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TtlE SCRANTON TRJLBOHJfi-imiDAY, JUm 22, 1U0Q.
THOMAS D. REESE DEAD.
Thomas D. rtcese, of Terrace street
imt Ninth avenue, tiled lust evening
at half past seven o'clock. He had
been 111 for some time with asthma
and his death was not altOBether un
expected. Deceased was born In Wales and
came to this country In early life, set
tling In Carhondale, where ho made
many friends. He was a man of many
fine traits of character and a zealous
worker in tho "Welsh Methodist church.
He was sixty-four years old.
He is survived by a wife, three
daughters, Mrs. George Williams and
Miss Ida Reese, of this city, and Mrs.
B. K. Pitts, of Scranton; three sons,
John, Owen and David, of this city.
Tho funeral announcement will be
NEW PYTHIAN OFFICERS.
Carbondale lodge, No. 230, Knights of
thlas, elected tho following olllcers
at the last regular meeting: Chancel
lor commander, Theodore Sperl; keep
er of records and seals, W. H. Masters;
master of finance, W. B. Chase; master
of exchequer, Morgan Thomas; prelate,
H. J. Bell; master of work, W. B. Lind
say; master-at-arms, George Gilbert;
Inner guard, Alex. Johnson; outer
guard, James Walker; representative
to grand lodge, Isaac Rogers.
WILL SOON TURN ON WATER.
Tho Reynshanhurst Water company
has piped most of tho section bounded
by Church street, Seventh avenue, No.
1 piano and tho tracks of the Hones
dale branch. Yesterday tho lino was
extended across Church street to the
Palace Creamery, and it will be run
through cellars on the southerly side
of Salem avenue for the benefit of a
number of business men. It is expect
ed that the water will bo turned on
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
H. J. Brennan Is In Milwaukee, at
tending a mining convention.
Mrs. Eugene Scates, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. H. R. La
thropo, and sister, Mrs. Mary Crane,
has returned to her homo In Sterling,
John Altkcn and Silas McMullcn are
home from the Chester Military school
for their summer vacation.
Miss Edith Fowler participated in a
concert given in Scranton last night
by John T. Watklns.
Miss Mary Maxwell succeeds Miss
Pauline Spaeth in a clerkship at
Sahm's shoo store. Miss Spaeth has
gone to Honesdale to reside with her
sister, Mrs. Ruel Hampton.
John McComb is ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. M. Morrison and daughter, Mil
dred, are guests In Scranton.
Mrs. C. E. Rettew, of John street,
Is entertaining Mrs. C. H. Rettew, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mrs. Ferber, of
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD
Wedding Guests Installation of Of
ficers Pupils Closing Recltnl To
The following out-of-town people
witnessed the Bell-Wheeler marriage
and attended the reception after the
ceremony, at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wheeler,
of Second street, Wednesday evening:
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Taylor, Forest
City; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Clark, Mr.
Arthur Clark, Misses Jcnnlo and Bea
trice Clarke, Green Grove; Mr. A. G.
Wheeler, Tompklnsvllle; Mr. C. W.
Snyder, Port Jervls, N. Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Cramer. Mr. nnd Mrs. E.
Dolph, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Phillips, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Wilcox, Dr. and Mrs.
Bush, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hubbard, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Shlrcr, Miss Shlror, Mr. J.
D. Gladding, O. R. Wolfe, Miss Ettle
Brown, Samuel McCracken, William
McCulloch, Julian Morss, Fred II. Wld
mayer, Llewellyn Jones, William Stan
ton, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Crossman and
son Artie, II. C. Raffelt, Scranton; Mrs.
Wesley Brown, Miss Brown, West
Plttston; Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Baker,
Dr. and Mrs. Preston, Carbondale; Mr.
ond Mrs. W. S. Graves, J. W. Cure nnd
daughter Anna, Tompklnsvllle; Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Wheeler, Miss Mabel
Wheeler, Green Grove: Miss Sarah
Clarke, Olyphant; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Gardner and daughter Vida, Nichol
son; Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, I'eck
vllle, and Miss Elsie Tucker, Jackson.
During the reception, music was fur
nished by Wldmayer's orchestra.
District Deputy Khelhorn on Wed
nesday evening Installed the follow
ing olllcers of MIzpah lodge, No. 115,
Daughters of Rebekah: Noble grand,
Mrs. Susie Nicholson; vice-grand, Miss
May Henwood; secretary, Mrs. Sarah
Samuel Temby; assistant secretary.
Miss Jennie Greenslade; treasurer, Mrs,'
Maggie Sobey; right supporter to noble
grand, Mrs. John Adams', left sup
porter to noble grand, Mrs. Ebenezer
Rennlo; warder, Miss Libble Henwood;
conductor, Miss Emma Netherton; out
ejde guard, Mrs. Emma Henwood; in
side guard, Mrs. Mary G. Carter. An
enjoyable social session was after
wards held, at which seasonable re
freshments were served, those partici
pating having a most pleasant time.
The entertainment and closing exer
cises of Miss Steams' pupils In Enter
prise hall, tonight, promises to be x
very pleasant affair, nnd the parents
and friends of the little ones should
encourage the children by their pres
ence. The programme, which has al
ready been published, Is a creditable
The name of Vida Snover was erron
eously published, Instead of Miss Vida
Gardner, as one of the flower girls at
the Bell-Wheeler wedding on Wednes
S. W. Cook Is confined to his home,
on Main street, with sickness.
, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Griffiths and
Mrs. Richard Evans yesterday attend
ed the funeral of tho late Mrs. Fisher,
T. E. Grlfllths was a Scranton visitor
The funeral of Edgar, the little child
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Salt by JOHN H. Fr-LEK,
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mfiynes, took
place yesterday afternoon.
J. D. Stocker Is in Pittsburg.
A child of Mr. and Mrs. John Cnlla
Shan, of Mayilold, Is 111 of scarlet fever.
