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THE SC1UNTON TRIBUNE- FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902
PperUt In the Sernnlnn Tribune. v
Montrose, AdiII 1(. 'flic eotiiri-eiW
tlonnl mcctliiK of the inembcra oC Urn
Fi-csbytorlmi eliutoji, to tuko notion cm
the rcHlRtmtlcm of the pastor, Itov. A.
I.. HciUon, IX D.,wriH held In tho church
chapel yestr-nlny tittoinoun. Ilov. P. It,
nrooks, or WllkcM-Uarrp, acted uh mod
erator. The weather was very unfavor
able, 1 downpour of rain ueliiff steady,
yet u .er stUeh conditions, tho atlelid
nnco ,vns large.
The lrslKnatlon of Dr. Uenlon was
acted Uion In necordanco with tho pas
tor's personal dunlie, and John (.!. Unr
rliiRtou and ltobcrt K.Beolio were elect
ed to represent the church at the pres
bytery and ask that the pastoral ic
lallon bo dissolved.
llcsolulloiiH of appreciation, of the
pastor, which had been adopted by the
session of the chinch, were read and
wore unanlmouslyapproved and ordered
Bprcad Upon tho church records,
On motion, the moderator, Mr. Urooks,
ind Pastor llonton were nppolntcd ti
tominlttcc to anpolnt another1 eommlt
lec, whose duty will be to Introduce a
new pastor to the church. This method,
while not In the least restricting the
lights or the congregation, will do away
with the tedious and outlines unsatis
factory method or "cnndldatlng" for a.
Althouglj the church Is not financially
nble'to retire Dr. llenton on a salary,
as his people would very gladly do, they
did what they could and showed their
willing spirit by performing tho grace
ful mid meritorious act of unanimously
electing Mr. Uonton pastor emeritus of
tho church, an honorary position,
which It Is expected that Dr. Benton
will occupy for life. No salary is at
tached to the position, but It will keep
the retiring pastor in close touch with
his devoted Hock and therein thev will
find a measure of comfort and cheer.
Dr. Benton was nls-o voted a month's
vacation, as lias been customary each
Special to I lie Scranlon Tiihiuip.
Factoryvlllc, April 10. A. V. LSedell Is
moving to Scrnnton.
Mrs. Alonsjo Darrow and family have
moved into rooms over Gardner's store;,
formeily occupied by Mrs. Itlfenbury.
Solomon Reynolds and family, who
have been at Yonkers, X. V., the past
year, have returned and are now settled
in their own home, on Main street.
The Misses Nellie A. Green, Clara
Parmitcr and Klnora Messenger braved
the storm Tuesday evening and attend
ed the banquet given at Nicholson by
the Kebekahs of that town, in honor of
their ilrst anniversary.
The Baptists will hold their weekly
meeting at tho home of Mis- Amy Cap
well on Friday afternoon at 2.S0. Rev.
and Mrs. F. J. Caterer, of Dalton, will
have charge of the meeting. Kveryono
V.R, Gardner has been ill at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cobb, lormer
residents of this town but now of West
Scrantou, aic rejoicing over the arrival
of a son.
Word was received here this morning
that a license had been granted to both
hotels, notwithstanding the remon
Fpen'al to tlic Scranton Tribune.
Harford, April - 10. The Kpvvortri
league will give a literary, musical and
spectacular entertainment, consisting of
recitations, tongs and tableaux, on Fri
day evening. April S. Mrs. K. M. Tif
fany and Miss Lillian Uyram, of Hop
bottom, will tissist them.
The sugar social given by the Kn
lleavor society was a grand success.
Mr. Obteihout has just purchased a
new engine. He is prepared to do
double the amount of work he did with
:he old engine.
T., O. Fnrrar, of New Milford, was a
caller in town Wednesday.
Butter is thirty cents at the cieam
ery. A very unique wedding occuned at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clatenee
JJrainard, April 4, it being the mar
riage of bis mother, Mrs. Adellde
Hraiimrd, to Charles Vo.slmrg, of North
Dakota, She was attended by Misses
Hazel and Cecil Briilniml. The grooms
men were Mr. I.yn mind l-ee Mraliund,
tho four being grandchildicn of the
brldp. Mr. and Mrs. Vo'ibuiK, will re
side In New Milford township.'
The funeral of .Mrs. Ancla Gow wah
lield at her Into homo on Wednesday.
April 2. Itev. Hawkins olllelated. She
was 7!i veins old, interment was In
Kdwnrd Darrow, of Ulnglmmton, vis
ited Ills, aunt, Mrs, E, M. Watbun, on
F-prelal to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest C,lty, April 10. The boiough
council this weelt awarded to Cleary
Tiros,, of Scranton, tho contract for
plumbing and wiring the borough build
ing for $l,ri2'J. Tho contractors, Messrs,
"Nolan & Collins, should have had the
liulldlug completed In December, but
tho, work drags along from day to day,
with little being accomplished, and at
the meeting Tuesday night, council de
cided to tnko action to compel tho con
tractors to-uso moro speed,
li. U I.eroy, of New Milford, was tho
Kucst of his daughter, Mrs, D, Ft,
Jlrnnnon, this week.
Itev. J, K, Urodheiid Is today moving
3ils family to Jermyn, and Itev, S, w.
