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THE SCRANTON TMBUNlMVUDNtiSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1902.
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1 Jo INPHRMCH J
A Charming New York
Miss Rohrbacfc, who live at No 73
Amsterdam Avenue, New York Citj,
and is Ticasurer of 'be Woman's Pro
gressive Union, wrote the following
story of liet experience :
I am satisfied that half the UoUors do
not know what renlly ails theit patient1-,
while jou have carefully studied the
needs of the sici. and worn-out, and
have skilfully prepared .1 reliable reme
dy which will cure in .1 short lime. Two
jears ago I beg.ni to feel "run-down," the
extreme he.itof the summer neatly pros
tratcd me, and when fill cume I was til
pieparcd to take up anew the burdens
of life. I had headache, backaclte and
wasery nervous ; scarcely able to sleep
more tliau two hours jt .1 time. I was
advised to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, and was delighted with the re
sult. Within a week I was sleeping
splendid!; . Continued using the 'Fa
vorite Pi'escriplion ' foi tight weeks,
and then stopped, for I was pcifcctlv
"tell. Ever since then vour medicine
has been my 'Favorite" Prescription,'
too. I recommend it to every one.
Yours verv ttulv. Miss Ma Rohrbach
To Di R V. Pieicc.
Special to the Sciauton Tiihiine.
Townndu, Oct. 27. Judge Fanning
has revolted the rliiu ter of the Marine
club, at Sayie.
Hon. 13. H. Peiklns died at his home
in Athene on Thuisdny, aged 92 yeuis.
He was .1 native of Connecticut, and
many yeais ago a pionilnent lumber
dealer in the Wyoming Valley. Din
ing President Lincoln's ndmlnistiallon,
ho was United States lonsul at Santa
Cum, West Indies. Mr. Pel kins was
twice mm lied and had twelve childieii,
the sons becoming piomlnent in the
business vvoild. Funeral sei vices vveie
held fiom his late home yesterday.
Benjamin Sillier, of Duhoie, a young
miner, has been lying In the Rayie
hospital in an unconscious condition
fioin inlutles lecclvcil in the mines at
Bcrnice a few days ago. "While getting
out coal, he was caught between .1
ear and the side of the loadvvay, and
hart his back bioken; Ills body became
paralyzed and at the hospital It was
lound th.it the back-bone had been
twisted out ot place nnd bioken. He
is In a. numb state lrom near his shoul
der blade down. An effoi t w ill be
made to ieset the bones, but the
chances for recovery nie eonsidoied
P. "W. Culbei tson, esq., of Lwlslon,
Pa., and Miss Emily L. Porter, daugh
ter of C. B. Poller, wore mairled at
Christ's church on Wednesday evening.
A largo number of Invited guests vveie
piesent. Oppenhclm's oiehcslin, of
AVilkes-Daire, furnished music at the
Rev. 13. C. Quick died suddenly at
his homo In Caniptovvn on Monday. Ho
hntl been a Iinptlst minister for over
O. F. Young, a prominent citizen of
Home, died on Wednesday, aged SI
years. Iff) was the father of the late
Mis. P. V. Bliss, who was killed In
the Ashtabula disaster, yeais ago.
F. J. Rommel is ill at Sayro with a
case of smallpox. Pievlous repoits con
tiadlctcd tlio statement, but after a
careful analysis of tlio case it was
found true, and the house oidered
F. "W. SeluilU, formeily of Towanda
and ft well-known enipentcr for the Le
high Valley railroad, died at his homo
In Buffalo on Filday. Ills lenmlns
were Intened at Yv'ysox on Sunday
with Masonic services.
Special Agent II. M. New haul, ot
Philadelphia, is In Towanda In the In
teiest of founing two new ruial fieo
mail dellveiy loutes, which aie soon to
Special to the Scranton Tilbune.
New Mllfoid, Oct. 28, Dr, and Mis.
0. W. Hakes, of Afton, N, Y woie
guests at tlio homo of Albeit Rlsley,
C. N, Wood Is In New Yoik on busl
ness this wck.
Miss inn Aid! kit is visiting her sis
ter, Mis. n, F. Wateimnu, In Hull
stead. Onion seniles will bo conducted In
We offer Oliu J lunched Dulluis Rewind
for uny case or Catauh tlua cuiiuut i
cured by Hall's Cutmrii Cine.
IV J. CHENEY A CO, Toledo, O
We, the mideislgiicd, luvu know 11 I'. J,
Choncy for the last 13 jeurs, and behove
him peileclly honoiublo In all business
transactions and lliimicl.illy able to winy
out any obligations inndo by their Hi 111.
VA'EST .V: TUCAX. Wholesale Diug3i"tV
WALDINO. KINNAN &. MARVIN,
Wholesale I)i assists. Toledo, O.
Hall'8 Catairh Cine U taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood und miiJ
cous sulfates of tlio system. Tcstlmotil
His sent ties. Pi Ice lie. per bottle. Sold
by all druggist.
HU' I'amllv Pills aie the best
as such a re
women is be
cause it fits
the needs of
is not a "pat
in the com
mon view of
that term ; it
is n ready-to-use
tion, put up
under the di
rection of Dr.
R. V. Pierce,
his large prac
tice in all
, women pa
nervous, or suffer
ing from consider
able pain at stated
periods, due to ir
regularity or dis
eases of the female organs.
It is not like many of the so
called tonics advertised these
davs. because it does not de
pend upon alcohol or upon any narcotic
lor its effect. It is purely vegetable ill
its composition and without alcohol.
Miss Nannie U. Kyle, of Volant, I,aw
rencc Co , Fa., had a somewhat different
expericucc from Mis Rohrbach, but
with the same result as has been the
case with thousands of women before.
Please accept my thanks for the good
your "Favorite Prescription" did me,
also for the advice sent. 1 had been
suffering for some time from pain at
stated penods and impaired general
health, when I noticed your advertise
ment in one of our papers. I decided
to write j on for advice Received a
kind reply telling me just what medi
cine to take, ana giving other advice
winch was very valuable, and which, I
am sure, assisted much in the cure. I
purchased "Favorite Prescription" and
I soon felt much better, so of course con
I tinned its use for some time. I would
I advise every woman in poor health to
I write to Dr. Pierce for advice, as. he will
I take an interest in every case submitted
1 to him, and will send a kind letter m
I Respectfully jours,
Miss Nannie E. Kyle.
