Newspaper Page Text
Tl-UB SCKANTON TlUJiUJNJS-MONDAY, JANUARY 0, 1902.
Ppcct.it to llic .Scianton Ttllmne.
'I'tltikhuniiocl:, Jan. ). Mies Krunees
Bolton, nn old reslitonl of this town,
died at tho homo of Mra. .TnineH Voting
oti Harrison street, on Hutunltiy innrn
liiK. Hhe hint been tut tuvnlltl for more
tltnn ti year past.
Mis. Anna Crawley, an lined lady,
who hns been III for the pant week
with pneumonia, It failing dowly, and
little hope In piiIpi tulni'd of lir re
covery. Kx-Sherllt lllruiit Carter tind es
County Coninilnsloiitr lleniy O. Him
nell, both of whom are now residents
of AVIIkes-llarre, wete cnlllnir '1
nciiunlntitiicpit here on Saturday.
Attorney CharloH TI. Little, of Rerun
ton, spent Sunilay with his parents nt
this place. .1
'deorffc' C. Thrtislier, the Xoxon incr
:hant, wuh a "caller In town on Wulur
.lay. Heth S(Ulres, of Ithaca, X. Y., a
former tesldcnt of this county, visited
his brotfler'at this jilueo on .Saturday.
There will bo n regular meeting of
the Women's Jtelijf corps on Tuesday
evening, Jnn. 7, at Grand Army hall.
Spitl.il lo Ibo Scranlon Trllitmc.
AVImmers. Jan. r..The Ladles' Aid
society of tho l.vaiigelleal church" met
nt the home or Mrs. neorge Itluck on
llevlvnl meetings will begin at tho
Evangelical church, Monday evening.
Mrs. J. Brown Is recoverlns from
severe eye trouble, which thteatened
The Fishing club held their annual
oyster supper and social at the homo
of William Kme'ry ou New Year's eve.
Tuenty-Ilvo were present.
Alson B. Hammond was a caller here
Miss Nettle Benjamin, of Scranton,
was n visitor hero on New Year's day.
Many of the railroad men have re
JERJYIYN AND MAYF1ELD.
The stockholders of the First Na
tional bank of Jermyu met in Assem
bly hall on Saturday afternoon and
organized by electing the following di
rectors: S. '. Whltmore, Mayileld;
John W. Cure, Tompkinsvllle; Max
well D. Lathrope, Cnrbondule; Andrew
Mitchell, jr., Carboudale; W. J. Mc
Dcrmott, George S. Dunn, T. 13. Craw
ford, C. F. Baker, M. D. Cure, Tomp
kinsvllle and Justice IlLshop, Arch
bald; George W. Cramer. Tompklna
vlllc. John W. Cure was made president;
S. C. Whltmoie, Hist vice-president;
C. F. Baker, second vice-president and
T. B. Crawfpnl, cashier.
A rommlttee was appointed to look
til) a suitable location for the bank
and are to report at another meeting
of the stockholders which will be held
in the same hall next Monday after
noon. The need of a bank in Jermvn lias
been felt for several years past ami
at times linlf-henrtcd efforts have been
made to organize one but the feeblu
efforts resulted in nothing until George
S. Dunn took hold of the matter and
he has met with signal success. Tho
capital stock of $25,000 lias been fully
subscrlbed and In a few weeks the
bank will bo opened. All the directors
arc well known and substantial men
and the cashier, Mr. Crawford, who
hns been a resident of the borough for
many years, is a young man who en
joys the fullest confidence of the com
munity and who will make a careful
and capable official.
There was a small blaze at the home
of Coal Operator Sherwood on Fourth
street Saturday eenlng which was
happily discovered in the neck of time
and quenched before it succeeded In
doing any serious damage. The lire
was caused by the furnace in the cel
lar and had burned a hole completely
through the lloor of the room above It
Frank Baker, who for the past three
years has been employed .at tho Dela
ware and Hudson depot,, resigned on
Saturday to accept n, position as tele
graph operator with the Ontario and
Western Railroad company nt May
field yard. John Kilker, of Mayneld,
.succeeds him at the Delaware and
Mrs. W. ('. Nicholson, of Main street,
spent yesterday at tho home of her
sinter, Mrs. Van Gn'rder, of Scranton.
Tho magazine tluli met at the homo
of Mrs. Willard 15. Dobsou on Second
street, last Friday evening.
Prof. II. X, Barrett, who with Mis.
Barrett have been spending their va
cation at Lakewood, Susquehanna
County, was taken seriously 111 of
bronchitis a few days ago on Saturday.
A telegraijt watt received from him
asking the board to prolong his vaca
tion for a week as lig was not well
enough to resume his duties. Tho
schools will reopen today.
There will be several new uttrucHliuiM
nt tho Sacred Heart church fair this
wcel'. Tonight the Knights of Father
Matthew of Archbald will glvo an ex
hibition drill and tomorrow evening
the Young Men's Institute of Creep
ltldge, will attend in a body.
The next attraction at Weber's rink
will be tho DeVere Vaudeville com
pany, composed of twenty artists of
ability nnd reputation, tomorrow even
ing, January 7.
Tho contests for the china set of
dlshfH nnd gold watch, for the benefit
of the Auieilcau Ptotestapt association,
No. 113, will take placu next month,
when they will conduct a concert In
connection with tho contests.
The condition of Kilwiwl Lewis, of
Atherton street, who was so tenlbly
Injured ut the Allis-CJmlmerH com-
oursjf you try - - - . , :
f d -d 4-v "ml ors ii so stroug- we
I Ijl KZ guarantee a cure or refund
. , . rf Money, and we bend ou
free trial bottle if you write for it,
bltll.Oll'S costs itt ceuts and will cure Con.
mimptloH, Pneumonia, UroudiltU and all
i.vuff Troubles. Will cure a couth or cold
i u luv, aim mux prevent fecriollS resillIS.
It bus been doing these things for CO years.
