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It IsTi good thing to bo tired wlion It's tlio
healthy all-over tiredness which is the result of
exertion. For this tired condition brings its
own compensation in sound, refreshing hIccd.
But when n woman is always tired when bJio
iifntfnno in tnn inririiintT from her dream disturbed
Bhunbers as tired as when she went to bed, her
tired feeling is a symptom of ill-health. Ilio g
1 !3 -t.! ... inAinnll fnnl IQ lint.
consistent with a licalthy condition and is
often tlio forerunuer of scrioiiB womanly
Generally tho woman who feels tired and
worn-out all tho timo is advised to try Borne elmplo
tonio which can do no more good than act as a tern
porary stimulant Tho woman's need is deeper tban
this. There is a causo for tho weariness, and until
that causo is removed her condition cannot be perma
ncntly improved. Tho common cause of a woman a
weakness and weariness is to be found in somo disorder
or disease affecting tho delicate womanly organism.
t i- i ! t. !. mli tn fins a weak
irregularity aionc is viiuugu. " -y - " ,
oniiig drain, the fevor of inflammation or the cpYrod
ing or ulceration, anu tuuiu .o . " - -causo
for all her languor and weakness, l'or, gen
erally, tho woman who feels constantly urea ieeis
weak also. She feels weak because slio is
weak. Discaso is eating up her strength.
Tho first step toward ueauu
strength is to enro tho womanly diseases
which waste and weaken tho body.
Dr. Pinrco's Favorito Prescription
cures these womanly diseases; it makes
weak women strong and sick women
"Four yeara ago my health began to
fail," write3 Mrs. Nellie M. Reycraft, of
Glcnwood, Washington 'o., urcgoii. "i
had a heavy draeffinE and weight iu the
region of the uterus, pain in back and
loins, could not lift anything heavy, rest at'night
.verv noor: stomach deranced. One rhvsician said
I was overworked, another saidJI had congestion and
fallinz of uterus. He treated me nine months and said I
would not be well until I had passed the change of life. I was only
twenty-seven years old then. I became discouraged, and began
using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Took a teaspoonful three
times a dav; becran feelint? better ricrht awav. Have used the third
bottle, and feel I am in good health. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has restored me to health. If
suffering women would give it a fair trial they would give it praise."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes women strong and well by perfectly and per
manently curing the womanly diseases which sap the strength and drain the vitality. It
establishes regularity, dries weakening drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cares
As a tonio and nervine for weak, worn-oat woman Favorite Prescription " is unexcelled.
Its effects are promptly apparent, in increasing strength, a healthy appetite, and sound rest
ful sleep. It is especially valuable to mothers weakened by maternity, and unable to regain
the lost strength.
" I think Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and ' Golden Medical Discovery ' the best medicines In the
world," writes Mrs. Amelia Dougherty, of Kerrigan, Wayne Co., Mo. "I gave birth to a baby last
summer. After confinement I became very ill, had the best physician that could be got, and he diagnosed
my case as womb trouble, tending to dropsy. Medicine seemed to do me no good. I lingered between
life and death for quite a while, every day growing weaker until I could not walk across the room. My
friends were looking for my death every minute. A friend wrote and told, me about Dr. R. V. Pierce, and
I at once wrote to liim for medical advice. He replied immediately, giving me full instructions as to
what to do. I at once followed hi9 advice, and when I had taken his medicine about a week I felt a good
deal stronger. When I had taken it about one month I felt as strong as I do to-day. I took four bottles
of each kind and two vials of 'Pleasant Pellets,' Many thanks for the medicine. It has permanently
Reference is made in the letters printed above to correspondence with Dr. Pierce. This
' privilege is open to every sick woman without cost or fee. Dr. Pierce invites any suffering
women to consult him by letter, free. All correspondence is strictly private and sacredly
'confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.'Y.
The offer of free consultation by letter, made by Dr. Pierce, should not to be confused
with spurious offers of "free medical advice" made by irresponsible people who are without
medical education and knowledge, and are legally and orofessionally disqualified for tho
practice of medicine.