I To Dr. R y. Picice.
I The diseases which weaken and tor
I uieut women, may in almost all cases
. be cuted by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite I'rescriniion It establishes ree-
ulant, dries weakening drains, heals
inflammation and ulceration, and cures
"Favorite Prescription" makes weak
vvotnen strong, sick women well. Ac
th Piesbytcilan church next Sunday
Mr. and Mis. Iivin Palmer letuined
to Dlminock Tuesday, alter a few days'
visit at the home of Mr. and Mis.
Mis. K. T. Oakley Is visiting in New
York oily this week.
The W. I. C. society will meet at
the residence of Mis. A. H. Snyder
Wednesday at 4 o'clock.
Mis. Kena Feiner, of Binghamton, Is
visiting her mother, Mis. T. McCon
nell, in this township.
The ouiur people of the Baptist
chinch will conduct a box social at
the home of Miss Coia Bui ton, on Sat
in day evening of this week.
Hiss Eva Schlppeit has letuined
fiom .1 visit among friends at Bing
hamton and Chenango Folks.
Mi. and Mis. E. W. Brundnge will
give a Hallowe'en p.uty, in honor of
their niece, Mips Nellie Baird, of Nova
Hcotla, at their lesldence on Chinch
stieet, Oct. SI.
Special to the Sot anion Tribune.
Sprlngville. Oct. 2S. W. E. Eott hist
week began the work of lnlslng up his
house, piepai.itoiy to putting a cellar
At James T. Bakei's mill, a young
man named Keynolds was miming a
small circular saw, and had the mls
lortune to cut two flngeis from his left
Raymond Holler moved his lamily
and goods to Kdwnrdsville, wheio ho
has been vv 01 king during the strike.
Some of the men who went fiom heie
to 01k in and mound the mines during
the strike have returned home, while
otheis have held their jobs,
A. E. Tultle will stait tor Eos An
geles, Cal., on Tuesday next.
Mis. J. W. Price and children have
leturned fiom their visit to Harvey's
Ei nest W, Eolt expects to move back
Into town In the spring, and will assist
in iiiiinliig the quarry.
Any fanner wishing a sample of the
finest outs they ever saw, can have It
by sending a two-cent stamp to S. O.
Culver, Spiingville, Pa,
Mr. sjtiuppler has 1 etui lied fiom a
visit with friends ut Foster.
Prof. Hogors, Miss Chanibeilln and
Mlts Fauar, of the giaded school, aio
in iiltendniiie at the county Institute
Mis, Hymn Buckingham spent Mon
day night with Mrs, C. AV. Stevens, at
Mr, and Mis. John E. Ham will
occupy the Fuller house during the
winter. Miss Fuller und Miss I.ucy Ful
ler will boatd In Sci anion.
Mis. F, J. Peck, of Scranton, spent
sevf.ial days last week with her par
ents. Mr. and Mis. J. M. Bhodes,
new a. II. Colo left 011 Monday for
n two weeks' trip thuHigh Sluryltind
and West Virginia,
Mis. Bogeis, of Hnrloid, visited her
son, Pi of. E. B, llogeis, and wife last
week at the Hardenbergh home.
Oscar Klpp nnd Elmer "Williams aio
lecelving t ongratulutions fiom friends
for their success In The Tribune Edu
cational Contest, Oscar having finished
In thlirt place and Elmer In twenty
second. Suiciy these boys have tenson
to feel pioud of their summer' vvotk,
Mrs A, II. Williams nnd Miss AV1II
luins spent Monday afternoon In Sci an
ion. Itev O II, Cole, who has been suf
fering fiom neivous tiouble for some
time, on Sunday tendered Ills resigna
tion us pastor of the Baptist chinch of
this place. Acting under Ills phjsi
clan's ordeis, he will give up pleaching
for a time. The chinch accepted his
leslguution, which will take effect No
vember 23, with much regiet, us the te
latlons between pastor nnd people have
been most pleasant. Immediate steps
will be taken to have the vacancy,
caused by his Resignation, tilled.
cept no substitute for the medicine
which works wonders for weak women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should
be used with "Favorite Prescription "
whenever a laxative is required.
Clias. Boykin, of Acme, I.a., Concordia
Parish, speaking of his- wife's experi
ence, says !
I write you thanking you for the bene
fit of your wonderful "Favorite Pre
scription," and also the "Golden Med
ical Discovery," I find that your reme
dies have done more good than all the
others that 1 have used. I thought my
wife would die at times ; now am able
to say that through you and your medi
cine we have a fine boy two mouths old.
Weight three days after birth, 18 lbs.
It Is n wonder to the people to see my
wife going about with a baby. She is
able to do her own housewotk, can walk
six miles with baby without stopping
and feels as though she could stand all
day; so healthy, she can eat anything.
Ilcfote using your medicine my wife's
weight was 133 lbs., and now she is
weighing 175 lbs. she only used 12
bottles of your medicine.
My mother-in law, also my sister, have
been cured entirely of uterine tiouble
by your "Favorite Prescription."
Yours respectfully, C. Chas. Hoykiti.
To Dr. R, V. Pierce.
The first experience of maternity is
often followed by a quick convalescence
which gives no hint of loss of strength
as the result of the trying ordeal. Youth
with its tltidrained vitality makes for the
young mothers' health and happiness.
But later maternal experiences bring a
different result. The care of a family,
multiplied household duties, and vary
often weakness caused by womanly dis
ease, tend to prolong the suffering of
maternity and to make convalescence a
slow and weary process.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription pre
pares the wife for maternity. It pro
motes the appetite, cures nervousness
and sleeplessness, and gives a conscious
ness of buoyant health. It gives great
muscular strength and elasticity and
makes the baby's advent practically
painless. It is unexcelled as a strength
giving tonic for tliotbers during the
period of convalescence.
