The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 22, 1901, Page 9, Image 9

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Plttston, June 21. John Golden, the
well known base ball twlrtor of Hum
town, formerly with trie Brothers' Base
Ball team of that place, but during the
pant season with Georgetown univers
ity, has been given a tomtitlng offer to
become iin employe of the Mlnei-HIII-lard
Milling company and play on their
base ball team,
Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Hitchner, of the
"West Hide, are spending the week In
Blnghamton. Mr. Hitchner Is looking
after the purchase of it team of horses
for his bakery business bote.
A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Patrick English, of Milton street, L'p
per Plttston, while playing In the yard
at Its home, fell and had an arm brok
en above the wrist.
The Erie company Is pippavlnp to re
build the No. 14 breaker recently de
stroyed by Are. The debris has been
entirely cleared away, thd stone inn
sons have commenced work on the
foundations and the large timbers are
beginning to arrive.
Mrs. Uoyea and Miss (.'onl gave an
"open house" at their beautiful resi
dence on Susquehanna avenue yester
dny evening to a latge company com
posed for the most part of the guests
at the Stewart-Langworthy wedding
on the West Side this afternoon, llane
Ing was the order of the evening. A
number of Wllkes-Harre and Scranton
people wore numbered among the
Mrs. Thomas Edwards, of Wyoming
avenue. West Plttston, left for New
York Wednesday, and will sail In a
few days for her native home In Eng
land, where she will visit for several
Frank D. Smith, a Munch Chunk
young man, well known among the
employes of the I.ehlgh aVIley rail
road, on which he was employed as a
fireman, was on Thursday united In
marriage to Miss Elizahcth Coyne, of
Tompkins street, this city. The wed
ding was performed at St. John's pa
rochial residence by Mnnslgnor Gnrvey.
The bride was attended by Miss Mar
garet Loughney, of Carroll street, and
Michael Talbot, of "Wllkoa-Harre, was
best man. On their return from a
honeymoon that will embrace a visit to
Washington and other principal cities,
Mr. and Mrs. Smith will be at home
on Broad street, this city.
Prominent people from out of town
found the Garden Village an Ideal place
for the solemnization of a marriage
ceremony Thursday, especially when
the spot on which the ceremony was
performed was located in the beauti
fully furnished parlor of the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cool, on Wyo
ming avenue. The groom was Dr.
William Alvah Stewart, a prominent
physician of Pittsburg. P.i.. and the
bride, Miss Julia Elizabeth I,ang
worthy, a charming young lady of Chi
cago, III., a niece of Mrs. Cool. The cere
mony was performed at high noon, and
the Cool residence was elaborately dec
orated throughout, laurel, palms and
American beauty roses predominating.
The bridal party included Miss Ruth
Langworthy, of Chicago, sister of the
bride, as maid: Miss Eleanor Smith, of
Sprlngville, X. Y llower girl; Dr.
Ralph A. Stewart, of New York city,
brother of the groom, as best man.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
T. DeWitt Mallory, of lenov, Mass.,
and he was assisted by Rev. Dr. Har
shaw, of the West Plttston Presbyter
Ian church. Among the guests were
the following: Mr. and Mrs. George
Westlnghouse, George TVestinghouse,
jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mooie, of
Pittsburg: George Jones, Schenectadv,
N. Y.; Mrs. Hewitt, of Kingston, N. Y.:
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Sprlngville, X.
Y. The "Westlnghouse family came in
their private Pullman car on the Le
high Valley railroad.
Special to the Scranton Trihune.
Uniondale, June 21. A number of our
townspeople attended the Morgan-Mc-Kee
wedding at Winwood last Wednes
day. Rev. Stearns, of Jnckson, was
the officiating clergyman.
The Sunday school institute lipid In
the Methodist church on June 19 was a
uccess. There was a large attendance
and considerable enthusiasm. The ad
dress of the evening by Rev. William
Holllnnhead was pronounced by all
present to be excellent.
Work Is being pushed on the Im
provements in connection with S. S.
Hubbard's mill.
Last Sunday Israel Rounds attend
ed the funeral services of Mrs. Lafay
ette Stanton, at Wnymart.
Itev. D. D. Jenkins occupied the pul
pit In the Brandt Presbyterian church
last Sundny morning and evening.
The school board have met to select
teachers for the coming fall and win
ter term. Prof, Harry Anthony was
chosen principal and Miss Edith Smith
was re-elected for the primary depart
ment. There being a tie for the Inter
mediate room, another meeting will bo
Rev, H. J. Crane was called to Way
mart Sunday afternoon to officiate at
the funeral of Mrs. Lafayette Stanton.
Bev. Charles Newell ably supplied the
pulpit In the evening.
Arthur Foster, of Starrucoa, Is ex.
pectPd to move his family to town in
the near future,
Mrs. Dr. Grander has been called to
Philadelphia to attend the funeral of
her sister, who died very suddenly.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Coleman vis
ited friends In Pleasant Mount, Wed
nesday, Hon, and Mrs, Phllo Run itt visited
their daughter, Mrs. Frank Couch, in
Carbondalo, recently.
r"pclal to the Scranton Tribune,
Harford, June 21, Mrs. Henry Jones
and Mrs, W. V, Jeffers attended com
mencement at Cornell university, .Miss
Addle Jeffers la a member of the class.
The Sunday school convention liuld
at Brooklyn, Pa., Tuesday and Wed
nesday was a very enjoyable occasion.
A large delegation from this place at
tended. The band boys will hold un Ice
and Btrawberry social June 25 on Dr.
Hoovan's lawn,
Miss Jessie M, Hardenbergh, of Elm.
hurst, Is spending a few days with Lou
M, Rogers.
