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THE SCRANTON TIOBUNE-imiDAy, FEBRUARY 21, 1902.
?pccll to tlic Scranton Tribune.
Tunkliunnock. I'd., Keu. 20. At n
meeting held In the l'rcanytcr
lan cliuroli on TttcHtlay evenlwr, it wnn
:1reldert to build n new pnrsonnRc on
the lot now occupied by the old par
soimro, opposite the cliurch on Putnnin
Htvpot. 'J'l( l" bttllOlnff, now occupied
H a dwelling by Uenjniuln It. Shook,
will accordingly bo demolished In the
Hpriiifr, and u new nnd modern cdlllco
elected on the site.
Corny II. KIshpuURh, of Ilitrrlsbut'B,
wiw u visitor In town on Tuesday.
The result of the boroimli election,
held on Tuesdity, wiih mm follows: For
justices of the peticc, V. S, Kilts: re
ceived lr.l votes; T. M. Harding, 107;
ChnrleH M. I.ee, MG; John V. Slcktor,
130. Kutz find Lee were elected, For
ltlgh constable, .Toseiih 1j. Cnilln re
ceived II.", nnd ChnrleH Vaughn, 13S.
For auditor, W. A. Klttridgo recelvrd
lfil, and F. AV. I'lntt, 131. For poor
mnstcr, N. A. McKown, 170, nnd Draper
nillliiRH, 12C. First ward For consta
Wr, Addison Cuey,' 58; Samuel II. Jen
kins, S9. Judge of election, II. C. Pro
vost, 75; Aliirtin Schlatter, 71. Inspec
tor of election, "U". It. Arnts, S7! Steph
en Itobertson, 60. Town council, U K.
Mc-nde, 5S; S. D. Heed, S3. Second
ward For constable, N. W. Reynolds,
7::, and It. M. Piatt, fil. School direc
tors, i:. C. llerrlck, 102: R. W. Lewis,
ICC; "U. "f.,. Urot-k, 'IB; F. L,. Slttscr, 17.
llerrlck and Lewis were elected. For
town council, 1?. L. Lyman, S3; "W. D.
Sampson, 51. .Tudgc of election, Joseph
Welch, DS: Henry Kitchen, SO. In
spector of election, Harry Cortriglit,
Si; Fred L. Herman, 53. The first
named candidates are Republicans, the
second Democrats. The proposition to
erect a county poor house carried In
this borough by a majority of 21) votes.
It Is probably defeated in the county
nt large. The result of the election
shows that a small vole was Dolled,
and that there was much splitting.
The funeral of the late .Toscuh Arm
strong will take place at his late resi
dence on West Tioga street this Thurs
day afternoon :it .'! o'clock. The cause
of death was apoplexy.
Miss Josephine Staik, who has been
visiting friends at Wllkes-Hane and
Scranton, the past week, returned home
Epctlal to the Scranton Tilbune.
Faetoryville, Feb. 19. Mr. Charles
Gardner is reported gaining in health.
Mrs. Amelia Green, who was taken
so seriously sick last November, is
still confined to the house.
Master Robert Stanton, only son of
Undertaker George Stanton, is suf
fering with muscular rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Bailey, of Har
ford, have been visiting relatives in this
place and La Plume.
Mr. Gorton Chase of La Plume has
rented his farm to his brother, Chailey,
and is thinking of moving his family
down in our quiet botough. Come on,
Mr. Chase, we will be glad to welcome
Tile members of Captain E. J. Rice
post and Mrs. Sarah Rico Circle will
elolirato Washington's birthday next
Saturday evening in their hull. A rare
treat awaits the members of these two
organizations as an excellent pro
gramme has been carefully arranged
and a templing repast will be served.
The committee on arrangements are
sorry to say they will be obliged to ex
clude the public on account of ro'om in
the hall and that the evening's enter
nlnment will bo pilvute.
Miss Delia Coleman returned home
this morning from an extended visit
among friends in Scranton.
Mrs. Almliu Maynurd-Athertun, of
Paw Paw, III., writes a friend here that
her husband recently sold nine steeis
As the result of Tuesday's election the
following persons were elected; Judge
of election, S. C. Reynolds; Inspector,
S. S. Taylor; council, Byron Carpen
ter, John B. Coult, Rufus P. Llnrtley;
school directors, W. W. Bard, E. S.
Hinds; constable, It. II. Reynolds;
poormaster, George B. Sprngue: audi
tor, Luman Reynolds. A straight Re
publican ticket, In favor of a county
poor house, 1G votes for nnd 21 against.
Madame Rumor says that Levy Lind
lcy will rent his home to a. E. Stanton
nnd move his family to Scrunton where
he Is In business.
Bessie Spencer, who fell on the Ice on
New Year's night, Is still confined to
the house but is slowly gaining.
Mrs. G. R, Smith Is still confined to
her bed and Is a patient sufferer, be
ing bright nnd cheerful most of the
Fpeeiol to the Scranton Tribune
Forest City, Fob, 20, Samuel Lyons
has put chased the wholesale liquor
store of T. W. Cunningham which ho
has been occupying for home time. The
consideration is said to be $10,000 cash,
A, J, Lowrle left this week for Den
ver, Col., where ho expects to reMde
for some time. Mr, Lowrle was until
recently a leading clothier hero, Ho is
prominent In several fraternal organi
zations nud was popular In the com
munity. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harris have re
reived word that their son, Thomas,
who Is nt Blsbee, Arizona, is 111 with
pneumonia and not expected to live,
Miss Sadlo Lewis Is visiting the fam
ily of Ira Dunn at Glen Hassle.
H, Joseph, of Denver, Co)., 1ms been
spending the past week here,
Edward Vinol, tho Scranton mu
sician who Is surfeilng with smallpox,
Is paid to be tho pianist who played for
the Philharmonic cjub dance a week
Tho Indies of the Piesbytcrlan church
will ns usual this year glvo n Martha
"Washington tea party In tho church
basement. Supper will be served from
YOUR. FAITH Jii";
ours !( you try -
f ma a"d our i so ktrong xve
.1 .ill fci gunranteeocuroorrefund
v in money, ami e bend you
free trial bottle It you write for It.
SHILOH'tj costs o cents and will cure Con
gumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis and all
Lung Troubles. Will cure a cough or cold
in a day, unci thus prevent aerious results.
It has teen doing these things for Mis ears.
S. C Wells & Co., Le Koy. N.Y.
It'll F l'a (trm ITnni 1in fnmmfta iL. Cinmaxl.
