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TIIE SCR ANTON TUIBUNE-TIIUKSDA.Y MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1896.
2
SECRETARY CURTIS' "
NEW YORK VISIT
No Information Can Be Obtained at the
Department
PLAUSIBLE THEORIES ADVANCED
The Visit May Have Been Made in
Connection with the Proposed lte
newal of the Itsunnce of ISold Cer
tificatesConfernco at the Sub
Treasury in New York.
Washington, Nov. 2.".. Assistant Sec
retary Curtis hus bwn In New York
two Unys, but will be tit his dosk again
Friday. No information in vouchsafed
at the department ns to th cause for
his visit to New York, but it Is believed
to be In connection with the proposed
renewal of the issuance of cold certifi
cates. It was generally understood at
the department that upon the return
of the ussistant secretary. Secretary
Carlisle would Issue an order permitting
the resumption of this practice, he hav
ing authority under the net of July 12,
1SS2, to stop the Issue of Bold certifi
cates whenever the reserve full below
the one hundred million mark. The
cessation of this Issue has happened
frequently during the past four years,
but It Is now believed that the ordinary
course of business will not interfere
with a practice that has been found
convenient for the banking institutions
of the country and particularly for
those In the large cities.
There has been no stable gold bal
ance since 1893. When Secretary Car
lisle took hold of the treasury In March,
18SI3, there were $116,000,000 of gold cer
tificates outstanding, but they have
been steadily withdrawn. When the
first suspension of the Issue of gold
certificates occurred there were $114,
000,000 outstanding. This happened In
April, WJ3. After the sale of bonds the
gold reserve was recouped, but only
temporarily. On two occasions the Is
sue of gold certificates was resumed,
but It was stopped at both times with
in two or three days after the order was
made permitting them. Then the sec
retary decided not to again direct their
Issue until the balance was stable and
devoid of fluctations that had marked
It through a period of many months.
Today the outstanding gold certifi
cates aggregate only $39,588,139. The
'ssue proposed consists of denomina
tes of $5,000 and $10,000, and will be
Issed to such persons as deposit the
gold In the tressury upon which they
nre issued. These Issues are largely
used by banks as a part of their reserve
fund and enable them to carry a large
amount of the equivalent of gold with
out the bulk of the article Itself and
without the attendnnt losses by abra
sion, etc.
CONFERENCE AT NEW YORK.
New York, Nov. 2"i. Assistant Treas
urer Curtis, Assistant Treasurer Jor
dan and 1'reBldent Tappen, of the Gal
'atin National bank, conferred for near
ly a hour in the sub-treasury today.
None of the gentlemen would state,
when the meeting was over, what sub
ect had been under discussion, but
there were any number of rumors In
the street as to what has occurred.
One report had it that the conference
tvas held for the purpose of obtain
ing facts on the financial condition of
the country for use in the president's
forthcoming message to congress. An
other report was that the gold reserve
was the matter under discussion, thnt
Viho administration was desirous of
having at least $100,000,000 gold in the
treasury when It retired, and wished,
therefore to get the views of prom
inent financiers on the situation.
The likelihood of the syndicate, or
ganized last si.ring by President Tap
pen to prevent gold from going abroad,
continuing Its efforts to keeu gold in
this country In the event of the bal
ance of trade shifting, was also dis
cussed, according to rumor, as wus
the reported Intention of Secretary Car
lisle to Issue gold certificates.
CONFIRMED BY LATER GOSSIP.
Later gossip. In a measure, confirms
the statement that Mr. Curtis' visit
was In connection with the proposi
tion for the resumption of the Issue
of gold certificates by the treasury.
Many reuuests for the Issuances for
certificates have been made. No cer
tificates have been issued since 1893,
when the gold reserve In the treasury
fell below $100,000,000. The law says
no certificates shall be Issued when the
gold reserve Is -less than $100,000,000.
It has been placed above that sum
since 1895.
Mr. Curtis would not speak of his
talk with Conrad N. Jordan, the as
sistant United States treasurer.
TESTING THE CAMPBELL ACT.
Widow of n Murdered Man lirings
Suit for Damages. . -
Philadelphia, Nov. 25. Josephine C.
fohnson.the mother of William J. John
ion, who was killed by Joseph L. Se
qulne during a brawl in the latter s
saloon, today brought suit in the com
mon pleas court against the accused
murderer for $10,000. Sequlne will prob
ably he placed on trial for the murder
on Friday. The affair occurred on Oct.
