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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY APRIL 8 1002. ,
Jpreltt to the Scriiiton Tribune.
Montrose, April 7. Mrs. J, V. Hunter,
bf Hnyre, wan tho gutst ot idatlvcH In
town over Sunday.
Arthur Smith unit Wnlter Uenedlct,
two well-known young: men of this
Ilncp, rue contemplating eiillHlineiit In
tho United States army. Some of their
friends object, and the boys may pos
Blbly bo talked out of the Idea.
nenorls from Dr. C. t. Mnchcy, who
underwent a Berlotis HUrglcul operation
In Seranton hist week, aio very encour
tiBlng and tho doctor's speedy and com
liloto recovery Is conlldcntly expected.
Our former townsman, CIcoieo C. Hill,
now a resident of Hatavla, N. Y., has
been spending a week ninonR his for
mer neighbors and friends la this place.
T. J. Davles, cs( Is preparing to have
the old ofllco ot YV. II. and II. C. .res
nap, recently purchnscd by him, paint
ed, papered and otherwise embellished
on tho Interior, and he expects to soon
establish his law ofllce therein. AVhen
completed It will make one ot the hand
pomest and most convenient ofllces In
Chailes D. Heck, of Scraliton, spent
Bundny at the home of Ills mother in
The members of the Presbyterian
church will hold a meeting at tho
church on "Wednesday to net upon tho
resignation of lie v. A. U Benton, D. V.,
tin pastor. Itev. P. H. Urooks will pre
side. Miss Jlollle Scott left on Friday for
Koranton, where she expects to make
her home for the futtttc.
Mrs. Ilodney J. Stark, daughter of
Mr, and airs. It. G. Scott. Is ill at the
home of Mr. and Mis. J. 11. Coolcy, on
Couth Cherry stioet.
Tho spring and summer sessions of
the Sunday school of St. Mary's Catho
lic church will be resumed about May jl.
The feast of the Annunciation was
observed at St. Mary's church
morning at 10 o'clock.
Epccial to the Seranton Tribune.
Forest City, April 7. Ilev. S. YV.
Derby, of Mansfield, pleached ills first
sermon In Christ Episcopal church Sun
day evening, and made a very favor
nble impression. He has tho hearty co
operation of all tho mcmbeis of the
"W. F. White and F. D. Iloman were
Corbondalo vlsltois yesterday.
Dr. L. E. Pel kins has moved his oflleo
to tho second floor of the "Wellbract
building. The doctor and his wife are
now boarding at the McLaughlin house.
II. AV. Brown has moved his family to
the rooms vacated by Dr. Perkins.
County Surveyor L. D. Benson was
In town today.
Tho fair of tho Vnndling Hose com
pany was n, financial and social suc
cess. Large ciowds weio present each
evening. The Mitchell IIoso company,
of Cnrbondnlc, was expected Saturday
evening, but failed to arrive.
On "Wednesday evening Dr. J. C. Bate
son, of Seranton, will lcctuie In the
Special, to tlie Seranton Tribune.
Giccn Glove, April 7. Last bimdiv tlie Molho-ili-,t
Eplsciipil Smut ty school elected the follow
ins linkers for tho mining jcai: Supciiiitcndint,
C. L. Clirl.; udii-.tiiut superintendent, F. W.
Lewis; secretary, Aitlnir Vail; assistant sccic
tir.v, Miss lleatriee Cl.uk: ficnMuer, Mis. O. 1'.
Villj n-si-tint (leisure, Mi's Ainu Hall; Ulnar
i.111, Min Llzic Milt in; ehoiMcr, Aitliiir Cliik;
assistant chorister, Arthur Vail; organi-t. Mis.
Aitlmr Clark; .i-Nt.mt 01 gauist, Miss Jennie
Clark. 'Hie following clas-o-i also chose thoii
toad us: Xo. J, James 1. Wilson; No. .1, Mis.
(). I. V.ill; Xo. I, 1 W. Lewis; No. 0, Mi's
Jennie ("l.nh; Xn. 11, Ml. Aitlmr Claih. Climes
Xo.-.. :! .iiid T will choose tlieir teachers net
Xet nnili.. ut 11 o"i Iml., ltd. 11. It. Han
ton will pie.uli .11 Mould ih fin tlie l.i-r. time
It foie irolny to (uufiicuic, but we -.inocroly hope
tut we 111.11 hue the ple.iMiic of listening to
I1I111 fr-r another ,M.ir.
Miss Maiy N..1II, vho hi-, ken .afllictcd with
1 Ik'iimi.i 1 1-111. is convalescing.
William .-li.innoii, who h.i-. bom seriously ill, Is
'After rpemltiu few ut.i-. with her parents
Mi-.-; Aihlla Men lit Ins illumed to Jl.in-lloli
SUtn Xoini.il M.I100I,
Bpeclal to the Seranton Tribune.
Kuctorjillle, April 7. I.krnsc eourt of this
coiinly open-, today, and pulups bj 'etlnes.ij,v
cr 'riiureday It will be known whether this towii
will limi" a lUiiwjd Iiohc or not Ibis jear.
At the llaptist iliurch last huudiy iiiouilnsr,
loinin'iiiilon milin wcie held, and the eieulii
tenites were devoted to music.
Tho eleitilu Unlit company tuineil 011 the street
HkIiIh lust friday nlslit fur the Ih.st time, ;u a
The liuninu heart, that most wonderful
of engines, is scarcely krger than n man's
fist. Yet in each tweuty.four hours the
dual heart moves approximately bis tons
of blood, equivalent to about two barrels
of blood per hour. And this continues
without ceasing from the first breath of
infancy to the last sigh of age, Is it any
wonder that when continued extra strain
is put upon so delicate and busy an or
gan, it should break down? Is it any
wonder that in this age of overwork
there should be nu increasing number of
deaths attributed to heart failure r
Drt Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of tlie organs of digestion
and nutrition and purifies and enriches
tlte blood, One of the ingredients enter
ing into tlie "Discovery" is one of the
best heart tonics known to medicine.
