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TITE SOHANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MCTRNTNC. MATCCH 10, 1897.
THE NEW CONGRESS.
Concluded ftom Pafjo 1."
and McMillan, oC Tennessee, Demo
crats, Committee on ways und means
Messrs. Dlnt'ley, o Maine, chairman:
Payne, of New York; IJulzell, ot Penn
Hylvunla; Hopkins, of Illinois; Gros
venor, of Ohio; Dolliver, of Iowa;
Steele, ot Indiana; Johnson, ot North
Dakota; 2vnnn, of Kentucky; Tawney,
ot Minnesota, Republicans, and Messrs.
JJalley, of Texas; McMillan, of Tennes
see; "Wheeler, of Alabama; McLaurln,
ot South Carolina; Rohorts, of Louis
lana; Swanson, of AMrnlnla, Democrats.
I'ermlsslon was given to the commit
tee on ways mid means to sit during
the sessions of the house, and to have
all necessary prlntlnc done; and then
at 4 p. m. the house adjourned till
Thursday next.
NEW TARIFF BILL
Clinirmitn Dliijjloy's Synopsis ol'Im
i() it lint Chances to llu .Untie.
Washington, March 15. The date
when tin' new tariff bill Is to ko Into
I'fioct Is named In the preliminary
drafts submitted to the huuse today as
May 1, 1S!7.
At quite a late hour In the session ot
the house Chuliniun Dlnglcy presented
for reference to the committee on ways
und means, of which It was well under
stood lie was again to be chairman,
the bill upon which he and his Republi
can associates have been engaged for
many weeks.
Most of the essential details ot the
bill, except its administrative f.uitures,
I.uao already been made known In these
despatches, llut In discussing the gen
eral scope and purport of the bill to a
representative of the United Associat
ed Presses today. Chairman Dingley
gave an interesting synopsis of what
lie expected of It as follows:
- TO RA1SK REVENUE.
The bill has two purposes, namely, to
raise additional revenue und to encouiugo
the industilus of the United States.
on the basis of the importations ot the
lust llscal year, lliu bill would inert-use
the revenue ubout $112,000,000, divided
among the several schedules roughly as
follows:
(a) Chemical. $3,500,000; (b) crockery
and glass waie,-$4,000,000; (c) metals, $I,ikjii.
OJO; (dl wood, 51,750,000; (e) sugar, $21,750,
(i0l; (f) tobacco, $7,000,000; (g) agricultural,
$0,300,000; (h) Illinois, $l,bll,li00; (I) cotton,
51,700,000; (j) Jute, linen and hemp, $7,Hio.
IhKj; (k) 'wool, $17,500,000; (k) manuructuris
of wool, $27,000,000: (1) silks, $1, 500.000; (m)
pulp and paper, $53,000; (n) sundries, $0,200,
000. This estimate is on the supposition that
the imports of each class of goods would
be the sume the next llscal year us In
the fiscal year ended last .Iuiih. Hut as
the Imports of wool were three times cs
gioat in pounds as In lS'JJ. the committee
assume that their excessive Importation
would be largely reduced by the proposed
bill, although the fart that our domestic
Piodtictlon of wool has diminished h.OO.MiOO
pounds since 1&113 will necessitate the Im
portation of much more wool now than In
the latter year. Assuming that the Im
jiortntlohs or wool will full oil' at hnt
cue-third from those of i, on account or
anticipation Imports to avoid duties, we
plr.ee the Increased revenue riom this
source nt $11,000,000. Anticipating also
that the Imports or wools will fall off
neaily f0 per cent, from the ehoinious Im
ports of ISM, we estimate the Incieuscd
revenue from this source under the pio
posed rates at about $ll,oe0,000. Frojn su
gar we estimate $20,000,000 addltlonnl rev
enue. Anticipating a considerable falling
off of Imports of Havana tobacco because
of the revolution In Cuba we lediice the
estimates of additional revenue to lie de
rrved from the tobacco schedule to $1,000,
000. The remaining schedules would af
ford a revenue of about SO1, mills on the
basis of the Imports of h, but as thi'
would probably be diminished Imports at
some points, although the gradual restor
ation of business activity would offset
this by Increasing the consumption of Im
ported luxuries, we reduce the estimate
on these to $31,000,000. Thes would aggre
gate an addltlonul revenue of $S0.0o6.000
the first year. A reduction of five or ten
inflllons for contingencies, would leave
$70,000,000 or $7r,,O00,O00 as the probable
it, r reused revenue from this bill the first
year, which would undoubtedly rise to
$100,000,000 the second year.
ABOVE l'ltOUAIibH RESULTS.
These estimates are below rather than
nbovo the probable result unless a consid
er ahlo dolay In the enactment of the bill
should greatly cnlnige the opportunity
for Imports of articles on which duties
are to be raised particularly wool and
woollens for speculative purposes. Un
doubtedly any delay beyond the first of
May In placing the bill on the statute book
would result In a large loss of revenue.
