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THE SORAISTON TRIBUNE FllID AY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1902.
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Special to the Scranton Tribune.
ritlslon, Sept. 4. John allies, of
JMttston Junction, was before 'Squire
Khrot yesterday afternoon charged with
disorderly conduct and assault and bat
tery on a coal and Iron policeman cra
ployedby the Lehigh Vulley Coal com
pany, the company being the prosecu
tors. Miles, according to the testi
mony, caught the coal and Iron police
ofllccr at the Junction last evening, and
nfter accusing him of being a scab, of
fered to lot him depart unha.'med if he
would hand over a. dollar. The man
refused to do this, but bought the beer
for lilies, and then departed. Miles
nas lined ?10 and held under $300 ball
on the charge of assault.
Kc-v. Lewis Thomas Hughes, of Madi
son, N. Y will occupy the pulpit of
the Welsh Congregational church next
Sunday morning and evening, and ev
ery Sundny during the month of Sep
Progress on the now theater had been
hindered during the past two days by
a strike of the hod carriers. The men
Bald they had been promised 17V cents
per hour, but that when they received
their pay check they were given only
12',i cents. Mr. Slipp, the contractor,
however, claimed that the matter was
purely n mistake of the bookkeeper.
Tne hod carriers, however, demanded
an Increase to 20 cents per hour, which
was refused, Work was resumed this
morning,' new men 'being secured for
the pay offered, 17',i cents.
Counterfeit silver dollars turned out
at tho Port Oflfllth mill, which was
raided by secret service officers last
week, are still In circulation here, and
a. number have been taken In by tho
merchants within tho past few days.
Thirty Duryea boys who went in
EWlmmlng In tho river on the West
Side Monday were arrested by Chief
of Police Sclinonover, and fined $3 each
liy Burgess Foster, Tho boys wore not
clothed ' In the required swimming at
tire. At tho regular meeting of tho AA'est
Flttstnn borough council n plan to place
a proposition to bond tho borough for
$25,000 to bo used for paving purposes
was, discussed. Tho citizens will prob
ably bo given a chance to voto on It at
tho next hprlng election.
John McOulre, of White Haven, nnd
Miss Clalro Ormsby, of Upper Pitts
ton, were united In marriage this morn
ing In St. Mary's church, Upper Pltts
ton, Itev. Father ("Revo officiating. M.
J. MeGulre. brother of the groom, wnn
best man and Miss Maud Ormsby was
William J. Breeso and Nelson Bar
rctt, of tho AVest Side, will enter State
Collego this fall, tho former taking a
course In electrical engineering and the
latter In mechanical engineering,
Dnlph Hrown, an employe nt tho Mt.
Lookout colliery, wont Into the mine
with another employe last night about
7 o'clock and sot off a quantity of gas
accidentally, Brown was badly burned
Boy Curod of Colic After Physician's
Treatment Had Failed.
My boy when four years old was
tuken with colic unci crumps in his
stomach, 1 sent for the doctor unci lie
Injected1 morphine, but tho child kept
petting worse. I then guve him Jiaif a
leaBpoonful of Chuniberlaln's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and In
Jalf an, hour ho was sleeping unci soon
;ecoyered. P, L. AVIlUlns, Shell Lake,
Wis, Mr, AVHklns is bookkeeper for the
Ehel Lake Lumber Co. For sale by all
And public Speakers everywhere are
very often troubled with a cough or
some throat irritation which may
lead to graver complications later
on. A cough neglected may pave
the way for the germs of consump
tion to enter the weakened system.
There is no better preventive against
this dread disease nor more certain
medicine to cure a cough and at the'
same time to aot as a sustaining tonic
to build up the entire system than
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blood. It increases the activity of
the blood-making process, so that the
body is abundantly supplied with the
red corpuscles of health.
A prominent woman, who is veryfavorably known as an elocu
tionist, gives the following testimony:
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. :
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which the doctor called Goitre. I had an opera
tion performed which destroyed the goitre but left
me with a cough and throat trouble. I have
taken several bottles of your "Golden Medical
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I have no trace of that horrible disease to-day, and owe
present health to your valuable medicine.
Mrs. MAY STENOCK, Elocutionist,
176 Warren Avenue, Chicago, Ills.
will Find Dr. Pierce's
Tldviser a safe guide to
on receipt of stamps to pay
for the cloth'bound volume,
address Dr. R.
and was taken to the Plttston hospital.
