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THE SC11 ASTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1902.,
Special to llio Scranton Tribune.
Montrose, Fob. 10. The cngUKemcnt
Is nnnouncod of TMIsa Margnret Keeler,
a imtlvc of Montrose nnd ti former
teacher in tlio imblto schools of tills
county und Wayne, to Carl Uarcntzen,
of Mannts, I'orlo Itlco. Hoth Mr. Dur
entzen and Mips Keeler nro hi the em
ploy of tho government, the former an
collector of Internal revenue nt Man
nisi and hln nflluncct uh a tencher in
the public schools of tho Inland. Miss
Keeler Is a graduate of the MontroFC
High Bchool und lias a host of admir
ing frlendu In this place.
Revival meetings urn being held
nightly at the African Mothodtst Epis
copal J5ion church, under the direction
of the pnntor, ltov. I. U. Walters. The
pastor Is being assisted by" Rev. Daw
son Edwards, Rev. Peter Korrls and
Rev. Arlington Thompson.
Married, at tho Presbyterian parson
age In this place, by Rev. A. L. Ren
ton, D. D., on Saturday, February S,
1002, Eugene Page, of North Fulton, X.
Y., to Miss Edith Morse, of Coventry,
Dr. Henry Corson, aged 10S years and
for sevcnty-llvo years a practicing
physician In Susquehanna county, died
on Saturday at tho home of James
Arthur, in Forest City. Ho was born
near Camden, N. J., on March 1C. 1704.
A family survives him two sons being
Robert .Council, of Easton, was In
town on business on Saturday.
A few young people spent Friday
evening with Miss Ressle J. Mack, at
her home on Church street. Various
games were Indulged In and dainty re
freshments wore served. Those present
were Misses Madeline T-oonils, Iovlsa
Hill, Lulu Scott, Rertha Benedict, and
Messrs. Ray Cruser, Fred Rrewster,
Bruce Lott and Louis Loomls.
Tomorrow evening, al Village hall,
will be given the last lesson and hop
of Professor Schenlc and his dancing
class, until after Lent. Miss Jessie
NSchonU, of Blnghamton, will furnish
music for tho occasion, and a large at
tendance is anticipated.
The First National bank, of Mont
rose, will bo closed on Wednesday, Lin
Valentines are now the all-absorbing
topic with our sentimental young peo
ple. George L. Sebrlng, of Blnghamton,
was calling on friends in Montrose on
George Halpin, of Blnghamton, hpent
Sunday in this place.
William Dacey, who has been ciitlc
ally ill at his residence on Depot street,
J. M. Kelly, esq., was piofessionally
engaged at Pcianton and Uniondale last
Court is still' in session, and It Is
stated that there Is business remain
ing sufiiclont to have kept a jury at
rtork the balance of this week, had tho
jury been available.
The boom of Editor Henry T. Birch-
,-ird, of the Susquehanna Transcript
Ledger, as a Republican candidate for
the state legislature, is assuming foi
mldable proportions and it begins to
look as if he would prove a sine win
ner In the county convention. Every
one heieabouts is for Henry first, last
and all the time. The nomination of
Mr. Birehard would be equivalent to
his election, and that is more than can
in truth be said of all the legislative)
isplrants in this county this year. We
think Henry has tho call.
Fpeclul to the Scranton Tribune.
Ilonesdale, Feb. 10. The- annual
Martha Washington dinner, given by
the ladles of the Presbyterian church,
will be served on Friday evening, Feb
The raid on slot machines has not
reached Honesdale yet, This Is not due
to a lack of machines, as Honesdale
lias been used as a dumping place for
lty special request, Rev. William H.
Swift will repeat, nt the next Sunday
morning service, the sermon delivered
Sunday evening, Feb. 2, by him, on the
twenty-llrst anniversary of the Chris
It Is many years since Wayne county
has hod a representative at tho na
tional capital, representing the Fif
teenth congressional district. She has
good material, a Just clulm, and is pre
paring to put up a strong light to carry
the nomination at the next district con
vention. Tho annual business meeting of the
Honesdale Presbyterian church will bo
hold in the chapel on Wednesday even
ing next. Tito treasurer's report will
be presented, and three trustees will bo
Mrs. J. E. Burbour returned to her
homo in Patorson immediately after tho
funeral of Iter mother, Mrs. Stanton,
jn Saturday, to join her husband, who
Is 111 with quinsy.
A very sweet song sdvvlco nnd reci
tal was given In tho Presbyterian
church instead of tho regular Sunday
evening sermon, on Sunday. Tho choir
was ably assisted by Mrs, Walter A.
Wood, who sung several solos, und Mr.
Eugino Ham, of Scranton, whoso (into
playing Is so highly appreciated by
At tho opera house this (Tuesday)
evening, Alden Benedict's new scenlo
production, Mario Corelll's "Thelma,"
will be. Been, Tho mere announcement
of this popular drama will Insure a
There is a probability of another cut
ting shop being started in Honesdale,
by parties well up In glass cutting nnd
prepared to do an extensive business,
The Erie will run one of their popu
iar excursions to New York Saturday,
Fob, 22, Fare from Honesdale, good
for return on or before Monday, 32,
fptrlal lo tlio Scranton Tribune.
Susquehanna, Feb. 10. Mr, Fmiik
Dowd, of Golatt, was in town Wednes
day, Mr, h, C. Emery, of this place, spent
Susquehanna nnd Oakland ought to
accomplish some good its there are
four revivals in progress,
A goodly number of our school chil
dren ure being vaccinated.
As N, a. Bishop und Edward Can
trell, of Lake Side, were returning
home from Susquehanna Saturday
their sleigh shied Into the dugwuy and
threw them out hurting them' quite
seriously and tho. horse ran away but
wus stopped by Mr, Canington.
Mr f w TnbeY, a former Susque
hanna resident, was lately elected di
rector of the Lackawanna and Mont
rose railroad in thu place of W. II.