8. C. WctLg tic Co., I,c Hoy. K. Y.
Karl's Clover Root Tea corrects ib Stomach
pany'o works at Scrnnton on Friday,
Is critical. Mr. LowIh was employed ns
a machinist, and was ut work assist
ing In removing a henvy pleeu of ma
chinery, which was being hoisted by it
crane. The crane broke nnd tho heavy
material boro him to tho ground. His
Injuries consist or a btokon buck, log
fractured In two places and a dlslo
Taylor colliery will tesuiue opera
tions this morning, urter an idleness of
u few days.
All candidates of the Fourth ward
are requested to register before and not
Inter thnn Thursday, January 11. By
order of vigilance committee, James
Price, Mcluird Williams nnd Lewis
Lewis. The following are tho officers
to be balloted for at tho coming pri
maries: Councilman, school director,
auditor and constable.
Tho members of Taylor Hose com
pany, No. 1, ore putting forth all pos
sible efforts to make their annual mas
querade ball, to bo held ut Weber's
rink on February 0, a grand success.
.... ll , I ' !
Find a cat, dog, rabbit and a duck.
Solutions for Last Weok'sFuzzlos:
Jlond.i.i, llec. :IU. Ikmy. t'oia.
Tuiwlay, Pec. ill, Dokcr.
Weilncsilay, Jan. 1. Hold pictum tipililn down
and joii will iiml the hunlei in tlie lower lift-
h.lllil I m IIP!.
TIiiiimI.i.v, Jan. 2 WclliiiKlon.
Those who have not costumes of their
own, can be furnished on the evening
of the evwit.
The first rehearsal of the Taylor Ora
toriot society was held last evening at
the Calvary Baptist church, on "Judas
Maccabeus," and was well attended.
Misses Jessie Harlos, Mary and B.
Timlin and Mr. Bayard T. Grlfllths,
students of Stroudsbunr State Normal
school, will return this morning to re
sume their studies.
Emblem division, No. 57, Sons of
Temperance, will meet in regular ses
sion this evening.
T. A. Evans visited friends In Peck
Richard Gendall, of Crawford, N. J.,
called on lrleuds in town recently.
Miss Maud Davis letutned on Satur
day to resume her studies at Strouds
burg State Normal hehool, after visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Miss Ada Edwards, of Mt. Dewey,
spent the Sabbath with fi lends in town.
Norning Sturges has returned lo re
sume his studies at Bucknel! college,
after being the guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sturges, of Old Forge.
John Burns, of Starrucea, Pn Is vis
iting his mother, Mrs. William Burns,
on Grove street.
Mrs. W. B. Jones litis returned to her
homo In Cnrbondule, after being the
guest of her mother, Mrs. It. W. Iteeso,
of Main street.
Miss Minnie Evans has returned to
her homo In Ilazlctou, after spending
the past two weeks with relatives In
Daniel Phillips, of Diifton, Pu., is
visiting relatives In town.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon, of Lin
coln Heights, visited the hitter's pur
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Iteese, of
Union street, yesterday.
The young people of the Susquehan
na street Baptist church will conduct a
phonograph concert In that edifice
Thmsduy evening. At the close of tho
programme refreshments will be
Tomorrow night "Fablo ltomnnl"
will bo the attraction nt the opera
Miss Nellie Hyiin has necepted a
position as operator In tho Lackawan
na Telephone exchange In the Atherton
P. F. Malloy, who has been spending
tlie holidays) at his home on Dunmore
street, returned to tho university of
The Excelsior Hose company's fair
In Lloyd's hnll will bo continued threo
evenings this week. Tonight an at
tractive piogramnte which has been
urranged will be glvop. - Door prizes
are awarded every night,
Miss Margaret Evans has returned
home from Philadelphia,
Mrs. Itlelmvd Evans, of Jermyn, who
has been tlie guest of Mrs, J, M. Evans
of Lackawanna street, returned home
Hurry E, Junes will return to Phila
delphia today to resumo his studies, at
the university nf Pennsylvania,
P. J. McDonnell, of Archbald, was a
caller In towp Saturday.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
ll'udcr tills liKdinr ihQit letters of Interrit
nll h published, when tttompsiiled, for publics.
lion, by (he writer mine, 'the 'tribune due not
tssumo nipor.ltUlty for opinions litre 4iprwtJ )
Cure for Labor Strikes,
lMitnr of Tho Tlll.uuc
Sir; Vu liac ri'qui.ted boil lelleu of publlo
Interest fiout (ho leaders of Tim Tribune I
doslio, (a cxpieu my kowiu (or ujliur that
tit i anion lejds (he wuilJ. While the nuiuriout
labor tioublcs and nil Ike In the iciulty of
Scrjiiloii duilns the I'Jtt year bate boiomo u
public nubanie, and bvca the mwiu of drliln.-
WW Industries from our tlly, 1 btlleid Hie
numerous stilkc4, tliouuh tlicy liavo ec.lncil tu
lie u failure, will prove lo lie Hid RrMlcst labor
ilctory (I'M country has our experienced. ,fvipl'
til nml l.ilior iiiu rieicr been mam thoroughly
orpinltnl than at Hits present (line, There has
liccn a bloodless war froluK on (or yens liclncllt
ilicin. Ilotli hive made unjust demands ol cult
oilier, 'flic present tlrret Mr strike proven to
lie n ulubbotn nlfiilr, nml while nil labor oie.mil'
Allons ami tho puhlle seem to uo hi inpalhy
wllli Hie stilkln stieot tor men, c.iiilt.ll run
labor have lecogiilzcd all over the known world
thai the labor strike In poor business. The great
labor convention just held In this city, Willi In
deli-nates from Lurope. Canada nnd ftolil "II 0V(,r
the United Stntec. repicscntlnif million of people
from the laborer In the.dlteli to the billed lue
ihllile, decided nlmrxt iiunlmaul.v to not Wen
(Ion strike. However, one ilvletale wu' dctrr
mined lo iroak hl Utile pleie on strike mid
nude neural ntlempti to do so, when l'roldotil
flompers come iloivn with his Bel and otilerej
(he delefratc tp lie seited.
