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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 1000.
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FINGERS CAUGHT IN VEESS.
Claude I.aincrcnux, a bright little 14-ycar-oltl
boy, cinployctl nt the nfflce or
iho Cnrljomlalo llm'lcw, mrt with a
painful accident Inst evenlnR nt 0
o'clock. Ho wns fcctllnR a Job printing
press nntl nn Iip slaiiced from his work
In a moment oC thouRhtlpssnoss, the
law oC thr powerful machine closed
on the third and fourth lingers oC his
left hnnd, fnstenlni? them between
bods" of Iron, not more tlinn nn elBhth
of an Inch npart. Not until the aw
ful (ueezc commenced was ho aware
of any danger. The smiie ItiHtruit It
was alt over, and the plueky ln.it was
on his wny to u doctor's with his
flattened digits. The lingers were
taken In up to the middle Joints, but
I)r. Wheeler, who dressed the wounds,
thinks they rnn be saved.
H. B. BEILIiY TO LEAVE.
II. B. nellly, editor of the News,
will next week sever Ills connection
with thnt paper and ro to Philndel
phln, where ho has found n wider
field for his expanding talents. Dur
ing a residence of neaily two years,
Mr. Ilcllly has been a prominent fig
ure in the town. He managed and
edited the News for his uncle, Mr.
Froy, of York, until It was purchased
a few months ngo by Hartwell &
Bchro, since which time ho hns been
its editor and advertising solicitor. Tie
has been a' staunch advocate of muni
cipal water and has performed valu
able service on the citizens' commit
tee. For a time ho wns among the
bassos of the Methodist church choir.
Eleven now members have 1ecn
added o the Young Men's union,
which is already In a flourishing con
dition. Iast evening, Dr. W. "VV.
Fletcher gave nn Interesting address
before the union on the subject of
"Amusements." Next Sunday E. E.
Garr, superintendent of schools, will
bo the principal speaker.
LOCA'L AND PERSONAL.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Skcels are
visiting friends in Owego.
Louts Davis is on the sick list.
VV. G. Hathaway has returned to
his studies In the New York college
Miss Emma Gllmartln and Thomas
Harte will be married In St. Hose
church at 4 o'clock today.
All the Jewish stores of the ctiy
will be closed today in honor of the
Day of Atonement.
The funcial of the late Mrs. Mich
ael" Lynaay will take place Thursday
morning at 9.35 o'clock. Services will
be held in St. Ros2 church and inter
ment will be made in St. Ro3e ceme
Fire broke out on the roof of the
Taylor building, on Lackawanna street,
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. An
alarm was sounded from Box 23, but
the blaze was extinguished with a few
buckets of water. The fire started from
a .spark from the chimney In the
kitchen of the part of the building oc
cupied by Hlchavd Daw.
Mrs. Richard Owens, of Blakely, who
Is seriously ill with typhoid fever, was
removpd to the Scran ton private hos
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
are making preparations to hold a
calico social next Wednesday evening
in the chuich parlors. A good time is
The Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, No. 581, are l ociuustcd to attend
divine' service at the Blakely Baptist
church next Sunday evening. All mem
bers are requested to meet at the hall
at G.30 o'clock.
There will be a meeting of the Ex
celsior Hose company on Friday even
ing. John Williamson was a caller hero
A cluster of Incandescent lights have
been placed on top of the fountain on
Lackawanna stieet, which adds much
to the appearance of that locality.
The Olyphant Biowns defeated the
West Side Biowns In a game on the
Olyphant grounds yesterduy afternoon.
The seoro was 7 to 3.
Miss Floienco Howard has returned
home, after a visit with relatives at
Mrs. A. W. Shaw, of Blakely, Is
spending a few weeks in New York
John Munlcy, of Avow, who hns
been visiting his sister, Mrs. John
Lolly, of Laokawanna stieet, returned
REV. S. A. DONAHOE
Testifies to the Good Qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
On the 10th of December, 1897, Rev.
S. A, Donnhoe, pastor M. E. church,
South, Pt. Pleasant', "VV. Va contract
ed a severe cold which was attended
from the beginning by violent cough
ing. Ho saya: "After resorting to a
number of so-cnlled 'specifics' usually
kept In tho house, to no puipose, I pur
chased a bottle of Chamberlain's
CoubJl. Remedy, which acted like a
charm. I most cheerfully recommend
It to tho public. For sale by all drug
gists. Matthew Bios., wholesalo and
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD,
David E. Jones and William M. Davis
era visiting the lattcr's brother, Thom
as M. Davis, at the Authiaeite farm,
Which he recently purchased, and they
will spend several days with him as
sisting In getting in tho ciups,
VV, B. Davis has returned to Wash
ington, D. C, to resume his studies at
the Howard university.
Josoph and Wllllo Lauder, of Reran
ton, are tho guesta of Jcrmyn relatives,
The Peck Lumuer company, In this
borough, Is one of the latest subscrib
ers to tho Central Pennsylvania Tele
Druggist F. M. Graves hns returned
from his trip to New York eltv,
Notices, concerning tho concessions
made by the Hillside Coal company
,11 WHEN IN DOUBT, TRV
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vigor to Iho whole belay. All drains and tonet are chccVti itrin'oM.-Htly, Unlet patients
aro .properly cured, iheirconditiou odea wonieithcmiutolutanlty, Consumption or Death,
Malled sealed, rncelt cerbosi bouts, with lmn.f inrf i.i fMB-9n..,t.-.,;.wf.,n.ihj
money, Is-oo. Scad for (rcn book.
Ftr Sal by JOHN H, PHELPS,
iy . s"'V,'''v'
were posted at their collieries hero yes
terday. Hartley Mullen, Jr., of Third street,
left yesterday morning to Visit hi
brother In PlttRburff.
Mr. and Mrs. AV. T. Roberts, of Main
street, have returned from their week's
visit In Susquehanna county.
There Is no Improvement In the con
'dlllon of William Loughney, who hns
been sorKSusly HI for the past two
weeks. Dr. Olllls, of Carbondale, yvns
In consultation with Dr. Mantey on
Sunday regarding the case.
