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THIS SCK ANTON TRIBUNK-TUESDAY, JAN UAH Y 15, 1901.
(5c Sermon CtiBune
puUM.eei Daily, i:cpt f,V51,.JVl,5(.1.,"7!i!'
une Publishing Compan), al Fitly "t Monl"'
J.1VV 8. RICHARD, Editor.
O. F. DiMIEU; liuslntsJ Manager.
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Sole Agent for Foreign AdvcrtUing.
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Scumd-Clan Mall Mailer.
When space will pcimlt, P.e Tribune U alwaja
atad to print shotl lottcrs from III friends beat
ing on uneiit topics hut It rule I that thee
must Iw signed, fcr publication, by lli writer
real nunc; .iinl the loncHllon precedent to ac
oplar.ru Is llial all contributions shall bo lubjcct
In editorial revise n.
tiii: h,t iiatb ron advertising.
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S'fltA'N'TON'.-JAN'l'AIlY 15, 13(11.
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Tito ilevlnlein of Hfprcpoiitatlvo Hey
tteilelit innliundon tin- liTeKiilurroursent
Hut iMnnp,- and to act hei-tufter with
in iln timi's of party regularity Is a.
I'or.iuutv ek-tot initiation fortunntn
both lor IiIb own jicnve of mind and
uhpIiiIiiuhh and forUinato for thr logls
latlvi? Interests of Ills district and
(oininunltv. It pstabllslien harmony
and unit: In the I.achawanna ilclcita
tlou and Is In undoubted obedience.' to
t'ic ni.ijoilty sentiment and wIhIi of
Ills i-iiinitlttieiita. The on or of Judg
ment Hlilrli li-d hlin Into tlit enrly
deliberations of the fttrloti e-onsplrm-y
jiuatiit-t thi' Hepulilican urR.inlziUloii
now bclmiKs to thf past. ltcKtilailty In
I'utuiP v. Ill do nuieli to icllevp and
1 he Electoral Vote.
WII.UAM M'KINLHY. of
Ohio, Is now U-Bally
I'hctcd president of the
I'nltt'il States for nn
other four yea is and Theodore ltoosc
ell. of Now Yoik, Is vie president.
At thu eleetlou held yesteiday they did
not receive- T.'JOfi.fiT" votes, for that
Kiwi November lound-up. In which
that nutnbur of Republican Voles w.ir
east iitrulnsl C.374,397 nemocratlo
ole.s. did not constitutionally con-s-ldeied
-elect anybody except 477 state
ollli'l.ih, called piesldentlal electors.
t the BatheiliiKs at ,Tapltals of the
.nloits stale.-) yestoiday these electors
cast the ballots ratifying the expros
slon of the people In November. Two
bundled anil ninety-two voted for Me
Klnley and looevelt and one hundred
and lifty-llve for ltryan and Stevenson.
In dwelllnr? upon the subject nn ex
ihaiiRe notes that It Is a familiar, but
not the less wonderful, fact that, al
though thefe electors are not bound
lv any written law. fundamental or
statutory, nor vt by the intent of the
fiameis of the Constitution, to vote,
lor any particular person or persons,
the country has known ever since the
evening of the Cth of November, lt'00,
tnat AIcKlnby and Itousevelt would
be clotted. The electors ate fiee, -o
.,,. u .,n. ii'i'lMrtf, ltt. (u ,r, iif.nftti.il I
.in r, mi.t .iitvivii n. " i.t ... .. ..'..,
to choose for president or vice presi
dent any one of the millions of national-hum
citizens of the t'nlted
Mates who has attained the age of
thlriy-llvo j ears and been fourteen
vrain a tesidont within the I'nlte 1
The men who f uinicd our Constitu
tion wcic wise and far-srelng. but they
Iid not Iciieheu lliu coming Intensity
of partisanship, nor tlu p.ut that per
sonality would play thcieln. Tliey
fiippi'sed tin eleetori would make
their own choice. The fact that such
v n-ver the case, that tin li- duty Is
"Imply to re(tnl the will of the peo
ple .inil the states, does not f-how any
violation of the Constitution, but It
to- s ploy tlii- existence of all uuwilt-t-
ii law at! .-lion,- as, If not stromier
than, any piolsiun of that vcncrnlcJ
,U was not a dlllicult matter to abol
lili the unity lantoon, but when at
tempts ate made to inn down the
spi al;-easles tile resourep of the
lliliioi- element will become more ap
No Fifteenth Amendment.
UV JIANY amendmcntR to
the constitution of the
I'nlted States are there?
This Is a iiuesilon that has
e Idciuly been cnuslng some anxlctv
mi p.ut of contemporaries. The Phila
delphia llecord, In rufeirlng to the
claiiEo used so frequently In connec
tion with "the colored population, calls
c.iieless writers to account by tho
Intimation tlmt; -tliero !- no fifteenth
jliiienduiciit If one opens a copy of
tho constitution, says the llecord, ho
finds that theio are fourteen amend
ments. The body of the coimtltutlon
consists of seven in tides, nil but two
of which (tho llftli and seventh) are
divided Into sections, of which the
greater number are sub-divided Into
i:lnttscs. Kach ot the amendments Is
a single undivided article, except the
lost three, whereof the first In order
Is divided Into three sections, the
second Into two sections and the third
Into five. These several articles, sec
tions and cl.iuues ate nil duly num
beted, Yet Intelligent wrltois and
speakers arc continually referring to
what they call the fifteenth amend
ment, meaning tho second section of
tho fourteenth amendment. They
might with equal propriety refer to
tho sixteenth, tho seventeenth or tho
eighteenth amendment, meaning the
third, fourth or fifth section of the
fourteenth amendment. Uy this meth
od of rpekonlng the number or tho
amendments, Instead of fourteen,
would bo twenty, to tho confusion of
tho notation of ho whole framework
of tho constitution.
