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THE &0HANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1902.
NEW KOAD APPOINTS A TRAF
Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley
Rapid Transit Company Engages
B. E. Wyly, Jr., a leading Bail
road Man of the South to look
After tho Development of Its
Passenger and Freight Business.
Only Electric Road in the Country
o Have Such an Official.
As Indicative ot the extensive tllmen
nlons of tho now "Cannon Bull" elec
tric road, tho fact Is noteworthy thnt,
beginning with today, It will enjoy the
distinction, unique among all electric
roads, of having as a part of its ad
ministrative machinery a full-fledBed
office of traffic manager.
The position Is to be filled by B. F.
Wyly, Jr., of Atlanta, Ga., who for
fourteen years has occupied a similar
position with tho Atlanta and West
Tolnt Railroad company.
A circular announcing Mr. Wyly's
appointment has been sent to railroad
officials throughout the country, as Is
the custom. It reads as follows:
Scrnnton and Northeastern Railroad
Central Valley Rapid Transit company.
Northern and Lackawanna Railroad com
pany. June 20, 1902.
Effective this date, Mr. B. F. Wyly. jr..
Is appointed traffic manager of the above
named companies, with headquarters In
Scrnnton and Wllkes-Barre, Pa. He will
report to the undersigned and to the vice
president In charge of operations.
George C. Smith, Vice President.
Mr. Wyly arrived here yesterday and
Is stopping at the Jermyn. He will
likely make his home in this city.
Pending the opening of the road he
will engage himself In becoming ac
quainted with the needs of the com
munity and tho means of best serving
those who are to become passenger and
freight natrons of the road. He will
also travel about the country studying
the newest applications made of elec
tricity in handling passenger and
WERE ASSOCIATED TOGETHER.
Vice-President Smith, of tho Lacka
wanna and Wyoming Valley company,
the corporation owning the various en
terprises comprising tho "Cannon Ball"
road, was formerly president of the At
lanta and West Point road and had
Mr. Wyly as his traffic manager.
Speaking of the appointment of Mr.
Wyly, Vice-President Smith said:
"Mr. Wyly has been appointed traffic
manager, at this time, with a view of
having business ready for tho road as
soon as it is ready for business, which
will be at an early date. The Wcst
inghouse companies are largely inter
ested In this railway and have chosen
Mr. Wyly for the important task of de
veloping Its traffic. ,
"Pending the opening 6f the line, Mr.
Wyly will bo engaged in studying, gen
erally, the methods of electric railway
transportation through the country. I
consider the position a very Important
one. for which Mr. Wyly is especially
qualified, and believe the field affords
the very widest opportunity for the
exercise of his well-known abilities."
Concerning Mr. Wyly's appointment,
the Atlanta papers have this to say:
Tho multitude of friends of Mr. B. F.
Wyly, jr.. of this city, will bo gratified to
learn of his appointment as traffic mana
ger of tho Lackawanna and Wyoming
Auiioy uapiu Transit company, an elec
tric railways combination, with head
qffuartcrs at Seranton and Wllkes-Barrc,
I'h. Mr. Wyly's new office is one of great
importance- In the management of val
uable properties nnd his experience In
railroading peculiarly tits lilm for the
duties ho Is to assume. Ills success will
bo confidently predicted and expected by
ull Atlantans. Atlanta Constitution.
Mr. George C. Smith, former president
of tho Atlanta and West Point railroad,
and now ono ot the chief officials of the
Wcstinghouso company, announces that
K F. Wyly, jr., has been appointed traf
ilu manager of the three companies com
posing tho Lackawanna and Wyoming
Valley Rapid Transit company, a system
of which Mr. Smith is vice president.
This announcement has much Interest
1o Atlanta, whero Mr. Wyly has resided
for many years and Is so highly es
teemed. Ho has long been connected
prominently with tho Atlanta and West
Point and Western of Alabama railroads
and has filled some of tho most import
ant offices In the passenger traffic de
partment of theso combined railways.
Tho appointment ho bus Just received is
u recognition of his marked ability as a
railroad man by ono -with whom ho was
associated for several years.
Wlillo Mr. Wyly is being congratulated
by his friends generally on this very
handsome appointment, there Is much re
gret In Atlanta that It will mako neces
sary tho removal of himself and his fam
ily from this city.
They will carry with them to their new
bomo to which Mr. Wyly's advancement
takes them, tho hearty good wishes and
pleasant recollections of a host of At
lanta people Atlanta Journal.
NEW LEHIGH VALLEY, TRAIN.
Runs from Carbondale to New York
Tho Lehigh Valley railroad on last
Monday morning added a new train to
Its schedule which shortens the run
nine time between Wllkes-Barre, Now
York and Philadelphia by more than
half an hour, making the run In only
a little more than four hours. In speed
and appointments this now train Is sec
end only to the now famous Black Dia
mond express .of the Lehigh Valley sys
tem. Carrying a thorough Pullman
Buffet purlor car and day coach be
tween Carbondale and New York, no
change of cars Is necessary for passen
gers from Seranton and other points on
the Delaware and Hudson railroad.