Weak and sick women are invited to
consult Dr. Tierce by letter, ice. All
correspondence is held as strictly private
and sacredly confidential. Address Dr.
K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
"Favorite Prescription" makes weak
women strong, sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
workswonders for weak women. This
r Prescription " of Dr. Pieice's is purely
vegetable and will not harm the most
delicate system. It is guaranteed to con
tain no alcohol, no narcotics of any kind.
Gil 'A'iV A WA V. No charge is made
for Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Jfed
teal Adiiter. It it sent FREE on re
ceipt of stamps to pay expense of mail
ing ONI.V. It is the best modem
medical uoik, containing- mote than
one thousand large pages of zaluablc
advice and information. .Send jr one
cent stamps f 01 the i loth-bound tolume,
or only 21 stamps for the book in paper
covets. Addict Dr. R. V.PIERCE,
Ruff aio, A". V.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City. Oct. 28 Come and help
Farmer Phillips husk his com, Friday
evening-, October 31, at the Presby
terian church, and get a big piece of
pumpkin pie, all tor twenty cents.
Doois open at 7 p. m.; husking begins
Dominlck Fadden passed nwav at h's
homo on Dunmoro street ut r o'clock
estcrd.iv alternoon. Mr. I'ndden had
been confined to his bed for several weeks
nnd the cause ot death was general de
bility. Deceased was born In Westport,
Itelnnd, and came to America when .1
young man,- settling In Olyphnut, wheie
he bus lived for the pnst fifty jeais He
was a quiet, mias-nnnlng man, .111 up
right citizen, esteemed by all who knew
him. Ills wile, tlnee sons and on daugh
ter survive him. Thev are M. F. Fadden,
ot Scranton: E. J. and William Fadden
and Mis. Ellen Murphj, of this place.
Tlio fuiiPiul will be announced later.
The fiiiieinl of the lata Mis. Jlary P10
bert took place Yesterday afternoon. The
lemnlns were brouclit here fiom Kingston
on tlio 2 20 Delaware and Hudson tinin
and conveyed to the Consiegatlonal
church, wheio the ser.ices wcic held.
The auditorium was filled with trlends of
the deceused woman. The services vveie
in charge of Uew T. C. Edwnids. as
sisted by Itcv. B. I. Evans, of Il.vda
Paris: Itev. It. S. Jones, of Pi evidence,
nnd Uev. ("Jooige Hague, of this place.
Dr. Edwairis spoke very feelinglv of the
Christian life of Iho departed, who, he
said, was "Ever with tlio Lord." The
floral oftorliiRS woio veiy beautiful. The
choir sang touchiimly. "Some Time We'll
Undctstand," "We Shall Meet Beyond the
Elver," and "Good Night." At the close
of tho seivlro, the lemalns vveio view and
later taken to I'nlon cemetery and Inld
at rest. The pall benrers vveie David
E. Lewis, U. J. J.jncli. David Moignn,
William Williams, Frank M. Wllllnnis.
and Diugfiist i. .1. Jenkins, of Hyde
Pa 1 It.
Voto for John It. Joidau, Itepubllcan
candidate for state neuntor,
Miss Nellie I'aircl entertained n few
friend? at her home on Dtuunore stieet
last cvenln, hi honor of Miss Ann Brad
lev, uf Wllliamsport. Tho evening was
delightfully passed In tho usual social
pastimes, and about 11 o'clock luncheon
was served, All departed for their homes
at a seasonable hour.
All tho barber shop? of this place will
closo today ut noon, to obseivo Mitchell
Mlrfx Maiv Miller, of Aichbnld. Is visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. Barbara Fcigusou, of
Mls May (lllhool, of Carbondale, Is
tho guest of MIsh Lucy Mooncy,,of Dola
T. P, Jones, of Set anion, was a visitor
In town ycsteiday,
Dr, and Mis, J, J, Price returned fiom
their wedding trip last evening,
A Itepubllcan mass mooting will he held
In the Father M lit how opera houso on
Saturday evening Ex-DIstiict Attorney
John R. Jones and Milton W, Lowiy
will be among the speakers.
An ndvornto of ociullstn delivered an
hniniiEtun before a small gathering of
people on tlio corner of Lnckavvanna and
Dplawaie stieetK last evening.
Ilobcit O'Connell, of flonesdnle, was a
callei In town yestordny.
The now Odd Fellows' building U near
ly completed. It Is eMcctec that the
hall will be finished by November 1, and
tho entire building by November 15.
W, 0, BrlsRS Iiub rented 0110 of the
storo rooms In tho Odd Fellows' building
and will conduct a milk depot
The membois of the Wllion Flro com
pany held a icgulur meeting at their
rooms last evening.
Vote for John It .Ionian, Itepubllcan
candidate for state senator,
A Republican rally In scheduled for
Pcckvillo In ths near future, Tlieie will
do a baud of muslo and several promi
nent speakers pusent. The date of rally
will be given later,
Theie is no school ut the tluec local
school, 011 account of Its being Insti
tute week, and the teachers are putting
In their lime at Scranton, attending the
List of letters remaining unclaimed In
tho postolllco at Peckvlllc, Pa., week
ending Oct. S3. 1003: l-adlcs-Mrs. Addlo
LewU. Gentlemen diaries White. II. C.
McOce, esq, J. D. Williams. N. Y. Cus-
tor1, esq. Foreign Donndo Mlano, Slcl
Ho Comlmo, Anna Sobolumeno, Jnn
Brlclder. Persons claiming the nbovo will
pleno any "Advertised," and glvo date, of
this list. U. V. Mace, P. M.
Miss Elvha Jenkins, of West Set anion,
who Ins been visiting friends hero for
the pnst few days, linn returned home.
Mis. Thomas A. James, of West Scran
ton, was tho guest ot friends III Nmtli
Mis. James Macklu, of West Scranton,
visited lelatlves In town, Tuesday.
It Is expected that tho school board will
lake some netlon on opening tho night
crlionl at their next nicotlng.
The nepubllean rally, this evening,
piomlsen to bo n great affair.
