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THE SCB ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 7, 1895.
TALES OF TWO PinSTONS
News of Interest to Readers I'p and
Down the Valley. .
THE GREAT CURLING MATCH
Curlers from Yonkors Will Moot Local
Clubs West Plttstou Wants More
Lights for Less Moncy-Tcrro
Cottu Chimney Causes Fire.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Plttston, Ta., Feb. 6. There is a
movement on foot among the enter
prising citizens of West Plttston to or
ganize a new gas company that will
furnish light to West Pittstonlans at
a rate much less than It is already
furnished by the present manufacturers
who have the monopoly of the gas
lighting system of our town. The peo
ple feel the imposition of being obliged
to pay $1.90 per cublo foot when the
WUkes-Barre gas companies only
charge their patrons J1.00 per cublo
foot; Scronton citizens pay but $1,30
for the same measure, while the rtfople
of the suburban hamlet of Kingston,
where hardly one-third of the amount
of gas is consumed that Is used in
West Plttston, are fumlshel the same
at $1,35 per cubic foot. Over $2,000 has
already been subscribed and more will
soon be raised to place West Plttston
in an independent position in her light
David Evans and his class from the
Welsh Congregational church enjoyed
a sleighride to Mill Creek last even
ing, among whom were the following:
John Robers, WII) Evens, Frank Evens,
David Evens, Ebe Evens, Will Proby
on, Edgar Probyon, Miss llattle
Owens, Miss Mary Buckley, of Plttston;
Miss iHamnali Evens, Miss Maggie.
Evens, of Platnsville; George Evens,
ailss Thabltha Howell, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Evens. Theyf were enter
tained at the home of Mr. and H. M.
Overheated Vluo Causes a Fire.
Fire was dlcovered this morning at
9.30 o'clock In a house iloeated on Dela
ware avenue, just beyond the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western railroad. An
alarm was rung in from box 74, to
which the West Plttston, Niagara and
Eagle Hose companies promptly re
sponded. The conflagration was oc
casioned by an overheated terra cotta
chimney which set fire to the Joists
of the second floor and followed to the
roof, where It was quickly extinguished.
The house is owned by W. C. Truck
and was occupied by John Wyckoff.
Considerable damage was done, which
is fully covered by insurance in Charles
The Trinity guild meets at the home
of Mrs. Merrltt, on Wyoming avenue,
Today Is the last day on which ob
jections to candidates may be tiled and
corrections of the official ballot made.
All regular subscriptions to the Scran
ton Tribune will be received at our
local office, 8 South Main street.
General Secretary B. F. Armstrong,
of Kingston Young Men's Christian as
sociation, is confined to his home on
Wyoming avenue with ulcerated sore
John, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Brando, of Exeter, died of pneu
monia at the family home this morn
ing. Interment at West Plttston ceme
tery Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
All complaints of non-delivery of The
Tribune should be reported at our local
office, No. 8 South Main street.
The committee of arrangements of
the Mechanics Hose company will meet
at their rooms Friday evening to ar
range for their fair, which will soon be
An F.njoyablo Sleighride.
The exceeding cold weather of last
evening did not check the ardor of our
enthusiastic pleasure seekers. The fol
lowing enjoyed a ride to Scranton,
where they were welcomed and warmed
by friends: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coun
cilman, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. MacDonald, Mr. and Mrs. William
Sharps, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hartman,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haston, Mrs.
Dlvely, Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs. Gardner,
Messrs. C. B. Smith, Edward Rhod
rlck, Harry Weaver, Misses Bertha and
Laura Morris and Miss Edith Sweet.
Last night was the coldest of the sea
Bon. The mercury made a desperate
effort to reach the bottom of the ther
mometer. The temperature indicator
at the bridge registered eight degrees
below zero at 7 o'clock this morning,
while at the Junction It fell to ten de
grees below. Oregon Heights Is the
coldest place in this vicinity, mercury
touching a point fifteen degrees below
zero at 4 o'clock. At 8 o'clock It was
till seven degrees below at the hos
pital. Two rinks of the Yonkers Curllnpr
EVERYTHING SEEMS WRONQ
to the dyspeptic. The world is upside
down; the times are out of joint; he's
ready to turn his back upon his best
Now, the thing that oftenest is wrong
"With dyspeptics, is their choice of a
remedy. There are drugs and medi
cincs on the one hand the Carlsbad
Sprudel on the other. They can't both
1c right; there's too much difference
Ha their methods and in their results.
