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ME SCRANTON TlUJ&UNJMtONDAY, JANUARY' 13, 1002.
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SMALL POX AT PITTSTON.
two Ittore Cftses Addocl to tho List.
Traction Company riunigntos Its
Cars Other Pittston Notes,
-fpecl.il to the Scunton Tribune.
t'lttstoii. Jim. 12. Tin- slimllpox Hlttl
htlon finds two now uiikch here hIiicc
yesterday. 13otli hip located In 1'IUh
ton, the one MIhs McDonnell, it young
lady residing on Market street, near
Wain was reported to the health au
thorities last nlRht and a riimrantlno
Immediately estahllshed. The second
citso developed today, and while It had
not licen teportrd to the health hoard
tip to 5 o'clock this afternoon, tho
jihyslclnn In attendance felt quite posi
tive It was a ease of smallpox, and the
name precaution will he taken lis else
where. The victim Is Jlrs. Theodore
Ilrotlguii, of Broad street, whoso hus
band conducts tho Vienna eating house
on South Jlaln street. As yet no deaths
luivc resulted, althouRli the Allen girl
tho llrst "West I'lttston case Is re
ported In a eiltlcal condition and death
Is momentarily expected.
A daughter of Lyshon Kvuns, of Par
sonage stieet, was pronounced a vic
tim of tho disease on Saturday morn
ing, making tho llrst case in Hughes
town boiough. The total number of
cases Is now fouitecn, in this vicinity.
Almost every precaution has been taken
to check the spread of the disease. The
West Plttston public schools were fumi
gated yesterday very thoioughly and
tlto schools will bu kept open for the
present at least, althouch the danee
halls have been closed. The "Wyoming
Valley Traction company have fumi
gated all ears that run throush this
vicinity, and nianv of the merchants
liavo done the same lliinir at their
stores. Mayor Corcoran has issued a
proclamation cloning all dnneo hulls
and places of amusements In Plttston
city, and tho school board has been re
quested to close the nubile schools.
Dr. A. X. Mahou, eldest son of Dr. J.
11. Million, or this city, died last night
at S o'clock at the home of his father,
on North Main street, this pity. Death
resulted from a relapse of malarial
fever anil a general nervous prostra
tion. Dr. Million hart served as a sur-
Sonic lime ago there was a notable
automobile procession in the city of Buf
falo, X. Y. It was notable for its size, and
albo for the fact that it was entirely com
posed of automobile wagons (like that
in the cut above), built to distribute
the advertising literature of the World's
Dispensary Medical Association, propri
etors and manufacturers of Dr. Tierce's
medicines. In many a town and village
Dr. Pierce's automobile has been the
pioneer horsele3s vehicle. These wagons,
i.cnt to every important section of the
country, are doing more than merely
advertise Dr. Pierce's Remedies they
are pioneers of progress, heralds of the
And this is iti keeping with the record
made by Dr. Pierce and his famous pre
parations, which have always kept in
the front on their merits. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is still the
leading medicine for disorders and dis
eases of the stomach and digestive and
nutritive systems, for the purifying of
the blood and healing of weak lungs.
Women place Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription in the front of all put-up
medicines specially designed for women's
use. The wide benefits this medicine
lias brought to women have been well
summed up in the words " makes weak
ttvmett strong and sick women well."
The reputation of Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Pellets as a safe aud effective laxa
tive for family use is international, m
It may be asserted without fear of con
tradiction that no other firm or company
engaged in the vending of put-up medi
cines can rank with the World's Dispen
sary Medical Association, either in the
opinion of the medical profession or of
the intelligent public. The Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, which is
connected with the "World's Dispen
sary," is alone sufficient to prove this
hupremacy. Here is a great modem
hospital, always filled with patients.
where every day successful operations
are performed on men and women whose
diseases demand the aid of surgery. Xo
hospital in Uuffalo is better equipped,
with respect to its modern appliances, or
the- surgical ability of its staff. Dr. R. V.
Pierce, the chief consulting physician of
this great institution, has associated with
himself nearly a score of physicians,
each man being a picked man, chosen
for his ability in the treatment aud cure
of some speciul form of disease.
The offer that Dr. Pierce makes to
men and women suffering with chronic
diseases of a tee consultation by letter,
is really without a parallel, It places
without cost or charge the entire re
sources of a great medical institute at
the service of the tick. Such an offer is
not for one moment to be confounded
with those offers of "free medical advice"
which are made by people who are not
physicians, cannot and do not practice
medicine, and ure only saved from pro
secution by artfully wording their adver
tisements so that they give the impres
sion that they are physicians without
making the claim to be licensed.
Those who write to Dr, Pierce, chief
consulting physician to the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N, Y may do so with the assurance that
they will receive pot only the advice of'
a competent physician, but the advice
of a physician whose wide experience
ju the treutment and cure of disease, aud
whose sympathy with human buffering
leads him to take ri deep, personal inter
est in all those who seek his help and
that of his associate staff of specialists.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser (in paper
covers), containing jooH large pages, is
sent free on receipt of at one-cent
btumps, or 31 cents for the cloth-bound
volume, to pay expense ot mailing only.
.uress ut, ., v. rierce, miuaio, is, i.
goon on the rnlted Hiiiles transport
McGlollntr, accompanying- the vessel to
this Philippines. Upon reaching the
wnrm climate the doctor wiih taken III
with malarial fever mid typhoid, and
for Bomo time was confined In a hos
pital ut Manila. Upon lecoverlng, he
returned to his home here, urrlvlng last
November. Up never regained his nor
mal health, however, and liln constitu
tion beriuno weaker day by day, and
for the past week or tuore his relatives
became aware that tho chances for ip
covery were slight. His enlistment In
the United Stutoa service covered a
period of two years. Deceased was Sit)
years of age. The funeral will take
place Tuesday at 10 a. in. and will be
private. Interment will bo In the Slck
ler cemetery, Luke WJnolii.
Mtu William Davis and daughter, of
Uellevue, are spending u week with
relatives at West Plttston.
