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HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, NOVEJIBER 3, 1002.
HSPLAY THE QUALITIES OF
JIAIINUM'S HAPPY FAMILY.
Ocath of n Vetcrnn Show Agent.
Drowning Women Rescued by a
Horse Plenty of Work Ahead at
the Erie Shops A Vicinity Woman
Who Airs Her Troubles In tho
Newspapers News Told in Brief
Paragraphs The Record of C. Fred
Jpc.rliil to the Seranton Tribune.
Susquehanna, Nov. 1!. Farmer AVnln
wrlght. of Cascade, has u pet goat and
n pet. iti)p.v that tiro groat friends. To
gether they iambic IIhourIi the neigh
borhood dining the gout's snare mo
ments, when there uru no oyster cans,
floor scrapers, or otlier edibles Cor It to
The lingular behavior oC the gnat
Sunday afternoon attracted the atten
tion of tho runners, It ran to ami fio,
bleating plteously. and seemed half dis
tracted. Homo one suggested that tho
animal lioulit be followed. Th" goat
seemed to appreciate the fact that It
wis understood, and led the way to the
roar of the yard, where the puppy was
found In a pit ten feet deep. iiliiitit In
Its last struggles.
This, That and tho Other.
AV. J. Chuppelle, of Groat Tiend, the
veteran show agent, is dead at Leaven
worth, Kansas. Uo was one of the old
est and most callable men In the busi
ness, with a host i.f friends all over the
country, lie was heading, for the sec
ond season, the Lyman Twin la-others,
In "A Merry chaser." whe'i death came.
1 He is survived by th" widow, a son and
At the Steam Hollow' gas-oil well, in
Great Bend township, the drill, lost
some months since, has been recovered,
and iroixvling will be continued. It
Is sold that t hl-re is more gas than ever
The Susquehanna board of trade Is
making- an effort to have the next Sus
quehanna teachers' institute held in
Welling Porrlne. of Susquehanna, of
late master mechanic of the Rochester
division of the Kile, lias been appointed
master mechanic at Port .lei-vis, to suc
ceed Frank Tinner, who has been ap
pointed master mechanic of the Huf
A Sensible Opinion.
The contest la the Susiiuehnima-
Wnyno Senatorial district has become
quite lively. Four .years ago Senator
Ilardenburgh just pulled through with
a majority or 3!i,l. .Wayne county gave
t jlcelded majority against Harden.
git, though he was a resident, and
ti. jDenioeiats seem to think that they
can make a better showing there this
year because the republican candidate
is a resident of Susquehanna. Colonel
Pratt, however, is a very popular man,
and Is not only not likely to lose any
thing in Wayne, where the Republicans
are now well united, but Is quite certain
to run ahead in his own county. Phila
Matters in Brief.
Tho great Thompson trestle, which
was filled In during the summer, still
continues to seti.
Quite a colony of AVindsor people a
few days ago left for California, where
they will permanently reside.
The bell in the Susquehanna Univir
sallst church has been sold to the
Klin Hose company, No, 1, will hold
Its annual ball lit llogun opera house,
on Thanksgiving eve.
Messrs. Doud and Sellina have taken
charge of and will hereafter conduct
:m Canawacta house,
The Susquehanna Presbyteries will
soon begin "candldatlng" for a pastor,
tnjareocd I!ev. Kdwln ICUsworth iUley,
wmrhas resigned, to accept a call from
Grace church at .lenklntown, near
Rescued by a Horse.
At Moore's pond, near Starrueca,
Mrs. C'arnovan and her little daughter,
aged 3 years, were about to cross the
pond In a boat, when the little one fell
into the water. The mother, in her
anxiety and flight, upset the boat, and,
as they were alone, the chances were
that they would bo drowned.
Such would have been the case hail
not their horse, an Intelligent French
pony, which had been turned loose to
graze on the shore of the pond, (nine
to their rescue. It swam out to them,
and, when they had taken secure hold
of Us mane, struggled back to shore,
a tired but heroic pony. The animal
is inclined to bo balky, and he novo;
would pull anything but a light load,
but he Is a prime favorite now.
Matters in Brief.
Coal Is $G a ton In Susquehanna, and
wo arc but -thirty-four miles from tho
mines. Somebody's squeezing the dear
public. The commission will please
make a nolo of this.
Ellslut Kenyon, formerly and for
many years a resident of Susquehanna,
where he was an Kiie rallruad engineer,
lucumiy uieu ni .-sew jjecatur, Ala
bama, There are forty locomotives in tho
Susquchunini shops for repair,
Tho Lackawanna shop force at liall
iteud is being Increased. Tim Great
3end bruBh factory, which has been
die for some months, has resumed op
erations. Several citizens of iiraiult will apply
for a charter for an Intended corpora
Old Stories Retold.