The funeral servloos of Mrs. AV. R.
Finch were held at her late lesldence
last Thuisday afternoon, the Rev. Mr.
Gtidshnll, of tho Methodist church, of
delating. Dr. Logan, of Scran ton. filled the
pulpit nl tho Baptist church last Sab
Tho hotel here changed hands Mon
day morning, Mr. Ross, of Schuitz
vllle, tuklng possession. The former
landlord, Mr. Charles Lee, goes on a
farm vacated by Mr. Ross.
Mr. II. C. AVhlte, of this place, who
is employed bv J. D. AVllliams & Bro.,
of Scranton, Is spending his vacation
in New York, and while there he ex
pects to gather some new Ideas In
tho catering line. His reputation In
that line Is already considered ex
cellent, but he wishes to Improve It.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Drake are spending
a few -weeks at Mount Pocono.
Mr. AVilllnm Middieton has moved his
family to Providence.
Mr. Ebon Foote spent a few davs
with friends at AVest Pittston last
Mr. Louis Millard, of Moscow, Is
spending a few days with his aunt,
Mrs. William Tinklepaugh.
Mrs. Carpenter, of West Pittston,
has been visiting her daughter, Mis.
A daughter was boin to Mr. and Mrs.
William Crues, September 30.
Mi.ss Lvdla Reed Is visiting friends
at Lake Ariel.
Mrs. Ernest Brelsch, of Main street,
is seriously 111 with typhoid fever.
A dime social will be hold at the
Methodist parsonage this evening.
Mrs. E. 'AV. Swingle is ill at her home
on Main stret.
Mrs. E. E. Greiner, of Main st-ret,
The Delaware and Hudson company
are repairing their station at this place.
Mrs. Floyd Greiner Is onfthe sick list.
Mrs. Kendall and son, John, are In
New York, where they will spend the
D. R. Bassell is Improving in health.
Ppcri.il to tho Scranton Tiiliune.
AVaymart, Oct. 2. Mrs. Joseph
Swan, daughter Anna, and son Ray
mond, are visiting relatives in New
Mr. Jesse F. Aragner, who is visit
ing at the residence of Robert Battan,
will leave for the University of Penn
sylvania October S, to complete his
James Cole, Henry France and Reu
ben Getz are employed by 55. A. AVon
naeott in his new lumber woods nt
J. AV. Miller, who has been spending
tho past two weeks among Pleasant
Mount relatives, returnel home tcjay.
Mrs. Mack, of Forest City, is In
attendance upon Mis. Randall, whose
condition does not seem to improve.
Mr. Hiram Ledyard, of Mt. Pleas
ant, is visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Adam Nell, on Main street.
Mrs. AVIlliam Cole and Mrs. John
Merrick, of Carbondale, passed Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. James Colo.
Three carloads of coal, different
sizes, were yesterday branched In the
switch, the first coal that has been
on sale here since the strike.
R. Wonnacott, sr., mode Smith Hill
relatives a brief visit last week.
Reuben Gets; and wife, nnd Alvln
Reynolds and family, are occupying
tho old Carr property, on Main street.
Mr. and Mr. Irwin Merwln are en
tertaining their nieces from Grand
Gorge, N. V.
Messrs. John and Frank Doyle nnd
Harry Charles Buckland will attend
tho ball in Honesdale tonight, given
by the Maple City band.
Mis. H. H. Albright, of AVindsor, N.
A'., spent a few days with her mother
The condition of Ml?s Sara Colbath,
who has been seriously ill for some
time, Is somewhat better.
F. R. Varcoe was a Honesdalo caller
last Friday. , -
Mrs. Kate Squires Is spending a few
days at her old home on Main street.
George J. AVilllams Is suffering from
a seveie attack of lheumatlsm. Dr.
Bench Is the attending physician.
Special to tlie Siuiiton Tribune.
Sprlngvllle, Oct. 1. Some years ago a
set of large scales wero kept In opera
tion at the hotel for public uso, but
were dually discontinued. Now they
are in operation again and are very
The early morning train yesterday
carried a goodly number of people on
the excursion to Shawnneso lake. This
Is the second one from here this sum
mer. H. O, Culyer has lately been putting
the roof on his barn nnd the structure
is nearly llnished,
Farmors nre digging their potatoes
now and all report a very short crop,
some not more than thirty bushels to
the acre and small In size,
I. II. Alney, a former Sprlngvllle resi
dent, but now of Edwnrdsvllle, Lu
zerne county, Pa., Is visiting relatives
In town, lo has for many years been
in the employ of n coal company at the
E. W, Rymond, nfter a visit of a
week to relatives In this section, re
turned to his homo In Scranton, Satur
day. John H. Mitchell's house Is fast ap
proaching completion and It will be a
very cony dwelling when It Is ready for
the young bride.
A. S. Scott, of Candor, X, y Is ex-
They have stood aieutt of years,
and bay cured thouitndj of
casts of Nervous Diseases, sucb
as Debility, Dililaest, Sleepless
nets end varicocele. Atroohv.&c
They clear tho brala, sucoglhca
Iho circulation, make dieeitloa
Addrcii. PAL mIdiCIIIE CO.. Clavalanii. O.
PhorroucUt, cr. Wycmlng avinue and
m svl w W w A
pected hero this week to attend to
matters connected with tho estate of
the late K. O. Scott.
Wednesday evening next nt the
Academy iMIss Evelyn Frasser, of the
Boston School of Oratory, and Miss
Storm, of Philadelphia, will give an
entertainment consisting of readings,
recitations nnd music. This will be
something worth going to, ns Miss
Fraacr and Miss Storms are elocution
ists df rare ability, while Mrs. James
Tuttle, the lady furnishing the music,
will bo alone worth the price of ad
mission, Next Friday evening li the time set
for organizing a McKlnley and Roose
velt club here. Speakers from Mont
rose will be present, and, nlso, a glee
club from the same place. The Sprlng
vllle band will be on hand to discourse
Republican music. Kvery one Is In
vited, The Indies of the Kplseopal Guild
have been preparing for nn entertain
ment, nnd now nnnounce that on AVed
nesday evening, Oct. 10, nt the Acad
emy, Rev. John Johnston will deliver
a lecture on the life and habits of far
western people and many other things
western, Even the noble red man will
be given a hearing. Sprlngvllle band
will furnish music for the evening.
