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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JL'EllltUAltl S, IDOL'.
ptell la lh Ssrsnton Ttlbuiu.
Montrose, l'cb. 7. Mr. mill Mih. WIN
Ham O. Mitclt, of Klmlrii. lmvo boon
t'lpltlnrr relatives In this place.
.Mrs. Mnhula Mossliifrev Is norloiisly
111 at the homo oC her tliuigliter, Mis.
Krcd Hint, on Depot street.
A deal Is about closed by which .1.
W. Spencer, engineer on the Lacka
wanna and Montrose railroad, pur
chases of II. II, JcHsup, esu of SJoran
ton, the Jessup homestead on Maple
street In this plnoe. Consideration
Xcxt Wednesday belnR Ash Wednes
day, the ocraslon will be observed by
special services at St. Paul's Episcopal
i-hurch and at St. Mary's Catholic
Thomas King, a young lad. kIvIub his
rildeiico Hlnghamton, who bad but
hterday been released from Jail,
lore ho had served a twenty days'
Ncntonce for some minor offense com
mitted at Ilallstead. was today ar
raigned before Justice M. H. Van
Scoten on a charge of throwing stones
at the windows of the rfsldcnce of
Miss Almlra Pordhnm. on Maple street.
King pleaded guilty to. the charge and
was sentenced to pay a fine of $1(1 and
costs. In default of which he was com
mitted to Jail for the period of thirty
Mrs. Oordon V. Hinds, of Fcranton,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Lyons, at their home on Chestnut
street, this week.
filenn Ouy, or Schenectady, X. T.,
visited bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. K.
Guy. at the Montrose bouse, the first
of the week.
John II. Murray, jr., of South, Wuv
erlv, n foster brother of the late Mrs.
O. A. Gilbert, was n visitor In town
Ms. James P. Taylor and Mrs. Ilrycc
Stewart spent Sunday last at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stewart In
Uonjamln Thomas and wife, of Scran
ton. were guests of their brother, Hev.
K. K. Thomas and family, at the Bap
tist parsonage in this place, the first
of this week.
Mrs. W. S. Mulford gave a thtmbln
tea to a number of her friends at her
borne on Monument square on Wednes
Will II. Jessup. esq., of Scranton,
was in town on business this week.
The annual spring inspection of Com
pany G will take place at the armory
on Friday evening, February 21.
J. II. Oorwln, of Syracuse, formerly
of this place, Is a visitor in town.
Mrs. J. G. Wilson has returned home
after a several days' visit with friends
tn Blnghamton and Hallstead.
Jacob Henry, of Downsvllle, Blng
hamton, is visiting friends In this place
where be formerly resided.
Edwin Hill Is visiting bis daughter,
Mrs. D. W. Brown, at Dalton.
Ira T. O'Neill, of Forest City, is a
visitor In town this week.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, Feb. 7. The Democrats
of the borough have placed in nomina
tion for school director Nelson J. Spen
cer, editor of the "Wayne County Her
ald. In place of Mr. Crossley, who de
clined to bo a candidate.
ltev. II. A. Behrens will be Installed
as pastor of the Honesdale Lutheran
church next Tuesday evening, ltev. Dr.
J. Herschmann, of New York, will con
duct the services.
A slelghload of members of the
Honesdale Liederkranz drove to Haw
ley, Thursday evening, and were the
guests of the Hawley Maennerchor.
The last number of the Chrlstlnn En
deavor entertainment course will be
given Tuesday, March 18, Instead of
Monday, March 17.
The third of the parlor talks by Miss
Susan E. Dickinson, treating on ancient
Fgypt, will be given at the residence
of Mrs. William II. Dimmlck, on Mon
day, February 10. at 4 p. m.
A jolly company, composed of four
teen Hawley young ladles, enjoyed a
slelgluide to Honesdale on Thursday
evening, and surprised Mr. and Mrs.
TV, G. Ridgeway, at their homo on
upper East street, where they had a
most enjoyable evening.
Mrs. Tanhouser, an aged lady, fell on
the ley sidewalk in front of Jndwln's
drug store, Thursday evening, and In
jured her hln aulte seriously.
Another of Alden Benedict's produc
tions will be seen at the opera house,
Tuesday evening, February 11. All who
have read the novel "Thelma" will be
desirous of seeing the play presented,
as dramatized by Charles W. Chase.
Excellent cast, beautiful stage settings
and magnificent electrical effects, aid
In making the drama one of the best
productions placed on any stage. The
beautiful Norwegian scenery and story
of the princess are Interesting.
fpeclal to the Scranton Tribune.
Susquehanna, Feb. 7. The case of
Irving Van Valkenburg against tbo
township of Clifford is being tried at
county court this week. Mr. Van Val
kenburg claims $10,000 damages for In
juries alleged to havo been sustained
by the breaking down of tbo township
The Erie, Itallioad company will havo
seventy locomotives built by contrai t,
thirty at the Baldwin Locomotive
works, at Philadelphia, and thirty In
the two locomotive shops at Paterson,
In the matter of the flat machines
recently seined by the Law and Order
society of Hallstead, Judge Seurlo has
ordered the police to publicly destroy
the machines within thirty days, Tho
defendants are to pay all costs of tho
The Susquehanna County Teachers'
association will meet at Hopbottom,
Feb. 2S and March 1,
Former Sheriff William T. Moxley, of
this county, is critically ill with par
alysis, at his homo in iilughamton.
