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TIIE SCItANTOlT TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING,' FEBRUARY 8, 1895.
SEVEN REBELSARE TO DIE
Hawaiian Malcontents Arc Convicted
by the Court Marshal.
MERCY KILL BE SHOWN L1LI.
young Spreckels Also Wiggles Out of the
Difficulty The Ks-Queen's letters
Accuse lliin but lie Is liiven llcno
fit lof the louht.
By tho United Progs.
Sun Francisco, Feb. 7. While the con
fession of John Cummlugs, one of the
Hawaii rebels, whleh was published
yesterday, seems to Implicate Kudolph
Sprcckels as the one who furnished the
arms to the insurrectionists, the gov
ernment does not seem to have strong
proof of the fact. Anions the ex
iiueen'a papers, which were seined by
the Kovermnent. were found memor
anda In which she says Spreckels had
advised the use of urms. but she was
doubtful of adopting such measures.
Anions her notes were also references
of the uppolntment by her of a com
mission to po to Wash! us ton and seo
1'resldent Cleveland. She says one of
the commissioners, Sum I'urker, trieu
to sell his secret to W. U. Irwin. J. O.
Carter, the ex-queen's counsel, advised
arbitration, and when young: Spreckely
advised force she thought the arbitra
tion plan would please President Cleve
land better. ItcKurdint; the purchase
of urms it is the impression that young
Spreckels did not purchase the arms
himself, but simply advanced money
on the queen's account, and that the
arms were purchased by some one else.
It Is known the court martial has
passed death sentences on some of the
rebels, presumably Wilcox, llurleman,
Nolan, tlulick, Walker, Davles and
Klckard. and sentences of lite Imprison
ment for many others. Vhese decisions
have been handed to 1'resldent Dole for
final Judgment, and he will decide
whether or not they shall be carried
out. It is certain .nothing will be done
hustily or In a spirit of revenge.
Sprccklcs in Sua l'mud-ico.
Kudolph Spreckles, who Is uccused
of furnishing; the Hawaiian rebels with
arms, is the youngest s..ii of Claus
Spreckels. and Is about years old.
He has lived in Honolulu much of his
life. and. like all Spreckels' sons, has
plenty of money. He is at present in
San Francisco. V. 11. Cornwall, who is
ulso wanted in Honolulu, Is In the cltv.
, London, Feb. ".In an Interview with
A. Hoffriung, who was the Hawaiian
charge d'aft'ulrs here under ex-ljueen
Lilluokalani. he is quoted as sayln
that the abdication of the queen could
only have a pacifying effect upon H i
waiian polities, as, doubtless, the repub
lic would make terms with her in re
jrard to her future and the position of
l'rincess Kalulanl. the young- ladv who
considered herself the heiress to the
throne of Hawaii. The princess, is now
In lOngland. Mr. Hoffnung added:
"Of course it was well understood
that the republic of Hawaii was always
prepared to deal liberally with the
queen, provided she renounced her rlt-ht
to the throne, and, doubtless, numbers
of Koyallsts will now become Republi
cans." Washington. Feb. 7. Minister Thur
ston has received a dispatch from
Honolulu which confirms the Associat
ed Press dispatches concerning the
trials of the rebels and the abdication
of LUiuokalanl. He says his dispatches
contain nothing about interference on
the part of Minister Willis concerning
any of the offuhders.
NOT USED TO GAS.
Hayseed Assemblymen Aro Asphyxiated
at a liurrlsburg Hotel.
By the t'nited Press.
Harrishurg-, Feb. 7. W. Newton Por
ter and Archibald T5. Hunter, members
of the assembly from Westmoreland
county, were asphyxiated In their room
nt the Hershey House last night.
It Is believed the gas was not en
tirely turned off when they retired.
Porter's condition was exceedingly crit
ical fur a time, but this afternoon he
was out. of danger. Hunter was nut so
much affected as Porter.
- - - -
Western Coal Magnate Will Fight Cer
P.y the fnlted Press.
Pittsburg-, Feb. 7. Thirty-six promi
nent river and rail coal operators In
the Pittsburg district met here thin
mornln? ami appointed a committee to
fix upon a date arid issue a call for a
Keneral meeting- of con I operators of the
bituminous districts In the state.
The object of the meeting Is to take
concerted action with reference to cer
tain legislation at Ilarrlsburg and will
likely be held next week.
EYRICK ALL RIGHT.
An Insane Asylum Patient Declared to lie
in His Right Mind.
Ey the t'nitcrl Press.
