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THE SCRANTON TBIBUNE FBIDAY MORNLNG. OCTOBER 23, 1896.
MARKETS AND STOCKS
Wall Street Review.
New Void, Oct. 22. It la a long time
-.iitoe the bull feelinR at the Stock Ex-
1 iiiinKe has run aa high aa It did today.
Despite the advance In the Bank of
KiiUiuml rate of discount and the ad
v;imv in the rates of Sterllnsr Exchange,
piii.es declined only V to i per cent,
inid In a very short time the trend of
the market was upwards once more.
Ah the rise made progress the shorts
Wame thoroughly alarmed and their
purchases gave an Impetus to the up
wunl movement. The hulls had full
control uihI lifted one stock after nn-etlu-r
with comparative ease. The
highest quotations were reached about
2 o'clock nnd nt that time prices show
ed an advance of M. to 2:Si per cent.,
th'-Ti i...-triuls.IvOiilsvllle ami Nashville,
the Grangers and the South westerns
leudiuir. The df alines were largely pro
fessional, but some of the commission 1
house!, did report orders for moderate I
amounts from outside account, the lat- j
ter i tohahly because of the easier rates
for money here. Around delivery hour
'-MS !. '$).) news catne about the fur
t' i i'en. rniizationtn the wheat tnnrkt
and the bears used it to make a drive
it the share list. Kvt-n then they met
with very Indifferent sueecss. The de
cline from the highest was only '4 to
per cent., nnd this too, imtw ithstandimj
extensive realizations. The market left
off sieady at a fractional rally. Net
ol-.anjjeH show un advance of lVitfi lrS.
Tooaciii leadi'itr. In the wpeelulties
Iowa Central jn-iferr.-il lumped 214 and
Culil'er preferred 2'4. The total sales
were L'l'Ji.sss shares.
Kunushed by WltJ IA.M IJNN, Al
I.1SN to CO.. stock brokers, Mean billlJ
liitf, rooms 70j-7uti.
Upon- Illph- Low- Clns
Inu. t-st. tsi Ins
Am. Tobncco To 71'i IVi 71''. 72";
Am. fotton Oil .... vt-'t l:t;, ls-' 13;,
Am. Simar IJe'c Co. MM. Hie,, lm 1 10
Atch.. To. & S. IV .. U- 14',. p.io, ijjtj
A tun., To. to S. Fit, IT 1.1"s
( cos. Ai Ohio ...
chicaKO Uas ...
CMf. to X. W .,
i '1,1c. H. to Q
; . c. c. to St. I
.Mil. A St.
i t.i.-.. it. I. &
Del. & ilOj ..
r., L. & w ....
I'isl. to C. K ....
Gen. Kleetric ..
Lake Shore ....
. at "
Louis, to Nash
Al. K. & Texas,
X. J. Central
. V. Central
X. Y.. L. 11 V.
V. Y.. S. to W
i tnl. & Western ...
I'iul. lt'iul ,
Southern It. R
Southern It. It., Pr,
Tenii. C. to 1 ,
Wabash, IT ,
Wusteni I'llluii ....
r. S. Leather
i'. S. Le.it her, IT...
l S. Ittibiter
CHICAGO BOARD OP THAUE PRICKS.
WHKAT. Open.- High- Low Clo.
Ing est. est. Ire.
December 7l'i "Pi "tt't "')'
Mfy 7Si 7.v 7-lVss Vi:'
In timber 17 17 IMi
.May 21 21'a 20", 21
D.cember Si 2I'J 23'i
Mav 2;', 28 27" 27!j
D.cpmber 4,L' 4.22 4.17 4.17
.lanaarv 4.4o 4.17 4.40 4.10
Dr.emlnr !.!.". 7.H i.W f-.'M)
.h.imuiy 7.!w "i.'J'i 7.U5 7.75
Scrnnton Bonn! of Trade F.xclinngr
Qnntatioiito-AII Qtiotutiuu Uuscd
on 1'ur ol 100,
THme Dep. Pis Bnrk 140
S. rsnton Lace Ciirtnlr Co
National Coring to Drilling Co
I'lrst National bank
S' Tanton Jar ft Stopper Co. ..
hhnhurxt Donlevard Co
St-ranton Savings P.nnk
Unnta Flate Glass Co
Seranton I'ncklng Co
Lackawanna Iron & Steel Co.
Third National Rank
Thrnop Novelty Mfg. Co. ...
S. ranton Traction Co
Scranton Axle Works
Lnek'a Trust & Safe Dep. Co,
Kcnnomy Steam Heat &
Scrnnton Bass. Railway, first
mortgage due WH
Feople's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Scrnnton ft I'ittslon Trao. Co. ...
People s Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgaKe due 1920
Dickson Manufacturing Co. ,,
Laeka. Township School 5..
City of Soranton St. Imp. 6.
Horoitgh of Wlntort 6
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scrnnton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co
New York Produce Market.