As tho ambulance bearing Its burden
passed through Sturmcrvlllo It was
stoned and llred at. presumably by
strikers. No one In the vehicle was In
jured, however, although several shots
were Imbedded In the woodwork.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Nicholson, Sept. 4. Mrs. Carl, of
Blnnhamton, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stephens, of
AVllkes-Barre, spent Sunday with the
The fourth annual reunion of the
Stephens family was held in Anson
Stephens' grove, near Piercevllle,
Thursday, Aug. 2S. Dinner wan served
to about seventy-five people, after
which tho following programme' was
rendered: Vocal solo, selected, Miss
Sweet; violin solo, Miss Flossie Steph
ens; speech, AA'IUIain Stephens. Officers
were thou ehcted for the following
year. There wore people present from
Scranton, AVllkes-Barre, AA'Inwood.
Miss Ethel Stark returned home Mon
day evening after spending some time
-with friends In Laceyvllle.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Forest City. Sept. 4. A female curb
stone temperance orator was In town this
week, exhorting tho rtroplc along Main
Hired. To defray expenses an.l keep the
gouil work up, she sold a. sheet of tem
pernnre literature for "the price of a
glass of beer."
Born To 'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Henley,
a sou. To Mr. unci Mr. O. Wagner, a
daughter. To Jlr. and Mrs. J, K. O'N'ell,
The school board Tuesday evening
elected .Misses Margaret Kvnns, Teresa
j-wieii unci Mite Karnes as touchers.
There are still three vacancies, and
nearly a scorn of applications,
AVIlllnm Morrison and Basso ItoberU
Mrs. AVInlfrod Harris, of AVIIeox, Ari
zona, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs, J, L. Har
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Harford, Sept. I. George Forsythe
spent Saturday In Scranton.
Mrs. Ralph Marian and children, of
AYuslilugtou, D. C who have been spend
ing the summer with Mr, and Mrs. Coe
Stearns, returned home Suturduy,
Miss Anna Qtilnlau left Saturday for
I.iilhrop, whern the bus accepted a posi
tion as teacher,
Mrs, Young and son, of Scranton, are
guests of Mrs. G, A. Tiffany.
l'J. T, Tiffany nnd Cyrus Johnston are
In very poor health at this writing.
Hcv, J, P, Manwcll, of AVhltnoy's
Point, was calling on old friends AVednes
day and Thursday. Mr. Mitnwell hus ac
cepted a call to tho First Congregational
church, of Arohorst, Mass.
The funeral of Howard Robblm. young
est sou of .Mr, and Mrs. II. A. Robblns,
wus held nt tholr homo Saturday, Aug,
SO. This Is the second child that has been
tuken within u year from tholr home.
Mr, und Mrs. Itobblns huvo tho sympa
thy of all. Rev, AVornock oillcluted at tho
Miss. Fell tli
McConnell, who has been
parents, returned home
l'ayne wus In Montrose
lot candles, non.com. lee
ream privileges for the fair, Sept, 21 und
w, win oo som at auction on the grounds,
Saturday, Sept. 6, at 2 o'clock.
A, B. Smith, of Montrose, was the
guest of Dr. A. T. Brundago Tuesday.
Miss Jennie AVuruock left Suturday for
Hurford, N, A'., where she has accepted
u position as teacher.
A business meeting ut tho Christian
Common Sense Medical
healthful living. This
expense of mailing ONLY.
or only 21 stamps for the
V. PIERGE, Buffalo, N. Y.
Endeavor society will bo held In the lec
ture room Friday evening, Sept. 5. All
members are requested tn be present.
Frank Peck and Feed Osborne were
delegates to the Democratic convention,
held at Montrose, Sept. 3.
The many friends of AVIIIium Sherwood
were glad to know he was the success
ful winner of the first prize in the month
Mrs. Polly Tiffany is visiting her sUter,
Mrs. Babcook, In Uinghnmton.
Mrs. M. J. Chamberlain returned Tues
day from Plains, where she has been car
ing for her father, who Is suffering from
that dreadful disease, consumption.
Mrs. M, I. Jones has returned from
visiting friends In Scranton.
M. Unrtliiklc, of Syracuse, N. Y., opti
cian and specialist, will be at the Semons
hotel Thursday and Friday, Sept. 3-1.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Brooklyn. Sept. I Mrs. AV. C. AA'nll
and little daughters, of Dunmore, arc tho
guests of friends tn this vicinity.
Miss Lena Fish is teaching school at
Our IIIrIi school opened Monday, with
nn unusually lurge number of pupils. The
same teachers are employed as last year.