Harrishurg-, Feb. 7. Ttelatlves of
William Eyrlck, of Heading, at pres
ent confined In the state' Insane hos
pital here, had him brought Into court
today o.n a writ habeas corpus to test
the question of his Insanity.
Several physicians testified that he
is sane and able to attend to business.
The patient's property seems to be tho
bone of contention.
THO IJOOIES FOUND.
Victims of the Klho Disaster I'loat Vpon
London, Feb. 7. Tho fishing smack
Speculator arrived at Lowestoft this
morning-, bringing the bodies of two of
the Elbe's passengers. Coins and bank
notes were found in the pockets of both.
The body brought ashore yesterday.
A POUMDof FLESH
S EASILY LOST THROUGH
JtGAfiD by use orme
which was supposed to be that of Chief
Steward Pschunder, is- now believed to
be that of Frlta Hnrtmann, musical di
rector, who was a iwBsenger on tho
Kibe. The coroner's inquest has pecn
adjourned to Feb. 26,
The thermometer registered 18 de
grees below zero Wednesday night.
George Hall and fumily, of Wllkes
P.arre, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Carpenter has accepted a posi
tion with A. I. MeDbnough, ut Uuu
more. 10. Andrews, of Pinghamton, wus u
vlsitur hero last Wednesday.
Mrs. Thomas Jenkins anil family aro
visiting Mrs. Julia Collins, Mrs. Jen
kins' mother, who is very 111 at Provi
dence. Miss Cora ltelph is visiting friends in
lUariug Arrow tribe, No. 'i-i. Im
proved Order of lted Men, will meet at
lUIss" hall Friday night for re-organization.
Lively times aro expected at tho com
ing electiun. two tickets being in the
Held. The Citizens' ticket is composed
of the folowlng candidates: For Justice
of the peace, Douglas Smith; council.
A. 11. Cowles, Charles Tinkham; school
directors, Dr. N. C. Mackey, John Hall;
judge of election, J. H. MisAlnliie; in
spectors of election, Thomas Jenkins
and J. 11. Mersiion; ussessor, 10. II.
llulley; high constable, lieorge
ltothelmer; poormuster, (leorgo Perry.
The second ticket Is: For justice of
the peace, E. J. Feohtoy; council, An
drew Mahoney; school director, M. C.
Parker; Judge of election. 10. S. Cal
kins; auditor, lieorgo Steeg; assessor,
K. H. Hailey; high constable, A. O.
Squire; puormaster, George Perry.
liev. F. H. Parson, of the Methodist
Kplscopal church, will attend the quar
terly meting at Clark's Ureen next
liev. A. liergen Hrowe will 1111 the
pulpit at the l'.iiptist church next Sun
day morning at 10.30, and In the even
ing at i o'clock.
An entertainment lor the benefit of
the Dickson church will be given Jiext
Wednesday evening for the purpose of
defraying some of the expenses of the
church. It promises to surpass any
thing yet attempted in that direction.
The entertainment will be held In the
church. Everybody should buy a ticket
for such a worthy cuse..
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilson, of Lin
coln street, entertained a sleighing
party from IHuyea Wednesday even
ing. Among those present were: The
Me-JTS. Th mns ll-illowa, James llml
dleson. William Shales. Joseph Taylor,
Hubert Martin, Walter Na.yl.jr,
Matthew Martin, Koblnson Martin,
William Perils, and Charles I'.icluu'd
son: the Misses Jennie Miller, Agnes
Iturlew, Hannah Dunning, Annie Tay
lor, Martha Carey, Lizzie ISorthwiek,
and Lydia Heed.
Jaims Morgan, of Sugar Notch, is
visiting friends her.-.
John Lally, of Carbondale, made a
business trip here yesterday.
John Hentham is improving his cot
tage by a porch.
A new breaker Is to be built at Auden
Philadelphia capitalists will build a
washery at No. 3 Ebervale culm mini;.
Morgan H. Williams' new mines In
Pottsville are said to be very prom
Coxe Bros. & Co. will next spring
strip hundreds of acres of coal land at
The Conlock coal washery, at
Tresckow, Is to resume operations on
ur about April 1.
Near the Monarch coal washery, nt
Honey Brook, a stripping Is to be start
ed by James Pollock & Co.
A new stripping is to be opened at
Eekley. There Is about 2.'0,0()0 cublo
yards of clay and rock to be removed
from the thick basin ot coal at iso.
At Hazlu Brook, the old No. 1 slope
Is to be re-opened, and at Mllnesvllle,
stripping that have been idle nil win
ter will be started up again as soon as
warm weather arrives.
