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THE KCRANTOtf TRIBTOE-FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY ' T, ' 1 896.
124-126 Wyoming Ave.
In consequence of extensive altera
tions now colnir on. we are compelled
to postpone stock taking until some
future date, w e mart .Monaay wnii
the greatest of all previous sales,
lion't miss It. Uelow we quote some
of the specials.
One lot of black floured Brilliant
Ine Skirts, lined throughout, vel
One lot of children's fiKtired Per
cale Aprons und Dresses, trimmed
with lueA nriil pmliroitliI'V. piS"H
2 to 10. I.EADICUK PRICK. 43c.
10 doicn ladles1 J. P.. Corsets in
white and drab, boned throuKhout
with whalebone, slues 18 to liO,
worth $1.00, .
I.KADERS PRICE, G9c.
Jtfl frrnsq Pastil.. Knan.
LKADERS PRICE. 2c a cake.
E gross of Copco Soap, sold every-
whpni nt T,e n f!lki
LEADER'S PRICE. 8 cakes for 25c
One lot of Ladles' Cambric cor
set Covers, high neck, trimmed
LEADER'S PRICE. 12C
One lot of Ladles' Cambric Cor
set Covers, square or V neck,
trimmed with embrolderv.
LEADER'S PRICE. 21c.
One lot of ladies' line Muslin
DrAvir (Olltttpr of tucks.
LEADER'S PRICE. 23c.
One lot of ladies' line Muslin
Drawers, trimmed with embroid
ery and tucks.
LEADER'S PRICE. 29c.
One lot of ladles' Muslin Skirts with
hemstitched cambric ruffle, or
trimmed with embroidery.
LEADER'S PRICE. 49c.
One lot of ladles' Muslin Gowns,
. empire or mother hubbard Btyle,
trimmed with Insertion and em
broidery, LEADER'S PRICE. 69c.
25 pieces of all-wool Plaids, worth
30c a yard,
LEADER'S PRICE. 16c.
1 case of double fold wool Dress
floods. In spring effects, worth
2f.c, LEADER'S PRICE. 16e.
Balance of the Dress (looda that
were 12Vc during clearance sale,
LEADER S PRICE, 9c.
2,000 yards of Wash Silks In checks,
stripes and plaids,
LEADER'S PRICE. 25c.
15 pieces of corded Dimities, new
prints, worth Sc.
LEADER'S PRICE, Sc.
25 pieces of French Organdies,
LEADER'S PRICE. 15e.
25 pieces of printed Cambrics, In
Bhurt length!1, were 9c,
LEADER'S PRICE, 6c.
25 pieces of printed Batiste, extra
quality, would be cheap at 10c,
LEADER'S PRICE, 6c.
25 dozen Gingham Aprons, extra
large, worth 2m;
LEADER'S PRICE. 13c.
25 Ticking Pillows, each containing
3M, lbs. best feathers, regular
in Ice $1.9$,
LEADER'S PRICE. $1.19.
200 bleached Towels, good quality,
LEADER'S PRICE, 5c.
25 pieces best quulity 4-4 brown
LEADER'S PRICE, 5c a yard.
25 pieces checked and striped Out
ing Flannel, regular 9c quality.
LEADER'S PRICK. Gc.
25 pieces of yard wide Hill Bleached
LEADER'S PRICE. 614c.
All millinery goods at half price.
All Blankets und Comforts at 00c on
CLARA BARTON IX TURKEY.
Red Cross Part) Will Be Officially Com
missioned to Armenia.
London, Feb. C. Miss Clara Barton,
president of the Red Cross society, and
the other members of her party started
today for Constantinople. Miss Barton
will renin in in Paris a few days and
will also make a brief halt In Ueneva.
Khe will then go to Vienna, where she
will tuke a brief rest and consult with
ITnlted States Minister Tripp. At Vi
enna she will take the Orient express to
The London office of the t'nlted Press
wired United States Minister Terrell at
Constantinople, asking if he would ap
point Miss Barton and her comrudes In
the capacity of Individual members of
the Red Cross society as bearers of
relief to the Armenians, to which In
quiry Mr. Terrell replied that he would,
but that he would appoint no Armenian
who had been naturalized as an Ameri
can citizen, nor would he appoint any
newspaper reporters. L'pon the strength
of this answer Miss Barton decided to
start for Constantinople at once.
During her stay In London many of
the friends of Armenia called upon Miss
Barton, who Improved the opportunity
thus afforded to acquire all the Infor
mation possible concerning the situa
tion In Armenia. She declined the hon
or of a public reception, which was
offered to her. On Suturday she took
luncheon with Lady Henryt Somerset,
and lust evening dined with Canon
VVIIherforce at the Canonry of West
minster Abbey. Among the guests
were Canon McColl, Lady Henry Som
erset and Mrs. Pearsall Smith.
t BROKE OFF THE .HATCH.
Sued for Interfering In Ills Servant's
' Philadelphia, Feb. 6. An Interesting
rase Involving the question of damages
for blighted affections, was put on trial
yesterday before Judge Gordon In com
mon pleas court No. 3. During three
years of a domestic service In the em
ploy of Constant deBle. a tailor, at
No. 606 Spruce street. Miss Fernando
Fuelllerat won the heart of Victor
Maene. a young artist, who had a room
In De Bie's house, and they became
engaged to be married.
It was arranged thnt the wedding
should take place In May last, but In
March the young woman had a quarrel
with her employer, and, she savs. he
went to her artist lover and told him
that his intended was "a bad girl, a
liar; a loose girl and a hypocrite," and
warned him that he would be sorry If
he married her. It was also charged by
Miss Fuelllerat that De Ble also wrote
a letter to her father. In which he re
peated his charges against her.
