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n THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, JUNK 14, 1001'. ft NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA HALF A CENTURY WEDDED. Tho 50th Marriago Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Angus Smith Celebrated at Btarrucca. Special to tho Scranton Tribune. Slni'iiiec'i, .1 1 1 1 1 o 1'.'. Ono-Imlf n. century uro, In Die beautiful and most picturesque par-t'of tho "ItlKhbuuls of Kontlrtnil," wbero tlio "bonny hrntlicr" blooms, a hiipy couple embarked on the vnyngR of matrimonial lite. This couple Wart Mr. and Mrs. Anisua Smith. On the 2!U)i of May, 1001, they celebrated their fUtlcth anniversary at Starruccit, Vn. A rhatiKc In tho programme was necessary on account "f tho heavy inllliiB rain, which continued through out the entire day. The tent upon tho lawn, which had been elected for the serving of refreshments, had to h abandoned, but nevertheless the happy couple, surrounded by family and friends, caused sunshine to well tip within, which defied tho storm without. AlthoiiRh tho Invitations stated expressly "No presents," this rule was Ignored by many, and the p Ms from Mr. Smith's former partners In the acid business, and others, were numerous and beautiful, 'The decora t Ions also were profuse mitl pleasing. Within the folding doors i-eparatliig the dining room and parlor were the dates In gold IS.'il-IJifll, amid graceful folds of yellow and white drapery, surrounded by polteil ferns and bouquets of Marc-ihal Nlel roses. The tables were decorated with smlla.v. carnations and yellow roses. About ii p. in. these tables, which were both pleasing to the eye and palate, laden with tho rich bounties supplied by a kind Providence, were gracefully presided over by the several daughters of the happy bride and groom, each of them duessed In white and wearing a dainty spray of lilies of the valley in her hair, and wearing her blandest and sweetest Pintle. Nine grandchildren were present, who added to the joy and festivity of the occasion. Among the many pleasing features of Hie event, one thing in particular was noticeable, a cablegram from Scotland, extending congratulations from friends. Mow the memories ot tile happy bridal couple must, hav-rt tinned to the days of ".vuld l.ang Syne," which Is prettily described in a short poem, which was expressly written for them: "dust .1 'wee bit' spiny of heather Uioni Hip downs across t Iio sea, Hill 'twa dearer than Hip frrshest, I .most flowers tli.it bloom to tne -Kit lis dried ami ilosc pressed branches nl il.s faded purple hue Takes me biek to scenes of cirlboocl, I'.ir lip, nml the tea's deep blue. .lut a line inodesl coltnc;o, l.ranl by .1 sweol lose xioe H11I 'twas df.irrr lli.in :i castle, 1'or 'twas Aiihim' home and mine. 'J'lirrp our first-born lame to cheer 11 And pur lioiiio wild childish clcc. Iim a 'vpp bit' pray of heather lliines ihe ficucs all back to hip. riion wo p.ntpil with home nest, l.cfc. our dear our- vpry one Wile lied llip Imiips of Bonny Scotland r.irling with Hip scttincr sun. Il.lcs of 'Auld lamer s.wie,' T bice Hipp, More Hun ever, since to tup (.imp lln 'wo bit" spray of heather Prciii Hie downs across the sea." A. B. S. NICHOLSON. Spruil In Hip hir.ititon TribiniP. Nichols, in, June 13. Miss Mary Ward, of Washington, N, .1., is the guesL of her friend .Miss l-llilo I'ratti of State sired. Miss Nellie .Mack is visiting friends at .Middlelown. N. Y. Miss ltuth .rohnson entertained at her hniiie on Slate street last evening. Music was the feature of the evening. I'ards and games were alo Indulged in and al an early hour re-Iresliiiuiits weie served, TIidso present wimp. Dr. and Mr. K. 11. Webb, Iir and .Mi. H. If. Wilklns, Mrs. "'. II. Mcfniiiiell, .Ali.-is-cs Vera Taylor, Klorencc Wilklns, Ktbel Stark, Virgil Taylor, .Messrs. Maurice IllnUley, William frock, tiny Rout", Frcel, Crock Winfiekl Hlnkley. Mho Nellie Kuril, of Laceyvllle. who has been .spending some time with her friend. Miss Kthel Stark, of Stale t.treei, returned to her home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Johnson. Pr. ami Mrs. I-:. II. Webb ami llillb .Inbu-Kn spent Tuesday at hake Nicholson, WELSH HILL. ir al tn IliP hiT-intnii Tribune. Welsh Hill, June l::. Children's day vns obsepvorl in tho Congregational church of this place on Sunday even-ir.s lri-1. and the parts were well roii-fhred under tin direction of J. W. Din-low. Miss Menial I'.vans, of olypliant, Is isltliig her gr.nidinolher at this place. Mr Harris, the father of How It. M Harris, is very sick with blood poisoning. Mrs, Thomas Pavies Is very sick. The parsonage is receiving a coat of paint, P. Shlber Is doing tho work, John Watklns Is building a foundation to erect a ne'w barn. Tho farmers are busy planting their crops, since it has stopped raining. SUSQUEHANNA. FpecUl tn the Scranton Trlbunt. Susquehanna, Juno lu. The Krlo Is Improving Its tracks at Unloudale, with gravel brought from Barton, N, Y,, near Owego. The Susquehanna hand will furnish music for the Fourth of July celebration at Walton, X. V. Mr. and Mrs. W, O, Graham, of Lake Charles, l,a are visiting their parents la this place. Tho bluestone business on tho Krie is not brisk. Miss Julia Buckley, of Hluglmmtnn, s the guest of Susquehanna relatives, Mrs. Dr. Samuel nirdsall ami son. IMward, who uro visiting relatives at Itego, X, Y., will arrive homo on I-'ri-ay. Krapk Palmer has taken a position as Pullman palace car conductor. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Hurt, of "ornlng, X. Y rue visiting Oakland tide relatives. The body of little Willie Kimloy, who v-.js drowned in the river, on tho Oak-lend side, 011 Tuesday owning, was this morning ecoervd, by stretching ft rope, to which was detached largo hooks, luruMi the stream and towing it .i .uid down. The body was recovered ibout un eighth uf a mile below tho scene of the accident. The arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made. Riverside park, at I.nnesboro, will this season be closed to the public. "FIiir day" will probably he obsei'vefl on Friday In Susquehanna. The supply of flags Is abundant. Charles F. Curtis and family, ot Jackson street, today arrived home from the Pan-Ameiican exposition. Vicinity farmers complain of tho depredations of petty thieves. TUNKHANNOCK. Special to the Scranton Tribune. .Tunkhannock, June 1. A new roof and other Improvements Is being put on the Warren street hotel by Martin Clifford, the lessor. A little child of Mrs. C. P. Terry Is very III with membraneous croup, and little hopes are given for Its recovery. Pr. J. P. Coult and C. JJ. Crawford, of Factoryvlllc, wore curlers In town on Thursday. Mrs. JamcM Peubler and little daughter, or Spiiiiffvllle, spent Wednesday with friends at this place. Oscar F. Carpenter, of Harrison street, has suffered a shock of paralysis. Walter Hardwell, who Is studying medicine at the University of Missouri, has returned homo for the summer vacation. Miss l-.ly.zlc Klttredge, who has been engaged in teaching In Northeastern New York, has returned home for tho summer vacation. Porter Iuckonblll, who has been employed for a long time on the Montrose railroad, had the misfortune to lose a thumb, while engaged In coupling cars on Wednesday evening. Mrs. George M. Khmer, of Melioop-any, was calling on friends here on Thursday. Pr. Klaer, a homeopathic physician, hailing from Clyde, X. Y., has located here for the practice of medicine. He has rented the ofllec in the Piatt block, 011 Rridge street, formerly occupied by Pr. U. K. Blddleman. Peputy Postmaster Judson lianna-tyno Is entertaining his wife's parents, -Mr.. and Mrs. l.abach, of Allcntown. James T.ester, a former resident of this place, now living In Seneca county, X. Y., was calling on friend3 here on Thursday. Andrew P. Hcdford, of Scranton, was a guest at Hotel Graham on Thursday. Colonel Kugenr S. Handiick is visiting Ills brother P.. T. Handiick, at AVilkes-Marrc. The ladies of the llebekah lodge held a banquet at their hall on Tuesday evening, and a very enjoyable time wa had. NEW MILFORD. Sprci.il to thp Scranton Tiilmnr. Xew Milford, June 13. A lawn social will bo conducted by the ladies of St. .Mark's church on Tuesday evening, Juno IS, at the residence of Mrs. C. P. Blanding. Mrs. John llayden, of Hlngliamton, Is visiting relatives here. Miss Katherino Shields Is entertaining her friend, .Miss Bessie Taylor, of Xlcholson. Mrs. I,. AV. Moore lias returned from I.elJaysville, where she has been visiting her dai hter, Mrs. George Leonard. .n Ice eroam social will be conducted at the home .of Prof. K. A. Benson on Friday evening, June It, by the young people of the Baptist church. George Pratt and wife visited relatives in Nicholson this week. Odd Fellows' memorial services will be held in the Presbyterian church on Sunday morning. June Ifi. The services will be conducted by Hev. It. N. Ives, Hev. I. P. Mallery and Hev. Charles Smith. Pr. and airs. p. ji. Snyder, of Scranton, were guests of relatives in this place the forepart of the week. A game of base ball will bo played on the home grounds Saturday afternoon between the local club and the Montrose club. Mr. and Mrs. Klmor Tiel, of Kirk-wood, were guests of .Air. and Mrs. William Van Colt one day this week. Miss Lillian Tltsmlth, Miss Grace Titnian and Herbert Brewster, of Montrose, called on friends hero Wednesday evening. HONESDALE. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Honesdale, June 12. Children's Pay exercises of the Methodist Sunday school will take place In the church next Sunday evening. Pr. Kdwln Burns has returned from a two weeks' absence spent in Philadelphia and Washington. Tho Delaware and Hudson paymaster will pay tho employes on tho Honesdale branch Thursday. Tho long and shrill steam whistle at an unseasonable hour in tho morning Is not a. pleasant sound to the sleeper. Why must all of Hoiiesdalo be aroused from theln slumbers In the early morning hoursq, that half dozen workmen may be called to duty? It Is a nuisance. On Saturday the first game of baso ball hi Hoiiesdalo this season w bo pluyed, on Athletic park, between the Olypliant and Honesdale teams. if well patronized, more games may he expected. BORN SLAVE, HE fJAINED FAME Death of William Willyms, Well-Known Negro Churchman. William A. Willyms, the Sacristan of the Homitn Cathollo church of St, Benedict the Moor, died lately In New York, The sacristan was known throughout tho United States for his learning and literary attainments. It was tho great object of fW life to become a priest, His father was a slave and lived on a plantation at Mount Vernon, adjoining tho home of General