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THE SCRANTON TRIBlJNE-kATORDA MAV 17, 1902.
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riitilal to the scianton 'lillniuc,
Honesdiile, May H!. Oiiiitiiln X. K.
tfljrelow mid Ills lieutenants ul" Uoni
prtliy K, conclueteil it skirmish' drill nt
the foot or Park struct lust i-veiilitR.
rfho volley Hi ItiK wuh very iiuetiriite.
Contrnetor John Hryitut litis com
menced the eivetlon of n. club house
for tho lloncstliile frolt club.
,Mr. find Mw. Hlrtnry Ileiivvooil, of
Scranton, me intents of Mrs. I.une niul
daiiRhtcrH on Third street.
Those Intcrrsted In the entertain
ment "to bo trlvr-n In the opera house
next Tuesdny i-vciiIiib for thu benetit
of base ball, promise a hlfrhly lnterest
Inp iiroBrainine, conslstltiR of shadow'
Rnipli, Illustrated sonps, tflck bicycle
rJdltiff, monologues, etc.
Mr. and Jtis. II. C. Hand arc spend
ltiK two weeks In Now York I'lly.
Oh account of suspension of work at
the coal mines, no coal Is passlnR over
tho Ilonesdule Delaware and Hudson,
and Krli- branches. All train crews are
laid off. Thurscluy morning one car of
pea coal wufc dumped In the coal poek
clc. Twenty-live wufrons were waiting
to be loaded. The pockets were soon
Tho ennui stand at tho fair grounds
will be erected by Contractor Kobblus.
Miss Mary Mumford is homo from
National Park seminary, to attend the
funeral of her aunt, Miss Clara Sutton.
Mr. nml Mrs. J. H. I.owiIph and Miss
Jennlo Mehmond are spending a week
with relatives in Plltston.
Tho Saturday half holiday season be
gins this week' In county officials In the
The viewers recommend a state
bridge. to replace the Main street bridge
destroyed by the Ice Mood.
Miss Clar.i T. Sutton died about 7
o'clock Wednesday evening at her
honie, corner Third and Eleventh
streets. The funeral will be conducted
by her pastor, Hev.. William II. Swift,
of the Presbyteiinn church, at her lute
home, Saturday at ."! p. in. Interment
in Glendyberry cemetery. A memorial
service will be held In the Presbyter
ian church Sunday evening next at
7.30. to which the other congregations
and teachers and scholars of the
Ilonesdule schools arc 4lnvltcd. Hew
Mr. Swift will deliver tho sermon and
Hon. F. P. Kimble will speak for the
schools. Deceased was born in Hones
dalo and was -17 years of age. She en
tered tho Itonesilale public schools as
teacher In 175 and continued until the
cominenet'nfonl of her illness nboiit six
weeks ngoJVicxcept one year when she
taught in the Ilawley schools. She was
a consistent, earnest Christian worker
In the 'hurcli, Sunday school and
Christian Kndcavor society. Her loss
will be greatly felt. Piobably no per
son ever experienced so broad an in
fluence 'with young people as did Miss
Sutton, with her long continued service
In the schools and church work. She
is survived by one brother. Charles, of
Dtiluth, Minn., three sisters. Miss Hat
tie,, at home, Mrs. K. C. Mumford of
Hoiiesdale and Mrs.Lp, A. Ndble of
San" 'Antonio, Texas.
Special to the Scianton Tiibimo.
Unlondale, May 16. Mrs. MeXim is
nt present occupying rooms in Mrs.
Sarah AVestgate's homo.
Kdlson Carpenter, of Peckville, was
a visitor in town recently.
Rev. D. D. Jenkins preached In For
est City last Sundny.
All passersby admire the Improve
ments lately made externally on the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morgan.
Much credit Is due to our local artist,
Robert E. Tennanl.
"Wo regret not to be able to report
any favorable change In 'Squire Klljah
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Opio were en
tertained by relatives in town Thurs
day. Miss Kthel Smith has secured a posi
tion at Montrose.
Mrs. Dr. lioy Lyons and son, Harry,
left for Muncy, Friday.
Special iu the Suamun 'liihuiio.
New Milford, May 1C James Kent
visited friends at Hickory Grove re
:cntlv, (1. C Howell was In Susuuehanna,
Monday and Tuesday, on business.
V. V. Moss returned to Hoboken on
"Wednesday, after a week's visit with
Miss May Biadley spent Wednesday
and Thursday In IMnghamton,
Mrs. D. I). Ileploglu ami daughter,
The man who started to run a race in
chains and fetters would be visibly hand
icapped. No one Vvould expect him to
succeed. The man who i tins the race of
life when lus
digestive and nu
tritive' organs are
diseased is. equally
the one case his
strength is over
weighted, in the
other it is under
11 else a sound
diseases of the
stomach and other
organs of diges
tion and nutrition.
When this is doue
food is perfectly
digested and m
similated ami the
body receives strength in the only way
in which strength can be given bv the
nntritiou derived from digested anil as
.."T,lie,Pra,i8: l W0I,I1 llke " ffbe your 'liolileu
Medical Ubscovrry' 1 cannot utter in north or
leicrlb with pen." write-. Jaaie ll. Ambrose,
ljfq.pt iius'i Mifflin Street. Huiitiiittiloii. I'a.
I wai taken w Ih what our iujiwan licit
aid wyj indiRc-tioii. I dottortd willi llie bent
rouud bere and lound nn itlltl, 1 wrote to
joii and you ent me h quotioii blaul. to till out,
ud J did so. and ou llitu adied lue to iiks
r. Pierre' Uoldcu Medical UiM.oery, I took
three bottle, and I felt mi good (bat I ktopped,
being; cured, I have no fryniptom ol irmlrio
trouble or iiidlaeitioii now."
