TITE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1893.
WILL MUSTER OUT
GOVERNOR HASTINGS CONSULTS
.WITH WAR DEPARTMENT.
ffho Eight Regiments to Be Mus
tered Out Will Bo Announced To
morrowThis Number Includes
tho Regiments Already Ordered to
Bo Mustered Out Troops Will Bo
Given Furloughs After Reaching
Homo and Then Discharged.
WashlriRton, Sept. 1. Governor Hast
ings, of Pennsylvania, vtas at the war
department today nnd made his recom
mendations regarding the mtiHtcrlng
out of the Tonnsylvanla volunteers,
Tho regiments probably will be an
nounced tomorrow morning. The gov
ernor conferred with the quartermas
ter's department regarding the trans
portation of the troops to their homes.
As a result of a conference It wuh
ttetermjned that tight Pennsylvania
regiments should be mustered out, In
cluding those already ordered. The
regiments Vthere they cannot go tn
their own nrmory will go to their own
Tho Pennsylvania troops In Porto
Illco which are ordered home for mus
tering out will sail direct for New York
und will not go through the detention
camp hospitals or bo detained at all,
eolng directly aboard tralnb from ships
and thence home.
The troops that nro In this country
will be glen thirty das furlough on
reaching home. The troops that are
not in this country will be given a
blxty day furlough.
SIXTH TO LEAVE MONDAY.
After n Furlough It Will be Mus
tered Out of Service.
Camp Meade, Mlddletown, Sept. 1.
The Sixth Pennsylvania regiment of
Chester expects to leave Camp Meade
Monday on thiity day furlough. At
the expiration of that period, the troops
will report at Mount Gietna to be mus
tered out. The Third MIsouil will
start Monday for Kansas City to be
mustered out, and tomorrow the de
tachments of the Thirty-third and
Thirty-fourth Michigan leave for Isle
Lake, Michigan, to Join their regi
ments. Tht assignment of the various regi
ments to biirades will cause the Six
teenth Pennsylvania battalion nnd a
hulf dozen legimenls to change the lo
cation of their camps. The Thirteenth
Pennslnnla regiment with head
tiuaiters at Scranton. reached camp
this morning from Camp Alger and
was assigned to the territory occupied
ly the riglith and Twelfth Pennsjl
v.tnla regiments. A battalion of the
Seonlh Ohio came In early this morn
ing. It is expected tho Pirst Mary
land will be bi ought here from Fort
The patients In the division hospi
tals villi be dlschniged fiom the ser
ke If they make application through
tne proper channels. Tho men of tho
Third New Yoik deny the story that
thry refused to drill or that the legl
mtnt Is in a stnte of mutiny on nc
lount of the rations Issued to them
Major General Graham this after
noon ordered the nncst of First Lieu
tenant Charles Powers, Company M,
Sixth Pennslunla regiment. Tho
lleutuiant was ordered to his head
quarters will be tried by court martial.
Neither ln nor his toipcilors in the
legimcnt hae the faintest Idea of the
unon for his arrest. Lieutenant log
gers was today appointed querterm.is
ter of the eighteenth Pennsylvania,
vko Lev. Is Ahhut, resigned.
The Second Tennessee and Fourth
Missoml hue been dliected to make
requisition for winter equipment. A
large store house for maich and Held
latlons will be erected near the pies
ent I'ommlssaiy building, with enpac
it fot 500.0HO rations. The ptcsi
ent building is packed full of all sons
of comms.uy supplies and more loom
MEMBERS OF THIRTEENTH
They Ariive in Philadelphia on n
Philadelphia, Sept. 1. A hospital
train which left "Washington this af
ternoon for Camp Alger and Dunn
Lorlng under the auspices of tho Med-ico-Chlrurglcal
hospital, of Phlladel
phlu, reached this city tonight with
C enlisted men and one olllcer all buf
fering with typhoid fever. The skit
soldiers were from the eighth. Thir
teenth and Twelfth Pennsylvania and
the Seventh Ohio.
Following nre the members of the
Thirteenth: Harry McCausland, com
pany K, Jacob Solins, company I!,
Scranton, Pa., Moirls Einbeiy, com
pany C, Scranton.
