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lUE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, SEATEAlHEll 29, 1902
Bpcclnl to thu Scrnnton Trlbuno.
Tunkhunuock, Sept. 28. Mr. nnd Mrs.
U. Wood Piatt received woid on Friday
that their son, William M. Piatt, who
is employed as nn elect! lelnn lit Wins
ton, North Curollim, Is 111 In a hospital
lit thnt place with typhoid fever.
Dnnlel Decker, of Mehoopany, Repub
lican candidate for register and 10
border, was In town on Saturday.
The Tunkhnnnoek cunning factory
nnd contents, consisting of niachliicry,
enns, etc., were sold nt sheriff's sale on
Snturday, on an execution Issued by
Wyoming National bank. The piopcity
was purchased by n. representative of
the sloekholdets, and the factory will
doubtless bo icopencd for business next
Season under now niitnugemout.
Miss Mury Conncll and Mis. Mary
Bherldun loft on Saturday for New
York city, where they will spend sev
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Luckonbllt arc
entertaining cousins fiom Khamokln
this week, at their home on Second
Robert Atkinson, who has been ein
plood as superintendent of a lumber
company In the eastern part of North
Carolina duilng the past summer, re
turned homo on Sntuiday. Mr. Atkin
son was obliged to quit woik on ac
count of nn attack of malaila. He
hopes soon to bo able to return to the
Miss Wesley, of Russell hill, Is the
Bucst of Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Avciy, nt
A slight fire bioko out In the upper
Btory of the lesldcnce of J. L. Cailln,
on Wairen street, about 11 o'clock Fil
day night. The liames weie soon ex
tinguished by the III omen, but the
building and furniture weio badly
damaged by Finoke and water. The
property was Insured.
It. P. Noitlnopc, who has n position
ns supcilntendent of n tnnnery nt
Westminster, Mai j land, spent Sunday
with his family nt this place.
The will of the late Ita Swartzwood,
of Falls, was probated on Satuiday.
Ills son, li.i Swartwood, ji., was made
executor, and letters testamentary weie
granted to him by the tegister of wills.
Miss Elizabeth Kltticdge, who Is a
teacher In the kindergarten department
of the graded school at Scianton, spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William A. Kittiedge, on Susquehanna
Mrs. Bradley Lewis and Mrs. Heniy
F. Mctcalf bpent Saturday in Wllkes
Special to the Scianton Tilhuno.
Towunda, Sept. 2S The county fnir
was far fiom being a iln.tncl.tl success
last week, on ncrount of the Lontlnuous
rain, which stnited on Wednesday. Tlie
exliibits numbeied about the same as
usual, but only amateur laces could be
booked. The attendance was small on
The Mountain Lake hotel was de
stroyed by liie, with all its contents.
The piopeity was owned by G. JI. Lan
caster, formerly of Lackawanna bounty,
and was insincd for $1,500.
The North I3tniu.li association of Unl
veisallsts will be held at Athens next
Wednesday and Thuisday.
Watklns en nip. Sons of Veterans, of
Tow itnda, received from the state ar
senal tlility breech-loading Spiingflold
rifles, to be used in the dlffeient ser
vices and other exercises.
An unsuccessful attempt vwns made
last week to wieck a passenger train
on the Susquehanna nnd New Yoik
railroad, near Towunda, by dihing
spikes near the tails.
R. M. Welles, accompanied by C. P.
Welles, attended the f uncial of his
Lbrother, Rev. Ileniy H. Welles, D. D.,
tit Forty Foit, on Satuiday.
'Mrs. R. L. Russell, of the Children's
Home society at Wilkes-Banc, is spend
ing a short time in this county, in the
interest of tlt.it institution.
Mr. and Mis. J. D. Strykcr, of Duluth,
have been vlsltois In Townnd.t the past
Mr. and Mis. J. P. Kit by nnd daugh
ter have gone to California to spend the
John L.mlng, of Wllkes-Rano, was n
visitor In this place last week.
The Susquchunna Collegiate Institute
was reopened last week with thirty
scholars. It has been closed for one
John McConvIlle, of Scranton, was
visiting friends in Tnwnnda last week.
Commencing on October 1, the Waver
ly. Athens nnd Sayrc Traction compnny
will have an all-night trolley service,
for a three months' trial.
Special to the Scranton TUbime.
Forest City, Sept. 28. The North
eustern Pennsylvania Telephone com
pnny will this week connect with the
Citizens' company giving them cntinneo
The district convention of the C. T.
A. U. will be held lit the Opera House
here on Sunday next. St. Joseph's T.
A. R. society will be the hosts of the
occasion and they have made n reputn
tlon In times past which will bo main
tained on Sunday next. After the busi
ness session un cntettalulng pi ogi amine
will bo entiled out followed by a sup
per. Thomas Jones, of Six Mile Run, spent
Sunday with his parents.
Mis. W. J, Maxey who has been ser
iously HI with pneumonia In Monitor
is much improved, This checilng news
will be received with grent pleasure by
Jier many friends hero,
James W. LoVun has leturned, after
spending it week In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Wlllluni Mucklow has icturncd
to Dego, West Virginia, after spending
ft month with her daughter, Mis. Fiank
Tho Sptlng Rrnok Water company
paid ther employees on Suturduy,
Miss Mabel Hutchlngs. accompanied
The Proper Treatment for a Sprained
As a rule a man will feel well satis
fled if he can hobble around on crutches
two or tin co weeks utter 'spiulnlug his
ankle, and it Is usually two or thtee
months before ho has fully recoveied.
i This Is an unnecessary loss of time,
for in many cases (n which Chamber
lain's Pain Balm has been promptly
and freely applied, a complete cure has
been effected in less than one week's
time, and in some cases within three
(Jays, For sale by all druggists.
by her sister, Mrs. Aubrey Williams, of
Denver, Col,, ai rived last evening.
