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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 19Q0.
LACKAWANNA ' COUNTY.
Councils mut In Joint session last
evening ittul awarded tho contract for
paving North Church s rent to V. V.
Woran on condition that tho vo:l: lie
deferred until next Hprlmr It city engi
neer and eounells think It ndvlcnblu.
tn select council an opinion from the
city solicitor was road statin; that
warrants, slRiied hy the city controller,
for extra work on the tax duplicate
and for board of revision and appeal's
clerk have not been sinned, contrary tn
law as the controller said.
The ordinance anncxltu; territory lo
the Third sewer district was punted
on third reading In common council.
Commoners also concurred In the reso
lution piovldlng for electric light
bracket In front of Trinity church.
An ordinance providing for n license
tax was Introduced by A. T. Thomp
son It fixes $100 for bankets and
banking Institutions, $2. for auc
tioneers, stock brokers, bouses of
amusement, opera houses, exhibitions,
circuses, transient retail business, mer
chants selling goods by auction or ad
vertising fire or bankrupt sales; $10 for
insurance agencies and undertakers.
Others get off for $3 and ?2, The ordi
nance was referred to the proper com
mittee. MADE THEIR OFFERING.
Tho congregation of tho Korean Unp
tlst church yesterday morning made
their offering toward the endowment
.of Keystone academy, and with some
personal subscriptions added, the to'al
offering amounts to the handsome
sum of $1,200.50. The pastor hopes to
have the even sum of $1,!X0 secured by
the end of the week. The Interests of
the institution were presented yester
day morning by Dr. J. W. Putnam,
who first preached one of the most nlo
quent 'sermons ever delivered from a
Carbondale pulpit. Principal Ilulley,
who is well known here, and always
welcomed as a pieacher, delivered a
most able and helpful sermon In the
evening. If generosity like this be
comes general among tho Baptist
churches, Keystone's endowment will
be large enough for all Its needs.
DEATH OF P. J. COLLINS.
P. J. Collins, the well known mer
chant tailor of South Main street, died
at Emergency hospital early yesterday
morning of heart failure. Deceased
came to Carbondale eighteen years ago
and secured employment as a cutter.
A few years later he succeeded G. S.
T. Alexander and conducted the busi
ness up to the time of his death.
Mr. Collins was born in Ireland In
ISoG. When eighteen years of age he
Dame to this country, landing In Bos
ton. He was employed In Boston until
1SS2. lie was a member of St. Hose's
Catholic church and was a leading
spirit in many congregational socie
ties. He was an enterprising and pub
lic spirited citizen. Two brothers and
one sister survive him, Daniel J., who
lias been connected with his business
here for years: John, In the West,
and Mrs. Nellie McKlhlll; of Boston,
LOOSE COAL DISAPPEARING.
Scores of persons short of coal, who
have more time on their hands than
anything else, are digging through the
culm piles around the city for a win
ter supply. Six men and a boy were
at work yesterday afternoon In the
culm at what was known as Dick
Jones' breaker, near Wayne street.
With small screens they separated the
coal from the dust and carried it away
in bags. A little stream runs through
the pile and In this a miniature wash
ery had been constructed.
Tho assiduity with which the men
applied themselves would do credit to
a placer miner panning out $10,000
worth of dust a day. It has been
learned that from fifty to one hundred
tons of large lump coal which lay near
the mouth of an old slope on the Last
Chance and Kdgerton railroad, has
CAMBRIANS INSTALL OFFICERS.
Cambrian lodge, No. 5S, installed thu
following officers Saturday evening:
Noble grand, Frank Kntrol; vice
grand, William Barber; secretary, C.
A, Kn.se; assistant secretary, Marvin
Whiting; treasurer, S. N. Bayley; war
don, W. M. Ken worthy; conductor,
W. R. Hughes; inside guard, A, F.
Fey; outside guard, It. Holland; chap
lain, William Ople, sr.; right side no
ble grand, J. F. Bohlnrmi; l3lt s-!ds
noble grand, 10. A. Dllts; Tt. S. S
James Boyd; L. S. S.. James Smith;
It. S. V. G., I. H. Colvln; I S. V. G.,
R. H. Blair.
Dr. D. L. Bailey was called lo
While's crossing near No. 4 yesterday
afternoon to attend a little 0-year-old
Hungarian girl. The' child was play
ing around a huge (Ire of leaves when
her clothing caught tho flames and
before assistance could reach her she
had been horribly burned. The doctor
ordered her taken to Emergency hos
pital .where sho was not expected to
survive "the night,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
John J, Hrennan, of Sand street, was
a guest In Scranton yesterday.
Mrs. A. Cramer, of Scranton, was a
guest of Mrs. A. It. Jones, of Wayne
Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Webber und
daughter, Hazel, of Trenton, ?f. J are
guests of Mrs. Ella Colwell, of Sev
Mrs. Itobert Blair, of Itoblnson ave
nue, is 111.
Employes of tho llepdrlek Manufac
turing company went on full time yes
terday, after two weeks of short time,
Mabel Curr has returned from Port
now II. J, Whalen reud it paper at
the Baptist pastors' meutlng in tho
Penn avenue church, Sctunton, yester
day morning, on "The Basis of Wor
6oaUe3 needs reliable, monthly, regulating medicine! Only htratao 12&
the purest drugt ckould be Bte4, If jou wtat the bue, get
Dr. Poal's Pennyroyal Pills
Thoy are prompt, safo and certain la result. w w
Tho mnulno (Dr. real's) never disappoint. Sold for 11.00 ner box.
r rx Sb.
