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THE SCIUNTON T1UBUNE-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU 15, 1902.
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ized and made into most
ve and lastv dishes, far more
.tSfcZT' attract i
r iw suitable
RT 9 dainty luno
heon than whole meals besides
Remnants of fish
eat DtscuU Is
served In scores pi
whcly nourishes the
all (troccrs. Send for
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Tho Natural Food Co.
N'iaoaua Falls, N.Y.
Special to tho Seraiiton Tribune.
Tounmln, Oct. 14. Tin; friends of llie
Into I.lprnleo S'hooiiover wore greatly
Bttrpi isod nfler her death hint Thtirs
ilay, when It' was discovered tlinl she
had boon mauled to K, C. folk, of
lio.-ton, Mass. Tho ceremony hud been
performed by on alderman In New
Turk city, Dec. 2!i, 1000, ami the affair
lmtl bcon kept a close secret until tli"
marriage certificate was found by the
young lady's inother.
Thu Democratic parly of this county
lias, through Comity Chuinnnn I.eahy,
offered for filing at the futility com
missioners' olllce lioiiiinatloiis for four
ofllces which are now held by two olti
eers, namely that of register and te
eorder and prothoiiotary. The plan Is
done In accordance with the provisions
of an ict of assembly, passed June 1",
3001, which qie party claims applies to
Uratlford coilnty. The commissioners
refused to accept the Hlhitf of the
papers, on the Ki'ouud that the said act
dops not apply to this county. The
mutter will now l deckled by the
court at an early date.
Itobert. i:. PaUisoli. (!.
James Xolan and others
mass meeting at Towandu
will linlil u
afternoon, Oct. -1.
St. Joseph's new Catholic church at
Athens will be dedicated next Sunday,
under the direction of Ulshop Uoban,
of Scranton. A musical programme of
unusual excellence lias been prepared
for the event, and selections will be
rendered by a double quartette from
Seranton. Jliss S. rtesina Hums, also
of that city, will take part, she -being
a noted vocalist and organist of the
Yom Kippur was observed by the
Jewish merchants ot Towandu on Fri
day evening and Saturday.
' ICiicouiaglng prospects are now being
made for bringing natural gas to
'Sayre and Athens from Gaines. It
can be secured by consumers at about
one-third the present pi lee for gas. The
supply will 1)" secured from the l-'l-mlra
The follow ing is gleaned Horn the re
port of County Superintendent I'utnam
for the year ending June I, 1!M2: Num
ber oT school houses, "All: seating cap
acity, lT.HfiS: graded schools, ITS: male
teachers employed. 111: female teach
cis employed, ;!:!; average age of
teachers, - years; academies, semin
aries and private schools, two.
The Bradford County Sunday School
association will lie held at New Al
bany, Oct. 2S and 2!.
Dr. and .Mrs. (. J. 1'vaus, of Minne
apolis, were visiting friends In Towan
da last week.
Theie were IS." teachers enrolled at
the opening day of tin- teachers' In
heavy thunder storm passed over
this vlclnltv last night.
K. K. till1, the deputy grand com
mander uf the K, t). T. Jl.. Is endeav
vviuj, to organize a tent In Towandu
Mis. t). A. I'.aldwin Is in Pitltsburg.
mtendlng ,t meet lag of the Pennsyl
vania Federation of Women's clubs.
Oeorge Hqsiry has been elected dele
gate to attend the Textile Workers'
convention at Washington next week,
An operation was performed on John,
the Utile sou of Mr. and Mrs. John
tirahaui. of Uncoln Mill, for the re
moxal of an abscess on the shoulder.
Mrs. lirndbury. sr.. has received her
commission appointing; her district
diputy of the Degree of Naomi, Mystic
l.lsle llolllster, formerly of this town,
but now of He. mi... s visiting friends
ltr-ie tills week.
Mrs. Wljllam l.alnl. Mrs. Kdward
I.alnl, Mrs. James Morton, Mrs. Charles
Waireii and Mrs. KIlKubeth McQueen
attended the Kalikln obsequies at
Seraiiton, op Mondn,.
W it. curraii, J. ,1. Mcl.aiiglilln and
A. J. llarrell attended the Tlilrd degree,
Knights of 'Columbus, at Scranton on
Mis. T. J. O'.Malley am) mother left
on Saturday for Newport News.
Dr. lieige Is slowly lecnverlng from
tho operation which he underwent on
Miss Margaret Duddy, of Plains,
epeut yesterdiiy Willi friends here,
The condition or Claire- llolllster, who
has been suffering from typhoid fever,
is much Improved.
There will be a day of meetings ut
the home of Miss Mury Hustle, North
Main street, on Thursday, Oct. 1C. Ser
vices, nt lO.ltn a, m L'.HO ami 7.::o p. in,
Kvangellst (Maienco Crlsniau, of AVulls-
Do Good It Pays.
A Chicago man has observed that.
"Onood deeds are better than real es
tate dpeda-sonie of the latter are
worthless. Act Kindly and gently,
Plum sympathy and lend a helping
hand, You cannot possibly lose by it."
