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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1002,
Special to the Scranton Trltumc.
"- Fnctoryvillo, June 2. Tho funeral nf
the lato Qarrlck M. Maynard took
plnco last Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Captain K. J. Itlco post,
Grand Army ot tho Republic, having
charge' of the services. Interment was
at tho Everrrrr-en cemetery.
A new timetable went Into effect
timidity on the Lackawanna, road.
There Is a sllsht chance In the mall
train's time, both north and south
bound, and the local Sunday trains arc
put on again. Tho most Important
change for this place, and the one thnt
will bo appreciated most by the resi
dents of this town, Is tho one making
this station a Hag station for No. 7,
which leaves Scranton at 11.10 p. in.
and arrives here at 11.41. This gives
our business men and others a chance
to spend the evening In tho city and
still arrive homo at a seasonable hour.
Now let this train be well patronized,
In order to show our appreciation of
the accommodation by tho company.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Warren, who have
been quite seriously 111, are reported
as being somewhat better, as Is also
Walter N. Manchester.
Miss Nolllo Green, Mrs. C. W. Dean,
Mrs. Charles Oakley and Mr. and Mrs.
It. H. Holgato composed a delegation
that are at Gettysburg, In attendance
at the state convention of the Grand
Army of the Republic now In session
at that place.
The Lackawanna company Is build
ing a large reservoir, 40x60, by 10 feet
deep, on the north side of the road,
above the station, which will furnish
water for two cranes from which the
engines will take water. The water
will bo supplied by the Nokomls Water
company, of this place.
Our neat little station has received
a fresh coat of paint this spring, and
twq new signs have been placed on
each end of the station, making signs
on three sides, and it ought not to get
lost now. City water will also be
placed in the station.
The entertainment last Friday night,
given by Hie Ladles' circle ot the
Grand Army of tho Republic, at the
Methodist Episcopal church, was a de
cided success and strictly up to the
standard. A good-sized audience lis
tened to It.
Mr. Hkrry Llsk is ill at the home of
his parents, on Grove street.
Mr. SHas Smith, of Mill City, has
leased the Llsk house and will take
possession at once.
The borough cnuncll has purchased
an Iron drinking fountain for horses,
and It will be cA-ectcd near the flag--pole,
opposite the postofllce. The No
komls Water company has very kindly
agreed to furnish water for tho same
free of cost to the borough. This will
fill a long needed convenience, as there
has been no watering trough for the
use of 'the public in the borough for
over a year.
Paulowna Rebekah lodge will meet in
regular session Tuesday night. They
will have Installation of officers and
other Interesting business.
The borough council will grind out
their regular monthly grist of business
next Wednesday night.
Canton ,Factoryville, No. 37 Patri
archs Militant, Independent Order of
Odd Follows, will hold their regular
drill and business meeting next Friday
night. All members are requested to
Special to llic Scronton Tribune.
Hamllnton, June 2. Mr. and Mrs. C.
B. Gale, of Scranton, were the guests of
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. II.
Simons, Sunday last.
Harold Wright and Miss Rule Wright,
of Scranton. have been visiting their
brother, C. K. Wright, for several days.
Miss May Walker, a student at the
Bjoomsburg State Normal school spent
Memorial day with hermother, Mrs. J.
'T. Stocker, of the East Side.
Mrs. G, W. Simons is visiting hcr
son,, William Leonard, of Cnrbondale.
Miss Laura Edwards has returned
home from Austin, Pa., whore she fin
ished a successful term of school. She
was accompanied by her friend, Miss
May Kelly, who will remain as her
guest for three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, ot Austin,
Pa., have been the guests for several
days of the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Edwards.
There are about fifty mules from tho
' various coal companies in tho Lacka
wanna valley being pastured In this
"Shut you mymm, opmn your mouth
ant aee what luck will bring you."
Tlie mother smiles at the childish
game, and doesn't realize that it is a
game she as a woman has perhaps
played for a great many years.
Mauy a woman is weak and sick,
nervous and discouraged. She suffers
from headache, backache and other ills.
She wants to be well, but all she does is
to bhut her eyes
and open her
mouth for medi
cine and trust to
luck for results.
7 month after
rear after year,
n this same
' blind, hap-hnzard
fashion, and re
' ceives no perma
Dr. Pierce's Fa
tion with their
eves open to the
fact that it cures womanly ills. It cures
Irregularity ,i It dries debilitating drains.
It heals inflammation and ulceration and
cures female weakness. There is no
trusting to tuck by those who use
Mv disease was (lfsnlacemeilt atld ulceration
Of the uterus, and I was in a terrible condition
with pain and weakness and had given up all
nope of ever being well again," writes Mrs.
Harry A. Drown, of Orono, Penobscot Co., Me,
m Had doctored wltli four different doctors with.
in four months, and instead of getting better
was growing weaker ajl the time. I decided to
try your ' Favorite Prescription,' Golden Med
ical Discovery,' and ' Pleasant Pellets,' as I bad
heard of the mauy pure resulting jrom their
use, I bought fiv4 bottles and felt so much bet
ter after taking them that 1 kept on until I am
as.well as ever ia my life, and to Dr, Pierre all
the praise is due.
of his medicines.
