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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1901.
Both Branches of Council Meet In
rmninnn council met In roBUlar ?fs
Plon hint tllKllt, AlcHnrn. I'ubIIuiio nnd
Kennedy IipIiik the only iilixotitceH. The
meeting whk eolletl to order by t'hulr
inan C'olllnw tit S.I.", n tuioruni huvliiK
failed to uiipcnr until that time. The
flnuiiee ('(immltteo reported favorably
on the following resolution of select
council: That tbe bill of Lynch &
Jlronson, for $;iG.fiO, be ordered paid.
The following resolutions from select
council wM-o t'onetirted In: That $"0()
be transferred from nan and eleetrlo
light appropriation for Ii-riiI costH for
tens', etc. Tbe resolution bad been
drawn up by Controller Wheeler.
That tbe city engineer dlreet tbe
Kcrunton Hallway rompany lo have
their tracks placed In the center of the
Ftreots within ten days', or the rails he
removed by the elty. That a blue print
be slven to the wild company.
An ordinance, tile of common council
No. , providing for an are light on
1'owdcrly street, In Fourth ward, pawed
tlcst and second readlugf.
File of common council, providing for
nn Incandescent light of IK-candle-pnwer
bo placed on Ourlleld avenue, at
intersection of Wyoming. Packed two
Kile of select council, No. T, provid
ing for a sewer on Seventh avenue,
from High street to Wayne street, re
ferred to committee.
The following resolutions were re
ferred to various commit tees:
Uy J. M. Masters That the elty en
gineer give grade to the residents of
Chestnut avenue, and notify the prop
erty owners to comply with the ordi
nance to lay sidewalks within sixty
Hy P.. S. Whltllold-Thnt the city en
Rlneer Is authorized and instructed to.
lay stone ling sidewalks in front of
Kingsbury Fuller and return the cost
of fame, with penalties, to city solic
itor for the purpose of entering liens
ngalast said property. That the city
of Carbondale pay to P. A. Walker $100
and William Hoffman $K0, for damages
to their respective properties by reason
of widening and grading Ninth ave
itie: provided, that said Walker and
Hoffman sign leleas-e to said city for
all damages caused by said widening
and grading heretofore done or which
may be done, and provided, further,
that the said parties shall erect sub
stantial retaining wall along the prop
erties on said avenue on street line.
A number of bills were ordered paid.
Select council held a short session
last evening, Messrs. Jlarrett and Battle
being absent. An ordinance, providing
for a sewer on Ninth avenue, from
Main street to forty-live feet east of
the properly of -Mrs. iinnnlns. The
ordinance was introduced by Mr. l.avls.
They then adjourned.
Poor Board in the Future to Prac
tice the Art.
The poor board intends from now on
to practice economy. The directors
bad intended having several books
-irliited containing the special laws
governing this district at a cost of ST.'.
The idea has been abandoned. The
board intends using their attorney I'or
nil information required and will not
expend that sum for the books. They
bave also decided to use their own
discretion In regard to .sending insane
paupers to asylums. The board will
decide on which asylum to send the
patients and will not in the future be
influenced by relatives of the charges
as to the place. Tills has been the sit
uation iu the past to some degree. A
talk with several of the directors de
veloped the fact thai Danville asylum
chargci for inmates is very much hi
excess of the other state institutions
of like character. All the prices are
different. Hillside home rate Is in ex
cess to Warrensvllle. In order to
practice the art of economy insane pau
pers will in the future lie placed eith
er in the He treat, another state insti
tution, or at one of the other lower
rate places, The retreat Is situated
below Wilkes-Uarro and as yet the
board has had no inmates there. At
the last meeting of tbe board Chairman
MeCuhe deemed It advisable to take.
some of the inmates from here at Dan
ville from there to some of the other
places. It is probable that tills will
THE PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE
WAS'ITD To liil class p.iintiH at onip. Ap.
Vly in V. .1, rinc.li. Cliut.ii tii'ct, C.itbon
l.ile. RAILROAD TIME: TABLES.
Delawave nnd Hudson Railroad.
m .lime 0,, J'JOI,
Trains lll lcno CirlioiuUlc at city jt.i(cn ,ii
I 'or Sirantoii nnd Wllkca-Iljiie (l.nii, r.nc, s" on
P.oit 10.01, 11.21 .i. in.; J'-M'i, 1.13, 2.31. ;t"jo'
0.U1, 7.M, 10.01, 10,31 i, 111. '
Sunday trains Imu at S.M, 11.21 a. in.: 1 lit
5. in, 5.50. s.oo p. in. '
Tor Allunv, h'ai.ilni,M, Jlntilrral, l.i.,on. ,.v
llnnUml point, Hi., 7.00 a. in.; .;i,; ., ' ...
(dally.) ' '"'
for l..ikf I.mlnti'. M'u.wnail, and uii.ul,,i
7.-i, 11.03 a. in. j ..il, 0.1:1 p. 111. '
Sunday train.-, Icni" l.al.o bmloip, n.niniii
am! HmicMlaln ut O.iiO .1. 111. s l.::n, i.r, p. ,'
TraliiH arrive at rail'ondalt' fiein tVill,i.,.:jir,.
and' S:u11tn11 at Mirny: ij.flil, s,:J7, ji.;;,, ,,,...
, m.; I3.:i7. 3.t, il.2.1, l.'Jfc, O.ik, 7.n, s.;ii, i..-.
U..17 p. 111.; l.sa a, in. ' '""
Mindaj train-, aiihe at 0.37 a. 111.: J.'.IO J'
l.Jt, 11.30, U.WI p. in,
Sunday halm uulu" ai Cailiondalo ficmi l,iv(.
J.tiflnri-. Wiijinart and llnnctdalc at u.j j.pj
ami 7.6.) p. in.
Now York, Ontario and Western.
.S."iit. 17. 1UII.
