The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, October 31, 1895, Image 2
THE RCFANTON TMBTmE-THTmSDAY MORNnTO. OCTOBER 31, 1893. WILKES-OARRE. OSBORN E-M I DDLEl'ON. MUa Jennie Osborne United in Marriage ' to II. W. Middlcton. A Urge and fashionable audience as sembled In St. Stephens' Protestant Episcopal church at 7.30 last evening to attend the weddinsr cf Miss Jennie, daughter of Oenerai E. 8. Osborne, to Howard W. Mlddleton, of Philadelphia. The troom is a prominent young Phlla delphlan and a member of the firm of the Mlddleton Iron company, of that city. The altar was a mass of palms and the church was otherwise beauti fully decorated. The bridal party came up the aisle to the muslo of the wedding inarch of 'Lohengrin'" played by Organist Wil cox. First came the ushers, Messrs, H. Chester Vansant, Peter Frits. Thomas Potts and W'ilmer Mlddleton, all of Philadelphia. Then came the brides maids. Misses Margaret Sterling and Nellie Martin, of this city; Miss Mary Mlddleton, of Germantown, sister of the groom, and Miss Frances Eggleston, of East Orange, N. J. They were dressed In white taffeta, covered with mouse line de sole, cut low with white satin trimmings and each carried yellow chrysanthemums. They were followed by the maid of honor. Miss Fannie Os borne, who was dressed In the same cos tume except that she carried white roses instead of chrysanthemums. Then came the bride, escorted by her father. She was dressed In heavy white satin, trimmed with duchess lnce and pearl with tulle veil fastened with orange blossoms and a diamond pin. She carried a bouquet of bridal roses. The ceremony was performed by Rov. Henry L. Jones and the party left the church In the reverse order to the music of Mendelssohn's wedding march. Af ter the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride on North Franklin street. Mr. and Mrs. Mlddleton left on their weddinsr tour on the midnight train. Thoy will reside in Oermantown and will be at home after Dec. 1. THREE DIVORCES WANTED. A Trio of Couples Find Marriage Is a Failure. ' Three applications for divorces were Bled yesterday In the courts. The llrst was that of Mary E. Newhart. Who, through her attorney, T. It. Martin, en tered a petition In divorce from her hus band, E. A. New-hart, whom she charges with desertion. They were married In Blnghamton, N. Y., and lived together until two years ago. They lived In Kingston township until their separa tion took place. Sarah C. Hankey has Issued a similar suit against her husband, Wilson Han key, also charging desertion. They were married May 28. 1893. and lived to gether until Aug. 27. 1893, at Shlek Bhlnny. Three months was the extent of their happy married life. The sub poenas were all awarded 'by the court. Mary Templeton, by her next friend, Annie Hawley. has applied for a sub poena In divorce . from her husband, James Templeton. She charges Indig nities and cruel treatment. They wore married In 1883 and lived together until 1894, living most of the time In this city. Tho Transfer System. On Nov. 15 the Traction company will Inaugurate their transfer system. A transfer ticket costs Ave cents, and can only be UFed In the city limits and then not In cases where commutation (books ere used. The following Is an explanation of tho system: For example, If a passenger gets on a car at Hollenhack cemetery and wishes to go to South Wllkea arre, a transfer ticket will be used. The conductor will rpinoh the ticket for the line on which the next car leaves; that Is, if the passenger riding on the Plymouth, Carey avenue line, because 124-126 Wyoming Ave. MILLINERY. Special mark-down sale of Trimmed Hats, oil the newest nnd most stylish effects, a great many of them the pro ducts of French and English artists. Our $20 Hats Down to $12.00 Our $18 Hats Down to 10.00 Our $15 Hats Down to 9.00 Our $12 Hats Down to 7.00 Our $10 Hats Down to 6.50 We have also very stylish Trimmed Hats at $2.00, $3.00 and $4.00. A few specials in Trimmed Department: Infants' Si!k Hoods .". 25c Cloth Rob Roys ...15c Scotch Tarn O'Shanters 39c and 49c Fine Felt Sailors, all new shapes 75c Boucle Plaid Rob Roys.very latest 75c DRESS GOODS. In this department vou will find all the latest novelties In Plain Boucle and Plaid Fabrics. We call special at tention to our line of All-Wool Dress Fabrics at 21c Boucle Novelty Goods at .....59c 50-in. ell-wool Dress Flannels at 49c 50-in. French Broadcloths at 59c SILKS AND VELVETS. We make a specialty of Fancy Silks for Waists. See the choice designs we are showing at 39c, 49c, 59c up to $1.78 a yard, only one pattern of a kind. Cloth Coats, Capes and Furs. We give this line our closest atten tinn and are receiving daily the latest effects direct from the manufacturers. Don't think of buying a wrap of any description until you have exam ued our stock. WE HAVE g Coats from $1.48 to. $35.00 Cloth Capes from $2 to 40.00 Fur Capes from $5 to 100.00 Children's Jackets and Long Cloaks from $1.98 up. We cordially invite you to inspect our large stock no mat ter if you wish to purchase or not Youi money back when you want it. All mail orders promptly tilted and express charges prepaid. . - LEBECK & CORIN tery reaches the Square at, may, 10.05 o'clock his