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2 THE 8CUANTON TIBUNE-SATUEDAT MORNTKO.. MARCH 9V 1895.
TALES OF TOMTOMS
Kews of Interest to Readers Up and
Down the Vulfey. v
COMING BASKET BALL GAME
Mr. and Mrs. Voight Eatertaln-An Im
portant Real Estate Transfer-New
Business Enterprises MIsecllune.
ous Motes, Personals, Etc.
Plttston, March 8. The game of bas
ket ball between Company C, National
tluard of Pennsylvania, of this city,
and Company C, National Guard of
Pennsylvania, of Scranton, will take
place at Armory hall tomorrow (Satur
day) night. The contest Is for the state
championship, and the winner will be
awarded a handsome medal.
Mew Bakery Firm.
The store belonging to the Reap es
tate, and occupied by Theodore li.
Urltlgan. was today re-arranKed by
baying the old front replaced by a new
one of modern style. Mr. Urltlgan has
entered Into partnership with John
Wasel, and will embark into the bakery
and eating room business. Mr. Masel
has been for some years engaged in
the bakery business, being formerly
employed by Hess, the Scranton baker,
and of late has been engaged by D. M.
Evans, of the West Side. 1
An Enjoyuble Evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Volgt entertained a
dumber of friends at their home" on
Broad street last evening. A very
pleasant evening was enjoyed and
dainty refreshments were served. The
following were present: Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. William
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. William Bossurd,
Wr. and Airs. Evl Kyte, Mr. and Mrs.
George Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Ter
iwtlliger, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hawk.
Property CbanKes llunds.
The property of the Adams estate,
ituated -on Parsonage street, was on
Wednesday last transferred to Mrs.
Zimmerman, mother of Mrs. Corry
"vVllsun. The property has been in a
dilapidated condition for some time and
has been an eye sore to the people living
In that vicinity. The present owner In
tends to repair the house and Improve
Ihe property generally.
George G. Brooks, the shining legal
light of the Electric City, was in town
E. B. Patterson, who has been con
fined to his home by rheumatism for the
past few days, was able to be out again
Rev. D. M. George, of the Congrega
tional church, will address the nwn's
meeting at the Young Men's Christian
association Sunday afternoon. Subject:
Whole Heart for Christ."
Bible training class tomorrow (Sat
urday) evening at 7.30 at the Young
tMen's Christian association. Topic:
'Results of Baptism of the Holy Spirit."
W. L. Hess, of Wilkes-Barre, was in
George B. Reap, who Is an aspirant
for the chairmanship of the select coun
cil, is a man whose ability befits him to
hold such an honored position.
C. H. Loveland. of the Electric City,
was a visitor in town today.
All regular subscriptions to the Scran
ton Tribune will be received at our local
offlee. Xo. 8 South Main street.
Miss Agnes Reilly, of Ashley. Is visit
ing Miss Margaret Price at her home on
J. W. Pellis, of Scranton, was jn this
City today. '
Mrs. J. Morrison gave a dinner party
to her lady friends yesterday at her
home on Cornelia street.
Ewen, Xo. 10. Barnura and Central
breakers, of the Pennsylvania Coal
company, will work next week. All
others In this vicinity will be idle.
W. S. Umpleby, of Sayre, formerly of
this place, Is very 111.
All complaints of non-delivery of The
Tribune should be roported at our local
office. Xo. 8 South Main street.
Erie and Wyoming Valley Railroad
company pay tomorrow (Saturday.)
Superintendent O. L. Houser, of the
Lehigh Valley Railroad system, was a
Visitor In town today.
Care should be taken In selecting a
competent person to fill the office of city
clerk. Joseph O' Boyle is a young man
with no political aspirations and has
all the requisites necessary to attend to
the duties of that important office.
Mrs. Joseph Van Looden, of Ann
street. West Side, is ill.
Al. Field's minstrels attracted a fair
audience to the opera house this even
Ing. Although there were some extenu
atlng features about the show the exhl
bltton was marked by much of an un
erdone character that gave one a tired
. . . . .
A-'W. Baker will remove to Blngham
ton on- April 1, where he will open a
Jewelry store at 8 Main street. '
A. B. Smith, Jr., was confirmed chief
engineer of the Montrose fire depart
ment at the last meeting of the coun
Cards are out announcing the coming
marriage of Soarle MoCollum, -son of
Justice J. 'B. MoCollum. of the state
rbeamatlc gout, or any gouty or rheu
matic affection whatever, has its surest
remedy in the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt.
There's nothing so successful- in clear
ing out the excess of uric acid In the
blood. That has been proved in hun
dreds of years and in thousands of
cases at Carlsbad. ,
So with any of the aliments brought
on by sedentary habitsdyspepsia, in
digestion, perverted nutrition, consti
pation, Carlsbad cures them, and cures
But the best way is to prevent them.
