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THE SCll ANTON TIUBUiVE-MONDAY, MAY 12, 1902.
?iMBMIff-VAll'"''apm,;''M- -vn-sE, .rn-
THE POX WAS
STRANGE SIGHT WITNESSED BY
A DUCK HUNTER.
An Anecdote of the Lnte Hon. Anios
CummlngB Rumor Regarding the
Erlo Shops Bub Peddler's Modest
Bequest Fanner Casper's Treas
ure Trove All About a Book.
Special lo the Snanton Tilbiuip.
Sus(Uolmnini, May 11. While hunt
ing wild iluekH on the river, near State
Lino, on Friday, u Shnmuohanna sports
niiin named Hodge, wlw six wild Reese,
out or riinKP. II ii crouched down, In
the hope that they would presently
come nearer, and, while thus cnucpitlcil,
vMie observed a fox stealing down the
hank. The fox watched the kccso for
'point; time, and at length retired, and,
when ho reappeared, lie carried a large
bundle of iiios-h in his mouth.
Entering the water silently, the fox
panic himself, and then, keeping the
moss above the water, he Hunted among
the geese. Suddenly one of them waH
drawn tinder the water, and the fox
soon appeared on the bank with this
goose on Ills back. Close to the water's
edge, he found u hole, caused by the
uprooting of a tree. This hole lie
cleared out and enlarged, placing the
goose at the bottom of It, and covered
Ills prize with dead leaves.
The fox then look his departure, and
Dodge went to the hole, i moved the
goose, and then routined to his hiding
place. In halt' an hour, the fox came
ljaek, in company with another. They
went straight to the place where the
goose was bulled, but the goose was
misslner. TIipv stood lnoklntr at eacb
V other for some time, nud then sudden
ly the second fox attacked the other
1 most furiously, and, when he ran. pur
sued him, with the evident Intention of
making lilm pay dearly for Ills decep
tion. ' FLOTSAM AND JKTSAJI.
There Is a rumor that Erie Mechani
cal Superintendent,. Murr, who recently
removed his ofilco from Susijiielimina to
Meadvllle, lias lesigned.
The clerical force of the Erie stores
department, about iifteen people, weie
on Saturday lcmoved fiom Susfpie
lianna to Aleuelville. This Is thought to
be the last exodus.
The remains of the late Engineer Pat
rick Lauinon, a native of Susquehanna,
who died at Luilutli. iuich., arrived here
on Saturday, and the funeral will take
place today from St. John's Catholic
church. Deeea.-ed was, for several
years, an Erie llreinun and engineer.
He was a member of the P.rolherhood
of Locomotive Engineers.
.11 'ST BETWEEN' US.
Lo! the piu;-pcng 11.10 is 1"" ining,
l'athu ticaliucs pimiutlp,
lT.ineing in fintaslic inc.isutp
l'.illiil pluiu-ers .a I he I or.
P.iliputly hi' sil mill "-iifti'i.
Longing fnv tho pctcpf'il shore.
Whete Ihe puueis tp.i-') fii'tn ponging
And the pitigcr.s ping nf. niou'.
Marriage and death are preventatives
of crime. . .- -. - - -
'Labor and capital ate one." But
Miifeh Is the one'.'
A Susquehanna county man owns 700
acres 'of land, upon which he raises
nothing except the rent.
The most trying position a truthful
clergyman can be in Is to be preaching
tho funeral sermon of a man who died
rich and mean.
The woman who marries a hultl
lieatled man must expect to find her
self at ;i loss occasionally for Fome-
thiug to turn her hand to.
A Scranton rug peddler called several
times at a house in Susquehanna and
found the people away from home. At
lai he wrote and pinned this note on
the door: "Madam kindly remain at
home tomorrow forenoon. 1 want to
sell you a rug."
ALL AI10LTT A LOOK.
"W.urants for ninety-two engineers
on the Erfle railroad will be served In
a day or two. They woie taken out In
Chicago 1 y the Crawford Etching com
pany. Tift' engineers have refused to
pny $V "'ch for a souvenir biographic
history of tho Erie raihoad engineers,
with their photographs.
The railroad lomp.iny has set aside
?u' .100 from the wages of the engineers
to pay the claims, but an Injunction, by
Judge linker, of the Illinois courts, re
strains such action, The cases have
already hren carried to the Illinois Ap
pellate court nud lemandcd back to tho
New cases were started, as. on ac
count of the death of Justice 'Wallace,
jurisdiction was lost, The engineers
have fanned an association to light the
book concern to tho bitter end.
The Carpenter brothers, of I'nltm
dale, who are prospecting for coal,
will purchase new machinery and re
The next convention of the Susquc
hnnna County Sunday School associa
tion will be held at Hrooklyn. Kiln mil
Jones, of Harford, Is the new president.
It Is reported that Itev, L. AV, Church
for many yenis anil until recently the
ablo and popular pustor of tho Hull
' 'stead Presbyterian church, has he en
tendered the paRtorato of the Presby
terian church at Itenssaeler, near
Henry L liu Holes, eldest son of Hon,
James L, nu Soles, of llallstead, will
be class orator ut the commencement
exercises of the tthwliumton high
schoool. In another year lie expects to
enter Cornell university.
Tho father of tho late lamented Hon,
Amos J Cuininlngs was a Methodist
clergyman, who was nt ono tlmo
stationed at Couklln. u few miles from
Ifallstead, where Amos wtfs born,
"N'Iipii fi my, Amos used to play the
fiddle In the church choir,
r. THE DEAD LIST. '
A ilJlnty 1.1, a little iiu.',
'I'ii the p.irton'a then skci'addlc;
I'nr fo.nl .imi raiment then to tug,
'i'lmi o'er the jl) to piddle,
Haul of Unlondale,
YOUR. FAITH SffiS
st rout; as
ours If you try
f4 4 - oud oaru 1 so strong we
1 .III tT guarantceacureorrcfunel
x inoiiey, and ive send you
free trial bottle if you write for it.
SHILOH'S costs 3 cents and will cure Con.
tuuiptlou, Pneumonia, llrouchltis and all
I,uug Troubles. Will cure a cough or cold
iu a day, uud thus prevent serious result!!.
It lias been dolus these things for 50 years.
S. C. Wm.L Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
VarVa rjsvf DaaIT.1, n....f. ,L. Cima..!.
-MT1 ri n irniBiiM,! .m.mi.
Sheriff Mnxc'y Isn't 111, Xot ho usually
has a dozen felons on his hands, t
"Do you thing It will rain tomorrow,
"Well, I don't know whether-"
"No; Mr, Moore, 1 don't believe you
The man In Blate'sprlpon Is the only
ono sure of a utendy Job.
