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THE F CI? ANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 1, 189G.
124-126 Wyoming Ays.
Will Place on Sale the
One lot 46 In. black Serge worth 50c,
Leader's Price, 32c
One lot 48 In. black Serge worth 65c,
Leader's Price, 49c
One lot 46 In. black Henrietta worth
Lender's Price, 49c
One lot 52 In. Broadcloths In colors,
Leader's Price, 49c
Special reductions In our ladies' and
One lot Coney capes 30 in. long, lined
throughout with satin, worth $8.00,
Leader's Price. $4.37
One lot Electric Seal Capes, lined
throughout with satin, 20 In. long,
full sweep, worth 115.00,
Leader's Price. $9.98
One lot French Flannels worth 40c,
Leader's Price, 24j
One lot Ladies' Flannolette Skirts
Leader's Price. 25c
One lot Men's Flannolotte Night
Shirts, extra long and full width,
Loader's Price, 49c
One lot Men's Merino Seamless Halt
Hose, were 19c,
Leader's Price, 10c
One lot Men's fine Neckwear, worth
Leader's Price, 39c
One lot Mens and Boys' fine Un
laundrled Shirts, double front and
back, sizes 12 to 17, worth 50c,
Leader's Pries, 37c
Special reductions in Ladles' and
One lot Ladles' fine Lisle Thread
Hose, Onyx fast black boots and
opera tops, worth 3'Je,
Leader's Price, 24c
Special reductions throughout our
Complete assortment of Ladles'
Evening Uloves In 12, 1C, and 20
button lengths, in every available
New arrival of Ladles' Men's and
Misses' Dress and Walking Gloves.
NELSON JHNGLEY, JR.
Something About the New Republican
Leader on the Floor of tho National
llouso of Representative.
McFarland, In Philadelphia Record.
Nelson Dlngley, jr., commonly called
Governor Dlngley, because lie was gov
ernor of Maine twenty years ago, is
recognized In Washington as the ablest
man in the house alter Speaker Reed
and as having more information about
public questions and the facts behind
them, especially those of llnance. In
cluding the tariff, than the speaRer
' Those New York newspapers which
send exploring parties of young men
down here to discover congress every
two years do not seem to understand
Governor Dlngley's position In the
house much better than they do some
other things In Washington. One of
them published the other day a photo
graph of Representative Soreno E.
Payne, of New York, and labeled it
'The Financier of the Republican Par
ty," but I suppose he never heard of
Senator Sherman, much less of Gover
nor Dlngley. However, everybody who
knows congress knows that Governor
Dingley has no superior as a linancler
In either branch unless It be John Sher
man. " Tho Mont .Modest of .Men
Governor Dlngley Is one of the most
modest of men. This modesty of his
Is one of the reasons why he Is not as
well appreciated by the country gen
erally as by his colleagues In congress
and his neighbors In New Kngland. He
Is the last man In the house to do showy
things. He never "played to the gal
leries" or talked for "buncombe," and
on the contrary he has sat quietly by
while other men did it on Intellectual
capital which they borrowed from him
without Interest and without hope of
He never speaks except for the pur
pose of informing or persuading the
house and only at what he regards as
the command of duty. But as he sits
In his seat or in his study at his hotel
his colleagues will come to him for Ideas
and for Information which they need
for use in debate or in soeechmaking,
so that if all the speeches he has thus
made by proxy were placed to his ac-
i.u.ii h .v'juk, iis.miu iiiai jic nils
ie most nrolifilc man In conerrpRs.
His Hcinnrkablo .Memory.
ie generosity with which he has
distributed to the necessities of
his modesty. Of course, he
of abundance, for a remark
ory is one of the dlstiuguish-
aps of bin remnrkublp mlml
Ives OLjtfi nf his wide rendlnc? nml
tile mefSk..i.w n . i .
ffatu'tght before him In com
the fnrfe,e hounn ,lrlncr tho fit.
havAbeen broV hig mentai plBeon
mltteoVi and In tVjred on demand,
teen years he ni.nK encyclopedias"
In pre-pev order K Governor Ding
holes amf are prod ven walkln(T
You hear of''wmlL, and flnanclal
every nowW theiiTLubc f and
ley comes afcnear toV and on the
cyclopedia of Vail politicV. th ,
subjects as anr man in U .itn im
If he was bour,d in rloti,."" "l
shelves of a free public lib1.1".."
formation he carries abouK .. ""J
could not be mope accessifi
man who needs it. '1 he best thi..aoJth
11 IS mai 11 -ii ire in '"""anlil
... whn antra him P1-
He has not accumutoted tnis wr.
-without great industry for no rV
transit to real knowledge has yet bi.
discovered. He is an Indefatigable, dl
pent and constant student or books, af
mtm anil fnrtH or an sunn, lnciuainirRr.
men, and as fresh and keen in such In
nulrv as If he were sn lnmetw or 6J,
He knows how to use his knowledge
effectively, too, for he is shrewd, level
headed and far-seeing, quick to se his
opportunity and equally quick to im
Ills Short-Ramie Debate.
In committee, and especially In th,
... -.A manna awunmtttee. though It
tee on appoprlations and quitV as true
In the committee on banking and cur
rency, he has had no equal in recent
years In the debate at short range,
which goes on In a conversational way
during the private consideration of a
bill. And on the floor.Jn spite of the
fact that he is not a great orator, he
has held his own against all opponents
with whom he lias crossed swords. Of
course. It is not only his sagacity and
dexterity in the use of his arms and
ammunition, but his fine and true per
sonal character, which gives him the
great weight he has with ..is colleagues
in committee and In the house. They
know that he Is absolutely honest. In
tellectually and morally, and they
recognise, too, a confident courage
which stands upon settled convictions.
