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THE SCRANTON TMBUNE-TTJ13SPAY, OCTOBER 7, 1902.
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Special to tho Scrnnton Tribune.'
Honesdntc, Oct. C In the nbsonoe of
the pastor, Itev. W. H. Swift, Rev. J. .1.
Bunion, conducted the services In the
Preabytcilnn church on Sunday.
Favorable weather tills week will
bring n largo crowd to tho Wayne
t'ounty fair. The numerous attractions,
the high class of trotting and running
races, tho farm wagon parade, Otildc
Icpr Wonder, etc., should he seen by
The company presenting "A Sister
I.ove." gavo a very creditable cntor
talnnicnt nt the Opera house. Saturday
evening. The famous shooting star?,
May Clinton and. Pauline Cook, cap
tivated tho audience by thetr clever
Tho Main street temporary wood
bridge over the Lnoknwnxon liver has
been rebuilt and Is now In readiness for
travel to the fair.
Many of the Wayne county farmers
have turned their attention to tho stove
wood business and from present Indica
tions will do ii thriving business.
Manager Sllvorstono has secured for
his fair week attrition, "Field's Juve
nile Minstrels," who will appear at tho
Opera house. Wednesday evening, Oct.
8. A eninpniiy of twelve juveniles In a
street parade and on the minstrel plat
form, will bo a novel attraction that will
bo well received in Honesdale.
A largely attended dance was enjoy
ed in tho Opera bouse. Friday evening,
by the members and friends of tho
"Five Minutes to Kleven Club."
Tho wet weather during the past sea
son lias seriously injured tho grain
crop of many farmers In this vicinity.
In the early season It was tho corn
that suffered. Very many Holds were
not harvested, being left as worthless.
Tho frequent recent rain storms have
destroyed much of the buckwheat,
which could not be threshed and had
grown and become rotten. The acreage,
was largo, but the pan-cake supply
will be cut short in Wayne county at
Dr. W. T. Butler has returned from n
woek',s vacation, spent in Philadelphia.
During his absence his dental parlors
have been repainted.
Honesdale Is nearly prepared for the
free delivery mail service. Several are
having the private lock mall boxes
placed on their residence.
Special lo the Scranton Tribune.
Factoryvllle, Oct. 4. Keystone foot
ball team went to Montrose last Satur
day and came back with smiling faces.
Score 44-0 In favor of the Keystone.
Mrs. Nowenmb who lias been spend
ing the summer In Connecticut has re
turned to her home in tills place.
Mrs. S. II. Wrlgley, of West Scran
ton, was visiting friends here this
Mrs. Anna Shales Is seriously ill at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Mrs. Phoebe Bailey wil leave for her
homo In Canada. Tuesday evening.
Her sister. Mrs. John Woo'dbrldge, of
Dalton will accompany her.
The W. C. T. IT. will hold a social at
tho home of Mrs. W. 1,. Foliet, Tuesday
afternoon nt 3 o'clock. All Interested
in temperance work are cordially invit
ed. Panlowna lodge, Daughters of P.e
bekah will meet Tuesday evening.
Tho Rev. Hubert T. Jones, of Ithaca,
Is. Y., will lecture on the Passion Play
at the Methodist church next Friday
evening. Admission 25 cents, children
Louis Wrlgley. of Kingston, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A bra in Wrlgley.
Special to tho Scr.mtoa Tribune.
Ditndaff, Oct. 0. Tho supper, given
for the beuellt of the Baptist church
at Mrs. W. L. Millard's, on Thursday
evening, Oct. 2, was very successful,
and n pleasant time was enjoyed by
those who attended,
W, t Nicholson, of Jormyn, called
on friends here, Friday.
Kd. Miu-on, of .lermyn, called on
friends here, Friday.
We regret to state that K. K. Wells
mid wife are about to depart from us.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells are two of our most
popular persons In church and social
vork, and their pleasant smiles and
helping hands will be missed. They
are about to start on n lour of the
many churches as singing evangelists,
and wo wish them great success in
their now Held of labor.
Heavy mid long rains are damaging
IN fli& ftfif the question ofhemth
m vibk ruuo. becomes mainly ,i
lV ., question of nutrition. If the stomach
anu omer organs ot utgestion and nutri
tion are kept in a healthful condition
there will be a well-nourishcd body, ami
little liability to disorders of the liver,
bowels or such other disorders as may
resuii i rum in
lack of exer
cise. Dr. Pierce's
of the stomach
nnd other or
gans of diges
tion and nutri
tion, and nlso
diseases of oth
are caused by
condition of the
tion of the
body it increases the vital power nud
promotes a vigorous old age,
" I was a ( urtcrer from chronic diarrhea for five
yenr," writes Mrs. Mury A. Aaron, of Rolls,
Helps Co., Mo. "I tried different remedies,
which would give me relief fur a tdiort lima
only, My trouble would return as bail as ever,
I consulted you fu July. 1500, and by your advlcs
commenced using l)r. Pierce's remedies. I took
two bottles of the '(-olden Medical Discovery.'
three vials of the 'Pellets,' and some of the
' Extract of Smart-Weed,' as you advised, t
have not had any return of my trouble since
using your medicine. Am now seventy-one
years old and I uevcr had anytlilug to relieve
we so quick. I think Dr. I'ierce's medicines the
greatest on earth. Should I ever have any re.
turn of my trouble shall use your medicine.
My thanks to you for your advice and thank
to Almighty God for restoring me to health
through your hands."
