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TIIE SCBAKTCW TRIBUTE MONDAY MOBNINGr. OCTOBER 8, 1894.
Tli EAltTH SIMIKti.
JKanj Boat Are Badly Creoked and
On Friday last, tiny Assures were no
ticed on th streets at various placet
from Eyaon to Rook street. The
cracks war first of 11 tilt, or no impor
tance, bat on to tame veiling they
widened to a considerable degree. Tbe
portion of tbe territory moat affected U
ynon and Hampton streets, west of
Main avenue In tbe Fifteenth vrard.
Many houses are badly cracked, while
mncb of tbe plastering baa fallen from
otbera. Tbe trouble is oaused by the
big rein, wbieb It about twenty-one
feet in thickness, where tbe squeeze la
taking plaoe. At an early hour Sat
urday morning rnmblinga were beard,
and many people were badly fright
ened aa they feared a great calamity
waa about to occur. A Tbibuhs re
porter traversed tbe ground and vis
ited many of the honats yesterday.
Tbe plaoe which seemed to be lh
most seriously affeoted is tbe drag
tore of David M. Jones on South
llaln avenue. Tbe bnildlag has
dropped about fire inehes in the rear,
nd where a connection was made
about tbe centre of the struoture it
baa been divided, leaving a crack from
the roof to the gronnd measuring
about two to fonr Inches. Tbe donble
dwelling occupied by Tax Collector
Reese C Powell and Mrs. James on
Synon street we visited. There are
fonr large cracks in the cellar walls,
and the building has fallen about fonr
laches in the rsar, A noticeable fact
was, tbat tbe buildings affeoted all
drop on the side wbiob faces Hampton
atreet. Tbe main water pipe on Hamp
ton street was bursted by tbe eruption,
and a gas pipe at the corner of Main
avenue broken. In many places a por
tion of the sidewalks bave heaved up,
and the oraeks in the road, whiob at
first could barely be discerned, have
School biildlng No. 13, on Eynon
atreet, suffered little damage, although
the yard contains many fisinres, Con
trary to the announcement in yester
day's Free Press there will be school
today. If there is not another settle
ment in tbe ground the damage oan
probably be easily repaired. Bat as
matters stands tbe buildings are now
in suoh a condition, and tbe founda
tions so uncertain, that another slight
cave would oanae a few of them to tot
ter and fall . Mrs. Gore, of Hampton
street, was overcome with the odor of
gas from tbe break In tbe pipe, but is
LEWIS WILLIAMS BURIED.
Impressive Funeral Bervlcss Conduoted
at tbe Home.
The funeral of Lewie H. Williams, a
prominent young man who died on
Thursday after a prolonged illness, oc
curred at 9 o clock yesterday afternoon
from the family home on Jackson
street The esteem in which the young
man was held wat shown by the im
mense number tbat attended the ser
vices. Rev. B. Q. Jones, pastor of tbe
Snmner avenue Presbyterian ohurab,
officiated and preached an eloquent
discourse on tbe exoellent and manly
qualities ot tbe deceased.
Tbe floral offerings were beautiful
A peculiar and very appropriate trib
ute wsi presented by the employee of
tbe Western Union Telegraph com
pany, where the young man was em
ployed as operator. It resembled a
broken circuit, with Mr. Williams'
with flowers. The members of tbe
Sumner avenue Presbytsrian Sabbath
acbool presented a bsskst of flowers.
Interment was made in the Washburn
treet cemetery. Tbe psll bearers, all
of whom were operators, wsre as fol
lows: John J. Golden, Duomore; John
v. Price, Wllkes-ttarre; J. Uhrlsto-
bal, South Scranton, ana a. J. Leonard,
A. P. Erdmann and T. B. Sturtevant
of the city.
LITTLE WEST SIOE NEWS NOTES,
Alfred Kern, of Bcranton street, if visit
ing at OUBS10.
Councilman E. E. Bobatban, was in Dal-
. ton on oaturaay.
Daniel Jones, of Baltimore, is the guest
of relatives on this side.
David Johnson and Ulysses Brooks have
returned from a visit to Wales.
Frank J. Johnson, of North Lincoln
avenue, bas returned from Moosie,
Mrs, John 8. Evans of Lafayette street
is recovering rrom a sprained ankle.
Officer William Hetzelroth bas resumed
police duty after his annual vacation.
Mrs. Walter Beek of Towanda is visiting
ner parent on aorta unooin avenue.
