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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 21, 1896.
PELLS
For Bilioueand Nervous disorder! such as Wind and Pid.1 in the Stomach, Pick iSSS.
Jiddineaa.Fulla.es end Swelling after meals, Diszlu, and DrowelneseX'old Chill. Flushing
S HriJof ADitii Shortness of Breath. Convenes. Blotch. on tbebkin. Disturbed
Sleep. Frightful Dream, and. .U Nervona ana
toms are caufKNl nv couhtipsuou, uiu v
LIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES. Thie la no
on box of these rule, ana wey win am
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE
BEECHAM'S PILLS, tak.n aa directed, will quickly restore females to complete health
TV.. , rnm.,n. kkuvo obatrnctlona or irregularitiee of the system. For a
WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION. DISORDERED LIVER
they act like magic -a few doses wiU work wonders upon ths Vital organs; strengthening the
Muaculir Syatarn. restoring the Ion g lout omplfxicu, bringlue back the keen edge of appolite
anaaraingwitatbeResebdot Health the whole phyelc! energy of the human frame.
lhoM irV Ui ta adinitl-u bv thousands. In all cl.aaea of urioty. and oua of the beat guaran.
teeTto' the 5 "vous i"d Debilitated la that Bcechaaa's Fills have the Largest Sale ol any
Patent Medicine In tne wona.
WITHOUT A RIVAL.
tuc. at Drue Store, or will be aent by U.
York, poet paid, upon receipt price, duos
AN UNPRECEDENTED
BUSINESS BOOM
Nearly 400 Establishments Have Started
Up Since Election.
INCREASE IN TRADE EVERYWHERE
Clearing Home Exchanges Exceed
Those of 1892 by 0 Per CentIn
Nearly All Urnncb.es an Excessive
lUse in Prices is PresentedDc
mnnd Tor Freight Room.
New York, Nov. 20. R. Q. Dun &
Co. will say tomorrow In their weekly
review of trade:
The gain la volume of business con
tinues entirely without precedent. More
than 310 establishments have started
work since the election, which were
Idle, and at least 300 have increased
working forces. Every day thus adds
thousands to the number of those who
are able to buy a week's supplies, and
to make up gradually for many months
of enforced economy. Already this
brings (treat Increase In the volume of
business and the clearing house ex
changes, for the first time in several
years, not only exceed those of last
year by 10 per cent., but also exceed
those of the same week In 1892 by 9
per cent. Business men are all anx
ious to prevent anything like the fic
titious excitement of last summer, and
In nearly all branches an excessive
rise iu prices Is presented. But with
more hands at work there Is inevitably
a greater demand for supplies, mater
ials and products.
The speculative markets have been
reacting, which is also natural. Wheat
hud risen with wonderful rapidity, so
thut exports hud been checked by the
higher prices, and realizing started a
break which made the close 3g cents
lower for the week.
The demand for freight room, both
here and on the Pacific coast. Is still
so large as to disclose an extraordinary
foreign demand.
DECLINE IN COTTON.
Cotton has declined from 8 to 7.2
cents In spite of the starting of many
cotton mills, and the controlling- fact
of the moment Is that reports of a
yield smaller than 8,000,0tlu bales are
now entirely dlsproven. The quantity
now coming into sight has exceeded
last year's by 820,000 bales, and It is not
expected that the decrease In' the re
maining months of the year will bring
the aggregate below 8,600,000. In a
transition period, Industries record
gains slowly, but the slight decline in
prices of bessemer pig iron and of fin
ished products of Iron and steel is part
ly due to realizing on speculative pur
chases before the election, and partly
to the selling of nulls by jobbers below
the combination price. For most manu
factured products of Iron there is a bet
ter demand and a slow advance in
prices.
Shipment of boots and shoes for three
weeks of November have been 183.027
rases, against 14,178 last year, but
while the works have orders for some
time ahead, neither manufacturers nor
dealers are disposed to do much be
cause of the uncertainty about prices,
those of boots and shoes being about 11
per cent, above the lowest point. Leath
er 16.3 per cent, and hides 51.4 per cent.,
the latter again rising at Chicago. In
cotton and woolen goods no serious
change appears, though there is con
tinued weakness in cottons and print
cloths lire a sixteenth lower. Stocks of
wool purchased before and Immediate
ly after the election now prevent a fur
ther advance, but to Nov. 15 wool had
risen 10 per cent, on the average of 104
quotations by Coates Bros, since Sept.
- and much more at the west.
Failures for the week have been 344
In the United States against 320 last
year, and 40 in Canada against 42 last
year.
MUSICAL ALLIANCE.