Everybody will be welcomed to the hall.
Mrs. M. L. Allen entertained her sis
ter, Mrs. Jayne, of Auburn, on Monday
last. Mrs. Juyne has a very Interest
ing pair of babies nnd while here had
The school board met In regular ses
sion on Monday evening. The fol
lowing members were present:
O'Brien, AVnrd, AVebster and Davis.
The minutes c he previous meeting
wns adopted as , . -!. The commit
tee on repairs asked that the work
done at No. 3 building be investigated,
that they may be relieved from the
duties. Prof. Hjoban tlien gave un
outline of the work done In the schools
und reported thnt No. 1 bulldlng.had
enrolled 213 pupils; No. 2, 248, nnd No.
3, 239; total.. 700. A few pupils, who
were expelled for unruly conduct, were
allowed to continue their studies, pro
viding they would fall in line with the
orderly pupils. The following bills
were ordered paid: J. F. Mitchell,
$2.20; AVIlliam Christian, J4.03; Ameri
can Book company, $213.9.".
Tho borough council met on Monday
evening, and although only a quorum
wns present, there was nn extraordi
nary nmount of business transacted.
All people having defective sidewalks
will be prosecuted If they do not Im
prove them within the next thirty
days. The sewer question next came
up and the sanitary committee was
notified to see that these sewers and
gutters be kept in better condition.
The eitlzens on Lincoln Hill complain
ed of the boring machine recently
erected there by the Lehigh A'alley
company, asking that if be removed.
The members of the council nnd the
chief of police visited there yester
day, but took no nctlon. Tho follow
ing bills were ordered paid: Minute
book, $2; Klectrlc Light company,
$2SS; high constable, $30; chief of po
lice, 112.25; James Doran, thirty loads
of stone, $24; secretary's salary, $50.
Mrs. Rose Chandler, of Miner's
MUls, Sherman Hawk and mother, of
La Grange, 111.; Mrs. Mary AVhite, of
Clark's Summit, and daughter Frances,
of Hyde Park, spent Monday with Mrs.
J. L. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. George Painter left
yesterday to spend several weeks with
frlfnds In Union county.
George Curry and AVilllams Danks
left yesterday to procure employment
ut Des Moines, Iowa.
Miss E. M. Kennedy returned yes
teiday after two weeks' visit with
friends In Afton, N. Y.
Daniel Corcoran is doing business In
HEALTH AND WEALTH.
Of the Two the Former Is by Jar the
I'roin the Pittsburg ComniPiclal Gazette.
The enormous Increase In wealth In
the United States In the past twenty
years has caused many people In the
humbler wnlks of life to become dis
contented and Jealous of others who
obtained what seemed to them a dls
pioportlonate share of this world's
goods. If they could but see the Inner
life of these mllllonarles, It Is safe to
say their jealousy would be measur
ably abated, and It is doubtful if they
would exchange their abounding health
for the millionaire's "bar'l," Here aro
two multl-mllllnnalres, John D. Rocke
feller and Philip D. Armour, who have
quit their everyday work to go Into
the doctors shop ,for repairs. Both
these millionaires have nerves and
stomachs out of order, and now they
have to obey the M. D. strictly and
come down to plain living like an or
dinary laborer, and perhaps aie too
late in doing so. Excessive application
to dollar culture Is yvhat is the trouble.
They had no time to rest or to eat, or
digest a jilittn, square meal. For the
future they must pay the penalty and
live like hermits. In short, life Is a
burden to these big money makers.
Their food does not assimilate, as the
assimilating machinery has been al
lowed to get out of order while they
wero doing over-time In cutting coup
ons or digesting great plans. A great
Scotch doctor says that "indigestion is
the remorse of a guilty stomach," and
yvo rather guess that Messrs. Rockefel
ler and Armour nre ready to plead
guilty to the Indictment. Excessive
application to business was the trouble.
There Is a time for the fastest train to
stop, and if it fails, extra fare must be
paid. These men have line houses and
yachts and chefs, but they cannot en
joy life ns yvell ns the man who buys
fifteen-cent meal tickets on Grant
street, They are not permitted to eat
anything but the simplest food, und
coffee und tea are excluded from their
dletury. Rockefeller musttjwork nt a
certain time on the farm lllto his hired
man without tho hired man's uppetlte.
Armour, u iestless bundle of nerves,
must take nntl-nervlnes und rest,
which are a tremendous tax on his
patience, Heie In Pennsylvania ye
have other instances. The four men
who now control the political destinies
of Pennsylvania are each nlmost eon
stuntly In charge of physicians. They
aro on the "repair list." When they
take a trip tho doctor must go along,
The.v aro all yvell-to-do, but yvhat Is
money to u sick man? Most of these
would trade their millions for the en
Joymont of a good, square meal and n
good, tired laborer's slumber. But the
exchange Is not so easily made. Their
physical machinery has been over,
taxed. When u bolt wears out In un
ordinary machine it Is easily replaced.
Not so easily the yvoruout bolt In the
human piaehlne. All this comes from
the American habit of overdoing
thlng3. The everyday man with a large
pocketbook and a robust constitution
ought to make u note of this unci be
CONVENTION OF THE
INTERESTING SESSIONS ABE
HELD AT MOSCOW,
Large Number of Temperance Work
era Assemble at the Methodist
Episcopal Church of That Town.
Entertaining Papers Are Intro
ducedElection of Officers nnd
Other Business Transacted Ad
dress by Mrs. Holvey.
The 'October sun shone cheerily down
on a small nrmy of temperance women
yvnlklng to tho early trains yesterday
morning yvlth plensant anticipations of
a tiny of consultation over their noble
The meeting place yvas the Methodist
Episcopal church of Moscow, and a
very pleasing sight Its Interior present
ed yvlth Its numerous decorations of
flowers and ferns.
At !) o'clock tho omcers, Mrs. M. AV.
