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THE SCBANTON TKrmrNE rtJVDAY MORNINGr. MAilClT 23, 1896.
H FOR 1 GRAND 0PEN1HG!
Is the name
'Tis to thousands and thou
sands of people in Philadel
phia, and it won't be long be
fore it's a household word here.
We deal in
We've handled it for years,
and have a way of our own of
outdoing competition. We've
come here to show you for
how little money we can sell
good goods. We'll tell you
421 Lackawanna Avenue.
Report on Cuban Resolutions to lie
Tushed to u Vote.
THE NAVAL AITKOI'KIATIOXS
Responses to tlie Ways and Mean Ke
ciprociiy Sub Committee's Inves
tigation Commended b a
Sound Business Principle.
WHsliliiRton, Muroh 22. The failure
of the senate thun far to net upon, the
questions Involved In the Dupont ciiho
nnd on the conference report on the
Cuban resolutions retains them In lim
as unfinished business for the comlm:
week. The senate's attitude townnl
the Cuban resolutions has been ma
terially affected by the Joint resolu
tion offered at the close of Friday
nisht's session by Mr. Morgan. It I
understood thnt he will press his Joint
resolution to a vote If for no other pur
pose than tn put the senate on record.
The legislative and Judicial appropria
tion bill, which Is In charge of Mr.
Cullnni, will be called up at the llrst op
portunity. The provision changing the
compensation of 1'nltcd States mcr
shals and district attorneys from fees
to salaries will doubtless cause debate,
but otherwise there is little In the bill
thnt should precipitate discussion. The
bill to approve the compromise made
between the I'nited States and the
rtate of Arkansas holds its place as tlv
unfinished business, but Mr. Horry has
not pressed it.
Beyond tomorrow, which under tlv.
rules Is to be devoted to the considera
tion of business reported by the com
mittee on nffalrs of the District of Co
lumbia, there Is no programme of busi
ness iirrniiired for the house of repre
sentatives this week. Chairman Hub
cock says he will not have enough busi
ness to cnituxe the attention of the
house 'or an entire stSf.lon, unless
some wholly unexpected opposition to
Home one of the matters on the calen
dar from his committee should develop.
NA VAL A PPROPKI ATlOX.
Tli naval appropriation bill owing to
deficiencies tl the committee having
it In charge mainly over the appropria
tions for battleships and for dry docks,
has not been fully completed, and It
Is not expected to be reported befou
the latter end of the week.
That Irid been depended on by the
tnanap-eis to occupy most uf tile linn
beginning Tuesday, uud they have
nothing ot large importance t i take it
place. Two minor pension bills of n
(ventral mi line are on the calendar am
an opportunity will doubtless be of
fered to press them to passage.
The committee on ways and iiu-anf
has before it for duscussion and uctlo
at Its meeting Tuesday, the lillet'
cheese bill, reported from the sub-committee
hist week. Those particularly
Interested In its progress believe that
the full committee can agree upon a
report that day; should that be done,
the bill will doubtless be taken up a
day or two later. It will be vigorously
fought in the house, and a long debate
is certain to ensue whenever it dje.'
, ON RECIPROCITY.
One of the most important responses
to the ways und means reciprocity sub
committee's Investigation of the atti
tude of manufacturers and exporters
came from the national association of
manufacturers ot Philadelphia. The
conclusions reached are as follows:
To business men who hnve given the
subject careful consideration reciproc
ity commends Itself ns a sound and
Judicious business principle.
As applied under the act of 1W0 reci
procity was a thoroughly American
principle inasmuch ns it provided, for
theproteoilon of our commercial in
terests not only at home hut ahroud.
As a principle that has been earnest
ly advocated by-bolh- Kepiiblicuns and
Democrats, reciprocity ought to be con
sidered uikhi u. strictly non-partisan,
The practical application of reciproc
ity under the act of l.sttO demonstrates
beyond question the ability to extend
our foreign trade' under exceedingly
Apart from those results which can
he measured in money values, the reci
i procity treaties rendered vulual.de ser
vice in effecting more cordiul relations
between the I'nited States and other
From a protectionist standpoint, reci
procity Is not open to objections, as It
Involves no sacrifice of the principles
of protection; the treaties which were
negotiated under the act of 18H0 adding
nothing to he free list that have not
already been placed there by the law
Those who advocate free trade ought
not to object to reciprocal commercial
treaties, as their whole effect is to
lessen the restrictions upon Interna
. Treaties of commercial reciprocity
with, other nations, particularly the
Latin-American countries, are neces
sary uh a matter of self-protection, for
treaties of this character are being, or
have, been, negotiated between Euro
pean governments and nations to the
south of uh to the detriment of our
commercial interests abroad.
The numerous replies to the commit
tee's queries have been received from
leading business houses throughout the
country, and most of them are un
equivocally In favor of reciprocity.
THE OTHER MAN.
An Interesting Anecdote Involving
' Offenbach and Beethoven.
'W'hen Offenbach was at Ems at the
floodtlde of his popularity, he was pre
sented; to; old Emperor William. "I
know you ore a foreigner by naturali
zation," said the Kulser. "but Uermuny
is proud of you nevertheless,! for. if I
am not mistaken, 'you were" born in
"No, sire." was) Offenbach's answer.
"I am from Cologne. The other man
was Itorn In Bonn. The "other man
was lleethoven. ,
MK. M'MILLAVS JOKE.
It Illustrates the Republican Situation In
From the Washington Post.