Miss Undid Evans, of Olyphant, Is
the guest of Mrs. Illchard Evans, of
A large number of young" people from
this borough attended tho Hattcnberg
Heck wedding, at Archbald, Wednes
The social of tho Twentieth Century
Wheelmen, In Enterprise hall, was
largely attended and enjoyed.
Century Hoso Company's Coming
Picnic Tonight's Banquot Quiet
ly Married Other News.
Pleased at the success of the recent
ball of tho Century Hose company, No.
2, tho members of the above company
nro discussing among themselves tho
advisability of conducting a picnic In
Webor'n park in AugUBt. The object
of their undertaking will be to replen
ish tho company's treasury. There is
every reason to believe that the con
templated picnic of this organization
will bo n success not only because of
tho reputation of these brave laddies
as entertainers, but because of the face
that the Taylor people nro longing for
This evening will occur tho grand
banquet of the Price Library associa
tion In their rooms on Main street.
The committee In charge have com
pleted all arrangements. Tho event
promises to be a grand affair. Every
member has been furnished with an
Invitation card wrlch they will pro
duce nt the door. The: "prr-nd is the
outcome of n membership contest
between tho Reds and Blues which
continued six months. The Blues were
victorious and will feast at tho Reds'
expense. The number of members
taken In wero as follows: Blues, 51;
Reds, 24. The contestants were: Blues,
Captain, Evans G. Watklns: lieuten
ants, Frank Decker, T. A. Evans and
Roxford Cardwell. Reds, captain, John
L. Nelger: lieutenants, Evan Davis,
John Owens, Sidney Owens and Joseph
J. Whltcford. The following pro
gramme will be held In connection with
the event: Address, W. B. Owens; or
gan select-Ion, William Morris; solo,
John F. Tubbs; address, J. E. Watklns;
Recitation, E. G. Evans; selection, or
chestra; solo, J. E. Watklns; address,
II. Gendall; solo, J. J. Whlteford; organ
selection, William Morris; address, E.
G. Watklns; address, John Richards;
selection, orchestra. All members are
urgently requested to be present.
Miss Mary Howells and Henry Lewis,
both popular young people of South
Taylor, were quietly married In Scran
ton on Wednesday last. They left Im
mediately on an afternoon train via
the Delaware, Lackawanna nnd West
ern railroad for Dover, N. J., on a wed
Miss Mame Prendergnst, of Parkers
burg, Va., who has been visiting rela
tives here will return homo today. She
will bo nccompanied by her sister, Mrs.
James Hooper, of Depot street.
Invincible comandory, No. 252,
Knights of Malta, will meet In session
Foreman G. T. Thomas, of Plttston,
called on friends In this borough on
The children's day exercises held at
tho Baptist church here last Thursday
evening were very pleasing. The pro
gramme was arranged by the Rev. R.
F. Y. Pierce, of the Penn Avenue Bap
tist church, and was cerjalnly a great
hit. The iloral decorations were beau
tiful. Mrs. Arthur La Mont, of Scranton,
si ent Wednesday last at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Frace.
Robert Austin, Elmer Mott and Web
ster Swallow accompanied the excur
sion to Heart Lake last week.
Mr. J. C. Hlgglns returned from a
several days visit among friends in
Scranton on Friday last, Improved by
Jesse Thomas, son of Jacob Thomas,
and a member of Company C, Fifteenth
United States Regulars, late of Cuba,
and who has heen for a few weeks past
stationed at Plattsburg, N. Y., returned
home on Thursday last, nfter an ab
sence of nineteen months, having re
ceived his llnnl discharge.
Miss Emily Luker Is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Harry Loder.
Mr. A. G. Wheeler, of Tompklnsvllle,
visited relatives hero during the last
Mrs. Marcus Parker left here on Fri
day last to attend the commencement
exercises at West Chester, where her
daughter, Crlssle, Is attending this
noted educational center.
Dr. Newman, of Newton, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. II, Coon on
Mr. and Mrs. John McConnell and
daughter, Ruth, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Harlan, on Sunday last.
W. W. Courtrlght, of Peel'.sUIll Mili
tary college, returned homo here on
Mrs. Dr. Matlack, of Wllkes-Barre,
with her children, are visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Courtrlght.
Mrs. B. F, Courtrlght returned on
Monday from a trip to Irvonu, Pa.,
whero her niece, Miss Lorraine Good,
Is living and who Is lying seriously
Mr. W. B. Bower, of Ludlowvllle, N.
Y., Is the guest of Chum William
Courtrlght, and Is en route to New
York city, where he will enlist In the
Miss Emma Coon visited friends In
Newton last week nnd returned home
on Sunday last.
The following ofllcers of tho Epworth
lenguo were elected for tho ensuing
term: A. A. Davis, president; Miss
Bessie Mulllnex, first vice-president;
Mrs. Lillian Mulllnex, second vice
president; Mrs. Ella Chapman, third
vice-president; Miss Grnco A. Davis,
fourth vice-president: Helen Harlan,
secretary; Miss Carrie Wells, treasur
er; Miss Maud Mulllnex, organist; and
Edward J. Chapman, chorister.
The children's day exercises of the
Methodist Sunday school will bo held
on Sunday evening next.
Mr. A. W. Hunt. Mr. Charles Snooks
and Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Davis and
Theyliav. stood tnnteitof yeui,
ana luve cured thousands of
cases of Nervous Diseases, surb
Jai Debility, Dimness, Sleepless
f nesi and Yaricocele.Atroohv.&.c.
They clear the brain, strengthen
tho circulation, make dlgcstlsg
Address. PEAL MMIC1NE CO.. Cleveland. O.
Fl trnr.ftciM, ttr. Vc rr mc i vt nn and
daughter, Grace, attended the mar
riage of Rudolph M. Lleb and "Miss Ed
na J. Ludlow on Wednesday evening
of this week.
