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THti SCRANTON TBIBTBSVE-THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1002.
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Bpeclal to the Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhsnnnck, July 30. Schnoley St
ton, of Wyoming, who purchased the
frtlley property on 12nt Tioga street,
Intend to erect an up-to-dnto conl yard
nnd buildings on the premises this sea
ton, "and young Mr. Schooloy was here
pn Tuesday to look over the premises.
Taylor Grlflln, of WIlkcs-Barro, spent
Sunday with his wife, who is visiting
her slBter, Miss Carolina Gray, on
Misses Mary and Josephine Boyce,
Iwhri are employed at the International
Korrespondence schools at Scranton,
hro spending their vacation with their
parents at this place.
J. M. Palmer, representing tho Farm
ers' Dairy Despatch company, Is hero
Ithlsweek trying to Interest the farm
era nid dairymen In the project of
erecting n milk shipping station at this
point. The town board of trade have
taken an Interest In the matter and
pccunid an excellent location for the
proposed building, and If tho farmers
;will now take hold a creamery will be
located here as soon as tho structure
can he erected. The Despatch com
pany agree to put up a thoroughly
equipped plant for $2,200, and to fur
nish a tenant at once at rental of not
Jess than fi per cent, on tho Investment,
Increase of rent to depend upon in
crease of business. There serfms to be
pothlng to prevent its coming.
Lewis Comstock, formerly proprietor
tf the Wyoming house, has leased a
hotel at Owego, N. Y and will remove
his family to that place this week.
The building formerly occupied by D.
F. Lyons as a bakery, which was dam
aged by fire July 4, Is being repaired
by the owner, Mrs. Harry Billings.
Miss Alice Irvln, of Denver, Col., who
has been visiting friends 'at this place,
left for her home on Monday.
Miss Mame Wolfe, of Homer, N. Y
Is visiting her parents at this place.
Mrs. A. F. Yost, of Scranton, is vis
iting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. B.
Woodward, on Second street.
Misses Ruth Piatt and Bessie Leigh
ton are spending this week with friends
nt Lake Wlnola.
Mrs. Frank Brundage Is the guest of
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Woodward, at this
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, July SO. Base ball game
on the silk mill ground on Saturday,
August 2; Susquehanna vs. Honesdale.
The Odd Fellows anticipate a pleas
nnt time in Freedom hall this (Thurs
day) evening. The occasion will be the
fifteenth anniversary of the removal of
Freedom lodge from Prompton; also
the initiation of William AVelss ns a
member. Music, speeches, refreshments
nnd good cheer will be the order of the
Edward Menner, of the shipyards at
Elizabeth, N. J., Is spending his vaca
tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Menner, on Second street.
Contractor J. D. .Bryant, has com--"
rnenced remodeling the interior' of tho
ptoreroom which Dodge & Erk, the
hardware men, will soon occupy.
The Llederkranz excursion took about
four hundred to Lake Lodorc today.
Benjamin Gardner, Jr., youngest son
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gardner, of
East street, died nt the residence of
his parents on Tuesday afternoon.
Funeral services will be held at tho
home on Thursday at 2.30 p. m. Rev.
James P. Ware, of Grace church, will
officiate. The deceased had been a
great sufferer for a number of years.
ve" Is survived by his parents and two
yfrothers. Wesley M. and Paul W., who
. are both residents of Scranton.
W, J. Sllverstone will leave today for
Pittsburg, to attend the meeting of the
Btate Bill Posters' association on Aug
ust 1 and 2.
James Crossley, of Chicago, Is visit
ing his Honesdale home.
Miss Emma Blrdsall will leave today
for Pldgeon Cove, Mats.
The Erie has booked another popu
lar excursion to Buffalo, Niagara Falls
nnd Toronto, for August 2. Train leaves
Honesdale at 7.1S p. m. Faic, ?3; to
Toronto, $1 more for return. Special
train leaves Niagara at 5 p. m. and
Buff-vlc at 5.20 p, m., August 3. Return
may be -made on any regular train,
V August 4.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Ryan
iijjrl William Feeney, of Chicago, will
iiVke place at St. John's church, Wed
nesday, August 6, at 11.30.
lllonesdale people extend their sym
pathy to their neighbors of the coal
duwt town over In the valley, who must
resort to Sunday ball games, and keep
up Yi continual eoiik of base ball criti
cism to fill the local pages of the
pampers. Hero In Honesdale, our shoe
factories, glass-cutting shops, silk mill,
putting ml , box factory, axe factory,
inderivenr .actory, elevator and ma
:hlne works, brush factory and oil
wells are all working smoothly. No
strikes; plenty of money In our banks.
True, we have muddy water, but that
"vlU eoon be overcome. We attend to
our business strictly, except when
some outside ball team Insists on
coming to our Maple city, Then we
turn aside, and allow them to come,
just to satisfy them what wo can do.
Then we glvo our attention to busi
ness, and smile at tho wall of woe from
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Hallstead, July 30. Miss Carrie Mead
gave a very pleasant party last even
ing nt her homo on Pine street, In
honor of hrr friend, Miss Iva Cox, of
Very Remarkable Curo of Diarrhoea.
"About six years ago for tho first
time In my life I had a sudden and se
veie attack of diarrhoea," bays Mrs.
Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. i"I got
temporary relief, but It came back ugain
y and again, nnd for six long years I have
f suffered more misery and agony than
I can tell. It was worse than death,
My husband spent hundreds of dollars
for physlclanb' prescriptions and treat
ment without aval, Flnnlly we moyed
to Bosque county, our present home,
and one day I happened to seo an nd
vertls'einent of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with a
testimonial of a man who had been
eured by It. The case was so similar to
my own that I concluded to try the
remedy, Tho result was wonderful. I
could hardly realize that I was well
again, or believe Jt could be so after
having suffered so long, but that one
bottle of medicine, costing but a few
cents, cured mc," For sale by all drug-
ninghntnton. The diversions of tho
evening were ninny. Games were
played, and vocal nnd Instrumental
solos rendered by tho young ladles
James Taylor, of Ithacn, N. Y la vis
iting tho Hon. James T, DuBolu, at his
homo on Mount Mctitonomlc.
A Hock of wild geese on the SusqUc
hannu river nt Hallstead wns nn un
usual occurrence In July. They were
bound north. Tho oldost Inhabitants
claim there will bo a lato fall nnd nn
unusually mild winter.
Mrs. Fred Vnn Wormer left last night
for a visit with friends In Blnghamton,
Owego and Newark Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morton are re
joicing over tho arrival of a daughter.
Tho Christian Endeavor society of the
Presbyterian church will hold nn ice
cream social nn the lawn In front of
John Aiken's home, on Main street.
Rev. L. W. Church preached at Park
Mr. nnd Mrs. Aaron Vnn Wormer, of
Conklln, worethe guests pt relatives In
Fred Van Wormer, while mending a
barb wire fence, caught a wire in his
eye, nnd It wnn thought at first he
would lose tho sight of the eye. It is
doing as well as can be expected.
Mrs. Lisle Elghmey and daughter,
Margaret, are visiting friend3 in Blnghamton.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Harford, July 30. The lecture given
by Dr. W. W. Fletcher to tho Young
Men's Union class, July 29, was a de
cided success. The Interest taken and
tho work done by tho Young Men's
Union class In this community is not
only having Its inllucnce on tho pres
ent, but our church and society In
general will see the effects of their most
excellent work long after the name of
the Young Men's class has been for
gotten. The singing rcndeiecl by Mrs.
G. R. Rcslqule and Mis3 Edna Payne
was appreciated by all.
The following teachers have been en
gaged for tho district schools: No. 1,
Norma Darrow; Oakley, Clyde Patter
son; Harding, Jessie Robblno; Sweet,
Lillian Tlngley; Richardson Mills,
Velma Little; East Hill, Eugene Os
tium; Tlngley, Flo Swetser.
Lee Jones and Miss Maud Wilcox
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Adams, at Factoryvllle.
Mrs. Jacob Palmer, of Scranton, In
caring for Mrs. Jerry Bobbins, who Is
Mrs. Henry Barnes, of Peckville, Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wat
son. Mrs. Burlew and daughter, of Elml
ra, are visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Doloway.
Mrs. George Stearns will entertain
tho Junior Endeavor society at her
homo, Friday, Aug. 1. Let each Junior
attend and endeavor to take one new
Sunday, Aug. 3, communion will be
observed In the Congregational church.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Whitman visited
their daughter, at Heart Lake, Tues
day. Mrs. T. M. Maynard spent Sunday In
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Morgan, of
Pittsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Addison
Morgan, of Scranton, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Patterson, last
Mrs. A. E. Sherwood, of New Mllford,
nnd Misses Grace and Jessie Sherwood,
of Blnghamton, N. Y., were the guests
of Mr. and Mis. B. D. Sherwood, last
James Fuller nnd slaters, Florence
and Ella, of Lenox; also Miss Niemey
er, and Mr. Dlmmlck, of Scranton, at
tended the services at the Congrega
tional church, Sunday morning.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Hamllnton, July 30. The weather has
been very unfavorable for the farmers
to harvest their hay.
Dr. II. "B. Clearwater, who has been
sojourning in Russia for the past three
yeais, Is visiting his aunt, allss D. P.
Albert Heberllng spent last week at
Among those from this village who
visited New York city, Tuesday last,
via Erlo excursion, were H. F. Nichol
son and wife, George and B. F. Ham
lin. Mrs. F. A. Orchard and granddaugh
ter, Frances Orchard, are visiting
friends In Scranton.
Miss Marguerite Maytrott, of Pitts
ton, has been a guefat at the rcsldenco
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edwards for
J. E. Blgart, of Carbondale, Is visit
ing nt the home of V. S. Blclwell.
Mrs. Amos Brooks is able to be about,
after a two weeks' Illness.
Homer Spangenburg, who has been
traveling In tho west for the past six
months, has returned home,
Miss Victoria Kimble, of Scranton,
spent Sunday last with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kimble.
W. H. Alt and family nnd C. L. Sim
ons and family huvo gone to Big pond
for a week's vacation.
. Rev, J. P. Crane, of Hawiey, held ser
vices In tho Presbyterian church last
John Osborn made a business trip to
Special to tlio Scranton Tribune.
