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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1002.
'&ptcjaMo ttic Sainton Tribune.
Tunkhaiioiu'lc. Antll 3. Kliei'llt wilim
will Ijo held tit the court house on Siit
urday at 1 o'clock p. in.
Byron Ulnkcnlcc, or Warren Htreet,
Who has been au(rcrliir for Hovernl
nlotitliH past from iiljsceHHPH cuused by
vuccluntlon, Is much better.
K. Bni'itciit Kelly, one of the oldest
residents of this vicinity, Is contribut
ing ii sorloH of papers to the New Arc
t on the curly history of Tunkhannock,
1 "WW0U..WIII, no doubt, prove very In
teresting1 to the descendants of the
early Inhabitants of our town. The
papers 11 re well written, and are replete
, with Incidents of the old days of nitt
Injj, canals and stage coaches, as well
as anecdotes of the men whose names
still IhiRcr-ns the founders nnd pioneers
of our business enterprises.
The Triton Hose company Is engaged
In practicing for 11 minstrel entertain
ment, which will be produced at Piatt's
Opera House by members of the com
pany In a short time.
Mrs. Joseph Piatt returned on "Wed
nesday from Syracuse, X. Y., where
she has been In attendance on her
daughter, who has been III.
iTwo citizens of Washington township
had a short controversy one day re
cently and 'one of them took occasion
to "swat" the other with 11 stone
weighing about a pound and a half.
The aggressor, a young man by the
nhme. of Harvey, was bound over to
court by Squire Kutz on Thursday.
Ulmcr SlnWIcr was the person who sus
tained the Injury.
Kx-Assoeiato Judge 10. M. Phillips
will -put some extensive Improvements
on his residence, on North "Warren
street, this spring.
s regular term of criminal court
rll convenes 011 the 14th. L.I-
court will be Ueld on Monday'
Sheriff John "W. Gray made a trip to
Scrnnton on Thursday.
r,. 11. Piatt has men at work put
ting In a ferry near the river bridge.
No teams have been allowed to cross
the bridge for a long time.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, April 3. F. M. Gaidlner
was In Honesdale yesterday. '
The lecture of Rev. Dr. Watklns, of
Ottnwa, Can., in the Congregational
church last, evening on "Anglo-Saxon
Supremacy" was a lemurkably able
and Interesting effort. The doctor fol
lowed the history of the Anglo-Saxon
people from Its origin and assayed to
prove that the trend of progress showed
that tlie English speaking race is des
tined to rule the world. He had figures
and historical incidents at Ills tongue's
end and his lecture had many eloquent
The"fair of the Vaiidling Hose com
pany, which opened last night, was
largely attended, and the prospects
point to a successful "week.
Many people in this pari r -the coun
ty were giie.ved to learn o' Jie untime
ly death of airs. Phllo " uritt, at her
home In Uniondale ye Kitty morning.
Death was due to . paralytic stroke.
She was about 5. years old, and besides
her husband, Is survived by a daugh
ter. Mis. G. Frank Couch, of Carbon
dale, and a sou, Samuel. The f uncial
service will take place at the house
at 2 o'clock Saturday.
At "the Inslance,or the Hillside Coal
and Iron company two boys were ar
icsted Saturday on the charge of beat
ing a mule over the head with an Iron
bar. The case was before the grand
jury Tuesday, and was ignored.
Isaac Purdy, a veteran of the Civil
war, was burled Sunday in the Hill
side cemetery. He was a resident of
Rlchmondale, and about SO years old.
John Bullock, a prominent resident of
Equlmunk, Is visiting in town.
Special to til? Scranton Tiibunc.
Sprlngvtlle, April 3, F. U. Dough
erty h..s sold his farm and is moving
to Koine, Bradford county, where he
wijl have charge of a grist mill.
The Scrnntun Sporting club is litiv
lng'a club house built at Klk. Lake.
The School here closed last Friday,
and the principal, M. L. Allyn, moved
Ills goods Into the old creamery for
storage, having sold his house. Mr.
'and Mrs. Allyn will visit friends In
Scranton for a short time.
A year ago M. C. Avery moved to
the Volney Avery farm in Wyoming
county. This spring ho comes back to
his own and will have charge of the
W. S. Brown Is the owner oj: two
ewes that gave birth to a lamb each
last week, one of which fourteen
pounds and the other thirteen.
Delburt Button has sold his farm and
moved Into Burt Button's hoticc.
Mrs. K. 1 1. Button was taken sick
Sunday, and Is now under the caie of
The JUpntroso branch of the Lehigh
Valley railroad has been ordered re
paired by the railroad commissioner
or abandoned. It Is pot very likely
that Mthpr will bo done very soon,
A. S, Scott, of Chenango county, New
York, was hero on AVednesday last
looking after property Interest,
The following changes have been
niado hereabouts this spring L, j;.
flqulcr has moved to the Eistu Strick
land farm, Sam Lattlmer occupying
the plum vacated by Mr, Squler; Clark
Barber goes Into Ira A. Strickland's
tenant house; Jiuon Button moves to
his mother's farm, having rented his
to 'John Underbill, who took possession
Monday; O, B. Itlsey comes over to
the Wo'odhouho farm, which ho owns;
"W, K. Lott moves Into the old cream
cry, which lie purchased; T. F. Kel
logg goes over to his farm, and N. M.
nnraSfy.su try ,
sT" 4 4C5l aui ours 's so strong wc
1 jill trj gu.iruntcenciireurreuitut
free trial bottle If you write for it.
, BHILOU'S cost3 S3 cents and will cure Coui
sumption. Pneumonia, JlroticliHU and all
Lung -Troubles. Will cure a cough or cold
io. a day, and tlius prevent serioua remits.
It haa been, doing these things for SO years.
S. C. Wrr.i.s ft Co.. J,e Roy. N. Y.
Kr,' Clover Root Tea corrects Ike Stomach
Tltnian goes Into the room vacated by
the former; CI. P. Htang will stay In
the Scott house another year.
