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THE SCRANTON TUIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 24, 1897.
TWO MEN DIE IN
Supposed (o He a Case of Alurdcr and
RESULT OF A BITTER QUARREL
I) end liodlcs oT Joslitin Mcl'mlilen
nnil l'rnnlc II r own round in Room
Mlicro Tlic llnd Cuna to Adjust it
I'lirtncrship Dispute -- An Empty
Revolver Luv Heslilo Tlium--M lilcli
.linn Committed tho Crltnu Will
l'robnbly Never lie Known.
Pittsburg, April 23 A special to tho
Times from Unlontown gives nn no
count of a tragedy at that city as fol
lows: A terlble double tragedy came
to light here tonight by the discovery
of tho dead bodies of Joshua Md'ad
den, of this place, and Frank Urown, of
Fal reliance. In a room on the third Iloor
of tho Lnfnvetto hotel. Uoth are well
known. Urown has been a civil engi
neer In the employ of the II. C Flick
Coke company for seven years, while
JIcFudilen was a clerk In Roth's de
partment store, and la a son of James
Jtcradden, the butcher of this place
Only one icvolver was found In the
room and the sK chambers were
empty, pointing to murder and suicide,
hut -which man committed the crime
Is not now n und will piobubly neer
There Is no evidence of a sculllo.
Uoth men were l)lng on the lloor,
Urown's head being at Mcrudden's
feet. The empty ieoler lay two feet
away from the bodies, und fiom Its po
sition It cannot bo told which man
used It. McFndden Is shot through the
chest, while Hrown's fatal wound Is
In the head. He Is also nhot through
the left hand.
Tho tragedy was not discovered till
10 o'clock tonight, and the bodies were
told and stiff, Indicating that the men
had been dead several hours. The dis
covery was made by a chambermaid,
who forced her way Into the loom
through a set of folding doors fiom on
adjoining loom. The alaim was Im
mediately given und the police sum
moned, as It was at llrst supposed the
men wete murdeicd b a third man,
Mho might possibly be In the house
e'von at that time. Cot oner P r. Smith
was also sent for, und upon his ar
rival summoned a Jury and began to
take testimony The only evidence was
circumstantial and ery Incomplete.
HAD HEEN PARTNERS.
It was developed that Hi own and
McFadden had been In partnership In
the grocery business In Fall chance
They dissolved pat tnei ship last Sep
tember and when the boolcs wcie lnil
nnreil, III own was li debted to the firm
nnd he gave MeFadden a note for $-'2-The
note was due today, and their
meeting at the hotel was for the pur
pose of effecting a settlement. The
note was found on the lloor, torn In
two and bucll) crumpled, which cieatcs
the thcor) that theic had been a scram
ble for 11. A ( heck for the amount of
the note, In Hrowa's liandwtltlng, was
also found. It wai not signed. All the
papers weie blood stained.
The testimony showed that the men
had cone to the room shoi tly af tei 1
o'clcek In the evening Blown walked
to this place fiom Lelthwoiks, a mile
south of town, wlinre In had been sur
v eying during the day He brought with
him the ledger containing the part
nership accounts, and told some of his
friends thote were some mistakes which
MeFadden would have to rectify be
fore the note would be paid MeFad
den also told some of his friends that
he could explain the disputed accounts
It is possible the men quanoled over
these accounts and got Into an alter
cation, which culminated in the trag
edy. Coroner Smith adjourned tho In
quest till toiuoirow, when anolhei &es
hlon will be held and a vol diet ren
dered. There pro many rumors and theories
nlloat tonight One story told Is that
the tragedy Is the reult of Jealousy
over a joung milliner of this place, and
there was .some testimony bearing on
this feature of the case at the Inquest.
Tho scene In th room In which the
tragedy was enacted was ns ghastly
ns can be Imagined. Both men bled
profusely and were lying In laigt pools
of blood which literally soaked their
clothes and the caipet. Blood had al
so been dashed ogalnst the walls and
on tho washstand and bed.
WILKES.BARRE COURT NEWS.
Skull of the Dead Mnn exhibited in
tho Zcmitis rase.
Wllkes-Barre, April 23. In tho 7.e-
A Wonderful Medicine
Tor Bilious end Neryous dlsorders.suchas Wind
and FatnJn tho Stomach, Sick Headache, Giddi
ness, Fullness and Swelling alter nienls, Dizzi
ness and Drowsiness, Cola CUIUS, Flushings of
neat, Less ct Appetite, Shortness of Breach, Cos
tlvonot a, Blotches on tbo Skin, Disturbed Sloop,
rrlshtfulDreano, and all Nervous and Tromb-
ling Sensations, Ac, vthon theeo symptoms aro
caused by coustlpatlon, as most of tbem aro.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE nELIEF IN TWENTY
MINUTES. This is no fiction. Every sufferer U
earnestly Inrlted to try ono Box of theso Pills
and they v.' ill bo acknowledged to bo
h WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
EEIiClI.V.tl'S 1'ILLS, taken as directed,
will quickly restore remales to complete health.