ticket is punched for the Plymouth Carey avenue line, because the Plymouth oar will toe next to leave for South WllkesBarre, at 10.10 o'clock; and this 1 the only line on which the person using the transfer ticket Is el lowed to reach his destination. Only those paying a 6-cent fare can enjoy the transfer privilege. A passenger coming from, or going to any point outside the city limits can not use a transfer ticket. For In stance, If a resident of Kingston wishes to go to South Wllkcs-Barre he will have to do so by paying -two fares ac cording to the old system. To those riding within the city limits only will the transfer system apply. NEW WATER SCHEME. A Combination of All tl o Companies Is Now Proposed. The law and ordinance, sanitary and street committees met at the city hall on Tuesday, and a gigantlo water scheme was introduced. It was a pro ceed combination 'between the Wllkes Barre, Crystal Spring, Campbell's Ledge (Consumer's) and Spring Brook Water companies; the 'building of a mammoth reservoir at or near Falling Spring, above Coxton yards. Into which water will be pumped from the river during the dry season, filtered and then dealt out to consumers in this city and elsewhere In the territory touched by these various companies. A general estimate of the expense of this scheme construction of reservoir, placing of pipes, etc., will be about $150,000, which will be paid pro rata by tho companies concerned. The scheme was taken In hand by the committees of council and another meeting will be held the beginning of next week to consider it. The officials ot the Crystal Spring Water company have been In communication with president Max well, of the Central Railroad of New Jersey, who is also Interested In the Crystal Spring company, and he has told them to adopt any scheme that will lead out of the difficulty and give a new source of supply. The company had intended getting its water from the Lehigh river, but that scheme has been abandoned because the engineers have found that In order to get the Le high water to all of Its customers there would tie a lift of about six hundred feet, and this would require an enor mous pump pressure. Defer Sunday Observance. An Important meeting of the Board of Managers of Northeastern Pennsyl vania Sabbath union was held at the olllco of John Welles Hollenhack, pres ident of the society, In this city, yes terday. The following members of tho board were In attendance: J. Welles Hollenback, W. L. Conyns'ha.m, H. A. Fuller, Paul J. Sherwood and Rev. Dr. T. A. Mills, of this city; Rev. F. A. Dony and J. Lawrence Stelle, of Scran ton, and S. W. Dickson, of Berwick. Among the Important items of business transacted was the arrangements of a 'meeting of pastors and church com mittees to 'be held In this city on Mon day evening, Nov. 11, in the Young Men's Christian association building. It is understood that this is the begin ning of a movement for the better ob servance of the Sabbath in Wllkes Barre, Iho First and Last. Contractor M. B. Houpt, of this city, has taken his last contract, and here after will devote himself exclusively to his lumber business and the planning of buildings. The last build ing Mr. Houpt worked on was the new Marks 'buildings, now In ccurse of erec tion on the corner of South Main and the Square. His first work was on the old Lowensteln foulMlng, which occu pied the same site of the new Marks structure. The fact of Mr. Houpt per forming his first and last work on the fame spot is a singular coincidence. Tlio Pnrndo Next Sunday. The St. Aloyslus society at a meeting last evening decided to take part in the parade on Sunday on the occasion of the dedication of the new church on Scott street on Sunday. The society nlso donated $100 to the new church. The parade will form at St. Mary's church at 9.30 o'clock. The line of march will 'be down Washington street to South: out South . to South Main, to Square, North Main to Union, to Wash ington, to North, to Scott, and out to tho new church. Hurt In tho Mines. John Lavelle, agpd 18, of Coal street, an outside employe at the Empire col liery, while running ahead of a trip yesterday mornlnff was caught be tween a car and a prop under the breaker and badly squeezed about the head and body, though the accident terminated fortunately for he might have been drawn under the cars and ground to pieces. He was taken home In an ambulance and will probably recover. : Held for Court. atesheck Reese, the man who was arrested a chort time ago for a crim inal assault on 'Miss Julia Barker, and was held for court by Mayor Nichols, had a habeas corpus hearing before Judge Woodward yesterday. He had gone to Jail In default of $1,000 bail, and after the hearing yesterday, Jurigo Woodward reduced the ball to $500. This he was still unable to get, and was sent back to Jail again. BRIEF NOTES. The Wllkes-fBarre Wheelmen hePJ a venison barbecue In their rooms last Tuesday evening. Judge Woodward has consented to In troduce Rev. Dr. Stafford, on the oc casion of his lecture In this city next month. 