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TIIE FCBANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAT MORNINO. SEPTEMBER 13, 1895.
(The Tribune has opened a branch of
flee at No. 29. Inning- building. tubllo
Square. Wllkes-Barre. It Is the purpose
of the publishers to issuo a newspaper as
valuable to the general public a the met
ropolitan dallies, and deliver It to the peo
ple throughout northeasten Pennsylvania
from three to Ave hours earlier than the
Philadelphia ana New York papers can
TIIE FIREMEN'S PARADE.
A Largo Parade and Some Perfect March
ing Done. .
Yesterday's firemen's parade was the
largest seen 4n this i-lty for many years
and it was must creditable to the par
ticipants, who made a splendid appear
ance. There were about 6W tlnely uni
formed men In line, and with the band,
drum corps and the handsomely decor
ated tire engines, hose carrlUKes, etc.,
the parade was ntoout as fine an affair
of its kind as this city has ever wit
nessed. Too mui"h credit cannot be
given to Firemen tvtermjiier, St. John
ahd Oonstlne for the interest they dis
played In the parade, and the enthusi
astic work they did In having the
demonstration pass off so smoothly.
The formation of the line was as fol
lows: Police Department,
William KrlRKS. Chief of Police.
Muyor K. IM. Nichols.
City Officials and Fire lvpartment
Comni'lttees In Carrluges.
Robert AV. Williams.
Chief of Staff.
Lieutenant Colonel C. How Dougherty.
Ueonre I.. Weitsel. J. P. Ttrannlng.
J. F. iMaek, Fred. Turner, S. A. Pinch.
Alexander's Ninth 'Kcicltnent nand.
Temple Commandery Band, of Tunk
hannock. Triton Hose Co.. of Tunkhannnork.
Mechanics Fire Co., No. S. J'lttston.
Eagle Qlose and 'Steamer Co., No. 1,
PIN st on.
Niagara Engine company. Plttston.
Black Diamond 'H. & L. Co.. Plttston.
Volunteer Hose company, Parsons.
Citizens' Independent Hose Co., Par
Franklin Hose Co., Edtrardsvlllc.
flood Will tHose Co., No. 2. Plymouth.
Plymouth 'Hose Co., Nu. 3, Plymouth.
Rescue Hpjse Co., No. 1, Ashley.
Kingston Fire Department.
Luzerne Hose company.
Dorraneeton Hose company.
Nantlcoke Fire Department.
Avooa Hose company.
Stegmaler's Hose Co.. No. 1.
Marshal of Wllkes-Harre Fire Depart
ment. Robert Harvey.
Aids Ambrose Constine. Joseph Will
iams, Hugh Sharp. J. 11. Montayne,
Lew Knlffen. Major W. O. Cool
'baugh. Fred Klrkendnll. Fred
Stegmsiler. Wm. (f'M alley.
Old Volunteers Firemen and Engine.
Darkeytown Fire Rrlgnde, Plttston.
Jr. O. IT. A. M. Hand.
WILlvi:S-RA.HKiE FIRE DEPT.
No. 1 Steamer Co., iMen. 'Hose Carriage
N'o. S HoseCo.J.Men nnd Hose Carriage.
No. 6 H. & J.., iMen. Hook & Ladder Co.
No. 70toeCo..iMen and IHose Carriage.
No. 2 Steamer Co.. iMen, IHose Carriage
No. 9 Hose Co.. Men and 'Hose Carriage.
No. 3 Steamer 'Co., 'Men. IHose Carriage
No. 5 H. & T... -Men. Hook & Ladder Co.
No. 4 Steamer Co., IMen. Hose Carriage
The parade formed on River street,
with the right resting on Union, and
at 2.30 o'clock the two taps of the court
house clock were given, showing that
the line had moved. The route of
march was out Tnlon to Washington
to Market, around south side of the
Smnre down Franklin to Ross, to
South, 'to iMaln. to .Square, around
Public Square, out East Market to
city hall, where the mayor and council
received them, and dismiss.
There was some masnlflcent march
ing done by some of the companies.
The entire police force was out. and
they showed the excellent results of
their marching practice under Ser
jeant Kline. But by far the liert
marching was done by the Eagle Hose
company, of Plttston, who brought
down thlr patrol wagon, their hoap
cart and their full force of fifty-five
men. Their drill squad of twenty-five
men, under Captain J. "M. Jones, was
the best of the day. They wore coats
of blue cloth, square cut and trimmed
with white liraid. and dark blue
trousers. T'nder Captain Jones they
performed some difficult marching tac
tics on the route, and were hailed
everywhere with loud applause. After
the parade the drill squad appeared
on the wept side of the Square, and did
some superb drilling, going through a
large number of evolutions with won
derful ease and precision.
The Black Diamond Hook and Lad
der company, of Plttston, was gotten
up In outlandish rig, as the Darktown
Fire brigade, and many of the cos
tumes were very striking and original.
An old mule harnessed iby rope to a
dilapidated cart represented their me
chanical outfit. The rompany was the
recipient of a great deal of applause,
and created lots of fun.
