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THE .SORAN'JCON RIBtJNE--SAURDAY JULY 20, 1902. .
Special to the Scrnnton Tribune. ,
Honeadnte, July 23. Henry Z. Itus
bell was in New York on business the
past few days.
The indications nro Hint Wnyno coun
ty will furnish a good apple crop, this
Mrs. Parker ond son, Weston, and
daug,,;r, Mqlllo.of Patcrson, N. J.,
nrd Itlng iionosdnlo relatives.
't school directors of Honesdulc,
thU morning, selected from the twenty
five applicants. H, A. O'Dny as nrln
ttpal of the Honesdulc schools. Mr.
O'Day sor.vcd as principal of the schools
ni Athens, PH., and Is a young man
of much promise.
MUs Bertha Finn, who has been
spending the past month with rela
tives In Honcsdalc, returned to her
homo In scrnnton, Thursday evening.
Saturday will be a field day on the
grounds of the Golf club. Mrs. J. D.
.Weston and Misses Irene L. Tlbbcts
and -Antoinette S. Durlnnd will serve.
People areanxiously waiting for Hie
Wayne bounty Development company
to make developments promised, that
thoy mcj know If the Dyborry Valley
Is in ths oil belt.
The Honcsdalc Llcdorki'nnss will have
n parade and open air concert Tuesday
evening next. The lrdsic will be fur
nished by the Maph-.Clty band and the
Black Cat quartette. They will also
furnish music for the excursion to Lake
Lodore, Wednesday morning.
Mlss Mabel Newklrk, of New York
c. v. is the guest of Miss Grace A.
Coi on Third street.
Th: Sday evening, July 31, the Odd
FelldwAof Honcsdalc will meet In
Freedom hull and celebrate in honor of
William Weise, who was made an Odd
Follow fifty years ago.
Horace T. Monncr Is down by the
Iseu, taking a two weeks' vacation.
Zenas H. Russell has returned from
h. western trip. A cousin, Mrs. James
W. Burnliam, of Horneilsvllle, accom
panied him here.
Editor Henry Wilson, of the Hones-'
'dale1-Citizen, .and daughter, Eva U, arc
at Norwich, N. jY., for a week's stay.
Base ball'- thfs Saturday afternoon
on silk mill ground, Honcsdale vs., Tay
I- " .
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Hawley, ,July 26. Lc'roy R'olllson was
a guest of relatives here this week.
Mrs. A. L. Sultzman and child, of
. New York city, are the guests of Dr.
Wand Mrs. Fritz.
Alfred W. Walkoy, of Scranton, and
Miss Angela Orcc, of Matamoras, are
guests at" the home of W. C. KmtDP
John Crane is filling the position of
William Bea in Snyder's pharmacy,
while, the latter is spending his vaca
tion at Big nond. ,
At the Methodist Episcopal church,
on Wednesday at noon, occurred one
of. the prettiest weddings of the sea
son, when Lcona, the daughter of Mr.
and. Mrs. Milton Kimble, was united in
marriage to Cordon II. .Wheeler, of
Massllon. O., formerly of this place.
.The bridal party was led by Rev. S. C
feimpkln and Rev. 11. D. Minch, w'
took places on either side of the altar.
Then came the groom, followed by his
Pest Jnan, Manley Ammermnn, of
Honesdale, and the ushers, Russel
Walj, Marcus Tuttle, Bert Kimble and
Charles Lange, und four bridesmaids,
theMlsses Dunn, Mao Geary and Emily
Wheeler. The bride entered on the arm
of her father, who gave her away. The
ceremony was performed by Rev.
Simpkins, and prayer was offered by
He v. Mlnch.
E. P. Varcoe wont to Gettysburg with
Company E, of the Thirteenth regi
ment. Miss Evans, of Scranton, attended
the Wheeler-Kimble wedding, Wednes
day. About one hundred friends of little
Bessie Boland were entertained at. a
birthday party last Saturday.
Speclnl to the Scranton Tribune.
Hopbottom, July 20. Miss Belle War
ren', of Scranton, is the guest of Miss
Mrs. O. D. Roberts spent Thursduy
with her sister, Mrs. E. D. Bell, in
Mr ,and Mrs. James Jeftcrs and son,
Fred nro enjoying a week's outing at
Cozy Nook cottage.
Mrs. E. M. Tiffany entertained the
following- guesU. Thursday evening:
Rev. L. Lewis, Miss Inola Dunbar, Mr.
and Mrs, S. E. Loomls, Mr. und .Mrs.
Joseph Tiffany, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Miss Daisy Smith entertained at tlio
Valley View' house, on Wednesday
evening, Miss Alta Finn, Miss Bollo
Warren, Miss Myrtle Phillips, G. A.
Roberts, x. ji, Kimi and John Blsbee.
me Junior union will servo ice cream
on Miss Ida Sterling's lawn, Saturday
Mrs. V'lltnrd Ballou has returned to
her home Jti KIngslund, Maine.
Mrs. Warren Whitney, who hat been
visiting friends at this place, will leave
for rqnnont the first of tho week, ac
companied by her husband.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Bell are spend
ing a few days with relatives In Nichol
son. Miss Belle Taylor spent Wednesday
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Uniondalo, July 26, Mr, and Mrs.
Arthur Foster and children are visit
ing friends In Thompson,
Mrs. Hnyden, of Philadelphia, is vis
Itlne nt the home of Frank Huydon.