Governor Dingley is one of the men
who are equally well known as cnrls
tians and as statesmen, without suffer
Ing the slightest touch of that sugges
tlon of reproach which the words and
deeds of some hypocrites brought upon
the phruse Christian statesman a quar
ter of a century ago. This is because, of
course, that he Is a consistent Chris
tlan and therefore an upright states
man. He was not one man when presld
Ing over the National convention of the
Congregailonalists last summer, and
another man when he came to Wash
ington to take his seat in congress
but the same true man In both places.
His Collongnc. Kcspcet Him.
There are a good many men who leave
their religion at home when they come
to congress, or shake it off after they
get here: hut Governor Dlngley Is not
that kind of a man, and he is not only
os regular In his church duties here as
in his home in Lewlston, but what Is far
better, he Is as faithful in his dally
living. And In his case as in every
such case his colleagues, most of them
men of the world, and not even nominal
Christians In any strict sense of the
word, pay him that tribute of respect
which his honest life exacts. It Is easy
to account for the modesty, tho fidelity
and the generosity which have charac
terlzed Governor Dlngley's congression
al career In all his dealings with the
men about him when you know what
rules his life.
Governor Dingley Impresses most peo
pie as being a very serious man and he
Is not a man of quip and Joke, nor
does he spend much time In frivolous
conversation, but he has a sense of
humor and likes a funny story. If It Is
clean and not as broad as it I long,
Just as much as anybody. Rut he has
a grave manner as of a mnn who has
serious business in hand and who does
not look upon life as a Jest. And doubt
less this Is another reason why men
have such confidence In him.
Governor Dlngley is generally sup
posed to be a lawyer and so he Is by
education, for after he was graduated
at Dartmouth college In the clnss of
1X35 he studied law and was admitted
to the bar and ever since he has kept
up his legal studies while much of the
time he has been making law either in
his state legislature or In congress, or
as the governor of Maine.
He Is a Jnnrnnlist.
Rut his profession Is Journalism, for
since 1S56 he has been chief proprietor
and editor of the Lewlston Journal, the
Maine newspaper having the largest
circulation and perhnps the most In
fluence in the state, nnd through all his
political career, which began when he
was elected to the legislature In 1S2, he
has kept his hand on the helm of the
Journal with nil the pride and Interest
which a Journalist feels in his news
paper. Here in Washington he has
been a sort of editorial correspondent
for his paper, which has hnd the ad
vantage of his wisdom and his Infor
mation in Its discussion of public af
fairs. A thorough newspaper man, him
self, he has the kindliest and most sym
pathetic feeling for all reputable news
paper men nnd there is probably not one
in Washington who Is not under obliga
tions to him for some thoughtful nnd
helpful act In the line of their work. His
treasures of Information nre at their
command and so are his accurate and
therefore valuable views of whatever is
going on of which- he has a right to
No man In the house can give a better
Idea to a newspaper man of a given pol
itical situation than Governor Dingley,
and naturally he is appealed to by
newspaper men on all occasions. None
of them. I venture to say, ever ap
pealed to him In vain, when It was pos
sible for him to do what he was asked
to do. And I will also venture to say
that the respect and regard which nre
felt for him by his colleagues in con
gress are shared by his colleagues of the
press. The fact Is Governor Dlngley is
courteous and considerate in his deal
ings with everybody, and everybody, so
far as I know, has the same feeling of
regard and respect for him.
His Personal Appearance.
The governor Is of medium height,
with a scholar's stoop and spare figure,
as vigorous physically as he Is Intel
lectually. He has a well-rounded head
covered with black hair. He has a
short black beard, beginning to turn
grey, and his complexion Is dark, so
that strangers sometimes think he looks
like a Spanish Jew. His eye is keen and
bright and his skin as fresh as a young
man's, and his fine living appears In his
countenance. His pictures, as a rule do
him gross injustice, but that Is because
they fall to give his expression, which
is so pleasing. He dresses well.
Here In Washington he has lived for
years at the Hamilton house, a family
hotel on Franklin Square, where Sena
tor nnd Mrs. Frye and Representative
Houtelle and his daughters and other
Maine people also live In the winter.
Mrs. Dlngley Is here a good deal of the
time and usually some of the govern
or's children, for he has several sons
The governor takes his reereatln In
walking briskly to and from the capltol
every day. Most of his time Is spent In
hard work either at his committee
room or In the house or In his den at his
pleasant apartments. He Is not a so
ciety mnn in any sense and only goes
to dinners when he has to. Hut he
knows everybody of any real import
ance in Washington and is as popular
with the leaders of the Democratic
party as with the leaders of his own
President Cleveland or Secretary Car
lisle would consult him as freely and
as confidentially as they would any
other man in congress and would be as
confident of his patriotic desire to serve
his country regardless of partisan ad
vantage as in the case of any other
public man whatever.
This Is one of the many reasons which
marked him as better fitted to be chair
man of the ways and means committee
by far than any other man in the
Fred D. Lamb, who has been 111 for
nearly a week, is now able to be out
Jerry George and wife, of Hoboken,
N. J., will have charge of the gospel
meeting in the Railroad Young Men's
Christian Association hall next Sunday
afternoon. They will sing several se
lections and Mr. George will address
Mrs. E. F. Wilmot is the guest of
friends in Montrose.