New York, Oct. 22. Flour Neglected
owing to the high prices asked, closing
easy with wheat; nominally 10c. under
invitations last given. Wheat Spot mar
);i dull, 4r'n 47e. lower, with options,
elcslng weak; f. o. b.. Sic; ungraded red,
7H:rt2c.j No. 1 northern, 7'.; options
clossd unsettled at 4-va4',c. under yester
day; No. 2 red, January, "ti'ie.; March,
MV.; May, SOc; October, 75c.; Novem
ber, 75'ic;; Diccmbir, 77'.c. Corn Spots
dull, weaker; No. 2 at 293,a.'lae. ; elevator,
3ta3lo. ntlo.it; options were less active
iiiMi ii i vmiuii, viuiiis ry hi r4 . lie- .
line; October, ai:,c; December. 3H"io.; :
May, 331c. Oats Spots dull, easier; op
tions stendv, dull: October, 23Ue.: DeceIn
ber, 2:)'ic.; spot prices. No. 2 nf 22.a2,c. ;
. z wnite, iso. s cnieago, 2l'-c:
No. 3 at 2'e.; No. 3 white, 2,V2c; No". 2
Chicago, 21'i,c.; o. 3 nt 21c; N.i. 3 white,
23a; mixed western. 21h25c: hite do. and
state, 22a32c. Provisions .Dull, nominally
unchanged. Butter Kirm, fair demand;
prices unchanged. Cheese Klrm, better
demand, steady. K:rgs Fancy, scarce,
linn; State nnd Pennsylvania, lStyiLUc.;
lee house, 14'.a1Cc; western fresh, lti'ia
19c; do. case, t2a4.M; limed, 15c.
Pliilndelphin Provision .Wtirkrt.
I'hlladclphla, Oct. 22. Provisions wero
firm and in steady, moderate Jobbing do
mum!. We quote: City smoked, betf, 11a
I2,M beef hnms. J16.25nH5.GO. as to avernge;
pork, family, $11; hnms, S. P. cured, In
tierces, Salop.; do. smok"d, lOallVic, as
to average: sliles, ribbed, In salt, V.'4:iV'''.
do. do. smoked, 5a5'i".; shoulders, plcklo
enred, BUnj'aC.; do. do. smoked. CUafic;
picnic hams, S. P. cured, BwiKe.; do. do.
smoked, 6i.a7c.i bellies. In pfckle, accord
ing to average, loose, naC'ic; breckfast
bacon, 7.i7'jc., as to brand and average;
lard, pure, city refined, in tierces, B'inu'c. j
do. do. do.. In tubs, OyiPTie.; do. butchers',
loose, 4,a4!4e.; city tallow. In hogsheads,
3".c; country do., 23'.., aa to quality,
and cakes, tc.
Chicago Crain nnd Provision Mnrkrt
Chicago. Oct. 22. Futures ranged as fol
lows: Wheat October, 7o",,0)7' ,c. : De
cember, T3Tka70,!c.; May, 784a"4,e." Corn
October, L'L'a22c; December, Z'fiia'Sr.',
May, 27l!.a27,!.c. Oats, October, pesanUc;
December, lrinlStw.; Mav, 2oT21. Moss
Pork December, :95nfi.90; January, t7.S5a
7.75. Lord December. tl !"a4.171'.; Janu
ary. t4.40a4.40. Short Ribs December,
J3.ls)a3.li: Januan . t3.H5n3 8214. Cash quo
tatins follow: Flour Weak; hard wheat
spring patents, $la4.fi0 In wood; soft wheat
patents, t3.5Uu3.75: hard wheat bakers, t2.'J0
nS.lo in sacks; No. 2 spring wheat, S7'4a
7P4C.; No. 3 do., ftlaCStc. b. s.; red, 7W,a
75''4C.; corn. 22,i23c; osts. 17'ic.; rye, 23'i
3lc; barley, 3Hc. nominal: flaxseed, 71a
72c; timothy seed, I2.W) nominal; mesa
pork, f59.a7; Inrd. t4.17M-a4.20; short ribs,
sides, t3.';0a3.80: shoulders, t4a4.25; short
clear slies. t4.2.".a4.37',4; whisky, tl.U;
Buffalo Live Block.
Hilffalo, Oct 22.-Cattle Steadv; light
butchers steers, t3.70s3 .85; fair to gooj
heifers, t3.25n3.30; stockers and feeders, Via
2.30; veals, Ilrnier; good to extra, t5.75a6.25;
common to fair, t3.60a5.50. Hogs Fairly
active; Yorkers, good to choice, t3.G0a3.;
mixed packers, t3.5oa3.fi0; extreme heavy
grades, t3.50a3.u5; roughs. t3a3.10; stags.
J2.25a2.77i. Sheep and lambs Steady, fair
to good native lambs, t3.K5a4.25; extra, 4.30
4.35; culls and common, I'ia3.50; mixed
sheep, good to choice, t2.75a3.25; culls to
fair. tl.Gttal 0; yearlings and wethers, t3.3
uJ.'uO; Canada, lambs, Ha4.3i.
Chicago Live Mock.
