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THE SCttANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1902.
Bppclil to tlie tctanlon 'tribune.
TunUhaiinock, May 2,-Mis. .Tunics
Pi ear Is the (.tucst or licr slstetS) Misses
Hrinnith unit Mai thn Lobeck, tit .Scruii
lon, this week.
aMIss Jofipphlne Stnrk visited nt PltlB
Ion and Wllkrs-Hane on Tuesday.
Kverott J. Hut ding, or Wllkcs-Hitne,
iwas doing business In town on Tues
kJuy. Mis. George Kutz Is visiting fi lends
Bt Sctanton this week.
Mis. Oscar Dei shinier, Mis. Thomas
brenvlllc and Mrs. nos llorrlck spent
Monday at Lake Carey.
Street Commissioner Wllnwt K. Car
penter Is putting In a new mossing ut
the corner of Tioga rind Diidge streets.
The Triton hose company Is preparing
(to hold an old fashioned celebration on
The funeral oC Mis. llattle Slrkler,
wife of Associate Judge Harvey Hlok
ler, took nlncp nt the Methodist Epis
copal church on Wednesday afternoon
nnd was lirsoly attended. The mem
bers or the Wyoming Bar association
nnd the county officials weie present In
,MIs Sarah Ho.idlcv, who has, been
fcmnloyed as Herk at the Instil nine
ortlce of George P. Detshelmer, on War
ren street, left on Mondav for Sei .ni
ton, wheto she has incepted a position
Ju the Intel national Correspondence
n.ivid Detibler, of Spiingvlllo, c.iUed
on his "parents here In the early part of
The sutter In fiont of the St.uk block,
on th north side of Tioga street, is
being ip-paved and broadened b a
force of men, under the dtt cotton of
Street Commissioner Caipenter.
Quito a flurry of snow felt at Lemon
on Wednesday morning.
The scarlet fever case at the home of
Colonel X. A. McKown has lecoveied,
nnd the Quarantine established by the
board of health has been removed.
Mrs. H. Stanley Harding is the guest
of, friends at Scranlon this week.
The Wyoming Bar association held a
meeting on Tuesday afternoon and a
committee, consisting of J, Wood Pl.itt,
James E. Prear and Charles M. Lee,
vv'us appointed to draft fitting i evolu
tions expressive of their sympathy with
Judge Slckler in the loss ol his wife.
These lcsolutlons weie later teuotted
Btid unanimously adopttd by the asso
ciation , Di'. George M. Khmer and v. ifp, of
Jlehoopany, islted the lattei's patents
at this place on Wednesday, while on
their way home from the Knights Tem
plar conclave at Scranton.
( Judge Piank M. Vaughn, of Mushop
jin, was a visitor in town on Wednes
day. -Chailes Jayne and family, who have
oi ruplcd the house near the end of the
river bridge, will lcmoic to the Dcnnl
pon house, coiner of Second and Pine
Mrs Wilbur E. Lolt is quite ill at her
Home on llanlson stieet.
Er'ds! to the Scranton Tribune.
Uonesdale, May 28. Mr. John Bau
roan, who has been in the asylum at
Danville for seveial months, has le-
loveied sullicleiitb to icturii to bis
borne. He is expected to an he this
The students of the Honesdale high
fcchool huo oiganied a base ball team
with Gtoige Butler, manager; Fiank
I-oate, tieasuter; Edwaid Swaer, cap
tain. Mr. and Mts Andrew Thompson,
daughtet, Rebecca, and son, Charles,
Mill tail July 4 for a trip abioad to be
(ilvont until Septembei.
The annual picnic of the Wayne
county Odd Fellows will be held at
.l.uKe AtlPl. The date nab not Deen an-t;
Manager Sllverstone has ai tanged tor
tnn up-to-date burlesque company to
appear In llonetdalo Filday evening,
May .10. Thlity people; pietty cos
tumes and daueet.s; popular prices.
Miss Catoline Peterson, who has
spent tlie past three months abroad,
lias i etui ned to Iipi home.
At the annual meeting of the Hones
dale high Mhool aluinul on Monday
i enlnsr Miss Alke Rirdall was ic
eleeted piesldent; Mi.ss Edith Swift,
viee-piesldent: Mls Chailotte Bau
wnn, scctetary; W. F. Suydam, ji
tieasuiei. A committee was appointed
o confer with the school dlrectois In
jpgnrd to establishing a Claia T. Sut
ton Mcmoiial seholaishlp,
Miss Ilatue Sutton is ill with fever
at (lip home of her sister, Mis. ic, i
The Ilonesdale Lutheian eongrega;
lion huVP over $3,400 subscribed for
their coiiieniphited new huine of wot
Phlp. Itev, James P. Wate, Joseph X,
Welch and Uemy '6. Uusse'.l left Tues
day for York, Pa., whcie they will at
tend the Episcopal convention of the
Ulocpje of CVntial Pennsylvania,
Snow tell in Honesdule today, but
The school boaid will teoigaulze on
The following attended the Knights
Templars' ball nt the armory on Tues
day evening: Mr. and Mis. W, H. Hol
llster, Mi. and Mis. Solomon Dieblc,
Mis. William Bennett, Eugene McAl
plne, Mioses Berdella Dleble and Jen
Patilrk Tlgue, of Main htieet Is cilt
N; E. McLaughlin, who for seveuil
months has. supei Intended the Hon
wotk on the Uapld Transit road, left
yesterday for Murletta wheie ho will
accept a position with the King Bildgo
Gavin B. Aikninn, a graduate fiotn
the Sctanton Business college, has been
added to the electrical fotce at the P,
Iv. & W. ollloen,
Sevctal bos are In the hublt of
thiowin' mud and stones ugainbt the
Too Great a Bisk.
