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THE KCRA15TON TRIBUND WEDNESDAY MOBNTITO. MAKCH 18. 1896.
STILL TALKING ON CUBA
Seiator Morgaa Closes a Seven
MR. MILLS NEXT ON THE FLOOR
Seaator Pngh on Silver Colmage-How St
Patrick's Day. Observed l
tb Uoase Custoaa Bill
Washington. March 17. In a four
sours' speech today Senator Morgan
(Dem., Ala.) closed his defence of the
action of the committee on foreign re
lations in reporting the Cuban resolu
tions. He replied to the criticisms of
Senators Hale (Kep.. Me.). I,oar
(lUp., Mans.) In connection with tne
statements from the Spanish minister;
and he placed against those arguments
on the side of Spain, the statement of
yuesada, the Cuban representative In
Washington, and various other news
paper publications besides various
written communications detailing stor
ies of atrocities perpetrated In Cuba
during the last insurrection. Hli
speech today and yesterday occupied
altogether about seven hours. It will
be followed tomorrow with a speech on
Hie same subject by Mr. Mills (Dem..
Senator Pugh (Dem., Ala.) also
brought to a close today the speech
which he began yesterday in favor of
the free coinage of silver.
The house observed St. Patrick's day
by devoting its session entirely to the
consideration of the bill reported last
week from the committee on ways and
means providing a revision of the cus
toms administrative act of June 10. 1890,
by making changes to sections 10 to IS
inclusive and 1 of the law. The bill
makes the following principal changes:
That Invoices of merchandise Bhall
be made out In thecurrency of the coun
trry of exportation. Instead of In the
currency in which the goods were pur
chased; requiring the persons making
oath to Invoices In foreign countries to
do so before native oftlcers authorized
to administer oaths, so as to make them
liable to prosecution for perjury;
abolishing the 10 per cent, limit of un
dervaluation In Invoices, and milking
the additional duties imposed for un
dervaluation run with any increase of
the appraisement; permitting appeals
from the findings of the general ap
praisers only on questions of law, and
providing that protests of Importers
against the appraisement of the collec
tor shall be accompanied by a fee of
No substantial amendment was made
to the bill, and after live hours' consid
eration in committee of the whole It was
reported to the house and passed with
out a division.
Grand Demonstration in Honor of Salva
tion Army Commanders.
London, March 17. Twenty thousand
persons attended a meeting of the
Salvation army held in Crystal Palace
for the purpose of welcoming General
Booth, the commander of the army,
who returned a few days ago from In
dia, and bidding God-speed to Mr. and
Mrs. Booth-Tucker, who will sail short
ly for New York to assume the com
mand of the Salvation army in the Unit
ed States. The principal feature of the
meeting was an address delivered by
General Booth, after which Mr. and
Mrs. Booth-Tucker were called to the
front of the platform. . Two ottlcers
then lifted an American and Salvation
nrmy Hag over their heads, which was
followed by a remarkably unanimous
outburst of cheering and clapping of
hands, which lasted a minute.
General Booth then grasped the
hands of his son-in-law and daughter,
and In a few thrilling words dedicated
them to their new work.
NOT SEPARATED IN DEATH.
Cavaaogb Sisters PI Within a Few Hours
of t:eeh Other.
Alton, Ind., March 17. Misses Honora
and Annie Cavanagh, who lived with
and for each other during the past
seventy-three yeurs, died within a few
hours of each other this morning of la
grippe, and will he burled side by side
in one grave tomorrow. They came to
this country during the year 1848, in
company with their father, who was a
native of County Wexford, Ireland.
Nora and Annie were twins, and often
declared that they never met anyone
that they loved better than they loved
each other, and that If a man ever
loved one of them he never had cour
age to say so or attempt to separate
them. Both women were well educat
ed and Intelligent, and left sufficient
means to defray funeral expenses.
PLAN TO MAKE MONEY.
Woman Charged with (Jetting I'ncle Sum
to Redeem a $10 Dili Tw ice.
Buffalo, March 17. A peculiar case
Wherein Intent to defraud the govern
ment Is charged, came up yesterday be
fore United States Commissioner Nor
ton. Last month Mrs. Catharine Nau
kam, a widow, took the major portion
of a $10 bill to a bank for redemption,
alleging that the other portion had been
burned. The bunk secured redemption
by the United States treasury.
On March 5 the treasury department
at Washington received the missing
Von need never wear limp or wilted
collar ifvou wearthe "Celluloid." It's
rain and perspiration proof. When it
gets soiled you can clean it in a min
ute with a wet cloth or sponge. It will
outwear six linen collars, and save ma
ny times iu cost in laundry bills. The
is the only satisfactory water-proof
collar made. The genuine "Celluloid"
interlined collars and cuffs are stamped
with the above trade mark. All others
If MIUiMttlwaH mil the vl1alola" '
toed. Mnd to difrrt. Collars sue. each ; cuss
M. Mir, postpaid. Mentioa stse ud atjto (aUaa
a ertaraaii-dowa) wanted.
rum cBUkoaoio compact, )
portion of the 110 bill from Buffalo, ac
companied by affidavits of Mrs. Nau
kam and her daughter. Adeline, that
the bill had been thrown in the stove
by mistake, and the rest of it had been
consumed, and asking for its redemp
tion. The matter was turned over to
the department of justice, and Mrs.
Naukam and daughter were arrested.
PEARL BRYAN MURDERERS.