John Ucnflcld, of Fremont stieet, for
the past few years bookkeeper for Heal
ERtute Agent P. II. Hanker, has re
signed his position to nccept one at the
Can you find tho boys who knocked
off the policeman's hat with snow-balls.
Solutions for Last Weok'o Puzzles:
Monday, Jan. C The cut U between the faces
of tho children (o the light. '",e 'os is in H'c
brandies to the left. The rabbit is in the loner
light-hand corner and the duck L) at the top of
Tuesday, Jan. ".One policemiii is under ihe
Wclehinan'fl left arm and the other is to 1he
light of his head.
First National bank. To fill the vacancy
on the board of directors of that insti
tution, made by the death of Thomas
Ford, the various employes of the bank
will be advanced a step. Mr. W. H.
Watson, at present cashier, will take
Mr. Ford's place, and Mr. Crime will be
the new cashier. The change will take
place February 1.
Nathan De Frehn, a middle-aged
man, died at his homo on Washington
stieet, West Plttston, this morning at
7 o'clock, after several weeks' illness.
United States Spcret Service Agent
Criflltb was a caller hero yesterday.
Mr. Grimth rame hero from Potlsvillo
and had with him a satchel full of
counterfeit coins, which ho gathered in
County Commissioner John M. Jones
and Select Councilman George Buss
will sit as jurors nt the session of the
Supreme court, at Wllllamsport, this
Mutthew Smith, of West Plttston,
who was severely injured in an ex
plosion at the Vulcan Iron works,
about a month ago, is Improving very
nicely at tho Plttston hospital. It is
thought his complete recovery Is but a.
question of a short time, and is a wel
come surprise to his friends and oven
the attending physicians, who hud but
little hope for his recovery, owing to
the extent und nature or his injuries.
The physicians say it is n phenomenal
case, showing how a man's grit can
carry him through u seemingly fatal
Special to the Perantoti Tribune.
Tunkhutmock, January 12. The fol
lowing officers of the Junior
Order of American Mechanics were In
stalled at the Grand Army hull on
Thursday evening, January y, by Dis
trict Deputy John Luckenblll, of this
place, viz: Councillor, Kdno Wake
field; Jr. past councillor, John Drown;
vice-councillor, Luther Uarker; record
ing secretary, Elmer Ide; assistant
recording secretary, Porter Lucken
blll; financial secretary, ChurloH
Welch; treasurer, Edwin U, Phlimey;
chaplain, Freeman Welch; conductor,
J, G. Hedford; warden, William A.
Miner; Insldo sentinel, Thomas Rob
inson; outsldo Heutlncl, James Jlullock;
trustees, Hobert Graham and Thomas
O, Dow DoWItt, while assisting In
loading some mine props, slipped and
fell from tho car to the giaund, sprain
ing one of his ankles with which he is
now confined to the house.
District Attorney O. Smith Khmer
was doing business at Nicholson on
Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllmot E. Carpenter
aro visiting their daughter at Elmlra,
Rev. Henry Stung, of Wuverly, X.
Y was the guest ot his cousin, Mrs,
Stephen Robertson, on Serond street,
Mis, Francis Billings, who has been
visiting her son, w. P. Billings, at
Kingston, Pa., the past week, icturned
home on Putin day.
&leilul tu the fccrauton Tribune,
Wlimnertf, Juu, 10. Mr. II. P. Smith
s homo from Scranton visiting friends.
Revlvul meetings nt the Evangelical
church are quite well attended and
considerable Interest Is shown.
Mrs. George Black and Mrs. C Alt
are on tho sick last.
Miss Olive Skinner has an interest
ing school at Jubilee. The children aru
expert In gymnastics which adds to
their refinement and culture.
The farmers are cutting ico and 1111-
lug their Ico houses. Tho Ice Is of su
Tho postofllce at Jubilee Is now In the
hands of Mr. J. Edwards.
A party of two sleigh loads of ladles
and gentlemen went from Jubilee- to
Hcrnnton for a sleigh rldo tonight.
Mr, F. Harris, 03 years of age, Who
fell on the Ice about a week ago and
broke his leg, Is resting comfortably
under the care of Dr. Flke,
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
The Board of Health, of the borough
of Jermyn, have just Issued n report
of the number of deaths and cnuses
for tho past year. Krom a perusal of
the report tho borough seems to have
had an unusually healthy year us far
as zymotic diseases are concerned. The
total number of deaths were 20, divid
ed as follows: First ward, H; Second
ward, 7; Thlul ward, 8. The cuuses ot
deuth were: Cancer, Hi pneumonia, 5;
injury, 1; suicide, l: spina bifida, 1;
convulsions, 1; brnln softening, 1:
senile decay, .1: la grippe, 1: chronic
diarrhoea, 1; apoplexy, 1; child birth,
lj consumption, 1: measles, 1; angina
poctoils, 1; epilepsy. 1; heart disease,
; Urlght's disease, S. The deaths un
der 10 years of ago were R: between 10
and 20 years, 0; from !10 to 40 years, fi;
from 40 to iiO years, 3; from CO to 00
years, Cj from CO to 70 years, S: from
70 to 80 yenrs, 3; from SO to 00 years, 1;
over 90 years, 3. -
Mrs. James Timlin, of Main street,
Wednesday, .Ian. S. Loir Cabin. Shelter Tent.
Thin mIj.v, Jan. p. Kmpty tasks make tlu iuot
1'iiday, Jan. 10. llluc lleaid's fc.Ulius fuim one
brother and his beanl fouus the ntliet. 'J lie
knave is also formed by the beaul.
fcatmdiy, Jan. 11 Chalks Dickens.
who was taken seriously ill several
days ago, was taken to Wheeler's hos
pital, Carbondale, where last 'Friday
tin operation was performed upon bot
hy Dr. Reed Burns, of Scranton, as
sisted by Dr. Graves, of this borough.
She is reported to have been greatly
relieved by the operation and her re
covery Is looked for. Mr. Timlin has
also been ill for over a week but has
much improved the past few days.
