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THE fiCILAJTTON '! TRIBUNE THURSDAY ', MORNIKO, MARCH .19, 1890.
DAY IN SENATEAND HOUSE
Speeches Made on the Resolutions
Censuring Da yard.
IX THE DIPLOMATIC GALLERY
Foreign Representatives and Tbcir Wives
Listen to Addresses-Effort of
Mr. llltt and Others-The
Washington, March 18. The feature
Of today's proceedings in, the senate
was a short debate upon a Joint resolu
tion directing the secretary of the In
terior to execute the law for opening to
settlement some two million acres of
land In the eustern part of Utah, which
hnvo been urt of the rncompahKre
Indian reservation. Severe strictures
upon the (secretary of the Interior for his
uttempt to nullify the act of congress
were made bv Senators Cannon (Hep.,
Ttah), Wolcutt (Kep., Col.) and Vent
Iem Mo.) The latter Inveighed with
much vehemence againxt the secretary,
declaring tliut the time had been when
the head of a department would have
to answer ut the bar of the senate for
such an attem.ot to trnmple upon the
legislative branch of the government.
Mr. Vest also raiwed much amusement
by his witty and caustic criticism of
President Cleveland' recent speech be
fore the Home Missionary society In
The Dunont election case was taken
up atter the morning hour and Mr.
Thurston Hop., Neb.) made a three
hours' :eech in advocacy of Mr. Liu
punt's rlgjit to the seat.
The announcement that the resolu
tions reported from the committee on
foreign affairs censuring; Ambassador
Bayard would be the special order for
today's session of the house of repre
sentatives failed to uttruct to the hull
any unusual attendance. And thereby
the absentee!! deprived themselves of
the pleasure i.r listening to the most
notable oratorical effort of the session
the speech by Mr. Cousins (Kep.,
lowal. in support of the resolutions.
The hour llxed for the consideration of
the resolution was l.'M o'clock and the
miscellaneous business of the morning
was not sulllclent In volutin' to occupy
nil of the time ufter asscinbling until
then, so that u. recess of lifteen minutes
preceded the beginning of the debate.
A number of private bills were passed
In the hour, the only one of public Im
portance being a senate Joint resolution
Instructing the secretary of war to
transmit. an estimate of the cost of
deepening the channel from Hampton
roads to the Norfolk Navy yard. The
report of elections committee No. 2,
confirming Mr. Husk Uein.) in his seat
as representative from the Third Mary
land district, was received and adopted.
When Mr. llltt called up the Hayard
resolutions, about half of the members
of the house were In their seats,
and the public galleries were only
comfortably filled. In the diplomatic
gallery were Haron Von Kettler,
secretary of the German em
bnssy; Senor Domlnguez. charge d'af
faires of the Argentine Republic, und
Mrs. lJoniinguez; Mine. Romero, wife
of the Mexican minister; Mrs. J. W.
Knster niul Mrs. Van Henssalaer Cruger
(Julieti Cordon). The members' gal
lery contained the wives nnd members
of the families of the numerous repre
sentatives. Air. llltt was not in good condition
physlcully, und. ufter a few minutes.
his voice gave out und he was com
pelled to i lose. In conclusion he ex-
pressed the hope that tho resolutions
would le udopli-d. stating that such
Kpceches as those made by Mr. liuyurd
destroyed the respect which an. uiii
liitssudor ought to command, dimin
ished his usefulness nnd was u wrong
to the people he represented.
SPEECHES IN DEFENSE.
Mr. MeCrenry (Dem., Ky.) nnd Mr.
Dlnsmore (Hem., Ark.) in speeches of
more than an hour's length each, de
fended Mr. Hayard and opposed the
passage of the resolutions.
Mr. Draper (Hep., Mass.) a member
of the committee on foreign affairs,
deplored the severity of lunguuge In
the resolutions of censure, and In ac
cordance with his view of the duty of
the house, gave notice that he would
ask separate votej on the two resolutions.-
Mr. Cousin's sneeeh advocating the
ndoptlon of the committee's report was
the feature of the occasion. It was by
turns sarcastic and eloquent, tilled with
criticisms of Mr. Hayard and glowing
with pictures of the greatness and
glory of the country and of the Indi
vidual under the system of protection
which the ambassador had denounced.
He spoke for nearly an hour, com
manding throughout the attention of
all hearers to a marked degree, and at
the close was given an ovation that
lusted several minutes. At the con
clusion of Mr. Dlnsmore's address at
5.25 o'clock the house adjourned until
The resolutions will be the subject of
consideration tomorrow, and n vote
upon them will not be reached until the
close of the session and very posslblv
not until Friday. The speakers' list of
applicants for recognition to speak on
the subject Includes the names of Taft
(Rep., O.), Newlands (Pop., Ncv.),
Pearson (Rep.. N. C). McCald and Bar
rett (Rep.. Mass.), Wilson (Rep.. O.),
Willis (Hep., Pel ), (whose constituent
Amhussador Hayard Is) Fairchild
(Rep., N. Y. ). Mahan (Rep.. Pa.), Tuck
er (Deni.. Va.). Turner (Dem., Oa.) and
Valley (Dem.. Tex.)
Representative Scranton, (Democrat)
of Pennsylvania, Introduced a bill to
day establishing a mllltnry poat at or
hear Hcrantbn, Pa.
NICARAGUA CANAL BILL.
Sub-Committee of tho House Comrnereo
Committee Will Report Today.
Washington, March 18. The sub
committee of the house commerce com
mittee, which has been engaged for
several weeks In the preparation' of a
Nicaragua canal bill finished its labors
today and will report to the full com
mittee on Friday next. The bill agreed
upon Is substantially tho Malum bill
with certain amendments. It provides
for a reorganization of the maritime
canal company. It permits the com
pany to Issue bonds to the amount of
100,000,000 dollars of which seven mil
lions shall be held by tho company to
reimburse It for the monies actually ex
pended In Nicaragua for their franchise.