There nro 172 known species of crea
tures that tiro blind. This does not In
A Susquehanna man complained (o
Ills butcher that tho last piece of steak
sent was so tough that his mother-in-law
could not chow the gravy.
MATTE11S AND TH1NCIS.
Let us Indulge In the hopp that the
Kcquhllcun congressional conference at
ilonosdule will come out nil Wright.
A Montrose drug store has been
Humiliated with natural cms, taken
from the salt springs, where prospect
Jug Is In progress.
It Is reported that Principal Pease,
of the llallstead schools, and Principal
Hlchards, of the Great Ueiul schools,
will ngaln be candidates for county
superintendent of schools.
The next meeting of the Susque
hanna. County Medical society will bo
held at Susquehanna, August C.
Following are the new officers of the
Susquehanna County Sunday School
association: President, E. K. Jones; vice
president, secretary, Hyland Estabrook,
Montrose: treasurer, llev. Henry J.
Crane, Unlondale, Pa., members execu
tive committee, Charles F. Whitney,
North Jackson, lluv. AV. C. Tlldiin,
Pirchordvllle; llev. Hubert Clark,
Forest City; county primary superin
tendent, Eva Sophia, Susquehannu;
home department superintendent, -Mrs.
Si. J. McCausland, Montrose; normal
department superintendent, Dr. A. 13.
Snyder, New Mllford.
"VVhlle Farmer Gasper, of Cascade
valley, was digging near his home
stead on Friday, his spade struck
what seemed to be a heavy plank.
After much difficulty he hauled out
an old and heavy oak chest, parts de
cayed. It wus opened and found lo
contain a valuable collection of China,
elaborately painted In the style of a
century and a half ago. Ciaspcr has
sent It to New York, to be sold.
HE GOT THE .TOIL
When the late Hon. Amos J. Cum
mings arrived in New York city after
the Civil war. he had a most excellent
Npportunity to bo a wanderer. All he
possessed besides a job lot of old
clothes on his back was twenty cents
wot th or postage stamps, badly glued
together. He wore a pair of battered
cavalry boots, and about three-quarters
of a. pair of pants. The place where
the missing parts or the latter should
have been were concealed by ti sun
burned army overcoat. In this garb
he climbed up to Horace Greeley's
edltoilal den and asked Mr. .Qreeley for
n job. He did not ask to be appointed
to either the nosition of managing
editor or foreman. He was willing to
do anything. "No place for you!"
squeaked Mr, Greeley, without tinn
ing fiom bis desk to look at the ap
plicant, ."Don't you see, I'm busy?
G'way! Scat!, Damlt!" "But 1 tell
you 1 must have a Job'.'" Mr. Greeley
turned around his revolving chair, anil
glaring at Cummlngs. said: "Must?
For what leason young man, do you
say must? "For this reason," lcpiied
Amos, turning his back to .Mr. Greeley,
lifting the-drapery of his old blue over
coat, and exhibiting the vacant places
where the wild winds had whistled
lluough his trousers. Ho got the jo",
and "ere long was a leading editorial
writer on the Tribune. Whitney.
pi'ci.il tu 'Ihe 11.111(011 Tiilumc
llallstead May 11. A public Tarewell
reception will be tendeied to the re
tiring secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
Monday evening, May 12, at the Y. M.
C. A. hall, at S o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bylngtnn and
daughter. May, and Chailes and Har
riet Lang were In Deposit, Wednesday,
attending the wedding of their, brother
Engineer Fred Fish, while on his
run to Scranton. Wednnsclav after
noon, was quite badly injured by the
bursting of the water glass on tho
engine, cutting an artery In his hand.
Among the Dlnghamton visitors
Wednesday were Miss Ella Durget, Mrs.
Pert Waterman and Miss Anna Doyle.
Mrs. A. E. Conyne, of PInghnmton,
was a business caller in town Wednes
day. Mr. and Mis. Saxon Wilson, of
Montrose, visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs, Edward Hundrlck, on Chase
Lu Itoss was a Scranton caller on
Rev. L. AV. Church nnd John Chides
ter attended the Sunday school con
vention at Unlondale, Tuesday and
Charles DcAVltt, of Illughauitou, was
a business caller In town AVednesday,
Orange G, AA'oodhouse Is visiting his
parents, Mr, and Mrs. John AVoodhouse,
Miss A'lrglnia Elden, of Conklln, visit
aagi,jLiiiiMiiiiLBM 1 iw-
These children have deserted their
pets to play shadowgraphs. Find an
other girl, a rlbblt and n goat,
Solution for Lait Week's Puzzles:
Monday, May 5 Catcher inverted in rentic of
plttuiei uuipiic uboto black lialred boy's aim,
Tuesday, May 0. Ono in tree piong near upper
lelt-haud (oiner; cue back ot lady's head, am
other near lower left-band comer.
Wednesday, May 7-Chlet at right of tr.ee ttunk;
Yinlow to the left
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
Alden, on Church street AVcdnrsday.
Mrs. Mary Wesley wus a Montrose
Tho ofllelnlfl of the D., h. & AV. road
were In town Thursday.
Mrs. Minnie Hill, of Dlnghaniton, was
a business caller In town Wednesday.
Association Day will bo observed at
the Y. M. O. A. hall, Sutiitny afternoon,
at 3.30 o'clock. President F. .1. Arnold
will preside. Music will bo rurnlshed
by Mr. Carl Crane, of ttliaca; Miss
Mubel Mnltlnnd, of Tennessee, and
Alice Mead Martin, of New York
Cards uro out announcing the com
ing marriage of Mr. Edward Simons,
of Hobokon, anil MIssEthel Corwln, of
The Yoke Fellows bund at the Y. M.
C. A. next Sunday morning will be
led by Al. Sherwood, of Tlngley,
Tho Alonzo Hatch Electro Photo
Musical company's grand entertain
ment will bo given ut Rlstler's hall,
Special to the Scrinton Itllmne.
Now Mllford, May 11. Benjamin
Hutching and daughter, Miss Char
lotte Hatchings, of Oqttago, are visit
ing friends nnd relatives here.
School closed Thursday, and Thursday
evening the following programme was
given, before a large audience, at the
Opera House: Piano solo, Miss Maine
Miller; butterfly drill by ten little girls;
declamation, "Marion's Dinner," Ever
ett Spencer; tableau, "Hiawatha"; es
say, '"Natural Scenery In the United
States," Hattle Smith; scarf drill; es
say, "Tho Evolution of the English
Race," Ray Moss; rose drill; recitation,
"On the Shores of Tennessee," Isa
Darrow ; ladles' quurtette, "Whispering
Leaves"; oration, "Life of Daniel AVeb
stcr," AVIiloughby Tucker; baritone
solo, "Anchored," Lee Tiffany; essay,
"Promoters of Electricity," Grace
Llndsley; ladles' quartette, "The But
terfly;" class will, Anna White; presen
tation of diplomas. Tho members of
the graduating class presented Prof.