Communion services wore hold yes
terday morning In the M. E. church.
Presiding Elder Oilflln was present and
administered the snrrument.
Misses Edna nnd Stella Le Van wit
nessed the the picsentutlon of "Lover's
Lane" at the Lyceum on Saturday
Clydo rilch'ri itii.tl play, "Lover's
Lnne," does not lose Us populatlty with
Sciniitonlans no matter how often pio-
Snlurdnv It diew two huge audiences
to the Lyceum and those who saw It
were gicntly pleased. It Is n piny that
hns something In It for everybody tho
sceiot of Its wuiideiful popularity. Tho
piny wns picsenled by a vciy good com
pany "The Messenger Boy."
One of tho hits of the New Yoik sen
son wns "The Mrsiotf.or Roy." which
will lie presented at tlitAl.jceum, Thuis
day night. No nnislcnl ehmedy produced
in thu hist several jours has appal cntly
met with more favor on Broadway than
did this one, from the rcpoits sent at tho
time of Its opening at Daly's theater,
where It lan for Iho months consecu
tively It may bo gathered that a wealth
of dellclously beautiful melodies, together
with a story of real Interest, chock full
of tho bilghtcst humor. Interpreted by n
company of unquestioned merit, nnd
beautifully costumed and mounted, arc
w oi thy of interest out ot the ordinary.
The organization piescntlng tho piece Is
ono of tho lnigcst and most brilliant seen
In eontempoiaiKous piomictlons and Is
headed In the title part by Prank Deshon.
a comedian who for yenis hns been rec
ognized on the American stage. Support
ing him me many actors and ni tresses
who hip well and favoi.ibly known hero.
An attractive feature will be n lurgo and
prettv chorus. Among the song hits ale
"Can't You Take My AVord," "Has Anv
body Seen Our Cat." "In the Wash, Wash,
Wasli," "JIaisio," "Pansy." "Aspirations"
and tbo "Dialect Soubrette."
Seats on sale Tuesday morning.
Irene Myers at Academy.
Cbnrles E. Blancj's successful comedy
drama, "Tbe Electilelan," has been chos
en foi the Initial perfnimanco of tho
Irene Jl.vcis company, nt tbo Academy
Moud.tj evening, JIIs Irene appearing ns
"Ponchos," a character which she plaed
with pronounced success all last season.
Tho play Is ono of intense heart Inter
est, besides containing an abundance of
coined v, and will doubtless prove a stiong
drawing curd, ns it is seldom such pio
ductlons uie seen at cheap prices.
Among tbo most interesting of scenes
nic: Tbo Interior of tbo Denver National
bank, wheiela a voiy celling scene
transpires between "Peaches" and the
v llllan ; the Frontiei hotel at Cilpplo
Crock, and tbo Intel lor of tbo Edison
eleotilc light plant, with the dvnnmos nnd
other machine! y in full opci.itlan, and
show lug the Illumination of the distant
Fine Bill for This Week.
Another banner bill will be presented
nt Dixie's theater this week, beginning
with tbo matinee this nftoinoon. Dolim
and Lcnh.it, tbo lending team, give one
of the best comedies on tho road, nnd
will doubtless prove ns pnpulnr as tho
talented people who have delighted the
pntrons In comedy sketches the past
week. Fred llurd, tbo wonderful magi
clan, who Is acknowledged the most ac
complished since the denth of tho gic.it
Uoiimnnn; Rnvmon'd and Guikamp, mu
sicians' Whistling Tom Hiovvn, and oth
er stoillng entertnineis ure announced, In
cluding Murphy and Nichols. Of this tal
ented pair the Boston Globe speaks as
" 'The Bifurcated Girl' at Keith's is a
novelty nnd Introduces two very clever
entoitalnois, W. II. Minphy nnd his ns
slstnut. There is a deal of funny busi
ncM in the skit, and tho llnlsli Is suipiis
lng, to put it mildly.
Devere's Own Company.
Sam Devere's Own company will lie the
stellur attraction at tho Star theater,
Monday, Tuesd ly and -Wodnodnv, with
matinee ovciy day. Tho company is a
superb aggregation of burlesque nnd
vaudeville stnis, headed by tho only and
oiiglnal Sam Deveie, tho oiiglnal whitt
Othois In tho company are Edgar Blx
ley, tbo well known comedian; FIoicuco
Hughes, the Now York comedy four, the
Faust coined v tilo, tbo three original
Madcups, nnd Sebastian Miller, who Is
positively tho strongest man In the world.
The concluding burlesque is eceptlonnlly
funny, beautiful glils featuilng catchy
nnd tuneful songs.
At Chicago (Hist game) 3t.II.I3.
Chicago 000 00 13 Ox I II 3
St. (Louis 0 0000 0 00 2'.' 3 I!
Batteries Taylor and Kilns; O'Neill
and Wcavcr, Umpire Brown.
Second gamo (7 Innings, darkness)
Chicago 0 102 01X 111 2
St. Louis 00 100001 B 0
Bnttoiles Williams and Kilns; Wicker
and Weaver; Umplte Blown. Attend
At Cincinnati R.H.E.
Cincinnati 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,t n
Plttsblllg 0 00 0 02000-2 fi 2
Batteries Hahu and Pelts:; Plillllppi and
Klnimer, Umplie-O'D.iy, Attendance
At Chicago (ilrst game) R.H.E.