X cannot .av euout.li in favor
of his medicines. Before I began taking your
medicines I only weighed one hundred and
tweniv Bounds. I now weiph one huudred and
sixty pound. I gained forty pounds in tlx
mouths. I shall 'doctor uo more with home
doctors, as it U only waste of money. I am now
in perfect health, thanks to Dr. fierce." i
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the
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vicinity. They nre causing considerable
annoyance by jumping the fences and
visiting the gardens mid planted fields
about the village. They also have a
great preference for ploughed ground
upon which to roll, and It requires an
exceedingly high and strong fence to
keep them enclosed.
Memorial day was observed by the
community nt large. The drund Army
men, with their fumllles, assembled nt
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows'
hall at 2 p. m. and listened to a very
Interesting address from Presiding
Elder Rev. J. F. Warner, after which,
to martial 'music, they marched to the
two cemeteries and decorated the many
graves of their deceased comrades. It
Is quite noticeable tho thinning of tho
ranks from year to year, tho past year
having added several more graves upon
which flngs and flowers were planted
and that number less familiar faces to
be seen In the ranks.
Mrs. F. A. Abbey was summoned to
the bedside of her sister, Mrs. C. A.
Nnuman, at Scranton. Mrs. Nauman
underwent a very serious surgical op
eration in the Lackawanna hospital,
Monday, May 26, for a deep-seated mal-
MOTHER GOOSE PUZZLE
She went to the fruiter's
To buy him some fruit.
And when she came back
He was playing a flute.
Find two human musicians.
ady, and her condition was considered
Special to (ho Sernnion Tribune. '
Hallstead, Juno 2. It Is stated that
the silk mill Mill start soon, under the
control of Paterson, N. J., operators,
who anticipate, putting an addition on
the same, and will employ about 300
Garrett Bogart, of Scranton, was ten
dered a serenade by the Hallstead Cor
net band, on Decoration day, at the
Hallstead Water company's office, on
Warren W. Preston, of the Blooms
burg State Normal school, is spending
his vacation with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G.-Y. Preston.
The Hallstead Cornet band, after as
sisting at the different cemeteries on
Memorial day, gave a fine concert on
the river lar ' for about two hours in
Van Gansbock Munger attended the
memorial services at Montrose and as
sisted in the singing.
Tho commencement exercises of tho
Hallstead High school will be held this
evening at the Baptist church. Admis
sion, 15 cents.
Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Aldrlcli, of New
Milford, spent Sunday with relatives in
Mrs, Myrtle Nichols, of Blnghamton,
is visiting friends and relatives in town.
John Humphrey, of Buffalo, bpent
Sunday in town.
D. W. Jackson nnd John Crook are
spending a few days In New York city.
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Chemberlln are
visiting Mrs. Cliemberlln's grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Brown, nt Kirk
wood. Miss Ellen Donovnn nnd Miss Mnud
IMcCnbe, who are attending the summer
Normal nt Now Milford, spent Satur
day and Sunday with Miss Donovan's
sister, Mrs. Peter Allen, on Chase nve
nua. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Tlngley, of New
Milford, visited nt tho home of his par
ents on Sunday,
Edward Humphrey, who hns been
spending tho past week with friends In
Ruffulo, returned homo Saturdny even
ing, Mrs, Lorenzo Davis, of Nicholson, is
visiting nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs,
P. It. Carpenter.
Miss Carrie Mead, of Blnghamton,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. Frances Mead.
Rev. Dalr, ot DaiiBvlllc, N. Y occu
pied the pulpit ot the Presbyterian
church on Sunday.
Conductors James Slmroll and Charles
Scnnlon nre home on a vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tobey spent
Monday with their daughter, Mrs.
Will Allen nnd Stephen Tlngley called
on friends In Now Milford recently.
Christopher Ayors, of Blnghamton,
called on friends on DuBols street, Sun
day, C. Burr Scott, of Blnghamton, spent
Sunday with friends here.
Thomas Clune, of New Milford, spent
Sunday In this place.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Springfield, June 2. G. P. Stang and
Orange Whitney visited Meshoppen an
SJIba Lott, hnd the misfortune to
smash the end ot one of his big toes
last week while at work In the quarry
which will Incapuoltato him for a cou
ple of weeks.
County Treasurer Leander Lott and
James M. Jeffers, of Montrose, wero
Visitors here last Tuesday,
Mrs. Stung of Lemon Is visiting her
son, G. P. Stang, lit this village,
Frank Robblns, one of the Erle'b pop
ular, engineers, has been visiting his
Blster, Mr. N. E. Travis, the past
week, tie departed for his home at
Susquehanna, Pa., on Saturday,
8. O. Culver was engaged over In Au
burn last week doing some painting nnd
The case against the Ilnwko Stone
company, brought by L. 13. Bnulor for
labor, Imb been decided In favor of
the plaintiff to the amount of 165.00.
Two games of .base ball have ntreaily
been played licr'o by local teams with
more to follow,
Tho band held their first Ice crcnin
fcstlvnl Saturday evening with tho re
sult of selling nil the cream purchased.
Another will be given Saturday even
ing next If the weather Is suitable?
