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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1902.
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Special to tlio Sli anion liibuno
Pittston, Dec 1 Af tci a senke of
one je.u in the employ of (liocei Wil
liam Diuiv, as te.imstti, AVlndhOi
Jones, of the Tenth waul, his leslgnod
his position and has accepted one .is
solicitor with JJaus Biotheis fiiocei,
to) uhom he woiked as teanistcn foi
nine jeaio, pievious to enlcung the em
ploy of Hi. Dim .
A laiRc numbei of 1'ittt.tonlans at
taidPd the funeial of AVillluin AYobtt,
nt Avora, Sumlav .llteinoon.
Tlio Ciackeijack basket ball team, uf
Suanton, will pla the PIttston team
in Khbj's lin.ll Monday exenlng- A
Inst contel is looked toi The Pitts--toulans
h.ue not lost a qanm this sen
son Tile business men weic seiloush
handicapped Situidaj night duilnir the
busiest homs between b and 9 by the
u.tinKushlng ot the electiie lishts. The
whole town wns in daiknc-s loi about
an houi, and the business men woie
compelled to lesoit to candles and oil
lamps, o-vceptlnp: those places which
veie piovldcd with Kas burnei
Auditois John V. Neaiy, John Bil
bow and Patilek Mulcahj, of PIttston
township, weie betoic Judge Wheuton
in comt at AVilkes-Bano Sattiulny and
flntd $100 each foi lefusins to audit the
accounts ot Tieasmeis Pannlck, Reap
and How lev, as oideied iccently by tlio
The Baptist Young- People's union ot
the Wjomlns: association, will hold its
annual meeting In the Flist Baptist
chuicli heie on Tuesday, Dee, .'. The
following pi oki amine will be canted
out: Afternoon session p. in,, somj
and piaise setslce, ltd by Geoige n.
Mason. -30 p. m, u woid ot gieeting,
Ittv. Bobcit Holmes, .13 p, in, Sciip
tme exposition, "The Seimori on the
Mount," Itev. H. P. a. McGee, J 13 p,
in., business, election of nfllceis, etc.
3 J3 p, m, papei, "How to lmpioo the
Sickness steals more sa iugs tlian the
burglar. Slowly, eoia by coin, the
money that has been so hardly earned
is paid out for dings ami doctors.
Sickness is the worst enemy of the work
ing man, and the common cause of the
working man's sickness is disease ot the
stomach often imolving the heart, lungs,
her, or kuluejs.
The use of Dr. Tierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery will stop the stealing of
the bavings by eickuess. It cures (lis
eases of the stomach and other orgaiiB of
digestion and nutrition. It cures dis
eases of heait, livei, lungs, kidneys, etc.,
when these diseases are cuused by the
diseased condition of the stomach and
its allied organs.
"About ten jenrs ago I begju to have trouble
with my stomach," writes Wiu Couiiolty, pi WS
Walnut Strut, l.oram, Ohio, "It Rot no bail I
bad to lay off iiulte often to ami three iiabii
a week, my slouuili would bloat, uiul I yvoula
belch tip ga, ami was in awlul Uiitret at suctt
times. Uiave ciuplocd auU been treated by
the best doctor m tlie city but got no help
whatever. By tome way oi other I happened to
Ket bold of avial of jour ' I'ellcts.' and 1 thoueht
thev lielpcd me. It v then I vtrote to ou for
udice You told methat by tuy symptpiu' ou
tliouuht I had liver couiplalut. aud advised the
me oi your 'Golden Medical Discovery" aud
'1'leasaut Pellets' in couurclion. The: uiedl
clues I have taken directed, aud am very
happy to stale that I commenced to get belter
from the start und have not lost a day Ibis
summer on account or my (.tornach. I feci tip
top, aud better thau I have for ten year "
Accept uo substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery," Nothing else is "just
Dr. Pierce's Pleasaut Tellets regulate
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THE CHILDREN ENJOY
11 fc out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoy
ment which they lecclve and the efforts which they make, cornea the
greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their
happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which 1
k'lvcn to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs
on which it acts, (should be such as physicians would sanction, because its
component parts are known lobe wholesome and the remedy itself free from
every objectionable quality. 1hc one remedy which physicians and parents,
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,
because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is
Syrup of Figs and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should
be used by fathers and mothers.
Sjrup of Figs in the only remedy which acts gently, plcusantly and
naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the
system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results
from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against
which the chlldtcn hhould be so carefully guarded. If you would have them
grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give
them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs
assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and
gentle Syrup of Figs.
Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the
laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but
also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of
the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal
ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. The genuine article may be
bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle. Please
to remember, the full name of the Company
........... CALIFORNIA FIG SYR.UP CO. is printed on
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Soel.ibllitv ot Our Young People," Itcv.
O. G. Laugfoid d 30 p. m , pnpei, "How
to Impiove the lieneiosltv of Out
Young People," Tj Ij. Zhoi a v. 4 03 p.
in, p.ipei. "How to Improve the Woik
ing Ability o Oui Young Peoiile," Ilev.