This truln leaves Carbondale at 7 a,
m., Seranton at 7.41 a. in., and reaches
New York at one o'clock. Philadelphia
Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured
and Perhaps a Life Saved,
"A short time ago I was taken with
r- violent attack of diarrhoea and be
lleye I would have died Jf I had not
gotten relief," says John J. Patton, a
leading citizen of Patton, Ala. ''A friend
recpihmended Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera, and plarrhoea Remedy. I
bpugtit a twenty-five cent bottle and
, Bfter taking three doses of it was en
tirely, .cured. I consider it the best
remedy In the world for bowel com
plaints." This remedy is certain to be
nqede'd ,in almost every home before 'the
summer in over. U can always Ua .de
landed upon, even ,Jn the most, severe
and dangerous cases. U is especially
valuable for summer diarrhoea in, chil
dren. It is pleasant to take, never falls
to give y.-ompt relief. Why not buy it
vim.' nnil lii nreivtreH for ttimh nn omn..-
ufiicy? l-'ur'saie by all druggists, J
12.40 p. m. Leaving New York and
Philadelphia, on Us return trip, at con
venient hours of tho day, 4,10 and 4.30
p. m respectively,' nnd reaching Seran
ton at ten o'clock, This train should
be popular with, shoppers and other
visitors to. New York and Philadelphia
desiring a train thoroughly modern In
all Its nppolntmcnts,
FUNERAL OF J. T. LTJTTON.
Services Over Remains Conducted
Funeral services over tho rcmulns of
tho late James T. Lutton wero con
ducted yesterday morning from D. D.
Jones' undertaking establishment, on
North Washington avenue, where ser
vices were conducted by Rev. T. J.
Logan, of Wllkes-Barrc.
Rev. Mr. Logan was formerly a fellow-workman
of Mr. LUtton's, and ho
referred to their friendship of long ago,
paying a high tribute to the dead man's
momery. Tho remains left on tho 9.30
Delaware and Hudson train for Sln
gcrly, Md., where they are to be In
The pull bearers wero all' members
of the Typographical union. They
were as follows: M. R. Stone, Mar
shall Preston, J. H. Ross, E. Jennings,
A. E. Owens and William Corless.
TWO MORE DIVORCES.
They Were Handed Down Yesterday
by the Court Mrs. Kelly
Applies for Divorce.
Divorces were granted yesterday In
the cases of Mrs. Harriet Reld against
Patrick Reid. and Louis Wassel against
Mary Jane Wnssel.
Mrs. Reld was the widow of William
J. McNicholls when she married Reld
In 1895 in Holy Rosary church, North
Seranton. According to the testimony
in the proceedings they lived happily
for a time, but Reid wanted his wife
to sign over her property to him, and
when she refused they did not live so
happily. In 189S Reld left his wife and
went west, and has not returned or
contributed to her support.
Louis Wassel and Mary Jane Jones
were married in the .court houso in this
city on January 16, 1891, but In a-month
Wassel found himself deserted. She
returned to him In six or sei-en months
and they lived together for another
month, when Mrs. Wassel again dis
appeared. For years his home was
broken up at intervals by the conduct
of his wife in leaving .him. During
some ot the times she was away from
him she was an inmate of houses of ill
fame, Wassel testified.
Asks for a Divorce.
Attorney Edward W. Thayer filed a
petition yesterday for Mrs. Delia Kelly,
who wants a divorce from James Kelly.
They were married October 29, 1876, arid
lived together until January 1, 1S95,
when Mrs. Kelly had to lcavo her hus
band because, as she states In her peti
tion, "the marriage relation with tho
respondent was a veritable hell."
She states that her husband used In
decent language toward her, was vio
lent and threatening, charged her with
lewd conduct, and scoffed at her grief
when their son died. He frequently
threatened her and she feared he would
Howell's Bill Approved.
Court yesterday approved the bill of
Attorney George Howell for services
rendered as inspector of the condition
of tho school affairs of Scott township.
The bill is for $47.00 and must bo paid
by the school board..
Mr. Howell was appointed last fall to
investigate certain alleged irregularities
complained of by twelve citizens of tho
township, who petitioned court.
Thomas William Head
Ida M. Courtright
Charles M. F. Bacon
Herman D. Pfoor .,
Carrio E. Hancy
Weranlska Bcynawska ..!..
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Samuel Jurkovltz yesterday began an
action to recover damages from tho city.
Court mado an order yesterday dis
solving tho charter of tho congregation
of tho Polish Roman Catholic church of
Tho answer of Thomas and 1'ctcr Nolan
in tho equity case of John F. Nolan
against Thomas J,, Peter and William
Nolan was yesterday filed with tho court.
Joseph Locovlch. who stabbed and seri
ously wounded Camucl Scaba at Old
Forgo on Juno 13, was yesterday admit
ted to $1,000 bail, Scaba's physicians cer
tifying that ho Is out of danger, John
Lovava is his bondsman.
.Court yesterday appointed W, W. Bay
lor, Frederick Fuller, D. J. Reedy, Seran
ton; William R. Baker, Carbondale; L.