As sooti as the weather will permit
the strlpplngs at the Lattlmer colliery,
which have been Idle Nince last Decem
ber will resume, and at least 1,500
laborers will be givon work.
The owners of the No. 1 Ebervale
washery tire so favorably Impressed
with Its value as a producer of smaller
sizes of coal that they have In con
templatlon the building of an addition,
iquaMy i.' large ns the present breaker,
and the operating of the same day and
night. At present this washery em
ploys over IU0 men and tho shipments
are over :sui ions.
Philadelphia Stockholder: Attention
Is directed, by a specialist In the an
thracite coal trade, to the profit, derived
by certain anthracite coal shippers from
their line trade against tide-water busi
ness, strikingly Illustrated by the certain
data In the annual reports of the Head
lug and Lehigh Valley. The Lehigh
Valley reported an average loss tier ton
on Its coal of 70 cents during the year
ls:4. compared with lM.I; the Heading
loss was 23.7 cents per ton. This differ
ence of 40.3 cents per ton wus due
largely to the fact that after the great
bulk of Lehigh Valley's coal In propor
Hon to Its total was marketed In tide
water markets, the opposite was tho
case with the Heading's operation. It
Is reasonably certain that a market
affording superior facilities will be held
on to with great tenacity, and that
many concessions will be made be f org
It will be given up. All this has
bearing upon the Pennsylvania's stand
to equalize line and tide-water freights,
which would be equlvolent to equallz
Ing line and tide-water prices.
ALES OF TWO PITTSTDNS
News of Interest to Readers Up and
Down the Valley.
THE 1'ITTSTON CUKLEKS WIN
Yonkers Chins Are Defeated at Doth
Games The Visitors Royally Treated
by l'tttstonluns lire, at the Resi
dence of Joseph ICungsford.
Special to tho Sl union Tribune.
Pittston. l'u., Feb. 7. The rittston
curlers uro greatly elated over their
success In the International game.
heir opponents were the club of Yonk-
rs, N. i ., who arrived here Inst even
ing. The visitors had the pleasure of
being worsted In both games of tuday.
In the morning the A vol-a players won
the laurels by eight points. The score
was as follows; Jtlnk No. 1, Avucu, 1";
onkers, 10; rink No. i, Avucu, Hi;
Yonkers, 17. The players were as fol
lows: Avoca, rluk No. 1 James Bur-
en, James McCrludle, John Hullstone,
Thomas Hailstone, skip. Yonkers, rink
No. 1 Hubert L. Stewart, Thomas M
icar, George Colquhouu and Hobert
Kellock, skip. The game started ut 10
o'clock and lasted until 12.30. The con
test was gotten up to allow tho players
from Yonkers to get some practice for
the afternoon game. Tho afternoon
game was hotly contested. The Yonk
ers made a desperate effort to keep in
night, but were sadly disappointed.
They were greatly handicapped, us
they have been uccustonied to pluylng
on a closed rluk. The Pittston curlers
won tlie international medal and the
honors by slxtenn points. The players
were as tollows: Pittston, rink No, 1
Neal Hobble, Hubert Watson. John
Thompson and Alex. Thompson, skip,
Yonkers, rink No. 1 (ieorifo Peeno.
ohu Ihemmer, James P. Stewart, John
ra-zier, skip. Score, Pittston. JS;
Yonkers, II. Pittston, rink No. 2 Peter
Thompson, John Cowan, Mongo Thomp
son, llliam Thompson, skip. Yonkers
-Hobert Stewart, Thomas MeVlcar,
leorge Colquhouu, Hobert Kellock
skip. Score, Yonkers, HO; Pittston, 19.
James Graham, of Avoca, was the of
llclul umpire. The game was opened
at 2 o'clock und was closed at S.l.". The
Pittston curlers tendered their visitors
banquet at the Wyoming Vulley
House lust night. Thut a very pleasant
time was Had Is putting it mlldlv.
ilie 1 onkers boys say that they will
submit to another defeat If thev mav
be recipients of another such a warm
welcome-. They cannot HDeiik too hlirh
iy or the hospitality of the Pittston
An Afternoon Itlao.
l ire was discovered in the residence
of Joseph Langford, corner of Luzerne
and yomlmr avenues, nt 1 :m ti,i
ifternoon. Th,. alarm was rumr In from
mix .o. it. The West Pittston and
Eagle Hose companies resounded.
Vl'ter a careful search the lire was lo
cated In the partition ndloliiliu in.,
nnnney anil extended from the first
or to the roof. The firemen worked
wltn much care so that little damage
was uoiiu by water, though the building
was chopped open In several places
Tl... ,1 ....
