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THE SCRANTON TMBUNE-WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1902. 7
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OPENED ITS GATES AT WALLS
It Is Bolng Conducted by the Malt
land Fair nnd Driving Park Com
pany Tho Entry List Does Not
Close Until 12 O'clock Today Tho
Schedule of Races Arranged for
the Week Base Ball Game Is to
Bo Played This Morning at 10
cYnm n Stnff Correspondent.
WnllsvlHo, Pa., Sept. 1G. The seventh
nnnuul exhibition nnd agricultural fair
of the Mnltlnnd Pair nnd Driving Park
company began hero today. As Is cus
tomary on the opening day, there were
no races or outside attractions to lure
visitors, so no ndmlsslon was charged.
The day was given up to exhibitors
getting their, displays in shapa and for
the fakirs to pick out tho most at
tractive spots In which to set forth
Tho entry list does not close until 12
o'clock tomorrow, so the exhibition
hulldlngs are not filling up as rapidly
ns usual. Secretary Smith says, how
ever, that enough entries have already
been tiled with him to pack tho build
ings from cellar to garret, What Is on
hand already is far In advance In
quality of any year since tho associa
tion began business.
The fall-goers wilt be well taken care
of apparently, both Inside and out
side the buildings. A number of side
shows have already been pleated In
conspicuous positions. A merry-go-round
for the children, run by Ira Van
Alstyne, of Dalton, Is ready for busi
ness. The refreshment privileges have been
let to F. M. Williams, of Nicholson.
These include the dining hall, a spa
clous wooden building capable of seat
ing 150 persons, and numerous stands
for the sale of oysters, fruit, tobacco,
soft drinks, etc. Mr. Williams has sub
let most of theprlvileges under guar
nntecs that everything would be sat
isfactory to patrons.
LOCATED IX WALLS VILLE.
The Maltland driving park Is lo
cated at tho little Village of Walls
ville, in Lackawanna county. ' The sur
roundings are picturesque and the air
Invigorating. The grounds are just
thirteen miles from Lackawanna ave
nue, In the city of Scranton. situated
on the .Great Bend and Philadelphia
turnpike. The railroad station is Dal
ton, on the Delaware, Lackawanna and
V, Western, from which the park is four
miles uistunt. hiii'K accommodations
,nre arranged for at this point, and
trains are so scheduled as to give vis
itors the entire day on the ground.
Those coming from Scranton should
take the train leaving- there at 9 a. m.
Hacks will return In time to catch the
7.30 p, m. train back to Scranton.'
The first exhibition was held in 1S96,
nnd was a success, .. congratulations
coming to the management then In con
trol from every side. Since then there
has been a complete change In the
management and the name has been
changed from the Maltland Driving
Park association to tho Maltland Fair
and Driving Park company, Under the
present management many improve
ments have been made. Tho track has
been widened and Improved, additional
provisions made for safety and con
venience of stock, the buildings have
been repaired, a base ball ground has
been laid out at n. large expense and
other improvements made.
Thq present ofllcers of the company
nre: President, Dr. Van C. Decker,
Nicholson; -secretary, W. O. Smith, Dal
ton; treasurer. Judge J. W. Carpenter,
Scranton. The directors are W. C.
Smith, ,Dalton; W. S. Huslander, Dal
ton, and M. D. Potter. Fleetville. Tho
stockholders comprising the company
are W. S, Huslander, W. C. Smith, D.
IV Potter, M. D. Potter; F. H. demons,
J. U. Hopewell, .T. W. Carpenter, Dr.
Van C. Decker and Mrs. Amy F. Potter.
Premiums are offered for the best
Specimens in horses, cattle, swine,
poultry, grain, vegetables, vinegar,
Jioncy, canned fruits, dairy products,
bread nnd pastry, doinestlc manufac
ture, fancy work, painting, house
plants, agricultural implements and
carriages, cabinet work, hardware and
School children's work. The schedule
of races for the week is;
Wednesday 2.2-t class, trot and paco,
purso JIM; 3.00 class, trot and pace, purso
Thursday 2.S5 class, trot and pace,
purso $100; 2.1!) class, trot and pace, purso
117."; running race, purso $30.
Friday 2.27 class, trot ami pace, purse
$125; frcc.for-all, purso ?200.
Tho entries for tomorrow's races are;
2.34 class Kato Modlum.P, A. Sherwood,
Jormyn; Director Clay, James J. Mohon,
Scranton; Almokln, s. m II. II, Pierce,
Carbondalo; Thomas W., blk. g,, SI. Slier
wood, Scranton; Major O,, b. g James
Justin. .Elk Lake; Mnxoy, b. g,, j. j,
T.ott, Montroso; Lillian Roy, b.ni., John
81attcry. Scranton; Gold Rein, br. s Wil
liam Norton, Aldcnvlllo; Falrport nolle,
b, m., II. 11, Pierce, Carbondalo; Frances
J blk. in,, Robert Westlake, Scranton;
Post Haste, b,g II. S. Clonuan, Scran
ton: Mamie T., s.m., MoMullcti & Hub
bard, CarbouOiilc; Rose Oorln, b. in., F.
W. Tonnnnt, Clark's Summit.
3.00 class Daby D,, gr. m James Jus
tin, Klk Luko; Iilnck Joe, blk. g J.