Carlsbad the waters of the Sprudel
jSpring at Carlsbad have been curing
dyspeptics for hundreds of years. Cur
ing them. No remedy in the world has
Teen so thoroughly tried and proved,
in all digestive disorders, stomach
troubles, lack of appetite, or perverted
.nutrition. Add a little of the genuine
Carlsbad Sprudel Salt to the first turn
blerful of the water if you desire lo
increase its purgative action.
Do not be imposed upon by unscru
pulous dealers who will sell you a
linixture of Scidlitz Powder or Glauber
ISalt as "Improved Carlsbad Salt," or
"ArUticial Carlsbad Salt," "German
Salt," or other names. . Insist upon
the genuine article, which must have
the signature of "Eisner & Mendelson
Co.j Sole Agents, New York," on every
club arrived in the city at 9.12 this
evening and registered at the Wyoming
Valley House. The curlers will com
pete in the international curling .match
to be held tomorrow on the river Just
below the lower bridge. The first game
will be played at 9 o'clock a. m. be
tween the Yonkers and Pleasant Valley
clubs. At 2 o'clock In the afternoon the
visitors will meet the Plttston club.
The visitors are as follows: Edward
Thomas, president of the Grand Na
tional Curling club; Robert Kellock,
Robert L. Stewart, J. T. P. Stewart,
John Feazler, John Gremmer, G. W,
Teene, Thomas McVicar and George
SKATED IN HER BARE FEET.
Curious Freak of an 18-Year-Old Ken
By the United Press.
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 6. The Post
gives an interesting account of a pretty
8-year-old girl who created a sensa
tion at the East End Skating park yes
terday, where she was watched for an
hour by a score of men in addition to
other spectators as she glided about on
the Ice. She was a graceful skater, and
every movement was Delsartean in its
perfection. It was not lier grace and
beauty that attracted the men. It was
her bare feet, which gleamed in and out
beneath her skirt as each foot was
thrust gracefully forward. The foot
was such a one as described by Du
Maurler In his "Trilby." The coloring
was perfect, and now and then as the
wind switched her skirts the glimpse
of a perfect ankle, and, sometimes,
even the swell of a shapely calf was
It was this that attracted the men,
They wondered that the cold did not
make her suffer, but It seemed unno
ticed. Her mother finally appeared,
and, after much cheerful persuasion
and a little force, the girl was Induced
to remove tier skates, don her shoes
and stockings, and leave. With her de
parture the crowd rapidly dwindled
DI N MOKE DOIXGS.
Lost, between Green Ridge street and
the Erie and Wyoming Valley trestle,
a butcher's cleaver. The finder will
be liberally rewarded by leaving it at
G. W. Potter & Son's meat market.
One of the most enjoyable entertain
ments that have been held In town for
some time was the "Evening in Japan"
at the Presbyterian church Tuesday
evening. It was a success financially.
The ladles in their Oriental costumes
looked like real Japanese ladles, and
the boys who peddled oranges and ba
nanas, and the whole interior of the
rooms, with their curious decorations,
served to turn one's thoughts to scenes
In the Sunrise Kingdom. Boiled rice
was eaten with chopsticks, which
caused much amusement.
Fred Russell, who has been 111 nt
his home, on Blakely street, is able to
Pride of the Valley castle. Knights of
the Golden Eagle, will go In' a body this
evening to South Scranton, where they
will, In company of many other cas
tles, enjoy a smoker with the South
Scranton castle. Every member of the
Pride of the Valley castle is requested
to be present.
Barre Coal company have been ordered
on urn uma ior me remainder of the
The Dirkson Manufacturing company
have received an order for three lurno
passenger locomotives for the Delaware
and Hudson railroad.
"Pennsy's" superintendent at Altoona
denies that his men's wages are to be re
duced. The eight-hour shopmen will re
sume on a ten-hour basis next week.