ANOTHER HOSPITAL TRAIN.
Harrlsburg, Sept. 1. Tho Medlco
Chlrurglcal hospital will send a hospi
tal train to Camp Meade tomonow to
take 200 sick .oldleis to Philadelphia
for treatment in that Institution.
JACK SKELLY IN THE CITY.
Came Here in Reference to Judge
Jack Skelly, of Brooklyn, came to
Scianton labt night on business con
nected with the approaching boxlnr;
contest between Jim Judge, of this city,
nnd "Mysterious Hilly" Smith, the wel
terweight champion of the world. Skel
ly's chief mission here Is to consult
Judgo relative to the several offeis
from clubs which want to secure tho
bout. To a Tribune reported Skelly
said last night:
"I have already posted $100 with the
New York Police Gazette to bind Judge
to sign articles next Monday. On that
day I will post $1,000 as a side bet for
Judge, $250 of the amount to be for
weight and appearance. Wi' will then
wait a few days to receivo the offeis
of several clubs which are bidding for
the match. It Is my personal wish to
have the contest decided In Scranton."
Skelly returns to New Yoik today.
Last night he had a long talk with
Bobby Dobbs relative to the latter'a
match with Joe Cans on the 15th.
IS GOING TO BOSTON.
The twelfth annual convention of
factory inspectors begins In Boston
Monday and will be attended by K, W.
JJIshop, deputy factqiy Inspector of thlH
district. Mr. Bishop will be nccom
panled by his wlfo and Miss Ruby
They will leave today for Boston and
will bo met In Now York tomorrow by
Mr. James Campbell, chief factory in
pjiector of this state.
THE BIG PARADE
tConcluded from rage B.J
Clerks' association, No. 127.
United Mlno Workers of America.
INDUSTRIAL DIVISION (PAltT I).
Marshal and Aids.
OHlcors of the Scranton Hoard of Trade.
Sanquolt Silk Manufacturing company's
cmplojcs In carriages (girls).
Scranton Button company und Lacka
J. W. Guernsey, music; Jonas Long's
Sons' department stores, John IJcnoro &
Son, builders und contructois, Vahburn,
Williams & Co , builders und contructois;
Crystal laundry: Thomns Kells, furni
ture, Hunt & Council, hardware: Luclta
J. II, Blnghnm, woodwork; Trank Car
luccl, cut stoi'oi Luther Keller, builder
materials; Goldsmith Hi others, shoo deal
ers; Alex. Dunn, hattor; Goldsmith's ba
znnr, dry goods, Gunster &. l'orsjtli,
htudwnro and cornice work; t'lnrk &
Scott, tobacco; P. Stlpp, builder nnd
contractor; the Leader, dry goods; Mul
hirln Ac Judge, builders and contractors:
Clark & Snover, tobacco; Scranton l'lro
Brick company, Focte Sc Shear company,
hnrdware, Ultteiibendcr & Co., bicycles;
M. J. Kelly, bakery and confectionery;
Clarke Brothers' department stores, Jo
seph Cassessc, bakorv and macaroni tac
tor : Lackawanna Hardware company,
Pcrrig s. Black, painters. Connolly &
Wnllace, dry goods; Paragon master
company; Bdwln S. Williams builder
and contractor; H. Robinson's Sors.
brewers, Lackawanna Brewing company.
Proclamitlon by tho marshal of tno In
dustrial division of Labor Day parade.
Notice is hereby given that tho follow
ing places for assembling have been un
signed to tho thice paits of the Industrial
division of the Labor Day parade:
Part 1 assembles on OIlvo street, north
side, east of Wyoming avenue.
Part 2 assembles on Womlng avenue,
east side, north of Ollvo street.
Part 3 assembles on Wyoming avenue,
west side, north of Olive street.
Pnrtlnlnnntn nrrt rnmiput,! n ,1d, n
down Ollvo street to assemble. They vill
ioiiow cacn otner as stated In the of-
lldll Order T1llhtUhr1 liV thn iirtniml((AA
and will assemble In that older at 10 SO
ParMrln.intq nrrlvlnp- nftor 11 n r ...m
loose their places und will have to go to
me enu in mo order in which they nrmo.