Vnlon Stock Yards. Oct. 22. Cattle lie
eelpta not Klven; market barely steady;
common to extra steers. 3.:i5it5.3; stock,
els and feeders, t2.4DaU.75; cows and buPs,
tl.ryiaJ.i'.: calves, $3at.l; Texans, fc'.Gta
3.1.'j; western rangers. t2.5uu3.K5. Hogs
Market firm and 5c. hlfther; heavy pui-k-ing
and shipping lots, t3.2.'ui3.."5; common
to choice mixed, K.ijii3.c: choice assori.
ed. tU.5iiii3.Ktl; Hunt, t3.2Cm3.C0; pigs. ti.o"a
3.50. Sheep Market firm; Inferior to
choice, tl.J0a3.25; lambs, t:i;i4."if.
Oil Cltyl Oct. 22. Option oil and credit
gUEKIFF S HALE.
Valuable Real Estate
SATL'ItbAi, NOVRMBElt 14lh, 1S9.
Bv virtue oi sundry writ of Fieri Fa
cias. Levari Facias and Venditioni Kx
punns, Issued out of the court of common
pleas of Lackawanna coumy. to me di
rected? I will expose io public sale by ven
due or outcry, to the highest and bcitt
bidders, for cash, ut the court house, in
the city of Scr.inton, Lackawanna coun
ty, on SATURDAY, the FoCUTKlON'! II
DAY OF NOVlO.MltF.R. A. D., 1SW at 10
oVloek In the forenoon of said day, all
the right, title and interest of the de
fendants In and to the following de
scribed lots, pieces or parcels of InuJ,
No. 1. All the right title and interest of
thtf defendant. .Mrs. S. W. Kdgar, In and
to all the following described lots, pieces
and parcels of land situate In tjio city of
Scranton, county of Lackawanna, and
slate of Pennsylvania:
First All that piece, parcel, or lot of
land situate, lying nnd being In the illy
of Scranton, county of Lackawanna and
state of Pennsylvania, described 11s fol
lows, to wil: Ueginnlng at a stake at
the southwest corner of lot No. 11 In
block "D" of Von Storch's village plot as
laid out by II. J. Phillips and on the north
east side of Hreaker (formerly Centci I
street, thence running north llfty-one Ml
degrees lifieen (.15) mlr.utes west along
the northeast side of said street fifty t.Vn
feet to n corner; thence north thlrty-elglit
t;is degree forty-live (45) minutes east
along line of lot No. seven (7) In said plot,
ninety (901 feet to a comer; thence south
llfty-one (511 degree fifteen (15 minutes
east flftv (5'D feel to a corner, to line of
said lot number eleven (II); thence somh
thirty-tight (38) degree forty-five (15) min
ute west along the line of said lot ninety
(90) feet to the place of beginning; b-.'ing
lot No. nine (9) In the block and plot afore
mid; improved with one two-story frame
dwelling house and outbuilding thereon.
All that certain lot. piece or parcel of
laud situate In the city of Scranton. conn,
tv of Lackawanna, state of Pennsylvania,
described as follows, to wit: On the
northeast forty-live (45) feet more or less
in width by Deacon street; on the north
west one hundred and thirty-nine (1.19) leet
more or less in depth by the middle gar
den lot; on the southwest forty-live (l.i)
feet more or less in width by the trans
verse line; and on the southeast one hun
dred and thirty-nine (139) feet more or
h ss In depth by the southeasterly line of
the Homestead." being tile same lols of
land described us "purpart V" In the re
turn or the Jurv of linpilsitlon In the pro
ceedings in partition had In the orphans
court of Lackawanna county of the es
tate of Euphemla W Int, deceased. No. 2!'i
Series A. which said purpart was award
ed Io Cornelia H. Kdgar.
Seized and taken 111 execution at the
suit of Cleland, Simpson to Taylor vs. Mrs.
S. W. Kdgar. Debt $32.15. Judgment No.
PHi. Mav Term, 1M. Vend ex to Novem
ber term, 189"l. PKCK, Aity.
No. 2. All the dofendnnt's right, title to.
anil Interest In the following ilcscrlli-d
piece or parcel of real estate .situate, ly
ing und being In the Borough of LMinmote.
eountv of Lackawanna and state of Penn
sylvania, bounded and described as fol
lows, to wit: Beginning at a stake on a
street In lino of A. H. Silknian's land,
thence southeast nlong said A. U. Silk
man's land. 157 feet to un alley; thence
northeust along said alley loo feet to a
stake; theneo nortliwes,t 157 feet to the
uforesald street; thence southwest along
said street loo feet to the place of begin
ning. Containing about one-half ('2) of
an acre of land, more or less, coal and
minerals reserved. Being same premises
conveyed to Albert Butterimin by .deed
dated August 30th, ISSti. recorded In Lacka
wanna county In D. B. No. 38, page 42ti,
etc All improved with a two-story and
basement single dwelling house, a doulde
house arranged fur two families and out.