They prorarilyromovo obstructions or Irregu
larities ot the eysiem. For a
thev act Ilka maL?ia n. fntr rfnAa win rfi
dor. upon tU V.tal Organs, etreng.he.dng the
muscular system, restoring tho ions-lost com
, plexlon, brlnelng back tho koen edge of oppe.
the, and arousing with tho Hosobud of
Health the avholo physical energy ot
the human frame. Theso are facts admitted by
thousands, la all classes o( oocloty, andoaoot
the best guarantees to the Korrous and Dcblll.
tated is that Ucccharu's IMlis liavo tho
Laracst Salo ot any l'atcut Medlciuo
tu tho World.
Annual Sales more than 6,000,000 Boxes
lie at Drugstores, or will bo tent by D.a
Igeote. D. V. ALLEN CO., S83 Canal 8t Keir
lort, post paid, upon receipt; of price. Boole
tree upon application.
metis murder trial today, n bullet va3
shown which was cut out of tho breast
of tho murdeicd man. Coroner Mc
Kee was placed on tho stand nnd
showed tho skull of tho murdered man
with the bullet hole In the side. It
was a gruesome object nnd madu qulto
nn Impression on the Jury.
The commonwealth's attorney made
nn effort to submit part of tho testi
mony of Charles ltlce, which was giv
en at the previous ttlal. Charles Hlce,
who was the most Important witness
for tho commonwealth, died several
months ngo. His testimony Is of vital
Importance to tho commonwealth's
Mlchnel McGowan, one of tho Jur
ors, was Miken sick with cramps at
noon and a physician was sent for.
Before Judge Bennett the case of
Thomas Kennedy against Stanley
Abramzltls, for aggiavated ussault
and battery, wn.s placed on trial. Tho
parties reside In Alden and the de
fendant Is charged with striking the
plaintiff with steel knuckles during a
quarrel in tho plaintiff's pool loom
The case took up the mointng sesIon,
no decision being reached.
House of Representatives Adjourns Until
Wednesday Afternoon Next.
Harrlsburg, Apill 23. A short ses
sion of the house was held this morn
ing with oilglnal lesolutlons and bills
on Hi st rending ns tho order. The
Oime antl-pluek-mo store bill was re
ported from the judiciary general com
mittee as committed. Mr. Jeffries, of
Chester, offered a tesolutlon to place
on the calendar a bill abolishing cap
ital punishment, which was negatived
The resolution lies over a week un
der tho rules.
Mr. Coiny, of Luzerne, presented a
resolution that the expenses of the trip
to New Yoik to attend the unveiling of
the Grant monument be borne by tho
members who take part. The resolu
tion was voted down A bill making
taxes first Hens on all pioperty was
lead the first time. Mr. Patterson of
Blair, who had it In ehutge, seemed a
special order for the measure for sec
ond leading next Wednesday afternoon
and third and Until passage Thursday
Tho calendar was cleared of first
reading bills and then tho house ad
journed until Wednesday ufternoon at
TOTS MAY HAVE MET DEATH.
Wnndcrril from JIomc--rcotprints
Lend to n .11 1 ne Shaft.
Harleton, April 23 --George and Mary
Smith, aged 1 and 3 ears, respective
ly son and daughter lit Foieman
Smith, of the colllei.v stilpplngs at
Hazle Biook, wandered from their
When the mother discovered their
absence a t-eaich of the village was In
stituted, but the children were not to
be found The father sounded the col
llriy whistle, gathering all of the 2f0
emplijcb together, and a search it'
earnest was begun.
Several breaker bojs traced theli
footsteps thioush mud to an old air
shaft leadii g tc tho abandoned work
ings, wheie nil tiace was lost. As the
place is (Hied with water It Is Impos
sible to deteimlne whether or not thsy
had fallen Into the shaft.
Probably He Held in August
Philadelphia, April 23 Chairman
I-lkln, of the Republican state com
mittee, will within a week or two Is
sue a call for a meeting of the com
mittee to fix the time for holding the
next Republican state convention to
nominate candidates for auditor gen
cial and state trcasuier. That will at
once start the political machinery Into
motion again, as It will enable Hit
Republican city committee to IK tho
time for tho local pilmailes and bilng
to an Issue not only the contests foi
state delegates, but nlso for the two
county oillees to bo filled.
The date for tho state convention
will piobably bo (lxed for some time
'I rlrd Cases Into in lied.
New Castle. April 23 'Squlio William
Patsall, of Wampum, has Just recovered
fiom a three weeks.' Illness During this
time, while lying In bed, ho tiled three
cases, one of which consumed four hours.
He sus he cannot afford to neglect busi
ness on account of a llttlo sickness.
1'iitnl I'nll Irnm n Hoof.
Lowlstown, April 23 George McCook,
employed on tho construction of new
buildings at tho Standard Steel works, at
Hurnhnm, this county, fell from the top
of one of tho buildings this afternoon, a
distance of fifty feet, and died In an hour.
Iiimiiic Irom iief.
Shamokln. April 23 William Hill will Tjo
tnken to the Danville nsvlum tommrow
a raving maniac os the result of sttnln
nnd grief In waiting upon his joung wife,
who was burled )esterday after a long
Itnglug Fire m Hut Mountains.