Mm. IiUey Wnkcleo Is expected homo
from Syracuse, N. Y this week, wherq
she 1ms been spending the winter with
her daughter, Mrs. A. N. Urundnge.
A. 1. Stevens Is Mirroring with nn
Injury to his knee, sustained a few
days ago white at work In the nuarry.
special in Hie bcruiiton Tribune,
Harford, April ;i, Mrs. Uabeoek, of
Hinghnmton, spent a few days last
week with her sister, Mrs. Polly Tiff
any. Miss Clara Tiffany entertained a
number of young ladles at tea Wed
nesday nfternoon In honor of Miss Ca
rola MacConnell's seventeenth birth
day. Highland Kstabrook, of Montrose,
will spend the summer with his par
ents and resume his studies at law at
Montrose In the full.
new Hawkins has purchased a lino
Miss Nellie Pickett, of Scrnnton,
Do you see a goose, a dog and a rab
bit In this plctuie?
spent her Easter vacation with her
'sister, airs. Lew Burdick.
Mrs. Paris' Tiffany visited in Fac
The warm sugar social that was to
have been held March 2S, was post
poned on account of the weather until
April 4. It will be in the lecture room
of the church for the benefit of the
Miss Edith MacConneli, of Wilkes
Barre, is spending her Easter vacation
with her parents.
Eugene Osmond started for Blooms
burg State Normal school March 2S.
Mr. Delden, secretary of the Hall
stead Railroad Young Men's Christian
association, occupied the pulpit of the
Methodist Episcopal church Sunduy
jspn-i.il lo the bcunton Ti ibunr.
Hallstead, April 3. Joseph Bound,
jr., has accepted a sltuutlou nt Syra
cuse, N. Y In the employ of, the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western com
pany. It. II. Bovvcllsli and wife have re
turned from a trip to Washington.
Jlrs. Bruce Chase and little son,
Bruce, visited friends In town last
Mr. and Mis. Davis, qf Nicholson,
and Mr. and Mis. M, Carpenter, of
Nebraska, were recent guests nt the
pleasant home of Mr. and Mis. P. It.
Charles Coinpton and wife are mov
ing Into the rooms over W. J. Day's
meat market, ,
Charles Hughes has accepted a posi
tion In the chair factory.
Nellie MeManus, of Blnghamton, Is
visiting at the home of Mrs. Leonard,
on Dayton avenue.
C. C. Do Hant, of Dover, N. J Is In
town, looking after his large farming
interests in this vicinity.
Patrick Butler, who has been In
County Clare, Ireland, for the past
year, has returned home. He has ac
cepted a position at the -Arlington hotel.
Dr. I. IX. Schoonmnker and wife are.
moving Into Mrs. Wesley's house, on
Grant Decker has accepted a position
A very pleasant time was enjoyed at
the society meeting held at the home
of Mrs, George. Hatfield, Thursduy af
ternoon, by tho ladles of the Presby
The Christian Endeavor society of the
Presbyterian church will hold their
thirteenth unnlversury service Sunday
evening at G.45 o'clock In the lecture
100m of the church,
James Stuekey has removed from his
farm In Great Bend township, to rooms
owned by V, J. Grnttan, on Franklin
Frank Gratlan has returned from a
business trip to Montrose.
Special tu the Scranton Tribune.
Hnmlinton, April 3. Mr. S. E. Mitch
ell has moved his household goods to
Moscow, whero he Is to work for C5, W.
Potter. Mr, Mitchell has been employed
for several years by G, W. SlmoiiB us
manager of his largo farm. In his
leaving thu vitiligo loses a good citi
zen, as "Shep," as ho was familiarly
called, was always of the samo cheer
ful disposition and ready at all times
to assist n neighbor, Ho will be suc
ceeded on Mr. Simon's farm hy P. A.
Halter, of Gravity, Pa.
Mr. Paul Eldred, or Hub, has leased
Joseph Edward's faun.
Mr, Eml Williams has secured 11 luc
rative position In the painting depart
ment of the Lackawanna road at
Homer Pelton, of the Stioudsburg
State Normal school, spent a portion ot
his Eabter vacation at homo with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pelton.
Mist, P. A. Orchard unci Miss Frances
Orchard spent several days vlaltlng
friends In Bcranton. Mrs. Orchard 1ms
been troubled for some time with her
eyes, she Is now being treated for the
same nt the Scranton Prlvato hospital.
No new cases, of smallDox have de
veloped. The scaro has subsided to a
targe extent and business has resumed
Us normal condition. Miss Croft, the
only victim, has entirety recovered, and
is now engaged In house cleaning.
Mr. II. ,13. Leonard Is nbout again af
ter being confined to the house several
days with hemorrhages of the lungs.
LONG RANGE PHOTOGRAPHY.
Negatives Are Taken Now at Dis
tances of About A Hundred Miles,
l'roin tlm London Tctoginpb.
Some of the dangers and dllllcultlcs
of photographing wild animals have
been removed by the tclo-bhotogrnphlu
lens, hy the use of which Lord Delu
mere obtained some striking pictures of
wild beasts In Central Africa. In the
ordinary way long exposures nre nec
essary to secure greatly enlarged pic
tures of distant objects with the tole
photographlr. lens. But by using a
llxed focus telo-photographlc lens
small Instantaneous plctprcs may be
taken up to about three-tiuarters
of a mile. Such a lens can
bo fitted to hand cameras at
a cost of about 5, and' would add a
fascinating department to the branches
of photography, In which the amateur
may Indulge. This Is. of course, quite
different from the long-range tele
photography. That covers distances
up to 100 miles. It Is reported that
MM. Vautler and Schaer have suc
ceeded In taking pictures at tills range.
Before the Natural Science Association
of Canton Vaud, M. Vautelr photo
graphed a number of Alpine views,
with remarkable results. The Matter
horn, eighty-two miles away, came out
with a perfection of detail as if it were
viewed through a Held glass from Zer
matt. M. Vautler bus made a notable
reduction In the bulk of his apparatus.