Second All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant In and to all the surface
or right of soil of that certain lot of land
situate in the Fifth ward of the city of
Scranton, county of Lackawanna, and
state of Pennsylvania, described as fol
lows, to wit: Being 50 feet In front on
the southeasterly side of Shermnn ave
nue, and 225 feet In depth, and known ns
lots Numbers 1! and 20 In block No. 2t,
according to a plot, or map, entitled Price
ft Pancoast's addition to the city of Scran
ton, coal nnd minerals reserved. All Im
proved with a two-story frame dwulling
house and outbiillilings thereon.
Seized nnd taken In execution nt the
suit of John S. Bortree vs. Albert Butter
man. Debt tl,79tl. Judgment No. rJ.
January term, lhiti, n. fa. to Nov. term,
11VLSLANDER & VOSBVRO, Attys.
.No. 3. All the right, title nnd interest of
tV defendant, Grnee Franey. admlnistru
trix of the estate of Michael Franey, de
ceased, In ami to all those certain lots of
land situate: In Scrnnton, Lnckawanu.i
eountv, Pennsylvania, bounded and de
scribed as follows: No. 1 Commenclivt
at a corner of un, alley on the south side c f
Brick avenue being .forty-two (42) feet
front on said avenue, and forty-two (4J)
feet In rear, nnd being one hundred and
lirty (150) feet in depth and Including nil
the land and no more lying between the
aliev and the lot owned by the estate f.f
A. P. O'Donnell, familiarly known ns
"Happy Jerrv," coal and minerals re.
served. All Improved with a two-story
frame dwelling, barn and outbuildings
thereon. No. 2 All the surface or right
of soil of all thut lot of land situate in
cltv of Scrnnton. county of Lackawanna,
Pennsylvania, situate on Nicholson street
In the Second ward of said city. Said lot
Is on the southerly side of street known
on Pierce's tnup us Nicholson street en
map made under direction of the city of
Scranton is called Thompson street, sui 1
lot is designated In said Pierce's map as
lot No. twenty-two (2i) and Is fifty (
feet front and rear and one hundred and
flftv (150) feet deep. No. S All the surface
und right of soil or nnd to nil that lot of
land situate In said city of ranton.
county of Lackawanna, Pennsylvania,
viz: two lots on southerly side of Nichol
son street und known as lols Nos. seven
teen (17) and eighteen (1M each lot being
fifty (50) feet front nnd rear and one hun
dred and llfty feet deep.
Seized and taken In execution nt the
suit of W illiam Dunn vs. Grace Franey,
administratrix of the estate of Michael
Franev, deceased. Debt tl.iiOQ. Judgment
134. Nov. term, 1891. Fl. fa. 10 Nov. term,
189. T. J. Dl'UGAN, Atty.
No. 4. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant, M. O. Webster, In and
to all that certain lot of land lying In the
Borough of Dunmore, county of Lacka
wanna and Mate of Pennsylvania: Be
ginning at a corner of lot on Mill street,
number fifty-five, as appears on map of
Pennsylvania Coal company's lands, run
ning In a northerly direction one hundred
ad forty-four feet to an alley; thence In
a westerly direction along said alley tif'y
feet; thence in a southerly direction one
hundred and forty-four feet to a corner
on Mill street; thence in an easterly direc
tion along Mill street to the place of be
ginning. Being tlfty feet In front and one
hundred and forty-four feet deep, and be
ing lot No. 53 on mnp of Pennsylvania Coal
company's lands, excepting nnd reserving
all coal and minerals beneath the surface.
All Improved with a two-story frame,
dwelling house, with an "L" attached on
the front and a two-story frame house
and a shanty on the rear and outbuildings
Seized and taken In execution nt the suit
of Scranton Savings Bank and Trust
company vs. M. O. Webster and Nancy
E. Webster. Debt tl.W0. Judgment No.
f7. Nov. T., 189. fl. fa. to Nov. T.. 1890.
No. 6. All the right, thle and Interest of
the defendant. fatrlcK w. Murphy, In ami
to all the following described lot of land
' situate io the city of Scranton, county of
Lackawanna and state of Pennsylvania,
being lots Nos. one !, two (2).-thro (3).
four (4). five (5), six CD, and that )art of
seven (7) lying between the southerly side
or said lot six (I!) and the Remington line,
all In block No. seventy-seven (77) und
situated upon street called und known ua
Stafford street upon the town plot of (he
city of Scranton; each of suid full lots
being forty (10) feet In front, the same In
rear and one hundred and fifty (150) feet
Coal und minerals reserved to the legal
owners thereof by sufficient terms in law.
Seized and taken In execution ut the suit
of Margaret Simon and K. W. Gunster.
executors of Fred Simons, deceased. Debt
5341.53. Judgment No. 229. Nov. term,
lSUii. fl. fa. to Nov. -term, 1S91!.