Carlisle. ApMl 23.-A large tire Is raging
An .tin tin.n.iil a .1 ...I., -1 i. .
South Mnnntnin nonr imnin,, cnrinn. i.
has coveied thousands of aries of ground
anu destroyed mucn valuable timber.
I. ud) Dcpiit) Protlionotiirv.
Ilutler, April 23 Miss Anglo Thomson,
of We.st Sunbury, has been appointed
deputy prothonctaiy of Butler count by
Judge Greer. Miss Thornton Is a daugh
ter of Prothonotary It. W. Thomson.
Division 1'orr'iiiin Stunner Dead,
Johnstown, April 23. S. A. Stormor, ill
usion foreman of the PonnsjlvanU rail
road, nt Bolivar, died In the hospltnl to
da. A week ago bo was struck by a
train noar Bolivar.
Smolii'Miitk ' iiiimuI n Tiro.
Grceiihboro, April 2J The largo pottery
?,fv "CTi neX?Z "."JM
by lire Tho llro caught from a heated
urnoke Btack, Tho loss is about I3.CO0, In
I'ull from a Derrick Killed Him.
Emlnton, April 23. Whllo helping to
druw tubing on the Gibson & Co. well at
Bruin today, Herbert Rlttner fell from
tho derrick and was killed.
Chief Joseph Will Join the Show.
Washington, April 23. The Interior de
partmeut has granted pernil Mou to
Chief Joseph, tho Nii Porco warrior, to
accompany Colonel Cody In his Wild
West show. Chief Joseph Is the famous
Nez Perco rtilcf captured by Oenerals
Miles and Howard In 1UT7, after a pursuit
of nearly 3,000 miles toward the British
PROFESSOR. J, M. MUNYON.
Mun)on' Nerve Cure cures all forms of
nervousness nervous prostration nnd nil
the sjmptoins of nervous exhaustion, such
an depressed spirits, peevishness, Irrita
bility, gercrnl sensitiveness of tho whole
nervous sjsteni, failure of memory. Ina
bility to concentrate tho thoughts, morbid
fears, restless and sleepless nights, pains
In the head. nolcs In the cats nnd dl7zl
iies. It stimulates nnd strengthens tho
nerves nnd acts ob a strong tonic. 1'rlco
Munyon's Vltnllzer, a great toiilc and
restorer of vital strength Price, 100
Prof Munjcn puts up a separate euro
for each disease. At all druggists, mostly
25 cents a vial.
Porsonal letters to Prof. Munon, loft'i
Arch sticet, Thllaclelphl i. Pa., answered
with free medical advice for any disease.
THOUGHT HE WAS THE LORD.
A Demented .Man Scares n Stockton
Philadelphia, April 23. Rhelnhart
Dteer, of Camden, walked Into the
homo of Mrs William Dill, at Thirty
sixth and Fedetal street, Stocktm,
j esterday, and was about to make
himself nt homo when Mrs. Dill de
manded to know what ho wanted.
' I am Lord Jesus Christ," he replied,
and pointing his hand toward the sky
ho continued "You odght to know
the man nboe us "
At this Mis. Dill became frightened
and left the house. Neighbors were
notified, but befoie they arrived Dieer
had left the piemlses and was chasing
bojs around the nclghboihood Frank
and Howard Reiner arrived and seized
tho maniac and held him w 1th much
dllllculty until the arrival of Olllcer
Glandnn, who landed him In the town
Jail Dieer was In the employ of the
Piudentlal Life Insuianco company
until several weeks ago, when he was
taken suddenly 111 with Uphold fever,
which has left him In his present con
dition. FIGHT BETWEEN BROTHERS.
Prominent Farmers Near Greenville
Have it Set-To Over n Horse.
Gieenvllle, April 23 James A. and
Samuel Canby, brothers, und piomln
ent farmers living west of this city,
had a desperate fight this morning over
the ownershli of a horse which both
men claimed. Tills morning the liors.
was mKsIng from the bain when James
went to look after his stock, and the
tiack was followed to the farm of his
brotlu r, halt a mile distant.
James demanded the horse, and hot
woids ensued, with threats of arrest
for horse-stealing James tinned to
leeve when his biolhei sprang at him,
striking him on the head with the han
dle of a pitchfork, cutting a lonr gash
and InlllcUn serious Injury.
FIRST WEEK OF 1R0UT FISHING.
About 1,000 Caught Around llcllc-imite--Wlio
the Fishermen Arc.
Bellefonte, Apill 23 Tho flist week
of trout llshlng turned out better than
expected by anglers In this -vicinity.
The aggugale catch is In the neigh
borhood of 1,000 tiout fiom S to 12 Inch
es In lencth. Moi timer Donohui, nu
perltitendent of the Nltlany Valley
lallroad, bi ought home "3 fiom LIttl
Fishing creek lit id P. Hanis caught
31 In the same sticnni.
Charles Holsler causht about CO In
Spilng creek and Logan's branch From
all ice's llun bevel ul an-?eis brought
home baskets with fiom 40 to 50 trout
In each Judge Love and Editors T
H. Harter, Charles R. Kurtz and Geo
It Meek, have ?11 been out trjlng their
Frost Tnils on the Pencil Crop.