Mrs. A. O. Berlew returned to her
heme In Elmira, N. y ufter spending
a few weeks with her mother, Mrs.
George Poloway,
Miss S. M. Farrer is visiting at W.
U. Hammond's.
Mrs. R. J. McCausland, of Montrose,
Mill address the Christian Endeavor
nnd Epworth leanue of this place Sun
day evening, June 23! subject, "Tem
perance." Boll call at the Presbyterian church
was largely attended. Judge Darte, of
Wllkes-Barre, gave a very Interesting
address. He will be a welcome caller
S. U. York has his new house nearly
Mrs. Helen Follel, of New Mllford,
attended roll call at the ricsbyterlan
Specl-il to the Siranton Tritiums
Towandn, June LM. Silas Titus, an
aged resident of Hhrrlck township,
who Was biotight to jail last week on
the ehargt of , desertion, commMteiJ
suicide on Sunday by taking Inudan
uni His body was given In charge of
t'ndcrtaker A. Campbell and forwaid
ed to his lale home for burial. He
was seventy-nine yeais old.
The commencement exercises of the
Susquehanna Collegiate Institute will
he held tomorrow evening. The s?ven
graduates are: Miss Alice Evans,
Neath: Miss Mary Hale. Towanda:
Miss Emllle Prollet, W.vsox: James
Bennett. Towanda: Thomas and Paul
Cook, Merryall, and Miss Anna Fair
child. Towanda. The alumni banquet
will follow nnd be held at the Ward
The most fashionable society event of
tile season took place last evenlng.when
Edna Louise, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. T. Klrby was united In mar
riage to Alexander C. Jackson, esq.,
of Berwick. The ceremony was per
formed nt tlip home, which was dec
orated beyond description and the
nuptial knot was lied by Rev. J. S.
Stewart. Lohengrin wedding inarch
was played by Oppenhclm's orchestra
of Wllkt-s-Raire.
The hi trial party was led by Misses
Lucy Swppt and Nellie Frost, the
bride was ceoited by her father and
pieceeded by her sister. Miss Mayme
Klrby, as maid of honor. The gronni.--man
was M, J. Oswald of Berwick.
Many guests from out of town were
Towanda has several cases of dip
therla. Over two-hundred nnd fifty pupils
of the St. Agnes school observed last
Monday as a holidav, all being dressed
In sensonabl attire. Last evening
the graduating exercises were largely
attended at the parochial school hall.
The members of the graduating class
are: Charles Campbell, Mary La
Chance, John Quiglt'.y, Maty Klnrj
sley, Mary Brennan and Mary Lynch.
The remains of James Carmody,
who died in a hospital at Buffalo, were
interied in the Catholic cemetery yes
terday afternoon.
The annual reunion of the Mountain
Lake Soldier's and Sailors association
closes a two days meeting at that
place today.
The Baptists of this eoun'ty will
hold th"lr annual convention at Can
ton, next week.
Dr. .T. C Lee of Herrlck. lias none
to Honduras, to serve as a colony
dm tor.
K. W. Ashby of South Bethlehem,
crlcf engineer of the Lehigh Valley
was otlii'lr'.lly engaged on this branch
the first of the week.
The Towanda Indies' auxiliary tins
already contributed J'iOO to the fund of
thf Packer hospital this year.
Tiie Christian Endeavor of Biadford
and Sullivan counties aie holding a
two djy's convention at Monroeton.
The sessions will close this evening
with an addiess by Rev. R. F. Y.
Pierce, of Scranton.
Special to thf Scranton Tribune.
New Mllfoid, June 21. Miss Rose
Smith visited friends in Brooklyn re
cently. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Safford have gone
to Heart Lake for the .summer.
Mis. Lee Kimber and children, of
Blnghamton, were guests of Mr, and
Mrs, N. F. Kimber this week.
Maud Benson, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Benson, fell and
broke her arm a few days ago,
A. F, Heitzman spent Sunday with
hts parents In Blnghamton.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelleher, of Hal
stead, visited In town the fore part of
the 'eek.
Mrs. H. J. Crane, of Uniondale, Is
visiting friends here.
Aaron Aldrlch and wife spent Sun
day and Monday at Thompson.
Mrs. Clarence Washburn and son,
Shay, are visiting relatives in Peck
vllle. Mrs. F, D. Pratt, of Nicholson. Is a
guest at the homo of George Pratt.
A tempeiance platform meeting will
be held In the Methodist church next
Sunday evening.
.Mrs. John O'Bilen and Mrs. .1. Ter
v,ane visited their brother, M, J. Crane,
In Scranton, this week,
Mrs. E. W. Boyle entertained Mrs. A.
M. Coddlngton and daughter, of Hull, Sunday,
.. .
Spcilal In the ,Siranrn Tilbtine,
fMismiehanna, June .'I. Prof, Pierre,
of Blnghamton hold a social hop in the
Hofian Opeia house last evening.
Hany W, Mumford, of Starrucca, a
Honesdalo law student, graduated
from Brown I'nlverslty, Providence,
1!, I,, on Wednesday.
A stoiy is being added to Spencer's
East Main stteet Hour mill,
Tile Eilc will erect a lumber shed
r.ear the old steam hummer shop.
The Erlo's summer time-table will
take effect on Mrindu next, when
trains 4 and !l will he added,
The Gibson band will furnish music
for the Harford fair, in September,
Piof, H. H, Rounds, formerly of
Stunucca, has been appointed princi
pal of the high school at Wln'wood,
Wi.yno county.
Mrs. Fieeman Potter, of Scranton,
Is the guest of Susquehanna iclatlves,
The Kile will, after Monday next,
use anthracite coal exclusively on Its
locomotives pulling through passenger
The Susquehanna county Christian
Endeavor convention, held at jHrook
lyn on Tuesday and Wednchday, was
hugely atunded and very Interesting
and pioiitnhle.