District Deputy Thomas Watts, of
VandTlng, visited Liberty lodge, No.
1S8, Knights of Pythias on Friday ev
ening and installed the following ofil
ceis: Chancellor commander, Henry
Langman; vice chancellor, David
Thomas; master nt arms, Andrew
Richards; master of work, William
Rosenmorgy; master of exchequer,
George Pendered; prelate, George
Blake; inside guard, Thomas Wignall;
outsldo guard, James Langman; trus
tee, Wllllnm Williams. The district
deputy was assisted by David Jenkins,
master at arms and Samuel Waters,
The indications are that the trouble
resulting In the shut down at the Del
aware and Hudson colliery will bo ad
justed In a day or two and the men
will again be put to' work. A commit
tee of tho mine workers were at Scran
ton on Saturday and had an Interview
with Superintendent Rose, the result of
their Interview being reported at u
spe clal meeting of the local held in
tho evening. The colliery has been Idle
since January 1.
Mr. Williuni M. Murdock ot tills
place and Miss Ida Hughes ot Pltts
ton wore by an unpretentious ceio
mony joined in holy matrimony by
Rev. Dr. Harshaw at the West Side
Presbyterian parsonage In the latter
town. There were no attendants and
only a few close friends witnessed the
Impressivo ceremony. Mr. Murdock Is
a young man of much promise, being
tho manager of the Nelson Mori Is es
tablishment. The bride Is a young
lady of fascinating appearance and
possesses many charms and accom
The suhciul board ment In regular ses
sion on Friday night with all members
pieseut except Mr. McMeanes. The re
signation of Mrs. John Dunnlgau as
junltress ot tho First ward school was
accepted und on motion of Mr, Lena
ban, Lawrence Howard was chosen us
her Buccobsor, Tha following bills were
ordered paid: Mrs. James J, Lynch,
M7.M: Olyphunt Record, ?23; Martin
Deinpspy, jsti: Olyphunt Water com
pany. ?30; W. H. McDonnell, $228;
Michael Hustings, V; W. II. Rolls,
53S.1; Ilfinpter Bros., $15; Peck Lumber
company, ?G.03s James J. O'Mulley,
$129,75; H. J. Evans, ' $11.50; Edward
Mornn, $15; E. O. Newcomb, $23; M, J,
Geaiy, $159,70. Asbessor Peter Ingles
by was authorized to hho an assistant
tu act as Interpreter. Attorney James
J. O'Mulley reported that tho case of
Casoy & Kelly versus tho school dis
trict, in which tho title of a plot of
ground In tho Fourth ward was In
volved, was decided In favor of tho
Democratic primaries weie held In
ttc various wards on Saturday, ex
cept In the Second, which will bo held
on Saturday next, Tho following
nominations wcic made: Justice of the
peace, Joseph A. Dolphin; uudltor,
Thomus F. Mcllule. First ward, coun
cil. John V. Fuddeii; school director,
Thomus F, Nealonj judge of election,
M. r. Ciumoii; Inspector, pi. J, How
ard; high constable, Michael Mauros
choch: constable, p, A. Cannon. Third
ward, council, Edward Jugicsby; school
director, Thomns I.enuhan; constable,
OarrnwifoM will MtarmlnfttA UnAeliM. Mftllm. IU.I Utlf .
PoultfrVtrmln. I.lcon Cktt1e.IlKnU.noat IlniliM, Flftl on
di. T)ircmnt lit wlnrolt l mod. t,nrg ran 'M r
5ii at. Ttik fownsri "" n'M i rjr ' ' r '
fallen nt Cknkdk. FpMial trlifi tn deslen. WtlH tor
rr! on kny klo.l of tlirroathbrfl roltry or tr M Jon v flrit
to I07. AgaM) wantfd, Tntfllnit mm la Mil M ll";
FcnnxH enl nt trial order for onr enperior quality of
j.ou&cco IJUIl. 11"' it" iniipen in eacn rtr, sj per ti
BiURS FowctR Co., I!ox CCS, Soranlon, l'.
SATURDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS.
The following quotations arc liirnithed Tin1 Trib
une by SI. 8. .Ionian k Company, ruome 7M 70J
llcirt bnllillnir, Scranton. I'j. Telephone, 0003!
Open. lllKh- Low- Clos
ing, cat. of. In;.
.mcilcm Sujrjr 122V4 Jilli ljlH lil'i
AtcliNon 77 "Si 77"i 7S'j
.Uchlmii, l'r S?i 01T Wl IDT.
Atrial. Copper 70 71U 70yi 70vi
Am. Car i: fonmliy .... 2lli 2lft 2'JVii !"4
llrook. Tract Ion Wl8 (17 Ui)a Ml,
Halt. & Ohl lot HHIi lOJ lOVJ
('he & Ohio 1(1 mil 40)1, 40'K
Chic, k (It. West 'J2H 'il 2J' 'il
Chic, 3111 & St. I IKIto ICITJi 111) 10.li.fi
Clilc. H. I. .t l',ic 160 15H4 ISO IROVi
llrlo It. II ll4 - 41V, ttVi
llrle It. It., Pi. M 7.ift .i nVt 7.1ti
l.oul-1. J: xakli. a HUH luo 105 io',V
Man. Klouteil lwft 1811?; 1? Mill,
Jli'l. Tiui'tlim in.!'. 16.'li lfl.it i idii,
Mlo. r.ii'lllc 102tn lO-l 10-J 1II2
Xuifnlk A: Weil 5u?', (""i (iv1! 57
X. v.. o. k W :hoj id; am :tiu
N. V. ('rutin! Id. 1b.Vh lill'i 11,4,
I'cmia. It, It Ill) ll'Hi usqi 14f4
Heading Hy fi1-!i M1 "i 85
"cnithein Hy. :u suva Ki :i;u
Smith. lt.. Pi My, ihr, nJU ll m
Southern I'.ielllc i,0',i (p!'v (,i)i, ilit
Term. Coal k lion WVi Ul ii.lV- Wii
f. H. beJtlier 12 12 nV HT'
Union l'ai-iflo 102 miVJ 102 U2?i
I. S. Steel Co . 4') l,!U 4J?1
1". S. Steel. IV. IWV-j !C !inH I'll'.