A little Carlsbad Sprudel Salt taken
"when you suspect any trouble, will
keep your stomach and liver and bow
els and kidneys in perfect order."
! Take only the genuine imported
. Carlsbad Salt, solidified and bottled at
the Sprudel Spring, with signature of
"Eisucr & Meadelson Co., Sole Agents,
Jitw York,'' on every bottle.
supreme court, to Miss Pauline Lusk,
of thlB place. The happy vant will
occur, next Tuesday, March 12.
The members of Company O, Na
tional Guard of Pennsylvania, regret
the resignation of Colonel Ripple,, of
the Thirteenth regiment.
Charles Alney, of New Mllford, Is
moving his household goods to this
place, where he will reside the com
ing year. He wll study law with his
brother. District Attorney Ainey.
The roads In the country will be im
passable If the thaw continues. Snow
drifts are from Fix to ten feet deep.
Miss Winnie Frazier, who was one
of the typhoid fever sufferers of last
full, has Just got strong enough to at
tend to her duties in her millinery store.
A special meeting of Montrose Hose
company. No. 2, was held lust night
to take action on the resignation of
their foreman, G. W. linker, and to
prepare for their coming reception.
A member of the town council in
formed The Tribune reporter that the
town would be lighted by electric lights
the coming summer.
Hon. George II. Rowland died at his
home ut Itowlunds Thursday morning
at the nge of 61 years, funeral will be
held from his late home today. Mr.
Rowland Is the futlier of O. L. Rowland,
cuptutn of Company K of this place.
II. A. Benson. Abe J. Stone, Mrs.
Frank Mauley, Mrs. M. K. Kelhim,
Scranton, und William Grills, Carbon
dale, were at the Allen House yester
Mis. W. M. Gardner was in Scranton
Whitney Bros, brought their omni
bus or us It Is better known "Bus for
the Erie" Into use again yesteruy. Evi
dently it has not been allowed to run
during the winter as it appeared in
bright and handsome new coat of paint,
as did also their baggage wagon.
A. O. Tolley and William Elk have
purchase the stock of shoes, etc.. In
Watt's Shot store, Curbomlalg. Mr.
Erk will soon move from his home near
Honesdale and conduct the business
of the firm in Carboiulale.
The high drifts of snow In the or
chards surrounding Honesdale ore Just
commencing 'to damage the trees. As
the snow melts and settles it weighs
down the branches and even breaks off
Journalism In Honesdale does not lag.
The Saturday Issue of the Wayne In
dependent made its appearance at noon
The Odd Fellows' rooms In the In
dependent building are Hearing com
pletion and soon will be a handsome
and well finished lodge.
Wilkes-Barre Record: Wyoming coal
can go to Philadelphia over the Belvldore
und Delaware from Phllllpsburg. If JuiUe
Packer had only leased the North Pe:m
before the Reading did, what an advan
tage it would have proven to the Valley?
The statement of the Jersey Central rull-
road for January oompared with the
same month last year shows:
(Jross earnings $552,432 Dec. $4l,C.D
Expenses 005, ,9i Dec. 2M'-9
Net earnings $24G,35 Dec. $15,3M
New York. March -8. The sub-commit
tee appointed by the anthracite companies
to report statistics as to the capacity of
the different companies were not ready to
report today to the general committee
meeting and accordingly the meeting was
postponed until net Tuesday. In the
meantime the sub-committee Is complet
ing Its labors. Its report will present
statistics of the different companies for
the past two years' and from them It is
upposed the general committee will ar
range a basis of percentage of operations
for the different companies. The work
of the general committee Is to be subse
quently reviewed by the presidents before
final aotlon is taken.
First Vice President Hartshorn, of the
Lehigh Valley, who returned on Wednes
day from a visit to St. Louts, when ques
tioned as to the probable action of his
company, said that having been absent for
several days he was not perfectly familiar
with the situation, but, so far as his com
pany was concerned, he did not believe
that It would accede to Reading s demand
for un Increased pro rata, if It was U)
ents a ton or only 10 cents a ton. The Le
high Valley, he said, could send all of the
coal originating on its lines to New Yerk,
and thus gain the K-nellt of the longer
haul. If the dealers on the line of the
Reading wanted Lehigh coal they would
have to pay the difference of the in
creased pro rata.
Apropos of the Reading's recent noti
fication the Interesting fact Is recalled
that a number of years ago, prior to tho
Interstate commerce law, the Reading
Railroad company suddenly advanced the
freight rates on Lehigh Valley coal 20
cents a ton. At that time the officials of
the Lehigh Valley railroad took no ac
tlon, but Instead of sending its coul over
the Reading's tracks It sent nearly all the
output destined to Philadelphia over the
Pennsylvania railroad. The falling off
was so great that the Reading company
soon rescinded Its order and established
the old rate. The Lehigh Valley company
will. It is thought, see that Its customers
get all the Lehigh coal that In required In
that city, and when it Is absolutely neces
sary it will pay the advance In tolls.