The point of .the. llecord seems to
have uecnVcll tukeh, And it Is to be
hoped thatjiyrlter8 ntid orators will
give' heed Jnf Utfu'h-Wlth tho Philip,
pine war and traction troubles on
tip-i)i. not to epouli of grip and measles,
I r, than 500 Inclie-s. .55
.VH Indies ....;.., . . .20
1-'i " ., .Id
:, " -,..'. ns
Mum .;.., 15
we cannot afford to become tangled on
the constitution. In the Interest ot
good order let It hereafter be known
na the "second section of the 'fourteenth."
In order to be consistent, the nient
berH of the Women's Christian Tem
perance union should now focun their
energies tifon the canteens of Capital
n - -
Castor Plant and Alosquitu.
IN' VIBW OF tlto recent well prov
en theories of the spread of ma
lurlu, yellow fever and other
ill cadetl diseases by the mos
quito, mankind will be Interested In
the communication to the state de
partment In Washington by Consul
riuniacher, of Alaramlbo, that the
rlclnus communis or castor-oil plant
Is so dlstnsteftil to the Insect that It
will remain neither about premises
where these trees are planted, nor In
apartments where the cut branches,
leaves, and seeds have been exposed.
ttven In cold climates It Is said that
plants four or live feet In height can
bo raised from the castor seeds, nnc'
tinder favorable conditions will grow
In great profusion. If the personal
experience of Consul riuniacher In
keeping his household free can be du
plicated by each future experimenter,
sleepful nights and freedom from ma
laria may still bo within the grasp of
all who dwell In regions where the
tuneful piper loves to exercise his pre
rogatives. The castor plant has already done,
much for man. If this boon Is added,
we can well nttord to toast It In a
large bumper of Its own oil.
accent testimony In the Hooz hazing
Investigation Indicates that the public
may have been a trifle too s'evere In
Judging the senior class at West
Point. One of the witnesses before the
congressional committee explains that
tjie differences between freshmen nnd
their superiors were settled with lists
Instead of i evolvent In order to give
the fourth-class men a little show for
their lives, which would not have been
possible had guns been used. This is
n refreshing admission. The exhibi
tion of self-denial on part of the seni
or cadets becomes more apparent when
one comprehends that Instead ot per
forated his body with bullets and
placing him in a state that would be
pleasant for all seniors to contemplate,
they are content with merely pum
melling the freshman's head to a
jelly and making what life Is left in
him burdensome. Under the "code of
honor" that seems to exist at the
military academy, the active seniors
could probably easily assassinate a
freshman occasionally nnd escape di
teetlon. That they are satisfied with
beating his face, breaking his tlbs,
exercising him into convulsions nnd
making him ent soap and tobasco
sauce, shows that the senior cadet Is
not so bad after all.
The recent action of Cleneral He Wet
who controls the guerrilla remnant of
Oom Paul's army will be regarded
with surprifco and indignation by tho
civilized world. If reports are true a
peace commission composed of two
burghers nnd a ltritish subject on their
way to General Do Wet's camp weio
captured near Ijlndloy on Uun. 10.
The British subject was shot and thu
burghers were unmercifully flogged by
order of the Boer commander. This
seems to mark the ending of the guer
rilla phase and the beginning of the
bandit phase of the situation, and the
beginning of the end ns well. It Is not
likely that General l)e Wet will bo
able to control a very Inige following
In the pursuit of such tactics. It Is
safe to predict that he will henceforth
be hunted as an outlaw, accompanied
by only a handful of the most de
praved and reckless of his uriuy.
The Indictment of the brutal nurses
ot Bellevue hospital Is pet haps one ot
the inobt needed steps In the way of
rofoini that has been taken In New
Yoik iccently. As In the cases that
led to the Bellevue Investigation,
the victim of the hospital nurse Is
usually not In condition to enter much
of a protest when the liD.spltnl attend
ant is through with him. A convic
tion in the cases mentioned may prove
u safeguard In future to assure people
that there is not more danger In the
treatment than In the disease at Belle
vue. The lafct Usuo of the Piovldence
Register completed the twenty-fifth
year of Its continuous publication and
enabled Kdltor Hopewell to saluto his
numerous patrons and friends and to
nssuin them that all Is well. Tho
Ueglster and Its accomplished proprie
tor have The Tribune's cordial con
gratulations and best wishes.
Colonel Uoosevelt's success with the
mountain lions of the ltocklcs may be
In doubt, but the trip has occasioned
considerable snarling on part of the
catamounts of the eastern Democratic
While many are prone to criticise
Count Castellane's business methods
It must be admitted that Bonl display
ed excellent Judgment In his maul
This Is positively tho last duy for
Insurgents to make claims.
Fees or salary? Is the question at
tho court hourte.
THOSE WHO ARE HAPPY.
1'iom tlic Droolbn Kagle (l)em.)
The Women's ClirUtljn Tcinperame union
arc happy became tiny bellcio that tho bill
will lend to prevent ilrlnUni; anion:; the tob
dlera. The talonnkccpcra hi the nclRhhoilioods
ot aimj posla over where rejoice becauso they
can tec their former trmlc in vile wliUky re,
atoied under Ihn new prorUlon. The uloon
keeper! arc intended In the matter through
their potkct and the women thrrmgli their
consciences, no tlut the chances Hut the men
arc right about the tart would bo great even
if there vrrc not the neaily unanlmou tend
nioiiy ul army ulHcers that the canteen liai re
duced tlrunkenniM and disorder.