Mrs. Henry Tobias, of Newark, N. J., is
raiting sn roweii, ei e-autson street.
Miss Mame Burnett, of North Lincoln
ivenue, is visiting friends at Great Bend.
William Evans of Bellevue street has
turned home tram an extended tour in
Private Tom Beels, of Company F., is
ecovering irom a severe attack oi typboid
Mine Foreman Moses B. Evans, of For
tes vuy, was visiting relatives Here on
The Ladies' Aid society of the German
rresDytenan cnuren win give a Thanks
Jiving snppsr on that evening.
Benrv Jacobs and Charles Mnnlnunr.
oth of Lafayette street, are recovering
irom a severe attacK or typnoid fever.
The first of a series of entertainments to
ke given by Camp 178 Patriotic Order
fens of America, will be held on October 18.
Bev. Hugh Davles preached his usual
nonthly English sermon yesterday morn
ing in the Welsh Calvantstlo Methodist
Tbe University Extsnsion conns under
khe auspices ot the Hyde Park literary
tnd debating society will be opened this
veningin tne vveisn uuvanistio Metnod
1st church on South Main avenue. The
ipeaker will be. Colonel H. B. Bpragna, of
Orange, New Jersey. Six lecture will be
given, one on Monday of each week nnttl
concluded. The subjects are, 'Milton,"
"Paradise Lost," end "Goldsmith."
A class of young ladles, taught by Mia
Jemima Roderick,- will give a ribbon
nodal in tbe Jackson street Baptist cnurcn
next Friday evening.
A man waa nicked nn on Luzerne street
at a late hour on Saturday evening for
Deing arnuK ana ngcting. uonstuoie
Murphy took him to the station house.
Tbe members of Hyde Park Lodge Free
and accepted Masons, are requested to
meet tomorrow morning at 8 o'ciock at
Masonic hall on North Main avenue, to
participate iu tbe parade and corner stone
layiug at Bingbatnton. The members of
tbe lodge will take tbe Delaware. Lacka
wanna and Western train at 9 o'clock, and
on arrival will be tbe guests ot grand
master or toe ttignteentn Masonic district
of New York state. About 150 masons
from this city will be in tbe parade line.
Martin Maniran. ot Tenth street, was
placed under $200 bail to appear at court
t . . i . . m m il.
oj American i. i. morgan ot me f iiieeutu
ward, at tbe instance of Miss Bessie Car
roll, ot Blnghamtou, who was visiting at
his home. Miss Carroll brought with her
a silver watch, a chain and a breastpin.
One dav last week she and Maniran were
sitting in tbe parlor and she had to go out
lo tne Kitonea, leaving toe articles mere.
When she returned tbey were missed, and
she bad a warrant sworn out for Maniran.
Tbe Jewelry wat afterward found hidden
under the parlor carpet.
FCRTT hours devotion.
Bey. P. J. Chmgh'a Elcqaent Sermon
The ceremony of Forty Hours' Devo
tion began at St. John's church after
late mass yesterday with benediction
of the Blesssd Saorament.
Services laat night, beginning at 7. 30
eonsisted of a sermon, followed by
benediotion. Tbe sermon was deliv
ered by Bev. P. J. Gougb of the cathe
dral, and a most powerful and stirring
sermon it was. The subject was, "Be
hold, 1 am with you all days even to
tbe consummation of tbe world."
Father Gough said the greatest assur
ance God has given of the perpetuity
of this soriptural promise is the omni
presence ot tbe Blessed sacra
ment, the body and blood of Jesns
Christ, in the tabernacle of tbe altar.
Devotion to the Blessed Sacrament be
gets an humble and ohsritable spirit,
a pure love of God and uprightness to
our neighbors. We find solace iu visit
ing the altar, God's graces and mercies
are through this channel given to us,
and in all our tribulations and trials
there is no other comforting refugs
All Cathslici should pay homage to
tbe blesssd sacrament for graces enjoy
ed and an expectation of their continu
ance as well aa for graces expected.
The aermon tonight will be delivered
by Rev. J. J. McCabe, of Arooa, and
tomorrow night by Rsr. Father
O'Rourke, ot Wilkss-Barre.
evolution of a street car.
What Was Once a Tram Car Now Ussd
as a land Office.
The traveler en tbe turnpike road
tbat leads from Peckville to Jessup,
observes aftsr crossing tbe river at tbe
former place on the left band side ot
the road near the bauks of the pearly
Laokawanna, tbe bulk of aa ancient
street ear moored to stakes in the
ground to prevent its being carried off.