Tlie put jcai's ti!kc4 nnd the Ubor com en
Hon lield In this ilty, 1 bellfie, will bu Hie
lncatH of drawlnn capital nnd labor nenicr to
Bother. Doth luie rccoirnlred the fact that cap
lt.il anil labor must be united, or ebe bushicx
U bound lo bo a falluie. The remit of this do
eblon U a Joint lommlttec of our labor leaders
nnd capitalists and u thlid party, ll.depei.di-nt
of labor and rapltal. By this I'imiiiilllee of the
recounted lefldirs It call be epeited that lenns
of teaio will be o'llbllsbod, nnd that tills J car
will m.iilc (he hcRliuiliiff of peaie bitwceu inp
Hal nnd labor nnd brlnif the pieatest pio'peiity
lo om lounlry It Ins ever known. Xeier hefoie
In our history as i nation has Krcnlcv wNdont
ami mlt lie been irheii our longrc-s than the
declaration of our piesldent, Theodoro lloojcielt.
Wlillo as n nation wo mourn our deicased piesl
dent, MiKlnlcy, who hid won the ho.iil of our
l'liday, Jan. a. Tlie biotbcr can lie found nc li
the etunip to the right of the plttme.
b'atuiday, Jan, I. l'ictuie No. 1 lirmnie
liiatclio.4 Xos. I, .',, II, 7, and toim juollier -qn.iie
the name stupe as tho Hist two.
In the .".ecomt pkliire leniou' l iu.iti.lic',
lolling enough to bpcll tho wold TUN.
people and was a wl-e ami noble picsldcut, I
bellcio that his Micicvior, Pictiilent ltoovielt,
will piaic to be tjolomon In our time. Any
poison not being bcnellttcd by leading the picsi
ileut'is uddicss to loneiev, is a lit sulijctt tor a
lunatic asylum, Tho .ulihc-s is one of wImIoiu
fiom bvKlnniiig to end. While he faois oig.iu
Izcd capital he ulo fnois oifniliizctl labor, but
does not faior the .tilkr (unless soinebuily in
teifeies with him on the stiect; Hun he etilkci
light fioin the shoulder and that kettles it).
Ills ramc-t appeal fur Hie protection of libor and
capital is Mire to meet with the approial of both.
He ii'itiiinly struik the keynote when he ald.
"f.ibor i piopeiily." In othci wouh, if labor
is dull, bu'lnea. is nuc to be dull. When the
millions who repitsenl labor aie kept xleadlly
emplojeil ieaco nnd contentment Is t'lei.iwhcie.
Hut when labor ieai.es foe a shoit time Hieio is
liibeiy and ihstiuitinu eiciywbeie.
Now nince c.pital has leioguired lahoi, would
it not be a (,'ood i,m lor nil chaiiered iuiii
panics to demand tho lawful iuten.-t for all
inoiicyK iuiested (and be f-alMied with tuld
amount) and ORite, .it their annual inuntoiy
to dittiihute pir.pcitlonately between tho em
ployes nf .said company all monejs out said
lawful iuteict? This plan would undoubtedly
put greater rncigy in eeiy cmplojr. lie or hhe.,
as the case may lie, would natuially feel It lo
their Inlcicst to uve the louip.inv'o ptojierty.
Willi thla plan in operation the employeis of
laborers would be Mirpil-d to pee how much
cheiper their business could bo tun. Keiy em
plo.ic would feel that he had u tli.uo iu the
company and lcolc forward to tl.e i logins ot .he
jeai'n imcntoiy for bis lewaid of Industry. Labor
itiikes would noon be a thlirf of the past. Cap
itallftU would then Iniest without fear of stukes
or di'stiuctlon of pioputy. Tho kcciet wilful do.
i-tiuctlon of mateilal ut public walks Is u com
mon thiiur. Many employes Mho think Ihey aie
not leeehinif a Just lewaid foi their labor' '.ike.
this moans oj Retlinir squire with the lompiny.
Tills wholv,.ile denluullun nf piopeily has ottin
made it leally nccctAiiy for the cmploei to re
cline waires. Let us hope that both capital and
labor will apply the rjoldiii Hule, "Do into
otheia u.s jou would they should do unto jnu."
Scianton, Jan, 4. II, II. l'lne.
l.VCi'.L'M llioikua.v I'liurap. Debate ,m Im
pelialUm between Hon. I. II. l.aiulis and Hon,
Champ Claik. N'Uilil.
AfADIlJIV "On the Suwuiioo Ilher." Mijlit.
"Arizona," at the Xtyceuin.
Augustus Thomas' excellent play,
"Arizona," was soon by largo audiences
nt the Lyceum, Saturday. Few mod
ern Plays have achieved gt eater suc
cess tlmnw"A,rlzonu." It hns a good
story, cleverly told, and Is sunounded
by tho trappings of military life, which
never falls to attract In the, theatre.
Tho company contains a number of
the players who were hero when tho
play was lust seen In this oily, and
they presented It In a manner that
called forth tho henrty applause of tho
A Battle Royal at the Lyceum.
Hon, (!, H. Landls, tho congrebsiuun,
who will deluno at tho Lyceum this
evening, Is an Indiana editor, who in
the fow years he has been In congress
has proven himself to be one of the
most biillluut and vigorous orutois
among tho national legislators. Dur
ing his first session he won his spurs
In an almost historical encounter oyer
civil sej-vlco laws. Probably one of the
greatest speeches ever delivered In con
gress was that he made in the discus
sion of the case of Roberts, tho Mor
mon, It moused tho enthusiasm of the
His opponent on Monday evening will
bo the Hon, Champ Clatk, a Kentucklan
by birth und a Mlssoiuinn by adoption,
Claru'B Inimitable lumior, quuliU wif,
homely philosophy und tobust elo
quence, constantly reproduced In the
public press, has made his name
familiar front ocean to ocean.
Tho debato between these famous,,
learned nnd ctoaticnt moll on Monday
vlll bo u, btiUle ,royf,l that no one can
nfforti to miss. Seats are now on sale.