In St. John's Cat holla church on
Wednesday, by the pastor, Rev, p, p.
Ilioderlck, James McC.inn and MUs
Mary Connors, both of Susquehanna,
weni united In man luce.
The Susquehanna h.ind will have a
social hop in Hogan Opera house on
Monday evening next. Dorsan's or
chestra vlllfuinlsh murii! for the no.
i-uMuii. tTtvious vj the hop the band j
will give a concert from the Main
street pagoda,
Thomas Lynch met with an accident
In the Erie yard on Wednesday. When
moving some timbers Upon a four
wheel truck, n locomotlvo struck the
timbers, nnil Mr. Lynch sustained a
broken leg and other severe Injuries.
It Is rumored that thn Erie will es-
1 tabllsh n $40,000 electric plant here, to
furnish light and power for Its shops
and ynrds. It will be run by water
power from thn rlvtr.
Edward Choereman, of Gulf Summit,
a few days since killed two black
snakes nnd a rattle snake, The black
snakes showed fight, and, but for the
nsslstanee of his dogs, cheereman
would have been ccond best In the
battle. One black snake measured six
feet three Inches In length, and the
other six feet five Inches. The rattle
snake, a small one, was easily van
quished, MONTROSE.
Special to the Siranton Tribune.
Montrose, June 2t, Commlssloncis'
Clerk W. A. Tllsworth and Mrs. Tits
worth have returned from a visit with
Irlonrls In Brooklyn.
Mrs. John W.Spence nnd Utile daugh
ter, of Locust street, arc visiting rela
tives In Elk county.
Dr. Paul Wilson, of Now York, has
been spending the week at the home of
his brother. Dr. John G. Wilson, on
Maple street.
W. D. It. Alney left tonight on a
business trip to Washington, D. C.
Carl Canip Is at the home of his par
ents, Mr. ttnd Mrs. B. O. Camp, for the
Miss Veina Beardslee Is enjoying a
short vacation, visiting at t'tlca, N. Y.
Miss Eva Hickman, an Instructor In
the Scranton Correspondence Schools,
is spending her vacation with relatives
in Montrose.
Mrs. J. P. Hotchklss has been the
guest of friends at Pittston this week.
The Lakeside Country club will be
opened for the season on Monday next,
June 21. A number of Impiovements
have been made about the club house
and grounds since last season.
A party that enjoyed a day's outing
nt Forest lake yesterday Included the
families of A. W. Lyons, B. T. Gage,
F. D. .Morris, B. R. Lyons and S. (I.
There Is a well authenticated rumor
that Hon. E. H. True, a former repre
sentative of this county in the lower
house of the state legislature, will be
a candidate for the Republican nomi
nation for state senator next year. The
names of Colonel C. C. Pratt, of New
Mllford, and ex-Piothonotary W. J.
Raker lrtve previously been mentioned
as probable aspirants to the senate.
About thirty young people of this
place represented our local Christian
Endeavor societies at the county con
vention held at Brooklyn.
Charles Warner, son of ex-Postmas-ler
Edson S. Warner, has secured a
good position in Buffalo, and left for
that city this week.
Charles Bessell, a former resident, is
visiting friends In town.
Miss Lena Halpln Is visiting friends
in Blnghamton.
At Inst it seems that some definite
steps are to he taken looking to some
public observance of the centennial of
the settlement of Montrose. A call for
a public meeting to consider the sub
ject will. It is expected, be issued next
week; the call to bo signed by a num
ber of our oldest native residents.
Whether the celebration will take pl.iLC
on the coming Fourth of July or at a
later date. Is one of the questions to lie
settled at the preliminary meeting. A
later date would enable the preparation
of a more attractive piogrammc.
Miss Carlln, a trained nurse fiom
Scranton, Is caring for Miss Delia
Mrs. R. B. Little is in Tunkhannock,
where she will sing at a twentieth cen
tury entertainment to be given in the
Baptist chinch in that place tonight.
A satisfactory How of water having
been secured, the dillling at the ar
tesian well put down at Jeffers' mill
has ceased. The depth of the well Is
-"- feet, and the How Is seventy-thc
bairels per hour,
An effort Is being made to have all
the Montrose attorneys agree to close
their nfliccs on Saturdays during the
warm weather. It is also the intention
to have the county offices in the court
house closed ewi. Satuid.iy afternoon.
A pavilion dance at Heart lake on
Wednesday evening was attended by a
number of .Montrose young people. '
The fol'owlng aie the newly elected
ollicors and superintendents of the Sus
quehanna county Christian E.N.ivor
union: Piesldent, Pi of. William M,
Denlson, of Lanesboro graded school;
vice-president, Vaughn Axtell, New
Mllford; coriespondlng secretary, Miss
Annie Hanington, Montrose: iccordlng
secietary. Miss Hattie Patiick, Lanes
boro; treasurer. E, G. Simons. Hall
stead; superintendent of Junior woik,
Miss Lou Eggleston, Hallstend; super
intendent of correspondence committee,
Miss Mary Scotten, Hnllstead; super
intendent of lookout work, Mrs. Robert
J. .McCausland, Montrose; superintend
ent ot pi ess work and good literature,
James Moirls, jr., Montrose.
Attorney Miller S. Allen Is on a bus,
ness tilp to New York.
Ppeciil (n Hie Sii.mtoii Tilbunc.