In a little more than thirty years, Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to tho
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., assisted by his staff of nearly a score
of physicians, has treated and cured hundreds of thousands of weak and sick women.
bometimes a dealer, tempted by the little more profit paid on the sale of less meritorious
meuicjues, win oner mo customer a miusuuue as oeing
"just as good" as the "Favorite Prescription." It is
better for him because it pays better, but it is not as
good for you, if you want the medicine that has cured
others, and which you believe will cure you.
ES Drnni s'C' fi
Be Well and Keep Well.
You oan leant how by tho study of
Dr, Plorco's Common Sense MedloaS Ad"
vlsorw This great work, containing more
than a thousand large pages. Is sent
FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense
of mailing ONLY, Send 21 one cent
stamps for the book In paper oovers,
or 31 stamps for the cloth "bound
AtroaT Op. ?. V. PIEROE, Bullakt, N. Y.
fe'rccUl t? tlig Scianlon TiiUunc.
' Montrose, May 20. Bishop A. Wnl
tcrs, D. D of tho A. M. 13. .Ion church
and a trusteo of tho United Christian
Kndeavor society, will picach In tho
Haptlst church iu this place on Sunday,
June 1, and on tlio evening of the same
day he will preach In the A. M. 10. Klou
, There has been a cluingo for the
worso In the condition o William D,
'Idisk, esq., and his death Is momentar
Mr. and Mis. W. D. B. Alney was In
Blnghamton on Friday.
Mrs, W, N. Barnes and children, who
havo boon visiting at the home of her
parcnta In Cohoes, N, Y have returned
to jhelr home In this place.
The dogs of this borough must be
ncsessed and the taxes thereon pnld-on
or before May 26, and each canine must
our if you U9:
FAITH will be
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fT hA 8ud our ' B0 JtronEr we
..III VT Kuurantccacureoriefund
L uioucy, aud we geud you
J.free trial bottle If ou write for it.
. ' MtHILnil'S Mils ficentaan.llll mir. fl
-$uptlou, FucuinonU, Bronchitis and all
..ung Troubles. Will cure a cough or cold
J day, and thua prevent tcrloui results.
It has been doing these things for to year.
B.C.Wm& Co.. Ia Roy.kv. '
JCari'a Ctovcr toot T cwrtct tt Stvaack
he furnished with a tng as n certificate
that Its owner has complied with the
requirements of the law. Dogn not thus
piovlcled with tags) will be hilled, by
order of tlio boiouglt authorities.
Anson D. Bliehard, of Ellnlra, was In
town on business last week.
Captain William II. Dennis, Jr., was
a guest of friends In Dlmock over Sun
day. Claude Sncll, of Wyaluslng, epent
Sunduy with friends In this place.
Tho death of a. Utile child of Mr. and
Mrs. Buy Men 111 occurred at their
homo, on High sheet, Katurduy even
ing. .The funeral was largely attended
from tho house yesterday nfternoon,
Bev. A. W. Cooper, pastor of the Meth
odist Kplscopal church, officiating.
At the Methodist church Sunday
niouilng, Bev. I.. U Sprague, D, D.,
president of Wyoming seminary, at
Kingston, preached an eloquent and
soJioluily set man, and In tho evening
ur, npingue maae a lino address on
"C'lulstlau Education," at tho same
William Sherwood, of Harford, who
Is ii leading Uguio iu Tho Tribune's
Bieat educational contest, was hustling
for subscribers In Montrose last week.
The dates for Dlmock camp meeting
have been fixed. The meeting will open
on August 20 and close August 28.
Greenwood & Fish will conduct the
dining hall this year.
Hairy B. Dennis and wife, of Lester
shire, spent Sunday at tho homo of
Mrs. Dentils' patents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas D. Payne, In ihls pluce.
There was a lurge attendance at the
game of buse ball played In this pluce
on Saturday, between tho Keystone
Academy nine, of Factory llle, and the
Montrose, team. The game was an In
teresting one throughout, and was ab
solutely free from any "kicking." The
result was nnother victory for the homo
team, tho score being 12-3 In favor of
Adelbert Darrow, of Great Bend,
spent Sunday at tho homo of ills par
ents, Mr. and Mi 3. Georgo Darrow, near
The county commissioners havo closed
a contract with Messis. Sullivan &
Bailgley, of Blnghiimton, for tho erec
tion of a fireproof addition to tho court
house, as recommended by tho last
grand jury. Tho contract price Is ?467.