Miss Edith Spoor, of Thompson, was
entej-tulncd by her parents, over Sun
day, Mrs. S. S, Coloimm Is slowly recov
ering' after a severe attack of Illness,
Rev. H. J", Crane Is In New Milford,
repulrlng his barn, which was badly
dumuged by wind,
Mr, und Mrs, Brady, of Scranton, are
spending their vacation with Mr, and
Mrs. I. p, Norton.
Mr. and Mrs. F, Z. Carpenter nro
entertaining Mr. Berry, of Carbondale.
Rev, p. D. Jenkins and daughter,
Marjorle, have returned after a visit
with relatives in White's Valley,
The IJplondale band will hold an ice
cream social on Davis' (awn, Saturday
--TTf ,Tjr" tin remedy that cures a cola (u ouo laj
evening, July 26. Good music will bo
ii in in tm i i
Special to the Scrnnton Tribune.
Hnllstead, July 23. Miss Winifred
Tlngley, of Cohocs, and Miss Ltlllc
Tlngley, who have been spending the
summer at Harford and Gibson, ar
rived at their homo In Hnllstead today.
Milliard's Cornet band will give an
other of their fine concerts and lee
cream festivals this evening at West
Ray Carden, of "Glrard college, Is
spending his Vacation with his grand
mother, Mrs, James E. Krum. "
Mr. and Mrs. Ira B, Preston, who
have been visiting relatives ut Nor
wich, Schlnevus und Coppcrstown, have
Rev. John A. Davis, of Lestcrshlrc,
N.Y., will preach at the Baptist church,
Sunday, both morning and evcnlngTHc
will also address v the Young Men's,
Chrlstinn assoclutlqn meeting, at the
rooms at 5.30 p.' in.
Miss Hnttlo Tlngley, of Brookdulp,
Is visiting at the hoe of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Tlngley. '
, Bert Read, of, New Milford, called on
his parents yesterday.
Miss Fuller, of Blnghamton, Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Decker.
Frank Alymer will have charge of
the Yoke Fellows' band at the Young
Men's Christian association, Sunday
monllng at 9.30 o'qlock.
D.' W. Hill, of Blnghamton, was a
business caller In town, Monday.
Miss Lena Brown, of Elmira, Is .visiting-
relatives .ahd-frlcnds-ln town.
The ladles of the Presbyterian church
were entertained by Mrs. L. E. Tiffany
and Mrs. William Barnes, at the home
of the latter: Ice cream and cake were
Special to tlio Scranton Tribune.
Nicholson, July 23. A large number
assembled at the laying of- the corner
stone of the new Methodist Episcopal
church this evening. Rev. Van Cleft,
of Waverly; Rev. Austin, of Foster,
und the presiding' elder.Rev. Mr. Sweet,
of Blnghamton, who made appropriate
remarks suitable to the occasion, con
ducted tile exercises.
Florence Buck, of Blnghamton, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. D. Pratf
After spending a week with her par
ents, Mrs. John- Bailey has returned
to her homo at Harrisburg.
Mrs.' William Werkheiser, who hud a
enncer removed recently, is still in a
Mrs. F. E. Benjamin's sister irom
Ashley is visiting friends here.
Special to the Semnton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, July a. Tho Triton base
ball team will tfo to Montroso on Tues
day to play a game with the Montrose
team. It is expected mat u large num
ber of our citizens will accompany tho
team on Its triu.
Mr. Eacrun: tho real estate agent of tho
iLoliieli Viillev company, was here on
AVodnesday and had a talk with somo
of our business men concerning tho lo
cution of a proposed creamery on tlio
company's land near tho depot. The site
was selected and the matter will bo dis
cussed with tho oillciulsof the company
by their representative. If the location
is granted, tlio matter of erecting tho
necessary buildings will bu taken up at
once by the board of trade, and there Is
good reason to believe that the project
will be successful.
Aaron Brown ami family are at At
Tlio Methodist Sunday school will hold
n picnic in Dana's grove, on tho west
side of the river, on Friday.
Professor William Wood nnd wife, of
Southold, L. I., are spending the summer
with the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
The ball game on Wednesday between
the Tritons and tho Stafford and Train
men team, of Wllkes-Barrc, was won by
tlio last mentioned team by a scoro of
5 to 1.
Jesse E. Slckler, of Falls, the. young
man who was admitted as mi nttornoy
here at tho Juno term of court, was a
visitor In town on Wednesday. Since be
ing -admitted hero Mr. Slckler has taken
an examination beforo tho law exam
ining board nt Scranton, tho result of
which is yet to ho learned. It is his in
tention to open an offli-o at Scranton if
successful In passing there.
Mrs. Byron Blakcslco and daughter nro
visiting friends at Dcckerstnwn, N. J.
Mrs. ' Jams I.chr, of Easton, is tho
guest of her mother, Mrs. Evallno Gear
hart, on South Warren street.
Tlio ladles of J. W. 'Reynold's Women's
Relief corps held -a picnic nt Lake Wl
nolu on Thursday.
Assoclato Judgo Frank M. Vaughn, of
Mcshoppcn, was transacting -business In
town on Wednesday.
Squire Sampson, of Baltimore, Is visiting-
relatives at this plneo".