Western Union IM'X lil-t, HI"; 2in
Wabasli, l'r , I2!s I2?'i !'.. 421;
Scranton Board of Trade Exchango
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dally Co., Pr
County SavlnffR Hank & Tiu-,t Co..
First National Bank (Caibondalc) ..
Standard Drllllrur Co
Tlilid Xatlonal II ink
Dime Deposit und DUcount Dank..
Economy Light. II. & P. Co
I'irst Xatloii.il Hank
Lacka. Tnut Safe Deposit Co
Clatk k Snovcr Co., l'r.
Scranton Iron Tcncc k Mfs. Co. ...
Scianton Axle Works
Scullion Savings Rank
Traders' National liink
Scranton Molt .V Nut Co.
People's Bank ."
New Mexico Hy. k C. Co
Scranton I'ansencor Hallway, flrat
llcrtsagc, due 1020
People's Stieet Hallway, fltst mort
gage, due 101S
People's Street Railway, Ocneial
mortgage, due 1021
Diclon Jlamif.u luring Co
Lacka. Township School 0 pc.- cent.
City of Scranton St. Imp. 0 per
Scranton Traction 0 ier cent
tV.LuMtaftS.rvr..WA . .
' Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Coircctid hy II. C. Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ae)
r'lom Best pjtcnts, per barrel, .ft. DO.
Beans Per bushel, cl.oico maiiow, $2.55.
Butter Prosit cieamci, 2Uc ; .lino cr.Mmery,
24i.j dairy. aTic.
Cheese Pull ticani, lHS.il2e.
I.'ggs eaiby. 32c; ktoragc. (amy, 19!se.
(iieen 1'cas Per busliel, irl.50.
Potatoes Per bunel, .!.
Onions Per bushel, $1.10.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
Philadelphia, Jan. 12.- T.iw lock ueeiuts for
neck: Cattle, 2.W.I; fliecp. ,253; hogs, SI.4W).
Cattle Jhiiket Ann und mllie nt tcncially un
changed piices; best, ..t 25a0..V)i choke, trill
ii.2i; good, $j.5Uili.iQ; midluui, isj.i5.23. Sheep
and LaiuKs Values steadily liiaint.iiiKil owln,r
to tlic supply not beinsr pccmc- and denund
sufficient to promptly dUpu'i; of the inot desir
able oircrini;.?. Sheep, etia, IVi.il'ii .; choli c,
::iate. : goo, SVi.i.llie. ; inwlnmi, 2:)4 i3ic. : com
mon, 3?iaJiic. ; lambs, Jt.ai l-3i. Hogs Stiong
feeling piiv.uling tlie maikci and pike? i lo'pd
Tinner Willi stoi'k well di-po.-.ed of; western, M-'..i
Ik.; fat cowb, iaatlc: thin cows, ici:c. Veal
lalies in tteuly demand at imO'&c. ; e.Mr.i choice,
T'saSo.; common, 3i,ii3c. Sfilch tows of the lust
glades only held from S40i30: lomi'ioii to fair
in light Inquiry at 20a30; dieted rIccm. SaSc.j
dies-oil con-, bUa'c ; dieted lambs, Salle.
ACADKMV llocfller-dlbney oompjnj. After
noon aud night.
h'l'AH Tho Big Sensation Huilo-quei...
Matinee Today nt Academy.
Jack Iloelllcr, manager of, I ho UUme; -Hot flier
company, whUli Is to appear' in repertolic at the
Academy of Jlu-lc, arrived in tlic city fiom
WUJ.es-llanu jcsleiday. The company opened a
wiVk'rf cngageincnt at Wlkea.narre last Monday,
and played tu lap.nity there eioiy night, 'Hie
ncwspapei-s of that oily (.peak in the highest
tains of their piodiutlonj.
"Like the ohl time ilicns, v.e aie huger and
boiler than ever thl.s season," fald Mr, Hoefller,
"f am ipille well sitialled thlt the people of thin
city uho Imp seen our piodtu lions for many
jmh past will agree- with men, after they liaie
teen Ihe lint peiformame heie, that we liavo the
ttiongest and boU rouipany we liaie cer taktn
on tho load. Tiieie will be a t pccl.il Monday
luatliiee, tlie play being 'Our Littlo Minlsler,''
and at night we will give Lewis Jfoirison'i) 'Hie
Big Sensation. Company.
Tin' new Big Seii.itlon compmy will be the
licit attiaetiou at the Star theater, opening to
day. Ah the iiiJiugemtut dt lines liU woid nil
cciiiDion, because never beforo haii tiitli an ag
gregnllou been teen together. In one company,
unusual, for ciy fccldom Is bucIi a lilgli-iriccd lot
of peifouueia M-rn toelher In one conipnayj mi.
niiulkd, as no other company now- on the road
gives such tlevei pfifoiin.iiuci unexcelled, ad the
company U made up of Ihe best l.'uropeau ami
Anierltan vaudeville tnlcnt to be piociucd,
An olio of uiir(tllril iiieiioit.v : Convoy and
Keelcr, IiUH comcdlnii; Collins and Collins, the
ilcrcret In their particular lino nf entertainment;
the Batehelor Maters, the only nnuliul bUter act
In the w oi il; 1'jinuiii and .Neloun, the gicjtc.-t
aiiolulie' act ever witneseclj thu Newell Sitters,
hlugei-i and dauctls, and the eleetrle' tpaik, ,lcle
l.e Coy, who iinllJtn no one and ran .iln-.id bo
ioiinb-1 upon to iiilerlaiu. 'I lie Miow is uue of
Iho best dai.-iil we aie likely to have lit ui
this h'.isod, and is under the )lc luauagemenl of
James II, I'ail.er. Matinee cveiy d.ij.