Thus while through theactlou of "Golden
Medical Disco; cry" the body is nour
ished into strength the heart is also
strengthened and nn adequate blood sup
ply is pumped to the stomach and kid
neys thus improving the action of these
bick people, especially those .suflering
frqm chronic dise.ibes, are united to con
ult Dr, Pierce by letter free, and to ob
tain without charge, the opinion of a
(specialist on their ailments. All corres
pondence btrictly confidential. Address
Dr, U. V. Pierce, IJufTalo, N, y,
I bad been troubled Itli catarrh ofthe stoiu.
cll and heart trouble." wj'.tei Mr, V. I). Merch
ant, of Tylmburs. Clarion Co , 1'euiu. "Hud
doctored for njiiic time without relief, then I uc
gau to take Dr. 1'ierci's Golden Medical Discov.
cry, I took keveu bottli. lleforc I began to
take it I weighed 119 pound, and now I welch
176. I am working steadily and feel like a new
man. I scud you many thanks."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the
bowels and stimulate the sluireisb, liver,
tet. They were only on about an hour. A Is
Rtnemlly the caie In starting: a now plant anil
line, It taken some time to get It properly nil
Justed. Tlii llahls ore. of 24-candlc power, ltli
a ollano of 110 to each light, wliliti (fives a
xery pood light, and Is n. marked Improvement
out the old oil lamp. The wlrlnjr of bmlne3
places nnd private icslilcnces will now be taken
up by the company.
Ml' Illlrilieth Wrlaley, of Cnrenoila, X. V
who hu been uprnillna; n week here with friends,
left today tor the nboie-nameil plate.
Tho mrmbers of I'.mlouivi llcbcl. ill lodge, Xo,
6S, Independent Order of Odd Pellott, will pay a
fraternal lslt to Miliotron Tuesday cienlnir.
The Mliei Kallirjn and Xlim Stall: fpent
their Kaslcr Vieatloii at (Icniian Hill.
The boiougli louiiill met ill regular seMlon last
Mrs. Percy l)uHoh. of Iliookl.vn, X, V., pent
last Saturday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. C.
I'lictoiwllle encampment, o. 21(1, Indipendcnt
Order of Odd fellows, will Install ollkeM nt their
net legular liieetlnu; WedneMljy night, April 9.
'I he lepott that the I.U'kananna Ilitiltoud com
piny wai golntf to build a new tulveit under
their tracks back of the Methodist KpNcopal
clitirih In thin place. In ordci to do away ullli the
grade ciosslng north of the ktallon, is without
foundation. 'J ho matter ot building; nu utidci-
MOTHER GOOSE PUZZLE.
I MBMgeMgaesgBBaatMMerggigoga--i-ieijf 1 n
When tho little man shot tho wlgr off
his friend's head, he frightened the cow
Into jumping over the moon and Mar
jorie Daw into shivers. Find Marjorle
Daw and the cow.
piwjge beneath tho Hacks east of tho t-tatlon
may be taken up b the company later.
Special to the Seranton Tribune.
Tow iml 1, Apill 7. The Lehig' Valley Jlallioad
company has just issued 11 nrce to tho elicit
that in incica.se will ho. gn Ad in calaiics of
einploj es in the shops at buy
Daniel Itobcitsqn, of Sir Aon, who I111 been
putting in casji earlier ems at AUicns, on
Monday had the lni&foiti to cut an artery in
his leg with a knife, with which he was cutting
The furnishings of the inet house .it Athens
have jiiat been fold at loiistable's tale.
Mr.s. Samli Jlycr died nt Camptown oil Monday,
aged Pi! vcais. Five giowivup cluldicn surrive
her.-. U11111I was at Towauda this afternoon.
A .saw mill owned by John O. I'Jollct was de
stroyed by l're at the foot of the plane, on Fri
The board of health propose to investigate the
mill, supply, whIUi has been dictated to be of
'1 lie uuiiiakc ot C. L. lliiiuphiey and Mhs
Helen Ovciton ociurrcd at the home of the
bride's mother on Wednesday.
Itobert Troutman received injuries at the luldge
woik in Athens which caused his death. He w:is
liing- a licit, wlieu his blccvc caught, "and lie
was hurled Into a pile of iron, receiving a frac
The boiough school board has just received
fifty Georgia poplar trees to be set upon tho
lots of their three school buildings.
Fire destroyed two buildings on the Bostvvick
farm in Vyso- on Thuisday morning. Besides
its contents, eight cows and three horses wei
consumed. Ihere was a light insurance,
Mr-. C. h. Annlck died at her homo in Ki.vre,
on Wednesday. Her infant child, two dajs old,
died on TucAlay, A huaband and four children
Miss Helen Porter, of Tovvanda, has accepted a
position as critic and Manuscript render with the
Ladles' Home Journal and the Satuiday Kvcnlng
Poet, at Philadelphia.
Hrial Hurt, of Waveily, who recently celebrated
his one hundred and first birthday, had become
a pcnnile-- man, but now, instead of being com
pelled to live hi tho county pooihouse, the Young
Ladies' Sunsldnc society aro looking after Ids,
necessary needs, Mr. lluit still keeps all Ids
faculties to a remarkable degree, and bis ejesight
is very good. Ho is not a teetotaler. Ho ucd
tobacco until twenty-one )isrs ago, time which
time lie lu chewed wild iheiry bark.
A dispatch from Lansing, Midi., states that
State Insurance Agent J, V. llany lias icfuscd
to renew the Michigan license of the National
Protective Legion of Wavcrly, N. Y., which has
about 7,000 mcmbeis in that slate.
Special to the Seranton Tribune.
DundalT, April ".Mis, W, L. Decker has re
turned homo from a Wiek's vUlt among relatives
at .trillion and Uniotidale.
William Dicker, our genial landlord, Is having
his hotel papeicd and painted throughout the
Inside, which is -a gicat tmprovenient, and adds
ninth to the looks of the plaie,
lMvvard ltoberts is trjin to htudy out an in
cubator Hut i not only very simple, but cheap,
and within tho leach of all. Ho uses in Us con
struction old flour bands, sawdust and warm
water, 'Ihc piteut has not jet materialized, but
Is on tho way, eo lMdlo saju.
Tho people of the borough were all plrxscd 1o
Fee our butcher, F.Imcr llidgcway, icniiu back
Saturday, after an absence of Mviral months.
Mr, Jones, of Greenwood, is visiting at the
homo of W. L. Millard.