William E. Stark, of Scranton, was
cnlllng on friends in town on Wednesday,
All mercantile licenses were duo on
July 1, and the law makes It tho duty
of tho county to s-40 for all licenses re
maining unpald'iiftcr ten days from that
date. Quito a number .of dealers oro in
arrears in tills county, and the treas
urer will soon commence to collect it
they uro not paid.
Special to tho Scrnnton Tribune.
Brooklyn, July 23. O, 51, Doloway,
Misses Joblo and Jessie Dolowny and
Iiernlco Doran visited Slontroso Wednes
day, Sirs. Velmer Lathrop and children, of
Philadelphia, are visiting friends in
J. B, Stephens, of Montrose, was a
caller In town Tuesday. Mr. Stephens is
much Interested In our telephones.
Three new 'phones h.ivo been placed
during tho' past wcelc at J, J. Austin's,
II, W. Boper's and W. A. Stephens,'
Tho straw ride last Friday evening was
nulla successful notwithstanding the
rainy weather. Two Jolly loads drove to
tlio homo of Andrew Kent, whero re
freshments were sorved and games' in
dulged in until about midnight, when
thoy again enjoyed (?) a struAV rldo homo
In the rain.
Miss Daisy Fish will entertain a com
pany of young people at her homo to
night, Dancing will bo tho chief amuso
nient. Mrs. Fraik Fish returned to her home
In Blnghumton Sunday after visiting
Mrs. Eliza Benjamin, of Illinois, is
spending somo time with frlonds hero,
She expects to make her homo in tho
The Methodist Episcopal Aid meets
wth Mrs. Corson this vycek Thursday.
I'd signature. 1b on every bos ot the gonuln,-
Excursion Via New Jersey Central
on August 1, 1002.
Fare for adults, $5.00j fare for chil
dren, $2.30. ItoUnd trip tickets on snlc
at stntlons mentioned bctoW and good
going on special train, schedule of
which follows, or on any regular "trnln
on nhovo dntc, nml good to return, on
regular trains on or before August 11.
Special trnln leaves Wllkes-Barrc, 8.30
it. in. j Hnzlc street, 8.32 n. ,m.j South
AVIlkes-ttnrre, 8.34 a. m.j Ashley, 8.38
a, m.j Laurel Run, 0.07 iv m.i Penob
scot, 3.20 a. in.; White Haven, 0.42 n.
m.; Leslie Run, 0.51a. m.i Ponn Haven
Junction, 10.14 ii. in.: Munch Chunk,
10.30 ii. in. W. G. Dealer, general man
ager; C. M. Burt, general passenger
951.25 to Salt Lake City and Return
via the Lehigh Valley Bollroad.-
On account of . the Grand Lodge,
Benevolent and Protective' Order of
Elks meeting at, Salt Lake city, Utah,
August 12-14, "the Lehigh Valley rail
road will sell round trip tickets 'at the
rate of $31.23 good going August 6th,
7lh and 8th, good for return passage to
and Including September 30th. Tickets
goqd on all trains except the Black
Diamond express. Consult Lehigh
Valley ticket agents for further In
Biennial Meeting,Knights of Pythlasf
San Francisco, Cnl, Aug. 11-22.
For tho nbovc occuslon ticket agents
of the Lackawanna railroad will', sell
special excursion tickets to cither Ran
Francisco or Los Angeles and return,
at rate of $G(5.25, from Scrnnton, dates
of sale, August 1 to 9, with final return
limit to reach orlglnnl starting point,
not later than September 30. See the
Lackawanna ticket agent In reference
to stop-off, authorized in either direc
tion; also variable routes and side trips.
Sunday Excursion to Glen Onoko and
Mauch Chunk, via the Lehigh Val
ley Bailroad, July 27. j
Special train will leave Wllkes-Barre
at S.25 a. m. Fare -for tho round trip:
Adults, $1; children, 75 cents. Switch
back tickets will be sold on the train.
Consult agents for particulars.
S66.25 to San Francisco and Los An
geles, Cal., and He turn via the Le
high Valley Bollroad.
On account of the biennial meeting,
Knights of Pythias, at San Francisco,
August 11-22, tho Lehigh Valley rail
road will sell excursion tickets to San
Francisco and Los Angeles, Cal at
$65.23 good goingAugust 1st to 9th, In
clusive, good for return passage to Sep
tember 30th, good on any train except
the Black Diamond Express. See Le
high Valley ticket agents for further
The Silver Lake Assembly, silver
Lake, N. Y., July 29-Aug. 21.
For tho above occasion special ex
cursion tickets may bo purchased via
the Lackawanna railroad to Silver Lake
and return, at rate of $7.l!0 from Scran
ton. Tickets will be on sale July 15th
to August 21st, inclusive, going limit
date of sale, with linal return limit to
Sept.1 1st, 1002, Inclusive. Children be
tween the ages of 5 and 12 years at one
half adult rate.
$5.00 Atlantic City $5.00.
On August 1 tho New Jersey Central
will run their eleventh annual excur
sionknown ns tho Bed Men's excur
sionto Atlantic City. Fare, rive dol
lars, and tickets good for ten days, ex
clusive of day or sale. Special train,
will leave Scranton at S a. in., stopping
nt Taylor, Moosle, Avoca, Pittston,
Yatesvillo, Miner's Mills, Parsons and
Wllkes-Barrc. One hundred and flfty
pounds of baggage checked through to
Atlantic City, free of charge. For list
oChotels, boarding houses, or any ad
ditional information, apply to ticket
agents, or to J. S. Swisher, district
passenger agent, Scranton, Pa.