The result of this was the breaking
of the engagement, whereupon Miss
Fuelllerat went to the office of Attor
ney Edgar M. Black, to whom she re
cited her grievances, and suit for libel
FIGHTS A MOUNTAIN LION.
Boy Put Five liullets In the Beast's Body
and Saves Ills Own Life;
Laramie. Wyo., Feb. 6. Chub Nelson,
a boy of 16. living at Rockdale, had a
lively fight with a mountain lion yes
terday, In which the nerve of the boy
saved his life. While hunting on
Cooper mountain Nelson met the Hon
and shot at It. The lion Jumped Into
the air and started to escape. The boy
rlred a second shot, hitting the lion in
the shoulder. Thin shot changed the
course of the beast. It turned and
came toward the hunter with angry
bounds. Nelson started to run, but re
alizing that there was no chance of es
cape by flight turned and tired several
; shots at the rapidly approaching ani
mal. The last one took effect In a vital
pot and the Hon fell dead almost at
the boy's feet -
The Hon proved to be one of the lar
gest ever killed In this region. There
were Ave bullet holea In the body, every
hot fired by Nelson having hit the
, mark. . ; I
VERM HAS A, SEALER
Bradley Newell Cures by Laying
HIS WE HIS FIRST PATIENT
A Village Blacksmith Who Is Endowed
with the Mysterious Power to
Ileal Disease-Will Take No
Pay for Treatment.
Jacksonville. Vt.. Feb. 6. About half
a mile from the center of this village
which means half a mile from the hotel
stands the village blacksmith shop,
the proprietor of which is Uradley
Newell. Newell works at his forKe all
the day long, stopping only when
someone drives up to be healed. It
does not make any particular differ
ence what tho visitor mnv happen to
want to .he healed of. As long as he
wants to be healed he will lind Brad
ley Newell willing to accommodate
him. Newell makes no pretensions to
miracles. He says that miracles are
not for such as ho. In his rough, black
smith apron, he looks what he says.
It was not until last August that
Newell Buspected that he possessed the
power to heal bodily ailments. He had
been reading a great deal about Schlat
ter, the Denver wonder worker, and
one day, he says, he thought he heard
a voice say to him that he should go
out and heal people of their Ills. For a
few days the simple blacksmith pegged
away at his forge, and then his wife
was taken with a severe headache, an
ailment to which she had been BUbject
for many years.
Newell' First Patient.
Newell thought that lie would try
his power upon her. When the head
ache left Mrs. Newell within a minute
after he had laid his hands upon her
he made up his mind that he could
heal. , ,
Since that hour he has been deeply
Impressed with the feeling that he has
been given the power for some purpose
unknown to him. possibly from God.
but he resolved to do what he could
to relieve suffering humanity, and he
has since treated nearly 2.000 cases, all
with more or less success, a fact fully
confirmed Dy scores oi peupic "
Ingham and adjoining towns.
"I can't attempt to explain tho power
at all." he said the other day. "I have
no particular sensation when taking
hold of the hand of a patient, nor do I
know why I take hold of the hand;
simply. 1 suppose, becuuse something
tells me to do It that way and 1 do it.
I um not a disbeliever, nor am I a be
liever in spirltuullsm, for I know little
or nothing about It. Some say It Is
mesmerism, others that It Is electricity;
perhaps so. but I can't explain it, for
I know nothing about either. I am not
an educated man, and have-ead very
little, and only books that treat on my
particular business thut of a black
smith. Not Anxious for Notoriety.
"I love my trade, anil Intend to stick
to It. and If I can do anybody Rood,
If they will come to ine I will do it. I
have charged nothing so fur for treat
ing my nelghbors.but though some have
Insisted on paying a little, I want to
stay right here In my nutlve town,
which I love, and I should be unwilling
to go about healing unless I was com
manded to do so."
Newell has treated muny pcoplf In
this section for all sorts of troubles
from earache to rheumutlsm. One case
In the village of Jacksonville that is
especially worthy of mention In that
of little Fordyce llagar, the Bon of
Freeman Hagar. He had been left
practically helpless from an attack of
scarlet fever. The little fellow could
not move his legs or his hips. Newell
was called In by the boy's father. The
healer took hold of his hands, and in
five minutes the- boy moved his feet.
Newell treated the lud four times, and
the Inst time he got up and went to
playing as well, apparently as ever.
His complaint has never returned.
KILLED BY A STILLETTO.
James Daught rty Murdered by an Italian
C.reensburg, Pa Feb. 6. James
Duugherty was stabbed and killed by
Augelo Riegurl, an Italian, near Dona
hue station, this evening. Both were
employed by the Pennsylvania railroad
as section hands. The Italian had a
grudge against Daugherty, and about
fi o'clock they became involved in a
dispute as to their abilities to lift heavy
ties. Klegnri struck at Daugherty with
a pick, of which he w.s quickly de
prived by Foreman Seaman. Kiegori
then drew a long and keen stiletto
from his breast and plunged It twice
into Duugherty, who died In a few
The Italian fled and has not yet been
arrested. Daugherty was married, but
was separated from his wife, who Is
now living In Pittsburg. He was 40
years old and resided with a sister on
STUART NOT ALARMED.
Say th Law Against Prlie Fighting Will
Not Affect III Carnival.
El Paso. Tex.. Feb. 6. When word
reached El Paso today that the house
of representatives had passed a bill
making prize fighting a felony In the
territories, Daniel Stuart said the bill
would have no effect on the coming
carnival If It became a law.
The Ministers' union and other par
ties opposing the fights are confident
that the legislation of today. If It be
comes a law, ruins the last chance thnt
Stuart had of keeping his word with
the sports. They claim to have posi
tive assurances that Governor Ahuma
da. of Chihuahua. Mex.. will not under
any circumstances allow the fights in
his state, and that the "douutrui strip
talked of Is ridiculous.