Derby has taken the house vacated by
limner Garrott has bought tliu Hales
Jiousc, on upper D inula If street, for
On Wednesday evening, Miss Corn
MoitIh Grlllln, assisted by Mrs. L,lzzle
Ilughes Ilrundage and Miss Mlllun De
Har, of Scrnnton, will give a literary
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V.,l.riAV.DAntT. MI.IIIa 41. UIHJ
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nnd tmt.sleal eiitcrtnlninent In the opera
house, under the tuiBulces of the Pres
Dr. Ilateson, of Kcrnnton, gave a very
Inslrtletlve Illustrated lecture on the
"Human Temperaments,'' In the Hnp
tlst church, last evening,
Mrs. John Dearie, who has been III, Is
The wind enjoyed a ftollu In this sec
tion uf timber Tuesday night, nnd
IhliitfM that wore not tlod went along
with the brceeze. It unroofed tho Davis
house, on Hudson street,
The Daughters of Uebcktth held n
sack social In the Odd Fellows' build
ing, on South Main street, this evening.
It was liberally pntronlzed,
Special to tbe Scranton Tribune.
' Nicholson, April ,9. In spite of ruin
about 70 Kobckahs met at lodge rooms
" - m mmmmmmm
Sir Walter Raleigh won the favor of
Queen Elizabeth while Drake and Gil
bert tarried In the background. Where
of Juanltn Lodge Tuesday evening to
celebrate the first anniversary of that
It being their regular meeting night,
the legular business of the lodge was
transacted, after which a literary and
musical programme was rendered.
Rev. K L,. Lewis, in behalf of tho
lodge, In a few well chosen remarks,
presented Brother F. A. Colvin a chair
as a slight token of their appreciation
of his services as captain of their de
Refreshments were served after which
some time was spent listening to short
talks from visiting members and mem
bers of Juanlta Lodge. The lodge room
was beautifully decorated and presented
a pretty scene when lighted by electric
ity. The lodge colors, pink and green,
were extensively used In decorntlng as
were potted plants. Much credit Is due
the decorating committee, comprised o
the following: Mesdames Clara Decker,
Julia Davis, Francis Warner and Mabel
Stevens; also much credit is due the
committee having the anniversary In
charge comprised of the following:
Mesdames Phoebe Lord, Angle Colvin,
Sat ah Cooney and Rev. L. L. Lewis.
Special to the Sciantun Tribune.
Tunkhannock, April 9. A. Judson
Stark, of Pittston, attended the funeral
of Mrs. Victor Lyman, on Wednesday.
Louis Hllkawlch, of New York, who
has been looking after his stores at this
place, returned home on Tuesday,
Miss Mabel Lewis spent Tuesday at
Mrs. C. L. Kresky, or Scranton, who
lias been visiting her parents at this
place, lias returned home.
Mrs. Stephen Robertson is spending
the week with her mother lit Russell
A dculflon is anticipated In the con
tested liquor license cases at tho ad
journed session of court tills Thursday
Stephen Roberson is doing a job of
paper hanging for N. B. Jackson at
Ld Grange. -
The rains of tho past few days have
caused tho Susquehanna river to rise
The examining committee of the bar
ns.soelntlon held a preliminary examin
ation on Tuesday of several prospec
tive law students at the office of R. W.
Albert E. Rodney, of the SprlngvUle
hotel, spent a couple of days at this
place this week.
Ex-Sheriff Charles S. Knnpp, of
Skinner's Eddy, left for California cm
Tuesday, where ho was called by tho
death of a brother-in-law,
Frank H. Piatt Is on a business trip
to the southern part of the state.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Brooklyn, April 10. Ernest Sterling,
of Cornell, spent lust week with his
AVade vBarnes, of State college, who
was taken sick with a fover while
spending his vucatlon here, is recover
ing. Mrs. Ralph Sterling is still In Wilkes
Biirrc, caning for her niece.
Mrs. I.. K. Tewksbury visited Scran
ton last week.
Miss Hattlu Miller is helping Mrs.
Tlio fuperul of Miss Jennie Weston,
who died In the Melhodlst hospital,
Brooklyn, N. V was held at- tho Wes
ton homo list Wednesday' afternoon,
Rev. Roberts, of the Pretbyterlun
church, olllelated, and u double duet
consisting of Misses Lelah Sterling,
yern Packer, Etta. Sage und Lillian
ustln. sans appropriate selections.
Miss Weston was u young woinun who
was unlversully respected and her
death, following, as It did, so soon
utter that of her father, seems sad In
deed, Frances, the little daughter of Mr,
und Mis, Frank L. Rogers, died very
suddenly last Thursday afternoon of
heart failure. She and her little
brother, on their way homo from
school, were playing In the Held wjiero
their fnthor was nt worki when th
little Blrl suddenly dropped upon tho
ground nnd died son nfter her father
reached her. The funeral wnn held
from the house Inst Saturday, Itnv.
noberts conducting the services.
FrnnccH wns n pretty, bright nnd lov
nblo child, and the family Iiiib every
one's sympathy In this sudden bereave
ment. Jjeon Stepheim closed a successful
term of school nt Maple Grove Inst
Ml?s Elizabeth Vnlnier, of Montrose,
visited Brooklyn friends recently.
