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THE SCRANTON TKIBUNE-SATURDAT MORNING, DECEMBER -22, 1894.
SHOWING OFJBIRTEENIB Scranton Company's National Guard Rating Is Near the Top. ONLY ONE COMMAND HIGHER According to the Adjutant General' Re port Company A, of the Thirteenth, Hat an Efficiency Standing Surpassed by but One State Command. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Harrlsbuitr, Dec. 21. A Scranton command, Company A, Thirteenth reg iment, occupies the next highest place in the National Guard, according to the report on the fall Inspections; Company E, FMrst regtiment, standing nrst. From the report of the fall Inspection In the adjutant general's report It ap pears that the following la the figure of efficiency of the several commands: First Brigade. First Troop-Phlladclphla City cavalry, 82.71. Battery A, 89.56. Oray Invlm-lblps, 74.80. State Fenciblrs Battalion-Co. A, 83.80; To. B, 85.14; Co. C, 78.90; Co. D, 7.5; bat talion, 81.94. First Regiment-Co. A, 95.88; Co. B, 95.78; Co. C, 93.90; Co. D, 95.90; Co. K, 97.32; Co. F, 9G.33; Co. G, 95.10; Co. H, 90.55; Co. I, 89.61; Co. K. 95.60; regiment, 95.19. Second Regiment-Co. A, 88.2G; Co. B, W.24; Co. C, 80.87; Co. D, 81.40; Co. E, 88.53; Co. F, 84.98; Co. G, 89.90; Co. H, 85.82; Co. I, M.TO; Co. K, 80.10; regiment, 85.40. Third Regiment-Co. A, 79.04; Co. B, 88.14; Co. C, 76.76; Co. D, 87.98; Co. K, 88.04; Co. F, 81.71; Co. G, 85.37; Co. H, 83.38; regiment, 83.51. Sixth Reglment-C. A, 88.41; Co. B, 90.52; Co. C, 90.29; Co. D, 87.64; Co. F., 80.82; Co. G, 82.05; Co. H, 86.94; Co. I, 87.10; regiment, 86.72. First Battalion State Naval Mllltla Possible general average, 80; Division A, 41.63; Division B, 46.15; battalion, 44.76. Second Drlgade. Sheridan troop, 92.90; Battery D, 88.48; Division A, Second battalion State Naval Xnllitla, 66.04; possible general average, 80. Fifth Regiment-Co. A, 83.66; Co. B, 85.54; Co. C, 83.72; Co. D, 83.67; Co. F, 82.S7; Co. G, 87.24; Co. H, 86.67; Co. I, 85.33; regi ment, 84.89. Tenth Regiment Co. A, 84.78; Co. B, 90.74; Co. C. 82.57; Co. D, 84.09; Co. E, 85.38; Co. H, 86.83; Co. I, 84.26; Co. K, 85; regi ment, 85.45; Fourteenth Regiment Co. A, 73.71; Co. K. 74.16; Co. C. 76.07; Co. E, 65.38; Co. F, 72.38; Co. G, 74.61; Co. I, 73.66; Co. K, 77.45; regiment, 72.73. Fifteenth Regiment Co. A, 82.46; Co. B, 84.15; Co. C, 84.30; Co. D, 82; Co. E, 92.76; Co. F, 91.11; Co. G, 88.93; Co. K, 85.76; regi ment, 86.45. Sixteenth Regiment Co. A, 78.87; Co. C, 86.51; Co. D, 74.93; Co. E, 80.19; Co. F, 75.05; Co. H, 83.48; Co. I, 87.10; Co. K, 71.45; regl. ment, 79.56. Eighteenth Regiment-Co. A, 80.06; Co. E, 87.01; Co. C, 88.56; Co. D, 87.80; Co. E, 82.05; Co. F, 89.41; Co. G, 86.14; Co. H, 88.67; regiment, 86.45. Third Brigade. Governor's troop, 93.92; Battery C, 92.00. Fourth Regiment-Co. A, 88.60; Co. B, 88.21; Co. C, 92.41; Co. V, 91.95; Co. K. 91.86; Co. F, 84.25; .Co. G, 89.79; Co. H, 86.95; regiment, 89.22. Eighth Regiment-Co. A, 75.90; Co. B, 77.91; Co. C, 81.06; Co. D, 84.10; Co. E, 81.01; Co. F, 79.32; Co. G, 83.62; Co. H, 79.95; Co. I, 81.42; Co. K, 82.40; regiment, 80.56. Ninth Regiment Co. A, 76.36;" Co. B, 70.09; Co. C, 69.78; Co. D, 77.77; Co. E, 74.83; Co. F, 75.96; Co. H, 74.10; Co. I, 67.01; regi ment, 72.44. Twelfth Regiment-Co. A. 85.69; Co. B, 85.33; Co. C, 84.51; Co. D, 89.83; Co. E, 89.83! Co. F, 76.74; Co. G, 85.42; Co. H, 87.33; regi ment, 83.59. Thirteenth Regiment-Co. A, 97.16; Co. B, 96.43; Co. C, 96.05: Co. D, 96.87; Co. E, 93.46; Co. F, 93.26; Co. G, 93.94; Co. H, 92.78; regiment, 91.99. From the foregoing the highest com panies appear to be: Co. E, First regi ment, 97.32; Co. A, Thirteenth regiment, 97.16; Co. D, Thirteenth regiment, 96.87; Co. H, First regiment, 96.55; Co. B, Thir teenth regiment, 96.43: Co. F, First regi ment, 96.33; Co. C, Thirteenth regiment, 96.05; Co. D, First regiment, 95.90; Co. A, First regiment, 95.88; Co. B, First regi ment, 95.76; Co. K, First regiment, 95.66; Co. O, First regiment, 96.16; Co. G, Thir teenth regiment, 93.94; Governor's troop, 93.92; Co. C, First regiment, 93.90: