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THE RCKANTOH TRIBUNE FRIDAY MOROTtW MARCH 27. 1896.
THE DISPLAY OF
Excels anything heretofore shown in Scranton. The stocks
of Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets in every shape and
Every Straw and Braid.
THE RIBBONS, THE FLOWERS,
THE FEATHERS, THE LACES,
THE MILLINERY TRIMMINGS
Are far larger and greater in assortment than any you have
ever seen in the city. We'll also give you practical illus
trations of how dimes and dollars can be saved.
Everybody invited. Easter Souvenirs to every visitor.
CUBAN CONFEREES AGREE
It Is believed That a Vote Will He
Taken on Kesolutions.
DEBATE SHIT OPP IN SEX ATE
Hou Rejects Proposition to Provide
. Sis Battleship, Instead of l our-.MIs-cellaneous
Varlona Topics of Interest,
Washlngton.Mnrch 26. The conferees
On Cuban renolutlonn, after a short Hes
elon this afternoon u Breed to the reso
tlons as they originally passed the sen
ate. This result was practically
reached yesterday. It shuts off all fur
ther debate in the senate, where there
was evidences of a spirit of untngonlsm
that the committee believed would be
exercised to the ultimate defeat of any
and all resolutions. The house, it is
believed, will agree to the report with
out delay. In the form as thus agreed
to, the resolutions are as follows:
Resolved, By 'the senate (the house of
representatives concurring t herein I that,
In the opinion of congress, a condition of
public wur exists between the ifoverninent
of Hpaln uml the government proclaimed,
and for some time maintained by force of
nuns by the people of Culm: and that the
l'nltecl Stales of America should muitituln
a strict neutrality between the t'onteniliiig
powers, according to each all the rltthw
nf belligerents in the ports and territory
of the i'lilted Suites.
Resolved, Further, that the friendly of
fices of the l'nlted States should be of
fered by the president to the Spunlsli gov
ernment for the recognition of tjie Inde
pendence of Cuba.
The house spent most of today's ses
sion in discussing In committee of the
whole the motion offered by Mr. Hanley
(Hep., Ind.) member of the committee
on naval affairs, to amend the naval
appropriation bill for the yeur ending
June HO. 1897, by providing for the con
struction of six buttleships instead of
four as recommended by the commit
tee. The motion wus supported by
Messrs. Hanley, Johnson (Keps., t.'ula.)
and Cummings, (Dem., N. Y.), anil op
posed by Messrs. Ilullck (Kep., Ohio),
Koblnson (Kep., Pennu.) and lioutelle
(Kep., Maine). The motion was lost
33 to 134. Without further amendment
the bill was reported to the house and
passed, exactly as recommended by the
committee; the first appropriation bill
of the session to pass unscathlngly
through the house.
Among the morning miscellaneous
business transacted was the passage of
two or three private bills; the presenta
tion of a concurrent resolution by Mr.
Heatwole (Rep., Minn.) authorizing
the appointment by the president of a
banking and currency commission to
consist of nine citizens to act with the
comptroller of the -currency, and the
report of their recommendations and
conclusions to congress, which was
referred to the committee nn banking
and currency; and the presentation of
the report of the congressional com
mission on the opening of the Chleku
magua National park by Mr. Urosvenor
. Mr. Cannon (Rep., 111.) reported the
sundry civil appropriation bill for the
year ending June 30, lst7, and . gave
notice he would ask the house to con
sider It tomorrow.
' None of the matters that came up be
fore the senate today was of much pub
lic interest and Importance. One-third
of the time was consumed over a Joint
resolution appointing a successor to
General Casey in the matter of the con
struction of the new library building in
.Washington; nearly as much time on an
'amendment to the legislative appro
priation bill allowing u third clerk to
the senate committee on pensions, and
all the rest of the time on a motion
made by Mr. Sherman (Kep., o.) to
strike out of the legislative bill all the
sections in relation to the compensa
tion of l'nlted States district attor-
neya, clerks and marshals. This datter
subject was not disposed of when the
senate, at 5.20, adjourned till tomorrow.
Flo Parte from the Shore in Saginaw
llav Many I.Ives Imperiled.
Bay City, Mich., March 26. A heavy
Wind from the south today started the
Ice out of Saginaw bay from what is
called the Big Crack and with it went
fully ISO fishermen who occupy shanties
on the Ice. I'nless they cun make
shore on either side of the buy they
will be obliged to remain until the wind
gets back to the north and blows the
ice back Into place. As high winds
prevail tonight, however. It Is believed
that ull the fishermen will be nn shore
by tomorrow with their shanties, each
of which Is on runners. Some of the
fishermen are supplied with boats for
use In cases of emergency such as this.
Pequamlng, Mich., March 26. A
strong southwest wind parted the Ice
in Kewaunee buy, setting five fisher
men adrift. Parties in small boats are
trying to rescue them.
QUEER ACTS IN HIS SLEEP.
Butts Starts a l ire on the Moor and
- ' Than Shoot Himself.
-' Detroit, Mich., ' March 26. Stephen
Bute, a young married man who lives
In Windsor, Ont., leads a very hum
drum existence during his waking
hours, but when he Is asleep he engages
In the most exciting adventures. Yes
terday morning he arose early and be
gan building a fire on his bedroom floor.
421 Lackawanna Avenue.
Mrs. Butts detected him in time to save
the family from being roasted.
