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THE SULIA1NTON TRIBUNE WUDjNES DAY. OCTOBER 5. 3S98
DOIiPH ATHERTON HAD CON
JXRENCE WITH OFFICERS.
Law with Reference to the Discharge
of Soldiers Manner in Which Ap
plications Should He 1'rained.
Captain J. W. Kambcck, of Com
pany D, Is In a Very Critical Con
dition In the Harrlsburg Hospi
talSome of the Xate Gossip, of
Special to io Scmnton Tribune.
Camp Meado, Mldclletown, Pa.. Oct.
4. Dolph Atherton, representing the
Soldiers Relief association, of ticran
ton, was in camp today taking stops
tov arda having discharged from the
Bcrvloo nil members of the Thltlcenth
who have -wives or children depend
ing upon them and deslro to go home.
Ho saw Brigadier General Gobln, Col
onel Coursen and all company com
manders nnd received assuinncet that
they would approve all such applica
tions for discharge, especially If they
hnew of their Jcnowledg.1 or through
the Relief association that the appli
cations are In good faith.
In addition to this Mr. Atherton told
your representntlp that upon the woid
of the secretary of war to hlin, appli
cations of this hind would be favorably
jecelved and noted upon. This will
Blve much satisfaction to rnutiy mem
bers of the Thirteenth and to their
"When last hentd from Crptnln J. W.
Xanileck, of Company Ii, wn-j getting
worse. Ills fever was high nnd he
failed to recognbe anybody. The phy
cluns at the City hospital, Ihirrisburg,
where he Is now, aav he Is in a ery
The nttention of The Tribune cor
respondent has been cnlled by Acting
Regimental Adjuinrt David J. Dales
to the fact that several letters hao
been received hero at headquarters,
purporting to be applications for the
discharge of this one or that from the
wbrvlce, but that these letters cannot
bo any farther for the reason that
they are Improperly addressed, or got
ten up in a form which prevents them
from being acted upon. As it is the
ckfiro of the colonel and of the adlu
tnnt to have such applications made
out proporly and to act on them with
out delay, Adjitarot Davies desires
that there be no misunderstanding on
tins question Military forms are very
J reel so, and the requirements nie
ilgldly adhered to. The following
Htntement of the law and of the prnc
t'co in such cases may not be amiss,
nnd may prevent many from sending
in applications, which, on account of
tome mistake, will be pigeon-holed.
Here is the general law on the ques
tion: IVW ON THE QUESTION.
Hondqunrtcrs of the Armv, Adjutant
Cencrnl'ii Olllce, Washington, Sept. !3,
CluuMr No. PS.
ll direction of the nctlng secretary ot
war, tho following is published to the
ainiv for the Information and guidance
of all concerned:
Knllsted men of tho regular army and
Milunteer army who deslro to procure
furlough, transfer, or discharge from the
t niW Slates service should address a
Intter to the adjutant general of the
num. setting forth the leasons upon
wlieh thev base their applications, and
band or mail it to tho captain of tlulr
rinpiny, who in turn is rtqulred to for
ward it through regimental, brig-hie, 1I
Mslon and corp3 hendquirtri with his
roLommenditlon. Applications that do
not como up In this manner will not be
All applications must bo forwatded im
mediately, upproed or dUapprmcd, us
proldod In army regulations TCj.
Further, the department will not nt this
time entertain applications for OKclnrgos
of enlisted men belonging to regiments
wnlnu In tho Philippine Islands, Hono
lulu, Cuba or Porto Rico.
Soldiers transferred from ono regiment
to another and soldiers going on, fur
lough, other than tick furloughs from
hospitals, perform tho journey at their
own cxponso and cannot bo furnished
By command of Major General Miles.
H. C. Corbln, Adjutant General.
If, therefore, under the conditions of
the nbove circular, any ono desires to
ask for his dischaige, lie should make
out an application in this form:
Camp Georgo G. Meade, Ii.
To the Adjutant General, U. S. A.,'Vus'h.
Ington, I). C.
Sir: I hereby rmko application for my
discharge from the servico of the United
BtnUV Volunteer Army. I enlisted In
Company , Thirteenth Regiment, I'enn-
plvahla Volunteer Infantry, nt
on tho day of , JS9S.
My reason for requesting my discharge
is (hero stato rerson, or reasons).
(Rink) Co. , 13th Rcgt., Pa. Vol. liif.
