The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, August 26, 1902, Page 7, Image 7
rry w",i"' .?j-w'-'isww;f-'i mrMKrTT7Z. .. W J. !" U","WI"PTTTTPT,!Ph!L . pi ot pwi fP'fi- Jf-'-i :W?.. Prriy iAfHI'SfSH' ",: 'AKrf? -1 ' ' i. t' '.V, ' h m ."i t i THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1902 NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA ,o MONTROSE. Bpeclal to tlio Scranton Tribune. TUnnlrnMC. Aim. 23. Ml', nlld MI'S. l r tt. nnvnnr. of Carbuiulnlc, who have Hren guests ot Rev. and Mrs. J. W. iinynor, returned Friuny evening to heir homo In Unit iilnco. Mlf.fi Florctta Jnckson has returnel 'rum t two weeks' visit nt Klngsloy. iinirn Miincer. of Chicago, Is a guest it tho homo of his purcnls, Mr. and Mrs. I'!. P. Milliner, on hake avenue. Miss Llln Gngo Is visiting in nnu- ptead. Miss Letltln Whitney, of Blooms- aurg, Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. C. i. Winder. Mr. nml Mrs. Lynn Foster und sen, at Elmirn, arc visiting relatives and friends In Montrose and vicinity. Colonel Edward R. Warner nnd John XI. Mtinger wen; on a trip to Blng- iiamton Wednesday. Mrs. S. 13. Newton Is visiting at Providence and Crescent Park, R. 1. Mrs. A. II. Mack, of Blnghnmton, is a guest at air. and Mrs. l. r: Ainu a sldonee, on Church street. Mrs. Walter Carpenter, of Wilkos- 4arre, who is spending the summer at ake Carey, was a guest ot Mrs. J. P. Taylor Wednesday. Henry Fredericks, of Phllndoiphin, is on a fortnight's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Dennis. Mis. Pearl Kresgo, of Scranton, and Miss Nellie Gregory, of Sayro, who liave been guests ot Mr. and Mrs. W. Jordan, returned Friday morning. Misses Olive and Maud Ulrtley. of RVest Scranton, who wore visiting at BCIngsley, were guests nt the home of W. W. Nash, on South Main street, last week. On Thursday nfternoon, the funeral Cf W. Perry Smith, of Owego, whose dath occurred at that place Mondny evening, after n sickness of but a few 'liours, was held at the home of his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Smith, "en Lathrop street. A sad coincidence In connection with his departure from this life was the fact that the date of the funeral was precisely on the anni versary of his twenty-seventh birth lay, new A. W. Cooper conducted the uneral services, both at the house and jravo. A quartette, consisting ot Mrs. lean Wllmot, Miss Eva Hockmnn, J. Barney and L. R. Tltsworth, ren dered npppropriato selection. The pall bearers were three members ot the Btcd Men's lodge and three members of the lire company nt Owego, both of kvhlch organizations ho was a popu lar member. The young man was uni versally liked and although for several ears he has resided In Owego, his nome-comings have ever been n source if pleasure to his numerous friends, Ind his loss is lamented by all who nnw him. The semi-annual meeting of the Sus- Ijui'lianna County Historical society Ivlll be hold at Hopbottom Friday, Kept. 19. Mrs. Charles F. Delong is seriously 111. Montrose, Fire company, No. 2, will lttend the firemen's celebration 'at Me- choppon, Monday, Sept. 1. The third annual tennis tournament of the I.mkesldc Country club will be I .'held on the club grounds Monday, I Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 25, 26 nnd 27. A silver cup Is offered as the llrst prize. Contestants are entered from Scranton, Great Bond and other jilaces, and an exciting tournament is (anticipated. Mrs. C. A. Van Wormcr and mother, Mrs. Joel Lyons, returned to Scranton rldny, after spending several weeks In tills place. I Miss Julie Cruser, a popular elocut ionist of this place, will give an en- rrtulnmeiit at the Blrehardvllle Pap ist church next Thursday evening, for lie benefit of that church. Miss Cru- h-'s melodious voice and graceful poses ave won for her an enviable reputa- q,j'f and she Is very popular as a re lief and reader throughout this sec Ton of the state and in New York. Samuel Smith, colored, who pleaded xullly to larceny, wan sentenced to a year mid seven months In the Eastern penitentiary by Judge Scarle this Sveek. The well known and famous Brothers J, team of PIttston played a hotly-con tested game of nail in tins place Tiiiirr day nfternon. They enmo with n re cord of twenty-eight victories and one defeat, but after the game another de feat had been added. Susquphanna had been defeated badly nt two games pre vious and they assured the visiting nine that they would have an easy thing of It having lost the games by a score of 17-7 and S-2. But Montrose was In excellent condition and won the same easily, the score being 121. Cur ran, of the Montrose team, made a lionie run and brought In two runs, be sides scoring himself; Holllster brought In two runs by a fine hit, and Conk lln's work behind the but and Hoover's pitching was superb. The vanquished took their defeat pleasantly and wore effusive in their compliments to our boys, which were reciprocated. The receipts of the game were about $.10. Irunkhnnnock will play hero Tuesday nfternoon, and