They Will Be Taken to Keataeky for
Cincinnati. O.. March 17. The circuit
court judges handed down their deci
sion in the Jackson and Walling extra
dition case at 11 o'clock this morning
without granting a stay. This means
that the attorneys for the defense will
not appeal the case to - the Supreme
The prisoners are now in the Jurisdic
tion of Sheriff I'lummer, of Campbell
county, Ky., and he may take them to
that state at any moment to be tried
for the murder of Peart Bryan.
LOCATES HER SWEETHEART.
A Yonng Woman Adopts Male Attire and
' Traces Him from Cincinnati o Mew
New York, March 17. Miss Mary
TVhltmore last night found In New
Brunswick, N. J., under strange and ro
mantic circumstances, her sweetheart,
front whom she was separated a month
ago In consequence of his being obliged
to flee from Cincinnati to avoid arrest
on a charge of robbery. Friday after
noon a slender, refined-looking lau
walked Into the George street police
station. In New Brunswick, and asked
for a night's lodging. He told Police
Sergeant Kuhn. who looked at him with
surprise, that he was tired and cold
with walking, and that he needed rest.
The sergeant told the youth he would
give him a free lodging if he would
rake down the stoves in the station and
carry out the ashes.
While the boy. who appeared to be
about 17 years old. was working Kuhn
watched him, thinking it strange that
a young lad with so refined an appear
ance should appear In the role of a
vagrant. After a few minutes' con
versation with the boy after his work,
Sergeant Kuhn said to him: "I be
lieve you have been lying to me, and
you ure not a boy at all."
The lad looked defiant for a moment,
but under the gasse of the policeman
broke down and confessed. More than
to say that she was Mary Whltmore, of
Cincinnati, the girl refused to make
any explanation about herself. , Ser
geant Kuhn gave her a quarter to get
her supper, and told her if she would
come back afterward and see the chief
she would bo cared for.
After much urging and threatening
Chief of Police Harding persuaded the
girl to tell her story. Miss Whltmore
said that almost a month ago her
sweetheart, John Williams, had been
falsely accused of robbery and had to
leave his home to escape arrest. Hard
ly a week had passed, she said, when
the police learned that Williams was
Innocent and no further effort was made
to And him. He had said something to
his parents about going to see his aunt
at 1415 Fairmont avenue, Philadelphia,
but telegrams sent to that address
failed to bring any word from him.
"When he went away," Miss vVhit
more continued, "he was almost heart
broken, and my constant fear that he
might try to make way with himself
at last made me determined to go after
him. Without saying anything to my
parents, last Wednesday morning, I
took what money I had and started for
Philadelphia. There I learned that
John had started only a few hours be
fore for New York. His aunt said that
he was penniless and discouraged. This
was enoush for me, and I took the
first train for Trenton, hoping to head
him off. I. knew that he would either
get on a freight train or walk. At Tren
ton I exchanged my dress for a cheap
suit of clothes, believing that I would
be more safe In that attire. Then 1
went to Kahway, and began walking
toward New Brunswick, hoping that
by some chance I might meet John.
"About two miles from the place a
gang of rough tramps held me up and
stole every cent I had. I was terribly
frightened, and when they let me go,
hastened on until I reached this city."
The story touched Chief Harding and
he promised the girl to help her all he
could to find her missing sweetheart.
He gave her money to stay at a re
spectable boarding house and told a
policeman to go with her and try to
get her some clothing suited to her sex.
Just as the frail girl and the big police
man were about to leave the station
two young men walked in and one of
them asked for lodging. At the sound
of the voice the girl looked up and
cried for Joy: "Why, It's John! I have
found you at last." It was the young
man she had traveled so many weary
miles to find. He had been tramping
along railroad tracks and stopped for
After the two had talked for an hour
In the chief's private room, the police
found lodging for them. This morning
they both started for Philadelphia, their
tickets having been purchased for
them. Williams said he would get
money there, so that he and his sweet
heart could get back to Cincinnati.
INDIAN GIRL DIVORCED.
Husband Brands Her with Skull and
Crossboncs Before Desertion.
Guthrie, O. T.. March 17. The first
divorce ever granted to a Kiowa In
dian, or. In fact, to any member of the
affiliated tribes of the Kiowos, Com
n nones or Caddoes, was granted In the
F.I Keno district court yesterday. The
plaintiff In the case is a full-blooded
Kiuwa gill named Bealhoo Koo. She
alleges that two years ago she was
abducted by a ha If -breed Caddo, named
Walter I'pday. and taken to Fort
Smith, Ark., but she escaped and start
ed for the Darlington Indian agency,
Oklahoma, on foot.. Upday followed
within a few weeks, and later married
the girl, the Indian wedding ceremony
The first night of the honeymoon he
branded a skull and cmsshones on her
arm and gave her a potion, which she
refused to take and which proved to be
poison. Within twenty-four hours he
deserted her. Recently Mrs. Upday be
came enamored of a Kiowa Indian, and.
upon being told that & marriage could
not take place until a divorce was se
cured, she enlisted the sympathy of
white friends. The court granted the
divorce and restored the girl's maiden
HE WAS BOILED BY MALT.
Watchman's Horrible Death In a Dis
McKeesport. Pa., March 17. A large
copper still In Thomas Moore's distillery
here exploded this afternoon. Charles
Klota, the watchman, was killed. He
was cooked with the boiling malt.
