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THE SCRAOTON T1UBUSTE- TUESDAY. JANUARY 21 1902.
Fpcclat to die Scranton Tribune.
Montrose, Jan. 20. On Saturday af
ternoon nit tnlsliieRR activity In Mont
rose stood still, mid the jieoplo of the
town turned out en nmsso lo do silent
homage to tho memory of their depart
ed follow townsman, the Hon, W, II.
tTpsRup. From the moment on Thurs
day morning when the sad tidings of
Mr death was received, itho town had
not seemed tho same. A solemn hush
had fallon upon all and tho citizens
moved about with sober mien and
with many a tear-stained face In low
mid choking volcew dlscUHsed the great
loss to tho state and to this town In
particular sustained by reason' of Judge
Jcssup's death; tho many virtues and
lovable qualities of tho Rood man gone
wen) reverently rehcursed, over and
over again. Montrose had lost one of
her most distinguished and beloved
sons, and everything pointed to the
fact that tho loss was deeply and
As the hour for the afternoon train
from Scranton to arrive drew near
there was n large assemblage of citi
zens at tho Lackawanna and Montrose
railroad station. Men, women and
children turned out to pay their last
respects lo tho distinguished dead.
There Wore largo and representative
delegations of the Susquehanna county
Bar association, headed by President
Judge Daniel W. Searle: Four Brothers
Post, No. 453, O. A. R In charge of
Colonel W. H. Dennis and Rough and
Ready Fire company, No. 1 (of which
Judge Jessup had been a member for
more than half a century). Tho officers
of the Presbyterian church, In which
for over forty years Judge Jessup had
lerved as a ruling elder, were also
present In a body. On the arrival of
the train the stores, offices and nil
business places of the town were
closed and remained so until after the
burial, as. a mark of respect to the
deceased. The funeral cortege moved
from the station directly to the Pres
byterian church where the auditorium
was already well filled with sorrowing
citizens. The casket borne by nep
hews of the deceased was taken up
the center aisle while the organ
breathed out In muffied tones a sad
sweet requiem. The casket was de
posited Immediately in front of the
altar and was covered with many floral
offerings, among them being, besides
those brought from Scranton, pillows
from Rough and Ready Fire company,
Xo. 1, the Susquehanna Bar associa
tion and others. The services opened
with reading of scripture by Rev. Dr.
McLeod, of Scranton, and this was fol
lowed by a beautiful and touching eu
logy of Judge Jessup, by his pastor,
Rev. Dr. A. L. Benton, of the Presby
terian church, who concluded his re
marks with prayer. Dr. Benton took
as a text for his remarks the two
words, "Trust and Tiuth," which
A-ords, said the speaker, had been the
guiding stars through life of the de
The choir sang softly, "Asleep In
lesds." and, following an opportunity
;or those who wished to view the re
mains, the service at the church
Tho burial was in the family plot in
the Montrose cemetery, where a brief
burial service was conducted by Rev.
C. C. Knoll has purchased and moved
into the old Nichols' homestead on
E. R. W. Searle, clerk of Federal
court, attended Judge Jessup's funeral
In this place on Saturday.
Alvln Fish, of Stevensville, was the
guest of friends in this place over
Sclden Bunnell and Clarence Sebring,
of Rush, were in town on business Sat
urday. Republican cauciibes for the nomin
ation of borough and ward officers will
be held tomorrow evening.
Dr. li. R. Gardner and two nieces
nre 111 with diphtheria and the Gard
ner residence has been quarantined by
the board of health. Dr. J. G. Wilson
Is attending the afflicted ones.
Mrs. II, B. Dennis, of I.eslershire, Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, T.
D. Payne, at their home on Park street.
Special to (he Scranton Tribimr.
Ilonesdale, Jan, 20. "When Rev. and
Mrs. O. L. Percy returned from prayer
meeting on Friday evening, they found
that nbout twenty of their Immediate
neighbors had taken possession of their
home. Tho occasion was the eighteenth
marriago anniversary of Rev, and Mrs,
Percy and was enjoyed by all. The
visitors served refreshments,
This morning proved to be the cold
est morning of tho winter in Hones
dale, The thermometer touched fif
teen below at an early hour.
Mrs. George P. Ross and her Sun
day school class of young ladles will
conduct a rummage sale on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of this weak, in
the Bauman store room, on lowerFront
street. Donations will bo appreciated.
At the borough election, Fob. IS,
three councllmeu, two school dlrectora,
judge of election, constable, auditor,
high constable and two Inspectors of
plecllon are to bo elected.
Mrs. Short, mother of Mrs, IV. IT.
Stone, of Third street, la celebrating
her ninety-fourth birthday today.
A visit to tho union station on Mon
nuy morning when pussengers trains
nro departing will convince one that
Uouesdato Industries furnish their
quota of commercial tourists.
A contract has been closed for the
usual number of turkeys for the un
tuitil Martha Washington dinner, to he
given In tho Presbyterian chapel, Feb,
Special to flie Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhaunock, Jun. 20. Court con
vened on Monday, with Judge K, M,
Dunham and Aseqelute Judges Frank
Mi Vuughan and Harvey F. Slckler on
Misses Mury mid Josephine Boyce,
who nre employed at the International
Correspondence schools at Scranton,
spent Sunday with their parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Patrick Jiovee, on Pine
The Democratic caucus was held on
Saturday evening at the court house
and the following ticket was natnl
Dated: Borough ticket Justice of the
peace, JohlrF. Slckler and Charles, M.
l,ee; poor master, Draper Billings; au
ditor. Fred Piatt; high constable,
t hurli's Vaugh. First ward Consta
ble, Samuel Jenkins; councilman,
Spencer D. llecd; 'jtldgo. of election,
Mnrttn Schlatter; inspector of elec
tion, Hteplftn Robertson. Second ward
Constable, It. M. Piatt; councilman,
W. Dean Sampson; Judge of election,
Henry Kitchen; Inspector of election,
Mis. Polk Aldrcdge, of Sprlngvllle,
In visiting her daughter, Mrs. Solon K.
r-yinun, on Putnam street.
Mlssr Inez I.eiphatn. of Duryea, who
has been visiting Mrs". Stephen Rober
ston, on Second street, returned homo
The Misses Selgfrleds, of Russell
Hill, wore calling on friends in town
Special to tlie Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Jan. 20. The subscrip
tion dance given by a coterie of young
Can you find here
men in the opera house Frjday even
ing was in eorne respects the most
pretentious affair of the kind ever at
tempted in Forest City. The hall was
most handsomely decorated, hundreds
of feet of evergreen rope, bunting, and
a large number of palms being used.
