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THE SCRANTON TttlBUNB-WEDNESDAY, APHIL 0, 1902.
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Onco a year the farming communities of
Massachusetts living within driving distanco
of tlio soa have a general picnic. Whole
families drive to the beach with laden lunch
baskets and enjoy themselves. Incidentally, of
course, the picnickers take a sea bath. This has
led tho humorous newspaper paragraphcr to
name this yearly picnic "Tho Annual Bath,"
and many a sly chuckle goes tho rounds over
the people who take a bath once a year.
Mohammed has credit for the saying that
"Cleanliness is next to godliness." But a
greater than Mohammed upbraided those whose
external cleanliness was only a cover for inter
nal corruption. Tho very people who make
their jokes on tho "annual wash" need to have
tho beam removed irom, their own eyes.
People live and thrive in spite of neglect of soap and water, but internal uncleanness is a con
stant menace to health.
In general the country at large enjoys an annual spring wash, endeavoring- to cleanse tho
system from tho effete substances which 'clog and corrupt it. Probably people would not even
wash internally once a year if it were not that nature herself urged them to tliia act of cleanli
ness by the dull, sluggish feelings and lassitude which render them unfit for business or household
cares. It is remarkable that those who are groat Bticklcrs for external cleanliness seem to have do
little idea of the necessity of keeping tho blood clean. Once a year is enough they think for this
internal cleansing, and even that is often undertaken in such a superficial and unintelligent manner
that it is to be doubted if much benefit results. One of tho worst things for tho blood is alcohol.
Yet alcohol is the chief ingredient in many favorite spring medicines. It stimulates tho users and
makes them " feel good,""but it cleanses the blood not one particle. An intelligent choice of a
spring medicine would lead to the selection of one which would free the system from poisonous
accumulations-, and make health not a mere ieeling but a fact.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is commended by its thousands of friends for tho
positiveness and permanence of its effects. It cleanses the blood. It increases the blood supply.
It is not a mere temporary tonic, but a medicine giving permanent health. It owes none of its
effects to alcohol because it contains none. It makes men and women feel well because it makes
them well, and their feelings indicate their improved condition.
" I-'or four years (during the summer mouths) I felt so weak and nervous that at times I would be almost
prostrated," wiilcs "Mrs. Hattie II, Turbyfill, of Duncans, S. C. "My liver was out of order and I ached all
over. For three years I had ecema on both my hands, which at times amounted to torture, and, added to
this, were other complications. About five months before my baby was born I wrote Dr. Pierce, giving some
of my symptoms, and immediately received a very kind and sympathetic reply, and, acting upon the advice
given, I began taking the ' Golden' Medical Discovery.' After taking two bottles I felt decidedly better. Took
six bottles of the ' Discovery,' three of 'Favorite Prescription ' and four vials of Dr. Pierce's Pellets. When
my baby was two elav s old I felt quite as well as ever, and the eczema has not given me any trouble since I
began taking the medicine. This summer I have done all my housework and attended baby, and have not
felt so well iu ten years."
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is unexcelled as a blood purifying preparation. It
thoroughly cleanses the blood from the substances which clog and corrupt it, and cures diseases
which have.their cause in impure blood. It cures scrofula, sores, ulcers, swellings, eczema, boils,
pimples, blotches, rheumatism and other diseases which originate in the blood's impurity..
" It has been about two months since I stopped using Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery," writes J. M.
Venters, Esq,, of Kegina, Pike Co., Ky. "I staid down in Texas last year and contracted chills and fever
while there. I came back to Kentucky and was about shakingmy boots off from my feet when I commenced
U9ing it. I only weighed 149 pounds. Had been suffering with chills and fever for twelve months. Took
treatment from my doctor and tried many different kinds of patent medicines, but all seemed to do no good.
Since I have used four bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and one vial of his ' Pellets,' I feel
well in every respect and weigh 186 pounds instead of only 149, my weight when I began its use."
Everyone knows how hard it is to eradicate the germs of malaria from the blood. The
superior blood purifying properties possessed by " Golden Medical Discovery " are marked by the
prompt cleansing of the blood from tho malaria microbes. If you want a spring medicine which
will not simply make you " feel good " but do you good, give you new and lasting vitality and
vigor, givo Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery a fair and faithful trial. It purifies tmTijlood
at any season and gives lasting strength.
Those who suffer from chronic diseases are invited to consult Dr. Tierce, by letter, free. All
correspondence strictly private. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, 1&, Y.
Accept no substitute for "Golden Medical Discovery. Thero is nothing "just as good" for
diseases of tho blood.
days In the year and In any one of them tho family Is likely to
meat with accidents, sudden sicknesses, emeraencles and other
1 1 .1....... conditions for which they are unprepared, unless they have at hand
a copy ot Dr. Pierce's Oommon Senso Medical Advisor This great work,
containing over WOO large pages and more than 700 illustrations, Is sent
FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY. Send 31 one-
oont stamps for the oloth-bound volume, or only 21 stamps for tho hook in
Address r Dr. R. V. PIERCE, Buffalo, N. Y.
Special (0 tho Scunloii Tilbime.
Pitts-ton, .Mull $. Mis. Itubhisun
City, who hua been Hie eite-.t of her (-Mil, Mr
Henry Evans wife o( evCnunly I'niiiiuK-ione
Hums, sinic last September, ictuined to lur
home .vcsterilay iiioiulna;.