Vnughan, of Moscow; Mrs. J. B. Sick
Icr, of Peckvllle; Mrs. Ella E. Rhodes,
of Elmhurst; Mrs, J. M. Hoyvell and
Mrs. Ella Depue, of Green Ridge, be
ing assembled on the platform, the
meeting began yvlth the hymn, "Nearer,
My God to Thee," and Scripture read
ing by Mrs. Butler, of Carbondale, fol
loyved by prayer by Mrs. Miller, of
Rev. Mr. Prentiss, pastor of the
home church, Mis. Kate AVardell and
Mrs. Henry Stanley, both of Moscow,
yvelcomed the delegates In the most
cordial terms. Mrs. Penrl, of Mooslc,
and Mrs. J. M. Hoyvell, of Green Ridge,
responded yvlth yvarmth to the wel
come. The reports of the secretaries and
treasurer yvere very encouraging, show
ing a doubling of membership and a
balance of $20.38 In the treasury,
The roll call yvas yvell responded to,
and the address of the president yvas
of great Interest nnd Inspiration for
The memorial service led by Mrs.
James Chandler yvas very Impressive.
Mrs. Green, of Moscoyv, yvho died dur
ing the year, yvas the subject of sev
eral tributes from her sisters In the
yyork, yvho greatly feel her loss.
A pleasing and cheery paper on
"Sunshine nnd Shadows," by Miss
Mary Green, of AVaverly, yvas a pelas
Ing feature of the morning.
The election of officers resulted In
no change except In the place of le
cordlng secretary, filled by Miss Fanny
Raub, of Scranton. Noontide prayer
by Mrs. Butler closed a helpful session.
The afternoon session was even bet
ter attended and opened yvlth a most
uplifting devotional service, led by
Mrs. J. S. Millar, of Green Ridge.
A free parliament of expansion was
held according to announcement, and
occasioned a very animated discussion
on yvays and means of enlargement and
improvement in every line. Flash
llghl'3 given by local presidents on the
yvork during the year made a helpful
Interchange of discouragements and
methods of surmounting them very
suggestive to all.
A talk yvas given by Oriana M. AVill
lams, of Peckvllle, on the "American
Girl. Her Opportunities," yvhlch exhort
ed her to Improve her unparalleled ad
vantages In doing good to others.
A bright paper yvas read by Miss
Fanny Raub on the "Floyver Mission
Department," full of practical sugges
tion. A discussion on practical yvork for
the new century, opened by Mrs. Hand
nnd nnother on the "Importance of
Mothers' Meetings," led by Mrs. Ran
kin, made a very full and Instructive
afternoon session, yvhlch, after the elec
tion of delegates and singing came to
an end, as all good things must'.
The resolutions ndopted by the con
vention were as folloyvs:
ltciul'eil. Tint the, women of tliis sodely taki
from lii'ncc fin th some p.iptr lli.it dull Kopp us
ill toutli with oiu woik. Wo Miusi'-t the M.ite
lliillrtlu, lint foiKdliiiK the t'nlon Signal.
Mi-rfilt ei, That in the distribution of temper
.Hire lileintuie, we liayr a pirarr for (jooil whlrh
we cinnot nll'oul to meilnol;, the unions Hut
are nut NluiUnt in tills work, are the ones Hut
lepoit piogress all along the line.
licsoheil, That we as a union dive more at
tention to our Lojnl Temperunre Lesion yiqil;
ami that every local union emleator to sustain
It. A it won thr slate banner for greatest per.
centavte of inuease In membership.
Iti'sohcJ, Th.it we make a great effort to ietatu
the banner. We must not forget Sunday b(.loul
noik, from whenie we get our unhewn Mones
for our tempeiame structure, 'lherefore,
Ilcsoheil, Tint renewed vigilance be glton to
temperance woik In eiery Sunday school In
Lackawanny county, lirfflntr especially the Ik'
Inir of the pledgee us one of the best eafeguards
from the etiN of intempcrjnee. I
Itcaohcil, That we cannot sufllc lontly condemn
the position of the piocnt administration upon
Hie questions of temperance especially in icriiiI
to the army canteen.
lluohcd, That lie consider the depaitment t
r.wtiKcllstlc, iiuitlicis and surlrJKC as umoni; the
HesoUcd, That we tender our heaity Hunks
for the ue of the church, to the ladles who so
kindly entertained us, and to all who In any
way helped in this contention.
The evening session yvas equally In
spiring, the main feature being an ad
diess by Mrs, C. M. Holvey, of West
Orlnna M. AVIllinms.
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Academy of Muse.
All week The Hon Ton Stoik company.
Last Three Daja Llttlo J'fopt burlesque coin,
"Ie Voyage en Suisse,"
HaiiUn'd IiIb spectacle, "Le Voyajc en SuUie,"
was presented at the L.ucum last nkht 1iet.no an
nudicnce that crowded the house. It wua an
uiidlcucc that seemed In thoroughly enjoy tho
"l.o Voyage en Suisse" Ij one of the stage
attractions that new seem to glow old. It
was pii'R'iitod last night ullh a wealth o sci
ence unci mechanical effect that were Utile less
than marvelous, The tiling"! of Iho second mt
was a rcnllslic tailnay collision and the thlid
fame to an end wltli an awlanche,
Incidental to the spulacle some hlsh class
specialties wcio Introduced. 'Ihe Scluodo hrolh
eia gae oin of the thirst acinhjtle turns ever
seen In this city and Mis Nellie Daly did u
neat dancing specially that won ureal applause.
Next Gaiety Attraction.
'"Hip l.lttle I'gypt llurlcsquers" will lie tho
coniluc; atti action at Ihe (lately theater coin
mcnciii? Thursday matinee, net, 1. This show
Is up-to-date In cu-ry lopect; new music, new
scenciy, new wardrobe and, abotc all, It has
twenty of the most handsome women etir teen
with u iuilcqiu- company; the specialties ure
aLoo the uw-ragc of this kind ot a performance.
l.Htle l'uipt will appear 'in Iter new dances and,
without question, will wear some of the finest
costumes cut seen on a stage.