In his first experiments he used an in
strument which had to be conveyed In
a cart. His new tele-photographic,
camera is forty-three Inches long and
weighs thirty-three pounds.
One feature of the tele-photographic
leas Is that It sometimes enables one to
take pictures which would otherwise
be forbidden. For example, Glrard,
who founded the college which bears
his name In Philadelphia, forbade In
his will the admission of any clergy
man within its gales. Now, a clergy
man was particularly dcsiious of phot
ographing the beautiful capital oe a
Corinthian column in the facade of
the college, and with the help of a tele
photographic lens he was enabled to
secure an excellent picture, notwith
standing Glrard's curious prohibition.
In other cases where permits to photo
graph are necessary but hard to obtain
the tele-photographic lens may solve
the difficulty. Perhaps those people
who always hanker after forbidden
things may conclude that the lens
would give them a chance of photo
graphing forts and other prohibited
places in foreign countries. But they
will have to proceed warily, as Is il
lustrated by an anecdote told by the
Row Mtv. Fltzp.itrick before tho Cam
era club recently. Mr. Fltzpatrlck
traveled In Russia last August, and
although he met with no opposition to
ills photographing, lie came across an
Englishman who had got Into trouble.
Tho latter had been Using his camera
very freely and attracted tho notice
of the police, who wanted to know what
had been his subjects. "Oh, only
peasants," was the reply. But those
police know how to develop negatives,
and they put his plates to tho test, nnd
his peasants came out forts. The rash
photographer departed without his ap
paratus. Sheep Have Ear Trumpets,
I'iuiii (lie Youth's Conipjiiloii.
A ioiiepoudcnt lias found that the spliul hoiu
of 11 wild fclin-p, win 11 so plaied tlmt the ear !
in tlio axis of the coll, nukes the Hiking of
.watch inoie audible in 0110 paitliular ilhection.
Since tlio ear of the iecp i.s .inioiniJed hy tlio
hoin, ho infei Hut the latter act as an cir
tiuinpet, not iiupioUiijr the bearing for ilUt.int
Muiil, but dUcIonliiir the dliectlou of the
touml This would bo useful in en.ihliu? tho
xlieep to luicituiii the evjet points fiom which
fcoumW con 10 when tlieie i a mm or fog coiei.
lug Its feediiij; (ruiiuiiU
THE ODD PENNIES.
For.thesakeof saving odd
pennies don't buy an inferior
emulsion when you really need
The difference in price is
pennies. The difference in re
suits is pounds pounds of
new fleshand days of
strength and comfort.
Those who have lost flesh
can regain it more quickly by
means of Scott's Emulsion
than in any other way.
Scad lor 1'ree Sample.
scon' & uoww okmUu, 409 rent bt., n. v,
l.VCT.UM-Vcd MlnMicl... JilgM.
ACADIIMY bene SI) via company. Afternoon
bTAIt-trwIn'n lll Show. Afternoon nnd night.
t "'.'''i? . U,oll,nl" a drninatb-alion nf foltig
Hat heller book of the Mine name, wa tirescnt
til at the T.jccum lant oienlng before n fair idml
nudlence nnd with the well known pomedlan,
1.. M. Holland in tho title role. It wn the tec
ond nppiMinnic of tho play here this season.
'T.ben llolileu," the novel, tui been quite the
ogiie nnd It h Hell tot the piny that It bin tho
picsllge of Hie book lo fall Imek on for it In
doubtful If It could bIiiiuI long on lis own merlin.
It Is one of llio-c dtoiles that l not constructed
nlong Mich Hues ni to ni.ilto n trnnifer tu tho
tlieatilen! boauls e.iy, and while IMwjtil Hose,
the dramatist, bus ilono all that rould bo done,
tho ery ntmoxphere of the story Itself thwarted
I1I111 In his elToils to make u remarkable dianu.
The three aels of the play ale p.nlded with
endlem comeis.itlom, fome Intciestlng, (omo
tlroKiiinp. Wlut action the play contains, Is
eiy tame and passHc nnd circulates mainly
ainunil n woodehuck trap In which tho Illitiii
gets caught twlie. That Is the only effort nude
to hauoiv up the nenes of the audlcneo by,
menus of n thrlltlng tltinllou.
The chnrader nkptc1itt.tr of (ho pkiy Is un
usually good. The Eben Holden of I:. M, Hol
land Is a lliilfbod piece of woik and complctelv
submerges the netor in the character, nn expert
em o decidedly new to .Mr. Holland. Thu role of
Tip Tnjlor, Hip balr-llpped f.um band, was as
sumed by .', 11. Iliadhury and It Is filr to s.iy
that tip com" within a shade of sharing hon
ors wan the Mur of the cast.
Thu cast was without nn exception civ ca
pable nnd the scenery in nil Its details up to
the rrohmun itundniil.
"The Power of Money."
The Irene Jlieis company presented "The
Power of Money" at tin- Academy of Mu-ic list
night linrc a ciowdcd house. It was a line
presentation of a highly inleiestlng play and
coked the most unstinted appl.uup.
This nfternoon the company will pie-ent "'Ihe
Klectiltlan" and l-inlght "Xew Voifc D.iv In
Day." Irwin's Company at Star.
Without llovtilsh of tiuiupets or uniiMi.il prom
ises in adiauip, Kicil liwln's company yestc-i-day
gac one of the best bmlPnquc pcifoimim-cs
ccn nt the Mir theater this season. While the
company contains some "ibiers," It approaches
nearer to the Ideal hmlosqitc, fraught with
c.ilihy music, prottty faces, lixfner pictures nnd
bubbling fun, than many mote pretentious nt
Kaulittioiis. I'lominciit among the stars miy bo
mentioned Mail.: Paulson, of the famous Hat-li-oii
i-Mcis, who bcAitchcil ,i Oiman piincc
ume .M-ais auo and was oidctcd out of the
'the musical numbeis wcu- glint in a pica-ling
manner by the Ontiuy Comedy Tour, a male
quaitctte of unu-uil excellence; Celtic be Milt,
the ghl with ,1 winning smile; l.lrzie Van,
Alin.i llimnun and othci. A mciitoiiotts num
ber h.i n double quiitcttte, after the st,b' uf
the "i'Ioiodt.1 1" sextette, which iccclwd beany
encoic-s. 'the comedy was principally In charge
uf Hilly Watson .-in. I .lames I'. I. con, nil, 'I he
ti xx in show will lciualii the balance of th week
with matinees dail.i.