Most men appreciate a kind word nnd
eiieourageiuejit more tlmn substantial
help. There are persons in this com
munity who might truthfully my. "My
good friend, cheer up. A few doses or
Chamberlain's Cough Itufuedy will rid
you of your cold, and there Is no dun.
gcr whatever from pneuiuonlu when
you use mat medicine. It alway
cures. I know it for It has helped m
out many' a time." Sold byxall drug
or even the most
making considerable sav
ins on the butcher's bill,
For Fish a la Cretiie: Two rttps ot
nny lilto lluUcil llsh (cooked), Fry
n slli'c of onion In 2 tablespoons of
Imitrr without browning Hetnoru
onion, stir in 2 tablespoons of flour,
then I cup of mill:. Stir nnd cook un
til It bubbles, nilil salt nnd pepper to
then tho llsh. Let boll up. mid little
lemniihi U'c. tnen mi into stenmeu tren
Wheat lllsuult baskets, which lmvo i
been moistened In cold milk. Unrnlsii
lemon ami pursier.
delicious as tonct nml
whole Mr. Sold
"The Vital Ones-
vllle, X. Y.! Hev. Howard Smith, re
cently returned from Soudan, Africa,
and Miss Mary Compton, of West Pitts
ton, will be present and address tho
meetings. Mis? Compton 'expects, to
sail for India on the 2Stli insl, being
sent as it missionary under the Chris
tian and Missionary Alliance board. A
cordial welcome will bo extended to
all who attend these meetings.
Special to tlin Scranton Tribune.'
New Mllford, Oct. II. The AVomnn's
Missionary society will meet at the
home or Mrs: 11. P.. Carpenter, on Wed
Itev. Charles Smith, of the Metho
dist church, Irf enjoying a llireo weeks'
Vangle Dennis, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. lOugene Dennis, is quite
Airs. Jane Harrison is conllned to her
home by Illness. Mls Tlllie Harring
ton, of Montrose, is caring for her.
Amos Kent visited friends In Mont
S. V. Trumbull was In Montrose,
Wednesday, on business.
.Miss Kva Sehlppert is visiting rela
tives In Uinghaiiiton.
Mrs. II. II. Alney has returned from
Scranton, where she has been visiting
Sir. and Sirs. J. SI. Vail are spend
ing a few days at Ararat and Harford.
.Misses Hazel, Myrtle and Kllle Kills,
of milieu, N. Y.. are visiting their
father In this place.
The following young ladles enjoyed a
potato roast at the tannerv Monday
evening: .Misses Edna Qulnn. l-ulu
Tiffany. Uuth Villi. Lizzie Hand. Slat
tie Vail, Kdna Snyder, Mabel Tlngley,
Olive C.rlnnell and Slae Talbot.
We understand that Sirs. John Hay
den, who has resided In ninghaniton
ror some time, has returned to New
Slilford to live.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Springvllle, Oct. l'l. Stang . Whit
ney have sold out their stone quarry In
Diniock, and Stang has the western
fever, and will probably depart for the
"wild and woolly" as soon as he can
Sirs, lieorge Stevens, who has been so
very sick with typhoid t'Qver, but was
getting better, has had a relapse, and
grave fears are entertained for her re
covery. Silo tilling is done in tills vicinity, and
now the gangs some of them are
T. W. Strickland lias just run out a
dandy "little red wagon," which he will
run behind his chestnut trotter.
Sirs. .Mary Ciavltt has lately returned
from visiting her sou, Kdward, who
lives near New York city.
Dr, II. 15. Lathi-op and wife, Oeorge
SI. Lake and wife. Fannie Avery, and
perhaps one or two others, ore arrang
ing to visit Washington, D. ('., the lat
ter part of the present week.
Sirs. Lucy Wakeleo is contemplating
a visit to her daughter. Sirs. Slollle
lirunduge, of Syracuse, N. Y., where
she will probably spend the winter.
John Coakley has moved from his
place in Dlmoek to the farm lately
owned by his sister, Sirs, Rozelle.
10. IX. Lake, district deputy grand
master, went over to Hush, Saturday
night, to Instill the olllc-ers of the lodge
there, but us only two members were
present, nothing was done, In. tho
darkness of the home trip, lie had the
misfortune to break both buggy shafts,
Six weeks ago there were plenty of
grey squirrels here. Now that it Is
nearly legal time to kill them, there are
none to kill, because the law-abiding
citizens have bagged the whole lot.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Pltlston, Oct. 11, Uelatlvos of Thom
as Soudan, of West Plttston, lire great
ly concerned over his mysterious dls
npeparancp, Karly last weplt he went
to visit Ills brother, who runs a farm
near White Oalc Pond, about four miles
front Forest City, The lust seen of him
he was outside his brother's homo,
chopping wood, No trace of him can
be found, and it Is feared ho may
have fallen into tho pond and been
drowned. Soudan hud been slightly
demented since a recent nttnrl of ty
A big crowd of Serantou and Avoca
sports attended a bulldog light at ciis
ham's hall, Hrnwntown, last night, be
tween Scranton and Avoeu dogs, The
light was a lleree one and lasted nbout
two and n half hours, at the end of
which time tho Serantou dog had al
most chewed Urn fore-feet off his op
ponent, nnd was awarded tho light.
The battle was for tho gate receipts,
Hundreds of dollars were wagered on
Special to the Seraiiton Tribune,
Tunkliannock, Oct. II. The. SInmlay
club met nt the liuiuu of Jits, W. L'rneat
Little, on Warren street, Jlonduy after
noon at '.' o'clock.
Sirs, l-'llzahcth Heed Is at Lopez till
Week, whet e bhe is caring for her slster
In.law. Sirs. Jacob DoWItt, who In III
with typhoid fever.