Miv Wick Pope, tho funeral director,
of Jackson, was In town Saturday.
Tho Rev, T, F. Dyer, of Jnektmii, has
been nsslstlng In the revival meetings
at this place.
Mr. E. J. Fttgo spent Sunday with
his family in Montrose.
Tho young son of the Erie detective
of this placo was drowned In Elmira
"The Fast Mall" will be at Hogan's
opera hotfe on February 15.
Special to the Scrmiton Tribune.
Luke Ariel, Feb. 10. The Ailel Musi
cal club, under the guidance of Miss
Nellie Holllstor, of Holllstcrvllle. met
at the homo of Mrs. A. L. Cobb, re
Can you read
cently. The object is to study the com
posers. Extracts were read from The
Musician, on the life or Kobelik, the
violinist, who is now making such a
furore In the musical world, by Mrs. A.
L. Cobb. Miss Mae Phillips read ex
tracts from the life of Liszt. The sev
eral offleers were elected and assumed
their positions. The next meeting of
the club will be held February 24, at
the home of Miss Rosa Sandercock. The
follqwing were present, and all are
members of the club: Mrs. Eugene
Lesher, Mrs. ISugenc Samson, Misses
Mae- Phillips, Norma Cobb, Katie Fer
ris, Marjorle Andrews, Rosa Sander
cock, Verna Kellam, Edith Osgood,
Messrs. Adelbert Andrews and Slar
George Fessenden, of Hollisterville,
went to Scranton on Saturday and
started on the return trip early in the
evening, and when he reached a point
above Elmhurst the team took the Erie
railroad tracks, as the traveling was
better theie. Tho wagon road was
drifted full and the team was unxious
to get home, so they took the best road.
They followed the rallrtfad to Wlm
mers, and there he stopped and got
warm at the telegraph 4jfifce about 2
o'clock this morning. Tlve'TPpkrator in
sisted that ho should stay until morn
ing, but he started on tho remainder of
his trip, and no moie was seen of him.
On the way he had lost his hat and
had wound the horse blanket around
him to keep from freezing. Luckily no
trains were moving to disturb the pro
gress of the teum and Its precious
freight. The wind and snow was blow
ing a terrific gale, and progress was
A farmer from Elmhurst, living on
the farm of a man named Gorman,
drove to Wimmers after a load of hay,
yesterday, and on tho return trip the
team and load got stuck in the drifts
near the reservoir above Elmhurst, and
men were compelled to shovel the snow
from the roads before they could go on
their way. They were still at the task
at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, und were
making very good headway, expecting
to get the load homo for the Monday
morning breakfast of the herd.
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
Hamllnton. Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Gale, of Scranton, spent Sunday with
the former's mother, Mrs. Amos Brooks.
C. M. Lorlng Is putting in two pane
windows in Miss D. P. Hamlin's sum
mer cottnge, which adds very much to
its outward appearance.
Rev. E, A. Qulmby Is holding revival
services for the past two weeks In tho
Methodist Episcopal church, assisted
by Rev. Mr. Howiand, of Now York,
Mrs. Caroline Heberllng entertained
a party of young peoplo Friday even
ing, In honor of her daughter, Miss Del
pheuo Heberllng, who has been spend
ing the winter in Philadelphia. Those
present wero: Misses Alkman, Connor,
Walker, Patterson, Watson, Hldwell,
Hkelton and Elhi, Ida and Ada Bortree;
"Messrs. Heberltng, Bortree, Cobb, Will
lams, Cross, Watson, Crown, Gregory
and Friend and Howard Walker,
Tlio Ladies' Aid society of the Metho
dist Episcopal church will serve sup
per In O'Malley's hall this evening, be
ginning at C o'clock, Home-mado candy,
Ice cream and aprons will be sold.
The Star Social club will give a pro
Lenten dance In Sarsfleld opera houso
Tho funeial of Jphn Rrogun took
plueo on Saturday afternoon, Services
were held in St. Mary'H church. Jnter
intuit was In St, Mary's cemetery.
The funeral of Miss Margaret Tougher
took place yesterday afternoon from
the family residence on the West Hide.
Interment was lit St, Mary's cemetery.
Stephen Kelly, qf Main stret, is crit
ically ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. C, Stegmaler, of Wilkes-Barre,
was a visitor hero yesterday,
Jacob Webster and V. H. O'Brien
r r J'.
l 7 : fl
y?TPtltlrTemedy'tb.at cures a cola In one tlay.
made a trip to Wllkes-Barre yesterday,
relative to school affairs.
Miss Anna floldeit, of" 1IIII street, Is
sulTerlng from u severe nttnek of
Miss Nellie' Reap has returned to
Elmhurst, after spending a few ijnys
with her parents on tho West Side.
Mrs. Wllllnnt Grahani left on Sunday
to undergo treatment for thu throat In
Dr. Thompson'B hospital.
Miss Anna McLaughlin, of Miners
Mills, spent Sunday with Miss Matilda
The marriage of James Graham, of
North Main street, and Miss Etla Keith,
of Lincoln Hill, is announced to take
plare on the 20th Inst.
Special to tho Scranton TiUjlmc.
Pittstou, Feb. 10. Chief of Police Lof
tus and two patrolmen were called to
Dock street at tho rear of South Main
street lust evening about seven o'clock
to quell a disturbance among the Ital
ian element in a boarding house on
that thoroughfare. The information
was furnished by one of the boarders
who claimed he had been hit over the
head with a beer bottle, ulthough ho
showed no outward sign rf having been
In close connection of such a formid
able missile. Eight members of the
colony, including the Informant, were
gathered' to the mayor's castle and
the usual heavy fine imposed. Three of
the prisoners paid up and were released
while the others were released' on bond,
promising to cull around this morning
and settle with their bondsmen. This
morning they failed to appear, however,
and were rearrnsted.