Special to His Scrjnlon Tribune,
Thompson, May 30, Tho W. C. T. X!,
will hold Its monthly public mooting
In the Methodist Episcopal church next
Sabbath evening. A programme of se
lect readings and inuslo win bo ten
dered. Ten new members have recent
ly been added to tho union.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sumner, of
Unlondale, visited relatives in town
Mr. and Mis. William Douglas, of
Rochester, N, Y have moved Into the
house with her mother, Mrs, Willaid
Tucker, and will bo welcomed by our
Prof, and Mrs. E. M. Campion left
yesterday for Springvlllo for a visit of
a week or more. i
15. E. Gelatt, who buys wool, bought
250 pounds yesterday, tho first that hus
been offered this beasou. Ho pays 17
cents per pound.
The warm lain for tho past two
days was a timely blessing, as vege
tutlon was suffering for tho want of t.
"Uncle Toin's Cabin" will ho played
In a tent on D. E. Wlttus' lot. See
Bev. Leonard Cole has not been quite
so well as usual for the past few days.
Yet no alarming symptoms appear In
Hand bills, announcing the Free
Methodist camp meeting tn Pickering's
grove, commencing August 20, have
been posted at this early dale. Thanks
to tlio management, w-o nre not to bo
cursed with a Sunday camp meeting
Ladles' Aid of Iho MWhodlst Episco
pal church give their regular month
ly tea In Grand Army hall tmnorrow
Bow and Mrs. 11. M. Pascoo will at
tend tho fiftieth anniversary of her
parents, Bev. 'and Mrs. Joseph Madi
son, wedding, Thursday of this week,
nt their home In Scranton. ,
Miss Mabel Walker, of Port Jervls,
N Y Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. C.
Foster, at this writing.
They are placing a mammoth churn
In the Thompson creamery to meet the
demands of tho business.
Mrs. Brown, of Scranton, is visiting
her niece. Mrs. L. Cole, this week.
Frank Hall Post will observe Mem
orial day with appropriate services in
the afternoon of May 30, and the
school children and people generally
are cordially Invited to attend and as
sist in these exercises.
POUR CLUB LEAGUE.
Williamsport Sid Not Put Up Its
Forfeit and Mt. Carmel
By l.xelurhe Wire from The Associated Treat.
lleaillny, Pa., May 20. ThU afternoon nnother
meeting was held hcio by the St.Uc league ot
baie ball clubs. Liter President W'ltman said:
"Becjuse Williampnrt failed to lomii up with
It foifolt wo dropped that town, and to that
then; Tiilcl bo :in cmii number of teams and to
mold unc ilub being Idle nt also discarded Mt.
Cirini'l. Wc Oder ted a nc.v schedule to July 4.
Wi! nr ccifio'cn' that tho new circuit will bo a
'Hie new circuit M composed ol four clubs,
Linrjitcr, I,cbunon, Reading and Scranton. The
schedule at arranged follows;
May 21-22 Scranton at Lebanon; Lancaster at
May 2121 Scranton at Reading; Lebanon at
Mi 2(1-2" Lebanon at Reading; Scranton at
May 23 20 Reading at Scranton; Lancaster at
May 30, n. m. Reading at Lebanon; Lancaster
May 30 p. m. ami May 31 Lancaster at Scran
ton; Lebanon at Heading.
June 2-3 Lebanon at Scranton; Lancaster at
June 4 5 Scranton at Lancaster; Reading at
June 8-7 Scranton at Lebanon; Heading at
June II 10 Scranton at Reading; Lebanon at
June 1M2 Reading at Scranton; Lancaster at
June 1.M1 Lebanon at Reading; Lancaster at
June 10 Open (hie.
June 17-18 Lebanon at Scranton; Lancaster at
June 10 Open date.
