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THE FCBANTON TI? IB TTNT5 TUESDAY MOBNUTO. APRIL 7. 1806.
Free of Charge
A Good Thing
to look at are our
A luxury that costs nothing. Very
low prices If you want any for your own.
The Easter Hat
French Hats, Gerson Hats
Perhaps you can't toll one from the
other! Try, both charming.
Very stylish Turbans worth $6.00.
Fancy braid and made hats; un
equaled at $10.00.
At $7, $8 and $10
A full assortment of every popular
style, gome exquisite Imported models.
Muurnlng Millinery In Every Style.
Children'! Trimmed HaU, o8c. I'p.
Such a stock such low prices. No
wonder our Hrlllnir space Is crowded
from morning till night. We've all the
At 2."ic. fancy straw hats for mls.ics
At funey straw braids for ludlcs"
At 4!k and (He. Iti-rmln and fancy
braid hats In all the newest shapes.
At 7."ic, 'Mr. nnd $1.23 satin und silk
braid hats, .lapunese and Italian
straws. ItniiKh and ready and plain
See the new Tuscan and lace hats.
HATS TRIMMED PRIZE OF CHARUE.
Xo such stock of (lowers has ever
been in tills city, nor have prices ever
been so low.
At 2oe. lari?e bunches of roses with
At 29c. 48c, ice, berry foliage of all
At 25c bunches of lily of the valley,
fiiiKet-me-nots. popple9, clover, etc.,
At l!Pc, i"ic., 45c, field flowers, bluets,
daisies mid buttercups, aigrettes,
palms, quills, birds and wings of every
Ribbons, All Kinds
At Me. striped taffeta and Dresden
rlblions, worth 50c
At 4Hc. handsome Dresden ribbon in
new designs. iisiihI price 75c.
At 5He. and 9c. handsome Dresden
and Persian ribbons that cannot be
duplicated under 81.uo.
At 10c, 12c. lfie. ami 20e. printed
Dresilen ribbons, 4, 5 and 6 inches wide,
Satin and Bros (trains every width,
every color and shade.
Satin ami velvet ribbons all widths
Uibbon bows made free of charge.
LACES AND VEILINUS,
STRAW BRAIDS, VELVETS,
anil everything In the millinery line at
HATS TRIMMED FREE OP CHAROE.
421 Lackawanna Ave.
I irsi Legislative District.
Scranton, March 2., 18.
The Republicans of the First Lpgislutlve
district of liuekawanna county will as
semble In convention in St. David's hull,
at Scranton, Pa., on Tuesday, April 7, 1W,
at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elcct
Iiik two delegates to the Republican state
convention, which will meet at Harris
burg April I'll, 1M.
W. A. Paine,
J. II. Reynolds,
Second l.cglslntlvo District.
The Republicans of the Second Legisla
tive district of Lackawanna county will
assemble In convention at the arbitration
room. Court House, city of Scranton, on
Tuesday, April 14,th. WM, nt 2 o'clock p. m.
for the purpose of lectini; two rirleiralc
to the Republican slate convention which
will meet ut llarrtsbuig April 23. is:w.
Kleotlon for delegates to the Second
glslutlve District convention will bo
held nt the regular polling places on Sat
urday, April 11th, 18li. between the hours
of 4 and 7 p. m. Klectlon districts are en
titled to representation as follows:
Seventh ward, Kirst district 1
Seventh ward. Third district 1
KlKhth ward, First district I
Klfchth ward, Second district 2
Ninth ward, First district 2
Ninth ward, Second district 2
Ninth ward, Third district 2
Tenth wanl 2
Kleventh ward, First district 2
Eleventh wanl, Second district 1
Eleventh ward, Third district 1
Twelfth ward, First district 1
Thirteenth ward, First district 1-
Thirteenth ward, Second district 2
Thirteenth wanl, Third district 1
Sixteenth ward, Firsl district 2
Sixteenth ward, Second district 2
Reventeenth ward, First district 2
Seventeenth ward, Second district 3
Nineteenth ward, First district 1
Nineteenth ward. Second district 1
Nineteenth ward. Third district 1
Nineteenth ward, Fourth district 1
Twentieth ward, First district 1
Twentieth ward, Second district 1
Twentieth ward, Third district 1
Vigilance committees will please take
notice and govern themselves accordingly.
W. S. Millar,
C. S. Seamans,
flcranlon, Pa April 2, 1896.
Third Legislative District.
The standing; committee of the Republi
can party in the Third Legislative dis
trict will meet In the arbitration room In
tho court house, Scranton, Pa on Tues
day, April 7, ut 3 p. m.
J. W. Houser,
'Fourth l-oglslntlvo District Convontlnn.
Republicans of tho Fourth Legislative
district will take notice that a convention
will be held in Linden' hall In the hur
ouifh of Archbald on Tuesday, the sev
enth day of April, ISM, at 4 o'clock p. m
for the purpose of choosing! two delegates
to represent said district In the Republi
can state convention to be held at llarris
turg, April ii, im.
E. A. Jones,
8. S. Jones,
If tho llnby Is Cutting Teoth.
Mrs.' Wlnslow'u Soothing Syrup hat
been used for over Fifty Yean by Mil
lion! of Mother.! for tlielr Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success,
It Soothea the CM'.d, Softens the Quins,
Allayi all Pain; Cures Wind Collo and
la the beat remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world.
' Be aura and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow'a
Soothing Syrup," and take no othef
kind, Twenty-llve cents bottle.
Continued from Page 1.
solved to enter, and "f his work and
trials after leaving college. Two years
aso when he went to Wilkesj-Itarre he
was tld that he van Rolng to the tail
enJ of Mcthotlism. but it is not such
now. It had been stated that the
collepe men would not take the small
paying charges. This he contradicted.
Itcv. J. II. Itaee also stated that tho
college men would go wherever they
were assigned. Jlr. Thorpe spoke very
strongly and took occasion to say ho
was not a quarrelsome man. although
the papers had said that he was. Mr.