The remains of Baker AVoodwurd, an
old resident of Brooklyn, wero brought
here from New Milford, whore bo died
nt tho homo of his niece. The funeral
was held in tho Methodist Episcopal
church AVcdnosdny afternoon.
Mrs. M. E. AA'cston and Mrs. A. Cham
berlain have been to Carhnnrialc to at
tend tho funeral of J. II. Buglcy.
Mr. and Mrs. Loreu Bunnell, of Cur
bnndale, are visiting their many rela
tives and friends In and about Brooklyn.
Ray Morgan, of Scranton, is tho guest
of friends here. s
The' reunion of tlio Stephcns-AA'llllnms
families was held at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Eldrldgo last Saturday. One
Hundred and live persons wero present.
Tho dinner tables were spread nn tho
lawn, which was decorated with ever
green and flowers. After all had been
served and some groups photographed,
tho company listened to a very pleasing
programme, consisting of vocal und In
strumental music, recitations and a very
Interesting historical sketch of the fam
ily by Miss Elizabeth AA'ade, or Scranton.
A grand march to martial music was
another enloynblo affair. Tho next re
union will bo at N. AA'Hllam3', In Bridge
water. Marian, tho little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C, If, Tiffany, who was taken 111
while they wero visiting at Royal, Is
much better and It Is hoped will bo iible
to be moved home this week.
FOR THE LITTLE ONES. Cut out tho pictures appearing on this page each
day, druw a pencil murk around tho hidden object, suvo thum until Saturday,
then send them or tnko them to The Tribune ofllco In nn envelopo addressed to
"Puzzla Department," Enclose In tho envelope your name, ngo and address. The
boys and girls who correctly mark the six pictures appearing during tlio week,
and whoso answers aro (Irst recelvod, will have their names published In Tho
Tribune Monday morning. '
leading a storming
At tho Lycoum yesterday afternoon nnd
evening "Devil's Island," a melodrama
dealing with the Dreyfus caso was pre
sented. Tho drama Is Intensely dramatic
and Is rather handsomely singed. In tho
fourth net some Hue stngo effects nro
Mortimer Snow cssnvccl tho role of
Cnptnlu Maurice Do La Tour, the Drey
fus of the drama. Tho other lending
roles wero sustained In u cnpablo manner
by Q. P. MncLean. AVIlllam J. Cornea,
Adelaide AVarron nnd Pastiunlnla Do Voo.
Smart nnd AVIIHams company of col
ored pcooplc known ns "Tho Octoroons,"
opened a three days' engngoment nt tho
Two farces, "A Lucky Coon" and "Tho
Pullman Porters," nro presented, both
of which nro heavily laden with tho
latest songs nnd dances.
Edwnrd Hayes & Co.
Edward Hayes &. Co., continue to pro
voko almost Incessant humbler nt Dixie's
theater In their droll sketch entitled tho
"AA'Iso Cluy." Mr. Hayes seoms to be en
titled to front rank with tho comedians
of the clay, and the Hiipport given by Miss
Palmer and Miss Huyc5 Is nil that could
The "Wise Oily" Is one of tho funniest
little farces on the road.
A story Is told of Miss Josephine Hall,
who nppears In Anrons nnd Murray's new
musical comedy, "My Antoinette" at the
Lyceum Suturday nftcrnon and evening,
which shows that Mis Hull has taken a
lasting, dislike to the latest fashion In
locomotion. It appears that Miss Hall
owned a beautiful colllo with a splendid
Onu day, while walking on Fifth ave
nue, attended by her faithful companion,
an automobile hove in sight, travelling
considerably beyond the speed allowed by
law. Tho collie, disturbed by the noise
the mnchlno made, rushed into the mid
dle of tho road, burking furiously.
A midden, no doubt accidental turn of
the machine, and the colllo was under the
wheels of tho nutomoblle. Reparation
was freely offered, but .Miss Hall not
only declined to be comforted pecuniarily,
but from that day to this has never rid
den in one of those up-to-date vehicles.
Ward and Voltes.
Any one who saw AVnrd and A'okes'
ptoflticticn of "The Head AA'alters" -lust
year will remember with pleasure tho
rich burlesque on tho war drama,
"Shenandoah." In the new edition of this
vehicle, which AA'nrd and A'okes will show
us at the Lyceum next Monday evening,
thl-c burlesque feature has been retained
nnd will be well worth seeing again.