Welsh Hill, July 30, Some of our far
mers, who had heretofore strong faith
In tho changes of the moon as affect
ing the weather, have become disheart
Mrs. J, W. Davis Is entertaining her
aunt, Mrs. Sara lluyden, of Philadel
phia, W, G. Brooks, of East Market street,
Scranton, Is tho guest of Will Moses.
Prof, and Mrs, Harry Anthony are
entertaining Mr. and Mrs, Will Hussey,
of New York.
Miss Mary Lamb, of Blnehamton, Is
visiting her grandmother, Mrs, Sarah
Miss Rachel Davis and brother, Em
lyn, of Wayne uvenue, Scranton, who
have been visiting Mr, and Mrs. Lewis
Davis, of Woodslde cottage, have re
Miss Sara Butler and friend, Miss
Goodwin, of Carbondale, spent Sunday
with friends In this place.
The friends of Miss Verda Morgans,
who wbb so successfully operated upon
at the Moses Taylor hospital In Scran
ton, will be pleased to learn of her com
plete recovery and safe return home.
Ml n.-ilsv Bennett, of Keystone
academy, Factoryvllle, Is homo on her
MIbs Louts Westgate, of Forest City,
is visiting her sister, Mrs, T. V. Jones.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, Howell, of Scranton,
are spending the week at the homo of
Mrs. Howell's brother, John Evans.
Mrs. David Jones 1b entertaining her
brother, Mr. Reese, of Peckville.
On Friday evening next a social will
bo held In the hall, Ico cream nnd cako
will be served, Proceeds will go for the
benefit of tho new school library.
Bpecl.iUkj tho Scranton Tribune.
Plttston, July 50. Tho Brothers base
ball team won their nineteenth victory
out of twenty games by defeating tho
Luzerne team yesterday on the Ham
town grounds, by a Rcore of 0-4.
Tho funeral "of tho lato Thomas
Walsh, of Duryea, look place yesterday.
Father Stoffoer sang a mass over tho
remains In the 'Catholic church there,
nnd special music was given by a choir
of Plttston people, Including solos by
Miss Margaret Kearney and Mr. M. F.
Oolden. Interment was In Avoca ceme
tery. Services are being conducted every
evening In tho Broad Street Methodist
Episcopal church. Rev, Mr. Surdam,
the pastor, bollevcs that during the
miners' strlko, with so many men idle,
a church service would bo nn appropri
ate pastime for tho men, and meetings
have been held every evening for the
pant throe weeks and will continue.
They have been well attended, and tho
pastor's efforts are meeting with suc
cess. A live pigeon match was held at No.
3 grounds this afternoon between Wil
liam and George Dendle, and John
Booth nnd W. H. Stroh. The former
won, killing thirteen birds to their op
The members of tho junior depart
ment who have been camping at Lake
Carey for the past two weeks, returned
home last evening, after having had a
delightful trip. On Mondny the party,
which numbered eighteen, were given
a dinner nt tho Spring Grove house by
K. M. Hughes, of West Plttston.
William Geo, of Luzerne avenue, one
of the oldest residents of West Pltts
ton, formerly proprietor of the terra
cotta works on North Main street, is
in a critical condition, and his death is
The officers of the Plttston Opera
House company this afternoon an
nounced that after considering a num
ber of bids for the lease- of the theater.
It had been decided to rent the building
to Millard F. Coons, of Wllkes-Barre,
manager of tho Nesbltt and Grand the
aters of that city. Harry J. Sinclair,
formerly treasurer of this city's Music
Hall, a genial and accommodating
young man, and probably the most
capable man In tho city for the posi
tion, has been chosen local manager
for tho house. W-. II. Labb, of Phila
delphia, has secured the contract for
furnishing the scenery.
While at work yesterday, John Dob
ble, mine foreman at the Eile com
pany's No. 7 colliery, was struck by a
falling timber and received a bad gash
on the cheek.
Charles Miller, of the West Side, has
composed a march for a piano and has
placed It In the hnnd3 of a New York
music house. The piece Is dedicated
to Company M, of which Mr. Miller Is
a member, and is entitled VCo. M, Ninth
Regiment, N. G. P., March."
An Ice cream social will be held on
Thursday evening of this week at Ver
non Ettenger'3, under the auspices of
tho Ladles' Aid society of tho Metho
dist Episcopal church.
On Frlduy evening, Aug. 1, Rev. B.
R. Hanton will lecture at the Metho
dist Episcopal church of Montdale, on
"My Trip to England." No admission
will be charged, but at thp close of the
lecture a silver offering will be taken
to assist Mother Hanton's Happy band,
in pin chasing a clock for the church.
The Scott school board met last Sat
urday and hired teachers for the com
ing year. They decided to close the
Orvis, or Lake Shore school, and havo
the pupils from both district attend
one school. The following teachers
wore hired: Miss Bertha Wall, for the
Lake Shore school; Frank Williams,
tor tho Wilson school; Miss Blanche
Carpenter, for the Carpenter school;
Miss May Swingle.for the Miller school;
Walter Taylor, for the Justus school,
and Miss Mamo Dowilng, for the Elm
brook school. Teachers were also hired
for tho Montdale, Carey, Ogdon and
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Benedict, of Green
Ridge, spent boveral days of last week,
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Nichols Is Impioving nicely, un
der tho caie of Dr. Alice Lllllbiidge,
Mls-s Jennie Clark Is visiting friends
Misses Virginia and Maud Carglll,
of Thompson, have been visiting Green
Grove friends recently.
