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TH1J SCUA1STON TRIBUNE-iUOiNDAV, APKIL 21, 1902
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OP RED ROCK
HIS SCHEME FOR. RECOVERING
BODIES OF THE DROWNED.
"A Lctif o Bread Flung Upon the
Waters," Said He, "Will Float to
Where a Body Is Lylnu" Big
Footed Heptlles The Man Who
Wanted PlcnBtmt Bending Matter.
Hl3 Biibo Voice Returned.
e"pcclal to Hit Scranton Tribune.
rVusruichnnnti, April 20. "Ileiirrt oC
tho StiH.jtioimnim river, 1 reckon?" ho
queried, iib ho combed his lonir yellow
wlitskei-H with his llnserH and nulled
down his vest,
"Probably never heard of HIJc rrnn
dull? lilju liven near lied Hoek, ami
lie's plaen boiled down. When the hist
Hood conn.' ho cnnio to (lieat Head and
paid n boat had ttpsot above his Iiouhc
nnd drowned two men. He wanted us
to ro up nnd help draw rur the bodlcp.
"Wo was wlllln'. or course, and Hlje pro
posed we try it plan he said worked In
dozen of ciihrh. I I'm an ole belief, with
home rolks, you know, that It' a loaf of
bread, "Ih. IJijns on the water 'I'll lloat
to'whhr a dead body "is lylnp; and then
stop, Wo reckoned to try It, and every
niiin chipped' In and wo took up twenty
"Illje bossed the job," continued the
man with the yellow whiskers, "and wo
Kot out two bouts, put bread In 'cm and
In u little while kcei-full dropped the
lQ,ive.s ovcibonnl. Sonic of 'cm went
h'u'nipliiR iilonir at the rale of six nillen
;in hour, while others s-ort o' circled
iifound and went otf slowly. Wc used
U) all th" bread, and liije was takin'
lip n Collection to ro to HuHquoluinnn
to buy more, when a feller come up In
ii canoe and called out:
" 'What ur' you lunatics dolntr over
' 'A rlsln' the dead,' I answered.
" 'Oh, yo are!' he continued. 'Well,
when I I'omo around the bend old Bljc's
wife was out In a boat a-plckln' up the
loaves, nnd I reckon she's koI twenty
five. You fellers had better send down
some pork and titters to keep company.'
"Well, sir, that 'ar was a put up Job
on us by the galoot of n Ulje to Bit a
heap o bread without workinp fur It,
nnd when wo took hint ashore to ad
minister a Rrent moral lesson, what did
he do but turn to and outrun the best
of us and got clear off!"
IX SrSQUKHANNA COUNTY.
The work of locating a chamois skin
manufactory at Brandt has commenced.
Tho seventeenth annual convention of
the Susquehanna County Sunday School
association will be held at Dnlondalc,
Prospecting for natural riis will soon
begin at Salt Springs, near Franklin
, The second annual summer normal of
tho Susquehanna County Sunday School
association will be held at Heart lake,
June '13-'dS. Able instructors will bo
furnished by the state association.
Tho members of tho Orent Bend
Mothodis't lOplscopal church have been
hustling to secure pledges for the ad
ditional $1G0 to the p'astor's salary. In
order to have the Rev, S. Guy Snow
den returned to the church the coming
WHAT HE FEAIiED,
"You aio charged with bigamy," re
marked tho Susquehanna, county judge
impressively, while the prisoner glanced
over his shoulder at three stern-visaged
women. "Now'," continued tho court,
"I intend .to give you the severest pen
alty the law allows." Here tho piln
oner covered his face with his hands
and wept. "I shall sentence you to Im
prisonment for twenty years. What are
you 'grinning nt?" 'T thought," smiled
the prisoner, through his tears, "that
yoiuworo going to turn mo loose!"
lilC -FOOTED RKPTILES.
A big discovery of fossil footprints
was recently made near Stevens' Point,
in a bluestono quarry. In a clear sur
face of shale are seen about forty
tiacks. Nearly all of them are in rows,
tho largest one containing sixteen
tracks.- The tracks aro from six to eight
Inches In length, and were probably
liiudo by a icptllo that, If It had front
feet, seldom used them. This Is, with
out doubt, the largest uncovering of
tracks within ten years.
HE WANTED PLEASANT READING
v.A .Susquehanna county representative
nt Hanisburg last spring leeelved ti
letter from a constituent as) follows:
"Please send mo some of the volume
containing memorial addresses for dead
iwinbftrs of the legislature, Thero Is
nothing I read wit It so much pleasure
as obituaries of members of the legis
lature." NEWS MATTERS.
About 1,100 men are now employed In
and about the Eric shops.
At county court, on Friday, James
Sheridan, of Susquehanna, charged with
a serious crime, wns acquitted.
The' Untondnla Trotting association
Is piepaiing to build a track.
At county court, on Wednesday,
Frank and Tony Dunn, father and son,
charged with stubbing and shooting
James Laughlln In Susquehanna, were
convicted. They will be sentpuced later
Tho late Erie engineer, Michael King,
curried life Insurance to the amount of
In tho' matter of the governorship,
trading Susquehanna county Republi
cans, like Ilre'r'Fox, "he lay low,"
Tho Erie Is carrying ;i great number
of Immigrants westward.
Rev. II. U. Benedict, puhlor of the
M,ontrose church, Is likely to be presid
ing elder of tho ningliuniton dlstilct of
the Wyoming conference,
LESS RICK THROWING.
It Is reported that the Erie will soon
declaro war on the festive young people
who 'persist In throwing rice on the'
depaitlng bride nnd bridegroom. At
Hnncouk a traveling man slipped on the
rice thrown on tho platform, fell and
broke a leg, and the company may be
You Could Look
into the future and see the rnntlfttnn
to which our cough, If neglected,
will bring you, you would beek relief nt
oucc aucl that naturally would be through.