Crydenwtse, who had made the state
ment that college men would not go to
small charges, arose to a point of priv
ilege and said In a broken and tremul
ous voice that lie thought that he was
being unjustly attacked, for he simply
stated that sui h a condition cxi?t( d.
The discussion grew quite exciting nnd
as Mr. Crydenwise rat down a doscn
men called for tho privilege of ilie
floor. The bishop explained that Mr.
Crydenwise was not being attacked,
but rather a prevalent statement was
being discussed und one which should
not be handled with Flows. The de
bate was becoming quite- heated when
the bishop displayed tact in intro'duclnsr
Dr. A. Jt. Leonard who spoke on mis
sions nnd the existing debt of ?:4l.t'J
now against the Missionary society.
It was voted to take a Fpeeinl collection
in every church to liquidate1 this debt.
NO "RAD BLOOD" EXISTED.
The case of college men was ngnin
taken up. The bishop paid thnt be
thought that no "bad blood" existed,
and that ua nearly nil of them wore
married they knew what domestic dis
cussions are. All of tho young mon
were voted in, after which the matter
of selecting a meeting place for next
year was taken up. Kev. V. O. Simp
son offered the nnmo of West I'ittston,
nnd Presiding Klder Van Cleft, that of
oneonta. A voto was taken in which
West I'ittston received 1 votes nVl
oneonta 71. The selection of the latter
place was made unanimous. The rela
tions of II. M. Hutts were changed
from thnt of supernumerary to effec
tive; of P. M. Tower from that of effec
tive to superannunry; of U. M. Cham
berlain from supernumerary to super
annunry; of J. K. Smith from sunerun
nunry to supernumerary, and W. K.
Turned from effective to supernumer
ary. Kev. Y. C. Smith reported that the
Preachers' Aid society wished the re
appointment of Rev. Austin tl r i til n ns
agent. The motion was carried, after
which the case of William llawllngs,
who dt sires to be transferred from Ulna
Ridge conference to the Wyoming con
ference was brought up and caused
much debate. He is a superannuary
minister, and many thought that tho
Jlluc ltidgo should rnro for him nnd by
his acceptance- would establish a dis
agreeable precedent. Air. (irlflln
thought that his case should be made
a special on. If he were to receive
support from the Preachers' Aid, It
would rob somo of those who have al
ways labored In this conference.
Mr. Kckmnn said that the case had
not been bef.iro the ministers for sev
eral years, but never before had any
one had the murage to bring It before
the conference. Rev. L. ('. Floyd spoke
against tho transfer and In favor of
helping Mr. Rawllngs in another way.
The mntton of transfer was lost by a
Rev. J. (I. Kckman moved the
relations of (. C. Lyman from effective
to supernniniary. It was voted to hold
a business session after the lecture this
At 2 o'clock this afternoon Rev. John
liradshav.-, of Norwich, preached a mis
Ho said what was needed was that
tho churches should go shoulder to
shoulder to the- Chri.itianlautlon of tho
world. All men should vie with each
other in tho spreading of the gospel.
Let us do our part In the gTeat work
and Christ will crown us.
Mr. Uradri.aw close! ut 2.30, when tho
conference business session a;;aln re
sumed, Rev. L. L. Sprague presiding.
Tho report of the Church Kxtenslon so
ciety was given by Rev. F. A. Parsons,
who stated that the total expenditure
In Wyoming conference had been J22,
570. He closed by sneaking highly of
the excellent work of Dr. Hard.
Rev. L. C. McDermott read the an
nual report of Wyoming seminary. Im
provements to the extent of $2,300 have
been made. There are at present 400
students, and the personnell of the stu
dents is much nbove the average.
Thirty-two young men are preparing
for the ministry. Their ability, ambi
tion and Christian character wwro
sioken of In the highest terms. One
hundred and twenty are preparing for
college. He referred to the various
hi ads of the departments and in each
case good work was reported. L. I,.
Sprague, Abraham Nesbitt and J. I.
Shoemaker were recommended and
elected as trustees, of this Institution.
The Stewarts reported that on the basis
of $:;o0 for the lirst class, $200 for the
second clusa, and $10(1 for the third
class, $10,tiO0 would be required while
they had $S.294.4!i. making the appor
tionment &UD.37 for the Hrat class. Si:i.
rS for the second class and ltiii.70 for
the third. This was received as fol
lows: Kinghamton district, SUM: Che
nango district, $49S; Honesdale district,
Jiifiti; Oneonta district, $7!)3; Owego dis
trict, iMir., and Wyoming district, 82,
4114: making a total of $6..'I02. From
miscellaneous sources. Sl.9m.49. Tho
list wes read and the money distrib
uted. STATISTICAL REPORT.
The report of Statistical Secretary
II. II. Wllber was given. The amount
for conference claimants this year was
$t.:i20, an IncrVa!"; of $1,170; nnd the In
crease in membership over last year
till!; Increase w'.lh number of proba
tioners, 27fi. During the year $73,9113
has been paid for buildings nnd Im
provements on chinch property, while
$22,1911 was paid on old debts. There
are 202 Epworth league chapters with
13,417 members and 104 Junior Epworth.
league chapters with 4,795 members.
Dlnghamton und Wyoming districts
have the snme number of Kpwnrth
leagues 34. The former has ?.9S7 mem
bers and tho latter 2,C0x. There was
paid for missions In the conference
$27,GS9, of which amount Wyoming dis
trict gave $13,179, against S12.7SI of last
year;. $8,008 was given for church ex
tensions, an Increase of $1,500, and for
the children's fund, $1,191, nn Increase
of $12. The Scranton churches gave for
missions ns follows; Asbury, $:190; Ce
dar avenue, $80; Court street, $109; Elm
Park, $2,247: Hampton street, $78;
Providence, $310; HlmpBon. $450. The
First church In Wilkes-Rnrre guve
$337. The Tabernacle church in Ring
hnmton gave $3,170, $3,000 of which was
given by Mrs. II. If. entry for homo
work. There are 4,925 probationers in
the conference, while 1,S7 were bap
tized. There are 440 Sunday schools,
with 0.M8 teachers and 43,413 pupils.