'I'lalns lo.no L'aibondalc (or ."unlim at 7.0i) a
m.; 1. im p. in.
Silinl.iy h.iliis nt 7.00 11, in,; li.inl p. m,
Tiainu lc.ui." Cailiondalc for polun ;ioun at
II ,10 a. ,111. On tSiind.iy at 0.10 a. in, IV.ilm
Ip.uIii;- at 11.10 ,1. in, w.fU days and II p) ,1. m.
Smidaji. inalo toniu'tlloin lor .Vrvv Voik, I uim
Tiulnt arrive fiom SrVianloii at 11.10 a, 111.; fi.n
p. in.: fiein poinU 1101 til, 1.011 p. 111 Siindaia
from ."Viantou nt !M0 ,1. 111, and 7, p. m .; bom
I adcia at 0.00 p. in,
June !JJ, 1001.
Traliu Icne city station, C.11I1011 laic, dally
(cmtiiI Siinila.v) at 7.00 a. 111. and .!IJ 11. 111. tor
lliaiult and Ninciclij at a:st a, m., ifjiiy (fx.
irptiu; Sundav), fur lllnvliaiiitun. m.ikli,,- ion.
M'ctloiu for New V01K illy jml llnli'alo, and al
0.10 p. 111. for Sntijiivhanna, iiiakim; loniicitioiii
lor wutcrn point.
Sunday tialih at O.ti u. in. for Suiirlijniu,
ivitli vtrtl'rn ronncctioiii, aiJ ii.-.'7 i. in., with
Trin arilvc at E.U a. in. and 3.13 p. in.
J ' '
he done In the near future when rates
for keeping audi railroad rules' are
learned. Another matter In which
some of the directors believe there
Is a chance to avc money Is the send
ing of a policeman with a patient along
with one or two directors. Those mat
ters will probably be discussed further
when the board mcels again, Attorney
Mutler of the board has written In
Philadelphia for speeul laws If there
be any. governing the disposition of
bodies for burial.
Maro, the Magician.
The opening number of the entertain
ment course for this season will be
Muro, the magician, at the Uratid opera
house next Monday evening.
The diagram fur reserved seats will
open In Reynolds' drug store tomor
row (Wednesday) evening. Checks will
be given out at f. o'clock, and seats re
served at T.r.O. Kach check will entitle
the bolder to four seals. Course tick
ets are .$1.50; single admission, 1M, 50
and T.'i cents.
Tickets for tile season can lie secured
from Claude It. Smith. Isaac Singer, or
at A. W. Iteynolds' drug store.
There were two operations performed
in tile hospital yesterday, both prov
ing very successful. The III si was for
the removal of a tumor on the neck of
Miss niidget (Jafl'ney of Brooklyn
street. She was admitted to tbe hos
pital yesterday morning and the op
eration performed shortly after. The
patient was testing very comfortable
last night. The second operation was
performed upon Thomas Coleman of
bundnff street, mention of his accident
being made in yesterday's issue. One
linger was cut open and dead tissue re
moved from the bone. The operation
will stop Hie increase of poisoning to
other parts of the hand. Mi.. Finne
giiu of upper Dundatf street was dis
charged from the hospital yesterday
as cured. She was an inmate of the
hospital for only a short time.
Tlie Carbondale lilsh school football
eleven art In no way discouraged on
account of the defeat they suffered at
the bunds of t ho Scranton high school.
The local eleven showed lack of prac
tice in Saturday's game', but Manager
Burke Intends having them out dally
now and perfect their playing. On
Saturday next they will play at Hones
dale if a game can be arranged. Wed
nesday the eleven will play a practice
game with local eleven. Manager
Burke Is trying to arrange dates with
a number of out of town teams. Owing
to tile park here liclng a tiling of the
past, but few games will be seen here
To Lecture Here.
Henry Austin Adams will leituie In
this city 1111 Thursday, h's subject be
ing "Twentieth Century," under the
auspices of Knights of Columbus. The
lecture will be held u St. Ko.-e ball
and the proceeds will be turned over
to the St. Rose church fund. This
will be Mr. Adams lirst appearance iu
this- city, liul Ills reputation ua a lec
turer has preceded lilni and a largo
crowd will listen to bis words.
The fair, under the auspices of the
Central Labor union, opened last night
in Watt's hall, under the most prom
ising circumstances, A valuable silk
umbrella was the door prize. During
tin evening refreshment,! were served.
A large crowd was iu attenilance and
were delighted with the hospitality of
the labor men. The fair will continue
The Powderly Funeral.
The remains of Mis, T. V. Powderly,
who died in Washington, Sunday night,
will arrive in Scranton tonight and will
be taken to the residence of her aunt,
Mrs, M. II. Collins, on Xorth Main ave
nue. The funeral will take place Thurs
day morning fiom the Collins resi
Two Years' Efforts.
The ordinance read Iu common coun
cil, In regard lo the laying of a sewer
on Seventh avenue, has been petitioned
by tesldents mi thai street for the last
two years, they agreeing to stand the
costs. They are well sallslled that the
ordinance will now go through both
At the Grand.
"Pennsylvania," from the pen nf
P.iulel Hart, was tlie attraction at the
(liaud ojieia house lust night, Tlie
show gave satisfaction to a good house.
On Wednesday, Stetson's 'i'ucle Tom's
Cabin" will bo Hie uttrmilou. Two pcr
turmnuces will be given.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Patrick
Unckerty will bo held toiuoriow. Hie
remains being taken to Si. Itose church
at li.oO and a mass of reouicni will he
ead, The remains will be interred In
St. lloso ceinoiery.
Returned to Work.
MIm Theresa Tlghe. one of the ef
ficient "hello" Klrls in the Carbondalo
Telephone) Exchange, has resumed her
duties after a week's absence. Miss
Stella Morgan presided in her place,
while she was itwav.