This Increase of revenue Is secured by
transfer! Ing wool, lumber, crude opium,
argols, paintings and statuary, straw or
naments, straw mattings, burlaps and
various other articles from the free list
of the present law to the dutiable lists,
by' Increasing the duty on woolens to
compensate the manufactures for the
duty placed on wool; by raising the duly
on sugar about three-fourths of a cent
per pound In order to encourage the pro
duction of sugar In this country, which It
Is believed can be done and thus give our
fanners a new crop which we now import
mainly abroad; by increasing the duty on
agricultural productions atfected by
Canadian competltiun and on Hue cotton
goods, some advanced manufactures of
Iron and steel, manufactures of jute, llax
A Wonderful Medicine
Tor Bilious and Hoitous dlsordors.such as Wind
and Fain la t ho Stomach, Sick Headache, Giddi
ness, rullnoss and Strolling after meals, Dizzi
ness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings ot
Heat, Loss ot Appotlto, Shortness ot Breath, Cos.
tlvouoas, Blotches on tho Bkln, Disturbed Sloop,
rrlghttul Droani3, andallNorvous and Trorab
llng Sensations, sc.,N7hon theso symptoms aro
caused by constipation, as most ot thorn are.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY
MINUTES. This Is no Action. Every EutToror is
earnestly invited to try ono Box ot these, rills
and they v.'Ul bo acknowledged to bo
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE,
KEIX'JIAIH'S PILLS, taken as directed,
T7I11 quickly rootoro Females tocoraploto health.
TU07 promptly romovo obstructions or lrregu.
larltlcB ot tho eystom. For a
Weak Stomach
Gmpaired Digestion
Disordered Liver
they act like, magic a low doses will work won
ders upon tho Vital Organs ; strengthening tho
muscular system, restoring tho loug-lost com.
plexlon, bringing back tho koen adgo ot appo
tito, and arousing with tho Itogolmd of
Health tlio lvliolo physical energy ot
the human frame. These are fuels admlttod by
ttiousauds, In all classes of society, and ouo of
the beat guarantees to the Horvous and Debili
tated la that Mcccliuiii's IMIlx liavu tho
Latest Sale of any l'ulenl IUedlcliio
lu tho AVorld.
El
Annual Sales more than 0,000,000 Boxes
Sic. at Drug Stores, or will bo sent by U.S.
Ageuta. l, 1 ALLEN CO., 303 Cauiil St., New
York, post paid, upon receipt of prico. Boole
Ireo upon application.
PPIMS1
and hemp, In order to encourage these
und other industries here and especlallj
by Increasing duties on stich luxuiles as I
llquois, tobacco, silks und luces, etc,
"An a rule the rules of duties proposed
are between the intes of tnrlrr ot l&'.it
und the tut Iff of iSfll, such reduction of (
rates from the former law, preserving
the protective principle being made feas
ible by clinnged conditions,
IRON AND STEEL.
"The Iron and steel schedule Is changed
very little from that schedule In the tar
iff of ISiil. the chunge being entirely In
the more advanced articles. The sumo is
true of tlio cotton schedule. In the tigrl-
cultural, wool and glass and citrthware ,
schedules alone arc the duties of the I
act ot 1S!)0 fully restored us a rule, and .
In a few cases Increased, witli the view !
of amply protecting und encouraging our
farming Interests at every possible point.
While the duty on clothing wool Is larger
in proportion to tlio foreign value than
on manufactured articles, yet It Is
thought desirable for the publlo Interest
and for our ngticulturo that wo should
produce that prima necessity for our
selves. The duty on carpet wools, as well
as upon many other nrtlcles In Imposed
mainly for revenue. Tlio Irritation caus
ed by the use ot n few wools heretofore
classed us carpet wools, being Used for
clothing .purposes bus been remedied by
transferring such wools to tlio clothing
wool classes, but the duty on clothing
wool bus been restored to the into of the
act of 15,90.
"In framing this new tariff the aim has
been to make the duties specific or ut
least partly specific, so far as possible,
to protect the revenue and also protect
our own Industries. This has been done
in response to tlio wishes of the better
class of Importers, as well as of the ad
ministrators of the law mid or our own
producers. The very general substitution
of spccllle duties, even whole they uro
only the equivalent of existing ad valor
em will of Itself increase the revenue und
strengthen the protection afforded to our
Industries.
RECIPROCITY PROVISIONS.
"The reciprocity provisions of the net
of lsHO have not only been fully restored,
but this policy ban been extended by
adding to sugar, tea, coffee and hides as
articles on which to make reciprocal
agreements, such articles us champagne,
brandy, wines, nrtlllelal und natural min
eral waters, chicle, argols and silk laces.
In adding these articles the reciprocity
provision Is strengthened greatly by pro
viding for a reduction of duties on them
to countries greatly by providing for a
reduction.
"The bill us u whole has the unanimous
support of the Republican members of
the ways and means committee, and will,
It is hoped, receive the support not only
of Republicans but of others who believe
thut revenue should be at least equal to
expenditures, with the conviction thut
in adjusting duties to secure such rev
enue it Is u wise policy to encourage
home production and manufactures of
our people upon whose purchasing power
depends the market tor our products."
CHARLES BROWN AWAKES
He States Thut His Right Name is D. J.
Tclfair-"A Strange Slory of
Adventure.
Olean, March to. A strange mystery
of double percunulity. robbery and con
spiracy has come to light here, late
last night u man, who has been known
as Churles Uruwn, awoke at the Kmer-
gency hospltul and niiniiunced thut Ills
name was David J. Telfair and that he
knew nothing of lllu existence of his
former self.