Mia. David T. Hauls, of Alhcilon
street, Is dnngciotisly III,
Mis, W. B. Owen and sons, Willie and
Allen, have 1 etui nod homo fiom Blooms
Vote for John B. Jordan, Itepubllcan
candidate for state senulnr.
Mis. Picket el, of Lacltavvnnnn, vlsltod
her daughter, Mis. John Bnslinm, Tues
day. Mis. John E. Dnvis iiltetndcd the funci
nl ot William Ruff, nt Old Foige, yester
Tlio Sons of Temperance will hold a
temperance rally nt the Methodist Epis
copal chin eh on Thursday evening. There
will bo a number ot 1 collations and solos
rendcted. Admlslon fice.
The Home Mission society will hold an
entertainment on Thanksgiving night.
Tills will bo a tieat for cverbody. A
good programme will bo rendered. Adults,
10 routs, and children, ." cents.
Tho Ladles' Aid society will meet at
tho home of Mis. W. H. Welter, on
Thursday afternoon ot this week.
All locals ot this place will parttclpaio
In the demonstintlon at PHtston today.
Many people of Avoca will tegrel fo
hear of the death of Thomas F. Herbeit,
In Scranton yestordny morning. Mr.
Herbeit was foimcrly a prominent mer
chant In this town.
Messrs. Doran nnd Parks attended the
theater last night.
Voto for John B. Joulan, nepubllean
candidate for state senator.
The marriage ot John J. H.iggeity, of
Scranton, and Ella McAndrew has been
anoiiunced to take place In tho near fu
Miss Nellie McCormaclc has returned
aftei pendlng two months In Livingston
Manor, N. Y.
Miss Bessie WtitMns is visiting in
Mrs. Buckingham and dnughlei, Ciace,
of Scianton, are visiting Mr. and Mis.
Miss Mamo Doian was a caller in
Vote lor John 13. Joulan, Republican
candidate 101 state senaloi. "
Itnlly Day was obseived hi the Pies
bvterinn Sundav school Sunday. A l.nge
number were in attendance.
Mcssis. Wlckhnm and AVedemun, ot
Scranton, spent Sunday evening in town.
Mcssk. William Doian and Tliomns
MoCoimlck have returned, after spend
ing the summer In New Yoik state.
The infant daughter ot Mr. nnd Mis.
Peter Wilson is sunoiisly III
Mis. M. If. Price, of Sci anion, is visit
ing In town.
.Mr. and Mis C. J. McDonald, of
Qloversville, N. Y., an- visiting telallvea
Mrs. John rinncll nnd dniiKliler, Kme
llne, havo letuined to Sviacuse, aftei a
visit with lelatlves in town.
Mr. and Mis C. C. Batteuberg and
daughter, Lucille, of Scinnton. spent
Sunday with the formei's jprents
Mis. M. E Judd has letuined fiom a
tluce weeks' visit at Apex, N. Y.
"The Emerald Isle."
A legitimate comic ope 111. "The Emer
ald Isle," was piescntcd ut tho Lceurn
Inst night by a company headed by Jef
ferson Do Angells. The opeia was the
last effoit of the late Sir Ailliur Sulli
van. In tact it was unfinished when
death cl-ilmed tho vviltei of so many
beautiful mmibeis, and his vvoik was
taken up and finished bv Edwaid Qei
man. C.iptnin Basil Hood did the booic.
Tho xceno of the onci.i Is laid in lie
land a century ago, and the stoiy le
volvcs nbout the supeistltlon ot tho Irish
people with icfeience to tho tallies. Tho
muslu is of a substantial chaiacter nut
usual nowadays in cntoitnlnineuts of this
chaiacter, and thoio Is an nlmnst entlto
absence ot tho light nnd ally jingles that
make for popularity In the modem comic
opeia. "Tho Kmeiald Isle" Is not an
opeia to bo whistled, it contains baldly
n suggestion of the meiry numbeis
lound in most of the other cffoits of Sir
Ai thin Sullhnn In tho lenlm of comic
It was a laig' and Inspiring audience
that saw the pi eduction Inst night, and
the company was superior to any UUo
oiganlzatlon seen heie for some seasons.
All of the leading roles worn most ct
tectlvely sung. W. T. Cailoton was the
loul lieutenant, nnd Edmund Stanle,
1'eunncn O'Biinn, a young lebel, whllo
Amelia Fields, Helena 1'iedeiick and
Kate Condon, icspectlvelv, sang tho lolos
of the Countess ot Now ton; Lady Itoso,
her daughter, and Molly O'CJiady, a
pensant gill. The choius contained tlili-ly-llvo
fine voices nnd they snug with
spirit and lino effect. The chorus Is a
conspicuous leatuio of tho opeia becauso
of tlio prominence, given It in developing
tho stoiy no less thnn becauso of Its
ability to sing. The opeia Is uithor
mcngcily supplied with solos, but has
many fine liumbeis for duos, trios and
It must be conceded, however, that tho
slur, Do Angells, Is not happily casl. Ho
mado nil ha could out of tho chaiacter
ot Plot, Bunn, a siiolllng vagabond, but
tho oppoitunltlcs aio not nuincioiis nnd
not of a chaiactor to enablo Dn Angells
to shine 11s ho ran shine when happily
situation. Ha mado a big hit with his
topical song In the second net, but n&Ido
fiom that did not scoio heavily,
The King; Dramatic Company.
At tho Academy of Music tonight tho
King Diamatlo cmnpiny piesent "Si
beria " Tills afternoon "Tho Clieuy Pick
ens" will bo lopeatid.
I.ntgo nudionces giccted both peifoim
nnees jesteirlav. The plays vveio: Mat
inee, "A Guilty Mother," and night,
"Bluo Jeans "
A Chnrmlng Sketch.