Accept no substitvtc foe "Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
as good" for diseases of the stomach,
blood and lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, (he best
laxative for old people. They curevcon
ttipition and biliousness.
11 great deal of the crops, potatoes now
It Is high time our game olllecrs
looked lifter those who nro violating
tho game lawn by hunting out of sen
son, Walter White made a call on Cur
bondalo friends, Saturday.
Charles L07.I11 has sold his span of
fine horses and Is now driving a line
Miss Bolton, of Scranton, Is visiting
at tho homo of John Bolton.
Mrs. ,T. C. Wells returned homo on
Sunday, after spending a Week with
friends nt Pleasant Mount.
J. C. Wells Is erecting a lino now
barn on his farm In Clifford township.
Dormice Hurdlck and son.rtalph, cap
tured three line racoons the other night.
Miss Clortrude tinker Is visiting rela
tives In Wllkes-Harrc.
AV, h. Decker has purchased n lino
new gun, Wilts says the game Is all
his as a consequence. How about It
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Whinners, Oct. 0. .Mr. Sulllvnpt ot
the linn of Moloney & Sullivan, whole
sale dealers of fruit and produce, of
Tenth avenue, Now York city, has load
ed several cars of apples at Lake Ariel,
and Is going to load several cars more
at Whinners and ship them to New
York city. As this is the second time
Mr. Sullivan sent apples from Wlm
niers' stntlon, the people who are ac
quainted with him, give him a very
Ministers of tho Kvangelical church
at Wlmmers held their quarterly con
Nov. Eggo finished all of his harvest
homo sermons in all of his different
charges. He was presented with a
largo pumpkin by Mr. Abel Knslln,
which weighed forty-one pounds.
Mrs. Robert Perry, of Dunmore. wife
of the noted singer, was a guest of
Mrs. L. Bronson, on Friday last.
No coal of the best quality can bo
purchased at Wlmmers. Washed coal,
wholly unfit for baking Is $2.50 per ton.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Hopbottom, Oct. C The Young Pro
pie's Christian association, which con
vened here Saturday and Sunday, was
well attended. Those from out of town
were: Miss Flora Tiffany, Miss Myra
Maynard, of Nicholson: Mr. and Mrs.
Waldie, Mr. and Mrs. Van Aiken. Miss
Ktta Sage, Miss Gertrude Waldie, of
Brooklyn; Miss Nellie Loonils, of
Klngsley; Ttev. Tllllnghast. state su
perintendent of I'niversallsts; ltev.
Payne and Miss Ida Barber, of Scran
ton. The next convention will be held
at Brooklyn, In May, 1003.
Miss Myra Jackson spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents In New
ark Valley, N. Y.
Dan Harris, of Scranton, spent a few
days last week as the guest of Solomon
Margaret Babson, of Brooklyn, visit
ed at O. P. Tiffany's over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. A. TIngley, of
Carbondale, recently visited at Mrs. M.
George Parktnn has been awarded tho
contract for pinning steam bent In the
Mrs. A. V. Cooper, of Montrose, Is tho
guest of Mrs. O. P. Stall.
Miss Lena Tiffany, who Is employed as
a bookkeeper In Wllkes-Hnrro, spent
Silnday with her parents here. She was
accompanied by her cousin, Miss Alice
Jlnwley, of Dorrnncoton.
There was a large attendance at the
union temperance service In the Baptist
church Sunday evening. Itev. F. J. Ca
terer, of the Six-Principle Baptist church
preach an Interesting sermon.
Ttev, Robert T. Jones D. !., of Ithaca,
N. Y., will present the celebrated Pas
sion Play In the Methodist church on
Thursday evening. It will bo illustrated
with llfty ofllcial views. The admission
villi be 10 and SO cents.
A business meeting of the Kpworth
League will be held in tho Methodist
church Tuosdny evening. .
A supper will bo served In the Baptist
church on Wrdne-diiy evening, beginning
at 5.30 o'clock, Tho price of tho supper
will be 13 cents.
A meeting of the Women's Christian
Temperance union will be held at tho
home of Mrs. Charles Creusy on Friday
aflernoon at 3 o'clock.
The missionary society of tho Baptist
church will hold a meeting nt the homo
of Mrs. Mary K.iton on Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Dr. II. C. Downs, of Scranton, has lo
cated In tills place. Ho has opened an
oilicn In tho home of Mrs. Can.
Tho continued rains and eouo;uent
high water In tho creek Indicate that wo
will have no new concrete nrch bridge
tills whiter. It is hoped, however, that
this will not bo true.
Bromley Smith, of Factoryvllle, was la
town on Saturday, soliciting patrons to
have electric lights plated In their homes
and places of business.
Mls Helen Williams has returned
from a vlt-it at Montrlnlr and Rncknway,
Mls Lou Dunning has scoured n posi
tion In tho Correspondence Institute, it t
Scranton, and entered upon the discharge
of her duties there yesterday morning.
William Ludwlg is still coiillned to tho
house with an attack of rheumatism,
.Mrs. Daniel Crimes spent last week
with relatives In Sullivan county X. Y.
Mrs. Frank McDonald and Miss .Mary
Jenkins, of Plalulleld, N. J., nro vi.ltlng
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, F, Jen
kins. Mrs. Walter Williams secured eleven
premiums at tho Mudlsonvlllo fulr Inst
Mrs, Spitngonburg nnd two children, of
Nay Aug, spent Sunday at tho homo of
.Mr. and .Mrs. F. A. Pago.