H. C Muiphy. i 20 p in, discussion,
led by Rev. Gllbeit Xoith. Adjouin
ment. livening session 7 "0 p m , song
and prajer, led bv Rev. Cliarles Km
bipy. S p. nu, addi ess, "L.ooJting To
w.ud the Kutuie," Rev. Junies Rainey.
S 20 p. in, nddiess, "Shammnh Stand
ing by His Patch of Lentiles," Rev. II.
S Pottei, D. D. Adjournment.
The Painters' union celebiated the
annheisaiy of their oiganization Fii
daj evening with a social and enter
tainment Chief of Police Loltus, of PIttston,
lecelved infoimation esterdav of the
death in Pittsbuig of ,i jounjr man
named Tliomts The man claimed to
he a son of Geoige 11 Thomas, of West
PIttston, and said he had a bi other ic
slding In "West PIttston. He had died
suddenly in that city. No ti.ice of his
lelathps could be lound b the police
F. II. Bankei, the teal estate dealer
of this city, has just returned trom a,
visit lo his lice plantation in Louis
iana. Dining his stay theie Mr. Bank
er and two other gentlemen capttued a
live alligator measuiing seven feet.
The leptlle is safely (aged. The paity
discoveied an alligator hole on he
fnim. Aimed with a twelve-foot pole
with a stout lion hook on the end they
visited the place. The hook wns shoved
into the hole in the mud and came In
contact with the alligutoi. The three
men pulled on the pole, but the alliga
tor retained a tight hold and finally
the hook was bent stiaight. The polo
was withdiawn and with stones the
men bent the hook back into piopei
shape and made another stab at the
alligator, finally bilnglng its head out
of thi mud. A noose was slipped over
the head and nlligatoi llrtally landed
sately In n cage.
Mis May Staley has leslgned her
position aw sopiauo soloist In the Pies
bjteiian chinch choir, with which she
has been rngaged for thr- past nlno
Hdg.u Piohjn letuined to this city
this alleinoon fiom New York city,
wheic he Ii.ir been employed for the
past font or five months with the In
U i national fe'ihool of Correspondence of
Roheit Smiles leaves tomorrow foi
Mexico, wheie ho has secured woik,
Mr, riinlles' health has been inthor poor
of lute and lie chnngCH his place of
lesldence In hopes of imptovlng his
Udsall & Clausen, the Duijia. moo
ds, havi nui chased ti fine new (cam
Richaid Owen, son of the litu John
Owen, foimeily a icsldent of tills city,
was killed in tho mlncH at Douanre
ton Patuiduy ufteinooii, The lemuliis
will be bi ought to thl i clly lor Intei
Owen l.ougliiiey, aged 7J yeaif, died
fSaturduy night ut his home ut Drown
town. He had been a lesldent of this
city for the past ilfty years. Tlio fu
noi. il will take place Tuesday morning
with Intei nient In Maiket stieet eein
eteiy, John J. MoDermoit, of Susquehanna
avenue, West PIttston, died yesterday,
uged CJ yeais. Up to twelve jears ago
deceased hud lived In Now Yoik city,
wheto he hud been a member of the
police dcptutuieiit tor nineteen yeais,
The funeial will tako puce Wedni's
day moinlng with intei ment in Mai
ket stieet eemeteiv,
Membeis ot tho "Red Cafe" theater
company, which appeared In this city
Thanksgiving Day, lime t-en ieheas.
Ing heie for the past tow dau ami
leave for Canada tomorrow, The com
puny gave Its Initial pet fonnance heie.
Miss Max giu et Joyce, who has been
employed us a rleik with Antrim &
Co. for the past few yeais, has accept
ed a position with the Isaac Long store
A, h. LeGrand, supeiintenderit at the
llxetei Maililne woiks, left this moin
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lng for Washington and Baltimore,
looking after business affairs for his
Rev. John Bender, late of Tamaqua,
preached his first seimon as pastor of
St. Peter's L.uthei an chinch, Seran
Dining a Satmday evening sciap on
Noi th Main street some one was shov od
tluough the plate glass window of
Special lo the Scianton Tribune
Monti use, Dec. 1. Fumk S. Gieen
wood, ot Ljnn, was a cillei In town
Wis. A. r. Von Tobel's biothei, Mr.
Diuckenmiller, who, In company with
his father and mother, weie visiting
at the Presbyteiian paisonage, was
taken ill the latter pait of last week,
and Sunday moinlng the physicians
pionounced it a case of diphtheiia.
The family weie Immediately quatan
tlned and all the nccessaiy inecau
tions weie taken to pi event a spiead
of the disease. Services at the Pies
byterian chuich in the moinlng' weie
held under the chaige of Mr. Mc
Keage. and in the evening the Chiis
tlan Dndeuwor meeting alone was
Messis. Aithur Smith and Maicia
Ilcclden have accepted positions in the
Scranton car shops
Fied Booth, of Fotest Lake, was In
Robett Ravnsfoid, a student in Cor
nell unlveislty, Itliaca, spent Thanks
giving at his home in this place.
Hairy Hinds, of Haifoid, spent
Thanksgiving vvitli his patents, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonaid J. Hinds.