William l).uiow U tlm new comlalilp of West
rilUtuii, lialmr luen electtil at llm unllis tlcc.
tlon. lie Milium mcil the duties of the, ollite je-.-inilii),
'I his kI11lly hut anotlur of 111 plouetr ul-
lit nls jesteiiliy iiioiiilni; In the, death of 1.1
(ininise Dam in, who lueied away oliout i oMuik
tit the family home, on i:eter tlrivt. Although
Mr, Daman' health hail birn falllujf for tune
time, hn wai able to be iihout late a last
Moik, Iil3jat l,(,ll o( fcUKnoii ilalliiit from lit
KituiUa), Ducpum.iI wai III lib Pocnt, -pit-lit
jeai, uiid wua u natiu" of I'ultou count, X. V,
A ifiddtnt of (hit lucallly for thu pat lift
Jems, duiliia; which llmo he hail been uhmhUImI
wllh biisliitwt nnil ual elati- aHali!., Im had
Kalueil a wido aMitalutnueehlp, UN wife ami
the following miii and iluiicliU-M unlwt Mr,
A. T.. lllden, of Duninoicj Dr. L'IijiIci X, Da.
man, of SjiaMw; Mr-s. T. l Whilniuie, if
Dajlon; II, Maxwell Daman and Hohelt Dam in,
both of Wcht I'lttiton. 'I ho funeral will lake
ji'iue WcdniMlay afternoon at 'i.'iH n'lluck, lth
inltimi'iii In thu W'M-t I'llUlon icmcteiy.
Jiiniei Jloiile, of I'hlladeliiliia meniie, ha a.
eiti'd a poIluu with the WtMfr CoJl "'"'
Coke company at Uieou, I'.i. Ilia family will
remain 'lino for the icent.
t Mr, llolme. of Wilkcs-llaue, oicupkd
the pulpjt of the AVcl.li ('ongrciMtioiul ilmull
here Sumb'Tliioiiiiii and cuiiiii', '
hlo .Aiitpnlo Mlckle, uu Italian who Ihtd
near SateMllle, wa out yunnlnK Monday near
I.aMIn, lie blipinil ami Ml. A double, ban el kuii
he wa can.vliif exploded as lie foil and Mlik.
ley' head wa almost completely blown oil,
While tawing in two tho tiunk of a lame trio
whlili he had Ju,-t chopped dawn on hU prop
erty mi Voininir avenue, Wot 1'llUtou, Satnt
dy afternoon, 'Ihomai Maitlu found a mull,
round pebble Imbedded In Ilia ery heart of the
tree. 'J he Dec Wat. ver tlsty jcairi old. It is
thought the pebble had become lodged In a
rrecc or crotcli of tho tree when )ouuir.
Common oud eelcct couneiU of this city re
organized at noon yesterday, Jaiuej fjiiijaii waj
elected chairman of the select body and Charlei
O'llricu, chalnnan of tho commoner.
John Gorman, a member of the flini of CI or.
man & Karpofoky, fruit dealers, received teur
bufiu In 11 iiot vcrullar uunner bunday morn.
Injr. The firm bus a banaiu rooin In which the
trult U ripened artificially, by mean of Kan.
Stfct Jets ire kept buriilua: continually. Yeater-
eliy iiiftinlnv, Mr, Goiinan went into Hie loom
to usceitaiu the condition of affalis. Up found
the ism wa? not biiinlntr, und iiidhinkinKly
btiiicl: .1 match. An explosion followed which
bliook lliiiiR!i In the loom up considerably, be
side? tlnowln; Mr. (loiniau cpilte a dUtanio and
biunliiif him finite badly about the face and
Conliailor John X'oillfe jctterday luorulni;
(iiiiiiiunrrU woik on hid portion of the roivstiut
tlon of the new "c union ball" trolley Hue. Mr,
XeillleM (initial t embiacerf trom Xo, 7 Junction,
jiitt oiitildo the ilty limit of I'lttston, to lMaln
vllle, and he coninieiiced work on hU end of the
Special to the Scrantou Tribuie,
Xiw -Mllfoid. April 8. Ml.s Zui U Council it
l-.lt iutr n lathes in llarfoid toun-.lilii(
Mm II. 1'. Wateimau, of llalUtead, iited in
.Miii. T. McCoiiucll, ot tho township, Is visit
im; rehtivrii in llliixliaiiilou,
'Hie . and O. club will conduit a "0p-y
llm.impmiut" In the l'iehteil,in (hiiich 'luej
du cvinlns, Apill li. I'roceids foi tho benefit
of the I'ntb.vteilau cliuich.
Ma.vuaid 'ller wai In Munliose Saluiday on
'thu lulluwlui; oimic ieple Mirprlsed MIm lies
le la wis by leuderlnr hei a paity at liei home
on 1'ildiy evenlnij: Ml, uinl ,Mi. TjUr, Hay
Mos, (ileu Vaulltiikll, 1'niil lla 1U-11,. (iuoiae
h-pjlk-i, Catlieily Mow, licit Howell, KIo.mI Aid
lie li, 1 lereuii- l'llnk, Millie Cook, Alinu Deckel,
('lira I'eltls, l.utle' Diekei, l:and r-peneer, Delia
Detl.er and Mavd biultli.
MUs I'.IU'u Itiu-o has bun confined to lur home
by illuiia for scvual duju.