For 8la by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, ccr, Wyoming avenue and
Sprues street. I
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Clornld, the six-year-old son of Mr.
niul Mrs. John O'Malloy, of Mnyfleld,
who was operated Upon on Snturday
for appendicitis, nt the Onrlianrtalo
Kmergenry hospital, died at 4 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. The remains were
removed to his late home at Mnyfleld
yesterday, and ihe f uncial will take
place this afternoon. Interment will be
made in Kt. Hose cemetery, I'arbon
dalc. Mis. Nellie Uurheart, of Honoifdale,
was yesterday the guest of Mr. and
Mis. Theodore Spettlgue, of Cemetery
A ttcpubllcan mass meeting will be
held in Enterprise hall on Krltlny even
ing, at which several of the candidates
will speak. The principal speaker will
be Major Hancock, of Baltimore. A. J.
Cnlboiu, oHi,, of Ket anion, wilt also
.1. D. Stacker and son, Frank, wit
nessed the Princeton-Lafayette foot
ball game at Huston last Saturday.
Thomas K. Warwick and John Wood
worth have returned home from Con
necticut. Mrs. Jneob Hlller, of Third street, Is
confined to her home by sickness.
The friends of Will Mellow will be
glad to hear that the young man has
recovered sufficiently to bo able to sit
up a little each day, and if ho con
tinues to progress it it expected he will
bo able to leave the hospital next week.
Supplementary notices, informing tho
employes that tho previous offer of ten
per cent, advance would remain In
force until April 1, were posted on Sat
urday at the Olenwoiid, Uric and Key
stone breakers of the Hillside Coal
Mrs. J. D. Stocker, w ho has bppn
vlsltlnsr at North Carolina and other
portions of the South, Is expected home
Born, to Mr. and Airs. Herbert Ar
nold, of Greenfield, a daughter.
Clarence Blakesleo, of New York, Is
vMtlng friends here.
Misses Jennie and Mabel Williams
and Messrs. Harry Gaurd and Thomas
Williams, of this place, attended a tea,
Friday, at the home of lie v. and Mrs.
J. Coleman, at Throop, in honor of
their guest, Ethel Williams.
Mr. and Mis. Decker, of Nicholson,
visited their daughter, Mrs. George
Claik, of Brook street, last week.
The Epworth league of the Methodist
Episcopal church will give a fine and
interesting programme, Tuesday even
ing, in the lecture room.
Miss Mary E. Wise, of Mlddletown,
N. Y., has returned home, after visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Callender, of
Irorth Main street. "
A special meeting of class No. 9 of
the Methodist Episcopal Sunday school
will be held at the home of Fiank Gen
dnll this evening. All members are re
quested to be present.
The borough is constructing a new
barn for their road engine on Jail
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ledyard re
turned home from Stroudsburg on Sat
All the ofliceis and teachers of the
Methodist Sunday school are requested
to be present next Sunday, as business
of importance is to be transacted.
Miss A. C. Wise, who hus been the
guest of Mrs. Judson Callender for sev
eral weeks past, has returned to her
home in Mlddletown.
.Mr. William Seymour has returned
from West A'irglnia.
Miss Callender, of Scranton, was the
guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Ed
ward Jones, on Sunday last.
Mr. Fred Peck, of Scranton, was the
guest of Ulakely relatives on Sunday.
Mis. George Thomas has n-tumed
home, after several weeks spent visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. John Bone, of
Union, N. Y.
Mrs. LIuderman and daughter, of
Archbald, called on Miss Stage on Sun
day. A grand entertainment is to be given
on Thanksgiving eve. Something en
tirely new. Watcli for it.
Miss Hannah Rehblne, of Peckvllle,
was a caller in town Sunday.
Mr. Howard Luckey and sister, Mls
Lillian, of Port Jervis, spent Sunday In
Mr. Harry Snyder, of Gracedale, vis
ited his brother, C. S. Snyder, on Sat
urday. Mrs. Dr. Heppeiien starts today for
her home In Beatrice, Nebraska. Sho
will be accompanied by her brother, H.
L. Warner, of this place,
Hev. and Mrs. C. B. Henry, of Tay
lor, are visiting at the home of Rev. J,
Mr. Plumley, of Coin's school, Scran
ton, occupied the pulpit of the Presby
terian church on Sunday.
Messrs. Aaron Bllllngton and Mllo
Coolbaugh have returned from Phil
llpsburg, in the western part of Penn
sylvania, where they have been work
ing. Mrs. James Millar and daughter. Miss
Laura, of Carbondale, spent Sunday at
tho home of Mr. J. W. Levan, of Main
Quinine for Colds,
Many people who use quinine for the
cuie of colds say that the effect of this
drug Is mote 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 2i hours without' any Interrup
tion to business. They are pleasant to
take and give you a clear, fresh sensa
tion while operating. Price 25c, Sold
by Mutthews Bros,
Miss Hat tie Jackson, of Knst Lemon,
spent Sunday in this place,
Victor Northup, tho 10-year-old son
of George Northup, sustained injuries
on Saturday last by being run over
by ti loaded wagon.
Tho Methodist church hud services
conducted in It on Sunday for the
first time slnco the improvements
have been made In the. interior. Tho
steel celling has added much to the
attiuctlvencss of the church, In the
evening a union temperance bervlee
Says Peruna Is the Finest Tonlo and
Invlgorator He Ever Used.
lilontennnt Charles Peterson, Hoolt
and Ladder Co. No. 21, writes the fol
lowing letter to The Perunn Medlolna
Co., from S27 Belmont avenue, Chicago,
"Last year I had a severe attack of
la grippe, which left me Very weak, ro
that 1 was unable lo perform my
duties. Several of my friends advised
mo tn build up on Peruna, and I found
It by far the finest tonic and lnvlgor
utor I had ever used. In two weeks I
was strong and well, and If ever I am
exposed to unusual hardship Incident
with my duties at fires I take a dose
or two of Peruna nnd 11 ml that It keeps
mo In good health,"
The above is only one of fifty thou
sand letters we have on file attesting
the merits of eruna.