WEST POINT HONOR.
Pomethlng of a Witt I'otnt code u honor
M'lius tb be hi force among tho prlsoncis In
Auburn prison. None of tho com let i who saw
Clarence Kgnor kill Ouanl Archibald W, llene
diet on Thursday will tell how It happened.
" THE WORLD ojtooj
ONE HUNDRED YEARS
(Ccpjllulit. K0, by ft. C. HitjIiH, Louis-Wile.)
AfOSSTITlTIONAlj form ot e;m eriimcrt wai
mloptt'il by, and Touwalnl lQuierture
elected pradilmt for llto of llnytl, now
temporarily mtlcil Saint Dominion-, a name
Kivcii It when six je.ti before Spain ceded
the wlmle III ind tfl Trance In tho treaty ot
nlc. TuuMalnt, .is leader of the bluckt, had
come to the milstanco ot tho l'rench rou-iic
went and been appointed commander In chief of
the French army In the rolotiy, When llona
parte learned ot Totmalnt' elevation to the
presidency, lie determined to nduce the Island
to ilependenci and ronslRii the Mack to ala
scrj. (Seneral I,eclero was scut with S.i,00i(
troop tii accomplish this purpow, but tailed
ollnirctlier. I.eclere thercfoie Invited Touv-alnt
to an Intmlew, and then treacherously selted
and sent him tu franco, where he died two
je.irs later, In 1503. t)csallne, a man of con
aldcrable power, succeeded Totmalnt, and con
tinued to prosetutc the war airaliiHt the Trench.
Thtec jears later llatl proclaimed itself an
Independent republic, but Dcssallni soon broke
hc constitution, declared himself emperor and
was crowned with ureal pomp and ceremony,
lie Iwame iruel and tvrannlcal, which led to
an insurrection and his suicide.
The rebelit maged Utile Wallachla In Itou
mania and 1lif.tr raapes were succeeded by
those of tne Turkish troort, who now warmed
orr the country. Inaction followed exaction
and tttwla resolved to assert tier treaty right
In fivor of the oppretsed Inhabltint ot the
The banditti In Italy, who carried on both
open and secret war with civilized society and
kept up n certain romantic idea of honor, con
tinued to nourish, but by means of ncverr mesa
tires adopted by Hie papal government their
haunts were soon broken.
Mutiny of the squadron under Admiral Mitch
ell In llintry llay, South Ireland, resulted In
seventeen ot the mutineer being condemned to
death. Only rlevin, however, were executed,
the otliris leeching 200 lashes earn.
The art of lithography having leen acci
dentally ill-covered two years before by Alois
Senrfehlcr, n nathe ot Prague, llohemla, was
being rapidly perfected,
Commodore lUudln, of fiance, made Impor
tant discoveries along the western and north
western thores of Western Australls.
Additional blrtln of the sear of peieOiLS who
htr won hmc were as follows:
Henry Itiiuan, American pilntcr.
Daniel Hand, American philanthiopl-.t.
Jan von dcr lloctcn, Dutch naturalist,
ltol.ind fllbsnn Hazrarcl, American author.
William lllnd.s, Irish educator in Canada.
Karl ItuilnK Hagcnhach, (terman historian.
Jiiscpli Wesley Harper, American publisher.
Phlnc-as M, Heiltrin, 1'olMi scholar and author.
Runnel lliiilliy Howe, American philanthropist.
William Hill, American lawjrr and statesman.
Daniel llilnci, American lawyer and states
Samuel Holland, Canadian soldier and survejor
llfiiiy A. Ilcniy, r.ngllh Jewish rabbi In
David .lackn, American physician and con
gichsman. Joaquin Kufia-itu (Juzm.in. Central American
William Ileniy Hejwood, American liwjcr
UNDER PRESENT AND NEW
1'ioin the 'llnics-IUijld.
Allium i , 0 t)
Arkansas 7 0
California fc 7
t'oloiailu :i 2
t 'OlltH'C tli ut ." I
Tlorldi :; 2
Ceoigl.i II It
bliho 1 I
Illinois 5A i
Indiini 11 13
lon.i 11 11
Kan-is h 8
Keutiieky II 11
lioiitstana 7 6
Maine 4 i
M.WMcliu-etls II 1.1
Michigan 11 12
MlmionM '... !) 7
Ml-slsslppl ! 7
Missouri Hi 1.
Montani 1 )
Ncluaska (i il
Neiail.i 1 1
New llampshiic 2 -J
New Jcr-e.t"' 10 S
New Yoik !7 ::i
Noilii Caiollua HI !
Noith Dakota 2 I
Ohio -'! 21
(liegon 2 2
I'cnnsvh.iuU :; -M
ltl,o,l, I-l.ui.l 2 2
South Caiolliu 7 7
Siuth Dakol.i 2 2
Tennessee ID 111
Teas 10 15
I tali 1 I
Vcimniit 2 2
Virginia 1U 10
Washington : 2
West Virginia ft 1.
WUoniu 11 10
Wyoming 1 I
Total M :"
'States which make gains. No ihange In lep
rcreutatlon of othei.
A CENTURY OF LAW MAKING.
l'linii the Satuulay Kvrnir.g Pojt.
On Jan. St, 1S01, President Adams appointed
John Marshall, uf ligmla, chief justice ot the
Mipicme court, which is, to Use the words ot
thr Ki.gllsh bUtciian Ticenun, "the only na
tlon.il tribunal which cat. sit In judgment on a
li.itioii.il lav.' and can ileci.uc an act ot all three
ot the powers cf tin L'nlun to be null and void."'
i:iri veur. now. we hate inon- new laws than
John Maul-all conihUied during the cntlic thirty
four wais that he was on the Supremo bench.