Sllss Josephine liuyie, who Is employed
In thu International Correspondence
school, at Scranton. spent Sunday with
her parents. Sir. and Mrs. Patrick iinyrv,
on Pluu Hired.
Sllss llesble Vaughn, who has been con
fined to tho house by Illness, Is con.
Sirs. Nealls Harding, who has been the
guest of Mr, and Mis. Dexter Stark at
their, hoiue on Wyoming avenue, returned
k -i Tf
to her homo lit New York city llie I'fctlnr
part of last week.
Mrs. llcorgo Khmer, of Stohnopnn.v, Vis
lied Iter parents at this pluco on Satur
day, Kx-Hheilrt Alieru II, Oreftory, ot Slo
idioppeu. was a business tiiah In town
I'otut convened on Sloud.ty afternoon
with Judge I-!. St, Dunham ami Asoclato
Jlulges. Harvey It. Hlckler and Frank M.
Vaughn on Hie bench.
Bppclnl to Ihn Serantou Tribune.
Forest City. Oct, II. Prpshllng 1-ililor
Warner rolidncl'ed services In the Meth
odist church on Sunday and administered
holy communion In the evening. Fvcit
gpllst A. J. Dolboli preached.
itnv. J. L. Williams, u former pastor df
the Uaptlst chuieli, now In Susquehanna,
proposes that popular meetings be held
hi pitch tlty and town to esprcss their
views on the coal strike, lie has called
ror a meeting of the editors anil clergy
in Susquehanna to arraime one.
Tho family or Oeneral Siipptluteiideiit
Peterson will this week take up their
residence hi Scranton. The community
will greatly regret to lose them and their
removal will be keenly felt In the Pres
byterian church, where the family have
been earnest woi Iters.
Hugh Johnson Is out again after a se
Sllss Laura Davis, or Scranton, Is the
guest or Sirs. A. D. Kelireu.
O, W, Hughes, or Cnrbondale, was a
Forest City visitor this week.
Sllss Uitelit llrown was pleasantly sur
prised Slomlay evening on her return
from Washington, D. ('., by her teacher
and classmates, with a few young
frlptids, at her home on Jflll street. The
evening -was spent with the usual social
diversions, among which were piano
solos by Sllss Lizzie Knlh, Sllsi Uiiela
llrown, Sllss Slay Hornbaker and Sirs.
Garfield Hrown, and vocal solos by Sllss
Alary De Pew, nfter which dnlnty ip
freshmcnlH were served. Among those
lireent were: Sllsses Alny Hornbaker,
Lizzie Kolb. Pearl Prentice, Slyrlle
Vciiux, Lena Dixon, Ida Travis, Slary Do
Pen, Cora Wehr, Nelllo Shoemnker,
Kathryn Hrown, Kllza Roberts and Sirs.
Garfield Brown, Prof. W. K. llrown,
Garfield Brown, Fred DePeu, Lloyd
Travis, Hay Hinds, Hoy Stookey, Nell
Prentice, Thomas Itoherts, James Shaw,
John Van Ilrunl, Joe Van Hriint and
Air. and Sirs. Rogers, of SIIII City, are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Wilson.
Sir. and Sirs. Smith and Frank Cam
eron, ol- New York, were visitors here
Sir. and Sirs. John Honey, or Scranton,
called on relatives ami friends here Slon
dtty. Miss Helen Clollse, of Honesdale, spent
Sunday with her parents, Sir. and Sirs.
H. C. Clouse.
Sirs. J. lines Katun has returned, from a
visit with relatives at Seiainton.
H. S. Jones, of Olypliant, was a caller
In town Slomlay.
Sirs. William Van Doren is attending
the .Musical alliance a'. Factoryvllle.
lion. P.' A. Phllbln Is nt Harrlslung.
Sirs. K. A. Jones was a caller In Cnr
Aliss Kdna Klecs of Scranton, visited
relatives in town yesterday.
Sirs. Irvin Vail and dnugliler, lsadore,
of Carboadale, are visiting relatives in
Sllss Grace Humphrey, of Carbnudale,
spent yesterday with relatives In town.
C. F. Gannon, of Olypliant. was a bus
iness caller in town yesterday.
The f mineral of the late Thomas O'lloro
took place from the home on Salem
street yesterday morning. At HI o'clock
the renin Ins were taken to St. Thomas'
church where a high mass was sung by
Rev. T. .1. Comerford. The Improved Or
der of Heptasophs. to which the deceased
belonged, attended the funeral In a body,
'fhe funeral was largely attended.
"King Dodo" Tonight.
Tonight at the Lyceum "King Dodo"
will be clowned king of Spoopjulam!
and he Is a monarch worthy to reign
over his chosen people. Ills mirth is
unctions, bis songs and dances a reve
lation to his admirers and when tile
ohanges from old ago to youth, and youth
to old age, there Is always the same
happy strain in Ids humor which char
acterizes ids whole being. "King Dodo"
Is a monarch to be envied, as he Is sur
i minded by a throng of pretty subjects
that would do justice to the Goddess of
Frank Pixley and Gustav Ltulers' com
edy opeia "King Dodo" is In three acts
and two scenes. The llrst shows the ex
terior of the King's palaeo In Dodoland,
and the second is the gardens fronting
Queen Lill's palace in Spoopjulnnd.