Hcv, Ncwrll, of Unloudale, preached In the
Mi-tliodlft Episcopal church ot this place, both
uioinlng and ev tnlng, on Sunday last.
Hcv. W, II. Tinker, of HulUtcad, Is soon ex
pected heio to take tho pastoral of tho Fiist
MLs Jcunlo Spiong iloses her school this week,
anticipating attending Keystone academy In tho
O. T, Hull lias rented his faun, and expects to
devote his time, for a while at least, at his
Mine, which ha eipects'to repair and paint, put
ting in new (dlar walls and lulslng the building
up; also making changes in the interior, giving
lil 1 11 ruonv for larger stock.
It von have any business with Tho Tiibuue call
on 'vpilie Wells, lie will take jour name and
bee that ou git jour paper regular.
Special to the Seranton Tribune.
Durjea, April 7. James While, of Wilkcvliarie,
was v lilting ut tho homo of Mlm i:ilza Ilrowii,
Jlr. John Johns was a caller In Seranton Sat
urday. Mr. Henry Madison and Mrs. William Camp
bell were callers at the home of Mrs. William
A social will be held at the Brick Avenue
Methodist Episcopal church Tuesday crtnlng.
All are welcome.
Tho banquet ghen by the Lackawanna lodge,
Ko. 157, Knights t Pjthlas, last evening In the
Father Matliew hall In honor of their fillemtli
aniihcrsary, Will long bo remembered ns one ot
the most enjoyable affairs ever given by the to
elety. Tho gathftlng included tlie members and
Jlielr wlies and Irltnds to the number of about
four hundred. At 0 o'ctock the members and
their guosla rcptlrcd to tho banquet room a It J
were seated to tablra prettily arranged. 'J he fol
lowing delicacies were served! Itoafl turkey,
ilrewlng; glblct aauce, cranberry Jelly, fold
roast beef, ham, mashed potatoes, potato tilad,
celery, olives, ussorlcd pickles, pnTunlpf, cream
c.ibbige, peas, colfie, take, fiult, Ice cream,
cream chcee, lianqiiel wafers, llcglnnlng at 8
o'clock Ibe following piogrammc was tendered
by the member ot the .lolly Many Jenkins rom
piny: Jubilee singing, I.ee, llilttcr, Johnson,
Thomas, Bappj quartette, Old Plantation rongs,
Johnson, Snpp, Penney, Williams', coon songs,
l.lly rtutler; luundolln nnd guitar, Sapp mid
Thomasj illustrated (mugs, Will 1'. Hurlcci bulk
anl wing dancing, bum Johnson; Jolly Harry
Jenkins In up to-dale comedy ( cuke walk, four
couples. Later In the evening the stage was
ilcared and dancing was ciijojcd for reveral
hours. Tlie music was turnUhed by Lavvrenic
oitliestra of Seranton. Tlie committee In charge
were! Hector Jones, chairman; II. Ileik
helser, treastner! Kdvvln McClay, sicielniyj Dan
0. Jones and T. II. Williams.
The Jolly Harry Jenkins company will give a
weck'd performance at tlie opera house begin
ning tonight when "Tlie Curse of Ucititj" will
be presented. W ill 1". liull.e, founerly of Prov
idence, Is n iiieinbir of the conipuiiy.
Among thoe from heic who attended the
funeral of Thomas Clark at Aulibild jostcrday
were: Mis. Maiy Keegan, Mrs. Thonins Tlana
hue. Mis. P. .1. MeUovcui, Miwes Mame and
Nellie McGowau, Lkvic Swannlck, Maine (lib
bous, Mamie and Katie Lawler, Mary Rogan
May Ferguson, Annie Hoban and Cluiles Cam
John Y. Williams, n fonner Ucidcnt of this
place, was soiloii-ly injured In the mines at
Wllkes-Uane on Satuuli). His son, T. L. Will
iams, went to Wllkco-liaue Saturday night.
The Women's guild of St. (Jcoige's Fpiscopal
church will seive a supper at the residence of
Mis. Jennie 'Vo.vlc on Lackawanna, street this
evening from J to S o'clock. The menu will be
Welsh larebit, cold boiKil ham, veal lotf, creamed
potatoes, cabbage salad, baked beans, beets,
pickles, brown nnd white bread, ns-oited cakes.
tea and coffee. Supper 23 cents. Ice iie.un will
also be sold.
Anthony Itog.ui, of Scotch sheet, hts accepted
a position in J. Ii. Connell's whole-ale house,,
Miss Manic C'auoll, of Honcsilale, was the guest
of Mr. and Mis. M. 1!. Daitis over Sunday.
llionu Baltic, of Caibondale, wa3 a visitor
in town Sundiy.
Itobert, tlie oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. S.
Lewsley, is ill with scarlet fevei.
Miss Mamie Jones and II. H, Jones have re
turned home fiom a trip to California.
'1 lie employes ot the Delaware and Hudson
collieries at this place were paid jesterday.
Itobeit McKlnlcy, of Scotch street, is on the
jury this week.
Miss May Jones has lesigned her position'", itli
tho Dickson Stoic company nt Throop,
The following unclaimed letteis remain at the
Tajlor postotllce for the period ending April 7,
1002. Persons calling for tho panic will please
nay advertised and give date of list: Domestic
David T. Cooper, Clinton Young. Foreign Malrd
Baran, George hrlnuml, Peter holms, Jacob Loj
l.a, Jan Liajak, Lulgi Bcmisa, Karah lluglel,
George Selenun, Janes Sela, tyzinon Settak, Fiank
Tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at 7..'!0 o'tlock,
Mrs. A. M. Holvey, of West Plttston, will lecture
in the Methodist Fplacopal chiirib, under the
auspices of the Wonnn's ChrNtlan Temperance
union. Kver,vbody is roidially invited to come.
A grand conceit will be held nt the I'limlthe
Metliodlst church of West Tajlor, on Thursday
evening. An excellent piogrammo has been ar
ranged for the occasion. A treat is promised all
thoec who attend.
Mi,es Hannah Powell and Hannah Davis visit
ed their cousins, Misses Floieneo and illodwln
Jones, of Bellevue, on tho Sabbath.
