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THE KCKANTOIT . TKLBUlfE TCESDAY jfORNIN"GiV APRIL" 10, 1895.
tiSBADNESS-To DEf Elf TAKING IF YOU.ARfi, SUFFERING. WITH CONSTIPATION, STOMACH, LIVER0 KIDNEY COMPLAINTS, TALES OF TWOJITTSTONS News of Interest to Headers Up and Down the Valley . A NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH Churlcs Tench Saved Only by Kure Presence of Mind-A Scrunton Lady's Ueneroslty l'ortuiio Smiles Upon Frank Suundcrn-Other News. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Tittston, April 15. Charles Tench had a very narrow escape from death this mornliiR. Mr. Tench la employed on the l'lttston shifting ensine us brake man. This morning when at the Lack awanna and Bloomsbinx Junction, a coupling bruke on the car on which Tench was standing, throwing him to the ground between the cars. With a wonderful presence of mind Tench grasped the axle of the car which was moving over him. His position was simular to that of Harry Fltzer, who was killed at Coxton a few weeks since, und he would have suffered the same fate had the car moved three feet further. Very luckily he escaped with only a severe bruise on the right foot. He was taken to his home in West Pittston, where Dr. Hubler attended to his injuries. Fortune for Saunders. The many friends of Frank Saun ders, formerly of Avoca, In this vicinity will be pleased to learn of the good for tune which has befallen him near his present home at Delta, Colo. Mr. Saunders left his home in Avoca June 22, 1880, on a prospecting tour through Colorado. Since his departure he has Bpent a great portion of his time In Ouray, Ouray county, Colorado, where, with two friends, he is Interested In a.n extensive claim on which 'they struck, less than a year ago, a rich vein of sil ver and lead ore. Some specimens were shown The Tribune reporter that ore valued at J400 per ton in the ore, Operations were commenced on the claim last summer and a tunnel has been driven into the mountain side about 1,000 feet. Another test was made In an upward direction and large (luantitlea of silver ore were found From teats already made It appears thait the whole Inside of the mountain Is lined with valuable ore. A short time eince the partners were offered $3,000,000 for their mines, which they refused. 'Mr. Armstrong, one of the partners, stated that he would not dispose of his one-third Interest for that sum. John W Saunders and family, of Avoca, left for Ouray yesterday, where Mr. Saun ders will assume the management of the Store of his brother. Ouray Is a little mining town situated about sixty five miles from Delta, and Is surrounded by mountains. The inhabitants are blessed with the sun's rays only three and one-half hours a day in summer, the sun not making Its appearance until 10.30 In the morning. Common Council Meets. A special meeting of the common council was held this evening with president Bubs in the chair. Ordinances relating to salaries of mayor and city engineer passed .second reading. No action was taken on salary of treasurer. The term of the city clerk was extended from one to two years, and salary was fixed at $60 per month. City controller's salary was raised from $300 to $500 per year. Action of the select council In regard to the Btreet commissioner was approved. The body will meet again tomorrow night. Funeral of Feter Joyoe. The funeral of the late Peter Joyce, whose death occurred Saturday morn ing, took place from the family resi dence, on Railroad street, this morning nt 9 o'clock. The remains were con veyed to St. John's Catholic church, where a mass of requiem was sunfr. Very Rev. Father Finnan was cele brant; Rev, Father Greeve, deacon, and Rev. Father Kelley, sub-deacon. The remains were interred In Market stretet cemetery. The pall-bearers were Thomas Joyce, Patrick Joyce and Jo- TESTIFYINGFOR MUNYON. Jacob Ilammel Offers a Strong Endorse ment, Was Cured of Rheumatic) Paralysis by Using Munyon'a Rheumatism Cure. Jacob Hammcl, 900 East Monument Street, Baltimore, Md., says: "I had mus cular rheumatism In my arm so badly I could not raise it. I was sore in my lower limbs. I bought a small bottle of Mun yon's Rheumatlo Cure, and, after taking It two days. It relieved the soreness In my limbs and restored complete motion to my arm. It 1b now as useful as ever." Munyon's Rheumatism Cure acts almost Instantaneously, curing many obstinate cose In a few hours. It Is guaranteed to cure rheumatism In any part of the body. Acute or muscular rtieumatism cured In from one to Ave days. It never fails to cure sharp, shooting pains In the arms, legs, side, back or breast, or soreness of any part of the body in from one to three hours. It promptly cures lameness, stiff nd swollen joints, and all pains In the hips and loins. Chronic rheumatism, sci atica, lumbago or pain in the back are speedily cured. It seldom falls to give re lief after one or two doses, and almost in variably cures before one bottle