-.f ? Vv,, wynwvv.lttim.l ""
0 to 9 p. in. to bo followed by nn enter
tainment entitled, "Tho Country
Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Lyons are re
joicing over tho arrival of twins at
their home. They are boys,
A George Washington supper will be
under the auspices of tho B. Y. P. U.
ut the Baptist parsonngo Friday even
ing. Tuesday's election was a stirring one
nnd a suiprlso to tho people who looked
for undisputed Democratic; victory as
usual. Tlie Republicans took the lion's
share of the ofllccs. This was duo to u
thoioiiRh canvass of the Held by tho
Republicans ns well as u dissatisfac
tion wltli the present council which has
at several times distinguished Itself by
peculiar action on public matters. The
successful candidates are as follows:
High constable, ,T. W. Jones, It,; audi
tor three years, T. A. Surdam, H.; au
ditor, two years, E. A. Wakefield, It.;
auditor, one year, M. McAndrcw, D.;
Can you read
poor master, J. It. Bell, D.; First ward,
constable. M. J. Walsh, D.; council, R.
W. Taylor, R.; school director, T. P.
McConnoll, D.; judge of election, John
Callaghan, D.; inspectors, W. II. Jones,
It.; Hpnry O'Neill. D.; Second ward,
constable, J. G. Wescott, R.; council,
Lafayette Decker, It.; school director,
It. O'Brien, D.: judge of election, J. M.
Brown, 11.; Inspectors of election, J. C.
Waters, R.; E. A. Randal, D.
Special tu the Scianton Tribune.
Montrose, Feb. 20. Election on Tues
day passed without any excitement,
but the result shows that the indepen
dent voter was abroad, and succeeded
In breaking through the Republican
lines in the Second nntl Third wards
and elected two Democrats to tho town
council. With these exceptions, all of
the Republican candidates were elect
ed. The vote In detail was as follows:
Borough Oflleers. Justice of the
peace, John S. Courtrlght, R., ISO;
Francis G. Allen, D SO; Courtrlght's
majority, ill. High constable, Warren
E. Tingley. It., Ifi9; Thomas D. Payne,
D 10G; Tingley's majority, C3. Poor
director, B. Thatcher, R 30J; R. S.
Senile, D., S3; Thatcher's majority, 210.
Auditor. S. G. Fancher, R., 1S3; E. C.
Lake, D., 01; Fancher's majority. t2.
First Ward For constable, Dr. E. E.
Tower, R., 5fi; J. Rutan, D 21. School
director, Harry W. Bcacii, It., 57; W.
11. Hlbbaid, D 20. Judge of election,
G. II. Watrous, It.. 57; G. B. Smith. D.,
20. Inspector, II. D, Tltman, It.. 57; E.
W. Safford, D., 21. Town councilman,
AV. II. Dornn, It., 5S; J. E. O'Brien, D..
Second AVaid For constable, J. I.
Chapman, It,, tiG; Aaron Arnold. D., S.
Judge of election, Dr. II. A'. Frlnk, R..
r,S; Jefferson Grlflls, D., 13, Inspector,
Charles L. A'nn Scoten, R., 59; J. C.
Keeney, D 13. Town councilman, S.
R. Sprout, R.. 3G; M, S. Allen, D 3S.
Third AVnrd For constable, A. Perl
go, R., 7S: G. B. Felker, D 4S. School
director, D, T. Brewster, It., SO; AV.
(', Crusor, 15., -1G. Judge of election, J.
E. Barney, R., S3; M. AV. Denlson, D
12. Inspector, O. R. Cook, R., 75; C. AV.
Brodhead, D -17. Town councilman,
E. Guy, lt 57; O, P. Beebe, D 70.
Sprclil tu the Sainton Tribune.
Now Milford, Feb. 19. George Park
er, foreman of tho New Milford tan
nery, died at his homo in thl3 place
Thursday morning after a few days' Ill
ness with pneumonia,
F. G, Ipderlled was In Blughnmton
Thursday on Business.
A phonograph entertainment will be
given In the Presbyterian church next
Tuesday evening. Every ona cordially
Invited to attend.
L, G. McCollum made a business trip
to Hullstend Thursday,
Mrs, Elmer Tingley Is visiting rela
tives In Hnllstead.
T. J. McCaithy spent Thursday In
Mrs, Albert Moss, an aged resident of
this place, Is seriously 111 ut the homo
of her daughter, Mrs. Kate Eatherly,
In Detroit, Mich.
The German Medicine company was
greeted by a. largo audience at tho
optra house AVedpesday evening,
Tho summer normal school will l!o
held In New Milford again this year,
bsglnnlng In Juno and continuing live
wjeks. Prof, a. A. Sterns, B, AV, Peatq
and 11. A, Benson will be the jnstruc
8ricll !o tht Scrtnton Tflbum.
Hamllnton. Feb. 20, Rev. C, E. Fus
senden, of Jermyn, Pa preached In
St, John's Episcopal church last Sab
bath, morning and evening.
Miss Frances Foote, of Holllstervllle,
spent Sunday wltli her aunt, M.rs. F.
H, F, Nicholson, C. L. Simons nud C.
E. AA'ilght are confined to their homes
The town election was held Tuesday,
and the many friends of E. It. Holllster
x c sip JlilrT . I QwcL
xfT S M wly all
IS jp 'If
are pleased with his election as Justice
of tho pence of Salem township for
the ninth time. Ho Is one of the old
est justices of tho pence In tho coun
ty. Ho was elected by a largo major
ity, and had tho day been favorable,
his friends, who nre numerous, would
have rallied to his support, nnd ho
wduld have received almost an unani
mous support of the people of Salem
township. Tho following ttindldatuH
were elected; Judge of election, O. F.
Kcllam; Inspectors of election, F. A.
Smith, Asa Jones! supervisors, Robert
Race, W. 13, Brown; poorinustcr, Peter
F. Osborn; town clerk, II. L. Nnsh;
auditor, K. E. Blake; treasurer, 11.
F. Hamlin; Justices of tho pence, 12
B. Ilolllslcr, David Olmstend; school
directors, A. L., Flnloy (three years),
George Stitntou (three years), W. J,
Walker (one year); constable, E. J.
At this writing, the loth Instant, tho
village Is In a state of Isolation owing
to tho severity of tho weather. No
mall has been received since the even-'
lug of the 17th, The highways are
blocked with Iuiro drifts of snow and
travel is almost an Impossibility.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Brooklyn, Feb. 20. The funeral of
Edwin AVeston mjjis held from his late
residence last Friday, Rev. R. L. Rob
erts ofllciatlug. Mr. AVeston had been
,a resident of Brooklyn for many years,
and was held in high esteem. At one
time he was superintendent of tho
schools of the county, and Is the au
thor of a history of Brooklyn, lie is
survived by a widow and three chil
dren, E. Leland and Jennie, of tills
place, and Mrs. J. L. Kent, or Boston.