Dr, Knedler and family leave this
morning for Moscow, where they will
make their home in tho future. Tho doc.
tor and his wife havo very pinny warm
friends here, who regret exceedingly the
circumstance) that seemed to mako tho
chango advisable. They will lio much
missed In social and religious circles, ns
both the doctor and Mrs. Knedler liavo
been aetlvu workers In tho Presbyterian
church ami Sunday school of this place.
Thc will retain Ihenr memlierihlp in this
church and the doctor will havo an allien
In tho Knickerbocker building, on Front
streut. whom ho can ho consulted from
I In t p. m, on Mondays, Wednesdays,
Fridays and Saturdays.
Miss Besslo Buckingham vpeut last
right with her cousin, Miss Alico Buck
ingham at Scranton.
Tho first of a course of fourteen bi
weekly Academy Extension lectures will
bo given at Waverly academy, Tuesday
evening, Oct. 7, at S o'clock. Tho nubjeot
Is "Heroes and the Hciolc Ago;" tho lec
turer, the Itev. M. S. Godshall, Ph. D.
re rccoftnltfd m IIib Unndsrd by ll Jowelars.
They re lilontlcnl with eolld gold rnsea In
npprsrnnc nml site, hut much loner In price.
.rafil. Don't ncc'ptnnycnsflmlrt to he "Just na
vtfSQp Rood "as tho Hom. Look for t he Keyetono
yfl! trade-murk. Hend for booklet.
The Kejitono Watch Cao Company, Philadelphia.
"In Old Kentucky."
At the Lyceum last night "In Old Ken
tucky" was presented by a good company,
with a lino scenic display.
Tlie story of tho play is olio of strong
Interet and tho good points of It wcro
well brought out last night.
"Tho Span of Life."
That "Tho Span of Life," Sutton Vane's
realistic melodrama lias lost 110110 of Its
popularity was demonstrated by tho
largo audience which greeted It last
evening at tho Academy. Tho play luls
lieea presented hero several times be
lore, but tho company which nppcnml
hero last evening Is tho best which has
over presented tho production here. Miss
Francis and Miss Hurley In tho leading
and comedy roles deserve particular men
tion. Tho play Is In four acts and eleven
scenes nnd has an elaborate scenic equip
ment. Tho third act Introduces the famous
acrobats, "Tho Douazottas," who form a
human bridge twelve feet long nnd thirty
loot in tho air over which three people
run to safety. Tho Lighthouse scono U
the second act Is very realistic. "Tho
Span of Life" will be repeated tonight
and Wednesduy with matinees both days.
Seats now on sale for tho balance of tho
"Phroso" nt the Dixie.
The audiences at the Dixie theater yes
terday were certainly mystllled in 11 thor
ough manner by the strange performance
of tho mueh-talked-of Phroso, the me
chanical man. Although all regarded the
tiling with tho most careful scrutiny, but
few worn really satisfied whether It was
flesh and blood or wood, who and wax.
While It seemed almost Impossible that a
figure could be constructed that would
walk and talk, yet It also appeared Im
possible that a human being could pro-t-erve
tho immobility of expression that
made tho wax-like face of Phroso Impene
trable. An excellent vaudeville bill Is also given,
in which tho Clnyton White and Marie
Stuart company, Johnson, Davenport and
Lorclla, the Knight Brothers, Young and
Brooks. Mi.Olynu, tho bicyclist, and Miss
Kmile Kdwards won much applause. The
White and Stuart company will present
an entirely new sketch on Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, entitled, "Geraldlao."
At the evening performance, Sid Forester,
of Forester it Floyd, made his appear
ance and gave several songs, which were
"The Cowboy nnd the Lady."
There Is no li;ck of "atmosphere" in
"Tho Cowboy and tho Lady," by Clyde
Fitch, which will bo the attraction at tho
Lyceum Wednesday night. Jt is redolent
of the breezy west and it Is worthy of
The position, hrlelly. is this: A Yale
man coines to Colorado to grow tip with
tho country. Ho is at at tho head of 11
busy enterprise lie meets a classmate
hero, a dawdling fellow who is n chaser
of petticoats and a bold, bad, superheated
man generally. Tho rascal has for a
wife a very sweet and coquettish wo
man, whom the hero, North, falls des
perately hi lovu with. She, while not ad
mitting It. Is in lovo with him. which
from a highly moral standpoint, is rep
rehensible. It Is human nature, never
theless. A half-bleed whom Weston has injured
by making lovo to his sweetheart, kills
Weston in the dance hall and leaves tho
body with tho moonlight streaming in
upon it. As the real murderer glides
away Mrs. Weston and North enter tho
darkened room from dlffeient points,
both unconscious of tho horror they nro
to meet. They are stopped by the corp.su
of tho nmidcrcd man. They glanco at
each other and each thinks tin other Is
the murderer. Sullenly, tho alarm Is
given, tho rononi Wis up. the lights arc
turned on and, the sheriff being of tho
party, sees the wife bending over tho
depraved husband and, assuming she is
tho murderer, starts to arrest her. Then
North steps up and, to save her, .says:
"I am tho man you want," and gives him
self up. Mrs. Weston Is horror-struck
and silent, assuming of course, tlmt
North's confession Is the simple truth.
Tills, It will be seen, is a particularly
strong situation, worthy almost of tho
genius of Sardou. The denouement Is
cleverly worked out in tho last act.
Mr. Kent In tho title rolo is said to bo
admirably lilted. An exceptionally ca
pable company Is promised, while tho
stage settings nro snld to bo particularly
"King; Dodo" Soon.