Washington. Voiing Willyms was in Washington lor a few years, and then, through the Influences of friends who were impressed by tho aptitude which he showed in study, was bent to Home, lie was about 20 years old, In IS.'G. when he arrived at Homo. He studied in tho propaganda for several years. Mr. Willyms was In tho same class with Archbishop Corrlgan. When the latter visited the church of St. Bene-diet the Moor, ho always met the sacristan and talked to him In Italian of the days in Home. Mr. Willyms was in Homo In tho days of Pope Plus IX. Ho was known as "The Pope's Ulttle Black." The outbreak of tho civil war made It Impossible for him to return to this country as a priest, llu was never ordained. He saw that It wotihf he a mistake for him to attempt lo take orders. He decided to devote his llfo to teaching ami to literary pursuits. Ho spoke, Lathi, Italian and French Willi llticney, Several yearn were spent by him as assistant librarian of tho Pratt library In Baltimore. Ho was afterwaid sacristan and assistant librarian In the Itoman Cathollo university In Washington. His services ns sacristan at tho church of St. Benedict tho Moor extchded over eight yeurs. Mr. Wllyms was regarded by persons ot his own race as an oracle. Ho know all about tho old families of tho South and their history. It Is thought that among his papers will be found many documents that will prove ot literary and historic value. Ho was; a frequent contributor lo magazines and church publications. The Journals devoted to tho Interests of the negro race In this country contained many contributions from his pen. THE YOUNGER BROTHERS' RAIDS Crimes of the Outlaws Whom Minnesota la About to Set Free The Ground on Which Petitions for Clemency, to These Notorious Criminals Have Been Made and Listened to. St. Paul dispatch of recent ilato says: Tho exploits of the Younger brothers and Frank and Jessie James and their dating raids upon towns and railroad trains which extended over a period of twenty years, art recalled because the legislature of Minnesota has decided to give Bob and Colo Younger their fivodoni. It Is nearly twenty-six years since that memorable raid upon the Bank of Xorthtleldrf Minn., when tho united forces of the James ami Younger gangs were engaged in battle for six days anil the outlays were almost wiped out. There were six Younger brothers, one of whom died In boyhood. They were tho son.') of Col. Henry AV. Younger, a Southern man who moved to Cass county, Mo., in 1S:!0. The live boys who lived to attain their majority were Hlcbard, Thomas, Coleman, Hob-ert, Kwlntf and John Younger. During tlio war they, like the two .Tamos brothers, were irregular, or guerilla troops, who stole as often from one side as the othe. After the war they became bandits. The first robbery of the kind with which the Youngers were later idon-tiilqd was that of the Continental) Hank of IJborty, Mo., on Feb. 14, 1S6G. when $70,000 was secured. The Youngers took 1:0 part In this exploit. The robbers followed the same tactics which were employed af terward tinio and again and which. always succeeded until the North-Held robbery. The party, well mounted and heavily armed, rode into town, liring and yelling In the streols and terrorized the ! citizens, while two of the gang dis mounted and with cocked revolvers forced the cashier to hand over the bank's funds. Tho Younger boys were first known to be with tho James brothers in the bank robbery at Columbia, Ky. The cashier, refusing to give up the money, was killed. The scene of tlio next raid was in Iowa. At Corydon, la., they succeeded in robing a. bank of $10,000. On May 27. 1S7."!, the St. Gen-ovivo Bank was robbed of $;if!,000. Tn 1S70 they began to rob railway trains. The Chicago, Hoelc Tsland and Pacillc .suffered llrst east of Council Bluffs. Xext the cash box of the Kansas City Fair Association was robbed of Its day's receipts. This was followed by tho holding up of tho Malvern and Hot .Springs stages in January, 1871. Then tlio band attempted another train robbery at Gad's Hill, on the Iron Mountain Hallway. The Youngers and the Jameses then scperated for a while, as heavy re-wards wore offered for their arrest. Many attempts were made to capture them. Tn one of them John Younger was killed. At times tho detectives were hunters, and then again they would bo hunted. In December, 1$i", two parties were organized for robbery. One, consisting of Jessie James, Bob Younger and James Younger, stopped a train at Muncie, Mo., and robbed tlio express safe of $5r,0iia. Another party, consisting of Cole Younger, Frank James and tho Millers, robbed a bank at Corinth, Miss. Later, tho James brothers, the three Youngers, Charles Pitts and Clell Miller robbed a Missouri Pacific train at otkrvllle, 'Mo., seeming $17,-fiCii. In lfc7 they decided to rob the bank at Northlleld, Minn., on Sept. 7. The band consisted of Bob, Cole and James Younger, Bill Caldwell, Clem Miller, Frank and Jessie James and Charley Pitts. They rode directly to tho bank, where Frank and Jessie James tnd Colo Younger dismounted and entered. Once inside they ordered J. P. Haywood, the cashier, to open the safe or die. He refused and was shot. AVIille this was going on there was n wild sceno In front of tho bank. A. W. Wheeler, who occupied a second-story room opposite, got a rlllo and shot