People never tre of heurlng t ic oft
repeated story of tho success of (.'ham
beiialu's Cough Remedy. From all
over the country und ueu in far away
India, China and tho South Sea Islands
come letters 'from druggl .s and deal
ers, stating the raro pleasant they d.
live from handling a preparation which
ITlves such universal satisfaction, Thev
alllell tho same story of the undoubted
inerlt of this remedy, and of Us efll
racy In tho relief of coughs, colds and
croup, anjl personally lecomim-nd It to
their customers. The remedy Is sold cm
a posltlyo guarantee and has never
failed to Uo all that Is claimed for It.
? oi by all drutfflsts.
tion) lo be known ns "Tho Ib-andt Clay
Just Between Us.
Tho thermometer will soon be nn In
strument of high standing.
Nothing will so soon make a person
hot n r. cold treatment.
Frosts are generally dew before they
N'o man can appreciate what a moth
er feels tho first time she hears her
boy sneer at womankind.
In all secret societies theto are two
classes of members the workers and
the grumblers. Tho workers never
grumble, and the grumblers never
Xo matter who wins In a coal strike,
the public "pays the freight."
A vicinity woman has been airing
lier family doubles In a. newspaper.
She tins a card with tho statement
that "hereafter she Intends 'living for
her own husband.' " Whose husband
has she been living for heretofore?
In a notice of a wedding In this
county tho town newspaper stated that
"a wealth of syringes hung over the
happy couple's heads." Syrlngas was
probably Intended: but, ns the bride
groom was a druggist, tho statement
Is hardly Inappropriate.
The Oakland Congregational church
Is pastoiiess, their late pastor, Itev. C.
C. Atackay, having gone to Topeka,
Kansas, to accept of a pastorate. Of
ofllce-holders. It said .that "few die,
but none resign"; but It Is not so with
The Lackawanna train crews, that,
last summer, were transferred from
Ilallstcad to Seranton, have been sent
back to Hallstead, and our sister bor
ough Is hnppy once more.
Forty carloads of coal arrived hero
on Saturday. All remained except thirty-eight
The commission neglected to visit the
Unlondale coal mine. They probably,
like the geologists, believe that Forest
City Is the northern limit of the coal
The machinery In the Hallstead elec
tric light plant is being removed to the
The roorback- and the alleged Hopper
are the omnipresent, but fortunately
evanescent, nuisances of tho day.
Hon. C. Fred Wright will be returned
to congress by a handsome majority,
lie has made a splendid record In the
house, and the old Wllmot district will
show Its appreciation In a practical
manner. Mr. Wright has a clean rec
ord, la every respect, and he Is hon
ored -wherever he is known.
Special to tho Seranton Tribune.
Honesdale, Nov. 1. Services will be
held In the Presbyterian church on
Sunday morning and evening.
Lieutenant Raymond W. Hurdcn
bergh, of Company 15, Fourth United
States infantry, son of Auditor General
Hardenbergb, who has been at his
home here on a three month's fur
lough, left on Wednesday to join his
regiment at Fort Brown, Texas.
Robert K. Pattison and party arrived
in Honesdale Thursday, at 4 p. m. by
special train over the Delaware and
Hudson. Ills arrival created very little
excitement except among the school
children who were out in large num
bers to receive the distinguished visitor.
They assembled In the court house for
speech making and left town on the
5.30 p. m. train.
Friday evening, Nov. 7. the ladles of
tho Presbyterian church will serve one
of their popular church suppers In the
Coal has advanced fifty cents per
ton in Honesdale, as a result of the
miners' strike. A similar advance was
made hero after the former strike.
Chestnut, stove and egg are now $4.00
per ton at the retail pockets.
Go to the Opera house for the elec
tion returns Tuesday night.
Harlow ''and Wilson's Minstrels
always draw a large house In Hones
dale. They will be seen at the Opera
house on Thursday evening, Nov. (i.
There were many surprised and
happy people In Honesdale when tho
Saturday noon train arrived bringing
the soldier boys home.
County Superintendent David L.
Hower has prepared an excellent pro
gramme for the county Institute which
commenced Nov. 10 In the court house.
There w"s a large attendance of citi
zens at the board of trade meeting in
Town hull, Friday evening. A proposi
tion to Increase the Farnham Crush'
plant was the principal topic discussed.
The meeting adjourned subject to the
call of the president of the board.
Mrs. Richard McGlnty was run down
and killed by the Kiie train arriving
at Honesdale at 1.20 p. m on Friday,
between White Mills unil Hawley. She
was 70 years of ago and In company
with her husband was walking nn tho
track In the direction of Hawley, hut
did not heed the locomotive whistle,
She has daughters In Carboiulale and
Forest City and a son In Hawley, who
came to Honesdale, where the remnlns
were brought and took them to his
Inane. The parents reside with their
I'lilldrei: and were on their way to visit
Special to the Seranton Tribune.