Accept no substitute for'Hjoliieu Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, tent ice on receipt of btauiiia
to cover expense of mailing only.
Twenty -one one. cent stamps for the
book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for
the clolhtbouud volume. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N, V.
Mildred, of Scranton, spent Thursday
with Mrs. Iteplogle'H pnrents, Mr, and
Mrs, H. V. Trumbull.
.Mr. mid Mrs. Sitfforod started Friday
for a visit to Motion and other points
In tho east.
Thu lX'Inwuie. Lackawanna and
MVstein company Is repairing the rail
road bridge, Just above the station,
which was damaged by thu lec last
Mrs, Jane llarilson Is spending a few
days with friends In Montrose.
Patrick Crane, of Scruntnn, Is visit
ing friends and relatives here.
Miss Maude Trumbull Is spending n
row days .with her sister In Scranton,
Tr. and Mrs. A. 13. Snyder were
guesU of Pew anil Mrs. C. C. Olllett
one day last week.
ji-i l.i to the Su.inlon Tilbm.e.
Hawley, Pa May 10. Miss Anna
Wagner's class of the Hawley Haptlst
Sunday school will hold an Ice cream
This hunter has lost not only the fox,
but his own hounds. AVliere are they?
and cake. f-oci.il at Miss Mary Mil-'
ham's home this evening. I'locccds tor
the new church.
The new paper box factory of Terter
& Ludwlg have got all their up-to-date
machinery in operation nnd are turn
ing out a large riunnttty of boxes.
Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Ludwig leaves to
day for Now York and will sail for
Oerinnny next Tuesday on the .Kaiser
Wllhehn Der Grosse to be absent six
The Harloe Insulator company have
purchased four acres of ground just a
short distance north of the West Haw
ley depot, where they will put In 11 lank
furnace and the other buildings neces
sary for tho equipment of an up-to-date
plant. They expect to be in full
operation by September '.'. They al
ready have an order from the govern
ment for 100,000 insulators.
Rev. J. H. Watrous of the Haptist
church will preach the memorial ser
mon at tho Methodist Kplbiopal church
Sunday evening, May 23, for the James
M, Thorpe post, lM. G. A. R.
Council No. 1,-,C, Jr. O. V. A. M., held
their sixth annual banquet at their
hall on Tuesday evening, May 13. The
programme was well rendered. All
seemed to enjoy themselves Immense
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Hallstead, May 111. The luiu-rul of
tho late Fred Van Loan occurred yes
terday afternoon twin thu Presbyterian
church, and was attended by 11 multi
tude of friends and relatives of the de
ceased, The services were conducted by
Rev. U W. Church. The pall-bearers
were S. Hruco Chase, Simon Fisher,
Vanillin Shaw, Stephen Tlngley, Ruby
Harnes and Frank Rough. A large
number of floral offerings were In evi
dence. Among the out-of-town people
at Hie funeral were the following: Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Van l.o.in, of Athens;
Mrs. Clara iiogart, Florence DeWItt,
of Rlnghamton; Mr, and Mrs. "Warren
Van Loan, of Xew Vork city; Mr. and
Mrs. Uruen Chase, of Pen Argyll Miss
Clara Hull, of Scranton.
Mis, Mowrey and great-grandson,
Oorrten King Burton, are visitliiK
fi lends in HtiiKhuintou.
Mr, llelden and family loft on Dela
ware, l.aekawanrm and Western tttilu
No. 2S, Thursday owning, for their
new home In Youugwood, Pa,
Miss Jessie (llllcsjile, of ltnrt'ord, Is
the guest of Miss Mitrtha Millard.
Mis. John Terbo.s and mother leuvo
this wt-olt for tin extended visit with
friends In Klinlui.
Itlehard Hariiuip and son, Kdwnrd,
are vbitlng relatives lu Scranton.
Mrs, Flunk Lawrence visited fi lends
and relatives at Hlnghauiton, Wednes
day, it. J I, Unrnes, formerly the assistant
secretary of iho Young Mali's Christian
association, has accepted the position
of acting secretary.
Colonel C, c, Pratt's family luivo re
turned to New Milford from Rlngham
ton, where they spent the winter.
M. F. Hand, who was formerly en
gaged In the grotery business at this
place, has accepted 11 position with Ills
brother, John Hand, at New Mllfnid.
Mrs. M. F, Decker and .Mrs, (1, Y,
Ptusloii wcie recent visitors III liliig.
Lester Squires Is very sick at his
home 011 Main hiivi-t.
Mrs, (leiirgH Dewey, of Hliighnnilon.
Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Cleorgo
Mis. Thomas Walsh, of Conkllu, vis
ited bur bluer, Mrs. J3. A. Alden, Wed
Jay Van Oorder and MlbH Maggie
Haydeii visited Mli.s Uayden's patent 8,
at New .Milford. Wednesday.'
The May dunce In Satslluld Opera
house oil Wednesduy evening wus one
of the most elaborate affairs held In
Avoca, The hull wati beuutllled with
puhus, flowers and bunting. The stuge
was a bower of ferns ln-hlild, which
Uauer's bdud discoursed inspiring
mtislc. The costumes of the ladles, to
gether with tho decorations made every
thing within vie In beauty tmd fra
grance wllh luituro without. At'u
o'clock tho grand march led by J.