A. Roberts, Carbondale; P. J. Koran,
Dunmore; E. E. Hendrlck, Carbondale, to
vlow and dctermlno tho amount of dam
ages that will bo dono to tho property of
Mrs. Caroline Gaughan, of Carbondale by
tho Northern and Lackawanna Railroad
THE RATION ENLARGED.
Additional Supplies Will Not Be
Needed at Encampment.
P.y Kxdusive Wire from The Associated Press.
Hurrlsburg, June 20, General orders
were issued today to the National
Guard of Pennsylvania by Adjutant
General Stewart relative to the trans
portation and the distribution of ra
tions for the division encampment at
Gettysburg on July 12-19.
The ration heretofore issued has been
enlarged and extended so that it may
not bo necessary for the troops to pur
chase additional supplies from private
Young Girl's Body Found.
By Eicluilfe Wire from The AuocUted Press,
New York, Juno 20. Tho body of a 12-year-old
girl was found today In Grayes
end bay, Several cuts and bruises on the
head and hands looked as if they might
havo been intlicted before death, and
the police ordered an Investigation to de
termine whether tho girl was drowned
or murdered and the body thrown Into tho
Searching for a Murderer,
By Excluslre Wire from The Associated Pre
Meridian. Mass., June 20. Every officer
In this section Is guarding the roads and
trains looKing lor tne assailant and mur
derer ot MUs Bartileld at Lusk, Choctaw
county, Alabama. The young woman was
found with her throat cut and the evi
dence showed that she had mado u des
perate fight for life and honor.
Wall Street Review.
.New York, Juno 20.-Tho speculative
llritlldatlon which broke prices yesterday
was no longer In evidence today but tho
market slipped back Into a rather Ap
athetic condition, tho dealing dropping
well below half a million shares again.
Of this totnl a Inrgo proportion was con
centrated in a fow leading stocks notably
United States Steel, Misourl Paclilc, St..
Paul nnd, tho Wnbashes, hTo evidences
of support for United States Steel was an
encctivo influence in steadying mo mar
ket as yesterday's sharp brcuk in that
stock had unsettled sentiment in tho
whole market. There was ovldcnco of ro
buying of stocks by the large interests
which liquidated yesterday and tho day
before, This served to relievo a latent
feeling that tho recent bull campaign had
been a prcmlllnnry to n prolonged bear
campaign. Today's strength was restrict
ed to a fow points and was not very well
maintained, tho closing being dull and
heavy. Tho southwestern and St. Pa
absorbed a largo share of tho strengti
St. Louis Southwestern preferred rosh
nearly 3 points und In connection with n
slightly greater rise In Chicago and East
ern Illinois gavo rlso to a report thnt tho
latter road was to be purchased by tho
former. Tho movement In tho western
roads was not acocunted for by the crop
news, which was rather unfavorable as
to grain. The coalers wero rather neg
lected and moved In u narrow and irreg
ular way. Total sales, 303,000 shares.
Thore was an actlvo demand for somo
of tho Southwestern railroad bunds. Tho
market generally was Irregular. Total
sales, par value. $3,935,000. United States
2's coupon declined per cent, on the last
The following quotations, are furnished
The Tribune by Hulghl & Freese Co.. 314
315 Meats Building. W, D. Runyon, man
Amal. Copper fl" 07 00 00
Am. C. & F 32W 32 ! 32V.1
American Ice 1." 1316 15 l.
Am. Ice, Pr 49',i 50 49'i 49'i
Am. Locomotive .... 32T& 33 3274 33
Am. Loco.. Pr nsfe 9.11s 9314 9315
Am. S. & R. Co 47 i"li 47 47
American Sugar ....li'dU 127 1269s 126:!
Anaconda Copper ...lioia H'-lfc ROtt R'-14
Atchison S2 S2?i 82 S2i
Atchlsbn. Pr 10094 100 1005s lOi
Bait. & Ohio 106U 10lg 10GV4 10'!1
Brook. R. T r',fj 07 OOli 67
Canadian Pacific ...13.", 1ST. 134K- 134'2
Cites. & Ohio 4ilS tl!& 4614 4(il4
Chicago & Alton .... 38 38)8 3SU 38'4
Chic. & G. W 29 29 2Sij8 2S
C, M. & St. P 172?i 174 17291 14
C R. I. & P 172 1741J 172 17214
Col. Fuel & Iron.... 93 o: 03 93
Col. & Southern 30-tf iSO', 3094 3094
Del. & Hud 174 174 171 174
Erie 3ii9i 3094 3ti SOly
Erie, 1st Pr 7!4 0714 7V4 t!"!i
Erie. 2d Pr m B3 .;! K5
Hocking Valley 8314 8314 8314 8314
Illinois Central I37&& 1389 157 Vii 15714
Kan. City & South.. 3l',i 3114 3414 3114
Louis. & Nash 13S 130. 13H 13'i'A
Manhattan 13094 131 130)4 131
Met. St. Ry 1301 1M l."i01 1301.