President Wilbur's comment on the
Reading railroad's threat . follows: "It
looks as If the Reading Railroad company
does not care' to supply dealers on thler
lines with Lehigh coal, and that they arc
Indifferent to the kiss of thn large ton
nage we have heretofore given them at
East Peng Junction and Kethlehetn. Our
propoVtldn of the rates upon these short
hauls Is so small that this action on tho
part of the Reading, so far ns it diverts
tonnage from the.lr roud, will lie to our
advantage by reason of tho longer haul
and better rates In carrying It to other
markets." President V llliur further said
the Lehigh Valley had not taken nny ao
tlon In the matter yet, and he did not
know what would be done, as ienenil
Traffic Manuger John Taylor is out of
The Philadelphia Record Is loyal to the
Reading In Its new attitude. It says
"The ability of the Rending both for
enormous production and for easy trans
portation cannot be excelled The grade
of the Heading road Is so favorable that a
locomotive can bring down as many load
ed cars as It can carry back empty; there
fore, the greater quantity tuken to mar
ket, the greater must b the prollt over
that of y competing road. The bud
faith shown by other producers has
caused the Reading to take the decided
step that It has to compel the award to
It of a larger percentage of the total out
put, as well as to bring ubout some rella-
blo agreement concerning the preserve
tlon of a proper schedule of prices. The
end of Ihe whole business must be very
materially to the Interest of ths Reading
Philadelphia Inquirer: The first result
of the Heading's new attitude In regard to
local coal shipments Is a drop In tldo-
water prices. The Jersey Ceneral and
Lehigh Valley sell between 600,000 and 750.
000 tons of coal In the Reading's territory.
and as they do not Intend to lose this ton
nage they mtint sell It In competitive mar
kets. Wlthift the last day or two prices
have weakened badly. The circular price
for stove coal In New York is 13.60, but
sales have been made right along us low
as t3.49 by the companies, and some con
cerns have gono even lowr. These fig.
ure were for freshly-mined first-class
standard cool. Rut, how the Lehigh Vul-
ley issiUd to te selling as low as 13. IE. and
some other companies are reported to be
making transactions at 13.20 and S3.2G.
These are war prices. At )3.16 tho Lehigh
Valley gets $1.26 for transportation, which
is but little more -than cost, while the coal
operator gets I1.S9 for his coal, which Is
less than cost. If these prices tire to con
tinue not one anthracite company in the
country ran earn a dividends and only
two or three can earn their nxed charges.
The situation Is thut of war, anil It is easy
to see that It will grow worse before It
STOCKS AND BONDS.
New York, March 8. The features of
tho share speculation today were the
great strength and activity of Ameri
can Sugar and the heaviness of tho
railway list. American Sugur figurid
for 96,000 Hhares In a total of 224,000 for
tho entire list and the stock advanced
almost steadily from 6l to 9H The
railway list was heavy and depressed.
The general market displayed a little
more tlrtnuess in the closing dealings on
uceount of the strength of Sugar.
The runKe of today's prices for tho ac
tive stocks of tho New York Block mar
ket are given below. The quotations are
ftirnlshod The Tribune by U. ilu It. Dim
nlck, tnanuger for William l.lnn, Allen &
Co., stock brokers, 412 Spruce street,
O'pn- High- Uow- Clos
ing, est. Ht. lug.
Am. Tobacco Co tti VS Vi
Am. Cot. Oil SI MS 1:3 ZJ
Am. Sugur lti-'s Co. u 'Mi WVi Wis
A loll.. To. & S. 3 S fc
Can. South -18 4H'.ji 4S 4S'a
('lies. & Ohio Ill HI . 10 HI
Chicago (Sun 71'i "I!1-; 7l'i Tl:Vi
Chle. N. w US, B('
Chic, U. & u W W7"
C. I'. C. & St. 1 85',a af.'.j 3r,'a Sfi'ii
I'blc, .Mil. St. P... !i5 Cw't, Mt M
Chic., H. 1. & P lii K!' Ul'-j IUV,
lelawuie Hud l'Jti VM 133'-i 121
1., 1,. & W IDX'i lf,!H 1554 H.H'11
1 lHt. & C. K K V- 12 l-'i
Uen. Kluetrlc LVu I44 2Ul, 2i
Lake Shore 13G7 1ST.', 134' l4Mt
Louis. & Nash 4S 4M'a 47',;, 47',
Muuhuttan Kle His 1us 107Mi 1U'"
.Mo. 1'uclllc I'll ai I'J'a W
Nat. Cordage 6i fiT fr'i
Nat. l.emi m am,,
N. J. Central M'j Sii1-. 81 N4
IS'. Y. Centrul !I5 tti W'-i tll
N. Y L. K. & W K' Hi 7H i"i
N. Y., 8. & W Vi'.j 12'.. 12'j, 12',
N. Y., S. , 1'r... :t7'.i H7'-l 37 37
Out. & Weal Iti'g HHii li.'i 15",
I'htl. ft Iteuil V, V. 7 "ih
Southern It. it H7 S"t, 97i
Tex. 1'aclllc H M, Mi
Wubush n'.j C'i, f.'j fi',j
Wabash. Pr 13 13 124 K
WvM. I'nlon .Sti'i K7 M, 7;,
CHICAGO BOARD OK TRADK PRICKS.