Co. K, Thirteenth regiment, 93.40; Co. F, Thir teenth regiment, 93.26; Sheridan troop, 92.90; Co. H, Thirteenth regiment, 92.78; Co. E, Fifteenth regiment, 92.76; Co. C, Fourth regiment, 92.41; Battery C, 92; Co. D, Fourth regiment, 91.95; Co. E, Fourth regiment, 91.86; Co. F, Fifteenth regi ment, 91.11; Co. B, Tenth regiment,- 90.71; Co. B, Sixth regiment, 90.52; Co. C, Sixth regiment, 90.29; Co. B, Second regiment, 90.24. The regimental figure of efficiency is: First regiment, 95.19; Thirteenth regi ment, 94.99; Fourth regiment, 89.22; Sixth regiment, 86.72; Eighteenth regi ment, 86.45; Fifteenth regiment, 86.43; Twelfth regiment, 85.59; Tenth rngt-1 ment, 85.45; Second regiment, 85.40; Fifth regiment, 84.89; Third regiment, 83.61; State Fenclbles battalion, 81.94; Eighth regiment, 80.56; Sixteenth regiment, 79.66; Fourteenth regiment, 72.73; Ninth regi ment, 72.44. y The percentage of attendance at the In spection was 99.04. The entire strength of the guard was 9,007. Of' 'the number 4 of the governor' staff rtere absent, -45 In the First brigade, 25! the Second brig ade, and 12 in the Third brigade. INDUSTRIAL TOPICS. - It is Btaite.dthat 250,000 bicycles have been sold Ji this country this year. In the four years ending June 30 last toils 'country exported net J232,O00,000 coin (and bullion or $58,000,000 per year,' 'Coal shipments by lake from Buffalo were 2,386,405 tons this year, compared With 2,626,037 In 1893 and 2,113,818 In 1892. Representatives of the United Mine (Workers' union will at once begin the work of organising branches of te un ion among ithe anthracite miners of iWllkes-Bajrre and vlolnlty, There is no minora' union In Luzerne county at present, Notice has been posted by the Le high Valley company notifying the em ployes of the Hasleton shops that com- Nature's Rerae dies of ttimes poor ly flatterea by chemical and dan gerous imitations. For five centuries Carlsbad has stood in the role of strength and health-giver, and millions have been cured by the Carlsbad Waters of all sorts and manners of dis eases. The genuine Carlsbad Spru del Salts are , the Carlsbad Water solidified, bottled and plaoed. in every American drug store, to re lieve the public of malassimilation of food, flatulent obesity, catarrh of the stomach; and gives to all a healthy appetite, strong, vigorous fleah, a perfect digestion. Take no imitations. Eisner & Mendel bou Co., Sole Agents, New York. I' menclng Monday next an eight hour a ay oi ro-ur days a week would be worked until further advised. . Carpenters are taking down the old breaker at he Sheharxloah colliery, one of the first erected there, preparatory to erecting; a new one. Most of the miners and' other employes will be Idle until spring. The forty-five mules in the mines have been distributed among the other Reading collieries In the neigh borhood. The Laflln Coal company, whose breaker was burned down at Laflln sev eral days ago, has begun to rebuild the strudture and has about completed the foundation walls. Mr. Culver, the architect, will soon have the plans ready and the contract for the frame will be given out soon. City Treasurer George D. McCreary, who was a member of the Lehigh Val ley stockholders' committee, hus In formed the chairman, Jdhn N. Hutch inson, that as his old business partner, George H. Myers, of Bethlehem, Is a candidate on the management's or regular, ticket, and not desiring to an tagonize him, he will withdraw from the committee. Coal was run through the new Max well breaker at Ashley for the first time on Thursday. The machinery was found to work well. A large number of visitors were present, some of whom were Chartes Parrlsh, E. 11. Lawall, general superintendent of the Lehigh and Wllkes-Barre Coal company; Will iam H. Herring, outside superintend ent; Morgan R. Morgan, Inside superin tendent; William H. Richards, mining engineer, and H. W. Saums, assistant superintendent. Mr. Charles Parrlsh touched the button which set the ma chinery In motion. It ia the largest breaker In this region and the largest shaft In the world. Wllkes-Barre Record: "Israel