The music was provided by Lawrence's
orchestra of Scranton and was of an
Inspiring nature. Leaden, indeed,
would have been the feet that could
not have tripped lightly under such
Saturday evening was an ideal one
for slelghriding and several parties
went to neighboring towns.
The annual banquet and ball of the
L. C. B. A. In the opera house Wed
nesday Is now the main topic in a so
cial way. The decorations in the opera
house will be left up for this affair.
The banquet will be served by the
ladles In Muchlutz new hotel building.
The Republican caucus is Tuesday
evening and still the dearth of office
seekers continues. About the only as
pirants so far as known nie J. W.
Jones for high constable, Samuel May
for poormaster and Messrs, T. A. Sur
dam, 12. G. Wakefield and A. D.
Kehren for auditors. For school board
and council nominations them still
seems to be an open field. The cau
cuses will be held from 7 to 8 o'clock.
In the first ward the Kennedy building
will be used and In the Second ward
the building of H. W. Brown.
It now appears probable tha't the
early spring will see the Erie station
at this place removed and a new and
more convenient structure elected. The
old one has long been inadequate to
the demands upon it and Superinten
dent Davis who has Inaugurated a pro
gressive policy on this divisiou has
completed the plans and specifications
for the sti'ueturc. ' The waiting room
will be In the north end of the build
ing nnd the freight department In the
south, as nt present. Ample office ac
commodations will be provided
Miss Anna McLaughlin is undergo
ing treatment In Dr. AVheeler's private
hospital In Carboudale.
Bert Smith and Frank Walker who
have been helping to light Uncle Sam's
battles the past three years, have
been discharged and ore again at home
wearing citizen's clothes.
Right Rev. Ethelbort Talbot will be
at Christ church Wednesday evening
lo administer the rite ot confirmation
The Hillside tiro alarm system Is
again in working order. ITie It In
coses of emergency.
Presiding Elder Warner preuehed In
the Methodist church last evening.
Owing to the fact that the viewers
report on the necessity of a county
bridge was pot presented to the Octo
ber grand Jury It will be necessary to
begin tho work over, and a petition
has already been, prepared asking for
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
Factoryvllle, Jan, 29, Mrs, Lee and
Mrs. A. C, Caryl entertained their Sun
day school classes last Friday evening
at dinner at the Methodist Kplscopal
The Women's Christian Temperancq
union will hold a social tomorrow
(Tuesday) afternoon at the hoiuo of
Mrs. S. S. Seamans, at 3 o'clock. This
will bo for the women only. From 4 to
i o'clock refreshments will be served,
and every one Is Invited. The price for
refreshments will be ten cents.
Rev, J, N, Lee, of tho Methodist Epis
copal church, will conduct a series, of
meetings this week nt West Ablngton,
Rev, Klkanah Ilulley, of Keystone
academy, occupied the pulpit at the
Baptist church, at Daltpn, last Sunday
The borough council met In the coun
cil rooms last Thuruday n(ght In spe
cial session and took up the subject of
electric lights. whcj had been recoup
mended by the board of trade. Bor
ough ordinances Nos, lti and 17 were
Introduced and passed first reading,
there being but one councilman voting
against them. They will, no doubt, pass
second and third reading at tho nest
I3rvng J. Middleman, the popular
clerk at the store of Bliss & Hunt, Is
confined to hl home with lonallitls.
Tho Nlcholntm people will have to bo
satisfied with electric lights and a snnd
The Mntjonlc lodge nt Nicholson will
hold a banquet next Wednesday even
ing, January 22.
Miss Bertha Knnnp, who has had a
severe attack of diphtheria, has so far
recovered that she Is able to bo out
The first week of January term ot
court opened today. 'Squire Charles
Gardner, of this borough, Is on the
grand Jury, and Pardon Knupp goes
down as a petit Juror this week. lCx
School Controller V. It. Gardner will go
down from this place next week us a
petit Juror, and, Incidentally, to see
that every one from this end of the
county gets Justice done them.
Special to Die Scranton Tribune.
Pltteton, Jan. 20. Paul Gardner, of
West Plttston, who for tho past few
yearn has been a clerk In the office of
the Seneca Coal company, and since
the names of two
the transfer of this company to the
Lehigh Valley has remained with the
latter company, has resigned his posi
tion and lias accepted one at Scran
ton, which he will assume the first of
Tho Plttston Y. M. CV A. aiid the
Ninth regimpnt teams will play bas
ket ball in the armory at Wilkes
Barre Wednesday evening. The game
will be one of a series for the cham
pionship of the county.
Mrs. Martin E. Walsh died at her
home In Hughestown Saturday even
ing after a. long illness. The funeral
will take place Tuesday morning at !)
The first case of smallpox In Wyo
ming borough was reported today,
when Dr. Knapp, a member of the
state board of health pronounced a
young- man named Burns the victim of
a genuine case. vrhlH Is the only case
that has broken out In this section
since last Saturday when three chil
dren named Cosgrove, who reside with
their grandmother, Mrs. Bender, on
East Railroad street, were reported ill
with the disease. All the patients are
reported as improving very nicely ex
cept Mr. Finn at Exeter borough
whose condition is quite critical.
There Is talk here of organizing a
choir to compete at the eisteddfod lo
be held In the Congregational church
at Edwardsvllle, March 17.
For the first time In its history West
Plttston will tomorrow furnish a vic
tim for a hangman, John Lutz, who
two years ago killed his wife with an
axe as she lay sleeping, having been
sentenced to pay the penalty of his
crime Jan. 21.
Special to tlie Scianton Tribun-.
Hamllntoti, Jan. 20, Nathan Houck
died at his home In La Anna, Pike
county, Pa,, Saturday, Jan. 18, In his
eighty-fourth year. He survived his
wife but a few months, who died Oc
tober 27 last. He is survived by six
children, John D., Charles, Mrs. Dr.
Fletcher Gilpin, Mrs, Emory Gilpin,
Mrs. Dr. Arthur Slmonr, of La Anna,
and Mrs. 11. F. Nicholson, of this vil
lage. Deceased was born in Boyer
towu, Berks county, March 21, 1818. In
lSfiS ho purchased several hundred
acres of timber land in Greene town
ship, Pllto county, where he has over
since resided, The neighborhood was
practically an unbroken wilderness
when he first settled there, and he
cut the first road through, leading the
first team that entered there. During
tho war of the Rebellion he furnished
the government wl,th large quantities
of tent poles and soon afterward en
gaged In the manufacture of umbrella
and parasol sticks, toys of all kinds
and similar articles. He was a mem
ber of tho Salem Free and Accepted
Masons lodge, The member.') of the
snino will attend the funeral services
n a body, which wll take place at his
late home, Wednesday, Jan, 22, at 10,30
C. L. Simons) and Denlson Wetherell
made a business trip to llonesdnlo last
The Republican caucus will be held
Saturday, Jan. 23, n tho Independent
Order of Odd Fellows' hall.