"King Dodo" will be repeated at a spe
cial nmtlneo tomorrow afternoon and
again tomorrow night.
Street ears will be in waiting on all city
lines and for all suburban points at thu
conclusion of tho opera "King Dodo" to
night. Patrons of the opera are requested to
be In their seats by S p. m as the cur
tain will go up soon after that hour.
The orcrestra tonight will consist of
twenty picked musicians, ten of whom
travel with the opera,
"A Fight for Millions."
Malcolm Douglas' greatest success, "A
Fight for Millions," will ho seen for the
llrst time In this city at the Academy for
three nights commencing Thursday Tho
play Is new, and since Us llrst perform.
unco In New York live weeks ago It has
drawn crowded houses, In Philadelphia
people, were turned away at every per.
FOR THF3 L1TTL13 ONKS, Cut out tho pictures appearing on this page each
day, draw a pencil murk around tho hidden object, save them until Saturday,
then send them or take them to The Tribune office hi an envelope, addressed to
"Puzzle Department," I-3ncloso In the envelope your nanio, ngo and address. The
boys nnd girls who correctly mark the six pictures nppearlng during tho week,
and whoso answers nro first received, will havo their names published In Tho
Tribune Monday morning.
The Kins finding the blackbirds In
IF YOU HAVE WIN YOUR DUCK
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 Infnlllbto
sign of kidney disease ; a surer sign is
the condition of your urine. If you have
b pain incite back, then look to the con
dition of your urine. It is easily done.
Take tt k'sh or tumbler nml fill It with
urine ; after it has stoott !M hours, if it
fans tt sediment, if it Is milky or cloudy,
if it Is palo or discolored, stringy or ropy,
your kidneys ttntl bladder are in a dntt
, gerotts condition nnd need immediate at
tention, or the consequences may prova
fntnl. Dr. David Kennedy's I'nvorite
Remedy is the one medicine that really
cures all diseases of the kidneys, liver,
bladder and blood, rheumatism, dyspep
gia nnd chronic constipation, and it will
take you but o short trial to convince
yourself of its wonderful curative power.
O. F. Sninniefof No. -10!) TloRti street,
Syracuse, N. V., in a recent letter says:
" I was afflicted for years with
severe pains in my back and kid
neys. 1 tneci many uocuns uuu
many medicines, hut ot no relief.
I bought n bottle of Dr. David Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy and it has
entirely cured me."
It is for sale by alt druggists in the
Now BO Oont Slzo and the regular
$1.00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sam f If bottlf-enetiffli for trial, fret by mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y.
Ilr. l)iU Krnnrdr's Chirrr llnlmm best for
Colils, Coughs, t'oniumptlon. Kic, 00c, $1.00.
forma nee, nnd the marvelous, scenic ef
fects have been the talk of theater-goers
la that city and the metropilis. So great
Is "A Fight for .Millions' " success that
arrangements have been made by which
it will be seen again in New Voile Tor an
extended engagement, and it will soon bo
presented in Knglaud.
Its notable feu tares embrace the wlro-
1...... t..ln.il,.i ,ii, ntul uiilimn ,'ll.n Itnsil. 1 lot 1 L
rnf which have never been seen on the
stage until now. In the company are
twenty well known artists, and two sixty
foot baggage cars are required for all
the niagnlllcent electrical, mechanical and
scenic effects. .Matinees Friday and Sat
urday. Mme. Sembrich at Armory.
The Interest In the song recital by
SIme. Sembrich at the ntmory on October
l Increases each day and that It will
prove a great success Is now fully as
sured, Tho sale or seats is unusually
large for an advance sale ami those wiio
pVanfc choice seats should call early.
Slme.eScmlirlch arrived from Kmopo yes
terday fresh from her triumphs abroad,
where she Is even a greater favorite than
i.r,,.,. ii. ilt.d, v.x.lt.ilu xvl1l lif. clven here.
She will reach Scranton on Monday next.
and during tier stay sne win visit me in
ternational Correspondence schools and
other .points of Interest.
Wllkos-Harre, Caibondale and other
outside towns are Interested and ninny
will bo present from points along the
different railroads. Arrangements have
been made with the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western to have trains stop at
all points east and west alter the concert
and a special train will be run to accom
modate those coming from Wilkes-llarre,
Kingston. Plttston, etc.
The appearance of Arnold Lolnnann,
violinist, with SIme. Sembrich, is received
with much favor by bis many friends who
will give him a lilting reception upon
tills, his llrst appearance after three
yeius" absence abroad.
Two large audiences greeted "The
White Slave" at the Academy yesterday.
It Is one of the strongest attractions
which lias been presented at tho Academy
tills season. It will have its final presen
tation tills afternoon and evening.
Lovers of coon songs find much to
please in tho performance of Paulino
AInrnn and her Pickaninnies at tho Dixie
theater this week. Sllss Slornn's portray
al of the woes oC "Hill Ualley" is one of
the best of any of the renditions of tho
SEA LED JOPO&AL
SUALKD PROPOSALS will be opened in
tho office of tho City Recorder by the
Director or the Department of Public
Works, at :! o'clock p. m on Monday,
October Si. 1901'. for thu construction of a
lateral sewer in Sterldl.iu street, from
tho Third district main sewer to the alloy
leading across the Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western railroad lit the Fifth ward.