Miss Bessie Cojle, of Jonas Long's
Sons' store, Scranton, spent Thanks
giving at her hotpp in this place.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lindsay and chil
dren, of W.vomlng, spent Thanksgiving
with Mrs. Lindsay's patents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fiiend Hollister, on Lincoln ave
nue. Miss Maigaret Shetidan, of Nichol
son, Is a guest ot her sister, Mis. T. F.
Miss Lillian Tltswoith, who Is at
tending the Sytacuse university, has
been spending the Thanksgiving vaca
tion with her patents Mi. and Mrs. D.
Stanley Willetts, of Monti eal, has
been a guest of Mrs. Pauline Lusk, on
Lake avenue, for sevei.il days.
M. V. BIsbee and family anticipate
lemoving tiom near Jones' lake to their
liousa on South Cheny stieet, In tho
Walter G. Benedict, a popular young
man ot this place, and Miss Geitiude
Davis, of Olyphant, weie united In
munlagu by the Rev. J. R. WInans, at
the latter place, Thuisday, November
20. Mr. Benedict 1s a sergeant In Com
pany G, which was jecently stationed"
at Olyphant, and it was there he met
tills Uiaimlng young lady. They will
leslde In Monti ose.
Tho court of common pleas adjourned
last week to meet Wednesday, Decem
ber S, nt 10 o'cloik n. m.
Many lieieabouts nio planning to at
tend the teacheis' exclusion to Wash
ington, D. C, which staits Monday,
December 1ft. Tho excursion Includes
an eleven days' stay In that city, ex
clusive of time in tiansit, with stop
over pilvlleges In Philadelphia. The
lates aie unusually low.
Miss Nellie Keenii, stenogiapher in
the jeglster nnd lecoidci's olllee, is
much Impioved, after being ill for a
The lemahis of Mis, James Doyle,
whoso death oecuiied suddenly In
Scianton, weie lnoiisht hero Wednes
day evening and taken to the home of
her fathei -In-law, John Doyle, op High
street. The funeral was held from Kt,
Muty's church Pilday moinlng at 10
o'clock, Rev, A r. Uiodrlck officiating,
Interment was made hi the Catholic
Miss Kathailne Hayes died after a
long Illness of pneumonia Fiiday moin
lng at 9 o'clock at tho homo of her sis
ter, Mis, L. M. Baldwin, on Spruce
stieet. Interment Monday moinlng In
the Silver Lake cemetery, Rev, A, r.
RiidricU conducting the sei vices.
About lltty dollniH was netted by the
Junior uiixlllai y of St. Paul's Bplsco.
pal chinch fiom the piesentntlon of the
two faices, "Mr. Shakespeaie at
School" and "Per Telephone," which
weie excellently icndered at Village
hall Thanksgiving night.
A, S. Pa j ne's house, on P.uk stieet,
',BHtiHi : -,"
K. V ie...v'
which ItaB been occtinlcd by Jerome
Shannon and family for sevetnl
months, wns burned to the giound Sat
uiday moinlnir. Tho fire wns dlscov
uicd nt about 1.45 a. in., the smelt of
smoke nnd crackling of burning; wood
mousing them fiom their sleep und
thty baiely escaped with their lives.
It was necessary to ptotect the neigh
boring buildings fiom the flames ns n
hi Ink wind was blowing nnd the lire
men had all they could do to keep the
Humes fiom spi ending. The building
and contents wcio both lnsuind.
tipecliil lo tho Bcianton Tribune.
Hamilton, Dee. 1,Mtn. Thomas Cook
hns lettitned fiom llavvlpy. whore she
ni the guest of her son, Dr. L. P.
Miss Alice Itamlln. ot Wyoming sem
inary, wheie rholthlokl100ijgfflll SHU
Inary, spent her ThnntsglvlnB holiday
with her pnienN, Mi. and Mis. 13. V.
Hnioid nnd Beitiani Wright, of
Hcrnnlon, was the guest of their bt oth
er. C. II. Wtlght, Thanksgiving day.
Mi. and Mrs. O. A. Clearwater, ot
Scranton, spent sovcial days last week
with the hitter's sister, Miss D. C. Ham
lin. Mlllaid Spangenbuiy, of Scranton,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mis. C. R.
Spangenbuiy, on Thanksgiving.
Hail Williams, of Scianton, spent
Thanksgiving with his paients, Mi.
nnd Mis. S.inford Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Olver weie cn
tci tallied at Thanksgiving dinner by
Mr. and Mi. G. U. Cuitis.
Mr. and Mis. II. M. Simons, of Scian
ton; Mr. and Mis. Siinfoid Williams and
C. L. Simons nnd lnmlly, were entoi
talned at Thanksgiving dinner by Mr.
mid Mis O. XV. Simons.
If. L. Nash and Geary Hlliott visited
New Yoik city on Thanksgiving, via
Life ralhoad exclusion.
II. F. Nicholson has returned fiom
Pike county, whcio he spent scveial
days hunting deer.
Chat lea Gillette has sold his faun to
Bjron Simons nnd will dispose ot hay,
tools, stock, etc , Wednesday, Decem
ber 3, at public sale.
