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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 189S.
I THE GREAT NEW FACTORY OF THE RICCA MANUFACTURING CO., AT 1
1 NEW ORANGE, NEW JERSEY. 1
The Ricoa Manufacturing Company, of New York city, ha moved its plant and
5 factory to a new building in New Orange, N. J. The Ricca Manufacturing Company
5 is one of the largest producers of musical instruments in the country. The new struc- 5
i ture, a cut of which appears above, is now completed. This is the first factory built
5 by the association, and will be followed by others as fast as possible. New Orange
bids fair to be one of the leading towns in New Jersey.
The Reliable Silk Manufacturing Company.
a Contract let for the erection of a factory for the Reliable Silk Manufacturing
5 Company, to be finished Dec. ist, employing 300 hands. a
a Others for New Orange The Factory of Oxlcy & Enos d'omlycnr Vulcanite Company.
The New Orange Industrial Association's architect has finished the plans of a I
S factory for Oxley & Enos, manufacturers of chandeliers, who are to leave New York.
a The building will be 300 feet square. The pay of this firm is $300,000 per year and 5
E after moving to New Orange its business will be increased 50 per cent.
5 The Goodyear Vulcanite Manufacturing Company, manufacturers of hard rub-
ber, and many other large manufacturing concerns are booked for New Orange. S
a A (ireat Many New Houses Arc Hcing Built for the Employes of the Factory. 5
I One contractor, Mr. James Arthur, of Philadelphia, has a contract to build 81
a houses and 4 stores, on which he is now at work. Mr. C. E. Silvius, of Scranton, Pa.,
5 has a contract to build 12 houses, to be completed by January ist. Next year he is a
a to build 20 houses. s
Property Will Surely Double Inside or Two Years. 5
Mr. Otis Dockstader, architect for the association, has just completed plans for
s 17 houses, which he will build at once.
1 Lots $325, Payable Monthly. 1
s Office 308 and 309 Hears Building SCRANTON, PA. s
taa " n
Wall Street Review.
New York, Oct. .''.. The stock mar
ket showed a continuation of yester
day's strength todny and the specula
live activity broadened out consider
ably In addition. There was not quite
such it congestion of the deallncr In
Tobacco uril Sucar, although these
Ktorks continued to be the leaders in
point of activity. These were trailed
in nearly all day at n level below yes
terday's close though each stock ad
vanced sliKhtly above yesterday's
price for a brief, interval. Total sales
wete !57,200 shaves.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN ALLEN
& CO., stock brokers, rooms, 705-706 Mears
Open- High- Low- Clo
ing. est. est. in?.
Am. Cot. Oil
Am. Sug. Rn' Co
Ateh., To. & S. Fo
A.. T. & S. F., Pi
Am. Tobacco Co .
Hrook. K. T
Ray State Gas ...
Can. Southern ...
... 37Ti 3.S 37
..114 115 112't
N. J. Central fcSVi
Ches. & Ohio 21',s
Chic. & G. W in;
Chic. & N. W 131
Chic, B. & Q 11GM.
Chle., Mil. & St. P ..10S
Chic, K. I. & P 102
Chle., St. P. M. & O. MHi
C. C. C. &. St. L .... 39Vi
Con. Gas 177
Delaware A: I'ud ...103
N. Y'.. L. E. & W .. 12'i
Gen. Elertrlc M
Lakf Shorp U7
Louis, & Nash MM,
Manhattan Elo M',4
Met. Traction Co . .15fi
M. K. & Tex.. Pr .. 13
Mo. Paclllo 33
N. Y. Central HI'S. 314Ti iW
North. Paclfio 40' i 40 40 ,4
Nor. Pacific, Pr .... 75V4 75 75
Pacific Mail 3.1'3 33 33
People's Gas 103 lul?i 103
Penn. R. R US 11S US
P. & It. 1st Pr 39'4 39'.; 30'.
Southern It. R 85 Mi S',3
Southern R. R., Pr.. ZiVt 3' 31
Tenn.. P. & lion .... 2S 2S 28
Texas & Pacific .... 13 13 13
Union Pacific 32 32 32'i
Union Pac, IT .... us bl cs
U. S. Rubber 42 43 12
U. S. Rubber, Pr ....104 101',; 103V..
I. S. Leather. Pr .. 05 65 til
Wabash. Pr 20'. 20 20',i
West. Union 91 92 91
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET,
Open- High- Low
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. Bid. Asked.
Scranton & PittBton Trac. Co, ... a)
First National Bank 800 ...
Elmhurst Boulevard loo
Scranton Savings Bank ....... 233
Scranton Packing Co 93
Lacka. Iron & Steel Co 25 ,,,
Third National Bunk 383 ,,.
Throp Novelty Mfg. Co u
Scranton Railway Co 25 ...
Dime Dcp. & DIs. Bank JC5 ...
Economy Light Heat & Pow
er Company 43
Serantem Illuminating, Heat
ft Power Company gj ...
Sera 11 ton Forging Co , ,,, joa
TmdviV National Hank 130 ...
Ijickit. Lumber Cu , jm
Lack. Tril'l S'ifr Pep. Co.. 150 ...
MpodIv, Mountain Coal Co 11514
New York Produce Market.