There are a. great multitude of people
in all parts of the land who have en
tirely lost their health as a result of la
grippe; who have recoveied trom an
attack, but find themselves with weak
ened nerves, deranged digestion, and
with but very little of their former
There Is no disease known to man
that leaves the system In such an out
rageous and exasperating condition a-
For this class of sufferers, Peruna Is
a specific. Peruna should be taken ac
cording to directions and In a few
weeks the sufferer will be entirely ie
stored to his accustomed health.
Address The Peruna. Medicine Co ,
Columbus, O., for a free copy of "Facts
was held in the church, which was
Mr. Foster, president of tbe Interna
tional Correspondence schools, and
who has been spending the summer
here, has moved his family back to
Miss Mabel Purdy gave a party on
Saturday evening in honor of her
guests, Miss Mexble, of Cooppfstown,
N. Y. There were a large number of
young people present and the even
ing was enjoyably spent.
Mrs. Joseph T. Somers and Mrs. Ira
Kresgp were visitors in Scranton on
Mrs. Susan B. Fessenden, of Boston,
Mass., and formerly president of the
State Women's Christian Temperance
union, of that state, will deliver an
address in the Baptist church on Fri
day evening next.
Mis. Oliver Mason entertained rela
tives from Northumbeiland on Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Swartwood, of New
ton, were visitors hero Sundny.
Thomas Hall, of Olenburn, has
taken charge of the Baptist church
choir. The members of the choir will
moot for rehearsal on Thursday even
ing at tho close of the prayer ser
vice. They will prepare special music
for the Harvest Home services (to
bo held in the Baptist church next
Mr&. Charles Purdy has returned
from an extended visit in New Jer
sey. Airs. John Dershimer entertained her
granddaughter from Scranton over
Mr. and Mrs. S, E. Finn entertained
on Sunday Miss Gertrude Finn, of
Keystone academy, and Prof. Green
and wife, of Clark's Green. .
Mrs. Henry W. Northup will sorve a
supper on Wednesday evening at her
home for the benefit of the Ladles' Aid
society of the Baptist church.
Dr. J, W. Prlco has moved into Mrs.
Slade's' house, where he will make his
Rev. A. W. Cooper and wife left yes
terday for Harrlsburg, where they win
attend the state meetings of the Metho
dist Episcopal church.
Miss Annie Summers upont Sunday
Herbert Drowning anil son, of Peck
vllle, called on friends In town yes
terday. JIlss Grrtle AVntklns, of Brook
.street, was a visitor in Jermyn Sun
dny David Thomns, of Carmalt street, is
vJHtlne friends in flreen Dldfje,
Miss Jessie Hill, of Providence,
"pent Monday with Miss Annie- Sum
mers, The Ladies Aid society of tlie Primi
tive Motbodlst church will meet to
morrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock nt
tho homo of Mrs. Ur, Hllheltner, on
Main street. .
Miss Sarah Cooper, of Albert street,
was a business callor In Olyphant
Tlie funeral of Mrs. Sarah Williams
will take place this afternoon at 2.30
o'clock. Services will be conducted by
Dev. Dr. Spencer n the Dlakely nan.
Rev. and Mrs. D. n. Hanton. of
I Wallsvllle, spent yesterday with Mrs.
waiticnne -4 nomas, or Delaware street,
Mr. and Mrs. K. J, Hull and children
have returned from a visit to Factory-
Miss McCrartten, of Scranton, was
t Unit. Chan. Peterson, ""
the guest of Mr. II. B. Bush on Sun
dny. Miss Grace Pettlgrew spent Sunday
Mrs. Winifred Mites, of Youngstown,
Ohio, nnd Mis, Mnry Lewis, of ttvde
Park, arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
T. P. Jones, of Lackawanna street.
Mrs. II. B. Hammond and daughter,
Genevieve, left Saturday to spend two
weeks at Syracuse, N. Y.
Mrs. John II. Williams, of Second
street, Blakely, Is quite III.
Mrs. W.M. Heraon, of Jermyn, vis
ited friends In town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gllhool, of
Scranton, were Ihe guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Dearie on Sunday.
Willie Toad, of Wllkos-Barre, Is vis
iting Mr. nnd Mrs. Matthew Mnckey,
of Lackawanna street.
John Dempsey, of Forest City, Is
spending a few days at his home here.
Mrs, h I, Thomas has returned from
a visit with relatives at Providence.
Mrs. Susan B. Fessenden, of Boston,
Mass., delivered a forcible and elo
quent temperance lecture last even
lug In the auditorium of the Methodist
Episcopal church. Mrs. Fessenden Is
one of the most active temperance
lectures of the country, having been
for ninny years president of the Mas
sachusetts State Women's Christian
Temperance union, nnd is endowed
with unusual"glfts as a lecturer.
A grand mass meeting of the Repub
licans of this borough will be held
on Thursday night In the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows' hall. Speakers
of prominence wll Inddress those pres
ent, among them being Hon. John R.
Furr and Major Hamjock, of Bal
The funeral of Lydla Fotanell, the
little 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Fotanell, of 228 Elm
street, who died yesterday, will be
held tomorrow. The services will bo
held at the home.
The borough policemen are endea
voring to keep the walks at the "Cor
ners" free from loafers, having started
anew last evening.
Ta Collector Keilly will be at the
borough building to receive taxes
every afternoon from 2 to G o'clock
until October SO.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sterner, of 317
North Blakely street, are at South
Bethlehem, where they will spend the
"I wish to express my thanks to the
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for
having put on the market such a won
derful medicine," says W. W. Massln
gili, of Beaumont, Texas. There are
many thousands of mothers whose
children have been saved from attacks
of dysentery and cholera infantum
who must nlso feel thankful. It is for
sale by all druggists. Matthews Bros.,
wholesale and retail agents.