Big Minstrel Show.
The I..UCUI11 theater will hale for its alti lo
tion tonight the William II. We-t Dig Mhistiel
Jubilee. The West show this jenrs is duplicating
its p.i-t leput.itiun for pio-enling high cla- lulu
tticlsy in Its 1110-t titti.ict ix 0 101111, Inliu.h'.unj
scieial well known uiliu'.li.in-, a sioie nC fl
inous i-lngcts and iiiuling xaudciillc fcatuies.
In the couipan.i nic such well Known (omcill.un
as Hilly Van, John II. King, X. S. Can. 1'. II.
Hammond, dully. Zcb. while the olin features
will iinliidc sc-iri.il acts of lobulation, iiiuu.ig
whicli the the llio Tu.upc oi ntliletps, McM ilion
and King, Hilly Van, Catr, McDonald and I'.mh
ley, and Zcb and Zatiow Tito, lomedy and HKk
cyclist". 'Ihe singing fcatuios of tho show .lie
piomlsed as being tip to the usual high cltsS
slundaul iiIh.i.is nuilul.iiucil by the lite .Mr.
West. c.ils nic now ie.ul,.
The Songs in "Friend Karl."
"i'liciid Kail," the title of the play in
which Kumiit Demy will make his appcaiamc
nt tlie l.iccuiu Mtiuday initiuce and night is
iiggistlio of singing and mu-ic nnd ill this lo
spict the audience will line theii cxpei lati'im
fully H'.iluul. Tlie n.iifs b,nc been wiilt.-n
and composed bi the author of Hie plaj, 1). 11.
Soillu. and hence tlicy nie entirely appiopiiatc
tu the dltleiiiit r-ccuis and .-ilu.illon-.
"The Swinging hong" is plai fully de-ciiptbe
of tlie ilcllghlfiil iiiotiini of a child sttingliig in
a hammock. "Il.nl In Ihe Land of Our lllilli"
is a pattliitic song with -i 'tilling uiaiih ic
h.iln, neatilg of Ihe hue wc all b"ni timxiid
tho place of mil n.itix itx . The ballad "l.o.e"
lias fur Its llicini the tcmlci 'i.is.lou, as Its
li nut' Iiupllos. ".My .Mollici's l.ullab.i" is a
tomhlng song of siuct irmluNceiu-cs and bilngs
luck the tcmh.1 ii collections nf chihlliuoil wlcn
the niolhci sings lur little unes lo rlepp. "Child
Mil Hi" is liuiuiiioii, in mutlie with a qiuiut
tuiiih of sentliiicul. 'Ihe play N haiiiNinuely
moimtcd and the cniiqiany N exiellcnl. K.'.IU
now nn -ale,
"Are You a Mrtson."
N'cxt wick at I lie l.neuin ihcaicr (Monday)
Mill be tilled by the t.llic illtltle.l "Ale Vru'll
.Ma-oii!" 'Ihe hll.u lly i.f which has by pin.
pilous nun ciuicbcd Wnllaik's and the (laniilc
thealeis. New Voik, nnd l'owci's theatei, I hi
i.igo. Jloie iiccntlc it lias gained uithiisla.tlo
uppuiMil at the Miiitcshiui thiatei, l.on l.m.
'Ihe iouip.ui) to be sun hcie is one ol Midi un
U'ual excclleite lh.it a splilled iiifoim.iti t is
a-siucd. I.cu Dltilchstciu, tlie adaptci of the
Mice, whicli was oilglually pic-ciited In (!ci
m.iii), is a uieuilici of the company, nnd to lieln
out a fiieud ho puts on tin- skills nt a ch co
maker but tlnils he caiiuot n pjl) ii--iuni. her
feminine manner a lie donned liei garb.
Tlicmm A. Wi-e nud Juhn C. Hlie nppcai ,a
hiishiud., who pictind to be 1'ieo Masjn-, In ir
der to account In Iheli wlii, tor ab.enie fiom
heme in the ciciilngs. (icoige Itic li.mls' is seen
a tut pnjier candid ite for Initiation Into tho
M'ciet puler, Othcts In tlie mst uie Chailes .1.
liieeti, thailes Hilton, Clnile, i;datd. nud
.Miw. (ii-itrwk Wldlt), i;tliei- Tltlell, C.iaie
HaiUel, Hazel Cliapide, Amy .Mlllei, .sully Cuhcu
nun .Mamie liuicii. -caU go on sale (his morn
ing nt t) n'cloik,
Tlie iiniioui.cciuent of that fiiuous iiiuudiiii,
Mr, Dan Daly nud the tleorge W. I.cderer coin
uny, which Ineludes n'enty-llp of the most
pioiiiluent comedians and sinner. uf musical
comedy put gallieicd togclliev in tills countiy
in Mr, Daiy',s latest uml gieatest aucccs-i m
titled "The Xew Voikeis" at the l.jceuiu Tins
day night should be wclionud ultli delight by
all amusement gueii who ate fond of hli-li class
rmeiiniiiment ot tins Mint, The pcrfotinamc
Is unlM-isally conceded lu be one of the bill-lit-ct,
most cleanly, inot tuneful and fasdnatlng
of nil cnleitaliuiients of tills kind presented this
season ami Its staging is tlie nunc uf nil Hut
brilllauy of color and sumptuous btiiiouudlngs
which lias made musical comedy s-o popular lu
this countiy, as u fcaj-t to the eye and car,
Dan Daly Is acknowledged to stand pie-eiul-neut
among all humorist of the pa.t known
to the present day stage and bis nppeaiaiico tu
tlU city with all the oilgiiul ca.t which dun
aiteilzed the (our mouths' run of this peiforui.
once at the IKi.ihl .Scpuic theater should nuke
the event mcie than oidlnatlly uttr.utlic. Sells
go mi ,j tomonow morning at it n'llock end
u laige advance sale ii piedcled.