St. Louis 3 0 2 10 12 0 1-10 IS J
Chicago ,,..1 0 0S00000 9 1.' 3
Hattei les-Sudhoff anil Sugden; Qrlf
llth and Sullivan. Umphcs Curutheis
Second game R.H.E.
St. Louis .,, 210100000-1 9 G
Chicago ., 0 2 0 0 10-1 0 0 10 U 3
Umplii-Caiutliers and Sheridan, At-tendanco-15,1,78.
(Almost overy man on
both teams In tho becoad gamp played
either pitcher or catcher, tho game hav
ing been mudu u biulesquo affair In honor
of the closing of tho seuson.)
Tendered a Reception.
Mr. and Mis. John B. S. auliiln were
tendeied a leceptlou on Satuiday at tho
homo of Mr. nnd Mis. A. D. Blacklnton,
of Dunmoie. Severn! hundred friends at
tended and paid their icsuects to the
newly mauled couple. Among those who
assisted In iccelvlng were; Mis. John
Osboine, of Washington. D. C: Mis.
Gcoigo B. Smith. Mis. Chailes Puiuir,
Mis. Maltha Chambeilaln, Mis. S. II.
Bulkloy and the MUscs Fntiur, Osborne,
and Galpln. Among those who assisted
nt tlio tables weio the" Misses Margery
PlatU Floienco D. Smith, Grace Osboine,
Doiothy Wurren, Gludvs Watklns and
Louise G, Smith.
Concluded fiom Pago 3
Jury In the case. Tho woids of Judgo
Lewis ought to be wilttcn In letteiB of
gold nnd pondcicd by cvoiy Ameilcan
citizen. "Thoie ate In our cbuntiy Indi
viduals, not, I hope In vcty laigu nitm
hois, but scattoied all over our country,
who think that In u enso like this, or
oven In clmtgcs of much less degico, It
Is entirely piopcr that tho case should
bo disposed of bv mob law. Wo can
baldly take up n'papcr without we leant
that in sonio patt of this fico country,
somo man has been miudeied on the sus
picion that ho was guilty ot some clime.
It is chniged hero that our client Is nn
nnaichlst, a man who does not believe
In any law, o In any form ot govern
ment. Wo all feel that such dnctilncs uio
dnngcrous, nto cilmlnat, aio doctiinca
that will subvert our government In time,
If they arc allowed to piovall. Gentle
men, of tho Juiy, while I bcllevo llrmly
In that, I do not believe It ciontcs n dan
ger (o hls country equal to tho belief
that men who aro clanged with cilme,
shall not bo permitted to go thtoiigh tho
form of n trial In a couit of Justice, but
that lneh law shall take the place of the
calm and dignified administration of tho
law of our courts of Justice. When that
dnctihio becomes sufficiently picv'nlent In
this country, If It ever does, our Insti
tutions will bo ovcrtluown, and If we me
not mlslnfoimed ns to tho stato of mind
of people In some parts of our count! y,
the time Is fust appioaohlng when men
charged with cilme will not bo peimld
to como Into court nnd submit to a calm
nnd dignified tilnl, but will bo stiung up
to a troo on the bine suspicion that somo
one may hold that they have committed
somo ci lino.
I submit that they aio a moio danger
ous class to tho community than tho an
archists about whom we lead so much.
Now It Is tbo duly of cvoiy Ameilcan
citizen, of cveiy good man, to stand llrm
ly by the law and put his voice against
any iden that a man should bo punished
for any cilme until ho Is pi oven guilty.
CAPITAL AND LABOR.
Eveiy time cnpltul violates a sacicd
agreement with labor, oppresses by vio
lation of law, or labor puts Its will above
law, and seeks to tear down the sncied
ncgls thnt pintects fellow-labor In its
God-given light to woik when It pleases
and wheio It pleases, and for what wages
it pleases, it langes Itself on tho side of
the nnaichlst who stilkes down lemoise
lesslv tbo representatives of law and oi
dcr and government nnd exposes life it
self to the dagger. I congiatulatc ou,
men of the Thliteenth, that wo nie to
have some p'art In settling this question,
which will never be settled till every
Ameilcan citizen, living under the folds
of the Stars and Stiipes, can older his
own life, under tho law, without let or
hindrance. I tell you, friends, in thoso
vnlles the flag Is bidden behind tho
clouds, and wo aio to tear nw.iv these
clouds nnd let tho sunshine mil upon
our fail, lvitlonnl bannci.
Oh, fi lends, citizens, patiiot", tbeio is
enough to give us pause In tho nctuai
condition of things peimlttcd by us vvitli
scaiccly a ptotest. Wc must lecognizo
God's claims upon us. Wo must cnie
fullv choiish and guard tbe flag that
stands for llbcitv snfe-gu.iided by law.
The (lag for which men gave their lives
willingly the Hag puillled by the blood
of the futheis and sons of '71, and 'bl and
'OS. The led flag must be torn down, and
no woid or act of joins or mine, or fail
ure to speak or net when tho time is lipo
for it must help to give It to tho bieeze.
Tho red flag must go down. And tho
Stais nnd Sttipes, host In homo life, stato
life and national lite, stand foi all that
Is holiest and listen to tho volco that
speaks In thunder tones tiom Bunker
Hill, and Gettv-sbms, nnd San Juan Hill,
and the far off Philippines:
TO MAKE MEN FREE.
We hnve died for our land by thousands,
In tho wais to make men fico;
Wo have can led tho flag to victory,
In the light on land and sea;
We have given our toll, our tears, our
All, nil thnt men could give
In the gloiious cause we died for who
daies to live?