On December 2:1, 1SHG. there wandered
Into Uleau a man who could not. re
member ills name when he applied at
police headquarters for nssltancc. All
that he could recall was that he had
been In a hospital In some largo city.
Chief Hart mivti hjni lodging. Several
days later tho man remembered that
he had been In a Chicago hospltul. Iie
yond this his memory did not take him.
For some time past Brown has been
conducting a loan and real estate
agency in the Musonlc temple here and
rooming at No. 104 Klghth street. When
he retired Thursday night he appeared
to be In usual health, llut he did nut
awake Friday nor Friday night. He
was taken to thu hospital, where lie
came to himself.
"This Is different," lie said. "Where
Is Allen?"
From other remarks It was evident
that he thought ho was In a Chicago
hospital. He was very weak, but after
taking some stimulants he became
brighter and seemed to be In his right
mind. He told u. strange story.
IMPRISONED IN AFRICA.
He said his name Is David ,T. Telfair
and thut ho Is f,0 years old. He and six
other American were extensively en
gaged In diamond mining In South Af
rica, near Johannesburg;. At the time
of the Jameson raid they were impris
oned, and he thinks his partners were
killed. One of his Zulu guards, whom
he had frequently befriended, helped
him to escape.
He was three weeks reaching the
coast, where he took a Portuguese ves
sel for Lisbon, whence ho sailed for
New York. After staying there a few
days he went to Chicago In search of a
John O'Brien, who was a member of
the mining company, who had re
mained in America. He hud been in
Chicago but three days, stopping at a
lodging house on State street, near
Twelttb.
The evening of the third day he went
out to Jackson park to hear the music.
While coining out of the park he wut
seized by three men, who clapped some
thing over his mouth to prevent an out
cry, and tried to bundle him Into a
hack. He struggled and was struck a
crushing blow in the back of the bend.
That was the lust he could remember
until he came to his senses here.
When Brown, or Telfair, as he now
calls himself, realizes his situation, he
felt for a belt which he said had con
tained diamonds to the value of $50,000.
It was gone. He did not recognize
Chief Hart, although having seen him
dally for three months. He says he
knew Barney Barnato, Cecil Rhodes
and John Hayes Hammond In South
Africa.
Chief Hart has been Investigating
the case and has already learned
enough to make him believe the story
the man tells. He bus discovered evi
dences of his having owned property in
the cities he tells of, and learns that
he was connected with a mining com
puny In South Africa.
Awful l'.peiiciico With llcint Dis
ease, That Dr. Agm-w's Cure for tho Heart
works like inagle, und cures Is proven
by the testimony of Mr. 1,. J. Law, To
lunto, Can. "I wub so sorely troubled
with heart disease thut 1 was unable
for IS months to lie down in bed lest 1
smother. After taking one- dose of Dr.
Agnew's Heart Cure, 1 retired und slept
soundly. 1 used one bottle und tho
tiouble bus not returned."
Chicago Itivo Stock.
Chicago, Muich 15. -Cattle Receipts, 10,
0(10 lieud; murket easy; common to eMru
steers, Jl.7Uan.0d; Blockers and feeders,
$;i. I'lal..".; cows und bulls, Jl.'JUa'j.bO; calves,
$;i.r,u-i(i,10; Texaiw, 53.Wjt.J3. Hogs-Receipts,
0,0011 head; murket llrm and :'.
higher; heuvy packing and shipping lots,
X70ul,US; common to choice mixed, J'J.MU
LOG; choice assorted, fj.!'.',:it.00; light, W.sr.ii
4; pigs, $3.Mut.0J. Hheep-Uecelpls, 18,000
head; market steady; Infeilor to choice,
SXi-'SaVJO; lambs, ?3.WaG..
AQl&ftfi
Largest package oxtm
WflshinflPiMBr.i
THE N. K.
Chicago, tit. Louis,
MARKETS AND STOCKS.
Mull Struct IlovluV4
New York, March 13. The security mar
ket continued to broaden. The sales of
stocks today aggregated 213,500 shares.
The increased uctivlty was accompanied
by higher range of prices for the leading
Issues, ulthough a number of shares for
special Fales failed to participate lu the
improvement. The Vnnderbllts, its of inte,
were conspicuous In the dealings Omaha
made a new high lecord with sales up to
iY23t. The upward tendency was die d'.c 1
during the afternoon by u break ot nearly
three points In Missouri Pucltlc. The sell
ing of the stock was due to a widely cir
culated rumor of an impending receiver
ship for the company. In the Grangers
there was a disposition to dullness. The
Industrials Nveie feverish and weak, Su
gar rose to 117 anil then dropped to 1151',
on the unfavorable schedule lu th new
tariff bill. .Speculation closed steady in
tone. Net changes show gains of 'Vu-I per
cent., outside of Sugar, Tobacco, floi'K
Island, Missouri Pacific, Heading and
lUibber, which lost ',(,a2'i per cent.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN. AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Meurs bulld
Inc. rooms. 7O5-70G.
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CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICKS.
Open- High- Low- Clos
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May
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CORN.
May
July
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May
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(iiiotntioi)s--AII (iiiotittions Uascd
on Parol' 100.
STOCKS. Bid.
Scianton & Pittslon Trac. Co. ...
National Poring & Drlll'g Co. ...
First National Rank 050
Klmhurst Houlevard Co
Bcranton Savings Hnnk 200
Scianton Packing Co
Lackawanna Iron & Steel Co. ...
