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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE Fill DAT MORNING. JANUARY 3, 1800.
124-126 Wyoming Ave.
Will Place on Sale the
One lot 46 In. black Serge worth 50c,
Leader's Price, 32Jc
Ona lot 48 In. black Serge worth 65c,
Leader's Price, 49c
One lot 46 la black Henrietta worth
Leader's Price, 49c
One lot S3 In. Broadcloths In colors,
Leader's Price, 49c
(Special reductions In our ladles' and
One lot Coney capes 30 In. long, lined
throughout with satin, worth $8.00,
Leader's Price. $4.37
One lot Electric Seal Cupes, lined .
throughout with satin, 20 in. long,
full sweep, worth $15.00,
Leader's Price. $9.98
One lot French Flunnels worth 40e,
. Leader's Price. 24c
One lot Ladies' Flannulelte Skirts
Leader's Price, 25c
One lot Men's Flannoletto Night
Shirts, extra long and full width,
Leader's Price. 49c
One lot Men's Merino Seamless Half
Hose, were 19o,
Leader's Price. 10c
One lot Men's line Neckweur, worth
Leader's Price, 39c
One lot Mens' and Hoys' line ln
luundrled Shirts, double front and
back, sizes 12 to 17, worth 50c,
Leader's Price, 37c
Speriul reductions In Ladles' and
One lot Luetics' fine Lisle Thread '
Hose, onyx fust Muck boots and
opera topB, worth 39c,
Leader's Price, 2c
Special reductions throughout out
Complete assortment of Ladles'
Kveniug (J loves In 12, 16, and 20
button lengths. In every available
New arrival of Ludles' Men's and
Misses' Dress and Walking Gloves.
One of the most successful and larg
est social utTntrs which hus taken place
In the town for a number of years, was
the ball of the Club of '!l." ut their hull
on New Yeur's night. The two rooms
were handsomely decorated with Christ
inas evergreens nud red, wHite and
Mue bunting hung in graceful folds
upon the sides of the building. It was
about 8.30 when the first guests began
to arrive nud at 9 o'clock the opening
valtz wus played by Miss Nellie Curran
of Scranton. The duncers kept coming
in a steady stream till towards mid
night when there was over three hun
dred people In the building. A large
number of visitors were in attendance
from Archbald, Jermyn, Carbondale.
Scranton, JJunmore, Avoca and other
places. The muster of ceremonies was
James Jordan. He was assisted by F.
31. Fairell, J. 11. Ferguson, William
Kelly. J. H. Lully, tleorge Ferguson,
William Patten. Thomas McHalc. John
Lully and John o'.Mulley. M. J. Mo
Hale wits prompter of the evening.
Miss Maud Thomas, of Kingston, is
visiting her parents on Culm street.
John Ilunnahoo returned to Munsticld
yesterday after spending the holidays
with his parents on Dunmore street.
Misses Hina Gibbons and Katie Can
non, of Avoca. are the guests of Miss
Maine O'Malley of this place
Misses Uelle and Mamie Richards, of
Nasi orange, N. J ure visiting friends
"Uelshazzar's Feast" will be produced
at the Father Matthew Opera house
next Wednesday evening by the choir
of the Susquehanna Street I In pt 1st
church under the direction of Frof. T.
A Republican caucus will be held nt
the hotel of V. It. Uuvls In the Fourth
vard, for the purpose of nominating
candidates for borough olllces.
About eight hundred people were in
nttendance nt St. Patrick's church fair
New Year's night. The programme for
the evening was of unusual excellence.
Several articles were chanced off.
Mis. S. L. Apt and son are visiting
relatives at Plttston.
John Oilliool is spending a few days
with Lew Lynch at his home on Lacka
F.dwin Forsberg will present "For
Riven" at the Father Matthew Opera
house on Saturday evenig.
Misses Belinda and May Walsh, of
Tort Orlfflth. are the guests of their
cousin. Miss H. Higglns, of Main strtPt.
Miss Kute Durkin, of Inkermun, is
Visiting Miss AnnieCook on Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cuslck. of
Pharpsville, ja who have been visiting
here the past week, returned home to
day. James Powell of the Stroudsburg
State Normal . school, . who has; been
spending the hollduys with friends here,
returned yesterday to resume his stud
ies. John Jones, of Dalevlllo, visited his
brother, .Tomes Jones, of Greenwood,
A rumor was circulated about town
yesterday that John Davis, who was In
jured at the Greenwood mine a week
ago, and who is undergoing treatment
at the Lackawanna hospital, had died
from his Injuries. The report was er
roneous, as Mr. Davis is Improving:
John Mullen returned yesterday to
Mansfield Normal school to resume his
studies. He was accompanied by his
brother, Peter, who will begin a course
of study at that institution. ,
Mrs. Sarah Marley, an aged resident
of Stafford street, died yesterday morn
Ing after on illness of a short duration.
Last summer baby was very busy su
pervising everything that went on at the
farm. After awhile 1m pushed away her
chnlr at supper one afternoon, declaring
that she did not want any more milk.
"Why not; dear?" asked mamma, gently,
"Hecause," said baby, with an air of su
periority, "I know all about it now. Milk
Is nothing but chewed gram." London
SPANISH TROOPS DEFEATED
Rebels Are Pressing Toward ' the
Province of Havana.
THE BATTLE AT EL ESTAXTE
Cubans lrivo tho Government I'orccs
Dcforo Them Preparations Aro Bo
ing Made for tho Defense of the
Havana, Jan. 2. An engagement be
tween the Spanish troops and the in
surgent forces has taken place at Kl Bs
tante, south of Alfonso XII., and not tar
from the frontier of the province of Ha
vana. The otliclal announcement says
that the Spanish troops captured the
rebel positions, but that the loss to the
enemy Is not known. It Is admitted
that two Spanish officers and four sol
diers were killed and nineteen were
wounded. The insurgents did not ac
cept a decisive engagement, but after
the skirmish proceeded westward, de
vastating the country as they marched
The authorities here, in announcing
this skirmish, added the significant
statement that the "troops were moved
closer to the province of Havana,"
which would seem to Indicate that the
Spanish forces are once more In retreat.