The Impel taut event of tlm piescnt
theatrical iiettson from it mustuul stand
point will be the engagement ot the
Klnw & Hrlangcr Opera company, pre
senting Bo ICovcn & Smith's successful
"Foxy Outlier," with Jerome Sykes In
llio tlllo role. Eleanor Kent) a young
und charming woman of great ability,
Is the prima dentin hf the organization,
Julius Steger, tho handsome baritone;
Louis fasavnnt, formerly In tho CnHtle
Sqtmio Opera company; Adolph tflnl:,
Arthur T. Earnest and Harry Mac
donotigh, who lutH sung many roles and
always with distinction, are prominent
members of the enst,
There Is a. chorus of voices carefully
selected on account of tho 'superb
choral work necessary In tho ilrsl act,
and Iher'o Is a special orchestra, under
tho direction of Slgnor DeNovellls.
"Foxy Qulller'' Is to be presented at
tho Lyceum theatre, Wednesday even
ing, January S. Tho sale of seats will
open at (he box nfllco this morning at
William A. Brady's new musical com
edy, "Foxy Grandpa," Is evidently do
ing "stunts" nil along the line, as re
gards business, und houses have been
crowded In tho various cities visited.
In Atlantic City, Buffalo, Baltimore
and Washington, the engagements
havo been simply phenomenal. Brady
has placed himself on record as saying
that he would not take $."iO,0OO for this
scnson'.s prollts. "Foxy Grandpa" bids
fair to be a permanent attraction. Mr.
R. Melville Baker, the dramatist, has
certainly, If que may rely upon the
newspaper criticisms, made an excel
lent play out oC the sketches and shows
"Foxy" and his grandsons with much
humor and feeling. The performance
Is said to be filled with action and ap
peals as strongly to adults as It does
to tho children, while the music, cos
tumes and scenery are all that 'could
be desired. The chorus is u most at
Joseph Hart makes an Ideal "Foxy
Grandpa," and Is ably supported by
Carrie TJe Mar. "Foxy 'Grandpa" will
be seen here next Saturday afternoon
and evening. x
The "Three Ton" Drum Major.
Donald MacCormack, the tall Scottish-Canadian
who carries the drum
major's stall' at the head of the Kilties'
band, Is known among bis friends as
tlie "three ton drum major." Tt hap
pened tills way: While standing, as
usual, on guard, at the door of the new
Coliseum in Chicago (where the Kilties
played to over 10,000 people on Thanks
giving day. 11)00), a curious and lonp
whlskered bystander walked up and
shouted up to Donald:
"What Is your height?"
"About seven feet," quietly replied
"Well, well; and how much do you
"Three-ten," came the answer.
"Threo ton!" shouted the excited
man with the beard. "Six thousand
pounds! That seems almost Impos
sible!" And it was only when the htmdrcd
people who stood around tho door had
started to laugh that the man with the
credulous mind s.iy that he had blun
ered. All eyes will be on the "threo ton"
drum major wheil the Kilties' band ap
pears at the Lyceum theatre on Tues
day next, under tlie auspices of the
Caledonian club of Scranton. A spe
cial inducement of 15c. will be offered
to children of li years and under at
the matinee performance.
"On the Suwnnee River."
The attraction at the Academy of
Music for threo nights with usual mat
inees, commencing tonight, will be that
time honored and popular story of the
South, "On the Suwnnee River." Thcio
are few, if any, melodramatic pieces
now before the public which nre able
to hold the Interest of theatre-goers af
ter years as does this populur play.
With that quaint old song of Foster's,
"The Old Folks at Home" as a theme,
Mr. Sterling wrote a play quite as at
tractive as the song.
Tt Is not of the ultra sensational type,
with blood-curdling situations. Its
make-up Is one of equally propor
tioned heart Interest, romance and hu
mor. It ,1s well staged with special
scenery for the entire four acts and
the company Is an unusually good one,
containing Stella Mayhew, Eva Mae,
Kato Weston Cherry, Lew A. Warner,
Fred Truesdell, Earl Alkhihon, Allan
H. Bailey, Harrison Stedmnn and the
Clover Leaf quartette.
"The Secret Dispatch."
Tho attraction at tlie Academy of
Music for three duys, beginning Thurs
day, Jan. 9, will be "Tlie Secret Dis
patch." This play deals with war
times hut It Is not a strictly war play,
It Is rather a domestic drama of the
war period with tho effects of war
marked on Its incidents and retson
ages. Tim story 1h said to bo of more
than ordinary Interest nnd several
scenes of real pnlrlollu feeling well
worked out nro shown. Tho pluy Is In
four nets filled with good acting
scenes and well supplied with good act
ing comedy and strong Incidents.
Tho compuny includes Van II. Kin
Bio. Frederick Alyn, John Foster, .1. P,
Lester, George Whitman. Harry Todd,
Beatrice Ingrain, Mario Klnule, Elolso
Davis nnd others. The cenle oppor
tunities are well utilized and tho ef
fects lire good. Matinees will also bo
given Friday nnd Saturday.
Dark First Half of Week.
The Star theatre will remain dark the
first half of this week. "The Gay Girls
of Gathom Butlesquers" Is tho attrac
tion booked for the remaining three
days. "They open with a matinee on
The company conies well recommend
ed to Manager Harrington, and com
piles sumo of tho very best talent In
the burlesque line. Pretty maidens,
clever comedians, appropriate scenery
and elaborate costumes niako up u
lalua W'ulLie llojiper will I'Mil , muilial iuiii
edj lompany of her own nest beaon,
George Ade's "ibc Snllau of Milu" to have
IU I hit peifoimauce in ( liiejuo Mmli 1,
(l(oi)ie l.ediicr has fceuirid llie Amcilciii light
to Hie Creuili lillisical ivinuly "il'llo Ceotyiu,"
"The !tinllci," with u majmlty of the pie.
cut company, will liaiu a London pieciitatiou
Hilly Van Is to line u pljy of Id, own iii'.st
j ear, In which his wife, Nellie O'Neil, il ba a
Manager KoellUr uuuouiiie lli.it meiubers of
tho (ilbiiry.lloifller cuiiipany, now pUii uu
ingaKeiuint ut WIIKm-IIjiii', aie leheaifln jii
oiliciual auiiCiille kviili by u SciuutQii writer,
whhji will be Khen a imputation upon the iu
turn if the Iroupe to tliU illj on Jan. 13.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
Wore Titan Pour Lines, ,1 Cents for Hnch Uxtra LI ns.