The secretary 'read the report of the
committee on the Rlblo entire, after
which Rev. H. McDermott moved thnt
tho secretary pay to the treasurer of
the Broome County Sunday School so
ciety all moneys due them and lo D, K.
Van Duron, of the New York Stuto
Hible soclety.oll due that society. Rev.
J. W. Dons, of the committee on con
ference relations, recommended thnt
Christian literature be distributed and
that all collections be taken In such n
manner as to equalize tho offerings.
The committee on conference examina
tions recommended that tho mid-year
examinations be continued; that O. A.
Place he continued as chairman and
A. I. Decker as secretary, and that the
examinations be taken In the regular
order; that the standing be marked on
tho percentage of 100, and that all must
attain 70 per cent.
Dr. a. A. Place gave the report of the
committee on education, In whloh he
said that Wyoming needs av new gym
nasium, but aside from this the accom
modations are superb. It recom
mends the election of E. It. Olmstead
as trustee In the place of J. O. Wood
ruff, deceased, and of William Connell
and M. 8. Hard to succeed themselves
as trustees of Syracuse university. It
was reported that $1,540 had been
raised for the Episcopal fund. Tiie
Epworth league committee recom
mended the election of O. L. Severson
us president. L. K. Yen Hosen secre
tary and C. H. Newlng treasurer, C. C.
Vrooman. of the committee on Frced
men's Aid and Southern Educational
society, reported, after which Dr. M.
C. Mason, u colored preacher, spoke In
connection with the freedman's work.
Mr. Race offered a resolution of wel
come to Dr. Mason, which was adopted
Rev. C. 11. Stone, treasurer, re
ported that $2,812 had been raised for
missions, while the totnl receipts of
the conference were JSO.uM.
At 4 o'clock the session adjourned to
The fifth and last of the series of his
torical lectures by Rev. Robert W. Rog
rrs was given this afternoon on the
subject "A litimlle of Letters Thirty
i Centuries Old. F.ully 1,300 people lls-
toned to the story of the discovery und
! declpherntlon of ancient Rabylonlun
and Egyptian Inscriptions. He opened
by stating that tho letters of the past
; nro the history ns well as tho loiters of
j that day and then told tho romantic
I discovery in 1SS3, at El Amarna. Egypt,
j of a larpe number of undent letters,
written before nnd contemporary with
' tho Itiblical characters. Many other
letters were soko of and the transla
! tions (it some of them were road. In
closing he summarized the Important
: si rica of lectures In connection with
j the book of tlenesls. Its permanent
! value. Its archaeological support and
Its true religious significance were also
! spoken of. Dr. Rogers has shown that
'.he li n master of this brnnch of history
I and his lectures have proven one of
the most instructive and plensnnt fea
! turcs of the conference. When Mr.
Rogers had finished, the business ses
sion was again resumed, the bishop
j The pronositlon was made to sub
, mit to the general conference a
j proposition to make the lay del
; egates nil malts. A motion that
1 tho conference decline to voto was
! (IK for nnd 1S against. Thorp who chose
to vote were allowed to do so. Only
two gentlemen voted for the propotd
l tlon. while on the second proposition
I that tho lay delegates may be either
! men or women the alllrmntlve vot on
this proposition was 64; the narrative,
i 37. The proposition that women be nl
I lowed as delegates was carried. Tho
third proposition to make the regula
! tlon of ministerial representation In
j the general conference one In sixty-five
! Instead of one in forty-live, the nlflnn
i attve vote was 102 and the negative 14.
I It was adopted. Rev. C. A. llenlamin
' offered a resolution Instructing the del-
egntes to oppose the extension of the
' time limit. It was unanimously adopt
, ed. Kev. J. F. Warner offered a reso
lution Instructing tho delegates to sup
i port temperance In sessions of the gen
j oril conference. Rev. I,. C. M unlock
I rend tho report of the temperance and
I prohibition committee whli. declared
! thnt tho ministers should place them
; selves on the side of right and (lod.
i The committee on church music report
ed and recommended that so far ns
; possible tho singing be by the congre
gation. ; The committee on conference ex
! penses reported that this year the ex
1 penses were J7fi3, which, with Inst year.
! makes a deficiency ff $792. Last year
the expenses were $573.
j FREEDMAN'S AID SOCIETY.
I Tho meeting this evening was In the
I Interest of the Freedman's Aid and
, Southern Educational society. Rev, O.
' A. Place presided, and Introduced ns
'. the speaker of the evening, Rev. M. C.
! Mason, D. D., who spoke upon the work
' of the society. Dr. R Mason Is secre
! tnry of the Freedman's Aid and Sntith-
ern Education society, he said "The
' religious movement for the evangeliza
tion and enlightenment of tho emanci
pated freedman was the most remark
able of the century. It oanw ns a rc-
, spouse to the sore and distressing needs
' of the people, the demands of the na
! tion and the urgent call of Almighty
I In speaking of the success achieved
I In the prosecution of this great work
of Christian education, he said: "Twen
I ty-nlno years ago we started out with
one single teacher and a borrowed capi
tal of $WJ0. Today we have forty-five
institutions of learning worth $1,800,000.
In these sc hools during these years we
have had more than 100,000 students
who helped and uplifted themselves,
have gone out to teach and uplift oth
ers. In addition to this face, we have
sent nut by actual count 13,800 young
colored men and women as teachers,
without counting the 6.000 or 7,000 sent
out from our white people since our
Bchoola have been enlarged to Include
them 13,800 young men and women
nil of whoso parents were born In slav
ery', most of whom were born In slavery
themselves an army 13.000 strong, not
only Intellectually, but morally pre
pared to help In the uplifting of a race
from the moral degradation Into which
slavery had plunged It."