We hato laws passed by congress-, lawa pi-acd
by male legislatures; laws passed by city coun
ells; and all sorts uf minor regulations which
mount up into the tens of thousands during the
'I he variety of tlie Is a. great a the number.
Iheic arc laue u-gulating dogs nnd laws, con
ccinlng KlephanUi laws about T.ngllth ijuirous
and laws aliojt the gteat American eagle, 'J hero
ore laws affecting everything fiom microbes to
mammals, from politic to love. If all the law
on the book todav were enforced the avciago
citizen would either have to stay at home be
bind closed blind rr begin u journey to a lunatic
usvltun. A hundred Maithalls would be unable to
consider every one ot them ot tu get fiom them
much mere than it fli-e ta'n of nervous pros'ra
lion or dfepali.
Piotessor Charles Vllllcra Stanford, who suc
ceeds the late fair' Arthur Sullivan as conductor
of the beeils muilcal festival, Is u native of
Dublin, unci since 1m7 lias held the chair ot
music at the University uf Cambridge.
Mr. 0. W. Tairbanks, wife of the Indiana
senator, who is mentioned as president of the
Daughters ot the Amerlcon Involution, joined
that society in the third year ol Its organiza
tion and has alvvajs been most interested In It
The cmpcior of Austria hai placed ut the dis
posal of the Ktnprcss TrcdeilcU tne famous
villa ol the late Uinprus Ellzihcth, on the
Ulanil ot Coilu, It la large, luxurious, has
beautiful grounds and Is tilled with valuable
works ot art.
The olde.t postmaster in Hie United Rtatej,
Ro,vvell Il.il diley, who is )cr old, and
has hmdlcd the mall al North Lansing, Tomp.
kins county, New York, for sevrnty-twu tonsecu
live years, has been Invited tu attend the In-
rOPUI.Atl CbKAIHNO IIOUSH for the
' - urnrnc. Ol All no lltvn liouirs n,
l Iter.t, Heal tiilate or Other 1'reperty to Sell
cr Txchsnge, or Who Want Situations or
Heneni ot All Who Have nouses in
i neip inese Fmall Advertisements um
, One Cent a Word, Six Insertions for Fin
Cents a Word-Ksccpt Situations Wanted
' Which Ate inserted Free.
Help Wonted Male.
WANTED-2.-, UnolU'lK APPLY AT OXCB.
L. 8. fchlpman, 2747 Trink sttcct,
WAMTD-MAI.K lir.Ll. A TIIOIIOUOH nOtK
keeper and fine penman. Addretw X. Y. Y..,
UARIKD COIll-S. U. S. NAVY, HECIHJIT3
tTir.ted Ahlc-bodled men, lervlce on our
nar ships In all part of the world and on lsnd
In the Philippines when required. Recruiting of
ficer, 103 Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
i:nuineHTwant3 situation-, take
charge of engines, boilers, dynamo, pumps,
do repairs. Address 700 Scranton street.
SITUATION' WANTi:i)-UY A COMPETENT
girl for general housework; can give refer
ences. Address M. II,, 113 Sherman avenue.
SITUATION WANTED-UY LADY TO DO OnN
eral housework, washing or to work In a
restaurant. Apply rear 13.10 Tiovldenco road.
SITUATION WANTED-HY AN EXPERIENCED
bookkeeper, at ofttce work; steady and re
liable. Address T. IX., Tribune.
WANTED SITUATION BY YOUNT. MAN. AT
anj thing; experienced in stationery and
hardware line. S. J. Thornton, 211 Adam".
SITUATION WANTED-AS WAITRESS: I'XPI'R
fenced; city references. Acldiess W. L. M.,
YOUXtl LADY, tiOOD SEWER. WOULD LIKE
position ns skirt hand or finisher with tltesi
maker. J. M. K Oencrat Deliver-, tit'.
SITUATION WANTED-I1Y AN KXPEHT LAIIX-
clre. to go out by the day or take washing
limoe; best of city references. Call or address
fi-JO Pleasant street.
SITUATION WANTED-llY A YOUXtl LADY
to do general liouework. Can give rcfcretice.
Apply 607 Torcst Court, City.
FOR RENT-DESIltAnLE SsTOItE ON WYOMlN't!
avenue. Thc best located small stole in
tho city. Tor particulars apply to W. T. Hack
ett. Heal Estate Dealer, Rooms 0 and 10 l'rico
RENT 30-SINI.E HOUSE, JEKIERSON AYE
nue, eleven rooms, modern imtirovements,
Economy steam heat, 101 Connell Iluildlng.
HOUSE FOR RENT-SEVEN ROOMS; HOT AND
and cobl water, and bath. 1312 Price street.
FOR SALE-TDK DWELLING HOUSE CORNER
Vine and Adams avenue; can be bought cheap
for cash. Tills I a bargain ou won't meet with
every day. Apply to V. II. Connell, 118 l'enn
FOR SALE-HEIIIENTi: OR BUSINESS PROP
crties in all parts of the city; exceptional
bargains. Money to loin on clt) pinperl), T.
L. Hitchcock k Son, Ileal Estate and Tire In
durance, Commonwealth Iluildlng,
Hill SALT. CHEAI'-ONE HI'MILATION' SIZE
pool table. A'lilroi Trltcharir Ilarbcr shop,
corner Court street and Piovldcncr road.
FOR &ALE-OOOD DItlVINO DORSE, FIVE
years old, weight 1150. Sound. Can be seen
at Gorman's livery.
