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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27. 1U02.
Special to the Sci anion Tilljunc.
Plttslon, Auk. 26.-Mlchael Sullivan,
of Market street, was united In mar
riage tills cvcnliiR at eight o'clock to
Miss Gertrude Miller, of West Plttston.
The cctcniony was performed In tho
parochial lesldenee of St. John's Cath
olic church, by Nov. Father O'Malloy.
The bilde was attended by Miss Lizzie
Gallagher and tho gi oom's best man
was his brother, Edwurd Sullivan. Mr.
and Mis. Sullivan will lcsldo In looms
on Muln stieot. The groom Is the pop
ular di Ivor of the Niagara Engine com
Eagle Hose company and dilll siiund
will attend the centennial celebration
at Bloomsburg on Friday of this week,
the latter expecting to participate In the
At Eagle Hose company's alley ball
com t tomorrow evening there will bo
a match game for the championship of
Coxton Yards and a bide bet of $10, be
tween these two teams: John W. Hop
per and r. II. McDonnell, against
Jumes Tlghc and William Redding.
Mrs. Sylvlna G. Ilyun, aged 8t yenis,
died ycsteulny afternoon at the homo
of her sister, Mrs. William Slocum, In
Exeter boiough. For the past llc or
.W vn.ii'H the deceased had made her
liome with her daughter, Mis. Maxwell
Chapman, of Gicen nidge, Su anion.
Tho funeral will take place fiom the
Slocum homestead, WcdnoMlay morn
ing at 10 30 o'clock and the lemalns
will be taken on the 12 SO Dclnwaie,
Lackawanna and Wcstetn tialn to
Tioga for Intciment.
N. D. Smith, who resigned from the
local superintendeney of the People's
Telephone company, today relinquished
his position and leaves tomonow for
Jackson, Tenn., where he takes a posi
tion with a new telephone company In
which Plttston capitalists are Interest
ed. Wlllard Felts, a lineman, will have
charge of the exhange until a successor
to Mr. Smith Is appointed.
James Burke, of Philadelphia, Is
visiting his father John Burke, of
George stt eet, for a few weeks.
Miss Kate Moian, of Scianton, Is tho
guest of Miss Francis O'Boylc, of tho
Miss Irene Mulllns, of Scranton, is a
guest of the Loughney family on
Mis. Ch.ules Law received severe in
Juiles a few nights ago in falling
town a night of stairs at her home,
.he Is lecoveiing nicely, however.
Special to tho Scranton Tilbune.
Tunkhannock, Aug. 2C Judge H. W.
Bardwcll and Asa S. Keeler attended
the funeral of the late A. Jackson
Mowiy, at Meshoppon, on Tuesday af
ternoon. A hue crowd of our people took the
special tialn for Monti ose to attend
the ball game on Tuesday.
"The Citizen's National Bank" is tho
style of the new banking institution to
bo started at this place in tho near fu
i ture, capital, $30,000. Tho necessary
stock was subsciibed In less than two
days. Tho Billings building, on tho
south side of Tioga street, will ptob
ably be secured for the new bank
Miss Nellie Little has icturncd homo
after a long sojourn at her summer
cottage at Lake Wlnola.
Joseph Wood Piatt sat as auditor In
the Hunter estate on Tuesday.
County Commissioner Case T. Vaughn
will make no cffoit to secuie a re
nomlnatlon to the offlce: both tho other
tommisMoncis are candidates for a
Bradley W. Lewis lias returned fiom
his vacation, spent at Lake Caiey.
Mrs. Jennie Haydcn, of New Yoik, Is
visiting fi lends in town.
This Is tho last week before the Re
publican county convention, and dhe
candidates are doing their best to Im
prove their opportunities.
George "W. Giay has placed an ele
gant new sign on his place of busi
ness, "Gray's Candy Kitchen," on
Dr. C. Klaer Is away, spending his
Special to tho Scianton Tilbune.
New Milfoid, Aug. 26. A. F. Heltz
man entertained his sister, Miss Manic
Heltzman, of Blnghamton, one day last
Mis. F. H. Millard, of the township,
announces tho coming marriage of her
daughter, Henrietta, toFicdeiick Tour
ner, of Now Milfoid. Tho cei oniony
will take place September 2.
The funeial sei vices of Mrs. Knther
lne Brow or, of Gibson, were conducted
In the Methodist chuich in this place
Mrs. Allen Waid and daughter, of
Hnllstead, called on friends heio last
Mrs. Maiy Packard, of Scianton, la
Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mis. Will
iam Ransom, of tho township,
Mrs. T. Gillespie, of Blnghamton, N.
Y,p spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Gillespie.
Miss May Bradley, of Spilngvllle,
visited her patents In town last week.
Mrs, D. W. linger Is entertaining her
grandchildren fiom Blnghumton.
MI&S Minnie Bradlci-, Mis, F, H. Mll-
lrti-d nnd daughter, of New Mllfutd:
Wellington Decker, of Tinglcy, and J.
V. Axtell, of Stevens Point, were among
the vlsltois at Beaver Meadow faun
SpeclnJ 'to tho Scianton Tilbune.