Knights of Pythias Meeting-, San
The Nickel Plato railroad will sell
August 1st. to 10th. Inclusive, special
excursion tickets, Buffalo, N. y. to San
Francisco and return at rate $62.00,
good returning to Sept. 30th., account
above meeting. Best accommodations,
fast time, lowest rates. See nearest
agent or write n. E, Payne, general
agent, 201 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
To points all through tho West xn
Nickel Plato railroad. Lowest rates,
best accommodations. Through tourist
car service, lluest coaches. Club meals
35c to J1.00, also meals a la carte. See
nearest agent or write It. 12. Payne,
general agent, 2S1 Main, street, Buffalo,
FOR THE LITTLE ONES. Cut out tho pictures appearing on this pago each
day, draw a pencil murk around tho hidden object, bhvo them until Saturday,
then send them, or tnlco them to Tho Tribiino ofllco In an envelope, uddrcsaed to
"PiizbIq Department." Enclose In tho envelope your iinmo, ago and address. Tho
hoys and girls who correctly murk tho six pictures appearing during tho week,
nnd whore answers nro first received, will havo their names published .in The
Tribune Monduy morning.
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General Mercer receives his mortal
wound, Find Major Jewls, In whoso
arms he died, and the Quaker maiden
who nursed him. 4
SICK MADE WELL
WEAK MADE STRONG
Marvelous Elixir of Lire Discover
ed by Famous Doctor-Scientist
That Curc'sEvcry Known
Wonderful Cures Arc Effected
That Seem Like Miracles Per
formed The Secret of Long
Life or Olden Times
The Remedy Is Free to All Who
Send Name und Address.
After CJr nt patient etuii-, and nelvlnx into
tho dusty record nf'tlic p.ut, bi well as follow,
hilt luotletn experiments in tlic realms' of ineilt
cnl science, Dr. .TamcA W. Kidd, 1C7.1 Il.illcs
building, Fort U'n.uic, Ind., makes tlio
startling announcement that he Ins surely dls-
Dlt. JAMES WILI.IASi KIDD.
covered the elixir of life. That lie Is able
with tho aid of a mysterious compound, known
only to hlmsell, produced as a result of tho
vears he has spent in Benching for this precious
lllc-glvlng boon, to cure uny and every dUeao
that is known to the human body. There Is no
doubt of the doctor's earnestness In making his
claim and the remarkable cures that he is dally
elTectlng 'seems to bear him out very strongly.
Ills theory which he tidwim-es Is uno or reason
and based on sound experience in a medical prac
tice of many years. It rosts nothing- to try his
remarkable "KlKIr of l.ilc," as he calls it, for
he sends it tree to aiijonu who rs a auftcier, in
uHlcUnt quantities to convince ot its ability to
cine, to there is absolutely no risk to run.
Some of the cures cited are very remarkable, and
but loi reliable witnesses would hardly l.e credit
ed. The lame have thrown auay crutches and
walked about alter two or three, trials of the
lemedv. The sick, irlven 'up by hoiiie doctors,
have been iestoti;d to their families and friends
in pcrtect health. llhcuiii.itiin, Hemaltfla, stom
ach heart, liver, kidney, b'-'Ul and skin diseases
and' bladder troubles til" -as by magic,
ltcadjches, backaches, nt. . ,Cs, levers, con
slicnptlun, coughs, colds, asthma, cltnirli, bion
chitis and all uffeetluus of the throat, lungs or
any vital uigaus aie easily overcome in a space
of time that is simply marvelous.
Partial paraljsis, locomotar ataxia, dropsy,
gout, sciofula and piles aie quickly und perma
nently icmovcd. It purifies the entire system,
blood and tissues, restores normal nerve power,
ciiciilation and a state of perfect health is pio
duced at once. To the doctor all systems aie
alike and equally affected by this great "Ulltir
of Lite." Send for the lemcdy today. It is fuo
to every surtoier. State what you want to be
cured of and the suie remedy for it will be sent
you tree by return mail,
At Baltimore first game It.H.E.
Chicago 0 1 001 55 2 1-15 IS 4
Baltimore 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 0-4 (i 7
Batteries Patterson and Sullivan;
Howell nnd Yeager. Umpire Johnstone.
Second game B.H.E.
Chicago 0 0 00 1300 0-4 0 2
Baltimore 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 x 5 0 1
Batteries Grimtli. Gnrvln and McFar
rell; Wiltso and Yeager. Umpire John
stone. At Washington- B.H.E.
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 5-0 7 1
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 123 0 2
Batteries Jos;s and Beniis; Orth and
Drill. Umpires Caruthcrs and Connolly.
At Boston R.H.E.
St. Louts 0 0 0030 0 00-'3 4 3
Boston 01140000X 6 9 2
Batteries Harper and SiiKdenj Sparks
and Warner. Umpire Sheridan.
At "Boston- 11.H.E.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 4 4
Boston 1003 0000X 4 9 0
Butteries Dpggleby and Doqln; Plttln
gor nnd Moran. Umpires Eason und
At New York- R.II.E.
Brooklyn 0 0 10 0 0 0 10-2 7 1
New York OOOfl.OOOOO 0 9 2
Kltson and Fiirrcll: Cronln and Bres-
nahan. Umpire Emsllc.