Miss Maude 'Iruinbiill visited at tlic heme ot
Mr. 11ml Mis. II. )', alciiiun SiiikIj.v.'
Ilenjamlu lluuhlnss, of Oquai;.!, wan iu town
Ik nil j;-, 1
special to the berauton Tribune.
Thoiiitoii, April S.--W'. W, Heosenier, 1'. W,
Lew Id, t II. Jenkins, S. D. Iliine4 and A. II.
CiOsler wcie ilcctcd tiu.tee'4 of tho 'Ihoinnjoii
eimctciy last cvcnlnir,
llev, A. D. David uiiuoiiueed last Sabbath that
lie would preach his faiewell sermon next bab
A. I). Jlurd, wholetale dealer fn inirble, of Do
posit, U in town today on buslnead. He was a
ilcaant (tiler at Beat cottage, on founer so
qualntaucei. Jluon Uloxlum, whose return fiom Ulnjliarutoa
after a cvclc inn of tphold fever, ai noted re
injitly, has hufleied a lelapsp, und Ma fi lends
aic anxious as to the outcome.
MIm Coia I.aman, pilmaiy teaiher heie, ppent
Satmday with her parents in Jcinvvii.
Mrs1. Ik T. Calkin, of Cohectou, is t-peniltnsr a
few- days with Ml. and Mis. b, I), ilaincn,
I'ostmastcr n. 1'. Damps lslted I1I1 father,
Sunday, who is EPilously 111, lit Jackson,
Mis. Doi. Cailo, of Poit Jeivls, is ll(lnil
her sistei, Mrs. D. V, Uaines,
Mrs. I). 11. Witter In isltlns Mends In Serin
'ton, I.at Sabbath was tho day lived by the presi
dent of the I'li.'t Sabbath Srhool ilistiiit ot
Susquehanna county foi "fiatciual vislU" to tin
Sunday schools in tho distiict. II. II. Stoddaid,
nt I.nkeVKswt lllril tlie Free tlnptlst Sunday
eclioot hen', nnil I'. S. IHitterfletil, of X'flrlli JaoK'
noil, vlltd Hie Mrlhoillt Ilpl-xopal nelibol. A.
It, Croilcr IHrcl llm M.I100I at Xortli Jack'on,
mid J. I!. CtirtU, ot Xortli JacUon, Ulled the
l.ilkevlcvv ecliool. '
Mm. C. It. I'lckerlnir, who has been under
Itoiliurnt nt it lionillll In Kerantoii for Iho
pact month, reluniid to hpr home clerday, Im
proved. .Mr. A. Jt. t'ltrvvuoil U In town ncaln, atler
it visit of pveiul wicks with her nlerp, Mm.
II, X. Ilarrrlt, at Jprni.vn. -
P. V. Low In Is doing limlnFM In Hiisqntlitmm
ACADKMV Walle L'omcily company.
noon uml nlslit.
STAH '"ilio Devil's DaiiRhler." Aftirnoon
Dan Daly In "The New Yorkers."
Kcrnnton'n reception of D.111 Daly In "The Xew
Yorkei," nt the J,ccutii, list iiIrIiI, whs not us
Hitlcilnir to IIh nene of annreciation ns It might
have been, l'osulbly the iinprcpltlom weatlier
was renpoiiHlble for tho Mie.int scale, but soni"
thlnir else must be blameil for the iibsolutely
timie way in which were received mine of tho
things that have made Herald Hmiirc audlemes
fairly roar nlglit utter nlnht. Ual '4 "Oh,
1'ndge," which those who cmav to Impersonate
lilm hive Riven the place that was held fo loni:
by "Xothlnir New," Rot a ciy perfunctory hand.
The audience had to be fairly dragged away
fiom the coon bong;.
1'iBctlcolly tlip Fame company which mtpporlcd
Mr. Daly on Uioadway Is Willi the road oni
pany. Tho only chango among the prinilpils la
the substitution of lloso lleuumont for Viiginla
Karle, and, to sly tlio least, nothlns Is lost by
the substitution. She Is very pretty, sings sweet
ly and has all the glace necessary tor setting
off by contrast the R'olesqttc' "giaco" of Daly.
Anna Lnughlln and Tis-io Moone.v, two tharmliiR
jounff soubrettcsi Idslene Cotton, wllh ficnch
songs; William Cameron, whose legs aic quite
as funny as D.il's ever weip; William fiould,
with dances and n good Coster sons: 1'rink
Tannchlll, jr., Xlcl:l.ong, deorge" A. Schiller
and Tlionn.s Kvans arc among tho original favor
ites still with the company.
As alwa.vs can he relied upon In a Daly show,
the female choius of the "Xew Yolkcis" is a
happy coniblmtlon of beiuty and good olce.
They arc ot all st.vlcs of beauty and each is a
piotty close approach to n model of her particu
lar style, while almost half of them at tome
stage or other ot the piocecding3 ale given p
poitunity of showing by a bit of solo woik that
thev aic actuilly singers.