HonesdalP, Aug. 25, Eliza J, Watson,
wife of Rev. William II. Swift, D, D
died at her home about 1 o'clock on
Monday moinlng, Aungust 25. Deceased
had been confined to her bed since last
January, dining which time she had
been a patient sufferer, She was born
In New Yotk city, Oct. 15, 1S45 nnd was
A Sure Cure for Diarrhoea,
Coming as It does, in the busiest sen
son, when a man can least afford to
lose time, euro and quick cure for
dlanhoea Is very desliable. Anyono
who has given It a trial will tell you
that the quickest, suiest and most
pleasant remedy In use for this disease
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. There Is no loss of
time vvhen It Is used, as one or two
doses of jt will c-uie any oidlnaiy ut
tack. It never falls, not even in the
moat severe and dangerous cases, For
Ue by all dlUgglstS,
married Nov. 20, 1873. She Is survived
by her husband and five children, Hes
slo, Edith, Kntlmilno and Walter, at
home, and William Jr., of Now York
city. The funeral services will bo held
at the late home, Wednesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Itev. J, 1 Crane, of the
Haw ley Pi esbyterlan chinch will of
llclate. Intel inent In Glendyberry cem
etery. Deceased was lovingly devoted
to her home and family, was seldom
away from them, except to attend her
chinch and Sunday duties, whole she
will bu greatty missed as well as In
the family circle. Tho family have tho
deep sympathy .of scores of ft lends In
their sad nffllctlon,
The following Is the score of tho rlflo
shooting match between the Wllkcs
Il.il i c 'Gun club and the William Tell
Hide club of this town, In which tho
latter team was vlctotlous on Satur
day. Tho contest was with a team of
seven men: Willlnin Tell Itlllo club
A. Mooic, 1CJ; J. Horger, 10; J. Dotn
iiilnger, ICO; C. Frutlgar, 117; H. Wels
pniluh, 131; A. Wolsenlluh, 115; N. Hoi
gcr, 1S3; total, 1,049. Wilkes-Banc Gun
club J. .1. Miller, 160; F. Innes, 137; A.
Miller, 105; II. Kllngls, 6S; M. Moffat,
112; B. Carmody, 40; W. Banlicld, 114;
The cloths of this boiough and tho
cloiks of Old Forgo will play the sec
ond game of the series this afternoon
on the Rcndhnin grounds. The local
del ks were successful In the first game,
one week ago, and won by a scote of
22-12. Tho Old Forgo cleiks have
greatly strengthened their team since
nnd are confident of victory in today's
An lmpoitant meeting of tho Junior
Order United American Mechanics, No.
81, will be held tomorrow evening in
their rooms in Red Men's hall. AH
members are urged to bo present.
The schools of this biugh will re
open on Tuesday, September 2, after a
three months' vacation.
Minooka tribe, No. 247, Improved
Order of Red Men, will meet this even
ing in regular session,
Misses Ethel and Jennie Davis, of
Peckville, aie visiting iclatlves in this
Thomas Griffiths and niece, Miss
Alice Hariis, of North Taj lor, visited
in West Scianton yesterday.
Operator It. W. Nye is home from a
visit to Tamaqua.
Mis. Alfied Price, of Plainsville, is
visiting at tho home of Mrs. John
Thomas, of Glove stieet.
Taj lor lodge, No. 462, Knights of
Pythlap, will meet this evening, when
Representative AVatkins will give his
icpoit of the grand lodge session.
Miss Jennie Hariis, of Main street,
Is enteitaining Miss Mabel Allen, of
Pi of. D. L Jones and family are
spending two weeks at Lower lake,
near Biughamton, N. Y.
David J. Davis, of California, is vis
iting his bi other, Heniy S. Davis, of
The Taylor Reds would like to ar
range a game with any flist team of
Lackawanna or Luzeino counties, on
the Taylor giounds, Thursday aftei
noon. Flist answer accepted. G. E.
Conti actor M. P. Judge, of South
Scranton, was a business caller in town
The maniage of Mrs. Genevieve Calla
han, of Spilng street, and Patiick all
ien, of New Yoik city, which was
solemnized some time ago has lecently
been made public. They aie at present
in New Yoik ehj
Bom To Mr. and Mrs. John Lynett,
uf the West Side, a daughter.
Hat old Hollister leturncd yesterday
fiom Coining, N. Y.
Mrs. Keith and daughter, Jennie, aie
visiting fi lends in Owego, N. Y.
Miss Floienco Yanow, a missionary
fiom Honolulu, is the guest of her sis
ter, Mis. S. S. Toir.
Miss Jessie Moiton has again assum
ed tho duties of postmistiess, after
several week's visit in New York city.
Mis. D. M. Rosser and son, Chailes,
of Kingston, aie visiting at the Clans
Edwaid Dunleavj-. of Vino street,
was called to Hoboken yesteiday on ac
count of the death of his hi other.
Joseph Connollj-, employed as black
smith at Toulilll's foundiy, had two of
his llngeis so badly smashed that am
putation was neccssaiy.
Miss Pearl Shifter has returned after
spending two weeks In town.
Miss Ethel Tiegellas Is visiting
fi lends In Wilkcs-Barie.
Beit Lewis left List evening for
Trinidad, Col,, called theio by tho ill
ness of his uncle,
James Whitehead, llbrailan for tho
free public llbraiy which Is about to
bo established In MoosIc, has iccoived
a letter fiom George Reed, of Hniris
burg, bt.Ulng that he will foiwaid tho
llbtaiy to MoosIc ii an eaily dute. As
ho has no magazines at piosent, ho
hopes lliu community will bo glad to
furnish them, Mr. Whitehead has also
ireehed a letter from Congiessman
Wllllr.ni Connell, stating he will assist
us and will icquest tho very best books
he has standing to his credit forwarded
to us at an early date.