Susquehanna's slot machines are Us
ing laid quietly aside.
A meeting of the committee of ar
rangements for the Hummer Normal
school for Sunday school workers, to
bo held at Heart lake next summer,
Will bo held In the Susquehannu Meth
odist church at 11 o'clock on Saturday
Miss Florence Jadwin, of Honesdale,
Is the guest of Miss Sara Anderson,
The big Leslie steam snow excava
tor is t work on the Rocliester divi
sion. A teachers' institute will be held at
Clifford on Saturday.
Thn Parker Concert rinmnanv v)li
appear In Hogan Opera house, Feb. IX
In the "Susquehanna Entertainment
The Wesloyan Male quartette ap
peared In Hogan Opera house last
evening, In the lecture course.
A. L. Craft, of Thomson, has hail Ills
pension increased from $G to $12 per
There Is a large attendance and
much Interest In the revival services
being held In the Susquehanna Bap
tist, the Oakland Methodist and the
Oakland Congregational churches,
quite a largo number of persons have
Special i (lie Scranton Trilimic.
Harford. Feb, 7. K. E. Jones start
ed Monday for South Carolina.
Tho Harford Agricultural society met
Feb. .1, and elected the following nlll-
cers for the year: President, G. A.
Stearns; vice president, A. T. Sweet;
secretary, E. 13. Jones; treasurer, E.
M. Watson; executive committee, B.
F. Hine, E. J. Whitney, A. C. Salis
bury. Mrs. Paul Sherwood and Mrs. Paul
Knlllln, of Wilkes-Harre, are visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrsi Hugh Mc
Connell, this week.
Mrs. Ballew and daughter, of Elmt
ra. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
Many of our district school teachers
were unable to get to their schools
Monday morning on account of the
The Aid society of the Methodist
Episcopal church met with Mrs. O. A.
Stearns. Fob. 5, for dinner. About
thirty-five enjoyed the occasion,
Itev. C. W. Howklns, of Bangor, Me.,
has accepted' the call to become pastor
of the Congregational church.
Itev. Dunning, of Blnghamton. N. Y.,
will occupy the pulpit of the Congre
gational church on Sunday.
Special lo tho Scranton Tribune.
Brooklyn, Feb. 7. B. B. Freeman, of
East Brldgewater, was in town Tues
day, talking up telephone business.
Bev. H. D. Smith has returned from
a trip to Connecticut.
The social at A. S. Waldie's on Fri
day evening was quite successful. The
Y. P. C. r. realized about $(i.
Edwin Weston, who has been in poor
health for some time, fell and hurt
himself so nadir that ho is now con
fined to his bed.
Miss Jennie Weston Is slightly Im
proved. W. A. Squier, or Binghnmlon, wns
called to Brooklyn, Tuesday, on ac
count of the Illness of his father.
Mrs. A. L. Kent and daughter, Nellie,
spent Saturday In Scranton.
Mrs. Amanda DeWitt has returned
to her homo in Hopbottom.
The Ladles' Aid society of tho ITni
versallst church will meet at the home
of Mrs. W. L. Kent next Thursduy.
A. S. Waldle was at 'the county seat
on business, Monday and Tuesday,
Mrs. Brewster, of Troy, Is spending
a few weeks with her uncle, Mr, Ely.
The house owned by Mrs. Iteynolds,
and occupied by John Salisbury and
family, was burned Sunday night. A
son, who had been very 111 with diph
theria, had to be carried to a neigh
bor's, some distance away, through tho
Tho Epworth league will give a rub
ber social at tho homo of L. H, Ely,
Invitations arc out for the mariluge
of Miss Louise Alney, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. A. J. Alney. to Dr. F. E.
Bond, of Philadelphia, February 19,
Several grangers from hero attended
the grange meeting at Hopbottom,
Wednesday ami Thursday.
A slelghrldo lo Foster wns enjoyed
Wednesday evening by Mr. und Mrs, .T.
D. IVckhnni, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cleie,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Austin, Mrs. S, B,
Kldrldge, Mrs. J. Q. Tew'ksbury, Misses
Louise Alney, Fonnle Stanton, Dr, F,
E. Bond and itev. It. L. Hoberts.
Tho entertainment given by David
V. Bush, in tho Unlversallst church,
Wednesday evening, Is very highly
spoken of by all who attended. He is
one of tho most successful Imperson
ators, and it Is hoped ho will givu an
other entertainment hero In the near
Spcciil lu lliu Scranton Tribune.
Unlondale, Feb. 7. Miss Edltji Smith,
teacher In the primary department, is
obliged to take a vacation, the result
There was n good attendance at the
Doylo pale. Tho stock sold at very low
prices. A number of our townsmen
speculated to an advantage.
Last Thursday the Ladies Aid society
of the Presbyterian church, nnd their
friends were again entertained by Mrs.
Phllo Burrltt, at dinner. Frequently
and sincerely was it heard from the
guests that they had been given a de
A ilttlu hov on tlm street tho other
duy was heard to say that he had rc
celved no Injury from tho blUzard, be
cause he had been vaccinated. A new
argument for vucclnnllon. Let tho
doctor take notice.
Prof. C. 10. Moxley visited the graded
The bear did not see Its shadow Feb,
2, There nro sonic who thing that they
can now better bear tho weather for tho
next six weeks.
