women, obstretrlce and
and all dla. of chll.
DR. A. J. CONNELts OFFICE Ml
Washington avenue, cor. Spruce street,
over Francke'a drug stroe. Residence.
722 Vine St. Office hours: 10.30 to 13 a!
m. and 2 to 4. and 6.30 to 7.30 p. in. Sun
day, 2 to 3 p. m.
DR. W. B. A I.I .EN, OS North Washington
DR. C. U FREY. PRACTICE LIMITED
diseases or the Eye, Kar, Nose and
Throat; olllce, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence, 529 Vine street.
DR. li. M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON
avenue, -.mice nours, s to a. tn., I SO
to I and 7 to 6 p. in. Residence M Madl
DR. J. C. BATESON, RELIABLE SKIN,
i umor una wancer nppciausi. Tuesdays
and Fridays, at 505 Linden street Of
fice hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT, PORCELAIN.
Brmge ana urown worg. otnoe, K3
C. C. LAUBACH. SURGEON DENTIST.
No. 115 Wyoming avenue.
R. M. STRATTON, OFFICE COAL Ex
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
ana counsellors at Law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Seran
JES8UP8 Si HAND, ATTORNEYS AND
vounseiiors at law, "CommonweallS
oullding, Washington avenue.
W. H. JE8SUP.
HORACE E. HAND.
W. H. JE8SUP, JR.
PATTERSON A WILCOX. ATTOR.
neys and Counsellors at Iw; otlicea I
and I Library building , Seranton, Pa.
ROSWELL H. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND.
jiuorneya ana counsellors, -commonwealth
building. Rooms It, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT.
aw. itoom a, coal uxenange, scran
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY.
-j.i-i.-i-T, rooms ttj, m ana tu, vommoa
SAMUEL W. EDGAR, ATTORNEY-AT-
viiiuu, an capruce si., Dcranion, ira.
A. WATRES. ATTORNEV.AT.LaW.'
423 Lackawana ave., Seranton, Pa.
URIH TOWNSEND. ATTORNEY AT
iaw, iime Bank Building, Boranton.
Money to loan in large sums at ( par
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT
law, Commonwealth building, Seran
C. COMEGYS. S21 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security. 40
li. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
-rjruiiiing ave., ocramon, i-a.
JA J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY AT
taw, to uommonweaitn bid g, seranton.
J. M. C RANCK. IM WTOHINO AVB.
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
ixan Association win loan you money
on easier terms and pay you better on
Investment than any other association.
Call on 8. N. Callender, Dime Bank
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR 611 LACK A-
wanna avenue, Seranton, la., manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
. Boranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls
ror conge or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Cstalogue af re
quest. Opens September 10.
. , REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
' WALTER H. BUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 41t Adams avenue, opens
Sept. t. Kindergarten 10 per term.
O. R. CLARK A CO., SEEDSMHN AND
. Nurserymen ; store 1H Washington ave-
nuer green nouse, ure wia jaaia are
aim; gtora telephoe M '
59c. A YARD.
1 SCHIlllIOll BEDDING CO, -r?
EDWARD H. DAVIS. ARCHITECT.
Rooms 24, 25 and 26, Commonwealth
B. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICE
rear of 606 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK.JR.. ARCHITECT,
438 Spruce St.. cor, wash, ave., Boranton.
BROWN ft MORRIS,' ARCHITECTS.
Price building, 126 Washington avenue,
GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BROS.
BAITER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert's
MEGARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, liW Washington ave., Seran
FRANK P. BROWN A CO.. WHOLE,
sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms It and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postodica
Agent for the Has Fire Eatlngulaher.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK-
Iln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. 21EQLER. Proprietor.
SCR ANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. A W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place,
Rates, 13.50 per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. AN ABLE,
Pioneer of the hotel cen
ter in New York cltv.
