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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WKbNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1900.
The Heart Cry of the
Mother, come Lack from that echoleM shore
Am! lake tne hkhIii In your nrttu ns of yore."
When the mother is taken from the
home, the loss falls heavily on each
member of the family. But in time
kindly Nature heals the wounds, dulls
the memory, and comforts the heart.
The little girl turns anew to her dolls
nnd her plays nnd her mother becomes a
memory, 'flic real loss Hint she has
sustained comes to her much later in,
life, when standing with reluctant feet
where womanhood nud girlhood meet,"
lie feels the need of a mother's counsel.
She is perplexed about' conditions of
which she cannot speak to any other.
She thinks of the funiily physician. But
her delicate nature shrinks from the
questions she might be called upon to
answer. And so without counsel or help
she drifts along while every day time
tightens the fetters pi disease.
Vouug women instinctively know that
certain conditions are abnormal. They
know "that heads and backs were not
made to ache. But they do not know
where to turn for relief.
ANY MOTHER WOULD SAY
what almost every mother knows, that
j Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the
best medicine for the cure of womanly
illc. It not only cures headache and
backache but it cures the womanly ills
which cause thc6C pains.
1 I am so much better since I com
menced taking your ' Favorite Prescrip
tion,' " writes Miss Jessie Simmons, of
Thurston, Frederick Co., Md. "I am
very much improved in health, and feel
as though I had a new lease of life. It
vas just what I needed. Am more than
thankful to you for the kindly interest
on have taken, and hope that others
will find the same benefit from your valu
able books and medicines that I have."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
not offered as a cure-all. It is a woman's
medicine, and it accomplishes perfectly
the cure of womanly diseases. It estab
lishes regularity. It dries unhealthy and
olfensivc drains. It heals inflammation
und ulceration and cures female weak
ness. It is a purely vegetable prep
aration, containing no alcohol, neither
opium, cocaine nor any other narcotic,
and cannot disagree with, the most
WAYNE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
Twenty-third Annual Session to Be
Held at Honesdale, Nov. 1G.
Special to the Suanlun Tiibune,
Honustlule, Nov. 5. Tho thirty-third
annual session of the Vsiynu County
Teachers' liisliUito will bo held In Hie
court house commencing Nov. VI, clos
ing Friday, Nov. 30. The instructor!,
are Dr. A. K. Winship. Boston, Jlnss.;
Prof. F. H. C.reon, West Chester N01
mal school; Prof. H. B. Lurrnbei. Kcui
ka college, New York; music, Prof. ,7.
T. Walking, Smmttin, Pa.; Mis
Grace A. Cony, pianist, llonesdula.
Kvening lectures and r-ntertainiu.iits
will bo as follows: .Monday evening,
In the court house, lecture, "Unseals
and Saints," by Dr. A, K. Winship;
Tuesday; Nov. l.'l, in the opera house,
the Phllliarmonlr! orchestra, of Hones
dale, assisted by outside talent; AVeil
nesduy evening, opera house, lenUir-s
with experiments, "Liquid Air," Prof..
Kugene C. Foster; Thursday evening,
court house,' the ,T. T, Watkins Con
cert company, of Scraiiton. The
Wayno County School Directors' as
sociation will meet In annual session
In the Honesdale high school room
Thursday, Nov. 15, at 10.30 a. in. Coun
ty Superintendent D, L. I lower Inn
spared no pains to inaUo tlm coming
Institute one of uiisuul Interest to nil
who arc Interested In educational mat
Bpcelsl to the Scranlon Tribune,
Factoryvllle, Nov, 5. Union tem
perance services were held at the
Baptist church last Sunday evening,
Rev, AY. H. Hlllm having charge In
stead of the usual monthly iHiinr
anco sermon, four ladles of tho Meth
odist Episcopal and baptist churches
gave Ifi-nilnuto addresses and wero
listened to by a largo and appreciative
audience, Their subjects bad been
carefully prepared and each speaker
did credit to themselves and advanced
a long wuys the noblo cnuso in which
tho "W, C. T. U, are laboring for,
Colonel D. N, Mnthewsou. of Wash
ington, D, a, Is up horo and will go
to the polls today and assist In the.
te-electlon of President McKlnluy,
The colonel Is looking hale and hearty,
VleOr tO the Whole belne. Allrlmlnc
. arc properly cured, their condition often
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Young women especially do not realize
how Intimately the general health is
related to the health of the delicate
womanly organs. When the local dis
eases nre cured by "Favorite Prescript
tion" the general health at once im
proves. The appetite is restored, sleep
is enjoyed, the form rounds out, the
cheeks regain the hue of health. Miss
Simmons says in the letter as a result of
using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
she feels as though she had
A NEW IHASn ON t,tVP
This is not only a feeling but a fact, as
is shown by thousands of testimonials
which say " ' Favorite Prescription ' has
made a new woman of me."
" I am still improving more and more
every day. I am just us well now as I
was when I eanic into the world," writes
Mrs. P. A. Graham, of 617 Race Street,
New Orleans, T.a. . I will put it at that,
anyway, for cannot remember ever
seeing a well day since 1
became a woman (twenty
five years ago), until six
months ago when I began
the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription aud
'Golden Medical Discov
ery ' and ' Pleasant Pel
lets.' They are the best
medicines on earth made
for women nud their com
plaints. No matter what
the disease may be even if
called incurable by the
doctors. If any suffering
woman will write Doctor
Pierce he will write her a
fatherly letter and give her
good advice aud if she
will follow his instructions
will find out in a very
short time that she has been mistaken
by putting her trust in home doctors. I
had been sick for eight years until six
months ago I commenced with Dr. R. V.
Pierce's medicine and it brought me
out to where I am now, from ninety
pounds to one hundred and thirty-five.
Auy lady may write to me, enclosing
stamps, and I will answer."
