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THE SCR ANTON TRIUNE THURSDAY . MORNTNoJ FEBRUARY 27, 1896.
Republican Reader Thank you, sonny.' But I prefer a Republican paper.
Newsboy Gee whizz! Fourteen stops in one day. PuriGed politics is
HR. CARTER AS AN ORATOR
The Montana Senator Wins Applause
ob the Floor of the Senate.
HB RIDICULES THE MAGPIES
Upubllcan Support of Mr. Cleveland'
"Sound Money Policy" Bad aa
tba Cuokoos'-Senetore Sher
man and Teller Debate.
Washington, Feb. 20. A' numerous
lenate und a large audience In the sen
ile galleries were highly entertained
today by an outbreak In the Kepubll
tan ranks, started by Mr. Carter, of
Montana, and upheld by Mr. Teller, of
Colorado. It was Mr. Carter's first In
xoduetton to the senate In the role of
in orator or leader; and, holding as he
ioes the post of chairman of the Re
publican national committee, there was
nunh interest and Importance uttached
o his words. He made an excellent 1m
iresslon at the sturt, speaking; In slow
Jine, and In soft, well rounded tones,
vlthout undue excitement or passion,
tnd he kept It up till the close, when
lis peroration was warmly applauded.
The speech was made In Justlllcatlon
if himself and the other Republican
leuatora who had voted ugalnst taking
IP the house tariff bill. For that vote.
e said, he hud ample justification and
10 apology. The tariff bill was hot a
kepubllcan measure. It was a meas
ure to meet an alleged emergency,
Ivhlcb, according to the president, did
lot exlBt at all. It afforded no protec
tion to the American wool growers,
while It took good care of the Amerl
an wool manufacturers. As Senator
H organ a few years ago. held up to
ridicule the president's Democratic
luckoos. bo Mr. Carter ridiculed the Re
publicans who sustained the president's
'sound money policy" as magpies. He
appealed to the candid judgment of
louest men us to what Republicans
H-ere recreant to their party those who
resisted the obliteration uf the lust ves
tige of legislation in favor of silver
trom the statute books, or those who
lustalned President Cleveland in that
His speech was followed by a discus
ilon of th money question, in which
Senators Sherman (Rep., O.) and Tel
ler (Rep., Col.) were the combatants
tn the other side, and la which hard
blows were given and received. This
parliamentary storms was succeeded
y a dead calm. In which the Cuban bel
Ugerency resolution Moated for um hour
br two without making any perceptible
progress, and at 6.10 p. m. the senute
adjourned until tomorrow.
'All but the first hour of a lotig day'a
session In the house was devoted to the
llscusslon of the Van Hom-Tarsney
Contested election case. It was an-
Bounced by Mr. Johnson, In charge,
bat a vote would be taken tomorrow.
Mr. Tarsney made the opening sieeeh
Bi bis own behalf, advocating: the adop
on of, th recommendation of the mi
nority; that the case be reopened and
the ballots In certain disputed pre
ptneta in Kansas City recounted.
Mernra. Parker (Rep., N. J.) and
Power (Rep., Vt) also supported the
Mr. Burton (Rep., Ills.) advocated
lha majority report, unseating Turn
key, but the latter had not completed
pja remark, when tha house at 6.30
Senate amendment to the bill ex
tending the time in which the gov
ernment may enter suit to annul land
patents laaued under railroad, wagon
road and canal grants were concurred
In by a yea and nay vote 155 to 93.
The resignation of Representatlv Cow
in (Dem., Md.) aa a member of the
Committee on banking und currency
was announced by Speaker Reed.
Mr. Loud (Rep., Cal.) chairman of
the committee on puHtotflces and post
roads, reported the postal appropria
tion bill for the year ending June 30,
Bond Lottery Schemes.
Washington Feb. 26. Attorney General
Harmon today submitted to Postmaster
General Wilson a decision t the effect
THERE'LL BE A
Buyers mentioned in this
224 Wyoming Ave.
Retire from business then, and have no use for the instru
ments, except to convert them into cash at the earliest mo
Besides these daily specials, any instrument on the
floor of our show room can be bought for actual cost for
cash, or responsible buyers can have as long time as they
desire, by merely agreeing to pay an annual interest rate of
6 per cent, bn the outstanding balance.
iust imagine the luxury of owning a Weber Piano
wonderfully easy terms I
that the numerous bond and Investment
schemes conducted throughout he coun
try are lotteries and not entitled to the
privileges of the mails.
TRIAL OF FILIBUSTERS.
Opinions I'pon What Constltntea a Mill
Philadelphia, Feb. 26. The testimony
In the trial of the officers of the steam
ship Horsa, on the charge of engaging
In a Cuban filibustering expedition, was
Captain Ker, of counsel for the de
fense presented thirteen points which
he desired the court to rule upon in the
charge to the Jury, and this led Judge
Uutler to express himself regarding the
construction of the statute under which
the accused were indicted. The (Judge
declared that he would not rule upon
aspects of the statute that were unnec
essary In the trial of the case. The
only points at Issue, he declared are:
Was this a military expedition; and if
so, did the defendants aid it. The
judge firmly expressed his conviction
that the combining of any body of men
for the purpose of engaging in war, con
stitutes a "military expedition" within
the meaning of the law, no matter what
name they may assume. In mnklng
this ruling Judge Butler admitted that
it disagreed with the charge of the
judge In a recent similar trial at Char
leston, S. C, when Captain Hughes, of
the steamer Laumda, was acquitted.