MILLIONS IN MATCHES.
The Diamond Company Invading F.urope
with It Patented Machinery.
Chicago. Feb. 6. At the annual meet
ing of the Diamond Match company
here today President Barber reported
that France, Belgium and Italy were
to be "farmed out" in royalties with
the use of the patented machinery of
the company. Extensive operations
had been begun In England, and a large
factory there will be running in June.
By Improved machinery the cost ot
manufacture had been so reduced that
competition had been so reduced that
competition had been made physically
Impossible. The profit for the year was
1,4.'.7.040. The total surplus and profits
were 1. 644.763. The old directors and
officers were elected, and the regular
quartrly dlvidnd of 2',i per cnt. de
HANDS ON POCKETBOOKS."
Warning Shouted Lustily from the Pulpit
at a Revival Meeting.
Masslllon. O., Feb. 6. Pickpockets
have found a unique field of endeavor
In the United Brethren church, where
great crowds resort nightly to henr
Evangelist Little expound the gospel.
Two watches and a pocketbook were
stolen Sunday, and Monday night the
evangelist shouted from the pulpit:
"Keep your hands on your pocket
books!" which the fulthful lost no time
In doing. Hereafter there will be plen
ty of policemen and detective around
to protect unwary Christians.
; MEXICAN CONCESSION.
Dan Btnart Mid to Have Offered the Stat
. of Chihaahua S20.000 In Gold.
Mexico City. Feb. . El Globo nays
the prise fight manager have offered
the atate of Chihuahua $20,000 In gold
for permission to have the contests
take place on Mexican soil.
The itermlsslon, adds El Globo, will
positively not be granted.
WALL STREET REVIEW.
New York. Feb. . The financial mar
k,t better today, the liravy subscriptions
fur the new Kovornineiu loan timing had
a atreiifcthrninir e-Hei-t on securities of ull
kinds. Acrorilint; to bankers, Die good.
effect of this will be reflected in a fur
ther Improvement, not only at the Stock
Kxrhaiixe, but in the commercial world us
well. The features of the speculation were
the Industrials, the, Granger. .Metropoli
tan Traction and Southern Railway, Sti
gar was again in Kharo demand and roue
to 111-V Speculation close I Mini In tone,
Net chanties show gains of 'j per cent
Sales wire 316.500 shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN. ALLEN
ft t.u., correspondents for A. I. LAMr
U15LL, stock broker, 412 Spruce street.
tip'n- High- Low- Cio
lug. eM. est. Inc.
Am. Tobacco Co ,9 7H 7fri 7i'-i
Anit Cotton !.... ". IK'S, lli',
Am. SiiRiir Re'g (.?o..li4 lln's ll"'i
Atch.. To. ft 8. Fe... I'I'a lii'j Pirn K''
Canada Southern.... 4!'., 4!'- 4SM,
i neaa. & unio 17 li li li
Chicago tius fcVj 6",'i W'i M
t'lilc. X. W 10'J', 1W W 111?'',
Chic. B. & V i"s 7'J'4 7S" 7
C. C. C. St. I. 3i'i 37s. 37 37
Chic, .Mil. el St. P.. 7.V, 7.1T, 7l'i 75i
Chic, It. I. A Pro.. 7J-i 7:iU 72 Tl
Del. A Hue! 121 1 - 129
V., L. & V Hil'i liil'i Ml
Dlst. r. I- K-m li W. IB:
ura. tiiectric ; z! zn'i z:t
I.OUH. Nusn 4n, iw 7tt
-M. K. & Texas. Pr... 2711 28 27 27'
aiannnttan Kle 1117. idii l7 n7
Slo. Pnc HTi 2l'k 23V4 23
jvat. coiauite 27 27'4 27
X. J. Central 10S4 l(u 109' 1084
N. Y. & X. K 4SVa 4SI, 48'a
. ., 14. K. VV ; K-i Hit IT,
X. Y., 8. e V.. Pr.. 31 31 31 31
Xor; Pac 4H 4H 44 4H
Ontario ft West If.'a 1.".4 15i, loli
umina ;ts J;
Pac Mall 29a, S'-t 29'i 2!t'j
Phila. A Read 143i 15 13 14
Southern R. R HP. HP! 10'i Wt
Southern R. R.. Pr.. 32 32 813. 32'
Tenn. C. ft 1 324 Sl'-i 32 32T4
lexan j-aciuc S'3 s( !
Cnlon Pacific 7i 7 7l 71
Wabash, Pr 17!, K 17 K
Western Union S.1 gr.t 85 SC-i
W. I. 12 12 H 1JS,
1. S. Leather lu" IIP lo lii'i
IT. S. Leather. Pr.... 67 874 !' 8'i'j
u. b. rtiiooer j.,',, .'.ju, :;',
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos.
Ing. est. est. lng.
Scrantoa Board of Trade Exchange Quo
tatlons-lll Quotations ut& on Par
of 1 00.
Nam. Bid. Asked.
uime uep. e uis. uanK , 133
Bcranton L.aee Curtain Co 50
National Boring & Drilling Co. ... W
r irsi .'National nans (go
acrantan Jar & Stopper Co 25
Scrant.on tllaas Co 65
Dprir.g nrooK water LO 108
hJltnhurst Houlevard Co 100
Scranton Axle Works go
Traders' National Hunk H24 us
ocramuu ouviiih ouiik 2W
Scranton Traction Co 'jj
Bonta Plat tllass Co 10
(Scranton Car Replacer Co joo
Traders' National Bank 115
Scvanlon Packing Co , ...