Trie, April 23 One of tho most promi
nent peach growers In ntlo county le
turred to tho city today after having
mado a careful Investigation of tho con
dition cf the trees since the hcav freezes
of a lew nights since, and reports that the
peach crop In the belt whelo the crop.,
aro heaviest Is safe.
Tarred nnd Feathered u .11 nil.
York, Pa., April 23 Jacob Wangtel,
Abraham Barnhurt, Benjamin Qobccn and
Jacob Hoin were. Indicted by tho grand
Jury this morning for tarring and feather
ing William L Snjdei, Tlio men ac
knowledge their net and Justify them
selves on tho ground that Snder was
guilty of a serious offense.
Accused nl" limbos lenient.
Sharon, April 23 Yesterday morning
James I.lndsley, of Mill Creek township,
a bondsman of ex-County Treasurer W.
H. Graham, presented an Indictment to
the grand Jury iharslng Graham w 1th em
bezzling nearly JP.OOO of tho count: s
money. Graham Is at present In Mexico
working In a gold mining camp.
Cur Passed Over Mis Head.
Wellsboro, April 23 Tho C'-j car-old on
of Andrew Plndley, of Tioga, was killed
at that place jesterdav Ho was plajlng
ball near tho tannery switch, and tho ball
rolled under a moving car The HtMo fel
low crawled under after It, and tho w heels
of the ear passed over his head
A nunc II- bbor oiii'prsph,
Lancaster, April 23. Christian Doersam,
a young man cf this city, was arrested to
daj , charted w 1th I obbing the i esl lence of
J. Nevln Schiceder of this clt . of Jowol
ry valued "nt $173 Dcorsom made a full
confession, Nearl all the plundci has been
Identified Her "oil's Mend Hod v.
Allentown, April 23 Mrs. William Har
vey. who resides a short dlstanco nbo-vo
tho Allentown furnace, has Identltled the
body of tho man who was killed on tho
Cential Railroad of New Jersey, near the
Ilttcrsvtllo crossing, last Prlday, as that
of her son Robert.
JlrudviMe I'Mis' Vow Tlnino.
Meaavllle, April 2J. The Mcadvllle J.oage
of Blk3 last night dedicated their new
club house, a spacious mansion centrally
located. A largo numbtr of visiting Ulks
are hers, Including Grand Kxalted Rulor
Mead D. Detweller, of Hurrlsburg, and
Killed Hy n Crr-nt I'nll.
Lewlstown, April 23. George SlcCool;
foil from tho top of one cf the new build
ings bolng erected for the Standard Steel
company, at Burnham, this afternoon, a,
dlstanco of fifty feet, and died In an hour
from the effects of the fall,
DOING WOXIir.UI'UL flOIIK.
l'rom the Sunday News.
The Trlbuno Is a great paper these
days. Their new perfecting press Is do
ing wonderful work nnd jtlio corps of
skilled writers employed bll'ss It for the
clean, clear and chcory appearance of
thdir matter as It appears -
SlBLEY'S BlOi LAUNCHED.
Surprised lit the. Mention of Ills Nnmo
us it Gubernatorial Candidate.
Pittsburg, April 23. Kx-Congrcss-mnn
Joseph Sibley passed through tho
city today on his way from Harrlsburg
to his homo nt Franklin. He had been
attending the annual meeting of the
Democratic state central committee,
where State Chairman Oarman stnrted
a gubernatorial boom- for him. Ho
"I was considerably surprised nt the
talk. I had honestly not thought of
being a candidate for any position,
but )ou know a man never knows what
fate may have In store for him. I do
not know whether I shall be a candi
date. I once very positively Bald I
would not be n candidate for congress,
but friends persuaded me to run."
FOUND A CLUE 10 MURDER.
Three Arrests .lliulo Among Slavs,
Unlontown, April 23. Four consta
bles from this place made a raid on
Stlckel Hollow today nnd returned with
three prisoners this evening.
There were about twenty-live Slavs
concerned in Sunday night's i lot, but
thej had all made themselves scaice,
except thice, nnd could not bo found.
The olllcers obtained a clue to mur
der that Is said to have been commit
ted during tho riot that night, one of
the rloter3 having been killed nnd his
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
pi:iti"i:er lioisi-s; hkt imiisox-
1 nble; nil modern Improvements; cel
lars uiulerdrnlned and cemented, peifectly
henlthv plumbing; luxurious dressing rooms
with uiurblo bow Is and hot and cold water;
but and cold venter on overv Hour and In
lnunilrv; tlectrle hells and speaking tubes;
furnace', lange, baths. JONLS till bpruco
T1AIM.OU AN1 IlIlIMtOOM, WEI.Ij
1 lighted and vcntlluled and handsomely
dtioiuted; clostt, marble bowl and water;
vleam beat, toilets, Janitor; cosy for bachel
ors or man and wile with meals out; lino
icstaurants near bj. JuMN ail sspruce
17011 Hi'.NT-sii,i:Nim m:v hophk,
1 tl looms nnd lnunilrv and nil modem
Improvements, good location. A. T.