This form, It will bo seen, Is very
plain and simple. It should be written
ns legibly ns possible on legal or fools
cap paper, folded twice. An applica
tion gotten up in this form will bo act
ed upon at once.
Your correspondent gratefully ac
knowledges the kindness nnd the as
sistance of Acting Adjutant Davis in
TOG AND RAIV.
A heavy fog, followed by a drizzling
rain, prevented tho resumption of tho
regular drills yesteulay morning, nnd
made the men keep close to their tents.
Last night camp presented n scene not
unliko a naval school of gigantic pro
portions on Jand. A message came in
from General Graham containing tho
news that n severe rain and wind
Btoim was Impending, nnd telling all
to tighten their tents, making them ns
secure as possible. The clouds were
heavy nnd lowering, and It would rain
for a few minutes nnd then stop, show
ing that the atmospheric currents were
on tho move. The boss needed no fur
ther invitation to secure themselves,
nnd, ns they put it, at once set to work
"to reef their topsails," AH expected
n storm, and to prevent their tents
from being carried away by the wind,
or battered down by the force of tho
rain they bepan to drive the pegs as
deep as they would go.
It was expected that there would be
trouble during the night, and manv
remained up till a late hour cpectlng
that there would be some excitement.
Nothing serious resulted, however, and
the man who gauges the elements must
have miscalculated as far as Camp
Meado was concerned. It was the
warmest night which tho boys spent
under canvas for some time In fact,
the extra blankets were entirely dls.
When ono considers the fact that
JTor twenty-five days the members cf
the Second battalion were encamped
on ground which Is over 200 .feet lower
than the site of the regimental head
quarters and of tho First battalion,
that they were Hanked on one sldo by
the river and on tho other by tho canal
and by sexeral marshes, which border
on It, nnd that they wcro tioubled
with heavy fogs, It would be naturnl
to suppose that sickness would be more
pievuluit umong them than among
thoso of the First battalion. The food
fcr both was the same, also tho cloth
ing nnd the general care. The puz
zling question then Is, how enmo It
that tberp were fewer enses of serious
Illness, nnd, In fact, of sickness In gen
eral, In tho Second than In the First
battalion? The only difference con
sisted In tho greater freedom nnd privi
leges accorded to thoso of Malor
Wood's command, and to the bathing
facilities. Could this fully explain tho
GRANTED AN EXTENSION.
Regimental Adjutant L. T. Mattes
has been granted a ten days' extension
of his leave of absence. Lieutenant
David J. Davles still continues to dls
charg the duties of that oillce.
Colonel II. A. Coursen, who hns been
cnlled home on account ot the Berlous
Illness of his wife, Is expected to re
Pergennt Hlchnrd A. Wntrous, who
for the past few weeks was acting
Ilrst sergeant of Company G, on uc
count of the Illness and the death of
William A. Roach, was last night
named as flist sergeant of that com
pany. Sergeant Watious will base
seen five ears' serlce in military life,
comprising his experiences In the Na
tional Guard and In the volunteer
nrmy, Wednesday, Oct. 5. Ho comes
from Montrose and Is recognized as n
good soldier, and well liked by the
members of G company. His appoint
ment gles general satisfaction.
The dMslon corral Is now within the
C hns a record for orderlies which is
not excelled, or, perhaps, equaled, by
that of any other company in the
corps. It has three representatives
Trlvates Morris Thomas, Miles Drls
coll nnd Stephen Phillips who are
mounted orderlies to the division com
mander, nnd Major General Young has
a high icgard for their soldierly quali
ties He is accompanied by some one
of them whe-novor he goes out for a
ride. rrlnto William J. Hnggorty, of
tne same company, temporarily occu
pies tho place of Pilvate Phillips, who
Is home on a furlough.
Mis. A. H. Crngo, corner of Madison
aenue and Pine sttcet, Srranton, vis
ited her son, Corporal William Ciago.
of D, Saturdny nnd Sunday. She left
for homo this morning.
Priate James Richards, of r, has
returned to enmp after a short Islt to
friends In Vvnshlngton, D. C.
Pilvntes Sotser and Pettlt, of G, left
for their homes In Montrose last night
They will be nwny s,een davs.
Sergeant Harrv Ij. Eado, of E, Is re
ceiving warm congratulations from his
many fi lends. Cause message receiv
ed from home notlfvlng him that
"mother and bab girl are well."