Duryea. June 21. The home of Mr.
and Mr. James Holies was the scene
of much pleasure last evening, Sevetal
of Mr. Relies friends tendered him a
party In I he form of a surprise, The
usual social festivities were Indulged
in and several selections given on tho
giaphaphone, aftir which tofresh
ments were i((rv.H Mr. and Mmt
Coles, although completely ovoicome
by surprlso, proved to be pleasant
host and hostess, Those present were:
.Mr. and Mis, Thomas Devunold,
Avoca: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Potter, Mr.
nd Mrs. Thomas Cox, and son Taber,
Mr. and Mis. John Whitman, Mis,
(icorse Ammeiuian and son Geoige,
Mis, John Dills and daughter, Nel
lie, Mr. and Mrs. Copt, Mr, Louis Ed
Mill, Mr. Allien, Mr. Joseph Cox,
Dunne Dills,
Mr. and Mrs, Pa ton, of Brooklyn,
N, Y visited beveial fielnds In town
Mr, Johnron Rumdall Is critically ill.
Mesdames Canop, of Dunmore, and
Meik, of Providence, visited Mis.
Gc.uhart, of this place, recently,
Last evening Mr. Benjamin Ble
seckcr found a huge trunk In Maple
street. He took it homo and sent for
un olllcer, who searched it and found
It contained several valuable arti
cles. Later, the owner called and
claimed It and stated It was stolen
from his home. If such is the case,
petty thieves are our guests again.
All others claiming bald article, leuve
claim with Mr, Hlesecker.
Xrause's Cold Curo
for cold In the head, chest, throat or
Bny portion of the body, breaks up a
cold In 24 houis without Interruption
to work. Will prevent cold If taken
when Hist symptoms a pear. Price
2Jc. SuM by all druggists
Wall Street Review.
New York, June 21. The prospect of
a bettor bank statement tomorrow than
has been expected caused a more
cheerful feeling In the stock market to
day. Advances were quite wide In some
quartern, and there was an appreciable
Increase In the Interest. A new version
of the 8t, Paul deal today had It that
the block of 260,000 shares of St. Paul
stock recently reported sold to flnlon
Pacific Interest was, In fact, to be ex
changed for an amount of Union Pa
cific stock estimated at an equal value,
thus furthering the establishment of
community of Inlet est. There was re
newed buying by some of the large
speculative operators who have been
quletescent this week. Union Paclllu
was carried three points over last
night nnd St. Paul at one time two, al
though the latter slock reacted. Bo
ports that a working agreement had
been nrranged between Pennsylvania
nnd the Wabash caused tho Wabash
securities to Jump, tho common slock
rising PH, the preferred 3'fc, and tho
dobentui e B bonds 4-Vi. Missouri Pa
cific nlso rose 2'. later In the day.
Canadian Pacific rose 34. followed by
some of Its subsidiary lines, apparent
ly on the hope of a strike settlement.
The strength of New York Central
seemed to be-associated with the divi
dend meetings of the Vnnderbllt vom
panles. People's Gas was marked up
over two points on the prospect of u
contract with the Chicago authorities.
American Linseed prefect ed rose t on
the advance in t ho price of the pro
duct. The local traction stocks were
strong, led by Manhattan, and Sugar
showed a good gain, but without ex
planation. Colorado Fuel selling ex
dlvldend showed a gain at one time of
I'M, but saved only two points net gain.
General Electric, after rising two
points, broke eight. There was an un
usually large number of lyw-prlced
ralhoad and Industrial stocks, which
arc nut usually active, that rose from
1 to 4 points without explanation. The
market closed quiet and steady and
with some stocks selling nt the top.
Amalgamated Copper during tho latter
part of the day fully recovered Its de
cline, which had extended to Vs- Total
sales, ii;!4,200 shares.
The speculative railroad bonds were
quite generally active and strong. Total
sales par value, $t,lS.",000.
C. S. bonds were all unchanged on
the last call.
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Pur Wetein lich, H'-.ilk j neuihi iat
Ile,ins-I'er huMiel, rlioiie inmniv, ?.'.(i.i.' ir,
1'p.i lleam Per Inulitl, rlioiie inurow, $1 oil
Medium Ueans IVr bushels, '. 0a$.', 15,
tireen'tr biulielec. fl.lOitl 1,1.
Vlmir Ucst intuit, p-r buret, j,5.
Hfd Kidney lleam Per huMiel, tJ.nai.60.
Potalnes- Pel bushel, sSi'V,
CtrnniiU Onions Per b'i'lil, VU'MJl.M),
New York Qrnin nnd Produce.
New Vol k, .limp 21, I'loui weak nnd .)iP'e,
lower on lop cuilrt. Mlniioli pilenl, si.MHI;
winliT ntl.ucliU, 'l.p),il..'Jl. Wheat ,pot 111.11
pW wtaki'i; No, 2 red. il'V', f. 11. h, atloitj No,
2 U'd, Tl'se. eli'V.ilm; No, I Noulieu Diilulli,
i5?e. (. . Ii. Options pppjenu'd .1
ceifie lurik under Ill'i' .lill lbUii ilion. Co-ed
weak at Hial'Sjc, net deillne. July eloped it's".',
t-'ept., 7.?ic: Oil,, ;.l',,o,; Hei,.,,7t(ie. Coin
Spot easy: No, 2, K'ic elevator and Isl'n. . o,
I', atlojt, Options ipiiet and wp.ikii, Closed
weak at iv, net deiline. July doaed iiTi.;
Bipt,, (be; Oct. iVv, Oil-c,,it steady: So,
a white, S2',ji,; No. :i, :i.'i.j No, while, AU
Siiv i V11, 3 white, Si'.si'.i luik liiUul url.
ri 11, :iUUbc,; traik while, .ij'ials,., oplioin
dull ami easier with Ilie oilier mirkels. Mullet
I'linii western eieaimry, HilU'.ie ! do. (uloiy,
lilsalJe. ; Iniltation iteameiy, l.TalTc. j Utu
diiry, KaHlji'. Cheese firin; (amy laqte o,
oied, UjaVJi.: lanry hrse while, HUii.; uuey
ii'all coloied, l'!(i. fancy small while, DUilie.