The burlccqdc "Forbidden Fruit" It put on
with extra -rood care. It Is funny, full ot bright
muilc, dances and grand electric elfectij the
show from start to tlnUli It unique, peerless aucl
The People's Exchange.
A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE far tl.9 Ilatisflt of Alt Win
Have Houses to Rent, Rettl Estute or Other Property to
Sell or ExeliiinR, or Who Want Situation-) or Help Theia
Small Advertisements Cos'. One. Cent a Wor.l, Six Insertions (or
Five Cents a Word Except Sltuatloni Wanted, Whloh ArJ In
FOll Rr.ST-IOf) LACKAWANNA AVKNUH,
four Ooorsi elevator; best store atiu loca
tion In Scranton,
Scranton: implements incmucui ursi cias
buildings; terms to mil
attorney, .12014 Wnshlngto
suit. rrcu v. iisnjen,
l'Oll .SAt.K-SKVKN YKAIt OLD MAHK, IIH)D
looker and traveler! with buggy nnd harness.
Address, O, Tribune.
VAlwErTECmY"nAiS!.Otr'si ACIIIN RSt
must be In Rood order; ttate particulars ot
to make and price. Address, L. M., general de
Uvcry, Scranton, I'l.
rHjitXISIir.il IIOUSK kou nwdiNuilpTjvT
:tv Madison tncmir.
VANTi:u-iiooyt fob two, with noAiin,
nhoe Adams aienue; terms retsnnsi le.
Adclicss, M. M,, Tribune olHce.
WANTKI1-2 Oil .1 FURNISHED IIOOMH. FOR
Unlit housekeeping; iintrully located. Ad
dress, J. W., Williams building, City.
ROOMS A ND BOA RD.
walking distance. S'10 Washington avenue.
I10AHDKH3 WANTKP-tSOOP HOARD, ClOOD
location, good home, at icatonahla rates, ut
HOT Hamk'isoii menu".
vi:uy ncsntAULi: room, with board, at
410 Adams atenuc.
LosT-sirrr. is, diamond raw brooch.
I.ibcial reward fur return to 1'. I,., Tribune
MARINE CORPS UNITED STATES NAVY RK
emits wanted Able-bodied men; service on
our warships in all parts of the world nnd on
land In the Phlllpplr.ee, when required. Lieu
tenant Colonel D. R. Russell, N. W. Corner LacU
awanna and Wyoming avenues, Scrantou.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONTY TO LOAN-STRAIGHT LOANS .VI
once. CunryvConncll building,
ANY AMOUNT OF MONT.Y TO LOAN". QUICK,
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to e per cent. Call on N. V. Walker.
314 315 Connclt building.
DRESSMAKING. FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladles' waists. Louise Shoemaker, 212
NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETINd OF THE
members ot The Lackawanna Stoie Associa
tion, Limited, will be held at the office of the
association in the City of Scranton, Pa., on
Wednesday, October K, 1000, at 11) o'clock a. m.,
for tho election of managers for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such other
lu-dness as may piopcily come before the meet
ing. II. S. FAIRC1IILD.
Scianton, Pa.. Sept. 10, 11KK). Secretary.
PROPOSALS WILL RE RECEIVED AT THE
iiftlce of the City Engineer, Sciaiitun, Pit.,
until 6 o'tloik p. in., on Thuisday, the elevei.tl,
day ot Octobei, A. D,, 1'WO, for cleaning and
painting Linden aticct und Roaring Brook biiilurs,
according to specifications on tile in the office
of the citv engineer. Proposals must be for
one (1) and two (2) coats of paint us specified,
Biddeis will he requited to enclose cash or cei
titled check for the sum of isij.00 with each
The city reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. JOSEPH p. PHILLIPS,
City Engl neer.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the oHice of the city clerk. Scranton, Pa.,
until 7.ao o'clock p. in., Thursday, Oct. 11. lis"),
to construct a sewer system with the necessaij
branches, extensions, connections, basins, man
holes and thturcs ai designated and described
on the plJiis and specifications piepared by the
city engineer and on We in his office. The said
stwer to commence In fiiotc street at the Lack
awanna liver; thence along Grove stieet to Al
blight avenue; also in Albright incline from
Court street to alley alone- line between fee
ond anil Twenty-first wards, also in above men
tioned alley fiom Albright avenue to Diamond
avenue; abo in Meade avenue fiom above men
tiured alley to a point about CO feet south of
Court street; also In Hlalr avenue from the
above mentioned alley to a point about .V) feet
south of Conit stieet; ulso in Diamond avenue
from Providence load to a point about 100 feet
south of Court street; also in alley south of
Court stieet from Diamond avenue in a vvet
eily diiccriou about Kid feet; thence in a
uoitlieily direction about 20U feet. Each pio.
pos.il shall be accompanied by cash or cei lifted
check in the sum uf three hundred dollar as a
giiaiantee to execute u contract for the vvoil.
within ten days fiom date of award It aw allied
the same-. The city icervei the light to icjeet
auv or all bids. Ily older of city councils,
M. T. LAVKLLE, City Clerk.
Sept. 27, vm
$5.00 to Niagara Falls and Return
via the Lehigh Valley Railroad
October 6, 1900.
Tickets will be on sale October Oth,
limited fop return pafl.snge to October
Slli, Inclusive, and will be honored on
uny train except the Black Diamond
express. For further Information, con
sult L.ehlsh Valley ticket agents.
Tickets on snle at lhlgh Valley city
ticket oillce, 309 Lackawanna avenue,
State Firemen's Convention, New
Delegates from Scranlon and vicinity
will leave for New Castle at 1.10 u. m,
October 1, via D L. & W, and Buffalo,
Fare $10,05 for the lound tilp, on card
orders. Tickets will bo sold, good go
ing, September 29 to October 4, Inclus
ive, for all trains, flood to return on
or before October 8, Inclusive. Stop
off privilege within limit of ticket will
bo permitted at1 Uuffiilo, to enable dele
gates to visit Niagara Falls.
At lloton- It. II, E.
Ilrool.lju 11 US 0 3 0 1- 7 11 :
llosloil ,,.,..,,,..,,., 0: II 0 0 2 2 0 0-7 II I
llatterics-Donovsn, Kltson and MeCuirc; I'll
linger, Dlneen and Claik. Umpire llur.t.