W. Morris, treasurer of the Lehigh Valley Coal company, was In town yesterday. In speaking of the opposition to the re eledtlon of Mr. Wilbur, he said It was engendered principally by stock brokers who Jiave no Interest in the company. Some of them donU own a cent's worth of stock, and 'their motives are so trans parent that theJr blow and bluster de ceives no one. Mr. Wilbur will be re elected easly, as he will undoubtedly receive a majority vote of the entire capital stock about 800,000 shares. Mr. Morris has been connected with the company for years and is one of the brainiest and most upright of the entire staff entrusted with its direction." Shipments of anthracite coal for the week ended Dec. 15, according to figures compiled by the Bureau of Anthracite Coal Statistics, show that the restrict ing policy agreed upon by the various Interests has not been closely followed, as th'e total mined was 878,362 tons, a decrease compared with the same week last year of only 10,145 tons. There is nadhiing significant in this, however, as the mines In, the Lehigh and Wyoming regions will suspend operations today for the remainder of the year, and the Reading may do likewise, though at this writing nothing definite has been decided upon Jn the latter case. It Is probable, therefore, thait the agreed output for December about 2,600,000 tons will not be largely exceeded. Shamokln Dispatch: "The Scranton and Wllkes-Barre capitalists who are about to establish a plant for produc ing electric power from culm or refuse anthracite coal, 'think they have a sutv money maker, and we hope they have. If their plan succeeds they will be do ing a great good, not only to them selves "but to everybody in Pennsyl vania as well. Their plan of generat ing power to send to New York and Philadelphia and complete with the electric power houses In those oltles may seem chimerical and may come to' nothing, but that they can supply eleo trlo power to the noarhv tmvna nn.i cKIes reasonable. If they do nothing more prontably than clean tip the vast piles of culm now going to waste they will be doing a good thing." The Maxwell breaker, lust by the Lehigh and Wllkes-Barre Coal company at Ashley, Is, 170 feet high and In length is 173 feetio Inches, while na greatest wiurn at the back, extend ing the whole width f ithA rhurua lu I'll feet. From the front of the breaker back 26 feet the width Is 25 feet 6 Inches, and then for 74 feet It is 49 fet 6 Inches, and the remaining 74 feet It Is 121 feet wide. In the breaker there are fifteen screens. seven pairs of rollers, one pair of elevators 90 fW.t ihi4i i.. of 34feet high, and two scraper lines, "yit m reel long, This massive break er has a capacity of 4,000 tons per day and 1,000 tons of nreDared stored In its chutes. The Interior Is strewn -with electric buttons, by which tire macmnery can be stopped In an Instant by signalling the engineer. It required over 3 000 feet of wlrA it strtm plete the circuit. There are also seven teen hose connections to guard against fire. The shaft,' which will furnish th coal to the breaker Is 14 by CO feet. wnicn allows for the use of four car riages. Two of these will hoist from the Baltimore and two from the Hed Ash veins. The Baltimore, vein Is tlready reached at a distance nf r.r,n font unn the shaft to the Ited Ash Is down 800 feet of the proposed 1,000 feet. The shaft is timbered with the best Georgia pine which was Shipped directly from Georgia and Florida. The work of sinning tne shaft has been going on for upwards of two years anrl la hMn done by Davey & Wasley. This break er ana mine win give employment to about 1,500 men and it Is thought It will begin full operations about April 1, Buffalo Stock Market. By the United Press. Buffalo, Deo. 21.-Cattle-Recelptfl, 1:500 head: on sale. 80 h.,i- -i,,., j steady to a shade firmer, closed with sales ui pnino mi iiRiier at vj.w; choice Christ mas steers. 