The United States guarantees the prin
cipal and Interest of the bonds which
latter shall be sold as needed to com
plete the waterway.
The United States Is protected in Its
liabilities by an Issue of $100,000,000 of
stock, which is to be the sole property
of the government, and which is to he
deposited In the United States treasury
at Washington. Ten of the fifteen di
rectors shall represent the government,
the remaining five representing the
company and the republics of Nicara
gua and Costa Rica.
The bill requires the company to call
in and cancel all Its outstanding obli
gations, except the bonds Issued to the
two republics, which aggregate four
HAS HO EQUAL
million and two million each, and which
under the new bill, they will be per
mitted to retain. ;
All th bonds will bear Interest at 3
per cent, per annum, the net earnings
of the canal to be placed In the sinking
fund for their extinguishment from time
to time. Additional security is given
to the government by a first mortgage
on the Canal. The work will be con
structed under the supervision of the
war department. The bill reserves the
right to the government to purchase at
its pleasure the seven millions of bonds
held by that corporation.
SUGAR CRAFT SINKS.
The Norwegian Hark Slant Wrecked Off
I on wick Island.
Lowes, Del., March 18. At 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon during a dense fog
the Norwegian bark Slam, Captuin J.
Jacobson, struck a submerged wreck
on Fenwlck Island shoal and sunk. At
the time the vessel struck but little
wind was blowing, nnd the sea was
comparatively smooth. The pilot boat
W. W. Ker was cruising in the vicinity
and speedily responded to tho bark's
signals of distress. The pilot boat bore
down to the sinking vessel and took off
the ,crew of twelve men and Captain
Jacobson's daughter. Soon afterwards
the Slum settled down, nnd when the
Ker sailed away only the tops of the
bark's masts showed above the water.
The Siam was loaded with sugar and
was 121 days out from Java. She was
under orders to the Delaware break
water, but It Is supposed that the sugar
was consigned to one of the refineries
An approximate estimate of tho value
of the cargo places it at $75,000. The
amount of the insurance is not known.
The Slam was u steel bark of fiftx tons.
She was 175 feet long. 82 feet beam and
17 feet draught. She was built at
Grangemouth, Eng., In 18S9.
Appropriations Meeommcnded for the
llulldlng of War Vessels.
Washington, March 18. Tho house
committee on naval affairs hns decided
to recommend in its appropriation bill
an Increase of the navy by four bat
tleships und fifteen torpedo boats.
The battleships will have a displace
ment of about eleven thousand tons
and shall copt not to exceed l:t.7.r.0.0i0
each, exclusive of armament. Five of
the torpedo boats will be of large size
and will cost In the aggregate Jx.'iO.ihm),
while the appropriation for the remain
ing ten, which will be of smaller dimen
sions will be SXIRMMH). In view of the
expedition with which boats of this
character can be built $l,2&i.20 of the
entire amount will be provided for de
partment bill, l.uige boats will have a
sieed of twenty-six knots as against
twenty knots for the smaller vessels.
TRAGEDY AT BL'TTE.
Murder and Suieldo In tho Tough District
of the City .
Butte. Mont.. March 18. Police Ofll
cer Fred Parlln was shot and almost
instantly killed about 1 o'clock this
morning while attempting to quell a
row lit a cabin in the low district of
Hntte, The cabin wns occupied by
Hodda Judge and Kdward Kdwards,
alias Cunipbell, tough characters. Pur
lin was attracted by a row. and shot
through the head. Half an hour after
wards Judge's body was found under
the sidewalk with u bullet through the
head. Chmpbell Is missing.
The whole affair Is shrouded In mys
tery, but It is believed that Judge killed
Parlln and then committed suicide.
RESTRAINED BY COURTS.
Latter Day Saints Defend Polygamy in
'I heir Kunsns Convention.
Kansas City, Mo., March IS. The sec
ond day of the semi-unnual conference
of the Latter Day Saints of Utah, con
vened at Independence, yesterday. Rev.
Otto Johnson, of Urantsvillc. Utah, and
Rev. J. O. Kvnns. of Malao City. Idaho,
preached on "The Holy tlhost." lClder
Clark, the president of the Iowa mis
sion and chairman of the conference,
states that Christ will soon visit the
He says that polygamy Is taught in
the Hibie. but he does not advocute it,
owing to the Supreme court of the Unit
ed States having ruled against It.
THEY AGREED TO DIE.
Case of Murder and Suicide in New
New York. March 18. Robert R. Her
niun, a Oerman bartender aged 32, and
Lizzie Gratter, 20 years old, were found
dead tonight In the Monln hotel, room
101, West Twenty-eighth street. Roth
had been shot through the head, and to
all appearances the man first shot the
woman, who. from letters left by her,
had agreed with him that they should
In one of the letters the woman stated
that she was tired of life, had a nice
young man, and they had been un
lucky and had concluded to die to
gether. TROUBLE OVERA FLAG.
An Irish Itanner Torn from a School
House at Pleasant Grove.
Youngstown. Ohio. March 18. A big
excitement was caused at Pleasant
Grove school house, three miles from
here yesterday, when an Irish flag was
seen floating over the school house. It
having been substituted for the stars
and stripes during the night. A arge
crowd gathered and a man climbed to
the roof and threw down the green
It was at once torn to pieces ffhd
trampled. The American flag, which
had been removed, wns presented by a
Junior Order of United Anierhan .Me
chanics council on New Years day.
. SJIOT TO SAVE MOTHER.
Sons ' of a Michigan Man Inflict Fatal
Injuries During a Row.
Itay City, Mich.. Murch IS. At Sir.