We have stood where tho hcll-fiics blad
ing Have stoiched like a furnace llame;
Wc bavo baled our In easts to tho death
hall. With never n thought of fame;
We have died in the ditch nnd tho dark
ness, And our bones bleach on tho plain
Who daies to live for the flag, and keep
it fico fiom stain?
Our blood has llowed like a rivci.
Till tho trampled iiclds weio led;
Till tho streams weio i mining ciimson,
And tho spilngs weie choked with dcud
For what? that tho flag wo carried
Slight stainless doat In air
Wheio aio the men, who, living,
Daro to keep It theie?
Who votes for giced, or paity,
Who legislates for fame,
Who winngs nnd robs his follow man,
Bilngs the old flag to shame;
-.FO,n THE LITTLE ONES -Cut out tho plctuies appearing on this page each
aaj, cliaw a. pencil mark around tho hidden object, Bavo thorn until Satuiday.
then send thorn or tako them to Tlio Trlbuno ofllco in an envelope nddiessed to
i iizziq Department." Bncloso in tho envelope your nnmo, ago and odd! ess. Tho
uojs nnu girls who correctly maik tho six plctuies appealing during tho wook,
and whoso answers aro first received, will havo their namc3 published in Tho
'iilbuno Slonday morning.
Last Week's Fuzzle Solvers.
Only ono couect nnswer was iccelved to last week's puzzles:
Maigaict Dale, 129 West Maiket sticet. Age, 9.
Can you find the young:
Solutions' for Last
Monday, Sept. 2' Ono doer is beneath
tho man's elbow, thu other In fiont of
Tuaiduy, Sept. 2J. Ono cat Is beneath
tho bow of the standing kitten; tho othor
Is inverted over tho tub.
Wedncsduy. Sept. Zi The biother Is
between tho faces of the man and wo
man; tho blstor Is beneath the man's arm.
It is "Putting Off " Till Some
Other Day that Causes so
I Many Sudden Deaths.
If Its for tho kidneys, liver, bladder or
blood, rhoumatUm, dyspopsla, chronic
constipation, or tho weaknesses peculiar
to women, tho most efficient medicine
known to tho medical profession Is Dr.
David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, nnd
a very simple way to find out If you need
it, is to put somo urine In a glass tumbler
and let it stand 24 hours ; If it has n sedi
ment br n milky, cloudy nppearnnco, If It
Is ropy or stringy, pale or discolored, you
do not need a physician to tell you that
your kidneys nnd bladder are badly
Tho Rev. Theodore Hunter, pastor of
the Presbyterian Church, Greensburg,
Ky., writes us tho following
"It gives me much pleasure to stato
that I have received great benefit
from tho use of Dr. David Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy. Some time ago I
had a severe attack of kidney trouble,
but a few bottles of 'Favorite Remedy'
have entirely removed the malady."
"Favorite Remedy" speedily cures
such dangerous symptoms as pain in the
back.frcquent desire to urinate.cspcclnlly
at night, burningscnldingpainln passing
water, tho staining of linen by your urine.
It is for sale by all druggists in tho
NowBO Oent Size and the regular
$1 .00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sample bottle enough for trie', free by mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y,
Dr. Ilnrld Kenncdjr's Rait Micnm ('roam curat
014 bores, Skin and Scrofulous IlUoascs. 00c.
'Twas otus to dlo for count! y,
Pieely our lives to give
Tor thnt dear ll.ig wo died for,
O, biothcis, live!
Put party greed, ambition,
And thli st for power aside;
Stand for the Tiutb, together
Tho Tiuth for which wo died
'Tis ginnd when countiy calls you,
For her our life to give
But grander fur, O bi others,
For her to live.
FENNELL SPRAINED HIS ANKLE.
By Jumping Over the Roaring Brook
After jumping over a 40-foot retaining
wall into the Roaring brook Friday
night and flouting down stteam, Wil
liam J. Fennell, of tear 31C Cedar ave
nue, emerged with a sprained ankle,
and a sevcio drenching.
When olllceis cntcied bis house to
an est Janie" Block, the counteifeitcr,
Fennell became fiightened nnd made a
hull led exit over the garden wall.
While a scaich was being made for liim
Fennell secieted himself In an abandon
ed diltt near the biook and lemnlned
theie seveial hours, lie Is now confined
to his bed.
Forty Hours Devotion.
Tho foity boms devotion began yestci
day at St. Paul's chinch, Gieen Bldgo,
with a solemn high mass Tho ofiiceis
of the mass weie as follows: Celcbiniit,
Rev. M. C. I.oftus; deacon, rather Uu
geno; sub-deaeon, Bev. Geiald Fleming;
master of cciemonies, ltev. V. J. lie
Manus. Benediction of the most blessed
saciumont wih cclebintcd last night. A
seimon w is pi cached by Father Eu
gene, u Pusblonist. Theie will bo mnsso3
tills moi ning nt G, 7 and 8 o'clock ami
benediction and seimon tonight nt T."0
o'clock. Confessions will begin this af
ternoon at 3 o'clock.
LETTERS FROM THE FEOPLE.
Under this heading short letters of In
terest will bo published when accom
panied, for publication, by the writer's
name. Tho Tribune does not assume re
sponsibility for opinions here pressed.
Editor of The Tilbunc
Sir: Plenso give mo nn opportunity to
deny that I wrote or .signed an articlo
which appeared In Tho Trlbuno recently
with lefeionce to the equity hiiit between
Hbcn P. Davles nnd tlio Welsh Baptist
chinch which puipoitcd to bo signed by
David W. Tnuglin and John Bevan. I
never wmto a lino of tho articlo In ques
tion, neither did I sign It.
-D. W. Vaughn.
127 South Garllcld live.
See the Cut Man.