Third National Hank 330
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co
Scranton Traction Co 13
Scianton Axle Works
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Replacer C'Oj. ...
Scranton Bedding Co
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Colliery Knglnecr
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep. Co.
Ciystnl Lake Water Co
Traders' National Bank
BONDS.
Scranton Pass. Railway, tlrst
mortgage due 1918
People's Street Railway, Hist
mortgage due 1913
Scranton Plttston True. Co.
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920
Dickson Manufacturing Co....
Lacka. Township School 5';..
City of Seruutoli St. Imp. 0,.
Ml. Vernon Coal Co
Sci-nnton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co
Kconomy Steam, JI. Ai P. Co..
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New York Produce Market.
New Yoik, March 15. Flour Dull,
steady; winter wheat, low grades, $2.30a
3.25; do. fair to fancy, $3.25a4.50; do. pat
ents, $1.00a5; Minnesota clear, $3.40a3.90;
do. straights. $la4.20; do. patents, Slal.sO;
city 111111'. 43.C0al.S0; do. patents, $4.S0a5.0:..
Wheal Dull, ilrmer; f. o. b., S3Tc; un
graded icd, 70aS4c. ; No 1 northern, 8l"c. ;
options closed firm; March, SHc. ; May,
797ic: July, 7S;c; September, 7374c. Corn
Dull, llrm; No, 2. 2!HbC., elevator; 30',aC.,
alldat; steamer mixed, 25c; No. 3, 20c.;
new No. 2, 2UV-; old No. 2 white, 2SW,;
options closed steady; March, 29Vbc ; May,
30c; July, 31,c. Outs Dull, steudy; op.
tlons steady, dull; May, 21?ic: spot prices.
No. 2, 22c; No. 2 white. 21c; No, 2 fhlca
go, 23c; No. 3, 21c; No. 3 white, 22!-.e.:
mixed western, 21a2lc; white 2 do., 20a
20c; white state, 23a30c Beef Steady;
family, $9al0.30; extra mess, $7a8. Beef
hams Firmer, $19. Tlerced beef Quint,
steady; extra India mess, '?13all. Cut
meats Finn; pickled bellies, rc; do.
shoulders, 5'4c: do. hams, S'iuUc Lard
Strong, slow: western, $1.45; city, $1.10;
May, $1.00; rellned, quiet; continent, $1.75;
South America, $5; compound, 4'Bunae.
Pork Strong; mess, $S.73a9.25. Butter
Fancy, llrm; dairy, 9alSc; do. creuniery,
13alSc; western creamery, 13al9c; do. lac
tory, 7al2c; Elglns, 19c; Imitation cream
ery, 10al5c; rolls, Sal3e. Cheese Steudy;
slate large, !ial2'4c ; do. smull, SuHc;
part skims, 6n7,.4c; full skims, 3a4c Eggs
Easy: state and Pennsylvania, 104a
llUc; western fresh, U')4e. ; southern, 10a
1014 c.
Chicago (.'lain and Provision Market.
Chicago, March 15. Tho leading futures
ranged us follows: Wheat March, 72V'.,
73c.; May, 73V,c, 7le.; July, 72c, 72V-. Corn
-Miuch. 233c, 23c; Muy, 2l1e.. 2JH.C;
July. 25tc 231I.C. Oats March, 10sic,
1CV-: May. 17,ic 17'i.e.; July, lSUc, lMc.
Mess purk-May. $S.C2'j,, $S.S2V4: July, $S.75,
$193. Lard-Muy. $1.23. $4.30: July, $1.35,
$t.37',4. Shoit ribs Muy. $4.C2',.i, $1.72'ii
July, $1.70, $1.75. Cushnuotutlons were uU
follows: Flour Quiet und llrm, un
changed; No. 2, Dpi lug wheat, 72l,iu73c;
No. 3 do,, 72a73'S,.c; No. 2 led, S'J'.uhSUc;
No. 2 coin, 2314c.; No. 2 outs, IGWc.; No. 8
I rye, .mtuujvsc. ; .u. uuriey, i.jj; .-u, 1
I flaxseed, "MiaBOVjc; prime timothy seed,
value. Sola everywhere, it redo only by
FAIRBANK COMPANY,
New York, Boston, "Philadelphia.
$2.C3; mess pot It, $1.30al.75; short clear
sides, $l.75a4.&7';; whiskey, $1.17; sugars,
cut loar, $3.14; granulated, $1.51; stundard
A, $1.20.
I'liiliulelpliin Provision Market.
Philadelphia, Mnrch, 15. Provisions
were firm and In fair demand. We quote:
Beef hums, $lS.75al9, as to age itiul bran I;
poik, family. $lo.50all; hams, S. P. cured,
In tierces, S1411S1140. ; do. smoked, 9V1II1..,
as to average und hi and; sides, ribbed,
In salt. 4?4af,c; do. do. smoked, utsuS-V-:
shoulders, pickle cured, r.linOc.; do. do.
smoked, fi'4uG34; plctile hnms, S. P. cured,
CatiUc; do. do. smoked, Gia7c; bellies, In
pickle, according to average, loose. f,'ta
0c; breakfast bacon, 7aSc, us to brand
und average; lard, puie, city rellned, in
tierces, GuTiViC; do. do., In tubs', (i'.4u5'4e.
do. butchers' loose. 4a4i4c.; city tallow,
In hogsheads, SaS'ie.; country do., 24a3c,
as to quality, and cakes, 3'4c.