Theron Dimmlck has a horse that Is
N. 0. Dlnmilck and wife were in
Forest City, Thursday.
N'n revival meetings are being held
this week In the Presbyterian church.
Miss Elizabeth Broat, of Scranton, Is
Visiting at tho home of her parents.
Special to the Scmilon Tribune.
Thompson, Feb. 7. Considerable aero
weather the past week.
Mrs. Harriott Gelatt Is quite ser
iously sick again at her daughter's,
Mrs. D, C. Witters.
II. M. Cole, of Scranton, was here last
Tuesday to see his father, Itev. L.
Mrs. Ada Turrell, whosu marriage
was mentioned last week, expects to
leave Thompson tomorrow for her new
home at Upsonvlllc. The best wishes
of a large circle of friends will go with
her. She was president of tho Ladles'
Find the King and
Aid society of the M. Ki church and
will be missed.
The ladles of the Belief corps who
spent last Tuesday with the Relief
corps at Susquehanna report a very en
joyable time. No hats were exchanged
nnd only one saeque.
Superintendent C. E. Moxley, of Hall
stead, visited Thompson school thir.
morning and went his way to Lancs
They have filled their icehouses at
the milk station this week with ice
two feet thick.
There Is some stir among milk deal
ers for vantage ground for the trado
the coming senson.
Special lo Hie Scuiilon Tribune.
Hallstead, Feb. 7. Mrs. Ernest Bead
and little son, Clarence, are recovering
from a few days' sickness.
Mrs. M. P. Currier has recovered from
a recent illness.
The handsome new 'bus. driven by
Fred Simpson, began its trips to and
fro across the river this week. It is
beautifully painted, and will furnish a
comfortable conveyance to travelers
between the two boroughs.
The Susquehanna County Teachers'
association will bo held in Hopbottom,
February L'S to March 1.
The Barber house, where the small
pox patients were conlined, is being
The conundrum social, which was
held at the home of Georce Hatfield,
was quite well attended. Proceeds,
Miss Luce, of Lawsvllle, was in town
Frank Nealls. of Scranton, a brake
man, had a narrow escape Tuesday
evening, lie was looking from the
window as tho enslne entered the
round-house, and his head was caught
between tho engine and round-house,
injuring his heud quite badly. Dr.
Schooniuaker was called to attend him,
and ho says he will recover.
David Gardner, a cigar manufacturer
of Montrose, was In town Wednesday,
looking after his numerous customers.
Mrs, Sidney Muck Is quite ill at her
home, on Chose avenue.
Superintendent Charles E. Moxley Is
having a new furnace placed In his
home, on Park avenue.
State Secretary K. B. Buekalew. of
Harrlsburg, will address the family
meeting nl the Young Men's Christian
association on Sunday afternoon. He
will also speak at the Methodist Epis
copal church In tho evening, which Is
to bo a union service. All are cordially
Special lo the Sciunton Tribune.
Elkdalo, Feb. 7. S. E. Lowry und
family nearly perished In the blizzard
Sunday nlglil while trying 'to muko
their way to L'nloudale, They encoun
tered snowdrifts and drove through
Ileitis nnd over fences until they were
dually lost, ami think they must have
driven miles just arpund and around
a Held, Tho wind Increased und they
were about to give up In despair as
they weio nearly frozen, Mr. Lowry
started on foot to Und human habita
tion some wliero. Finally ho succeeded
lu (ludlug u barn nnd nfterwards a
house. Neighbors willingly gave a help
lug hand and they found shelter at
the homo of Mr, Hounds, where they
spent the night,
ti. P. Quick, of Wlngor, was a pleas
ant caller hero last week.
F. A. Davis was entertained by his
sister, Mrs. James McAlla, Saturday
Joseph M. Peck, an engineer on the
O, & W. railroad, who was spending
Sunday with his family in this place,
was unablo to return to work Monday
on account of tho snow storm.
V rejoice to hear that we are to
havo our old pastor, Iter, Howell, with
lis Sunday, February 9, morning and
evening. As thero lias been no services
at the church for some time a large
crowd is expected,
Tom and Ed. Owens, who are work
ing in Carboudale, spent a few days
with their parents In this place last
Wall Street Itevlew,
New Voilt, Tcli. 7. The tnotemenl nl piltej
In toe!a' market bcrninc highly Irregular but
the tone tvat healthier anil the breadth oml 9V
tlUty In tho m.ukct Hire milntaliicd at yester
day's Iciel; The prnfevlonal operator., who
largely ab'orbed the m.itkel, operated "lib con
sldrtablo tonddenco mid itlil hot hesitate to buy
ami bid up slock In new ipiiittrs ut the saint!
time 111 they wctc (akin profits on their recent
ptncliHAPn In olhct, Some of tho closely held
investment Moel;, which have had Mutational
advance recently bocaure there were no shares
for rale even nl much higher b'd, relapsed tin.
lently today en attempt lo take profit., Illtitfs
(rating tho narrovrnc" of the market for lid,
class of stock, Lackawanna slumped H pJititt
on top of clcrdy'n ions of noaty 6 polnti,
and Northwest dropped 4i without recovery.
