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THE SCKAOTON TlUBtNE-SATlUlDAY, OCTOBER IS,
To the Voters
of Lackawanna County:
l SHl""TV'j&' 2"HDBH& '
WILLIAM FRANZ comes before you this time as a tried and
trusted servant of the people, not as an experiment or the ex
ponent of a theory. With pride he can point to his past record. From every
side comes loud praise of the part he has played In the work of abolish
ing offensive abuses and the work of beautifying and Improving the prop
erty under the control of the county commissioners.
The Scranton Tribune, In a review of the work of the commis
"It Is not ovoiy county which can piescnt such m showing In
thr management ol Its nuances us run Lackawanna this your: but
thou it In not every county which can boost ol" commissioners who
not only venture to flit the ruli of tnsittlmi sipiiircly In Imlf, Imt
who actually follow that ur h.v showing n clean reduction of out
standing indebtedness troni y.l,".,noi) in MlWiin. or well nigh i.d per
leni. Tho only possible Inference from such mi exhibit Is thut
Commissioners l'l-imss, Fluniighau mill llalslciul, instead of indulg
ing In louil tulk. have lii'i-ii ipiletly sawing wooil, .inl liom whut
1 havo seen nf tln-ii- methods, llils is precisely tin- mill; In lliu
eooounut. They are business moil Hint mill poll tie-tn iih ufu-rwaril.
And tin.' uiitL-uiiio of tlnli- labors would seem l i-llnrli the ooutcli
tlon thut this Is tht.- order which taxpayers most nci-d."
The Elmira Telegram said :
"When Ah-, Fraiii took up tin' fi'lns us county coniinls.-IoiiL'r,
instead of no Increase In r.iti- of luxation thi-rc- wns u pronounced
decioase, iiiilll Luoiaiwannu county tnndi- the lowest levy In tho
state for u county of lis size. Muikeil Improvements wolf made;
the lines! court house hi the stale was finished: the host, jit II In thu
statu was erected; new and elegant bridges wore linllt; and toll
gates nhollshod. Tlie IWl uf Improvcinolits is too loin; for enu
meration, lint Hie fact lemnins that In the luce of all those Im
provements the coil of the department was out neatly In half by
the jealous slewaidsblp of William l-i-uns and his associates."
Are Yoii fop flonesf Government?
fire Yoti for Practical ImprovenRenf?
If so, cast your vote for
The Honest Candidate of the People
OF MUSICAL ALLIANCE
Interesting' Sessions at Factoryville.
Concert at Methodist Episcopal
Church Last Evening'.
Special to the Scianton Tribune.
Fnetoryville. Pa., Oct. IS.-Tlie seven
teenth annual meeting of the l.aoka
wanua and Wyoming -Musical alliance
cjoscd ;i most successful week with
the usual grand concert Inst nlghl, at
the M. 14, c-hiircli hi this place. An
uiiusiially large olnss greeted Prof. John
T. Watkins, wIki oouductcd the ulliunce
this year, at the opening session on
.Mondu eveiiiriKT The class ilicrea.-ed
each day until It numbered about ST,
members who have umde very rapid
progress under the etlicicnt instruction
of Prof Walking His manner ,,r con
ducting an alii. nice nl once interests
and tin elioius and the inombers readily
grasp the music inn before them,
under his methods of leaching.
-Miss .Miirlha Matthews, the soprano
was heaul in the choius work, und at
last night's concert, she delighted the
Hiidleiico with her woll-tralticd voice
of great llexibllit.x and power. The
feature of Thursday evening's conceit
was the appearance of Hie well know
Schubert iiuartelle of Scranton, com
posed of Thomas Alliums, (list tenor;
Daniel .tones, second tenor; ,, t, Wat
kins, llrst bass, and John W. Jones
jcond bass. iiuy responded to several
encores. The chorus work in Thurs
day's eoiieetl was above the average
chorus work, bul was still better In
last night's concert. .Miss Mary Nlland
was also heard to good advantage In
soo und chorus work, Thursday even
ing. She has a well trained olee of
much sweetness and power. Ml.-.s
NUaud, .Mr. Alliums, .Mr. Dean Jones
and Ale. J, W, Jones, all responded to
Following Is Thursday night's pro
gramme: Chorus, "Unll Blight Abode."
(u) liass Solo and Chorus, "Crowned
with the Tempest'' rVortll
(h) Pilgrims' Chorus Doiiul.cttl
John W. Jones and Choius,
ran Hong, "Annie Dear Ruck
Solo, Molb.i WallK lillfl
Miss .Man Nllaud.
Tenor Soto, "For All Klernlty,"
Chorus, "Fuiihtiil and True"
ilass Polo, Alia ".Vow Heaven In l-'ull-
est Glory Shone" Iliiydu
J. W. Jones.
Do Good It Pays.
A fiilutgo man has observed that
"Qoood deeds am better than real v'.
tlito deeds -some of the latter are
worthless. ,-i kindly and gently,
show sympathy mid lend a. helping
hand, You cannot posslblj os(. ,y n,
Most men appreciate a kind word and
encouragement more than substantial
help. There aie per.-ons hi this coin,
liiuully who might truthfully say: "My
good friend, cheer up. a few doses of
rhuiuberkilirV Cough Ifeuiudy will rid
you of your cold, and thoie Is no dan
gev whatever from pneumonia when
you use that medicine. a alwavs
cures. I know it for It has helped ine
out many a time." Sold by u ,i,..
As Citizens' Candidate
Progress and Improvement, com
bined with a watchful and exacting
guardianship of the county's funds.
Duet and Choi us, ".Miserere,''
(II Tii'ivatore) Verdi
.Mls .N'ilaiid, Mis. .Villains ami Chorus.