Rov. J. E Biodheud, of Jeimjn,
preached Sunday ev cnlng In St. John's
Mis. P. A. Oichaid has been visiting
iclatives In Scianton for the past
Special to the Scranton Tribune
Factory vllle, Dec. 1. The funeral of
the late Martin N. Reynolds was held
at tho Baptist church last Friday
morning. Mr. Reynolds was a life-long
lesident of this town and a highly es
teemed man. Ho is survived by a
widow, four sons, Abel, Geoige, Fied,
How aid, and two diuighteis, Mis.
Biomley Smith and Mis. Loien Fab
sett, all lesidents of this place. Cap
tain L J. Rice post, G. A. R of w hlch
Mr. Reynolds was an honored membei,
conducted the sei vices at the giavo.
Mrs. B. J. Ci Ismail is visiting her
lelatives in Hainesbuig, N. J.
Mr. How aid Capwell and sister, Hel
ena, spent Sunday with BInghaniton
Mis. Bessie Ruppicteh is spending a
few dajs with her husband in New
Mi s. W. C Wi igley has mov ed f l om
Bunker Hill to his own house in town.
Mr. John N. Capwell, of Scianton,
was in town last Sunday.
Mi. riancis E Tiansue, ot Lacey
vllle, the gland mastei's deputy of the
Rebekah's State assembly, will install
the offlceis of Paulowna lodge, Daugh
teis of Rebekah, Tuesday evening, Dec
2, at their tegulai meeting. All mem
beis me lociuested to be pie-ent.
Mis. J. G Capwell, who lias been o
seiiously 111, is much bettei at this
Mis. Solomon Turner is still -veiy
ciiticnlly ill and ery little hope Is en
teitalned for her lecoveiv.
Special to the Scianton Tribune
Wyaluslng, Pa., Dec. 1 Miss Sabi a
Poiter, of Saie, Islted her mothct,
Mis Poiter, a few dajs last week
Mr. T. B Hines, of Scianton, spent
Thanksgiving with his mother in this
Mis. Thompson, of Dushoro, letuined
to her homo after spending tho sum
mer with her daughter, Mis. E. D.
Mr. Mai tin Stalfoid spent last week
with fi lends at New Yoik cltj.
Miss Evalyn Lane, of Scianton, spent
Thanksgiving with Miss Maijoile Bun
nell. Mr. and Mis. Frank Mitten, of Sayie,
spent Sunday In town with iclatives.
Miss Lyclna Guyloid, of Towando, is
spending the week In town.
Miss Lois Teiry gave a party Fiiday
evening at her home on State street,
Misses Vhglnla Hollenback and
Giaco Jones spenc Thanksgiving with
f i lends at Sajie.
Miss Cauie Colt is spending a couple
of weeks at Lo Ravsvillo.
Rev. and Mrs. Davis, of Tioy, N. V
visited iclatives In town iccently.
The funeial of William Wcbhei took
place on Sunday atteinoon ami was
attended by a vast concourse of peo
ple fiom this and sunounding towns.
'I ho set vices weie conducted In the
Presbyteiian chuich by Rev D, T.
Smythe. Inteiment was made in Dun
moio ceinoteiy. Tho pallbenror.i woia
selected fiom tho Giand Auny, Odd
rellows and Knights of Honor.
Mls.s Grace Wells, of Penobscot, has
returned home, after a few days' visit
with MHs Ruth Moiton.
Miss Nellie Duddy, or Plains, spent
Sunday with ft lends heie,
Thomas Webster, son of Jatob Wt li
ster, of this town, will, with Henry
Campbell and Philip Roselle, embark
hi the gioceiy business at PIttston
this week. They will occupy the stoio
depaitmeiit In tho Odd Fellows build
ing. Tho women's mission, conducted by
Fathei s Cabell, Loid and Foley, of tho
Passlnnlst Older, closed In St, Moij'h
chinch on Sunday. The men's mission
will bo continued this week, Masses
aie at G o'clock. Evening services at
Mi, and Mi?. Kline, who have made
their home In this town for soveial
months, will leava for their homo In
New Jeisey' today,
Mrs. Mnigaiet Collins, of Dupont, Is
THE annual meeting of tho stockholding
of the Cousumeis' Ico company will
bo held ut thcli of lice, comet Adams inc.
nuu anil Ash street, la tho city of Scian
ton, Iu on Tuesday, tho lbth duy ot
Pecembei, 1002, ut 8 p m. Iho puipono
of tlio roeotlns Is for tho election ot ofll
rers for tho ensuing jear and the, trans
uitlon of such other business as may
propcily coma befoic tho meeting.
JOHN A. SCI1ADT, Secielaiy.
H lunlou Pa , Dec. 2. 1S0J
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
I W RENTS, FOR SALES
Only Half a Cent a Word.
Gross on a
An exceptional opportunity.
The property consists of a large
3-story brick building, with three
small frame buildings and barn.
Will Purchase It.
Tlic Property Pays
in Rentals an
or $1. 614.
is another property that is
well worth the consideration of
any one wanting a fine home,
well located in the central city.
