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THE SCRAtfTON TRIBUNE-MONDAV, APRIL 28, 100
ARE COMING NOW IN GOOD
Three Wives nnd Two Husbands
Have Tholr Petitions Granted for
legal Helense from Unhappy Nup
tial Bonds William Bepp Wants
to Bo Relieved from Paying the
Costs in the Sllllman Case Liquor
Licenses Were Transferred Walsh
Turned State's Evidence.
Another batch of divorce decrees, five
In number, was banded down by coutt
Saturday morning. The parties vera:
Margaret Webster against Thomas
William Kraft against Catherine
Kraft. . ,
Kate Lewis against William K. Lewis.
Howard Satterwalthe against Ida Sat
Irrwnlthu. Elizabeth A. Ralsley against Sanford
G. rtalsley. ,
The Webstora were married July 3,
3836, and the husband deserted In 1898.
George M. Okelt was the libelant's at
torney. Desertion was the ground for the
divorce In the Kraft case. They were
married in Philadelphia In 1898. Two
years later the husband came to this
city, looking for work. When he re
turned home, after a few months, he
found his wife and all the household
belongings missing. He waited two
years for her return and when she failed
"to put in an appearance he took steps
to secure a divorce. O'Brien & Martin
were the attorneys.
In the Lewis case the charge against
the husband was cruel treatment and
unfaithfulness. Mrs. Edith Hopkins was
named as co-respondent. They were
married in Lykensville, April 13, 1893,
and lived together until August 30, 1900.
The last three years of their married
life was spent in Scranton. Attorney
Charles E. Daniels represented Mrs.
The Satterwalthes were married in
Ilarrlsburg, March 4, 1S94. They sep
arated a few years later in Philadel
phia, but made up their quarrel and be
tran living together again. In 1S9S they
again separated. Attorney George M.
Okell represented the llbellant.
Cruel treatment was alleged in the
Kalsley case. They were married at
Oxford Furnace, N. J., in 18S7 and lived
together about ten years. Clarence Bal-
entine was attorney for Mrs. liaisiey.
Repp Wants to Be Relieved.
Before Judge Wheaton, of Luzerne
county, Saturday, arguments were made
on the rule to remit the costs placed on
William Repp in the case in which he
pio.secuted Frank Sllllman, jr., general
manager of the Scranton Railway com
pany, on the charge of bribing Old
Forgo councilmen. The case was on
trial for a week, and the costs amounted
to about $500.
Cornelius Comegys represented Mr.
Repp. The nile was opposed by Will
ard, Warren & Knapp and O'Brien &
Transfer of Licenses.
Court, on Saturday, transferred the
hotel license of Hotel Irving to Charles
II. Scliadt. It was held by Kate Kin
bnck and Fred Weicbel. The license of
Andrew Campbell, of 43 Lackawanna
avenue, was transferred to Edward F.
Melvln, and that of William H. Jlc
Js.unara, of 900 We&t Market street, to
The petition for the transfer of the
lii case of M. F. Fadden, of Scranton
street, was refused, and the petition for
Ihe transfer of tho license of Hugh
.O'Boyle, of the Second ward of Oly
jilinnt, to Richard M. Owens was held
Turned State's Evidence.
Testimony was heard by Judge Ed
wards. Saturday, on the petition for the
release of Michael Judge from the
county jail on a wilt of habeas corpus.
Judge, John Walsh and Patrick Fln
negffh were arrested for stealing axles
from the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western yard and selling them to a
junk dealer. Walsh, who was caught
Jn the act, implicated the other two.
Judge denied having had anything to
do with the theft, but Walsh positively
swore he had, and Judge Edwards sent
liim back to jail.
Attorney James Mahon appeared for
Judge. Assistant District, Attorney
Thomas appeared against the writ.
Judges in Consultation.
Th will be no court session in com
mon pleas this week. Judges Edwards,
Kelly and Newromb will consult on
rases argued before them during tho
past week and other matters which are
Next week there will bo sessions of
equity court and the grand jury. Judge
Edwards will preside. District Attor
ney Lewis, who Is at Old Point Com
fort, will return for the grand jury ses
sion. In Orphans' Court.
In the Orphans' court, on Saturday,
Judge A. A. Vosburg heard motions and
made orders in various estates.
In the estate of Frederick Marker a
petition was presented by Attorneys Bell
nnd Wells, counsel for the legal repre
sentatives of tho pstate, uslting for an
order of sale for the payment of debts,
there being no personal property avail
able for that purpose. An order of sale
was made accordingly, returnable on
May 28, at 10 a, m.
In the' estate of William Mosher, de
ceased, George S. Horn, representing
the administratrix, presented a petition
asking for leave for the udminlstratilx
to bid at the partition sale on the leal
estate of tho decedent, ujd an order
was accordingly made.
In tho estate of Ann O'Boyln a cita
tion upon the executors to file an ac
count was returnable and an answer
flavins been filed In which the liability
to account Is denied, an order was made
fixing May 12, at 10 a. m., for the Rear
ing upon petition and answer, The
petition was represented by C, Balen
tne, nnd tho respondents by O'Brien &
The next session of the Orphans'
court will bo on Tuesday at 10 a. in,
TIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
The Twenty-ninth Annual Report
Has Been Completed.