The Olive Leaf lodge, Independent
Order or Odd I'Vllows, bad an instaj
liitlon of olllcers last night In their hall,
on Suleni avenue.
h tftiMiBs iis
OlilVMIt W. KPANOKXHKUCJ, who
has been closely Identified with the
early history of this section, tiled yes
terday morning at his home on the
east side of the mountain, towards
South I'muutn. Death followed an at
tack of apoplexy, which Mxed httu
while on his way to this elty with a
wagon load of mine sprags for the
Dehtwaie and Hudson company. He
was found In the wagon in an unci.n
scIouh condition. This was on October
5. Consciousness never returned.
The deceased had an Interesting
career. He was a native of South C'u
nnuil, Wayne county, where he was
born In lsun. lie was tbe llrst lumber
contractor for the Delaware and Hud
son company In this vicinity, and up to
the time of his death be continued his
relations with that company. With bis
father lie built tbe llrst lumber mill In
that part of Wayne county which was
his home, lie supplied t ho Delaware
and Hudson company witti all tbe Mu
lshed timber that came from that vicin
ity. The llrst ties used on the Dela
ware and Hudson, between Cnrbondulo
and Scranton, were furnished by htm,
tlie shipping being done from Wuy
ninrt. When the Stillwater lumber mill
was erected by this company, Mr.
Spangenberg was engaged In Its con
struction, lie had a remarkable knowl
edge of the tracts In this part or the
Mooslcs. and Ills services proved valu
able Iu many an instance In locating
dividing lines of tracts thai were In
dispute. Ills knowledge was equally
valuable In estimating Hie value of
timber binds, and he was eagerly
sought by prospective purchasers for
his close Judgment. Probably no man
In this section bad as good a reputa
tion iu tills respect.
Mr. Spaugenberg was n resident of
Carbondale for several years. The tim
ber iu many of tlie buildings Iu this
city was bought from lit in. He was
engaged, also, for a short time in the
retail coal business, supplying the
trade from an opening at Wilson Crock,
owned by tlie late Captain William
Brenuan. He was a type of citizen
which Is always an Important iactor In
a community and leaves its impress for
good Iu the relation of life.
Mr. Spaugenberg Is survived by bis
widow and two children by tills, his
second wife, Colonel and Millie: ami
I he following by his llrst wife: Kdgar
K. Spaugenberg, Buffalo: Simon K. and
Harry A., Carbondale: Moses K. and
Krulik K.. Wiiyinart; Thomas X., Pcck
vllle; Stewart Spangenberg, and Mrs.
.lohn Beers, South Canaan; two broth
ers. Philip and George, South Canaan;
two sisters. Miss Itachel, South Canaan;
Mrs. Henry llayues, Scranton.
The funeral will lake place today.
Services will lie held In tlie Methodist
church at South Canaan.
A telegram announcing the death of
tlie wife of Commissioner of Immigra
tion T. V. Powderly of Washington
was received with much grief In this
city yesterday morning. She died nt
10 o'clock Sunday night, after a long
illness. Deceased was- formerly Miss
Hannah Dcvers and a native of Car
bondale and Is survived by two broth
ers: John of Providence and Frank of
this elty and one sister, Miss Margaret
of Providence. Tlie lady will be brought
lo Scrantoii this evening. The burial
will take'place on Wednesday morning
after .1 reunion mats lias been read
ovi r the remains.
A New Brewery.
Application has been made to the
governor of Pennsylvania for a char
ter for a brewery to lie erected In tills
vicinity. Their solicitor is Attorney H.
C. Butler. The stockholders ill the
new concern are Zoplirr Leo Joseph
Kraut. Joseph Shock T. 11. Xortou
and Frank Kraut;:. One of the men
interested was interviewed by The
Tribune repoiter but he was loath to
talk of the matter as it had not as yet
been decided as lo a situation. The
brewery will lie large enough.
Home from Wales.
William I low ells and family have re
turned from Wales after a two mouths'
visit ther". They were delighted with
Bora To Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Flannery,
of Dundaff street, a son.
Bitten by a Dog'.
Kx-Seloet Councilman T. M. Xoalon,
of South .Main street, was severely bit
ten by a dog last evening, Mr, Xoalon,
tthc onlv milk th.it should
Ik given a 1ki1 , b'tesh milk
ihdan.ijerousin warm weather,
bvcatise it is uMiulh kept
sweet with foimaldehvilc, or
some ntlit r chemical that im
perils the child's life. Jle
sure to jjel )r. fam('s-.
keeps sweet iu auv weather
don't buy ice. It' is richest
iu butter fats ami has added all
the food elements of whole
wheat. It makes a puny
child healthv and sttong.
booklet on infant food, and
letters from motlicis?;,
Tin Dr. Hand Condensed Milk Co.
I Milk I
Curad After Years
of Pile Torture.
.Tames Kenton, Memphis, Teiin., says;
"i mirrored tbe tortures of Itching piles
for year, and not even mercurial oint
ment would relieve me. One Ml cent
box of Pyramid Pile Cure cured me en
tirely." All druggists sell It. Book,
"Piles, Causes and Cure," mailed free,
Pyramid Drug Co,, Marshall, Mich.
who conducts a store on Tenth avenue,
was going through Cttinney's court car
rying In bin hand 11 can of nil, In
front of the home of P. l'inneg.in 11
black dog, the property of John Doyle,
ran from the yard and sprang for Mr.
Xoalon, his teeth Hitching him on tlie
right hip. Tlie dog, an unusually large
one, secured a good hold and it aviim
with much dllllculty thai he was shak
en off. Mr. Xoalon's tiotisets were torn
and blood was drawn from the wound.
The dog's teeth had penetrated the
skin, leaving lliolr impressions and
around the marks the skin was black
and blue. The dog will be shot. The
wound though painful for a time, will
not Incapacitate Mr. Xoalon from his
Called to Scranton.
l!ev. Waller (Ionium of St. Boso
church was called to Scranton yester-
day on account of the serious illness
of his father. Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Duffy, the latter a daughter of Mr.