The Luzerne borough delegation
turned out sixty men, and was one
of the largest In the parade. They all
wore light brown frock coats, caps and
trousers, and were accompanied by
their own hand, dressed In the same
uniform; The -Lape 'Hose company,
of Nantlcoke, also made a good appear
ance. The second division of the parade,
headed by Marshal W. O. Ooolbaugh,
was reserved for the Wllkes-Barre fire
men, and they showed up splendidly..
The engines were polished until they
shone like silver, and each was dec
orated With a l)lg bouquet .of flowers.
The horses were In fine shape, and
the men In their suits of dark blue
made a splendid appearance. A II the
companies were received with tnud
cheers as they passed. The second di
vision was headed by Foremen St.
John, Constine and 'Stegmaler, and
then came the engines, hose carts,
ladder trucks, etc., in order, with the
men following them. The department
never showed up better than It did
yesterday, and their good marchlnir
and fine appearance won well-deserved
applause. Among other companies that
were prominent In the parade were
the Mechanics, of Plttston; the Tritons,
of Tunkhannock, who were accom
panied 'by the Temple Commandery
band, of that place; the Volunteer
SLEEP & REST
For Skin Tortured
trsiDT Cm Tmnmrr. Warm hatha
ear, gentle applleauom of
tnt), and mild dosae of Cut
r (the aaw Mood parlfler).
vita otmctnu Boar,
Hose company, of Parsons; the Ply
mouth Host company, and the Ashley
Hose company. The parade was, taken
all In all, one or the nnest ever seen
In this city, and it was much enjoyed
and appreciated by the citizens.
TIIE KNIGHTS ADJOURN.
Their Business I Inlshcd-Nixt Meeting
Place at Reading.
Yesterday morning the Knights of
the Mystic Chain completed -tlieir an
nual conclave and adjourned for a
year. Naomi Castle, Ladies' Degree,
met at 8 o'clock In Red iMen's hull, on
Northampton street, drew up resolu
tions, which were adopted, and then
proceeded to Install the new otllcers.
The resolutions thanked the mayor
and the citizens for their kind hospl-
tailty In receiving the Knights. An
other was a resolution of thanks ex
tended to the local castle for their en
tertalnment, and another expressed the
sympathy of the degree for the grand
secretary. Mrs. Lawler, In her recent
bereavement. The following otllcers
were then Installed:
Grand chaplain, Mrs. C. Weltzel,
York; past grand commander. .Mrs, R.
White. Allegheny: grand commander,
Mrs. It. Wrumb, 'Pittsburg; grand con
ductor, IMlss H. Wrumb. Pittsburg;
gruud secretury, Mrs. R. Lawyer,
Pittsburg; grand treasurer. Mrs. 'Mur
phy, Altoona; grand Inner guard, Mrs.
Smith. York; grand outer guard, Mrs.
Hlte, Pittsburg; grand trustees, Mrs.
K. B. Weltzel. Harrlsburg; Mrs. Ma
The select castle met at Concordia
hall, and completed their election as
. tleorge II. Sturrs, of Scranton, select
marshul: J. C Adams. Bristol, Inside
guard; 'H. B. Clare, Philadelphia, out
side guard; E. iS. Edwards, Pittsburg.
Robert IMoKoe, Philadelphia, Richard
White, Allegheny, supreme represen
tatives. George B. Chandler, Harrlsburg, past
supreme commander, assisted by
Charles iNailor and Charles Holcomb,
installed the otllcers.
Joseph Mitchell, of Pittsburg, and J.
Q. Leezer, of MeKeesport, were created
pust select commanders.
For select commander, Ralph Law
yer. 'Pittsburg; Joseph iMltchell, Pitts
burg. Select commander, E. S. Rettew, of
Lancaster; W. H. Man. of Harrlsburg.
For select marshal. Charles C. Rich
ardson, of Allegheny.
Select scribe, John J. Davis, of Pitts
burg: treasurers, L. C. Ootthold, Phila
delphia; I). K. Retten. of Lancaster;
J. 1. iLeezer, McKeesMrt.
Select inside guard Charles C. West,
Philadelphia; H. Y. Pickering. New
town: H. Wilkinson, Philadelphia; A. iS.
Freeze. Sprlnget; O. H. Lehman,
Wrightsvllle; II. 8. Marks. Altoona; W.
D. Chandler, Stroudsburg; 'Peter Clare,
Philadelphia: Leon Bentley, Philadel
phia. For outside guard, George W,
Dennis. .McKeesport; II. II. 'Hopkins,
Springe Forge; J. O. Adams, Bristol: E.
Joyce. Pittsburg; Theodore Cook. Phila
delphia: Thomas Potts, Johnstown; J.
H. Morris, Boyertown; Grant C. Nobbs,
Pittsburg; James F. Taylor, 'Miner's
Mills; George Powell, fVranton.