Montrose, Nov, 2. Company G arriv
ed home Saturday afternoon from Oly
phant. Their coming was unannounced
so to many It was a surprise. There
.were however a number at the station
to give, the boys a welcome and all
expres pleasure at seeing them homo
Lewis tiottHteln, of Seranton, Is In
this place and vicinity transacting busi
ness, Kail Nash returned from Olyphant,
Snturdny after spending the week with
the company at camp Wyrkoff.
The Harlow Minstrel company gave
an excellent entertainment at Village
hall, .Saturday evening, and their street
parade at noon, was greatly enjoyed.
They are accompanied by a very good
bund nnd their comedians are of first
Mrs. Henry Fredericks and daughter
Helen, are visiting Mrs. Frederick's
parents, Mr. and Mrs, w. if, Dennis,
sr., at their home on .South Main street.
Carloads of apples ara still being;
snipped iroui mis place dully, The
average price paid Is about twenty-live
cents per bushel.
Election day looms up with Rcpub-
liean prospects much brighter thanj?ls sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold
ever, and t is safe to say that tho en-rWAVlft'to,. are the bt.
lire county Republican ticket will be
elected, while the state ticket will be
elected by majorities which will equal,
If not exceed, those which SusqUehunua
county hns always given,
Tho Roll Telephone company will soon
bo connected with South Montrose,
Dlmock, Sptingvlllo and other places.
Tho lines which are now In operation
hero arc giving tho greatest possible
THR TICkTtT0 VOTE.
It Is the First Column on the
Ballot You Will Get
FOR A STRAIGHT TICKET.
MARK WITHIN THE CIRCLE.
Samuel W. ronnypacker.
William M. Brown.
Secretary of Internal Affairs.
Isaac B. Brown.
Representative in Congress.
Senator in the General Assembly.
John B. Jordan.
Representative in the General
Judge of the Orphans' Court.
Alton A. Vosburg.
John Courier Morris.
Llewellyn M. Evans.
David T. Williams.
In the Second legislative district, In
place of Joseph Oliver will appear tho
name of John Scheuer. jr.
In tho Third legislative district, the
name of Edward James,
In the Fourth legislative district, tho
name of P. A. Phllbln.
The funeral of Mrs. David J. Harris
occurred from her late home on Ather
ton street, Saturday afternoon and was
largely attended. Services were held
at the M. K. church at 2.30 o'clock.
Uev. D. (', Edwards, Rev. A. K. Lowla
nnd ltev. W. II. Howells, ofllclated,
each spoke feelingly of the deceased as
n good Christian and loving- mother.
The choir of the Welsh Congregational
church of which tho deceased was a
member, rendered a. number of excel
lent anthems during the service. There
were a number of beautiful floral of
ferings given by friends and relatives.
At the close of the service the proces
sion wended Its way to the Forest
Home cemetery where Interment was
made. The Pride of Lackawanna lodge,
No. 18, American Protestant Ladles'
Association, of which the deceased was
a member attended In a body. The
pall-bearers were: Mrs. Fisher, Mrs.
Thomas Grifllths, Mrs. M. M. Williams.
Mrs. James Morris, sr., Mrs. Stephen
Davis and Mrs. George Hoofer. Tho
flower-bearers were: Mrs, K. L. Davis
and Mrs. ,T. B. Daniels.
Tho following were appointed by
court on Saturday to act as overseers
on tho various election boards of this
borough at tomorrow's election: First
ward Thomas G, Francis, It.; Kdward
Murphy, D. Second ward Homer
Jones, It,; Casper Frultlgnr, D. Third
ward Henry Neagll. P..; James Shea,
D, Fourth ward Lewis G, Lewis, It,;
Michael Murray, Jr., D. Fifth ward
Tallle Grifllths, IL; Thomas Gibbons,
D. Sixth ward First district, William
Lloyd, H.i Calvin Lynch, D.? second
district, William Williams, It.; John
All members who desire to attend tho
Young Men's Christian Association
night school are requested to be present
at their rooms next Tuesday evening,
Tho following is the programme for tho
remainder of the week: On Wednesday
evening, physical culture class meets;
Thursday evening, night school starts;
Friday evening, bible class study; Sat
urday evening, AVorkers' liund, and
Sabbath next, at 3,15 p, m bible study.
All young men are Invited,
Misses Mary and Jennie Kvans, of
Plymouth, who have been spending a
fuw days with relutlves In town have
Mrs. Douglass Harvey of New Jersey,
attended the funeral of tho lato Mrs,
D. J. Harris, of this place on Satur
day, How's This?
We offer Onu Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh Hint cannot bo
cured by Hall's Caturrli Cure.
F. J, CHUNKY & CO., Toledo. O
We, the iindeiblgiic-d. have known p j
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
111 ii ii ii' I nnl li li mi n)ni Kl. !..'. -
rria,i r " aoioia,
WAL'dINO. K1NNAN X-
Wholesale Diucclstu. Tularin
Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon tho blood and mui
cptis surfaces of the system. Tcstimonl-
! ,tiiicvti vuuiuiiia III nn )US IIOSS
tram-actions and financially uble lo chit?
out any obligations made by their iii-m
WEST & TH PAX. Whole 1.. n,'.,'ii ....