Whltchouse, Scranton; Hilly M,, b. g,, T,
B. Cjark. Honesdnlo; Myrtlo G blk, m
K. I. Lett, Montrose; Admiral C br, g
C. W, Hoyt, Montrose; Lillian Roy, b, in.,
John Sluttery, Scranton; Hilly D., br. g
G. AV, Becmer, Clark's Summit.
Tho races will be called at 1 p. in.
iltarp, Jnmes Kelly, of Duiuuore, wjio
jas started tho races hero every year,
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contains Hcrcury.
s mercury will surely destroy tho sense
or smell and cpmpldely derange the
whole systoin when entering It through
tho mucous surfaces, Such articles should
never bo used except on prescriptions
from rcputublo physicians, us the dam.
ago tlicy will do s ten fold to tho good
i'?u. c,lJJ Possibly derive from them,
!Ja,J s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
I'. J, Cheney Co., Toledo. O.. contains
ao mercury, and Is taken Internally, act
'ng directly upon tho blood and mucous
lurfuccs of tho system, in buying Hall's
ratarrh Cure bo suro you got the genu.
Se.' J i?, ,tulen Internally and made In
Toledo.) Ohio, by F, J, Cheney & Co. Tcs.
SiJ8.Jrw,nirt',,l7.-. "'' Wc per bottle.
MaU'h VamMy pu are the best.
will be on hand ngnln tomorrow to tnkc
charge of tho 'horsemen. A bnse hall
game between tho Waverly nnd Wnlls
vllle teams Is scheduled for tomorrow
morning at lb o'clock. i
On Thursday Myrtle Hell Webb, of
Chicago, will give a thrilling open-air
exhibition, She will dive from a tower
ninety feet high Into a net u few feet
from the ground. On Frldny this In
trepid woman Is to give a balloon as
cension with it parachute dpscent,
If tho weather conditions arc favor
able this year's fiijr promises to eclipse
any over held at Maltland park.
K. L. Hatfield.
Speclnl to the'Scrnnton Tribune.
Now Mllford, Sept. 1C Tho Women's
Christian Temperance union will meet
at the homo of Mrs. Amos Kent on
Miss Florence Indcrlled will leavo to-'
day for Passaic, N, J., where she will
D. V. Shay was In Susquehanna last.1
veck on business.
W. D. P. Alncy and wife, of Mont
rose, were In town Sunday. They left
on Monday for Plttston, where Mr.
Alncy will attend presbytery.
J. V. Axtell loft Monday for Juniata
Rev. r.. N. Ives Is attending the
Lackawanna presbytery at Plttston
Miss Kate Qulnn returned Sunday
from a two months' visit with friends
In. New York state.
Professor 13. A. Benson conducted tho
services at the Baptist church in Laws-vllle-
.Mrs. William Van Cott entertained a
number of lady friends at cards last
About forty from New Mllford and
New Mllford township took In tho cx
curnlon to Coney Island Sunday.
Mrs. E. S. Garralt gave a card party
to .a number of her lady friends on
Miss Catherine Shields and Miss
Henrietta Hnyden visited friends In
Rev. C. C. Glllett, of Clifford, con
ducted the services at the Baptist
The ladles of the Baptist church are
making plans to conduct a "harvest
home" entertainment some time next
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Faotoryvllle, Kept. 16. Tho Women's
Christian Temperance union met yes
terday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. George Sprague. A re
port of tho county convention was
Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Meth
odist church will hold a business meet
ing at the home of Mrs. Bristol this
afternoon at '.i o'clock.
Miss Ruth Sliiiman, of Glenburn,
spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Ruin
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stanton and Mr.
and Mrs. V. It. Gardner spent several
days last week at Syracuse, N. Y. Mrs.
Gardner spent Sunday with her aunt,
Miss Elizabeth Wrigley, nt Cnzenovia.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Mathewson have
returned from a visit with relatives In
New York state.
The funeral of the late Calvin Moore
was held in tho Baptist church last
Sunday. E.'J. Rice post, G. A. R., was
A. B. nought and Mrs. Jennie Rought
were married last Saturday evening by
I'ov. Mr. lion en. of Nicholson.
A very pleasant reception for the stu
dents was held at Keystone academy
last Friday evening.
The Howe family will hold a reunion
at the residence of Mrs. Jennie Cap
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Dundaff, Pa., Sept. 15. The frosts of
the past few nights has started the city
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saner, who have
been boarding at the Hotel Decker
throughout the past summer, have re
turned to their home at Green Ridge,
Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Tinker, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Millard .nnd Mr. and Mrs.
K. K. Wells attended the Ablngton Bap
tist association held at , Faotoryvllle
Mr. E. K. Wells resigned his position
In the general store of O. T. Hull to go
with his wife Into tho evangelistic Meld
Rev. W. R. Tinker preached a very
stirring discourse at the Baptist church
on Sunday morning. Text, First Corin
thians, first chapter, 23rfl verse. "We
preach Christ." Rev. Tinker Is giving
his church and congregation some very
Rev. S. D. Day and family, of San
ford, Flu,, left town today for Blng
hamtou, N, Y at which place they will
visit for ten days and then return to
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
Hopbottom, Sept. 16, Mr. and Mrs.
O. D, Roberts, Mr. nnd Mrs, v. k.
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Tif
fany attended the Unlversallst asso
ciation at Brooklyn Friday und Satur
day of last week.