The Olyphant Glee club will hold n,
picnic nnd clambake at- Electric park
on Saturday, July 7, for the purpose of
defrnylng tho expenses of the society
to tho Atlantic City eisteddfod July 18.
There will bo games, rnces and various
amusements to make tho day one of
much enjoyment. In the evening a
male party of eighty voices from Prov
idence will render scvornl selections.
The funeral of Dorothy, the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Luvln,
took place from tho family homo on
Lackawanna street yesterday after
noon. There was a very largo attend
ance of fr(ends and relatives, Tho re
mains were laid to rest In St. Patrick's
An entertainment will bo given by
tho scholars of the Olyphant kinder
garten next Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock. An Interesting programme has
been prepared and nil arc cordially In
vited to attend. A silver offering will
be taken at tho door.
Miss Agnes Martin Is home from Bos
ton, where she has been attending a
trnlnlng school for nurses.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wntts, of
Scranton, were visitors In town Wed
Walter E. Davis, of Scranton, was n
caller hero last Wednesday.
Special Ofllcor Conrad Is making fre
quent arrests of persons stealing rides
on the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western road, which the offlclals are
going to stop.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western company Is sinking nn ar
tesian well In the reur of the depot for
tho supplying of water for their en
gines. Mr. J. Austin, of Chicago, Is here,
superintending the erection of the ma
chinery of the condensery.
A beautiful home wedding took place
last Wednesday night at 9 o'clock,
when Miss Edna J, the charming and
accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Ludlow, was married to Mr.
Rudolph M. Llob. Rev. Charles N.
Reynolds, of the Methodist Episcopal
church, performed tho ceremony.
Mr. Frank Jones, of Philadelphia, Is
a visitor In town.
Tho Misses Agnes Reed, Bessie
Loughney and Sadie Mahoney have en
tered n contest for a gold watch for
the benefit of the Church of tho Sa
Orders for the Scranton Tribune can
be left at Martin Bold's barber shop.
E. II. Barber Is slowly improving
from his recent severe illness.
George Sitgraves has returned from
Niagara Falls after a month's stay.
Jessup Hose companies Nos. 1 and 2
paraded the principal strets of Jessup
last evening, advertising their picnic
nnd clam bake on Monday evening.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of the Meth
odist Episcopal church will servo ice
cream In the lecture room of the church
this evening after tho school entertain
ment. The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church will give a 15-cent sup
per on the Fourth of July nt 6 p. m. In
the church parlors. Ice creairl and cake
will also be served.
The many friends of Robert Westlake
will be pained to learn of his untimely
death at WIlkes-Barre on Tuesday last.
He was employed In the yard of the
Lehigh Valley Railroad company and
was run down by a train and Instantly
killed, his body being badly mangled.
The funeral took place at the home of
his mother, Mrs. W. Ii. Westlake, at
Plttston yesterday afternoon.
Constable Mitchell, of Alderman Kns
son's court, was In town on Tuesday
Floral Sunday will be observed at
tho Methodist Episcopal church next
The quality of strawberries that are
being marketed by A. B. Cowles now
cannot bo excelled.
Miss Kuth Perry and her mother ac
companied the excursion to Blngham
ton last Tuesday.
Dr. K. S. Hayes, of AVyomlng, was In
town last "Wednesday, looking up his
chances as a candidate for state sena
tor for the Twenty-first district.
Mnrtln Hayden, of New Milford, who
used to make regular trips here,
twenty years ago, selling goods, visited
this place last Tuesday in the same
Special to tlie Scranton Tribune.
Starrucca, Pa., June 21. The stock
holders of the Northeastern Pennsyl
vania Telephone company met In tho
Borough hall at 9 a. m. today and
adopted by-laws and elected A. II.
Cimler nnd S. S. Hubbard, of Thomp
son: W. W. Mumford, of Starrucca;
II. "W. Kessler, of Brandt, and F. J.
Osgood, of Forest City, directors. The
stockholders voted to Incorporate with
a capital stock of $10,000. The meeting
wan tt lms one and very harmonious,
every one present was enthusiastic
over the prospect of having a tele
phono line that will give them tele
phony connection with other points.
The plan ns originally planned by Mr,
F. J, Osgood was not changed In tho
least particle. Directly after the stock
holders' meeting adjourned the newly
elected directors met and orgnnlzed by
electing A. II. Crozler, president; W.
W. Mumford, first vice-president; II.
Yv Kessler, second vice-president; S.
S. Hubbard, treasurer, and F.'J. Os
good, secretary, Tho board of direc
tors Instructed tho secretary to pur
chase the balance of the supplies nec
essary to complete the line from
Ararat from Lanesboro. At Lanesboro
the company will run a wire on the
poles of the Susquehanna Valley Tele
phone company Into their central in
Susquehanna. It Is the Intention of
tho board of directors to push their
lines as fast as possible toward Forest
City, and from there they expect to
connect with the Independent company
of Carbondale and In that way they ex
pect to reach Scranton. From Forest
City they will start another line run
ning across the county to Montrose,
connecting all Intermediate points.
Professor II. II. Hounds nnd wife are
visiting friends In Unlondale this week.
Although the rain that has fallen
lately Is supposed to have helped the
milk business, the farmers do not be
lieve the "reign" they have been sub
ject to In tho past "originated from
above," and have decided to "reign"
over their milk business as well as
their other nffnlrs. They, no doubt,
realize tho benefits derived from rain
ing over their milk cans, especially
with tho covers off.
Mrs. A. W. Larrabce is visiting her
sister, Mrs. McKcnyon, of Leonard
vllle, N. Y.
. A. W. Larrabco and A. E. Foster
planted their gardens yesterday In or
der that the harvest might not Inter
fere with their plans at Coxtown pond
Tho milk producers, who now seem
to bo a little weak-kneed, may be able
to stand on their feet next winter.
Thompson will celebrate the Fourth
ns It should be, but we predict that tho
center of attraction will be tho pre
scription clerk nt the drug store.