Continuing, Dr. Mason said: "Our
people, both white and colored, are do
ing more to help themselves than ever
before. Last year the negro students
In our schools gave for self-support and
self-help In tuition, incidentals and
room rent, etc., $35,752, and our colored
conferences gave In collections last
year for our society, $11,208.23, and If
you will study carefully the general
, minutes of the church you will find for
j all purposes the benevolent collections
, from our colored people amounted In
round numbers to $50,000. The records
j will show, I think, that our white peo
; pie are doing equally as well. In clos-
ingv the doctor sa'.d: "I believe in
America; I believe that here on this
j soil dedicated to the immortal declara
I tlon that all men are created equal nnd
! endowed with certain Inalienable
I rights among which xare life, liberty
! nnd the pursuits of happiness here, on
Mils soil, we shall develop nn Idenl type
of manhood, broad nnd deep cultured
and refined, thoroughly unselfish, al
truistic, magnanimous, living and
breathing the spirit of Christ, Imbued
and saturated with his life.'.'
After Rev. Mason spoke, reports were
made by the missionary, conference
nominations, Sabbnth observance, par
sonages, publication nnd book concerns
and preachers' old society committees.
Following were the nominations made
for oincers of the conference societies
who were elected: Missionary Presi
dent, presiding bishop; vice president,
George A. Cure; secretary, L. C. Floyd;
treasurer, Egbert Kllpatrlck. Temper
ance President, J. C. Leacock; vIcq
president, L. H. Weeks; treasurer, n,
1'. Repley. Education President, L.
L. Sprague; vice president, Mr. Faulk
ner; corresponding secretnry, W. O.
Simpson; recording secretnry. A. V.
Cooper. Tract society President, J.
M. Lee; vice president, A. D. Decker;
secretary, C. H. Nlven; treasurer, W. ,T.
Hill. Freedman's aid President. Wil
liam Frlsby; vice presldent.H. H, I'.ene-dlct-j
secretary, .1. O. Crompton; treas
urer, William Edgar. Church Exten
sion President. Thomas Harroun; vice
president, J. B. Sumner: secretary, a.
K. Powell: treasurer. W. M. McLean;
directors, J. L. Thomas, H. O. Hlalr,
Martin West. The presiding elders
were made ox-offlolo members.
It was voted to hold the conference
not Inter than the second week of April
The examining oommlttre's report
was rend. David K. Packer was re
fused restoration of deacon's orders. W.
E. Wcstlnke was elected to preach mis
slon sermon next year.
Oil City, Ph.. April B. Credit balnnce,
12.). At the exehanre 125 was tho only qlu.
tatlon for the option,
Pittsburg, April , Tho only quotation
for the option and credit balances today
MARKET AND STOCK REPORT
Wall Strc:t Rev'cw.
New York, April . Speculation at
the stock exchange was stronger and
higher during the early session and
weak and lower In the late afternoon
trading. The Improvement at the
start was equal to 's(li2'4 per cent.,
Manhattan, Tennessee Coal and Iron,
Colorado Fuel and the Grangers being
most prominent in the upward move
inert. Man hut tun advanced tJ 110 on
reports that negotiations were pro
gressing looking to tho lessoning of the
road to the New York Central. Direct
or Fagr, while adivltting that there wns
something In the talk about a deal, re
fused to give any of the details. Ten
nessee Coal and Iron. Illinois and other
Iron r.nd steel stocks were In request
on the improved outlook for the trade.
Tennessee Coal and Iron advanced 14
to S2; Illinois Steel 1 to 71 and Colora
do Fuel 24 to SOVi. In the Industrial
group Sugar was conspicuous for
strength, rising to 119'i, while Tobacco
was feverish nt 87ff?S9. The unusual
methods of the management of late
have hurt the market for the stock and
operators are giving It a wide berth.
In the late trading weakness prevailed
nnd tho early gains Were generally lost,
the market having been adversely af
fected by the passing of the Cuban res
olutions by the house, reports of serious
damage to wheat in the western states
and the continued strength of sterling
exchange. The engagement of $800,000
gold for shipment to Eu'ope tomorrow
announced enr'y In the day singularly
enough had no Influence on speculation.
In the reaction Manhattan, the Grang
ers, Tennessee Coal, Colorado Fuel and
General Electric scored the heaviest
losses. The mnrlcct closed weak In
tone, the new changes show losr.es of
Vi( lBi per cent.. Louisville and Nash
ville lending. Manhattan gained V.
Tennessee Coal M; Cnnada Southern
Vt and Lnke Shore Total sales
were 133.599 shares,
Scranton Board of Trads KxchangoQuo-tntioiM-AII
Quotations ttatej on I'ur
"nnie. Sid. Asked.
Dime Dep. & Dls. Bank 140 ...
b.'rantuu ivico t'rvrain Co
National IJorins i Drilling Co.
First Xtttional Hank
Scranton Jar & Stopper Co
b.rn. i.mok Water Co
l;;mtilir;t l.oulovard Co
Scranio.1 Axle Works
hciantoii t-rtvlni;a Uank
Scranton Traction Co
Ronta Plats (Jlasa Co
Scranton Car Keplaccr Co
Scumon Packing Co
Weston Mill Co
Lackawanna lion & Steel Co..
bcranton Licdclins Co
Scranton Class Co
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortjiace Uus 1918
S.Tanioii Traction Co
People's Street Railway, first
murtgaqe due litis
Scranton & Pittstnn Trac. Co..
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond uioricave due 1920
Dickson .Manufacturing Co....
t.ucku. Township School 5....
City of Scranton Street Imp 64
Scranton Axle Works
Uuruuuh of Wluton 8
Now York Prodnco Market.