All In accordau-e with tho plans and
specifications on file In tho Ilureau of Kn
glncerlng. lCach bidder shall enclose with
his proposal, cash or certified check iu the
sum of one hundred ($100.00) dollars as a
guarantee to execute u continct If award
ed the same, In case the bidder to whom
the contract shall lmvo been awarded re
fuses or omits to execute u contract for
the work la acordance with plans and
specifications therefore within ten (10.)
days from the date of the award, the en
closulo accompanying ills proposal shall
be forfeited to thu uo of tho City or
Didders will be furnished with proposal
blanks ut tho Uureiiu of ICnglneerlng and
no others will be accepted.
All proposals shall bo filed with tho City
Controllir ut his office in the City Hall,
Scranton, Pa., not later than 2.3a o'clock
p. m., on Simula;., October 110. JIM.'.
The city reserves the right to reject tiny
or nil bids.
JOHN 1-3. HOC II 1-3. Dhector,
Department of Public Works.
Scranton, Pa., October 10, iWi.
the pie. Where are the two cooks?
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Only Half a Cent a Won!.
FOR HUNT Five looms on ono Hour. Id
S. Hromley tivelllic.
HOITHK FOR RI3NT, W .Monroe, looms,
FOR RI-3NT Furnished house; ten rooms;
steam heated; centrally located, :M
Sladlson avenue. .
$IS For Kent Ten-room house: pxcellent
neighborhood; all modem Improve
mpiiis. on uventie. Apply to H. P. Ham
lllon, 420 Spruce street.
FOR RKNT-New house, .corner Linden
and Colrax; all conveniences. Inquire
S0.1 SItirlon street.
FOR SALK-llluck walnut bank fixtures,
can bo seen In building now occupied
by Merchants' and Mechanics' bank. Ap
ply, Kstutu of John Jerniyn, deceased,
llu Wyoming avenue.
CL'LSt PILI-3 for sale; large and of good
quality, ut Hurtnii breaker, Carbon
dale. Pa. Inquire or W. (3. Scurry, tar
FOR SALK-Fiuo diamond ring '.i carat,
$; one carat ring, .Vs; I'd carat ring. Wi
116 carat ring, ?'J,v. 1 carat ring, fioo: 1!
carat ring, l,7l. Address N., P. O. Hox 0.1.
FOR SALl-3-One hot air furnaee. three
mantels, Charles D Sanderson, i.,0
Wyoming avenue, Serantou.
Jl'ST AHIHVKD Willi a carload ot
horses, weight 1,100 to 1.300: good work
ers and drivers: also several closely
matched teams. Can be seen at "11 Ray
mond court. F. SI. Cobb.
FOIt SALK-Ono hot air furnace, three
mantels, gas chandeliers. Charles D.
Sanderson, ISO Wyoming avenue, Scran
FOR SALIS3 About 20 feet or desk coun
ter, surmounted with glass rront nnd
two openings, lower portion nicely pan
elled, with drawers and nhelvcs under
neath. Slay be seen at the 'BAIcc ot Tho
For Sale or Kent.
FOR SALK OH RKNT-The 8-story brick
building, with boiler house attached,
anil long row of sheds for horses, wag
ons, etc.: also railroad switch suitable for
manufacturing purposes: lately occupied
by the Clock Tobacco Co. B. SI. Wlnton,
Room No. 303, Slears Building.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
TWO FRONT rooms, choice location, lino
view; well lighted and ventilated;
steam heat; bath, gas. 019 Spruce street.
FOR RF.NT Three newly furnished
front rooms, heat, gas and bath,
nno block, Washington avenue. Address
X., Tribune office.
pin. Finder will bo re
lcavlng same at Tribune
LOST A ladies' gold watch, open face,
14k, initials on outside of case, A. L. G.
Walt limn movement. Finder will be suit
nblv rewarded by returning same to SI.
J. Gcrritv, 17.10 AVayne avenue.
LOST A purse containing sum of money
between AYest Ulm street and Acad
emy street Sunday evening. Please re
turn to J. .1. Davles' drug store, South
TIIK MODEL LAUNDRY, Dunmoro,
launders shirts at Sc. each and collars
and cuffs at lc. each.
TIIK SOl'TH S1DK RANK A special
meeting of tho stockholders of the
South Side Hank will bo held ut the bank
ing house on Monthly, November 21th,
100L', between the hours of 'A and 1 o'clock
p. m to tako action on approval or dis
approval of tho proposed increase of the
capital stock of the bank from $30,000 to
FRANK Hl'StSILER, Secretary.
CLERK'S NOTICE IN RANKRCPTCA .
In tho District Court of tho L'nlted
States for the Sllddle District of Penn
sylvania, Isabella Cohen, trading us
Serantou AVIne and Liquor Co., ol- Scran
ton, Lackawanna county, Pennsylvania,
a bankrupt under tho Act of Congress or
Julv 1. 1M)S, having applied for a full dis
charge from all debts provablo against
Ills estate under said Act, notlco Is here
by given to all known creditors and other
persons In Interest, to appear before the
said Court at Scranton, In said District,
on tho I'.d day of November, ion:', at 10
o'clock la the forenoon, to show cause
If anv they have, why the prayer ot
the said petitioner should not be granted.
EDWARD It. W. SF.AHLE, Clerk.