Starruccn Is now equipped with three
llghtnlng-Hke means of communication
tho telegraph, telephone and tell-a-woman,
A kindergarten Is to bo built at Cox
town pond. Applications should bo ad
dressed to the secretary.
Special to th,e Scranton Tribune.
Factoryvllle, Juno 21. Mr. Charles
Sondel has moved his shoe shop onto
his lot above the store of John S. Reed.
Last Tuesday evening Mrs. Frank
W. Kellogg, of Sprlngvllle, installed
the olllcers of Pnulown.a lodge, Daugh
ters of Rebekah. They were ns fol
lows: Past noble grand, Mrs. A. A.
Brown; noble grand, Mrs. E. M. Avery;
vice-grand, Mrs. It. H. Holgate; sec
retary, Mr. R. II. Holgate; financial
secretary, Miss Alice Hanson. After
tho installation, light refreshments
were served and a membership social
Mrs. John B. Miller Is visiting rela
tives in New Jersey.
Mrs. Henry Wilson returned yester
day to her homo In Honesdale, after
a short visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Belcher.
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. B. Winters were In
Scranton yesterday, attending the wed
ding of their nephew.
Rev. and Mrs. Abel Wrlgley and
daughter, Madge, of Newton, spent a
few days in town this week.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Bap
tist church served supper Wednesday
afternoon at Grand View, the pleasant
homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Zwelzlg.
Mrs Sidney Covey nnd son, of Utlca,
N. Y., nre visiting relatives In town.
Mrs. Charles Gregory and children
left today for their homo In Montana.
Mrs. Gregory came to spend the sum
mer nt this place, but owing to a tele
gram announcing tho serious, Illness of
her son, she was obliged to leave very
Children's day will bo observed at
the Methodist church next Sabbath.
Miss Myra Sprague Is home from
Bath, N. Y., spending her vacation.
Mrs. David Smith Spencer and three
sons arrived Tuesday morning from
Jackson, whero Mrs. Spencer with her
husband has been engaged In mission
ary work for the past sixteen years.
At a meeting of the Ladles' Aid so
ciety Wednesday afternoon the follow
ing olllcers were elected: President,
Mrs. P.woe: vice-president, Mrs. Uns
klns; secretary, Mrs. "Weller; assistant
secretary, Mrs. A. P. Hollister.
At 'i.20 o'clock "Wednesday morning,
Miss Mnrgnret, daughter of ex-Mayor
Loftus, wns united in mnrrlage to John
J. McCormlck, of Hobokcn, N. J. Rev.
M. F. Crane performed the ceremony.
The bride looked charming In a steel
gray gown, with white satin and ren
nalssance trimmings. Her maid, Miss
Mary Iiellly, of Hudson, wns similarly
attired. The groom wns wnlted upon
by Willlnm Loftus, a brother of the
bride. After the ceremony they left
for Philadelphia and other cities. On
their return they will reside in a pret
tily furnished home In Hoboken, where
the groom Is employed as a shipper
for the Erie company. Mrs. McMor
mack has been nn nctlve worker In
church circles und her services will be
greatly missed, being prefect of St.
The marriage of Miss Nclle Grndy
and Thomas Wilson, both of the North
End, was celebrated by Rev. M. F.
Crane In St. Mary's church Wednes
day evening at f o'clock. The bride
and her attendant, MUs Mary Doyle,
of Plttston, wore prettily designed
white mull gown3. Both wore white
chiffon hats and carried bouquets. The
groom was waited upon by Anthony
Doyle. They will resldj in the North
The 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
John McKeon Is suffering from a
broken arm, caused by falling from a
box car a few days ago.
Miss Cecelia Maloney Is attending the
graduating exercises at the Mansfield
State Normal school. Her brother,
Thos, Is a member of the class.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kellum and fam
ily have returned home, after a week's
visit with friends In RIdgewny, Elk
Rev. R. M. Pascoe, of this town, and
Rev. Judson Bnlley, of Mooslc, will
exchnnge pulpits on Sunday morning.
There will be a business meeting of
the Epworth league this evening.
The Daughters of Erin will meet this
evening and elect ofllcers.
The funeral of Mrs. Michael Tormey
took place yesterday afternoon from
the family residence on McAlpIno
street. Services were hold In St. Mary's
church, Rev. M. F. Crane officiating.
Interment was made in St. Mary's
Among the applicants for foremen
and mine foremen's certificates that re
cently took tho examination in the
Plttston High school, tho following
were successful: Assistants, Martin
Cardln, Patrick Dempsey, Anthony
Henley. Foreman, T. F. Fltz3lmmons,
Thomas Morahan, Patrick Conlln,
James Ryder, Frank McCarthy, Mlch
ael McIIale, Peter Boylan. Several of
these are students of the Scranton In
ternational correspondence schools.
The St. Aloyslus society will meet
How to Cine a Sprain.
Last fall I epralncd my left hip whllo
handling some heavy boxes. Tho
doctor I called on said at first It wa3
a slight strain and would soon ba
well, but it grew worso and the doc
tor then said I had rheumatism. It
nontlnued to grow worse and I could
hnrdly get around to work. I went
to n drug store and the druggist re
commended me to try Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. I tried it and one-half of
a F0-cent bottle cured me entirely. I
now recommpnd It to all my friends.
F. A. Babcock, Erie, Pu. It Is for sale
by nil druggists. Matthews Bros.,
wholesale and retail agents.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhnnnsck, Juno 21. Miss Mary
E. Vosburg, daughter of T, B. Vos
burg, of Skinner's Eddy, wilt glvo rt
recital in the Baptist church Monday
evening next, for tho benefit of the
The People's Exchange.
A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for tho Hsiiadt nt All Win
Hnvc House to Uont, Rcnl Estats or Other Property to
Sell or Exchange, or Who Wnnt Slttiutloits or Help Th9
Small Advertisements Cost One Cent n Word, Six Insertions for
Five Cents a Word Except Situation Wanted, Which Aij In
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ton Apply to John Clunf, 183 pundaft street,
Kill RENT-fl-ROOM FLAT:
provements; rent reasonable,
329 I'enn avc
FOIl SALE-A MKllItY (50 HOUND OF 1111!