Gorman, are also at ills bedside.
A valuable bay burse In the Morrison
livery died yesterday after a few days
illness. Mrs. Morrison feels tile loss
keenly as tlie animal was one of a
team recently purchased by her.
The mourning on the postollice build
ing was taken down yesterday, the
month of mourning for the martyred
president being over.
THE PASSING THRONG.
Miss Mamie Cannon, of Plko street,
is 11 Scranton visitor.
A. W. Kilker of Maylield, was a
business caller here yesterday.
The Delaware and Tludson paid its
shop and railroad employes yesterday.
Miss Laura Finney, of Scranon, is the
guest of Mi.. George H. West, of The
William Clemo has purchased a horse
and wagon and will run a maikcl dur
ing tlie winter.
Mrs. A. (i. Xieliol and daughter, Mrs.
II. Llewellyn and tlie lattir's children
tire visiting friends iu Hir.Ieton.
William .loost, of South Washington
street, has gone to Virginia and will
take his family there next week.
Frank Brown, accompanied by John
Durkeu. of Scranton, left lasL night
for Buffalo to take iu tlie sights at the
John White and family have return
ed from AVi Ikes-Bane where they were
in attendance at tlie wedding of Mrs.
White's sister. Miss. Mareella White,
of this city, was bridesmaid at the
A boys' military brigade is to lie or
ganized soon in the Baptist church In
which the boys will loam to drill like
suldkrs. Bev. David Spencer, D. D.,
of Blnkely, who has a hoys' brigade of
nearly 11 hundred members, will meet
tlie boys here in tlie Baptist church
at :!.ir p. m. today, and all boys inter
ested in the movement aie Invited to
be on hand.
TImco Sliubinskl, 11 Hungarian resi
dent of the Kast Side, brutally as
saulted bis wife on Saturday evening
because she refused to dance with him
after dancing with another man at a
dance In one of the saloons. After
knocking the woman down lie kicked
her and jumped upon her, breaking her
thigh bone and otherwise injuring her.
She was taken lo tlie Kmergeticy hos
pital tit Carbondale for treatment.
Dr. I. S. tiruvos ami M. .1. Shields
lti.'wln 'I linsl-lntit'lete evnllllnil lion of
I tlie late John Mason Sunday afternoon
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tlllll Klllim IIIU l UHi"r ,,L Itin ... ..Lit ,.,,T
due to 1. nicer which was Iu accordance
with their diagnosis of tlie case made
several v.i eks ago,
The friends of Ontario and Western
Kuglneer Hall, who ,1 few weeks ago
ivivi d Irom Xorth .Mull street to
Cadosea, will be sorry to learn that
l.e wiii fatally Injuied on Thursday
night and him since died, Somewhere
iu tl'.e neighborhood of Preston Park
he attempted lo alight from his engine
and Iu the durkuos fell off a high 'res.
Misses fit. ice nnd Clertle Vuil and
Kute .Mullen arrived hero yesterday
from their Pan-American trip.
The congregation of the church 01'
the Sacred Heart will conduct 11 fair
during the Christmas holidays.
The marriage of Dominie McAndii'vv,
of Avocn.n former Jermyn icsldeut and
Miss Auule McAndrow, of the Kast
Side, !s announced to take place s-hort-iv,
Prof, It. i. M, 11 tin, of Seraulou, was
a caller lee last evening.
John Waters, of Fourth street, is do
ing Jury duty this week,
iiiete was a slight Improvement 10
portcd last night iu tile condition of
Mrs. Hartley Mullen, wit" has been
critically 111 for a week past,
The llrst of a series of lectures and
enicrtalninenis will be given in iho
Hlakcly Baptist church tomorrow even
ing, when the people of this town will
have the pleasure of hearing itev.
Henry J. Whalen, D. I)., pastor of the
Korean IlapUfl church of Carbondale,
In 0110 of his celebrated lectures, "The
Wit and Humor of the Irish People."
The following will.be heard during the
course; A. V. Bower, October ill, lie v.
A. Hatcher Smith, November II; grand
concert. November is: Miss Cora (iiil
liu, the noted elocutionist of North
.Scranton, December 12.
An excellent programme has beep ar
ranged for the enleiiaiuiueut which
will be given n the Primitive Metho
dlst (Juiroh tills cvu.hi& A social will
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Cltlen.T National Dnnk, Clitcuen, lit.
Vlic first National Until;, ttcaiimniit. Tctn.
lite Planters & Mechanics' Nat. Hank, Houston,
Tho Tex.13 oil field?, although lint eight mouths old, arc
Already tho greatest oil producing Holds of tho world.
Oil U n standard commodity nnd lun inmle more Brent
fortnncn than nny other Investment.
This Syndicate's lands nro nil paid for.
NO LEASES, NO ROYALTIES TO PAY.
It hns covered tho oil district. Including th" famous Sptmlto
Top. Sour Lake, Saratoga and Dayton Prairie,
The money for drilling Its first gusher on Its Spindle Top
land, which Is Hearing completion, Is deposited in thu American
National Bank of Beaumont.
Treasury Stock Is now offorrd for sale to provide money to
build pipo lines, tanlts and tank ears for imirkrtlng i's oil, l:i
order that It may liny dividend., to ltn tooliho!flers at
tliu curliest pnXftltilt: moment.
This Is no stock speculation. It Is the purchasing of nn
absolute, certainty. You take no chances.
WE GUARANTEE A GUSHER
within 00 days or every dollar tmtocrlbcd will bo refunded.
All subscriptions aro deposited In tho
CHICAGO NATIONAL BANK.
This Is tho only eamimiiy that almolutely Kiiaran
teen a dusher within sixty days or refunds the money di
rectly to tho subscriber.
