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THE RCRANTON TRIBUNE FfilD AIT MORNING. - JANUARY 18, 1895.
TWO BOTTLES CURED !
Cause of the Widespread Demand for
Paine's Celery Compound.
(otinolly Sc Wallace
THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS
fiesultof the East Sldo Caucus Another
New Industry-l'lcasuut Surprise
Party-Colliery Accidents Little
Locals of Interest.
TALES OF TWO PITTSTONS
News of Interest to Headers Up and
Down the Valley.
the guest , or MI3s Katie Neavln, of
Chapel street.
Miss Teressa Mac Donahough, of
Dunmore, Is visiting friends In town.
Guy and William Baird and James
Bryden, bf Dunmore, were visitors in
the city yesterday.
John Miles and his sister, Katie, of
Syracuse, N. Y., who have been visiting
friends in Upper Plttston, returned
home yesterday.
Miss Katie McHugh and Miss Maggie
Kearney, of Dunmore, are visiting
friends' at the junction.
Citizens' caucus at Macken's hall,
Exeter borough, tomorrow (Friday)
evening at-7.30.
RONEY NOMINATED.
ill
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Pttitston, Pa., Jan. 17. Another new
Industry murks the event of our new
city. John Tolan, of Scranton, has
leased Uihe long vwnnt building on
North Main street belonging to thu
Michael Reap estate, and Is nttinfr it
throughout with ithe datest (Improved
machinery for manufacturing the
screen known tto coal men as the jac
ket screen, or segment. Heretofore
operators using this screen have been
obliged 'to strip the wire from the
frames and ship them to Wilkes-Barre
or Scranton for re-wlrlng. Mr. Tolan
lias had a large experience in his busi
ness and with a 'thoroughly competent
force of workmen will in a few days
be prepared to turn out a large num
tier of new screens, in addition to work
ut 're-wiring.
The Hopubllcan city convention was
held at City ihall, on the Kast Side, at
8 o'clock this evening. John SI. Jones
was made permanent chairman, and T.
OP. -Major, jr., und Kdward It. Kvans,
were chosen as secretaries. The can
didates placed In nomination were as
(follows: For mayor, Dr. C. J. Bar
rett; controller, John Novell; city treas
urer, William Abbott; city assessors,
William Drury, Stanley Crooks nd
Jefferson Reed.
Mrs. James O'Onnncll, of Market
street, died this evening, aged 70 years.
tShe wan mother of Mrs. M. W. O'Boyle;
Mrs. Thomas Mangan, and Mrs. Kd
ward Haggerty. Funeral Saturday at
9 o'clock a. jn. Interment In Market
Street cemetery.
Daniel Sully will appear In "O'Nell,
of Washington," on the boards of
Music Hall tomorrow evening.
A pleasant surprise party was 'ten
dered Miss Bertha Rozelle last even
ing alt 'her home on Montgomery street.
(Many pleasant pastimes were indulged
In, after which an excellent repast was
nerved. Among the happy throng
were: -Messrs. George Kvans, Chanles
Kirby, Henry Kuchell, Harry Hanes,
John Fear, John Ryan, Robert Chap
man, PKtaton; and A. Guy Balrd, of
Dunmore. The iladies in attendance
were Miss Bessie Fear, Miss Sadie Jop
ling, Miss Kate Shrank, Miss Anna
Gallagher, Miss Nellie Owens and Miss
Kate Moyer.
The Plttston office of 'the Pennsylva
nia Coal company was draped In
mourning In respect .to the laite presi
dent of 'the Krle and Wyoming Valley
Railroad company, John B. Smith.
A prominent Pole, named Stephen
Shoe, was instantly killed at the Hall
Ptead colliery, Duryea, this morning
ot 10.30 o'clock. He had been employed
at the Hallstead mine for. about nine
years. . . . ...
Stephen Poliskie, a Polander em
ployed at the Exeter colliery, was ad
mitted to the hospital this morning.
He Is suffering from a fractured leg,
the result of a fall of rock.
Without warning a fail of rock at
the new shaft of the Newton Coal
company, located at the junction,
struck Lewis Jones, of Sebastopol. on
the head, causing a compound frac
ture. Mr. Jnnes's-wndltion Is not con
sidered serious. He was admitted to
the hospital for treatment.