4 14mr. Guaranteed to cure Con.
vlll C fcumpttoii, Bronchitis,
' Autumn, aud all J,uhb
Troubles, Cure) Coughs aud Colds in a day,
5 cents. Write to ti. C. Wells & Co..
I,e Roy, N. Y., for free trial bottle.
Karl's Clover Root Tea purillei tie Blood
Called on to settle, hence thero Ib npt
to no nn order that it is no longer per
missible to throw rice on their plat
forms or In their cars.
HIS BASE VOICE RETURNED.
l.ulpli Credit, of MrClune, aged sixty,
once tin excellent bass singer, who lost
his voice eighteen years ngo, recovered
It very unexpectedly last Sunday. He
had been having trouble with his throat
and dining' a violent ill of coughing
an old tooth came up, Instantly restor
ing his voice.
Christ Episcopal church will make a
strenuous effort to wipe out the church
debt, of about $11,000. Half of this
amount Is said to bo prnctlcaly In sight.
Tho Delaware Hudson truckmen
have hnd their wages inlsed live cents
The draughting department of tho
Erie shops has cxodttstcd to Mendvlllo.
Rev. C. C. Mackay, pastor of tho Oak
Jttiul Congregatlonnl church will prob
ably deliver the memorial day address
Two aged Slarriiccn fishermen are
earning $2 per day and "expenses"
catching tiout for Cnrbondnlo "fisher
men," The divorce mill Is grinding slowly In
Susquehanna, county's court. The
world Is glowing better.
Susquehanna, Montrose, Forest City,
MOTHER GOOSE PUZZLE.
Old woman, old woman, shall wo go
Speak a little louder, sir, I'm very thick
Old woman, old woman, shall 1 kiss
Thank you, kind sir, I hear very clearly
Find the old woman's son and a cow.
Solutions for Last Week's Puzzles:
Muinl.iy, Apiil 11. One is licnc.illi tlic Indian's
upr.il-cd aim; Hie other implied in branches of
Tuesday, April ". Imcrl pic-tutu mill find dog
above lie.ul of ni.ni with bundle; l is faces the
Dame; rabbit .il front of her skill,
Wednesday, April 1(1. One og.iin-i the lop of
wall; oilier imeiti'd In.fiont of lad.v's fjie.
llallstead and Great Bend will soon be
connected by telephone.
From May !i to May 10 will bo what
we astrologers call the windy period.
During this time cyclones, hurricanes,
gales, debating schools and commence
ment exercises, and other atmospheric
disturbances may bo expected at any
hour. During this period it will be
Judicious for people living in Fnrvlew,
Forest City, Montrose, nnd other sec
tions of the wind belt, to chain down
their hens and their cows. It would
also bo well for persons, upon retiring
ut night to nail down the bed, which
will greatly lessen the chances of Its
being blown through the window or tho
During this time It would also be
wise for people everywhere to highly
refrain as much ns possible, from be
lieving everything they see In the news
papers. Stories of cisterns being pulled
out of tho ground at Burnwood, without
disturbing the water; of people at Her
lick having their front names blown
off; of home made buckwheat cakes
being picked up and carried several
feet; of money Intended for the poor be
ing blown fiom the hands of Plerpont
Morgan and Russell Sage; of dyspeptics
being blown Into the next county with
out losing their temper or any of their
personal effects, aro apt to be more or
Women nre often not as bad as they
are painted; and cyclones are often not
as windy as they are blown up to
Special to the Sciantou Trlhune.
Tunkhnnnock, April 19. The Monday
club will meet nt the homo of Miss
Helen Northiope, on Susquehanna ave
nue, this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Rev. Woods, of Muncy, Pa former
pastor of tho Baptist church at this
place, visited friends In town on Fri
day. Attorney O, Smith Khmer was doing
business at Nicholson and Scranton on
Friday and Saturday.
Tho J. W. Reynolds Relief corps will
give a 15c supper at tho Grand Army
hall on Tuesday evening, "April 22, to
which all nro Invited.
Dr, and Mrs. A. II. Woodward, of
Second street, nro entertaining tho lat
ter's sisters, Mrs, Laura Richmond, of
Bridgeport, Conn., and Mrs. Frank
Packer, of Hasdcton, this week.
The seventh annual convention of tho
Wyoming County Sunday School usso
clatlon will bu held at the court house
on Thursday and Friday, May 1 and 2.
Emit school la Invited to send two
Rev, H. Weiss, who hns been visiting
friends nt Lnko Wlnola for soverul
days, returned home the latter part of
X'pon petition, Mary Kolenskl, of
Tunkhannock borough, was appointed
gunrdlnn of the minor children of An
thony Supuga, deceased.
Estate of Emma J. Htnrk, deceased!
return of sale of real estate died mid
Xn sale of real estate of Edward
H. Cogswell, a lunatic; return of sale
filed nnd conllrmed nisi.
Estate of Chester Drown, deceased;
rule for partition of real estate of de
Estuto of Barnard McClee, Jutg of
ileshoppen; return of sale of real es
l, Nj filed and confirmed nisi..
( lnte of Mary E. Kceler, late of
Northmorelnnd, deceased! relurn of
Bale of real estate filed and confirmed
Widow's claim In estate of James
nullford. lato of Eaton township, ap
proved by court.
Estate of Jesse White, deceased! pe
tition for sate of real estate of de
cedent for payment of Indebtedness,
Estate of Benjamin Pedtick, de
ceased; petition for pale of real estate
of decedent granted.
Tho following papers were confirmed
Final account of J. F. Hitchcock,
executor of Botsy Strong, deceased.
First pnrtlnl ncrntint of Lewis A.
Arnts, guardian of minor child of
George W. Evnns, deceased.
v Account nf David W. Klntncr and
Jacob II. Klntncr, executors of Thomas
Final account of Francis F. Rogers,
administrator of Laura Rogers, de
ceased. Third partial account of James Fitch
and Myron Kusson, executors nnd
trustees of O. II. Loomls, deceased.