Benson with a very fine umbrella.
F. F. Moss, who has been employed
In Hobokon, N. J., tho past year, is
spending a week with his family In this
Mis May Hose, of Binghamton, is
home for a few days.
Tho Carl Crance Trio will give an
entertainment in the Opera House on
Monday evening, May 12.
II. J. Brown, of llallstead, was a
pleasant caller In town one day this
Spfcial to tlic .Scriiiilon Tilbuno.
Pittston. May 11. AViltlani F. Jen
kins, ii7 Railroad street died Saturday
evening at 10.S0 oclock, of Blight's dis
ease, aged 58. He is survived by the
following children: Mrs. John Bry
den, Mrs. Ell Folnton, Mrs. Grace
A'aughn, Benjamin. Jenkins, John
Jenkins, nnd AVllliam Jenkins. Funeral
Tuesday at 2 p. in. Services at the
home. Interment in Pittston cemetery.
The deceased was one of the old and
respected residents of the city. He was
at one time 11 miner, but retired many
Ai.iiUiny M.ilii'l Paige company. Mslit.
Sl.11 ltijoii ItiulCMiui'i. Afl( 1 1101.11 .mil nlsht.
Mabel Paigo and Company.
M.tljd I'.iicc, the tak'iitcil little f.iMJille, will
be :it the luuil of the Southern stock lonip.viy,
which U lionheil for .1 letuui engagement s't Hit)
Academy of Mii-lc, .-.tailing tmilidil. 'Hie slii'iiatli
of the company, the Bi.inil piotluetion-, together
uilli die choiee 'election of pluj,-, will make tho
encasement one ot. d( ( ided intcuM.
It li.H broil the object ot Manager liichm to
pioUile .1 ".Ties nt pioilurtioiH which would
natch each olhei in Micngth and to make caeli
pie-oiitalioii complete anil peifcct in itself. The
fccnie melodiaiiia, ''.My Lady Xell," will be tho
openins bill. Daily lintnues, Mailing Tiievlay.
I. idle-.' l.'i (out tickets .Monday, It puicluu-d
licfoie 7 p. in.
llani-011 Ciey 1'i-l.p will net -. Mh. Patrick
t'.imphell'a manager next mu-oii in lhi country.
JelTeifcon lie Angrlh will luie .1 new vehicle
for next t-eascn cilleil "The Kinciaht Isle."
IMnoril K. Kidder will not wilte the play in
which i:.i Kendall will star net sej-on, a
toinw could not be agreed upon.
Helen I.oid, who ha-i been wilh "All- Simplic
ity," ix seriously ill in New Yolk, and will sins
no moic this ,scaou.
"Ilcau lliunimel" paid (i.wle 1'itili only 1,000,
while from Ills late plajs lie Is aer.ii;lii us
high ni $50,000 in ro) allies alone.
Jtaudc Adams' mother lecently secured a
dhorce from her husband in Wjonilntr, lie wns
only the stepfather of the actress.
Kthel Darijmoic eailtd for London last Tups.
day, llefote going aboard ship Jli llan.unore
denied all matilinonlal intention--.
Amelia Karle, who has been a member ot
Itogeis Brothers' thorns will nunv 11 wealthy
western ranch owner in the fall, and bid good.
bjc to the blage.
Tliursday, May 8.-l'li
to left of tipper tree
one labbit oicr fence and other tu licjit
l'riday, .May 0 Kins back of Washington;
Queen imcrtcd in tieo trunk.
Saturday; May 10-Pog under woman's chinj
eat under her forearm and goat iu upper left
hand corner of picture.
Itesult of Yestcrdnyfa Games.
Pcrniitmi, llj l.niitntor, tl.
Wllllam;port, 12 WllkcOlitrre, 10.
Lclnnun, d lleaillns:, I,
Standing of Clubs.
Played. Won. I.oit. P.O.
S i .ml on ........ n
Lebanon .,, it
t !! .iwr
1 'i .MI7
t '2 ,IM7
:i :t ,:m
2 1 .:.!
I B .107
Seraiilnii nt Knitting.
Vllllnmpoll nt Wllkes-llirre. '
L'.h.mon nt Lanrnilcr,
W1LTSE HAD GOOD SUPPOBT.
That Made Saturday's Victory nt
Lancaster, Pn.. Muy 11. Superb fleld
Inp; won yesterday's kiiiiio for the
Scranton team. Wlltso was lilt eleven
t lilies but tho support given him held
Lancaster's score down beyond which
It ought to have been.
During the first few Innings It looked
ns It the visitors would suffer their fate
of the previous day, but In the fourth
the Scranton team got down to busi
ness and kept up their good work for
the remainder of tho game. The score:
it. h. o. a. n.
Million, 0 115 1
llalzcr, rf 0 110 1
.letTrle", 3b 1 1 II 1 0
MtUhmi. 2b 1 1 1 J :t 2
llnuiby, II 1! !) HI 0 0
nines, If 12 0 0 0
Unlele, cf 0.0 2 0 1
I'onlnr.v, c 1 2 fl 1 1
lies, )i 0 0 1 S 3
Totals fi U 27 IS 0
15. 11. O. A. L
Cotton, cf. 2 0 3 0 I)
Illake, if 12 2 0 0
Nichols, if. 2 2 2 0 0
I.oisnn, 2b 0 113 0
Sultiiun, lib 0 0 0 0 0
Smalt;', lb 1 0 S 1 0
Plioh, m 2 2 0 2 0
li.iupy, e 2 2 7 0 0
Wllt-e, 1 I IK 1 2 1
Totals 11 0 27 S 1
Lancaster 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 I) 111
bti.inton 0 i) 0 2 2 0 3 :! r 11
Ihiined nun Lancaster, 1. Two-base lilt,
DiMiihy, I'otdupy, sjdoi,, 'Iluce-base hits Jlc
lilynn, Illake. Siirliirp hits Stroll, Loi;a:i.
iloleii bases .IcITi ies, 3; Baltr, (inituii. Lett rn
bases Lancaster, 0; Sciantou, 4. Double plajs
He.-s, JleClxnn In Drtuby. 1'iist bite on rrr.ns
Sciantou, .". Slinek oit Hy He-, I; l,j
Wlltso, 6. n,i-e on balls-Off AVillse, I. Hit ly
pile heii less, liurtou. Passpil balls I'oiiln -y.
I'mpite l'hel in. Time l.W.