Nineteenth street this morning Richard
Monks, aged 60. was shot twice by his
sons, (irant and William, who rushed
Into the kitchen to take the part of
They clulni the father threatened to
kill their mother, and they supposed he
was doing it with a large knife. One
bullet broke the right arm and the other
entered the body near the arm pit.
Monks' chances of living are slight.
WANTED TO SLAY FAMILY.
Ohio Man llecomcs a Having and Dan
gerous Manias Over kcllclnn.
NafHilean, Ohio, March 18. Karl
Ttickard was brought here from tlrelton
yesterday a raving maniac. He hud
been attending religious meetings for
some time, from which he lost his rea
son. He believed that the Lord had com
manded him to kill his wife and baby.
While being prepared for the insane
asylum he labored under the delusion
that only his spirit was being taken
nnd that his body remained here.
REMEDY FOR THE WHITE BUG
The State Zoologist Recommends Ger
Harrlsburg. Pa., March 18. Dr. B. H.
Wurren, state economic zoologist, has
been making some Investigation with
regard to the destructive Insects now
giving farmers so much unusual an
noyance. He finds that the white grub worm,
which Is the larva of the June bug, are
doing an Immense anlount of harm
among potatoes and from one hill a
prominent farmer took ' thirty-five
grubs. Oerman potash Is recommend
ed as a remedy for this trouble.
A Scpurute Cure fur Euch Disease
At All DrtiKRUts, Mostly
25 Cents a Bottle.
Munyon's Improved Homoeopathic
Remedies act almost instantly, speedily
curing the most obstinate cases. Rheu
matism cured In from 1 to 3 days. Dys
pepsia and all stomach troubles quickly
relieved. Catarrh positively cured.
Headache cured In S minutes. Nervous
diseases promptly cured. Kidney
troubles. Piles. Neuralgia. Asthma and
all Female Coiupluints quickly cured.
Munyon's Vltallzer imparts new life
ami vigor to weak and debilitated men.
Personal letters to Prof. Munyon, 1505
Arch street, Philadelphia. Pa., an
swered with free medical advice for any
THE WORLD OF BIS1XESS.
Wall Street Kevlcw.
New York. .March IS. The tendency of
the stock market lodiiy was downward.
The decline was started by sales for for
eign account, Private cable advices were
to the effect tliut the objections made by
France to the proposed British expedition
to Dongola had disturbed conlideiu-u to
some extent and the early selling of
Americans hero and the decline in con
sols and Trench rentes was ascribed to
this. At home the mi-rcantllc failures an
nounced dally uie cxd-tlng all unluvoia
ble Influence and ure inducing holders of
speculative lives to reduce their risks. Th.
sales for London account were estimated
at fullv lo.uwi shares principally St. Paul
and Louisville and Nashville. The fa
vorable ttntt?meni of the St. Paul, the
company reported a gain of over 119.'sj
fur the second week of Murch, hud no
fifed whutever on the market. The In
dustrials were uguiii most conspicuous,
consolidated llua dropped to 14K on ad
verse legislation at Albany, but later
hounded up to l.r,2al:'il, when the short sell
ers Hltempled to cover. Tobacco dropped
to fcu's. then rose to KM und receded to
NiuSI'. It wns sulci that the nemitl l
tions for a settlement of trade difficulties
were still g'ling on, but nothing could be
obtained from the oillclulH of the com
punv. The directors met here today, but
trunsactej only routine business. Suxur
whs sold down from 117 to IU, the room
traders being prominent in bringing about
the decline. In tho closing hour of busi
ness the entire market was weak and busi
ness was more active. Wheeling and bake
Erie Preferred ut this tlnio droppe.l
to :a. The Industrials, Louisville and
Nashville and ltie Grangers all touched
the lowest ligtires In the Dual trunscutions.
Speculation closed weak with prices any
where from to ll per cent, below yes
terday's closing. Total sules were lti7,l0
Furnished by Wlt.MAM LINN. ALLEN
A CO., correspondents for A. P. CAMP
BELL, stock broker, 412 Spruce street.
Op'n- High- Low- Cios.
tug. est. est. ing.
Am. Tobacco Co 82V, K24 M'i
Am. Cotton Oil Wj Vi4
Am. Hugur Tte'g CO..I17 1I71 115", IKVSi
Atch., To. t H. IV.. 15's 15' hVSi I5r'
Halliniore & Ohio... IU 17 IIS, W's
Ches. Ohio he 1'ili P hi,
fhlcugo ('as Wit l'S lias ''-""a
Chic. N. W 1 Hli lo:t UK
Chic., H. 0 77 77s!.
c. c. c. hi. I sr.' j t, -tf s.
Chic., Mil. & St. I.77 773, 7i; 7',
Chic H I. & I'ac 71', 7I' ; ',
licl. ti Hud 127 1 27 Vil 127
!.. L. & W WO'i Plu'i JiWh K'74
I list. & C. V I4 I1 I'S IT,
(len. Klectrlc S7'4 37 Sl!'4 M'i
Louis. & Nash W rrjs, M ;d
M K. & Texas 5 -'N 27'i
Man. Klevated loli IDtv; lo:tr- PkK
.Mo. Pac 'J1 2SU L'i 22";
Nut. Cordage 4' 5 44 Pi
Nat. Lead 24 24 24 21
N. J. Central Imi'i 1iH" leU", W
S. V., L. K. & W... H'-4 I''' H'a '
X. V.. S. & W IT... 2i"4 24 24'a 24'j
Nor. Pac 2;, 2:ls 14 I
Ontario & West U Wt 14-S, H'4
Omaha 40'3 Ha 4D'i; 4i"2
Pac. Mull 2li'j. 211'a -.e4 2V-,
Phil. & Head....;... 1 1 :S ll M1 H'i
Southern It. U b 's '" fi4
Southern It. It.. Hr.. .Ws W. 2 2s'
Tenn. C. Iron.... ffl'u W 2X'i 2s'i
Texas Pacific '4 't 8'4
Pnlon Paclllc 7 V ';-V4 (;-,
Wabash ft1 :l4 '
Wabash. Pr 17 17'4 IT'S, M
Western I'nlon H.Vi K-V !."'.,
V. L 10 1" ' PVi
I'. 8. Leather H'i 'i ' '
P. fl. Leather, Pr.... fit M m4 ''i
C S. I libber 27'i 27'i 2i!a 2il
CHICAGO BOAltD OP TRADE PRICES
Op'n- High- Low- Clos-
U'HEAT. Ing. est. eft. lug.