Congressman Benton McMillin tells
a story which Illustrates, he nays, the
dilemma In which the Republicans of
the senate tlnd themselves with the tar
"Some years ago a man brought a clog
to the railway station in a Tennessee
town to be shipped by express. The
dog was confined in a crate. In a little
while the animal broke out of his sur
roundings and for several days wan
dered around the station, getting In
everybody's way. kicked and cuffed by
everybody, and making himself a gen
eral nuisance. After a few days an old
colored man. who did odd Jobs around
the station, grubbed the dog by the
scrutr of the neck, and dragged him.
whining and unwillingly, ucross the
platform to the olllce of the express
" 'Mistuh,' said he, 'I want to 'spress
" 'You wont to express the dog, do
you?' asked the agent, seizing his book
of blank receipts, mid preparing to write
down the point ot destination.
" 'Dafs what 1 want!' exclaimed the
darky, still holding fust to the uniimil.
" 'Where do vou want to send him'.''
The darky scratched his head. "Well.
mistuh,' he suid. I'm a t ' Ignorant
nigger, and I don't know: the dogs
done ct his tutr. nnd he don't know,
und nobody knows.1
"nd that," continued the genial Ten
nessean, "Is about the situation in the
senate, so far us the tariff bill is con
cerned. The Republicans don't know
what thev will do with the bill; the
Democrats don't know, nor does any one
Till: PRECIS!) MAX.
Advises Ilia Son ns to the Manner of
Putting on a stamp
Prom the New York Sun.
"When vou put a postage stamp on
... ,.....,.. .mmi to his
UIl eilenjje, nm.t .
son. "you should put it on square and
true, in tne upper i isiu-im
i - nH j ,iauii.t t.i the liiurcin
of the envelope. You put It on at the
rlghl-nann corner tor me i-.-m ... .
.... ... ........ In tha rwiat office. SO
oi me nuiii'Ti in .- i
that it may be uniform in location with
the stamps on otner envelopes, mm
more conveniently and expeditiously
stamped; you should study the comfort
of others as well as yourself. You
should put it as near as possible to
the corner, so that theaneelng stamp
...til I... 1..-., llls.-l' ti ilitfnr.c. find S 1
V. Ill UL- 11'J.n im' 'J ' ' '
perhaps to obscure the address on tlic
"You should put it on square nnd
true because thnt Is the methodical am!
proper way to do. Many persons are
disturbed by the appearance of a
ntamp put on In a careless and slip-
.....1 Ami T nail onullV till-
miuo iimmieii. ....-..
agine that such a practice might woJk
o istlive injury i you. i "u f.m -occasion
to write to a man on a ma'
ter of business that was of Importance
to you. You might compose and writ"
this letter with faithful care, and set
forth whut you had to say with com
mendable clearness and precision, and
yet upset It all by slapping on a stamp
carelessly; the recipient might Judge
i... uiln-l,t n,.t tl.irw, nnturnl.
JIJU I'.l IIU' mi. riif.ii, ... - -
!y rather than by the FtudleU work 1mc
with a purpose.
i.m., .i..vi't- .in it iMit tht Rtnmn
ill V D'HI. a, i'
on where It -belongs, so that the little
touch or color will grace ine cneinv
and not deface It."
A pleasant surprise party was ten
dered Mrs. Wiliiuni 10. Moses at her
home in Piiceburg .Saturday evening.
Mrs. Moses was the recipient of a
handsome banquet lamp., the presenta
tion speech being made in a feeling
manner by Mr. 1 H. Hyrne. (lames,
music, recitations and other diversions
were indulged In until midnight, when
refreshments were served. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith,
Dr and Mrs. John Hilheimer, Mrs. Re
vels. .Mrs. Charles Snyder. Mr. und Mrs
Tohn Lowry, Altss Florence Lowly,
Mrs. Shermun. Miss ICIIza Sherman
Miss bottu Sherman, P. II. Hyrne.
'.jeorge Wood, Mrs. tinker, John Re
vels and Miss Revels, Piiceburg: Mr.
mil Mrs Charles I,. Auer. Mr. and Mis
lacob Kemmercr. Miss F.lla Tigue,
Miss Untile p.rouii. Miss Clara Decker.
Miss Deash, Miss Neury. Sctiinton; Dr.
iJuuson. North Und: Dr. Myers. Wun
aniie, Mrs. P. ('. Winters. Newton:
Charles Farnhnin and Tom Price,
Scrunton. All left for home ut a sea
sonable hour, wishing their liostesp
many happy returns of the day.
- . .
Mrs. I.. Hopkins, of Buffalo, Is visit
ing friends in town.
Mrs. Cieorge Hatfield Is visiting In
Mrs. Alice Hunt, of Factoryvllle, Is
the guest of friends in this place,
Mrs. Jacob Drown was calling on
friends' In Montrose on Wednesday.
Miss Mary Scotton Is in New York
Kngine No. 4:1 has gone to the shop
for repairs. -
The revivals In the I lap 1 1st church
will be continued this week.
The butcher, the grocer, the
stove dealer every tradesman
who finds it difficult to keep col
lars clean should wear the
and save the cost of laundry bills.
It can be cleaned as often as
its owner wills, with a wet cloth
or sponge. The genuine inter
lined collars and cuffs with a
"Celluloid' 'surface are all marked
as above. Accept no imitations.
It th lltf doea nni kep thum, mrnnA to na di
rrct. Oillr,3Dc. cb. CuB w. pir portpaid.
State and atylt.
THE CKbLlXOID COMPANY,
IKE VORLD Of BUSINESS
WeU1 Street Review.