NOTICE is hereby given that an applica
tion will bo made to the governor of
Pennsylvania on November 10 l!Ktt. by
H. Slunvllle. C. S. Weston and h. L. I; id
ler, under tho act of assembly, entitled
"An Act to provide tor tho incorporation
nnd legulatlnn or certain corporations,
approved April 20, 18T4, anil tho .supple
ments thereto, for tho charter ol an In
tended corpoiatlon to bo called tho'Cur
bondalo Light, Heat and Power Company,
the character and object of which Is sup
plying light, heat and power by means of
electricity to the public In the city ot
Carbondule, nnd to persons, partnerships
nnd corporations residing therein and ad
jacent thereto, ns miiy desire tho same,
ami for those purposes to have, possess
and enjoy all the rights, benefits and
privileges of said Act or Assembly mid
supplements thereto. ,. ,
WELLES & TORRI-3Y. Solicitors.
s& ' DESIRABLE .
LOTS CASH OR EASYTERMS
V NEAR THE MAMMOTH
LOIIli 111 RANI
AND TWO DCAU1IFUL PARKS.
NV2 Erlo Co, Bank Bldg,,
V U BM.Y. fX
The Lackawanna Steel Company Is creeling a $40,
000,000 steel plant In the suburbs of Buffalo. If will em
ploy 15,000 men. These will nee.d names. We offer eligible
lots across the main street from, this mammoth plant at low
prices and easy terms. They are sure to double and triple
In value In the near future. A good place to Invest a little
'-money. F., L. HITCHCOCK & SON,. .
Fire Insurance and Real Estate, Commonwealth Building.
Accepted 'for Loss
Than 10 Cents.
Branch WANT Offloaa.
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Received at Any of the Follow
ing; Drue Stores Until 10 V. M.
ALI1ERT SCHl'LTZ, corner Mul
berry street and Webster ave.
OTSTAV PICI1EL, tViU Adams
GEO. W. JENKINS, 101 South
FRED L. T13HPPE
GEO. AV. DAVIS, corner North
Main nvcnuo una
Green Ridge , ,
CHARLES P. JONES. 13" !
son avenue. Ti,t..n
F. J. JOHNS, 020 Greet! T.huo
C. LOItlCN.. corner Washington
iivcutio and Mnrlon street.
W. II. KNEPFKL, 1017 Irving
J. G. HONE & SON.
. .....'.... . ....... .-. 'r,,i,i,- Wll-
V..N I VilJ lonng mini ' ',",,. . ;
man to do office work and make them
selves generally userul. A knowledge ot
lire Insurance Is desirable, and ir poss bio
applicant should live at home. Aildtess
with references, II. It. H.. Tribune office,
AVANTED-Agents to sell tea and cof
fee to consumers, rosmorm -...
nent. Grand Union Tea Co,
Help Wanted Male.
An experienced Shoo Sales
man. MYEK BAVIDOW,
307 Lackawanna Ave. H
WANTED Young man for office work:
state age, experience. Collier, cure ot
Help Wanted Female.
AVANTED Dressmaker lor a few days to
work at house on girls dresses. Call
010 Madison avenue, any time after 3 p. m.
AVANTED Experienced lady shoe clerk.
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
facturers necessary. Permanent. Bond.
State ago, experience, references first let
ter. Address, Suite 372, No. 1001 Chestnut
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO I.OAN
Qulck, sti night loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to C per cent. Call on
N. V. Walker. 31 1-313 Council building.
PROF ESS ZONAL.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING, C. P. A., 2a
Traders' Bank Building. Old 'phone 1S0I.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B.,
Real Estate Exchange Bldg., 120 Wash
ington avenue. .
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, 813 CONN'ELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT,
DR. C. E. EILENBERGEIt. PAL' LI
building. Spruce street. Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACII. 113 WYOSI INcfa'vo
SCI1 LAGER & CO.. n Council Building.
PAT E NTS i,Ki,,,ecaYi,Arc!OR
Thu only licensed nnd equipped intent
solicitor in t lie city. No charge for in
formation on patentability; uvet ten
Rcplog-lc &- Co.. Alcars HUljr.
Hotels and Restaurants,
'.HIE ELK CAFE. 123 ANiriirFRANIc".
llu avenue. Rules reasonable.
P. X.IEGLEIt, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR ) I"v!
Passenger depot. Conducted on the Ru
rnpenn plan. A'lelor Koch, Propilctor.
. B. BRIGGS CLEANS PItlVV VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor; only liupioveil
pumps used. A, B. Ilrlggs, proprietor.
Lcnvo orders lloo Noith Main avemiu.
or Elcko's drug store, corner Adams and
Mulberry. Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR 3D LACKA.
ave., Set aiiton, mfrs ol Wire Screens
SIEGARGEE RltOS., PUINTEHS' sup
plies, envelopes, paper bass, twluu.
Warehouse, 130 Washington avenue.
THli"wTT.KlisTiT,lTHE "it ECO) Ml TA N
bo bad in Scranton nt the news stand
df Iteismaii Bros., mi Sprtit'o and 3iil
Linden; SI. Norton. ;!22 Lackawanna
ave.; 1. S. Schutzor. 211 Spruce street.
mm HMW RMIE
, Only Half a Cent a WorJ.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. AVtllo for our special mar
kot letter. Frco on application. 8. M.
Hlbhntd Sr Co., members N, Y. Consoli
dated nml Stock Mclmngo, 41 nnd 41
Broadway, Now York. Established ISM.
Long Dlslanco 'Phone 2SR.S Broad.