This morning at 4 o'clock Mr. Butts
arose, took a revolver from his trunk
uml then went back to bed. Shortly
arturward the revolver went off, u bul
let entered his tight shoulder and went
ns far us his Collar-bone and then In
awoke. A surgeon extruded the bul
let and said no serious hurm would re
HUlt from the accident.
CHICAGO HUNTER DROWNED.
John M. Doty, a Stenographer. Loses Ills
Life In tho Mississippi.
Savanuu, III., March 26. John M.
Doty, aged 84, a stenographer who lived
at 22!) South Morgan street, Chlcugo,
was drowned In the Mississippi here
today, while hunting In a smull row
boat. His two companions clung to the
bout for half an hour, and were iinally
rescued In an exhausted condition. Mr.
Duty's body has not been found.
MOUND BUILDER'S BONES.
Inearthed from o lied of Mussel Shells
Near Carlyle, III.
Carlyle, III., March 26. While inves
tigating the Interior of an Indlun
mound a mile ast of Carlyle yesterday.
Thomas Mcl.uren and Benjamin Haley
unearthed a human skeleton.
It wus found burled three feet deep
under a bed of mussel shells. It Is
supposed to be the skeleton of a mound
CERTAIN HE HAS HAD ENOUGH
Jaeob Iloxle Wants a Second Divorce
from Ills Wife.
Sioux City, la., March 26. After
twenty years of wedded lift, a divorce,
a remarriage, and eight years more of
connubial bliss, Jacob Hoxle, of this
place, has uguiu sued for a separation
from his wife.
He charges desertion, and says If the
court will grant his prayer there will
be no Occasion forlts interference again.
THIEVES GET $S0,O0O.
A Miser Overpowered and Kobbed of Ills
Chicago, 111., 'Maich 26. Christopher
Schrage, a wealthy miser, was robbed
last night at his home on the South
Side of bonds and negotiable paper
worth $r,0.(XM) and $660 in gold and bills.
He was gagged and bound by two
masked men, who then leisurely opened
the safe and removed the valuables.
STOPS SALE OF CIGARETTES'
Mexleo, Mo., Passes an Ordinance
Against the Poisonous Things.
Mexico, Mo., March 26. The city
council here has passed an ordinance
preventing the sule of cigarettes or
cigarette wrappers to minors.
The law will not become effective until
the dealers dispose of their stocks on
DECEMBER WEDS MAY.
Groosj a Wealthy Parmer Aged 85.
Hrlde Only 18 Years Old.
Knoxvllle. Tenn., March 26. A mar
riage, occurred in Knoxvllle tonight In
which the groom, Joseph Kyle, is 85
years old, and the bride, Miss Lena
Kyle Cornett, is 18.
The groom is a wealthy farmer of
Virginia and a friend of the fumlly, the
bride being named for the groom.
USE OLIVE OIL.
It Ie an Excellent Producer of Tat for
A great factor in hardening and whit
ening the riesh of neck and urms which
the high slock collars and heavy
sleeves have a tendency to yellow and
shrivel, suys the Philadelphia Press, is
cool water generously upplied every
If you take a cold morning douche It
should be preceded at night by a thor
ough wash with good soup and warm
water. In the moriilng use the sponge
and water moderately cold, rubbing the
neck and arms vigorously with u rough
HOW TO Rl'B IT IN. I
This simple remedy assists grealy In
developing the bust, and to the woman
afflicted with a flat, "slatty" llgure will
be found highly benellclul.
Treat the llesh overnight to a half
hour's mussage, using a teaspoonful of
sweet olive oil. Warm the hands before
the tire, or, better still, warm the oil
and rub Into the skin to be developed or
"fed" thoroughly. In the morning use
the cold bath.
This treatment persisted In will soon
reward the putlent by a surprising rill
ing out that gratify uud improve.
For sallow and dead-looking com
plexions the sweet olive oil will be
found benellclul, and for eradicating
the disfiguring and uggravating little
Cleanse the face thoroughly with
warm water, and while the skin Is still
fresh apply the warm olive oil
with the tips of the fingers, massaging
the face thoroughly, but gently. Kub
for ten or fifteen minutes, or until the
oil has been absorbed.
nOOD FOR DANDRITFF.
For persistent dandruff the olive oil
Will be found excellent.
Kub the scalp well with nil, letting
It remain on several hours. Then with
very hot-water and a good, mild soap
shampoo the hair and rinse It. Knough
oll will remain to leave the hair moist
and glossy. ' .
Olive oil being a vegetable Is most
wholesome and grateful to the human
cuticle, which absorbs it readily and in
BLINDED BY ELECTRICITY
Peculiar Accident to Philadelphia
Tract ioa Employes.
MADE SIGHTLESS BY SPARKS
While Replacing a Derailed Snow Plow
on tho Tracks, They Make a
Circuit with a Switch Bar N
and Are Injured.
Philadelphia. March 26. During the
snowstorm of Monday two employes of
the Holmesburg. Tacony and Frank
ford trolley railway were blinded by
flashes of electricity, and until yes
terday, when there were signs of re
turning sight, it was feared that they
had forever lost the use of their eyes.
