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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE THTJB8DAT MOENTKO. 8EPTEMBEB 12, 1895.
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31VSTIC CHAIN CONVENTION.
Officer Elected for the Comiiif Year.
The Prle 1111.
The nnnual nrize drill of the uni
formed rank, KniKhts of the Mystic
Chain, was competed in by the follow
ing: Companies A. H. O and D. of the
Third regiment, and Company A. of
the Fourth regiment, thla city. The
adjudicators were chosen from the
Ninth regiment. They were captain
1). S. iMyers, 'Lieutenant lleorge s. Me
Cleery and Captain Charles S. Peek
The first prize. $ii. was won
by Company C. of York. Captain Adam
Garner, percentage L time eighteen
minutes; second prize, JtiH, won by
Company H, of I-nneaster, Captain w .
McElroy. percentage 67. time twenty-
five minutes; third prize, $10. won by
Company D, of Beading. Captain .
R Marks, percentage 5S, time thirty
Company C, of York, was awarded
the diamond presented by the Dins
more Uniform company, of Chicago,
for the best appearance. This Is the
third time they have won It. and It
now belongs to them always according
to the rules. The following are the
percentages made by the highest three
companies: Company C, SI); Company
B. S3; Company D. "2.
The second business session of the
order was opened at 10 o'clock yester
day morning In Concordia hall, and,
after the roll call. Hon. J. B. Black
presented Colonel J. B. .Stetzer with the
gold chain of the order, in recognition
of his services as a Knight, and his
cordiality In welcoming them to
Wllkes-Barre. The select commander
was Instructed ito send greeting to
the Select Castle, of Ohio, which is
now In session at Columbus. The
committee on election, submitted their
report elwtlnp otneers for the coming
year as follows: 'Select Commander.
A. It. Wambold. of Philadelphia: select
vice commander, 'Ralph 'Lawyer, of
Pittsburg; select recording and corre
sponding secretary. John J. Davis, of
Pittsburg; select treasurer. J. O. I.eex
er. of McKeesporot: supreme represen
tatives. D. K. Rettew. of Columbia:
J. B. Black, of Philadelphia; Dr. J. W.
Hamer, of Johnstown: Charles Ash
com. of Johnstown: S. D. Hunter, of
Phoenlxvllle; Ceorge P. Chandler, of
Barrishurg. There are three more
supreme representatives to be elected.
There are eleven candidates for select
marshal, seven for select Inside guard,
thirteen for select outside guard, and
four for select trustee. No election Is
reported on these ofllces. An extensive
report from Seleot Commander Kalph
B. Clare was submitted. It comprises
twelve sheets of a good sized pamphlet
and covers fully everything concern
ing the standing of the order, Its pro
press during the past year, useful sug
gestions and recommendations. He
closed by extending his best wishes to
hla successor. The report was referred
to a special committee. The reports of
the treasurer and the secretary were
referred to the II nance committee. The
committee on appeals and grievances
reported that Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 had' been
approved, and Nos. 5 and 6 were re
served. Appeal No. 7 was Incomplete
and was therefore referred to the In
coming appeal committee. A recess
was then taken.
At the afternoon session the reading
of the report of the committee on law
and supervision was -the first thing.
This was quite lengthy, and consumed
a great deal of time. Other reports
were read and considerable secret busi
ness was transacted before the meeting
A Big Demonstration by the City's Fire
men. Today's parade of the firemen of
Wllkes-Barre and vicinity will be the
biggest parade of its kind seen in this
city for many years.
The route of parade will be: 'Form
on Rjlver street, resting on Union
street. The march will be on River
street from Vnlon to Washington,
down Washington to East iMarket. out
south side of iuare, thence to West
llarket, to Franklin, down Franklin
to Ross, out Ross to Washington, up
Washington to South, thence to .Main,
to Public square, around Public Square
to city hall and disperse.
The Btartlng of the parade will be
announced 'by two toots of the flra
gongs and two taps of the court house
bell at 2 p. m. The old volunteers are
asked to meet at 1.30 p. m. at No. 2
engine house,- where their apparatus
will be In waiting for them.
'Robert. Williams has been elected
chief marshal of the parade, and his
aids will be George I,. Weltzell, J. D.
Brannlng, James F. iMack, Fred Turn
er, J. A. Finch. IK. N. Carpenter, Cleorgo
D. KlngHlty, Frank Jnnes, Web Clause.
Marshal of Wllkes-Barre lire depart
ment: Robert Harvey, aids, Ambrose
Constlne, Joseph Williams, Hugh
Sharpe, J. N. Montanye, Lewis P. Knlf
fen, Major W. C). Coolbaugh, Fred
Klrkendall, Fred StegmaleU, Wj A.
The parade will be received by the
mayor and members of the city coun
cil from the city building.
Among the companies which will
participate with be the nine Wllkes
Barre companies, four from Plttston
and the departments of West Plttston,
Kdwardsvllle, Parsons, Plymouth,
Ashley. Kingston. Luzerne Dorranee
ton, Nantlcoke and Avoca. A number
of visitors from Scranton and other
cities are expected to witness the pa
rade and the test of the new ball nozzle
In which all firemen are interested.