Charles Pitts and Hill Chadwell. Then other citizens began llrhig. Tho robbers lied and woro pursued for six days by hundreds of men. Finally, tho bandits scperated. Cole, Hob and Jim Younger and Clell Miller kupt to. gelher. The James boys escaped after being repeatedly wounded and suffering untold hadships. On Sep. 2t tho four others were surrounded In tho swamps of tho AVoton-wan Hirer nearly famished nud exhausted, Miller was killed and tho three Ynungors were all wounded he-foro they surrendered. The Youngers were arraigned In court early in October at Falrhault, where being advised that they could not be sentenced to death If they pleaded guilty they did so. and woro sentenced to penal servitude at Stillwater for their natural lives, Jim Younger died in confinement. For a number of year past the friends of the Imprisoned men have Fought their pardon. Petitions signed by every member at tho legislature of Missouri and by men of jut tonal reputation liavd been presorted 1 1 tho Governor and Stale Legislature. Two years ago th? State Senate passed a bill granting, them a parole, and it would have passed in tlio House had not the friends of the dead cashier r.totosted against tlio clemency. There appears to be a sentiment In Minnesota favoring tho pardon of tho men. It -was never established that any of tho Younger brothers was responsl-ble for the death of any of the victims ot thn Northlleld raid. They are old men now and over since their Incarceration they have been model prisoner?, , THE MARKETS. Wall 8trt RstIbw. New Yolk, .lime J:i.- -Tlicie mi n nobililc ! tlpasu In the ;.rr iil.il Inn in Minki tmUy, tlio liny' IhuIiicm tuiinlinc up 1" nearly a million uliaicji. Speculative Intrrct Win still ilcclilcilly spotty, lint tlio elreimth M tlio ulnilial nethe MocU vtflj to ilrrldpil ai lo alTrit tliu whole lUt by jini.itliy, with 4 few unimportant exception. TIicip weie point In the llt, iieriihcp, which weie liclil tiAok by lulpuhle rp.illzlnjr, The leal-Iflni? win well laliPti nti'l liiflktcil no lowe n the iiHiK. I'ciinliinl.i w.1.1 .1 tml.ililp example in I'll i.itcuory mid the nutlinrtirti 1II1I not li ire tn tin1 lull In the buoyancy of other wet. em ulliojils. Vciy Ijri;'! Vinioiinti ot l'eiiiivl viinla flock h.tr lire 1 ni.ukrti'il till week nml In the loan rionil the tocK ruiiim.tiut .1 pi"' inliini. The fellliij? Is lo 11 l.irse extent iiK.ilnt the linylng ot rlnhl to hhIkiiIIip to the new Muck f-.iip. Notwltlit!inilln? the official ill" cLilnim ot the, lepoiticl putdiap ot the Peine I villi l,i Steel riimp.iny hy the rallio.ul rum. p.in.i, Wnll tipct opinion rcamiU that n in iiicoiiiplldhc'il (ail. The rcmtlmiprf Khrnulli loilay ot t'ulor.iilo fuel ami the huvinr? n( that Mock by loino luokPM iiMially etnplo.pcl In the (ioulil Inleirsla .iiouecl conjecttup that the rontrol ot (lip Colorado coinp.my wa IipIiii? nought by 1 lie Ooulililairlmaii hitpipl ltli the nine pin-pop in rvt as that j'cilbeil lo tlip I'rtinvl. vanlu, inanely lo Iiimiip the cheap production "f ll leel rail supply. 'I he advance in Colorado fuel 1 rallied Ma. i.iirylnj; It above jesterdaj'a hlsh pi Ice. Other Independent nleel companies weie Mioni?, nolalily Tennesp Out, which roe :r on the acipiI-Hloii ot tho Alabama. Mlccl and WI10 conipauj. 'J'lie lulled States Steel btucU wpIip lieay. Hip selling belnc atlilluitrd to im-palned over tho clccloiimcnt ol opposition win. r.inlrt. 'Hip (lould.ll.irrlm.in brokers weie active in .iriniM oike, tntuhltln t'nlon 1'aclflc. The liu.vim? In I hi Mock w.13 on an mormon scale and wax closely fallowed by St. Paul throughout all its Ihielu.itinii". The strret was III the dark ai tn Hip I'.ui"!' f the movement nnd nttilluiteil It viiKPiily to further workitur out of the Northwestern railrp.nl iclatloni and lo favoiahlc crop Hewn. Union P.itlrlo rose an cxtipine il'.i and M. Paul, Pi. Missouri Pacific and tome of lis affiliated Mocks, notably Denver and llin (iiamle, continued lo liov the influence of expected action oil consolidation. 'I he lisc hi 'll.lltinioip and Ohio was .'Hi wns mi the judicial dci'Nion In favor of the lights of the ponunou Mockholdcra lo all profits altpr the prpferred dividend. Tlio prefeircd Mock broke 'J point from the Fame cause. tipveland. Cincinnati, Chicago and St. I.culs ndv.mced "-h on the reported acquisition of the Cincinnati Northern. .Minneapolis and St. 1-cuis, after a further decline of one point, ow-Ini? to disappointment ovor veMeiday's unchanged dividend, rallied Miongly lite points. The li.-c of ctfi in North American was. accompanied by rumors of additional cnl ci prip.s by the company. Western I'tiiou gained 'J'i on the strength of Us largo dividend icturn. (Juitp a long? lit of rail-load nud iudii.tti.il stocks advanced fiom 1 to '2 points. The Imnjnnl onlbm.-t in I'nion Pacific nude Ihc closing linn, although there had been lonstant rc.icllon on piolit taking. Tola! (.alu today, tsiy.scxi sh.ues. Several convertible bnnd.s weie strong and ac live in response to Ilia movement uf their Mocks. 