Successful Sessions of the Lackawanna
and Wyoming Society Held at Fac
toryville Two Fine Concerts.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Factoryvllle, Nov. 20. This even
ing's grand concert closed one of the
most successful meetings the Lacka
wanna and Wyoming Musical alliance
has ever held. The attendance has
been very good, averaging a grand
chorus of about eighty fine voices. The
programme has been most successfully
carried out under the efficient leader
Fhlp of Professor Cogswell, of Mans
field State Normal school, who needs
no introduction to our music loving
people.
In Thursday evening's concert Miss
Jessie Phillips Is worthy of special
mention In a solo entitled "Sing, Smile,
Slumber." by Gounod. Miss Phillips
has a clear, strong and sweet voice, of
which she has excellent control.
At this evening's concert especial
mention is due Alfred J. Harber, Mr.
Cogswell, Mrs. Alfred E. Lister and
Mrs. H. T. Jayne. In Thursday even
ing's concert Professor Cogswell re
sponded to a hearty encore, and sang
In his genial manner "The Three Wise
Men."
In last night's concert Alfred J. Har
ber responded with a whistling solo,
and Professor Cogswell with a cornet
solo, both of which were deserving of
special mention.
Below Is given the programmes for
Thursday evening and last evening.
The "Hush A-Bye Song," with violin
obligato, by Cogswell, was composed
especially for the New York Symphony
club, and is now being sung by them.
In the same programme the grand
chorus entitled "Now the Evening
Bells," Is from the grand opera. "A
Night In Granada," and Is one of the
masterpieces:
THURSDAY EVENING.
1. Hymn, "Let Us Arise" Lorenx
2. Chorun from St. Paul, "But the
Lord Is Mindful" Mendelssohn
5. Quartette (ladles' voices), "The
Appeal" Palmer
(Solo, Mrs. Ayeri.)
Misses Kennedy, Gardner and Pike.
4. Chorus, "The Bright Crimson
Morn" , ....Verdi
E. Solo, "Sing, Smile, Slumber" ..Gounod
(Violin obligator. Miss Jessie Phillips.)
6. Quartette and Chorus, "Vesper
Hymn" ..; Bethoven
7. Lullaby, "Sleep, Darling, Sleep,"
Martin
8. Quartette (male voices), "The Sail
or's Dream" Lister
Messrs. Miller. Osborne Leonard, Warner.
5. Solo and chorus, "Almighty God,"
Mogart
J'E:""8 STi"i 'VTiTf'bE.
. . . :, ,
tt-tion. Every sufferer ia earnestly lu vited o try
Annual Sale over 6,000,000 Boxes.
8. Agent, B. F. ALLEN CO., m Canal St, New
irww uyv piniwww,
Duet and chorus. "Oh. That I Had
Wings" C'oneom
Solo, "Song of the Golden Sun-
ehinc" Cogswell
Chorus, "The Belfry Tower"... Halloa
FRIDAY EVENING.
fhnrim "KVtlvnt hvmn."
Ladles chorus,. "Angels' L,uiiuby,
Franx Abt
Solo, "The Mighty Deep". Harry Jones
Airreu j. namer.
Chorus, "Springtime" (Blue Dan
ube waltz) Strauss
Solo, "Hush-a-bye Song" (New),
cogswuii
lolin Obligator. Mrs. Alfred E. Lister.
s. Chorus, witn auinteue. "flow me
Kvenlmr Bells" Kreutzer
7. Solo, "The Echo Song" Eckel
Mrs. B. T. Jayne.
8. Chorus. "The t'urnovule" Kosslnl
9. Duet, "Night Hymn at 8?a."
A. Goring Thomas
Mrs. Jayne and Mr. Harber.
10. Chorus, "But the Lord Is Mindful
or His Own" (St. Paul).. Mendelssohn
11. Solo, "The Soldier's 8ong".Muscheroni
Mr. Cogswell.
12. Hvmn. "Broad Tho' th' Atlantic
Be" H. It. Palmer
Among the out-of-town people at
tending the alliance this week we no
ticed Mrs. B. T. Jayne, Mrs. S. S. Sea
mans, Walter F. Capwell, Alfred J.
Harber, Mrs. J. E. Lister, Scranton;
Mrs. H. B. Carpenter, New Mliford;
Mrs. M. E. Blakeslee, Lynn; Miss Ber
tha DeWltt. Falls; Miss Llllle E. Scho
fleld. West Plttston; Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Thayer, Nicholson; Mrs. Dr. Van Dor
en, Archbald; Professor H. E. Cogs
ell, Mansfield, Willis Lenord, Justus;
Mrs. E. J. Chapman, Clark's Green; W.