Scranton Glass Co log
Bcrunton rasa, nnuway, nrst
mortgage due 1913 no
Scranton Traction Co (5
i'eopie a mrcei nmiway, nrst
mortgage due 1918 UO
Scranton & Plttston Trao. Co M
1'eopie a nireei rtunway, oec-
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Lacka. Valley Trae. Co., first
mortgage due 1825 90
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 6 103
City of Scranton Street Imp i ... 102
Scranton Axle Works 100
Boroutth of Wlnton 8 100
Rush Brook Coal Co 100
New York Produce .Market.
New Yolk, Feb. 6. Flour Quiet, firm,
unchanged. Wheut Dull, firmer; No. 2
red store and elevator. 8laMo.; afloat,
SSaXH'ic; f. o. b., 2Vjii83'i: ungraded red,
7uaS3c.; No. 1 northern, 7tia77c; options
closed firm; February, 747gc-i March,
TTPkc; May, 73itc.; June ami July, 73lc.
Corn Firmer; No. 2, Wa3tic. elevator;
37c. afloat; steamer mixed, 3.V',; options
dull, firm; Februury. 37c; May. 3Kc;
July. 37?,c. Oats Dull, firm; No. 2, 23140.;
No. 2 white. 2B',c. ; No. 2 hicago. 2'i'4c;
No. 3. 24V.; No. 3 white, 2.'ic; mixed west
ern, 231u2iic.; white do. anil white state,
2tj,ta28c.; options firmer, dull: February,
2r.ic; March, 2SK-.: May, 2.'.c.; No. 2
white February, 2C'ic Provisions Dull,
steady, unchanged. Lard Quiet, firm.
Butter Fancy llrmer; atate dairy, Halik'. ;
western creamery. 13alc. : do. factory,
Sal3c; Elgins, 19c; Imitation creamery,
lUial.'ie. ; rolls, 9:il2c. Cheese Quiet, un
changed. Eggs Steady, unchanged.
Itnffalo Live Stock.
niiffalo, Feb. 6. Cattle None on sale;
market steady for good grades. Hogs
Higher for mediums and heavy grades;
Yorkers, S4.40a4.4.r; pigs. I4.3na4.40: medi
ums. S4.4a4.'it: heavy. 14.40; roughs. $3.&a
4: stags, &Ja3.60. Sheep and Iambs-
Steady; good lambs, W.JUir.; common to
fnlr, t4.2Tia4.7j; culls and common. $2.S:u
3.73: mixed sheep good to choice. S2.90a3.30;
common to fair. $2.25a2.83; culls, $la2;
export sheep, :l.2.ia3.40.
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo, O., Feb. . Wheat Receipts,
3.0(10 bushels: shipments, 6,000 bushls;
firm: No. 2 red cash. 73c: May. 7ti'.c:
Julv. 72'.-.c; No. 3 red cash, 73c. Corn Re
ceipts. 13,000 bushels; shipments, 4.0U0 hush
els; quiet; No. 2 mixed cash, 28c; May
31c.; No. 3 yellow cash, 2Sc.j No. i
white, 27' c: No. 3 mlxeil, 27Vjc Onts
Receipts, I.imjO bushels; shipments, 1,000
bushels: nominal. Rye Dull: No. 2 cash.
40c. Cloverseeil Receipts, 307 bags; ship.
ments,-1.004 bags; quiet; prime cash and
March. 14.42V. -
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, Feb. 6. Tallow is dull 'and
unchanged. We quote: City, prime, in
hogsheads, Sc. : country, prime, in bar
rels, 3c; do. dark, in barrels, 3a34c;
cakes, 4c; grease, 3'4C
The followlg la the monthly report of
the New, York, Ontario and Western:
The authority of the board of man
agers of the Joint Traffic association, it
Is stated, has already been personally
felt by several trfflclc officials who have
unsuccessfully applied for permission
to make a special rate.
General Superintendent Mathews, of
the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg,
has resigned. It is given as a reason
for his resignation that the directors
wish to cut down the expenses of the
general superintendent's office and
that here after the duties of that office
wll be assumed by the vice president.
Fourth week January. $M.fi.".9 Dec. J419
Month riiii.mi Inc. l.:r,
From July 1 1,23b.S.i0 Inc. 10.KW
Chairman CalUwel has notified West
ern lines of his Intention to make a
st-rles of tests to discover If the rules
regurdlng the non-transferrable fea
ture of mileage books Is belg observed.
John K. Cowen. the new president of
the Baltimore and Ohio, has made him
self popular at the outset with news
paper men by announcing that he had
set a time each day nt which he would
receive reporters and give them such
information ns they may ask as far as
consistent with theinterests of the com
pany. The rumors which have been given
publicity to the effect that George II.
Roberts was about to retire from the
presidency of the Pennsylvania rail
road were emphatically and authori
tatively denied at the office of the com
pany yesterday. The officer and di
rectors of the cotnoany are unanimous
in the hope and belief that Mr. Roberts
will long continue at the head of the
corporation. In which they take so much
pride, and it I safe to Bay that there is
no business enterprise which has a
more homogeneous organisation, and
where the spirit of loyalty and fidelity
Is marked In a higher degree. Mr.
Huberts was never in better health than
he Is, today and the ea with .which
his mar experience and ability, en
nbles him to handle th Important
questions which arise daily In transact
ing the business of this great corpora
tlon besneak for hlth many additional
years or active service.
. WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADK. NO CHARGE WILL KB I.EB3
THAN 2.-, CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO 8 MALT, WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS. WHICH
Alill INSERTED FREE.
WANTED a. AMI-XT IX EVERY SEO
tlon toranrnw: 1 1 0U to 33 00 a da v made:
ell at sight; also man to sell fctapl Uoods
to dealers; best atd Dun tT.'.(0 a month: aal
ary or lurg commission made; exparieno
niiuet-essai jr. 1 iiituu boap ana Manniactar
ing . ., Cincinnati, u.