Lehigh Valley mine runners, near
Wilkes-Barre, to the number of 1,500, have
won their strike, and returned to work at
Prospect, Oalcwood and .Mklvale collieries.
The report that the Lehigh Valley nail
road company contemplates a radical re
duction in its subordinate official forco
Is pronounced wholly untrue by Vice Pres
Frederick J. Kimball, president, and
Henry Fink, were yesterday appointed re
ceivers of the Norfolk and Western rail
road on order of the 1'nlted States cir
cuit court for the western district of Vir
ginia, at Richmond.,
The Lehigh Valley Railroad company
Intends stocking the trout streams of
iiradfon, Sullivan anil Wyoming counties,
of which there aro many, also all streams
emptying Into the Susquehanna, with
black bass and other fish.
The coal tonnage of the Rending Rail
road company for the week ended Feb 1
amounted to 222,50ft tons, against 177,072
tons In the same week Inst yenr, an In
crease of 45,432 tons. Prior to last week,
for the fiscal year to that rtute, the com
pany reported a decrease of G.201 tons, so
that on Saturday lost the company's ton
nage was 39.227 tons greater than for the.
same period the preceding year.
It was recently said that "the cheek de
livered last week In New York to Thorn m
A. Mclntyre for 12,UOO,nOO and some odd
thousands carried with It the largest
transfer of a sum of money by cheek ever
known In a commercial operation In lids
country, iiossllily ever known In the treas
ury department, and some of our bank
ers think It may have been the largest
single check ever issued anywhere In tho
world." The largest check ever drawn In
this country and possibly In the world
hangs In the office-of the treasurer of the
Pennsylvania railroad at Broad street sta
tion, Philadelphia. This cheek was drawn
June 7, 1881, by John I. Taylor, treas
urer of the Pennsylvania Itnllrond com
pany, for $14,949,002.20 In favor of H. P.
Kidder, Charles M. Catting, Henry I.,
Hlgglnson, Charles P. Ilowditeh and Will
lam1 Merlat, Jr., committee In payment
for tho stock of the Philadelphia, Wil
mington and Baltimore Railroad com.
pany. It attracted much attention at the
World's fair, where It was shown In the
Pennsylvania Railroad company's ex
hibit as "ine iarauti check ever drawn In
the United States."
Tha following paragraph from the Phil
adelphia Inquirer Is Interesting rhlelty
for it Inaccuracies, one of which la the
assertion that the Pennsylvania railroad
contemplates a rut In freight rates. That
the railroad officials have unequivocally
denied: "The uncertain attitude of the
Pennsylvania railroad on the coal freight
question arotines great apprehension In tho
anthracite trade. Evidence Is said to bo
In existence that agents of the Pennnyl
vanla have offered stove coal at a deliv
ered price that would net the producing
company but 11.96 Vt the mines, provided
the full regular tolls were paid. It Is fur.
tlier said that If a large quantity Is taken
the price will be made such as would
leave but 11.70 for the mining company,
It is, of course, Impossible for any one to
ay that the freight rate has been cut, be
cause the coui Is sold delivered, but either
the rate has been cut or the coal com
pany Is selling at an absurdly low price,
As the Pennsylvania controls the coal
company, It makes no difference to the
railroad company whother the rate Is cut
or the price of coal Is cut, as It amounts
to the same thing In the long run, and of
course it means absolutely no difference
to the buyer. The disorganised condition
of the trade is shown by tho fact that tho
Pennsylvania will take 11.90 for stove,
the highest priced coal made, whereas the
Reading is refusing to sell pea at 11.40.
The other companies are apprehensive
that the Pennsylvania will make an open
cut, -anil, as slated before, it Is claimed
that some hint ot this has been given,"
Pittsburg, Feb. . Oil opened and low
est, 103; highest and closed, 1W.4.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
New York, Feb. . Speculation at the
Stock exchange was especially dull today,
the sales of stock amounting to only 111.-
4f2 shares, against 107,843 yesterday and
168,000 on Monday: The decline Is dlrectily
traceable to the delay in the bond issue.