No. (I. All the right, title and Interest of
the defendant, Henry Dovle, In and to all
the surface or right of soil of all that cer
tain lot of land situate In the township of
did ForRe (now borough of Taylor), coun
ty of Lackawanna and state of Pennsylva.
nia, bounded and described aa follows:
Beginning at a point on northerly side of
Sampson street at Intersection of said
strtet with Center avenue, thence easter
ly ulong Sampson street 50 feet to corner
of lot No. 2; thence nlong line of said lot
In northerly direction 150 feet to a corner;
thence In a westerly dlreotlon at a right
angle to said last mentioned line 50 feet
to Center avenue: thence In a southerly
direction nlong snld avenue 150 feet to
scld Sampson street, pl-tee of beginning.
Heirs lot No. 1 In block C of a plot of
lots of New York, Susquehanna snd West
ern Coal company. In village of Rendhani.
Lackawanna county, Pennsylvania.
All Improved with a two-story framo
building used as dwelling house by res
tuurunt. Seized and taken In execution
nt the suit of .M. M. Williams vs. Henry
I1oyk Debt tlS1.25. Judgment No. Hi.
May T., 1830. fl. fa. to Nov. T.. lS9ti.
TAYLOR & LEWIS, Attys.
No. 7. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant, Daniel Mitchell, In and
to all that certain lot or niece of land
situate In the township of Old Forge.
Lackawanna county. Pennsylvania, uouuu-
ed and described as follows:
Beginning at a eorvr on Fallon street;
thence alone same westerly llfty (50) feet
to lot of Thomas Gllh U: thence along his
lot about one hundred and fifty (If)! feet
in a southerly direction to land of Ebe-
neser Drake; thence along said land east
or,y about sixty (ilt'i feet to a corner;
thence northerly one hundred and ninety
one (1911 feet moie or less 10 a corner, the
place of beginning. Containing eighty-live
hundred square feet of laud, the same
more or less, and being lot number forty
two (42) on the plan of lots of Thornis
Smith rstute. Coal and minerals reserved.
Being the same nremises widen were
conveyed by Jane S. Smith, executrix to
Daniel Aiueiio.i, oy ded date 1 uecemrjer
1st. 18!m. recorded in Lackawanna county
in Deed Book 88. page 24:!. Improved with
one two-story house, barn, outhouses un,l
fruit trees thereon. Seized and taken In
execution at the suit of Drake ft Stewart
vs. Daniel Mitchell. Debt tl21.IW. Judg
ment No. 815. January T., 189ti vend ex. to
November p., IOK.
No. 8. All the right, title und Interest
of the defendant, .Margaret Ruddy, ad
ministratrix of Miirtln J. Ruddy, deceased,
in and to nil those three certain pieces or
parcels of land situate in the city of Scran
ton, enmity 01 i,:u km wanna and state 01
Pennsylvania described as follows, to wit:
The lirst thereof beiiiK lot number twen
ty-four (24) in square or block number two
hundred und twenty (220) and situute upon
street called and known as Capouse ave
nue upon ine pun 01 Mcinnton, inienucu to
be duly registered and recorded, said lot
being forty (401 feet in front and one hun
dred and fifty (150) feet In depth and rec
tangular with an ulley In the rear sixteen
(1) feet wide for public use, with the privi
lege or using ten (10) reet in rront ot the
fiout line of said let on Cupouse avenue,
also ten feet in front on Ash street for
yard, vault, porch, piazza, cellaiway and
bay window. All Improved with a two-
story bakery building, brick und frame
oouer nouse and lrume nam in I lie rear.
Thu second thereof being lot number
thirteen (13) In square or block number two
hundred nnd twenty-one C!21) uml situate
upon street called Bid known as Capouse,
avenue upon the plot of Scranton Intended
lo be duly registered and recorded, sai l
lot being forty 1 loi feet in Donl nnd one
hundred and fifty dim feet in depth, and
is rec In 11 K ilia r with an alley In the rear
sixteen feet wide for public usu, with
I he privilege of using ten feet in front
of the front line of said lot on Capouse
avenue, also ten feet in front on Ash street
for yard, vault, uoreh, piazza, cellurway
nnd bay windows. All Improved with a
two-sluiy brick dwelling house and out
house. The third thereof being all thut certain
piece or puree! of land situate in the Sev
enth ward of Scranton on the south side
of Phelps street and bounded as follows,
to wit: Beginning nt ihe easterly corner
of lot sold to Ralor and running southerly
aiong nis line one nunureo and rorty feet;
thence easterly twenty-six feet and eight
inches; thence northerly one hundred an 1
forty feet to Phelps street; thence west
erly uliing the Hue of said street twenty
six feci and eight inches to the place of be
ginning, lieinu a part or lot number thir
teen In square or block number three of
Phelps and Winlon's addition to the citv
of Scranton. improved with a two-story
frame dwelling house, barn und outbuild
Sized and taken In execution at the suit
of Michael M. Ruddy vs. .Margaret Rud
dy, administratrix of the estate of Martin
J. Ruddy, deceased. Debt. jill.iMl.ii'l.
Judgment No. i;s), January Term. !;;.
Lev. fa. to November Term. isw.
IB HiAN. Atty.