IM.IsKIt, I'M South Main incline, opposite
roit m: r-co.y
good celkr. A. T. HKIsdUt, 131 fcouth
77OK RnXT-HOPMJ Willi II ROOMS
I1 nnd bath; dniiblo heater; cemented cel
lar. A. 1. lKIsi:it, ill! South Main avenue.
17011 ri:xt a mngi.i: 11-iiooM iinusi:,
I 111 I l.ij avenue; modern conveniences
and c It steam. Apply to C J. l'Ol", Ksq ,
Lommiin wealth llulldlng.
T7HONT oitrks koh m:xr, ins
1 .spruce street,
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
iitMHHi:iritovrKooM, with usi:
of bath, central locution.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
or rou sAi,i: ox ci.Aj AViTxriS
Ajiplj to J. C. I.AXUK, l'JO Laclcu
17011 sam:-a su.vp.u-Pi. vti:i coxx
V clnublu lull ciiplioiilum, nice l engraved,
Willi lioiiioonu lie 11, gold lined; ileum now
and cosj spo, will sell ut 11 Imratn. Address
this week to L". W. UA. I.OIt, Laltavsvllle,
FARM FOR SALE.
Adv. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
JO Hltuatcd In r.ivno countv, l1-. miles
from Like Ariel. Inquire of 11YRON
DAVIS KlirU stieet, Dutunore.
Advs, Under This Head One Cent a Word,
BKYCLKS IHIIT MAKKS; HIGH
grade, lurge tubing, bcuutlfiilly finished
and clccointcd S'J7.5ll Order snmple
l'OWTR V CLi: t O , indlmiupolls Ind.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
nulls cured without tbo leant p.iln or
drawing blood. Cousultiitlon und udvlco
given tiee. K. M. Hl.l.TL, Chiropodist.
;i:io Luckawaiinu uvenue. Ladles attended
at their residence if desired. Charges moder
nte. Itcliirn c fit Prodigal Sun.
Allentown, Apill 23 Samuel Hersh,
then a mero boj, left bis homo at Centro
Valle, Lehigh count, seven ears ago
to carve out his foituuc. Yesterday a
rough-looking young man applied foi
work at tho farm of Hersh'B father and
tho latter was about to tuin the called
avvyy when tho stranger tevcaled his
Identity 111 Hcrsh's son Tno oung man
had travelled all over tho world Ills par
ents had thought him dead, but tho safo
return of the piodlg.it son was marked by
the killing of tho fatted calf.
.Mother hnves Her Child's Life.
Reading, April 23 Marlon, the B-yetr-old
child of Charles I' Graeff, was serious
ly burned this morning. Tho child was
plalng lu the kitchen, when her clothes
caught lire at tho stove. Sho ran blazing
and sci earning from the room. Her mo
ther seized the child, and, wrapping her
In a piece of carpi t extinguished the
flames. Her own hands worn soveiely
burned. Tho child will probably recover.
llnnv fend of clt Hum.
Groensburg, April 23. Tho stables of tho
Southwest Coal and Coke- company, nt
T.irr station, were destroyed by tire thl
morning for the fourth time. Tourteen
head of horses and mules were cremated.
Groat quantities of huy and other feed
w ero burned. Tho loss Is 38,000, with sm'ill
Died from 11 Dog II It r.
York. April 23. Samuel Amsbaugh,
about 20 6ura old, died at the York hos.
pltal this morning. Amsbauga was bitten
severely by a dog last January. About
four das ngo he showed signs of aberia
tlon of mind and was then tnken to tho
hospital, where ho became violently in
sane and died,
Lost nn live from n Splinter.
Lebanon, April 23 Rudolph Holtft, ot
Annvllle, while chopping wood, was struck
In the eye with a splinter several days
ago. This morning the Injured eve so
cut OUt.' Hoke la .(Vi eara olf
I I Tll5AJjAi:M l.lliMSMHIIB J !
Whip Cord Beiges,
Light and Medium Weight
Covert Cloths ..-.
In about thirty different color mixtures and qualities at
50C, 68c, 75c, &1.00, $1.
Width 48 to 54 inches. Especially desirable for
TAILOR-HADE COSTUMES. Have you seen the
4c- Crepons ?
Work over night. An
swers began to arrive by
first mail iu tlie morn
ing. One Cent a Word
PUBLIC SALE Or REAL ESTATE
npMiK uNnKiis1o'NnrTvnr.iirHKi,ii at
1 publlu veudue on Snturdiiy, Ma in,
BI)7, at 10 o'clock u. 111., upon the premises
described below, the following lots or par
cels of hind Rlttmto lnltho Hlxth vvurd of tho
cltv of Hcrnnton, County or Lackuwannn,
nudstiito or l'ennsj lvanlu, bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit:
First Piece: lletng one-half of lot number
ono (11 on the town plot of the borough of
lljde Park as survejed by . I. Mnre,
September (Hb, 1H51. snld lot being llftj
two (O'Jl feet In fronton I'ront street (for
merl) Water now 1 bird street) nnd one hun
dred mid four (Kit) feet more or less In
depth to tho b ink of the I-nckawnnnn river.