Later in the day It was announced
here that further fighting between the
Spaniards and the Cubans was taking
place In the vicinity of Kl Kstante,
which, with the announced movement
of the Spanish troops, leads people here
to believe that the rebels have been in
pursuit of the Spanish troops In that
vicinity. The latter are commanded by
Colonel Calvls, who was also In com
mand of the troops first engaged In the
vicinity of Kl Kstante, which seems to
to be a confirmation of the supposition
thut the Snaniurds were worsted and
that the Cubans are making for the
frontier of the Province of Huvana, In
spite of all the statements to the con
trary. In view of the fine work and rapid
progress of the Insurgent cavalry, Cap
tain General Campos has ordered the
Spanish ofllcials In all the disturbed dis
tricts to seize all the horses they can
lay hands on, In order to prevent them
from falling Into the hands of the ene
my. It is believed, however, that the
Cubans are already as well mounted
unci supplied with horses us they need
Feeling of Nervousness.
The news that the Insurgents are on
the borders of the province of Havana
has Increased the feeling of nervpus
ness which has prevailed here from the
time they entered the province of Mnt
anzas, and no explanations which the
authorities can furnish seem able to
dispel the popular Impression that
there has been no real check of the
rebel advance. Kvery man, who could
be spared from the regulur and volun
teer forces has been sent to the front,
but this does not Beem to have changed
the situation, and the military auhor
Itles continue working night and day in
their efforts to place Havana in the best
possible position to resist a siege. But
the sentiment of the population here
is gradually undergoing a change fa
vorable to the Insurgent cause, and
nsbody would be astonished to find
that it has taken a more decided form
than passive sympathy. The nollco are
carefully watching the quarters Inhabi
ted by persons supposed to be In sym
pathy with the rebels, but this has not
prevented numbers of young men from
escaping from the city and making their
way to the insurgent camps. In addi
tion to the trouble threatened from the
dlretlon of Matanzas. it Is feared there
will be more trouble from the direction
of the province of Plnar del Itlo, on the
other side of Havana. Although all
news on this subject is carefully guard
ed. It Is known that the Insurgents In
that part of the country are rapidly in
creasing In number and daring.
The damage doing by the Cubans Is
very grest. They have burned the best
port of the town of Jaguey and the
cane-fields of Perla, Kosarlo and Aus
tralia. In that district and in the Na
varrete district the plantations of Vlnas,
Mendez, -Caray, Kscalant, and Huza.
They have also burned many houses In
the Cardenas district of the province of
Matanzas, nnd many cane fields in the
Vnlon de Kjygs, Huena Vista, Jaguey
Grande and Macurljes districts. In
this part of the province of Matanzas
alone the havoc wrought is tremendous,
nearlyall the immense cane-fields of the
neighborhood having been burned, and,
besides, the village of La Yagua, whose
inhabitants did not receive the insur
gents as well as the latter would have
liked. Between La Yagua and Cumana
ynguay alone, five railroad bridges and
three culverts have recently been de
stroyed. In fact, the Cubnns are ap
parently using the torch with even more
success than the machete, and the
amount of dainuge done, in spite of the
efforts of the Spanish commanders,
gives tho lie to stories told of rebel de
feats. Tho Work of Pillage
But the rebels are not paying atten
tion exclusively to the plantations. The
houses of the wealthiest classes and tne
stores of the Inhabitants of the Invaded
districts generally are being sacked un
less ransomed by the payment of sums
of money In proportion to the value of
the property. .This is admitted by the
friends of the insurgents here, and they
claim that It Is perfectly fair for them
to do no, us the plunters and others are
the chief support of the Spanish gov
ernment here, and that in lessening the
revenue-contributing power they are
only cutting off the sources of supply
of their enemies. The government offi
cials, however, Insist that the rebels are
robbing the poorest inhabitants of any
thing they can lay hands on, even stoop
ing to the taking of any little money
they may find In their pockets.
Cable communication with Trlnuifid
and Tunas de yora In the province of
Santa Clara, JucTTro, und Santa Cruz in
the province of Puerto Principe, and
Manzancllo, In the province, of Santi
ago de.Cuba, all towns on the southern
coast of the Island, was opened today.
ft was announced this afternoon that
Felipe Rodriguez, the rebel leader, has
been killed In an engagement with The
The case against General Sanguilly,
In which he is charged with kidnapping
Fernandez Castro, before the beginning
of the revolution, has been taken to the
Taking Tim by the Forelock.
"How" the outlook?" said Senator Sorg
hum. "Very dark," replied his trusty follower.
"Do you think we've got a chance to
hold our own?"
"Not a shallow of a chance."
"Well," he answered with a sigh, "find
a reporter and give him an Interview about
my being tumble, In Justice to mvsolf. to
longer permit my duties as a public man
to interfere with my private interests."
Tolodo Grain Market.
Toledo, Jan. 2. Close-Wheat Receipt.
K,W)0 bushels; shipments, 17,100 bushels
firm; No. 2 red cash, tti$ic.; May, tlac
Corn Receipts, 00,000 bushels; shipments
(9U1D0 bushels; quiet; No. 2 mixed cash,
28c; Slay, 29c.j No. 3 yellow cash, 28Ue.
Oats Receipts, none; shipments, 12,000
bushels; nothing doing. Cloverseed He.
celnts. 71 hnga; shipments, 210 bags; steady
.,. ua8h und January, IU5; March,
SI.I2'- i . .u i i Ad
. . Chicago Live Siook.