Special to tlie Scranton Tribune.
Ilopbottom, Jan. 20. Miss Altu Finn
visited friends in Scranton tlie past
Many teams ore engaged at present
hauling Ice for the purpose of filling the
The membeis of the two Sunday
schools enjoyed a slelghrlde Friday and
EpteJla Jeffries has been visiting rela
tives In town the past week.
The Ladles' Aid society meeting at
tho Methodist Episcopal parsonage on
Wednesday was largely uttended and
was a successs, both socially and financially,
o I- d I
' Tbli ilgnature la oo every bos of the genuine
remedy lliat cure a cold In oiici lj."
Wall Street Review.
New York, Jan, 20, bast neck' ilepiMlnx
faclori in tlio toik market were fmfelteil today
by Hip engagement ot $3M,0W) In gold lor export.
ThU ivtm practically the only new development
in tho stock market, which lotillnuod lit Ita ml
of ilullncM and professionalism. The nulidde
public pofdlllely refuse to take any put In the
market, l'tlici nie Rcncially lower on tho day.
The ppccl.il licuVlncKs of iho Ati lil-mi and ot
New York Crrdrat today iva due lo the uU
satlnfaellnii fell In the prcKenl .pccultthe temper
with capital Mp Union and new bond lwic with
prior claim river stocks'. Reports from tho West
ili.il that r:llro uls nre feelitut notiic relief Irom
the elTeit nf mi-nhorlage, but Hit new lud lit
tle oiTeil on tho market, American Tobatio told
today at .'100 and llicTt wcie advance of 11'i to
G points In the other tobacco Mock, the l!luco
slocks, Jlcliopolltan Street IMllwny, American
Smelting nnd Brooklyn Union Gn, but tlilt did
not nrtcot tho general downward tendency of
utoik. Chliago, Burlington nnd (Jiilncy un.iv
f cnlci! stoik tinned toclnv at 221). bid. compared
Willi 08 bid on Sililiiljy. Ptamkud Oil sold In
the ouLddo market M low as M."i but rallied come
what, Tn I ill tale today, iV2i,tJml nliaim. Con
Follikitcd Tobacco l' made up tho bulk o( the
bond nuiket nhleli win nthcrnlw dull and Ir
regular. Total mIm, par value, WUO.OOO.
United Stntca icfuinlltnr 3V, the roKhtcrecl ,"1'
nnd the new 4'jt leiiUtcred advanced U, do,
coupon Vi nnd the old I's Vi. '18bo 0'n legUtercj
declined U nnil do, coupon ',i per tent, on the
The fnlloivltiE miotaHoiu are lurnUricit The Trib
une by M. S, Jordan ic Company, roomi TOO'TOJ
neari omiuint, scrniuon, ra. Telephone, wui:
Open- Utah- Low- Cloi-
In?. e. est Inrr.
American Sugar 121 Vi 122 120 121H
Alclilwii Tfi 73 7114 73
Atchison, l'r PiU 07',i Ort',4 Wi
llrnok. Trait ion a IMV, Mi (&
Halt, .fc Ohio KW'l lOJH 101 101?i
riie. & Ohio wy w in 4,a;
Chic, k (I. W S2,i li3U S-i',6 2i',S
M. Paul UUi 1(1,1 IBP'b 1112
Hock Island r...l.Vl 110(4 IV, lfidVi
Hon. & Tev.. l'r MV4 Mli r,2 fii
l.ouli. & XjIi ri 10," lOllf, Mils' 101
Mniitiittan tile 1.1374 1W-4 l.THi 1831
Mel. Tiacllou lllt'-i 10754 101 liJ70i
Mlcosuri I'.icilic 10074 lOHi W 100U
Southern I'arillo ........ ., C'Hi fiS'i SS14
.V01 folk i clciu .... OH',4 (M',4 ttiV, S374
Krlo IQK, 10 SOj SU'i
Krlc M Pi 7174 72V4V tl'j 7l?'i
X. Y. Ccntial 102'A l(i2?i 101 MU&
Out. k West 31 31 3.IH "-i
Pcnna. It. II 1IS54 U974 US II814
Pacific Mull , 47 47 40"! 47
Healing- Mil .'7',4 5.-.5H 0094
Heading, IV B174 S174 SHI 81 ',4
Soul liciii It. K 32 32i 32U !123i
Kouthcm It. It., l'r .... IOU P31i W 1)4
Twin. Coal k Iron 03 03 02'!i 02".
U. S. Leather lia; 1K-4 1154 11
U. S. Leather, l'r MU bt'.i Sl'A 81U
Union l'uclflo 10074 101 lon4 10014
Union Pacific, Pi 8')',4 SU',4 SS',1 MM
Wabash, IT 411 42 W 4154 4174
Western Union 0074 0171 H074 Hl,4
(Vo. lnel k lion 8.V-; SC-ls STili &:,
Amal. Copper 60?i 70 (iVJi ilBOA
Pcople'H (!ji .... (054 0154 psy, iwij
Te-eai l'aolllc 30 W) as 3S',i
Am. Car 1'uuuilrv 29 2P14 2'' 2fU
I". S. Steel C 424 42H 42(4 42
V. S. (steel Co., Pr .... OlVi 0474 i'l'i W-
Scranton Board of Tvnde Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
I.tckawanna Dairy Co., Pr
County Savings Hank k T.uit Co..
First National Bank (Carbomtale) ..
Standard Drilling Co
Thiid National Hank 1
Dime Deposit and Discount ISjiiI;..
Economy Light. 11. k P. Co
I'irst National lianl;
Laika. Trust k Safe Deposit Co....
Claik J: Snover Co., l'r
Sirauton Iron I'cnie k Mfg. Co. ...
Scranton Atlc Woiks
Hcruuton b'-uingi Bank
Tradcis' National Bank
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co
New Mexico lty. .V (J. Co
Sciauton Passenger Hallway, flrt
Mortgage, due 1020 .-
People's Street Ituilnay, first mort
gage, due ItUS .".
People's Stieet Hallway, General
mortgage, due 1021
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School 3 pec cent.
City of Scranton St. Imp. j0 per
cent r. 102
Scranton Traction d per cent 113 ...
licoiiomy Light, Heat k Power Co.. i
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Coiiciled by II. U. Pale, 2," LKl.aw.inua Avi.)