June 20 21 Heading .it Lcbinon; Scranton at
June 2J-21 Scranton at Lebanon; Reading at
June 2V26 Scranton at Reading; Lebanon at
June 27-2S Lebanon at Reading; Lancaster at
June !0 Ouen date.
Jul 1-2 Leli inon. alScranlon; Lancaster at
July 3 Open dale.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT" DIRECTORS
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than Pour Line, 3 Cf nt (or Each Extra Lin j.
3 Insertions 25 Cents
Mom Tim Pour Line, ft Ctnttlor Etch Bttr Un.
KOIl ItllN'T 0 room furnUlied collage for
Kcawn at Hancy's Lake. Apply II. A.
lm, 1012 .lone street.
BARN VOn R1:NT-I12, April 1st, three box nd
, It'S ln,l! la3 ""d ' ra?1,', roar
324 Madlaon svenui. Inquire at 034 Madison nve.
ron 1 RBJiT-StoTe building for rent In DIckon
City. Pa. nullding M feet by 21 feet, cellar
under all, and second story can lie arranged lor
family. Ml ln g00l r (r rp(iy (at use. Two
coal brcaUra and mines rlov by employing oer
a thousand people. An rnterprlilng niercliant
can Bet a largo trade. Apply to William II.
Richmond, Richmond Hill, 3123 N. Main aunuc,
Furnished Booms for Bent.
KOIt RENT Large lurnWied front room, at 121
FOR RENT One furnished room, with Improves
tncnts; also one on third floor, cheap. C27
FURNISHED ROOMS tor rent, modern Improve.
mcnt.; private family; gentlemen preferred,
It S3 Adams nenue.
FOR BUST Furnished room;
625 Linden street.
heat end batik
FURNISHKD ROOMS FOR RENT, with heat, PH
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at &W Adinn.
At Roston R.ll.i:.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 01 4 0
Boston 00000101. 3 C 1
Iiattcrie Plank and Steelman; Young and Cn
ger. Umpire Ciruthers.
At Washington , R.H.r.
Baltimoie 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 14 9 1
Washington 0 10 0 0 0 0 118 9 3
Ratlerieti McOinnlty and Tires nahati ; Towniend,
Oi tli and Drill. Umpires O'Loughlln and Shell
dill. Other chilis not scheduled.
MESSRS. JEWELL 4: PATTERSOy. of
Lexington, Ky., will hold a special sale of
lino hornet at the Sale, Exchange and Cab
Stablei ot C. L. Njgle & Co., South
Washington street, Wilken-Barre, Pa,, on
TIIUItsmY. MVV 2J.1W A. M.
They consist of matched pairs, single
drivers, Mdclleri mid a few choice woik
crs. They me tho rpal Kentucky stock,
teldom seen in this fpctlon of the Stale,
and are conceded to he the best bred lot
of henscs ever nought to this allcy.
Call on Wednesday und look them over.
Try one or all. Will bo sold on Thurs
day, 2Jd ot May, nt 10 'o'clock a. m.,
rain or shine. Don't miss this chance at
C. L. NAGLK & CO.VS
Sale and Cab Stables,
South Washington Street, Wiikes-Barre.
Branch WANT Offices,
Wont Advertisements Will Bo
Becelved nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
AM1E1IT RCIItJLTC, corner Mulberry
street and Webuler avenue.
aUSTAV l'ICIlEL, 650 Adams avenue.
OEOIini: W. JENKINS,
101 South Main
FRED L. TERIU'E, 729 Cedar avenue.
GEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market atrcct.
ClfARLKS P. JONES, 1557 Dickson
K. J. JOHNS, 020 Oreen Ridge street.
C. LORENZ, corner Washington avc
avenue and Marlon street.
W. II. K.EP1T.L, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. 0. BONK k SON.
Help Wanted Male.
v a.m r,u oood strong laborers; wages, 14 to
10 cents per houi; kteadv work, llell.vood
Manufacluilug Co., Uellwood, l'a.
SALESMAN WANTED - Energetic ilcmin;
school supplies; country work; $100 salary
and commission. R. O. Evans k Co., Chicago, 111.