Would NoHnsiire Him,
Insurance Companies would
not insure the Rev, J. W.
Yeisley because he had
Mr. Yclsley was much discouraged till
a friend recommended Dr. David Ken
nedy'sFavorlte Remedy mid itcttrcdhlm.
yir. Yeisley writes :
"My kidneys and liver were in bad
condition unci 1 was anxious for relief.
I had tried many remedies without
success. 1 bought a bottle of 'Favor
ite Remedy,' which effectively proved
its merit. The best proof that it has
completely cured me is my recent ac
ceptance by four different life insur
The Rev. Mr. Yclsley is the pastor of
the First Reformed Church of St, Parii,
Ohio, and is as well tho editor of the St.
There is no question that Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is the best
and surest medicine in the world tbv dis
eases of tho kidneys, liver, bladder and
blood, rheumatism, dyspepsia and chronic
constipation, as well as the weaknesses
peculiar to women. It quickly relieves
and cures inability to hold urine and tho
necessity of getting up a number of timca
during the night and puts an end to that
scalding pain when passing urine.
It is for sale by all druggists in the
Now BO Oant Size and the regular
$1 .00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sample bottle enough for trial, free ly mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y.
Itr. David Kennedy's MokIc Kye finite for all
tUeiscs or luflaramatlons of the Eye. c.
"Hoch, the Consul."'
Louis Maun, one of the funniest men
on the American stage, appeared at tho
Lyceum on Saturday afternoon and night
In his new play. "Hoch, tho Consul." It
is perhaps incorrect to call tho piece a
play because such a remarkable mixture
of Anthony Hope romance nnd burlesque
buffoonery Is not worthy of being dig
nified by that name.
Tho whole performance from start to
finish Is Louis Mann without whose aid
tho piece would not last a week. Never
has an actor labored In such tcniblv un
congenial surroundings and won such a
personal success as Munn did on Sat
urday. Ills work was Inimitable from
the moment he first appeared on tho'stago
until the fall of the final curtain and ln-
shcer force of his own personality he
carried the piece to a fair success. And
how he did work! His every word, his
every look, his every movement meant
something and ho kept his audience in a
whirlwind of laughter.
His scene with thu stupid waiter Otto In
the second net for downright absurdity
and laugh provoking qualities almost
equals his famous scene at the telephone
In "The Telephone CShi" and there arc
other places where he simply compels
laughter whether his auditors will or no.
Tho company supporting him was fairly
adequate the work of Charles ITolton as
"Otto" being as flue n little bit of charac
ter work as bns been seen in this city In
some time. The scenery was elaborate
and the costumes beautiful.
'The New Dominion" Tonight.
"The New Dominion," a very strong
play, made famous by Clay Clement,
will be the opening offering at the Acad
emy of Music tonight, by the Huntley
Moore Stock company, an organization
which has become more popular each
succeeding year of the three which it has
They conio hero direct from Young's
Pier at Atlantic City, whore they have
had a long and succesiful run. Tomor
row (election) night "Poanoko" will be
presented and between tho acts returns
of the election will be lead to tho audi
ence. Elephants at the Dixie.
The simple announcement that tho
Loekhnrt elephants are at the Dixie the
ater this week should crowd that pretty
house to the utmost. Kvery child attend
ing tho matinees this week will receive a
beautiful souvenir photographic souvenir
of tho riaby Elephant. "Tom Tom." No
one can afford to miss this performance.
The doctors are beginning to recom
mend a trip to the Dixie as a tonic for
thu relief from almost nny malady. Tho
three Ltvingtons, America's greatest ac
robats, will create a positive sensation,
nnd with s-lx other acts tho bill cannot
fall to please. If you want two hqurs'
real enjoyment go to the Dixie.
On Tuesday evening next an extra long
performance will bo given at this theater
and running well Into tho woo hours. The
election returns will be read between the
acts, and those Interested can enjoy n
good show and walch tho election at tho
First Production for Seranton.
Tho first production on any stage of II,
V. Esmond's newest play, "Imprudence,"
In which Charles Frohman presents Wil
liam Faverslmm la his second starring
season, will bo mailo hero next Friday
evening, jov. 7, tno engagement con
tinuing for a Saturday matinee and even
ing performance. As the theater-goers of
this Pennsylvania city have always ap
preciated Mr. Frohmaivs presentations.
Ids selection of this place for tho first
night of ono of his most Important pro
ductlons Is In recognition of this fact.
