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THE SCRANTOlsr TRXBHaiS-SATtrilDAY MORNING. JANUATtY 1, 1897.
DOOMED TO WEAR
Horrors of the Spanish Inquisition Re
vived in Cuba.
AMERICAN CITIZEN THE VICTIM
llurtmioiis Sentence Which Cnn
Only Result In the Prolonged Tor
ture ol'thu Hapless Hoing Accused
of Cohsnlrne--Knllrouded 1 hroiigh
Without Privilege; of l)cl'elice--A
Sample ofSpiuilsli Justice.
Havana, Jan. 15. Luis Somelllan, tho
naturalized American citizen, who was
hi rested on a chiugo "E consult acy
against the Spanish government, und
who was found guilty by the tilbunal
beluru which he was tiled, wus tu
inlgneHl ycJteiduy lor the put pose of
he-lug sentenced. The colltt Imposed
upon the unfoitutiatc man the awful
penalty of being Impilsoned for life in
chains. Counsel for the pilsoner gave
notice of an appeal to the suptt'iue
cotut at Mudt Id against the decision of
the tilbimul which declaied Somelllan
Not, probablj, since tho dark days of
the Spanish Ituiulsltlon has any sen
tence apptoachlng In honor that of the
Havana tilbunal In tho case of Somell
lan been equaled inntioclty 1 a nation
claiming to be civilized. The death
penaltj would have been regaided by
the lrlends of the condemned man as
light lu comparison with the baibaious
sentence that dooms the victim to the
most awful toittne until death shall
Intel pose to end his suffcilngs.
The aim Is, of course, to kill the pi 1s
onei by indies. The chains are so m
langed that the condemned man can
only move a. few Inches In either di
rection, and the weight of the manacles
Is so adjusted that life may be piotiact
ed for a long time befoio It vlelds to
the awlul buiden. Nothing mole hotil
blensa method of punishment was ever
piaetlced In the duikest days of the
ONE OF THE COUNTS AGAINST
Among the vailous conclusions of tho
Tilbunal, based on the chaiges against
the pilsoner, the following was tho most
Wheieas, Public rumoi, In attributing
to Somelllan disaffection to the Spanish
caute, was not mifcgulded, since his
i hange of nationality foi an unjustllled
and unexplained leason suggests a la
tlonal suspicion that whoever bieaks in
such a wa his tiadltlons and history
Is actuated by hatred or, 01, at least, In
dirtuienco to, Ids ancient counti, and
changes his nationality In older to, while
rontlmilng to enjov the advantages ot
Spanish legislation and the customs of
Spanish society, carry in the bottom of
his soul the feiment of separations, of
which Somelllan Is a living and personal
The tilbunnl also discarded all the
evidence fnvorable to the pilsoner, sav
ing that there was e-paite evidence of
a complot to misguide the tribunal.
Solomon Revnolds is building an ad
dition to his planing mill, to be used
as an olllce, etc.
Miss Nellie Mack, of Nicholson, has
been spending a few days with Mis. F.
Mllo Tiavis and family, of West
Nicholson, aie nt tanging to move to
this town In the? near futuie.
Cupid has a wedding on his pro
gramme to come off next Sunday after
noon at a ptomlnent tesidence on Main
stieet. We will tell you mote about It
In our next communication.
Even cats ate taught to Imbibe In
toxicating bevei ages up at Susquehan
na. Is it to be wondeted at that we
see so many "w lid cat" and "snake"
stoiles Issuing fiom the nens of some
vetsatlle sctlbes up In that patt of the
woods? Better teach them to dilnk
' Faetoijvllle Mlneial Watot "
AVe noticed James Haipe and Spen
cer Heed weie up from the "mouth of
the creek" Wednesday
Dr Spencer, of Dallas, Pa., was a
Isltor In town Wednesday. The doc
tor had a landlord's w at rant Issued
against Rhodes Btos. for rent home
time ago, and It has giown somewhat
complicated, and the doctor Is ttylng
to stialghten mntteis out
Our spltltuallstlc giant must have
lost his nerve, as he has not made
his appeal ance as yet this week.
The tevival set vices at the Methodist
Episcopal chuich tho past week have
been characterized by earnestness on
the patt of the chuich and the mani
fest power of God. Souls have sought
the Loid, and many chuich membets
have been gieatly. stiengthened Mis.
Canle Ruffer, of Hinghaniton, has been
present thiee evenings and lendeied ef
ficient sii vice. Tile set vices at the
Methodist Episcopal chuich will con
tinue all of next week and Mis. Ruffer
will be present. The pastoi's theme
next Sabbath morning will be, "Fol
lowing Chi 1st Afar Off," evening
theme, "The Bildgeless Gulf"
Ilattle, aged 27 yents, wife of Mr.
Alfied Wateis, died at her homo on
Thut.sday motnlng. The funeral will he
hold on Sunduy at 12.30 p. in. Services
will he held In the Methodist Episcopal
chuich at Jeimyn. Rev. P. I J, Ken
nedy, of the Foiest City Piesbytoilan
chuich, will oillclate, assisted by Rev.
Finncls Gendall, pastor of the Metho
dist Episcopal chinch at Jeimyn. The
lenialns will be Intel red In the Jeimyn
Rev. P. B. Kennedy, of the Piesby
tetlan chinch, will exchange pulpits
with the Pieshytetlan minister at Peck
vlllo 011 Sunday nioinlug.
Mr. A. E. Wheeler, of Jackson, Is
visiting telatlves and f lends,
Mr. W. J. Davis, of Sctanton, Is
spending a few days with ft lends here.
The Hillside Coal and lion company
paid theh employes on Thursday, The
employes of the Delawaio and Hudson
company wete paid on that date also.
Mrs. J. R. Davles visited Scrnnton
telatlves on Thuisday,
On Wednesday evening 'next tho
Ladles' Aid society of the Presbytetlan
chuich will hold a supper In the lecture
room. The supper will he 20 cents.