Judge Uutler asked Counsellor Ker to
stutae his views regarding the statute,
and what constitutes a military expedi
tion, and Captain Ker will do so to
morrow. As Captain Ker is a well
known authority on law, his construc
tion of the statute will be of Interest.
L. L Bull Is Placed I'nder Arrest for
Robbing Express Cars.
Philadelphia, Feb. 2C L. I Bull, of
this city, conductor of a Royal Blue
line train on the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad, was arrested today on the
charge of stealing goods from express
cars. Hull was placed under urrest
while preparing to take out his train.
He confessed his guilt to the detective
when arrested. He was placed under
$1,000 ball for a further hearing on
Wcdnesdny next. For some time past
cars of the 1'nlted States iOxpress com
puny have 'been entered while in mo
tion, boxes and packages broken open
and their contents strewn n1out the
tloor. Many articles have been stolen
but It Is believed that the search has
been principally for packages contain
ing money and Jewelry. Bull has been
a trusted employe of the company for
a number of yearB.
The detectives allege thnt lie broke
Into two express cars on February 1.
They suspect that he threw articles
frum moving trains as they crossed the
meadows Into Jersey City, but the only
article traced directly to Bull Is a bicy
cle on which the unsuspecting conduct
or rode this morning from his home to
the railroad station. Une of. the detec
tives stated today that about live years
ugo while Bull was employed us a bag
gage master one of the cars was robbed
of diamonds valued at 4,IK)0. No clue
was ever secured to the thief and now
the detectives are endeavoring to fast
en this crime upon Bull.
WORK OF AN INSANE MAN.
Attaeka IK Family and Others with a
Knife and Attempts Snlclde.
Tyler, Minn., Feb. 26. In aeettlement
six miles southeast of here near Flor
ence yesterday while most of the peo
ple were at church, Peter Rennlng,
aged 20 years, became suddenly lnsance
and murderously assaulted his mother,
a younger brother and sister, slashing
them badly with a pocket knife. He
then ran stark naked across the fields
to John Myron's house, where he broke
in and tried to cut the throat of a small
boy who was alone with his little sis
ter. From there he ran to the'ehurch near
ly a mile distant, where he called on the
congregation to come out, as a man
was being murdered. The men started
in pursuit of the young man and finally
caught him after he had severely
wounded himself In an unsuccessful
uttempt to commrfdwlpyu mrt rf rdlu
attempt at suicide. Fortunately the
knife was dull and none of the victims
space daily for the next
THE WORLD . OF BUSINESS
Wall Street Review. -
New York, Feb. Ill The market for
stocks fw Irregular todtiy and In tha
mulu price were inclined to weakness.
Kt-ulixalioim seemed to be In order, more
particularly in I he. cases of the Grangers,
Louisville. and .Nashville und certuirt of
the Industrial. The reaction In St. Paul
was rather disappointing n view of the
large gaq In net earnings for January.
Rock Island was sold down from 74!n to
7:i's on the reported destruction ol the
bridge at Hock Isluml. liultttnore and
ohiu was heavy end broke to 3 on liqui
dations by holders who believe thut the
report of the expert accountant will be
very unfavorable. The reul features,
however, were Sugar, leather Preferred
and Tobacco. Sugar was exceptionally
strong throughout and rose to 1IH'i. Tha
strength of the stock was due to the de
fenfof the tariff hill In the senate yes
terday, leather Preferred was feverish
and ranged between 61', and tkiS. closing
at Cj. The report was considered fa
vorable. It shows profits of tS.W.Xat. sur
plus carried over from 1894 of 978,755; to
tal, fl0.154.UU9; dividends paid, tf.liS4.0ii0 and
surplus Dec. 31, 1S95, of 96.470,609. Tobaci'6
was heavy and fell 77 from W). The de
cline attributed to selling for both ac
counts the result of 'the Introduction of
bills into th house of representatives of
South Carolina and Alabama, prohibiting
the selling of cigarettes. The depression
In Tobacco hail an adverse influence on
the general market, which left oft barely
steaily. Net changes show losses of VJa,
l'i per cent.. Baltimore and Ohio leading.