The marriage of Miss Louise, only
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Alney
to Dr. T. Ellis Bond, of Philadelphia,
took place at noon today at tho home
of the bride. About sixty guests were
present. Miss Bessie Chamberlain was
maid of honor and Jay Bond, brother
of the groom was best man, and little
Kathleen Alney, a cousin of the bride
was flower girl. As the wedding march
from Lohengrin was played by Prof.
T. Edmund Soby, of Philadelphia, the
bridal party took their places in the
bay window, where the ceremony was
performed by Rev. R. L. Roberts, ot
the Presbyterian church, assisted by
Ilov.AV. L. Freund, of AVIlmington, Del.
Alter the ceremony, tho bride and
groom passed into the front parlor to
the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding
march, where, they received the con
gratulations of their friends. Later a
sumptuous repast was served by Misses
Lillian Austin, Beruito Doran, Lelah
Sterling and Mabel Tiffany, who also
held the ribbons to form the path of
the bridal party.. The young couple
left about 3.30 for Nicholson, and after
a short trip, including AA'llkes-Barre
and Danville, they will make their
home in Philadelphia. The bilde's
gown was of pearl grey sapho silk, with
trimmings of Irish point lace, and her
only ornaments was a necklace of
pearls. Her traveling suit was navy
blue broadcloth, tailor made, worn with
a waist of white silk. Miss Chamber
lain wore white silk and carried pink
roses. The flower girl wore wiile or
gandie over pink, and carried pink car
nations. The hi Ido carried white rose.
The presents were numerous and very
beautiful. Tho bride's father presented
a check for a geneious amount: Mrs.
Alney, two dozen bolld sliver spoons;
Earl Alney, a dozen knives and forks;
Hon. nnd Mrs. AVllllain Alney, of Al-
lemown, l'Tenon China dinner set. Sev
eral oil paintings, cut glass and other
china nnd silver articles, too numer
ous to mention, wero also presented.
Owing to the Inrge majority of Dem
ocratic voters present only three Re
publicans were elected last Tuesday.
The officers elected wero as follows:
Town clerk, C. AV. Green; treasurer, J.
E. Finn; constable, AVllliam Knight;
poor muster, J. W. TifVnny; supervis
ors, M, D, Potter and Lymuu Green;
school directors, John Rink nnd Duy
ton Franklin; judge of election, AV11
Ham Howe; auditor, AVallaco Davison.
The Methodist Episcopal Ladles' Aid
society hud announced that they would
servo dinner In tho basement of the
church election day, but wero unable
to do so because of tho snow. Many
of tho roads nre filled with snow, and
tho drifts are very high.
There will be a social ut the homo of
AV, AV, Patersou Friday evening under
the nusplces of the Buptlst Aid society.
Supper, 15 cents,
Tho eltlssoiiH of tho town are agltutlng
the Idea of having a telephone lino con
nected with La Plume but us yet noth
ing lias been done,
The following are tho oflleers elected
In Old Forgo borough; Justice of the
peace, Daniel Holland; borough coun
cil, Daniel Dougherty uud Murtln
O'Mnlley; school directors, John AV.
Thornton, AVllllum Repp; constable,
John McGowan; judge of election, T,
J, Steward; Inspector of election.
Samuel Brodhead, jr.; ussessor, Itlch-1
The congregation of the 0d Forge
Muthodl.it Eplbcopal church will hold a
brcud-baklng social In thu Suuduy
school room of their church on AVed
nesdny evening:, Feb. 26. A first class
supper will be served, oysters Included.
Everybody Invited to bo present.
Wall Street Bovlew.
New York, t'cb, 20. Tlio announcement by tlic
attorney Rinciiil o( tlie United Slntei that lio be
lleU'rt tlio Xottlicru Securities company Intrltiied
tlio nnll-tiiivt law ami tli.lt lio would flic n bill
in equity III thn bupirmc court , In mronl.uu o
Willi liHtrueflon from the ticslilent to test the
iniimIIoIi, olrishatloucil all other eomlderatlom
In the flock tnukct today. The nuilc Interest
manifested in thU eointniiy by nil fpcculatms
nnd Indeed, nil holder nt wcuiIIhm wn Nhidly
ilcnion.-thlleil by the effect in the floik in.liket
mid mi the moiu notable nlneu (heat Northern
Ineferreil i the only uiock iciiijliilmc Ilited on
the exchange uhlch li directly Intituled In (be
securities coiiiimiij. Vet thc,tholo inutkct tell
nw.iy dimply under bcaty liquidation, with only
n tew unimportant exception. The etodti of
tho traiHj-iotitinciitnl companies tteio intiiridly
most nlTeutcil, lis tho formation of the Northern
Securities coinptny icpiuented nn rftort to linr
Inonlzo conflicting Interest In that Held, (beat
Northern picfeircd wl 0V4, Nortli.veitcru 7?i,
limit Man. I ;,!(,, St, Paul r, Union l'.idllo I'.'i,
uud Southern IMcilie '.!. KUcwhcre In the lift
Iomch jruicrnlly urn from 1 to it points nnd ton
(dtlerubly oei Hint In many rxt'ctitl'junl cases.
On tlio curb Northern Sceurltlct when tawd tie.
creased titer 3 point, l'or some time there Inls
bcen'u deep-rooted conviction nmoiigat thu ppctti.
lalors that the Supremo court wax to thmw out
ot court .MlnncHOlii Milt apalntt the trpillty of
tlie Northern Secuilticx company, 'there liax been
nn asuiiiptlou also, which ttas calefully fosteied
In the Intcrot of n rcvltal of speculation, that
the public opK)sltlon to financial combination
wax more apparent than led and th.il u demon,
stratlon of tlie public utility of these combina
tion would fectiie them against Intcrfeicntc ttcn
where technically open to construct inn of illeg
ality. Thl morning's nnnouncinicnt fiom AViih
iuglon wa therefoio a luilo Miotic to all of thl
optimistic stutlmcnt that has been carefully nur
tured in the lli'iinelal dlxtiltt. The felling mote
nieiit fittelled the tlinienolon of the trading dur
ing the recent paxt. Pike deelhicd shariily and
the maiLct looked Feiiii-deinuralfzetl. Wheicter
price Ind been looted up lecenllv on the pie
tiiiinpfion that plans weic in prospect for lombl
nation of csl'llng propel tlet along (ho line of
the Noilhern Seruritlei loinpany, the effect wax
esprcliillv m irheil, us fit some of the Coalers and
tho tlnuld Soiilhttcliinx. 'the early escitcnient
W'.ih siuceeded by tompaiatltu quiet. Uqilldafion
piocecdcd, but in 11 more ordeily iinnner. liny
ing for Hiippoit ii(caAloniilt.v l allied the inarkel,
but it was discontinued at leunterlrx and 1 lie nig
ping tendemy ictitid. 'ihl touo wa eon
tlimtd up to the tloe, width wn aetltc and
rtsy but not at the lowct (or any Inqiorlant
Ktotk. Total sale today, l.OjI.dOO shares. There
wa enormous selling of some of Hie epeeulatlte
bomb, cprdally (he Wabash debcnliiie ll's, Hal
tlmore and Ohio tonteitible", liilou l'.icillc coo
xertlblos nnd Consolidated Tobu-co i'n, which
fell fiom 1 to 2 point ut one time. In the gen
eial bond IKt thcie wa no pressure cf liquidation
although slight decline weic the mle. Tolal
salex, jiar table, '.'mSO.OUO. I'nlled btale fi'
adtaneiil ij, the lefiindlug 2'x, ; the ."'c,
'i, and the old J's Va per cent, on the hit call.