"Llllle l.uul 1 '.inn tin oy" is to be leiived In
I'. 1". 1'ioetor Is oigjiiUIni; a stock company
for pcimaueiit iitideucu in Montreal.
John k lu'llird will make ono moic tij of
"Tim Cipher ("ode" later in ihe season.
Sew Voik capitalists aiet thinking biliously of
crcitlng a building for a permanent clicus,
Weber ami I'lelds jjlll IihikIIo "Du llany" and
Mis. I.cilie (alter In their next builcbquc,
Billy Lmer-siiii, Mm oldtiuie mliistrel, Is in
want in San I'lancU'U. und will be given a bene
At. Kzia Kendjll is to be one of next reason's ttjri.
The LU'blcr company will luuille the managerial
re I us.
Mildred Holland is now having daily ichcuisala
of her new lonunlic claiiii, "The Lily und ihe
Prince," written by Lailua Jordan, which will bo
pioduecd In Uuilalo the iomlii Fpilu". ller lole
will be that of u joung Italian glil, and calls
for high comedy as well u a wide range of
emotloiul work. The ui'ni' Is laid ut I'loienec, jit
Sunny Italy, lha Und of lirixhtncts and ronuuee.
)lii llollaiidli very niucli plcssed with the new
4 Lines 10 Cents
MoreThnn t-'our Llnef, 3 Cents for Each Hxlro Line.
I'OIl ItnXT rive-room flail nil Improvements,
including leam heat, ?ll. Also one 5-ioom
house, $3. Oreen Itldgo Lumber Co.
I'Olt lli:N'T-?12, r-room hoasc.-wltli bath, range
double heater, etc, Kntrnncc from Sluln avn.
uue. Inquire 431 South Slain avenue or A. 1.
llclscr, 102 South Main iiveuur.
KOH lti:.'T Speedway Hotel. Apply lo .1. SI.
Kctumeier, 123 rranUllii avenue.
I'Olt ItllST $19, nnMialt of double Iioue, In
Upper (liccn Hldgei latRC yaid, lutli. hot
and told water, lane, elrctrlo llnht. H. I.
Hamilton, l'aull building, bprueo sheet.
Wanted To Rent.
HOl'fti: VNTi:i)-0n or betoie April 1st, with 0
or K looms, ncJr central pan of cits . Al
clrcts II. ' Tribune plllce.
M'ANTIII) TO UH.Vr Three or four furnlied or
unfurnished lootnt for lioiuekceplng, Address
.12.1 JelTerson itvcnue, city.
l'OIl SAl.B Slllk lotito and cows, together or
I'Cpaintc. Addicsa Harvey Jaeipies, MoimIp, I'.i.
l'Olv SALII Shaving'", favvdust und kindling w-ooi),
At Anslej's Lumber V.ud, fcUl Stiantoti St.
A ltANDSOSIi: driving team lov n.ile. Antlclp.it
Inif .1 pmtrailed tlip ahtoad, offer for mIc
ii fine pair of biy hoisen, sK und hcvcii )cam
old, 1,'U Iiumls lilgh, sound ami hind. Muglo or
double, A laie b.ugaln fin any one vvlm wants
u valuable unci pleasant tcim tu ililvc. I'eifcetly
mitt lied. Apply to II. XI. Holes, Olllco of Moosie
Powder Co., Commonwealth building.
I'Olt SALi: Special model Loeomoblle, cost slri-,;
nearly nevv'i ptrfect condition; luu- steamer;
will sell at nine for ;500. 11. ,!. II., Tilbnnc ot
flee. I'OIl SALi: One 1,200 lb. winking hoise, one
1,00(1 lb. (hiving in woiklng nunc, well bled
and would make u good blood mate; also Divid
Coppeilleld, paeei, 2.25H, buy gelding, lmiuiie
J. II. Lidwiv, l(. stole, or at bam, leal 5"(l
M. mining avenue.
I'OIl SALII The bar und fixtures of Hie I'liion
Hotel on Lackawanna Miecl, Oil phant. Lo
cation excellent. Lodges meet in building. Sell
ing out on account of ill health. T. 1'. Jones,
I'Olt SU.lI-Slock of the international Text Hook
Company of Sciapton (humeri the Odllciy
Lnglnccr Co.), Chas. O. S.iudeton, IIHI oming
avenue, Seianton, 1'a.
I'Olt SALi: CfllkM'-l'iiewood. iron roofing, tim
bers, boards, scantling, etc., tioni old cars;
suitable for ell purpoes. Jennings, Central
Slines switch, foot of Hampton street, off South
t'OH SALi: Two light spring wagoni aud unmo
IiainiM, cheap. I'.vans, rear 112 laiierne
I'OU SALi: Clienp; hoise, spring wagon and
harness, at Xo. 1S20 Cedar avenue.
Pt'HLIC SALL We will sell at public bale for
the benefit of whom it may eoiuciu, on Wed
ncsdty, Januaiv 22, ut 10 o'clock a. in,, at tho
Sherifl's ofllec, in tlfl Court House, of the City
of Seiastou, two (2) bh.ues of stod. of the
Stowers' Polk Packing and Provision Conipany,
tho t-amc being held us rollnleial to a nute,
Wi:LI.i:S i- TOnnr.V. Altorne.vs.
FOIt SALi: One acre of land, improved with
nine-room houe; plenty and vaiicty nf fnilt;
good location in village ot l'lcetville. Mrs. Olive
Fish, Fleetville, Pa.
I'OIl HHNT Two comfortably furnished looms
for gentlemen; modern impiovcmcnts; pii
vate family. 330 Washington avenue.
I'OH HUNT KurnWied front room, with beat,
bath and gas; near eouit bouse; gentleman
prefericd. Addre-s lloom, Hox 200.
I'OI? JtKXT ruruiihed loom; heat and bath.
UC5 Linden street.
FUHNISIinD IIOOMS FOR ni'.NT. with heat. pn
and bath, gentlemen prefericd, at b9 Aclatni
WAN'Ti:!) Second-hind mine amhulince. Ad-dic-s
H. 1). C. Plttston.
WANTKD Good second-hand furnjec, will pay
cash. Address Lock Do.x ISO, Scranton, Pa.