Miss Hnttle McMlllInn Is visiting her
cousins In Urldgownter.
Mr. mild Mrs. a. II. Terry have
moved Into the rooms over the hard
Mayor Corcoran and tho saloon
keepers of this city hud a consultation
In tho ofllco of the chief executive on
Monday evening of this week. "'Just
what took place there has not been giv
en out, but It Is rumored and the ru
mors conies from reliable sources that
the mayor has decided that the ilagrant
violations of the liquor law In relation
to selling on Sunday must cense, nnd
that the saloons must .hereafter bu
closed on the Sabbath.
During his iceent trip In Florida,
from which ho just returned, Harry
Andrews, of the West Side, had the
good luck to kill two alligators. Hairy
in company with his father and three
other gentlemen was on a cruise up a
river in that sunny state and came
across an alligator on the way up the
river and unother on the trip down.
Both crockodileswere sunning them
selves on tho river bunk and were dis
patched with little trouble, Mr. An
drews being armed' with a heavy hunt
ing gun. One measured ten feet and
ilia, other six. The hide of the latter
has been shipped to this placo and Is
expected in u, day or two.)
The questiori of establishing golf links
here Is being discussed on the West
Side of the river.
The co-operative association which
was organized here last fall expects
to open up in business on Luzerne ave
nue, West Pittston, April 17. They
will first embark in the meat business
and after that will extend to the gro
ceries and dry goods business.
Company M of the West Side has ac
cepted an invitation to assist the G. A.
R. In the observance of Memorial day.
Harry Steele Morrison, the "Boy
Traveler," delivered his lecture, "A
Trip Around the World," In the Y. M.
C. A. parlor this evening.
The grand jury has found true bills
against Peter Lenowski and Victor
52orombo, two Exeter borough Polan
ders, charged with the murder of An
thony Sennlck, who was found fatally
assaulted In the Exeter mines at that
place several weeks ago,
Another one of, this city's oldest resi
dents passed away this morning when
Mrs. Sarah Snyder died at her home on
Exeter street, West Side. Deceased- was
n native of Ludlowvllle, Tompklnsvllle,
N. Y., and was In her eighty-second
year. She had been a resident of the
West Side since 1873, previous to which
she had resided at Dallas. Death was
due to the infirmities of old age. The
following daughters and son survive:
Mis. Charles Snyder, of Washington,
D, P.; Jerome Snyder and Mrs. Ger
trude Coolehan, of West Pittston. The
latter Is a teacher In the public school's
of the West Side. Sylvester Kelley, of
Dallas, Is n surviving brother of the
deceased. The funeral will take place
Friday morning nt 10.30 o'clock with
interment nt Dallas.
Michael Moyhin, the Port Griffith
grocer, had u horse killed by a live elec
tric wire just near tho city line on the
plank road this afternoon. Mr. Moylun
was driving his team toward home
about 4 o'clock when a Postal Tele
graph wire fell, crossing the Traction
company's live trolley wire, One of
tho horses came In direct contact with
the wire and was Instantly killed, while
the other was stunned for n short time
but soon recoveied. Mr, Moylan had
a close call.
Tho twenty-fourth annual meeting of
the Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the Wllkes-Barre district,
Lackawanna Presbytery, was held In
tho West Pittston Presbyterian church,
West Pittston, today. Morning and af-
f GET YOUR SHARE, '
Blackmen, whitemen, red
men, yellowmen, all are busy
eating away at the world's
food supply every day three
times a day.
1 Every one is entitled to a
share, Are you getting yours?
Does it do you good ?
If not, take Scott's Emulsion,
It is a concentrated, predigesl
ed food much nourishment in
small space and all usable by
the weakest system,
It restores the flesh of young
Send fur 1'rce Sample.
SCOTT & UOW.N'li, Clieuilstj, 40? rri St., N, Y,
lernoon sessions were held. The dis
trict Was well represented by delegates,
and the following programme wna enr
I'IpiI out! Morning session Opening ex
ercise, Mrs. P. H. Brooks, Wilkes
Barrel words of Welcome, Mts. George
Johnson, of West Pittston ! report of
corresponding secretary; report of sec
retary of missionary literature; treas
urer's report! solo, Mrs. John Arm
strong; roll cull and reports of auxil
iaries; paper, "The Continuity of Mis
sions," Mls3 Helen Jackson, of Wyom
ing seminary; devotional exercises led
by Mrs. S, P. Finn. Afternoon session
Opening exercises, Rev. J. J. Rnnkln;
report of secretary of Young People's
work; solo; Miss Lillian Davis, of West
Pittston: address. Rev. C. A. 11. Jnnl-
ver, of India; reports of committees;
paper, "Helpful Words to the Societies,"
Airs. A. M. Welles, of Forty Fort. The
meeting next year will bo hold lit the
First church at Wllkes-Barre. The fol
lowing ofllcers were re-elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. Frederick Corss, of Kings
ton; vice-presidents, Mrs. S. R. Fenn
nnd Mrs. George Johnson, or West
Pittston; Mrs. J. P. Hurseu, of Forty
Fort; Mrs. S. C, Hodge, of Tunkhan
nock; corresponding secretary, Mrs. G,
M. Reynolds, of Wllkes-Barre; record
ing secrotnry, Mrs. L. Langdon, of
Wllkes-Barre; secretary of Young Peo
ple's work, Mrs. C. R. Gregory, of
Wllkes-Barre; secretary ot literature,
Special to Hie SViantnn Tribune.