On account of the Htnall amount of
money In cltculatlon, the January pay
day drunk was somewhat milder than
usual. No seilous cases of drunken
(juatiels wete reported.
Tho Younrr People's Society ot tho
Methodist Episcopal church met at the
home of Mr, C, C. White last Wednes
day evening nnd elected the following
olllcein: President, Mis, Heihert Mc
Cotmlclii llrst vice president, H. C. Lln
tern; second vice president, MIsn
Ilettha Peck; third vice ptesldent, Har
ty Peck; recoidlug Heeretnry, A, W.
Thompson; assistant, Miss Sophie
Slmpklns; treasurer, C. C. White. They
vvll hold a valentine social at the church
pailois on Monday evening, Feb. 13,
Mrs. Qeoige IJoilcher, of Forest City,
Is' vlsltlnir at the home of her slstei,
Mrs, John Snooks.
II. L. Hush, of Montrose, visited at
tho homo of his nephew, Dnnlel Untiovv,
on Walnut stieet, lust Thursday.
James Cowans wns veiy pleasantly
sui prised at his home on Hickory
Httoet last Wednesday evening by his
Sunday school class and their friends.
Games and music woie the featuies
of the evening. Rcfieshnients wore
Sei vices as usual In the Methodist
Episcopal chinch tomorrow. 1M cach
ing by tho pastor, Itov. S. C. Slmpklns,
nt 10.30 n. m. and 7 p. m Theme for
morning, "The Ulessodness of Helping
Chi 1st," evening, "The World's Ques
tion." Sunday school at 2 30, Epvvoith
leuguo at C p. in. A cordial Invitation
The evangelistic meetings which arc
being conducted In the Methodist Epis
copal chut eh aie gi owing in Interest
and will be continued eveiy evening
next w nek.
A young child of Mr Klildge, of Win
ton, died of dlphtlieila und was but led
In Ptospect cemeteiy yestetday after
noon, Ruv. S. C. Slmpklns olllclutlng.
GOOD TIMKS ARE HERE.
Hopeful View of the Financial and Bus).
ncss Situation Indicated by Dun's
Review of Trade.
Now Yotk, Jan, 1G. R. a. Dun & Co,
will say tomoitow In their weekly ie-
View of Undo:
The ttieulost growth and ptospeilty
tho eountiy hud ovei soon came sud
denly in lb79 aftei beveial mouths of
disappointment because specie lesump
tlon had not yet hi ought the benellts
expected It takes time for now conll
denco to teach thiough easy money
maikets, lnicer oidei, resuming mills,
expanding emplojmenl, and linger dls
ttlbutlon, to the tesults which mnku
still gi eater and lasting gain possible
Such giadual and steady linpiovement
has been In piogioss for moie than two
months. The output of pig lion has
gained ll.fi per cent, since October 1.
The output of coke has Inci eased 8.1.7
per cent, since Octobei 1. Sales of wool
liuve again become huge. Money mar
kets feel a steady lnciense In demand
for commercial and manufactuilng
loans. Additional woiks have gone
into opeiatlon each week In Januaiy,
and tile walking fotce Is largei than at
any other time for six months. The
gain may beilscilbed to the deliberate
judgment of the ablest and most piu
dent men in business. It Is not a time
of high pi Ices. Many who aie anx
ious to get eaily hold on the maiket
aie making for the moment lower
pi ices, than they could affotd to main
tain. Tho pi ice of pig it on Is a shade
lower at the east and Chicago, but
heavy put chases nliciyly advance bes
somer a shade at Plttsbuig Steel bats
have been l educed to one cent and some
other finished pioducts one dollar per
ton, but the demand is on the whole
steadily gx owing. Tho coke output has
llsen fiom G0.00O to 94,000 tons weekly,
and minor metals aie a shade stionger.
Textile manufactuies aie not encour
aged by the demand for goods, though
mote pilnt clothes weie sold than tor
many weeks. Lower pi ices aie ex
pected In goods, and slow buying Is not
unnatuial, since cotton has fallen 17.8
per cent, fiom Sept. 11; pilnt cloths 7
per cent.; bleached goods, 3'i to "i,
and blown goods 2fc, " and 4 per cent.
Though woolen goods do not Impiove,
theie have been pui chases by laige
mills which cover for two weeks of
Januaty 11,000,000 pounds at the thtee
chief maikets, ugalnst 11.S17.500 last
yeai. Some laige purennses oi icainer
Indicate that some shoo manufactuiois
ate seeing their way to mote active
vvoik, and shipments fiom the east In
Januaiy thus far ate 20 per cent, huger
than last year. Cleailng house ex
changes for tho month thus far aie
less than 1 per cent, below last yeat's,
though 25 2 per cent smaller than the
year 1S92, the yeai of gieatost piosper
lty, Rallioad earnings and tonnage lor
Januaiy thus far are light owing to
western stoipis. Tiadeis begin to teal
ize that cnoi mous expotts of com ate
taking the place' of w heat In foreign
consumption The wheat market has
vailed but slightly, closing quaiter of a
Mote was done In commercial paper,
though offetlngs Inci eased but model -ately,
Exports continue to exceed last
yeat's for the week S per cent , while
impotts fell 10 per cent, below last
Falluies for the week have been 455
In the United States against 395 last
year, and 71 in Canada against 81 lust
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
L. Wngner, wholesale diugglst, Rich
mond, Va , sas "I had a fearful
attack of Sciatic Rheumatism, was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheuma
tism. This cured me after doctor's
ptescrlptlons had failed to have any
effect. I have alto heaid of fine results
fiom othets who have used It."
A delegation of Odd Fellows of Ftee
dom lodge will visit Oldenvllle lodge
Satuulay evening and exempllty the de-
On Sunday Evangelist Shellhoine will
assist Rev. C A. Heiijamln In tevival
work at the Methodist chuich.