D. Osborn, Waverly; Miss G. R. Good
rich, Kingsley, Mrs. M. B. Ayers, Mont
rose; E. W. Smith, East Rush.
S. E. Gregory, of Lake Wlnola, fur
nished the grand upright Wiser piano
used In the alliance, and Miss Alice C.
Northup, of this place, as the accom
plished pianist for the meeting.
Standing room at last evening's con
cert as at a premium.
OLYPIIANT.
A most pleasureable event occurred
on Thursday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, on the
West Side, It being the fifth annivers
ary of their marriage. The interior of
the house was tastily decorated with
plants and presented an entrancing ap
peal a nee. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were
the recipients of many usetul presents
In wood, among them being a handsome
refrigerator, a set of dining room
chairs and a beautiful carved rocker.
The evening was passed In dancing
ana' card playing until midnight, when
a delightful repast was served to the
guests. Among those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Smith, Montrose; Mrs.
Mawhlney, Sayre; Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Steele, Providence; Mr. and Mrs.
D T. Rhlnevault, Carbondate; Miss
Georgia Smith, Syracuse, N. Y.; Mr.
and Mrs. John Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Maple Bell, Vernle Tuttle, AUle Bell,
Agnes Bell, Grace Barber, Peckvllle;
Mi. and Mrs. William Adair, Mr. and
Mrs. S. L. Ai t, Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Harris, Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Crans, Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Mathewson, Mr. and Mrs.W. L. Schlag
er, Mr. and Mrs. John Pettigrew, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Haines, Mr. and Mrs.
D. L. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Low
rey, Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sheridan, Mr. and
Mrs. George Barwlg, Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Mitchell, Mrs. George Watts, Misses
Emily and Jennie Davis, Ella Patten,
Gertrude Edwards, May McNicol, May
and Edith Hull. Edith Mason; D. L.
Jones, T. H. Kvans, Samuel McCabe,
Dr. F. L. Van Sickle. 8. M. Snook. Ar
thur Wlddowtleld, Elmer Barthold.
Episcopal services and Sunday
school will be held In Edwards' hall,
Blakely, tomorrow afternoon. Sun
day school at 3 o'clock. Evening
prayer and sermon at 4 o'clock. Rev.
Rogers Israel, of St. Luke's parish,
Scranton, will have charge.
Miss Mary Nealon, of Carbondale, Is
visiting relatives at this place.
Miss Mamie Spelcher. of Paterson,
N. J., Is the guest of Mrs. Martin Ly
nott, of Dunmore street.
Rev. Peter Roberts will occupy the
pulpit of the Congregational church to
morrow morning and evening.
NICHOLSON.
Dr. E. S. Wheeler and Edwin Steph
ens, who were hunting deer In Pike
county, about two weeks, returned the
first of the week, without having seen
one of the coveted animals, but with
greatly developed muscles of the low
er limbs.
The foundation for the new Univer
salis! church is nearly completed, and
the laying of the corner stone will take
place next Tuesday afternoon with ap
propriate ceremonies.
One of the most tantalizing things
to the Nicholson people lays In the
one lone arc light in front of Shields
& Hawks' stone mill. It keeps saying
to one, "Wouldn't you like one of us on
every street corner In the town?" Be
sides this one in front, there are three
arc lights within the mill.
Next Sunday will be observed In all
our churches as "Temperance Sunday."
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia. Nov. 20. The market con
tinued quiet, but prices showed no materi
al change. We quote: City smoked beef
llaliic; beef hams, $17.50h18, as to age una
brand; pork, family, $1ini10.50; hams, S.
P. cured, In tierces, SVJuB'ic; do. smoked,
luallc, as to average; sides, ribbed, in
salt, 4'vat'V. ; do. do. do. smoked, 6VaoV'.;
shoulders, pickle cured, SViajlic; do. do.
smoked, eHaGe. ; picnic hams, S. P.
cured, GHa&Hc; do. do. smoked, 6'4aM;c;
bellies in pickle, according to average,
loose, BV4a5ic; breakfast bacon, 7a7M.c.,
as to brand and average; lard, pure, city
refined, in tierces, Ga5Vc. ; do. do. do., in
tubs, Sa&Hc; do. butchers', loose, 4"-ia
4c.: city tallow, in hogsheads, 3.o.; coun
try do., 2a3Hc as to quality, and cakes,
394c
Buffalo Live Stock.