The men are William G. Hoteler and
David McBeth. both of whom make
their homes at the boarding house of
Mrs. Deaklng. No. 3718 Longshore
street, Tacony, where, in a darkened
room, they are now receiving medical
The uccldent was unique In many re
spects und Is the tlrst of its kind thut
bus been known to happen since the
introduction of the trolley system. The
two men were working on the electric
snow plow, which had Jumped the track
end were helping to get It back on the
rtills. To do this they used the iron
switch bar to make a ground connec
tion between the rails and the wheel
of tlit derailed plow. The method em
ployed was to hook one end of the
bar to the rear 'truck or the plow and
place the other end on the nearest rull.
then forming a circuit with a suffi
ciently strong current to move the Mil
car backwutd, when the motor was
By repeated adjustments of the switch
Iron in this mmincr the big cur was
truriuully mcved back to the rails, but
each effort produced a shower of bril
liant electric spurks. On their hands
(lie men wore heavily padded gloves.
but did not semi to realize the dar.gtr
to ilu-lr eyes us with each movement of
theb ur they stooped over und their
fito-s wore always dangerously close to
the electric hparks, which were brilliant
enot'gh to duzzle (hem. As It was dark,
however, relther of them suffered from
thiir experience until they had turned
In the plow at the burns on Stater cad,
In the receiver's otllce, which was bril
linntly light, both complained of in
tense puln 'n their eyes.
A few minutes after entering the of
fice McBeth was sightless and suffered
excruciating agony. Those in the room
crowded around the suffering mun with
cuYr.4 of assistance, but had scarcely
reached him when Bottler shrieked:
".My Cod! I am blind, too." Neither
of the men could even distinguish the
bright Incandescent lights around them.
A cur wus quickly run out und In it
the two sufferers were taken to their
boarding house. Dr. David Buinstead
was culled in and applied soothlnir lo
tions und blindfolded the suffering men.
All day Tuesday they were totally
blind, but yesterday the Intense puln
subsided and last evening a faint glim
mer of sight returned to both. I With
the uld of smoked glasses they were
able to grope their way around the
darkened rooms, but were unable to see
even In a dim light.
Dr. I'msteud declared that he never
before heard of such cases, but he
thinks that with careful treatment the
men will In time recover the use of their
eyes. Superintendent Holcomb, of the
trolley company, who Is an experienced
electrician, could not recall any similar
cases, and said last evening that he
intended to make a report to some of
the electrical mugasdnes In order that
scientists may Investigate this curious
freak of electricity.
STRIKE DANGER PASSED.
Miners Dcclds to Accept an Advance of
l ive Cents a Ton.
I'lilllpsbuig, Pa., March 26. About 6,
000 millers were represented in the con
vention held here today. Delegates
were present from several localities In
central and northern Pennsylvania.
A resolution was adopted declaring In
favor of accepting the advance of five
cents a ton, although a committee of
live was appointed to bring about a
Joint conference of operators and min
ers, with a view of obtaining a further
advance. All danger of a strike has
THE TRinUNE TOMORROW
WILL PRINT ANOTHKK
LOCAL SHORT STORY
WHICH WILL PLRASE
DON'T MISS IT.
THE WORLD OF BIS1XESS.
Wall Street Itovlew.
New York. March 26. Speculation at the
Stock Kxchunge, while extremely dull,
wus characterised by a firmer tone tliun
on any previous day of the week. Tho
dealings, as usual of late, were almost en
tirely professional, but among speculut
ors the feeling win rather more bullish
owing to the improving railway truffl.'
returns of western roads. The advance In
the posted rates of sterling exchange to
4Wj and 489'., had very little Influence on
the markets for securities, partly to the
reason that the price of gold bars was ad
vanced by the assay ortice from 1-lti to 3-ltS
per cent. This is calculated to prevent
gold shipment at least until the rules cf
exchange advance '.5uV above the figure
now ruling. The stock market advance.)
to at the start, the purchase of sev
eral thotisuinl shares for London account
having had a good effect. The Improve
ment was afterward partially lost, hut
Jill lug the ufternootl there was u genernl
lully. ('oii.ollduted Oas an. I I'hicago I'm
each moved up t'-j per oent. There was
good buying of the latter on apparently
reliable reports that the directors will de
clare u dividend In the near future. The
advance in the geiirul list wus equal to
.a4 per cent, on very light trailing.
Shortly before the close another reaction
Oi' Ulo'i ensued, and the market left Xiff
about xtindy In lone. Among the special
ties riusquehannu und Western fell 1 I a
1, uml the preferred in on re
ports, subsequently drilled by oftlciuls of
the company Unit default would be made
on the interest due April 1. The preferred
aftrwui'd rallied to 23. The total sales
were 1138."7 shares.
The following are the highest and lowest
prices of the more uclive stocks on the
New York Kxchange:
Am. Cotton OH oC i:,i, l
Am. Cotton oil Co., Pr p3 ui
Am. Sugar Ref. Co., Pr Put J0I
Am. Tobacco Co tut; 83'
Am. Tobacco Co.. Pr 1i 102'i
At., T. A S. Re u 14",
At. T. & 8. K. Pr 2:1 21
Hultlinore A Ohio 17 17'j
I'.rooklvn Rapid I ran ailj 21
llurlington t Oulncy 7!'( 7;,
Canada Southern 4! 4!i
Chesapeake ft Ohio 154 lie,
Chicago Oas 07", (M
Cleveland, Lor. ft West U77 Ui
C. C. ft St. L X, 3.1
C, C. . ft St. Lr. Pr 87 89
ot'l. J'uel ft Iron Co 27
Co. Fuel ft Iron Co., Pr luo
Cel., H. V. ft Toledo Ut Ifi'i
Col., H. V ft Toledo. Pr 5U W
Consolidated lias liu'j J ;,i
Dtluware A lludron li". I;M
Deiuwure. Luck, ft West IiHi'J 111.'