Toil lll'.XT-A Tmooiii liotid nt fltt I.ee lourt,
mo enirance can no iioni .uains nirmic
Apply lo Wm. T. Hacked, lid mid 18S w.nh
FOR HUNT Kloio ro.un No. 000 but Uiuiiun
venue, from April 1st, 11)03. Krotosky llios.
FOll rtKXT-$ls, one-half ol tloutilo house, In
upper Oreen llltlue; larire yaril. hatli. lint
nml eulil nater, rnnjro, electric llnhlc II. I'.
Hamilton, l'atill bullJIiur, tprme ptleet.
lilVSlOAl, M'l.TL'lli:. M.dO-TliU pllrm Is ad
citlreil In the nnpirlncs at !20. It develops
eieiy inincie in the lumian iioiiy. pent ny man
upon letilpt of .1. 1'jul fl. I'etei. acrantoii, Pa.
"I.Ol'O.MOIIII.f:" stenn cairlngc; new! ery
latet ljle nml Impiovenicnts; list pi lee,
fflWlj will sell Tor ), AiMicm "Locomohlle,"
cure Tiluune, Scraulim, Pa.
l'Olt SAM! Cor want of pse, two Rood hntiet
m.iies) one Meiiclis til'oiii. 1,100 poumti; nth
er nliout 1.1(H). Apple to Wm. II. IHthmoml,
lllehmonjl Hill, .ll'Ji North Main nunuc,
roil SAM: A fiiitu, 1 mile Irom White Mrlilge.
Ciirlmmlale, mi (iiceuhelil mul; terms to suit
purclinrer. For piutjeuliiis cull on premises or
iuMies T. (.'. Jljers.'Cnbonil.ile, Pa.
lOlt SAM! CIH'.AP-l'Ireiioml, iron luofinu, tint.
hers, tmnriN. riatillltiir. ele., fiom old lais;
Millnlilc fcie nil pin poses, .lennlnus Central
.Mines snitch, foot of ll.mpton street, olf South
1011 SAM! 'Two llnht sprlm; uaicous anil tome
liainia., cheap. Kiaiu, rear Y)1 I.ucrne
roil SAM! Cheap; hoise, rprhijt wagon and
liarnew, at No. 1820 Cedir avenue.
roil lll!N"r To eoinfoilably furnlMiul luonis
for Kcntlniicii: moilcin linpioiiiueiits; pil
vatc family, sjo Washington aienue.
l'Olt RKNT Two pinfnrinlilc (uinWicd roo'iis
for gentlemen: modem iinpioeiiiciilJ pib
ale famllv. S.10 WasliliiKton avenue.
FOR I!I!N' 'urnWied fiont loom, with hsat.
hath nnd kiis; near (unit lioihc; Rcntlcman
prcfeireil. Addles itoom, Hot 2'i'J.
FOll llHXT Furnished loom; heat and bath.
0-5 Linden street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOP 1H:nT. with heat, ras
and bath, gentlemen piefeneil, at ,VJ9 Adams
Booms nnd Bonrd.
A LAIiOl! FRONT POOM, with hoard, at 321
Adams aienue. Sultalilo lor two ouu men.
ROOMS TO RIOT, with boaid. tOD Mulberry
Wanted Boom and Board.
WAMilP Iloaul, by u iptpextablc joum; man,
Willi private family. 11. J),, Tiibuiio ofllie.
WA.VTKl) Room and bo.ud in rcfli.ed piivato
family (or three ladies; uat U exeeed fl- per
week. One located within five ininiilcj walk fiom
city hall picfeired. Addiess K. 11, Tilbuue Of
fice. Wanted To Bent.
A SMAM, FLAT OR 1101 SI!, near center of i tty,
by man and wile, AildieM W., Tilbune nfllcc.
WANTRI) TO 11I!NT 'lluee or four (uinUlicd or
mifinnKlied looms for lioiuekeepln;,'. Aihhcss
Mi .leileison aienue, ilty.
I'RIVATI! FAMILY wUhes to bale two nlec men
to board, flciman or Kneliih. Call any time
after Thuitdaj. All conieuicuies, S07 UairUon
RLMiX'TAULi: lll'.Ll fuiiiMicil to puiate houe
und hotcK, at Kmplo.iment lbueau, UJ.1
W,i-liiui;toii nicime. 'Phone, Kill.
SATUBDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS.
ie following quotations are lurnished The Tiib
by SI. S. Jord in V Comnanv. rooms 703 706
Hears building, Scranton, I'a. Telephone, 5003:
Open. High- Low- Clos
ing. ct. esi. ins:.
Aiiieikan fcuuar 117". 117a: 117'i 11 7 "a
Atchison e0T 81 SO h')?!
Atiliison, Pr. 10.1U 111 !-& KUJft lOJij,
Ain.il. Copper 70 71 OTh 7IIU
Am. Car & l'oimdiy .... ailM Hlvi :yfl 'i
llrook. Tiaitioi l)7? Oi'A WI4 liCis
Hall. ,t Ohio 107',J 1U7U lOflli 100'j
Ches. & Ohio Is 13 47ii i'Vi
I hie, & Ot. Wel '2 at'.i U3?i 2.1
Chic., Mil. i: ht. P lliii'i 107',s loOVi loOVi
t hie., It. I. & l'ae 13"i,j WflVj luu'i IMVi
Col. Fuel & lion " SSU kA. 87 87 V-
File It. It 1.1 -I9n HVs 4SVi
Kile II. It.. Pi 7194 714 TIM TFli
LouLi. .V Nash 107 107k lDT'.i lOT-li
Man. Rleiateil ,...1K?h 137 1MU 13"
Mel. Tiatlioii a.tyH 10.1 1ft) Hi!