I.ickauann.1, however, rallied u points. Tha
same tendency waa shown to a less dcgieo III il
number of other railroad stocks which have becen
unreasonably bid up of late. There was a Very
notable pressure to reallie prolltx also In South
ern Pacific, In which the dealing continued on
a very large tcalr. Amalgamated Copper was
about the only slock in the list that showed
(Kwltlve depression, its losj at one time extended
lo 2J4 but this was reduced by a rally to l?i.
Tlw principal tutor of strength in the niarlitt
was Illinois Central, which advanced n etreme
SVi on a volume of dealing very unusual lu that
lather closely held security. Theie was an up
ward ruili in .Metropolitan Street Hallway which
carried at 2i over last night and a similar move
ment of more than 2 point In Siurar.but ncllhir
of these was maintained. Ilrookljn Transit i-ose,
more than a point, Lite lu the diy Manhattan
was rubied down on tho ncv.-a of an unfavoiablc
court decision against the company and this
m.idi! the closing of tho nurket unsettled. Total
imIim today, Mt.Tisi shares. Tin bond market
was quite active but irregular. Total nates, par
value. $.1,U!)0,(XX1. United States old -J's aduineed
U per ci nt. on the kit call.
The following quotations are furnished The Tiifj
line by M. S. Jordan A: Company, rooms 703','OJ
Hears liuiuilng, scranton, ra. Telephone, JSi
4 1 li
Atchl'oii. IV ...
Hall. : Ohio ...
Che. & Ohio ...
( hie. k (I. W . .
neck Inland ....
Kan. k Tex., I"r
Iioul.. & Xa.-h ..
M.lli. niov.it. 'd ,.
.Met. Traction .,.
Mo. l'aritlc . ......
Southern IMrifle ...
Norfolk I; Western ,
Krle. lf I'r
X. Y. Central .....
Out. & Wet
1'enn.i. It. It ;.
Southern II. It
Southern It. It., Pr,
Tenn. Coal .t Iron
f. S. lAMthcr
I. S. Leather, I'r .
t'nion Pacini', I'r .
Western Union ....
Col. Fuel tt Iron ..
. . S3Sr
. . o2j
. . :u ,
. . so',;
People's (l,u lot
Am. Car Foundry .
Am. Car round ry,
C. ft Steel Co ....
U. S. Steel Co.. I'r
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Far of 100.
Ijckawannn Dairy Co.. Pr
County Savings Hank & Trmt Co..
First National Dank (Catbondale) ..
Standard Drilling Co
Third National Dank
Dime Deposit and Discount Dank..
Economy Light. II. & I'. Co
Fir-it National Dank
l.aek.i. Trust tc Safe Deposit Co....
Claik k Snover Co., I'r
Firauton Iron Fence .t M!g. Co. ...
Fcranton Axle Woiks ,
Scranton Savings Dank
Traders' National Hank
Scranton Holt & Nut O o
New Mexico lty. & C. Co
Ecranton Passenger Railway, first
Mortgage, due 1U20
People's Micet Railway, first mort
gage, due 191S
People's Street Railway, General
mortgage, due 1921
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School 5 per cent.
City of Scranton St. Imp. C per
Scranton Traction !' per cent
economy Light, Heat k Power Co..
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. O. Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.)
nca ns $2.10.
Ilutter Fresh creamery, 23c,
23je.j ilatrj, 22c.
Eggs Nearby, 32c j fancy sloiage,
Peas Per bushel, $1.75,
Potatoes Per bushel, S3c.
Onions Per bushel, $1.U).
New York Grain and Froduce Market
New York, Feb, T. Flour- Quieter with the
wheat decline but not actually lower. Wheat
Spot easier; No. 2 red, STc. f. n. b. afloat and
DOo. elevator; No. 1 northern Duluth, SV.ie. f.
o. b. nftoal; options opened steady, but. reac
tions followed and the close was weal; at tiii?c.
net decline; Marelt closed KiTic; May, M5ic.;
July, 83U-'. Corn Spot weak; No. 2, CSc. ele
vator and 08c. f, c b. afloat; options opened
bteadv but turnwt verj" weak and closed weak
at -c net less; May closed 07c: July, (Wc. Oats
Spot easier: No, 2, 4S!ie.; No, :), 4?e.; No. 2
white, WViC ; No. 3 whjte. Coo. 5 track mixed
western, 4Saiyo,; trackAhite, 3na33c,i option!
unsettled and easier wltu other nuikeU. Ilutter
--Stiong; cieanicry, 20a2!'e.; do. factory, ll.USi.;
June creamery, 10a22e.; renovated, 13.i21c; iinltu
tiou cicamery, 15a20c; state dairy, lSa2"ic. Cliecso
Firm; state full cream, sin-ill early made fancy
colored, ll'.iJllic; .state full cicam, unall eatly
made, fancy white, llViilUic,! largo early nude
coloied, lOTic; laige early made white, 10?ie.
EggsFiim; state und IVunsvlwiila, 2ea2fK ;
western, 2Sc; southern, 27Vio.
Chicago Qritln and Froduce Market.