Almost every theater-goer has seen
some one of the many war plays, and
though this burlesque Is more particu
larly aimed at "Shenandoah," It smacks
of all of them. "Happy" AVnrd, Harry
A'okes, Mnrgnrd Duly A'okes. Lucy Daly,
Allan Curtis. Joe Kelly, Tony AVIIIInms
and the entire company are seen to oxcl
lent advantage. Diagram opens this
mornlg ut 9 o'clock.
Robert Mantell Coming.
Robert Mantcll nnd his company of
players will appear nt the Lyceum. Sept.
!l and 10. Mr. Mantell's manager, M. AV.
Hnnley, has surrounded him not only by
one of the foremost companies of legiti
mate players nn the American stage, but
has given his production an environment
which. Tor pictorial and historical Illus
tration, has never been equalled by other
than a spectacular performance.
The ploys selected are "The Dagger and
the Cross." Tuesday night and Wednes
day matinee, and "Monbars" AVednesduy
night. -Diagram' opens Saturday at' U 'u.
The Schiller Stock' Ccmprmy.
The Schiller Stock company pay their
annual visit to Scranton next week, open
ing In the famous Kngllsh melodrama In
four nets, "Man's Kncmy," one of the
greatest plays ever written, dealing with
the downfall of man through an appetite
for strong drink.
Campbell Stratton still heads the com
pany, assisted by Mamie Hherldun AA'ol
ford und u clever lot of players. The vau
deville numbers nro of the best, and in
clude Gorman and Leonard, James F.
lloey, Kelly and Rncniid, Lair and Mel
mar. Seats nn riilo this morning at 9
Oscar Norfleel, who bus appeared with
Lillian Riirkhnrdt In vaudeville, will bo
a now member of tho company with An
H. J. Cnrvill, an Kngllsh actor, who ori
ginally came to this country with tho
Kendalls, has been engaged for K. II.
Richard Mansfield's leading woman for
this season will bo Miss Dorothy Ham
mond, who Is described as a talented and
beautiful Kngllsh girl.
Hleiinor Roiisou will begin the season
In the support of Kyrlo Bellow hi "A
tieutleman of France," but will later
have a play of her own.
nolo.-sy Klralfy Is to open his tour of
the world with n revival of "Around tho
AVorld hi Klghty Days" at Providence the
latter part of September.
Plans lor AVIlllam Fnvorsham's coming
season are unsettled, owing to tho failure
of Sir Gilbert Parker to complete tho
dramatization of "Tho Right nf AVay"
within tho stipulated time.
.Miss Muud Furnls.i, u decidedly pretty
girl, possessing a volcu of rare sweetness
nnd cultivation. Is now singing tho role
of Mrs. Samuel Pineapple in "A Chinese
Honnynuon" at tho Casino and Is scoring
n hit of large proportions. Miss Furnlss
made her first upepnrunco on tho stngo
with "Tho Toreador" company ut the
Knickerbocker theater last season.
party at Rocky Point. Find two more
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THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Only Half a Cent a Word.
FOR RENT-Itulf of double house, 813
Preseott avenue, nt in per .mourn
O. F. Reynolds, Council building.
FOR RENT Modern single eleven room
homo! furnished. Inquire :lk! Whcclor
FOR RENT Flvo rooms nnd bnth
and storngo room, for husband nnd
wife only. $11.00. Apply 17 Adams nvo.
LAROE fur. -'shed hnuso for rent to a
sultnble party. Tho landlady may
keep a few rooms. Comegys, Connoll
FOR RENT-Fmm, September 1, 3-room
house, 031 Green' Rldgo atrooti modern
Improvements; steam bout frcol location
FOR RENT Two furnished cottnges n
Lnko Sheridan; dry and hcnlthy loca
tion; good shade and nncst place fpr n
week or a month's outing l) Northern
Pennsylvania. Address H. L. Harding,
FOR SALE Two now single houses on
Pino street, near Wheeler avenue,
each eight rooms. Easy terms. O. F.
Reynolds, Connnll building.
FOR SALE A scholarship In the Scran
ton Business college nt a reduction.
Apply to box LWI, Factoryvllte, Pa.
FOR SALE Cheap, one largo new gro
cery wagon, carrying capacity 4.300
pounds; nlso ono largo coffoo grinder;
can bo run by motor or hand power. Ap
ply to B. Moses, 51S Lackawanna avenue.
FOB SALE A first class meat market.
Owner will work for party. Address
131 Chestnut street, Dunmore. Pn.
Room for Bent.
FRONT ROOM for rent; desirable. 4JI
Wanted To Rent.