Mexican Central .... 28 8 " 28 2S "
Mo. K. & Tex 5S 273h 2G9 27
Mo., K. & Tcx Pr.. 3S 5!) 58'. 58',!-
Mo. Pacific 1071a 1084 10714 108
N. . Central 1361a 13634 1361i 15691
Norfolk West .... 56 57" 06 67
Pacific Mail 4114 41'. 411i 4114
Pqnna. R. R 15114 132" rt!4 131
People's Gas .; 10:14 10294 1029 1029
Reading 659J GG'fi. CM 66
Reading. 2d Pr 6!t 69 60 9
Republic Steel 179a 3794 179 179,
St. L. & Snn V 6914 69 6Di 69V.
Southern Pacific .... K4!i Oli 61 6tl
Southern R. R ssja 3t; :ji;i j$y
Southern R. R Pr.. 931I 9554 Wit. 9594
Tcnn. Coal & Iron.. 63 " 63 U2 h14
Texas Pacific .... 4214 424 42 jl 4''4
Union Pacific la", 103i la. 105A
l.nlon Pacific. Pr.... S9?i S93J S99g S9
II. S. Leather l:t i: m ;t
Y- g. Leather, Pr ... si',4 SP4 8I',4 S4',4
11. S. Stool r.7 38 37 379i
V. S. Stool, Pr SRH SS14 SS94
Wabash ss; $ su s4
Wabash. Pr 4314 45s; 45 459J
M est. Union 90lf. 90' 4 90V. 901
Wheel. & L. E 22 22'4 '' niti
Wisconsin Central .. 27V. 27'A "7u "ill
Total sales, 361,500 shales.
Money, 2 per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION.
AVIIEAT. Open. High. Low. Close.
Ju'j; ; 73 71 73 71'4
September 729 73 72- 72
CORN. ' '-
l"y ; 66 ft! 65 65'4
September CS 68 6S!4 6S94
"; ;' 3614 369A 36 36',
September 28 29 2891 "
5"'-Y ; 1".S5 17.87 17.R0 17.87
September 18.03 18.10 18.03 18.07
July 10.45 10.30 10.45 10.45
September 10.17 10.47 10.47 10.47
J"'y 10.70 10.75 10.70 10.75
Scptembcr 10.57 10.60 10.37 10.60
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
,. , Open. High. Low. Close.
J11I.V ; 8.59 8.55 S.6.1 8..71
August S.25 8.21! 8.21 8 4
September 7.97 7.97 7.91 7is4
October 7.86 7.SS 7.81 7.S4
Seranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Far of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr.... CO
County Saw Bank & Trust Co 300
First Nat. Bank (Carbondale). ... 506
Third National Bank 550 .
Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank 300
Economy L.. II. & P. Co '46
First National Bank 1300
Lack. Trust & Safe Dep. Co... 195
Clark &. Snovor Co., Pr U'3
Seranton Savings Bank 1,00
Traders' National Bank 223
Seranton Bolt & Nut Co 123
People's Bank 133 ,,,
Seranton Packing Co 33
Seranton Passenger Railway,
tlrst mortgage, duo 1920 113 ...
People's Street Rullway, first
mortgage, due 1918 113 ,
People's Street Railway, Gen
oral mortgage duo 1921 115 ...
Seranton Trac. Co., 6 per cent. 113
Economy L., II. & P. Co 97
N, Jorsey & Pncono Ico Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ... 103
Seranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. G. Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave.)
Butter Fresh creamery, 2ic.j fresh
Eggs Nearby, 20c; western, 19c.
Marrow Beans Per bushel, J2.33a2.40.
Green Peas Per hushol, J2.25.
Onions Bermudas, J2.00 per crate.
Potatoes Per bushel, 83c.
New York Grain and Produce Market
Now York. Juno 20. lfJour Fairly act
lvo again and firmer. Ryo Flour Dull,
Wheat Spot llrmi No. 2 red, 8014e. oleva
tor; No. 2 red, 81a82c. f. o. b. afloat: No,
1 northern Duluth, S.'ljC f, o. b. afloat;
No. 1 hard Manitoba, Si)!ic f, 0. b. afloat.
Thoro was a strong opening in wheat,
duo to higher cables and mora rain in
tho southwest, It advanced until noon
when realizing brought a set back. Tho
market closed firm at c. net advance;
July closed S3?jc.; September, 7814c; De
cember. 79!ac, Corn Spot steady; No. 2,
6814c elevator and Wc, f. o. b, alloat; op
tion market was dull all day but gener
ally, firm on a small movement. Tho close
was ao, net higher; July closed 6694c;
September, G3c; December 5094c Oats--Spot
firm; No. 2, 47c; No. 3, 4614c; No, 2
white, 53c; No, 3 white, C2Hc; track
mled western, 47a49c;' track white, nOaSBo,;
option market was firm and a shade high
er on rains west and with other markets.
Butter Steady; creamery, I9a2214c; fac
tory, ICaietic; renovated, 17a20c; Imita
tion creamery, 17a20c; state dairy, 18a21c.