The marriage of Mss Laura Court
right to James Campbell took place at
the home of the bride's parents, last
evening. Rev. K. H. Stewart officiating.
Mr. Campbell Is a faithful and much
respected employe of the Lehigh Vulley
Railroad company. The happy couple
received many beautiful and useful
presents. About forty guests attend
d the reception given the bride and
groom following the ceremony. Among
the many guests from out of town were:
Mr. and .Mrs. L. M. Hook, Miss Mabel
Hook, and Mrs. Harding, of Avoca.
A mysterious organization known as
the "Indians" visits the Junction and
In said to have a Inrge membership.
Their object Is purely social, as will be
manifested by their appearance In a
body at a masquerade ball Friday
evening, Jan. 35, at St. James' hall.
All regular subscriptions for the
Scranton Tribune will be received at
our local office. No. 8 South Main street.
Mrs. D. H. Cruser, of Wllkes-liarre,
5s spending the day with .the family of
U. .3 Cruser, on Wyoming avenue.
Tommle Burke, fireman on the Le
high Valley, Is seriously III of the grip.
Mrs. Thomas Murphy and her
mother, Mrs. John Curry, were visitors
In Wllkes-Barre today.
Mrs. James Jordan, of Olyphant, is
Visiting friends at the Junction.
A new daughter arrived this morning
nt the home of our uptown druggist,
Charles Waters. Charlie Is greatly
elated.
W. E. Thomas and wife were some
what disturbed In .their pleasure ride
this' afternoon. While rmindlug the
bend In the road below West Plttston
their cutter became suddenly over
turned. The frightened horse ran. up
Wyoming avenue down Luzerne and
across the bridge to Main street, where
he was stopped by Kdward Frltzpnt
rlck and returned it to Its owner. No
BerlouH damage resulted.
Miss Barbara Miller, of the upper
end, has been confined to the house for
the past, few days with the prevalent
malady, grip.
Thomas Taylor, of Dunmore, was o
Visitor in town yesterday.
Andrew Bedford, superintendent of
the milk trafllc on the Lehigh Valley
railroad, was In itown on business this
afternoon, ,
Miss Lizzie Gerrlty, of Ledgerdale, Is
THE PRODUCTIONof.aTONIC
EQUAL in BLOOD andFLESH
PRODUCING QUALITIES, TO
CHE GENUINE
JoiAnniioFF
HALT EXTRACT.
iOOKfOS SIGNATURE
on neck
Chosen for Receiver of Tuxes at Repub
lican Convention.
By the United Tress.
Philadeplhla, Jan. 17. William J.
Roney was unanimously nominated for
receiver of taxes this morning at a
Republican convention held In the
Winter Circus building. Mr. Roney
was recently elected by city councils
to the ofllce, It having been made va
cant by the death of Captain John Tay
ler. Councils elected Roney upon the
legal authority of City Solicitor War
wick, who is now the Republican
mayoralty candidate.
The right of council to fill the va
cancy being questioned and the fact
that the Democrats yesterday nomi
nated a candidate for the ofllce to be
voted for at the February election, com
pelled the Republicans to formally
nominate Mr. Roney, who was chief
clerk under Captain Taylor. The candi
date elected will fill the unexpired term
of one year,
CITIZENS SEE SIGNS.
llrilliunt Segment of a Circle Seen Outside
of Two Suudogs.
By the United Press.
Clinton,'. Is., Jan. 17. For several
hours today, nearly directly overhead,
appeared a brilliant segment of a cir
cle convex toward the sun and north of
It several dugrees.
In addition two bright "sundogs" ap
peared east and west of the sun and
much nearer to it, the brilliant circle
being far outside and to the north of
the circle of which the "sundogs"
formed a part. The unusual object was
of very bright colors.
INDUSTRIAL TOPICS.
T!ie cr.iilerles of the Lehigh Valley
system suspended operations yesterday
f'ir the balance of the week.
The Lehigh Coal and Navigation com
pany's collieries in Carbon county have
beer, closed since Monday evening f jr
want of cars.
It is understood that the net earnings
of the Wllkes-Barre and Eastern rail
road since Oct. 1 will probably exceed
$.VJ,0GC. or considerably in excess of Its
fixed charges.