Still the market holds well for the rea
son that the street is firmly convinced
that the negotiations for the-placing ot
the bonds have been successful and that
all that remains Is to announce tho details
of the deal. Sterling exchange Is weaker
and under heavy offerings by houses sup
posed to ne in touch with the bankers
handling the new loan, posted rates were
reduced c. to $4.8714 and $4.89. The ro
newed activity on the part of friends of
tho railway pooling bill In the senate en
couraged the bulls somewhat, although it
Is doubtful whother anything can be ac
complished at this late hour. London
added to the bullish feeling by Its purchase
of St. Paul, Louisville and Nashville and
some of the low priced issues, The recov
ery In com and wheat also had a good ef
fect. The gain In prices ranged from Vt
to 19 per cent. In the last hour there
were realizations and the gain noted was
partially lost. Norfolk and Western com
mon fell to S and the preferred to 13'4
on the appointment of receivers. Tho
market closed steady with prices any
where from 4 to ?4 per cent, higher than
on yesterday. At a late hour posted rates
of sterling exchange were restored to $1.88
and S4,89'i. Actuul rates wero $l.87V& for
sixty days, $4.S84u4.8S;i for demand and
$4.8ia4.S9!i for cables. One of the largo
foreign houses understood to be heavily
Interested In the proposed new govern
ment loan wero the buyers of bills all day.
The sum of $700,000 gold was withdrawn
from the sub-treasury by the Merchants'
National bank today. It Is understood
that gold will not be shipped to Europe.
In the last hour there were realizations
and the gain noted was partially lost.
The market closed steady with prices
anywhere from U to per cent, higher
than on yesterday.
The range of today s prices for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mar
ket are given below. The quotations are
furnished The Tribune by G. du n. Dlm-
mlck, manager for William Linn, Allen &
Co., stock brokers, 412 Spruce street,
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lnp.
Atch., To. & S. Fo... i 4 4 4i
Am. Sugar Ke'g Co. S2'a 8Si 92'i 3H
Chic, Mil. & St. P... GO", 07 Stl'i M'
Chic, K. I. & P tOS 4 l.
Chic, B. & Q 71". 723 71' 72
Chic, & N. W JUST 97V4
Can. South 49 49 49 49
dies. & Ohio It!"; .17 16i Jtri
Dial. C. F. Co 9'4 94 ll'i
IX, L. & W 1U0 lfiO'i 100 lWi
Con. Electric 29i 30 2ts 29H
Jersey Central 88'i 89 8S'i m
I.ouls. & Nash 62-; M 02 ly'js
Lake Shore 137 138i 1378 1381,
Manhattan Ele 1077 ltiS'i 107'i lOS'i
Mo. Pacific 22 Sl 217, 1:2
Nat. Lead 30! 3 31 29i S04
Nat. Cordaxe 4 4'4 414 4"j
New England S0' 30S SO 30
S. H 10 10'i 10 10'i
Ont. & West 10Vi Ki'i 16 10
Phil. & Read 8i l"'a 9S4 l'W,
rnlon Pacific 9'i 9:, 9'i 64
W. & St. L., IT 14 14 13i K
West.' Union " Wi 884 M'4
C. O. R 74'i ?,V, 74U 74',
A. M. T 9"'i 90 9T.4 , 90
U. 8. G 20U 20'4 20!i 20'i
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Op'n- High- Low-Clos-WHEAT.
lug. est. est. ing.
February W" G0; BO-i 004
May r.:l'j 04 04
July D4'i 55 Cits 05
February 27 27i 27 27-li
May 29 Sil'.j 28i 29'j
July 27'i 27"s 2T"'s 27?3
February 43 43 43 4.1
May 44 4:.'i 4:1-i 4:,'j
July 44 45i 45 45" j
May 6.C5 6.C7 C.C2 6.07
May 10.07 10.22 10.02 10.20
Scranton Hoard of Trudo Exchange
ShH. Val. STOCKS. Bid.
73 100 Allegheny Lum'r Co
4 Crystal Lako Water
CO 100 Cent. Penn. Tel. &
20 00 Lime Dep. & Dis.
Bank C2 00
10 100 First Nat'l Bank COO
6 100 First National Bank
20 100 Green U'go Lum'r Co ....