Women suffering from diseases of long
standing are invited to consult Dr. Pierce
by letter, free. All letters are read in
private and answered in private, and the
written confidences of women are guard
ed by the same strict professional pri
vacy observed in personal consultations
with Dr. Pierce, at the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute. Address correspon
dence to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
A great many women who have taken
advantage of Dr. Pierce's offer of free
consultation by letter, have expressed
their gratification at being able escape
in this way the indelicate questionings,
the offensive examinations and obnox
ious local treatments, considered neces
sary by some local practitioners. Dr.
Pierce's wide experience and wonderful
succcess in the treatment and cure of
womanly diseases, enables him to obtain
accurate knowledge of diseases by the
written statement. In a little over thirty
years, assisted by his staff of nearly a
score of physicians, Dr. Pierce, chief
consulting physician to the JnvalidV
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. Y., has treated and cured hundreds of
thousands of weak and sickly women.
The dealer who offers a substitute for
"Favorite Prescription" as "just as
good " does so to obtain the little more
profit paid by the sale of less meritorious
preparations. Accept no substitue for
"Favorite Peescription," the medicine
which makes weak women strong and
sick women well.
WHAT MISS GREER THINKS.
" I think that your ' Adviser ' is a fine
book," writes Miss Flora I. Greer, of 107
Howe Street, Akron, Ohio, "and a book
that everyone should own. If more
girls would read it instead of trashy
novels there would be healthier women
and children than there are to-day."
The book referred to is Dr. 'Pierce's
Common Sense v Medical Adviser. It
contains 1008 large pages and over 700
illustrations, and is sent five on receipt
of stamps to pay expense of mailing
only. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the
cloth-bound volume, or only -'i stamps
for the book in paper-covers. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
and feels much better than when here
Jlrs. M. W. liliss returned Sunday
from a week's visit at Cnniptown.
Mr. and Mrs. William lielcher, of the
Tunnel, have broken up housekeeping
and are boarding nt the home of Mr.
J. K. SJwelsIg, or this place.
Mr. Garrett Dogart, of Seranton, was
a ciiIlT here yesterday.
Fiiulnwua Ttebekah lodge, No. 38, In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, will
meet In regular session this evening
nnd nominate ofllcers.
George Courtright and daughter, of
Philadelphia, were here yesterday at
tending tho funeral of the late L. D,
Pantoi Factoryvllle, No. .17, Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows, will
hold u regular meeting tomorrow
nigltt, Nov. 7. Every member will be
expected to bo present.
There will be a meeting at the Bap
tist church Wednesday evening for tho
purpose of organizing an advanced
singing class, which will be dlreetsd
by Mr, Waller Manchester,
S-pnlJl to the huunlun Tiilnuif.
Wyaluslug. Nov. C.-MUs Nelllo
Chamberlain returned home Saturday
from a month's visit with relatives nt
New Jersey and Carhoudale.
Miss Carrie Jones, of Athens, spent
Sunday 'with her sister, Grueo Jones,
Mr. Murtin Stalfonl attended the
foot ball game at Wllllanisport Satur
day. Miss Bertha aaylonl visited Airs.
Itowlaud Crandal, at SterusvUle, re
cently, Mr. Joe, Hillls, of Uushvllle, was call
ing In town Saturday,
Mrs, Charles Newman and son, Cprl,
ore visiting her brother, itow Col
.Mr. and Mrs. "Will Welles and daugh
ter, Hn.el, spent Sunday with relatives
at Home, Pa,
.Mr. J.eon Heecher. of LoUaysvllle,
spout Sunday In town.
Miss Nelllo Atwood, of J.e Raysvlllo,
Is learning the dressmaking trade at
Mrs. U. T. Sturdevant's.
Miss pottle Kullner spent u few days
with her sister, Mrs. Charles Fuller, at
Miss Nuno Stack was calling In
Mr, 1. J. Waldo and family moved
to Wysox last week.
Mr, Fred Armstrong, of Athens, visit
ed relatives In town last week.
Tho United Workers of tho Presby.
WHEN IN DOUBT, TRY Thy1iyejtoodrtieicsioryear,
..i4 wvi tufca tuousauus 01
cases of Ncrvogj Diseases, sued
a) Debility. Dininess.Sleenleu.
sess and Vaticoctlt,Atrophy,&c.
They clear the brain, itrengthea
the circulation, make digcttioi
nH !, ar. rl,L-.l rfv,..Hu llfnl... 4.1.m
worries them into Insanity, Consumption or Death,
with Irnnl.d la.3l nii.nnl,.tnni..n,r,mJ,lu
Address. PEAL MEDICIIIE no.. Cl.v.land. n. V
teiinn church wilt have a Thanksgiving
dinner In tho Presbyterian parlors.
Mr?. I... Lench nnd son and MIfh VIo
lettn, Klllott returned to Auburn, N. T
after n week's visit lit town with rela
tives, Airs. Frank Hlocuni unit niece, Miss
Murjoi'ta Bunnell, spent last Wednes
day at Mr. Mnnford Stevens, Morryall.
MIfh Alllc Hoffmnn, of Cold Crook,
spent Sunday with her mother.
Mr. Joe Sando, of the United Stales
army, who has been home on a fur
lough, left Friday night for IjUsson,
Mr. Fay Burrows und Miss Mae
Whitney spent Sunday nt his home In
5Vd.il to the i-Yninton Tritium.
Sptingvllle, Nov. r.. Mr.. l.ucy
AVnltt'loo Is confined to her bed by
sickness. !!h say. thorp w nothing
the matter with 1 u , und yft she can
not get up.
Mrs. S. O. Culver nnd daughter
Coral, visited Mrs. Amanda Scott nt
the homo or Henry Amcy In Lemon,
A. E. P.odncy has Just finished laying
a crossing from Kollogg's store to his
place of business.
t. 1). I'tiyton Is building a barn on
his lot opposite tho academy.
Mr. George Emerson nnd wife of
Owogo, N. Y are visiting their nephew
Del. Hendcrshot, and wife In town.