Mrs. Joseph Wesley has re turned
from a visit with friends in Scran
ton. Insurance Agent P. C. Burns has
again Increased his line on the Textile
mill by a large policy written In the
Home Insurance company.
Edward O'I'.rlen has secured employ
ment at the silk mill.-
A Bunrlse prayer meeting is to be con-
- lucted In the Baptist church this morn'
- Master Claude Simmons Is the guest
ids grandparents at Blnghamton,
yes Hutchlngs, our popular shoe
ls moving; Into the building; late-
Janed by U E- Tlffanr
riaiBrorm meeting under the aus
Iv vacan" RaJ'roatl Young) Men's
. atssoclatlon will be conducted
pices of 'ter,an cnrch next Sunday
Christian A .
evening. Mr. Delbert Leese, of Elmlra,
Is exiwcted ta address the meeting.
Thomas Canan and son, William, re
turned on Tuesday from a week's visit
with friends in Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. George Dennis, of Susquehanna,
Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. B. C. Reed Is visiting relatives in
The town council hnd notices printed
on Monday which will no doubt bother
some of the juveniles of our town in
their days sport. The following Is the
way they read: Notice is hereby given
that any or all boys found catching on
or climbing moving trains will be ar
rested by the police and lined accord
ing to law.
The river Is very high at present at
this point owing to the heavy rains of
Miss Jessie Nlcholls is 111.
Joe Rodgers held the ticket at tho
Catholic fair that won the three barrels
Phllo McDonald is fixing a walk to the
silk mill. He snys It will be for the
benefit of the gals.
M. K. Qually visited Montrose on
Miss Fannie Flmmrell leaves for a
week's visit In New York city with Mrs.
James Gannon, of Ruffalo, N. Y., Is
visiting his mother, Mrs. Thomas Gan
non, in this place.
A clergyman In England, pleading earn
estly with his parishioners for the con
struction of a cemetery for their parish,
asked them -to consider the "deplorable
condition of S0.0C0 Englishmen living with
out Christlun burial.". Still more curious
was another clerical slip. A gentleman
said to a minister: "When do you expect
to see Deacon o. again? "Never!" said
the reverend gentleman, solemnly; "the
deacon Is In heaven." Tho Presbyterian
STOCKS AXD BOXDS. ,
New York, Dec. 21. Wall street was
in a waitliiK day and dealing at tha Stock
Exchange footed only lM.uoo shares. The
under tono of the market was stronger
than for a week and considerably higher
ngures wer recorded for the leading; is
sues. The strength of the market was the
general arrangements for placing a big
block of 4 per cent, bonds wit hNew York
bankers. All the indications favored tho
idea that the Issue wtll be $I00,O0U,M, the
purchasing syndicate to receive an op-
lion ror jiikj,0UO,(AiO additional. Tho leud
Ing banks wnre sounded as to their nosl
tlon In the matter of the amount of srold
they could furnish, etc., etc. In fact the
ueuer in a bond issue was so Htrong that
lower cables from I.ondon were received
and the trend of prices for stocks, except
for a slight hesitancy ut the opening was
The gain ranged from V, to 2H, the most
prominent 'Deing in Chicago Uas, Sugar.
Ixiulsvtlle and Nashville, the tlranir,rs.
the Vanderbllts, Wemern TTnlon, Tennes
eo Coal. Sugar was in deiiymd on tho
tunner uuvniice in reunea. ttpoculatlon
closed strong with prices at or near the
best figures of the day.
Scronton Board of Trndo Kxchnngo Quotations-All
Quotations llused on Pur
Green Hidge Lumber Co....
, ... 110
Dime. uep. o: Uis. Jiank
Scranton Lace Curtain Co
National Horing & Drilling Co.
First National Hank
Thuron Coal Land t'n
Scranton Jar & Stopper Co
ncramon uinss co
Spring Krook Water Co
Klmhurst Boulevard Co
Scranton Axle Works
Third National Hank
Lacks. TruHt and Safe Dep. Co
Scranton Packing Co
Scranton Savings Bank
Lacka. Iron & Steel Co
Weston AIIII Co
Scranton Traction Co
ltonta Pinto Glass Co
Scranton Car Replneer Co
Scrsnton Glass Co
Scranton Puss. Railway, first
moriKage iue fjm
Scranton Traction Co
People's Street Railway, first
mortirase due 1918 110
Scrsnton it Plttston Trae. Co
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortKHRe due 110
Lacks. Valley Trnc. Co., first
mortgage due ISJ.'i
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School 6"!,
City of-Scranton Street Imp Gvi ...
Scranton Axle Works
New York Produce .Mnrkct.
New York, Dee. 31. Flour Dull, steady,
unchanged. Wheat Dull, easier; No. 2
red store and elevator. CJ'je.; atloat, 71c;
f. o. b., 70',ic.; ungraded red, Ma73c; No.
1 northern. ii7'ie. : options closed steady:
January, (W'e.; February, 67Uc: March,
lS77ic.; May, U5Vic; June and July, Ki'ic
Corn Dull, firm: No. 2. 344e.a elevator;,
SP'jc; options dull; January, 3l',c; May,
34'e. Oats Dull; options steady; Janu
ary, 23'4c; February. Eie.; mixed, No. 2
ChlcaKO, 24'ic; No. 3, 22lsc; mixed west
ern, ttWa'ttf.', white no. and western
white do. and white Btate, 2127c. Provi
sionsDull, unchanged. Jjird Quiet,
weak. Butter Dull, unchanged. Cheese
(Julet, unchaged. Eggs Firmer: state
snd Pennsylvania, IDall'k'. ; southern, 19a
22c; western fresh, 20a23'-je.
rtnffnlo Live Stock.