Hartnett and Mrs. M. It. Merge was
formed and after that them was a con
stant tripping of the merry dancers un
til - o'clock. Supper was served by Mrs.
M. V. Wlialeu, The following from
out of town weru present! Misses
Mutlldn, Frdncls and Tesslo McOee,
Katu Iteurdon, Cecil and Mary Johnson,
nessle O'Hara, Margaret Flaherty,
Mr. and 'Mrs. James lliivln, Mr. and
Mrs. John Courtney, Messrs!. Hubert
Clordon, Thomas Kcarns, William
FltzslmmoiiM, James Wade, llobert
O'Donnell, Patrick Iteurdon, Patrick
Flaherty, Thomas Murphy, Edward
Clolden, Scranlon: James McQInty.
Olyphitnl; James Fox, Carbondaloj tr.
J. J. Dougherty, Plains ; Eugene Mc
Carthy, Jermyn; Stusla and Joseph
Conboy, Moscow; Mr, nnd Mrs. John
Fleming, Miss Ella Quliin, rittston.
There will be a meeting of the
Daughters or St. George, of Luzerne
anil Luckawanna counties In O'Malley's
hall on Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. M. H. Steele, worthy grand presi
dent of Pittsburg, will be present. Ail
members should be present. 13y order
of District Deputy Mrs. M. II. Uosley..
Thu death of Mrs. Andrew Healey,
occurred on Thursday morning after a
lingering Illness at the family residence
on Vino street. Deceased was about
53 ycard of ugu and Is survived by n
husband and the following children:
i Mary, Margaret, Anna, Andrew and
, James. The funeial will take place.
this afternoon at 2.:!0 o'clock. Inter
ment will be In St. Mary's cemetery.
Patrick Tlgue, of Main street, is
critically 111 of pluersy.
Mr. and Mrs. AVilllam Mitchell, Mr.
and Mrs. John Mitchell, Mrs. Thomas
Clark and two daughters, Mrs. M. 10.
Howell and Mrs. Argus Howell, attend
ed tho Mitchell obsequies at Carbondale
bprcl.il to the fcranton Tribune.
Thompson, May 16. P. II. St. John,
of Ringhamton, was shaking hands
with ids old neighbors in town today.
Fills Stlmnson, night operator at
Unlondale, was in town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gates are look
ing after the interests of their farm,
over In Sherman, this week.
Mrs. A. C. Foster was lu Rlngham
ton Wednesday, replenishing her stock
of millinery goods.
Frank Hall pos.1. Grand Army of tho
Republic, will attend the Methodist
Fpiseopal church in a body on May 25,
and listen to a sermon by tho pastor,
Rev. R. M. Pascoe.
L. D. iienson, county surveyor of
Jackson, is surveying Jackson and
Main streets today, piepar.Uory to tho
sewering of those streets,
W. 11. Walker, of Rlnghamton, is in
town, visiting his aged mother, .Mis.
Witter, who is sick, at Mrs. A. C. Fos
ter's. Mrs. J. M. Tucker, of Carbondale,
who has been visiting in Jackson for
tho past week-, returned to her home
Uov. A. D. David, of Lehman, came
back to his former charge this week to
look lifter a little unllnished pastoral
work, or, to put It. clearly, to many
some belated 11101 tals. AVednesduy even
ing at StiimiciM. he united In the bonds
of matrimony L. 1'. Mumford and Miss
.Maggie Shaw, who are well kuou'u in
that place, and Thursday evening, in
the township, he piououneed J. L. Wit
ter and Miss Cora Luymau, a recent
teacher In our school, "husband and
G. A. R. Encampment Gettysburg,
Pn., June 4th and 5th.
For the above occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna railroad will sell
llrst class tickets to aetiytdiurg and
leturu at regular one way faro for tho
round trip good going Juno 1st to nth
inclusive with ilnal return limit Jimo
7th. Children between tho ages of r,
and l'J years one-half tho adult fare.
f Theatrical, J
AUAUEMY-Mjbil pjige uiiiimuj ,
For Another Week.
Ol u of Iho bot lljit 1 luilti coiupuili'rf teiu jt
Iha .ViMilviny of Mu-In thl wjwm i lu Soutlu'm
Stntk ioiiip.u.y, luudtil by 3-s Mabel Paige,
now pla.vlng llieie, mid llie aiiiioiuutiiiiiit tli.it
ihis i si ill, ia oig.inlatlou will iniiliiiue ut tliu
Acadtniy lor iiiclliu vvttlc Is ivelciiiuc uew.s to
(lie Ihf.itei-giitH of Siuiitnu. in lulgu J4 tlu.
ply idolUid in both tlij Noith and South, inn)
her ilojlng pet-ouallty and devtc ailing Iiji
lii.uW niiny filuids iu Ni.iuloii as ia cvldoiucd
by tho laigii jiidltmc whlili yuct her at iwiy
'llif vaudeville iu-u whlih an- fntioduved mo
lh bot ,uls ot the kind on llie vaudeiille oUge,
mid opril.illy js (his line nf lleluitl ami UttJid,
(ho jtt Eiiidpciii tiiiiiorl.iliiii, iu thilr line, of
ills nl fluniith and Ifilaucliig, 'llie nuiuluiis
li'jts peifonueil by llie.-i' nojilc jiu tiuly wondei.
ful, ..ml should 1 1" tin by cvciy Sir.iutoul.iti,
Mrndjy iln-hl, hdiia 11 line ticWU will )a
Result of Yesterday's Games..
ScMtitnn, 1"; UllkeicUarre, 8.