TOR RENT TWO DESIRABLE FURNISHED
looms for gentlemen in private family. TIO
North Washington avenue,
ELEHANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET;
steim heated: clean, home-like, new; also
ficnt pirlor. 511 Adam avenue.
angulation as a guest of the postoiTvco depart
ment. Mr. llaidsley was appointed by John
tyulncy Adams, and has served under nineteen
piisidents and thlity-tluee postmaster geneial.
The queen i-tlll wears the old fashioned elastic
side bootf nnd prunella or black satin slippers.
The skirts of all her gowns but these for
house and evening wear, always have rings at
tached, by which she can raUc them at wet
or muddy places, although she walks but little.
Tho king of Sweden and Norwa) Is noted as
an admirable linguist, When the Oriental con
mt.vs met at Stockholm, some ears ago, he ad
dressed the assembled scholars In the language
of the nationalities to which they lespectltcly
belong, and spoke with equal fluency in Eng
lish, French, German, Italian, Russian and
MULTUM IN FARVO.
The beer poUoning ware has had the ellect
of diminishing the consumption of beer in Lon
don by al least 2 per cent. Most of the licensed
vietualers aic now displaying placards guarantee
ing the fitcdom of their lleruois from aiscnlo
am) all cleUterinus substances.
Children In the big cities do not gel a veiy
intimate knowledge of "animated nature,' The
Chicago Journal sjj.s: "SevcUt-eight hchool
children were polled at the Tat Stexk Show- re
cently. Only eight had seen a cow belore, tour
had seen a hog, rix bad seen a sheep."
When the government of Santo Domingo wants
soldiers it simply send out Into the country
districts and scire them. At first the men
seized arc a little diseontentcd, but when they
find that tliey can do nothing in the army bel
ter than in their ordinary haunts, and that there
is a pale, Ineffectual ray of glory attached to
the carrlng of a gnu and a cartridge belt, they
take pride in their new- dignity,
Taiv are tlowcis and the children, but their
subtle suggestion is falter;
Raic is the roseburst of dawn, but the secret
that clasps it is rarer;
Sweet the cutltancc ot song, but the strain
that precedes It Is sweeter;
And never was poem et writ, but the mean
ing outmaMcrctl the luetic-.
Never a daisy that grovvi, but a myatcr guldctli
Never a river that flows, but a majeity sceptres
Never a fehaket-peare that soared, but a stioiiger
than be did enfold him,
Nor ever a prophet foretells, but a mightier keer
hath forctuld bint.
Back of the canvas that thtohs the painter Is
hinted and hidden;
Into the statue that breathes the soul of the
sculptor is bIJden;
Under the Joy that la felt lie the Infinite Issues
Crowning the glorj revealed Is the glory that
crownj the revealing.
Cicat ato the symbols of being, but that which
Is syinboled i greater;
Vast the create and beheld, but vaster the
Back of the sound broods the silence, back
of the gift standi the giving;
Back of the band that receives thrill the sensi
tive nerve of receiving,
Space is at nothing to spirit, the deed Is out
done by the doing;
The heart of the uuocr 1 warm, but warmer
the heart ut the wooing;
And up (rom tho pits where these shiver, and up
from tho heights wheic .those ahlne,
Twin voices and shadow! swim starward, and
'the essence of life it divine.
Money to Loan.
STRAIflllT WANS' NO NONSENSE, RKp.
MONEY TO LOAN ON 110X11 AND MORTGAGE,
tny amount, M, II, llolgate, Commonwealth
ANY AMOUNT Of MONEY TO WAN-cjUICK,
straight loan or Building and Loi.i. At
from I to 0 per cent. Call en N. V. Walker,
314-313 Connell building.
For Sale or Rent.
FOR SALT. OR ItENT-TAlIM OT 110 ACRE-t
write for Information to ('. M. Curtis, l.lni.
Wanted To Buy.
WANTED-SECOND-IIAND SLOT MACHINES;
must be In good order, state particulars as
to make and price. Addicai L, M., general de
livery, Scranton, I'.
BOARD WANTED-FOn THREE ADULTS AND
one small child, In respectable Jewish fam
ily, living Ic flrst-clam neighborhood. Slate
price. W. A., Tribune office.
GENTLEMAN WANTS LARGE, WELL FUR
nlalicd room! desirable locality, with cr
without board. Address E., Tribune,
WANTED-TIIHEE OK FOUR ROOMS FUR
nlshecl for housekeeping, live minutes walk
from Court Home. .V. Y., care of Tribune.
A MEETING OK THE (STOCKHOLDERS OF TUB
Thouron Coal Ijind Company will lie held
al the office of the Company, Commonwealth
building, Scranton, l'a., on Wednesday, January
'Jit, inoi, at A o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
electing directors for ensuing year and to trana
act such other buslne-ss a may bv legitimate
and proper a stockholders.
THOMAS 11. DALE, Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE AN
nual mooting of the stockholder of the
Pontelle lee Comiiany will be held at the
office of the President, Corner ot Washington
avenue and Linden street, Scranton, on Monday,
January the 21st, at 1.R0 p. m. for the purpose
of clettlng directors and transacting such other
buslncsa as may properly come before the meet
ing. E. A. CLARK. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OT THE KTOCKIIOLD
holders of The St. Clair Coal Company for
tho election of director and the transaction ot
such oilier hinlnesi as may properly come before
It will bo held on Monday, Jan. 8, 1001, at the
office of the company, In the Library building,
Scranton, I'j., at U o'clock p. m. At this meet
ing it is intended to amend the by-laws. No
transfer of stock will be made for the ten days
next preceding th; date of the ahovc meeting.