Sugar was an exception and gained 1 per
cent., closing at llB'-i. Total sales wero
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN. ALLEN
A CO., correspondents for A. P. CAMP
BELL, stock broker. 413 Spruce street.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. In it
Am. Tobacco Co.... 794 SO 74 7',
Am. Siwir Ite'g Co.. 117 1IS& 117' U"'
Ato-h.. To. S. Ke 17 17-" 17 V7'i
Canada Southern... M 61 60'4 f''i
Ches. & Ohio l"ri 17-H 17Mi 17
Chicago !as (la's 0 t
t'hlu. N. W ltd'i lor.Vi lot lol
Chic, II. tit Ki 8'i H0 7H7i.
r. c. v. St. t it1. ; ::7'!. "s'i
Ohio., Mil. & t. P.. 7 7S'4 T7:Si 77'4
Chle., R. I. & Pac... 74'i 74 7I4
Plst. C. V 19 19' 1' 1
Gen. Fleet rlc 32 S3 Si' 3J(,
Lake Shore HS'a WW JWVi
lxUls. & Nash 6.1 55 f.4 M'i
M. K. & Texus. Pr... 3o'i 31 "i .Wv
Man. Klevated 1ITA Hkl'4 le" W
Mo. Pac 24'i 21i 21 2I'.
Nat. Lead 1 2H 2"'s 2"i,
N. J. Central HCU H7'i 107'i 107'i
N. Y. Central WS !' W3 K-H,
N. Y L. K. & V... Hl'i Wj, 1iV K
N. Y S. & W., Pr... 2 29' 2'4 284
Nor. l'ac 4J 4ii 4 4''i
Ontario & West 1R4 I.14 1VJ J5'4
Omaha 42 4:' 42 4.'
Par. Mall 29',i i 2H
Phil. & Head I:1H MS 13'4 W4
Southern R. R V 1
Southern It. 11., Pr. S S2'4 3.'S
Tenn., C. Iron..., XV S4 32.i i
Texas Pacltlc S', 9 9
1'nloi Pacific e K'4 S'4 8i
Wabash 7' 7S 7' 7'd
Wabash, Pr W Wi,
Western Union K.V. S.',i4 S4'4 M'4
W. L 1I'4 11 'a II 'i
V. S. Leather l'"i 10 in'i
IT. s. Leather, Pr.... BS'-i !''." f.l'i
V. . Rubber 27 275i K'j 27',4
CHICAGO COARD OP TRADE PRICES.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos.
WHEAT. Ing. est. est. Ing.
May .'. 0t 7 :4 "',
July CI H" OU-Vi
May 21 !W 21'i 21"
July 2114 21'i 21ai 2li
Mnv So- ,K; ft;
July Sl-'i 314 Bl-"m IJ4
Mav b. 17 , r..r.o r,.t:i s.w
Julv C.C2 LX-j S.IM 0.ti5
Mnv S.77 9.R1 K.72 9S2
July 9.W 9.W D.W 9J7
Scran ton Board of Trade KichungeQuo.
tatlons-All Quotations Based on Pur
Dime Dep. DIs. Bank...,
Scranton Lace Curtain Co
National Poring & Drilling Co.
First Nutlonul Hank
Hcranlsn Jur & Stopper Co
Sprir.g Krook Water Co
Klmhurt Houlevnrd Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Savings Hunk
Scranton Traction Co
lionu 1'late Olnss Co....
Scranton Car lteplamrCo
Soanton Packing Co
Weston Mill Co
Lackawanna Iron A SI eel Co..
Scranton bedding Co
Scranton Glssi Co
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage? duo 1918
Scranton Traction Co
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co..
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due IfJO
Larka. Valley Trac. Co., first
mortgage due 1x25
Dlck'on Manufacturing Co....
Lacka. Township School 5....
City of Scranton Street Imp 6
Scranton Axle Works
Borough of Wlnton 6
Rush Brook Coal Co
New York Produco Market.
New York, Feb. 2d. Flour PnchanKed,
dull, steady. Wheat Moderately active,
eaaler; No. 2 red store and elevator, 81a
81V; afloat, 82't-nieV-; f. o. b., S2 ViS3' ,:. ;
ungraded red, 7ou8.'c.; No. 1 northern, 7ti'.i
7tPe.; options were fairly active and Ir
regular, closing weak at 9ia?4c. decline,
following the west, easier cables, foreign
selling and local realizing; No. 2 red, Feb
ruary, 74c; Murch, 74'tc; .May, "i'ijC.j
June, 72c; July. 7'J'hc. Corn Scarce,
firm, dull; No. 2 at 3tlc. elevator: 37:y.
afloat; options wero dull and steady at
'4c. decline with the west and on local
renllzlng; Felrt-uary, 37c; March, 3iiv,c;
May and July, 37r'e. On Is Dull, dim;
options dull, ensler; February, 2ti'ti'.;
March, 25c. ; May, 2."c; spot prices, So.
2 nt 2ii'4c.; No. 3 white, 27i.4e.: No. 2 Chi
cago, 27'c; No. Sat 23'jc; No. 3 white,
28i.c; mixed western, 2i!i.a27l4c ; whlta
stati end western. 27a2c ltief Sfeady,
uni'hanged. Iteef hams julet; 814.50al"i.
Tlereed beef Dull, steady; city extra In
dia mess, )iralti.i0. Cut meats Quiet, un
changed, laurel Quiet, easy; western
steam. 3.60a5.t!2"4; city. $:: May, re
fined, quiet; contlneirt, $,'.93; S.iuth Anicrl
a, S. 15 ; compound, 4aik'. Pork Moder
:it demiind. steady; mess, tl0.2."a 10.75.