6t Mary's Glee club will sing and a committee of honor will occupy positions on the stage. Mrs. J. C. Mcixell entertained a num ber of friends at 'her home last even ing, in honor of Miss Sadie Kaiser. Lewis Kleeman, son of Jacob Klee man, of this city, was shot by train rofbers last Sunday in Ohio. He Is a detective on the Big Four Railroad company. The Musical and iLlterary society of the Puritan church, will give one of their pleasant entertainments on Fri day evening in the church building. Coalville lodge, Free an' Accepted Masons, celebrated their fifth anni versary last Tuesday evening. The new Miner Congregational church will tie dedicated on Saturday of this week, at Plains. The condition of Mrs. B. M. Espy was not changed perceptibly yesterday. Cards .have been issued for the wed ding of David Cook, of Hazleton, and Miss Minnie A. Walker, of Scran ton. The ceremony takes place Nov. 6. The county commissioners' staff Is hard at -work preparing for the distri bution of the ballots for next Tuesday's election. The benefit concert of the Oratorio so ciety next Wednesday eventng in the Grand promisee to be one of the best attended concerts ever heard in this city. Edward R. Lwnsden and Miss Lena M. Becker were married in the First Presbyterian church last Tuesday even ing by Rev. Dr. Hodge. FARMING FOR CONVICTS. Mayor Plngree Would Have Them Cul tlyste Mushrooms or French Pes. Detroit, Oct 30. "I'd like to have at tended that prison congress yesterday," said Mayor Pingree today. "I'd have told them something about caring for prisoners. Easiest thing in the world. All they've got to do is to put these pris oners ' to work on a big state farm, where they can support themselves. The prisoners can raise any quantity of things that would not compete with the farmer at all. "Take mushrooms, or French peas, for example. Big money tn them. Teach the men how to make a llvlnf farming, and then give them a few acres to work when they are releasea. Could have their prison farm on an Isl and or surrounded with a big stockade. There wouldn't be any trouble about prisoners escaping." . CITY TERRORIZED BY MANIAC. Four Murders Attempted In Emporia, Kan., by a Craiy Man. Emporia, Kan., Oct. 30. A craiy man has been creating a reign of terror In Emporia for the last few days. He was arrested once, but escaped, and the same day wen t to a house In the sub urbs and threatened to kill a woman who answertii' his knock at the door. Next day he attempted to kill Night Watchman Zlckafoos at t'he Santa Fe yards with a knife, and In the evening attacked Yardman Dowd with a cou din? Din. He then disappeared until last night, when he attacked a switchman in the south end of town, this time being armed with a huge knife. The switch man escaped by running. Women and children are terror-stricken, and the papers advise them to remain at home until the police capture him. MINISTER SUES FOR SLANDER Accused by a Brothor Pastor of Casting slurs on Ills private Lire. Grand Rapids, 'Mich., Oct. 30. Rev. J. A. Wlthom, of Flndlay. Ohio, has begun suit in the United States court against Rev. H. D. F. Gafiln, ot nun field. Mich., for slander, and lays dam ages at $5,000. Wltham formerly be longed to the Mhiclgan Free Methodist conference, and soma time ago wltn drew and removed to Ohio. The suit is based on a letter alleged to have been written by Oaffln from Coopersville in October, 1893, attacking the domestic relations of Wltham. Dentist In New Plate Business. New York, Oct. 30. Dr. Orlando E. Brad ford, the dentist who was last ween con victed of having in his possession plates for counterfeiting $100 bills, was this af ternoon sentenced to six years In the Kings county penitentiary. PROF. COLES FOR NOVEMBER. Weathor Predictions for tho Month That Will Appear ia Storms and Signs., The Novemlber number of "Storms and Signs," Professor Coles' new pe. riodicail, which will appear on Satur day contains the following weather iorecas'1 lor tne montn: Storms. The planets this month are In a very un Usual position. They are all morning slurs. This will not occur again in a great muny yeurs. All weather prognostl catora agree "that November is free from all disturbing Inlluences." But what Is tnat sea or noating matter sireicning across the sun? Does It mean peace una quietude, or does it mean destruction and disquietude? Does It mean blizzards, or does it mean slzzards? Time alone will tell. Watch my prophecies: Other dis turbances will pass between the eurtn ana the sun on or about the 3d Inst., causing destructive storms and high wlnus lu many localities. On or about the middle o the month these disturbances will pass away from tho sun, causing wild winds, accompanied by rain, snow and hall. But for these strango disturbances the regular and reactionary storm periods would fall upon or about the following; dates: 2 3, 6, 9, 11, 13. 15. 17, 20. 23. 27. 29 or 30th. with cold waves following four of theso periods. If the wind swings to the southeast during the high wind periods mentioned above, severe rains and destructive floods will bo the result, followed by summer-like weather. But If the wind swings to the north or northeast look out for frequent storms and squalls sandwiched with regu lar November blizzards In the north, pass ing well to the south, sending our Indian summer awny Into the middle of next month. Jupiter being the ruling planet this month denotes the motion of armies, the destruction of great men and kings, fevers and epidemics of diseases, earth quakes and great strife! Signs. Venus will be In sign Leo on the 3d, Mars will be In sign Libra on the loth. Jupiter will be In sign Cancer on the 17th. Saturn will be In sign Libra on the 21th. Therefore: the vital forces of all human and vegetable life will be at their "highest flood" on the following dates: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 17, 18, 2 and 27; nnd at their "lowest ebb" on the 1, 2. 