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THE SCKANTON I'mBUNK-SATUliOAY, OCTOBER 6, loW.
COLUMBIA'S NEW OFFICERS
At a meeting of Columbia lloao com
pany, No. 5, tlio following? officers ware
re-elected to servo for the cnnulm:
yenr! President, J. 1 Hoylani fore
man, J. T. Loftus: nsslatant forcmnn,
Edward Henley: trenmircr, James Gor
man: secretary, I'. V. Murnn: driver,
A. L. Sahmj trustees, Thomas Hrcn
nan, P. P. Duffy and T. a. Couehlln:
Firemen's Hellof association commit
tee. John P. McDonnld, A. L. Hnhm
and T. O. CniiRhlln. The firemen de
cided to start a fund at once, whlrh
will bo used next ynur for defrnylnir
the expenses of the company at the
Btatc convention In Philadelphia,
WEDDED AT BINOHAMTON.
Friends In this elty have received
cards announcing the wedding of Miss
Hattle Collum. of Klkdiiie, nnd Ira 11.
Thomas, of Unlondnle. They wore
married In IllnRhamton on October 3,
the wcddlnp; iiolnjr a very quiet one.
Before taklnp up their residence at
Unlondnle they will enjoy a wedding
tour, which will Include Now York,
Baltimore, WashinRton and Philadel
phia. THE HUGHES CASE.
There seems to be some misappre
hension re&ardlnrr the court's award of
damages to Mr. Jloeso Huulies. It
should be known that he simply ap
pealed from the decision of the view
ers nnd did not tnke the Initiative In
the litigation. The twelve Rood nnd
true men who came up here, viewed
the property and sat upon the cao,
doubtless did what they thoucht ivni
fair and all concerned should abide by
their disposition of the matter.
T. E. CAMPBELL APPOINTED.
T. E. Campbell, of this city, stand'
hlcjh In the councils of the state or
ganization of firemen. His term as
vice-president has Just expired and
yesterday his name appeared on the
circular committee, on which he will
serve for a year, having been appoint
ed by the president at the New Castle
convention. Mr. Campbell Is president
of the Mitchell Hose company.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Dr. B. L. Singer, of Philadelphia, Is
home for a vacation of a couple of
C. W. Pulkerson has returned from
Mrs. Ida E. McComb Is in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Keene are visit
ing friends In Lordvllle, N. Y.
Misses Agnes Burke and Marie Mc
Dermott have returned from Scranton.
Bay Williams, of Belmont street, has
returned from a two weeks' visit at
Delhi, N. Y.
John Cardon has returned from New
Mrs. Elmer Seeley Is visiting Scran
Miss Tillle Nealon left yesterday for
Philadelphia, where she will enter the
Conservatory of Music. Miss Nealon Is
a talented young lady, nnd this course
will further embellish her mnnv ne
compllshments. H. C. Wheeler, M. D has returned
from his business trip to New York
The funeral of the late Michael Mc
Mahon will take place from the family
home this nfternoon at 3 o'clock. The
Ancient Order of Hibernians will at
tend the funeral In a body. Interment
will be made in St Patrick's cemetery,
i John Cooper and John Balderson left
yesterday for Allentown, where they
have secured employment.
A. V. Bower, of Scranton, will occupy
the pulpit of the Congregational church
, Services will be held at the usual
time In the Susquehanna Street Bap
tist church tomorrow morning and
evening. Rev. George Hague, pastor.
Rev. B. P. Hammond returned yes
terday from Lake Winola, where he
was attending the retreat of the Pres
byterian ministers and elders.
District Attorney John R. Jones and
family returned yesterday from their
' summer home at Crystal Lake.
Mrs. Reese Polly has returned home
after an extended visit with relatives
Mrs. Benjamin Reynolds, of West
Scranton visited friends In town Thurs-
Mrs. Ellznboth Williams, of Blakely,
returned yesterday from South Gibson,
. where she has been spending the sum
mer. J 'Misses Agnes Hcndrlck, of Hallstcad,
and Maud Harnden, of Carbondale,
were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. K.
-i Mrs. David Sherer, of North Blakely,
has returned from a visit with relatives
Quinine for Colds.
Many people who use quinine for the
cure of colds say that the effect of this
drug Is more disagreeable than the
disease, Krause's Cold Cure Is pre
pared In a convenient capsule form.
and will cure tho most deeply seated
cold In 24 hours without any Interrup
tion to business. They nro pleasant to
take and give you a clenr, fresh sensa
tion while operating. Price 25c, Sold
by Matthews Bros.
Mrs. John Cnllender, of Academy
Btreet, was a Scranton visitor Friday.
Messrs. Priest and Williams, mem
bers of tho school board, visited the
schools of tho central building Friday
Miss Bertha O, Williams Is visiting
ler parents In Sprlngvllle, Susque
jMIss Rose Wledman, of Flcotvllle, Is
tfto guest of Mrs, Judson Callonder, of
rorth Main street.
William Warlleld has returned from
lieach pond, where ho has been snend.
Hng some time,
Mrs. William Bell, of North Main
street, Is seriously Hi,
The young child of Mr. and Mrs.
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VfSmii1 H PHEUPS' Ph,rmac,- " Wyoming '.vcnue.nd
Horace Mender, who has been bo seri
ously lit of croup, Is much better.
Mrs. liyron Peck, of Carbondale, Is
vlslthiff Mrs. J. D. Peck, of Mnln street.
Typhoid fever enscs are still steadily
on the increase. There are now In the
neighborhood of thirty cases In the bo
rough, the majority of the cases are
of mild type. The local physicians ad
vocate the bolting of water for drink
Peckvllle Baptist church Ilcv, J. 8.