has been used. 1 Munyon's Homeopathic Home Remedy Company, of Philadelphia, put up speci fics for nearly every disease, which are Eold by all druggists, mostly for 2G cents a ottle. ' Those who are In doubt as to the nature Of their disease should address Professor Munyon, 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, living full symptoms of their disease. Pro fessor Munyon will carefully diagnose the ease and give you the benefit of his ad vice absolutely free of all charge. The Remedies will be sent to any. address on receipt of retail price. SPRWDEL SALTS soph Joyce, of this city, and John and Richard Joyce, of Scranton, Notes and Porsonuls. J. P. Smith, of Wyoming, has been airing alio pride of his stable, King Fisherman, about this vicinity, and is attracting the attention of horsemen hereabouts. King Fisherman Is a beautiful animal of a seal brown color, is ltiVa hands high, weighs 1,395 pounds and has trotted a mile In 2.2!). Mr. Smith Is loudly proclaiming the quali ties of his beautiful horse. Miss Kittle Welsh, of Oregon, Is spending a few days with friends in Now Yolk City. J. C. Manning is on a business trip to Philadelphia. Mr. ivnd Mrs. tleorge Mooney, of Scranton, spent 'Easter at the home of her father, C. H. Mahon. , Rev. P. J. Kain left this morning for Philadelphia for a few days' visit. Bert Sampson, of Carbondale, spent Sunday with West Side friends. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Jackson, of Scranton, were guests of the family of Mrs. Jackson's father, C. II. Mahon, over Easter. Mrs. E. L. Fuller, of Scranton, was a visitor at Duryea and Pittston today, looking after the Interests of her kin dergarten school at the former place. Mrs. Fuller supports this school out of her own purse and her efforts In this direction are bearing good fruit. Mrs. Fuller's generosity in establishing the kindergarten is fmuch appreciated by the people of Duryea. News has been received of the death of W. S. Umpleby, of Sayre, which oc curred on Saturday last. He Is sur vived by his wife and four daughters. The eldest, Miss Rae, Is well known in Pittston, having spent several months here the past winter. The others are Kittle, Hazel and an infant, two months old. The funeral will take place from the family residence, on Elmer avenue, Sayre, at 2.30 tomorrow, Tuesday after noon. Two new admissions were made at the hospital today: John Johnson, aged 40 years, a miner at Clear Spring col liery, who Is suffering from a compound fracture of the skull, caused by a pre mature blast, about 9 o'clock this morn ing. At last -report) he was resting comfortably and speedy recovery Is ex pected. Alexander Schultz was injured at the Stevens colliery this afternoon about 2 o'clock, by being kicked in the left leg by a mule. He Is 21 years old, and was employed as a driver boy. His home is on the West Side. The new wagon of the Vienna Bak ing company collided with an electric car at the corner of Wyoming and Delaware avenues this afternoon. A rear wheel was torn off and the vehicle was badly damaged. The driver, Thomas Manghan, escaped injury. We were much surprised this morn ing, as, undoubtedly, were many of our readers, at the absence of the Pittston letter from its usual corner In The Tribune. Through some mishap the Pittston letter failed to reach its des tination in time for insertion in the columns of the paper. Miss Nellie McAndrew, of Scranton, Is the guest of Miss Clair Ormsby, of Upper Pittston. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lewis, of Broad street, were spending Sunday with friends In Carbondale. Mrs. James Lower, of Upper Pits ton, was visiting her sister at Nantlcoke to day. The Adonis Social club will hold a grand ball at the Pullman house, Duryea, tomorrow evening. Miss Maggie Tlerney Is contesting for a gold watch for the benefit of the Washington Social club, of Dunmore. The club will hold a grand ball April IS. Michael Donough, of the Everhart farm, who has been sick for some time, is improving. Mi', and Mrs. John Coyle, of North Main street, are rejoicing over the ar rival of a baby girl. .The "Millionaire Tramp" will be seen at Music hall tomorrow evening, April 10, for the benefit of the J,eck cornet band. The basket ball teams of Kingston and Pittston will play off the tie game Thursday evening, April 18, at Diamond and Lewis' hall, Kingston. Steve Heollsh and Carl Wentz, who were charged with having stolen a bar rel of whiskey and box of tobacco from the Lehigh Valley station at the Junc tion, were given a hearing before Jus tice Jordan today, and wore committed to jail in default of bail. The prisoners were Hungarians. At the hearing a fellow countryman, named Steve Lutz, made himself so obnoxious that he was ejected from the office of the Justice. While officers TIgue and Bliss were tak ing their prisoners to the lockup after the hearing, Lutz attempted to rescue his comrades. He was also bagged by the officers and placed in the