100 100 Iacka. Lumber Co... 110
0 100 Lnrkn. Trust & Safe
DepoHlt Co 110
C 100 M. & M. Savings
Bank (Carbondule). 140
10 GO Providence & Ablng-
ton Turnpike Co.... 85
G 100 Scranton Class Co
10 100 Scran Savings Bank 200
2 100 Scra'n Jar and Stop
1 100 Scra'n Axle Works
10 WO Scra'n Lace Cur. Co
0 loo Scranton 1'orglng Co 100
00 100 Spring Brook Water
25 100 Third Nat'l Bunk.... 350
G 100 Nat'l Boring i drill
ing Co., 1'r
40 loo Thuron Coal Land Co ....
80 00 Scranton and l'otts-
vllle Conl Co
200 GO Scrnnton Trae. Co
00 PJ. Traders' Nat'l Bank
00 100 Bonta l'lato Olass Co ....
G 000 Scranton (l4iss Co
2 GuO Econ'y Stenm Heat
& Power Co
New York Produce Market.
New York, Feb. C Flour Unlet and
steady. Wheat Fairly active and firmer;
No. 2 red store ann elevator, Gil&c,; afloat,
5!l'ie.; f. o. b 0S'jS09-V; ungraded red.
57a00c; No. 1 northern, 07l,in(17:c. : options
closed firm at !iiV. over yesterday with
a fair rtnde; May and July most active
No. 2 red February, 07-fie.j March, DSe.
May, f,9c; June, 09Ue.; July, 09'ic; August
09c. Corn Dull and stronger; No. 2, -18a
4N',ic elevator; 49al9c. afloat; uiiKradeil
mixed, 48li,e.; steamer mixed, 47a49'ii:
No. 3, 4c?Sa48c!!4.; options wero more ae.
live an strong at lUalSfce. advance; Feb
ruary, 48',V.; May, 49Uc; July, 49',ic Oats
Dull and llrm; options .firmer, quiet;
February, 33nc.j March and muy, 33'4o.;
spot prices, No. 2, 8314a34,4c.; No. 2 white,
3ia:iVic. ; No. 2 Chicago, S4,i; No. 8,
33V4e.; No. 8 white, 30'ic. ; mixed western,
3ta35',ic. ; white state and western, Ofla
40'4c. Beef Inactive and unchanged
Beef Hams Dull. Pried Beef Dull,
steady. Cut Meats Quiet and steady.
Lard Quiet and stronger; western steam,
6.90, asked; city, OftiuiHc; February, $il.S3,
nominal; Muy, $7, nominal; refined, llrm;
continent, $7,110; South America, $7.60; com
pound, GaO'ic. Pork Dull and steadi
ness, $11.25011.75. Butter Quiet, fancy
stefldy; state dairy, 10nl8c; do. creamery.
13a20u.; Pennsylvania do., 13u20c.; west
ern diUry, lOalOc.; do. reamery, 14a24c; do.
factory. 8al4e.; rolls, 8al4c.j Klglns, 24c;
Imitation creamery, iitaigc; June cream
ery, lla20c. Cheese Quiet, unchanged.
Eggs Firmer; state and Pennsylvania, SI
a.'l2c; refrigerator, 20a24e.; westorn fresh,
aOii.HiVic.: do. per rase, $3.0VaG; southern,
9n30c; llmrd, 18a21c.
' BAD BLOOD.
I brm bun
year with SnrtlpelM,
Uken doctors' nMdlointe and
pstrat mwliolnie ot most all
kinds, bai twi mimJ to io
is any gooA I finally mt
IU1DU u ITT
Id, tTWC0., l
Stories That Well-Known People
Like (0 Recall.