Ullll'lllO Livo Stock'.
BnlTalo, N. Y., March 15. Cattle-flener-olly
slow; good shipping steers. $I.G5u4.90;
light to good butchers, $3.75a4.10; stockers
und feeders, llrm; light stockers, $3.10a3.50;
feeders, $).G0u3.7i"; common to 'fair, Sla
4.75. Hogs lOo. higher; Yorkers mixed
and mediums, $4.15; pigs, $3.90a4. Sheep
and lambs Market 10al5e. higher for
lambs; sheep, firm; prime lamb, $5.50a5.C0;
common to choice, $l.75a3.50; mixed sheep,
good to choice, $).25al.C0; culls to good,
$2.50al.l5.
Oil Market.
Pa., March 13. Credit balances,
till City
Sic
HANK INC
REPORT OF THK CONDITION OP T1IK
ut Scranton, In the state of Pennsylvanl
at the close of business Mai eh 9, 1VJ7:
RESOFRCK3.
Loans and discounts $1,537,402
Overdi lifts, seemed und unse
en! ed 935
U. S. Bonds to socuie circula
tion 200.000
1. S. Bonds 011 hand tl.tum
Premiums on V. S. Bonds 21,i7s
Stocks, seeililtlcs, etc 311, S23
li.'inktnL. huuse. fin-ill ture. and
fixtures 20,731
Due f 1 0111 National banks( not
Reserve Agents) 10,270
Due fioin State Banks and
Bunkeis 10,932
Due fioin approved Reserve
Agents 207,902
Checks and other cash Items... 0,257
Exchanges for clearing houe.. 4,S4S
Notes of other National Bunks. 1,7S0
Fractional paper cuneiiey,
nickels und cents 1.007
Lawful .Money Reserve In Hank,
viz.:
Specie $S2.472 90
Legal-tenuer notes.... 30,o.'0 00
11S.792
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (3 per cent, of cir
culation) 9,000
Due from tT. S. Treasurer, other
than 5 per cent, redemption
fund 1,000
Total $2,4iS,7ll7 21
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In $ 200,000 0.1
Surplus fund 310,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 90, ISO 43
National Bank notes outstand
ing 170,250 00
Due to other National Banks... 27,200 SI
Due to State Banks and Hank
ers 2,173 00
Dividends unpaid 10S 3u
Individual deposits subject to
check 1,053,301 i7
Demand certificates of deposit. 12,114 50
Certified checks 14,130 23
Cashier's checks outstanding.. S5 55
Notes and bills ledlscounted.. None
Bills payable None
Liabilities other than those
above stated None
Total $2,4SS,7C7 21
State of Pennsylvania, County or Lacka
wanna, ss. :
1, William II. Peck. Cashier or the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the
best or mv knowledge and belief.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to befoie me
this llfteellth day of .March. 1S97.
AARON V. BOWER.
Notary Public
Collect Attest:
HENRY BELIN. JR.,
ALFRED HAND,
LUTHER KELLER,
Directors.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION Oh' THE
ut Scranton, in the state of Pennsylvnnh
at the cluse of business, Murch K, ltS7:
RESOIROES.
Loans and discounts ... GS7,3:9 :
Overdrafts, secured una unse
cured (13179
1. . S. Ponds to secuie circula
tion 200,000 00
Premiums on I'. S. Honds 2S.000 K
Stocks, sccuiltle-i, etc 37.bb7 JO
tiaiiKlnti-house, lurnlture and
llxtures 110,307 OS
Other real estate und mortsaues
owned 10,811 SO
Due from Nationul banks (not
Reserve Agents) 0,131 37
Due from Stute Hanks and
Ha nkers 14,02ii Uj
Duo from upjlioved reserve
atfcnts 57,153 71
Cheeks and other cash Items .. :i,Si S9
Excliannes for clearhiK house .. 1,6.2 29
Notes of other Nationul Hunks f,72j 00
Fractional paper cuneiiey,
nlekles and cents 1,233 i.'
Lawful Money Reserve In Hank,
vise.:
Specie $11,712 40
Legal tender notes ....23,jJ00
43,403
Redemption fund with L'. S.
Treusmvv (j per cent, of clr.
eolation)
9,0)0
Total $1,141,055 CS
LIAHILITIEH.
Capital stock paid lu $ 250.00') 00
Surplus fund 45,000110
Cndlvlded prollts, less expenses
und tuxes paid S,a M
National liunlt Notes Outstand
ing ! 1S0.0JOO0
Due to other National Hanks ., 19,110 4o
Due to Stute Hanks und Hank
ers 2.S79 II
Dividends unpaid 99 00
Individual deposits subject to
check 031,42147
Demand certltlcutes of deposit., U.7UI 12
(Vrtllled checks 110 20
Cashier's checks outstanding .. f.oi 17
Notes and bills ledlscounted .. Nolle
Hills pUyubie None
Liabilities other than those
above sluted None
Totul $1,141,555 5S
Stute of Penny) Ivaula, county of Laeku-
wauuu, us.: -..