Medley, -'.Mother Hubbard, etc.". ...Smith
Tenor Solo, "(li! For a Day of Spring,"
I). Ill .lullcx.
Sextette, "Ah! l-'roin Vongeanei.-."
Miss Nlland, Mrs. Shields, .Messrs. Jones,
Abrains, Sliields, ,. V'. Jones and
Duel. "The Kishei-iuuu" (iiiliussl
Messrs. Tom A brains and Junes.
Finale Soldiers' Chorus ..I F.iusU Hoiuiod
The well-known pianist, .Miss Flor
ence Itic-lnuoiid, was the accompanist
this year, and won much admiration in
Large audiences at both conceits
greeted the alliance and wore delighted
with the programmes. ,
The feature of last night's concert
was the artistic music furnished by
Fled Widmnyer, viollnisi, and Harvey
lilaekwood. 'eelloisl. Their playing was
artistic work, and they lespimded to
several well earned eueoies.
Tin- choiusos In last night's concert
Included those from Spol'i'nitli, Schu
bert, Fanning, Uisliop. .McFarreii, Sur
retil, (iounod, and othi-is.
CLARK'S SIM. MIT.
A large ami fashionable bome wed
ding look place at the pretty suburban
villa of Mr. and Irs. (leorgo .Myeis. at
." o'clock p. in., Wednesday, Oct. 1,-,,
when their daughter, .Miss Maye .My
ers, wns united in inulriinoiiy ' to Mr.
Chuiio.s Snook, of Clark's tli-ei-n. Pa,
The bridal party assembled at the
slab's, ami marched through tin recep
tion n i to the parlor in ihe strain
of the wedding march fnuu I.oheugiiii,
rciuleie.l by Harold Parker: two tiny
cousins of tlie biide, Misses l.nuni Ath
erton ami i.ois Stark, leading the pro
cession. The brhle and gromii were
llietnt the font of the stalls by Itev.
J. S. Ciisiurd, Who prcceilod llleui lo
an elaborate canopy of evergreens,
white chrysanthemums und scark-i ber
ries, elected in a corner of the parlor
Where tip. ceremony was peiinrined.
The bride wore a dainty ami becoming
gown of Paris ninussoni.,triniiioi with
libel iy satin and elillfon. ami also won.
a pearl necklace, She cat lied while
chrysanthemums. ti, Howim- girls
wore creniii silk ami carried pink chrvs.
The ushers wen- six viioiiH ImL-
liiemls of tin- inkle, Misss vim, rs'.
tin, Nell Alger, Can It- I i.tiesinan. ,t.s
sic .Meade, timer. .Meyers ami lldna
Town.-enil. I'.icli dresseil to blend with
tho colors of tlie decorations in green,
white ami pink,
Tlie decoriitliius were Very beautiful,
each door, curlier nod mantel being
iransfiiiineil by festoons and masses of
evergreens, joins, chrysanthemums and
A luncheon of several i nurses was
served, following the conglutinations,
and soon alterwaid Mr. and Mrs. Snook
boarded the iraiit en mute rr liing
hainlon, Xiugara Falls and vhlultv,
where they will spend a few duys.
The rollowiiiK gnosis woe present:
Mr. ami Mrs. tutu Itoseiicrants, Mrs.
.Mary Itoseiii'iauts, .Mr. und Mrs. How
ard Wolfe. Mrs. Sifsuii Keator. Krnesi
Slociiin, .Mr. and .Mrs. Allle Fsi ami
children, Scranton-. .Mr. and .Mrs. Ches
ter Alger, old Forge; .Miss Sarah J.
Albertsoji. While Haven; Mr. and .Mis.
James Fish. Mr. und .Mrs. K. FJMi,
Schultp.ville; Mr. ami Mrs. ,ouls Jen
nings and ihiUKhter. Hold Mount: .Mr.
and .Mrs. McXnlty, Mr. and .Mrs. F. s
Jennings and son, Cliluchllla; .Mr. ami
.ins. u. i,. .inmiK. .Miss Irene Snook,
Misses Susk and Clara tireeii, .Mr. and
Mis, Mertil .Meade. .Miss Jessie Meade.
J. 1). Knight. Mr. and Mrs. Muitv
l.caeh. of l.iark'K ("ireeii; Air. ami '.Mis
O. I'. .Meyers, .Mr. and .Mrs. I-;. K. .lli
ciioti ami I'lilltlron, JIik. l. Jt. Attiyer,
Mr. mid MtK, Itarulil Pitrkut', Hov. und
.Mrs, rualnrd, W. and Mrs. C. K. Mer
tilt, Mr. innl Mrs. K. It. Dunlnii, Mr.
and Mis. Wllllitin VohIjuik tind oit,
I'erey, Mrs, Cordelia Alger mill (linigh
ler, Xell, Miss (Irace Myeis. Mr. atid
Alts. i-J. A. Alyei-s, Herbert Klsh nnd
iililldien, Wlllliini ami (lertriulo I'hninett
mid ,lny Klsh, Mrs. John Twining und
daughter, deoi-gln, Arthur mid Carrie
tJatosiiimi, Miss Vlnu .Tttstln mid Mlsa
I'Miiti Townsetiil, nil of Cluik's Hiitninlt.
Speelnl to the Scranlnn Tt-llitttie.
I''orest City, Oi'l, 17. The storeroom
mid olllees In the borough building
were rented by the council litis week,
Jileob Alexander secured the former
und will move his clothing business to
that place ns soon as the room Is lilted
up, I-'. Al, Uardltier, cki mid Walrotts
& Carpi-Miter will occupy the nlllcri
Cecil C. Manzer, of St. Louis, Is visit
ing Ills parents, Postmaster and Alts.