The house has sixteen rooms,
steam heat, electric light and all
modern appointments, full lot,
barn with capacity for 7 horses,
and rooms for coachman, has
steam heat, electric light and
Can Be Pur
1. 19, HOLGAT
LOT Sl.'.OO will buy coiner Linden and
Tnloi. See sign. ConiPfi-i
LOT-$030 will buy lot Linden ihmi Tay
loi. Sewcied, water, gas IMiKnln
LOT-J7M will buy lot Linden near T.iv
loi. Sowcicd, watei, eui Uaiijuin.
HOUSi: TO LKT r Jlulbeiry; steam
heat. Apply at EJ7 Linden street.
JtS ror Rent Ten-i oom hnuBo; cxcellont
neighborhood; all modern impiovo
nients. on avenue Apply to K P. Ham
ilton. 426 Spruce street
JUST ARIUVKD with forty head of
hoises; good .woiKeis and dilvers:
weight from 11U0 to HOO pounds; bevel al
elosely matched teams can bu seen ut uol
RdMnoud couit. X. M. Cobb
Furnished Booms for Bent.
I' OR RUNT A furnished loom on second
llooi fiont, Jl.'O week. W3 Adams ave.
Wanted To Bent.
AVANTRD Man mul wlfo wlsheu to lent
ontlio Hist llooi fiunlslud, .steum oi
luinaco heat; will pay good piico; bo-it
ot rofeiencc. Addiess Mil. L J,, Till).
WANTED-Sm.ill fiunlshed house. Ad
diebs Box w00, city.
Booms nnd Bonid.
T1I13 L1NDHN', D Linden Htieot, Ins a
numbei of dcsliablo viciuelea; light
looms and eholco table boriid
PLI3ASANT looms with bo.ud foi lour
or live young men. Inquliu iU ash.
Ins ton nenue.
IN 1112: 12stlto of William Jltiser. No
.'.i, Januniy Twin lb'", In tho Couit
of Common I'lu.in ot LacUaiMinnu cotiuti.
Notice Is heieby ghcu tlml Chuilei U
Nciitfoi, tiiistec, has llkd his act omit
und the same will bo conllimtd on tlio
second Monday of Junuius. 190J, iinloss
exceptions aio punlously Uicd, the tulo
ot couit Is as tollows. lion nccouuts
aio Hied by tiustces or iibslgnoes, tho l'io
tlumoluii hhall ghit notlio thcicof bj
lliu publhatloii pievlous to a icgulm teim
and tlieiowith publlsli UUh iuIu, nnd con
tinuation nisi on the lliht day ol Mild
tni m Hhall bo of ioiiic. and coiillimatlou
absolutu on tho hccoud Monday of tho
tL'iiu shall bu ontcied by tho i'lothono
tiuy as of eouise, unless CNceptiops mo
J, COIHJLAND, 1'iotlioiiol.iry
IN TIIU COURT of Common vie.is of
LacUuwanna Count j No 1W, Jimii
hi y Turn. V'Oi,
Notice Is heieby given that an appll
i.itlon will bu miule to Hit- Mild Couit on
Monday, Decumboi tliu aith, Jtio.1, at lu u
m , inula tho Act uf Assembly of the
foiumoriuculth ot Pennsylvania, cutltlin.
"An Act to piodo for tho Incoipoi.itlon
and legulatlou of em tain corpoiatlons, '
itppioMd Apill tho ."Jtli, UT1, and tliu sup.
iilements tin into, for tlio cliaitei of an
Intended coinouitioii to bo tulUil the
"Peddleia Piotoctlo Absoclatloir1 of
Buanlon. Tho ilmructer and object
wheicof Is to establish ceitain law till
lilies und UKiilUlona In thu conduct ot
tho business of its membeis und to piotect
them lu tho lawful conduct of their busi
ness uftuirs, und for theo put poses to
have, possess und enjoy till tho lights,
benefits mid pilvlb'gca of tho said Act
of Abscmbly and Its supplements.
Tho pioposed ch.uter is on ilia In the
it L. LUV.Y, Solliltoi.
Accepted for Less
Tlifin lo Cents.
Branch WANT Offices.
Want Aclvertisoments Will Be
Beceived nt Any of tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALUntir SCIlUrrZ, coiner Mill,
bony street unit AVebstor inc.
QUSTAV PICI112L, CM Adams
OI20. V. JUNK1NB, 101 South
VtlKV L. TL'RPl'i:, T:d Cedar
GI20 DAVIS, comer Noith
Mnlti inonuo mid JluiUet
C11ARL12S P. JON12S, 1"j7 Dick-
r. J. JOHNS, DJO Clieen Rldf,o
C. LOnj2N5C, coinei Wishlngton
avcuiio and Muiloti stieet
"W. II. KNC1TI2L, 3017 In Ing
.1 O. HONG S. SON.
' " - - .v'vvrv-rvvxxxj
WANTED Agents to soil ten and tol
feo to coimiinris Positions poitni
nent. Grand Union Tea Co , Jll Lacka
Help Wanted Male.
loung man to dilvo on d-llveij
S''0,'. Al'l'lJ i pel son to The Pleuu
-o , 110 Penn avenue
WANTED Young mm over Li) vo.us of
age, of good appeal ance and a gopd
talker, to do rolleellng among inn chants
Refeienco lequlred Iniiuiie .it !uS LacK
avvanna avenue, second llooi, any tlmu
after 1.S0 p m. v
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED A middle aged competent no.