General Superintendent Miller, of the
Pennsylvania lines. In an interview at
Indianapolis, said a two-cent passenger
rate Is inevitable, and when It' comes
It will be permanent.
The Central Railroad company has
adapted a new lantern frame to be
used for red lights. It Is known as he
Uuby standard copper frame. Any em
ploye tisii'g the frame for a white light
Is liable to be suspended.
Frederick H. Horlacher, of Mauch
Chunk, txpeets to get a fortune out of
a coal c'lrt bank that has accumulated
on his property at Welsport, Carbon
county, having been washed down by
th'j Ltiiigh river from the mines. Ha
purchased a washer and gets about
110 tons of pea coal dally which he s.'Ms
Jt $1 a ton. He thinks there are 30,000
tons of coal In the pile.
Miners In the Schuylkill region ara
Incensed over an expected notice of tlv
Reading Coal company that 25 cents
n month will be added to the amount
deducted each month ns payment to
the bineflclul fund, and that 2 cen.s
will be charged for each tool sharp
ened. The ofticials deny that the order
will be issued, but the men claim to
have heard from a good source that It
is contemplated.
The Allentown and Bethlehem Rapid
Transit ttofipany's electric road, with
ilr) twenty miles of lines, has been form
ally merited Into the Allentown and
Lehigh Valley Traction company,
owned by Congressman Tom L. john
rji and his brother, Albert L. Johnson.
Tnc combined system now reaches nine
teen d fferent towns and villages, and
thu lines will be extended to a numiier
of towns along the East Pennsylvania
r.iil.-oad In the direction of Reading.
The capital of the combined compa
nies Is ROuO.OOu.
Thti ofllclals at some of the colller'os
near if.u'eton are making preparations
to loud box cars with coal. At mtiio
or the collieries chutes are arranged to
hod thise cars as easily as the smili
Jimni't-u !n case of necessity, but al'. are
n.it (tjitltred in this way and hen re
the .ilfer.tilon. All the box cars that
will te l-.aded with the precious min
eral ii v tr be shipped to western pointy.
Wllkes-Haire Record: "The Wi.il
ward c. !..ery of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western company has lieeti
Idle since last Wednesday In ord"" tr.
niuko' n-mc extensive. Improvemer is
alrfi'.it the brenker, among which Is - he
putting In of Coxe's patent dumps.
These dumps are o'f the latest make and
their Introduction will not only muke
work much easier at the head of the
Bhaft but will likewise rid the head
tenders of much unecessary work. The
new 36-foot, fan which the company
Is putting in place for the past few
weeks will be started In a few days.
The Delaware, Lackawanna und West
ern has made many Improvements at
this colliery of late and the result Is
that it Is one of the best equipped on
the West Side."
Clipped from Canada "Presbyterian,"
under signature of C lilarkutt Robinson,
Prop'r; I was cured of oft-remirring bil
ious headaches by liurdock Ulood Hitters.
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The unequalled demand for Paine's
celery compound among the people of
this state is but an Index of the great
good that It is doing
Not only in this vicinity, not only In
every eastern state, but everywhere In
the United States.
Paine's celery compound, the wonder
ful remedy that makes people well, Is
beyond question the most reliable pro
duction of modern medical science.
Nobody disputes It.
From the day It was first prescribed
by that most eminent of American
physicians, Professor Kdward E.
Phelps, It has been recommended, pre
scribed and Its merits extolled by the
ablest of physicians. The best medical
journals have devoted almost unlim
ited space to the cures It has effected.
The dally press of the large cities hns
contained account after account of re
markable cases of "health restored by
Paine's celery compound."
Some of the most famous men and
women In the country have very re
cently authorized the publication of
their unsolicited testimonials. They or
their physicians have frankly told how,
when all else had failed, Paine's celery
compound made them well.
The Boston Herald has just devoted a
page or more to Interviews with prom
inent men and women in that city who
have been made well the past year by
Paine's celery compound.
STOCKS AX1) BONDS.