William B. Richards, for the past
three years chief of police and health
oflicer for tho borough of West Pitts
ton, has tendered his resignation. A
dispute between the burgess nnd the
chief as to' whether it was the latter's
or the high constable's duty to serve
property holders with notices to con
nect with the borough sewers, was tho
direct cause. Tho resignation was to
have taken place immediately, but on
persuasion of the council, Mr. Richards
has decided to remain on duty until
the end of the borough year March 1.
There is a decidedly encouraging as
pect to the smallpox situation in this
present, and tho disease has been al
most entirely stamped out. On Friday
afternoon the quarantine which has
been on the home of J. B. Evans and
John Kolinke, of Lagrange street for
the past fourteen days has been lifted
the two 'children at these homes who
were afflicted with the disease having
entirely recovered. On the West Side
but one ease remains and that is at tho
Allan home on Exeter street, where
Mr. Allan has almost recovered.
The quarantine at the Williams home
on Luzerne avenue, whore the disease
first broke out, was lifted Sunday
evening, as also was the quarantine at
the home of John W. Breese, John Gra
vel! and John Howell, the Inmates of
which had been innnocently exposed to
the disease at the Kolinke home two
weks ago. As yet all travellers between
Pittstou and West PIttston are re
quired tp furnish certificates of vac
cination. The aristocracy of West PIttston
held a dance this evening in the new
building now under construction at the
Exeter Machine Works. About two
hundred guests wero In attendance.
Frank G. Weeks has accepted a ppsi
tion in Tainaqua and has resigned as
burgess of Hughestown borough. Har
ry C. Hunt, who has served one term
in that capacity, was today appointed
to the offlce by tho Luzerne court,
Frank Day, the young burglar
who broke into and lobbed the house of
Edgar Cooper in West PIttston about
a year ago In broad daylight, was on
Saturday sentenced to live years in tho
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davles, of Lu
zerne avenue, this city, left today for a
southern tour. They have given up
housekeeping here und will hereafter
reside in New York city.
John Volght, a well known PIttston
printer, who has been employed In New
York city for the past year, has re
turned to this place having taken a.
position with C. C. King. Lewis Bauch
man, for the past live years or mora
foreman of Mr. King's printing estab
lishment, has resigned.
Because he was not armed with a
vaccination permit, tho guards at the
Water .street bridge here this morning
refused to alloy a strunger to pass Into
West PIttston norough, whereupon the
man returned to tho East Side and then
walked across tho river on tho Ice
which was fortunately strong enough
to hold, The guards thought the bold
venturo entitled tho man to enter the
borough and they made no protest.
The Italians of this vicinity held a
meeting in McCann's hall on South
Main street yesterday und organized' a
brass band, Professor Antonio Munlz
zl, of Old Forge, was elected leader,
A number of Pittstou people are
members of u skatng party at Har
vey's Luke this atternoon and even
ing. They went t d from the lake
via, the trolley lino, The following
were among the number: Mr. and Mrs.
John O'Donnnell Mnngan, Mr, and Mrs.
C. F, Bohan, Ml3Sea Alieo and Nora
Maloncy, Misses Alice and Nora Don
nelly, Mss Agnes Murphy, Miss Mar
garet Mnngan, M. N, Donnelly, C. P.
Bohan, Dr. M. J. Majoney, J, J, .Mur
phy, William Fay, Patrick Gallagher.
Thla slgnaturo ! on every box of the genuine
Wall Street Review.
Now Yoik, t'di, 10. There wii some appiction
sloii In rpetulAtlte circles that the uipport ic
fouled tho matket on Saturday utter the appeal'
once of the hank statement would (note but KM
Iwiniy mill tint A sot buck was Imminent in tho
mlrwd il nfnrL. 'lliu linmv fir. tnr iritrtrlcd
f oicr Hiindsy, especially that nt Uiterson, caused
ntimiionm apprriiciiMon iiorore me opening. "
imcaslnos',' howoirr, proied lo be unfounded.
Tiioip was nliunitant Inlying ol stocks from tha
opening und but little liquidation win encoun
tered. Tlirie v Indeed prollt-laklng In many
of tlio plucks which Iiavi! nail stilltlng advances
recently, but tho sttcngtli m illurlcd to new
point. Today' niaiket, although disclosing pome
striking features of stiength, by no meatu look
on tho full proportion of a bull market In
either tho loluinc of dealings, tlio extent of tho
advances or the bir.ulth of tho distribution, 'llio
bulk of tlie business was Mill conceited com
pniatlvcly few stock", notably Southern Paclllc
and the Headings nnd stocks most noaily allied
to them. The strength of the Cotters wits duo
lo tho belief that on adjustment of labor dis
putes was assured. Tho soft coal csrrlcia shared
In the moicuieiil. American Kxpicss rose 11 nnd
Wells, I'argo & on tho conviction that dc"tel
opments arc pending In tho Cipro business.
Thu lmlustilaU generally were Inclined to lie
heavy except those having to do with lion and
steel. Total pales today, 731,000 shares, Tlio
bond niaiket was active and blood but ooinenhat
Irugulsr. Total siles, par ulue, ?M23,O00.
t'nlted States bonds wero all lmeliawrcd on tlio
The folloulne rpiotutlons are furnblied Tha Tilb
uno by M, ti. Joidan k Company, roonu TOomOG
Hears buildli'g, Siunton. Vx. Telephone, C008
i' 1 74
Atchison, IV .,
Hall, k Ohio .
Chcs. k Ohio .
tide. H. (. V
Kan. 4- Tew, Vv .,
Louts. & N'd li
.Manhattan i:ic ....
Sll-Hourl Pacific ...
Southern I'aclllo ...
Norfolk .t Wittcni
1'rifl, 1st l'r
. V. Ccnti.il
Out. .t Wrat
Pcniu. It. K
Kaulherii It. 11 ....
Southern It. II. , l'r
Tcnii. Coal k lion .
! S. Leather
I'. S. Leathei. l'r .
... . .1KU
I'nlou P.Klllo ...