Chicago, Feb. ".Hears took aihanlage of tlm
ilnUniM in grain apeculatii.n today and the ile
iltli l rom traders to sell ami prcv-ed all the pits
lor lower pikes. At the rIoc May wheat had
lost lie,, Miy loni Hie., and May oj, Tiulf.
l'uirlslniis closed 3 tu 12Vi'. lower. Cash (Uola.
lions wen' as follows: 1'loui Dull and steady;
Nil, a Miiltyf wlnat, 7354aTl'.jC, J No. 2 led. Ma
He,; Nn, 3 uls. 4S4c No. il white, 4lsial(i',(:o.;
No. 2 lie, tifl.wiO'ie,; fair to ilmlic mailing, im'i
aillc; Nn. 1 Hat w'cd, ifl.iai'.a; No. 1 noi I hwc.1
Mil, I.T21a! pilme tlnintliv seen), tHI.23all.liUi
meu poll;, fl5.70al3.73i lard, ..l,'n!),37i: short
rib, W,:i3aN.3u; dry yalteil i-houidcrs, TaTVif. i
hoit clear Hides, Til,70aS.Wii wldtkey, tl.Ul.
Cliicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Feb. 7.-Oalatle-ltecelpts, i.COi;
slc-ady at late- del lines good tu piime nteer.'. irO.60
a7.20; poor to medium. Maii; .stockcra and feed
eii, .'.JOaL.'iO; cows, fl,23aS; heifeis, If2.50a7.ti0i
Te.as fed steer, Vl.SSat). llog Itcteipti today.
45,tnli toliorrow, 32.000; left over, ;i,3O0i opined
10al5e. lower: closed atcady; liiiied and hulchcis,
$ila(1.33; good tu ihulio heavy, Wl.uiiail.33; mugli
lieavy, W.lOaO.23; light, !f3.73a3.Mi bulk of tain,
3.lia0.30, Sheep Itecvlptu, 4,000; aheep btronif;
lainlM ationg; good to chuicc' wetlieis, itl.OOi'i.oO;
wcatcru i-hccfii, A.23a5.fi3; luthc lauibs, .sl.'.'ji
U.50; wcktcrn la.uus, !p3.23aU.ll),
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
East Ihifialo, J'tb. 7. -Catlle Reeelplii, 10)
bead; truikct about Meady at Monday'K opening
jirlces; veals, AI.7J.iO.23. lIugs-llcicliiN, l,tJ
head; iteady; heavy, i).30ai).51: miwij (Kickeia,
f0.40anVl; pigs, U; lougbs $3.4Ua3.is); ktaga,
If It 1.30. Sheep und Uimbs Receipt., 14,000 head;
lower for lambs; topj, u.23a0,5; culls tn good,
fl.djuii.u, fcui'cvp bieaiiyj iiurii 0B, i;i.oai.lsf;
cuii, in goon, f&u.iu; wvtncrs.
Oil City, Feb. 7. Credit balance, Mi ceitlfl
rated, no bid; thlpments, 50,10.1 bancN; aver
age, 77,3.'3 luriclii runi 6S,i00 barrclsj aver
ot'e, 67,4Sl barrels,
PRIVATE FAMILY wlslte to havo two rdco men
to board, (Itmiau or EnjlUli. Call any ,'raa
Iter Thunday, All cent enlcnces, 07 llarruon
Superfluous Hair Kemoved.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, Warts, and Moles, luiu
lesily, peiuiantntly, scientifically removed by
clcctrio needle; exclualto mctliod; na tears. Trial
treatment flee. Cull and be convinced. .Helen
K llufiijujji. DariuatolosUt. 312 WaaJdn:t0u avc.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
A'ore Thnn Four Linen, ,1 Cenl.s lor Rich llxtra Litis.
l'Oll HUNT Corner store No. I.'rtl Lackawanna
nicnue. Also dwellings nboic. Apply to
(loldsmltli llrox., .101 I.acUananna avenue.
St.V-ltOOM IIOUHL. 32 Forest court, between
Wyoming menue and llrle depot, llcnt, $12.
Mi.nroe Ilroun, Hull's Head.
i'Olt nKNT 7.i a month for half of stoie, 30?
KOIt ItM.NT SN-room flat with ateam heat and
ull modem improvements, from April 1. t.'all
early. I'red (J. Hand, IKXI Mulberry street.
l'OIt HUNT-Store room on second floor over :il
1-uckauanna avenue. I'latc glass front. In
quire of Krotosky llros.
STOIIK llUII.Dl.Nfl for lent In Dickon City, l'a.
Ilulldlng Ml feet by 24 Icot cellar under ull,
and second stoiy can be arranged for a family.
All, In good lepalr ready for ti.-e, Two co.il
breakers and mines ilosc by employing over a
Ihou-and people. An entei prising merchant can
get it large trade. Apply lo William II. Hlcli
wond, Itlehmond Hill, iUV S. Main aicnue,
1'AltM I'Olt ltr.XT--H or seven mlle.l from
Scranton, 220 am, well adapted milk or
truck. Inquire 1.1.1 Pom nvenue.
IIOTKti KOIt HUNT with HxturM! next door to
War theater, 310 Linden street. Mrs. ,1. C.
Vflll IM.'VT IV,.n. n.lt I liillliltni- HOW OCCll"
pied "by the Dickson Milling Co., N'0', ,'-,
Lackawanna avenue. W. I Iloylc, Connell Ding.
HALF DOUHLi: house. MS 1larrlou actlue, ?18.
AIo half double house, MOi I'lnn street, $IT. ,
i (.itnvmnii iiiiw iltij Wini liariiuii ain-.