The following quotation are fuini'slictl The Tub
ulin by M. S. Jordan & Company, rooms 70j-703
ltears bulldlig, Scranton, Pa. Telepben", 5003:
Open- High- Low- Clot-
in?. or. eit. iug.
Aineilean Sugar 12a',. i::o 12?"3 via
Atchison Ij1. k,xj t: T.1V&
AUIitiou. Pi W1T4 07 1'iVi iTiS
liioulc. Tradioii t,t'.i 1V- 01 Vi 1tb
Hill, k Ohio V.ai V)i 10i 101V4
1'hes. & Old.t 4iij nsi 4" -l.'.
Chic, .t (1. V 2.1" , 2J"s ffit'i 2J?4
St. Paul lOHi Ifll'Ji 102',!. IDI'.i
Hock Mniul IIU 1B.1 liS'i IHOVi
Kan. k Tc I'r fil?!' li,-.i,t ni :,i
bonis, k X.i-I KMVi IliPi lo.p; nil
Man. Kletuteil 1JI2 uin ;a j.Wii
Met. 'I i.ict Ion Id1) 10'Ui IbS 1IMH
Jlis-ouii Pacific IIU iU't una; 0J
Sotilheui Purine lit !J ir, 0:ii fll'5
N'oi folk i: Mcstciu ."if, r7 oil .rili'i
Ihie IIS-1! .'ISTi 'In'.i '.V.'n
i:rie, lt IV lAVs "i cufi h:k
. v. ccnti.il K.i in: :tu n.ji.'.
Ont. & West ;i,ii ;;i :hij ii-iC
I'emn. 11. It 111 MO'. 14UVi ll'iij
I'acllto Mail r,',i fji: JlVi IV;
Heading f,i,m r7 Si'. .V!
lteudiug, IV S2m ' Si?s S2 WU
Southein li. It :;2i ;i: IIJv's :i2'-i
SdiiIIkiii H. I!., IV .... I'll Hi otTi 03 '
't'enn. (Vul ,t ion i!7 f;si iw Ip7?s
f. S. Lealhei- lPi n.i IPS ll'.i
tT. S. l.eathee, IV Mi; siyt bl4 M
V. ,S .Ituhber ,i',i ijij 1514 lk
I'liion l'aeillc loiii inf-J iihiJ lilHi
t'nion Patifie, IV SO S'l hS So"'8
Walusb, IV 11 lii; j 42'
Western 1'nlon no'!; !H:fc IKI'4 Iflej
Col. I'uel .V lion s,'i?S fii s.1 .'.Tj
Ainnl. Copper (.S'i (,'X"i ii'. 10
People's (la iki jutj i,'ifl 01)34
Cob S 17ai IK 17'4 17Ji
Te.vis pjoiile IIU l".'t 41114 4(M.'.
Am. Cir roiiiulry 2S ",!, 2.S'i "s'fi
m. Car l'oiindiy, IV... 8734 .i7ai b7l 74
1". S. Steel Co I ; ( UH 44
t. S. Steel Co., IV !4 0l& ii,-)i yj
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Pnr of 100.
STOCK. Hid. Asked.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., IV. 00
County Sating 11ml. .s; Tin-t Co.. MO
Pirst National Hank (Caibondale) 5110
Third National Bank ,Va)
Dime cpnlt and Discount Hank.. KOO
Heonomy Mght. II. & I. Co 48
Tirst National Hank i;oo
baekn. Titist & Safe Deposit Co.... IDj
Clail: & Snoter Co.. IV. l-,
Scranton Sating Hank 500
Tradcii.' Notional Hank 220 ...
SViautou Holt & Nut Co Hi ...
l'eoplc'a Dank , us
Scianton Tasscnger Hailttay, first
Mortgage, due 1920 115
People's Miect Railway, Hist mort
gage, duo 1013 115
People's fetieet Itaibvay, General
mortgage, due 1921 115 ...
Reunion Tmttloii C per tent 115 ... '
loi.oniy I.Igivt, licit k Power Co !7
Noitb .lti-et k Potono ce (0 t7
Scranton AVholesale Market.
(Cuiiected by U. O, ll.ile, 27 I.atkawaniia Ate.)
lluttei Fic.h iieanuiy, ."0e.; June (ic.iiueit,
LM"..,i2l"jc; d.iliy, 22c
t Itcwc ll'ial2c.
1'ggs Neaiby, lUo.
I'eas Pel liuxhcl, fl.75.
Potatoes Pel 'jiushel, i."ie.
Onions Per bc-dicl, l,(,0.
Philndelphift Grain nnd Produce.
Philadelphia. Pcb. 20 Wheat L'r.i bunged; con
tiaet glade, t'tbiuilj, tulsabut-. Com Steady
but quiet; No. 2 liilxul Pduuaiy, iMa(Sj',4e. Ott
Stcadj; No, 2 white t lipped, l'ic. Hullri'
l'ii 111. fair demand; etu wtstciu neameiy, ytlj.;
'o. lie 11 by prluls, ;i2c, Pgg li, lotver and teiy
iitii-ctllt'il; licsli nc 11 by, lilt'.; do, western. Mo.;
do, outhw c.ilcin, tile; do. suulheiu, 2a'2'V,
Cheese l'lini; Nnv oik full iieaiua. fincy
mull, ll-ljal'Jf.; do. do. fair to choke, lOJlllic
Htllueil Sugais ijuiet. Cotton I neliauged. Tal
low Stcadi ; citv pili'ie, in tleui's, iPic; (ouuliy
do, do, 111 banelii, O'.tallUe. ; do. daik, ."i?ta5Te. ;
take!,, (lSc. I.iiu poulti D11II1 fotiK lonei;
fowls, lOaltllSiC. ; uld iooxtei, l.j winter clilek
ens, 1'Jj.Vji'.; duck, liiHc. ; gee-e, 12ai:lc.
