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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1900.
WILL HOLD AUTOPSY.
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f Coroner Will Irapnnol Jury In Her-
f v bert Case.
Edward Herbert, who wns stnbbftci
' Sunday night nnd who lingered be
tween lite nnd death four dnys find
one-hnlf, died early vcstcrtlnv morn
ing. Coronor Hoberts has announced that
he will hold nn Inquest at 3 o'clock
Deceased wnB the only snn of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Henry Herbert, with whom
lie resided at 173. Dundaff street. He
was born In this city, May S, 1872, and
Js parents are the only Immediate
rrvlvbrs. The funeial will bo held
nda'y afternoon at ,1 o'clock, llev. It.
K Sawyer, of Trinity 10jlcopnl church,
A FRIGHTENED FAMILY.
LThe members of the family of Itobr-rt
oyles have been thrown Into a state
of fear by the escape of Movies from
the Hillside home. Tt will be remem
bered that Moyles was convicted of
mistreating his family and that the
doctor pronounced him Insane nnd he
was placed In the Hillside homo In
stead of In Jail. While before court he
jumped throiiRh the court house win
dow to the lawn, fully thirty feet bil
low. Movies twice escaped from his
prison before and the tliltd escape was
made Wednesday. He broke through a
window and then bcalod the fence. He
was since seen, It Is said, at Olyphnnt,
but no further trace of him has been
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Joseph Jermyn, nf Scrnnton, was fi
caller In Carbondale yesterday.
The Carbondale Commercial Institute
will In a few days move from Salem
nvenue to the Anthracite building.
Miss Mary Kennedy haa returned
from New York.
Miss Cora Estnbrook Is on the sick
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ncalon have
returned from New York.
Miss Grace Heller, of Seeleyvllle, Is
Visiting friends in this city.
Therp is still no coal for sale nt thn
Delaware and Hudson chutes except to
employes of the company who are
working, and these can secure only
stove or egg coal.
The parts for the new pipe organ for
St. Bose church hnve arilved and a
gang of organ builders nrc putting it
in position In the new edifice.
Alderman S. S. Jones will preside at
the mock trial to be given in the room
of the Young Men's union next Tues
The local board of health, after vis
iting the source of supply of the Arch
bald i (atcr company, which company
fuinip.ies water to Blakely borough
consume:;!, have decided tint th-i
water is pure and wholesome. The
board also made i tour of the bor
ough and found many unsanitary
places, which will receive their Im
mediate attention. For spvernt day3
past, there have bean no n-;v cases
of typhoid fever reported, and It Is
thought that prccurtionary methods
and the coming on of cold weather
Jill effectl-ely stump out the disease.
The sKth annual reunion of the
English family was celebrated Wed
nesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Homr English. ot Hickory street.
There was a large attendance. A very
Interesting programme had been pre
viously prepared, consisting of recita
tions, Instrumental music and songs.
After the rendering of the programme
the following officers were chosen for
tne ensuing year: President, Cameron
English; secretary. William Williams:
treasurer, John English. It was voted
that the next gathering, or reunion,
would be held at the home of Mr.
Norman English, at Freytown, Pa., on
October 11, 1901. The following people
were present: Mr. and Mrs. Alexan
der English, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron
English, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Babcock,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Campbell, Mrs.
Mary Campbell, Mrs. rtobecra Hatch,
of New Albany, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
Norman English. Mr. and Mrs, P. n.
English, son and daughter, Charles
EngllFh, Mr. und Mrs. William Bas
ley and daughter of Freytown, Lacka
wanna county; Mrs. Elizabeth Turner,
of Scott; Mr. and Mrs, Charles Sutter;
Nora, Gus and Anna Sutter, Lehigh;
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Daniels. Hnwley, Pa.;
Mr. and Mr. J. B. Snyder, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Williams and family, MUs
Sarah Decker, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Snyder and daughter, Mrs. John
Decker nnd son, Mrs. Frederick G.
Snyder, of Scranton; Miss Lucy Van
Gorder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vun
Gorder. Moscow; Mr. and Mrs. John
English, Joseph English, Mr. und Mr,
ITomer English, Mua Arthur, Frink
WPltc-r, , Eddie and Ah In English, 1
Peckvllle, and William J Ruth, Carl
and 'Rnlpn Williams, of Scranton.
Pecltvlllo Baptist church, Rev. J. S.
Thomas, pastor. Servieu tomorrow nt
10.30 n. ?n.; subject, "All Things Are
v Vour's." Sabbath school at 11.30. In
the evening u union temperance meet
ing will be held In the Mrthodlst
Service In the Presbyterian church
Bundoy at 10.30 a. m., Itav. S, H, Moon,
pastor. Subject, "God's Work Within
Us." Union temperance service In the
evening at the Methodist Episcopal
Mrs. W. S, Bloes nnd son, Lee, nre
upending a few days with Wilkes
Mr. Charles H, Beattys received
word Wednesday of the death of his
aunt, Mrs. W. D. Osborne, of New
Tork city. Mr. and Mrs. Beattys will
leave today to attend the funeral.
Harriet Bird, aged 4 years, S months
and 2 days, daughter of ..Mr. and Mrs.
George Bird, died Thursday night, The
funeral will bo held In the Madison
vllle church, Sunday at 11 a. m. In
terment will be made in the Union
Daniel Gardner left Monday for Phil
adelphia, where he will resume his
StBOtlXM nMdi a rtllaolt, rceatkly. WgoUtlna madlelno.. Only barmlas Ui
a Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal PUfls
v!Tjiyor prompt, Mfo and oerUln la roulU " w
w Tbo "cniifoft (Dr. Peal') inter diiaDDolnt Bold for tl.00tr box.
fr, 4UV by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pnarmtclat, ccr. Wyemlng avenue and
studies nt the University of Pennsyl
vania, Mrs. B. O. Kills, of Lmng Island City,
who has been spending the summer
with her sister, Mrs. John Scott, re
turned home Thursday.