'Ihe market generally was moderately aitive and ciuitp firm. T01 at s.iIps par valup, !",7IO,ono. t'nitpil States bonds wpip all unchanged on the last call. Scranton Board of Trade Exchanga Quotations All Quotations Based on Par of 100. STOCKS. First National Bank Scranton Savings Hank Third National Hank Pimc I)cpo-it and Pi-count Hank.. Economy Light, II. & '..c- Lacka. Trust Safe Deposit Co Clark & Snover Co., Pr. Scranton Iron Fence k Mfg. Co. ... Scranton Axle Works Lackawanna Daiiy Co., I'r County Savings Hank k Trust Co.. Plrst National Hank (Carhondale).. Standard Brill Inc Co Traders National Pink Scranton Holt and Nut Co 1'ioplo's Hank New Mexko Uy. & C. Ci BONUS. Scranton Passingcr Railway, drat Mortgage, due 1920 Teople'a Street Railway, first mortgage, due 1013 People's Street Hallway, General mortgage, due 1021 Dickson Manufacturing Co Lacka. Township School 6 per cent. City ol Scranton St. Imp. 0 per cent Scranton Traction 0 per cent Bid. Askec 1200 350 4SII 275 ia 150 123 100 05 I'l 300 32.1 40 17.1 100 10 73 113 ... 113 115 100 102 102 115 Scranton Wholesale Market. (Coreictcd by II. O. Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.) Hiltlei I'rcsb, SOaiO'jc. ; dairy, fieli, l!K'a-;0o. Cheese Full cream, new, ItHSnllc, i:ggs WVatein ficsh, lR&illc.; neaiby Blate, lHialJc. , , . Heans 'er lm-dicl, choice marrow, ip.'.fiOa-J.il.". pea B. ins Per bushel, ihoicc mariow, .J.uja ;.". Medium Beam Per bushels. M.I0j?.S. (irocn 1'e.i.s Per busheles, i?l.l0.i..,"i, l'loiir Best patent, tier bairrl, $1.15. Rid Kidney Beam Per bushel, tyMSjf&GO, Potatoes Per bushel, fs'uOuV, Bermuda Onions Per bushel, $1.30a?L60. Philadelphia, Grain and Produca. Philadelphia, June 13. Wheat Firm, good demand, contract grade June, TStsaTiie, Coin Hie. lovvrri No. 2 mixed June, llV-jall'V. Oats Dull and lower; No. 2 white clipped, lilc. Flour Dull mid weak; winter Mipcnor, ij'.MO.i2.2."i; do. c-ti.i, i?2.40.i2.(; I'cniis.vlvanla roller clear, SiaS.2j; do. do. Mraight, sS,2.1a:i.l0; western winter clear, S-.i. I.i;l.;!j; do. do sluight, i.Uuti.CO; do. do. patent, ffil.Odjn.SS; Kansas .straight in aiks, Sf.t..'S0 a::..'i0; do. patent in sacks, fs.'.j.1a:l.05; tairliiir. dear, S.'la.'l.:i.i; do. straight, $.1.u."n:i,Kl; do. patrol, S.I.HUI; do. favorite bunds, !I.IO.il.2.'; city mills extra, !2. lOa-Mio; do, clear, ij:i.l."u.'i.:;3; ito, Miaight, tjt.:i.-.i:i.W); do. patent, f.l.T.ul.25. Butter Firm, good lii'iiuinli iancy western creamery, I'l'ic, ; do. do. pi lots, Ifc ; do, neaiby do., 20c. Lggh hlcady; flesh neaiby, lie; do. weMein, lie; do. sciuthwcsti'iu, ll.'c; do, Foiithpiu, 12c, Cheese (Jui-t; N. V. full cleans fancy small, PViafHsc. ; do. do. do. fair 10 choice, SVSa'JV. Itetlncd Sugars Unc hanged, t'otton Fiirn. Tallow-Dull; illy piiuic in Illicit, tfiiilTii'.; country do. do. in bancU, tlialTsi'. ; cakes, fti.it&c. Live Poultry Finn. Fowls, higher; fowks, lli-.a P.V.J old loostcrs, "e.; spiing chickens, 15a2'c. Duwed Poultry Sleady; fowls ihoke, 10c.; do, fair te good, Od'.P.SjC. ; old roosters, ii'.b' ; broil-ers, nearby, llvci'ic. ; exceptional lots Jersey ktoib, 2S.i30i'. ; fteMein do,, Ia22c. llcccipts-liour, il.OOci barrels and 2,0!7,O0O pounds in sacks; wheat, 1!),U00 bushels; corn, 151,001 bu-hels; oats, S.000 bushels. Shipments Wheat, .'13,000 bushels; coin, 30.1,000 biirhcls; oats, 11,000, New York Grain nnd Froduca. Xew Yoik, Juno 13. Floui Quiet and barely steady. Wheat -pot film; No. 2 icd, Wc, t, . b. afloat ; No. 2 red, 77tc. elevator; No. 1 North-11 11 Dulutli, Sl:!c, f. 0, b. afloat; options had a cleady opening, but immediately declined under iciiewed pressure on July, In the afternoon the 111.11 k t-1 i.illied on export demand; ilosed firm at Jia'ic, net advance, July rlosed "('."iu, J Sept,, 7lTc i Oct, 7j?c 5 Dec. 7U'ii'. Com Steady. Options iIumhI very weak tally, but finally iiillled a llttlo and ilosed about Meady at '.ic. net decline. July dosed lii'c; Sept,, ?Lk. Oats Spot weaker; No. 2, H2c ; No. 3, 3l',ji.j Xo. 3 while, U25ic.'.', Xo. ;i wlilte, fUe.j tiail; mixed wcstiiu, Sl'iao.'ic. ; pack while, IfJiliiV. ; options weak and lower on nop news and with coin. IluUer-Meady; iieauiery, t.'i'.ialOVsc ; factoiy, liallljc; imitation crijnieiy, UjITc. ; statu daily, lH-i-ulS'-ic, Cheese Steady; fancy larye eolorod, S?ie,; do. do. white, Sie.j fancy mull colored, He.; do. do. white, Be. Fggs Steady; itate and Pcnnjhania, Pie.; western lenl.ir packed, Ual'.V. ; western candled and se-lected, 2ul3o. Chicago Drain ami Froduca, Chicago, June 13. Wheat was checked In its donuvwnl cuurtc today by leports o( nop dam-ago by 11.18 In UHntls and Kansas and by largo sales for export. July ilo.-.cd Meady ami '.jc, up, July voin dosed 'jalie. lowei; July oats, He donn, and piovislous fiom inn lunged to 10c lower. Cj.h quotations weie as follows: licui Fa.y; No. 2piln wheat. 7U72e.; .o. e.1a70c. ; Xo. 2 red, JSe.j Xo. 2 10111, HUc; No. 2 vcllow, 41i,ia',ie.; No. 2 oalj, S7H2$f.; No. 2 white, 20?ic; No. U while, 27a28!iC.; Na 2 lye, 45c; gooel feeding bailey, 4&ij2c; fair t choice malting, 5rto, ; No, 1 flax erd, $1,70; No. I Northwestern, $1,71; piimc timothy nerd, f.ki SM); mess pork, 17,73a.