AVANTED A small house or Hal, prefer
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To gain attention, state terms. P. O. Box
Money to Lean.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN
Qulck, straight loans or Building and
Loan. At irom 4 to C per cent. Cull on
N. V. AA'alker. 314-U13 Connell building.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
FOB RENT Fill nlshcd room; steam
heat, gas and bath; half block from
court house square. Ml Spruce street.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, modern
Improvements; pilvnte family; gen
tlemen preferred, at oil Adams avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS IOR RENT, with
heat, gas nnd bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, at 53U AJams avenue.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be opened in
the ot'llce of the City Recorder, by the
Director of tho Department of Public
Works, nt 3 o'clock p. tn., on Monday,
September S, JW-, for tlio following named
Filling the northerly approach to the
Bloom uveniiii culvert and grading said
liloom avenue from iilock street to tho
said northerly approach to the Bloom
uvenuo culvert. Also for the rebuilding
of the siib-atructuro and for the lupuir
of tho superstructure of tho Hollow street
bridge over Leggett's crock, In the Third
Each proposal shall bo accompanied
with ens-h or ccrtltlcd check as a guar
antee to perform the work in accordlncc
Willi the plans and specllicatlons there
for us follows: For tho lirsc mentioned
woik fifty dollars, and for the last men
tioned, twenty-live dollatn.
Bidders will be lurnishe'd with proposal
blanks nt the Bureau of Engineering und
no others will be accepted.
All proposals must be filed with the
City Controller, at his ofiico in tho City
Hall, Scranton, Pa., not later than -.I'D
o'clock p. m., on Monday, September S,
Tho city reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
JOHN E. ROCHE, Director,
Department o Public Works.
PROPOSALS Sealed ptoposals will bci
opened at tho office of the City I'.e
coidcr by tho Director of this Department
at S o'clock )i. m on Friday, September
ii, 190-, for the repairing of Englno houses
No.'s 2 and 3 according to plans and
specifications on lllo In tho office of thu
Iiiircau of Building Inspection. Separate
bids must bo submitted on each house.
All bids shall bo filed with the City Con
troller nt his office, in tho City Hull,
Scranton, Pa., not later than :! o'clock
p. m Friday, September 5, 1902.
Tho City reserves tlio right to reject
any or all bids.
F. L. AVORMSER.
Director Department of Public Safety.
Scranton, Pa Aug. 29. 1902.
BRIDGE PROPOSALS Sealed proposals
will be received at tho office of th
Superintendent of Public Grounds nnd
Buildings, Harrlsburg, Pa., until 12 o'clock
m., on Tuesday, September 2.1, 1902, for
the rebulldlngot the super-stnicturo of
tho bridge over Lackawanna river, at the
Borough of Old Forge, Lackawanna
County, Pa. Bids must be placed In sep
arate envelopes endorsed on tho outside
with the l'unio nnd location of tho bridge
and the name of tho bidder. Plans und
specifications can be had on application
to tlio Superintendent of Public Grounds
and Buildings nt Harrlsburg, Pa. Kids
will bo opened In tho presence of tho bid
ders or tholr representatives In the Re
ception Room of tho Executive Depart
ment at Harrlsburg, Pa., at the tlmo
By order of the Board.
T. L. EYRE, Superintendent.
AVIlllnm A. Stone, E. B. Ilnrdenbergh,
Frank CI. Harris, Board nf Commissioners
nf Public Grounds and Buildings,
IN RE: Petition to free the Rldgo Tiirn-
piuo company a roan irom tons ami
Notice Is hereby given that nn appli
cation will bo mudo to tho Court of Quar
ter Sessions of Luckuwannn county, on
Moudny. the tith clay of October, 190J, at
0 o'clock ii, in., in accordance with the
provisions of nu Act of Assembly of tha
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, up
proved Juno 2, 1SS7, and the diipplmneuts
thereto, for tho appointment of u jury of
view, consisting of live reputable citizens
nf Mild county, to view and condemn the
Rldgu Turnplko Company's loud, a road
located wholly In Luckuwannn county,
extending from Humlerson avenue In thu
city of Scranton, tn Main street, hi the
borough of Dickson City, und tn make
the sumo free from tolls nnd toll gates,
nnd to assess tho damages to which the
owners or owners thereof may bo en
titled therefor, Tho sumo being a road
upon which tolls aro now charged tho
traveling public by virtue of an Act of
Assembly. T. P. Dl'FFY,
Attorney for Petitioners.