Union Stock Yards, Jan. 2. Cattle Re
ceipts, 10,500 head; steady; common to ex
tra steers, I3.20a4.75; stoukers and feeders,
$2.40a3.65; cows and bulls, f1.50o3.D0; calves,
83a7; Texans, $.1a3.7u. Hogs Receipts, 29,
000 head; market firm; early; closing
weaker; heavy packing and shipping lots,
l3.GOa2.OTHc.; light, t3.3T.a8.70; pigs, 3.25a
3.00. Sheep-Receipts, 15,000 head; market
steady; inferior to choice, J2a3.60; lambs,
THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
Stocks and Honda.
New Tork. Jan. 2. Slocks were quiet
today, the transactions amounting to only
;w.04 shares, an unusually small ton I.
The tone of the market was strong during
the early session, hut In the lat hour there
was a general, though moderate, selling
movement. The early rise, which was
equal to a2 per cent., was most marked
In Tobacco, the Grangers, Lake Shore,
Jersey Central, Sugar and Chicago Gas.
Following this rise a period of dullness set
In, which lasted until near the close, when
some of the curly purchasers disappointed
at the delay in the matter of the bond is
sue disposed of their holdings. In this de
cline Louisville and Nashville, Western
I'nion, Sugar, the Grangers, Jersey Cen
tral, Manhattan and Tennessee Coal
scored the heaviest losses. London was
a seller of St. Paul, Louisville ami Nash
ville and other stocks with an interna
tional market, but In the agitregate the
amount of stock disposed of was small.
Western I'nion was weak throughout tho
day and fell to 83-i, from Si3. The stock
was sold by the room traders and profes
sional operators anil the old rumor re
peatedly denied that the ltultimure and
Ohio intended selling its holdings of the
stocks. Chicago Gas moved up to li-iNi
at the opening, but later receded to KVii,
when it was rumored that the Whltn.-r
litigation will be started again In Phil
adelphia. Speculation closed weak with
prices Hal'-j per cent, .below Tuesday's
llnal figures. Chicago Gas, Canada South
ern and l.ake Shore, however, Rained u
per cent, on the day. Honds were firm
and higher. Sales were 11.023.0110.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN. AL
LEN Co., correspondents for A. P.
CAMPBELL, stock Broker, 412 Spruce
Op'n- High- Low- Clos.
Inc. est. est. lug.
Am. Tobacco Co 773i 7'i 77'i 78
Am. Col ion Oil is 18 IS 18
Am. Sugar He'g Co.. 103 1033, 102 102'-j
Atch. To. & S. Ke... 14&, 15 H4 It1,
Canuda Southern.... IS 40 4s'-j 48' s
Chesa. & I) 15'i 15i 15' 4 Ki'Ii
Chicago Gas 65'j tW liVj Oo'a
Chic. & N. W 100 i ItKI ion
Chic, B. & Q 77 77:4 Tti'j 7i-4
C. C. C. & St. I. 37 37 Sti'a 37
Chic, .Mil. & St. P.. M l'.s' Ik"-;
Chic, R. I. a Pac. t!7'a OH1 ) '7
Del. & Hud 125 125 125 125
Dlst. C. V lift, 17 Pi's 11;
General Electric 2i4 2ii'a 2li'4
lake Shore 141 . 142 141 141".,
Louis. & Nash 45"i 43 44t 444
M. K. & Texas 234 2ti'.4 25'a 25la
.Man. Klcvated 1024 lo2 lie 102
Wo. Pac 25'j 25', 25 25U
Nat. Cordage 5'j 5'j 5 5'H
Nat. Lead 25Vj 25a 25'4 25'4
N. J. Central liiOS lol 4 loo'j
N. V., L. K. & VV.... 14j 14'i H'a 14'u
N. Y S. & W 9 !
N. V.. S. & W., Pr... 24' i 24'", 24'4 24
Pac. Mail 2H 27 21'i i'.4
tun. West 13', 13" 13'a -13j
Phil. Read 47- 47 4N i-U
Southern R. K 87 S X'K fc7,.
Tenn., C. & Iron 28' 2Si 27"
I'nion Pacific 4 4 3'n
Wahash M4 isi fi:'4 IP,
Wabash, Pr 1il'a ltl-'4 l'a W,
Western I'nion 85'4 K5;t, K37; s4
W. L 11', IPS, If 11',
V. S. Leather, Pr... 03 i;4' C34 U34
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICKS.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos-
WIIEAT. Ing. est. est. Ing.
May 5H'4 5 uN'.j ta-'4
May 19 19 1S l?7i
May 2K'i IS!, 2S 2S
January C.27 5.32 5.27 5.32
May 6.57 0.02 5.57 &.2
January S.(!7 8.07 8.07 8.7
May 0.05 9.20 lt.00 9.17
Stocks and llonds.
Scranton Board of Trade F.xchonge Quo
tations-All Quotations Rased on I'ur
Name. Rid. Asked.
Green Rldge Lumber Co 110
Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank 130
Scranton Lace Curtain Co M
National Bnrina & Drilllmr Co. ... SO
First National Bank 050
rhuron Coal Land Co 90
Scranton Jar & Stopper Co 25
acranton uinss Co tu
Spring ilrook Water Co Iflii
Klmhurst Boulevard Co 1m)
Scranton Axle Works Kl)
Third National Bank 350
Lacka. Trust and Safe Dep. Co ... 1'U)
Scranton Packing Co 97's
Scranton Savings Bank 200
Lacka. Iron & Steel Co l.K)
Weston Mill Co 250
Scranton Traction Co 15
Bonta Plate Glass Co lo
Scranton Car Replaccr Co loo
Scranton Glass Co loo
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Scranton Traction Co 95
People s Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Scranton Plttston Trac. Co 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortaaae due 1920 110 ...
Lacka. Valley Trac. Co., first
mortgage due 1825 90
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 5 12
City of Scranton Street Imp 6 ... 102
Scranton Axle Works 100
New York Produce Market.