At Philadelphia- R. II. K.
New Vol k , ,1200900011 11 2
Phllidclphl.v ,02000000-2 0 2
Hattcrlcs-Mercer and llowcrnian; Dunn and
Mcr'arland. Umpire Snyder.
At Chicago- It. II. B.
bt. Louis 0 0 0000000 0 3 1
Chicago 00020001 3 7 1
Batteries Sudhoff and Robluson; CalUhau and
Dcitcr. Umpire O'Day.
HELP WANTED-FEM ALE.
WAXTED-A COMPETENT II1I, I'Olt lll'.NHR.
al housework at 733 Webter nvrnuc. Apply
80.! Ilanison avrtutc.
SITUATION WANTED-nV COLORED (ll'.NTI.i.
man, as putter or waiter; Hist class ami
lliijioughlv roinpelrjit; good lefeirnces. Address
I, S. (., New American Hotel, MM Wist Luekii.
SI1UATIO.V WASTED-HV A YOtlNtl lllltl. MO
asxlsl with Unlit housework, or u,lic girl.
Call in uddress, A. M., 4'J. New stieet tit
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO CENTRAL
liiiusevvnik, in dining loom vvoik. Call :it
t-.1l llebecci avenue, city.
WAXTI'D-A POSITION' AS (1HOCEUY CLERK
e.r bull her; ienl; five l.iuguiges; cvpirl
meed; salary moderate. Addrcts, V, J,, 1010
Blair avenue, city.
SITUATION WASTED-IIY COLORED ClEVi'LE
man as porter, janitor or pilvate waiter; tef
ererrcs. Address, Porter, Tribune olllei
SITUATION WANTED-llY YOllXO LADY I'.X
pirleneed In oillce vvoik. wants position Itu
tncdulely; good wilier; would uddress envelopes,
etc., eltliei special work or permanent. Ad
dress I'lpeiiciicd, 52.1 Sumner avenue, city.
MTUA1IOX WAXTEl-TO !0 OUT RY THE
day, and will take washing home. AddicM
1081 Price tieet
WANTED-TO WORK BY DAY OR WEEK.
ddrcss. Katie, rear 1.1X0 Providence road.
SUTATION WVNI'ED-TO UO OUT, THE FIRST
part of Hie weok. washing and Ironing by the
day; cashing and Ironing taken honip also. Call
or address, I.. I!., ::.!! North Sunnier avenue.
PLACE WANTED-AS CHILD'S NURSE, OR AT
light see ond work, by neat, npiy and relia
ble girl. Sleeping at homo preferred. Address,
I. M., Tribune oillce, city.
WANTEDVASHlNt; ANlTlROXINO TO HO AT
hon.e by frt i lavs laundress. Call ur ad
dress, Mis. A. M., 62(1 l'oicst court, eily.
WANTED-yvORK AS LAUNDRESS FOR MON
da.vs, or am kind of work, houseeleanhig ur
ofhVes; tan give best city refcicnces. Address
T. II., 702 Elm stieet.
1VANTED- WASIIINd ""AND lltONINO OR
cleaning; best reference. Address A. J.,
SITUATION WANTED-BY MIDDLE AC.ED OENT
ot integrity and strict attendance to busi
ness, with 10 jears experience In brewery ac
counting, as bookkeeper, clerk or collector; best
references. Address T, 2')2 South street, y likes.
SITUATION vTntED-BY A GIRL 15 YEARS
old to do light housework or mind babj.
Addicss .15"! Putnam street. North End. city.
a. d. unities oi,n.vs privy vaults and
(cm pools; no cidoi. Improved pumps used.
A. H. IlltUiliS. Proprietor. Leave enders 1100
Nolth Main avenue, or Elcke's drug store, cor
ner Adams ami Miitbony. Telephone HilO.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD ( SPAULDIN'a, C. P. A., 21 TRAD-
eis' Bank building.
I.UWAlt!) 11 1HVIS, ARCHITECT, OOXXEI.L
building, S ronton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT, PKICi:
bulluing, 120 Washington avenue, Si ronton.
Cabs and Carriages.
RUDDER TIRED CABS AND OARHIAaES; BEST
of seivlce Pinmpt attention given orders, by
'phone. 'Phones 2172 mid 3-tn.'. ,lo-eph Kellej.
Dlt. C. E. Ell.ESIlElldER, PAUL! IIUII.DISO,
Spiuee hticet, Scrmiteili.
DR. 1. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PRIVATE !10.
pits!, cornei Wjomlng and Mulheuy.
DR. C. V. LAUIIACII. 1 15 WVOMlXd AVENUE.
till. 11. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Bestauranta.
Till'. ELK ( AIT, 123 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVI",
line. Rates ic.iM)ii.ihle,
P. ZKKiLER, Ptopiietor.
SCRANION IIDU.sU, NEAR I).. L, (i W. PAS-
scnge-r depot. Conducted on the European plan.
VICTOR KOCH, Propiletor.
J. W. BROWNINO, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-loi-at-law,
Rooms :U2-:il.( Mears building.
D. 11. REPLOtiLi:, ATTORNEY-LOANS NEOO.
Hated on ical estate securlt. Mears building,
corner Washlnglou aveniia and Spruce stieel.
fh.nk"e. doyleT vrrOHNEY AND COU.Nhr.l
lm-at-lavv. Burr building, Rooms i: and 14,
WILLARD. WARREN k KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and 'counscllois-at-law, . Republican building,
JEsSl'P & JESSIT, ATTORNEYS AD COU.N".
xtllois-at-lavv. Commonwealth building, Homes
111, 20 and 21.
JAMES OAKl'ORD. ATTORNF.Y-AT-LAW.
Rooms Till, .'I'i and Mil llouid of Tiadc- build,
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY.
Hkl-txil, Dili lloci, Mens building.
L. A. WA'IRF.s. ATIORSEY-Ar-LAW, BOARD
of Tuile building, Scriimoii, I'.i,
O. It. PrrcllF.lt. ATlOltNEV-AT-LAW, DOAIIIi
ol Tiado building, Nuioton, Pa,
PATEI1On"T.- yILCOX, TRADERS' natioxa i!