Ilutter Choice llrm, fairly active; state
dairy, 9a20c; do. creamery held, lHalSH-c;
wt'lern cn-amery. 14n22c. ; do. held, l:U
lc: do. fui'Sory. 84.ti:u.; ICIslns, 22c;
Imitation creamery, 11al5';.i; rolls, fuil2e.
Cheese Fair demand, unchanged. Kgs
LIN-rnl receifts, weak; stale nn.l IVun.
sylvauia, 12al2iic: southern, llul 1 ; Ice
house, case. 1.75a2.Si; western frsh,
lt'4al2c.; duck, 21a.Tc
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo, O., Feb. . Wheat Receipts,
3.201 bushels; shipments, 2,300 bushels;
quiet; No. 2 red cash, 74c; May, 74sc;
July, 7S-V'. Corn Receipts, 35.M4 bushels;
shHments, bushels;, steady; No. 2
mixed cash, 29c; No. 3 do., SUV.; May,
3114c; No. 3 yellow cash, 29c; No. 2 white,
29c; No. 3 while, ax'sL1. Oats Receipts,
1.129 bushels; shipments, none, nominal.
Cloverseed Receipts, 850 bans; shipments,
457 bags; firm; prime cash, $1.45; .March,
14.42'j.; prime timothy, March, )1.J2'4;
prime alsike, $1.50: prime alfalfa, I.S0.
Buffalo Live Stock.
Buffalo. N. Y.. Feb. IK.-4'attle-Nothlng
doing and feeling easier. Hobs Very dull
and luillc. lower; Yorkers, J4.25; few fan
cy light. 4.3; plrts. 4.20a4.25; mixed pack
ers. $4.1u4.15: mediums and hfavy, $4.l;
roughs, t3.25tt3.il; stags, $2.75u3.25. Sheep
and lambs Dull, lower for both sheep
and lambs: best lambs, $4.40n4.r,5; fair to
good, II.Iiki4.35; culls and common. 3.25a
3 90; mixed sheep good to choice, ) J.40a3.SO;
fair to good, t2.75a3.25: culls, $2a2.B5.
Chicago Lire Stock,
t'nlon Stock Yards, III., Feb. 20. Cat
tle Receipts. IG.(M) head; market weak
and loc. lower: common to extra steers,
t3.25a3.40: stockers and feeders, $2.7583.!);
cows and bulls, $1.iiii3.5o; calves, $;ini;.2".;
Texans. $2.A".a3.S5. Hogs Receipts, 32,0")
head; market weak ami Bnltic' 1owr;
A UDlTOH ft NOTICE-IM RK ESTATE OK
i V J. u. Fell, deceased, la the Orphans'
Court of Lackawanna county:
The undersigned, an auditor appointed by
theOrphsne' 4'onrt of Lackawanna county,
for a ljii'tment end to pass npon tbo excep
tions tiled to the flrst partial account of Ashnr
it. Fell, one of the executors of said estate,
and to restate the account, hereby gives no
tice that he will attend to the duties of bis
appointment at hie office, 500 8pr ten street,
ScrsntoB, Pa., on Tuesday, March 31it., 1890,
ex a'cloek a. n.
ait STBEKTER, Auditor.
heavy packing and shipping lots, $3.75a
3.95; common to choice mixed, $3.75a4;
choice assorted, $4n4 16; light. $3.70a4.Ui't4;
plus, $3.10u4. Sheep Receipts, 18.0UO head;
market weak and 10c lower; inferior to
choice, $l'jaJ.S:,; lambs, $J.50a4.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, Feb. IM.-Tallow Is nuiet
and .unchanged. We quote: City, prime.
In hogsheads, ,Te.; country, prime, in
Intrrels, SSc; couBtry. dark. In barrols,
3'4tt3'...c. ; cukes, 4c; grease, 3t4c
A1UKDEK AND SUICIDE.
Terrible Tragedv in the Uome of A. W.
Madison, Wis.. Feb. 26. A. W. Pat
terson, a wealthy and highly connected
citizen of Madison, last night, after the
family had retired, shot his wife
through the head and then himself.
The noise awakened a daughter sleep
ing in an adjoining room, who rushed
into the room and found her father
dead on the bed and her mother lying
in a pool of blood on the floor.
Mrs. Patterson cannot recover. The
couple leave five children. No reason
for the deed Is now known.
RIDDLED WITH BULLETS.
Colored Miners Fight and Leave Two
Corpses on tho Ground.
Bluefleld. W. Va.. Feb. 28. Near
Keystone a general light is reported to
have occurred last nluht between 200
colored miners. Several shots were fired
and this morning the dead bodies of
J nines Sarran and Pearl Klmms were
found near the railroad track, riddled
A number of bloody foot prints
marked the wuy the assailants hud
Treasury Gold Reserve,
Washington, Feb. 2S. The treasury gold
reserve .tood ut the close of business to
day at $123,113,978. The withdrawals for
the day were $iso.400. Honda to the amount
of $70,IKO,050 of the new Issue, have been
delivered, of which $l3,4l3,tw0 were cou
pons, and $27,237,400 registered.