Checso Dull and weak; new stnte full
cream, small colored, choice, 9!4n994o.i
small white, 9t4a994o,j largo colored. 914a
996c; largo white, 094c Eggs Firm 1
state and Pennsylvania. I8c; western
candled, 17t&a!8c; Kentucky, 15al6c
Philadelphia Grain and Produce.
Philadelphia, Juno 20. Wheat Firm and
14c higher; contract grade, Juno 82!4aS3c
Corn None offered. Oats Quiet but
steady; No. 2 whlto clipped, 53c Butter
Firm, ,&alc. higher; otra western cream
ery, 23c; do. nearby prints, 21c, Eggs
Firm; fresh nearby, 18c; loss off; do.
westorn, 1814c, loss off; do. southwestern,
18c, loss off; do. southern, 1614c loss off.
Cheese Steady: Now York full creums,
prime small, 1014c; do. fair to good, 9V4a
10c Refined Sugars Unchanged. Cotton
Steady. Provisions Firm and higher;
city beef In sets, smoked and air dried,
lOalSc: western beef do. do., llaloc: city
beef, knuckles and tenders smoked, 18a
20c: western do. do., 15at7c; beef htms,
21a21.SO; pork, family, 20.60a21; hams. S.
P. In tierces, ISHal-Hc; do. skinned. 13
A Great Sale
ZuZir Ginger Snaps have hit
the popular fancy. It is almost im
possible to make them fast enough
And no wonder! Just think
of an In-er-seal Package full
of the best ginger snaps you
ever tasted, for 5 cts. That's
the reason everybody wants to
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
OF SCR ANTON.
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to 8.30.
Six Eagles Mines
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 money for im
provement in equipment and gener
al development of the property.
Awarded Bronze Hedal
At the Fan-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,
SIX EAGLES MINING CO
1202 Crozier Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
nl3?8C.; do. loose, 12al3Uo.; do. smoUcd
city cured, IXillc; hams smoked western
cured, 12nl3?ic.; do. boiled boneless,
SIuS2c; shoulders, P. C, in tierces, Slia
9?&c.; do. smoked. lOalOlSc; picnic hams,
S. P. in tierces, DUaDKc: do. smoked city
cured. 10al0Vc.; do. western. 10c; hollesl,
in pickel. ll?jal-J?ic; breakfast bacon city
cured 2&al4&c.; do. western. 13c,; lard
western rellncd in tierces 11 Halite.; do. in
tubs. ll'iallHc; do. pure city kettlo ren
dered in tierces, lltyc; do. in tubs, ll'4a
llc. Tallow-Quiet; city prlmo in
tierces. 6afHc; country in barrels, fiVfca
tiic; do. dark. 5a5Te.; cakes. 6aG'sC
Live Poultry Firm; fowls. l3al3Hc; old
roosters, 9&al0c.: spring chickens, larco,
21a'.'8u.; eceptlonal lots higher: do. small
and medium, 15a22c.: ducks, Kiallc.
Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls, choice
western, 13c; do. southern and south
western, lli'dc: do. fair to good, UVSaU'c;
old roosters, 8'a9c.: broilers, nearby, 8a
32c; do, western, 22a26c; frozen poultry,
fowls( 12alSVsO,; roasting chickens, Ha
16c: broilers nearby, 22a2Sc: do. western,
ICalDc: turkeys. I!la20c: ducks. ISalilc. Re-
celpts Flour, 1,300 barrels and 1,201,000
pounds In sacks; wheat, 800 bushols; corn,
3,600 bushels; oats, .r,000 bushels. Ship
ments Wheat, 800 bushels; corn, 3,b00
bushels; oats, none.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Juno 20. Wot weather Influ
enced breadth' and bullish activity In
wheat today. Continuous rains in tho
standing wheat and much excitement In
the foreign markets over similar condi
tions in France and England pushed
prices up and tho general bullish senti
ment engendered by tho news held prices
very near top figures. At tho ctosa July
wheat was Tic higher: July corn, Uo,
up; July oats, ac. advanced. Provis
ions showed market independent strength
and closed 10al2He. higher. CuhIi quota
tions were oh follows; Flour Dull,
steady; No. 2 spring wheat, : No. 3, 69
n74Wc; No. 2 red. 81Ua81c; No, 2 corn,
; No. 2 yellow, C3c; No, 2 oats, tiiitio;
No. 2 whlto. 4Sc; No. 3 white, ttUaiSc;
No, 2 rye, C8l4aU0o.; good feeding barley.