Welsh Hill, April 9. The small cy
clone, which visited us on Tuesday,
played havoc with the fences. Wo
are ready for better weather.
Mrs, Carrie W. Slsson, of Towanda,
Pa., gnvo a Gospel, temperance' nnd
Prohibition recltul and lecture In tho
Congregational tabernacle Inst Sunday
evening. Owing to the ruin, but few
Mrs. Evan Antholiy returned last
week from a visit to Scranton friends.
Mrs. R. N. Harris nnd children, Wes
ley nnd Ellnore, are visiting her par
ents In Pittston.
Arbor Day, Frldny, April 11, will be
observed here by the planting of trees,
on the parsonage lawn. An appro
priate programme will be carried out
by the school children.
Mi, nnd Mrs. Dnvld Jones have taken
possession of the Owens property and
are now ready to receive their many
Henry Harris and wife left last Mon
day for Scranton, where they will make
their future home. James Jenkins has
charge of his large farm. Ah the older
people retire from farm life and go
city-ward, wo are glad to see the
young filling their places.
Within recent years the raising of
chickens on an extensive scale has be
come quite .1 frequent business enter
prise in many sections of the rural dis
tricts about this locality. Travelers
passing through the borough of Dalton
on the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western railroad observe on the north
eastern side of the town a low and long
frame structuie, occupying a conspicu
ous place on tho side of the hill. This
building is the chickery ot the Dalcrest
Poultry farm, owned by George G.
Mahy, secretary of the Scranton Young
Men's Christian association. About
three years ago Mr. Mahy bought a
beautifully situated and valuable prop
erty, consisting of a house and lot, for
a summer home. Soon after this first
purchase he bought at the rear of his
property four acres more. Some time
ago Mr. Mahy conceived the idea that
raising chickens might be made a lu
crative business. Last fall he had
erected the large chickery mentioned.
Although the business is only in its in
fancy Mr. Mahy is already showing
that not only can he do a great work
for his creator and his fellowmen, as
he has done In the secretaryship of the
Scranton Young Men's Christian asso
ciation, but he can also successfully
arrange and manage a poultry farm.
There is probably no better equipped
and up-to-date chickery in Northeast
ern Pennsylvania than is this one,
owned by Mr. Mahy. The building lies
facing the sun on the hillside, and is
2S5 feet long and IS feet wide. It is
divided into two wings, one being used
exclusively as a brooder house, and
the other Is for grown and laying hens.
The centre of the building is used for
feed and Incubator rooms. Mr. Mahy
has five Incubators In operation, three
of them having a capacity for thirty
dozen eggs each. When The Tribune
representative was inspecting this place
one of the Incubators was hatching,
und It was exceedingly Interesting to
watch the young chicks roll out of their
shells, The entire building Is heated
by steam, so that nn even temperature
Is kept all over. Great care Is taken
of the chickens in feeding them and
doctoring them when sick. This Is
quite necessary when one remembers
that for tho purchasing of one looster
$15 was expended. At the present time
Mr. Mahy only has about 300 fowls, con
sisting of white wyandottes, bard rock
and white leghorns. The chickery is in
charge of A. G. Gardner, a former resi
dent of Scranton, and Mr. Mahy makes
very frequent visits to It,
Special to the .Scranton Tilbune.
Hamilton, N. Y., April 10. The fiesh
mun banquet has been held und no un-der-elassmeu
event In Colgnte univer
sity bus 'ever been more successful or
conducted on a more mammoth scale.
The sophomores had long suspected the
coming event of the freshmen, nnd
watch and plan as they did, their ef
forts proved futile to hinder tho fresh
men lp their well conceived, though
bold plan. On Friday evening last,
shortly after supper, when most stu
dents are sit the postolllce, the fresh
men repaired to a siding by the rail
way station, where a special train was
In waiting for them. Quickly aboard,
they left Hamilton with screaming of
whistle and much clamor for Uticn,
whero the scene of festlvltyvus, Tho
toastmaster was J, M. Thiirber, who
called for the following toasts: "Col
gate," A. C, Lewis; "History of Our
Patron God," i, D, Eclgarton; "Tho
Faculty," A. L. Thompson; "The Re
sponsibilities of Cultured Men," A. M,
Stevens; ''Trials of a Fieslunan," F,
R. Deinlng; "Women," R. B. Fosdlck;
"Tho Sophomores," E, R. Yanelso;
"Unity," K. T, Campbell; "Some Im
pressions of an Undergraduate," W. 11,
Cuiumlngs; "The Qualities Tlmt Win,"
J. R. Mlgel.
"What Shall the Small College DoV"
Is tho title of an article by Professor
Bilghum, In API II number of the Edu
SMOK HADE USEFUL,
1'iuiu the Vuutli' L'oinpaiilon.