Tho company presenting "King Dodo"
will consist of twenty principals, thirty
chorus and an orchQstra of ten picked
musicians. No company In years has had
such a thorough equipment and nothing
has been left undone lo mako this organ
ization pre-eminent of Its kind.
The widely known success of tho Castlo
Square Opera company under tho care
ful guidance of Henry W. Savago Is proof
positive tlmt the above Is true. This
organization conies to tho Lyceum very
soon and no doubt will till the theater to
overllowlug, as it will by tho musical
treat of the senon.
The Sombrich Becltnl.
Tho Interest In tho great musical event
which will open tho season at tho Ar
mory on tho evening of October .'!, 111
erenses an tho time approaches nud an
Mine, Senibiich Is tho peer of tho great
artists whtt-appeared last season tho Ar
mory should bo thronged o'u this 00
casiou. TI10 subscription nalo now open at Pow
ell's music store Is progressing nnd thosa
who call this week can secure choice
beats. Prices 73 cents to JJ.,10.
Mr. nud Mis. tieorgo T'regallns spent
Sunday with friends In flrienwooil.
Mr. nud Mrs. William Stevenson spent
Sunday at Dalton.
Charles Hcheuch, of Scranton, wns n
culler In town Sunday.
Mr. and Airy, Bort Smith nud daughters,
Murjorlo and Dorothy, of Loudon, nrn
visiting at tho homo of tho hitter's I'uthcr,
D. CJ. Ureene.
airs. Peter Wilson nnd daughter nro
visiting friends in Stroudsburg.
William Wedcman. of Scranton was a
caller in town Sunday.
Mrs. Howard Maschull is suffering from
a slight attack of pneumonia.
David Lewis, ot Wyoming, spent Sun
day In town.
Miss Kmimi Park was u caller in Hydo
L'urneat, the young son of Mr, mid Mrs,
Tho. Inn. floss StlfTonod Gold Watch Cn
nro nn Improvement on nolle! gold cases.
Tlioy nro mrotiger nnd won't bend or dent.
Mode of two layers of gold, with 11 layer of
ulttTetitug motal between, welded together
Into one solid "licet.. Tho otlUldn layer
pnnlntna nmro cold tlmn iin bo worn oil
in 25 years, tho tlmo for which a
11088 uato is guarameou.
Frank Breezy, fell from n choir on Sun
day and sustained a broken arm,
Tho llrst foot ball gnmo of the sea
son was played here on Saturday be
tween the Taylor Juniors nnd tho Alumni
Juniors of West Scranlnn. Two twenty
mluulc halves were played mid tho score
was n tie, " lo ,".
. Miss Howe, a young lady of West
Scranton, has been engaged by our school
board to assist In teaching In tho primary
department of No. 3 school, owing lo tho
crowded condition of tho school.
Tho masonry work for tho now hall of
Henry Welsenduh on t'nlon stieet Is com
pleted. Carpenters will soon commence
work on tho structure. Taylor (c Tubhs
havo been awarded tho contract.
The Sterling Social club conduct lta
tegular weekly social this evening nt
Weber's rink. Miss Beddlugtou, of Pitts
ton, will be tho accompanist.
Miss Nina Olmstcad. of Main street,
left yesterday for Bloomsburg, where
she will visit her sister. Miss Kate, who
Is a student at tho State Normal school
there. .Miss Olmstcad will also attend tho
fair at tlint place.
Misses Olwen llowells and Lucy Win
ters, of this town, sang a duet nt the
Plltston Methodist Kpiscopal church Kp
worth league rally on Sunday.
William Ilarlns, sou of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Samuel Ilarlos, of Washington street,
left yesterday to resume Ids studios at tho
Western Pennsylvania Medical College,
William J Nelger, of Hnllstend, called
on his fnmlly on Taylor street Sunday.
John P. Thomas, of Pond street, left
yesterday for Blanberg, Ph., to visit rel
atives. Prldo of Lackawanna lodge. No. IS,
American Protestant Ladles' association,
will Install newly elected officers at this
Itev. Dr. Moffat, of the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church, nfliclated at
the local Presbyterian church on Sunday.
Mrs. Wiliam Vaughn, of South Scran
ton, was tho guest of relatives In town
A special meeting of the Kpworth
league will be held In the church parlors
on Tuesday celling. Business of Pu
jol tuitco. (1. B. Reed, secretary.
A searchlight Is being put up at tho
Sterrick Cieek colliery of the Temple Iron
company. Tho searchlight will bo on
top of the high culm pile adjoining tho
breaker. It Is expected to be placed in
operation by Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J I. K. Barnes Is spending a few
days at Washington, D. C.
C. J. Cinzemnller. of Philadelphia
spent Sunday with his family at Poek
vllle. -Master Winllcld Broad is convalescent
from an attack of quinsy.
Council met In regular session last
SITI'ATION WANTI3D as scrub or kitch
en girl. Address ls:., Vou Storcli uvu.
WANTKD A situation by a lespectablo
girl of L'l , at general housework or
dining room girl; experienced. Address
Lena Spangenberg, ".'.'3 Hecso street.
SITI'ATION AVANTKD-A young woman
with child four years old wants house
keeping Willi soiuo lespectablo person.
Address Mrs. Smith, Tribune otlice.
SITI'ATION WAN'TUD-At light house
work In .small family. Addrers A. M.,
13i Von Storch avenue.