Ilio songs aie lust good; nothing moio and
nothing le. Tho way they aie sung, however,
calls for the supcihlive. "ituillins In "octety,"
"Take Me Hack to tlcrild Sipiare" and "Oh,
rndge" aic thiee which aic put on with nil thi!
art that Daly summons in making a song a "go,"
and iu theni-elves lunipiisc u money's-woith en
teitainmcnt. As for Daly lihu'clf, sulllee it to say that he
Is at hlsi best in "The Xew Vorkeu." His
inimitable diolleiy, lolcc, poes and feet tre
woiked to the limit of their capacity for provok
ing laughs. He is on tho stage fully three
quartets of the lime and as his mere picenee
is .1 suiety of ninth it can be taken for gianted
tint it is a rather lnutlilul show.
AN hit plot theie is to the piece Is humorous
of itself ami gives laic oppoitunity for intio
during the epcciiltlcs. All American billionaiie
who lives in mortal dread of d.ving wealthy en
counters a now el of Xew- Yorkeis in London
who aie bloke. Dily, who by assldcnt is foiccd
to macquoiadc as a Hmsian bnon, is engaged
to furnish a company of nobillly for a houso
p.uty whlrh liie billionaiie is to give at n
lented country jilace. Dal's Xew York fiiend-i,
a conbo.v, a raeetnek pool seller, a "cop,"
some chappie", a title-hunting nutron and her
daughteis and olheis of that ilk are togged cut
to icpieacnt dukes, duchesses and the like .lid
go down to Blltheiing Towers as the condescend
ing guests of the American billionaire. 'I he
fun lint comes mtnullv of a ace-tiatk man
masqueiading as on Ihigllsh bishop; of Alkali
Ike doing a turn as t British general and so
on is only incidental to the perfounance. Daly's
diollery is the thin?.
"Slaves of Gold."
"Slaves of Gold" was the play pcscnled at the
Academy of Music last night by the Waitc
Comcily end btoel: company, before an audience
tint applauded the actors 1o the echo.
"The Octoroon" is billed for this afternoon and
a fine scenic production of "Under Two riaj"
will he seen tonight.
"Rudolph and Adolph."
Tlio baIc idea of tho new musical corned;,
"Kudolph and Adolph," which will lie seen ut
the I.vecuni llmrsday night, i the old theme of
mistaken identity, which his done duty In many
forms. Tho-o vciy funny German comedians,
Din and ("hailes A, Miibon, in tho title roles,
nuke the farce ureillhly funny.
'Ihelr long and varied stage oiperionci is ex
emplified in the minutest stage business and de
tails. "Way Down East."
William A. Drad.i's "NN'ay Down Kist" will he
seen in this city at the I,vcciini on 1'ilday night
and Saturday matinee and night, and la suffi
As a whole the stoiy is well told mid the
third act is ration illy developed and the ilia-
ma tic- cllmi as strong ai one could ask for. It
must ho said tint tho play nhns for wholesome
ness and genuinely human sentiment in Its every
line. The sale ot scats opens this morning at 0
At the I.vceuiu, Tuesday night, the Uostoiilans
will make their ic cutty with their litest success,
"Maid Maiian," the new loinintiu upeta by Unr
inahl DcKoven and Harry II. bmltli, lecenlly
produced nt the Gaulen theiler, Xew Yoik, for
three months, with rnoimoiis success.
"Mild Marian" Is a sequel to "Itobin Iood,"
and is presented on a scale of unwonted splendor,
wllh scenery by I'.ainest tiros, and eosliunoi b
'Hie Hist ait of tho opeia shows the ancient
puk surrounding the castle of tlio Karl ot Hunt
ington and the curtain will bo lalsed on u hank
ing and hunting paity icsplcndcnt in movement
and color. In sh.up and livid contiast to this
id.vlllo landscape is thu sunset in tlio desert de
pleted In act second, Willi the invested City ot
Acre hi tho distance, Act third Is the banquet
ing hall of the Huntington castlo on CI11 iatiuas
morning, with the attendant festivities. 'liie
sale of seats opens Saturday iiioiulug at 0 o'clock.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT" DIRECTORY.
4 Lines 10 Cents
Mote Than Four Llne, 3 Cnt lor Eh Extra Lln..
3 Insertions 25 Cents
Mors Tim Pour Lines, 6 Centi lor Bach Ditra Lt.it,
1011 HUM' Stoie Xo. 2M tjiekuvvnnna nvcniie;
iilii Rcond floor; nlso Scotch Woolen Mills
Co. IXcLllelit liUluos stand. Hours for cillllug,
S to 10 and fi to 7. Apply 1131 Sanderson live.
HOtJSi: r'011 IttlXT Inqulic Ill Mulberry street.
I'OU ltllXT-Smull furnished house tor lent. In
quilc ill D2J Vine' street.
IT.AT I'OU lKSV nt CIS I.ick.iwaiina ve
Hue; ull liiMein luiprovemenls. ImiUire ot
11. Mcwes, fil8 I.iekiwanin nveiiue.
I'OU MINT Slvroom flat with hath, sleam
heat, gas range unit ull inoderii Improve;
incuts, fiom April lt: rent rensonahle. (-all
eatly. 1'ied C. Iland, IK1.1 Mulbciiy street.
bTOHi: I'OU lti:XT-fl2a West I.aekawantui ave
nue. Inquire Philip Sehnell, U2er Ncst Lacka
HAILS I'OU ni'NT-SI2, April 1st, three box
three! single stalls and wash rack, rear oi
321 Madison avenue. Inquire at 034 Madison ae.
KOIl tlBNT-Slorr- hiilldlnir for rent In nis,l
City, Pa. nulldltiR BO feet by 2 't, ecljaf
unuer nil, aim sccona siory can c iiiw -
family. All, In good repair ready lor use. Tvvo
...I t...u1...n V...I .l..na nn. 1... nmnlnvinff OVCr
a thousand ppople. An enterprising merchant
can get a large trade. Apply to William li.
niehmond, Illchmond Hill, 3123 N. Main avenue,
Scrantnn, Pa. .
unn linvTOnn furnished room, with Improve
ments; also one on third floor, cheap. 027
FURNISHED MOOMS for rent, modem Improve
ments; private family; itcntlemen preferred,
at 37 Adams avenue.
