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THE RCBANTON TRIETTNE FHIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28, 1896.
An Organ That Is Very Much Out of Tune.
ELOQUENCE OF MB. VEST
The Senator from Missouri Pleads
for the Cuban Patriots.
INTEREST IX THE STRUGGLE
War for Independent of Cuba the Sub
ject of Oratory in Senate and
House Possibilities of a
War with Spain.
Washington, Feb. 27. The cauf of.
Cuban Independence had stums' udvu
cacy um) support in the senate today
In u. speech of fervid mid InipasMioned
floqtif litre, delivered by Senator Vent,
of Missouri, lie spoke of Spain as a
toothless old wolf Hitting: ut the. door of
the cave of despotixui and grinnlnK at
the procession of free republics; and he
denounced the declaration of ("uptutn
Uenerul Weyler and usked whether the
senate should Kit silently und diimb
while the Cubans were butchered into
subjection to the Spanish queen. ''If
we do." ha exclaimed, "Hud will curse
Us. The time will come when there will
bo a retribution upon us as a people,
because we have) not been true to the
task assigned us by 1'rovUleiice, and
have not oheriBhed the legacy of self
government bequeathed to us by our
Mr. Vest's splendid rhetoric was list
ened to with rapt attention and great
admiration by u. full senate and crowd
ed galleries, and his peroration was a p
plauded on all sides, lie was followed
by Mr. Gray, of I Delaware, who compli
mented him with the reinurk that if
the independence of Cuba could be
achieved by eloquence it hud been
achieved by the burning words that hud
fallen from the lips of the senator from
Missouri. No one could huve heard
them, he said, without sympathizing
with the feellnr with which the sena
tor's heart wus throbbing-, and without
giving favorable response to every as
piration which he had uttered for that
Mr. Uray went on to argue the futil
ity of declarinB' Cuban Independence
when every senator knew that the
struggle for It waa) not yet successful.
The Cuban debate is to be continued
tomorrow, Senator Sherman, of Ohio,
being one of the senators who is to
take part In it; und the voting on the
resolution and amendments is to begin
at 4 p. m.
The subject of the seacoast defences
of the country was elaborately treated
In a speech by Senator l'roctor, of Ver
mont, in which he advocated land for
tlllcations in preference to the crea
tion of a powerful navy; and it was
announced Immediately that the com
mittee on formications contemplated a
trip to New York to examine the de
fences of that harbor.
Bills appropriating $500,000 fortwo first
class revenue steamers for the Paclllc
coast and $100,000 for a public build
ing at Newport News, Va., were passed.
Also the army appropriation bill, with
no greater delay than that caused by
Its being read in full. It appropriates
over $23,000,000. and is the fifth of the
annual appropriation bills that has
passed the senate.
The house of representatives today
waa on the verge of declaring It to be
the sense of congTess that the govern
ment of the United States should rec
ognize the belligerency of the revolu
tionists in Cuba, maintain au attitude
of neutrality between them and the
Spanish government, tender its good
otliees to secure. Cuban independence,
and, to intervene in the conlllct pro
gressing on that Island, if necessary
to protect legitimate Amcrlcun inter
ests there. But the objection by Mr.
Boutelle (Rep., Maine) prevented the
great majority of the house from carry
ing out Its desire and the matter has
gone over until later In the day.
The Incident wus the climax of the
proceedings of an important and inter
esting season. At once, after the read
ing of the Journul, the house proceeded
to further dlscuxs the contested elec
tion case of Van llorn vs. Turnsey from
the Fifth Missouri district, and the do
bate yu continued until 4.H0, at which
hour by previous agreement, the vote
waa taken. Messrs. Prince (Illinois),
Long (Kansas) und Johnson (Indiana).
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 con vet t them into cash at the earliest mo
ment possible. :
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, ou the outstanding balance.
Just imagine the luxury of owning a Weber Piano
on sucu wonaenuuy easy terms
all .Republicans and members of the
committee advocated the adoption of
the majority report and Mr. Muguire
(California) spoke for the minority,
that the contest be reopened and the
elections committee Instructed to re
count the ballots in certain precincts of
Kansas City. The vote was yeas 112;
The Democrats and Fopulists united
ly supported the minority und were
Joined by the following Republicans:
Arnold (Pennsylvania), Brown, Burton
(Ohio), Codding. Urosvenor, Fenton,
Ruling, Hyde, Kulp. Letghty. Parker.
Pitney, Powers, tiouthwlck, Taylor (a
member of the committee), Wellington
The resolution of the majority, de
daring Van Horn entitled to the seat,
und that Turnsey was not elected, were
agreed to, und the contestant was
Today there had been an Interrup
tion of the debute to permit Mr. lliit,
chuiruiuii of the committee on foreign
uffairs to report the Cuban resolutions,
and at that time Mr. Meredith (L)eni.,
Va.) asked ununiinous consent for their
immediate consideration, declurlns they
could be passi'd In two minutes. Mc
(.'all ( Rep., Mass.) objected then and the
subject was dropped.
MR. BOITTELLE OBJKCTS.
In the course of the afternoon, how
ever, many members asked Mr. Hltt
to call them up at the close of the elec
tion case who stated to Mr. Jilt t that
every Republican on the floor desired
to vote upon them at once. So as Mr.