Mav 8 4 U27, i;;p4
Julv as W4 Wi -
Mav 2 2-W. 20-t,
July i!" f-,4 2ii 2i!
.. fi..i7 r..d
. 5.o2 o."2
. . H.SD
Scranton Board of Trade FxchongcQuo-
tntfnns-AII Quotations Based oa i'ur
Name. Bid. Ask J.
Dime Dep. St DIs. Bank 133
Scranton Lace Curtain Co 0
National Boring & Drilling Co. ... SO
First National Bank 659
Scrantsn Jar & Stopper Co 25
tJprir.g Lrook Water Co 305
Klmhurit Boulevard Co 300
Scranton Axle Works go
Scranton Savins Hank 201)
Scranton Traction Co 15
Bonta Plate Glass Co 10
Scranton Car Replncer Co joo
Sc ! anion Parkins Ce sg
Weston Mill Co 2.10
Lackawanna Iron & Hieel Co )50
Scranton Bedding: Co loci
Scranton Glass Co ;oo
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortKage due 1918 no
S.-ranton Traction Co.". 05
people's Street Kallway, first
mortgage due 1913 119
Scranton Pittston Trae. Co 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgnire due. 1M0 110
pickson Manufacturing Co 100
l.arka. Township School G 102
City of Scranton Street Imp t ... 10.'
scranton Axle Works..
Keroufrh of Wlnton S
itvsh Brook Coal Co
New Vork I'riidnco Market.
X.w York. March 18. Flour I'n
chiinKcd. steady. quiet. Wheal Spot
mullet dull. Ilrix: No. 2 red store and
elevator, 7H'jc.: art in 1, We.; f. o. P.. Su'4a
sl'ic.i unKradeil red. IKa2c.; No. 1 north
ern. 72'V-i options were fairly active and
Irregular, closing' firm ut l4u?hc.; udvunce
on I'riner cables, belter west und lo-al
coveiliiK: May, l'Vti; June and July,
t,:iTc.; September. tWUe. Corn Soots Hull,
steu'y: No. 2 at aj'y. elevator; Us.
afloat; options uiif huiiited to Ue. advance;
.March. 37'ac; May. ':; July, 3V.
Oats-Spots dull, firmer; options unlet;
firmer; .March. 2if. ; May, 25c; spot prices.
No. 2 lit 25'4a25i.jc. ; No. 3 white. 27c; No. 2.
Chicago. 2ii'4u2t;,3-. : No. 3 at 24'-4c.; No. 3
while, 25i.c: mixed western, 25VBa2iic ;
white do., ir7u2!t?.; white state, 27a2!V.
lief f Tnill. uncbanKeil. Beef hams Quiet;
tll.5oal5. Tlerced lieef Dili; city extra
India mess. $lfial.5l. Cut meats Quiet,
rttndy. Uiii-hanged. Lard Dull, weak;
western ste.-m, $.1.50; city. $5; May. J5.i;5;
rctlnetl, quiet, weuk; continent. $o.vl;
South America, $'.I6; compound, 4-ial7,-.
Pork Quiet, sealy; mess. $10alu.5i). But
ter Kulr dematid. steady, unchanged.
Cheese Fair jobbing ilemuud. uncliange 1.
Lfe'KB Pair demand. 1 uiichanKed.
loledn firnin Morkot.
Toledo. )., March 18. ('lose Wheat
Receipts, 7,1110 hitshcls; shipments, 5,mKI
bushels; quid; No. 2 red May, ("He ; July,
AUKUSt. 'j5:o. Corn HecMpts, tf.ViS
bushels; shipments, H.lou bushels; dull;
no tradlntr. (ats Receipts, none; ship
ments, none; easy; No. !!, mixed .VTay,
21'iiC. Cloverseed Itecelpts.j 1,027 bani;
shipments. 550 bttf;n; firm; I prime' cash.
4.5t: March, $4.47: April, 11.35; October.
J4.4ou4.42's; prime alslke, W W.
reffnto l.lvo Stock.
Tluffalo. N. T., uVIareh 18.-Cattle-low
and lower, nothing but butchers' stock
here; light steers, t3.25aJ.S5: veala dull,
4.5c.; choice, .V25ai.5o. , Hoirs Steady ;
Vorkers, $4.25a4.25; pigs. $4.20a4.25; mlx-d
packers and mediums, $l.l5at.20: roughs.
3.25u3.50; Rlaxn. t'.TiaX Sheep and laniba
Steadv: mixed sheep, choice to prime,
3.65a4: fair to good, :t.25a3.f.u; prime lambs,
H.oa4.84; good to choice, 14.joa4.75; ex
port sheep, $3.(5a3.80; export lambs, t4 C5a
Chicago l ive Stock.
I'nlon Stock Yards. March 18. Cattle
Receipts. 19.00U head; market easy ami 1a
15c. lower; common to extra steers, $3,301
e.mi; stockers and feeders. $2.ViaS.9; cows
and bulls, I.5Uh;1.oO; calves. ;ta3.75; Tex
ans. $2.lo.i4. Hoes Reoeipts, 33,000 head;
market weak and fk-. lower;' heavy pack
ing and shipping lots. t3.85u4.05r'common
to choice mixed, JI.90h4.h5; choice assort
ed. t4.05a4.121; light. $3. 90a 1. 1 5; pltfs, U.5(.U
4.05. Sheep Receipts, 1K.000 hcaii: mar
ket strong: Inferior to choice, J2.75u3.85;
Oil City Pa.. March 18. Petroleum
Credit balances, $1.40; at the exchange,
$1.40 was the only quotations for options.