Buffalo, N. Y Nov. 20. Cattle Steady;
light steers, .7ua3.75. Veals Slow; Ma
6- heavy fed calves, $2.25a3.25. Hogs Ac
tive, stronger; Yorkers, good to choice,
3.e0a8.65; light lots, t3.6nal.70: pigs, 3.S0a
1.85; mixedp ackers, t3.30a3.60; mediums,
I3.40a3.45: extreme heavy, $3.S5a3.40. Sheep
and lambs Fairly active, 10c. higher for
Iambi, sheep steady to firm; good to
oholce native lambs, t4.45a4.60; fair to
good, $4.15u4.40 mixed sheep, good to
choice, $S.25a3.60; fair to good, S4.15a4.40;
mixed sheep, good to choice, t3.35a3.60;
common to fair, S2.75aS.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Nov. 20. -Cattle Market firm-to
lc. higher; common to extra steers, M.SOa
5.25; Blockers and feeders, t3.50a3.9S; cows
and bulls, $1.50a3.76; calves, 2.7Gaf, 2u; Tex
nns, I2.6ia4.2fi; western rangers, S2.30a4.
Uogs Market steady; heavy packing and
shipping lota, S3.05a8.35; common to choice
mixed, t3.10a3.40; choice assorted, t3.20a
3.35; light, tt.3Oa3.40; plgn, t2.50a3.30. Shu
Market steady; Inferior to choice, 12a
3.50; lambs, Wa4.7G.
Oil Market.
Oil City, Nov. 20. No quotations on op
tion; credit balances closed at 115.
MARKETS AND STOCKS
Wall Street Review.
New York, Nov. 20. Speculation at the
diock exenange was quiet, tne iransuc
tion amounting to only lli.SH tharcs. At
the opening the market was weakened
by a break in American Spirits Preferred
oi per cent, to w, and a runner reauc
tlon of he oer uounJ in Ruined Sugar,
which carded Sugar down to 1164. The
loimes In the general market were con
fined to narrow limits. The declining ten
dency waa checked soon after the open
ing by a sharp rise In Consolidated Gas
from 1(3 to 167. Sugar, after its early de
cline, rallied to U1 on purchases said
to be for the account of a prominent bear
operator. Aiier miiKlay tne marxet arm
ed into dullness, but tirlcea held tolerably
well. Near the close, however, the Gran,
gers were pressed for sale and declined
hinlK per cent. A decline In Wheat and
the Tallin goff In the movement of grain
had an adverse Influence. The heaviness
of these Issues weakened the General list,
although the pressure to sell was not pro
nouncd by any means. Speculation closed
weak In tone. Net changes show losses
oi niv per cent. Keauing, however.
1'ioneu m nigner on tne uay.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN. AL
LEN 4k CO.. stock broker. Mean bull
Ins. rooms TOt-701
Ooen- High- Low- cio
In. eat. eat. Ids'.
Am. Tobacco Co. ... 764 76 764 76'4
Am, voiion im lb id lo id
Am. Sugar Ref. Co.. 116 117i 116t 11M
Ateh., T. & 8. Fe. ... 15 15-i 15? 144
Atch., T. & 8. Fe. Pr. 2$ 25 24 24',
Ches. & Ohio 17H 17K 1V 1G
Chicago Gas 7714 77M, K 7tH
Chic. A N. W 105, 105 05 UK
Chic, B. A Q 180S, 80i 7M4 T
Chic, Mil. & St. P... 76 77 764 76?,
tnic, it. i. r-ac. ,, 71 7i? tv tvtt
Pel. & Hudson 128 128 128 12S
Dlst. & C. F IS'4 134 12S 12H
Gen. Electric 334 33 33 334
Lake Shore 15Vs 1H 154 15VJ,
Louis. Nash &0 60 50 60i
M. K. & Tex. Pr. .. K 28ft 2Sft 29ft
Man. Elevated 97 98 97ft 97ft
Mo. Pac 23ft 23ft 23ft 23ft
Nut. Cordage 6ft 6ft 6ft 6ft
j. central 107 107 107 107
N. Y. Central 95 96 95 95
N. Y.. 8. A W II 11 11 11
N. Y., 8. & W. Pr. ..28ft 28ft 28ft ItSft
Nor. Pac 15ft 15ft 16ft 15ft
Ont. & West 15ft 15ft 15ft 15ft
uinuna i 43 42ft 42
Pac. Mall 27'Z 27Ti 27 27
Phil. & Reading .... 31ft 31ft 3Uft 31ft
Southern R. R loft 10ft 10ft lO'.I
Southern R. R. Pr. 30 30 29ft 29ft
Tenn. J'. ft Iron ... 29ft 29 29 29
Texas Pacific 10ft 10ft 10ft 10ft
Union Pacific 10ft 10 10ft inft
Wabash 7ft 7ft 7ft 7ft
Wabash Pr 17ft ' 17ft 17ft 17ft
Western Union 87ft 87ft 87ft 87'4
JY- 81 8 W
1 . a. uemner 11 11 !4
U. S. Leather Pr. ... 67 67 6 66
U. 8. Rubber 24ft 24ft 24ft 24ft
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADH PRICES.