SlTALKn'piWPOs'Cl's'-.vTlf bo opencuMn
tho office of the City Itecouler by tho
Director of the Department of Puollo
Works, at 3 o'clock p. in. on Monday, Oc
tober 13, IDOL', for furnishing and for fur
nishing and erecting htrect signs and
posts at til" intersection of tho several
streets within the city of Scranton,
Kaeh bidder shall enclose with his pro
posal, cash or certilled check hi the sum
of one hundred (JluMKM dollars as a guar
antee to execute a contract. If awarded
tho same, within twenty c.'ii) davs from
the dato of award. In case the bidder to
whom the contract shall havu been
awarded refuses or neglects to execnto
a contract within the said twenty coi
days, tho enclosure accompanying his
proposal shall bo forfeited lo thu uso of
tho city of Scranton.
Kaeh proposal shall bo accompanied
with a sample.
Didders will bo furnished with proposal
blanks at the Bureau of Kiigliieering and
110 wioeiH mil lie iicccpifil.
or ail bids.
JOHN R. BOC1IK. Director.
Department of Public Works.
Scranton, Pa October 1, jijo:'.
aii pruposuiH hiiiiii do iiieil with tho
City Controller, at Ills oflloo In tho Citv
Hull, Scranton, Pa., nut later Mum ".'io
o'clock p, m. on Monday, Oct. 13, VM'
Tho city icservcs tho rmlit to rrie,.t"!mv
FOR THE LITTLE ONKS.-Cut out tho pictures appearing on this page each
day, draw a pencil mark around tho hidden object, savo thorn until Saturday,
then send them or tnko them to Tho Trlbuuo office In un envolopo addressed to
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boys and girls who correctly mark tho six pictures uppearlng during the week,
nnd whoso answers aro llrst received, will havo their names published in Tho
Trlbuno Monday morning.
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mountains. Find the shepherd who owns
THE TRIBUNE'S " WANT"
Only lUtf a Cent a Word.
VOW SALK Fine quartered link library
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FOIl SALK-PliyRlclaii'B ch.ilr and house
hold goods, Address 701 tjulncy nve.
FOB SALK-Ahout 20 foot ot desk coun
ter, surmounted with plnsu front nnd
two openings, lower portion nicely pan
elled, with drawers nnd shelves under
neath. May be seon rit tho ofllcc ot Tho
FOB SALK-Ouo largo block of buildings,
corner uiiesinut ana uriuner suceis,
containing stores nnd dwellings; nlso onn
lino hotel. Apply to Geo. W. Frost, 101
Kust Drinker street.
FOB SALK-tiroat bargain, four lots on
Jefferson avenue, Oreen Blilge.,, for
Jl.r00 eitch; cash to quick buyer; MtxlSl
feet. Address C. P. Jadwln, f.13 Mears
FOB SALK Twelve room single dwell
liigihard wood Ilnisli on lot bOxlsi,
Wyoming nvcnile, Green Ridge; part
cash, balance on mortgage, Address C.
1. Jadwln, M," Mears building.
WILL TBADK If you havo some well
locnled lots In the city 1 will trade a
duo ilotihlo house on Jefferson avenue for
same, rents for Jl.'i per month. Address
C. P. Jadwln.
FOR SALE Klcgnnt sites for homes in
upper Groen Rldgo; cholco neighbor
hood; most desirable locnlllv for homo
In Lncknwnnna county. J. A. Mnrvlne,
1738 Sanderson avenue.
FOR RKNT Half now doublo house; POO
Prescott avenue: all improvements.
Apply (J-J Prescott avenue.
S.'iO WILL RUNT Hue fl-room brick house;
117 Qulney avenue. M. 11. Holgute,
J1S For Rent Ten-room house; excellent
neighborhood; nil modem Improve
ments, on avenue. Apply to R. P. Ham
ilton, I2ii Spruce street.
FOR RKNT New house, corner Linden
and Colfax; all conveniences. Inquire
Sit.", Mm Ion stieet.
For Sale or Kent.
FOR SALK o'lt RKNT The :i-story brick
building, with boiler house attached,
nnd lonu row of sheds for horse.", wag
ons, etc.; also railroad switch suitable for
manufacturing purposes; lately occupied
by tho Clock Tobacco Co. R. M. Winton,
Room No. M.', Mears Building.
Furnished Booms for Bent.
FOR RKNT Three newly furnished
front rooms, bent, gas and bath.
,'M block. Washington avenue. Address
X Tribune ofllcc.
FL'RNISIIKD room for rent; meals if de
sired, list) Mulberry street.
Boom for Bent.
FOR RKN'T Two front rooms: one furn
ished; one unfurnished; all conveni
ences; for gentleman only. Inquire 1511
FRONT ROOM for
rent; desirable, 1H
Board and Booms.
VERY DKSIRAI1LK suite of rooms with
first class table board, can bo obtained
nt 'HZ Jefferson avenue.
WANTED Six or eight horse power en
gine, State price and length of tlmo
been used. W. M., Box ."0, Starucca, Pa.
LOST White bull terrier; two brown
spots over tail. Liberal tewttrd. Dr.
AVainwright, GTi Linden street.
LOST Package from carriage Friday
morning containing India silk in sim
ilar wrapping paper. Return to Mrs.
Wnylnnd, D31 Clay avenue and receive ro
TI1K ADJOURNED annual mooting of
the members of tho Pennsylvania
Oral School for the Deaf will ho held at
tho oflloo of tho Secretary, room I0:s, Cou
ncil building, Scranton, Pa., on Tuesday,
Oct ill, at ;s o'clock p. m for tho election
of four directors to servo three years, and
for such other business as may bo prop
erly brought before tho meeting.
HENRY BKLLN. Jr., Secretary.