I'artlelnants nlin limn unt Vi ,-. fn ..
notified the rmnmltt.r, illl nl.n l,n.m m
Join at the end. A Langeifcld,
Marshal of Industrial Division.
Tho labor organizations represented
in tho Building Trades council will as
semble on Wjomlng avenue fiom Mul
berry street to Vine, nnd the organi
zations represented in the Central
Labor union will assemble on AVyom-
ing avenue, fiom A Ino to Olive streets,
at 10 a m.
The delegates to tho Central Labor
union and the Building Trades council
will meet at Ancient Older United
Workmen's hnll nt 10 o'clock on the
morning of the parade.
LINE OF MARCH.
The parade will move at 10.30 sharp
down Wyoming to Lnckawannn, to
1'ianklln, eounteimaich to Washing
ton, to Pine, to Clay, to Laurel Hill
The grand mnishal will establish his
headquniters at comer of Wyoming
and Mulbeny nt 9 JO and all organiza
tions should report to him for assign
ment to their positions in the line.
Applications for positions in the In
dustilal division cun be ninde to the
general manager. P. J. Thomas, or to
Arthur Langfeld, at 100 Lackawanna
avenue, until Suturdny evening.
Tho speaking In Lauiel Hill park
will begin at 2 p. m. The speakei.s for
the day and evening are Mr. Frank
Moulson, secretary of the American
Te delation of Laboi ; Mr. Henry
White, secr"taiy of the United Gnr
ment Workers of Ameilca; Mr. George
Chance, piesldent of the Pennsylvania
State Legislative Lebor league: Rev,
Dr. Spauldinsr, of Hozleton: M. F
Conioy, of Scranton, and others. Mu
hlc, dancing, and all the other amuse
ments in the park nro ptovlded. Con
tests nnd games have also been ar
ranged. In the evening the park will be illu
minated by 11 laige number of colored
lnnttrns, besides the regular electric
lights. Admission to the park will bo
ten cents, and to the dancing pavilion
An elnboiate souvenir piogrnmme Is
being published nnd will be distributed
free dining the patade. All who have
conti United will find their names re
TAYLOR NEWS. "'
Mrs. William Jenkins, of this place,
passed peacefully way Wednesday ev
ening nt her home on Ridge street at
0.30 o'clock. Mrs. Jenkins was tho
daughter of Mr. Piank Caswell, of
Noith Taj lor. The deceased was kind
and generous and a woman of noblo
tinlts being well liked by her friends
nnd nelghbois. She is suivlved by her
father and a husband and thiee small
children and by tho following slsteis
and biotheis. Mrs. William Andrews,
Mrs. Thomas Bniless, and MKses
Amelia and Daisy and Frank, earnest
and Frederick Caswell. Funeial an
nouncement will be made later.
Misses Llzzlo and Cordelia Owens,
Annie nnd Ccllu McDonald nndMlrlam
I'eiry, of this place, weie the guests
of fi lends In eimhurst, Wednesdny.
Funeml Director J. e. Davis has 10
tumed homo from Rochester, N. Y.
Tho business men will close their
places of business for a half hour to
day on account of tho funeml of Pil
vate Daniel Tubbs.
A farewell paity was tendered Mas.
ter Bennle Armstiong at the home of
his mother, Mrs. Armstiong. of Pond
street, Tuesday evening previous to his
departure for tho Soldleis' school In
Philadelphia where he will nttend
school. Delicious refreshments wero
seivcd. Those present were: Misses
Edith and Mumto Gilfllths. Annie and
Maggie Hnvard, Jennie Bobbins, Han
nah Powell, Mlnnio Evans, Janet V.
Gy wiin, Mlnla evans, Delia Davis,
Martha Hughes, Minnie Berger, Jennie
Kelfer nnd Masters John Bow en, Wil
lie McDonald, Willie O'Hara, Charles
Powell, Leo deary, Oeoigo Williams,
Henry Basham nnd Willie. Bennle und
Robert Armstrong and L'dgar Davis.