New York, Jan. 2. Flour T'nehanged,
steady, quiet. Wheat Dull, lower, with
options closing firm; red store and eleva
tor, tBatS'ic; afloat, 70',ia7O:Vic. ; f. o. b.,
69:l,a70V4C ; ungraded red, I4ai2c; No. 1
northern, bTiSM'.aC ; options cioseu wean
at liu'sc decline; January, OKc; Febru
ary, b"c. ; March, 070'.; May, Wi'sC ; June,
657ic; July, Cu'fce. Corn Dull, firm; No.
2 at 34. elevator; 34fce. anoni; options,
dull, unchanged to Vie. lower, closed
stnadv: January. 34'ie.: Mav. 34V.: July.
35c. Oats Quiet, firm; options dull, easier;
January, 23V4c.; May, 23',iic.; spot prices,
No. 2 at 23823'.; .no. 3 wnne, i-4',4H2i'ic. ;
No. 2 Chlcaao. 24'ia2t1AO, : No. 3 at 22',ia
22'"'.c No. 3 white. 23'Ac; mixed western,
231!a2IVie.; white do., 24a27c; western state,
24a27c. J-.aru uuu, inner; western steam,
$5.tW; city, $5.15n5.20; January, $5.00, nomi
nal; rellliecl, uuu; conunei, o.w; aoum
America, $0.40; compound, 4ra5c. Pork
Firm: mess. s.7uu.ii. tiutier uuiet,
fancv steady; stale dairy. 12a21c; west
ern dairy, UalSc; do. June, 18a21c; others
unchanged, lieef Dull and unchanged.
Cheese Quiet. Kggs Light receipts- firm
er; state and Pennsylvania. 1a2Ue.; south
ern, 20a24c; ice house, 164a20c. ; uo. case,
J3.75a4.25; western fresh, 21a24c.; do. case,
3.75a4.25; limed, l'o,
Oil Cltv. Pa.. Jan. 2, Oil opened. $1.18:
hlahest. lowest and closed, 11.43. Stand
ard's price, (1.50.
English Capital for American Invest
Important to Americans sepklnv Vnc.
llsh capital for new enterprises. A list
containing the names and addresses of .r.ft
successful promoters who have placed
over tiw.wu.uw Biennis in loreign invest
ments within the last six years, and over
fl8,000,003 for the seven months of 1893
Price 5 or $25, payable by postal order
to the London and Universal Burenu nt
Investors, 20, Cheapslde, London. K. C.
Subscribers win De entitled, by arrange
ment with the directors to receive either
personal or letters of Introduction to mv
of these successful promoters.
This list is first class In every respect,
and every man or firm 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, Bate ot Lands, Patent or
Directors SIR EDWARD C. ROSS.
HU. wl.lliK C rh.rYn.
CAPT. ARTHUR 8TIFFK.
WARRANTED TO CURE 999
Cut of Every Tbontand Persons Afflicted
$3 Per Pint Bottle. Two Doses . Relieves the
Most Malignant Ckse.
MRS. DR. HAMILTON, J4s Northampton
street, wnses-Darrc, fa.
116 New York Street, Scrantn, Pa.o
FOR SALE-GRAND INVESTMENT. THE
outheast corner of Washington ifa. and
Gibson at.. ODDOsite Erie denot: two lines of
street cars; fine site for six store and four or
nve noors or Hats; Just what IS wanted In
Scranton: a larae net nroflt certain: nrlec rea
sonable. VV, OlBSOif . ONES, 311 Sprue at.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A
candidate for Select Oonnollfrom th Sev
enteenth word, subjeet to , the Republican
CHARLES M. ZITZELMA!
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MITCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VA NCR. WHKN A BOOK ACCOI'NT
IS MADK, NO CHARGE WILL BK LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RCLK AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS AT' HELP
WANTED. WHICH ARE INSERTED
WASTED - TRAVELING SALESMEN
'I with established route to tukr ado line
for t.ihU-li d house: f t t SI5 a day. U. H.
K1KIIKR, 425 Sprues St.. hcranlou. Pa.
WANTED N AOI NT IN EVERY KKO
lion tocunvaw: M.UI to On a day luad;
lis at sieiit: also a man to sell staple Oouda
to dealers; best sfdo lino (75.141 a month; sal
ary or larirn cnrnmitsion made; experience
nnneceiuft y. Clifton fcoap and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati. O.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
eviry town to Milicit stock aulwrip
tions; a monopoly: big money lor aaents: no
capital required. KDWAHD C. FlSil 4k CO.,
Borden Ellocs, Chloairo. ill.
Kelo Wanted Female.
t"OOK WANTED AT 307""wASHINTON
VANTKD-i ADY AUKNT IN SCRAN-
ton to sell and introduce Snydor'a csk
Icing: rxperiuured canvrster prefurred: work
permanent and Tery prolltnble. Write for
particulars at onc an 1 get benefit of bolidar
trade. T II. SNYDltlt & CO, Cincinnati, O.
IVANTED 1M MEDLTELY-TWO ENER-
fet:c tnlcKWomeu to reprea -nt ua
Ouarantenl JO a dav without Interfering with,
other fliities. Healthful ocenpatioa. Writo
for particulars, iuclnnlng stamp, Mango Chein
b al Company. No 79 John Mtreet. New Ynr'r.
A14ENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell our new "Meal Orstor and Manual
of Elocution," embracing tho Delxarte system
of expression and plivsi'-al culture. Bins
trutrd; 40 photos frou'i lire. Sells at Bight;
liberal terms. Address KPECIALTV. Hub
Matlon No. 2, Philadelphia. Pa.
A OEXTd WANTED TO SELL CIUAR.H;
prr inouui painry anu eapensns pam.
Address with two-cent stamp, HUAKO CI-
AOEN1S-TO SELL OCR PRACTICAL
IX gold, silver, nickel and copper electro
pimrrs: pricn irom .i upwaru; suiitry ana ex-
peaai-a pn:u; ouinrireu. Anaiess, witu Btamp,
S1ICIIIUAN MPG CO., Chicago.