A. O. Dunlup Is getting ready to
move his newly purchased property.
Before doing so there will bo some
paper hanging nnd other work In that
Stenson's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Is
billed to play here under its own can
vass, June 6.
Over at the Carlton home Miss Eliza
beth Taylor, a sister of Cordelia Carl
ton, Is lying very ill.
Supervisor James J. Bunnell has
lately been putting In two new bridges
In the village which nre a credit to his
skill. "Jim" con build a bridge when
he sets out to do it.
Special to the Scranton Trlbunj.
Dundaff, Juno 2. We are thankful
that Jack Frost and the snow storm
Inst week did but little damage to fruit
and vegetation In this section, although
water froze to the depth of a quarter of
an inch. N
Quite a number from tills place at
tended the exercises at Finn's hall at
Clifford on Decoration day.
The people of the Baptist church
held their monthly covenant meeting
on Saturday last at the church.
Mrs. T. W. Reeker is visiting friends
in the borough and vicinity.
The second district convention of the
Sunday sch'ool association that was to
have been held at the Methodist Epis
copal church, this place, on June 20,
has .been changed to June 19. Members
of the association nnd all Interested will
please take notice.
Mr. Sidney Finn and William Stevens
of Scranton, Pa., were in town on Sat
Seven large carry-all wagons passed
through here Saturday loaded with
young ladles and gentlemen, 'students
from Keystone Academy lit Factory
ville, Pa., en route for Crystal Lake on
a picnic tour. On their way back they
reported an elegant time. They were a
Jolly lot and made the borough ring
the little time they were here. We hope
they will come again.
Mr. Homer Pease, a student for the
ministry, at Keystone Academy, and
his brother, Clarence, called on , Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Wells on Saturday last.
Esquire E. E. Wells has boon suffer
ing for the past week or more with an
attack of rheumatism In his left lower
limb and Is obliged to use a cane to
Any amount of city boarders coming
every dny, but they are not the kind
we usually have. They are ' ot the
We expect soon to have three tele
phone lines In town, and we hope the
Our village blacksmith. Mr. S. B.
Lnmoreaux, Is getting to be an expert
at trout Ashing, Ho was out on Deco
ration day and came back with a well
niled basket, so he says, and we know
he has heard of George Washington
and his little axe, ant It must be so.
Special to the Scrnnton Tribune,
Nicholson, June 2. Mr, and Mrs. D,
W. Titus left this morning "for Punxa
tawney where they will visit their
daughter, Mrs, J. W. Osterhout.
Fred Williams and wife are visiting
their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hollway
Mi-B. C. B. Williams and her son,
Ralph, nlso Frank Baker nnd wife, all
of Scranton, wero entertained over
Sabbath by Mr, and Mrs. E, L. Bacon,
C. M. Marie was a caller at Brooklyn,
Pa over Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. H, B. Worden, of Whit
ney's Point, N, Y are. visiting Mrs.
N. L. Walker.
Grlflln Potter has purchased the old
Methodist Episcopal church which Is
soon to bo vacated by tho society. A
new church is In process of construc
tion. Mr, D, W. Titus, of Nicholson, Is vis
iting friends In the western part of the
state. ! ,
The death of Charles Green occurred
on Sunduy evening nt the family resi
dence on the West Side, ufter suffering
three weeks of paralysis. Deceased was
65 years of ager; Tho family camo hero
from SumtiiltvHle, N. Y., about sixteen
years ago, After u few years' resi
dence they removed to th'la town. He
Is survived by a wife and tho follow
ing children: Mrs. Annie Mybolt, of
SuminltvlUe, N. Y.i Fred, of Wyoming
state; Ernest. Adey, William, Clarence,
Frank and Viola. The funeral will take
place tomorrow afternoon. Services will
be at the house ut 2 o'clock. Interment
will be In Lupgcllffe cemetery.
Tho death of Patrick Tlguu occurred
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
- 4 Lines 10 Cents'
More Than Four Lines, 3ents (or Each Extra Llns.
FOR RHNT-SIx room Hat. with hath,
electili! light, gas ntnge, etc.! rout
reasonable. Address F. 11., Tribune ofllco,
DARN Foil ni3NT-$lA April 1st, thrco
box nnd throe slhclo stall and wash
rack, rear or 324 Madison avenue. In
nulru nt Oil Mndlxon nvrnuo.
Furnished Booms for Bent.
A DKSIItAHLM furnished roornT's bay
windows, onc-hnlf block fioin court
house. Address D. 1I Tribune ofllco.
FOR RENT-Ono furnished room, with
improvements! also ono on third floor,
cheap. 627 Adams avenue.
FURNISiIBD ROOMS for rent, modern
Improvements; private family; gen
tlemen preferred, nt K17 Adams avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished room; heat nnd
bath. C2." Linden street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas nnd bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, nt G39 Adams-avenue.
PIANO FOR SALE A chance seldom of
fered; party must snctillcc this week,
rcgurdlcsH of cost, elegant upright piano
used less than live months. Call 221
Finuklln avenue. .,
FOR SALE A stork of general merchan
dise in Wyuluslng borough, Bradford
county, Pa. A good chalice for some one
with a email capital to locate In an np-to-dnt'o
growing town. First class stock.