School will start Monday September
5th, and not next Tuesday as it ap
peared In yesterday's Issue.
The borough council will meet this
evening in the council, chambers.
Invincible commandery, No. 252, will
meet this evening in Reese's hall.
Stimulate the stomach,
rouse the liver, cure bilious
ness, headacLe, dizziness,
our itDinich, conitlmtlon.
tc. I'rle 25 cfnli. hold hj nil drufTRltU
Tli onlj filli to Ukt wltU Hood's SariaiarllU.
I Arrested l
l I ri m"'TT" kr not ciew"1S
9 rrA M af If I II ) Bafc 91 IH n iWfc CrM Sv t Vv
It il - sLuaw si
jim-a 1 i m 11
"He don't chew Battle As, yer Honor."
"He looks it I"
Ignorance of the Law is no excuse,
but ignorance of BATTLE AX is
your misfortune not a crime and
the only penalty is your loss in quan
tity as well as quality when you buy
any other kind of Chewing Tobacco,
when you buy again.
XEAKNEY WAS BLUFFING.
He Spent the Night Behind Bars for
Based on the experience of a prisoner
nt the Center stiett police station last
night, this ndvlte Is offered: Don't
make a suspicious movement with your
right hand tovvnid your hip pocket. It
wns tried by a man named Kearney,
of Sanderson nvenue, and he missed a
chance to gain his freedom.
Keniney was m rested eaily In the
evening by Patioiman McColllgan for
refusing to pay for a lunch nt the
Scianton House. The prisoner was
sober and was oidered released by Cap
tain Hdwards, who directed Keniney
to appear if the chaige against him
was pressed. After leaching the door
of the station house Kearney wanted
to be letalned in custody, but he finally
responded to unmistakable orders to
After being escorted through the door
nnd after reaching the sldewulk, Kear
ney whirled about and exclaimed:
"Take care I'm on the street now."
He accompanied the iemarkby thrust
ing his right hand significantly Into hl3
Captain edvvards and Desk Sergeant
Beese Jones took no chunces on pos
sible icsults. They were upon Kearney
In a second. He wns hustled inside and
locked up. His suspicious motion was
found to have been a "bluff." however,
ns no weapon was concealed upon him.
NOVEL WEAPON USED.
Daniel Counterman Succeeded in
Ending His Life.
Daniel Counterman, of Balk street,
Tobvhnnna, died at his residence Mon
day ft 0111 thp effects of nn attempt
at Milelde about two weeks ago. On
the afternoon of Aug. 20 he went Into
11 shed In the lenr of his house with a
piece of gas pipe. The pipe was about
two and one-half feet long and one
end wns stopped up by a bolt. Count
erman diilled a hole In ono end for use
ns a breech.
The pipe was then charged with
powder and buckshot. From the nature
of his wounds Counterman must have
stood in front of his improvised gun
and applied a match.
An explosion followed nnd pieces of
pipe Hew in nil dliectlons and Counter
man lay wilthlng on the floor with a
badly burned stomach. A portion of
the wad and powder had entered the
outer covoilng of his stomach.
Dr. O. II. Ithoads was called to nt
tend him, and careful attention was
given the man Ho wns n mnn C2
enrs old, and on several occasions ho
stated he would end his life.
Counterman was a veteran of tho
civil war. The funeral took place Wed
nesday af tei noon.
THE ELECTION CONTEST.
Interpieter is Kept Busy at the Car
At tho session of the election con
test commissioners In C.irbondnle, yes
teiduy, it was possible to examine only
thirty-two witnesses because of tho
mnjoilty of the voters examined being
Italians, who had to have tho assist
ance of an interpreter In giving their
Domlnco Sanchrlcho, Patrick Cog
Fins and Anthony Gordon, of the Third
dlstilct of the Pirst wnid, were dls
nualllled beyond doubt for non-payment
John McGiath, of the same precinct,
did not hau his tax receipts with him
but was quite positive that he had paid
taxes within the iequlred time. Ho
icturned later with a receipt showing
that ho had paid up In Wayne county
on October 7, 1836. He will bo called
by the respondents and given an op
portunity of saving his vote.