Those who tall to en Mr, and Mis,
Perkins Fisher in "Tlio Half-Way
Houso" at Dixie's theater this week, will
miss one of the most realistic ruial
character sketches ever seen upon uny
stage, Mr, Fishei, hi the 10I0 of the
temporal y counliy hotel-keeper, por
tmys tho quaint humor of the mini vvt
without over-doing tho business
Marlun Maiiola's opetatle sketch, "A
Maiden liom Mais," which nt Initial pei
foimunces showed lack of lehcaisnl, hus
been gieatly impioved, and Is uu umiis
Ing bit of noiibenso thut gives the. prima
donna good opportunity for lino vocul
effects. Lottie Luudou's sensational per
formance, of "looping the loop' continue)
to thrill the speetutois at each enter
tainment, and Is nu Important factor In
tho buiuier week at DIlo's.
"Hoclt, the Consul,"
Louis Maun shows that ho has full con
tiol of heait strings us well ns a comer
oil peoplo's funny bones. One Ilttlo piece
of tine diamatlc art comes near tho final
cm lulu of "Hoch. the Consul," Mr.
Mann's new comedy. Ho has wrought
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Only Half a Cent a Word.
FOB 11ENT-J15 7B, houso 627 Olive slipot.
jvr. Ji. Jtoigato, uommouwcnini mug.
FOB ItENT-One-hulf of double houso;
nil modem Improvements. Apply L.
D. Latham, 2J27 Bouleviud aveiiuo.
lS-For Bent Ton-loom house; excellent
neighborhood; nil modem Improve
ments, on avenue. Apply to B. P. Ham
ilton. 428 Bpiuoo street.
i?nn RAr.rv-tiinnTitit itliimnucl ilnn con-
talnlng D',i caints of finest diamonds
set in platinum, $240, cost In Europe over
$.100. Largo Hungarian opal ring sun omitt
ed with foitv-tvvi) lino diamonds, set In
platinum, $123. Three diamond and two
mines set In ring, $10. Clout's ring, "i
catat, $6.1. Tiffany, one cnint, $S0. 'lire
any, i'j cnint, 90. Tiffany, 1,5 caiat, $120.
Gout's stud, U4 catnt, $IHI ricnt's hoi so
shoo seal f pin, l',J caints, blue white gems
set in platinum, $17). Lndies' bioocb, ?
caiat, $11. Ladies' ear drops, lij carats,
$115. Ear diops, ono caiat, $i0 lay
seiow.s, ii caiat, $l" Your tnoney lmcU
(without argument) If not satisfied. "Wal
ter W. Wluton, No. 603 Mears bldg.
FOIt SALE-Second hand Biewstor
bioghum, steel Hies; owner has no
plnce to store. Lewis E. Morton, 113
FOR SALIJ-Ona hot nlr furnnco. tlnoo
mantel i nnd gns chundollors. Chniios
D. Sandoiso", 13G Wjoming nvo, Scranton.
FOIt SALE-Ono hot nlr furnace, three
mantels, gas chandellois. diaries D.
Sanderson, 130 Wyoming avenue, Scran
FOR SALE-About 20 feet ot desk coun
ter, surmounted wllh glass front ana
two openings, lower jKiitlon nicely pan
elled, with drawers and shelves under
neath. May bo seen at tho office ot The
For Sale or Kent.
FOR SALE OR BENT-Tho fi-stoiy brick
building, with boiler houso ntiacneci,
and long low of sheds for hoises. wag
ons, etc.; also lallroad switch suitable for
manufacturing purposes; latelv occupied
by tho Clock Tobacco Co. B. M. Winton.
Boom No. D03, Menis Building.
"Furnished Booms for "Rent.
FOR BENT Fi out furnished 100m,
Booms and Board.
PLEASANT 100111s with boaid for four
or five joung men. lnqulie l!"- Wash
LOST A watch fob with cold locket
attached. Finder will bo lovvuided by
retaining to 110 Wyoming avenue.
FOUND One mouso coloicd and one
blown cow; came Into the enclosuie
ot D. K. Oaklov, ISO Madison avenue,
Dunmoio. Owner cm have by pioving
same and paying charges.
Till: SOUTH SIDE BANK A special
meeting of the stockholders of tho
South Side Bank will be hold at the bank
ing houso on Monday, November 21th,
190-', betvvuen the boms of .1 nnd I o'clock
p. 111, to take action on appioval or dls
appioval ot tho pioposed inciease of tlic
capital stock of the bank from $"X,0u0 to
FRANK IU'MMLER. Secielniy.
ESTATE OF Christina. B. ZUlem.ui, de
ecaseil Letters icstamontiuy upon tho
abuvo named estate having been giantid
to tho undei signed bv tho legister of
wills of Lackawanna county, all lieisous
having claims against the estate nte le
qupstctl to piesent them, and those In
debted to the estate nie lequhed to make
Immediate payment to
FREDERICK W. ZI52LEMAN,
Adnilnlstintoi, Sciauton, l'a.
B. L. LEVY, Attorney.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
paitnoishlp between Moigan Davis,
jr., Geoigo W. Tappan and Edwin O.
Jones, who weio conducting their pait
neiship business under tho name of the
Co.ilmont Coal and Coko company, was
dissolved on tho twentv-second da of
October. A. D. IDO-', so far as relates to
tho said Moigan Davis, jr. A new 11.11 1
neislilp has been founed between Geoigo
W. Tappan nnd Edwin C. Jones nnd they
will conduct the business ot the Coal
mont Coal and Coko company under tho
same title until luither notice.
E. G. JONHS.
GEORGE W. TAPPAN.
NOTIC13 IS HEREBY GIVEN that nn
application will bo made to the Court
of Common Pleas of Lackawanna county
on the nth day ot November, A. D. lWU,
at nluo o'clock a. m. under the Act ot
Assembly of tho Commonwealth of Penn
svlvauia, entitled "An Act to piovldo for
the ineoipoiatlon and legulatlou of cer
tain coi potations," approved the Still day
of April, A. D. 1S7I, and tho supplements
theieto, for tho chatter of nn intended
cot potation.' to bo called "Tho Italian
American Citizens' Beneficial Society of
tho Uoiough of Old Forge, Peiina.." tho
diameter and object or which is tho
maintenance of the society for the piu
poso of furnishing to and piovidlug tellet
for membeis who shall bo slek and dis
abled by aecldont, and furnish menus tor
the Imiinl ot membeis nnd lor tho aid ef
tho families of such deceased membeis,
linm funds collected thcicnn; und for
this pin pose to have, possess and enjoy
all tho rights, benefits nnd privileges of
tho F.ild Act of Assembly and Its supple
menls. The pioposed ch.11 ter Is now oil
lllo hi tho piothoiiotiuy's otllco In sniil
couit. Number -lift, November Teim, 100.'.