a very warm game 3 Anticipated. Tho thirty-first annual encampment h,f the Slisquehanna County Veterans' issociatlon will bo held In tho fair grounds In this plnco on September 2, and I. There will bo reduced rates In all roads leading to Montrose during Ihe encampment, and reduced terms at lintels. Following are the teachers who will n.struct the pupils In the Montrose iJtRh school the coming year, begin ning Sept, 2; Principal, C. H. Win ter; nsslstnnt principal, Miss Clara K. vvlnans, of Meshoppen: assistants, Mrs. Edith Jones and Miss nose Judge, of Mansfield,' A grammar room Miss .aura ,T. Williams, Franklin Forks. B srnmiwir Sara Dlceroad, Bloomsburg. intermediate Mary A, Carlln, Spiing- viije, A primary Josephine Blakesloe, A Sure Cure for Diarrhoea, Coming as It does. In tho busiest Feu- ion, when a man can least afford to lose time, sure and quick tiuru for lllarrhoea, b very desirable. Anyone iviio has given it u trial will tell you inai me qmcisest, surest ana most kleasant remedy In use for this disease cnaniberiain's colic, Cholera and Warrhoea Remedy, There Is no loss of :lme when It Is used, us ouo or two loses of It will cure any ordinary at- ncK. it never falls, not even In the nost ever und dangerous cases. For ,ale by ul druggists. Blakoslce, Pa. U primary Lola M. Shiiltz, Hohrsbitrg, Pn, C primary Miss Ellen Scarle. All those whoso places of residence nro not stated re side In Montrose, Mrs. N. C. Warner (neo Miss Flor ence Kerrigan) died nt her homo on Cherry street at about G o'clock Fri day afternoon, after nn Illness from acute tuberculosis dating from May. Tho deceased was united In marriage to Nelson Clarke Warner on January S, 1002. Sho was tho only nnd accom plished daughter of Dennis Kerrigan, by whom sho Is survived, nnd one brother, Joseph, Her education was re ceived at tho Montrose High school nnd nt the St. Joseph's academy, Blnghnm ton, from which sho was a graduate. Socially, sho was one of the leading spirits of the town, nwd her pleasant manner and happy face will be missed by all. Tho funeral will bo held from St. Mary's church at 11 o'clock Mon day morning. Thomas Coward, of West PIttston, Is a guest of his cousin, Mrs. Frances Altkun, at her homo on South Main street. Dr. Frank E. McGulrc, a successful Binghamton osteopathlst, is profes sionally engaged In this place for a few days. BRADFORD COUNTY. Special to the Scranton Tritiunt. Towandn, Aug. 23. Jerry Shay, of Lock Haven, has been nppolnted us road superintendent of the Susquehanna nnd New York railroad. He succeeds H. H. Bentley, who has served the for mer company, known as Barclay, for many years. The firemen of Waverly, Snyre and Athens, have formed an association and elected the following ofllcers: Presi dent, C. II. Manning, of Waverly; vice president, J. J. Keefe, of Athens; sec retary, D. D. Tillman, of Waverly; treasurer, J. A. Wilklng, of Sayre. The first convention will be held at Waver ly In September. Two corps of surveyors are engaged in laying out the route of the new rail road, which will be an extension of the Barclay railroad, now owned by the Susquehanna and New York Railroad company, and will connect Towanda with the Northern Central. It crosses Sullivan county about eight miles from Canton and passes through some of the finest tracts of timber land in the state. The Bradford County Women's Chris tian Temperance union will hold Its annual convention at Troy on Wednes day nnd Thursday. Captain Richmond P. Hobson, the Spanish-American naval hero, is book ed as one of the lecturers at the teach ers' annual Institute in October. Mrs. Eliza Hodgson, wife of Dr. Wil liam Thompson, died at her home in Towanda township last week, aged eighty-six years. The soldiers' and sailors' encamp ment closed on Thursday evening with a campfire, Including all address by State Commnndcr R. P. Scott, of But ler. The officers chosen - for tho en suing .-year are: Commander, J. A. Bosworth, of LeRoysvllle; senior vice commander, A. E. Benjamin, of New Albany; junior vice-commander, L. H. Stege, of Towanda; quartermaster, M. W. Shores, of Towanda; officers of the day, G. H. Terry, of New Albany; of ficer of the guard, A. C. Schcufler, of Towanda; surgeon. Dr. L. B. Smith, of Big Pond; chaplain. Rev. J. B. Davis, of T'Ister; chief of artillery, B. Kane, of Athens; chief of cavalry, A. V. Fair child, of Dushore; auditors, J. W. Hurst, of Camptown, J. T. Hosted, ot New Albany, J. N. Weaver, of Sayre. J. B. Smith, representing the Edison Manufacturing company, photographed the Black Diamond Express, near Wy sox a few days ago, when the train was going at the usual rapid rate of speed. The Republicans of this county held their primaries In the different districts on Saturdny, The main strife wns In the commlsslonership and trensurershlp. As far as tho reports show the follow ing were successful: Sheriff, S. F. Robinson; prnthonotnry. J. A. Wilt; register and recorder, W. J. McCabe; treasurer, W. K. Marshall; commission