Now York, Oct. 27 Flour Rarely btcudy
and quiet. Wheat Spot easy; No. 2 led,
77c, f. o, b., afloat; No. 2 northern Du
luth, 71c, f. o. b., ulloat; No. 2 hard
western, T4VaC., f. o. b., alloat; options de
clined at tlrst in sympjathy with easier
cables anl peaci news; shorts were put
put freely and frequently placed on
strength In noilhwestern market, a late
tally at Liverpool and small receipts;
closed unsettled under a final reaction ut
a',ic decline, with bears renewing the.r
attacks; sales Included No. 2 red. May,
T5u76c, closed 75c. ; May. 72a73V,
closed 72c. ; December, 7Ha75 7-10e.,
closed 74c. Corn Options opened strong,
tho advonco being supported by higher
cables, export business and a demand
from elevator people; prices Anally eas'il
off a little with wheat, but closed ae,
not higher; May, 39aS9c, closed 3Se.;
December, 38a38';C. closed 38e. Oats
Spot steady; No. 2, 2n'4c; No. 3, 2!',2C.; No.
2 white, 30V4c; No. 3 white, 29c.; track
mixed, western, 29a30c; track whit",
western, 29a33c. ; track white, btate, 29a
33c; options dull and nominal. Butl r
Firm; western creamery, 15a23c. ; do. t no
tary , ll'sallc.; Elglns, 23c; imitation
erepmory, 13al7e. ; btate ilalrj", HalOc.; do.
creamery. 5a22c. Cheese Quiet; laro
white, R'2e.; small white. e. ; light skims,
fi'.jaTe.; part skims, bnCc; full sklm. 2a
"'.e ; huge colored, S'ic.; small colored, .'c.
Eggs Finn; stnto and Pennsylvania, 21c;
western fresh, lc. Petroleum Strong.
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, Oct. 27. Wheat-Dull, opened
tamo and shado lowor. Stiffened on for
eign demand nnd strength,. Corn, which
caused buying, declined near the close
en selling by bears, closed weak ut rie.
dtellne. Corn active, opened shade high
er, strong Liverpool cables and good te
inand at seiboi.nl, finally yielded with
ffrakinf. lit wh,it and closed fairly
steady at 'to. advuncc. Provisions dull;
opened Irregular to 5c. lower on heavy
run hogs, held dull all day and closed
vi talc nt -V. decline. Cash quotations
v. 1 re t: follows: Flour Steady ; No. 2
frlii!-' wheat, GtiVntfec. ; No. 3 spring
wheat, G4aG7r.; No. 2 red, 07n70e. ; No. 2
corn, 32c. ; No. 2 yelow, 32c. ; No. 2 oats,
23n24c; No. 2 white, :(,".n27',ic. ; No. 3
white, 25a2Ce. ; No. 2 rye, 51c; No. 2
barlsy, 33a4te.; No. 1 flax seed, 99c.; prima
timothy seed, $2.37; mesb pork, $7.80rt7t:";
lard, $4.92al.97; short ribs, Sl.93a5.20;
dry salted shoulders, 4 l-3a4c. ; short
clear sides, $3.10a5.2O; whiskey, $1.25; sug
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Oct. 27,-Tcday trado in cattle
was dull at an nverage decline of 10c.
Choice steers, S5.23a3.G3; mediums, SI.Gna
4.83; beef steers, i.VjO.i I.U) ; stockers and
feeders. $2.75a4.W: bulls, J2.35at.10; cows
und heifers. J3.W)a4.23, calves, J3.23a7; west
ern rangers, J2.G3a4.G0; western fed steers,
J3.90a5.35; Texas grass teers, J3.15al.15.
Hogs Sales were slow at a decline of 5c;
fair to choice. $3.G0a3.73; packing lots,
$3.25a3.57; butchers, J3.40a3.75; mixed.
$3.S5a3.70; light. S3.3SaS.73; pigs, $2.70a3.G0;
Inferior to choice sheep, J2.25al.tiO; rang
ers, $2.50ai.G0; lambs, Jla5.G5; western
range lambs, JS.C5; feeders, Ji.85a5,03.
New York Live Stock.
Now York, Oct. 27. Beeves Receipts,
C90 head, but llttlo trading; market
steady; cables higher; live cattlo, lOallc;
refrigerator beef, 8c, per pound; ex
ports, 341 cattle and 3.040 quarters of beef.
Calves Receipts, 15 head; market mora
iictlvo; veali, JJ.D0a7.60; grousers, J3.37Ha
3.7S. Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 4.C50
hend; sheep, lOalCc, lower; lambs, 15a!5e.
lower; sheep, common to choice, JJ.it. "5;
lambs, common to prime, JI.75a5.M; one
cur evxtra, $3.75. Hogs Receipts, 7,253
head; nominally dull at J3.70r3.90.
Scranton Paint Co
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage, duo 1020
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage, due 101S
People's Streot Railway. Gen
eral mortgage, duo 1021
Dickson Miinufacturlng Co ...
Lacka. Township School u. .
City of Scranton St. Imp. fi7c.
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axlo Works
Scranton Traction C7o bonds...
Buffalo Live Stock.
East Uuffalo, N. Y'., Oct. 27. Cattle
Receipts light; dull and slow. Hogs Re
ceipts fair; opened fairly active; Y'orkrs,
good to choice, S3.70.i3.73; roughs, com
mon to good, S3.10a3.-I0, pigs, good to
choice, $3.4j.'i3.53. Sheep and Lambs Ro
et'lptK moderate; opened fairly actlvo;
lambs, choice to extra, $.i.40a3.C0; culls,
fulr to good, $1.50,14.90: sheep, choice to
selected ethers, $I.T0al.S5; culls and com
IN THE PLAY HOUSES.