Lebanon, Sit Wl)llahipnrt, !i.
Luicaslci, I-! Reading, t!. .,
Standing of Olubg.
, 1'l.lJIMl. Willi. I.i,.. P.C.
Stianlut I,.,, in 7 ;t .;m
Lancaster .......,'.,. ,.i...lo 7 :l ,A.7i)0
Lrb.moii ...10 (I t .IHJ
Wllkcs-Harn '... II t ,-, .III
tUllliiiiupiirl !). , I r, .411
Reading 10 !! 8 .200
Wllkos-D.iire at Scvanton.
Wlllljimnort at Lebanon.
Lancaster lit He.i'liiiLj.
Defeated by the Local Team in a
Heavy Hitting Game Score
Was 17 to 8.
Scraiitou defeated Wllkes-Uarrc at
the park yesterday by the score of l'i
to S. This victory strengthened Scran-
ton's hold on llrst place.
McGarry did the twirling for Scran
ton, and at times he was a little wild.
Ross was In the box for Wllkes-Harre,
and he was wilder, for he gave six men
their base on balls to McGnrry's one.
Both pitchers were hit hard; Ross for
sixteen hits and McGarry for eight.
Sullivan was back nt third again yes
terday, and the team seemed to piny
faster ball with him there. Rnlney put
up a great game behind the bat. Ho
had six unassisted put-outs to his
Tho Wllkcs-Rarro team learned to
their sorrow that Rnlney can throw to
the bases, for ho caught two of the
visiting team who attempted to steal
second, and then the rest of them got
wise and hugged the bases close,
Logan batted tho ball out In great
shape. Ho had two doubles, two singles
nnd ho was also hit by a pitched ball.
Schmaltz Is beginning to get his peep
ers on the ball, and with a little more
experience will bat as well as the vest.
(ioilon, cf, ..
Hl.il.ey, 11. ..
Nicki'ls, rf. ..
Logan, '2b. .,
ICiinpy, c. ...
McKarij, p. .
Totals ...17 17
King, ( f. . .
Cole, if. ..,
Itiuke, c. ..
Xerf, lb. ..
Itossj, p. ...
Sri iint on
J -2 0
0 0 0 '2 0- S
.First Iw-e by cnor.-r--Scianton.
Harre, 4. Left "on Wrt T-'irauton, 0;
lit...... ,T 1'!. .'' l. --' !..., ree ir.
Harre, o. Fh.t Ira'c on lailN Off Mtfiany, S;
oft Kom, J. Struck out By Rosa, 2. Two base
hits (iorton, Logan (2), Ros3. Sacrifice hit's
Rainey, Gorton. Stolen bases Xlckch, Sulli
van, Atberlon (2), Nref. Double plays Nccf to
linker. Convey to Xeef. Hit by pitclur Ily
Mttiairy, I; by. Ilos--, 2. Wild pltche Ro,.
Parsed balls Burke. I'mpiic Soutluul. 'lime
o( game 1.,1.
I.cli.iiujii, M.iy 1C. Lebanon jnd Willi.inipiit
again today c-li.iacrl eael, oilier lound the dia
mond, M.01I11R 21 tallica againtt !l fov the vl-,itoi-3.
llotb teams made bad fielding cuoi. Scoie:
Yt.unir, . ...
(.'I'Ucllo, 2b. .
Rollins e. ...
Dunn, lb. ...
I'hllbln. cf. ..
l'ittcier, p. ...
R. J I,
Ti in pit 11, 11,,
Srlnillz, ;lb., p,
II.u (man, v. ..
(Iiiblcy, 2b., e.
Ile.uil, p lib. ,
Ubiiiiiii I II I 0 7 I 11 li h2t
Willlnii.K.ii I 1 0 ,1 II (I 2 (I 0-'I
E.uncd urn- l.fliuion, 2. Willi im-poil. 2.
Two lu-e hlM ItollhL-i, Kuirel, litaid, Ki 1 1 -J-i-.
s.inihie lilt Abi 1I1 mi-, Stolen b i.-es I. inV.v ,
(o.-teilu, Yiiimsr. Rollins, Dunn (2), l'liilblu (2),
Sthult, Kiii-i'I. Lefr on lia-e Lib limn, h;
Williuu-poil, 7, Siiuek out By l'itti-iei, ,1;
by Reaid, .1. Duiiide jdajv ritli-u-r to (.'i.-t.'llo
In Piinu; l'liilblu l Co-tillii; Kline to II111111;
( lougli.ui In 11,111111.111 lo i.iilili'.v. 1'jii.l b.i'i' mi
ball Drt ritteui, :i; mr lltanl, M otr Shuli,
lilt bj piliht'd ball Fllti'liT, l.afiey (2),
Wild pluli lle.uil, 1. Umiilii'-riii-Ian, 'liiue
lli'.idiug, May J. With Iho I'vepllnn of the
opuilnir iiiiiiin; UiMilIng pbi.veil a lair fieldlig
gaiiio heie this .lileiiioon, but could not bat,
whisias Laiif.i-li'i- indulged in very fiea lilltlng.
A citdi by .Mcfilvmi alter falling was a pretty
plcui nt viuik. Sturc;
i o o
O. A. E.
Jcrd.:ii, lb ,,,
I.aucou, f,f, ..,,,,
i:lcr, r.f. and p.
Li Fimtaliie, p. ..
Mt lil, l.f. and r.f..