Vise-(Juiet j state and reniihdiii4, lAibl'e. ;
western ungraded, UalJiJi'.! western landlnl, U
Ohicago Grain and Produce.
Chliajjo, June 21. Under prospects of enor.
mcui ciops the wheat inirkct showed e.Uieme
tteakii.j today, the beplcmber delliery io,lna
'.;e. lower, lM-pteinher toin ilosod v. doan;
S'ptembei oats, '.-.aii'. lower and piovUiun,
front Sjific. to Iji. Uo.mi. C.ijh iuoljtiom
wrie as follows:
I'lour Hull; No. '. tprin wheat, ta7lX'. ; No,
J, otJJab'i.; No. 3 red, Wiatii'si,. ; No. 2 com
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Thin Pour Lines, j CnU for Each Extra Line.
for Rent.
For Rent,
About 1200 feet of floor space on
4th floor of the Tribune building,
suitable for light maufacturing. In
cluding heat, light and power.
Enquire at office of
The Tribune.
Olt HKNT-r'ottace at Lake Wlnola. wltli H
modern Improvementi and two boils. Apply
t-'ied II, Stark, Tradiia' Hank bulHlnR.
KOIt RKNT 1 room bouse, corner Wayne avenue
and Putnam shut: hot and mid wiitet.
none but una 1 1 family need apply. 1T0J Wajne
WO Olir:i:V Itllini: srnKCT, ten mnim. mmlein
Improiemenlsj steam heat furnished: desir
desirable. For Sale.
KOIt SAf.i: -At lllcbhind faun, near Hilton, one
lalije oncl woik hor.e. one biy tnaie. with
font, two biy i'olt, me inrrel roll, four m,
two helfern, one I, Hue market w iroii, willi plat
foim hprlnir, one lop buu'Ky. Appl.i at l.iitn, or
P. II. Clcmoin, (l .Me.ii building, Si union.
Real Estate,
KOIt SAIX-MiilIc house, Sill Wih,tei aieniie.
Ten looms stcdiu heat. Ii, 1". Hi' nolila,
Council buildlns.
HAND'sOMi: PLOT at Kai'loi.wille, beautifully
situated: few minutes fiom atatinu. I'os.
escs hnely iliw of Mirtniiudlm; imiiitiy. Will
nit to suit bu.iei. Pi lies eiy low. Addict
W. 1', ll.iekrll, Ileal Ivdile, llanton, I'.i.
$l,RnO Iluyn all-room, sinslc nouse, coed well.
Lot 1110x200, Keianton street, Dalton, l'a.
WrIM A- Krator.
fl.snn lluji tiiilltllnir lot, WxV,n. Wheeler ave
nue. Wells & Kater, llurr llulldlnff.
$J,900 Uuji double bouse, 7 room on a side, all
imprmementJ, exiept gas. Dean 6trect, Piovi
denee. Wells k Krator.
For Sale or Bent.
FOII SAM-. OH UFA I'. New double house o-i
liiduo How, adjoinlm: resideme of .1. 11.
Hissell. Ilhien noma on eaeli side. One 'side
lenls foi -III. Priie, $Som '" Hejnolds
Conuell biiililing.
Wanted To Buy.
ANTt:i) HI nt V (ioml faniil.i hoi-e, wilh
or without palliate, or liht w.toii. T. I.
Trubody, tj Cu..l Kili.ilij;c.
Rooms and Board.
LIICK front room with board for two gentle
men, 416 Adams aicnuc.
Furnished Booms.
ll.i:.S.NT I'l HXtvli:il mom: all lonienieni ,
lery ienti,il, pinate ramily. Addiess I'.ov
fj. 'I i ibune,
FOR ltF.NT One laifre fiuni-bed fiont loom;
also one i.ide loom, 317 Adams aiemie.
Jl'-c.i No. 2 .lellow, tiVjiSr.: No. 2 o.ili, 2" La
a4i.: No. 2 white, mi.i'ii ; No. .1 while, 27vi i
21".: No. 2, 47'jr'ir.: pood feidin l.ul.'y,
olai'i.; fan lo ihoivp n: iilmi.', ; N'o. I llac
sied, isl.Vi; No. 1 Noithesun, l."."i: priu e
linioihy srid. l: nic-.s pink, Alt (IJijiH fli,
shoit libs. ,7. m.i- PI: diy silled i-houldei-, 7.1
Ue. I shoit ileal .side-, fs..Vu-. ti; whi-key, t1.J7.
Chicago Live Stock Market., .liii.e 21. I title-Kcieipls. 2,VO, In
ilii'linu .Vi 'lenis; Kinerill.i -leuly; Tes.uis,
him: pood lo jm mu -to f, ."i.jii.iii..",ii; poor to
midtuiu. 1 .i'.r,.IO; stotiis nd tenlei's, slow,
V-'.:11 'a I. S-'i, iowj, siiui.s-,; lnufois, 2 7u.'";
i.innci-. s,.ji2n;,; liulls, --,:ili,il; iaHos, $t..V1i
CVi: 'I' led -ions, -I 2'm i. HI, li.n KI.U'
6tin-, nL.VIiI 10; Tpms liull-.r! iJ.7. i l.T.1.