LIZZIE PERKINS FOUND.
She Is Discovered In a Gypsy Camp and
Sent to Her llrothor.
Lizzie Perkins, the young southern
girl who disappeared so suddenly from
tier brother, 8. F. Perkins, on Aug. 27,
has been found and returned to her
brother. It will be remembered hat
she and her 'brother came here, as they
travel from town to town, selling smnll
amttclea, and one day the'glrl tllw
appeared and all efforts to II nd her
were futile.. Up to yesterday her
wlheneufhouts remained a mystery.
Cons-table Kulp, of Narctiooke, heard
A WORD III YOUR EAR
The Secret or Beauty
of the complexion,.
hands, arms, and hair
Is found In the perfect
action of the Pores,
The most effective
Skin purifying ind-
world, is well as purest
and sweetest for toilet,
bath, and nursery.
heal tk trwM. liMsisistti F. fur
fur a Sen. I, alsl 4 !- lata. rem
fiws aae Gsss. wu,M rraWs. V. s. a.
of her disappearance and had a de
scription of the (ilrL Yesterday he was
In West Nantlcoke and While passing
through a sypsy camp saw a young
Ski. whose description corresponded
exactly. He spoke to her and learned
that she was the missing girl. Accord
ingly, he -took her to his home and ob
tained a warrant for the gypsies, but
before It could be served they wad gone.
Lizzie's explanation of the affair Is
not entirely satisfactory. She says
that on tine day of her last visit to this
city, she was waittng to take a Pltts
ton car. when she met one of the gyp
sies. Jle told her that he would tuke
htr to 'the car. and Instead of placing
her on the one going to Pittston he took
her to Plymouth. Once getting her Into
camp, he Informed her that she should
stay there, and If she attempted to run
away, he would have her arrested. The
girl got frightened nd fearing Im
prisonment obeyed him. She says she
had 1een kindly treated ami the utmost
respect shown her. Her brother was
noil lied at once ami he came to it his
city, where foe met his sister.
ALDERMAN'S QUEER ACTION.
Refuses to Accept Ball Offered by a
Friend of a Prisoner.
Testerday morning a Slav ap
peared before Mayor Nichols and asked
advice on a matter, which. If his side
of the story is true, places Alderman
Connlff, of Georgetown, In a peculiar
light. It seems that the alderman com
mitted John Amiraska to Jail on a
charge of assault ami battery which he
never committed. The charge was pre
ferred by Mary M-atzcnskui. and from
the evidence It was shown that the lit
tle son of Andraska.aged about 6 years,
was playing with the prosecutor'H little
daughter recently while his parents
were nbsent from home, and during a
quarrel which ensued, the girl struck
the boy, who. In return, bit her on the
arm. A lawsuit followed. The squire,
after hearing the testimony, decided
the father was liable for the child's ac
tions and Imposed a fine of S3.50, which
the defendant refused to pay, prefer
ring to give bull for his appearance at
'Squire Connlff would not accept the
ball offered, though one of the men
went home and got the deed for his
property, which he offered as evidence
of his being quailed, and the man was
compelled to go to jail, where he is
now. The mayor advised the friend to
go see a lawyer, and he left vowing
vengeance on the 'squire.
Their Positions Safe.
One of the ordinances passed finally
at the meeting of the council Tuesday
evening was that Introduced at a pre
vious meeting and provides for the
employment of policemen during good
behavior. The ordinance Is one looked
upon as a most sinsille one and will
doubtless operate to the better elllclen
cy of the force. Heretofore policemen
were handicapped In the discharge of
their duty by fear of dismissal, but
the passage of tihe ordlnnnce referred
to leaves them comparatively safe In
this respect and free to -act as their
conscience dictates. Heretofore the
entire force has 'been reappointed at
the beginning of each fiscal year.
A Drilling Contest.
A drilling content took place yester
day afternoon In Owen D. Jones' yard,
near -the Central 'Railroad of New Jer
sey depot, In a Mock of rock. The
contestants were John M. Evans and
Henry Francis, and if-'amuel '.Miles nnd
Oliver Tucker for a iprize of $r; time,
fifteen minutes. Messrs. TOvans and
Francis drilled twenty Incihes In the
time, and Messrs. Myles and Tucker
fifteen nml one-half Inches. The con
test was witnessed; by a large number
of rockmen Htvd miners, -Richard T.
Edwards was referee.
A llundsoino Outfit.
George St. John, of the fire depart
ment, and Robert Williams, chairman
of the fire department committee of the
city council, yesterday tried a hand
some team of blocks which the city In
tends purchasing for use on the new
hose wagon which they are having con
structed by the firm of Cleason &
Bailey, of Seneca Falls. The wagon
Is to bo painted pure white with gold
trimmings, and will cost $ii"!. The
team Is a pair of coal blacks and will
cost about $000. They showed up splen
didly In the trial.