New York, April C Flour Dull, steady;
winter wheat, low grades, $2.2.'a2.S3; do.
fair to fmcy, $2.83a3.90: do. patents, $3.90
al.25; Minnesota clir, $2.70a3.20; do.
straights, $r,aB.;' do. patents, $1.3.".a4.20;
low extras, $2.'A.iS; cily mills, $.l5al.25;
do. ipatnts, $1.2iil.4"; rye mixture, $2.30
nlt.OO; KuiKirinc, $2i2.50; fine, $2a .30; south
ern flour, dull, td.udy; ryo oflur qitlet,
steady: buckwheat, 40allc. Wheat Spot
marUtt dull, stronger; No. 2 red store nnd
elevator, 82'ie.; afloat, 6.Tic; f. o. b 83'-4
aStVic. : ungraded red, C4ulTe.; No. 1 north
ern, 7iic; options wf re moid active and
excltey, advancing i'frS'ic on the de
erios.vl slocks and visible supply, bullbh
crop news and free covering declining ,
(i He. on relazlnn, closing firm at 2Hin2'.i'.!.
over Saturday; N'o. 2 red, Aoiil ,73'ie.;
May, 73':c: June, TlTHr.: July, 72,c..; 8cp
t ember, li'to.; December, 75c Corn Spon
dull, flitn'r; No. 2 ut &.V.; elevator. ,3e.j
afloat; options wre moderately active and
llrm w!h the west; Miy and July only
tmded in; May. !Me.; July. 37'.ic. Oats
fi'Wts oulet, firmer; options dull, flnier;
May, 23'o,e.; rpot prices, No. 2, at 25f4c,;
N'o. 2 white, 28'ie.; No. 2 Chicago, 2(l'ic:
No, 3 at 21V.: No. 3 white. 2V.; mixed
western. 2la2f;'jc.; white, 2ila28V-; white
state, 2ua2Si.:C. Reef Hams Dull : $14.50
13. Tierced Reef Slow, steady; city extra
India mess, $131115.50. Cut Meats Quiet,
steady; pickled bailies, 12 paunds, 4e.;
pickled shoulders, 4'-e.; pickled hams, 8fi
a!ie. Lard Quiet, firmer: western steam
$3.35 asked; city, $1.90; May, $5.37 asked;
n lined quiet; continent, $5.65; South
America, ii; entmpound, 46dut,4c. Pork
Quiet, firmer: old mes. $9a9.50: new mens.
$10alo.2C. Hutter Liberal receipts, lower;
state dairy, DalSKc. : western creamery,
I :tnl9o.: do. held, llapie.; do. factory, 8al2c;
Elgliis. lSiia19c; imitation creamery, Ua
Vic Cheese Fairly otlve; state large, (1
nlO'ic; do. fancy, lOaKVic; do. small, fla
MUc; part skims, 3.i7c.; full skims, iy..i
S'ic Eggs Firm, moderate demand; state
and Pennsylvania, 12al2!i:al3f!.: southern,
llall'ic; western fresh, U',ial2c; duck,
20a25c. ; goose, 400500.
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia. April 6. The market ruled
quiet nnd a shade easier In some grades
over the regular quotations, with the
western market conditions. Reef Rest
city family, p.MtalO .per barrel; smoked
beef, llal2c; beef hn.ins, per barrel, $13.S0
nil, according to nse. Pork Family, $11
nll.M); sweet pickled hums, cured 1 n
tierces, 8a!)'ie.; smoked, O'ialOV.; sides,
ribbed, in nalt, ftnGe.: do. smoked, fi,ia7c;
shoulders, pickle-cured, 6'ic.; smoked,
6 '40.; picnic hams, S. P. cured, KiaOVic;
do. smoked, (rViiV. ; bellies In pickle, ac
cording to average, loose. Ea.VV,c.; break
fast bacon, (!'y7Vic. Lard Pure city re
lined, In tlercc-a, tS'iafi'VM in tubs, 6V6a
?.; butchers' loose, 5Vya5Vje. Tallow Is
dull and unchanged. We quote: City,
prime In hogsheads. 3'ie.; country, prime
In bbls. .Ti,e.: county, dark, In bbls, 3',ia
3:,'jc; cakes, 4c.; griase, Sc.
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo. April fi. Close: Wheal Re
ceipts, 2.101 bushels; shipments, 5,400 bush
el'!; mnvket quiet; No. 2 red, cash, 73V.;
MUy, 71c: July, Wie. Corn Roceipts,
10,312 bushels; shipments, 4.SU0 bushels;
market steady; No. 2 niix"d, cash, 30o.;
May, 30"0.; July, 32c.: No. 2 yellow, cash,
S'! ic Oats Receipts and shipments none;
market dull; No. 2 mixed. May, 21c.
Cloverseeil Receipts, 218 bogs; shipments,
1.5U7 bags; llrm. prime, cash, $1.53; April,
$1.15; October, $1.50.
I'.uffaln Live Stock.
Ruffnlo. N. Y April 6. Cattle Active,
and 10 to 13 cents stronger; best heavy
steers, $4.40:11.45; good shipping, $l,15a4.SO;
lirrht to good butchers, ?,175a3.!K); mixed
butchprs, ?2.2.Vi3.75; oxen. J2.25a2.0; bulls.
$2.35a3.25: snickers, $2.80:i3.23; feeders, $3.33
n3.H0; common to fair veals, 3 to S extra,
$2.2ua3.FiO. Hogs Dull, lower; good weight
Yorkers, $bl.03; plg.i, glaf.ffi; mixed pack
ers, $.184.108.40.206); medium heavy, $3.Roa3.S5;
extreme heavy, J3.75; rouahs, $3.1ua3.30;
stags, $2.25a2.75. Sheep nnd Lambs Act
ive and stronger; prime handy wool
lambs, $4.90ai; fair to good, $l.50i4.S5; culls
and common, $3.75ii4.4D; mixed wool shee.p,
r;nod to extra, $220.127.116.11: common to fair,
$3.5oa3.73; culls, $2.75:13.25; clipped sheep,
good to extra, $3a3.85; clipped lambs, fair
to choice, $la4.30.
Cliionlto I-ivo Stock.