Messrs. William Andrews, John Coombs and
Alfred Jones will leave for tlieir native land,
Mr. William Jones, of Lincoln Heights, visited
relatives in this place on Sunday,
Miss Jennie Gorrlty, ot Seranton, has icluuied
home utter being tho guest of her cousin, Miss
Josephine Clarey, of Oak sheet.
Foity boms devotion to tlie blessed cioninent
opened in St. Mar) 'd cbuich alter 10,30 o'clock
mass on Sunday morning. In tho evening Ilev.
II, P. Burko preached a sermon, taking for his
text, "Jesus wept when He saw the city," Tlie
litany was chanted by Itcvs, Kcin.in, Cunavan,
Uurke, Morrison, Dixon und Quitman.
Tho marriage of Itlchard Cavanaugh and Miss
Mary CI I If 01 d is announced to take place this
The Avoea Hose company will meet this even
ing to mako airaiigements to attend tho Par
ton's Hoso company's fair on Friday evening.
Mis. Thomas O'Brien and family are spending
a few dajs with frlemU here.
Mi's. John Gilhooley, Mrs. Frank Kirby and
Mrs. Frank Heed spent Sunday with friends in
F.dvvard Sliwaul, aged 47 xcurf. died at his
homo in Spiko Island, above Mooslc, on bundiy
morning, llu was a member of Couit Livingstone
lodge ot Odd Fellows. Interment will be made
today in PilUten.
John IJleoao and Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Will
iams dpslre to return thanks to all wlto have
tUIci them during their recent bereavement.
Miss Margaret llenniman Is spending a few
dajs in Brookhu,
Dr. Burgc. was called to Pittston towmhlp on
Sunday to investigate tlie cause ot the death of
the Italian whu was found dead in the woods
be) ond the Boston mine,
The annual business and covenant meeting of
the C.'laih's Green llaptkt church will be held 011
batuiday, Apiil U, at 2 p. m. F.vcry member of
the church Is urged to be present.
MCMUM-Dan Daly In 'Tlio New YoikcM."
ACAbKMVWaite Comedy company. After
noon and night.
STAH-'lThe Devil's Dmghter." Afternoon
"Are You a MtisonP"
Only halt 11 bouse full t.iw Itlcc k Harris pre
Fcutatlon of "Aie You it Masont" at the Ljceiim
las,t night, but It was a discriminating audi
ence and as u cotisequcnce there w.u as much
laughter ns Would be heard from the biggest
bouse nt the average thow. It Is 11 oiy funny
farce nnd the company piesentlng It la one of
tin- best tint comes this way.
"Arc You 11 Maont" was nekipted fiom tho
German of Larcfs & Krotr by Leo Dllrlclistcln,
nnd ns Is his wont with Ids works ircatrd Un
loading part. At present he Is over In London
putting on lils "All 011 Account of Hlha," ene
of tho most Kuccovful of modern farces.
The complications of "Aro 'Yob a Mason!" re
sult front a woman's Idea tint membership In n
masonic lodge Is 11 sure guarintee tint n man is
all that be should be. Her husband promises to
become a mion but couldn't eparo time from
his poker club to keep the piomLso nnd for
twenty .vc.-ii s masquerades as n nnson. His
daughter's husband, a New" York 1na11.al1n11t.town,
promises his wife, nt the niotliei .In-law 's he
best that ho will become, a mason, . nurlnit her
that before she returns from her summer vai.i
lion visit that he will bo n meniber. The wife
comes home to hear from her housemaid that her
husband lias been staving out late nights, and
when she Upbraids hubby, be assumes and nlr of
injured Innocence, dcploi-es the .ingratitude of
womaii.aiiil nil that soit of thlngi nnd finally ex
plains that It was his tour-o of initiation in the
masons tint bad kept him out of nights. She
is 'sorry lor accusing liim so hastily and secmes
Ids forgiveness. The father's family comes to
visit tlie suii-lu-law's family and there ncciiies
bother fur the two faking masons, each tea 1 fill
th. lit' his deceit will ho disclosed by the oilier
to ids wife. The complications are properly
augmented by a. stock lnoker friend who for
merly pla.ved "Cluilcj's Aunt," and who dons
female attire and poses as the daughter ot a
woman with whom the fathci-ln-la'.v eloped in
his jouthful dajs and from whom ho scoured a
divorce in the west, after a xeiy brief inarrl"d
life. A pesky" chief ushci at the miisio hall wh.i
has blail.mailiug pioilivltiis al-o helps stir up
Charles lldwaul-, us the ex-actor stock-lnokerj
John C. Illcc, Ihc "indn-liw; Thomas A. Wise,
the fathii-iii-law, and ('hallos J. Gucn, tlie
music hall u-liei, 11 quartette of well known
farcers, do some of tlieir very best work in tills
piece. Geoigu ltlchiids, an old time star In bucolic-
roles, cild an incidental pait of tint char
acter, which though comparatively minor, was
made much of by tlie arlLtlc way in which it
Sally Cohen, as the housemaid f Gerhudc Whit
ty, the mother-in-law, and U-thcr Tittcll, tho
married daughter, weie all that their several
parts dem uieled.
"The War of Wealth."
At the Academy of Musiu lxst night tlie Waite
Comedy nnd Stoik company and Ladles' Philhar
monic oiihcstr.i opcucd'it week's ingagcnient by
picsenting "Ihc Var of Wealth." It is a strong
four-act chanu and as presented la.it night aroused
the audience to a great pitch of enthusiasm.
Good specialties me introduced during tin- action
of the ehaiiia.
"slaves of Gold" is the pla) billed for tonight,
and "The I. olden Giant Mine" for this .iflc-.uoou.
"The Devil's Daughter."
"I'll Weill's Ditightei" at tho Star theater
ycote j piovcd one of tlie most amusiii; attiae
tioiu the season. This musical bt.,'csque
whiil ivas one of the features of ainiiaoiut- in
ButTald during the l'an-Aiiiciican, is ilnuai. "
istio for an unusual amount of "ginger" which
was infu-ed by Flo Peiry, Clarence Wilbur, KUic
Fay, Mr. Gllmoiii, Hobby iNoitb, Lillian Ihtli
away and otbcis. As tlie production is much
.longer and moiu elaborate than the avciagc hut-
lcaquc, there wcie fitv specialties introduced.