Baptist Church Burned.
Richmond, Va., Feb. 20. The Grace
Street baptist church, the largest church
building In the city und which was com
pleted about two years ago at at cost of
$j;",,(Ki, was totally destroyed by fire this
afternoon, the lire originating from a de
fective flue. There was $25,000 Insurance
on the building.
. WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCK. WHEN A ROOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE. NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS. WHICH
ARK INSERTED FREE.
"lyANTED-MBN FROM ALL PARTS TO
luuru the barber trade: only 8 weeks
required to complete; situation furnished;
wnijos Saturdays, while learning; constant
practice; completo outllt of tools free. Write
for illustrat'd cataloina postpaid. Cincin
nati Uarber College, 428 Plum street, Cincin
WANTED-AN AUI'NT IN EVERY SEC
tion tocanvass: 84.00 to J-VOOa day made;
sells at sight; also a man t" sell Staple Hoods
to dealers; beat side line $75.00 a mouth: sal
ary or larito commission made; experience
tinnecussai y. Cliftou boap and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED-AN EXPERT STEAM FITTER
vV to solicit work and make estimates; a
good opportunity to tho rUlit party. Address
STEAM FITTER. Tribune office.
WANTED-WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; biu money for agents; no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH CO.,
Borden RIih-k, Chioao. III. '
Helo Wanted Femalea.
1.1 xp'erTeiKiTshi cdpeator
1 j wanted Call bntween 7 and 9 p. ni.
CRYSTAL LAUNDRY CO., 84.1 Adam ave.
f tOOD, STRONG GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
VT general housework Apply, with refer
ence, to MRS. MOLL, 1342 N. Main avenue.
IADIES-I MAKE BrTwaOES DOINU
J plrasaut home work, and will gladly send
full particulars to all sending S cent atatnp.
MISS M. A. STKRKIXS. Lawrence, Mich.
UTANTED-LADY aoknt in scran.
toil to sell and introduce Snyder's cake
Icing: experienced canvasser preferred: work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
particulars at once and get benefit of holiday
t rade.T II. SN Y PER & CO, Cincinnati. O
TIT ANTED IMMEDIATELY -TWO ENER
V (ietio raleawomen to represent us.
Guaranteed $0 a day without Interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation, write
for particulars, inclosing stamp. Mango Chem
ical Company. No. 72 John street,, New York.
TOR SALE-TEA ROUTE; A GOOD
I chnnce for the right party. Address J.
P., Tribune oBice.
1OR SALR-HOL'KE AND LOT AT COR
JT tier of Meade and Burke Btreet. All mod
ern improvements on premises. MRS, A.N N IE
STEWART, Dunmore, Pa.
I 'OR PALE-l PAIR BAY MARES; 1
J Hack pacer : very fsst ; prices low.
GUERNSEY BROTHERS, 1K4 Wyomlui Ave.
"poll " sTlEONE "OF" THE FINEST
I country places near Scranton; lame
modern house and fine cronnds. MRS. MARX
AYLEBWORTH. Claris Green. Pa.
V the Traders' National Bank: possession
given about May I. by V. 1 PHILLIPS,
Cashier Traders' National Bank.
"K RENT -"FROM APRIL I, LARUE
1 brick hoiuse, 424 Mulberry street; all mod
ern appliances. Inquire 243 N. Washington
IXlK RENT-TEN Ro6mHOU8E; ALL
modern conveniences. Inquire at 1223
f 1 REEN RIHGE-GOOD EIGHT ROOM
V Ihouso. Apply 802 Marlon St.
T .'OK RENT ONE-HALF DOUBLE HOUSE.
J 715 Qilinry uvenui. Kent reasonable.
Opposite jl oscs Taylor Hospital.
l?OR RENT-ONE SIX-ROOM nOUBE, LEE
I court luqulre ttel Adams ave.
FOR RENT-NICEui FURNISHED HALL
suitable for Mgo rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, 119 Wyoming nvonuo.
')R RKNT THE PRKMI8ES RECENTLY
1 occupied by Tbo Scranton Trilicne.known
as the Bloesar Btiildinir, coruor of Spruce St.
nml hen 11 ave. Paisessinn ulven Immediately.
The pretnl-es ronsist of the building in the
rear of the building on the corner of spruce
street and l enn nvenue, together with the
basement, and also the entire lourth tloor of
the corner building. Can be rented for Lodge
purposes as well ns public meetings. Sizes of
hall, !lxll with a s-cond hall on same
floor, S2x$. For particulars inquire on
the premises, i f Rudolph Bloeaer, or at the
office of Tho (Scran tun Tribune.
The upper Two Assem
bly Halls in our modern
building, corner Lacka
wanna and Tenn Aves.,
beina; 50 feet front and
nearly 100 feet deep, with
steam heat and passenger
elevator, to let. Will al
ter entrance to Lacka
wanna av on no, and adapt
lloors for school, office,
gallery or light business
Thejcome in Gilt, Silver, Spangles, Leather, Elastic, Silk, Etc. The Buckles
are entirely new and novel and very substantially made.
FROM 25c. UP.