The Dallas Fair.
It Is but a short time now till the
Dallas fair will be held, and from
present indications the exhibition will
be a good one. Upwards of $5,0u0 are
offered for premiums In the various de
partments this year. Insuring an ex
cellent display. The catalogues are
now out. Should you desire one, drop
a postal to the secretary, J. illhrry An
derson, and you will receive It by re
turn mall. The fair begins on Oct. 1
and ends on Oct, 4.
. . . .
The lire yesterday afternoon was in
the house of Jacob Schwab, editor of
the Wllkes-Barre Sun, on NorMi
Washington street, between Jackson
and North, lit started in 'the kitchen
roof and was caused by an overheated
stovepipe. The blaze was readily ex
tinguished by No. 2 engine, which ar
rived In short order. 'Several other com
panies were on the ecene, but their ser
vices were not necessary.
Tho Cut-Off Murderers.
Judge Lynch yeftorday appointed
counsel to defend 'Nelson Miller an'd
the other negroes who are chargod with
'blowing up the eh-anty on -the moun
tain, by wlhleh several Hungarians
were killed. Tne attorneys appointed
were A. M. Freas. M. J. MuHiall. P. A.
iMHxell and U. W. Davis. (Frank Mc-
Cutgain will nilso appear for the de
fense, having been rt-talirpd by one of
Itr. Young Hurt.
(Dr. IT. N. Young, the well-known
dentist, was hurt painfully on Tuesday
night while bicycling. He was riding
down South River street, and In turn
ing Northampton, ran Into a horse. The
animal reared, and when he came
down one foot landed on the doctor's
leg, Indicting a very painful, but not
Released on Hall.
OlflrlMI If. f tiler fhn rirt.l -nnUfc
blng the Mooslc postolllce, was released
from Jail yesterday on $1,000 ball, fur-
nisneu iy nis ororner, William '.Miller.
He wlH hn.w. n honrllnir sittl WailniwJau
of next week 'before United States
Hose company No. 7 will hold an
oyster supper on the big lot near their
house tomorrow evening.
There Is a -bis- sale of tickets for tho
excursion to the Delaware Water Gap,
to be run Sept. 25 by the Oratorio so
ciety. Chief of Police Brlgcs has received
notice of the theft of three bicycles
from Blnghamton. It Is thought that
a gang of professional bicycle thieves
The Harry Hlllmnn academy will be
gin Its eighteenth year next Tuesday, v
The .trustees of the Nantlcoke Hook
and Ladder company -have called on
D. T, Ttlchards, bondsman for Gomer
D, Lewis, of the Pioneer Fire company,
to pay $80.76, with which Mr. Lewis is
said to have left town.
A boy named Doran wis struck by
an electrlo car on llasle street last
Tuesday evening and quite seriously
The funeral of the late O. At. Ernst
will be held tomorrow with services at
St. Nicholas' church.
airs. James CampbelLof South 'Wash
ing-ton street, fell from a stepladder oa
Tuesday and broke her arm.
The Grant street school bulldln- will
not be ready for occupancy before next
The gang- of sneak thieves that have
been doing business on the West Bide,
have resumed operations In dwarda-
Checker experts In this city are much
interested in the coming match be
tween D. W. Harrison, of Huntington,
and Wright Edgar, of Wllkes-Barre,
for $50 a side.
After the tlremen's parade today, the
American Ball Nozxle comirany, of New
York, will give a practical exhibition of
their great Invention on the river bank.
A temporary building will be erected
and then set on tire.
Professor Dean's monthly report on
the water used In the city to the city
council last Tuesday was not favor
able. The city council will take steps to
have the 'South Washington street
switch taken ud at once, as H was laid
George Watson, aged 14 years, was
killed at Inkcrman yesterday by being
run over by a trip of coal cars.
Peter Kllnges, aged 12. son of D. K.
Klinges. of -North 'Main street, was
drowned In one of the pond holes on
Tuesday afternoon. He was playing on
a raft and fell In.
Hugh Boyle and Alice Johnson were
married lust evening at St. Muiry's
church by Bev. Further Mc-Andrews.
Frank Brewlck, an old miner, trad his
back hurt yesterday by a fall of coal
In No. 4 slope, near Nantlcoke.
Today's tlremen's parade will be one
of ithu largest ever held In tills city.
Rev. J. F. Keernan. of iParsons. ns
entertained yesterday by Revs. Crane
William 1-aw was a visitor In Arch
The borough school board has given
the contract for the erection of the new
school building to Contractor Frye, of
'Mirs. 11. W. Steever Is vlaltlng friends
in Peck v Hie.
A meeting of tihe Epworth league was
held at the Methodist Episcopal church
last evening. .
Mr. Ashley and daughter. Susie, of
Hackettstown, N. J., are spending a
few days In town. Mr. Ashley Is look
ing after the Interests of the new silk
The marriage of John J. Hanlon, of
fills -place, to Miss MUry Kane, of
Pitts-ton, is announced to take place
at St. Johns church, Plttston, on
Sept. 24. '
Frank Austin, formerly of this place,
now resklmg at Susquehanna, Is vis
iting friends here.