Buffalo. Dec. 31. Cattle Receipts. 10.000
head; on sale, 40head; market steady and
nrm; good mixed butchers , Kl.2na3.ti.:
stockcrsy 2.76a3.10; fair to good cows;
$2.2tt3.2r. Veals Strong; choice, $Sa8.15.
Hogs Receipts, 3,s00 head; on sale, 400
head; market steady; good weight york
ers, tt.25a4.30; light yorkers, I4.30al.35;
mixed packers, tt.25al.30; rowihs. t3.15a3.IO:
staffs, t2.75a.1.10; pigs, $4.30a4.3S; heavy hogs,
tl.15o4.25. Sheep and lambs Receipts,
2,200 head; on sale. 4.400 head; lambs
stronger; heavy sheep, slow; mixed sheep,
t2.05a3.25; fair to Rood. t2.25n2.o: culls.
tl.75a2.2ti; heavy sheep, t2.90a3.2.j; prime
Tat lambs, s,i.3,sm.uU: Kood to choice. t3.10a
3.20; light to fuir, ft.riQafj; culls, t3.70a4.30;
Canada lambs, t5.37'-ia5.50.
Toledo Grain Market.
Chlcaso. Dec 81. Cattle Recelnts. ROOO
head; market for choice steady, others
weak; common to extra steera. $3.20a4.75:
stackers and feeders, t2.40; bulls, tl.50a3.u0;
calves, t2.fiOafi.25; Texans, t3a3.7o. Hogs
Receipts, 211,0111) head: market easv and f,
cents lower; heavy packing and shipping
lots, j.i.i.iaj.t,,'..,; common to choice, 3.t0a
3.117'i: choice assorted. S3.ti0a3.7il: lleht.
S3.4la3.0; pigs, $2.6'a3.00. Sheet) Kecelpts,
ll.Oat) head; market strong: Inferior to
choice, t2a3.5i); Jurnbn, t3.25a4.05.
:hicnco Live Slock.
Toledo. O.. Dec. 31. Wheat Recelnls
15.000 bushels; shipments, 10,000 bushels;
nrm; no. z red cash, 7c; May, BS'ic;
No. 3 red cash, flo'-ic. Corn Reeelnts.
47.000 bushels; shipments, lili.wm bueshels;
quiet; No. 2 mixed May, 2ST4c; No. 3 yel
low cash, 28'jC Oats Receipts, 9,000
bushels: shipments, 51.000 bushels; nomi
nal. Cloverseed Receipts, 133 bags; shlp-
nuinlu '.')l!l Imps Arm itelmA tl 'ji
Oil Miu kct.
Oil City. Pa., Dec. 31. Oil opened JUS
bid; highest and lowest sale SI.49:
il.4S bid. Standard OH company's price,
English Capital for American Invest
Important to Americans seeking r,.
llsh capital for new enterprises. A ll't
containing the names and addresses of S50
successful promoters who have placed
over 100.000,000 sterling In foreign Invest
ments within the last six years, and over
18,000,00J for the seven months of IK
rnce " ' .w. payauio uy postal order
to the London and Universal Huron,, t
Investors, 20, Cheapside, London, B. C.
duosci lufi win uv i-iiuueu, ity arrange
ment with the directors to receive oith.
personal or letters of Introduction to any
of these successful promoters.
This list Is first class In every respect
and every man or Arm whose name ap
pears therein may be depended upon. For
placing the following it will be found in
valuableBonds or Shares of Industrial
Commercial, and Financial Concerns
Mortgage loans, Sale of Lands, Patents or
Directors SIR EDWARD C. ROSS.
HUN, WALTER C. PKPYS.
CAPT. ARTHUR 8TIFFE.
WARRANTED TO CURE 999
Out of Every Thousand Persona Afflicted
Wit a Rheumatism.
$2 Per Pint Bottle. Two Uomt Believes the
Uost Malignant Cass.
MRS. DR. HAMILTON, 141 Northampton
. Street, Wilkca-Barre, Pa.
116 New York Street, Scranton, Pa.
WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
SItTCIt, WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
V A NCR. WHO A ROOK ACCOUNT
13 MADE. NO CHARGE WILL RE LKS3
THAN 25 CKNTS. THIS KI'I.B Al
PT.IFS TO SMALL WANT ADS.. KX-
C'RPT I.OCAL.SfTr.VriON'S AND MR LP
WANTED. WHICH ARB INSERTED
Help Wanted Male.
"I TANTED - TRAVELING SALESMEN
V with istMiiMied route to take U line
for mtithll-Ii rt house; fa to bis day. O. H.
HSllt.lt. 42o Sprnce St., hcrantnu, Pn.
AVANTED-A FIRST-t'LAf-9 MAN WHO
1ih lid xtiricnco at canvasslnx An
ply Wednesday afternoon at the Wyoming
ItrANTED N AO) NT IN EVERY hV.O
t tlon tocanvass: ?4.00 toS"iOil dnv made:
Us at siirbt; also a man to sell t-tapln Hoods
tu neaiera; nesc siuo tuto i,.j.u a montii: sal
ary or lurga commifcAion marie; experience
unueci'srn y. Clifton b'onp aud Manufactur
ing o., Cincinnati. ..