WANTED The services ot two mcclutilcal
draughtsmen to whom steadv work and good
wages will be paid. Address "Mcehanlial
Draughtsman," Tribune office.
1'Olt SALE 1518 llarrisliurg automatic engine
In A No. l condition; admirably adapted
for electric lighting. Can be seen at the works
of the Scranton Bolt and Nut company.
FOR SALE flood voung horse for light driving.
Inquire at 'Ml Washington avenue.
JUST ARRIVED with 40 hcrses; good workaia
and drivcis; weight fiom 1,100 to 1,700; un
cial closely mitched teams; can be seen at 334
Rajinom! court. F. M. Cobb.
PIANO FOR SU.E Almost new: vised less than
five months; elegant upright pluno; will r.ic-J
rlflec. Call day or evening. 324 Franklin ave.
FOR SME Hand silk doublers.
- Bro , Patcrson, N. J.
Paige company. Afternoon
At Pitlsbure R.II.E.
Philadelphia 2 0 0 10 110 0511 1
Pittsburg 0(12001111017 1
Rattencs White, and Dooln; Lccvcr, Chesbio
and O'Connor. Umpire Emslle.
Boston 0 0000000 1 1
Chicago 0 0 110 0 1 0nI!
Bilteiles Pittinger and Moian; Tajlor
Chance. Umpire O'Djy.
Other clubs not scheduled.
Montreal, 8; Providence, 3.
Toionto, 8; Worcester, 3.
Other games, rain.
At Cambridge Harvard, 2fl; Lehigh, 1.
At Ithaca Cornell, 12; Carlisle Indians, 3.
At Alloona. 1M R. 11. E.
Altoona 7. 2 0 0 0 0 13 3 0 t 11 4
Clev child (Am. league) .0 0 110 10 1 0-7 S 2
Batteries Veil and Lee; Yasblndvr and Ilemls.
Lackawanna Railroad Popular Ex
cursion to Niagara Falls.
On May 29th the ticket agents of
the Lackawanna railroad will sell
special round trip tickets to Niagara
FallH good going on any train on the
above date and for return up to and
Including June 1 at tho extremely low
rate of $6.55 for tho round trip, which
will bo from Scranton. Children be
tween the ages of live and twelve years
one-half of tho adult rate.
"The Climbers," which by reason of its per
fection in acting, mounting and costuming, es
tablished it in the fiont lank ot theatrical pro
duction., will be seen for the first time in this
city at the Lyceum on Saturday, matinee and
In this play Mr. Fitch his presented some very
effective pictures of New Voik wcloty with well
drawn l.vpcs of New York people. Thioughout
the dromi he In lugs comedy and tragedy into
close and brilliant contrast. Ills chief motive
conccrni itself with the ruin of a Wall street
imn. The comedy deals with several bchemes for
siclul advancement, and nn uncommonly divert
ing and clever comedy it is,
'Iho action passes in four acts, three of them
interiors which convey 4he impression of genuine
luxury, and one, a pretty eterior, representing
the Hemltage, a quaint little re&oit on the Bronx.
"The Climbers" will be picsented here with the
same scenic and sartorial appointments a at the
BIJou thcitre, New Yoik, whcio it ran for 200
nights. The company of distinguished American
placrs includes Charles Kent, James drew, Den
nett Sturgis, Frederick Peters, George Stevens,
Edmund Liston,Chailcs Master, George Klnard,
Jftseph Roblon, Harry Wright, Jr., Marguerite
St. John, Jennlo A. Eustace, Elizabeth Harry,
Marian llerg, Ethel Wlnthrop, Marlon, Glrou,
Maude Ream Stover, Lillian Wright, Maizle
REDUCED BATES TO SAN FBAN
CISCO AND LOS ANGELES.
CIVIL SERVICE GOVERNMENT POslTIONS-
U,8S9 appointments made last jenr; prob
ably 10,000 this jcar; only common school edu
cation requiied for eaminatlon; catalogue ef
information tree. Columbian Correspondence Col
lege, Washington, D. C.
WANTED Painters; only good men need apply.
' Call at Charles Wagner's, 3.11 Adams avenue.
elp Wanted Female.