The Loyal Temperance Legion held
a social In their rooms Wednesday
"Itally Sunday" services will be held
In the Methodist Episcopal church by
the Sunday school Sunday morning,
services beginning at 10 o'clock. The
parents are especially Invited to at
tend. Howard Robinson left Monday to at
tend school at Philadelphia.
Bert Blesecker has purchased Lance
Dcl'ew's place on Brown street nnd
moved there this week.
A surprise pnrty was tendered Miss
Itnchel Van Brunt nt hrr home. Oct. (1.
A large number of friends were pres
ent. The overling was spent In games,
etc., until a lute hour, when supper
William Hinds has moved In the
house vncated by Bert Blesecker.
Mrs. John Scott Is spending a few
days nt Long Ialand Cltv.
JERMYN AND MAYFIBLD
Sunday Sorvlcea Pny-Dny nt Hill
side Collieries Personal News.
"Follow Thou me" will be the sub
ject of the third nnd last of the series
of moi nlng sermons on the general
text, "Whosoever would come aftPr
me, let him deny himself and take up
his cross dally und follow me," at the
Flr-ht Baptist church tomorrow. In the
evening the third of a course of ser
mons on "The Handwriting on the
Wall" will be delivered.
At the Primitive Methodist church
the pnstor's subjects u 111 be: Morning,
"A Christian's Best;" evening, "Back
sliding." The regular monthly meeting of the
Ladles' Aid society of the Primitive
Methodist church will be held Mondny
afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. H. Mayne.
While digging a ditch In the neigh
borhood of Hosmer Fowler's residence,
on Fourth street, this week, an Indian
arrow point was found. The point was
a perfect one, nearly four inches In
The employes of the Glenwood, Erie
and Keystone collieries will recelw
their September pay today.
Dr. S. D. Davis and Silas B. Hill went
to Carbondale last evening to ploy
some of the Carbondale whlsters.
A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Cole, of May field, died yesterday.
Engineer Wllmot Hall-and famllv
are moving Into the Dunn property on
Main street, lately vacated by Mr. and
Miss Mamie Roberts.of Second street.
Is taking a course of study in the
Scranton Commercial school.
A little Bon arrived yesterday at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoft
somer, of Bacon street.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Muldoon. of
the East Side, have moved to Brad
ford, where they expect to reside per
manently. Mrs. Mary Green, of Plttston. is vis
iting her son, L. A. Green, of South
The annual meeting of the Jermyn
Cemcterv association will be held in
Enterprise hall next Friday evening.
Miss Mary Bradley, of Bacon strrpt,
is visiting in New York city.
Mr. A. J. Gavin, of the Forest house,
wns a Scranton visitor on Thursday.
Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Dempsey, of Third street, is ill, threat
ened with an attack of typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hathaway en
tertained a company of friends at their
home in Blakely Thursday evening.
Several pleasant hours were enjoyed
iy the members of the party.
Mrs. George Douglass, of Blakely,
who was painfully injured by" a fall
on Monday Is Improving.
Services will be resumed In St.
George's Episcopal mission, in Ed
wards' hall, tomorrow afternoon at
3.30 o'clock. Rev. E. J. Hnugton will
Rev. Anthony Iveson, of Houtzdnle,
Pa., will occupy the pulpit in the
Primitive Methodist church tomorrow
morning and evening.
Mrs. Richard Evans and children, of
Jermyn, who have been visiting Mrs.
John Evans, of Lackawanna street,
returned home yesterday.
Miss Sadie Rogan attended a euchre
party at Carbondale last evening.
Miss Carrie Blume, of West Scrnn
ton, spent Thursday with Miss Jennie
Kennedy, of Blakely.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest David have
moved to the Mott residence nt Mott
Mrs. T. W. Wntklnfi nnd Mrs. C. S.
Lewsley spent yesterday with Taylor
Miss Clara Hull has returned from
a month's visit with relatives In New
Clarence Bonstein. of Plttston. wns a
visitor in town yesterday.
A number from here nttended a
meeting of the Baptist Young Peo
pie's union nt Taylor yesterday.
Miss Alice Evans, of Hyde Park,
visited friends nt this plnrehon Thurs
day. The Russian Independent Political
club, of Olyphant, will meet at Hnrrv
Blnnlnr's hall, October 22. The club
comprises a large membership In Prlcc
burg and Olyphnnt. The president Is
.Simon Havernlk; vice-president, Harry
Wllkaj secretary, Joseph Osenlna.
Business of importance. All membeis
are respectfully requested to attend.
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cui o of colds say that the effect of this
drug h, more disagreeable than the
disease. Krauso's Cold Cure Is pie
rared In a convenient capsule form,
and will cure the most deeply sented
cold In 24 Hours without any Interrup
tion to business. They nre pleasant to
take and give you a clear, fresh sonaa
tlon while operating, Price 25c. Sold
by Matthews Bros.
Mr, and Mrs. Luther Bellows, daugh
ter and granddaughter, of East Can-
ACTS GENTLY ,,- J K.
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FOR SALC 6V All 0BU66I5TS. PRICt SOc.PtRBOTTl
ton, Bradford county, are visiting Mr.