Miss Gertrude Clink, of Nicholson, Is
visiting her bi other, Geoigo Clark, of
Mis. P. It. Stieet and Mis. W, D.
Lewis, of Green Ridge, spent yesterday
at the home of the hitter's parents, Mr,
and Mrs. John U. Williams, of Main
Mis, Schuffer and Mrs, Webster, of
Hickory stieet, were callers In Arch
Miss Myitis Rlttcr. of North Main
stieet, was a culler In Scianton, Mon
day, Miss Floieiuo Malnes, of Jermyn, Is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Biong, of Bell place.
A large number of our people pic
nicked at Luke Chupman yesteiday.
Rev. F, Gendall, pastor of tho Metho
dlst Episcopal chuich, died at his homo
on Main street last evening, about 6.30
o'clock, of bionchlal trouble. Funeral
Theodore Static and Miss Hun let
Hasley spent Sunday at Crystal lake.'
The following have retumed from a
week's outing lit Luke Chapman; The
Misses Fiances Williams, Lutle Will
iams, Jeannette Kingsley, Mabel Ful-
mer-j Mildred Howe und Lizzie Wwing.
IN A PANAMA FOREST.
Some of the Feats Which Make
Traveling Unpleasant on the Isth
musNature Beveling In Prodi
gality. Ocorge II. l'alno In the Bun.
Gnme Is In profusion: waterfowl In
the mat shea and along tho i Ivors, with
occasionally n cnyman; In the bush,
monkeys, deer (smaller, but otherwise
like our own of the Eastern states)
pheasants, peccaries, parrots, pigeons,
nnd a multitude of other forms, many
of them with an appetizing sound, to
the American oar, and many others,
Just ns nutritious pet haps and common
enough on the local hill of fare, but
nauseating In name nnd nspect. To
"live off the country" would be a sim
ple matter, weio It not that nil game
must bo eaten within nil hour or two
of being killed and is consequently
tough. "Jerking" Ib nn unknown ait
In those latitudes and Is ptobnbly Im
practicable because of tho prevailing
humidity; nor does salt (Which Is soon
found to be a luxury ns the bush Is
penetrated) nppoar to act as nn effec
tive rostralnor on insect attack. The
absence of Ice, tho gieal modern pre
servative, Is tho only leal hardship to
a Northerner, and Is felt In many wnys.
So far as the potability of warm water
Is concerned, one gets used to It after
the (list two or three days, but tho
thought of tho cold mottling plunge,
which one longs for, di earns of even,
nnd yet cannot possibly have, Is a posi
tive tortuie at times.
Everywheie. along the trails and on
tho Infrequent savannas, Is vegetable
food for man and beast If Its identity
could only be know n to any but a nnt
uiallst. So "touch not, handle not"
must be the motto of the casual
stt anger. Reach out, In passing, to Idly
break a slender vine and with only a
slight twitch, tho finger is cut to the
bone, followed by an open and Irri
tating soie for a fortnight. And there
aie other, quite as good, reasons for
letting things alone. Lean thoughtless
ly against a fallen tiee and, If you are
lucky and have quick ejes, you will be
nble to escape a sting from a lurking,
bark-colored centipede or scoiplon,
Brush carelessly against a low-hanging
bough and presently you are a
crawling mass of paiasltes, almost
microscopic, who will bury their effect
ive little heads or their surc-to-hatch
little eggs under your skin; they yield
to an alcohol or keiosene "rub," but
are not the less provoking on that score
and are tho mortal pest of domestic
cattle. When the soit which buries Its
head first takes hold it Is not larger
than the head of a very small pin, but
shottly you shall see It grow to the
size of a veiy large bean; a few dozen,
In tho folds of the skin or the external
ear of a horse or steer, If not attended
to, may literally woiry the animal to
death. Hence the cattle, which draw
the mahogany logs fiom the hills to
the stienms, are geneiously sprayed
The streams are full of fish; not very
good eating to one who is accustomed
to our firm-fleshed, toothsome ttout,
bass and whltefish, since their tropical
congenets are flabby and bonj'. Never
theless, thoj- aie sometimes a pleasant
change fiom the otherwise endless iter
ation of veiy tough game or very salt
meat. If you aie a native, you aie not
an anglei. In the flist place, you have
not hook, and secondlj", to angle In
volves an appiociable amount of con
tinuous eftoit and attention. So, in
stead, you stilp seveial aimfuls of bark
from a certain common treee, allow it
to dry in tho sun, pulverize It In a
large wooden mortar, and then, when
you want fish, spicad a few handfuls
ever a pool, and, presently, -our fish
will rise, stupefied, to the top of the
Scrambling up the sides, sliding down
the sides of gullies at angles which
seem impossible to anything without
wings until it is nctiiallv accom-
plislied;dodgIng a tico heio, jumping a
log theie, ducking to avoid a low limb
which over-stretches the trail. Some
times clinging to tho pommel, some
times to the cantle of j-our saddle, to
prevent being shot over your pony's
ears or left behind by way of his tail,
and alwajs suriounded by objects of
novelty or beautj-. Oichld blossoms in
such plenty that a bushel might be
gatheted in an hour,; an anaconda
glides acioss the naiiow tiall, too
quickly and silently for you' to do moie
than observe its tiemendous length and
beautiful coloring of yellow and black;
a doer pauses an instant in full sight
and then dashes awaj'. If it is the
lalny season, you will ride for nn hour
In a brilliant and scorching tun, nnd,
with sc.ucely any warning not moie
than five minutes at the most, of
thunder-like cannonading, lightning
and datkenlng sky find youiself in a
drenching downpour only just short of
n solid mass of water. These aie a
few of the varieties of an excursion In
' the "bush."