In almost even nelghbothood tome
me has died Itoni un attack of colic or
iholeia morbus, often befoie medicine
tould be piocured or a plislcau Hum
iioned. A lellablo lemedy for these
diseases should be kept ut hand, .The
risk Is ton great for anyone to take.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Iteiued has undoubtedly saved
the lives of woio people and relieved
more pain and suffering than any oth
er medicine In use.
It nnl filvi'nva lin I
depended upon. For sale bv all ilruc-'tlio
hose cni t whenever the door Is openrd.
They are well known and should they
pcislst In the wotk the hose company
will deal with them scvctely,
Miss Nellie Dougherty Is setlously 111
of appendicitis at Lackawanna hospi
tal. The following man luges were an
nounced In St. Mary's chinch on Sun
day: Miss R. (Ml roy and Joseph San
ders: -Miss Kutp Curley and David
MeAndriews: Miss Maria Tlgue and
John and James McKenslo and Har
old Davis will laavo this morning for
Indian ten I tun,
pcrla! to t!i! "irnnlon Trltiii.r.
Nicholson, May 2S.--npv. C, P. Tif
fany, of Yoik state, Is making a short
vlolt with his paipnts and ft lends,
Find Gen. Montcalm and Col. Monroe
at the massacre of Fort William Henry.
F. N. Bo 1p ha e commenced the
building of a poich on his lesidence.
Floience Wilkins is visiting her
brother, Di. If. K. Wilkins, of Jetbey
."Miss Sutan Black Is on the sick list.
The fi lends of G. S. Harding ate glad
to meet him as be walks our streets
with his ever pleasant ways and words
of good cheet.
Mis. David Armstiong, of Factory
vllle, isltcd her daughtet, Mis. J. A.
Nlv er, Monday.
Piof. noy Decker and Ch.ulcs Brown
weie calleis at the Falls iccently.
Dr. Lynch, of Clark's Summit, was a
caller in town Monday.
IipcIjI to Hie hitJtilon lilliuir.
Hallstead, May 28. Mr. Samuel Tur
t ell's hoise became frightened on Mon
day and btoke lose from the sheds at
the Baptist chutch wheie he was
hitched and made a stialght lino for
the tailioad ciolng on Pine stieet. A
laige gang of men wore digging a ditch
near the ciotslng. The house plunged
Into the ditch and had to be lemoved
with a dPiilck. The hoise was not
badly hint, but the buggy was almost
a total wirck.
.Mat tin DeVaney, John Swaitz and
Edwatd Duffy, of Scianton, -visited
ft lends in town Monday.
Mis.s Jessie Smith, of Scranton, was
a recent caller in town.
Fied W. Church, who lias been spend
ing the past week vvitli his patents,
IJov. and Mi.s. L. W. Chutch, tetuined
to Johnstown Monday.
Milton Squlies, of Bellevue, of Ohio,
is spending a tew days with his par
ents. Chatles Tanner has accepted a posi
tion In Buffalo.
Rev. L. W. Chutch occupied the pul
pit of the Piesbytetlun chutch Sunday
morning and evening.
Wan en P. Slim ell, Thomas Hitching
und John Whteldon ate spending a few
days in Scranton.
Oiange G. .Woodhouhe has accepted
a position with Frank Arnold.
Mis-s Floience King, of Blnghamton,
spent Sunday with her mother.
Ptof, B. W. Pease was a teccnt New
Mib. Norman Spencer, of Lesteishhe,
visited at the home of her patents Mon
day. Hon. S, B. Chase, Mr. und Mts.
James T. DuBois, William McLeod,
William Bnines, Mis. Mary Wesley and
Mis. Rose Dayton attended tho funetul
of William Lusk at Monti ose on Mon
day. Mis Julia Fenian, of Nicholson, Is
the guest at the home of Michael Ter
nan, Mr. and Mis, Lisle F.lghony ate visit
ing Mr, Elghony's puientb at Locust
Mis, Alaiy Wesley spent Tuesday In
MIph Cattle Stephens of Gieat Bend,
Ih assisting In the postoflice,
Mr, and Mrs, Fied Ross and chlldien
spent Sunday with lelatlves in this
Mr. and Mis, Walter Button, who
have been bpendlng the past mouth
with frlendh and iclatlves In this place,
I etui ned to their home In Conemaugh
Anson D. Bit chat d, of Khnlia, special
Insurance agent, was here on business
The following ofnclals of the D., L. &
W. H. R. weie In town Tucsduy: Gen
eral Superintendent T, E. Ciaikc,
trafllu manager, C, I), Cuidwcll; Indtib
ti Jul agent, Sir. Ten Broeek; supeiln-
temjent of transpoi tatlon, M. B. Casey;
division superintendent S. und B A.