12, 1895, when Sequlne hit Johnson in
the head with a mallet, injuring him
so badly that he died.
The action for damages Is brought
Under what is known In England as
the Lord Campbell act, and which per
mits the widow, mother, brother or any
dependent on a murdered person to sue
lor support.
GR0VER CLEVELAND'S BIRD.
The President Will Dine on Thirty
one Pound Turkey.
Washington, Nov. 25. The president
Of the United States and nearly all his
official advisers will pass Thanksgiv
ing day in this city in a quiet way.
The president and Mrs. Cleveland will
attend divine services in the morning
and eat Thanksgiving dinner in the
executive mansion in company with
their three little girls.
The principal dish at the dinner will
be a choice turkey from the stock of
Horace Vose, of Rhode Island. The
bird arrived by express this morning.
It weighs 31 pounds, and is described as
the fattest and handsomest bird Mr.
Vose has presented. It is by no means
the biggest one, for the peerless bronze
turkeys not rarely attain the weight of
85 to 48 pounds.
MADE A FIREBRAND OF A D00.
Beriom Danger to Many Buildings
Through n Cruel Trick.
Danville, Pa., Nov. 25. A serious fire
was narrowly averted here by the kill
ing of a dog that some unknown mis
creant had set on Jlre and then turned
loose upon the street.
The dog, which was quite a large
animal, with thick hair, was flrBt soak
ed with kerosene and then a match
was applied. The poor brute, a mass
of flame, ran howling plteously up the
street, and in a paroxysm of pain and
fright plunged through a cellar win
dow In the home of Emanuel Price.
Luckily Mr. Price managed to shoot
the dog before the flames were spread.
INSANE PERSONS MALTREATED.
Outrages In Vermont State Institu
tions Are Officially Reported.
Montpeller, Vt., Nov. 25. The special
committee which was appointed some
time ago to Investigate the manage
ment of the state Institutions for the
Insane at Waterbury made Its report
to the legislature today.
It severely tcsrw the state supervis
ors of the insane. Dr. W. H. Olddlngs,
superintendent of the asylum, and oth
ers. The report says the food furnish
ed was insufficient in quantity and in
ferior in quality.
The report finds that Dr. Glddings
himself strapped and choked patients.
It further jlnds that patients were
kept In a nude condition In rooms bar
ren of furniture and having cement
floors. These patients were allowed no
rugs, and the rooms, the report charg
es, re unheated in cold weather.
BETRAYED AND SHOT HER,
Then the Murderer Endrd His Own
Life with n Ilulli t.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 25. The
bodies of Herman Myers and Nora A.
Richardson were found In front of a
vacant house early this morning In a
pool of blood. There wns a revolver ly
ing alongside of Myers. Two gaping
wounds In the girl's back and one In
her breast told the story of a murder,
while a hole in Myers' left temnle in
dicated that he had killed hims-lf af
ter taking the girl's life.
From letters found on Myers' body.
It is apparent that he had betrayed the
girl under promise of marriage. All of
the letters begged Myers to make his
promise good "before her shame should
become known to the world," and the
letter of most recent date threatened
him with prosecution if he did not
speedily make good his promise. It Is
supposed that they met last night ami
that the tragedy was the outcome of
a dispute.
Miss Richardson was the only daugh
ter of a prosperous farmer living about
five miles northeast of the city. How
the couple came to be In the distant and
lonely part of the city where the
tragedy occurred is a mystery, the only
explanation being that Myers lured
her there for the purpose of murdering
her,
WELL DRESSED, YET HUNQRY.
George Brown's Excuse lor Stealing
Miss Ahrants' Purse.
New York, Nov. 23. While Miss M.
Ahrants was shopping in Dutton's book
store, Twenty-third street, near Fifth
avenue, this afternoon, a saleswoman
?aw George Brown, of New Brunswick,
N. J remove a pocketbook from Miss
Ahrants' satchel. She gave the alarm
and Brown tried to replace the purse.
He was prevented by a floor walker
and arrested by an otflcer. The purse
contained $25.50 and Brown was charg
ed with grand larceny In Jefferson Mar
ket court.