At Chicago R.II.E.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 3 1 o o 2- 6 10 2
Chicago 0 0 00100001 5 3
Batteries Phillips and Bergen; Mene
fce and Kllng. Umpire O'Day.
St. Louls-Plttsburg; not scheduled.
Jersey City. 10; Toronto, 0.
BufTulo, 3; Providence, 2.
Newark, G; Montreal, 1.
Rochester, 4; Worcester, 0.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WMF
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Only Half a Ont a Word.
BranoTi WANt OfflcH.
Want Advertisements Will Be
Received at Any of tho follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT SCHUI.TZ. comer Mul
' berry street and Webster avo.i
OU8TAV PICIIEL, ISO Adnnw
GEO. V. JENKJNS, 101 South
South Scranton i t
FRED L. TERPPE. 720 Cedar
avenue. ' ,
North Scranton '
GEO. W. DAVIS, corner North
Mnln avenue and Market
street. - ,
CHARLES P. JONES, 1537 Dick
F. J. JOHNS. 020 Green Rldgo
C. LOnWJ55. corner Washington
avenue and Marlon street.
W. H. KNEPFEL, ion Irving
avenue. . ,
J. G. BONE & SON.
' Tor Bent.
FOlTR nlco front rooms;- steam heat and
bath; rent low; D2i Olive.
FOR RENT After September 1. eight
room house, till modern conveniences,
with steam heat free; good location;
rent moderate. Apply nt-Trlbuno ofllco,
FOR SALE A lino square piano. In ex
cellent condition. Stleff's make. Ad
dress Mrs. K., cai-o of Tribune.
FOR SALE 200 mineral specimens and
samples of rock carrying minerals;
also mineral deposit curiosities; must be
seen to lie appreciated. Reasonable. It.
Hughes, Carbondale, Pa.
FOR SALE A first class meat market.
Owner will work fou party. Address
131 vChcstnut street, Dunmore, Pa.
FOR SALE Parrots that talk, sing, and
danco; also a new lot of Cuban Par
rots; .all fine healthy male birds; three
montfis' guarantee. Bird and cape, $3.
Fox, 49 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia.
Wanted To Eent.
WANTED TO rent by a gentleman, two
unfurnished rooms, with heat and
use of bath. Box 500, Tribune ofllco.
A FAMILY of throo ndufts wants to rent
on October 1st a furnished or un
furnished houso of about seven rooms;
guarantee best possible caro of property;
references furnished. Address Lynd, caro
WANTED A small houso or flat, prefer
ably furnished, in desirable location.
To gain attention, stato terms. P, O. Eox
Furnished Booms for Bent.
Improvements; privato family; gon
tlemen preferred, at 537 Adams avenuo.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas and bath, gentlomon pre
ferred, at 539 Adams avenuo. .
LOTS, houses nnd farms for sale.
J. C. Ztirflloh,
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homos In
upper Green Rldgo; choice neighbor
hood; most dcshablrf locality for homo
in Lackawanna county. J. A. Marvltio,
1738 Sanderson avenuo.
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO I.OAN
Quick, straight loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to C per cont. Call on
N. V. Walker. 314-313 Connell building.
LOST Brlndle Boston bull terrier dog
with screw tall. Sultablo reward for
its return to 818 Jefferson avenue.
LOST Purse, Wednesday evening, con
taining sum of money and phonograph
bill. Liberal toward. Get owner's name
SEA LEg Ug7? OPOSALS.
SEALED PBOPOSALS will bo received
by tho excursion committee of Flro
men's Relief association at-their rooms,
221 Spruco street. Monday, July 2S, 11)32,
for furnishing refreshments for tho ex
cursion to Cranberry Lake, Aug. 17, 190.'.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo opened
in tho ofllco of tho City Recorder by
tlio Director of tho Department of Public
Works ut 3 o'clock p. m. on Mbnday.
August 4, 1902, for tho construction of
three (3) sewer basins In tho Fourteenth
ward, according to plans and sneclllcu
tlona on lilo In tho Bureau or Engineer
ing, Proposal blanks will bu furnished
by tho Bureau of Engineering and no
otlurs will bo accepted.
Proposals must bo liled'with tho City
Controller at" his ofllco In the City Hull,
Scranton, Pu,, not later than 2.3U o'clock
p. in. on Monday. Auptust 4, 19U2.
Tho city resorves tho right to reject
any or nil bids.
JOHN K. ROCHE, Director,
Department of Publlo Works.
EptcUl fo the Scranton Tribune.
Dlinock, July 23. Mrs. Dr, Struppler
nnd two daughters, of Scranton, urn
spending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Wurlclf.
Dr. Struppler, of Scranton, spent
Sunday with his family at this place,
The Lehigh Valley company Is chang-!
Ing their narrow gaugo Into a wide
gauge. Thoy have n, gang of men
hustling It right nlong. They nro put
ting the third rail down at present, und
raising and flllliig'lu the track.
Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Wanlck and Mrs.
Dr. Struppler and two daughters went
to Montroso to the, hag sule and sup
per, on Wednesday, '
Mr. and Mrs, John Struppler arc entertaining-
Mrs. Delanwter, of Elmlru.
Spoelalto tho Scranton Tribune,
Duryeu, July 23. Mrs. John Johns
and duughter, Mary, and son, John, are
spending a few days with friends in
Miss Sarah Brown spent Sunday with
friends in Scranton.