Miss Myrw Jackson spent Sunday at
her homo In Newark Valley,
Miss Helen Smith, of Halstead, Is
spending a few days with friends In
Mis. M. M. Bell nnd Miss Emma
Junaushok sppnt Snturduy und Sunday
Rev, Lewis filled the Unlversallst pul
pit in Scranton Sunday on account of
tho absence of Rev, Payne,
School will be closed on Wednesday
for tho Montrose fair.
D., I,. & W. BOARD FOR TODAY.
The following Is the make-up of tht
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
board for today;
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17.
Extras E.ist-U a. in., Stevens; 1.30 p.
m Ilurlliolomew; 1,11 p. in., Dunn; 6.30
p. in., Golden.
8unimlts-8 a, in., Nichols, with Hcnnl
Pushers 7 a, in., Wldner; S a. m.,
Ilouscr; U n. in,, Murray; U.I3 a, in..
Morgan; 1.30 p. in., C, Bartholomew; 7,f0
p. in., Murphy; 0 p. m., W. H. Bartholo
mow. Helpers l.so p. m.. Mugovern; T a. m.,
aaifni-yjiu a. in., SeCorj 3.13 n. m., Stun,
Do Not Be Deceived. You hava
Kidney Trouble, and You Do
Not Need a Physician to
Tell You So.
Pain in the back Is an almost Infallible
sign of kidney disease ; n surer sign Is
the condition of your urine, If you have
a pain in the back, then look to the con
dition of your urine. It is easily done.
Take a glnst or tumbler nnd fill It with
urine J after it has stood 24 hours, if It
has a'scdlment, if it is milky or cloudy,
If it Is pale or discolored, stringy or ropy,
your kidneys and bladder arc in n dan
gerous condition and need immediate at
tention, or the consequences may prove
fatal. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorito
Remedy is the one medicine that really
cures all diseases of tho kidneys, liver,
bladder nnd blood, rheumatism, dyspep
sia nnd chronic constipation, and it will
tnkc you but a short trial to convince
yourself of its wonderful curative power.
G. F. Snmmerof No, 400 Tioga street,
Syracuse, N. Y., in a recent letter says:
"I was afflicted for years with
severe pains in my back and kid
neys. I tried many doctors and
many medicines, but got no relief.
I bought a bottle of Dr. David Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy and it has
entirely cured me."
It is for sale by all druggists in the
NOW BO Oent Size and the regular
$1 .00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sample bottle-enough for trial, free by mail.
Dr. David Kunnedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y.
Dr. DitIA Kenndr' Cherry lUltim belt for
C14i, Congbi, Coninmptlon. 23c, 60c, $1.00.
"The Little Mother."
At the Lyceum last night a melodrama
of New York life' called "The Little
Mother," was presented. It la of the con
ventional typo with equal proportions of
heroes and heroines, villains and vlllalu
esses and to bo .candid is the kind of a
dramatic production one would never ex
pect to see at the Lyceum.
"The Llttlu Mother" Is not bad as
melodramas of the kind go, but its place
Is In a popular priced house. Patrons of
tho Lyceum have a right to expect some
thing better in tho way of entertainment
than tho dramatization of cheap thrillers.
The booker for the Lyceum ought to be
given a stirring up or ho will ruin the
standing of the house.
The Bill at Dixie's.
The bill at Dixie's this week Is proving
popular with numerous new patrons as
with the regulars. Every act is greeted
wtih applause that leaves no doubt of
tho manner in which tho efforts of the
stars arc appreciated. "My Wife's Pres
ents." presented by Slsson and AVnlluce,
Is the best comedy sketch seen yet at
Dixie's, and the troubles of tho gay hus
band create shouts of laughter. The
Keaton trio are also among the leaders
in fun making.
Paul Stevens, the equilibrist, gives an
astounding exhibition of balancing, and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Darrow, tho sand artists,
appear In an unique number that must
be seen to bo appreciated.
"The Fatal Wedding."
At the Academy of Music tills afternoon
"The Fatal Wedding" will have Its final
It drew two large and appreciative au
diences again yesterday.
Mrs. Florence Robinson is one of the
"St. Ann" cast, to bo seen at the Ly
ceum Thursday night. Her many friends
In this city will welcome her in tho role
of Mrs. Lawrence. Upon her and Robert
McWude rests the main comedy theme of
this, Paul Armstrong's now play. Jlc
Wade, strange to say, happens to be n.
most as strong a local favorito as Mrs.
Robinson. He starred for a number of
years In an Impersonation uf "Hip A'un
Winkle," which many claimed was a wor
thy rival of Jefferson's conception. He is
also identified with the success of Julia
Arthur's "A Lady of Quality." "
Flora Falrchlld, who has the leadlnc
role in "St. Ann" happens to be a sister
of Julia Arthur. Her greatest success
prior to lier advent as St. Arm was her
creation of tho leading role in "Way
Down Kast." From the wido publicity In
metropolitan circle, gained in so short a
time, It would seem that "St. Ann" Is In
every way a highly meritorious offering.
Its scenes almost encompass the globe,
tho first being an artist's studio hi New
York, while the second and third arc in
London, and the fourth is hi tho Ha
waiian Islands. Scats on sale.
"When Wo Were Twenty-one."