He made a pitiable plea of poverty
and hunger. His appearance belled
this. He was attired in a stylish suit
of expensive goods and wore a costly
overcoat. He carried an ivory handled
sun umbrella that any well disposed
pawnbroker would have advanced $5
on willingly. He wore gold rimmed
spectacles and seemed to be a man of
education and refinement. Magistrate
SImms committed the defendant in
$1,000 bail to answer.
BREAK IN THE SALVATION ARMY.
Captain Turner Itesigns and Will
Join American Volunteers.
Chicago, Nov. 25. What may lead to
a big disruption in the ranks of the
Salvation army was Inaugurated Sun
day night at La Grange, when Captain
Turner resigned at a public meeting.
Captain Turner cume from Scotland a
few months ago to stem the tide of sol
diers who were deserting the army and
joining the Volunteers of America. She
is recognized as one of the leaders of
the army, and her resignation, It is
thought, will cause consternation In the
ranks .
Captain Turner made application to
Colonel Fielding yesterday to Join the
Volunteers of America. Her reason
for so doing, it is said, Is the alleged
bitterness existing against the Volun
teers among the Salvation Army offi
cers. In quitting the old army Cap
tain Turner arraigned Its commanding
officers In bitter terms. She said the
Salvation army had drifted away from
the cause for which it was founded in
its endeavor to crush the Volunteers.
GIRL'S BATTLE WITH AN EAGLE.
Went to the Defense of n Seven Year
Old and Was Attacked.
Catawissa, Pa., Nov. 23. Seven-year-old
Nettle Hinkle was yesterday at
tacked by a large bald eagle In the
Quakeake valley. Her screams
brought Miss Jennie McDowell, aged
16 years, to her assistance. Miss Mc
Dowell struck the bird with a stick,
when it swooped down on her head
and shoulders, tearing the flesh and
clothing.
The eagle repeated the attack half a
dozen times, when the young woman
thrust a large steel hat-pin Into the
big bird's neck and breast and suc
ceeded In killing it. Miss McDowell's
face, hands and arms were torn by the
eagle's talons.
ESCAPING JAIL BIRD FALLS.
His Hope of Blaukets llroke as He
Was Scaling the Wall.
Willlomsport, Pa., Nov. 25. James
Raymond, one of the four men cap
tured in a swamp near Morris Run
about four weeks ago, and who yester
day confessed to having dynamited the
safe In the Northern Central station at
Roaring Branch, made a desperate and
almost successful attempt to break Jail
here last night.
With a heavy Iron hook ho dug the
bricks out of the floor of his cell and
made a hole Into the cellar, got out
Into the Jail yard and was then foiled
by his rope of blankets as he climbed
the wall.
He was finally captured fast asleep
In the tower of the Jail.
ATTEMPT ON A REPORTER'S LIFE.
Four Shots Fired in a Newspaper Of
fice at Springfield.
Springfield, 111., Nov. 25. For a par
agraph which appeared In the State
Register a few days ago. John Fillson,
a well-known young man about town,
entered the editorial rooms of the pa
per tonight and tired four shots at Kin
mett Johnson, a reporter, the author
of the item.
The bullets went wide of the object
of the would-be murderer's wrath, but
a great deal of excitement was created
in the neighborhood of the Register
office.
Fillson was arrested and taken to the
station. .
JOHNSTOWN FLOOD AN ACT OF GOD.
So Constrned by a Judge Who Re
fused to Awnrd Dii mages.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 25. The suit of
Mrs. Agatha 13. Edson against the
Pennsylvania Railroad companv to re
cover $500, the value of baggage which
she lost in the Johnstown flood, was
decided against her in Judge Neely's
court today.
The court held In effect that the
great Hood, which cost so many lives
was the act of God, and that a railroad
company whose property was destroyed
along with the property of others In
trusted to it as a common carrier Is
not liable.
DISTURBED BY GHOSTLY NOISES.
Man Who Slept in the Haunted Camp
Heard Fearful Sounds.
Iron Mountain, Mich., Nov. 25. R.
Wolf, proprietor of the haunted camp
near Gerondale, Mich., recently offered
$25 to anyone who would sleep over
night there.
A party accepted this offer. They
heard the rattling of dishes and other
uncanny noises. While they were In
the house silence reigned, but pande
monium broke out as soon as they left.
The mystery is as great as ever.
CONVENTION OF
COUNTY OFFICIALS
The Ccramlssloosrs Ari la Session at
Reading.