Mr, Frohninn will como to Seranton to
give the first performance his personal
direction and will bo accompanied by
his complete working staff, Exactly tho
same production will bo presented hern
that will bo seen two weeks later in
Now York, when Mr. Favershiun bpglus
III-, engagement at the Empire theater,
Miss l-'ny Davis, whom Mr. Frohman
has selected as leading woman for Wil
liam Favcrsham for this lour, is nn
American girl who gained hor theatrical
experience and inndo her success In Lon
don, Shn was long the leading woman
of tho St. James and Wyndham theaters
In that city, nnd created a number of
Important roles there. Salo of seats
opens Wednesday at fl a. m.
Fred Irwin's Big Show.
lieglnnlng with nmtlneo lids afternoon,
Fred Irwin's big show begins an en.
gagement at tho Slur. It Is said tliero
ara more than thlrty.flve people with this
sliow. Tho Threo Itouays, the Salvaggjs,
Ilfson City quartette, Lester and Curtlii,
Waldron Itrnllier. and others, inako up
the vaudoville portion of tho programme,
and patious of Manitger Ileriiugtou's
liouso may rest assured that no better
singing chorus has over visited Seranton
with a burlesque attraction.
Matinee every day.
Interest in Current Events.
Wo all feel that; If we could but gel n
glance at the great coronation scenes In
London, tho Oriental scenes In China, tho
battles in tho Philippines or In South
Africa, and tho many other startling
events which are happening all over (he
world at this time, wo could undeiHtaud
their importance forever.
Sclenco has como to our aid In giving
us pictures of these events, and still bet
ter. It has enabled rnergetlo and fearless
men to sccuro moving pictures of these
Sir. Lyman II. Howe, the rccosnlzod
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leader of moving picture exhibitors, lias
t special facilities for securing the latent
and best pictures of the great current
events. Ho will show ids superb and
varied collection, on a much wider scale
than ever before, at tho High School
Auditorium, on Thursday, Nov. 0.
A very enjoyable Hallowe'en party
was held Friday evening at tho home
of W. J. McKelvey, the well-known and
hustling Insurance agent of this place,
in honor of the twelfth anniversary of
the birthday of Miss Anna McKelvey.
A generous supper was served at O
o'clock by Mrs. McKelvey. The menu
was as follows: Salmon sandwiches,
pickles, cheese, bananas, apples, lemon
ade, candies. Tho birthday cake, which
was ornamented with twelve candles,
brightly burning, was an object of
much Interest, and also of delight when
tho pieces found their way to the
guests. A huge Jack-o -Lantern occu
pied the center of the table, and caused
much merriment. It was found to bo
forty-two inches around, had threo
faces cut Into It, and was lighted by
an electric light placed Inside. The
table was lighted by Jack-o'-Lanterns
and small candles. After rupper the
guests, In charge of chief witch, Mrs,
AV. .1. McKelvey, and several minor
witches, visited Spook-land, encounter
ing many ghosts on tho way. They,
however, returned safely to the house,
with much shaken nerves. (James and
singing were then Indulged In, Tho
tricks were many and varied, as tho
boy who hit Into the peppered apple
and tho person who ate half of the
vlnegared one can testify.
The ladles of the lllakely Haptlst
church will serve a "Harvest. Ilomn"
social In the church parlors, Tuesday
evening, November 11, All are cordially
L. .1). Surge has resigned his position
ns superintendent of the Delaware and
Hudson collieries nt this place.
Evan Waters, of Round Mountain,
Texas, Is the guest of his sister, Mrs.
James MoNleol, of Jones street.
Miss Sadie Oaks, of Allentown, who
has been visiting .Air, and Mrs. II. H,
Hush, has returned home,
P. F, O'Malley Is home from the I'nl
verslty of Pennsylvania for a few days,
Miss Lillian Jenkins, of Lackawanna
street, Is visiting relatives at Provl
ilonco. Mrs. A. H. Syiuons, of Carbondale,
spent yesterday with Mr. nnd Mrs, C.
S. Lowsley, of Delawaro street.
Mr. and .Airs. J, M. Conway, of Phila
delphia, are the guests of Mr, and Mrs,
P. J. Conway, of upper Duuiiioru street.
Dr. W. L. Van lUihklrk spent yester
day at his homo In Taylor,
Misses Nellie Farrell and Llstsslo Mc
Glnty attended tho Knights of Colum
bus social at Seranton, Friday night.
"WAZJUOiS! Lvw lE
(J BISCUIT 11
Accepted for Less
Tliiin 10 Cents.
Branch WANT Qfflc33.
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Received at Any of tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. K.
ALHERT SCHtlLTC. rorner Mul
berry street and Webster ave.
GUBTAV PIC1IEL, 50 Adams
GICO. W. JENKINS, 101 South
FRED L. TEUPI'E, 7:3 Cedar
OEO. W. DAVIS, corner North
Main avenue and Market
CHARLES P. JONES, 15." Dlclc
F. J. JOHNS, 920 Green Rldgo
C. LOREN55. corner Washington
avenue and iturlon struct.