Pittsburg. Pa.. March 18. Oil opened,
Sl.fo; highest. $1.42; lowest, $1.39; closed,
l.4i. Credit balances. $1.40.
RAN INTO A SPECIAL CAR.
A Itrakcman Killed -Narrow l.scapo of
IJopers. Ark.. Murch IS. A special
cur rontuiniuir olticerH of the 'Frisco
railway wus run Into while side-tracked
nenr here last night by an express
train. Among the occupants of the car
were President lilpley. Chairman
Walker, General Manager Morrill. Hen
oral Superintendent Went worth and
Mr. Alshry, representing the 'Frisco
foreign bondholders and several others.
Lrakeman Butts was killed outright
and the cook of the prlvute cur was in
jured. None of the officials) were Injured,
though they were badly shaken up.
Several of the train hands received
"How to Cure All Skin Disease."
Simply 'apply "Swayne's Ointment."
No Internal medicine required. Cures
tetter, eraema, Itch, all eruptions on the
face, hands, nose, etc.. leaving the skin
clear, white and healthy. Its great
healing and curative powers are pos
sessed by no other remedy. Ask your
druggist for Swayne's Ointment.
WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A HOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RCLR AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
AKB INSERTED FREE.
Help Wanted Male.
U ANTKD MEN AND WOMEN TO
work at home; I pay (3 to 810 per wfiok
for making Crayon Portraits; new patented
inetli.Mi; anyone who can road and write can
do the work at. home, in spare time, day or
cvrnlug; send for partictilars end begin work
-t on. Address U. A. Oripp, Uerman Artist,
UrANTED AN AOrNT IN EVERY BKC
tion tocanvass: $4. 0U to $5 Oil a day mad":
sills at sight; alson men to sell Staple Oood
to dealers; best h)i1 line $75.00 a month: sal
ary or In run cnmmiiHiou msdo; experlonnu
unnecessary. Clifton Soap and Manufactur
ing Co.. Cincinnati. C.
VVANTKD-WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
' every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly ; big money for agents; 110
capital required. KDWARD C. FISH CO.,
Porileii Block, Cliioaro. HI.
Halo Wanted Females.
U"AN TBDN ; EA V . H ?lAAULEVR(yf EST :
ant young woman as nurso; must b
irood seamstress nnd havo reftrjuces. Apply
0211 till son street, Thursday and Friday morn
ings or cvniiings.
Ur ANTKD - A IIIRL" POU W'AMIINO
dishes. Call at Mitchell' Dining Room,
31s Waxhington avenue.
Ur ANTEU-GOOD GIKL FOH OENEKAL
housowork. Apply 22J North Hyde
UTANTKD-A GOODOOOK AT THE Ho
tel Wayne, Houesdule, Pa.
Uri N TE D S EV E R A L A PP R ENTICES ' to
loam the tiressinaking trade. Apply at
1218 Washburn street.
fiOOD, STRONG GIRL OR WOMAN FOR
V I general housework Apply, with refer
ence, to MRS. NOLL 132 N. .Main avenue.
I ADIES-I MAKE BIO WAGESDOINO
1 pleHsaiit home work, and will gladly send
full particulars to nil sending 3 cent stamp.
MISS M. A. STEUB1NS. Luwronce, Mich.
UrANTED-l.ADY AGENT IN SCRAN
ton to sell and introduce Snyder'a cuks
Icing; experienced canvsaser preferred; work
I'nruianent and Tory profitable. Write for
particulars at once mid get benefit of holiday
trade. T H. MXYDER ft CO . ('incinnati. O
W" ANTED "iMMEDIATELY-TWO ENER
getio saleswomeu to represent u
(hiaranteed $Ua dsy without Interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Write
for particulars, inclosing stamp. Mango t hem
Iral i.'ompsny. No. 73 John street. New York.
UrANT ED-SALESMAN: SALARY FROM
start; permanent plsca BROWN
BHOS. CO., Nurserymen. Rochester, N..Y.
G EN TS WAN TED-TOSELLcYci AHii;
$75 per month salary and expenses paid.
Address, with two-cent stamp, FIGARO CI
GAR CO.. Chicago.
AGENT8-TO SELL OCR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel and copper electro
platers: price from H'l upward: ealary and ex
penses paid: outlitfreo. Address, with stamp,
VilCHIOAN Mm CO.. Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIG A RS TODEALERS;
$2.) weeklv and exHnses; experience un
necessary. .'OXSC)L;i)ATIiO MFG. CO.. 48
Van Buren St.. Chicago.
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINeT
per jent. commission; sample book
mailed free. Address L. N. CO., station L,
Vt" on t'E Agents appointed to
sell new lightning selling tablu cloth. mos
quito and house fly liquid at HI cents and 2.1
cents n bo'tle. Samiilo free. BOLQIANO
M'F'fl Co., Bsltiinore, Aid.
AGENTS-HINDE'S patent cnivek.
i V enl Hair Cnrlur and Waveii (us-xl with
cut heat), and "Pyr Pointed" 11 ir Pins. Lib
eral comin isuions. Freo sample and full par
liculars. Ailiiress P. O. Box 450. New York.