CLERK'S NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the District Court of tho United
States for tho Mlddlo District of Penn
sylvania, Morris L. Hcnovltz, of Scruu
ton, Luckuwuunu county, Pennsylvania,
a bankrupt under the Act of Congress of
July 1, IbOS, having uppllvd for a full
dischurgo from all debts provublu against
his cstuto under said Act, notice. Is
hereby given to all known creditors and
othor persons In Interest, to appear be
fore the said Court at Scranton, In said
District, on iho 20th day of September.
1902, nt 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, If any they have, why the prayer
of tho said petitioner should not bo
EDAA'ARD R. AV. SEARLE, Clerk.
Laura Blggar, tho actress, has ob
tained possession of tho Now York city
properly bequeathed to her by tho late
Henry M. Dennett, tho Pittsburg mil
lionaire. Tie property la yulucd ut 9150,-000.
Accepted for Less
Than 10 Cents.
Branch WANT Offlcas,
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Received at Any of tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT 8CHULTZ, corner Mul
berry street nnd AVebslor avo.
GUSTAV P1CIIEL, 050 Adams
GEO. AA'. JENKINS, 101 South
FRED L. TERPPE. "2D Cedar
GEO. AA'. DAVIS, corner North
Muln avenue, and Market
CHARLES P. JONES, 1557 Dick
F. J. JOHNS. 920 Grocn Rldgo
C. LORENZ. corner AVnshlngton
avenue and Mnrlon street.
W. II. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irving
J. G. BONE & SON.
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J. C, Zurflteh.
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homos In
upper Green Ridge; cholco neighbor
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in Lackawanna county. J. A. Marvlne,
1730 Sanderson avenue.
FOR SALE A fine general store in good
locality with Horses, wagons, fixtures,
etc. Stock Inventoried In April nearly
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$10,000 per year. Profits will run 20 per
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health. Fur further Information write to
P. O. Box 337, Scranton, Pu.
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Long Distance 'Phone 2TS8 Broad.
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first class table board, can bo obtained
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BOARDERS AA'ANTED Will take sum
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and good tablo board. Address O. K
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lady pupil proiorrcci. Address "u,"
THE MODEL LAUNDRY'. Dunmoro,
launders shirts at Sc. each and collars
nnd cuffs at l'c. each.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARDc7 SPAULDING. C. P. A.. 23
Traders' Bank Building. Old 'phono 1S04.
FREDERICK L. BROAVN. ARCH B
Real Estato Exchange Bldg., 120 AVush-
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, S13 CONNELL BLDO.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT. 720 CONNELL
DR. C. E. EILENBEROER. PAULI
building, Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 WYOMING avo.
SCHLAGER & CO., Traders Bank Bhlg,
nA TT IVIT"G In all countries
PA I C.IM I O or the Globe.
The only licensed and equipped patont
solicitor In tho city. No chargo for In
formation on patentability; over ton years
Rcpioglc & Co., Alcars IHtljr.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
p, S5IEGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & AV.
Passenger dupot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan. Victor Koch, Proprietor,
A. B. BRiaOS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
ami cess pools; no odor; only Improved
pumps used. A. B. Brlggs, proprietor,
l.eavo orders 1100 North Main uvenuo.
or Elcko's drug storo, corner Adams und
Mulberry. Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACKA.
ave., Scranton, mfrs. of AA'lre Screons.
MEGARGEE BROS., PRINTERS SUP
piles, envelopes. . paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 1W AVnshlngton avenuo,
THE AVILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo hud in Scranton at tho news stand
of Relsmau' Bros., 400 Spruco and C0J
Linden: M. Norton, 3" Lucknwanuu
ave.; I. S. Schutzcr, 211 Spruco aticit.
Only Half a Cent a Word.
YOUNG man, stenographer and typo
writer, desires position. Address U2S
AA iirron streot, Dunmore.
SITUATION AVANTED-A widow lady
wants a home In good family for her
Iji-yenr-old daughter, where she enn do
light housework for her board and attend
school; has had good training; good ref
erences given. Inqulro nt Y. AV. C. A,
rooms, 203 AVnshlngton avenuo,
SITUATION AVANTED-lly a boy II
years old In ofllco or store. Addross
jKo Dickson avenue.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna and .Western.
, , In Effect Juno 1, 1902J
Trains leavo Scmuton for Now York
At 1.G0. 3.20, 0.03, 7.D0 and 10.10 n. ill.; 12.40.
3.40, 3 33 p. tn. For Now York and Phlla
dolpbia 7X0, 10.10 a. m and 12.40 and 3.33
p. m. For Gouldsboro At 0.10 p. m. "For
Buffalo-. 15, c.22 nnd 9.00 a. m.; 1.53, 0 51
und 11,10 p. m. For Blnghnmton. Elmlra
nnd way stations 10.23 a. tn., 1.05 p. m.