"amen were excinguisned m a Very
hort time. Tlie family were in the
house when the gong was sounded nnd
came to trie door to ascertain wlini-e
the fire might be. To their surprise
tney n-nriieit It was their own house.
The loss will be covered by a few hun
me -wnite crook," which will bo
seen ut Music hall next Saturday even
ing, Is presented with new nnd elabor
ate scenery, costumes and sta II f Hut.
tings, and an admirably selected com
pany to great credit to the novel und
well composed spectacle. The trans
formations are beautiful, the specialties
Introduced are clever nnd funny, und
the evolutions of the twenty girls In the
grand march, the "Blue and the Grey,
arouse the patriotism of all beholders.
Personal uiiJ other Items.
All regular suhscrlptionsof the Scran-
ton Tribune will be received at our
local olllce, S South Main street.
Tlie lady friends of the lOngle Hose
company meet tonight to complete the
arrangements for their coming- "old
lime l air." which commences Feb. 2
Miss May Mathews, of the West Sid
ft tod-iy with the family of 11. G
Brooks, of Scranton, for Florida.
i very appreciative audience graced
Music hall last evening to see Otis Skin
nor In Clyde Fltrh's comedy drama
The Count tie Urnmmnnt." It was by
far the best play that has visited Pitts
ton this Keason, mil was derervliig of
l.itger audience. This was Mr. Skin
n:rs l.isl appeuraucuin I'l.lston. which
no depot accounts tor the small sicd
cu pnf tt. Should he n. ill in pear in
f ire lie? peopie hf; will be Ki'eutcd by
1 full rouse.
Complaints of non-delivery of The
Tribune should be reported at our local
olllce, 8 South Main street.
Attorney W. H. Gilllsple and M. A.
Wynne left this morning- for Newton,
Luzerne county, on legal business.
New York I'mdiico .Market.
New York, l-'eli. 7. l'lour Unlet, easy.
Wheat 1 Mill and lower, with options
( IohIiik Htm; No. 2 red mure und nlevator,
u7iir7'.4'. ; iilloat, t. o. b., M'-iiifiHU .;
iitiKi-aded red, Hu.V.ie. ; No. 1 northern, Ii7a
Gi'.r.; optlonH fairly netlve, Irreuiilnr ond
cloned unsettled at -VBii'ae. under yester
day; No. 2 red l'Vlniiiiiy, 67c.; March,
r7;;dc; Muy, Mv.; May, MSiC.; line, m:;
July, rJ'ic.; AUKiist, 00-V. Corn Dull and
firm; No. 2, li,,r.. elevator; 4!l4al!lli .
allixit; Btcamer mixed, 47:V1a1Jc. ; No. 3,
48'.iiil!i',ic.; options moderately active, un
settled and closed weak at V- under yes
terday, with only a local trade; May, 4le
July, Vjv. tints Pu lily uctlve, Mini: op
tions ,dull und firm; February, iMV4e.;
March, IBVic ; May, .Hl'ic. ; No. 2 whito
February, 3'i'io.; Murch, ;KH4c; spot prices,
No. 2, .IXiai-Vtc; No. 2 white, 3iii4a:t,o.;
No. 2 CIiIcbko, an4e.; No. . 33c; Nu. 3
whlto, ar's('. ; mixed western, iUuSli'ie.;
whltn do., Wn Hi' ac. ; white state, awilti'ji-.
Heer Dull, l'eef llamn Uulet. Dried
lleef Inactive. Cut Menta Dull und
steady. Lard Uulet und hltcher; western
nteam, t0.Vi; city, li'v''. ; option gales, none;
February, t0.li.i, nominal; May, $7.1(1, noin
luul; refined, lli-mer; continent, $7.10;
Houth America, t7.7f; coiiiixiund, r.ari'c.
Pork Unlet, Btendy; mess, f ll.2rull,7'; ex
tra prime, noinliuvl. it ut I er Unlet, choice
steady, unchiiimed. Cheese Dull and un
(.'hniiKed. IOkkh Klrincr; state ami I'eiin
Bylvanla, SitM'fa:; refrlKi'rutor, 22a'jric. ;
western fresh, 3la:ilMo.; do. per case, );U0u
G; aouithern, 30u3lc.; limed, 18u21c.
Iliiffulo Stock Market,
tluffalo, Feb. 7. Cuttlo ltecelplN, 3,010
lieiul; on sale, 40 head; market oKncd
Rtejidy und 111 in w-llh but few on snlu,
cIohoiI ptronic; fair to good cows, t2.00u3.7ri.