Heading was then selected as the
place to hold the next annual conven
tion, and after tendering a vote of
thanks to the mayor, the press and the
people of Wllkes-Barre. the convention
TIIE I.UTIII-R LEAGUE.
Tho Assembly Meets and Discusses Inter
The Luther league of Northeastern
Pennsylvania met at St. John's .Eng
lish Lutheran church on the corner of
River and Academy streets yesterday
morning, with about forty delegates
present from 'Scranton, Pttston, Avoea
and every other town In .Northeastern
Pennsylvania. The time In the morn
ing was consumed in hearing reports
of committees and the treasurer's re
port. In the afternoon Rev. Mr. Ettweln, of
Pltitston, conducted a question box, and
there was a general discussion among
the delegates on topics concerning the
welfare of the society.
Last evening the l.Model Luther
league was discussed. Rev. Dr. Rehm
er, Rev. E. L. 'Miller, Rev. Mr. New
bauer, all of Scranton, and Rev. O. F.
Ettweln, of Plttston, all made interest
HURT AT A DANCE.
A Fireman Gets His Husk Very Badly
After the firemen's parade last even
ing, a dance was held In Saengerbund
hall and among those who attended
were Sam Bartleman, foreman of Hose
company iNo. 8, and employed at iMack
In's store at Five Points. As he en
tered1 the hall about 9 o'clock Mr. Bar
tleman saw a friend, and the two be
gan a friendly tussle. In the melee,
iMt. .Bartleman slipped and fell to the
floor, wrenching his back so badly that
he was unable to get up. Dr. iSweeney
was called and he recommended that
the injured man be taken to the hos
pital as soon as possible. The police
patrol was called and Bartleman put on
the stretcher and taken to the hospi
tal. His hack Is badly hurt, but he
will be able to be about again In a few
A itrave Act.
About noon yesterday iPatrlck Gavin
did a brave deed In stopping a runaway
which, had it reached the Square In
the crowded condition of the street Just
before the parade, would have done se
rious damage. One of Brennan &
Ward's teams became frighU ned at the
depot, where It stood untied and ran
away, "up 'East Market street. Gavin,
who Is a driver for Behee's freight line,
saw them and as they passed him on
the run.-aelzed the bridle of the horse
nearest him. The animals dragged him
half a block before they were stopped.
One of the horses stepped on his foot,
making an ugly wound and cutting
clear through the fhoes and stocking.
The large crowd who saw the brave
net cheered him heartily as he went to
a drug store to have his foot treated.
Charged with Embezzlement.
J. C. Card, who has been an agent for
trees, shrubbery, etc., for quite a length
of time for different nurseries, has also
been soliciting nnd doing some work
for Florist Moore, of 81 Park avenue.
Oardi was arrested by Constable Peter
Bauer and taken before Alderman
Kulp yesterday on the charge of em
bezzlement. It Is alleged by Mr. 'Moore
that Card solicited orders and then
would erase the number the order called
for, making the figures larger and thus
Increasing his commission.
. A Bill In Equity.
Constable Lloyd yesterday filed 'a bill
in equity against the county commis
sioners, asking that they be restrained
from drawing warrants; that they be
compelled to put all 'bonds in his cus
tody; furnish him with an office and fix
salaries for his clerks. The bill will be
argued on Saturday before Judge
Lynch. , .. . .
BRIEF NOTES. -
Al Lewis has been held for court on a
charge of firing a revolver at Thomas
Caffrcy, of Sugar Notch, Lewis waived
a hearing and gave bail,
Edmund Bevan end John M. Derr,
of Mill Creek, made a bicycle run from
Phllllpsburg to Wllkes-Barre via the
Delaware Water Gap, arriving home
The annual election of officers of the
Wllkes-Barre Wheelmen will take place
at the next meeting.
The church of the Evangelical
elation, on Dana street, this city, has
been completed and will be dedicated on
A Hue concert will be given In
Emanuel church, Edwardsvllle. on
Sept. 18. for the benefit of Uwllym
Davis, 'who will pursue his musical
siuuies in (uosion.
The Dallas fair will be held four days,
beginning Oct. 1. Their races this year
will be unusually good.
A charter for the Hogadas of Israel
a new Jewish congregation of Hazleton,
has -been granted by the court.
O. F. Federoff. the embezzler, has
been held for court In default of $1,000
bail at his hearing before 'Squire
The pupils of the Grant street build
ing will report today at the Hancock
street building. The former building
will be ready for occupancy on Monday
'Miss Howlson. the well-known lee.
turer, will give an address on Robert
Burns and his works at the Young
Men's Christian association next Tues-
day. This is the opening event of the
A big tmzaar Is to be held the first
week In INovember by the Young 'Wo
men's Christian association at their
rooms on Nouth Franklin street.
'Mike Kubltskl was held by Alderman
ltononue yesterday for a further hear
Ing for stealing u M bill from Victor
A model of Defender Is on exhibition
In Carpenter's window. It Is four and
one-half feelt long and Is a superb piece
or work, being made by Architect Haw
kins. The lines of the crack yacht are
rollowed nearly exactly.