Effective and attiactlve half-tones
and line cuts tor caid, advertising or
any other purpose, can bo seemed at
Tho Trlbuno office. We do woik that
Is unexcelled, do It promptly and at
lowest rntes. A tilal order will con
lady's two, biotheis?
Thuisday, Sept. 23. Ono fiog Is under
left wing of lower stoik; thu other fiog
is on b.iso of stump at light of pictuic.
Fllday, Sept. 20 Tho squlncl Is above
tho fence; tho lublilt is under tho frog's
Satuiday, Sept. 27. Tho woman's hus
band is buck of her; her sister Is under
the officer's arms. '
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
wk, i ns. for m
Only Half 9 Ctnt a Word.
18 For Hent Ten-mom house; excellent
nclghhoihood; nil model n Impiove
ments, on avenue. Apply to It. P. Ham
ilton, 4.'fl Spruco street.
FOB niONT-SIx room houso with bath,
138 South Lincoln nvemic.
Room for Rent.
FBONT BOOM for rent; desirable, 421
T.WtJ CVT.n ttnttunlinlfl rrn.trli tinlU lr1n
bo.ud, table, bod lounge, bookcase
and writing desk. Combined sewing ma
chine and wash stand, vase, Jaullnlcies,
glasswaie, lofiigerator, lawn mower. 143
Mouinc n otitic, Dunmoie.
FOB SALE Sclf-plav lug orchesti Ion.
boms, pipes, dium, ttlanglo, etc.; will
bo sold nt n small pi Ice, which It will
quickly pain In hotel, hall or elub. E. C.
Bicker, Piano Dealer. 218 Adams avenue,
ncioss Squat e fiom I'ostofllce,
FOB SAIn-An entile llg consisting pf
llvc-yc.it -old black pacing hoi so, rub
ber tiled top wagon, harness, blan
kets, whips, etc., will bo sold cheap for
want of use. W. D Sweet, 1211 Short ave.
FOB SALE-About 20 feel of desk coun
ter, sin mounted with gluss front nnu
two openings, lovvor poitlon nicely pan
elled, with diowcis nnd shelves under
neath, May bo seen at tho office of Tho
Wanted To Rent.
-"rt--NN J-'.. -" .
WANTED-To lent for tho winter, n fur
nished house In good locution for fnm
Ily of two. Addicss A. B. C, 593 Boaid
LOTS CASH OR EASY TERMS
NEAR THE MAMMOTH
Hi 3E PL!
AND TWO BEAUTIFUL PARKS.
fiFO.T. RflRINRnN. .
fc. 72 Erie Co. Bank Bide., ,vA
k ' A. w 'A.
NX Ri.fff, n. N. V
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FARM FOR SAT,E-Any ono wishing to
buy an excellent fnim can sccuie a
Bleat bnigain bv calling on or nddicsslng
M. M. Evans, Consumeis' Ice Co, city.
FOR SALE Elegant sites for homes In
upper Green Rldgo; choice neighbor
hood, most deslrafelo locality for homo
In Lackawanna county. J. A. Marviae,
173G Sanderson avenue.
LOST A rubber lim for caiiiago. Suit
ublo toward if letuined to E. N. Wit
laid, M)S Madison avenue.
LOST On Thioop car which left Couit
House squnie at 4 ISO o'clock on Thuis
day, aftoi noon, nn open fuccd silver watch
wtih monogiam, G. JI. W., also fob with
same monogiam. Suitable lewmd for re
turn to 320 Monioc avenue.
LOST A music portfolio containing
music, near Linden sticet nnd Qulncv
avenue. Finder pleaso tutuin to 317
pleasant looms; furnished or unfurn
ished looms nt 21 j Noith Main avenue.
SALESMEN WANTED-Compotont men
capablo of earning good monoy, to
handlo our lino of caibon copying pa
pois, elthei legulnr or on tho side. Philip
ilnno & Co, -i Union Squate, Now Yoik
SITUATION WANTED-As dining loom
girl, Addicss L S , 22.1 Rceso sti cut.
A POSITION wanted by a girl as wait
ress und chamber maid, or at light
hosewoik or as nuiso gill. Addicss liii
Remington avenue, South Side.
SITUATION WANTED-ltegisteied diug
glst, 43 j oars, dcslret peimunent po
sition; lefeiences. C. A. Stunit, 3.50 Wash
SITUATION WANTED as general team
ster. Addicss 22J Reese sticet.
SITUATION WANTED A lady wants a
good homo in Piotestant lamlly for
her daughter, wheio sho can do light
housovvoik for her boaid and attend tho
high school; has had good tialulng; good
lefeiences given lnquiiu at Y. W. C. A.
looms, or 013 Clav avenue.
WANTED-By icflned Ameilcan lady, a
position as housekeeper or seamstiess
whoie othpr help is kept. Addicss M. C,
IN THE Distiict Couit of tho X'nlted
States for tho Middle Distiict of Penn
sylvania. In tho matter of Edwin d W.
Palmer, B.iukuipt. No. 212. In B.ink
niptcy. To tho ciedltois of E. W. Pal
mer, of Scianton, county of Lackawanna
und distiict afmcsald, u huukuipt:
Notice Is hoioby given that on tho 22d
day of September, A. D , ISO-', tho said E.
W, Palmer was duly adjudicated bank,
nipt: and that tbo Hist meeting of their
euditois will be held at tho office of tho
Rcfoico In the Government Building, In
thu Cltv of Scianton, Pn., on tho 7lh day
nf October, A. D . 1U0J. nt 10 o'clock in tho
loicnoon, at which tlmn tho said cied
ltois niiiv attend, piovo their claims, ap
point a Tuistcc, o.vimiua tho baukiupt,
and tiunsact such other business as may
piopeily como bofoio said meellug.