Auditor's report In estate .of La
vernc Cogswell, deceased, tiled and
Estate of Jnmes Ellis, late of Lemon
township, deceased; auditors report
filed and conflrmned nisi.
Final account Chnrlcs Armstrong,
Tlnn-d.iy, Apiil 17. One at led of wooden leg,
and other uudir lleccknun'o ,11111.
1'iid.iy, Apiil IS,- futliei's fuichc.nl ng.lin.t
stone wall; ninthi'l's face in glilV, Imlr.
Satuidi.v, April IP.H11 Kiev's face fotnu the
ledge on which the otlicer ,-its. Culpepcr is luck
of the Mjldicr at attention.
administrator of Fred J. Allen, de
ceased, as stated by executors of
Charles Armstrong, 'deceased.
Estate of George Van Duzer, de
ceased; auditor's report llled and con
Auditor's report in estate of Fred M.
Cogswell, deceased, llled and conllrmed
Spfii.il to the Siianlon Tilhune.
llallstead, April 19. John Maynnrd
has been granted a pension, after 43
years' service with the D., L. A& XV.
Henry T. Biiehard, editor of the Sus
quehanna Transcript, and a candidate
for representative, was in town Thurs
day. George Felker, of Montrose, was In
town on business on Wednesday.
D. A. Tltsworth, Insurance agent of
Montrose, visited here on Wednesday.
C E. SwartH, engineer, has been
transferred from Scranton to Hall
stead. Miss Nelllo O'Malley, or Blnghamton,
visited her parents here the first of the
Mrs. Peter Allen nnd sister visited In
Mrs, James Flsk is on the sick list.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. If. Van Loan have
returned from a visit with friends In
Mrs. R. A. Hill, of BIiiKhamton, Is
visiting In town.
Frank Cronk Is seriously 111 at tho
home of Dr, Merrill.
Sheriff XV. J. Mnxey, of Montrose, was
In town Thursday.
Rev. J. D. Mallory, of Now Mllford,
will address tho family moetlnc nt the
R. R, Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon.
George Lamb Is confined to his homo
A fine new monument has recently
been placed In tho cemetery on tho lot
owned by Rev. L. XV. Church.
Georgo Corwlu left Friday for Now
York, where ho will meet his brother
Frank, who Is coming on a visit from
Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Ross were recent
visitors In Blnghamton.
George Hodge, of Michigan, has
charge of W. J. Day's meat market In
his place, Fred Day being obliged to
attend to tho markot on tho Great Bend
side, while his father is recovering from
Ills recent accident.
Mrs. Benjamin La wi euro visited
friends In Blnghamton Wednesday.
George Lerchensteln, the popular
Jeweler from Syracuse, Is in town.
The Y. r. S. C, VS. will hold a soelul
In Y, M C. A. hall Tuesday ovenliu,-,
April 22. Jco creuni and vuko will be
The marriage of Miss Helen L. Trow
bridge, daughter of p. o, Trowbridge,
of Great Bend, and Mr. Francis O.
Stone, of Curvensvllle, Pa., was sol!
emnlzed at Grace Episcopal church at
noon Wednesday, April 10. Mr, nnd
Mrs. Stone took train No. 2 on tho Erie
railroad to New York, where they will
spend their honeymoon,
Miss Nellie Reckhow has accepted a
position ns stenographer In Bingham
ton, N, Y,
The Kiilahts of Columbus will glyo
ti danco n Klstlers' hall Monday even
ing. April 21.
T. Mornn, of New Haven, formerly of
this place, la visiting friends In town,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bearmen, and
son, Paul, of Montrose, are visiting ut
the homo of Edward O'Mulley.
Mr. and Mrs B. J. Lawrence and Mrs.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than four Lines, ,1 Cents for Each Extra Lin;.
I'i'ltNISIICD lione for rent for summer; stable;
liutKiln. Inquire S.'.'U Drinker atriet, Dim-
1011 lir:S'T In D.illon, ft furnUheil cnltmn' "J
nine romni, near slatlnnt line location; uonil
water; houiu ne.nlv row mul oil In good ili.iic.
AiMics Lock llo 07, D.iltou, J'.
I'OIl lli:NT-l'.ln!it nml Iwche-room Iioikm. (Irccti
lllilffe, steam l-rit; ciy reasonable. Ilolyi'i.
l'OIt HKNT-Nmnll furnUheil liouae for rent. In
quire ut tea Vine Mreet.
fcTODI! roll 11i:.T 022 Wrt 1-uUwaiiim ave
nue. Inquire Philip Sclinclt, 020 West I.acW
ItAflN' POIt IIKXT (12, April lt, three tot and
three flnglc kIiiIIh ami uli lark, rear ol
121 Madison ayeniu. Inquire at 0.11 M.ulln c.
POIt nKNT-ilnTe'Tulldlnp; (or lent In Hlcfc"n
City. I'i. lIulMliur M feet liv 21 feet, eel W
under all, and second utorv can bo arranged lor
family. All In Rood repair leady tor u-e. rvo
coal 1iic.il.eni and mines clov hy ciniiloyinR met
a thousand people. An enterpriilua inereli in.
ran get a laree trade. Apply to William ll.
Itlchmond, ltlchmond Illlt, 0125 N. Main avenue,
Toil ltKXT One furnished room, with Improve.;
ments; also one on thlid Door, cheap, C2,
FUnS'lSIlUD KOOM9 for rent, modern fmprje
ments; private family; Kcnllcuicn piefcind,
t 6.17 Adanu avenue.
POIt IfEXT Furnished Ironl room, with beat,
bath and itas; near lourt homo; gentleman
preierreu. Address noom, uo-c -jot.
I"On ItllNT FurnMieil loom; heat and bath.