Hazilc Daialc Soa Wave type, 4 f(ct larger
than the one on Mull-crrv street: office Included,
Possesion given at once. A lino opiwrtunlty
(or the right party. 1). II. ltcploglc, Mears bids.
POOL TAI1I.K. 4x8 FOR SALE CHEAP AT THK
Wide Awake, 132 I'cnn avenue.
1011 SALE-A PLATFORM, SPRING DELIVERY
wagon; nearly new. J. A. Wilson, 1120
risk avenue, near Country club.
FOR SALF.-TIIOItOUC.IIl.Y FURNISHED COT
lace at take Wlnola; tour large rooms en
first tloor: six bed loonu; lot, eighty feet
front: best location. H. (I. Morgan, 223 South
l'Olt SAI.E-A GENTLE HOIfE AND A TWO
seated surry at M2 South Washington avenue.
WANTED TO RENT-FRONT ROOM, SECOND
floor with modern conveniences; data price.
"F.." Tribune olllce.
FOR RENT-FUHNISIIED ROOMS, 1021 MUL
GENTLEMEN WITH OOOD REFERENCES DE
sires nicely furnNlud room; centrally lo
cated. Address I,., Tribune olllce.
WANTED-A YOUNO MAN EXPERIENCED IV
the fitting of furniture for dcllveiy and some
knowledge of finishing same. Apply at the
Economy, 225 Wyoming avenue.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED COACHMAN
who (thoioughly understands the care of
homes. Apply II. V. Taylor, Scranton Lace Cur
WAN1ED-AN ENEROETIC MAX TO MANAGE
an office !n Scrantoni salary. $123.f0 per
month and extra profits j must come well rec
ommended and have ?S00.00 cash. Address Man
airer, P. O. Rov 1151, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED GOOD, HUSTLING MAN FOR PART
ner in gent'a furnishing and hat business,
$3,000 cash will piy you fl.MW a year; best
stand; good references. Address C. George,
Scranton, Pa., General Delivery.
WANTED WAITRESSES. COOKS AND KITCII
en girls for Lako Winola, Strourlsburg and
East Rranch; laundresses for hoipltal and 10
girls tor general work. Scranton Employment
Agency, 311 Spruce street.
WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Mrs. S. C. Mears, lfij South Main ave.
WANTED-FIRSTCLASS AGENTS IN EVr.nY
city and town In Pennsylvania to introduce
the largest and strongest Siek and Accld-nt
Company in the world. Address F. R. Van
Dusen, Supt. of Agents, Day City, Mich.
I.OST-A RED COW WITH A HELL ON ITS
neck on dune 11). Finder rewarded by return
ing to Andiew Demco, Taylor, Pa.
I.OST-HLACK AND TAN HOUND. NAME
Croncr. Reward If returned tu 1007 West
STOLEN-HORSE AND RUGGY. WAS TAKEN
Wednesday forenoon, June 2Ptli, from Wy
oming avenue, a bay mare, white star In face,
II year old, 15Vi hands high, weight about 1,000
pounds. Top side spring buggy. Concord ttyle
body, painted daik gretn. Harness, whip and
lap robe. Liberal reward. Communiiate with
Fiank Robling, jr., chief of police.
A. II. RRir.GS CIEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cess pools; no odor. Improved pumps ued.
A. II. IIR1GGS. Proprietor. Leave orders 1100
North Main avenue, or Elcke's drug store, coi
ner Adams and Mulberry. Telephone 0340.
Women's Christian Temperance union.
Miss Vosburg Is a talented elocution
ist, u pupil at the Emerson College of
Oratory, Boston, and In IS!)" won tho
prize for oratory at Wyoming Semi
nary. WUllnni Campbell, of this place, was
In Scranton Monday.
Tho mart Ine of Charles P. McKown,
son of Colortl N. A. McKown, to Mlsa
Mary Jayne, a teacher In our public
school, will take place at noon on Wed
nesday, June 27th, at the home of Mrs
Mr. Feathers, ir.anager of the woolen
mill, was In Philadelphia this week.
Mr and Mrs. Miller Culver nro both
confined to the house on account of
Ths court appointed Dr. Ed U. Dorn
slfe jjunrdlan of Fannie Dornslfe.
Professor Kuhn nr.d wife, of Kings
ton, w ho have been spending the week
in Tunkhannock with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Billings, will attend the wedding
of Miss Maty Ingham, at Mehoopany,
In tho case of the commonwealth
against Gtorso Terwilllijer, charged
with absctmdlng and removing bag
gage from th Packer house with In
tent to defraud, ball was entered by
Terwllllger's father for nppenrnnce at
the next term of court.
The grand Jury, of which C. S.
Knnpp was foreman, made the follow
ing report: "Tho grand Jury, in con
nection with tho duties enjoined upon
theni, would respectfully report and
return, first, that they have made an
examination of tho county buildings
nnd grounds, and find that tho court
house Is In good condition, excepting
that we recommend, first, that tho
commissioners' olllce be repapered;
second, that new file cases bo placed
In the vault In the prothonotnry's of
fice, also proper llghtB be furnished
for tho same; third, that the railing
on the stairs bo properly secured, that
the beds nre too loose and should bo
repaired, that the outside woodwork of
the Jail bo repainted, that plastering
on tlM Inside of tho Jail yard bo re
paired." In the suit In ejeotment of II. B.
Keeler against Asa H. Frear and W.
E. Little, over land In Falls township,
tho following Jurors were drawn: Oli
ver Goodwin, William Richards, Ar
thur Lacey, E. J. Bldleman, Byron
Brown, Joseph Palmer, Joseph Cole
man, Henry McCarroll, A. M. Dewitt,
Timothy Collins, Alvah Luce nnd Har
per Kilns. Vpon motion of E, J. Jor
den, for tho plaintiff, tho court direct
ed tho withdrawal of a Juror and tho
continuance of the caso at tho ex
pense of the plaintiff.