Totals ,...,. ,,,
SlilliilT, i.a, ,,,,,
I ordrey, i
Hiss, p. ,,,,.,,, ,,
Totals ,,..,, ,.,...., ,...!'-
lli 27 11
Stole by liuilugs!
Heading 0 il 0 U I l U ll 0-3
Limaster .,,..5.0 U u 6 0 3- 0 0-p
Tho baso hlls illiics. three bje bit- lion,
thiou, Kacrlfiio hit Sliliimr. SloUii bases la
Fonfalne, 2; .ItftilM, U'liU. 1-cft on bases-
la ou every bo of'the'ceuulna
tbat cuixs m colli lu outi Uay,
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT?
4 Lines 10 Cents
Mere Than Pour Lines, ,1 Cents tor. ttaclt Extra Lln.
1 OH RENT Di) (liecn Hltlgo lrcet, nine loom,
modem improvrini'tils; ctciini 'liontid. very
reasonable mirl dcdiabliv Imjuliu 1". 15, Settle
ton, 15,1(1 Wnshlnirlnn nvcilur.
FOR HE.ST-IMJ .Mulberry (itrect, loonu, flrat
I Oil MINT glvrecini flat, wltli lulli, fleam
lieut, f.w inngp, nml nil imiitem Improve
mentsj lent renwiuble. Call early. i'n-1 V.
I Ian J, DOJ Mulberry Mreet.
BAIIN KOnijItKNT-$t?,CAprlti1ft, three box ancl
-,. U'J'".? "'FB,(' "l""' "'! XHI' rarli.iew o(
2t ilndlaon avcinii. Inquire iyd-tl MJdlson are.
ion nUNT-Slorc. Imllcllng for rent lu Dlc1m
City. I'a. Dulldliiff 60 feet by 24 feet, rel Jar
under all, nnd necond storv can be arranged lor
family. AH In pood repair leady for use. Two
ro.il breakers and mines flow bv employs ,""'
a thotftind people. An rnlrrprlalnff merchant
ran Ket a larce trade. Apply to William II.
IHchmontl, lllchmond Hill, 3415 N. Main avtnuc,
Furnished Booms for Rent.
POP HUNT FuinMiril flat, l'or partlcuUts ud
dres f. W.. Tribune offlir.
I'Oft ItKNT One furnished room, with improve
ments; also one on third floor, cheap. C37.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, modern lmpro
menta; prlvato family; gentlemen preferred,
it 37 Adams avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room; heat and batik
625 Linden street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with heat, gas
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at 639 Adams
.H,ST AKIIIVKI) wilh 10 bcr-e; good workon
and drhcri; weight from 1,100 to 1,700; 6cv
er.il doM y matched teams; can be seen at SJl
llojmond court. 1'. M. Cobb.
FOR SALK Spinning wheel, 100 ye.ira old, per
fect condition. ftlO; will rvrhnnfff, for l.ili?,
minor, bplnner, Tribune office.
riAXO FOR SALE Almost new; used le. than
fle months; clcirant upright piano; will rac
riOce. Call day or evening. 324 Franklin ave.
FOR SALIC CIIEAI'-S lenlher tiphoWrreil dining
loom (hails in good ondilion; al.-o one oak
lied with spring. Inquiic between tho bouia of
! and 11. 115 (Jlay avenue.
FOR SALE By a privalt" parly, an Emerson v.p
light piano; laige sic and in pel feet condi
tion. For particular addies-s "Waldo," Tiibuno
FOR SALE-lIand silk douWen.
Bros., I'atcn-on, N. J.
New. Bam ford
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS without delay.
Write for our special market Idler. Free on
application. S. Jl. Hlbbard & Co., member:. X.
Y. Consolidated ami Muck b.schange, 44 and 1G
Rroadivaj-, New York. E-tablUhcd lSiil. Long
Distance' Phono 23SS Broad.
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN Quick,
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to 0 per 'cent. Call on N. V. Waiter,
814-315 Connell building.
TWO OR THREE boaideit wanted at 111 Adams
avenue; piivatc family.
A TIIKOSOPHIST wuuld be pleased to meet any
member of die cult in (he tltv. Call or ad
diess THEOSOI'IIIST, 010 Washington avenue.
RELIABLE PARTY will care for furnished house
during absence of ovvnei, for one or two
months; icfeicncc. Address Mrs. L M. Smith,
Bo 14, Scuulon, I'a.
WANTED The addre-s of Mr. or Mis. Hitclianl,
1'iitchaid or lekitives, Scranton, by Mr.
Helen .IcITiey, her sister, 7.'il Tiemont avenue,
New Yoik cny.
Rcdin?, .'!; Lineasler, 0. Shuck out By
I'.ilgc, 2; by Esstei, 1; by llcs, 1. Fh't base on
tnois Lana-ter, :!; Hradinir, 2. Fir-t bae on
balls Or- ll-tlcr, 3. Wild pitches-lies--. Cm-piie-fcchl.
At Bo-ton 1I.1I.E.
Philadelphia. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 T. 1
Bo-Ion 1 0 0 (I 2 1 I) 0 I I s
Illtliries-Wlll-e and Povvrt; Wlntt-in and War
nei, t'lnplie Ciiuthei-.
Al llalliiiioir ten Inning
WaOi'iigloii 1 1 2 :! 1 0 0 ll I) 2 (I IS 2,
Baltimore 0 1 2 0 :t 1 0 0 0 0 7 15 ;i
Haiti lit s-Oilb and Dull; NileliM, Howell and
Itubi'tison, I'liiplie- O'l.ouglilin and Slieild.in.
At Clevelmd- It.ll.E.