By Exclusive Wire from 11a Atooclited Pre,
Ilarrlsburg, April 27.. The twenty
ninth annual reDort1 of the" insurance
department, showing the condjtipn on
December 31, JDQl.jof the'flrennd marine
insurance companies doipg business In
l'eniibylvanla has just been completed
br Commissioner Durhanv The follow
ing statement bIiowb, In brief, the con
dition and business of the Joint stock
companies of tho commonwealth In iOOl
contrasted with that of 1900:
1 lwo. loot.
Number of companies.. "0 32
Amets ,,,,,,.1 43,(03,103 $ 45,400,109
Liabilities, except cup-
1U1 ....n., 23.011,707 2-1,204,080
Capital , 11,702,875 laoffWi
Surplus , 10.tKJ,f9l IWJ.'M
Premiums rceehed ,. 17,071,283 10,V,6M
Total receipts ,. 50,0.11, HI 21,001,017
Lovnt paid 11.07S.SJ1) ll.o.K.ISX
Uhldondi paid l,2!U,n!! 1,181,531
Total dlpurcmonM... 20,747,3.1 20,770,MJ
lllskg In tone .. S,MU,iM23 2,852,180,8:0
The following summary 1iowb tho to
tal business of stock companies au
thorized to do business In the state
during tho past year:
Hro rlki written ..11.0j7,2t0,107
Premiums rtcclicd lW,r,72,00l ft
I.owm tuld 02,716,')m 1.1
Marine nnd Inhnd rliks written .... 4,841,323,630
Premiums recoiled 11,00,1,1)00 12
Losses paid II,M7,030 8.1
Tho following summary exhibits In a
condensed form tho entire builnes of
stock companies of Pennsylvania dur
ing tho year:
lrcmlum Income 10,5),8W 01
1.CS.-.M and ctpenscs 10,500,003 CO
MkcclUncou income 2,3 10, 7M 87
Total net Income 2,305,033 22
i:cets of Insomo OMr expenses 1,122,037 22
During the past year there were no
mutual companion organized for any
purpose whatever. The Doylestown
Mutual Insurance company, Farmers'
Mutual Live Stock company, of Jack
son Centre, and Pennsboro Mutual
Horse Insurance and Detective com
pany retired and failed to make any
report during the year.
The following table shows the busi
ness done by the mutual fire Insurance
companies during the year 1901:
Mean amount at risk $704,839,320
Bisks written $202,000,134
Oisli picmlums and assessments ,. .2,381,017 44
Losses paid 1,309,038 07
The receipts of the department from
fees of office from January 1 to Decem
ber 31, 1901, amounted to $85,670.71. The
expenditures for the same period were
Present Condition of the Anthracite
Coal Trade The I. L. and W.
Board for Today.
The demand for anthracite is very
active and more than sufficient to take
the total current output of the collier
ies. This does not mean that the out
put this month will exceed the record
of last April since a number of condi
tions tend to restrict production. Car
supply is Insufficient on about all the
anthracite roads and on some Is far be
low the demand. The anticipated im
provement seems to be coming, but it
is coming slowly. At a few collieries
there are strikes and the miners are
out. Another restriction on production
is the condition of many mines, par
ticularly in the Lfhigh and Schuylkill
regions, as a result of the floods of last
winter. A vast amount of repair work
has been necessary to put the flooded
workings In proper shape again.
The total output this month may
amount to nearly 5,000,000 tons. The to
tal production for March Is given as 3,
818,767 tons, a good showing, consider
ing the damage done by floods. The
total output for the first quarter of the
year is 12,098,1C8 tons.
Trade in the Northwest is gwierally
flbiet. But little anthracite has"rrlved
at the head of the lakes yet, owing to
the great demand there for bituminous
and receipts of anthracite will prob
ably remain light for some weeks. In
Chicago territory 'buying is active and
a considerable tonnage of lake coal has
already arrived. The total receipts by
lake for the month should come close
to 73,000 tons, something of a contrast
to April, 1901, when not a ton 1 cached
the docks. Shipments from the docks
aie light,, but rail coal is in very fall
demand and shipments to outlying ter
ritory are satisfactory. Along the low
er lakes and in the all-rail trade tho
demand Is brisk, while receipts are none
too heavy. As last week, demand is
heaviest along the Atlantic seaboard,
and a lot of coal is in transit to New
England ports. Egg, stove and nut are
most wanted of the prepared sizes. The
advance of 25c. per ton on broken may
affect sales, but prophesies are out of
oider thus early In tho season. Deal
ers at Boston are eager to get coal at
Apill prices, but the demand is so
heavy that a heavy tonnage order can
not be delivered. With the coming of
warm weather retail trade is generally
quiet. April prices for free burning
white ash coal f. o. b. New York harbor
points aie: Broken, $3.75; egg, stove
and chestnut, $4. Engineering and
D., L. & W. Board for Today.
The following is tho make-up of the
D L and Wboard for today:
6USDAY, APKITj 27.
Extras K.ist 8 p. m., T. J. 'Ihompson; 10 p.
m., Hoboken, J. A. Buh.
MONDAY, APWL 23.