Union Stock Yards, 111., April 6. Cattle
Receipts, 11,3ft) head; markfit firm anil 10
cents higher; common to extra steers, $3.30
n4.60; stackers and feeders, $2.!IOn3.85; cows
nnd bulls, $l,30a3.23; calves, $3afi,20; Tex
nns, $2.25a3.d3. Hogs Receipts, 22,'WO
bead; market firm and 5 cents h!:hor.c:ir
ly, closing easy; heavy packing nnd ship
ping lots, $:i.(i'ia3.75; common lo cholco
mixed, $y.f.5a3.sr.; choice nt-'sorted. $3.8oa
3.P0; light, J3.70j3.83; pfc--s, $3a.1.90. Sheep
Receipts, 12,0'M head; market firm and 5
cents higher; Inferior to choice, $2.80a3.90;
Danlol Drew, who anaumulatad on of the
inrwat , frirtiini-s evor inada la Wall atreet,
'Wll?n,tlm Ril runs nn tin traps buy
toclis," aud tlm rcriirdu of VVall tn-ot for tu
pupt twn ty yijiira show bo wn right,
lor full parili'tilnr as to how Lnaluoas la
.2 '" f." "'""""Ii writa for our book, "Hpno
Jilntlo'i i Fully i xpluined," nlaoour innrkat lot
tr. JfarciiiS toipor cent. Couimluluu only
1-10 por cunt,
I D. THORNBUHGH & CO,
i Braadwar, Ntw Verk)
Connolly & Wallace
We have the sole
agency for the above
It is considered by
experts to be the best
adapted suit for ladies
that has been produced.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VA1ICB. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
18 MA DR. NO CHAROE W1M. RR
THAN 25 CKNTS. THIS RITM3 AP
PLIES TO SMAI.T. WANT ADS?.. TX
CEPT LOCAL 8ITTTATIONS, WHICH
ARB INSERTKD FRESH.
Help Wanted Male.
V collect: mils ab'o to givo bonds M
tulio'esty; pwition l enusii'tit; ono b it en
r, i ti' men need apply. Address Look Box
473, Scranton, P.
ANTED-N JUI KT IN KVEItV BKO.
tion tocanvass; $4.00 to Oil a tlnr m 1!
"1! nt iirht; also a man to sell stapl Unodj
to dealers: best sldo line STj.iO amni.tb: L
nry or lnryn rnnimtiwion made; experiene
tniiipci'ssa y. Clifton hoap and llanulactar
Ihk Co.. Cincinnati, O.
T ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
tion; a monopoly; Ids moiipy for nuanta; no
capital remiired. EDwAUD C. FISil CO.,
Cnrilen Block. Cblcao. 111.
Helo Wanted Females.
J pli annt Li me worU. and will gladly neud
full t artioulan to nil Mndinir S cunt Htamp.
Mlft M. A. Sl'liiiEIXH, Law moot, Mloh.
WASTED-I.ADY AftK.NT IN KCKAN
ton to aU and intruducn Biiydr'i vlc
Icinif; vxparionceO ranmnpr prnferrfd; wirk
rrmanrnt nl Try prntltHble. Writ for
particulntu at once an 1 get benefit of holiday
trniK T. H. HNYDF.n & CO. Cincinnati, O
WANTKD IMMEDIATELY -TWO KNEB-
pet-o fa'mwonum to rpnaint tn.
Gnnrantcod 0 n Sny without lr.t"rfcriur with
other dutira. Healthful nccuputiou. Writo
for cnrticnlara, inrlOMiug scamp, Munirn Chem
ical Cuirpanr. No. 72 ,T .hn Mn-et. KowYork.
fOR SALK -TWO LOTS OS OARPiKLO
X' Rvouue, Hyila Park. No. Oand 7, For in
formation inquire of JOHN E. COADY, 282
North Dlttkoly street Dunmnre, Pa,
FOR SALE-TWO HORSES, 2 BDTCHE
wagons. Sbuzitlen, 1 li-iirb. harneaaea and
all of butcher's outfit; aleo me t market tor
rent; iroingont of business; must Ik sob by
April 1st. Inmiirn of I E. SCUULLElt,
Ulekely street, Dunmore.
'I.'OB 8ALE-HOUKE AND LOT AT COIt
i ner of Meade and Rnrko street. All moil
em Improvements on premises, MRS. AaNlE
BTEWART, Dunmore, Pa,
ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT INQUIRE 8211
HOR RENT S-ROOM HOUSE AND IURN;
P nice yard, oornor VonStoroh and Marlon.
"I.OR RENT-HALF OP DOUBLB HOUSE:
1 modern lmproTi-inents; rent reas mabla;
corner of Rlnu and Hlitkcly streets, Dunmnre.
" W. switch. SCKANTON STOVE WORKS
TX)R RENT RO 'MS NOW OCCUPIED BY
F the Traders' Natlonnl Bank: possesaion
given about May I, by P. L. PHlLLlPd,
Cisblr Traders' National Bank.
OOll RES T TEN-ROOM HOUSE; ALL
r modern conveniences. Inquire at l'23t
T.OR RENT-ONE HALF DOUBLE HOUSE.
1 71fi Quini-y avenue. Hunt reasonable
Opposite y on?. Taylor Hoepitnl.
pOU RENT-ONE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, LEE
P court. Inqniro t'c'H Adams are.
FOR RENT NIC'Eu i FURNISHED HALL
suitnblo for ludirs roomn. JOHN JEK
JfYN, 110 Wyoininit ovonuo.
WANTED SALESMAN: SALARY FROM
sturt; perniHiient placo. BROWN
BliOS. CO , Nurserymen, Rocn. stor, N. Y.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL CIOARS;
tii per month salary and expenses void,
ililres. with two-cent stamp, FIGARO CI
GAK t:o trnleaeo,
AGENTS TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
Kold, silver, nickel and copper electro
pi uteri: prico from $3 upward; salary and ex
penses paid: outfit free. Address, with stamp,
MICHIGAN MFB CO.. Chicago.
GENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
l $i KocUlv and expense; experience un
neceoiuiry. ( ONSOL1UATED MFG. CO,, tS
V'nn Buren St., CD'cago.