ORPHANS' COl'RT SALE.-Kstato ot
Anna H. Richmond, deceased.
By vlrtuo of an order oL tho Orphans'
Court of Lackawanna County, there will
bo exposed ot public sale, at thu Jury
Room of tho Court Bouse, at Scranton,
in said county, on Thursday, the ltilh
day of October, A. D. IDiW, at ten o'clock
a. m tho following piece of land:
Tho surface or right of soil only
of that certain lot of land In the First
wind of the city of Scianton. Lackawanna
county, Pennsylvania, being lot number
two cl) In Block "D" on n plan of lots
of (leorgo W. Finn s Addition to the city
of Sciantnii. known and designated as
"Brighton Place," on a map intended to
bo recorded ill the Recorder's office at
Scranton In Deed Book II'!, pagn t!7il. Said
lot being thirty CIO) feet In front and thir
ty (SO) feet In tho rear and nun hundred
1100) feet in depth. All improved with a
two-story frame dwelling house and out
buildings. Terms, JUOO down nnd balance on con
Urination of sale and delivery of deed,
FREDERICK K. SCOTT,
this hut during n storm
tho hut and ills doi;
Accepted for Lcs3
Than lo Cents.
Branch WANT Offlim,
Wnnt Advertisements Will Bo
Bccelved nt Any of the Follow
ing Drtiff Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT SCttt'LTtf. corner Mul
berry street and Webster live.
Gt'STAV P1C1IKL, 50 Adams
GKO. W. JENKINS, 101 South
FRED L. TERPPK, 7:D Cedar
GEO. W. DAVIS, corner North
Main nventto uiul Market
CHARLES P. JONES, 1557 Dick
F. J. JOHNS, PL'O Green Rldgo
C. LOKENtf. corner Wmthlngton
nventto nnd Mnrlon street.
W. H. KN'EPFEL,
J. G. BONE k SON.
WANTED At once, experienced Menog
ruphcr and typewriter. C. S. Wool
worth. AVANTED Agents to sell tea and cot
feo to consumers, positions perma
nent. Grand Union Tea Co.. all Lacka
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED Double entry bookkeeper, ono
who Is not afraid of work, good place
for right man. Address with references,
box ffill, Scranton, Pa.
A ANTKD-Mon to lenrn barber trade.
New system. Eight weeks completes,
wages Saturdays. Positions guaranteed.
Iso strikes. No trusts, Catalogues mailed
free. Molera' Barber School, Now York
Help Wanted Female.
set saleslady to take charge of de
partment; also competent and experi
enced salesladies for the following
departments: Ladies' hosiery and
underwear, corsets, laces and hand
kerchiefs, cloaks and suits, muslin
underwear and waists. We will not
employ new or inexperienced help.
None hut thoroughly competent
salesladies schooled and trnined in
the business need apply. Good sal
aries paid to the right people. Ad
dress X. Y. Z., care this office.
WANTED Young lady for geneial olllco
woik. 'Must be good penman and
quick at figures. Apply In own hand
writing. C. S. Woolworlh.
WANTED Experienced lady shoe cleric.
State salary expected. Address, Clerk,
LARGE CORPORATION wants energetic
General Agent for this county. No
books, insurance, or canvassing. Ac
quaintance with merchants and manu
factureivi necessary. Permanent. Bond.
State age, experience, references first let
ter. Addicts, Suite 072, No. 1001 Chestnut
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. Write for our special mar
ket letter. Freo on application. 8. M.
Hlbbaid . Co., members N. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange. -II and M
Broadway, Now York. Established 1S81
Long Distance 'Phnn" 23SS Broad.
Money to Xcnn.
ANY AMOUNT OF .MONEY TO t.OAN'
Quick. Htioiglit loans or Building and
Loan. At tiom 4 to 0 per cent. Call on
N. V. Walker. 3M-.113 Connnll building.
THE MODEL LAUNDRY. Duumoro.
launders sblrts at So. eacli and collars
and cuffs nt ljtc. each.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAI'LDINC, C. P. A.. Hi
Traders' Bank Hulldlng. Old plume Ivil,
FREDERICK L. BROWN, AUCII Ii.,
Real Estate KMchango Bldg., l'.S Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. l71 iTCR-tMNCL BirrcONNELlT itLD(L
STKVKNKON ,t KNIGHT, 7M t'ON
DR, C. K. EILENBERGER, PALLI
building, Spruce street, Kcrauton.
DR. C. C. LAl'UACll, 115 WYO.MINU nvn
sciila(Tk1: & co..7oi7oiiueii iniiidiiiir
P A T E N TS '
Tho only licensed and uquipped patent
solicitor lit Hit city. No charge for in
formation on patentability; over ton
Itcploxlc & Co., Mcar.s IJItlg-.
Hotels and Bestaurnnts.
tTi'e ELK CAFE. IKANir'j'sf KR.-OfY-T
lln avenue. Ituicii reasonable
P. ZIKGLKR. Proprietor.
SCRANTON IIOFSK. NEAR I).. I.. K. W.
Passenger depol. Conducted nn thu Eu
ropean plan. Victor Koch, Proprietor.
a. r. nuinas cleans privy vaplts
nud eet-s pools; no odor; only Impiovcil
pumps used. A. II. Ilrlgga. propilutur.
Leavo orders Rufl Nmth Alain avenue.
. or Klckc's drug store, corner Adams and
.Mulberry. Both telephone.
JOSEPH KUKTTEL, REAR '.II LACKA.
avo., Scranton, mfrs. ol Wlro Scieciiii.