On the running board at tbe top of the
car can be traced tbe following line,
tbe letters almost worn orl by the
weather, "Cedar and Pittston ave
It is No. 1, and was the first horse
car run on the South Side line. The
length of it is 10 feet 8 inches, and it
was guaged to tbe narrow horse car
tracks. After tbe eleotrio motor super
seded tbe equine as motive power tbis
esr was purchased by the Winton real
estate agency, and has since been used
as a land office, The impression the
stranger receives on locking at the car
Is tbat it is used by a camp of gypsies,
as it stands near a small grove of trees.
SOUTH SIOE JOTTINGS.
P. A. Padden, of Powers' drug store,
spent yesterday in uaroonaaie.
Miss Annie Connell of Blrney avenue
spent fcaturaay at w likes-uarre.
Several boilers at the South Works have
been blown out on account ot the shut
Mrs. Louis Folger, of Jersey City, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rosar, of
The auditors of Lackawanna township
win meet tomorrow to complete tne re
port for printing.
Joseph Hamm. of Pittston avenue, bas
returned home from Elmira, where be
visited tor a montn.
' The entertainment of Columbus council,
Young Men's Institute, takes place at Dr.
Manly's hall this eveniug.
Edward Houston, ot Raven Run. re
turned home Saturday, after a week's
visit with Terence Carey, of Maple street.
The funeral of Mary, the 7-year-oM
daughter ot Fred Warner, ot Brook street.
was held Baturday afternoon, inter
ment being made in tbe Twentieth ward
Contractors Corcoran and DonahnA fln
iahed their work on the filling knd grading
at tne rrospeot avenue culvt-rt Saturday
and will begin work on the Pittston ave
nue culvert today.
In connection with the report of the flra,
Friday night, at Scheuer Brothers' bakery,
on Brook street, one of tbe city newspa
pers stated tbat the building was fully
covered by inanrance. Tbis is an error, it
was not lusureo, and tne damage, tnougu
sngnt, win ran totauy on tne nrm.
J. Frank llearel'e Aoademy of Dancing.
Afternoon sooiol for misses, masters and
ladies Saturday. Oot. 0. Parents and tbelr
friends cordially Invited. Evening class
lor ladles and gentlemen Tuesday evening,
uct. n, nrst lesson tor neginners. '
ncs vuss tarn
vvvsuvr jssa. n nsj
mm Em njp
Mrs, Theodore von btorcb i entertain
ing Miss Sadie Crane, of New York city.
The young people ot the Primitive
Methodist church will hold a basket social
Mlas Nellie Bell, of West Mnrket street,
is entertaining Miss Bxe Kearney, of
A meeting of the Green Ridge Prohibi
tion League will be held to-night in the
Mrs. Anna Hopkins and children ar
rived here last Baturday morning from
Wales, She Intends to reside here in tne
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Brewer, of New
York, are spending a few days with Mrs.
Brewer's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. F. C.
Fritz, of Church avenue.
The Keystone Literary and Drainatlo
club will produce the drama, "Bound By
an Oath," In St. Mary's hall tomorrow
night. The drama will be followed by a
Ac a meeting of the Garfield oouncil. No.
854, O. U. A. M., held in Oik ball, Satur
day evening, nine applications for mem
bership were received. They will be in
itiated on the 20.
Father McIIale is a guest at the residence
of Rev. N.J. McMauus. He bas just re
covered from a two weeks' illness at At
lantio City where he was serving in the
capacity of a curate.
John E. Powell swore ont a warrant be
fore Alderman Horan on Oct. 5 charging
Michael Gulden with committing an as
sault on him. Golden waived a hearing
and entered 1300 bail, Councilman GjIJou
becoming bis bondsman.
At a literary and musionl entertainment
to be held in the Puritaa Congregational
church tonight tha following well-known
persons will take part; Missel Hit tie Ed
wards, Margaret Price, Elizabeth Williams,
Emma Humphreys aud Elizabeth Phillips.
Prof Thomas livam ul Jermyu. Tbomai
Davies. G. ft. Davie. Thomas Richards
and Edgar Richards.
A larse crowd witnessed tbe wrestling
match between Patrick Neary, of ,Mary
street, and Richard McMabon, of Pine
Brook, in U'Donneirs nan last Saturday
uigbt. Neary was secouded by Joseph
Maxwell and McMahon by bis brother,
Peter. Peter Munley, of Dlcksou City,
acted as referee. The match was Won by
Neary after a close contest.