Mrs. Southworth, of Norwich, N. Y.,
Is spending several weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wetherby.
William Wetherby Is working at
Arthur Vail Is proving himself to be
a good muslo teacher. His pupils hero
are doing nicely.
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Our Scranton Readers Are
Buffering year after year with a. bad
hack, with annoying and dangerous
urlnnry troubles, falling to find a rem
edy to end their misery, It Is no wonder
people become skeptics. It Is not sur
prising If they doubt tho testimonials
they read from peoplo cured, who llvo
In far-away places. There Is no room
for doubt, however, when tho testimony
comes from citizens of Scranton. Read
Mr. S. A. Ronnoy, of fil8 Wyoming
avenue, employed as night watchman
of tho Clark & Snovcr Tobucco com
pany, says; "I suffered with dull ach
ing ncrora my back, which was much
more severe if I had to climb many
stulr3 during tho night. I was also
troubled with suppression of tho kidney
necrctlons, very nnnoylng nt night on
account of too frequent action. I tried
a number of so-culled kidney cures
nnd took a number of boxc3 of one
kind, but I received no bencllt. I
heard so much about Doan's Kidney
Pills that I got them at Matthews
Bros.' drug store, and after taking them
a short time I found they were helping
inc. Finally, the pain In my back left
mo entirely arid other difficulties were
For sale by all dealers; price, 60
cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., solo ugbnts for the U. S.
Remember the nnme Doan's and
take no substitute.
A surprise party was tendered MIS3
Johanna Troy, of Main street, last
evening, by her many young frlend3.
Miss Troy will lcavo In a few days for
Delaware, where she will permanently
reside with her aunt. Numerous
games were enjoyed during the even
ing, and solos were rendered. Miss
Lula Bradley furnished Instrumental
music. Those present were: Misses
Ella and Julia Hynes, Delia Qulnn,
Kutie Kelly, Mary and Maggie Lawlcr,
Jennie Kearney, Ella and Katie Mc
llale, Nellie Helming, Bee Nealon, Ella
and Maggie McGurl, Katie Kane, Mary
Murray, Annie McGulnness, Grace and
Johanna Troy, Alice Hcasley, Maggie
and Annie Donuhoe, Katie Donnelly,
Mary O'Connor, Katie Curran, Susie
O'Hora, Maggie O'Boyle, Mame Qulnn,
Alice Neary and Agnes Walsh, of Prov
idence; Bee Ruane, Maggie Brogan,
Maggie Gilgallon, Annie Munley, Annie
Farrell and Bella Doughls, of Pitts
burg; Messrs. Leo McDermott, Mike
Hundley, Thomas Judge, W. H. Dcr
mody, William Lynott, C. Eggllston,
William Lally, Thomas Langan, Chas.
Sheridan, John McAndrow, Joe Gllroy,
Dennis Munley, Michael Munley, Bert
Lawlcr, Joe Hynes, James Sweeney and
James Walsh, of Providence; J. Dough
er, Eddie Lee, of Jermyn; John Mun
ley, William Ready, W. McAurlc, T.
Colloy, P. Mulrooney, T. SIddons, T.
Hones, H. Farrell, J. Gllday, J. Pick
ert, of Archbald, and William Judge,
The Indians of Jessup and the Win
ton teams played a raggetl game on
the home grounds yesterday afternoon.
The Winton team won by a score of
15 to 5.
At Boston (first game) R.H.E.
Chicago U 00 001 0 001 1 1
Boston 000000 0 000 li 1
Taylor and Kllng; Willis and Moran.
Second gamo (13 Innings) R.H.E.
Chicago .....0 00 0 000 1000 02 3 W i
Boston 0 00 0 000 0 100 00-1 6 1
Batteries Lundgren and Kllng; Eason
and Moran. Umpire Blown.
At Brooklyn R.H.E.
Pittsburg 100 000 0001 G 2
Biooklyn 00000401 C 7 0
Batteries Tnnnehlll and Smith; Kltson
and Farrell. Umplru Powers.
At Now Vork- R.H.E.
St. Louis 00000 1000-1 3 1
New Vork 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 o 2 S 2
Battoilcs VerUcs and O'Neill; Cronln
and Bresnahan. Umpire Emslio.
At Philadelphia - Philadelphia-Cincinnati:
At Cleveland- R.H.E.
Chicago 0 00 000 0 000 2J
Clovcland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 7 3
Batteries Garvin and McFniiand;
Mooro and Bcmls. Umpire Connolly,
Other clubs not scheduled.
Rochester, 0; Providence, S.
Worcester, t: Buffalo, 3,
Toionto, 4; Newark, 3.
Montreal, 4; Jersey City, 2 (first gamo).
Jersey City, (i; Montreal, 4 (second
girls In this picture?
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Only Half a Cent a Word.
Branch WANT Cfficas.
Want Advcrtlscmonta Vlll Bo
Hecolved at Any of tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALRUriT 8Cinnr5. corner Mul
berry stroot unci Webster avo.