ers. K, D. Harkness, J. D. Kinney; legislature, J. E. Hamilton, F. F. Lomax; auditors, II. A. Bosworth, T. T. Card. Tho convention will bo held In Towanda on Thursday. Dr. George G. Bcrbyck, well known In Southern Bradford, who formerly resided In Meshoppen, died on Thursdny at his home In Salt Lake City, of ty phoid fever. A widow and one son sur vive. DUNDAFF Special to the Scranton Tribune. Dunduff, Aug 23, Mrs. George and Mrs. W. Giifflu, of Providence, Pa are visiting at tho Purple cottage. Our village school will open on Mon day, Sept. 1, Miss Jennie Sprang, teacher. Miss Sharpless, a celebrated singer of Philadelphia, sang at tho morning ser vices In tho First Pnptlst church on Sunday Inst. Miss Sharpless Is a( very pleasing soioisi aim nn unjoyeu nenrmg her. Mr, F. A. Davis who was our candi date for register and recorder, tnndo a very good Bhowlng at the, Republican convention at Montrose last week but was not quite nblo to make it, Wo ex tend our congratulations on the good showing und would eay try again Frank. Tho Baptist Sunday school will picnic nt Crystal lake on Tuesday of this week and the Methodist school will pic nic on Wednesday following at the same place, Would It not be a good Idea to hold a union picnic nnd all go tho same day? The fifth annual reunion of the Georgo Lowry family took place on Aug. 20 nt tho home of Mr, II. W, Lowry of this place. The day was nil that we could n3lt for brlglit and clear. Tables were arranged upon the lawn under the trees und nt tho noon hour were laden wlt'l'i good things to eat. After dinner there came the business of the reunion, this was opened by nil singing "All Hull the Power of Jesus Name," E. E. Wells presided at tho organ. Prayer wns of fered by the Rev, Lynn Drake, pastor of Elkdale church". At this time a short entertainment was given. Reci tations by (he little folks, music etc. Miss Rena Cqbh recited very nicely "Rocks of AgeB," E, E. Wdla snug u sacred solo, after which Mrs. E. E. Wells recited, then came tho history of tho Lowry family by Dr. W. J. Loivry, of Carbondale; Mrs. AVrlght-Lowry, of Green Grove, the secretary then read some yery Interesting communications from various relatives, not present, In regards to the Lowry family, after which Mrs. Clark Lowry, of Scranton, !'n sang with sympathy, "Whore Is My Boy Tonight." Then came nn ad dress by Prof, ,T. E. Williams, which wns very interesting, following thto re marks were given by Jnmos W. Lowry, Elhdnlo, and Mr, flrlswnld, of Potts vllte, Pa., und others, then E. E. Wells snug by request, "Mother's Prayer." After the entertainment the nfllcers were elected ns follows for tho omitting yenrs Dr. W. J, Lowry, presi dent! Prof. J, E. Williams, vlco-presl-dcnli Mrs. J. 15. Williams, necrottiry; Mrs. Wrlght-Lowry, nsslstnnt scero tnry. Crystal lake wns chosen as the next place of meeting. HONESDALE. Ep'cUl to ttic Scranton Tribune. Honesdnle, Aug. 25. The Erie will run nn excursion to Ulnghnintoii on Labor day. Fare from Honcsdalo, $1.25. The annual mooting of tho Wayne Baptist associations will be hold in tho Clinton church, Wednesday and Thurs day of the present week. M. T. Church, of Carbondale, sipcnt Sunday with Honcsdalo friends. County Superintendent David L. Hower and bride have arrived In Honesdnle. They will reside on Race street. Kreltner Bros., .who have the con tract for a two-story brick building for L. Grnmbs, on the vacant lot on Main street next to tho opera house, com menced excnvatlng for the foundation Monday morning. One of the most Interesting games of base ball ever played In Honesdalo was enjoyed by a large gathering on Sat urday. It Is seldom teams so evenly matched as tho Jorinyn nnd Honesdnle ever come together. The ninth Inning closed without a run for either side, and not until the last of the tenth In ning, with Honcsdalo at the bat, was a score recorded. This closed tho game with 1-0 In favor of Honesdnle. Spencer umpired. Not a dispute marred tho game. Billy Miller pitched for Hones dale, and Curtis for dermyn. Visitors in Glen Dyberry cemetery, that beautiful city of the dead, will notice that very many of the monu ments and grave markers bear names that are familiar In Scranton, families whose ancestors were once residents of Honesdnle. Among the names that may be found nre Dlmmlck, Torry, Watts, Hand, Blair, Henwood, Fuller, Weston, Goldsmith, Cohen, Levy, and many others. There are also many families whose descendants are now residents of Scranton, who were among the first settlers in Honesdnle. Benjamin W. Fitch, foreman In the Honesdnle Citizen office, died at his home on upper East street, Friday night, after a brief illness. Deceased was born in Honesdnle, where he had always resided, August 3, 1S66. He Is survived by his wife, who wns Kath arine Brown; two little daughters, Edith nnd Katharine, and a largo number of relatives. Deceased was for about twenty years employed in the Citizen ofllce. He wns a member and secretary of the Honesdnle Fire com pany. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from his late residence. The services were conducted by Rev. G. A. Place. Interment in Glen Dyberry. Tho Fire company attended tho funeral in uniform. Members of the company were pall-bearers. Tho community was saddened by tho announcement of the death of Mrs. Swift, wife of Rev. William II. Swift, which occurred at her home, early aionuay morning. SPRIN6VILLE. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Sprlngvllle, Aug. 23. James Rlsley and family, of Gibson, former residents of the township, nro visiting relatives at East Lynn. Austin Emmons and wife have se cured rooms with Mrs. H. K. Sherman for the fall and winter. Mr. Emmons moved here from Auburn Corners, and Is engaged with D. D. Layton in the grocery and meat trade. The band will hold a festival and re ception at the residence of S. O. Cul ver In the evening of September 3, to which all nre Invited. The veterans of Company C, Two Hundred and Third regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, will meet on the same day ut the same place, and a good time Is looked for nil around. Tho band will go to Tunkhannock on Thursday, September 4, to make music for the Odd Fellows of Wyoming county. They will hold a picnic on that dav. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hendershot nnd W. L. Messerole nre taking their out ing nt Wellsville, N. Y. Mrs. Normandy, wife of John Oak ley, of Strickland hill, departed this life on Tuesday afternoon last, at the age of 78 years. For fifty years this worthy couple had lived on the farm where she died, and during all that time none could say aught but cond nf her, nnd ninny were tho kindly ofllces performed by the hands that are now cold in dentil. The funeral wus held at the Strickland hill church on Thursday afternoon, with burial in same ceme tery. The husband, two sons and one daughter survive her. Mrs. Churchill hns moved to Keuka Park, N. Y where her son, Carl, has been since early in tho spring. Sprlng vllle people very much regret her de HISTORICAL PUZZLE FOR THE LITTLE ONES.-Cut out tho pictures appearing on this page each day, draw a pencil mark uroiuul tho hidden object, save them until Saturday, then send them or tuko them to Tho Tribune office In an envelope addressed to "Puzzle Department." Entioso In tho envelope your name, ago and address. Tho uoys and girls who correctly mnrk the Blx pictures appearing during tho week, and whoso answers nro first received, will havo their names published In Tho 'tribune Monday morning. John Paul Jonea leading the fight with lutter's taptnln. parture, ns sho wns esteemed by all with whom flhc associated. StUnrt Riley lost a valuable cow last week from milk fever. Stonomen nre plensed over tile pros pect of having a standard gunge rail road here, ns It will gave them hun dreds of dollars every year In the way of reshlpplng, Compared with years ngo, few peo ple go to Dlmnck camp meeting. In times pnst It was nothing uncommon to see one hundred nml fifty tennis go through hero on Sunday. Now, lltty will probably cover them all. HOPBOTTOM. Special to tho Scranton Tribune. Hopbottom, Aug. 25. Robert Adams has returned to this place to spend a short time with friends, after being absent sevcrnl years, Misses Vina and Bessie Qualley, spent a few days with Binghamton friends tho Inst of tho week. A picnic ut Cruzy Nook cottngo was enjwyed by the following people on Friday lust: Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Tif fany. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Brown, Mrs. M. M. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. JoiTers and daughter, Miss Mne Muloney, Miss Edna Brown, Miss Mabel Jeffcrs, Rev. Lewis Tracy Brown and Lyman Kel lum of this place, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Kollum and Miss Clara Terrwllllger, of Scranton; Miss Dora Crulso and Inola Dunbar, of New York city; Miss Myra Jnckson, of Newark Valley, N. Y. Dinner wns served and a pleasant day wus spent In boating, fishing, quoit pitching nnd hunting. Mrs. E. M. Tiffany gave a dinner of twelve covers to the following on Satur day: Mrs. S. B. Eldrldge nnd daughter, Edna, of Brooklyn; Mrs. Leroy Bacon, Mrs. Hattie Bacon, Mrs. Frank Baker, of Nicholson; Miss Dora Cruise, of New York; Miss Emma Eldrldge and Mrs. McKee, of Scranton; Miss Edna Brown nnd Miss Lillian Byron, ot this place. Music, both vocal and Instru mental was enjoyed and a pleasant day was spent. Miss Clara Terrwllllger, of Scranton, Is spending a few days as the guest of Charles Kellum. Miss Helen Smith spent Sunday with friends In Blnghnmton. Miss Myra Jnckson, of Newark, Val ley, N. Y., visited at W. E. Brown's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Carpenter, of Binghamton; Mr. and Mrs. Giles Car penter, of New Milford; Mr. and Mrs. William carpenter and daughter, of Binghamton; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Car penter and Mr. and Mrs. Manning Car penter, of Niagara Falls, attended the funeral of Vera Fassatt, Sunday. Miss Cassie Waters Is visiting at D. W. Wright's home. An excursion will go to Nay Aug park from this place, Friday, Aug. 29. Rates for adults, G3 cents; children, 45 cents. All are invited. Apply to E. M. Tiffany or O. D. Roberts, for further particulars. Lyman Kellum recently caught at Card pond a bass weighing four and one-half pounds. Mr. Kelum holds the championship for fishermen, It being the largest fish caught this season. D. W. Wright is in Scranton today. Miss Inola Dunbar spent the last ot the week at Edward Aiuey's in Lathrop. HALLSTEAD. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Mr. and Mrs. Frank King and Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo King, of Brooklyn, Pa., spent Saturday and Sunday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt. Misses Lou and Daisy Eggleston closed their dressmaking establishment, on Main street, Saturday Inst, prepara tory to teaching In the graded schools nt Hallstead and Great Bend. Miss Lou Eggleston will teach In the Great Bend school and Miss Daisy in the Hallstead school. Mrs. James Deakin and son, Arthur, spent Sundny with relatives In town. H. H. Crozler, of Upsonville, called at the'home of James Perry Sunday. The Hallstead and Great Bend chap ters of the Epworth League and the Baptist and Presbyterian societies of Christian Endeavor will hold a union table picnic at DuBois grove Thurs dav, Aug. 2S. or on the 20th If the weather of the 2Sth proves unfavor able. Mrs. Louis Cohen, of Susquehanna, spent Friday and Saturday at tho home of Mrs. J. J. Compton, Sho wns accompanied homo by Miss Lillian Compton, who will spend a fow days. Miss Lizzie McCormlck is visiting friends in Scranton. James Hutchlngs, of Honesdale, a former Hallstead resident, was shaking hands with his many friends Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Smith, of Bing hamton, were business callers in town Saturday. Dan Hnnrahan and Bert Wnterman wore Binghamton visitors Saturday. S. S. Wright and family, of Mont rose, were entertained at the home of Hon. and Mrs. James T. DuBois Satur day. Hallstead, Aug. 25, Tho pulpit of the Methodist church was occupied Sunday morning by O. J. Brush, of' Mountain Valley, and Barney Phillips, of tills place. There were no services In tho evening. Rev. Dalr, ot Dansvllle, oc- the British ship Serapls. Find the THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT" 'I 1UI1 IlLflllUf Only Half a Cent a Word. JTor Rent. VWWWWW FOR ttKNT From Soul ember 1 ,0-room house, ft!7 Green Rlclgo street; modern 'Improvements; steam heat free! location very convenient. FOR RKNT-From September 1, 0-room house, Ml Green Ridge street; modern Improvements; steam heat free; location very convenient. Fort RKNT September 1st, holiso on MaillKon uvcmio with modern Improve ments. Inquire nt 4:2 Madison avenue. BARBER SHOP for rant; nearly now building; good locntlon; city .water, etc. Just vacated. An exceptionally good opportunity to continue a well catiiii llshed business. C. N. Wood, Now Ml, fotd, Pn. FOR RENT Two furnished cottages nt Lake Hhoiidnn; dry and healthy loca tion: good shade nnd finest place for a week or n month's outing In Northern Pennsylvania. Address II. L. Harding, Fnctoryvlllo, Pn. Wanted To Rent. WANTED A smn.ll hnn'so or flat, nrofor- ably furnished, In dcslrablo location. To gain attention, stato terms. P. O. Box 327. Money to Loan. ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO I.OAN Qulck, straight loans or Building and Loan. At from 4 to C per cent. Call on N. V. Walker, 314-313 Connell building. Furnished Rooms for Rent. VTisnKSnooMStor rent, modorn Improvements; prlvnto family; gen tlemen preferred, nt 537 Adams avenue. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with heat, gas and bath, gentlemen ,pre fcrrcd, at G39 Adams avenue. LEGAL. NOTICE is hereby given that an appli cation will be made to the Governor ot the Stato of Pennsylvania on Wednesday, the 17th day of September, 1002, by James Gillespie, Meyer Stein and Adolph Elcholz, under the Act ot Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to provide for Incorporation and regulation of certain corporations," ap proved April 29. 1S74, and tho supplements thereto, iov- the charter of an Intended corporation to be called "Lackawanna Light, Heat, and Power Company," the character and object of which Is sup plying light, heat and power or any ot them, by means of electricity, to the pub lic In tho city of Scranton, In the county of Lackawanna, Stato of Pennsylvania, and to such persons, partnerships and corporations residing therein, or adjacent thereto as may desire tho same, and for this purpose to have, possess and enpoy all the rights, benefits and privileges of the said Act of Assembly and Its supple ments. J. WHEATON CARPENTER, Solicitor. NOTICE Is hereby given that tho annual meeting of the stockholders of tho Scran ton Axle Works will bo held at the fac tory, in the city of Scranton, Pa., on Tuesday, September 2. at 3 o'clock p. m., for the election of oftleers for the ensu ing year, and tho transaction of such other