,,man to take caio of child nino months
old. CiI at the lcsldenco of Di. Hul
pert, 602 Washington av enuo.
GIRL for general housevvoik. Apply at
IB0 Quincy avenue
WANTED Agents lor tho wile of gilt
edge mining stocks, also dividend p,v -ing
oil stocks. I bivo jou money; tiy
me. Yicka Copper. $150; Ampnro Mining,
Lie; McKinley Mining SJtm, 12 istoui
Consolidated Oil,-!0c ; L,i Guindo Gold, Me,
Pennsylvania and Texas Oil, lDc , Geoige
A Tieadvvell, $9 75, Joaqulna. lot .1. lines
D Shaftcr, People's Bank Building,
LARGE CORPORATION wants eneigetlc
Genetal Agent for this county. No
books, insuuince, or canvassing. Ac
quaintance with mciehants and mami
f.ictuieis necessary Peimancnt Bond
State age, eporlonco. iclucnces fit st let
ter. Addiess, Suite 572, No 1001 Chestnut
St , Philadelphia.
Stenoginpliy nnd Typewriting.
STENOGRAPHY and tjpewiiting dono
at shoit notice at 712 Council bldg
thoiouglilv iindei stands the business
Rutchet, liibuno ofllee
SITUATION WANT12D-By voimg mm
in laigo hospital; luiH good expirlcnie
in all ,oits of tieatment, undr ist.inds
tho piep.natlou ot opci.itlon iti&es. Ad
dicss A H M, Tiibuno office
YOUNG LADY would Ilka vvmk evening
as copst, typowiltiug and take cue
of business couespondencp At llbeity
after b o'clock evenings Cm tiinisli ev
il llent leferences. Addicss Puictlcal,
SIOCIC AND AvTiETTTtADERTTmn
out delay AVilto for out special m.ii
Ket lettei Fiee on nppllc.itlou S At
IIIulKird &. Co, membeis jx? Y Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange, II. and !
Hioadvvay, New Y'oik I2stnbllshed 1S2I
Long Distance 'Phone 2SSS Ihoad
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDINf!. C. P. aTsi
Tiuders' Rank Building. Old 'phone lXil
riri2DERTc7vLT BlToWN. ARCif U
Real Estnto Exchango Bldg , l.u Wash
Civil nnd Mining Engineets.
II. L. HARDING, MS CONNULL BLDG
STEVENSON iV. KNIGHT, 7-,o CON
DR. 12 C. ElLENBEIlGEIt, i'Al'Ll
building, Spiuto stieet, Sei. niton
DR. C C. LAUnACH, ir,WY6MING avo
SCHLAG121I itC'O, 101 Connell Rulldln
PAT E'N TS L'KIJiffflKS"
Tlio only licciiaeil und equipped panni
bOlicltor lit tho cits Nu iliatgo lot In
lormatlon on pateutublllli , ovei ten
Rcploirlo & Co,, Mcnr Uldir.
Hotels nnd Restauinnts.
THE ELK CAPE, 1.'5 uud I-'7 ERANU.
lln nveiiue. Itutes teaboimble
P HIEGLI2R. Piopiletor
SCRANTON HOl'SE, NEAR D., L. .V. W.
P.issengei depot. Continued on the En
lopean plan Victor Koch, Piopiiotoi
A BB1UGUS CLEANS PiUVYVA I LTS
and ceis pools, tin odoi , only impioved
pumps used A H llilggs. piopilutoi
Leavu oidois UO Noi th Main avenue,
oi Elcko's thug stoic, coiner Adams and
Mulbelij. Both telephones
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAR Oil LACKA.
ave. Scianton. mtis of Who Scieens
MEGARGEE BROS, PRINTERS' Sl'P.
piles, envelopes, panel bags, tvviuo,
Wuiehause, 1J0 Washington avenue.
THE WILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo had lu Scranton nt tho news stand
of Reisinan Bios, lut Spiucu und W
Linden; M Noiton, -'-' Liickauiinna
uve., I. S Schutzei, ill Spiuto btitet.
111 """Li'it1 y w"wj
III mM H I M I mVWt, ml trv t
TUNITIES. REHI ESTATE
Only Half a Cjnt a Wari.
Money to Loan.
AliY AMOUNT OK MONEY "tOWAN
Quick. Htiolght loans or Building nnd
Lonn, At from 4' to o per cent. Cnll on
N. V. Wnlltor, !U..I15 Connell bulldlnu.
HELLMILi; help enn bo pioclued nt Mrs.
A." II, SInikey'H Emplomcnt Office,
120 WuHlilugtoii uveiuie, looms i mid i.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delnwnte, Lncknwnunn nnd Western.
IN Elfoct Juno 1, l'JOJ
, Trnlns leuvo Scinntou ror New Yoik
At ino a io, toj 7.5o and lo lo u. m,: l.'-io,
840, ,1 il p in. ror Now Yoik and Phllu-dolphla-7
no 10 10 n. in., and is, lo and 'J il
I), in. Eur Ootildsboio At (.10 p. m. l'or
BulTulo-1,13, d 22 and p OU a. in,; 1". 0,7)
and 11.10 p. in. Eoi Iiliigliiimton, Elmli.i
and vwiv HtlKliins-lo:". a. in. 1 oj ) 'in.