Sprlngvllle band were hired by the
people of this town to go to Montrose
on Saturday to tho grand Republican
rally, and the boys report a big time.
They returned home a little before
Charlie Bunnell's slcknesffethls time
was of short duration, and ho Is now
doing his work ns usual.
The last bnll gome played here was
belweon Sprlngvllle nnd, Dhnock,
Sprlngvllle being the winner by over
Mrs. Mary Bceinan has returned to
her home hero after an absence of
several weeks with friends at Falr
dal. Air'. F. T. Kellogg has lately re
turned from visiting her father at
Palton, Pa., who has been very sick.
Geo. K. Taylor and Pierce Klnney
both report good sales of the form
record for which they have been
A. I.. Stevens spent last week in
New York city on business connected
with his stone trade.
On Thursday evening next the band
boys have decided to have an oystar
supper, the one set for last week be
ing a failure because of the rain.
The work on the Methodist parson
age has been completed by Charles
Aimer and asslstnnt and it is ready
lor the painter. S. O. Culver has been
engaged to do the artistic work, and
will begin at once.
Monday was the day for the old
vets to fill out their pension vouch
ers, anil there are a large lot of
the boys eiune together to make ready
for the little amounts.
Special (o the Seranton Tribune.
Hallstead, ?JW. C A load of '.'S
young people went from hero to Uji
sonvillo to hold meetings last Sun
Fred D. Lamb or Albany was In
town Sunday visiting former school
mates. Miss Carrie Mead, J. P. Loderick and
C. N. VanNcss arc among the sink.
Mr. and Mrs. George: Hatfield ore
the guests of Seranton fiineds.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown have
moved into the house at the corner
the guests of Seranton friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Bray of Lusk avenues
this week changed their residence to
a house on Railroad street.
Mrs. Joseph Wesley has returned
home from a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. William Hardcastle at Washing
ton, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gorton will the
last of this month remove to Islet,
N. Y whore Mr. Gorton has secured
a lucrative situation.
Mrs. Ben Wrightly of Wright street
has her residence connected with the
town water nnd other improvements
W. H. Austin lias had a handsome
bath tub placed In his residence and
Mrs. A. F, Merre!l and two children
drove to Windsor Tuesday to visit
Benjamin Brooks, engineer at the
silk mill, while at work about the
factory Monday stepped upon a nail,
it penetrated his foot entering thrugh
sole of his shoe and passing through
the foot came out at the top of the
shoe. The wound was eniefully dress
ed to avoid blood poisoning. He was
able to be about Tuesday.
Miss Eva VanWormer, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred VanWormer, en
tertained a score of her young friends
nt a birthday party last Monday eve
ning. A fine time wus enjoyed by all
Justice C. L. Crook has improved
about his home on Main street by re
moving the Tence between the front
yard and the side walk.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Teed returned
homo from a visit with Blnghamton
Mrs. J, IT. VanLoan entertained
about twenty lady friends at a tea
party Friday afternoon. A fine repast
was served tho guests.
A regular meeting of the town coun
cil was held Monday evening. No
business of Importance was transacted
aiildo from tho paying of a number of
The poll of votes at the election to
day was the largest on record.
Miss Katherlnc Summerton and SI
las Hlbbard culled on relatives In
Miss Grace Robinson last week en
tertained a numbor of her friends at
her home on Pnyton avenue by holding
a Hallowe'en party,
Misses Lot and Ethel Slmrell and
Besslo Capwell wero the guests of
.Mrs, Charles Sunford, at Sayre, last
Miss Ella Lowu Tllfuny attended tho
funeral of a friend at Blnghainton,
John Aiken entertained his friend,
Mr. Schoonover, of Seranton, Sunday.
Mrs. George Bognrt Is visiting
friends at Lanesboro,
Mrs, Margaret Stock Is visiting
friends tit Windsor.
Warren Van Loan, of Washington,
D. C, an employe of the census otllce,
came home to vote, Upon returning
to Washington his mother will accom
puny him for several weeks' visit at
the national cunltnl.
Manager C. M. Kessler, of the chair
factory, was in Seranton on business
Hon. James T. Du Bois, was called
to Seranton, Monday, where he made
tho closing address of the Republican
campaign In that city.
William Knoeller Is erecting a fine
barn for the uso of Charles E. Moxley.
Tho barn Is bdng built In the rear of
Mr. Moxley's residence on Park ave
nue. John Jones, the veteran of tho round
house, Is seriously III at his home here.
He Is confined to his bed.
John Humphrey, who Is seriously III
with appendicitis, remains In a criti
cal condition! no one Is allowed to
Edward Simons was In Scrnnton on
business Inst Thursday.
l. O. Sawyer, of lllmlrn, was visiting
Hallstead friends Monday,
Several Hallstead business people;
have received letters of Inquiry from
ninglmmton financiers relative to the
population of the town nnd other In
formation. It Is snld by the PJughnm
ton imrlles that they are malting the
Inquiry with a view of building on
electric road from Ulnghuinton to
Ira Hoover, the oldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Hoover, Is dangerously 111
with consumption at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. IX, V. 13ogurt, of ning
hnintou, spent Sunday In Hallstead its
the guests of relatives.
Mrs. Warren Slmrell visited In Tllng
hnnitou on Saturday.
George Bogurt, a carpenter, who re
cently secured employment at the chair
factory, received a painful accident
Inst Monday. He commenced work nt
the circular lip snw.nnd had the thumb
of his hand caught In tho machinery.
It was cut off Just below the roots of
tho null, lie will be laid up for some
Miss Austin, of Deposit, Is visiting
at the home of Mrs. John Austin.
All Hnllstead linemen of tho West
ern Union Telegraph company were
given a holiday on election day.
Six locomotives from the Hallstead
yard wore sent to Elmlra on Sundny.
The engines stayed there, but tho crews
were returned. There are now five en
gineers nnd onb fourteen engines here.