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
TCKSDAY "le IPs Auction."
THURSDAY "The Gill fiom Maxim's."
Academy of Music.
ALL WI:i:K Schiller Stock Company.
PI US r TllItKi: DAYS. "A Lucky Coon."
LAST TllltKi: PAYS. America's Ciiealest
Schiller Stock Company.
The Schiller Mock company opened u week's
engagement at the Academy of Music la-it even
ing, piescnting a first class lnclo-dr.ini.i entitled
"Pnl-cly Accused." Thu piece was handsomely
slai;ed and magnificently cotuinul. Miss Ellu
Komitaiiilik.ni in the leading feminine lole as
Kate lli'iiby, pcitu.ved the- pait witli exceptional
taste and ability and won tlie favor of the audi
ence in a client space of time. Mr. 1'iarier, us
tho aitist, and Mr, Noa as the polished villain,
wric excellent in their respective roles.
Thu lumse was well rilled and the patrons en
jojed the play immensely. Specialties vme in
tioiluced between the nets by Louis (.'mint, a
whistler who is !t whistler. The Cluppelle sis
tus Iiitioduced tlie acrobatic dancing and Hal
oid Kenedy, tlie luonologuht, made the lilt of
One of the biggest novelties ever presented at
tlie Acailinv 01 Music was seen last evening. Lit
tle John, the colored midget, made a decided
hit by the cieier manner in which he did his pe
culiar cake walk. The boy only stands one foot
nod one-half high and could hardly be seen on
Ihe stage. He received several encores nnd will
appear at each performance given by the Schil
ler Stock company this vvek.
This afternoon "Past Lnne" will lie tlie bill,
and tonight "Vc '11ns of Tennessee."
"A Lucky Coon" Company.
A company composed entirely of colored per
fotmcis began n lluee days' engagement, at tlie
Oaloty yi'sterday afternoon pircnllng a Ivvo-nct
musical toniedy entitled "A Lucky Coon," which
Is heavily spiced with very entertaining special
tics. The company contains a number of good per
fouuers and tho entertainment given i. clean
and bright, The specialties of Simpson and Pitt
man, fanny Wise and Walter PKon and Midget
Prlco called forth unstinted upplauso yesterday.
The peiformance will be upcated this and to.
11101 row afternoons und evenings,
A new departure will be Iiitioduced ut the
Oiltty begir.nlng with this afternoon. Smoking
will not bo permitted during the afternoon per
formances and ladles will be admitted fiee to
"Devil's Auction" Tonight.
This season's pi eduction of the "Devil's Auc
tion" will be Hie best ever given by Manager
Yale, and is brim full of novelties, special fea.
lures, etc., etc., besides the niaulra scenery,
tiun.Mmination, funny triek scenes and so on.
In conjunction with tlie above may be men
tioned the high clavs specialties: by M'lle bene
and Zaa, the gill with the dog with tlie auburn
hair, tho three biothers Leando, comedy aero
hate's and gymnasts, the Sisters Clements in
songs 11 nd tutUtic dancing, tho Sldonla ttoup'i
of Diglish biugeis and dancers, imported for
this season's tour; Richard T. Itiowu, the com.
iilianj Miss Annie Lloyd, known as "Tlie Vital
Spaik"; Amelia Maverotlcr and Hilda Maccarl,
ruiope.111 picnilere;, and numerous othcis. At
the Lyceum tonight,
"The GUI from Maxims,"
'ilio funniest of I'leiieh faiccs Is "The fllrl
from Maxim's, will be piesenled at the I.y
ceuni on Tliuisday evening by a special ram.
pany of farceurs oiganUcd for this play, "Tho
dill f 1 mil Maxim's" in IU oilgliul Prcnih foun
has been runnier In ('ails (or the pa.l tlnee
.vi'.us. In lis Ameiican veulon which preseivvs
all he Jolty fun and blight lines ut tlie original,
It had a long and prosperous run at the Cil
terlon theati'i, New Y01W.
The company l nu unusually ilever one.
Tlie ttenie pioducllon is to bu the same a; seen
at the Cilterlon theater, New Yoik. 'flits is a
letuin eniMKCiut'iit of the farce, laving been
ecu belli last season.
The Vaudevtle Stars,
Two tavoiites bum the New Yoik Casino
will be seen at tlie llalety theater, Oct. W, i
and 27, in connection with Amci lea's Oieat
Vaudeville Stars. They arc Jjiiicm f, MacDoiuld
and Annie Martcll, and will appear In a fane
comedy sketch, piouounced by all who have
seen it to bo the peer of any similar act now
bclni? tiroiluepil mi Ihe 11mfotlll0 ,hu. Tl.ta
orgsnlnstlon Is composed of stiktly high class
The People's Exchange.
POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE fop ths lleusm ot VII Vlir
ffnvo Houses to Rent, Rent Estate or Other Property tn
Bell or Exchange, or Who Want Situations or HatpThso
Small Advertisements Cost One Cent a Word, Six Insertions for
Five Cents a Word Except Sltttntioru Want oil, Which At'j In
fou rtKNT-A surrn ok iiooms and also a
front loom .it tlie uncien, &w i.imini street
$10,000 W1M. DIJY-MODfJ. 110MK, rllUlIB
mlnnti'H ualk to Court House. Per paitlcti
lni rail nt lllic. M, It. Ilolgatr, Common
i'OIt HALIl-COXTKXTri 01' HOIMI I'tlltXP
lure, ciqiet', Ir-dillng, etc. Ote WhiIiIiirIhh
run sai,i:-om: iii:uiii,atios hihi: nnt'.ss-
nick iool lalile. AJdiesi A. H. l'rlldiaiil, ti'ij
WAVTRn-. rinnti iavixo. wf.i.t. kstah.