Williamsport and Wilkes-Barre.
Williaiibport, I'a.. Jlay 11. Ilcaul's wildncs
tf.iie Wilkcs-llaue a lead ol tue inns in the tlist
limine; of jt'steidaj's same, but teiiilio battiiiLr
by Wllliuiiisporl oierciine the lead in the .nest
two innings'. Tlit'ieafler. lU'atd was ei eftert
ice with mi'ii mi bases. Altciidai'cc, W'J. ''ihe
K. II. O. A. i:.
Tiniplelou, lb 1 I) 11 0 0
Stliult, :ib. .'..2 2 2- 5 1
mack-, if ;..:.::. 2 -s 1 0 0
Waid. if 2 10 0 1
Willie;, ss ."..". 1 1 1 1 IJ
,Sis,e, 2b .'. 1 !! 1 3 1
CioRhan, cf ......1 1100
llaitmau, c 2 3 C 3 0
IJeaid, p 0 10 2 1
Totals 12. 13 "20 II 4
II. II. O. A. L".
Kiiier. eT '.! 0 0 10
Baker, .lb 1 0 2 (I 1
Cole, if 112 0 0
Sapp, ss ! 2 O 0 2 0
Wal-h, lb n 2 7 0 1
Cuiuoy, If. 13 10 1
Cmiisoy, 2b 0 1 1 1 0
Biiike, c 0 1 2 0 0
ltosj, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 10 b 21 I 3
Cole deelaied out Joe' tuttine; tlrst base.
Williain-poit ' 3 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 012
Wilktv-Baue 5 0 2 O 0 1 0 0 210
Kaincd inns' Willlainspmt, !; WilkcBaiic, 1.
Tttodiaso hits scluilt, Has'e, Walsh, t'ouise'y.
Thice-ba-e lilts Meliult llnma luii-llaitmiii.
stolen bases llaitmau, 2; Walsh, Course', 2.
Struck oul'-By Beaul, .1; ltovs, 1. Kirst on or
mi Willianispoit, 2; Wilkes-Barre, I. I'hst on
Balls Off ItoRS, 3: otr Beard, 3 Hit by plle'icil
ball Boss, ; IImiiI. 3. Wild pitch Itu-.s. L'ni
piie M-bl. Time 1. to.
Beading and Lebanon.
Roailinp, Jlay ll.-l'oi the tlflli fiiceeoslee time
Itoadlnff siiftcied defpiit heie Salutdav nftcinnon
before a crowd of 400 people. Cnstcllo's triple,
Punu's double, I'hilbln'ri single, an out, a pis',
ft hit by pitcher ami an eiror foimed u com.
binatlou that ceoleed ll'.e tallies for the old
Lebanon bunch in the llflh innine; and beat With
man's ageticgatlon. Liwson, Boiilhrou and Mi
Dade pl.iicd gieat ball nud Loie pitched In mag
nificent stle. The moic:
U. H. O, A. j:.
JtcDade, s 0 II 1 2 0
Vomit:. 21 0 2 0 2 0
Cnstello, If 1 I 1 II 0
ilolllus, v 12 7 0 0
Clemens, 3b 1 2 1 1
Philbln, cf 1 1 0 II 0
Lairoy, If 10 10 0
Dunn, lb 1 2 13 o l
Loo, p 0 0 12 1
Totals 0 10 27 11 3
u. ii. o. a. i:.
Coffinan, 31). 0 0 2 2 1
nontliron. c- 0 0 HI I
.Ionian, lb ,,.. 0 u u I 0
Lawson, M , 0 il 1 . 0
Hitter, 2b 0 I 0 0 0
rtuhland, rf I 0
Jlehl, p 0 0 l u o
Paige, p 0 0 0 11
Lafontaiue, If. .,,.,., 0 1 1 0 0
Brent, cf 0 0 2 1 I
Itust, cl 1 n 0 0 i)
Totals 1 3 27 IS I
Lebanon ,,., 0 0 0 l' fi 0 0 i 0-0
Iteadinif 0 n o o o 1 o o o-l
Two-baso Iiii-Tilium. Tlufo-b.ise, lilts Ch'inciis,
Ilolllus, Costello, Kairillru hit-L'offman. M-tleii
bases Itltter, Left on ban's Heading, 3j Leb
anon, 0. Rtiuek out By Mehl, 3j by l'.il'i', 2;
by l.oe, 11. Double play Clemens uud Dirili,
first mi cuors Heading, 3: Lebanon, ,1. 1'li.t
on balls-Olf Jlehl, 3; oil Paine, lj olf I.oie, 1,
lilt by pllelier I.aiTey, Paed ball-llolli.is.
t'uiplfo SouthaiJ. Time 1,10,
SUNDAY BASE BALL.
At Delloit (Ten iuulnei.) It, , U.
Petiolt 11004 2 00 11-10 10 2
Chicago , 2O0UOO 1 3 Jls- 0 10 5
Ballcilcs Mulllii, Yeager uud McCuiic; Plait,
Patleison nnd Sulllan, I'lniihe; .luhiistonc. At.
At (hlccgo- it. ii. i:.
Chlcagu , OOOOU0O0O-U :l 1
Btooklli ,....0 000 01 1 i 03 0 1
Batteries To lor and Chance i Ifcntoii unci
Abeam, Uinpiic L'nisllc, Attendance, 17.V00.
41 I'ln, tiiimlt II. II. II.
Clnellinatl k..O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 0 U U
PItUbuig .,..,.,.,... .1 7 0 001)0-10 jo 0
Balterics Currie, Lwing and llcrgcn; Dohoay
aud inillb. Uiuplic I'owcu. Attendance, 10,000.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Unes 10 Cents
More Than Pour Lines, .1 Cent lor Ketch tlxtta Un j.
rOlt Ill'.Vr til innm alnrln linusp! .ill llUlirolC'
incuts: 1010 .Mousey illeliue. , lltqilliel Hl'1
roil Hi:.T-llouso In lliillon, near sUllon! nice
ly locatedl make u tileu wininicr icsldence.
1 or further particular, apply W, II. Slide, Huh
ton, l'a. i
llAltN' I'On HKNT-I2, Apill 1st, three box ami
thrpn i.ts..u .111 s,l ,.-a.li mrk. tear Ot
334 Madl-on avonu.. Inquire nt 0.11 Madison "Vf;
I'OIt IIKXT-Stnrp' bulldlner for rent In nlckon
City. l'a. Bulidlng H) foot bv 2' ' c.n,!"
uiiue-r mi, anil reconu siote can we ii.mss" -
family. All In good icpilr ready for ity. v''
coal break-era and mines cloe by employing over
a thousand people. An rntrrprlsliitf iiicrrliani
ran get a largo tiniK Apply to W'lltoni .
lllclunond, nichmond Hill, 3125 N.Miiln ultimo,
Seranlnn. Pa, .