Denver ft RloOrar.de l.'i, i:
Denver ft itlo Orande, Pr... 4i 40',
liist. ft Cat. F. Co..... 17"., 17'ii
Kile I4't 14,
Krle, Int Pr .W, :rl
Kile, 2d Pr 22', 21 '
Krle Telegraph ft T. oC W tit
Uen. Kleclrlc Co t 354
Illinois Central 61 Ki
Illinois Bleel , oK 11314
Kan ft Tex lo'i lilj,
;n. ft Tex., Pr 2.V 2:,4
Laclede Oas y27 27'
Laclede (jus, l't... t. K bj
Luke Krie ft Western 17'i IKifc
Luke Krle ft Western, Pr ', 70V
ljike Shore -.- 1411 1Wi
Louisville ft Nashville.... 4!4 4'it,
Louis.. N. A. ft Chic I' ft
Louis. N. A. ft Chic., Pr 2H 21',
Manhattan Con 10414 10C
Met., Traction Co Itf.'"
Michigan Central W W
Minn, ft St. Louis. 2d Pr CO il
Minn. Iron t4 ! T
Missouri Pacific 2S
National Lead Co l1 Xls
Nat. Isad Co -.Pr ' , M
National Linseed Oil !' 17
New Jersey Central UM ' 1-
New York Central W 7
N. y., Chi. ft St. L 134 H4
N. Y., C. ft 8t. L.. 1st Pr 75 7
N. Y., C. ft 8t. L.. 2d Pr ,. 4 31 H
N. Y., 8us. ft West 4
N. Y.. Bus. ft Weat., Pr 23 -2I4
Norfolk ft West 14 . l
Norfolk ft Western, Pr
North American Co S M
Northern Pacific P '4
Northern Pacillc, Pr Il'e
Northwest. Pr ....14SHi 147
Omaha, Pr.. 123' llto
Ontario ft West It's 14H
I'acllLc Mall U XT
Pullman Pul. Cur Co 155 li
Reading '4 1W4
Rcik lslund Wi (
St. Louis Southwest 44 S
St. Louis Southwest, Pr 11H
St. Paul 74'4 74S
St. Paul. Pr 12r4 ItS'i
Southern Pacini- 1SH 19's
Southern Railroad t K
Southern Railroad. Pr Sffi 2
Tent. Coal ft Iron 27' 27V
Texas ft Pa-itlc 71 Wfc
t'nlon Pacific '
Vnlon Pucltle, D. ft C. 5 fiH
C 8. Cordage. Pr 9 10
C .S. Cordage l'i 20
l'nlted Btate leather.. a '
V. 9. Leather, Pr.. (0i Wi
V. S. Rubber 'o 26 " 27
V. S. Rubber Co., Pr S5 7
Wabash 4 '
Wabath. Pr 16 W'k
Western fnlon Tel 83 3i
Wheel. & lJke Krie i 10
Wheel, ft Lake Krie. Pr 32 31',
Scranton Board of Trndo F.xchnngeQuo-totloni-AII
Ouotatlons UaicJ on Par
, Name. Bid. Aiftel
Dime Dep. & DIs. Bank 13i
Sorantoft Lace Curtain Co M
National Rorlng ft Drilling Co. ... M
Firat National Bank (50
Scrantan Jar ft Stopper Co 21
hpfl.i I. rook Water Co JOJ
Elmhurft Boulevard Co too
Scranton Axle Works (
Scranton Savings Hank 100
Scranton Traction Co ... is
llonta Plate Glass Co ie
Scranton Car Replacer Co ... 100
Sc-anion Packing Co aj
Weston Mill Co so
Luckawa:.na Iron ft Sieel Co lit
Scranton Ueddlng Co 103
Scranton Glass Co id
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1(11 110
S.-ranton Traction Co fjj
people's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Scranton ft Plttston Trac, Co H
people's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 120 Ill
Dicknon Manufacturing Co ISO
Lacka. Township School 5 13
City of Scranton Street Imp t ... 103
Scranton Axle Works lot
Borough of Wlnton 6 100
Rush Brook Coal Co Ut
New York Produce Market.
New Yoik, March 26. Flour Kasy,
Ouiet, nuchunge-l. Wheul Spot market
II liner, moderately active; No. 2 red store
m il elevator. 7a;'c.-, nllout, SiiieV,c.:
f. o. b SvuSl'tc; ungraded red, 'J4aS2c
No. 1 northern, 73a73'c. ; options closed
steady at UaV. udvunce on better west,
firmer cables and local covering; No. 2 red
March. Wac.: April, 7IWo.; May. 70'c;
June, 70c. ; July and August, Mc. ; Sep
tember, (W'fcv. Corn Spots scarce. Arm,
dull; No. 2 at 37c. elevator; 3Nc. soflat; op
tions firm, M-V. advance; March, 37Vic;
May, 30V-: July, 36u. Oats Bts quiet,
f trong; options dull, firmer; March and
May, 24V'.: f ot prices No. 2 at 2ia2fe. ;
No. 2 while, 20c; No.. 2 Chlcugo, ioaiSo. ;
No. 3 at 23i,a34c; white, 26a28'e. Provi
sions yulct, steady, unchanged. Lard
Dull, easy; western steam, f5.37'a6.40;
city, 11. Ho; May, 15.45; refined, quiet; con
tinent, 15.70; South America. W.IO; com
pound, ll'v Pork Slow; mess, S9.55a.10.