Butter Pitch cieamciy, 23c; June 1 ujnu'ij,
2314c; dairy cie.unciy, 22c.
( liecsi ll'iali--.
l'KK NeJibj, 32c; fumy .ituiagf
Pea-. Per bushel, il.no.
Potatoes Pel bibliel. 83e.
Oiilun Per bushel, ?1.C9.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New Yolk. Jan. 20. I'loiir Mukit iniliieiuel
by the wheat decline, four was dull and cay lilt
ilaj. Wheat Spot weak; No. 2 led. H7l,jC f.
u. b., allont; No. 2 lid, 8014c. elevator; No. 1
1101 tlu-iii Dulutli, tile. r. ti. b. .Miu.it; optimit
luoko (-lurply today, aluin-i hmiIiIii,,' the lo.v
point of list week; iloiil weak at l.'al'4c n-l
lower; March rluieil FlVjC ; May, 84ii.; July,
Sl!-ic Coin Spot easy; No, 2, O'vjc clev.itu.'
and C854e, f. a, b. otlo.it; optlom at tli-st lather
(.tiring and biiilier but cvi-ntually icarfid with
wheat and tlo-ed weak at 5m'. net lo-w: .lanii
aiy cloned, Il5i.; Mjj, 6hc, ; July, ti7vc. O its
Spot hteady: No. 2, 51c; No. 3, 3i)c; No. 2
white, 53'4a54c.; No. S white. 33c: traik nd.cl
wnstviu, 51a51',4.; tiaik while, i"2arH.; Ilwie
was a fairly active tiadi- in oats jf the west,
tihowing early llimnes'), but .subi-ei-pient depiclou
vvlb mm. Butter Stiady; cicaineiy, llli2i1i.;
factory, 13al5c; Juno eie.uiifiy, l'u21c; iinlta
tion iicaineiy, 14.il8!4c; state diiiy, ila-illSc.
CheeHe l'liin; Uatc lull iicani largo fall made
fjiity, lOVcUlo-tti,; frlale full cicain Muall tall
Jiiaile fauiy, 1 1 Ua 11 i'-r-.j late nude bet larne,
O1,;. ; do. do. do., nuall, IOjIO'.Jc. Kbs I'Jini
ei; -.late and Pennsylvania, -Juvi7i'.; n cite, 11,
20c; Miuthein, 23c.
Philndelphln Grain and Produce.
Philadelphia, Jan. 20. Wheat -Pic lower;
lontinit grade, Junuaiy, St,,4u85c Com i,
lowei; No, 2 mixed, Jamurj, tXlibfii&i, Oat
Steady; No. 2 white dipped, .lie I'loui Dull
and wiak; winter Minei, 2.7,u3; do, cxtius, f-l.i
3.25; Piniiejlvanlii 10 Her ilear. .l.30a.!.50: iq. do.
straight, ;3,W)jJ.80: wcsliin winter elui, ljj.404
3.03; do. do. sti-aliht, -;'J.70a3.!IO; do. do. patent,
!H3.lJOal,IO; (.pilug ilear, .Sl.25.i3.50; do. i-tutglit,
J.'I.COaJ.fc5; do. pattnt, Sl.S3al.10; do. lavoiite
liuiida, ifl.I3.il. to. ll.vo i'loui Uiuhamrcd.
Ilinl.w he.it I'loui -(2.20.12 .10 per 10U pound-,. But.
tci Steady; fancy wcitein cicuinery, 21c; do.
neaiby piinK 27i, rirgv-Steaily; fie-.li ueaiby,
23c; do, western, 23c; do, southwestern, 2"e. ;
do. (.outhcin, AJc I Iii-mc Steadj ; New Yolk lull
(icanis, faniy hin.il), ll'.i.; do, do. do., tajr la
ihoUc, U!-iullc. Killnfil Sugaiw (Juki but
Mfudv. Cotton -- L'niluused. Tallow Quiet;
tit) prime In tlcicer, h'tc; toiiutiy do, do,,
barrels, o'4a(lfi.; do, dirk, do., ShaOc; iakc,
ti'Jic. Live I'oulftv Steadj ; fowls, !j,al0isc;
old roo-,tcrs, 7c; fhlikein, SiJalOc; dutks, lla
12c; (icese, 10al2c; tuikfjn, lOallc. Dies.ed
rouitij l'liin, fulr drm unit fow, ilmiie. HHie;
exceptional loll, lie; do, fair to good, n!4al0c. ;
(dd lootters, 7a7',4i. ; ihlikcns, neaiby, liable ;
wejlein do,, lialJ'.c; Hiikcjis, neaiby, iholio
to fancy, Hal6c;i wchteiit do. do., 12al.;c; fulr
to good, Dalle; ducks, neniby, lOallc; westein,
J0al3c; geee, Dalle. Kecripifc I'lour, I,WW bui
ie)s and I,2l5,fi00 poumU in (-acks; wheat, 11,00)
btitliels; coin, 2,000 bu.lieU; oats, 12,000 biuhels,
ShlpiucntR Wheat, none; coin, ,2,000 biiihels!
calt,, 21,000 buslicK
Chicago Grain Rnd Produce Market.
Chicago, Jan. 20. Itain and miow bieaklng the
long drought in the winter wlieit tcnltorv look
ull aigumeut away fumi liu bull.i in tho gialu
pjla today and pikes bioke badly ull aiound in
(outequeme. May wheat dosed with a lus of
17ial74v. ', May icrn, Vie. lower, ui.it May oats,
ic down, rrqvlsloiis lost from 10 tol7',4c C.nli
(piotnllons were as follow: Flour Steady but
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No. t.liav teed, l.OQ; Xp. 1 iiorllivmtcin,
AlfVSI'., I11I11111 Ihnnllit- kbrt.l hit .-.. .aaJ .....I..
! , ,'...... .....u,... -.vv.., .'u.M-, ...,d, ,IU,l,
SI0.,Vul0.o.-i; aid, fs'.33a').n: fahoit libs, !Ks.:i0.i
8.13) dry salted nhouldcis, 7 a7!ic. ; Miort cl-ar
Mm, i.e0a8.U0; wlilAcy, l.32.
Chicago Wve Stock Market.