1). I mil 1)002(11)00(1' II I
(lev chnd ) 0 H 0 0 (i I) 0- :; l '
IlilteiU-s Miller and Middle; Wiight and Be
inK L'nipiie Connolli,
At ( hit.'. go- lt.U.E.
M. Loiis 0 I) on ll 0 U 1 0 1 I 2
Chii.i' 0 I) 2 0 0 0 IHI.S.-S-2 1 I
It itli-ries Powell and Siigdcii; Piatt and Mi
I'ailand. Uinpin Johusfom ,
At I'lll-billg It.ll.E.
Phll.ilelphla u 0 u 0 n 1 0 0 u 1 7 1
I'llthbiii-g 2 0 1 0 2 0 I ll. 10 11
Billi'ilt'S White and Jad.lilscli; C'luxbro and
O'Coiiinir. riiiplic Eii'-lle.'
t CliKlmiall It.ll.i:.
Niw-Yoik ooo u oiMio 3 ,i o ;;
iviiulnn.itl oi) on oo oji a-a 7
Batteries Ta,v lor, Sparks ai"l Boweniiau; Halm
and Peilr. Uiupiro t'aiitlllion.. ,
At St. Louis- It.ll.E.
Iliuokl.iu 0.12000200-011 0
SI, iioiils 0 1 2 00002 0 0 12 7
Hailerlc ilium and Ahearu; Murphy and
It.van, I'niptres Powers and Brown.
At Chicago It.ll.E.
Boston , 0 0 0000 11 00 0 I 3
Chicago 0 0 0 5 0 0 0,0v- .1 0 .'I
llatteiles Willis and Klttridge; Taj lor and
lliillalo, 10; Jnwy (.'Ily, 7.
Montreal, U; Wrte.t,r, 5.
Rochcsttr, 7; XcvvjiI;, 5,
Provldenic, 7; 'loriinto, 5.
W. T. HACKETT.
A bcjiltliul cultauc. One of tin; placed von icul and ilic.ini about, but seldom see, Tlicro
is :i laigo lawn with hoiu-tsinkltii, wild tloniis, ohiuhj and sludc tiers, TIkio arc tpaiioiu
I'ouhes trout, slue aim ie.il, Willi nailing vnifn. I lie laige, ii.inu-oine living room on llie
ground lloor, it veiled lliioiighoul and proiidt'd with a tircpiatc laige iiiough for l-fnol logs).
On 1 1 us mi oiid iloor aio four line sletpln- rooms. 'hto U considerable very nlco furniture, In
chiding dining table and ilulit, llavllaiid iliiui, scvcial beds, poub icikeis, etc., wliii.il t lie
owner will mctcnt free to iho vw who buva llm place. 'IhU charming tottdgo tituatcd on .1
most loliiautlo ;wt nveiloukini; Lake WinvlJ. one uf the loveliest l.ikts lu this part of
the atato and u,favvritn ieort for Strantou end WilkeiBaru- people, U oifeud for l.ano. It you"'
think vyifwunt'it, vail upon ol addirss
W, T, HACKBTT, The ReaL Estate pealer.
Real llstatc r..clianju' Iluildlnf, 120-S Vail)lnx(on' Avenue; Sciaht'oiVTa. '
Branch WANT Uficas.
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Hccolved at Any of tho Follow
ing Drug StorcB Until 10 P. K.
;-'ALnr.RT SOIIIir.TZ, corner Mulberry
( i. street and Webster avenue.
flUSTAV 1'ICIIIIj, 010 Adams avenue.
OEOItni: W. JCNKINS, 101 South Mala
FRED h. TCRl'l'E, 720 Cedar avenue,
OEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market street.
CHARLES r. JONES, 153T Dickson
1 J. JOHNS, 020 Orecn Ridge street.
O. LOREN!!. corner Washington av-
avenue and Marlon street.
W. H. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irvine tvtnue.
J. O. BONE ii SON.
Help Wanted Hale.
SALESMAN W.VXT1U) Energetic f-tlcsman;
school stipplic.; country work; $100 salary
and commission. 11. O. Evaiw k Co., Chicago, 111.
TRAVELING SPECIALTY salesman; strone- pro
position lo the ictall trade. Kstabllalicd high
rated firm. Frederick Emmons, 21 W. Atvvatcr,
CIVIL SERVICE GOVERNMENT POSITION3
0,880 appointments made last year; prob
ably 10,000 this jear; only common tchool edu
cation required for examination; catalogue of
information free. Columbian Correspondence Col
lege, Washington, D, GV
WANTED An Al collector; good salary; steady
position to (lie light party. People's Credit
WANTED Agents for "The Martinique Horror."
Ehibui.ilely Illustrated. Sample, enabling you
to make fiom ijo to j17 dally, postpaid free. Ad
iIicm, Globo Bible Publishing company, Philadel
WANTED First class shoemaker, for repair
wotk. D. A. Davis, Luzerne avenue, West
WANTED l'.iinters; only good men need apply.
Call at Cliarlc-i Wagner's, 331 Adams avenue.
Help Wanted Female.
and examiners. on
Imperial Underwear Co.,
132 Washington Ave.,
and 839 Adams Ave.
LADIES WANTED to copy letters at homo during
(paie time evenings and return to us. Wo
furni-Ii paper free and pay $10 per M. Send nd-die.-.-cd
uiv elope for paiticuluis ami py. l 31.