T. C. Manzef,
Airs. J, M. Ilevnti died at the home of
her daughter. Mrs. J. Al. Drown, on
Delaware si root, Thursday morning,
after a long Illness. She was a woman
of devout nature, kindly disposed to
ward friends and neighbors, mid her
demise Is sim-i rely regretted by the
community. The funeral will take
place on Saturday morning.
"A Fight for Millions."
"A Fight fur Millions." .Million Douglas'
new plaj, drew two large audiences ut
the Academy of Music yesterday. All
who have nut soon the phiy should not
miss doing so at It- ilnal presentations
lids afternoon innl evening.
Souvenir Day nt Dixie's Theater.
The attendants at Dixie's theater tills
aftei-non will have the opportunity of re
ceiving a picture of the handsome audi
torium free of charge, A lhishliglit photo
of tlie Interior of the building and au
dience will he taken by Selu-iever at
the matinee, and every holder of a rc-M-i-vod
seat coupon for I lie front row of
the lmlconv will be entitled lo receive a
copy of ihe picture flee by presenting the
cotillons al the liox-olllce next week,
i'hlr alicriioon and evening will be t Do
last appearances of the Sniedley Sketch
club, Katliryn Oslerinun and Pauline
Moron and her pickaninnies. Kugcne
O'ltoiirke nnd company and Charley
Hartley, the veiitilloiiulst, are among the
attractions .-innoimeeil for next week.
The Bennett & Moulton Co.
Tlie ISeunetl ,V Moulton company will
begin a week's engagement at the Acad
emy next .Monday evening. Ueimelt &
.Moulton, ut an cnni'inou" expense, have
purchased all new stage settings for
llielr productions llils seiioii. which will
enable them lo give tlie patrons fd' the
Academy new and elaborate productions.
It can sal'i-b be said thai these enter
piislug mummer.-, have tlie largest, best
eiiilpped and most complete icpcrloire
company u.u cling.
No theater scenery will be shown dur
ing I In- entire engagement. Owing in. the
vast amount of scenery and electrical ef
fects to lie mounted and staged, there will
bo no matinee .Monday, but eoiiinienebig
mi Tiie-ilay. there will he u matinee dally.
.Matinee prices, 10 cents; resolved seats,
iii cents. KvcnhiK prices, lu. i'il and a-i
London Belles Coming.
Manager I lerringtoii. of the Star, has
secured for Ills attraction Minda.i. Tues
day und Wednesday. I lose Sydell's l.o.i
don Hollos. 'Jills lonipauy will be well
remembered, owing to the very fuvorahle
impii sslon they created al this house
last season. As usual. Manager Camp
bell has siii'ioimiled his comedians with a
eoteiie of exceptionally handsome maid
ens ami pat ions i f this popular little,
house may have their (ill of beautv din
ing the engagement of the Loudon fielles.
Matinee eveiy day.
LETTERS EKOM THE PEOPLE.
render this heading short letters of In.
Iciest will lie published when accom
panied, for publication, by the wilter'a
inline. The Tribune does not assume re
sponsibility for opinions lieie expressed.
Difference in Discipline.
IMitor 01 The iiihui
Sir: To all Sciaiiloui.iu.s who an- la
mlliar with the iii.iu.igenii nl ol the Thir
teenth icgimeiit. Il is a sniiice of prldu
that Seraulou is l!ie headipiai t.-i's of the
iiiiileeiith. Camp Wyelioif Is as near
ideal as possible. Outers aie strict yet
tin- men so,. Hi,- 1 ousi.nu lioness ol ilnni,
and illey aie cheerfully oliijyed. No i Iv
lllan Is allowed inside the guard line ex
cept 011 hushics.. Wh'-n the boys llrst
wuil Inio camp In olypliuiil tin- wnter
visited tlie eatup and asU-'d to sec a
friend. Although peisonally auiuaiutcd
witli Colonel Wanes, that otilcer refused
adinll'.aiiee on IbidliiLt that tile Wsit was
not stiietly business, x,, .soldier is al
lowed ouiside 1 li.- miuid line without a
pass, und 11 is 11 sigiiliiouul fuel Unit be
fore a mail appeals befole Colonel Wilt res
10 ask leave to. aliseni liinisilf, lie must
be shaven, have well polished hoots and a
suit which dciioies icceiit care having
been tnt'Oil ot It. The lllliollgll received
Is only for a limit, -d Han- and ihe man
who sinys out over that Hum Knows that
lie will Hud trouble waiting tor him-when
II Is II self-evident fuel that tills ree.
ineni of ihe Na.limal Huaid of I'.im.svl
vmilii me cullol out for business, 'lo
which they arc stiietly attending. n
most excellent colonel hlo- the llie,'.s -
I' OR 1III, I.I I'NIJ ONES. Cut uut Ihe pictures appealing on this pare each
day, diaw a pencil murk aioimd the hidden object, save. Ilium until Satmday,
then send iheiii or talie them lo The Tribune ofllcii in an envelope addressed to
I'uzzio uenaiinieat. Enclose la tlie envelope your name, umi and address. Tim
boys ami girls who coiiectly mark the six plrtuios appearing during tlie week,
und whoso answers are thst n'celved. will havo their names published la Tha
iiibune Monday morning
TT-imi Tirli-iininiW if lU i wiib I iii i ii iihii tii mm m i i ' i n
These- mountain-climbers have had an
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Unty Half a Cent a Won).
t.'fitf llt.'.V'r 1)eli-iible steam heated li..l
deuce, eonliilnlng twohe rooms and
bnlh, situated on "The lllll," ehout ten
minutes from coin I bouse.
t-'OH rtl'iNT Desk room lu a large, well
lighted, steiim heated room, with Use
of telephone, etc. Address D, Itoom,
cute of Tribune.