The Learned Professor a Truo Philan
thropist Ms Humane Methods
Charles J. Mutch, of No. 99 South
Division street, ButlTalo, says: "For
tho past 20 years," said he, "I have
suffered terribly from dyspepBla. I
could not eat scarcely anything, and
at times was unable to even retain
water on my stomach. When I ate,
the food seemed to He in my stomach
with a hot, burning sensation. There
was a pain on my right side that caused
mo Intense agony. Usually within four
to six hours after eating I vomited my
food, when tho pain in my side would
stop until hunger compelled me to eat
again. I was troubled with dizziness,
was very nervous and my whole sys
tem was so run down that words can
not describe how I felt, I had four
doctors, besides trying every medicine
I ever heard of and spondlng hundreds
of dollars without receiving any bene
fit. Just one month ago I began using
Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure. I did not
have much faith in it, but my friends
who had been cured with his remedies
urged me to try It. The first few doses
Improved me so much that I contluued
taking It, and am now thoroughly
cured. I have a good appetite, can eat
and digest any kind of food and am in
excellent health. My friends are great
ly surprised at tho change in me, as
they did not believe I would ever be a
well man again. I owe it all to Mun
Munyon's Homeopathic Remedy Com
pany, of Philadelphia, put up a cure
for every disease. No matter what the
disease Is or how many doctors have
failed to cure you, ask your druggist
for a 25-cent vial of one of Munyon's
cures, and If you are not benefited your
money will be refunded.
With Munyon's Remedies, every one
can doctor themselves.
Sold by all druggists.
WANTS OF A LI. KTNDH COST TttAT
UIIC1I. WJIRM PAin BYlIt. TV Aft.
VANCE. WHEN A HOOK ACCOUNT
in MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 26 CENTS. THIS RULE) AP
PLIES TO SMALL, WANT ADS. EX.
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
UUI ICIDUUi JbLf tf JtUblti.
A OK NTS IN EVKKY (STATE ON SALARY
i V uml eoniiniftNinii. Aironti nmlflnir to
I.HJ weekly. KUKKKA CHEMICAL & II'F'U
CO., La Crosse, is.
WaN'tT U - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
VV lmudlo our lino, no peddling. Snlarr,
1 75 per mouth and expenses paid to all. Uoods
entirely new. Apply taik-My. P. O. Box, SJUS,
CALE8MKN RRSIUEKT SALESMEN
O wunted. acmtutntod with the luetd and
iienrby drug and grouery trade, to hundls our
line ot hliih grade cigars. Address, iclvlng
references, J. EDWARD COWLE3 Co., 143
t'lisinlierHhtreet, N. V.
Helo Wanted Females.
A DIES WAKTKt) TO WRITE AND DO
J llitlit work at home. Sift weekly : no ran-
vsKKiiui: none! itaum MRS. E. E. MERCER.
l.ttKU M. BERRY. NURSE GRADUATE
J1 MilliTral nir School, Belleruo Hospital.
York. IIXiO Mont ty avenue, city
I AM NOW PRHPARED TO FURNISH EX
I lilbitiorii and leettt e upon any ruliinut de
sired. Tuene exhibitions will be illmtrstel.
liarlnK In my nowtetuuon the mint powerful
(UsBolvmu at'jrcopticotm made.
v u I'll I T.ikNn. nffl
VoiJ WANT THIS RELIC - REPRINT
I Frank Leslie's Illustrated Week y War
Illustrations IKtil-lmVi. Two Volume Folio,
tniui; paynhle monthly, fci.lO. Delivered by
express ruinplntH, Prepaid. Aildies P. O.
MOODY, UlHtiibson utreet, Serautuii, Pa.
iilank hooks. Pamphlets, maoa-
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Timi:i;m: ollieo. Ouiek work. Reasonable
I'Olt KENT A LAItUE, 4-KIUKV Mlll.U
ingatlUi Friuiklln avenue; suitable fur
whnleanle business. CAKSON DAVIES,
TOlUtENT-lllUcK WAREHOUSE WITH
I' elevator on D L. & W . switch and West
Lackawanna avenue. Scranton Stove Work.
SUPERIOR MODERN HOUSE; AVENL'Jt
JONKS, ail Spruro.
I.XIR RENT-FUUNISIIF.D AND UN PUR-
iiinhed rooms at Lackawanna avenu.
1,'OR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
1 Lackawannn avenue. Adiltw 'J 110MAS
E. EVANS, aeor llici Ltiaorne, Hyde Park.
l70R REN T-N H.'KLY Fl' RNISH Klfn A l.L
I' aiiltubln for Iwlito rooms. JOHN J Lu
ll YN, 1IU Wyoming uveiiUH.