Ferdlnnndo TalerJco moved from tho
Second dlstilct of the Third ward to
the First district of tho same ward
about a month before election, but
voted In the ward from which ho had
moved. His vote won't count.
The Greenwood Coal company Is
erecting a culm vvuBhcr at its No. 2
colliery. Work on the structure is pro
gresslng rapidly and tho plant will bo
ready for opeiatlon in a few weeks.
Miss Bridget Foy, of Gllmoie avenue,
left Wednesday for Newcastle, Pa,
Mrs. Patrick Hlgglns and her sister,
Anna Cuslck, returned jesterdny from
a few dajs' visit at Fredilc, Md.
A badly mixed up und somewhat
amusing case was given an ulrlng be
fore Justice of the Peace O'Neill last
evening. The tiouble otlglnated over
the action of some mischievous boy3
last Monday evening while the wily dis
penser of Blnckstone wns busily en
gaged settling a case which had come
befoie him. The lutter case attracted
a large-sized crowd, which packed the
ofllce until standing room was at a
premium. Before the interested parties
arrived the motley throng became ob
noxious, especially to 'Squire O'Haia,
who appeared to be figuring In the
official capacity of private counselor,
and as a lesult the room was cleaied.
A laige number of bojs were In the
crowd and after thoy were ejected they
began to put themselves in evidence bv
thi owing stones at the olllce, which
enraged the Justice, who determined to
assume the role of detective to feiret
out the perpetrators. Just how well he
succeeded Is evident from the fact that
three piomlnent young men weie nr
lested last evening nnd placed under
ball to appear at court. It appeats the
Information was furnished by some
wag, as the trio were Iznorunt of the
chnrge nnd felt somewhat angry over
being mixed up In such u case. Tho
matter will in all probability come to
light befoie many moons.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. e. Loveland are
spending a few weeks at Ocean Glove
Miss Belinda Burtt. of Mountain
Home, has returned home ufter spend
ing a few days with Mrs. George Cost
lar. Miss Lena Sayer has returned home
after a week's visit with friends In
Mis. A. J. Saunders and children, of
Scranton, spent Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs J. F. Sayer.
Mis. P. S. Posten lost her fascinator
between her home and the homo of
Chailes NoacK Sunday. Tinder will
please leave It at F. W. Posten's stoie.
Mis. J. M. N'oack and son, Traill;,
are visiting fi lends at Stroudsburg.
Miss Myrtle Snider Is the guest of
her gtandpaionts, Mr. and Mis. Wil
Miss Mamlo Bortrec Is quite sick.
Mary, tho wife of C W. Bourn, died
at her homo, Aug. 26, after an Illness
of about seven months. She Is suivlv
ed by a husband, six rhlldien and ono
brother. Th" funeial was held in the
MthodIst episcopal church on Mon
day. Bev. .".. C. Slmpklns, pastor of
tho Peekville Methodist episcopal
church, olllclated, assisted bv Bev.
William Bouin, of New York, a brother-in-law
of the deceased.
Low-Rate Personally-Conducted Tour
via Pennsylvania Railroad.
The recent triumphs of our arms by
sea and land lev Ives the Interest In
that greatest of all American battle
holds, Gettysburg. In order that the
usldents of New York, Philadelphia,
and neighboring cities may visit this
gieat battlefield in tho most satlsfac
toiy manner, the Pennsylvania Bail
road company lias arrunged for a
three-day pcisonally-condutted tour on
Saturday, September 3.
Leave New York .... S.50 a. m....$J3 00
" Trenton 10.58 p. m.... 11 CO
" Philadelphia ..12.20p.m.... 00
Proportionate rates from other points.
Rate Includes transportation In each
direction, dinner at Philadelphia going
nnd returning to passengers from Now
York and Trenton, one and three
fourths days' hotel accommodations,
and carilage drive over the entire bat
tlefield under tho direction of Capt.