13.GOaS.7n! muHinm ... ? -r a4.25; fat steers and heifers. IS.25a8.3Tr old to good fat cows, 1.75a3; bulls, 12 50a 2.85. Hog-Recelpts, 22,950 head; on sale, 11,500 head; market opened steady for good heavy grados, but 10c. lower for iumn una pigs, cioseu mm and 5c. lower with 20 loads unsold of all kinds: York ers. 14.25u4.SO: nltrs and Vn.bo.. i.i 14.80a4.35; good mediums, 14.15a4.40; mixed packers, U6 good to choice heavy, 4.46a4.50; roughs, 13.50a8.75; stags, I3a3.50. Sheep and Lambs-Receipts, 16,200 head; ui, m,uuu iimu, marvel opened Oemor- miru Him tuny mc. lower, closed dull from 85 to 40 loads unsold; good lambs 13.25a3.40; choice, 18.50al.75; few extrua higher; common to fair, 12.75a8; fat mixed sheep, 12.2da2.50; common to fair, 1175a2 exoort Wflthara. tft.7&fl4. m.wm t'juqrn. sales at Ha4.10 for few Canada lambs'; one lima exira ai it.ao; Canada sheep, prime. 13.50a3.86. ' Chicago Stock Market. By the United Press. ITnlon Stock Yards, 111,, Pec. 21,-Cattle Receipts, 6,500 head; 'market strong; common to extra steers, 2.90a(l.75; Block ers and feeders, I2a3.40; cows and bulls, $1.25a.40; oalves, 12a6. Hogs Receipts, 21,000 head; market for good grades strong, others weak; heavy, 14.S0a4.t6; common to choice mixed, t4.10u4.5O; nholco assorted, 14.25a4.35; light, 13.90a4.20; pigs, 12.25a3.S0. Sheep-Ileoelpts. 8,10 head; market weuki Inferior to choice. 11. 35a 3.40; lambs, 12.2t.u4. , , i Santa Clans couldn't make a wiser choice o( a gift for his little friends than to present them those funny, droll and mirth-commanding "Queer People." All parts can now be had at The Trlbuns business oftics, CTAfira ivit nntrnbi 1 oivvno Aim DUiiliiV By the United Press. ' New York. Dec. 21. Trading at the aiocK Exchange today was without special feature. The transactions were light and amounted to 163,626 shares, of which Sugar figured sr 66,900 shares, and Reading for 20,000. Market Irregu lar, but the fact that the heavy engage ment of gold for shipment to Europe on Saturday did not lead to liquidations rather encouraged those operating for higher prices. Washine-ton newa wan also considered favqrable, it being scatea tnat there will be no tariff legis lation this session, and that there can be no tinkering with the finances for some time to come. Sugar was weak In the early trading, but later on there was good buying and the stock ad vanced from SD',4 to 81 Chicago Gas ranged between 714 and 71. Reading was decidedly strong, rising to 16. A report was current to the effect that the Olcott plan will be modified in favor of the Junior security holders. Speculation closed firm. Net changes show gains of Vfcalft per cent, Reading leading. The range of today's prices for the ac tive stocks of the New York stock mar ket are given below. The quotations are furnished Tha THinino hv n .in n nim. mlck, manager for William Linn, Allen & o., biock oroaers, 413 spruce street, Scranton. Yes. Op'n- High- Low- Clos Clos. lug. est. est. lng. A. M. T 90 Wi A. T. & 8. P.. 4ri 414 4 . 434 4 A. 8. H. C 90 90i 0(i,i 89i4 C. M. & 8. P.. BW4 (Mil MU. m r,xu C, R. I. & P., 6 B2VA 62V4 62'4 C, H. & Q 71 71 7U4 71 71 C. & N. W 98 97 98i4 97 98 C. C. C. & 8. I. aii a u s 9i..; Can. South.... 50'i - COW 51 60 50 i-nes. & u 17 17T4 174 17'4 17V4 D. C. K. Co.... 9,6 9 ,9 874 !4 D. & H va'M l?i;u. iinii i9u. iini. (Jen. Elec S5V 35 85 34 31 jeraey ijeni... ic" sola 93 ViYj 3 L. & N 63 53i IV.'t 63Vj 53 Lake Shore.. .137 137'i 137 137 137ft Man. Klo luf lufi 1115 101 1(W Mo. Pac 27 2714 2714 26 26 Nat. Lead 38 38 ' 38 38 ' 38 Nat. Cord 7 8 8V4 8 8'4 New Enc Si3 ! 32V. 32, N.' Y. C 99 Ii4 99 99i 99 Ont. & West.. 15 15'4 15 15 r,', P. & R 14 14 10 14 ' 5 Tex. l'nn !. . all fiti. Union Pac... 11' 12 12 12 11! W. t B. 1j IT .... 13 13 13 13 W. Union 87 . 86 87 ' 86 87 CHICAGO BOARD OP TRADE PRICES. Op'n- High- Low- Clos- WHEAT. ing. est. est. lng. May 68 58 58 58 December 63 63 63 63 OATS. May 32 32 31 31 December 29 29 29 29 January 29 29 28 28 CORN. May 49 49 48i" W4 December 45 45 45 45 January 46 40 40 40 LARD. May ." 7.02 7.02 . 7.00 7.00 January (1.80 6.S0 6.75 6.77 PORK. May 12.05 12.05 11.96 11.90 January 11.70 11.70 11.07 11.07 Scranton Board of Truda Exchange tatlons, No. Par Shs. Val. . ma, 10 100 Scranton Packing Co .... 