AIT ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN'
I every town to solicit stock subsnriD-
tiens; a monopoly: bic money for aguuts; no
capital rrqnirwi. cu Aitu v.. ciou a
iTnrnen moric, i nienuro. ill.
Hclo Wanted Fe ma lea.
ri 1Kb WANTED FOH OKNEKAL HOUSE
VI work. A. L. MARTIN'. ;B Washington
rANTED-l.ADY AGENT IN SCRAN-
y ton to sell and Introduce Stiyrlr-r'a cuke
Icing: experienced canvass-r preferred: work
permanent and Tory prailtable. Write for
pnrticulnrs at oncp a'n1 got benefit of holiday
iraae. v. 11. daiwk x w, Cincinnati, u.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENER
uetlo saleswomen to represent us.
Guaranteed $0 a day without Interfering with
other duties, ilealthfnl occupation, write
ror particulars, inclosing stump, Mango Chenv
leal Company. No. ?'-' John street. New York.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL CIOARS
t'i per month salary and expenses paid,
Addres. with two-cent stump, F1UAKO CI
(4 Alt CO., Chicago.
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PUACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel and copper electro
pi.tiors: price irom j.i upward; ialnry and ei'
penaes paid; outfit tree. Add toss, with stamp,
MICHIGAN MFOCO., Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS
S:lt weekly and exneuses: experience un-
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG. CO., 4S
v an Duron at., imcago.
CALEBMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE;
per cone commission: sampio uook
mailed free. Address L, N. CO., btutlou L,
A T ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
I sell new lightning selling table cloth. mos
quito and house fly liquid at 10 cents and -5
cents a no tie. (sample Iran. uuL,uiAru
M-"U Co., Hnltimc.ro, Md.
A GENTS IIINDE'S PATENT ITNIVEK.
1 snl Hair Curlers and Wavers (nsxl with
out neat), nnd 'Tyr Pnluted"IIair Pina, Lib
eral commission. Freo sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. . Box 4M. Now York
11TANTED SALESMliN TO SELL 8TA
pie goods at home or travel: liberal sal
ary or gw.l commlsdon ; we send samples on
duplication: give exclusive territory. Address
tr. v. box iitu, iew xorK city.
A GENTS WANTED EVERY W HER R TO
1 V null our new "Ideal Orator and Mnnual
of Elocution," embracing the Delsarte systum
of expression and plivsical culture. 'Illus
trated; 40 photos from life. Sells at sunt;
unerai terms. Address M-rAJiAliTY, SUD
htntioii No 2. Philadelphia, Pn.
i.X)R KENT HAVING CONCLUDED TO
oult my grocery buslnoss in Minooka. I
am prepared to rent the storo nnd sell stock
and nxtures on oasy terms to any responsible
nersou. I will from January 1 next devote
my attention to my hotel business, together
wim otuur manors now on mv nanos.
Minooka, Dec. 2ft, 1WO.
17OR RKNT STEVENSON FRUIT FARM,
. Clark's Green, for a term of years. Ap
ply to GEORGE IS. DAVIDSON, Attorney,
IOR RENT FURBISHED ROOM, WITH
J or without board, suitable for two per
sons. l.'U Adams nve.
I70R RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna avenue. Addruss THOMAS
E. EVANS, sear 113-' Luzerno, Hyde Park.
F'OR RENT-NICEt.it FURNISHED HALL
suitable for ludgo rooms. JOHN JEli
MYN, 110 Wyoming ovenue. .
I.OR RENT THE PREMISES RECENTLY
- occupied bv The Scranton Trlb no.kllown
ss the Bl' eser Building, comer of Spruce St.
and 1 enn uvo. Possession given imiuodiatoly.
The prend es consist of the building in the
rear of tho building on the corner of mirncn
street and l enn avenue, together with the
iinsemoni. aim iso mo entire lonrta noor of
the corner building. Can lie rentod for Lodge
purposes as well as public meetings. Sizes of
ball, S.:xl00 with a s-rond lull on same
floor, SUxflii. For particulars inquire on
the premises, i f Rndolnh Rloeser. or at tho
oiHfv nf Th Scranton Tnbncn.
1XR SALE-OFFICE DESK WITH ROLL
' ton and combination lock, aoliil oak.
length 48 Inches, width 30 inches; as good as
now; cheap. At All Birch ut.
1OR SALE SPRAG MACHINE, CAPAC
ity from l.COO toS.nOil per dny; price S.")0.
Inquire of F. F. DOMMERMUTH. Avoca, Pa.
I.OR SALE-I1ROOM HOUSE: MODERN
L iinrrovomm.tH: an Madison avenue, Dun-
more. WALTER B1CIGGS, Attorney, Com
monwenlth Bnil'lin?. or M. H. HOI GATE.
Board and Room Wanted.
IAHGE. LIGHT, FURNISHED OR UN
J furnished room, between Wyoming.
Madison and Vine, with board for vouns
cotiplo; largo clothes closet: modern convent
encos; private family preferred. SAM, Trib
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A
1. candidate for Select Council from the He.
etiteenth ward, subject to the Republican
caucus. CHARLES M. Z1TZELJ1AN.
Wanted t0 Rent.