Manager H. F. Bernstein, or the silk
mill, says that the mill will resume
operations within a few days. He wnt
to Now York Immediately after casting
his ballot Tuesday, to arrange for the
running of the mill.
Joe Dennis has been pluced In chaige
of the yard hero nights, nnd Russell
Shaw has been appointed as his assistant.
The school board met in regular
session on Monday evening. A large
amount of business was transacted
but they did not get through and
will endeavor to complete" the business
this evening. The following members
wero present: Dixon, O'Brien, Clif
ford, Ward, Davis, and Doran. The
minutes of the previous meeting were
approved and tho various committees
heard from. The repair committee was
instructed to have the plaster In No.
- mended and the fence repaired.
Treasurer AVebster reported that he
had received $2,100 trom tax collector
Moore, and $3S0 for bonds. Tho re
port from the county superintendent
that the teachers had attended Insti
tute regularly was received. Miss
Seamen was given a room in No. 1
building to teach select night school.
The bills were referred to the bill com
mittee. Thomas Hodjson came home from,
Schenectady to vote yesterdaj'.
Mrs. Patrick Curley and Mrs. Henry
Cuiiey left yesterday t" join their
husbands nt Frostburg, Md.
The Daughters of St. George will
meet in regular session this evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Richardson,
will leave for their home in Grennell,
la., after several weeks' visit at the
home of Mrs. Hodjson.
At a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary
St. Aloyslus sociaty held on Monday
evening the TolloWing officers wiev
elected: President, Kate Clarke, vice
president, Mary Duggan; recording
"corotary, Kate Maloney; financial
secretary, Nellie Murphy, treasurer,
Mrs. D. McMullen; marshal, Mary Mc
Laughlin; sergeant-at-arms, Margaret
Mr-Kane; stewards, Bca Gilroy, Nellie
Moron, Lizzie Lawler.
Mrs. John Bawl and daughter of
Wllllanisport are the guests of Mr.
ind Mrs. C. Druffner.
Spciinl to the Pi.rntoii Tribune,
Hopbottom. Nov. 6. On Friday even
ing of this week Rev. W. Robert Goes,
or Jersey City, will present at the
Unlversalist church an illuminated
lecture on the "Life of Christ," Includ
ing a presentation of the "Passion
Play." The entertainment promises to
be both Instructive and Interesting.
Rev. and Mrs. Ballou are visiting
their daughter, Mrs. E. M. Tiffany.
Dr. Slckler, who establl-'.ed himself
here a few weeks ago, has located else
where, hoping to llnd a broader field
for ids labors.
Orin Hinckley, who resides a lit
tle distance from tho village, received
a broken leg on Saturday. He Is hav
ing a well drilled and was assisting
about the work when some part of the
machinery broke and struck him, bad
ly fracturing the bone near the ankle.
Mrs. E. M. Tiffany will assist tho
Gibson people with their entert'jinment
given Thursday evening, in connection
with their church fair.
Special to the Seranton Tribune,
Starruccu, Nov. 6. Mrs. Nicholas
Ward, of Blnghamton, visited her
mother, Mrs. Dalton, last week.
Mrs. Mary Getter, of Susquehanna,
is visiting nt the homo of Angus
Mrs. Martin Reddingtou, of Oneonta,
visited thu Iwnio of Mrs. John Red
dlngton lust week,
Professor H. J. Hockenberry, of Car
bondale, delivered a Prohibition ad
dress Monday evening.
Miss Isadora Condon has returnoi
to Forest Cltv.
Francis Merrlgau, of Scott township,
Is attending school here.
The Ladles' Aid society served a
dinner and supper on Tuesday.
Charles Frazzee, of Galeton, has re
"Vou Uncvr," -aid the ClilncM. (liplfnut, "wc
an cry much utuclirU to our ancrttoid."
"Oh Hut's all ilitlit!" will thu Kmopoan
ttatranuii, cheerfully. "We'll leave your anecs.
8100 Reward 8100.
The leaders of this paper will he ploj.ed io
leain that Ihciu U ut least one dieadc-il UIm-js-c
that icii-ui.'t las been able lu mro In all Its
states anil that is catanh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
h the imly poi.Iii'.e cute now Known lu the
nicdlial fiateinllj. falanli belinr a runstllil.
tiouul ilUiMM-, ieiiiii;s a coiuttliitloiul Ileal,
mtnt. Hall's Catauli f.'urc is taken internally,
uctiub- lilrtclly upon the blood and mucous tur.
'Ijres d! Iho s.vt'ni, tlicteby ilietrojlnij tlie
f.iunitation of iho iHxeaA-, and giving (he patient
burnetii by building up the coiiatitutlun and
altlinf nature in iloin ilu woik. The piopile.
tois lute to much fail li in Its luralhii poweis,
that they oiler one llundied Dollars for any
cava that It fail to cure. Suiul for lUt of test!.
Address. l J. CIIKMIV & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by diUKgists, 7!v.
Hall's Family Pills oie the bM.
The People's Exchange.
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kJlo in Newtown Tuwnslilp. Mrs. 1!. It. .la.
tubs, Xahticol.c, I '.i.
roil sAM'-iiot:si; ox hook sthkot. on
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FOR SAM:-!) mvKt.i.iNns; AM. IMIMIOVi:.
iiieiitHi ccnti.il city! i'.uy tcniMI pays on
mice, :!7,000, 8 per tent net alter ta.e, water,
heat nnd iiHtirniKC. C. I'. .I.ulnin, corner t-pruie
and l'cim avenue.
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Apply to Superintendent, .Ivium f.ong's Suns.
WANTKD ONK i:XIKUIi:NCRn MAN TO
woik in Rrcen house; single preterm.!! at
Kcrsleter's faim, South Main avenue, Lincoln
l'Oim lady on iknti,emi:n aents'to
rpII coupons. Apply nt once to Cramer's
Studio, 311 Laeknwtinn.i avenue.