Miss Carrie Dntorman Is visiting
friends In Philadelphia,
J. Joseph, of Scranton, was a caller
O. Benham, of Dockertown, N. J.,
and Ed. Shove, of TJntondale, N. J
wore the guests of M. Louis Buckley
Ernest Buckley, who was seriously
Injured by the collapse of the water
tank at the condensery, Is convalesc
ing. Mr. Merton Colvln, who was also
Injured at the snme time, Is not so
F. W. Tenant and Ward Farkor have
returned from York slnto with a car
load of horses.
returned from Sayrc, Pa., where they
have been visiting Mrs. Merrill's par
ents. Mr. Daniel Leighton, of York state,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. James
McCormlck Inst Wednesday.
Mrs. G. E. Merrill and baby have
bany, New York, are visiting Rev.
nnd Mrs. C. A. Reynolds nt the Metho
dist Episcopal parsonage, on their
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Whitbcck, of Al-
The usual Sunday services will be
held at the Baptist and Methodist
Episcopal churches tomorrow.
Orders for the Scranton Tribune can
be left at Martin Bold's barber shop.
William Tell Rifle Club Issue a Chal
lenge B. Y. P. U. Rally Religious
and Other Newsy Items.
The William Tell Rifle club of this
towrt, which comprises some of thubeit
rifle shots In this valley, Is arranging
a match for a scries of games with
the Wllkes-Barre Gun club for the
championship of both counties.
The Baptist Young People's union of
the Welsh Baptist church held a very
interesting meeting In the church audi
torium yesterduy afternoon. Many dele
gates from other Baptist unions were
present. The occnslon was the pres
entation of a banner, which was won
by the Taylor Baptist church union for
selling the largest number of tickets at
a recent excursion of tho societies to
Harvey's lake last August.
Services at the Welsh Uiptlst church
tomorrow as usual, Rev. D. C. Edwards
ofliciating; Sunday school at 2 p. m.
Sabbath services at 10.30 a. m. and
7.30 p. m. tomorrow at tho Methodist
Episcopal church, when the pastor-,
Rev. C. B. Henry, will offlclnto, Sun
day school at 2.1G p. m.; Ep worth
league at G.30 p. m.
Mr. Edward E. Davis is erecting a
property on Railroad street, just in
the rear of his large store property.
Preaching at the Welsh Congrega
tional church tomorrow at tho usual
hours, Rev. J. C. Evans occupying the
pulpit. All are welcome.
The choir of the Calvary Baptist
church and the singers in general are
milking preparations to organize a
cl'.olr of thirty voices or more to com
pete at the Christmas eisteddfod on
"Then Around About the Starry
Tnrone," prize $30.
Tho members of Taylor Hose com
pany, No. 1, continue preparing for tho
concert nnd bnll which wns postponed
recently, owing to tho Impending strike
and which will bo held on a future
date. Tho very best of talent will par
ticipate. Rev. Dr. H. H. Harris will officiate
at 10.30 a. m. and C p. m, tomorrow nt
tho Calvary Baptist church. Sunday
school at 2 p, in,
Mrs. William M. Evans and chlldion,
Milton and Bessie, and Miss Ella How-
ells have returned from their visit to
Dover, N. J.
Taylorvlllo lodge, No, 6G8, Independ
ent Order of Odd Fellows, will meet In
regular session this evening,
Miss Ethel O'Horo, of Main street,
has returned from her visit to Car
bondale. Miss Mary Samuels, of Hyde Park,
was tho guest of her mother here yes
terday. Mrs. William T. Harris, of Grove
street, contemplates a ttlp to Wales
Master Willie Jones, of Carbondale,
Is visiting his grandmother, Mrs, R.
W, Reese, of Main street.
Mrs, D, S. Price and son, Bert, have
returned to their horneu In Ransom,
after being tho guests of relatives here.
Mr. Thomas Edmunds und children,
of Virginia, uro visiting relatives In
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With remedies of doubtful utility when
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Remedy, which has stood the test of
time? Twenty-live years' sale and use
have proven that remedy to bo u
prompt and certain cure for colds. It
will cure a cold In a day If tuken as
soon as the cold has been contracted
und before It has settled In the system.
Sold by all druggists. Matthews Bros.,
wholesale and retail agents.
Rev. p. I, Frey wns called to New
Mllford on Wednesday by the Illness of
his wife, who has been holding meet
ings there for the past two weeks, Ho
will return today.
Mrs. KnetUer and' little daughter,
Kathryn, returned homc,on Mondny,
after a few weeks' visit with rela
tives nt Alburtls, Allentown nnd Read
Mrs. Byron Bucklnghnin Is at
Stroudsburg, visiting her daughter,
Bessie, who Is 111 nt the Normal school
Miss Lou Dunning returned home on
Wednesday, nfter spending several
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Q. A, Rob.
Inson, nt her honre In Pntchogue, N. J.
Frank, the little son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
L. W. Partridge, Is suffering with
dlphthcrln, Dr. ICnedler Is attending
Miss Helen Williams Is spending a
few days with Scranton friends,
Miss Bessie Htirdonbcrg will spend
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mtb.
A. B. Clay.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Clark, of Scran
ton, are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
C. W. Rhodes.
Miss Jennie Wert spent Sundny with
relatives at Scranton.
Mrs. Holllstcr, of Scranton, Is the
guest of Mrs. U. G. Sohoonmaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peck and chil
dren, of Scrnnton, have been visiting
Quite a number from here attended
the fair nt Madlsonvllte last Thursday
Miss Lottie Clay spent several days
at Scranton this week.
Mrs. Byron Buckingham wns the
guest of Mrs. Charles H. Schadt at
dinner on Wednesday.
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Academy of Music.
ALL WEEK. Daniel It. Rjan and Company.
LAST TIim:n DAYS. Al. Kcecs, Company.
This Afternoon nnd Evening.