FOn RUNT Furnished front room, with heat,
bath and gas; near court house; gentleman
prclened. Address Room, Box 200.
FOR RKNT Furnished room; heat and bath.
023 Linden street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with heat, pas
and bath, gentlemen prcf cried, at 539 Adams
FOR SAI.K Household goods, cairiage and hii
ness, at 1334 Cupouse avenue, NN'cdnesd ly af
ternoon at i o'eloek.
PIAXO I'OU sale cheap; good is new-. Address H.
K., 747 Locust sttcel, city,
1011 SAIiH A second-hind oigm; in flist-clis
condition; will he sold at a baigaiu. 21!
C'ARPITI'S uO.OtiO laiils capiets, matting's and
oil cloths at publli- auction, 2.10 I.itckavyanna
avenue, "feee Auctions."
FOR RALE A picing horse, nuiked. Also
buggy and harness. Inqulii ill Thomas
Johns' hotel, Xoitli Main avenue, Xortli End,
HOUSE I'OU SALE-Iliv hoi-e 7 ears old, 15 2
hand? high, weighs 1,000 pounds; sound,
kind und true; eitra -well city lnokcn: docs not
shv or pull. Perfect conformation, ciy stlish;
pi ito, lrl30. our money hick is not as repre
sented. P. R. Patcrson, M. 1)., Honesdale, Pa.
POR SALE Complete job printing cuttHt, !U
job pi ess, 30 fonts job and body tvpe, tpe
stand and cacs, brass rules, etc. Some one with
tho cash will get a bargain. Address Lock llo
30, Peekvllie, Pa.
JUST ARRIVED with forty hoises; good woik-
ers and diivers! weight fiom 1,100 to 1,000;
several closely matched teams. Can he seen at
SJ4 Rajmond court. F. M. Cobb.
CARPETS 30.000 aids Brussels. Ingrains, Vel
vets, also Mattings, Oil Cloth; 10,000 pieces
linen sheets, table cloths, blankets, counter
pmes , napkins, etc., iron beds, springs,
inattiesso, chairs, about six carloads at
public.- auction. Sale begins Tuesday at 10 a. m.
and a and 7 p. m;, at 230 Lackawanna aienue,
nct Scianton Sticet Railroad waiting; room,
opposite Penn avenue. Cummlngs & Bro,, Auctioneers.
Wrmted To Buy.
WANTED TO BUY One genuine diamond, weight
about two "K," will pay cash price. Ad
dicts "Jllng," Tribune office.
PRIVATE FAMILY wishes to have tvvo nice men
to board, German or English. Call any time
after Thursday. All conveniences, 807 Harrison
Furnished Room and Board.
PLEAS VX'T furnished room and board, private
family, modem conveniences; Hill section.
Address Hill, Tilbuno office.
Wanted Rooms and Board.
WANTED Tvvo communicating rooms with board,
pilvato family picferred. Two ladles and a
gentleman. Statu full particulars. Address 0.
II. D., Tribune office.
Wanted To Rent.
"iVAXTED l'or the summer, a furnished homo
at Joike Ariel or vlelnlt. Addiess stating
full particular, Box 350, Tilbune office.
WANTED ROOM'S l'or tvvo adults, three or four
rooms, furnished m unfurnished for cry
light housekeeping, first floor picfeiied. Addrcvu
M. B., Tiibune of lice.
WANTED ruinlshed house oi four or five rooms
for housekeeping. Addicts A. 0. L, Tribune
Wanted Furnished Rooms.
WANTED furnished, rooms for Knights Templar
Conclave, May 20. 27 and 23, 11)02. Address
(eorge II. Jeimii, Chairman Hotel Committee,
WANTKD T'lUalo Jcvons I mliorlliand Online
l ... ,..... i.l,niinit,l tft, ll.iin
fHICIllUUiin taiiuiiiidiiMf 4 1 'uiiiiv,
TIMREIt 'IHACT 13S acres, faun and road hou'c
hotel lor sale, NN'ill ho sold cheap to wind
up estate. 0, L. Helriegcl, Scranton.
FARM I'OU SALE Stv -two aeies, one mile
fimii Lako Allel; twelvo acrea of timber, iet
linpioved; excellent spilng water on lot; faim
xltuatul oil load, l'or luiticulais address Will
iam 'Jreslai, Ariel, Pa.
FARM I'OU SALE or cubango for city pinperty
situate iu biiMiuchantia county; improved;
well watered; suitable for dalrlng. stock or
sheep laUIng and gennul fanning. Ilanjcn, At
torney, "2'J',i NN'atliliijton avenue.
SIOCK AND WHEAT IRADERS without delay.
Write for our special muiket letter. Free on
application. S. M, lllbbard & Co, members X.