Unfurnished Rooms Wanted.
WANTED- April 1, three or four unfurnished
looms, located above Adams and not above
Xtonioe, between Pine and Linden sheets. Ad
dicas J. V., Tribune otllcc.
ANV AMOUNT OF SIONllV TO LOAN Quick,
straight loans or Uulldlng and Ion. At
fiom 1 lo 0 per cent. Cull on N. V. Walker,
Ul 1-315 Council building.
UOAtlllKtlS N ANTi:0 Nice looms, good loca
Hon. HIS Jackson street.
1'ltlVATIl FAMILY wishes to lave two nice men
to board, Gcitnan or English. Call any time
after Thureday. All conveniences, &07 Harrison
LOST Ciolil and enamel watch eh.irin with I. C.
s. monogiam; liberal lcwutd toi return to W,
P, Wciclici. ColIIeiy Kngiucer Co,, main build.
Ing, Wyoming avenue,
play, mid hopes: to duplicate the success she made
as Alia in "The Power' llehliid the 'Ihrone,"
Mlulioel MurnhS', aged 00 yearn, died
at Ills home In PlttHton townnliip on
Saturday mornlns. Deceased had been
rilling; for only a short time, and al
though he had spent many years ot
usefulneHS, his death yvos iot expected,
He is survived hy tlie following chil
dren: James, of Laflln; "Mrs. M. J. Jle
Andrew, of Yoiiiigntown, Ohio; Klla and
Kltzabeth, of Plilladelphln; Jennie and
13iiiina, at home; Sister Oregorj', of St.
Paul's convent, Oreen Hldgo, and Slbtcr
IDaslljitlleiis, of Villa, Philadelphia. Tlio
funeral xvlll take place tomorrow morn
ing nt 10 o'clock. A requiem mass will
he celelnuted In St. John's church. In
tel merit will be In Murket street ceme
tery. Thomas Lacovltch, tho little fellow
who fell from ono of tlie extended roofs
of Heidelberg breaker, wlillo trying to
reach an icicle from above, died at the
home of his parents, In Dupont, it few
hours later, The funeral took place
yesterday afternoon. An innuest will
bo held at 'Squire Morahan's office thl3
afternoon to find If there was ruiy neg
ligence on tho part of the company.
Dr. IJerto will conduct the Inquest.
The school board will hold it special
meeting tomorrow evening. All niuin
bers should be present.
The marriage of Miss Belinda Dough
erty und John Wliulen, both of this
town, Is announced to take place this
At tho generul caucus held on Satur
day evening, J. J. Jlorahan was nomi
nated fop 'squire; Frank kittle, auditor,
and William Cuilej-, high constable.
Tho Democrat! In tho Second and Third
wards nominated JI, J. Heap and
Thomas Herbert, school directors; Pat
rick Dougher und Peter Furrell, couu
cilmeii; Michael Henley and Thomas
nUANGH WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisements Will Do
Kecoived nt Any of tho follow
ing Drug Store3 Until 10 P. M.
ALtltHeT SCIlb'LTZ. corner Mulbcrrj
street and Webster avenue.
UUSTAV lMCIIL'L, CIO Adanu avenue.
OKORCli: W. Jl'.NKI.NS, 101 South Main
I-Iti:D L. TEIll'l'i:, r:-J Cedar avenue.
N oith Scranton
(1KO. W. DAVIS, comer
avenue and Market atrcet,
CHAUI.US P. JONIIS, 1537 Dickson
V. J. JOHNS, P20 Gtccn IHiIrc iticct.
C. LOIHINZ. comer Vnililnijton ave
nue and Marlon atiect.
. 11. KXKPl'T.L, 1CI7 Irving avenue.
J. (I. UOXH k SON.
Help Wanted Male.
To fiend or
call for our
Indicntois. Sinking Oi.ttcs, ruiuaec lliovveif, Sep.
iirntois, Steam Pinups. .Mann U.itci Coltiiiuw,
hecf and Piston Packing, etc. I iiion st'.uu
i-pcclally Co. New 'phone, l.'ll I'lanklin uveiiiie.
AN'Ti:i) A jouiiR man to work In Muio. II.
W. Hallett, 1.U Spruce stieet.
WAXTKD Men lo learn limber trade. Now fs
tern. Liirht weeks completes, 'pn-l.il in
ducements this month. Waaes Saturdavs. Diplo
luas awarded. Steady position nuiiaiileid when
tliioutrh. Write for lice cataloulie. Addiess
Molci 'a Ilarbcr S'ehool, New Yoik City.
WAN'TKD 1'ciion in e.ldi enmity to icpiesuit ol
establislied house, wjliil Hnaiu i.il Kliiiiilltnr;
strainht. boiu-llde weekl.i c ish salaty of HI") pail
bv ilieek each Mcdnesilay, with nil espeu-es
dliect fiom lieadipi.irteis. Money .nlianeod for
expenses Enclose (.elf-addresseil Ktamjied cnvel
ope. Manager, S23 Cas-ton building, CliicJito.
W ANTHD An all inuiid photORiaphii. Apply
to (,'ramer 'n studio, lilt Lackawanna avenue,
CIOAIl STOIIi: CUHtlC wanted; must have two
or mole jcars' e.xperieiuo, xlate acre, nation.
'ility and w.itrcs cpeeled. Addles Ma-hlngton,
eaio of Tribune.
WANTLD-n.v lradlnj; I'lilladelphla hovisf. flrt.
class fialesman, to i.ell iiencial Hue of paper
to the ictail tiade, ono vvlm has an acquaintance
prefened; must have hc-t icfeience and be able
to furnish bond. Address P. O. Uok 20?. Phila
delphia. Help Wanted Female.
WAXTHD Middle iigecl woman for look and
tjciieial housekeeper. Must I'omc ifelit away.
John Sin her, Uabjbir Hotel,. Old l'oi'e.