Bobby North gave ah excellent exhibition ot
juggling and Gilmour and La Tour appeared in
ii, musical ait which was well received. Mr. Gil
mour's biuging was far above tlie cla-s usually
Ilea id in builcsque.
Tho play deals principally in tho pianks of
SatancUa, called the Devil's Daughter, and
l'atsy Bolivei, who invado a joung ladle;.' boaul
mg school. In the thiid act some, very handsome
living pict' .es .110 shown and tho perfoimance
ends witu an elaborate tableau showing tho dis
"Ihc DcviFc Daughlei" will be at the Star to
da,v and tomorrow, afternoon and evening.
"The New Yorkers."
The forthcoming appearance in tills lity of
that distimtivcly original comedian, Dan Daly,
in ids present reason's since-, "Tins New York
ers," nt the Lxceimi tonight is looked forwaid
to witli moic than oidiniiy interest by that great
majoilty of tlieateigocrs who delight to laugh
away a night as if by magic In "Tlie No.v
Yorkers" Mi. Daly has been furnished with a
ch.ii. ictcr moulded to his grotesquelv hunnrous
personality and bringing; out that diy humor pos
sessed by this inimitable entertainer and which
lias placed 1 1 i lit in a (lass by himself. Tho com
piny in support of Mr, Daly this season is 11
George W, Lcdenr organization comprising 0110
hundred talented comedians and singers, inter
spcised with that usual host of graceful and
beautiful femininity which lias made the. Led
eier productions famous. Tho entire pioductmn
will bo seen here exactly blmllir as that which
fully justified its long run iu New Yuik.
"Rudolph, and Adolpli."
'I lie coming of Bioadhu'ist. k ('mile's new
musical pioductlon entitled "Itudolph and
Ailolpb," a new vehicle in which to introduce
those funny German comedians, Dan and Chailes
Moon, at the Lvccum on Thursday night should
be a welcome one, bringing to us at it does buih
1111 anay of comedy talent as tho nppcmlcd names
testify, lic-adcd by Hut popular comedienne, lit
tle Williams-baiter, followed by Beatilcc Mclf.'ii.
zie, Xellle Maskell, Iva Merljii, F,stc!lc Gilbert.
Charlotte Love, tlie Sisters Lautcncc, Feiisillon.il
elanceis; Lew II, Xcvvcomb, C, Jay Willi 1111s, M.
die Itusholl, S'amuel Mlilleld and Hairy James.
Both Masons aro well known lieie, Dan's
latest success was in originating "Count V011
Guggenheim" in llroadliuist's funny faice, "Why
Smith Left Home," Charles has been seen heio
in farces with Kelly und Mason. Seals go on
tale this morning nt 0 o'clock.
"Way Down East."
"Way Down Fast," a play by Lollio Blair
Paikcr, elaborated by Joseph It, Gilsmer, ia to
be produced at tho L)ccuiii fol three pciformaii. ec
beginning Friday night, "Way Down Hast" for
seven months crowded tho Manhattan theater,
New Yoik, at every peiforinanio nud win after
wards transferied to the New Yoik Academy of
Miulo (the largest seating npieily of un.i the.
atcr in America), wlieio it was given for 4J7
consecutive times, and its success III tho inctuj
polls has been repeated In every large city wheie
it has beein.
Ihcio Is .1 snow stoiiu in the third act, an In
vention ot Joseph Ci'rlsinc-1 V, said to be the most
rcallstlo ever presented on any stage, lively rolo
lias been placed In the hands ot an aitor, pecu
liarly lilted to tho character, whllo all the me.
chanlcal elfcits, the appurtenances nnd tho cclo-
Uatid village choir that tend to make tho
metropolitan production a success, aiu retained
and will bo given Identically tho s.iino at the
coining engagement III this city, I lie sale ut
seats opens tomorrow morning at 0 o'clock,
'ihu new Delvovui opeia, "Maid Marian," which
will bo presented heio soon, has been but H"
cently pioduced in Philadelphia, and lias h.'in
aecoided such an enthusiastic iiccptlou ns no
musical composition lias obtained in jears. It is
a logical sequel to "Itobln Hood."
the music Is of tho most popular and meloJiaiii
charailcr, which is nudity ginsped by the
whistler and melody is tho kejnotc to tho com-position.
Thlt tgnal ! on etery bos ot th (eomtM
Laxative BroniO'Ouinine Tablets '
lint fiinw utU m "i tJari
THE TRIBUNE'S WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than Pour Lined, a Ctnts for Each Extra Lin.
HOUsn FOR ItENT-Inqnlre 111 Mulberry street.
FOIl HK.VT-Small furnished house for rent. In
qui 10 at Oil Vine street.
FLAT FOIt MINT? ot 618 Lackawanna ave
nue; all modern Improvements. Inquire of
It. Moses, 018 Lackawanna avenue.
roil MCNT-SIvioom flat with bath, steam
heat, gas range and all modern improve
ments, from April 1st: lint reasonable. Call
early. Fred C. Hand, 1)03 Mulberry street.
S.OltF. FOIt Hi:.ST-fl22 West Lackawanna ave
nue. Inquire Philip Schnell, CM West Lacka
BAILS' FOIt IIHNT-J12, April lTt, three box and
three single stalls and wash rack, rear ot
.121 .Madison avenue. Inquire at 031 Madison ave.
FOIt itKNT-SloroUdlng for rent In DIckon
City. Pa. Building SO feet by 24 feet, eel ar
under all, and second story can be arranged for
a family. All In good icpair leady for 11-e. Two
coal breakers nnd mines close bv cmplojlng over
a thousand people. An inleiprislng iiieichant
ran get a large tinde. Apply to William ".
Hleliinnml. lllchmond Hill, 1)123 N. Main annuo,
Seranton, Pa. .
I On BENT One furnished room, with Improve
ments; also one on third floor, cheap. C27
FUBNISIIKD BOOMS for rent, modem Improve
ments; private family; gentlemen pieterred,
at CJ7 Adams avenue.
FOB nEN'T Furnished front room, with heat,
bath and gast mar cuttrt bouse; gentleman
preferred. Addrces Boom, Box 2U9.
FOB nr.NT Furnished loom; heat and bath.
C25 Linden street.