No. 9. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant, William Dawkins, ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of
Jane Williams, late of Lackawanna coun
ty, deceased, in and to all that certain mt,
piece or parcel of bind situate in the cilv
of Scranton, county of Lackawanna and
state of Pennsylvania, bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit: Being lot si
numbers llfty (5n) nnd !lfty-oni (51) In
square or block number nlnete .n (19i ac
cording to a plan or map entitled Price b
Pancoast's addition to the city of Scran
ton. Kaeh of saiil lots belli:: twenty-five
(25) feet In front on Everett avenue, the
same In rear and one ha ml red nnd eighty-
istuay. JLVVeli Mar
lota bay. of Me.
TBE GPtAT 30th Day.
produce the nbovc results In .10 durs. Its U
liowemilly and qnirkiy. Cures when sllcthrrs fail
Voiiuk men will rraaiM thc.r lest manhood. and olr
men will recover tlir mnitljiul tuor by nsln.
KKVIVO. It quick yO'i.Uurcly rcMo isNVnous
ncss. Lot Vitality, liiu'im ncv. Mai.tiy tnusmom
best power. Failing Memory. Wuoitiu Pin m au
til effects of self-ubiiHc or exce- and i!i(iiretior
" Inch untitMir.o tor s u.ly business orru'rlnr. Ii
lot only 1 in by sUrting at the seat nf d. ene b
'.a a great ner-.e Ionic and hfuocl hnlbler, briuf
"H back the p iik Rlmv to pale rlierl'. d ri
lo:i.;B the (Ire of youth. It words nit Tpumii
nil ( on innptlon. Insist en Piv.i.ir itt.vivo, l
!ir. I can be carried i:i v.-st joeii, t. by in- i
1 .110 per package, or sin tor b.'i.oo, n lib n pc
re written KO'irautce to cure or refui
e money. Circular tree. Addrts
- VniDiH" -"-. c CHtC'CO '-'
For Sole by MATTIIFW'S ISKO.4., Drug
gist Scranton, Pa.
. ' iaf'r
What 5arah Bernhard My
seven and one-half (187!) feet In depth.
Improved with a single frame dwelling
house and outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken In execution at the suit
or West Side Bank vs. William Dawkins.
executor of the lust will and testament of
Jane Williams, deceased. Debt. 1200. Judg
ment No. Wi, Nov. T.. lS9ii. Ii. fa. to Nov.
Term. !. THOMAS. Atty.
No. in. All that certain lot of land with
the buildings and Improvements thereon
erected, situate In the Fourteenth wurd of
the city of Scranton, county of Lackawan
na and state of Pennsylvania, described
according to a survey thereof, made by A.
B. Dunning, Jr., surveyor, doted Nov. 1st,
1894, as follows to wit: Beglnnig at a
point on the northeast side of West Lack
awanna avenue at a distance of 25 feet
southeastward from the southeast side of
Eighth street, containing In front on the
said West Lackawanna avenue. 25 feet
and extending of tlmt breadth in length or
depth notUic'aslward 150 feet to an alley.
Being the same premises which Allen Ko
senkrana and wife by an Indenture dated
the 1st day of July, 1S92, and recorded in
Deed Book No. Io3. pp. 102, etc., granted
and conveyed unto the said Philip Bartron,
his heirs and assigns for such estate und
for the remainder of such term of years
as vested In the said Allen Rosenkruns
under and by virtue of the deed from the
Scranton Stove works to the said Allen
Rosenkrans dated the 12th day of Febru
ary, A. D. 18KI, and recorded in deed book
No. 21, pp. 5:'2, etc. Excepting and reserv
ing all the coal and minerals beneath the
surfuce of said lot as mentioned In the
nbove recited Indenture. And the trustees
of the Proprietors' School Fund of Provi
dence by 1111 Indenture dated the 7th day
of July, 1S93. and recodred in deed book
No. 100, pp. 99, etc., granted, remised, re
leased nnd quit claimed unto the said
Philip Bartron and his heirs and assigns
the above described lot of land subject to
the leasehold interest therein of Joseph
Fellows, his hell's and assigns. All Im
proved with two-story wagon shop, with
tenements above and one f'-ame two-story
tenement in rear with outbuildings, ete.
Seized nnd taken in execution at the suit
of The Pnlted Security Life Insurance
nnd Trust company of Pennsylvania vs.
Philip Bartron. Debt, $5,045 00. Judgment
No. C90, Nov. T., 1S95. Lev. fa. to Nov. T.,
M. COMEOY8, Atty.
No. 11 All the right, title nnd Interest of
the defendant. Sarah D. Lec, In nnd to all
that certain lot or piece of ground sltuato
In the Second ward of the city of Scrnnton.
county of Lncknwnnna, state of Pennsyl
vania, Becinnlng nt a point on the north
side of Llnvd street at the distance or one
hundred aixly-elTht Os) feet westward
from the west side of North Main avenue,
containing in front or breadth on snld
Lloyd street fifty (50) feet and extending
of that breadth In depth northward ono
hundred and fifty (150) feet to an allev;
being the same prem'ses which W. W.