Van Horn and his sponsor. Judge Bur
ton, were going up the aisle hi front
of the speaker's lesk, Mr. Hltt called
attention to the fact that the resolu
tions had been reported and asked thut
they be then considered.
To this Mr. Iloutelle, who had pro
tested against the haste with which
the house passed the bill authorizing
the appointment of the Venezuelan
boundary commission, Interposed an
objection. He denianded, over audible
and visible signs of discontent, thut
the house should give to a subject of
such vast Importance, Involving as It
did, possible war with Spain, at least
decent deliberation. There was noth
ing in the face of his objection to do
but withdraw the request, and that Mr.
Hltt did, the great body of the Re
publicans leaving the hall with a sense
of disappointment at the failure to
pass the resolutions.
BUILT I' OR ENDLESS AGES.
Vault Constructed of Urick a Century
Ago Practically Indestructible.
Washington, Feb. 27. When the
Bank of the United States was estab
lished In Washington nearly 100 years
ugo, steel vaults were unknown, so the
vault was built of brick. The old
building Is now occupied by Rlggs &
Co. as a bank. Recently it was decid
ed to put In a steel vault, and last week
a force of men were set nt work on the
old vault with crowlmrs and blasting
powder. After five days' work und the
removal of many tons of brick, the
vuult Is apparently as Impregnable as
ever. It was built In two parts. The
Inner shell was square, with an arched
ceiling. Uutslde of this brick were laid
In cement to a thickness of nearly four
feet, making the exterior In the shape
of a cube.
At the corners of the arch the brick
wall was almost double its thickness
elsewherM. The lrlck wera as hard
as stone, and the cement by long stand
ing had become practically indestructi
ble. The old vault has protected al
most countless millions of wealth in Its
time, and even now, after the present
work, it is still In a condition to furnish
WAR ON THE CIGARETTE.
Religious Bodies of Anderson Want a
Prohibitive Ordlnanco Passed.
Anderson. Ind., Feb. 27. The religious
organizations and Christian working
bodies of this city met today and circu
lated petitions asking the council to
enact an ordinance making It a misde
meanor for boys below the uge of Hi to
smoke cigarettes. It Is proposed to
place the penalty at imprisonment from
one to seven duys.
' Courts of Inquiry will also bp held
and. If possible, the dealers who sell
the cigarettes will be prosecuted under
state laws. The Women's Christian
Temperance union and the Ministerial
association have taken a decided stand.
A request will also be made for a cur
space daily for the next
THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
Wall Street Mevlcw.
New York, Keb. 27. The sensation In the
Stock Kxchunge today was the break In
P-ultltnor and Ohio of tt per cent, to 20.
The breuk la 'the stock wus due to ru
mors that the company will defuult on Its
March Interest; thut u. receivership Is Im
minent and that a new bond laue is like
ly at any time. Late in the day bankers
who have lately taken an lntere.it in the
projierty emphatically denied the unfa
vorable reports referred to above and
President Cowen slated that according
to the experts examination which has been
completed the condition of the company is
us represented to the board or directors
on Feb. 1. He also said that the plan for
the rehabilitation of the property has
progressed so far as to meet with the
approval of tho directors and will be
ready for announcement In a short time.
Leather Preferred was decidedly weaker
and dropped 4 per cent, to til;. The paus
ing vf the dividend has an adverse intlu-t-in-e.
TotMcooi ufter breaking to 77'j
suddenly jumped to TSVi and closed at
73:V Sugar was sold down from IIS1? to
Mtt4; rallied to IIS1.. The break in Bal
timore und Ohio weakened the general
railway list for a time, hut in the lute
trading the eold out bulls und bears made
efforts to recover their stork. Prices Im
proved, but near the close when Leather
Preferred dropped to Its lowest point the
market weakened and 1ft off about steady
In tone. Net chanties show gains of
14 per cent. Leather Preferred lost 4,
und Baltimore and i'hio 4:'i per cent. To
tal sales were 212,SoO shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN. ALLKN
CO., correspondents for A. P. CAMP
BELL, stock brokor, 412 Spruce street.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos-
ing. est. est. inc.
Am. Tobacco Co 78 79 77S 77a
Am. Sugar Re'g Co..ll!i IIS lUP-a 117-"t
Atch., To. Ai 8. Fe.. 174 17l IV. 17'
Cunudi Southern-.... 50' f'0'ii W'i
Ones. & Ohio 17'n 17-j 17'i 17l
Chicago Uas ttrt si s
Chic., & N. W lott lot ItMU b'i 'i
Chic, B. & (J 79i M-t 7H-'
C. C. C. & St. L.... 374, ! 37i M
Chic. Mil. & St. P.. 7711, 73 77'4 77
Chic, U. I. At I'uc... 73H 73r, 7::u 72:
Dlst. ft C. F ln'a 1s-S l's
Gen. F.lectrlc :B S-'t-a Sl-1;
Lake Shore Hi lis'i 1W- ll'J'j
Louis. & Nash 54 M' U' ?