Furnished Hooma for Eont.
l'Olt ni'.XT Largo finnt fitmlheil or tiiifurnlslied
room. All .'omcniciiecaj rclctcnecs lequlred,
321 franklin nienue.
FOll HBNT-Ono furnished room, with Imple
ments; also one on thlld fluor, cheap. 027
t'tlRKISIinD BOOMS for rent, modern Improve
ments: private family; gentlemen preferred,
t S37 Adams avenue.
fOIl ItL'NT-rurnlshcd room; heat and bath.
025 Linden street.
FUrtNISHF.Il BOOMS FOR ItHNT. with heat, gas
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at DS9 Adams
LKillT YOUlt ItOMlV, with acel.ileno; Just the
thing for like cottages; better than coal
gas or t'lecliJelty. Inspect our plant. 1'hlllp J.
Vetler, 022 Adams .ntnup.
I'OIl SALB 1 cinias jumping net, 1 life gun, 7
Hall life belts, 1 a"j-fncit liu.-spil ladder, 1
ladder stlap, 2 lidder pole", 1 piactieo Met, 7,
foot -Ti-IihIi lope. Apply Win. Council Iloe
Co., 1WI l'ittstou incline.
FOB SM.i: Ladies' lileicle for palp; cost '100
when new; will toll cheap. Call at M3 Jef
FOB bLi:-lland sll; doublers. New. BainforJ
Bios., l'atersoit, X. J.
V.liW OXI.V MX'l'.'-sJAnV to puichase a Luge
double house, on MKIMl foot lot, for 'M.OIO;
worth IsO.OOO; lrnts foi"jltl jier earj will lent
nest year for !vl02; location is choice Miburbin;
t.iC5 only about I f.)3 u car. Acldicss I'clci l'hll
lljis, caic Tilbune offne.
I'OH PALI: I'.Iegant slles for homes in upper
Cireen Itldge; thoiec neighborhood; most de
'irable locality-tor lionio iu Lackawanna county.
J. A. Alanine, 1730 Sandeison avenue.
I'AIIM FOK SALB Sixty-two acres, one mile
from Lake Ariel; twclie acres ot timber, lest
improved; excellent spiing water on lot; farm
situated on road. I'or particulars addiess Will
iam Tieslar, Ariel, Fa.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTBD nOOMS I'or two adults, three or four
rooms, furnished or unfurnished for icry
light housekeeping, fitst floor piefcrrcd. Addrccis
M. B., Tribune ofhee.
WANTED rurnished house or four or file rooms
for housekeeping. Addie&s A. 0. L'., Tribune
Wanted Rooms and Board.
1VAXTKD Hooiu and boaid for single man;
priiatc family iu 11111 ilUhltt picfcntd. Ail
eh esc H. 1,, 'lrihunc oftice.
WANTLD Two ccmmtinicating looms with board,
priiatc family piefened. Two ladies and a
gentleman. State full putticulars. Address C.
Hr D., Tribune ofllce.
Ci:.TLi:HAX AM) WH'i:, with child and ninse
want boaid in countiy dining July and Aug
ust; local Ion on high giound, coincident to iail
load; not oei Iwenty miles fiom Stiantnp, Ad
chess "1'," Tiibuno ofliee.
STOCK AND WllL'AT TRADBIIS without delay.
Write for our special market letter. Tree on
application. S. JL Hibluid & Co., members N.
Y. Consolidated and Stock fexthangc, 41 and 1G
Broadway, New Voik. lL.tablished 19.11. Long
Distance' Phone 23S8 Broad.
SUALl'.l) l'HOl'OSALS The Borough of Dii'imoic
otfns for sale to ho higliest bidder or bid
ders, for cash, ihiity-tlie thousand dollais (S-ij,-000)
coupon bonds, chted September 1, 1S'J1,
known as the "Duiunoie Botough fsewit Bonds,
Series A," being sevci.ty bonds of the cletio.ni ia
tion ot tile hunched dollais (-WJ) each, mini
beted coiisccuthel, and ledeeiuablo in the older
of their nunibci as follows:
1'iom 1 to 17 Inelusiio Septpinbcr 1, lortl.
1'iom 18 to 31 inelusiio, jseptember 1, 1001.
1'ioin 3.1 to f,2 jnilushe, Scptrmbcr 1, 1014.
1'iom 5) to 70 iucliitilc, Heptenihcr 1, tOl'i,
'Hie bonds bear four per cent, iiiteiest, piy.
able femi-annually on the first dajs of .Match
and September at the 1'iist Xational bank iu the
City of huauton, l'a.
Tlie ordinance of tho Dciough of Uunmoie,
dull' approied, aulhoiUing the issue of said
bon'ds, pioiidcs. for the levy of a special tav for
the pajiuciit of tho piincipal and interest of said
bonds as the fame become due, as requited by
Slid pioposals will be leeched by the socie
tal v of Dunninip buiough ui.tll S o'clock p, in.,
Jla'v lllth, 1W2, for the puichaso of said bonds.
Bids hhall state the pilco offertil, in addition to
thp aceiued Inteicsl flout Scpltiubcr 1, JS'Jl), iu
dito ol cleliiciv of bonds.
A ccitllied check for 5'O0 slnll lie purloicl
witli each bid, widen shall ha foifolti'd tu the
Botough ot Dunniore in ease of ufiisal ni omis
sion of the successful bidder to accept thci bonds
nnd make' pa me nt theicfor wiiliiu thrco weeks
fiom the imardintf of tho same. No pioposil
will be lead or cousideicd, which falls to ioui.
ply witli this lequirtuieut. The boiough le.eiii's
the light to lelecl any nr nil bid-. Addiess
blcl.s Ii, II II. (I1I.I.KIAX,
702 Hast Blinker Street, Duinnoie, l'a,
I'IIOI'OSAI.sj for I'lic Vioof Vault and Addition
tu Susquehanna County Couit lloma at
healed bids will be reeVlied at the ofllce of
the Couiilv Coninilseloiieis, Moiitfase, l'a., until
12 tn May II. 1002. tor a lite pioof addition to
the County Couit llnr.e,
I'liiis nnd tpcilllc.itiinis tail be seen at the
ofllce of Ciiuntv ConuuUsioneis or nl the cfttce,
of S. O, & II. A. Lucy, utchltetls, lllnsliai'llou,
" The' nities.-ful bidder will be loqufred to give
u iroml and .sufllehnt bond in Hut -'nil of rue
thousand dollais (s-1,000.00) lr Hip fallhful pot
tiiiiiianic' of tin' contract, 'the Conunitsloiiem
icariio the light t" teject anv ot all bid.,
, (I, K. 'llNtll.liV.