"My Friend from India."
A large nudlence saw "My Friend
from India" at the Lyceum last night
and laughed at Ills many ttials and
tribulations. It la the first and best of
the farces written by II. A. ru Sott
chet. The situations are highly amus
ing and the farce rolls along from rlso
to fall of curtain at the rate of speed
a well-regulated farco should.
In the company that produced it last
night were Charles II. Ilradshaw, who
was excellent as Erastus Underholt,
the retired pork packer. George Mack
did verv intelligent work in tho dlili
cult role of A, Keen Shaver, the friend
from India. Miss Ethel Strickland, Miss
Louis Arnot, Miss Mabel Strickland,
Miss Madge Otis, Miss Ada Gllman and
Lute Woman were other members of
the very competent company that pre
sented the farce.
Good Play Well Played.
A good play needs no eulogistic in
troduction. To announce the return of
"Fuust." with the only Lewis Morri
son in his original role of "Mephisto,"
is sufficient. Tho story of "Faust" is
as well known as Kip Van Winkle or
Robinson Crusoe. A resume, iheret
fore, is superfluous. Suffice :t to say,
the production from a theatrical stand
point, is this season, absolutely new.
With It comes the positive assurance
that the entire produclon of this year
is the grandest and most expensive ever
given this classical gem. This Is Mr.
Morrison's farewell tour In "Faust,"
ns next season he Is under contract to
appear in a character new to tho stage,
and in which he expects to duplicate
his success as "Mephisto." The sup
porting company Is ono of exceptional
merit. The company will bo at tho
Lyceum tills nnd tomorrow evenings
and tomorrow afternoon.
The Sensation Burlesquers.
The company known as the Euro
pean Sensation liutlesqners opened a
three days' engagement at the Gaiety
last night but did not create a very
large sized or profound sensation by
the performance they gave. It was
a trille ragged to put the matter
Several members of tho company
did not reach thci city and others were
indisposed and unable to nppenr. This
was the excuse clven by thu man
ager of the company to Mr. Van Oa
ten, the manned' of tho theater, when
he entered a protest ugalnst the kind
of a show that was given. Mr. Rush,
the owner of the show, wired the man
ager lat't night that a number of peo
ple had been sent on from New York
to Join tho show here today. It Is
stated that they will materially
strengthen tho company.
The Academy of Music was throno
cd yesterday at tho second presenta
tion of "Jim tho Penman" by the
Now Kngland Stock Dramatic com
pany and last night "Trilby" was re
ceived with great favor.
This afternoon "Trilby" will be re
peated and tonlRht then will bo a
fine presentation of "Ksmernlda." one
of tho prettiest dramas seen on tho
American st'ige In years.
POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE (or tlic licncilt of All Who
Have Homes to Rent, Real Estate or Other Property to
Sell or Exchange, or Who Want Situations or Help These
Small Advertisements Cost One Cent a Word, Six Insertions (or
Five Cents a Word Except Situations Wanted, 'Which Arc In
w ikni-tiie EXCELSIOR CLUB
hall on Washington avenue. Sttltnblo
rorselect parties, balls nml entertainment.
1-nJlcs and gents' cloak roftm attached;
also caterer on premises. Apply to Illce,
Levy & Co., 30 Lackawanna avenue.
FOR BENT-STOKF. IIOOM, EOS LACK A.
wanna nvenuc, formerly occupied oy
tho Flvo nrcs.' Shoo Co. Inquire or Uoylo
& Mucklow, clothiers, 11'j Lackawanna
SIX-ROOM llOUSK IN GOOD CONDI-
Hon, No. 630 Forest court, between
Wyoming nvenuo and Krlo depot. Rent,
HOUSE ON AVKNFE-MODKP.N CON-
vcnlcnces; low rent. Jones, 811 Sprueo
STOHK - GOOD WINDOWS STEAM
heat, electric ami pas fixtures; run
ning water; flno cellar; cold storage
vault. Private toilet. Five or nix lines of
Incoming street cars pass tho door. Car.
bondalo nnd Olypliaut street cars pass
nearby. Jones, all Sprueo street.
DKSK IIOOM. WI1Y7-OFF1CE. TWO
communicating rooms, steam heat,
marble bowl, running water, handsome.
fixtures nnd decorntlons. Second floor
if?".1, 15 cheaper than desk room. Jones,
311 Sprueo street.
Oil KENT-DESK ROOM OR SHAKE
i. offlces second floor front, Coal Ex
change. Cull at room 15.
FO KENT- SECOND
FOIl SALE - ONE OF SfUANTON'S
leading laundries, a complete, modern
plant doing a nlco business. A raro bar-
Bain. Laundry, Trlbuno ofllcc.
FOR SALE-FIRST CLASS HOT WA
tcr heater, nearly now. 1536 Washing
FOR SALE-A SOUND, YOUNG. KIND
nnd all-round good horse. If. hands
high; welsrht, 1,200 pounds. Cull at sta
ble. 1533 Capouso avenue.
FOR SALE-A SECOND-HAND PAYNE
center crank high speed engine In
first class condition. For further par
ticulars apply at this cilice.