H. Swiutz; division superintendent Buf
falo division, ,Mr. Phelps; general
freight agent, V, J. Flynn; eastern
freight agent, W, lV Ciawfoid; west
ern freight ugeU, C, J, Phillips.
&pifil to the biranton liiuune.
Tovvaudu, May 27. Tho comity coinmls-
I sfuncit, utu awaiting an onlnlon of tho Sn.
. ...M nA..... a.. ,1... plrrL.u n .!.. ... ....
juvenllo rouit subject bofotn ptcnai-
)ne iuuitet for u sepamto ptlson wheto '
they may hold youthful offenders of th5
W' . . .
!- 1 Tucket, the Waveriv cigar denier
who It Is alleged caused tho death of V,
V. Piwloiti of llharrt, by pushing him out
of tho former place, Ims been sued by
the widow fin' dainngct to Iho nmnttnt of
U:,,W Tlld ease Is caleiuletcd In the
coitil atOwego In .111110.
Tho popular summer leiort, I.nko Wus
atildiig, will ho opciifd to trie public next
Friday. The piopiltnr. C. K. Ilnrils, Is
tirerillii,'f Ills eommodlmw tempeiauco
iionse for a litiRe ciowd this season, atul
Ids gcnilous palrnunge received last ijcn
son will meilt hint u initio successful
year. Tim lake Is abounded with sevoral
cottages, nffoids excellent fishing, bath
ing and bontlngi It Is also becoming a
most popular lesort for nlcnlcs. Tho site
Is within four miles of Tonnndn and the
proprietor nm hacks to and from the
placn ovciy day. A visit Is all that Is
necessary to conlnce a person of the
populallty Mr. Hants lias won for the
place of lccicatlon. Ills caul nppaus
elsewhere In Tho Ttlbune.
The pull lotto societies atteadul the
I'tesbyterlan ehtuch Sunday mottling.
An able nddieis was delivered by the
pastor, Dr. J, S. Stewait,
How 12. A. Gcrnutit has gone to Yoik
for a few dayB stay.
Commencing with Satin day the toll
Unci of the Bradford County Telephone
Telephone lines at Athens, finyio and
Telephone lines at Athens, Bayro and
Wavotly. By July I It Is expected that
feivico ran be given to Sctanton, lll
iatnspoit and Wllkos-Baue, over tho line'
of the KnUein Telephone company bv
way of Blmiia.
Judgo Fanning gianted a conipulsoty
non-suit in tho case lor damages of Will
iam Flesclmtt s. tho Lehigh Valley Rail
load company. Mr. ricschutt was stiurk
by the Black Diamond cxpiebs at VV.va-
lusing In Iclniiary, lfiOl, and was ln
jiued bohides having a lioise killed
Mis. J1. i: Wilson, Mis-. K. J, Roson
giant and Mis S Kendall attended the
illstilct convention of the Women's l'or-
elgn Mlbilomuy society of the Methodist
chinch which was held at Mansfield on
Thiiisday and Fiidav.
At Philadelphia It.H.E.
JJclrolt 2 0 0001001410 4
Philadelphia 5 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 x 11 12 2
nattetlos cronlno and Buelovv; Plank
and Sclueckengost. Umpire Connolly,
At Washington Tt.lI.B.
mcveiumi 4 0 10 0 0 10 17 7 3
Washington 1000010002 4 1
Batteries Joss nnd Bomts; TovviLiend
and Claik. Umplte Sheridan.
At Baltimore K1I.E.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 J 20 1 5 32 1
Baltimore 100 0 010002 10 2
Jiatlerles-Grilllth and Sullhan; Hughes
and Bresnahan. Empties O'Lougblin
At Boston R.1I.E.
St. Louis 0 11000000 2 10 2
Hosiou 00200 20 2.x 6 4 0
Battel les Harper and Sugden; Winters
and Wat net. X'mplre Johnstone.
At Boston R.H.E.
New Yoik 00 000 00000 fi 0
AJOSlon 0000 00 0 0 11 4 0
wattetfe.s Ta lor and Bow et man; Wil
lis and Kittildge. I'mpite Emslle,
At Plttsbiitg R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 u 0 0 0 a o o 0 3 7 3
Pittsburg 00 10101014 8 4
Battel ics-Thielman and.Peltz; Tanne
hill und Smith. Umpire Pow eta nnd
At St. Louis R.H.E
Chicago S 00101000 5 S 3
St. Louis 000 000 1001 7 2
Batteries Tm lor and Chance; Wicker
and O'Neill, X'mplre O'Day.
At Biookljn-Pllllndelphla s. Biooklyn:
Woiccstei, 7: Jeisey City, 1,
Toionto, 9; Buffalo, E,
Othor games postponed; tain.
AMATEUR BASE BALL NOTES.