KUIl HUNT Nine-i'Qom bouse on .Hill;
will rent very reasonable, furnished
or unfurnished, till April J. Address I.
14. IC Tribune oftlce. .
Foil 1U4NT Furnished house; ten rooms!
steam heated; centrally located, w:
Fi;itNISIIi:iJ HOI'SF, for thu winter;
very desirable, (Ireen Hldge. Address
llov i"i), iiibune
5IS I'or Itenl Teii-i oom house; excellent
helghboihood; all modern linpiove-
inetils. on nveniie, Apply to il, 1'. Ham
ilton, Il'iS Spruce street.
FOIl SAI.I4 l'hyticbin's chair, organ
and household goods. Address iul
FOtt SAI,l4-Seeoiid hand Ilrewsler
In'oghain, steel tires; owner bus no
place to store. Lewis 14, Morton, IIS
FOIl SAU4 Fine diamond ting '! carat,
Mu; one carat ting, $su; t I'lirnt ring, $!Xi;
Hi carat ring, w: l"i carat ring, J1W; -carat
ring, $l.Vi. Address X,, 1. O. Hox tit.
FOIl SA 1,14 One hot air furnace, three
mantel i and gas chandeliers. Charles
1). Sanderson. ::ii Wyoming ave, Scianton.
FOR KA 1,14 One bid air furnace, tlilee
mantels, gas liiandolleis, Charles D.
Sanderson, l.'W Wyoming avenue, Scran
FOIl SAI,l4-Aboill 20 feel of desk coun
ter, surmounted with glass front and
two openings, lower portion nicely pan
elled, with drawers and shelves imd"r
nenth. May be seen at tlie oftlce of Tho
For Sale or Rent.
VOIl SA1.14 On Itl4NT The ;;-,stoiy brick
bullillng, with boiler house attached,
and long row of sheds for horses, wag
ons, etc.: also railroad switch suitable for
manufacturing purposes; lately occupied
by the Clock Tobacco Co. B. M. Wlnton,
rtoom Xo. HO.", Mears Ifullding.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
Kl'llXISHKD front room for rent; rea
sonable. ;'l!i Webster avenue.
TWO I'MIONT rooms, choice locution, lino
view; well lighted and ventilated;
steam beat; bath, gas. CIO Spruce street.
FOIl ni4XT -- Three newly furnished
front 100ms. lieut, gas und bath.
..ijo block. Washington avenue. Addiess
X., iiibune office.
Strayed or Stolen.
HTIIAYI4D to my premises, u black and
white hound: owner can have same by
paying expenses. Oriflln Whitehead,
STIIAV14I) Olt STOM4X from I.oighloli
farm in (ilenborn, black mare, llo
waid for information. Davis Steam Dye
Works, :',I!i 101111 avenue. Scranton.
and short tail,
by paying for
bull dog. 0110 blown eye
spot on back, short cars
Owner can receive tho dog
advertisement, ell Dcecb
spoct of tlie regiment and community at
It is to lie greatly legietted that as
much eaiinot bo said of the Twelfth regi
mcnl whlub is now stationed hi tlie Ninth
Hud of our city. We are sorry that we
have any thing but commendation lor this
i-.-iinp. but the citizens of lTovhlenoo are
so disgusted Willi the existing state ol al
Inlrs there Unit it is tinwiso to longer
keep silent on the subject.
They seem lo conic and go al will and
the only business which seems lo be de
living any lieneiit tram their pieat-lieo
among us is Hie saloon.
Ostensibly, theie is a guard line around
the tents, but It seems to mean nothing
Uiicstlonable looking women roam
through the company sheets and aie seen
even in the louts. The glii in short skirls
ns well as of mature years. Is seen parad
ing tlie company streets, leaning on the
aim of the so-called soldiel,
A dress parade is an event of Interest
lu any community, but this camp bears
such a name 1 list 1 self-respecting young
woman scarcely dale be seen there
Without a doubt, there are soniu clean,
rcspecliible young men in this camp; a
number of Hu-m have faces width indi
cate 11 different life, and it is a sliiime to
lie a man like that to a place where lie
must constantly witness scenes which are
revolting lo linn.
.Must the present conditions continue lo
exist hi the place? Is there no military
law which cm put up a bar against Ihe
disgraceful performances which are seen
to take place every night within the guard
Another place whole discipline Is soiVly
needed Is 111 tho homes of the young girls
wiio may be scon all aioimd t iwn las well
as al tlie cunpl walking with iliese men
to whom they aie perfect stranneis. lu
the nanie of decency, motlieis and fullu is,
where are your daughters nt night?
A citizen of the North I4ud.
title,. I,. Clark.
Find two more of their
Accented for Leas
TIiiiii lo Cents.
Branch WANT Offices.
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Hccelved nt Any of tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
AUJI411T SCIHM.TX. corner Atul
berry street and Webster ave.
OUSTAV I'lCllKh, OJU Adams
OI40. W, J14XKINS, 101 aoutll
VIU4D I,. TUItPl'K, 720 Cedar
(I DO. W. DAVIS, coiner Xoitli
l.'IIAIll,i:S r JOXI4S. 15-1" Dick-
I''. .1. JOHNS, t'-U Cireeii nidge
C. LOmiX', ooitier Washington.
avenue und Marlon street.
W. II. KX14t'FI4l
J. (i. BOX 14 & SOX.
WAXTKD-Agents to sell tea and cof
fee to consumers. Positions pornm
nenl. Grand I'nlon Tea Co.. lilt Lacka
Help Wanted Male.
WAXTI'IDWaitor nt St. Cloud Hotel.
WANTI4D Foily men at Toliyhaima,
la.. to work on grading for a rail
road switch and clearing a piece of wood
land. Call at tin.1. Meats building, i oliy
hanna Creole Joe Co.. C. C. Teiiier, treas
urer. Help Wanted Female.