Union Pacific, l'r
Western Union ..
Col. fuel & lion
Am.ll. Copper ...
I'eople'.s (!as ....
L (II. Ml
Am. Car iViundiy ...
Am. Car foundry," l'r
l. S. Steel Co
L". fa. Ktcel Co., l'r .
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co.. Pr.
Counlv SaWnsi Hank & Tiu;t Co.
l'libt Xatloual Hank (C.ubomlale) .
Etandanl Plillint; Co
Third National Mink
Dime Deposit and Discount Bank.
L'conomy I.icht. II. & V. Co
First National Hank
Lntka. Tiut !: Safe Deposit Co...
Clark & Snocr Co., Pr.
Scranton Iron fence S: Mfg. Co. ..
Scranton Axle Works
fcciantou Saiings Hank
Traders' Nation.il Hank
cunton Holt & Xut C o
People's Dank 133
New Mexico lty. & C. Co
Scranton rasjcnffer Itaihvay, first
Mortgage, due 1D20
People's Street Hallway, ilrt mort
gage, duo 1913
People's Micrt Hillway, General
mortgage, due 10J1
Dickson Manuficturlng Co
Lacka. Township School 5 per cent.
City of Scranton St. Imp. 0 per
Scranton TiaUlon 0 per cent
Economy Light, Heat & Power Co..
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected liv 'I. G. Pale, 2"' I.ackiwanna Ao.)
Butter ficsli cieanuiy, 23c; June cieainory,
23!ic; dairy, 22c.
i:ggs Xcailiy, SJc. : f.incj stuiage, 27c.
l'ea l'cr bu'hel, $1,711.
Potatoes l'er bushel, S3c,
Onions Pir bushel, il.CO.
New York Grain and Produce Market
Xew York, fib. 10. Hour Vciy steady nnd
fairlv acthe on top grades; winter .straights, .Si.70
n3.03; .Minnesota patents, If3.y0al.13. Wheat
fapot Bleadi; Xo. 2 led, S7li-. f. o, b. nlloat;
Xo. 2 led, DOc. elevator; J"o. 1 iioitheru Dnlutli,
hViV. t. o. b. atloat; fiom nn cosier opening whiat
shaiply milled; the maiKct finally bioU- and
cloned cv-y at '4c net decline; Jlarcli, S'JT-, ;
.Miy, S:)',ic.; July, S.!34c. Coin Spot t'W, .o.
2, o7c. elevator and OTic f. o, b, nlloat;
niter opening lower coin Milled to yield latei;
tubseqiicnlly advanced again and then declined,
cloidnjf nitlicr wenl;, at '.ia'ic net decline; .May
iloicd (K)ic; July, txlitc. Oatj Spot easier;
No. 2, lSc; .No. il, 17'sc.; .N'o. 2 hlte, lOal'JVic;
Xo. 2 wlilte, 4S!gc. ; track nilscil ivestein, 4Sa
IOc.j tiack wjiitc, 30a33c; optloiH e.pciieiiccd a
n'lcio decline following a bear mid. Huttei
film; cicaniery, 20.i2e.; do. faetoiy, 11'iaiuc;
June cieamci), I.'m'JIc. ; state dally, I3a2..
t'heeae I'iunei; btato full cream, Hiiall caily
made fancy colon d, H31nl2e. ; htau- lull cream,,
small early made fancy white, llV&nllftc; I-iiro
eaily made coloied, lOVic; lai-gu early inado
white, 10?ic. fens film; slule and i'cnnl
anla, ssa-Jtie.; wcateui, 2SaJS'ic.; southein, 23c.
Chicago Oraln and Produce Market.
Chicago, Feb, 10. Time was a shoit lhed at
tempt to laid thu outs pit today and with little
Hippotl sit hand, pilct'3 sflfeied in comeqcucc.
Otliciwiso thu gialn nurkotH weie of the common
place t nc, with verj' nauow tletatlons and slight
ly leaii?h tendencies. May wlieat closed '.ic.
lower; May corn, 'ia'.ic down nnd .May oat.s,
?ia74c. depressed. I'roiislons alter conio activity
dosed Ctflie. lilghcr. Cash ijotatloiu were ns
follows floi Steady; No. 3 pilng wheat, 73a
7Hc; No. 2 red, 84aS3c.; No. 2 oats, 43iiallc.;
No. 2 white. lJalCc.; No, ;i white, UVialSlic;
No. 2 nc, 3'JVic. j fair to choice milling, lilu
03'ic,; No, 1 norlhwestern, fl.71',; piimo tint.
olliv seed, .I.OO; inesij poilt, IH5.7011573; lapl,
IJO.33.10.40; short illw, If3.40aij.3.3; dry salted
shoulders, 7a7',icj shoit clear sides, 'j8.70a8.fcO;
BufTalo Live Stock Markat.
i;.i,t IHiffalo, Feb, lO.-Cattle-llccelpts, S.230
heiuli ipilet but steady for good to bct steers
und couiinoii fat cons and heifers stock, medium
isl.S2al.S0; canneu to good butcheis, ifi.23il.lU;
bulls 4.60; btnekcru nnd tecdeis, dull and
weak, cxicVt for prlmo fcedeis; inlleli cows dull
for all butchers; veals, $.7.19.23. Hogs Ilecelpts,
17,000 Jicad; uctive, 6al0e. lower; heavy, M.43a
U.R0; mixed, ?l,S0a!M0; pigs, .bila-.U0j (ougln,
W.40J.5.C0; stags, im.lio. hheep and Lambs
Iteceipts, 13,01)0 head; artiic, OalOc, udiancp over
lat week's tlosiligr; tnii IjiiiIh, ii). 20,10.23 ; a
few fancy, (d.!IOaa:i3 ! others; l,'l.50a."i.lJ; .heep,
liimj tops mixed, fl.73al.PO; culls to good, ipj.2jj
1.70; wethers, ifo.i3.Mj jearllngs, M.00a3.73.