WANTKU-AX EXPERT STEAM FITTER
to solicit work und make astlmates;
good opportunity to tha right party. Address
ni"" rii ir.it 1 riuun orac.
WANTED . WELL-KNOWN HAN IN
' avrrv town to solicit stock aubacriD-
tions; monopoly: big money for aganta: no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH CO.,
Borden Illoric. I'bloairo. Ill
Halo Wanted Ftmalea.
1 ANTED OIRL TO DO GENERAL
hr.usework; small lamllv and good
wages; must have references. MRS. UEORQK
Dcnuitc inu Month Main ava.
II' ANTED I.ADY AOUNT IN HCRAN.
ton to sail and Introduce Snyder's cak
Icing; experienced canvasser preferred: work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
Particular at once aurt get benefit of holiday
rade. T. H. HNYDfR ft CO, Cincinnati, O.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-.! WO ENER
actio saleswomen to represent us.
Guaranteed fttaday without Interferingwitn
other duties. Healthful occupation, writ
iy imrt'i-u'iira, inclosing stamp, mango 1neoi1
leal Cnmnanr. No. 7i Jnhn stiMt ' Vnrlt.
A UKNTS WANTED TO BELL CIUARH
X. 75 per month aalary and expenses paid,
Address, with two-cent stamp, FIUARO CI-
usn .'., vnioago.
7E ARE PUTTINl VICTORY TELE
V t phone tablets on every telephone in tha
worm, ana want reiiaoi men to nanus it:
pays 113.000 a year: Inclose stamp. VICTORY
.uAnir Aciuitinu tu, tieveiana, uoia
7ANTED-TWO OOOD MEN TO SELL
V tea and coffee on commission in and
around Her an ton: will fnrniah each with a
horsa and wagm and pay 20 par cent, com
mission: a small oonn required, r or particu
lars suitress v. u, iriuua omce.
A GENT8-TO HELL OUR PRACTICAL
l. gold, stiver, nickel and copper electro
platers; price irotn upward; (alary ana ex
peases paid; ontfltfree. Address, with stamp.
mitniuan r ur to., cnicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALER8;
S25 weekly and expenses: exnerlance un
necessary. 40NMOLIDATED MFU. CO., 48
van Biiren at., Lnioago.
SALESMAN TO CARRY BIDE LINE; 25
kj Der cant, commission: samnia immk
mailed free. Addres 1 N. CO., btatloa L,
AT ON CE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new lightning sellimr table clotb. mos
quito and house fly liqnid at 10 rents and 23
cents a bottle. Sample free, BOLGIANO
MFU Co., Baltimore. Md.
AGENTS HINDE'B PATENT UNIVER
sal Hair Curlers and Wavara fused with.
out htat), and "Pyr Polnted"Hair Pin. Lib
eral commissions, Free (ample and fall par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 450. New York.
L'OR HALE-NEW. MODERN ELEVEN-
V room house near Ureen Ridva at.. 1615
Mousey a vs., Green Hldga; bargain. OWNER.
VOn SALE-ONE OP THE FINEST
-P country places near Scranton: lsrse
modern house and nne grounds. MRS. MARY
Ai i.tswuit i H, uiama ureen, ra.
IPOR8A LE-S POOL TARLES. 3 BILLIARD
tables and on combination table: also
bargains in new aurt er-ond-baiid cloth and
balls just now. J. U. VAN KLECK, Wl
minster Pool Room.
ITtOR RENT TEN-ROOM HOUSE; ALL
1 modern convenience. Inauira at 1-SA
1X)R RENT-TWO LARGE, DESIRABLE
x rooms, turn sned or unlurnlshail: first.
class board. 400 Wyoming ave.
fOR RENT-ONE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, LEE
court, inquire 01 ADiini are.
TT'ORRENT-NICEuX FURNISHED HALL
m. Bujiauiv ior Hiugsf mum j un.l
ju 1 n, iiv n yoming ovenu.
FOR RENT THE PREMISES RECENTLY
occupied bv Tha Scranton Trlh.m ltnn-n
aa in mosor unuaing, corner or sprue St.
and renn ave. Possession aiven iraniadiatalv.
The preinl-es consist of the building in the
rear of the building on tha corner of unmn,
atreet and Penn avenne, together with th
oasamoni, ana aiso ine entire lonrtu noor ot
the corner bnilding. Can be rented for Lodge
purpose as well as public moating. Size of
nan, s.ixnsj wun a s.-coua uau on same
noor. xuo. ror tiartlculara inaulre i
the premises, nf Rudolnh Bloeser. or iltl,.
omceai j ne ncramon irioune.
Wanted To RcnL
11 ANTED A FLAT OR SUITE OK
f v rooms, furnished or unfiirnisbed. con-
vafilent. In liftiftifi at mm w. u . .1 .1
. - -' f " i - - .v, us, nuuim
if. A ., IllllllUB VIIIUO.
VlfANTED SINGLE HOUSE OR COT-
tags, with yard and garden, within or
near city limits; stte terms, etc Address
FRENCH. Tribune offloe.
I OST-BUB )H KEYS. FEBRUARY K
J J Rewsrd bv returning to P. H HRll'lTT
tx n.ii. iri uismona ave,
Money to Loan.
2f) rtn W0 0N STRAIGHT MORT-
gC D. B. REPLOGLE, Atty.,
4"g Spruce st
11? ANTED A YOUNG GEWTT.F.JI AN
TV boarder: ffood board ami imnt r-
nisnen room, uuv line at
IN RE: ESTATE OF ANNIE D. RBESE,
deceased. No. 474. Series A. Ornhan'
Court of Lackawanna County. Notice ia here
by given that the undersigned, an auditor ap
pointed by the Orphans- Court ot Lackawanna
County to distribute th fund in tha hands of
tne administrators 01 ine estate or Annie D.