city lock up. MONTltOSE. One of Susquehanna county's bravest veterans, Colonel John Qulnn, of Forest Lake, was in town on 'Saturday, Col onel Qulnn is recognized as the stand ard bearer for the Grand Army of the Republic and no parade of that or ganization is complete without the colonel. A. H. Wilson,- who has for nearly a year been employed by the Globe Print ing company, left on Saturday for Stroudsburg, Pa, Mr. Wilson will be employed by the Stroudsburg Times. Charles Wood was arraigned before Justice Courtrlght on Sunday morning charged with drunkenness, disturbing the peace and using profane language on the street. He was given a small fine for the first two charges, and his profanity cost him a fine of $25 and ninety days In the county jail. . The ministers in Montrose having at heart the welfare of the negro Issued a card in which the citizens who are contributors to the churches of the race are advised to give to but one church, the African Methodist Episcopal Zlon. This church has a resident pastor, Rev. W. O. Cooper, while Bethel church lias no resident minister, only having oc casional services, over which Pastor Davis, of a Waverly, N. Y., church pre sides. Montrose celebrated Easter In a most befitting manner. At St. Paul's three services ere held, communion at 3 o'clock, the regular morning service at 10.45 and Vespers at 3 o'clock, at which time the annual offerings of the Sunday school were made. The music was par ticularly good. The Te Deum and the anthems beginning with "Christ Our Passover Is Sacrificed for Us," by Mil lard, reflected credit on 'Miss Scott, who has worked unceasingly in instructing the choir. The Rev. E. A. Warriner preached on "Seeing Through a Glusa Darkly," or the romance of the resur rection. At the Presbyterian church appropriate music and a sermon by Rev. A. E. llenton, on "Costly Offer ings," made Easter all that It should be. Rev. T. Ariel HugheB' morning sermon was a dissertation on "Eastertide." Kev. Father E. J. Lnfferty celebrated high mass at St. Bonaventure's Roman Catholic church nit Auburn. The church of the Holy Name of Mary here had no services, but many Montrose communicants went to Auburn. Miss Annie Miller, who has been 111 for several days, ils now convalescent. Monday will UBher in the second week of court for April term. Court Notes. Merrltt English, a youth found guilty of obtaining goods under false pre tenses, was sentenced to the state re formatory, at 'Huntington, Pa, There was a solemn silence In court when Judge Searle, who Is an Imposing man, passed sentence on Michael Healy, who, with James Healy, pleaded guilty of assaulting with attempt to kill ex Sheriff II. F. 'McKune, at Susquehanna last January. John S. Courtrlght, counsel for James Healy, asked the court to allow his client to withdraw his plea of guilty and remand him for trial at the next quarter sessions. This the court granted and then pronounced sentence on Michael Healy. When Mi chael arose in answer to the court's question, he said: "I want to Bay that James Healy Is not guilty and I never saw him until he was brought Into the lockup at Susquehanna a short time af ter I had been there." The Judge sentenced Healy to ten years at hard labor in the staite penitentiary at Phila delphia, and also Imposed a fine of $500 and costs. Through the kindness of Sheriff E. A. Leonard The Tribune cor respondent saw James Healy at the jail, lie could hardly express his Joy at the turn matters had taken, for he did not know that Michael Healy would make a statement to the court. He Is In clined to consumption and an Intelli gent man, and when asked why he had pleaded guilty he said: "I can't say or express the feeling which came over me when the judge told me to stand up. I hardly knew what I said. I only saw prison walls staring me in the face. I knew no one, but I am innocent and am so glad of my chance to clear myself. Mr. Courtrlght, as you know, has my case and from what occurred today I feel like a new man. While our names are alike. I never saw or heard of Mlohael Healy until we met In the Sus quehanna lockup. INDUSTRIAL TOPICS. There are many persons who believe that the anthracite coal trade can be put on a stable basis Independent of the Read ing railroad. A company organized to build an elec tric railroad, with underground conduit, on Indiana avenue, Chicago, Is Incorpor ated with $5,000,000 capital. The railways of the United States, in earnings, passed the billion mark in each of the four years ending with 1893, but last year a decline of $122,000,000 in receipts sent them below the line. Expenses were reduced $82,000,000, but nevertheless the net earnings fell off to the extent of $40, 000,000. Chauncey Depew says: There were about 160,000,000 of tons carried upon the oceans last year. About 10,000,000 of tons were carried upon the canals of the United States. About 14,000,000,000 were carried by the world's railroads, of which 8,000,000, WK) were carried on