In lrii..'l, MjIIiics und oilier HcIIjii low in
a iioui mctlioi) uf not only gcttlnt; lid of tmokc,
but tinning it Into u-o lun lcccnlly been cm.
plojcd. tin.' mytc is' dihcn by a Ycntllatlw;
f jit into a niter IIIKd itU iwiuui uuivUj, out
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Thin Pour Lines, i Cents for Etch Extra Ltns.
roil Itr.NT Sit rooiiu unit ntllc. Impilre nt
uiiie, ibou Plikson acnue, tlrcen Illiisr.
l'OII lti;S"T Moic No. jr Lackawanna ncnuo!
iilo iircoml llofir, nbjw Scotch Woolen Mill!
Co. i:ccllrnt limlncM stand. llnnr lor cilllntf,
8 to 1() nnd B to 7. Apply MSI Sanderson nve.
l'OH ItliXT-tnall luuiUlircl liotisc lor rent, In
qtilrr nt IrJ.l Vino MutI.
STOIli: l'OH ItllXT IC2 WW Lailciiwanim uf
nue. Inqnlic 1'lilllp Sdmell, IHU WW Lacki
liAHV l'OH lil'.NT 12, April 11, three bot nd
three ulnglc ntnlN and v1i irf, leaf "
321 Madison menus. Inquire nt fi.H Madlon avc.
KOI! Iti:NT SlorehTiTbTlnK lor lent In i)ickon
City. 1M. Dultdlns 80 feet by 21 feet, cellar
under all, ami tccond nlory can be nrrnnffed tor
a family. All In Rood rep.lr ready for we. Two
roal breakers and mines close by employing over
a thousand people. An rntcrprWnc merchant
can Ret ,i lame trade. Apply to William II.
niiliinoncl, lllthitiond 1 1 i 11. 3t2 N. Main aumie,
KOIl HKNT One. furnished room, with improve
ments: nlso one on third lloor, cheap. 027
FURN1SIIKD ROOMS for rent, modern improve
ments; private family; gentlemen preferred,
at 537 Adams avenue.
t'OH RENT Kurntshcd front room, with beat,
bath and em; near court house; gentleman
preferred. Address Room, not 290.
FOll ItENT Furnished room; licit and bath.
6.B Linden street.
FURNISHED ItOOMS FOR RHNT, with heat, pai
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at 539 Adams
l'OH SALE A cniload of horses, drheis nnd woik-
ci.i, ut Uillcs llNcry, ,'ll,i Adams nicnur.
I'OIt HALE A pater load male, lubber tired
runabout, loid cut nnd luinc-i; will .ell
cheap. Apply at M5 V. Main au'uuc.
FOR HALE Hand silk doubles. Xew. Iliiniford
llroi., Patcison, X. J.
WE W'll.I, tend .ion a h,iudouic aluminum thim
ble for two '2c. stamp.. Boston Noclty Co.,
P. O. Box 293, Scranton.
FOR SALE A Mrond-h.ind oiiran; in flit-ila.s
condition; will be .-old at a bargain. 222
CARPETS 30,000 j.mU cipiet., nuttliiKi and
oil clothi at public miction, 210 Lackawanna
acnuc. "See Auctions."
FOR SALE A pJtiinr bor-,e, marked. Also
bugcy and harness. lnqulie at Thoma3
Johns' hotel, Xoilh JIali( nenue, Xorlh End.
HORSE FOR SALE lljy hoiso 7 jens old, J5-2
hands hieli, weighs 1,(100 pounds; bound,
kind nnd (me; etra well city broken; does not
idiv or pull. 1'eifect confoiniation, very stylish;
pi ice, $150. Your money back is not as rcprc
tented. I. II. IMternon, M. 1).. Honesdale, li.
JEST ARRIVED with forty lioises; good woik
cis and tllhcr.s; weight from 1,100 to 1,000;
secial closely matched teams. Can be seen at
831 Rajmond court. F. 31. Cobb.
CARPETS 30.000 j arils Brunei, Ingrains, Vol
lets, also Mattings, OH Cloth: 10,0011 pieces
linen sheets, table cloths, blankets, counter
panes , napkin?, etc.. hon beds, fprings,
nuttre-c, chairs, about sit carloads at
public auilinn. Sale begins Tuesday at 10 a. m.
and 2 and 7 p. m., at 2.10 Lackawanna aonue,
nct Scranton Street Itailioad waiting room,
opposite Poim avenue. Cummings & Gro., Auc
tioneers. Boarders Wanted.
PRIVATE FAMILY wishes to have two nice men
to board, German or English. Call any time
after Thursday. All conveniences, 807 Harrison
Wanted Booms and Board.
WANTED Two communicating rooms with board,
pi date family preferred. Two Jadles and a
gentleman. State full particulars. Address O.
II. D Tribune office.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED ROOMS For two adults, three or foul
rooms, furnished or unfurnished for verv
light housekeeping, first floor prefcired. Addrcij
M. B., Tribune office.
WANTED Fin nit lied house or four or five looms
for housekeeping. Address A. 0. E., Tribune
Wanted Furnished Booms.
WANTED Furnished rooms for Knights Templar
Conclave, -May 20, 27 and 28, 11)02. Addrexi
Gcoigo II. Jcimyn, Chairman Hotel Committee.
liL'MNESS t-oi m r lot for .lie, cheap; opposite
Eile ami Wjomlug depot? suitable for a ho
tel, diug or giouiy stoic. Apply at 3.17 Linden
I'OIt SALE At low- rate and on caV terun tine
comer propeity in upper tliecn Ridge, llouso
just put into vpiy coy and nttuitlvc shape.