O pn- High- Low- CIoh
WHJ2AT. lug. eHt. est. Ing.
.May r,l' d;v M f.l'
July 03 C'j-' 0." O'jU
May 20 29'i 29 29l
July -7h 27- 27 27,
May 4'. 4.",i 4,". 45'i
July 44T 45 44'i 43
May (i.ti2 COS G.V0 6.(u
May 10.S.1 ll.(K) 10.W 11.00
July 11.0a 11.17 ll.w) ll.UD
Scranton UourJ of Trade Exchange
Shs. Val. STOCKS. Bid. Ask.
1 Crystul Lake Water
20 (0 Dime Dep. & Dls.
Hank 02 50
10 100 First Nat'l Rank OuO
G loo Flint National Hank
20 100 Green R'ge Lum'r Co 110
100 100 Lacka. Lumber Co... 110
5 100 Lacku. Trust & Safe
Deposit Co 150
D 100 M. & M. Savings
Punk (Curbondale). 140 225
10 50 Providence & Abing-
ton Turnpike Co.... 85
10 I'M) Scra'n Savings Rank. 200
10 100 Scru'n Luce Cur. Co 75
5 100 Scruntoii Forging Co 100 110
S.1 lmi Third Nat'l Hunk.... 3,!
6 loo Nat'l Boring & Drill-
ing Co., Pr 100
4.i 100 Thuron Coul Land Co .... W
50 I'D Truders' Nat'l Bank 120
40 100 Dickson Mfg Co ltM
3 loo Scranton Bedding Co .... 104'i
11 loo Scranton Axle Works .... 100
5 f"0 Scranton Glass Co 500
' 500 Econ'y Steam Heat
St Power Co 500
3 loo Dickson .Mfg Co lo5
30 loeo Scranton Trac. Co 950
1 100 i Carbondule City
School Bonds 110
York New Produce Market.
New Y'ork. March 8. Flour Very-
steady. Wheat Dull, firmer; No. 2 red
store and elevator, SH-c; afloat, 004a
tio'.jc. ; f. o. b., utfi.iutivV-.; ungraded red, 57
attfc; No. l northern, uivuw2c. ; options
closed firm; Murch, 58V.; May, 5V.;
July. 59'ac. : August, 59c: September,
ijo'sc; December, 02ic Corn Quiet,
stronger; .no. z, baiMi'jC. elevator; w.ju
51Vic alloat; ungraded mixed, 49,ia51c. ;
steamer mixed, 4aM..u50Hc. ; No. 3, 49u50c.;
options were strong; .May, 49Vc.; Jul,
4'J'ic. Oats Dull, firmer; options firmer,
quiet: Murch and April, 33'ic; May, 33'ic;
No. z wnile .Murcn, ilii-V'.; April, i'jc. ;
spot prices, No. 2, lii'-tc; No. 2 white, 31c;
No. i l Men go, W.4C. ; ,no. a, j."ac. ; ino. 3
white, 3"ic. ; mixed western, 34u34',e. ; white
state and western, 37aiic. provisions
Quiet, unchanged. Lard Qulot, un
changed. Butter Quiet, easy; state
dulry, Hal&fi.; do. creumery, old, lOaltic;
western uuny, sauc. ; uo. creamery, new,
13a2oc. ; do. old, Duljc; do. factory, 7alzc;
rolls. 7al3c: Elglns, 10..a2oc.; Imitation
creamery, Hal Ic. Cheese Firm, unchanged.
F.ggs Lower; stale, Pennsylvania ami
western, 17ic; duck, 35c; southern, itia
Philadelphia Tallow .Market.
Philadephlu. March 8. Tallow Is quiet
and steady. We quote: City, prime, in
hhds, 4',a4'ic. ; country, prime, in udis,
4' v.; do. dark, in bids, 37u4c; cukes, iJ,a
4'ac ; grease, 3'a3-V
Plttsburr. March 8. OU opened and low
est, loti; highest unit cioseu, los'i,.