Good location: light, pleasant room. Will
either sell or rent store building. Ad
dress P. O. Box, hit, Wyuluslng, I'a.
FOR SALE For want, of use, my black
horse Idyl Duko, mark 2.16. Very tlno
road horse. F. II. demons, G93 Mears
FOR SALE-Hand silk douhlcrs. Now.
Bamford Bros., Patcison, N. J.
For Salo or Bent.
FOR SALE OR RENT-A 10 room single
house; all impiovements; large lot.
Inquire 1415 Cnpouso avenue.
Board and Booms.
VERY DESIRABLE suite ofTomrurwith
first clnss table board, can be obtained
at 333 Jefferson avenue.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED ROOMS-ror two auults, thrco
or four rooms, furnished or unfurnish
ed for very light housekeeping, first floor
preferred. Address M. B Tribune, ofllee.
WANTED Furnished house of four or
five rooms for housekeeping. Address
A. G. E., Tribune office.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. Willi) for our special mar
ket letter. Free on application. S. M.
Hlbbmd & Co., membera N. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange. 14 and 4G
Broadway. New York. Established 1SGJ.
Long Dlstnncc 'Phone 23S8 Broad.
SHIRTS Cl'T and made to order. Rooms
44 and 4li Burr building. II. W. Sykos
yesterday morning nl the home of his
sister, Mrs. Reap, after a painful ill
ness. Several months ago his arm was
amputated, on account of a cancerous
growth. Since then he hud declined
steadily and his death was a great re
lief from his sufferings. The funeral
will take place tomorrow afternoon at
3 o'clock. Interment will be In St.
M. F. Dommermuth and Edward
Bennett, of White Huven, spent Sun
day with friends here.
Tho funeral of the 2-weeks-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gelllskic took place
yesterday afternoon. Interment was In
St. Mary's cemetery.
Dr. Berge performed an operation for
the removal of an inner growth on Mrs,
James Munley, of Grove street, on Sat
urday afternoon. Her condition last
night was encouraging.
Nearly all tho firemen, engineers and
pumprunners obeyed the call of the
mine workers' committee asad left off
The commencement exercises of the
High school will bo held in Sarfefleld
opera house this evening. There will bo
Rlchard'Beer, of Vandllng, spent Sun
day with friends here.
Joseph Corby, who has been hero with
the Dayton Construction company for
several months, left on Saturday tor
Special o the Scranton Tribune.
Hopbottoin. Juno 2. Mr. E. 13, Tower
and daughter Clara, of Montrose, were
cnllors In town on Saturday last.
Miss Ida Smith, of Waveily, visited her
sister at this place last week,
J. M. Jeffries, of Montrose, was In town
C. M. Miller has opened a store In tho
building formerly used by W. E, Brown
as a moat market, with a full lino ot cof
fees, teas, spices and green truck.
Miss Illbbard 'and nloco havo returned
to tholr homo In Lestershlio after spend
ing a few days wlth'her sister, Mrs. J. II.
Tanner. Tho many friends of Mrs. Kato
McDonnld Tinner nro pleased to learn of
her return to this placo after an nbsoneo
of many ycnis. Mrs. Turner will occupy
tho house owned by L. P. Hell.
All nro anxiously watting for tho nnl
val ot "Uncle Tom's Cabin" which is to
be played here on Tuesday evening.
Memorial day was observed hero In
tho usual manner Friday afternoon.
Tho parade of tho various soclatles
formed at the Roaring brook bridge,
and marched to the cemetery where
appropriate services wero held, which
was followed by services In the Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows hall,
Those taking part In the parade were
as follows; Veterans of the G. A. R
I. O. O, F Sunday school children, and
the Madlsonvlllo drum corps.
Miss Buela Brown Is visiting her
brother, M, B. Brown, nt Bangor,
The Ladles' Aid society gave a 5
o'clock tea ut the home of Mrs, T, B.
Gardner Tuesday afternoon of last
week. A very enjoyable afternoon was
spent by nil present. '
Tho Sunduy school will meet Wed
nesday evening at 7 o'clock In tho
church to rehearse for "Floral" Sun
duy, Mr. Edward Wlce entertained the fol
lowing yqung ladles of Scranton ut
dinner Memorial day: Misses Sarah
Decker, Sue Kdwards, Penrl Edwards,
Elizabeth Thomas und Edith Morgan. ,
Mr, und Mrs. Holler and daughter,
of Scranton, have been spending several
days with friends here,
A farewell purty was given Mr, Sher
man last Thur3duy evening In tho I. O.
O. F. ball. j
Branch WANT Offlcas.
Want Advertisements Will Be
Becetved nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. 31.
AMiKRT SCHtirrZ, corner Mulberry
MreH and Webster avenue.
OUSTAV MCllKL, 65(1 Adams avenue-.
aEOntlB W, JKNK1NS, 101 South Main
KftED t. TERl'PK, 720 Cedar avenue.
OEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market street,
CIlAftl-KS 1. JONES, 1M7 Dlettson
1'. J. JOHNS, 020 Orccn nidec street.
O. LORKNZ, corner Washington ave-
avenue and M.irlon street.