Milled business, or uoutil purchase one-halt
ot nny uooil legitimate buslnrsi (ctecpt wlnei
or whiskies). HcfcicucN nskeil anil mulshed
to be gilt edge. Address A., Titlnine.
WANTEDSnCOND HAND SLOT MACHINES)
mint bo in Rood order: etntc pnltlculars oi
to make and price. Address, L. M., peneral de
livery, Scranton, l'.
vXNTEl2'ott""3 FUKMBUnD HOOMSrrOlt
lllit housekeeping; centrally located. Ad
dress, J. W., Williams building, City.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONHY TO LOAN-STRAIGHT t.OANS AT
once. Curry, Connell building.
ANY AMOUNT OP MONEY TO f.OAN. QUICK,
atralght loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
311-315 Connell building.
SAI.KSMKXVANTEO TO SV.Ui OUIl COOPS
by xamplc to wholesale ami retail trade. We
are tho Uigest and only manutaeluiers in our
line in the u-oild. Liberal salary paid. Address
CAX-ORX Mfg. Co., Saamiah, Oa.
IMPOUNDKD-AT BULL'S IIRA1), ONI! HAY
mate, weight about 1,000 pounds; will bo
old October 24 ut 10 o'clock a. in., if not called
for. O. O. Brink, pound master.
A. B. BRIOOS CLEANS PltlVY VAULTS AND
less pool: no odor. Impioved pump uicd.
A. B. BllltiCS. Proprietor. Leae orden 1100
North Main nvenue, or Kicke's drug More, cor
ner Adams and Mulbeiry. Telephone 0340.
THK ANNUAL MLUTIXO OP TllK STOCKHOLM-
era of The Wyoming Coal and Land company
will 1m- held at the cilice of the company, W.I
Meari building, Scruntou, Pa., on Saturday, Oct.
27, 11100, at 2.30 p. in.
11. C. SHAFF.R, Secretary.
NOTICi: TO OWNKRS OF PROPERTY ON HAST
MarKct fctieet, between the Laclsawanna
river and North Main avenue. The following U
a copy of a resolution of Citv Councils of the
City of Scranton, Pa., approved Oct. S, 1000.
Resolved, by tlie Select Council of the Citv of
Scranton, the Common Council concurring, That
it is hereby declared to be the purpose of the
City of Scranton to ordev that, that portion ot a
certain stieet in said city, known as Last M.11
ket street, lying between the hiidge nossing
the Lacknwanna liver and the paxe nlieie said
Market street and North Main avenue intersects
cai.li other, sliall be pjicd at the expense of the
abutting propel ty, in .iiconlance to the foot
front Mile. Provided that three-fourths ot all
the members elected to each branch of th
councils shall ote in favor theieof. On tlie
passage of tills lesolution lv tho above named
vote, and-tin- approval of tlie Mayor, the City
Cleik shall publish a copy thereof, for ten dajs
in two newspapers published in the City of
Scranton, stating that unless a majou'ty of the
ovvneis of piopeity abutting upon said Kast Mai
ket street between the points above named,
shall signify to councils in writing within sixty
days from Hip date of the approval of this
lesolution, their preference of tin' material de
siied for such pavement, Councils will proceed
to pais an ordinautc directing the paving of
said street with such material us they sec fit.
Approved Oct. .7, 1000. JAMES MOIR, Mayor.
Published in puisuance of the provisions ot
the foregoing resolution.
U. T. LAVKLLK, City Clerk.
vaudeville acts only, and each and every mem
ber is an aitist par excellence In his" or her
particular line. Matinees daily.
So Not Like to Assume Responsi
bility for Railroad Accidents.
By Exclusive Wire from The Associated Press.
Philadelphia, Oct. 22. The Phila
delphia and neadlns Railway com
pany has issued a paper which en
gineers of the Now York division
have been asked to sign. It is as
"I undestand that I am to handle
my train carefully, approach stations
and obscure places with the train un-
I dor control, and exercise such vlgl-
utiiL-e; aim care innx an accident on
account of my carelessness or ne
glect of duty shall not occur. I fully
understand that an engineer can make
or prevent nine-tenths of tho accl
donts on the railroad,"
The men are said to be signing the
paper under 'protest, claiming that by
It they are compelled to shoulder the
responsibility of nine-tenths of all ac
cidents occurring on the rood.
DOWIE MOBBED AGAIN.
From 00 to 700 Students Handle
the Faith-Healer Roughly.
By Kulmivo Wile from The Assoelatod Press.
Lonelon, Oct. 22. John Alexander
Dowle, the Zionist, of Chlcnco, was
mobbed at a meeting; at St, Marten's
town hull this afternoon,
From 000 to 700 students attcmptoel
to prevent the fuith-healer from enter
ing the hall, but a strons- force ot
police pulled Mr. Dowle through the
mob of students, and urrested the ring
leaders. ECUADOR TO .PAY ITS DEBT,
Congress Arranges to Liquidate the
Republic's Foreign Obligation.
By Exclusive Wire from The Associated Piess.
Panama, Columbia, Oct. 22, In a
dispatch from auuyatiul! It Is an
nounced that the Kcuadorlan congress
has made arrant'ements hy which tho
country will pay Us ontira foreign
Theic is more Cutairh in litis section of the
country than all other diseases put together, and
until tho last few jcai.s was supposed 10 be
li.eurable. For u great many jears docters pro
nounced it a local dlwiisc, and prescribed local
icinedies, and by constantly falling w enie with
local tieatment, pronounced it Incur fole. Se.
nice has proven catarrh tu.be a cotutltutiunal
disease, and therefore requite constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufacture)
hy F, J. Cheney k Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cine on the mailed. It is taken
Internally ill doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon.
ful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred
dollar for any case It falls to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonial.. Address,
F. J. CHENEY k CO. TaIhIo. O
luift family fills aic'the best
, . . ' , - i
WASTKUSMAftT YOIJ.NO MAN 'O TKNtJ
phootlntt gallery. Dean, YU I'etin uvenuc.