3, 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28 and 30. More Troublo. The "low ebb" figures having control of the month by a two-thirds majority fore tells the coming of some fearful epidemic or strange disturbance of tho elements! THE PEOPLE BELIEVE what they read about Hodd's Siirsaparllla. They know that It Is an honest medicine, and that it curse disease. That is why you should only get Hood's. HOOD'S PILLS cure all liver Ills, re lieve constipation and assist digestion. 25o. A WORD. WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR IN AD VANCE. WHEN A HOOK ACCOUNT IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS., EX CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS AND HELP WANTED, WHICH ARE INSERTED FREE. Help Wanted-Male. WANTED- N AO! NT IN EVERY SEC tion tocan vass; 84 00 to $5 Oil a day made: alls st tight ; also a mi l to sell Mopl Ooudu to doalerss best side Hue s7." (10 s moith; aal d-v nr lurgn commission made; experience i..ineceua y. Clifton Soap and Manufactur ing Co., Cincinnati, O, AGENTS-MEN WANTED, ALREADY traveling, to carrv lubricating oils as a e'de linn. MANUFACTURERS' OIL CO., Cleveland, O. WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN. IN ' every town to solicit stack subscrip tions; a monopoly: big money for agents; no capital required. EDWAKD U. FISH CO., Ilorden Block, Chloairo. 111. Htlo Wanted Femaisa. WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED DRESS maker; on others need apply. Apply to 8.. Tribu te ofnoe rtoranton, Pa. WANTRD IMMEDIATELY -TWO ENER setie saleswomen to repreS'Ot as Guaranteed SO s day without Interferiiip with other duties. Healthful occnpntion. Writ for particulars, Inclosing stamp. Mango C'hem leal Company. No 72 John street. New Yor'r. genu Wanted. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE T(. canvass for our New Holldny Juv all Books, four Christmas Beauties; sell at eight liberal terms. Add"s SPECIALTY, bub Htatton No 1 Philad lphla. Pa. AGFNTH WANTED TO BELL CIO ARM: 75 per month salarv nnd expenses paid Address with two-cent stamp, F1QABO CI GA ' CO.. ( hktavo. AGENiH-TO BELL OUR PHACTICA' gold, silver,-nickel nnd cor-per eli-ctr pi ters: I r'ce from S3 upward; aalarv and ex pen" pr'd: outfit free. Atld est, with stamp VlCHIGAtf !HFQ CO,, Chicago. AGENTS TO 8ELL CIGARS TO DEALER)-: $35 weekly and expenses; einerlenca nn nxreMary. ON 8' t,il)Al'ED MFG. CU, 48 Van Buret St.. Ch,oao. CALEBMAN TO CARRY BIDS LINE; 2" D pr rent, com mission; sample book mailed fret. Address L, N. CO., citation L. Ntw York. AT CE AGENTS APPOINTED T( sell nw lightning selling tall eloth.mos qtrito sad honse fly liquid at 10 ecms and :6 cc ts a bo tie. Sample Irse, BOLUUNO M'F'O Co., Baltimore, Md. .. . A OENT8 HINpE'H PATKNV UNIVEH A. j sol Hair Carton and W avert (u-d with out Seat), tad "Pyr Pointe4"Hlr Pins. Lib ral ommiailaas free sample and fall par ticulars. AMrMP. UBuI&NewYorkT 01 CENT for Rant. 17UR RENT i'UKK'KHkl) FKllNT ROOM " soltald for no or two persons; gaa, heat ana nam. vw uuve street. T?OR REJtT-HOrBK CONTAINIVQ II V roc mi. with I nth and f urnnre, iS. 10uK i.ntayet e atr.tit; alxosix roo i:s tor rent, imir nice rooma. mostly furnis ed, for liiibt huuso- aeepiug. iibs LarayettJ atretic I .'OR RKNT BTEVEN'SON FRUIT FARM, i lark'a Oren, for a t"rra of years. Ap- fir to UKOUUK a. DAVlUbUtt, Attorney, 12 Spruce street. nOR RENT-ON CAPnUSR AVENUE, r room l otie; latest improvements. Ap- piy i.na i ap'iuss avenue. 'I'WO OFFICES. CLOSET, HTEAM U15AT i runnlnir wurpr. dm'orHtinn. front, con splcuoua; flu. W. GIBSON JON ES, 31 1 Spruce tinoi. tflNKBT BACHELOR PA HTM I1 NTS IN i elf .; strain heat: hanr.Romo suite; an comr, r a and euoorful: a euro it quick. V. GlHHiiN JUNE-', 311 Hpriica street. SUPE IOR H USE T LF.T-MAD1SON avenue. Bosnroto not m i s-ring this colore renting. Also house on Ji'ffL'rson. W. GIBSON JO ES. 811 fcpruestrcet, TOR rentnhalfTiWseTno. 2o;u. A. Nor h Main nre-nin! II rcoma. iras. water. fnrnsre nnd lvath room and l am. Inquire at Anuersou a Neva Rooms, froviuence Mninro, rOR RENT-FUR I8HED RO M. WITH m. or wnnoo' uonru, auitauio lur iwu sons. 132 Adams ave. lj"OR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WF.ST i Lackawanna avvuno. Anriross 1 U IMA3 E. EVANS, tear UiS Luzerne. Hydo Pur. 70R liENT NlCr LY IUHN1SHEO 1IAT.L . Buiiuum tor luuu iinriua. uwjii w.t' MYN, UU Wyoming uvenuo. I.'OR RENT THE PR MIKES RECENTLY occupied bv Tho Kcrant m '1'rili ne.knonn aa the 111 aser nulldin?, oorn'r of Hi ru-e St. and e'tn ave. Po4esni'n civen imtne liatclv. The preml es ronlst of the b I'rtlng in 'fio renrof the building on tin1 corner if Borneo treet a- d 1 enn BViiiie, tope her with tin hu&ement. nnd dsn tho ontl' O lo irth floor of the corner buildimr. The elevator lidon -Hnu to The Trilv ne Pulils'iinUo. will besoldto tne les"e on reafonalil" terms. Fx- pnrtieii lnrs Inqnlie nn tho pre"iisea, f Rudolph Blocs -r. or at tbo olllco of The crantou Trib- For Sale riYSTEH HOUSE FOR SAI-R ON "AC count of other business. Box 701, Biug- usmc in, st. x. 