W. II. KNKfFEb, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. a. bone & SON.
WANTED Gentle horsu for fnnr mnnlhs
lur pustule ana Keeping; ngnt party
can make satisfactory arrangements by
addressing F. II., Tribune office.
WANTED A small family to live with
me and board me. Rent free. Address
John Sriheuor, Brook street.
Help Wanted Male.
SALESMEN WANTED-Stnto salesmen
make $300 monthly, sells to merchants
only. No fake. Call and investigate.
Owen Hardman, Hotel Schadt.
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED Protestant woman ns house-
Kccpcr m widower's family of three,
two boys. State ugo when answering this
ad. Lock box K, Dunmoro.
CUSTOM SHIRT OPERATORS wanted at
uiiuu. iiuums 14 unci iu jiurr umiu ng.
II. W. Sykes &. Co.
WANTED A housekeeper, must be a
good plain cook; leferences required.
Apply at 1010 Washington avenue in even
ing, or 727 Connell building.
WANTED FOR U.S. ARMY-Ablc-bodted
unmarried men between ages of 1 and
3.1; citizens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits, who tan
speak, read and write English. For in
formation apply to Recruiting Officer,- No.
123 Wyoming avenue. Scum ton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED to take care and
clean offices; best of references given.
Address D. M., care COlli West Linden
SITUATION WANTED-To do ladies' and
gents wnsmntr, ny experienced laun
dress; terms reasonable. Address Mrs.
II. A., euro U01V4 West Linden street, city.
SITUATION WANTED-By a Welsh wo-
mnn n An iinv Trlnrl r .,. b- X1l..,nn
call or address, 21G Walnut street, DUn-
RELIABLE bookkeeper of seven years
'xpericnce. wouiu into situation. Ad
dress H HOS Wyoming avenue.
Money to Xoan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO T.OAN-
Quick, stiaight loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to 0 per cent. Call on
in. v. Yvnncer. sn-:,i3 connell building.
RHEUMATISM All parties that wish
can bo speedily and permanently cured
of all varieties of Rheumatism by a vego-
tunie compound; cures guaranteed. In.
quire or address J. E. Taylor, Scranton.
V DAdC DALL.
St. Louis taonoot'oo 4 S 2
Philadelphia 0 10 0 3 0 0 0 15 S 1
Batteries Powell and Sugden; Bust
ings and Powers. Umpire Connolly.
At Boston R.II.E.
Detroit 0 100010002 :i 2
Boston 4 00 0000 Ox 4 5 3
Batteries Miller, Mullen and MeGulro;
Dlneen and Urigcr. umpire Johnstone.
At Baltimore- R.H.E
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 S i
Baltimore 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 Ox-14 1G 1
' Batteries Strelt and Bernls; McOlnnlty
and Robinson. Umpires Cam t hers and
At Washington- R.H.E,
Chicago 0 0 000 0 00 0-0 4 4
Washington 3 0 3 1 0 0 2 1 x-12 12 1
Batteries Griffiths, Garvin and Mc
Farlnnd; Orth and Clark. Umpire Sherl
At Now York- R.H.E.
Philadelphia 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 2- li 12 1
New York 00000 0 100 IU
Batteries Iberg and Doolu; Dunn und
Yeager. Umpire Cantllllon.
Other clubs not scheduled.
AMATEUR BASE BALL NOTES.
Tho Ecllp&e. turned tho tables on tho
Tycoons by defeating them yesterday by
tho scare 6l 12 to 9. The honor of the
victory belongs to Harold Benson, lie
pitched a sure, stcudy gume, having live
f strike-outs and giving only two men their
bases on balls, it was this clever young
player who won the game for the Eclipse
by making a sensational double play In
the lust inning. Tho scoie;
Ecllpso ,,,,. 030S1030 0-12
Tycoons .,,..,,,,.0 05028000-0
Batteries Benson and Slatteryj Fed
rick, Hamilton and Houck.
The managers of tho following teams
nro requested to meet at the Times ofllco
Friday, Juno 6, at 7 p. m. uluirp, for tho
purpobo of organizing an umateur leuguo;
Young Scrautoiis, Lackawanna Jib,,
Crystals and Young Pino Brook Stars. 8.
Rublnon, manuger Young Scrantons.
D., L. AND W, BOABD FOB TODAY.'
Following is the make-up ot the
Delaware, Lackawanna Si Western
board for today;
TUESDAY', JUNE. 3.
Pushers 11.13 a. m., Moran; 7-30 p. m.t
Murphy; 9 p. m W. II. Barth.
'Gaffncy; 10 a. m,, Sccor; 4, SO v. m.. Stan-
3 Insertions 25 Cents
Mora Thin Pour Lines, o Cants for Each Bitn tin.
A Fine Single House
All Improvements, Klootrle Lights,
l.nrga Lot, Ureou ItldRO.
M. H. HOLQATB, Commonwealth Bid.
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homos in
upper Green Rldgo; choico neighbor
hood; most desirable locality for homo
in Lacknwanna county. J. A. Marvine,
173G Sanderson avenue.
Lost Strayed Stolen.