Send all romlf
NOTICT1 We furnish uuon request the marl.ct
be liebl at the close of the programme,
when refrcflinients will be served.
Ocorge .Mason, of (Ireenwood, N. .1.,
is visiting Ids parents iu Hlakcly.
Dr. .1. J. J'rlce and T. Frank .Ionian
have returned home, after spending a
week at tlie Pan-American exposition.
Mrs. William ltogati, of Duuinoro
street, is seriously 111.
.Mrs. 'William .lames, of Hyde Tali:,
visited friends at Ibis place yesterday.
The Citizens' club, of tile Fouitii
ward, will mil meet tonight, as previ
ously announced, but will meet on Sat
urday night nt Fletcher's hotel.
Sieve Kozak, a Folander, about ";!
years of age. was run down and In
stantly killed by 11 Delaware and Hud
son train Saturday evening, at a point
near the Steniek Crook crossing, .lust
north of tlie Peckville station. The
body was badly mangled. A portion of
tlie head was cut off and one aim sev
ered, it Is supposed Hint the passenger
train north-bound, due at this place 11 1
S.l.'i, struck and killed Kozak. A few
minutes after the train passed, a coal
train followed. Tho engineer observed
the body lying alongside tlie ruils. lie
stopped his train, and untitled residents
living nearby, and Undertaker .Michael
took ehanre in' the remains. Koak
boarded with a l'ollsh family on what
is known as tlie Patterson farm, and
had been to .lessup and was boniewnril
bound when he met Ills fate.
The rummage sale to be conducted
by the .societies of tho Presbyterian
church of Peckville opens this morning
in the vacant store in tlie Odd Fellows'
building, opposite .Morgan utore. A
large assortment of new and second
baud goods will be for sale. Do not
miss these greal bargains,
3lrs. K. JI. IJiirues has returned, after
spending a few days with Mrs. Andrew
Hale, of Yatcsvillo.
Jlr. and Jlrs. W. J. JlcICelvey have
returned from a week spent at Hie Pan
Ainericaii. .lames AV. Smith is doing Jury duty
Tomorrow afternoon the marriage
of .Miss Sarah .1. Hughes and air. Jl. .1.
Strlne, both popular young people of
this town, will take place. Tomorrow
evening a complimentary dance
will lie given at Weber',4 rink lo their
numerous fiicnd.i iu honor of the
November 7 is tlie dale of the grand
concert of the Anthracite tlleo club lo
be held In Weber's link. Tickets for
the event can be purchased I'rmn the
members of the C.lee club. The pat
rons aro assured of 11 grand musical
anil luerury ticitl. Among tlie talent
already engaged is Plot". ,1. Ter.inllas
Thomas, the widely known bawso of
Tbe committee In charge of the grand
coiueri and lot drawing to lie bold at
the Calvary liaplist chinch on Tues
day evening, November -', aro hard at
woii; arrangiiiR I'or tile event. Persons
holding old tickets lor the drawing
are renuesled to turn them over to the
pastor, J lev. Dr. Jim lis, and have
them r new.
Today will occur the intuit heralded
iuoi match at llldgewuy hotel
grounds between Jlichard Williams and
.1 oil it Itldgenay of this town ami Wal
ter Dllinlei uml .lohn Wagner of West
Jltv. .Mary Nash and daughter, Jlrs,
August Kelnliardt. and Mrs. l.ydla
Wlnteiiiitrii al tended tho funeral of iho
late Iteujuiulu iiiointiri at Wllkes
llarre on Sunday.
Itev. J. Crwjn Kvnns ullkiatod at
Jerinyn on Sunday, Itev. Kvuna ex
picts to depart this week, visiting tho
stales of Indiana and Illinois, previous
In lil. departure for his natuie liunio
In WuIuh. v
Thomas ll. Thonitis of Kingston
spent Sunday at tlie home of .Mr. and
Mrs. .lohn S01 Ivors of Storrs siieci,
Mr. anil .Mrs. J'erwllllzer of Hones
dale and W. I,, Hells of Scranton spent
the Sabbath at Hie home of Wlecitt
elan and Mrs. W, Jl. Hell nn Jitilu
.Mr. and Mrs. Iteujauiln l.luwellyn of
Siotrs street are homo from a few
days' visit with relatives in Plymouth,
T'rof. Hairy Kvuns of Wales, who
has been spending Hie pnsl few mouth
wilh relatives and friends here, will
iclurii to hi. native laml todiiy,
.Misses Mary .lenklns and .nn ,1.
Nicholas were guests of lelutlvcs III
The KillniwjiK citizen, friuu this town
were drawn 011 Friday as traverse par
ol'. for November term of court; l.
J, Daniels, David J. li.tnis, I'.mick
W, Jleijv Wlllhun N. Wllllanm and
S2S nuys SO Miarca.
$50 tlnys 101) Shares.
SI 00 flays 200 Shares.
52.10 Hiiv SOP Shares.
t,000,eu0,cw, In th.irci oC CO cents each
rail rnl'l anil
Vrililiil. W ,r MOOM!. Prit
imi'iiinr, I., ;. ijhi..u. i 'nniiT i'i:mi"n tb. aiecimnicc .xniinni ok., tioupmn. icx
i'w .11. 1;. .MAsiiiv.i niirMisiutMSi'imtor from nunoim i'ekiiy a. iioi.i, n"i
In ClMiiccry of tho Circuit Court, Chicago; B, It. 1'UIIKY.MAK, Attorney, IIouMnn.Tei'
tanccs for stool; and address all lniulrles and request for prospectus to
mut (5 nmsimm
valuo crtelllns prlco of any Texas oil stocks as (junto
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
I11 Illicit .lull" v, 1101.
Tuim Iimvc si r.itiiir
for I'hil.iiMplii.i and New V.,a l.i II. .V II.