GUSTAV P1CIIEL, 03U Adam3
GEn. W. JEN1CJNS, ltl South
FRDD L. TEP.PPE. 72D Cedar
GEO. W. DAVIS, corner North
Mnln avonlio and Market
CHARLES P. JONES. 1557 Dick-
F. J. JOHNS, 020 Green Rtdgo
C. LORENZ, corner Washington
avenuo nnd Marlon street.
W. H. KNEPFEL,
J. G. BONE & SON.
FOUR nice front room3; steam hent and
bnth; rent low; B'JO Olive.
FOR SAI.K Flno new automobile, valuo
U'-j; will sell for $500 cash; can bo seen
nt store or F. It. Smith. 507 Linden Btieet,
Board of Trade building.
FOR SALE A first class meat market.
Owner will work for parly. Address
331 Chestnut street, Dunmoru, Pa.
Wanted To Rent.
WANTED TO RENT-Cottago at Lako
Wlnola. D. P.
WANTED TO rent by a gentleman, two
unfurnished rooms, with heat nnd
use of bnth. Box 500, Tribune office.
WANTED A small house or flat, prefer
ably furnished, in desirable location.
To gain attention, stute terms. P. O. Box
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
Improvements; private family; gen
tlemen preferred, at 537 Adams avonuo.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gaa nnd bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, at 539 Adams nvenuo.
WANTED Room with or without board;
strictly private family. Address 11 C.
FOR SALE At a bargain on easy terms,
tho Lelghton farm in Glenhurn. Also
growiiiK or harvested crops of grain, hay,
vegetables and fruits; twelve choice cows
nnd heifers, farm team, Mnglo driving
horse, wagons, harness, farm Imple
ments, etc. Andrew Lcighton, Glcnburn.
FOR SALE First-class hotel, established
business, good lcnsons for selling;
Write for further particulars. Address
John Miller, 77 East Market street. Corn
ing, N. Y.
LOTS, houses and farms for talo. See
J. C. Zurllleli.
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homos In
upper Green Rldgo; choice neighbor
hood; most desirable locality for homo
In Lackawanna county. J. A. Marvlne,
173G Sandorson avenuo.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out doluy. Wilto for our special mar
ket letter. Free on application. S. M.
Hlbbard & Co., members N. Y. Consoli
dated nnd Stock Exchange. 44 nnd 46
Broadway, Now York. Established 1S01.
Long Dlstnnco 'Phono 23SS Broad.
Money to Loon,
ANY" AMOUNT OF MONEY" TO LOAN
Qulck, Btinlght loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to 0 per cent. Call on
N. V. Walker. 311-315 Connoll building.
LOST Purse, Wednes-day ovonlng, con
taining sum of money and phonograph
bill. Liberal reward. Got owner's namo
$5.00 REWARD Packngo containing
bracelet and locket addressed Stephen
D. Engle, HiiBleton, Pa. Georgo W. Finn.
New 'phono DOS.
WANTED A few ho.iidciti for August
and September on a furm; plonsnntly
located; very healthy and a comfortable
homo. Mrs. Georgo Wntcrson, Uswleh,
Wuyno county. Pa.
BOARDERS WANTED-WIli tuko sum
mor boarders; threo largo airy rooms
and good table board. Addrcs3 O. IC
Board and Rooms.
VERY" DESIRABLE sulto of rooin3 with
first clnss tnblo board, canjio obtained
nt 333 Jefferson avenuo.
Speclol to tho Scranton Tilbuno.
Avoca, July 30, The marriage of Miss
Mary Burns nnd John Brennnn was
solemnized In St, Mary's church on
Wednesday morning, by Rov. M, F,
Crane, The bride and her attendant,
Miss Mary Walker, of Scranton, wore
beautifully designed gowns of Paris
mublln. Their huts wore of whlto chif
fon nnd both carried carnations. The
groom was waited upon by his nephew,
WUUuin Timlin. After the ceremony
dinner wus served at the homo of the
Inlde'u mother, Mr, nnd Mrs. Hren
uan left on tho 1,S0 train for Philadel
phia and Atlantic City,
T. J. 6'Mulley lui3 been culled to
Newport. Nows on account of the Illness
of his son, John, who Is suffering from
James Webber has returned from his
European trip, "
Mr. and Mrs, C, F, Hoban have re
turned home to Dunmorc, after spend
ing a few days here.
Miss Anna Callahan Is spending a
few weeks In Atlantic City.
MIS3 Teresa Mellon, of Wilkes
Bane, and Miss Jennie Durkln, of
Scranton, are visiting at the Clarke
residence on Grove street.
Accepted for Less
Thuii io Cents.
Help Wanted Mnlo.