Wlntnn and wife by deed dated Jnnunry
24, 1K9S. gronted and conveyed onto the
said Snrnh D. Le? In fee. Coal and min
erals reserved to the legal owners thereof
hv terms sufficient In law; all Improved
with a two-story and basement framo
double dwelling house and outbuildings
Seized nnd token In execution nt the suit
of Mason & Snowden vs. Sarah TV Lee.
Debt, X130.TU. Judgment No. 3"9 May
Term, 1S95. Fl. fa. to Nov. Term. 1S!.
D. W. BROWN, Atty.
All of which will be sold for cash only.
FRANK II. CLEMONS. Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Scranton, Pa., Oct. 23,
MEAT MARKET !
The Finest In (he City.
The latest Improved hirnlsh
ings and apparatus fur keeping
meat, ' Liittcr and'egjs.
223 Wyoming Avenua.
Coal of the best quality for domestlo uss
nd of all lzes. Including Buckwheat and
Blrdseye, delivered in any part of lha city
at the lowest price.
Orders received at ths Office, first floor.
Commonwealth building, room No, 8;
telephone No. 2C24 or at the mine, tele
phone No. 272, will be promptly attended
to.Dealt-rs supplied at the mine.
RCQinS I AND 2, COaUTHBI'O'G,
MA DIC AT MO09IC AND RUB
LAFLIN A RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Pnttorioa, ElnntrU KxtiloJlers. f-r ox
lauding blust-i, Kii'ety t'tiHv, und
Repanno Chemical Co. 's
W AND BLASTIKS
Will Be Held as Follows;
ODD. FELLOWS' HALL, DUNMORE,
Friday, Oct. 23d, 1S95. Spsaksrs of the eveniug will
be Hon. B. F. , Hughes, of Philadelphia; R. A.
Zimmerman, esq., E. H. Shurtleff, esq., and
' John F. Reynolds, esq.
The issues of the campaign will be discussed iu the
fullest manner by able and eloquent orators. Let no person
neglect the opportunity of being fully informed upon the
questions at issue. All are "earnestly and most cordially in
vited to attend.
124-126 Wyoming Avi
Will pluce on sale the following extra
ordinary values and we can safely
say the foods we place befora the
public are "5 per cent, cheaper than
same class of merchandise can be
purchased elsewhere. We can tilso
assure you that every dollar's worth
of our stock is new and all of tl inc
lntest styles and newest ideas and
at prices thut should attract atten
tion. 3 gross Curatona, skin and complexion
soap, regular price 2Jc. per cake;
Leader's frice, 3 cakes for 21c, nnd
every purchaser of cakes receives
a premium, choice between 'i doxen
silver plated forks, table spoons, -)
dozen tea spoons, or 1 sugar shell
and 1 butter knife.
One lot of fancy Silks, goods usunlly
retail at "ue. and Hm. a yard; ehoico
of any 49c.
100 remnants fine Dress Goods, in
lengths running from two to five
. yards, at about 25c. on the dollar.
33 pieces all-wool fancy Dress' Goods,
these goods sold early in the stuson
at 45c. and. Mc; Leader's Price, 2.1c.
23 pieces fancy Boucle Dress Goods, in
all the newest colorings, retail all
over the country at 50c; Leader's
I'l lce, 37c.
73 pieces plain and figured Black Dress
Goods, guaranteed every thread
wool, in three lots:
Lot one, worth 60c; Leader's Price,
Lot two, worth COc; Leader's Price,
Lot three, worth SOc; Leader's Price,
Children's Cloth Caps, Leader's Price,
Children's Cloth Caps, Leader's Price,
Fancy Hats, for misses and children;
Leader's Price, 39c. and 49c
Ladies' Alpines at 39c, 49c. 59c. 69c,
und 98c. These goods are 25 per
cent, less than regular prices.
20 pieces 10-4 Bleachecjf Sheeting, regu
lar price, ltic; Leader's Price, 12VjC.
23 pieces yard-wide Bleached Muslin,
regular price, 6Vic; Leader's Price,
SO pair extra heavy 10-4 grey and white
Blankets, $1.25 kind; Leader's Price,
CO Ladles' Heaver Capes, braid trimmed
and velvet collar, worth J2.00;
Leader's Price, $1.19.
23 Ladles Beaver single and double
Capes, nicely trimmed, worth 11.00;
Leader's Price, $1.99.
48 Ladles' Plush Capes, fur trimmed,
lined throughout, worth $4.00; Lead
r er's Price, $2.99.
24 Ln tiles' Black Beaver Jackets, new
collar and sleeves, all sizes, worth
$4.50; Leader's Price, $2.74.
10 Indies figured Brilllnntlno Skirts,
lined throughout and velveteen
bound, worth fl.49; Leader's Price,
4 dozen ladies' fancy Flvnnelctte Skirts,
nicely made, worth 35c; Leader's
Pi dozen ladles' line Dressing Sacques, In
eiderdown nnd funcy trimmed flan
nelette, worth $1.00; Leader's Price,
10 dozen ladies' Muslin Gowns, mother
hulilmrd yoke and cambric rutlle,
worth 50u; Leaders Price, 33c
20 dozen ladles' Muslin Skirts, with
cluster of tucks and wide hem,
worth 30c; Leader's Price, 29c.