; lair to cnoico mailing, oaaiuc; jvo. i
flax seed, ll.Slal.n.,; northwestern, $1.73;
prime timothy seed, S5.90a5.9."; mess pork,
per barrel. $17.67V4al7.9-'V4: lard, per 1U0
pounds, 110.40; snort ribs, Jl0.C0al0.8O;
shoulders, 9a9',c; short sites, (11.25a
Buffalo live Stock Market,
East Buffalo, Juno 20. Cattlo Receipts,
300: feeling steady at nothing doing. Veals
Strong and Be higher; tops, $7a7.30: fair
to good, iC2oai.73; culls to common, 15.50a
G. Hogs Receipts. 6.000; actlvo and lOu'JCo,
higher: heavy, l7.S0a7.S5: mixed, J7.65a7.75;
pigs, )7,25a7.30: roughs, $7a7.25; stags, $5.50
a0. Sheep and lambs Receipts. 2,600; de
mand light; sheep very dull; lambs,
easier; spring lambs, $6.D0a7: fuir to good,
$5.75uG.25;culIs to common, Jla5: yearlings
and wethers. $1.73a5.2o; sheep top mixed,
JI.23a4.C0; fair to good. $3. Mai; culls to
common, $2a3.23; owes, $3.23u4.
Chicago Live Stock Xarket.
Chicago, June 20. Cattle Receipts, 1.500,
Including 250 Texans; choice, strong: oth
ers, slow; good to prime steers, 7.50u8:
poor to medium, $1.76a7.W; stockers and
feeders. S2.50a5.23; cows, tl.40aS.75: heifers,
2.50a,25; cauners. Jl.40a2.4Q; bulls, J2.S5a
5.50; calves, J2.50a6.50; Texas fed steers,
4a6.50. JloBS-Receluts today, 18.000; to-
Governor of Illinois, who signed the bill legalizing Osteopathy In this State,
said: "The State Medical Hoard Iiiih been fighting tho Osteopaths long enough.
There Is no doubt in my mind that Osteopathy will reach and cure runny
chronic troubles thnt medicine would have little or no effect on. This is testi
fied to by men and women in the highest' walks of life nnd from nil over
the Statu of Illinois." Dr. Ilerlit. r. Furman. Osteopathic Specialist In Chron
ic Diseases, 1530 N. Washington avenue, or 604 Linden street (Carter Building.)
The Largest and most
artistic line ever shown
in the city.
121 Washington Avenue.
Greater Tban the United Verde
Better loan lbs Greene Consolidated.
A Capitalization less In proportion to
values represented than that of any other
mining organization In North America.
A management at once far-seeing, ef
ficient and economical.
A namo that is honorably known wlioro
evcr the English languago Is spoken.
George A, Traad.vall Mining Co,
27 William St N. Y. Jerome, Ariz.
CAPITAL STOCK . .
Far Value of Shares.
Ten thousand shares of tho Treasury
stock aro offered at par, $10 a share As
soon as thesa aro sold tho prico will bo
It is tho last chanco to buy Gcorgo A.
Tread well Company's stock at par.
Mako checks payable to tho order of tho
company and send to 27 William Street,
MYRA B. MARTIN, Secretary.
Spencer Trask & Co.
27 & 29 Pine Street, New York
Members New York Stock Exchange,
'No 57 Hroadway, New York City,
MEMBERS Ni:V VOItK BTOCK EXCHANOB.
STOCKS.BONDS and INVESTMENTS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
morrow, 12,000',J left over. 4.000: lOalW,
higher; mixed nnd Imk'hrn:. J7.L'oa7.iW;
pood to choice heavy, $7.iitti",73; rough
heavy, S7.JOii7.40; Unlit. $7.10uT.lJi bulk of
suloa, 7.30.l7,W, Hliecp Receipts, C.000,
sheep, Htcudy; lambs, stcudy; good to
cholco wethers, Jluo; westorn sheep, ?'.'.M
u4.75; native lumbs clipped, $3aii.70; west
ern lambs, $5a5.75. .
East Liberty Live Stock.
East Liberty, June . Cattle-Steady:
prime, tti.70u7.13: eholee. J6.15uti.50; good. M
ali.30. Hogs Higher; prlmo heavies, 7.ii0
u7.70; medium, 17.40: heavy Yorkers. $7.S0a
7.33; light do., $7.'J3u7.50: pigs. $7.207.S0;
roughs, 3a7.10. Sheep Blow; best wetli
eras, 4.40.i4.GO; culls and common, S1.50n2;
choice lambs, JCati.iW; veal calves, ?7a7.W.
ft wSSfi. & "Svdr k
NEW YORK HOTELS.
1TH AV..UE rWEES 20T1I AND 30THSTS.
EUROPEAN PLAN. NEW. PI EPROOF
Convenient to Theatres and Shopping
Districts. Take 23rd st. cross town
cars an J transfer at 4 th ave. direct
Rooms with Hath faults with Hath
1.00 upward. ) 82. SO.
W. H. PARKE. Proprietor.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Ir tag Place,
American Tlan, $3.50 Per Day and Upward.
European. 1'lari) $1.00 Per Day and Upwards.
Special Bates to Families.
T. THOMPSON, Prop.
J. Fop Business Men
In the heart of. the wholesaU ji
4- district. J
j For Shoppers X
4. x minute?' walk to Wanamakera; 4.
. S minutes to Slegel Cooper's Bl .
T Btoro. Easy of access to the great
" Dry Goods Stores.
t Fnr Slerhtspfiis
- "- o
Or block from Bfwav fnm t.v.
Ins easy transportation to all
points of Interest. 4.