MUSICIAN'S VANTKI)C!.Attl.ST,T, COUNTI,
baritone )ilaers wanted ut the llixtmi nml
Montana Smeller, (lrr.il Kails, Mmit, llthel mti
nlcl.ms write; union wages paid; only Hist
clu ss men need tn apply, Leader lilac k Kagle
band, 211 nth Mieit, north.
WANlLMIIOOl), sritON'O HOY, HI TO IS
cars ot aire, lo Irani tinners' trade. Wolf
k Wcurel, 210 Adaim auuuc.
WANTF.U-A 0001) WOMAN' TO Kl'.t:!' IIOI'MI!
or wants a ho-nc. Atldiiw I'.tl Mniitnii, .Mm
MAHINR CORPS UNlTP.t) STATI'.S NAVY til!
erultii wanted Able-bodied men; serilco on
our wnralilps In all parts ot the world nnd on
land In the Philippines, when required. Lieu
tenant Colonel n, 11. Tlussell, N. W, Corner Lark
awanna and Wyoming avenues, Scranton.
CnnSRMAKtNO FOtl CMLDItEN TO OltDKtl;
also ladies' waists. Louise Shoemaker, 212
SITUATION WANTi:U-lIY YOl'XO. Ullth AT
light homcuotk. ITlll Summit liM'iiue,
Si. rn n ton.
SITUATION WAXTi:il-UV A YOl'XO HN VO
drhe, Hired 21 jeam. Addicts U Jones hloik,
lear 711) Pi Ice tieot.
COLORED OIIU.S WANTS POSITION AS NUlShl'.
or vlijiiibiimald. Mi. Annie Coh-nun, 'Ml
I'helpj street, city.
WANTKO POSITION OY A .MAN OP 2s; ANY
honorable woik; ufeuiKei. Address P. O..,
ANTi:i A POSITION AS COLLECTOR. OR
any outdoor woik. Can finni-.il lefetcnees.
Addie-s 1717 Sanderson avenue, city.
SITPATIOV WANTKD-AS A CASHIER OR
wellness: would like to get woik as soon as
possible. Addicss A, Tribune oillce.
A COLORED CtRL WANTS WASHING TO HO
at home. No. S.M Phelps street, Scianton, Pa.
BOOKKEEPER WOULD LIKE POSITION; TEM-
perate and reliable; would assUt in sluie;
low saliny. Bookkeeper, 11H l'alifleld stieet,
SITUATION WANTED-I1Y YOUNfl 01111, IN
doetoi's or lavvjei's office; salaiy moderate.
Address "Maggie," Tiibune oillce.
SITUATION WANTED A GERMAN COOK
wishes situation as vegetable and meat cook,
M. K., Tribune ottlce.
SITUATION WANTEH-ltOOKKEEt'ER WISHES
a situation. K. K., Tiibune otlice,
COPYIST EXPERIENCED YOUNG WOMAN
would like extia coplng, deeds, bonds,
mortgages, etc. Adelicss C'upjlst, Tiibune ottlce.
hlTUATION WANTKD-A FIRST CLASS LAUN-
diess would like Monti ey and Tuesday;
steed-. Aeldrrss M.i.y Donnelly, Scranton P. O.
SITUATION WANTED-nY A COLORED MAN
to drive team or to woik on the farm or in
a piirate family, or any kind of work. Poieat
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD O SPAULDINO, C. P.
eis' Dank building.
A., 21 TRAD-
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCTHTEOT, CONNELL
building, Si ranton.
FREDERICK L IIROWN, ARCHITECT, PRICE
builuing, 128 Washington avenue, Seranton.
Cabs and Carriages.
KUHRER TIRED CARS AND CARRIAGES; BEST
of servile. Pinnipt attention given orders, hy
'iilione, 'Phones 2072 and 5332. Joseph Kclley.
DR. C. E. EH.E.VUEIIUEIt, PAULI BUILDING,
Spiuce 6treet, Scianton.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PRIVATE IIOS.
pital, coiner Wjomlng and Mulbeiry.
DR. C. C. J.AUIlACTI, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
DR. 11. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THU ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANKLIN AT
nuc. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAU D.. L. k W. PAS
senger depot, Conducted on tlie European plan,
VIOTOlt KOCH, Proprietor.
J. W. BROWNING, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL,
lor-ut-law. Rooms 312-313 Meats building,
1). B. UEPLOGLE, ATTORNEY -LOANS NICGoi
Hated on leal estate security. Mcais building,
eorner Washington avenus and Spruco street,
WILLARD, VARREN & UNAPP, AriORNEYS
and counsellors-at-lavv. Republican building,
J2SSUP i: JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COU.T
fellors-at-lavv. Conimoiivveallh building, Rooms
10, 20 and 21.
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEV-AT-LAW.
Rooms 514, 015 and 610 Boaid of Tiada build
ing, EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY,
003-004, Otli floor, Mcars building,
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa,
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT LAW,
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON k WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. CO.MEQVS, 8-13 REPUBLICAN BUILDING.
A. W. BERTIIOLF, ATTORNEY, MEA11S BI.DG.
Physicians and Surgeons,
DR, W, E. ALLEN, 511 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S, W, L'AMOHHAUX, OFFICE fS'i W,SI
Ington avenue, Roldcnce, 1313 Mulbcrrv.