Miss Nellie Quinn, of Plttston, la the
guest of IMiss Nellie Hums.
At a recent meeting of the borough
council, all members being present ex
cept Councilman Cannon, a tax of 5
mills oa the dollar was levied for the
ensuing year. The treusurer was in
structed1 to enter Hens ogalnst alt de
linquents on 'Plttston avenue. The
amount of corporation tax Is $310.80;
citizens', $558.30; total, $369.10.
Mioses Katie and Maggie Me.Hale are
the guests of lArchbahl friends.
Mrs. John Higgins, of Clinton, Muss.,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. John
Walsh, of North Avoca.
Mrs. P. J. Scahlll. of Main street, has
returned after a visit with her sister,
'Mrs. (McOarty, of Hawley.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew O'Malley, of
Giove street, are rejoicing over the ar
rival of a young daughter.
Mrs. Knank Ashworth, of iPark City,
Utaih., Is vlyitlng at the home of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McKeon,
of Grove street.
Misses '.Mary Fttzslmmons, (Nellie K.
Curi'an, Kate Brennan, Alice and 'Ag
nes iMorahan, Mary Kearney and Lydla
Connor and George Allen attended
"The Last Days of Pompeii," at Scran
ton, last evening.
Compiled from Foreign Exchanges.
A Frenchman was Coasting that he had
tnorughly mastered the Knglish language
when he was asked to write from dicta
tion the following choice specimen of our
eccentric vernacular: "As Hugh Hughes
was hewing a yule log from a yew true a
man dressed in garments of a dark hue
came up to Hugh and said: 'Have you
seen, my ewes?' To which he replied:
'If you will wait until I hew the yew I will
go with you to look for your ewes." "
After an attempt the Frenchinun admitted
Barrister: "Now, sir, you have stated
un-ler oath that this man 'had the appear
ance of a gentleman. Will you be good
enough to tell the Jury how a gentleman
looks In your estimation?"
Witness; "Well, er a gentleman looks
erllke er "
Barrister: "I don't want any of your
ers, sir: and remember that you are on
oath. Can you see anybody in thla court
room who looks like a gentleman?"
Witness (with sudden asperity): "I can
If you'll stand out of the way"
Bhe was an observant little lady of six,
and on her way to the park with her nurse
was met by a lady neighbor, a friend of
her mamma's; and the latter said: "I
hear that you have two dear little baby
brothers now, Edith."
"Yes, I have," cried the little girl de
lightedly. "They were brought to mam
ma by Dr. Ferguson at lunch time yester
day." "And do you like them?"
"oh, yes, I think they are little dears."
"And what are they to be called?"
"I'm not iult sure; though I think I
know, for I overheard papa say, as he
came down stairs, 'Bell and Tommy!' "
A wayside Inn, standing on one of the
old conch roads. Is ra,pllly going to ruin.
A traveller who stayed there one night
complained that t-he water came through
the roof, nnd dripped on to his bed. To
this the landlady replied: "All right, sir,
you can soon mend that. You'll find an
umbrella in the corner by the clothes
Lover: "You are getting prettier every
Uweet Girl: "Just now I am living on
brown bread and water to improve my
"Mow long can you keep that up?"
"Then let's get married."
"Now, ' said the governor to a forger,
who hod Just arrived nt the prison, "we'll
set von to work. What can you do best?"
"Well, If you'll give me a week's prac
tice on your signature, I'll sign your
cheques for you," said the prisoner,
A peasant went with his wife to the
theatre. At the conclusion of the first not
he said to his better half: "Come along,
old woman, let's go home: the second act
doesn't begin till five years later.".
Nurse: "Sure, ma'am, the twins have
been making a fuss all dav. ma'am."
Mrs. Olive Branch: "What about?"
Nurse: "It's because they can't have a
birthday apiece like the Dawson's chil
dren next door. They think they have
Plttston Business IHreetnrv.
FOR FIRST-CLASS PLUMBING CALL
on wrlgnt & o., vi uoutn Mam sireei.
A new range for sale or exchange; also
second-hand household goods, bought or
If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over Fifty Years by Millions of
Mothers for their Children while Teething,
with Perfect Success. It Soothes th
Child, Softens the Gums, Allays ail Pain;
Cures Wind Colic, and Is the beat remedy
for Diarrhoea. Sold by Druggists in every
part of the world. He sure and ask- fur
'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
lane no oinur ainu. iwenijr-nve cents a
When Baby was slefcywsisvs her Csstorsy
When she wai a Child, th cried for CsKurta.
Whea she became Hiss, she clung to Castorls.
Whss she had Chllarss,sss gSTetheis Cssterla
WHEN HOPE FADED
Mrs. White, a Citizen of Ithaca,
. Was Sired.
(From the Ithaca Herald.)