MImo. I'aiillo lOlVj l()i, nii ioiV4
Norfolk & West .IS; CS?i .13 .VSi'.
n. v., o. kxr. ."Vj a.v.i :u mv
N. Y. Central 1II7H lil7i Hl7i,i H17'i
l'einia. 11. It IBOJfr 1'it 1W1 IMS
ReadllifiT Hy .IT'.i "7"; :,7 57
Headluu Uv 1,1. IT. ... bJH W?i i-2iH bi
Soutliein 11 .11 ;u ;MTi :UT'a
touih. Ity., I'r UHi 9H4 III pi
.Southuil l'acltlc' Illla M 111 lll'i
Tenii, Coal & lion MHC- M'U Ml du
Teas l'acillo IflU lu'i tO'i W'i
F. S. Leather li',i pu.j 12 121,
I', S. Le.illier, l'l Si Mi K! 2V,
I'. H, hteel Co IV1 t"i -tfi 4V,
f. S. hteel, I'r. H.V.; t'j p,V,i Pi's,
Scranton Board of Trndo Exchnngo
Quotations All Quotations Bnscd
on Par of 100.
Larkawanni Dally Co., I'r
County SavliiKs Hank .V Tiu,t Co..
First National Rank (Carboudale) .,
Staiul.iul Drilling Co.
Ililiil Natloml Hank
Pliiic Depeslt and DUeount lliiuk.,
Fcoi-.omy LIbIiL II. i: P. Co
Fit National Hank
LacU, Tmst Safe Deposit Co
Clark & Hnoier Co., I'r. ,,,
Scranton lion Fcuin k .M(k. Co. .,,
hcranton Axlo Woiks ,.,,
Seiuntou Pailnfs I! ink ,
Tiudfia' National Ihnk ,
Mrauton Rolt i: Nut Co .
l'eoplc'ii Rank ' ,
New Jlctlto Ity. & C. Co. ........
fcciantmi I'auenser Hallway, first
Uotteagc, duo IDiO ,-..,.
t'cuploa Miect Hallway, ftnt molt-
etist, due 1J19
People'.! street Hallway, Uineral
nioileacc, due 1U21
Hliliou llaiiufiiturliu Co
l.aeka, Towu,hlp Kibool ." per cct.
City of i-cranton bt, Imp. U per
Seianloii Tiaitlou U per mil, .,,,
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Coircctcd by 11. 0. Dale, 21 Lutkuuaima Ale)
Flout Rest patents, per barrel, fl.ltl.
Ileaiis l'er bibht), choku marioir, ,'..13,
ihiltci Fieh cieaniii, Wq. ,iuie cr..imery,
JJc; t'lliy. S3Uc.
I'lmio Full iiimiii, HUalie.
I-'S Nearby, Sir, i ktoratie. famy, l!tc.
(Jinn I'eas l'er InMiil, 1.W,
l'otatoc4 l'er bushel. lL
Ouloini-1'er bushel, ,m.
A Trip to California or Florida,
Tlioso cantempIatlnGr nueli a trip need
lout to call on tlio loeul ticket agent of
tlie Luckawunna tallroad and lio will
arianKO every detail, Including ircins
liortutiou, bertlia, reiiervatlonH and
checklntr of tags'UBo tlirotiKli to destl
iwtlonj also will furnish rates, folders,
descriptive literature and any other" In
formation ijeslred on tlio subject.
'i'hrouKh sleepers und day coaches to
Chicago. Only one change of cars to
BIIANOII WANT 0FFI0US.
Want Advortlsomonta Will Be
Beceivod at Any of tho Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. 14".
ALBERT SCIIDLTZ. bonier Mulberry
street and Webster avenue.
OUSTAV IMCIILL, CM Adams avenue.
GL'OROI! W. JUSUINS, 101 South Main
FHI!D I,. TKHITi:, 720 Cedar avenue.
OF.O. W. DAVIS, coiner North Main
kuiiuo and Market tticct.
CIIARLFS 1'. JONLS, 1357 Dickson
F. .1. JOHNS, P20 (liecn llhlite street.
C. I.ORRN., coiner tVnslilnitton ave
nue and Marlon street.
W. II. KNl!l'FI!L, 1017
In Ins avenue.
J. u. noNi: ii son.
Help Wanted Male.
WANT!!!) Faithful manager to lake ilimpo o!
distilhutiiiK depot ami office to bo opened iu
Scranton, to fuilber business intcrc-ls of old es
tablished mamifai luting concern. Salaiy, fl2"i
per month .mil c.tra ptoMK Aipllcaut must
Itirnlsli good icferences and litve nu ia,b. Ad
ilic.s iLinagcr, I'. D. llox 1J21 Philadelphia, l'.i.
WAXTF.D Pel son in cadi enmity In iciii'cnl old
establlfihed lioun', Milld tliiniiei.il al.mdlii:
ftralirht, bona-nde weekly eish hilaty of !S1S pall
hv check each Wediienl.i, with nil c.icii,im
direct fiom headciu.iiteis. Money advanced lor
expeiiaes., Fnckise sclf-mldic'soil stamped enel
oie. Manager, ;Hi) Caslon liulldinir, Chicago.
ENGINEERS WAHTED S
To bend or
all for our
Indicators. Miakiiur Urates. Funiaie lllouei-h. Sep.
aiutois, steam l'iiiuw, Alaim Water Columns,
Sheet and 1'hloii I'.uklnsf, ile. I nion steam
Specialty Co. New 'phone. 1SI Franklin aienue.
YOUXC MHN-Leain i.ipld letteiliu,- for slims
sliow c.iidj, tlikels, etc. Home j-tuili ; book
let free. W. A. Tlioinpse.il, I'ontioc, Midi.