For Oswego, Syracuse and Utlcn 1.15 nnd
0.22 a. m.; 1.53 p. nt. Oswego, Syracuse
and Utlca trnin nt 0.22 n. m. dally, except
Biindny. For Montrose 9.(10 a. m.i'1.03
nnd C.r0 p. tn. Nicholson accommodation
4.00 and fl.13 n. in.
, Bloonisburg Division For Northumber
land, at 0,33 and 10.10 a. m.: 1.53 and 0.10
p. in. For Plymouth, nt 8.10 a. m.; 3.40
und 9.03 p. :n.
Sunday Tralns-For New A'ork, 1.30, .",.20.
0.05. 10.10 n. m.: 3.10 nnd 3.33 n. m. For
Buffalo J.js and 0.22 a. m.i 1.53, 6X0 and
11.10 p. nt. For Elmlra nnd wny statlons
10.23 u. m. For Blnghnmton nnd wny sta
tions. 9.00 n. m. Bloomshurg Division
Leave Scranton, 10.10 a ,m. nnd G.10 p. m.
Xehigh Valley Railroad.
Ill Erfect Juno 13, 1902.
Trains Leavo Scranton.
For Philadelphia and Now York via D.
6 II. R. R.. at 7.41. through Tailor Car
and Day Coach Carbondnlo to New York
nnd 9.47 n. tn., with L. V. Conch Carbon
dnlo to Philadelphia, nnd 2.18, 4.35 (Black
Dlnmond Express), nnd 11.19 p. in. Sun
days. D. & If. R. it., 1.53. 9.17 p. m.
For AA'hlto Haven, Hnzleton nnd princi
pal points In tho coal regions, via D. &
If. R. R 7.41, 2.18 nnd 4.33 p. m. For
Pottsvlllc, 7.41 a. m.
For Bethlehem. Easton, Rending, Har
rlsburg nnd principal Intermediate sta
tions, via D. & II. R. R 7.41, 9.47 a. m.;
2.1S, 4.35 (Black Diamond Express). 11.49 P.
m. Sundays, D. & H. R. It., 9.33 a. m.;
1X8. 9.17 p. in.
For Tiinkbannoek, Townndn, Elmlra,
Tthncn, Geneva nnd principal Intermediate
stations via D., I,. & W. R. R., G.35 a. m.
and 1.55 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Nlag
nra. Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. & TT. R. R 12.03 p. m.; .1.28 (Black
Diamond Express), 10.41. 11.49 n. m. Sun
days. D. & IT. R. R., 12.03, 9.17 p. tn.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
A'nlley Parlor ears on nil trains between
AA'llkes-Barro and New A'ork. Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLIjIN IT. AVILBUR. Gen. Supt., 29
Cortlnnd street, New York.
CHARLES S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt., 23
Cortlnnd street, New York.
A. AV. NONEMACHBR, Dlv. Pass. Agt..
South Bethlehem, Pa.
For tickets nnd Pullman reservations
npply to city ticket office, 09 Publlo
Square. Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
In Effect June 29, 1902.
Stations in New York, foot Liberty
street nnd South Ferry, N. R.
Trains leave Scranton for Now York.
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Allen
town. Munch Chunk, AVblto Haven, Ash
ley, AA'llkes-Barro and Plttston nt 7.30 a.
m., 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7.30 a. m., through solid vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Phll
ndelphiu with only ono change of cars
for Bnltlmoro and AArashlngton, D. C, and
nil principal points south nnd west.
For Avoca, Plttston and AArllkcs-Barro,
1 p. m. and 4 p. m, Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.,
7.30 a. m. and 1 p. m.
For Rending, Lebanon nnd Harrlsburg
via Alientown at 7.30 a. m., 1 p. m. and 4
p. m. Sundny, 2.10 p. m.
For Tnmaqua and Pottsvllle, 7.30 a. m.;
1 p. m. and 4 p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BES3LF.R, Gen. Manager.
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schedule in Effect Juno lo', 1302.
Trains leave Scranton: CIS a. m wcok
days, through vestlbulo train from
AA'llkcs-Bane. Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vllle; stops at principal intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunhury, Har
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Bnltlmore, AA'ash
lngton and for Pittsburg and tho AVest.
9.47 a. m.. wcok days, for Sunbury. Hur.
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, AVash
ington and Pittsburg and the AVest.