Academy of Music
The uttiaction all next xicck at thu Academy
ot Sliblc will be Ilia Walto Comedy and Moik
conqiany, Ladles' (liand Conceit oichejlia, whicli
this sea.on Is morn than duplicating its suit cm
of last season, when it was piououuced the best
organization of lis kind on tlie road. ThU )car
It i tttongcr and better Hun ever unci H,c "'
lug coiupjuy is an e.xcepllonally good one.
The lepeitoliv Includes ''The (lolden Clant
Mine"; "blavcs of t!old"i "The (ktuioon";
''War of Wealth"; Innocent llohemia," etc., nncl
an cl.ihoiate pioductlon, complete in cveiy de
tail, of "Ifndci Two I'lags." Tlie comuaiiy Is
especially strong in IhU play, and tlie tlectiical
l licit s iiilioduicd have been scented at great ex
pUL'e. 'Ihe sand storm Is the acme of icaUsiu.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT" DIRECT0i5
i . i i i . i i
4 Unas 10 Cents
More Than Tour Llnet, i Cents lor Each Bxtra tint.
rt.AT KOIl IIKNT nt 018 l.ackavv.inna ave
nue; nil modern Improvement. Inquire of
It. Moses, SIS Liackawaniiit nvenuo.
foil lillNT-lTve n.ce bright rooms at 5:7 Wy
roil ItHNT-Slx-.room flat with bath, ileum
beat, gis range and nil modern Improve
ments, from April lt! lent lensonalilc. Call
curly, l'led C, Hmut, Ml Mulbeny stieet.
HAM-' OP double bouse, 0111 Madlnon avenue;
tvvelvo ioom, laundry, city steam and nil
modern improvements. lnqulic in the rear
hoii"0 for Information.
rUHNISHIII) IIOUSi: Itent leasotubte to clc
slralile pirty. Call or address 128 Dudley
FOR HUNT In Hilton, a furnished coltiigc for
the pcason! Hup location; short dittnnco
from the station. AildreM Lock Hot 07, Dalton,
I'OU 11KNT I'lvp roonw, 827 Wyoming avenue.
l'Oll I1KNT A beautifully finished lioiiv of
twelve rooms, all modem conveniences, In
North I'atk: line location. Apply WIS Klectrlc
avenue, North Park.
STOIli: roil MINT n2:! West I,ai kavvanna a.
nue. Inquire I'lilllp Schnell, 020 Wet I,aeka.
I1AH.V FOH ni:NT-'jl2, April 1st, tlitee bo! and
three single stalls nnd wash lack, rear of
.121 Madison avenue. Inquire nt 031 Madison nve.
I'OU Iti:T Stoic building lor lent In Dickson
City, Iu. Ilullillng SO feet by 24 feet, cellar
under nil, nnd second slorv can be arranged for
a family. All in good repair icady for ue. jwo
coal bieakem and mines close by employing over
thousand people. An enterprising merchant
enn get a large trnde. Apply to William H.
ltlclimond, lllclunond Hill, :II23 X. Main avenue,
I'OR Hi:.ST I'uriil'hed moms, 218 Hairiscm ave
nue, between Itldgc Itnvv nnd l.ludin. Do
llglitftil for suuunri'.
FOB Itr.S'T One furnished loom, with improve
ments; also one on thiid Moor, cheap. lK7
FUIINI&IICD ROOMS for rcrt. model u imprjve
menu; pilvatc family; gentlemen pieteircd,
at Ki Adams avenue.
roit RKNT rumislied front room, with heat,
bath and gas; mar court house; gentleman
preferred. Addrcai Room, Bos: 29!.
FOK KI'XT l'mnishcd loom; heat and bath.
CJ5 Linden stieet.
FL'IIKISHKD ROOMS TOR RHNT. with beat, pas
and bnth, gentlemen pictericd, at D:'.D Adams
cows at HilO Dickio.i
I'OU SAI.i: Piivatc i.uty will sell .in upiUlit
grand full slu piano, in good lomlltloii mid
waitautcd, which cost i-t.'il) foi ?10 cab. Must
be sold nt once. Addie.ss P. O. llo.x 511 Suin
FOR SAM'. Appaiatus for mauui.ictuiiiig bot
tled soft dilnks for exciiijlon or saloon
ttade; lull iiisttuctions and foiinuii; one wagon;
eay tcmis. Kvans, 11.12 Sadie Place.
I'OU SALi; Will suciilUe an Kluci-on uptight
piano, huge sie for cash. Ha li.nl very lit
tle Use and is in peifcct condition. For paitic
ulirs address Oppoitnnlty, Tribune otllcc.
Jl'ST AltltlTI with foity hoiscs; good work
ers and drivers; weight fiom 1,11X1 to l.WJ;
"cvci.il closely matched teams. Cm be seen at
.'..il H.i)moiid cotut. K. M. Cobb.
For Sale or Bent.
ron SAI.ll OR ItUVr :i-aue poultiy uml fiult
faun; located oil old depot bill iiveilookimr
town; sidciidld pkue for summer residence; 10
minute' walk liom d.'put; il-ioi'Ui house; tutu
Nhcil or uufuinisbeil. Aildiiss J. K. Zvvei.ig,
PIHVATi: FAMILY wishes to have two niee men
to board, German or Lnglish. Call any tim
alter Thtusday. All convcni.-uccd, S07 Harrison
Wanted Booms and Board.
WAX'H'D Tvvj ecir.munlcutlng rooms vvlth board,
pilvatc family picfcitcd. Two lucfies and n
gentleman, btite lull paitleulais. Acidic 3s C.