WHEAT. Open.- High- Low Cloa.
Ing. eat, est Inn.
December 76 77 75ft 7Rft
May 7ft 80ft 79 79ft
OATS.
December 18ft 18ft 18ft 18ft
May 2lft 26ft 26ft 26ft
CORN.
December 22ft 23ft f2ft 22ft
Aiay xuft 26'4 26ft
LARD.
January 3.85 3.92 3.85 3.90
May 4.07 4.12 4.07 4.10
PORK.
January .' 7.32 7.52 7.32 7.42
May 7.70 7.82 7.75 7.75
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations--All Quotation Based
on Par of 100.
Name.
Dim Dep. DIs Bank
Bid. Asked.
140 ...
scranton Lace curtain co
National Boring ft Drilling Co ..,
First National Bank (50
Scranton Jar ft Stopper Co.
Elmhurst Boulevard Co
Scranton 8avlngs Bank 200
Bonta Plate Glass Co
Scranton Packing Co
Lackawanna Iron ft Steel Co. ...
Third National Bank 350
60
IS
100
en
10
250
150
'so
2
SO
inroop novetiy ati g. 10,
Scranton Traction Co,
Scranton Axle Works
15
Lack' a Trust ft Safe Dep. Co. 14S
Economy Bieam Heat at
Power Co
BONDS.
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918
Scranton ft Plttston Trac. Co.
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1924
Dickson Manufacturing Co. ..
Lacka. Township School 6..
City of Scranton St. Imp. 69J.
Borough of Winton 0
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scrarton Traction Co
Economy Steam, II. ft P. Co..
110
110
110
100
102
109
100
85
100
9i
1W
Xcw York Produce Market.
New York, Nov. 20. Flour Dull, steady,
unchanged. Wheat Dull, easier; f. o. b.,
93ftc; ungraded red, 82a93ftc. No. 1 north,
ern, 87V; options closed weak at lfta
lftc. below yesterday- January, 86ftc,;
March, K7ftc; May, 84ftc; November,
SlVfccc. ; lMji;mber, 84ftc. Corn Spots
dull, weaker; No. 2 at 28ftc elevator;
29ftc afloat; options were less active und
weak at ftaVjc. decline; November, 2S'i;
December, 28c.; May, 32ftc. Oats Spots
quiet, easier; options dull, weakur; De
cember, 22:,ic; May, 2Dic.; spot prices.
No. 2 at 22'iic; No. 2 white, 25'ic; No. 2
Chicago. 23ftc; No. 3 at 20.c; No. 3
white, 22l.u.; mixed western, 22a2lc; white
do., 24a32c.; white state, 24a32c. Provi
sionsSteady, quiet, firm. Butter Choice
firm, moderate receipts- state dairy, 11a
19c; do. creamery, 13fta21c. ; western
dairy, 8a13c.; do. creamery, 13fta22c; do.
factory, 7u7fto.; Elglrs, 22c: Imitation
creamery, 10ftal5c ; rolls, 10a14c. Cheese
Quiet, unchanged. Eggs Firmer; stato
and Pennsylvania, 22u2tic; ice house, 1'i'wH
18c; western fresh, 22a24c; do. case, S2-25a
5; southern, 22a22ftc; limed, 16ftal8c.
Chicago Grain and Provision Market.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 20. Futures ranged
ns follows: Wheat November, 75ftc,
75',ic; December, 7tfc, 75ftc; May, 79ftc,
79ftc. Corn November, 22ftc, 22ftc; De
cember, 22ftc, 22ftc; May, 26ftc, 26ftc;
Uats November, 18c, 18c; December,
ISftc. 184,,c.; May, 21ftc, 21fte. Mess
pork December, 1C-25. S5.35; January,
7.32ft, 37.42ft; May, 37.70. t7.76. Lard-De-cc-mber.
$3., t3.67ft; January, $3.85, S3.90;
May, S3 07ft, 14.10. Short ribs December,
tU.2ft, S3.62ft; January, 3.65, 33.70; May,
33.H7ft, 13.90. Cash quotations follow:
Flour, quiet, steady; No. 2 spring wheat,
75n777c; No. 3 do., 76fta77c. b. s.: No. 2
red, SgftaSSftc.; corn, 22fta23ftc; oats, 18'ia
18ftc; rye. 36fta37c; barley, 37c. nominal;
ax seed, t7.(0a7.45; timothy seed, t2.55 nom
inal; mess pork. t6.40a6.45; lard, t3.70a3.75;
short ribs sides, t3.50a3.S0; shoulders, tl.25a
4.50; short clear sides. t3.87ftat4; whiskey
and sugars unchanged.