business ns may properly como bo fore tho meetings. RICHARD R. WEISENFLUE, Secretary. NOTICE. Tho Borough of Taylor in Lackawanna county, Pennsylvania, offers for sale, to tho highest responsible bidder, the following securities, to wit: Twenty-eight (28) municipal Improve ment coupon bonds, each of the par valuo of Five Hundred ($300.00) Dollars, and bearing Interest at 5 per cent, per annum, dated August 1st, 1902, with accrued In terest, Interest payable semi-annually on tho first day of February and August of each year, at tho office of tho Treas urer in the Borough of Taylor. These bonds mature as follows, to wit: Numbers one to ten. both Inclusive, on the first day of August A. D 1908. Num bers eleven to twenty, both Inclusive, on the llrst day of August A. D 1914, and numbers twenty-one to twenty-eight, both Inclusive, on the first day of August A. D 1922. Bids may be sent by mail to the Secretary of tho Town Council. Mr. Georgo Marsh, Taylor, Pa. The bonds may be examined nnd further Informa tion given by calling at the office of the Borough Solicitor, nt No. 021 Connell Building. Scranton, tin., or by addressing communications to tho undersigned, JOHN M. HARRIS, No. 021 Connell Building. Scranton, Pa. cupled tho pulpit In the Presbyterian church, both morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chichester, of Binghamton, visited friends In town tho latter part of last week, Mrs. Louis Sprout and Mrs. Saxon Wilson, of Montrose, spent Saturday at the homos of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hen dricks nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Hendiick. Van G. Munger visited his parents at Montrose Sunday. BASE BALlTI V, . American Xengue, At Wnshlngton-llrst game R.1T.E. Detroit 1 1 03 0001 0 G 13 3 Washington 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 x S 7 4 Batteries Yeager and McGuiro; Cnrrlck and Drill. Umpires Caruthers and John ston, Second game R.If.E. Detroit 0120400007 7 2 Washington 2 10 0 3 0 0 1 x-10 Hi o Batteries Mullen and McAllister; Orth nnd Clark. Umpires Johnston and Caru thcrs. At Boston- R.H.E. St. Louis 0000000000 5 1 Boston 2000000UX S Q 2 Hatteiios Donoliuo.and Sugden; Dlneoen r.ud ctigor. umpire u'l.ougiuin. At Philadelphia- R.H.E. Cleveland 0 0 10 0 10 10-3 9 3 Philadelphia I o o o o 2 o 2 x-7 11 1 Butteries Joss and Ucnils; Mitchell und Schrerkingost, Umpire Sheridan, Batteries-Giifllth, Lellner and MuFnr land; WUtso and Smith. Umpire Con nolly. National League, At Pittsburg- R.H.E. Brooklyn 000010014 till 7 Pittsburg 50 0 1 2 0 00.V-S13 1 Batteries Kltsou and l.atthucr; Tanno hill und iCImmcr, Umpire Irwin. At Chicago twelve Innings R.H.E. Boston ,,,,,,,,00 0 100 102 00 04 S 2 Chicago 0 (I 0 0 0 1 8 1 0 0 0 1- S 10 fi Batteries Eason und Moran; Lundgrcu ami Kllng, Umpires Cuutllllon und Lu thum, At Cincinnati- R.H.E. Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1-3 S l Cincinnati , 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 x 3 S 2 Batteries White and Dooluj llahn and Bergen. Umpires O'Day and Brown. New York-St. Louis; not scheduled. Eastern League. At Newark Newark, 4; Providence, 1. At Montreul Montreal, 0; Toronto, 4. At Jersey City Jersey City, 13; Worces. ter, C. At Rochester Rochester, 9; Buffalo, S. No Order Ucccptcrt for Less Tlimi lo Cents. Branoli WANT Gfto Want Advertisements Will Do Received at Any of tho Follow ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M. Central City ALHEllT BCHULTZ. corner Mut borry street and Webster avo. " GUSTAV P1CIIEL, 030 Adams avontlo. West Side aE?; .W- JENKINS, 101 South Slain nvonuo. South Scranton FRED T,. TERPPE. avenue. 29 Cedar North Scranton GEO. W. DAVIS, Mnln nvonuo street. corner North and Market Green Ridge CHARLES P. JONES, 1337 Dlck- son avenue. F. J. JOHNS. 920 Green Rldgo Rtreet. C. LOP.EN55. corner Washington nvonuo and Marion street. Petersburg W. II, KNEPFEL, avenue. 1017 Irving Dumnore J. G. BONE & SON. Furnished Rooms Wanted. A ANTED-Small house, or furnished rooms, for light housekeeping. Ad dress G. II. rt Tribune office. Help Wanted. HOME AVORK-JTO monthly copying lit- particulars. Hick's Supply Co., 3031 Hal sted St., Chicago. Help Wanted remaie. WANTED Ghi for general touTewor Apply at 413 Madison avenue. For Sale. 'uit ctAiiU i;neap, ono largo new gro cery wagon, currying capacity l.r.no pounds; also ono largo coffee grinder; can bo run by motor or hand power. Ap ply to B. Mosoh, 31S Lackawanna avenue. FOR SALE A first class meat market. ... 9.wnor wl" work for party. Address 131 Chestnut street, Dunmoro, Pa. Situations Wanted. SITUATION WANTED-By boy aged 17 jl-ium; woum iiko to urivo horse or work In knitting mill; good references. Address Charles Miller, 911 Slocum street, city. SITUATION WANTED-By colored gen tleman, a position diivlug for doctor or waiter In hotel. Address Charles Eisele, rear 331 Phelps street. Real Estate. LOTS, houses and farms for salo. Seo j. u. zurnicn. FOR SALE Elegant sites for homes in upper Green Ridge; choico neighbor hood; most desirablo locality for homo In Lackawanna countv. J. A. Mnrvlns. 