'OR PALE FARM, ST CK AND AU, aiming nteiiKiK Inquire ot J. M. KHEF- FIELI', til Scrnnton str-et. Scran oi Pa. Money to Loan. IViOMP' LOANS ON RKAL EST TE E curfty. H, W. CKUdEH, 40J Lackawan na avenue, ( eglster's Notice Rl GISTER8 NDTICH-TO AM, LEG A tees, cri'd'tors and other perions inter est d. notice is hereby fiven thet tin follow ing named no-sons hnve fllpil their accounts In the i tflce of tho IteirUt' r for tho rro' at" of wills an I frriintinK U-turn of ndndnist nt ion In and for tlio nou.itv o' ' nekiiwanna; tint sin adininl trators, exeertirs nnd irnnr 11: in huve sott ed their necouuts in 'h i officii of ih i s:iid Re :istor, nn I tlmt tho ramo will bo pio seuted to t e Orphans' Court of still enmity on Vondav, Nov. II, IMTi nt l' o'clock a- m., at the i 'ourt House for confirmation: 1. Win. ,1 Hand, administrator, d. b. w., e. t. a., of Patrick F. Tiernev deceased. 2. Almeda Norton nnd G oi no S. Horn, exe cutors of Emma Sivclly Reed, dec-ase t. 3. W, S Vale, administrator of Althea M. Vail, deceased. 4 Sidney T. Penrco. administrator of Rob ert A. euro, diseased. 6. Jam s Youn r anil .Tames Tt. Moars, exocu tors ami irustees o William Youmr, di-ecascd. 0. Mary A. Tripp, adminiitrutrix of Ira 11. Tripp, deceased. T. Willis O. CI rk. nctlaff executor of Emma J. Cla' k. decensert. 8 l.oheccaC'ilbyxecutrixof Robert Colby, deceased. 9. Jennie H. Cakl y, administratrix of I.ncre tla CUrk, forinuriy Lucretia Howland, de censed. 10 B. F. Von Stnrcb. surviving executor of James B. Msk. ilceHed 11. Nellie Loftus, executrix of Cells Loftus, '.eceaued. 12. Charles Gardner, administrator of Irene Si'ainuns, decent' d. 18. T. F. Coffey, executor of Earbara Gaughan, deceased. 14. William .1. i'ampbo'1. adrainistra or of Mary A, I'ampbdl. deceased. 15. Patnr A Carroll, exocutor of Cormac Can oil. dee-asfl. IH. J, ste Hnrdner ond S. L. Gardner, admin istrators of Il'Ttou Gardner, deeea "d. 17. C C Iiouivn, uari!inn of John T. Scanloe, minor child of Martin Seanlon, do roasoi. W. S HOl'KINS, Renistor. Administrator's Notice. TNRTFSTTfiToF I - . .1. . v 1- . . ,. ioiu. in i iiv u'tu.ikii ui i.Miiiuinre, c nuiy of Lackawanna and stale of Pennsylvania, do i i ... ...i '.....; : .. wpoot iw.uiia oi aMiiiiiiiairitiiiiu u, II fcuu aliove-namud estate harinir been granted to I. 1 1 1 .. 1 1 1 mo uu'iciniKiici, nn ji-i mi b iiu viiik i-niuiB or den a"dt against the i-aid istate will present them for paymoni, and those indobtod thereto will make immediate payment t juncru a. iiDa&sac, Aaministrator Kcranton. Pa. TAYLOR & LEWIS, Attorneys for Estato. IN RE: ESTATE OF CHAR I ES WOOD ward, late of tlio bor .uuh of Taylor, e mil ty of I.oekawanna, nnd state of Pennsylvania, deceas d. Letters of admluistrntlon c. t. a upon the above named estato havinit been ranted to the undersigned, all persons liav iir claims nr demands against till estato will present them for payment, nnd thoso iudobt d thereto will make imme liate payment to M. M. W1LLIAA1S. Adm r C. i. A Taylor. Pa. TAYLOR & LEWIS, Atto-nnys. Legal. TN RE: APPLICATION OF THE LACKA X wanna Water Company for an extension of time In which to fully complete Its works, tor live y-ars irom uec, . imi.i: Notice is horeliv civenthat nn nnnllcatlon. aabovo 't fo-th, was mado by tho Lacka wanna bid. i oinpany 1.0 ins t.ouri oi i.iim mop Picas of Lackawanna con ntv. on thn'-HI day of Oct b r A. D IHi.'i ami that said iotirt has fixed Wtdnexday, the 8tli d ly of Novem ber, lft'i, at V o'clo a. m , tor tliu bearing, as provided by said act. jussurs MAM J, Att irncys for lotitionors. Scrnnton, Oct. Si, IS95. Literature. AN IMPORTANT EVENT IN THE WORLD of letters Is the publication of the Hi l ie History, projected and edited by Dr. Lorimer, with uu introductory chapter by Mr. Glad- atone, Aiuonir tne anthers are Prorenors Sayce, Boct. Curt a and Grecorr. anil D s Caoen. Gunsanlnt, Pentecost, MacArthuri Hart, tlib Hon, Haluund t'auron Farrar, etc 'I he text s IllUbtratml with two hnndred reproductions fro . tho old maxtors of famous ir ntin ts aun nrgravinits. Iliern are HiMoil" of thn Dili'o, but this vo.u ne Is the onlv Bibla Historv a wo k In. t-rprttl'i and tns'inr clear in tb liifht of :Mn. te n n v.enniry scuoiarauip tuo entire Scripurei This valuable nnlillcitlnn will be aril for cash, or on the routes of our deliveries on e my monthly p ymenta Soli -itors . f e lucntion and ability v ill he err ploved in the sale. (' II or ad res THE TH i.VPSON P Ri .ISIIlNG O., No. Ki South S xth 8'.. Philailelp oa. Eoeela! Notices. NOTICE-ON AND AFTER MAY 1, I wl 1 make a monthly tour of the follow. ins placet elvinir fr. o opon air advertising ox 'initioni wi n nn stt reop icon: inviorvlll t, Hydo ark, Providenre, Ulckaon (ilynhant, P'Okvllle. Archba d. Jtrmvn. Erhihitloni tiven in Wedmslay and Filday of each week diulnittUo month, thn rates for adver tlsnx are tin per month. Ad..ress E. 11 0-11, Tribune office, city. '"T'HE SOI DIER IN OUR CIVIL WA' ." 