New York, Jan. 17. While speculation
at the Stoek exchange was quiet today the
undertone of the market was slroiiKer
than for a long time past. Prices were
higher nil around and the prominent Is
sues miule gains uf i to -V6 per cent. The
Vunderhllts. however, displayed the great
est strength und sold at the best figures
for a long time past. Luke Shore rose to
140, New York Central to luu'A. Sllelilgan
Central to SHi bid. The strensth of these
stocks had a good effect ami led to some
moilerato buying for thu long account.
Manhattan was quite a feature and rose
to 107. The ImlUHtrluls were less prom
inent in the dealings. Near the close
Chleago (las rallied to Sugar, Lead,
Cordage and the other Industrials were
qulot. The market closed firm anil t to
l'ii per cent, higher on the clay. Lake
Krle and Western preferred rose 2. To
tal sales, 64.S89 shares.
The range of today's prices for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mnr
ket are given below. The quotations wo
furnished The Tribune by G. du H. Dlm
mlek, manager for William Linn, Allen &
Co., stock brokers, 412 Spruce street,
Scrantdn.
Yes. Op'n- High- Low- Clon
Clos. ing. est. est. Ing.
A., T. A S. F.. 4N, 44 r 44 4.,
A. S. It. C 8!IS. 8!i"a 811-i M"t 8!l,
A. U. (1 iM'n Z 2:i'-.. 21
c, M. & S. I'., fai'-i wp-4 ft';, SB'., wis
C., K. 1. & P... IM'h, 8S :m4 in. KM,
(.. U. & y Tls. 714 72 71 71'fc
0. & N. W JMiSi !iS 9ii MUj
c. c. i & s. l .... ss'i m s.s'4 3K'
Can. South.... 4!a4 no'-i M no', fiii
Chcs. & 0 17 17'j 17'4 17'i
I). C. F. Co.... I'M, lo"4 11 H4 17i
U. & II 1H1H 1!I2 132i 1,12 I.TOi
(Jen. Klec :il'i :tl'4 MU, 34S 34
Jersey Cent... 1 Hl'i M'4 fit 8H4
I.. & N Til7 M Wi-S r.5 ri
Luke Shore.... i:'i, 14ti 110 i:is
Mo. Pac 2.1'a 2:P; 2:1 IMS n
Nat. ln1 37 37'i 37Tii 37' 37S
Nat. Cord..'.... 64 ' & i
New Kng S2-i S2S 32'i ' M S2S
N. Y. C II9:'4 lUO'S, m UK)
S. K.... lo'i IOV HIS Hi-S 10S
(). & W !' 11 Hi'n HIS lfiVfc
i. & n i2'.j 13 i.'i'i, 12s 12s
S. & W., IT.... 42'i 43 43 '43 4:1
Tex. I'hc. ...... !S US S S S
I'nlon Pac US H'd US UMi US
W. A H. I S '3 OS ll'i
W. A 8. L Pr 14Vi 14S 14S 144 ll'i
W. I'nlon 7Hi 87S 87S 87S 7S
('. O. It 71 ' 71 7.'S 71 72'j
A. M. T 8 99 9 99 S9
H. 8. 0 23 23 23 23
CHICAGO HOAllD OF TTtADR miCE3.
Op'n- HlKh- Low- Clos.
WIIF.AT Ing. est. est. Ing.
January MS MS M Dl
May M 68'i B7S 57S
July MS MS CMS &tT'S
OATS.
January 27S 27-S 27S 27S
May 3074 3U;( So'i 3S
CORN. -
Januury 4!VS 4,S 4,V,i 45V.I
Msy 47S S 47'4 474
July 47S S 71i ',i
LATID.
Januury C.C7 (1.72 R.H7 6.72
May 6.80 C.S7 C.80 6.87
PORK.
January 11.20 11.88 11.20 U.Sfi
May 11.46 11.60 11.45 11.60
Oil Market.
Pittsburg, Jan. 17. Oil opended and
highest, 67; lowest and closed, W4
Mothors! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnslow's Boothlni Syrup ha
been used for over fifty years by mil
Hons of mothers for their children whlls
teething, with perfect success. It soothos
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain; cures wind colic, and Is the bust
remedy for diarrhea. Bold by druggists
In every part of the world. lie sure and
ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing 8yrup,"
and take no other kind. Twenty-live cents
bottle. -. . . '
There are many cases In Scranton
whom It has cured of serious Illness.