RE POUT OF THE CONDITION OF TIIK
at Scranton, In the State of Pennsylvania,
at the close of business, Aiarcn bin, ltwi:
Loan nnd discounts . $1,436,774 61
rivnnlrafts secured und unse
cured 2S9 74
IT. S. Bonds to secure circula
tion ... 80,000 ro
Pramlumi on !'. 8. Bunds !M3.
Htucks, securities, etc 290,555 M
itinikiiiu- house, furniture and
llxtnres 28,074 40
Iiiia from National Banks (not
Reserve Agents) 12,GM( 50
Due from State Banks und
Hankers 10,079 77
lion from unproved reserve
agents 240.541 51
Checks and other ensh items.,, fi.iiKK 81
F.xchaliKHB for clearing house.., 8.7:19 34
Notes of other National Banks, 2,100 00
Fractional niiDnr currency.
nickels and cents 953 84
Lawful Money Hussive In Bank,
Hueclo JKm.Mli 37 .
Legal tender notes... 40.500 00 147,415 37
Redemption mud Wltn IT. M.
Treasurer (5 of circulation).. S.C00 CO
Dim from L. 8. Treasurer, other
than 5 redumption fund 4,000 00
Total $2,207,900 !0
Capital stock paid In $200,000 00
Surplus fund 200,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 72,350 P0
National Bank Holes outstand
ing 71,800 TO
Due to other National Bunks... 25,743 SO
Due to Statu Bunks and Bunk
ers v 21W sr.
Dividends unpaid 520 50
Individual deposits subject to
check 1,829,2113 M
Demand certificates of deposit.. 6,370 Ml
Certified checks 2,5n jsj
Cashier s checks outstanding, ., 75 til
Notes and bills redlscounted.... None
Bills payable Nono
Liabilities other than those
above stated... None
Total $2,207,000 10
State or Pennsylvania, County of Luck
I, WM. II. PRCK, Cashier of the above
named naiiK, ao solemnly swear that the
above statement is true o the beat of my
Knowledge aim ueiiei,
WM. II. PRCK. Cashier...
Subscribed and sworn to before; me this
7th duy or Marun, nrao. . 1
, SAM'L W. EDUAIt, Notasy Public.
Correct Attest :
HENRY UEL1N, JR.,
UEO. H. CATL1N,
wants or all kinds cost that
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE!. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHARGE! WILL BE LESS
THAN St CENTS. THIS RULH AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADJ. EX.
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTBOTWHICH
AIU INSERTED FREE.
Help Wanted Mai.
SALfcBMAN WANTEU TO SELL THIS
Hauld Dish wnshsr to the wholecHls and
retail trade. Wtabai and dries the dishes In
wo minutes without wett uir the ntutsrs: Siu
H week snd all expenses. Easy putition; no
nsru worn: oun inuxe saw a wnu, Aoaresa
W. P, HAHItlsoN UO., Clerk Mo. 14, ( o
WANTED STKONU-, W1LLINO HOY, TO
lesrn nluiubinfl trsds: ubout 10 vumrs of
una. Call at 4 o'clock today. 113 N. Main
ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
tions; 11 monopoly; big money for sautus; uo
oupltal required. KDWAKDC. F1HI1 CO.,
tJorucn lllouK, cuiosgo. 111.
UALEHMEN - HKHIDENT SALESMEN
..... ill. Ik. 1 1 1
f-' wuuvru, Huuunuuuu wiw iub lucni aim
ntarby Urufj untl grocery traJo, to tmndla our
reforuncm, J. EDWAKD t'UWLES Co., 143
uuiiiuerHsii'Hut, N. 1 .
Helo Wanted Females.
VI r ANTED FOR tiihke Days-youno
juuv lul niieoiul omee worn; must us
good writer. Addruss Hox lav, PustoUlce,
10MHON PIOEON8 OK DOVES WANT-
V li: liuv hlvliHst mnrkut iirli'.ii. J. W.
KULl'OHD, CU, a, N. Y-
"Wl HOOD AUF.NT3 WANTED TO SELL
liquid t'loclricity, the great germ and
microho duHtruyer; good for man or beast.
Sample sunt to any address, 25c. Agsnts'
terms on application. Address M. wEL-
i-iutoBi ilMiiulucturor, Plttston, 1'a.
WANTED - AN ACTIVE,
v worthy reuresentatlvai $10
weekly iruarantued: stste uice slid ifarticulars. Ad
dress J. B. MliEPP, i020 Chestnut St., Phila
AUENTH-OITR MEN ARE MA KINO $25
to S120 uer week. Send for truofs Fuat-
est sullnr in existeuco. LYON HY.ti.it II. R.
CO., Uoiheu, lud.