One end of the building was blown
out. Klots was a brother-in-law of
Mayor Andre, and leaves a wife and
DEAD IN THE BATH.
Determined Suicide of a Young Physician
Toledo. Ohio, March 17. Dr. Charles
Massbacher, a prominent young physi
cian of this city, -was found dead In his
bathroom Sunday with a, bullet hole In
his head, and under the) most myster
He was found lying In the bathtub,
and the revolver was found at the
farthest corner of the room.
THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
Wall Street Review.
New York, March 17. Speculation at the
Stock Exchange today was quiet, the deal
ings aggregating only 151,119 share, and
of this meagre, total the industrials fig
ured for 101,400 shares. While the course
of the market was Irregular until near
the close the undertone was decidedly
firm. London, which has toeen rather In.
different of late turnel up as a buyer of St.
Paul, Louisville and Nashville and North
ern Pacific preferred. The touying for
foreign account was attributed to the
prevailing impression that the Venexu.
elan boundary question will be settled
amicably. Covering of short contracts
had considerable to do with the Improve
men in Northern I'acltlc Preferred and
Baltimore and Ohio. The rise in the lat
ter at one lime was equal to 1 per cent.,
the stock having sold up to 17V The
greatest Improvement, however, was ill
the Industrial group. Sugar rose 24 lo
117i: General Electric. l to ST Mi-. Cotton
Oil Preferred. 1S to St: Bay State tins,
to 23. anil Laclede Gas Preferred, 3 10
31. Sugars strength was due to state
ments that the company had acquired im
mense quantities of the raw material an.1
was In a position to dictate terms so far
as the product is oonrernod. General
Electric was bought by brokers who Us
tired prominently In the recent rise to Sst's;
Tobacco an'l leather Preferred were er
ratic throughout, but finally closed at
per cent, lower on 4he day. The mark?t
closed firm In tone. Net chanci-e show
advances of Ka2 Per cent.. Sugar leadi
lug. - ?
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN. ALt.FM
A CO., correspondents for A. P. CAMl'r
BELL, stock broker. 412 Spruce street. !
Op'n- High- Low- Cios
Inc. ert. ent. Ing.
Am. Tobacco Co 8.1'i 83&j &: KKJj
Am. Cotton Oil M's W'a
Am. Sugar R'g Co..H5; llo'i lli't
Atch., To. & S. Fe... W Hi 1 ,
Ches. & Ohio 1M W l'?4
Chicago Gas 6ii W, tWVj
i. r- m in-, i"" i"i-a ,-..
DIst. & C. K 1 '"
Ghii. Kleotrlc 3'i 374 S'i's
Lake Shore H7 U7 14i 1
Louis. & Nash 62 64 RSjs 64
M. K. & Texas, Pr. 2i 2t'i 2S' :sv
Manhattan Ele 1"4 HHs UW 1"'
Slo. Pile 21 S3 S3' 2J'l
Nat. Cordage 6 6 5 6
Nat. lud 2J 24 2 ! j
N. V. & N. E 47 47 47 4. !
N, Y.. L. K. W 1 1" 1? .,W
N. Y., S. & W i s ; 4
N. Y., S. & W., Pr... 23 21 2.1 24
New. Pat- 12 W MJ
Ontario West 14 14 14 iV-f
Pae. Mull 2.i 2i 2J , ft
Phil. & Hca.1 11 11 11 JJ
Southern It. K s s
Southern II. It.. Pr.. 3U 3 ) J '
Tenn. C. Iron 29 Ell 2 2fl
Texas Pacific 8 i ' J '
Union Pacilic 7 7 7 lh
Wabash, Pa W Wi 7 , 1. '
Western I'nion 1j'-j '
W. L l'l'i 1 ,f
ir. S. Leather ' "
P. H. leather, Pr.... 8 2 "
S. Kubber 27 27 S!i SS'.ij
CHICAGO BOARD OF THADB FRTCPS.i
Op'n- Hish- Low- Clos--
WHEAT. In, est. rt. In. ,
May 62 3 2 r,3
July ta 3s 2?i !
May 21 20 20 . 24i;
Julv 20-S, 80s 20 SO'.
Mnv 29 2f 29 2!ii
Julv 8 30 3U 3'
LARD. ' i
May MS r..4S r..4i) Ml)
Julv C.67 6.67 G.62 'b.6-
Mnv 977 9.77 H.05 9.T7
July H.96 9.95 9.S2 9.86
Scrnnton Board of Trade rxchanseQuo-totiona-AII
Quotations Based on far
of 100. 1
Name. , Bid. A3kel.
Dime Dep. A Dis. Bank 135
Scranton Laoe Curtain Co 69
National Boring & Drilling Co. ... ft
First National Hank C60 ....
Pcrantsn Jar & Stopper Co ' ' a
Sprlr.g Brook Water Co 303
Elmliuret Uoulevard Co ino
Scranton Axle Works go
tit-raiiton Savlngx Hank ftx)
Scranton Traction Co .. 15
lionta Plato Qlnas Co 10
Scranton Car Replncer Co 109
Scanton Packing Co j
Weston Mill Co 230
Lackawanna Iron & Sieel Co l.'iO
Scranton Bedding Co 103
Scranton Glass Co 100
Scranton Fans. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 lit
Scranton Traction Co Si
people's Street Railway, first
mortgage, due 191K 110
Scranton Flttston Trac. Co to
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School S 102
City of Scranton Street Imp 1 ... lOj
Scranton Axle Works 100
Borough of Wlnton 6 ' loo
Rush Brook Coal Co lOi)
New Vork Produce Market.