Rutter Steady; light receipts; state dairy,
9u2uc: do. creamery held, 13al8c.; west
ern dairy, 10a14c; do. creamery, 13a22".;
oil. held, 12alsc.; do. factory, 8al3c.;.KI
gins, 22c; imitation freamery, 12al7c.;
rolls, Ual4c. Cheene Fair demand, un
changed. Kggs Liberal supply, easy;
state and Pennsylvania, ll'c. ; southern,
lieVialOe.; western fresh, lie; duck, 25a
2ttc. ; goose, O5o70c.
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo, O., March 26. Close Wheat
Receipts, 600 bushels; shipments, 8.000
bushels; firm; No. 2 red cash, 70c; May,
71'c; July, 67c.; August, 6c. Corn
Receipts. 3,81)2 bushels; shipments, 6,600
bushels: dull; No. 3 yellow cash, 29Hc. Oats
Receipts and shipments, none; nominal.
Cloverseed Receipts 522 bags; shipments,
2KH bags; easy; prime cosh and March,
Jl.37',; April. 04.15; October, $34.27',; prime
timothy, 01.70. .
Chicago Live St 00k.
t'nlon Stock Yards, 111., March 26. Cat
tle Kecelpts, 12,000 head; market weak
and loc. lower; common to extra steers,
)ii.40a4.40; stockers nd feeders, 2.85a3.0;
cows und hulls, 01.BOaS.25; calves, 03a5.6O;
Texans, 02.23a3.9O. Hogs Receipts, 27,000
head; market strong and Be. higher; heavy
lacking and shipping lots, 3.70a3.86; com
mon to choice mixed, SS.75aS.95; choice as
sorted, 04u4.Hi; light, 0:J.S5a4.12"i: pigs, 03a
4c. Sheep Receipts, ,0001 head; market
active and steady; inferior to choice,
$2.75a4; lambs, 83,75a4,80.
Ruffnlo l.lvo Stock.
Buffalo, N. Y., March 26.-Cattle-Dull
and lower; common to fair cows, O2.50a3;
fair to extra veals, 04a6; heavy fed cows,
02.25a3. Hogs Slow nd lower; good to
choice Yorkers, 04.15a4.2O; mediums end
packers, Ol.10a4.15; roughs, 03.3O.i3.5O; stags,
O2.50a3. Sheep and lambs Slow and low
er; prime lambs, Ji.70a4.75; good to choice,
S4.50a4.ti5; culls, O3.50a4; mixed sheep good
to chulce, $3.l)Ca4.15; common to fulr, S3.50a
3.80: culls, 02.85a3.25; heavy export sheep,
S3.80a4; export lambs, SI.75a4.SO.
Philadelphia Tal'ow Market.
Philadelphia, March 26. Tallow is dull
and unchanged. We quote: City, prime,
In hogsheads. 34e. : country, prime, in
barrels, ':; do. dark. In barrels, 3'4a
3tV.; cakes, 4e.;grease, 34C
II the IUiby Is Cutting Tcetb.
Mrs. Wlnslow'i: Boothlng Syrup hat
been used for over Fifty Tears by Mil
liens of Mother! for their Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success,
It Soothes the Child, Softens the Quma.
Allays all Pain; Cures Wind Coilo and
is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world.
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
SITUATION WAN TKD AS BtJTCHBtfW
one who thoroughly understands the
busin-ss: good references. Address W. M.
Jl., 1714 Waynesvnnue.
C ITC ATION WA NTED T HOUK ('LEAlT
lug, washing, sweeping or duxting by a
micHie-ae-d womsn: ecu give references.
Call nr address 1 1 Thompson street, city.
'OUNO MN OFUUOD HABITS DESIRES
situation c ncliliu, hostler or teaming
prefrrreii, I lit ill take any kind of work.
Addfers 425 Deacon street, cliy. ,
WITCA.IOX WANTED BY YOUNO MAN
O as asdsiatit pap-r hanger: has had oue
year exiern nee. Arldreis L B, CORNELL,
311" Edna svenii". Scranton, Pa.
SITl'ATION WANTED-A UAKDBNBR
wants position for evasou or (ill day work,
cattltf of grspe vine, rcses. othr shrutsi and
fruit trees a specialty. Addreai (1. t ;'."l
roi'N( MAX f-JYRAR'":OLbi WELL Eli
I U'Ste'l slid with goo 1 lemtation. wants
a (Kwi-lon In Scrjntou or Dunmor. Address
L. J. It. Dnnraure, Pa.
er by middle ared woftwn: reference
exchanged. Addiess A., Trihnne ufSee.
SITCATIOX WASTED-AS BUTHRsJ BY
one who thorough :r under sta-idi the
meat business. Addreat D. UOKdA.V, W.
CITC ATION WASTE.)-BY'lt ' Yl'I'Nd
O ludy im Menogrnpher sad trpewriivr: 3
yearn' xp rlenev; rtlerence. Address L M
I.VM Stiuiiiiit avenue.
IclTCATIO WAXTEl) - BY A YOUKfi
i isdr assti ootrspher or typewriter; good
referoni! s. Audreu Box Ml. Old Forge, Pa.
IT I'ATE OFl llABLES AMENDT. LATK
ll of ' city of Scrant o rounty of Lacsa
... na ulid sttite nf I eiinavtvati'a. doreniws.