Ii. ll.. .it a, I.', .mil ii.;;s :i. in., uml lm, i.-jv
( IU.U'!, bi.imoiul l'.Hi 1, .111.1 1 1. .10 p. in. Sun
days D. .V If. K. II.. I-''-. S.-7 p. 111.
I'or White H.iW'ii, Ilirlt'toii and piiiitlp.il
point-; In tho coul ii'L'icii", via II. ,c II, Ii. Ii.,
it.13. J.IS .mil l.-.7 p. 111. I'or 1'otKUIIc, i. 1.1 .1.
111.. 'J. I p. 111.
Per lli'llili'liein, i;.ilon. lfi'.uliii!;, Il.iiii-lnir
ami piludp.il Inlcnin tli.ito 'l.iiioti i.i I). .S: II.
II. 1!., ii.1.1, !.;; 11. in.; :!.IS I. '-7 (lll.11 U Illi
nium! K.p'V"). 1 1. "0 1 1. 111. Siiml.iys I). ,t II.
Ii. I!., !i..'i .1. 111. ; l..'. .V-V p. 111.
I'm' Tnnl, !i:imi'ck. Tim. 1 :i' 1. 1, lllinli.i, Ithae.i,
(,'cni'v.l iniil piinclii.il iiiloimciti.ili. ct.ilinn-i. i.i
p., 1,. & W. Ii. I!.. S.IO .1. 111. ami 'i. Ill p. 111.
I'or lieiii'Mi. Iteciie-ti'i", lliilT.iln. Miimi.i Kill",
l liir.uo ami .ill peinls vwM, vl 1 11. II. Ii. It.,
7.1-'. 11.. V, .1. 111.. I.-S !!.:"! fill 11k IIIiiiuukI ll
picl, 7.1s 10-11, Jl.au p. m. .Suml.iys 11. .v. II.
Ii. I!., 11..",, S.'J7 p. 111.
I'lillni.iii p.nlor aii'l -lPcpiiiv or I.clilsrli V.illcy
p.lllor c.llo (in all Main- lictwccli VilKr--ll.llle
ami .Vciv Veil., Philadelphia, ltiilf.it.) ami Su -
litll.LIN II. WII.IU'II. (icu. P'ipt., 2ii (.'oill.ii,il
MicpI. New Veil;
ell.Mil.KS s. l.i:i:. Clou. I'.i(. Af.t.. Sli Corllaml
ttippl. New Voik.
.. W. NOXUMACIII'.li, lllv. P.i- ArI , S'oulh
I'cr liikitf and P11II111111 le-civ.itinns apply to
::l!i l..iikau.inni aicime, Snautdii, 1i.
Colonel lltcbeoelt will deliver one of
ti series of lee.tures; to lie given by va
rious lecturers this winter iu Capouse
chapel Tuesday evening, Oct, 1.". All
aw walcomo. I
Itev. and Jliw. I.. It. Foster will at
tend the synod of the. Presbyterian
church at Pittsburg, P.i Oct. 17-23.
Itev. A. D. Hudson, of Delaware, is
visiting the .family of Joseph Fidii.nt,
of Deacon street.
atlss Annie Nolal. of Hobokon. N. J.,
is visiting friends on Sanderson ave
nue. airs. C. W. Siott, of Philadelphia. Is
visiting her parents, Jlr. and .Mrs. T-.
F. AVoIIk, of Washington avenue.
Harry Connolly and Ilussell ShirtlelT,
of Washington avenue, are at the Pau
Ameiicau. c. If. Pond, of Fletlric iiveniie, left
yesterday for Preston Park.
William Hlnies, of lierwick. his sis
ter, Jllss Sarah Klines, of Danville, and
aiark Smith, of Syracuse, spent Sun
day at the home of Jlr. and Jlrs, .1. Jl,
Vought, of Sanderson avenu'.
Jllss Sarah Judge, of Wllkes-Harro,
Is visiting Croon Jiltlge friends.
Kdwurd Sargent, of JOS Jliuion street,
wiio acted as watchman at the (liven
P.ldge gas tank, disappeared from ids
homo Saturday. Sargent was between
Ill'ty-llve and sixty years old.
Jlr.-;. Theodore Jllller Is visiting her
sister in liinghuiiiton, N. V.
Jllss Helen Hard, of Kiietoryville,
was the guest of Jllss Hthel Out mi
Dr. W. How land Uavies. of Seranlon,
was a culler In town on Sunday.
The following ladies will mvo a
supper In th liuptist church on Wed
nesday evening: Jlrs. J I. W. Nut'thup,
Mis-. Ueorge Noithup, .Mrs. K. J.
Noi'thup and Jlrs. Frank llrooks. Tho
supper will bo ready at .1 o'clock.
Members, of l he senior class icudered
a liier.11 y progtaiuiue iu tho public
school building 011 Friday lu'teiuoon
Secretary lleurge M.lhy expects to
move his faintly to Scranton about
November 1 tor tin- winter.
fp"i"l9l to the ?i'r.iiitun Tril'iine,
II.iIIoIimiI. ! i. Jl- Mr. Jml Mi. W. Jl.
lilioi'll.'i' .up vwilui; thU week al the liullilu
I..ii Tl.iniUy PMiilns u party v.i- slw-n In
AHi.iiiic li.il!. in holier nf Ml.- loii lliuttii.
IJiiiIim, N. V. .Vlioul ilih'i,-lio of tho yK
ppuplo 1 uiii,. I'd ll" ini'tiiimi.
Jlr. and Mr- sieiiiii 'I'llislcy d Mr. ,'l
Mi. .I. II. an I.""!! 4ii"l ilmlilr, Jp.-I.', live
tiiuiiu'il Upiii ii U,ll ill tin" I'JU.
r. ami M11. Viillijui llu-.li-y. f VniAfi. N.
V., i'ia iMiml.iy j tli bii ul Mr. mid Mi.,,
r. 1 litej.