"When Wo Were Twenty-one" will be
fccii at the Lyceum Saturday afternoon
and evening. It Is a pure, clean story,
clever In its arrangement, interesting in
its developments anil most pleasing in its
conclusions. From those depicting tho
leading parts down to the very humblest,
every character is in perfect hands. As
a result, tho performance, from beginning
to end. Is one complete success, nnd la
certainly deserving of tho unstinted ap
proval given It by both press and public.
A number of theater parties have signi
fied their Intention of attending, and
thoro will bo a largo gathering from the
nearby towns, Diagram opens Thursday
at 9 a. m.
"Kidnapped in New York."
Among the prominent members of Uur-
!iv?him0MS'e8 a? m'st ''ccelved' w,
Ulloune Monday morning.
Find two more Mussulmans
,iv 9S.J LiTl'LE ONES.-Cui out tho pictures appearing on this pago each
lay, diaw a pencil murk around tho hidden object, savo them until Saturday.
!.n,!Usl,(iU.1,e".1 or .,".kelhp.ni to, 'l',, Tribune ofilco lu nn envelope addressed to
i,Pv. ?i 2P.o,,m?nt' Ih'closo In tlm' envelope your iiume, ago and address. Tho
boys and cms n-ho cnneetlv mini.- tlm u v ,i.,(,,,.nu .,,. ..i.r ,,;...i.,.. .,. ...!,
ney Gllmoro's "Kidnapped In Now York"
company, which will bo seen hero Thurs
dny night for three days nt tho Academy
of Music, Is Hilly Jtatlmuu, the well'
known National Letigiie ball player, who
last season distinguished himself by his
great playing' at second base with tho
Ilitllmau Is playing a prominent dor
mnn character In the play, nnd his score
of hits with the public Is putting In the
shndo that mado by him In hi base ball
career, and thnt Is saying a great deal,
for Haltmiin'n record iIh n ibase bull
player was second to none. Matinees,
Friday and Saturday. Scats on sale.
"A Bohemian Beauty."
"A Hohcmlan Hcnuty," the pretty nnd
tuneful musical comedy, under tho man
agement of Tom'W, Miner, will visit the
Stnr theater for a three-day engagement,
commencing tomorrow matinee. KleefH..
cal and color effects will show three
scenes In "A Hohcmlan Heuilty." A drug
store, it circus tent and n hotel lobby
wilt glisten with brightness,
Scheduled among tho show-folk with
"A Holiemlim Hcnuty" are! Charlie
llurke, ot tho Ilurko Hrothcrs, and his
trained donkey, "Wise Mike"; Grace ha
Ituo nnd her "picks"; Andy Gardner, of
tho Gardner Hrothcrs; Johnson nnd Mil
liard, Davenport Sisters, Campbell and
Matthews, Milton Shuster, Amy Travis
and Master Nicholas Wright. ,
At Uoston- H.M.E.
Baltimore 10 0 0 10 0 0 02 U 3
Boston- 00000007" 7 8 2
Batteries Kaloll and Robinson; Sparks
and Warner. Umpire Connolly.
At Philadelphia It.TI.E.
Washington i 1 0 0 0 0 O'O 0- 5 12 2
Philadelphia 02003200 7 11 2
Batteries Patten and Drill; Hustings,
Wilson nnd Powci;s. Umpire Johnstone.
At St. Louis- B.U.E.
Detroit 2 00000 0 002 11 1
St. Louts 000000003 3 S 0
Batteries Klsscnger nnd McGuIro;
Powell and Sugden. Umpire O'Lough
lln. Cleveland-Chicago, not scheduled.
At New York- IUI.E.
Brooklyn 2 0 2 10 0 0 2 0-712 2
New York 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 2 7
Batteries Donovan Jincl Hitter; Miller
and Bre3nahan. Umpires Latham and
At Philadelphia H.II.E.
Boston CO 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 13 I.", 2
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 G 3
Batteries MalarKcy and Klttrldgc; Ma
Fadden and Dooln. Umpire Bmslle.
LEHIGH VALLEY BAILBOAD.
Special Beduced Bates to San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles, Cal., and
Beturn, Account National Whole
sale Druggists' Association Meet
ing at Monterey, Cal., Oct. 7-11.
The Lehigh Valley railroad will sell
special tickets at $99.70 good going
September 2Sth, 29th and 30th, good for
return passage to November l.'th. on
all trains except the Black Diamond
Express. Consult Lehigh Valley ticket
agents for further particulars.
Beduced Bates to the West.
Commencing September 1st, and dally
thereafter, until October 31st, 1902, the
Wisconsin Central railroad will ' sell
Settlers' tickets from Chicago to points
In Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washing
ton and British Columbia, at greatly
reduced rates. For detailed information
inqulra of nearest ticket agent, or ad
dress W. II. Allen, D, P. A., 621 Park
building, Pittsburg, Pa., or James C.
Pond, general passenger agent, Mil
Change in O. & W. Timetable.
Important changes in the timetable
of the New York, Ontario & Western
Railway will very shortly take place,
some trains being discontinued and
others altered. We recommend nin-
readers, who are contemplating a trip
over the Ontario Western, to com
municate with the nearest station
agent in reference lo train service, and
thereby get correct information.
Lackawanna Railroad Niagara Falls
Excursion, Sept. 25, nndOct. 25.