New York, March 17. Flour Un
changed, quiet and steady. Wheat Spot
market dull, firmer; No, 2 red store and
elevuitor, 79i; afloat, Wia.; ungraded red,
MaSJc; No. 1 northern, &!'.; options
moderately active and firm at ac. ad
vance. March, 71c: April, 70c; Mny,
70c.; June ami July, 0c-: Auguat, 69c,.;
September, ic. Corn Snots, dull firm;
No. 2 at 38c, elevator; 39c, ailoat; op
tions llrm, unehaiuieil to er--aWMiee;
March, 37c.; May, :Uc; June, 3c: July,
;,o. ; September, ;r7c. Oats Spot .ifltll,
stronger; options dull, steady; March, 25c. ;
May, 24V.; spot prices, No. 2 at 2.Vc;
No. 2 white, 2c; No. 2 Chicago. 2iia2i'ic. ;
No. 3 at 24a24!4c: No. S white, 2e.;
mixed western, 2'u21o.; white, do., 27u29c.;
white state, 27uio. Provtsious Dull,
steady, iinc'annged. Pork Steady, "mod
erate demand; mess, $1(ial0.60. Lard
Quiet, easy; western steam, $.1.37; city,
ti.H"; May, $3.(K; relined, dull icontlneni,
t'.86:South America, t't.Vi; compound,
4",a4o. Cheese Kalr jobbing, ilvoiunll,
unchanged. Eggs Fair dumatt'l.g, un-i-hanged.
.Hutter Fine, steady, ntotier
ately active, unchanged.
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo. March 17. Close-Wheat Re
ceipts. 1K.U3.1 bushels; shipments, G.2ou b'lsh-t-ls;
firmer; No. 2 red cash. ii!:c,; May.
70io. : July. Wc. Con Receipts, l.l.TTl
bushels; shipments, .'6Xi bindiels; duU;
nothing doing. 014s Dull; No. 2 mlxM
May, 2l'4c. Cloversced-f Receipts, .to)
bas; shipments, C7 bags; steady; prlnio
cah. 4.6o; Murch, fl.42; April, J-U2j
prime timothy, tl.CU. '
C.hlcnan Live Stock.
Union Stock Yards, III., March 17. Cat
tle Receipts, 3.6W head; market strong;
common to extra steers, $3.U'al.7(; stack
ers anil feeders, S2.Kia3.7r; cows and bulls,
il.76aH.ti0; cnlves, $3a..76: Texans, (2 10.1
4.16. Hogs Receipts, 19.000 head; markvt
strong and 5c. higher; heavy packing -ind
shipping lots, &1.96a4.10; common to cho!ca
mixeil, S3.9oa4.lo; choice assorted, $4.10a
4.16; light, SS 6n4.ir; pigs. 3.4oa.io. Sheep
Receipts, 15,000 head; market for sheep
steady, lambs weak and loal6o. lower; In
ferior to choice, S2.75a3.76; lambs, $3.30ai.V3.
Rnffnlo Live Stock.
Buffalo, N. Y., March 17. Cattle Steady
and firm; poor to good fat cows, $1.8.'mS;
light steers, S3.40a3.G0; light to good veals,
S4a6.u0; choice, S6a.60. Hogs Steady to
Mixing; Yorkers, S4.1ua4.20: pigs and light,
S4.17a4.20; mixed packers nnd mediums,
S4.15a4.20; good to extra heavy, S4.16a4.-2o;
roughs, S3.40a3.00; stags, S176a3. Sheep
and lambs Firm; good to choice mixed
sheep, S3. 76a! ; common to fair, S3.26a3.li5;
prime lambs, S4.85a4.90; good to choice,
$4.60a4.8Oj culls to fair. S3.fi6a4.50.
Philadelphia Tnllnw Market.
Philadelphia. March 17. Tallow Is quiet
and unchanged. We quote; City. prlm,
In hogsheads, 3c; country, prime. In
barrels, 2c.; country, dark. In barrels.
3a3c.; cakes, 4c.; grease, 3c.
THREE YEARS IN A TRANCE.'
The Patient Aronsod by New Speclfie
Indianapolis, Ind., March 17. .Super
intendent Rogers, of the Western In
diana Hospital for the Insane, is treat
ing epileptic patients with a prepara
tion made from the thyroid glands of
sheep. The experiments have been so
satisfactory that he Is preparing to
give the matter publicity through the
Two cases, he says, have been remark
able In their results. One was that of
a patient who had lain In a trance for
three years, sleeping soundly at night,
but lying all day with his eyes half
open, evidently in an unconscious state.
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C. C. C. & St. L 5 37'i ' h'
Chtc, .Mil. St. P.. 7iV4 'S . ' ,
Chic. It. I. & Pan... 71- 7t'i 71 -i 71
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Another was an epileptic, who had no
power of locomotion, but could stand In
any position placed for hours at a
time. The epileptic was entirely cured,
and the trance patient Is so far restored
.that he sits up and talks rationally.
On one occasion during the treatment
of these patlenta the medicine gave out
and the patients grew worse, but they
recovered readily when the treatment
Tropical Fruits Alone Save Many Cuban
Residents from Starvation.