New York, March 21. The stock mar
ket today, as of lute, was wholly pro
fessional. At the opening the tendency
of prices was downward principally, on
account of selling by London houses,
Louisville and Nashivlle scoring the
greatest losses and declined to 60. the
lowest point of the week. The loss
otherwise was merely fractional. Short
ly after the opening the traders who
have practically monopolised the busi
ness at the hoard for the past week en
deavored to cover. The supply of Mocks
for the coming, however, was small,
and as a result of the bidding by the
shorts, prices moved up alN per cent.
In this list Chicago Gas. Sugar, Leather
preferred, Qeneral Klectrlc and the
(rangers were most prominent. To
bacco, which figured for nearly TO per
cent. In the total dealings, was fever
ish, but in the main (inn. It opened at
So, rose to dropped to 82 and
recovered to S3"s. It was reported that
a company had secured control of the
National Cigarette company. This was
subsequently denied, but the utock
closed i ler cent, higher on the day.
Chicago Uus was in better demand thun
of late nnd rose to tiG'i.. Leather pre
ferred. (Jenorul Klectrlc and the Grang
ers were also higher in the dosing ilcal
ings, and the market left off linn In
tone. Net changes show advam-s of
'jiil1; per cent. Ttotal sales were 10.1.
;tl shares. Including 47.200 Tobai-co.
H. ID0 St. Paul. 5.700 Hurlington and
Qiiincy and 5.W0 Louisville and .Vush
ville. I'uinlshcd by WILLIAM I.IXN. AT.-
I. KN Si Co., correspondents for A. P.
CA.MPUKLL, slock broker, 412 Spru.-e
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. in if.
Am. Tobacco Co.... ki, Sl4 M"3 V'.:'i
Am. Cotton il lfi' V l.V',
Am. Siiuur Ke g Co.ll.V, llti' lliV, llif,
Atoh.. To. a s. !... if,'; ir. i.v,
(V.ll.lJu S.Ulllleia 4:'1 4'h ttt'a 4!''
liim. At Ohio IWj Vt:U l I.V't
tide. Oil IH", Im: lit", iW'i
I'lile. &N. W W.' li:ti4 liM'4 lot'
I'hlr., H. i J 7.V Tiil 7.V, 7;'i
c. c. c. At tt. I. :w 3'i 3i :m
Chic, Mil. St. P... 7;.i 77'a ?;' 77
liile.. K. I. At Pae... 7h'h 7"1 7 70',
1.. L. W I'!')'- ltoa 1'"',4
Mist. C. F 17 I7j I7'4 17i
(leiieral Klectrlc :til 1
Louis. & Nush f.M'a iVlU r,i)-2
M. K. A Texas, l'r.. 2ti'a LV4 ai'-i Xi
Miiiihattan Kle lea's lot1 Ka lot',
Mo. Puc SH, 2J'4 2.1', am
Nut. Cordaue 4' 4'-4 4'j 'I'ii
Nat. I.ead 2J'a 2:i's 23'a 22'a
N. J. (Vliliul H.r.-U hi' la' 1'"'
N. Y. Central Wt
N. Y.. L. K. V IS 11 ." I.i
N. Y.. S. & W.. Pr.. 24'- 2li 21', 24--,
Nor. Puc U, 11, ll'ii ll'i
Pne. Mull 2:, 27' 2il'.j W,
Phil. At Heud le'i in'j h P'
Southern It. K '. 'H ' S'i
Southern It. It. l'r.. 286, 2!it4 2s KH'i
Tenn. C. &- Iron 2ii'ii 2ii'i 2.V1, 2i'i
Walmsh iisH ti:'i S H
I'liion Paeille ti li'i ii li'j
V. L !', Id fa 1"
Vabiish. Pr 177 17'i 1ii' I7'';
WeMern fnlon 8:1'-, K 8:1', K
P. S. Lenther ', ' in,
C. 8. Leather, Pr.. C0 fil'ii ) 61"i
CHICAGO BOAItD OF TTtADK PRICKS
Op'n- High- Low- f'l os
WIIEAT. lag. est. est. Ins.
May !' 2 Cl'i, (BH
Julv 2'a IBS 2'-i
Miiv 19', goii 1W 20'!,
Julv 20', 2w3, 2U' 20'
May 29 2M 1V,
July 20 3H 3 Ju'-i
Mav n.32 S.32 M"! ."..SO
Juy S.4i1 5.47 5.42 3.41
Mav . 9.2S H.15 H.l"
July .40 .42 9,J."i 0.4M
eriinton Iloard of Trade KxchonecOno
tntinn.t All guotatlons IlaseJ on Pur
of 1 OO.
Name. Bid. AskoJ.
Dime Dep. & Dls. Bank 133
S.r.inton Lace Curtain Co so
National Poring & Drilling Co. ... 60
First National Hank &
Seranton Jar & Stopper Co ja
i,pti.g l.rook Water Co jo;
Klniinirst Houlevard Co pm
Seranton Axle Works ... go
Scraiiton 8MVlnt; Bank ;wu " ..
Scran ton Traction Co u
Honta Plate Olaas Co to
Sci aiiton Car Keplacer Co joo
Sc-anton Packing Co (j
Weston Mill Co
Luckawar.na Iron & Hieel Co KiO
ycranton iiediilng Co lu
Srranton Glaus Co JOO
Srranton Pns. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 no
Srranton Traction Co 9;
J'tople's Street Railway, first
r mortgage due 1918 110
Scranton Plttston Trao. Co Jj
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgare due 1920 110
13ickon Manufacturing Co 100
l.Hcka. Township School 5 (2
City of Scranton Street Imp Cl ... loj
Scranton Axle Works 100
f'.orout'h of Wlnton 0 Hki
(tush Brook Coal Co 1W
New York Produce Mnrkct.