the railroads of the United States. In other words, the rail roads of the United States carried more than all the steamers, the sailing vessels and the railroads of all tho rest of the world. General business In the south is better. Among the fifty-five new Industries estab lished or incorporated during the week the Tradesman reports a brewery at San Antonio, Tex., to cost $200,000: brick works at Jacksonville, Flo., and canning facto ries at Charlotte, N. C Edwards, Miss., and Port Lavaca, Tex. The Cameron Com press company, capital $00,000, has been or ganized to erect a cotton compress nt Cameron, Tex., and compresses will also bo built at Htllsboro and Paris, Tex. Elec tric light plants will be established at Birmingham, Ala., and Marlon, Va.? flour ing mills at Henderson, Ky., and Memphis, Tenn., and an ice factory at Quitman, Ga A $50,000 land company has been char tered at Birmingham, Ala., and a mining and milling company, with a capital of $1,000,000, at New Orleans, La. Iron mines will be developed at Cedartown and Priors, Ga., and coal lands near Princeton, Va., will be developed by a $124,000 company. At Richmond, Va., a $50,000 paper box fac tory will be erected and a Jewelry manu facturing company has been incorporated at Wheeling, W. Va., a sugar mill will bo erected at Lecompte, La., and a knitting mill at Buena Vista, Va. Woodworking plants will be located at Little Rock, Ark., Crestvlew, Flo., Atlanta, and I'.alnbrldge, Ga., New Orleans, Vldalla and 'White Cas tle, La,, Memphis, Tenn., and a $100,000 wagon and furniture factory at Buck Shoal, N. C. Easiest way to kill a chicken Is to break the egg before It Is hatched. Same Is true of consumption. Dr. Wood's Nor way Pine Syrup Is a positive cure for coughs and colds. Nothing will cure con sumption. Does it pay to neglect the cold? I Oil Murkot. Oil City, April 15. Oil opened and lowest, 200: first sale. 210; highest sale, 235: lowest, 210; closed, 235 bid. At Pittsburg, oil opened at 205; highest, 232; lowest, 200; closed at 232. Philadelphia Tallow Market. Philadelphia, April 15. Tallow Is quiet and easier, e quote! City, prime, in hhds, 4c; country, prime, In bbls, 4o. ; do. dark, In bbls, 4Hc; cakes, 4Vic; grease, 3a3c. ScratchmyBack Is the cry of thousands afflicted with distressing irritations of the skin and who live in ignorance of the fact that a warm bath with and a single application of Cuti CURA. the great Skin Cure, will afford instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy cure when physicians and all else fail. Bold thnmrhoal the worW. Bitik djpoi STOCKS AND BONDS. New York. April 13. Speculation at the Stock Exchango was decidedly strong to day and business was on a larger scale than of lute. The sales of stock aggre gated 203,000 shares. The feeling was con fident. The rise In grain, cotton and pe troleum mode many bulls. From abroad' reports were received that the American stocks and bonds were In better favor. Prices advanced ft to 194 for the railway list, tho Grangers being especially prom lnent owing to the closing out of long out standing shorts. In the Vanderbllts, Michigan Central sold up ao 100. Lake Bhoro touched 142, tho best In years. The anthracites ruled strong. In the Indus trials Sugar moved up to 104, the state ment being made that the demand for re lined had Improved. In the final deal ings on sales to realize profits the markot Bhowcd some irregularity. Atchison and New England were weak and declined to . Speculation left off Irregular, but In the main firm. Net changes for the day show gains of Via1 per cent. The range of today's prices for the ac tive stocks of the New York stock mar ket are given below. The quotations are lurnisneu The Tribune by U. du H. Dim mlck, manager for William Linn, Allen & i or, stock brokers, 412 spruce street, ocrumon. . O'pn- High- Low- CIob. iliK. est. est. Ill W . Am. Tobacco Co.... 90 89 98 Wt Am. Cot. OH 2(1 274 26 274 Am. Sugar Re'g Co. 103 104 103. 101 Atch., To. & S. Fe... fiMj l'4 5 M Can. South 52 52 52 62 Ones. & Ohio 17 17 17i 17l Chicago Gas 70 71 70 71 rme. & N. W 113 ', 94 93 93 Chic, B. & Q 72 73 72 72i C. C. C. & St. L 39i 39 39 39 Chic, Mil. & St. P... f 69 58 69 Chic, R. I, & V 6M4 06 114 65 Delaware & Hud 12 120 126 120 1J., L. & W 100 100 159 1G0 Dint. & C. V IB-i 15 15 15 Oon. Kleotric 31 84 83 33 111. Central 88 88 8814 88 Lako Shore 141 14!i 141 141 Louis. & Nash 62 63 52 63 niaunaiian r;i nz-fi 113 izi mi Mluh. Central 98i WO 98 99 Mo. Paellic 24 24 24 24 rtat, uoruMge D',g Vs u H Nut. Lead 33 S3 33 XI N. J. Central 93 94 93 !3 N. Y. Central 98 99 98 98 .. i. at is, a my, 38i an ;tx N. Y.. L. E. & W 10 10 10 in N. Y., S. & W., Pr... 35 35 35 35 Nor. Pacific 4 4 4 4 Nor. Pacific, Pr 19 19 19 19 Ont. & West 16 16 16 18J Phil. & Read 13 18 13 18 miuiHuni n. n 11-ft 11 1Y Tenn.. C. & I 18 . 19 18 1 Tex. Pacific 10 10 10 10 Union Pacific 11 11 n n Wabush 6 0 fliji Wabash, Pr 14 14 14 14 West. Union 88 88 87 88 Ex-dlvldond, American Tobacco Co., 8 in.