FUBNlSHni) ROOMS FOR RENT, with beat, gas
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at f39 Adams
FOR SALE A piling lior-,e, marked. Also
buggy und hamcvi. Inquire at Thomas
Johns' hotel, Xorth Main avenue, North End.
HORSE FOR SALE-Bay horse 7 years old, 13-2
hands high, weighs 1,000 pounds; sound,
kind and true; etra well city broken; does not
shy or pull. Pcifcct conformation, ery stylish;
price, $150. Your money back is not as repre
sented. P. B. Pateison, M. D., Honesdale, Pa.
roil SALE Complete job printing outfit, 013
Job press, .'SO fonts job and body tvpo, typo
stand and eases, brass rules, etc. Some one with
the cash will get a bargain. Address Lock Dot
30, Peikville, Pa.
JUST ARRIVED with forty lioiscs; good work
ers and iluvers; weight from 1,100 to l.oOO;
several closely matched teams. Can be seen at
tUJ Rajmond court. F. M. Cobb.
CARPETS JO.OoO j arils eaprets, mattings nnd
oil cloths at public auction, 2.J0 Lackawanna
avenue. "See Auctions."
CARPETS uO.OOO jards Brussels, Ingrains, Vel
vets, also Mattings, Oil Cloth; 10,000 pieces
111. en sheets, table cloths, blankets, counter
panes , mpkins, etc., iron beds, springs,
mattiersos chairs, about sit carloads at
public auction. Sale begins Tuesday at 10 a. 111.
and a and " p. in., at 2JD Lackavvnnna avenue,
net S'cruntoii Street Riilroad waiting room,
opposite Pcun avenue. Cunimings ii Bro,, Aui
tioucera. Wanted To Buy.
WANTED 10 BUY One genuine diamond, weight
about two "K," will pay cash puce. Ad
dress "Ring," Tribune ofllce.
PRIVATE TAMILY wishes to have two nice men
to board, German or English. Call any time
after Thursday. All conveniences, 607 Harrison
Furnished Boom and Board.
PLEASANT furnished room nnd boird, private
family, modem conveniences; Hill section.
Address Hill, Tribune of Hie.
Wanted Booms and Board.
WANTED Two communicating rooms with board,
private family preferred. Two ladies and a
gentleman. State full particulars. Address O.
II. D., Tribune office.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED ror the summer, a furnished house
at Lake Ariel or vicinity. Address stating
full particulars, Box 350, Tribune office.
WANTED ROOMS For two adults, three or four
rooms, furnished or unfurnished for very
light housekeeping, first floor preferred. Address
M. 11., Tribune ofllce.
WANTED Furnished house or four or five rooms
for housekeeping. Address A. 0. L'., Tribune
Wanted Furnished Booms,
WANTED Furnished rooms for Knights Templar
Conclave, May 2(1, ij and 23, 190-. Address
Gcoige B. Jeimyn, Chairman Hotel Committee,
WANTED Private lessons i iishoilhaiid during
afternoons, bhoithand, Tribune,
Sfl.SOO will buy well finished single hou.c; all
Impioveuicnts; clectiiu light; laige lot;
iiiecn iiiuge. ai. 11. iioigaie.
ffoOO will buy 2i.aerc faim; huge hoiiso and
nam; well watered; iiiu sugai uiiiplo tiees.
A gieat bargain. Daloville, Pa. M, II, Holgite,
FARM FOR SALE-Slxty-tvvo aeies, one mile
irom i.ahc .uiei; iweivo acres ot timber, rest
Improved; ccillent spring water on lot; faun
situated on load. For particulars addiess Will
lain Ticslar, Ariel, Pa.
FARM FOIt SALE or evehango for city pioperty
situatu in Siisquehaiiui count; impmvcil;
well watered; suitable for dallying, stock or
sheep, raising and geneial fanning, llamen, At
torney, 3SJJ6 Washington avenue.
blOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS without delay.
Wute for our special market letter, Free on
application, b. M. Illbbard ii Co., members Nt
1, Ccusolldnted and Stock bxehunge, II and 15
Broadway, iNiw York. Established ISdl. Long
Distance' Phono 2J&3 Broad.
Monoy to loan.
ANY AMOUNT OK" vnvi'V nn.innn,u.
ttralglit" loans or Building and Loan. A,
fiom to 0 per cent. Call on N, V, Walker.
8H-815 Connell building. "'vr,
LOST Near thilucy avenue, a brooch pin, four
diamonds inserted. Return to 3J1 Ouimj
avenue. Liberal tevvard,
LOST ifi'i, between Peck Lumber Co., East Mar
ket bticel nud Presbvteilau church. Reward
if returned l0 "'1 ot IVck Lumber Co.
Dissolution of Pnxtneiship,
DIsMll.l 'HON OF l'ARIWERSIHP-'lho pauner
ship beictofi.ic existing between J, J. Puuly
und A. M. Finn, under the linn iiania of i'urJv
A: Finn, is this 2'Jtli day of llauli, IU).', dis
solved by mutual consult, A. M. Finn ictlriiu
'ihc business hereafter will bo rontinuid by J, M
Puidy under the linn name of J, II. Pindy i- Co
to whom all outstanding accounts will bo paid
and who assume all liabilities.
J. M. PIIHDV,
. , A. M. Finn
Dalton, March 29, 1002
BBANG1I WANT Ot'FIOKS.
Want Advertisoments Will Bs
Beceived nt Any of tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. SI.
ALBERT ECHtttrZ. corner Mulberry
street and Webster avcnuei
GUSTAV 1'ICIIEL, OJO Adams avenue.
West Side ,
OEOROI! W. JENKINS, 101 South Mato
rRED L. TEBPPE, 729 Cedar arenue.
aEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Maikct street.
CHARLES 1. JONES, 1S37 Dickson
P. 3. JOHNS, P20 Green Ridge street.
C. LORENZ, corner Washington ave
nue and Marlon street.
W. H. KNEPFEIi, 1017 Irvine avenue.
J. 0. BONE etc SON.
Help Wanted Male.
FIVE AGENTS wanted at once,
Apply 621 Pros-
WANTED Gcntlcni.ni over twenty-one to appoint
and manage agents for n Philadelphia mm;
salaiy ten dollais per week and espuis.'S paid,
(pcrienco not icquiied. Addreos Ro., 05, Trib
une. LOCAL and traveling representatives for well
kniivvn, easy selling tvpewrlter. Etperh need
typewrite talesmen or operators piefcrred. Also
telegraph operators as special rcpiesentallves.