March 17. Some idea of the devastation
already wrought by the war in Cuba
may be gathered from the fact that
fifty-seven towns have been destroyed
In the four western provlnccsi "
. Most of these towns have been burned
by the insurgents for resisting attacks,
or, because they were being used as
depots of supplies for government
troops. In some coses like that of Ca
banas, the troops demolished the town
to trevent the Insurgents from occupy
ing lt Very little of the destruction
has been done wantonly by either side.
In the general devastation of the
Pinar Del Rio tobacco warehouses have
been burned and the Indications are
that the cro? will not be permitted to
reach the coast. Banana and pine ap
ple crops will be Interfered with. Thou
sands of people are destitute, and were
lt'tiot for tropical fruits and the tropi
cal climate, starvation would be theirs.
General Weyler's decree. In ordering
the confiscation of property In Havana
and Pinar Del Rio provinces of all who
fall to report allegiance to Spain has
produced great Indignation. His de
cree against planters and others who
Contribute funds or aid to the Insurg
ents In any way, applies to the case of
American owners of estates, who have
bald money to insurgents for protection
,,to ineir property. General Pando, in
..command of the second army corps at
$anta Clara has Issued a proclamation
.calling upon every citizen to Join the
volunteers and dcelnrlng that all who
are able to carry arms and do not, do
.ao through weakness In their patriotic
sentiment. AH mayors of towns , are
directed to prepare lists of all who are
Indifferent or suspected, and send to
Thursday 110 political prisoners or
suspects arrived In Havana from Santa
Clara, and were sent to Moro Castle.
, CORPSE ON THE TRACK.
Pittsburg Train Huns Over tho Body of
Pltlshnrir. P11 Mniv.), 17 -tiTtiitm
Nerr, aged 3a years, ex-constable at
em fsewion, was .murdered near that
place early this morning. His body
was then plnced on the tracks of the
Pittsburg, McKeesport and Youghlo
gheny railroad and was run over by a
frelirht train. Thum la avi.l..nnA
desperate struggle near the railroad
uaiK, in wnicn at least three men par
ticipated. A trail of blood In the snow led di
rectly to where Neff's body was lying
on the track. There are other evidences
of foul play, but no clue to the perpe
trators. Neff leaves a widow.
WOES OF AN OPERA COMPANY
Tho llinrtchs Trotipo Will start for
St. Louis, Mo., March 17. The Gustav
Hinrlchs' Opera company came to grief
Inst night. All Its advertised date.i
were canceled and the members of the
company will leave for Philadelphia
Monday. Bad weather, the retarding
effect of the Lenten season and the ab
sence of the advertised star, Mme. Ne
vada, combined to end the tour In dis
aster. At the Olympic a large audience wait
ed till 9 o'clock lust night to see Fanny
Davenport appear In '-Ln Tosca," when
the manuger nnnounced that she was
sick and could not appear. Miss La
venVort is suffering from rheumatism.
I'lro of I'nknown Origin In a Cleveland
Cleveland, O., March 17. Fire of an
unknown origin early this morning de
stroyed the four-story brick building
at No. 717 Cedar avenue, owned by the
F. H. Kimball estate, and an adjoining
residence, owned by H. A. Vaughan.
The- KimjBall building was occupied
by n number of manufacturing con
cerns, all of whom lost everything.
The less on building and contents will
approximate $45,000, with Insurance of
about two-thirds. The night watch
man of the Kimbert building, name un
krown. Is missing.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR !N AD
VANCK. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
J9 MADE. NO CHARGE WILL RE LES9
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALT. WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
H'AXTI'D-MF,M AND WOMEN TO
work at limne: 1 p ly S1 to per week
for ranking nivon Portraits; neir patented
method: nnyoua who ca t re id and write can
do tho woric lit li'imn, in snarn time, oay or
evn'ns; xend for panic il.irs ami Iwgin work
rtonro. dUrt-s3 H. A. Uripu, Uermaa Artist,
WANTED-N AO f NT IN EVERY SRC
linn tocanvaw: ?4.00tnf5 Oil a dny made;
!! nt sight; nlans man t( -lt Maple floods
to dealers; beat tide line i'5.10 a month: sal
ary r liirse cmmniusion marie; experience
unneecssa y. Clifton toap and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
VANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock Biibserln
tionv, a monopoly Mg money for agents; no
capital required. EDWAKD C. F18H CO,
Borden Blocs. Chlcaeo. IIU
' Keln Wanted Females.
(tin clilldr n) to go to a country rlll-igo
an home keener; more for com puny than work.
Call at No. IGJ Wyoming T-niie. room 9.
ANTED A GOOD COOK AT THE Ho
tel W ayne, Uonesuals. Pa.-
ANTED r EVER AL APPRENTICES I'O
learn the dressmaking trade. Anolr at
121S Wabbnrn street.
GOOD. STRONG GIRL OR WOMAN K"R
geueral bnnxework Apply, with refer
ence, to 11 KS. NOLL, 1342 N. ., ain avenue.
IADIES-I MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
J pit sunt heme work, snd will gladly rend
full particulars to nil sending 3 cent stamp,
M1S M. A. BTEBBINH. Lawrence, Mich.
W ANTED-!. ADY AGENT IN HCRAN.
ton to sell and introduce Knydnr's cake
icing: experienced canvsawr preferred; work
rormanent and very profitable. Write for
particulnrs at once and get twneflt of holiday
!ra!?r.T?!Ji?!'TDI?,Jk J? .jniurinnatluO
VT ANTED 1M MEDIATELY Two" ENER
V getie saleswomen to repreant us.
