John Lewis George Lewis Miners Meeting Daily Record of the Times Wilkes-Barre, PA 10 May 1875

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John Lewis
George Lewis
Miners Meeting
Daily Record of the Times
Wilkes-Barre, PA
tiAILY RECORD OF THE TIMES. Ji!ES P. TAYLOR, Crrv Editor. v. , . .4 - 1 i J . M WiVAES-EJlHRS WiVAES-EJlHRS WiVAES-EJlHRS PA. : , Monday!, ?iay 10.! ibts. - rire City GoYCi-nment GoYCi-nment GoYCi-nment officers. , MichaslA. Kkakkxy. ?re-id'Jut ?re-id'Jut ?re-id'Jut of Council ...Herman C. Fry. , David P. Avars. ; ' t v Soiicitoi . - John Lynch. lev Treasurer. ........ . .F.V. Rockatkllow. " Engineer. W. H. Sturdxtant. Receiver of Taxes G. M. Millxr. street Commissiouer P. B. Johnson. Ttdot ot Police William Kelly. -ji... -ji... .,.D.ili3- .,.D.ili3- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- . -XL -XL K. CLAPSAD1.L. '" -u'ANDisa'cottatrrTsss -u'ANDisa'cottatrrTsss 18T5.i jiiiij - Aiosara. Williamson, Ckairui&u; -r;V?er -r;V?er Hy, Heltrich and Reynolds, i x'tmfWy-rMe x'tmfWy-rMe x'tmfWy-rMe ia. Fry, Chairman; Courtrlght, r,ue" AlaUoJi- AlaUoJi- and t an. ( ; -Vww.o -Vww.o ileci..,;. Wright, Chairman; Butter, Pre Reynolds and -Price. -Price. t h- h- V're lepartni6iitr Messrs. Parrlsh, Chairman; t ft v West ii.iXd and Kenney. V G w i tmi'S -fil-.srs. -fil-.srs. -fil-.srs. -fil-.srs. Sturdevaut, Chairman; ft Ti-k Ti-k Ti-k i. 'V V-iti: V-iti: V-iti: Jid, ilackin and Harrison. or'tituiaci,- or'tituiaci,- tic -Messrs. -Messrs. Reynolds, Chair-ui.ii; Chair-ui.ii; Chair-ui.ii; Wi-hi". Wi-hi". Wi-hi". t'T-ucdovaiit;, t'T-ucdovaiit;, t'T-ucdovaiit;, W-ystiield; W-ystiield; W-ystiield; and Shep- Shep- JCfoiicrMe3srs. Butter, Chairman; Parrlsh, p.- p.- ce Courtriht iiUl ilackin. i U I'ri'i'i'J -llr -llr 5'sId- 5'sId- -MaCet -MaCet (.Chairman), Fry, m ickiii, "Court right aad Westfleld. i . Put l.a t'rooen'ty iiesars. Courtright, Chair-m-jM- Chair-m-jM- Chair-m-jM- Chair-m-jM- Chair-m-jM- Chair-m-jM- Hay. WrUat, Kcpner and Westfleld. aiiltnr y ileersrs. Price, Chairman; Williazn-aoa Williazn-aoa Williazn-aoa Keuuuy, Harrison and Shepherd.! h-ettx, h-ettx, h-ettx, etc. iiessrs. Maffet, Chairman ; Court-rlrht, Court-rlrht, Court-rlrht, Kitter Siurdevant and Jiahoney. . . .irrlral f iid Vivsinz; ut ITJalls ml the wi!ke-3Ia.rre wi!ke-3Ia.rre wi!ke-3Ia.rre Post OCSce ARRIVK . Kr!'iu. Kr!'iu. Kr!'iu. 11 .03 A. K.. 3:;0 P. K. Carbondais. via P.:. H. B.j li. 11:00 A. M., . ' ' 3:30 p. a. ,: 'n'i ' ' ' Kingston, a A.-M.J, A.-M.J, A.-M.J, aJ t;I I a 1 FliUail'a and Sciuth, via Uariisburg, 1:C0 p- p- I'll!'! : i'iv:u'J-ixa, i'iv:u'J-ixa, i'iv:u'J-ixa, l:u0sr. a. I I I . - ' full)- full)- '' York and We?, 18':13 A. M 2:30 and 8:30 P. St. i ! Bulaio, iiiiiiii aad Western, via L. V. B, u., -i.ya -i.ya p. . - ' ' -XanticoUe. -XanticoUe. L?:-3y L?:-3y L?:-3y p. k. - ' shiay. Plains aind Paraoua, r. a, W-isamlf. W-isamlf. W-isamlf. 11 4-- 4-- 4-- I - 1 I . ' C. L. & W.t Fast, 3:2i) P. M. - - HAILS CLOSB J- J- , I For Scrauton, 7:15 and 11:30 A. M. Oarbondale vii i. H. K.R. 720411 0a.H. - Kingston. 7.20 A. M., 2.10 p. m. Pittsburg, liarrlaourg and South, 2: 10p.m. l"l -UOlitC, -UOlitC, z: il P. M. Ill " i'hii&delr -hi -hi a, New York and Way, via L. V. U, ii., V :15 a. M.- M.