Chicago live Stock Market.
Chicago, fell. 10, Cattle HcccipU, n,UW;
steady; good to pi line steeis, $0.30.17; poor to me
dium, 1 1 ail I stockeis and feedcis, If.'.oail.riil;
cows, l.'-'3aj; helfeis, -'.WaS.'iJl cauneis, SI. 23a
2.23; bulls, Ip2.23a4.50j cahes, f2.Wa7.O0; Ti'x.is
fed steers, lali. Mugs Hcccliits todaj, 03.000;
tomoriow, 4i,000; left ocr, S.OOO; steady to shado
lower; mleil and butchers, i.03ail.:ii; gool to
choiie lica, W.COaiUI: lough heny, ila(l.'23;
light. r3.70aU; bulk, iJ3.lWaO.SO. Sheei-ltcccl)ts,
22,000; sheep and lambs, attlvo and steady;
tood lo choice -wethers. 4.ou,i3.7J, western
sheecp, ami jcaillugs, $l.23a5.00; nathe lainlis,
ff.o0a0.I0; wcstcin lambs, 3.2:.i0..
Oil City, Fib. 10. Ciedlt luliiuei, Hi; ceillfl
cates, no bid; shipments, 101.33.1 luinls; ater
ugc, 78,(110 baireUj tuns, IW.TOV JitruU; aver
ae, M.323 bariels,
Special to llio Scranton Tribune.
New Jillfoid, Feh. 10. The Ladles'
Missionary society will meet at the
homo of Sirs. II. B. Carpenter on Wed
JIIhs Helen Hutchings will entertain
the "Wee und Otherwise" club at the
linn lougn steels, luaiae. lower; nest steels, fu,.iO
all. 73; liiedluui tu good shipping and cvpoit, ?3..TO
all.. 'i.'); liglit tu pilme butcheis, $l,23a3,40; piimu
helfeis, i3.23a5.&0; othcis, Kl.SOaS: bejt tat cous.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
A'nrc Than four Lines, 3 Cent for Rncli UxtraLlii:.
I'OIt ltKST We hate two or three desirable
homes for tent, Call early, );. Finn .v honi,
Cor Alb anil Penn nvc, 'I'hones, 173-2 and fW3.
UOUSi: fOll HUNT, al ISS Qulncy nwnuc; oil
modern Improvements. Inquire at 410 (Julncy
l'Olt ItfNT Hiilldlnp occupied by llelrcr tt
Warnke, rorner .Main and Jackson trett; best
location in lljdo 1'aik. Apply to lS.il Suideisoh
FOll HUNT llnlarjed ofnee ill I'aull bulldluj.
Apply ti Janitor,
l'OIl IU1NT Slnsle houso on tlrecn Itldge street.
Inquiie lOi'l yaniK'reon t,Vfmir,
I'OH IinXT Corner store No. .':ol Lackawanna
avenue. Alto dHclllnss above. Afeply to
doltlMiillli Dros,, .101 Lackawanna avenue.
l'OIl Ri:xv "3 a month for halt of store, MB
l'OIl HUNT Store room on second floor over 319
Lackawanna ,iemie. Plate eIum fiont, In
quire of Krotoiky Hros.
STOnil DUILDINO for rent In )lekon City, r.
Utilldlng fO feel liy 2i feet cellar under till,
and second stoiy can bo arringcd Tor family.
All In good repair ready fur ne. Two coal
breakers and mines close by employing over a
thousand people. An enterprising merchant can
get a laige trade. Apply to William II. Rich
mond, ltlehmond Hill, 3423 N, Mala aenue,
FOll HUNT fiom April I, building now occu
pied by the Dickson Milling I o.. No. li
Lackawanna acnuo. V. r. lloyle. Council Hidg.
HALF DOUI1LK hou'c, CSS HairUon avenue, M3.
Also half double houw, 1003 l'lno sticet, $17.
Possession now. Apply 030 Hairlson avenue.
HKLOIA.V HAltfS for sale; hlgli grade; pedi
greed btock; nil ages; nil prices fiom l,00
up; now is the time to start bleeding for spilng
ale. Call or address (liecn Itldgo Habbltrj, llllj
Capouse aienue, .Scianton, Pa.
LACi: Cl'HT MNS otnj palis fancy Curtains at
miction. 30S Latkawanmi atenue. See auc
tions l'OIl SAI.i: Nw double stcicopticon lanteni in
cluding high picssutc divi ki and screen.
C'ompiesed gas ti5ed lor light. Cot A123. ill
sell cheap. May be examined In oflice mir l).n
cnpoit's Hook otoio, ilalu street, l'ljmouth, I'u.
l'OIl SALH Laigc load of pine kindling, stove
length, delnered an.iwhe.iu for ?100. Hud
wood, 2.30. .Mail ordeis Jennings, Cential mine
switch, fifteenth ttieet, or- bilng jour wagon
and get a load.
1'OltCKI) SALE Two good honest marci for
woilv weight 1,100 and 1,100; have- no work
for theln. William II. Hlchmoiid, Iliclunord Hill,
Scionton, .1123 Noith Main Aemie.
FOR SALE CIIKAP fiiewod, lion looting, tim
ber?, boards, scantling, etc., fiom old cars;
suitable for all purposes. Jennings, Central
Mines switch, foot of Ih'i.plon sttcct, off Soueh
FOll SALE Two light spring wagons and borne
harness, cheap, Evans, rear 1132 Luzerne
rOH SALE Cheap; liorso, spring wagon and
harness, at No. 1S2(1 Cedar avenue.
Tor Salo or Kent.
rOH SALE Oil RENT rami 120 nties, near
Watcrly; house and two barns; large apple
orchard nnd sugar bush. Inquire f. E. Stone,
321 r.intUn street.
I'OH SALE OH ltEN'T felngle house and lot, No.