Guaranteed t a day without Interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation, write
for particulars, inclosing stamp, Mango Chem
ical f. Vinpanv. No. 73 John street. New York.
Horses at Auction.
0R8K8 AT AUCTION AT CUSiCK'8
..t. i- i 1 a j t. iv .
M.M. Biwuir. junuuny. jngrcii i, ii i p, m.J
found ; young; work horses, from 1.3U) to 1,400
U1B DOOM IS SEALED THE KIN P.
well known bear of Waaler's Grove will
he shot Thursday, March It, at 2 p. m. All
shooters sod lovers of sport are eordlallr In-
AUGUST W ABLER.
We are showing tbe new
Spring Capes, Coats,
Ready-Made Suits and
Tbe line is by far tbe
Finest and Largest erer
shown in Scranton.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE.
VVTANTED-ALE3MAN; SALARY KK"M
J etsrl; permsnrut pi -re . UROWN
BIOS, t o , Nnrseryinea. Rocatsr, N. V.
Agents" wanted-to kellioarh;
(& per month salary snd expenses paid.
Addres. with two-cent stamp, FIGARO CI
OAK CO t hloaea ....
AGENT8-TO BELL OUK PRACTICAL
irold, silver, nickel and copper electro
platers: price from 3 upward; solar and ex.
Jesses paid; outfit free. Add: ess, with stamp,
UCBIGAN MEG CO., Chlcaeo.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
Si" weekly and expunsos; experlencs on
necessary, t ONHOLilJATED MFG. CO., 48
Van Uuren st. Cluoaira.
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; 25
per nut. commission; sample book
milled free. Address L, N. CO., btatloa L,
A'f" O.N CE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new lightning selling table cloth. mos
quito and house fly liquid at It) cents and '.5
cents a bo tie. Kftmpla tree. BOLG1ANO
JTFJG Ca, Baltimore, Md.
AGENTS HINDE'S PATENT DNIVER
sal Hair Curlers and Wnvers (usi with
out heat), and "Pyr Polnted"Halr Pins. Lib.
eral commiwiions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Adilrifis P. O. Box Now York.
I OR SALE-TWO IIORSEH. 2 BUTCH EH
wagons. 2 bii cities, 1 ali-ieh, harmmses and
11 of butcher's outfit; also mo t market for
rent; polngontof business; must he sold by
April 1st. Inquire of L E. tJCHULLER,
Blukoly street, Dnnmoro. .... ;.. ,
laVOO PRINTING OUTFIT FOR (WCAAH.
3 Write for pnrticnlars, W. N. MANCIIE8
1ER, Factory villp. Pa.
V acres in Kcrautou, one mile from the
courthouse; well atlap ed for building lots.
Must lie old In order to snttle estate. rt'AL
TKK BRIOGS, Conimonwenllh Bnililinr. - .
LOR BALE-HOUSI? AND LOT AT COR
r ner. of Meade and Bnrke street. All mod
ern Improvements on premises. MRS. A.NN1E
STEWART, Dnmnore, Pa,
: For Rent.
r atreot, Nos. 410, 418, 42! and 4!M; conveni
ent and oentral. Apply to Janiu. B. Watson,
st Flrsr National Bans, or A. D. Dean, Siuii
N. Washington avenue.
1.0R RKNT ONE-HALF OF FINE NEW
. double bouse, 9 rooms, with Improve
ments. Apply at 1H12 Jackson street,
IOR RENT WAREHOUSE ON D.. L
1 W. switch. SCRANTON STOVE WORKS
.H)R KENT KOi MH NOW OCCUPIED BY
V the Traders' National Bank; possession
Iven about Mny I, by F. I. PUILLIPd,
.'ashler Traders' National Bank.
IpOR RENT TEN-ROOM HOUSE; ALL
modern conveniences. Inquire at V13
FOR RENT-ONE-HALF DOUBLE HOUSE,
15 Qulncy avenue. Rent reasonable'
Opposite Moses Taylor Hospital.
1?OR RENT-ONE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, LEE
conrt. Inquire tiil Adams ave.
IOR RENT NICEij tf FURNISHED HALL
1 suitable for lodgo rooms, JOHN JER
M VN, 111) Wyoming ovenus.
The upper Two Assem
bly Halls in our modern
building, corner Lacka
wanna and Tenn Ayes.,
being T0 feet front and
nearly 1001'eet deep, with
steam beat and passenger
elevator, to let. Will al
ter entrance to Lacka
wanna aTenue, and adapt
floors for school, oilicc,
gallery or light business
SITUATIO WANTED Bi A YOL'NO
lsdy as sti noerai'kpr rr typewritur; eood
referenc s. Audress Box 81. did Forge, Pa.
VVANteu.by" a" you.no man. i-bVi'
' tiou as clerx iu bonk and stationery
tore; experienced. Addreis M., Tribune
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUXO
O msn In ofll' e or store. 17 years of age; ex
perience! sndenn give cood referen-es. Ad
dress RANDO I'll. S-ra iton ptMtofllo-
SITUATION WANTED-TO OO UT BY
the dav washing; wasbi'ira taken home,
also. Call or addre s L. 11., J'J4 bumm r aro
nue,clty. IJ'XPEKIENl'ED COAI MAKER AND
-J geueral tailor wsuts pns'ti n: can go to
work at once, A Idress L., 6IH Adam avenue
SITUATION WA.vTf.D-A8 BUICHER BY
O one who thoroughly nnd'-rstands the
meitt business: well s d to pddle or tend to
market; with good hahltsaud retereno.-s. Ad
dress D.. Tribune office. Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTKD AS CLbKCTOR
O by one who Is well usdto tho pit v and
out of the city, with luminous qualinVutions,
?ood habits and qnaliflcations. Address D
ribune ofHce, Scranton. Ps.