$0; lard, HIJ'.jJ.M; thort ribs tides, T.Wji.lJ; dry tailed lioulJcu, THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT" 4 Lines 10 Cents More Than Pour Linen, 3 Cents for tlach Hxtra Line. For Bent. For Rento About 1200 feet of floor space on 4H1 lloor of the Tribune building, suitable for light maufneturing. Including heat, light and power. Enquire at office of THK TMBUNli. KOIl ItKNT-d room house, furnished, with tw'o sleeping looms rrceneds or might board wild patties, If ugiieable, AddrefS 211 Connell building. FOB ilKN'T Choieo of (wo looms, private family, gentleman only. 024 Washington avenue. FLAT FOrt HUNT with all modem Improvement. Apply at .lid Linden street. FOIl lti:ST In n.ilton, cottage of nine room', furnished or unfurnished, for the season or longer; five minutes to station! good location; cottage nearly new nnd .ill In good shape. Apply to (J. W. Carllon, Itolton, Pa. l'Ort DENT-fl-room house, corner Wayne avenue and Putnam street; but and cold water, none but small family need apply. l"a! ".'ync avenue. P2D nrtKK.V Tit lint: S'rni'.irr, ten rooms, modern Improvements; steam heat furnished; dcslr-desirable. For Sale. VSl'.VVW FOR SAI.C Onc-thiid value, l.nge store building in Avoca, hilly equipped lor general store put poses or can be used for factory, .bo two cleliveiy wagons in good condition; two three-barrel oil tanks and pumps; two show cases; one cheese safe; one large plalfcim scales; one safe, lliooks it Dab. Impilie South Hide Store Co., Mlnook.i, Pa, OTiaT'.ii'.; hoit clear sides, $S.2."i.iS,37'-; whiskey, l.27. Chicago live Stock Market. Chicago, June 1.'!. Cattle Hcccipts, y,.',0il, In. eluding dOO Texaus; cliuice sleer.s about steady; otheis weak; timllar conditions for buklicii,' stock and Texan., lop sale, $(!.2.1; gooel to prime tteei.s, sjTi. I5.HI.2.1; poor to medium, $I.IOj.".40; stoikers and fecdem, ihoicc, steady; others slow; $.1.11.85; cuws, if2,7llaj; heifers'. $2.75a,"i.l0; can-neis, S2a2.lij; bulls, Mow, 1.2.80; calves, 2jc. to 4flc. higher, $I.WIa(i.2.'i. Texas, feel steets sales up tn sJt.SM; iJl.ll.'m.'i.W); Texa.s bulls, if2.7.1a;i.7u. Hogs Heieipl.s today, 2,00ll; tomoirow, 23,000; estinialeel left over, S.fmO. Opened weak, closed steady; top, $0.20; mixed and butchers, SsiS3a 11.13; good to choice heavy, !j3.!3a().20; light, !S.8.Yiti:07!: bulk of sales, fJlali.lO. Sheep Ite-ceipts, 10,1100; flieep and lambs, steady; s-pring lambs, up o Is3.70; good to choice wethers, .'!. S3a 1. 10; fair to choice mixed, lf.t.Whi:.!'3; western shee, ..:.S3at.l0: yearlings, $1.10.1.30; native lambs, $4a5; western lambs', 'jUAiS. East Liberty Cattle. Kasl Liberty, June l!i. Cattle Steady; extra, $3.P0ati; pi line, 13.70ii"i.S0; good, if3.IO.i3.iiU. llug.i Higher; piime assorted mediums, $11.20.10.25; heavy hogs, $U15a0.22!; bet yoikei.s, $i1.2H.i Ii22'.;; light do., $c1.15all.23; couunon to fair jotk-em, $U.10a(.15; pigs, as to quality, $C..10.iG.13; skiw, $4..ri0at..'ij; roughs, $la3.(i0. Sheep Slow, best wether.s, $:i.70a:!.S5; culls and common, $1.50 a2.50; choice yearlings, $l.(.0al.75; common to gooel, $.!al.50; veal calves, $0.Hi.25. New York Live Stock. New York, June 13. UoeTcs Xo sales. Calves No trade of any importance; prices lower. Prime xeals, $5.23; biittennilks, nominal; sheep, slow; yeailings, steady; lambs, film. Sheep, $.'.5i) aJ.Wl; extra, $4.25; yearlings, $l.;i7',ial.75; lambs, sti.;i7',i::cO.S5. Hogs Market strong; westein hos, $II.:I5. Nominal quotations for state hogs, $0. I0.i 5.53afl,50. Buffalo Live Stock. K.ist lluflalo, June 1.1. Receipts Cattle, 5! cai.s; sheep and Iambs, 11 cars; hogs, S rais. Shipments Cattle, 50 cais; sheep and lambs, II cars; hogs, y cai-s. Cattle Unchanged; calves choice to extra, $3a5.C5. Lambs Choice to extra, $5.15.10; sheep elioim to extra, $4al.23. Hogs Heavy, $a.'J.7Vsa.XD; pigs, $0.20ar..2j. Oil Karket. Oil City, June 1.1, Credit balances, 105; certificates, no bid. Shipments, 1.14.5S9; average, 95,-ftllo; runs, E2,P.!6; average, 78,870. BASE BALL. American League. At llostnn I!. II. K. Dctiolt 102 00052 1-11 111 1 llcistnn I I) 01- I 0 1 (10 0 Ill U Batteries Miller and Sluw; Lewis and Schreck-ougo.t. t'mpirc ilanasau. At Philadelphia '" II. II. 13. .Milwaukee 0 II II 0 0 0 II 0 0- (( 2 2 Philadelphia 1 0 a 0 1 0 1 0 il 10 2 naileries Garvin and Connor; Hastings and Jlaloney; Plank and Powers, t'niphc Cantlllon. At Paltimoie II. II. K. Chicago 0 0 0 4 0 2 (I ft 1 12 Hi 1 Baltimore 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 o- () 0 :i llatterles Patterson and Sugdeii; Mcfiinnity and ltoblnson. Umpires Sheridan and Connolly. At Washington -Wa-hington.Clevelanel, no game, rain. National League. At Plltsbuig- II. II. . lloston 0 0OiiOf)i)i)-2 H -' Pittsburg ao I 0 1 00 1 li 11 1 lUtteriesPittlnger and Kltlridgc; Phlllppi and O'Connor, Umpire Dwior, At Chicago It. II. :. New York 2 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0-0 U 1 Chicago .,., 1)0 2 000 t 1 O-7 12 I Ilatterles Doheny and Poweiman; Tailor, Has-en and Kline;, Umpiic Cunningham. Al Cincinnati H. II. i: Pliiladclphla 2 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 - (, u l Cincinnati 0 1 o 1 0 0 I n 1- l 7 S llalteries Piiguleby and Mrl'.irland; Newton and lleigen. Umpiic O'Day. Al St. Louis- P.. II. K. niookbu ., ,., a o n oo o o o o- ;i u i St. Louis ,,, 1 1 II I 0200 -ft 8 I Hittcrles lluglies and JUtiiiiie; llaiper and Nichols. I'mplre Fmslle. State League Fasten. 