TV. II. KNEPFEL,' 1017 Irving
J. G. BONE & SON.
W A limit.' r. . . . -i.-""'.vx.
....iiinu-nKcnis to sen tea nnd cof
nent A?. c?n,s,"mc,R.V Positions norma-
-.,n k?na Unlon Tea Co- sn Lacka
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED An experienced electrical on
ii ,;IUJ01, 'H Rlakely borough electric
K,,,1' t once Apply to council
meeting Monday night. Nov. ::. or lo
lieorgo R. Reed. Secretary, Peckvllle, Pa.
AVANTED 25 carpenters,
Call ut DI5 Wy-
AANTLD-At once, bright young man
stenographer, not over 25 years of uge.
Address Hox 2SI. Seranton, Pa.
AAANIKD-Foriy men nt Tobyhanna.
.v., i ' i!, W0l",k ,on Biding for u rall
!.?.',! s"?,h uml clearing a pleco of wooil
:,. 11" ,at. ClK Mcara building. Toby
hanna Creek Ico Co., C. C. Ferber, treas-
Help Wanted Female.
AA'ANTED A woman to do general hoti.se-
worii. Apply nt 133.-1 Penn avenue.
LARGE CORPORATION wants energetic
General Agent for this county. No
books, insurance, or canvassing. Ac
quaintance with merchants and manu
facturers necessary. Permanent. Dond.
State age, experience, references first lot
tor. Address. Sulto 572. No. 1001 Chestnut
YOPNO lady wants position as stenog
rapher and typewriter. Has had ex
perience. At liberty after' November f.
Address Miss If., Tribune.
dress Box UOO,
Money to Lean.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO I.OAN
Qulck. straight loans or Building and
Loan. At liom 4 to C per cent. Call on
N. V. Walker. 314-313 Connell building.
LOST Gold AVutch. in lady's steel-head-
on eiiaieiamo bag, containing In addi
tion to watch a door-key, handkerchief
and 35 cents In change, on Linden .street,
between Washington and Jefferson ave
nue. AVatch can be identified by the num
ber of case and movement. Reward paid
upon return to Sell Hover's Studio, 110 W -omlng
LOST Left In cab Saturday night small
black leather purse, with chain at
tached. Reward for Its return to John G.
Hughes, 10 Lackawanna avenue.
LOST A black Angora cat with white
throat and four white feet. Suitable re
ward for his return to the resldenco of
Dr. A. J, Council. 722 A'lno street.
LOST A watch lob with gold locket
attached. Kinder will bo rewarded by
returning to -III) AVyomlng avenue.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. Sl'AHLDINa. C. P. A., 2J
Trudors' Bank Building, Old 'phono 1SUI.
FREDERICK L. HROWN. ARClT Ii"
Real Estate Exelmngo Bldg., 120 Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II, L. HARDING, S15 CONNELL BLDG.
H KN1QHT, 720 CON-
DR. C. E. IJILENBKRGKU, PAUL I
building, Spruco street, Seranton.
DR. C. C LAl'BACH, 115 AVYOMING avo
SCIILAGER & CO.. 101 Council Building.
PAT E N TSlWavi'8"
Tho only licensed and equipped patent
solicitor In the city. No cliargt. for In
formation on patentability; over ten
Itcplojrlc & Co.. lAlcar.s IMOk,
Hotels and Kestaurnnts.
THE" ELK CAPE. lNDlTwtANi
111) avenue. Ruled reasonable.
P. XIL'GLUlt. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., L. & W.
Passenger depot. Conducted on tho En.
ropenn plan. A'lclor Koch, Proprietor,
A n BRICiaS CLEANS P1UVY VAULTS
and cess pools; uo odor; only impioved
pumps used. A. 11. Bilggs. proptictur.
Leavo orders IITO North .Main avenue.
"Or Elcke s drug store, corner Adams and
Mulhciry. Both telephones,
JOSEPH Kl'ETTEL. REAR Oil LACKA,
ave., Scrantuu, infrs. of AVlro Screens
MEOAUOEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUP.
piles, envelopes, paper bags, twlao
Wurchoubc, UO Washington nyenuu.
TIIe'aVILKES.BARRK RECORD CAN
bo bad in Seranton at tho uuws stuud
of Relsmnn Bros., 400 Spruco and 001
Linden; M. .Norton. 322 Lackawanna
live.; 1. S. Schutzer, i Spruce street.
BUSINESS NDWIll RiftEHirf
Only Halt a Cwt a WarJ.
FOR SALE c'lininlnlx
plant, for mailing enameled Rleol lio
steads mid siirliius: no chills used mid nn
foundry required. Address Mfg Plant,
tare of Tribune.
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay. AA'rlto for our special mar
ket letter. Frco on application. 8. M.
Illhbnrd & Co., members N. Y. Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange, 41 nnd 40
Broadway. Now York. Eslnbllshcd 1S6I.