MA1I1NK COUPS, II. S. NAVY. HUCKUITS
iv.iTited Alili'-buclii'd men, rrrvien on our
war .-hips In all parts of the world and on land
in the Philippine) when required. Recruiting of
ficer, 10.1 Wyoming; avenue, Seranton.
must be in cowl order; state particulars ai
to make and price. Address, L. M., general de
livery, Seranton. I't.
t'Uill.lC SAl.H-WK WIMi SKI.Ii AT PtillMO
sale, for the benefit of whom it may con
cern, on Wednesday, November 7th, ut 10 o'clock
a. m., al the Aibitrjtlon ltoom in the Court
floute lu the city of Seranton, Pennsylvania, one
hundred aud ten shales of preferred stock and
one hundred and ten Hhnre.s of common stock
of the Srianton Paiiy Company. Terms of sale,
cash. WKI.LKS & TOUHHY.
WANTED 2 OH S FURNfSHED ROOMS, FOR
light housekeeping; centrally located. Ad
dress, J. W., Williams building-, City.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONIIY TO LOAN. BATTENBERG, ATTOR-
ney, ."07 C'onnell Buildinir.
MONEY TO LOAN STRAIGHT LOANS AT
once. Curry, Connell building.
ANY AMOUNT OP MONEY TO LOAN. QUICK,
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call oi N. V. Walker,
ail-316 Connell building.
DRESSMAKING TOR CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladies' waists. Louise Shoemaker, 212
MRS."u KELLEH. SCALP TREATMENT, 50c.;
shampooinir, 5Uc. ; faaciat mas-nage; manicui
ins, 2.jc. ; chiropody, 701 Qnincy.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED AT
the ofh'ce of the Street Cominlisioncr, Scran
tun, P.i., until 5 o'clock p. m., Thursday, No
vember S, I'M, for furnishing and lajiuir .ide
walks on certain stieets in the Fourteenth wind,
Work to be done ai-coiding to specifications on
file in the City Engineer's office. City userves
the light to lejeti any and all bills.
ROWLAND -D. THOMAS,
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
THl'RSDAY- Miss Coghl.in it, "Vanity l'ali."
riilDAY NI(IHT-"Who is Who?"
Academy ot Music.
ALL WEEKMacanleyl'atton company in rep
rilts't' THREE DAVS-S.uu Ji. kS lOiupam,
LAST TIIIlEi: DAYS-M.iiiehe.sur, ..'rnckir
' ''Royal Rngs."
Last night the .M.u.auley-1'.ttluii lompany pic
(.enled "Royal Itau.s" tit the Academy of Music
and this afternoon will present "A Wasted Life."
Tonight "I'eaecful Valley" will be the bill.
Miss Coghlan in "Vanity rail."
Desplta her youth il w.is inly natural that
Mi:S tleitrude Coghlju should make a since, in
the toles of llecky b'luip and Mis. llawdon
Crawley in J, II. Nevln's stage version ut Tluick
ciay's niaslcipieie, 'Vanity Fair." Why
shouldn't she? She ,nme.s of a -family of players
of exceptional unlit, livery one I eiucinbtrs the
gracetul, dashing ClMlles Coghlju, prime of ro
mantic acluis in Ills day and afleiwaul a makir
of some good plays.
That Charles Cughlan's ilaualiler omtlit to be
in the front rank of actics-cs is a matter of
lieicdlly. She has all Hie (.'oglilau gr.ue, all
the I'oghl.iu flic, all the C'ogliljn .savior vioie.
Almost in one day by her somctlmei quiet and
ilelleale, sometimes foicetul and dramatic woik
In "Vanity Pair," flertiiide Coghlan Ins shown
herself worthy of the name that Mie bears. Mis
rnghlan, witli her excellent supporting company,
will be seen at thu Lyceum Tliursduy night,
"Who Is Who."
Maiuger Stair, of the musical farce comedy,
"Who is What" lias strengthened this season's
company all along the line; one of (he notable
additions is that of Mr, John McMshon, who
is one of the original English Macks, who rame
to New Yoik from London ten years ago. He
was lot- ,i number of yean leading comedian of
Iho Coilnuo Opeia company, under the manage
ment of Mrs. Jennie Kimball until her death,
and he then joined Iho fcriC3 of (,'eoige Lcdeier
in New York. Mr, McMahon will play the pa it
of the imH-ciiuious lawyer In "Who Is Wliof"
and with hit natural humor and iiukk action
he should nuke it one of the giealest comedy
(liaijilfis nil the stage, ll will be (ten hole
Manchester's "Cracker Jacks,"
Onco attain Bali Manchester and his Cracker
lacks will pay no a .liU with a biai.d new
toniuuy ot mllsU and .i biaud now show wiiiili
Is much stronger lu .-uuubrr nud if anything
guilder than More, 'i'lnro Is iio ipinttlon but
that Dob Mamhcster undci.iai.di his limine s
cud uny show lie handles ccuus piclty mar being
O.K . The opining tills w.iwii is rntltUd "On
Iho l'ali River Line," and is a novel conception
ciifc would like tu net as irtictiilutlc
ot innuafcr uf mauufnctutltig: tr wholesale house
lu New Haven, Conn. Address I", J, I.., Trlb
DRESSMAKER WANTS WORK BY THE DAN.
Remodeling a eprcialtvi also cblldten's
(CiivMw. Address Jennie, Tribune nfllcc.
SITUATION VANTKD-IIY A HtitL, TO TAKE
care of tlilldtpii or do light liouicwuik, uf
wnsli dishes or work In small stoic. Call or nd
die.ss 107 I'Vrdlnainl (.licit.
SITUATION WANTED TO "iio OU:l'nY THE
day. I!. J. A,, ;W Washington uvrnue.
SITUATION WANTEDIIY A YOUNiTw DM AN,
to do washing nnd Ironing, in work by the
day. Mrs. J. T Oil I'lrdinatiil streeL
Sll UATION WANTED-1IY A HESPEOTAlli.E
colored girl us took or ch.inibciiiuiil, Apply
101 New street.
SITUATION WANTED-I1Y A CAPABLE 01111.
for looking or general hoiiscwnikl city let
erence; call at U40 North Hyde Paik nienue.