WAXTI4D l.ady In each county to man
age business. Old house. Salary ?1S
weeklv. Money advanced for expenses.
Knelose self-addressed stumped enve
lope. .Manager. :!2i' Caxton building, Chi
cago. WAXTI4I3 Two experienced waitresses,
one experienced girl on bakery coun
ter. Applv in person al Miller's bakery
and lunch pallors Satin day morning, 120
CANVASSKItS WAXTI4D to sell our
Cloth Tovs, Hag Dolls ami Art 111
low Tops, liost soiling Holiday Xmelties
made. Anyone can sell them. Large
prollt. Art Fabric -Mills, Xew Haven,
LAIIGI4 COnrOItATIOX wants energetic
General Ayent lor this county. Xo
books, insurance, or canvassing. Ac
quaintance with merchants and manu
facturers necessary. I'ei-maneut. T'.ond.
Stale use, experience, references lli'sl let
tor. Address, Suite r.TU', No. 1001 Chestnut
I.ADV would liko dressmaking or plain
sewing; thoroughly competent, i;:';! t.oo
SITCATIOX WAXTHD Uy a widow to
go out working und Ironing or clean
ing. Address Airs. J. Miller, 712 Schnell
Wanted To Buy.
$137ll HOl'Si-: WANTI4D If you blue
such a residence "For Sale." let me
hear from you. It must be looinv, thor
oughly modern and Mulshed in hard wood.
Steam heat picl'ei I ed. Location must be
the best in central city or (ireen Itlog.-.
Can buv lot and build bul prefer buying
place already built if the right ptoperty
can bo found. Address, giving full partic
ulars, with the original cost, lowest sale
piieo. terms, etc.. "Have1'." cure Tribune.
FOIl SANK, AT SACni FICK-Xow 11
lonm house; modern impiovenieiils;
steam heat, gas and elect i Iclty: elegantly
finished Interior; ten minutes' walk from
City Hall; terms to suit piiichasci; would
also sell household goods. Address box !S,
out deluy, Write, for our special mar.
ket letter. I'Yeo on application. S M.
lllbbaid & Co,, members N. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange il and 48
liroadway, New York. Est ibllshed 1S0I,
Long Dlstaiico 'Phono MSS Broad.
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOl'NT OF MONEY TO LOAX
Qulel;, stiaight loans or Dallding and
Loan, At tiom I to U per coat. Call on
N. V. Walker, Sll-.ili Conuoll biilldln:;.
Special to the Seraiilon Tribune.
I'liioudalc, Oct. 1 7. -.Misses Anna and
nose- Tinker have returned after a visit
to frieiHls lu Carbondale.
Tho quarterly (.(iiiferenco uf the Moth,
odlsi Episcopal iluiich was hold last
Friday night, under iho supeliittonden.
cy of Presiding Elder Warner.
Mr, and .Mr.n. Jiroiiie Curtis rotunicd
hist Saturday alter witnessing tho
lirand Army ur tin- iippublle eiicaiuii
llieill at Wilsliliigton. ). C, They weiti
delighted by tho trip.
Itov. J. H. Itayinoiul spent several
days near llonesdille this week.
At the homo of Charles lilb.soii last
Tuesday night a parly was given to
Mrs. Emma drier is visiting friends
at Sealituok. . v.
Mr. and Mrs. Albeit dple, of Car
bondule. were visitors in town lately.
Tho many friends of Mrs. Frank
Couch, of Carbondale, are elated to
learn that there bus been sonio lin
pi'ovenient In her condition.
Thieves are committing frequent dep.
rcdutloii3 these nlghis.
"' ? DESIRABLE V
LOTS CASH OR EASY TERMS
NEAR THE MAMMOTH A
I litCKinift STEEL IWt
I ANO TWO BEAUTIFUL PARKS,
V .GEO. T.R0BINS0N,,,
)S 72 Erie, Co. Bank Bids V I
5 MMIIE1 HEM
Only Halt a CM a WorJ.
NOTIC14 Is hereby given that all uppllcu
lion will be tnude to the llovernoi' of
Ihe State of I'ennsjiviinlit on Tuesday,
the eleventh day of November, lDu:!, by J
J, Horiin, J. N. L'oimell nnd W, W. Wat
son, timler the Act of Assembly or the
Coiumonweulili 0f I'eunsyiviinla, entitled,
"An Act lo nrovhle for tlie Incorporation
und Jleguliitleli of rerliiln Corporations,"
approved April L".i, IS7I, and the sttpiile
ments thereto, for the ehaiier of nu In
leitded corporation lo lie called Ihe
Scranton llefiigeratlng Coiiipauy, tho
ehiiractei' and object whereof Is carrying
on a general slut-age ami warelinnse luis.
iioss, und for these purposes to have, pos
sess and enjoy all tlie rights, benefits and
lll'IVttfMrftS flf 111,, uilljl A. , nt lu..rtil,tll
j and Its supplement's,
tiAMHUiM, iui-jnii ti. i-;almnih4I.
IN 1114! llslate of Anna 1!. nlohnioild,
late or Hie City of Semuloit, Poult
Leliers of udmlnlstiiitlou upon the
above estutc liavlng been grailled to the
undersigned, all persons having clalniH or
dcliiiindH against the snld esliilc are
hereby notified to present them for pay
ment, and those Indebted to said estate
will itiulie payment to
Fltl4DI4ltlCls 14. SCOTT.
mi'l' Meats nillldlng.