V-V (JIHUI-JI fclliL',.
rLilNISfini) IIOOMS Ton ItnNT. with beat, raj
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at MS Adanu
Iti:i) AMIi:s for walks and dihowajs (delltcicd),
US Cliff street.
t'.Si; CANADA wood ahes lor join ltwn, al-o
for to-ie bu-hes, uud other ohrubbciy. :1S
(iOOI) old manure (ilelixcu-d). IS CllfT (.treet.
l!U(iS for felling fiom fancy stoik white and
blown lelieiu; ,i! loc fomb IckIiokis,
wliilu mid hailed l'l.viiiuulli loK, blad. nil
uoiias mid bull ruchliv. lis C'lllt tiect.
LAW.V llls.u (tho best; odoiiew. 113 Clitt
WIIITi: Holland Tiukcy pjk-. aUo peail suinea
eitKs. Unlet s booked fur later deliu'iy. HS
.11 VI' AliniVKl). two car load of liorse, rood
woikeiK and ililteis, weight from 1,IXXI to l.MM:
M'leial i lonely niatdied teams! can lie teen at 2JI
Ita.Mnond court. K. 1, Cobb.
1'OH fiAl.i: Cheap, one new 12 II. P. fiis or
(iu-olnue engine. II. II. l'illii, Uuiondale, l'a.
CA11IT.TS .10,(1(10 auls Hiu-rl. Ingrain;. Vel
vets, al-o Mattines. Oil Cloth: 10,000 pieces
linen i-hccK table elotli, blankets, eounler
panes, napkins. etc.. Iron bed-.. (piiiiRS
luittie.s'-es, (bail-. jliout fclv carloads at
public auction. Sile begins Tuesday at 10 a. in.
and 2 ami 7 p. in,, at 2.i0 l.ackavvanna aemie,
net Siiantnii Mieit Itallroad nailing lnpiu,
opprnile IViin avtuiue. Cuimninga & Uio., Auc
tioneeM. 1'OH S.U.i: A beaullful diamond ling, one c.uat.
Will .sell for 543. Addict 1'. O. llos W, City.
IIOBii: 1'OU HAI.i: Hav Jioi-e 7 jcais old, 15-2
bands liUth, weighs 1,000 pounds; ounil,
kind and tiue: eti.i well city broken; doe not
fcliv or pull. Teifect cniifniination, Miy stvlo-b;
piicc 130. Your money hoik if not as icpie-i-enled.
I n. i'attciion, M. f.. Houesdale, l'a.
KCifiS for hitching, HiilT Leghorns c.clusivelv.
IJnescelled in (.Ire and color, 7"'. per I'f. G.
A. (iaidner, H2.1 l'enn avenue, Sviauton, P.i.
I'OK SAM: Hand i-IIU oublerj. New. Bamfonl
llios., I'ateieon, X. .1.
J. II. Van Loan were In Blnglmniton
Frlilny on business.
Hulus Siuilli, oC Blngliatnton, was In
Mrs. V. C.corso llrlnk anil JUss Dora
Stephens, ot Marallinn, called at the
residence of Mrs. 13. C. Head, Friday.
U. S. Gnloway and William Williams,
of Great Bend, are In Waverly.
C. W. Banks has returned from a bus
iness trip of ten days at Philadelphia.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
AViinmers, April 20, A very pleasing
phonographic entertainment was given
at the Drinker school house on the eve
of April 14, hy William J. Emery. The
sum realized was $4.40, and wns used
to procure n school library. After the
entertainment the. party repaired to the
house of Mrs. William Masters and had
it box party. They were entertained
with vocal and Instrumental music.
Among1 the pianists tho postmistress at
Drinker, Miss Jessie Illney, wns consid
ered by all as the most distinguished.
The sum realized was $13."i, which wns
used for tho benefit of the Women's
Christian Temperance union.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benjamin are
housekeeping on Sirs. James Gavin's
farm In Drinker.
Thursday, April 17, being the last day
of school at Drinker, the members of
tho Grand Army from two different
posts visited tho school house and gave
tho scholars some good ndvlce nnd
made a number of patriotic speeches.
The speech made by Colonel Vaughn,
of Moscow, wns very much admired.
Miss Burns wns well liked us n tencher,
and wotked with grent zeal to Instruct
tho young children.
Loroy Foley has returned to the Stnte
Normal school at Blnonisburs, after
it short visit with his parents nnd
Two dirt trains are running from
Snco' to Hock Junction, They stop off
Mrs. Boyer nnd daughter, ailss alary,
have returned to Wlmmers, after spend
ing tho winter at Duninore,
Dr. Fiko reports that Mr. and airs.
Robert Kelm, of Gary's corners, huvo
been stricken with smallpox.
Special to the .Scranton 'irihtinc,
New Mllford, April 10, F, a. Inder
Jlecl and daughter Florence, and ailss
Wlnnlo Inderlled, of Blnghamton, air.
and Mrs. h. B. Oage, George Kggert
and Miss Nlnn Tnft attended a aiusonlo
baiuiuet at Great Bend, Friday even
ing. The XV, C. T. IT, ladles will conduct a
reception at the -Methodist church next
Thuisduy evening for the benefit of
aiis, D. Van Btiskliic entertained air.
and aiis, A. II. Crosier, of Thompson,
Miss ainy Bradloy will entertain the
XV. uud O. club Monday evening.
A number .of people from out of town
wcio here Wednesday evening to at
tend u spelcal masonic meeting.
TJio drama entitled "Border Laud,"
which was presented by the New ail
fonl Dramatic club to a large audience
at tho Opera house, Filduy evening was
BKAN0II WANT 0FFI0KS.
Want AdvortlBoments Will Bo
Received nt Any oJ tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALDKRT SCIItlt.TX. corner Mulberry
tret nd Webiter ivenue.
atlSTAV PICllUb, CIO Adams avenue.