1. Yon want this relic. - Contains all of Frank Leslio's f. monsold War ficturea.show not ti.e foioes n aetn l battle, sketc.ied on ih.. ot. Two volnm s, . Um pictures, sold on asy monsuiv pmiiieiit'. iieuverea by ex rest comt'let's nl' C ar es prepaid. Address P. a MOODY, 022 &dains At., Hrran'oa, Pa. li LANK I IX KM, PaiPHLI TH. MAGA Kinea. ete.. bound or rebound at Tnu RIBUNS ouuee. . wuitx wors. licusoi.abl -rlcea. 4lThe Devil And the -Deep Sea." oily TAF All Stripe Effects, in varied tiuts of light, medi um and dark shades, universally sold at $1.25. This is m CONNOLLY & WALLACE, Situation Wanted. wriUAT O.N' WAN iiiU 1IY A DKICS8M A ' kurtosow by tho w -ek; ha had seven years' experiinco.' Apply at 111) bouth Ko be ca nv.'tiu.'. YTASHIXn8 WANTED -FAMILY OR v v fflntlomon's, to tuku home, littl West Lackawanna avenue. OITUATIoTwTnTeD-BY A BOY AOKD 111 years; nni-lc of any kind. Add. ess 138 Krankliii i' venue, city. CITUATION WAN TEDBY A MA N 1W AS ' cl -rk in wholesil , retail dry goods or aroeorv Btore; has I ad experionco. Ad.ircss II- J. K., Tribun-. ulllce. C lTUATiON Vf; N TED TO OO OUT BY O the ct .y wfts iiiiir, w.-tshina; taken home, also, fall o uiidraas L. B., DM N. KuuiDor avenue Hyde P.irk. iZli' LT A T I ON W ANTE D - BY A'i OLD cuiiuirv kc'iijiu vui nn loi Mtiinus uirii w nn unu iiorM'-s; can ie weu rvooiumuuueu. Atldiess 51c, Tr biiiio i.tll -e. CI1UATIOS WA .EU-BY A YOUNO O man ill butcher bu.l.iess, with two ica-s' exporieneej b si ref -r-neo a d b' til tur nis icd, if req niroil. F, C, Tribune olliea. CmMTIoTVNiEDlliY A VoUNO O man as third li.-uid baer or any kind of worn or trade, auui ois ui Mono avenno. s1 lruATioN wanted -by a young la'iv as omen irn-1 or cork: Iibh but some knowled,'oof bou l;uopiu,c AJJrust L iM., Tribunaolllc). 70UNO ADY WOULD LIKE Pt)SITIO 1 as stono rr:t ph -r and typewriter: also tn as"isi m I'ooKKeepins; nas na I cxperuiuc -anil can give the be.t of re'or.-ncj. .tidress I EK.SONAL, Lock B x 114, city. UfAN" ED-p7srnoNAs" STiuiKKEiTl7 or In sma.l f imily, or ' a nnr.-io. A'ldross MRS. J. H. WILLI PIS, 1.23 Adams avenue. VAN IkD-A P'sITii3n13Y A MIUDLIK ' ajreil old country eentlemin -t niiy thl"ir wh -ro he c in bo iisel'ul and hud a homo Ailrlress MeM , Trib'ine oit'co. Assignee's Sals. 810XI;E-S 8ALK TH i UNDER- simiod. assleneo of tho Scrnnton Trust Corapauv and Savings 1 ank, will otTor at tiublic sale on Frid iy 'hjS.hunyof Novom bor next, at II o'clock a. m., at the Arbitra tion Room at the Court House. Seranton, the b:. lance due nnou an account of his reed, es- sor. tJoorno Fuller, nsslgno -, in tba Scranton Lity uan it . CHARLES H. WELLES, Assignee. JAMES ii. TOU.thY. Attorn y. Clairvoyant, MRS. KENTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND phrenolo '1st-, Arnnut House iSi Lacka wan"a svmi". til's wk only PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Dentists. DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT, PORCELAIN, IiiiilKe and Crown work. Olllce, 25 'ashlnRton nvenuo. C. C. LAUrSACH. SURGEON DENTIST. No. 115 Wyoming avenue. R. M. STRATTON," OFFICE COAL Ex change. Physicians and Surgeons. DR. O. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED to 016 Spruce street, Scrnnton, Fa. (Just opposite Court HoiiseJJfiunre DR. KAY, W FENN AVE.: 1 to 3 P. If.: call 2v.2. Dis. of women, obstretrlcs and ond all dis. of chll. DR. W. E. ALLEN, D12 North Washington avenue. DR. C. L. FREY. PRACTICE LIMITED, diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat: otnee, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi dence, B29 Vino street. DR. L. M. GATES. 123 WASHINGTON avenue. Office hours, 8 to !l n. m., 1.30 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence 303 Madi son avenue. DR. S. C. BATESON. TTESDAY8 AND . Fridays, at G05 Linden street. Olllce hours 1 to 4 p. m. Lawyers. WARREN ft KNAPP, ATTORNEYS and Counsellors at Lnw, Republican building, Washington avenue, Scran ton, Pa. ' JESSUPS f- HAND, ATTORNEYS AND Counsellors nt Law, Commonwealth building, Woshlnpton avenue. W. TL JESST'P. HORACE F HAND, W. H. JESSUP, JR. PATTERSON & WILCOX. ATTOR neys nnd Counsellors at Law: offices 6 and f l.ltimry minding. Mcrnrion. t-n. ROSEWELL JI PATTERSON. WILLIAM A. WILCOX. ALFRED HAND, WIT.LTAM J. HAND, Attorneys nnd Counsellors, Common wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21. FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Lnw, Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scran ton, Pa. JAMES W. OAVFnnri. jtTTneV5!Y. nt-Law, rooms 63, GI and 63, Common wealth building. SAMUEL W. FDGAR, ATTORNEY-AT-Law. Offlce, 3'7 Spruce at.. Scran ton;Pn. L. A. WATERS, ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, 423 Inckawnnna ave Scranton, Pb. URTE TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY-AT-Iw, Dime Pank RulMintr. Sc-anton, Money to loan In largo sums at 6 por cent. C. R. PITCHER. ATTORVEY-AT-Inw, Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa. H. C. SMYTHE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 400 Lecknwnnnn avenue. C, COMEGYS, 821 SPRTTCE STREET. D. B. REPLOOLE. ATTORNEY LOANS necotlatcd on real estato security. 