X. O. TAYLOR, Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE STOCK
holder of Tho Mooslc Toweler Company will
bo held at their ottlce. in the City of Scranton,
Pa., on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 1901, at 8 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of ejecting director for
the ensuing year and transacting such other
buslnes as may come before them. No transfer
of stock will be made for ten das ncM pre
ceding the day of election.
JOHN D. SIIERER.Secrctary.
THE ANNUAL. MEETING OF THE STOCK-
holders ot the Tribune Tubllshing Company
of Scranton will be held at the office of the
Company on Tuesday, January 22, at 3 p. m to
elect officer for tho ensuing year, and for the
purpose of transacting any other business that
may come before the meeting.
0. F. BYXBEE, Secretary.
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCEHN-THIS IS TO
give notice that by vote of the majority In
number and value of interest, it lias been deter
mined to disnolv a certain partnership amocla
Hon hercttfore formed and organized and known
as The Henelriek Land Company, Limited, tho Ar
ticle of Association ot which liear dale the
twenty-eighth day of December, 1887, and are
recorded In the Recorder's Office of Lackawanna
County, In Limited Partnership Book 1, page 10.1,
and all the property of the said partnership asso
ciation having been distributed among the per
sons entitled thereto, and all it liabilities paid,
tho said partnership association lias been elissolvcij
by the voluntary act thereof, and this notice:
Is published In accordance with the statute In
such case made and provided.
A. F. LAW, Secretary.
PROFESSION A L.
Certified Public Accountant.
E. O. SPAULD1NO,
W BROADWAY, NEW
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONXELL
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCHITECT. PRICE
building, 120 Washington avenue, Scrautou.
Cabs and Carriages.
RUBBER TIRED CABS AND CAI'RIAIiEhi IIEr
ot service. Prompt attention eflvrn order by
'phone. 'Phone 2072 and K32. Joseph Kelley,
J. W. BROWN. ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-Ior-at-law.
Rooms 312-31.1 Meara building.
D. II. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS NECO.
tlated on real estate security. Mears building,
torntr Washington avenue and Spruce street.
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and counscllors-at-law. Republican building,
JCSSUI & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN-
scllora-at-law. Commonwealth building, Rooms
19, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY. ROOMS
00.1-VOI, Oth floor, Mean building.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORSKY-AT-LAW, BOARD
ot Trade building, Scranton, l'a.
PATTERSON fc WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. COMEGYS, 0-13 REPUBLICAN BUILDING.
A. W. BEHTIIOLT, ATfORXEY, MEARS BLDO.
DrTc, E. EHrBEMEILT'AULl BUILdIm
rprute tticct, Scianton,
DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRNTON PRIVATE Hos
pital, corner Wyoming and Mulbcriy.
DR. C. O. LAUIHCll, 113 WYOMING AVENUE,
DR. II. T. REYNOLDS, OPP. I. 0.
Physicians nnd Surgeons.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 513 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S. W. L'AMOREAUX. OFFICE 339 WAill
Ington avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry,
Chronic diseases, lungs, heal t, kldiie and
genlto-urlnary organs a specialty. Hours, 1 to
4 p. m.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA SCRANTON,
l'a. Course preparatory to college, law, medi
cine or biulnefcs. Opens Sept, 12th. Send tor
catalogue. Rev, Thomas M, Cann, LL, I)., prin
cipal and proprietor; W, E. I'lumlc, A, M.,
DRESSMAKINO TOR CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladies' waists. Louis Miotruaker, 21 J
A. D. BR10CS CLEANS PRIVY VAULT AND
cess pools: no odor. Impioved pumps used,
A, B. Brlggs, pioprictor. I.e-aw oiders Jl'ai
North Main avenue, or Eitke's drug store, ten
ner Adam and Mulberry. Telephone 951,
MRS. L. T. KELLER, SOALP TREATMENT. 50o ;
shampooing, 60c. facial intagagc; manicuring,
23c; chiropody. 701 tjulacy.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC TOR HALLsi
picnic, parties, receptions, weddings and con.
cert work furnished. For terms address R. J.
Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue, over
Hulbert'i music store.
MEOARtlEE BROS.. PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, V.S.
elopes, paper bags, twine, Warehouse, 130
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa,
THE WILKESIURRK RECOltD CAN III! HAD
In bcranton at the new stands of Relitnan
Bros., 100 Spruce and 50.1 Linden: M. Norton.
;;22 Lackawanna avenue; I.. S. bcliutier, 211
NI-W CLWURY SAI.li
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FOR THE LADIES-They are nlee. Kew Cen
tury Vicls-hccl and no 1ml, button and lace;
! 2t,4 to 8. $1.23. New Century Vlcl Well,
smart stjle. size -iiji to 8, 2.iVi.
ton THE MISS-They are for school. New'
Century Vltl and Box Calf, spring bccla; uses
im to s. .
FOR THE GEXTIEMEN-Ncw Century ftunl
Boots, Be Gosh; site t) to 11, $2.40. New Cen
tury Mining Hoot; they are to cvotk; site !
to 11, 1.C0. New Century Mining Snoes; they
are to work; sle 6 to 11, il.
FOR THE BOYSThey are to play. New Cen
tury Satin Calf Shoes; sizes 11 to 5,i, S5c.
OUU GUARANTEE GOF.3 WITH EVERY TAIR.
It is to laugh they are so easy.
Oh, yes! Wo close evenings at 0 o'clock, et
cpt Saturday. Established IMS. You will
please call for your shoe belore 6 p. m., encept
Saturdays. W arc for bu.clnci In the day at
HI and 11(1 Wyoming avenue.
LEWIS & REiLLY.