I. Flunk L, Phillips, Cashier of the.
above-named bunk, do solemnly swear
thut tho uboVB Btutemnt Is tillo to the
best of my knowledge und belief.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
1 ' Notary Public
Conect-Atteat:
J. T. PORTER.
C. P. MATTHEWS,
W. W. WATSON.
Directors.
JAw '
That's What Makes Our Sale of
Towels Such a Success.
Everybody knows how important it is to wipe the face and hands dry
these days. These Turkish Towels we offer are the most absorbent towel ever
produced. They induce good circulation, yet have the feel of velvet, to the'skin.
They have been well named,
COMPLEXION TOWELS.
PRICES FOR THIS SALE,
12J4c., 15c.;, 18c, 22c.
ALL OF THIS WEEK.
CONNOLLY &
A FA IP PPICR ' I
! FOR
TRIBUNE!
ONE CENT
Jswwrwrww y f H'Tyyv
rou RF.Nr.
Advs. Under Tills Head One Cent u Word.
t.'OR KENT LK'KNISLII liOTEL.l'OltNER
of I'nlon and W'uslilncton.
MUM. WM.
.M Al'KENZIK, Tuylor, Pa.
lOll RKNT A SINGLE U-ltUU.M JIOL'SE,
J ! 11 t'luv avenue: modern coinenlences
mid city steiim. Apiilvto C. J. POST, Esip,
L'onimouweulth liulldliiy.
tlX UKSIUA12LK ROUMH ON ADAMS
5 avenue, with model 11 linpiovemeuts, for
uiuu 11 ud wife or small family of uduts. lu
Ulre 71S Adunis avenue.
I?OK RENT HALF OP lKlUliLE HOL'SEj
all modern Improvements.
8'Jt) .Monroe
aveuile.
170lt RKNT-1'IIO.M APRIL 1ST, A VKItY
J' desirable house, with eight rooms and all
mouel 11 conveniences,
son uvenue.
Apply ut 010 Jefler-
Ult HENT-OKKICES INTllETUAUEItM'
National Dunk llulldlug.
niiUST Ol''KIfES POll RENT, HIS
V Spruce strict. Inquire LEWIS, UEILLV
A DAVIES.
oFlTIW'I'U RENT Bill AUA.MS.
O
l.'Olt RKNT THE THItEE I'LOUH OVKlt
I1 No. .1 10 Spruce sliced' now occiipleil by
tlie ItowlnK Aswiclutlon; iiovsesslou April 1.
Imiulie of, KRK1J. WAUNKIt, Oil Lueliu
wuunu avenue.
rou SALH.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
17011 SALE-ONE HEHR COl'NTEIl AND
r. ill. deep, -1 ft. 8 In. wide, s ft. In. lil','h,
cheap. PHIL. I'. WAUNKIt, Prescolt ae-
tiue, PetersburK.
TTOltSALE-I'IHST-CLASS .MILCH COW;
I1 price S'27.00; a Imigaln. 1'. I-!, Klllt
(11)01), PicHcott street, olf Dudley, Hunmoie.
tVkKSII JERSEY MILCH CUWH POlt
1 sale. Young stock. .MR.S. C. M. NEEL1),
Kdelhi, Pa.
1 'Oil SALE-i'l'RNlTPRE, CARPETS,
V book-ciHes ut S'eat bargains .pjl.Miiili
.on u emu.
-I70R SALE A .SILVER.l'LATEl) CONN
P double bell eilidioniiiui, nlcel.N cnmilNed,
Hith tiomboue bell, cold lined; nearly new
and cost Sill); will sell at a bargain. Aililreii
this week to E. W. GAVl.Olt, LuHa.Nsvllle,
Pa.
I'Olt SAl.l'.-HORSE, AOKHS1X YEARS,
I wellit, 1,1100 pounds; can be seen at
HI'Jl Price street.
II EL1 WANTED -M ALUS.
AdNS. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
A7ANTKD--.N IDEA. WROCANTHINIC
V Dfsome simple tlilmj to patent? I'ro-
teei vour ulcus; nicy ihhv nrui ,tu wcuiiu,
Wrile.IuIlN W'EDbKltllIRN - I'D., Dupt.
,. ..,, II. .,... V ,.... .ii.i'a W'.ilil 11. .,, 1, 1 I, '
for'th'elr tilHOO prize otter und llt of J,000
inventions wanted.
57ANTEI)-AS AGENT IN EVERY SEC
II lion to canvass; SLtIO to 8.',. oil a day
made; sells ut sluht; also a man to sell h'tuplo
Goods to dialers; bcsl side line $70 a month;
salary or Iiukc commission made; experience
unncccssaiy. Cllltou Snap und Mauiihictur
Ing Company, Cincinnati, o.
T7ANTKD - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
li ovcr.N town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; u monopoly; blc moiuj lur ugents; no
cupltul reilllrcd. KDNVARD C. l'ISH i CO.,
lioideu Uloi'k, Chicago, III.
HELP WANTED-FE.RALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
w
f ANTED -Klirit GOOD DISH WASH
crs. HEEMKRS, i-.'H N. Wusliin
gtou
avenue.
LADIES-I MAKE DIG WAGES DOING
pleasant homo work, und w ill gludly send
full particulars to all sending 'J cent stump.
MISS M. A. STKlllllNS, Lawrence, Mich.