Special exclusion tickets will be sold
for all trains going on the above dates,
good for return within nvo (5) days
from and Including date of sale. Fare
for the round trip, $5.00 for adults and
$2. u0 for children between tho ages of
live (5) and twelve (12) years.
LOST Between Railroad avenue and
riielps street, a small silver watch
and fob. Return to Miss Rush, at Col
LOST Monday morning on Wood street,
between Diamond and Wood streets,
a pocketbook containing 121. Liberal re
ward If returned to ,M. H. Finn, Wl Wood
lmVQ their names published in Tha
in this Constantinople scene,
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Only Half a Cent a Word.
FOIt nKNT-t.'urnl8hed house. Ml Mon
roe avenue, enure possession, or would
consider suitable party desiring to louse,
nnd board tho present occupants only,
.Mrs. L. B. Barnes,
POH rtl.JNT-IIoiiPo; lunulro HI Mulberry
HOHSK for sale ut 1X35 l'enn avenue,
I' Oil SALK-Good style matched pair
bay geldings, 7 years old, 18 hands
ugh, weight 2,700 pounds. Address C. A.
Tnppan. Newark Valley, N. Y.
FOIl SALI3 Two hot air furnaces III good
order, Apply at &37 Linden street.
Fop SALK-Mouseliold furniture, eonp,
iui wmncy avenue,
1'Ort SAL13 About 20 feet of desk conn
tor, mil-mounted with glass front ami
two openings, lower portion nicely pan
oiled, with drawers and shelves under
neath. Muy bo scon at tho ofllcc of'ho
FOIl SALK Cider press, dally capacity1
.w uuNiieis; easy payments. i. iu.
Geerc, 1107 Flsk avenue.
JUST AnniVKD with n carload of
horses. Saddlers, drivers, general
purposo and heavy draughts. Can bo
seen nt 3.H Itaymond court. F. M. Cobb.
1-OH SALE Cheap, one largo now gro
cery wagon, carrying capacity 4.500
pounds; also one largo colteo grinder;
can bo run by motor or hand power. Ap
ply to B. Moses, CIS Lackawanna avenue.
FOIl SALE A first class meat-market.
Owner will work for party. Address
131 Chestnut street, Dunmore, Pa.
For Sale or Bent.
HOUSE of cloven rooms, all Improve
ments, for sale; or for rent furnished.
Comegys, Connell building.
Boom for Kent.
FRONT ROOM for rent; desirable. 421
Wanted To Bent.
ably furnished, in desirable location.
To gain attention, state terms. P. O. Box
Furnished Booms for Bent.
FRONT room with bath; gentlemen pre
ferred. 231 Penn avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS Tor rent, modern
Improvements; privato family; gen
tlemen preferred, at 537 Adams avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat, gas and bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, at 539 Adams avenue.
Furnished Booms Wanted.
WANTED Two or three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping on or near
Clay avenue, Webster avenue and Linden
street. Address W., Tribune ofllcc.
WANTED One or two furnished rooms
for light1 housekeeping; no children;
not more than ten minutes' walk from
corner. Spruce nnd Wyoming. No fancy
price. Address C. II., Tribune.
WAN'I'ED By a young man, a room
nicely furnished and well cared for,
with light, heat and bath furnished. Lo
cation near Adams and Mulberry. G. H
Board and Booms.
VERY DESIRABLE suite of rooms with
nrst class table board, can bo obtained
at 333 Jefferson avenue.
BOARDERS WANTED-Wlirtako sum
mor boarders; threo large airy rooms
and good tablo board. Address O. K.,
FOR SALE William Gardner farm, one
mile from Glenburn station, 200 acres;
excellent farm land; beautiful; sightly
placo for country residence. Address M.
D Dalton, Pa.
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homes in
upper Green Ridge; choice neighbor
hood; most desirable locality for homo
in Lackawanna county. J. A. Marvine,
173G Sanderson avenue.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be opened in
tho office o the City Recorder by the
Director of tho Department qf Public
n oi-ks, at ;, o ciocu p. m on .uonuay,
September 29th, 1!K)2, for the construction
of a system of sowers In tho Nineteenth
District, with tho necessary fixtures and
appliances according to plans and speci
fications on tile In the Bui can of Engi
neering. Each bidder shall encloso with his pro
posal. cash or certified check in the sum
of fifteen hundred ($1,500.) dollars ns a
guarantee to executo n contract If award
ed the same. In case tho bidder to whom
tho contract shall havu been awarded,
refuses or neglects lo execute a con
tract for tho work lu accordunco wtlh
tho plans und specifications therefor
within ten (10) days from tho dato of flit,
award, tho enclosure accompanying his
proposal shall bo forfeited to tho uso
of tho City of Scranton.
Bidders will bo furnished with proposal
blanks ut tho Bureau of Engineering and
no others will bo accepted,
All proposals shall bo (lied with tho
City Controller, at his office, in tho City
Hall, Scranton, Pa., not later than 2.30
o'clock p, m., on Monday, Soptomber 29,
Tho City reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
JOHN E. ROCHE. Director,
Department ot Publlu Works,
Scranton, Pa Sept, 10, 1902,
BRIDGE PROPOSALS-Sealcd nronosals
will bo received at tho office of the.