MKOAROKE BROS., PRINTERS' SI'P,
piles, envelopes, paper lings, twluu.
Wniehotisu. pio Washington avenue.
TH IT W ILK ES-B A R luTTt I X'CbYd CAN
bo hud In Scranton at the news stund
of Rclsmnu Bios., loij Kpruco mid Co
Linden; M. Norton. i'U Lackawanna
ave.; 1. S. Schutzct, :'ll Spruce btrcet.
5 0MHI1IEI ItlLENIlE
Only Half a Cent a Worl.
TO THE owner or reputed owners of
properly nouniimg or iiiiutiiug on notn
sides of Meridian street, from the Third
district main sower to the alley lending
nrrosH the IJ L. & W. R. R. tracks from
Meridian to Seventh Htrect, In tho Fifth
ward, city of Scranton, Pa.
Take notice that under the direction of
Councils assessments will be inndo for
the construction of u lateral sower in raid
Meridian street, between tho points nbnvo
named, on Friday, the 10th day of Octo
ber. A l) IDnj. at in o'clock In the fore
noon nt tho Department of Public
Works. Bureau or Engineering, City Hall,
Scranton, Pa., at which tlmo anil plnco
you muy nppenr and be hcaid If you so
JOHN E. ROCHE. Director,
Department of Public Works.
Scranton, Pa.. Oct, :i, liw.'.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Dolnwnre, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect Juno 1, lta.'.
Trains leave Scranton Tor Now York
At 1..10. :v:o, O.OT., 7.C0 and lO.lO a. m.i HMO,
il.to, ;!.M p. m. For Now York and Phila
delphia 7.C0. 10.10 a. m., and lii.IO nnd .1.3.1
p. in. For C.oiildsboro At 0.10 p. 'in. For
BuffuIo-l.IB, ..':' alul n.00 a. m.i l..", (i.M
and ll.it) p, tr. For Blngliamton, Elmlra
nnd way stations-in.1.';, a. in., 1.0S p. m.
I'or Oswego, Syracuse and I'tlca l.lii and
t.".'2 a, in.; l,'u ii. m. Oswego, Syracuso
nnd Ctlca train at K.2 a. in. dally, except
Sunday. For Montroso-a.OO a. in.; 1.0.",
nnd CM p. m. Nicholson accommodation
1.00 and 0.15 p. in.
Bloomsburg Division For Northumber
land, at u;n and 10.10 it. in.: I.e.". and ii.10
p. in. For Plymouth, nt 8.10 a. m.i 3.10
and nor, p :n.
Sunday Tr.i'.ns-Fot New York", 1.50, .1.20.
Mm. 10.10 a. in.: ".-Ill and "!.;!." p. in. For
Buffalo 1.15 and li.S'J a. in.; 1.55, U.50 nnd
11.10 p. m. For Elmlra and way statlnns
10...1 a. m. For Illnghamtnn and wuy sta
tions, ti.oo n. m. Bloomsburg Plvision
Leavo Scranton. 10.10 a. m. nnd tUO p. m.
Lehigh Valley Ballroad.
in Effect Juno 15, ltiuj.
TYalns Leave Scranton
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
& II. K. R., at nt 7.41, through Parlor Car
and Day Coacli Carbondalo to New York
and fl.ti n. in., with L. V. Coach Carbon
dale in Philadelphia, and L'.is, 4.35 (Black
Diamond Express), and 11.4!) p. m. Sun
days, D. & M. R. R., 1.5.S. 0.17 p. m.
For Whit? Haven. Hazleton nnd princi
pal points In the coal regions, via D. &
IL R. it., 7.11, IMS and 4.35 p. m. For
Pottsvllle. 7.11 ii. in.
For Bethlehem, Knton, Reading,. Hnr
rlsburg and principal Intermediate sta
tions, via D. & II. R. R 7.41, 0.17 a. in.;
2.1S. is.-, (Rinclc Diamond Express), 11.40 p.
in. Sundays. D. ,1 H. R. R., 9.3S n. m.;
1.5S.0.17 p. m.
For Tunkhannoek. Tnwanda, Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal lutermedl.ato
stations via D., L. & W. R. R., 0.35 a. m.
and 1.55 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester. Buffalo, Nlng
nra Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. & II. R, R.. 12.03 p. m.: 3.2S (Black
Diamond Express), 10.41. 11.40 p. m. Sun
days. D. it II. R. R 12.0'!. 0.17 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Valley Parlor cars cm all trains between
Wllkcs-Barre and New York. Philadel
phia. Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN If. WILP.TR. Gen. Sllpt.. 20
Cortland street. New York.
CHARLES S. I EE. Gen. Pass. Agt., 20
Cortland street. New York.
A "W. NONEMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Agt..
South Bethlehem, Pa.
For tickets and Pullman reservations
apply to rlty ticket oulce, CO Public
Square, AVllkcs-Barre. Pa.
Central Bnilroad of New Jersey.
Corrected to September 1U, 1002.
Stations in Now York, foot Lluorty
stieet and South Ferry, N. 11.
Trains leave Scrnnton for New York,
Philadelphia. Easlon, Bethlehem, Allen
town. Munch Chunk, Willie Haven, Ash
lev, AVIIkes-Barre nnd Pittston nt 7.30 a.
m". t p. m. mid 4 p. m. Sunday. 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7.30 . m., through solid vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Phila
delphia with o.ily ono change of cars for
Baltimore and Washington, D. C, nnd all
principal pemts south nnd west.
For Avoca, Pittston and Wilkes-Barre,
1 p. m, end I p. m. Sunday. 2 10 p m. .