! LHtirs of sdmlnlntrjtiua uikhI the nbore
nainoa estate navinMiirr.itMa to tne an
ilersignt'd. nil pertuas having claims or rie
ni:.a Is sga!nt the raid estntu will n es-nt
them for pyiun.t,ud those indrbwd tbeietj
will please niake immediate parmont to
WILLIAM AMKNDT. Exeentor.
Okohoi W. Bcm.k, Att'y for Eatate.
In the Dress Gbods Department.
Showing New Lines-
Of Sicilian, Mohairs and
Brillian tines, in plain and
figured. All Colors.
Very new and
50c. a yard,
In a Variety of Shades
and colors; Goods that
ordinarily bring 1.353
yard at 75c; they are
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
WANTS VF ALL. til IN US JJ9L IMAI
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE. NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN CENTS. THIS RULE AK
PLIKS TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS. WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREES.
AN EXPERT CANVASSER, WHO CAN
approach heals of firms, esn get aa in
terest in an established and eery profitable
business la Pennsylvania: state aire; (ire ei
peiienre. For office interview address U. L
WANTED SALESMEN TO BELL 8TA
ple goods at home or travel: liberal
salary or good commission: we send samples
on application: give exclusive territory. Ad
dress P. a Hps 1IUL New York eity.
WANTED- N AO F NT IN EVERY 8BO
tion tocanvnas: It.Ottefii Wadsy made:
ells at sia-ht: slsns mail to.srll Staple Goods
to dealers; best side line J 74(0 a month; sal
ary or large i-ommisaion made; .ip.ri.no.
unnecessary. Clifton Soap aud Mannfactnr
Ing Co., Cincinnati O.
ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
everv town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly: big money for agents; no
capital required. EDWARD CFI8H CO,
Borden Block. L'hieago. 11L
Halo WanUd Femalea.
pleasant home work, and will gladly und
fnll particulars to all sending cent stamp.
MISH M. A. STEBBIN8. Lawrence, Mian.
WANTED LADY AGENT IN SCRAN
ton to sell and introduce Suyd.r's cake
Icing: experienced cnvesr preferred; work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
fiarticnlars at once and get lieneflt of holiday
rsdis T. H. HNYDKR CO . Cincinnati, O
WANTED IMMEDIATELY -TWO ENER
getio saleewomen to repreennt us.
Gnaranteed t a day without interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Write
for particulars, inclosing stamp. Mango Chem
ical Company, No. 71 John street. New York.
TX)R SALK-TWO LOTS ON OARFIELD
J. avenue, Hyde Park. No. C and 7, For in
formation inquire of JOHN U. CORDY. 22!
North Blakely street Dunmore, Pa.
FOR SALE-TWO HORSES, i BUTCHER
wagons. 1 buggies, 1 sleigh, harnesses aud
all of butcher's outfit; also mo it msrkt for
rent; going ont of business; must be sold by
April 1st. Inquire of L E. 8CHULLER,
Blakely street, Dnnmore.
i'OR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT AT COR
1 nor of Meade and Burke street. All mod
ern Improvements on premises. MRS. ANNIE
STEWART, Dunmore, Pa.
FOR RENT ROOM HOUSE; ALSO e
roora houe, 1541 Penn avenne. Oreen
Ridge; large lot, barn, fruit, modern im
provements. Apply to M. T. KkLLKR, S16
POR RENT-8 ROOM HOUSE AND BiRN;
nice yard, corner VooStorcb and Marion.
ROOMS AT 168S
OUHE FOR KENT INQUIRE 111 MUL-
F" OR RENT-HALF OF DOUBLE HOUSE:
modern improvements; rent reasonable;
corner of Pine and Blakely atreets, Dunmore.
F6r re. t-four houses on eighth
street. No. 4111. 41B, 422 and 424; conveni
ent and central. Apply to Jamet B. Wateon,
t Firs; National Bane, or A. D. Dean, !USi
N. Washington avenue.
1?OR RENT WAREHOUSE ON D.. L
1 W. switch. SCRANTON STOVE WORKS
.'OR RENT HOI IMS NOW OCCUPIED BY
1' the Traders' National Bank: poxsefsston
given about May I. by F. L. PHILLlPd,
L'sabier Traders' National Bank.
I" 'OR BEN T TEN-ROOM HOUSKTAt X
1 modern conveniences. Inquire at IttSI
I?OR RENT NE-HALF DOUBLE HOUSE.
7I' Quinry avenu. Kent reasonable
Opposite atoses Taylor Hospital.
OR RENT-ON E SIX-ROOM HOUSE, LEE
court. Inquire 621 Adams ave.
FOB RENT NICEu I FURNISHED HALL
suitable for lodge rooms. JOHN JEU
WYN. 119 Wromni nrenn.
WANTED-SALESMAN: SALARY FKM
vv start; permanent .lnce BROWN
BSO. t o . Nurserymen. Ru-nestor. N. V.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL CIGARsl
t'ii per month sslary and etnensm paid.
AddreM. with two-rout stamp, FIGARO CI
GAit CO.. (. nicaeo.
AOENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silvsr, nickel and ropnrr elrctro
platers: price from (!) npwanl: salary and ex-
Senws paid: outfit free. Address, with stamp,
IICHIGAN MFG CO.. Chlraeo.
AGENTS TOSELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
ISi it eekly and expunses; exrmrleni. un
necewary t ONSOLIOATKO ilKU. CJ.. 44
Van Buren st,. ClKcago.