WAMHD flirl for (rcrcral hou-cwoik. Iniulre
t'20 Webster avenue.
l'ilTY OI'CHATOnS WASTHD "stcaclj- work
guaranteed. W. K. Ileek .t Sou. .'SO Adams
WANTKD Girl for Reneial housework at Dalton.
Addrcs II. T., care Tubune.
WAXTIU) roil U. S. AHMY Able bodied un
married men between the aires "f il and .'!;
eiti7cus of the United stales, of good fl.aiiiet-i
and lempeiato habits, who cm speak, l'ul and
write KukIUIi. l'or infoiniation apply to ltcciuit
lies Ofllec, Xo. l.'f Womiuf," avenue, Seianton,
SITUATION WAN'I iUl Ily ;i gill to do Senei.il
housevvoik. Call at -lo Putnam street.
.SITCATIOX VAXTi:t s teamster or .stable
boas or take e.ue of hordes. A. il , ji
SITI'ATIOX WAXTi:i)-Ily a .voune; t-irl HI vein
edd to do liht liou-ewoik, muse ami w.i.li-
iuir. AddicsD V.. Il 'Jin' Walnut Wicot, Dun
WO.VIAX, aired 'JI oars, Willi cpcilcnce as a
housekeeper, deaiici cinplomcnt at treneial
homewofk. AddrcM or call I2U Putnam ttiect.
SITUATION WANTI'.D-fllil wants place to iU
llsht hoiHcwoik, Address Minnie '.p midline,
lot Simnicluiiu.i bticel, Itiuhamton, N, .
SITUATION WANTi:i)-lly c.peiienecd ilOJ
Kilcsman; will aeept model ale ul.iry. Ad
die.ss Z, (ieneial Delivery.
SITUATION WAS.TKU By talloiej,., all or p.iu
of time, cm coats or tiomciv., Addrcos 11,
care of Tribune.
SITUATION WANTCD-Hy joumr lady wllli e.
penence; deciles position as a itcne!ri.ipl,er
and tjpevvrlte-i. Addte's A. II., eaie of Tiibune
YOUXtl .MAN vvldics position In liotil us ulsrlit
elelk, 01 at 1111 llilue; In hotel vvoik; lw. j;ihhI
habits und can come well leeommendid. Ad
dress, J, Ik It,, lOU'J South Main .ivinue, S(i 111
A TTIOIlOnillf.Y up-todute, epeiicneed, lirji
el.its ilothlurr nalcsuian, wantt a job; vvilliii;
to piove efllcicuey and .ibilit) or aeiept dl-iii!.-.il
vilthoiit pay; compcliut to vviiti. iilii und raku
dun go of all ndveithimr in an niiginat nuiiuii.
Addit-aa J. A. Ciogan, Wllkei-llane, Pa,
A HOOD IIOTHL MAN would like to net hiii'o
pkito to woils evenlngH (ill VI o'eloek. Hen
lefercnco slvcn. Chailes Huir, (jenei.il Deliveiy,
Wanted Itoom and Board.
family for thiee lidlea; nat lo ccevd Mi lnr
week, One located within live minutes walk !otn
city hall pii'fcucd. Addiess, K. II, Tiibune Of
llec. Booma and Board.
A LARCH! I'ltONT ROOM, with board, at JJ1
Adams avenue, Suitable lor two ioeintf iner.
BOOMS TO HUNT, with boaid, fcOl Mulberry
Wanted To Buy.
I WANT to buy a Iiou.so in 11 pleasant location.
1'liici must not be over t.'.SCW. Addles
WE OFFER TO
BUTTE ELECTRIC 18 POWER COIPIRT
Of Butte, Mont,
(Dutte li the eiCJteat copper piodueil.g city in tho vvoild.)
5 First Mortgage Sinking. Fund Gold Bonds,
Jitnomiliauoll tii'ruu, li'aiurrni; l 10 ou yvaiT. .smi'i) iwrnmi ior ny ivserve anu
;ing fund. Net carninm three and Uiiee-quailcln time Intcieit ehaiuei.
Write for lepoit of Mi. bamuel In.ull, 1'ie.ldeiit of the Cl.leasa KdUon Co., and tpecial !
1 NASSAU ST
IMM. ,, XS1"' Z"
3 Insertions 25 Cents
AtoriTIm Pour Unej, 6 Cents for llncli UttM lsi.
Cortlfled Public Accountont.
KHWAIU) C. ftPAUI.tll.su. 2.1 THADKltS DANK
Dulldlntr, and St. Paul lliilldlnir. New York.
nnwAitn n davis, aiichitkot, conniilu"
I'lir.iinniCK i,. iiitowv. Alien, u.. HtiAt.
Kvtatc llxchnnxo IlltUf., 1W Wshlnton ave.
Civil nnd Mlnliifr Englnoors.
ajhjiAiiDLS'a ooi coNNLLi, nutt.nts'o.
uh. c. i:. niLiisnniuHUi, pauli iiuiluinu,
gpiuce street, Scranton,
Hit. C. C, LAUHACH, ill WYOMIN'O AVKNUli
riiANK i:. iiovijl aitoiin-i:v.at-l'aw.
Hooiim 12, II, 10 and IS Iluir Uulldlng.
I'. K. T11ACY, AIT'Y, COM.MONWKAt.TH OLlltl.
D. 11. llIII'LOfif.i:. ATTOIINI'.Y-LOASM NKHO
tialed on reil totale wctirlty. Mean Ilulldlnj,
corner liihiiij;ton u(jiuo and Spuiee stieet.
and (oimselhirs-at law. Itepuhllcaii Uulldlng,
Ji:SSUP k JCSSIIP, ATTOHNHV.s" AND "cOt7
pellon-at-biw. Conimomveallh Uullding, ltoomi
1!', 2(1 ami 31.
nnVAItt) W. TIIAYKR. AITOItNi:Y. ltOO.H
WXI-'WI, Mb floor, Me.us l.uildinir.
L' ,AA. WAT,ll:e- ATTO.'t.NT.y-At'-LWV, nOAUD
of li.ide lluildlntc. Seianton, Pa.