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.,
7.30 a. in. and 1 n. m.
For Rending. Lebanon nnd Harrlsburg
via Allentnwn nt 7.30 a. m 1 p. in. nnd 1
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Tninaipui and Pottsvllle, 7.30 a. m.:
1 p. m. and I p. in.
For rates nnd tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BESSI.IOR. Gen. Mnnagor.
C. M. lil'RT. Gen. Pass. Agt.
SehciWIo In Effict June 10, 1012.
Tiains leave Scrnnton -i;.:Si a. m., week
davs. through Mvlilnile train from
AVIIkes-Barre. Pullman buffet parlor car
and conches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vllle; Mops ut principal intevniedlate sta
tions. Also connects lor Suribury. Iln'r
risburg, Philadelphia. Baltimore, Wash
ington and for PltNburg anil tho West.
II. it a. in., week days, for Kunliury. Har
rlsburg. Philadelphia. Baltimore. Wash
ington and Pittsburg and the West.
1.12 p. in., week d.ivs. (Sundays. 1.5' p.
m.), for Smibury. Harrlsburg, PhllnclM
uhla, Baltimore. Washington and Pitts
burg and tb" Wei
;i."i p. m . week days, thrnuch vesllbuli
trnhi from Wilkes-Barre Pullman buffet
parlor car and cnaehe.-, to Philadelphia via
pottsvllle. Slops nt principal Intermedi
ate stations. ,
?-, u. in,, week davs. tor llnxb'ton, Slim
bury. Hiirilsbiir.1, Phllnd'-lphlii and Pitts-
I,mtr' J. R, IH'Tr'HlNSOV. Gen, Mgr.
J B. WOOD. Gen P.1S-. Agt.
Delaware and Hudcon,
ii lOffe. i .lirti
Train for C.irbondnlo leave ricrantnn nt
I! II T.JI, S.30, I" Pi 11 m-i 12(15, 1.12, 2.11,
:i;.v,; 5.20. U.25. S-21, 0.15. 10.01 p. in.; 12.1S,
''Fnr'lioiiesdalo-fi.M. 10.13 a. in.; 2.11 and
r,,Fur' "vilkcs-Barre-(i..-f. 7.11, S. II. 0.17.
10 53 a. m.i l-'-"3. 1-!2. 2.IS, 3.:(, 1.33. 0.10.
7 4S 1(1.11. 11."-' P- HI-
For IV. It. R. Pollils-7.U. 0.17 n. in.
"IS. 1.35 and 11.40 p. in.
" For Pouiwlvunla R. R. Poluts-0.33
0 17 n. m.: 1-12. 3.2S nnd 1.35 p. m.
'For 'Albany and all points north 7.S3 a.
m nnd ''''' U' ni. s
For Carbondnlr-vr.0, 11.33 it. m.j 5.11,
l.ji 5..".2 and 11.17 p. 111.
For Willes-Hnirc--0.3S n. m.i 12.03. 1.5?,
2". 0 32 and 0.17 i). n.
Voi Albany and points north 5.50 p..un.
For llone.'idale-S 50 n. m ; 11.3.1 nnd ,3.iij
P'v'L. prvor. P. P. A.. Scranton, .
Erie Bailvoad Wyoming Division;
111 Effect Svpl lllbcr 15, 10)2.. ji.
Trains leave Scmutim for New York,
New burgh and intermediate points, alii
for I law lev and local station, at 7.20 a,
m. and l.i'i P- ni,
For llouesdalo nnd White CM Ills ut Ii3.
'''Trains arrive at Seiantnn at 10.3S a, -pi.
and '.'.15 p. in- V
New York, Ontario and Western;
Tlmo tabu- 111 effect Sunday, Sept. it, 10M.
111 .NORTH IKHW'L TRAINS.
Have . Leave ArcJve
No. 1 .
No. 7 .
Scranlnn. carbomtilo. rndosla.
.10.3ui.m. II. Pin. in. l.im p.'.m.
, u h) p. m.Ar.t'ai'bnndalo 0.10 p.m
SOl'TIl UUl'Nt). -oi
Leave Leave Arrive
Cado.iia. Carbondale. Seranlnri.
, ii.viu. m. 7.25U, m,
'.Fin. m. i.xin. in. 4.15 p. m.
No. (i .
No. 2 .
Sl'NUAVS ONLY, NORTH BOl'.Nl).
Leave Le.no ArrJVn
tncramoii. i-iii ooiioaiu. i -miopia.
No. U .
No. u .
. S.'Mu. ill. 9.10 ii.. n. lO.fia.l'm.
7.i) p. in.Ar.Carbondiilo 7.43 P.m
SOI'TU BOCND. 'r
l.eavo Leavo Arrive
No. ii ..
Vi id .
Cudaslu. Carbmuhilo. Scraiudh.
C..ki a. in. 7.35a.m.
1.80 p. m. li.ftip. pi. ti.l'ip. m.
liaius r.i',i. i ' i-i tuijff, itoii ; uu
Suiulays cannect for New York city, Mid.
illctoun, Walton. Norwich, Oneida, Os
wego and all point. weal.
Train No. 0, with "Quaker City Ex-
pre.is" ut Scranton, via C. R. R. of N. J.,
for Philadelphia. Atlantic City, Baltimore.
Washington nnd Pennsylvania stato
Sco tlmo-tablo and couult ticket agents
for connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDERSON. G. P. A.. Now York,
J. E. WELSH, T. P.' A., Scranton, Pa.
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