111!) Mulbciry street. Equipped with all mod.
nn coiueniences. Jiupilrc on puiui-es. John
I'OH SALE Oil HUNT Single lioue, Ml W'cbstci
nenue. Ten looms; city steam belt; po'i
session April 1. O. f. Reynolds, Connell Dldg.
Wanted To Purchase.
CASH PAID for old gold and sihei, jewelry,
watches, diamond?, silverware. Address Ed
waul Doyle, 2223 Park Row llullding, New York.
Plint.IO SALE The under.-lgncd will sell at pub
lic sale at bis pi uu of business, 313 Adams,
Piiday, fibruary 21, llKll, at P o'clock u. ni onu
rubber tiled coach, pioperty of Thomas J. O'Don
nell. for bill of repairs, storage and costs. M, T.
Keller, Scianton, Pa.
AUCTION' today and every day until told out, fix
cuvloids Pen-American c.io.slilon fiiinituie
and linen, consisting of tables, lion and biass
beds complete, dic-scrs, 13,000 pieces linen, blank.
ets, pillows, counterpanes, pillow cases, towels,
etc.; laige quantity c.iipets and lace curtains,
I'arncls bold every day :l o'clock shaip at DOS
Lackawanna uicnuc. Cuminlngs llio-.., Auc
I'OIt HUNT I'urnlshed loom for gentleman, 'villi
Hsu of bath, Address 331 Webster au-nuu,
I'OH REST Ono fmnUhed room, with improve
ments; also one- on third floor, cheap, 027
rURXISHED ROOMS for rent, modem Improve
nients; private family; gentlemen pietcired,
at &37 Adams aicnue.
I'OIt RENT Furnished fiont loom, with heat,
bath and gas; near court house; gentleman
preferred. Address llooin, llox 200.
FOll RENT rurnislicd room; beat and bath.
CCS Linden street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RF.NT. with beat, eas
and bath, gentlemen preferred, at 630 Adams
Unfurnished Booms Wanted.
small ones, on top floor of prhate house, not
In center of cit). Address A. L., Tllbuiic.
',200 WILh buy 100 atio arm three milej from
NlilicUoiv, Terms tn suit purchaser. Aim
stiong & Kaudeis, ugeuts, PIttston, Pa,
tiPLK.S'DIll lll'll.DIXa site frr sale, or wiliaiye.
licit Hill section, for small home. Address
Mil Mears llldg.
l'OIl SALE Seuial iholcc lots on Websier ale.
nue between Pino and (iiboon sheets, Will
aell hi plots of 40, 60 or 00 feet Irontage, (J. l
He) nolds, Council Hiilldiug.
I'OIt SALE Neiv houso on Cornell street, Hound
WooiU Paik; modem Inipioicmeiiis! eas
terms. Apply to Spring lliook Lumber Co., or
E. S, AVoodhouse.
FOR SALE At Clark'd Sumiiiit; a pl0 f i q
airis, houso and bain, good fiults cheap for
cash. Inqulic of .Mrs, L. Lindsay, 1111 .North
Main avenue, city. ,
FOR SALE One cr of land, improicd with
nine-room houso; plenty ami larlety ol fruit;
good location in Ullage of rieetWHc, Mrs. Oliv
Fish, Plectvllle, Pa
home of Mrs, Jano Hairlson on Thur.s
day evening-. r
Tho y. I, c. boeluty will meet at the
homo of Dr. K. A. Snyder 'Phurt'day
afternoon at 3:15.
Oeorgo Egsart went to Now York
Saturday on huslness,
Miss May Bradley, of Hush, spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. M. O Ilradley.
Miss Helen Hutchlngs visited Ring
hamton friends Saturday.
Air. and Mrs. Fred Cook, of Ulngham
ton ure visiting relatives in town.
Mr, and Mrs. M. Alney, of Scranton,
wore guest a at tha home of A r vine
Brink on Saturday.
BKAN0H WANT OtTICHS.
Want Advertisements Will 13o
Bccelved nt Any of the Pollow
ingr Drug-Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALDntlT BCHULTZ, comer Mulbcrrj
street and . Webster avenue.
(JUSTAV PIC1IEL, 030 Adams avenue.
oconai: w. jeskins, 101 south Miu
FllKD L. TE1IPP1, 720 Cedar avenue.
North Scranton '
OEO. W. DAVIS, cormr Noith Ma.u
atenuc and UarkcC street.
CHARLES P. JONES, 13,
F. J. JOHNS, 020 Green RhUc street.
C LORENZ, comer Washington ave
nue and Marlon street.
W. If. KNEPFEO, 101" Iriing aeuue.
BONE k &ON.
Help Wanted Halo.
WANTED A nnn who has had some cpcricmc
(M a collector at.d holicltor. Would be le
qulicd 10 gilu bond. Tin- Southcin Mining f ur
poratlon, J317 frankford aicime, Philadelphia.
WANTED To tlio light piitics, iii'imaiiiiii nl
aricd positions will be- given. Rcfciriius iv
(lulled or senility. Call 510 Spince sheer.
WANTED Men with salesmanship expeiltnce to
represent nn old Hi in. Men with hwilii, tact
and energy (others need not apply) nich men can
make big money. Peunanent position to call on
meichanU local teirltoiy. EcellMit cli.uau to
right parties. Cull or address Mr, Lehman, it.
Chillies Hotel, Scranton,
WANTED Espjiricnced coloied or while coach
man. Mutt' bale good lefeieuce. Hlato wages
cpectid. Xew 'phone X0'. 13 William street,
WANTED A hustllmr agent at Scrantun for lirse
corporation. Uood commission. No- opijosi
tlon. Addiess Room 7i?, Simon i.oug building-,
WANTED-By leading Philadelphia boase. first
class salesman, to sell general lino of paper
to the retail trade, one who has an acquilutaiue
prcfeired; must hae best reference and be able
to furnish bond. Address P. O. Ilux 20, Phila
delphia. Help Wanted Female.