M. K. & Tex.. Fr.... 30'.., Sis 29s :W-i
Manhattan Kle Id life lult l''j7
Mo. Puc liji; i'4, ' 2
Nut. Lead 2ii fti ai ITi'-fe
N. V., S. & W lii'i lG'i Hi' It)'
Nor. Puc 4'j 4i 4'i 4'ii
Ontario and West... 1'4 r.'t l.V K't
Onmlia 4l'a Ill's 31'n Mi's
Pae. Mall M lla'.j kit,
Phil. & Read It 13' 1-'7h
Southern, R. R lu'i hi', II) II)
Southern R. It., Pr.. 3'."j 3'J'ii 3P 32
Tenn., ;. a Iron 3-''h SI 'a 32tj
Tjxus purine Jli 84 S tit't
t'nlon Puollle S X' 7-U 7'h
Wabash, Pr ISLj ls 1S"' .
Western l.'nion M S5 S,
W. L Jl", it", ii 's if,
l S. leather 10 1" la la
V. S. Leather, Pr... (IP tl44 ill",
l. S. Rubber :'7'4 28 27'i i1.,
CHICAGO UOAP.D OF TRADE PRlCF.rt.
Op'n- High- Low- Clo.
WHEAT. lug. est. est. lug.
May 117 i'u 'a iKitj 1.7' i
July 7'i iil'-j ih;, 07,
May L'l'i L'l'i 21', 21',
July 21', 2I' 2M, 21',
.May ;to"i vm'h .la'.'. "a',
July 31, 3I:', Ill's 31",
May B.47 5.17 n.42 .VI2
July u.w .i.tiO r.r7
May 9.78 .H7 I'.'B !.07
July lo.OI) 10.00 U.S.! P.Sj
Scranton Hoard of Trudu ExcliungcQno
tutions All Quotation lluscj on 1'ur
Name. Bid. A;
Dime Dep. & Dls. Bank 133
Scranton Lace Curtain Co
National Boring & Drilling Co. ...
First Natlonul Bank C50
8crantsn Jar & Stopper Co
bprlr.s Brook Water Co
1'Jlmliurpt Boulevard Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Savings Bank 200
Scranton Traction 'Jo
Bonlu Plate lilass Co
Scranton Car Replacer Co
.Scanton Parking Co
Weston Mill Co
Lackawanna Iron & Sieel Co
Scranton Bedding Co
Scranton Glass Co
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1318 110
Scranton Traction Co
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 191& 119
Scranton & Plttston True. Co
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Lacka. Valley Trac Co.. first
mortgage due 1825
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School 5
City of Scranton Street Imp 6?J ...
Scranton Axle Works
Borough of Winton j
Rush Brook Coal Co
New York Produce Market.
New York, Feb. 27. Flour Hull, steady,
unchanged. Wheat Dull, firmer; No. 2
red store and elevator. 81'jc; ulluat, M'.i
f. o. b.. K2'vuS3'ac: iiiiKriuleil red, Tca8.Y'.;
No. 1 northern. 77c; options were fairly
uetlveund closed firm at :S.u:V. udvan.-e
mi firmer cables, better west uml lo'Ul
covering; May und July most active; No.
2 red February, 75'se.: March. 7.U"'.; April,
75"je.; May, 73',c; June, i.'l'nc; July, 73e.
Corn Dull, ecaree, firmer; No. 2. 37V.
elevator; SJiUc afloat; options were dull
and weuy and l,e. decline, following the
west ami on local realizing; May und July
only traded In; February, 37c; May, ;",e.;
July, :!7'ic. Oats Active; options dull,
steady: February. 2'i'ic.; Mnreli. 2.V',r'.;
May, 2'ic. ; spot prices. No. 2, 2il',c; No. 2
white, 27'c.; No. 2 Chicago, 27'ic; No. 3,
2.'i14u2i1?c. ; No. 3 white, 20' jc: mixed west
ern. 2ii1i:a27isc. ; while do., 27u29c: white
slute, 27a2se. Beef Quiet, ur.ehang'd.
Beef hams Dull; It.Do.il.'i. Tlerced berf
yiilet, steady; city extra India mc?. $l..a
I0.5IJ. Cut meats Dull, unrlmiigi I. l.ar l
ijulet, lower; western sleani. r,.iw; city,
$I.H."ia5; May, .'.."."; retlned, dull; continent.
S"..:i; South Anierlen, 0.I0: eunipuiiu I,
4":i47ic. Pork yuiet. steady; mess,
$la.2"ial".75. Butter Fair demand; choice
llrm, unchanged. Cheese Fjin y firm, fair
Jobbing demand, unchanged. Kgus - Weak,
slate nnd Pennsylvania, I2.i12'l.c. ; south
ei n, Ufall'c; lee house i :i?e. $1.7."a2.Sj;
western fresh, U'iallc. ; duck, 23u3Ue.
'I oledo nrnln Market.
Tol-Ja, Feb. 27. Wheat -Hei-elpts, !,"'i0
IniEl.eL; shlpnnriits, l.''t bushels; dull;
No. 2 red cash, 71c; May, 747c; July,
7o-c. Corn Receipts, 31,0"0 bu-lies; ship
ments, l.uon bushels; easy; No. 2 mled
caah, 2i'.; No. 2 white. 20c: No. 3 yellotv,
2Sc O.fts Receipts. l.Oao bushels; No. 2
while rush. 22c. Rye Quiet: No. 2 cash,
lie. f loversced Receipts, M l.ji; ship
ments, 1.2lii bags; steady; prime cash anl
Oil City, Ph., Feb. 27. Petroleum Credit
Imlaines, l.30. At the F.xehaiige, l.i",
was the only quotation for the option.