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; i
pr rear, coinmisiion; sample book
mailed free. Address L. N. CO.. Wtatloa L,
AT AC'E AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new lightning selling t;'-'. clotb.mos
quito and honxe fir liquid at Hi onta and .'5
rente a bo tie. Sample Ire. B'lLGlANO
M'F'GCo.. Bsltixanre. Md.
AGE."4 i-HlNDE'S PATENT " UNIVEK
sal Hair Carters snd Wevers (us.hI with
out heat), and "Pyr Points" Hair Pins, Lib
"rol cum minion. Free sample and full par
ttciiliirn. AtlrtroM P. O. Box 4M New York.
I You want this relic. Contains all nf
Frank Islie's famous old War Plctures.show
ing tbe fiiremi m actual battle, akatoiied on the
spot. Two volumes, 2,010 plrtiirea. Hold on
easy montlily payment'. Dclivcrod by ex
t ress complete, sll crarws prejisid. Address
P. O. MOODY. (122 Ai'nms Ave, Hrran'on. Pq.
BLANK rOOKH, PAMPHLKTX. MAOa"
sines, etc., beund or r bound at Till
Tribuki olBee. Wuick work. Keaaoaable
for waists, the latest thing,
make very nobby and styl
ish waists; reasonable in
Our Line of
Persian and Dresden Silks
is the most complete in
the city, Special designs
for waists, and a large va
riety for trimming pur
poses. New Art Denims for
Drapery and Floor Use
36 inches wide and a very
KHU LiOUL IVL, COX. ISiZi
INSTATE OF JOHN WOODRUFF. DE
t osased, lata of tbe Borough of Blakely,
county of Lackawanna and state of Pennsyl
vania. Letters of administration upon the above
named eatate baring been granted to the under
signed, ail persons having claims or demands
against the said estate will preoent them for
payment, and those Indebted thereto will
please make immediate payment to
i MARTHA WOODRUFF,
t Administratrix, Priceburg, Pa.
Attorneys for Estate,
STRAYED TO THE PREMISES OF THE
undersigned a young heifer about twelve
months old. Owner can nave eamo by paying
all coste., JACOB MILLER, Prloeburg, Dick
I A DIES! CMchertsr'l Inrliw Fsnnyroysl Pit
iri4 fnrni), are the Rest. r'"!!i
Kk M Matt. H..1 I., un Tor (frttoiltrV "RM
ROEBLING'S CELEBRATED TANSY AND
Pennyroyal rills; imported: absolutely
aafe; harmless; snperlor to all others: never
tails, any stage: tuonsands of happy ladles: $3
by mail. Sold only by BOTANICAL SPECI
FIC CO., 114 Fifth Avenue, New York.
A SURE CURB
Warranted to cure M ont of every 1.000;
two doses will tske the worst caes of inflam
matory out of bed. 12.00 per pint bottle.
Manufactured and sold by
MRS. DR. HAMILTON, 343 Northampton
Street, Wllkes.Barre, Pa.
and for sale at 116 New York St.. Oreen Ridge.
Schedule In Effect May 19, iSog. '
Trains Leave Wilkea-Barre as Fotibws
7.25 a. m., week days, for Sunbury
HarrltburK, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Haileton.
Pottivllle, Reading, Norristown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.17 p. m., week davs, 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
burg, and the West.
6.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pass. Agent.
S. M. PREVOST, Qeneral Msnager.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh Snd Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort,
TIME TABLK IN Ev'KECT MCH. 15, 1894.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston.
Wllkes-Barre, etc at S.29, t.li 11.30 a. m..
12.46, 'i.W, 3.05, t.uo, 7.10 p. m. Sundays, S.uO
a. m., I ll), 2.1S. 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City. 8.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elisabeth,
8 2U (express) a. m., 12.45 (express with Buf
fet parlor car), S.0B (express) p. m. Sun
day, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 12.45 p. m.
urilves at Philadelphia, Reading Term
inul. 6.22 p. tn. and New York 6.00 p. m.
For Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethle
hem, Eueton and Philadelphia, 1.20 a. m..
12.45, 3.05. ti.00 (except Philadelphia) p. 111.
Sunday, 2.15 P. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grave, etc., at
8.20 11. m., 12.45 p. ni.
For Heading. Lebanon and Harrisburg,
vlu Allentown, 8.20 a. ni 12.45. S.uo p. m
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For I'ollsville. 8.20 a 12.45 p. m.
Returning, leave New York, fool of Lib
erty street, North River, at S.10 (express)
a. 111., 1.10. 130, 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Heudlng Termlnnl,
t.W a. in., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday (.27
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rales may be hod en application in ad
vance :u the ticket agent at the station.
II. P. BALDWIN.
Oen. Paso. Agent
J. H OLHAtTSBJC. Cen. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday.
frifa. eT July 90, an trains win
m m M mmf arrive at new Laraa
mm MJ wanna avenue 'statioa
ImW r . follows:
rwr Train will leave Scran
ton station for Carbonilals and Interme
diate points al ..20. 1.4 J.W. 8.2 and 10.1S
a. m.. ll.no, 5 20. 3.65, 6.1 0.14. 1;U. .H and
11ForPFarvlew. Waymart and Honesdrile
at 7 M, 8A and taiR a. m.. 12.00. 2.20 and 6.1
P Fcr Albany, Saratoga, the Aitlrendaeka
and Montreal at -' a. m. and 2.W p. m.