OnOIlfin U JT.SKIXS, lol South Mla
FItl.'D 1,. TUItPPi:, 729 Cedar itcnue.
1 North Scranton
OHO. W. DAVIS, corner Noitu Main
(venue and Market street.
CAUt.i:3 V. JONKS, 1M7 Dickson
F. J. JOHNS, 020 Green nidge stieet.
C. LORHNZ. comer Washington ate
nuo and Marion etreet.
W. II. KNEPFETj. 1017 Irvlnj avtnue.
3. a. CONG h SOS.
1011 hAf.i: A iloslulilc and well impimed faun,
situated two mile fiom llnnesdale eontalniiu
S(l or more ucie. Oood liullihnss well watered,
a never falling piirlie,', ouh.iid aud wood lot,
siipar liu-Ii and nut riovc, Mk. Jercmiali (!ar
rctt, llone.sd.ile, l'u.
l'OIt SM.i: L'ottiiRc situated mi point at Like
Winola; also be hotije and bun; irooil sled
lot. Apply lo 11. S. ltobinson, 122 Oak itu-el,
l'OIt RAf.i: 1'ami 1'J(J jcic; nlocK, uood orclnid;
bulldlna; in Rood unler; nine mllei from Kcran
Ion, two inllej frcin Moscow-, rami alone, or
faun and slock. M.uy Jcukiiv, Maple f.ake, Lack
avvann.i tountr, Pa.
1'OU SAM-: I'.legunt -llei for homes in upper
(been JUdgc; thoiie neighborhood; mrjt de
sirable locality for bom? Ill Lackawanna county.
.1. A. Manlne, lT.fil Sindeison avenue.
I'AItM l'OIt SAM: Ji unes, 7 miles- fmm Seian
tnu; al--o 80 atict pistuie land for ale or
lent; all located near i:imhurt. F. II. flardncr,
FARM l'OIt SAM: Sixty-two oue, one mile
from f.ako Ariel; twelve acres of timber, leit
impuived; excellent sprins water on lot; faun
rltuatcd ou load. Vor iartlcul.ii address Will
iam Trcidar, Aiiel, Pa.
AX i:.Vti:PTIOXAT. liiislnes-i cppoitunily i open
to a leliable man of ohaiacler to invest $t,W0
to S.1,600 in u stiictlv lefritiniale aud cvceedinsrly
pioiltable businet.4. Personal interview onl.v. Ad
dicss "Character," Tiihmic oftlcc.
CAUPinS ."10,000 jaiil-i lltussels, lnitiaia-., Vel
vets, al-o MattiiiK. Oil Cloth: 10,000 pieces
linen hlieel, libic cloths, blanket-', ccuutci
panci, napkins, etc., lion beds, sprlnss
nutliepes, lulls. nbout sW culoads at
public auction. Mlc begins luesday nt 10 .i. in.
aud U and 7-p. in., at 2J0 Lackawanna, .ivenue,
net Sciantru Stieet ll.illio.nl w-jltinir loom,
oiiposite Penn avenue. Cuniminss & Uio., Auc
tioneers. STOCK AND WIIUAT TRADI'.RS without delay.
Write for our special market letter. Tree on
application. S. M. lllbbard & Co., members X.
Y. Consolidated and Stock SschaiiRe, 41 and 10
Broadway, New York, lilablislicd 1S04. Long
Distance' Phone 2.1SS Broad.
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT Ol' MOSHY TO LOAN Quick,
straight loans or Duildin; and Loan. At
fiom 4 to 0 per cent. Cull on N. V. Walker,
314-315 Connell building.
Wanted To Rent.
WA.NTKl) ROOMS I'or two adults, three or four
lui.nis, furnished or unfurnished for very
light housekeeping, (list floor pretoircd. Addre.H
M. B., Tribune office.
WANTED furnished house or four or five room
for housekeeping. Address A. C. L'., Tribune
repeated Saturday evening at the popu
lar price of 15 cents.
There were no services In the aietho
dist church, Sunday on account of the
absence of the pastor, Rev. Charles
Smith, who is attending conference.
The graduating class of the Xew Mll
ford high school have decided that
dark blue and whlto shall be their class
Rev. I. D, aiallery gave nn address at
the Y. ar, C. A. at llallstead. Sunday
nfternoon and J. V. Axtell conducted
the services nt tho South Xew aillford
church during his absence.
GETTING BOARD IN BOSTON.
Tho Applicant Must Pass a Most
1'ioin the Boston lleiald.
Until one has tried It, the dllllcultles
nf obtaining a boat ding place in some
of the very beautiful, but conservative,
suburbs of Boston nre not realized. You
can pass a civil service examination or
obtnln a life Insurance policy more eas
ily, A young Roston newspaper man
who had decided to exchange tho ex
citements of the city for tho quiet sim
plicity of the country, sullied forth
bravely ono day recently, but returned
to town wondering If ho looked like a
second-story burglar or a sneak thiol",
owing to the rigid cross-questioning ho
had leeelved from sundry timid house
hnldcis, When ho started out ho was well
armed with lel'erenees of tho most ex
cellent character, but when ho returned
ho found that he had been compelled
to tell tho entlio story of his life, and
oven the matter had not been settled,
Ono gray-bearded gentleman, living hi
n beautiful old-fashioned house not far
from Roxbury, proved to he die prize
Inquisitor of tho lot. llo placed tho ap
plicant on the rack for an hour nnd a
half, llrlng questions at him with aiax-liu-gun
tapldlty. When tho late l.l
Hung Chang wns u thla country he
was noted fop tho strangely personal
questions ho asked all the peop'lo he
met, The aged Roxbury gentleman
was ablo to beat Enrl Il at Ida own
game, He started out with queries ns
to the applicant's buslnebs, his age, his
family, tho time he had lived In Uos.
ton and whether ho was likely to bo
out nights. The old gentleman wanted
to know If the applicant had any
friends, and, If so, who they were, T)io
question, however, which appeared to
be the most vital, was on the matter
or being out nights. The applicant
dually, with tears In his eyes, con
fessed that It was quite likely that
somo nights he would bo out until mid
night or later, at woik. '"W-n-l-i,"
drawled the aged Itoxbury resident, at
the conclusion of this p'rotractcd In
terview. "I guess if you can't get In by
9 o'clock fit the latest you can't come
3 Insertions 25 Cents
(MoMThn Pour Linus, Cents for UaehBxtra Ltm,
Help Wanted Mais.