IMPORTANT PAPER BY JUDGE KNAPP
Culls Attention to the Defects in the
Registry Act of May S, 1891 Dis
cussion as to the Imposition of Costs
on Justices of Pence in Petty Cases.
Next Convention at Gettysburg.
Reading. Ta. Nov. 23. The second
day's session of the state convention
of county commissioners convened at
10 o'clock this morning. The question
"should constables be paid by making
returns to court" was decided nega
tively in accordance with the law of
1SU3.
"Should costs be imposed o Justices
of the peace in petty cases reSrned by
them to court without sufficient cause,"
was discussed, and it was decided that
this hhould be done, but that in order
to do so the law would have to be
changed.
A question as to what constituted the
traveling expenses of the commission
ers was explained in a decision handed
down from the supreme court, stating
thnt they should be paid by actual
traveling done in transaction of busi
ness, and not for attending board meet
ings. It was decided that the May
registration cuuld bo dispensed with.
It. F. Hopwnrd, of Vniontnwn, read a
paper entitled "some legislative sug
gestions." It was written by ex-Judge
Kunpp, of Scranton. He calls atten
tion to defects in the registry not of
May 29, 1S91.
A resolution was presented by W.
Oscar Miller, asking that the law in
criminal cases be changed so that here
after when an unfounded criminal
ehnrge Is brought before a Justice of
the peace, or committing magistrates,
that the costs thereof, in nil misde
meanors be placed upon the prosecutor.
The resolution was adopted by a vote
of 49 to 14.
TO ABOLISH FEE SYSTEMS.
A resolution offered by Berks com
missioners was adopted asking that the
constitution of the state should be
amended providing proper classification
of cities and counties of the common
wealth to permit all county officials to
be paid salaries instead of by fees.
It was decided to have but one reg
istration and that it begin on the first
Monday In August. This was framed
by the Berks commissioners. It was
also decided to change the time of the
triennial assessment to the first Mon
day in September.
Warren county commissioners asked
that the legislature be asked to amend
the law so that one registration a
year shall be made of voters Instead of
twice a year as now required. This
was agreed to.
J. H. Smith, of Hollldaysburg. pre
sented a resolution "that a law be rec
ommended making all county, school,
borough, township and road taxes a
tlrst lien upon the real estate against
hlch they are assessed " Adopted.
The next convention will be held at
Gettysburg, the time to be fixed by the
executive committee. Adjourned.
THE HUNGARIAN DIET.
A Protest Agninst Its Being Opened
by the Kmpcror at His Palace.
Budapest, Nov. 25. In the lower
house of the Diet today the presiding
officer referred briefly to the millen
nial celebrations and expressed the
loyalty of the house to the crown. Bar
on Banffy, the premier, announced
that Emperor Francis Joseph would
formally open the Diet on Thursday
next at the palace, whereupon Deputy
Komkathy, Knssuthlst, stated that he
and his friends could not attend the
ceremony, adding that the king ought
to open the Diet on the parliament
house nnd not In the palace, over which
the black and yellow Hag of Austria
waved.
In reply Raron Banffy said there was
no warrant for these objections, as no
law obliged the king to open the Diet
in the parliament house, and there
fore he would open the session In the
palace, surrounded by the dignitaries
of Huncary, and over the king's resi
dence would be displayed the national
and Croatian tricolor and the stand
ard of the reigning house. This an
nouncement was greeted With loud
cheering.
HIS LIFE CRUSHED OUT.
Shocking Death of Lamar Ruth at
South Bethlehem.
South Bethlehem, Pa., Nov. 25. A
distressingly sad and most remarkable
fatal nccldent befell a tiny lad here
yesterday afternoon. A C-year-old boy,
playing with his two small brothers,
was caught under a heavy old mortar
box, which finally crushed out his life,
after the little fellow had struggled
heroically. His brothers gave no
alarm, and the child was left lying
there for several hours. With one hand
that was free he attempted to dig his
wav out. and when found he had, with
his tender fingers, clawed a hole 15
Inches long, 12 inches wide and 2 Inches
deep in the hard earth. The tips of
his fingers nnd the nails were worn
away almost to the bone. He could
not have escaped at any time, for the
pressure of the box upon his lungs was
too great.
The boy died an hour after being re
leased. The little victim was Lamar,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob F. Ruth,
339 Broadway.
PANIC AT A FIRE.