JENEKAL AOENTS WANTED-BELL-VI
Iiik new aiticles to dealers: excluaivo ter
ritory, no competition, uo cupitul required;
2U0 to IWOpcr cent, profit Columbia Chemical
Co., 00 Dearborn st., Chicago, 111,
AOENTS MAKE 110 DAILY SELLING AL
umitium novelties; uew process silver
ware; bar goods; big line, the now, Wonder
ful metal; delivered free: sample in velvet
lined case. I0c; catuloiciie free. ALUMINUM
NOVELTY CO., aii Hroadway, New York.
AOENTS-lTlN DETSP ATENTTjN I VEiT
sal Hair Curlers aud Wavera fusfd with
out heat), and "Pyr Poiuted"Hair Pins. Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par-
ueuiara. jiuurrm jr. v. out 190. new lorn.
7 ANTV D ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
' handle our line, no neddlimr. 8alarr.
$75 per mouth and expenses paid to all. Uonds
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, 0308,
Wanted To Rent
I 'ANTED TWO ROOM 8 SUITABLE FOR
f music studio and s esuinc room, with
good faintly; central location; references ex
changed. Address MIHS L. LOUISE HAB-
DEnBEROH. 437 Wyoming avenue.
X)U RENT A LARUE, FURNltiHED 10-
room nouao 111 the country : thirty miu-
utes drive from Glen burn; a barn and plenty
of fruit on the crouuds. M. S. KNIOllT, 209
CUerry street, uuuinore.
OFFICES FOR RENT-MODERN, CEN
tral: uood torms toa lavrver with lams
library. D. B. REPLOOLE, m Spruce.
HALL FOR RENT-MONDAY AND SAT
urdav eveulnas vacant: terms. 11.00 uer
night for lubor orgaulzatlous. D. H. REPLO
OLE, 40S Spruce.
F'OR RENT THE PHOTOURAPU OAL
lery formerly occupied br C. L. (trlfUn.
including rooms for housekeeping i:w Wyo-
uiiog avenue. iiiab. bttibAUCK.
IOR RENT-BRICK HOUSE OF NI.NE
1 rooirs, from April 1st, 418 Vine street
Amilv tn I. M. HOKTON. 3 ('omiiiniiwltli
I 'OR RENT A LARUE, 4-STORY BUILD
i luo-atlUI Fraukliii avenue: suitable for
wholesale business. CAKSON & DAVIES,
"l.OR RE.NT-llRicK WAREHOUSE WITH
V elevator on I).. L. & w . switch and West
Lackawanna avouua. Scranton Stove Work'.
'OR RENT FURNISHED AND UNFUB
nished rooms at 506 Lackawanna avenue.
..I, 1 1 1 V " n. titv f . . . . . . it..,1..,. nmnm
jn nc.i 1 01 a nui'a not nr. v .1 w r. n 1
La-kiiwaniia avenue. Address THOMAS
E. EVANS, aear 1132 Luterne, Uydo Park.
'OR RENT-NICELY FURNISllEn HALL
sultnblo for lodiro rooma, JOHN JF.lt-
MYN. 110 Wyominu ovennn.
'OH HALE FARM OF ONE HUNDRED
and fifty acres, situate two miles north of
Waverly: has on it larse residence and tene
ment house, and three burns; bus to be (old to
ttl estate. M.S. KNIOllT, administrator,
20V Cherry street, Dun more.
JROPEKTY FOR SALE ON WASHBURN
street, corner of Bromley avenue. Price.
(2.200. MATTHEW PHILLIPS, 1741 Summit
4 A SHARES TRADERS BANK STOCK
-H for aula Money tu loan oil mrtrtirajrit.
A. D, Dean, attorney, 3-0 Washington eve.
1A9H MEAT MUKINI-SS FOR 8AI.K
1 Profits fllfi to 140 we klr. ate barxaln.
Address "H.," Tribune ofllre.
"l'OR SALE ON K.XC'EEDINOLY HODKrT
J ate terms, mv house and two lota of laud,
(I.'IOxISih, No. 1727'Washinnton avenu. J. H.
F!S)IEIi, 32 Waahlnston avenue.
Horse at Auction.
p M. COBB WILL HAVE AN AUCTION
I aalu of 40 head of horses on Tuesday,
Mareu 12, at I o'cluek sharp; has on baud 14
head for nrlvato sale; horses inu.t be as
rniiresenteil : stahles SM Raymond court.
Notice to Contractor.
FonrsT Cixr, Pa.. Marrh 7, IfHJ.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED roit '1 HE
rreetlou of a rlnireh liiilldina for the
Lithuanian Catholic. In Forest lily, from
now until April do, iHtXV. The ehuroh uffli-iale
rasorre the right to rejset any or all bids. Tho
plans and sueeilloations may be seen by apply.