YVAN'TEDLADY AGENT'S IN SCRAN-
ton to sell and Introduce Snydci's enko
Icing: experienced canvasser picl'enecl; work
permanent and Ncry prolttuble. Write for
particulars at once and get bcnellt of holiday
iruile. T. H.SNYDER A CO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED IM.MEDIATKI.Y-TWOENER-
' getlc suleSHOinen to represent us.
Guaranteed SO a day without Interfering
with oilier duties. Healthful occupation.
Write lur piutlcilluis, enclosing stanip,
MANGO CHEMICAL COMPANY, No. TV!
John street, New York.
MINING, BUSTING AND SPORTIHG
'Manufactured at tho Wapwallopen Mills,
Luzernn county. Pa., and at Wil
mington, Delaware.
HENRY BELIN, Jf.
Qoneral Agent for tho Wyo.uilns District.
US WYOMINQ AVliNUL', Scranton, Pa.
Third National Bank Building.
AGKNCIES:
THOS. FORD. Plttston. Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON, Plymouth, Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Agents for tho Rcpauno Chemical Com.
(ally's High Explosives.
D URO NT'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
WALLACE,
A GOOD THING
1
"WANTS."
A WORD.
rrwT'rw
wvrw wwww
vv
AGENTS WANTED.
AdNS. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
SALESMEN-SCHOOL SUpi'LlESiCoi N- I
tiy work: $100 salary monthly, with '
liberal udditionul coiuinlsslous. R. O.
EVANS Jt CO., Chicago. I
WANTED- SOLICITORS; NO DELIVER- I
lug, no collecting; position ut-rmititent;
pay weekly; Stute age. GLEN UUOTHERS,
Rochester, N. Y. , !
WANTKD-GKNERAL AGENTS IN EV
Ciy county; alsoludy canvassers; bonie
thliiff new; stile seller; upply quick. .1. ('.
HILliKRT, 111 Adums avenue, Scranton, Pa.
AGENTS-WHAT ARE Vol' GOING TO
do about Safe Cltlzeiisldp-prlce M. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
Nupcrvlllc, HI.
AGENTS--TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, slher, nickel und copper electro
plusteis; prices li 0111 Siti upwind; salary and
expenses paid; outfit liee. Address, with
slump, .MICHIGAN MEG CO., Chlcuw.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAL
ers; Sl'20 weeklN ami expenses; experi
ence unnecessir.. CONSOLIDATED MKO
CO., AH Van llurell St., Clilcugo.
CHIROPODIST AND iMANICURE.
-10RNS, HLNIONS AND INGROWING
KJ nulls cured without the least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advlco
given tree. E. M. 1IET.EL, Chlroiodlst,
;r,lo Lackawuunu uvenue. Ludlcs atteudeii
at their residence If desired. Charges moder
ate. CLAIRVOYANT.
Adv. Under TliU Head One Cent a Word.
MjiTe?eTk7)Nknton, CLAIRVOY
iint and Phrenologist, nun North
.Mulu avenue, Hyde I'urk. Few days only.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent u Word,
2io7r')N ''TvEltY'eTJir''MXiK'"lAST
0 I inoiitli thrmigli our system of syndi
cate speculation. Send lur full explanatory
pamphlet. O'CONNOR J: CO., 10 Wull St.,
VOL' CAN .MAKE SOME MONEY I1Y IN
L M'-lIng la speculation Immediately;
send for our booklet, "Good Advice" und
dull.N Information. A. F. UORST A CO., II
Pine St., New York.
CITY SCAVENGER.
rOIAS. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
w All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. AH the latest' appliances. Charges
reasonable. 710 Scrautoii street. House,
(13(1 North Washington avenue.
A" 11.1IRIGG8 CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
. and cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. IIRIGGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N, .Main uve.,or iOlckcs'
drug store, corner Adams unit Mulberry,
Telephone (10 10.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
UrANTED A POSITION AS TYPKWRI
tor and bookkeeper by Noiing lady,
Normal graduate; perlecl control uf German
und English, good releieuces. Addiess llox
107, Archbuld, i'u.
CITIATION WA.NTED-E.XPERHCNCED
0 bookkeeper and generul uccountnnt,
would be glud to accept of a temporary 011
gugeinent or otherwise; thoroughly compe
teut; 18 years' experience; salary no object.
OAR11ER WANTS A POSITION; CAN
li give city lel'crcnce. Addiess .1. J. :io7
Finest court.
SALESMAN v7NTS A POSITION-AM
O well uc(iiaiiitpil with hold trade and
drug trade In this county; can give the best
of reference. Address I.. M., HO" Forest-court,
SlTl'ATION WANTED-AS 11CTCHER;
good sausage maker und Is willing to
work In market or peddle; understands the
meat business thoroughly; will furnish good
references. Address CHARLES HUONK,
11)11 Penn avenue.
ETrrT'ATI(N WANTKD-AS AN EXl'ERI
13 cured housekeeper; can do any and all
kinds of work. Call or address E. M. li., (I!!1.'
ltlukely street, Duumore, Pa.
pHRHTIAN TEMPERANCE MAN
v. wuiitH employment; used to horses and
willing to work ut uii) thing. Address .1. P.
11., cuiu Anderson's News Store, Nurth -Mulu
avenue, city.
Physichiiis ami Surgeons
DR. MARTHA S. EVERITT. SOS WASH
lngton ave. Olllcc hours until 10 a. 111.,
2 to 4, 0 to 8 p. m.