New York. March 21. Plour rnll,
steady, unchangeil. Wheal I 'nil. firmer;
No. 2 re. I store und elevator, 7s'...e.; atlo.it,
"c.; f. o. b., 7!"i;iivli..e.; ungraileil red. iil:i
2e. ; No. 1 norlliern, 72'jC. : cptions opcticl
weak and declined on light clearances,
allied ,c. with the west and on loial
oveiing, fell !'ic. 011 realizing, eloneil
steady at '-..c. over yesterday with a light
trade; Alov ami Julv most active; N.. 2
fiI March, 7o:,e.; April. 70'2c.; May, 6is;
June, V.; July, lifcUe.: Septeniher. tile '.
Coin Spots dull, firmer; No. 2, 37'-f. el.
tutor; :in'tc. alloat; options were dull aid
firm at .,e. advance following wheat Hill
the west with local shorts covering: May
moyt active: March, Ifi'jC ; Mny, .W-,".,
September, ',irv. 1 hits Spots dull, steady;
options dul. linn: March. 2c.: May, 247e.;
spot prices. No. 2, r,e.; No. 2 while, Iti' j.'.;
No. 2 Chicago. 2'le.; No. JCS, a24c. ; N. i
white. 2o''..e.: mixed western. 2."ta2ic.: whi:v
do., 2iiIaa2S'e.: white, 2i:'L'U'-'8'je. I'rovi
"Ions. . 1 mil. steady, unchanged. Lard
'Julet, stenill. r; western steam, (.VVi; dty,
$."; May. ("1..V1; n lined linictlve, continent,
J.'i.ni; Sliiilh America, t.". : compound, '."vi
l-',e. Mutter Pair demand, steady, un
flianged. Cheese Palrly active. 101
clianged. Kggs Plrm. state und Pennsyl
vania. Il:'-,al2ltc. : southern. loVill1,!-.;
western fresh. ll',all'jf.; duck. 24ai:'f.;
Toledo (Jrnln Market.
Tole.lo, ., ilar.-h 21. Close Whea'
Iteceipi4. I.ViJ bushels: slilpniMts. J.-Sul
bushels: dull; No. 2 red cns.i. I.t'.e.; May,
liH"-ie. ; Julv liWiC. f 'ol II Receipts, S. T.Sli
Int-hids; shipments, t.'M bushels; dull: No.
:i mixed cash. 28' ac. )at- llerelpts. none;
shipments, none; dull; No. 2 mixed .May,
lil' .c. Cbivuseed Receipts. 2"0 hugs; siiii
inents, 71.1 biif,s; flint: March. $1.4.'.; April,
tl.jo; October, Jt.H7'i; fiiinie tlmuthy,
Huffulo l ive Stock.
Mufialo. March 21. Cattle Sternly, pros
pects only fair. Sheep Steady for handy
welchts ut i.2.1u4: strong for wethers ut
Slal.lO; culls and Initehers', steady, 2.2."ii
:t.l.amls Steady; best lambs, tl.7oa4.7j;
fair to good mixed weights, 4ul.iu: culls.
t:t..',iia2.!o. Flos Higher on account of
light supplv; Yorkers opened at J l.i't.i
and sold later ut 4."a4. in; medhim, $4.2ii;
heavv. $4.10: pigs. 8t.2eul.2.".: roughs. 3.frJu
3.7.V. 'stags. $2.2.'.a:i.2i"i.
Clilcnso live stock.
Chicago. March 21. Cattle-Reeelpts. K)
head; market steady; common to extra
steers. fCi, tuaLM; stoekeis and feeders,
$2.s-h:1.80; ci ws und lulls. S1.Sa:i.M: -alve!,
eta.1.7ii; Texans. $2a4.10. Hogs Receipts,
12.'"rl head: market strong to Tie. biKh"r;
heavy packing und shlilng lots. pl.SMaM.li'i;
common to choice mixed. t3.KMi3.y7,j;
e.iiiice i.nsorted. :t.a3o1.1: liKht. S.1.1Hal.H;
pigs. $X:a4. Sheep Receipts, I.Jim head;
market steady: Inferior to choice. $.7."a
3.90; lambs, :!.7Tpo4.7.-'.
Philadelphia Tallow .Market.
Philadelphia, March 21. Tallow is quiet
and unchanged. We quote: city, prim",
in hogsheads, 3:t,r. : country, prime. In bar.
rels, :p4a3V.; country, dark. In burrcls,
3'4a3' .; cakes, 4c; grease, 3' 4.
The I'nited States does not show up
very badly In Its tonnage launched dur
ing 1895. The American yards produced
tn newly-luunchcd shins a total of 84.
877 tons, representing sixty-one mer
chant shins. That is an advance from
the output In 1894, but a falling off as
compared with 1893. Germany sur
passed with launches representative of
87,796 tons, and was the only country
which launched a tonnage of more than
40.000 tons. Germany also bought thir
teen vessels of 34.0jJ tons In Great Bri
tain during the year, and Norway ex
ceeded that acquirement from the same
foreign source, her Mritish-bullt vessels
launched tn the twelve months num
bering fourteen and their tonnage be
ing 39.75s tons. Russia followed them
with the purchase of British-built ships
representing 29,360 tons. If the actual
additions to the merchant navies of the
I'nited States and Germany be sought,
the Germans, therefore, have made a
large Increase in their total tonnage as
compared with the gain for the Ameri
cans, and Norway has pressed close In
her advance as the possessor of a mer
It is reported In New York that the
Lehigh Valley Railway company is try
ing to buy the Chenango Valley branch
of the West Shore road, which runs
from Syracuse to Karleville, a distance
3f forty-six miles.