-,- mil.; v.iuchko uas, i per cent.; N. j, Central, 1 per cent. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICKS . , O'pn- High- Low- Clos- Vt HEAT, Ing. est. est. ing. May K 67 te,v. rs.u. i'dy Etili 57 66 67 September 67 68 67 68 OA "S. May "SU 274 9U MiU. luy 27 27 27 27 September 25 25(4 25 25 May 4:, 4C, 4-.31 i-,t: July 45 46 45 46 September 46 46 46 46 LARD. May 70S 7.07 7.05 7.0R 7.22 7.17 7.20 July 7.17 September 7.33 PORK. 7.32 7.32 7.32 May 12.40 12.45 12.35 12.45 July 12.55 12.66 12.65 12.65 Suptember 12.75 12.75 12.75 12.75 Scranton Board of Trado Exchange Quo tations. STOCKS. Bid. Dime Dep. & Dis. Rank 62 60 Ffrst Nat'l Bank 600 Green R'ge Lum'r Co .... Lackn. Lumber Co... 110 Lacka. Trust & Safe Deposit Co M. & M. Savings Bank (Carbonrialm No. Par Shs. A'nl. 20 60 Ask. 10 20 100 5 100 ino 100 loo 100 110 160 225 10 CO Providence Abing ton Turnpike Co.... Scra'n Savings Bank. Bcra'n Lace Cur. Co. Scranton Forging Co Third Nat'l Bank.... Na'tl Boring & Drill ing Co., Pr Thuron Coal Land Co Scranton Bedding Co Scranton Axle Works Scranton Glass Co.,.. Scranton Jar & Stop per Co Dickson Mfg Co Lackawanna & Mont rose Railroad Traders' Nat'l Bank. Bonta Glass Co Spring Brook Water Co Lacka. Store Asso ciation, Limited BONDS. Scranton Trac. Co... Econ'y Steam Heat & Power Co Madison Avenue Im provement Scranton Glass Co.... 85 200 "ioo 350 10 10 5 25 1 45 3 70 10 i 40 60 60 25 60 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 HiO 100 100 100 60 100 inn loo 60 85 90 101 85 ' 70 85 100 P0 120 10 90 12 SCO coo 105 GOO 120 10 30 1000 2 600 100 COO Scranton Wholesale. Fruits and Produce. Dried apples, per in., natic. ; evaporaiea apples, jiasc. per ID.; caiuornia prunes, oac. ; Hngimn cur rants. 2M,a3c: layer raisins. tl.75al.RO: mim. catels, 4a5c per lb., Hal. 40 per box; new Valenclas. 6a6c. per m. Henna Mar. rowfats, $3 per bushel; mediums, $2.25a2.30; Sea beans, $2.26. Peas Green, Jl.10al.15 per ushel; split, $2.60a2.60; lontels, 6a8c. per lb. Potatoes 75nS0c. per bushel. Onions Bushel. $1.25al.30. Butter Old, 14al7o.; new, liiaisc. per in. v-neeee aaizc. per ID. Eggs Frnsh, 14al4c. Meats Hami, 10 c. small hams, 10c; skinned hams, llc; California nnms, ic.; snouldoraj 7o.; bellies. 7c; smoked breakfnst bacon, iwc. Smoked Hcer Outsldes, 12c; sets. 13M,c: Insldes and knuckles. 15c: Acme sliced smoked beef, 1-lb. cans, $2.40 dozen, i'om muss, h; snore clear, iu. Lard Leaf, In tlerceB, 8c; In tubs, 8o.; 10-pound pails, 9c per pound; 6-pound pails, 9c. per pound; 3-pound palls, 9c. per pound; compound lard, tierces, 6c; tubs, Cc; 10-pound palls, 7c. per pound; 5-pound pails, 7c per pound; 3-pound palls, 7c. per pound; Flour Minnesota patent, per barrel, $4a4.20; Ohio and Indi ana amber. t3:. 20: Graham. $3.20: rve flour. $3.20. Feed Mixed, per. cwt.,- $1.05. Grain Rye, 65c; corn. C0a53c; oats, 89a45c. per bushel. Rye Straw Per ton, $12a15. Hay $14.50ol6. Buckwheat Flour $2 per 100. New York Produce Market. New York, April 15. Flour Firm ; win ter wheat, low grades, $1.90a2.S0; do. fair to fancy, $2.35a2.90; do. patents, $2.75a3.40; Minnesota clear, $2.40o2.90; do. straights. 3a3.40; do. patents, $3.25a4; city mills, $3.35a 3.40; do. patents, $3.90a4. Wheat Dull and firmer; No. 2 red store and elevator, 60c; afloat, G2c. ; f. o. to., 6ia62c. ; ungraded red, 68 au:ic. ; ino. l normern, wsnosiic; op tions actlvo: May, 61c; June, Cl'dcs July, 82c; August, 62c; September, 62c; December, C5c. Corn Dull uud firm; No. 3, 06c. elovator; 67a afloat; steamer mixed, 49a50c; options dull, firm; May and July, 60c; September, 61c Oats Quiet nnd easier; options dull and easier; April, 32c; May, 82c; spot prices. No. 2, 32a32',ic; No. 2 white, 30o36c; No. 2 Chi cago, 33c; No. 3, 31 c; No. 8 white, 35c; mixed western, 32a32c; white state and western, 36a40c. Heef Quiet and firm: family, $10al2; extra mesa, $8o8.60. Beet Hams Quiet, strong; $19.50. Tlerced Beef Dull, Arm; city extra. India mess, $16al8. Cut Meats Firm; pickled bellies, 7c; do. snouuiors, c. ; uo. nams, uuc; mid dles, dull and firm; short clear, $7.06. Lard Qult and steady; western steam, $7.25; .ii .. t'V .. , A , H toe. ,1m.. k qe. .-a , VllJ, U7li. ntii ,,, va..., iiiuj, ix.ow, lUllllVtl, quiet; contlnnet, $7.70; South America, $8; compound, 7a7c. Pork Steady; mess, $18.60al4. Butter Quiet, fancy steady; state dairy, uiw. ; no. creamery, new, zuc. ; western dairy. 8al3c; do. creamery, new. 12a20c; do. old, 10al8c; do. factory, 7a 12c; Klglns, 20c; Imitation creamery, 9a 15c Cheese Quiet and unchanged. Eggs Easy; state and Pennsylvania, 13c; west? ern fresh, 12c; southern, 12al2c; duck, 25a27c; goose, 40c -v Inflammatory Rheumatism Curod In 3 Davs. Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, Ind.. says: "My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism In every muscle and joint, her suffering was terrible and her body and face were swollen almoet beyond recognition; had been In bed tor six weeks and had eight physicians but received no benefit untl she tried the MYSTIC CURE FOR RHKU- MATISM. It gave Immediate relief and he was able to walk about In three days. I am sure It saved her lire." Hold by carl Lorens, DruggUt, .418 Lackawanna ave nue, Boranton. (onriolty & Wallace The Greatest and Cheapest Sale of DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE LESS THAN HALF PRICE 'From the wholesale house of E. 8. JAFFRAY & CO., New York, bought at Receiver's Bale. This is an opportunity to buy the latest and best lu the Dry Goods Hue, right at the open inn of the Spring Season, at less than half real value. JArHttY'8 We cannot go into details on account of limited space, but seeing is believing, and what might appear incredible in print will be seen and appreciated ou our counters. SALE WILL CONTINUE AS LONG AS GOODS LAST. CONNOLLY & &IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBI 113(11111 s s 1 3c. i aiiiiiiuiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiB w E WILL clean Ingrain and Brussels for 3 Cents scourea jdv tne can t please you. T A Word. WANTS Or ALL KINDS COST THAT MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD VANCE. WHBN A BOOK ACCOUNT IS MADE. NO CHARGE WILL BB LESS THAN CENTS. THIS RULE AP PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH amjs imtuunriku c num. Wanted. CITY AND 8UBUKBAN PBOPKBTIEB TO sell, rent or exchange. MERK1FIELD. spruce atrtot, opposite Hotel Jurmyn. 1 1 7 AN TE D TH E FOLLOWING BACK TV numbers of Scranton Tribune at busi ness office Tribune Publishing Co., Sept. 10; Lta 7; ana iiec. 13. itwt. Help Wanted-Male. H7ANTED A FIRST CLASS BAKER. V V Inquire at Vienna bakery.No. 1U South main sireei, riuston, ra. w ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN everv town to solicit stock subscrip tions; a monopoly: blp money for agents; no capital required, luwaku l. flDa w Bordn Block, Chicago. 11 L OAI.F.HMEN RKSIDENT SALESMEN 1J wanted,, acquainted with the local and nearby drug and grocery trade, to nauuia our line of high grade cigars. Address, giving references, J. EDWARD COWLEd Co., U3 Chambers street, H. v. Helo Wanted Females. A REFINED YOUNO LADY CAN OB- IV tain a good position by addressing "Per sonal", care Tribune. Wanted To Rent. HT ANTED WHAT KIND OF A 6 OR 7- VV rcom "single house" can I get for S12 or 114! Addren "N. P. H.," Tribune. For Rent FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS WITH hnnrri: flrst'class accommodations: gas and bath, etc. 14 Adama avenue, corner epruce street. lOR BENT-TWO 8TORE8, DWELLING A houses and barn at 314 and iilU I'eaar are. Inquire at Daridow Bros., SI 7 Lacks, avenue. UOR RENT A BUILDING ON FRANKLIN I1 avenue, suitable lor business. Address P. O. Box 448. I?OR RENT THE PHOTOGRAPH OAL I1 l.iv frtviiinrlv fWHMinieri hv (1. L. Grltlin. including rooms for houxelteoping. 138 Wyo ming avenue. CHAS. BCHLAQER. T?OR RENT A LARGE, 4-8TORY BUILD V ing at lid Franklin avenue; suitable for wholesale business. CAKSON & DAVIES, Scranton. t FOR RENT FURNISHED AND UNFUR nishod rooms at 600 Lackawanna avenue. FOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST T.xilmnrnnna AVitnila. Address THOMAS E, EVANS, aear lias Luzorue, Hyde Park. F- 'ORRENT-NiCELY WKNISHEri HALL suitable for lodge rooms, JOHN JEK MYN, 110 Wyoming ovenue. For Sale. XI SALE JOHNSON'S EMCYCLOPE- 1 aia, oigui volumes, mnr. oinuiuiff" oosc $1)0; for i&' cash: porl'ect condition, ohnson, DESIRABLE RESIDENCE FOR SALE Madison avenue below Green Ridge street; ten rooms; all modem conveniences; lot ISIxfO; barn and carriage shed. Price low and terms easy. Inquire M) Spruce street, paint store. jiOR SALE A BUTTER OR MEAT ' cooler 7x5M feet and two spring wagons. JOS. A MEAHS. LOTS FOR SALE HEALTHY AND pleasantly located; one mile from sta tion, on Main street. Inquire of O. CHAP MAN. Clark's Groef. Lnckawnnna Co., Pa Uuffulo Cnttlo Market. Tlnfralo. Aiirll 115. Cattle RocelDts. 2.- 00 head; ou pale, COO head; market opened IB to 25c. lower for all but prime hnndy Btock, which also wna easier; market closed very dull and weak; extra henvy steers. Siiuti.35: eood to prime shinning. 35.60 a6.7B; light to fair, M.7uafi.40: fair to choice neirera, suno; ao. cows, sa.diai. nogs ite celpts, 17.100 head; on sale, I7.2a0 head; market stead v: Yorkers. tri.30ii5.3Ti: ultrs. t5.20n6.30; good mixed, .'i.:t!iufi.40; mediums, IG.40aS.4R; heavy, troughs, Sf.2M.3u; stags, X3.zrxi4. snecp aim limits Ke celpts, 1,300 head; on sale, 1,800 head; mar ket weak; extra wool lambs, fi.75a6.S0; fair to good, t4.40ari.35: cllliDed lambs. 14.40a 6.25; wool aheep, fair to extra, $4a4.80; clipped sheep, $3.25a4. , Chicago Cnttlo Markot. Chicago. April IB. Cattle Receipts, 9,000 head: market strong: common to extru ters,M.10a6.30; storkers and feeders, 12.70; cows and bulls, $1.7506; calves, $2a4.7ft; Texans, S.25a5.25. Hogs Receipts, 24,000 head; market steady; henvy, $4.90a6.10; common to oholco mixed, 4.75a5.75; cholne assorted, f4.fJ0o6; lights, $4.S0a5; pigs, $4.2Ta 4.60. Sheep Receipts, 14,000 head; market Oil llllj , 111,1.1 1U. iv ,..w..w, ,.IU...U. ... ... $4.