A.NTLD llxperlencrd giorery Mlesnnm iom
minding trade In Scranton ami iclnltv. All
tonunimlcallon.i treated n alrlellv eontldentlJl.
AddrcM "tt'holea!c flrocrr," Trlhune office.
WANTI'.D t'.ipilile men having , h nt experience
n traveling salesmen, tciichctn or lnerilunt'l
Uncial contract! Mliry or Loinmhuloti. Aililicti
Supciliilcndciit. Hot 2aU, Sjriaiiton, l'a.
WAN'TCD Palnteisi only good men need apply.
Call at Charlei Wagncr'e, "31 Adaiiu avenue.
WANTi:i)-ltlntcr. Apply at Connell tlulldlng
to W. II. Hall,
UANTCD Immediately, n live repieicnlatlve lo
ell I'liptulti Bryant'- (blind Aiuerleili Re
edy In CaibomUlo nnd trinity. Addles or call
K. iv. Bryant, oil rear Monroe avenue.
i:.vi:itfiini(3 .ii:n to .solicit havi.vus ac
COUNTS. NAbAlllKIl POSITIONS 'HI TUP,
1110IIT P.MITIKM. T1TMJ C1UAUANTV AND
VANTI:D-A ilrst class man to take c-are ol local
agency for eay selling stock. The right man
can make fiom $S) to 130 a week. Write nt once
lo Investor, Tribune office.
ANTKD Two experienced stenographers; ap
ply to International Salt Co., Connell build
ing, Scranton, Pa.
Help Wantod Female.
WANTI1D A lady stenographer, seveial jeais ex
perlcnec, delre position with meicaiitlle
hoiiie. Stale salary and particulars. II. W.,
I.ADY CANVARSr.Tl wanted to solicit aubwrip
tions tor The Tribune; good commission of.
feied with a fair guarantee for flrst-claw worker.
Apply personally at Buolnesa Manager's office,
LIPE OP T. DEWlW TALMACJ12, by
bis Son, IlKV. KIIANK DIIWITT TALMAdi: and
associate fdltms of CluUtlan lleiald. Only book
endorsed by Talmagc family. I'.nonnous piolit
fur ugeiiti who act inilckly. Outfit ten centi.
Write immedl.iti'ly CLAkK & Cj 212 s,
4tll Si, P.ilm., Pa. Mtntion IhN Paper.
AOKNTS WANTIID Salaiy oi- toiniiiLuioii. Ad
dress Coiniuisoion, Tribune office.
CKNTI.lkMKN' nnd lady agents wauled, honor
able and pleasant woik; .U 00 to W.IXJ ier
day. W. J. Brewster, .".05 Linden tlrcet, Scran
SITLMTIO.V VANTi:i)-A man would like to get
woik kpadlug gardens, giading or taking
care of lawns. 1111 Lloyd street, lop lloor.
IVANTKD At once, posit inn as bookkeeper, by
joung nun of !91; best lefereiues; um willing
lo begin at leaionable talaiy. Addles- T. 11. (..,
WANTKD Position as bookkeeper and typevvilter,
experienced. Address Peiuuneiit Position,
raic of Tribune ofllce.
.SITUATION ANTi:i) A lady stcnogi.ipher, sev
eial jeais' epeiicnce, deslies positlnu witli
mercantile hoii'e; Mate i-alary and paiticulaw.
Ik W. Tribune.
YOL'Nfl MAN" desires woik evening at ftenog
raphy, bookl'.eeeping or clerical woik. II. C,
caie of Tiibune.
SlTI'ATinX WANTPIJ-Ily .1 widow, would like
washing and house cleaning bv the day. Mh.
Miller, 7PJ F Illicit court.
CARP1T.S 10,000 jauh Buissels, lniaiiW, Vol-et-,
nho Mailings. Oil Cloth; 10,000 pleie-.
If licit bliccli. ti.Iilc clotli.', blankets, counter
panes, napkin--, etc., hou bods, spiiugs,
uiatticssei:, cbail, about hix carloaiU ut
imblic auction. Sale begins Tuesday at 10 a. In.
and 'J mid 7 p. 111., at 210 Lackawanna avenue,
ncl Scranton Stieet lliilroul walling loom,
opposite Pom avenue. CuminlugB k Bio., Auctioned.-.
PBlVATi: I'AMILY vvUhei lo have two nice men
to board, Gennan or L'nslUh. Call any tim.
after Thursday. All conveniences, S07 Harrison
Wanted Rooms and Board.
WANTED Two communicating 100ms with board,
private family preferred. Two ladlci and a
gentleman. State full paiticulars. Address C.
II. D., Tribune office.
LOST Pair e.veglai-scs on Dickson avenue, (ireon
Itldge. Jteward If icturned to Principal No.
27 school, -
LOST White bulldog, tall and cars clipped,
leather cnll.ir. p. .1. Itcedy, 4-M Picsc-ott
LOST A gold bar pin i-et with one turrpinl-e,
Thursday nfternoon, between 100 block Wash
ington avenue and 000 Monioe, Suitable revvatd
If letuincd to M7 Momoc .nciiui'.
LOST Steel beaded purse containing mnall sum
of money, on f.ackavvaiuu avenue, near Wj.
omliig, I'lnder please loturn purso to Tribune
olllce and keep contents.