Our. representative, hearing of the ease
of Mrs. H. T. White, called to see her at
Seneca and Plain streets. We publish their
conversation In the following Interview:
"Mrs.- White, I hear you have some
thing to say about a new remedy for back
ache and kidney disorders. Will you give
me your statement for publication?"
"Yes, I am uilo autistiod to do so. I
think the public should know when a
really good remedy Is to be had. It Is the
least I can do In gratitude for my recov
"Tell me about your complaint."
"About a year ago I had the OrlDDC.
and since then my buck has pained me
constantly In the region of the kidneys; a
dull pain at times, ana at other intervals
sharp, darting pains piercing through me,
were almost unbearable. I seemed to be
giving out as the pain In my kidneys grew
worse, and at last I had to stay In bed the
greater part of the time. Finally, I gave
up altogether. I had terrific, headuches,
and suffered so much pain my appetlto
"Did the disorder affect the bladder?"
"Finally, It did. The urine was hlchtv
colored, and varied In suppression and ex
cess. 1 often told my friends I believed I
should go Insane from the pain. I heard
of Doan'n Kidney Pills, and began their
use. After taking them two or three days
I began to feel their good elTects. I con
tinued, und now am perfectly well."
"Am I to understand that Doan's Kid
ney Pills hBve entirely cured you?"
"Yes, that's the truth, I have no more
headuehes or pains, and my appetite has
returned. Before using Doan's Kidney
Pills I found It very trying to go up and
down stairs, or to sleep on my back; but
now I can do so without a single pain, I
feel completely cured, and I wish the man
ufacturers every possible success."
For sale by dealers. Price, 50 cents.
Mulled by Foster-.Mlllnirn Co. Buffalo, N.
Y., Sole Agents for the IT. S.
The Nicholson orchestra, consisting
of Dr. H. K. Wllklns' coronet; O. D.
Pratt, first violin; . It. iBlukeslee;
second violin; -K. 1). Bacon, trombone;
A. J. 'Shields, tubn; K. N. Weaver,
piano, played at the wedding of Dr.
A. J. Taylor and IMIss Cora Wright, of
Foster, Tuesday evening last.
IMiss Grace Crock left for Philadel
phia and 'Pittsburg Monday last and
will be gone three or four weeks.
'.Miss Clara Wilcox returned from
New York Saturday last.
Arthur Welnsclieck was the guest of
Ralph Williams Sunday Inst.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Uni
versalis! church will meet nt the home
of Mrs. E. L. Bacon, Thursday after
noon, Sept. 12. An Invitation Is ex
tended to all.
The funeral of George Walker, who
died so suddenly Saturday last, was
held in the Universalis! church Mon
day afternoon. The church was crowd
ed with sympathizlnz friends.
Miss Vlda Johnson was the guest of
Miss ltuth Perry, of Waverly, Sunday
Delegates W. S. Billings and J. M.
Carpenter attended the county con1
ventlon at Tunkhannock Monday last.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thayer attended
the wedding of Dr. A. J. Taylor and
Miss Cora Wright, of Foster
Leon Boyle is attending school In
J. Tl. Swartz has secured a position
Mrs. Parmer, of Hoboken. N. J., Is
visiting at the residence of C. J. Lang
ley! Sr-arle, the bleycl rider, who Is try
ing to 'break thi record between New
York City and Chicago, will arrive In
town this morning.
Relief in .six Honrs.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder diseases
relieved in six hours by the "New South
American Kidney Cure. This new rem
edy Is a great surprise on a. omit of Its
exceeding promptness In relieving pain In
the bladder, kidneys, back, and every part
of the urinary passages, in male or fe
male. It relieves retention of water and
pain In passing It almost Immediately. If
you want quick relief and cure this is
your remedy. Sold by C. M. Harris, Drug
gist, 125 Penn avenue, Scrunton, l'a,
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADB, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PI. IRS TO SMALL, WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
ANTED-WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock ubtnriD-
tlons; a monopoly: big money for aeonta; no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH CO..
tsoruen uioci, wuioago. in.
ft II.ITJJVB'M Ht. sinifVT H1I.P.HMRN
...r wiiuu-u, w-Tiiiniiiivu witii tun lot nuu
nearby drug and grocery trade, to handle our
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lino ui iiiKn RTnun itivhtv, amui-wi, aiviiiir
..I..MIV... .1 triViitnuiWI.l'ji aPil in
Chambers street, N. Y.
Helo Wanted Females.
Ladle' French tailoring: almolutelv no
refitting; you work on your own material
wnue learning. ii L.acxawanna avenue.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO KNER
eetie saleswomen to reDreaont us.
Guaranteed luadsy without Interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. write
fur particulars, Inclosing stamp, Mango Chem-ji-sl
' oliilimy. No. 72 John street. New York,
NE NEWLY FURN18HED ROOM TO
rent 41V Vine etreet
JJOfl RENT-fJ BOOM HOUSE. FINE LO.
1 ration In Orenn Ridge. Inquire NET
TLETON, I Mil Washington ave.