&Oa5.80. - Toledo Grain Market. Toledo. O.. April 15. Wheat Heoelpts, 10,471 bushels; shipments, 6,500 bushels; market higher; No. 2 red cash, bSMa.l May, 58c; July, 68HC.; August, 68io. Corn Receipts, 738 Dusneis; snipments, v.uuu bushels: market firm: No. 2 mixed May. 46c; No, S yellow cash, 45H Oats Re ceipts,, 3,961 bushels', hlpments, none; nothing doing. Clover Seed Receipts, ISO bags; shipments, oii Dags; no trading., , TIE S6K1TI1 BEDDING 61. '" 0 c DRY GOODS LOSS WALLACE 209 Washington Ave. CARPETS Latest lm Droved Process. Propoaala. "PROPOSALS WILL BB RECEIVED AT ine omco of John Jermyn, Priceburg, Pa., until April 20th, TO, for sinking two CO shafts, the size of one to be 11x20 feet, clear of buntons, and about 240 feet deep; the other to lie 10x18 feet clear of buntons and about 240 feet deep. We recorve the right to reject any or all bids. For further particulars apply at office. W. M. JERMYN, Supt. Agenta Wanted. AGENTS MAKE S10 DAILY SELLING AL unilnuin novelties; new process silver ware: bar ioods: biir line, the niw. wonder. ful metal; delivered free: sample in velvet lined case. 10c.; catalogue free. ALUMINUM iNUVCLTY CO., Wj Broadway, New York. A GENT8 HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER. 1 . sal Hair Curlers and Wavers (used with out heat), and "Pyr Pointod"Hair Pins. Lib ral commissions. Free sample and full par ticulars. Address P. O. Box 46tt. New York. -llfANTrD - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO v T Handle our line, no peddling. Balarr. 75 per month and expenses paid to all. Goods entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, 63US, Boston, Mass. Board Wanted. G1 ENTLEMAN DESIRES BOARD AND f lodging In central part of city. State A-ma ' -11 ' " ...... , i,- . . fV Horaea at Auction. I7RANK COBB WILL SELL GO HEAD OF A liors's. good workers and drivers, sev eral matched teams: (weight from 1,000 to 1.000) at auction on Tuesday, April 18, at bis HiAuies, Go. rtaymona court. Special Notices. TVOTICE-ON AND AFTER MAY 1. I ii will make a montnly tour or the follow ing places giving free open air advertising ex hibitions wllh the storcopticon: Taylorvllle, Hyde I Cnrk. Providence. Dickson Olvnhant. IVckville. Archbald, Jeriuyn. Exhibitions given in Wednesday and Friday of each weeK am ing ine montn, t ne rates ror anver tlsmg are $10 per month. Address E. H. Call, Tribune office, city. 'rlHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR." 1 Yon want this relic. Contains all of Frank Leslie's famous old War Pu-tures.ahow. lug the foroes In actual battle, sketched on the spot, two volumes, aim pictures, boiu on eaav monthly payments. Delivered hv ex press complete, nil charges prepaid. Address 1'. i). juiuin, va. Adams Ave., (Scranton, rn. WOULD LIKE TO CORRESPOND WITH some party d?sirlng to sell milk route. Address JOHN FOSTER, care station agent, Skinner's Eddy, Pa. BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA zines, etc, bound or rebound at Tub TninuNl office. Quick work. . Reasonable prices. Real Eatate. C' IClin BUYS GOOD SIX ROOM SIN( OlOUU house, lot 40x150, Albright uuc. 2,20fl buys adjoining double house, same alio lot Rear of these properties abut ou branch railroad to the numerous works in that bustling section. Robert llerriUeld, 310 Spruce street. SMALL FARM WANTED VE HAVE the names of soveral persons who want to buy small farms near Scranton. We exchange city property Hor country. COMEGYS A FRANZ' Houaea on Credit. H OUSK8 BUILT ON CREDIT. AD- dress lock box 21R, Scranton. Situation Wanted. WANTED - BY A MIDDLE AGED American widow, position as working housekeeper. Address Widow, Tribune of fice. BOOKKEEPER A LADY GRADUATE OF b leading college of commerce of Phila delphia, desires a position. Box 53, Hails ton. Pa. SITUATION WANTED - CORRESPOND- KJ ent xor a newspaper: wages uo oujeoE. Aiiaress, witu swmip, uua j-i uiywu, . SITUATION WANTED FOR WASHING, Ironing or cleaning by the day; washings t.lton home. n Cull or address "L. R." 3:U Sumner avenue, Hyde Park. YOUNG WOMAN WOULD LIKE A 8ITU atlon in dremmaklng establishment. Ad. dress M. WRIGHT, Old Forge, Lackawanna county. Pa. SITUATION WAM'ED STEADY, RELIA blonian wants position: has cousiderabls experience of counting bouse work; reference. Address "J. H ," Tribune office. OITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG O man as clerk, good references: had una rienoe in groceries and dry goods; attending buslneas college at present. Address "A. Z., Tribune office. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Physicians and Surgeons. Bit. o. bdoar dean has removed to sis spruce street, Scranton, to, (Just opposite Court House Square.) DR. A. J. CONNELL, OFFICE 201 Washington avenue, cor. Spruce street, over Krancke's drug stroe. Residence, 723 Vine St. Office hours: 10.30 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4. and 6,30 to 7.30 p. m. Sun day, 3 to 3 p. m. DR. W. B. ALLEN, 612 North Washington avenue,. 