Tha Park Place Methodist Episcopal
church was completely filled laat evening
to witness the "rassiou nay" as illust
rated by Rev. Dr. Hawxburet, The service
opened with the usual devotional excer-
cises, which were led by the ptistor, who
then gave a snort address explaining tne
Passion Piny. Tbe lecture lucludes ovtr
sixty stereoptican views, shown on a
canvas twenty feet square, a number of
them being very highly colored, showing
the oriental costumes in an tneir gorgeous-
ness and splendor. Tne meeting was
brougbt to a close by the audience singing
'The Heavenly Country," Irom words
shown on tne canvas.
A larse number of ladles . Gathered at
the Providence Presbyterian church yes
terday morning to bear tbs addrew of
Mrs. Wellington White on "Missionary
Work in China." Mrs. White, with her
husband, spent ten years In the missionary
fields in China and came to this country
for a short vacation tbree years ago, but
while out driving at JUinira tns carriage
was run iuto by an express train and Mr.
White and tbe two children killed outriaht
and Mrs. White so seriously injured that
for six months ner lire was despaired of.
Owing to the state of her health it is im
possible for her to return to her work, so
she is trying to create missionary enthusi
asm in the cuurcnes. one visited this city
bv tne Invitation oi tbe Women's Foreleu
Missionary society of the above church. Tne
services opened by devotional exercises led
bv Kev. George a. uuiid, tne pastor or tbe
church. In the oourse of her remarks Mrs.
White said that tbe religious and moral
condition ot life in China is very low for
tbere is notbing in tne cninese religion ot
an elevatory nature, aud owing to the
filth which thry are constantly sur
rounded by aud tbe cruel aud inhuman
treatment tbey receive, a very large num
ber or the gins are totally blind. Airs.
White save a very interesting address be
fore the Christian Endeavor society at 6.30
and made much clearer to alt, the crying
need of more money for missions which
Father Endeavorar Clark bas been saying
so much about at tne last convention.
Wben William Phillips, a farmer, livlns
In Chinchilla, went to milk bis cow last
Tuesday morning, ue mused it, and on
makinir inauriea found that a man an
swering the description of his brother
George was seen leading tbe cow towards
Providence, un Thursday be swore out a
warrant before Alderman Horan, and
Georee Phillips was arrested by Constable
Davis, and in defanlt of bail committed to
tbe county Jan. un tne wny over be
confessed bis guilt to Constable Davis, and
offered to show where the cow was, so he
was brouxht liack to Providence, and ac
companied by his broth er and the consta
ble went to tne dairy or wuuam Daven
port near Taylor. When the trio got
there George was left iu charge of tbe
borse aud carriage wbtle the others went
into the houso to claim the cow. Mr.
Davenport refused to give It up, so they
were forced to return for a search war
rant. When the parties got back to
where tbe borse and carrutgo was left
George whs missing, and bas not been
seen since. Aldermnu Horan issued the
search warrant on Friday morning, to be
returnrd Saturday morning at ll o'clock.
Mr. Davenport was on band, but Mr.
Phillips failed to appear. The case was
Miss S. Mnnson w ill open a dressmaking
estaoiieuinent in connection witu alias h.
E. Leach a millinery at 1810 N. Main ave
nue, about Oct 8th.
George Ives nnd children, of Biaiiely
street, spent sunuay at fliauisonviiie.
Martin Carroll, bnggagemaster for tie
Erie & Wyoming Valley railroad bis re
turned to work after a long and seriout
An attempt was made Friday night to
burn an old vacant bouse ou the Benjamin
property recently purchased by Georg
Alger, the Blskely street grocer. The fire
was discovered before it bad Ruined much
headway and extinguished without sound
log an alarm.
Lee Smith, of the Dun more hotel. ba
sold ont his buine'S to J. J. McDonnell, rf
Potter street, who will continue the busi
ness. Mr. McDonnell has purchased the
fixtures and stock for 17(0 and expects to
take possession tn a few days,
Tuesday evening next, Oct. 9, the Young
Men's institute will give one of the largest
entertainments of the season. Large num
bers of people will be present from Scran
ton and other near by towns. Special
streetcars will be run after 12 o'clock for
Tbe following are the ofBoers of the Or
der of Red Men for the ensuing term:
Fiist sannap, J, H. Jenkins: second san
nap, Warren Fay; first warrior, Edward
Angwln, sr. ; second warrior, V. P. Russell;
third warrior, W. E. Dexter; fonrth war
H. J. Knapp: first brave, W. J. Purrell;
second brave, Wallace Singer: third brave,
Owen Correl!; fourth brave, William
Forest; guard of wigwam, William Fay;
guard of forest, U. W. Trsgear.