2; Reading, 7. llarrisburu, 7; Allcntown, S. Lancaster, 12; Middlelown, 1 (flist gamel, Lancaster, 11; Jliehllelown, 12 (second game.) College Games. t Prnvldenee Drown l'nlverily. I; Cirli-le Indian.', 0. NEW POTOMAC BRIDGE. When, It Is Built the Bridge Over Which the Union Marched Replaced. I'roiuhe Washington Slar, The "board of army Historic Long the Armies of Will Also Be eiifilniors ap- pointed sonio months a ro to report on w hrldfro across tlio construction of a tic the Potomac, 500 feet fi out (lie historic SITUATIONS WANTED I'KEB. Help WantedMale. ll.MUIKIt WAN riM Apply ') L.iikawanti.i ave. WANTKD-Aii liictitstrloiu boy nt about IS. wilting to do anvthlng ami go nnywhere. Tho Sandeison Oil nnd Siieclallv Co., 1 Itaee Mitel, Clly. WANTIHl Two .voung men lo Irani bnslneis and take road for eastern iiiaiml.it Inter. S12 and expenses to st.nl, with chance lii aibanec. Ad- diess, with slump, .Manufacturer, Tribune Ofncc. WANTIlD-IInergetle', tiuslworthy, young man, must be well leiommeiided. llagir, ill 2 Me.irs building. WANTKD-Salesmen, traveling or locals weekly salary paid. Ilerrlcl; Seed Co., ltochcster, Help Wanted Female WAXTI'.lt I'lrsl class demoiistralor wanlril; only experienced need apply. Call at Valley House parlors, 11,30 a, in. WAN'IT,!) Two ladles to learn business, hire and take chaigo of demonstrators for eastern man. ufaituirr. $12 and expenses lo Mail. Address Demons! ralur, Tiihiine IllliiC', (JIIlli WANTKD 1'or general homework In small family. 317 Webster avenue. BRANCH WANT OFF10KS. Want Advertisements Will Be Received at Any of the Following Drug Stores Until 10 P. M. Central City ALDHIIT SCIIUITZ. coiner Mulbeiry street and Webster avenue. GUSTAV PICHKL. O30 Adams avenue. West Side GEOROI-: W. JKNKINS, 101 South Main avenue. South Scranton KIII:D L. TliltPPi:, 720 Cedar avenue. North Scranton Gi:0. W. DAVIS, coiner North Main avenue and Market stiect. Green Ridge CIIARLKS P. JONKS, 1337 Dickson avenue. Y. J. JOHNS, !H0 Green Ridge street. C. LOUKNZ, lorner Washington avenue and Marion bttcct. Petersburg , W. II. KXIIPIT.b, 1017 Irving avenue. Dunmore J. G. DON II k SON. Furnished Rooms. FOIl Itl'lNT One laigc furnished Iiont loom; also one side room. 5:17 Adam-s avenue. Boarders Wanted. llO.MtDiniS WANTIIll Two trout looms, with boaid, in gojd lamilv. Adehess Oil Adams avenue. WANTICD Table boarders. Mrs. Tompkins, 531 Washington avenue. Lost. LOST lu Seranlon, a Knights of Columbus pin. Tinder will please leave at Kniglils of Colinn. bus c-lnb hoa-e, on Washington avenue, in cue ol janitor. Strayed. S'ritAYI'.l) lllaik horse, with scar on left fionl shoulder. Libeial lewaid for return to 517 Presiott avenue. Situations Wanted. SITUATION WANTI'.I) Dicwrtiiaker, good liltci, fiom Pliiladclphla, clcsiic.s a lew eng.igcineuli.; $1.30 a clay or will take woik home. Allelic-, 11,07 Pickno'n avenue. SITUATION WANTKD-lly a lir.st class book-keeper Willi eighteen years expciieuee, lo woik two or tinea hums daily on a set of books in the idly; Icims xciy rci-onablc. Addicss, Lxpeit Tiibuuc Oflke. 1'lliST CLAS COACHMAN desiies 11 situation with a private family; well expeiienced and a callable man; strictly tempeiate and iindei-stands geneial work ubmit pi irate place. Ad. chess J. K., .1J4 l'cmi avenue. WANTLU Situation around gentleman's place or janitor work. S. 1). P., !M0 Webster avenue, SITUATION WANTIID-lly a young man lo do any kind of woik or woiklng in piitale lam ily iii'diiving a gioceiy wagon. Adilievs cue of James llloch, icar of 1710 Price slievt, SI'lUATION W.NTi:n-By a man ginding or lajing .sidewalk-, or llxing fenees or cutting lawns, or any kind of work. Call er addicts Pioj Provldeme road. SITUATION WANTllD.-Tiustwoilhy, iclialdc voung man, good lubils wants purler wnil,. (iooil penman, sal.ny oilion.il. Tiiistuoith.v, Tiilmue Office. SITUATION WASTI-'U As watch-maker; 25 je.ns expericiic'e; lefcrcnccs. Ilobcrt T. Sinitli, general deliver. SITUATION" WAYi'r.P-lly good ngri.l .iml jjcu-eral canva-sei. II. 'I. .Smith, 115 Perm ave-uue.nue. SITUATION WAS I UP Ily a woman to go mil. by day washln.i, honing or cleaning. Ple.i-i-call or addie-si Mu. lluurll, 12111 Cedar avenue, city. SITUATION WANTIID-Aellic .veiling man desires position: is .sober, IhuhM and reliable. I.'ood leleienee. U, Tribune Olllce, YOUNC -MAIIIIIMI MAN W.111I4 light woik; good penman. Ungli.h, tinman and llungailaii, (1. Ph.. .'HO Iliuadwiiy, Scianton, Pa. YOl.'Nll MAN, 21, college giaduate, desiies 1 pcislliou as bookkeeper or aitaut; '.in npciate lypewiller. 1'or lull pailicul.irs addicis. Wesley II. Weaver, box ll, Lope, Pa. V0UNC WOM vN wants po-ltliu 11s 1111 ail. wiilcy in dry goodt 01 fuiuiime iloie in this city. Lxpcticni'C mid best 01 leieieuee, M. V., 2ui Wadilngloii avenue. old I.ons I!rids., v.liicli bus been controlled lor ninny years by tho I'eniiHyl-vanla railroad, lius coniploted Its surveys; and will lllo a report within a few days. This board roiislHtti of tlio fn lowliisT oiikIiihop olllepr.i; l.ieiitenant Colonel Churle.s J. Allen, f'apltiln Kd-ward linn', t'liptnln I.ansliiK, II, lleaeh and I.ieiiteniint tleoi-Ke ,M. Iliil'l'inan, Tho board approves of a plan fur a steel bridge on masonry piers, with seven spans, each span 2,'ti n-ei louir, and two spans, each 2."ii feet lontf. with a drawlirlilip'. "f.O feel Iodk. The eu-lire b'nBtli would tints lie 2.100 feet-, and Ihe cost of the entile sU'ileture JjStlS.iioo. Tile advantaKe claimed in this plan is that the piers would lie lift feel further apart, and tints reduce the! dunfjer from Hoods ami ice Jams. When this bridge Is built the Pennsylvania railroad will replace tho I. our llridKO with a steel railroad bridgo, which It must build, according' to tho fiUlienienl of the law, within the next four years. The Washington, Mt, Vornon and Alexandria railroad, which is owned by tliu Pennsylvania company, will be required to use the new government brhlgc, which will be open to the use of all street railway com-parties desiring to crois the river at that point. DIRECTORY. 