Chicago, Jan. 30. Cattle HcicipL, 10,000; 300
Texaus; vvcsteiu aitlvo and stvady to 13c higher,
kooiI to prime, I)i,50a7,23; poor lo uicdiiuii, siia
SO; utotkera and fecder, S2.20ul.73; lows. U,jSa
S.10; helfer. 2.GOaV30; (.iiincit. ?1.2ia.2D: b'lll,
2a2.CO; calves, 2.30a.50; Ti'V.w blceis, fl.VSa
u.-i,, iwk niieipi luui, .k,uiji; 101110110W,
37,000; left over 3.000; opined 5c. blghci; closed
steady ; uilved uud buttbers, f3.0Uau,02,,4; good
io inoiic ny, fo.suau.o.i; iu'hjii WJLy, kU.lOi
0.33; llxht, c3.03jU.1i); bulk ot kale., K0.10a0.i0,
Sheep lteielpts, 20,000; tlicip, tcady lo ttroutcj
lambs, tteady to ttioui;; ijood lo iholiu vtctliers,
W.S0a5; we.teru bet-p fed, ,23.i3.15; native
lambs, $3)0aU; wmtcrp laudxi, fUU,
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
Last Buffalo, Jan. 20. Cittle-lloicipU, 4,(00
bead, iucludimr 1A1 lows; abuiit steady (or iiood
shlppliiff and ki bejv import tceis; 0al5c
THE TRIBUNE'S "WAN
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than l-'our Lines, a Cents for Each tlxtra Urn.
l'Olt It P.NT Store, coiner l'lttstou ovenui! nnd
Birch sticcti Rood loiatlou for Rrncriy
fclore or hotel, Address, Corner I'ltbslon avenue
and Illicit street,
roil IlKNT $1S, one-half of double! home, in
upper (Itccii lliilirc! l.irsu J.iril. bath, hot
and cold water, lan-aje, clrrlilu llshls. It. I'.
Hamilton, Paul I hulldhur, Spruce itticct.
Wanted To Hont.
1.AKU AIIIIH, COTTAlli:, wanted tn lent, .Inns
tn October, I month or 3 luontlH, fuinl.bed;
iinllilnn fancy; Jutt plilu and comf.'i tabic, at
reasonable prlie. Aitdiow CotlaRe, Tilbune.
WAXTl'.t) TO ItKNT 'llnee or four fuinU'ieil or
tmfurnldicd loom? for iiomckccplni;. Addrc-,
r.21 JefTcmou uviuuc, city.
FOB SAM: Sunola Boy, 2.1G',J, by SunnLi; ho
by the MlKlity Ulcctlonccr, ThN horse li.n
tlie speed on the home tretch to 'tAlrly raise
the Riund stand by hl woraleiful llnUliei. Can
bo nein at 310 I)l court.
l'Olt SAIil! New and cecoifd-hand buunlc and
w-ukoiih and pidgin of nil kind-i; ul ninny
li.iu.lv tools; itn is t sell ns I hive no loom at .M.
T. Keller's f.aikawanno. Cariiiiire Votl..
Jl'ST AI'.ltlVi:i) with a i-uIo.ul of hone; frood
woikiif" and Fcvcrnt clonelv nialihed tetUH.
V'eluJit hum 1,100 to 1.31X1. Can be iecn nt 331
Ita)mond court, 1'. JI. Cobb.
roil SVI.K SIia IriR. tjnilmt nnd kindling wood.
At Ansley's t.umber Vaid, 801 Scranton Sf.
I'On SAM.' Stock of the lulenullona: Tet Book
Company of Kiiartoii (fomicily the Colliery
Knglncer Co.), Cliu. 1). Sanderson, 130 Wyoming
avenue, Scianton, l'a,
roil SAI.i: CIIKAP-Kiiewooil. iron rootlns, tim
bers, boards', scuntlinsr. etc. fioni old cam;
suitable for ' nil puiposOF. .IcnniuKS, Central
Mines switch, foot of Hampton stiect, ott Snub
FOIt SAT.K Two light sprlnc; wagon and some
baiiiito, cheap. Kvans, rear 1132 Luzenb
FOB SALK Cheap; horse, fpiinc wagon and
1isrncf, at No. 18211 Cedar avenue.
Bt'llLlU SALi:-We will wll at public Bale for
the benefit of whom it may concern, on Wed
nesday, January 22, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
ShcillT'n office, in the Court llonac, of tho City
of Scianton, two (2) sJuires of stoik of the
Slowem' Pork Packing and 1'iovislon (,'nnipan.v,
the mine being held a collateral to a note,
WELLES k lOIIIlllV. Attorney.
FOR SALE One acre'of land, improved with
nine-room home; plenty and atletv of fruit;
good location in village of 1'leetville. Mis. Olive
Fish, Flectvllle. Pa.
I'L'ltNISIir.I) BOOMS for rent, modem impiovc
incuts; piivato family; gentlemen pieteiied,
at fl-i7 Ad.uui avenue.
FOB BENT Two comfortably fiiiuMied looms
for gentlimen; modern lmpiovemouti; pri
vate family, '.'0 Wa-hlngton avenue.
FOB BENT Fuinished front loom, with beat,
balh and aas; near court home; gfutleiuan
pielencd. Addie'w Boom, Bo 2119.
FOB KENT Furnished loom; heat and bath.
03 Linden stiect.
FUBNISHED BOOMS FOR RENT, with beat, pai
and bath, gcntlenien picferrcd, at 539 Adauu
Money to Loan.
ANV AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN Quick,
etiaight loam or Building and Loan. At
from -1 to 0 per cent. Call on N. V. Walkei,
SH-313 Council building.
Wanted l-Koom and Board.
BOUtU AND BOOMS AV Wt'EU-Tliieo w four
f c.iiiioc lltitf looms Willi bo.ud for lv, in n
nicL- location at mnder.uo teuus; home niokii..
Aildre-s T., Tilbune olfke.
IV NTED Boom and board In letlncd private
family foi thiee lulle; tut to exceed 12 ptr
week. Or.iilci.itcd within five minute- walk fioni
city ball piefcired. Addict, K, II, Tiibune Of
flee. Booms and Board.
A LAItiil, FRONT BOOM, with boaid, at C21
Adams avenue. Suitable lor two jouug nier.