AGENTS TOSELLCIGARS TO DEALERS;
$25 weekly and expeusM; experience un-
neccw-ary. ij-nhiiuuiai eu JUtU. CO., ia
y an iture.i St.. t.nicas;o.
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE;
per ceat. rnmmlaiion; sample book
mailed fro. Address L, N. CO., Dtatloa L,
A T ONCE-AGENTS APPOINTED TO
1 . sell new Imlitiiinir sollinu tuble clotli. mos
quito nml honso fly liquid ut 10 cents and 25
cenis a no tin. Kitmpln tree. UUlAilAO
ftl'f 'G Co., Haltimore, Md.
AGENT S HIN DE'S PATENT UnYvbIT
sal Hair Curlers and Waver fua?d with
out heat), and "Pyr Polnted"l!air Pin. Lib
eral commissions. Freo sample nnd full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 450. New York.
V I lark's Green, for a term of years. Ap
ply to (1EOROE li. DAVIDSON, Attorney,
512 Spruce street.
i:OR RENT-ON LACKAWANNA AVE.,
J West Mde, t.enr Twiss, butubor, fl-room
house newlv papered. S.S.50. Address THOS.
EVaNS, 1112 Luzerno st.
OFFICES IN TRADERS' NATIONAL
J Rank Building for ront. CHARLES
JOR RENT FURMSHED ROOM. WITH
or without board, suitablo for two per
sons. 132 Adams nve.
irOU RENT-SIX ROOM HOCBiToNWEST
1 Lackawanna avenue. Address THOMAS
E. EVANS, aear 1182 Lnierue, Hyde Park.
J70R RENT NICEu' FURNISHED HALL
V suitabla for lodge rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, 110 Wyomiug uvonuu.
1;OR RENT-TUB PREMISES RECENTLY
occupied by Tho Scranton Trib ne.known
as the Blser Bnildin?. corner of Spruce St.
and t enn ave. PoHsesiinn given Immediately.
Tho prenil-es ronsiit of tho hi lldlng In the
rear of the building on the corner of spruce
street and I'enn avenue, together with the
butoment. and xlso the entire fourth floor of
the cornor building. Can be rented for Lodge
purpose as well ns pnblio lnisitiints. Sizes of
hall, 23x1110 with a s cond hall on same
fiir, 22xi5. For particulars Inquire on
the premises, f Rudnljih Hloeser, or at the
oftife of Th crnntim Tnbu-ie.
IOR SALE OFFICE DESK WITH ROLL
top and combination lock, aolid oak,
length 4rt inches, width :io 111 lies; as good as
ncw;ch. p. At 011 Birch st.
1OK SALE SPKAG MACHINE, CAPAC
V ity from 1.000 to 2.D0U per dav; piice S.'iO.
Inquire of F. F. DO.MMERMUTH. voca. P.
OR 8ALE-0ROOM HOUSE: MODERN
Ininroremn: ts: 204 Madison Rveniii-. nun.
more. WALTER BHIOGS, Attorney, Com
ninnwealth Building, or M H. HO1 fMTF.
Wanted To Rent.
in Scranton. from pril 1, lttM, a house
containing not lest than ten rooms, with
modern improvements. Address L Tribune
'PRE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
A stockholders of tbo Third National Bank
of Scranton will bo held iu the director' room
of its banking house on Tuenduy af tor noon,
January 14, ls'0. from 3 to 4 o'clock.
- HENRY BELIN; JR.. Herri-tarr.
'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CER
lilliale No. 2BU, dated April 17, ItOl. for
20 shares of the capital stock of the Scranton
Lace Curtain Manufacturing Company. ba
been lost or mislaid. All persons aro cau
tioned agulnst buying or negotiating the sime,
as its transfer has been stopped and a new
cortiiUato upplied for.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application wi l he made to the Governor
ot tliu Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on
Friday. January 21, A. D. 1"H(1, by Henry S.
Pstil. John J. White. John W. Baker, Edward
T. Taylor and Talbot L. Hibberd, under the
Act of Assembly of tbo Commonwealth of
I enusylvania entitled "An Act to provide for
the iiirornoratt 11 and regulation of certain
corporal Una." opproved April 29, 1874, and
the supph'ments thoreto, for the chart r of an
inti'nded corporation to be called 'The Gas
Company of Scranton, "tho character and ob
ject of which is to manufacture and supply
gn for light only to the public in the city of
Scranton. in me county of Lackawanna, state
of Pennsylvania atorutaid, and to such per
sons, partnerships and corfiorations residing
in nnd adjacent thereto ns 11 ay desire the
same, and. tor these purpos's to have, possess
and enjoy all tho rights, leneflts and privi
lege af the said Act of Assembly and its sup
plements. JOHN J. WHITE. Solicitor.
V25 Chestnut st, Philadelphia.
Dissolution of Partnership.
VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
ll partnership between Alexand-r Phillips
and benjamin J. Davies, lately doing business
as bottlers under the Arm name of Phillip &
Uavles, No. 1150 Eynon street. City of Scran
ton, Pa , Wus ditBolved on the 12tll day of July,
A. V, 1H5, as far as relates to said Benjamin
Davits, by the sale of the interest of laid Bon-
imin J. Davies to Benjamin B. Anthony. All
ebts owing to th said partnership are to be
paid to the said Alexander Phillips and Ben
jamin R Anth ny, who will hereafter conduct
the said business under the firm nam of
Philbp ft Autbohy. -ALEXANDER
BENJAMIN J. DAVIES.
J-. BENJAMIN B. ANTHONY.
LA.DIir.SI Chichettr'i English Pennyroyal Pitts
iniMiort amai. are the Beat. ,tf'. "r"""';
to U'-;!' ".J.?Ptn Mail.,, '.ffl"
;er vaeaiwat w. t i ii n
Great Special Sale of 700 pieces of Cotton Goods saved from the Appletou Mills
fire. Consists of White Doraet Flannels, Outing Flannels in checks and stripes
Single and Double Napped Cheviots, Grey Domet Flannels, etc.,
The bulk of the stuff is in
slijrhtlv damacrecl bv
- w . 1 ---- vMwjju, uuwm.1. tu sti luuai y
affect the value of the goods.