To those who have seen Frank Mayo'i "Davy
Crockett' It if only necesary to announce that
Gardiner's New York "D.iy Crockett" company,
supporting the California actor, Mr. Frank
Olc'Ufu, will present a grand scenic mhal of
this old-time f.iorlte at the Lceum Saturday,
Oct. 1'i, anil that (he play has lieen rcWscd and
lirought up to dale with more comedy attached.
Younger theater patrons will find "Davy Crock
ett" a simple but interesting story of frontier
The play is full of heart interest, clean, crisp,
thrilling in dramatic situations and made douhly
interesting by stage settings and scenic effects.
The company presenting the play is a most capa
ble one direct from New York city, the leading
lady being Miss Helen Hay, uho has won high
praise for her rendition of Iter part. "Davy
Crockett" will be seen at matinee and evening.
At the Academy.
The Daniel 11. Ryan company produced at jes
terd.iy's matinee "The Three Musketeers'' and
last evening "A Fatal Marriage."
This afternoon "A Midnight Marrhgc" will be
plajed and this evening, "O'Brien the Con
tractor." Louis Jame3 and Kathryn Kidder.
Louis James and Miss Kathrjn Kidder arc an
nnunted to appear at the Ljeeum on next Tues
diy evening In a gorgeous "scenic production of
Sh il.espearc'a "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
These two artists have now been jointly btarrcd
by Mecsrs. Wagcnbils and Kemper for four con
seiutivc seasons, during which time they have
been seen In a scrim of classic revivals which,
to say the least, have subserved the best tradi
tions ot the American stige. They have earned
a large and enviable following among the most
cultured element of play-goers throughout the
country, which, through the progressive policy
of their managers, is augmented m one season
In "A Midsummer Night's Dream" bolh ar
tists will have congenial roles. Mr. James, who
i alua.vs happier in comedy, plajlng the part
of Bottom, and Miss Kidder the stately, poetic
chimicr of Helena. A complite store Ins been
composed for the incidental music, which, to the
inii'.Ual mind, will tell a story in itself. Wli.it
with the grand stage settings, the pretty ballets
of elves and fairies, the tuneful melodies and. the
ability of the plajers, it is an entertainment
that can hardly fail to fill the theater to its
"When Wo Were Twenty-One."
The production of "When Wc Were Twenty
one," which N, C. Goodwin and Miss M.ixlnc
Elliott will make at the Lveeum next Wednes
day night, Oct. 17, is considered one of the
most elaborate, artistic and costly in the his
tory of tho American stage. The story of the
play lends itself well to the highest quality
of what might be called polite scenic investiture.
One scene ind the. only one somewhat outside
the domain of polished sociclj represents that
peculiar Institution kjioun as a London Supper
club. Here meet for the time being representa
tives of eveiy grade of society from tho tils,
tinguished aristocrat to the common music hall
The result is a picture of life and color ex
ceeding animation which holds the interest of
nn audience not merely because of its pictorial
quality, but also because of the intense dra
matic events leading to it and the dramatic cli
max with which it culminates. As is already
known, "When Wo Were Tw ent.v -one" is the
great success in the careers of these distinguished
joint stars. It proved a revelation when pro
duced at the Knickerbocker theater, New York
city, nnd met with that inrest of all greetings
the unanimous commendation of the professional
critics. It may be as well to remind local play
goers that Mr. Goodwin and Miss Elliott will
not be seen hero again for at lrxst two jcars.
All of neit reason will be spent by them at u
London theater already contracted for. In Lon
don "When Wc Were Twenty-one" will be the
only play they will present,
New York Girl Company.
Howard & Kmcison's "New York Girl Com
pany," which tomes to Manager Long's ever
popular Gaiety the flrnt three dajs ot nct week,
is rrported to be one of the best burlesque at.
tractions now on the road. Among the many
strong features with this attraction arc Howard
and L'mcrson, Livingston family of acrobats, Wil
liams and Adams, Miss Joacphlno Harvey, Kelly
nnd Davis, Mhs Kitty Nelson, Fisher and Clark,
Mivi Lilly Tudor, Annie Davis, Bessie Birlcll,
Del Kessiier, Dora Parker, Anna Westerflcld,
Tilllo Molitor, Charlotte Spero, Debbie Clark,
Marguerite May, Ida Griffin and Ilesia Gordon,
'I lie hurlctta, In three scenes, is by Joseph K.
Howard, who will personally superintendent the
production. Among the many features to lie sun
arn new and elegant scenery, wonderful rneclunl.
cal and electrical effects and elaborate, ward
robe, Thirty people in the rast.
At Plltsburg li. ii, e.
Chicago ,.,,., ,,,,l 4001 0000 0 8
Plltsburg 3 1 02 0 1 3 Ux-10 11
Batteries Callahan and Donohue; ' I'hllllppl,
Poole and O'Connor, Umpire O'Day,
At Hrookfon R, ll. k.
New York ,,,,230000010 17 n
llrooklvu 01011001 a 3
Battcrlit, Girrick und Howi'nrun; Ycager
and McGuirc. Umpire Snjdcr,
At Philadelphia R, If. ;,
Bestoi ,....2 00 0 00 0 021 0 3
Philadelphia 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 x 5 S 0
Ilalteiicd Nichols and Clarke; Dunn and
JacMiU. Umpire Hurst.
Successive Water Banquets, zz
Once upon time t Cleveland cltUcn, then a
child ol tender )car, left liU father's thres
The People's Exchange.