Pilvnte Obey A. Michael, of C, Is
Private Rim?, of , bns been taken to
division hospital. It Is suspected that
he has typhoid.
Mi. and Mrs. William Lindsay, of
Salem avenue, Carbondnle, hao been
lsiting friends In camp recently. Sat
utday osening they had a supper of
coffee, hatd tack and chicken pot-pit
with friends In A company.
Corpoials Palmer Williams and An
thony Myers nnd Prhntes Murray nnd
Henjnmln Davis, of r. went home on
fui lough last night. They will be away
one w eek.
Rrlgade Commlssaiy Setgeant Paul
Pnschalls, quartei master sergeant
of Company C, was called homo last
night on account of the serious nines
of his son, Paul.
Richard J. Courkc.
FROM COLONEL TO MAJOR.
Gordon, of the First Delaware, Anx
ious to Remain in Service.
By Associated Prcs.
Camp Meado, MIddletown. Pa. Oct.
4, Colonel Gordon, of the Tirst Dela
waie, has been musteied out as a col
onel and musteied In as major of the
sepaiate battalion Eight companies of
this regiment hae been shipped to
Wilmington for muster out at the ex
piration of a thiity day fui lough The
other four companies will be leotgan
Ized by Major Got don nnd retained In
the sen Ice to fill the state's quota In
the volunteer seivlce.
Lieutenant Vincent, of the Fifteenth
Minnesota, stnited today for Minne
sota to lecruit tho corps ambulance
company to 250 men. Vincent will visit
Minneapolis flist nnd pioceed from
theie to St. Paul, Duluth nnd Chicago.
Tho original corps was leciulted last
summer In Southern Ohio and many
of tho men base been ghen their dis
charge on account of sickness.
Chief Sin goon Giraid Is considering
the adisablllty of abolishing tho divis
ion hospitals and establishing regi
mental hospitals. The regimental sur
geons faor leglmontal hospltnls, ns it
keeps them in closer touch with their
Tho Fifteenth Pennsylvania regiment
has been brigaded with tho Second
West Virginia and the Two Hundred
and Third Now York. Tho Fouith Now
Jersej was to have taken the place of
the Fifteenth In this bilgade. but It has
boon so long teaching heie that General
Graham became tired waiting on tho
Jeisejmcn nnd sent for Colonel Kreps
nnd gae his command the place which
had been lesened for the Fourth.
Chaplain House, of the Fifth Massa
chusetts regiment, has oiganlzed a
Cluistlan Imde.nor society with a
membership of one hundred. The chap
lain Is n Ice-president of the Cluis
tlan Endeavor union of Massachusetts.
Fullness in tho Head and Ring
ing in the Ears
Bottor In Evory Way Slnco Taking
" For several yearn I had no cessation
ot the guttering caused by catarrh. I had
a seme of t ullnew In the head and ringing
in my tars. Ono ot my nostrils was
tightly closed so 1 could not breathe
through it, and I could not clear my head.
I tried several catarrh cures, but (ailed to
get relief. Booing accounts ot cures by
Hood's Banapnrllla I determined to give
It a (air trial. Aftor taking a (ew bottles
I was satisfied it had effected a euro, (or
the catarrh no longer troubled me a par
ticle and I (elt better in every way than
(or years. I am now able to do n hard
day's work on the (arm." ALrnED E.
Yinbt, Hoernerstown, Pennsylvania.
Is the best-In (act the Ono True IUood I'urlfler.
Gold by all druf glib, ft ; six (or f G.
TO CURE NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA.
To Gain Flesh, to Sleep Well, to
Know What Appetite nnd Good
Digestion Mean, Make n Tcct
of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Interesting Experience of an Indian
No trouble Is moro common or more
misunderstood than nervous dyspepsia.
People having It think that their nerves
are to blame, and aio surprised that
they are not cuted by nervo medicines
and spring remedies: the real seat of
mischief is lost sight of; the stomach
is tho origin to bo looked nftcr.