Burglars are operating in town again.
Last Friday night P. D. Manly's store was
entered by these midnight marauders.
Tbey tried the front door of the grocery
department; failing to gain an entrance
there they then broke tbe glsss in tbe
front doorof the shoe department and
effected an entrance. They oarrled away
a Urge number ot pairs of shoes. Mr.
Manly is unable to tell just bow Urge his
loss is. He carries a large stoek and had
recently been getting in new goods. Tbs
shoe department is separate from tbe main
store, connected by an inside door which
tbe burglars could not open, so tbat they
confined their nrk entirely to tbe shoe
store. There U no clue so ' far to the
fiartlee. Don more needs an all night po
ice force. Property U not safe.
Wants of all kinds cost that much, when
paid for, tn advance. When a book ao-
ount is mil no charge mil b leu than
S5 cents. This rule applies to all small
want eds, except Situations Wanted, which
are inserted FRKK.
WANTED - SPECIAL ADVERTISING
canv.iKors. familiar with iirt'niium mer
cantile trndo; monoy maker of lulls. Also
ciuver general eauvaera on greatest seuei ui
the day. Stanley -Bradley, 5 E. 10 St., Now
WANTED - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
hnnilln nur llm. no Deddlln?. Salary.
8TS per mouth aud expends paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box UOS,
Auentb wanted everywhere to
sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous urofltn. mit at aitrlit. delivered free, so
cure territory.- Sample In velvet lined ease
wiui iun inrormation, ic- laiuiogue irei.
Aluminum Novelty Co. KU Broudway, Now
Help Wanted Females.
WAN TED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. One who van cook, wash
andiron. Apply at Tribvna ofllce.
LADY WANTED TO WRITE AND DO
lixht work nt home, $lr weekly. No
canvassing. Send stamp. Pearl Peak, South
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED SALESMAN; SALARY FROM
start: Dermuneut ulac-e. LUOWiM BltoS.
Company., Nuwrymen H-liegji r, N. Y.
OU RKNT-A HOUS AT CLARK'S BUM-
mit Inunirn of CIIAHLES SINGER, at
rrazo satoro, uan i eummu,
UOR RhN 1 ONE-HALF STORE. 120
S: Penn avenue. Kg) per month.
IXIR KENT NICEliY-FUIt .lSHED HALL
r suitable for loiUe rooms. JOHN JER-
MYN, 119 Wyominu avenno.
r,XUND-A BUNCH OF KEYS WEHE
L found on the avenue. Owner can have
same by calling at the Tribune oluce and pay
ing lor advertisement.
VOU WANT THIS RELIC REPRINT
J. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War
illustrations inu-ism. Two volumes iollo,
S10.50; payable monthly. $i0U. Delivered by
express complete, prepaid. Address f. U.
MOODY, til Gibson street, Scranton, Pa.
TT AMIS' tirwilf.1 IA M1UI 1?TU U Iflt
XJ linos, etc., bound or robound at Tns
Tiiibunb office. Quick work. Reasonable
HfEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144.
ill corner Snruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for 83.60. Good
C BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE HK
O ceived at the office of the Citv Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., uutil 7 .au o'clock p. m.. Thurs
day, October 4th. IBH, to furnish coal for the
current necal year for Fire Dent. Hohpos,
Station Houses and Municipal building. Four
proposals will be received, each to be enc oded
in a separate envelope, and tilddurs slmll en
close with each Drouosnl the sum of ti n dol
lars, cash or certitled ih-ck. as a KUarnmeo to
comply witn proposal it awarded tne contract.
Proposal No. 1 to be for furnishing the t um
berlaod, Eic-lslor, Liberty. Nlaya a and Gen
eral Phluuey Fire Dept. Houses; also tbe Mar
ket Street btation House.
ProDosal No. 2 to furnish tha Franklin.
Columbia and Eagle Flro Dept. Houses; also
Hvde Park Station House.
Propositi No. 8, to furnish the Municipal
uunuin; ami nous's occupied uy tne crystal,
it ay Aug. i-ucenix. linos ana i.auuer and ne
lief Hre Dent. Oomnauies.