Dieted Poulliy tjiilrt but -tf.iilt ; fouls, ilmlie,
12Hit'.; do. fall- to good, llijp2i.,; old lomteis,
K'.J thltkcii", neaibj, UaUi'.J wc.leiu do., 12l
14e,j tuikejs, 11e.11 by tholie to tanty, 1IM20,'.j
do, fail- to good, lUalSe,: western tholie lo fine,
HiilTi.: do. fair tu good, lJalSc; duikx neaiby,
Itialdt.; ttesltin do,, K'allc.i geee, (i.ilic. lie-teipl-PI0111,
1,000 b.urel and 2,5!)l,yixi pouuda
in fiiks; wheat, l.),00 bushels; coin, 17,uo) bu.li.
cs; 0.1U. ;i,0uO buhcK Shipments Mhcat, 17.
(MO bu-heli coin, U,W bmlnl.; oats, 2,000 bu.li.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New Yoik, Pcb. 20. Plour Palrly nctite ami
about sleadj, Wheat tfpot stead); No, 2 ltd,
Mif. L u. I', alloat and Wiic. eletatoi; No. 1
lioithelll Dulutb, fc"Vi''. f. c. b, alloat; option
general bcaiiress pietalled all day until thu list
hour when Iheic was tlgoioua loicilnn. Tim
do.so was dun at lie. net decline; Man It iloii.il
SUict May, SJTit.; duly, S.IV-1 Hcplrmlior,
S2"c. Coin ipot oleady; No. 2, OS'ic, cletaloi'
and bSVH'. t, o. b. ulioat; outioiu weak all day
apail fiom a sluip final rally wblti leit the iiiji
ltt linn ut imchaiigeil prices; May closed 't!?ic. ;
July, WiUe.; September, M c. Oats Spot
steadier; No. 2, We.; N'o. 11, lUc; No. 2 white,
ol'&t'.i No. '! do., 51c; tittk iiiltnl tu'stein, 50.i
tO'tf. 5 tiack wlilte, S0.I3OV.; options ijulet and
easier. Ilullei Plrm; cicuuery, -iJitWc.; do, ac
toi, llaJle.; June tieameiy, J".i2.".c.j lenotated,
lliiJ.'J'.ic ; Imitatlcn iit'Jiiit'ii, Ku2e, ; stale
daiit, 2(U2iic. ( heee Stiong; Hate nil cream,
small eaily made, fjmy toloieil, 12al'2',ic j utatn
full cieaiii, small eaily wad..', fauly white, 12a
U'iL-.t lorgo eaily luado loloied, lie; largo railv
made whlie, lie Pgg'.-Piisettlecl; btate anil
I'timsyltaida, tUiVjC. ; wolein, ."(laUO'.ie. ; south
Chicago Grain and Produce Market.
Chicago, Ptb. SO. (iuln maikets seesawed
again today ill ,1 Jaded fashion. Tho inline ten.
ilini'it4 vein lor lawer prices, lnit tho small
biiul.s bioiighc in enough bii)ug 10 incline ma.
teilal dccliiiK, and the ilooc waj luihcr II1111.
.May wlio.it tloocil imilutigetl, May com HaUc
higher, uud May oats ij''. up. PioiLIoih ,.UM.J
u shade to 10c. lotter. Cash iiuotatiom weic a
follows; J'lotir lkis.v; No. J spring wheat, 1O4
TJe.j No. a led. UoHc. i No. 2 cats, lUaUVac.:
No. 3 white, lIHalJe.; No. a wlute, llatJv.; No.
2 )c, doable: fair tu thoici! nulling, OUoVje. ;
No, 1 Has si eil, $1,(17; No. lioitbtttsCeiu, il'VH
ine poik, Vl5,liivni; lard. W.20a'.),221&i short
libs. i.S5aS,IO; diy ultt'd shoulder. 7i,U7f. :
short ilear sides, i7ltu!.iU; whkkey, jl sS.
THE TRIBUNE'S " WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
fttore Than l-'our Unt), 3 Ccnl tor ncli Dxlra l.lns.
r WWVVI SX
rrilt iiK-T Amll tt. stnio and loom", former'
If occupied lit' Clark lire', meat ninikcl, 401
Noilli Main incline. Inquire of .Michael Holland,
40.1 Main nteiiuc.
IIOl'SI! l'Olt tlKNT-PO!) Mulberry street 1 all mod
em inipioteuients. Inqtilro II, Mocs, till
l'Olt HUNT rite ami six loom Hit wllh bath,
steam heat, gas, lunge, etc., from April lt.
Call eaily. llent icasonable. 1'icd (,'. Hand, lull
Toll UIIN'T Prom April 1, stoic room occupied
by (lubln Diamond Co., !'2i l.nikauantu ate
mii'S also lloor ubote. Apply 1". l Sandcrtou
l'04l HUNT No. .'1S Clay ntenue. All modern
coincidences, Im billing steam beat. Term
reasonable. Apply lo .lame K. (learhait, Li
l'Olt HUNT 11-inom house near Pneloryvllle,
rplcni'lil location for the siiminei ; good
pasture for horses. Apply 1801 Sandeison avenue.
HOUSi: Nn, (III N. Washlnglon ntenue, comer
I'inc street, II loom and bitthi all in pel feet
order. Apply ot G37 Linden stieel.
l'Olt HUNT Cornel store No. ;lt2 Lackawanna
ntenue. AIo dwelling ubote. Apply to
(Sohlstiilth Drew,, ,101 I.ickananna atentie.
l'Olt HKNT Stoic loom on second floor oter :U0
Lackawanna atentie. Plate glass fiont. In
quire of Krolosky llro.
l'Olt HUNT 1'ioni April 1, building now occu
pied by (he Dickson Milling Co.. No. 12
l.a(katvanua ntenue. W. V. Ilojle, Cnnnell Itlog.
1IALP DOPHLi: bouse, 0.13 Harrison ateiuie, 13.
iiiso nan uouuie House, 11,03 ruie sinii, ti
Possession now. Apply bM Ilairlson ntenue.
C'AHPLTS", linoleum nnd oil cloths sold etery
day .'1 o'clock. r,03 I.ackatvanna. Seo nuctlo-i.
LACK unirAlNS-SOO pair fancy Curlnlns at
auction. fUS I.ackattauna ntenue. See auc
tion. roll SAI.i: Pino kindling wood, stote length.
Tito dollais big load dellveied an.twlicre.
Mail older. .Icnning, Cenlral Mine cut. Also
icrontl band lumber suitable for all piirpoae.j,
AUTO.MOnif.i: TOR fMX Plnest nnd fastest
cirri ige in (own. Huill In 1001 upetlally
for touilng, Plist tlas londltlon. Latest im
pioveincnls. Can tip be seen for few days at
stable, 127 Potest couit.
IOR SALP Tuo light spiing wagon and some
hainu, cheap. Kronx, lear 1112 Lurcrne
FOU SALK ( heap; horsf, spring wagon and
harness nt No. 1820 Cedar atcnue.