Kxtrai Kast 1,30 p. in., George Tlionus; ,1,
ni Hoboken, J. II, Swartz; 0 .1. in., llobouen,
Kitzpatrick; 11 n. m., D. Haggertji; 1 p. in., llo.
boken, l-ittimer, Annum' crew; 2 p. m., l
Cuanaugli; 3.30 p. 111., Hoboken, J. Ocirlty; .1
p. in., J. II. McCain; 0 p. 111,, Hoboken, .7. W.
bUNDAY, APIW 27.
Summits Vft-0 p. in., J. Hennlgan.
ritehrn 3 p. m., nolierty.
MONDAY, AI'lHfc US.
Summits Wcst-8 a, 111., r'rounfelkci ; W a, in.,
JflchoH; 2 p. m., Carrigg.
Pushers 4 a. m,, Mastcis; 0 a. 111., Wldnor; 7
.1. 111., S, Kinnerlyj 8 a." in., Homer; 11,15 11. 111,,
Muran; 1 p, in., Njuiiuii; 1 p. in., W. II, liar.
tliolomew; 2 p. in., William Klrby; J.30 p. in.,
M, Olnley; 3 p. in., f, Uaitholomew; 7.30 p. in,,
Jluiphy; 0 p. in., Singer; 11 p. 111., Lamping.
llelpeis-7 a. 111., Galluey; 10 a. in., Seeor; 3,'iO
p. 111., btanton.
Ktia Wt It a, m., O, IMmlnlpli; 1 p. in.,
M. Ooldeni 2 p, in., M, (Munod)i p. in., T.
Uotidlcan; 11 p. in., O, Kingslty,
Mcfuc and mw run K a, 111. i'tu, Apill 23,
Hafterty nnd crew run Xo. 02 April 28,
W, J, Moslcr and trew and Conduitor J, r,
HurUiart will report at tnlwnastcr'4 ufilce S a,
111., April 23.
LEDGER COAL ARTICLE,
By Ilxclitohe Wire fiom 'Hie Associated I'reu.
Philadelphia, April 27, The Ledger In its coal
article tomoriow, will ta) s
"Tho anthracite coal tiade Is my acthc, nnd
tho April output is expected to total up to largo
Ogurci, jKMlbly 4,600,1X10 tons. The weather liai
favored full working at moat of tho collieries, aril
the expectation of continued coal mining without
any labor troubles this Hiring has produced a
condition ol lesttulne&i and satisfaction through
out the whole mining district, 'flit demand la
good, being stimulated by the discount!, 13 tho
prices will advance under the new circular 10
cents per ton May 1 and 10 cents additional each
month thereafter. It U evident that thli will
be a year ol excellent results in the anthracite
Industry, and heuce the appreciation ol the coal
company securities and the excellent condition
ol affairs in the mining regions. Coastwise hlp
menu are active and the movement westward U
aisuoiiog larger proportions."
SATURDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS.
The following uuotilloM an fumtslied Th
Tribune by lUlght k Krtese Co., 311-316 Mean
maiding. W, D. Itutijon, manager.
Open. High. Low. Cloje.
Anial. Copper .....,.,, 0714 07J4 tW?i OOtt
Am. Car foundry ,..,,, SO :104 30 30'i
American Ice 1?IS MH 17'4 10
Atncr, LocomotlM' 3.W4 3,1 E.1J4 35H
Am. Lncomothp, IT .... US WA Vi'A 0SU
Am. Smelt, k Iter. Co .. 4IU 41 44U 41
American bugar i..12(l IMH 12Hi 1-0
Ahaeonila Copper ......111 HI 11-1 111
Atchison 82V 82'4 &1T4 M'l
Atchison, Pr 0(4 fDVi lT4 "''
Halt. & Ohio ion 100 103:4 100
Ilrooklju II, T 7H1 7(lS 70 70i
Canadian I'neMc 12!4 1294 12114 120.,
Che. fc Ohio IS 48H IS 481(i
Chltfliro k Allon .'I71; 37H 37Ri 371t
Chlu. & (I. V 2o 20-H 23U 20VI
Chic., Mil, k St. l ...,U0l4 170-4 lfl'T4 10'
Chic, It. I. l 17.1H 171 17.1? 171
Col. I'tiel k Iron .lOS'SJ 10Ti 101 lai
Col. k Southern 3174 3l 81 a I ,
Col. k Siutlicrn, Pr .... 43 f'4 454 4,1j
Del, & Hud 1704 17014 170 170'
Kile .TOT4 .TO'4 SSJ 3'Hi
i:rlc, lit l'r 70 'O11 704 T0i
llrle, 2d Ir MIS Mlj 61 03
HiiLklrtff Valley 8414 8IV4 81 81
Illinois Central 1I8 !1S'4 141 141
Louli. k Nli 12l)4 1.W14 1M4 128
Manhattan 1.114 1.104 12814 128
Mctiopolltan fct. Uy ....K.2V4 1524 lfli!4 152
MnxtianCentr.ll. 2) 204 2914 In0i
Missouri IMpIOo 101 101 101 t01
X. Y. Central U 102&4 1W 12
Norfolk & Western .... mV IW M14 5074
Ont. k West 3.V4 3"'?4 : Xi
Piicldc Mill I2'4 424 42'4 42 J4
Penna. It. II 151 132Tb 131 l''iV4
Peopled (las MB 101 10114 10114
fteswd Steel Car 41 43'i 4)14 4J'4
ltoadlng- 07!i 7'4 C"4 '4
Heading, 2d l'r 72 72 72 72
Hcpubllo Steel 1fl 104 10 ln14
Itcpubllo Steel, l'r 73 7i 7V4 7514
Rout horn Paclflc OS OS 07 07
Southern It 38 KSU 37 3714
Southern It. It., l'r .... Ort'i IW M14 IW'i
Tcnn. Coal k Iron 72 73 724 72'4
Tcxai & Pacific I34 U 1114 43
Union IMfine 100 inn loili 10114
U. S. Leather 13VJ 14 1.1U 14
II. S. leather, Pr 81 8.1 84 8,1
1). S. Steel 414 4114 41 43,
V. S. Steel, Pr 04 OIH "Hi 014
Wabash 20 2 26 28
Wabash. Pr 45 41 41 41
Western Union 0214 02i Oi'i C-Vi
Wisconsin Central 20 20 20 20
CHICAGO GRAIN AND 1'ItOVlSION MAtlKKT.