10 50 Providence & Abing- ton Turnpike 75 20 100 Scranton Glass Co 6 100 Trayers' Nat'l Rank 110 1 10O0 Mt.Jessup Coal Co.. 500 10 60 Moosic Mounfn Coal fio CO 50 liaeka. & Montrose Quo- Ask 120 60 50 375 "io '. 25 100 600 600 C3 "75 20 100 100 100 250 Rullroad 10 100, 8c 25 ( Tl 10 l'A VI 10 100i Scra'n Savlncs Rank 2M Third Nat'l Bank.... 300 lrst Nat'l Bank uuu 400 50 Rcranton Trac. Co 30 100 Walker Automatic & Steam Coupler Co. 78 100 Allegheny l.um'r Co 5 BOO Scranton Glass Co. (UondH) 7 COO Stevons Coal Com'y (Bonds) 2 100 Scra'n Jar and Stop per Co 20 60 Dime Dep. & Dls. Bank 62 60 1 100 Rcranton Axlo Works .... 20 100 National Boring an Drilling Co 20 100 Econ'my Light, Heat and Power Co 4 25 Crystal Lake Water Co 00 100 100 Laeka. Lumber Co... UO 69 luo Cent. Penn. Tel. & Supply Co CO 100 Spring Brook Water Co C 100 First Natlonul Bank (Carbondule) 5 100 Lat ka. Trust & Safe Deposit Co 135 15 100 Scranton Redding Co 30 luo Bonla Glass Co 103 20 New York Produco Marker By the United Press. New York. I)pc. 21 -rimi.-wir Wheat Moderatelv active, l.iwpr' a..,ir No. 2 red storo and elevator, 69a59c.; anoai, unyiwi-hc.: r. 0. b 00alc.j un graded red, 67aU4c; No. 1 northern, 68c.; otitlona weak at i.iii,,v ilnniim.. lu, 69c; February, oc; March, Clo.'; may, icvie.; june, u'in.; July, C2c.; De cember, 59c.Corn Dull, easier; No. 2, 52a54r. elevator: 63o5oc. alloat; steamer mixed, 49c; No. 8, 48c; options were weak at Uullc. ilru'lln! I tomli., to., . January. Olc. : fc'phriinrv. fiiK. ' u ' 52c. Oats Dull, easier; options dull, lower; ueoemoer, 33c.j Junuary, 34c; February, 34c; May, 80c; spot prices, No. 2. 83C; No. 2 white, 88a38c; No. 2 Chicago, 84c; No. 3, 33c; No. 8 white, 37o,; mixed western, 84a3oc; white do., 38a41c; white state, 38a41c. Baefrr: uiin. jierceu unci yuiei.. (Jul .Mf'UU DlllL l.Orrl Olllnt. C AHHIoI" tva,t,,n, steum, 17.12; city, c.j December, 17.10, nominul; January, 17.12, nominal; refined, quitti; continent, 7.M; Houth America, 17.80; compound, 5a5c. Pork Steady, better demand; men,- H3.20al8.75; extra prime, nominal, Butter Quiet, easy; stale dairy, 10a20c.j do, creamery, 17a22c; Pennsylvania do., 17a22c; western dairy, 10al5c. : do. creamerv. l2n1do Juno ni-aini. ery, I5a21c. Cheese Dull, steady; state large, nauKe.j uo. tancy colored, 1H4cj do. white, 10alla; do. small, 9al2c,; nart flklmn. UWiyt full nltlma ik.an Errs yulot, steady; state and Pennsyl vania, siyfeazzc; reingeraior, 14ttlc; western fresh, 21c; do. per case, 2a3.50j southern, 18a20o.; limed, 13al3o. Philadelphia Tallow Market. By the United Press. Philadelphia ,Dec. 21. Tollow Is steady and quiet. We quote: City prime In hhds, 4a4o.;. country, prime, In bbls, 4c; country, dark, In bbls, 4a4c; cakes, Co.; grease, 4c. Oil Market. By the United press. Pittsburg, Dec. 21. Oil ofened and high est, 90c.; lowest and cloBed, 95c. CHARLES B. KEEN & CO, STOCKBROKERS, 38 S. Third St., PHILADELPHIA. Established lu IKA2. Btorks and bonds bought, old snd curried on marglu, Refer by ptrinlsaion to J. H. Mlrheiirr, Pres. Hank of North America, CM. Banes, Pres. Mrket St. National Bank. 11.11. Dechert, Pres. Commonwealth Trust Co. SALESMEN WANTED to sell Pennsylvania grown' Nursery stock, which is tlio host In tlio world. All the new specialties as wull aa the standard Tmritlji of KriiitH and Ornamentals. A line outfit fur nished and Money advanced for traveling ex penaea, Salary datua from the day work Is u'jiumenwd Write for terms, HOOPE9, BRO. A THOMAS, Maple Avenue Nurseries, W. Chester, Pa. 01 CENT A Word. . WANTS OF ALL KINDB COST THAT MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT 18 MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS THAN 26 CENTS. THIS RULE, AP PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH ARB INSERTED FREE. Poor taxes Are Due. ALL UNPAID JANUARY 1, UOi. WILL be collected with coats. An JA WILL'AMS, Collector. Agents Wanted. SOLICITORS - BIO MONEY TO GOOD .uuu. . Hill lly JW IU WriLO 1UB CW- curit.y Trust and investment Co., McOraw ill Vrmr lrw..U,., nENEKAL AGENTS WANTED -SELL Ing new ai tides to dealers; exclusive ter Ji'ory, no competition, no capital required: -yw w wjwi vein,. ,ruiii,. lujuuuw vuemicai Cft. HU lllUll.)vt.