Chronic dlsva(s, lungs, heait, kidnejs and
geuitn-urinary oigaui a specialty, I Joins, 1 to
I p. m.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, SCRANTOV,
Pa. Couisc preparatoiy to college, law, nicdl
line or b.islncse. Opens Sept, Utlt. Send for
catalogue. Rev Thomas M ('ami, LL. I)., prin
eipal and pioprietor; W. E. Plumley, A. n
fi. It. CLMtK A- CO., SEEDSMEN AND NURS,
er.Miun, stoie C01 Washington avenue; stem
houses, 1050 Noilh Main avenue; etoiu tele,
Joseph KUiirriiL, rearou lckawanna
avenue, beiatitun, Pa., niaiiufaeturci o( Wile
BAUER'S" OKCIIKSTRA-MUSIO "for llALLS,
picnics, pattio ice cptiens, vve-ddlngs and (on.
celt well; furnblicd, Fur tiims addns R. .1,
Bauei, couduetoi, 117 Wyoming aniiue, ovei
Ilulbert's luudc store.
MEOARCEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN.
velopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, 130
W'.iuingtuu avenue, Scraiilon, Pa.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE ,
Schodule In Effect May 87, 100d.
Trntns leave Scranton!
0.45 a. m week days, for Sunbur.
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, BaltV
more, Washington and for Pitt
burgr and the Woit.
9.38 a. m., week days, for Hasleton,
Pottsvllle, Reading Norrlstown,
and Philadelphia! and for Sua
bury Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Bttltimore.Wnshington and Pitt
burg and the West.
2.18 p. "jn., week days, (Sundays
1.D8 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia. Baltimore,
Washington nnd Pittsburg and
the West. For Hazleton, Potts
vllle, Reading, &c. week days.
4,27 p. m,, week days, for Sunbury,
Hnzletort, PottBvllle, Harrlsburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
J, it. moon. on. Pan. Agt.
J. 11. HUTCHINSON, Gen. Mgr.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect June 10, 1900.
South Leave Scrnulon for New Yoik t 1.45,
3.00. 5.J0, 8,0(1 and 10.itt a. tn., 12.S5. .1,'I3 nnd
8.10 p. in. For Philadelphia at 5.10. 8.00 slid
loo, , m.j yijk; 3n, -i.as p. in. for Strouds
burg at (1.10 p. m. Milk and aeeommodatlon ot
, ?- '' '" Anlve at Iloboken at (kfiS, 7.IH.
10.13 a. tn.: 12.01. 2.,7, 4.4R, 7.111 and 0.43 p. in.
Arrive at Philadelphia at 10.00 a. m. 1.08, 3..
0.00 and 9.i p. ,. Airlve fiom New ork at
1.0.V J.0D , ui.-JO a, m.: 1.00, 1.52. 5.43, 8.4J
and 11.au p. n,. tiom SUnudsbtirg at S.Oj u. in.
.Noith Leave Scianton for nutfnlo and Inter
mediate stations at 1,10, 1.10 and 8.30 a. m.i
', o.4S and It. S3 p. 111. For Oswego and 8r
use at l.io u. in, and l." p. m. For Utlca at
Lie a. ni. and 1,.V p. in. For Montiose at 8,30
a. in.; LO.-, p. in. mid s,4S p. in. For Nlchel
(on at 4.00 nml 0.15 p. m. For niiighamlon. lO.rJ
and 8.50 p. m. Airlve In Scranton from TlulTal
t 1.J0, 2.55. 5.35 and 10.00 a. in.; 3.30 and 8.01
P m. Fiom Oswego and Syracuse nt 2.55 . m.
12..iS and 8.00 p. m. From 1'lica at 2.35 a. m.f
l'-.-iS and 3..10 p. m. 1'roni Nicholson at. 0.60 a.
in. and ei.00 p. m. Fiom Montrose at 7.53 nrt
10W :i. in.; .-1.20 and S.00 p. in.
llloninslmig Division Leave Scranton for
Noitliunibriland nt O.n, 10.05 a. m.; 1.31 and
5.50 p. m. For Plj mouth at 1.05, 3.40, 8.55 and
11..1.; p. in. For Nanticoke at 8.10 a. m. ArriT
at Nnitliiinibeiland at 035 a. in. ; 1.10, 5.00 and
8.45 p. in. Auhc nt Nanticoke at 11.10 a. m.
An he nt Pl.vmoiilh at 2.00, 1.32, fl.50 p. m. ard
12.30 a, in. Anlve at Scranton from Northvmi.
beiland nt 0.12 a. in.; 12.35. 4.50 nnd 8.4J p.
in. From Nanticoke at 11.00 ,i. m. From
I'lj mouth at 7.50 a. in., 3.20, 5.35 and 11.10 p.
South Leave Seranton 1.40, .1.00, 5.40, 10 05 .
m.: a..ll, a.w and 8.10 p. in.
Noith Leave Scranton at. 1.10, 4.10 . m.i
1.55, fi.48 and 11.35 p. m.
Itloomsbuig Division Leave Seranton t 10.S6
a. in. and 5.50 p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect June lltli, l'KX).
Tialns for Cailiondale leave Scranton at 6.M,
7.5.1, s.51, 10.13 a. in.; 12.00, 1.23. 2.2(1, 3.02, 5.16,
0.21, 7.57, 0.15, 11.15 p. m.: 1.10 a. in.
For Honcsd.ile and Lake Lodoic (1.20, 10.13 1.
tn.: 2.20 anil 5.25 p. ni.
For W'ill,cs-n.iric 0.45, 7.48, 8.43, 0.3S. 10.43 a.
in.; 12.0J, 1.2S, 2.1S, 3.33, 1.27, 0.10, 7.48, 10.41,
11.30 p. m.
For L. V. R. R. polnts-0.45 a. m.; 12.01, 2.18,
3.33 and 11.30 p. in.
For Penii-jlvanli II. R. points 0.45, 0.38 a.
ni. : 2.1S and 4.27 p. in.
For Albany and all points north 6.20 a. ni.
and 3.52 p. m.
For Carbondale 0.00, 11.33 a. m.j 2.25, 3.52,
5.17, 10.52 p. m.