SITUATIONWANTTD-By n middle aged
lady, wishes u position as u house
keeper In a small family. Call los Mnrlon
WANTED Office work by young man 21
years old, sober, Industrious; good ref
erence. Address R Tribune otllce.
WANTED Washing, Ironing nnd- lioiiso
. cleaning Address IIS Willow street,
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Klfect June I, 1102.
'Jrtilns leave Scranton ror New York
At l.'.o. :',.20, 0.H3. 7.30 and lo.lo it. in.: 12.11.
...Id. ;t.U3 p. in. For Now York and Phila
delphia 7.30. to.io a. m., and 12.10 nnd :;.:W
V; 'JL1'. l'01' Gouldslioro -At 0.10 it, in. For
llurfulu-1.13. (1.22 and fi.no ,,. in.; .&", 0.30
and U.io p. i,.. .'0r lUnghninton, Kltnlru
and way el.t lions- 10.23 u. in.. 1.03 p. in.
I; or Oswego. Syrucuse and Utfcit l.lii and
I. .2 a. in.; 1.33 p. ni. Oswego, SyraciiMi
and I Ilea tivtln at 022 a. in dally, nxcepr.
Sunday. rr siontrnse-tlou u. m; 1.01
tun Mi..') p. m. Nl holson accommodation
1. 00 and lit,-, p. in.
Illoomsliiifg Division For Northumber
land, at iia.". and in. in a. m.: 1.31 and 0 10
p. in. l-or Plymouth, nt S.10 a. nt.; 'J. I)
and a 3 p mi.
. Sunday Tr.i'.ns-Fnr New Ymk. 1.30, H-20,
V, ''., ",' a. in.; :'.. 10 and ;!.;i", p. m. For
Iliiiralo 1,13 nnd 0 22 n. ni.: 133. 0.30 nnd
1110 i). in. j.,r. Ehiilia nnd way stations -in..'.,
a. ut. i.'oi- Rhichnnitnn and witv sta
tions, on.) n m. Bloomsburg Division -Leave
Seraiiton, 10.10 i. m. and rt.1i p. m.
Xehlgh Valley Railroad.
in Effecl June 13, IW2.
T.itlus Leave Scranton
lor Philadelphia mid Now Ynilc via D.
& II. It. It., at at 7 II, through Parlor Car
nnd Day Co teh Caibondale to Now York
and n.47 it. m.. with L. A'. Coach Carbon
dale to Philadelphia, and 2.1S, l.i". (Black
Diamond Expressl. and 11.10 p. in. Sun
days, D. , j i. n. R 1.3S. 0.17 p. m.
For Whit? Haven, llnsdeton and princi
pal points In the coal regions, via D. .V:
II. R. It., 7 11. 2.IS and t.:'.3 p. in. For
Pottsvlllc, 7.41 a. in.
For Bethlehem, Eastnn. Heading, liar
rlsbiirg and principal Intermediate sta
tions, via D. a II. R. H.. 7.41, 0.17 a m ;
2.18, 4 ill (Black Diamond Express). I1.4D p.
in. Sundays, D. fc II. P.. R., 0.3S a. m.;
1..3S. 0.17 p. in.
For Ttmkhannopk, Towandn. Klmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Interniedlnt-i
stutinns via D., L. .t W. R. R.. 0.33 a. m.
and 1.53 p. m.
For Geneva. Rochester. Buffalo. Niag
ara Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. & II. R. R 12.0! p. in.: ,1.23 (Black
Diamond Express). 10.11. 11. to p. m. Sun
days. D. & II. R. H 12.0:!. 0.17 p. 111.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Vnlley Parlor cars on all trains botwesu
AVIIkcs-Barre and New York. Philadel
phia, BiiiTulo and Suspension Blidge.
ROLLIN II. WILnt'R. Gen. Supt., ".S
Cortland street, New York.
CHARLES S. LEI-3. Gen. Pass. Agt., 2i
Cnrtlnnil street, New A'ork.
A. W. NONEMACUER, Dlv. Pass. Agt..
South Bethlehem. Pa.
For tickets and Pullman vcaervatloni
apply to city ticket office, GO Publlo
Square, AATIkcs-Barre, Ta.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Corrected to September Hi, 1002.
Stations In Now York, foot Lloerty
stieet and South Ferry, N. R.
Trains leavo Scranton for New York,
Philadelphia, Enston, Bethlehem, Allen
town, Maurh Chunk, AVhito .Haven. Ash
ley, AVllkes-Barro and nttston at 7.::0 a.
Di., 1 p. m and I p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. in.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7."0 a. in., through solid vestlbftle train
with Pullman Bufl'et Parlor Oar for Phila
delphia with o.ily ono phiingo or cars Tnr
Baltimore and Washington, D. C. and nil
principal points south and west.
For Avoca, Pittston and Wilkcs-Barre.'
1 p. m. and I p. m. Sunday, 2 10 p m.
For Long Branch. Oceuii Grove, etc.,
7.!'.0 a. m. and 1 11. m.
For Reading. Lebanon and llnrrlsburg
via Allentnwn at 7..!0 a. in., 1 p. in. and I
I), m. Sunday, 2.10 p. in.
For Tnmiiquii and Pnttsvllle, 7..'!0 a. m ;
1 i. in. hnil I p. in.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. C, BESSLER. Gen Malinger.
C. 7)1. BURT. Gen. Pass. Agt.-
Schedule In Klfect Jlinu hi, I0J2.