WIIKAl Open. Hlirh. Low. Close.
Mar 71 71 71 7.1
J u 1 - 75 70 75 70
May 2'4 02 C2 02
July W 61 C314 04
Julv f. 31 31 31
Srp'tcmber 30 30 30 30
May 10.70 10 7.1 10 70 10.75
July 10.93 10U7 10.P5 10 07
P.S2 PS7 P.S2 0.87
Julv 0.25- 10.13 005 10.13
May P.20 0.21 0 20 0.22
Jufy 9.37 9.10 9 35 0.33
NEW YORK COTTON MRKr.T.
Open. HUh. Low. Close.
Var 0.44 f.4') 0.44 0.44
July 9.10 9.44 "10 9 11
August 9.17 9.20 917 920
ltrscro, inciea.ie $2,8s2,J0O
Loans, decrease ''Jfll'rli
Specie, incrcifc 7 01. OM
I.cjal tender, increase 2"-S!'r,H!l
l)epoits, Incrc.TO "'in
Circulation, decrca--e 0.G0J
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. Did. A'l.cd.
Lnelfuvanui Dairy Co., Vr. 00 .....
Tounty SaMiigs nmk Trut Co.. 300
Kil-t Nitlonal Hmk (Caiboudalc) 500
Tldrd National Hank 510
Dime Deposit and Discount Bank... COO
Kionoiny Light, 11. & P. Co 4b
First Nationil Bank 1300
1 mka. Trust Site Dipo-.it Co.... 105
Clark k Fnoier Co , Pr 121
Scranton Sainss Bank 50,)
Traders' National Bank 221
Scunton Holt & Xut Co 12.1
People1!. Bank 133
Scranton luking Co 33
Sirnnlon Passenger Railway, first
MortRigt, due 1020 113 ...
People's Street ltnlwai, Hut molt-
giise, due 1013 , 113
People's Street Railway, (Jcneial
mortgage, due 1921 115 ...
Sir.intou 'Auction 0 pel ent 115 ..
Etouomy Light, lit at &, Power Co 97
North Jersey k IVrour, Itt- Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co 103
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. G. Dale, 27 Lackawanna AcO
I'lour 4 40.
Butter Kush creaineiy, S0c; fresh daily, 29c.
l.'ggs Ni arby, lie. ; wctcrn, 17'c.
Peas Per bushel, 1.7.1.
Manow Bean Per bushel, ,2.11a2.40.
fiiecn Peas Per bushels, '1.75.
Potatoes Per busiiel, 1.00.
Onioa. Per bushel, $1.30.
OUR DOMESTIC TRADE.
Special Correspondence of The Tribune.
Wj-lilngton, April 27.
DOML'SriC trade moiements for the fln-t
quarter of 1102 compared witli those for
the corusponduu period in 1001 are re
porteil in the Much tununary of in
ternal commerce by the treuaiirj biirciu of bta
tlstics. 'Jliose tlguies t-eem to indicate n con
tinual i ik i case in tiie oluume of npte-ontative
branches of comineiie, Tlie urelpU nf wheit
at ulght markets m the interior for tho jeai 1901
up to April, 1 amounted to 181,78.1,001 limlick,
compiled with 10O,iJ.:2,7oO liutliels for the coire
hpondins period of l'j)2. Theie is tluib a uiiii of
6.1 per cent to the ciedit of the cuirent quirter.