For Wilkc-naiic 0.38 a, m.; 12.03, 1.38, 3.23,
0.27, 8.27 p. m.
For Albany and points noith 3.52 p. in.
For Honesdalc and Lake Lodore 0.0O a. nt.
anil 3.52 p. in.
Lowest lates to all points in United States and
.1. W. IH'RDICK, C. P. A.. Albany, N. Y.
II. W. CROSS, D. P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect May 27, 1900. (
Trains Leave Scranton.
For Philidclplila and New Yoik via D. !c II.
R. It., ut 0.45 a. in. and 12.0.1, 2.18, 4.27 (Black
Diamond Expicss), ami 11.30 p. in. Sundays, V.
& II. 11. 11., 1..VS, 7.18 p. m.
For White Ilavcn, lf.i7lcton and principal
points in the coal legions, via D. & II. It. R,,
0.45. 2.18 and 1,27 p. in. For Pottsvllle, 6.45,
2.18 p. in.
For Bethlehem, Easlon, Reading, Itarrishurg
and principal inteniicdiate stations via D. k II.
R. R., 0.13 n. m.i 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia
mond Express), 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. & II.
It. It., 1.58, 7.4S p. ni.
For Tiiiikliannotk, Tovvanela, Eluiiia, Ithaca,
Geneva and principil intermediate stations, via
1)., L. & W. It. II., 8.03 a. m.; 1.05 and 3.35
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chle-ago, and all points vvckt, via D. II. H. R.,
12 0,1, 3.3.1 (Black Diamond Express), 7.48, 10.41,
11.30 p. in. Sundays, I). k II. 11. R., 12.03 p.
m.i 7.48 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh Valley
pallor cars on all trains between Wilkes-Barre
nnd New Yoik, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sun
110LL1N II. WILP.UR, Gn. Supt., 28 Cortland
stieet. New York.
CHAHLES S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt., 78 Cortland
street. New Yoik.
A. W. NONNEM.VCJIER. Dlv. Pass. Agt., South
For tickets and Pullman reseivatlons apply to
309 Lrckawanna aronue, Scianton, Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Stations In New York-Toot of Liberty street,
N. ., and South Feny.
Antlnacito coil vised exclusively, insuring
cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFEC'T MAY 20. l0i).
Tialns leave Seranton for New York, Newark,
Elizabeth. Philadelphia, EaMon. Bethlehem, Al-lontou-n,
Maiieli Chunk and White Haven, at 8M
a. m.i cNpiess, 1,20; espicvi, 4.00 p. m. Sun
days, 2.15 p. in.
For I'ittston and Wllices-Barre, 8 30 a. nt.; 1.20
and 4.00 p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. lit.
For Baltimore und Washington, and points
South and Wet via Bethlehem, 8.30 a. m,, 1.20
p. in. Sunda.vs, 2.15 p. in.
For Long Branch, Ocean Glove, etc., at 8.30
,i, in, mid 1.20 p. in.
For Heading, Lebanon and Hairiiburg, via Al
lent'ivvn, S..!0 a. ni. und 1.20 p. m. Sundays,
2.15 p. m.
For PolUvllle, 8.30 i. m., 1.20 p. in.
Through tiel els to all points east, south and
west at lowest t.ites at Hie station.
.1. II. OIILIIAUSEN, fihii. Sunt.
II. P. BALDWIN, Gen. Pass. Agt.
New York, Ontario nnd Western R,R.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, JUNE 24,
North Bound Trains,
Seian- Carbon- Arrive,
Tialns. ten, ehle, Cadoaia,
0 10.10 a, in. 11.20 a, ill.1 1,05 p.m.
20.1 3.45 p. tn. 4,32 p.m. 5.45 livDi.
207 0.00 p, in, Arrive Carhondale, 0,10 pm.
South Hound Trains. - "
Cadosla, Cailiondale, Scianton.
2(12 7.00 a. in. 7,40 a. m.
201 8.10.1. in. I0.0'2 a. in. ID. Ha. ill,
200 2.01 p. in. 3.31 p, in. 4.20 p. m.
y Seian- Caiboti- Arrive,
ton. dale, Caeloils,
2a-, ,,.,,, S.50 a. in. 0.10a. m. 10,45 a. ni.
200 7.00 p. in.Aiilvo Cubondale, 7.45 p. ni.
Cadosla, Carbondale. -rinton,
202 7.00a, in, 7.10a, m.
"OS 4.30 p: in. 6.54 p. in, 0.35 p. ni,
Tiain No. 201 makes connection for polnti
Noith mid South on Main Line, at Cadntia.
Tialns Nos. 205 and 2.08 make Main Line con-
pee lions on Sunday,
For futtlier Infoini.ition. tonsiilt tic Let' sgsnta.
.1. l. ANDERSON, Hen. Pas. Agt,, New York.
J. E. WELSH, Tiaveling Pajienger Agent, Scran
Erie and Wyoming Valley,
Times Table In Effect Sept, 17, 1000,
Trains for llaulrjr and lo at points, connect'
Ing at Haw ley with Erie rallioad (or New York,
Nevvlniridi ad intcrnie'dlate points, leavo Seian-
tun at 7.05 a. in, and 2.2.5 p, in.
Tialu arrive at Scranton at 10.30 a. m. and
(i.pl p. in.
THE WII.KESDARlIi: RECORD CAN llTHAD
In Scranton at the news stands of Rebjman
Bios.. 405 Spiuee ami MM Llndcnt M. Norton,
322 Laekaw a avenuej J. S. SchuUer, 211
mrs.'l. t, KEi.LER.simiTTfliaTireriTrwo
tluiuiiooiug, 50c. : fsaclal mumn uulaa,
I Ing, 25c; chiiopody, 701 (Julncy,
W. , t? Wi , Ml' - U-4w( -Mm,
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