PERISIAN RIBBONS Have tVtag.our "ne
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL CIGARS;
176 per month salary and expenses paid
Address, with two-cent stamp, FIGARO CI
GAR CO.. CMcaro.
WANTED-TWO GOOD MEN TO SELL
tea aud coffee on commission in and
around Scranton; will furnish each with a
horse and wagon and pay 31 per cent, com
mission; a small bond required. For particu
lars address U. 0., Tribute office.
AQENT8-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel aud copper electro
platers: price from S3 upward; salary sad ex
penses paid; outfit free. Address, with stamp.
MICHIGAN MFG CO.. Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
S25 weekly and expenses: enerienoe en
nocessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG. CO., 4
Van Bursa St., Chicago.
SALESMAN TO CARRY BIDE LINE; 25
per cent, commission; sample book
mailed free. Address L, N. CO.. btation L,
AT ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
ell new lightning selling table cloth.moe
quito and house fly liquid at 10 cents and 23
cents a bottle. Sample free. BOLGIANO
M F G Co., Baltimore, Md.
AGENTS HINDE'S PATENT UNIVKR.
sal Hair Curlers and Wavers (used with
out heat), and "Pyr Polnted"Hair Pius. Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 461 New York.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OFTHE STOCK
holders of the Dickson Manufacturing
Company for the election of officers, and the
consideration of such other business aa may
lie brought before them, will be held at the
oftlce of the company in Scranton on Wednes
day, the 11th day of March next, at 10 o'eioek
a. in. WM. II. PERKINS, Secretary.
Scranton, February 21, U1MJ.
NOTICE -THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of The Lackawanna
Iron and Steel Company, for the election of
directors and transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come before the meet
ing, will be held at the oltlce of the company,
in the city of Scranton, Pennsylvania, on
Wednesday. March 4, I8UU, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Tim noils will remain open for one hour. The
transfer books will be rlosed on February 21,
lbttt, and reopened on March 5. 1890.
J. P. HIOU1NSON, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., Feb. 30, Isutl.
1 You want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Plctures,show
ing the force. In actual battle, sketched on the
spot Two volumes, 3.0UO pictures. Sold on
easy monthly payments. Delivered by ex
press complete, all charges prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, em Adams Ave., Seranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA
sinee, etc., bound or rebound at TflB
Thibums office, tulck work. Reasonable
C1 RIPPLE CREEK INVESTMENTS RE
' liable information, with Cripp a Creek
map free; 8 years on ground : two, 000 capital.
The Woods Investment Co. .Colorado Springs,
MADAME AUBREY. GREATEST LIVING
clairvoyant in the world; tells poet,
present and future. 311 Mulberry street.
REGISTER'S NOTICB-TO ALL L EGA
tees, creditors and other persons inter
ested, notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing named persons have Died their accounts in
the office of the Register for the probate of
wills and granting letters of administration
in and for the county of Lackawanna, that
said administrators, exocutors and guardians
have settled their accounts in the office of the
aid Register, and that tlis same will be pre
sented to the Orphans' Conrt of said county
on Monday, March i&l, 18H0, at It) o'clock a.
ui., at the Court Housn for confirmation.
I. Margaret McDonald, administratrix of
William McDonald, deceased.
1. Martin Neary, administrator of Thomas
P. Nearv, deceased,
a. Fred Peters, administrator or John F.
4. Joseph B. Cogan, administrator of Charles
T- Coirnn, deceased.
5. William Bauman, administrator of Cath
arine Bauiuau, deceased,
ti. Maior M. Wardell, execntor of Edward
7. George Sherman, executor of Hannah
H. Florinda Mcugle, administratrix of Jacob
V. Final account of W. 8. Vail, guardian of
Edith .1. Hotter. Adie M. Hoffer and Harry E.
Hoffor, minor children of Joslah Hoffer, ds-
10. Fannie M. Carpenter, administratrix of
Hansen Carpenter, uocuased.
II. Second partial account of Mary E. Jones,
Thomas E. Jones and Kdward S. Jones.execu
tors and trustees of Edward Jones, deceased.
Vi. Third partial Account of Mary E. Jones,
Thomas E. donna and Edward 8. Jones, execu
tors and trustent of Edward Jones, deceased.
13. W. O. Jenkins, executor of Jabes Jenk
14. Pemnnau Murphy, administratrix of W.
W. Murphy, deceased.
13. Paul It. Weltzel and Joslah Paff, execu
tors of ('. A. Smith, deceased.
Iti. Frank E. Ryan, administrator of Kitty
Rank, nes McKeeiir, deceased.
17. Reuben S. Gillingham. administrator of
Franklin J. Powell, deceased.
18. Charles Gsrdner, exeoutor of Borah J.
IK. Angelina S. Swingle, administratrix of
Ersstns ('. Swingle, deceased.
. Emily S. Smith, surviving- exeoutrix of
John S. Smith, deceased.
HI. George H. Smith and W. F. Erhardt, ex
ecutors of Joel G. Smith, deceased.
2 Georgn M. Shelly, executor of William
2). John J. Kabey, lurvlvlng executor and
trustee of P. C. Callshan. deceased.