HoKH llecelirls, 7,0;0 houij; oil ulo, 2,3(10
bind; miirkul Ktronic lute sales, Yorkers,
t'l.l7,vu,4.70; meilluins, tl.0.1; choice heuvy,
JI.7D; curly suIoh, Yorkei-H, S4.5rnt.uT, niostiy
Ji.Ooul.OTi; few selected rancy, HM; me
dium, tl.00a4.55; Rood to choice heuvy,
tl.5ru4.00; )Ikr, t4.0ou4.GO; roughs, tXU'iU
4. Hhuop nml Lumba lteroliits, 7,400 head;
on sale, 0,000 liend: market atcudy; fancy
Rolc-c.ti'd laiiibi". tu,75uU; Rood to choice, f.'iil
5.07,; fair to rood, t4.27iii4.tK): extra mixed
sheep, tl.27u4.5o; fair to kooiI, t3.50a4; cx
port wethers, tl.50u4.75; ewes, t3.75ul.27.
plttsburff, Feb. 7. Oil opened and low
est, 1034; highest ana closed, W.
STOCKS AS1 BOXDS.
New York. Feb. 7. Not' for many
weeks has tho stock market been so
dull and devoid of, Interest as it was
today. The result of tho transactions
of the day was only 67.400 hure and
fluctuations In a majority of instances
of to ',(, per cent. In tho Initial deal
ings the market was somowhat higher,
but the rise induced realizations and a
reaction ensued. General Electric ile-
llned 1V4 to 2SVi, and tho remainder ot
tho list Vi to Vi per cent. Near tho
close there was a fractional rally.
Among the specialities New England
moved up 1 to 31V6, Norfolk and YV est-
ern common declined to 3, while the
preferred rose to Y.. The placing
of this company In the hands of re
ceivers had no particular effect either
here or In London, as Its affairs havo
benn going from bud to worse for some
time punt, it wus thought that Lon
don would come In us a seller of the
news of the uppultitnient of receivers,
but such wus not the case, und the
operations for foreign uccounts were
quite nnlmiiortuut. Local speculators
held aloof owing to the uncertainty In
regard to legislation on pending finan
cial meusures by congress and -the de-
slre to wult the decision of the treusury
depurtment on the proposed new gov
ernment loun. It Is believed thut
action on tho latter Is imminent and
that business will revive within the
next few days. Thu market closed
steady In tone.
Tho range, of today s prices for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mar
ket tire given below. 'The quotations are
furnished The Tribune by G. du B. Dhn
lu ii-k, nianuuer for William Linn, Allen &
Co., stuck brokers, 412 Spruce streut,
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lug.
Ateh., To. & S. Fe... 4 j
Am. Hugur llii'g Co. IM'j
Chic., Mil. & St. P... Wi
Chic., It. 1. & ! KH
Chic., 11. q 72'i
Chic. & N. W !I7',
lied. & Ohlu 17
I list. C. F. Co
Delawaro & llud....l2!t'.
Louis. & Nasli.
Nat. Cordage. .
Out. He West..
Phil. & Head..
Sua. & West...
Sus. & West
W. & St. L....
W. & St. L.. Pr
C. G. It
Scranton llourd of Trade Exchange
Shs. Vitl. STOCKS. Bid. Auk.
7S luo Allegheny Luin'r Co luO
4 Crystal Luke Water
CO 1U0 Cent. I'enn. Tel. &
Supply Co 100
20 50 Dime Dep. & Dls.
Bunk 62 CO
10 100 First Nat'l Hank CuO
ti luo First National Bank
2ft inn Green H'ge Lum'r Co .... 110
leO 1(H) Laoka. Lumber Co... 110
5 100 Lucka. Trust & Safe
Deposit Co 140 150
5 100 M. & M. Savings
Bank (Cui'boiiilale). 140 22D
30 t.0 Providence & Ablng-
ton Turnpike Co.... 8,1
r. luo Si ranton Gluss Co CO
30 i Scran Savings Bank 200
i 1W Si'iu'n Jur nnd Stop
per Co CD
1 IK) Scra'n Axle Works 17
10 Hl Si.-ru'n Luco Cur. Co 70
ii luo Scranton Forging Co 100 i 110
CO loo Spring Brook Water
2r. 1(h) Third Nat'l Bunk.... S50
5 luO Nul'l Ilorlng & Drill
ing Co.. Pr 100
4"i HH) Thuron Coal Iunl Co .... 90
30 DO Scranton and Potts
ville Coal Co 37 CO
200 CO Serunton Trac. Co 11
f. IK) Traders' Nat'l Hunk 1:'0
CO 100 Bonta Plate Class Co .... 23
u C0 Scranton Glass Co COO
2 CuO Keon'y Steam Heat
& Power Co COO
Chicago Stock Market.