Thomns, pastor. Services tomorrow at
10.30 n. m. nnd 7 p. m. Morning sub
ject, "Pour Creatures Mttle but Wise."
Kvenlng subject, "The Itlver of Snlva
tlon." Sabbath school at 11.30 a. tn.
All are welcome.
Services In the Presbyterian church
Sunday at 10.30 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Uev. H. II. Moon, D. D pastor. Sacra
ment of the lord's supper In morning.
Kvenlng subject, "The Constructive
MIslHon of Christ." All welcome.
nny Johns, son of Mr. nnd Mrs, Will
iam Johns, died Inst evening at? 7
o'clock nftcr several days' Illness. Fu
neral notice later.
The funeral services of Elsie Nute,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs Nute,
of West Peckvllle, will take place at
S.30 o'clock this nfternoon at the Bap
tist church, Rev. J. S. Thomns ofllclat
Iiir. Interment will be made In Pros
JERMYK AND MAYFIBLD
Council Meeting Boy Injured Rus
sian Fire Company Organized at
Mayfleld A Jermyn Man Stabbed
The borough council held their
monthly meeting last evening. A
great deal of talk was Indulged In,
but little business transacted. The
secretary was Instructed to notify the
Delawer and Hudson company to put
the street in repair In front of their
pioperty, on North Second street. The
following bills were ordered paid: Jer
myn Press, $1.50; electric lights, $136.70;
Rushbroolc Water company, $56.23; sal
ary chief of police, $15. Tho light com
mittee was Instructed to view the
light nt cemetery and second street,
with a view to changing Its location
for the benefit of the South Second
street residents. Councilman Raw
ling, of the First ward, made an ap
peal for a cross-walk on Rushbrook
street, at the intersection of Third
street, but received no encourage
ment from the rest of the council
men. The street committee were In
structed to advertise for bids for the
putting down of the cross-walks or
dered laid several months ago, and
which have been neglected. Councils
While holding a bicycle for Valen
tine Wall, who was in the act of
mounting the wheel, yesterday, Wil
lie Maxwell, of Second street, was
painfully Injured, the wheel and boy
falling upon him and cutting a gash
In his leg, which necessitated being
stitched. He was attended by Dr. M.
The residents of the hill on tho east
ern side of Mayfleld, have for some
months past been agitating the or
ganization of a fire company. They
have In the past two years had several
costly fires, some of which, without
doubt, could have bern easily sub
dued within a short time after dis
covery had they a fire company In that
section of the borough. The matter
was brought to a head last Tuesday,
when a public meeting was held In
the Russian school house nnd was pre
sided over by Wasll Chopack. Ai fire
company was organized and will be
known as the Russian Fire company.
Eighty-three members lolned the or
ganization and several committees
were appointed. These will report at
a meeting to be held on Tuesday even
ing, when the officers will be elected
and organization perfected. i
The Magazine club met last evening
nt the home of Mrs. H. D. Swlck, on
David Moon, son of Councilman
Moon, who with a number of young
men from this borough Is In Brook
lyn., N. Y was set upon by four thugs
while returning from a theater a few
nights ago. One of them used a knife,
Indicting a cut on the back of young
Moon's hand, which necessitated his
having to be taken to the hospital.
The wound was fortunately not a ser
ious one, and he was able to leave
the institution after the dressing had
The Athletics, of Maylield, and Cres
cents, of Olyphant, will play a game
of base ball on tho lattcr's grounds
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wachna, of
tho Cenral Park hotel, Mayfleld, are
happy over the arrival of a little
The Mayfleld counill will hold their
regular monthly meeting next Mon
day evening. t
The Osborne family will leave this
morning for their new homo In Can
dor, N. Y.
John Burgess has resigned his posi
tion of bookkeeper at Place's store,
Mayfleld, and has gone Into tho In
Tho employes of the Delaware and
Hudson colliery will receive pny for
uiu uib-iii unci inree-quarter days
worked last month this afternoon.
On account of repairs to tho church
there will bo no preaching service In
tho Methodist church at Dalton until
Sunday, October 21, of this month.
Workmen nro placing a steel celling
In tho auditorium of tho Mothodlst
church. Services will bo conducted on
Sunday In tho basement of the Church,
S. E. Finn Is having his house beau
tilled on the exterior by a fresh coat of
Mrs. Charles Purdy is visiting friends
In Now Jersey,
Services will bo hold In tho Baptist
church on Sunday nt Mio usual time,
Tho pastor will speak in the morning
on "Christian Steadfastness' 'nnd in
mo evening on "People Who Worry."
Mrs. Oscar Hosse, Jr., of Rend Bank,
N, J Is visiting her brother at tho
Quite a number of pickerel have been
caught tho past few days at Lily lake.
Androw Terwllllger and wlfo havo
disposed of their household coods ami
j will leave next week for a visit in Col-
umbla county. Later they will start
for their future homo In California.
The death of Sllns Flower occurred
at his residence Tuesday, October 2,
from typhoid fever, aged CO yenrs. Ho
was widely known as he had been a
resident of QoUldsboro for thirty years
and had also been delivering produce
to a large number of private customers
In Scrnnton for a number of yenrs. Ho
was one of the charter members of
Draco Lutheran church and hud served
on t'he church council since Its Incor
poration. Ho was not only nn nctlvo,
consistent Christian, but took an In
terest In the welfare nnd business of
the town. Ho will bo greatly missed
In the church and town ns welt as In
the homo. Ho Is survived by his wlfo
and four children, Miss Florn nnd Miss
Mnry, W. E. nnd Walter Flower. Ser
vices will be held at Clrnco Lutheran
church, Saturday nt 2 p. m.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Cloorgc
Tritchlcr, a son, October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staples, of Scran
ton, arc guests at Edward Staples.