Four Hundred Occupants of a Cigar
Factory Hustle lor the Street.
New York, Nov. 25. Four hundred
persons, the majority of whom were
women, were thrown Into a panic short
ly before noon today by a fire in the six
story cigar factory, owned by B. New
mark & Co. Although many received
bruises more or less painful In the
scramble for the street, no one was
badly Injured. The first started on the
fourth floor, and worked Its way up
ward through the two upper floors. It
was stated that the two upper floors
contained stock in the shape of manu
factured cigars and rough tobacco to
the value of $35,000 or $40,000. This will
be a total loss. The damnge to the
building was estimated at $10,000.
The lire was of suspicious origin and
an investigation is In progress.
INDIAN TERRITORY PRAIRIE FIRES.
Two Children Burned to Death Near
the Seminole Reservation.
Guthrie, O. T., Nov. 25. A furious
prairie Are has been sweeping over the
Seminole reservation for the last twenty-four
hours. Authentic news Is al
most unobtainable, but It Is creditably
reported that two children of William
Bledsoe, a farmer, have been burned to
death.
Rumors to the effect that fifteen or
sixteen half-breeds have lost their lives
are current, but there seems to be no
foundation for thein.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.',
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, Rich
mond, Va., says: "I had a fearful
attack of Sciatic Rheumatism, was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheuma
tism. This cured me a.'ter doctor's
prescriptions had failed tr have any
effect. I have also heard of fine results
from others who have used it"
OH CENT
A WORD.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE NO CHARGE WILL BE LKSS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS. WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
HELP W A N T E D M A L F.S.
WANTED-TWO EXPERIENCED MEM
T ? to eroct elevators: also two machinists.
Apply to JOHN F. DEAN. Manager, Morse
Williams Sc Co., 4:3 Spruce stroet.
SALESMEN KEIiCIlAXTS' TRADE: SI10
a wmk; now, quick, ff'joil: lK'ht "ample
free; aida line or exclusive, Mtrs., 89-11 Mar
ket street, Phils.'
IVANTED-AN IDKA. WHO CAN THINK
of some simple thing to patent t Pro
tect vonr Mean: ttiv may tiring you wealth.
Wrtto .IONH WKD'DERBUR & CO., Tep
C. W, Patent Attorneys, Waahlnston. D, C.
f.r their SISKl prize effor nnd list of LMUinvcn.
tions wanted.
7 ANTED AS AGENT IN EVFRY SEP-
tion to canvass: S-t.00 to Mtt a day
mado : sella at sici't; also a man to sell Staple
(tot)ila to dealers: 1h at aide line ?"5ft mouth:
ealarv or largo commission luado; experience
unnecessary. Clifton ttojp aud Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
' V every town to solicit stock suliscrip
tions; a monopoly ; Mr money for agents: no
capital required. EDWARD C, FIbH tt CO.,
Pordeii Block, Chicago, III.
HELP WANTED FEMALES.
1 EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES WANTED
!i at "THE PARIS,',' 400 Lackawanna
a renuu.
I ADIEU -1 VAKE BIO WAOE8 DOING
J pleasant home wot k, and will gladly send
full particulars to all Binding 2 cent stamp.
MISS H. A. Hi EBLi.N'S. Lawrence, Mich.
WANTED LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN
IV ton to sell and Introduce Snyder's cake
Icing: experienced ranvaarttr pruforred ; work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
particulars at once and get benefit of holiday
trade. T. B. SNYDER & CO, Cinolnnatl, O.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO F.NEB
gatic aleawomen to represent us
Guaranteed fn a day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Write for rarttrulara, enclosing stamp, Mango
thomical Company, No. 7S John Street, New
York.
WANTED.
SECOND-HAND FURNACE TO HEAT A
hotel Call or addresa ANTHRACITE
HOTEL, 111 Wyoming avenue.
FOR SALE.
LXR SALE A HOT AIR FURNACE; BIG
.T bargain. 4O0 Lackawanna avenue.
FOR SALE A SILVER-PLATED CONN
double bell euphonium, nicely engraved
with trombone bell, gold lined; uearlv new
and coat Wi: will sell at a bargain. Address
tins week to E. W. GAYLOli, LaRaysvUle,
Pa.