C. Dept. 135, Bov 1111, IMilladclplu, J'a.
YOUNG LADIES-?C00 easily earned (it home
cv clings writing for us. For .irtica3ars rend
addres-ed envelope. Filbert Mfg. Co., IlCBt. 1!I3,
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able-bodied un
married men between ages of 21 and SS; citi
zens of United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read and write
English. For information apply to Recruiting
Officer. No. 123 Wyoming avenue, Scianton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED By a lady t;o work in the
country to do geneial housework; can gjvo
good reference. Address Jane Jones, 1211 Svvet
land street. '4
SITUATION WANTED By cxpeit laundress on
ladles' or gentlemen' clothes; will ta.ke
them home; best of city icferencea. 1111 Lloyd
street, top floor. , "1
WANTED POSITION By Al stenographer; ov,er
ten jrars' cxperienco; all around -office niaJi.
Address Stenographer "Vf," cno Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED By a man. spading gir
den, cutting lawns, Using1 fences. 1111 Llojd
street, top floor. He-t of l efcrences.
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN would like work of any
Kind. Please call or addiesa 210 Walnut tt.,
SITUATION IVANTED-Bv a cnloifd girl itirt
fiom tlio south, to tin genual housework.
Aidless Sally Tnekci, u-ar a.11 Plielps atieet.
SITUATION" WANTED Uy .voung lady as assist
ant bnnkketpor; hasjliad three jours' c.por.
enec. Can give best of iefercnt.es. Addiess Mi-,3
11. C. Lillian, Scranton P. O., clly,
SITUATION WAN'lEU-lly a reliable coloird man
as nrivalo ruaihiiiau, porlci' or any kind cf
day woik. Addic-s 11. A., !II0 Penu nvinue.
SITUATION WANTED Uy a girl as nur-c.
Wl! SELL litkels and choks to all pails of
Euitipc, Consult us ln-foic puiclu-ing trans
portations. We will save jou iiionrr. Uniin
'lickct Aginev. 20J l..ifl.awaniia avimte, Scranton,
l'J. VllpCAlll' .sci.iiuoii iiou-c.
Wanted To Rent.
WANTED ROOMS For two adults, three or four
rooms, furnished or unfurnished for very
light housekeeping, Inst floor prcfcircd. Address
M. II.. 'Tribuna ofilce.
WANTED Furnished bouse o.- four or flvo rooms
for housekeeping. Address A. G. E., Tribune
Wanted Rooms and .Board.
WANTED Room and board for slnglo man; pri
vate family In central city prefeired. Ad
dress Adv., Tribune office.
WANTED Twa communicating rooma with board,
niivate family preferred. Two ladies and a,
gentleman. State lull particulars. Address O.
II. D Tribune office.
Board and Rooms,
FOR RENT, with or witluut build, pleasant,
bright and ally ini'iu, with all icnuiiicnce-,
412 Monroe uvenue.
VERY DESIRABLE Miltc or looms with first class
tablo bond, tall be obtained at SSI JclKTsOll
i ..-.n ,- ...,- j..
' 9 rr
W , v
ktamm 25"6tfif i'
Thu Four Unta, 6kCenti tor Each Qttri Llits.
'Vi'vui.1."1"1)! (V,V!!.S' -' the Petition of
i fc.itwMlWUl.nn Connell llose company, No. 10,
or fceraiilon, Pcnnyhanla, a corporation (hai-
villa, iifklng rnr n decree of dl-oliitloii of, tho
,,',i iCt,or)orntl": .s t,r'"l'lcd In the net cf .
ntr .-"PI;rinC'1, A'1"1 t,lh' ma "! ' UI".
Plcnirnt., will be piesenled to the Court "of
Ji?5n,J?n la'S" icf '''"'"wann county, on Mon.
iy, tho llldi iby 0( June, 1C02, nl J n,cloel.
J".' 1'. W. STOKES, Attorney,
NOTICE la hereby glvoi that Rlttrnbender com.
r,i ti.'.iKni"u hl,,ll,r '.' ""' undcr ho laws.
fiJKnn'? ,K00lN' waro ntl mcichati
Use of H. II. Campbell, conisttng of one set lit
buggy wheels on nccounl of storage nnd labor
fl.l.0i,v',.,, V" , S,U(:1 , Koods, tho mm?M havlne
failed, ticglei ted and refined to pay tile, amount
of such charges" upon 'said property within slat
days after demand thereof, nnde, personally, will-,
rtpoai! .(jw said set of buggy whceU to safe al
much thneof aq shall bo niifflclent lo dlscharga
said lien, together with costs of ale and adver
tiling. IHTTENBENDER COMPANY,
Ot'FIfK OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
OF 1'L'BLIO GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS.
WILLIAM A. STONE,
' . Governor.
E. D. IIARDr.NBEROH,
.. . ' Auditor General.
FRANK G. HARRIS,
, 'State Treasurer:
t. l. r,YnF-
PIJOPpSAL.S.lor furnishlnc Stationery, Fuel and
In compliance wllh the Constitution and thu
laws of-the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,,- xvn
hereby mylte sealed proposals, at price below
maximum rates fled In ichcdule.i, to furnish sta.
tionery, fuel and o:her supplies for tho several de
partments of tho state government, and for mak
ing repairs in tho several departments nnd for tho
distribution of the public documents, for the year
ending the flrit Tuevday of Juue. A. D. 1003. "
Separate proposals will be received and separate
contract) awarded as announced in said schedules.
Eac!i( proposal must be accompanied by a bond,
with at least two sureties or one surety company,
approved by a judge of Iho court of common plean
of the county in which the peison or person
making such proposal, may reside, conditioned fe
tho faithful performance of the contract, and ad
dressed' and 'delivered to the Board of Commission,
era of Publ'c Grounds and Buildings before twelv
o'clock M of Tuesdiv, the 3rd day of June, A.