The Important event of last week was
the announcement that tidewater bi
tuminous coal prices have been fixed
Cor 1WIB. It Is estimated that the
railroads will receive $3,000,000 more
money out of this business this year
hnn last, this sum to be divided up
between the seven roads shipping to
tidewater. As there will be no addi
tional expense in the business the sum
is so much additional, net proiit. and
It will be of great assistance in lift
ing the Norfolk and Western and Hal
tiioore and Ohio out of bankruptcy.
How much the companies have suf
fered may be Imagined fj'oni the fuct
that coal sold Ins; year at $2 net ut
Jeisey City, or suy $l.::o for a haul of
23o miles. This is only four mills u ton
a mile. lil. lt Is merely cost. Now the
rate will be not less than live mills to
The Philadelphia' Inquirer. In Its
weekly review or the anthracite trade,
says: The continued restriction of the
output Is beginning to have Its legiti
mate effect upon the anthracite coal
trade. Dealers' and consumers' stocks
are lighter at all points and the belief Is
growing that present prices will be
maintained. There is still a great deal
of skepticism as to the maintenance of
the combination, hut there is certainly
less than there was a short time ago.
The production tu February was held
at about the 2,7JU,noo tons agreed upon
and the output in March will be no
greater, while the consumption hns
been greater in both months. Stocks In
first hands have therefore been drawn
tlo.vn. If this restrictive policy Is con
tinued' through April and May the trade
will be in inngultlceut condition by
June. The feeling among the compa
nies Is that this restriction should be
continued and that meanwhile no
change in prices should be made. While
there is some talk of an advance on
April 1 the general opinion is that it
should not be made. The current de
mand is somewhat better thun it wus,
but Is still light. Stocks In New Kng
land have been reduced and dealers are
buying moderately to supply Immediate
requirements, but, as is their custom,
they are avoiding large stocks at this
seusqn. The companies are maintain
ing circular prices, but Individual opera
tors are cutting about 15 cents a ton.
The New York trade Is fair and so in
the local demand. On account of the
reduced production there Is a scarcity
of the manufacturing sizes, which arc
therefore held very firmly, and the out
put of egg and stove Is readily ab-,
Most Distressing of Skin Disease.
Instantly Relieved by
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS
A warm bath with Cutlcuri
Soap, and a single application c:
Cuticu ra (ointment) ,the great Skii
Cure, followed by mild doses o
Cuticura Resolvent (blood puri
fier), will afford instant relief, per
mit rest and sleep, and point to a
speedy, permanent, and economi
cal cure when all other methods fail.
golilthmuthoutttia wwtil. Britlih depot! P. Vit
al:, ana. 1, king Kilwirrl-,1., Luntlua. Point
ilave as 0 i;iiKii, Voitr., atilf Propa Buttua, U. I. A.
WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THA '
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN Al
VANCE. WHKN A BOOK ACCOUN
13 MA DR. NO CHAKOE WILL BE LKP
THAN r. CENTS. THIS RITLR f
PLIES TO SMALL WANT AD3., EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHIC1.
ARE INSERTED FREE.
Heln Wanted Male.
U'AXTKI) AT ONt'E A )OlD AM
round ina-nliitt. Cull at Caultlwoi
Iron Works, Forty Fart, Pj.
VI rAN'TEI-HALEs.MKN TO SELL ST A
p'e g'jods ut li ime or trnvel: libern
nlury or coml crmniiiiiiin : we neitd sauipl'r
on application: irivo exclusive territory, ad
dress li O. Uox 1103. New York city.
TANTED-AN AOFNT IN EVERY SK(
tion tonnvav: M.OO to $ii OIJ a dny male:
sells at sluiit: nlnon man to all Staple Hood
to dealers; beat side line JTiVOO a month: :tl
nry or Iiirifo oniinismon made: experienc
nnnoci RTO' y. Clifton Soap mud Manufactur
ing Co.. Chirinimti. O. i
T ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
? every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions: a monopoly; big niuuey for aiteuta; no
capital required. KDWAKbC. FISH CO..
Borden Ulovlt. Cliicauo. 111.
Helo Wanted Females.
ANTED A OOODPOOK AT THE 110.
tel Wayne, Honesdulo. Pa.
UTANTKD-EYEKAL APPRENTICES tt
learn the ilresmnaking tradu. Apply at
IL'18 Waahburu s:reet.
fOOD, HTHONU OIKL OR WOMAN K''R
V I teiK'inl lionpewurk Apply, with refer
ence, to MKS. MOLL Wi N. iiain avenue.
IADIES-I MAKE BIO WAGES DOING
j liaant Ikuiih work, and will gladly nenri
full particulars to all nending 3 rent stamp.
M1S M. A. HTEBBINS. Lawrence, Miub.
'ANTED LADY AfiF.NT IN Ht.'RAN-
ten to sell and lutiluc Snyder's euk
icing: ixperieuend eauvasser preferred: work
permanent and ery profitable. Write for
particular at nncn an1 get lieneflt of holiday
trade. T H. KXYDKR it CO. Cincinnati. O
U WANTED IMMEDIATELY -TWO EN Eft
uetio raleswonion to represent ns.
(tnaranti-eil (lis dny without interfering with
other duties. Healthful ocenpation . AVrito
for particulars, IneMiiig stamp, Manoro Chem
ical I'ompany, No. 7:i John street. New Yoric
Horses at Auction.