For Wllkes-Barri! and Intermedlata
points Rt 7.45, 8.45. and 10.45 a. m.. 12 03,
F20" 1 1.8S. 4 00, 5.10. 8.05. I.M i and 11.88 p. m.
'Trains will arrive at Scranton station,
from Cnrbondalo and Intermediate point
at 7.40, 8.40, 8.34 and 1040 o m 12.00, 1.17.
2.34, 3.40. 4.64. 6.55, 7.45, 8.11 and 11.33 p. tn,
Prom Ilonesdale, Waymart and Far.
view at 8.34 a- m.. 12.00. 1.17. 3.40, 5.55 and
7.46 p. m.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc.,
at 4.64 and 11,38 p. in.
From Wilkea-Barre and Intermedia;
rolbts at 8.16, lot. 10.05 and 11. a. m 1.18
14. 138, 5.10. CO. 7.80. 8.08 and 11.18 p. m.
m t"t aw
good quality; . desirable
colors, only J.9c. a yard.
Don't fail to get in on our
300 pieces of the best
Ginghams America pro
- duces, including Bates'
Seersuckers, Toille Du
Nords, etc. ' Usually sold
at 1 2 c.
Special Price, 5c.
Male Oier Mattressei, .
Make ind Repair Sprinft
Sell Iron Beds,
Mate Fine Mattressei
Nov. 17. 1886. ,
Train leaves Scranton tor Philadelphia
and New York via D. m H. R. R. at l4l
a. m., 18.06. 1.20, 2.88 and 11.88 p. m., via P..
I W. R, IL, 100, 108, 11.20 a. m., and tti
Leave Bcranton for Plttston ana Wilkes.
?'r.r,,.v,la fit V.fr w- a' '
a. m., 3.40, 6.07, 8.68 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha.
Melon, Pottnvllle and all polnta on the
B,yer Medow nd Pottsville branches,
via B. W. V. R. R., 8.38 a. m..'vh P.
H. R. R. at 7.46 a. m., 12.08, 1.20, 138, 4.00 p.
.. yla D.. U W. R. R, 108, 6,88, 1138 a.
m.. l.sq, 8.40 p. m. , . . .
-.Leava Scranton for Bethlehem, Gaston,
Reading, Harrisburg and all intermediate
PJinl. via D. A H. R. R. 7.46 a. m., 13.06,
R. R., 8.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. m., 1.80 p. tn
Leave Bcranton for Tunkhannock, To
Jnda, Klmlra, Ithaca, Oeneva and all
Intermediate polnta via D A H. H. R.. 8.4f
a. m., 12.06 and 11.86 p. m., via O., L. A W.
R. R.. 8.08, .C6 a. m.,1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo.
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all
EPiP'i we v, 1 A H. R. R.. 8.45 a. n...
11.88 p. m.. via D.. L. A W. R. R.
and Plttston Junction, 108, 8.55 a. m.. 1.30,
160 p. m via B. A W. V. R. R S.41 p. m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca,
via D. A H. R. R., 8.46 a. ra. 12.06. 106 p. m..
and 107 p. m.
Pulman parlor and sleeping er L, V.
chair cars on all trains between L. A B.
Junction or Wilkes-Uarra and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspenslea
. AOLLIN H- WILBUR, Qen. Supt.
CHAS. 0. LEB. Gen. Pass. Agt., Phlla.. Pa.
A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Oen.
- Pass. Agt., 8outh Bethlehem. Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24, 1895.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
rress for New York and all points East,
40, 150, 6,15, 8,00 and 8.55 tt. m.; 12.56 anj
3.34 p m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel
phia and the South, 5.15, 100 and 8.63 a. m..
12.55 and 3.34 p. m.
Washington and war stations, 8.6S p, m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, El
mlra. Corning, Bath, Dansville, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.35 a. m., and
1.21 p. m., maKlng close connections at
Buffalo to all polnta in the West, North
west and Southwest
Bath accommodation, 8 a. m.
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.17 p. ra.
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. m.
Blnghamton and Klmlra Express, 6.01
Express for Cortlsnd, Syracuse, Oswego.
Utlca and Richfield Springs, 2.35 a. m. and
1.24 p. rn.
Ithaca 2.85 and Bath 9 a. m. and 1.21 P tn.
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wilkes
Barre. Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
vllle, raklng close connections at North
umberiand for Wllllamsport, Hnrrlsburg,
Baltlriore, Washington and the South.
No.-:num'oerlund and Intermediate sta
tlons. 6.00, 8.55 a. m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations,
1 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and inter,
mediate stations, 3.40 and 8.62 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains. ....
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, oltr
ticket office, 328 Lackawanna avenue, Qt
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
EFKKCTIVH MARCH 10, 18W.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
and Intermediate points on the Erie rail
road, also for Honesdule. Hawley and
lui-al point al 8.X. a. tn. and 3.28 p. in. and
arrive at Scranton from above points ut
8.23 a. m. and 3.57 p. tn.
In Effect September 93ae IMS.
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All trams run daily except winday. 1
t slgmnes that trains stop on slgaal tor page
Swrera. 1 1
rTcure rate via Ontario a Western tefera
rn-oliaslag tlekets and save money. Day aaf
lUft Etpresstothe West,.
1 ( Asderson, Oea. PstJ Aft.
T, rUtcr,oh, Dir. taaa, Agv, aeraatua, Pa. ;