(LEKJIIS FOR SAl.i:--Suricy. bobs and Toll
bind cutters, fllghtl.v ilain.iged. cheap: also
heavy team bobs. Ilrown's Repository, Ilull'a
LACK tTitTAlVi-300 paira fancy Curtains at
auction. ."OS Lackawanna avenue. S:e auc
lions. FOIt .SALE Xew double stereoptleon lantern in
cluding high pressure ilKs key nnd screen.
Ci.mnreascd gas U'.cd for llaht. I'ost 9123. Will ;
Kell cheap. May be examined in ofliee over D.iv
ciiport'H Hook Store, Main street, I'ljnioulh, l'a
FOll SALE Large load of pine kindling, slov.;
length, delivered anywhere for ?i.(W. Hard
wood, i2.50. Mall orders .Icnnlng", Central mine
Mvltcli, Fifteenth street, or bring your w.iton
and get u load,
FORCED SALE Two good honest ma red fur
work, wciglit 1,100 and 1,100; havo no work
for them. William II. Richmond, Iltchmoiid Hill,
Scranton, 3125 North Main Avenue.
FOR SALE CIIEAP-Fliewood, iron roofing, tim
bers, boards, ccantiing, etc.. fiom old call!
suitable for all purpoe. Jennings, Central
Mines switch, foot of Ilarr.pton street, off Soutii
FOR SALE Two light spring wagon and some
harness, cheap. Kvam," rear 1132 Luicme
roil SALE Cheap; horse, spring wagon and
lisrncs", at No. 1S2'V Cedar avenue.
Wanted To Kent.
WANTED April 1. Modern lion?, family of
three, (Jrccn llidge or vicinity of Nay A us
Park picfcired. Give parlicular-. W. II. F.,
For Sale or Kent.
FOR SALE OR RENT Single liotKf and lat, No.
111!) Mulberry stieet. Emilppcd with nil mod
em convenlenccf. Inquire on prciniie.'. John
FOR SALE OR REST Single hou.e, Ml Websici
avenue. Ten rooms: city steam beat; pos
sesion April 1. Ci, F. Reynoldi, Connell Dldg.
AUCTION todav and every day until sold out, sW
car-loads Pan-American exposition furniture
and linen, core-i'tins of tables, lion and bun
beds complete, dieasers, 15,1)00 pieces linen, blank
ets, pillows, counterpanes, piljow cases, towels,
etc.; large quantity carpets and lace curtains.
Carpets sold every day :! o'clock iJiarp at 51U
Lackawanna avenue. Cummings Pros., Auc
tioneers. Furnished Kooms.
FOR RENT One furnished room, with Improve
ments; alo one on third door, cheap. 027
FURNISHED ROOMS for rert, modem improve
ments; private family; gentlemen picterred,
at 537 Adams aicnue.
FOll RENT Two comfortably furnished roonn
for gentlemen: modern improvements i pri
vate family. 330 Washington avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished front loom, with heat,
bath und gas; near court liouso; uentleman
preferred. Address Room, Ilox 209.
FOIt RENT Furnished room; licit and bath.
u'5 Linden htrcct.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with beat, eaa
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at 3.19 Adami
FOIt SALE Several choice lots on Webster ave
nue between Pine .mil Gibson streets. Will
sell in plots of 10, 30 or 00' feet trontage. li. P.
Reynolds, Connell Uulldlnif.
FOR SALE New housn on Cornell slreel. Round
Woods P.uk; modem improvements; easy
terms. Apply to Spring Urook Lumber Co., or
E. S. Woodhouse,
FOR SALE At Clark's Summit; a place of Ave
acres, house and bain, good fruit! oheap for
cash. Inquire of Mrs. L. Lindsay, 1111 North
Main avenue, city.
FOR SALE One acre of land, improved with
nine-room hoike; plenty and variety ol fruit!
pood location In village of Fleetvllle. Mrs, Ollva
Flh, Fleetvllle, Pa.
WAN'TE1 Every housekeeper to tjy i kind woid
for our powdeis. after mill a i.m. Nn
liojihcu, Moths or Poultry Vermin, can tit a after
our poudcis me mcd. One application does Hie
wnik. If tour gnu er, diusgM or hardware mer
chant blinuld not have It, rend in jniir .uldri.
Two little bears on evciy can. I'llee 23 cents.
Factory, Dalton, l'a. Oltiee, 410 I'auli building,
STOCIv AND WHEAT THAIIERS without dilay.
Wiito for our special market letter. Free on
application. S. M, milliard k Co., members N.
V, Cbluolidatnl und Stock Sxcbange, tl and IS
Uroadway, New Voik. Itabllsiied IS'll. Loin;
HUliuve' Phone 2.ISS Droad.
Money to Loan.
LARGE OR SMALL anioiini.
lutrrcit 5 per (.cut. Okel
, Attoincy, Coal
ANV AMOUNT OF MONTI TO LOAN-Qulck.
stiaight loans or llnlldlng and Ijjjn. At
from 4 lo fl per cent, Call tin N. V, Waiter,
311-315 funnel! bulldiu.
LOST Cuff and gold button with diamond set
ting, in cential city. Reward for il icturn
to Joseph Speii her, SU7 Uoaid of Trade, or 32'!
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE FIRM of I. P. MegJigcl & Co. Is this day
dissolved by mutual conic-nt, Roy Chester
. I. P. MEGARGEL,
Anv debts duo lo or from the linn will be set
tled by the undersigned who will continue the
brokerage and commission business in Stocks,
UoncU and Securities under Hie Ann name of I.