NATIVES OF PANAMA.
Not Religious or Moral, but They
Havo an Easy Time.
Geoigo II, Paine, In tho Sim.
Although these natives nto neither
religious or moiul (accoidlng to our
standuid) they nro the .kindest, jolllest
FOR THE LITTLE ONES -Cut out tho pictutes appealing on this page, each
day, dtnvy a pencil mink mound tho hidden object, save thorn until Satuiday,
then send them or talto them to Tho Tribune ofilco in an cnvolopo addiessed to
PiM4la Denqitment." Eneloso In tho cnvelopo jour nnmo, ago nndiiddiess. Tho
boj-s and glilb who lottectly mink tho six pictutes appealing during tho week,
and whoso answois nio flist iccoived, will havo their names published In Tho
Tilbune Monday morning,
Find the brother of one
PAIN IN THE BACK.
A Sure Sign of Kidney
Trouble. Dr. Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy will
Pain in the back is a never failing sign
of kidney disease ; nnolher sure sign Is
the condition of the urine ; if you have a
pain in tho back then look to tho condition
of your urine. Tako a glass tumbler and
fill it with urlno ; nftcr it has stood 24
hours, if ithna a sediment, if itis milky or
cloudy, paleordiscolorcd, stringyorropy,
your kidneys nnd bladder are in a danger
ous condition and need immediate atten
tion, orthe consequences may prove fatal.
F. C. Wllcox-of 059 New Biitain ave.,
Hartford, Conn., says:
"I had a frightful pain in my back,
the result of kidney trouble. My
physician seemed powerless to relievo
mo. I determined to try Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy ; it
helped me wonderfully, and In a short
time cured me completely."
Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy
Is the one medicine that really cures all
diseases of tho kidneys, liver, bladder nnd
blood, rheumatism, dyspepsia and chronic
constipation. It is wonderful how it
makes that pain in tho back disappear,
how it relieves tho desire to urinate often,
especially at night, nnd drives away that
scalding pain in passing water nud makes
you well and strong.
It is for sale by all druggists in the
Now BO Oent Ssxo and the regular
$1.00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sample bottle enough for trial, free by mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Randout, N. Y.
Dr. Dsrld Kennedy's IIosc Jellr radical euro
Catarrli, Hay Fctci nud Cold In Head. COc.
lot; they toll not, neither do they spin,
yet Solomon In all his glory might well
have envied their state of contentment
with things ns they find them.
In one icspect, nt least, society In tho
"bush" nppioaches that of Heaven,
since theie Is little manlago or giving
In maniage. Anangements, more or
less permanent, aie entered Into be
tween two pei sons of opposite sex,
which peisist only during the pleasure
of both pai ties. As a consequence,
since both ate fiee, there Is seldom any
bickering and the wiiter heard not a
single angry word while he was among
them; the babies seem not to crj1 or
the motheis to scold. Theie is one veiy
sad side, however; tho late of mortal
ity must be tiPiiicndous, since there is
no inciCHse in the population and this,
tob, in face of the fact that most girls
aie motheis by the time they aie fif
teen ye.us old.
One word about drunkenness; con-
reive them suuounded by all sorts and
kinds of vegetation from which they
make intoxicating liquors with the
gieatest ease and yet they aie almost
unlvei sally tober; piacticallj-, the only
drunkards aie foielgncis.
LOCATION OF INDUSTRIES.
Percentage of Products as Indicated
by Census Bulletin Bureau.
Ilj Kxthr-Ive W lie fiom the Associated Press.
Washington, Aug. 26. The census
buieait today issued a bulletin on the
localization of Indttstiles, which shows
that, mensuted by the value of pio
ducts, moie 'than S3 per cent, of the
collar nnd cuff manufactuie is carried
on in Tioy, N. Y moie than 01 per
cent, of the oj-stei canning industry In
Kaltimoie, Aid., moie than 74 per cent,
of the manufactuie of gloves in tho
cities of Glovei.sville and Johnstown,
N Y,, mote than 4S net cent, of the
coke manufactuie in tho Connollsville,
Pa, distilct; moie than 47 per cent,
ot the manufactuie of biassware in
Watetburj-, Conn.; moie than 43 per
cent, of the manufacture of c.upets In
Philadelphia; moie than 45 per cent, of
the manufactuie of jewelry In Piovl
dence, It. I., and the adjoining towns
of Attleboro and Noith Attleboio,
Alass.; inoic than 3G per cent, ot tho
sllverwaie manufactuie In Piovldcnce,
It. I,; moie than 33 per cent, of tho
slaughteiing und meat packing indus
try In Chicago; moie than 32 per cent,
of the manufactuie of pluted and Bil
tnnnlci waie in Alerideu, Conn.; more
than '2i per cent, of the agricultural
implement industry in Chicago and
moie than 21 per cent, of the silk In-
dustiy in Pateison, N. J.
D., L. & W. BOARD FOR TODAY.
Tho following is the make-up of tho
Delawaio, Lackawanna and Western
board for today:
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27.
Summits Webt S a. in., C.inlgg.
Pusheis 7 it. m, C. Baitltnloinevv; S a.
m Mutiny; 11.43 a, in., Coslai ; 7J0 p. m,
Latimer; 9 p, m., Cuso.
llclpcis 1.30 a. m,, JIcGovetn; 7 a. m,
Gaffney; 10 a. m., Secor; 3,13 p. m., Lamp
Doheity and cicw will run 11.30 p. m.
extra cast, Ttic.sduj', Aug. 23.