- HuilpN l,i..l , 1 -.mill, imnoiinn, I'i.OKIj ps'i
unled hit mu, 2.HII I. File i i'l. Iiishii ; .ip
nc; toi, ,il.22'..i ; iiu'.ed .ind bul'heis, -i,Ji
It. IS: K I o ihom lieu, ri . i .. 'i'ii liniali
heavy. I.! i !; lijhl, .", -0hIi0"i; bulk ot -.lies,
V,.!i.",iI1.1212. Mieep -Hi'ieipt, ,'i.onO; sheep and
lambs, stead: spiin- limbs up lo . .i'l; pood lo
ihime wtllu'ls, ,,il.KI; fall lo ilioiie luieil,
Nj.'ial.l'; wesleu -liPip, Ii:jj, le.ulin.'S
'I. .'."nt Hi; n.itiie I. mills, li5.2."i: wel-ni IiiiiIk,
"f.MJ 21.
East Liberty Cnttle.
I'a-I tluirilo, Iiiiip 21. -Keicipts Ciltlc, i'l
in?; idiipp and liiiiib-, l,"i ais; b"j-, I'l pus.
Hiipimuts Cattlp, Hi i, lis; hp p and I imhs, 12
i.i.; h"p-i, ''! i.iis. faille Via's in f.ih -upplv
and linn, 4i.2jin. lloj -lleii, ,'ii 17'ji'l "'il;
pms, ;i. Plan I.'.. Miecp .ind liniht Ai'ttir and
IiIkIici lot boih kinds.
Oil Market.
Oil 'ily, .lure 21.- fiedii lislinici, 10,i; icit (!
tales; nn bid. liipuients, P."i,Hil, aveiase, Wl.
jl'l. Huns, 9i,il,;,iu'i.i;i, Si, MO.
National League.
At llvlnii- R. II. i:.
thlia; ii I n il I II Oil 1- ,'l 7 2
llo-loi : II II II 0 il 2 II ' ,1 7 2
ll.illenrf -Hushes and Klin;, l.ason and I'll
tinlKi'. Pinpiii N.iih.
U New imk- H. II. II.
I'm l.iii . it I I nil ll nil ll. 2 1 .1
Ncu iuk II II 0 ll 2 I II II , 'I is i)
nineties-- Wilt e, I'litlipp' and Xiiiiiiici ; 1i)'.u(
nnd lli'weinuu. I inp'ip ll'lliy,
At IliiM.kljn- II. H. i:.
I'tiiiiniiiti 2 ll n n n M ll- , 'I 7 '
Hiookl.ii I I I I 7 1 nil '-21 2i 2
llitlciien- I'.uker nnd I'uu: Kuiiied and Me
llinie, liupiir lln.iii,
Al Philadelphia- It. II. P..
M. I.oiils ,, I ll I II 0 11 n II- 7 u
Phll.idelphl.i S 0 II I ll 1 12 I
ll.illitlrn-lliiper, Jones and NnliuU; Orlh and
MiPailand. I inplio- I'nislii,
American League,
At llelnn - l, II. !!.
I'leieland ..,,,,,,, U 1 u I 1 0 ll ll- y lu I
llosioi , I II .1 0 II 0 II 0 I b 1
HiUrilPS-Do'ilinp .iiul Hood: Lewis and
Skhliikonpoal. 1 mpiie -M mass in.
At I'lilUilelpliii- It. II, 11.
('Iikj'i II I II II II 1 II -J 0- I 7
I'hlladelphla IMI II II II ll II ll 0-ll i,
l.ill'Hli bin bulliiau, Piatt and Towels. t.u
pill laiitllloii.
At llaltiiuorc- , . K,
Dettoil ,,,,,,. ll ll ll 2 110 1 HO-:i ,i ,i
Ualtlinotc U2 (I U U 1 I II - I II .1
Hattuies t'lonlu mil Shaw; Milllitnliy and
Koblnsun. Pinpitc sliclidjn and I'onuoll,
At Washington U, II. K.
Milwaukee. ,..,,,.,,11,10.11)112 0 11-111 11
W.ishiiiRton lll0fHill3()-3 il ft
llatleilisKeldy and Maloue; t,'ear, C'artiik and
titid. I'uiplie Haskell.
Eastern League.
Toronlo, 2: ts.iui'ise, 1.
Monneal, 12: I'lotfilemv, 7,lllit paiue).
Monlieal, U; I'loii'knie, j Isciond pjiuej.
lUilloid, I,; Ilutlalo, 1.
Woiie-sler, llj lioihenler, .1 (hr.t aarne).
Woncsier, 0;, J tseiond iimn).
10 CT,XTS ii" paid for Tribune dated Dee,
.ii, isw. Jriiiunc oniie.
WANTKIl Horse and Iniftrty lor the aumnier by
Krnlltinaii wlm Hips three miles from hli
work and wishes to drlte baek and forth worn.
Iiik and pienlmi. Will pay moderate priie,
Addrevs P. K., P. O. Ilox 17(1, Krnntoti.
WANTi:t)-A iarpe house nf twelie to llfteen
rooms' miuble for n Mrsl ilass boudliip
hcuse: must be down town and leiy lentral.
Adc'riM W. T, llarkitt, Heal jt.ite Imlldliv.
WANTDD-t.idles and pentlemen tor peiinui"iil
posllloiii!, Im-nl work, ViO.Ilt) per month! 7MK)
per month nnd pxpenses In traipl. Apply aflrr
iipnnn or pieiilnRs. It. M. miiiIcri, Irilnp Hotel,
Sranloii Pa,
Help Wnnted Male.
I'lVlli M'NVK'i: flouinniPjit positions Aliout
ti,.1ixl appointnienta midp list e.n. I'roh.
nidi lll.mHI this leai. Only n loiumon si h"ol
idmation leiiulied. I'al.ilopue of inn
fne. C'oluniluin IVriraiioiitlonic L'olleRP, nh.