SITUATION WANTED-HY YOUNG MAN AM
ofllco cleik, bus had tlie years experience in
the building business; can do bookkeeping.
Address, L. 11. IV., Tilbunc office.
SITUATION WANTED-HY YOUNU MAN AS
office cloik; has had flic jc.iih expiilenee In
the building business; can do bookkeeping. ''
II. W,-," Trllimif.
WANrr.D-ltY A MIDDLE AOKD LADY, POSt.
thin as housekeeper In n small family; can
give good lefcience. Address 1425 llnlwer street,
DRESSMAKER DESIRES WORK AT HOME OH
by the day; highest city lefercntcs and
first clii work gnai.iutecd. Address Modes, Trib
LARGE HOUSE WANTS CAPABLE MEN AND
women to act as general agents. 1WM yeaily
salary, expenses, extra commissions, brilliant up-
IKirtnnily. Stalloril Puss Co., New Haven, Conn.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING, C. P. A., 2'J TRAD
era' Bank building.
EDWARD It. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNELL
KREDER1CK I, BROWN, ARCIHTEOT, PRICE
luiluiug, 120 Washington avenue, Seranton.
Cabs and Carriages.
RUBBER TIRED CABS AND CARRIAGES; BEST
of service. Prompt attention given orders, !
'uhone. 'Phones 2072 and W.'i-. Joseph Kellcy.
DR. O. E. Ell.ENllKRCER, PAUL! BUlLDfNU,
Soruce street, Seranton.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PRIVATE DOS-
pltal, corner Wyoming and Mulberry.
DR. C. C. LAUUACH, US WYOMINQ AVENUE.
DR. II. K. 11EYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 12.5 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE
nue. Bates icasonablc.
P. ZE1GI.ER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & W. PAS-
senger depot. Conducttd on the Euiopean plan.
VICTOIt KOCH, Proprietor.
J. W. BROWNING. ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL
.. .. , . llnr.t.td (J19.!tl.'t Afn.,, I.. .11.11
lor-ai-oi"- ..... - .M..i ..Mining
D B. REPLOOLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS XKC.O
'tiated on real estate secuiity. Mears building,
corner Washington avenue and Spiurc street.
VlLlAnb, WAKKKN & KNAPP ATTORnTvs
and counscllors-ai-law. ltepubliean building,
JERSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COU.V
sellorsat-law. Commonwealth building, Ju0n;s
10, 20 ana 21.
JAMES W. OAKKORD. ATTORNEV-AT-LAW."
Rooms 5H. MS antl "1" Uoaid of Tiade build
ing. EDWAKD W. TIIAYEII, ATTORNEY. ROOMS
OOil'DOl, Uin uuui, midiB uuiiuing.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. BOARD
i 'rmile bnildiue. Seranton. P.i.
C. K. riTCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
of Trade building, Seranton, Pa.
PATTERSON & WILCOX. TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. COMEOYS. 0-tii REPUBLICAN BUILDING.
A. W. BEBTH0LE, ATTORNEY, .HEARS BLDG.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 513 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S. W. L'AMOREAUX, OFFICE Mil WASH
ington avenue. Re.ldence, 1.115 Muled rv.
Chronic diseases, lungs, limit, kldnejs and
Renito-urinary crgaus a specially. Hours, I Io
4 p. m.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, SCRANTON,
Pa. Courso prepaialoiy tu colli ge, law, medi
cine or bj.lness. Opri. Si-iii, 12th. smd for
catalogue. Jlev. Thomas M faun, I.L. D., priu
cipal and proprietor; W. E. Phmiley, A, M.,
C. R, CLAI1K & CO., SEEDSMEN AND NURS.
eriinrn, stoiu ui nasiiinutou avenue; giei-u
hOUfes, lfWU Noilh Main avenue; Horn tele
JOSEPH KUKTTKL, HKAK 511 LACKAWANNA
avenue, acramon, ia., inamuaiturer or Hire
BMJER'H OIICHESTRA-MUSIO FOR BALLS,
t.. ti ,il..j Innnn. Intiu l.nr4.11i,j.n .i.l .
picnics, imhk., ,....nvii7, vu.uiibi mm lcii.
Jeil woik furnished, lur teiins adilie.ss It. .1,
Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue, ovir
llulbert's music- store,
jTEOARaEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, E.
velopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, ISO
Washington aveuin., Scianton, Pa.
of a theatrical company, giving u ditss it-hearsal
in the saloon ot the Pilscilla on its way lu
Tho audeville liun. am next in older and
great call- has been taken to telect flic vny
best that money could procure; hence path num
ber am instantaneous hits, '('lie closing liuieM(Ue
take splaec at a slimmer icsoil in whieli u
Ilriimuier's I'aradUc is 110 iiiianoiuer, fiom the
fact that all enjoy themselves to their Inait's
content. The huilisiue is taken iiom a Female
Drummer and our contingent of females with the
comedy element cnlvi' into uu uvulanchc of fmi
lint more than fullllls its part of the show.
Novel tccnlo and cledrlcal dcvlies proiui
licntly displayed me nlo 11 pleasing fc.ituie. For
tliiec days oiwulng TluiMliy uiatlnic, Nnvciu.
"Ma, ant I goln' fo gel 'notlitr plate ot j'
scrcani 'sides this un."
"Why, little Jim!"
"Cause, ma, I wan' know whether Io gob
ble this un' up cr dug it out." Indianapolis
A-lkOAD TIME TABLkUJ
' Schedule In Effect May 87, 1B00.
TrahiB leave Seranton, D. A. M.
6.45 n. nt week days, for Sunbury, ,
HatTlsburgr, Philadelphia, Btlti
moro, WashinRton and for PttU
burg and the WBt.