II, 11. 1IAHIIIMIIO.V,
lte.t: - Cimiiti" Coiiunlvslou'.'is.
" . A TUMVdll'lll. ('Ink.
lluntiiisc'. I'.L. Mi' I, 1002.
hi:l.i:i I'HOl'ps.M.S for inmlns St. l'.iul'.s 31.
'. ihuiel. am luiltid until Jluy 17. Il.'.
llUht t" icjeet liny or all bids lesciied, d
ihess llev. I'. I". hot, Seiietaty Boaid of Till,
tees, 330 Chetry stteet, Rcranton, Il
At St. Louis It. 11. 1.'.
M .oiiis 2000 1100 0-1 10 J
Ne'w VmK 0 2 II II II 0 0 0 3--f, 10 0
Batteiles-Wicl.er and Mchuh; Tajlor and
Boweriiiau. I lupllcCanlllllou, Attendance, 7,
too. WELSH HILL,
Special to the Snaiilou Tribune.
AYclHh Hill. Ma' 8. Wlioojilup; ooituli
Is prevalent hero.
School dosed, Wednebiluy, May 7, The
closing exercises were hold In the hull
Friday evening May 'J.
.Mr, and Mrs. A. Cotoy of Herrlch,
visited ut Mr, and Mrs. AVullaco Wat
hliis' on Sunday last.
Several from this place attended the
Sunduy school Institute ut Unlondale
Branch WANT Offices,
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Received nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBini'l' SCIIISLTZ. coiner Mulberry
ttort ami Wcliter airline.
OUSTAV I'lCIIIlL, CiO Adams aicnttc.
(li:oil(li: W. JKM'IXS, 101 South Jt.tiu
l'ltlll) I,. Tl'.lll'l'i:, 720 Cedar menuc.
(IL'O. W. DAVI.s, corner N'oith Jlu'n
aicnue nnd Market sticcl.
ClIAItLBS P. .IONT.s, I,'" Dlcl.sou
I'. .1. JOIIV, i'i) flrceti ltldgo sticet.
C. I.OIILNZ, inriior Washington ale-
aicnue aud Marion Fticet.
W. H. KNLI'I'LL, 1017 In Ins aiemio.
J. a, bom: .t son'.
Help Wanted Male.
MACHINISTS MAX'll'.D-At the C.uhieil Monu
.lat'cLs. Apiily at once.
WANTT.l) An cvpciienced man in wall pipei de
pirtment tit (iuldinltli's ll.17.1ar.
WAXIIIU A sobpi. industiioiis joimg in in .
ppiieiitrcl wilh liotsps to ililii- ph .Irian nnd
do genual wink nioiiiid house; stale cipciloii'c;
wages, l"i .1111 bond. Hi. ,1, . KiiHIei. lllili
Inn, I, l'a.
WANTBH I'hst class shoeiiiil.or, tor leiulr
11 oil. II. A. Balis, Luieine a.cnue, West
WATi:i)l'alutei(i; only good men need apply.
Call nt Chirles Wagnei's, :1 Admis aicn'ie.
AGENTS WANTED '
LIF3 OP T. UEWI1T TALAUUL', by
his Son, ItLT. FRANK UCWITI" TALMAtil! and
associate editors of Clnisllau lleiald. Only book
endorsed by Ta Image family. Ihiutmous piollt
for agents who act quickly. Outfit ten cents.
Wilte inimpdiately CLAKK & C ... 232 r.
4tn St, Pnilii., Fa. Jlentlon this. Paper.
WANTBD Place iu small family for good onns
gill, paitly tiained. Apply 01(1 ispiuce stiei t.
POSITION" WAN'TLO for fiermait oung uoiiiin,
J list landed; inteiniediate plan1 in good fam
ily; piefeiable with ehlldien; good seamstiPss
uud musician; help with household. Apply Mini
tlai between 10 and o o'clock. .Mis. (J. L. Ho.i l,
1310 Jlonioe aienue.
SITUATION WASTi:U By a gill as muse. Ill
SITUATION WANTi:i) Will take ladies and gen
tlemen's launch' home; will laundiy minted
shlits without fading. 1111 Lloid stieot, top -loor.
WANTLD Position, by a oung man, us book
keeper ot assistant; tan furnish icfcmice us
to ihataetcT and ability. Addiess "PprnlaiKiit
Position," cue of T.lbui.c office.
itlu or bi:i.i:c;T cdcncii, no. , ltoi.
Piotiding for the tnnstiuttiuii of a Sewer Sy-t.tn,
Section "A," lie the heu'iittenth Sewir iliti i I,
in the Lleienth waul; pioiiding loi the i,-i,c'm-
imc lit uf the cost and ovyenses ot said sewei;
ipgulating the iiiauucr of collecting as-pssinints
thcietur and appiopiiating tiuids to piy 101
Section 1. He it oidained bv the, Silei't and
Common Councils of the City ot Ni.iuLou and it
is hetcby oidnmcd hi the uuihoill of the same,
that a sewer system known as Stcttuu "A," in
the s-eitntccnlli .s.ewci dlsuiit, with the tipics
sarsc, biauchs, eteiisioi.s,eonueelIoiis, basin-, utau
holes and IKImes, be ton-triicteil hi acevidaue-a
with the plans and spccilkatlons on tile in Hip
liuieaii of i:iiiucitiug. Said scutr I" begin at
the Seienteeiith dlstild luaiii sewer on litming
ton aienue, at Locust slicet. thence alon ltcin
ingtou aitiiup fiom I.cuusl sttcpt to Maple sti.'et,
ulfo hi Maple stieel ftotii ltemlnglon iiuiiue to
s-chimplf mint, iilsn in Dim street fiom tvilh
toiirt to Sehhiipll couit, al-o iu liolb couit fiom
Blm sticit lo JIaple stici', al-u in Sehl'uptl
couit lioni Slatroul Jlcdow bmuk tu I'.liu s'.ieet.
s'ec. 2. I'ur the piuposp uf paiug foi the ion
stiuctiou e said sewer sisiem, then' is h"ieby
uppinpiialeil the sum uf M'lin Thousand Dullu-,
or so much theiiof as ma be mir-ssai, which
sunt dull be dcilied from iscsmcntf atiuidina:
ti the assc-vscd lulualiuu of the piopiitlcs .limi
ting upon tlic stitets upon which the pioposed
sewer is tu be constituted, as such pinpcities aie
n-sunsicl for tliu puipo-e of city taaticii for th?