C. rOHKKYH, lll.'I REPI'IILIOAX lil'ILDIXO.
A. W. BKUTHOLF, ATIOR.NEY, MEARS III.IIC,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Dlt, y E. ALLEN, OH NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S, W.-J.'.UIOIIEAI'W OFFICE fJl'l WASH
Ington avenue. Resident e, 1.118 Mulheriy.
Cluonir diseases, lungs, heait, kidneys and
gciilto-iiilnaiy oigans a specialty, Hours, I to
1 p. in.
SCHOOL OF Till', LACKAWANNA, SCRAN TON,
Pa. Couim' piepaiatory to college, law, iiiedi
line or binlnes. Open. Sept, Will. Semi fur
catalogue. Rev, 'lhoiiia M Cum. 1,1.. I)., prin
cipal and proprietor; W, E. Pliimlc), A. M,,
(1. R, CLARK & (O.. SEEDSMEN AND MRS.
cmiicii, stoic '.Dl Washington avenue; green
houses, lli'O .Vol III Main avenue; stuie tele
Wire Screens, r
JOSEPH KUKTTEL, HUAU 511 I.U'K.VW.W'NV
avenue, bcrautou, I 'J.,, manufactuier of Nile
I!UER'S ORCIIEsrHA-SIUSIC FOR IIAI.L
picnics, parties receptions, weddings and cuii
eett work furnished. For telius addicss II. J,
Bauer, eouductoi, 117 Wyoming avenue, over
llulberl'a iuukIc store.
MKOAHGEE BROS., PRIN.fcHb'.StlPPliniS, K
vclopes, paper bags, "twlin. Warehouse, 130
Wajilugtou avenue, Scranton, Pa.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
tmmnm railroad .
Schedule In Effect May T, lfOO.
Trains leave Scranton t
0.45 n. m,, week days.. for.Sunbury,
Hnrrisbutg) Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Pitts
burg and the West.
0,38 a. m., week days, for Hanleton,
Pottsville, Beading;, Norrlstown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
2-18 p, m.. week davs. f Sundays
1.88 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Harris-
ville. Bfinrllno-. An. wank davs.
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Hnzlcton, Pottsville, Harriaburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
J. R. yvOOD. den. Pass. Alt.
.1. B. HUTCHINSON, tlen. Mgf.
Delaware Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect June 10. 1DO0.
c...,, t .. . . V...U . i i&
win,,,, i.rare crnuion lor new iui ......
.1.00. 0.10, 8.00 and lOtfS a. m.,.12.CS, 8.33 and
S.10 p. in. i'0r PhllaTelphla at 6.40, B.00 and
h'irg at 0.10 p. m. Milk and accommodation at
U0 p. m. Arrive at HoboVcn at e.&S, 7.18,
10.13 a. m.: 12.0S, 2.47, 4,48, 7.19 and t43 p. m.
Airlvr. at Plillaclein'ilA at 10.00 a. m.; 1.0S, 148,
0 00 and 8.22 p, in. Arrive from New York at
1.01, 4.0(1 and 10.20 a. m.J 1.00, 1.52, M, 8.44
and 11.30 p. m. From Stroudsburg at 8.00 a, m.
North Leave Scranton tor Buffalo and inter
mediate stations at 1.10, 4.10 and B.30 . m.J
Lew, C.4S and 11.33 p. m. For Oswego and L Syra
cuse at 4.10 a. m. and 1.D5 p. m. For Utlrs at
L10 n. m. nnd Mil p. in. For Montroaa at 8.S0
a. m.j 1.0.1 p. m. and 0.43 p. m. For Nichol
son at 4,oo nnd 0.1". p. m. For Blnghamton, 10.25
and S.G0 p. m. Airlvo In Scranton from Buffalo
t 1.30, g.Ki, r,.x, and 10.00 a. in.; 3.80 nH 8.00
p. m. From Oswego and Syracuse at 2.8 i. ni.;
2.3S and 8 m p. m. From Ulica at 2.8 S. "M
12 38 nnd 3.30 p m. From Nicholson at 8.80 a.
" and fi.oo p. m. Viom Xontrose at 7.SS and
.iV " ."' '-I ami "MM p. ra.
at Northumberland nt D.fr, a. m.; 1.10, 0.00 slid
s;-" P. m. irrlvo at Xnntlcoke at 0.10 a. m.
Arrive at Plymouth at 2.0(1, 4..12, 0.60 p. m.- and
u..!0 a. m. Arrive at Scranton from Nottlium.
berland at fU2 a, , . -,x, 4.00 and 8.4S p.
m: From Xnntteoko at 11.00 a. m. From
PljmoiKli nt 7..0 a m 3 20, 0.36 and 11.10 p.' m.
fouth Leave Scranton 1.40, 3.00, 5.10, 10.08 a,
m.: n jn, n.ia nnd 8.10 u m.
North-Leave Seiantoiifett.,1,10, 4.10 . m.; 1.55,
0.4S and ll.i'6 p. m. . ...
nioomsburg liivlsion Leave Scranton at 10 03
m. and n in p. in.
Delaware and Hudson.
In EiTect dune 13th, 1800.
Trains for Carbondale leavp Scranton at 8 20,
7.B.I, S 53, 10.13 a. in. ; 12.00, 1.23, 2.20, 3.52, 8.25,
112.-,, 7.07, 0.15, 11.10 p. m.; 1.10 a. m.
For Honesdalo ami Lake Lodoro 8.20, 10.13 a.
m.: 2.2d ard S.2fl p. m.
For yvill.es Barrc-0.45. 7.48, 8.41, 0.33, 10.4S a.
m.; 12.03, 1,23, 2.18, 3.33, 4.27, 0.10, 7.48, 10.ll.t
11.30 p. m.
For L. V. R. R. points-0.45 a. m.; 12.03, 2.18,
3 33 and 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsylvania H. R. points 6.4J, 0.38 a.
m.; 2.18 and 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 6.20 a. m.
and 3.52 p. in,
For Carbondale 7.20, 0.00, 11.33 a. m.; 2.28,
3.02, 5.47. 10.02 p. m.