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, Uth and
60th sts., Plata Square and Fifth avenue;
reached by any uptown cars, and the
crosatown cars at Uth 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 Is vaporised and frosen
on the premises, and certified as to purity
by Prof. Chandler. V. A. HAMMOND.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and ausqaetwua Divlana
Anthracita coal used exclusive!-. Inaur
tag cleanliness and eo-utort
liai l ABLa in M r ".tijunr. . ju.
Trains leave Boraatea ior riiujwn.
wues- ar re, ete as sjs. s, .
Ji. .(. 3.05. i.uo, 1.10 p. m. Sundays, aw
a. m., 1.00. all, 7l0 p. m.
For Atlantic City. 1.10 a m.
For New York. Newark and BHsabetk.
I to (express) a. m., l. (express with Hut
fet parWr car). S.65 (expreee) p.m. Sua
day, 2.16 p. m. Train leaving La P. m,
arrives at Philadelphia, Reading Term
inal. 4.11 p. m. and New YOra aw p. m.
For Mauch Chunk, Allentowa. Bethle.
hem, Easton and Philadelphia. Mo a.m.
1.18, l.ui, 6.00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
VkrtansT ranch. Ocean Grove. ta at
t.M a. m. (through coach), l a p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrliburi,
via Allentown, 6.30 a. m., Ltt, 5.00 p. m.
Sunday, 1.16 p.m. .
For Hott.viile, 6.20 a. m.. t.B p. n.
Returning, leave) new ior a, 1001 oi uo.
rty street. North river, at 110 (express!
a.m.. 1.10. ID. 4.30 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p.m. Sunday, 4. JO a.m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
I.M a.m., loo and 4.30 p.m. Sunday in
''Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application in ad
vance to the tloket annt at the staUoa,
H. P. BALDWIN.
Gen. Pass. Agent.
9. H. OLHAUBEN. Gen. SupL
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 14, IMS.
Trains leave Seranton as follows: E
frees for New York and all points East
40. 150, 6.14. 6.00 and 6.55 am.; 1156 and 166
B-HV . a, . n ..11,4,1.
mxpreas ior iwaniuu, ir-siun. ii.i-.---Phla
and the south, 116, 160 and lit a.m
UH and 14 p.m.
Washington and way stations, IB p av
Sibyhanna accesnmodatloa. lit Pu
: press for Blnghamton, Oswego. KI-
Blra. Corning. Bath. Dansvllle, otn
orris and Buffalo. 11.10, 1.11 am., and l.tt
p.m., making close connections at uur
falo te all points In the West , Northwest
tn aceammoaanon, a.m.
ilnghamten and way stations, 1117 p.m.
flehelaon accommodation, at 4 p. m. and
110 p. m.,
Blnfbasntoa and Elmlra Express, CM
Utioa and Rlchneld Springs, it am, and
vUle, taaklair elosa ceaaeotlons at Norta
urn bar lander Wllllamspert. Harrlsburg.
xVidiuM. Wuklutm ana the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
Mena, lOOVO.tl am. and 1.10 and 107 p.m,
aV'detalled latoraattoa, wkst ttaM
annoeae ana uiifnn-rami. V-V":""
and 11.M m. Plymouth aad totsf
Btedlate statlensil and 161 p.m.
Fullmaa barter aad sleeping ooeehes oa
May U, ltK.
Train leaves Seranton for Philadelphia
and New York via D. & H. R. R. at l it
a. m., 12.06, 1 20. 2.38 and 11.36 p. m., via D.,
L4W.R.R, 100, 108, 1L20 v m,, and Lit
Leave Seranton for Plttston and Wilkes
Barre, via D , L. W. R. R., 100, 101 1L26
a. m., 160, 6.07. 6.61 p. m.
Leave Seranton for White Haven, Ha
tlnton, Pottsvllle and all points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsvllle branches,
via E. A W. V. R. R . 6.40 a.m., via D. A H.