Mrs, it. T. Woodrlng nnd son of
South Bcl'hlchcm, urn spending the
week with or sister, Mrs. Harvey.
Mrs. Hefformnn, Prod Dlerolf nnd
Mr. Hayes are 111 at this writing.
P. E. Bush has necptcd the position
of principal nt the Moscow high school.
L. O. Smith Is spending the day at
Dr. nnd Mrs. Wilson celebrated their
wooden wedding anniversary, or the
fifth year of their married life, Wed
nesday evening. The evening was
spent very pleasantly In social amuse
ments, after which refreshments were
served. Those present were Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ahmed Wilson, Stnnley Rogers,
Scrnnton; Mr. nnd Mrs. George Rogers,
Mill City; Mrs. Sarah Martin, Arthur
Wilson, Duryea; Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Ward, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilson,
Yostvllle: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilson
and children, Jessie, Sherwood, George,
Sidney, Prances, Bessie and Mabel
A large number of Moscow people at
tended the grange fair at Madlsonvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holmes, of
Houcktown, are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schenk.
Mrs. I. S. Tlco nnd Mrs. A. J. Beggs,
of Scranton, are the guests of Mrs. E.
Lloyd Travis left Saturday for New
York, where ho has accepted a posi
tion as clerk.
Miss May Eshleman was agreeably
surprised by a number of her young
friends, Wednesday evening. After tho
usual diversions, refreshments were
served. The following guests were
present: The Misses Kate Dennis,
Susie Edwards, Jessie Travis, Alice
Eshleman, Mamie Bortree, Messrs.
Pred DePew, Ray Maroney, Garfield
Shaw, Clair Pclton, Guy Swart, How
ard Ycager, Moscow; Mrs. TIce, Mrs.
Beggs, Charles Beggs, Scranton; Mason
Glllnnd and Stanley Adams,' Goulds
The Alumni foot ball team held their
first practice on the riverside Krounds
on Thursday afternoon for the coming
season. The team Is composed of the
town's best foot ball players, and In
the past have proven their ability as
to the same. Their manager Is R. Gen
dall, who Is well acquainted with the
game nnd knows every point of It. He
has Invented many plays, which the
team will put into execution this sea
son. The Alumnls are open for anv
and all teams in the county.
Preaching at the Methodist Episco
pal church tomorrow at 10.30 a. in. nnd
7.30 p. m. by the pastor. Rev. Clinton
B. Henry. Special men's meeting at 4
p. m.; subject, "The Great Contest."
Evening subject, "Excuses." Gospel
meetings every week-day at 4 p. m.
an'rt evening nt 7.30 p. m.
The funeral of David S. Davis, of Old
Forge, announcement of whose death
appeared In yesterday's Issue, will oc
cur from his late residence, on Mary
street, tomorrow afternoon nt 2 o'clock.
Interment will be made In the Brick
Services at the Calvary Baptist
church tomorrow at 10.30 n. m. and 6
Rev. J. II. Colclough will nreach at
tho usual hour at tho Presbyterian
Preaching nt tho usual hours at tho
Welsh Baptist church tomorrow by tho
pastor, Rev. D. C. Edwards.
Miss Mary Lawler has been enrolled
at the Scranton Business college.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Conners were
callers In Scranton recently,
Mr. John Eagen left Thursday even
ing for New York, where he expects
to reside for the future.
Mr. P. F. Lawler and Miss Mayme
Reddlngton were united In marriage
at the St. James church Thursday
Messrs. Thomas Ford, Michael
Dougher are visiting friends In Scran
ton. Miss Genevieve Walsh, of Bridge
street, has been enrolled at tho Lacka
wanna school, Scranton.
Miv. Cormlck Qulnn nnd Miss Sadlo
Moore were business callers In Scran
Tho Alerts defeated n team from
Olyphant yesterday by a score of 5
Mr. Martin Rollen was a caller In
Why Experiment On Yourself
With remedies of doubtful utility when
you can got Chnmberlnln's Cough
Remedy, which hns stood tho test of
time? Twenty-five years' salo and ube
havo proven thnt remedy to bo a
prompt and certain cure for colds, it
will cure a cold In a day If token us
soon as tho cold hos been contracted
and before It has settled In tho system.
Sold by all druggists, Matthews Bros.,
wnoiesuio nnu retail agents,
A very pretty wedding took nlaco at
tho homo of Mr. Scott, of MooMc, Wed
nesday, October 3. Tho contiactlng
parties wero Miss Mlnnlo Ace, of
Mooslc, and Mr. Charles A, McMlckur,
of Auburn, Pa, At 8 o'clock the young
couplo entered tho parlor. Tho wed
ding inarch was played by Mrs. Judson
Bailey, Rev, G. F, Ace, brother of tho
brldo, assisted by Rev. Judson Bailey,
performed tho ceremony. Tho bride
was uttended by Miss Galpln, of Nor
wich, N. Y. Mr. Charles Ace, of Dur
yea, acted as best man. The brldo was
handsomely attired In a costume of
pearl grey and carried n bounuot of
bridal roses. The bridesmaid was simi
larly attired and carried carnations.
Congratulations over, a choice colla
tion was served. Tho guests after,
ward enjoyed a happy season of social
Intercourse and also found much pleas-
ure In admiring the beautiful gifts
that betokened the esteem In which
the bride Is held,
Miss Janet Dick Is spending a few
Weeks with friends In Plttston.