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STOCKHOLDERS' .MEETING.
WUERK WILL BE AN ADJOURNED
a
Scranton Boddtng Co., Nov. X7th. IMS, at 10
o'clock a. m at tbelr office, 60S and SM Lacka
wanna avenue, Scranton. Pa,, for the pur
poie of amending br.lawa, changing date of
annnai m-etlne of stockholders from Nov.
lOtb to third Tuesday of Jena.-ry of each
year and having the fiscal year end Dec. Slat.
Auditors will be appolnt-d at thin meeting.
T.a. BEATON, Secretary. ,
Oil CENT
A WORD.
WANTS) OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
18 MADS NO CHARGE. WILL BE LESS
THAN z5 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS. WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
HELP WANTED MALES.
9
PER HUNDRED. CASH. PAID FOR
eoileettna names: blank boot Bowing nuu
names, nlth Instructions. 10c, Also list 400
other Arms wtao bar names. DAVIS CO..
Spring Valley. Minn.
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r ANTED - TRUSTWORTHY PERSON
1 to travel. alare. 1780 and aznanaea.
Refers noe. Eneloae aelf-addresssd atauned
envelope. MANAGER, Bos P, Chicago.
AN ENERGETIC YOUNO MAN CAN 8K
cure permanent position; 170 a month
and expenses. Address Lock Box 848, Phila
delphia, Pa,
SA L3SMEX K ERCHANTS' TRAI9E; $30
a week; new, quick, good; light samples
free; aide line or exclusive, Mfra., 8941 Mar
ket street, Phila.
tlANTED-AN IDEA. WHO CAN THINK
V of some simple thing to patent? Pro
tect your Ideas; thev may bring you wealth.
Write JONH WEDDERBURM ft CO.. Dept.
C 23, Patent Attorney, Washington. D, C.
for tbelr 11800 prize offer and list of JUOinTon
tions wanted.
WANTED AS AGENT IN EVERY SEC
tlon to canvaaa: 84.00 to Si 00 a day
mad ; sells at sight; also a (tan to sell Staple
Goods to dealers: best side tin $76 month;
salary or large commission mado: experience
nnneoeasary. Clifton Soap and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
very town to solicit stock subscrip
tions: a monopoly ; big money for agents: no
capital required. EDWARD C FISH ft CO,
Borden Block, Chicaco, IU.
HELP WANTED FEMALES.
1 ZPERIENCED SALESLADIES WANTS U
i- at "THE PARIS," 400 Uokawanna
venue,
LADIE8-1 MAKE BIO WAGES DOING
pleasant home work, and will gladly send
full particulars to all sending 2 cent stamp.
MISS M. A 81EBBIN8, Lewreuce, Mica.
WANTED LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN
ton to sell and introduce Snyder's cak
king: experienced canvasser preferred; work
permanent and very profitable. Writ for
particulars at one and set benefit of holiday
trad. T. & BNYDEB ft CO- Cincinnati, a
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENER
tio saleswomen to represent us
Guaranteed fu a day without lnterferriug
with other dntien. Healthlul occupation.
Write for particulars, enclosing stamp. Mango
Chemical Company, No. 72 John Street, New
York.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-HALF OV DOUBLE HOUSE;
modern improvemeota; rent reasonable;
corner of Pine and Blakely streets. Dunmore.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
DOUBLE HOUSE. 80S AMD 807 QUINCY
avenue, ton rooms each aid, and two
single houses, 901 and 90S Quineev avenue.
to T J' UUUQAN' Jloraf' Library
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
W.
R. EDWARDS HAS KEMOVEb HIS
llverv from Ravmond court to 124
Linden street Dead animals Removed free of
charge. Telephone 97
LOST
T OST-Y. M. G A. GOLD MEDAL. BK.
Ij ward for return. T.J. QUINNAN, 815
Bpruoe street. t
LOST-A BLACK AND WHITS BE ITER
setter dog pup. four months' old and
about a foot ia height; a suitable reward will
be paid for return of aame to DR. JOHN L.
WENTZ, 725 Madleon aveuu.
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CLEARING
SALE OF
s9
LADSE
Night Gowns at 75c, Former Price $1.25.
Night Gowns at $1.00, Former Price $1.50.
Night Gowns at $1.50, Former Price $2.25.
Night Gowns at $2.00, Former Price $3.00,
Skirts at 75 cents. Former Price $1.25.