Pnlon Stock Yar.la. 111.. P.-b. 7.-Cnttlo
Hii-i-Ii1m, 7.(KJ ht'Ud; maiki-t llrm; roin
inun to t'Xtra HtHer, t;tuiir.7" ; HliK-kciH
ami ft-ciliTH. -J.ir.u:i.H.'.; i-iiwh mill Lulls. $1.40
n:i.Sfi; riilves, $'-'.5uur.Ki. IIokh ltt'i't'lii's,
UI.oiki hcinl; niHiki't llrm; heavy. $4.ufnil.:i5;
ootilllliilk to c-hoire mixed, lll.tniitl.i: i-luilcu
itHsortifd. M.I5u4.25; light, 3.Ma4.ir; iIkx,
J.i"al. Kheep lUM-i'ltH, K.OnO limil; iniir-ki-I
firm ; Inferior to iliulce, J-'.7.'Ul.i."i;
I'hiludclpliln ialliiw Market.
Phllaili-lphlu. Ki-b. 7. Tullow la Btoady,
but di-maml ia IlKht. Wo (iiotc: City,
piliiiL-, In hlids, lnl'.i-.; i-ountiy, prlm. In
1.IIm, 4al'c.; do. dark. In bills, HV.; vukm,
: (jri-im, 3'.'-i
M.Vvnu'B Oll-li'- l
Hernnt'in, f's, Feb. fl, IMij. I
VOTICE 1H IIKRKHY (HVEN THAT AT A
il ueneial election to belaid on TuemUy,
the I1H diiv of Februsry. itixt.. belnu the
tiiird 'rucHilriy of Fehruiiry. tlie followinir olll
cers will lxi voted for nt the uhiiiiI plucos of
ImlilinK ekctlona in tho city of Kcruutou, to
Ono Common Counidlman to servn for the
term of twovonia. liculuuliiK tlie first. Uon.
day of April, 1MIV in each of the odd numbered
warns. 10 wit: i ne rir, iinro, ruin, nev
out Ii. Ninth. Eleventh, Thirteenth. Fift entli,
Keveiitoeutli, Nineteenth and Twenty-Flint.
One Alderman to aerve for tho term of live
vr-nra in each of tho followlnit wards, to wit:
Tho First, Herolid, Hixth, Kialith. Thirteenth,
Fifteenth and Twenty-Kii-Ht: alxo ono JuiIk"
of El ictloa. two luipeetors of Kloctloii and
the Assi-PMor of Voters ia each and every elec
tion d sti l t in the city.
In addition to the above named ofllcers and
In pursuance to resoluttlou of Common Coun
ill, pawed January lOili, Wo. there will tie
elected In the Htxtoonth ward one Common
t'ouuciliniiii for the unexpired term ending
the first Monday in April, lM'l: also In pursu
ance to a resolution of Holed Council, pan-nod
January 3d. ICV), there will he elected ono Hu
loct Cuunclluiiin from the heventeeiilli ward
and one Solent Councilman from the Twenti
eth ward, tj All the unexpired terms endin
the Mint Monday In April, IstHI, aud the Hint
Monday In April, IMJ8, respectively,
t ONNF.i.l,, Mayor.
OTU'E 1H HEREBY UiVKN THAT AN
anullcation will be made to the uovarnor
of PuuiiKylvanln, on the fourth day of March.
iMin, under the Aot of Amainbly entitled
"An act to provide for the Incorporation and
rcKuliition of certain corporations,1 approved
April 20. 174, and the supplements theretn.for
the charter ot an Intended corporation to
lie called "The Lackawanna HUiiih Com
pany," the character and object of which
are iptarrylnii atone, and drtnlnu, cuttluK,
preparing, aellintf and shipping tho aumo to
market, and for then purposes to
have, posno-oi, aud enjoy all the rih
UinotlU anil prlviU'ea of said Act
Aawuibly auu the supplemunts thoroto.
Holtcltor for Company.