Tho Weaiy Willies of tho Scianton Laie
Curtain company, would like to play
any team under Hi ear of age, May ."0
(Decoration Day), Answer in Ttlbune.
W. Noith, niunuser,
Tho Ftanklins, of the cential city,
cliallungo any base hall team under It
yeuw, for a game on Mcmoiial Day in
the morning, at any giounds; gamo to
start at to a, m. C, Joms, manager,
Tho mauled men of Jonas Longs' Sops
will play the .dnglo men, Memotlal Day
at 10 a, m. James Deluuir will do tho
twiling for the sliiBle men.
At a match gamo of baso ball played
yesti'iday afternoon on the giouiula of
Ui Green Ridge Invlnclbles, tlie luvlncl
bles beat the Littlo Rosettes, of Dun
more, tho scoie being 2ii to ),
IMMIGRANT RECORD BROKEN,
Nearly 100,000 New Residents Ar
rive in Month of May,
U) Kxclujlve Wire from The AssocutcJ .'reu.
New York, May 28. Theie nie 25,000
Iminlguuits on tho Atluntta due to ar
rive at this port this week and they
will bring the total for May up ti 85,
000 or 90,000. This will bieak all lecords
for any month In tho last twenty years.
The number of depot tallons Is Incieat,
ng, 750 persons having been oiduied
depoited dining tho first twenty-six
days of May.
The majority of the new tunvals ate
Austria-Hungary Italy and
Ch A. R. ENCAMPMENT.
Reduced Rates to Gettysburg via
For the benefit of those' dtslrlntr ilo
nttend the annual enenmument of the
Grand Army of, the Republic. Depart
ment of Pennsylvania, at Gettysburg,
June 4 to S, tho Penhsylvnnla tinllioad
conipuny will sell excutslon tickets to
Gettysburg fioin nil stations on Its lino
In the slnte of. Pennsylvania, on May
31. Juno 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, good to return
until June 7, Inclusive, at rate of a
single fate for the round tilp. For spe
cific rates, apply to local ticket agents.
A Much Talked-of Improvement.
The stir the New Jersey Ccnti ill's re
cent announcement made In regard to
Its hourly trains between New York
and Philadelphia wus far reaching.
Very few cities can boast oC such a
tinln schedule and the beauty of It Is,
that It's easily remembered a train
cvety hour on the even hour from 7 a.
m. to G p. m.
The locomotives, cms and Puilnian
cars are the most modem, the loudbed
Is rock bnllasted, and as only hard coal
Is used there Is no smoke or cinders.
Kvery train inns dliect to Reading
Terminal. Philadelphia, without change
and many of them cover the distance In
two hours. Tho Rending loute by which
tho Philadelphia line Is often known, Is
not only a short way to Philadelphia,
but It Is likewise the scenic route. This
service goes Into effect on May 18, but
In no way does It Impair the fast and
elegant service of the Royal Blue line,
which will run Independently of the
The N. Y., O. & W. Summer Time
Table Will become effective on Its main line
nnd Scranton division, Sunday, June 15.
n'rnllici t.tll Vin nm ennm no lnuf an.iann
.......w ..j.a w .... .(.,, ,v ,,., .(li,l ntUDUII.
viiu me excei-iuuu ui an early morning
connection which will be made for pas
sengets Catbondnle and South with the
"Quaker City" express of the Central
Railroad of New Jersey. This train
makes close connections for all promi
nent Pennsylvania state points, an ly
ing in Philadelphia at 12 noon; Balti
more, 2.30; Washington, 3 30, und At
lantic City, 3.20 i. m. '
First Class Tickets to San Francisco
and Return at Less Than One Way
On account of the Impel lal Council,
Nobles of the Mystic Schrine, San
Francisco, California, June 10th 14th,
1902, the Lackawanna lallroad will is
sue flist-ciass excursion tickets from
Sctanton at the low lute of $66.2.1 for
the lound trip, on sale good going May
26th to Juno 7th inclusive and for le
turn to teach otiginal starting point
not later than 60 days from original
date of purchase of ticket. See Depot
Ticket Agent in legard to stop off priv
ileges variable routes, side ttips, Pull
man leservatlons, etc.
Low Rate of Fare to Portland, Ore.,
On account of the National Convention
Travcllets Piotectlve Association of
America, Pottland, Ote., June 3td to
7th; the Supteme Lodge A. O. U. W.,
Portland, Ote., June 10th to 20th, 1002,
the Lackawanna raihoacl will issue
First Clas lound trip tickets for $70.30
on sale good going May 26th to June 7th
Incl. and for return passage to reach
original starting point not later than
60 days fiom original date of sale. See
Depot Ticket Agent for particulars as
to stop-over privileges routes and train
A. R. Encampment Gettvsbuic-.
Pa., June 4th and 5th.
For the above occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna raiiioad will sell
first class tickets to Gettysburg and
leturn at regular one way fare for the
lound trip good going June 1st to 5th
inclusive with final ituin limit June
7th. Chlldien between the ages of 5
and 12 years one-half the adult fare.