A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for tin Betiatlt nt Alt Wilt
Ifnvo House to Rent, Rent Ustiitj or Other Property to
Sell or Kxclmittfo, or Who Want Situation or llelp-Theto
Small Advertisements Coat Oua Cent n Word, Six Insertions for
Five Cents u WordExcept Situation Wunteit. Whloli Arj In
ltc.1t; 1021 Mulberry street
FOR HUNT 400 LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
four floor; clevatort but (tore and lora
Hon in Scranton.
ron sali:-bay SAnm,E gelding (dknxyi
foaled 18IU! Ill hands lilglu Kentucky bred;
goes alt saddle gaits! trots clone to .1 mli.utev,
perfectly sound nnil kind. Apply Oliver Dutkc,
Susquehanna Home, S. Main street, Plttston.
WANTED-BOARD AND RESIDENCE NEAR
Prescott avenue, for two gentlemen. A. C.
WANTED-E1GIIT Oil TEN THOUSAND DOI,
lars for a term of three, five or ten jorn at
4 per cent. Interest pajablc every three or six
months to suit. A rare chatieo for thow hawng
trust funds ti caro for, or .uonejr in foinU. Gilt
edsed real estate security. S.ifer than any ban.
Addrrsa II., i.ire of W. V. Lalhrop, 1AJ Wutlf
lngton atcmie, Scrarton.
WANTED-SECOND HAND BLOT MACHINES!
must be in good order; state particulars i
to make and price. Address, L. M., general de
livery, Scranton, I'a.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOll ItENT-lNQUIRE AT
332 Madison avenue.
WANTED 0113 FURNISHED ROOMS, FOR
light housekeeping; centrally located. Ad
dress, J. V Williams building, City.
MARINE CORPS UNITED STATES NAVY RE
crulta wanted Able-bodied men; service on
our warships in all parts of the world and on
land in tho Philippines, when required. Lieu
tenant Colonel D. It Russell, N. W. Corner Lack.
twanna and Wyoming avenues, Scranton.
WANTED-SALEMIN; $75 MONTHLY AND
expenses; permanent. Perry Nursery Co-,
Rochester, N. Y.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR GOODS
by sample to wholesale and retail trade. We
arc the largest and only manufacturers in our
line in the world. Liberal salary paid. Address,
CAN-DEX Mfg. Co., Savannah, Ga.
STRAYED UIRI) DOG; CAN BE HAD BY
applying to William 11. Jones, Old Forge,
and paying expenses of this advertisement.
ELLA F. KRESKY VS. CHARLES KltESKY,
No. SOS, May term, 1000, Common Pleas of
Lack iw anna county: Divorce.
To Charles Kresky, Respondent;
You are hereby notified that the sheriff of
Lackawanna county lias returned the subpoena
and alias subpoena in the above case, "non est
inventus," and the court has ordered service
upon you by publication.
You arc hereby notified to bo and appear at
the next term of court to ho hold at Scranton,
on Monday, Nov. 12. 1900, and answer the com.
plaint of the said libellant.
C. E. PRYOR, Sheriff.
L. P. WEDEMAN, Attorney for Libellant.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF PROPERTY ON EAST
Market street, between the I.aekavvanin
river and North Main avenue. The following is
a ropy of a resolution of City Councils of tho
City of Scranton, Pa., approved Oct. 3, 1000
Resolved, by the Select Council of the Cltv of
Scranton, the Common Council concurring, That
it is hereby declared to be the purpose of the
City of heianton to order that, that portion of a
ctrtaln street in said cily, known as East Mar
ket street, lying between the bridge crossing
the Lackawanna river and tho pave where said
Market street and North Main avenue intersects
each other, shall be paved at the expense of the
abutting property, in accordance to the foot
front rule. Provided that three-fourths of all
the members elected to each branch of the
councils shall vote in favor thereof, On the
p.issige of this resolution bv the above named
vote, and the approval of the Major, the City
Clerk shall publish a copy thereof, for ten days
in two newspapers published in the City of
Scranton, stating that unless a majority of the
owners of property abutting upon said Last Mar
ket 6treec iietwcen tie norm auuve namcu.
shili signify to councils in writing within sitty
dajs from the date of the approval of this
resolution, their pieferencc of the material de
sired for such pavement. Councils will piocccd
tn piss nn ordinance directing the paving of
said street with such mateiial as tluy sec lit.
Approved Oct. 3, l'MO. JAMES MOIR, Major.
Published in pursuance of tho piovisions of
tho foregoing resolution.
SI. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF PROPERTY ON
Seventh street between West Lackawanna
avenue und Scrnnton street. The following is a
ccpy of a irsolution of City Councils of the
City of Seianton, Pcnna,, approved Sept. 21,
Resolved, By the Common Council of the City
of Scranton, the Select Council concurring, that
Seventh street fiom West Lackawanna avenue to
Scranton stieet, be paved, and tho cost thereof
be assessed agairt the abutting properties ac
cording to the foot frmt rule. Providing that
thrcc-fouiths of all the members e.ectcd to each
branch of the Councils shall vote in favor there
of. On tho passage of this resolution by the
said three-fourth vote and its approval by the
Mayor, the City Clerk shall publish a copy there
of, for a period of ten days, In two newspapers
published in the City of Scranton, stating that
unless i majority of the owners of property
abutting on said Seventh street between the
points above named, shall signify to councils
In writing within sixty d.i.vs from the date of
the approval of Ibis resolution, their preference
of the material desired for such pavement,
Councils will proceed to pass an ordinance di
recting tho paving of said road or street, between
the points above named, with such material as
thty sec fit.
Approved .by Select Council. Sent. 20. 1000.
CIIAS. K. WAGNER, President.
Approved by Common Council, Aug. 23, 1000,
WM. V. GRIFFITHS, President.
Approved Sept, 27, 10O0.
JAMES MOIR, Slajor.