F. Megargel k Co., witli headquarters in the Con
nell building, Scrauton. Pa.
I. P. MEOAliaKIi & CO.
Scrmten. P.. Feb. C, WM.
BBANOH WAWT 0FP10BS.
Want AdvertlsnmentB "Will Ho
Hocolved nt Any of the Follow
intj: Drujj Stores Until 10 V. M.
ALBEIIT .BCHULTZ, ootntr Mulberrj
trt and Wbtr trenue.
OtJSTAV PIOHEl.. O50 Adtna Menu.
atoitar, w. jcnrins, ioi south Min
FltED h. TUIH'I'n, T29 Cedar avenue.
fJEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
venue and Market ttrect.
CIIA11LKS 1'. JONES, 133T Dickson
r. J. JOIINF, P20 Green lllrtgc street.
C. LOrtKNZ, corner Washington ave
nue and Marion street.
W. II. KNLTFEL,
1017 Irvlnj avenue.
J. o. noNE k SON.
Help Wanted Male.
VOl'Nl, MEN wanted anj- distance, copy leltcis,
home evenings nnd return to u. We pay $i
per IhouMlid bend iiildre.sied envelope, pirtleulns
and copy. P. M. C. Dipt. 135, Him 1111, Phila
delphia. CIVIL SERVICE government positions. .'(.SSl up-
polntmcnts made last year. Probably 10,0ix
this j car. Only common school education re
quited for examination. Catalogue of informa
tion tree. Columbian Correspondence College,
Washington, I). C.
SEVERAL CIGAR SALESMEN wanted in every
flection; experience uniiecessary; good salary
and expenses paid. Emanuel Company, Station
J., New York.
WANTED To the rigid parties, permanent sal
aiied positions will be given. References re
quired or Mcurity. Call 510 Spruce street.
WANTED Men with salesmanship experienco lo
represent an old firm. Men with brain, tact
and energy (others need not apply) such men can
make big money. Permanent position to call on
merchants local territory. Excellent chance to
right parties, trail or address .Mr. Lehman, St.
Charles Hotel, Scranton.
WANTED Experienced colored or white coach
man. Must have good reference. State wages
expected. New 'phone 5009. 43 William street,
WANTED A hustling agent at Scranton for large
corporation. Good commission. No opposi
tion. Address Room 78, Simon Long bulletins;,
SCIISCnil'TION Solicitors wanted for a Iimh; to
house- canvass for The Tribune; good commis
sion, with a fair guarantee fur tlrrt-class workers.
Apply personally at limitless Manager's ofilcc,
MAN WITH SINGLE TEAM to deliver and col
lect; no canvassing; Y21 a week und ex
penses; jl.V) cash deposit required! permanent.
Manufacturers, (F) Ho .'lifi, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED Dy leading Philadelphia house, first
clas3 salesman, to sell general linn of paper
to the retail trade, one who has an acquaintance
preferred: inubt have best reference and bo able
to furnish bond. Address P. O. Box 20S. Phila
delphia. Help Wanted Female.
GIRL WANTED for general housework in very
small family; English or German preferred.
Mrs. G. E. Dean, 1530 Momoc avenue (cor. Green
LADY CANVASSER wauled lo solicit subseiip
lions for The Tribune; (rood commission of
fered with a fair guarantee for first-class worker.
Apply personally at Dusincss Munagei's oflicc,
YOUNG LADIES wanted any distance, topy let
ters, home evenings and return to iif. We
nav SS per thousand send addressed cnt elope,
particulars and copy. P. M. C. Dept. 133, llux
WANTED Experienced, accurate stenographer
tvllli good English education. One who un
derstands law work preferred. Address in writ
ins;, K. C, rare Tribune.
WANTED -Girl for nurse and second work. Ap
ply SOD ijulncy avenue.
WANTED Dy a good girl to do houscwoik in
private family; only small family paying
good wages need reply. Address K. S Tribune
WANTED Oirl for ccneral housework at Dalton.
Address IL T., care Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED By all srounel black
smith, horseshoeing a spetialty. Coleman
HorenV, lear M Pltttiton atcnue
SITUATION WANTED-HV an etpett laundress on
ladies' and gentlcmcu'is flue laundry; ran
launder cvloied colored shirts without fading.
1114 Lloyd street, top ttcor. Rest of city ref
erences. SITUATION' WANTED Hy a middle aned ladr as
nou'cl.cepor or at general houiewmk in Mii-ill
family. Caa givu icli'ience. Addicts E. S., Tiib
REFINED, educated young woman wants em
ployment; any one tle.lring her seiilces in
any nay address C. II., Tribunu office.
SITUATION WANTED An expert laundress
would like tu get ladlcV and gentlemen'
laundrv Flopping at hotels! can launder colored
stilus 'without fading theuii best of city tefel
cntc, 714 I.lo.id sheet, top floor.
WANTED Dy middle ago man, a place as cool;
in hotel or restaurant. Addiess Cool., Tribune,
A MAN who uniltistatids all Limb of hotel truth
would like In work cu-nlnga in hotel or ics
taiiraut. .Wilms Cluille, Tllbelnu oftiiu.
SITPATION W,NTED-Hy .1 widow to iln wasli
iug, ironing or dialling of any kind, Ad
dress Mrs. J. Millie. 712 Selinell court.