One of S. E. Wells' teams, at Ashley,
ran away yesterday afternoon and
broke the wagon lrtto bits against a
Mayor iNlchols yesterday fined Joe
Cuff and J. 'Harkness to und $20 re
spectively for disorderly conduct and
inciting a prisoner to resist an omcer.
James Harper was fined t20 yester
day by IMuyor Nichols for resisting an
olllcer. and went to jail in default of
Rev. Father Jordan leaves 0t. Mary's
today to take his new charge at Rend
CHANGES IN TIIE ARMY.
General Miles Will Go to Washington to
Washington. 'Sept. 12. Major General
Nelson A. 'Mills, commanding the de
partment of the east, will be ordered
to this city to take command of the
army on the 2!th Instant, when Lieu
tenant General John fM. Schotleld goes
on the retired list on account of age.
General Miles Is the senior major gen
eral of the army, and General Ruger
Is his Immediate junior. General Wes
ley .Murltt Is the third major general,
recently placed In command of the de
partment of the .Missouri, with station
at Chicago, and will undoubtedly re
tain that command.
There Is no likelihood of other
changes In the station or the duties of
the other general officers now in cam
mand of various departments. Gen
eral Schofleld's retirement will result
In no promotions. General Schotleld
says there is nothing decided about
moving the Fifteenth regiment from
SOCIETY RUNNING CARS.
Novel Way of Working Charity In Syra
eusc, N. Y.
Syracuse. N. Y.. Sept. 12. The mem
bers of Syracuse's 400 have spent most
of the day riding on trolley cars. For
eighteen hours a regular organized
company, composed of women, has had
charge of four cars each, on four of the
different lines of the Syracuse Street
'Runway company. The use of the six
teen cars for one day was tendered the
Woman's Christian association by the
railroad officials and as a result the
treasury of the organization Is swelled
to the tune of nearly 11!. 000.
About fifty of the most fashionable
young ladies of the city acted as con
ductors, relieving each other at stated
Intervals. The cars were gayly dec
orated witn tlags and bunting. All day
the cars were crowded and this even
ing trolley parties are holding the
boards. The regular conductors were
on board the cars to prevent accl
WILL NOT INTERFERE.
Quay Will Not Fight rtalzcll's Reappoint
tnent In the Next Congress.
Philadelphia, 'Pa., Sept. 12. There
was a renewal this morning of the
story that 'Senator Quay would use his
influence with Thomas B. Reed, of
Maine, the probable speaker of the In
coming congress, to prevent John Dal
zell, of -Pittsburg, from becoming
chairman or the next ways and means
"(Senator Quay has declared that he
will not atitempt to Influence the make
up of any congressional committee
said Colonel Thomas V. Cooper, "so
that he Is not going to place opposi
tion in the way of 'Mr. Dalzell or any
Indiana Farmers Adopt Extreme Meas
ures to Suppress Criminals.
Frankfort. Ind., -Sept. 12. Farmers
of Perry township, this county, have
lot several hundred dollars in prop
erty recently by thieves who raided the
community. Last night Farmers Ves
terson, Mellln and Wyants lost In the
neighborhood of S00 turkeys and chick
This morning they sent to Darlington
for a pair of bloodhounds, and at noon
a crowd numbering 300 persons, led
by the dogs, started In search of the
criminals and serious results are
Mt'LTl'M IN PAHVO.
Patience Is tho key of content. Mo
hammed. Command Is anxiety; obedience, ease.
Merry larks are plowmen's clocks.
After victory strap the helmet tighter.
(ip.nion is a medium between knowl
edge and Ignorance. I'lato.
I ho sure way to miss success Is to miss
the opportunity. Chasles.
It Is the penulty of famo that a man
must ever keep rising. Chupln.
Minds which never rest are subject to
many digressions. Joubert.
Tho pursuit even or the best thlnm
biiKht 'to be calm and tranquil. Olcero.
There are some people who give with tho
air ot refusal. gueeu Christina.
1 have great hope or a Wicked man. slen
der hope of a mean one. Beecher.
Fiction is a potent agent for good In
the hands of the good. Mm, Necker.
The shorter way to do many things Is
to do only one thing at once. Smiles,
lie shall be Immortal who llveth t'.ll he
be stoned by one without fault. Fuller.
A cheerful race is nearly as good tor an
Invalid as healthy weather. Franklin.
Money often costs too much, and power
and pleasure are not cheap. Emerson.
I-outer the ueauurui una every nour
thou cullest new flowers to birth. Schil
ler. If the Baby Is rutting Teeth.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over Fifty Years by Million. r
Mothers for their Children while Teething,
with Perfect Success. It Soothes the
Child, Softens the Gums, Allays ull Pain;
Cures Wind Colic, and Is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea. Bold by Druggists In every
part of the world. Be sure and ask for
'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. Twenty-five oents a
Wboa Baby waa lick, we gate her OafCorta,
Than abe waa a Child, she crUd for Caatorla,
ffhea aha baoaoe Hia, she dung to Caatorta.