Intel collegiate Regatta, Ithaca, N.
Y., May 30th.
For the above occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna ralhoad will sell
first class tickets to Ithaca and return
at legular one way fare for the lound
ttip. Tickets will bo sold good going
May 29th and 30th limited for return
to May 31st, Children between the
ages of 5 and 13 years one-half the
Low Rates to Ithaca, N. Y., and
Return via the O. & W.
Theie will be a college regatta at
Ithaca, N. Y., on May 30. The Ontario
and Western will sell round trip ticket
ai me rare one vvuv. m tenets will be
sold and good going May 29 and 30,
good returning to May 31, Inclusive,
Mih. Amy Coolbaugh, of Mooslc, re
turned home Saturday, after visiting
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, D, J, Rob
erts. Geoigo Boitiee woh slightly Injured
Tuesday by being thrown fiom his
wagon. As ho wus returning home
fiom Scianton, his horse beenmo fright
ened by a rtittlesnuke and inn uway.
Several snow squalls visited this sec
tion of tho country yesteidoy.
The inembeis of the Giand Armv of
the Republlu fiom this place attended
memoilal service in the Methodist
church at Dalevllle last Sabbath,
Mr. Stoker, of Nantlcoke, who suc
ceeds Mr. Sherman In the baiber busi
ness here, has moved his family Into
the house formerly occupied by Mrs.
Ktnlly Travis, deceased.
Mr. and Mis. Isaac Blesecker visited
fi lends In Scranton Satin day und Sun
day. Piesldlng Wder J. F. Warner will
pi each Thursday evening In the Metho
dist Kplscopal church.
Mr. and Mis. S. J. Hornbaker went to
Scranton on Tuesday to view the
Knights Templar parade, but did not
take pait In the festivities In the even
Miss Stella and Kdna I.eVan ate vis
iting their uncle, Mr. Thomas Stout, of
Mr. L J, Schoonover was a business
caller In Wllkes-Uane Wednesday.
Miss Ella King left yesteiday for her
home, after spending four months In
Miss l5thel Rogets leaves today to
spend her vacation at her home In Cen-
Mr. and Mis. W, ft. Mauneis, of
Main stieet, attended the Knight Tem
plet' ball ti the armory on Tuesday
Tho html examination will be given I
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
Mere Thin Four Llnet, A Cents Ut Etch Estrt Uns.
I'Olt IU2NT-8lx-room honsi with till
mortem improvements til imi uaruoiu
KOft ItENT- No. 500 Dudley Hlrcet, Dun
wore, Pa., ten looms, finnlslted or un
furnished; all modern Impiovcmonts: wide
porches and fine lawns, fruit, garden plot,
convenient to all ti olley lines. Call or ud
drcss D. K. Barton, 521 West Drln'ter
stieet, Dumnorc, Pa.
BArtN FOR nnNT-12. Apill 1st. three,
box and three single stalls nnd wash
lark, rear of 324 Madison avenue. In
quire at (11 Madison avenue.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
FOirTlKN",r-XTea1iic'f in-nlshed i oom
ovei looking Court House Squure. Alt
modern conveniences. References le
qulicd. InqUlic 019 Spruce street.
FOR RUNT A furnished room on Vine
stieet, between Madison and Monroe
avenues. Address T. T., Tribune office.
TOR RBNT-Ono furnished room, with
Improvements; also one on thhd floor,
cheap, t.27 Adams avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, modal n
improvements; private family: gen
tlemen ptefetrcd, at K7 Adams avenue
FOR RENT-Finnlshcd loom;
bath. 02" Linden strept.
FURNISH11D ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas and bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, at K59 Adams avenue.
FOR SALK Two-seated suitev cheap,
first class condition. Inquiie M0 Lacka
FOR SALK CHKAP A nlnc-year-old bay
maie; weight 1,250; thoiough, sound
and veiy gentle. Will sell at a baigain.
411 Penn avenue.
FOR SALD All the buildings at 601 and
611 Lackawanna avenue, to be lemoved
fiom the premises. Bids received until
May 31. Call at ofneeyor fuithcr Infoi
matlon. The Lackawanna Iron and Coal
FOR SALD First-class 3-hot sepower en
gine, 5-horsepower vertical noller.
Kunz & Moore, C03 Cedar avenue, Scran
ton LIGHT your home, chinch, cottage, hotel,
etc., with acetylene gas. Cheap as
ketoscne, better than electricity or coal
gas Safe. Write. Inspect our plant.
Philip J. Vettcr. b2i Adams avenue.
PIANO FOR SALE-Almost new; used
less than five months; elegant uptight
piano; will sactlflce. Call day or even
ing. 324 Ftanklin ave.
JU8T ARRIVED with 40 horses; good
wotkeis and drlveii; weight lroni 1,100
to 1,700; spveial closely, matched teams;
can bo seen at 334 Raymond court. F.
TOR SALE-Hand silk douhlcrs. New.
Bumf Old Bros.. Paterson, N. J.
AUCTION SALE of household goods, 417
Olive stieet, Thuisday 10 a. m.