Keese. deceased to the psrties entitled there
to, will attend to the duties of his appoint
ment at bis office la the Mnnicipal Bnilding,
Kcranton. Pa., on Saturday, February Ska,
IWtt, at 2 o'clo-k n. in at which time and
place all parties Interested must appear and
present their claim or be forever debarred
from coming in on said fnud.
; PAVU'J. UAVIS. Auditor.
aoecial Meeting of Stockholder.
Y DIRECTION 0-' THE BOARD OF
f nivanfne nt ttiaa flyvtsainrnet il 1.-
fiie-ivto ua uvieiiituu V wall VIU
.a. eltofsa will Yva. aa M.,.i.. 1 nM4iH. m a.iTL
P"".' " ea qj-vi s illX7?9ii WL I Iltl
Htockholdera of said c -nip any held at tlie of-
f el... - -a T .
In thecltrof Hcrantuii. Pa., February l'2th,
lPti. at 10 o'clock n. m for 1 tie mr.oe of
authorising th Board ot Directors of aaid
Coin paii and iU proper officer, to aell and
oiit y the Jolt of real estate of the company.
..sa. la l.av ,Je ,.f tat.... wt lAe. U.
-. ssi u ui"'Ul UU. era-
rumbered by raortKama hr the company, and
also a certain lot of land aituate in the city of
a cut. via. Ale ., aui tiaiinan Q( n OUltr Dutt
newi aa may properly come before aaid meet
1 1 U XT A DDPV (3 a
IVIVIfriii .iriiiu UQiura IMIItl DlBfll
O. If. WARREN, Secretary.
Pa.. Jan. 11. IStsL '
THE 80I.D1ER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
You want this ralic. f-Ant&ln all
Frank Leslie's famous old War Picture,how
ing th forces In actual battle, sketched on tha
apot. Two volumes, pictures. Mold on
eaay monthly payment. Delivered by i-
prea eompleta. su cbarg prepaid. Address
P. O. MOOUV, fcsl Adam AT., Heranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA-
una, etc. bound or rebound at Tai
Tatavaa offlo. ulck work. Baable
OUR FIRST INSTALLMENT OF
Cotton Wash Fabrics
Now open for inspection. The line comprises , ,
Dimities in uarioiis grades, Diicbess Jaconets,
Percales and Cambrics, Rejan? Dimity, '
Zephyr D, etc., Printed Marsalia,
- Tail? Cbatelain?, Cbantilly Lac? Gatiz?, '
Mere words cannot describe the wonderful beauty of
senses of seeing and feeling alone can do them justice. '
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
SITUATION WANTED BY AN KiPERI
aod man aa salesmsn, bookkeeper or
ahipplnc elerk; best references: wholeeal
trade preferred, Addraa. A. L., Tribun
CI1UATION WANTKU BY A BOY IS
p years of tg willing to learn any kind of
trad. Address 615 Stone t.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNO
man It year of age, wllllne to learn a
trad or mas himself useful about (hop or
wholessle (tore; must bar work of some
kind. Address B15 Bton at.
SITUATION WANTED TAKING CARS
ef horse er drlrlBfi eoed at most any
kind of work. CHARLEY KMOWLK8. 1
ANTEO-WA8HINO TO BS TAKEN
bom. Address us Kresaler court.
CITUATION WANTED BY AN EX PERI
tJ eaced young nan aa stenographer; also
pssssssn a inorougn inowieag ot oooKKeep
ing. Address P. H., Room 111: Burr Building.
SITUATION WANTED A8 CLERK BY
an hoaest, sober and industrious young
man woo can a-iva tn nast or recommenaa-
tlons. W. H. 8., Bos 36, Whit' Valley, P.
CITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNO
O. man: will do any kind of work: (tor
won prererrea, Aaarea btor, reoarius.
ra., f. u. dos Jia.
YOUNU MAN WISHES A POSITION AS
bookkeeper or alarkinir: ia wllllne to da
anyiuing; oan air eooa reierence it i
sry. Address R. M. D., Trlban office.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNO If AN
1 year of a as assistant steward, nre-
man or any aina oi won. Aaarea J. j. I..
i rionne omce.
CITUATION WANTED A8 COACHMAN
kj or eenerai naerui man arouna nonea. as
dress JAMES AUSTIN, aa Ceater st.
CITUATION WANTED BY PRACTICAL
O nicture frsme lolner and mat maker:
thoroughly conversant with details of th art
traae: rauaui. Aaarea nuruuiiL xrioans
LA DIE t CMcnMtar'i Cngllth Pwnyreyil Mil
iu.suii Bnaiii, are the ''' "rSfSia
f A. m SUt. ti.i3 S., lUnia, ssrttcaUn, lulirf
br liin." isnsa bT Raturn MaJk,
A SURE CURB
Tvarrnuivu w car. www vat u& e.vri twww,
two doe will take the wont case of Inaam-
matorroutof bed. (ZW per plat nottl.
Manufactured and sold hy
MRS. DR. HAMILTON. 34s Nrthmpta
street. wiiKesBarr. ra.
and for ala at 116 New York St., tires Rldg.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT. PORCELAIN,
Brldg and Crown work. Office, Xii
C. C. LAUBACH. SURGEON DENTIST.
No. 115 Wyoming avenue.
R. M. BTRATTON, OFFICE COAL EX-
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. A. TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN
Diseases or women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
fice hours, rnursaay ana saturaay,
a. m. to p. m.
DR. O. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to Bis Bpruc street, ncranton, r-a.
(Just opposite Court House Bquaro.)