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN-A cow,
body red; white scar on forehead;
without horns; from Miirslrwood. A lib
eral reward offered for Its return to Moo
sic Mountain Coal Co., Marshwond, Pa.
LOST Ladles' gold watch. Wullham
manufacture, attached to a silver Hour
do lis chatelaine pin. The finder will ho
suitably rewarded by communicating wltli
or notifying J. M. Robinson, 712 Harrison
LOST A ladles' gold watch; a liberal
reward will bo given if returned to
FILE OF SELECT COUNCIL NO. 11, 1801.
Establishing the Grade on Certain Por
tions of Providence Road, South of
Court Streot, Paving said Street from
the Northerly line of Court Street to tho
Northerly lino of Tripp Street with
Stono Block Pavo on Sand Base, and
for the Construction of Improvements
Thereon, Including a Retaining Wall,
Section 1. Bo It ordained by tho Select
and Common Councils of the- City of
Scranton and It Is hereby ordained by tho
authority of tho same, that the grade of
Providenco Road south of the north lino
of Court street be and the same Is hereby
established in accordance with tho profile
prepared for the same by the Department
of Public Works, and thnt the said street
bo graded to conform to the said profile.
Sec. 2. That certain Improvements des
ignated and described on the plans and
specifications on tile in the Department of
Public Works, Bureau of Engineering, be
made, constructed and performed on the
said Providence Road.
Sec. 3. Immediately upon tho passage
of this ordinance the Director of tho De
partment of Public Works shall advertise
for scaled proposals for tho performance
of said work and shall require bidders to
enclose with each proposal, cash or certi
fied check for $75.
In caso the bidder to whom tho contract
shall be awarded omits or refuses to en
ter into a contract for tho work within
twenty days from the date thereof, tho
said $75 accompanying his proposal shall
bo forfeited to the use of the City of
Scranton. Tho City reserves tho right to
reject any and all bids.
Sec. 4. The contractor shall be paid for
the work performed nnd tho material fur
nished within fifteen days ufter the com
pletion of the same, and Its acceptance by
tho Director of the Department of Public
Sec. 5. The contractor shall ho allowed
forty days in which to complete the
work, and if not completed within the
specified time, a penalty of five dollars
per day shall bo charged the contractor
for each and every day thereafter that
tho work remains uncompleted.
Sec. 6. In case the contractor omits or
neglects to pay for labor or material fui
nished by any person or persons for tho
construction of said Improvements, the
City hereby reserves the right to pay
such claims and to deduct the samo from
any moneys due the contractor for said
work from tho City of Scranton.
Sec. 7. All of said work slialUbe done
under tho direction and subject to the ap
proval ot tho Department of Public
Sec. 8. This ordinance shall not bo bind
ing nor take effect until after tho pro
perty owners abutting on tho s.ald im
provements shall havo filed with tho De
partment of Public Work3 a full icleaso to
the City for any damages occuring by
reason of the said improvements.
Sec, 0. Tho cost of said Improvement to
tho extent of seven hundred and fifty dol
lars is to bo, paid by the Scranton Rail
way Company as per written agreement
attached hereto and the balance. If any,
is to bo paid out of the appropriation for
repaiitug streets in the Second Ward..
AVhereus. the Citv of Scranton contem
plates making certain Improvements on
Providenco Road, between Court nnd
Tiipp streets, In tho Second Ward, con
sisting of retaining wall with fence, stono
block pave, etc., as shown on plan and
profile attached hereto.
And, Whereas, tho Scranton Railway
Company Is desirous that such Improve
ments bo made.
Therefore, In consideration of the bene.v
fits which will result to the said railway
by reuson of tho said improvement, she,
the Scranton Railway Company, hereby
agrees to pay tho said City of Scranton
upon thocompletlon of tho salrt Improve
ments asshown bv ths certificate of tho
Director of tho Department of Public
Works, the sum of seven hundred and
fifty ($750) dollars.
All of said Improvements to bo made In
accordance with tho plans and specifica
tions prepared bv tho Engineering Depart
ment of Public Works, a copy of tho plan
and profile of which nro attached hereto.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Scranton
Railway Company haa caused these pres
ents to bo executed the 22nd day of April,
A. D Mfll.
SCRANTON RAILWAY CO.
Frank Sllllman, Jr.. General Manngor.
Passed Select Council. Mnv '. 1901.
C. K. CHITTENDEN. Presidout.
Passed Common Council. Mav 23, 1001.
P. K. CAI.P1N. President,
Attest: M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Schcdulo in Efltct June 2. 1001.
Tiains Icaie Strantoni 8,38 a. in., week days,
through vestibule (lain from Wllkes-Uarro. Pull
man buBet parlor ear anil coiuhes to I'hiladel
phla, ia t'ottsvllle; stoia at minclpal Interim
Slits stations. Abo connects (or Suubury, iUf
rtiburs, Philadelphia, lultimorc, Nashlujtoq and
lor PitUbure and die wut.
0.38 a. m., week dajs, for Sunbury, Harrlibure,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washlngtou and Pitts
burg and the west. ,,..
l. p. m., week days (Sundays, 1.53 p. m.),
for Sunbury, Harrisburir, Philadelphia, Uijtlmore,
Washington and Pittsburg and the west.