WELLES .t TORRE Y, Bollcltois.
NOTICE is heicby given that nu applica
tion will bo mado to the envoi nor of
Pennslvanla on November 10. lOOJ. by C,
B. Manvllle, C, S AVestou nnd E. L, Ful
ler, under the act of assembly, enlltlid
"An Act to piovldo for tho lucoipointloii
nnd lobulation of ceitaln coipoiatlous,"
uppiovcd April 29, !S7I, and tho siipplo
uionts theieto, for the chattel of an In
tended 1 01 potation to bo called tho t'ai
bnndnlo Light, Heat and Power Company,
tlio chaiacter und oblect of which Is sup
plvlng light, heat and power bv means of
electricity to tho public In tho city of
Caibondale, and to lieisons, paituci ships
and loipoiatlons lesldlng theieln and ad
jacent theieto, as may drsho tho snmo,
and for these purposes to have, possess
and enjoy all tho lights, benefits mid
privileges ot said Act ot Assembly and
WELLUS & TOBREY, Sollcilois.
the audience up to a high pitch of humor,
himself totally uiinwaio thut ho hns been
foiled, Tho tables ttun, nnd lm finds
that It weio hotter thu ho should view
diplomatic notions fiom nny other place
than nt the couit of Caiinthia. Homo to
his adopted homo America, ho must go,
Ami tho feeling that J10 puts Into that
0110 line, "Home, I'll take ou homo."
shows his power over his llstcnois. It ts
a specimen of fiom "tho ridiculous to
tho sublime" and then buck again, for
ho convulses them with tho next few
Hues On Satuiduv afternoon and even
ing this latest laugh pioducer will bo soon
at the Lyceum
Coming Atti actions.
Henry Miller Is also coming to the
Lyceum soon In a revival of 'Heuits
en so. '
William Faveishuni and company will
piesent his new play, "lininudence," at
tlio Lveeum neSkt week.
"Lost, Itlvei" comes to the Lceum
shoitly, Tliu piny Is a big scenic produc
tion, written by Joseph Arthur, and takes
Its name Hum nu Indiana river which
dlsappcais iiiidciKtound. Theio uro sev
ciul tienicndqus dramatic elfcels, and a
number of comedy scenes which uro as
funny us a fuiee-eomcdy.
Accepted Tor Less
Tlnui 10 Cents.
Branch WANT Office
Want Advertisements Will Be
Becelved at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 F. M.
ALBERT 8CHULTC. cm per Mill
beny street nnd Weltsler live.
OVHTAV PICIIEL, u"0 Adams
UUO. W. JENKINS, 101 South
FRED L. TERI'PD, 720 Cedar
GEO. W. DAVIS, cnmci North
ilnln avenue and Mnikct
CHARLES P. JONES, 1357 Dick
son n venue.
F. J. JOHNS, D.'O Gieen Bldgo
C. LOREN55. corner Wnshlngton
avenuo and Mm Ion stieet.
W. H. KNUPFEL, 1017 living
J. G. BONC & SON.
ANTED-Agcnts to sell tea and cof
fee to consumeis. Positions pci ma
nont. Gland Union Tea Co.. 311 Lacka
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED At oiue an Al butcher. 0110
that undoistaiids the gioeciy U.ido;
nlso must fiitnish ictfienees; good po
sition for light man. Addiess ::0 West
Jrmket stieet, cltj.
WANTED-Driver for Model Lumdry,
BRIGHT Office boy, about 1.1 veals old
of good l.milly. Di. B.ier, nil Wash
WANTED A man to do plain cooking
nnd help tend bar at Chiippcll's hotel,
Ivi N. Main avenue.
WANTED-roity men at Tobjhanna,
Pa., to vvoik on guiding foi a 1 all
toad switch nnd clearing a piece ot wood
land. Call at (AT Mens building. Toby
hanna Creek Ice Co, C. C. Feiber, tieas
Help Wanted Female.
Opel al 01s
Efpei lencc d on
Muslin I'ndei near.
Steady AVoik. Good Wages.
Imperial Underwear Co.
Lackawanna and Jefferson Aves.
LARGE CORPORATION wants eneigetlc
Geneial Agent foi this county. No ,
boolcs, lnsiunnee, 01 cnnvnsslri'r. Ac
aunintnuco with mei chants nud manu
lactuieis nccessaiy. Peimanent. Bond.
State age, experience, loleieuces (list let
ter. Addiess. Suite 07.', No. 1001 Chestnut
WANTED a position to le.un ihy goods
01 clothing business, by oung man,
21 eais old; good lefeienre. Addiess
US Drinker stieet. Dunmuie.
SITl'ATlOX WANTED by a veiling gen
tleman as an oideily at an hospital;
has foiu months' experience; can glvo
icfeience. Addiess .T. J. K., geucial de
liveiy window, Scinutoii postofllce.
YOUNG ladv wants position ns stenog
niphei and typovviitci. lias had ex
perience. At lluoitv utter November 1.
Addiess Miss 11., Tribune.
WANTHD-Smnll luinlshed house,
chess Box COO, city.
THE MODEL LAFNDRY, Diminoie,
Inundcis shlits at 8c. each and cnlbiis
and cull's at l'4jc. cue li. Family washing,
1 cents per pound.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAFLDING. C. P. A., 21
Tiaduis' Bank Building Old 'phono 1SCI,
FWJDEIUCK L BROWN. ARCH W,
Real Estate Exchange Bldg., I'Jo Wash
Civil and Mining Eugineeis.
II. L. HARDING. !13 CONNELL BLDG.
STIJVENSON ,J"kN I oTlT, 720 CON
dr. c v. EiLi:Niii:nni:R. pauli
building, Spiucci stieal, Sciauton.