Published In nursuanco of provisions of the
foregoing resolution. 51. T. LAVELLE,
Scranton, Pa Oct. 4, 1000. City Clerk.
hold to see the world. Ho became penniless in
Bay City, Mich., and started for home via the
Sllchigan Central rallioad on a box car. Upon
arriving at Detroit he wrote his father the fob
"Dear Papu I am so sorry I ran away. In
Bay City my money gave out and I had nothing
to eat but water. Then I got on a car, and when
fifty miles from Detroit I was told to get oil in
a email town. Nobody would give me bread, s
I had nothing there but water to eat, Hera in
Detroit I had a Young Men's Christian associa.
Hon card, so I got water again to batho in and
to cat, Please send me money quick.
Tho money came. Cleveland Leader.
A Dismal Outlook,
Flossie la six turs old. "Mamma," she asked
one day, "if I get married will I havo a hus
band like papal"
"Yes," replied the mother, with an amused
"And if I don't get married, will I have to be
an old maid like Aunt Katcf
"Mamma," she said, after a short pause,
"K'a a tough world for u women, ain't It!"
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Has been usee, ror over nriT YE Mis by
is the bet remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sold bv
Druggists in every pari or the world. u (Ur
and ak for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sirup"
and take no other kind. Twenty-flic ccutt a
WHILE TEETHING, will, PERFECT hUrC5&
It SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS
ALLiYS all PAIN; CURES WIND CO I. if ' n.TA
(crcrs. Apply to F. H. Ilaldnln, at new shops
of Dunmore Iron and Steel company, Dunmorc,
WANTBD-TEN MEM 1011 SCHANTOV AND
vicinity; can make from two to five dollars
a day; big nintvy und quick return. Call be
tween 2 and 5 p. m. C. D. Swill, 522 Council
HELP WANT ED-FEMALE.
WANreiAlWFOH 1 SECOND WOHK AND
to assist in tare of child. 740 JclTcrson ate,
DRESSMAKING FOR CHILDREN TO OltUER;
alio ladici' wtlsta Louisa Shoemaker, 212
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO LOAN STRAIGHT LOANS AT
Curry, Conncll building.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN. QUICK,
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to 0 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
314-31S Council building.
SITUATION WANTED-llY YOUNG LADY AH
olf.ee aslstant, understands typewriting,
stenography and bookkeeping. Wants position
with some reliable party where honesty and
capiblllty arc appreciated. Moderate salary. No
agencies. Address "Eiperlnccd," c.uu of this
SIIUATION WANTEDRESPECTABLE WOMN
wants poslton fur care of children or any
work, sleep home. . II., Tribune olllco.
WANTED WA8I1INO AND IHONINO TO DO AT
home. Call or address 418 N. Eighth street.
SITUATION WANTEDBY A OIKL TO DO GUN
cral housework in immll family. Please call
at 554 lifbccca avenue. Can give good refer
ences. COLORED MAN WANTS SITUATION OF ANY
kind, stenographer, tjpevvritcr; references,
experience. C. J. White, 533 Lackawanna avc.
SITUATION WANTED-HXPEItlENCED BOOK
keeper desires a permanent position; sal
ary can be easily stipulated. Address T. S.,
WANTED A POTTION BY A RCl'INTD,
educated oung lady as companion or nurse
for elderly lady or could ear for child. First
class references. Address Box 44, North Me
YOUNG MAN WANTS SITUATION OF ANY
kind, ftcnograplior and tj pew-riter. Refer
ence and experience. C. J. Wnite, 533 Lacka
SITUATION WANTEDPOSITION' REQUIRING
some outside hustling by an experienced
bookkeeper; rtference. Address II., Tribune of
fice. CITY SCAVENGER
A. B. BRIGOS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cess pools; no odor. Improved pumps used.
A. B. PRIGGS. Proprietor. Leave orders 1100
North Slain avenue, or Eickc's drug store, cor
ner Adams and .Mulberry. Telephone 0340.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD O SPAULUING, C. P. A., 2J TRAD
era' Bank building.
EDWARD II. DAVIS,
building. Si ranton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITEqT, PRICE
building, 126 Washington avenue, Scranton.
Cabs and Carriages.
RUBBER TIRED CABS AND CARRIAGES; BEST
of service. Prompt attention given orders, by
'chone. 'Phones 2672 and 5332. Joseph Ucllcy,
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER, PAULI BUILDINO,
Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCUANTON PRIVATE HOS
pital, coinci Wyoming and Mulberry.
DR. C. C. LAUUACH, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
Dll. II. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 123 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE
cue. Rates reasonable.
P. 7.EI0LER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. & W. PAS-
conger depot. Conducted on the European plan.
VICTOR KOCH, Propiietor.
J. W. BROWNING, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-Ior-at-law.
Rooms 312-313 Jlcars building.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS NEGO
tlatcd on leal estate security. Slears building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce stieet.
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and counsellors-at-law. Republican building,
JESSUP k JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN-cellors-at-law.
Commonwealth building, Rooms
ID, 20 and 21.
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.
Rooms oil, mo ana oru uoara or urauo build
ing. EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY.
(JO3-O04, 0th floor. SIcars building.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
ot Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
O. R. PITCHER. .TTORNEY.ATLAW, BOARD
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. C0MEGY8, 0-13 REPUBLICAN BUILDINQ,
A. W. ni'.RTHOLF, ATTORNEY, MEARS I1LDG.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. W, E
ALLEN, 513 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S, W. I.' MOREAUX, OFFICE S30 WASH
ingion uvenue. Residence, 1318 Slulbcrrv.