Interesting games of base bull are
being plave'd on th& Lawreneavllle
grounds tirVse days.
.Miss Vannle Atkinson Is in, Phlla-delphlu.
Accepted Tor Less
Than to Cents.
Help Wanted Male.
THE POCAHONTAS COUUIERICS COMPANY
air. A. J. King, Superintendent, with bituminous ,coal mines In tlio town of.
Pocnhontns, Tazewell County, States of Virginia, on the Norfolk and Wcsturtf Ball
way, wants somo good, experienced coal miners at once.
For pick mining nnd loading entry coal ,, no cents per car
I'or pick mining and loading room conl ...,,,. 75 cents per .car
For mining and loading miiclilno inulor-cilt entry coal .;70 cents per car
For mining nnd loading mnehlno under-cut room coal,...6S cents .per car 1
Inside ti'itcu hivm-s ,....:.!: ri In l2.'- nor ilnv
Insltln track layer helpers it. Ml to (1.75 per day
IiirMo timber men ' J-'.CHl per day '"-
Inside timber helpers ., -........;.... U.W) per day
Parties of-10 run procure speclnl tickets for JIO.7.1 for each person over th
Pennsylvania Railroad from Philadelphia to Pocahontas. Regular fnro for one
person alone, J1I.33. Arrangements can bo mado to advance tlio railroad faro to r4
Good miners will get regular cmployinent nnd good accommodations, as thai,
town ,of PocahontaH bus over 4,000 Inhabitants, , ,
POCAHONTAS CUI.L.I I'iUl i
J . -
YOUNG men wanted any distance, copy
letters, homo evenings and return to
lis. Wo pay $10 per thousand send ad
dressed envelope, particulars and copy.
F. M. C. Dept 68, Box 1411, Philadelphia
CIVIL Service Government .Positions
7,972 appointment mnilo botween July 1,
1001, and April 13. IMC. Only common
school education tcciulred for examina
tion. Cntuloguo of Information 'free Col
umbian Correspondence College, Wash
ington, D. C. '
WANTED At Flnley's. throo experi
enced dry goods salesmen.
WANTED Young man who understands
either bookkeeping br short-hand. Ap
ply by letter only, stating experlrnre.
references and Balnry expected. Footo
& Fuller Co,
Help Wanted Female.
YOUNG ladles wanted any distance, copy
letters, home evenings and return to
us. We pay $10 per thousand send ad
dressed envelope, particulars and copy.
F. M. C. Dept. 58, .Box 1111, Philadelphia.
HOSfB WORK-JGO monthly copying lot
tors; either sex. Send two stamps
for particulars. . Itlck's Supply Co., 5051
Halsteud Bt., Chicago.
SITUATION 'WANTED-By ft young wo
man In dining room; best of refer
ences. Address Kplia Blockberger, Oly
SITUATION WANTED-By a young man
as shipping and stock clerk; has good
habits and has a position at present, but
desires a change for good reason. Can
furnish good reference. Address H. C,
caro of Tribune.
$3,00 REWARD Package containing
bracelet and locket addressed Stephen
D. Engle, Hazleton, Pa. Georgo W. Finn,
rew 'phono 90S.
A RARE chnnco for parties with small
capital. Flno store room for rent,
with small clean stock of. general mer
chandise which will bo sold low to par
ties' renting room. Has been successful
stand for thirty years In one of best
manufacturing, towns In Pennsylvania.
No foreign population. This will pay you
to Investigate. Address Business, 125 S.
Front street, Milton, Pa.
STOCK AND WHEAT' TRADERS with
out delay. Write for our speciul mar
ket letter. Frco on application! S. M.
Hlbbnrd & Co., members N. Y. Consoli
dated nnd Stock Exchancc. 41 nnd 4li
-Broadway, Now York. Established ,1801.
ijong uismnco -t'nono ssss urona.
BOARDERS WANTED Will tako sum
mer boarders;- threo large airy roonis
and good tablo board. Address O. K.,
Board and Booms.
VERY DESIRABLE sulto of rooms with
first class tablo board, can bo obtained
at 333 Jefferson avenuo.
THE MODEL LAUNDRY, Dunmore,
launders shirts nt Sc. each and collars
and cuffs at l!c. each.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD'C. SPAUI.DING. C. P. A.. 23
Traders' Bank Building. Old 'phono 1SG4.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B
R(fnl Estate Exchange Bldg., 120 Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. L. HARDING, S15 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 720 CONNELL
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER, PAULI
. building, Spruco streot, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACII. 115 WYOMING nvc.
In nil f.ni,ntrli.s
1'Vin nnlt. llr.mia.wl nml nnnlnnnil n-.tnn.
solicitor In the city. No charge for In
formation on patentability: over ten years
Itcploglc & Co.. fllcars Bldfc.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK
Hit avenuo. Rates reasonable,
P. HIKGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & W,
Passenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan. Victor Koch, Proprietor.
A. B. BRtaOS CLEANS PRIVV VAULTS
and cess pools: no odor; only Improved
pumps used. A. B. Utiggs. pioprlotnr,
Leave orders UOO North Main nvoivao.
or Elcko's drug Btore, corner Adams and
Mulberry, Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUKTTEIi. REAR 511 LACKA,
nvo Scranton, mfrs.. of Wlro. Screens,
MEGARGEH BROS., PRINTERS' SUP
pllo3, envelopes, 'paper bags, twins.