Ji. Caroline Brooks, administratrix of Da
vid P. Brooks, deceased.
iV Johu J. Mulrooney, administrator of
Thomas Riley, decensed.
xtl. v llllam E. Lloyd. If. D., executor of
Rachel Nicholas, deceased.
iI7. Lackawanna Trust and Safe Deposit Co.,
gnnrdian of Nellie Muller.
2 Fonrtb and partial account of Rosanna O.
Tripp, Eire H. Ripple and Everett Warren,
trustees of the estate of Ira Tripp, deceased,
2V. W. a Swick, administrator of Alaoeoa
BO. Final account of Lewis C. Heseler. enar.
dian of Gny E. Stevens, minor child of Sarah
II. Stevens, ueceoaea.
31. John W, Buscli, executor of Jacob Buach.
w. a. HOPKINS. Register.
Cold Stocks and Properties.
CRIPPLE CREEK VV
Sure and Ssfe Investments, for Large and
Small Investors. Write us for full informa
tion. Statistics. Maps, etc., furnished free.
Prlvste Direct Wires to Cripple Creek, Colora
do Springs, Denver and New York.
THE MPCHEM INVESTMENT CO., Chicago,
ills., L u. krtbtiLAiNU, maaager.
Of Special Interest Now are the New
MI-CM UCK1 ML, COR. I0IH
ANTED POSITION BY YOUNG LADY
oa atenovranhiu. and tviuiwritar- ran
"""won dooks; experienoea : uesi reier
ences Address STENOGRAPHER, IBS W.
Hyde Park avenue.
CITUATION WANTED AM BUTCH CB, BY
J one who thoroughly understands meat
Dnnaess: cau command a good trade; prefer
to work in cash market; with good habits and
first-class refereuoe. D. MORGAN, 30s West
SITUATION WANTED BY FIRST OF
March aa collector, by one of bueinesa
qualifications; well used to city and out of
city; with good habits and reference. Ad
dress MORGAN, 108 W. Market street.
CITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNt
p girl to do general housework la a small
family. Address L. E.. 115 N. Fillmore ave.
SITUATION WANTED -BY AN EXPERI
enced man as aaleamsn, bookkeeper or
shipping clerk; best references: wholesale
trade preferred. Address G. A. L, Tribune
ofBce. SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG LADY
as clerk; hoe had experienos in dry goods
and shoes, also in office work ; can furnish
reference if required; Is anxious to obtain a
position, Address ANXIOUS. 'I'rlhnne ofBe.
A SURE CURB
Warranted to curs 909 ont of every 1.000;
two doses will tske the worst case of Inflam
matory out of bed. iitW per pint bottle.
Manufactured and sold hy
MRS. DR. HAMILTON, 143 Northampton
Street, Wllkes-Barre. Pa.
and for sal at 116 New York St.. dreea Ridge.
Schedule In Effect May 19, i8oj.
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barre as Follows
7.25 a. m., week days, for Sunbury
Harriiburt;, Philadelphia, Balti
more. Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton.
Pottsville, Reading;, Norristown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.17 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Wsshington and Pittsburg
and the West.
4.40 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burs; and ths West.
6.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pass. Agent,
S. M. PREVOST, General Manager.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Busquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insur
Ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLli IN EFFECT NOV. 17. 1895.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston,
Wllkes-Barre, etc at 8.20, 9.1.', 11.30 a. in.,
1 20, 2.00, 3.0T.. S.00, T.10 p. m. Sundays, 9.00
a. m.. 1.00. 2. IS, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City, 9.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elisabeth,
9.20 (express) a. in., 1.20 (express with Buf
fet parlor car), 9.05 (express) p. m. Bun
day, 2.15 P- ni. Trsln leaving 1.20 p. ni.
arrives at Philadelphia, Heading Terminal,
1 21 p. m. and New York 6.45 p. m.
' For Msiich Chunk, Allentown, Bethle
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8.20 a. ni.,
1.20, 9.0C, G00 (except Philadelphia) p. in.
Sunday. 2.15 P. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
9.20 a. m., 120 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisburg.
via Allentown, 9.20 a. in., 1.20, i.OO p. iu.
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Pottsville, 9.20 a. m.. 120 p. m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty Btreet, North Klvtr, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10, 1.30, 4.30 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. tiundny, 4.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading TermlnnL
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday tl.27
''Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application In ad
vance to the ticket ""paTdWIn"'
Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
July 30, all trains will
arrive at new Lacka
wanna avenue station
Trains will leave Scran
ton station for Carbondale and Inferme
t ' m ,P12 W, 9 . 9.56, S IS. .1S. 7.2S, 9.1 and
VrrPFarview. Waymart and Honesdale
at 7 M. 9.25 and 10.10 a. m., 12.00, 2.20 and 6.15
p'icnr Albany. Saratoga, the Adlrondacka
Montreal at 6.45 a. m. and 2.20 p. m.
Korwtfkes-Barre and Intermediate
nolnts at 7.45. 8.45, 9.38 and 10.45 a. m.. 12.05.
f M 138 4 00. 6.10. 9.06. 9.1S and 11.38 p. m.