BOOMS TO RENT, with board, SOD Mulberry
I'ltlVATJ: PAJUI.Y wislic? to have two iii"c men
to boaid, Oeininii or i;iiribsli. Call any time
after Thuuday. All convenlcnies, &07 llairloon
lower for fair luitclipis and medium giadcs; mm
moil cows nnd heifer stock, 15321k'.; lo'vci ; best
heavy steeis, ifO.ldaii.iiO; ctm fumy, i0.O3a(l.75;
inrilliiiii to gold i-hlppiujr and eNpoit, i.j.33all.2");
light to good buti!ic, I,ri0a3.2i; lommuii, ta
4,10; lii'luis, Ssf.25i3.4ll; fat iows, isliil,25; can
ncis and saiHigc, l.70a2.7.1; bull,, c.Tioil, l,10i
4.WI; stoikus ttcadv, lr2.(X).i.).73; feedciv, ifl.llOa
4.25; ficsh mwi, Miougei foi good; other mi
i barged; veals, 5.2Uii.CO. Hogs lleieliitu, 17,
IXW; aillve mid blghei; heavy, i;i).75a0.s0; iui.ed,
fsd.llats.7i); pigs, if3.P3ri.03: lougb. ?5.,0a5.0";
stag', ijluL.'O, Sheep and Luiibi ItecclpU, 21,
000, iiiiludlng l.tWJ Canada; laiilv ut tile;
sheep, lulled top', W.50a5; otbeis, W.50.II;
HCiueus ?i.ou.n,,.); jearungs, ifi..,u.i,i; tup uinln,
itVSOaS.W; culls to good, If3.73a.1.75.
East Liberty Live Stock Market.
Fast l.lbeilv, Jan. 20. -Ciittle Sleadi; choice,
5u.l0i0.ioj pilnic, Ni.bSail; sood, W.3,a3.ir,, Ilogu
Higher; pilme .beailc, i.iVMO.uO; best me
dluuis, S(i.l0a0,l3; heavy A'oikeis, ,.3Uaii,35;
light do., f-0.I0.itl.20; pK-rf, 115,70.13,00; louglw, "
no, Sheep Steady on sbeep, luwer on Iambi;
best wethoirf, VI.IU.il.U0; cuIN and coi'imoii, ijl.30
U2.2.T; lejilings S-lal.85; leal ialve?, f7a7.50.
Oil tltj, Jan. 20.--C'icdlt balancci. 115; cei
lllUatei., no bid; luut, 117,77.1 lunelj; iwtiage,
73,577 bauilsi shlpmeuts, 173,121 luncN; ,u.
tiff, S,f5l l.jiitW.
UefrlunlK- Unlay, all jiupllH avIio uro
not A-iu'i'lemited avIH be sent homo jin
til tlioy comply ivlth tho Jaw.
Miss JenslQ Jlorton litis avreptcil a
position as assistant postmistress at
the Avoca postoillco.
The followinir marriages liai'e been
announced: Miss Acnes Murphy and
Patrick JCeiirneyj Miss Nellie Cavnu
ns;h ami Wllliiim C'orcornnj Miss Nom
c:ulluitui mid MU-liuel MelCeou,
Mr, and Mrs, I.uko Nolan, of t'.ita
Avlssa, spent Suiulny Avlth friends hof.
Mrs. Prank Aslnvorth and family
left on Paturday for t)ielr homo In
Kuv, I). T, tsinyllie and Uev. J. J. K.
PJetiOier, of Plttston, e:flmnifed pul
pits on Hunilny.
James Ward, of the "West .Side, i.ts
suddenly attacked villi severe pains
on Huiulay and bus since then been
quite seriously 111,
At the nepubllcun caucus, held on
X-'rlduy evenliur, Jan. 17, the followlug
noinlnatlons Avere made: Justice of
the peace, Antonio Woncardlj school
directors, AVIlllani Repp ajul John W.
Thornton: auditor, Donilulco p, Lu
cJanl; Judge of election, T. J. Steivart;
Iiispector uf election, 8. Urodhead, jr.;
register of voters, Richard Gray,
Want Advortlsomonts Will Uo
Received at Any of the ITollow
inp; Drug Storos Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT EClll'trX. corner Mulberry
atrect nnd Unhslcr iivcnue,
ODSTAV I'lCllKL. CM Adtttnave
UUOBHi: W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
FBF.D h. TEltl'I'E, 729 Cedar aienue.
OEO, V. DAVIS, coiner Noilb Miln
y avenue and Maiket ctrcct.
CUAnLLS 1. JONES, 1337
F, J. JOHNS, 020 Giecn BIiIec sticet.
C, L011EN54. comer Washington ave
nue and Marlon stiect.
W, II. KNEI'FF.L, 1017 Irvln avenue.
J. O. BONE & SON.
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED S'eveinl ldiablc and cnciifetlc life
insurance solicitors lo icprc.sent the "Old
Itclll'de" Mutual HciioIU Life- In.surancj ( om
pany of Ncwaik, N. .1., In Scranlon and nearby
toiiTS. Apply nt ence, 300 Council building.
WANTED An eiperlenced Riocery Ralesmau at
171 kerf on'o, 1SW North Main aienue.
WANTED A youiiR man for sloie. II. W. 1 fal
len, 422 Spruce stiect,
WANTED Younir limn lo snllill oideia and de
liver Roodi. Apply II. Y. llallrtt, 422
A'ANTED-By Iradintr Philadelphia home, tot
clam salesman, to sell pcneral line of paper
to the retail tiade, one who I133 an aiijuaiutanco
preferred: inrnt havo bcit lefcicnie and be able
to furnish bond. Addic-u I. O. Bo 20S, Phila
delphia. Help Wanted Pemale.
AVANTED A Rood, tollable Bill to do KOlr.-ul
boiiJewoik, small funlly, no small rhildreii.
Apply ut oti'.i', on Madison mimic. Mm. E. (I.
FIFTY OPEBATOBS AA'.WTF.D Steady work
guaranteed. AV. K. Bcik k Son, 33J Adams
AVANTED Ciil for Rcneial housework at Ualton.
Address II. T., caic Tribune.
AA'ANTED Good second-hand furnace, will pay
cash. Aiitkesn Lock Box 130, Scranton, Pa.
A l'ABTV" undtistjndliijr double inliy bookkecp
inir tan seituc for hlni-clt a lino position in
a well established dividend paving iniupany by
iiiii'stinir si or seven tliou-uml dollars. .Uldress
X. Y. '.., Tiibune oftlie.
STOCIv AMI Will VT TIIADF.IIS ivitliouc delay.
Write for our special market lettei. Fiee on
application. S. M. Ilibbanl - Co., inetnbcis N.
Y. CiiiJollclatcd and Stock Sxcbanse, 41 and 10
llioadvuj, New- A'oik. IMablUlicd I10I. Long
Distance' IMiono 23f3 Broad.
THE A.NNl'M. miitlns of Ibe stoikl.olders of
Tl'i- Tilbune I'ublishlnit Cuiiipaui of Snan
tcn will be held at the ollice of the company 011
Tuesday, J.iuiuiy 2S, at 3 p. 111,, to eleit of
Hens for the ensuinpr e.ir, and fur the puipou
of tiau-itliiiK any otlur biisinev. that may lonu
bifuie the mcitii..