Paine's celery compound is the one
specific for those nervous disorders, In
digestion, neuralgia and rheumatism,
for heart trouble, lassitude, sleepless
ness, from which men and women In
this climate too generally suiter.
It cures not only speedily but" per
manently. It supplies the nerves with
food; It makes new blood; It removes
the cause of disease. Mrs. H. a.
Dunolds, of Rochester, N. Y., whose
portrait Is given above, writes thus of
her experience:
"Last spring," she says, "I had a
severe attack of muscular rheumatism.
At first I used a deal of liniment, which
guve me some relief, but It finally set
tled in my feet, making me a hobbling
cripple. I then began using Paine's
celery compound and the second bottle
cured me completely, so now I am a
walking advertisement, and recom
mend Paine's relery compound most
cheerfully. I can heartily recommend
it, as an Invaluable remedy, to all who
are afllicted, and shall always keep It In
the house to use in case of need."
Testimonials might be published by
hundreds. They all go to show that for
any of those complaints that arise from
an Impaired nervous system or Impure
blood Paine's celery compound should
invariably be taken for It makes peo
ple well.
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange Quo
tations. No. Par
Shs. Val. Bid. Ask.
10 luo Sera'n Ravings Bank 200
25 HKI Third Nat'l Bank.... 3M
10 100 First Nat'l Bank 600
78 100 Allegheny Lum'r Co 100
S DUO Seriinton Glass Co.
(Bonds) 600
7 too Btevens Coal Com'y
1 (Bonds) joo
2 100 Sera'n Jar and Stop
per Co 60
20 CO Dime Dep. & DIs.
Bank 62 50
1 100 Sera'n Axle Works 75
luo luo Lncka. Lumber Co... 110
0 luo Cent. Penn. Tel. &
Supply Co 1C0
50 .100 Spring Brook Water
Co 100
0 100 First National Bank
1 (Carbondale) 150
5 100 Larkn, Trust A Safe
Deposot Co 135
10 100 Sera'n Laeo Cur. Co 90
5 100 Srrnnton Forging Co .... 110
20 luo Green Ifge Lum'r Co .... 110
10 CO Providence A Ablng-
ton Turnpike Co.... 85
5 lno Scranton Glass Co CO
30 luo Bonta Glass Co 20
5 ' 100 M. M. Savings
Bank (Cnrbondnle). 140 225
4 Crystal Lake Water
fo 450 ......
. 2 6U0 Kcon'y Steam Heat
. A Power Co. (bonds) C00
New York Produce Market.
New Yorlt.i Jan. 17.-Flour-Dull, easy.
Wheat Kalrly uetlve for export, c, low
er, cloHlnir linn; No. 2 red store ami ele
vator. GOViOlc; uflout, 3!ae.; f, o. b., C2a
fiile.; ungraded red, C7a(i3e.j No. 1 northern,
-O'iaTk'.: options rlosed steady at un
ehaiiKeil prices to He. decline;. No, 2 red
January. 'lUftc.; Velu-nary, 6Uic..; March,
filV.; .May, OL'Vio.; June,,l!2ie. ; July,. 2c.
Corn Steady; No. 2, filic elevator; Vli.
nlloat; steamer mixed, 4!)a."0',ic. ; No. 3, 4S'i
a4U'.; options dull and steady at Hac.
decline; Januury, M'ic; February, Cl!),e.;
May,, CHic (tats Dull, steady; options
dull, easier; January. 33q. ; February,
.H!tc; May, 34c; No. 2 white March,
ST'sjc; spot prices, No. 2, 8la34H,c.; No, 2
white, 37a;i7Vio.; No. 2 Chk-airo, SCc; No, 3.