Long Distance 'Phone SWS Uroad.
THE MOD10L LAPNDUV. Dunmore.
launders shirts at Sc. each and collars
mid cuifs at l!4c. each. Family washing,
I cents per pound.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Dolawarcj Lackawanna nnd Western,
, In Effect Juno 1, H02.
Trains leuvo Seranton for Now York
"I. i.du, J..-U, u.uu. f.uu anil lo.io a. in.; is.w,
3.10. J.3j p. in. For Now Yolk ond Pliila-
dolphia-7.co. lo.io a; m and 12.10 and :i.:!3
P. in. 1-or aoiildsboro At 0.10 p. m. For
naffalo-l.lS, ti2 and 0.00 a. m.s 1.55, B.50
... ji.iu p. m. i-or Dingiiamton. Lamp
and way stntlons-lo.r. a. m.. 1.03 p. n
I-or Oswego. Syrncuso and Utlca 1.15 an
"' ?;.,,n-; l-" P- m. Oswego. Syrnctl!
2 , il Vna "''ll,i ut 0.22 a. m. dally, excel
inn R.io p. m. For Blnghnmton. Elmlra
and way stntlons-lo.r. a. nt., 1.03 p., m.
Sunday. t.v, m,-...!'.".'.,,' nm n , in:
i'L.6,50 .',- m- Nicholson accommodation
-4.00 and u.Ju p. m.
Bloonisbui-g Division For Northnmbor
nnd. nt 0 33 and lo.io n. m.; l.K! and B.10
": mA-I'or Plymouth,- at S.10 a. in.: .3.10
and 9 05 p -it.
Sunday Tr.ihis-For New York, 1.50, 3.20.
'l0-'- JO.IO n. m.j 3.40 and 3.33 p. in. For
T.tilTalo 1.15 and 0.22 a. m.; 1.53. U.50 nnd
"12 n. in. For Elmlra and way stations
:? ' " "' or Ulnghamton and way sta
tions, Ooo n. in. Bloomsbiirg Division
Leavo Seranton, 10.10 a. m. and 0.10 p. in.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect June 15, 10U2.
Trains Leavo Seranton
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
& H. R. R., nt at 7 II, through Parlor Car
and Day Coach Carbonrtalo to Now York
and H.47 a. m., with L. V. Coach Carbon
Jala to Philadelphia, and 2.1i, 4.35 (BUtelC
Diamond Express), and 11. ID p. m. Sun
'. J?- it II. R. R 1.RS. 0.17 p. m.
J-or A lilt5 Haven, Hnzlcton and princi
pal points, In tho coal regions, via D. &
II. r. r.,i 7.4i, .is and -1.23 p. m. For
Pottsville, 7.41 a. m.
For Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Har
risburg and principal Intermediate sta
tiotis. via. D.t II. R. R., 7.11. 0.17 a. in.;
8.18, 4 3.1 (Black Diamond Express). 11.40 p.
J"-o "'"lays. D. & ,11. R. R.. 0.3S a. m.;
1..-S. 0.17 p. m.
For Ttmkhannock, Towanda. Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intermediate
stations via D L. & W. R. R.. 0.33 a. m.
and 1.53 p. m.
For Geneva. Rochester. Ruffalo. Niag
ara Falls, Chicago and all points west via
p. & H. R. R 12.03 p. nt.: 3.23 (Blacll
Diamond Express). 10.41. 11.49 p. m., Sun
days. D.'& IT. R. R.. 12.03. 9.17 p. nt. j
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
rnlley Parlor cars on all trains botwesn
AVIlkcs-Bnrre and New York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN II. WILBUR. Gen. Supt., 21
Cortland street. New York.
CHARLES S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt., 2U
Cortland street, New York.
A. AV. NONEMACHER. Dlv. Pass. Agt..
South Bethlehem. P.i.
For tickets and Pullman reservations
apply to city ticket office, 09 Public
Square, AA'Ilkcs-Barre. Pa.
Central Bailroad of New Jersey.
Corrected to September 10, 1902.
Stations In Now York, foot Liberty
street and South Ferry, N. R.
Trains leave Seranton for New York,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem. Allen
town. Mauch Chunk, AVhlto tlaven, Ash
ley, AA'ilkcs-Barro and Plttston-nt 7.30 a.
m.. 1 p. m. iid 4 p. in. Sunday, .MO p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Seranton
7.30 a. m through solid vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Phila
delphia with only ono change of cars for
Baltimoro mid AVashlngton, D. C, and all
principal pemts south and west.
For Avoca, Plttston and AVIlkcs-Barro,
1 p. in. nnd 1 p. in. Sunday, 2 10 p m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.,
7.."0 a. m, nnd 1 p. m.
For Reading. Lebanon nnd Harrlsburg
via Allentown nt 7.30 a. in., 1 p. m. and 1
p. in. .Sunday. 2.10 p. m.