(l Of ,hl..a,.n 111 CAI.PRMirW WAWiTpn TXT 11 l) ti nt'o ialtjr advertising subscription book, gun, bicycle, snorting gooJs and buggy depart- BBADLEV, 6E. Sixteenth street, New York. rpo MAKE BIG MONEY SELLINtt OUR A Electric Telephone. Best seller on earth. Runt nil ,mitlu(. .Q.,l,, A .... 11 -. distance. oractieal Electric TUnhnn Our ag-ents ma iug S to $lu a day easy. Everybody buys; Bit monoy without work. Pricei Low., Anyone can make f 75 per month. Address W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 11, Columbus, O. AGENT WANTED EVERYWHERE TO sell the latest aluminum novoltien, enor mous profits, sells at eight, delivered free, se cure territory. Sample in velvet liued case with full Information, 10a. Catalogue free, haminum JNovelty Co., 835 Broadway, New ANTKD.'- ACTIVE SALESMEN TO handle our line, no peddling. Salarv, 1,5 por month and expenses paid to all. Goods entirely now. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, 5308, Boston, Mass. Help Wanted-Male. MElffN'TiVEliYTl poaltlon. Good pay. Experience unneo essary. Cbaatauqua A'ursery Co., Portland, N. Y. WANTEU GOOD BOLICITORTO SOLICIT . printing trade of Scranton and vi- cinUy. Apply to J., Tribune office. WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOOK Mnviuaii sitilKsua K la .t mii - -s. nuuiw A. U.i twi g AT1UUI1V office, Scranton, Pa. r lOR RENT FURNISHED AND UNJUR- iiwuuu rooms ai ouo iacxawanna avenue. TOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WE8T A. I .'ir )r attar an n auAnnak A ).!- fpurkVl a u E. EVAN8, aear im Luzerne, Hyd Park. "POB RENT-NICELY FUHNIBHED HALL 1 aiiltnl.lA 1. . ' T-,wtv m M iN, 119 Wyoming oveuue. For Sale. . M. II it Mitnanv svaniia l.A4.nn Vt Tr i 1 , -v vmuc, ucvn i-oii it sj w sura . B..mMl iwm w uuuu, wui ami reasonablw: warm, planked bouse. Loa HALE SAMPLE PIANO. USED FIVE X mnfithu Rial,..'. .... ....... , u must be 1 so d regardless of cost: can be seen as . ... nuuuuia, doom lownsnip, near Jr man s farm. Special Notices. 1 AM NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH EX- I lnliitli.na nt.,1 lu.,,..u .. . a. Hired. These exhibitiona will be Illustrated, having lu tny possession the moat powerful dissolving stereoptieons made. t n. UAL.L, Tribune Office. VOU WANT THIS RELIC - REPRINT X Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War Illustrations HHH-lBUi. Two Volume Kollo, 1111.50; payable monthly, t2.dk Dl xpross complete, Prepaid. Addiess P. d aiwui, em uioaon atroei, Hcranton, fa. BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA KilUM. etc.. bonnd or riilwiitnil ml Tub Thibunk othce. . guiok work. Reasonable prices. MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144 corner Sururo street and Franklin av- nue. Twenty meal tickets for $4.50. Good isuie ooaru. . Sealed Proposals k uBivou ai me oinre 01 ins Brrnntoti BoarU of Health until Saturday, Dee. W, im, at 12 o'clock, for furnlttioir pea coal delivered at the crematory; the rontractto continue from Jan. 1, IHi'5. to April 1, MM. The board will , 1. . A u.,uaAn iwAn.u - .1 , 1. i .... . month, and reserve the right to reject any or nil bids. WALTErt BRIGUS. Korretarv. Real Estate. I ? A AluifTxCHTNtficDR J houses ex'hauged for farms. R ER NEST COMKUYS, Real Estate Agent, I2B Washington, Price Buikllug. . Lost. LOST-A SATCHEL WAS LOST LAST eveflhm between the P.. L. A W. dennt and tha residence of Vajor Everett Warren nn Madison avouue. The finder will be re- warded by returning It to Mr. Warren. Strayed, - STKAVliD-bLACK MAKE, KOUR WUTTE feet with star forehead, think in noiirh. borhood of Throop. Return to PR, C. W. auabs, i.inuon street, ucrantou. Ii STRAYED TO MY PkEMIBES A LIVER J color Better do: white snot on forohnad and breast. The owner can have same by pay ing cost JOHN JUHU, William street. ', Charter Application. TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF J. Lackawanna county; No. SM, January term, A. U.. leV.V ' Notius la hereby given that an application will be made to the said court on baturday, Dec '., A. I)., IW, at t a. m.. under the act of assembly approved April S), 1874, and the supplements thereto, by George W. Keys. R. A. Marshall. John W. Jackson, O. W. Ball and W. H. Johns jo for thenliarter of an intended corporation to be called the "Oriental Noclal Club," the character and ob ject of which Is for the purpose of social enjoyment and the literary improvement of tne meuibei's and for tlxad purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the righto, beueftta and privileges conferred by the said act and its Lupplemptita . '1 lie said charter Is now on file In the office of the prolhouotary of Laokawanns county to the above term and number. - FRED W. FLEITZ, Solicitor. Legal. NOT1CE.-NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN thutal a Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peaee. In and fur the county of Lacka wanna, begun Oct 9, 1SV4, tha undersigned commissioners were appointed to inquire luto the propriety of dividing the First ward of the Borough at Olyphant luto two wards. Said cointnlseionnrs will hold their first moetimg at Duvid R. Davis' Hull, In laid Bir ougb of Olyphant, on Saturday morning, the 5th day of January, 1895, at I) o'clock, at which time and place all parsons Interested may at tend aad be heard. FRED, W. FLEITZ, J. D. BVANH. ' , , A, B, DUNNING, Jr., ' - Com- lsaloners. ' ,' Situations Wsotsd. WANTEDPOBITfoN AS BTENOORA pher or any kind of office work by a young man of experience. Address U M., Tribune ufllce. Y OUNO MAN fit) DEsTrES POSITION IN drntlatrvi three yeart experteno aa drug clerk; can furnish referenoe. Addrtaa A, Tribune olline. . , , 1 ItTITlTlflU U k XT T r.' T . A. LI nl Ctiv , El - mf klmi nf wnrlr 41iMk m maI be made, F. B., Box M. Montroae. fa, SITUATION WANTED IN MEAT BU8I ueM, by an experiennod young man, sobsr and reliable; will board with employer, If necessary, and furnish neat of references, Address A. B., 1 ribuue olllre; CITUATION WANTED, BY AN JNTELLI O pent young man, 91 years of kgo; fair ed ucation; wall acquainted with olty and undar. atanda Uorsasi nod reterenoea. Address WIL LIE 0., cars Tribune. . For RnL INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS FOR THE The five followinc numbers a tint firMrct Val We offer them at the following ; NO. I go doz. Fine Lawn, NO. 2. 40 doz. Pure Linen, hem-stitched, full size for gentlemen, 25c. each; very fine letter. NO. 3. 40 doz. Pure Linen, hem-stitched,in ladies' size, 25c. each, or $1.35 for box of lt doz. NO. 4. 100 doz. Jap; Silk, hem-stitched, size adapted for either ladies' or men's Use. The greatest handkerchief bargain ever offered in Scranton. 29c. each,or $1:50 for y2 doz. NO. 5. 50 doz. Jap. Silk, large size, for men's ue, or for ladies' mufflers, 48c, worth 75c. Every letter represented in above lots. . CONNOLLY i Better Beddins Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here in FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. BEST AND E. ill's LAGER BEER BREWERY. llannfscturera of tos Celebrated PILSENER LAGER BEER CAPACITY: (00,000 Barrels per Annum RESTORES VITALITY. Mada a 1st Day, Well Mar i8tbD.f of Me. THB GREAT 8oth hay. . r a -r produce! tha above remits IntSO dnyi. It acb fowarf ully and qnlckly. Onraa wbta all otban fail Vounf man will ragala thalr loat manboad, and eld man will tecorar their youtblul vuor bjr ualni ItKTIVO. It quickly and aurely reatoraa Nervoua naaa, Loat Vitality, Impotcney, Nightly EmlMlom, Lost Power, Falling Memory, Waiting Olaeaaaa, and all offeota ot aalt-abuaa or eicaaa and lndlacratlon wblcb unnta ona for atudy, bndneaa or marrlaf e. It not only curaa by starting at tba teal of dlwaaa, but la a t raai nerva tonlo and blood builder, bring Ins back tba pink glow to pals ehawka aad ra toring tba firs of youth. It warda off Inunlty and ContumDtlon. lulit on baring REVIVO. nc other. It oan be carried la ml pooket. By nail V 1.00 per package, or tlx (or U5.00, with s poal tire written guarantee to cars or flout the money. Circular tree. Addrtaa 0YAL MEDICINE CO.. S3 River St., CHICAGO, I LI Wom sals ky Matthews Bros.. Drala