COAL. MINERS WANTED
Tim POCAHONTAS COLI.IP.tUC5 COMPAIW
Mr. A, J. King, Bupoilntondont, with bituminous cant mines In tho town of
Pocnhontna, 'Jnsuwoll County, Stnti'3 of Virginia, on tho Norfolk nnd Western Hall
wa, wanlu Bomo good, cxpurlunccd coal milium at onco,
l;nr pick mining nnd loading entry coal IM cents per car
1'or pick mining and loading iijuiii coal , 7." cents per car
J' or mining 111111 loading maclilnu under-cut entry coal .,70 contH per car
;'' mining nnd loading maehino under-cut loom ro.il,...;n cents per car
1 11 Mile track Inyein fci.OO to $2.23 por ilny
Ins do trurlc layer helpers $1,50 to $1.7" per dny
IliMdo timber mon , $200 por day
jiiMiif uiuncr iiriprr:! $i,iu per uav
Parties of 10 can procure special tickets for $10.73 for ench pornon over
Pennsylvania Railroad finm Philadelphia to Pocnhontna. llnciilnr tnm for
person alone, $11.03. Arrungomuiitii can bu made to advanco tho rnlhond faro to re
sponsible persons. .
Good miners will got regular cmplnyinont and good accommodations, na tha
town of Pocnhontna litis over J.ooj Inhabitants.
POCAHONTAH COt.Ltr.lMH3 COMPANY. 501 Amnio Bliltf., Phlla.
Help Wanted Mnlo.
BOILERMAKER!? and bnllormakcrn'
helpers wanted for nut-oMnwu mil
rood shops: good wages and sternly em
ployment for rollablo nnd competent
men; transportation fmnlGhcd. Apply
between l a. 111. and B p. in., Mourn build
ing, corner of Washington avenuo nnd
Spruce street; Rooms 310 nnd 311. W
J. Rule. . .
WANTED Traveling Biilcsmcn for Im
proved school lunch box. C. S. Shop
paid, 110 Exctor street, Plttston, 1M.
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED A nent competent gill for
house nnd kitchen wnilt In family of
two. Mis. Dcnn, 15:3 Monrco avenue.
WANTED A competent gill for gencinl
housework; Protestant piofcrred. Ap
ply 1741 SnnderMin avenue.
SITUATION WANTED by a widow to
do washing nnd lionlnw nnd cloanlus
by the day. Address 712 Sclmell court,
WANTED Plain sowing; cblldicn's
clothes a spccialtv. All wolk doin
neat and prompt. Call at CJ2 Forest
SITUATION WANTED-By a youn? man
ns shipping and stnrk clerk: has good
hnblts and has a position ut present, but
dcs-lrcs a change for good reason. Can
furnish Rood reference. Address II. C
care of Tribune.
THE MODEL LAUNDRY, Dunmoro,
launders shirts at Sc. each and collars
and cuffs at IJSc. each.
IN RE: E3tnta of John Jermyn. lato of
tho City of Scranton, Pa., deceased.
Lottcrs testamentary In tho above cs-p
tato having been granted to the under
signed, nil persons having claims or Judg
ments against the same will present thorn
tor payment, nnd all persons Indebted
thereto will mnke immediate payment to
JOSEPH J. JERMYN.
GEORGE B. JERMYN,
EMMA J. JERMYN,
Executors and Executrix.
WELLES & TORREY, Attorneys.
THE ANNUAL meeting of the stock
holders of tho Wyoming Shovel
Works, for the election of dliectora nnd
consideration of such other business ns
may bo brought before them, will bo held
at tho olllco of tho company, Connoll
Building, Scrnnton, Pn., Frlduy, 13th of
August, 1002. at 11 a. m.
N. G. 'ROBERTSON, Secretary.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo opened
In tho ofllco of tho City Rccoidor by
the Director of tho Department of Public
Works at 3 o'clock p. m. on Monday.
August 4, 1S02, for tho construction tit
three (3) hower basins In tho Fourteenth
ward, according to plans and succillca
tions on tilo in the Bureau or Engineer
ing. Proposal blanks will bo fuinlshod
by tho Bureau of Engineering nnd no
otlxcis will bo accepted.
Proposals must bo tiled with tho City
Contioller nt his ofllco In tho City Hall,
Scranton, Pa., not later than 2.3U o'clock
p. in. on Monday, August 1, 1302.
Tho cltv reserves tho right to rcjoct
any or all bliK
JOHN E. ROCHE, Director,
Department of Public Works.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDIXG, C. P. A.. 23
Traders' Bank Building. Old 'phono 1SGI.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B.,
Real Estato Exchaneo Bldg., 12t! Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, S13 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 723 CONNELL
,DR. C. E. EIUENBERGER, PAULI
building. Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH. 115 WYOMING avo.
SCIILAGER & CO,, Traders Bank Bldg.
PAT E N TS MoK'.00
Tho only llconscd and equipped patont
solicitor In tho city. No chnrgo for In
formation on patentability; over ten years
Keplogic & Co., Alcars HUSr.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK,
lln avenuo. Ratos reasonable
P. HIEGLBR, Proprietor,
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & W.
Passenger dopot. Conducted on tho Eu.
ropcan plan. Victor Koch. Proprietor.
ATliTiTlfiaGS CLEANS PnTvYAULTS
and cess pools; no odor; only lmprocd
pumps used. A. B. Biiggs, proprietor.
Leave ordoia 1100 Norlh Main uvonuo.
or Elcko's drug stoic, enrnor Adams and
Mulberry, Both lolophoncs.
JOSEPH KUUTTEL. REAR 511 LACKA,
avo Scranton, infra, of Who Screons.
MEaARGEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUP.
piles, envelopes, paper bags, twlno.