FOR SALE-TEN R-I-P-A-N-S FOR 3
cents at druggists. Ono gives relief.
FOR SALE-ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH,
Illness and lemoval from tho city, we
offer the following properties tor sale at
bargains. Tho Swift home, Clay avenue;
Eckman home, Qulncy nvenuo; Dr. Parko
home, Qulncv avenue; Frank Okcll, C ol
fax avenue; E. P. Henwood, Qulncy ave
nue. Theso properties are tine, but must
be sold for tho reasons given. M. II.
HOLGATE, Ctmmonwcclth Uulldlng.
$500 DOWN AND $50 MONTHLY HI YS A
lino new modern double house, open
nickel plumbing, etc.; gas. water, sewer
and largo lot on shady sldo of avenue
near Mulberry street. HACKETT, Price
$S,500 BUYS TWO DOUBLE HOUSES
near High School, asphalt pave, ete
Greatest bargain In Scranton. HACK
ETT, Price Building.
FOR SALE-MY RESIDENCE AT 235
Colfax avenue; just c mpletcd. All
modern improvements. Hardwood finish,
sanitary plumbing, electric lights, etc.
Prlco reasonable. Address Frank T.
Okcll. 220 Broadway, New York city.
WANTED-CASE OF BAD HEALTH
that R-I-P-A-N-S will not benefit.
Send 5 cents to Rlpans Chemical Co.,
New York, for 10 samples and 1,000 testi
WANTED-A FEW LADIES AND GEN
tlemen at a guaranteed salary of S."n)
per month and steady employment. R.
II. Woodward Co.. 531 Spruce street.
De Angelis Company.
The J elf De Angelis Opera company,
which will appear In this city ut the
Lyceum theater, Monday, includes, be
sides tins favorite comedian, an excel
lent singing company, and if reports
are true, a remarkably ..ne choruH.
The new work which Jeff De Angelis
will produce is called "The Jolly Mus
keteer." It is the Joint work of Julian
Edwards, that excellent musician (one
time tho musical director at Covent
Garden, London) nnd Stanislaus
Stange, ono of tho most promising
playrlghts and libbrettists in this coun
try. Both hook and music are said
to be very lino and from the names,
alone, we are assured of a splendid
Walto'a Stock Company.
.Miss Annie Louise Ames, who is
featured with Walte's Stock company,
to be seen at the Academy of Music
next week, was formerly a' great fu
vorite In this city in the days of tho
Atkinson & Cook company, a strong
repertoire organization of which sho
was the star, but which has ions gone
out of existence. Besides possessing"
great versatility, being able to turn
from roles of Lady I sable in "Fast
Lynne," to such characters as Billy
Piper In "The Danites," and tho old
hag Gorgonte, in "Monte Orl6to."
Originally u dancer, Mls3 Ames who
Is a Boaton girl, found her proper
sphere in the standard drama and her
success In it was immediate. She will
appear at every matinee ns well as
every evening performance. Sup
porting her are: C. II. Trucsdall,
Frederick Webber, Fred Wayne Camp
bell, George B. Ilowatd, George H.
Mitchell, Charles S. Ogle, Lillian
Keanan, Jerome Heanan, Flora Dor
set, Winona Bridges, Dick Kiltie, Har
ry Yeager, Baby June, and Seaver
Royal Automaton will open every
. 1 -
Lessons from Kussln.
From th Provldenco Journal.
Is it possible that, after all, foreigners
may teach Americans how to make travel
a luxury? One cannot but think bo when
leading a description of one of tho com
plete trains just put on the Trans-Si-nerlan
Railway. Thero are five coaches
connected by vestibules; one Is a dining
car nnd another a sleeper; passengers
are not forced to Bit In the sleeping car
by day. anil the other coaches Include n
baggage dcpaitment and a day or obser
vation car. In these are provided a bath
room, a small gymnasium, a library,
piano, and newspapers, the books and tlid
papers being In bevernl languages. Such
an equipment rlvuls nnythlng on 11U.1
continent, we believe. Yet In uddlllou to
theso 'luxuries each of the through day
cars will carry a barber, who, after the
Russian Idea, Is also qualified to servo ai
a doctor; a conductor who speaks Rus
sian, French, German and English, and
other extras. Evidently, the Kusidan gov
ernment means to open Siberia with this
lallroad, for the whole outfit of each
train, of which several like this one are
being hull!, Is for the tourist first of all.
OFFICE OF SIMPSON & WATKIN8.
Scranton, Pa., Oct. 23th, ISM. Nolle:
Is hereby given that In nccordnnco with
tho provisions of tho moitgugo of tho
Mount Lockout CmiI company to tho
Scrnnton Savings Hank and Trust com
pany, Trustee, tnat bonus or mo sam
coal compat.y numbered 15, IS, !2, 107 and
133 novo been designated by lot this day
for redemption, and will be redeemed ut
par nnd Interest upon presentation at tho
County Savings Hank and Trust com
pany. Tho interest ceases on tho abnvo
numbered bonds in Oct. 31st, 1S9. Tho
Mount Lookout Coal company, Uy C. 1).
FOR KENT-LAKUE FRONT ROOM;
furnished and conveniences; central.