UOR SALE-HORSE, AGED 8IX YEARS,
r weight 1,000 pounds; can be seen at IttU
Pries street
FOR HALE MY COTTAGE AT ELM
buret and the fonr lots on which it
standa; also the four lots adjoining; moat de
sirable location In Elmhuret; prices reasona
ble; terms easy: possession given at once. E.
P. KINGSBURY, Ceumouweulth Building,
Scranton. Pa.
CITY SCAVENGER.
AB. BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor; Improved
pumps used. A, BRIU08, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue, or
Erckea' drug store, corner Adams and Mul
berry. Telephone 463a.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT HALF OF DOUBLE HOUSE;
modern improvements; rent reasonable;
corner at Pins and Blakely streets, Dunmore.
h V
c
onnolly & Wallace
KID GLOVE
DEPARTMENT.
Have You Seen the
New Patented "Idea!
Fastener?"
We Are Sole Agents
for Scranton.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED-AHENTS TO CARRY LINE
of juvenile holiday publications;
big money. Address H. E. WOODWARD, ttitl
Quincy avonue, Scranton, Pa.
V,'ANTED LIVE PEOPLE IN EVERY
T locality at 812 weekly salary and ex
penses to tnke orilors for Christmas Goods.
Permanent employment if rijht. MANUFAC
TURER, 1. O. Box 6308, Boston, Mast.
WANTED-GENERAL AGENTS IN Ev
ery county; also lady cuuvassnrs;somn
thing new; sure soller; apply quick. J, C
HILBERT, 141 Adams avenue, Scranton, Pa.
AGENTS WHAT ARE YOU GOIXG TO
do about Safe Citizenship price $1. Go
ing by thousands Address, NICHOLS,
Napervlllc. 111.
AGENTS-TO BELL OUR PRACTICAL
glod, silver, nickel and copper electro
plasters; prices from S3 upward: salary snd
cxpe-nae paid; outfit free. Address, with
Hump, MICHIGAN MFG CO,, Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL OlOARS TO DEALERS;
i'Jb weekly and expenses: experience un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG CO.. 4S
Van Buren st , Chicago,
SALESMAN TO CARRY 8IDE LINE; 2J
per cent, commission: sample book mailed
free, Addreva L. N. CO., Station L, New
York.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
IN RE: ESTATE OF FREDERICK SIMON,
decoased. In tbe Orphans' Court of Laolc
awnnna county, No. 511, Series A.
The undersigned, appointed by the Or
phans' Court of Lackawanna county, to make
distribution of tbe funds In the hands of Hon.
K W. Gunater and Matgaret Simon, execu
tors, hereby gives notice that he will attend
to the duties of his appointment at the office
of Cbas. H. Welles. In the Coal Exchange
Building, city nf Scranton, at 10 o'clock, on
the 24th day of November, JMNI, at which time
and place all parties interested must appear
and present their claims or be forever de
barred from coming in upon said fund.
AARON V. BOWER, Auditor.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
nails cured without the least pain or
drawing blood Consultation and advice given
free. E. M. HETSKL, Chiropodist. iSM Lack,
awanna avenue. Ladlea attended at their
residence If deairad. Charges moderate.
CLAIRVOYANT.
ItfADAME DsLEON KENTON WILL
1V1 read your life. 104) West Lackawanna
avenue, Hyde Park, for a few days.
"THE PARIS"
400-402 Lackawanna Avenue, Opposite the Wyoming,
SCRANTON, PA,
WE HAVE OPENED
or store at 400-402 Lackawanna Ave., opp. Wyomicg House, as a first-class
CLOAKS and MILLINERY
Establishment, Exclusively.
B-Trlmmed Hats and Ready-to-Wear CIoak3
are our Specialties.
NO TRASH.
MPrHITM nnrl PIMP c,as9 o'soodsot reasonable prices
iTuuLMuiTi aiiu rinc arc thc only kind of 800is we
Till keep. We shall never, use any unlusincss-Iike or fakinc inducements
in order to get your trade. We shall solicit your patronage on thc merits of
our goods, prices and honorable business dealings, Ke shall never trim a
bat for you free of charge, as by doing this we would have to OVCrclMiNTi?
)0U in tile trimming in order to make up the difference, and till tVC
Will Hot (lO. All our trimmed hats will be trimmed by experienced
FRENCH
and not by amateurs or millinery apprentices.