The court appointed James Wright.
!TmonliWMUKK' PLACE TO DO
hoiiscwrlk lit n small private family In I he'
city, that Is not going away. II. C, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-11Y OUN(l MAN WILL
Ing to do uny kind of work. Address 11. II.
Frank, 42 Oakford, Cmrt, City.
YOUNO WOMAN OF REFINEMENT AND I'HK
pooscsslntf appearance would like situation
In prliatc family n lioiwkcepfri thorouuhly
understand! ull details, and has bad cxpcrUncc
in managing servants. lla a little girl l )cat
of age, whom she would llku to keep with her
if satisfactory. Also rapablc of uvtimlng tho
duties of ttavellng tomtjanlrn. Can furnish wod
references. Address all replies to llox 12 Trib
YOUNO WOMAN WOPMI LIKE SITUATION IN
an oiriec as bookkeeper or clerk. Address E.
E. II., 107 Wyoming avenue.
SITUATION WAY1ED-1IV A MARRIED MAN
with one child ns lanltnr, age M cani will
furnish good reference. Address E. i). T., WJ
Uromley avei.ue, city.
WANTKtl-llY A RESl'IX'IAUI.E YOUNO (llltli.
a situation as nurse. Apply J. J. It., U'M
North Washington avenue.
WANTED-SITUATION 11Y AN EXPERIENCED
.grocery clerk; city references. Apply It.,
WANTED-SITUATIO.V IN A WHOLESALE
house. Apply It., Tribune oftlcp.
SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG MAN HOLDING
position which brings him Into rlne con
nection with the produce market of New York
city, would buy for responsible Iwiho dolti
large business rn n rcaiotubli- commission. Rest
references. Address "Reliable," Tilbune olhec.
SITUATION WANTEP-I1Y YOUNG GIRb AS
nurse or light liouscwoik. Addiess 320
rear Gibson slicct.
SITUATION WANTED-RY AN EXPERIENCED
nurse girl, nos, Lafayette stiect.
NOTICE IS HEREI1Y GIVEN THAT THE AN
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Economy Light, Heat and Power company, fur
tho election of Directors for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such other business as
may properly cctiu- before It, will bo held at tlu
olllce of the cempnny, Room 20, Republican
building, Scranton, Pa., on Monday, June 2.1th,
at 2 o'clock p. in., in accordance with the by
laws of the CompiMiv.
W. ,1. NORTHUP, Secretary.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SI'AULHING, C. P. A., 23 TKAD
era' Hank building.
,. . ..
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNELL
FREDERICK L. RROWN, ARCHITECT, PRICE
building, 120 Washington avenue, Scranton.
Cabs and Carriages.
RURHER TIRED CARS AND CARRIAGES. REST
of Fcrvice. Prompt attention given older, by
'phone. 'Phones 2072 end 5J32. Joseph Kelley,
DR. C. E. EILENRKEOER, PAULI HUILDING,
Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PRIVATE DOS
pital, cor. Wvoming anil Mulberry.
DR. C. C. LAUHACH, 115 WYOMIXQ AVENUE.
1)11. II. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 (AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE-
nue. Rates ieasonMe.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR I)., I,, k W. PAS
sengcr depot. Conducted on the European plan.
VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
RICHARD J. P.OURKK. ATTORN f.Y ATIAW,
600-2 Laclnwanna avenue. Genera! law busi.
ness, collections and loans.
J. W. DROWNING. ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL,
lor-at-law. Rooms 312-313 Mears building.
1). R. REPLOOI.E. ATTORNEY LOANS NI'.GO
tiated on real estate security. Mears building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce street.
FRANK E. nOYLE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-lor-at-law.
Rurr building, Rooms 13 and 14,
WILLARD, WARREN k KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
ami Counsellors-at-Law. Republican building,
JESUP k .1ESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN-sellors-at-law.
Commonwealth building; rooms
19, 20 and 21.
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-ATLAW.
Rooms 611. 515 and 610 Hoard of Trade Illelg.
EDWARD W. THAYFR, ATTORNEY.
003-901, 0th floor, Mears building.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
monwcalth building, Scranton, Pa.
0 R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
monwcalth building, Scranton. Pa.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS' NATION L
C. COMF.GYS 013 REI'UHLICAN nUII.DINO.
A. W HERTIIOLP. ATTORNEY, MEARS RI.DO.
Physicians nnd Surgeons.
DR. W. E.
ALLEN, 613 NORTH WASHINGTON
PR. S. W. L'AMOREVI'Y. OrnfT: 831 WASH
Ingtrn avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry.
Chronic disease, lungs, heart, kidneys anil
genlto-urlnary orrans a specialty. Hours, 1 to
4 p. m.
SCHOOL OP THE LACK WANNA, SCRVNTON,
Pa. Course preparatory to cnllce, law. medi
cine or business. Opens Sept. 12th. Send for
catalogue. Rev. Thomas M Cann. I.L.D., prin
cipal nnd proprietor; W. E. Plumley, A. !.,
0. R. CLARK CO.. SEEDMAN AND NUR3
erjrnan, stole 201 Washington avenue; preen
house, ln'O North Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAR 611 LACKAWANNA
avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of Wire
IUUEH'F ORCHESTRA-MUSIO FORinLLS;
picnics, parties, receptions, weddings and con
cert work furnished. For terms nililresi It. J.
H.iuer, condrctor, 117 W; online avenue, over
Hulbcrts' music store.
MEGARGKE PROS. PRINTERS' SUPPLIED,
envelopes, paper bajs. twine. Warehouse, 110
Washington uvenue, Scranton, Pa.
Inspector, of elections In Hralntrlm
township,' on petition of citizens, In
place of J. F. "N'rlyht. deceased.