DR. KAY, 206 PENN AVE.; 1 to J P. M.:
call vni. uib. 01 women, oosireincs tog
and all dls. ot chtl.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, tit North Washington
DR. C. L. FP.EY. PRACTICE LIMITED
diseases or tne n.v. iuar. xsoae ana
Throat; office. 122 Wyoming ave. Real-
dencjZyino treet. p
DR. I- M GATES. 125 WASHINGTON
avenue, omce nours, to a. m., 1.30
to I and 7 to I p. m. Residence jo aiaai
nn 3 n HATESON. TUESDAYS AND
Fridays, at too unotn atrt. umci
hour 1 to p. m.
DR. 8. W. I.AMEREAUX, A SPECIAT-
ist on cnronic uiwuhcs 01 ine neun,
inn,, liver kidney and aenlto uri
nary diseases, will occupy the office of
Dr. KOOS, i Auaiiia aviriiu. umu,
hours I to 5 p. m.
WARREN KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors at uw. nepuoucan
buitdlnv, Washington avenue, Scran
ton. Pa. : .
JESSUPS A HAND. ATTORNEYS AND
counsellors i mw, connnoswHiin
building, Washington avenue.
" W. H. JEBSUP.
HORACE E. HAND.
W. H. JESBUP, JR.
PATTERSON WILCOX. ATTOR-
ney ann l-ounfenwrs 11 xtiw; oniccs
and S Library building. Scra.nton, Pa.
ROSE WELL H. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys ana vounwiiors. common
wealth building. Room 1, M and SI.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-
I.aw, rtoom b, vuai juxcnange, acran
ton, P. :
JAMES W. OAK FORD, ATTORNEY-
at-Law. rooms so, ei ana so, common
SAMUEL W. EDGAR, ATTORNEY-AT-
Law. umce. 111 npruce st., pcranton. fa.
L. A. WATERS. ATTORNKY-AT-LAW,
423 IcKawnna av.. pcranton. rm.
URIE TOWN8END, ATTORNEY-AT-
J .aw, Dime uann nuiiaing, scranton,
Money to loan In urge sum at S per
C. R. PITCH KK. ATTORNEY-AT-
law, commonweaun ounaing, scranton.
Pa. ; -
H. C. SMYTH B, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Lscmwsnns avrnur.
C. COMEGYS. J SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiaiea on rcai estate aeounty. eoi
B. F. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
iw Wyoming bvb., pcrmnwn, ra.
JAB. J. II. HAMILTON, ATTORNBY-AT.
law, a commonweenn Bifl-g. acraoion.
I. L C RANCK. iM WYOM1NO AVE.
mm um ive, ecu uizx
JOS. KUETTEL. REAR HI LACKA
wanna avenue, Scrantoa, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screen.
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Room M, a and K. Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFF1CJS
rearofa Washington avenu.
LEWIS HANCOCK " jR. A RCH ITEcV,
. 435 Spruce t, corWaah. ave, Boranton.
BS2WIJ MORRIS, "ARCHITECTS,
Price building, m Waahlngtoa avanue,
CHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Bcranton, P,, prepare boy and girl
for college or business: thoroughly
tralna young children. Catalogue at re
qust. Open September .
REV. THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. J1UELL.
"i8? WORCESTER'S KINDEROARTBN
and Sohool, 411 Adam avenue, open
J B.:J!KJ"j?IghnJg0jor term.
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
pn easier term and pay you batter on
Investment than any othar association,
pall on S. N. Cauitndcr, Dime Bank
G. R. CLARK CO.. SEEDSMEN AND
Nurseryman; store 1M Washington ave
nu; green house. IM North Main ave
nu; store telephone TBI
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. IK and in FRANK
11a aveau. Rate reasonable.
P. ZEIGLER, Preprltor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. W.
passenger depot Conducted on th
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place.
Rat, tt.M per day and upward. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. ANABLE.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
ball, picnic, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue. ovr Hulbert
MEGARGEB BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper was, ......w.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave.. Scran-
FRANK P. BROWN et CO.. WHOLE-
sale dealers in n 00a ware, uuium. "
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Room If and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postofflce.
Agent for the Rea Fire Extinguisher.
Central Railroad of New jersey
(Lehign ana ousquenanna ui vision.;
& tmm I tis.it esnlu.lvelv. Insur
ing cleanliness nnd comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 17. 1895.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston,
Wtlkes-Barre, etc at (.20. LID, 11 JO a. m..
1 20, 2.00. iM. 6.00. 7.10 p. m. Sundays, .00
a. m., 1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic cuy, b.jv m. m.
k- , VapIc Newark anil Elizabeth.
S.20 (expre) a. m., l.aO (expres wlih But-
let parior .... --
nay. ss.io p. ,, - f
arrive at Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
6.21 p. m. and New York .45 p. m.
For Maucn .nuiiR, aikiiiwwh.
hem, Kaston and Philadelphia. 1.20 a. m..
t 20 S 06, 6.00 (except Philadelphia; p. m.
Sunday. 2.16 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
8.20 a. m.. 1.20 p. m. ,.,.
For Keaoing, ieDinon an" nmnuuiH,
via Allcntown, 8.20 a. m 1.20, 6.00 p. m.
Bunday. 2,15 P. m.
For rousvine. w.tv u. 111., -.v v
V3.....nin I.... V.nr Turk, root or Lib
erty street, 'North River, at 9.10 (express)
- 1 in 1 w J 30 snress with BulTet
parlor car) p.' m. Sunday. 4 JO a. m.
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday 6.27
Trough ticket to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application in ad
vance to tne ucaet -a. ......
Gen. Pass. Agent. '
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
July M, ail trains wilt
arrive at new Lacka
wanna avenu station
Trains win leave ecran
ton station for Carbendale and interme
d??t uolnta at 2 .20. 645. 7.00, 1.25 and 10.10
a! m.. 12 W. J 20. t.A W and
"ForPFarvl.w, Wayniarl nd Honesdale
at 7.00 k.25 and 1v.1v w, .uu v. w
'"'For Albany, Saratoga, 'the Adirondack
and Montreal at - "" f p- m.