For Tamaqua nnd Pottsville, 7.30 a. m.:
1 i. m. and 4 p. in.
For laics and tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BESST.ER, Gen. Manager.
C. M. HL'RT. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schedulo In Effect Juno 10, 1902.
Trains leavo Seranton ti.XS a. m., week
davs, through vestibule train from
AVIlkcs-Barrc. Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts,
villo; stops at principal Intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Siinbmy, Ilar
lisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, AA'ash
lugton and for Pittsburg and tho West,
9. !7 a. m.. week days, tor Siinbury, Hnr
rlsbiirg, Philadelphia, Baltimoro, Wash
ington anil Pittsburg and tho West.
1 42 p. nt week days, (Sundays. 1.5S p.
m.), fur Simlmry. Hnrrlsburg, Phllad-jl-ulila,
Baltimore. Washington and Pitts
ning mid the AVest.
3"S p. m., week days, through vestlliulo
train from Wllkos-Bnrro. Pullman huftnt
parlor car and coaches lo Philadelphia via
Pottsville. Slops at principal Intermedi
ate stations. ,,,.,
I 33 p. nt.. week iltys. for Hnzleton, Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pltts-
lU"' J. B. HrTCfllNSON. Gen. Mgr.
J. B. AVOOD. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
Ill Effect Juno IS, 1902.
Trains for Curbondalo leavo Seranton nt
fill. 7.3U. K.3H. 10.13 a. in.; 12.03. 1.12. 2.11.
H.fifl. 5.29. 0 23, S.2I, 9.15, 10.01 p. m.; UUS.
"Korllo'ncsdalc-fi.H, 10.13 a. m.; 2.11 and
r''For' Wllkes.Barre-0.3S. 7.11. 8.11. 9.t7.
10.53 a. lit.: 12.0.1. 1-12. 2-1S, 3.23. 4.35. 6.10.
7 4S 10.11. H.4!l p. 111.
For L. V. R- R- Polnts-7.41. 9.17 a. m.
n is. 4.33 nnd 11.49 p. m.
For Pennsylvania It. R. Polnts-0 33
9 17 a. in.'. 1-12. U-2S nnd 4.33 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 7.30 a.
m. nnd 3.50 P- m.
111. nun Bl;xDA' TRAINS.
Fnr cnrhoiidnlc 8.5t, 11.3:1 a. m,: 2J,
3 50. n.W and 11.17 p. ill.
For Wliaes-iiiii iu i-.uo it. in.; 1.-.HJ, irp5.
3.2S, U.32 and 9.17 n. ni.
For Albany and points north 3.50 p. in.
For iloncsdalo-SCO a. nt.; ll.ut.aiul 3 53
Pw!'L. PRYOR. D. P. A.. Seranton. P.i.
. , , i i .
Erlo Railroad Wyoming Division.
In Effect September 13. 1902..
Trains leavo Seranton for New York,
Ninvburgh anil Intcimeillato points, aim
tor Hawley and local t-tatlons at 7.20 a.
m. and 1.33 p. m.
For Houcsdalo and AVhlto Mills at Ml
''"Trains arrive at Seranton at 10.38 n. "m.
and 9.15 p. in.
New York, Ontario and Western.
Timo table In cll'ec-t Sunday, Sept. 23, 19QX
NORTH llllL'ND TRAINS.
Leavo Leavo Atrtvi
Trains. Seranton. t'arbgiidalo, Cadosla..
No. 1 10.30 a in. ll.loa. m. l.mt p. in.
No. 7 Ulan. in.Ar.Curbniulale U.40 pan
SOUTH BOUND. V
Leavo Leavo Al'rjfa
Trains. Cudosla- Carbondale. Fcrantou.
No. II , ., II Wit. 111. 7.25a. m.
No. 2 2.13 p. 111. 1.00 p. 111. 4. 13 p. in,
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND,
Leave Leave Arilvq
Trains. Scrantoij. Carbondale. Cadosla.
No. 9 8.30a.m. 0.10 a. in. 10.43 n.-m.
No. j 7.uop. m. Ar.Carbondalo 7.13 p.m
SOUTH BOUND. '
Leavu LeavQ Arrlva
Trains. C.idosla. Carbondalo. Seranton.
No. (1 li.5Du. ni. 7.25 a. m;
No. 10 4-3itp. in. lilts p. m. ii.43p. m.
Trains Nos. 1 on week days, and 0 on
Sundays canned lor Now York city. Mid
dlctowti, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Os.
wego and all points west.
Train No. 0, with "Quaker City Er.
muss" at Seranton. via C. R. r. of N. .1
for Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Ilaltlmort
AA'ughlngtou uml Pennsylvania stato
See tlmo-tablo and consult ticket agents
for connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDERSON, fi. P. A.. New York.
J. 13. WELSH, T. P. A., Serantem. p.