INDUSTRIOUS, CAI'ARI.i: men can make fiom .l
to Ml) a day. Rcrfeuccs icqiilrcd. Call .'ID
WANTK1)-Ry leading Philadelphia lion,?, (hit
class salesman, to f.ell general lino o( paper
to the letall trade, one who has an nco,uiintaiite
prcfeireil: limt have best rcfcicnee and be able
to finnlsli bond. Addles P. O. Ro- 'JO?. Phila
delphia. Help Wanted Female.
FIFTY OPLRATORS WASTKD Steady work
guaianteed. W. lv. Beck & Sou, SSI) Adams
WANTED QlrH for general housework at Ualton.
Address II. T., care Tribune.
WANTHD FOR V. S. ARMY Able bodied mi
maiiied men hitiu'cu the ages of 21 and Xi;
eili7ens of the Fulled bt.lte.,, of good cbiuacter
and Icinpeiate hibils, who can-tiieik, i.id .Hid
wrile FnglMi. Foi information appl) to Reiiuit-in;,-
Olllce, No. 121 Wvomlng aienue, Scianton,
A 'HIORDL'CillLY up-to-date, tpiriinced, llr-,1-ilas
clolhing Mlesm.in. wants a job; willing
to piove efllclency and ablllt or aicept dUmis.-al
without, pay; competiiit to wiilc, edit and take
ibaige of all advci ti.-inir iu an original numiei.
Addicts J. A. Crogan, Wilkcs-Ilaiie, Pa.
A liOOl) HOTRr, MAN would like to geL rome
place lo woik evenings till 12 o'clock. Rest
lefeience given. Charles Uiur, Cienciat Delivery,
WANTLD A iHfrilion as stenoginpbcr and book
keeper; good icfercnces given; over a cai'o
e.spenencc. Addrcs., 11., Tilbune office.
SITFVITOX WANTFD-Ry a oung nun, In
ttoio as cleik; can siieak nix languages.
Addles Samuel Jacobs, 12.1 Soulli Washington
blTL'ATION WANTLD Ry bookkeeper, cpcit,
opin,, close, books, balance .sheets; tempor
al. e engagement or jieimaucnl, pan day. Lxjiert
MTFATIOX WAN'IKD An e.ipeilciiccd packer
and hbipper and lecelving cleik. .loini,: nun,
wants situation. Addicts Ro- 10, fecranton IVib
line. &1TFAT10.V WANTI!!) Ry n woman as boii.e
keepei; can give good leferenccs. Addict
M. J. M., 01 pliant, P.i.
slTlATION WAN'IKD Ry a good cook or laun-dro--;
can give good icfeienic. Mis. 1!. V,,
blTFATION WANTKD Kxpcrienicd book-keeper;
oung man; wlhes kltnutlon. Addieo, A. F.
M,, eaie Scranton Tribune.
MTl'ATION ANTi:i)-lii a Piotehtant .soung
lady; has had coiiisc In iiu-clianlc.il dimvlng;
aUo vicrleiicc In ofllco woik. Addics lOUU
Capouse avenue, tuy.
hlTFATION WANTLD to
ii out by the ilay
wasliing, boiling or cleaning. Mis, to, a,io
LADY DLSIRI'.S POSITION us bookkeeper; very
bisl of icfueiiiis. Apply ISO .laiUou sticet.
WANTLD Situation us teaimler, or any kind of
nSik, ,by luurled man well .icqiiiluted wlt'i
city. Addicss . I'., Tribiiuo oflhe,
WAXTIMl Wiuliiiiir and licnlns lo do at home,
or to go out by tho day. Addicts C II ,
SITUATION WANTLD Ry a .loiiu-r Inly lo do
geiieiai houncvvoik iu u family of (uo; elder
lv people plefiued; with piiilh.Ro of allciidliu
k'cliool two nltcruooiii or evenings cub week;
wages inodeiatc. Address "V," taie of Tilbune.
blTl'.Vl'IDV WAN'ILD-Ry uilddlo aged lady rs
housekeeper for u gcntleiniu In ciy or coun
try; best lefcreil'i's given. Object, good home
and miuliralu wug.'s, llo- 13, Tribuuu Ofllee.
Money to Loan.
ANY A.MOINT OF MONHY '10 LOAN -Quick,
straight loans or Ruildliig and Loan. At
from J loll per nut. Call un -N. V. Waikei,
311-1115 Council liiilldlng.
WANTLD-Good seconU'lund futnaee, will pay
ia,h. Addleui Lock llox 130, Scranton, Pa.
WE OFFER TO YIELD ABOUT 5
BUTE ELECTRIC (110 POWER COiil
or mute, wont.
(Duttc U (lie BKatct topper producing- city In the world.)
5 First Mortgage Sinking: Fund Gold Bonds
Denomination (l,u00, maturing 1 la 30 veais. Amply provided for by rexivo and
til king fund. Net earnings thieo and bicauailcis limes Inlirett ilurges,
Write for upoit of Mi Haiuuel ) '.ull, Pioldent ol the tblcaitv jMUou Co., urn ipeclsl
c RUDOLPH KLEYBOLTE& CO.
S I NASSAU ST.,
Va McyfTim-raiiTiiiirM lit ir mr inii imisisimiiiiii
3 Insertions 25 Certts
MoraTlun Paur l.lnei, o Cent for Much Uxtra tlm.
Cortifled Public Accountant.
nMV'ARl) C. KtUf,rirNfl,rTRADi:R3 RANK
Ilulldliur, nnd St. t'aul nulldlnR, New York.
I!I)1VAI1D II, DAVIS, AltClliri!OT, CONNELti
Knt:i)i!incic i iiiiow.v. arch, n.', ni;Au
i:tate.l'ACliaiiije Illdir., 120 Washington v.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. 1IARDINO. noil tONNL'Mi IUHLDIN0.
nrt. c. i:. i:im:nri:ikii:r, fauli ruildino,
bpruce ttroef, Keranton.
D1L C. O. LAURACif. 115 U'VOMIMO AVnNUB.
FRANK I!. ROYLI.', ATrOR.NF.Y.AT-LAW.