Var Wtlkes-Barre and Intermediate
faint at 7.45. M. nd 1 m., 12.0i,
w I ! 4'uo. 6.10. 0.06. 9.16 and 11.29 p. m.
. drains will arrive at Scranton atatlon
from Carbondale and Intermediate point
it 7 40. 9.40. 9.M and 10.40 a. m.. 12.00, 1.17,
ti 1 '0 4 54. 6.56. 7.46. 9.11 and li t p. m.
From Honesdale, Waymart and Far
view at .4 a. m.. 12.00, 1.17, 140. 6.55 and
P- m. , .: ... .
From MOmrrai, nsniais, niBsnjr, eic,
at 4 64 and ll.tt p. m.
nm Wllkea-Barr and Intermediate
nelnu at lit, 104, . and ll.H m. m 1.11
114, tm, 1.10, .(. 7.29, . and 1L1I p. m.
our line this season,
2oo Washington Avenue,
Opp. Court House. '
UPHOLSTER FURNITURE , ,
Make Oier Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spiioft
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses,
Nov. 17, I89S.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia
and New York via D. a H. R. R. at 7.4$
m., it .06. 1 20, 2 S and UM p. m.. via D..
L. W. R. R., .oo, 1.09, 11.20 a. m., and l.ii
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wllkos.
Barro. via D, L. A W. R. R 9.09. 1.09. 11.29
a. m., 3.40, (.07, 1.62 p. m.
lave Scranton for White Haven, Ha.
lleton. Pottovllla and all online on tha
Beaver Meadow and Pottivllle branches,
via E. W. V. R. R (.99 a. m.. via D.
H. R. R. at 7.45 a. m., U 06. 1.29, 2.M. 4.00 p.
m., via D.. L. W. R. R. 9.0. 109. 11.20 a.
m., I. to. t.40 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Kaston,
Reading, Harrisburg and all Intermedial
point, via D. V H. R. R. 1.45 a. m.. 12 06.
I. 20, K.M, 4.00, 11.38 p. m., via D L. A W.
K. R . (.99, 1.09, 11.20 a. m., 1.30 p. m
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, To
wanda, Eluilra. Ithaca, Geneva and all
iniei mediate point via D H. K. R., (.45
a. m., 12.06 and 11.36 p. m.. via D., L. A W.
R. R., 9.(9. 9.56 a. m.' 1.90 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and alt
point west via D A H. R. H., (.45 a. m ,
12.05. 9.U. 11.13 p. m via D., L. A W. R. R.
and Plttston Junction, S.09. 9.55 a. tn., l.W,
9.60 p. m., via E. A W. V. R. R , 9.41 p. m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca,
via D. A H. R. R 9.45 a. m. 12.06. (.05 p. m..
via D.. L. A W. R. R 9.09, 9.66 a m 1.30,
and 9.07 p.m. . .
Pulman parlor and deeping or . L. - V.
chair car on all train betwssn L. A B.
Junction or Wllkai-Barr and New York.
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CIIA8. S. LEE. Gen. Pass, Agt.,Phtla., Pa.
A. W. NONNEMACHER. Ast. Gtn.
Pas. Agt., South Bethlehem, Pa,
Del., Lack, and Westcriu
Effect Monday, June 24, S9.".
Tralna leave Scranton as follow: "Ex
press for New York and all puinu East,
1.40, 2.60, 5.15, 9.00 and 9.5S a. m.; 1S5 and
3.34 p. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel
phia and th South, 6.1S, 9.00 and 9.55 a. m.,
12.65 and 3 .34 p. m.
Wanhlngton and way station, 3.5$ p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, El.
mlra, Corning, Bath, Dunsville, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.35 a. m.. and
1.21 p. m making lose connections at
Ruffalo to all point In the West, North
west and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 9 a. m.
Blnghamton and way station, 12.37 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. m.
Blnghamton and Elmlra Express, (.01
Express for Cortland. Syracuse. OaWego,
Utlra and Rlchtteld Strings, 2.35 a. m. and
1.24 p. m.
Ithara 2.3C and Bath 9 a. m. and 1.21 p m.
For Northumberland, Plttston. 'Wilkes.
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan.
vllle. making close connections at North,
umberland for Wllllsmsport, Harrisbure,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions. 6.00. s.55 a. m. and l.tv and (.07 p. m.
Nanticoke and Intermediate stations,
(.08 snd 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations. 3.40 and 8.62 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
iirket office. 32. Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
and intermediate points on the Erie rail,
road at 7.00 a. ra. and 1.29 p. m. Alao for
Honesdale, Hawlcy and local points at
7.90, 9.40 a. m. and 3.29 p. m. - '
All the above are through trains to and
from Honesdale. ,
Trains leave for Wllkes-Barre at 6.39 a,
m. and 3.VJ p. m. a
11 Effect SeteakerM, fSvSe
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fit '(Train Daily, S
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r a Arrive Xeavei
r.T. Franklin St.
1 ia U'eet Sited .tread
7 on weehtwken
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19 Sl Starlight
19411 . Preston Fart
19 40 Como
II 95 PotsuU
19 14 Belmont
1941 Plesiant M9.
11 4fl rorset Cttr
Bsil St Carbondale
4(I19U Wite Brldg
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M'U l Archibald
9t 11 111 PrckTiUs
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1911 01 Throop
Hill vi ProTidenea
litltcri lark paea
Ml in soranton
at U aLoave
All train ru dally except Sunday,
t slgainea that trains slop al(Dal
(eeura rates via Ontario a Western
Circnaptng ticket aid ear ao4V. Day!
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