National Transit runs, ;tn,:N:t barrels; ship
ments, 7.521 barrels. Iluckey runs, 71,2X7
barrels: shipments, 7,2M barrels.
Pittsburg. Feb. 27. Oil opened, $l,2fi;
highest, Jl.l'rt; lowest, $1.23; closed, $1,25.
Credit balances, J 1. 3a.
Buffalo Live Stock.
Buffalo, Feh. 27. Cattle Slow, irencr
ally easier; no good rattle here. (10143
Dull, slow: Y'orkers. S4.l5a4.20: light, $4.25;
mixeil, $4.15a4.2o; mediums and heavy,
S.l5a4.20; roughs, t3.25a3.D: stan.4, t2.2.-n
3.25. Sheep and lambs Slow and lower
JOST-AT Y. M. C. A. HALL OR POST
J oflice, on Tneidar evwninr. a pair nf ve
glasses in rase. Knwnrd if returned to MRS.
W. H. UTOKK.H. No. 402 Wyoming avenue
MADAME Al'BKEY. OKEATFST LI VINU
clairrojrant in tlin world; tells past,
present and future. 212 Mulberry street.
TN RK: ESTATE OF ANNIE D. REKS,
1 deceased. No. 474, Series A. Orphans'
Court of Lackawanna County. Notice Is here
by given that the undersigned, an auditor ap
pointed by the Orphans' Court of Lackawanna
County to distribute the fund la the hands of
the administrators of the eatate of Annie D.
Keese. deeeaned. to the parties entitled there
to, will attend to the duties of bis aoDoint
mont at bis oftleeia the Municipal building,
Scranton. Pa-, on Saturday, February 2th.
1111, at o'clock p. m, at whlr h time and
place all parties Interested ninat appear and
resent tbelr ciaiuu or be forever debarred
-out coining in on said fund.
DAVID 1. DAVIS, Auditor.
for heavy lambs, with sheep full, easy;
prime handy, f4.Sua4.ti5; good to choice.
I4.35a4.4u; light to fair. 3.S6a4.25; culls
and common, t2.75aJ.7D; heavy lambs very
dull, t4.4ou4.is): mixed sheep, good to
choice. t3.4ua3.75; fair, t2.85a3; culls and
common, t2a2.75; heuvy thick skinned
Mii'hlguns dull; t3.23u3.40; old coarse ewea,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Feb. 27. Cattle Receipts, U.MO
head; market for choice firm, others
steady; common to extra steers, t3.3Ou4.50;
blockers and feeders, t2.75a3.85; cows and
bulls, tl.Coa3.SO; calves, t2.75aB.25; Texuns,
t2.25a3.8U. Hogs Receipts, 2)i,0O0 head;
market firm and 6c. higher; heavy packing
und shipping lots, t3.H04: common to
choice mixed, t't.80a4.05; eholc-e assorted,
ttaf.05: light, Jt.7,r.a4.ik1; pigs, .I"h4. Sheep
Receipts, 12,000 head; market steady: In
ferior to choice, t2.0Oa3.U5; lambs, t3.5fa
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, Feb. 27. Tallow is steady,
but there Is very little demund. We quolo:
City, prime. In hogs-heuds, Sc; country,
prime. In barrels. 3're.; do. dark. In bar
rels, 3u3!4c.; cakes, 4c; grease,
lDl.M H Ii:i) HQ)Y IN A TRUNK
Editor of an lona Paper Throws Light on
the .Mystery at Dee Moines.
"Webster City, la., Feb. 27. Kdltnr
Long, nf the Journal, published ut Alan
son, just west of here, lias identllled
the body of a man found In a trunk
nt Ies Moines as that of A. Taylor,
who lived ut M.nisou us lute as Septem
ber last. The dead man was employed
by C. K. Tliorne anil left Mm son
cause his employer could no longer
give (Din work.
After reaching Omaha he became
Sick With IVTihol.l fVc.r us ili.l hla
daughter, and both were removed to
the hospital. The ilouirhter died nlinut
six weeks ago. The dead man leaves a
widow and six children in poor circum
stances. If the Huby Is rutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup has
Bten usea tor over t irty 1 ears by Mil
Lens of Mother! for their Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success.
It Soothes the Child. Softens the Gums.
Allays all Pain; Cures Wind Colic and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
try Druggists in every part of the world.
Pe sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
hoo thing byrup, and take no othpr
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
Ml'CH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCR. W1IKN A BOOK ACCOUNT
TS MA DR. NO CIIAROK WILL BE LKS3
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS Rl'LE AP
PL1R3 TO SMALT. WANT ADS.. EX
PKI'T LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
AKU I.NSKKTKD FRKK.
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED-MEN KKOM ALL PARTS TO
learn the barhor trade: only 8 weeks
required to complete: situation furnished;
wages Satiinliivs, whiln learniuz; constant
practice: cuaiplnto 0111 lit of tools freo. Write
tor illimtrat il catalotun postpaid. Cincin
nati Barber College, 428 Plain street, Cincin
rANTED-AN AtiKNT IN EVERY HEC
It tion to canvass; gl.OOtoj-iOoaday niudn;
soils nt sinht; also a man to sell Maple Oootls
to dealers; best side line 175.00 a month; sal
ary or larse ronnnission nintle; experioncu
unnecpssai y. Clifton Soup and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
UT ANTED AN EXPERTSTEAM FITTER
to solicit work und make estiuiHtcis: a
good opportunity to the riKlit party. Address
STEAM FITTER. Tribune oflice.