L. S., Trlbuno olllce.
FOR RENT-PLEASANT FURNISHED
rooms; conveniences. Rooms from $1.50
up, 623 Mulberry ttreet.
furnished rooms for housekeeping for
man nnd wife. Can furnish best of ref
erence. Room, Trlbuno cilice.
MONEY TO LOAN.
SUMS RANGING" FROM $100. 4300, "woo."
$1,000 to J23.00O to loan at once. Okcll
& Dunn, 5 Coal Exchange.
Xu. mtlGGS CLllANS PRIVY VAULTS
anil cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. BRIGGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue,
or Elcko's drug store, corner Adams and
Mulberry. Telephone C010.
CORNS. BUNIONS AND INGROWING
nails cured without the least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advice
given tree. E. M. HKTZEL. Chiropo
dist. 330 Lackawanna avenue. Ladles at
tended at their resldenco it desired.
ment. 50c.; shampooing, 5Pe. ; facial
massage, manicuring1, 25c; chiropody. '.01
CARPENTER WANTS WORK OF ANY
kind, city or county. Address M. D.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO WASII
lng and Ironing ut home and go out
hv tho day. Cull or address A. II I
North Sumner avenue.
BOOKKEEPER, CASHIER. COMt'E
tent. doublo entry, ten yeais business
experience. Reference and bond II re
quired. Address 101, Tribune.
A MARRIED MAN WANTS A Posi
tion as teamster or any other kind of
work; sober, Industrious und can furnish
reference. A. L. Elfe. Dickson City, Pa,
STEADY EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY
man of good habits. Has had experi
ence laboring with builders, plumbers,
etc. Worked fourteen years for last em
plover. Good references. John MeAnul
ty, 51T New street.
STENOGRAPHER- SMITH l'REM IER
or Rimlimton opi-mtor desires position
live years' oxperl'ii accurate, lvllaM".
Addrcs A. B. V, 'i.ibum.
SITUATION WANTED-FOR YOUNG
man to wrk for board and attend
chool. Address Box 415.
SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG MAN.
20. wishes sltuiitli.ii as shipping clerk
or packer; has had three years' experi
ence in one of the largest laboratories in
the country; can furnish good refoienco.
Address Shipping Clerk, Tribune ottlse.
SITUATION" WANTED-BY A YOUNG
woman as stenographer, typewriter or
at other olllce work. Address, 13. San
derson avenue, Scranton, Pa.
stenographer desiies position; has col
lege education. K, T. Jones, 5o3 Linden
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAlt
rled and sober num; willing to riiyany
thlng. Address C. Slmms, 429 Tenth Si.
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE
aged lady as housekeeper for a re
spectablo widower with small family. Ad
dress Mrs. Lucy, Geneial Delivery, Scran
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAR
ried man, to take care of horses or
do anv kind of work. Well acquainted
with the city. Address G. D. James, 337
South Decker court.
SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG MAN
desires position; good references.
Clerkship preferred. J. C. '..
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG
man, as driver or any honorable work;
willing to work and can f uriiUh ref( r
ences; strictly temperate. Address R C,
caru Trlbuno olllce.
WANTED-POS IT! ON AS3 HOUSE
keeper by elderly American widow;
no family. Address housekeeper, Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED- WASHING,
Ironing or any kind of house cleaning
by the day, or will take washing home.
Side door 120 Franklin avenue.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
woman at general houi-ework. t'.in
furnish references. Address 2011 Wayne
avenue, Scranton, l'a.
SITUATION WANTED-FIKST CLASS
cook, hotel or restaurant. 235 Penn
SITUATION WANTED TO DO WASII
tug und Honing nt homo, and go out
by the day. Call or address L. B., UH
North Sumner avenue.
WANTED-POSITION BY LICENSED
engineer, understands electrical ma
chines and lighting, good steam Utter
and handy on repairs. Licensed, Tribune.
all-round cook, hotel or restaurant. 233
YOUNG BUTCHER, AGE IS, WISHES
employment, 3 years' experience,
wishes 11 steady position; an all nround
workman and havo llrst-cluss references.
Call or uddress C. A. a. 82J Capouso uvo
nue. Care Kuhl.
WANTED -WORK BY THE DAY
washing, iionlng, cleaning or cooking.
Address MIssL. E.. 420 South 9th street.
work " Wanted by tiTk day',
washing, etc., by a middle-aged, col
ored woman. Mrs. Coleman, C(W Lacka
SITUATION WANTED-BY EXPKrY-
cenced man attending to boiler or fire-
room. Address John Granville, 330 Wash
SITUATION WANTED-BY a" "yOUNO
man, driving team or delivery wagon,
well acquainted with city; good refer
ences. W. A., Tilbune otlleo.
SITUATION WANTED-A SOBEKAND
Industrious man wants u situation as
a house tlnUher, an a No. 1 workman,
Address Workman. Trlbuno office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
man; hus had experience, driving laun.
dry wagon, canvassing und stationary en.
glnetr: can give good reference. Ad
diess W. H. Jones, 1005 Eynon street.
SITUATION WANTED-DOINO OEN.
cral housowork, Address A. C, Trib
EDWARD II. DAVIS, AROHITECT,
Connell Building, (Scranton.
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of f08 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT.
435 Spruce St., cor. Wash, av., Bcrnnton.
FREDERICK L. BtlOWN, ARCHITECT,
Prlco Bultdlng, 120 Washington avenuo,
T. I. LACEY & SON. ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Rank.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PRI
yato Hoepltul, cor. Wyoming and Mul
berry. DR. 11. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
DR. C. C. LAUBACIt, 115 Wyoming nvc.