Mrs. Prank Polntcn nnd son have re
turned from a week's visit with friends
Cards nre out announcing the coming
mnrrlagc of Mr. Cornelius Ludgatc, of
this plncc, and Miss Riley, of Ashley.
The committee of the different En
worth leagues met at tho Methodist
Episcopal parsonage on Wednesday
afternoon to make arrangements for
tho coming sub-district convention. It
una decided to postpone It Indefinitely.
Mrs. Herbert Ellsworth, of Aldcrson,
nnd Miss Jessie Evcrltts, of Nichols,
N. Y., were the guests of Mrs. Samuel
Brodhcad, Jr., on Wednesday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ferguson and Mrs,
Andrew Decker, of Avoca, were tho
guests of Mrs. William Tlnklcpaugh on
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Academy of Muse.
All week The Don Ton Stock company.
t.nst Three D.is Little Egypt Burlesque com
pany. Miss Coghlan ns Becky Sharp.
Miss Coghlnn as "Becky Sharp" In Charles
roghlan's dramatization ol Thackeray's "Vanity
Pair," which will be made at the Lyceum thea
ter Monday, Oct. 8, has had phenomenal suc
cess In ccry city in which she has plajed
since her opening night. In Mia CoRhlan we
will sec a "Ilccky Sharp" to pl.iy upon every
feeling that thl crmplrx creature awakens in
the rending ol "Vanity Fair." To see Deeky
with the eve nnd hear her a she works her
devilments and perforin her marvel ot deceit
will Indeed lc something to enjoy.
To the eye she will represent Ilccky with a
photographic fidelity. Hut something far more
Important than this something that her great
Impel sona tlon of Cilia Pryse in "The ltovnl
I1o" taught she produce the very spirit and
manner nnd mind of Ilccky. From her tongue
Ileeky's mock humility, deep hypocrisy and tilt
ing wit How with an origin-it and inelstlhle
force and effect. In short, she Is Peckv to the
life. Put this I not all that will he enjojed.
Mli Coghlan compiny ha been organl7cd with
a faithful adherence to the idea ot selecting
actor for poisonal fltncs In ccry cae.
"The Man from Mexico."
Walter K. Perkins whose comedy work In
"My l'rlend from Indh" lent largely to the
success of that play, ha added immcisurcably
to his reputation as n comedian by hi recent
success In "The Man from Mexico," a comedy
which 1 admittedly one of the funniest shown
In recent jenr. It differs distinctly from the
ordinary inn of firce comedies in that it pre
sents an entertainment along laughter compell
ing lines, absolutely free fiom rough methods
and combine to produce a constant flow of mer
riment nnd there Is no suggestion of offense In
lt theme or treatment.
The eempany aiding him includes: Nagle
Harry, Donald Brine, Philip Yale Drew, Angus
tu n. White, John 7'. Iteck. Jerome Harring
ton, Theodore Johnston, Maude A. Scott, Flor
ence Tcmplcton, Marlon Longfellow anel Pearl
J. tYird. It will appear at the Lyceum Tues
day night, Oct. 9. ,
Dainty Paree Burlesquers.
The Painty Paree Burlesquers, nn organbation
of stars of the first magnitude, will he the at
traction at the fiaiety the first hilt of net week.
The opening burlesque, "A Day's Vacation," Is
highly seasoned with bright lines, catchy music
and ludhrou situations, which arc dKcrsffled
with marches. medle,st ballets and popular melo
dic and notel dance by pretty choristers, who
ndd their beauty and oiigin.il sallies to the gen
There I not a line without some blithesome
bit of side diversion, nnd the vaudeville portion
of the cntcftainnicnt take in such welt known
artist a MorrKsy and Illch, comedy sketch duo;
Carroll and Kllston, the Dude and Dudccn; Jean
ette nnd Shaw, the little dinger Girls; tho Gra
hams, ball.idist and song illustrators; the Hos
ted Sisters, songs, dancers and cake walker;
Kohl and Harney, character iiiiporsonatoisj Fow
ler nnd Lonnfiorg, opeiallc vocalists; Mile. Orme,
the sensational Parisian.
A Very Pretty Autumn Wedding
Solemnized at the Home of Mr. and
Mrs. Geoi'ge Crlsman.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Factoryvllle, Pa., Oct. G. The pret
tiest wedding that hns occured in this
place for a long time was solemnized
at tho home of Mr. and Mrs, George
Crlsman, a very pleasant farm home
just on the suburbs of tho borough,
last Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock,
when their youngest daughter, Bertha
V., was united In marriage to Mr.
Stnnley Nelson Slmrell, of Scranton.
Tho home was elaborately decorated
with evergreens, ferns, autumn leaves
of tho various hues that Nature's art
ist had designed nnd painted for this
particular occasion, anil bridal flowers
that bloom only when Nature's foliage
looks her prettiest. Tho arch was
erected In the southern corner of the
parlor nnd was a beautiful picture of
Nature's handiwork. About sixty
guests responded to the Invitations
sent out, and us the bridal clock was
striking tho hour of eight, Mrs. Wal
ter B. Cobb, of Scranton, played tho
bridal chorus from Lohenxrln and tho
wedding procession marched to tho
arch. The brldo was atonded by Mljs
Katie Beck, of Harrlsburg, N. J and
the bridegroom by Mr. Bert J. Crls
man, a twin brother of the bride. Rev.
W. M. Hlller performed the ceremony.
The brldo was attired In cream silk,
trimmed with crope-de-chlffon, and
carried a bouquet of bridal roses. Tho
bridesmaid was attired In a very pretty
gown of blue organdie silk, trimmed
with white chiffon, and carried a bou
quet of pink roses. After tho cere
mony n wedding supper was served,
Tho brldo was tho recipient of many
beautiful presents, among them sev
eral hniulsomn sums of gold. Mrs.