3Hie.; No. 3 white, SG'ic; mixed western,
3la:t!iic.; whlto state and western, 38a
41ie. Heef Steady, dull. Ileef Hams
Quiet. Tlereed Iteef Dull, Cut Meats
Quiet, weak, hard Quiet, firmer; west
ern steam, S7.a24j; elty, I0.37V4; January, 17,
nomlnul; May, $7.15, nominal; refined,
firmer; continent, 17.60; South America,
$7.80; compound, BViaGe. Pork Steady;
mess, $l.7rn13. Butter Dull, weak; state
dairy, 10a20c.; do. creamery, 10a23o. ; Penn
sylvania do., Bla23e. ; western dairy, lt'a
liie.; il.J creamery, Kia2fc; do. factory, Sa
lBc.;. KIkIus, 2,'iq.; imitation creamery, 12a
lXe. ; June creamery, l(ia2H4c. Cheese
Moderate demand, unchanged. Eggs
Quiet, about steady; state and Pennsyl
vania, J2'iii23c.'; refrigerator, iral9e.; west
ern fresh, 21Ha22e.; do, per case, I2a3.75;
southern, 20a21c; limed, 14al6o.
. Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, Jan. 17-Tallow Is dull
and unohnnged. We quote: City, prime,
in hhds, 4a4c.; country, prime. In bbls,
4'4c; do. da'rk In bbls, 4Vc; cakes, 4aCc;
grease, SaHc, . .
Relief In Six Hoars.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved In six hours by the "New
Oreta South American Kidney Curs."
This new remedy Is a great surprise on
account of ts exceeding promptness In
relieving pain In the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sage In male or female. It relieves re
tention of watr and pain in passing It
almost Immediately. If yott want quick
relief and cur this Is your remedy. Bold
by C. M;' Harris, Druggist, 12S Penn ave
nue, Bcimntont Pa.
GENTS' NATURAL WOOL
GENTS' COTTON FLEECE-LINED
gr'SO dozen Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests, made of the Finest Maco Yarn; Reg
lar 50c. quality, now 37 c. Each.
We quoti the following new prices on our Famous Boys' Cest Iron Hosiery:
SIZES
6, 6 1-2, 7.
20 Cents.
CONNOLLY &
Keystone
IS NOW MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY
Tlir OnimiYnM DCnm&in Oil 602 and 604 Lackawanna Avenue,
inc ounHiiiuii ocuumu uu.,
PRICES
T
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having in my possession thu most powerful
dissolving stereopticons made.
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BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOiT
zines, etc.. bound or rebound at Tun
Tiuhuns office. Quick work. Reasonable
prices.
For Rent.
'foTRWr?1to7ii
-i est striep, tietwesn I ickson works and
Erie depot; rent 113. Inquire on premises.
F
OR RENT FURNISHED AND UNH'B
ntalied rooms at 000 Lackawanna avenu?.
FOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna aveuuo. Afldrosi 1 HOMAS
E. EVANS, aear IIB2 Luzerne, Hyde Par
TTOR RENT Nlt'KLY FITKNIUHED'HALL
V suitable for lodge rooms, JOHN JErt
MYN, 110 Wyoming iivena.
For Sale.
HORSE FOR BALK-FINK TRAVELER
or work-r anywhere; 7 yens old; 1,150
rounds; sound, kind ( nil or address
CHAR AZF.H. (llenlmrn. Pa.
Strayed or Stolen.
CTRAYED OB STOLEN FROM 10I0OL1VE
O streiit. on Saturday, Jnti. 5. a white bull
pup, with large spot on back. Ton did'ars re
ward will be paid for return of tame und no
questions asked. W. L. HE'I T-H
Agents Wanted.
WANTKD - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
I handle our line, no pinldiliiir. Sa'arr,
$75 per muntb and expenses aid to all. Gisds
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Bjx, 630S,
Boston, Muss.
Legal.
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNI
1 ted Stales, fur the Western District of
Pennsylvania:
WHEREAS. The Judge of the District Court
of the L'llltod States tor til? said district is un
able to attend at the oomnHificeiueut of the
ngular tirm of said court, tix.nl to buvlu at
the city or Scranton, ill snid district, on thu
nrst Mommy in oiarcli, ueing tue fourth
day thereof.
IT IM
S ORDERED. Btthocllvof Plttsburir.
in snid di-triet, tills 17th iluy of Decviiiltei',
inift, (iiai. mo marsuni, on Nun urn i .uon
dny of Murch. ISU at Hcranton, adjourn
said Court to meet on the fourth Monday of
March, ISM, at the tiiwi hour and plucs; and
to give notice, at the same time, in court, to
persons held ly recogniz uics. to appear at
suid nrst Monday In March, lMl.i, and their
sureties therein, to appear on the fourth Uou.
day In March. W as nforexnld.