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; 81
per cent, roinminsion; sample book
milled fros. Address L, N. CO,, btatlon L,
New Yol k,
AT ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sol) new Uuhttiluir selling table clutb.uiav
qnito and bouso flv litpiid at 10 cents and '25
coiits a bo tie. Sumiiln tree. BOLGIANO
M I"G Co.. Baltimore, MA.
AGENTS iilNDE'S PATENT UNIVEiV
sal Hair Curlers and Wnvera fnsed with
out heat), and "I'yr Pointed"Hair Pin Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 45H New York.
rHE KOI DIHR IN OUR CIVIL WAK."
You want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Plcturcs.slmw
iiift tke forces In actual battle, skelaaod on tils
sfxit. Two volumes, 'J,IX) pictures, Kohl on
easy monthly puin.eim. Delivered by ex
Press complete, ell ol arxes prepaid. Address
P. U MOODY, (ta Adams Ave.. Scranton, Pa.
BLANK bOOKS, PAMPliLITS, MAGA
sines, etc., bound or rebound at Tito
TliintNB office. Juick work. Uoasonabia
ROKBLINO'S CELEBRATED TANSY AND
Pennyroyal I ills; imported; absolutely
sale; h.irinlois; nurri.ir to all others: never
luils, unv since: thniimiiitlH ut hnjjpv Id'll.-s: ?!
livmab. Sold only by BuTANIrs.?. kU'ELI
Vic CO.. lit Fifth Avmuo, New York.
Notice to Rock Contractor.
IJROPOSALH WILL BB RKCE1VED BV
I the Leh'ali Vnlley Coal Cmuraiiv. until
April 14th, ld, for sinlilru-. n"nr the nlty ut
Huzlntun. a sliftit, about, U' o'( bv lir 0" fr m
'he sm-iace to a depth of about 770 foot. Plans,
pectllputlons and form of contract may be
it tun at the sovipaay's utile at Kasietcn, cr at
'lie General Hupiiriiitendunt'a offio.iiit Wllkn
llarre, The rlcht to rejnot any ami all bl is Is
reserved, Adiiresa all comnitmicmtlonH to In
uadsrslvned. W. A.XATUKOP. Gen. Sunt..
Vv likaa-Barre, Pa.
602-904 UCU VtL, COH ADtli
WANTED A JOU TAKiNli CARE OF
horses or drivlne job "r auy kind; (tood
reforenc .. 0. KciOW'l.fc.tt, 10a ; pruc streeU
WANTED A POSITI'.N I Y A LADY
areuographer aud typewriter. Addras
N. J Tribuue obloa, orontou, fa.
POSITION WAN ED BY EXPERIENCED
salesman In eltlier dry poods or clothina
house; t ost reforeucsa. Address CV T. Trib
Cll'UATION WANTED BY A MAN WHO
O ba 12 years' experience in dry roods,
hoes and groroibs; Al rsfvrsnoa. Address
Y., Tritmuu offlee.
l stockholdorj or The ProvMs?c Oas and
Water Comp my will be bM at their office In
the Delaware and Hudson bail-iiliir. Lsaka-
wanea avenue, KcrautOii, Pa. Monday, May
s. iia at iw a. in., do rates cmcere ae verve
durniK the onsuiut; year, ta coiialiler and aa
thotiss so increase of the capital stock of tbe
company, and traanace any other business
tbat may be nr'seiite l.
By order of the aianavers.
H. F. AT1I1CKTON, Secretary.
Sonnton, Pa., Feb. SS. WW.
CRIPPLE CHEEK STOCKS.
We have carefully investigated and now s
peclslly recommen-l as safe investments, the
Stocks of Thompson, loan-Anchor, aiebe
Hill, Consolidated, IndependsnceBxtenaioa,
Portfand, Isabella and linlon-Ueld Mining
THE MECIIEM INVESTMENT COMPANY.
118 Jackson Street, Bank Ploor. I.. M. Knee
land, Msnster. 4.en,liors of all Colorado Ex
cbant'is -d.rect private wlr. a Orders prompt
ly executed rorrospondence solietted.
Schedule in Elfect Atay :, iSos.
Trains Loave Wilkes- Earrvas Follow
7.25 a. m., week dys, fcr Surbury
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, WaahinRton, and for Pitt
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton.
Polttyille, Reading, Norristown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harriaburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
S.I7 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelahia, 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.
8.00 p. m., week days, for Huleton
J. R. WOOD, Gen'l Pass. Afent
S. M. PREVOST, Ueneral Manager.
Central Railroad ot New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively. Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TAULl'J IN EFr'KGT Mdl. 15, 181W.
Trains leave Scranton for Ptttston.
Wllkcs-Biirre, eta At 5.20, J.16, 11.30 u, m ,
VlAi, 2.00, 3.05, D.OO, 7.10 p. m. Sundays. COO
a. m., 1.00. 2.15. 7.10 p. m. ' '
For Atlantic City, 8.i0 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
8.20 (express) a. m., 12.4 (express with Buf
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express) p. m. Bun
day, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 12.46 p. m.
arrives at Philadelphia, Reading Term
inal, 6.22 p. ni. and New York 6.00 u. m.
For Mauch Chunk. Allentown, Bethle
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, s.20 a. m .
12.13, 3.0T, B.00 (except Philadelphia) p. m
Sunday, 2.1B p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Qrove, etc.. u.
8.20 u. in., 12.45 p. m.
For Heading, Lebanon and Harrlsburc.
via Allentown, 8.20 li. m., 12.43. 5.00 p. ,
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
Kor Pottsville, 8.20 a., 12.45 p. m,
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North Klver, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10, 1.30, 4.13 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. ta. Sunday, 4.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
(.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday 6.27
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates miiy be had on application In ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN.
Gen. Pass. Agent
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
July 80, all trains will
arrive at new Lacka
wanna avenue tatlon
Trains will leave Scran.
ton station for Cnrhondale and Internje
diuto points nt 2.20. 5.4:.. 7.W, 8.25 and 10.10
n. m 12.00, 2.20. 3.03. S.U -13. 7.2 8.10 and
3'i?or''Fai'Vlew, Wayinart, nnd Honesdale
at 7-00. 8.25 and 10.1U a. m., 12.00. 2.20 and 6.18
''Kef Albany, fiarntosa, the Adirondack
and Montreal at 6.45 a, m. and 8.20 p. m.