Iu connection with this sale of the Appletou fire goods we propose to conduct a
special Clean-Up Sale for the next three weeks iu 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.
T AKIll TAKEN IN AT 1!1 ACADEMY
at , ilytlo r'urk.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST WANTS
lionltioii, city or country, speaks Euicl ah
and (l-rinuu. Address PHAKMACIST, 'ir in
8 11 TATION WANTED BY"a""BR1(VhT
younii lady as stsuoffrnpher and type
writer: also puaseosen a thoronab knonledtie
of acciinntx: wants position Ininicdiatelv. Ad
dreu A.MHlTlOl'S, KM Lackawanna ave.
C1TUATION wXnTEU BY A TAILOR:
C7 can work on pants, coats or vetts; will
work for low wr by the week: city or
country. Address DAVIO KELUMAN, SIS
SITUATION WANTED IlY A YOCNU
lady ns stenographer; reference given.
Address Box 1, Old Forge, Pa.
CITUATION VANTED-TO UO OPT BY
t- the dav washing; washlnes taken honi
aim. i nn or ananas $it aortu Sumner ave
nue. Hyde Park.
CITUATION WANTED BY A YOL'NO
man, bp "i, a bartender: can spenk En-
kukii anu Herman. Aaures u. K. ts., vvi All
ams ave.. city.
SITUATION WANTED YOl'Ntl MAN,
ate V.k is verv auxinu to cat k nosltion:
is a iiood hustler: will work at nnythinif;
wonia liKe to at In a store or wliolessln
oonso: nabits ar the best; can Rive Kood rcf.
erent-es. Addrora 61H Adams ave.. c-ity.
SITUATION WANTED A YOL'NO MAN
wants ii p.-rmiiiiiint position: will furnish
tlOO security. Address W. U., Tribune office.
lo butcher, who thoroutfiily understands the
meat nusincss. i an nouimand a nitf traiie.
Hn'fers to work in n shop. :w W . Market Ht.
iJ bookkeoper and acrounrant. Would
make arrangements toksep tradors' books for
two or three hours dally, 'terms moderate.
Address OMEOA, Tribune olflco.
X,T ANTED BY A MIDDLE AOED MAN
of HO years, experience in general
mercantile busiuesi, a position as clork or
manager. Address Manager, Tribune oflic
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNO
lady very much in need of work: a posi
tion in store or office; also experieniid in
dress making. Address C. D. B.. Mil Pinest.
TPHE HOLD1ER1N OUR CIVIL WAK."
1 on want this relic. Contains, all nt
Frank Leslie's famous old War Pictures,abow
ing the forces in actual battle, sketched on the
spot. Two volumes, 2,1100 pictures, Hold on
easy monthly payments. Delivered by ex
press complete, ell cbarge prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, 01! Adam Ave., Bcrantou, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA
zines, etc., bonnd or rebound at Tils
TniBi'NB offlce. Wuick work. Heasonable
Room and Board.
PLEASANT ROOM WITH BOARD AT HOT
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT, PORCELAIN,
Bridge and Crown work. Office, 225
cTcTlAUBACH. SURGEON DENTIST.
No. 115 Wyoming avenue.
K. M. STHATTON, OFFICE COAL Ex
change. Physician and Surgeon.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases ot Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
fice hours, Thursdays and Saturdays,
9 a. m. to 6 o. m.
DR. O. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to till 5pruce sireei. m-mmon, in.
(Just opposite Court House Square.)
DR. KAY, IK IJKNN AVE. ; 1 to 3 P. M.:
call Ictis. uis. or woiueii, uusucuils uou
and all dis. of chll.
DR. W. 13. ALLEN, 512 North Washlnston
avenue. ' . . i
DR. C. L. FREY. PRACTICE LIMITED,
diseases of tho Eye, Ear. Nose nnd
Throat; ottlce. 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence, 529 Vine street.
DR. L. M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON
avenue. Ofllce hours, 8 to 9 a. m., 1..10
to 3 and 7 to i p. m. Residence 309 Madi
DR.T. C. BATESON. Tl'ESDA YS AND
Fridays, at 505 Linden street. Ofllue
hours 1 to 4 p. m.
WARREN & KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors at Law, Republican
bullcllntr, Washington avenue, S-.-ran-ton.
JESSUPS HAND, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at mw, commonwcniin
tulldlna, Washington avenue.
W. II. JKSSfP,
HORACE E. HAND,
W. H. JESSUP. ,tP.
PATTERSON " WILCOX. ATTOTt
rieys and Counsellors at Law; offices 6
and 8 Library building. Scranton. Pn.
ROSEWELL H. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND. WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys nna . ounseiiors. conimon
wealth bulldlnsr. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKEI.L. ATTORNEY-AT-
Law, Koom u, oai xmungv, ncruu
JAMES W. OAK FORD, ATTORNKY-
at-I.nw, rooms o., nna oj, jonimon
SAMUEL W. EDGAR, ATTORNEY-At"
Law. Ofllce, 317 Spruce st.. Scranton, Pa.
L. A. WATERS, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawanna nve., 8cranton. Pa.
URIB TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY-AT-
Law, Dime HnnK Huiiding, Hcrunton,
Money to loan In large sums at S per
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-
Isw, Commonweaitn Duiming, scranton.
H. C. 8MYTHE, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
v tiacKawanna avenue.
C. COM EG Y8. 321 SPRfCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE. ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security. 408
8pruce street, i
B. F. KILLAM. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW.
J20 Wyoming; ave.. Scranton. Pa.
JA8. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-AT-
law, 4a commonwealth blirg. Scranton.