Address "Tjpewitei," care Tribune.
WANTED Picture flume maker, apply at Jonas
uviif$ a oiiia.
WANTED A thouroughly competent, all arnund
(nolder. Permanent position for tlie right
man. In making application state age, experi
ence and wages desired. II. W. Beach, Mont
MAN with hoiso nnd wagon wanted to deliver
and collect. No canvassing. S'Jl per week
and expenses. $1M cash deposit required. Col
lector, Box 78, Philadelphia.
WANTED Two experienced stenographers; ap
ply to International Salt Co., Connell build
ing, Seranton, Pa.
Help Wanted Female.
CIRL WANTED In small family for general
housework and cue of ehihheii. Good ref-
cienccs absolutely required, lt.s Madison avenue
(near Electric), Dunmore.
WANTED First class cook at lintel Wil.li,
corner Washington avenue and Phelps stuet,
WANTED A good gill for general hotisewoik in
small family. Call or address 019 llieik
WANTED A joung lady to act as stenographer
and of Ike assistant. One who has had some ex
perience on books pieferred. Addles "P.,"
IADIES WANTED-Homo work, WO per month
guaranteed, stamp for paiticulais. National
P. A: S. Watch Co.. Baltlmoie. Md.
GIRI, WANTED for geneial housework in family
' of four adults, who can sleep home. Apply
at 021 (Sib-on sheet.
LADY CANVASSER wanted to solicit subscrip
tions for Tho Tribune; good commission of
fered with a, fair guarantee for first-class worker.
Apply personally at Business Manager's offiie,
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY Able-bodied un
married men betwieu nges of il nnd :H; citi
zens of United btatis, of good ch.nactei and
temperate habits, who can speak, read nnd write
English. For information apply to Reciuitiug
Officer. No. 12li Wjomlng avenue, bcrantou. Pa.
WANTED By a middle aged lady as housekeeper
or any kind of work. Addiess ilO Walnut
SITUATION WANTED By ounir man as book
keeper, or assistant, can give reference. Ad
dress L. M. Elslugcr, 741 Noitli Main avenue,
WANTED Washing or any kind of ofllce work".
A.l,li-,wE, Ifi-a l'Mtlt,3 'KM f'l... ...n....A
A GERMAN woman would like to have a placo
as cook. Mis. M. T., 2ii l'eiiu nvciiue.
SITUATION WANTED To go out by da) wash
ing, ironing or cleaning, l'lea-e call at US
Fianklln avenue, city.
SITUATION WANTED-By a girl, III .veals old,
ns muse girl; inn furnish rcfciences. Ad
dress A, Tribune ofllce.
IN BE: Estato of William Edgai, late ot the
City of Owego, County of Tioga, and Statu
of New Yolk, dec eased.
Letters testamentary having been gianted to
tho undersigned on tliu above estate, all pusoiis
having claims or dimaiids ugaiust the same will
please present them fur payment, und all llio-e
indebted theicto, will make immediate! pay
WILLIAM . EDGAR,
CIIAHLES W. DAWbON, Attorney,
ESTATE of Josepli Ober, lalo of the City of
beranlon, Lackawanna County, Puin.jl.
Letters testamentary upon the above named
estate have beep granted to ihc iiiulei.slciie.l.
All persons having claims ngalmt the same will
pusi'iit tin in far pivment and all pcimuis In
dtblcd theicto will please nude liumediale paj.
incut to I1.MII1AI1A OMIlll.
IIEKIIS i GRAMnS, Attoinevs,
NOl'ILE Is heicby given that a meeting of tlie
stockholders of the 'I lie Tit Is; Guarautv and
Trust Ciiiiipun, of (-U anion, IVnu., will ho lull
at the pIIIio of the lonipiny, 135 Wiishingtnn nve.
line, beuiitou, 1'eiini., on Miy 17, 1W), at 10 'W
u, 111., to taku action 011 approval or disappiuv il
of tho proposed iucieaso ot 1aplt.1l stock u( said
company from ilOO.Otn) to 73U,ikio,
RALPH S. HULL, Secietary,
CANDIDATES for the offleo of Inspector of
Mines 1110 lieu by iiotllled that the Ilmrd of
rxaniincrs appointee by the Couit of Common
Pleas of Laikawanm county, will meet at tho
Iloaid of Control looms, City Hall, bcrantou,
011 Monday, April 21, IfO.'. at 10 a, 111,, foi the
examination of such candidates as may appear
hcfoio them, Candidates will notice tli'Jl, the law
lequlres them to pioduto satlsfictory evidence! of
having bad at least tho jears practical expcil.
dice in the anthracite coal inlnc.
REESE A. PHILLIPS,
'IIMOIHV D. HAYES,
A MKEI'INfl ot lh mcmbeis of tlio Laekawamii
btoro .WocIjIIcii Limited, will be hi hi at tlie
olflcu ot the association In bciantun, l'.i., on
Monday, tho Iltli da) ot April, A. D. HOi, ut
ball paat two n'doilc In tho afternoon, for Hie
purpre-e of taking action upon the question of
dissolving 'I lie Lackawanna, More Association
Limited, by voluntary action of the members-,
and, in case it is deiided to dissolve tho. said
nisoilation, then for the further purpose pf elect,
lug three liquidating tiustces to wind up ths
affair, of the association accoidlng to law,
II, H. FAIIirilll.1), fceciclary.
Seranton, Pa., Maich 21, 1W1.
3 Insertions 25 Cents
MoreTrm Pour Lines, 0 Centiror BaehBttri Llni.'
... "y. nil'" to tho Republican voters of the
Hrst Legislative District, that it primary dec
Hon will be held on Saturday, April 2(1, IWB, be.
tvvcen the hours of four nnd sevrn p. 111,, for th
pur pose of nominating a candidate for the Leg
islature to represent the district and to elect two
delegates to the Republican State Convention tu
be held at Harrlsburg June II, 11102,
Tho convention to compute tho vote will be
held on Tuesday, April 29, nt 10 o'clock in Co
operative Hill. Each candidate must register,
with the district chairman, bis full name and
pnstolflce address, and pay Ills assessment fifteen
days before the election, or bis name will not ha
placed on the official ballot.