Slmrell was one of our very best known
young ladles, and had a host of warm
friends who will miss her society and
ninny good deeds of kindness, Mr. Slm
rell Is a well-known Factoryvlllo boy,
and for many years has made himself
popular hero as a businessman, and In
fcoclety. Ho, too, has a very laigo
clrclo of close frlonds both hero and In
Scranton who wish them a long life of
happiness nnd prosperity, Mr, Slmrnll
Is connected with tho International
Correspondence School of Scranton,
Mr, and Mrs. Slmrell left on tho mid
night train for a week's trip through
Now York state and Canada. Upon
their return they will reside in Scran
ton. Thoso present at tho wedding wore
nB follows; Messrs. Walker, Sweeney,
McLaughlin and Capwell, of tho Inter
national Correspondence School, of
Scranton, and Mr, and Mrs. Walter
Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Gardner, of
Bcrnntoni Miss Henrietta Slmrell, of
Blakely; Messrs. Elmer nnd Arthur
Slocum, of Justus, Pa.; Mr, W. D.
Crlsman, Mrs. Ray Bcardslcy and
daughter, Muriel, of Blnghumton, N,
Y.; Miss Katie Beck, of Harrlsburg,
N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Finn, Mr. C.
D. Finn, Miss Bertha Capwell, of Dal
ton, Pa.; Mr. Howard Bailey, of La
Plume, Pa.; Mr, and Mrs. Jefferson
Green, of Montrose; Mr. and Mrs. G, p,
The People's Exchange.
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OX!'. OF TUB FINEST LOCATED, BEST
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3.32 Madison avenue.
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RE A L ESTE
W. T. HACKETT BUYS, SELLS, BENTS, IN
sure, exchange, uppialses and cares for
property. Price building.
MAniNE COBPS UNITED STATES NAVY BE
crults wanted Able-bodied men; service on
our warships in all parts of the world nnd on
land in the Philippines, when required. Lieu
tenant Colonel B. B. Russell. N. W. Corner Lack
awanna and Wyoming avenues, Scranton.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN STKAKIHT LOANS
once. Curry, Conncll building.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN. QUICK,
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to 8 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
314-315 Connell building.
IMPOUNDED IN THE BABN OP O. W. JEN-
klas, South Deckers court, a light red cuw-.
If the same Is not called for- she will be offered
at public sale Wcdneiy, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m.
Frank Kobling, Chief of Police.
DBESSMAKINQ FOB CHILDBEN TO ORDER;
also ladles' waists. Louise Shoemaker, 212
LOST-FRIDAY MORNING, A BUNCH OF KEYS.
Reward upon return to 414 Vine street.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF PROPERTY ON
Seventh street between West Lackawanna
avenue ami Sciantnn street. The following is a
iy of a icsolutlon of Cily Councils ot the
Citv of Scranton, Penna., approved Sept. It,
Resolved, By the Common Council of the City
of Scr.intnn, the Select Council concunlng, that
Seventh stieet finin Wet l.ickawnffna avenue to
Scranton stieet. be nuved. and the cost thereof
bo assessed against the ahuttlng properties ac
cording to the foot front rule. Providing that
three-fourths of all the members elected to each
branch of the Councils shall vote In favor ther
of. On the passage of this resolution by the
said three-fourth vote and its approval by the
Jlajor, tho City Clerk shill publish a copy there
of, fur a period of ten dajs, In two newspapers
published in the Cily of .scranton, stating that
unless a majority of the owners of property
abutting on said Seventh street between the
points above named, shall signify to councils
in writing within sixty dajs from the date of
the approval of this resolution, their preference
of the material desired for such pavement.
Councils will proceed to p.is an oidinance di
recting the paving ol s.ild lond or street, between
the points above named, with such material as
they see fit.
Approved by Select Count il, Sept. 20, 1000.
CIIAS. F. WAONKlt, Preldent.
Approved by Common Council, Aug. i, 1000.
WM. V. GRIFFITHS, President.
.Approved Sept. 27, 1000.
JAMES MOIR, Major.
Published In pursuance of provisions of the
foregoing resolution. M. T. LAVKLLK,
Scranton, Pn Oct. 4, 1900. City Clerk.
Wells, Miss Jennie Wells, Mr. Joyeph
Crlsman and Miss Sadie Crlsman, all
of South Montrose; Mr. S. D. Lead
beater, of New London, Conn.; Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Place, Ml?s Anna Place,
Mr. Judson Place, of East Lemon, Pa.;
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hlller, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Watklns, Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs L. D. Arm
strong, Mr. W. C. WrlRley, Miss Jo
sephine Llndsoy, Mrs. Sarah Slmrell,
Mrs. John Lewis, Mr. Howard Capwell,
Miss Lena Capwell, Mr. Karl Jones,
Mr. and Mrs, Georp;o Crlsman, Miss
Hattio Crlsman and Mr. Bert Crlsman,
all of Factoryvllle.
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
Ariel, Oct, 5. Mr. James Blffljart fei
from a ladder, Thursday afternoon,
and received a severe shock. Fortun
ately no bones jvoro broken, and It li
hoped that no serious rcsuls will fol
low, althourrh nt this time ho Is con
fined to his bed.
Mrs. Caroline Swingle, of Snlem,
spent Tuesday ut tho home of Mrs.
Itov, L. 15. Van Hoehon returned from
Blnghamton on Mondny, whero ho hid
been assisting Hev. M. V, Williams In
revival nicotines at tho Fulrview
Methodist Episcopal churdh.