WANTED A tenant for furnished reM
dence, IbW Madison avenue, for tho
summer. Inquiie M. Chapman. No. 7,
Wanted Rooms and Board.
WANTED Two communicating rooms
with boatrt, ptivate family preferred.
Two ladles and a gentleman: stato full
partirulats Address C. IT. D, Tribune
Board and Rooms.
VERY DESIRABLE suite of rooms with
lit st class table boaid, can bo obtained
at i13 Jefferson avenue.
WE SELL tickets and checks to all parts
of Europe. Consult us befoie puiohiis
Ing transportations. Wo will ravo vou
money. Union Ticket Agency, "0i Lacka
wanna avenue, Scianton, Pa Opposite
Wanted To Rent.
WANTED ROOMS-For two adults, thieo
or four rooms, f mulshed or unfurnish
ed for very light housekeeping, first Moor
picfcned. Address M. 13, Tiibttne office.
WANTED Furnished house of four or
flvo rooms for housekeeping. Address
A. G. E , Trlbuno office.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. Wrlto for our special mar
ket letter. Free on application. S. M.
Hlbuatd & Co., members N, Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange. 44 nnd 46
Broadway, Now York. Established 1864.
Long Distance 'Phono 23SS Bioad.
Money to Loan.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amounts fiom
$10 00 to $500.00 on household futnttuie,
pianos, horses and rariiages, the prop
erty lemalns undisturbed In your possess
ion, giving you tho use of both the money
and the property. Loans made to suit
the borrowers convenience for any petlod
fiom one to twelve months. Loan can ba
paid In weekly or monthly Installments.
We glvo you the ptlvllege of paying tlto
loan at tiny time, so that vou only pay for
tho time you keep it. We make a $10.00
loan just ns promptly as we do a largo
one. It costs nothing to make applica
tion. Wo ate only too glad to give you
full Information regaidlng our now meth
od of making this class of loans, Our
offices aie eentially located and com
modious, Pilvote offices for ladies, Ad
vances made on storage watehouse io
celpts, SCRANTON LOAN GUARANTY CO..
207 Wyoming ave., 2nd Floor.
'Phono No, 28X
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO I.OAN
Qulek. stialght loans or Building and
Loan, At fiom 4 to C per cent, Call on
N. V, Walker, 311.315 Connell building,
Lost Strayed Stolen.
LOST A diamond biooch, nt, or near,
Lyceum, to or fiom South Side. Re
wnid, 4JS Cedar avenue,
LOST Between Scianton and Piovideuce,
a blown giip with stiup around it,
with caipot layet's tools, Rowaid will bo
given to tho tinder that returns It to J,
Scott Inglla' caipet stote, Lackawanna
LOST Tin ee keys on a, ring, clthor on
Penn avenue, Spruce stieet or Wash
Ingtun avenuo; a lowuid of icturned to U,
Uliiil, 1J7 Penn avenue.
LOST A ladles' gold 'valch, a llhoial
luwaid will bo given If i etui pod to
Hotel Ten ace.
LOST-$. between Pack Lumber Co.,
East Market street and Presto torlan
chin ch. Reward If icturned to office of
Peck Lumber Co
RHEUMATISM-AII parties that wUh
can i speedily and peiniauciitly cuied
of all varieties of Rheumatism by a. v ego
table compound; cures guaranteed. In
qulio or addies3 J. E. Taylor, Scianton.
by Prof. J. C. Taylor, of Scianton, In
the high school on Monday, bcginnlns
at 0 o'clock.
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED-20 moulders and Ei bricklay
ers. Apply No, U Piatt Place.
WANTED-A huge boy at Gel son's mil
linery. Help Wanted Female.
WANTED A housekeeper, must bo a
good plain cook; references leqllhed.
Apply nt 1010 Washington nvcntie In pven
Ing. or .27 Connell building.
WA NTflb-AN expeilencrd cook, Caii
1006 Linden street, city.
WANTED FOR U.S. AHMV-At.ln-hndled
unmarried men between ages of 21 and
3i! citizens of United States, of good
character and lempeiato habits, who can
speak, lead and wilte English. For In
I pt matlon apply to Recruiting Officer, No.
121 Wyoming avenuo, Scianton, Pa,
WANTED A position as coaeiiman by
sober, married man; one who thor
oughly understands the cute of hotses
nnd willing to do any kind of work
around house. Call or addicss H. Van,
610 Latch street, Dunmoie.
SITUATION WANTED-By bov of 17,
with three ycais' cxpeilenco In inuilo
store; wishes similar position or ono In
furnltute stole. Addicss E. B., Tribune
SITUATION WANTED-To go out sew
ing or unv kind of woik by the day.
Address 549 Noith Uncle Park avenue.
SITUATION WANTED-By a competent
glrl.as cook or general housewoik.
Call at 306 Franklin avenue, city.
SALESMAN wants position of anv kind
of store wotk; had seven yeats cxpeti
encn in shoe business. Address A. J. C,
Ti Ibune office.
A Fine Single House
All Improvements Electric Lights,
Large Lot, Gteen Midge.