.38 a. m., week days, for Hazlatoa,
Pottsvllle, Reading Norristowm,
nnd, Philadelphia; and for Sufi
bury Hnrrlsburg, PhlladelpMa,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
2.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays
1.00 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Hatrls
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore.
Washington and Pittsburg and
,the West. For Hazleton, Potts
vllle, Reading, &c. week days.'
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Hnzloton, Pottsvllle, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia nnd Pittsburg.
J. R. WOOD, Oen. Pass. AtsL
J. B. HUTCHINSON, den. Mgr.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect June 10. 1000.
South-Leave Scianton for New Yoik at t.sTi.
TOO, 6.10, H.00 and 10.iV. n. m., 12.M, ' '""f
S-10 p. m. l'oi- Philadelphia at 5.10, H.tW at"!
10.03 a. m.! 12.05 and 3.113 p. in. For Btrouds.
lllttL ttf ll 1f i. .. tint A oimitirviriilnt Inn ilt
.in" .r ":'" ':.",': .""".: !'.".'"' f'r.Ti .i.
a.m p. ni. Atrlve nt llnliokrn at u.ii, i.je.
10.1.1 a. m, 12,08. 2.47, 4.4!, 7,10 and 0.4:! p. m.
Arrive at Phllndelphla at 10.IM n. m.i 1.0.
".00 and ,;.. ., , , Airlve from New York ah
, n. I .. .'.... . .. . In O t'.
'.". s.u-i nnd 10.20 a. m.; l.uu, i.os. u.s.1,' D.-U
ami 11. so p. m. From htrotuWiurs at S.ai a. nt.
Norlh Lente Siiniilim tor llulfiilo and inlei
inedliili stations at 1.10, 1.10 and 8.K0 n. tn.i
Lf,.i, a. is m n",-, p. m, For Oswego and Syia
cuse nl .Uo a T nm , M p , Kor Ulica at
io n. m. and l.Sj p. m. For Montrose at B..Ji
'u ii. in.; .2o and 8.00 p. m.
nioonisbuiR- Division-Leave Seranton for
l ft,'l 1...H.I , , . .. .. . . ... . . '.'- H...1
;-" .1 iMiii-ri.-inil ill O.l.i, lll.u-i a. m.i i' "'
.. .' ' '
.-"" a. In. AMI... ,,l sVr.mtmi
"t... nm nr i,42 a. ni.; liili, s.r0 ami n.t-i p.
" From Nanticoke al 11.00 a. in. r'ro
Pl.vmoulli at 7..'i0 a. m., 3.20, 5.35 and 11.10 p.
Soiilli-f.cave Sirantou 1. 10, XOO, 5.40, 10.05 a.
m.: :i..'3. n.w and MO p. in.
Noilh Leave Scianton at 1.10, L10 a. in.;
LM, 5.S and ll.sr, p. in.
nioomiburar Division f.rave Scranlmi at 10.05
a. in. and 5.50 p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Flint Oct. 21, 11)00.
TijIiis for Carhondalc leave Seranton at 6.S0,
"ns, 8..v;, lo.l;; u. in.; 12.00, 1.2:;, 2.20, .w, 5.25,
0.2.1, 7.57. 0.13, n.15 p. in.: 1.10 a. in.
Foie lloncHlale 0.20, lo.l.'l a. 111.; 2.28 and
5.25 p. 111.
For Wilkes-tlarre C.I5, 7. 13. S.. 9.38. 10.43 a.
m.; 12.0.1, 1.28, 2.1s, ;:.s.;, 4.27, 0.10, 7.4s, 10.41,
11. "0 p. 111.
For L. V. ft. n. poinls-0.15 a. ni.; 12.03, 2.18,
'1.27 and 11.30 p. in.
For Pcniii.vliaiih Tt. It. points 0.45, 0.38 a.
in.; 2.1S and 4.27 p. 111. .
1 For Albany and all points north 6.20 a. m.
and 3.52 p. m.
Tor Carbcndalc-0.00, ll.R'l it. in.; 2.2S, 3.62,
5.17, 10.52 p. m.
For Wilkes-Dane f.."3 a. 111.; 12.0J, 1.5S, 3.2S,
0.27, S.27 p. in.
For Albany and points north 3.52 p. 111.
For Honcdale 0.00 a. 111. and 3.52 Mm.
Lowest rates to all points ill United sfates anJ
.1. W. nritDICK, n. P. A.. Albany, N. y.
II. W. CIIOSS, D. 1. A.. Seranton, Pa,
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Klfecl May 27, 1900.
Tinlns Leave Seranton.
Fin- Philadelphia and New York la 1). k II.
It. It., at (i.45 a. m. and 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Black
Diamond Fsprcfcsl, anil 11.30 p. 111. Sundays, D.
fc II. It. It., LBS. 7. IS p. 111.
For White Haven, Harleton and principal
points In the coal legions, via D. k II. It. H.,
(1.40, 2.1S and 4.27 p. in. For Pottsvllle, 0.45,
2.18 p. 111.
For riclhlchrm, 1'aefon, Heading;, Hirrluburg
aud piiiiilpal inleilnedlale stations via D. & If.
It. II., (1.45 n. 111.; 12.03, 2.1S, 4.27 (Illacl: Dia
mond L'vpiess), 11.30 p. m. Sunday, D. Si H.
I!. It., 1.58. 7.1S p. in.
For Tunkhannoek, Towanda, r.lniira, Ithaca.
Oneva nnd puncip.ii Inteiuiediale stations, via
!.. L. & W. It. ft., 8.08 a. 111.; I.Oj and 3.35
Fur Geneva, Uoehester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Ohiiuifo, and nil points west, via D. A- II. R. ft.,
12.03, 3.33 (Black Diamond KxprebS), 7.48. 10.41,
1I.K0 p. in. Sundays, D. k II. it. It., 12.03 p.
in.; 7. IS p. 111.