TjHJB RENT FURBISHED ROOM, WITH
r or without board, suitable for two per
sona liu Adania are. .
TOM RENT A LARGE, 4-HTORY BUILD
V ingatlill Franklin avense; suitable for
F'OR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna avonue. Address THOMAS
K. EVANS, aear liml Lucerne, Hyde Park.
lOB RENT NICELY FU RN IBH ED HALL
F suitable for kids room. JOHN JER-
MYN, III Wyoming avenue.
FOB SALE - A NEW BUOOY, VERY
ehean. InunirS MACKRBTH'B anon. lMCI
Washburn at ' -t
Ior saLe'cbeap-laroe Rouse and
I1 barn and one acre of around at Ikllnn
Pa Address J. L. Hwarts. Dalton, Pa or H.
Li. Bwarm. iii-i nprace street, city,
li'OH iS'ALB A"T REASONABLE FIGURES.
1 alot of Hoe A Co.' Iron Dine anmnml.
Won frame, ajngle and double: Mao a lot of
Rooker cea In Dalro. soma extra dmth All
only (lightly need and good a new, Addreiu
inquiry to BUBIN MANAUCS, Tn Trib
one, Borantoo, Pal . ' . -
flN FRIDAY, SEPT. 6,
Was placed In pound ini
id will be a'
Saturday, Settt It, -coordlng to. law,
at xis Hoatn aiAln aventln. 1
KID GLOVES ED)
All the talking and advertising on earth wouldn't make a glove reputation if the
gloves were not good. We don't say none are as good as ours. We do say none are better.
That means that these gloves are as good as the best. Prices as little as they always aro
here, several shades below the usual. Our importation for fall is now in, and to attempt
to describe it in full would take more time than you have to read it and more than we have
to write it. We simply say that it is a great deal more complete than ever before, and
includes better values, lower prices and every new shade that can be thought of. The
are also some new patents in the make-up that make them fit and wear better. Notice the
display of One-Dollar Kids in our wiudow, and then step in at the counter and examine
them. Chances are you will be so well impressed that you'll buy. The result Ou
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
WANTKU FOUR OR FIVE AUENTS;
large commission to the right parties.
Call at tthoop'a Clear Store, Mi Lacka. ave.
AGENTS WANTED-TO SELL CIGARS;
Si& per mouth milnry and exiiennr paid.
Aridrea, with two cent stamp, F1UARO CI
OAK CO., ChicftKo.
AOENTB TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickrl and copper elrctro
platei-H: price from S-'l upward; salnry and fix
nenara paid; outfit free. Address, with a tain p,
MICHIGAN MFli CO., Chicago.
AOENTS TO HELL CIO ARS TO DEALERS;
f " wocklv and eswnas; experience un
noceoxary. O.WSOLIUATED UFO. CO., 48
Van Huron St., Chicago.
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; 15
O per vent. oommiHslou; sample book
mailed free. Address L. N. CO.. btatlon L,
AT ON CK AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new liclitnine- aellliiir table cloth. mos
quito and house Hy liquid at ID cents aud 25
cents a bo tlo. Sample free. UOLGIANO
M r u Co., Hxltimoie, aid.
AGENTS HI E'S-PATENT UNIVE R
aal Huir Curlers and Waver (used with
out host), and "l'yr Polnted"Hir Pin. Lib
eral oomuiiwilons. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 4&U New York.
YlfANTrD ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
II. nandln our line, no reddllns. Salarr,
S" per month aud expense paid to nil. Oood
entirely new. Apply quickly. P.O. Box,UUa,
TVTOTICE-ON AND AFTER MAY 1, I
ll will niako a monthly tour of tho follow
Inif places KlvInK freu open air advertising ex
hibitions with tho stereopMixin: Tavlorville,
Hvdo Park. Providence. Dickson Olvtitasnt,
Pcekville, Archl:d, Jerniyn. Exhibitions
eivdn i n Wednesday and Friday of each
week during tlio month, tlin rates for adver-
tiHinit are sill per month. Address b. tu
Call, Tribune office, city.
"VHE HOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
J Yon want this relic. CVntaln all of
Frank Lcalio s famous old War I'ictures.sliow
inir the forces in actunl battle, sketched ou the
spot. Two volumes, ZlKiO pirtiiros, Void on
easy monthly pavmetit. Delivered by ex
press complete, sll Charlies prepaid. Address
I . o. akhidx, u Aasms Ave., ncranton, ra.
11LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA
JJ nines, etc., bound or rebound at Thb
TniHLN office. Vuli-k work. Reasonable
HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALB-MODER-ate
prices. Call and c't our circular be
fore purchasing. W. OIBSON JONES, 811
Wanted Second- Hand Buggy.
AT RIGHT PP.ICE, WILL BUY SECOND
hand bticirv suitable- for a pony. E. U.
SHURTLEFF. m Wyoming ave.
NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the members of the Lackawanna Store
Association, Limited, will le held at the office
of tint association, in the city of Scranton, cm
Wednesday, Oct 2, M at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the election of manauers for the ensuinir year
and for the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the mnetlug.