In the case of the commonwealth
against C. A. Cobb, nf Nicholson town
ship, charged with nsrattlt and battery
by If. U. Cobb, the grand Jury return
ed u trim' bill. Hail was entered In
the sum of $100 for nppeiranco at next
term of co.irt.
In tho petition to lay out n rood
from Thuiston Hollow to a point on
tho old public road leading from Ver
mont to Ccntermorelnnd, the court ap
pointed tho following viewer: F. V.
Slcklur, surveyor; Irvln WheelocU and
D. S. rirnwn.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Schedulo in Effect Novembor 10,
Trains leave Scranton:
0.45 n. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburfr, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for ritts
burg nnd tho West.
0.38 n. m., week dnys, for Hnzleton,
Pottsvllle, Rending, Norrlstown,
and Philadelphia; nnd for Bun
bury, Hnrrlsburg;, Philadelphia,
TJaltlmorc,Washlngton nnd Pitts
burp; nnd the West.
C.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays
1.58 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Harris
burp;, Philadelphia, Baltimore.
Washington nnd Pittsburg and
4.27 p. ni week dnys, for Sunbury,
Hnrrisburg, Philadelphia and
J. n. WOOD. Gen. Pas. Agt.
.1. n. HUTCHINSON, Pen. lp.
Del.. Lnclcn. nn.l Western.
In Effect June 10, 1P00.
South Leave Scrantru for New Vork at 1.41!,
3.11'. .!(. A 00 and 10.01 a. m 12.55, 3.;, and
S.10 p. m. For Philadelphia at 5.10, 8 00 and
10 01a. m. t 12.51 nnd :i.:ci p. rn. For Strnudsburp;
ui II.1U p. m. .Ml IK mill necommniiaiton ai ii.iu p.
in. Arrive nt llobolen at 0.55, 7.1P, 10.1.1 a. m.;
12.W, 2 17, J. i, 7. in and 0.M p. ni. Arrive at
Philadelphia at 10.00 a. m.- l.ocl, iua, n.oo ami
S.22 p. in. Airlve from New Vork at 1.05, I.M
and 10.20 a. m.; l.W, 1.52. 5.13. 8.15 and 11.30
p. m. From Slioudsburg at 8.0.5 a. in.
North Leave Scranton for llttffaln and Inter
mediate itntlons at 1.10. 1.10 and 8.S0 a. m.;
1.05, 5.13 and 11.35 p. in. For Oiwego and Syra
cuse at 4.10 a. in., and 1.6.1 p. in. For Utlca at
1.10 a. in., nnd 1.55 p. m. For Montroo at S.30
a in.; 1.05 p. in., nnd 5. IS p. in. For Nichol
son at l.oc) ami 0.15 p. m. For lllnghainton, 10.2.1
and 8.50 p. ni. Arrive In Scranton from Iluffalo
nt 1.B0, 2.o5. "i.n5 and 10.00 a. tn.i 8.30 and 8.00
i. in. From Oswego and Svrncmc at 2.55 a. m.J
12..1S and R.ro p. m. Froni title a at 2.55 a. m.;
12.38 and 3.30 p. m. From Nicholson at 0.50 a.
in., and 0.00 p. in. Frem Montrose at 'i.tt and
10.00 a. in.; 3.20 and 8.00 p. in.
Illoonnlmrg Division Leave Scranton tor NortU.
umbcilaril nt (1.45. 10.05 a. in.; 1.55 and 5.6(1 p.
in. For I'lvmntilh at 1.05, 3.10, S 65 and 11.35 p.
m. For Nantleoke at 8.10 a. m. Airlve at Noith
titnlierland at 0.35 a. in.: 1.10, 6.00 and 8.45 p.
in. riivp Nantleoke at nio a. m. Arrive at
Plymouth at 2.00. 4.32 and 0.50 p. m., ami
12.30 a. in. Anlvc at Seranttin from Noithuni
berland ul P.42 a. in.; 12.35, 4.50 and 8.4.5 p.
in. From Nantleoke at 11.00 a. m. Fiotn Ply
mouth at 7.50 a. m.. 3.20. 5.35 and 11.10 p. m.
South Leave Scranton 1.40, 3.00, 5.40, 10.05 a,
in.: 3.3.1 nnd 3 40, S.1C p. in.
North Leave .Scranton at 1.10, 1.10 a. in.; 1.55,
6.48 and 11.35 p. rn.
Illnriiisliiirir Division Leave Scranton at 10.03
a. m., and 5.50 p. m.
Dclnwat'j nnd Hudson.
IN EFFECT MAY 27. 1900.
Trains for Carbondale leave Scranton at 0.20,
7.63, 8.63, 10.13 a. in.; 12.00, 1.23, 2.20, 3.52, 6.25,
C.?5, 7.67, 0.15, 11.15, 1.10.
For Honesdale and Lake Lodorc 8.20, 10.13 a,
in.: 2.20 and 5.25 p. ni
For Wllkcs-llarre C.45, 7.48, 8.43, 0.38, 10.4.1 a.
m.; 12.ai, 1.28, 2.1S, 3.33, 4.27, 0.10, 7.19, 10.11,
11.30 p. rn.
For L. . R. R. points 0.15 a. in.; 12.03, 2.18,
3.33 and 11.30 p. in.
l'r Pennsylvania II. R. points 0.13, 0.38 a. ir.;
2.18 ond 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 0.20 a. m. and
3.52 p. ni.
For Caibondalc 7.20. 0.00, 11.33 a. m.; 2.23,
3.52, 5.17, 10.52.
For Wllkca-llarrc 9.38 a. m.; 12.03, 1.58, S.23,
4.42, 0.27, 8.27 p. in.
For Albany and point" north 3.52 p. m.
For Honcwilale and Lake Lcdorc 0.00, 11.33 a.
m. and 3.52 p. m.