The students of Honesdale high
hehool have oignnlzed a. debuting so
ciety with the following olllceis: John
Jenkins, ptesldent; Judson Yeikes, vice
ptesldent; William Heft, secietuiy;
Gall Jenkins, tteasuter.
Moses Itobeits, ot Leonatdsville, 15
yeats of age, was committed to the
county jail on complaint of Hatvey
Miller, of the above place, for ussault
upon Ills 13-yeui-old daughter. Young
Roberts confessed his guilt.
Clmtles II. Guckenbetger, aged 20
eats, died of pneumonia at his home
hem on Tuesday, He was a member
of the lire company, Heptasophs, Lled
eiktanz and Muenneichur. The fu
neial was latgely attended Ftlday ut
2 p. 111.
It Is Dr. S. A. Kelley, of Honesdale,
that Is under $1,500 hall for his appear
anee at court to answer the chat go of
etlmlnal malpractice which caused the
death of Mis. Thomas J. Ham, nnd
not the Dr. Kelley who figured in the
Lackawanna courts recently.
Mr. Fred H. Whitney, w ho has for the
past thiee months been at the Dans
vllle, N. Y.. sanltatlum, letutned to his
home Tuesday evening. He Is teported
as being in a ci It leal condition.
If tho Hnby Is rutting Tooth.
MrB. Wlnslow'B Soothing Syrup haa
been used for over fifty yenrs by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect succesg It
soothes tho child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind collo and Is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold
by druggists In every part of the world,
Be suro und call for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup," and tako no other
kind. Twenty-live cents a bottle.
MARKETS AND STOCKS
Willi Struct ltevlevv.
New York, Jan, IB. Tho feeling In stock
circles today was more confident than for
some time past, mainly owing to tho ie
inaikablo favorite statement of tho for
eign commeico of tho country for tho
month of December and the year 1S9C, the
stendy lncreaso In tho treasury gold le
seivo and the superabundance of money,
both horo and In London. Tho market
was stiong fiom the opening to the close
of tho session. Tho upward movement In
Sugar gained additional force ftom the
announcement of a further advance In
prices of rellncd. The commission houses
lepotted more numerous ordeis for stocks
for outside account, although It Is admit
ted that the bdslncss Is tljl to a lurgo ex
tent piofeRslonal The tionsactlons ng
giegated 215,000 Bharc3 and tho advance In
prices was equal to 'in2i pel cent,, the
latter In Wheeling and Lake Eilo pre
ferred, which sold up to 11 . Sugar, the
Grangers, Louisville and Nashville, Man
hattan, Tennessee Coal and Western
Union and Chicago Gas weie conspicuous
both In point of actlvltj and advance, 'lhu
muiket closed stiong at the top prices of
the duv. Net changes show advances of
Ka! nei cent.. Manhattan leading.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LIEN & CO, stock btokeis, Meuts build
lug, looms, TUi-iUi ,
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est est. ing
Am Tobacco Co .. .70 77'ii 70 77i
Am. Sug. Kef Co 113J 115 Hi, 114'i,
At, Ao. .v. 3 To .. ll"s lfa 14's "Js
At , To , S Ke I'l .2!', 2P, 23?, U
Canada Southern ... 4l'i II1.' ' j 'l1-'
Ches. A. Ohio 175,, 18 17 " PS
Chicago Gas . .. . 77M- 7SH 77' i j
Chic .V- N. W . ... 10JJa 10s 10 IK, l; i
Chic, Ii. & O 72V- 74'A 72', 7ld
Chic, Mil ,vSt P. .. 74', 78 71
Chic. It I ,t Pac. . 07'i 6Sh B74 OS ,
Del .v.- Hudson Ill llHi 111 11H
Dlst. &C.F 134 13T W- "'A
Gen. Electtlc 33' 31'i 33Jh Jl's
LakoShoie llJ'ft 152', 152's lo2;i,
Louis. Nush .... HI'S, B0"-i 4U 00-
M. K. ft Tex. Pr. ... 30' i 31 WW 31
Man. Elevated .. . H'tVi HI , bi'i 9J,
.Mo. P.ic 208 218 2fa 21?
Nut Lead 24 VI 25'.. 1 S-'i
N. J Cential 101 102 10 1 .
N. Y. Cential SV' 93Ta Ill's 93-s
N. Y .LEA. W. ... 15 15 1. 1
N. Y., S ft W. Pr ... 21'i 2P. 2I'4 24i2
Nor Pac Pr 31W 24 i 3U 31
Ontiulo A. West. ... 14', 14J8 14; llvf,
Omaha 19 00 i, M
P.u Mull 21 25i 2P6 21
Phil Heading 2C, 274 2l;; JiVj
Southern R R 1"i 9 'b ''?i.
Southein H R. Pr. . 27 2S,, 27 KH
Tellii C ft lion .... 2') 30 29 30
Texas PaciHc i 9 9 9
Union PaelHc 7's 7 . W
Wabash ( C Ci (.-
Wabash Pi 10 ICh 10 1C
Western Union &3 SV S3 i 81"
Y. 1 2 3a 2'6 3
U. S Leathei Pr Cl CHi OPh Cl?
U. S Rubber 21 2P. 21 21'i
CHICAGO HOARD OP TRADE PRICES
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. Ing est. est. ing.
Muv ,... 80'., 81 7f, in.
Jul "i 77 "u'i 75'a
Mav 19 19 IS", lSri
Ma .:.: 21 25 21j 21!,
July 25"8 20 25 2o
Jlnj ' 4.15 4 17 4.10 4.12
Ma!',' 8 12 8 20 S02 S 02
Now York Produce Market.
New Yotk. Jan. 15. Plour Dull, steady,
unchanged Wheat E.islet, steady. No. 2
led f. o. b, 9Sc; ungraded led, iS'ia
HSVic; No. 1 northern, 923Bc ; options closed
weak, Januntv, is9c : Match, 90c; MdV,
SGc , Juh, S3c Coin Dull, easier, No.