Containing nftmt oue-elghth of nn ncre of
bind, and being the kiiiiio hind convened b
'iliomusCnv nc unit wife to Mnr Millet, now
deceased. Improved with a three-story brick
bouse nnd storo with a one-story brick addi
tion, also burn and shed.
Second l'lece: ilclng tho northeiisterlv
nnc-hulf of lot number illtcen (15 on .loscph
T. Icllows' plot of lots survejed by snld
Muiev. Mild one-half of lot being tortj-nliie
(III) lectin front on fourth fctrect und one
hundred and four (101) feet In depth. Im
proved with one story finme dwelling
llelngtho hiinio lotR of land conve.ved to
the undersigned by Trunk II. demons, esq ,
high sherlil of l.ucknwatinu county by deed
bearing duto tho Kth (lav of .March, 181)11,
and duly leeorded In I.uekawauiiu count
In book 1 of acknowledgment of sheriff!)
deeds at page 1 15. 'lerms cash.
l,i:oNAUI) 1). HOSTORD.
DAVID W. DltOW.N, Attorney.
TX TUT COl'UT OT COMMON I'LTAS TOR
i- the Count of I nekuwnniiu. No. 571,
Ma term, 180". Notice Is hereby given thai
an application will bo made to the wild
court on the '.'ltluln of Mil, A. 1)., 1811",
ut 0 o'clock, under the "Corporation Act
of one thousand elRht hundred and sevent
foui," und the supplements thereto, bv
Liu lanl Domeiileo, Llditliio CuppellonI,
Lillgl Teruglnl, Abele Llottl, Angilo Pol
lingo, Terdlnando Htellaroul, and Julio lib,
ccintlni, forthe charter of tin Intended cor
poiutlcm to bo culled. "riioSodet of Chris
topher Columbus," tho character und object
of which Is maintaining a soclet.v for bene
ficial or prctccttvo purposes to Its members
fiom funds collected theieln, und for these
purposes to huve. nossess nnd enjoy till
the rights, benefits und privileges conferred
In the said 111 1 and Its siipiili ments.
CHAM. II. WTLl.Ksbolieitor.
TX T1IC COURT OT COMMON I'LKAS FOR
L tbo count of Lackawanna, of No. '.'53,
Mav term, 1807. Xotlee is berebv given
that an application will bo made to the suld
court 011 April 'JHth, J807, ut 10 u. 111 , undei
the Act of Asscmbl) of the Commonwealth
of l'ennslvunla, entitled "An Act to provide
for the Incorporation und regulation of cer
tain eorporutlons," approved April 'Jllth,
1871, und the supplements thereto, bv Kttu
McGcnnls, Cellu Jennings, Knilly I. Moore,
LUile K. Davis, KlUubctb Rose, for the char
ter of nn Intended corpoiutlon to be called
'1 lie Ladles' Aid Hoc let of the llrst Chris
flan t hureh of.scratiton, Teniislvaiilu," tin
character und object whereof Is to help, aid
and assist the sick und ufllleted, to relieve
the vi ants of the poor and needy, nnd fur
these purposes to have, possess nnd enjo nl
the rights, benefits und prlv lieges of the sulci
Ac t of Asscmbl nnd Its supplements.
1 ho proposed charter Is now on file In th
I'rothonoiurv 's ottlc e of Lai kuwannu count
to No. 25a, Mil Term. 1807.
A.J. COLHORX, Jr. Solicitor
HELP WANTED MALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
IVANTim-AN TXI'KRITN'CTD IIKI.l
Y er In feed mill. Apply W. 11. 1'ltKA
iS. hOX, 0 West Market street, city.
WAML'D-A GOOD TAl'TR HANGKI
and painter Highest wages paid
Good job for suitable man. Apply l'Jf
bouth Main avenue.
VTMNTTD AOi:XTS-$7ft TKR MOXII
nnd expenses paid ucttve men If right
goods sold b Milnplo 011I5; samnles, ulsc
borso und iiirrlugu furnished THTK. Ad
dress JOHIITR, llox 5U08, Uoston, Muss.
C ALUSMTX-HCHOOLHUTl'LIKS; COUN
i try work; tiuo sulury monthly, with
work: fciuo sulury monthly.
UDcrui nuiiiiionui eoiiiuiissions.
UVAXH A. CO., Chicago.
It ANTED AX IIJKA. WHOCAXTHIXIC
V of Home simple thing to patent Pro-
leci jour ulcus, iney may uring you weuuu.
WllfeJOHX WTDllTltllUKX A CO, Dept.
CUM. Patent Attornevs. Wushlncton. D. C
lort belt $1800 prize oiler und Hit of 1,000
WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVERY SEC
VV Hon to canvass: SI. 0(1 to n 00 a day
made; Nells ut sight; also a man to sell Htuple
Goods to dealer; best side line $76 u month;
salary or largo commission made: experience
iinneecsKur, union noiip unci .uuuuiuiiiir
ng Company, Clnclnuutl, O.