WANTED- WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock auliserip
tions; a monopoly; big money lor agents; no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH CO.,
Borden Block, t'hloam 111.
Helo Wanted Female.
f 1 OOD, HTRONO OIRL Oil WOMAN FOR
f general hmisowurk. Apply, with refer
ence, to MliS. NOLU 1312 N. Aiain avenue.
ADIKS-I MAKE BKi WAGEH DOINO
J pleasant linnut work, nnd will gladly send
full particulars to nil seiidinn 3 cent stamp.
MISS M. A. BVEUlll.N'S. Lawrence, Mich.
U" ?AN'i'BD-LADV "AOEN"T"'l'2r" ML'RA&
ton to fI1 and introduce Snyder's cuke
icing: exporii'iicod riinyaassr preferred: Work
peiuiHiient mill very profitable. Write for
particulars at oncn nnd get benefit of holiday
trade. T II. SN'YDKK CO .JTnrlimatl. (
r ANTED IMMEDIATELY -TWO ENER
fV getio faleswoinen to repret.-nt us.
Ouaraiiteei JO a day without interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Write
for particulars, inclosing stamp. Mnngn Cham
ieaH 'ompanv. No. 72 John street. New York.
I 'OR SALE TEA KOI" TE; A OOUD
I1 clianco for tho right p.irty. Address J.
P.. Tribune oflice.
T.'OR HALE-HOL'SR AND LOT AT COR
J.1 ner of Meade and Burke street. All mod.
ern improvements nn premises. MRS. A.NiSIE
S i r. w Alt I , uuuinure, ra.
POR SAI.E-I PAIR HAY MAKES; I
J1 Mark nicer : very fast : prices low.
(it. KK.VSBI HKOI llt,K. Vt
I'OK HAI.E ONE OF
1 i'ouTitry places ne.,r
modern house and flue grouuds. MKS, MAlii
A YLESWOHTH, t'laiks tireen. Pa.
A NINE Hfil'M BOI SE KOK KENT. 1N-
1 quire . .iloin oo avmiue.
I'OK K K N T ItOI M S I N HARVEY'S IlKlt'K
I block. South W oaiing uveuiie. Inquire
at tiarvcy s fmik 31m.
I 'OR KENT -ROOMS NOW OCCT'PIED HY
tho Traders' Naliooil Bank: possesion
given ahont .Mny I. by V. 1 PtilLLll'd,
Casiiler Traders' National Bank.
V-OR RENT - KKOM APRIL I." LA ROE
1 brick hou-:e, 424 Mulberry street: all misl
ei 11 appliances. Inquire 243 N. Washington
,'Olt RES T TEN-ROOM HOUSE: AU,
modern conveniences. Inquire at 1228
I 'OR RENT-ONE HALF DOFBLE IIOCSE
715 Qulnry avenu". Rent reasonable.
Opposite closes Taylor Hospital.
1,'UK RENT-ONE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, LEE
court. Inqniie 021 Aoauis ave.
.'OR RENT NICKui Fl'RNISHED HALL
C suitubl.j for ludue rooms, JOHN JER
Jl YN, 119 Wyoming avenue.
TL'OK RENT THE PREMISES REt'ENTLY
1 ucrunied by The Scranton Trile ne.known
as the P.loeser Huilding, corner of Siiruee St.
and i-enii avu. Possession uiven imniedintely.
The preml-rs consist of the bciluing in the
rear of the building on the corner of sprtae
street and lean avenne. together with the
basement, and lso thx entire fourth floor of
the -orner Iniililing. Can be rented for Lodge
purpose as well as public ineetiiofs. Hles of
ball. :xl0TI with a n-roud hall 011 same
floor, 21'x.jo. For particulars inquire on
the premises, f Rudolph Hlueser, or at the
olliee of The fcranton Tribune.
Tlie upper Two Assem
bly Halls in our modern
building, corner Lacka
ay a 1 ma and I'enn Aves.,
beini? 50 feet front and
nearly 100 feet deep, with
steam heat anil passenger
elevator, to let. Will al
ter entrance to Lacka
wanna avenue, and adapt
floors for school, olliee,
gallery or light business
600 Pairs in the Lot, Representing the Best Stock That Can Be
Put into a Glove.
FORMER PRICE $2.00.
AUKNTS WANTED TO SELL CIGARS:
f 75 per month salary and expengee paid.
Address, with two-cent atuuip, FIUARO CI
OAR CO.. Chicago.
ANTED-TVO UOOD MEN TO SELL
tea and coffee cm commission In and
around Scranton; will furnish each with a
horse and a-uipn and pay 20 per cent, com
mission: u small bund required. For particu
lars address C. C . Tribuno oflice.
TO SEIiL" OUR PRACTICAL
told, silver, nickel and comer electro
platers: price irom upward; salary ana ex
penses paid: outfit tree. Address, with stamp,
MICHIGAN MFG CO, Chlcagi
AGENTS TOSEI.L CIGARS TO DEALERS;
$ii weekly and lenaes: experieniie an
neresaary. CONSOLIDATED MFG. CO., 4S
Van iiureii St.. Chicago.