DltTcVc LAUllACII, HuTvYOMING av-o
SCHLAGUR & CO. 101 Coniiull Hulldlng.
PAT E N TS ??"
Tho only licensed and equipped palunt
sollcltoi In the. illy Nc ehuigv foi In
loimutiou 011 p iieut.iblllty, over ten
Rcplogle & Cn Clears Hlcig-.
Hotels nnd Restnurnnts,
THE ELK CAFE. 123 AND 127 FRANK
1 im avciiuu, Hales leasouable.
P .lt:(lLEIt, Piupilolor.
sorantonIioi's 1 :. nT:a i Co 7&vF,
Passengoi depot Conducted on tho En
lope.in plan Victor Koch, Pioprletor,
ATVrRlVlCiGS CLEANS PlflVY VAUITS
nud cess pools; no odor; Only Impioved
pumps used A 11 UriBe's. propijetoi
Lenvo 01 del s HOU Nuith .Main 11 venue.
01 Ekko's ding stoic, rumor Adams and
Mulbetiy Both telephones.
JOSUPH Kl'ETTEL. REAR 511 LACKA.
avo., Sciauton, in fin ut Wliu Sci ecus.
MEGARGBE BROS. PRINTERS' HUP
Piles, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Wuiehouso. 1J0 Washington iivenuu.
TIlEWILKES-BARBIl RECORD CAN
bo had In Sciauton ut thu news btund
of Rcismaii Bios, 400 Spiuco uud 5ul
Linden; M. Norton. $21 Lackawanna
uvc.; I. S. SchuUei, 'ill Spiuce stieet.
BUSINESS OPmiUMIEl RiSUSfilE
Only Halt a Cent a WorJ,
FOR SALE-llolol business ! hi"a Ttusiiltiq
reiuiH.vlvaiila town; lltst class In cvoiy
jespeel, cheap. Reason for Felling, ill
health. Addiess boc 91, HallHtcad, l'a.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS Wtltlw
out delay. Wilto for our special mar
ket letter. Freo on application. 8. M.
Hlbbnid & Co., mombeia N. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange, 44 nnd 44
Broadway. Now Yoilt. EstibtMtcd 1861.
Long Dlstnnco 'Phone 21Ss Broad.
: ' . ', . i
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN-
Quick, stinlght loans or Building and
Loan. At fiom 4 to 0 per cent. Call on
in. v. vvuiKor. 3H-;n council minding.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Doltvwnre, Lncknwnnnn nnd Weatern.
In Effect Juno 1, 110J.
Tinlns leave Seiantou foi Now York
At l.H). ;i20, a 05, 7.C0 nnd 10 10 n. m.; 1 J. 10.
3 40, :tUo p m. For Now Yoikiiind Phila
delphia 7 GO. 10 10 n. 111., nnd 1J 10 nnd n 33
p. m. For Gouldsboio At 010 p. m. For
Uuffalo 1.15, b 22 and 0 00 n. m., 1.63. ISM
nnil 11.10 p. re. For Binghamton. Elmlin
and way Btetlons-10 'J.1 a. in., 103 p. m.
For Oswego, Syincuso and Utlca 1.15 nnd
" ", i?: .'"! l-l" P- ni. Oswego, Syiaeusa
and Utlca tialn at C"J2 n. m. dally, except
Sundiiv. j.-or Montiose 9 00 a. in.; 101
anil 0 50 p. m. Nicholson accommodation
100 and 015 p. m.
Bloomsbmg Division For Nortlvumboi
Innd, at 0 33 nnd 1010 a. m.: 153 nnd 61U
p. m. For Plymouth, at S10 u. m.i 5.10
V. . v -llt
"" if. j or jjimua nnci way siaiions
10 20 a, in. Tor Binghamton nnd way sta
tlons, 9 00 a. m. Bloomsburg Division
Leavo Scrnnton, 1010 n. in. ami 010 p. m.
Xehlgb. Valley Railroad. ""
In Effect June 13, 1902.
Trains Leavo Scinnton
Tor Philadelphia and New Yoik via D.
6 H. R. R . at at 7,11, through Pallor Car
nnd Day Coach Caibondalo to New Yoik
and 9.17 a. m., with L V. Coach Carbon
dnle to Philadelphia, nnd 2.18. 4 33 (Black
Diamond Expioss). nnd 11.19 p. m. Sun
elovfl, D. & II. R, R 1 53. 9.17 p. m.
Foi Whll Haven, Hazloton and pilncl-
?al points in tho coal legions, via D. As
r. it. r., 7i, is and 4 33 p. m. For
Pottsvllle. 7.41 a. 111.
For Bethlehem. Easton. Reading. Har
llsbiug and principal intermediate sta
tions, via D. &ir, r. R., 7.41. 9.17 a. m.;
21S, 4 31(BIack Diamond Expicss). 11.49 p.
m Sunclnjs, D. is II. B. B., 9.3S a. m.;
1 IB. 9 17 p. 111.
For Tunkhannock. Towanda, Elmlra,
Ilhacn, Geneva and principal Intermediate
stations via D, L. & W. R. B, 0 33 a. m.
and 1 55 p. in.
For Geneva, Rochester. Buffalo. Niag
ara Falls, Chicago and nil points west via
D. & II. B. B.. 12 0.1 p. m.; 3 28 (Black
Diamond Expicss). 10 41, 11 49 p. m. Sun
days. D & 11. n. B , 12 03. 917 p. m.
Pullmin pnilor and sleeping or Lehigh
Vnlley Bailor cars on all tiams between
Wllkes-Baiio and Now York, Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN If WILBUB. Gen. Supt., 29
Coitlnnd stieet. New York.
CHARIES S LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt.. 23
Coitlnnd street, New York.
A W. NONEMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Ast..
South Bethlehem. Pn.
Tor tickets and Pullmnn reservation
apply to cPy ticket office, 09 Public
Sriuatp, Wllkcs-Baire. Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Collected to Septembei 16, 1902.
Stations in New Yoik. foot Liberty
stieet and South Ferry. N. B.