J. P. HIGGINSON, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., Sept. 7, 1x95.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE BX
1 ivtln between J. M. Rhodes, C. W.
Rhodes and Louis D. Aquino, doing business
s tne Goon Bumsritnn baive Co.. lias mis uuy
Imvn dissolved tiv the retirement of J. M.
Rhodes from said firm. All claims ngainst
said fund should be presented toC. W. Kuodcs,
Til E GOOD SAMARITAN SALVE CO.
September II, 1SHV.
Transfer of license.
of Atinlo YalHko, in the First ward of
Arch bald liorouuh, to Joseph Kroschlok. No
tice is hereby givon thst court has fixed Sept.
1. I8t.", at V a. in., as the time for hearing in
above case. TAYLOR & LEW 18,
Attorneys for Petitioner,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will lie mad to the governor
of tho state of Pennsvlvanls. on Thursday.
the third day of Octol'ier, A. I. IWi, by Or
lando s, Johnson, Edward u. sturgos, Arthur
H. Christy, Joseph B. Dickson and Josse
L. tody, under the Act of Assembly of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, en
titled "An Ai't to provide for the
Incorporation and regulation of certain cor
porations," approve ! April SV. 1874. and the
supplenvHita thorcto, for a charter of an
intended corporation to lie called The John
son Coal Company, the character and oldect
whereof is the mining, pieparlng, loading,
shipping and selling of anthracite coal In ail
the various branches thereof, with inch busi
ness as may lie necessarily appurtenant there
to, and for these purnoses to have, possess
ami enjoy all the rights, benefits aud privi
lege of the siild rtof Asseinhlv and It sup
plements. WARREN & KNAPP. Solicitor.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE GKAD
of the space Isttween the county jail and
the southwesterly fence line of New York St.,
in the Thirteenth ward, city of tfcranton. Pa,
also for laying flagstone, gutters and setting
curbstone, will be received at the county com
mlsiloners' office until HI o'clock a. in. Mon
day, the 2(1 day of September next.
Plans and speclflostions for said work can
be seen at county commissioners' office.
The county commissioner reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
S. W. RUBER 1 8.
MTANTED-A SITUATION BY A YOUNO
VV lsilv who Is anxlons to seeuroa Doflition:
has had experience In offloe work. Address F.
K. s., caro Trunin.
ANTED A SITUATION BY A GOOD
horsoshonr and general blacksmith. Ad
dress IAS Franklin avenue.
SITUATION WAKTEDA8 CASHIER OK
Cj assistant hnokkaenor! tborousblv under
stand bookkeeping; anxious to secure seaitlout
moderate salary to begin. Address BOOK
KEEPER. DOo Lackawanna ay.
ANTED - PI SITION AS HOUBEKKEP-
or: enod washer and Ironer. Adores
ELIZABETH JACKSON, Forty Fort, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED BY A BOY IS
VMM nf titTss In nfllfea or mtopm.
H. J, p., Trlbuno offlc
602-604 LACKA. ML, COR. ftDIRS.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT. PORCELAIN.
Bridge and Crown work. Office, 25
C. C. LAUBACH, SURGEON PfiNTIST.
No. 115 Wyoming avenue.
R. M. 8TRATTON. OFt'lCE COAL EX
change. 1'hyKiciana and Surgeons.
DR. O. EDO AR." DEAN HAS REMOVED
to 610 Spruce street. Scranton. Pa,
tJUSl opposite vouri nouse etuurv.
DR. KAY. 206 PENN AVE. : 1 to 8 P. M.J
call 20C. Die. of women, obatretrlcs and
and ail dig. or uhll.
DR. A. J. CONN ELL, OFFICE Ml
Washington avenue, cor. Spruce street,
over Fruncke'a drug atroe. Kesldenco,
722 Vine st. Office hours: 10.30 to 12 a.
m. and 2 to 4. and (.30 to 7. SO p. m. Sun.
day, : to l p. m.
DR. W. E. ALELN, 512 North Washington
DR. C. L. FREY, PRACTICE LIMITED
diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat: office, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence. KS Vine street.
avenue. Otllce hours, 8 to s. m.. 1.30
to 1 and 7 to s p. m. neamence we aui
t-,d t r niTfllnH nlct.IARI.F. RKIN
Tumor and Cancer Specialist. Tuesday
ana rriuays, at dw A.iuueu oi- v
flee hour. 1 to 4 p. m.
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellor at Law, Republican
DUIiaingp wasmngion avenue, pviu
JESSUPS ft HAND, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealtb
oullUlng, Washlne-ton avenue.
W. II. JESSUP.
HORACE R. HAND.
W. H. JESSUP, JR
Diwtinanu A. WITVIV A TTAP
ney and Counsellors at Law; offices f
a . . . I . II a . T.n
sua Ajinmry duiiuiiik , ocrHiuuu, ra,
ROSWELL H. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX
ALFRED HAND," WILLIAM J. HAND.