KiriTKBHKHT:BY" GIVEN THAT AN
X appltentinn will be mails to the Court of
Common I'lens of Lackawanna county, or one
of the Jtidues unroof, on Monday, tba 4th day
of March, A. I). 1"VJ, at 10 o'cloci a. m., under
an Aot of Awwinbly of tho Commonwealth ot
PeniiMylvaiila, entitlu 1 "An aot to provide for
th Incorporation and regulation of certnhi
corporations." approved April 20th, A.D. 1H74,
anil Its aiipplcmenta,' for a charter of an
Inteiidid eoi Lorniifiii to be called the "Wwt
Klde Hospital Asxoi'latiou of Heranton," till
character and objrot of which is the estab
lishing, malutalnlng and manaulng a hospital
for the cure and troatmout ol the sick aud In
jured persons who may apply to It for relief
within tho bounds of Lackawanna county,
Pennsylvania, and for those puroaea to 1 ve,
pasa and enjoy all thu rights, beuonU
and prtvilegei of anld Aot of Aiaombly aud tta
suplvment4. The proKsed chartur Is now
on tile in the rrothenotury oinca ui vacua-
wauua county to No. jw, aiareaterm, i.Wj.
n.UAlwnu tuvaaa ovuvuw,
In Our Cloak Parlors. The Most Elaborate and
Ever Shown in Scranton.
NIGHT GOWNS, SKIRTS,
CHEMISE, CORSET COVERS, DRAWERS.
Materials are the best to be had and the workmanship is of the highest possi
ble order. The advantages of this sale to you are evident, when you consider
that prices arc about one-third less than usual, and our entire Cloak Depart
ment is devoted to the display, where you can take plenty of time in making
THE SCRANTON BEDDING CO,, 602
WANTB OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A HOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHAROB WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RUL10 AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREU.
mid cumiiiiwion AKunt niakiup 2 to
S'0w.!j(ly. El'KEKA CHEMICAL & Jl'F'U
CO., La Crusw, is.
WfANTr I) - ACTIVE SALKHMEN TO
' V liumlhi our lino, no jii-iMlint;. balarv.
$75 per niuutli mid expunw-H itiri to nil. Ouods
intinly new. Apply quickly. P. O. BuX, 1M,
Help Wanted Male.
(JALE8MEN IiESIDENT SALESMEN
1? witnted, Bciiuaintud with tho lot-al und
nturby driitf und iti-octry trudu, to hundJe our
linn of lilb'li vrailn i-icarH. Aildri-ss. l'IvIhk
rol.-riMH-cH, ,1, ElAVAKL) COWLES A Co., Uo
Clmi;ilr Htrmtt, N. Y.
l.KEH M. BEUUY. X L'KSE U R A DU ATE
V Mills TrRi'inin; tichool, liiilluvuu lluspital,
New York. 1M) Munu -y uv,.-iiuu, city.
AM NOW l'KKPAKEDTO KL RN1SII EX
I liibitinnii and lmituiu upon any subject d
mrcil. Thuau uxhibitioim will hu illu.-.tr.itu i.
hiivinff in my )KiHiftiHioii tlio mu.t powerful
UUaolvuiif fltii'eipticotm made.
E. II. CALL, Tribune Otllcp.
VOll WANT THIS KEI.1C -- RKPIilNT
I Krank Lmlie ' lllUNtrated WiwUy Wur
IIIUHtrutimia Istll-lfUVi. Two Volume Polio,
fllloU; puyiiblo monllily, Si.00. lh livered by
-XroHS complete, Prepaid. Addio P. O.
MOODY, ills Olliwm xtreol, Scranton, Pa.
HOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA
J I Kinmt, pti-., bound or relwuiid at The
Tii i ii u.n a ollico.
Ouiik work, Keasonuble
l.'Olt KENT STOKE AND TWO I3ASE
I inentH, No. 17 Lm-kawauna avonuo; also
second ami third tlooia urranged for two fam
ilies or entire biiildim; for wholesale purposes;
elevator: D. & H. switch to budding. Hell
F.U l'KON 111 rcilt.'ol'K, No. 404 Lacka
wunna avenue, Heraiitoti, Pa.
l.iOlt KKNT-A LAHlll-;. 4 STORY HCII.D
J lug ut btt Franklin avenno; suitable for
wholesale business. CARSON A DAMLS,
l.Olt RF.NT -llltICK VAHKIIii:SKW"lTH
1 elavator on l) L. & W. switch and West
Lucltawauna avenue. iScrantoii St ova Works.
SUPERIOR MODERN HOUSE; AVENUlS.
JONRS, 311 Spruce.
i.'OR RKNT FURNISHED AND UNKCK
1 nishiHl rooms at fust Lackawanna avenue.
lOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
V Lackawanna avenue. Address THOMAS
E, EVANS, aeur 11W Ltisornu, Hyde Park.