M. H. HOLQATE. Commonwealth Blag.
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homes In
upper Green Ridge; choice neighhyi
hood; most desttable locality for home
in Lackawanna county. J. A. Marviue,
1736 Sandeison avenue.
NflTinn Ih hiMnhv clven that wc shall
sell to the highest bidder at public
sale, June 9th, 1902. nt 10 a. m , at the
Sheriff's orrtce in Scianton, Lackawanna
County, for the benefit of whom It may
concern, thieo ( shares of the prefeired
stock of the Dr. Hand Condensed Milk Co.
WELLES & TORRE Y, Solicltois.
NOTICE is hereby given that an appli
cation will bo made to the Governor of
Pennsylvania on Monday, the second dav
of June. 190.', by A. W. Jackson. A. V.
Duffy, P. H. Kuiflleh, II. B Reynolds
and Geoige S. Atkins, under the Act of
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sjlvania. entitled, "An act to provide for
the incotpoiation and legulatlon of cer
tain incoiporations," approved Apill 2"t.
1S74, and the supplements theteto for tho
chatter of an intended coi potation to be
railed "Tho Perfection' Welding Com
pound Company," the chaiactcr and ob
ject whereof Is to manufactute nnd sell a
seetct compound for the welding of steel
nnd malleable lion, nnd for these puiposes
to have, possess and enjoy nil tho tights,
benefits nnd pilvileges of said Act of As
sembly nnd Its supplements
WALTER S. BEVAN, Solicitor.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING. C. P. A., 21
Traders' Bank building Old telephone.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B .
Real, Estate Exchange Bldg , 126 Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
It. L. HARDING. Str. CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 726 CONNEf.L
DR. C. E. ElLENBERGER. PAUL!
building, Sptuce stieet, Scianton.
DR. C. C, LAUBACH, 113 WYOMING ave.
WILLARD. WARREN & KNAPP. AT
torneys and Counsellois-at-Law, 00.1 to
b!2 Conuell building.
JESSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors - at - Law. Commonwealth
Building. Rooms 19, 20 and .i.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-HW,
Board of Tiade Building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank building.
A. W. BERTHOLF. OFFICE MOVED TO
No, 211 Womlng avonue.
r A T r ITC United States
Trade Marks and Labels legibluied. The
only licensed Patent Att'ys In Scianton,
Hcploarlc & Co.. JWears Bldg.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 125 AND 127 FRANK
lin avenue. Bates leasouahle,
P. ZIEOLER, PioprlPtor,
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L & W,
Passenger depot, Conducted on thn En
lopean plan. Victor Koch. Piopijetor,
A. B. BRIGCS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cets pools.; no odor: only inipt icd
pumps used. A. II. liilggs. piopilotor.
Leavo ordois 1100 Noilh Main avoniie.
or Eli-he's ding stoie, coiner Adams and
Mulbouy. Both telephones.
JOSEPH Kl'ETTHU REAR 511 LAOKA.
avo Scranton, mtis. of Wlto bcreons.
MEGARGEE BROS. PRINTERS' SUP
piles, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, IW Washington avenue.
THE WILKES-BARRK RECORD CAN
bo hud In Sctanton ut tl.e news t-Uiul
of Relsman Bios., 40iJ Spnico and 50.1
Linden: M. Not ton. 3.'2 Latkuwu-ma
ave.; 1. S. BthuUer, 211 Spruce sliest.
3 Insertions 25 Cents
Mar Tan Pour Unit, Centiler BechBstrs Mm.
gECy.oy THE BOARD OF COMMt
Sj'ONJJRS OF PUBLIC GROUNDS AND
WILLIAM A. STONE. T. i,. MYnB.
n. b. harWberoii. 8"lnA
PROPOSALS for" furnishing Stationary,
. Fuel nndothcr supplies.
In compliance with the Constitution and
the Inwo of the Commonwealth of Pohn
sylvniila, we hereby Invite sealed pronas
als, nt pi Ices below maximum rates fixed
In schedules, to furnish stationery, fuel
nnd other supplies for the severnl de
pal tments of tho Btate government, r.nd
for making lppnlrs In the sevetal depart
ments, and for the dlsttlbutlon of the
publlr documents, for tho year eafllns? the
first Tuesday of June, A. D, 1103.
Scpatate proposals will bo received and
separate conttnets nwatded as announced
In said schedules. Each proposal must
be accompanied by a bond, with at !eat
two sin etles or one surety company, ap
proved by a Judge of the court of com
mon ploas of tho county In which the
person or porsons making such proposal
may icsldc, conditioned for the faithful
performance or the contract, and cd
diess"d and dollveted to the Board of
Commlsuloneis of Public Ginund and
Buildings before twelve o'clock M of
Tuesday, the 3id day of June, A. D. '190.',
nt which time tho pioposals will b
opened nnd published In the Reception
Room of the Executive Department at
Ilnulsburg, und ccmtinets awaided ns
sorm thereafter as tanutliable.