1736 Sanderson avenue. Dissolution of Partnership. THE PARTWRMnPoTli. II. Stone and F. C. Walters, doing business under tho name of tho New Renovating Com pany, was dissolved on May 11, 1902. L. II. STONE. Miscellaneous. THE MODEL LAUNDRY, Dunmoro, launders shirts at So. each and collars and cuffs at l',c. each. PROFESSOMA L. Certified Public Accountant. EDWARD C. SPAULDING, C. V. A.. 23 Traders' Bank Building; Old 'phono 1S04. Architects. FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH . B., Real Estate Exchungo Bids., 120 Wash ington avo. Civil and Mining Engineers. II. L. HARDING, S13 CONNELL BLDG. STEVENSON & KNiailT, 720 CONNBr.L building. Dentists. DR. C. E. EILENBEIIGER, PAULI building, Spruco street, Scranton. DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 WYOMING avo. Fire Insurance. BCIILAGER & CO., Traders Bank Bldg. Patont Attorneys. DATE" MTC luallcouiitrics KM I LIN I OaftlicOlobc. Tho only licensed nnd equipped patent solicitor in tho city. No charge for In formation on patentability; ovor ten years experience. Ucploglc & Co., Mcars Bldg. Hotels and Restaurants. THE ELK CAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANK, lln avonuo. Rates reasonable. P. 541EGLEH, Proprietor. SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., L. .c W. Passenger depot, Conducted on the Eu ropean plan. Victor Koch, Proprietor, Scavenger. A. B. BUIGa"s CLEANS PR? V YVA ULTO nnd eesa pools; no odor; only Improved pumps used. A. B. Biiggs. proprietor. Leavo oi'dors 1100 North Alain nvonuo. or Eicko's drug store, enrnor Adams and Mulborry, Both tolophonen. Wire Screens. JOSEPH KUUTTHL. REAR .Ml LACKA. avo., Scranton, infra, of Who Screens. Miscellaneous. MEGAUGEB BOS PRINTERS' 3IIP. plies, envelopes, paper bugs, tuino. Warehouse, 13J Washington avenue. THE W1LKES-BARRE RECORD CAN bo had In Scrunton ut tho nowa utand of Relsmau Bros., 400 Spruco und CU'J Linden; M. Norton, 3.'2 Lackawanna avo.;. I. S. Schutzer, 211 Spruco strait. Boarders Wanted. ilOARUEBS AVANTED-VVill "tnko sum mer boarders; three largo ulry roonir, Riul good table bourd. Address O. K., Dalton, Pa. Board and Rooms. VEflY DESIRABLE suite of room3 with llrst class tnblo board, can bo obtained at 333 Jefferson avenue. jp DIRECTORY. Wmi OMH BAMl Only Half a Cent a Word. Business Opportunity. BTOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with out. delay, Wrlto for our special mar ket letter. Froo on application. S. M. Hlbbnrd Ss Co., members N, Y. Consoli dated and Stock Exchange. 44 nnd 48 Broadway. Now York. Established 1S0I. Long Dlstnnco 'Phono 2.1SS Broad. Room for Rent. FRONT ROOM for rent: desirable, 421 auams avenue. Delaware, Lackawanna and Western. In Effect Juno 1, 1902. Trains leavo Scranton for Now York At 1.50. 3.20. li.03. 7.50 unci 10.10 n. m,l 12.40, 3.40, 3 33 p. m. For Now York and Phlla delphla i.W, 10.10 it, in., nnd 12.40 und 3.33 p. m. For Gollldsboro-At li.10 p. m. Far Ktiftalo 1.15, 0.22 and 9.00 a. m.; l.Ki. fl.51 and 11. 10 p. m. For RltiKhnmton, Ettnlra nnd wny stations 10.25 a. in.. 1.03 p. m. For Oswego,' Syracuse and Utlca 1.15 and 0.22 a. in.; 1.55 p. m. Oswego, Syracuso nnd Utlca train at ii.22 n. m. dally, except Sunday. for Montrose 9.00 a. m.: 1.05 and .50 p. m. Nicholson accommodation 1.00 nnd fl.13 n. m. , BloomBburg Division For Northumbor land.NU 0.33 nnd 10.10 a. m.; 1.53 and 0.10 p. in. For Plymouth, at 8.10 n. m.; 3.43 and 9.05 p :n. Sunday Trains For Now York, 1.50, 3 21. 0 05. 10.10 a. m.; 3.10 nnd 3.35 n. m. For Bnffnto 1,13 nnd C.22 a. m.; 1.55. 0..'.') and 11.10 p. in. For Elnilra and way stations in.:.-, a. in. For Blnclinmlon nnd way ntn tlnns, 0.00 n. m, Blnomnburg Division Leavo Srrnnton, 10.10 a m. nntl (1.10 p. m. Lehigh Valley Railroad. In Kftpct Juno 13, 1902. Trains Leave Scranton. For Philadelphia and Now York via D. & If. It. B ut 7.11, tliioui?h Parlor Car and Day Coach Carbondale to Now York nnd 9.17 n. m.. with L. V. Conch Carbon dale to Philadelphia, nnd 2.1S, 4X,(Black Dlnmo'id Express), nnd 11.49 p. m. Sun day.", D. & n. n. R., 1.5$. 9.17 p. m. For Whltn Haven, Mazlolon nnd princi pal points in the coal regions, via D. & If. R. Ft., 7.41. 2.1S nnd 4.33 p. m. For Pottsvlllc. 7.41 n. m. For Bethlehem. Emdon. Rending, Hnr rlBlmrg and principal Intermediate .it.i tlons. via D. k 11. u. n.. 7.11. 9.17 .a. m : -IS. 4 35 (Hlack Diamond Exmcss). 11.49 "p. in. Sundays, D. & H. n. II.. 9.33 a. m.; 1.51. 9.17 p. in. For Tunkhannock, Townndn, Elmlrn, Tthucn, Geneva nnd principal Intermedlatn stations via D., I.. & W. R. It., 0.33 a. m. and 1.55 p. in. For Geneva. Rochester. Buffalo, Niag ara Falls, Chicago and all poliits west via D. & 11. it, r.. ij.03 p m.: 3.23 (Black Diamond Express), 10.41. 11.49 n. ni. Sun days. D. & If. R. R.. 12.03. 