S.U8 n. in,, week davtf, through vestibule train
from Wllkes-Oarre. Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to I'hlladelpbla via fotttvule. Etops
at principal Intermediate stations '
4.27 p. in,, week days, for lUileton, Sunburjr,
Karrlsturg, Philadelphia and Pittsburg,
J. U, HUTCHINSON. Oen. Mgr.
, J, D. WOOD, Ocn. Pass, Agt.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect November SI, 1001,
Trains (or Carbondala leave Scranton it 0.20,
8.00, S.W, 10.13 a. in. 12.00, l.i'J, 3.31, S.it,
B.20 fl.JJ, 7.57, 0.15, 11.20 p. pi.i 1.31 a, m.
Vox llonesdale tl.SO, 10. 10a. in.; t.3i and 5.2
I'or Wilkesnarrc-8.38. 7.4S, 8.41, 0.SS. J0.U
a. m. 12.0J. 1.4.', 2.13, K-23, i.tt, CIO. 7.48,
10.41. 11.30 P- m. ,
Kor U V, 11. . PolnU-8.38, d.Si . m. 8.18,
t.27 and 11.30 p. in.
For Pennsylvania It. It. roints-0.33, 0.3S a.
m.; l.U, 3. id and 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 0.S0 a, m.
and 8.52 p. in.
For Csibondalc 8.60, 11.8J a. m.j 8.31, 8.51,
8.(2 and 11.17 p, to.
For WilLcsBarrc 0.S3 a. m.; 12.03, 1.53, 8.28,
8.32 and 0.17 p. m.
For Albany and points north 3.53 p. si.
For Honeidale 8.50 a. m.;and 8.53 p.-nv
W. I. fllVOB, O, i a., Scranton, Pa.
KOnuBJBuhctftyu rt.VMt hrt we aha t
.i.!t..t0 ift? M?het bidder, at publlo
S'," ?tnc.1 '". Scranton, Ickawanna
S; fr tho benefit of whom it may
E?n.fw,' .t.hre WXU'wwn of tho preferred
slock of tho Dr. itand Condenaed Milk Co. ,
AYBLLEB ft TORREY, Solicitors.
Certified Public Accountant
EDWARD C. 8PATTI.D1KO. O. P. A 23
No'"i$r8' c""l building, old telephone,
FREDERICK L. DROWN." ARCH B
Real Estato Exehungo Bldg., 1st Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. IIARDINQ, S15 .CONNELL BLDO.
iTEVBJtfSON & KN1Q UtHm 'cONNBLli
DR, C. E. EILENBEROER, PAULI
, building, Spruce street),' Bcmnton.
DR. C.vC. LAUBACH; 115 WYOMING avav
WILLARD. WARREN & KNAPP, AT
torncys and Cotinscllprs-at-Law. 603 to
612 Connell bulldlntf. .' ,
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors - at - Law. Commonwealth
Building, Rooms 10, 20 and 21.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Board of Trudo Building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON &. WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank building.
A. W. BERTHOLR OFFICE MOVED TO
No. 211 Wyoming avenue.
. " ' " Secured.
Trade Marks nnd Labels registered. The
only licensed Patent Att'ys In Scranton.
Reploarle & Co., Mcar Bids.
Hotels and Bestaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK.
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. Z1EGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. & W.
Passenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan. Victor Koch. Proprietor.
A. B. BRIGqS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor: only improved
pump3 used. A. B. Brlggs. proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue,
or Eicke's drug store, corner Adams and
Mulberry. Both telephones.
Wire Screens. ' ,
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAR 511 LACKA.
ave., Scranton, mfrs. of Wire' Screens.
MEGARGEE BROS.. PRINTERS' Sup
plies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, ISO Washington avenue.
THE WILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo had in Scranton at tho news stand,
of Rclsman Bros., 406 Spruce and SOS
Linden: M. Norton, 322 Lackawanna
ave.; I. S. Schutzer, 211 Spruce street.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect Juno 1, 1902.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
At 1.50, 3.20, ti.05, 7.50 and 10.10 a. m.; 12.40,
3.40, 3.33 p. m. For New York and Phila
delphia 7.60, 10.10 a. m and 12.40 and 3.35
p. m. For Gouldsboro At ti.10 p.- m. For
Buffalo 1.15, 6.22 and 9.00 n. m.; 1.53, 6.30
and 11.10 p. m. For Blnghamton, Elmira
and way stations 10.23 a. m., 1.03 p. m
For Oswego. Syracuse and Utica 1.13 and
6.22 a. m.; 1.63 p. m. Oswego, Syracuse
and Utica train nt U.2J a. m. daily, except
Sunduy. For Montrose 9.00 a. m.; 1.03
and (i.no p. m. ' Nicholson accommodation
4.00 nnd 6.15 p. m.
Bloomshurg Division For Northumber
land, at 0.33 and 10.10 a. m.: 1.53 and 6.10
p. m. For Plymouth, at 8.10 a. m.; 3.40
und 9.03 p. m.
Sunday Trains For New York, 1.50, 3.20.