WELCOME O, SNOVER, 331 Washington
avenue. Hours, 9 to l.and 3 to 0.
TOLLE. 400 SPRUCE STREET. MAKES
your hat to order and they tit.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK
tin avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEiaLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropcan plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
HIANIC E. COYLE, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor-at-Law. Burr Uulldlng,
rooms 13 and H, Washington avenue.
OKELL & DUNN, ATTORNEYS, 5 TO
11 Coal Exchango Building, Scranton.
WILLARD. WARREN & KNAPP, AT
torneys and Counsellors-at-Law. Re
publican Building, Washington avenue,
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
vuunsuiiurs - at - JAW, i;ominuuvtaiin
Building. Rooms 1, 20 and 21.
JAMES XV. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Rooms 511, 515 and 51G, Board of
D. B. KEPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate secutlty.
Mears Building, corner Washington
avenue and Spruce street.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-at-Law.
301 Commonwealth Building,
EDWARD XV. THAYER. ATTORNEY.
Rooms 903-904, 9th lluor, Mears Building.
L. A. WATRES.ATTOKNEY-AT-l.AW,
502 Board of Trado Building, Scranton,
C. R. PITCHER, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth Building. Seranton. P.i.
A. W. BERT1IOLF, Ally.. Mears bldg.
MRS. GABLE. GRADUATE MIDWIFE
lots Washburn street. Scranton. En
gagements solicited. Rooms und be-il
attendance for a limited number of pa
tients. PHYSICIANS AND SURQEONS
DR. C. L. FREY. SCRAN'! ON SAVINGS
Bank Building, 122 Wyoming uvuuuc.
SHEPHERD. M. D HOME.
No. 22S Adams avenue.
DK. XV. E. ALLEN,
512 NORTH WAS1I-
DR. It. TKAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce streot, Scrantoii.
Olllco hours: Tliiirhduvs and Satur
days, U a. nt. to ii p. 111.
DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS 207 AND 20X
Board of Trade Building: Olllce hours,
8 to si a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to v p, m. Resi
dence, 309 Madison avenue.
DR. C. L. FKEAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture. Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion. Olllce telephone 13G.I. Hours, 10 to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR. S. XV. L'AMOREAUX, OFFICE :,3!l
Washington avenue. Residence, i:;is
Mulberry. Chronic disease. lungs,
heart, kidneys and genlto-urinury or
gans a specialty. Hours. 1 to I p. m.
XV. C. ROOK, VETERINARY SUIt
genn. Horses, Cnttlo and lings treated.
Hospital. 121 Linden street, Scranton.
G. R. CLARK & CO. SEEDMEN Al)
Nurscrjmen; store 14G Washington ave
nue; gr(en house, 1350 North Main av-u-nuc;
storo telephone, 782.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Scranton. Pa. Courses preparatory to
college, law, medicine or buslres-s.
Opens Sept. 12. Send lot
Rev. Thomas M. Cniin, LL.
11. Buell, A. M.
JOs7 KUlVrTHI.rREAIl 511
wanna avenue. Seranton. I'a.,
turer of Wire Sere- ns.
LATEST FROM PHILIPPINE IS
lands. Greatest Naval Battle. Shoes
all blown to p!ec(s and landed in Net
tleton's Shoe Store, Washington avenue.
Ladies' line button shoes, russet .m,
doiigolu, cost $2.50. at $1.19; ladles' lino
$2 00 shoos for I'6c; ladles oxfords, cost
si 50 for 79e, men's $2..'-o calf und russet
shoes for $1.49; $3.00 shoes for $1.9S, etc.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms, adress K. J- Bauer, conductor.
117 Wyoming avenue, oxer llulbuit'u
MEGAKGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington avenue,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Del.. Lacka. au.l Western.
' Effect Monday, June 20. 1898.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
nress for New York and all points East.
I.40! 3.00, 5.10. 8.00 and 10.05 a. m. ; 12.55 and
3'fxiii-css for Easton. Ticnlon, Philadel
nhia and the South, 5.10. 8.00 and lo.Oj a.
m., 12.55 and :s.33 p. in.
Tobyhuiina acconimodution, fi.10 p. in.
Exnress for Blutihamton, Oswego, El.
mlru Coming. Bath, Dansvllle. .Mount
Morris and Buffalo. 12.10. 2.:i3 9.0) a. m.,
1 55 and 5.50 p. m.. muklng close couneo
tions at Buffalo to all points In tho West.
Northwest and Southwest.
Blnghumton und way stations, l.Oj p. m.
FadoryvlUo accommodation, 4.00 and
Nlrholson accommodation U.00 p. ni.
Express for Utte.i and Richfield Springs.
2.35 u. in-, und t-fS p- in-
Ithaca. 2.33. SJ.trt n. m., and 1.55 p. ni.
For Northumberland. Plttston, Wilkes.
Baire, Plymouth. Bloomsburg and Dan
ville, muklng clobu connections at North,
umberland for Wlllluinsport, Harrlsburs,
Baltimore. Washington and tho South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tions, 6.00, 10.05 u. m.. and 1.55 and 5.10 p.