The lent kttllcli hi tlie I'4ll''i4il 'd ' l"l
ijmiI ihirv iiulii. to u Iph'I wiili Hi" main
ti'jilipu 1 uiiriitir lia ri"iuiieil otli. "" S
lliln.i ilj.ii' K. n Inn.
1, .1. 1 uidtfs i )ilil"S "i enjiojlli'iil 111
lltlluilo l.i.l uri'k.
liiiiuul .llfii a vMiina hi Mualwmton,
Mi. Weed wiliuol In I'plimu'd Itouie ficni
u vi.ii in Hip I'jn-iuurlMii.
l.iue ll.i',"ti l'4arliiK liliK" del liv four-
tedi led .ii plJ'i'd hi lliu .l hi lieiil rf
I.. 1:. 'liilaiu'- ih"v uuililliis, mi Mmi inii.
M. P, (iiiri.i lu .'ii-jiu piliud uoik III Hip
iiiiililnc diciw, jficr mici.d pjk' iilliiic..-, due
.folui Tuii!ic i- luj.lln; Mvrr.d (Jis Willi lire
IIjesIiiv MiMi'ilul Iroiu Jile. ipnrile-.
.1, .1. I'l'iiipluii opcinlin,' the wick 'Udtiii;
in II111I.1I.1 Jl tlio c.li.Hl.ii.
From Photo on
of tln Moor-rorlon Cnnnl Co , Houston, TVx.i
A Tomis gusher flows "0,000 barrels of oil daily, which at
the market prlco of .'!t cents per barrel Is $7,l!nr,000.00 per year
nnd would Insnro over "On per cent yearly dividends upon tha
entire capital stock of this Syndicate or
AN INCOME EVERY YEAR
of $70!.r,0 on every hundred dollars Invested,
Slop by Mien as tbn development of this property pro
rrrds tho value of this stock will multiply nnd multiply
nnil H ever ItioreuKltig illvldritiln wilt reach fnhii.
Inim pi'iiiinrtloiiN. This xtrnnpr Nytullcntu linn linllt for
tin- future. It has covered the oil nrea of Texas and Is des
tined to bave more Ktintiern than nny other company In the
grout Texas oil fields.
Tho integrity and hggresslvo business character of tho offi
cers of this Syndicate, Its strong references, largo holdings ol
oil lands and the guarantee given with this stock aro tho
INVESTORS' BEST GUIDE.
All stockholder nro on nn onunl footing nnd have ev
equal tntorest in all the Rushers, lands, property and dlvldendl
of tills Syndicate, In proportion to their holdings.
NO PREFERRED STOCK.
Thla stock Is now offered al fin cents per sharo In lots of B0
shares and upward-thls Is the first selling price tho ground
floor. 13uy now, as the prlco will rapidly advanco upon com
pletion of Its first gusher.
Dcpt. II. 10-511-512 Stock
l:ic!mn(fc ISIdjj., Chicago.
rl on the Houston anil B.euumont Stock CzchMUt
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Scheclulo in Effect June 2, 1901.
Trains leave Scranton:
6.45 a. m., week dnys, through ves
tibule train from Wilkes-Barre.
Pullman buffet parlor car and
coaches to Philadelphia, via
Pottsville; stops at principal in
termediate stations. Also con
nects for Sunbury, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and for Pittsburg and tho
0.38 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Hurxisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
moie, Washington and Pittsburg
and tho West.
2.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays,
1.58 p. m.;), for Sunbury, Har
risbnrg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pitts
burg nnd the West.
3.33 p. m., week dnys, through ves
tibule train irom Wilkes-Barre.
Pullman buffet parlor car and .
coaches to Philadelphia via 1
Pottsville. Stops at principal in
4.27 p. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Sunbury, Hnrrisburg, Philadel
phia nnd Pittsburg.
.1. O. IIIITCIIINSO.V, ficn. Mgr.
.1, !!. W0OP, Con. Paw. A;t.
Delaware, Lackawannn and Western.
In Kll'ptt Aii-. 11. 1:101.
Trains le.ne Stiaiitoii li" New oik At 1,10,
.'1.00. 5..V,, T.oO uml to."' a. in.; 1'.'. Ill, IJ.20,
ii'tB. 5.IKI nnd S."0 1'. "I. I'm' Xpw Vuk- niu
Philaili'lphi.! T..'iO ami I'i.O'i .1. 111., mid Il'.I'J an,)
;; is p. 111. I'or Tol'h.iiuia-Al li.lll p. m. "r
lliiir.iln- 1.13, ''-' ""'I l',)" ;' '" l.0. .'1.3'.'. T.0,'1
ami II.::."' p. I". I'01' llliiBliamlo ul .iy ma
tion-. 10.-') a. in. i'1"' '"' !' "' ''or O-iu-pitu,
Miiidi-p mill 1'tli.i- l.i"' anil C.2 u. m.; I.jjfl
uiiil ::..V2 p. 111. )PS", S.m.iiu-,c anil Utlci
Haiti al I'.-'-' ii- "' daily. eu"Pt Sunday. por
.Monli(v-e U.0O a. 111.: l.u." uml 7.O., p. m. xich
olseii an oiiiiiie'laliou l.eo uml J.M p. 111.
Itluoiiidiiiig lliii-ioii l-'or .Vi.itliiiiiil'eilaiiil, at
l,,-i mill 10.0.1 11. '": 1." "lid ilia p. in. t'or
l'ljinoutli, al S.10 a. 111. i .'1.11 and H.itt p. in.
Siinilav Tiaiu-. I'or Xpw Yolk. 1.10, a.00, .1..V
and 10.01 a. in.; ;!.'Sl. ::. 1.1 and .1.00 p. in. I'oi
lliituiln -1.11 aii'l 'I'-!- " !! 1"". "I."'-'. 7.0.1
uml ll.::i p. in. l''or DliiKhanitoii uml ,iy ..t,.
ti(,lH '1.011 and lO.'-'O a. 111. lllooiii.-huig diviaion
Irfuw Siiniilnii, 10.01 a. in. and 0. 10 p. in.