- 1:15, 9,Mp. M. " HuSal'Ji Kivuira and Wost.via. L. V. B. R. - , ri5 p. h. " Piitstoa, 1:15 p. U. " Xiuticoke 7:15 a. m. - Asulcy, Plains and Paruona, 2;10 r. v. " Wanamie, 8:10 p. u. i M D. L. and W., East 7;20 a. u. '. I 0Sc hours: From 7 A- A- M. to 8 p. M., and on cundays from 8 to 9 A. M. I Persons desiring to send' mail matter Xew York, Pliiladelphia, and East by the night lina on the LehiRh Val- Val- ley railroad are requested not to de-L.usit de-L.usit de-L.usit letters., etc., in the street boxes en Pub-lie Pub-lie Pub-lie Square after 6 o'clock p. M., but in the letter boxes at the Poat Office. The mail wilT be closed at J P. M. i- i- S, PEARCK, P.M. ICallruud Guide. ; li CliiuH 4.i SjrfUKHASSA ItAIL.RO AO. Depot on iuiore stroet, between Market and North-iui;toa. North-iui;toa. North-iui;toa. t5ee advertisement elsawhere. Li.HUiH .vLt-KY .vLt-KY .vLt-KY liAILKOAD. ; Depot below s -;thanipton -;thanipton street, east of the canaL A'raius goinj south, leave Wiibea-Barre Wiibea-Barre Wiibea-Barre for v- v- VoLk a.i i.l'; 0 and S.SO a. m., and 2 and 5 f . -j.. -j.. , ) j ! J.eave Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre for Philadelphia and in-urmediat3 in-urmediat3 in-urmediat3 statioua at 1.15, 5, 8.30 A. M.. and 2 5 P. ii. i ' . . Trains going north, at 12.15, 7.15, 8.23 and 10.45 a. m., and 12.g, 2.V0, 4, 6.13,1 4.48, 8.35 P. M. i iuVCKAWANSA AND BLOOHSBCBQ BaILROAD. Trains leave Kingston for Scranton at 8.45 a. m., Jii.51,.2.45, 6.05, 7.40, 10.45 p. M. For Northumber-iaa Northumber-iaa Northumber-iaa 1, leave tCinstoa at 10.45 a. m., 3.15, 7.25 P. M. p'or XauticoKe, 10.4 a. m.; l., ; 3.1&, &.0U, 7iJ P. M. i ... - STRKET RAILWAYS. Sot'Tif Wilkbs-Barrs Wilkbs-Barrs Wilkbs-Barrs Leave -Public -Public Square at t.-M, t.-M, t.-M, 6.40, 7,.7.2. 7.50, 8,15, 8.40, 9,05, 9,30, 10, l.i, 10.50, 11.15, 11.40 A. M. ; 12.U5, 12.3U, 12.55, 1.20 1.45, 2.05, 2.30, 3, 3.30, 4, 4.30, 4.55, 5.20, 5.45, 6.10, b.35, 7,7.25, 7.50, 8.15, 8.40, 9.05, 9.3C P. u. Leave South Wiliss-j Wiliss-j Wiliss-j arre at the same time, with the exception of the Srst car in the morning, which i',!.vta att.4:, atd the last car bi the evening, wUich loaves at J.50. I i M WlLS-i-BiK WlLS-i-BiK WlLS-i-BiK WlLS-i-BiK WlLS-i-BiK tS AXD SlNISTON STRKET RAIL- RAIL- at. Leave Vvilkes-Barre Vvilkes-Barre Vvilkes-Barre at 6.45,(7.30, 8.00. s?.W, 9.3 . V). I5t, 10.55. 11.30. 12.20 A. M. ; l.Ot" i'.10, .5ot, i.25, 4.05, 4.35$, 5.10, 5.40 6.15, '.Mot,- '.Mot,- 8.10, 8.35, a.30 P. M. i ! Leave Kingston at 7.10. 7.55, 8.35, 9.20, 10.05, 10.45. 1121, 11.50 A. M.; 12,50, 1.25, 2.05, 2.40, 8.15, i-55, i-55, i-55, 1.30, 5.00, 5.50,6.05, 6.40. 7.40, 8.30, 9.00, 9,50 P. U. . t i i A star () indicates. cars which connect with trains on the L. & B. "R. tt.. for Scranton, t for Northumberland, J for Xanticoko. i Ashley Street Railway. Leave Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre 7.00, 7.2:2, 7.5, 8.07, 8.30, 8.52, 9.15, 9.37, 10.00, iu lU.O, il.Ul, ll.ov, 11.03 a. m.; 12.10, lZ.&i, 1.00, 1.22, 1.45, 2.07, 2.30, 2.52, 3.15, .37, 4.00, 4.22. t.45, 5.07, 5.30, 5.52, 6.15, 6.37, 7.00, 7.22, 7.45, 8.07, 8.30, S.52, 9.15. 