For Wllkes-B.irrc-'J.38 a. m.J 12.03, 1.58, 3.S8.
4.42, 0.27. 8.27 p. m.
Tor Albany and points north 3.52 p. m.
For Honesdalo and Lalin Lodore 0.00. 11.33 a.
m. and 3.52 p. m.
Lowest rates to all points in United States and
.1. W. BimDtCK. O. P. A., Albany,-. Y.
II. W. CBOfiS, 1). P. A., Scranton. 1.
Lehigh Valley Itallroad.
In r.fleet Iay 27. 1000.
Traini Leave Scranton.
For Philadelphia and New York via 11. II.
It. R at 0.45 a. m. and 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Blao'
liiamoml F.xpress), and 11.30 p. m. Sundays, 1).
k II. H. H.. 1.58, 7.48 p. m.
For White Hacn, Ha?lcton and principal
points in the coal regions, via D. & H. K. B.,
li.iy. 2.18 and 4 27 p. m. For Pottsville, 0.45,
" For ' Bethlehem, Kaston, Heading, llarrlBbiirg
and principal Intermediate stations via D. It II.
K It., 0.V, a. m.! 12.0J, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dla.
mond Uxpress), 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. 11.
It. R., 1.58. 7.43 p. in.
For Tunkliannock, Towanda hlmira, Ithaca,
Oeneva and principal Intermediate Btations, via
11, L. 4; y'. It. It., 8.08 a. in.; 1.05 and 3.35
'Vor fieneva, Itochesler. Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago, and all points west, , Ua D. t H. R. B.f
T.03. 3..TI (Bhck Diamond Express), 7.48. 10.41,
11.30 p. m. Sundays, 1). & II. It. B 12.03 p.
'"pul'l'inan 'parlor nnd sleeping or Lehlgli Valley
parlor cars on all trains between WlThes-Barro
and New York. Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sus
110L1.IN II. yVILnUR, o. Supt., 28 Cortland
street, New York. ....,. j
CI1ARLF.1 S. LKF.. Gen. Pass. Agt.. 2 Cortland
street. New Yolk.
A. W. NONNT.yiACMIR, I)Iv. Pas3. Agt., South
Bethlehem. Pa. ,
For tickets and Pullman reservation! apply 309
Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Central Bnllroad of New Jersey.
stations in New Yolk Foot of Liberty street,
N. II.. and .South Kerry.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insuring
rleanlincss and comfoit.
TIMi: TABl.i: IN F.FFF.CT MAY 20, IM0.
Trains leave Scranton for New York, Newark:,
rllrahelli. Philadelphia, Kaston. Bethlehem. At
lentovvi Ma. eh Cl.unlc and White Haven, at 8.30
a. m.; exbress. 1.20; express, 4,00 p. m. Sun-
''"o'r PIHstonmand yVllkes-Barre, 8.30 a. m.; 1.20
and t.00 p. in. Sundajs, 2.15 p. m.
For Mount tin Park. 8.30 a. in., 1.20 and 4.00
p. in. Sundajs. 2.15 p.m.
For Baltimore and Washington, and points
South and West via Bethlehem, 8.30 a. m.. 1.20
i) m Sundavs, 2,15 p. m.
For Long Branch. Ocean Crove, etc., at 8.30
a. in, and 1.20 p. in.
For Heading. Lebanon nnd llarrisburg, via Al
lenlown, 8.30 a. in. and 1.20 p. m. Sundays,
2.15 p. in.
Foi IMItsvllIc. 8.30 a. m., 1.20 p. m.
Thtough tickets to all points cast, south and
west at lowest latcs at the station.
.1. II. 011LIIAUSKN. Oen. Supt.
II. P. BALDWIN, Oen. Pass. Agt.
New York,Ontario and Western B.B.
TIMF. TABLE IN KK1T.CT SUNDAY, JUNE 24,
Noitb Bouud Tialns.
Seian- Carbon- Arrlvq
ton. ciaie, uauosta,
.,10.40 a. in, 11.20 a.m. 1,05 p.m.
,,, ;. i.i p. iu. S..I p u.i ii. in,
0.00 p. ui.Arrlvo Carbondale, 0.40 p. in,
Soulh Bound Trains. '
;(. la Ji. in. .., p , , ' p. in.
7.00 u. in.
10,02 a. in.
3.31 p. Ill,
7.40 a. m.
10, 1 5 a. m.
4.20 p. m,
2,oy p. 111.
Leav o Leive
Seian- , Carbon
ton, - dale.
aiifin'm. 0.10 a. in.
t ' Cadoala.
7,00 p. in.Arrlvr Carbondale, 7,45 p. m,
7.00 a,, in.
l.'tn p. in. 5.51 p, in.
Nnrtli'nud Scuth on Main Line, at Cadnila.
WJ ,,A'M. 505 and 20S make Main Line
Nil 201 makes connection
neetlons on fundav.
For furlher Information, consult ticket agents,
. !. iviu'HSxOV. Oen. Pass. Aat.. Now. York.
J. i:! WF.LSH, Tiavcling Passenger Agent. Koran
ten. Erie and Wyoming Valley
Timo Table In FITec t September 17, 1000.
Tialns for llavvley nnd local points, connect.
Ing ut llawlev wltli Lrle railroad for New York,
Vvvliiirgli and Intel mediate points, leave Scran.
ton at 7.05 a. in. and 2.21 p. m.
Trains arrive at Scranton at 10.30 a. in. and
D.10 p. in.
llli: WILKKS-BAItltK HKCOHD (IAN BB HAD
in Scianton at tho news stands of rUismaii
Bios., lay Spiuce and 60J Linden) M. Norton,
Si! Lackawanna avenue; l. S. Shutter, 211
MltS. L, T. KKLLF.lt, SOALP .TMATWMr, f4i
shampooing, 50c.; facial massage: autnieuit
log. 25c: chiropody. 701 tiulucy, (
uurg,. Philadelphia. Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and
the West. For Hazleton. Potts
- ' JAi C-i
A J. W--I 'i JL -
r t&-, '