C A VAN WOHJIKIt, Refcreo.
Scianton, Pa,, J90J.
Pi oof of claim CO cents.
SEALEiT "PROPOSALS will bo I ccclvod
by tho county of Lack iwaiina, for
furnishing mid ci toting tomplctu ono con
cieto uuil opandcd metal aich bililgu on
iho abuiidoned r.ictnivo und Abiiigton
Tutnplko load, over Demi's' JIM cluck,
ueur tho lesldemu of Uoiacu Scaiuuus
In I. a i'lumo hoiough.
All bids must bo accompanied by a cor.
tilled check for 5 per cent, of amount
and In bunds of iiuduislgnecl on or bofom
12 o'clock noon, September M, 1002, Plans
mid specifications at county commission
ci's otllco, Tlio light to lejeet uny and
all bids is lessened.
E. A. JONL'S,
County Conn oiler,
Attest. JOHN JIORRIS, Deputy,
John A. Footo leaves today to resume
his studies at Georgetown university,
Mlsa Kutle Itosenbuum was a caller
in Jeimyn, Saturday,
Mis. M, E. Judd Is visiting relatives
at Apex, N. Y,
Tho funeial of tho late Mrs. Robin-
son took place ycsteiday und was large
A. J. Tentzer and daughter, Rebecca.
are visiting In New Yoik city.
Mis. William van uoren wus a caller
in Scranton, Saturday.
Accepted Tor Less
Than 10 Cents.
Branch WANT Ofte
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Rocolved nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT SCHULTZ. comor Mul
berry Btrect and Webster ave.
GU8TAV P1CHEL, U30 Adams
GEO. W. JENKINS, 101 South
FRED L. TERPPE, 720 Cedar
GEO W. DAVIS, coiner North
Jlnln avcntio and Jhukct
CHARLES P. JONES, 1337 Dick
F. J. JOHNS, 020 Gieen Rldgo
C. LORENZ, corner Wnshlnglon
, avenue and Jtuilon street,
W. It. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irving
J. G. BONE & SON.
WANTED At once, pxpciicnccd stenog
laphcr and tjpcvvilter. C. S. Wool
woitb. WANTED-Agenls to sell tea nnd cof
fee to consumeis. Positions perma
nent. Giand Union Tea Co., 311 Lacka
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED Mechanical cnclnoer nnd as
sistant to supcilntendent, uge nliout .10;
one expoilenced in lion business pio
fcned. Scranton Bolt and Nut Co.
OFFICE BOY WANTED-Appiy in own
handwriting, stating age. Must hae
some expcilenco In stenogiaphy. Box
WANTED A good insldo wh eman. expe
llenced in motor geneiator Installation.
Send application to the Bciwlck Eiectilo
Light company, Beivvick, Pa'.
WANTED An cpeiienced di apery man,
ono who Is competont to cut, mako
and hang drapeilcs. wVpply to Box 43i,
SIX good carpenteis wanted for to build
foims for concieto masonry at Sche
nectady. N. Y. Wages, 30 cents per hour.
Bui lie Bios.
SALESMAN Expel ieneed in placing pio
piletary medicines with letail diug
glsts; high class line; llbeinl pay. Addic33
stating eNpeilence and refeience. E B.
Giles & Co, 2J30 JIaiket sticet, Philadel
Help Wanted Female.
WANTHD Lady bookkeeper. Addicss S.
Ilullah, 31 Seventh avenue, Caibon
dale, Pa. Refeienecs dcsiicd.
WANTED A gill for general housework.
Call any evening at 224 Rceso stieet.
THOROUGHLY expoilenced sales girl for
"' notions und laces; ctntial city stole;
good opening. Addi ess" Confidential, Tilb
WANTED A wnitiesx. Apply to Mrs.
Heniy Belln, 447 Jelferson avenue.
GENERAL AGENTS wanted, either sex,
to tiuvel and appoint agents Salaiy
and expenses guaiantoed. JI. Poiclval,
1200 Wnlnuti stieet, Philadelphia, Pa.
GENERAL agent vviinted to handlo ono
of tho host investments on tho market.
A good man should make $30 to $73 week
ly. Inducements aio tbo best; guuiini
tccd position No capital needed. Wis.
cousin Oil Company, lion Block, Mil
LARGE CORPORATION wants energetic
Gencial Agent for this county. No
books, insuionce, or canvassing. Ac
quaintance with mcrohants and manu
facture! s necessaiy. Peimunent. Bond.
Stato age, expoiience. lefeiences Hist let
ter. Addioss, Suite 572, No. 1001 Chestnut
Board and Rooms.
VERY DESIRABLE suite of rooms with
first class table board, can bo obtained
at 333 Jeff ei son nvenuo.
Ceitlflcd Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING, C. T. A... 23
Tiadeis" Bank Building. Old 'phono IStd.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B,
Real Estate Echangu Bldg,, 120 Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, S13 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 720 CON
DR. C. E. ElLi:NBERGnH, PAULI
building, Spiuco sticot, Scinnton.
DR. C, C. LAUBACII, US WYOJIING avo
SCIILAGER &. CO,, Tiadeis' Bank Bldg.
PAT E N TS &atttW!S&lr
Tho only licensed and equipped patent
solicitor In the city. No chaigo tor la
founntlon on patentability; over ten
Rcplojrle & Co., Mcars BIUr-.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 123 ANDT27 FRANK
III! avenue. Rates Mensuuuhlo,
P. SSIEULHlt, Piopilotor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L &lV.
l'assengor depot Conducteil on tho Eu
lopenn plan, Victor Koch, Propiletor,
A. B BRiaGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
nnd cess pools; no odor; only Impiovcil
pumps used, A. B. Bilggs. piopilotoi.