9.37 p. m. Leave Ashley at the WiK, 1U.1S, ii.if(, ll.dU, 11.52 A. M.; 12.15, 12.37, 8 same time. - Correspondents should write only on one tide of the; paper, aa it is often necessary necessary to cut the copy iato piece3,f so that several corn po3itor3 can work on it at one time. " - jl : ' M . . All communications must be accompanied and children i 4C6,tf A special despatch announces jthe death of Hon. George W. f Woodward yesterday in Rome, of-pneumonia. of-pneumonia. of-pneumonia. Re opened. The Switch! Back from Mauch Chunk via Mt. Pisirah to the sum mit. was re-opened re-opened re-opened to-day, to-day, to-day, and travel re sumed.ovejr the Central Railroad on this branch. Licenses. Outstanding : applications for license should be returned tol the clerk of the Court at once, or they Iwil not be hard on the days of granting licenses. J. i I . i - : i Convention. The pastors and super intendents of Luzerne county Sabbath schools, convention will meet in the Presbyterian Church at Caibondale, May lath ana 14th. Millinery Stock, full and complete, -ew -ew styles ppring Hats, Flowers, Rib oons, etci, at Jonas Long's' 444-1 444-1 444-1 m-e' m-e' m-e' 217 Market St. T The little sparrows in the court house V J 1 1 ' V 1 vara weicomea ine eariy riser 8 oi ine Bristol, .Luzerne and Exchange Hotels yesterday, with their sweet, notes cheerful fnusic. ? i and A fine assortment and larsre stock of Window Shades just opened at Booz & rotts' 34U South Main street. 473 2w " The streets were thronged wiih people on Saturday evening. Corner loungers were on hand, and in some instances pedestrains were ohliged to take the gut ters to pass by them. ' i ! ': i Carpets, best assortment and lowest prices, at Faser & Smith's.! 455-tf 455-tf 455-tf ' : , , 1 . There will be a meeting of the mem bers of the Bench and Bar,t the Court Housed to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow evening, Jhe 11th inst., at 7:20 o'clock p. m., to give expression on the death of Judge Wood ward. . - i Mb. AJ Platzek, of the f Philadelphia .Transcript, has been sojourning for a few days in, ; this city with ;his iriends, previous to starting on a European to ur Lie sails on the aa inst. ! Drunk and Disorderly. There was but one case before the Mayor this morn ing. John- John- is earn en was i; the offender who was charged by offlceri Brown with being drunk and disorderly. In default of $5.50 fine and cost, he was sent back to the tombs. i . M The parties who maliciously broke the street lamps have beenj discovered by the police. Chief Kellyfj arrested two ,rOA 3 :1 I ' I - . .1 L iiicu on oamiua.y , auu wune in uurauce vile, the Chief learned from them the original 'culprit who broke tne lamps. They are after him. j Carpets, best assortment and lowest prices, at Faser & Smith's. 455-tf 455-tf 455-tf ' ' , - i; . " I should think you would be ashamed to pitch into that little boy," we said to a Durly,- Durly,- rough sixteen-year sixteen-year sixteen-year old, whom we caught thrashing a small news-boy news-boy news-boy on Saturday. ;' "le wpuld, hey ? sneered the lad, as he gave his, nose a wipe.) ?'D'ye think I'di go for a big boy and get ail pounded up." Sotice to the Reading public of Ashley. For the best assortment of Groceries, at lowest prices, go to p. O. Eroh, corher of Main and Ashley streets. 