DECEIVED BY A WAX FIGURE
Traveling Man's WiU Creates Snn la
a Michigan Hotel.
Muskegon, Mich., Sept. 12. A young
Grand Jtapida traveling man has been
up north, and on his way back stopped
at one of the leading Muskegon hotels.
His charming young wife thought she
would surprise him at Muskegon, so
went down there and kept out of sight
with friends untU he had gone to hia
Then she stole up, and found htm
sitting with his back toward the door,
divested of his coat and shoes. Just
back of him the dim light revealed the
outi'ines of an apparently young and
beautiful woman. With a piercing
scream the enraged wife rushed into
the room, fastened her lingers in the
bleached hair of the one who dared
thus occupy a mom with Charlie In her
absence,, and laid it prostrate upon the
carpel. By tnis time she discovered It
was only a wax nVuii' it Mnmi
to a showman across the street, who
was In town for the county fair season,
and who occupied the room a part of
TOOK PARIS tJREEN.
Ueath of a Woman Who Ilollcved That
She Had killed Christ.
Unlontown, Pa., et. 12. Mrs. Al-
ieu jiunarus, or iHellevernon, took a
dose of paris green this morning with
suicidal Intent, and died In terrible
agony a few hours later. She mixed
hulf a box of the poison and drank the
whole dose. She wus found some time
after In the cellar in a dying condition
and medical aid summoned, but she
was beyond help.
The xulcide was the result of mental
aberration. 'Before 'the unfortunate
woman died she regained conscious
ness and told those about her that she
had a horrible Illusion that she killed
Christ and had to give up her life for
the sin she had committed. . Mrs. Rich
ards Is an English woman. Her hus
band Is employed at the 'Bellevernon
MR. CLEVELAND EMPHATIC.
Ho Pronounces Against the Crime of
Carrying Concealed Weapons.
Washington, Sept. 12. President
Cleveland put himself on record today
against the concealed weapon evil by
refusing a pardon to a man who had
been sentenced to serve a year in jail
In Washington for carrying a revolver.
The prisoner is Kdward Scott. He
made a foolish flourish of his weapon
some time ago, and was convicted of
The president says jln refusing a
pardon: "Carrying pistols and using
them on every possible pretext and
assault such as this convict committed,
growing out of this pistol carrying
habit, ought. In -my opinion, to be se
verely and lirmly treated."
WORK OF M'KINNON'S GHOST.
Depopulating a Prosperous Town by Its
Prescott, Mich., Sept. 12. The town of
Shearer, which only a few years ago
was a promising and prosperous burg
with sawmills, salt Mocks, etc., is now
being abandoned. The removal of the
sawmills and other plants hus caused
the exodus, but there is said to be still
A short time ago, Hugh -McKlnnon,
a hermit, was found dead with bullet
holes In his body. Ever since the vil
lage, it is said, has been haunted by
hl ghost. So great has 1een the agita
tion among the superstitious that
many left town even -before the mills
Kov. Uanlol Griffin, a Georgia Preacher
Shoots His Son-lu-l.aw. ,
tiu., jt. j. utrv. .uuuiei
Grl'lin, a well-known divine, shot and
killed his si-n-ln-law, Robert Dudley,
last night. Griltin got Into an alter
cation with Hen Smalls and Dudley un-
ueriouK 10 uc as peacemaker,
Urlllin warned lilm not to Interfere,
but Dudley kept on, and then Gritlln
deliberately ghot him dead.
Hclicf'ln 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 acount 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, Scranton, Pa.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHAROR WILL BE LESS
THAN Zfi CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO RMAI.T, WANT ADS. EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREE.
- Help Wanted-Hale.
every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; big money for ssenta; no
capital required. EDWAKD C. r'ISH CO.,
iJorden tsiocs, wuioago. JiL.
SALESMEN - RESIDENT SALESMEN
D wanted, acmialnted with tha local and
nearby dru and Krocnry trado, to handle our
line of high sradn ciirara. Addresa, giving
references, J. KDWARD COWLUS CO., H3
C'hambera stront, N. Y.
Helo Wanted Ftmalea.
NEW YORK DKRSHMAKINO ACAI'KMV,
I. ad lea' French tailorinir: aliaolutulv tin
refitting; yon work on your own material
while learning. 417 Lackawanna avenue.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO KNER
eetio palpftwomon to renrea-nt na.
Guaranteed tfa day without Interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Write
rr pnrticmara, inciming stamp, mango I'liera
Ical ''onipany. No. 73 John afreet. New York.
NR NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM lO
rent.- 41V Vine atreet.
I .''OK REN T-FCH I8HED ROOM. WITH
or without board, suitable for two tier-
aona. litt Ailami are.
1,'OR.RKNT-A LARGE, 4-HTORY BUILD
JP Ing at 11 Franklin avenoe; suitable for
wholesale bualneas. CARSON DAVIES.
IfOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
r Lackawanna avenue. Adrirnm THOMAS
K. EVANS, sear I IBS! Luserne, Hyde Park.
J"6b rknt-nToe'lyfurn'isheii HALL
' aultnbln for ludim rooma. JOHN JKK-
MYN, 111) Wyoming ovenna. .
' . For Sal.
1XB SALE - A NEW BU(I(Y, VERY
1 eheap Inquire MACKRETH 8 ahop, 1VU3
Waahburn at. j .
FOB SALE CHEAP-LAROlTHtnJSE AND
barn and nnn acre of around at 1)1aii
Pa. Address J, L. Hwarta, Daltun, Ps or H.
u. Bwans. na spruce street, cuy
F'OR SALEAT REASONABLE FIGURES,
alot of Bee A Co. 'a .Iron nine mural.
tlon tramea, single and double; also a lot of
Rookar oaaea. In tialrs. noma extra dankh. all
only alightljr nw-d and eood aa new. Address
Inquiry to BUBINBBbj
IANAQKB, The Trlb
ana, Bcrantoa. Pf. ,
" Money to toan.
200. isuo. ti oin. s&ooo. aauai to
IWi . loaron Nil estate security.
D. B. RKPUXiLE, Attorney, w gpraot bt
Dress Goods Dopartmont
As a season of novel conceptions in Fabrics the
present one easily bears the palm. Of coarse, with
every turn of fashion's wheel we expect improve
ments, but this season we appear to have more
than the usual proportion; we have been furnished
with more than we could rightfully demand or ex
pect We placed our orders early, before the advance
in prices took place, and are, consequently, able to
oner a wealth ot the best things in Dress Goods
and Silks at prices which tell their ott o story of
careful and early buying.
Mostly Fricstly's Goods, and worthier weaves never
found room on a retailer's counter. They are se
lected with an eye to quality, to style, to generous
width and extra value.
A OENTS WANTED TO SELL ClOARS:
Si 5 ner month aalarv and elnenaea naid.
AddreM. with two-cent stamp, FIUARO CI
OAK CO., cnicaeo.
AOENTB-TO BELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel and copper electro
plators: price from 13 unward: aalarr and ax-
penaea pmd; outfit free. Aridreaa, with a tamp.
aiitniuan aru tu., cnicauo.
AGENTS TOSELL ClOARS TO DEALERS;
tS weekly and exuenaes: experience un-
necewary. CONSOLIDATED MFO. CO., 48
vau nurvn ai.. imcaso.
CALF.8MAN TO CARRY SIDE LINK: V
Vj per cent, coromlaaion; aample book
maut-o rrne. Auurese u, tu, Biauou 1
A T ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
1. aell now lichtninir nellinu- table clotb.mos
quito and houao fly liquid at 10 cents nnd il
conm a Dome. Kampm rrea. nubuuu
M r 'Q Co Baltimore. Md.
A GENTsTillNDE'-H- PATENT UNIVER-
J aal Hair Curlers and Wavers (used with
out beat), and "I'yr Potnted'Hair Puis. Lib
eral romminaions. Free aample and fall par
ticulars. Addreai P. O. Box -iSuw New Yora
AlAANTKD - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
V V handle our line, no iMtddlinv. Salarr.
75 per month and expenaea paid to alt Uooda
entirely new. Apply quicaiy. r.u. on, bwb.
TVTOTICE-ON AND AFTER MAY 1, I
li will make s monthly tour of tho follow
Ins nlacee uivine free on -n air advertising ex
hlhitioue Willi the stereoplh-on: Taylorvllle,
Hvilo Park. Providence. Lickaon Olvohant,
Peokville, Archhald, Jerniyn. Exbibitiona
(rivon on Werlnreday and Friday of each
week during the month, the ratea for adrer-
tiHinjr are am per montu. Aaureae n.
ion. i rinuno omi-e, cuy.
(4'PHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAP..
I You want this relic. IVntaina all of
Frank Lexlie a famous old War Plcturea,anow
Ins the forces In actual battle, sketched on tha
pot. Two volumes, 12.0U0 pictures. Sold on
eaav monthly navment. Delivered bv ex
press complete, all cbargoa prepaid. Addreas
I-. j. aiwu i , n Anams Are., seranron, ra.
T1LANK BOOKS, PAllPHLETS, MAOA-
lt slnea, etc., uouna or rebound at THi
TimiL'NS office. (Juick work. Reasonable
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR BALK-MODER-ata
nricea. Call and eet oar circular be
fore purchasing. W. GIBSON JONES, ell
NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OP
the members of the Lackawanna Store
Association, Limit' d, will be held at the office
of the association. In the city or Scranton, on
Wednesday, Oct 2, 1W at o'clock p. m., for
the election of mauaa-ers for the enauinc year
and for tha transaction of such other bualneas
aa may properly come before the meeting.
J. P. HIGOINSON, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., Sept ", 10S.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE IX
1 lNtlns lietween J. U. Kliodea. C. W.
Rhodes and Louis D. Aquino, doing business
as tue uikxI Samaritan naive I o . Has tins day
keen dissolved liv the retirement of J. M.