Nervous dyspeptics often do not have
any pain whatever In tho stomach,
nor perhaps any of tho usual symp
toms of stomach weakness. Nervous
dyspepsia shows Itself not In the stom
uch so much as In nearly every other
organ; In some cases tho heart palpi
tates and Is irregular; in others, the
kidneys are affected; in others the
bowels nie constipated, with head
aches; still others ore troubled with
loss of llesh and appetite, with the ac
cumulation of gas, sour risings nnd
Mr. A. W. Shnrper, of No. CI Pros
pect St., Indlnnnpolls, Ind., writes ns
follows: "A motle of pure gratitude
prompts me to write these few lines
regarding the new nnd aluable med
icine, Stunrt's Dpspepsla Tablets. I
have been a sufferer from nervous dy
spepsia for the past four years; have
used arlous patent medicines and oth
er remedies without any favorable re
sult. They sometimes gae temporary
relief until the effects of the medi
cine wore off. I nttrlbute this to my
sedentury habits, being a bookkeeper
with little phjslcal exercise, but I am
glad to state that the tablets have
overcome nil these obstacles, for I
have gained In llesh, sleep better, nnd
am better in every way. The aboe
is written not for notoriety, but is
based on actual facts "
A. W. Sharper,
61 Prospect St , Indianapolis, Ind.
It is safe to say that Stuart's Dyspep
Bla Tablets will cure any stomach
weakness or disease,, except cancer
of tho stomach. Thoj cure sour tim
uch, gas, loss of flesh and nppetlte,
sleeplessness, palpitation, heartburn,
constipation nnd headaches.
Send for nlunblo little book on
stomach diseases by addressing Stuart
Co., Marshall, Mich
All druggists sell full sized package
at CO cents.
CASES SET DOWN
FOR NEXT WEEK
Concluded frcm Page 3
01. Simon Nnurlshls, selling liquor on
Sunday, Michael Mynlskl, pios.
C5. Edwin Jones, nss-ault nnd battery;
Mrs. Edwin Jones, prox.
G6. Meiedlth Jones, larcenj nnd re
ceiving, H. L. Wall, pros.
07. William Glbney, assault and bat
tery, Mrs. William Glbney, ptox.
GS. William Lewis, bteaklng and en
tering freight car; Thomas Gilf
09 Joseph Hutger, nssau't and bat
tery. I.adlsh Sculnce. pros.
70. Ella Reed, assault and battery;
Pas ton Tailor, pros.
71. Lottie Smith, keeping bawdy
house; James MoDaitt, ptos
72. John J. Kelly, Edwnid Kellj, Mar
tin Kellj, foiclble entry and de
tainer. Miles F. Claik, ptos.
73. Edwaid Weiss, oxtoitlon, John
74. Edward Weiss, estoitlon, George
Potski, pi OS.
75. Timothy Kt.nly, statutory buig-
laiy, D.uid P. Roche, pios.
70. William Arnold, laiceny nnd re
ceiving. William Rlclmids. pros.
77. Maik ('ola, larceny nnd iccelv-
Ing. G. W. Noirls, pros.
78. Ida Ore, nllns Ida Qulnn, assault
and battery; Maggie Dlmler,
79. Hugh McLaughlin, selling liquor
on Sunday, Thomas Lejshon,
50. John Knpp, fornication and bas-
tnul. Kate Mohel, piox.
51. John Mnlernn, assault nnd bat
tel y, Angelo Morretto, pros.
SJ. Mlchnel Schofleld, aggiavntod as
sault ami battel y, Michael Ho
S3. Lizzie Stiles, adultery, L. D. My
Si. Vencel White, fnlse pretences; Otto
D. Mjers, pros
85. Ahhbe Ed winds, adultery; Vir
ginia Edwards, pi ox.
80. Maggie Dlmler, felonious wound
ing, Ida Swait?, piov.
87. John J. Loftus, assault and bat
tery; William Loftus, pros
8S. Albert Cleave, larcenv nnd re
ceiving. Jacob Ollandlke, pros.
89. Frank Mnrlnnro, assault nnd bat
tery: Nicholas Crozrono, pros.
90. Georgo Low ery. jr. hureny nnd re
ceiving: W. V ruller. pros.
91. Joseph Cole, statutory burglary:
Mai tin Gurrell, pros
THURSDAY. OCT 13
92. Anthony Cwikllnskl. nssault nnd
battel y. Julia Letklewiez, prox.
93. James Wilght, assault nnd bat-
teiy; Michael May, pios.
91. Ficd Stuckoy, felonious wound
gin; Harry Mnrtln, pros
95. Bildget Sheehnti, common scold;
Alexander Dunn, si , pios.
90. Thomas MeDonough, John Peter
Lnnz, statutory burglary, Mai tin
Gun ell, pios.