J. M. C. RANCK, 138 WYOMING. AVE.
ASSORTED INTO FIVE
are all worth from 6c to
first-class condition, onlv
smoke and water, not enmnrli li o:,.if!
602-G04 LACK! AVE, COR. AOAflS.
JOS. KUETTEL. REAR 611 LACKA
, wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
Rooms 24. 25 and 26, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICE
rear of C06 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR.aRC1UTECT
4Aj Spruce St., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
BSi?WJf .ft. MO,"8. ARCHITECTS,
I rice building-, 12S Washlnston avenue,
Ssf.r??.L 'i'HE,; lack aw ann a,
f 1 Pa- b'ares boys and Klrls
tor college or business; thoroughly
trains younur children. Catalogue at re
quest. Opens September 9
&R.Y'THOMA9 lr- CANN,
WALTER H. BUELL.
SIif WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTE V
eSo. ChS?,L4U A',a?s "venue. opeKs
ept. II. Klndegarten $10 per term.
THE REPfELIC SAVINGS AND
Jxian Association will loan you money
?r"fter .te.rm8 and P"K oa ber on
investment than nny other association.
bS l'dlnB Callender. Dime Bank
G. R. CLARK & CO., SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 14fl Washington ave
nue; green house. 1350 North Main ave
nue; store telephone 7S2.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 25 nnd 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR 5., L. ee W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the
European plan. VICTORKOCH,Prop.
WESTMINSTER HOTEL, ' " " ' "
Cor. Sixteenth St. und Irvlnr? Pluce,
Rntcs, Sl.no per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. ANARLE,
BAITER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
ding and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor.
117 Wyomlns avenue, over Hulbert's
MKGAltGEE BROTHERS PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bass, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scran
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
salo dealers In Woodwnro, Cordaso and
Oil Cloth.720 West Lackawanna aye.
THOMAS AUBREY.' EXPERT Ac
countant nnd auditor. Rooms 19 nml 20,
Williams Bullillnj;. opposite postulHce.
ARent for Ihe Rex Fire Extinguisher.
Ccntrul KailroaU of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and busqucnanna Division.)
knl.a,.Ua ..al lia,l u..li,nli.A1 . i.,,.,.-
Ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 17. ISW.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston,
Wllkes-Baire. etc., ut 8.20. 9.15, 11.30 u.m.,
1.20. 2.00. 3.05. 5.00. 7.10 p. m. Sundays, 1I.0J
u. m.. 100. 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic city. .:u a. m.
Ti-r Kftw York. Newark mifl wnilmtli
8.20 (express) a. in.. 1.20 (express w illi Huf
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express) p. in. Sun
day. 2.15 P. in. Train leaving 1.20 p. m.
arrives at i-iiiianeipnia, Jtcnillng Term
inal, 0.21 p. m. and New Yoi k Ai p. m.
... It. .1. I'kllnlr All..... n .
rur i,iiiit.i . iiunn, iiMrmiiwii. ix'tnie
hem, Easton nnd Philadelphia. S.20 u. m
1.20, 3.05, f.i (except Philadelphia) p. III.
DllllUUjr, ..... .. ....
For Long Branch. Ocean Grove, ete.. nt
8.20 a. m., 120 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon nnd irnrrlsburg
via Allentown, 8.20 u. in., 1.20, E.W p. m
CtlHUlit, it. ... y
For Pottsvllle, 8.20 n. m., 1.20 p. tn.
Returning leave New York, lout of Lib
erty street. North River, at 9.1H (exnre")
a. m., 1.10, 1.10. 4.30 (express with Rmiot
parlor cm ) p. m. Sunday. 4.30 a. m
Leave Philadelphia. Reading Terminal
9.00 a. in., 2.00 and 4.30 p. ni. Sunday fi "7
Thrnlicl. tli'knta te nil unlnta t .
r,-- . UI. t lUVtl-.-.,.
rates may be had on application In ad
vace to the ticket Agent at the station.
tl. I". IMI.IW X,
r- t, . ...
J. II. OLIIAUSEN. Gen. Supt." i,LnC'
ROAD. Conimenclng Monday,
fFVKifCboff . July 30, uu trains will
w7 O M BvS arrive ut nbr Lacka
W M B wanna, avenue siuUuu
JmW r ns follows:
J1W irmlnit will leave Rran.
ton station for Carboiidale anil Interme
diate points at 2.2?: 5.45. ..00. 1 1.2a nnd 10.10
. m., lZ.V'f, i.UU, ii.OO, ., v.u, I.-. J, o.iw UIIU
.20 p. m. . , ,
at 7.00, 8.25 and 10.10 u. m., 12.00, 2.20 and 5.15
'- 1 A 11. tnirn tha A iltKnn.lnoIra
v ur niuunr, oiii - n uuum ns
and Montreal at 5.45 u. m. and 2.20 p. m.
r-.. tl'It t.. ffn u 11.1 intiiemn.llii
r UI BURl'STUIIV ."lillliGUIIlir
iolntw at 7.45, 8.4."., ft.38 nnd 10.4:, a. m. ,12.05,
.20, 2.38, 4.00. 5.10. COR, 9.15 and 11.38 p. m.
X I HI lln mil HI llv 1 ciniiiMIl O I (II I II It
from Carbondale and Intermedinfp points
t iA U in ait nl 1ft At rt tn 1" rut t 17
. L I.TJ) O.IV, iT.rtl v.-wir ., Iu,w, l.ll.
.34, 8.40, 4.54, 6.55, 7.45, 9.11 and 11.33 p. tn.
From Hunesilale, Waymart. and Far
lew at 9.34 a. in., 12.00, 1.17, 3.40, 5.55 and
I.VO l. 111.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc.,
at 4.54 and 11.33 p. m.
r rom wiiKes-onrrn nnu intermediate
olnts at 2.15, 8.01, 10.06 nnd 11.55 a. m 1.18,
.14. J.39, 6.10. 6.03. 7.20, 8.03 and 11.16 p. m.