Nantieoke and intermediate stations,
8.0S and 11.10 a. in. Pl mouth and Inter,
mrdlate stations, 3.3j and S.50 p. m. For
Kingston, 12.55 p. in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, Dim
trict Passenger Agent, depot ticket of.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Scheduled! nileet May 39, i8o5.
Trains Loavo Wllkos-Darro os Fol.
7.30 a. m., wook days, fop Sunbury
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltl.
moro, Washington, and fop Pitts
burg and tho West.
IO.I5a. m., weok days, for Hazteton,
Pottsvlllo, Reading. Norrlatown,
and Philadelphia; and fop Sun.
bury, Harrlsburir, Phtladelohla,
Baltimore Washington and Pitts
burg and tho Wast.
3.12 d. m , dally, forSunbury, Harris.
burc Philadelphia. Daltlmore,
WashlnKton, and Pittsburg and
"00 p. m., wook days, for Sunbury.
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia and
1 1. iin-ri,.&,lv.P0D' Qen'l Pm. Ajent
J. U. IIUTCIIINSO.N, Ucneral Maimer,
Lchlgli Valloy Ralh-cmd Systom
Anthraclto Ccal Uf?cd. Ensuring Clcanll.
Hess and Comfort.
... . In Effect May 15. 189S.
i NP. I'1AVU SCRANTON.
Li. A: XV. It. II. i:nn it in n 1 .- n-'
COO p. m. ' '"" ""' ""'
i0r, White Haven, Hazlcton. Pottsvlllo.
LP , ii,rlJ,c,'rnl Point" " tho coal regions
ft'if.H' ." " ,:'45' B-' "I"" 4-27 P. m.
l'or Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Har
r sburg and principal Intermediate sta-
,.',0B"V.Aa,y. " " " GA'J a- m- J"03
li in (ulack Diamond Express), 1U9
For Tutikhnnnock, Towanda, Elmlra.
Ithaca. Geneva and principal intermedi
ate stations, via D., L. & W. It. R., S.03
a. m., 12,45 and n.33 p. m.
1' or Geneva. Rochester. Buffalo, Nlag
?.ra.I''il,B' Chicago and all points west via
J). & II. R. R 12.(15. 3.33 (Black Diamond
Impress), 10.2s and 11.30 p. m.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
,"! ley Parlor cars on all trains between
WIlkes-Barro and Now York, Phlladel-
puia. jiuirnin and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN H. WILUIHIK, Oen. Supt.
CI1AS. S. LEE. Pass. Agt., 20 Cortlandt
street, New York.
A. XV. NONKMACHER. Division Pass
enger Agent, South Bethlehem, Pa,
Delaware and Hudson.
On Sunday. July 3rd, trains will leave
Scranton as follows-
For Cnrbondale-.20, 7.53, S.53, 10.13 a.
m.: 12 noon: 1.23. 2.20. 2.52, 5.23, 6.25, 0.57,
9.15. 11.00 p.' m.; 1.1G p. m.
For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
Ion, New England points, etc. G.20 a, m.,
2.20 p. m.
For 1 lonesdalo fi.20, S.53, 10.13 a. m.; 12
noun; 2.20. 5.25 p. m.
l'or Wilkes-Barrc. C.I3. 7. Pi. S.13, 9.3S,
10. 13 a. m.: 12.03. 1.23, 2.1S. 3.33, 1.27, G.10,
7.48, 10.41, 11.30 p. m.
For New York. Philadelphia, etc., via
Lehigh Valley Railroad (i.43 a. m., 12.03,
1.2$. 4.27 p. m.; with Black Diamond Ex
press, ll.M p. in.
For Pennsylvania Railroad points, G.45,
9.3S a. in.. 2.18. 4.27 p. in.
For Western Points, via Lehigh Valley
Railroad 7. IS n. m.- 12.02. 3.33, with Black
Diamond Express. 10.11, 11.30 p. m.
Tialns will arrive In Scranton as fol
lows: From- CarbnnilalP nnd the North G.40,
7.13. 8.3s, 9.31. 10.3S, ll.(R a. m.. 1.23, 2.15, 3.2j,
4.23. 5.43. 7.43, 10.3S. 11.27 p. m. ....
I'rom'WIIli.s-Rarre nnd the South 6.1.
7.t. S.1S. 1O.0S 1155 11. m.: MS. 2.H, 3.4S,
5.20, 0.21. 7.-V!. 9.05. 10 03 p. 111.; 1.13 a. m.
For Carboudale 9.07, 11.33 a. m.! 1.51.
3.52. 5.53. 9.5.1 1. in.
For Wilkes. i;anc-9,"S. 11.43 a. m.: 1.5?.
3.2S, 5.I3. 7. IS p. m. , , ,
Lowest rates to all points In united
States and Canada.
.1. XV. BURDICK. G. P. A . Albany. N. Y.
II. XV. CROSS, D. P. A.. Scranton. Pa.
Central Kuilroad of New Jersey
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Stations In New York Foot of Liberty
Hliet-t, N. K and South Ferry, Whitehall
Anthracite coal used exclusively. Insur
ing cleanliness und comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SEPT. 13, i8D3
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston.
Wilkes-Baire, lc., at 8.30, 10.10 a. m., 1.20,
2.35, 3.20. 7.10 p. m. Sundays, 9.00 a. m.,
1 00. 2.13, 7.10 p. m.