The lic otoek inotcinents cidilblt the tamo sen
cr.il tendency, with some ccrpl!ons. Tor the
first quarter of 1 the lecelpts of fio Muds of
ttock at the flic K.idintr maikctn of tlie in
terior were 7,412,703 head; for tlie lliet quirter
of 1001 tho receipts totaled 7,040,572 head, for
1002 totaled 7,S31,9S2 liead. 'Ihe greatest pel
ccntago of gain amone; (lie hie classed of nock
was made in tlie receipts of olve.s. A compari
son of lecelpts, fihipinents nnd consumption of
calts brliiRS to iljlit tlie fact tliat the primary
markets aie ruttlns deeper than usual into tho
.Notmser classes of stock on the western funis, and
other aicas of supply, '1 lie, mirage welslit of
hogs at Ctileaso was 6 puunds less than during
Maich, 1'JOt; at St, Joseph, S pounds lis; .it
Omaha, 12 puunds less, and at Kansas Cti, 10
pounds les. 'I In- carload reevlpts of stock f lit
erally bliow an increase, ccept at Kansas City,
where there was n ilmcuc of ,11 per tent, in tho
number of tan, compmi with Marth, VOl, Tor
llui threo months fndnifc" Maich fit of this year
Chicago retched 75,811 ens of ftoik, and i.'),5ti
fol the coireKpondins quailer of the precedinj
tjr; thowlnif n gain of 0,231 cars, indlcatluif
tliat the Cliicago supply U being kept up by tlie
ttntral wwt and northwest, Traflit- in ltc btodc
compared for the first quarter of threo tuectss.
ive j cjis showed that foi Ihe flr.st quarter of 1001
four markets reteiid 122,892 tar!; tor l'Wi, tho
rorrt'tpoudlni; figure was 0l,9so' cam, and for 1002,
127,219 cars. 'I here Is, therefore, a material sain
to the ciedit of the western lle tloek tratilo
tlius far this jear oer eltliiv of the lirccedlnij
two jean, dcaplte the .soulliwciteru shortage of
The coinnieiiial 'j car's report on tlie poik
packing industry tonllrius tliose flgurt-x of tho in
ert use of llo ntock tiJfrlc, The Cincliiiiatl Pilco
Curuiit gUts 25,41l,t7ii he-id J a the total of hoga
packed in the wcittin lentera timing tho )car
Hiding Mauli 1, tompirtd with 2.;, 000,071 held
for the preceding )car, Tlio itccipts of hogs at
New- York, Phlladelphl i and Baltimore, liuw.
tttr, dutiiig tho 12 'inuntlis ending March 1 were
tlie lowest in fen n jcais.
Tragilu on tlie (Ileal Lakes fur Manh was
niarked by the opening of local operations on
the lower lakes ami the clearing of a few t.,igoca
of ore mid wheat. from the upper lake ports duiing
tlie list week of the month. Receipts (or Match
were 251,294 tons of freight cuinpaitd with IS.),
HIS terns in March, 1M1, The March lake ship
ment further bhows that tho ilonicUlo hhlpments
of hard coal during tho reason of 1901 amounted
tu 3,310,321 tons; toft coal, 5,970,231 Ions and that
1,753,238 tons of coal were loadtd for wtsels'
consumption at 121 lako polls by 120 ilitUivn!
firms. 'I ho esports of coal from northern lake
districts in 1001 amounted to 4,ll2,2t3 tons, com
pared with 6,031,15$ tons during the calendar
jcar 1900. The total shipments of coal on tlie
lake, including coa,twlse and foreign for JlXIt
amounted to 13,137,077 tons, compared Mlth 12,
020,&II ton in 1900.
At the Norlli Atlantic rejboaid the receipts ol
Hour and guitl at ','civ VoiV tor March amounted
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to 8.30.
We offer, to yield About
5 per cent.,
(Total Issue. $i,ooo,ooo)
BUTTE ELECTRIC & POWER CO.
5 per cent. 1st Mortgage Sink
ing Fund Gold Bonds.
Maturins 1 to 30 jew-
Rudolph Kleybolte & Co.
1 NASSAU STBEET,
NEW YOBK CITY.
An investment opportunity of ex
traordinary merit. It is the best
known mining property in the state
A Developed Working nine
Not a Prospective Proposition.
A limited amount of stock is now
being offered to raise monoy for im
provement in equipment and gener
al development of the property.
Awarded Bronze Hedal
At the Pan-American Exposition at
Buffalo last season.
Stock now selling at $ .50 a share.
The price will soon be advanced. Get
in now on the ground floor.
Write for full particulars,
SIH EAGLES HI1G CO
1202 Crozier Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
IN OIL STOCKS!
WILLIAM a KINd&CO.
Member") or Houston (Texan) Oil Stock K.T..
clmtigo solicit orders,
to 8,311,212 buskelrf, including flour and meal re
duced to liusheld, compiled with 11,8o7,!'j7 litt-li-eli
m Mmh, 1101. drain anl flour receipts jt
Boston for tlie ihiee months ending with March
ot tills j ear were G,50l507 liushoH including
ilout and meal reduced to liiuheU, rompircd
with 12,251,240 bushels (or the corresponding
period of tlie precedii.j: year. At l'liiladeliihU
the receipts were 3,.'iJl,fe(i2 bushels of wlic.it, rorn
and O.U-., against lO.SST.'-OJ bushels for the cor
icspondiiifr quirter of 1'XH. At llaltlnnro .i.'ilO,
7.j7 bushels of wheat, coin, oats and rje, aiil.cd,
compared with 1S,2'),301 bushels durinpr tho flrt
three month t of 1001. The four poits of Jloton,
New Voik, I'liiladolpliia and Ualtimore, on the
basis of the aboe totals received an aKRiesato
or !:,W0,0.)7 bultels to Mai ell 31, 1002, compared
with 7J,3ft2,031 btialielH for the corrcpondins pe
riod in 1001, Tills is j dccituse of 52.05 pel cent,
in tliis particular feature of traffic by ull fiom
tlie inteiior to the M-ahoard,
Co.itwise coal ttliipmenln'icported for Pcen
months ending citli Tibiuary 23, from both Phil
ndelplii.i and Ntw York, weic :i,7S2,20t tons, iep
resenting tho trade by the principal baige lines
and tchooncrs, The iccelpU at lloston foi the
quarter Just closed Blielitly evceoded one million
Totton recehed in sieht from the Atlantic
states amounted to .1,481,42.) bales out of .i totn!
of 0,273, JW biles reported to Marcli .11; while
fiom Texas teiritory 2,80,147 bales were ieceled,
and 2,OSS,7.M bales from the other Otiif btate.i.