Inplon. I). C.
WANTKI) llnerpetlp, trustwoilhy .loimp: man,
peim.inelit position, must be well rriom-
mnideil, ."jll deposit teiiuiiid, 11 liter, ".12 Meats
WAYIKtl S.ili'smin. triiellnp or local! weekly
salary paid. llerrlik Seed Co , Rochester,
X. Y.
Help Wanted Female.
mi'Nt: I.M1IKS eier.iwheic etslly i.nn H wiek
1 1" aildipsstiii; emilopes home pienlnps. Any
qn-in'titv fuinlshed. Sind addiessed envelope,
parlieulars. Jlanaper, ikpt. H'.t, Ho ltiOO, Phil
adelphla. Salesmen Wautsd.
permanent. Perry
X. V.
7.'i mouthlv and expenses:
Nuispiy Co., Rochester,
BRANCH WANT (imciffi.
Want Advertisements Will Be
Beceived at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
Central City
AI.nCRT srilLlJTZ. corner Mulberry
rtieet and Welister aienue.
CUSl'AV I'IC'HLL, 6J0 Adams avenue.
West Side
GCOROK W. JUXRIXS, 101 South Main
South Scranton
PltEJJ L. TERPPE. 72'J Cedar avenue.
North Scranton
GEO. V. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market street.
Green Bidge
CHARf.KS P. JONES, 1057 Dickson
'. J. .I0IINS, M0 Orecn Rinse street.
C. I.ORE.N'Z. lotncr Washington ave-
nuc and Marion street.
W. II. KX1.ITIX, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. G. HONE k bOX.
Boarders: Wanted.
HOARDERS WANTi'l) dimmer hoarders can 8ml looms am' pood table boaid in pri
vate f.itnilv at IMI ton; lirae lawn and fine shade.
Addiess, o K 1'rlbune rtftlic. Mranton, Pa.
WANTK11 Table boirders.
Wnsblnpton avenue.
Mrs. Tompkins, 531
Money to Loan.
MONEY to loan on improved city real estate.
HF.Mlv ui.i.irt, an.
ri!,iS. II. WELLES.
js3)0,i)0i) TO r.OAX Lowest rates: stralpht or
monthly pnymcnls. Smrk k CoMTraders' bldg.
cirl.ii l,,ms or lliilldlnp and Loan. At
fiom t to 0 per
i t to ) per imt. Call on X. V. Walker,
Sll-il'i fonnell bulldinr.
Business Opportunity.
"NOW IS 'HIE TIME to make money" in Mnpks
ami pi tins. Whip fm partieulats. Arthur
It. .Ioiips , Ln., Iliokeis, 2ii, Chiiapo Mock E
ibanae llldir., liii.ipo. Memlicis I liieapo Hoard
of Tt.ide and oilier iMlitnces.
Buffalo Hotels.
110 TEI. P.I.MHI'lltsI'. llitllalo, X. Y directly in
fiont of l.imoln Paikway rntrame to expos'-
lion, in lull view of r.ielitly illiiiuinatlon and all
punteihnie displa.vs. Rale., l.00 up.
Situations .Wanted.
MtTATlOX WANTEH bv a wonian to go out
ihv waybill,', irnnlns or i leanlncr, Pleaa
all oi .nidiev, Mrs. M. Ilttortll, 121') Ccdtr ave
nue, lit.
bill VI'ION vonnp woman, with
ihlld ibii'p iai old, .h liousekeeper or
hot;.-ewoik. Addtcis, .M Ivressler iQiirt, City,
bl'll VI'ION WANTED-An experienced coaihman
u'utilil 'like a aitiiillon with a private family,
Tinipci.Hi.' linn and a vpiy .ireful driver; tin
deistands pcneral woik around a private place;
wilh lefuciiics. Address, Coaihmaii, 3Jt Tcnn
MMWIH'S WANI''l-ny 1 widow- n mil in to
eo otil bv uav iv.itini. ,i"ni", oi ,-ir..iuiiu.
'le.ioe tall or addiiss, Mi. Hustell, 1210 Cedar
avrnue, nt.
Sill A'
VI'ION WANTED -H' middle-aped woman as
nu-ik'upci' in widuivei'.- Liiiiil ; can rIvp.
tefeiciiic.1. Ad.lte-,n J. II., i Tvuniy.tliird tlreet,
r-t tauten.
bill VUOX WANTED-Hy a 0"Hfr man to go
to Mime Milium r Kwnl and act as a hotel
clerk for thf 'ii"i""- stih Hy temperate and
lionet liirnUlj best of refcicnuc. J. P. ,,
'llibunp olliie.
Sill VI'ION' A.M'ED Dirmiuakir, Rood littci,
' finiii I'hllidelpbia, tlesite.s a few ensagementsj
Jl 5U a da hi vvlll taku work home, AcldtcM,
li,ii7 IMiksou avenue.
NUTATION WANTED -H.v ' first rluss lionlt-kerp.
' ei wilh Ishtem .vears expoiieme, to woik
two or thin' liourt. ilail "" l 0' books in Ihc
ill-, lint" l'J rea.onablc, Addrcsj, fipcrt
Tii'bmte Olliie.
I'IRnP I'I.AnS I'OACintAN" dcirrs a altiutlon
wilh a private I mill; well expeiienced and
a lapable nun; ttriilly teuipciate and under,
al.ind gelieial woik about pllvate plaie. Ad.
dico, J. Iv , :l Pinn avuiue.
N TEW -Situation aiound genlleman's plaic Of
jaiiiior wuik. b. D. M., U Webater avi'itue.
siriA'ITOS ANTEl-l)y young nun to do
mu kind of vvork or working in prjiato (am.
ilv oi'diiviiio' a itroiery wagon. Address iara ot
J,'imcx Hloili. rear U 1718 Price street.