97. Patilck Muriuv. assault and bat
tery: John Roland, pins
9S. M J. Duffy, assault and battery;
Cathaiino Duffy, prox
99. Morgan Lewis, assault and bat
tery; Charles A. Kiesel, pios.
100. Charles Swaitz. lnieeny and re
ceiving, J. n. Johnson, pios.
101. William Williams, Richard Har-
ory. larceny nnd receiving;
Martin Gut tell, pros.
102. J. L. Schroeder, Louis Schrooder,
felonious attempt, John Christ,
103. G. J. Rosencrans, pointing pis
tol; J. i: Lesh, pios.
101. H S. Rneneinns. assault nnd
battery: J. R. Lesh. pros.
105. Clarence Foster, stntutory burg
lary, Mai tin Gun ell, ptos
100. Charles Fox, Eineiy B Thomns,
negligence by bailee, F. E. Ev
107. James Dougher. statutory burg
lary; Martin Gun ell, pros
108. Simon Doifman, assault and bat
tel y; D. Epstein, pros.
109. Nlrnm Compton, malicious mis
chief; Charles A, Cole. pros.
110. John liennett, larceny nnd re
ceiving. Simon Narusus, pros.
111. John Christ, bi caking fence; J.
L. Schroeder. pros,
112. M. Rosenbluth. assault and bat
tery; L. Freldman, pros,
113. Mabel Gray. Maud Erie, soiling
liquor without license; J, W
111. Michael Judge, assault and bat
tery; Edward Softley, pros.
115. II. J. Seamans, Harry Conloy,
keeping a gaming house; Morris
110. Christopher Ashman, assault and
battery: John Wnrlng, pros.
117. Charles Beatty, felonious wound
ing; John Lyons, pros.
118. Rert Slekler, larceny and receiv
ing; Frank Spangenburg, pros.
119. Edward Robinson, larceny and re
ceiving; Martin Gurrell, pros.
120. Mary Masterson, nssault and bat
tery; William Mulchrone, pros.
121. Andrew Mnrtzlno, assault and
battery; John Ketrlck, pros,
FRIDAY, OCT. 14,
James Hannon, nssault and bat
tery; Margaret Hannon, prox.
James Conners, Jr., John Connors,
nssault nnd battery; Alford Grif
Steven Klsnck, John Klsnck, stat
utory burglury; Michael Bosak,
Susnn Epplymnn, nssault and bat
tery; Phoebe Van Norte, pi ox.
Nathan Weiss, false pretenses;
DoWItt C. Hun pios.
Dnnlel Hnnsteln, forclblo entry
nnd detnlner, Mrs. L. Price, prox.
Dnnlel Hnnsteln, larceny nnd re
ceiving; Mrs. L. Price, prox.
Louis Gordon, Chnrles Stone, stat
utory burglary; Martin Gurrell,
I.ndlmer Daock, larceny nnd re
ceiving. Anna Popnlyak, prox.
John Woelkers, nssault and bat
tery; Patrick Kelly, pros,
Mlchnel Maryshuck, assault nnd
battery: Michael Vrable, pros.
Richard Fleming, assault and bat
tery; Ullen Kllker, prox.
Joseph Thompson, nssault and
batery; Roseanna Watson, prox.
P. J. O'Connor, embezzlement, R
A. Rnrrett, pros.
George Powers, defrauding board
ing house: William H. Whyte,
Lewis Rich, embezzlement; Alex
ander Gmss, pros.
John Hancock, defrauding board
ing bouse: Mary A. Connor, prox
William Ellby, Alice Ellby, Wil
liam Cotwnn, nssault and bat
tery; Charles A Stanton, pros.
Mrs. Charles Stanton, nssault
and battery, Alice Elleby, prox
Michael Boback, assnult and bat
tery, Anthony Scnnlon. pros.
William Ellby, Alice Ellby. Wil
liam Cotwnn, assault and bat
tery; Chnrles A. Stanton, pros.
Michael Runne, assault nnd bat
tery, Thomas McIIale, pros.
Albert H. Smith, larceny by
bailee; Thomas J. Davles, pros
Charles T. Watklns, nssault and
battery; Chailotte Rumbold,
John Wlshnoskl, John Yeroskl,
Peter Andrews, assault and bat
tery; Adam Jouke, pros.
SATURDAY, OCT 15.