SITUATION WANTED AS BUTCH E.t: 20
years' exoerlence; goo I cutter and quick
at scales. AdJr 4 I1IL i'ON, care Mrs. Har
vey, Koliert avenue, Provld -ncs.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPEKI
O enced accouutant and book Ireoiwr to
open and post up looif, make h.Uu -e sheets,
djuse complicated accounts, iliio keep
traders' liooks morning or evening Terms
very moderato. Address Bookkeeper. 'Tribune
enced ivcountant and bookkeeper; sc.
counts audited or examined; bonks opened,
closed and written up; small seta kept up
mornings and evnnlnvs: terms rensimable.
Address J. H. J caie of Tribune office.
ANTED SHOW CASE AND CASH
Mlaa rUAU A 1' 1 15 T, . ... . .
' , --'. ..... u w x Annan. UIOM
Linden street. ... 71
MADAME AUBREY. GREATEST LIVING
clairvoyant in tbe world; tells naat
present and future. 211 Mulberry street
602-004 LICK. ML, COR. IDIIi.
llAYoa a Orrirs.
Scranton, Pa.. March u. 18N.
TOTICfS IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
ll porsuaao of resolution, of Common
Council, approved Murch 6, IsM, a special
eloction will be hel'l at tbe usual polling places
In the Eleventh ward of said city, upon Tues
day, the S4th dny ol March, lBUu, for the pur
pose of electing a member f L'omm-iu Coun
cil to serve for the uiioxnired term ending the
first Monday of April ml
(Sigued) W. L. CON NELL, Mayor.
., ; - taeclal Notice.
' X You want this relic. Contains all nt
Frank Leslie's famous old War Iictures,show
ing tbe forces in actual battle, aketobed on the
spot, 'two volumes, U,0uu pictures, ttold on
easy monthly payment. Delivered by ex
press complete, all cbarges prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY. W Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS. PAMPHLETS, HAOA
sines, etc., bound or rebound at Tits
Thiuvnb office. Quick work. Reasonable
LAOlRSt Oiichetttr't English emyroyal PMs
(Dlvnond Irani I. are the BeSt.
t t, a Mh.r. Snl fc, Minl, Tut tt-tfcubfil, " R.ltof
for letdiei,' iw Lmia ; by Rt
A SURE CURB
Warranted to cure VXI out of every 1.00U;
two uoees win isae lue worst case or innam
rratorv out of bed. 12.00 per pint bottle.
Manufactured and sold by
MRS. OR. HAMILTON, a4B Northameton
Street, Wllkes-B.rre, Pa.
and for sale at lift New Vork St., drcen Ridge.
Schedule la Effect May 19, itog.
Trains Leave WilketBarreai Follows
7.25 a. m,, week dayi, fop Sunbury
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West. -10.15
a. m., week days, for Haxleton.
Polttville, Reading;, Norrlttown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.17 p. m., week davs, for Sunbury,
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
4.40 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burs; and the West.
8.00 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 Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIMH TABLK IN EFFKCT MCH. lo. IR'kS.
Trains leave Scranton for Plltstun,
Wllki's-Barre, etc at S.liO, 8.1a, 11.S0 a. in.,
li.4'1, 2.00, 3.UD, D.OO, 7.10 p. m. Sundays, ,GU
a. m., 1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p. 01.
For Atlantic City. S 20 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
S.'JO (express) a. m la.i.i texpress with Buf
fet parlor car), 3.116 (express) p. m. Sun
day, 2.15 P. m. Train leaving 12.41 p. ni.
arrives nt Philadelphia, Heading Term
inal, 6.22 p. m. nnd New York ti.UO p. m.
For Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethle
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 1.20 a. m
12.45, 3.05. 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. 111.
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
8.20 a. m.. 12.45 p. m.
For Heading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg,
via Allentown, 8.20 a. 111., 12.45. 5.00 p. m
Sunday, 115 p. m.
For Pottsvllle, S.20 a., 12.46 p. m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street. North Hlver, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10, l.SU, 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. tn. 1
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
t.OO a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday (.21
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had cn application In ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
II. P. BALDWIN.
Gen. Pass, Agent
J. H. OLHATJBEN, Oen. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
MM a Mll SIM JUIT dv, u trains will
Bm M m!W arrive at new Lacka
W'W Om wanna avenue station
Fir as follows:-
f,r Trains will leave Scran
ton statltin for.Csrbondale and Interme
diate points at 120. 6.45. 7.00. 8.25 and I 10.1
a. m., 12.00, 2.20, Ifw, 6.1u (.IS, 7.2a, 8.10 and
UForP'Farvlew, Way mart and Honesdale
at 7 00, 125 and 10.19 a. m 12.00. 2.20 and 5.18
p'p0'r Atbany, Saratoga, the Adlrondacks
and Montreal at 6.45 a. m. and 2.20 p. m.
For Wilkes-Barre and Intermediate
Dolnts at 7.45, 8.45, t.SS and 10.45 a. m., 12.05,
I 20 2 38. 4.00, 6.10. 6.0a. 115 and 11.38 p. m
Trains will arrive at Scranton station
from Carbondale and Intermediate points
at 7.40, 8.40. 9.34 and 10.40 a. m., 12.00, L17.