459-ebdlm 459-ebdlm 459-ebdlm l! - I - : ; ' - ; . Arrested. -An -An unknown man' j evidently! evidently! under the influence of liquor causedla large crowd to gather In front of Newberger's store last night. Officer Brown approached the fellow and Ordered Ordered him, to pass along. At this he stooped down jto put on his boot, which! , was partly joff. After arrainging his toilet he straightened himself, began to laugh at the officer and then gave one" of those infuriated "war-hoops." "war-hoops." "war-hoops." The "big in-juri" in-juri" in-juri" -as -as captured and with the assistance assistance jf a citizen he was taken to the tombsj Upon being searched he refused to give up his watch, -and -and abused the officer. Cell No. 2 was consigned to him for the! night. I I l - - 1 , For Window Shades go to Booz & Potts' 24G South Main. street. 473-2 473-2 473-2 w. Killed on the Rail. The passenger train Son the Lehigh Valley Railroad due in this city at 8 o'clock, p. m., ran over and killed - an unknown man on Saturday at the "crossing above Port Blancbard. The train was stopped "and run back where the unfortunate man was found with his hea4 severed from the body. The remains were taken on boardj the express car and brought to Plainsville, where they were placed in the depot to wait indentiflcation. Eight Peal Bhoeb for mlasei can be found at Morgan's. TU Xw SUamaiV The steamer Dora, from Owego, N. Y., formerly the property of C. A. Thompson, a banker of that c'ty, has been purchased by Thomas J. Wheatley of this 'place. The little j side wheel, steamer is now at Pittston doing a thriving business, carrying excursions up and down the river. She is expected to arrive here to-day to-day to-day with her present owner who acts as engineer. -. -. T , her dimensions. . ' Hull. Lenght, 24 feet; beam, 3 feet; heigth, 18 inches; sides and bottom are of pine, and beams are of oak, 18 inches apart and 14 inch square. t Paddle; wheels Diameter, 44 inches; length of float?, 24 inches; width, 8 inches. ' . I Boiler Upright tubular with 32 flues, 2 feet long and li inches in diameter. Engine Length of stroke,' 5 inches; bore. of cylinder 8 inches, and horizontal, horizontal, with reversing link of locomotive pattern; paddle shaft 7 feet long, and 1 inches in. diameter. She was formerly a pleasure boat and will be run in the Susquehanna Susquehanna this, summer for excursions. Her carrying capacity is 12 passengers, draws 10 inches of water, and is calculated calculated to (run from 8 to 12 miles an hour in still water. , ' : ' i- i- i. A Hairs in Kingston. Bernard McDade, who was reported beaten to death, as a blackleg appeared at Alderman Philbin's Court on Saturday evening for a hearing, a warrant for his arrest having been issued on complaint or Catharine McUIynn, who charged Mc-Dade Mc-Dade Mc-Dade with having assaulted her. Charles Hutchison, a coal operator in Kingston, was also arrested on charge of ' carrying concealed weapons and committing an assault . on Henry Kustalotcher. The parties entered bail for their appearance in court; T. McFarland becoming bondsman bondsman in tie sum of $500 each. . i Mary JVlcGlynn and Catharine Mc-Glynn, Mc-Glynn, Mc-Glynn, who were arrested on complaint of Bernard McDade,. were released on bail-, bail-, bail-, M. McAndrew and