Golden and cicw will run S a. m. extia
cist, WerineMlny, Aug. 27.
llaggcity and ctew will tun 3,13 p. in.
extia east, vvednebilaj-, Aug, 2,,
of these girls and his dog.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Only Half a Cent a Word.
FOR RENT-Bedronm and sitting looms
ptlvnto family. At. 1,, Ttlbtino ofilco.
llOUfir.H for tent, 8 looms, 003 Momoo;
almost new. CnmegyH.
NIN12-HOOA1 house, Mulbeity stiret,
cnmcnlcncos. Unmegys, Council Jlltlg,
THRKII handsome furnished houses for
lent; also furnished tonms for light
housekeeping, Coran ami urn us. 'I'hono
lot, Comi'gjs, 709 Council Uullitiug.
Von IlUNT-l-'iom September 1, 3-ioom
hoiine, Dll aieen Hlilgp Btiect; nioiloin
ImpiovemontHi steam heat frco; location
FOU nnNT-Soptember 1st, hmiso on
Madison avenue with modern lmpiovo
monts. Inquire at I2J Madison avenue.
UAIinmt SHOP for rent; nenrly now
building; good location; city water,
etc. Just vacated. An exceptionally good
opnoitimlty to continue a well estab
lished business. C. N. Wood, Now Mil
Ton IU3NT Two furnlshod cottages at
I.ako Bhci Irian; dry and healthy loca
tion: good simile nnd finest nlaco for a
week or a month's outing in Noithern
Pennsylvania. Adiliej-s II. L. Haidlns,
FOR SALli Cheap, one laico new gio
ceiy wagon, canjlng capacity A mi
pounds; alno one huge coffee grlndoi ;
enn be run hy motor or hnnd power. .Ap
ply to U. Moics, 31S Lackawanna avenue.
TOR SALE A flist class meat niaikct.
Owner will vvoilc for patty. Address
131 Chestnut stieet, Dunmoio, Pa.
WANTED-A few shales Title Gantantee
and Tmst Co. stock. Addicss W.,
Tilbune of lice.
Wanted To Rent.
WANTED A small house or flat, picfor
nbly furnished, in desirable location.
To gain attention, state terms. P. O. Box
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO I.OAN
Qulck, stiafght loans or Building and
Loan. At ftom 4 to 6 per cent. Call on
N. V. Walker. 314-313 Connell building.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
In'pro-.ements; private family; gen
tlemen piofeircd, at 537 Adams avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas and bath, gentlemen pio
f erred, at 539 Adams avenuo.
THE ANNUAL meeting of tho slockhold
eis of the Scianton Foiglng Company
for the election of Dliectois, and the
Uaii'-actlon of other business, will bo held
at tho office of the Company in the City
of Scianton, on Wednesd.i-, August 27,
1002, at J o'clock p m.
E. P. CHAAIUERLIN, Secrctaiy.
TRUSTEES Sale of Real Estate. In
Bankiuptcy. The undei signed, tius
tco In bankiuptcy for tho Scianton Lum
bei Co, limited, in nccoiduneu with an
older oi tlie Refciee In Bunkiuptcy ot
the United Sl.itos, Distilct Coiut. will, on
Monday, the luth day of Seplcmbei, at 10
a. in , on tho pi emiscs, No. -07 East Mar
ket stieet, Scianton. expose lor sale to
the highest hldrici all the ical cstato of
tho aboe named bankiupts.
Said ical estate Is desctibed as follows:
Being lots numneiod 8, 13, 10, 2J, 21, 23 and
20, upon tho Tiipp plot of land upon E
Matket stieet nnd Ros.innn avenue. Im
piovcd with a planing mill, containing
engine, boiler nnd other macitlnciv, lum
ber sheds and offlco building. Said ical
estate vvll be sold lice tiom nil encum
liiances. HUGH II. ANDREWS,
Tiusteo in Bankiuptcy lor Scianton Lum
ber Co , Limltrd.
W. II. JESSUP, Attorney.
IN RE: Estate of Cnthailnc Mlttnn. Into
of tho Boiough of Waverly, decciibcd.
Lotteis of ndmlnlstiation c. t. a. In tho
nboo estate having been gi anted to tho
undcislgned, nil pcibous having claims
against same will present them for pay
ment, and nil peihons Indebted theicto
will mako Immediate pavment to
D. W. MITTAN,
Admlnlstiator C. T. A.
TRED C. IIANYEN,
Attorney foi Estate,,
32915 AVashinglon avenuo.
At Pittsburg first game R.H.E.
Bobtou 0 0000000 11 9 0
Plttslnug 0 0 J0O0G0X ,S H 3
Batteries Plttinger and Aloran; Chcs
bio and Zlmnier. Umpire Irwin,
Second game R.H.E.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 2 3
Pittsburg 00 1 000 20 x 3 10 1
Battel leu Willis and Blouin; Doheny
and Klnimcr. Umplie liwln.
At Cincinnati R.H.E.
Now Yoik 1 0 0 1 0300 1 G 11 0
Cincinnati o o o o o o 0 o o o s u
Battel le.s Jlatthcweon and Bowermnn;
Thellmuu and Bet gen. Umpire Eniblle,
At St. Louls-Phlladolphln-St. Louis;
Brookl.vn-Chlcago; no scheduled.