Mrs. Amy Polly entertained a num
ber of her friends at dinner on Friday,
Mr, John Blggart spent Thursday In
Rov, L. E. Van Hoesen and Mr. W.
II. Hazlett were In Honesdaie on
At New Yoik r, u, p,
Boston , ,,,,,,,,,0 00 0 0 00 11 HI 2
New York , ,,,..,6 0 0 0 1 0 2 x 10 1
Batteries Willis and Clark; Taylor and Bow.
ciman. Umpire Snyder.
At St. Louis u, ii, j.;.
St. Loul ,..,,.0300021000 10 j
Cincinnati ...0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1
Batterlea Sudhoff and Robinson j Scott and
WANTEIrMKNFOrt SCHANTOS'I CAN
make from two to five dollars a day) big
money and quick return. Call between 2 and S
P. in. C. D. Swift, 422 Council building.
WANTKD-.M MACIIINIi ltt'NNEBS AND HELP
era for shaft work! wages, $2.50 to $2,"fl per
day of eight hours. Also two pump runner;
wages flj per month. Address A. S. Phillip,
Superintendent, llenrj, W. Va.
sample to wholesale and retail trad'. We
arc the largest manufacturers In our line In the
world. Liberal salary paid. Address, OAN-DEX
Mfg. Co., Savannah, tla.
WANTKD-SALi:9lN; 75 MONTHLY AND
expeascs; permanent. Perry Nursery Co.,
Bochcster, N. Y.
place a took; good all-round cook. Call or
address, John Savage, .lit Centre street.
SITUATION WANTED-SALKSM.VN STABTINO
on trin through Pennsvlvauia. would retire-
sent some good line on tommisdiou. 0. K,,
SITUATION WANTED BY MAN AND WIFE,
capable of taking charge of household work
in private family; wife I good cook and expert
housekeeper; man to make himself generally use
ful. Address II. L , Tribune olllce.
AS EXPI'.BIENCED WOMAN WISHES A I'OSI-
tlon as house keener or light housework In a
mill family. 313 Cherry street, Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED BY A JUN AND WIFE,
who are capable of assuming charge of hotel.
restaurant or boardinir home: experienced and
rerpumlble; wife is expert housekeeper and
overseer of help; man is intelligent, Rood pen
man, etc., ami can adapt himself to any posi
tion where worth and a desire to render his
services valuable are required. Address C. C,
SITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN TO OO
out by the day washing; or cleaning;. Mrs.
Russell, 1121 Cedar avenue.
WANTED-HY A YOIJXO COLORED MAN,
place as cook; Rood all around cook. Call or
address 32.1 Center street. John Saraite.
WORK WANTED-HY THE DAY, WASHING,
ironing or cleaning. L. E., South Ninth street.
WORK WANTEn-BY A YOUNH LADY; UN-
dentands making good coffee and salads; also
senlng or assisting as ladies' maid for evenings.
L. E 430 Soutli Ninth street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG OIBL 10
assist with light homework, or oihYe girl.
Call or address, A. M., 425 New street city
A. D. BBH30S CLEANS ritIVY VAULTS AND
ciss pool: no odor. Improved pumps used.
A. B. BRItlfiS. Proprietor. Leave ordtrs 1100
North Main avenue, or KIckc's drug store, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Telephone 0540.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C SPAULDINQ, C. P. A., 23 TRAD-
era' Bank building.
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNELL
building, Si ranton.
FBEDEBICK L BROWN, ARCHITECT, PRICE
bulluinir, 120 Washington avenue, Scranton.
Cabs and Carriages.
RUBBER TIRED CABS AND CARRIAOES; BEST
of servlt c Prompt attention given orders, ny
'phone. 'Phones 2072 and 5332. Joseph Kclley,
DR. C. E. EILENBEBOER. PAULI BUILDING,
Spiuce street, Scranton.
DB. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PRIVATE HOS
pitai, corner Wyoming and Mulberry.
DR. C. C. LAUIIACH, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
DB. II. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Bestaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE
nue. Hates reasonable.
P. ZE1GLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. & W. PAS-
scneer depot. Conducted on the European plan,
VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
J. W. BROWNING, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-lor-at-Iavv.
Rooms 312-31.1 Mears building.
D. B. REPLOOLE. ATTORNEY-LOANS NE0O-
tiatcd on real estate security. Mears building,
corner Washington avenus and Spruce street.
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL.
lor-at-Iavv. Burr building, Booms 13 and 14,
WILLABD, WARREN fi KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and counsellors-at-lavv. Republican building,
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN.
tcllors-at-lavv. lommonweaitn nuuuing, iiooms
10, 20 and 21.
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Rooms oil, am anu oio iioaru oi iraae Dunn
ing. EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY.
KQ-rtM, Oth floor, Mears building.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
ot Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
C. B. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HOARD
ot Trade building, Seianton, pa,
PATTERSON A- Wll.COX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. CO.MEGYS, 0-1.1 REPUBLICAN HUILDINQ.
A. W. RERTIIOLF, ATIORNEY, MEARS BLDG.
Physicians and Surgeons.
"liTALLKN, 511 NORTH WASHINGTON
DB. S. W, L'AMOHEAU.Y, OFFICE S39 WASH,
ington avenue, Residence, 1318 Mulberry.