O. F. BYMIEE, PciTibity.
THE ANNCAL MEETIMi of the stickboldiri nf
The Lackawanna Tiust and Safe Deposit ( oni
pany for Ibe ileition of dnectoH to save for tlu
(UiuiiiK )eir, .will be held .it the otllio of 1I.0
lompauy, 401 I.aikawaiiui uvcuue, Siiaiilou, I',:.,
in Moi'daj , Fcbiuaiy 3, 100', bitwien tin; houij
of tluce and four o'clock p. 111.
OFFICE (IF tins Scranton Holt and Nut Co.,
Siiuntnii, l'a. The Annual .Alccilnt. of tlm
sloikholdeiH of the scianton Bolt and Nut Com
pany, foi the eleilioii ut illu-itois for the en
.siiiupr jiai, and lor llm tiansaction ot suili oilier
business as muy piopcilv bi biouvht betoie it,
will be held at II to oflito of the Company, ,tt
the W'uik", on 'lluusd.1,1, Jamiaiy 23, at 2 o'llotk
p. 111. V, I.. M. HOIii'ON, 1'iietaij.
THE ANNL'AL .MEF.'UNfl of Ibe stockboldels ot
tho Scranton nulling Company will be held
in Ho salc-ioonw of tho compaii.v, 300 laika
wanua avinue, on 'lluusdiy, Jaiiuny 21, at 1.30
p. in. F. A. KAlsEB, Sjcielaiy.
THE AXM'AL meeting nf Hie slorl.lioldois of
the Euleipii-e 1'owder Manufaituilnt; Com
pan), for the clcitlon of dlieitors and the train
action of su.'b otbci bu.lue-s :n 111.1.1 (iropeily
ionic biloie It, will be held on A cilncsdaj , .1 inn
uiy 22nd, 1002, at the oftlie of 1I111 iniup.ui),
Scullion, l'a,, ut 3.20 o'llcik p. in, Nn nan--fer
of stock will bo made foi ten d.iv.s uixt
liiiifdin',' the date of the ubove meetini:.
E. J'. KINllsnntY, Scmlury.
THE ANNCAl. MEETI.SC of the jtockholden of
The JIoosli I'ovvdei Cuiiipauv wilt be held
at their ollice ill the City of Sci.iulou. l'a., m
Wednesday, Januniy 22, 1W2, nt s o'clock p.
111., for Hie piupo-c of nlciliiiK diieilon foi tho
ensuiuir jear and lian-iitln',' siu.li either bu-lmii.
as muy come bei'cie tluui. No li.ui-iir ot stock
will be 111111I0 foi tell cla.is lull piicedinit llie day
of clei thin,
JOIIX D. SliEliElt, SciU'taiy.
Till! ANNUAL MEKTIXCi nf the hloikliolilein of
the Then. A, White Mamitactuilui,' Conipiny
Will bo held 'luesdiy, Jamiaiy 21, ut 2 p, in.,
in the clfkc of tliiciiiiipan-, 421 Linden stree.,
for tho puipjse ol lieaiiii;; lepoits, ileitlii'.' the
boaid nf illintoin for tlie eusiilui; leal, .mil lor
Iho tians-ictlou of suili otber bu.lueiH ,1s may
piopeily conic btfoie ihc lut'etliii.'.
L, II. STEELE. Sccieluiy,
'Ulil ANNUAL MEETIXCi of the stoikhnldeu of
tho Cheiry 1 1 1 1 i-r Boom unci Liuuhir Coiupanv
will be held Iho foul lit Wednesday ot Junuii1,
beln$ the 22d day of Jauuirv, I002,''ut ten o'clock
u. 111,, a lthn offlcc of tho Company, Boaid ot
Tiade Jliillillir,-, Siianlon, l'a,, foi tho puipn.e of
ilcctliii; 11 iioird of llliectois and for the trans
action of suUi other bu-ltieds as nine piopeily
ionic bcfoiv the iiieetin';,
TltOs. E. JONES, Sen clary.
Dated Jamuiy 11, 1002.
1111! ANSI'Al, MEE'llXfi of the stockliolden of
Iho IIUhvYood Stoic (ompany will be I eld
the foiulli Wednesday of Jamiai.v, belli'; Iho 22d
day of Januaiy, 1W2, nt two o'clock p. 111., for
Iho puipo.-u nf clectiu'r a Boaid of DiuMuii ami
for the iijilv.1 lion of such otlu'i bu.lucsi as may
lopci'h icuio liefoio the lutrtlii','.
TIIOs. 1). JONES, Scciet.11.
Dated Jaiiiuirj 11, 1002.
j:tTVIE of F. D. slevcin, l.Uct ot the Ikiciutb of
Duiimorc, LackawMiuu tbunt.i, I' iin. haul 1,
I.ltti'is tcstainentiiiy upon the above estate uav
iutr beiu (uautcd to ibe undoisiiiiicd, all poison
li.i lntr il.iiiui a-fatmt the saiuo will prevent the in
for pajmeiit and thusc indebted thcicto will
pleafe nuke Immediate pivmeut to
DAN I'DWELL, Aduiliii.tralol',
( unci of lli-uvc and Blakely stiect.
AMLI.A1ID, AYABBL'S' i. liSAI'l',
AtloiiH',s tor E-taic.
SEALED l-HOl'IMI.S will v lenlud foi fur
nislilnir and ereitlus comidelc, 2om lineal Icet
if lion ft me on New A'oik flu-el side of iaeki
wanna (ciiiuty pilsou, pi ice In be ini Il11e.1l oo
crcctid and paliilicl complete, stjlo ut fence lo
bo Mine .1 dial ulicady in limit of slid pi I. mi.
Illds to be addii-wit to imdeulgued and in hand
oil i-r befoie Ftbriui I, 10)3. H bid. imut be
accoiiipautc'il by u icilified clieck for 10 pet con'.
a evidence of food faith. The lU'hi to lcjct
any or all blcii fa U'eived. E. A. JONEs,
S-ranton, l'j, Jan. 15, lvoj.
Insertions 25 Cents
Thti P.iur Llnei, o Cents lor' UncliGiitM LHs,
Cortifled Public Accountont.
i:invAiii) c. sfai'LHImi. 2.1 tbadebs'iVank
Bundliiir, and St. Paul iiiilMln-r, New York.
EinVABI) II. DAVIS, AltCIlfTEtTr, CONNELb
FIIEDEBICIC t,. IIBOWN. AltClf. 1).. IIF.AL
Katnle Exchange Bldfc.. 12(1 Wahlnton ave.