A CD1TOR S XurilE-IN RE ESTATE OP
V J. (4. Fell, deceased. Ill the Orphans'
Court of Lackawanna county:
The undersigned, un auditor appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Lackawauua county,
fr a Iju-itinent ami to pass upon the excep
tions tiled to the first partial account ot Ashor
M. Fell, one of the executors of said estate,
and to restate the acc-onnt, hereby gives no
tice that he will attend to the duties of his
appointment at his ottlce, 500 Kprai-n street,
Hcrant n. Pa., on Tuesday, March Ulst.le'jtl,
at 1) o'clock a. in.
H. M. KTREETER, Auditor.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OlVEN THAT AN
application will be uiade to the Oovernnr
of Pennsylvania ou the ninth day of April,
lMie, by Andrew P. Malnn t, Maurice W, Col
lins, William Maloner, William F. MeOee and
Kderard J. Maloney. under tho Aot of Assem
bly, entitled "n Act to provide for the in
corporation and regulation of certain corpor
uiions." anprored April 2Wth. 1374, and the
supplementi thereto, for the charter of all in
tended corporation to bJ called "The Grocers'
Supply and Produce Company," the character
and object ot which is "buying, selling, trad
ing or dealing in anv or all kinds of goods,
wares and merchandise at wholesalo," and for
these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all
the rishts. benefits and privileges of said Act
of Aes.nibly and supplements thereto.
CHARLES II. WELLES. Solicitor.
Cold Stocks and Properties.
Sure and Ssfe Investments, for Large and
Small Investors. Write us tor full informs
1 hi, Srntistlcs. Main, et-., furnished free.
Private Direct Wires to Cripple Creek, Colora
do Springs. Denver and New Vork.
THB MtTtHEM INVESTMENT CO., Chicago.
Ills., L. 0. KNEELAND, Manager.
We are showing the new
Spring Capes, Goats,
Ready-Made Suits and
The line is by far the
Finest and Largest ever
shown in Scranton.
A THREE . DWKLLINU TENEMENT
bouse, renting for !l per month. Not.
l:ill, 131l Klir, Hampton street; also a single
dwelling. 1.117 Hampton street, for sale cheap;
must be Bold inquire of JOSEi'H OLIVER.
H Eynon street.
FOR SALE-TWO HORSES, 2 BUTCHER
wagons, S boggles, 1 sleigh, harnesses end
sll ef butcher's outfit: also mest market for
rent; going on t of business; most I sold by
April 1st. Inquire of L E, 8CHULLER.
Biakoly street, Uunmore,
125.00 PRINTING OUTFIT TOR VOCAShT
V, Write for iwrticulars, W. N. MANCHES
TER, Factoryvllle, p.
LOR SALE-A SltlHTLYLOT OlTEN
1 acres in Scranton, one mile from the
rourt house: well adapted for building lots.
Must be .old iu order to settle estate. WAL
TBR BRIOMS. Commonwealth Building.
I.OR SALE-HOITSK AND LOT AT COR
V ner of Meade and Burke street. All mod
em Improvements on premises. MRS. ANNIE
STEWART, Dunmore. Pa.
1 brick honss; all modern apiilianeea, iXi
Mulberry street. Inquire ,143 N. Washington
fXlR RENT-FIVE ROOMS, l.Wa VonStorch
I avenue. ' . . , . ,.
yOR RKNT TWO PLEASANT KUR-
nished rooms. 544 N. Washington ave.
F'OR RENT-FOUR HOUSE"sON EIGHTH
atreet, Nos. 410, 418, 4! end tH; conveni
ent and central. Apply to Jainos H, Watson,
t Firsr National lhiuK, or A. O. Dean,
N. WashinKton avenue.
l.OR RK NT ON EHaLk OK h'isrENKW
I douhlo house, 9 rooms, with Improve
ments, Apply at lull! Juckson street,
i.or rf.nt-wakeIioiise ON d l?
r W. switch. SCRANTON STOVE WORKS
i?OR UF.NT KtMiMS NOW OOCliplED BV
V the Traders' National Bunk: possession
given about Slay I, by F. L. PHILLIPS,
Cashier Traders' National Hank.
i;UR HKN T TEN-ROOM HOUSE ; "a I . L
1 moilern conveniences. Inquire at 19
I.OR RENT-ONE HALF DOUBLE HOUSE.
I1 US V'dncy avnnun. Rant reasonable
Opposite Moses Taylor Hospital.
FOR RENT ONE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, LEE
court. Inquire fist Adams ave.
."OR RENT NIf'Eut FURNISHED HALL
T suitable for lodge rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, 11V Wyoming uvenuo.
The upper Two Assem
bly Halls in our modern
building, corner Lacka
wanna and Tenn Aves.,
beinjj; 50 feet front and
nearly 100 feet deep, with
steam heat and passenger
elevator, to let. Will al
ter entrance to Lacka
wanna avenue, and adapt
floors for school, office,
gallery or light business
Horse at Auction.
HORSES AT AUCTION AT CUSICK'B
stable, Monday, March 23, at 1 p. m. :
sound; young work horses, from l.SXI to 1,400
pounds. W. B. MOORE.
ANTED - SHOW CASE AND CASH
register. CHASE Ic FARRAR, 6164
rPHF, ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
I stockholders of The Providence Gas and
Water Company will be held at their office in
the Delaware and Hudson building, Lacka
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.. Monday, Mar
4, llsj, at 10 a. in., to elect officers to serve
dnring the ensuing year, to consider anil au
thorise an increase or the capital stock of the
company, and transact any other business
that may be presented.
Uy order of the nisnncers.
H. F. ATHKR PON, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., Feb. L'S, lm
SITUATION- WANTED BY A YOUNG
i lsdy as stenographer or typewriter; good
references. Address Box 81, Old Forge, Pa.
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN. Posi
tion as clerk in book and stationery
store; expci-lonced. Address M., Tribune
CITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
O man in office or store. 17 years of sge; ex
perienced end can give good references. Ad
dress RANDOLPH. Hcranton postofflre.
CITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT BY
O the day washing; wasbinea tsken home,
also. Call or address L B., :4 Sumner ave
EXPERIENCED COAT MAKER AND
general tailor wants position: can go to
wura. once. AuuruHH i... ei Auams avenue
SITUATION WANTED AS BUTCHER BY
I? one who thoroughly understands the
meat business: well i.d to peddle or tend to
market; with good habitsand references. Ad
dress D., Tribune office. Hcranton, Pa,
? by one who is well ussd to the city and
out of the city, with business qualifications.
Situation wanted-ah butcher; at
years' experience: gool cotter and quh-k
at seal os. Address HIL fo.V, care Mrs. Har-
ipy. nwivr nvenue. froviaente.
SITUATION WANTED-BYAN EXPERI.
Ll MPI BnA,.H... .1 I I- 1
ii uuur Keeper 10
open and poet up bioks, make balance sheets.
. 111.1-uuniis, also Keep
traders' books morning or nvenlng. Terms
verv moderate. Aifrlpn. KMkb,i Tn
- , a 1 mull.
"CITUATION'waN TED-BY AN EXPERI-k-J
enred accountant and iKmkkeeper: ac-
Cfllltlta 11 1 1 i laI nw aw.1.1. 1 1 . ,
, ...wimu, wm.Hs opvneu,
closed, and written up; small sets kept tip
...w....Br. ..u .,,,, ,min reseonaoie.
Address J. H. J . cale of Tribune office.
102404 UCIt AVE, COR. ILURS.
Mayor's Orru e, I
Scranton, Ps.. March . ISM. I
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IS
pursuance of resolution of Common
Council, approved March 6, IHUU, a special
election will be held at the usual polling place
la the Eleventh ward of said city, tiien Tues
day, the 24th day of March, 1810, for the pur
pose ot electing s member nf Common Coun
cil to serv for the unexpired term ending th
first Monday of April, 1KW7.
tSiguvdj W. L. CON NELL, Mayor.
TVHE Ho'lDI ER1 jToURCIVnTwAR
1 You want this relic. Contuins all of
Frank Loslie'a famous old War Ptetures,sno w
ing the forces In actual battle, aketcbed on tho
spot. Two volumes, 'iOlO pictures. Sold on
easy monthly payments. Delivered by ex-
fress complete, all charges prepaid. Address)
O. MQOUY. fta idams Ave.. Scranton. Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAtA
zinra, etc., bound or rebouud at TrIB
Tribumb oltlce. Quick work. Reasonable)
MADA lsK AUBREY. GKEATEST LIVINO
clairvoyant in the world; telle past,
present and future. !'):! Mulberry street.
Warranted to euro MO out of every 1.0UI;
two doses, will take the worst case of inflam
matory nut of bed. -00 per pint bottle.
Manufactured and sold by
MKS. DR. HAMILTON, s Northampton
Street, Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
and tor salu at 116 New Vork St., drees Ridge.
Schedule In Effect May 19, i8sv
Trains Leave Wilket-Barre as Follows
7.25 a. m. , week days, for Sunbury
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, WashinKton, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazlaton.
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
burs; and the West.
6.00 p. m., week -days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, den'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.
Tl.MB TABLU IN KFKKOT MOIL 15, 185.
Trains Jeave Scranton for Plttsion,
Wllkes-Barre, etc at 8.20, .li. ll.;ki a. m..
UM'i, 2.00. 3.0o. S.OO, 7.10 p, m. Sundays, i).ot)
a. m 1.00. 2.15. 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a. m.
For New York. Newark and Elizabeth.
8.20 (express) a. m.. 12.4.j (express with Kuf
fet parlor car), 8.05 (express) p. m. Bun
iluy, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 12.43 p. m.
arrives at Philadelphia, Heading Term
inal, 6.22 p. m. and Now York .00 p. m.
For Mauch Chunk, Allentown. Bethle
hem, Kaston and Philadelphia, (.20 a. in.,
12.4."i, 3.U."i, Si.OO (except Philadelphia) u. m.
Sunday. 2.15 P. m.
For LonK Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
8 20 u. m.. 12.4.i p. m.
For Keadlng. Lebanon and Horrlsbure,
via Allentown, 8.20 a. ill., 12.45. u.UU p. 111
Sunday. 2.15 p. m.
For Pottsville. 8.20 a., 12.45 p. m.
Returning, leave New Vork. foot of Lib
erty street. North River, at .10 (exprexK)
a. m.. 1.10. 1.30. .V (express with HulTet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday. 4.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Heading Terminal.
t.00 a. m.. 2.00 and 4 30 p. m. Sunduy 6.27
ThroiiKb tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had rn application In fid
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
II. P. BALDWIN.
(Jen. Puss. Agent.
J. H. OIHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
ROAD. CommencinR Monday.
ajTPA-. Jaew July u. an irains win
m,m JTWCB arrive at new Lacka
mm EJ " wanna avenue station
Wiw r a follows:
ff'F Trains will lesve Scran
ton station for Carbondale and Interme
diate points at 120. 6.4 7.00 .2 and 10.10
a. ni., 12.k). 2 20, -.65. 6-1 t lu' "d
11VorPFarvlew. Waymart and Honesdalo
at 7 00. S.2& and 10.10 a. m., 12.00. 2.W and CIS
''"For Albany. Saratoga, the Adirondack
and Montreal at S. a. m. and 2 20 p. m.
K0T Wllkes-ilarro and intermediate
point" at 7.45. 8.45, 9.13 and 10.45 a. m.. 12 05.
1.20 2 IS, 4.00, 5.10. 6.03, (.15 and 11.38 p. m.
'Trains will arrive at Bcrentou station
from Carbondale and Intermediate points
at 7.40, 8.40. .34 and 10.40 a. m.. I2.U0. 1.17.
134, 8.40. 4.54. 5.55. 7.45, 9.11 and 11.33 p. m.