1OH RENT Nll'KLY Fl'HNISHED HAlTL
J1 snltnlile for lodnu rrsims. JOHN JEU
MYN, 110 Wyoming uvenuo.
TX)R HALE CHEAP- HAY HOHSE.SOUND,
I not afraid of cars or steam; lady ran
drive her; can trot in 2.30; slu aood int.
iionrlv new hurnesH, sleigli. rolies, bulls, etc.
InquirA olllc Dr. Keovt-s, 412 Hpruco street,
IF IN NEED OF SSgUAllS FOR PATIENTS
we are large breodrsof them,
HASLAM M, 118 Cliff atroet.
IN RE INCREASE IN NUMH1CR OF COUN.
cilmou of the Unrough of Archbald. No.
, February session, IsU.'i; Uuartur Sessions.
Lackawanna County, sh.:
On the application of Johu R. Jones, Esq.,
attorney for pi-lttiouei-s. it is ORDERED that
keresfter thuro shall bo Ihreo councilmen
oloctvd by tho ipialilled elortora of each of the
three wards of the borough of Archbald, from
tile residence of each of said wards, rtspect
lvely, iu such iiminor. however, as not to in
turfcro Willi the terms of those heretofore
elected; that la to ssy, that nt the next elec
tion for borough ollleors. In said boroauli, tlio
ipialilled electors of tho First ward h;ll elect
tworoiincllnien, ono to surve for one year and
ono for three years; und the qualiiled oloctors
of the Second ward b1iu.I1 elect one couiiidlman
to serve for throe years; and the iiunlilled
electors of tile Third ward shall elect two
counciluieii, one to serve for two years and
ono to aerve for three years
BY TUB COURT.
January 21th, 1MKV.
4"PEN FOR ENGAGEMENT Pit ACTICAt
V picture frame joiner, mat maker and
glider; thoroughly conversant with every da-
)' i uuhiiii'ss, iyuuii miu-
petont to take chargu. Address "PICTURE,"
Tribune oftlce, city.
l)OB TlON WANTED HY AN EXPKHl
J vuevd wall, paper aud window shade
salcKiiian; also understands all branches ot
shade making: in or out city: A-l reference.
Address "WALL PAPER," Tribune ollico.
'I lady, iHisltlon ns cnshler or clerk. Ad
dreaa "CAblllKK,' caro of Tribune.
WANTED SITUATION AS TRAVKLINU
suhvman, bookkeeper or alupplng clerk,
with WhoUlo house; bust of reference auu
five years' experience, Address ''UAL,''
a iiuuue uuicw
MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY
.. - - - - - - W
Washburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure thefr many pat
rons thut they -will this year hold to their usual custom
of milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop
is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, anil
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers ara
of the opinion thut it is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby Co. will take
no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully threa
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Wushburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above other
MEGARGEL & CONNELL
. HAVE YOUR
Horses Shod Ml
Hold Fast I j
lUS Steel Cen. IUJ Fl
Detachable" f J tM
We have the following supplies of lumber secured, at
prices that warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade :
Paolflo Coast Red Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" nnd other Michigan Brands of
White Pine and White Cedar Shinnies,
Michigan White and Norway Pine Lum
ber and Kill Timber.
North Caroltnn Short and Long Leaf.
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Rails, Mine Ties, Mine
Props and Mine Supplies in general.
THE RICHARDS LUMBER COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH BUILDING. SCRANTON. PA.
THE DICKSON MAIMUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturer of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
(JeneraJ Office: SCRANTON, PA.
40 Kw dlMfr.
oritur iv aire a
reraal ty JOHN H. PHELPS,
Sprue Siraat, Scranton, Pa.
209 Washington Avenue,'
Opp. Court House.
and 604 Lackawanna Avenue!
Cor. Adams Avenue,
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
Also a Fall Line of
Juniata County, Pennsylvania, Whits
Sullivan County Hemlock Lumber andt
Tioga County Dry Hemlock Stoctt
Elk County Dry Hemlock Jolsta and
Will rB T P" 50 . lwHWttTH
a a KAN IfcKIB VUrt P0FTOUI uvnui.j, yumm i rv. .ni ,
8 IntotunUr? mHtioftomoTcii.. If Btglrcud, inch trcubln Itmii t
coniunitliiia of IbmuIit, II.W Pr t J '. boi for M. Wila (A.
uaiauti'V o cull ih luitivu aittDaf. awni..
Wyoming Avsnu anil