406FRED HAND, WILLIAM 3. HAND, Attorneys Rnu counsellors, uuinnou wealth building. Rooms It. 20 and 21. W. P. BOYLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Nos. l and 20, Burr building, .Washing ton avsaue. Ever Inaugurated in Scranton. TOUB per yard. Rugs and Carpets (Jive us a trial and see if wa - - and 604 Lack. m. Corner Adams. DR. C. L. FRET. PRACTICE LIMITED diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and! Throat: office, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi dence, 629 Vine street. DR. L. M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON avenue. Office hours, 8 to a. m., 1.39 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence 30 Madi son avenue. JOHN L. WENTZ. M. D OFFICES 61 and 63 Commonwealth building; resi dence 711 Madison ave.: office hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Sundays, 2.30 to 4, evenings at residence. A specialty made of diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat and gynecology. DR. KyTIoFpENNVeT; 1 to 3 P. M.J call 20G2. Dis. of women, obstretrlce an and all dis. of chll. Lawyers. JES9UP9 & HAND, ATTORNEYS AND. Counsellors at law, Commonwealtlx building, Washington avenue. W. H. JESSUP, HORACE E. HAND, W. H. JESSUP. JR. WtLLARD, WARREN-&KNAPP, AT torneys and Counsellors at Law, Re publican building, Washington ave nue, Scranton, Pa. C. R. PITCHER, ATTORN EY-AT law, Commonwealth building, Scran ton, Pa. . C. COMEGYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET. D. B. F.EPLOOLE, ATTORNEY LOANS negotiated on real estate security. 40s1 Bpruce street. B. P. KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 120 Wyoming ave.. Scranton, Pa. FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-Law. Room 6, Coal Exchange, Scran ton, Pa. JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-at-Law, rooms 63, 61 and 65, Common wealth building. SAMUEL wTedGAR, ATTORNEY-AT-Law. Office. 817 Spruce St., Scranton, Pa, L. A. WATRE9, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 423 Lackawana ave., Scranton, Pa. JA8. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY AT law, 45 Commonwealth bld'g, Scranton. J. M. C. RANCIC, 13fl WYOMING AVE. Schools. SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA. for collge or business; thoroughly trains young children. Catalogue at re quest. Opens September 10. REV. THOMAS M. CANN, WALTER H. BL'ELL. MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGAR ten and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pu pils received nt. all times. Next terra will open April 8. Dentists. DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT SPECIALTY' In porcelain, crown and bridge work, Odontothrenplo, Office, 325 North. Washington avenue. C. C. LAUBACH, SURGEON DENTIST, No. 116 Wyoming avenue. R. M. STRATTON, OFFICE COAL, Ex change. Loans. THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND Loan Association will loan you money on easier terms and pay you better on Investment than any other association. Call on S. N. Callender, Dime Banlc building. Seeds. O. R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDSMEN AND Nurserymen; store 146 Washington ave nue; green house. 1350 North Main ave-' nue; store tolephoe 702. Tens. GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BROS. Vire Screens. JOS. KUETTEL. 615 LACKAWANNA , n,,u U . . . . 1 1 , . . W ire Screens. Hotels and Restaurants. THE ELK CAFE. 125 and 127 FRANK- .... uu. naies reasonaute. f. ZIEULER. Proprietor. WESTMINSTER HOTEL. n XT iM.nTm lM..l.tA. Sixteenth St.. one block east or Broadway, at Union Square, New York. American plan, $3.50 per day and upward. SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & W. .i . ,...... i . i Vwm.ll.l UefUl. I.I1UUUUICU UH .,1V European plan, VICTOR KOCH, Prop. Architects. DAVIS & VON STORCH, ARCHITECTS. Rooms 24, 25 and 26, Commonwealth building, Scranton. E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICS rear of 606 Washington avenue. LEWIS HANCOCK, JR., ARCHITECT, 435 Spruce St., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton. BROWN & MORRIS, ARCHITECTS. Prloe building, m .Washington avenue Scranton. Miscellaneous. BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wea dlugs and conceit work furnished. For terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulberts musle store. MEOARQEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS' supplies, envelopes, paper Daga, twins. Warehouse, ISO Washington ave., Scran ton, Pa. FRANK P. BROWN ft CO WHOLE- sale dealers in Woodware, cordage ana Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave. THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac countant and auditor. Rooms u ana w, Williams Building, opposite postofllca. Agent toe tho Rex, SUre Extinguisher.