From lloneadnle, Waymart and Far
view at 9.34 a. in.. 12.00. 1.17. 1.40. 6.65 and
7.46 p. ni.
From Montreal, Haratoga, Albany, etc..
at 4.64 and 11.33 p. m.
From Wllkea-Barre and Intermediate
rolnts at 1.15, 8.04. 10.05 and 11.66 a. m., 1.1
14. t.. 6.10. 6.W, 7.20. 1.08 ana ai p. ax.
and Capes were
from the agents. Trunks
at One-Third Less than
We have marked
them on the same ba
sis. 209 Washington Avenue
Opp. Court House. -
UPHOLSTER FURNITURE, '
Hale Oyer Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spiinft
Sell Iron Beds, -Hake
Nov. 17, 1884.
Train leaves Bcranton tor Philadelphia
and New York via D. H. R. R.-at 7.4
a. in., 12.05. 1.20, 2.88 and 11.38 p. m via D.,
1 V W. R. H 0.00, 8.08, 11.20 a, m., Slid 1.3
Leave Bcranton for Plttston and Wilkes.
Barre, via !., K W. R. R., 8.00, 1.08, 11.21
a. m., 3.40, 6.07. 8.52 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha.
Sleton, PottnvJlle and all points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsville branches,
via B. W. V. R. R 6.89 a. m., via D. A
II. R. K. at 7.45 a: m.. 12.05, 1 20. 2 38, 4 .00 p. .
m via D L a W. ft a C.0O, Aus. 11.38 a.
th., 1.80, 3 40 p. m. ...
Leave Hcranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Rcadlna:, llarrlxbnrc and all iiiterraedlat
points, via I). H. R. H. 7.45 a. ill., U.05,
1.20, 2.3S, 4 (K), 11.38 p. m., via 1 I. a W.
It. R., f.00. S.08, 11.20 a. m.. 1.30 p. m
Leave Hir.inton fur Tunkhannock, To.
tvanda, Klmlru, Ithaca, Ueneva anil all
Intermediate points via D &'1I. IL K.. 8. it
a. m., 12.05 and 11.85 p. m., via D., L. it W.
H. R., 8.0S. 8.55 n m.; 130 p. m.
Leave tii-ranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all
faints west via 1 & H. R. K.. 8.45 a. 11..,
2.0T., 8.15, ll.ia p. nv. via D.. I.. W. H. K.
and Plttston .lunctlon, 8.0S, k f.5 a. m., 1.30,
8.60 p. m., via B. & W. V R. It., 3.41 p. m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca,
via D. & II. it. it., 8.45 a. m. 12.06, .o5 p. m..
via D.. I. & W. R. R 8 0S, 9.55 a m., 1.30,
and 6.07 p. m.
Pulman parlor and sleep! n or 1 V.
chair cars on nil trains between LAB.
Junction or Wllkes-Barre and New 'York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and . Suspension
ROT.LTV H. WTLBTTTt. Oen. Supt.
CHAS. H. LEE. Oen. Pass, At., Phlla.. Pa.
A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Geo,
Pass; Ast South Bethlehem, Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24. 1885.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex.
fress for New York and all points East,
40, 2.50, 6.15, 8.00 and 8.56 a, m.J 12.56 and
3.34 p. m
Express for Easton, Trenton, Phllsdel.
phla and the South, 0.15, 8.00 and (.65 a. m.,
12.55 and 3.34 p. m.
Waxhtntiton and way stations, J. 53 p. m.
Tobyhanna nccunitnodatlon, 8.10 p, m.
Expresa for B'tighamton, Oswego, El
mlra, Corning, Bath, Dansville, Mount
Morris and BuTalo, 12.10, 2.35 a. m., and
1.21 p. m., maalng close connections st
Buffalo to all points In the West, North
west and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 8 a. m.
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 P. nv
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. m.
Bingham. on and Cimira Kxpress, 0.01
Expresa lor Cortland. Syracuse, Oswego.
TJtlca and Richfield Bikings, 2.36 a. m. and
. 01 n n
Ithaca t.Xi and Bath 9 a. m. and LJ1 p m.
For Northumberland, Plttston. Wilkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
vllle, rriBkliiK close connections at N;th.
umberlaiid for Wllllnmsport, Harrisburg,
BaltlMore, Washington and the Bouth.
Norrnumberland and Intermediate sta.
tlons. 0.00, 9.55 a. m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
Nuntlcokc and Intermediate stations, .
8 03 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stations. 3.40 and 8.62 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping; coaches oa
all express trains. ....
For detailed information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L.. Smith, city
ticket office, 828 Lackawanna avenue, ef
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 16, 1SW.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
and Intermediate points on the Erie rail
road, ulso for Honesdale, Hawley nnd
local points at 8.35 a. m. and S.28 p. in. and
arrive Ht Scranton from above points at
8.23 u. m. nnd 3.57 p. m.
In Effect September asa, I8H
fl '(Trains Dally, Ka-I
1 cepv iunaay.
r a, Arrive Learei
7HN Y. Franklin 8t.l
J ich West nd street
ir aiArriTe Leavei
1 lltjuaDCoek JuncUoni
T IS 13 44
6 41111 8)1
6 34 flllS
1 8318 641
6 SM 11 11
7 87- 8 Ml
T 88. 4 01
(It! 11 (17
7 84' 4071
6 18 II
T 84 410
T 41 fl 17
7 46 4 80
611 ill 0
10 10 Ml
m's m Lcare
A air a
All trains run dally except gunday. .
t signifies that trains stop 00 atg oal for paj
secure rates via1 Ontario a Western befot
pirchsHlng tickets and save money. Day aa
last fiipreaa to the West.
i. C. Anderson, Oen. pass. Agl
T. rutcroit, sir. Pass, Aft Beraavoa, ra.