Attorney and Couneellors. Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Room W Coal Exchuiitfe, Scran
JAMES W. OAK FORD. ATTORNEY-at-Law,
rooms til. M and S3, Common
SAMUEtTwr EDO AR, ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Oirtce. 317 Spruce at., Scranton. Pa.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
421 Lockawana ave.. Scranton. Pa.
URIE TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Dime Bank Building. Scranton.
Money to loan In large sums at S per
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT
law. Commonwealth building, Scran
CTCOMECIYS, 821 8PRUCESTREET.
D. B.REPLOaLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security. 401
B. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 wyoiningave., Mrinv.
JA8. J. H." HAMILTON, ATTORNEY AT
law, 46 Commonwealth bld'g, Scranton.
jTmTc RANCK. 1M WTOaUIItJ AVU.
EDWARD H. "DAVIS, ARCHITECT.
Rooms 24. 25 and 2. Commonwealtb
E ii WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICII
rear of 600 Washington avenue.
LEWIS-HANCOCK, JR., ARCHITECT.
435 Spruce at., cor. Waahsve., Scranton.
BROWN MORRIS. ARCHITECTS,
Price building, 120 Washington avenue,
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
on easier terma and pay you better on
Investment than any other association.
Call on 8. N. Cullender. Dim Han.
SCHOOL OF THB LACKAWANNA.
Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and girl
for collge or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
auest. Opens September 9.
quest, up THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. BUELL.
if IBS WORCESTER'SiCINDERQARTEN
and School, 4iz Aaams avenue, open
Sept. . Kindergarten $10 per term.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
k.n. ninnlca. Dartle. recentlona. wed
dings and concert work furnlehed. Fer
term address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
111 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert'S
mustu ; . '
MBOAROEB BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
Supplies, uiwy"", vFvr wnas. w.u.
Warehouse, U0 Washington ave.. Reran
FRANK P. BROWN CO, WHOLE
sale dealers In Woodwars, Cordage and
OII jjoth. HO Wsst Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT AC
cou nian I ana suaiier. sasss uns m,
William Building, oppoalt potottlca
AasDl for tlis Rss Sirs Extinulahr.
A ft nn
Make Over Mattresses
Make and Repair Springs,
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. JONES BROS.
JOS. KUETTEL. REAR 511 - LACKA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa,, manufac
turer of Wire Screen.
O. R. CLARK ft CO., SEEDSMEN AN'D
Nurserymen; store 14tt Washington ave
nue; green house, 13T0 North Main ave
nue: store teephoeJ32.
IMPORTANT ARRIVAL OF THEOIPSY
(jueen; reveals hidden secrets of the
present anil future, will give sitting for
a few duys at 103 Spruce street. All who
have been unlucky in love, business or
kindred subjects, pall on the Madam
and consult her. Misses treatments.
This la the best week to consult the
Olpsy Queen on all subject.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK-
lln avenue, Kates reasonable,
P. ZIEOLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D , L. ft W.
assenger depot. Conducted on the
luropean plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place.
Rate. 13.50 per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. AN ABLE.
fT m. . Pioneer of the hotel een-
CrlfZS ter ,n Nw Y"- :
J II ITI 1 Noted for It superb loca
W sWsssp tion, superior room and
excellent cuisine asrvlce. The Standard
Hotel for giving MORE VALUE FOR
THE PRICE than any first-elans hotel in
the world. Facing Central Park, 68th and
69th sts., Plaxa Square and Fifth avenue;
reached by any uptown cars, and the
crosstown cars at 59th at., which latter In
tersect all surface and elevated roads;
terminal station 6th ave, L road within
half a block. Absolutely Fireproof.
American and European plana. Drlnk'.nj
water and Ice used I vaporised and froten
on the premises, and sertlfled as to purity,
by Prof. Chandler. F. A. HAMMOND.
Special Attention GItcd to Business
ml Personil Accounts.
INTEREST PAID OR TUB DEPOSITS.
Bought sod sold on New Tori
Exchange and Chicago Board
of Trade, either for cash or oe
O. duB. DIMHICK,
41s Spruce Street.
LOCAL STOCKS I SPfCULTT.
ON THE LIKE OF THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
are located the floeat flshlnt sad haatiaf
frouadi la the world. Dtserlpttv books oa
application. Ticket to all point la Maine,
Canada and Maritime Provinces, Minneapolis,
St. Paul. Canadian aud United State North
wests, Vanotmver, Seattle, Taooosa, Portland,
Ore, Saa Kranclaoo.
First-CtoJ Slewing and Dining Csn
attaekeVl to all throssh trains. Tenrlal ears
fully fitted with beddlns, enrtalss and sp
lally adapted to wants of famllle may b hid
with cosd-eIiia tickets. Rata always lass
Km u other Hum VW rull tsfoemstlflSL
time table, etc., on appllcatloa to
:. V. SKINNER, Q. K. A.
O ISOIDWATs RW V0R1