Ilccflpts of iwmiI btores at 11 pilnury miikots
for (lie t-eason endinc; April 1, 1U02, were 2.02S,.
Ml barrels of ro-in, and 541,00') cults of hpliita
of tin pontine, being a honiowhat nuallcv output
than lat year, but considerably larger than tlut
of tho prcecdintr jear.
On the I'aclflo coast there is a falling off In
the cltius fruit moiempnt. 1 lie ucraje weekly
lilpnieiits to April 2, lust car, were 005 cars;
this j cur, 40S cars,
Antbiudte coal hlpments for Man li wera ",
S13.767 torn, couipareil witli 4,001,13.! ton? ill
March, 1001, and 3,I1S,S'W toua in 1000. Tho hi.
tunilnniiH trade nm the rol.e trado irencullv
kliow cams nil to tlie pirsent date oer (.hlpninis
of u jr.ir ajo, Tlio aierag wieklj sliipmems n(
oke in tlie OonnelMllle rigloii to March 20 weto
10,551 earn, compared wlih 10,)d cars to rurre
tpviiidlntr dale in 11X11, Approximately rorrt'i t
llures of oil tliipinciits fum tlie Utaumont,
Texas, field credit tint ilMrht witli :i,4'i4,274
barrels of oil from the time shipment!, bea.ui in
1W1 to March 31, 1002.
Tlio Northwest Maeasinc tf ?t, Paul, Minn.,
6J); "Of all the nieiitnrious piopo-,itions new
olli'rod to tlie Kcncr.il public, tlicie is none tlut
oUi'is better or mora promising inducements than
tho Sl Taglcs (Jo., of Washington. ,ftn inform
ing oursehes icapi-cilng tlie oillcen of thU com
pany, tlie thoiough practical iiiauagcimnt tlieraof,
and tbn uluable mining properties which It owns
absolutely, ami which aiu now in a propcious
ktuto of dcu'lopmeiit. our confldeucu In tho Six
y.jgUn proift-ity is w strong tliat the Kortli.fuv
Magazine, tugetlier witli ccial of Its employes,
bau secured block nf Mod: width U now being
held among Its prefeircd tenuities, and It may
bij he-re remaiked Incidentally tlut our confi
dence In the future altits of this stock U m
ttionif that not a dollai's wurtli of our lioldiutis
is for (ale.
Transport Grant Arrives,
Sin KraucUco, Cal., Apill 27. alio tiamruirt
(liaqt uirlied early this morning from Manila
witli 1,015 passengers, including the Twelfth
I'nited States infantry and four companies of
Connolly & Wallace
A Scranton's Shopping: Center
1 23, 1 25, J 27 and 1 29 Washington Ave.
Demonstration of Her majes
ty's Corsets all this week we
would appreciate your attendance
there is no obligation to buy.
A LINEN EVENT
A famous Scotch linen maker has just sent us his sample lots of table cloths (about 250, they are In two'slzes, 2
yards wide by 2 1-2 long, and 2 wide by 3 long. They are of a fine, heavy quality, pure linen double damask and were
made to sell at the rate of $1.75 a yard, this would mean $4.38 for the 2 1-2 yard size and $5.25 for the 3 yards.
Our Special Prices, $3.00 and $3.75 Each.
A Special Feature of Our New Cotton Department is Scrubbing or Floor Cloths
Here Is a number 22-lnches square, of spongy, absorbent cotton material. Un- ,, each a
equalled for floor scrubbing OC or OoC dozen
10-4 size, . . . $3.00 Pair.
11-4 " . . . 3.50
Or sold single at half the price,
Summer Weight Comfortables 95c SSXfiffiSSSSSi
white cotton, Size 72 x 72.
A Bargain in Huck Towels.
10c each or $1.50 a dozen. Hemmed Huck Towels, size 17x34, with red or blue borders.
Connolly & Wallace.
IMPERIAL CIGAR CMH JIM. HE., OIMMU CIGARS
RAILROAD TJME TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
Ia Effect Nov. 3, 1001.
Trains leao Scranton (or ?,cy orK At 1.40,
8.10, 0.03, 7.S0 unci lO.Oj a. m.; 12.4"i, 3.40, 3.3J
p m. For New Yoik and Philadelphia 7.50,
10 Oo a. m., and 12.45 and 3 3 p. m. For Tobjr
liaiuia At 0.10 p. m. For Bufulo 1.13, 0.22 and
9.00 a. m.: 1.53, 0.50 imd 11..11 p. m. For Bin,:
hamton and way bUtioiib 10 20 a. m. and 1,10
p. m. For Oawfijo, Syracuse and Utlc.i 1.15 and
U.2-J.a. in.; 1.35 p. in. Onego, Sjracu'e and
Utlca train at 6.22 a. m. Uiily, eLept Sunda.