For Wllkea-Barrn and Interniedlute
points nt 7.4:i. 6.45. C.'.S and 10.43 a. ni., 12.05,
1.20, 2.3S. 4.00, 0.10, O.O.'i, 11.15 and 11.88 p. m.
Trains will arrlvo nt Scranton station
from Cnrhondale nnd Intermediate points
at 7.40, 8.40, 0.34 and 10.40 a. m., 13.00, 1.17,
2.21, 8.40. 4.04, 8.63. 7.43, 9.11 nnd 11.33 p. m,
From lioneadulo, Waymart ana Far.
view at 8.34 a, m 12.00. 1.17, 3.40. 5.CJ and
?.tri p. ni.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc..
at 4.64 and 11.83 p. m.
From Wilkee-Parre and Intermediate
eslnta at lit, t.0, 10.06 and 11.66 a. m 1.16
11 13. 1.10, CM, 1.80. 8.03 and U.1I p. m. '
Made in many dif
ferent qualities of
cloth at our popular
RenoYate Feathera, '
Make Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
Nov. 17. 1896.
Train leaves Scranton tor Philadelphia
and Wew Xorlc via V. H. R. It. at 7.4
a. m., 12.0.-, L20, 2.33 aud U.38 p. m., via D..
I ft W. . R.. .W. 8.0s. 11.20 a. m.. and Lit
Leave Scranton for Flttston and Wllkos.
Barre, via IX. L. A W. It. R., 6.00, 8.08. 11. 2
a. m.. 3.40, C.07. 8.53 . in.
Leave Scranton far White Haven, Ha.
lleton, rotiiivllltt and all polnta on the
Weaver Meadow and Poitavllle branohes,
! iPtP- m- via D. L., & W. R. R. 6.00,
8.08. 11.20 a. m.. 1.80, 3.40 p. tn.
irffive Sfr"100 ,or lthlehem Easton.
rneaamg, Hnrnsburg and all intermediate
via I. K. R. R. 7.45 a. ta., 12.0&.
R. R-, S.00, 8.0s. 11.20 a. m!. l.:j p. m
ilfj Scranton for Tunlihannock, To.
tT?r jV3'"'1--. Ithsca, 0tieva and all
Intermediate points via D & 11. R. R.. 8 4i
n m" .3 1135 P- m- via t., U i W.
R. R., 8.0fi. Kofi a m., 1.80 p. m.
Leave eranion for Rochester. Buffalo,
J,'"fra falls. Detroit Chicago and all
1'imw ll issJ- "., via V., L. ft W. R r!
JnU Wltsiou Junction. 8.U8, 6.65 a. m., L30,
S.e'J p. m.
rorEif"Ka nn1 we,t vla Salamanca,
S' f 'l' K-.JM5 a. m. 12.U3 p. mT
vlaD.. L. & w. R, R., 8.08, 8.35 a in", Lsi
Piilman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
rhsir cars on all trains between L. ft B.
Junetlon or Wllkes-Barre and New York.
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Subpenslaa
Kp&VS H- Wn.TlUR, Oen. Supt
CHA3. 8. LKK, Oen. Pass. Art., Phlla,. Pa,
A. W. NONNEMACHER. Asst Gen.
Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem. Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24, 18J5.
Trains leave Scranton as follows! Ex.
fress for New York and al) points East.
40, 160, 0.16, 8.00 aud D.ui a. m.; 12.65 and
8.34 p m.
Express for Kaston, Trenton. Phlladek
phla and the South, 6.15, 6.00 and 8.65 a. m..
12.65 end 3.31 p. m.
Washington and way stations. 3.65 p. zr,
Tobyhanna aocomriiodatlun, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Plriyb.imion, Oswego, El.'
tnlra, Corning, Bath, Dansvllle, Mount
Morris and BufTulo, 12.10, 2.33 a. m., and
1.21 p. m., mscing close connections at
Buffalo to nil points In the West, North,
west and Southwest,
Path accommodation, I a. m.
ninghnmton and way stations, 12.87 p. ns
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. m.
Blngha:r.ion and Elmlra Express, (.01
Express for Cortland, Syracuso, Oswego.
Uttca and Richfield HVlims, 2.35 a. m. anj
1.24 p. m.
Ithaca 2.8f and Bath 9 a. m. and 1.21 p m.
For Norrhumberland, Plttston, Wilkes.
Bnrra. Plymouth, l'.loomsburg and Dan.
vllle, CJkln close connections at North,
umbe-innd for Wllliamsport, Harrisburg,
Bultitmiro, Washington and the South.
Nor'.humoerland and Intermediate sta.
tlons. 0.00, 0.55 a. m. nnd 1.30 and 6.07 p. TO.
N'trntlcoke and Intermediate stations,
8.0t trid 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter,
in f JIM 0 statfons, 2.40 and 8.62 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches 09
al) express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city;
ticket ofllce, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or
dopot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 18, ISM.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
and Intermediate points on the Krlo rail
road, also for Honesdale, Hawley nnd
local points at 8.35 a. m. and 3.28 p. m. and
arrive at Scranton from above points at
8.23 a, m. and 3.57 p. m.
In Effort September 3Jnd, 1S95.
Mot II Hound.
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IS fe I cent Cunday.)
r mi Arrive teare
ravN. Y. Franklin fit.
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7 ool weeiiawkeu
r HlArrtrn wiavei
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7 18 8 43
7 14 H40
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If t 'a m Leave
A Mr ul
AU trnlil'tm rinllr except findny. 1
I slnDllies that trains slop on signal tor pifj
tourn ratt s via Ontniin a Western before
eirchtislfirtli'l.'et-i ami suva money. Bay aai
Ihgt limms to tbn est.
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