1 or Osvvigo, Syuieusu and IHIca 1.11 and
CJ2 n in., 1 K, in Oswego, Biiicmk
und ritca tiulii nt fi.J n in. dully, except
Sunday. Kot Monti ose-0 00 a. m; 10".
und i.fiO p m. Nleholson nccoiuinodatloii
100 nnd i; n ji in,
Hlootiihluiig Division Eor Noithumboi
Intid. nt 0 n and lo 10 n m ; 1 u; nnd ii 10
P m Pot Pl mouth, at x 10 n nt ; .'10
und no-, p m
Sunday Tialn-roi New Yoik, 1 V). a LU
V.0-',,1.010." "!! J "nil P.J". P. m For
iluffnlo-l.l-, and 0 2.' a. m ! in.". (.GO and
B.10 p ni. Eoi Eliului and wax slatlotis
V2i a. m Eoi Blnglui'iitmi nnd wuv etu
llons. 0 00 n in Itloomsbuig Division
Leivo Scianton, 1010 n. m and (J 10 p m.
Lehigh Valley Bailrond.
In Effect 'Nov. 10, 1D0J
Tialns Leave Seiiinton '
lot Philadelphia and New Yoik via D.
& I R Ji. at 7.11. tluough P.iikn Car
.mil D,y Coich I'.ubondale to New Vol's
and 1 17 n m , with L V. Couch Cnibon
tlilo to Philadelphia, and 2 IS, I !!". (liluic
Diamond Expiess), and 1! I'l p m. Sttn
dnjs, D ,1 If. R. , -.x p m , 9 !S a. in.
1 oi White linveii, Huleton and pilncl
I'iil points in the conl legions, via D .:
H R R 7 11, 2 IS 'and 115 p m. Tor
Pottsvllle 7 II a in
lor Bethlehem, Eaton. Reading, Hai
llsbuig and piluclpnl lnteimedlato sta
tions, via D .x. II. R R . 7 II, 9 17 n m ;
2 IS, IKJ ffllack Dlimond Esmess) 11 19 p.
m. SunduvH, D. A: II. R R. 9US n in.
and 1 08 and 0 17 p m
Eoi Tunl.linnnock. Tonnnda, Elmlia.
Ithac.i, Geneva nnd pilnclpil Intel mcdl.ita
.stations ilu D , L i W. R R , t 35 a. m.
and 1 5". p m
Eoi Geneva. Rocliestei, Buffalo. Nine
nia Palis, Chicago nnd all points west vln.
H, x: II R R. 12 01 p. m : 128 (Black
Diamond Expiess) o 11. 11 in p ni. Sun
divs D k II R R.l.'OI, 9 17p m
Pullman parloi nnd sleeping oi Lehigh
x alley Pallor cms on all tialns between
Wllkcs-Bano and Now York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN II WILBUR. Gen Supt , 20
Cot Hand stieet, New York
CHARLES S LEE, Gen Pass Ast , 2!
Coitlnml stieet, New Yotk.
A W NONEMACHER, Plv. PabS Agt ,
South Bethlehem Pi.
Foi tlekets and Pullman rei ei v.ition np
pl to city ticket orilce, b9 Public Squaie,
Centinl Bailrond of New Jeisey.
Ill effect Nov 10, 1002.
Stations In NovV York, toot Liberty
stieet and South l'enj, N. R
Trains leave Scianton for Now Yoik,
Phlladelphl i, Huston, Bethlehem. Allen
town Munch Chunk, White Haven, Ash
le, Wlll.es-Baiio nnd PIttston at 7. TO a.
ni , 1 p m , nnd I p m Sundajs, 7.15 a.
m .ind -'10 )) m. Quaker City Express
Hates Scianton 730 a in. with. through
solid vestibulo tialn with Pullman Buff at
Puiloi Cai lor Philadelphia with onlv
one ehuiigo ot c.na for B iltlmoro and
AY.ishlngton, D C . and all piinclpal
points south and west and has through
co ich loi 2xcv Yoik
Eoi Avoca, PIttston nnd WIlkcs-Bnrre,
1 p m and 1 p m Sunday, 713 a. in.
and 2 10 p in
Eoi Long Bianch, Ocean Giove, etc , at
7 10 a. m and 1 p m
Eoi Holding, Lebanon and Ilnrilsbuig'
via Allentovvn nt 7.0 a m, 1 p m nnd 4
p in Sum ly, 7 1". a. in anil -10 p m
I'oi T.iinuiiu t und Pottsvillo at 7 .JO a.
ni . 1 p m and 1 p in Sund.iv, 7 15 a. m.