II. 1)., Tiibunc office.
Wanted To Bent.
WA.NTKD ROOMS ror two adults, three or fom
loom-., furnished or unlurnislied for -very
light hmi-rkcipiug. Hist floor ptefetred. Addics
M. II., Tiibunc olllee.
WAXTIID l-'uniMieil liou-e or four or rive looms
for housekeeping. Address A. (1. 1.'., Tiibunc
I'OU S l.l' llor.se on noitlivvpt side l'ouith
stteit near Dudley. Duiuiioie; also lot nn
Vine slicel, between Wi lister and Ta.vloi ave
nue. Apply 218 ll.uri-on avenue.
I'AHM I'OU SAM! Sixli-two aeies, one mile
liom Lake Allel; twelve .ic.it-, nt tlnibei, let
InipiiiMtl; excellent sluing water un lot; Mini
situated on loud. I 'or paiticulai addle Will
iam Ticslar, Ailel, l'a.
I'AHM l'Oll SA1.K or exiliatige lor city pu,peity
situate in .u-iiielniuiii ciiimty; impioved;
well Wdtcicd; suitable lor dali.vliig. stock or
sbiti talsing and gen.-ial fainilus. H.iii)cii, At
toniey, IH'i'i Washington .iventii'.
blOLlv AXD WHU.VT TltADIIItS without delay.
Wilte for our special market letter. 1'reo un
application. S. ), lllbbatd & Co., incmbcis X.
, CViisulidatcd and block b.cluuge, 41 and 15
llioadvvay, Xew Yoik. Ustablished Hill, Long
Distance' I'lione 2383 Rroad.
Money to Loan.
AXV AMOU.NT OF MOXUY '10. i.OAl-Oulck,
straluht loans or Building and Loan. At
fiom I lo fl ncr cent. Call on N, V, Walker.
311-310 Connell building.
'llieio will be a iiiulliico evcty day, lonitneiiclug
(Inly lliiee cities will see Mis, I.clle Laitel lu
"Du Jl.ui)-" next season, lloston, Plilladelphia
Marin CiliUI will he stalled in a new inu,lca
comedy, If mcilt nnd oilglu.illly alvvais had
ll.clr Just iciogiiitiou this clianie would have
bun given her long ago.
I'llcn 'IViiy will play the iole of (Juceti Ivatb
eiine at tlio foitlicomiiig !shakct;icatu annlvci,
naiy pciioiiuaneu .it Miatford-ou.Avou.
When Charles I'lohnian nukes n star ol Chatles
lllehman it is said that William Courtney will
bo ilia leading nun of tho l.'mpiic Theater Stock
company lu .New- Yoik.
Lama Iluit sailed for London last Satutdiy
and will apicar in "The I'm pie Lad)" in Hut
illy under the management of Mr. Williamson.
Miss Hint turned down a good oiler lo appear
a "Zaa" in Atistialia,
David llcla.co has seemed coutiatU tovciliig
tlnre )eais with u uujoiity of thu company sup
posing Mis. Leslie Culler in "Du llauy,"
l.lkii Terry will inure than likely not appear
wllh'.Mr Ieiiy Irving wlien be toui this coun
tiy next seajon, but will take out a company of
her own, appealing In "'Ihe l'irst Duchess of
Sam Uciiuid has made Ihe announcement tlut
bo will bo niairic'd in June tu Miss I'loieuce
Deutclt, u non-professional of Xew Yoik. Mies it
said to be the daughter of u wealthy tobacco
l'laiiccvj Belmont, who Is to bo Chailes Haw
ticy'j leading lady next season in "A Messenger
fiom Mais," jumps ellieetly from Hie t hotels uml
lias never bad a speaking pait since her debut
on the tlagc.
BRANCH WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisiments Will Be
Beceived nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 F. lit.
ALBERT SCHULTZ. corner Mulberry
atrwt and Webster avenue.
dUBTAV P1C1IEL, (MO Adam avenue.
aEOnrjB W. anNKINS, lOl Bouth Mala
rRKD I TBRtPE,.72 Ctdar avenue.
OF.O. W. DAVIS, corner North Utia
avenue and Market ttreetv
CHARLES V. JONES, 1557 Dlckwa
F. J. JOIIN8, P20 Orcen Ridge itreet.
O. LORENZ. corner Wwhlngton ave
nue and Marlon itreet.
W. H. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irving avenut.
J. Q. BONX ft SON.
Help Wanted Male.
WASTED A dober. Industrious man for loaoh-.
man; vvrllc giving references and statp wages
wanted. Addre IC, Tribune office.
WANTED Man for window 'hade dcp.it uncut.
Apply tit donas l.ongM Hons.
WANTED Kiisl-c-lass pnlntei ; sicinly einplny
inent for light pally. Address 11S Wuync
WANTED A clothing salesman of cxpcilence
nnd good iublls. Adddics "Mcichanl," cuie
MAX with hoisc and wagon wanted to deliver
and collect. No canvassing. s!l per week
nnd expense. S150 cah deposit requited. Col
lector, Uox- 7S, I'lilladc'lnbla.
WANTED An rxperienced c-Ieik in cuituiii mid
diapcry deiaitmenl, with icfciciu.es. Apply
Ooldsmitir llnraiir, city.
WANTED Expet ienceel solicitor for cstiiblisbed
ti.ule; peimanciit position; uive lefetriiecs.
Address "Solicitor," P. O. Box 31M, city.
WANTED Two expeilenccd steuogiapheis;. ap
ply to International &alt Co., Council build
ing, Sctanton, l'a.
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED A )oung lady to act as steiioguipher
and office assistant. One who has bad some ex
peilcjicp on books piefciied. Aihhcss "P.,"
LADIES WANTED Home woik, ssJO per month
gitniaiitecd, stamp for pat tlc.ul.us. Xatiiiu.ll
1'. & S. Watili Co.. Baltlmoic. -Mil.