John Held, surety, Margaret Reld,
Lou Flnley, Mniy Flnley, surety,
Cella Connois, prox
Richard Walsh, surety; Bridget
William McIIale, surety; Patrick
P. Padden, pios.
John Connors, buiety; Mary rin-
Jnmes Sweet, surety; Estella
Sweet, pi ox.
Nathnn Knlouskey, surety, George
Jacob Kalouskey, surety; George
George Beroeheg, surety, Jacob
Joseph Wlshnefeskle, surety ,
Mlchnel Wrobleskie, pios.
Teressa Jones, suicty, Julia Kelly,
Nicholas Toinllnson, surety: Anna
Michael Wrobleskie, surety; Jo
seph WIshnefeskev, pros.
Philip Hlgglns, surety, Mnij
Ruddy, pi ox
Ella Beny, suicty, Eva Hasklns,
George Solko, surety, Andrew
Knte Daley, surety; Sarah Gaff-
John Secairn, surety; Victoria
John Hodorovlch, surety: Allie
John Ldan, surety, Mary Lydon
Petei Dalley, suretj ; William
John Lvnett, deseitlon, Kate Ly-
Henry Beck, Mary Beck, surety;
Anna Bianda, prox.
Michael Tlghe, desertion; Mary
Woshll Potzlk, suiety; Annie
Stntz, pi ox.
Lizzie rife, surety; Cella Miller,
James Fife, surety, Cella Miller,
Thomas Morgan, surety; Nellie
Williams, pi ox.
William Evans, deseitlon; Hnr-
llet Evans, prox.
John Gelgle, surety; Rosetta Arn
Geoige Dimvon, sutet; John P.
Dennis Eveis, suiety, Joseph Gal-
Patrick Banett, deseitlon; Knte
Chailes Beckett, surety; Henry
Geoijro Swltzer, surety: M A.
Warren LaFiance, surety; Mar-
gnret McKlntyie, pi ox
Peter Van Beigen, Maggie Van
Bergen, Anna Vnn Bergen, sure
ty; Anna Brando, pi ox.
John Monisky, surety; Edwnid
Fiank Blls-co, desertion: Susie
James Williams,- surety; Margaret
Gib'-on, pi ox
Peter Feiewitz, surety; Michael
William Mlshlewlt, surety: Low-
is Gardlewltz, pros
William Wilson, surety; Isaac
John Connois, surety: Anna C.av-
John B. Phillips, surety; Jennie
Phillips, pi ox
John R Phillips, desertion; Jen
nie Phillips, prox.
Dennis Runne, desertion; Winnie
Dennis Runne, surety; Winnie
Mnthlas Rnbllng, desertion: Eva
Robllng. pi ox.
Annie Dunn, surety; Mis. C.
Henry Squire, who nss.aulted Edward
W. Men II, a conductor on the Taylor line,
was lit id In $2J0 ball beforo Alderman
Ilarij Shrives, Mlchnel Henry and Al
fred Kerrigan were nncstcd on a chargo
of malicious mischief for breaking win
dows In Jcrmyn's store nt Rcr.dhnm
They were given a healing before Alder
man Howe yesterday and were released
upon payment of cost and piomlscs to
commit no moro offense.
Oar little Rlrl's humor commenced with a
tiny sore on one nostril, but it kept on spread
lug till wo thought sho would never get it
cured. Wo tried evcrjtblug wo could get,
but it kept gettiug larger all tho time, till
both nostrilt, the upper Up, apai t cf the lower
Up, anil up one ttile to the eye, were a lolhi tore.
We thought there was no euro, ami that she
would bo disfigured for Ufe. Finally we tried
Cuiicuiu Remedies. We used Cuticuiia
ltct.oi.vt nt and nearly a box of Coticura
(ointment), and in a short time sho was en
tirely weX , with no scar or trace of tho humor.
4Mrs, WM. CHICUKSTKU, I'lalnvllle, Ct.
Smidt Crai TllATUTroToiTro, Pnrio.
niiollmoii with I.onor lUli Warm turn wlih
Cuticifiu HOAr. ccntla anolnttnct vltU ClTICll,ftna
mUddomofCCTinmt Kiiohht. .
SoUthronthnntthi world. 1'ottn Pirn inn Cm.
Coir.,rrofi. IlMtoa. Ue to Cur IWaj Uumgn.ftu.