Blank bonds and schedules containing
all necessary infot motion can bo obtnt led
at this department. T. L. EYR,
For the Boatd of Commissioners of
Public Grounds nnd Buildings.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank
of Scianton, 119 Wyoming avenue', rf
Luckawannu County, Pennsylvania, at
tho close of business May 22, 1901:
Cash on hand $ 93.104(0
Checks and other cash items .. ll,r.26 !6
Due fiom banks and bankers... 21."..'i06 11
Loans and discounts 1,401,475 05
Investment secuiltles owned,
Stocks, bonds, etc.. $382,77.1 02
Moitgnges 23,201 81
Real estate, fuinltuic and flx-
tutes 97,439 70
Oveidinftsi 438 6T,
Miscellaneous assets 12,634 7.1
Total $2,113,102 16
Capital stock paid in ., $ 250,000 0)
Siuplus fund 230,000 00
Undivided piofits, less expenses
and taxes paid 50,937 1'
Deposits subject to
check $6U,b3.l OS
Deposits, special 998.4S4 48
Demand ccttlficates of
Deposits 79.479 28
Ceitlfled checks 30100
Cashiers checks outstanding.. 529 24
Due to banks and bankers 199,973 h
Dividends unpaid 56 2i
Total $2,443,402 16
State of Pennsylvania, County of Lack
awanna, ss :
I, CHARLES W. GUNSTER, Cashier of
the above-nabed bank, do solemnly sjeir
that the above statument Is true to the
best of my knowledge nnd belief.
(Signed) C. AV. GUNSTER. Cashier.
Subscilbed and sworn to before me this
twenty-fourth dav of May, 1902.
(Signed) ROBT. J MURRAY.
Mv commission explies at the end of tha
session of the state senate. '-
(Signed) JAMES J. AVILLIAMS,
P. M. JORDAN.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
SCRANTON SAVINGS BANK
of Scranton, No 120 and 122 Wyoming ave
nue, of Lackawanna County, Pa at tha
close of business May 22. 1902. ,
Cash on hand $ 37.(1". ?
Checks and other cash items.,.. 5,22! M
Due fiom banks and bankets... 21b,7i.) fl
Loans and discounts 1,357,781 .9
Investment secuiltles owned, '
Stocks, bonds, etc.. $977,376 77
Moi tgages 11,873 00
Real estate, futnituio nnd fl-
tuies 53,1M 01
Ovcidtafts 370 .'4
Miscellaneous assets 652 74
Capital stock paid in $ 300,000 no
Suinlus fund 250,00)00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 47,381 .t'?
Deposits, subject to
cheek $ 2.)J,8.'.2 97
Deposits, special 2,009,37f h6
of deposit 1500000
Certified checks 0,101 71
S.Sb.1 314 Si
Cashier's checks outstanding. ., 2V-0
Total $2,li0.C9.S "t
Stato of Pennsylvania, County of Lack
I. H. C. SHAFER. Cashlor of thn above
named bank, do solemnly sweat- that the
above statement is true to the best of mv
knowledge nnd belief. '
(Signed) II. ('. SHAPER, Cashier.
Subscilbed and swoiu to befoie me thh
twenty-sKth duy of May. 1902.
(Signed) WATSON BROWNING.
My lominl-xlnii exphes June IS, 1903.
(Slgped) S B. PRICE.
A. B. BLAIR,
GEORGE II, CATL1N.
REPORT Or THE CONDITION OF THE
Tith Guaranty and Trust Co.?
of Scranton. Pennsylvania, No, 135 Wash
ington avenue, ot Lac-kuwnnna County,
Pennsylvania, at the close of business
May 22, 1902:
Cash on hand $ 41,434 SI
Checks and other cash Items,... 2,6 It
Due from banks and bankers,, 29,09S 8.'
Commercial and other paper -i
owned I'O.CGl ;: i
Call Joans upon collateral , 6t,,T0 on
t'lino loans upon collateral
Investment secuiltles owned,
Stocks, bonds, otc..$?74,2V. 10
Moitgages ,... 4-i.oiu i.
Real estate, fuinltiilo and fix-
Ovetdl lifts , ,. ,
MMtt IMHIMMM 317 S9
LIABILITIES. J J J "
Capital stock paid In $ SOO.OftO ol
Undivided profits, (ess expenses K:
and taxes paid ,., ,, 15,4M t$
Deposits, subject to ,
check $l,tl)l,32 36 r
Deposits, special ,,.. 10,000 00
Total '..',$1,SI7,02 04
Amount of titii't funds Invest- , ,
cd '.,$ 40,148 tri
Amount of tiust funds iiiiIim r,
vested 3.217 SS
Stato of Pennsylvania, County of Lack
J, FRANK L. PHILLIPS, Treaburer ul
the above-named conipuny, do tnpmnl.v
swear that the above statement Is tun
to tho best of my knowledge and holler,
(Slsned) 1 L. PHILLIPS.
Subsri Ibcd and swotu to befoiu me thh
twenty-seventh duy of May, 190.'.
(Signed) E. L. CLARKE.
INotuilal Seal. Notaiy Pubtto
Commission expires Jan. 15, Iw,
(Signed) L A. WATRES.
HENRY A. KNAPP.
W. F. HALLSTEAD.
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