WAN'lED An cspeit cook
CilRL WANTED for geneial houscwoik in leiy
small family; English in' tienii.ui pieieiied.
Mis. G. E. Dean, 132'J Monroe Jienuo (cor. (Sieeii
LADY CAN'VA-siEH wanted tu solicit suWiip
tloin, foi The Tiibunu; good coinmls4on of
fcied with a fair gumintei' for fnst-cliis-s woikcr.
Apply peiMinallj at Huslness Msnigei's ollke,
WANTED E.ptrlenecd, uccuiato steuogiapher
wltli gooil EiikIUIi education. Oui- who un
derstands law woik picfened. Addies In wilt
ing, E, C care Tribune.
. . . - ' ..I
WANTED Hy u good gill to do hoic-ework in
private family; only small family pa In?
good wages need icply. Addiess E. S., Tribunu
WANTED Girl for general housework at Dalton.
Address 11. T care Tribune.
WANTED General iiRent for tho ouiity of
Lackawanna lo lepicsent the Empllc Life In
surantc loiiipauy of Now Yoik tlncoipoiutcd Til)
to n man ot e.pciientc- und good lecoul a llbii.il
contiait is olkicd. Addiess stating cxpcilentu
and lefcienecs. C, Zimnur, supeiintendcnt ot
agencies, 220 Uioadwaj, New Yoik.
AGENTS TO SELL "sC'HLEY AND SANTIAGO"
by Geo. E. Graham. Aiitngraph ltitiodiiciion
and peisonal account of battle by llcii-Ailuilr'l
SCIILEV. THt;i: STORY Of SA.NTIAl.O 1'OLD
FOR flltsT TIME, by thu only cje-wiliieiscs of
the light. Sells faster than "l.Ifu ot MiKlnly.''
Liberal commissions. fHEf. Ol'TflT UKADY.
Send scion 2-cent ft. mips for potiigc. Iluuks now
icadv, llcwaic of Imitations, Can be hid onlv
fiom" solo publisher. W. II. I'OXKP.V COM
PANY, Chicago, III.
SITUATION WANTf.D-lly a good honest gill at
general housework In mull prhatu family,
Addrcs Miss 11. R. l'oid, Genual IVUuiy, llt.i.
SITl'ATION WANTED Young man deslics sllu-
atlon as bookkeeper. Kiiriciiuil. Good lef-
eicnces. Addiess II. G,, c-aiu of Scranton Tilbimc,
AN EXPERIf.NECED woman wi-hes n ,osttluii m
housckcepci or light hoiucnoik. Can ba seen
at Arlington Hotel.
SITUATION WAN'IED-Ily all aiound bluek
smith, hoiseshoeiiig u specialty. Loltmaii
llorcuk, icar toil Pltttstou uicuue.
SIll'ATION WANTED-Ily an epeit l.iundiess on
ladles' and gentlemen's Una laundry; tan
launder coloied culorid mills without lading.
1111 Lloyd ttieet, top floor, Rest of cilj ref
erences. SITUATION" WANTED lly n midillo agid lady a.
housekeeper or at general houscwoik In mull
family. Cmi ffho leteientc. Addicj E. S 'tiib
REFINED, educated jouiig- woman wants cm
pUn incut; any aio detlilus: hei seriki-a in
any way address C. II,, Tribune of III.
SITUATION WANTED -An wmm Imndiivs
would Hko to get ladleV mid ge'iitlcnieu'i,
laundiy slopping nt linteli; can 1 Hinder (clj.ed
skills without lading them; best ol illy irlci
tine, ill I.K'jil stieet, top floor,
WANTED lly middle age man, a place ns imd,
in hotel or restaurant, Addict Cunk, 'lilbune.
A MAN' who ui'.ilcutiuids all kinds of hotel v. oil;
would Hko tu woik ceiiiugs In hotel or ies
tauiant. Aildie.is Charlie, Tribune ofntc,
ferii'ATION WAN'TED-lly a widow to d.i wa7h"
ing, Iroiiiui m (leaning of any kind. Ad.
dies Mis. J. Millie, 712 Silmcll couil.
blOCh AND WHEAT TRADERS without delay.
Ml lie for our special market letter. I'lio on
application. S. M. Ilihbard & Co., members N.
V. Ccnsolidated and Stock beiiauge, II and IS
llroadttaj, New Yoik. Ealaljltahctl ISJI. Long
Distance' Phono 23SS Uroad.
Money to Loan.
LARGE OR SMALL amounts. Piomptly made.
Interest fi per cent, Okcll, Attorney, Coal
AKV AMOUNT Of MONEY TO LOAN-Qulek.
straight loans or UulUlIng and Loan. At
from i to 0 per cent. Call on N, V Waikci,
ilU-313 Connell Inilldlny.
LOST Cuff and sold button wltli diamond set.
ting, in central city, Heuaid for Its return
to Joseph Speielicr, 307 Bouid of Tiade, vr 3!1
PRIVATE FAIRLY wishes to law two nlci) men
to board. German or F.n-lliLi. Call any tlnu
Iter Tbuiiday. AH (.oniui:ncc &07 llaiiln
Insertions 25 Cents
Tin l Pour Lines, Cents for CacliUxtri U.ll,
Cortiflod Public Accountant.
KDWAllll C. SPAULtllNO. 2.1 TRADEItS UANK
Dulldlngr, and St, Pntil llullding, New York.
EDWARD H, IJAVI8, ARCII1TKOT, CONXIXh
FIlEDEniCK L. DROWN. A11CIL D., REAU
Estate Exchango llldg.. 12H Washington ave.
Civil nnd Mining Engineers.
II. I liAIlDIN'O. CM CONNELL IIUILDIKO.
DR. C. U. EILnNUEIlGER, PAULI UU1LD1NO,
Spruce stieet, Scranton,
DR, C. C. LAEHCII. 113 WVOMINO AVENUE.
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATT0nN'E-AT-iAW.