' in Soranton. from Anril I. Ihmi. n lion
containing not less than ten rooms, with
modern improvements. Address L., Tribune
"IVT ANTED CENTRALLY LOCATED IN
it Scranton. font Am-il 1. 1M10. a. hon
containing not less than cirlit rooms with
modem improvements: a bonso with nico
lawn preferred. Address 8.. Tribnne otlice.
rpHK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
I. stockholders of the Third National Knnk
of Scranton will be held In the directors' room
of ItH bunking lionse on Tuesday utter noon,
Januury 14, ism. from :t to 4 o'clock.
11 .31 id lUiLifl, Jl( Mecretsry.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CER
lillcate No. !, dated Atiril IT. 1S0I. for
2'1 shares of the capital stock of the Scranton
i.ace curtain aianuiactnring Company, hat
been lost or mislaid. All Persons are cau
tioned against buying or negotiating the s nuo,
as Itj transfer has been stopped and a new
certificate applied for.
Dissolution of Partnership.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Xl nartncrshiD bittween Alexatiri r Phlllin
and Benjumin J. Davies. lately doing buslnoss
as bottlers under the fil m name of Phillips &
Davies, No. HoO Eyuon street. City of Scran
ton, Pn , Wus dissolved on the 13th day of July,
A. L. Ibl'Ii) as far as relates to said benjamin
Davies, by tho sale of the int rest of said Ben
jamin J. Davios to Banjamln B. Anthony. All
debts owing to the said partnership aro to be
paid to the said Alexmider Phillips and Ben
jamin E Autli ny, who will hereafter conduct
the said business under the firm name of
Phill ps & Anthony.
BENJAMIN J. DAVIE8.
BENJAMIN a ANTHONY.
AIM RSI Chidiestir't English Pennyroyal Pifft
(rri.moiid Drsui), nre the Best. "' Kitahi.
T.k. no alhrr. Scb3 4e Maaila. lur ptttkMlftr. " 1UM
(or i trma or Hat urn Mail.,, a unmiM.
VaKBCHer vaemKMU vei riuiwuba a-a
Great Special Sals of 700 pieces of Cotton Goods saved from the AppTeton lilia.
fire. Consists of White Domet Flannels, Opting Flannels in checks and stripes
Single and Double Napped Cheviots, Grey Domet Flannels, etc., -
The bulk of the stuff is in first-class condition, only ' a small percentage being
slightly damaged by smoke and water, not enough, however, to seriously
affect the value of the goods.
In connection with this sale of the Appleton fire goods we propose to conduct a
special Clean-Up Sale for the next three weeks in all departments previous to our
The economically inclined buyer and the bargain hunter will find goods and prices
to their entire satisfaction during this sale.
Watch the papers for special announcements from time to time.
A8H1NO TAKKN IN AT 1S!1 ACADEMS
St., Hyde Park.
SITUATION WANTED BY A TAILOR:
can work on pants, cnuts or rests; wtll
work for low watprg by the week: city or
country. Address DaVIO PELUMAN, SS3
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNO
lady as stenographer; referenaee given.
Address Box si. Old Forgo, P.
SITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT BY
tho day wnshlnic washing taken homo
also, ( all or address !Ut North butnuor ave
nue, Hyde Park.
SITUATION WANTED US A YOUNG
I? man, airo?2, as bartender: can speak En
sllsh and German. Address B. II. B., M0 Ad
ams ave., city.
SITUATION WANTED YOUNO MAN,
affe 1'5. is vrv auxlnua tn trnfc a iinsiHnn'
is a pood hustler: will work at anything:
winiiu iiko 10 get in a store or wnoiwale
house: habits are the best; can give good ref
erences. Address 610 Adams ave., city.
CITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT BY
k. tne day washing; washing taken home al.o.
Call or address L II., Sit N. Humner ave.
O butchor, who thoroiiRThly understands tbe
moat business. Can command a lig trade.
Prefers to work in q shop. H" W. M irket 8t.
SITUATION WANTED. EXPEUIIiNCED
bokkeepor and acronn ant. Would
makearrniitfn.nents to keep traders' bonks for
two or three hours daily. Trms moderate.
Address OMEGA, Tribune office.
1 ANTED BY A MIDDLK AGED MAN
vv of 00 vears. cxnerinnce in mineral
mercantile lirislnoss, a position as clerk or
lnanagor. Address Manaujor, Tribuuo oftlcs
SITUATION WAKTED I1Y A YOUNG
k5 lady very much In noi"d of work: a posi
tion in store or office: rIpo exnerienced in
drops making-. Address C. D. P.. 1111 Pinest.
X Yon want this relic. Contains all nf
Frank Leslie's fismousold War Pirtures.show
Ing the forces In actual battle, skotclied on the
stmt. Two volumes, iMKJO pictures, hold on
easy monthly payment. Delivered by ex
press complete, nil cbnrcosj prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, U'J'i Adams Ave., Herauton, Pn.
BLANK POOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAGA
zines. etc.. bound or rubound at Tits
TiiinL'NH otlice. Uulck work. Ueasonable
CAN BOARD 1(1 OB 18 HORSES AT MY
stables: best nf care given; reasonable
prices. O. H. IIANDR1CK, Clark's Summit.
IOK SALE GRAND IN VKSTMENT. THE
southeust corner of Washinaton ave. and
Gibson at., opposite Erie depot; two lines of
street cars; line site for six Htores and four or
five floors of flats; just what is wanted in
Hera n ton; a lnrg nor profit certain: price rea
sonable. v.uMMON ONKH. :i!l Sp nee st.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT. PORCELAIN,
Bridge nnd Crown work. Office, 22i
C. C. LAUBACH. SURGKON DENTIST.
No. llo Wryominif avenue.