The new fall importations are all in. We have the
largest and best line we have ever shown. "We sell
only good gloves that will give you the wear and ser
vice you have a right to expect.
A -4- AA Two aud three clasp real lainb skin gloves, with neat embroidered
rl p i. tJHJ backs. Positively the very best oue dollar clove ever placed on a
lhe very highesL grade glove produced.
CSSpecial sale and exhibition at Glove Dept. during the present week.
Compare our garment's with others
look at the woikm.inshlp and lit
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Izo that our low prices aie IIIJAI.LY
Wl nAVK 213 Wyoming Ave..
. J. UrtVia, arcade llulldlnz.
Special Attention Given to Ttul
ncss nnil I'cr-ion.il Account.
Liberal Accommodations In
tended According to llal.uices and
31er Cent. Interest Allowed on
WM. CONNKLL, Prcsltlcnt.
IIHMlYBiaiX.Jr., Vice Prcs.
WILLIAM. 11. PECK. Cnshlor
The vault ot this bank is pro.
tectcd by Holmes L"lcctrtc I'ro
and Trust Go.
428 Lackawanna Av3.f Ssranton, Pa.
Pat interests on savings deposits.
Acts as Trustee, Administrator, Uuardlan.
U A. WATRES. President.
O. s. JOHNSON. Vies President
A. II. CIIRISTV, Cashier.
Wm P. Mallstead. Everett Warren.
August Robinson, U. P. Kingsbury.
Mllo J. Wilton. O. b. Johnson.
U A. Wstres.
TRIBUNE WANT ADS.
BRING QUICK RETURNS.
Real Lamb Pique Gloves, with two-clasp fastener, in gold, browns,
tans and English reds, especially suitable for street, driving or
Real Undressed Mocha Gloves that fit the hand properly and will
wear well, in black, tan, grey and red shades,
Our "Sovereign" and "Savoy" Gloves, with ideal fastener, real
kid gloves, with pique finish; in fact our regular $i 50 grades at
a special price.
'"H. T. E. Jouviu.'' The name is enough to recommend this
glove, of which we are sole agents for Scrauton. They are made
of real kid skins, with three-clasp fastener and come in all the
known colors. The best fitting aud best wearing kid glove ever
placed before a customer.
Fancy shades of "H. T. E. Jouviu," with a more expensive em
broidery ou back, such colors as olive, blue, greeu, bluett, etc., to
match the fall gowns.
"H. T. E. Jouviu" in especially fine and light weight selected
skins, in black, tans, mode-s aud browns, with faucy embroidery.
lllll limber cut to order on short notice. Hardwood Mine Rnili
eawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled He-mlock
Prop Timber promptly rurnUhed.
MILLS At Cross Toi'lc, I'otter Co.. on the Buffalo and Susquc
hanna Kullro.id. At .Mlna, Potter County. I'u., on Coudcraport, and
Port Allegany Kiiilroad. Cnpaclty-400.000 tcct per day.
GLNEUAL OFFICU-lloardot Trud UulldiuB. Soranton. Pa.
Telephone No. 4014.
I0SIC P8WDER CO.
ltooms 1 ami L, Com'lth BTu's.
Mining and Blasting
Mude ut Mooslo anil HusUdalo Works.
LArLIN & RAM) POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
J-lectrlo IJitterlc. Kloetrlo HxploJori,
lor oxplodlns blusls, faufety X" lua una
Repauno Chemical Go's
ALMOST GIVEN AWAY
A lot of laundry machinery, a
new laundry warjon, two turbine
water wheels, hollers, engines,
dynamos, etc., one Morgnn travel
ing crane, 10 ton capacity, upon
45 ft, 6 in., lot of good second
hand hoisting rope, air compres
sors, pumps, steam drills, derrick
fittings, mine cars, etc.
700 West Lackawanna Avenus.
Scrantoo, Pa. Telephone, 3931
Lowest pi ices consistent with
leliable goo.ib.tiul good workman
BROWN or BLACK
Tho Itlncl tlmt H fully Rimrnntoort. riy that
wo menu you can lmonnotlicr liat without
cost If It does not gto entire satisfaction.
SELLS THEM AT $3.00-
Prepare for a rainy day .
by buying a .
317 Washington Avenus,
Just received a stock of
LADIES' AND MEN'S MACKINTOSH COATS
that we can sell at one-
half their value. All
first quality goods.
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