'Hie district vigilance committee, In the vari
ous precincts, will conduit the election, and,th
lesult will be leported bv tho return Judge to
tlie district I'onventlcn, whleli will be composed
of tlie return Judges. A written notice 'contain
ing tlieir instructions will be malted to the mcm
beis ot tl.o various district xlgllamc committees.
GEO. W. JENKINS, Chairman.
Attest W. W. SIMPSON, Secretary.
SECOND LEOIlIiATIVE DISTHICT-Notlce Is
hereby given to tlin Republican xoters of
the Second Legislative district that n primary
election will be held on Saturday, April 20, 1002,
between the hours of four and seven n'clork p.
in., fur the puipose ot electing two delegates to
represent said legislative district 111 tho coming
Republican stale convention to be held In liar
risburg on June II, 1902, and to nomlnato a
candidate for the legislature, .
Tho convention to compute the vote will ba
held on Tuesdiy, April 29, IB02, at 1 o'clock p.
in., in the rooms of the Ccnti.il Republican club
In nicnidance with Hie rules governing this
district the candidates will be roled for directly
by the voters at the polls. Each candidate must
register with the district chairman his full name
nnd postofflen addiess and pay his assessment
twenty days before the election or his name will
not bo placed In tlie olflcial ballot, neither will
anv votes cast for him be counted.
Tl.o district xlgilance committees In the 'vari
ous precincts wlil conduct the election and tttr
result will be reported by Iho return judge to the
ili-trlct ronvention, which will be composed of
(he return Judges of the xnrloiis districts, A
written notice containing further Instructions wilt
be sent to tho numbers of the said district vigil
FREDERIC W. FLEITZ, Chairman.
Atlestt-WALTER E. DAVIS, Secretary.
THIRD LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT Notice Is here
by given that there being only one candidate
for representative, two delegates and two alter
nates o the State convention having registered,
we, the chairman and secietary of the Third Leg
islative district Republican committee, hereby de
el ire the tame to be tho nominees of the Republi
can partv in tho said district, In accordance vvitli
the provisions of Rules 21 and 25 of the party
Tlie personnel ot the staidlng committee IJ
to lem.iin as at present constituted.
By order of
THURSTON S, PARKER, Chairman.
J. E. WATKINS, Secretary.
Dry, clean and modern up-to-date
storage; separate rooms;
'UlinUU individual kevs; elevator. An
ideal storage for household effects, etc. Thirty
separate storage rooms. Seranton Storage com
pany, 113 Franklin avenue.
RHEUMATISM All uaitlcs that wish ran ba
speedily an I permanently cured of all va
rieties ot Rheumatism by a vegetable compound.
Cures guaranteed. Inquire or address J. E. Tay
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULUING. 23 TRADERS BANK
Building, and St. Paul Building, New York.
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNELti
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH. B REAI.
Estate Exchange Bldg.. 129 Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, 815, CONNELL BUILDING.
STF.VENbOX . KNIGHT, 7J0 COXXELL BLDG.
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER, l'AULI BUILDING.
Spruce street, Seranton.
DR. C. 0. I.AUBACH, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
W1LLARD, WARREN .x, KXAPP, A1TORXEYS
ami Counsellor at-La, 00 J tu id.' Council
FRANK U BOYLE, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW.
Rooms 12, 14, 16 and IS Burr Building.
D. B. REPLOGEE, ATTORNEY LOANS NEGO.
tinted on real estate security. Mears Building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce street.
JESSUP ic JESSUP, AiTOIINT.YS AND COUX
scllors.at.lavv. Commonwealth Building, Hoomi
10, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. TIHYER. ATTORNEY.
00.1-004, Oth floor, Mears building.
L. A WATRES, ATTOIINEV-AT-LAW, BOARU
of Trado Building, Sciantoii, Pa.
PATTERSON it WILCOX. TRADER'S NATION All
C. COMEOYS. 013 RI PUBLICAN BUILDING.
a. w. nr.RTiioLP, omen moved to no.
211 Wyoming avcime.
Physicians nnd Surjjeons.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. 61 i N0Urin?ASIHN0TON
DR. S. W. L'ASIORH MIX, OFFICE 330 WASH
ington avenue. Itc-ddeine, MS Mulbcrrv.
Chronic asea.'es, lu.igs, hciiit, kiduejs an!
genlto-uiinaiy oigsns a speiialti. Hours. 1
to p. m,
Dll, I). 0. EVANS, OSTEOPATH, 12! 8 WASH.
Ington avenue, Chionlc und ncivuus discai:s
a specially, Consultation free.
p. a peusuiF, MtiiT inc.. 'ii:acherof
Voliu Ciiltuie. Ilaiiiiouv, laiuiiteipolnU.au I
Composition. Composition eorniled and' re-vl-eei
foi publication. Pi New Yoik street.
illE ELK CiFE, l.J AND 27 FRANKLIN AVE.
nue. Rates, reasonable.
P.' 7.IE0I.ER, Proprietor.
6CRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. W. PA9
tcnger depot. Conducted on the Europe!
plan. VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
A, II. IllllGaS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cess pools; pi idor; onl Improved pumps.iised.
A. B. Brlggs, proprietor. Leave orders 1100
North Main avenue, or Etcke's drug store, "cor
lier Adams and Mulberry, Both telephone.
a. R. CLARKE & CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NURS
crimen, storo 201 Washington avenue; gieea
li?uscs, 103d North Main avenue! (tore tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR 611 LACKA. AYE.,
Seranton, Pa., nianufacthrer of Wire Screens.
Dlil'SSMAKIKa FOR CHILDREN TO OltDr.R;
also idles waists. Louise bhoeuiaUcr, -'lj
MEOARGLE BROS., I'lllNTERb" SUPPLIES, EN.
v clones, paper bags, twine. Wareu4iue, M
ivaihlrigtcu avenue, Bcrantou, pa, '
THE WILKES-DsUIlK RECORD CAN BE HAD
in Scitnton at.tfco news standi ot Hehman
Bros., iOU tpruee aud'603 Linden I U. Norton.
ail Lackawanna t venue; I, S. Scbutccr, 211
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