Warohoufcc, Vi Washington uvenue.
THE WILKEti-BARRB RECORD CAN
bo had in Scrnnton at tl.o nows stand
of Rclsman Bros., 4W Spruco and 503
Linden; M. Norton, 3.'S Lnckuwanua
ave.i I. B, Schutzcr, 211 Sprucu struct, x
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Erie Bailroad Co., Wyoming Division
Trains leavo Scranton for Hawley und
local stations at 8.13 u. in., 1.3, &.2i) lllui
7,53 p. m. Sundays, at 9.00 u. in. nnd i:jr,
For New York. Honesdule and Inter
mediate points, at 1.35 p. in.
Trains urrive at Scranton ut S.30 a. m.i
3.09. 7.23 and 9.15 ji. n). Sundays, 1,00 p. m.
and S.15 p; m'. '
Only Half a Cent a Word,
f - - i
Help Wanted Male.
- - a tJuail'AWI, Mil Arcado Bldg.,,,Plilia,
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
' , In -Effect Jund 1, '1902. i
, Trains lenvo Scranton tor Now York
At 1.50. 3.20, .03, 7.50 mid 30.10 u. m.: li.40, ,
J.40r 3 35 p. m; For Now York nnd Phlla-j
dolphln-7.50. 10.1(1 d. iii.,-' and 12.40 and 3.3T
p. m. For Gotildsboro At 6.10 p. m. For'
Buffnld-1.13, 0-22 ami 9.M) a. m.: 1.53, ti.30
und 11.10 p. in. For Blnglmmton, Khnlra.
and-way stiitlons-10.25 S. m.. 1.03 p. m;
For Oswego, Syrrtcuso and Utlcn 1.15 and'
0.22 it. m.; 1.33 p, in. Oswego, Syracuse
nnd Utlca train nt (1.22 n. m. dally, except
Sunday.' For Montrose 9.00 a. m.; 1.03
and 0.50 i). m. Nicholson accommodation
-1.no nnd (U3'ii. in.
Blooinsburg Division For Northumber
land at 0.35 nnd 10.10 ..m.: 1.53 nnd 6.10
p. 'ni: For' Plymouth, at 8,10 a. m.i 3.4u
and i9.05 ,i. iii.
Sunday Trains For New York, 1.50, 3.20,
0.05, 10.10 'u. niii 3.40 nnd 3.33 n. m. For-Burnlo-1.13
nnd 6.22 ni m;; 1.53, 0.50 and
ll.io.p, m. For Elmira and way stations
io.2j a. m. For BInnhumton and wny sta
tions. 9.00 n. m., Blnomsbtirg Division
LcaVo'BcrUntoh, 10.10 a ,m. and 6.10 p. m.
Lehigh Valley Bailrbad.
In Effect June 13. 1902.
Trains Leave Scranton.
For Philadelphia and Now York via D.
&, H. It. R ut 7.41." through Parlor Car
and Day Coach .Carbondale. to Now Yprk.
and 9.47 a. m.. with L. V. Coach Carbon
dale to Philadelphia, nnd 2.18, 4.33 (Black
Diamond Express), nnd 11.49 p. m. Sun
days, D. &. H. n, R 1.3S. 9.17 p. m.
For White Haven. Hazlcton and princi
pal points In the coal regions, via Vi &
II. R. R., 7.11, 2.1S and 4.35 p. m. For
Pottsvllle. 7.41 n. m. '
For, Bethlehem. Enston, Rending. Har- .
rlsburg and principal Intermediate sta-
tlons. via D..& H. R. R.. 7,U.-9.47 a. m.;
2.1S, 4.35 (Black Dlnmond Express). 11,49 p.
m. Sundays. D. & H. R. It., 9.3S a. mt!
1.58. 9.17 p. in.
For Ttiukliannnck, Towonda, Elmira,
Ithaca, Geneva nnd principal Intermedial
stations via D., L. & W. R. R., 6.35 a. m.
and 1.55 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niag
ara Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. & ii. r. r 12.0.1 p. m.: 3.28 (Black
Dlnmond Express), 10.41. 11.49 n. m. Sun
days. D. & H. R. R 12.03, 9.17 p. in.
Pullman -parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
Valley Parlor cars on all trains hetweon
Wilkes-I'arro and Now York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo-and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN H. AVILBUR. Gen. Supt., 20
Cortland street. New York.
CHARLES S. T.EE. Gen. Pass. Agt., 26
Cortland street,- New York.
A. W. NONEMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Agt.,
South Bethlehem, Pa.
For tickets and Pullman reservations
apply to city ticket office,' 69 -Publlo -Square,
Central Bailro'ad of New Jersey.
Ill- Effect Juno .29, 1902.
Stations In New York, foot Liberty
street and South Ferry, N. IX.
Trains leave Scranton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Fasten, Bethlehem, Allen
town, Mauch Chunk, White Haven, Ash
ley. Wllkes-Bnrro and Pittston at 7.30' a.
m., 1 p. m. nnd 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7.30' a. m., through solid vcsttbulo train
with 'Pullman Btlfret;Paror Car for Phil
adelphia with only Tone change of cars
for Baltimore and Washington, D: C and
all principal points south and west.
For Avoca. Pittston and Wllkes-Barre,
1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m. '
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.,
7.30 and 1 p. m. ,
For Reading, Lebanon nnd Harrisburg
via Allcntown at 7.30 a. m., 1 p. m. and '4
p. m. Sundny, 2.10 p. m. .