Tiains kavo Sciauton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Allen
town. Mauch Chunk, White Haven, Ash
lev, Wllltcs-Bauo and Plttston nt 7 30 a.
m', 1 p m nnd 1 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Expicss leaves Sciauton
7".0 a. m.. through solid vestlbulo tiniu
with Pullman Buffet Pallor Car for Phila
delphia with oily ono chango of cais for
Baltimore and Washington, D. C, nnd all
principal pemts south and west.
Cor Avoca, Plttston and. Wtlkcs-Barro,
1 p m. and I p m. Sunday, 2 10 p m.
For Long Blanch, Ocean Glove, etc,
7 "n a. m. and 1 p m. ,
For Beading, Lebanon and Hairlsburg
via Allentown nt 7.30 a. in , 1 p. m. and 1
p 111. Sunday. 2.10 p m.
For Tnmnqun and Pottsvllle, 7.30 a. m.:
1 p 111. and I p. in. , t .
I'nr late.s and tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BESSLER, Gen Manager.
C M. BURT. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schedule in Effect Juno 16, 1902.
Trains leavo Scinnton 0 ;s a. m , wool!
ilnv, tluough vestlbulo tiatn fiom
Wilkes-Raiie. Pullman buffet pallor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
x lllo; btops iit principal Intei mediate sta
tions Also connects for Sunbuiy, Bar
rlsbiug. Philadelphia, Baltitnoio. Wash
ington nnd for Plttsbuig and tho West.
9 17 a. m . week davs, 101 Sunbury. Hnr
ilslmig, Phllidelphlii. Baltimoie, Wash
ington and Plttsbuig nnd the West. .
IF 11 m. week davs, (Sundays. 1 5S P.
in)," for Simbilty, , Hiiii Isbuig, PhlkuhN
pbl.i. Bnltlmoie, AVnshlngton and Pltls-
'"'"S pn""rek day, th.ough vestibule
tinTn liom WUkes-Biuio Pullmnn buffet
pa loi cainiid coaches to Philadelphia vlci
I'nttsvllle. Stops at principal Intcimedl-
" n.lp'm.r'week davs. for Hazloton.Sun
buiv, linn isbuig, Plillnclclphln and Pitts-
lU"S' J B 111ITCIIINSON. Gen. Mgr.
J B WOOD. Gen Pass. Agt.
Belnwnro and Hudson.
In Elfeet Juno 10, 110.'
Tinlns foi Caibondalo lenvo Scinnton ni
Oil 7." ":'. 10 U a. 111: 12 01, 1.12. 2 11.
irlo! 5 29! 0 25, 4 21. 9 13. 10 01 p. m.I 12 18,
1 ror lioncsdalo-0 41. 10,13 n. m.; 2.11 and
5 Cor' Wllkc-BilllP-CP.1 7 41. S41. 0 17.
10W 11 ill.: E 01. 1 I-. -I. - 3, 0 10.
7iV0l","KPnMrolnt8-7.. 0 17 a.m.
S1,R'ol!3:ipe,,,,,,l,sVlvafta",R. R. Polnts-6 3
17 n 111 ; 1 12, " -s " ' ""' !' m'
rorAlbanv and all points mnth-7.36 .1.
in ''-'-',y,,.NnAY TRAINS.
Foi Cat bnndnlo 8 50, 11 C.i a. in ; 1 11,
3ro.r,"vnuoB,-l"rW n,: km. 111.
B"s. fi"..' and 0 17 P in. , .....
Vnr Vlbauv and points 1101 111- .id p. m.
I'or Honesdalu-SW n, m ; 1133 and j!3J
PYv" L PRVOR. D P A , ReiantnnriPn.
Etie Rith'ond Wyoming Division.
In Eltect Septemuer 15. 1902.
Tinlns kavo Semntem tor Now Yrfilc,
NLwbiiigh mid Inteiniedlatu points 'nlin
nn liavvley and local stations nt 7.20 11.
"VT'lloifwialS and Whllo Mills at 1 Jl
ITiiilin' ni'lvo nt Seinnlon nt IOCS a.-m.
nnd '.' 11 P '" i-it
Now Yoik, Ontnilo nnd Western.
Time table III Ctlcct Suildsiv. Sept. 2J, 10v.
NORTH IKJL'ND TRAINS. .
" I.cavo Leave Arrivo
No 1 .
No 7 .
Sciautuu C'niboiidilo. 1 ailosln,
.in .'.On m II 10 a 111 1 nop, 111,
. it 111 p iii.Ai.Caiboudala u I'i p ri
Leavu Lcuva Alllvi
Cudosla Cnibondali; Sciauton.
Oil) a in 7 21 n, in
.1 1. 1, t,i I ni 11 (11 i.e. tv 1,1
No ( .
SCNDAVS ONLY. NORTH ROUND
Leavu Leave Alllvi
No 9 .
No 3 .
Sciauton. camonualo. 1 anosi.i.
. b ao 11 in 9 10 n. in 10 41 1. in,
7 w 11 in .vi 1..11 iHiuciaiu 1 a v in
Leavu l.eavci AlTlva.
Cndoslu Caihoudalo. Scranton.
0 nu a in. 7 21 a. m,
4 30 p 111 0(hj l. in, 0 41 p. ill.
i', i,w Nns 1 011 week dn.vs. nud 9 011
Sunduvs tunni'ct for Nevy Yoik city. Mid
dletovvn, Walton, Noivvlch. Oneida, Os
wegu uud nil lolV, "' , ,k
Tiulu No 0. with "Qunker City Ex
picsn" nt Sciauton. via C. R. R of N. J ,
for Philadelphia, Atlantic City. Baltimoie.
Washington and Pennsylvania stato
See tlmo-tablo nnd consult ticket agents
for connections with oilier linos.
J. C. ANDERSON. G. P. A.. Now York,
J. E. WELSH, T. P. A,, Sctiinton. Pa.
Duncinv Trains ir0r Now York, l.ui), b.w,
0 0,, 1010 n. m.: IHO and 3 33 p. m. For
Buffalo 1.11 and 0 22 n. m.; 1.53, fa 50 nnd