2, 29'4c, elevator. 30')C, alloat, steamei,
mixed, JSe.; No. 3. 27c; options dull and
wenk Januntv, 29V&C; Mav, 30V.. June,
31c; July. 31'ic. Oats-Quiet, steady;
options dull, steady: Januaiy, 22'(,c.; leb
luaty, 22"c: Mav, 22"4c.j spot pi Ices, No
2, 22Le.. No 2 white. 21'ic: No. 2 Chicago.
23i4c; No 3, 20'-c; No 3 white, 22c; mixed
western, 22a24c; white do. and white state,
21a30c PiovHolns Plrm, quiet, un
changed. I.ntd Quiet, baielv steady, un
changed. Huttei Steady. unchanged.
Cheese Plim; state laige; 7',iaimc; do
small, SUIP4C, pait klms, 4a8c ; full
skims, 2,fcn3c. Eggs Quiet, cas ; state
and Pennsj lvanla, lG'aUc ; icu house,
13al4c , western flesh, Ibc: do case, $1.73a
3, southern, 15al5Hc ; limed, 13al3:c.
('hicngo tJiuiii nnd Provision Market
Chicago, Jan. 13 The loading futuies
i.inged as follows. Wheat January, 7bc ,
77'c; May, i0c , SOc; July, 7534c, 75?8e.
Corn Januni. 22r-4c .'Wjc; May, 24sic;
246c. July, 25'8c, 2514c. Oats Januaiy,
lG38c , ICc; Muj, 19c. 18vaC; July, 19c ,
1938c Mes )ork January, $7.b0, $7.S0,
Jlaj, $S 12"., $S02'i Laid Januarj, $1 02'.,
$3 97"., Ma. $113, $1 12'i. Shoi t 1 lbs
Januaij, $4 20, $107'..; May. $4.20. $4 U4
Cash quotaltous were as fololws: Floui
Quiet, unchanged; No 2 spiing wheat,
77.a7S"c, No. 3 do, 73i77e ; No 2 red,
SG'saS9c; No. 2 coin, 22iia223ic , No 2 oats,
lGMal7c ; No. 2 re, 3Sc ; No 2 bailey, 33a
30e , 0. 1 llaxseed, 73a7sc.: timothy "eed,
$2 03, messpoik, t7.S2i.a$7.S74. lard, $3 97'.a
$1; shoit libs sides, $3 97'.a$l. 22..; shoulders
$l23a!30, short clear sides, $4 12'.a4 23
whlskev. $1,18, sugais, cut loaf. $3 20, giau
ulated. $1C3, standaiu A., $4.20.
Philadelphia 1'iovisiuti .Market.
Philadelphia, Jan. 13. Provisions were
steads and In fuir lobbing demand. We
tpiote: Beef hums, $lSalS50, as to age and
biand; poik, family, $10al0 30; hams, S P.
cuied, In tleices, Sn9c; do smoked, 9'ia
lie., as to average and brand; sides, ilbbed,
In salt, I'ialiC. , do. do. smoked, 51ja51.c. ,
shouldets? plcklo cuied, 5'ia5'.e. , do do.
smoked, ty jCmc . picnic hams, S. P. cuied,
5Via5:4C.; do. do smoked, d"tu.lfltc ; bellies,
in pickle, accoidlng to average, loo-e, Ea
r,io luenkf.ist bacon. (iHa71lc. as to
bfand and avetage, lard, puie, city re-
tlned, in tleices, mn5c; do. do, 111 tuns,
5a5'4C.; do huteheis', loose, 3alc ; city
tallow, In hogsheads, 3'ic; country do,
21 a3'Bc , ns to uqalltj, and cakes, 3'ia3e
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Jan 15 Cuttle Receipts, 30,000
held, nmilcet Him, common to eita
steels, ?3 50a5 DO, .stoekets and feedet.
$3 10a! 15, cows and bulls, $1 75aJ7l cnivee
$3 suae; lexans, j iuat -j nogs iieeeipi-.,
3000 head, maiket linn and 5c higher;
heav y packing and shipping lots, $3 30 13 55,
common to choice mKed, $J35a3Sf; choice
assorted, $3 13i3 1,0; light. $3 33a3 55; pigs,
$3.20aJ55 Sheep Receipts, 7,000 head,
maiket film; Infeiloi to choice, $250a3 90,
lambs, $3 50a0 15.
Ittltlnlo Live Stock.
Buffalo. N. Y.. Jan. 15 Cattle Firm:
light to medium steets, $JS5a4 25: choice
euls, $0 75 i7 23, eomnioii to good $4 73aG 50.
Hogs Stiongei , Yotkets, $3G3aJ75; pigs,
$3 75, mixed packets, $3 35a3 00, mediums,
$3 50a3 55, louglib, $3a3 10, stags, $2 2312 75
Shi ep and lumbs Stronget foi lambs
easier foi sheep, best native lambs, $5 2ua
5 23, good to choice, $4.90a0.15, common 10
tail, $4 43 it bO. mixed sheep, good to choice,
$3.73al, common to full, $123a3.05, culls,
$2nJ, choice jcnllngs and wetlieis, $1 15a
4 20, oxpott ewes, $3 C3a3.73.
riade of Heavy, Serviceable Woolen
WARM AND WATERPROOF.
LONG STYLE For Motormen, Farmers,
Watchmen, Drivers, Railroad Men, and
all whose business exposes them to inclem
Buy a "DANCO" and dodge
Fcrnnton Ilonrd of Trndo Kxchntiftc
Quotntions--AU (luotutlon ilusud
on Purol 1UO.
Name. Did. Asked,
Scrnnton Luce Curtain JZo CO
Nntlonnl llorlng ft Drlll'g Co. ... 80
First Natlonnl Hnnk 050
Scianton Jar ft Stopper Co 23
Elmhurst Houlevnrd Co 100
Scranton SuvIurs llnnk 200 ...