V, Ccnsolldaled and block buhange. 4( and i
Uioadway, New oik. ltablUhed ISot. Loiik
DUlauce' Phono 21SS Broad.
Monoy to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT 01' MONEY 10 LOAN-Qulck,
fiiraigue loam or (iiiiiuius aim coun. .ic
fiom 4 to 0 per cent. Call on N, V, NN'alktr,
SU-310 Council bulldlua;.
Tnvo of Hoger 'NVllllains' companions
In exile were lost In a deiiHi) torc&(.
Can you Uiul theiuV
LOST Near (Julucy avenue, a brooch pin, four
diamonds insetted. Return lo 321 (Julaoy
avenue. Libera) icwiird.
L0ST--f23, between Peek Lumber Co., L't Ml
kct eticct and l'retb teilan church. Reward
U returned to vfllce eif Peck Lumber Co,
BRANOH WANT OlfPlOKS.
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Received nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 I. 11.
ALBERT 8CI1ULTZ. corner Mulberry
atrttt and NVebiter avenue.
OUSTAV l'lCHEL, 030 Adams avenue.
OKOROE V. JENKINS, 101 South Mala
FHED t.'TERPPE,J29 Cedar arenue.
CEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Mala
avenue and Market street.
CHARLES I. JONES, 1537 Dlcktoa
F. J. JOHNS, PCO Green Ridge street.
C. LORENZ, corner NVashlngton avr
Due and Marion street.
W. H. KNEPFEI., 1017 Irving avenua.
J. a. BONE Ic SON.
Help Wanted Hale.
YOUNO MEN wanted; any distance, copv let
ters home evenings, unci ictmii lo u'. We
pay 10 per tliou-and; send addiessed envelope,
lurtlculars and copy. 1'. M. (,', Dcpl, Jlj, h
WANTKD An ab.tnnt bnokkecpei hv the t'mlaliy
P.icklng Co,, 41J SKth street. "
FIVE AOENTS wanted at once. Apply Sil Pios
NVANTED (icntlem.in over tweiil-one lo appoint
and manage agents for n Philadelphia flim;
snlaiy ten dollars per week und expenses pihl,
experience not icqulrcd. Addics Uo, B", '1'ilb-unc.
LOCAL and llavolliu rrpiesenlatives foi will
known, easy selling t.vpcwrlter. Espciiiiued
tpewilte sitlciiuin oi operaton picfeiied. lsn
telegiaph opcratots as spci ial icprcicnt itlvn.
Addicts "Tvpowltei," cue 'Bihiino.
NN'ANTED Picture flame maker, uppl at Jonas
NN'ANTED A Ihouiouglily competent, all uimind
inoldei. Perminent position foi thu light
man. In making application slate age, experi
ence and wages desiied. II. NV. Beach, Mont
MAN witli horse and wagon wanted tn deliver
and collect. No canvassing. "21 pi i week
and expenses. $1.0 e ih deposit rupiuud. Col
lector, Bo 7S, Pliihdclulila. ,
NVANTED Two cvpeiienced stenographcn; ap
pi to International Salt Co., Council build
ing, Scranton, Pa.
Help Wanted Female".
YOUNG LADIES wanted; am distance; top let
ters home evenings, and icturii to u. NN'c
pay 10 per thousand; 'end addressed envelope,
particulais und cop, r. M. C. Dept. 145, Bo
CURL NVANTED In small family for general
houscwoik and cam of childipn. flood ref
erences absolutely rerjuhed. lS Madiaun avenue
(near Electiic), Duumore.
NVANTED First class cook at Hotel Walsh,
corner NVashlngton avenue and Phelps strict,
LADIES NVANTED Home work, O per month
guaranteed, stamp for paiticulars. National
P. k S. Waldi Co.. Baltlmoie. Mil.
LADY CANVASSER wanted to solicit sub-crip-lions
for The Tiibune; good commission of
fered with a fair guaiantee for first-class worker.
Apply personally at Business Manager's of Dee,
WANTED By a middle aged lady as housekeeper
or any loud ot woik. Aimic-s 21U walnut
SITUATION NVAMED-Ily joiiiis man ,n book
keeper, or assistant, can give icfeienee. Ad
dress L. M. Elsingei, 711 North Main avenue,
WANTED NV.ishing oi any kind of office? work.
Address Mis. NNIlliants, 211 Chy avenue,
A (IEIIMAN woman would like to havo ii place
as cook. Mis. M. T,, 221 Penn avenue.
Dissolution of Partnership.
DISSOLUTION OP P.NRrNERSIlIP 1 lie puttier
ship licntotoie existing hjtvvcen J. M. Puiilv
and A, M. l'inn, under the firm name of Ptiidy
& Finn, is this "Otli iliy of Minh. 11)02, dis
solved by mutual consent, A, M. Finn iitirlng.
'lhe busineos heicattcr will be lontliiued b J. M,
I'll I dy under the flint name of .1, M. Puuly & Co.,
to whom all outstanding accounts will bo paid
and who assume all nihilities.
J. M. PU1IDY,
A. M, I'l
Dalton, .March 29, 1902.
THE OWNERS or icputed owneis ot puipeity
bounding or abiittlua; on both side.-, of NN'oiii
ing avenue, trm Phelps land line to A-.li ftioit;
both sides of Ash stteet, fiom the l. & 'I. It.