For MonUo-c 0.(10 a. m.; l.lu and 6 50 p. m,
Nicholson accommodation 4.00 and 6.13 p. m.
Ulooni-burs Division ror Northumberland, at
e.35 and 10.03 a. in. i 1.55 and 0 10 p. m. For
Hyrnouth, at 8.10 a. m. i 3 40 and 0.00 p. m
Sunday Trains For New York, 1.40, 3,15, 0 03
and 10.01 a, in.; 3.40, 3.oD p. m. For lludalo
1.13 and fi.2J a. in.: 1.C3, U.50 and 11.33 p. m.
For Ulngliainlon and way stations 10.20 a, m.
nicomtburi; Division Leave Scranton, 10.03 a.
in. and 0.10 p. m.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
In KUcct Noumbcr 21, 1001.
Trains tor Cubondalo Icaio fccranton at C.20,
6.00, S.63, 10.13 a. in.; 1..00, 1.20, 2.34, 3 52,
6 2D, 0.25, 7.57, 0.10. 11.20 p. n; 1..11 a. m.
For Ilonesdale 0.20, 10.1u. m.; 2.31 and 5,23
PFor Willvcs-Barrc 0 ES, 7.4S, 8.11, 0 3 10.41
a. m.; 12.0J, HI, 2.1i, 3.2S, 4.27, CIO, 7,4b,
10.41, 11.30 p. m.
For L. V. II. II. Points 0.3S, 0.33 a, m.; 2,19,
4 27 and 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsylvania II. H. Tolnti 0.38, 0.33 a.
m. ; 1.41, 3.2S ami 1.27 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 0.20 a. m.
and 3.32 p. m.
For Caiboudalc S.00, 11..M a. in.; 2.31, 3.32,
5,62 and 11.17 p. in.
For Willvti-natic 0.S3 a. m.; 12.03, 1.53, 3,23,
0.32 and i.17 V. in.
For Albany and points noitli 3,52 p. m,
For Ilonesdalc 8 50 a. in. and 3.62 p. in.
W. U PHYOlt, D. V. A fecranton. Pa.
Schedule in Uflect June 2, 1901.
Trains kaio bcianton; il.u.-i a. in,, week days,
throuF.li vestlbulu train dam Wilkfe-llairo. Pull
nian buffet parlor cjr and coaches to Philadel
phia, via PoiuUllc; btupa at iiriuclpal iutenue.
diate statio-is. Al.-o conuecu loi rMiiiliinj, liar
riisbiirt,'. I'liUa Jolphi.i, lUltimoic, x,liini,'toii and
lor Pitt'.biiig uml the nt.
O.S3 a. in., week dajs, tor Sunbuiy, Hairisburif,
Phll.idelp'iia, Ualtimore, Washington and Pitts
burp; ar.il tho wet.
1.42 p. in., week ill) a fHundajs, 1,58 p. in.),
for (nnl'iiry, IlairUbuiif, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pitlsburg- and the west.
0,23 n. in., week dav, throiiKh cj.tibulc train
from Vilke-llaire. Pullman bullet parlor car
and i.oadici to Philadelphli U Puttsiille. Stopn
at principal Intermediate tt.itlonj
4.27 p. in., week davi, tor lla, leton, bunbury,
liairitbnrs, Piiiladclphla and Pltfeburir.
j, it. uui'uill.NSo.N. ucn. Mtrr.
J, U. WOOD, Ucn. Pass. Ast.
New "Srovlt, Ontario and Western.
In Uffcct Tuesday. Sept. 17, 1001,
J,ca) I.ia)o , Arriia
Trains Fiunton. riibonilaie, C'adoala,
vo I 10.:0u, in. 11.10 a. in. l.DOp. in.
t 7 , 0.10 n. in. Ai. Cailiondali) 0.40 p. in,
" T -.OtllU IIUL.Ml. '
I.eu)o l.eaie Arrlw
Trains Cadosla, Carbonilale. Fcrauion,
I? a 7 00 J, hi. 7.40a. in
S-o '........ 2-15 P-m. 4 00 p. in. I I'J n. in.
" faUNUAb OM.Y, NOIilll IIOU.M),
I.cavo ticaio Arriva
No. 0 ....
No. fi ,,,.
S-cr.iiitoii. cainoiiuair. radosla,
,,, S.8U a. in. 0.10 p. in. 0 13 a. m.
... 7.00l. in. Ar. Caiboudale 7,10 p. m.
Lcam I.eae Arrl
Cadosla. Cailioudale. Scianton.
7.00 a. m. 7, o a. in.
w. 10 ,,...., 4.30p. 111. 000 p. ir. 0 4"i p. m.
. 'i mini Kan. 1 uii week ua)k. and 0 on Uiindits.
nni.o main Itni. connections for New YoL citv.
Uiddietowu, Walton, hoiwicli, Omo!J4,k0.iui-;-o
and all points west. m
For further Information ccnsult tickeM agents.