SALESMAN 1'tT7'ARRYlilDE TNeTm
per cent, commission; aauiple book
mailed free. Addrese L, N. CO., btatlou L,
"i T OMIEHENTS ipPOINTED-TO
V sell new lightning sol Unit table cloth. mos
quito and house fly liquid at 10 cents and 25
rents a bn'tlo. Samjile tree. bOLGlANO
M'K'G Co., Baltimore, Aid.
AukNTH-HINDE'H PATENT UNIVER
sal Hair Curlera and Waver (usetl with
out heat), and "Pyr PoiutmV'liaii' Pius. Lib.
oral romuiissions. Free eampla and fnll par
tieulara. Address P. O. Box 450. New York.
'l'lIE ANNUAL MEETING OETHE STOCK
1 holders of tint Dickson Manufacturing
Company for tho election of nflicera, and the
consideration of such other busluees aa may
be broiiKht before tliein, will be held nttho
oflice of the company in Scranton on Wednes
day, the 11th day of March next, at 10 o'clock
a. in. WM. H. PERKINS, Secretary.
Scranton, February 21. 1SDU.
NOTICE-TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders ot The Lackawanna
Iron and Stool 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 tho oflice of the company,
in the city of Scranton, Pennsylvania, on
Wodnesdny, March 4, IH'JO, nt 2 o'clock p. m.
Tlis noils will remain open for one hour. The
transfer books will be closed on February Z,
111, and reopened on Mnrch 5. IKM.
I. P. HIUOINSON, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa.. Feb. 20, I MM,
1 You want this relic. Contains nil of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Picturea,abow
ing the fureea In actual battle, sketched on the
pot. Two volumes, 2,000 picture. Sold on
easy monthly payments. Delivered by ex-
Ii r ess complete, ail charges prepaid. Address
. O. MOODY, til Adams Ato., Scranton, Pa.
Ill.ANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAGA
J) lines, etc., bound or rebound at Till
TittBUNB omc. Uuick work. Reasonable
'RIPPLE CREEK IN VESTMENTS RE
J liable information, with Cripp'e Creek
mnp free; 3 years on ground: I: UK), 000 capital.
Tho Woods Investment Co. , Colorado Spring.
REGISTER'S NOTICE-TO ALL LEOA
tees, creditors and ot her persons inter
ested, notice la hereby given thut the follow
ing uamed person have filed their areouuls in
the olliee of the Register for the probate of
wills and granting letters of administration
In and for the county of Lnckawanu. that
said administrators, executors and iruardiaiis
have settled their accounts in the olliee of the
mid Register, and that tli asms will be pre
sented to the Orphans' Court of said county
on Monday, March 231, iHIMi, at 111 o'clock a.
in., at the Court House for confirmation.
I. Margaret Mclionald, iidiuiiiistratrix of
William McDonald, ilceenNtol.
I. Martin Neary, administrator of Tkoinaa
P. Nearv, deceased.
X. Fred 1'uters, administrator of John F.
4. Joseph H. Cognn, administrator of Charle
T. Cognn, deceased.
ft. William Hauinan, administrator of Cath
arine Hamnan, deceased,
ti. Major M. Win dell, executor of Edward
7. George iSlierinan. executor of Hannah
s. r'lorinda Mengle. administratrix of Jacob
H Final account nf W. S. Vail, cuardlan of
Edith J. Hotter. Adie M. Hollar and Harry E.
In ft r, miner children of Josiuh Hotter, de
censed. In. Fannie M. Carpenter, administratrix of
Hans n Carpenter, deceased.
II. Second partial account of Mary E. Jones,
Thomas E. Jones and Edward S. Joiies.uxecu
torsand trustee of Edward Jones, decsased.
12. Third partial account of Mury E. Jones.
Thomas E. Jone and Edward S. Jones, execu
tors and trustees of Edward Jones, deceased.
IX W. O. Jenkins, executor of Jabex Jenk
It. Pcninnah Murphy, administratrix of W.
W. Murphy, deceased.
I.V Paul it. Weitzel and Justuli Pail, execu
tors of C. A. Smith, deceased.
III. 4 rank R. liyun. administrator of Kitty
Rank, ne MrKe.-ne, ilrcased.
i;. Reuben S. Gillinuhuni administrator of
Franklin J. Powell, deceased.
Is. Charles Gardner, executor of Surah J.
IW. Angeline S. Swindle, administratrix of
Erastns t'. Swingle, deceased.
20. Emily S. Smith, surviving execntrix of
John S. Smith, deceased.
21. George II Smith and W. F. Erliardt, ex
ecutors of Joel (4. Smith, deceased.
22 Oeorgs M. Shelly, executor of William
a. John J. Fahey. surviving executor and
trustee of P. C. Callahan, dec-eased.
24. Carolina Krooks, administratrix of Da
vid P. Brooks, deceased.
2. John i. Mulrooney, administrator of
Thomas Riley, deceased.
26. m illiain E. Lloyd, at. D executor of
RacbM Nicholas, d-eased.
27. I Jickawsnna Trust and Safe Deposit Co.,
guardian of Nellie Muller.
Si Fourth and partial account of Rosanna G.