IXR KALE CHEAP-BAY HORSK.SOUND,
1 not afraid uf care or atvani; lady ran
drive bur; ran trot in ktiaJ; also vood set,
nearly new hnrnce, aleiali. roliea, boll, eta
Inquire office Dr. Reeves, 41S Spruce street,
I OST-A SMALL DIAMOND PIN OP
I I lovetV knot dpniitn auppoaed to be lost
b'-twnen Wilkes-Burro and Hcrtitnn: finder
will be lllierally r. wardei by returning tbe
same to Tribune oflloe.
I F IN NEED OF SOUABS FOB PATIENTS
L we are large brovderof theru.
HAKLAM'H, 118 Cliff atreet.
Dissolution of Partnership.
JANi'Anr 1st, iws.
'THE BUSINESS HERE l Of OKE CARRIED
1 on under the firm name of Hodmlon A
Moalwr, Is tlile day discontinued. All accounts
for nr asalnrt aald firm will 1m settled by K
U. Moahr. We b( to announce that the
biialnena will lie rarrled on under the Arm
nnuie of Kosher tt Coleman.
L. R MOM1F.R,
' J. W. B. COLEMAN.
rU'EN FOR ENGAOEMENT PRACTICAL
J picture frame Joiner, mat uiaKer sua
gilder; thoroughly conversant with every de
Kill nf the mistneea; W years' experience: com
petent to take charge. Addroa "PICTURE,"
Trlbuue oflloe, eltyj , 4
W ANTED BY A RESPECT ABLR YOUNQ
lady, position as cashier or clerk. Ad-
dreaa ' CAHHIEK," care ef Tribune.
ANTED SITUATION As TKAV'ELINO
salesman, bookkeeper or alilpplng cum,
rholeaale house; butt of reference and
Ave years' experience, ' Address -HAL,"
Philadelphia Tallow Marker.
Philadelphia; Feb. .-T11ow la dull and
unchanged. We quote: City, prime, in
hhda, a4H! country, prime, In bbls, 4a
4tto.; do. dark, lu bbl. Sc; cake), 44Ci
Connolly & Wal
In Our Cloak Parlors. The Most Elaborate and
Ever Shown in Scranton.
NIGHT GOWNS, SKIRTS,
CHEMISE, CORSET COVERS, DRAWERS.
Materials are the best to be bad and tbe workmausbip is of tbe bigbest possi
ble order. Tbe advantages of tbis sale to you are evident, when you consider
tbat prices are about one-third less than usual, and our entire Cloak Depart
ment is devoted to the display, where you can take plenty of time in making
CONNOLLY & WALLACE, 30Cou8A0rlousvrue
THE SCRANTON BEDDING CO., 603 &XZ.Amm'
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
Tho Ore at Blood Purifier and
200 DAYS' TREATMENT, $1.00
And will Pofitivelr eure all disease arising
from IMPURE BLOOD, BUCH AS
Rheumatism, Kidney Disorder,
Liver Complaint, Sick and crv
ouh Headache, Neuralgia, Dys-
ftersiu, Fever and Ague, Scrotu
a, Female Complaints, Erysipe
las, Nervous Affections, Catarrh,
and all Syphilitic Diseases.
E. M. HETZEL, AGENT,
330 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Call and Get Circulara.
It Day. Vf 4?
mr. untai aoth Day.
proxlurre the above reanlta In 30 ilaye. It arti
powerf uIIt and qun kly. Curoa wbtn all othen tail
YouQumeu will regain thutr toet mantiood, and old
men will recover tbeir youthful vigor by uainu
KKVIVO. It quloklrandaurelyrentortMiNervoiu
nua, Lobt Vitality, Impotuucy, Nttfbtly UulKlonc,
Loat Power, Falling Memory, Waiting I)lcasc. anil
all effMta of eolf-abuau or exceoaand ludliioretion
which unnU one for aiurly, bimlaeaji or niarrliga. It
not only curua by atarting at tbe neat ot dlaeaoe. but
Is a great nerve tnnle an.l blond builder, bring
lnf back tbe pink fflonr to pato rbeeka and re
glaring tbe Are of youth. It ward off Jnunitr
and Coniuniptlnn. Inal9t on baying RF.VIVO, nc
ether. It can be carriad in vr-st pocket. By meil
H 1 .00 per package, or ! tor SS.OO, with a poal
tive wrlttea guarantee) to enre or refunt'
' be money. Circular froo. Addreae
0YAL MEDICINE CO.. E3 Rivor St., CHICAGO. ILI
Vet tale ky Matthew Broa., Drnl'
, Scranton . Fa.