: HOTEL ALBERT t
Cor. 11th 6T. A UNIVEIIS1TT PI
Only one Block from Broadway.
Rooms, $1 Dp. pr?cEe?TRAcu.?oAnN.f.8 J
i PILSNER I
y. aCT 1 sTl
mar... vvti uiiuvisi ui
Old 'Phone, 333i.
New 'Phone, 2935,
. x "i . v
Lehigh Valley Ilailroad.
In Effect Juno 15, luoj.
Trains Leave Ucrautoii,
For Philadelphia and Nuw York vlu D,
& H. H. It., lit 7.41. through Parlor Cur
anil Duy Coach Cnrbondule to New York
und U.17 a. m with h. V. Couch Carbon
dale to Philadelphia, and 2.1S, 4.35 (Black
Diamond Express), und 11, 4!) p. m. Sun
days, D. & H. It, K 1.58, 9.17 p. m.
tor Whlto Haven, lliuleton and princi
pal points in tho coal regions, via 1). & H,
It. It.. 7.41. i.tS und 4.33 p. m. Km- Potts
villo, 7.41 a. in.
For Uothlehem, KaBton, Rending, Hnr
rlsburg nnd principal Intermediate: sta
tions, via D. & H, it, n 7.41. 0.47 11, m,;
LM8, 4.33 (Black Diamond Express), 11,4'J p,
m. Sundays, 13. & H. It. It., 9.33 a, in.;
1.5S. 9,17 11. in.
Kor Tiinkhaiinock, Towandu, Elmlrn,
Ithuca, Geneva und principal iutermediutu
stutloiiH via D., h. &. '. It. It., ti.33 a. m.
and 1.53 p. 111.
For Geneva, Rochester. Buffulo, Nlag
ura Falls, Chicago and ull points west via
D. &. II. It. H U'.03 p. in.: 3.2S (liluck
Diamond Express). 10.41. 11.19 p. in. Sun
days. D. & 11 II. R L',03, 9.17 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or I.chlgh
Vulley Purlor cars on all trains between
Wilkes-ilarro and New York. Philadel
phia, IlulTulo und Suspension Ilrldge.
ROM.1N II. Wll.UUR. Clen. Bupt., SO
Cortland street. Now York.
CHARLES 8. LEE, Goii. Pass. Agt.. W
Cortland street. New York.
A. W. NONEMACHKR, Dlv. Pass. Agt.,
South Bethlehem, Pu.
For ' tickets and Pullman reservations
apply to city ticket office, t!S Public
Bquure, Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
si each shirts
Many people are- not aware of
the fact that we carry an up-to-date
line of MEN'S FUR
NISHINGS. ALL KINDS 07
SHIRTS TODAY, with pleated
or stiff bosoms, made of ma
terials that will wear the en
tire summer; STYLISH, HIGH
CLASS VALUES; nothing bet
ter to be found.
Special values for Saturday
in this department, including
neckwear, underwear, etc.
Monday and Tuesday will be
devoted entirely to Ladies'
Muslin Underwear, Neckwear,
and Parasol selling. Look for
prices quoted on above days.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
In Effect May IS, 1902.
Stations in New York, foot Liberty '
street und South Ferry, N. R.
Trains leave Seranton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Boston, Bethlehem, Allen
town, Matich Chunk, AVhito Haven, Ash
ley, Wllkes-Barre and Pittston at 7.30 a.
m., 7 11. m. und 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scrunton
7.30 a. m., through solid vestibule train
with Pullman 'Buffet Purlor Car for Phil
adelphia with only 0110 chango of cars
for Baltimore and Washington. D. C, and
all principal points south nnd west.
For Avoca, Pittston anil Wllkes-Barre,
1 jl. m. und 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.,
7.30 and 1 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon nnd Ilnrrlsburg
via Allentown at 7.30 n. m., 1 p. m. and 4
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Tamaqua und Pottsville, 7.30 a. m.,
1 p. m. and 4 p. m. f ""
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. G. BESSLER. Gen. Manager.
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect Juno 1, 1902.
Trains icavo Seranton for Now York
At 1.50, 3.20, 0.05. 7.50 and 10.10 a. in.; 12.10,
3.40, 3.35 p. m. For Now York und Phila
delphia 7.50. 10.10 a. ni., and 12.10 and 3.33
p. m. For Gouldsboro At (i.10 p. m. For
Huffnlo 1.15. ti.22 and 9.00 a. m.: 1.55. H..71
111 I CO..
und 11.10 p. m. For Binghamton. Elmlrn
and way stutlons 10.23 a. ni.. 1.05 p. ni
For Oswego. Syracuse und Utlca 1.15 und
0.22 a. m.; 1.55 p. m. Oswego, Syracuse
und Utlca train at C.22 a. m. dally, oxcopt
Sunday. For Montrose 9.00 a, m.; 1.05
nnd H.50 p. m. Nicholson accommodation'
4.00 nnd 0.15 p. m.