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D.. HOME,
opathist, No. 223 Adunis uvenue.
Bit. A TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
llce hours, Thursday and Satuidu)s, 9
a. 111. to 0 p. m.
DR W. 12. ALLEN, 512 NORTH WASH,
lngton uxenue.
PrTaNNA ""LAW. SOS SVYOMINQ AVK.
Otllce hours, S II a. 111., 1-3 p. m., 7-8 p. in.
DR L. M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON
avenuo. Oltlcu hours. 8 to U a. in.? 1.30
to 11 und 7 to S p. in. Residence So0 .Madi
son avenue,
OR. C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Truss FlttliiB und Fat Reduc
tion. Rooms 200 und 207 Meurs Building,
Ottlce telephone 13CJ. Hours; 10 to 12,
2to 4, 7toa.
DR. S. W. LAMEREAUX, A SPECIAL-
OiLC?
These Turkish
20vP'"sStt0HoAuvsenue
1st on chronic disease of the heart, lungs,
liver, kidney and genlto urinary or
Kiins, will occupy the otllce of Dr. Roos,
i'32 Adams avenue. Oillco hours, 1 to 3
p.m.
DR, JOHN C. PRICE, 339 WASHINGTON
uvenue. Oillco hours S to 10 a. m.; 2 to
4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
W. G. ROOK, VETERINARY" SUlT
Keon. Horses, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospltul, 124 Linden street, Scranton.
Telephone 2072,
Architects
PERCIVAL j7 m6rRiS?ARCHITECT,'
Iioaid of Tiade Building-.
EDWARD II. DAVIS, "ARCTITEUY.
Rooms 24, 25 and 2Q, Commonwaalth
building, Scrunton.
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of COti Washington avenuo.
LEWIS HANCOCK, JR.. ARCHITECT.
435 Spruce St., cor. Wash, uve., Scranton.
FREDERICK. EMBROWN, ARCHITECT,
Price building, 120 Wushlngton avenue.
Scranton, -fU-.
T. I. LACEY ,c SON, ARCHITECTS,
Traders' .National Bank. '
l.awvcrji.
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATORNEY AND
counsellor-at-law. Burr bulldlnc, room3
13 and 14, Washington ave 11 u e-
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY,
Rooms 212-3-U-Commonwealth Bldg.
JEFFREYS ,t RUDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-hiw.
Commonwealth , Building.
WARREN & KNAPlC ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-nt-law, Republican
building, Wushlngton avenue, Scranton,
Pa.
JESStfp &. JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
and Counsellor at law. Commonwealth
bulldlnt', Wushlngton uvenue.
W. H, JESSUP.
W. H. JESSUP. JR.
PATTERSON & WILCpX, TRADERS
National Bank Building.
ALFRED HAND, W1LLVM j HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common-
Nvcalth bulldliie. ' Rooms 19, 20 aaid 21
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
Pa.
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-at-Lawr.
Rooms 514, 515 and MB, Board
of Trade Building'.
SAMUEL W. EDGAR, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Office, Wyoming avenue. Scranton.
L. A. WATItES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave.. Scranton, Pa.
URH3 "tOWNSEND, ATTORNEY'-AT-LaNV,
Dime Bank Building, Scranton.
Money to loan In large sums at 5 per
cent.
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-
Law, Commonwealth building, Scranton,
Pa:
C. CQMKGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOnLE-rATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears buildings, corner Washington
avenuo and Spruce Btreet.
B. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAWJ
120 'yomliiB avenue Scranton, Pa
JAS. J. H." HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Law,
15 Commonwealth bldg,, Scran
ton. WATSON. DIEHL. HALL & KEMMER
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
0, 7. S, 9. and 10; third floor.
Detectives.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY', COMMON
Nvealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
vice A gency. ,
Dentists.
DR. F.
street.
M'GRAW, 205 SPRUCE
DR. H. F. REYNOLDS. OPP..P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming ave.
R. M. STHATTON. OFFICE COAL EX-
change.
WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA.
ave. Hours, 0 to 1 and 2 to 5.
Dressmaker.
MRS. JI. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
Schools.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA
Scianton, Pa., prepares boys and glrlg
for college or business; thoroughly
trains young child ten. Catalogue at re
quest. REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER H. BUELL.
MISS "WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Spring
term April R Kindergarten $10. per term.
Seeds.
G. R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 14(1 Washington ave.
nue; green house, 1350 North Jlaln ave
nue; storo telephone. 7S2.
Wire Screens.
JOS. KUETTEL. REAR 511 LACKA
ivanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufao
Jurerof Wire Screens,
' Hotels and Itestaiirauts.
THE ELK CAFE," 125 AND127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
r. ZEIOlEH. Proprietor
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu.
lopean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
.Miscellaneous.
BAUER'S ORC11ESTRA-.MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings anil concert woik furnished. For
tcims address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming uvenue, over Hulbert'3
music store.
MEGARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twins.
Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue,
Scranton, Pa.
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT AC.
countunt ami uuditor. Rooms 10 and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postotllce.
Agent for the Rex l''lreExthiguislier
. PrintiiiK. . .
THE "TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO
North' Wushlngton Aveutib-.LInotypa
Composition uf uU kinds -iulckly don.
l'uullltleij uiistll passed lu IhU region.

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