SUTATIOX WAXTKl-Ily a man grading or
lajing sidewalks, or fixing fences or cutting
lavvivs, or any kind of woik. Call of addicaj UX)
I'tovldence road.
Ml UATIOX WANTEa-'l-ruslworthy, reliable
oung man, good hibita wanti porter noil:.
Good penman. Salary optional, j'fustworlhy.
Tribuno Office.
blTl'ATTOX WASTEI A3 watih maker; 25 years
experience; reteremes. Robert 1'. bmith, gen.
eral delivery,
bll'LAl'IDX WAN1ED-Hy a woman to go out
by day washluj, itouing or cleaning, Pleaa
tall or addrc Mij. HuaocU, 121'i Cedar avenue
Insertions 25 Cents
Than Pour Llnet, a Centt (or Each Btra Line,
- -'----,--
Certified Fublio Accountant.
EDWAnn it. DAVia, AnciiiTECrr, conneia
FitEnERicK h. nnowx, arch, r reai!
hstate Kichange Dldg,, 12H Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. Ii. HAllDIKf), fiOfl BUILDINfl.
Spruce street, Scranton.
EAPERIF.Nt'El) lllusliator and draftsman ot me
tbinlial and inp hind work, drawings for
engiavlnits In all bum lies, commercial work and
book illustiatlni.' a pcilally. Eatlmatea anil
samples iiiiiiMiiil. AddtCM Box 307, Siranton.
Rooms 12, 11, lti and IS flurr building.
Haled on real entate heeurity. Mears building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce titrcct,
and counscllorsatdaw. Republican building
Washington avenue.
ti'lloidat-Iatv. Commonwealth building, Rooiru
111, 20 and 21.
OOn-OOl, oth floor, Mears building. ;
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
Bank building.
211 Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Sugeons.
DR. W.
ington avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry.
Chronic disease, lungs, heart, kldncj-s and
genlto-urinary organs a specialty. Hours, 1
to t p. m.
Hotels and Besturants.
avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIdLER, Proprietor.
senger depot. Conducted on the Eurcj-vkS
plan VICTOR KOCH. Proprio',.
cess pools; no odor; only improved pumps uexl.
A. B. Brlggs, proprietor. Leave orders lino
North Main avenue, or Eicke'a drug store, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Both telephones
crymen, 6tore 201 Washington avenue; grem
houses, 1950 North Main avenue; store tele
phone. JS2.
Wire Screens.
Scranton, Pa., manufacturer o( Wire Screens.
also ladles' waists. Louis Shoemaker, 212
Adams avenue.
v elopes, paper bags, twine, Warehouse, 130
Washington avenue, Scranton. Pa.
in Scranton at tin" news btands if Rehm.ini
Bros., 406 Spruce and 50J Linden: M. Norton,
J22 Lackavvinna avenue; I. S. Schlatter, 2U
Spruce street.
NOTICE IS heieby given that the pirtnerahirr
latelv Hibsisiing between A. II, Rogers and!
V. O. Major, bolh of tho city of Siranton, eotm
tv of Laikawanna and state of Pennslvania.
doing Inuineas, tinder the Dim name of Roger
k Major, lias epitcd pit this, nineteenth day o!
lime, A, I), ind, and that the Arm aforesaid
lias been dissolved by mutual lonsent,
Al! debts owing to the said partnership arai
to lip received by tin said A. II. Rogers and all
deminds on tho said pailnership are to be pre.
Fentcd, to liini, the said A. II. Rogers, "pr pjy
went. A. H, Rorir.ns,
N. O. MAJOR. '
WALTER E. DAVIn, Attorney.
S'lOCKHOI.DERS' MEET INC The annual meeting
of lite stockholder!, of the Colliery Engineer
unn.... ..Ill 1,a li.U a, ,I,a nanAFI ,fl., ,
! UIIIJI.111,1 ... .' .,..,. a ...u v.l,-,n. UIIIIC1 ,
the company, r-iranton, Pa,, on Monday, June
2llh, 1WI, at ! o'cloik p. in,, for the eleelirn
of directors and Hip lnnvi,tlnii ot stnh other
business ai may propeily pomp befotp the melt
ing. hTANLEY P. ALLEN, Secretary.
PROPOSALS. For a short time proposals will
be teceivrd for a lease, to cover a term o
yean, ot the proposed new building at ,122 l.acki
vvanni avenue. Building would be erected to
suit tenants. Can be had entire building o( four
Boots and basement, or upper doots above mala
Btoro floor, For details see M. Norton.
mmTsAsiL R E EX
SAFESTl Money Will nam Big Monthly
rjocTI Returns,
Btai! The Investor's Fund Pays SemI-monthlyw
The oldest established In America. No crrtifleat
holder has ever a rent, Payments made tot
all subscribers every l"i days. No double. No
delay. Money refunded on demand. Write to
day for pitticulars, free to any address.
C, E. Maekey & Co., Hudson Bld'g., New York,
Bond Offerings.
Paying 3-J to S
rirooUlyn Kdlson 1st 4s,
dies, & Ohio, It. & A. Div, 1st Con.
Evans, & Terro Haute 1st Con. 6s,
Iowa Gen, Hy, Co. 1st 5s,
Louis., N. A. & Chic, Chic, & Ind.
Dlv. 1st 6u,
Mexican Central "fly. Con, 4s. Dj
Missouri Paclflo Trust 5a. ,7
Minn. Gen'l lileo. 1st Con. 5s.
Mob, & Ohio, Montgomery Div, lat
Wu Grande Western 1st 4s. !
St. U, Iron Mt. & So. Itefd. 4s.,
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