Sec. .1. Immediately upon the pis-age of this
nidill.ime tho Dliector of Public' Works idnll as
sess the costs and expenses of constituting slid
.sewer by an equal assessment iiceuuliiig to the
assessed lalu.ition of the ptopertics abutting i.p.ni
tho sttcets along whlih this sewer is to be ton
stliieteel, as such propeities ale asse.-sed foi tip
piupose of illy taxation foi tie ycai luoi.
Sec. 4. The sums nssc-scd for the puipo-e of
paing damages, costs and expenses of said sow r
upon propeities beneitteil thereby, shall he pa
ablo as follows; One-half theiiot upon the iiiui
liieiiccmcut of the woil; and the lialanie, hi sj
iimcli ilieuof ci may he neecs?aiy upon the eoin
pletlou of I lio miiI Inteiest shall be lompuiel
upon tliu entile assessment fiom tlic elite ot Hip
t eminent e'lneut of Ihe woik of constituting tald
suwtr. And tho City Solicitor shall tile Ileus
aetoidlns ; law for all assos-minls whleli aiii
not paid. Any asis.inent or Insiallinent thcicof
may be paid before It Is duo and inteiest th'ieon
shall lease fiom (he ditu of raid pa.nnenl.
Sec, fl. Iniinedlati'ly after tho pas-aup cf this
nidltiante, tlic hlreetoi of Public Works shall ad
ieiti.se for sealed piopo'alt tu ton-tiuit said sew
els, hiaiiehps, etc,, and the ronti.ict shall bo let
lu the lowest le.-ponsib!e bidder, caeli piopo-il
shall be accompanied bv cash oi 1 1 titled elnck
in the sum of thiee htindrcd tlollns, lu civ.
the hiddei to whom the eonliact 'bill haw been
awaided lifiis.s en omits tu ce-cute a nil, trait
for the woik hi auoidanin wilh the ld.un nnd
speclltcalhni-i then ten- within ten da.is fiom the
il.ile of tliu anaid, tho cuilosiiie iiiiumpiiiiiu
his proposal dull be foifelted tu the tbe uf tin
city ot siranton.
Sec, (I. The coutiattor shall, liefore. the exe
eutloii uf tho tontiaet, (jlw a bond ill the sum
of Two Thousand Dollain, with ftuclles to be ap.
pioird by tliu City llriuidoi and conditional for
the fallliful pcifuiniance uf Hie woik .inoidhu'
tu the coutiaet and tin' iliu and spceltiialloiis
and for the piimint uf all il.ilins against said
woik fur in itcri.il uud labor, T. enuiiatt Hull
he) umipleted within Unco inoiilhs allei its ex.'
eutloii and shall contain a pcniltj' of rive Jl.l
l.ils, per ila.i pi' euiy day lu ctec- Ci slid
tiinu limit lu which tliu woik Is not computed.
bee 7, The (oiillaitur shall u pihl upon
inonthly estimates niacin bv the lllrcctor f
I'lihllci Winks, ca ten pit' cent., whleli sliall io
held Willi tbe completion of Ihe woik and Itti d
aicept.ii.te of the Mine by liici Dliector uf Public
Woiks. All amounts not paid tho tonliatto.'
within (hilly da.is alter they sliall hatu lueome
clue, feluill bear iutcicst at the late of six pel
etntuni per milium. But in no lase si all the ion
tiaitor ho entitled lu iceelu am; sum wlutewr
iu exei'ss uf I ho amount actually if id nil by
the eltv fiom Ihe assessments, foi said scwci,
Ssc V. If It slnll appear, iiliin Ihe iicluil
amount of all damages, costs ami expenses tor
i outline line (he slid sewer shall bo asceitalneil,
that the ablegate thucof Is Uy lluii Hi" oil
liillfil aniount a tixwl b the lllicelur of Public
WoiU, he shall pupaii' iciiscd assessment in
iihleli he shall ledum all assessments too lata,
and ecitlfy (he same lo tliel'ity TlMjuirr,
Sec .' The hliector of I'ublh' Woik shall
nominate ami by and with the .idtlce uud con
tent of the Hlect niunell appoint nil lli.peclor
to oietsce said work, wh'i shall be jiaid two
dollar and llfty win I" -! ,'HU' V"1.'"01', "'
Public Works thill lcci the iiispecloi'i, time
and atipioie his bills for senicci lendcicd.
Apiuoud July 20. 11.01.
" W. I,. COSKKLL, lleiotdcr,
Attest; M.-T. IiAVEMX.
City CUrk. '
3 Insertions 25 Cents
Mom Tim Hour Unes, i Cent lor liacliBxlr Urn,
M1TICI1 IS lll',lli:ilV niVKN of an Intended up
plication to the Auditor Ocnenil and tho
(loiernor of Pcnnsihanlu, Angtut S, 1002, for a
elnrler for it bankdur eunipaiiy to be railed "Thp
South Side Bank," of Siranton, l'a., lo be
located tu the southerly part of the city uf
Scranton, I'enin.ilvmila. The upcclflo oliect for
which It h lo be chattered Is tn exercise bank
liiB piltllrgrs under the provisions nf the Act in
tlllril "All Act for Hie Incoiporallon and regu
lation of imnks uf discount nnd deposit," p
proud May 10, IS70. The rapital ttock to be
llfty IhuttsMni! doll its,
Welles k Turrey, Solicitor.
l!i:SOLVi:i), By the Select Council of the city ol
Scr.mloti, the Common Council conciirrlni,
That S'crnntou sltppt fiom the flan house bridal
tu the 1)., L. & W. nilhoad, Blooiushurg illus
ion, bo paved anil the cn.t tliereof a-se.s.sed
against the abutting piupertles accoidlng to Ilia
foot front rule; proihhd, that tlirep-fointln'ol nil
the members elected to oath blanch uf Hie loiim
ills shall lolo lu f nor thereof. On the passage
of this lesotutlon by Ihe slid lliiec-fotiillm lote
and Its aiipimal by Hip clly lecorder, the city
ileik Hull publish a mpy thcipnf iu all the
newspapers whlih publish Hip city adiprtls
tncnts for ten days, ntutintr that mile's a major
It' of Hip owner." of properly nhiittiug tipu'i ltl
Str.inton slicet, between tho gn lions" hriditt
and the ll L. V W. iallio.nl, Blooiilshiirg dills
Inn, shall signify to cutmells Ip wiltlir within
sixty dais front the date of the npprmat of tills
resolution, llielr piefeicnce nl Hip miterlal do
sited far such pavpincnl. councils will propped t
puss an nrdli.nncc directing paving of said Serai.
Ion street from the gis lioiivo bridge to til!
Illuoinsburg dlilslon of llip 1)., L. k W. rail
load witli such material Us th. may see Ot.