R. R. at 7.45 a. m 12.06. 1.20, 3.38, 4.00 p. m.
Via D.. L. W. R. R. 6.00, 106, U.20 a. m.
L30, 1.50 p. m.
Leave Seranton for Bethlehem, Easton.
Reading, Harrlsburg and all Intermediate
rolnts via D. A H. R. R.. 7.46 a.m., 12.05.
20. 2.36. 4.00, 11.38 p. m., via D., U W. R.
R.. 1.00, 108, 11.20 a. m., 1.30 p. m.
Leave Seranton for Tunkhannoek, To
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate points via D. H. R. R-, 146
a.m., 12.05 and 11.35 p.m., via D, L. W.
R. R.. 10S. .S6 a.m.. 1.10 p.m. '
Leave Seranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all
Joints west via D. A H. R. R., 8.45 a.m.,
2.06, 115. 11.31 p.m., via D.. L. W. R. R.
and Plttston Junction, 8.0s, 6.55 a.m., 1.30.
150 p.m., via E. A W. V. R. R., 141 p.m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca.
Via D. A H. R. R , 8.(5 a.m., 12.05, 4.05 p.m..
Via D., L. A W. R. R.. 108, 156 am., L30.
and 4.07 p.m. ... .
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between LAB.
Junction or Wilkes-Barre and New York.
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension)
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CHA8.8.LEE.Oen.PaJs. Agt, Phlla., Pa.
Au W. NONNEMACHER, Asst Oea.
Paaa, Art. South Bethlehem. Pa.
BOAD. Y Commenolng Monday.
La. day. July , all trains
fa will ani ve at new Lack-
a-aranna avaaua statloa
Trains will leave Bermn
for Carbondale and la-
termed laU peaats at 110, 146. 7.00. 166 and
111 a.m., lil?ia. 156, 114 lit; 7J1 11
irWrwvlaw. Wa-rmart and Hoaesdala
iVS-d Ills a.m..ll00. ISO and 111
Far AlbtUDT. aaratoga. tba Adironaaca-
and Montreal at 6.46 s-m. aad lio p.m.
For Wtlkes-Barre and tntertnedlat
, jlnte at 7.46. 146, 136 and 10.41 iia, 11 06,
L. lit, AOtTVll 148. lit aad 11X4 p.m.
Trains wUI arrive at .ftoranton StaUeel
from Carbondale and Infemedlata polntd
at t.46. 140. 114 aad 10.4 ., 100, litAttl
.ejs, ..at ana mm -.,
, 166. 7.46. 1U and U-M P-m.
HoMadale, Warmart and Fare
Ml am., iliO, Ll7. 140. IB atuj
From Moatreal, Saratoga, Albaay, eto
at 4.54 aad u.s p.m.
From Wnkes-Barre and IntermedlaM
peUU at 115, IM, 10.06 sad U.56 a.m., LM
CUT 13. 110. 11 7.20, loTaad 1LU P SX.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Seranton for New Torli
and Intermediate points on the Erie rail
road at 7.00 a m. and 1.24 p. m. Also for
Honesdale, Hawley and local points al
7.00, .t a. m. and 3.24 p. m.
All the above are through trains to and
Train for Lake Ariel 110 p. m.
Trains leave for Wilkes-Barre at IM
m. and 146 p. m.
0BA1TMN RimiON. .
la Karset, Hay lth, 109A.
(Trains Dally, Kx-
ce-w. wunaay. )
r kip i
N. Y. Franklin Bi.l.,
10 Ml 7S5
lu 4u 7 lw .
West 4v)ad streetl.,
Weehawken I ..
r r ai
Arrive Leave i
. nor aa ton
it na ..
4 It Hi
In 73 a
III in s
11 07 0
' w a
All train a ran dallv ex oath SnnAav.
t strojflesUuMUaiMstof oatigs 1 tw too
secure rats via Osorto a WtoUrj before
Mrchaainf tickets aad sars money. Day aai
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