James T. Long, tho celebrated guide,
who will describe the battle at the
prominent points of the field. A tour
ist agent and chaperon will accom
pany the party. A Pullman pat lor enr
will be run through from Philadelphia
to Gettysbutg nnd return.
For itineraries, tickets and full Infor
mation apply to nearest ticket agent,
Tourist Agents, 1108 Broadway, New
York, and 7S9 Broad atreet, Newark,
N, J.; or address George W. Boyd, as
sistant general passenger agent, Phil
Our Great Suit Store
Holds Its Annual
Fall Opening . . . .
WHEN the Ready-to-Wear Costume first appeared it was greeted
with enthusiasm by thousands of women, who saw in it not
only a saving of time, but a saving of money, But there
were objections. The chief objection was a marked similar
ity of style. One costume was very like another, and
the purchaser fouud herself duplicated at every street corner.
Things are different now, and we have done our share in bringing
about the revolution. The objection of duplication has not been fully re
moved as a whole, but it has been entirely eliminated from this store. There
is no point in which we are so particular as in this matter of exclusiveness
The gowns you find here have no duplicates elsewhere. The first
thing you'll notice will be the jaunty, snappy, tasteful, stylish air about
them. The next thing will be the exquisite finish and detail of their manu
facture, made as they should be made. Made as you like to have them made.
The materials are Coverts, Broad Cloths and Cheviots, in the season's
new shades. Most of the suits are fully silk lined, some tight-fitting, others
in double-breasted or reefer effect. The skirts are made in all the new shapes,
Neck Scarfs is most
SCRANTON BLBCTRICAL WORKS
THE SCRANTON ELECTRICAL WORK
504 Lackawanna Avenue.
The Cheapest Shoe Store,
Plttsburff, 8; Now York, 2.
Chicago, 10, llrool.ln, 0.
Cincinnati, 5; Washington, t
LoulsUllc, 9; Baltimore, S.
Philadelphia, G; St. Louis, 4.
CliMland, 3; Boston, J.
Wllkcs-Barro. 4, Toronto, 2.
SprinKtleld. 3: Buffalo, 0.
Montreal, 0; Syracuse, 9 (eight innings;
l'rortdenco, 3: Ottawa, 1 (first gnine).
Providence, 10; Ottawa, C (second gamv).
Lancaster, 6; Hartford, 2.
Heading, 11: Newark, t.
IMchmond, 3; Allcntonn, 2.
AMATEUR DASE BALL.
Will tho Crescents pleaso answer the
challenge of tho Green ltidge Senators In
regal d to playing them on the Crescent'd
grounds Sept. 4. William O'Horo, manager.
of Separate Skirts, Jackets,
Have removed to No
04 Lackawanna Ave
nue, where they wil
carry a complete line
of electrical machin
ery. Special motors
made to order. All
kinds of electrical ap
Telephone Call, 2333.
GORMAN & CO
52S nnd 530 Spruce St.,
Have tho Finest Appointed Livery la the
C'ltv. When you want a I'ushlonuote Turn
out notify them. Trices the Lowest.
THE DICKSON M'FG CO,,
Bcrauton and Wllkes-lJarre, I'a.
UollcrJ, Hoisting and Pumping Machinery.
General Office, Hcrauton, Pa
WOLF & WENZEL,
340 Adam Ave.. Opp. Court lltun,
PRACTICAL TINNERSand PLUMBERS
tiolo Agents for Itlchrdon-Doyutea'4
I arnaae and Itang
Capes, Collarettes and
Special Attention Given to Bust
ncss nnd Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodation Ex
tended According to Balances ani
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed oa
WJI. CONNEU, President.
IIUXRY BELIN, Jr., Vice Pres.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier
The vault of this bank U pro
tected by llolmea' Llectrlo Pro
MOQSIC POWDER CO.
Rooms 1 and 2, Com'lth BTd'g.
Mining and Blasting
Made at ilooslc and Uushdale Works.
LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electrlo liatterles, Klectrto Exploders,
lor exploding blasts, 8afety Fuse und
Repauno Chemical Co's explosives
ill k CONNELL CO.
434 Lackawanna Ayj
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