403 Bpruco. street. B. F. KILL AM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 120 Wyomtnir ave.. Sernnton. Pn. JAS. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-AT- law, n commonwealth Mirg. Bcrantnn. J. M, C. RANCK. 13 WYOMTVO AVE. Clairvoyant. PHRENOLOGIST AND CLAIRVOYANT 016 Meridian Street, Park Hill. Wire Sreens. JOS. KUETTEL, REAR BU LACKA- wanna avenue, scranton, ra.t manufac turer of Wlrs Bcreena. & WE OFFER A LARGE LINE OF FETA OUR PRICE, 6SC. Exceptional Siik Offering, TRY US. 602-604 LACKA. AVE, COR. ADAMS. Schools. SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA. Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls for college or business; thoroughly trains young children. Cntalogue at re quest. Opens September 9. REV. THOMAS M. CANN, . WALTER H. BUELL. MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN and School, 412 Adams avenue, opens Sept. 9. Klndogartcn $10 per term. Architects. EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT. Rooms 21. 21 nnd 2li, Commonwealth hnllillnc, Scranton. E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE rear of COti Washington avenue. LEWIS HANCOCK. JR.. ARCHITECT. 435 Spruce St., cor.Wash.nve., Scranton. BROWN & MORRIS, ARCHITECTS, Price building, 12U Washington avenuo, Scranton. Loans. THR REPUBLIC SAVINOS AND Loan Association will loan you money on easier terms nnd pay you better on investment than any other association. Call on S. N. Callender, Dime Bank building. Seeds. G. R. CLARK & CO., SEEDSMEN AND Nurserymen; store 140 Washington ave nue; green house, 1350 North Main ave nue; store telephone 782. Miscellaneous. BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed dings ami concert work furnished. For terms nmlress R. J. Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert's music store. MEGARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS' supplies, envelopes, tmuer bags, twine. Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scran- lon, fa. FRANK P. BROWN & CO., WHOLE sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave. THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20, Williams Building, oppostto postofflce. AgentfortheRex Fire Extinguisher. Hotels nnd Restaurants. THH ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK lin avenue. Rates reasonable. P. ZEIGLER, Proprietor. SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. & W. passenger depot. Conducted on the European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop. WESTMINSTER HOTEL, Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place, New York. Rates, $3.li0 per day and upwards. (Ameri can plan). E. N. ANABLE, Proprietor. RAILROAD TIME-TABLES Central Railroad of New Jersey. (Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.) Anthracite eosl used excluslvo.y, Insur ing cleanliness and comfort. TIME TABLE! IN EFFECT .TUNE 2, 1S05. Trains leave Scrnnton for Plttston, Wilkcs-Bnrre, etc.', at 8.20, 9.15, 11.30 a.m., 1.23, 2.00, 3.05, 5.00, 7.10 p. m. Sundays 9.09 a. m., 1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p. m. For Atlantic City, 8.20 n. m. For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.20 (express) a. m 1.23 (express with Buf fet parlor car), 3.03 (express) p. m. Sun day, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 1.23 p. m. arrives at Philadelphia, Reading Term inal, 6.21 p. m. and Now York 6.43 p. m. For Matich Chunk, Allrntown, Bethle hem, Enston ami Philadelphia. 8.20 a. m., 1.21, 3.05, U.CO (except Philadelphia) p. nl, Sunday, 2.15 p. m. For Long JHranch, Ocean drove, etc., at 8.20 n.m., LSI P. m. For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg. via Allcntown, 8.20 a. m., 1.23, 6.00 p. ni. Sunday. 2.15 p. m. For pottsvllle, 8.20 n. m., 1.23 p. m Returning leave New York, foot of Lib erty street, North River, nt 9.10 (express) a. m 1.10, 1.30, 4.30 (express with Buffet parlor carl p. m. Sundny, 4.20 a. m. Leave Philadelphia. Reading Tc-mlml, 9.00 a. m 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday 6.27 a. m. Through tickets to all paints at lowest rates may be had on application In ad vace to the ticket agent at the station. H. P. BALDWIN. Gen. Pass. Agent. J. H. OLHAUSEN, Gen. Supt. DELAWARE AND ULDMOM RAIL ROAD. Commencing Monday, ffa f0 arrive at new Lacka- m M V wanna avenue aiunuo r as follows: r Trains will leave Scran ton station for Carbondale and Interme diate points at 2.20, 5.45, 7.00. 8.25 and 10.10 a. m., 12.00, 2.20, 3.55, 6.15, 6.15, 7.25, 9.10 and 11.20 p. m. For Farvlcw, Waymart and Honesdale at 7.00, 8.25 and 10.10 a. m., 12.00. 2.20 and 5.15 p. m. For Albany, Saratoga, the Adlrondacks and Montreal at 5.45 a. m. and 2.20 p. m. For Wllkes-Barre nnd Intermediate points at 7.45, 8.45, 9.38 and 10.45 s. m.,12.05, 1.20, 2 38, 4.00, 6.10, 6.03, 9.15 nnd 11.38 p. m. Trains will arrive at Scranton station from Carbondale end Intermediate points at 7.40, 8.40. 9.84 and 10.40 a .m., 13.00, 1.17, 134, 8.40, 4.54, 6.55, 7.45, 9.11 and 11.83 p. tn. From Honesdale, Waymart and Far view at .J4 a. m.. 12.00. 1.17. 1.40. 5.53 and 7.45 p. m. rom Montreal, naratogs. Ainany, etc, at 4.54 and 11.83 p. m. From Wlllroa-Rarr and Intermediate points at 116, 8 01, 10 OS and 11.65 a. m., Lit, i.14, 3.19, Llt 101. 