STILL IN EXISTENCE.
The World Renowned and Old Reliable
Dr. Campbell' Great Magic Worm
8ur and Tea.
Every box gurrante! to give eatlafaction
or rcouoy refunded. Full printed direotlona
from a child to a grown pnit'.n. It la purely
vegetable and cannot positively harm tbe most
tender infant. Ioatat on having; Dr. Camp
bell'; accept no other. At all Di ugita, Uic
BotJTH SrRAKTON, Pa, Nor. 10. 1694,
Mr, O. W. Campbell-Dear Hlr: I have
civen my boy, Freddie, 7 yeara old, aome of
Dr. Camplieir Magic worm Sugar and Tea,
and to ray anrpriae thin afternoon about 4
o'clock be paaaed a tapeworm measuring
about Si fnot In length, lioad and all. 1 have
It In a bottle and any peraon wtahing to aee
It can do ao by railing at my alore. I bad
tried nnmerou other remedies recommended
for taking tnpewornie. but all failed. In ray
eatlmation Dr. Oaniplwll'e ia the freatoet
worm remedy In eitatnre.
Your varv reanectfully,
FRED HEKFNEit, T32 Beech St.
Note-The above la what everybody aay
after onoe uilng. Maunfacturoil by U w.
Campbell, Lanountor, l'a. Buccoaaor to Dr
John Cam pboll Bon.
W. L, Douclag
8EN0 F0H CATAlMVa
Yea cae eave
eaey by pnrcaaalaf W. ta
Uauglae ahaee, , , .
Benin, we are tbe Urf eat manufactorer of
adverUied hoe In the world, and guarantee
the value by tamping tha name and price
rleea for the value Etven
any other make. Take no iibtttui. Ji year
dealer cannot aappiy you, w caa. awtany
nan njuinem va ii jtn nrniaviB win ata-ainH man
price and the middleman' profit. Oorahoe
equa euatom work in tyle, ensy nttlag ana
wearing qualUlea. We have them aold every
where at lower niice for tha value Etven than
MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY
TO our patrons:
Washburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many pate
rons that they will this vear hold to their usual custom
of milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop
is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers are
of the opinion that it is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will take
no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully threo
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above other
b ICON MAKERS'
1 HolTlFast , SU,ES-
V I Steel Ccn- I IW fl Till All
1 tered, Self- ' r
V Sharpening, .J I
Dptiirh.thle f I U U L U
We have the following supplies of lumber secured, at
prices that warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade :
Paclflo Coait Red Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" and other Michigan Brands of
White Pine and White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White and Norway Pine Lum
ber and Bill Timber.
North Carolina Short and Long Leaf
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Rails, Mine Ties, Mine
Props and Mine Supplies in general.
THE RICHARDS LUMBER COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH BUILDING, SCRANTON, PA.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
is DMda rellablt,
uepueiiarugaiasuia aeaaw, u;a.iiiaiuiii,H
Dr. Poaro Pennyroyal Pilla
Tier are wrestst, aaia er.it eertala la renlt. The leaalM (Dr. Peal'i) aerer alaaaa
elat, SeataiurwBeta.lt.eO. Aaaree. rati aluioua Oetelana, O.
For Saleby JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruce Street. Soranton, Pa.
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
Alio a Full Line of
Juniata County, Pennsylvania, Whlta
Sullivan County Hemlock Lumber and
Tioga County Dry Hemlock Btockl
Elk County Dry Hemlock Joists ui4
General Office: SCRANTON, PA
aaenthlr, rernlatln nedleln. Only hamlea n
Pharmaclet, Cor. Wyoming Avenue mni