Trains will srrlve at Scranton station
from Carbondnlo and Intermediate points
it m407 8 40, 9.34 and 10.40 a. m., 12.00, 1.17.
S 40 4.54. 6.55, 7.45, 9.11 and 11.33 p. m.
From Honesdale, Waymart and Far
view at 9.34 a. m.. 12.00, L17. 1.40, 6.65 and
"'From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc.,
at 4.64 and 11.33 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barre and Intermediate
rtrints at 2.15, 8.04, 10.06 and 11.66 a. m., 1.19
14. 8., 6.10, tV.09, 7 24. 9 Md ail p. m.
Hake Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Uattressei
Nov. 17, 1995.
Train leaves Bcranton for Philadelphia
Snd New York via D. H. R. H. at 7.4?
a. m., lt.05, 1.20, 2.18 and 11.38 p. m., via D ,
L. 4 W. K. R .oo, l ot. 11.90 a. m., and 1.39
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wllkos.
a. m., 8.40, 9.07. 9.E2 p. m.
-Leave Bcranton for White Haven, Ha.
aleton, PpttnvllU and all points on tha
. aer.M.fadow anl Pottsville branches,
via K. W V. R. R.. tl.3 a. m , via D.
H. R. R nt 7.45 a. m., 12.05, 1.20, 2.38, 4 .00 p.
!" y L- W. R. K. 8.00. 9.08. 11.20 a.
m.. 1.30, 3 40 p. m.
-Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton.
Reading. Harrisburg and all Intermediate
P?'"'". Via D. & H. R. R. 7.45 a. ro., 12.05.
L20;,2 ?' ' 11 38 P- ". via D L. W.
R. R., S.00. 8.0S. 11.20 a. m., 1.30 p. m
Leave Bcranton for Tunkhunnock. To
wanda, Klmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate points via D A H. H. K., Hi
a. m , 12.0.', an I ll.Jtt p. m via D., L. It W.
R. II.. 8 0s. 9.55 n. 111., 1.30 p. 111.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls. Detroit. Chicago and oil
Po'P's west via D H. R. H., 8.45 a. tn .
12 V. -16. 11.38 p. m., via D., L. W. R. R.
and Plttston Junction, 9.08, 9.55 a. m., 1.30,
I. 50 p. tn., via K. & W. V. R. R 3.41 p. m.
1-or Klmlra und the west via Salainanea.
via D. & II. K. R., 8.45 a. ni. 12.05, 100 p. m..
1 Pi. w- R- w- " l M.
and 8.07 p. nt.
Pulman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on nil trains between L. B.
Junction or Wllkes-Barre and New York.
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
.OLL. M- WILBUR, Qen. Bupt.
CHAB. 8. LER. Oen. Pass. Agt.. Phlla.. Pa.
A. W. NO.VNKMACHKR. Asst. Oeo.
Pass. Agt.. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 2i, 1895.
Trains leave Scranton as follows : Ex.
frees for New York and all points Bast.
40. 150. 0.10. 8.00 and 9.56 a. 111.; 12.56 auj
1.34 p. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Phlladel.
phia and the South, 5.15, 9.00 and 9.55 a. nt..
12.55 and 1.34 p. m.
Washington nnd way stations, 9.66 p. m.
Tobyhunna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, El.
mlra, Cornins;. Bath. Dansvllle, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.35 a. m , and
1.21 p. m , making close connections at
Buffalo to all points In the West, North
West and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, a. m.
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p, m.
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. m.
Blnghamton and Klmlra Express, 6.0
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
Ptica and Richfield Swings, 2.35 a. m. and
1.24 p. m.
Ithaca 2.35 and Bath 9 a. m. and 1.21 p m.
For Northumberland. Plttston, Wilkes.
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan.
ville, making close connections at North,
umberlund for Wllllamsport. Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tlons, 6.00, 9.55 a. m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
Nanticoke and Intermediate stations,
9 09 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations. 1.40 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
ticket office, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket oltlce.
Eric and Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Bcranton for New York
and Intermediate points on the Erie rail,
roud at 7.00 u. in. und 3.29 p. m. Also for
lionesdule, Ilawley and local points si
7.U0, 9.10 u. m. and 3.29 p. m. .
an th. uhnvn ura thruuuh trains td and
Trains leave for Wllkes-Barre a. e .
m. and 3.19 p. m.
let Effect Septemkev ISflSs N
(Trains Dally, Kx-:
p 11 'Arrive Leavei
7S5 N. y. Franklin 81.1..
7 10; West 4nd atreatl..
7 0M Weehswken 1 ...
p MlArrtve Leave!
1 1." .Hancock Junotlooi
l ark Piaee
1 19 SRi
12 19 43
141 S 45
SI 4 04
94 4 07
S 4 10
89 4 14
41 f4 17
46 4 90
An trains run datlr except Sunday.
t signifies that trains stop 00 signal for page
Mecure rates via Ontario Western Mors
tirchoslng tickets and save anoiiey. Day um
lAgt Kt press to tho West. '
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