6.03. 10.10 a. m.; 3.40 and 3.35 p. m. For. '
Buffalo 1.15 and 6.22 a. m.; 1.55, 6.50 and
11.10 p. m. For Elmira and way stations
10.25 a. m. Bloomshurg Division Leave
Scranton, 10.10 a. in. and 6.10 p. ra.
Lehigh Valley Bailroad.
In effect May 18, 11)02.
Trains lc.ivo Scranton.
For Philadelphia and New York via D. & IT.
It. R., at 0.38 nnd 9.33 a. m., and 2.1S, 4.27
(Biaik Diamond prciia), und 11.30 p. m. Sun-:
days, D. & II. It. It., 1.5S, 8.27 p. m.
For White Ilnvcn, Ilazlclon and princ(pal point!
in the coal regions, via V.) k II. It. It., 6.38, 2.11
and 4.27 p. m. For I'ottsvtllc, V.33 a. in., 2.13
For Bethlehem, Kaston, Heading, Harrlsburg,''
and pilncipal Intermediate stations, via D. & II..
It. It., n.i8, 0.!!S a. m.i 2.13. 4.27 (Dlack Dia.,
mond Uxpress), 11:39 p. in. Sundajs, 11. & II
It. B., 0.8 a. m.i l.to, 8.27 p. in.
For TiinUiannocic, 'lonanda, Elmira, Ithaca,
Geneva nnd principal intermediate) stations, via
D., I. & W. 11. It,, 6.35 a. m. and 3.40 p. in.
For Qeneva, Itoiheiter, Dullalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago and all points ucst. vin D. k II. R. R.,
7.18, 12.01 a. m.: B.2S (Ulai-k Diamond K.
piess), 7.48, 10.11, 11,30 p. In, Sundays, D. St H,
it. It., 12.0J, S.27 p. in.
Pullman parlor and eepins or Lehijrh Valley
Parlor cars on all trains between Wilkes-Barr
and New Vorl., Philadelphia, UuITalo and Suspen.
HOLI.I.S' II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt., 28 Cortland
stieet, New Toil;,
Cll.MtLL.S S. Li:C, Gen. Tau. Agt., 26 Cortlantl
street, New York.
A. W. NONKMACIIER, Dlv. Tass. Agt., Soutla
For tickets and Pullman reservations apply ta
city ticket otllcc, to Publlo Square, Wilkes-Barrt,
' BEADING SYSTEM.
Central Bailroad of New Jersey.
In Meet May IS, lOOi.
Statlnii3 In New York, loot Liberty street and
South l'cny, N, It.
Tulns li'Ue fauanlon for New York, Phil,
dclphlu, KJatou, Ilclldcheiii, Allrntoun, MjucIi
Chunk, White llaien, Ashley, Wllkca-llJirfl. and
l'ittbton at 7.30 a. m., 1 p. in. and 4 p. in. bun
day, 2.10 p. m.
iju.ikcr L'lly lliprrw leaes hnanton 7.30 a. m,,
through solid ustlhulo twin ulth Pullman Buffet
Parlor far for J'liUadglplda wltli pnjy one thansa
of cuts for llaltlmorc and Wa.lilriKton, I), v., and
all principal points naulli and west.
For Aoci, I'ittoton and Wllkcs-liarrc, 1 p. m
and 4 p. in. Sunday. 2.10 p. in.
For Lone Brunch, Ocean Urote, etc., 7.30 and
For Reading, I.ebinon and Harrlsburg; via Al
Icntown at 7.30 a. m,, 1 p. ni. and 4 p. ra. Sun
day, 2.10 p. m. .
For Tamaqua and I'ottsvllic, 7.30 a. m., 1 p.
in. and 4 p. in.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at station.
W. (1. IIKHSI.KR, (Jen. Manager.
O. M. BURT, Ucn. I'asj. Agt,
New York, Ontario and Western.
In Effect Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1001.
leave lva, Anlvi
Trains. Scranton. Carbondale. Cadosla,
No l ..,,....10.30 a. in. U.lOa. in. l.oop. m.
No" j ;,,:.. 0.10 p. m. Ar. Carbondale 6.40 p.
I"' ' "' bOUTll HOUND,
Leao Leave Arrlv
Trains. Oadosla, Carbondale. Scranton.
Ko b ., t 7.00a,m. 7,40 a. ra.
Ko 2 ........ 2- P- " 00 P- "' '.40 p. riC
SUNDAYS OhLV, NOH'lll BOUND. v
Leave V?. rf'W
Trains. Scranton. Carbondale. CadojU.
Ko o 8.30 a. m. 0.10 p. m. !MSa. m.
So K ,,, T.MP- m- Ar. Carbondale 7.40 p. .
Wo. iiimi" solJTll BOUND. r
Leave Leave Arrive
Trains. Cadoala. Carbondale. Scranton.
Nn, e ,,, 7.00 a.m. 7.40 s.m.
No. 10 450 p. m. 8 06 p. in. 8.45 p.
Trains No. 1 9n cck days, and 0 on Sundays,
make main Una connections for New York city,
sliddletov.n, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Oawtfo
and all points et.
For further Information ccniult ticket anntav
J. IA ANDEUbON, O. V, A., New Yerfc
. E. WELSU, 1'. P. A., gcrutoii, Pa, (
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