Hooim 12, H, io and 13 Ilurr llulldlnu.
r. K. TRACY, ATT'Y, COMMONWEALTH ULDO.
D. D. RLPLOllLI!, ATrailNRY-LOANH NHGO
tlated on real estate security. Mer Uulldln?,
corner Washington avenue and Spetico street.
U'lLLARD, WAHRR.V k KNAPP, A1T0RNI!Y3
and ioiinsellors-at-law. Republican Ruildlns,
JI!SSUl k JLSSIJP, ATTORNRY3 AND COUN-
jellois-at-liw. Cominonwealtli Rulldlne, Rpomi
10, 20 nnd 21.
''WARD W. TIIAYLR. ATIORNLY, I!
M-lgOI,f)th lloor, Mean buildlnj.
L. A. WATRRI, ATTORNRY-AT-LAW, HOARD
of liailo lliilldlng, Scranton, I'a,
PATITRSON k WILCOX, 'rnADt:R's"NATIONAfI
C. COMLOVg, g.J J ni 1UIRL1CAN RUILDINO.
W. IIEIITIIOLP. ori'lCI! MOVRD TO NO.
211 Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Dii. W. F. ALLFjN. 51S NORTH WA3HINGTOM
DR. S. V. I,'AMORKU.V, OFFICII 339 WASH
inglon aienue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry.
Chronic atscuex, lu.iss, heart, kldnc)S and
Rcnlto-urliiaj-y organs a specialty. Houu, 1
to 4 p. in.
Hotels and Bestaurants.
TIIH i!I,K CAFF. 12S AND 127 FRANKLIN AVK
nue. Rates icasoiiable. '
P. ZIFOLRR, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSi:, NF.AR D., L. .V W. PAS
sengcr depot. Conducted nn tho Kuropeau
plan. VICTOR KOCH, Propiietor.
A. R. RIlICGiJ CLKAKS PRIVY VAULTS AND
ceea pools; no dor; only improvid pumps ued.
A. II. Brlgg", iroprletor. Leave oiders llofl
North Main avenue, or Lleke'n drug store, cor
ner Adams and Mulberiy. Roth telephones.
G. K. CLARKI! k CO.. S1!F.DSMFN AND NURS
erjmen, stoic 201 Washington avenue; gieen
homes, 1II5U Not tli Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KtiF.nT.L, HF.AII Sll LACKA. " AVI!..
Scianton, Pa., manufactuicr of Wlro Screens.
DRFSSMAKINa FOR CIIILDni'.N TO OHDKR:
also ladles waists. Louise Shoemaker, 2U
JIKGAItGM: RROS., PIHNTr.Rb' SUPPLIRS, I!N
clopcs, paper bags, tvvine. Warehouse, 1JQ
Wttsblngtcn avenue, Scianton, Pa.
TI1K WILKl!&RARRK RIXORD CAN DR HAD
in Scranton at tho news btands of RcUmau
Ilros., too fpruce and 50J Linden; M. Norton,
322 Lackawanna avenue; I. S. Schutzer, 211
HAVK OU village, city or town property, busi
ness or stock of goods to sell or exchan.'
I.i,t jour pioperly with J. L. Tiacy, Real litato
Hxihange, Waverly, K. Y".
STOCK AND WIIIIAT TRADRRS without delay.
Wiitc for our special market letter. Tree on
application. S. M. Hlbbarii : Co., members' N.
Y. Consolidated and Stock bxcliange, 41 and 1G
Rioadway, New Yolk. lMablishcd ISrtl. Long
HUtancc' Phone 2383 Broad.
' Beal Estate.
FOR SAM! A large block of buildings on tho
coiner of Drinker and Chestnut sticets; four
large ttoie buildings and one hotel. Inquire of
(leorge W. Front, No. 401 Fast Drinker btreet,
FOB SALE One acre ot Und, improied with
nine-room house; plenty and variety of fruit;
good location in village o( Flcctville. Mrs. Oliva
FUR, Fleetville, Pa.
NOT1CI! IS HF.RLHY (I1VF.N that the annual
meeting of the slot kholdeis of the Poyntelle
Ice company will be held at the ofllco of tho
president, corner ot vvaMiingiou iiienuo uuu i.ni-
. ,i,, Litnoi. m, Moinl.iv. .1.111. 20. at '2 ii. m.. (or
I the nmnoac ut I'lrcliiiir dlieclois and traiv-actlnir
f-uili oilier uunlncn an may come lieforo llio meet
lug. 1!. A. CLARK, Secietar.
IN Till: DISTIHOT ( 01'HT of thu United States
for tho Middle dUtilct o( Peim,lvanl.i. Iu
(he matter ot Cliihtlaii I!, Conner, bankrupt. No.
Itll iu baiiktuplcy.
To tho iiedltoii of Christian )!, Conner, of
Suantoii, In the cnuuty of laickawanna, ami ills,
tiict aforesaid a bankiiipt; or Conner k Co., of
Lur-euie, Pa.: v
Nollie is beicbv givin (bat on (he Sd day ni
January. A. D. 1U0J, Hits s.ild C. J!. Connir was
dulv adjudlcatul bankiiipt; and that the fii,t
meeting nf his ucdltois will bo held at tlio
off'ue ut the Refeue III (ho (loierunieut building,
iu the illv of Sciaiuon, I'a., on tho lllH diy
of J.inuiiy, A. D. ICO, at 10 o'lloeki Intlio
loreiinon, at which Hire tho tubl cnslllnr miv
atliiul, pime their claims, appoint a trustee, ev
.nn I uc- llie bankiiipt, and luiu-ait t-ut Ii oilier
business: as may piopeily lonie before said meet
ing. ('. A. VN WORMF.lt, lUffiee,
Miaiitoii, Pa., 1002.
Pioot of claim, SO mil..
I, F. MEQARQEL & CO.,
STOCKS, BONDS, SECURITIES
I, r. Megaigcl. Itoy ChcateV' ifegarfil.
iiiiiiiiiiiisi ! iiMiiiiwiMiMMattagaMtigals