Tinlns leave Scrniilon O.RS a. in., wee':
dtivs, through vestibule train Iron
AVilkes-Barro, Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vllle; stops at principal Intermediate tdn
tlnns. Also connects for Sunbuiy. Hnr
ilsburg. Philadelphia. Ilaltpiioie. Wash
ingtou and for Pittsburg and the West.
0 47 ,i in., week davs. for Snnbiiry. Ilin--rls'bmg,
Philadelphia. Baltimore, Was'i
iiigloti and Plttslune and the West
1 1 p. in., week days, (Sundays. I .' i.
m.i. for Suiibury. Iliiirlshmg, Piillnd'l
l,l,l:i . Baltimore. Washington and Pitts-liin-tr
anil the West
4 li -....week days, tlirnngli vestlbn'i
tiuTn from Wllkes-Barre piiilm.iii lmff-t
pallor car and coaches to Philadelphia i i
Pnttsvllle. Stops at pilnclpul Inlermodl-
"' j ':;" p m ."week tins, for llazlolon, Sun-liui-y.
llturlslniig. Philadelphia and PlHc
l""S' .1 li. IIUTCIUNSOV. Gen. .Mgr
.1. B. AVOOD. (ie'n. Pas-. Agt
Delaware and Hudson.
Ill Etfeel .lime ID. ttl'i.'
Trains tor Carliondale leave Scrantnii nt
nil 7;iii s::ii, lot:! ,t. in.: 12 03, 1.12. 2.1 1,
k', :'.'$. 0 23, v-'i, 0.13. toot p. m.: l.'.n,
l'Fnr'lione.sditlt-ii.ll. 10 pin. m.i 2.11 nnd
r' For' Wilkes-linrre-ii .is. 7.11. S. II. !U7.
10.3.1 a. Ill.i KM. 112. 2.ts, ;i.2f, I.:i3, (110.
7 is in II. 11.4!' P- "'
Fin' i. . V K li. Polnis-i.ll. P.17 a. 111.
"is t :;. mil 11.11' i- in.
"For Pennsvlvaulii It. It. Pnlnts-U.31
9 17 a. m : i !'-' :' :fi ""', lF' !' '" , ...
For Alluiuv and all points north i.ijij a.
"' "nl1 ""'SUNDAY TRAINS.
For C.irbotiilal-- s.'.o. 11. l a. m.; ,?.'H.
:i:,ii. r,.32 nnd 11.17 p- in. . ?
I'm- Wllkes-Harie -!t.;'.S a. tu ; 12.0-). 'A..H,
:i.2S, 0 32 nnd 0 17 l. in. , '.'.., -
For Allmnv and points nnrlli-.,..,', ivm
I'or Iliinesid.iilc.-S30 a. nt.; 1-;j anilUj-O
PWL. PRVOIt. D P A.. Scriuit,on.-ir,i.
"ideT Railroad Wyoming Division.
In Etfi'Ct Septviuber 13, Wi. r"
Trains leuv Serantou ler New A'oik,
Newbutgh and liileiinedlale points, also
for lluwley nnd local btallons at 7.2,0". i.
"Y,or1'llonesd.!io'aiid AVIilto .Mills nttl
'''Trains at rive ut Scranton ut 10.115 n;jjn.
nnd 013 ti. in , ',
New York, Ontario and WesternT
Tlinu tabid in elleet Sunday, Sept. SI, JJO.',
NORTH BOUND TRAINS. i-
l.eavn Leave Arrrvn
No. 1 ..
No. 7 ...
Sci'iinton Cm lioiiilule. CadoSla.
.Ki.itna. tu- 11. 10 a. m. l.OMrOn.
, n.liiii. m.Ar.Carbondalo 0 Iii4.ei
SOUTH BOUND. S,'
Leave . Leave . ArV4
Cadosla Oiirbondalo. Scrantau.
il3i)u. in. 7.23iii,in,
Kn ' 2.1"i p. Ill 4.IKIp-m. 1. 1 , PXI11
SUNDAYS ONLY. NORTH nOCND.
,pa.o 1mo 'AArriw
2.131). Ill 4.0li- m. 1.13 pjfm,
I ft H..1 , ".till, ' J,.p4,.a
Nq. a .
No 3 ..
Scr.iiiion. t'ariioiutaie. caqoua,
, SJiOn. in. Mtla.jii, 10.4111111,
. 7 ill) p. in Ar.Ciiiioidalu7.Vfcm
SOl'TH HOUND. !
Leave Leavo aAitIVo
Cadnsla. Carlioudule. Scranton.
ti.&)a. in, 7,23a?nn.
!.:',0 n. ni. lion n. tu. ii 1", n:'m.
,..st.i- .-"lv. t...'.
Tin I ns.
No ti .
Trains Nos. I on week days, and cm
Sundays cannect for New York city. Slid,
dlutowii, Wullnn. Norwich. Oneld.i. Os
wego nnd all polnu west. ' r
Truth No. . with "Quaker City Ex
press'' at Scratiyai. via c R. R. of N,".L.
for Philadelphia. Atlantic City. B;iltlmorc.
Washington aliiP- Vonnsylviuilu stiita
' So ttniCitablo.uiul cpnsult tlckoticehta
for connectloriiiw.lthoth'rllnfs-'' K
J, C. ANDERSON.'O.'P. A..Nciw York.
J. E. WELSH. T. P. A Sciunton, Pu:-