For Snle or Beut.
POll SM.i: OU IIH.NT -Stoic and harness shop
alt.ubed, also duelling oter the .stoic; laigc
patronage: no oppo-ition in town; roincr of
Di inker and Chestnut -licet. Inquire of (I. V.
I'10-t, 101 P. Diinker stieel, Dunniore, Pa.
Booms aud Board.
HOOMS TO Iti:NT. with bond. &0J Mulberry
1'BIVATC PAMILY wUbcs to hate two like men
to boird, Gel man or English. Call any tlnu
after 'lhuisday, All com ententes, il)7 Hauiton
Wanted To Bent.
WANTPD Apiil 1 by family of thiee nlults, four
01 lite rooin-s unluinislicd, iutludiug licit.
Hov 50, illy.
1'AXT1:D Hy luisbnul and wife, fiom Apill 1st,
lite loom with iinpioicmcnU; cendal tity or
Clieen Hldge. II. P., 'liibuue oftite.
Wanted To Buy.
AVAM'IID TO Ill'V-C.i'b paid for second hand
giaiu sacks; will al-o bur seiond baud b.u
ii-li. New telephone .No. 1107. The (liiatken
bnb Stoiagc WaiTbouc Co., lliidge at., opposite
N Wanted Board.
YOI Nil MN wi-lu biutU; West Side prtfeued.
J. II., Tilbiinc oftite.
WANTi:i) Tito c01111nunlt.it Ing looms with ho 11 1,
piltate family piefened. Tito ladies and a
gentleman. Stale lull paitltulais. Adilicss C.
II. I)., Tilbune otllie.
Money to Loan.
LARdi: OH SMALL amounts, Piomptly made.
Iiiteie-l 5 per t tut. Okell, Attorney, Coal
ANV AMOUNT OP MONEY TO LOAN Qulik.
straiglit loano or Uulldiiig jd Loan, At
from 1 to 11 per cent. Call on N. V. Waikei,
il 1-313 Connell building.
Chicago Xive Stock Market.
Chicago, Pel). 20. C.iltle-Heceipts, fi.OOO, in
eluding ;I00 Tcmiis; aetite and slioug; good to
priniu st'Cis, sc..',li.i7; poor to iii"dimu, uliO;
stockcra and feedeis, 2..jO,i.",; cows, l,2ai',,2u;
heiftis, $2..Wa.ViO; i.inneis, sjl.2Ji2.nuj bull!, f.i.M
ul.1'0; talies, 2.."aja7; Tesas fed Mens, ffl.uOi ,.73.
Ilogi, Heeeiplb todiy, M.OJi); Inmoiiuw, 2,OOJ;
left oter, ",000; iitilte ami stiung at eaily jes.
teiday prices; mled and butchers, bj.M 111.3(1;
good lo tbolce beaty, ihll.20iil.l0; lougli lieaty,
Ci.liUall.13; light, Ssi.73itiJ bulk of sales, t.i.fUU.2ii.
Shefp Heeel)t-, 12.O00; sheep slead.t ; Iambs, 10.1
l.'c, lower; good In ihoho wttbeis, is.73i3.2ij
weslcin sbetp and .Mailings, is.."Ui(l; natlte
Iambs, Mj.iD.riO; ite-leiii Iambs, ?."i,'23jii,i.o.
Buffalo live Stock Markot.
Pa.t II11IT.1I0, Pcb. 20. latlle-ltcccipts, llKht,
film; teds, lops, s7.3lla.VJ3. Hogs llecclis,
(1,2011 liead; shade stiunser; beaty, so. 13 1(1,31);
inheil patkeis, S0.:;oa0.to; plga, W.30.i...r,".;
loughs, ifi, 0a3,UD; slags, iaVi. Sheep and
Limbs-Supply P.000 bead; sholw ami lottei lor
lambs; sheep linn; (ops mixed, M,ij.2"r, culls lo
ood, Mal.lHl; xvelhers, is5.23ii.30; ic.ullugs,
l;3..Vla3.'si; lop Iambs, fU 40.111,30; culls 'to good,
East Liberty Live Stock Market.
Pa.t l.ibcil.f, Pcb. 20.-(atlli Sliadt'i choice,
Jli.4IIJil..'iO; pilme, MI.2UaU,40; good, h'ii3.30. Hogs
SllMilt ; piliuo heatli's, O.43ail,30; lii'.t niediuiiis,
Si).;i3.iil, 10; btavy Yoikei, Ml.20a0,::il; light da,,
Mali. 11; pigs, f'i.30i3.(Vi; loughs, !r3i0. Sheep
Steady; best wcthei, r").."3aV3il; r nil t and toui.
111011, sja.SOj iealllligs, If3a3,85; tell ealtcs, !7
Oil Cily, Peb, 20. Cicdit balances, U3; ceitlll.
cites, no bid; shipments, TJ,:iPl hands; am
age. 77,'M baneU; iuu, 69,211 baueU; ateiage,
Jlrs. MtCoi'iiiack la 111 wltli crylu
laa ut her homo 011 Norm Main street.
Horn To Mr, and airs. AVllllum
Campbell, on Wednesday, a son.
The Ladles' Missionary society of
the Presbyterian church of this town
were Heated to a Hleltrh-rlde yesterday
afternoon by .Mrs. Hand, 0110 of the
A sleifjh-load of young people of
Pittson were entertained at the homo
of air. Corey Jenkins on Tuesday even
ing. air. and airs. John 11. lloberta enter
tained a number or tiielr friends on
AVeduesilny evening, In honor of their
Allsa Muyinu Ouran was a caller In
Scrautou on Tuesduy.
ailss ailnnle Hessler, of AVllkes-P-urre,
ia amending the week with ailss
air, Krnest Caryl, of Hcrantou, was a
business caller In town yesterday.
MUNCH WANT OPFIOBS.
Want Advortlsimonts Will Be
Itcceived nt Any of tho Ifollow
ing Dnitf stores Until 10 P. M.
ALDIinT SCHOLTZ, corner Mulberry
street and Webster ntenue.
OUSI'AV I'IC'IIL'b, 030 Adams vcnuc.
OliOltai: W. JL'NKIN3, 101 South Mala
ITlUIi L. TKItPPi:, 729 Cedar avenue.
ai:o. W. IMVIS, corner North Main
atcnue and Market street.
CltAtllX.S I. JONLS, 1337 Dickson'
F. J, JOHNS, P:o niccn Hldge sticct.
C. WnCNZ, comer Washington ave
nue and Marlon street,
W. II. KNKPPEIi, 1017 In log avenue.
1. a. DONE li sox.
Help Wanted Male.
WANTPD Hustler; lempoiaiy position; 110
canvassing; good tiaj. Address (llobe, 72.'!
f'hclnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
A CAPAULi; MAN Kxpeilenccd itilesinan, teach
er or ineiehaut piefeired; excellent oppor
tunity; permanent situation. Addieis .Manager,
Help Wanted Female.