Btipormicmiuni ot puniio u rounds and
Buildings, Ilaulsbiirg, Pa., until 12 o'clock
m,, on Tuesday, Soptomber 23, 1W2, for
tho rebuilding of tho uupor-Htiucturo of
tho bridge over Lackawanna river, at tho
Borough of Old Forge, Lackawanna
County, Ph. Bids mist bo placed in sop
arato envelopes endorsed on tho, outside
with tlm namo and location of tho bridge
mid tho numo of tho bidder, Plans and
specifications can bo hud on application
to tlm Superintendent ot Public Grounds
and Buildings at ilarrlsburg, Pa. Bids
will bo opened In tho presence of tho bid
ders or their representatives In the Ro
ceptlon Room of tho Exceutlva Depart
ment ut Hurrlabiirg, Pa., at the time
lis med above, ,
By ordor of tho Hoard,
T, L. EVRI-:, Superintendent.
William A. Stono, E. B. nuuienborgh,
Frank a, Harris, Hoard of Commissioners
of Public Grounds nnd Buildings,
THE SOl'TII Bin-H BANK-A special
meeting of tho stockholders of tho
South Side Bank will bo hold at tho bank
ing houso on Monday, November 21th,
1902. between the houis of 3 and 1 o'clock
P. m to tuko action on approval or dis
approval of tlm proposed Incretisq of the
capital stock of the bunk from $30,000 to
FRANK HI'MMLEIt, Secretary,
ESTATE of Hitlduh Spungorborg. lato of
the City of Scranton, deceased.
Letters testamentary upon the above
cstuto having been granted to the uu
dcrslgned, all persons having claims or
demands against the said estato arc
hcrebx uotllled to present them for pay
ment, mid those Indebted to said cstuto
will mako payment to
H. C. REYNOLDS.
Attorney for Estate.
U01-W2 Mears Building.
Accepted Tor Less
Tlmn to cents.
WANTED-A family of nvo in- six silk
winders to movo to New York state,
Steady work at $ per week. D. S. Co.
Help Wanted Male.
An experienced young man In
men's Shoe Department.
SALLBMAN-K.vpcrlcnced In placing pro
, l11-1f,,I1V-v .medicines with retail drug
gists; high cIohs line; liberal pay. Address
stating experience and reference. 15. H.
ai.'-s & Co., 2330 .Market street, Phlladol
phi . Pa,
WAN 1 ED On account of Increased work
competent machinists to work In largo
railroad shops near Pittsburg; wages, Si,'
20, 27 cents per hour; permanent employ
ment given for satisfactory service; fren
railroad transportation furnished from
Wilkes-Harro to Plttsbmg. For further
Information address C. L. Snvdcr, C22
Mooncv building, Buffalo, N. Y.,' In wru
ng; give date of birth, experience, where
Inst employed: on what kind ot work,
and when able to report for duty.
Help Wanted Female.
WE WANT operators for Shlrf
Factory. Steady work and good
pay. We will guarantee board
to those who will come nnd take
positions with us. Car fare will
be refunded at the end, of week.
Apply to W. B. Mosher, Friday
morning nt the Scranton House.
V. Henry Bothschild Co., Free
hold, N. J.
WANTED In stenographer's office, girl
desirous of learning atcnographv and
typewriting. Thorough Instruction; no
charge. Good common school education
necessary. For information address
"Lucy," Tribune office.
WANTED Cook nnd waitress. Applv to
Mrs. A. K. Sanderson, 1345 Sanderson
LARGE CORPORATION wants energetic
General Agent for this county. No
books. Insurance, or canvassing. Ac
quaintance with merchants ami manu
facturers necessary. Permanent. Bond.
State age, experience, references first fet
ter. Address, Suite 572, No. 1001 Chestnut
SALESMEN WANTED-Compctent men
capable of earning good money, to
handle our lino of carbon copying pa
pers, either regular or on the side, Philip
Hano & Co., 1-3 Union Square, New York
SITUATION WANTED-By n colored
lady to go out working by tho day.
Address Matilda Crawford, 027 Lee court.
SITUATION WANTED-By :i young
mini; good .penman; speaks German
and English and willing to learn. Ad
dress C. F. W., 331 Adams avenue.
SITUATION WANTED-By a young Gcr
- man cM for general housework. 1S
Lavello court. I
WANTED A good second band holler,
10 to 20 horso power, horizontal pre
ferred. Address Box 78, Ariel, Pa,
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.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD tSI?Al'LDlNG. ft. P. aT23
Traders' Bunk Building, Old 'phono IKiJt,
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH U.,
Real Estato Exchange Bldg., 12ij Wash
Civil nnd Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, S15 CONNHLL HLDG,
STEVENSON .i KNIGHT. 720 CON
DR. C. E. EILENBERGIJR. PAt'Ll
building, Spruco street, Scranton,
DR. C. C. LAUBACII, 113 WYOMING nvo
SCHLAGKR & CO,, Traders' Bank Hldg,
Thn only licensed and equipped pittout
solicitor lu tho city. No cluirgu for In
formation on patentability; over ton
Kcplojrlc & Co., Mcars lllcljr.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFK. 125 AND 127 FRANK.
11 ii uvciiuu. Hates reasonable,
I'. XU3GLER, Proprietor,
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & W.
Passenger depot. Conducted on the Ku.
i-orteun plan, Victor Koch, Proprietor.