Roiita Plato Glass Co 10
Scinnton Packing Co 93
Lacknvvanna Iron ft Steel Co. ... 150
Third National Bank 330
Throop Novelty M'fg. Co 90
Scrnnton Traction Co 15 20
Scranton Axlo Works s
Tradeis National Hank US 120
Weston Mill eo ii
Alexand6r Car Replacer Co loo
Colliery Eng. ft Metal Miner. 110
Scranton Redding Co 105
Dime Dep ft DIs, Hank 145
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage duo 1913 110 ...
People's Street Railway, Urst
mortgage due 191S 110
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ... 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110 ...
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Laeka. Township School 5 102
City of Sctanton St. Imp C. ... 102
Mt. Veinon Coal Co S3
Scinnton Axle Works 1W
Sctanton Traction Co 93
Economy Steam, II ft P. Co . ... 100
WANTS OP ALI. KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID TOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE NO CHARGE WILL BE LKS3
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
ARE INSERTED TREE.
HELP WANTED WALKS.
WANTKD-MLK WISHING TO TAKE
examinations, which occur soon In
Scrnnton, for various government positions,
to write us for valuable Information (free);
no enrollment fee: you iiroparo youtsolf. U.
S. Uuroau of Infot mntlon, Cincinnati. O.
Q ALESMAN-SCHOOL StJPPLir.S; COUN
yJ try work; Slim salary monthly, with lib
eral additional commissions It. O. EVANS
4: CO , Chicago
1 VANTED-AN IDHA. WHO CAN THINK
of somo simple thing to pntent Pro
tect your Ideas: thov may bring vou we ilth
Wrlto .TONII WKDDKRBUH.N .V: CO,, Ilept.
C, 23, Patent Attornej 8, WnxhiiiRton. D. O ,
for their ?1SI prize offer and list ot 'JOOinvon
WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVERY SEC
tlon to canvass: 4 90 to S5.00 a day
mado ; sells at piglit; also a man to (.oil Staplo
Goods to dcnlcrs; best sldo lino $75 n month;
enlaiy or largo commission mado: eiperionco
unuecossarj-. Clifton Soap and Manufactur
ing Co , Cincinnati, O
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; big money for agents: no
capital required. EDWARD C. FIbH A: CO,
Borden Block, Chieaco, 111.
II ELI' WANTED FEMALES.
ANTED - LADIES - 8100 IN GOLD
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tho poison ablo to miko tho lugost list of
words from tho letteis In tho word EN
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ronardBaro given freo and without consid
eration, for tho purpose of attracting at
tention to our handsome woman's maga
zine, thirty-six pages, one hundred and foitv
foui long columns, finely illustrutod, 'tud nit
original matter, long and short stories by
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libhod nine ye vis Wo refer vou to nny 11101
cautilo itconey foi our stindiutr. Mnkn yonr
list now. Address JAMEb H. PLUMMEK,
Publisher, 225.0 7 Totnplo Court Building.
Dept. -M C, Now York City
t"ADIES -1 MAKE BIO WAGES DOING
Xu pleasant home vork, and will gladly send
full particulais to all sending 2 out stump
MISS M A. SlEfiBINS, Lawrence Mich
-TT7-ANTED-LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN-
ton to sell and introduce Snvder's c.iko
Icing: expotlenced ennvasset proferrf d: woik
ermanont and very profitable VV rlto fov
paitlculars at onco and get benefit tiflmlidiy
trade. T. B SNYDER A; CO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED 1MMEDIATELY-TWO ENER
getio faleswomcn to repiosent us
Gunrnnteod d a i'ay without Interferring
with other duties. Hinlthlul oreupntioii.
VVtlto foi pat tloulnrs, enclosing stnmp, Mango
Chemical Ccmp.ul)VNo. 72 John t-tieet. Now
r HOARD WANTED.
Y?oi manand" 'v,;nv. NTTuTiiLic
l1 Library. Address A . Tribune olllco.
TN GRAIN, PROVISIONS AND ST(
J. fcend for out "Looklot" explnlnln
plnn; now Is jour oppoi tunltv ns mnrUots aro
low, woumku tnonev for our customets; denl
viith u responsiblo firm, buik toforonoeH A
F. BORST & CO., Bankers nnd Brokeis, 9
Pluo atroot. Now York.
FOR SALE BY
220 Lack. Ave.
(VR ANNUAL HOUSEKEEPING G00D5 SALE IS NOW ON. This season we
propose to make it "an event" in the Dry Goods business. Muslins, Sheet
ings, Crashes, Ready Hade Sheets and Pillow Cases, White Quilts, Towels,
Napkins, Table Linens, etc., are included in this Great Sale.
Note Tliese Prices
Atlnntlc bleached Pillow Cases
Sheets, hemmed and lendy for use:
43-30 50-35 Cl-3li
lie. 1.P4C 14c.
Lockwood Sheetings by the yard:
Hto. 7c. Sc 9c 10c. lie. IJMiC He. 10c.
42-ln. n-in. GO-ln. 51-ln. 7-4 8-1 9-4 10-4
Hlch.bc. 9c. 10c. lie. 12'ic lie. ICc. ISc.
Utlca Hleacred Sheetings:
G-l GO-ln. 0-1 8.4 9-1 10-4
lie. 12c. 14c. ICc. ISc. 20c
Clarendon White Quilts, Only 9Sc.
Our legulai ?2 DO Maisellles Cjullt,
Por l 00 each.
This is not a Clearing Sale of old, impaired stock, that you hear so much of these
clays. It is our ANNUAL HOUSEKEEPING GOODS SALE, which has gotten to be
a looked-for event a money-saving event for the people.
joung and old, to work for us In tholt
own lioinns in spnro tlnio, day 01 uvonliiR.
Wo piy S10 to 315 por wook. ,o canvassing
Any phild can do thn work. Send address
today. Wosundwoikat onco. THE VAIL
AltT CO, Dopt. 277. Vttll, Pa.