9.17 n. m. Pullmnn parlor and sleeping or Lehigh alloy Parlor cars on all trains between Wilkes-Barro and Now York. Phlladol nhin, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge. ROLLTN II. WILBUR. Gen. Supt., 20 Cortlnnd street. Now York. CHARLES S. T.ER Gen. Pass. Agt., 20 Cortlnnd street, New York. A. AY. NONEMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem, Pn. For tickets and Pullmnn reservations apply to city ticket nfuce, 69 Public Square, Wllkcs-Bnrro, Pa. READING SYSTEM. Central Railroad of New Jersey. In Effect Juno 29, 1902. Stations In New York, foot Llborty street and South Fdrry, N. R. Trains leavo Scranton for Now York, Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Allen town, Mauch Chunk, White Haven, Ash ley, Wllkes-Bnrre 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 vestibule trnln with Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Phil adelphia with only one change ot cars for Bnltlmoro and Washington, D. C, and all principal points south and west. For Avoca. PIttston and Wllkes-Barre. 1 p. m. nnd 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m. For Long Branch. Ocean Grove, etc., 7.30 a. m. nnd 1 p. m. For Reading, Lebanon nnd Ilnrrlsburg via Allontown at 7.30 a. m., 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m. " For Tamaqua and Pottsvillo, 7.30 a. m.: 1 p. m. nnd 4 p. m. For rates nnd tickets apply to agent at station. W. G. BESSLER, Gen. Manager. C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt. Pennsylvania Railroad. Schedulo In Ell'ect Juno 10, 1902. Trains leavo Scranton: C.3S n. rn., week days, through vestibule train from Wllkos-Bano. Pullman buffet parlor car and conches to Philadelphia, via Potts vllle; stops at principal Intermediate sta tions. Also connects for Sunbury, Ilnr rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington and for Pittsburg and tho West. 9.17 n. m.. week days, for Sunbury. Har lisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington and Pittsburg and the AVcst. 1.42 p. in., week days, (Sundays. 1.53 p. m.), for Sunbury. Harrlsbiirg, Philadel phia, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts burg nnd tho West. 3.2S p. m., week days, through vestlbulu train from Wllkes-Barre. Pullman buffet parlor cur end coaches to Philadelphia via Pottsvillo. Stops at principal Intermedi ate stations. 4.33 p. m.. week days, for Hnzloton. Sun bury, Ilnrrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pltts- bU'S' J. B. HUTCHINSON, Gen. Mgr. J. 11. WOOD. Gen. Pass. Agt. Delaware and Hudson. In Effect Juno 10, 1902. Trains for Carbondalo leavo Scranton nt C44 7.30, 8.30, 10.13 II. ni.; 12.03, 1.12, 2.11. 3.5; D.29; C.23, 8.21, 9.13, 10.01 p. m.; 12.15. 'For' Honesuale-G.il, 10.13 a. m.j 2.11 and n n n. 111. For AVUkes-Bnrre-G.39, 7.41. 8.11. 9.47, 10.53 a. m.: 12.03. 1.12, 2.1S, 3.28, 4.33, 6.10. 7 IS 10.11. 11.49 p. ill. For L. V. It. R. Polnts-7.41, 9.47 a. m,: 2.1S, 4.35 and 11.49 p. in. For Pennsylvania R. R. Tolnts G.33, 9 17 a. m.i 1.12. 3.2S and 4.35 p, ni. For Albany nnd nil points north 7.30 a, m. nnd 3.00 p. m. m. aim o jL,NDAy TRAINS. For Carbondale S.Wi. 11.33 n. m.: 2.11, 3.50. 5.52 and 11.17 p. in. irv,.. wiikpa.nnrra 9.3S n. m.! 12.03. 1.53. 3.2S, 0.32 nnd 9.17.P. 111. For Albany ami points norui j.u p. m. For Honcsdalo 8.00 n. m.i 11.33 and 3.53 P' AV.' L. PRYOR. D. P. A.. Scranton. Pa. Erie Railroad Wyoming; Division. Ill Effect July 30th, 1902. " TrnluB leavo Scranton Tor Hawley and local stations at 7.20 and s.13 a. m.; 1.83 and 5.20 p. in. Suudnys, O.oo n, m. nnd 1.35 p. 111. For Now York, Nowburgh nnd Intermediate points nt 7.20 u. m. and. 1.33 p. in. Sundays, 1.35 iv ni. For Honesdnle 1.35 nnd 5 20 p. m. . Trains arrive ut Scranton S.20, 10.11;n. 111,: 3.00 nnd 9.13 p. 111. Sundays, l.OO and S.13 p. in, 1 Now York, Ontario and Western. Tlmo Table in Effect Sunday, June 15, 1003 NORTH BOUND TRAINS. 'Leavo Leavo Arrlvo Trains. Sernntou. Carbondalo. Cadosla, No. 1 10.3011. 111. ll.ioa. in. 1.00 p, m. No, 3 400p.m. 4.11p.m. O.fWp.m, No, 7 U.lop. lii.Ar.Cnrbondale G.ltJ n.iri SOUTH BOUND. Leavo Leave ArrlVa Trains. Cadosla. Carbondalo. Scranton, No, U 0.5un. in, 7,23n.,m. No. 4 ,,,.,. S.40n. m. 10.01 a. ni, io,4fla.;in. No. 2 2.15p.m. i.OOp. in, 4.45p.in. SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND. Leavo Leave Arrive Trains. Scrunton. Carbondale. Cadosla, No, 9 ,,,,,, S.30 n, 111. 9.10 p, 111. 10.43 n. m. No. 5 7.00 p. m.Ar.Carbondala 7,13 p.m SOUTH BOUND. Leavo I.cnyn Arrlvo Trains, Cadosla. Carbondalo. Scrantpn. No, 0 0.50a, 111. 7.25a,ju. No. 10 4.30p.m. ti.ttip. m. 6.4Xpjn. Trains Nos. 1 on week dnya, and U on Sundays connect for Now York city, aild dlotown. Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Os wego and all points wo.t. Train 3 for Poyntello, AA'alton, Delhi, Sidney, Norwich and all Now Berlin branch points. Train No. B, with "Clinker City Ex pros" t Scranton, via C. R, R. of N. J., for Philadelphia, Atlantic City. Baltimore, Washington and Pennsylvania stato Seo tlmctablo and consult ticket agdnts for connections with other lines. J. C. ANDERSON. O. P. A., Now York. J. E. AYELS1I, T P. A., Scranton, Pu. .' .4 'M iA tiTUi w vf i I jtAt I : 4 Hf-v. Mft- .,. . j.. ' . -'. i.