1.42 p. m., week days, (Sundays. I.oj p.
m.), for Sunbury. Harrlsburg, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, AA'ashlngton nnd Pitts
burg and the AA'ost.
3 "S p. m.. week clays, through vestlbulo
train from AA'llkes-Barro. Pullman huffet
parlor car end conches to Philadelphia vlu
Pottsvlllc. Stops ut principal intermedi
4 35 p. in., week dnys. for Hazloton. Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pitts
b"'E' J. B. HUTCHINSON. Gen. Mgr
J. B. AVOOD, Gen. Pass. Apt.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect Juno 10, 1902.
Trains for Curbondalo leave Scranton at
0 41 730. 8.30. lO-U ": '-'-05. !. -'-'I.
nxc: i:h. 0.25; s.2i, 9.13, 10.01 p. m.-. ..
Kor'Honesdale-Ml, 10.13 a. m.; 2.11 and
G'For' Wllkcs-Bnrre-0.38. 7.41. 8.41. 9.47.
10 5 a. n": l-'-O". . --. X2S. 4.33, 0.10.
7 is 10 II. 11.4!) p. in.
For i' A'. R- R. Polnts-7.11, 9.17 a. m.:
MS. 4.33 and 11.49 p. 111.
For Pennsylvania R. R. Polnts-0.33.
0 17 a. in-: 1-42, 3.2S nnd 4.35 p. in.
For Albany nnd all points north-7.36 a.
m. and "-,,nAY TRAINS.
For Corbondnle 8X0. 11.33 a. m.; 2.11.
3.50, 5.52 and 11.17 p. m-
For AVllkes-B.-ii-re-0.SS a. m.; 12.03, 1.53.
3.28. 0.32 and 9.17 p. m.
For Albany nnd points north 1X6 p. rn.
For Houcsdale-8.50 u. m.i 11.33 nnd 3.53
P' AV L- PRYOR, D. P. A.. Scranton, Pa.
Erie Railroad Wyoming Division.
In Effect July 30th, 1902.
Trains leuvo Scranton for llnwloy and
local stntlons ut 7.20 nnd K.43 u, in.; 1.3.1
und 5.20 P- nt. Sundays, 9.00 u. m. olid
1 35 p, ui. For New York, Nowbirgh and
Intermediate points nt 7.20 n, in. and DJ
p. m, Sundays, 1.33 p, m. -
For llonesdnlo 1.35 and R 20 p. m. 1 .
Trains nrrlvo at Scranton 8.20, 10.41 ;f.
m.i 3.00 nnd 0.13 p, m", Sundays, 1-00 and
S.15 p. m. .-';
New York, Ontario and Western.'
Time Tablu in Effect Sunday, Juno 15, 190J
NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
Leavo Leave Ariiyo
Trains, Sernnton, Ciirhonclulc. Cadoslu.
No. I lO.aiu. m, Il.lilu, in, l.onp, m,
No, ;i ,,,... I oo p. m, 4.41 p. in. cj.oo p. m.
No, 7 U.10 p. m.Ar.Curbondalo il.40 p.rr
Leuvo Leuvo Arrive
Trains. Cadoslu, Cnrbondalc, Scruntpu,
No, U , 11.50 a. m. 7.23a.ni.
No. 4 8.40a,m. 10.01a. m, lo.ioa.'m.
No. 2 2.15 p. m. l.oo p. m. 4.43 p: in.
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND;
Leave Leuvo Arrive
Trains. Sernnton, Carbondalo. Cndosla,
No, 9 .,,,,. 8.30a, III. 9.10 p. in. 10.45 a.m.
No. 5 7.00 p. ni.Ar.Curbondale 7.15 p.m
Leave Lenvu Arrive
Trains. Cadosla, Carbondalo, Sernntph.
No. c ,,,,., ii.R0 a.m. 7.25a, in.
No. 10 -1.30 p. m, 0 Oii p. m, e.13 p,"m.
Trains Nos, 1 on week days, and 0 on
Bundays connect for Now York city, Mid
dletowu, AValton. Norwich, Oneida, Os
wego and all points west.
Train for Poyntollo. AValton. Delhi.
Sidney, Norwich und all New Berlin
Train No. '. with "Quaker City Ex
press'1 nt Sernnton. via C. 11. R. of N, J.,
for Philadelphia. Atlantic City, Baltimore,
AVauhlngtou und Pennsylvania stuto
See tlme-tnblo nnd consult ticket agents
for connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDEBSON. O. P, A., Now York.
J. E. AVELSH, T. P. A., Scranton. Pa.
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