Chronic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys and
gtnito-urinary organs a specialty. Hours, 1 to
4 p. n.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, SCRANTON,
I'a. Course preparatory to college, law, medl
cine or business. Opens Sept, 12th. Send for
catalogue. Rcr, Thomas M Cann, LI,. 1)., prin
cipal and proprietor; W, E. Plumley, A. M.,
0. R. CLARK k CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NURS
erymen, store 01 Washington avenue; green
houses, 1950 North Slain avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAR 611 LACKAWANNA
avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufacturer ol Wirt
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR BALLS,
picnics, parties, receptions, weddings and con
cert work furnished. For terms address R, J
Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue, over
Hulberf music store.
MEUAHGEE BROS.. PRINTERS- S1IPPI ira l-v
veloncs, paper bags, twine. Warth-W. jso
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE -
- - - -" - "ivrn m
Schedule In Effect My 87, 1000'.
jjrnina leave Scranton!
0.4Ba. m.. week day, for Bunbury,
'pardnburfr, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Bitts-
n ooburs nnd tho WeBt
0.3B la. m., week daya, for Btatleton,
Bottaville, Heading, Norriatown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltlmore,Washington and Pitta
burg and the WeBt.
2.18 p. m., week dnya, (Sundaya
1'08 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore.
Washington nnd Pittsburg and
the West. For Hazloton, Potta-
a ' Holding, &c, weok days.
4.27 p, m., week days, for Sunbury,
Hnr.loton, Pottsville, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
J. R. WOOD, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. II. HUTC'IIINhON, Qon. MgT.
Delaware Lackawanna and Western
In Elicit June 10. 1000.
.S?u,.,,rr-,'1,c Scranton tor New'York it 1.45,
3.00, 8,40, 8.00 and 10.0", a. rn., 12.D5, 3.33 anil
8-to p. m. For Philadelphia at 5.40, 8.00 and
lu.05 a. nt. ; 12 S3 ami n.3.1 ti. in. For Strouds
burg at fl.10 p. i. lk and accommodation at
,".?,p- " Arrive at Hoboken at 6.55, V.18,
10.13 a. m.; U.a 2.47, 4.4H, 7.10 and 0.43 p. m.
Arrive at Philadelphia at 10.00 a. m.; 1.0(1, 3.48,
759 "'' 8-22 p. m. -rlve from Now York at
l.Oo, 4.0(1 and 10 20 a. tn.; 1.00, 1.62. 6.43, 8.13
anil 1 .30 p. in. rrom Mioudvlmrg at S.05 a. m.
. ii . '' c Sc.rnnt.il for IhilTalo and inter
meillate stations at l.lil, 4.10 und 8..10 a. m.;
i',:.-' V. ,""1 "'' P- I"- '"! Oswego and Syra.
"" t 4.10 a m. nnd 1.55 p. in. For Utlca at
'10 a. m. and l.w, p. m. For Montru.su at 8.30
n- m. ; 1.01 ,v m n.l k ,j . nt Pni- Vlrhol-
Und VBn-2 ".:' ".P- ?!. D'n."h?.mi"U..10.?5
. , , ';" Airiv-c in rrauion inn """
n i:30',."'1'' "IS nnd 10.00 a. m : 3.30 and S.OO
Fiw Vm 0ean and Svracmo at 2.55 a. m.;
y:S "m! 8"0 p. ill. From Ullctt at 2 55 a. m.;
'-is and 5i so .. I--... x-ti.ni.nn At n Rn a.
" nd COO p. ,. Krmn Montrose al 7.65 and
ni.. : . " i'- m-
.Viril, mi.-.'.'i' .. '"".VD l.V !,cnV". '?!
v simiii, ii ,(.(lf ..din a. in.; i.on miu
ii p: '" For ' ni" ih t i-05-3'10' 8'55 "nJ
J1..IO II. m L ...., . .. -a . -L i--l..
at vv'jl ' . r,,r -aniieiKe al nju a. in. rtiti.n
nortnuml'iTland nt 1.55 a. in.; .., S.OO and
Arri.L . . ""X" ' Ninttrokc at 9.10 a. m.
l"-tn r'.'moulh at 2 00, 4 32. ''.30 p. m. ami
hri.. r.1. Arrive nt Si ranton from Northum
""arid a i 0 4, a m . ,.,.,., 4 6() Rmi g-4,, p,
Pl'i-m-. .7"" ""illcnkr. nt 11.00 it. tn. Frum
' '.'mouth nt 7.50 a tn.. 3.20, S 35 nnd 11.10 p. m.
Jnnii, , SUNDW TP.MNS.
m iir,'r'"' Rninlon 1.10. 3.00, 5.10, 10.05 a
V?ii. v'-0 aml f-10 P- "'
.4S ar I ",c Scran'" "5 I-0' ',0 m-i 1,BS
' ni- H.i.5 p. m.
uioomshurg Division-Leave Scranton at 10.0S
'n. and 6..50 p. m.
Delnwaro and Hudson.
, In Effect Juno 13th, 1000.
Trains for Cnrbondile leave Scranton at 0 20,
7.M, R53. 10 n n. ni. ; 12.00, 1.23. 2.20, 3.52, 8.2J,
0.25, 7.57, 0.13 11.16 p. m.t 1.10 a. m.
I' or Honradale and Lake Ltdore 9.20, 10.13 a
mV "v! '!r1 5-25 P- ro
tor V likes Barre-0.4o, 7.4S, 8.45, 0.33, 10.43 a.
m.i 12.03, 1.2S, 2.18, 3.3, 4.27, 0.10. 7.4S, 10.11,
11.30 p. m. '
For L. V. R. R. polnts-0.45 a. m.; 12.03, 2.18,
3.35 and 11.30 p. ni.