In our Cloak Department we shall keep nothing but
TailorJade 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 you
desire to buy.
ONE PRICE TO ILL!
Good Goods, Reasonable Prices, Honorable Business Dealings
Is our principle and thereby we expect to get your patronage and OTlCe SO
received, hold it, as well as the reputation of being one of the most re
liable exclusive Cloak and Millinery storej In thc United States.
"THE PARIS"
400402 Lackawanna avenue, Oppssita Wj using Ho
SITUATIONS WANTED.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN AMERI
J can woman as housekoener; can give good
reference. Address M. J., 118 Grant tiveuuu,
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
" man of good address; if married and
would like nnv kind of mercantile or utile
work. Address J. O, B.. Tribune office.
Ul t UATION WANTED AS BOOKKEEPER
J or clerical work of any kind, by young
man with refornnc a; salary no object. Ad
dress O. J. M ., Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
3 woman at general housework; can elvo
good ruferoncas. Address E., Tribune office.
"WANTED-POSITION IN DRUG STORE
by registered Q. A.; ovor years' experi
ence; no bad habits; No. I reference. Ad
dress ERNEST GROSS, Wyoming, Pa.
MIDDLE AGED LADY WISHES TO MAKE
engagements for nursing; terms, (8 per
week; references given. Address NURSE,
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
y man as a bottler; 6 years' experience; un
derstands soda fountains. Address E, A. M..
Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
lady at general housework. M. W.
THOMAS. 1 130 Lafayette street.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN AMERI
can widow, as housekeeper. Can give
good references. Address, M. L, Trlbuno
Office.
SITUATION WANTED BY AGOODGER
man girl to do general housework. 011
Birch street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A WIDOW AS
housekeeper In small family; can give
good references. C. G., 1849 N. Wyoming a vs.
WANTED-8ITUATION BY A COLORED
man as fireman: 18 years' experience
and good reference from last employer. Ad
dress FIREMAN, 88d Dix court
SITUATION WANTED - WASHING,
Ironiog or cloanlng. MRS, KEY WOOD,
Fairfield Park, Scranton, Pa.
IADY BOOKKEEPER WANTS A SITUA.
J tion; good reference. Address S10, post
office. SITUATION WANTED N EE.PLE WORK
' done at borne or out; have my own Sing
er machine; also lace eurtaiua cleaned. MRS.
KEY WOOD Fairfield atreot Scranton.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GOOD USE
ful fireman on the small enginn and boil
er; would like to work; 4 years' experience.
Address J U. Berth, Lock Bos 810, Wilkes
Barro, Pa
TRMERS
K9
209 Washington Avenue,
Opp. Court House.
HANKING.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THH
nils!!!!
of Scranton, Lackawanna county, Penn
sylvania, ut the close of business Novem
ber, 17. ISM:
RESOURCES.
Cnsh on hand $ 89.292 IT
Checks and other cash Items ... 7,418 21
Due from Hanks and Hankers... &2,M) Hi
Commercial and other paper
owned 358.940 87
Call loans upon collateral-! 19,000 00
Time loans upon collaterals ... 1S3,2S4 tig
Louiih uiion bonds and mort
gages 10,892 90
Investment securities owned,
viz.:
Stocks, bonds, etc. ...$207,380 28
Mortgages 128,040 87
335.421 IS
Real estate, furniture and fix
tures , 30,299 20
Safe Deposit Vaults SO.OiiO 00
Overdrafts 260 01
11,147,109 27
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $ 250 000 00
Surplus fund 80 000 00
Undivided pro-fits, less expenses
and taxes paid 28,883 17
Deposits subject to
chock $420,525 30
Deposits, special 339,804 90
700,389 20
Due to the Commonwealth 20,000 00
Duo to Hanks and Bankers 7,806 90
Dividends unpaid 30 00
$1,147,109 27
Amount Trust Funds Invested..
Amount Trust Funds uninvest
ed 69,388 00
2,727 78
$ 62,110 38
State of Pennsylvania, county of Lacka
wanna, S8. :
1, Henry J. Anderson, Vice-President of
the above-named company, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
(Signed) . HENHY J. ANDERSON,
Vice-President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
21st day of November, 1890.
(Signed) F. L. HITCHCOCK,
Notary Public.
Correct Attest :
(Signed) WM. T. SMITH,
GEO. SANDEHSON,
It. T. BLACK,
Directors.
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