Booms and Board,
ROOMS TO RENT, with board. bW Mulberry
WE OFFER TO
BUTTE ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANYI
Of Uutte, Alout.
(Butte It the greatest copper producing1 city In the world.)
5 First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds.
Denomination $1,000, maturing 1 to 30 years. Amply provided for by reserve sad.
ticking fund. Net earnings three and three -qusrters times interest ihaiges.
Write fur report of Mr. fcimud liuull, President ef the Chicago Ed Won Co., and special -circuit
RUDOLPH KLEYBOLTE & CO. ,
3 Insertions 25 Centsi
Mora Tim Pour Lines, 6 Cents for Hncli Utra Lint,
Certified Public Accountant.
KDWAItl) C. SPAULDING, 2.1 TRADERS HANK
Hulldlng, and St, Paul Hulldlng, New York. "
EDWARD 11. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNELii,
KnEDERICK li. HROWN, ARCH. H., REAL
Estate Kxcliangc Dldg,, 12a Washington are.
Civil and Mining Engineer".
II. !,. HARDING, C00 CONNELL HU1LDING.
DR. C. E. EILENIIERUUR, PAUL! HUILUINQ,
Spruce street, Scranton.
DR, C. C. I.AUI1ACH, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
FliAKK E. DOYLE, ATTOIINKY-AT-LAW.
Roorru 12, H, 10 nnd 18 Hurr Building.
P. K. TRACY, ATT'Y, COMMONWEALTH IJLD0.
D. B. REPLOOLE. ATrORNEY-LOANS NKG6
tialed on real eatate security. Mears Hulldln?,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce street.
WILLARD, WARREN k KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and connsellors-at-law. Hepubllcan Uulldlng,
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN-scllors-at-law-.
Commonwcallli Hulldlng, Roomi
10, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY.
90J-W4, Dth lloor, Mears building.
L. A. iVATRKS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DOARU
of Trade Building. Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON k WILCOX, TRADER'S NATIONAta
C. COMEGYS. D-l.t RI'PUDLICAN DU1LDINO.
W. UERTIIOLF. OFFICE MOVED TO NO.
211 Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. 513 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S. W. L'AMOHEAU.Y, OFFICE 330 WASH
tngton avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry.
Chronic uiseajes. lungs, heart, kidneys and
genlto-uriiiary organs a specialty. Hours. I
to 4 p. m.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE.
nue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZIEQLCn, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D L. & W. PAS-
senger depot. Conducted on tho European'
plan.- VICTOR KOCH . Proprietor.
A. B. DRIGQS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cess pools; no ?dor; only improved pumps use'd.
A. II. Briggs, proprietor. Leave orders 1100
North Main avenue, or Elcke's drug ctore, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Hoth telephones. "
C. R. CLARKE k CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NURS
rrymen, store 201 Washington avenue; grcea
houses, 19J0 North Main avenue; storo tele
phone, 762. '
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACKA. AVE..
Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of Wire Screens. .
DRCSSMAKINO FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER:
also ladies waists. Louisa Shoemaker, .212
MEGARGEE DROS.. PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN
vclopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, 120
Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa.
THE WILKESDARRE RECORD CAN BE HAD
in Scranton at the news stands of Ilelsman
Bros.. 400 fpruce and 503 Linden: M. Norton.
322 Lackawanna avenue: I. S. Schutzcr, 211
RHEUMATISM AH turtles that wish can
speedily and permanently cured of all ta
rietles of Rheumatism by a vegetable compound
Ciues guaranteed. Inquire or address J. E. Tay
THE ANNUAL stockholders meeting of Dickson
Mill and Grain company will be held in Room
(121, Connell building, Monday, Febiuaiy 17,
11102, at t o'clock p. in.
EDWARD L. DUCK, Secretary.
ESTATE of JesMe P. Thompson, late of tbo city
of Scranton, Lackawanna, county, Pennsyl
Letters tcatainontaiy upon tlu above named es
tate have! been granted to the undersigned. All
persons having claims against the same will pro
bent them for payment and all peisous indebted
tlieteto will make immediate pa.tiueut to
TUB TITLE GUARANTEE k TRUST CO..
of Scranton Pa Executor,
135 Washington avenue.
CLERK'S NOTICE IN UANItHUITOY 111 the Di
trlct Court of the United States for the Mid
dle District nf Pennsylvania, Christian E. Con
ner, of Scianton. Lackawanna County, Peun,yl
vanla a bankrupt under tho Act of Uoiigriw of
July 1, ISOS, having applied for a full discharge
from all debts provable against lib estate under
said Acl, notion is lieicby givin tn all known
creditors and oilier persons in Interest, to ap
pear liefon- tho said Court at Scranton. in taid
District, on the 24th day of Februaiy, at in
o'clock in the finenoon, In show eaiue, if any
they have, why the prayer of the said petitionee
should not be granted.
EDWARD 11. W. sr.Aiil.E. Oils.
I. F. MEOARQEU & CO. X-
STOCKS. BONDS, SECURITIES
CONNELL BUILDING. jj
Spencer Trask & Co
27 & 29 Pine St., New Yorj:
We mull tivon reqiiosf carefully f
prejiureil descriptive list of
Mmbrs N. Y, Stock Exchange. :
Branch Office: Albany, N.T.
YIELD ABOUT 5
ST., NEW YORK.
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