teraatoa . fa. PKITfB HH0X C0, Ino'p. Capital, 11 flM KEBT 1.50 8HOH IN TUB WORLD. "A illar asetd it a dollar nuA." Thlatadlre' Solid French Dongola Kid Bat toa Boot delivered free anywhere In the 0., oa rvaeip vi uh, mwunj , or foetal Note for tl.tO. Kqiiale erery way the boot old la alt retail atorea for S2.60. . We Bake tbU boot onraerrea, therefore we guar anUt the I, ttyU aad veer, and If any one la sot aaileAea win raiuaa mm eioaey aend another pair. Opera Toe or Con mot Bona, C, D.B.KIK. 1 to I and halt ilaaa. Stndyovriim will mi yea. luunraiea Cala logue PRCC Dexter Shoe Co., FEDERAL ST., BOSTON. MASS. Bpial frrvw It JJiaUr: CALL UP 3682. I v CO. OILS.. VINEGAR AND CIDER. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, 141 TO 151 MERIDIAN STREET M. W. COLLINS, M'g'r. ROOF TINNING UNO SOLDERING A1! 5,?S'ftway wl,h hY hart MAN'S PATKNT PAINT. Which oomlats of tnfrredlonts well-known to all. It can be applied to tin, galvanised tin, sheet Iron roofs, also to brluk dwellnga, which will prevent absolutely any crumbling, crack Ing; or breaking of the brink. It will out hut tinning of any kind by many years, and It s coat does not exoeed ons-flfth that of tha oout of tinning. Is sold by tha iok or pound. Contract taken by ANTONIO HAKTMAJ4N, (! Biroh It. LadlQsWho Valuo A nflsed oomplexlon mast uee Poaonl'g der. It prodnaes s soft sod beautiful akin. WW. .-. way mm Jrll, mrw n r. a, '1 IMBIiarf 1W"V" 111 CUT PRICES: hem - stitched, put up 14 doz. in & WALLACE bcranton by the CHEAPEST IRON BEDS. TO OUR aV IB Whtrui iCi uritjy- Cu, wiHIi to asaurc tkef r tnuaj pat rons that they will this year hold to their usual custom ot milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop la fully cured. New wheat Is now upon the market, and owing to the excessively dry weather many millers are of the opinion that it is already cured, and in proper condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will take no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully three months to mature before grinding. This careful attention to every detail of milliag has placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above other brands. MEGARGEL Wholesale Agents. We have the following supplies of lumber secured, at prices that warrant us in expecting a large share of the trade : ., Pacific CoaBt Red Cedar Shingles. "Victor" and other Michigan Brands of White Pine and White Cedsr Shingles, Michigan White and Norway Pine Lum ber and BUI Timber. North Carolina Short and Long Leaf : Yellow Pine. Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Rails, Mine Ties, Mine Props and Mine Supplies in general. THE RICHARDS LUMBER COMPANY COMMONWEALTH BUILDING, SCRANTON, PA. SHAW, EMERSON, KRAKAUER, NEW ENGLAND, ERIE, III II , ; 4-LAWRENCE STELLE, Music Dealer, 134 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, EVERY WOMAN ' lonsttsias aasda a rallabW, nasthlr, ranUUai roadloiaa. Only hanalaaa (& lbs f anat drug ahautt M Slid. Iff au waal las bait, tat , Dr. Poarc Pennyroyal Pills Tsar an prwapt, aaf a ml wrtain la raaall Tka aaaala (Dr. Faal'a) aat lawa aoUL eaatM"Brs,l.0Q. Addraa, fu.Msawiss0M CITaUaa,0, .. For Salaby JOHN H. PHELPS, Spruoe Street, Scranton, Pa. for lals fey ft K. HABIU. UranUk , - : Wallace HOLIDAY TRADE t,1 1,4..' a box. Price, izc . a haxl 209 Wington Ave. - -a-wwasa a IWWsllMi, Carpets Cleaned. Feathers Renovated. . ? ; IN THE CITY. 4 PATRON? J - M 4 Juniata County, Pennsylvania, Whit Oak. Sullivan County Hemlock Lumber and Lath. Tioga County Dry Hemlock ' Stock Boards. ... Elk County Dry Hemlock Joists and Studding. fCLOUGH 4 WARREN, carpenter, Waterloo, CROWN, i PALACE, Pharmacist, Cor. Wyoming Avenue an , 1 . ( 1 J '", '' -' I 11 mm t .. J .. i GONNELL RESTORED MANHOO 1 dr. iaom' BUTIBTHI, PILLS Ml fsua Atb.u. T T,rwtraidr forMrroa, prottrauon acd allonroudHMi or M'lha f onorauto orfaaa ot alUiar HI iuik n Kro f nutratlfco. ll liif ar Lotl alaaaaod, Impouney, Nlfhtij KailiiaioM.ynuUifvl Srrorv A Wantal Woitt, txoeMlva ot TbaooorOplamDKblaaaloCan' aunuBtloB and luanlt. W1U1 aran S)a ord.r wa alia a wHiun aaary