Bloomsburg Division For Northumbcr- ,
land, at 6.35 and 10.10 a. ms; 1.55 and 6.J0 f
p. m. Fr Plymouth, at S.10 a. m.; 3.4J '
and 9.05 p. m.
Sunday Trains For Now "iork, 1.50, 3.20.
G.05. 10.10 a. m.: 3.10 and 3.35 p. ni. For
Buffalo 1.15 and 0.22 a. m.; 1.35, C.30 and
11.10 p. m. For Elnilra nnd way stations
10.25 a. m. For Binghamton and way sta
tions, 9.00 u. m. Bloomsburg Division
Leave Seranton, 10.10 a. in. and 0.10 p. m.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
In Effect .limo 10, 1902.
Trains for Carbondalo Icavo Seranton at
6.41, 7.30, S.3I!. 10.13 a. m.; 12.05. 1,12, 2.31. 3.50,
5.29. 0.25. R.2I. 9.15. 10.01 p. 111.; 12.18. 1.3S a.m.
For Honesdalo C.4I, 10.13 n. m.; 2.31 and
D.29 p. m.
For Wilkes-Bnrro 6.3S. 7.41. S.41. 9.47,
10.53 a. 111.: 12.03, 1.42, 2.1S, 3.2S, 4.33, 6.10,
7. IS. 10.41, 11.49 p. m.
For L. V. R. R. Points 7.11, 9,47 a. m.;
ft ,L . ,r f.rwl 11 Atl .. ...
.(0, 1.U.1 ill,,. 4. . ....
For Pennsylvania R. R. Points 6.38,
9.17 u. in.; 1.42, 3.28 nnd 4.35 p. m.
For Albany nnd ull points north 7.30 a.
m. and 3.D0 p. m.
For Carbondale S.30, 11.33 a. m.; 2.11,
3.W, 5.52 and 11.17 p. m.
For Wllkes-Barre-9.3S a. m.;' 12.03, 1.5S,
3.2S, fi.32 nnd ,9.17 p. ni.
For Albany and points north 3.5G p. m.
For Honesdale 8.30 n. in.; 11.33 und 3.53 ..
W. L. PRYOR, D. P. A., Scrnnton, Pa.
Pennsylvania Bailroad. i
Schedule In Effect Juno 10, 1902. I
Trains lcavo Scrunton: 0.38 a. m weok
days, through vestibule train trom
Wllkes-Barre. Pullman buffet purlor car I
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
ville: stops ut principal intermediate sta
tions. Also connects, for Sunbury, Hur
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
iiigton and for Pittsburg and tho West,
9.47 ii, ni.. weok days, for Sunbury. Ilnr
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and Pittsburg and the West.
1 42 p. m.. week ilavs, (Sundays, 1.58 p,
ni.), for Sunbury. Hurrlsburg, Phlladql
plila, Baltimore, Washington nnd Pitts
burg and tho West.
3 "S p. m., week days, thrniign vestibule
trniu from Wilkes. Burro Pullman buffet
parlor car nnd miotics to Philadelphia via
Pottsville. Slops at principal Intermediate
B 4 33p!"m,, week days, for Hazleton, Sun
bury. Ilnrrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pitts-
hWB' J.'R. ni'TCIIINSON. Gen. Mgr.
J, B. WOOD. Oen. Pass. Agt.
New York, Ontario nnd Western.
Time Table in Effect Sunday, Juno 15, 1902.
1 NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
Leave Leave Arrive
Trains. Seranton. Carbondale. Cudosla,
No.l 10.30a.m. U.lOn. m. 1.00p.m.
No.il 1.01 p. ni. 1.41 p. m. iJ.00 p.m.
No. 7 0.10 p. m.Ar.Carbondalo 0.48 p.in
P.O. I ...... SQiml uoUND.
Leave Leave Arrlvo
Trains, Cudosla. Carbondale. Scrnnton,
No 4 ...... 8.10a. m 10.01 u. m. 10.40a. m
No 2 ... 2.15 pm. 4.00 p.m. 4.43 p.m.
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND.
NO, U ,." .. , '" i'T'1 "in.
.i-ii vu ,'"';. arrive
No! 5 .J.... 0y -Carl.ondu.0 7,43 p,
l',caV , iI,C!!v? Arrlvo
Trains, Cadoslu. Carboiidale, Seranton,
No. o.uOn. m. 7.S5a,m,
No. 10 4.30p.m. O.Oup. in. 0.43 p.m.
Trains Nos. 1 on week .lays, and 9 on
Sundays connect for New Wis city, Mid
dlotowu, Walton. Norwich. Oneida. Os
trn mul nil points west.
Train 3 for Poyntclle. Walton, Delhi. I
Sidney, Norwich and all New Berlin I
liiiuicH points. . . . I
Truln Ni. (J. with "Quaker City Ex
press" nV Scrnnton, via C. R. R. of N. j.,
for Philadelphia. Atlantic City. Baltimore
Washington and PennsylvhiU stata
See tlmc-tablo nnd consult tlckot agents
for connections with other lines.
J. C. ANDERSON. G. P. A., New Tork.
J. E. WELSH, T. V. A Seranton, Pa.