Lot one of the finest in tho valley. Addiess Bot
FARM FOR SALE Sit -two ncics, one mile
fiom Lake Ailcl; tweho anes of timber, lest
improved: excellent spilng water on lot; faun
situated on road. For paillculais uddiess Will
iam Ticslar, Ailel, la.
FARM FOR SALE oi exchange foi city piopeity
situate in Susquehanna county; improved;
well wateied; suitable for dairying, stock or
sheep uUIng nnd gcueial fanning. Ilnnccn, At
torney, K'lK- Washington .nenue.
A RELIABLE and icnousihlo mnnufaitiirinz loin
pany want a man Willi $1,500 cash to lake
solo agency for Lackawanna county for a new
economical power cf girat merit, umhI for any
and all purpose, u hero any power can be iimmI;
simple, ellccttm and tellable, fiom one to thirty
Iioiso power; cost of running seien tents a day
for each hoiso power; no engineer lequiied to iiiu
it: no attendance necessary after stalling; no
boiler, no labor, no double, no danger; sales un
limited; busircss peiuiauciit nnd immensely profit,
able, Inquiie (Jeorge Crossman, Teriace Hotel,
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS without delay.
Write for our special market letter. Free on
application. S. M, Hibbard & Co., members N.
Y, Consolidated and block bxchange. It and 16
Broadway, New York. IMublislicd IS'11. Lops
HHancc' Phone 2388 Broad,
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN-Qulck,
straight loans or Building and Loan. At
fiom 4 to 0 per cent. Call on N. V, Walker,
3U-313 Council building.
LOST Slicl beaded puise containing small sum
of money, on i.acKuwaniu aieniic, near Wy
oming, Finder pleaso icturn puio to Tlibuuo
ollUo und keep contents,
I.OVr 423, between Peck Lumber Co., East Jlai.
ket tticet und Pch.tcilun thutih. Rewaid
If leluincd to uilicu uf Peck Lumber Co,
ItllEOM.VIISM All luttlcs that wUh ran be
speedily and pciinaucutiy cuicd ot all ta
rlellcs of Kheumuthui by a vegetable compound,
Cuici guaiuutecd. luquiro or uddicsn J, li. Tay
lor, Scuutop. ,
which u coulluuoui slleam of petroleum, pen.
line, alcohol oi somo liquldhcdiacaibuii tlo.vs.
The le.ult is that the smoke it intilely sup
preyed, while the filter yields a gas of pcut
calorific power, whUli can K- used for heating
purposes and for eliding gas engines. 1 lie lllttr
ins material itself also becomes a good combustible.
BRANCH WANT Ul'PICtiS.
Want Advertisoments Will Ila
Received nt Any of the Follow-
. inn; Drug Stores Until 10 P. 31.
' ALBERT SCIttlVrZ' comer Mulbsrrj
atrwt and WjEbiter avenue.
OUSTAV WCllEt, tXO Adams avenue.
GKORQi: W, JENKINS, 101 South Mala
FRED L. TERPPE, 720 Cedar avenue.
OEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market street.
CHARLES V. JONES, leV7 Dickson
F. J. JOHNS, 020 Green Ridge street.
C. LORENZ. corner Washington ave
nue and Marlon street.
W. U. KNL'PFEL, 1017 Irving avenua.
i. a. bone & SON.
Help Wanted Hale.
WANTED oung man, must lie good pruin.ui,
ncciu.ite In flgimw, an an assistant bookl.eper
'"'I collector. Aildrcs Permanent Position, e.iio
WANTED Intelligent and cneigctic gentleman to
manage Lackawanna county on .liberal loin-
. .. .... ,,-,, ...i,,.,, if.i,i,iK ,,-iv lies, film
most popularVotcctum for sickness, iiecideiil aid
death. Call at Hotel .Iciinvn between 8.:,(l ami
"i" " "' iiiujy. .vsiv lor .. II. .vitiloi.
0 Rood Painteis.
25 Hood Plumbcis.
SNYDER & OILI.ETT,
013 .McKoon avenue,
Niagara Falls, x y.
WANTED 100 Good Cirpcnlcis, V.70 per dav.
SNYDER ,t GiLLETT,
9VI McKoon avenue.
WANTED A Hist class nun to take care of local
nslt,; ." .,-. ,-i-iiiiik aiiivi,. i III: llglll llllill
can make fiom ?.)0 to J0 a week. Write at once
tu jiiiiatui, JI1IIUIIU UIIICC.
WANTED Expjericnccd sale-man for Cut tain and
Diapery derailment. Apply Goldsmith's lla
7aar. WANTED A thouroughly competent, all aiumnl
molder. Petmnnent position for the light
man. In making application state age, experi
ence and wages desired, II. W. Beach, Mont
MAN with hoiso and wagon wanted to deliver
and collect. No canvassing. fr21 per week
and expenses. .$150 cash deposit requited. Col
lector, Box 78, Philadelphia.
WANTED Two experienced stenographeta; ap
ply to International Salt Co., Council build
ing, Scranton, Pa.