HOtHfAVcffo'S AT CCSICICS
atable, alonday, March 21, at I p. m :
snund; young work Iiormta, from 1.SH0 to 1,4U'
p-niort. W. B. MOORK.
MADAMS AUBREY. GREATEST LIVING
clairToyaut in the world; tells past,
preaeut and future. 213 Mulberry street.
CbinioiOuly & Wallace
We are showing the new
Spring Capes, Coats,
Ready-Made Suits and
Tbe line is by far the
Finest and Largest eyer
shown in Scranton.
LOR SALE-TWO HORSES, '-' BUTCHER
r wagons. '' bocu'teH, 1 eleiu-h. hruesos and
nil of butcher's outfit: also 1110 it market for
rent; froink outof buHlneKs; iuuhc be sold by
April 1st. louuira of L E. SCUULLER,
HUkoly street, Dunirore.
T.CR HALE A KKIHTLY PLOT OK TEN
I acres in Scranton, 0110 mile from the
court house: well letup ed for building lota.
Must lie told In order to nettle eatute. -Vv'AL-TER
BRIUUS. Commonwealth Buildintjr.
LOR SALF.-HOL'SE AND LOT AT COR
r tier of Meade and Burks street. All nind
rn Improvements on promises. MRS. ANNIE
STEWART. Dimmore, Pa.
P modern Improvements; rent reasonable;
otner ot Pino and Ulakely atreeta, Dnninore.
OORENT -MOU NT" VERNON IKjf EL"
C Peckville, D. & H. depot. Apply JAMES
I'OR RF.NT FROM APRIL 1ST. LARUE
I brick bousu; all ntoaern applianoes. 4it
Mullwrry street, liiquiro ISii N, SVaskinKtou
i;OR RE. MT FOUR HOUSES ON EIUIITH
i street, Noa. 410, 118, 1 and iSi; convent
ut sud central. Apply to Jamea K Wataon,
t. Ilrsc National Buna, or A. D. Dean, X!tH
N'. WashlnKton avenue.
?OR RENT WAREHOUSE ON D.. L
W. switch. SCRANTON STOVE WORKS
I.OR RENT-ROhMm NOW OCCUPIED BY
1. tho Traders' National Bunk: pos.sesion
Iven about May I. by F. L PHILLIPS,
' shier Tradera' Nutlonal Bank.
lxr reiJt-ten-room housePaiTl
I modern conveniences. Inquire at
nOR RENT-ONE-HALF DOUBLE HtJUSE
715 ynincy avenue. Kent reasonable
pposite Moses Taylor Hospital.
,'OR RENT-ONE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, LEE
court. Inquire WI Adams ave.
.'OR RENT NICEui FURNISHED HALL
1 suitable for lode rooms, JOHN JEK
YN, 110 Wyoming ovenue.
r ANTED SALESMAN : SALARY FROM
V 8tarl; permanent dace. BKOWN
B IOS, CO.. Nurserymen. Roi nester, N. Y.
4 OF.NTS WANTED TX SELL CIQARH;
;V fii per month salary Vnd expensee paid.
(Iiltoki. with two-cent stamp, FIUAKO CI
IAK CO., cnicago. -
tOENTH-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
V gold, silver, nickel nnd copper electro
latere: price from &t upward; salary nnd ex
poses paid; outfit free. Address, with stamp,
JCHIOAN MFU CO. CMcbro.
t GENTS TOBELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
V $ weekly and expenses; experience on
ereeaary. CONSOLIDATED MFU. CO.. 48
Van Buren at.. Chicago.
CALEBMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; !H
' per cent, commission; sample book
nulled free. Address L. N. CO.. btatioa L,
T ON CF AGENTS APPOINTED TO
V sell new lightning sellinir table cloth. moa
itiitoand house tlv liquid nt 10 cents and 'Ja
e its a bo tie. Samidu tree. BOLQ1ANO
PF'tl Co., Baltimore. Md.
t GENTS HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER-
V sal Hair Curlers and Wavers fused witli
ut heat), and "I'yr Pointed"Hair Pins. Lib
1 si comm iHsions, Free sample and lull par
'iilars. Address P. O. Box 460. New York.
lTCA IION WANTED BY YOt'N'U MAN
as as-iistnnt paper hntitter: has bnd one
exfieripneo. Addrai L. B, CORNELL,
ti Edna aveiiu-N tsoruuton. Pa.
ITUATION WANTED A GARDENER
wnntH position for season or on day work,
irttnff of crape vine, roses, other shrubs and
lit trees a specialty. Address tt. Fn Sil
, roiTNti M AN ('ii Y EART'oLD )" W eOTeI-)
I ucated and with good reputatiou. -iit
o'nt'ion in Scranton or Dunmore. Address
. J. it.. Dunmore, Pu.
UAXTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
V r liv midilie-a -el woman: reference
x?uancu. AQitreHa a.. 1 riouno ouire.
SITUATION WANTED AS BUTCH KB BY
J one who tlioroiiiililv under Mauda the
vat business. Addreoi D. 110KGAN, 'Mb W.
i'Tl'ATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
lady 11s stenographer and typewriter: 11
vi'itrs' cxpi rlence; reference. Address L. M
.VI0 Suininit aveuuo.
" ITUATION WANTED UY A YOUNG
ladv as ethnographer or typewriter; good
-efureiios. Address Box HI. Old Forge-, Pa.
WANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN. Posi
tion as cleric in book and stationery
store; experienced. Address M., Tribune
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
' man in oftiee or store. 17 years of age; ex
lerieuced and can give iiooi.1 referetieea. Ad
ireaa RANDOLPH. Scranton yostothVe. J
SITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT BY
tho dav washirig; washinea tnken home,
lso. Call or adilro L. K., KM Sunnier ave-
1 tin, city. 1
(SITUATION WANTED AS BUTCHER BY
il one who tlloroughly understands the
meat, business; well 1 a-d to peddle or tend to
market; w ith good habits and references. Ad
boss D.. TribunootHce. Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED AS BUTCHEil:"ai
year..' extierienee: (tool cutter and-quirk
it Kcalei. Address HIL i t N. cure Mrs. Ilur
vpy, Roliert avenue. Provid?nee.
.ITX'ATIToTw ANTED- BY AN EXPERI
O elK-ed accountant nntl book keeper to
ipen and pest up booUs. make balance sheets,
aljnsc complicated accounts, also keep
trailers books morning or evening, Terms
very moderate. Address bookkeeper. Tribune
SITUATION WANTED BY AN KXPEIU
O enced aicountant and bookkeeper: (,'
counts audited or examined: books opened,
closed nnd written up: sinall sets kept up
.uorning and evenings: terms reasonable.
Addruss J. H. J , cafe of Tribune olnce.
A YLESWO RTH S
The Finest la theCltj.
The latort laproTeti famlii
Itaga and apttantos far kcaplof
it, Mttar aid efjsa.
t2S Wyomlntj Av.
U3-C04 UCKI. 1VL, COIL ADAMS.
T'HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of The Providence (las an I
Water Company will be held at their office in
the Delaware and Hudson building. Lacka
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa, Monday, Hay
4. lhint, at 10 a. ni., to elect officers to serve
during the ensuing year, to consider and au
thorise an increase of the capital stock of the
company, and transact say other business
that may be preaented.
By order of the nianatara.
H. F. ATHERTON. Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., Feb. 20, 1MM.
Soeclal Notices. .
I You waut this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Ptctures,snow
ing the foroee in actual battle, sketched on the
spot. Two volume, 2.0UU pictures, sold on
easy monthly payments. Delivered by ex
press complete, all charges prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY. OX! Adams Ave., Scranton. Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
sines, etc., bound or rebound at Tril
Tribums office, guirk work. Reasonable
LADIR8I ChldtetttM-'t Encliih Pennyroyal PHIi
Itii.momi Hmsii), are the Best. ;. H;ii";
Ut U.11." is irrisa ;i.y Return Mail.,. ' lW',,
Cldchealcr CbemleaTCo., TbtUU.. I'a.
Warranted to cure WW out of every 1.00U;
two doses will take the worst rase of Inflam
matory out of bed. 92.W per pint bottle.
Manufactured and sold by
MKS. DR. HAMILTON, us Northampton
Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
and for sale at 116 New Verk St., Ureen Rids.
Schedule In Effect May 19, 1893.
Train Leave Wilkea-Barraaa Follows
7.25 a.m., week days, for Sunbury
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10. IS a. im, week days, for Hazleton.
Pottsville, Reading, Norristown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.7 p. m., week davt, 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, (ien'l Pass. Agent.
S. Al. PREVOST, General Manager.
Central Kail road of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TI.MK TAHI.I-: IN Krt M.i MCH. 1 !!;.
Trains leave Scrunton for plt'.sson.
Wtikes-Rarre, etc at 8.2U, .l,i. 11.30 a. in.,
Vl.W i.m. :iXi. 5.0". " ID p. m. Sundays, s.w
a. ni., l.uo, 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City. 8.20 a. W.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth.
S.'M (express) u. 111.. I2.i." (express with Ituf
fet parlor car), a.On (express) p. m. Bun
duy, l.li l. in. Train leavltiK L'.(j p. m.
arrives at Philadelphia, lieuditiK Terni
liuil. 5.22 p. m. nnd New York ti.oi) p. nt.
For Munch Chunk, Alicntown, HethU
hem, Easton and Phllndelphlu, t.20 a. 111.,
12 Mi, .o5, n.u (except Philadelphia) p. ill.
Sunday. 2.15 p. ni.
For Lone Branch, Ocean drove, etc., at
8.20 n. m., 12.45 p. 111.
For Heading, Lebanon and Harrisburg,
via Alicntown, 8.20 u. in., 12.4.'. 5.W) p. ni
Sunday. 2.15 p. tn.
For Pottsville, 8.20 a., 12.4s p. ni.
Returning, leave Now York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, nt 9.10 (express)
n. ra., 110, l.IM, 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. in. bunduy. 4.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia. Heading Terminal,
t.VO a. tn., 2.U0 and 4.30 p. 111. Bunduy b.l'l
ThrotiKh tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had cti application in ad
vance to the ticket aKent ut the station.
II P. BALDWIN,
ilen. Puss. Agent.
3. H. OLIIAT'SEN. C.en. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
July 30, alt trains will
arrive at new Lacka
wanna avenue station
ni.nlnu will laiva Qnoan.
station for Cnrbondale and Interme
"po int. .". 5 45. 7 W. 826 and 10.19
1 12 00 2 20. 3-65. t-la' " and
ioorP'l.'arview, Waymart and Honesdale
at 7 00, 25 and 10.10 i. m 12.00. 2.20 and MS
P'pcr Albany. Saratoga, the Adirondack
and Montreal at 5.45 a. m. and ! 20 p. m.
For Wllkes-Barn and Intermedial
points nt 7.45. 8.46. .:.S ami 10.45 a. m.. 12.05,
1 SO 138 4 00, 5.10. e.0i. 9.16 and 11.38 p. m.
Trains will srrlvo at Scranton station
from Carbondalo and Intermediate points
at 740. 840. 9.34 and 10 40 a. m.. 12.00, 1.17.