PATT:it!-0 k WILCOX. 'lltMH'U'H NArtONAb
C tOMIIOYS, 0-1.1 Itll'l'IlLICAX IIUILDINO.
a. w. ju:itriEur.i ori'ici: movi:d to no.
211 Wyoming; mrii'ie. '
Physicians aud Surgeons.
Dlt, W. H. ALI.HX. ofl XOlintTvASHINGlON
D!!. S. W. r.'AJIOUKUW, OITICi: ;;.;i) WASH
Iiiirlon avenue, llesldeme, 13IS Mulhcriv.
Cluonic oNejjes, lunm, lieait. aldneys an I
trenltn-urlnaiy jiKiiiu a (.penally. Hours, I
to 4 p. in.
Hotels and P.estaurants.
iiii; i:i.k cyi:. 125 and u'tTmIanklin avi:
Hue. Hates icasouable.
P. ZHKILnil, Proprietor.
SCKAXI'ON IIOUSi:, NHAIt D.( L. k W. PAS
senger depot. Conducted on 'tlie Huropean
plan. VICTOR KOCH. Propiictor.
A. II. IlltlORS CLI1ANS I'ltivy" VAULTS ANl)
ceta iiools; no loi ; only unproved puiupi used.
A. II. BrlgtM, proprietor. Leave oulci'i.llCO
North Main avenue, or Kicke'H din? store, cor
nel Adams and Mulberry. Both telephone-f.
c. it. claiuci: k co.. si:ki)smi:n and kurs.
frjmcn, iloic 'J01 Wa&liinstou avenue; sieen
hou.es, 10;0 Noith Main avenue; store tele
JOSWII KUr.TTlX, RE All 511 LACKA. AVIk,
Scranton. Pa., manufactiuer of Wire Screens
I)Ri:SiMAKISa FOR CIIIbnilDN TO OllOi'Jt;
also ladles waists. I.ouUj shoemaker, ill
MKOARf:i:r: nuo!., pniNTiiitS' stU'PLins, kn.
vclopes, piper baRS. twine. Waichouse, lS'J
Washiugtcn averue, Scranton, Pa.
Tin: wiLKK&iiAititi: itixoitn can 111: had
in Seianton at the new Bt.inds uf Hoi-nun
Bros.. 400 prllcc and Ml Linden: M. Noitnn,
SJ Lackawanna avenue; i. S. Seliutzer, 211
IIAVP. YOU village, city or town proper I, bu-l-ne-ss
or toik of i:oods to ,-ell 01 oxi.liciiif j
List oui jiioicuy with .1. I.. Tiac.v, Real KsUle
i:.eliau'c, Wuveil, S. V.
STOCK ND WIIHAT TUAHHUS without dcki.v.
Miitc foi our i-peel.il maiket lettei. l'ree e.n
application, s. M. Ilibbaid & I o., members ,N.
Y. Cciisoliil.iteil and Stock 'xehange, II and 10
HioJdw.i. .Sew York. lUtabllshed 1V,I. Lcnu
ULsunee' Phone 2ISS Broad.
Dissolution of Partnership.
imscHJTlTlX Ol' PUriSTR'-niP-S'nlliP 's
hclibv given Unit tho copjitneinhlp he
twcin M.idl-on I". Lilkiu 11111I J11I111 Ynll..
iMinlt. Iliulintr i.s 1 lie- "Komi "Mud Com
p.iu," is dlssolicd. Madison I', lukiii mn
tluuine In the bu.mess with Hie ilsht to ue th
same tlim 11 line mill lolleel all ,ie counts and pj;
all iiKhbieduc. of the Him,
MAHI-OS' 1'. LARKIX,
Ol'l'ICi: OP the S11 inlon Holt an I Nut Co..
Seianton, I'.i. 'the Annul Mcellin; uf th
.tockhuldeii. of the Si.,nt.ai Ihdt and Nut Com
pany, foi the cleelbn of dhectwrs lor tlie en
Miiiw 5e.11, and tui tin- tian-.utlon of mtlr nth r
busiue-s as may piuperlv be biou.'bt belole B.
will be held at Hi.' olllto of the (onipaii. at
the Woil.s, on '('hinwliv, Jaiuuiv it, 11 1 - ei'ilocv
p. 111. I.. M. lltillTOW S'eretJi.v.
Till: ANM.AI. Jii:iTIS(i ot the MncklioMcix ot
the S'ei.mton llnldiuit Conipuiiy will be 1 eld
In the Kile.-iiion'.s of the couipanj, WW Lacka
v.'ann.i avenue, 011 'l!uii-.d.iv, J.inu.uy 21, .U I.MI
1 1, m. I' A. KAISHIl, .S.eictai.
Till: ANM'vL H'.P.TISli nf Ihe (.toci.hoUlcrs of
Iho T'hliil .Naiiouil Hank, ot Seianton, will
ho held 'iucsdi, .Ia1111.11 v Ihe Hill. 11.0.', In Ih
llilictciV loom of lliu ll.iri1., lulwceu the bou s
of three and loin u'llocl, p 111.
M. II. I'i: Iv. recielaiv.
noiki ti iii:ih:iiy (iii: tim iiies uriiTiui
ineitlnjr; ol th htiitLImlilcia iif'lhe' PpvilV''1"
he cnuipaiiv will ,bci held ut the1- jiMcii .oNtltK.
picrident t'oiuei of W .isiiin-i.ni iivimie and l.li
deli .Heel, on Mondiv, Jan. V), at 2 p. in,, f"'
Ihe pmiiiHC of elcetlnf; iblfftois- .ml liiinsaetln,"
i-uihotliei limbics us in.iv conic befoi.' Iho mut
iinr. Ik A. (LARK, seiietary.
f, F. MEQARQEL & CO,
STOCKS. BONDS, SECURITIES
I. P. Mcgaigel. ,lloy Chester Mcgargel.
YIELD ABOUT 5
nmwiiii mnnrn t