D. 1902, nt wlilc h time the proposals will bo
opened and published in the Reception Room of
(be Executive Department at llarrisburg, tin,! con
tracts awarded as soon thereafter as practicable.
Blank bonds and wlicdiiles containing all neces.
siry' information can be obtained of this Depart
ment. , T. L. EYRE,
For the Hoard of Commissioners ol I'ubllo
Grounds and Buildings.
NOTICE Appeals from tho stale tax as.scssm?na
will be held in the otficc of the county com
missioners in (lie court bouse on the following1
mined daja: For townships and boroughs, ex
cepting lhinnioir Borough, on Juno 2, 1002; foe
Stinnton, (,'aibondalc and Dunmoic, on June J
and 1, 1002.
JOHN ,T. DURKIN.
.1. COURIER MORRI9,
Al lest:-IV. G. DANIELS. Clerk.
FOR SALE Lot, corner "Mulbeiry and Wheeler
avenue, 80.00; finest location on the bill.
For terms address S. Kline, l'lainfield, N., J.
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homes in upper
tircen Kiuge; tnoice neignnoinooti; mosc ac
sirable locality for homo lu Lackawanna county.
J. A. Ma,rvine, 1730 Sanderson avenue.
Lost Strayed Stolen.
LOST A. solid jgold chain necklace, between Sol
gel's Dancing academy and Chestnut street,
West Scranton. The finder will return to 1004
West Lackawanna avenue and receive reward. .
LOST At D., L. & V.' depot, Thursday, yellow
leather wallet, containing large sum of
money. Liberal reward If returned to Superin
tendent Iline, D., L. & W. office, Scranton, Pai
LOST Red pocketbonk, containing picture and
small change. Finder please return picturu
to Nash hotel. Can keep pocketbook and change.
LOST A ladies' gold watch; a liberal reward will
, bo given if returned to Hotel Terrace.
LOST Steel beaded purse containing small sum
of money, on Lackawanna avenue, near Wy
oming. Finder pleao return purse to Tribuna
office nnd keep contents.
LOST $2,';, between Peck Lumber Co., East Mar
ket street and Presbyterian eliurch. Rcwaid
if returned lo 'office of Peck- Lumber Co.
RHEUMATISM All parties; that wlah can bar
speedily and permanently curen or an va
rieties of Rheumatism by a vegetable, compound.
Cures guaranteed. Inqulro or address J. E. Tay.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C, SPAULDINH, C. P. A., 21 TRAD
its' Bank building. Old telephone, No. 1M4. -
FREDERICK h. DROWN. ARCH. B.. 11EAK
E-latc Exchango Uldg., 120 Washington ave. '
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, S15 CONNELL BUILDING.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 720 CONNELL BLDG.
Dlt. O, E. EILEXDERfiEK, PAULI BUILDING,
Spruce street, Scranton.
DltTc, (J LAUBACH, 113 WYOMING AVENUE.
Wil.I.AHD, WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counscllois-at-Lavr, Civj to (112 Connell
D. P. REPLOGI.E. ATfORNEV-LOANS NECO
tialed on iul estate sccuilty, Mcars 'Building,?
loimr Washington avenue and Spruco street.
Ml - ' I j f ? f
JESSUP ti .1ESSUP,' ATlXiRNEYS (nP COUV-?:
acllors-at-law, Coiumonvvealtli Building, Roomt('
IV, -t UUU wl.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, fip.VRD1
ol Trade Building, Scranton, Pa, ,
r , , . .,., .... t , -.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADER'S- NATIO.VAI. -.
' Bank Building.
A. W. BERTIIOLF,' OFFICE JIOYIID TO NO.'
211 Wjomliig avenue,
Hotels vand Restaurants. j"
THE ELK CAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVET
nue, RatM reasonable. .t.
p, z:qM:n, Proprietor,
iniiivrnv nilllsE. XllAK 1).. L. k W. 1'Vsr
seuger depot, ('Qtiductetl on the iluruneaifr'
plm. ' Vicioit KOCH, Proprietor. '
Scavenger, J 'H ' &.
A. II, HHItiCS U-EANSU'RIVV VAUIWlAXlUT
cess pools; no odoi; only improved pumps lucd.
A. B. miess. piomjcior. Leap, orders llWi'
North Main avenue, or' Elcke's ilriw store, iorw
nrr Adaim and JUlbcrry. llntli tetephonrj; 3T
JOSEPH KUETIEL. REAR Oil LACKA. AVE.,
Stiauton, Pa,, iiuiiufjctuur of Wile hvrens. ."
v51EGA1U4EE BROS., PRINTERS' SIPPLlEd,-.EN-
Mlope.ipev iug, evwiii?, i.riiiousv,s 40
yia.-Dnigwrn 'ivenur, aiimon, ra. p
1111! VMI Kl's.ll Vlllll! Ill'.flllll) OAV BE HAn
in Sciauton ut Iho ueua stand- of Ittlsnuu1
llro$.,,10U,tpiucc,aud,&QJ,Uideu: M. ivertou.
l- '. i',l,','u.'.' I1 "iiicnrienucr company's store,
120 I rabkllrt' avenue; city of Seranfon, 'Lacka.
ww"11 'flinty. I'a., on the'jith day of July, .A.
1'.. 11)02,. at 12 a. m.. nn,l nll n. D,n .- .rt
1 . .
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