JOS. IICFFlNOToN, U S. Dis. Judge.
From the Record.
WM. T. LIN DSEY, Clerk.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF
Lackawanna County, No. 1163, Sept. trrui,
1804, Margaret Turner vs. Joseph R. Turner.
The alias subpuma in divorce In the above
oase having been returned "non est iuventus,"
jruu, Joseph K. Turner, are liereby notified to
bsaud appear at the next term of Common
pleas of said county, to bs held in the city of
Scranton on the 14th day of January, lHUn, to
answer the plaintiff's complaint in the above
ase. JOHN J. FA HEY. Sher.ff.
W. GAYLORD THOMAS. Attorney.
Situations Wanted.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNd
man on coachman or any honorable work;
12 years' experience as ocachinan; can furnish
bast of reference. Address "COACHMAN,"
Tribaue office, Scranton Pa.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
man 18 yoars old; understands horses:
Would like a position as driver. Address HaR
LIE L1TTS, m Providence Road.
DRUO CLERK OF TWO YEARB' EX PERI
nee dmlres position; well educated.
Address "AMYU" 1 ribnne offioe.
SITUATION WANTED BY A BOY It
years of age; would like to have position
In barber shop; has had long experience. Ad
dress "L. J.," Tribune office.
WANTF.D-BY A YOUNB LADY WHO
' understands the Oermau, Hungarian,
Hebrew and English languages, a position as
bookkeeper, Address U., M Ualitaad court.
OE
The Best Value we have ever offered. Our
price only 48c. Sold by others at 50c,
as a 75c. Garment. v
SIZES
7 1-2, 8, 8 1-2,
22 Cents.
WALLACE 209 wash'""
THE CELEBRATED
Bed
GREATLY REDUCED.
(AUTION
TO our patrons :
Washburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many paN
rons that they will this year htild to their usual custom
ol milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop
is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers are
of the opinion thut it is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. Washburn-Crosbv Co. will take
no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully three
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to everv detail of milling ha
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour fur above other
brands.
MM
4
ME6ARGEL
Wholesale Agents.
ff HAVE YOUR
Horses Shod y
I Hold Fast L j
I Steel Ccn-
V I tered, Self-
VV. Sharpening, I
Detachable I
1 HORSE I
J SHOE VJ
calks
We have the following; supplies of lumber secured, at
prices that warrant us in expecting; a large
share of the trade :
Pacific Coast Red Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" and other Michigan Brands of
White Pine and White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White and Norway Pine Lum
ber and BUI Timber.
North Carolina Short and Long Leaf
Tellow Pine.
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Rails, Mine Ties, Mine
Props and Mine Supplies in general.
THE RICHARDS LUMBER COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH BUILDING. SCRANTON. PA.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA.. Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
. General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
iJ .0 ... C
W.w ilia-MMv VIII
(Xl) MS AMI Vuu,
For sal ey JOHN H. PHCIPS,
Sprue Strttt, Scranton, Pa.
- SIZES
9, 91-2,10.
25 Cents.
pnng
Cor. Adams Avenue,
HULL
SUPERIOR TO LL OTHERS.
Also a Full Line of
SUPPLIES.
J
Scranton, Pa.
Juniata County, Pennsylvania. WhIM
Oak.
Sullivan County Hemlock Lumber and
Lath.
Tioga County Dry Hemlock BtocH
Hoards.
Elk County Dry Hemlock Joists and
Studding.
RESTORE
LOST VIGOR
V.. MM a. WuW l.utik limM
in
o.
Ot) A RAM i KB UCnrt SnTooiD-bilil;, Loss ofStiasl Pomr in llkM mi,
InToUmur Km(tfli from snf hum. If angltcttd, tuob IroublM Usd !
eoDiutnptios ol iBMrity, tl.St'Pr bos by mil, A tmtsfor 96. Wllb vvrvift
otd.r w itft s wrltun fuaisntte to euts or rsiiwd ttas sioasr. AdrM
FSAL MKlUCUIfi OU. Clxslud, Olus.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming
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