WE DON'T WANT BOYS ()Tt LOArCHS,
but men of nbillty; S301 to f.30i) a month
to hustlers: state and gonoral agents; snlii y
and rnimiilislon. RACINE FIUK ENGINE
CO., Hnelue, Wis.
WANTED- GENEItAL AGENTS IN EV
erv county; also lady cnuvawors;iotno
thing now; sure aolloi ; apply quick J. C
HILHHUT, 111 Adams avenue, Scranton, Pa.
A QENTS-WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citlzenshln nrlco 31. Go
ing by thousands. Addross, NICHOLS,
Napci v 111c. 111.
1 nrma Tn nn t nnn miinTlCAT.
A GLNTS-TO BELL OUR I HACTIOAU
kuiu, Biner. mono! mm eupijai iu
plastors; pliees lrom S3 upward: salary and
expenses tiaui: outnt tiee. Auurcss, vviiu
stamp, MILHIGAN MFG CO,, Chicago
AGENTS TO SELLGIGARSTO DEALERS;
?25 weekly and nxiionses: experience un
nocossary CONhOHDA'IED MFG CO.. IS
Van Buren st , Chicago,
SALEfaMAN TO CAltHY SIDE LINE; 23
per cent ommission: satnplo book mailed
free, Addios L. N. CO, Station L, Nuw
J70H SALE-A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD
furniture, as. good as uuw, 822 Monroe
SALE A SILVER PLATED CONN
J uoublo boll euti
doublo boll euphonium, nicely engraved
with trombone bell gold lined; neatlvnow
and cost $90: w ill sell at a baign'ln Addioss '
this week to E. W. GAYLOH, LaRHisvillo,
17011 SALE-IIOHSE, AGED SIX YEAHS.
J weight 1,000 pounds; cau be seen at 1021
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED A HOUSE WITH 10 OR li
rooms' modern conveniences; from
Aptil 1 Address. GUIFI'lTH, Tribune olllco.
I ?OR RENT-ELEVEN-ROOM DWELLING
. houso, with all modorn imptovoments;
ront moderate. Apply 422 Madison avonuo
"I7OU RKNT-STOUB BUILDING, WYO
J.1 nvenuo, four tloais; ariangod to suit ten
ant; olovatorit deslied TIIOS. T. WELLS,
I?OIt RENT-SINGLE HOUSE, U ROOMS.
' furnsee. hot nnd cold water, beautiful
location, 172i Penn avenue, Green Ridg; S20
a month V L HAWLE. 211 VVyomhia nvo.
I70R RENT-TUB THREE FLOORS OY'ER
I No. 4i0 8pruro streot, now occuplod by
tho Rowing Associitioti: possession Apiil 1st.
Inipiiro of TRED WAGNER, oil Lackawanna
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
' lloor float; stoimhcnt 527 Adams nv o
Hero's a grent bugaln: 1721 Penn avo
nuo, adjoining North Park. Groon Ridge; 9
rooms, fuinaee, hot and cold water; lnt3Uxlt)l:
eellar undir wholo lions1.: fino liwn, stone
walks: jiropetty wottli J,'0O, no reasnnablo
oiler refused; must soil; part pavmunt bal
nnco on tlnio to suit timthisji Addiess
TALLIE MORGAN, enroot u L Hnwloy 211
W joining avenue, Scrnnton
writo us for oni dally information mid
book, "Good Advlco;" wo can innko jou
Homo money; tefereneos A F. 1!0RS1'&U0.,
Batikeia nnd Brokeu, 9 Pino tit , Now York,
YOU CAN MAKE SOME JtONEY F)Y IN
J vostlnglnspeeulitlon immodlatoly: send
for our booklet, ' Oood Advice" and dilly In
foiuntion A r. BORbT i: CO., 0 Pino St ,
tTFaNTED-CAPABLE MAN WITH S1.00II,
to 1 any stoek nf goods and manage
brancii ror fiuci.'o nous" niary M-ipit
month nnd nil oxponsos; n 8") ottra poicont
ae; poimaneut position with good futuio
prospects Address JAMES BARTON, 125
Fiauklin stroot, Chicigo.
CHIROPODIST AND .MAMCURH.
v.' nails cured without tho leu-it piin or
dinvilug blood Consultation and iidvb 0 given
tree. E. 51 111 TS1.L. Cluropi fhst, 3U) L.iek
uwnnna avenue. Ladies attended nt their
residence If desired C'hnicos lurdernte.
AB BRIGG'j CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
. nud cess joola: 10 cdor: improved
pumps used. A. PRIGOS, Propuetor
I.o.ivo otdois 110O North Jl.'iin avenue, or
Erckos' druj store, coiner Auains nnuMul
beris 'If iHphono 41.15
i osr-rox terrier pup. with two
Xj brown snots 011 sides rindoi plensolio
turn to J00 Jotleison nveuuo and receive te
wuid. T OST-UErWEEN RIVER SPRELT AND
1J No. 4 pond, n small sliuil lail's gold
watch, lilnln L.iso. edgo ongrnved; row aid
JOHN NALLIN, 402 I'lttstou 11 venue.
ITlbTRAYED-WlHTE SETTER DOa WITH
Hi btowu cars, brown spot 011 butt of tsil
and on tall; nickel collir. leather lined; ro
wan! for bib return. 1118 VI110 utreot.
ITiSTRAYED-ritOM SUBSCRIBER, A
lit red eow with 0110 brass knob on horn.
Will reward (in lor A. MARX, 315 Clay
Particulars Free on Application.
SAM KELLER & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers
44 Uroatlvva) and 45M7 New Street, New York
Agencies In all large Cities of tho U. S,
Nearly 70 par cent profit on our "Holldnv
Combination," covorinir over twenty-seven
days' transactions: OVER EIGHT PER CE.NT
weekly on tho investment for the past Six
Yrara. No Losses Ever Rocordod. Tho safest
nnd most nrontablo svsteiu of Investment
;?(! inch MttsltiH
Atlnntlc A.. ..