Approied Aptll 21, 1IK12.
W. L. Ciinnell, ltecoider.
Attest : M. T. Laveltp. City Clcik. ,
NOT 1(1! is hereby giun Hut Blltenhendi'r corn
pan, pcions liiiiiii a lien under tile liws
of I'eiiusiliaul.i upon goods ware and merchan
dise nl W. II. Cimpiiell, tun-istitr nf oiip sot of
buggy whrpls on r.ccoiitit of rtoiagc and labor
bp.towed on uth gooilj.. the owners haiina
failed, iiegbcled and refused to pay the amount
of Mich ihaiges upon slid propeit within sixty
days aftpr eiciniml thcipnf, niadi peisoiially, will
rxiiosp the slid set ot liuggi wh'els to sale at
pulille iiuclioii nl Biltenbcniler Cumpnni's stoic,
Uil I'lankllu .Hemic eltv of Siinntoii, I.iiek.t
wann i tmuily. l'a., un the .'th lUy of .Inly, A.
11., lOOi, at 12 ii. tu , and sell the saute or so
much thiiiif as slnll be suflicient In dieehartp
said lien, together with nuts of sale and adu-i-
Using. bitti:nbi:niii:h companv.
Lost Strayed Stolen.
1.0 - I" gill's gol I biaielct. Betwcpn Madi-ott
and Mi.niiip aunties aid Miilheiiy unci Vino
heels. Pleue icti.in lo IIS IJulniy atenue.
L0-T A ladies' gold watch; a llbeial row.ud will
be giun If letutiicd to hotel Ten ace.
LOST Steel beaded piiisp containing small num
of ninney, on Laikawnnna atenue. near Wy
oming. Punier i'e.i-e tctlirn purj,e to Tribunj '
olfice and keep content-.
LOST 23, between Peck Lumber Co.. L'asl Mar
ket stieet and Pie-btprian church. Reward
if returned lo office of Peck l.tnnbc (.'o.
Board and Booms.
VI!1!V niXRAIILI! suite of jooin with first clasi
table bojtd, can bo obtained at SSI Jeircrson
Money to Loan.
AN-V AStftliNT OP MONBY TO LOAN Quick.
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
fiom 4 to 0 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
31 1-31 j Connell building.
IHILUMATISM All rTaitics that wish can ba
speedily and permanently cured of all i
rietlcs of Itlicumatisni by a xcgetable i-ompound.
Cuies guaranteed. In.gune or address J. L. Tay
Certified Public Accountant.
laiwAiti) c. si'M'Liiivi;, c. p. a,
cis' Bank building. Old telephone,
, 2i THAI)
BilW.MIl) II. HAVIS, AltCHITLCT, CONNLLL
rill!ili:ill(K L. P.ltliWN. l!(ll. B.. llLUb
IMale i:changp Bhlg., I2i Washington aie.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. I.. IIAIIIIIXC, 81.1 I OVNT.I.L BriLIlINO.
,sit:vi:non" .t knkiiii'. 720 connkll bltxi.
int. c. i:. i:ii.i:xm:i:t!i:i:. pai'li iirii.BiNd,
Spine p -tieet, rniilcm. j
Bit, C. O LAlBAd.l, 11.". WMIMISH AVI'.NI'I!.
WILLAItll, WAUIIIIV .x- KNAPP, ATlOltNIS
and uiunsclluis-at-L.itt. Ol'.l to 012 Contrll
rilA.NK I!. IIOM.I!. VIHIIIN'IIV-AT-I.VW.
Booms 12, II, In and IS Bun llullillug. '
uTirliV.Pi.(i(ii.i:. ati'iihn'iiv-lo n M:no.
llated on teal estate secuilly, Meait Bulidlii'.,
ceuiiei Washington aienue and t-jniice stict.
,ilsri' .llSf'l', VITOIINIs. AM) COIN.
Mllois-at-liw. t'nmmoi, wealth Biiilillng, Boo. us
IU, 20 and 21.
CIIWAIII) W. TTIAVI'.lt, VITIHINIIV. BOOMS
UOI-IKll. Oth (loot. Meais Building.
L . WATIII'.S. ATIOIIXLV-AT-LAW, BOMHI
of Tiacle llulldln,'. Scr niton, I'a,
irrKitsT'T'i" wii.con. TTtuir.irs nation m,
C. COMIHlVsT'o IT BBITBLlCW Bl'ILIILNQ.
.7 w"bi:uT7ioli', (IITICi: jiomid to no.
211 W.ionihu; an line.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Bit. . j:M.KV. .MS NOItlll WAIIINI!TWf
imTis. nvTITamoihiaia'. iji'i'icj' :n'i wvSti'
ingtou .ililiui'. Ilesldenic. UIH Midben-v
( luonlc il!-ei-i, lungs, hi-.nt. Lldueis Said
giliitii-iuinaiy oijiaiit a ipeelalty, Jbnirsl
to I i. iu. ;, "r
Hotels, and Bestaiirants.
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hup, jlatei itasotiaMe.
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Si II XYfOliOlc'ssf.. NKill I).. L, .v- W. PAS
M'ii"er depot, iniiluitcel on the .iuopan
.,iii, Vll'lult KOCH, ITopiletor'.
7ll.lllll(i(is"('l,i:ASs' l'IV VAULTS AN'il
ecs, pooh; no odon only Iniproud pumps used,
It. llrlggs, pioptlctor. Leaic oiilett IJ'HI
Nciilli Main aien.ie. nr llltke's ding store, tor.
11,1 Adams uud Jliilbeiry. Both tclcphone.s.;.-
(i it. (i.Aiiiii: fc to.. si:i:i)Mir,N and Niifts-
Vdiiuii, slum 201 ".ashlnssloii aicnue; green
huii-is, 111V) Xnilh Main avenue ; store tylf
phone, 72. .
Wire Screens, v.
,iosi:ih Kiirnr.L. ur.ui 011 i.vckv. avg.,
!-cianou, l'a,, liuniuaciuici' oi Hire scu-rii.
inu:ssMAiiiN(i roit chili)hi:n to- oiioiat;
also ladlcV walsis. Louise Shoemaker, ','U
Mi:(Lmii:i:'iiii(iir,'pHivn:iJV m'pplilw, i:.v.
iflopcs, l'it l(ag. twine Wauhuu,e, J30
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TIIK WILKKS-liAIUlK HIHOItll CAN UK IIAII
iu Scranton' ut "the Titws stands of -lUUmau
llroa., 100 Spiuce and Ull Linden; M. N'oitou.
U2S Lackawanna aiinue..l, B. Schutir, 2
' Spruce street; " .
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