Prouosal No. i. to furnish Alder Street Sta
Neptune, Century and Wm. Connoll Fire
uept. companies. -Tbe
city reserves tbe right to reject any
aim ui utua. viurr ul cuy wouuuua.
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk
Bcranton, Pa., Sept. ii. 1BH4.
XTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT All
li application will be made to the Gover
nor of Pennsylvania, on the PJth day of
October, 1MH, by William Connell, William T.
Smith, Henry Iielin, Jr., Joseph H. Stoell, and
Isaac F. McgM-gei, under the Act of
Assembly, entitled "An act to provide
tor tne incorporation ana regulation or cer
tain corporations," approved April 27. 1HT4,
and the suuulements thereto, for thj charter
of an inti-nded corporation, to be eiillu!
Tbe Cross Fork Water company, the charac
ter and object of which is supplying water to
tne puouc in tne townsuip or etewaruson,
Potter county, Pennsylvania, and to persons,
Partnerships and associations residing there-
in, and adjacent thereto, as may desire the
same, and lor these purposi s to have, possess
and eniov all tbe riuht. benefits andnrivi-
lrges of said act of assembly and the supple
CHARLES H. WELI 8,
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVF.N THAT AN
ll au application will be made to tho gover
nor ot the otitt ot Pennsylvania
on WednosUay, Oct. 84, 1811 1, by Her
bert A. Mace. Miclm-d F. Dolphin, 1 Sani
nel N. C'allondor, William S. llaco and
Judson E. Callender under tho act ot assem
bly of tne common weal ti of Pennsylvania,
eoutied 'Au act to provnio tor tne luuorpo a
tion and regulation of certain corporations".
approved April 4, 1H74, and the supplements
uiurevi, tor inecnarter or au intended cor-
norntirvi ti In, ftnlitM llau-luv (VitiI nn,nn,,,.
the cnaracter and object wboreof Is for the
purpose of conducting tho business of mining,
preparing for market, mark tins; and selliutt
co:il and thj products thereof, and for tin-so
purposes to nave, poss--., and enjoy all tb
rikfhis, benefits and privileges of the said act
oi assembly aud Us supplements,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
n t Scranton, In the State of Pennsylvania, at
UIO ClUaO jl DUSinrss, UCt. i, 1WL
Loans and discounts $1,340,105 (10
Overdrafts, isevui-cd and unsecured. 15 H6
U.S. ooiida to secure circulation... BD.IHHI)
Premiums on U. S. bonds (till 76
Stocks, securities, etc 443,833 75
Banking bouse, furniture and fix
tures 28,074 40
Due from National banks (not re
serve agents) 7,K)8
Due from State lianks and hankers,, 6.4IW SO
Due from approved reserve at;eut8 104. 71 54
Checks and other cash Items 4. IKK) 2 1
Excliauvcs for cleanup house 10,870 13
Notes of other National banks 870 (XI
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents 1,103 04
i4iwiui money reserve in nanic,
. vis.: Specie I fW.JSJ Hfli u
Lek-nl tender notes. . . j 80.IMI Oil f ',3 M
Redemption fund with U.S. Treas
urer (6 per cent, of circulation),. 8,WX) 00
Due from U. 8. Treasurer, other
than 6 per cent redemption fund 4.000 00
Capital stock paid in
I?U1.IM .UUU ..,......,,
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid
National bonk notes outstanding.,.
Due toother national banks
Due to State banks and bankers. . . .
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificate of deposit
Cashier's checks outstanding ,
Notes and bills re-dlsuouutvd ,
Liabilities other than those above
Total.... 12,23,U7 18
State of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
I. Wm. H. Peck, Cashier ot the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
q V M a WMH; PECK. Cashier.
Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 6th
day of Ootolier. 181)4.
. CHARLES L. HAWLEY, Notary Public.
Correct Attest: , t ,
GEO. H. CATLIN 1
HESRY RKLIN.JB., V Directors.
onnolly & Wallace
1 ' ' - ,
AT Wc, Natural Wool. Did you ever buy a
wool garment at that price before?
Never. Wo give you tha btet one iu
the country. Every size.
AT 81.00, Natural Wool again. The regular
(1.25 number of last year, only im
proved in finish.
AT I1.W, Still Natural It's the beat thing for
yon no dying or coloring; pure, un
adulterated wool. These are regu
$1.75, Another regular made garment on
n II.,A. ...1 ri 1. 1
finished. The finest of its class.
AT S2.25, Natural Wool. Tbe host that was
ever taken from a sheep's back. The
most substantial garment made; ex
tra heavy weight.