Hlack Rock .
Camel on D .,
Atlantic P ....
(!c. ' TTI11 He.
5c. LotiRdnlo Cc.
lVic, Fruit of Loom .. re.
Gc. Dwlght Anchor.. 0c.
I Pride of West.... 10c.
Rest twilled cotton crash, bleached and
brown, nt 3i4c.
lS-lnch Linen twilled crash, worth 10c,
Glass crash, all linen, only 5c.
And our entire stock of Linen Crashes at
'"pilE ANNUAL MELTING OP THE
A stockholders of The Lackawanna 'I rust
and 'afo Deposit Company, of bcranton, will
on hold In the Dlieotors' room ot the bank
building, on Monday, Pobruaiyl, 1MJ7, bo
tweon tho hours or J and 4 p in
HENRY H1:LIN. Jll, Secretary.
'pin: annual" meetino or the
X stockholders of The West ItidRo Coal
Compauy will bu held at tho offlco of tho com
pany, lu tlio city of 'cratiton. Pa , on Mon
day. January 23, 197, botweou tho hours of 2
and 1 p. m for the put poo of alerting 11 board
of dli outfits toser for tho ensuing yoar, and
tinusiietlngsuch other buslnois as may eotno
befoio sain luoutlng.
K. A. CLARK, Secrotary.
qiHE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
HtockhnldnrH fif Tim KntnrnrUn Pmvili.r
Manufacturim? Couidiiiv. for tli nlnntlnn nf
uuiraanii 1110 uuusuciion 01 sucn oumr
businoss ns may proporly como beforo it, will
.it. . ,T,. .r .. ... ....
bo hold on Wodnusd IV. Jauu iry 27th. 1SU7. at
the olllco of thu company in bcianton, l'a., at
30 o'clock 11 in No tvanqfrti of stonk will
bo made for ton dajs next piccedlug tho
datoof thoabovo meeting.
E. P KINGSBURY. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X stockholders ot Tho St Clnlr Coal Com
Win,, for tho election of dlreoto.s and tho
transaction of Euch other business as may
properly como beforo it, will bo hold on Men-
day. Januarv25. 1E07. at tho olllco of tho com
pany In bcrnnton, Pa., at 2 o'clock p 111. No
transfor of stoek will bo mado for ten days
noxt preceding the dato of above mooting,
E. P. KINGbBUHY, becrotary.
"VTOTICE IS HEP.EBY GIVEN THAT THE
X annual meeting of Tho Spring BrooW
Wntor Supply Company for the cloctlon of
dit ectors and tho transaction nf such other
buslno-,3 as may ptoperlv come befoio it will
ho held on Wednesday, January iOtlt, 197, nt
mo nour or lu o ciock n m , at tno ouico or tno
eoinpitiy lu facrnnton, Pa In necordanco with
tho bv-laws of tho como mv
L A. WATItES. President.
Attosf-T, H, W ATKINS, Secretary.
NOTICE TO COAL MINERS.
VVANTED-OUDEHS FOR FLAT MINE
' ties, direct from wood, chostnut. etc
Addicss II T Loci: BoxO. Mt. Pocono. Pa.
NOTICE-ROCK CONTR AC 1'ORS.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED TO
J- January 25, lb97, at noon, for drlv hiif a
tunnol at Sttirriek Cieak Collleiv, Poekvlllo.
Pa. ; tunnel to ho drlvon fiom thn CInrk or
Ross vein to tho bottom split of tho Dunmore
or Hod Ash vein; size to bo 7 feet b7 12 foot,
and 1,400 feet long more or loss; contractor
must fui nisli all power and tools
'Iho company lesorvos the right to reject
any 01 nil bids.
Specifications forsnmj miy bn seon on np
pllrntiou to JOHN R URYDEN, Supt.
Poekvlllo, Pn , Jan. f, 1897
y BALE D 'pROPOsTlS WILlTBE TtE
J ceived nt the olllco of the Socretnry of tho
Sctanton Boatd of Contiol until 7.J0 o'clock,
Eilday ovonlug, Jan 22, 1SU7 foi tho hunting
and ventilation of tho proposed eight room
public school building, to bo known as N'o, 10,
in nut 01 dance with plans nud specifications lu
the hands of John A. Dutkworth, architect,
Scinnton. Pa. 'llio sum of SIM In cash or cer
tified check shall bo enclosed with etch bid,
which sum shall ba forfeited to tho school dis
trict, in case of refusal or omission on thonirt
of tho bidder to whom tho contract shall bo
nwardod tooxec itwcontiact within tendavs
nttor tho awnrdln,of tho same
'opnrate bids will nlso bo received nt tho
same time for tlio snnitaiy Hjstom of said
building. In arcordnnce witli plans and speci
fications in the hands of sitd urohitact; 51 in
casli or oortliled check shall be enclosed with
etch bid, uudor simo conditous as nbovo
1m Bond resaivcs tho right to reject any
or all bids.
By order of tho Scrnnton Boird of Control,
EUGENE D. 1'ELLOWs. Secretin y,
WANTEU-SIIUATIONAS A STENOG
rapheror olllca assistant by .1 jouny
man; can givo lofetences. Addiess J J
SITUATION WANTED BY A NICE
5 coloiel dil as cook or gen oral hou"owork
lu nice family in town. Call nt 411 Quiucy
aiouuo today and '1 huisdny und Friday
WANTEH-EMPLOYMENT OP ANY
kind by nmrrled mini Understands
ciro of hoiscs and eattlo Will nciunlnted hi
ull parts of city. i b enro Tnbuuo,
TnDUTRIOUS YOUNG MAN WlbHES
J honorable einplovinont of any kind. Ad
dress. It. W 11.. cam Tilbuno olllce
'ANTEf)-feIluatlon of nnv Mud; otporl
V ? enced as elerk lu ' lotliinP', boots nnd
nnd shoes, croeeij or ehlnnwnre; referenees
given Address, D J PRICE, 150 South
Hydi) Paik avenue, city.