Ins to Anthony Peterson,' Foreit City House,
Forest City. Pn.
OST-A LIUI1T COI.OItCI) YOBKHH1RK
i dot: answers to eaine of "Dude." Any
Information as In hie whereabout will be le
w.rdedatSU Mifflin eve. ENOCH PAUF.
1 MAYOR'S OrYif e.
flualiviH U. klMM..H ft tunl
XTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN haT
Is otirsuatirs of a ruifiiutluu of Heleet Coun.
etl. appr vsd Mareta 7, IMi). a special election
will be held at the usual pleees-for ygtln to
the Sixteenth ward, lieou Tuesday. Ihe iiOtli
day uf ilareh, lMWi, for the purpose of eleutln
one Bel.ct Councilman to serve for the unex
pired term eudlnf the first Monday in April,
Ikon. (SlgntKU ,W. UOONNKlL Mayor.
Money to loan.
TO LOAN ON LACKAWANNA
county real eatat. I). B. RKPI.o.
OLE, attorney, 4118 Spruce .treat. .
WE WANT AN ENBHUETIO BUSINESS
inau to buy In bulk a pew article of
household and ireneral use and put it up, In
packaeee, for the trade and for canvassers;
very large proms; universal demand; very
little capital necessary; chance to do lares
business. Address P, U Boa W bU Paul
N TcNEnuETio YOUNO MAM TO IN-
Test tJM) cash lium'diatelv. thus aecur.
ing position at lit weekly, security and In
terest ou the amount, which will be refunded
end uf contract. Those ineaniug builueaa only
addr.se P. O. Drawer tar.
onnolly & Wallace
With Organ Pipe Backs.
XSKsrWe claim our goods to be superior in style, finish and workmanship to any
other line shown in Scranton.
The variety of weaves in both Cloth and Silk is so great that we can supply the
most exact demand. Interlined with hair cloth or fibre chamois,
PRICES FROM $5.00 TO $35.00.
SILK WAIST PATTERNS
Immense line to select from. Special prices rule for a few days. '
31c. TO $1.25 PER YARD.
E WILL clean Ingrain and Brussels for 3 Cents
scoured by the Latest Improved Process.
can't please you.
TOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATAN
Is application will be made to Ihe governor
of Pennsylvania, on March 23. A D., 1895, by
T. R. Huguus, H, li Reynolds. E. L. Marrl
mau, John W. Wuruer. J. H. He ward. A.
L, Francois, C. CouisKys, Th in is Moore, V.
O. Roland. W. P. Bolanl. Dr. 8. P. Loiik
street, Edward Franklin aud John R
Kelly undur the Act of Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled
"An act to provide for the I:. corporation and
regulation of certain corporations," approved
April m. 1874, aud thu supplements thereto.for
the charter of an intudtd corporation to
be called "The Suburban Building and Loan
A.sociatlou, No. K," the character and object
of wnu h I. to accumuls e a fund by the peri
odical contributions of its members, which
sha 1 be loaned to thn highest bidder anions
its members, to enable them to purchase
homesteads, or other real estate, or for their
use aud investment in any lawful
business, and for these purposes to
have, possess, and eujoy all the rights,
benefits and privileges of said Act of
Astcmbly and its supplements.
COMEUYs & REYNOLDS.
f administrator's Notice.
INSTATE OF AMELIA. DOUOE. LATfc OF
J the city of (Scranton, deceased.
Letters of administration, C. T. A., upon the
above named estate haying been granted to
the undersigDed, all persons having claims or
demands against the said estate will prevent
them for payment end these indebted thereto
will please make Inimediute payment to
JAMES C. UHIFFIN. Administrator, C.T.A.
BE ALE, Attorney for Estute.
1 ANE R1EFSNYDER BY HER N:XT
f I friend, James Ready, vs. Thomas Rief
snyder. In the Court of Common Pless of
Lackawanna county. No. It November term,
The Subpoena end alias subpoena In divorce
in the above esse having been returned "uon
est inventus," you. Thomas Riefsnydur, are
hereby notified to be and appear at the next
term of Court of Common Plets of said county
to be held in the eity of Scranton. on the -iln
day of March. lC9j. to answer to the plaintiff s
complaint in the above ca.
F. 11. CLEMONS. Sheriff.
WILLARD, WARKF.N & KNAPP, Aitor
neys for lilwllant.
culved at the office of the City Clerk,
Scranton, Pa . until 7.A o'clock p. m , Thurs
day, March, 14, lMki, to rnnstmct sewer sys
tem Section U, in the Thirtei-ntli Sewer dis
trict, together with ths necessary branches,
lusiiholes, basins, lamplioles, receivers, fix
tures and appliances pertaining thereto.