Skirts at $1.00, Former Price $1.50.
Skirts at $1,25, Former Price $2.00.
Corset Covers at 15c, Former Price 22c.
Corset Covers at 29c, Former Price 40c.
Corset Covers at 40c, Former Price 65c.
- Corset Covers at 65c, Former Price $1.00.
Drawers at 25c, Former Price 40c
Drawers at 50c, Former Price 75c.
Drawers at 65c, Former Price $1.00.
Drawers at 90c, Former Price $1.50.
These good 9 are in perfect condition, are of the latest style, and are from one ol the beat maniilao
turers in the business. We quote these prices to close out our stock, quickly.
CONNOLLY
AGENTS WANTED.
gntTlocal""! TRAVELINO?
outfit free; big money: excluaive terri
tory; uo capital; on agent cl-ai-d one day
173.40; so ran yon; our aafea aell t aigbt; city
or country. ALPINE SAFE AND LOCK
CO.. Cincinnati, O.
ANTED PERMANENT SAMPLE Dis
tributors evarvwhere: both sexes;
good pay. Encloa stamp. U88aVAruAsa.
CO., Chicago.
WANTED-I.IVB PEOPLE IN EVERY
Y locality at tlx weekly salary and si-
Pinsee t take orders for Christmas Ooods.
ermanent employment if right. MANUFAC
TURER, P. O. Box 6008. Boston, Mas.
Wi
ANTED-OENERAL AOENTM IM EV.
arv eonntv: also ladv canvaaaera: so ins-
thing new; sure seller; apply quick. J. C
rJlL,B,MT, li Adams avenue, acraaton, ra.
AOENTS-WHAT ARE YOU OOIN'O TO
do boat Sf Cltlsenshlp-pricell. Go
ing by thousands. Address, NICHOLS,
Napervlll. III.
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
glod, silver, nickel ana copper electro
plasters; price from S3 upward: salary and
expanse paid: outfit free. Address, with
stamp, MICHIGAN MFG CO., Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL G1GAR8 TO DEALERS;
f2S weekly and expenses: experience un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED 11 FQ CO.. 48
Van Buren St.. Chicago,
SALESMAN TO CARRY RIDE LINE; 25
par cent. coimuiHkion: sample book mailed
free. Addres L. N. CO., fetation L, New
York.
FOR SALE.
JPOR SALE A SILVER-PLATED CONN
double bell euphonium, nicely engraved
with trombone bell, gold lined: neurit new
and coat 100: will sell at a bargain. Address
this week to E. W. GAYLOR, LaRayavlUe,
Pa.
FOR SALE-HORSE, AOED SIX YEARS,
weight VOW tcucae; can b seen at llttl
Pric street. .
UOB SALE MY COTTAGE AT ELM
r burst snd th four lota on which it
stands; also the four lots adjoining: moetde
slrall location in Elm burst: prices reasona
ble: term easy: possession given at once. E.
P. KINGSBURY. Commonwealth Building,
Scranton. I'a.
FURNISHED ROOM WANTED.
W'anteiTXfIjk
room, with heat; molsrate price. Ad
dress, with particular, A. B., Triuuu ofiioe.
"THE PARIS"
400-402 Lackawanna Avenue, Opposite the Wyoming.
SCRANTON. PA.
TODAY wc will open our store at 400-402 Lackawanna avenue, opp.
the Wyoming House, as a first-class
CLOAKS and MILLINERY
Establishment, Exclusively.
aTrimmed Hats and Ready-to-Wear Cloaks
are our Specialties.
NO TRASH.
M Prill TM ntlfl PI1VP class ot goods at reasonable prices
iHCLiuiTi anu rnL, arc .j,,, on, klnd of 00d8 we
will keep. We shall never use any unluslncss-like or faking inducements
in order to get your trade. We shall solicit your patronage on tbe merles of
our goods, prices and honorable business dealings, We shall never trim a
hat for you free of char??, as by do:n; this we would have to overcharge
)0n In the trlmmlniW in order to make up tbe difference, and tills WC
Will not do. All our trimmed hats will be trimmed by experienced
FRENCH TRIMMERS
nd not by amateurs or millinery apprentices.
In our Cloak Department we shall keep nothing but
Tailor-Wade Garments
and sell no garment below cost in order to blind you thereby, in such a way
obtain your confidence and then overcharge you on the garment yon
desire to buy.
01 PRICE TO ALL !
Good Goods. Seasonable Prices. Honorable Business Dealings
b our principle and thereby we expect to get your patronage and OUCe SO
received, bold It, as well as the reputation of being one of the most re
liable exclusive Cloak and Millinery stores in the United States.