100 Indies' heavy ribbed Vests and
Pauls, fleece lined vests, long
sleeves, all sizes, worth 25c; Load
er's Price, 15c.
SB dozen men's heavy white and natural
Merino Shirts and Drawers, In all
sizes, worth 39c; Leader's Price, 25c.
100 26-Inch Silk Gloria t'mbrcllas, with
paragon frame, steel rod and hard
wood stick, every hiip warranted,
worth $1.49; Leader's Price, 98c.
5 gross Castile Soap, large size bars;
Leader's Price, 4c.
the nc bboox inn somi nn
THIRTY YEAR 5 PER CENT. FIRST MORTGAGE GOLD BONDS,
FREE FROM TAXES.
INTEREST PAYABLE APRIL 1 AND OCTOBER 1
The Spring Brook Water Supply Company offers to the pub
lie ONE HUMMED THOUSAND DULL VKSof Ilic above described bonds.
' Tre company furnishes the entire water supply of the Lackawanna
and Wyoraini; Valleys, from Scranton to N'anticukc, including, among others,
the following cities and boroughs, to wit:
Wllkes.Uarre, rittston, West Pittston, Avoea, Durjea, Wjo
lnliiir.Liizerne, Kingston, Kdnartisrllle, Parsons, Miner's Mills, South
Wllkes-llarre, Ashley, Sn?ar Notch, Warrior Run, etc. The bonds
are secured by mortgage oil the entire system.
The company has un hesitation in offiring and recommending tfcse
bonds as a safe and desirable investment. The history of the companies
in the system shows tint water companies are free from the fluctua
tions and disturbances that afl'.-ct industrial and railroad enterprises. A thor
ough investigation of tin Wilkn-Birre Wa cr systsm, ovcriaj a piriod of
forty-five years, shows an annual increase over ths previous year, without
exception, and this through a period covering several financial panics an 1
the Civil War.
The company is takiu; care of the increased growth of the valley in
its demand lor a good and pure water supply, a sufficient number of bonds
being held in the treasury tor this purpose.
Scale 1 proposals will be received for the whole, or any part of the
bonds ofl'cred, until Wednesday, Oetober 28th, i8j6, at 10 o'clock a. m., at its
office, at Scranton, or any of the fjlljwi j j banks, where further information,
if desired, may also be obtained:
SEC 9X1) X 1TI0X VL BANK, WIlkevBirre, Pa.
PE9PLK'd BANK, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
FIKVT XATlimi BANK, Pittt9i, Pa.
MINKUS' SWINGS DANK, Pittston, Pa.
DKPOSir AD SVVlN ii BINS, Klil?U9!l, Pa.
SClUmv SAFIVGt BVNS Syl'USW C )., Sznat9n, Pa.
THIRD XATiOVAL BIN', Spriatan, Pa.
JI VX tl'lUL A (mVKi, Bmiers, ill Liberty St, New York.
All bids should be adlresl to TIlJ Shrill BPJl'i Water SU?pIf
fOllipnil). The company reserves the right to reject any or all bids and all
bonds for which bids arc pccepteJ are to be paid for within five days after
Oct. 28th. The officers anJ directors of the on.ntiy arc as follows:
h. A. Hnlres, President, J. Rotors M:iivill, Pres. C. II. R. of N.J.
CD. Niinnson, ;Po. I'.Haker, Hrei.ltt ationnl Hank,N.V
Lemuel Amernian, Vice Pre. W. Y. II illU'ud,'jeii..I n.D.,L. & W.ll. It
T. II. Walkius, Seerctnry. John Welle llolleubnck.
Samuel T. Peter. Hubert C, Adam, Treaiurer.
.Morgan U. William.
THE SP.1INS BM3X WATER SUPPLY COMPANY,
Alade and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch 1, 1896,
0 Total Product of
RI II I
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from tha
Pacific Coast to St. John's, New FounUlaud, und in 1 upland, Ireland
and Scotland very hwgcly, and is recognized aa the best flour in the
Juniata Steel, j
X. L. Steel, f AA
Toe and Side Weight &J?&
NEVER5LIP CALKS, BLACKSMITH AND
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOiSTINS AND PUUFING MACHINERY.
Ueneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Pi Ss 8oxaeMiDMneeU ntiible.
sDr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
TheT are prompt, ' trU ecrtaln In renlt. The r.nolne (Dr, Pm1 octct dlny.
twiut. Seutuwhuro, 11.00. Aildrou t&xi. ttisiciza U UctiIiuO, O.
For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cer. Wyoming Avanua an
Spruoa Straab Scranton, Pa.
By L. A. WATRES, President
ALL SIZES OF
CO, SCRANTON, PA.
Monthly, mnUtlnff medicine. Only barmlMtil