Lowest rates to M points in United States an
.1. W. nilRDICK. O. P. A., Albany, N. Y.
II. W. CROSS. D. P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Lehigh Vallev Railroad.
In Effect May 27, 1000.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and New York, via D. & It.
It. It., at 0.15 a. m. and 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Rlack
Diamond Express), anil 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D.
& II. it. It.. 1.68. 7.1S p. m.
For White Raven, Hazlcton and principal
points in the coal regions, via D S; II. R. It.,
11.45, 2.1S and 4.27 p. ni. For Pottsvllle, 0.15,
2.18 p. m.
For Retlilehem, Easton, Reading, Harrisbur!
nnd principal intermediate stations via 1), Si It.
R. It., 0.1 a. m.t 12.03. 2.1S. 4.27 (lllack Dia
mond Express), 11.30. Sundays, D. & II. R. It.,
1.6S, 7.4S p. in,
For Tunkhannock, Towanda, Elmlra, Ithaca,
Geneva ami principal intermediate stations, via
P., L. & W. It. It.. 8.0S a. m.; 1.05 and 3.33
For Geneva, Rochester, Ruffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago, and all points west, via D. tt II. R. II.,
12.0.1, 3.53 (Mirk Diamond Express), 7.48, 10.41,
11.30 p. in. Sundays, D. & II. R. It., 12.03 p. in.,
7.4S j). in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehlcli alley
parlor cars on all trains between Wllkcs-Rarra
ond New York, Philadelphia, Iluffalo and Sus
HOI.L1N II. WILRUR, Gen. Supt. 20 Cortland
sttect, New York.
CHARLES S. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt., 20 Cortland
ktiet-t. New Ycrk.
A. W. NONNEMACHEH, Dlv. Pass. Agt., South
For tickets ami Pullman reservations apply 303
Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Central Rnilmud of New Jcrsay
St.it'. ns in New York Foot of Liberty street,
N It , and South Fcriy, Whitehall street.
Anthtuclte coal used exclusively, insuring
cleanliness and c-omfoit.
TlMF. TAUIF IN EFFECT MAY JO, IKU
Trains lea via Scranton for New York, Newark,
Fluubcth. Philadelphia, Easton, Hethlchem, Al
lentown, Maueh Chunk and White Haven, at 8.30
a. m.; express, 1.20; express, 4.00 p. m. Sundays,
" For Plttston and Wilkcs-Harre 8.30 a. m 1.20,
4 00 p. m. Sitnd.ivs. 2.15 p. in.
For Mountain Park, 8.30 a. m., 1.20, 4.00 p. ro.
Sundays, 2.15 p. m. ,..,, .
Fur Haltimere and Washington, and polntl
South n id West via Hethlchem, 8.30 a. m., 1.20
.,. m. Sum! J vs. 2.13 p. m.
For Long Ilianeh. Ocean Grove, etc., at 8.50
. i,i.i r?o n. ni.
For Reading. Lebanon and Harrlsburg, via Al
Icntuwn, 8.30 a. m 1.20 p. ni. Sundays, 2.15
'Vor Pottsvllle. S.S0 a. in., 1.20 p. m.
Through tickets to all points east, south and
west at lovvet rates at the station.
.1. II. OHI.IIAUSEN, Gen. Supt.
II. P. RALDWIN, Gen, Pass. Agt.
New York. Oitnrlonnd Western R. R.
TIME TVRLE IN EFFECT MONDAY.MAY 21,1000.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondalo and Ca
elosla at 10.55 1. ni.. connecting with through
tiaim nottli and south. At 4.15 p. in., making
connections for Suspension Hridge, Detroit, Chi
cam and all point! West.
Trains leave Cadosia for Carbondale and Scran
ton at 0.10 a. m., and 2.05 p. in., leaving Car.
liondale at 7.31 a. in. and 3.31 p. in.
1,0,1 SUNDAYS ONLY.
For Cadosla. connecting with Main Line train,
north and south, nt S.30 a. m., airlving Cadosia
it 10 15 a. in. Returning, leaves Cadosia at 4.30
ii in . arriving r raiilon at 0.35 p. m.
1 ' XPFRSOV. Gen. Pass. Agt., New 5,ork.
J! E. WELSH, Traveling Pass. Agt,, Scranton.
Krlo and Wyoming Valley.
TIME TARLE IN EFFECT MAY 28, 1000.
Trains leave Scr.uitcn for Havvley, Lake Ariel
and intermediate points as follows: No. 2, 8.15
a. m.: No. 4, 2.25 p. in.; No. 0, 5.20 p. m.J No,
8, 7.05 n. in.
Sunday tialns at 0.10 a. m. and 2.00 p. mv
Trains No. 2 and No. f connect at Havvley for
points on F.rle railroad.
IN FORMATION WANTED.
Crs.'cLOTHVER.RAra.lNG TOR DR. J. II.
McLean Medical Company, was injured
some time between November 10th and 17th,
1WJ, toinenlurf in this vicinity. Ho was
standing up In a buggy handing out advertising
matter to parties on the street when the horsa
started mdilenly, throwing him to the ground,
causing injuries from which he died sometime
thereafter. Information as to time and place
of injury Is needed to estahllsh an insuranco
claim arid a liberal lewtrd will be paid for such
(.formation. Mr. Clothier's photograph can he
teen at The Tribune office. Address communlea.
tlons to (aid ell it: Raker, attorneys, 228 Main
Micet. HulTalo, N. Y.
PHESSMAKINO FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER:
also Indies' waists. Louise Shoemaker, 212,
MRS." u TmxpTcuni
60e. ; shampooing, 60c.; facial massage; man.
(curing, 25c. ; ihlronoily. 701 Quincy,
THE WlI.KESIIARRE RECORD CAN HE HAD
In Scranton at the news stands of Reisman
Uron,, 405 Spruce and 503 Idadtn; M. Norton,
322 Laekawanna avenue; I. H. Schutrtr, 211