AMI4NI).li4Xi' TO Til 14 CONSTITIT
TION I'I1010SI4D TO THI4 CITI.I4NS
OF THIS CO.MMONWI4ANT1I FOIl
TIII4HI AIMMIOVAN Oil III4.H4CTION
V Til 14 CI4NI4IIAN ASSI4M11NY OF
TIII4 COM.MONWI4I,iil OF Ii4NN-
svnvania, 1'i'iiNi.snr.n itv oniiF.n
OF TIII4 SIOCIIETAIIV OF TIH4 COM
MONWI4ANTH IX PiritStAXCI4 OF
AKTICNIJ XV ID OF Til 14 CONST1TI'-
A JOINT IIKSONI-TION
Proposing mi amendment lo section ten
of article one of the Constitution, so
that a discharge of a Jury for failure
lo agree or other necessary cause shall
not work an aeuiilttal.
Section 1. Jte It resolved -by the Senate,
and House of Itepiesentatlves of tlie
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania In Gen
eral Assembly met, That the following
bo proposed as an umenilment to the Con
stitution; that Is' to say, that section tun
of article one, which reads as follows:
"No person shall, for any Indictable of
fense, be proceeded against criminally
by Information, except In cases ailslng lu
the land or naval traces, or In the militia,
when in actual soi'Wee. lu time of war
or public danger, or by leave of tlie court
for oppression or misdemeanor in ollieo.
No p. rson shall, for the same offense, lie
lu-tcp lllll to (f.nn.irclv ,,l" IIIY. t' ll,ile nnt
shall priva to property Ik; taken or applied
in piiniie use, witliout authority ol law
and witliout Just compensation being llrst
made or secured," lie amended so as to
load as follows:
No person shall, for any indictable of
fense, be proceeded against criminally by
Information, except in cases arising in tho
land or naval forces, or lu the militia,
when in actual service In time of war or
public danger, or by leave of the court
for oppression or misdemeanor lu otlice.
Xo person shall, for the same offense be
Hvlee put in Jeopardy ot life or limb: but
u discharge or the Jury for failure to
agree, or other necessary cause, shall
not work an uripiltru. X'or shall private
property be taken or applied to public
use. witliout authority of law and with
out Just compensation being first made or
A true copy of the Joint Resolution.
W. W. tllllKST.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
AM14XDMI4XT TO 'I'll 14 CONSTITtr
TION PROPOSI4D TO TII14 (iii'IKNS
OF THIS COMMONWEALTH FOIl
Til 14111 APl'KOVAN OR REJECTION
T.V Til 14 CJKX14RAN ASS14MRNV OF
Till: COMMONWEALTH OF PI4NX
SVNVANIA. rt'RLISHED P.V ORDER
OF THE SECRETARY OF THE COM
MONWEALTH IN ITRSI'ANCE OF
ARTICLE XVIII OF THE CONSTITC
TIOX. A JOINT RESOLCTION
Proposing an ameudineul to the Constitu
tion of the Commonwealth,
Section 1. He it resolved by tho Senate
nnd House of Representatives ot Hie
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania In (ion
oral Assembly -net. That the following
is proposed as an amendment to the Con
stitution of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, In accordance with tlie provi
sions of the eighteenth article theieof:
Add at the end of section seven, article
thieo. tlie following words: "Cnless be
fore il shall be introduced in tlie Oeiieral
Assembly, snob proposed special or local
law shall have been llrst submitted to a
popular vote, at a general or special elec
tion in the locality or localities to be af
fected by Its operation, under an order
of the court of commni, pleas of tlie re
spective comity a tier hearing and appli
cation aranlcd. and shall have been ap
proved by a majority of the volets at
such election: Piovided. That no such
election shall be held until the decren of
court authorizing the same shall have
been advertised for at least thirty CM)
days in the locality or hcalitles affected,
ill such maimer as the court may direct.
A true copy of the Joint Resolution.
W. W. cm EST.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
nivf MODEl LAUNDRY, Dunmore7
launders shirts al So. each and collars
nnd cuffs ut l'.&c. each.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SI'AI'NDINO, C. P. A., -i
Traders' Dank liuildiug. Old 'phono IbOl.
FREDEItlCK N. DROWN. AttCH II"
Ileal Estate l4xehaugo Uidg., VM Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
Jl. N. HARDING, Sl.'i CONNELL UNDO.
STKYENSON ,t KNiailT,
DI!. C. E. HIL14NISI4ROI4R, PAN'Ll
liuildiug, Spruce, street, Scianton.
DR. C. C. NAITI1AC1I, li:. WYOMINO nv
SCHDAGEit v- CO, Ml Coiniell Hulldlng.
P A T E 5M TS avBS
The only licensed and equipped patent
solicitor hi the ity No charge tor ia
loiiuallou on pulonlubillty; uver ton
Ucplogie & Co.. Atears HlUg:.
Hotels nnd Restaurants.
THE ELK' CAFE, 125 AND 127 FllANK
lilt avenue. Rates reasonable
l': I'.IEllLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON IIOFSE. NEAR lU TvF.
Passenger depot. Conducted on iho En.
ropoau plan. Vlcior luich. Proprietor.
A. It. HltlliOS CLEANS 1'RIVY YADLTS
and cess pools; 110 odor; only imprnvul
pumps iieil, a. It. Uriggs, proptlelor.
Leuvo oidot.t 1100 Xoith Main avoiiuo.
or Elclie's drug store, corner Adams and
Mulberry. Uotb telephones.
ave.. Sci'untou. mfre
REAR r.U i,ACK..
. ol Wiru Screens.
MEOAROEE liROS.. PRINTERS' Slip,
plies, envelopes, paper bags twine.
Warehouse 130 Wabhlngton uveuuo.
bo had In Ser.intoa at tlio nowt, stand
of lteUnuiii llros.. lOi Spruce and an
Ulldeii; Al. Norton, 322 l.ackawaiuui
ave.; 1. S. Schuuei, 211 Spiuce btrcet.