For Tamnqua. and Pottsvllle, 7.30 a. m.;
1 p. m. and 4 p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BESSLER. Gen. Manager.,
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schedule in Effect Juno 16, 1902. K
- Trains leave Scranton: 0."S n. m., week
days, through vestibule train from
Wllkcs-Bane, Pullmnn buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, Via Potts
vllloi stops at principal Intermediate sta
tions. Also connects.- for Sunbury, Har
risburg; Philadelphia, Baltimore'; Wash
ington and for ritlshurg and tho West.
9.47 a. m.. week clays, for Sunbury. Har
risburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and Pittsburg and the West.
1.12 n. m., week days, (Suiiduys. 1.5$ p.
m.), for Sunbury. Harrisburg, Philadel
phia, Baltimore. Washington and Pltts
burB and tho West.
3.2S p. in., week days, thrmigh vestibule
train from AVilkes-Barro. Pullman buffet
parlor car end coaches to Philadelphia via
I'ottsvnie. aiops at principal intermedi
4.35 p. m., week d-iys. for Hazloton, Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Pitts-
K' J. B. HUTCHINSON. Gen. Mgr.'
J. B. WOOD, Gen. Pass. .Agt.
Delaware nncL Hudson.
Ill Effect Juno 10, ,1902.
Trains for Carbondale leave Scranton at
0.44. 7.31!, 8.30, 10,13 a. m.; 12.03, 1,12, 2.11,
3.311, 5.29, Oi'5, 8.21. 0.13, 10.01 p. m.; 12.1S,
1.3S a. m.
For lloncsdale-0.4l, 10.13 u. m.; 2.11 and
5.20 p. m. '
For Wllkcs-Barrc0.3S. 7.41. S.41. 9.47,
10.53 n. 111.: 12.U). 1,4.', 2.18, 3.28, 4.33, 6,10,
7. IS. 10.11, 11.40 i in. v
For L. V. It. It. Polnts-7.41, 9.17 a. m.i
mi! lor .....1 if .n .. ...
.n, -,,( i,,i, it,irf ., ....
P. "i, .I, . t, -.t,i
W. L. PRY.Oll, p. P. A), Scrarton, Pa;
Now Y.orh, pntarto' and Weistprn
Time Table In Effect Sunday, June 13, 1JM
NORTH HOUND TRAINS, i!
Leave Leavo Arrro
Trains. Bcrautnu. Carbondale. Cadnsta..
No. i , Ki.30 u. in. li.ioa.m. i.unp. m.
For Pennsylvania It. R. Points 63
9.47 U. 111.; 1.42, 3.2S and 4.33 p. in.
For Albany.-nud-nlljpuuits ,nprJJv-7.3a3u
m. and 3,0iJ.im iMiiw 'WsJiiU 2?
SUNDAi' TRAINS. -2-
For Corhoiidalo S.5ii, n.33 a, m.; 2,11,
3.50. 5.52 and 11.17 JI. m. , ' ' , . ;
For wiikes-B.-irro-9.as a, m.:, 12.03, 1JE,
3.28: (i.S2 and' 9.17 n. tn.. ... ' ..
For Albany and points uqr,t)i-3,Sf 'p. .W.
For Houcsd.ilQ-rS.50 a. ,m.;.ll.S3 and 3.83
No. :i 4.MJi,.m ,?:-np.m, .u.i'jp.4n.
No, 7 G.l0p..in.A'',Carbondalefl.4t)n.m
SOUTH BOUND. ' I .
Leavo Leave r ArrJya
Trains. CadoaldfiCiiiuoiidnlo. SJUntdJf:
No, U ,.,.,, u.oif;m. -i.ia'u.in.
No. 4 ,,.... 8.40a. in, lO.ot a.m. I0.i0n,4tji
No. 2 ....'.. 2.15 p. 111. 4.IX) p. ni.'Jl 4.'43 p.Jni
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTIPBOUNl '
Leavo Leavo .ArrB'o
Trains. .Scranton. Carbondale. Cadnstn:
No. o ,..,,. 8.BOU. mi 4,uii.ni. 10.45 u., to;
No, 5 ,.,,,, 7.00 p. m.Ar.CnrbonJal9'7iO pjrn
Leavo LcavH Arrtye
Trains, Cadosla. Curbriudalo. Scranton.
No. ,,.,,. '.&0 a, m. 7:2.1 a.Si,
No. 10 4.30 p.m. O.Oii-fi. in. 6.43p.Jm7
Trains Nos. 1 on week days, nnd' 9 jb'ij
Sundays connect for New York city, &Ii?t
diet own. Walton. Norwich, Oneida, Oa.
wego ami all points west. -J-
Train 3 for Poyntello, Walton, Delhi.
Sidney, Norwich and all s'ow Berlin
brunclr;poliits. . .
TraliK No. U,. with "Quaker City Ex.
presfc-'Sit Scrujltoii.'vlft C. B.'R. of N.-J.,
for PhlladelpliIwUlar" City. Baltimore!
Wpldtigtou unU IJermsyltfaola state
See time-table and consult ticket agents
for connections with other lines.
J.. C. ANDERSON, a, R A,, .New, York.'
J. IS. WELSH. T. l;-X,"8crJn(on. ?"
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