Help Wanted Female.
LADIES WANTED Homo work, $20 per month
guaranteed, stamp for particulars. National
P. & S. Watch Co.. Baltimore. Md.
LADY CANVASSER wanted to solicit subscrip
tions for The Tilbune; good commission of
fered with a fair guarantee for first-class vvoikcr.
Apply personally at Business Manager's office,
INSURANCE and Uuileliiig and Loan Sollcitots, I
inn offer jou a ptoposltion that Is better und
will pay you more than your piesent line, Co
opetative, caic of Tiibune.
$10 TO if50 PER WEEK to several btiglit, ener
getic men and women of good ndilie--, who
will woik for us in Scranton ot viiinity; state
qualifications and past line of woik, Iivviu, caiu
ot Ti inline.
Situations Wanted, t
WANTED Position by a young man as book
keeper or usslstaul und tvpewiitei, whetc good
hard woik calls for iidv.iuermenl. Am experi
enced and can furnish icferenees fiom laic em
ployer. .Vol ufrald of woik and will begin with
lrasouablc salaiy. Addles. liookkccpri, i-uie of
WAINTED A position as bookkeeper oi nsi-isl-aut;
can fuiuisli ief ei eiicc .-, into eli.ii.uler und
ability. Addiess Uookkecpcr, lare of Tilhuiii'.
WANTED llv a middle aged ladv its bou-ektcper
or any kind of woik. Addicts 21U Walnut
SITUATION WA.VIED-Dy .voting man as book
keeper, or us-Utunr, cm give icfeienee. Ad
dress L. M, Elslugei, 711 Xoith Main aveme,
SEALED PROPOSALS will be opened ill the nffleo
of the City Hec older, by the Dlicetoi of the
Depaitnient of Public Works on .Monday, Apill
21, 11102, at il o'clock ji, in,, fur the uublug, ,iiul
for the paving, with vitiitled Hi ilk on te loiieicle
base, Washbitiu Micct, tiom Sumner aveimo tu
tho westerly side tf Van lliiien avenue', in the
Fifth waul, In aciniilanci' with plans and .-peel-Ilea
tiom cm flic in the Bureau of Eiu'lneciing.
Uleldels shall enclose with Hull pinpusaN, c ii-.Ii
or eertllted cheek for I lie sum nt One Hundred
Dollais us ,i guarantee to execute a coutiaet (or
the work wltldii twenty cljv if awaided the
tame. In case the bidder to whom the eontlaet
shall have been uwurded falls to execute u eon
tlaet for the woik In accoidance with the plans
and specllli atlonsl llieieloe, within t vv cut v davs
fiom tho elate of (lie award, the one hunched dub
bird, cash or eeititicd cheek aeeompauviiig his pin
posal shall bo foifelled to the iceTol Hie City uf
lllilileis shall state piiee ut which they will
eontlaet to kcip the pavement in lepalr for .1
pet loci uf the veils, the pi lie of lep.ills not to
be iucliicied ill piico chaigcd for laving pneiii'itt,
ptoposals shall cover tho eutliu noil, mid shall
state separately the pike (or setting in ic-sci-tluir
cuiltotones, the irice for paving per septate
vanl, whlili shall Include the iosl of jading in
shown on tho ptollle,
llltldeis will be furnished with piopo-.i! blanks
a( thu UiuiMit of Ettglnecilng, and itu otheis will
AH pioposals shall hu filed with the City Con
liollcr ut his nfltec in tlio City Hall, .Suaiilou,
l'j., not later than 2 o'clock p. in. on Monday,
Apill 21, 1M2.
'Hie cit lescrves Hie il'ht to leject any or ull
bid). JOHN E. ROCHE.
Diieetor llejuitmeiit of I'libllc Wuiks.
Scianton, 1'J., Apill u, llioi,
W Will Pay For ,0 names a reasonable pro-
V R 1 (n (( Port'on f t'iem 'nvest $ a week
YOU ip 15U.UU jn the best investment tor small sav
ings ever offered, Particulars cheerfully furnished.
MANHATTAN CO-OPERATIVE REAL ESTATE CO.,
3 Insertions 25 Cents
More Tin Pour Lines, a Centi lor Eecti Bttra Llni,
THE OWNIiltS or repulecl owners of property
uoiiiHiing or ainming on uoin siac.1 oi wjtuii
ng nvcntie, fun Phelps land lino to Atli utrceli
both sides of Ash sticet, from the D. & II. R.
R, to Washington menuo! belli sides ot Oakford
coutt, fiom Acli sticet to Poplar street; both
Idei of 1'orc-t court, front Ash street to Poplar
street! and both xldes of llrcck court, fiom
Ehelps land line to Pop!.!.' Hreet, in the Sev
enth mid Thliteenth wards. Take Hotter that;
under the direction of councils, I will make the
assessment fur the ontriictlon of a lyetcnt of
latei.il sewets for thu drainage of tho territory
mentioned above, on Wednesday, Hip 10th cu'v
of Apt II 11, 1WH, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
the Depaitnient of Public Work, Bureau of En
glnecilng, City Hull, Scranton, Pu at vvhlcli
time and pinto vou may appear and b: hoird
if Jou o deslte.