15c per yard.
a small nerrent-icr
209 Washington Avenue,'
Opp. Court House.
Renovate Feathers, '
Make Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
, Nov. 17, 1895.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia!
and New York via D. & H. R. R. at 7.41
m., , 12.A6, 1.20. 2.38 and 11.38 p. m Via D.,
L. & W. R. R 6.00, 8.08. 11.20 a. m.. and LW
Leave Scranton 'for Plttston and Wilkes.
Barre, via p., L. W. R. R., 6.00. i.08, 11.29
a. m., 3.40, 6.07, 8.52 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha.
fleton. Pottsvlllo and all points on tha
Beaver Mendow and Pottsvlllo brandies,
via E. A W. V. R. R., S.39 a. in., via D H
H. R. R. nt 7.45 o. m.. 12.05, 1.20, 2 38, 4.00 p.
p., L. & W. R. R. 6.00, 8.08. 11.20 a,
m, 1.30, 3.40 p. m.
Tave Scrnnton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Harrlsbiirg and all Intermediate
PS,1." oV? T)- n- T:4' a. m 12.06.
I. 20, 2.38. 4.00 11.38 p. tn., via D.. L. t W.
R. R., 6.00, 8.08. 11.20 n. m., 1.30 p. m.
Leavo Scranton for Tunkhannock, To.
wandu. Elrnlra, Ithaca. Geneva and all
Intermediate points via D. & H. R. R. 8 4J
R r' s2,m IV U3', ",? vla D- W
. R.. 8.08, 9.5ii n. m., 1.30 p. m.
I.oave Scranton for Rochester. Buffalo,
Niagara Falls. Detroit, Chicago and all
5n''wi!f' M,p- "' vla D- W. R. R.
and Plttston Junction, 8.08, 9.55 a. m.. 1.30.
"'to 51- )'ln K- w- v- ri- 41 p.m.
andn.07L,-. t.W R- , 0S' 8 55 fc m - VM-
Pllllinntt iktifl .i.nni i
nnir ram on all trnlns between t. &
Jintlon or WllkM-Riirrft nnrl Vm
J Mladlphla. BufTalo, and Suspeiuiloi
RHT.T TM TT WTT TTtn r m a.
SAS R J&B "f": r""uA8t:.Phlla.IP aJ
... ... iiy.NjNPJ.n-i.;i, ASSt. Oen.
-an. aki., ooutn Bethlehem, Fa.
Del., Luck, and Western.
Eff.-. t Monday, June 24. 1895.
X rains leave. Hcrantnn n fr.ll. a-. Vw-
ri1"!. fc.New York and all points EasO
1.40, 2.50. 6.15, 8.00 and 8.56 , m.; 12.5fani
Exnress for P!n.tnn. Tmnlnn T11.I1AAa1.
phla and the South, 5.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a? m.. ,
12.5.1 and 2.34 p. m. '
nsninKton and way stations, 8.65 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommoilntlon, . 10 p. ni.
Express for Ulnirliamton. Oawegro, El
rnlra, Cornlni?, Bath, Dansvllle, Mount
Morris and HufTalo, 12.10, 2.35 n. m., and
1.21 p. m., niaklns; close connections at
Ruffalo to nil points In the West, North.
West and Southwest.
Hath accommodation, 9 a. m.
RinKhamton nnd way stations, 12.37 p.m.
Nicholson accommodation, 5 p. m.
lllnfjhamtou and Kim Ira Express, (.OS
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswega
film and Rlchfluld Springs, 2.35 a.m. and
1.24 p. tn.
Ithaca. 2.3T. nnd Path 9 n. m. nnd 1.21 p.m.if
Barre, Plymouth, ISIoomsburR- and Dan.
ville, mnltln close connections at North,
umherlani! for Wllilamsport, Harrlsburj.
Unltlmore, Washington and tha South.
NorlliiiMilierlanil und Intermediate sta.
Hons, COO, 9.55 a. ni. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
N'aiitlioke and intermediate stations,
8.0S nml 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stations, 3.40 nml 8.52 p. m.
Pullman parlor mi u sleeping coaches on
nil exnress trains. I
For detailed Information, pocket tltnsT
tables, etc., nppiy to m. Ij. emitn, city
ticket ofllce, :i"8 Lackawanna avenue, on
depot ticKct oince.
I'rie and Wyominii Valley.
Truius Iviiv Sciitnton for New York;
nnd intermediate Points on tho Erie rail.
i d mI ul V.IO a. in. una 3.2'J p. in. Also for
Iluiiesilulc. liawicy anu local points at
7.IHI. 0.40 a in. und 3.29 p. in.
All the above aro through trains to anil
Trains leave for Wllkos-Barre at 6.31 .
m. and J. IU p. in.
In r.rtcrt September aind, 1S0S.
b 3 i &
o Tl VTrr.lna Tlnllr
Ex- t &
Q y. I cept Mitiday.)
kj '6 a
n Arrive Leavei
7 N. v. Franklin st.
7 in West 4nd street
r ii Arrirn Leavcl
1 15 Uani iCk Junction
IS to Preston Park
m 4n ' uomn . ,
12 U Belmont
'J i "I Pleiisunt. Mt.
R 5-11 ni carbondnlB
rti 4(1 lmo White HrliUB
0 4!i ....I Mayllelo.
4ijti ss .icrtnyn
3-,li is . Archibald
OSH 11 11 ' Pcckvtlle
8W.ll U7 Olvrhsnt
6 18 II (M Throop
0 Kill Ik. providence
fl i-j;ticeT Park pisce
o in 10 n hcrauton
m U m Leave
AH trains run riullv rxcent t-undsT.
t slsniacs that trains stop ou signal fori
hccure rates via Ontario a Western If
Itircbuslmr tickets and save money. Dajl
uiKi r.iprcssiotnn west.. i
J. n A naersrA. flsn. Pssa i
T. FUtcroIt, Dir. tun, up, seraatou, rJ