The said sewer system is to be constructed
on portions of Went Lackawanna avenue,
Fairmont avenue. Chestnut street, Lafayette
street, Brown's Placo, and tho court runninK
southwesterly from Urown's Place, in accord
ance with ths plans a'ld specifications tlloj in
ths office of the city clcrv.
Esch proKsal shull be accompanied by ca'h
or certilled check In the sum of one hundred
dollars, which sum is to bo forfeited to the
city in case of failure to exacuto a contract
If awarded the same
Til" eity reserves the right to reject any and
By order of City Councils.
M. T. LAVK.LLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa.. Mnn-b 4. IV
MRS. FENTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
Phrenologist, 412 North Malu avenue
For a short time only.
70UL1) LIKE TO CORRESPOND WITH
v some party d'airlng to esll milk route.
Addross JOHN FOS l'ER, care statiou agsut.
Skinner'. Eddy, Pa.
1 AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH EX
1 hibitiona and lertuie upon any subject d.
sired. These exhibitions will bo Illustrate I.
hiiving tu my possession the most powerful
uissoiving etureopiK-ons uiauo.
E. 11. CALL, Tribune Office.
VrOU WANT THIS RELIO - REPRINT
I Frank Leslie's Illustrated Week.y War
illustrations isoi-istio. two volume rnnn,
I6 (p0; payable monthly. fS.in. Delivered by
express complete, rrupaiu. Auuiess r. u,
MOODY, tils Utbson street, Scranton, Pa.
dlank pooks. pamphlets, maoa-
I) sines, etc., bound ur rebound at Till
TnistiNI orlice. Wulck work. Reasonable
Notlc to Taxpayers.
'PHE BOARD OK APPEALS ELECTED BY
i City Councils to hear ai peals from city
assssiiiunts for thu year 1816, will hear ap
peal, at tlieoll'.ci of Ine City Clerk, Municipal
Huiining, rrom tno nixcii, rourtevntu, i.isii
tee nth and Nineteenth wards, on Thursday.
Marcu urn, uv; uours, v to 13 a, m. and n to
y ordor of Board nf Appeals.
al i. imvlllu, Lierx.
Scranton, Pa., March 7, lHi.
SITUATION WANTED A YOUNO LADY
i 7 would like a situation t sew at dresKinsk
Ing In a shop: has had experience. Address
"11. B.," 1411 Price street, city.
riOLORED WOMAN WANTS WASHING
y and ironing to take home. Address 4x7
CITUATION WANTED BY YOU.NO MAN
O as grocery clerk or any honorable em
ployment; good referenda. Box( 1U2, Old
VtrOMAN WANTS WORK TO DO WABlT
' tug or cleaning offices or scrubbing,
AddressT'J. C," 1 S. Main avenue, city.
A MERICAN LADY. EXPERIENCED. AM
iv bilious and trustworthy, wants position
In store, office or receptions!. "B. U. C,"
V71DOW. LIMITED INCOMK, REFINED,
' good uispoaitiou, wanii uoine ae notue
keener or waitress where one servant la kept
mow u" i riuune.
hJITUATION WANTED FOR WAftHINO,
' Ironing or cleaning by the day; washing
taken home also. Call or address 'L U.," DUi
Nortu Humner avenue, Hyde Park,
era r m i ni ft
W ashburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many pate
rons that they will this vt-ar hold ta their uklusJ etutoxa
of milling STRICTLY OLD Wll EAT uutil the new crop
is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, und
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 three
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above other
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuekles, Washers, Riv
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup
plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT - STEEL - HORSE - SHOES,
Aud a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheel,
. Hubs, Riuis, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc,
WHITE PINE-OLD GROWTH DRY.
Will it interest you to know that we have just
placed in stock over a milliou feet of , and 5 4
Old Orowth, Thoroughly Dry, White Pine ?
We can guarantee it First-Class Stock aud can make
Prices That Will Pleasantly Surprise You.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufaoturars of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. -'
QencreJ Offke: SCRANTON, PA.
SemeWM seeds t tellable, ssoathlr, retnlatlne medlelnt. Oalf titrates gat
UepeCMtdiugsaheuldeeBsee. . ltraawsnttkebssKtel
Dr. Foal's Pennyroyal Plllo
Tber are ereaipt, sale a4 eertaln la leselk The seaelne (Or. Feel's) eerer etasa
nelat, Beataaasre,ll.lM, Addiesi fBafc UMUOUB Oe., CleTelsed, 0. .
For Salaby JOHN H. PHELPS,
Sprue Street, Scranton, Pa.
i u lis vsuuuu u vy;
per yard. Rugs and Carpets
Give us a trial and see if we
602 and 604 Lack. aTt,,
Pharmacist, Cor. Wyoming Avanua and)
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