Jno. McDermott, giving bail in the sum of $500 each. McDade is the man who was reported at the point of death from a night attack, attack, and who sent, for a constable to issue issue the warrant as he was too severely injured to leave the house. He . shows no marks or bruises, and jumped from the buggy in a lively manner. The attack attack on his house seems to have been greatly exaggerated. , j . LATER' ' i: ; . j Mrs. Barney McCue was held to I bail this morning in the sum of one thousand thousand dollars before alderman Ziegler to answer the charge of assault and Lat tery upon McDade on Wednesday evening evening last; Thomas Henry becoming her oonasman. several other arrests of the same nature have taken place, and at the Court of Uuarter Session the Kingston troubles iwill be fully developed.. At the Industrial Marble Works, on North Main street, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, you can find only the best quality of foreign and domestic marble, excellent work manship and the lowest prices in the State. ; : 475-4t 475-4t 475-4t 3HNEBS' MEETING. The following are the minutes ; of a meeting Of the Wyoming Region,! held in w eiss' nail. Market street, Wilkes-1875. Wilkes-1875. Wilkes-1875. Wm. J. P. Wil- Wil- Barre, May 8th, Hams, presiding: The meeting having been called to order the present : following delegates : were riams Thos. Farrv, Ihos. Gaffeney. John Lewis, Thos. White; Diamond Shaft, Noah Owens; Hollenback No. 2, W. J. P. Williams; Hollenback No. 3, Michael Meehan; Empire Shaft, Hilman vein, A. Langan; Franklin, lago Jones; Ashley, Patk Cullen, Wm. R. Thomas; ugar JNotch, Robert Uamsav, George Lewis, Dennis Morrise; Wanamie. Wm. James, Sr., Richard More, Mesiah Reese; Nanticoke, George Blake, Jerry Oliver, Thos. Buckland; Grand Tunnel, Mortimore Brennan; Plymouth, George Grantson, William Hutchie.' David X. Jones, John Bradley; Warrior Run, Jas. Ryne; K'ngston, JJ. J. 1 nomas, Patrick Hait, Henry Miles; Hillman, John H. Moran; Mineral Spring, Wm. Bradley. After the enrolling of the delegates, the minutes of the previous meeting were read ana approved. I he president arose and ' read a tele gram irom iiyae jtsltk, stating there would be a delegation f roni Hyde Park present at the region meeting to prefer charges against several relief committees of this.region, which was circulating in and about that district to our detriment. for each ipeaker be limited to five minutes. minutes. 1 f h' i ; Mr. Brady taking the eland,- eland,- explained at some length, the standing of the men of the Lehigh region. i D. J. Thomas followed arid explained, as one of the central relief committee of Luzerne county, .his success, . On motion we adjournjfor dinner. . .Afternoon session. The roll having been called, the delegates delegates responded to their names when the following Resolution were unanimously adopted: j 11 Ilesolved, That we request of the disr tricts whe are now Icontibuting to the aid I of the i districts now on a strike to send all contributions to the County Treasurer Wm. J. P, WiUliams, Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre and that we do guarantee an equal division v ith the Lehiglk men provided their Board agrees to act likewise with us in regard to all