NOTIcn Is hereby given that an niipll
cation will lm inade to the; llovernbr
or the stiito of Pennsylvania on Tuesday,
he SStli Uit of October. 1!2, by W, W,
Klzer, i:her W. Woitbltigloil, F, A, Peck,
Dalbys I., iflekea and A. F. ler, ttmlef
the Act of Assembly approved the ait'h
dilS' of Apill, ISVI, entitled "All Aft to iir.
vidu lor the Incorporation and regulation
or reliant t:oniorntlon.t," mid tlie suvoral
stipp cmciilfi theretu,, tor the clutrtoi- of
!!!'., I,,I'J!'.1.'.'11 ''(U'Potatlon to lie railed
"Mzur Mill and Elevator Company," tho
rlmrneler and purpose or which is tho
mitiiiiraotuiing of Hour, feed, meal nnd
oilier prndtti'iH frnm gritln, and sulllng tint
siiine, und lor that pmposo to have mid
enjoy all the ilglits, henellls and ptiv
lieges ol the silld Act or Assembly and ltd
supplements. I). jl4 FICKES.
M,KI'2; I4state or Ann Phillips, late of
tito Lily of Sernatou, County of Daeln
Letters ot admlntsttulloii upon thr
nbovo named estate having been grunted
lo tho undersigned, all persons hnvhig
claims or demaiiils against tho sntnu will
present them rAr payment, and all thoi.n
indebted thereto will make Immediate
oEoitriE w. piriMiTPS,
, Scranton, Pit.
Til OS. K. WELLS,
Attorney for Estate.
RALROAD TIME .TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
, , in Effect Juno 1, lCtw.
I rains leuvo Scrautoii for Xew York
., .. ',''"'-s"0' eM- """ ,in,i (,-1') rn.i 12. !.
...to, ,l.oo p m. j.'or New York and Phlla-delilila-7.50.
10.M a. m and lL'.-IO and :i.:il
'; m-, i';t' Ootlklsboi-o-At U.10 p. in. For
Lurrii i o-i.i,,, ,L ,,,,,1 n.txi a. m.; l.rc, i;.-,n
am 11 lo p. ip. J.'or llliighamton, Elmira,
and way stntlona-iu.ffi n. m l.ur. m.
;.',',!!' OHcgo, Syiueuso and Etlca-l.ir. and
'.'."i V.'.,1"'' '"'"' I'- "l. Oswego, SyraciiPn
und I tlc.t train at i;.' a. in. dally, except?
huiiday. .'ol. Montrose-D.Wi a. m.; 1.01
I'm ' ,''-. '" Nicholson accommodation
1.00 nnd i!,j.-, p. m.
Itloomsbtiig DIvIslon-For Xortluunliei'
and, at t.r. and 10.10 a. m.; 1.G3 and li.lil
!.': ."'aJ'01' I'lymouili, ut S.10 a. m.; o.-IO
atul a ftj p ji,
.. li11"'!".' Tr.i!ns-For New York. l.r,0. n.a.
u.u.,, in.io a. m.: Il.lo und :).3.-. p. m. Fop
nirfalo-l.l,- and .L"J a. ni.: l.,V., 0.50 and
11.10 p. m. For Elmira and way titatlous
1H...I a. m. For ninghanitnn and way sta
tions, loo a. m. Jtlootnsburg Dlvinlon
Leave her.-inton. 10.10 a. m. and G.10 p. m.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Klteet Jane ir,, lOij-J.
Trains Neave Scranton
For Philadelphia and Xew York via D.
& II. It. ll at at 7.11, through Parlor Cat
and Day Coach Carbondale to Xew YoiiS
and H.17 a. m.. with ,. V. Coach Carbon
dale lo Philadelphia, and '.MS, 4.f. (UlaclC
Diamond Expiessl, nnd ll.-l!) p. m. Sun
days, O. .t J 1. R, R i.js, 9.17 p. m.
I'or AMilto Haven, Ilnxletnn and princi
pal points in tlie coal regions, via D. Ks
II. R.R., 7.41. :MS and -1.S3 p. 111. For,
Pollsvlllo. 7.11 a. m.
l-'or Bethlclie'ii, l-Jaston. Reading. liar
rjsliurg and piinelpai Internicdlato sta
tions, via D. ,fc U. R. It.. 7.11, 0.17 a. m ;
LIS, -I 3.1 (I)luck Diamond Express). U. 13 p.
III. Sundays. D. & 11. 11. R.. 9.3S a. in.:
I.ikS, 0.17 p. in.
For Tnnkhaiinock, Towanila, Elmira.
Itliaca, (.Jeueva and principal Intermedluta
stations via O., J. & W. R. II., G.33 a. in.
and 1..,.. p. 111.
For Geneva, Rochester. Tiurfalo. Niag
ara Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. & 11. II. R 12.i p. m.: S.S (Black
Diamond Express). 10.11. 11.13 p. m, Sun
days. D. ,i K. R. R 2.(, 0.17 p. 111.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or I.ebigh
alloy Parlor cars on all trains between
WIIUes-Rarie and Xew York. Philadel
phia, liurfalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN IT. WILP.tJR. Ocn. Supt., M
Coiilnnd street. Xew York.
CIIAR1 ES S. 1,1414, Gen. Pass. AgL, -?
Coiiland street, Now York.
A W. XONEMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Agt..
Soutli Rclhl"hcin, Pa.
For tickets and Piilhiian rcservatlona
apply to city ticket office, 09 Puhllo
Square. Wilkcs-Rarie. Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Conected to September 10, Mili.
Slatlons in Xew Yolk, foot Liuerty
street and South Ferry, X. R.