At Boston R.H.E.
St. Louis 2000000 0 02 5 S
Boston 0S0 0 2 1 2 0X-13 13 3
Butteries Powell, Kitno and Kahoe;
Young and Ctlger, Umplie O'Louuhllii,
At Philadelphia- H.H.L'.
Cleveland ,.000200000-212 2
Philadelphia 2 1 0 0 3 a 1 0 x 1 1 IS 1
Battciies nets and Bimls; Plank and
belli eckengost. Umpli c Shot Idan.
At Baltimore R.H.E.
Chicugo 1130 00011-1013 0
Baltimoio ,,,0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0-0 $ 2
Battel Ich Gut vin and AluFurlaud; How
ell mid Smith. Umpire Connolly.
At Washington- R.H.E.
Detiolt ,,,,,, 3000001307 9 1
Washington 0 0 1 1 3 3 0 Ox-8 12 S
Baltciles-JlcCnrthy und AlcAlllsler;
Patten nud Clatk, Umplie Cm uthers
Monti cat, 2; Toiunlo, 0.
Piovldencc 0; Nuwuik, 5 (Mist gamo),
Piovldcnce, 10; No win k, 4 (second gamo)
Woiccster, Jjj Joiscy Cltj', 3.
Buffalo. 10; Rochcatci, 0.
Coroner's Jury Approves Lynching,
Ily Kxtluahc u iic from 'flic .UtoUaled 1'rcsi:
Churlotte, N. C, Aug. 26. The coioner's
Jury In tho cas.o of Tom Joiyts, tho negro
who usgnulted and futullyiXjini-cil Mr.
Smith, and who was lyucHpestcrday,
has approved tho uct of tt'JSrichcrii.
Accented Tor Less
Tluin to cents.
Branoli WANT Cfficas.
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Kecolved at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT SClItlLTZ, corner Mul
beity stieet nnd Webster nvo.
OUSTAV PIC1113L, UK) Adams
GEO. W. JENKINS, 101 South
PIIED L. TDHPPE.
GEO W. DAVIS,
CIIAUIjES P. JONES, 1537 Dick
F. J. JOHNS, 020 Greon PJdgo
C. LOHEN55. coiner Washington
nvonuo and Atailon stieet.
W. II. KNEPFEL,
J. G. BONE & SON.
Furnished Rooms Wanted.
WANTED-Smull hoiibO, or furnished
looms, for light housekeeping. Ad
dress G. II. It, Ttlbnno office.
Help Wanted Male.
YOUNG men wanted, any distance, copj
lcttois, liomc evenings and icturn lo
us Wo pav $10 per thousand, send nd
ritcssed envelope, pai tic-Hints nnd copy.
F. M. C. Dept. 4'0, Box 1111, Philadelphia.
Help Wanted Female.
YOUNG ladles wanted, anj' dlstnnco, copy
lcttois. home evenings and icturn lo
ns Wo pay $10 per thousand, send nd
dtesscrt envelope, particulate! and copy.
F M. C. Dept 42G, Box 1111, Philadelphia.
WANTED Gill for genet nl housework.
Applj' at 413 Madison avenue.
SITUATION WANTED-By a joung lady
to do light housowoik or second gill.
Addicss JI. M. D , 111! Elm street.
SITUATION WANTED-By boy aged 17
j-oats; would like to dtivo hoiso or
woik in knitting mill; good lcfetcnrcs.
Addicss Chailes Allllcr, 911 Slocum stieot,
SITUATION WANTED-By coloied gen
tleman, a position dilvlng for doctor
or waiter In hotel. Addicss Chailes
Elselc, tear 331 Phelps street.
LOTS, houses and fatxns for sale.
J. C. Zurflleti.
FOR SALTS Elegant sites for homos in
upper Gieon Rldgo; cholco neighbor
hood; most dcshablo locality for homo
In Lackawanna county. J. A. Marvine,
173G Sanderson nvonue.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP of L II. Stone and
F. C. Waltcis, doing business under
tho name of the New Renovating Com-
pany, was dissolv ed on Atay 14, 1D0J. V
L II. STONEV
THE MODEL LAUNDRY, Dumnoro,
laundeis shhts nt 8c. each and collars
nnd cuffs at l'.ic. each.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING. C. P. A.. 23
Tiaders" Bank Building. Old 'phono 1SG1.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B.,
Real Estato Exchange Bldg., 120 Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. L. HARDING, S13 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 72G CONNELL
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER. PAULI
building, Spiuco stieot, Scianton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH. 115 WYOMING ave.
SCHLAGER & CO., Tiaders Bank Bldg.
nftTC IMTC In all countries
KM I C.IM I O of the Globe.
Tho only licensed nnd equipped pntont
solicitor In tho city. No chaigo for In
formation on patentability; over ton years
Kcploglc & Co., Wears Illclg-.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 123 ANU 127 FRANK
Itll uvcliuo. Rates lcutonablo,
P, iHEGLElt, Pioprlotor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D L S. W.
Pnsscngcr depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan, Victor Koch. Ptopilotor.
A. B. BRJads CLEANS PrT'V VAULTS
and cats pools; no odor; only impiocd
pumps used, A. B. Biiggs. piopiletoi.
Lcavo oidois 1100 Not 111 Main uveuue.
or Elcko's ding btoio. cot nor Adams and
Mulbcuy. Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAR 311 LACKA.
avo Scranton, mtis. of Wiro Scrcons,
MEGARGEE BROS., PRINTERS' BIJP.
plies, envelopes, paper bugs, twine.