R. M. STHATTON, OFFICE COAL Ex
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avemio and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
fice hours, Thursdays and Saturdays,
t a. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. G. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to GIG Spruce street, Scranton, Pa.
DR. KAY, 2M PENN AVE. ; 1 to 3 P. M. :
call iKZ. Dis. oi womon. obstretrlcs and
and all dls. of chll.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 512 North Washington
DR. C. L. FP.EY, PRACTICE LIMITED,
diseases or the h,ye, rcar, Nose and
Throat; otlice, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence. 629 Vine street.
DR. L. M. OATES, 125 WASHINGTON
avenue. Olllce hours, 8 to 9 a. m., 1.30
to S and 7 to 3 p. m. Residence 209 Madi
DR. J. C. BATEPON. TUESDAYS AND
Fridays, at m Linden street. Office
hours 1 to 4 p. m.
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors at Law, Republican
buildins, Washington avenue, Scran
JESSUI'S HAND. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
W. H. JBBSrp,
HORACE E. HAND,
W. H. JESStTP. JR.
PATTERSON & WII.COX, ATTOU-
neys nnd Counsellors at Lair; offices 6
and 8 TJhrnry building. Scranton. Pa.
ROSE WELL H. PATTERSON.
WILLI AM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and counsellor, common
wealth building. Rooms 19. 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-
Law, Room 6, Coal Exchange, Scran
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-
nt-Lnw, rooms tij, 61 ana 6r, Common
SAMUEL W. EDGAR, ATTORNEY-AT-
Law. Office, 317 spruce St.. Ecranton. Pa.
L. A. WATERS, ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave., Rcranton, Pa.
URIE TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY-AT-
I.aw, Dime Bank Kuilding, Scranton,
Money to loan in large sums at 5 per
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-
law, commonwealth building, Scranton.
H. C. SMYTHB, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
quv j.BCKawanna avenue.
C. COMEOY3. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOOLE. ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security. 403
B. F. KILLAM. ATTORN KY.A T-T. A W
j-v .tuiiiiiik nvc, cuTi an 1.011, ro.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-AT-
law, ft commonwealth Bld'g. Scranton.
J. M. C. RANCH, 138 VvTOMINQ AVE.
ASSORTED INTO FIVE
Lot 2. Lot 3.
are all worth from 6c to
602-004 L1CXJL IVE., COR. AOAIS.
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR SU LACKA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufao
turer of Wire Screens.
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT.
Rooms 24, 25 and 26, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICE
rear f inn wnaki,
LSWo13 HANCOCK, JR., ARCHITECT,
a Spruce sj., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
BROWN MORRIS. ARCHITECTS,
Trice buildlntf, 1M WashinsTton avenue,
8S?.??.1' THB LACKAWANNA.
Bcranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls
ti.colIeR8 r business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest Opens September ""u,ue " "
REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
"Ai.i r.K rt. BUBLL,
Mind SSPJF1? 4' KINDEROARTEN
nt a00??.1, J Adams avenue, opens
Sept. 8. Klndegarton 10 per term.
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
?. r le3 and Pav you better on
Investment than any other association,
bu ldl011 Callender, Dime Bank
G. R. CLARK & CO., SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 116 Washington ave
nue; green house, 13G0 North Main ave
nue; store telephone 732.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 125 and 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & W.
fjaanciiKur uepui. i onauctea on me
Enropeanplan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place,
Rates, J3.50 per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. ANABLE.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert'a
MKOARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scran
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
snle dealers in Woodware, Cordage and
Oil Cloth. 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postonice.
Agent for th Rex Flr Extlneiilsher
Central Railroad o( New Jersey,
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLK IN EFFKCT NOV. 17, 1895.
Trains leave scranton ror Plttston,
Wllkes-Barre. etc.. at 8.20. 9.15. 11.30 a.m..
1.20. 2.00, 3.03, 5.00, 7.10 p. ni. Sundays. 9.00
a. in., i.w, -..u, i.iwk.
For Atlantic city, .2U a. m.
Far New York. Newark and Elizabeth.
8.20 (express) a. m.,1.20 (express with Buf
fet parlor car;, s.uo espressj p. m. Hun
iluy, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 1.20 p. m.
arrives at j-nnanuipnia, itcading Term
inal, 6.21 p. m. and New York 6.(5 p. m.
For Muueh Chunk, Allentown, Bethle
h,.m KiLston and PhlladelDhla. H iit a m
1.20, 3.03, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. ni.
Siinuay, i.iu v. "
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.. at
8.20 a. m., 1.20 p. m.
For Heading, j.eoanon ana Jl.irrlsburg.
via Allentown, 8.20 a. ni., 13, 0.00 p. ni.
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Pottsvllle, 8.20 a. m., 1.21 p. m.
Keiurning icavn iew ioi k. root of Lib
erty street, North River, al 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10. 1.30, 4.30 (fxpress with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, (.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia. Reading Terminal
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday 0.27
Through tickets to all snlnts at in..t
rates may be had on application In ad
vace to the ticket agent at the station.
a. r. hsluwin,
Oah Paca A wan
J. H. OLHAtTSEN. Gen. Supt.
mfrfSBG a July w. an trains will
fff B if af 49 arrivl at new Lacka
W B B wanna avenue station
flW r ss fhllows:
r" TiaUs will leave Scran
ton station for Carbohdale and Interme
diate points at 2.20, 5. 7.00. 8.2o and 10.10
a. m.. 12.00. 2.20, 3.55, 6.1o, 7.2o, 8.10 and
11.20 p.m. . - . -
l or r arview, iJ '' .'is
at 7.00, 8.25 and 10.10 a. in., 12.00, 2.20 and 5.1o
'Kar Alhnnv. Rnrntara. the Adlrondacks
and Montreal at 6.45 4. in. and 2.20 p. m.