Is anywhere made than i3 manufactured right here
in Scranton by the
CLEARING SALE OF
A Child's Bicycle, Rubber Tiro, new 0
A Child's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 10
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 12
A Boy s Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 18
4 Boys' or Girls' Bicycle Cushion Tire,
new uu aown to "
1 Youth's Bicycle, Pnoumatlo Tire.now.. 35
t Victor B Bioycles, Puoumatio Tire.soo-
ond hand 70
1 Victor B Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire, new 80
1 Secure Bioyole, Pneumatic Tire, second-baud
1 Lovol Diamond Bioyclo, Solid Tire,
1 Ladlos' Bicyole, Solid Tire, second
hand ....V. 35
S Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tire, second
1 Viator C Bicycle, 1M in. cushion Tire,
1 Victor B Bicycle, 1 in. Cushion Tire,
1 Columbian Bicyole.PneumatlcTIre, 65
1 Chain loss Bicycle, Pueumatio Tire,
Dearly new 100
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn Tennis Racquets at a
discount of one-third,
for two weeks.
J. D. WILLIAMS &BR0,
European Plan. First-class Bar attsebeS.
Depot (or Bergner 4s Kngel's Tannhtsnaer
It Cor, m snd Filberts, Fliiladi
Host desirable for residents ot N.E. Penn
sylvaiila. All conveniences I or travelers
to and from Broad Street station and the
. Twelfth and Market Btreat statiou. De
sirable for visiting Herantonlan and two
tie in tne Anthracite Ksgloa.
T. d. VICTORY,
ROOF ttnnlns; and soldering; all done away
with bv the nse of HAKT.MAN 8 HAT
ENT PAINT, which consist of ingredi nts
Well-known to all. It can be applied to tin,
galvanised tin, sheet iron roofs, also to brick
dwellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, crackiug or breaking of tha
rick. It will outlast tlnulns; ot any kind by
snany years.and it's cost does nut exceed one
fifth that of i he cost of tinning. Is sold by
the Job or pound. Contracts taken by
AN TUN 10 HAKIMANN.&H Birch Bl
For purity, and for improvement of tho com
plexion, nothing equals Pozzoxi's Powder.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GIRL TO
do lik'Lt housework. Addross No. 2 Breck
SITUATION WANTED BY A VOUNO
O girl, aged 14, to do lii;ht hnus"Work or to
act as nurso girl. Applv to K. M. H., bJU West
Lincoln avenue. Hyde Park, city.
SITUATION WANTED TO BUN EH
O rands or offlco boy. Addross T. W., fl-j
4 nosln street.
WANTED-B1TUATION BY A YOUG
man a-jeil 1. Willinir. sober nnd relbi
ble. Good rei'eren es, G. K,, Tribune office.
WANTED-A POSITION BY A YOUNO
mail of good habits and good business
education. Best of re terenros furnished. Ad
dress a W. M., Tribune ofllce.
WIDOW WITH ONE CHILO in YEARS
of age, would like a po it ion as house
keeper or seamstress. Best references. Ad
dress Willing, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTKD BY A FIRST
class engineer, machinist and rlguer, is
well recommended, must have work oi some
description. Address V. C Tribuuo.
SITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN
desires a situation as book-keeper. Ex
perienced and good references. Willing to
begin on small wagoa Address J. W, L. 437
SITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN
to do houso cleaning or nQlccs, or wiishing
by the day. Address J. C., SJ0 Twentieth
atreet, Hyde Park.
AN ACT1V IBlllllK MAN, WITH
good references, ot middle ae wishes
employment. Quick aud correct in figures,
live years experience as single entry book
keeper and clerk. Will work for any wages
that will payboard. Addrosi W. B. Tribune
Any onecan participate Inour
enormous profits by sending us from (10 to
ii.uuu. mguest rereronoes. write lor par
THE. TRADERS' SYNDICATE
i Building, UU1CAUO, ill.
AT 45c,, A Jersey Ribbed Fleeoed Unod lar
motit, Vests aud Pants, niadu of the
llnost Eicyptlnu cotton, a very desira
ble number, at a low price.
AT 75c., Nntnral Wool, ribbed; are mads In
three sizos small, medium and larije,
A sanitary Raiment nblch brought
J). 25 last year.