Wutohousc, IM Washington nvonuo.
THE WILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo had In Scianton nt the nows stand
of Rtlsm.iii Bios, 400 Spiuco und C0J
Linden; M. Noiton. 322 Lackuwilnua
ave.; I, 8. Schutzor, 211 tipruco sttest.
Boarders i Wanted.
BOAltDERS WANTED-Wlll take sum
mcr bo.i i dei h; tluco luigo ally looms
nnd good Ulilo bourd. Addicss O. K.,
Board and Rooms.
VEItY DESIRABLE suito of-loom3 with
flrbt clam; table boatd, can bo obUllmd
at AJJ Jeffcison ""i
Only Half a Cent a Word.
STOCK AND WHEAT TltADEItS wlth
out delnj. Wrlto for our special mar
ket letter. Freo on application. 8. M.
Illblmtd & Co., mombets N. Y. Consoli
dated nnd Mock Exchange, 41 nnd it
Ilrondwny, Now York. Established 1861.
Long Dlstnnco 'Phono 2.1S8 Uroad.
Room for Rent.
FRONT ROOM for rent; desirable, .421
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect Juno 1, 1902.
Trains Icavo Sriitnton for Now York
At IN). 3 20, 0 03. 7.00 and 10.10 a. m.; 12 40,
:i 40, 3 ;i. p m. For Now York nnd Phlla
dolphla 7.D0, 1010 a. m., nnd U 40 and .1.15
p. in. For Gouldsboro At G 10 p. m. For
ButTnlo-1,15, 0.22 and 9 00 a. m.; 1.53. 6 59
and U.10 p m. For Blnghamton, KImlrn.
and way stations 10 2" a. in.. 1.03 p. in.
For Oswego, Byinciiso nud Utlca 1.13 nnd
0.22 a. in.; 1.53 p. m. Oswego, Sj'racuso
and Utlca tinln nt 0 22 n. m. dally, except
Sundnv. For Montioso 9 00 a. m ; 103
and C r,0 n in. Nicholson accommodation,
4 oo nnd G is n. m.
Bloomsbuig Division For Northumber
land, at G33 and 1010 n. m.i 1.33 nnd 010
P m Tor Plymouth, at S.10 a. m.; 3 40
and 9 0", p in,
Sundnv Tinlns For Now Yoik, 1 50, 125,
G03. 10 10 n. tii.; 3 10 nnd 3 33 p. in. l'or
Buffalo 1.15 nnd G22 a. m.; IB", OK) and
11.10 p m. For Elmlra and way statlons
10 2", a. m. Tor Blnghamton nnd way sta
tlons, 9 00 n. m. Blnomsbuig Dlvlslon
Leavo Scianton, 10 10 a m. and 6.10 p. is
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
Ill Effect Juno 13, 11902.
Trains Leave Scianton.
Tor Philadelphia and Now Yoik via D
& II. It. R, ut 7.11, thiough Pallor Cat
and Day Coach Ciithondalo to Now York
and 9 17 n. in . with L. V. Coach Cnibon
dalo to Philadelphia, and 2.1S, 1 ,13 (Blncl:
Dlnmond Expiess), -and 11.49 p. m Sun
diijs, D & If. R. r, i.-,s 017 p. m.
For Whlto Haven, Hnssleton nnd princi
pal points in tho coal regions, via D As
II. R. r., 7 4t. 218 and 4 33 p. m. For
Pottsvllle. 7.41 n. m
For Bethlehem, Eastnn, Reading, Hnr
rlsburg and ptlnrip.il Intci medlnto sta
tions, via D. ft II. R. R.. 7 41. 9 47 ft. m ;
2.IS, 4 33 (Black Diamond Express). 11.49 p.
m. Sundajs, 'D. & II. R. R , 9 3S a. m ;
1 W, 9 17 p m.
ror Tunkhannock, Townnda, Elmlra,
Itnncn, Geneva nnd prlnclptl intermedltito
stations via D., L. & W. R. R , G 33 a. nt.
and 1 im p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Nlns
nia Falls, Chlcngo nnd all points west v! v
D & IT. n. R, 1201 p m.: 3 2S (Black
Dlnmond Express), 10 41. 11.49 n. m Sun
days. D. & II. R. R , 12 03, 9 17 p. in.
Pullman parlor and Bleeping or Lehlsh
Vallov Pallor caiB on nil tinlns betwpen
Wllkes-Barro nnd Now York. Philadel
phia, Buffnlo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN II. WILBUR. Gen. Supt., 20
Cortland street. New York.
CHARLES S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt.,- M
Cortland street. Now Yoik.
A. W. NONEAIACHER, DiV. Pass Agt ,
South Bethlehem, Pa.
For tickets and Pullmnn reservations
apply to city ticket office, 69 Public
Square, Wilkes-Banc, Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
In Effect Juno 29. 1902.
Stations In New York, foot Liberty
street nnd South Feny, N. It.
Tinlns leave Scianton for New York,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Allen
town. Alauch Chunk, White Haven, Ash-loj-,
Wllkes-Barro and Plttston at 7.30 a.
m., 1 n. m. nnd 4 p. m. Sunday, 2 10 p m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scianton
7.20 a. m , thiough solid vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Tailor Car for Phil
adelphia with only ono change of cars
for Baltimoio nnd Washington, D. C, and
nil piinclpal points south and west.