Poi Kites mil tlekets apply to agent .it
W. G BESSLEU Gi neial Manager.
C. JI BURT, Gen P.i'-s Agt
Schidulo in Effect Juno 10. 190-'
'liiiins liavo Scianton I, .x a m, tveclt
duvi, tlniuigh vestibulo tinlu fiom
Wilkts-Il n ic. Pullman buffi t p u lor e ir
and eoichrs to Philadelphia, ii PotU
ilie; stoiix tit piiucl.al Intei mediate sta
tions AWo tonneets loi Siiiilmij, Iltn
lisl.uig, Phllailt Iphln liiltlmoie, Wush
ington and foi Pittsbuig and tho West.
9 17 a. in . week dass, foi Suubiii. Hai
lisbuig, Phllidclphl.i. Baltimoic, Wash
ington and Pittsbuig and the West
1 IJ , m. week dass, (Suiiilajs 1 5S l.
m ). foi Simbiuy. Haulsl.tii, Phllndi 1
phlu, Baltimcue, Washington and I'llts
hiiiK and the West
.! -b p m, wiek d.iH. thioilgh vestlhulu
tinlu tiom Wilkes-Bane, Piillmnn bulfet
p.llloi eal and en u lies to Phi! idelphia ill
Pottsvlllt. Stops at pihulpnl Intei medi
4 irt p m . week dnvs tor Hnlelon, bu.i
hui, Haiilsbiug, Philadelphia nnd Pitts
buig. J B HUTCHINSON. Gen Mgr,
.1 I! x.OOI, Gen Pass Agt
Dclawate nnd Hudson.
Ill Elftit Nov. p., 1.MJ
'I'liilns loi Cai lioudalo leavo hciuiuon nt
(ill 7 (.. s 10 U ii in. 12 0", II.'. .'11,
.111,' 1.11 (.-'". "--'. !. 9 "'''. 'I'-' !' ;
"roi'ilonesilale 0 II. 1011 n m ; 2 U nnd
"Vol' "Wllkts-ll.lllt-O .x 7 11. 3.11. 9 17,
10 1.1 (i ni. 1-'" II- -'IS '-!. I A (.
7 tx. 9 10, 10 II 11 11 I' i
Poi I. V It R Polnts-7 II, 9 17 n in ;
" is i:i and 11 I'J p in
I'oi l'eiiusvlvmiiu R II Poluts-OUS,
D 17 ii m . 1 I-'. J '-S and I "1 p in.
I'oi Albanv ami all poluls noith i JO n.
"' "'"'"'HENDAY TRAINS
i'oi ( iuloudiiIe-Srn, lit! a ni ;i 2 11,
.;! ,ri uiul M 17 P in. ' ,, ,.,
I'm IU,Srl!iuivr.,"S a, ni.: 1'iy ').
,.x, l, !.' and 'MTii m , ..X
I'oi' VUmiiv uul ioi)lti UQitli-1 .'. m
To Himi'-ilnli'-S.-fl " m ;.!...' g;
j lifimicK. a, i Albanv. y. Y,
L I'llVUIS. il l .x neiiiiiiiiii,,.!
Eiic BnUiond Wyoming Division.
' 1h Effect St pteinber 11, 100.' 27
'liiiins UaVC bd.iiijim fin- Nvm fQK
NowbuiBh und inieiiiud atu polills.jnlso
un- II "vvl"y ll" tatli.n ni VS a.
in uiul 1 Jo l't (U -A
l'"i JlonctilnU' ami Will to Mills nt, I 33
''t'i'iiIiis ii live nt Suanton at 10 3S n.-m.
ninl'1 11 P ' 'fr
I-" r -- - " g.
New Yoik, Outniio and Western.
Timo table In efiect Sunday. Sept. Lvj;l5D).
ilmUWNOia'H IIOL'NU THAiNS '
l.tavo Leavo Aiilva
Tialns Scianton Carbondale CudAsIn,
N 1 .. .. WWn m. 11 in u. ni Iifl.p m,
S 7 .. . dinp m.Ai C.iiboiid.iloOltinn
;so ' SOUTH BOUND, v?
Loive Leave Anna
Tialns. Ciitlotla, Caihondule Seiaihori
No .' . -13 P. III. ItlOp. in. Hill 111
sVnU.US ONUY, NORTH BOUND
Le.ivo Leave- Aiio
'I'liilns Stixinton Cut lipnd ilo, C.iaosia.
Noll . Squill 0 10 a. in 10 Till, in.
No 5 .. . ,7.(K)p Iu',Al,C.iibondilo7Wipin
Lavo Leuvo Aialvo
Tialns. Cudoslu. Cnibontlule, Scianton
No I u ... (iSOu.m., 7.2.1a, m.
No 10.. 4 S0p 111 liOUp 111 p. in,
Tialns N"s i on week diys, and'O on
SuildaiS iniinect loi Now Yoik i!tv,Mli-
dletovvir Witltou, Noiwlch, Oneida.. Os-
wego und all polnis west.
Tialu No. 0, xvith "Ounker Clt" Ex.
pjebs" at Scianton. via C, R. R of N J ,
for Philadclpliii. Atlantic City, Ballliiioie,
Washington Uiul Pennsylvania i.fatu
Svo tlnis-iablo mid consult ticket a sent?
for connectlohs xlth either lines
J. C. ANDERSON. O P. A , New Yoils.
J. B. AVELSH. T. P. A , Scianton. Pa.