Trains leave Seranton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Easton, Relhlehem, Alloa
town. Mauch Chunk, White Haven. Ash
ley, Wilkos-narre and Pittston at 7.:M a.
111., 1 p. m. and 1 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7."0 a. 111., through solid vestibule train
with Pullman Riiffel Parlor Car for Phila
delphia with o.ily 0110 change of cars for
Dnltimoro and Washington, D. C, and all
piinelpai points south and west.
For Avoca, Piltstoa and Wilkes-Barre,
1 p. m. and -1 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p m.
For Long Rrancb. Ocean Grove, etc.,
7.S0 a. m. and I p. 111.
For Reading. Lebanon and Harrisbuig
via Allentown at 7.30 a. in., 1 p. m. and 1
p. m. Sunday, L'.IO p. in.
For Tainaqua and Potlsvlllo, 7.30 a. m.;
1 p. m. and 1 p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
AV. O. RESSNER. Gen. Manager.
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schedalo lu Elfcct June lii, 1002.
Trains leavu Scranton C.3S a. m., week
davs, through vestibule train from
AVilkes-Rarre. Pullman buffet parlor cat
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts,
vlllu; stops at principal Intermedluta sir,.
tioiis. Also connects for Sunbiiry, Har-
rlsburg, fiuiaueipniu, nammoru, wasn
lugton and for Pittsburg and tho West.
11.17 a. in., week days, for Sunbury. Ilnr
lisburg, Philadelphia, r.altlmore, Wash
ington and Pittsburg and tho West,
1.1- p. m, week days, (Sundays, l..',S p.
m.1, for Sunbury, Hiirrisbiirg, Philadel
phi.i, Raltlmoro, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.2S p. m., week days, through vestllmli
train from Wllkcs-Rarro. Piillmnn buffet
parlor car and coaches to Philadelphia vlu
Potlsvlllo. Stops al principal inteunedl
ato stations. . . .....
I.3.i p. in., weeic nays, inr iiazieion, nuu-
v, Hai'ilsourg, I'liiiaueiiuua aim i-nis-
,T. V.. linTCiriXSON, Geu. Mgr.
J. 1!, AYOOD, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware and Hudson.
Ill Etfect June Hi, 1002.
Tialns for Carbondale leave Scranton nt
fill 7.:iH. S.3fi, 10.U a. m.; 12.03, 1.12, 2.11.
::!ji;; r..2o 0.25, s.:i. 9.15. 10.01 p. m.; 12.1s.
"For lloiiesdalo ll.ll, 10.13 a. ni.; 2.11 and
'"'For' Wilkes-P.arre-O.Jis. 7.11. S.1I. 0.17.
10.K1 a. m : l-'.Kt. I'-. '-IS. 3.2J, 1.35. uMO,
7 -IS 10.11, lt.-l!t ! m-
For I ..V. R. It. PolnU-7.il. 9.17 a. 111.
"is, 1.3." and 11. 1'.' P- m.
"For Pennsylvania R. R. Points G.3T
9 47 a. in.: 112. 3.2S and 1.3.1 p. m.
For Albany and all points noiih 7.3'j a,
... ,,,wi :t r.it 11. 111.
For Carbondale- S.rj), 11.33 a. m.; 2.11,
3 Tii!. r..,Ti and 11.17 p. m.
For AYHItos-Rarro 0.3S a. 111.; 12.03. 1.5
3.2S. ii32 and 0.17 p. m -
For Mbany and points north n.W p. m
For llonesdale-S M a. ni.; 11.8:: and 3.'iJ
''wI'l. T'RYOR, D. P. A.. Scranton, raj
Erie Railroad Wyomlnp; Division. ,
111 Effect September 15, 1002.. -
Trains leave Seraiilon for Now Ymk, '
Newburgli and Intmniedlato points, also
for llawb-v and local statlonii at 7.20 a.'
ui. and t 3."i P. ni.
For IJouesdalo and White Mills at 1.37
''iiiilns arrive at Scrautoii at 10.3S a. m.
ami o.l.'i p. m.
- ' -' - - " .-
New York, Ontario and Western.
Time tabic In effect Sunday, Sept. 23, VMi.
NORTH ROL'XD 'I'RAINS.
I.eave Leave Anna
iialnfc. Scranton. C.ii bumlalo. endpsJa.
No. i lu.::ou. ni. Il.luu. in. limp m
So. 7 li HI p. iii.Ar.Caiboudalo li.lii p off
I.eavo Leuvo Arrlyn?
Trains. Cadoslu. Carbondate. Seranton,-
No. Il li.rjiii.m. 7.25 a. in?
No. 2 2.1.r.p.u. MM p. in. I.I.-, p. in '
Sl'NDAYS ONLY, NORTH IJOL'NP
Leave Leave Anivo
Trains. Scranton. C'aiimndale. Cadosla. '
No. 0 8.ln. m. 9.10a. ni. IiM'iu. m.'1
No. 0 7.i'0p m. Ar.i.'atiiundalo 7.15 p.m
Leave Leavo ArrHa
'iiiilns. C.vdosla. Carbondalo. Scrautoii.
No. il U.DOa.m. 7.2.A ii. in.
No. in i.: p. in- ii.e.i i. m. r, .-, p. in ,
Trains Num. 1 on wcel days, and 9 on
Sundays canneci for New York c-ltv. Mlr
dlotown. Walton. Norwich, Oneida, Os
wego and all points west.
Train No li, with "Quaker City Ex.
press" at Scianton. ln C. R. R. ot N. .1..
for Phllndeiphla. Atlantic City, Baltimore.
Washington and Pennsylvania state
See tmc-tablo and consult ticket agent!
?or connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDERSON. O. p. A.. Now York.
.T. 14. W-aHU, T. P. A-, Scrautoii, I',