WANTED Help, women and gills, a mill hands
in a neaiby city; expeilenee not nuess.,iy.
Call on miiuifactmirs icpiccnt.ilive L-icka-wannnie
Valley House, 1'iid.iy nnd Satiuil.iy, fiom
II lo Y2 it. m., i to o nnd 7 to U p. m. 111 in-teie-t
men vvilh families.
WANTED At once, Piotestaut gill -for poli
cial housework; (ieiiuau m- Swede piefciied;
1 cfel cnce.s lcqulieil. Apjily 7ir) Madison avenue.
HELP WANTED Appicntite gills wanted at
onee. Apply at Vienna Diessuuikiug Par
lors, 'Ail Lackawanna iivctuie, fouilli tlooot.
(II llli WANTED for gcneial houi-owork in fainllv
of four ndullx, who ean sleep home. Apply
at 3-' I (!lb-on stieet.
WANTI'.D A competent cook; be-t of rcfeicnces
iciiiiied. IUI Jelleison avenue.
LADY CANVASSER wanted to folieit subscrip
tions for The Tiibune; good lommissioii of
feted with a fair guarantee for fust-class worker.
Apply pcisnnally at Business .Manager' a cilice,
SITI'ATIO.V WANTi:i)-lly a .voting giil to take
caie of chlldicu nr do light housework; ego
10. Apply 102 Theodoie street, Piovidcuie.
tslTl'ATlOX WANTED lly n joung gill to take
tale of childieii or du light hoiisevvoik, Call
104 Theodoie street.
WANTE A position .is an cxpcticncetl sten
ogi.iphtT and bookkeepti. Addu-s A,, Tiib
SITUATION WANTED Tu go nut by day wash
lug, boning or cleaning, Please call at l-'tS
1'i.iuklln avenue, city.
MTe'ATlOX WANTED By a gill, l.'j )c.us old,
as muse gill; can furnish irfcicuccs. Ad
dies A, Tiibune ollke.
AN EXPEltlENCED woman would like position
at liousewoik of any kind. Aihhcss .Mis, E,
A. Daly, -.mij Pc-tin avenue.
WAXTED-Suund saddle pon.v. I.. II. .lones, :.()1
Xoith lltoniley avcuue.
I.OiT llv a poor woman, a puiso iimlalniiig S20
un the .south Side Wednesday inclining. I'ltid
er please le'.ive at llumphre.v's cliint stoic, 111b
l.O.-iT At the eluilty lull, il dtiehcsse lace hand
kerchief. I'lutlcr will bo l in allied by il
luming same to o'.vuet, Adddicss E. K caie
LOhT $..", between Peek Linnber Co,. East Mar
ket street mid Picsh)trt!au iliunli. Ilcward
If letuiucd lu oltlee nf Peik Lumber Co,
( Dissolution of Fartnership,
DISSOLUTION Or l'AltTNEItllll'-Tlic' iarlner
ship lierelofoii existing between !, M. Purdy
and A. M. 1'iuu, under the linn name of Purdy
& rinu, U this 'Ji'tb day of Mauh, 1HU2. dis
solved by iiiutuil toiuent, A, M. I'lnn retliing.
'Ihe business licieaflcr will be luutiuueil by .1. 51.
Puiily iindir the Hint name of .1, M, Ptitdy k Co.,
tn wliniu all outst Hiding in counts will be paid
and who assume all liabilities.
I. M, PIIIIDV,
A. M, I'lnn.
Dalton, Mauh 'J'), JUtr.'.
A MEETINU of the members of Ihe Isickjvvautu
Stoic Association Limited, will be held at the
office of tho association in Seranluu, Pa., on
Monday, the lltli day of Apill. A, D. 1W, at
half past tvvn o'clock in tlio afternoon, for the
puipose of taking action upon the fiicsliou of
dissolving Tlio Lac kavvanna htmc Association
Limited, by voluntary uctlcn of the memberi,
and, in case it is decided to dtssulvc the said
utsocliillon, then lor the fuither puiposo of elect
ing three liquidating tltistees to wind up the
alfaiu of tlie association uieoidlng to law,
II. K. l'AlllCUII.I), .Scciclai)-.
Scranton, Pa., Match ., lUcr.'.
NOTICE U hcicby given to Contraelou or Build-
era that the Tiustcra of the East htiouds'mig
Stato Noinul Sch'J will ittelvc bid up tu :t
!. in., Apiil 'Jl, ui,' for the const motion unci
uiul.lilng of a Ihiee-.Hoiy lliick Seioo llullcl
up. ISO feet by 7-2 feet; Elevations, Diavvlngj,
and Detail I'Ijiis can be seen at the nfiioc of
tlm Sccielaiy of tlie Conuiilttce, 'I', V, Hoirnuu,
East Stioudsbui'.'. Pa, l'u 1 1 and eouiajctc hik'tl
tlcatlonj may beud on applleatlou Tii tlio St,'.
ictury. The 'trustee reserve Hie light in ie
Jcct any oi all bids. II. 1. MOItEY,
Cluliuun ot llulldliig Committee.
3 Insertions 25 Cent
Mor TH1 Pour Unci, ft Ctnti tor Bach Bxtra tlm," "
I'll! ST LEOLSLATIVK IHHTnlf TVaH, 1. Ksrs.
by given to the ltepubllcan votera of Hi
lint legislative District, that a primary elec
tion will be held on atturday, Aptlt 20, 1D0J, be
tween the houri ol four and (even p. hi,, lor the
purpose of nominating; a candidate for tho Leg
islature In represent the dlntrlct ami to elect two
delegate.) to the ltepubllcan State Convention tu
be held nt ILirtlnhurg June 11, ID03.
The convention lo rompute the o!c will be
held on Tttewlay, April 2fl, nt 10 o'clock tn Co
operative Hall. Each candidate must register,
with tlio district chairman, bis full name and
postofflcc nilcli cw, and pay bin aaexment fifteen
days before the election, nr lilt name Will not be
placed on the official ballot,
Tlie district vigilance committee; tn the vail
oils precinct, will conduct the election, am) Hut
lesult will be teported by the return Judge to
the district convention, which will be composed
of tin return Judges. A written notice contain
ing their instructions will be mailed to Hie mem
bers of the various district vigilance committees
CEO. W. JENKINS, Chairman.