134. 140. 4.54. 6.55. 7.45. 9.11 and 11.33 p. m.
, cnm Honesdale. Wavmart and Vie.
View at 9.34 a. m., 12.00, 1.17. 140, 6.6S and.
-1 45 p. ni.
From Montreal, Baratoga, Albany, kto.,
.t 1 U and 11.33 D. tn.
From Wllkes-Barre and Intermediate
BcJlnts at 115, 8 04. 10.06 and 11.16 a. m.. Lll
lR.S-9, . . l-iw, -ss ana iui p. so.
. THE ENTIRE
and Capes were bonght
from tbe agents. TraolLS
at One-Third Less than
We have marked
them on the same ba
sis. : '
Clean Carpets, s V;
Hale Oier Mattresses,
Make tnd Repair Spriuft
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
Nov. IT. 1896, ..
Train leaves Bcranton tur Philadelphia)
and New York via D. H. R R. at 7.46
tm., 1106, 1.20. 2.38 and 11.38 p. m via D ,
A W. R. R 6.00, log, 11.20 a. m.. and LW
Leave Bcranton for Plttaton and Wllkee.
Barre, via D., L. A W. R, R., 100, 101, 11.24)
a. m 3.40, 8.07, 8.52 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha.
aleton, Pottsvllle and all points on the
BeaY.er Meadow and Pottsvllle branches,
via E, w. V, R. R., 6.3ft a, m.. via D. A
H. R. R at 7.45 a. m., 12.06, 1.20, 133, 4.00 p.
m- D., U A W. R. R. 8,00, lOt, 11.20 a.
m., 1.30, 2.40 p. m.
Iave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Harrlsburg and nil Intermediate
f ?nt?. via D. A H. R. R. 7.45 a. m -12 05.
ll11'10' P- m.. via D L. A W.
R. R., 6.00, 8.08. 11.20 a. m., 1.30 p. m
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, To
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate points via D A H. R. R., 141
H U.S5 p. m., via D U A W.
R. R., 108, 9.56 a m.; 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls. Detroit, Chicago and all
P.0lnt!.w", vl" D A H. R, R., 8.46 a. u...
110b, 9 .15, 11.38 p. m.. via D., L. A W. R. R.
and Plttston Junction, 108. 9.65 a, m., 1.30,
S ! v, B- A W. V. R. R., 8.41 p. m.
For Elmlra arnt th wat vim flilimanpIL
Ti & -H- R- R-i -45 a. m. 12.05. 8.05 p. m.,
.Pa.1 A W, R, R., 8.08, 9.6S a m., 130,
and 6.07 p. m. . ,
r-uiman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. A B.
Junction or Wllkes-Barre and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and. Suspensloo
RpLLIN H. WILBUR. Oen. Bupt
43HAS. S. LEE, Oen. Pass. Agt,. Phlla.. Pa.
A. W. NONNEMACHER. Asst Oen.
Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem. Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24, 1896.
Trains leave Scranton aa follows! Ex-
rress for New York and all polnta East,
40, 150, 6.15, 100 and 9.66 a. m.j 12.56 and
2.34 p. m.
Express for Easton. Trenton. Philadel
phia and the South, 6.16, 100 and 9.55 a. m..
12.65 and 134 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 163 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, El
mlra, Corning, Bath, Dansvllle, Xfount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.36 a. m and
1.21 p. m., making close connections at
Buffalo to all points In the West, North
west and Southwest,
Bath accommodation, It, m,
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.27 0, SB.
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. tn.
Blnghamton and Elmlra Express, 6.09
Express lor Cortland. Syracuse, Oswego,
tltlca and Richfield Swings, 2.35 a. ra. and
1" P- .
ltnaca z.&i ana sun s a. m. inn mi g m.
Vn V,.- humherlanil. Plttston. Wllkee-
Barre, Plymouth. Bloomsburg and Dan
ville, n.sKlIift Close connecuoiiii i norm
umbenand for Wllllamsport, Harrlsburg.
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Nortbum'ijerland and, Intermediate sta
tions. 6.00, 9.55 a. m. and 1.80 and 6.07 P. m.
Nsntlcoke and Intermediate stations,
IM tnd 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations, 140 and 8.62 p. m.
Pullman parlor and Bleeping coaches 08)
all express trains. ....
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket ofllce, 328 Lackawanna avenue, er
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 16, 1894.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
and intermediate points on the Erie rail-
1 . . 1,. r., .. 1 1 .... .,u . I r. I MnwleV nnd
local points at 8.3S a. m. and 3.28 p. m. and
arrive al cranton irvin w
8.23 a. m. and 3.57 p. m.
CH ANTOX DlTIBIOlf,
1st Effect Keptensber Wtm, 18tS
1 cep p.unaay.r u 'Q m
ir 11 Arrive Leavei
7S&.N. Y, rranuiu ss.
Tio) West sitnd street!
7 001 wethawken
1 istHaacoek Junotloai
A au't 1 si
v an II 111
6 St It 07
All trains run dally except Sunday.
sjgniaes that trains stop on signal tor pet
Heotire rates via Ontario Western before
eirebasing tickets and save money. Say aaf
Uigl Kiprees to the West.
J.C. Anderson, Oen. Pass Aft,
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