J. C. ..MI-.llhU, tl. r. A., .C)".j voru
j, K. wtLiii, r. r. a., ocraoteu, iv
( Tlenske regarding Her Majesty's
! Corsets at any time during the
E present week.
Wo will have any Napkins or Table Cloths you
may buy from us, hemmed and laundrlcd at a very
small cost. Enquire at Linen counter.
Of light weight wool and cotton mixture 2-3 wool.about 1-3 cotton very fine
and pretty for summer use. Pink and light blue borders.
(11 1 Slock
s& Scranton, Pa.
Old M'hone, 231.
New 'Phone, 2935.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
New Jersey Central.
In Effect ,ov. 1,, lwl.
Stations In New York, toot ot Libeity street
and boiuh 1'eriy, N, It.
Trains leavo &.'rauto'i for New York, Plillade!.
nhia Kaaldi, nethlelii in, Allcntown. Maurli
l-huiik. WliU.- Ilau-n. Ashley anil Wllkes-llario at
7 10 a. in,, 1 v. m. JiJ 4 P. in. hnnday, 2.10 p. in.
Ouakcr t'ily HMirea leatw Scianton at 7.10
a in . tlucili solid iistlbnlc train with Pullinan
liuffet Pailoi Cars, for Pldladelphla, with only
one change of cars for Baltlinoio, Washington,
D. C, and all principal points toutli and woe.
Vo- oea, Plttbton and WllkcvBarre, lp.ni,
and 4 p. in, Siinda), 2.10 p. m.
For Long Brauch, Ocean (lroe, etc., 7,30 a.
in. and 1 P. ni. , , ., , , i .,
For HVadlinr. I.ebainu and llaiiisbure, )la AI.
Icuiown, at 7.10 a. in. and 1 p. m, Simula), 2,10
Fcr Poltsullc at 7,0 n. m, and 1 p m.
For laic, nnd tickets npplv to autnt at .latlon,
W, ti, IIIM.hll. (inifral Manaicii.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In J'.A8ct, Nov. 3, 1001.
'iiains le-ivo Scranton.
Fo Philadelphia and New York via I), k II.
It lli al fi'"3 ""' 'J-'iS " "' anJ 2-'8' '-l
ililack Diamond r:pics.), and 11.33 p. m. Sun.
dais D. 4- II- II- " -53' s'-7 I'- "
For liltc linen, lalctau and pilncipal polnls
n thu coal reslow. U It. II. II. It,, 0 33, s.lrt
and 4.27 p. in- Vol I'ottsillle, 0.38 a. in, 3 13
' For Bethlehem, Kaslon, llfailln, Ilatrihi rif,
and iniiiUp.il in tcrincliaio etatloni, la l. A: II,
It It,, ll., i',3a a. in.; 2.1b. 4.27 (Black Dia.
inond KM're.s), ll.0 p. in. S-undj), D, i, II.
It. Jt., tt -la a. ' l-1'. t-'-'7 P- "'
For lunkhaimoik, lonanda, Clmlia, Ithaca,
(leneva and pilucipal inteimedlate stations, ill
V.. U. and v. II. It.. 8.10 a. :n. and 3.60 p. in.
For (Kne) J, llochc.ter, Uiiflfalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago and ull iwlnts west, la I). II, It. II,
7,4b, 12 03 a, in.; 1.1J. 3,23 (lllacl, Dlamord Ia
presO, -'). lu41. 11-30 p. in. fcundaju, ). k II.
II. It., 12.0J, b.27 p. hi.
Pullman pallor ami tleepius or Lehigh Valley
Parlor car nn ail tulus lutuee.i Wilkes Bane
jncl New- Yoik, Pliilailclpliia, llulfalu and butpen
IIOM.IX II. WILBUR, Ctn. Smut., 20 CortlanJ
slieit. .Ne. Yink.
CIIAIII.KS S. Li:il. 'Id'. P.im. A;l., 20 Coittand
ttitct, Xcn ork.
A. W. NOMIM VCUUU, Div. Pa.s. Agt., South
For tickets and Pullman reflation apply ta
city ticket uUlcc, b'j pabliu Sjuaie, ttlll.ivBane,
jI4- fiMA a
The new patterns we are
now showing are beautiful
specimens of the metal
worker's and designer's
skill they possess charac
ter and finish that appeals
to the exacting purchaser.
The prices, too, are as at
tractive as the designs.
We invite inspection and
Have you seen the new
patterns in the twin beds
we've something worth
seeing, whether you wish
to buy or not.
Many new and beautiful
patterns in odd Dressers
and pieces for the bed
121 Washington Avenue,
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent for the Wyoir.icg Dislitct for
MInlnjr, lllastlm?, Bportliis. Smokeless and th
Kepauno Chemical Company'
gaiety Fuse, Caps and i:plodors, lloow 401 Co
nell Building ,bciantou.
JOHN It.-S.MI1U A. &Oy ..,,,,.,.,, Pliiiio'ith
li. W, JUILUQAN ,...,..,.. .,,Wilkt-llaii
Successois to Machine nuslnesa ot
Dickson Munufactui'lne Co., Scranton
ana "Wllkes-Baire. Pa.
( Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mlnln