X1TAXTKD - WELL-KNOWN MAN IX
i every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly: big money tor iiirents; no
cupltul rupiircd. EDWARD C. Flbll A CO ,
isuiue'U 1110CK, uiiuugo, 111.
HELP WANTED FEMALES.
Advs. Under This Head Ono Cent a Word.
T ADIEH-I MAKE DIG WAGES DOINO
Lj pleasant borne work, nnd will gladly send
mil particulars to all sending 'J cent stamp.
M1H4 M. A.bTElllll.NH, Lawrence, Mich.
VANTED-LAl)YAGENr8 ,N HCRAN-
ton to sell and Introduce Hhydei's cake
letng; experienced rnnviisser preferred: work
permanent and very protltuble. Write for
particulars nt one o and net benetlt of holiday
(rude. T. H.HNDERA CO., Cincinnati, 0.
' ANTED IMMEDIATEIA'-TWO KNER
' getlo saleswomen t" represent us.
Guaranteed tl a day vrltnout Interfering
with other duties. Ileulthful occupation.
Write for puitlculars, enclosing tamp,
MANGO CHEMICAL COMi'ANYT No, 72
John street, New York.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
but men of ubllltj; ? 10(1 to 8500 u
month to hustlers; state und general iiu-ents:
snliirv and eommlsslnn. ItACIXK llltli
LUIXK CO., Ituclne, Wis.
fAXTKD-sOMCriOUSj XO niU.IVKIt-
ing, no collecting; position permunem;
pny weeklj; state ago,
iioencsier, . l
l7-AXTi:i)-Oi:XT.ItAI, aqknth in kv-
eryeountj; nlso lady canvassers; some
thing new; sure seller; upplj quick. J. C.
Illl.llhlU', 111 Adams nvuiiuc, Seruuton,Ta.
A GKMH-WHAT AK YOU GOING id
donbotitHafoUlti7enshlp prlcoSl. Do
ing by thouuuds. Address NICHOLS,
Xu pontile, III.
AGKNTS-TO HTM, OUR I'RACTICAI,
gold, silver, nickel und copper electro
plasters; prices from s;i upwnrd. salary and
expenses puid; outfit free. Address, with
stump, MICHIGAN MKO CO . Cblcngo.
AGKNTH-TO .sni.I, CIGAIW TO DTAL
eis; $'J5 weekly and expenses; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MrG
CO, 18 Vun lluren St., CbtcuKO.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
J no deliveries; no collections; samples
free; side line or exclusive. MFRS., auil
Market street, I'htludelphln.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word,
7?RsTJpLAMS oTloCKRY I1USIN1S
I1 Htocknndllxtuics. Doing ov or $11,000
per month. Rest locntlon In a town of l'J.OOO
population. Large lirotlts; small expense.
Cash required clow n, 8?, 500, must sell cpilck,
KOlng In otlu r business. I or full pnrtli ulrs
ineiulro of II. X. PATRICK, UU1 North
vvusmngion avenue, aeruiuoii, iu.
r A ON EVERY SlOO MADE LAST
JSfl month through our svstem of svndl-
cate speculation. M-nu ior inn cxjiinnniory
pampiuet. uc.urvruii a. w, iu vvuiice.,
CIIAH. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
All orders nroiiuitlv uttcnded to, day or
nluht. All the latest iinnllunces. Charges
reasonable. 711) Scranton street. House,
HUH North Washington avenue.
AB.1IRIOGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
. and cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. HRIGGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Main live , or Elcltes
drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry.
telephone no 111.
Adv. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
EltTONETDYVIH, WHOLES VLE AND
mi.iii ,initr iii nil ivtticlH of lumber.
special pilces cm bill lumber. Yard, corner
rvu Aug uvenuo unci ureeu luuganiiiec.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
J beautiful colored pictures or U'J plain,
2-i eeuls; stumps. PARISIAN ART CO.,
TJJIO Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
A MIDDLE-AGED LVDY WISHES IO
V makoeligiiKenients for nursing. Terms,
S8 00 per week. Addie-s XTRsE, this ofllce.
iriTATION WANTED TO DO WASH-
Ing mid Ironing. Washings nnd Ironing
tnken homo nlso. Call or address L. 11 , U3 1
Sumner avenue, II) de Park.
lri'ATIOX WANlElTllY GIRL TO DO
generul housework. Address, 100 1 ourth
ifUATION-WANTED 11Y A WATCH
' niun, or to attend boilers. Address G.
HO Hlekor) street.
ITUATION WANTED HY A GIRL TO
do light bousewoik or nurse girl. Act
ress M Vl'Il Dl NALL, 1 III Illekoiy Btrcet.
ITL'ATIOX WANTED-HY A YOUNG
mull as butcher; bus hint eight ) curs ex
perience und a llrst-eluss, all-around mun.
.ddress T. IC, OJO Jlurloii street, e It).
"iTTATIOX WAXTED-HY A YOUXO
" girl to do housework In a small family;
an get references, f required Address K.
II, T, Irlbunoolllee
lri'ATIOX WANTED-IN HOlEL OR
restuurunt by tlrst-eluhso)hter man; well
versed In kitchen work, or would talto out
side work 011 11 delivery team, rtfereuccs.
llox '-'Oil, clt).