Leave oideis 1100 Noith Alain avenue,
or Elcke's ding stoio, comer Adams and
Slulbeiry. Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACKA.
ave., Scianton, nifrs. ot Who Screens.
MEGAItaEE BROS. PRINTERS' SUP
piles, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Watchouso, Mo Washington nvenuo.
THE WILKES-RARRE RECORD CAN
ba had in Scianton nt tho news stand
of Rcisman Bios, toil Spiuco and W!
Linden; JI. Noiton. 322 lickuvvniina
ave.; I. S. Schutzci, 211 Spruce sticet.
Only Halt a Ctnt a Word.
STOCK "A ND Wi IK AT TRADERS w 1th
out dolny. Wrllo for our special ranr.
kctlotter. .Froo on application. B. M
Hlbbnrd Sr Co, mombcis N. Y. Consoli
dated nnd Stock Exchnngo, 44 nnd 4J
Broadwny, Now York. Established 1801.
Long Dlslnncn 'Phono 2181 Brond.
Money to Loan.
ANY AJtOUNT OK MONEY TO LOAN
Quick, stinlght loans or Building and
Loan, At from 4 to 0 per cent. Coll on
N, V. Wnlkur. 314-11S Connoll bulldlnir.
THE MODUL LAUNDRY. Dunmoro,
laundcis shirts nt Sc. each nnd collars
and cuffs nt 114c each.
Delaware, Lackawanna nnd Western.
, In Effect Jttno 1. 1C02.
Uialns leave Scianton for Now York
At Lot). 3 20, 0 03, 7.50 and 1010 a. m.; 12 40.
3 40, 3 35 p. in. For Now York nnd Phlla-delphla-7.50.
10 10 a. m . and 12 40 nnd 3 33
P in. 1 or Gouldsboio-At 0 10 p. m For
BufTalo-1.13, 0 22 and D.oo a. m.; 1 r, 0 50
and 11,10 p. ir. For Blnghnmton, Elmlrn,
pud wny slatlons-10.23 a. m 1.03 p. m.
J or Oswego. Syincuso nnd Utlca 1.15 nnd
"".?:.. '"J 1't" P- m. Oswego. Syiacuso
nnd rtlca tiahi nt 0 22 n. m. dally, except
Sunday. For JIontrose-9 00 a. m.; 103
anil 0 50 p. ni, Nicholson accommodation
4 00 and O.in p. m.
Bloomsbiug Divlslon-For Noithumbor.
land, at. G.13 and 10 10 a. m.; 1.53 and 1H
" .,nA.1,or Plymouth, at 810 a. m.; 3.40
and 9 03 p ai.
.Sunday Tia.ns-For New York, 1.50, 8 20,
oOu. 1010 n. m.; 3 10 nnd 3 33 p. m Foi
Buffalo i.i5 nnd 0 22 a. m.; 1.53, t50 and
11.10 p. m. For Elmltn nnd way stations
10 2, a, m. For Blnghnmton and way sta
tions, 000 a. m. Bloomsburg Dlvislon
Leavo Scianton. 10 10 a. m. and G.10 p. ni
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect Juno 13, 1902.
Trains Leave Scianton
For Philadelphia nnd New Yoik via D.
& JI. R. R . at at 7.41, tlnough Parlor Car
and Day Coach C.ubonflnle to New York
nnd 9 17 n. m., with L. V. Coach Carbon
tlale to Philadelphia, and 2.1S, 4 33 (Black
Diamond Expiecs). nnd 11.40 p. m. Sun
days, D & H. R. R 1.58. 917 p. m.
For Whlta Haven, Harloton and princi
pal points in tho coal legions, via D &
H. R R., 7.41. 2.1S and 4 33 p. m. Fo"
Pottsville, 7.41 a. m.
For Bethlehem, Enston, Reading, JIar
rlsbuig nnd piinclpal Intermediate sta
tions, via D. ti H. R. R.. 7.41, 9.17 a. m.;
2.18, 4 33 (Black Diamond Expiess), 1149 p.
m. Sundnvs, D. & II. R. R., 9 38 a. m.;
1 5S, 9 17 p. in.
For Tunkhnnnoek. Townnda, Elmha,
Ithaca, Geneva end principal Intermediate
stntlons via D , L. & W. R. R., 6 33 a. m.
and 1 53 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester. Buffalo, Nlac
nra Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D As JI. R R, 12 03 p m.: 3 28 (Black
Diamond Expiess). 10 41, 1149 p. m. Sun
davs. D. & If. R. It , 12 03, 917 p. m.
Pullmnn parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
Valley Pallor cais on all tialns between
Wilkes-Banc and New York, Philadel
phia, Buffnlo nnd Suspension Brldgo
ROLLIN II. WILBUR. Gen. Supt , 20
Cortland street. Now York
CHARLES S LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt . 20
Coitland sticot, Now York.
A. W. NONEMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Ast..
South Bethlehem, Pn.
Tor tickets nnd Pullmnn reservations
npply to cltv ticket ofllco, 03 Public
Squaie, ,WlU;cs-Baire, Pa.
t READING SYSTEM.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Collected to September 10, 1902.
Stations in New Yoik, foot Llbcrtj
stieet nnd South Feny, N. R.
Tinlns leave Scianton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Allon
tovvn. Jliiiuii Chunk, White Haven, Ash
ley, Wllkes-Bnrro nnd Plttston at 7.30 a.
m , 1 p in. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 2 10 p m.