WANTED Girl for general housework. Call 022
LADIES WANTED to copy letters at home .'tiring
spare time evenings and return to us. Wo fur
nish paper free and piy $10 per M. Send ad
dressed envelope for particulars and copy. 1 M.
C. Dcpt. 413, Box 1411, Philadelphia. .
YOUNG LADIES $0 00 easily earned .it home
evenings, writing for us. For particulars
send addressed envelope. Filbert Mfg. Co. Dcpt.
443, Box 1411, Philadelphia.
WANTED Girl to go to Stroudsbuig, light
oral liou'cvvoik. Call Hotel Terrace 2
and examiners on
Imperial Underwear Co.,
132 Washington Ave.,
and 339 Adams Ave.
THE NUDE IN ART Wanted agents; M'rles of
10 pictures; send 25 cents for prices and
sample. S. J. Mertz, 9"3 Pine st Allcntowii, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED to go out by the day
washing and ironing. Call oi addicss, I,. B.,
331 Sumner avenue.
SITUATION WANTEH-Dofng general woik by
lespcctable colored man. UJ1 Peiin avenue.
COLORED WOMAN desires washing to takf home
or go out bv tli day, oi doing house cleaning,
12.12 Pcim avenue.
WANTED Party that would be willing to n-it
young man lln.incl.illy to perfect amUplacc
invention on market. Address C. H., cue Tribune.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS without delay.
Write for our special market letter. Free on
application. S. M. Hlbbard It Co., members N.
Y. Ccniolidated and Stock bxchange. 44 and 46
Broadway, New York. Established lgili. Long
Distance' Phone 23S3 Broad.
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN-Qulck.
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to 0 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
814-315 Connell building.
Via Pennsylvania Railroad, Account
Imperial Council, Nobles of the
On account of the Imperial Council,
Nobles of tho Mystic Shrine, at San
Francisco, Cal Juno 10 to 14, 1902, the
Pennsylvania Railroad company will
soil excursion tickets to San Francisco
or Los Angeles from all stations on Its
lines, from May 26 to Juno V, Inclusive,
at greatly reduced rates. These tickets
will be good for return pahsago within
sixty days from date ot salo when
executed by Joint agent ut Los Angles
or San Francisco and payment of fifty
cents made for this service. For bpeclflc
rates apply to ticket rfgents.
MOTHER GOOSE PUZZLE.
Find tho sou and daughter of the fat
inun of Bombay whose pipe was stolen
by the gqpse.
WE SELL tickets and" checks to all puts of
Europe. Consult us bcfoic puicluliig tuns
portatious, Wc will tave 0u inonev. ITnbn
Ticket Agency, 203 Larkavvamu avenue, Scianton,
Pa, Opposite Scianton Houtc.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED ROOMS For two adults, thrco or four
rooms, furnished or unfurnished for cry
light housekeeping, first floor preferred. Addrcis
M. II., Tribune of Bee,
WANTED Furnished houe or four or five rooms
for housekeeping. Address A. U. E., Tilbune
Boaid and Booms.
VERY DESIRABLE suite of moms with first class
(ablo bond, tan be obtained at 321 Jeltcrson
Wanted Booms and Board.
WANTED Tvvj ccir.munleatlng rooms with board,
private family picferrcd. Two ladles and a
gentleman, btatn full particulars. Address O.
II. !., Tribune office.
COri'Adi: on SurfiH li.imu liver ut Black Walnut,
for rrnt by week or month; fiiuiMied, 'cols,
stove, dlfchex, (line linits, spring vvatu, best
foiling. Address T. J. llelnhart, Iliac k Walnut, Pa,
Lost Strayed Stolen.
LOST A ladles' gold watch; a liberal irvvjid will
be given if returned to Hotel Terrace,
LOST btccl beaded pura containing small sum
' of money, on l.ticl.auaium avenue, near Wy.
oming, Finder please return puna to Tribuna
olncc and keep contents,
LOST 2.". between Peck Lumber Co,, East Mir.
ket street and PresbvterUn church, llcvvaid
If returned to office of Peck Lumber t.'o.