Wai chouse, l.J Washington avenue.
THE WILKFS-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo had lu Scrnnton at tho nows stand
of Rui3innn Bros., 403 Spruco and 5ft)
Linden; M. Norton, 322 Lackawanna
nvo,; I, S. Bcluuzor, 211 Spruce s(rp-it.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES,
Erie Railroad Wyoming Division.
In Effect July 30th, 1002.
TruliiB leave Scranton ror Hawiey and
local stutlons at 7.20 and S.43 a. in.; 1.35
and 5.20 p. pi. Sundqyu, Q 00. a. m and
1.33 p. m. For Now York. Novvburgh nnd
Intel mediate points at 7.20 a. in. and 1.35
p, m. Sundays. 1.35 p. ni
For Honcsdalo 1.S3 and 5 20 p. m.
Trains nirivo at Scranton f.20, 10.41 n.
m.; 3,00 and 9.15 p. in. Sundays, 1.00 and
SJ5 n. m.
ii i i
BUSINESS 0PM10K IW
Only Half a Cent a Word.
Help Wanted Male.
Delawnio, Lackawnnna and Western,
, In Effect Juno 1, 1002.
Tinlns lcavo Sciiuitou for Now York
At 1.5i). 3.20, 0.03. 7.5H nnd 10.10 a. in.; 12.40,
'? ."."' !.' m' J'01" Nuw Yol'lt mid Phila
delphia ,. no. loio a. m and 12.40 and 3 33
p. in. Fur Gouldslioro-At (1.10 p. in. For
Bulfiiln-l IS, (122 nnd n.M) n, m.: 1.53. 0.50
mid 11.10 p. m. For Blngbnmton, Elmira
nnd way nti:tlnnn-10.25 n. m., 1.05 p. m.
1'or Oswego. Syiacuuo nnd Utica l.l.'i and
d.22 ii. in,; l.'.i p. m. Onwego, Syracuse
and t'tlcii Unlit at (122 u. m. dally, except
htuiduy. For Montrose 0 CO n. m.( l.r-
and tilo n. m. Nicholson accommodation
100 nnd 0 13 p. in.
llloomohurg Division For Northumber
land, at C33 nnd 10,10 a, in,: 1.53 and lilO
P. pi. For Plymouth, at S.10 a. m.; 3 40
and 9.03 p m.
Siuidnv Ttnlns For NevYork, 1..V1, 8 2),
ixn. 10.10 ii. m.: S.in and 3.25 n. m. For
BiUTnln-1,1,' nnd 0.22 it. m.; 1.5", i'u',0 and
31 10 p. m. For l'.linlra nnd wny stations
10 2,, a. in. I'or Ttlnahnmtnn and way ftn
tlnnn. 0.00 n. m. Bloonnhtirg Division
Leave Hctnnton. 10,10 n m. nnd 0 10 p. m.
lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect Juno 15, 1002.
Tinlim Leave fieianton.
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
& H. It. li., nt 7 41, through Parlor Cnr
and Day Coach Cnrbnndalo to Nuw York
nnd 0.17 a. m.. with L. V. Coach Carbon
dale to Philadelphia, nnd 2.1S, 4.83 (Black
Diamond Kxiirewi). and 11.40 p. m. Sundays-,
n. ,: h. r. u i :.. n.17 p. m.
Fur Whlto Haven, Ilnr.leton nnd princi
pal points In the conl regions!, via D. Ss
It. It. It.. 7.41. 2.18 nnd 4.35 p. m. For
Pottsvllle. 7 41 a. m.
For Bethlehem. Enstnn, Rcndins?, Har
rir.burg nnd principal Intermediate sta
tions, via D, ft H. R. k 7.11. 0.47 a. m,:
2.1S, 4 35 (Black Diamond Express). 11. 4D p.
ni. Sundrijs, D. & II. It. It., 9.3S a. m.;
1.5S, 0.17 p. m,
Por Tunkhannnrk, Townnda, Elmira,
Itlincn, Geneva nnd piincinal Intermediate
stations via D L. & W., R. R., 6 35 a. m.
and 1.55 p. m. '
For Geneva, Ttochcstcr, Buffnlo, Niag
ara Falls, Chicago and all points west via
II. & H. R. R., 12.00 p m.; 3.23 (Black
Diamond Exnroia), 10.41. 11.49 n. m. Sun
dnvs. D. ,t II. R. n.. 12.01, 0.17 p. m.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
Valley Parlor cars on nil trains between
Wllkes-Bnrro and Now York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo nnd Suspension Bridge.
HOLL1N II. WILBUR. Gon. Supt., 20
Cortland street. New York.
CHARLES S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt., 23
Cortland street, Now Y'ork.
A. W. NONRMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Agt.,
South Bethlehem, Pn.
For tickets and Pullman reservations
apply to city ticket office, CO Public
Square, Wllkcs-Burre, Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
In Effect Juno 20, 1002.
Stations in New Y'ork, foot Liberty
street and South Ferry, N. R.