2 34 1 40, 4.54. 6.55, 7.45, 9.11 and 11.33 p. m.
From Honesdale, Waymart and Far.
view at 9.84 a. ni.. 12.00. 1.17, 3.40. t.55 and
7.45 p. nt.
From Montreal. Saratoga, Albany. tc.,
at 4.B4 and U.SJ p. m. . ,
Prom Wilkes-Barre and Intermediate
Eolnts at 115, 1.04, 10.0S and 11.55 a. m 1.11
14. &.. (.10. .. 7.10, 9. and 11.11 p. m.
fli OF fill
and Capes were
from the agents. Trunks
at One-Third Less than
regular prices. "
We have marked
them on the same ba
Mate Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Springs,
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses,
NOV. 17, 119a.
Train leaves Scranton tor Philadelphia
and New York via D. H. R, R. at 7.4
a. m., 12.03, 1.20, 2.3S and 11.38 p. m via D ,
L. W. a R., 8.00. 8.UH. 11.20 a. m aud 1.31
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wilkes.
Barre, via D., L. & W. a R., .00, 8.08, 11.2
a. m J.40, 07, 8.51 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven. Ha.
kleton, Pottsville and all points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsville branches,
via la. w. V. R, R.. .39 a, m., via D. t,
H. R. Rat 7.45 a. m., 12.05, 1.20. 2.38. 4.00 p.
m- y1 JJ U 4t W. H. R. 8,00, 8.08, 11.20 a.
m.. l.ao, 3.40 p. m.
..Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Heading, Harrisburg and all Intermediate
'olnts, via D. H R- R J45 m 13Ci,
L20l! ? 00- P- ". via D U W.
R. R f.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. ni., 1.30 p. m
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannork, To.
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate points via D & H. R. R., 8.45
a. m.. 12.06 and 11.1s p. m., via D., L. i W.
R. R 8.08, 8.6R a. m., 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all
P-0,l5,5.wes, va D & H. R. R., 8.45 a. n...
""O?. -15, 11.38 p. m., via D., L. W. Ra K.
nd Plttston Junction, 8.08, 9.55 a. m .T.JO,
I. 50 p. m.. via B. W. V. R. R., 3.41 p. m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca,
via D. H. R. R., 8.45 a. m. 12.05, .05 p. m..
ylWii.U W. R. R., 8.08, 9.5S a m., UO,
and 8.07 p. m.
Pulman parlor and sleeping or U V.
chair cars on all trains between L. A B.
Junction or Wilkes-Barre and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
ftpJ-LlM H. WILBTTR, Oen. Supt.
CHA8. S. LEE. Oen. Pass. Am., Phils., Pa.
A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Oen.
Pass. Agt South Bethlehem, Pa.
Del., Luck, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24, 1895.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
press for New York and all points East,
1.40, 150, 6.15, 8.00 aud 9.1 a. ni.j 12.55 and
1.34 p. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel.
phia and the South, 6.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a, m.,
12.65 and 3.34 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 3.63 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Kxpress for Btrignamton, Oswego, Ki
rn Ira, Corning, Bath, Dansville, Mount
Morris and Buf.alo, 12.10, 2.X a. tn., and
1.21 p. m., making close connections at
Buffalo to all points In the West, North
west and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, I a. m.
- Blnghamtnn and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. m.
Blngham.on and bilnilia Express, (.01
Express lor Cortland. Syracuse. Oswego,
ft lea and Richfield Swings, 2.35 a. m. and
''ni&eaT.STi and Bath a. m. and 1.21 p nf.
For NoMhumberinnd. Plttston, Wilkes.
Barre Plymouth, Hloomsburg and Dan.
vllle, riBklna close conneeilons at North.
umber-snd for Wllllamsport, Harrisburg.
Bnltiriore, WashlnKton and the South.
No:num'i)erlund and Intermediate sta.
tlotis. 6.00, 9.55 a. m. and 1.30 nnd 0.07 p. rn.
Nun:lcoke and Intermediate stations,
(US t.nd' 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and inter,
mediate stations, S 40 and 8.52 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
al) express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Vulley.
Kr'r'ECTIVB MARCH 10, 1SW.
Trains leave Scranton for New Yo:k
and liitermedlMte points on the Erie rail
roud, ulso for Ilonesdiile, llawley find
local points ut 8 X a. 111. ami 2.2S p. in. and
urrlve at Hcrnnton from above point at
8.23 a. ni. arid 3..".7 p. in.
In Effect September S3nd lSS.
r 11 Arrive l.esvei
7! N. Y. Franklin
7 lO.Wesc 4-ind sireetl
7 tm) Weehawken
p a Arrive iavei
1 isTiauooek Junctloni
7 141 S ih
T 9n St
7 84' 4 Of
18 11 01
15 ill 0
T t 4 10
7 89 a 1
T 41 11 171
7 46! 4(0
at U m Iavd
' air si
All trains run dallv excetit Sunday.
t slgotfles that trains stop on signal for
revuro raire via vniairiif nwwru uciura
Mrehaslng tickets and aavs moDey. Day aafj
J. C. A naersoa, (Jen. Pais. Aft,
T. nitcrott, Dir. Pass, Aft. tarsals a, Vs. ,
.. ?40 ..W
.. 756 ...e
.. 814 ....
.. 911 ..3
.. 31 ..J I
.. 4i ..ra
.. 990 .Mel
..9 68 .m3
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