We carry the most com
plete line for office and
Calendar Pad of every
description. If you have
a stand we can fit it.
Stationers and Engravers,
Hotel Jermyn Building.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 12i AXI) 127 FHANKLI.V AVE-
Mic. Itates reasonable.
1. ZEiai.EIt, Proprietor.
fcCKANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., I-. & W. I'A'J
cngcr depot. Conducted on the European plan.
VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
0. It. CI.ARK & CO.. SEEDSMEN' AND XUltS.
rrjmen, stoic 201 Washington avenue; gieen
bouses, 1060 North Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTIX, llEAIt 511 LACKAWANN'A
avenue, Scianton, Pa,, manufactuicr ot Who
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Eflcct Nov. 23, 1500.
Trains for Carbondalc leave Scranton at o.2u,
7.5.1, 8.5.1, 10.13 a. m.; 12.U), 1.29. 2.11, 3.SJ, fi.-J'J,
0.25, 7.67, 0.15, 11.15 p. in.; 1,16 a. m.
For llonewlalc 0.20, 10.13 a. ni.; 2.H and
5.20 p. in.
For Wllkea-narre 0.13, 7,tS, 8.1.1, 0.3S, 10. U,
11.53 a. in.; 1.2S, 2.13, 3.S3, 4,27, 0.10, 7.(5, 10.11,
11. p. in.
For U V. R. R. polnts-tUI, 11.53 a. in.; 2.1?,
4.27 and 11.50 p. m.
For Pciuulvaiila II. IE. point 0.43, 9.,'iS a,
m; 2.18 and 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 0.20 a. ni.
and 3.52 p. m.
For Carbondalc 0.00, 11,33 a. m.; 'Ml, 3.52,
3.47, 10.5J p. m.
For Wilkcj-Baiic 9.SS, 11.53 a. in.; 1.35. 3.25,
0.27, 8.27 p. rn.
For Albany and points noilh 3.52 p. in.
For lloneijale 0.00 a. in, and 3.52 p. m.
lowest rates to all points in United States and
,1, W. IIUItDICK, ! V. A Albanv, , Y,
II, W. CH0S D. 1'. A., Scranton, l'a.
Lehigh Valley Hallioad.
In Elicit Nov. 25, 1000.
'ruins leave Firanton,
Foi Philadelphia and New YoiL im Ij. .1 II
It. R., at 0.4 3 and 11.55 a. ni., and 2.18, t.!7
(Black Diamond Etpicss), and 11.S0 p. m. (.,,.
davs, II. k II. R. It.. 1.6H, 8.27 p. in.
For White Haven, Hazleton and principal
point In the coal regions, t la D. 4 H. It. It ,
11.43, 2.18 and 4.27 p. in. For PottkWllr, i,t5,
2.18 and 4.27 p. m.
For Bethlehem, l.aton, Reading. Harrl.huig
and principal Intermediate stations 1 I). & 11
II, It. 0.43, U.B5 a. in.; 2.18, 4.27 (Black .
inond Expren). 11.30 p. in. Sunda, I), k II.
It. U., 1.58. 8.27 P- in.
For Tunkhannock, Towanda. Llmlra, Iihac.i,
fieneva and pilnclpal Intermediate atallons, iia
1), I,. cV W. R 11, S.CS a. in, ; 1.03 and 3.40
For Geneva, Rochester. Buflalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago, and all point ve.t, via D. i: , R. j,
11.53 a, in., 3.3J (Black Diamond Express), 7,
10.41, 11.30 p. m. Kun'lays, p. 4. . , ft,,
11.53. 8.27 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh Vallev
parlor car on all trains between WiRes-Bau'o
and New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sus.
ROI.I.IS II. WII.BUIt. Cen. Supt., JO Ctutland
slieet. Now York.
CHARLES K. I.EE. Cen. Pass. Agt., 2c3 Coillatiel
tticct. New York.
A. W. NONXEMACI1EH, Div. I'asa. Agt , Foi.th
For ticket I'nd I'ulliiian reservation apply to
300 Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Pa,
Central Railroad of Now Jersey.
Station In New Yoik Foot of Liberty stieci,
N. It., and feouth Fciry.
TIMi: TAIH.r, IN UFI'KOT NOV. 23, lfX.
Trains leave Scranton for New York, NevvaiU,
Elisabeth, I'liiladcliihla, Easton, Uethleliciu, Al
Untovrn, llaueli Cliun and White Haven, at N..S0
a. in.; expresn, 1.10; cxpusa, 3,60 p. 111. Sun
davs, 2.15 p. m. . ..
For Pittston and Wilkes Barrc, 8.30 a. in., 1 10
Hint 3.50 p. in. Sunlas. 2,15 p. 111,
For Baltimore and Washington, and points
Smth and Wct via Bethlehem, 8 30 a, in., 1 In
and 3.50 p. m. Sunday, 3,1 J p, m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, elc, al t..."0
a, m. and 1.10 p. m.
Foi Reading, I.tbanon and IlarrUbuig, iia At
leiitovvn, 8.30 a. m. and 1.10 p. ni. Sunday,
2.15 p. in.
For PotUvllle, t30 a, in. and 1.10 p. m.
Thiough tickets to all points east, south end
west at lorn-it wtes ut tho station.
11. P. BALUWIK, Gen. Pj. Agt,
J. II. OI.IIAUSKN, Uen, tiuot.
this announcement will be of
spcial interest to many besides our
regular customers who now look
forward to these sates ns important
events. Months of preparation
have been In progress on our part
to make this sale in all respects
meet our usual high standard and
equal, if not better, any preceding
one, and we can safely say that
never has our New Muslin Under
wear opened up more satisfactory.