Por our Ladies' Poiosls Sho" Dcpaitnicnt,
thoiougb expciici.ee neccssaiy nnd lef
eicnccs icqiiiied. SAMTLIt UHO-S.
AN'V RIIII, selling ttvenly articles at fie. each
wilt lecelte .1 iiandiumo lock biaeelet fie.
Send two-cent stamp for postage; nitliles will be
mailed at once. Hostou iotI(y Co., Lock Hov
203, fc'r luiiton.
LADV CAXVAS.'-int ttaulcd to solicit sub.eiip
tions foi The Tribune; good commission ot
feicd with a fuii guaianteo fur liist-chiss woikcr.
Apjily peisoually at lliislncss .Mauagci's office,
WAXTIIII Hy a good gill to do hou.-citoik in
piiiato tamlly; only small family paying
good wages need leplj. Addiess 11. S., Tribune
WANTr.n Gir! for general housework at Dalton.
Address II. T,, tare Tribune.
WANTLD POll U. S. AUMV Able bodied mi
mauled men between the ages of 21 and :13;
citizens of the United .Stale-, ol good thaiatter
and tcinpeiatu habit. Atlio can speak, iad and
write KnglHh. IV iuioimation apply 10 Hecudt
ing OHlce, Xo. J2J W.ioming atcnue, Scianton,
Sl'U.VIIO.V WANTiai-Hrlglit boy wants ttoiks
for after school and Satunlijr, Addieis (J.
1. Tilbune ofllee.
&ITPATIO.V WAMT:I)-Aii expel icrted 'nen'.s
finnialdug goods man de-iies position, tlood
icfeiene'e. Addicss .. X., Tilbune oflite.
A HOOD (illlL desiies situation doing Jioum
wolk; good cook. Addresa .M, C, Tiibtuio of
fice. HIIKiU't' HOY wants wolk for after school and
Satuidats. Adtlie-s S. P. 11., Tilbune otitte.
SITI'ATIO.N WAXTIIll Hy a joiing man In a
tieameiy or skimming station; mer two
ycai' fxpe'iienie; lelercnee. W. V.. Coinpton,
SITUATION" WANTLD-Uciitlcnicu'x laundiy, god
on eoloied sldll-, 1111 Llojcl stleet, lip
blT't'ATlOX WAMTID Ah piltate r11.11h111.111 or
eaie of lioises; expeilenee and lefeicntc. Ail
diets O. K., Tilbune ullice.
bU'PATIO.N' WAXTPl) He a joiing man us
10.11l1n1.111 tor a doctor oi diltlug team,
I'lideistands tale of lioises. Mm. T. Walker, llox
117, Ol.i phimt, Pa.
YOP.MS JIAS' wants uuilc In liutiliei- liiitii",,
ten, teals' o.xpcilence, Appli till, l.ttielt ate.
SUL'ATTOX WA.MIIU lly a food honest gill nt
geneiai bousetiotk in small piititc family,
Addiws Mi's Jl, It, Poid, C'eiicial Ilrliveiy, City.
SITPATIOX WAXTLD Young man desiies situ
ation as bookkeepei. Pxpeiicnti'il. (lood uf
eii'iiies. Addicss II. H., cue of Scianton Tilbune.
AX LXI'LHILNP.fl.'D woman wishes a position a
housckecpi'i or light bou-ewoik. Can ha seen
at Allingloii Hotel.
btn'AT'lOX MANICD-lly all aiound blatk
suillli, horseshoeing a tpcelalt. Coleman
lloitiik, war 4iHi I'ltttslon ateiuie.
bill A'lIOX UAX'IED -H.i an cxpeu laimdiess on
ladles' aud gentleinin'.s line laundiy; can
launder cnloied colonel sbiits wilbniit fading,
1111 Llojd stieet, top (lour. Ileal of city icf.
REPINED, educated joiiug ttcniau wants cm
ploiincnt: nny ouu dcsltlug tier sutlers In
any way addicss C. II,, Tribune oflite.
CAHPE'IH, oil tloili. and linoleums sold ivciy
day :l o'clock shaip. 5t Lackawanna ntenue.
AUCTION" today and otciy day until miUI out, Mx
lai-lojcls I'aii-Anieiican exposition fiiinltuie
and linen, touslstliig uf tables, iiuu and hi iss
beds complete, dieseis, n,0iW pieces lllieu, blank.
cU, pillows, touiiteipancs, pillow ca.es, toitcW,
tc.i iaige qnantliy caipets and laco c ui tains,
Caipcts sold eteiy day :i o'llmk sbaip ui M)i
Lacl.attauiu attiiue. C11111111I113-, llio3., Am.
lioueeis, Wanted Hoom and Beard.
WANTED Laigc fiont loom wllh boaid by gpn
tlcinaii aud wife; prltate family pitteiu'd.
rnquestloliablo lefeienec. Addicss C. D. A,
1'. O, DiatterOll btiauton, l'a.
l'Olt RENT One furnished room, with luipiott!
incuts; also one on thlid lloor, thtJp. i27
PUHX1SHED ROOMS for lent, modem liuprair
incuts; pilule family; gent h men piefeired,
at 3-17 Adams atcnue,
POR ltENT-Puriil.hed bout loom, wtb heat,
bath uud gat; near touit house; gintleiuan
preferied. Addrers Room, llox 299.
l"01l RENT PuinUhcU loom; heat an! bath.
C:i Linden stuet.
I'UllNISIiEl) ROOMS FOR REriTTtvitli beat, tai
and bath, gentlemen piefcrud. at OW Adami
1 I 111
3 Insertions 25 Merits.
Mom Tim Four Lines, ft Cents lor BncliUxtrs iJlrii,
Certified Public Accountant.
KIIWAttD C. SPAULtltNO. 2:1 TUADEUS HANK
Ilulldlng, and St. Paul Building, New York.
P-DWAItl) If, DAVIS, AUCIMTllOT, CONNIlLt.
KniinniucK l. nnow.v. aucii. u heal
Kstato Pxchnnge HUlg., KO Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. IIAIIUINO. 000 CO.NNLLL DUfLDlNO."
UH. O. Ik PILKNIIIlllOKH, l'AULI UUILUINO,
Spruce street, Etranton.
DH. O. O. LAUDACII, US WYOMINO AVKNUti
FIIAN'K n. nOYLH, A'lTOItXEY-AT-LAW.
""" ", is, lo nnu o uurr jiuiiaing.
K K. TllAOY, ATT'Y, COMMON WCALTH nLDO.