For Pennsylvania R. R. points 6.43, 9.38 a.
m.: 2.18 and 4.27 n. ni.
ror Albany nnd all pc
points north 0.20 a. m.
ana 3.52 p. m.
Tor Carbondale 0.00. ll.SJ a. m 2.25. 3.5?.
5.47, 10 02 p. ni.
For Wilkes-Biirre 0.38 a. m.; 12.03, 1.58, 8.23.
6.27, 8.27 p. m.
For Albanv and points north 3.62 p. m.
Tor Honcsdalo and Lake Lodore 9.00 a. m. and
3.62 p. ni.
Lowest rates to all points in United States and
J. W. BURTHCK. C. P. A., Albony, N. Y.
H. W. CROSS, D. P. A., Scranton. Bj.
3ehigh Valley Bailroad.
In Effect Slay 27, 1000.
Trains Leav e Scranton.
For Philadelphia artl New York via D. & II.
R. R at 6.45 a. m. nnd 12.0.5, 2.1S, 4.27 (Blac'
Diamond Express), end 11.30 p. m. Sundajs, D,
& H. R. R.. 1.53, 7.48 p. tn.
For White Haven, llazlcton and principal
points in the coal regions, sla D. & II. It. It.,
(1.45, 2.18 and 1.27 p. m. For Pottsville, 8.43.
2.18 p. m.
For Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Harrlshurg
and principal intermediate stations via D. It II.
R R 015 a. m.; 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia
mond Express), 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. i. II.
R. R., 1.68. 7.43 p. ni.
For Tunkhannock, Tovvanda Elmlra, Ithaca,
Geneva and principtl intermediate stntions, lai
D, L. ti W. R. It., 8.08 a. ni.; 1.03 and 3.33
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Nligara FallJ,
Chicago, and all points west, via IX & II. R. R.,
12.03, 3.33 (Black Diamond Express), 7.48, 10.41,
11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. & H. R. R., 12.03 p.
m.: 7.48 p. m.
Pullman narlor and sleeping or Lehiirh Valley
pirlor cars on all trains between Wilkes-Ilarro
and New York. Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sus
ROLLIN II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt., 20 Cortland
street, New York.
CHARLES S. LEE, Gen. Pass, jlgt, 28 Cortland
street, New York.
A. W, NONNEMACHER, DIv. Pass. Agt., South
For tickets and Pullman reservations apply 308
Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Central Bailroad ot New Jersey.
Stations in New York Foot of Liberty street,
N. R., and South Ferry.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 20, 1000.
Trains leave Scranton for New York, Newark,
Elizabeth, Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Al
lentown, Mauch Chunk and White Haven, at S.I'O
a. m.i express, 1,20; express, 4.00 p. in. Sun.
davs, 2.15 p. m.
For Plttston and Wilkcs-Rirro, S.30 a. m.j 1.20
and 4.00 p. tn. Sundays, ?.5 p. m.
For Jlountaln Park, 8.30 a. m., 1.20 and 4,00
p. m. Sundiys, 2.15 p. in.
Tor Baltimore and Washington, and points
South and West via Bethlehem, 8.30 a. m., 1.20
p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m,
For Long Branch. Ocean Grove, etc., at 8.30
a. m. and 1.20 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisburg, via At.
lentown, 8.30 a. ni. and 1.20 p. in. Sundajs,
2,15 p. m.
For Pottsville, 8.30 a. m,, 1,20 p. m.
Through tickets to all points east, soulh anil
west at lowest rates nt tho station.
J. II. OHL1HUSEN. flcn. Supt.
II. P. BALDWIN, Gen. Pass, Agt.
New "sTork,Ontario nnd Western R.B.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, JUNE 21,
North Bound Trains.
Leav a Leave
10.10 a.m. 11.20 a, m.
.1.45 11. 111. 4.3' n in.
1,05 n. m.
5.45 p. 11,.
0.00 p. 111. Arrive Carbondale, 0.40 p. in!
rnuiu Duuiii 1 rains
Leave Leav a
7.00 a. 111.
8.40 a, m. 10,O a, ni,
2,05 p. in, 3,31 p, ni,
s no a. m. 0.10 a. m.
10.15 0. rn.
10.13 a. m.
7,00 p. m.Arrlvc Cubondale, 7,43 p. ni.
Oidoala. Ccrbondalo. Scranton,.
002 7.00a. ni. 7.40a.in?
Jos 4 30 p. ni. 1.54 p. ni, 6.33 p.m.
Train No. 20k n"kes connection for points'
North and South on Main Line, at Cadosla.
Trains Noa. 205 and 20S make Slain Lin eon.
nectlons on Sunday, ,..,,.
For further Information, consult ticket agents,
J. O. ANDERSON, Gen. Pass. Agt,, New York. ..
J, K. WELSH, Traveling Passenger Agent. Scran.
T.rla and Wvominsr Vallev f
Time Table In Effect September 17, 1000.
Trains for llawley and local points, connect
Ing at llawley with Erie railroad for New York,
Newburgh and intermediate points, leave Scran,
ton at 7.05 a. in. and 2.25 p. m.
Trains arrive at Scranton at 10.S0 a. m. and
0.10 p. m.
THE W1LKESBARBE RECORD CAN BE HAO
In Scranton at tba nea stands of ReUraan
Bros., 405 Sprue and 60S Linden; M. Norton,
821 Lackawanna avenue; I. S. Shutter, nil.
MRS. L. T. KELLER, SCALP TREATMENT. 60c, j
shampooing, oOc.i facial massage; manicur
ing. c. ehirtpgdy,1 7g-tJulBfy. ' ""Tfc"
1 y .4,
jiiwht mm iWftti-jtfrir