Advancement has been the order of
the day all along the line; dainti
ness and goodness being embodied
in every individual garment.
Corset Covers, Chemise, Drawers
Night Gowns and Skirts, with the
prettiest of trimmings of Mailese,
Point d' Paris and Val Lace and
embroideries, and in designs that
are altogether new, original and
We make a specialty of French
hand made and hand embroidered
Our linen sale still continues.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Schedule In Effect May 27, 1900.
Trains leave Scranton, D. & H.
0.45 a. m week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburp;, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Pitts
burg and the West.
0.38 a. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norrlstown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
2.18 p. m., week days (Sundays,
1.58 p. m.) for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and
the West. For Hazleton, Potts
ville, Reading, &c, week days.
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Hazleton, Pottsville, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
J. B. MOOD. Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. II. HUTCHINSON, Gen. iigr.
Delaware, Lnckawanna and Western.
In Eftect Dec. 2, 1000.
South Leave Scranton for New Yoik at 1.40,
3.00, 6.60, 8.00 and 10.05 a. m. ; 12.53, 3.33 p. sis.
For Philadelphia at 8.00 anil 10.05 a. in.; U5
and 3.33 p. lu. For Struudburg at (,10 p. in
Milk accommodation at 3.40 p. in. Arrive ac
Hoboken at 0.30, 7,18, 10.23, 12.0S, 3.13, 4, IS,
7.10 p. in. Arrive at Philadelphia at 1,01 3.2.1,
0.00 and 8.22 p. ni. Anlvc from New York at
1.10, 4.0tj and 10.2.1 a. III.; 1.00, J.V, 5.43, 8.4.
and 11.30 p. m From Stroudoburg at 8,0s a. in.
North Leave Scranton for Buffalo and intei.
mediate stations at 1.13, 4.10 and 0.00 a. in.;
1.53, 5.4S and 11.33 p. m. For Oswego and Syu
cusp at 1.10 a. ni. and 1.55 p. 111. Fur Utioa at
1.10 J. 111. and 1.53 p. in, For Montrose at 9.0ii
a. tn. ; 1.03 and 5.48 11. 111. For Nicholson at 4. On
nnd 0.13 p. m. For Blngbamlon at 10.20 a. ni, Ar
live in Scranton from Buffalo at 1,23, 2.35, 5.1",
lend 10.00 a. ni.; 3.30 and 6.00 p. m. From ()
Lucgo and Sracuxe at 2.53 . in.; 12.33 and f.Oi
p. 111. ncui uuc-a ai 2.0.1 a. 111.; li.w and 3.S0
p. in Frcir. Nkhobon at 7.50 a. in. and Uuu
111. From Monti one at 10 00 a, ni. ; 3.20 and bOO
Blnomsburg Division Leave Scranton for
Northumberland, at C.43, 10.03 a. ni.; 1.33 ami
1.50 p. m. For PI mouth at 1.03, 3.40, S.50 p
in. For Kingston at 8.10 . 111. Arrive at North
unibcilaml at 0.33 a. ni.; 1.10, 3.00 and a 45 p.
111. Arrlv- at Kingston at 8.32 a. m. Arrive at
Plymouth at 2.00, 4.S2, 0.45 p. ni. Arrive In
Seinnton from Northumberland at 0.42 a, m.s
12.35, 4.50 and 8.43 p. in. Fiom Kingston at
11.01) a. ni. From Plymouth at 7,33 a, m.; 3.2ti,
5.35 p. 111.
South Uate Scmntoii 1.40, 3.00, 5.50, 10.01 a,
111. ; 3.M, 3.40 p. in.
North Leavo Scranton at 1.13, 4.10 a, m. ; 1.J5,
C.48 and 11.33 p. in.
Blooinsburg Division Leave Scranton at 10 03
a, in. and 5.50 p. ni.
New York, Ontario and Western R.R.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DEC. at,
North Bound Trains.
Leave L,cl,e, , A"lve
Scianton. Carbondale. Cadoali,
10.10 a. ni. 11.20 a. ni. 1.03 p. in.
U00 p. in. Arrive Caiboudale 6.10 p, ni
' South Bound.
Leave Leae Anlvo
Cadotia. Carboudale. Scranton.
7,00 a. m. 7 40 a, m.
2.03 p. in. 3.31 n. in. 4.20 p. in.
.-Mind jj 1 only, Noitli Hound,
leave Leave Anlve
briantuii. Carbondalc Cadosla,
S.30 a. m. 0.10 a. in. in.43 a. in,
1.00 p, m. AiTlve Uarhouelale 7.40 p. in,
Leave Leave Arrive
1 t'.idola. Carbondale. Scranton.
7.00 a. 111. 7.40 a, m
I 30 p. 111. 5.5( p. m (i,.u p, ,
Trains leaving Mranton at 10.10 a. m., ilallt
bMt 8.30 a, tn., Sunda, make New Yoik, Corn.
wall. Jllddletonn, Walton, Sidney, Norwich,
Hemic, Utlea, Oneida and Oswego lonneetlon.
For further Information consult ticket agents,
.1, C. ANDERSON, Oi-n, Pass. Agt., New lork
,1. E. WELSH, Traveling Passenger Agent, Scran.
Erio and Wyoming Valley.
Time Table in Effect Sent. 17. 100O.
TiaUis for Hawley and local points, conr.ee1
Ing at Hawley with Erie railroael for New A'ork,
Ncwhurgh and Intermediate points, lsve Scran,
ton at 7.03 a, ni. and 2.23 p, m.
Train arrive at 6cranton at 10 30 a. m. and
0,10 p, m.
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