For Lakewood and Atlantic City, 8.50
l'or New Yolk. Newark and Elizabeth,
S30 (express) a. 111.. 1.2o (oxprcbs), 3.20 (ex
press) p. in. Sunday, 2.15 p. in. Train
leaxliiK 1-20 P- ni.. arrives at Philadelphia,
Reading Terminal. 7.03 p. m.. and New
Yoik 7.U3 p. in. ,,.,,, ,. ,
For M.iueh Chunk. Allenlown. Bethle
hem. Easton and Philadelphia, b.30 a. 111.,
1 "0 3.20 p. 111. Sundays. 2.15 p. 111.
'l'or Baltimore and Washington, and
points South and West via Bethlehem,
8 30 a. 111.. 1-"J P- in. Sundays. 2.15 p. m.
For Long Blanch, Ocean Grove, etc., tit
s.::o 11. m. und 1 20 p. m.
For lli-udh.g. Lebanon and Harrlsburg,
via Alleiituwii. 8.30 a. m., 1.20 p. m. Sun
dav 2.15 l. m.
For Pottsxllle. 8.30 a. m.. 1.20 P. til.
Returning, have New York, foot of Lin
ertystreetV North River, at 4.00, 9.10 (ex
press) II. 111., l.wU veAIHC-r-n; j,. ,,,, wuuuj.
4"i e"ve'UNev York, South Ferrv, foot
Whitehall street, at 9.0S a. m., 1.25 p. m.
Passenger arriving or departing from
11 Is terminal can connect under cover
with 'ill th elevated railroads. Broadway
entile cars, and ferries to Brooklyn nnd
Staten li-Iamh.. making quick transfer to
and from Grand Central depot and Long
'lra'vo,il,h'uadelihl.i. Reading Terminal,
9 "1 a ni.. 3.00 p. m. Sunday, 0.13 u. in.
'Through tickets to all points East.
South and West at lowest rato at thu
MtjUlT OI.1IAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
II. P. BALDWIN, Gen, Pass. Agt.
lirie it nil Wyoming Valley.
Timetable In etfe-et Sept. 19th. l!93.
Trains leave Scranioii for New York,
Newburg and Iniermedlate points on
Erie railroad, nlso for Hawley and local
points, at 7.03 a. ni. and 225 p. m. Trains
niilvo nt Seriiiitnti from above points at
10.23 a. in., and 3.15 and 9.0S p. m.
1-or Philadelphia nnd Now York via D.
,.,, ,:ih Ht tU3 a' '" lll! 12-05, 2.18, 4.27
( !" t,r.l.ani01"1 Express) and 11.30 p. m.
Lor PIHut,,,-, n.1.1 1rt1t. .... ...V .V
111 llirect Ncpt. -JSIIl, 1SU8.
North Hound. South Hound.
J Sllld nations feljLt
l u v 11, r uiArrlve Leave k u
7N. Y Franklins: 741....
.... 7iOVc!it 4'Jnd Mreet .... 7M ....
'700, WeeUanken ... 810....
1 uv up wlArrlv n Leave a w'f mt m
10 15 Gail 15 1 adu'la 8 IC'gi&j 430
10 40 616 109 Hancock S 1G K 'II 4 SI
10 31 e0Tltrff.fi! Starlight 28 2K 4 41
to 21 6 00' 1 16 Vrctton Park 6S! a ai 4 es
;0 13 BM'l2 40 WlnwooU 6 4 if 41 (03
too.) 5I1I2 I'oyntrlle 010 250 c 14
0 50 6 4112 14 Orson HA6 8 6S 5
040 5!UM3 Pleasant Mt. 701 3(8 BSO
9.'.t 520:11 S9 Unlondalo 7 08 3 09 SIH
9, 816 1149 Fores City 7 SO 3 19 641
910 3 00 II 34 caibo Ja'e 7 81 3 34 lit
9 07 457 II FO While Hrldge 7a7,tsss;tR8
9045l'tlU- )la)tleld 74; 1343 801
858 I4llrt Jerinj-n 744 315,6 03
BB3, 44)1118 Archlttdd 750S51B09
8 Mi- 4 40 11 15) Wltlton 7 M 814 t VI
8 40 4 3 11 It 1'rrkvlllo 7 Sfi 3 .", 19
H4.' 4 31 II 07 Olvpliant HIS 401 821
8 40 4 231101 I'rlcrburg 8 04 4 07 est
B 31 4 '11(11 TUroop 8 Do 410, 8 7
8 3V4W1100I rrnrldduce 8 10 4I4U8I
8:i;' 4 it) (1057 park Place h is tt 17 6 3
8 80, 4 15 10 35 t-'CUDtOI) 6 15 4 SO! 6 Bo
t m r u a m Leave Arrive 1 Mir iir w
t. Huiictav only.
f. w'uint3 that trains stop on signal tor pas.
1 raius 2W and sots Sunday only, other trains
rjallv except ;u ,tay.
ecu.ro rates via Ontario a Western before
purchatlny tickets and laro money.
liroiii.-h ajner ounr flreper aod fre re
elUinr chair cat Kew Yorlt to Cnlctro nitkout
sbause. I'ULkcitrrrr llnle-a flcdiircU la
Two CniU 1'er Jlllr.
J.C. Anderson, ain. rati ArU
T, Flltcrott, I) It, Vas, Act,8i:anton, l'a.