D D. HLI'LOOLn. ATTOHNBY-LOAXS NKGO
tialcd on real estate security. Mears nulldlng,
vv.nv. umiingcon avenue anu Dprucc atrccc,
WILLAHD, WAHItHN & KNAPP, ATTOKNKYS
ami lounscllors-at'law. ltcpublican Ilulldlng.
JHSSUP U JESSUP, ATTOHNKYS AND COUX
i"l?'"'-I,,M'- Commontvcallh Building, Rooms
If, 20 nnd 2t.
I'YJJf.D W- TIIAYLH, ATTOnNEY.
POJ-PtH, fltb floor, Mears building.
L' ,A WAT,,HS ATTOHNHY-AT-LAW, BOARD
of Trade IliilliHng. Scranton, Pa.
patt:hson & Wilcox, tradlips national
C COMLgyg, p-13 nKPUBLICAN BUILDINO
w;DL'IT"oi:'r oi'Ticn moved to no.
zll Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DH, W. P. ALLEN. 51J NORTH WASHINGTON
Bit. b. V. L'AMORHAU.V, OPPICK 339 WASH
ington atenuc. HeIdence, 1318 Mulberry.
Chronic diseases, luags, hcait. kidnejs anl
genito-uilnaiy organs a specialty. Hours. 1
to 4 p. m.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAPE, 125 AXD 127 PRANKLIN AVE
nue. Rates icasonable.
P. ZfEOLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. li W. PAS-
scngcr depot. Conducted on tho European
Plan. VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
A. B. BI1IC1GS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
etss pools; no idor; only iniprotcd pumps used.
A. 11. Brlggs, proprietor. Leave oldcrs 1100
North Main atenuc. or P.lcke's ding store, cor
nel Adams and Mulbeiry. Both telephones.
O. R. CLARKE & CO., SEEDSMEN AND NURS
erjmen, store 201 Washington avenue: gteen
houses, 1930 Noith Main avenue; slore tele
JOSEPH KUETT'EL, REAR Sll LACKA. AVE..
Scranton, Pa., manufactuier of Wire Screens.
DRESSMAKING TOR CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladies waists. Louise Shoemaker, 21 J
MEGAUGEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN
t elopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, ISO
Washington atenuc, Scranton, Pa.
THE WILKES-BARRK RECORD CAN BE HAD
In Scianton at the news stands of Relstnae
Bios.. 40(1 r pi lice and S0.J Linden: M. Norton,
"22 Lackawanna atcnue; i. S. Schutzcr, 211
LOST In I lie nelghbo'hooil ot the Boaid of Tuili
building, .1 gold ling set with t.itseyc. Suitable-
icwurd will be giien for its ictinn to offue
of Temple lieu (.'ompin.t.
LOST Monday I'teiiing. Pcb. 17, between Wyo
ming .itentio unci tVa.-hbuni sticct, an otal
brooch containing gentleman's picture. Phnei
pleii-i- letuiii lo or notify Ml-s Paisons, 417 Tltli
lOIt SALE House ill ieldence section. Gteen
Hldge; (lei in 100111-, nam ami laundr.i : an
modem iinpiotciuent; neat sthool and churches,
one block Irom cai. lnquiic at HlfiO Cipouse ave.
POR SALE Xetv boue 011 Coinell stieet, Round
Woods Paik; inndein Impiotcnienls; ety
teinis. Apply to bpiing Iliook Lumber Co., or
E. b. Woodbou.-c.
POll SALE At Claik'h buinmlt; a place of fl-'-s
acres, I1011.-0 and li.uii, guud fiuit; cheap fur
cash. Inrpilic ol .Mrs. L. Lindsay, 1111 North
Main atenuc, city.
POR SALE One actc of land, improved with
nlnc-ioon house: plenty and taiiety of fruit;
good location In xillago of Pieetvllle, Mrs. Olivs
Fish, Pieetvllle. 1'a.
STOCK. AND WHEAT TRADERS without delay.
Unto for our special nuiUt letter, Piee on
anplliattoti, b. Jl. Hlbbaid k Co., members X,
V. Ccnsolldaled and block b.xchange, 41 and H
llroadti ay, New Y01L Eitabllshecl 18HI. Long
Distance" Phone 23SS Hioad.
EASTER C'OMPLEXIONS-lf jou want a ficsb
complexion (o match J mil Easier gowns and
bats ton shrpld stait nt ouco uud glq it caiefijt
iittenlion, My lllettilt.il Jlis.ig-ln oue hour
will iniko the fite look eau tounger; is p
fleshing and le-illill, SupeilluoiH bairs, wailv
and inuii's uuumil. Eye hioua toiiected. Bu
ihauan's Deiniatologlcapi'ailois, U12 Wasliinglji,
r '' 1 i -.
lllli:i"MATsM-,.ll uaitics that wish can Jj
opecdilv and peiituiieutly imcd of all a
llctles of Rheumatism by u vegetable i ompourW.'
lures guaianteed. lu'iufio or address J. E. Tajr
lor, N.1.111I011. y
BIDS WAN'lED for position of Janitor of draco
Ludieian thuith, collier I'lescott aini Mill-
beny stieet. Por iiifoimatiou impiiic at l'oulk',t
I'liarmaey, 1 oilier .dauia and Linden, g
, -' ' ' r - wr
I'llOPOs.M.S will be leeelted by the undei.lgujtj
for tlio Jiuilorshlp of the biimisou Metlmds.c
Episcopai chinch fiom Pebiuai) 13 tu Al'illjL
luelusite. John P. Haudolph, M) South UycSn
Paik in ( nue. ' ;i
lllli AXNl'M, meeting u( tho sfockboldeu of tta
.ackaiianni 11011 aim btici loinpan.t tor iiw
eleilion of Dliectois and tiauattloii uf such otUtr
liiulness as ma picpeily tome bcfoiu (he men
ing, will ho In Id at the ufllcc of tho Compare,
Room MM Connell Ilulldlng, li. the t ny in birm
Ion, 1'iiiiestliaula, tn Wttliu'sdiy, Martli 3, 1WJ,
at 2 u'cloik p. 111. The polls will icmalii ip?n
for one hum. The Hamlet books will be dosed
cm l'tbiuaiy 23, Its).', aud leopeiud on Match U,
l'., ,1. I'. IIKiGINsOS, becirtir)v
Stianton, l'a., I'ebuuiy 20, IWtJ, '
P.sTA'li; if Hildget tlatk, late of tho i.lty t
bciuiitou, Lackattauuua coiintt, pcnnsilianta,
deceased. , c . -5 .s
Letters tcntamciHaiy upon tlie 3!i'ite.ia.latc hiv
fug been giauted the miiii'ilgueil, alt visous lu.v
lug claims agjintt tho same) will piccnt them
for pajinent and those' indebted there tvHJ
plca.-e make immediate painent to C"
' MRS. MA1IV W.YNV AtlinlnMjatllx