For Wllkes-Barrei and intermediate
points at 7.45, 8.45, -9.3 and 10.45 a. m.,12.05,
1.20, 2.38, 4.00, 5.10, 6.03 9.15 and 11.38 p. m.
Trains will arrive! ni ocranron sianon
from Carbondale anl Intermediate points
,ja u tn All n,li1ft in a m 19AA 1 11
2.34, 40, 4.54, 5.55, 7.(1, 9.11 and 11.33 p. m.
From Ho iesdule, I Waymart and Far
view at 9.31 a. m, X.00, 1.17. 3.40, 5.55 and
7.45 p. m. T
From Montreal, rxratoga, AiDtny, etc.,
at 4.54 and 11.33 p. ni
From Wllkes-Bar and Intermediate
points at 2.15, 8.01, 1CTC and 11.55 a m 1.16.
1.14. 8 39, 6.10. 6.08, 7.20. 9.03 and 11.16 p. m.
ISc per yard.
Clean Carpets,- .
Hake Over Mattresses,
Hake and Repair Spring
Sell Iron Beds,
, . S Nov. 17, 1895.
Train leavea Scranton for Philadelphia
and New York via D. St H. R. R. at 7.4.
- n.tl2.SS. I-20- and P. m., via D.,
L. W. R. R.. 6.e), 8.08, U.30 a, m., and L.W
p. m, .
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wilkes.
Barre, via D.. L. & W. R. R., 6.00. S.0I, U.2
a. m., S.40, 6.07, 8.B3 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha.
sleton, Pottsvllle and Ml points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsvllle branches,
via B. W. V. R. R., 6.39 a. m via D
H. R. R. at 7.45 a. m.. 12.08, 120, 2.31, 4.M p.
. via p., L. & W. R. R. 6.00, (.01. 11.20 a.
m, 1.30, 3.40 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Baston,
Reading, Harrlshiirg and all Intermediate
Points, via D. & H. B. R., 7:45 a. m., 12 06,
i20, 2.38. 4.00 11.38 p. m.. via D., L, W.
R. R., 6.00. 8.08, 11.20 a. m., 1.80 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, To
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate points via D. A H. R. R., 1.41
m-. 12 M and 11.35 p. m., via D IV, 4k W.
R. R 8.08, (.65 a. m.Tl.ao p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls. Detroit, Chloago and all
points west via D. H. R. RT 8 45 a. m.
:? m., ITA W B. R:
and Plttston Junction, 8.08, 9.55 a. m., 1.30,
.Mp. m via E. ft W. V."r. R." Ml p. m.
rfi!! 'flmlra and the west via Salamanca,
via D. A 11 R. R., 8.45 a.m. 12.05. 6.05 p. m l
and 6.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. B.
feu0'0" 2F Wllkes-Barre and New York,
Bridge Buffalo, and Suspension
..-ROLLTN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
SvJiTiP- n- P"""- Aft..Phlla.'p,
A- W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. den.
Pass. Agt.. South Bethlehem. Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24, 1895.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Kg.
fress for New York and all points Bast.
40, 2.50, 6.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a. fflT J 1SL5J I aS
$.34 p. m.
Express for Baston, Trenton, Phlladel.
phla and the South, 5.15, 8.00 ami 9.55 a. m..
12.S5 and 3.34 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 1.66 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, . 10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, El
mlra, Corning, Bath, Dansvllle, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 3.85 a, m and
1.21 p. m., making close connections at
Buffalo to all points In the West, North
west and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 9 a. m.
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p.m.
Nicholson accommodation, 5 p. m.
Blnghamton and Elmlra Express, 6.0S
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego
utica and Kicnneia springs, z.3o a .m. and
1.24 p. m.
Ithaca, 2.35 snd Bath 9 a. m. and 1.21 p.m.
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wllkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan.
vllle, making close connections at North
umherland for Wllllamsport, Harrlsburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tions, 6.00, 9.55 a. m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
NaMlcoke and Intermediate stations,
8.08 nnd 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
modinte stations. 3.40 and 8.52 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
11 express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office. 328 Lackawanna avenut. or
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Scranton lor New York
and Intermediate points on the Erie rail
road at 7.00 a. m. and 3.29 p. m. Also for
Honesdale, Hawley and local points at
7.00, 9.40 a m. and 3.29 p. m.
All the above are through trains to and
Trains leave for Wllkes-Barre at 6.39 t.
m. and 3.19 p. m.
I u Effect September aan, 1805. V
rin Hound. a tn aWanafy
r .; J Station.
f ,2 3 (Trains Dally, ExJ
U 5S I cept hUDURy.)
? niArrive Leavei
7S5 N. Y. Franklin 8t.
7 10 West 4od streetl
7 oa weenawken
p MiArnve Leavei
1 1S( Hancock JuucUoni
Forget City .
51 11 81
" an trains ma il-Mv aanant siadal
1 slEDincs that trains stop & slal for
secure rates via Ontario
Eirchaslng tickets and save
Uurt Einroatotne West.
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