"THE PARIS"
400-402 Utter.:, avsni Opposite WjoirJng Ho
Si-
mm OHDERWEAR
& WALLACE,
REAL ESTATE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR SCRANTON
real eatate; convenient; central city
avenue lota and bouse for sal; prices low;
terms eaay; time given; title perf act; house
nd apartment for rent
JONES, 311 Spruce Street
WANTED.
SECOND-HAND FURNACE TO HEAT A
hotel Call or address ANTHRACITE
HOTEL, ill Wyoming av.nue.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWINO
nails cured without th least pain or
drawing blood Consultation and advice given
free. . M. HETSKL. Chiropodist, XV Lack,
awanna avenu. Ladle attended at their
residence If deairrd. Charge moderate.
CITY SCAVENGER.
AB. BRIOGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
. and ces pools: rn odor; Improved
pumpa need. A, BRIOOB. Proprietor.
Leave order 1109 North Main avenue, or
Erckee' drag store, corner Adams and Mul
berry. Telephone 4634.
CLAIRVOYANT.
KNOW THY FUTURE MRS. DR. STAN
lev. By visiting the greatest and most
celebrated and only true, reliable spiritual
medium In the world, reveals your past life,
describes the preaept, foretells the future,
tells name in full of th on you will marry,
mak.s cliarme for the auoc.se of those who
have failed or are unlucky iu love affair or
In buainesa; cures drinking habit. Ladlee
only. Price 60o, 81 00 and up. 215 Lacka
wanna avenu. aeco id floor.
REDEMPTION OF BONDS.
Oi-rici or Simpson ft Watkins, I
Scranton, Ps , Nov. ItU. Ibis). (
JVOTICE IS HEREBY UIVUN THAT IN
1 accordance witn the provisions of the
mortgage of The M omit Lookout 4'oal Com-
fsny to the Scranton Mavinga Bunk and Trust
ompaoy, trustor, that bonds of tbe said coal
company, numbered W, 64, 46 60 and i7 have
been designated by lot tuls day for redomp
tlon, and will b redeemed at par and Inter
est upon pniscntatlon at tbe Scranton Sav
ings Band snd Trust Company. Tho Interest
cease on tne abova-nunibjrsa. bonds oa D
ceinber 1, 1890.
THE MOUNT LOOKOUT COAL CO.,
BY C. D. Slill'bON, Treasurer.
Wall
ace
- At a
Great Reduction
Z&h'
SPECIAL NOTICES.
rp HE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
i You want tbia relic. Contain all of
Frank Lee lie' famous old war pictures .show
ing theforce In actual battle, sketched on tbe
spot Two volumes, 2.001 picture. Sold on
easy monthly pavm.nte. I'ellvered by ex
press complete, all charge prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, t22 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
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SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
lady at general housework, M. W,
THOMAS, liaoTafsyett street.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNO
k' man as a bottler; S year' experience; un
derstands soda fountains. Addreae E, A. M.,
Tribnue office.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GOOD GBR
O man girl to do general housework. 811
Birch street.
SITUATION WANTP.D-BY A WIDOW AS
housekeeper In email family; can giv
good references. C. Q., 1340 N. Wyoming are.
WANTED BITUATION BY A COLORED
man a fireman: 18 year' exporlono
and good reference from laat employer. Ad
dress FIREMAN, 836 Dlx court.
SITUATION WANTED GOOD REFER
noes. Address, P, J. A 432 Oakford
court.
SITUATION WANTED - WASHING,
O Ironing or cleanlug. MRS. KEY WOOD,
Fairfield Park, Scranton, Pa.
IADY BOOKKEEPER WANTS A BITL'A
J tion; good reference. Address S1U, post
offlc. SITUATION WANTED N EEDLE WORK
done at homo or out; have my own f Inz
er machine; also lace curtains cleaned. MRS.
KEY WOOD Fairfield atreet. Scrauton.
iilTUATION WANTED BY A BOY. AGED
9 17 good education; will work at any
thing. Address immediately J. D., Tribune
office.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GOOD USE.
ful fireman on the small engiun and boil
er; would like to work; 4 yenra experience.
Address J U. Barth, Lock Box 840, Wilkes.
Barre, Fa
CITUATION WANTED PROFESSIONAL
O bookkeeper, at liberty 4 houis daily, is
open to sccept an engagement, morning or
evening, to work, audi, and balance a set of
double uniry books, on very low terms. Ad-
qress v. u I rioune omce.
SITUATION WANTF.D BARKEEPER'S
position wanted by sober and experienced
man, capable of takmx charge, if required)
f all or address FRANK LAWRENCE, 420
North blxtli street.
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