3 Insertions 25 Cents More than Pour Lines, A Cents tor Each Extra Lint, PROFESSIONAL. . t. 'w-vs-'ir Certified Public Accountant. KDWAIll) C. SPAULDIXn, 23 THAUKilS BANK building. Architects KmVAIll) 11. DAVIS, AnCIIITCCT, CONNLI.b building. i'iti:i)i:nicK l, nitnw.v, ai;ii. 11,, iikal bstaloi;chnnge llldg., l-.'ii Wnhlngton ave. Civil nnd Mining Engineers. "j 2'' j'AllDIXn, 000 COXXLLt, nuii.Dixo. Dentists, nil. o. v.. LiLiiNni'.itoKfi, PAtji,rnulLbi.sa, bpcuee street, Scranton. pit. C. C. LAUItACII, 113 WYOMING AVKNUII. Lawyers. PRANK K. noVLII, A'nWl'xirV-AT-lTAW'. Rooms 12, 11, in and IS Purr bjilldlng. P. K. tiiacv,att'V,co.mmonwi:altii bliiTl d. n, iti;pi.o(ii,i:, AiTonxnv-LoANs nkccT tlated on real estate secmlty. Mears building, comer Washington avenue and bpmce ttiect, WILLA11D, WAllltKN k KNAPP. ATTORXn'3 and rounselloisutdaw. Itcpubllcan building, Washington avenue. jlssup - Ji:s.si;p, vnoRNbys and m'i. ellor.s-al.law. Commonwealth building, Rooms 111, 20 and 21. nmvAim w. tiiayiir. attoumiy. 003IW, dlh floor. Mean building, R00SI3 L. A. WATIIKS. ATIOIISHY-AT-LAW, BOARD ot Trade building, S'iranton, Pa. PArriCRSON ,V WILCO.Y, TRADHRS' NATIONAL Rank biiltdlng. C COMHGYS. 0-1.1 RHPUIILICAN RUILDINgT" A. W. BKHTtlOLP. OlTICi: MOVED TO NO. 211 Wyoming avenue. Physicians and Sugeons. DR. W. P. Al.LUN, 513 NORTH WASIIINC.TON avenue. DR. S. W. L'AMOltllAU.V, Ol'FICI'. Sill WASH-ington avenue. Residence, lllls Mulbcny Chronic eliscace, lungs, heart, kidneys and genitourinary organs a specialty. Hour), 1 to 4 p. m. Hotels and Resturants. THK LLK CAl'i:, 123 AND 127 1'llANKLIN avenue. Hates reasonable. P. ZUIGLP.R, Pioprietor. SCRANTON IIOUSP. NEAR D., U k W. PAS ccngcr depot. Conducted on the Kuroprar plan. VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor. Scavenger. a. n. biiTggs cleans priv,y vaults and cess pools; no odor; only improved pumps used. A. B. Brigg.s, proprietor. Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue, or Kickc's drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry. Both telephones. Seeds. G. R. CLARKE k CO., SEEDSMEN AND NURS-erymen. store 201 Washington avenue; green hou-.es, 11)30 North Main avenue; store telephone, 7S2. Wire Screens. JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR Oil LACKA. AVE., Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of Wire Screens. Miscellaneous. DRESSMAKING FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER: also ladies' waists. Louis Shoemaker, 212 Adams avenue. MEGAROEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES. EN-velopes, paper bags, twine, Warehouse, ISO Wasliington avenue, Scranton. Pa. THE WILKESBAURi: RECORD CAN BE HAD in Scianton ot the news btands of Reisman Bros.. 40(1 Spruce and 503 Linden; M. Norton, irii Lackawanna avinue; 1. S. Hchutzcr, 211 Spruce street. Rooms and Board. LARGE front room with board for two gentlemen, 410 Adams avenue. Real Estate. $1,000 Buys sin-room, single house, good well. Lot 100x200, SVianlon street, Dalton, Pa. Wells A; Kcator. $I,SlH)-lluys building lot, 40x130. Wheeler avenue. Wells J: Kcaler, Burr Building. $2,900 Buys double house, 7 rooms on a side, all iinpioveinenls, except gas. Dean street, Providence. Wells k Kcler. Money to Loan. MONEY to loan on impine-cd city real estate. HENRY BI'.LLV. JR. I'll AS. II. WELLES. THOMAS SPRAUUE. $;iJ0.0Oil TO LOAN Lowest rates; straight or monthly pa.vinenls. Stalk k Co.,Tiadfl' bids. ANY AMOUNT OP MONEY TO I.OAN-QuiU, tralghl Irons or Building and Loan. Al from 4 to per cent. Call on N, V. Walkei, Klt-.tUi Connell building. LEGAL. SinCKIIOhllEIIS' MEI'.TIMi 'Ihe annual lueelin'-' ol Hie stockholder ot the I ollieiy Englnri r iiimpauy will bo held at Hip guiei.il nfllee.s of Ihe e1.111p.H1. Scianlnn, Pa., on Monday, June. U it Ii. 1111, 11 "' o'clock p, 111., for I ho fie. lien of iillieclois nnd the lian-aclion of .inh other liiLdiii-M. as 111 iv puipeily cuiiie befoie the nieil-ing. STANLEY P. ALLEN, senrlaiy NOTK 1, IS lieu by given tliat tlio annual meeting ol the sloiklinldeis nt the Ecoiioniy Light, Peat and I'nwir t'oinpany, for Ihe election of iliiectorx for the ciisiilug cai, and Iho tiausaition of m Ii other luisiiieMi as may piopeil mine helore it, will be held at ll'e oince of the company, Room 20. Republic an Building, Seranlon, Pa., on Mnn fl.it-. Juno 21, 1P0I, at '. o'clock p. m,, in acioid aii'co with Hie b lawa ot the company, W. J. NORTIIUP, Secretary. OLDEST! WALL STREET SAFEST! RPViTI Money Will L'arn Big Monthly Returns, The Investor's I'mid Pays Semi, month!.. UHU I The nlde.,t e.labllshecl In America. No wtlflcats holder has ever lost a lent. Pajmrnti made lo all iiibseribers every I.') da.), No trouble. No delay, Money lefiindecl on demand. Write today 'for paiticulars, flee to any addreu. C. K, Mackey & Co., ludon Bld'g., New Yoil;. $100,000 Milwaukee Electric Railroad and Light Go. 5 BONDS. Write for special epeujir. Rudolpli Kleybolte & Go. 1 Nassau St., New York.

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