Tinlns leave Scrnnton for New Y'ork,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bothlchom. Allen
town. Mnucli Chunk, White Haven, Ash
ley, WIlkcs-Barro and Plttston nt 7.30 a.
in., 1 p. m. and I p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7.30 u. ni., through solid vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Pallor Car for Phil
adelphia with only ono chnngo of cars
for Ualtlmoie and Washington, D. C, and
all principal points south nnd west.
For Avoca, Plttston nnd Wllkes-Barre,
1 p. m. nnd 4 p. in. Sunday, 2 10 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.,
7.30 and 1 p. in.
For Reading, Lebanon nnd Harrlsburg
via Allontown at 7.30 a. m., 1 p. m. and 4
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Tnmnciun and Pottsvllle, 7,30 a. m.;
1 p. m. nnd 1 p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BESSLER. Gen. Manager.
C. M. BURT, Gon. Pass. Agt.
Sehedulo in Effect Juno 1(5. 1002.
Trains leave Scruiitun: COS a. rn., week
days, through vtstlbulo train from
Wilkcs-Uniie. Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vllle; stops at principal Intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunbury, Har
lisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and for Pittsburg and the West.
0.17 u. m.. week days, for Sunbury. Har
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and Plttshuifr and tho West.
1.12 li. m., week dnys. (Sundays. 1.53 p.
in.), for Sunbury. HnrrlsbiirB, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Wushlngton nnd Pitts
burg and tho West.
3.2S p. in,, week days, through vestlbula
train from WIlkcs-Barro. Pullman buffet
parlor car rnd coaches to Philadelphia via
Pottsvllle. Stops at principal intermedi
1.33 p. m.. week days, for HnzlPton. Sun
bury, Hurrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pitts-
" "" J. B. HUTCHINSON, Gen. Mgr.
J. It. WOOD. Ucn. Pass. Agt.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
.111 J11LI1. MIIIIU .'. 4'l.
Tialns for Ciirbonilnlo lcavo Scranton at
fi.4l. 7.M, 8.30, 10.13 a. m.; 12.05, 1.12, 2,11,
3.50. 5.20, U.25. S.2I, 0.13, 10.01 p. m.; 12.13,
1.3S a. in.
For IIonesdalo-C.4I, 10.13 a. m.; 2.11 and
5.20 p. in.
For Wllkcs-Barre-G.SS. 7.41. S.41. 9.47,
10.53 n. m.: 12.0J. 1.12, IMS, 3.2S, 4.33, 6.10,
7.4!. 10.11, 11.10 P. in.
For L. V. R R. Polnts-7,il. 9.17 a. m.;
2.1S, 1.33 and 11.40 p. in.
For Pennsylvania R, R. Tolnts 0.33,
D.17 a. in.; 1.12. 3.28 and 4.35 p, ni. - "-
For Albany and all points north 7.S5ia,
m. and 3.50 p. in. . j"
For Ciirbond.ile S.50. 11.33 a., m.; 2,11,
3.5H. 5.52 nnd 11.17 P. 111. ..'
Fur Wllkcs-l!nrre-0.3S n. nt.; 12.03, 1.55,
3.2S. 0 32 and 9.17 p. in.
For Albany. and pnlpt3 north 3 .Ml p, m-y
For Honesdale 8.50 a, ni.; 11.33 and 3.5r
W. L. PRYOR, D. P. A Scranton. Pa.
New York, Ontario and Western..,
Time Tnblo In Efted Sunday, Juno 13, 1M2
NORTH -.BOUND TRAINS. - .
Lcavo Leave An Iva
Tialns. Scranton. Carbondale. Cidosla,
No. 1 ,.,,..10,30 a, in. ii.io a.m. l.ou p. m.
No, 3 4 01 p. in. I. Up, 111. dMYIp, m.
No, 7 0 10 P. ni.Ar.CuihondalouNiJnlm
Lcavo Lcavo Arrltw
Trains. Cudosl.i. C.u bondalo. Scrantqp,
No. ii ,,u,, (i,50a. m, 7,23 u. 3
No. 1 S.IOa.m. 1001a.m. lo.40a.jn.
No. 2 2.13 p. 111. 4.00 p. in. 4.4jp..rh
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND .
Lcavo Lcavo ArilVo
Scrnnton. Cnrbnndao. Cmlosja.
No. 0 ,
K.30 u. in, '.10 i. in 10.41 a. m,
u ,,,,,, j.u"i. in. .ir.i iiiiiiuiuaiu i.ij p.m
Lcavo Lcavo Anivo
Cadosia, Carhnnd.ilo. Scranton.
,,, 0.50 ft. in. 7.25 n.m.
i.m p. m. u u p. m. ii. i J p. m.
Tialns Nos, 1 on week days, nnd 9 on,
Sundays connect for New Yoik city, Mid
dlctnwn, AVnlton. Norwich, Oneida, Os
wego and nil points west.
Tinlu 3 for Poyntollo, Walton, Delhi,
Sidney, Norwich nnd all Now Berlin
brunch points ,
Tiptn No, uVwUh "Quaker City Ex
piass''iint Scrnnton, via C. R. R; of N. J.,
forl'hlludelphla, 'Atlantic City, Baltimore;
Washington and Pennsylvania stato
See tlrue-tnble nnd 'consult ticket agents
for connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDERSON. O. P. A., Now York.
J, E. WELSH. T. l A.. Scranton, Pa. ,