LOST 2.'i, between Peck Lumber Co., L'ast Mar
ket eticet and rre.sb)tcilau rhuii-h. Hcwaid
If retutneil to office of Peck Lumber Co.
KSTll.WKIl A daik red I1M1 setter, fern do, ia
at the Kilo freight house, Washington nvemie,
Scranton, Pa, Owner can huvo the dog by call
ing and paying damages, (levrgo Turner.
NOTIC'i: U lieuby given that A. It, fiould &
Mis, peuoi.ss having .1 lien, under the laws
of I'iiiuslvaiila, upon good.-, waies ami iner
iiaiidle of the Peer Puik lliewiiu; Company,
(onsUtlng of one tu-n-lior-o delivery wagon, 011
ai count, of stoiago and lihor bestovvril oil such
goodu, the ovMicu having fallnl, itegleitcd and ie-fn.-A.-il
to pay the amount of Midi ih.ngfs upon
said piopeity within sixty ilajd alter ilemind
thi'liof made peisoiully, will expose tho said
twn.ioro ileliveiy wagon to sale, ur public tuc.
linn, at fiould'b Cairlage Works, No, 115-121
Linden sliect, lily ot Scraulon, Lackawanna
1 utility, I'cmis.vlvuiita, mi tho lllli day of May,
A. l. ltw.', at. 10 oMutk a. 111., and sell tbe
Kiiiui or so miieh theieof us shall bo sufllelent 111
discharge sihl lieu together with co-u of bile
,, It. OOUI.Il & SONS.
IVILLAltl), '.MtHi:." & KNAIi', Solliltor
NOTK'i: U hereby given that ut .1 meeting of Ihe
shaichohleia or meiiibcra of tho Liikavv.tiuu
Store Association, Limited, held ut lis ofitcc In
tho City of Scranton, IVntujIvjnU, 011 the 11th
day of April, 1U02, It wai rrovcd that the said
association bo dissolved by voluntaiy action of its
mriubeis, aud at the same meeting the under,
signed wcie appointed I.imiidatiiig Tlutce tu
wind up the couceiii .ancT dUtrlbttto the insets
thereof umoiig the intmbeu in uccoidaucc with
Ihe provUIons of an Act of the fieueral A,.
mnby ol the Commonwealth of Peimsvlvauia,
cutttled, "An AH aulboilzlng the formillon of
partuciahlp Uss-ociJlioini hi wlilih the uplt.il
subscilbed shall alone be responsible) for Ihe
ileitis of the association, osce'pt under icrtaiti ill.
cumtaiirii," up)iinvnl the seroml day of June
A, I), lb"!, and the supplcmeuti therrto.
All persons aie theiefora notified that said
association is in liquidation uud (lUolved, e
cept so far as is ncccssjiy to keep it ulivu uf the
beneficial wludiug up thereof, aud evciy one In.
debtid to said association Is hrubv- iiotlfi.d 10
pay suili imlebtediieas without delay to the uu
Ucniiiiui! at Ibelr office, corner Jcllcrson and
I.licliavvamu avtuues, Scranton, Pa., mid all per
sons having claims against rjld usscc iathui w
piesent tlu'in lei us fo- pajtiuul at the said of.
(Signed) K. l IIATKIIILI),
J AMIS S. MO IT.
IIAHOI.I) b. I'AlltCIIILl).
Scianton, l'a., Apiil U, lWi.
FmsT LKutstiATivn iTiCTmcrr-Treinjiicwr.
by given to tho Hepubllcan Voter of th
Klrst lA-gMitlvc UtatrUt.ytbat ;a"rliirystM
tlon will be held on -8 iturday,Aprir5w 1SW, Jge
twetn the hours of four and Mvn pi; m irjHi
pdrpofte ot nominating a csndldttrrjor "imimtf
islature to represent , the dUtrict and, to flecMwo
delegate to the Ilepubllcan Slate Cpnvetttldtf to
lies held at llarrlbnrg Juno If,' iDOJ, '
The convention lo compute tho vote will b
held nn Tuesday, April 20, at -10 o'clock In Co
opera tlv a II a 11. ):,ieh (andldata must regllter,
with Ilia district chairman, his full nm; aud
postollleo nddres.s, nnd pay lilit iaeimcnt fltteeh
iliys hcfoic the election, or his name will not bo
placed on tho olflclal ballot,
Tli, district vigilance rommlttrcjn the varl
otis predlnct,4wlll conduct tho election, :ml Ilia
reult will be reported bv tlic return Judge to
the district conventicn, which will be compelled
of the return Judges. A written notice remain
ing their Instructions will be mailed to Ihe.m'nl
bcrs of the arlous district vigilance i-ommlttcos,
OI'.O. W. JIINKINS, Chairman.
Attest Vt', SIMPSON', Secretary.
second i,i:nisi,'.VTtvi: DisTitirrr-Xotlce ,u
hereby given to the Ilepubllcan otcrj of
the Second Legislative district that n primary
elecllon will be held on Saturday, April Id, 1002,
between the hours ol four and seven o'clock p,
111., for the purpoo of electing two delegates to
leprcsent said legislative district In the coming
ltepubllcan state convention to bc'hclel'In Har
rison rg on June 11, 1IKW, and to nominal a
candidate tor the legislature, "' '
The convention to compute the, vote will bo
held on Tursdiy, April in, 1002, al'Jl" o'clock p.
m., In the rooms of the Cental Ilepubllcan ilub
in Scranton. ' '
In accordance wllb.1 the mlea, governing JI1I1
district the candidates will be Vdtcd for directly
by the voters at tho polls. Each candidate mast
register with tho district chairman hla full nam
and postofllcc address and pay lil ajsessment
twenty itava before the Election or bis name will
not be placed In the official ballot, neither will
anv votes cast for him be counted.