C'hrnnio diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys and
ecnitn-urlnary organs a specially, Hours, 1 to
4 p. in.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, SCRANTON,
Pa, Course preparatory to college, law, medi
cine or business. Opens Sept, 12th. Send for
catalogue. Bev, Thomas M Cann, LL. D prin
cipal and proprietor; W, E. I'luraley, A. 11.,
a. B. CLARK & CO., SEEDSMEN AND NURS.
erymen, store 01 Washington avenuo; green
houses, 1050 North Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL, BEAR 511 LACKAWANNA
avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufacturer ol Wire
BAUF.R'8 ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR BALLS,
picnics, parties receptions, weddings and con
cert work furnished. For terms address R. J,
Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue, over
llulbert's muilo itore.
MEOAUOEB BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN.
yelopes, paper bigs, twine. Warehouse, ISO
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa.
RAILROAD TtME TABLE
flchcdule In Effect May 2t, 1800.
J'R'ns lonve Scranton!
J1, m'l week ay 0' Sunbury,
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington nnd for Pitts-
n -o urg nnd tho We8tl
0.3B a. m., week days, for Hneleton,
Pottsville, Heading, Norristown,
nnd Philadelphia fnnd for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Bnltimore,WnshinRtou and Pitts
burg nnd the West.
2.18 p, ni., week days, (Sundayi
1.58 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore
Washington and Pittsburg am
the West. For Hazleton, Potts
v"le, Bending, &c, week days.
4.37 p. m., week dnys, for Sunbury,
Hnzleton, Pottsville, Hnrrisburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
.t. II. WOOD, flen. Pass. Act.
J. B. IIUTCHINMIN, Hen. Mgr.
Delaware Lackawanna nnd Westerxv
In ElTect .Tune 10. 1000.
Solltll Lc.1V t!l-rntl.in In. Vnu Vn.LV at 1.45.
S.rjO, U0, 8.00 and 1O.0", a. tn.. 12.fM. J.fl3 anil
B-IO p. in.
I'm- IU.tla.lAlnl.U n R ifl R tt ttHll
lo.Ofi n. m.; 12.C5 anil .1.1.1 p. ni. For Strouds
Jura at 0.10 p. m. Milk and accommodation a
?n?.p' m' A"1 t llnboken nt 0.65, 7.18,
10. 1. 1 I. m i 14 no n j a m ? i ...! nil m m
1. rtl.'" "- ." ""-" ;"t -.---"-
arrive at Philadelphia nt 10.00 a. m,
iS? P'L9"2 P- m- Arrive from f.
1.0V 4.00 and 10.20 ,1. m.; 1.00, 1.5
and 11 ;io p. ,, j,'rnm stroiid"burir i
rt2JV0 ' tMiUncIotphla nt W.OO n. m.; 1.05, 8.48,
Now iorx a
S3, 5.43. 8.4S
at n fir. a. m.
. - a nun nvivMiu-'i'inh sj ----
mediate stations nt l.lO, 4.10 and 8.30 a. m.
'oS, 0.43, and ii,35 n. m. For Oswego and Syra
cuse atl.'iO'n. tn. and 1.5S p. tn. For Utlca at
1-10 a. m. and jtBS m y0T Montrose at S.30
'"I " p. m. and 5.41 p. in. For NlchoU
Ij oM-00 ""' P- !. For ninghainton, 10.28
.? ii? P- m- Airlve in Scranton from Buffalo
1.80, 2.55, s.ar, and 10.00 a. m.; .1.30 and S.00.
ii- rom 0'ego and Syracuse at it.Ti a. ni.;
?; ,m! R-" P- '" from Htlca at 2.55 a. m.s
i-S and 3.H0 p m. From Nicholson at B.60 a.
m. and 0.00 p. m. From Montrose at 7.53 and
itS.11, .m-: ;,'!(, ni1 s- P- " -
iiloornsburg Division Leave Scranton for
jMrthumberlnnrt nt fi.lB, 10.05 a. m.: 1.55 and
f;-W P. in. por , mouth at 1.05. .1.40. 8 55 and
nf v '';, m- Fnt Natitlcnke nt 8.10 a. ni. Arrlvo
at iVorthuniberlnnd nt 0.S1 a. in.; 1.10, D.00 and
ri.p- I11, rl,,, at N.intlroko nt 0.10 a. m.
lin '''."nouth at 2.00, 4 32, 0.50 p. m. ami
fc.i. "; "' Arrive at Scrnnton from Northum
berland at 0.42 a. m.; 12.35, 4.50 nnd 8.45 p.
Pin.. .ri0m Nontlcoke nt 11.00 a. m. From
Plymouth at 7.60 a. m., 3.20, 6 35 and 11.10 p. m.
:. . SUNDAY TRAINS,
n, . ! ''rJ-Mve Scranton 1.40, 3.00, 5.40, 10.05 a.
v S;2'''. :un nn'I "-10 P- m
ivorth Leave Scranton at 1.10, 4.10 a. m.; 1.65.
5- and H..1S . m.
"loomshurg Division Leave Scranton at 10.0S
" ni. and B.M p m.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect .Tune l.ltli, 1000.
Trains for Carbondale leave Scranton at 6.20,
7.53, 8.51. 10.13 a. m. ; 12.00, 1.21, 2.20, 3.52, 8.2J.
0.25, 7.57, 0.15 11,15 p. m.-. 1.10 a. m.
For Honesdaie ami Lake Lodorc 6.20, 10.12 a,
m.: 2.2(1 nnd 5.25 p. m.
For Wilkes-Barre-6.45, 7.18. 8.41, 0.39, 10.43 a,
m.; 12.03, 1.28, 2.18, 3.33, 1.27, 0.10. 7.49, 30.11,
11.-10 p. m.
For L. V. R. B. polnts-6.45 a. m.; 12.03, S.18,
3.3.1 and 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsylvania R. R. points 0.45, 0.38
m.: 2.18 nnd 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 0.20 a. nu
and 3.52 p. m.