Tripp. Ezra 11. Ripple and Everett Warren,
trnstee of the estate of Ira '1 ripp, deceased,
20. W. B. Swick, administrator of Alauton
J) Final account of Lewie C. Hessler. euar-
dlan of Guy E. Stevens, minor child of Sarah
II. Stevens, ueceasea.
ill. John W. Busch, executor of Jacob Buscb.
w. n HOt'Kl.NS, Register.
LA DIRS I CMchesttf't Englith Pennyroyal Mi
iiHMKn ad), are the eat. .;. k-.i.
Tk M othff . Vbi 4:, um, MHatt " lUIWt
A SURE CURB
Warranted to cure 009 out of everv 1.000:
two doaea will take the worst rase of inflara-
n atory out of bed. fiOO par pint bottle.
Mannfartnred and sold hv
MRS. DR. HAMILTON. 34 Northampton
Street, Wllkes-Barre. Pa.
and for sale at 116 New York St., Urcea Ridge.
ANOTHER STIR IN
602-004 UCKL .VE., COR. I01IL
SITUATION WANTED-AS JANIiOR OR
O watcUmau; tuu year' expsrlence and
Wat of references, Addrua H., Box 28H,
TOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE SITUATION
J is willing to do anything. Address F. L.,
SINGLE MAN. 8a. WOULD LIKE WORK
ougentleinan' place. Addrea WORK
ING MAN, Tribune offloe.
lirANTED-POSITION BY YOU NO LADY
e stenographer and typewriter; can
also assist on books; experienced; beat refer
ences. Address STENOGRAPHER, 1(8 N.
Hyde Park avenue.
OITUATION WANTED AS BUTCH ft R, BY
O one who thoroughly understands meat
busiuess; can command a good trude; prefer
to work iu cash market; with good habits and
first-class reference. D. MORGAN, WM Weet
S'lfUATION "WANTED BY FIRST OP
.March as collector, by ono of business
qualifications; well used to city and out of
city; with good habits and reference. Ad
dross MORGAN, HON W. Market street.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
p girl to do general homework in a email
family. Address L. E.. Ho N. Fillmore ave.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXPERI
3 enced man as salesman, bookkeeper or
shipping clerk; beat references; wholesale
trade preferred, Address G. A. L, Tribuue
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG LADY
as clerk ; has bad experience in dry goods
and shoes, also in olHc. work: can furnish
reference if roqulred; is nnxiou to obtain a
position. Addreti ANXIOUS. I rlbune olfloe.
acneauie in t-iiect may 19, isoj.
Trains Leave Wllkes-Barre at Follows
7.25 a.m., week days, for Sunbury
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and tho Wost.
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, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
4.40 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burtc and the West.
G.OO p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOII. Grn'l Pass. Agent.
S. M. PRHVOSr, Ueneral Manager.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TI MK TABLE IN EFFKCT NOV. 17. 1893.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston,
Wllkes-Barre, etc at s.2o. D.U 11.30 a. m.,
I. 20, 2.00, 3.0."). tj.00. 7.10 p. m. Sunduys, v.oo
u. 111., 1.00. 2.1S, 7.10 p. m.
For Ailanllc City, 8.20 a. m.
For New V'ork, Newark and Elizabeth,
S.20 (express) a. 111., 1.20 (express with Uuf
fet parlor car), 2.06 (express) p. ni. Sun
day, 2.1 J p. m. Train leaving 1.20 p. 111.
arrive at Philadelphia, Heading Teriuliiul,
II. 21 p. m. ami New York 45 p. in.
For .Mauch Chunk. Allentown. Bethlu
hem, P.ustun and Philadelphia. 8.20 a. m.,
1 20, 2 05, ii.OO (except Philadelphia) p. 111.
Sunday, 2.16 P m.
For Long Branch, Ocean drove, etc., ut
8.20 a. m.. 120 p. in.
For Heading. Lebanon and Harrisburg,
via Allentown. 8.20 a. m., 1.20. 6.00 p. m.
Sunday. 2.15 p. m.
For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m., 1.20 p. m.
Kuturntng, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North Kiver, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10, 1.20. 4.30 (express with Buffet
parlor cur) p. m. Sunday, i.'SO a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, Heading Terminal.
1.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.20 p. in. Sunday 0.27
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application In id
vunce to the ticket agent al the station.
11. P. BALDWIN,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. H. OLIIATTSEN. Gen. Supt.
dvwvu July 3v, an 11 Bins will
mm M Mmw arrive u 1 iibw s-Hcnn-W'W
m wanna avenue station
ftW r as follows:
Mr Trains will leave Scran
ton station for Carbondale nd interme
diate point at iM. "J W-W
a. m.. 12.00, 2.20, 8.55, 6.U -15. 7.2.-, 9.10 und
UFr,'Farvlew, Waymart and Honesdale
at 7.00. 8.25 and 1010 a. m., 12.00, 2.20 and 0.16
'''For Albany, Saratoga, the Adirondack
and Montreal at 5.45 a. m. and 2.20 p. m.
For Wflkea-Hnrre and Intermediate
Dolnts at 7.45, 8.45, 9.38 and 10.45 a. m.. 12.05,
1 20 2 3. 4.00, 5.10. 6.05, 9.15 and 11.38 p. m.