The. district vigilance committees in-'tli lati.
oils precincts will conduct tho election and tno
result will be reported hy the return Judge to' th
district convention, which will bo composed of
the return Judges of the varloua district. A
written notice containing further instruction will
he sent to the members of the said district vigil
rm:i)i:nin w. n.r.iTZ, .chairman.
Attestl-WAI.TCK K. DAVIS, Secretary.
1 1 , . 1 1 1 , . . 1 . . 1 1 1 - -
Tllirtf) I.KaiSLATJVn DISTnlCrr Notice is here
by given that there being only one candidal
for representative, two delegate and two alter
nates o the State convention having registered,
we, the chalnnan and secretary of tho Third Leg
islative district ilepubllcan committee, hereby de
clare the same to he the nominees of the Ilepubll
can parly In the said district, in accordance with
the provisions of Rules' 21 and 23 of the party
The personnel of thejStardlng commutes It
to remain as at present constituted.
By older of
THURSTON R. PAHKER, Chairman.
J. K. WATKINS, Secretary.
SKALKD PROPOSALS will bo received until 12
o'clock noun, 011 Monday, April 21, 1302, in
the office of the City Recorder, in Citv Hall.
Scranton, Pa., for Ihe purchase of Two Hundred
nnd Klghty-tlvo Thousand ($.183,000) dollars of
tlnce and one-half () per cent, Scranton City
Bonds, known as "Judgment Funding and Mu
nicipal Permanent improvement Loan."
Denomination of Bonds tl.OOO each.
Bonds redeemable in order of their numbers u
Bonds N'os. 1 to CO. Inclusive, May 1, 1007.
Ilond.s Xo3. 51 to 100, inclusive, May 1, 1012.
Bonds N'os. 101 to 150 inclusive, May 1, 1017.
Bonds Xos. 131 to 200, inclushe. May 1, Mi!.
Bonds N'os. 201 to 250. Inclusive, Slay 1. l!!J7.
Bonds Xos. 251 to 283, inclusive, May 1, IKK.
Principal and inleic.st guaranteed by spec! it
tax levy and payable at the office of the City .
TiroMiier, fecranton, Pa.
Bonds issued free of all taxes.
Said bids will be opened by the City Recorder
In his office in City Hall, Scranton, Pa., on tha
duv und hour ubove written.
All bids must has accompanied by a certified
check for $3,000.
W. L. CONNELL. Cltv Recorder.
Incentive Office, City Hall, Scranton, Pa.,
April 2, 21HH.
Itlir.UMATISM All nartics that wish can b
speedily and permanently cuied of all va
rietics ot Rheumatism by a egetablo compound.
Cures guaranteed. Inquire or address J. E. Toy
Certified Public Accountant.
KDWARD C. SPAULDINO. 2.1 TRADERS DAMS
Building, and St. Paul Building. New York.
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, COXKEMt
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH. D., REAIi
Estate Exchange Bldg.. 128 Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. L. IIAUDINO. 813, CONNELL DUlLDIXa.
STEVENSON & KN1C1HT, 720 CONNELL BLDG.
DR. C. E. EILENBEUGER, PAULI BUILDf.NO.
Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. C. O. LAUBACH. 115VYOMINQ AVENUE.
UUlDrw'ARREX & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellois-at-Lavv. C0J to tJ12 Connell
FRANK ll BOYLE, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW.
Rooms 12, 14, 16 and 13 Burr Building.
d. b. Hi:ri.oaLn, attorney-loans neoo-
tlated on real estate security. Mcars Building,
corner Washington avenuo and Spruce street.
JESSUP ll JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND COUN-
sellors-at-lavv. Commonwealth Building, llooinl
10, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY. ROOMS
Oai-001, Otli floor, Mcars building.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOAR
of Trade Building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON Ic WILCOX. TRADER'S KATIONAIi
O. COMEOYS, 0-13 REPUBLICAN BUILDING.
A. W. Br.RTHOLF. OFFICE MOVED TO NO.
211 Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. V. E. ALLEN. 513 NORTH WASHINGTOM
DR. S. W. TAMORE4UX, OFFICE 339 WASH.
Ington, avenu;, Residence, 1313 Mulberry
Chror.lo dis(e, lungs, heart, kidneys -and
gcnlto-urlnary organ a specialty, Hourf 1
to i p. m. " ''
DR D. (1. EVANS, 0,-jTI.Ol'ATU, 12S-3 WASH
Ington avenu?'. Chronte anil ncivous dlseusi
a specialty. Con-'ullatiou jrce. ?.
Hotels and restaurants. j $,
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 IJIANKLIN AVE
nue. Rates ress onable.
' V, ZIEQLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. W. PAS-
sene-r depot. Condueted on tho European
phn. VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor
zz7r -. ' , s -
A TT Blt1009TLErN3l17VAliFf7rSANn
Vea pooUi !! Uoi j only Improved puniis uad.
A. B. Brigs, propilctor. Leavo orders '1)011
North Main avenue, or Elcke's drug store, 'or
ner Adarre and Mulberry. Both telephones.'
O, R. CLARKE t CO...SEED8MEN--AND NtlR-S-erynien,
store 2UI Washington avenue; gueu
hiuses, 1030 Keith Main avenue; storo tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL. !" LACKA. AVE.,
bcranton. Pa,, ntanuficturer of Wlro Screens,
DRESSMAKING 1'OH CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladles vvaUla, LouUu blioenuVer, ti
AJaui. avenue. .
MEaAROEi: BROS., PlllNTEHS' SUPPLIES. "EN
v elopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, - Uvl
Wiuliiugtcu avenue, Scranton, Pa, ,
THE WILKES BAURB. Iji'.COliD CAN BE HAD
lu Sciantou t .tlic iiev slandt, jJ Jlcliinsu
Bros., 400 tpruco-Jiid'KB l.fiiJcnl Tf.SNortbii.
Hi Lackawanna avenue; I. S. Schutzcr, til