New Jersey Central.
Sl.it ion in Xi'' Vmh-l'oot of Liberty street,
X 11.. ami South Tcriy.
timi: taiii.i: ix i:i'i'ix"i' .ni.vi: ::n, vwi.
Tuliis Iran' "cuiil"" 'or New Vmk, XowJik,
1'11aliPlli. rhllailelpliia. lii'ton. Ilelilpirui, A.
li'iilmMi, M.uich Chunk and W'lillo Haven, .it S.55
a. 111.; i'ui"p. Ll"! oim, 100 p. m. s,M
days, 2.1.1 p. in-
i-Vr Pltl-tiui ami WllU-niiic. S.M a. in.; 1.10
and 1.00 I', ni. Miii.I.in -M.1 . 111.
I'ur llalliiuoio mnl Wa-hiiislnii and polnti
K.,ulh .mil WY-.1 via llptlili'licm, S.33 a. m., 1.10
ami 1.0 1 p. 111. siimli.is 2.13 p. 111
lr I.011B Ul.inch. Ocean (.'line, cto,, at S.33
a. 111. (tluiiimli in.ii Id. and 1.10 p. in.
Tor ItiJilinu'. I.thaiioli ami llaiiUiiug, I.t Ah
Ipiilimn, S..13 a. in. ami l.iu p. 111. Sumliyj,
2.1.1 p, in.
IVr I'otlsilll'', .'"i'i a. "'., 1.10 p. ill.
I'or Mountain I'aik, S.51 .1. in., 1.10 ami l.W
TliKiuuh tlikPls lo all polnla pad, south .1111
ni-t at jowcil i.iIph at iho ..I.Ui"ii.
C. M. Hl'ltT. 1 ten. Iin. Ast.
.1. II. Ol.llAl'SIIX. (,'pii. tiillit.
Delaware and Hudson.
Ill llltcil .lime 11, H1I.
Ti.din for i'.irbniiil.ilu le.uo Sci.m(on at U.20,
fi.Oii, s..V!, lo.ll a- in-: 1-", I--.'. -Ml. 3.W.
,1 S!l, l.2.'i, T..17. CM. 11.20 I'. UL, 1.10 . III.
I'or IIoiip.iI.iIo ami l.iko Lodorc, H.'.'O, 10. 1 J a,
in.: 2.11 uml ''.2'i !' m.
y Wiikpvltiiipn.i.i. -'. s.11, n.:;..-, ji. r
11 in. 1 12.0.1, l.2. 2. IS l-l. 1.27, 1U0, 7. IS
10 II. II."" P. ni.
i'or !,. V. II. II folnU-0.13. ..".: .1. in.; 2.1?,
t "7 ami ll.Sl" 11. 111.
l!or VciHobJMli It. II. l'oluts-H.l.-i, 0.;;?. .!,,
11 :::t and l.'-V P- I"-
"for UI1.111V Jii'l all points noitli-(j,20 .1. m-
""' "' ' '"'SIMIW TIIAINA
I'or ('ailiotiihle AW, ll.ii.'J J. III.; 2,v 3.5J,
6.S2 and Ul'- I'- in
I'ur IMIkivlLaic-WSs a. 111. 1 12,0), 1.J5, J.
n.:ij 11111I vl'J I'. '
I'ur Alhaiiv aii'l limit li(illli-n.,U p. in,
I'ur IIoiii'mIiIc and Lake laidjte S.51), H.3J
a. 111. and si.M P- m.
New Yovls, Ontario and Western,
!n illct Tui'5ila. h'lH. 17, l'll.
vou ill iim.xn
l.i'.ui' l.oavo tun
Twilti. hir.iutcii. ( '.uhoinl.il". .nfoai.1,
No. I .,,,... .I11-"". 1. ni. U.IOh. 111. 1. imp. 111.
No, 7 ., ('.lop in. Ai. ('4iboiiililcU.il) 11. in,
' ' SDI'lll IIOl Ml, '
l.i.HP l.i'aio un,i
(.',e...'-ia. r'.iili'Miil.dp, Si i.ininn,
Nu, (1 7.ml.i. in. 7.PI.1. in.
No, 2 S. IS pin. I.i p. 111. 1,10p.m.
Si MUS ().V, Mill I'll IIDl'.M).
I.IMIO I.IMIO Alll.'S
Tl4lH. S11.111I011, CailiomldP. I'jilmu
Xo. !l 8.:tUa. in, n.iop. 111. 10. n a. 111.
.No, 3 ,......, 7."" !' Nr.l'ailieii'lali', 7. I0p. m,
1.P.UP I.pjio Aniio
l.l'lv.il. I'aihciiilalp. ScimiiIiiii,
No. B 7.l'l 11. 111, 7. ID 1.111,
,Nn. )i) I..:il p. in. il.iln i. in. li.l'ip. 111,
Tl.lllit V111, 1 en will. il.i), and ! 1111 Siiiid.it s,
inako Hi tin line oiincilldtK f"i Now Vni: env,
.MIiIiII.'Iomii. Walton, Xcim Ii, OiipkIj, O.ho.-j
ami all point.', uml.
I'or tuilUcr Infiiiiniliii.'i. ronult jukct a?cnU.
.1. r. .i)i:it.ii). is. r a. Xpw York.
.1. ll. WI.1.MI, T. 1'. A.. Siiamoii, l'.i..
trio Railroad, Wyoming Division.
Tijiii for Xpw cil; .u.rt Inlfrnirdialo point
leave Suiilcii a follottn: 1.20 a. in. s 2.2 p. in,
Ailials- 10.3V a. in. Horn lloncj.lalp, lUnlcy
ami iiitpinicillalc point: 0.20 p. ul from New
York ui'd iiaciiiirdutc nointj. No Sunday train.