JOHN E. ROCHE, Director,
Dcpiiltnei.t of Public Work
Scranlon, Pa., April 8, 1002.
CANDIDATES for the office of Inspector of
Mines are hereby notified that the Hoard of
examiners appointed by the Couit of Common
Pleas of Idickawannu county, will meet at tlio
Hoard of Control rooms. City Hull, Scranton,
on Monday, April 21, Ili02, nt 10 a. m., (ot the
examination uf mh candidates as may appear
befolp llinil. Candidates will notice tlut the law
lequires them to produce sallt-laclory evidence of
having had at least live veins piactlcat expedi
ence in the anthracite coal mines,
REESE A. PHILLIPS,
TIMOTHY 1). HAYES,
A MEETING of the inrtnbeis of the Lackavviinni
Store Association Limited, will be held at Ilia
office of the uwicl.ttlon in Scranton, I'm,, on
Monday, the lllh d.iy of April. A. D. 1002, at
half past two o'clock In the afteinnon, for tho
puipo'o of Inking action upon the question oj
dissolving The Luckawauni Stoic Association
Limited, by volurtaiy aethn of tho members,
and, in cac il is derided to dissolve the said
ii'soeiatioti, then for the further purpose of pled
log three liquidating fiustcc to wind up tin
alTalre of the association nteoidiug to taw.
it. S. FAIRCIIILI), Secretary.
Scranton. P.i Mateli 22, 11102.
Dissolution of Partnership.
DISfOl.l'TIOV OF PARTNERSHIP The partner
ship heielofoie e.xNtlng between J. M. Finely
and A. M. Finn, under tho firm name of Puroy
A: Finn, is this 2th dav- of Much, 1H02, ell
solved by mutual consent, A. M. Finn letirlng.
The business lieieultei will be continued by J. M.
Puulj imdei the Him name of J. M. Pnuly & Co.,
to whom all outstanding accounts will bo paid
and wp- assume all liabilities.
J. M. PUHDY,
A. M. Finn.
Dalton, Maieh 2'i, 1W2.
Dry, clean and modern up-to-date
storage; scpu.ifc loom;
individual kevs: elevator. Ait
ideal storage for household effects, etc. Thiny
separate storage rooms. Scranton Stoiage com
pany, IE! Fianklln avenue.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING, 23 TRADERS BANK
Building, and St. Paul Building, New York.
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNELIi
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH. B REAIi
Estate Exchange Bldg.. 123 Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDING, 815, CONNELL BUILDING.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 720 CONNELL BLDG.
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER, PAULI BUILDING,
Spruco street, Scranton.
DR. O. O. LAUBACII, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
WTLLAHD, WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
und Counscllois-ut-Luvv. bOJ to 012 Council
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Rooms 12, 14, 16 and 18 Burr Building.
D. B. HEPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS NEGO
tinted on real estate security. Mears Building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce street.
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN-(cllors-at-law.
Coinmonvvcalth Building, lloomi
10, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY. ROOM3
00J-WM, oth floor, Mears building.
L. A WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
of Trade Building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON 4; WILCOX, TRADER'S NATIONAL
C. COMEQYS. 0-1.1 RFPUBLICAN BUILDING.
A. W. BERTHOLF, OFFICE MOVED TO NOT
ill Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. 513 NORTlTwASIIlXOTON
DR. S. W. L'AMORE IJ.Y, OFFICE 331 WASH
ington avenuu. Residence, 1.118 Mulberry.
Chronic ab.c4.-c3, lungs, beait, kidnejs and
genito-uiinary oigaiu u specialty. Hours, I
to 4 p. m.
Dlt, 1). (i. EVANS, OSTEOPATH, 12-8 WASH
ington avenue, Chiouio and netvous disease!
a specialty, L'oiwiltation tue.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE-ELl7cFE. 123 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE
nue. Rates leasoiuble.
V. ZIEGLER, Proprietor
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & W. PA3-
senger depot. Conducted on tlio European
pll"' ' v'cron KOCH, Propiletor.
" ' '4 '
A. B. BItlGGs"cLEANS PRIVY VAULTS "XNr"
cess pools; ir jilor; -only Itnpioved putnpi uWd.
A. U, Briggs, proprietor. Leave otdera 1100
North Main avenue, or Elcke's drug store, .cor
ner Adarrs und Mulbeiry. Botli telephone,
O. R, CLARKE et CO., SEEDSMEN AND NURS.
erjmcn, store "01 Washington avenue; grn
bouses, 1030 North Main avenue; alms tele
phone, 782. '
JOSEPH KUETTKL. HEAR 511 LACKA. AVf.,
Scranlon. Pa., iiuiinfaeturer of Wire Screens.
DRESSMAUINQ FOR CHILDREN TO 0RDB8;
also ladies vvaUU Louisa Shoemaker, JJ
Adams avenue. ,
MEGARGEE HH0S., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, JJ.
veloiies, papr bags, twine. Warehouse, )P
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa,
THE WILKESUARRE HECOHI) CAN BE HAD
in Scianton ut tho newt sturid of RcUrpati
Bios., 400 fpruce and WU Linden; M. NoiUn.
C22 Lackawauna avenue; I. 8. Schutwr, JH
6oiuce itreet. --
Avenue, Scranton, Pa,
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