aid which they may receive from all other resources. liesolced, That the Central Committees of the Lehigh and Wyoming Regions be requested by the above resolution to publish their receipts aid disbursmenta in the Workingmanl I j- j- ' ' : Resolvec', jThat bothf Central Relief Committees be recomjnended j to send their canvassers together with credentials signed by members of both boards. Jlesohed, (That three of the; Central Committee of Luzerna county be selected selected to me3t three of like committee" from the Lehigh. I j ! j ! i i Resolved, That there be a committee of two appointed, 'to aid! the Secretary in sending aj report to the Idiff erent papers. Committte-i-N. Committte-i-N. Committte-i-N. Committte-i-N. Committte-i-N. A. . Owens, Patrick Cullen. On motion we adjourni Wm. J. P." WilliXms, President. Lang an, Secretary." i ! ( Subscriptions. lilscrii The following 1 subscriptions were received to date. I The regular rates are (55 cents per month, but if paid in advance only fifty (50) cents will be charged. Money may pe paid at the office office or to our authorized agent. C J Bishop) ay 8, June 4. May 3, March 5, Julys, Jtine 3, May 1. April 1, May 10, June 6, Julyl, June 5, July 1, Iay8,: June 1, ! atay 15, J(uly 1, Jne 1, Ofuly 8, 0Sme8, $2 00 50 W li Swift Asa Mosher, 00 H Ansbacher. Wm Footel Wm Fry.. I . E B Yordyl i Geo F Be Lee, Wm Rileyi O A St. John, SYKittleJ 1 50 1 00 50 S 00 50 5 00 50 3 00 60 1 CO 2 00 SO IS 3 00 1 50 1 tt) 50 3 00 will Wm Shopland, E WeUes. I i Geo A Jones, ' ; Peter Strope, 1 Jno Kulp, j Geo W Kirkendail, J Goltz, j Sam-1 Sam-1 Sam-1 Patterson. H Gruver. Chas Lehman, Notice Persons omitte please report at ths ofHce from this list Business Notice. 1 : . . North Main street. Hatha- Hatha- No. 15 way's Cash Store sells the best Butter in the City for 30 cents per pound, 478-3t 478-3t 478-3t 4 LBusiness Notice.! No. 105 I North Main stieet, Hatha- Hatha- way's Cash Store, Ifull line of Gro- Gro- cenes and Dry Goods, very low for Cash. 47C-3t 47C-3t 47C-3t (Business Notice.) The Best Sole Leather Trunks. - The finest Ladies' andi Gentlemen's Sara- Sara- toga Triinks. Leather, and Packing Trunks pf I all sizes and qualities. An immense stock of grained leather valises and satchels for ladies! and gentlemen, at l A. Strauss' ' 69 Public Square. 4763t LBusiness Notice.! Ice Cream. The celebrated Davis Ice Cream can only' be had at the Ice Cream It. pirlo rsof Hceffich & Metzger's. 1 Business Notice, i Employment Office. Ira -E. -E. Hart- Hart- well would announce that he has opened an Employment Office over the Second National Bank, on Franklin Street. Those wanting help will be furnished free of charge bv leaving their orders with himL j 476-eod2w. 476-eod2w. 476-eod2w. j I ttusines8jotice.) , -1 -1 Opened The most commodious Just trunk warerooms in town, at I A. Strauss' U (59. Public Square. (Business Notice.) North Main street, Hatha- Hatha- Store, Hay by the Bale or ! ; 476 3t 476-3t 476-3t 476-3t No; 105 way's Cash Ton. BuslnessJNotice.l v: extensive' line of Woolens. A very Cloths, Cassimeres, Worsteds, and Vest- Vest- ings. selected especia! ly ior nne custom trade. VVe can please the most fastid- fastid-

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