It. to Washington aveniio; both nicies of Oakfor.l
(unit, fiom Ash sticet to Poplai strut; both
tides of Potest couit, liom Ash sticet Hi Poplu
Mieet; and both sides of liietk couit, liom
Phelps lind line to Poplai- btieet, in tho hev
cntli and Thlttecntli vuid.s, Take nolle k tint
under tho direction ot lOiinelU, 1 will make ll.o
assessment for the construction of a stem of
luteial sewers for tho drain igc of thu tenitoiy
liicntioncd above, on Wednesday, the loth il.iv
ot April 11, 1002, at 10 o'clock In the toienuon, at
tho Department ot Public Winks, Bureau ut En
(.hireling, City Hall, Scianton, I.i at which
time and place ou may appeal and be hen I
if sou sn elesiie.
JOHN K. HOCIIE. Dhcetui,
Depilliuei.t ot Piililic NNulks,
Scranton, Pa Apill 8, 1002.
IN III'.: ESTATE of William J, Lewis, late of the
Citv of Scianton, County u( Laikuvvaniu,
State of Pennsivanla, dee(aed.
Letters tesiamintaiy on tlie nun (iipillvo will
having been gianted tu tlio iindcrslgiiul on the
above otnte, all peuons liavlug elilm oi ih
inands against Iho same will pha.e piesent them
for pameut, ami all those indebted thereto will
make immediate pajincut lo
'illK IACKANNANNA TIIUSl' AM) S.NIT. HE-
POMT COMPANY, OF SCRAN ION.
WELLES k TOUIIEV, Atloine.
CANDIDATES for tho office of Inspector of
Mines au lieicby notified tint the Ihunl of
examiners appointed by lhe Court of Common
Pleas o( Lackawanni couniy, will meet at thu
Uoaid ,ot Control rooms, City Hall, Scranton,
on Monday, April 21, 1KM, ut 10 a, in., for the
examination of null cundlditcs us may appear
befmi) them, CaudlJati-s will iiollie thai tlio law
ipnuiies tliciu to pioduco sltlsfutoi lyliliiue u
having had at leut live eats pruitlcal cpei.
ence in the al'll',',,'ltlVvvu's'.lOltl
ilKEM! A. PHILLIPS,
'IIMIMHY 11. IIAYI.S,
A Jir.r.'llMI of the members of tho laiikavvaniu
More Association Limited, will bo held at tho
office o( tho association )n .Scranton, i'a,, iui
Mouda, the Jlth day of April. A. ). im, ut
hall pa -.t two o'clock ill thu afternoon, foi the
pmpojo of taking action upon tlio iuetion o
dissolving 'Hie Laekawaiiua Stora Association
Lluiitid, by voluntaiy ue'len of the iiieinbeis,
and, in ease it is devldcd to dissolve thu said
iiociatlon, then for tho fu.lhcr ptupu.e of elect
ing tinea liquidating tiustecs lu wind up tin
altalu of the association ucvordlng to law.
f II. S. FAUtClllLD, Secretary.
Ecrittton. Pa., March 22, ll.
FIRST LEtllSLATIVE DISTRICT-Notlco Is liercx
uy given to tho Republican Voters ol tin
first Legislative District, that a primary elec
tion win ii iicki on Hatitriiny, April 0, lws, lie
tvvrcn the hours of tour and seven n. In., for lha-
purpose nt nominating a candidate for the Leg
Mature to represent the district unit to elect two
delegates to the Republican State Convention to
ue ueiu ai nairisbtirg .nine n, iiiuj,
The convention to compute the vote will ba
held on Tuesday, April 20, nt 10 o'clock In Co
operative Hall, Each laiulul.itc must regljtcr.
with the district chairman, his lull name and
postotllio addrrss, and pay his assessment fifteen
days before the election, or his name will not ba
placed cm the official ballot.
The illslrlit vlulliiiire rninmlttee. In the Vari
ous precincts, will (-undue t the election, and tha
re-suit will be reported liv the return judgo in
tho district convention, which will br compoicd
of the return judges. A written notice contain
ing their instructions will be nulled to the inem
beis of the various district vigilante committee,
OFO. W. JENKINS. Chairman.
Attest NV. NV. SIMPSON, Secretary.
SECOND LKOtSLATINT. DISTRICT-Notlce 11
lieicby given tn the R-puhllcan voters ol
the Second Legislative district that a prlmsry
election wlll.be held on Baturda, April 20. 1002,
between t lie hours of four and seven n'elodc p.
in., for the purpos- nt elcellug two drlegatci tn
repirsent said legislative dlsttlet In the tmnlmf
Republican state convention to he held In Hr
rlshiirg on June 11, Ifittt, and lo nomlnsto a
candidate for the legislature.
The convention to innipiitr the lote will m
held on Tuesday, 'April 20. !f2, at I o'llnik p.
m In liie looms of the Central Republican (tub
In uc(orihince with the rules governing Ih'i
district tlic candidates will he voted for dlreitlv
b.v the volers at the pulls. Each candidal- must
leglster with the dl-tilet ihaliinnn his full nam
and potoflice address and pnv his assessment
twenty davs before lhe elnlfon or his name will
nut he placed ill the official ballot, neither wl.l
li nv Mites nisi for him be counted.