Train win mriw . oi-minvii niaiion
from Carbondale and Intermediate points
at 7 40, 8.40, 9.24 and 10.40 a. m., 12.00, 1.17,
2.34. 8 40, 4.54, 6.55. 7.45, 9.11 and 11.83 p. m.
l fu, .m, u.0.1, ii.m
m Honesdale. Waymart am
at 9.34 a. ra., 12.00, 1.17, 3.40.
wl.w a I
7.45 p. m.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc.,
at 4 54 and 11.33 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barre and Intermediate
rotnt at t it, 8 04, 10.06 and 11.66 a. m l.lf
14, 139, 5.10, (.08. 7.20, 9.01 and 11.16 p. m.
7.45 p. m.
Hake Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
Nov. 17. 1895.
Train leave Scranton for Philadelphia)
and New York via D. ft H. R. R. at 7.4l
a. m 12.05. 1.20, 2.38 and 11.38 p. m.. via D ,
L. A W. It, H., 6.00, 8.08. 11.20 a. m. and 1.3
I.eave Scranton for Pituton and Wllkes
Barre. via D.. L. & W. R. K e.00, 1.Oa, 11.81
a. m 3.40, 8.07, 8.62 p. m.
..L'v Scranton For White Haven. Ha.
rleton, Pottnvllle nnd all point on the
r.eifr.M.??dow nd Pottsville branches,
via E. W V. R. R 6.39 a. m.. via D. St
H. R. R. at 7.45 a. m.. 12.06, 1.20, 2.88. 4.00 p.
!2" ?'iJ w- K. 8.00, 8.08, 11.2 a.
in., 1.30, 3.40 p. m.
Leave Bcranton for Bethlehem, Kaaton.
Heading, Harrisburg and all Intermediate
??inl J1 D- H. R. R. 7.45 a, m 12.06.
'ri20!-2 ?. 0. 11.38 p. m via D.. U ft Wl
R. R., t.OO. 8.08, 11.20 a. m.. 1.30 p. m
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, To.
wanda, Klmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate point via D & H. R. R.. 8.43
a. m., 12.05 and 11.35 p. m., via D., L. at W.
R. R.. 8.08, 9.65 a. m.; 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all
P?iluS -1!,at vl D & H. K. It., 8.45 a. m
12.0u, 9 15. 11.38 p. m.. via D.. L. & W. R. K.
and Plttston Junction, 8.08. 9.65 a. m., 1.34,
p' m," y,a E- & vv- V. R. H., 8.41 p. m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca,
via D. ft II. R. R 8.45 a. m. 12.05, 8.05 p. m..
v' P-L. & W. R. R., 8.08. 9.55 a m." 1.39,
and 8.07 p. m.
Pulman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. ft H.
Junction pr Wllkes-Barre and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Oen. Supt.
CHA8. S. LEE. Gen. Pass, Agt.. Phlla.. Pa,
A. W. NONNEMACHER. Asst. Oen.
Pa. Agt.. South Bethlehem. Pa.
Del., Luck, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24, 1893.
Trains leave Scranton a follows: Eg
press for New York and all point East.
1.40, 2.50, 6.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a, m.; 12.66 and
3.34 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel.
phla and the South, 6.16, 8.00 and 1.65 a. ra..
12.55 and 3.24 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 3.63 p, in.
Tobyhaiinu accommodation, 8.10 p. m
F.xpress for Blnghamton, Oswego, EN
mlra, Corning, Bath, Dansvllle, Mount
Morris nnd Buffalo, 12.10, 2.86 a. m.. and
1.21 p. m., making close connections at
Buffalo to all points In the West, North
west and Southwest.
Rath accommodation, J a. m.
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. m.
Ulnghaiiiton und Elmira Express, 0 0
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
ITtlca and Klchtleld Hiring, 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, Wllkes
Barre, Plymouth, Hloomsburg and Dan
ville, making close connections at North
umberland for Willlumsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland und Intermediate ata
tlons, 8.00, 9.55 n. m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
Nantlcoke and intermediate stations,
8.0S and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stations, 2.40 and 8.52 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches 08)
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, 323 Lackawanna avenue, of
depot ticket office.
Krie and Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Scranton for New Yoric
and Intermediate points on the Erie rail,
road ut 7. 00 a. in. and 3.29 p. ni. Also for
Honesdale, Hawley and local point at
7.00, 9.40 a. m. und 3.29 p. m.
All the above are through train to ana
Trains leave for Wllkes-Barre at 139 a.
m. and 3.19 p. m.
CH ANTON DIVISION.
In Effect September Sattel, 1SB5.
(Trains Dally, Ix.
p KiArrlve Learei
TSj'n. Y. Franklin S'J
7 10: West 4Hnd street
7 ma WMha.1n I
If itiArrlTe Leave!
1 15."Hahcnck Junction!
1(6 46 flltO
6 8-ijll IS
nit 11 m
7 141 3 48
T (0 t
7 87 8 S
8 It II on
7 8ti 4 of)
7 38. 4 161
f 89 4 14
T 41 14 17
I 10 10 90 t
!r m u Lavo
7 46' 4 KM
AU trains run dallv eicent Kundar.
t slgBlOes that trains atop oa signal tor pee
Herure rates via Ontario a Western before)
Circhaslng tickets and save money. Bay aaft
lagt Kipreaa to the West.
(i.v. Anaorson, uen. nss. ab
T. riltorott, Dir. pasa, Agt. Seraatca, Pa.