For Cnrbondalr 7.20, 0.00, 11.33 a. m.j 2.20,
3.52, 5.47. 10 52 p. tn.
For Wllkes-nnrre 0.S8 a. m.; 12.0.1, 1.53, S.28.
4.42. 0.27, 8 27 p. m.
For Albany nnd points north 3.82 p. m.
For Honesdaie and Lake Lodorc 0.00, 11.33 a.
m. and 3.52 p. m.
Lowest rates to all points in United States and
J. W. BURDICK, a. V. A., Albany, N. T.
II. W. CROSS. D. P. A., Scranton. Pa.
Lehigh Valley Ballroad.
In Effect May 27, 1000.
Trains Leave Scranton. J
For Philadelphia and New York via TJ. & H.
R. R., nt fi.45 a. m. and 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Blac't
Diamond Express), nnd 11.30 p. in. Sundays, D.
& II. R. It.. 1.6S, 7.48 p. m.
For White Haven, Hnilcton anil principal
points In the coal regions, via D. ft II. R. K.,
0.45, 2.18 and 4,27 p. m. For Pottsville, 6.45,
2.18 p. m.
For Bethlehem, Easton, Rending, Harrlsburg
and principal intermediate stations via D. It II.
11. R., 0.45 a. m.; 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dla
mom! Express), 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. & II,
U. R., 1.68. 7.48 p. m.
For Ttinkhannock. Towanda Elmira, Ithaca,
Geneva and principal intermediate stations, via
D, L. & W. B. It., 8.03 a. m.; 1.05 and 3.3S
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago, and nil polntH west, via D. Is H. R. R.,
12.0.1, 3.3.! (Black Diamond Express), 7.48, 10.41,
11.30 p. ni. Sundays, D. & II. R. R., 12.08 p.
m.; 7.4S p. m.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh Valley
parlor cars on all trains between Wllkea-Barra
and New York. Philadelphia, Buffalo and Buss
ROLI.IN II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt., 20 Cortlandl
street, New York.
CHARLES S. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt., 23 Cortlanfl
atreet, New York.
A. W. NONNEMACHER, DIv. Pass. Agt., Soijtbj
For tickets and Pullman reservations apply 30
Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Central Ballroad of New sTersoy.
Stations in New York Foot of Liberty street,
N. R and Soutli Ferry.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 20, MOO. I
Trains leave Scranton for New York, Newark
Elizabeth, Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, AlJ
lentown, Mauch Chunk and White Haven, at 8.30J
a. m.: express, 1.20; express, 4.00 p. in. SunJ
davs, 2.15 p. tn
For Plttston and Wilkes-Bnrre, 8.30 a. m.j 1.20J
and 4.00 p. m. Sundays, 2.1$ p. m.
For Mountain Park, 8.30 a, tn., 1.20 and 4.00
p. ra. Sundays, 2.15 p. m.
For Baltimore and Washington, and point
South and West via Bethlehem, 8.30 a. m., 1.2a
p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch. Ocean Grovi, etc., at 8.30J
a, m. and 1.20 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg, via AN
lentown, 8.30 a. m. and 1.20 p. m. Sundays,
2.15 p. m.
For Pottsville, 8.30 a. tn., 1.20 p. m.
Through tickets to all points east, south anJ
west at lowest rates nt tho station.
.1. II. OHLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
II. V. BALDWIN, Oen. Pass. Agt. '
New York,Ontarlo and Western B.B,
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, JUNE 21,
North Bound Trnlai.
Leav o Leave,
10.10 a. m. 11.20 a, m.
:u'i n. m. 4.32 n. m.
1 " I
1.05 p. m.
0 00 p. m. Arrlvo Carbondalo, 0.10 pi in.
C.-ii,Mi rtnnnrl Trilna
B.I3 p. in.
7,00 a. in.
O in n tn lftfW, m
7,40 a. my
10. n a. m,
.20 p. mi
joa 2,05 p. m. 3.81 p. m.
T.eav o Leave)
.. fi fin n. nt. 0.10 a.m.
10.41 n. m.
"09 ".'.".7.7 7.00 p. m.Arrlve Carbondale, 7.45 p. ml
Cadosla, Carbnndile. Scrnnton.,
505 7.00a. in, 7.40a.m.
on?.. 4.30 p.m. 5.51 v.m. 0.31 p.m.
" Train No. 201 makes connection for point
North and South on Main Line, nt Cadosla.
T..ina Kos. 205 and 20S make Main Lino com
ncctlons on Bundiy. '
ncctlons on Bundiy,
For further Information, consult tlcl
J O. ANDERSON', Oen. Pass, Agt., N
J IJ, WELSH, Traveling Passenger As
... ,r, UKCilia,
Erie and Wyoming Valley
Tlmo Table in Effect September 17, 10M.
Trains for Ilavvley nnd local points, connect.
Ing at llavvlev with Erh railroad for New York,
Nevvbumh ami intermediate points, leave Scran,
ton at 7,05 a. in and 2.2J p. nj.
Trains arrive at Scranton at 10.30 a. m. and
0.10 p. m.
THE WILKESBARRE RECORD CAN BE HATI
In t-cranton at tho pevvs stands of Rctwi.ir
Bros., 405 Spruce and 50.1 Linden; Jl, Norton.
32J Lackawanna avenue; I. S. Shutzcr, 211
MBS. I. T. KKLLFIt, SOALP TREATMENT. 60lv;
shampooing, fA: facial massage; luanfcuri
ing, 25o. j chiropody, JM quincy. "
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