Civil nnd Mining Engineers.
II. L. HABDINO, C0.1 COXNKLI, BUILDINO.
DB. C, E. ElLENBElttlElt, l'AUM BUILDINO,
Spruce Btrcct, t'cranton.
DB. C. O. LAUBACII, 115 WYOJIINO AVENUE.
FItANK E. BOYLE, ATT011NEYAT.LAAV.
ltoonn 12, 14, io and IS Burr Building.
I'. K. TBACY, ATT'Y, CO.ALMONAVEALTII BbDO.
D. B. BEI'LOaLE. ATTOBNEY-LOANS NKOO
tfnlcd on real catate security. Mcara Bulldlfg,
corner AVnshliifstoii avenue nnd Spruco sticet.
AVILLA11D, AVABnEN k KNAPP, ATTOBNEYS
and counsellors-nl-law. Bcpubilcan Building,
JESSUP k JESSUP. ATTOBNEYS AND COUN-fcllOis-at-law.
Commonwealth Building, Boom
15, 20 and 21.
EDWABD AV. THAYER, .ATTORNEY. BOOM3
tX)3-C0), pih door, Mear.1 building.
L. A. VATI(E. ATTOBXEY-AT-LAW, BOAllD
- rndc Building, Scranton, l'a.
PA1TEBSON k AVILCOX, TRADEB'S NATIONAt.
c tomboys, o-i.i ni'runLicAN buildino.
A. W. BEBTHOLF, OFFICE MOVED TO NO.
211 lA'yomiiig incnue.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DB. AV. E. ALLEN. 513 NOItTIl AVASIIIN0.TON
DB. S. AV. L'AMOBEAUX, OFFICE 330 AVASH
ington aienue. Residence, 1318 Mrtlbcrrv.
Clnonlc olsca.-ca, lung?, heart, kidneys and
genito-urinaiy organs a specialty. Hours, 1
to 4 p. m.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FBANICL1N AVE
nue. Bates leasonable. ,
F. 7.IEOLF.R, Proprietor.
SCBANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & AV, PA3
eenger depot. Conducted on tho European
plan. VICTOn KOCH, Proprietor.
A. B. BltlOOS CLEANS FBIVY VAULTS AM)
cess pools; tin ador; only improved pumps Used.
A, B. Driggs, proprietor. Leave orders 11W)
North Main avenue, or licke's drug stole, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Both telephones'.
O. B. CLAnKE k CO., SEEDSMEN AND NUBS
er.vmen, store 201 AVashlngton avenue; green
howl', lfljo Noith Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTKL, BEAR 511 LACKA. AVE.
Scianton. Pa., manufactiucr of AViro Screens.
DRESSMAKING FOB CHILDREN TO OBDKB;
also ladies waists. Louise shoemaker, 212
MECSABGEE DUOS., miN'TOS' SUl'I'LIES, EN
iclopes, piper bags, twine. AA'are'nouse, liO
Washlngten avenue, Scianton, l'a.
THE AVH.KES-BABBE BECORD CAN BE HAD
In Scianton at th" news stands of Relsinaii
Bios.. 406 l-pruce and 60: Linden; JI. Noiton,
322 Lackawanna aienue; I. S. Scbutzer, 211
SITFATION AVANTED--Bi" gill t" do liou-c-work
or musing. Addicrs 414 New stiect.
AVAMEU By good gill n pluce to do hou-c-wmk
in piiuli- family; only -n-.iill fimllv
pajiug '.oud wages need icply. .M. C, Tilbniu
A POSITION wanted by :i young man to ivoik
.itli moons or eiciilngs, i.m as-ist in stu'i
ograpli) and Ivpewiitlng. Addicss, U. i;, S,, 10.C
North W.i-hington avenue.
OI Nt! MAN if 20, v.'ilh business eduiallon,
wauls bookkiiplug position or uttlco wen c
of tin i- kind, (He .veils' expeuento ns ilerk; cm
flit nl-lt iMclliut icttiences. AiIcIil'Ss, Position,
lio 10), Moo-lc, l'a.
AVANTED By a .loiuig lady with good iducutlon,
a posiiio'n ju an ofhec ol ns assistant book,
kcepei; highest iefciinces. Address Box Ml,
Haw lev, l'a,
AVAXTED Position us bail.ccper ill fii-t-ila-s
saloon or deb house In, p.uly who tlioi uglily
undirsiauds his luisluess. Luge cvpeiience, t-a-p.ible
of taking full iluige; lelcience as lo ilin
rtcT, ill.'; bae been owner and manager fur
iiiiinbii Jell'-. Addie.ss Box 20, Tilbune olfieo.
AVANTED small laiuil) washing done at bom,
Moud.ivs, Mis. Ed salmon, 020 i)l couit,
AVAMED A position as bookkeeper by gentle
mill with slstecn .ions' cspciLuic; best of
icfeicnics. II. Tilbune ofnee.
SITUATION WAN'lEI), by inairled man, as pi I.
lale co.ip1iiii.iii; best il'y itlcrenie. Apply
A, '.., Tilbune ofllic.
MUTATION A AXTEll By a woman to go out
woiklng c i to tike wadilug and nniiliu
borne, or go out washing and Iinulng, Addrcst
dl.i (bcliaid Bttrct.
SlI'l'ATIOS' AVA.VIED-A joung noiii-m wIMi
child 3 years idclt linusekcepliilf piefeued;
best icttirniej. Mis. Brown, Scranton postofilco.
S1TI ATION AV Willi) As clirk or ivorkmaii In
Jewcliy stoic; tidily )cn' c-tpjiieuic; good
lefciini Vdilics.s A. C. II., 22S Spring tilled,
West i'lttslon, l'a.
I, F. MEQAROEL S CO,
STOCKS. BONDS, SECURITIES
I, F. Megaigel. Boy Cheater Megargjl.
Hiei lal I'nro la exeivined liy
uh In the selection of hU?h
cluss Hullroad, Street Httil
wuy, titiB nnd Klectrlu
J.lRhlliib" sjevntltien, eon
I't'i'iiiiif,' AvhUh aao are pro
inn od tu submit tho tacts
us a basis of jutltreineut,
Yihuo high lale of income jield ll
ivciiiIj!, without in live maiket
leipiliei.ieriii, we ale in a petition
to fuiui.li attiactive ulleiings ot
loiiscimtivo ami pcinuucnt char
r Trask k
37 &. 20 pinu sj-Rtirr. NUW YORK.
MDMBGRS N. Y. STOCK iiXCHANGI;.