WANTED To adopt, n bright, healthy gill S tu
10 rais of ugc. For particulars addiess Box 11,
WAVIEII-The addiess of Mr or Mis. Ilitclurd,
I'rltcbard or relatives, hci intun, by Mrs.
Helen Jeffrey, lur ststu, 7J 'iieiuont avenue,
New VoiU city.
Intercollegiate Regatta, Ithaca, N.
Y., May 30tb.
For the above occasion ticket agents
ot the Lackawanna uillroad will sell
llrst class tickets tu Ithaca and return
at regular one way fare for the round
tilp. Tickets will be sold good going
May 29th and 30th limited for return
to Muy 31st. Children between the
ages of S und 13 years one-half the
J.01? K hereby given that application will bo
m. TiJ.1, "V "pvernor of Pennsylvania, on
i'y,,28-.1. by David L, Emanuel, John M.
Si- ?i ,nd '-""d I'eckltt, all resident! ol
Pennsylvania, under the Act of Assembly, en-Ii-
' An Ac.', t0 I'fovlde for the Incorpora
tion and regulation of certain corporations, ap
proved April OT.1S74, and the mipptemehU
thereto, for I he clutter of an Intended corpora
Ion to he called "The Emanuel Stone Compony."
the charter and object of which Is the Miirrylna;
and crushing of stone, slag or other material and
the aelllng of the same, and for these purpose to
have, pome, and enoy all the rights, benefit
ami privileges of raid Act of Awembly ami sup
plement, thereto. ALFA. N L'f.ltlCH,
.May 3, 1002. Solicitor.
NOTICE Is hereby given that an application will
lie made to the governor bf the Slate of
PrntLulraiila. on Wednesday, the 28th day of May,
1002, by William L. Connell, Kdwrd S. .lone
and James S. McAmilty, et l under the Att of
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
entitled, "An Act to provide for the Incorpora
tion and regulation of certain corporations,'' ap
proved April 20, 1874, and the supplements theri
to, for n charter of on Intended corporation, tt
ho called "North End Coal Company." the
ehiracler nnd object whereof I mining, prepar
ing, shipping; and selling anthracite coal and
for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all
the rights, hencfltM and prl liege of the laid Act
of Assembly and Its supplement.
II. C. REYNOLDS, Solicitor.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Blttenbcnder cora
pany, persons having n llerl under the law
of Pennsylvania upon goods ware and merchan
dise of W. II. Campbell, consisting of one set of
buggy wheels on account of storage and labor
bestowal on such goods, the owners having
failed, neglected and lefuscd to pay the amount
of such charges upon said property within aixtv
day alter demand thcieof, made personally, will
expose the said set of buggy wheels to sale at
public auction at Ittttcnbcndcr Company's store,
12(1 Franklin nvenue, tlty of Scranton, Lacka
wanna county. Pa., on the fith day ot July, A.
D., ItXH. nt 12 a. in., and sell the same or so
much thereof as shall be suffirlrnt n iHrl.ru
said Hen, together with costs of sale and adver
tiling. BirTENBKNDEU COMPANY.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONEui
OF PUBLIC (MOUNDS AND BUILDINGS.
WILLIAM A. STONE.
E. B. HARDENBEHail.
FRANK O. IIARRI1.
T. L. KYnr.
PROPOSALS for furnishing Stationery, Fuel and
In compliance with the Constitution and tli
laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, wt
hereby Invite, sealed proposals, at price below
maximum rates fixed in schedules, to furnish ta
tioneiy, fuel and o:hcr supplies for the several de
partment of the state government, and for mak
ing repairs in the several departments and for the
distribution of the public documents, for the year
ending the first Tucsdav of June. A. D. 1003.
Separate proposals will be received ahd separate
contracts awarded a announced in said schedule.
Kach proposal must be accompanied by a bond,
with at least two sureties or one surety company,
approved by a Judge of the court of common plea
of the county In which the person or person
making such proposal may reside, conditioned for
the faithful performance of the contract, and ad
dressed and delivered to the Board of Commission
ers of Public Grounds nnd Buildings before twelve
o'clock II., of Tue-.d.i, the 3rd day ol Jun, A.