-inwriON WANTED-HY A YOUNG
man us a biitebir; can iniike suusuge or
bologna; bus bud severnl )eurs' experience
und enn furnish good rcfcitnec. Addicss C.
J. R , Tribune ofllce.
vITUATIOX WXTED-HY A YOUNG
mud ns u bookkeeper or general ollleo
otllce work; cun furnish good reference. Ad
dress M. C, Irlbuuo olllce.
Physicians nnd Surgeons.
DR. C, L. FREY HAS REMOVED HIS
ofllces to tho Jovvell Building, 303 Spruco
DR. MARTHA S. EVERITT, 308 WASH
Ington ave, Otllce hours until 10 a. m ,
2 to 4, 7 to 8 p. m.
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D HOME-
opathtst. No. 22S Adams avenue.
DR. A TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
fice hours, Thursday and Saturdays, 9
a, m, to 6 p. m,
DR. W. E. ALLEif, 512 NORTH WASH.
DR. ANNA LAW. 308 WYOMING AVE,
Ofllce hours, 9 11b, m., 1-3 p. m 7-8 p. in,
DR. L. M. GATEJ3. ROOMS 207 AND 20
Board of Trade building. Otllce hours,
8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Reil.
dence 309 Madison avenue.
DR. C. L. FREAS, 8PECIAIJ3T IN
uss iZMing anjiMnieduc.
209 Washington Avenue,
Opp. Court House.
Ofllce telephone 13C3. Hours: 10 to 11
2 to 4. 7 to 9.
DR. S. W. LAMEREAUX. A STECIAL
lst on chronic disease of the heart, lungs,
liver, kidney and genlto urinary or
gans, will occupy tho otllce ot Dr. Roos,
V32 Adams avenue. Ofllce hours, 1 to "i
DR. JOHN C. PRICE, 339 WASHINGTON
avenue. Office hours 8 to 10 a. m.; 2 to
and 7 to 8 p. m.
W. U. ROOK, VETERINARY SUR.
geon. Horses, Cattlo and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 124 Linden street, Scranton,
PERCIVAL J. MORRIS, ARCHITECT.
Board of Trade Building.
EDWARD- II. DAVIS, ARCT1TECT.
Rooms 21, 25 and 20, Commonwealth
E. L. W A LTE rCARCHI I1 buC'i , O WtulJ
rear of C06 Washington avenue.
LB Wis HANCOCK, JR. ARCHITECT,
433Spruce St., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
FREDERICK L. BRdVN,"ARCHITECT,
Price building, 12S Washington avenue,
T. I. LACEY & SON. ARCHITECTS.
Traders' National Bank.
FRANK E. BOYLE. ATORNEY AND
coumellor-at.law. Burr building, room
13 and 14. Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNh.,
Rooms 212-13-14 Commonwealth Bldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY, ATTOHNKYS-at-law,
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scranton.
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS ANI
ana counsellors at law, Commonwe,
building. WoshlnEton avenue
W. H. JESSUB
W, H. JES8UI1
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADLl
National liank uuucung.
ALFRED HAND, WILIAM J HJfl
ACiorneys anu counsellors, com
wealth building. Rooms 19. 20 and
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-
Law, Room E, Coal Exchange, Scdanton,
TAfr-a w rvjifirnnn ATTrcnsiRV.
' or.T..w Tlnnm. Rli R1R nnH Rill TlnArri
of Trarie Building. '
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-Law
Ofllce. Wyoming avenue. Scranton.
L. A WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawanna ave., Bcranton, Pa.
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Commonwealth building, Scranton,
C COMEGYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears buildings, corner Washington
avenue andjSpruce street;
B. F KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton. Pa,
JAS J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY.
at-Law, 43 Commonwealth bldg,, Scran-
WATSON, DIEHL. HALL & KEMMER.
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
6. 7, 8. 9, and 10- third floor.
BARRING &. M'SWEENEY, COMMON,
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
L. M'GRAW, 303 SPRUCH
DR. II. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH. 115 Wyoming ave.
R. M. STRATTON, OFFICC COAL EX
change. WELCOME cTsNOVER. 421 LACKA.
ave. Hours. 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA
Scranton, Pa., prepares hoys and girls
for college or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest. REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER II BUELL.
jTlSS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Spring
term April 13. Kindergarten 310 per term.
G R. CLARK & CO, SEEDMEN AND
Nurserymen; store Its Washington ave.
nue; green house, 13M North Main ave.
nue; store telephone. 782
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR EU LACKA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wlro Screens.
Hotels nnd Restaurants.
THE ELK CArE. 125 AND 127 FRANK.
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
t. ZEIGLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu.
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed.
dings and concert work furnished For
terms address R, J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming uvenue, over Hulbert'f
mLGARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P BROWN & CO. WHOLE
sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
CHI ClothjTCO West J.ackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT AC?
countant and auditor. Rooms 19. and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postotllce.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHINQ CO,
Noith Washington Avenue Llnotypa
CEipoiltlon of all kinds quickly dona.
Lllltle- unsurpassed; lu this region