7.20, .0 and UU p. m. Wallace SILKS 209 Washington Avenue, Opp. Court (louse. UPHOLSTER FURNITURE, Clean Carpets, Renovate Feathers, Make Over Mattresses, Make and Repair Spring Sell Ircn Beds, Make Fine Mattresses, Mny 12, 1895. Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia anil New York via D. & H. R. R. at 7.45 a. m 12.05, 1.20, 2.38 and 11.33 p. m via D., L. & W. R. It., G.00, 8.03, 11.20 a. m., and 1.30 p. m. Leavo Scranton for Plttston and Wllkes Barre, via D., L. & W. R. R., 6.00, 08, 11.20 a. m., 3.50. 0.07. 8.52 p. m. Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha xleton, Pottsvllle and all points on the Beaver Meadow and Pottsvllle branches, via E. & W. V. R. R., 0.40 a. m via D. te H. R. R. at 7.45 a. m 12.05, 1.20, 2 38, 4.00 p. m., via D L. & W. R. R. 6.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. m.. 1.30, 3.50 p. m. LeBve Scranton for BethlPhem, Easton, Rending, Harrlsburg and all Intermediate points, via H. & H. R. R., 7:45 a. m., 12.05, I. 20, 2.38. 4.00 11.8S p. m., via D., L. & W. R. It., 6.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. m.. 1.31 p. m. Leave Scrnnton for Tunkhannock, To wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all Intermediate points via D. & H. R. R., 8.4S n. m., 12.05 and 11.35 p. m., via D., L. & W. R. R., 8.0S, 9.55 a. m., 1.30 p. m. Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo. Nlngara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and nil points west via D. & H. R. It.. 8.45 a. m. J2.05, 9.15. 11.38 p. m., via D.. L. & W. R. R. nnd Plttston Junction, 8.08, 9.55 a. m., 1.30, 8.50 p. m., via E. & W. V. R. R.. 3.41 p. m. For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca, vis D. & H. R. R., 8.45 n.m. 12.05, 6.05 p.m., Via D.. L. & W. R. R., 8.03, 9.55 a. m., 1.30, and 6.07 p. m. Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair cars on all trains between L. & B. Junction or Wllkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension Bridge. ROLL-IN H. WILBUR. Gen. Bupt. CHAS. S. LEE. Oen. Pass. Agt.,Phlla.,Po. A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem. Pa. Del., Lack, and Western. Effect Monday, June 24, 1891. Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex press for New York and all points East, 1.40, 2.50. 6.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a. m.; 12.55 and 3.34 p. m. Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel phia and the South, 5.15, 00 and 9.55 a. m., 12.55 and S.31 p. m. Washington and way stations, 155 p. m. Toliyhanna accommodation, 6. 10 p. m. Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, El mlra, Corning, Until, Dansvllle, Mount Morris nnd Buffalo, 12.10, 2.33 a. m.. and 1.21 p. m., making close connections at Buffalo to all points in the West, North west and Southwest. Bath accommodation, 9 a. m. Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p.m. Nicholson accommodation, at 4 p. m. and 6.10 p. tn. Blnghamton and Elmlra Express, 6.05 p. m. Express for Cortlnnd, Syracuse, Oswego Utlca and Richfield Springs, 2.35 a ,m. and 1.21 p. m. Ithaca. 2.35 and Bath 9 n. m. and 1.21 p.m. For Northumberland, Plttsiton, Wllkes Bnrrc, Plymouth, Bloomsburg nnd Dan ville, malting close connections at North umberland for Wllllamsport, Harrlsburg, Baltimore. Washington and the South. Northumberland and Intermediate sta tions. 6.00. 9.55 a. m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m. Namtlcoke and intermediate stations, 8.08 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Intor mediate stations, 3.40 and 8.52 p. m. Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all express trnlns. . For detailed information, pockft time tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket olnee, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket onico. F.rle and Wyoming Valley. Trains leavo Scranton for New York nnd intermediate points on the Lrle rail road at 7.00 a. m. and 3.24 p. m. AUo for Honesdale, Hawley and local points at 7 Oi). 9.40 a. m. and 3.24 p. m. All the above aro through trains to and frTrnlnsleafe'for Wllke.-Barro at 6.3J a. m. and 3.45 p. m. srmvroi nivtsiox. In r.ffert September 32n4, ISM. a, an li ll' ilnd. smaiM Mnamd, 403 ?01 SOU 1 Stations (Trains Dally, Ex. 'J r. I cept t-unday.) r u Arrive Leavei . ia at. 7 25 Ji. Y. Franaiin . 7 4; T 10, West 4'- id streetl ....I T U 7 Odj Weehawkeo .... 8 to ip niAmve wavei ir kI 1 ." Hancook JuncUoai ...J e 6 iianoocs I ....i s Starlight I .... 8 ' m rresum rare 1 I f n cooio ..1 ?4l lit 4 :3 2VJ 911 PoynteU . I....IIM Belmout l..ltM; sa rie'sani mc. i i t Uslondole ...J I ' Vnwt l'lr I. w! it fui II 4M f B I 81 Csrbonda e I 7 4l J M' a ; '(it tr. v-hite Brlilee . n ayni Id Jcnnyn Archibald Wlm on PeckTille Olvthant Dickson Throop Prnvlilenos rark P ce T 7fflS8 7 IS 1H 714 141 7 to 4 at Tf3 S 4 7r IM tH 4 01 7 84 4 "t 7! 410 7 4 14 741 H 17 741 4td 4i,ii nl xs-,11 ti itcirm.v 6 8S11 It t.;n im en !n oil (18,11 oil If flot-7 1 10 10 Ml Ma-aaton r m 'a m Leave ArrlTcU ut m All trains ran dally except fundiy. f. signifies that u sins stop on signal for pat WDgers ecure rates via Ontario 4) Western befnra Snrchaslnt tk kets and savs mossy. Day oaf ingtK -press to the writ . I 0. ABdcrtoa, Oen. Pass Art. T. niteroa, Dir. itm, Agv sraatoo, fa.