D. 1002, at which time the pioposals will be
opened and published in the Reception Room of ,
the Executive Department at llarrisburg, and ion
tract awarded as soon thereafter n practicable.
Blank bonds and schedules containing all neces
sary Information c.ui be obtained at this Depart
ment. T. I,. EYRE,
For the Board of Commissioners of Publla
Grounds and Buildings.
NOTICE ppr.ila fiom the state fax ossessm-nt
will be held in the office of the county com
mlsslouei in the court home on the following
named da.v.s: Kor townships and boroughs, ex
cepting Duiimore Borough, on June 2, 1002; for
Scranton, Caibondalc und Dunmotc, on June 3
and i, 1D02.
JOHN J. DURKIN.
J. COURIER .MORRIS,
Attest: W. O. DANIELS. Clerk.
FOR SI.I Lot. corner Mulberry and Wheeler
avenue, MKUO; finest location on the hill,
ror terms address S, Kline, Flainftold, N. J.
FORCED SVI.l; of one thousand feet of cholcf
South Buffalo building lots at le than one
half actual xalue; location the best, on direct
car line to Lackawanna Sleel plant. For particu
lars write or wire me at once. W. P. Volgamorc,
No. 201 Moig.in liiilldin'. Buffalo, N. Y.
FOR SALE Elegant site for homes in upp-r
Gicen ltldgc; choice neighborhood; most de
sirable locality for home in Lackawanna county.
J. A, Man Inc. 1730 Sindcrson avenue.
RHEUMATISM All uaitlea that wish can be
spcedllv and permanently cured of all va
rieties of Rheumatism by u vegetable compound.
Cuies guaranteed. Inquire or address J. . Tay
lor. Scranton. '
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SI'AULDING, C. P. A., 2J THAU
m" Bank building. Old telephone, No. lbfll.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH. "B., REAL
Estate Exchange Bldg., 120 Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, S13 CONNELL BUILDING.
STEVENSON k KNIGHT, 720 CONNELL BLDG.
DR. C. E. EILENBEItfiER, PAULI BUILDING,
Spiuce street, fccranton.
Dli. O. O LAUBACII, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
WII.LAItD, WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellori-at.Lavv. fii'J to 012 Conaell
D. II. lti:Pl.O(U,H AITORNEY-LOANS NEOO
tlatul on real estate neurit-. Mears Building,
eoiiivr Washington avenue and r-piuev,streetv
JESMM' k .lKsbllViATWinNiaa AN'P CODA".
srllors-at-law. Commonwealth Building, Rooms
10, 20 anil 21. ,. . r.
L. A. WATRES. AVIORNEV-AT-LAW, BOARD
of Trade Building, Scranton, Pa, '
PVITEIMA" A' WILCOX, TRADER'S NATIONAL
Ilmk Building. . -
A. W. BEI1TI10LF, OFFICE MOVED TO HO.
2U Wjomlng avenue,
Hotels and Restaurants.
1IIK KI.K CAFF. 125 AND 127 FRANKLIN
nuc. Hates icasonahle, r
P, ZIEGl.EII, Proprietor:
SCIIAMON HOUSE, JvKVK D., L. k W, PJS.
eengrr depot. Conducted on the Kuwptjso
plan. VIC-IOR KOCH. Pioprletol?
A, H. BIWSGH CLEANS 1'IIIVV VAVll? AMD
m pools; no odor; only improved pumps iKu
A. II, Brlggs, proprietor. Leave orders U4v
North Main avenue, or Eicke's drug store, cor
ner Adams ami Mulberry. Both telephones.?!.
JOSEPH KUKriEL, REUI Sit LACK. AVE,
Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of Wire bcreeti.
MEdARtlEE DUOS'., P.HIMEHS' M'l'PI.IF.S.-KV.
v elopes, paper bags, twine, Warehouse, 139
Washington ivenue, Scianton, Pa.
THE WILKES UARIIK RECORD CAN BE MAD
In Scranton at the news stands of Rclimtn
Bros.. 40t) Spruce und 60J Linden: M. Norton.
SJ-J Larkawauni avenue; -I. 8. Scbutier, Jil