Quaker City Expiess leaves Scranton
7.30 n. m, tlnough solid vestibulo train
with Pullman Buffet I'ailor Car for Phila
delphia with only ono chnngo of cars for
Baltlmoie and Washington, D. C and all
pilticlp.il pcints south nnd west.
For Avncn, Plttston nnd WIlkes-Barro,
1 P m nnd 4 p m. Sunday, 2 10 p m.
For Long Bmnch, Ocean Grove, etc,
7 ?0 a. in. and 1 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg
via Allontovvn nt 7 20 a. m., 1 p. m. and 1
p. m. Sunday, 2 10 p m.
For Tnmaqua and Pottsville, 7.30 a. m.;
1 P m. nnd 4 p. m.
For lines nnd tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BESSLER, Gen. Manager.
C. JI. BURT. aon. Pass. Agt.
Schodulo in Effect Juno 10, 1902.
Tialns lcavo Scianton 038 n. m, week
davH, tlnough vestibulo tialn from
Wilkcs-Baiio. Pullman buffet poilor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
ville; stops at piinclpal Intel mediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunbuiy. Hai
l'isbuig, Philadelphia, Baltimoie, WasN
ington nnd for Pittsbiug nnd tho West.
9 47 a. m . week days, for Suubury. Har
llsbuig, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash,
ington und Plttsbuig nnd tbo West.
1.12 p. in, weoU davs, (Sundays. l.,,S p.
m ), for Sunbuiy, llairishurg, Philadel
phia, Baltlmoie, Washington and Pltts
buig nnd tho West.
3"S p. m.. week dnvs, thiough vestibulo
train lioni Wllkcs-Baiio Pullmnn buffet
pnilor cm and coaches to Philadelphia via
J'ottsvllle. Stops at piinclpal Intel medi
4 33 p m , week dnvs, for Hnzleton. Sun
limy, Huulshuig, Philadelphia and Pitts-
bU'B' J. B. TIUTCHINSON. Gen. Mgr,
J. 11. WOOD. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Effect Juno 10, 1902,
Tialns for Caibondalo lcavo Scranton nf
0 41 7.3H. 8 30, 10 U a. in.; 12 03, 1.12, 211.
:!:.o. 51A 0 23, S2I, 9.13. 10 01 p. m.; 1213,
Kor'llmiesdnlo-fl.ll. 10 U n. m.; 2.U and
5 Por' Wllkes-Baiio-0 3. 7 11. 8 11. 9 17.
10 M n. in.: 12 01, 1.12. 2.1S, 3 2J, 133, 010.
7 IS 10 II, 11.19 P m-
Fin- t'. V. It- " PoInts-7.11. 9.17 a. m.
2,18, 1 33 and 11 49 p 111.
For IYnnsvlvnnla R. R. Polnts-6 33
9 17 n. ml, 1.1-'. ' 2s and ' 3:' P- " '
'For Albiny nnd nil points noith 7.30 a.
ni. and 3 50 i in.
ni. nnu iusl,NnAV TRAINS.
For C.iibondale-8 50, 1131 u. m.; 2.11,
3 30, 5 52 nnd 11.17 p. ill.
For Wllkos-Baiie 9 2S a. m.; 12 03, 158,
3 2S. 0 32 and 9 17 P. in. L ., . ,- "
For Albanv and points porth-3 50 p. m.
For Iioncsdalo-S50 a. m.; 11 3J and M
Pw"'L PRYOR, D P A, Scranton, i.
Eiio Railroad Wyoming TJlvislonT
In Efiect Septenihur 13, 1902 .
Tinlns lcavo Sfiantmi loi Now Yoik,
Now Inn gh niul lntounodlito pointy, nbjn
lor Haw lev and local stations at 7.20a.
in and 1 .13 p. in
For llonesdalo nnd Whlto JIllls nt 1,?
Tialns nulvo ot Scianton at 10 38 a. m
and 9.13 p. m. i '
New York, Ontario and Western,1-.
Tlinu table In effect Sunday. Sept. 23, 1902.
NORTH HOUND TRAINS.
l.eavo Le.no Aulva
Trains, Scianton, Ciiibniidalo, Cadosla.
No t .,,,,, 10 ;!i)n, m. U.tOii, in 10ijp.pi,
No, 7 Oiop in.Ai.CaibnndaloCti p.m
SOtiTtl BOUND. "t
l.eavu Leao Airlr
Tinlns, Cadosla. Caibondalo, Scianton.
No. il ,..,,. il sn a.m. 7.21n.-m.
No 2 2.1" p ni 4 00 p.m. 4 43 p.m.
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH ROUND,'
Leavo Lcavo Anivo
Tialns. Somnton. Caibondalo. Cadoa,
No. 9 ,..,,, 830a. liv lUOiwni. 10.45a.n.
No. 5 ,,,.,. 7.io P m Ai'.failinmlalo 7.43 Itln
I.onvo I.ouvo Aliil
Tialns. Cadosla. Caibondalo. Scianton.
No. u 0D0a.ni. 7 23 a. in.
No. 10 .... 4 30p 111. U 00 p.m. b43p m,
Tialns Nos. I on week days, and 9 on
Suiidas connect for Now Yoik cltv, Mid
dlctown, Walton, Noiwlch, Oneida, Os
wego mid all point west,
Tialn No. 0. with "Qunkcr City Ex
piess" at Sciiitnon. via C, R. It. of N. J
for Phlladelphl i,Atlanto City, Baltimore.
Washington "and Pennsylvania stato
See time-table nnd consult ticket agents
for connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDURSON. O. P. A.. Now York.
J. E. WKLSU. T. p. A..,Sri.unon. Pj.