The district vlglhnce committees; In the iarl
mis precinits will cnndiK t the election nnd tin
re-nll will bp repnrlril hv tin- irturti Judge tn tli
i!ltrict rcnveiitlon. wldeh will be comncd .ol
lhe return Judges of the various distill ts. V
wiltten notice containing further In'tiitetlonr wi'l
be sent to tlic niembeis of the slid dlstilrt vigil
I'ltEDERIC NV. FLI'.ITZ. Chairman;
Attp-t: WALTER E. DVVIS, Secretary.
THIRD LEOIRLATINT DISTRICT Notice it here
In given that theie being only one candidate
for rcptp-inlatlvp, two delegates and two alter
nates n the Slate convention hiving rciristcre I,
we, tlio clnlinnn and seeietaiy nf liie Thin! Le;
Isltlive distiict Ripuhllcin committee, hrreh,- de-il.ue-
tho nine lo lie liie nominees nf the Repulili
(,in path- in the nid district. In accordance with
the piovlsloiis of llulps 24 and 2ri ot the party
'Hie pciMinnil of the tat diner lomnilttre ii
to icmiiti as at pioMiit conslltiilcd.
Bv oi ih r of . '
'IIH'RsTON S. PARKER, Chairman.
-T. E. WA'IKINS. Secretary.
Dry, clean and modern up-tfl-dato
storage; sepirute looms;
individual kevs', elevator. Ai
ideal storage foi household effects, etc. Thirty
separate stotage rooms. Scranton Storage coin
pan, 11.1 l'l.inklin avenue.
RHEOMAIISM All catties that wish can be
speedily and peiminchtly cured ot all va
rieties of Rheumatism by a vegetable compound.
Cutcs guaranteed. Inquire or address J. E. Tay
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING. 23 TRADERS BANK
Building, and St. Paul Buildinr, New York.
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,. CONNELt.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH. -B., REAfa
Estate Exchange Bldg.. 126 Washington are.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDINtJ, 815, CONNEI.L BLILDINO.
srEVENsON & KNIGHT. 720 CQNNI.I.L BLDtl.
DR. C. E. EILENBEIiaEll, PAULI BUILD1.NO.
Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 NVYOMINQ AVC.NUU.
WILLARD, WARREN KNAI'P. AT'lOENUiS
and Couiiscllois at-Lavv. OUJ lo 012 Connill
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATT01t.T..AT-LANV.
Rooms 12, 14, 10 and 18 Burr Building.
D. B. REPLOOLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS N1GO
tlated on real estate: security. Mcars Dulldln,',
comer NVashlngton avenue and Spruco sticet.
JESSUP tc JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COU.V-ollora-at-htvv.
Coinmoiivvcalth Duilding, Rocmi
10, 20 and 21.
EDNVARD NV. THAYER. ATTORNEY.
OO.'-OOl, Oth floor, Mars building.
L. A WATRES. ATTORNEV-Al'-LANV, HOARD
of Trade Building. Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON WILCOX. TRADERS NATIONAL
C. COMEOYS, 01J RKPUBLIOAN BUILDINO.
A. NV. BERTIIOLF, OFFICE MOVED TO NO.
211 Womlng airivi".
Physicians and Surgeons.
DrTnV. L'7ALLENr 513 NOItniNVASinNaiO:
DU. S. NV. L'AMOHE U., OFFICE 010 NVA8H
Ington avenue. Resldcnec, 1318 Mulberry.
Cluoi.io alseajes, lu.igs, heart, kidnes an I
Ccnltn-mlnaiy organs a epeciatt. Hours, I
to 4 p. m.
DR. 1). 0. EVANS, Osl'IOPATH, 120 8 NVASR.
iugtnu avenue, Cliionhi and ncivoui disease
a sped ill, Consultutioii fiee,
Instruction Musical.1; ' t,
P. C, PEl'SI'.ll, MILS. IIAC. TEAHIIEROF
Voice Cultuie. llailunu.v, Cnuntcipolnt .snl
Composition. Composition, collected and' m
lsed fur publleatlon. ;'.! New York streets-
Hotels and Bestaurants,
11IE ErKCAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE.
nuc, Rates teasonable.
P. ZIEGI.ER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. ii W. PAS-
eencer depot. Conducted on the Euroneta
phn. VICTOR KOOII. Proprietor.
A. B. BIII003 CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cesa pools; no idoi; only improved pumps used.
A. U. Brlggi, proprietor. Leave orders JIM
North Main avenue, or Elckc'a drug store, .cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Both telephone.
0. II. CLARKE to CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NURS
rumen, stoic 201 NVashlngton avenue; Klti
houses, 1030 North Main avtnuei store tele
phone. 7S2. '
JOSEPH UULTTEL, REAR 511 LACKA. .
Seroiiion, Pa., manulacturcr ot NNlie Screeni.
URESSMAKINa TOR CIIILDREN TO OUDMJI
also ladies waists. Luuiso- bhocinaker, S1J
MEC1ARGEK IHIOS.. piUNTCHb' SUPPLIES. EN
v elopes, paper bags, twine. NV alehouse, UU
Washington avenue. Sermon, Pa.
THE WH.KESBARRB RECORD CAN BE HAU
In Scranton at tho news stands of Rehtinao
Bros., 404 t-'prucc and JOJ Linden; M. Norton,
" uu UcUwjnn. avenue; I. 8. Schutter, 311
.. - .n '..-,- Mj
Wf 'T E ,
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