Rooms 12, it, 10 ami 13 Iluir llullding.
V. K. IRACr, AIT'V, COMMON1VEALTII 11LD0.
D. B. ItlU,i.OnLEA'n:ORNKY-LOANs"NT:G(n
Haled on real cctale security. Hears Hulldlnj,
corner Washington avenue and Sprtico street,
WILLARD, WAlillEN' & K'N'APP, AlTOItNEYS
and Counsellors-it-Uw. Hepubllcau Hullellng,
JESSUP &. JESitIP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN-felloi-s-at-kiH-.
coniinoiiAcaltli llutldine, lloomi
l"), 20 anil 21.
WAIID W. THAYER. A'tlOltNEY.
W.I-001, Oth flooi. Meats building.
''' A. WATRI:!5' ATTOHNEV-AT-LAW, ROAlllJ
of Trade nulldlng. Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON- ,t WILCOxTrnADER'S NA 1'ION'At
C. COMEOVS, o-ll RIPUCMCAN HUILDINO.
,w- RRKTitoLP, oiticiTmoved 'ro"Na
211 Wyoming atrn'ie.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Dlt. W. E. ALLEN. 312 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S. W. L'AMOREIUX, OFriCU 39 WA9U
Iroton avenue. Residence, IS13 Mulhcny.
Clirpnie aleo.-es, Iung, lieait, kidneys an'l
gcnlto-urlnary organs a spcclaltj. Hours. 1
to 4. p. m.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CVFE, 123 ANU 127 FRANKLIN A l
nue. Hates reasonable.
- P. 7.IEGLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON' HOUSE, NEAR D., L. tt W. PAS-
senger deput. Conducted on tho European
plan. VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
A. B. BRIGGS CLEANS PlllVY VAULTS AND
cox pools; no idor; only improved pumps used.
A. I!. Brlggs, proprietor. Leave oidors 1100
North Main aicmic. or l'.lckc's drug etorc, cor
ner Adams and Mulhcny. Both telephones.
G. It. CLARKE k CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NURS
crimen, store 201 .Washington avenue; green
houses, 1030 Not Hi Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL, HEAP, fill LACKA. AVE..
Sciaiuon, Pa,, manufacturei of Wlro Screens.
DRESSMAKING l'OIl CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladles waists. Loulss Shoemaker, 21J
MEGAHGEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN
i elopes, paper bigs, twine. alehouse, IV)
Washington aicnue, Scranton, Pa.
THE WILKI'.S-UARRE RECORD CAN BE HAD
in Scianton at the news stands of RouniMii
Bro.. 400 pruco nlul 60.1 Linden; M. Norton,
!S22 Lackawanna aientie; i. S. Schutzcr, 211
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE 1TRM of L I'. Mi-gaigc! & Co. is this day
dl'sohi'd b) muliiil eoiii-eul, Roj Chest -r
I, f. MEGAHGi:i.,
Am ill his due In or fiom the flini will bo ct
tied by the uinler'signcd who will continue tin
liioku'igc. and coliiniU'lon business in StOfki,
llniuls and MHUiitics under llio llrni mine of I.
f. Meaaigel A. Co., with headwiartris in the Cou
ncil buildl.ig, Scianton, Pa.
I. f. MEGARGEL 4: CO.
Scranloii. Pa., fell, 0, 11)02.
IMIEt'MATlsM All iinilles that nl-li ran l
spceilllv and pamiiuntly cuied of all ml
rlellct of ishi'iunatlHii by n vegetable i oiiipound.
Cuira guaiiiiuecil. Inqiiui' or addle. J. E. Tay
Superfluous Hair Bemoved.
M'PEHI'Ll'OI'S HAIR, Waits, and llolej, pii'u
Umly, piTiiiau.'iitli , scleuliHially lenimcil b.v
clectilc iucillo; ewlimio uiclhod; no seals. Ti'a
tiealiiKiit lice. Call mil be loniinecd. 11-1 r
S. Until nun, Deiiualvloglst, 812 Wnshliigton aj.
Booms and Board.
ROOMS TO RENT, with board. aOD Mulberry
'I HE ANN't'AI, stecklioldei.s meeting ol DlcUui
Mill and Gialn company will be held in Komi
i.21, Cuiiiiell bullillntr. Monday, Febiuaiy 17
11W2, ut I o'lluck p. in.
EliU MID L. llLCK, Serretar;.
s'lOCKIMM.Ulills MKI'.'llN'l! Thcro'.wlll be i
hum linn of Uu sUii-klinlileiif of fliBNComum
ciB' liv to. hi thu ofllic of 11. 0. Iliooks, Tiad
us' Rank lmlldlug. ill I ho illy cf Srrantou,' Pa ,
n Monday, llio 171h diy of fcbuuiy. IP02, .it
2 p. in, lliu pmpoto ol the nieeling Is to.takii
act Ion on lliu piopn-.eil by-laws anil no olhvr
1hiImp will be lianstctcd.
JOHN" A, SCHADV, Kecictai)-.
, Pa., IVb, .1, 1I0.1, .. ",
ESTATE of l". D. SI i veils, late of tho Borough ol
jhtnmuic, Ljckuwatnw county, Pcnnsj Ivaula,
dec cased, '
l.ellcrs tcstameiitaiy upon thu aboie estalo.uiv.
ing bicn giantiHl to tho undersigned, all persons
having claims against the same will present them
lor pajnient ami thoso Indibted theietu will
nlcasu iiiako Immeillatc paiinent to
' DAN POWELL, Adminicular,
fomii' of (lioo and Illakely St roots.
WIL1.AUD, WAIIHEX i KN'AI'P.
Attornejs for Estate.
I, F. MEGARQEL. c OO,
STOCKS. BONDS, SECURITIES
Spencer Trask & Co
27 & 29 Pine St., New York
We mall itpou request carefully
prepared desoriptlvo list ot
Memtxri N. V. Stock Exchange,
Branch Officer Albany, N.Y,