TT,y- Annnn DUIntrtn rand "Wrttlrnn- Dn
fp m, and 4 pm. Sunday, 2 10 p. m.
For Long Bianch, Ocean Grove, etc,
7.30 a. m. and 1 p. m.
Foi Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg
v la Allentown at 7.30 a. m , 1 p. m. and 4
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Tamaqua and Pottsvlllo, 7.30 a. m.
1 p. m. nnd 4pm
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BESSLER. Gen Manager.
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schcdulo In Effect Juno 16, 1902.
Trains lcavo Scranton: G33 a. m., weoli
days, thiough vestibule train from
WilUes-Bnn-e. Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vlllo; stops at principal intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunbuiy, Har
llsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash,
ington and for Pittsburg and the West.
9 47 a. m . week days, for Sunbury, Han
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash)
Ington and Pittsburg nnd tho West.
1.42 p. m , week days, (Sundays, 1 b3 r
m ), for Sunbury. Harrlshurg, Phlladeh
pbla, Baltimoio, Washington and Pitts,
burg nnd tho West.
3 28 p. m., week days, through vestibule
trnln from Wilkes-Barre. Pullman buffet
pai lor car end coaches to Philadelphia H
Pottsvlllo. Stops at principal intermedi
4 33 p. m , week divs. for Ilnzleton, Sun
bm j', Harrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pitts
J. B. HUTCHINSON. Gen. JIgr.
J. B. WOOD, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect Juno 10, 1902.
Trains for Cmbondalo leavo Scianton at
6 41. 7 36, S2G, 1013 n. m.: 12 03, 1.12, 211,
3 Do! D29, b23, 8 21. 9.15, 10 04 p. m.; 12.13,
'ForIIo'ncsdalo-0 41, 1013 a. m.; 2.11 and
n "0 n in.
For Wllkcs-Bniro-6 3S. 7.41. 8 41. 9 47,
10W a. m.i l-'OJ. 1,12, 218. 3.2S, 4 33, 6.10,
7.JS. 10 41. 11.49 J), m. .. . .
For L. V. It. It. Points 7.41, 9.47 a. m.;
2.1S, 4 33 nnd 11.19 P. in.
For Pennsylvania R, R. Points 6 38,
9 47 a. m ; 1.1-'. 3-'S nnd 4.33 p. m.
l'or Albany nnd all points noith 7.36 a.
m. and 3 06 p. m.
m. roi" cJuNDAY TRAINS.
For Carhondnlp SCO, 11 3J a. m.J 211,
3 EH. CD2 nnd 11.17 p. m.
For Wllkcs-Biire-9 3S a. m.J 12.03, 153,
3 2S, 0 32 and 9 17 n. m.
For Albany and points north 3 56 p, m.
For Honesdnlc S DO a, m,; 11.33 and 3 53
P' W," L. TRYOR, D, P. A' , Scranton, Pa.
Erie Railroad Wyoming Division!
In Effect July 30th, 1902.
Tinlns lcavo Scianton lor Hawley and
local stntlons nt 7.20 upd 8 43 a. m.;'1.3i
and 0 20 p. in. 'Sundajs, 9 no a. m and
133 p. m. For Now Yoik. Nowbuigh and
Intel medlnto points nt 7 20 a. m. and 1.33
p. in, Sundajs, 1.UI p m
For HoncMlnlo 1.33 and B20 p. m.
Tinlns nulvo at Scranton 8.20, 10 II n.
in.: 3 06 and 915 p. m. Sundajs, 1.00 nnc
S 13 p. in.
New. York, Ontnrlo raid Western.
Tinio Table i.i Effect Sundaj-, Juno 13, 1903
NORTH BOUND TltAINS.
Leiivu Lcavo Arrlv
No, L ..
No. 3 .,
No. 7 ..
Scranton. C.iibond.Uo. Cndosln.
10 20 a. in. U.10 a. m. l.oo p. in.
400 p. m. i il p. in. Gooivrm.
6 10 p in Ai C.u himduls 6 46 P m
SOUTH BOUND. ' -.
Lcavo Lcavo Arrfva
Tinlns. Cadosla. C.u bnudalo. Scianton,
No, u ,,,... lifiOa, m, 7.21 a-jm.
No. I 8.10a.m. lootn.m, I040n.m,
No. 2 2.15 P m. I 00 p. m. 4 45 p tn.
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND.
Leavo Leavo Anlva
No. a ...
No. 5 ,,.
Scianton, Caibondalo Cndoxla,
K 30 11, 111. 9 10 p. III. 10 45 nrjn.
7 00 p m.Ar.Cailinudalo7.tj ptn
Leave I.oavu Airlva
Tinlns. Cadoslu. Caibondalo. Scianton,
No, C 650a. in. T.'J'iti. m.
No. 10 4 30 p. m. t oa i. m. 0 43 p. m.
Trains Nos. 1 on week dnjs, nnd 9 on
Sundujs connect foi New York tltjMld.
illotown. Walton, Not w Ich, Ouulda, Os
wego apd all iolnts west.
Tialn 3 for Pojntello. Walton, Delhi,
Bldnoy, Noiwlch nnd nil Now Ilcilln
Tialn No. 0, with 'clunker City Ex
mess" at Scianton, via C. It. R of N. J,
for Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Jiiltlmoie.
Washington and Pennsylvania state
Sco tlme-tnblo and consult ticket agents
for connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDERSON, O. P. A.. New York.
J. E. WELSH, T P. JW Scrauton.n'a:
, -,ik. j