Rhodes from said firm. All claims against
said fund shnnld be presented toC.W. Rhodes,
THE GOOD SAMARITAN SALVE CO.
September II. lHUii
Increase of Indebtedness.
Orrick or Tns Coi.i.ikiiy ENuissen Co , I
July 9, IHU5. f
T HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE FOL
1 lowing resolution waa adopted at a meet
ing of the board of directors of this company,
held on the Vth day of July, 1HUV
Resolved, That a meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Colliery Engineer company be called
to convene at the general office of tho com
pany. Coal Exchange, Scranton, Pa-, on the
l.iin aay ot ne?ieniDer, to tune action on ap
nrovnl or dinaDnrova,! of the nrouosed increase
of the Indebteilneis of said company from
nothing to IxO.otK), and that the secretary be
and Is hereby directed to give notice thereof
i required ty luw.
Attest: . R. J. FOSTER,
INSTATE OF CATHARINE WINTON,
j deceased, lute of the city of Scranton, Pa.
Letters testamentary noon the above named
estate hsvina- Imen granted to the under
signed, all persons baring claims or demands
against tne aaiti estate will present tneni tor
payment, and th indebted theroto are
require'! to make imniedtat payment to
vi a 1.1 r.it vy. Hinio.x, t ,
B. M. WINTON. Eiecutor.
GARKIt'K M. 1IAKOING. Attorney.
INSTATE OF SARAH STUART, LATE OF
" , L. ....... , . t. , .. , 1 1
M M rci UUV.,11. Ill .MOT uuiiuit Ul II.U.IW.I1U.
and state oi Pennsylvania, deceased.
Letters testamentary anon the above named
estate having lieen granted to the undersigned,
all persons Having cinims or demands against
the ssld estate will present them lor paymont,
and those indebted thereto will please make
Immediate payment to
r.r r in oiuAKi, executrix
JOHN F. SORAGU,
Attorney for Estate.
WANTED A SITUATION BY A YOUNG
ladv who la an x Ions to secure a position:
has had experience In office work. Address F.
E. H., caro Tribune.
WANTED-A SITUATION BY A GOOD
horsesboer and general blacksmith, Ad
dress MS Franklin avenue.
SITUATION WANTED AS CASHIER OH
O assbtsnt bookkeeper: thoroughly under
stand bookkeeping; anxioni to secure pi sitlon;
moderate salary to negin. Aaareas mniM.
KEEPER. Vuu Lackawanna av.
SITUATION WANTED BY A BOY 16
years of age in office or store. Address
H. J. P.. Titbonc office.
AOttst r,hlcH!cr, ticWi Pwyroysl P
initmMs' as.'), nrp the fB. Ji "SffSs
T.U m abut, ini ajir, fx fUtlralua. "(ulkf
Urfwy icnir - Paturo Walla., UraifMa,
CoJeMster CksulcaTCe.. TulbuUh. !
Of all kinds, manufactured at rt
Mtkt, at The Trifcxxe CZce.
602-604 LACK. AVE., COR. ID1MS.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT. PORCELAIN,
Bridge and Crown work. Office, fc2e
C. C. LAUBACH. BURGEON DENTIST,
No. lift Wyoming avenue.
It. M. STKATTON. OFFICE COAL Ex
change. Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. O. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to 616 8pruce street, Scranton, Pa.
(Just opposite Court House Square.)
DR. KAY, 206 PENN AVE.; 1 to I P. M.:
call 2062. Dls. of women, obstretiice and
and all dls. of chll.
D R. A. J. CONN ELL, OFFICE 501
Washington avenue, cor. Spruce street,
over Francke's drug stroe. Residence,
722 Vine st. Office hours: 10.30 to 12 a.
m. and 2 to 4. and 130 to 1.30 p. m. Sun
day, 2 to S p. m.
DR. W. E. ALELN, 012 North Washington
DR. C. L. FRET, PRACTICE LIMITED
dlaeases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat: office, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence. t2 Vine street.
DR. L. M. OATEB. 126 WASHINGTON
avenue. Ottlce hours, I to a. m., 1.30
to 3 and 7 to 1 p. m. Residence 309 Madi-
DR. J. C. BATEflON, RELIABLE SKIN.
Tumor and Cancer Specialist. Tuesdays
and Fridays, at C06 Linden street. Of
fice hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
WARREN A KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors at Law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scran
JE88UP8 ft HAND. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealto
Building, Washington avenue.
W. II. JES8UP.
HORACE E. HAND.
W. H. JES8UP, JR.
PATTERSON ft WILCOX, ATTOR.
neys and Counsellors at Lnw; offices I
and Library building , Scranton. Pa.
R08WELL H. PATTERSON,
WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Room i. Coal Exchange, Scran
JAMES W. OAK FORD, ATTORNEY-at-Law,
rooms 63, 64 and &, Common
SAMUEL W. EDO ARTaTTORNE Y-AT-Law.
Office, 317 Spruce St.. Scranton. Pa.