Attest-W. W. SIMPSOX, Secretary.
SECOND LEdLSLATlVE DISTItlCT-Xotlce Ii
hereby given tn Hie ltepubllcan voter ot
the Second Legislative district that a primary
election wilt be held on Saturday, April SB, ,1901,
between (bo hours of four and seven oclof:.p.
In., for the purpose of electing two delegates to
lepresent said legislative district' In'the' coming
ltepubllcan state convention to be held In Hr
risburg on June 11, 1WW, and to nominate,, .
candidate for the legislature.
The convention to compute the x-otc will lie
held on Tuesday, April 2I. IfKB, at 1 o'rloek p.
ni., In the rooms of the Central ncpublican e lull
tn accordance with the rules governing thW
district tho candidates will ltc voted for directly
hy the voters nt the polls. Each candidate must
register with the district chairman his Ml name
and postofflce address and pay his assessment
twenty days before the election or hit name will
not be placed In tlie official ballot, neither will
am- votes cast for him be counted.
The district vigilance committees In the vail
ous precincts will conduct the election and.tne
icstill will be reported by the return judge to the
ilistiict convention, which will be composed of
Ihe return judges of the various districts. A
wiitten notleo containing further Instruction? will
be sent to the members ot the said district vigil
rUEDEniO W. FLEITZ, Chairman.
Atlcst: WALTElt E. DAVIS, Secretary.
AGENTS WANTED for the best carpet atrctchcr
made; nine other articles, needed In cveiy
home. Apply lo W. .1. Bicwster, Itoom 20, 50
Linden stieet, bcrjuton, Pa., af 7 p. nt., or by
Dry, clean and modern up-to-date
storage; separate rooms;
Individual kevs; elevator. An
xideal stoiago for household effects, etc. Thirty
septuato storage rooms. Scranton Storage com
pany, lit! Kianklin avenue, J
HHEU.MATISM All nartlcs that wish ran be
speedily and permanently cured of all va
rieties of lllicumatlsm by a vegetable compound.
Cuies guaiantccd. Inquire or addtess J. E, Tay
BANJO PUPILS WANTED Konner member -of
college banjo club, desires few pupils on
banjo; tcims leasotuble. Addics II. A. V.,
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWAItD C. SPAULDING. 23 TUATIERS BASIC
Building, and St. Paul Building, New York.
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ABCIIITECT, CONNELIi
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCH. B REAU
Estate Exchange Bldg.. 12 Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. IIAUDINO, COS CON'NELL BfJILDINO.
DR. C. E. EILENBEIIOER, PAULl HUILDINO.
Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. O. O. LAUBACII, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
VlJLLARD. WAltltEN & KXAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counscllots-at-Lan-. tltU to i12 Conncll
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Room 12, ll, 16 and IS Burr Building.
D. B. REPLOOLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS NECO
tiated on real estate security. Mears Building,
corner Washington avenuo and Spruce street.
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COUX-
sellora-at-law. Commonwealth Building. Roomi
10, 20 and 21,
EDWAIID W. THAYER, ATTORNEY. BOOM
wq-um, yin noor, Mears building;.
L' A, WATREf-. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARU
PATTERSON t WILCOX, TRADER'S NATlONAla
C COMEOYS, 013 BPPUBLIOAN BUILDINO.
A- W. BERTHOLF. OFFICE MOVED TO NO.
211 Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Surgeons,
DR. W. E. ALLEN. S13 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. 8. W. L'AMOREAUX, OFFICE 330 WASH
Ington avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulbeny.
Chror.to dlseues, lungs, heart, kidneys and
gcnlto-urinary organs a specialty. Hours, 1
to 4 p. m.
Osteopathy. t w
DIt D. . EVANS, OSTI.'OPATII, 120-S Jli.SH
ington avenue. Chronic,. aud nervous "liWeajar
a specially. Consultation (fct. fl ft ,,
.V ,. - . . u 4JW -!"
Instruction Musicai ""' &
P. C. PEUSEt, MUS, .HJo; TEACHE Of"
Voice Cnltuic. Uainiony, Counterpoint anil"
Composition. Oomposltjon ;iiflirectciU'aii i&
vised for publleatloin jJ5'NevvfY'oik ittcat r
Hotels and Bestaurants, I
THE ELK CAFE, 1M AND 1J7 FBANKUN.AVlp
nue. Hates reasonable. - ;"
P. ZIKOLEB, Pfoptletor. .
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., h. i W, PAS-"
tenger depot. Conducted on the Huropua"
plan VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor. .-J
A. D. lijtiaaS CLEANS riHvTAWui'ANfe'
tea pools; no -odori only improved pumps uieip
A. IS. Briggs, proprietor. Leave ordera l0jr.
North Main avenue. or.Elcke's drug store, cor-"
ner Adarrs and Jiulbeity. Both telephones, T
G. R, CLARKE Ic CO., SEEDSMEN AND NIJR3
erjmcn, storo 2U1 Washington -avenue; giestj
homes, 1030 North Main svenuei, stora Jtltm
phone, 782. ' T V.T 6 ?
JOSEPH KCETTEL, HEAR 511 LACKA. AVE.',
Scranton; p.', nunulicluier ot Wire Screeni,
I.. .1 i i f
DltESSMAKI.N'a I'OU CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladles naUts. l.yui.a blioemoker, ili
MEGAROEE IJUOS., PRINTERb' SUPPLIU8, EN.
v clones, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, Jji)
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa.
THU WILKESBAHRB RECOBlfOAN BE lfc
In Scranton at the news stands ot ReUuiau
Bros., 40ei Spruce aud WU Linden; ti. Norton.
s Uckswanna avenue; I. S. Schutitr, tU
1 y I
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