XlTlTlUGaS CLEANS PiiTvV VAULTS
and cess pools: no odor; only linpinvcd
pumps used, A. 11. Hliggs. proprietor.
Leavo orders 1100 North Main avenue,
or Elcko's drug store, corner Adams mid
Mulberry, Both telephones,
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAR 511 LACKA.
uve., Scruntnu, mfrs, ot Who Screens.
MEGARGKE BROS.. PRINTERS' sup
plies, envelopes, pupcr bugs, twluo.
Warehouse, 130 Washington uvciiiic,
THKAVILKESnARRE RECORD CAN
bo had in Scranton ut tho news stand
of Relbiiiun Mi on., 400 Spruce mid Dm!
Linden; M. Norton. 322 Lackawanna,
avc.i I. S. HcliuUcr, 211 Spruco Mlrcet.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. RERL ESTATE
Only Half a Csnt a Worl.
STOCK SwTbAT TRADERS with
out doiay. Wrlto for our npeclal mar
ket letter. Free on nppllentlon. B. M.
Mlbbard & Co., members N, Y. Consoli
dated, nnd Stock Exchange, 44 nnd 49
Broadway, Now York. Established 1S0I.
Long Distance 'Phone giS-t Broad. '
THE MODEL LAUNDRY, DumnonC
launders shirts nt So. each nnd collars
and cuffs at lMc. each.
Delaware, Lacknwnnna and Western.
In Effect Juno 1, 1C02.
Trains leavo Scranton for Now York
At 1.50, 3.20, 0.03, 7.50 and 10.10 n. m.; 12.40,
.1.10, 3.35 p. m. For New York nnd Phlla--dolphla
1.50, 10.10 a. m and 12.40 nnd 3.85
p. m. For GouldsboroAt 0.10 p. in. For
Huffnlo-1.15, 0.22 and 9.00 n. m.; 1.55, '6.50
nnd ,11.10 p. m. For Hlnghamton, Elmlra
and way stations 10.23 a. in.. 1.05 p. m..
For Oswego. Syracuse and Utlca-1,15 and
U.22 a. m.; 1.55 p. m. Oswego, Syracuso
nnd Utlca train at ii.22 a. in, dally, except
Sunday. For Montrose 9.00 n. m.; 1.05
and 15.50 p. m. Nicholson accommodation
4.00 and 0.13 p. m,
nioomsburg Division For Northumber
land, at u.35 and 10.10 a. m.; 1,53 and 0,10
p. m. For Plymouth, ot 8.10 a. m,; 3.40
and 9.03 p m.
Sunday Tr.i'.ns-For New York, 1,50, 3.20.
tl.05. 10.10 a. in.; 3.40 and 3.3." p. m. F6r
Buffalo l.lu and 0.22 a. m.; 1.63. 6.50 and
11.10 p. in. For Elmlra and way stntlons
10.25 a. m. For.Blnghnmton nnd way sta
tions, 9.00 a. m. Bloomsburg Division
Leavo Scranton, 10.10 n. m. nnd 6.10 p. in.
Lehigh Valley Bailroad.
In Effect Juno 13, 1902.
Trains Leavo Scranton ,
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
& II. R. R at at 7.11, through Parlor Car
alid Day Coach Carbondalo to New York
IjUSd 9.47 n. m., with L. V. Coach Cnrbon
clalo to Philadelphia, and S.M, 4.33 (BluCk
jJiamonu express). ojUJi.4!) p. in. Bim-
unys, JJ. i H. R. nmm. 9.17 p. m.
For White HavenrTTiizlc'.on and princi
pal points In the coal regions, via D. &
H. R. It., 7.11, 2.1S and 4.33 p. m. For
Pottsvllle, 7.41 a. m. ,
For Bethlehem, ICaston, Reading. Har
rlsburg and principal Intermediate sta
tions, via D. & H. R. R.. 7.41, 9.17 a. m.;
2.18, 4.33 (Black Diamond Express). 11.49 p.
in. Sundays. D. & 11. R. R 9.38 a. m.;
I.5S. 9.17 p. in.
For Tunkhannock, Townndn, Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva r.nd principal Intermediate
stations via D., L. & W. R. R., 6.33 a. m.
and 1.55 p. 'm.
For Geneva. Rochester. Buffnlo. Nlac-
nra Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. & II. Rt R 12.03 p. m.: 3.28 (Black
Diamond Express). 10.41. 11.49 p. m. Sun
days. D, & H. R. R.. 12.03, 0.17 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Valley Parlor ears on all trams between
Wllkcs-Barro and New York. Philadel
phia. Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN H. WILBUR. Gen. Supt., 20
Cortland street. New York.
CHARLES S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt.. 28
Cortland street, New York.
A. W. NONEMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Agt..
South Bethlehem, Pa.
For tickets and Pullman reservations
apply to city ticket office, 69 Public
Square. Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Central Bailroad of New Jersey.
In Effect" Juno 29, 1902.
Stations in New York, foot Liberty
street and South Ferry, N. R.
Trains leave Scranton for New York,
Philadelphia. Easton, Bethlehem, Allen
town. Mauch Chunk. White Haven. Ash
ley, Wllkes-Barre and rittston 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. in- through solid -vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Phila
delphia with only one change ot cars for
Baltimore and Washington, D. C, and all
principal prints south and west.
For Avocn. Plttston und Wiikes-Barre,
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. in.