L. A. WAT RES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawana ave., Scranton, Pa.
URIH TOWN8END. ATTORNEY AT
Law, Dime Bank Building. Scranton.
Money to loan in large sums at I per
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT
law. Commonwealth building. Scran
C. COMEaYsTlCl SPRUCE STREET.
negotiated on real eatate aecurlty. 406
B. F.KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
JA8. J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY AT
law, 48 commonweaun oia a. ocramon.
j7m C. RANCK. 1M WYOMING AV,
EDWARD H. DAVIS. ARCHITECT,
Rooma 24, Z anu at, -iiiiiiuiii"
E lTwALTKR. ARCHITECT. OFFICB
rear of 606 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR. ARCHITECT.
4je cipruce si., wr. r-T
BROWN MORRIS, ARCHITECTS.
Price buiiuing, tat ania .
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association win
on easier terms and pay you better en
Investment than any other association.
Call on S. N. Callonder. Dime Banlt
SCHOOL OF THE L.ACKAWANNA.
Scranton, v "
for collge or buslneaa; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re-
auest. Opens September 9.
HEW. THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. BUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDEROARTEN
and School, ll suam. annur, uiriia
Sept. . Kindergarten W per term.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. 1. Bauer, condueter,
. nr ,Min. avanua. avav Hulhart'a
I T J u....
rnuaic bwij. - .
rrM . . nil t ivnattpoa ' twarafra-sia.
if... .naaUinaa taaair tuaa-a. tavlnav
Warehouse, 139 Waahlagton ave., Scran
ton, Pa. . ; .
FRANK f. BROWN CO. WHOLE
ale jeaiera in Woodware, Cordage mmi
Oil Cietn. lav wm aawaawanua -.
countaat ana auaior.
Boom id and M,
WUItmnM BMlMutc, ajppMltsj pmtHt
AmtM tot the Bh Fire KxllnaSiliher.
Novelty Dross Goods
We have' a remarkable collection of both foreign
and domestic novelties. We won't tire you out
with a long string of French names that wouldn't
make you any wiser after yon had read them, as
they must be seen to be appreciated. .
If you are an admirer of beauty In a fabric yon
can't afford to miss our Silk Department We
won't go into arguments or explanations, but come
and see the goods. All are welcome, whether to
look or buy.
Renovate Feathers, V
Make Over Mattresses,
Hake and Repair Springs,1
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. JONES BROS.
JOS. KUETTEL. REAR till LACK A
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manutac
turer of Wire Screens.
O. R. CLARK CO., SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen: store 14ti Washington ave
nue; green house. 13W North Main ave
nu: store tclephoe 7si
IMPORTANT ARRIVAL OF THEOIPSY
guec-n; reveals hidden secrets of tho
present and future, will give sittings for
a few days at 103 Spruce street. All who
have been unlucky In love, buiinesa or
' kindred subjects, call on the Madam
and consult her. Misses treatments.
This Is the best week to consult the
Olpsy Queen on all subjects.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 12S and 1Z7 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZIEGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. A W.
assenger depot. Conducted on the
luropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place,
Rates, 13 60 per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. AN ABLE.
Pioneer of the hotel cen
ter in New York clt.
Noted for Its superb loca
tion, superior rooms and
excellent cuisine service. The Standard
Hotel for giving MOKE VALUE FOR
THE PRICE than any nrst-class hotel In
the world. Facing Central Park, Mth and
tsth sts., Plaxa Square and Fifth avenue;
reached by any uptown cars, and the
crosstown cars at 69th St., which latter In
tersect all surface and elevated roads;
terminal station 6th aw. L road within
half a block. Absolutely Fireproof.
American and European plans. Drlnklnjr
water and Ice used is vaporised and frozen
en the premises, and certified as to puiit
by Prof. Chandler. F. A. HAMMOND.
mi rails, - wo
Attention Giren to Business
and Personal Accounts.
MEREST PAID 01 TIIE DEPOSITS.
Bouirbt and told on New York
Exchange and Chicago Boara)
of Trad, either for cash or oat
Q. duB. DIMniCK,
4U 5pruce Street.
LOCAL STOCK I SPECIILTT.
ON THE LINE OF THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC H
are located the finest fishing aad banting
grocBds in the world. Deecrlptlvs books oa
application. Tickets to all points In Maine,
Canada and Maritime Prorlnees, Minneapolis,
St Paul. Canadian and United States North
wests, Vsncoarer. Seattle, Taooma, Portlaad,
Ora, Baa Fraaeleea.
First-Ctsss Sleeping sr. D!ri:j Cs
attaebed to all taroagh trains. Ton rial ear
mi) Bttsd with aadding, curtains and ap
ally eaaptad to wants of faaalnaa asay be nasi
with esoood-olsaa tiekets. Bates always lass
tbaa via other Unas, For tall tafotvatiae
tlms Utilsa, etc on apalleatloa to
K. V. SKINNER, O. K. A.
3C3 ISS-WM, EX I0SI