Pullman parlor and slecplns; or Lehigh Yalley
parlor cam on all trains between Wllkes-Bsrre
anil New York, Pi'.!l.idrlplii,i, Buffalo and Sui
liOLLIN II. WILIU'It, fin. Snpt., 26 Cortland
httret. Vow Yoik.
CIIAHLKS S. LKK. Oen. P.m. Ast., ?(i Cortlanl
street, N'i'W York.
A. W. NONNI'.M.vrill.U. Dlv. P.isi. Ast., South
netlilelieni. P.i . '
For tlikils and Piill111.n1 rc-eriallons apply In
300 Lrrluiwanna avinue, Scranlon, Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Stations In New Yoik-Fool of Libctly slie-t,
N, I!., and Smith IVuy.
Anthracito 10.il iw-d. ecluslcly, liiiurluc
cleaullniw and ruinfml.
it mi: taiili; jn i:fi:t may 21, i'io,j.
Trains haw Snanton for New Yoik, Newark,
Kllzabeth, Philadelphia, l-ljt Helhl-hem, Al-
leiilnwii. Mi.ui-h CIiuiii and White Haven, at s.;i
a. in.; evpics", 1.20; ispiena, 4.00 p. m Sim
d,iv, 2.1 1 p. in.
For Pittslmi and Wlll.evHane, 8.30 a, m. ; 1.20
and 4,00 p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. in.
For Ualtlinoi' ami Wshiiii;lmi, and points
South nd West vi.i llellili-ln-m, 8.30 a, ni,, l.;"l
p. m. Sunday, 2.16 p. in.
For Lone Hunch, Oxian Oime, clc, at S.sn
a, ni. and 1.20 P. i.
For lleadini), Lebanon and Ilarrlsburt, via Al.
leiitnwn, 8.''" a. in. and 1,20 p, ni. Sundsyi,
2.15 p. III.
Fi.i- PntUvllK S.'Itl 3. in,, 1,20 p. ni.
'Ihrnmili Hilels to all points easi, miuIJi ami
wet al linie-l wiles al Ihe station.
.1. II. OIII.II.M'SKN. Oen. Supt.
II. P. It.U.inVIN. (Jeu. P.is. .nt.
New York, Ontario and Western R.R.
TIMi: TADI.F. IN LI'FI.CT SIXOAY, NOV. I,
nrlli Hound Tiaiiis,
l.uue Leave Aiiive
Sirantou. t'.iilicndole, ridosl-i.
,10. io a, in. II. -.'0 a. in. I.'ij u, in.
fl.l'O p. m, trlie t-'.itbond.ilr.io.ta ) m.
I.c.im- l.iave Auiit
Ciiilml.1, ('ailiiindale, Seranton.
7.M u, in. 7.40 a. lu,
2,05 p. Ill 3.31 p, in. 1,'JU p. HI,
Sundays only, North Homiil, rrin
Li-ive Lean J TJfSfl, '
Suanluii, Cnboiidale, Jl.yii.i.
S,3ii ii, ni. H.ld a, in. i litljajni.
",(! n. in, Atrlve Carbordalc 7.to p. m.
Leave Leave r .(,ri
CudChia, I .iibord.ile. ' I "-Vranton,
7.00 n, m. yruito. m.
4.3(1 p. ni. 5.54 p. in, U.35 p. in,
Ti.iins Icavluir Scranlon at 10.40 J. J:Ida.H.i,
ami 8,'iO a. m. Sundays, make New VijV, Corn.
.ill, MhMletown, Walt Sidnej', rt,Norwieli, '
Home, I'llca, Oneida and Osw ejo A oiuiectloui.
Fur fmllicr information i-cnmlt tn-Lel atsnl-,,
.1. t'. ANDIIIISON, fieii, Pus. Ast "NKrTYork.
.1. I.. ij;lmi, iraveiiiif rasseuijiT Agenl, Serin.
Erie and Wyoniing ypjlley.
Times Table In Kffeet Spt.,lJv 1900.
Trains for Htwlt-y and local iiolnls, connrl.
Iiur at llawley wllli Krle rallioaifor New York,
Newbinali ad Intermediate polniiSnjMVtf Hrran.
Ion at 7,0.) a. in. and 2.25 p. in.
Trains airiva at Scianlou at -IftrH) t, in. and
V.10 p. lu.
in Scianlon at Hie news st.nidi of TtcUnian
flnu.. 40A Smuce and 503 I.lndsii: M. Norton.
322 Lackawanna avenue; I. ). SchuUtr, 211
sptuie siren. '
a. ii. nmnos oluans rmvy vaults akh
cess pool; na odor. lUPiorsd pumps ssed.
A. II. DltltlOS. Pioprlclor. Leave ordsr 1J0S)
North Main avenue, or Hloke't druar store. er-net-
Adams and Miilbcny, Telephone JJtX
' ! p. m. ami . p. m. r" '""i'.U.
"'" at I.OOaud 0.13 p. m. For Blngliainlon. l.Si
ninl s-.u0 p. m, Aiiive lu Seranton horn BnffM"
' I--"', a.;.:,, s.s,-, nnd ifl.0.1 a. in.; ;i.:m ami s.)
l. ni. -10, Oswego and Su-.ieiic at 2." u. m. ;
J2..I8 and 8 00 p. m. Ft nm Utlea at 2.."S a. nt.!
'-'..tS and :i.;in p, ,, from Niiliolsoii at fl.aO a.
in. nun liiui ... t.-.. - ... t - or i 'in ami
. i.v-v. II, 111 1111111 .1111 lUH- V !"- -.- -
or i-iymoutii in i.iu. .i.i. "' ""
"."'ii '" '" Niuitlcol.e nl 8.10 a. m. Arrive
Northumberland at l).n.', a. in.; 1.10, '' i""1
". P- m. Anlvc ut Nanllioke at 0.10 a. m.
Anno at Plymouth at 2.00, 4."2, 0.S0 p. m. and
M SJ -