A MARRIED MAN WANTS WORK AS
minister or nnv klud of work Cau give
Address, C. II. L.
'I rlouuo oiiico
SITUATION WANTED-SOBER INDUS
O trlous man dosires Insldo woik of nny
kind VV ages no object. Good references.
Address, J II , b27 Pittston ,iv ouue.
SITUATION WANTED-NUHSE, EXPE
lienced conilnouionts, desiron ongago.
inotlt; hlHhest roferenee M. EbTERPlELD,
Oenei nl Duhvoi V bernnton' Pn,
lMiysiclsiits and Stirscons.
DR, MARTHA S EVERITT. SOS WAdlT
Ington nve. Olllce houts until 10 a m ;
2 to 4 0 to 8 p. m.
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D., HOME
opathlst, No 22SAdatns avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases ot Womon, corner Wyoming
avenuo and Spruce street, Scrnnton. Of.
tlce hours, Thursday and Saturdays, 9
a, in. to 6 p. m.
DR. COMEGYS-OPFICE NO. 337 N.
Washington ave. Hours, 12 m. to 3 p. m.
Diseases of women a specialty. Tele
phone No. 3232.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, B12NORTH WASH,
DR ANNA LAW, 303 WYOMING AVE.
Office hours, 9-11 a. m., 1-3 p. m., 7-8 p. m.
DR. L. M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON
avenue Olllco hours. 8 to 9 a. m., 1 30
to 3 and 7 to E p, m. Residence 303 Midi
DR. C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion. Rooms 20i and 207 Hears Building.
Office telephone 12C3. Hours; 10 to 12, 2
to 4, 7 to a.
DR. S. W. LAMEREAUX, A SPECIAL-
Impossible to go Into tho details Of quot
ing pi Ices here, hut we want to gny th it
we aio going to innke this Linen Snlo In
teresting for vou. Wo mot nn ununual
opportunity In tho way of a "Linen Pur
chase," and were ipilck enough to snap It
up. That was good buying. Every yald
of the lot nnd also our entire regular stock
bears red Ink prices for this occasion,
which means that this Is to be good soiling
ami quick selling.
Huy jour Table Linen here and now.
The same story of the table linens up
piles to the napkins. Hundreds of dozens
of good napkins ninth fiom $1.00 to $3.00 a
doeu, will be sold at gieatly teduced
1st on chronic diseases of tho henrt,
lungs, liver, kidney and genlto urinary
organs, will occupy tho olllco of Dr.
Roos, 232 Adams aevnuo. Olllce hours,
1 to 0 p. m.
W. G. ROOlC VETERINARY BUR
gcon. Horses, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 124 Linden street, Scranton,
FRANK D. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-at-law. Burr building, room
13 and 14. Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTYATLAW.
211 Wyoming avenue.
JEFFREY'S & RUDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-law.
WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEV3
and Counsellors at Law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scranton,
JESSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law, Commonwealth
tulldlng, Washington avenue.
W. H. JESSUP,
W. IL JEB3UP. JR.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADER'3
National Bank Building.
AV V " and l ' Counsellors Common:
n2 f.iMini. nn.i si n??i
w5althuyine55?jns19L 20 and 21.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room D, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY.
at-Law, rooms 03, CI and Co, Common
SAMUEL W. EDGAR, ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Offlcc, 317 Spruce St., Scrnnton, Pa.
L. A. WATRES, ATTQRNEY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawanna rivcScrnnton, Pa.
URID TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Dime Bank Building, Scranton.
Money to loan In large sums at 5 per
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-Inw,
Commonwealth building, Scranton.
C. COMEGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE. ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate Becurlty.
Mcars building, corner Washington ave
nue and Spruco street.
5. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
120 Wyoming aye., Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-AT-law,
45 Commonwealth bld'g. Scrnnton.
WATSON. DIEHL. HALL & KEMMER
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
0. 7, S, 9 nnd 10: third floor.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY. COMMON.
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT.
Rooms 21, 25 and 20, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OrPICE
rear of COO Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR , ARCHITECT,
435 Spruce St., cor. Wash. nve.. Scrantoji.
BROWN & MORRIS. ARCHITECTS.
Price building, 125 Washington avenue,
Sc ra nton.
T. I. LACEY & SON, ARCHITECTS,
Trader's Bank Building.
G. T. KELLOW, 1001 W. LACKA. AVE.
L. M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCH
DR. H. T. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE.
DR, C. C LAUBACH. 115 Wyoming avo.
R. M. STRATTON, OPFICE COAL EX
change. WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA,
ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 6.
MRS.M.E.DAVIS,430 Adams avenue.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Scranton, I'n., prepares boys and glrli
for collego or business; thoroughly
trains oung children. Catalogue at re.
REV. THOMAS M. CANN.
. WALTER H BUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Sprlni)
term April 13. Kindergarten J10 per term.
G R, CLARK & CO, SEEDMEN ANU
Nurserjmcn; store 140 Washington ave.
nue; gieen house, 1350 North Main ave.
nue; store telephone, 782.
JOS KUETTEL. REAR BU LACKA.
wanna avenuo. Scranton, Pa , manufac.
turet of Wire Screens
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 125 and 127 FRANK,
lln avenue. Rates reasonable,
P. ZEIGLER. Proprietor
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. & W,
passenger depot. Conductod on tht
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St and Irving Place.
Rates. $3 50 per day and upwards (Amerl
can plan.) Ge6. MURRAY.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOB
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed.
dings and concert work furnished Foi
terms address R. J, Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert'i
MEGARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine,
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scran,
FRANK P BROWN & CO., WHOLEi
sale dealers In Woodwnre, Cordage anj
OH Clothu720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERTTaC
countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postolllce,
Aeent for tho Rex Fire Extinguisher.