AT 75c, Tho same qunlity ss above in white,
Unixbud In the same good style. Not
a weuk point in them,
AT $1.0J, White Ribbed, strictly all wool,
faultless In construction and espec
ially auspted for warmth and wear;
full regular made value all In the
cloth- no fancy finish. We will stake
our reputation ou the worth of this
AT $2.50, Very similar to above, only a little
finer gauge Yaeger colors, at our
own price, not a dictated figure. You
cannot buy a finer garment than
this, no matter what price yjupay.
AT $1.25. White Ribbed Cashmere made of
the finest lamb's wool; the best thing
we carrv this year, wus worth $1.76
CHEAPEST IRON BED3 IN
Isotico is hereby given that auc
tion sales will be conducted daily,
at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m., in the store
of C.W. Freeman, Jeweler, corner
Penn avenue and Spruce street.
The sale is positive and no goods
are reserved. Proceeds will be
applied to liquidate creditors'
JOHN E. LEWIS.
Manager for Creditors.
W. L Douglas
$1 OaJOG" IS THE BEST.
WnUka NO SQUCAKINd.
FRINCHA EMAMEUD CALF!
4--5.J FINE CALP& KANQARD1
3.5 P0LICE.3 Soles.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
ttj.jL r W- U'DOUGLAS,
r4wT BROCKTON. MASS.
Von can save money by purchasing U . L.
Because, we are I lie largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, sud guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices aud the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy tilting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every,
where nt lower prices for the vulue given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, wc can. Sold by
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICTCLKS AND 6POETINO
fkser, Qendron, Eclipse, LovslL Diamond
Ifjiy be hidden Imperfectlr by cosmetics and
powders, but can only be removed pirms
HetssTs Supsrior Face Bleach
It will positively remove Freckles, Tan;
Moth, Maliown, and euro any diseoaes ot
the skin, such as 1'lmples, Acne, Hlaek
heads, oUlness and renders the skin soft an4
beautiful. Price 1 per bottle. Cor sale at
ISO Lacka. Avew SeraatoiwCv
LADIES' UNION SUITS are very popular
we nave tliem in Kliibed Cotton.
Ribbed Wool, in white, black and
natural, in several different grades.
ONE GREAT SPECIAL in Fl-oood lined, cor
rectly sized; a gi"at poi.it, at sue
very low prico ot S1.00 each.
ONE SFECIAL for tho Babies, Misses, Boys,
Youths nnd Yeuug, Ladles, Natural
Wool, fine clear quality, Shirts,
Pants and Drawers. Siz -s. 10. 18, 20,
2', 24, 20, 2K, 8a 32, 83. Prices, 15c.,
20 25c, ;0?., 35c. 40c, too., 6Ta,
Mc, 0-ic, Last year's prices, 25-!.,
88c, 87c, 45c, 50 j., tie., 05c, 70c, 76c,
SPECIAL IN HOSIERY
FOR LADIES. 50 donn fast black Cotton
Hose. Hermsdort Dye, neavy weight,
specially adapted for a Fall and Win
ter Stocking. Price, Wc.
FOR MEN at the same price. 50 dozen Nat
ural Wool Half Hose, good weight
and Bplondld quality. Lost year's
Opp. Court House.
Atlantic Refining Ca
JIanatacturers and Dealers
niamlnaUng and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Naptuai and Ga6
lines of U grades. Axle Qas
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com.
ponnd ; also, a large line o Pa
raffine Wax Candles.
We also bandle tbe Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in tbe market
WILLIAM MASON, Managn
Office: Coal Exchange, Wyoming Ave.
Works at Pine Brook.
Yes, sir! We
have a special
iet here to 116
you who doe
. nothing else.
Sit right dowu
. Us A O " "
f I F f I and have your
1 F II eyes fitted in
a scientifio manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
to 1 tnd 2 uommonmlth Bli'j
Hade at the MOOSIO and KUSH
Lifflln & Band Powder Oa't
ORANGE GUN P0WDEB
Electrlo Batteries, Puses for explod
ing blasts, fcafety Fuss and
ftepaunoChemical Co. 's High Exploalvei
. , i
ESTABLISHED 1866. 86,000 IN C8V
Instrumrat i In every sense of the term aa
BExoo t?onainiuhollina- their original fulne3S
'NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, Ko. 80 Fifth
115 Alams Ave. New Telephone Bdg
There are a great many cards,
iphlets, circulars and other
advertising matter constantly being
distributed among the public.
Not everybody has a taste for read'
ing. Iaveyour printing done in an
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's attention by some
thing catchy and rarely seen. '.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
is able to please you in every