For Reading. Lebanon and Harrlsburg
via Allentown at 7.30 a. m., 1 p. m. and 4
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. in.
For Tnmuqua and Pottsvllle, 7.30 a. m.:
1 p. m. and I p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BKSSLER, Gen. Manager.
C. M. IH'ItT. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schedule lu Effect "June 10, 1902.
TinliiH leavo Scranton ii.2S a. in., week
days, through vestlbulo train from
'Wllkes-Barre. Pullman buffet parlor inl
and coaches lo Philadelphia, vin Potts
vllle: stops at principal Intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunbiiry. Har
rlsburg, Philadelphia, rsultlmore, Wash
ington and for Pittsburg and the West,
9.47 a. m.. week days, for Siiubury. llav
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington anil Pittsburg and tho West.
1.12 p. in., week days, (Sundays. 1.33 p.
in.), for Sunbiiry. Harrlsburg, Philadel
phia. Baltimore. .Washington and Pitts
burg and tlm West.
3.2S p. m week days, through vestibule
train from Wllkes-Barre Pullman buffet
parlor car and conches to Philadelphia via
Pottsvllle. Stops at principal Intermedi
1.35 p. in,, week days, for Iluzletnn. Sun
bury, liarrlsburs, Philadelphia and Pitts
burg. .1, B. HI'TCIIINSON, Gen. Mgr.
J, B. WOOD, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware nnd Hudson. '
lu Effect June Pi, 1902.
Trains for C.irbonilale leave Scranlon nt
0.41, 7.30, S.3II, 10.13 a. 111.: 12 0',, 1.12, 2.11.
3.5li, 5.29, 0.25, S.2I, 9.15, KM) I p. III.; 12. IS,
1.38 a. m.
For llonesdala-0.il, 10,13 a. in.; 2.11 and
5.29 p. in.
For Wllkcs-naiTp-r,.:n. 7.11. $.11. 9.17.
10.53 a. m.: 12.01, 1.12, 2.1S, 3.2S, 4.33, 6.(0,
7.18,-10.11, 11.19 p. 111.
I'-i'r L. V. R. It. PohilH-7.11. 9.47 n. m,
2.18. 4,"" and 11.19 p. m.
For Pennsylvania It. R. Polnls-G.33
9,17 n, 111.; 1.12, 3.2S and 1.35 p. m.
For Albany jindill points north 7.36 a,
in. am! 3.50 u. m.
For Cnrbomlnlt S.5o, 11,3.1 n. m.; 2.11,
;:.50. 5.52 and 11.17 p. in.
-For Wilkes. llai-relt.ilS a, m.; 12.03, 1.38,
n.2'?. 0.32 and 9.17 p, in-
For Albany and points iioith-,6 p. in.
I'm- Uimesilale-8 50 a. m,j 11.3J and 3.53
P'W.'L. T'RYOn, D, P. A Scranton. Pfij
Erie Bailroad Wyoming Division
111 Effect September 15. 1902.. ""j
Trains leave Keraiilon for Now Yofh,
Newburgh nnd Intormeillnlo points, n)sn
for Hawley ami local stations at 7.20 njid
"For' Hi'mesdale and While Mills at ifo
I', in, r
Trains itrrlve'ifr Scranton at 10.38 u.:gr.
and 9,15 p. in. jc;
New York, Ontario and "Western,.
Time Tablo hi Hired Sunday, .Imm 13, 19JJ.
NORTH IIOI'ND TRAINS. -
Leave Leave Arrive
Trains, Kcriiiitnn, C'arboiiilale, Cadosla.
No, 1 10.30a,in, 11,10a, m. l.oilp. hi,
No, :i ,,,,",, l.oo p. m. -l.li p. m. O.iiQ p. m,
No, " li.lo p. m.Ar.Carbondalo 0.40 p.4n
Leavo Leavo Airly
Trains, Cadosla, Citrbnndule. Serantpii.
1.50 a, in.
v.'.i a,, si.
No, I s.tou.in, lo.oin, m. lo.wn.m.
No. 2 2.I., p. 111. 1.IM p. Ill, I.I., P..IO,
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH ISGUNDs;
Leavo l.e.ivo Arrlw
Trains, Scranlon, Carbondalo. Cadosla,
No. 9 .,.,,, 8.3011. 111. 9.10 P, III. 10.13 a, 111.
No, j 7.00 p. m. Ai-.Citrbondalu 7,43 P.m
SOUTH BOUND. -
Leave Leave Al'rUFe
Trains. Cadosla, Cnrbniidnle. Scranton,
No. ii ...... i:.50ii, m, 7,25 a, nif
No. 10 4.30 p.m. U.ajp. in, 0.43 p. rti,.
Trains Nos. 1 on week days, and 9 tin
Sundays canned for Now York city, Mid
dletown, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Ob
wego mid all points west, ,
Train :i for Poyntelle, Walton, Delhi,
Sidney, Norwich and all Now Berjlsi
Train Nn. 6, with "Quaker City Ev
press" at Scranton. via O. H. R. of N. 'J,,
for Philadelphia. Atlantic. City, Baltimore,
Washington and Pennsylvania statu
Sco tlmc-tnhlo and consult ticket agents
for connections with other lines.
J, C. ANDHHSON. O. P. A.. Now York.
j. uVHL,SM(;iVP,,A., scmiuon,.
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