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T MOHNINO, APRII 14, 1896.
.LL kinds cost that
N PAID FOR IN AD
fv a nrw-ktr irnnirwT
CHARGE WILL BE LESS
"TNTS. THIS RULE AP-
MALI. WANT ADS., Ea?
t H1TTTAT10X9. WHICH
fa Into Miss
-As tho result of
"heir eiiRas-'iiient ly
n, u ptvtty Hl-yeur-uld
Vroutman, her lover, ngi'd
uiul killed her latf this nftel-
Threo bullets were fired through
Tr henrt. Mrs. Kohlnsim. with whom
ihn murdered girl lived, narrowly es
caped death, Proutmaii tiring one shot
at her. which missed the mark. The
murderer was pastured by a posse of
citizens and taken to the Four Courts.
Proutman and Miss Simpson were en
Raffed to bo married In June, but be
cause of her fiance's violent temper she
broke the engagement. Vheti Prout
man called today at the house wheie
Kilt- was slaying Mrs. Robinson Inform
ed him of Miss Simpson's decision. This
lingered Proutman. who went Into the
room where his sweetheart was and
nhot her down while she was pleading
for mercy. After she had fallen he
llred two more shots Into her prostrate
body, and while escaping shot at Mrs.
ltoblnson, who tried to Intercept him.
Married Man Shoots a Woman With
Whom Ho Wns In I'ovc.
Bridgeport. April 13. Charles Kos
tropskl shot and killed Mary Pudllle
phoi tly before 7 o'clock this morning, ut
the woman's home on Church street.
The murderer has n wife and family
living in Birmingham. Conn., and the
woman hail a husband and seven chll
ilien living In this city. Kostropskl
ivus infatuated with the woman and left
lils wife and family to be near her.
When he came again yesterday the
woman told him that he most go away
and not see her again. This mornlnc?
be entered the house and four shots
followed. Kostropskl was seen run
ning from the house with a smoking
revolver in his hand.
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MISS PERKINS AS "AUTUMN."
When tho 1'lcluro Was Shown It Was
Short on Drapers'.
Indianapolis, April 1". Oeoige T.
Hassett, a local photographer, exhibit
ed a photograph at the state conven
tion of photographers here recently
which was entitled "Autumn," anil
which represented a young lady in
n bower of roses with her limbs bare
to the knees. The photograph took llrst
prize and has been extensively repro
duced in photographers' Journals.
Miss Lillian Perkins ordered suit
against the photograidier fur $10,00(1,
claiming that when she sat for the
picture her limbs were hidden bv a
heavy drapery, which the artist after
D. E. Jones, of Lee, spent Sunday
With relatives here.
Thomas Telford, of Ttlakelv, was the
Kuest of Morgan E. Orllllths, of Pond
street, on Sunday.
Benjamin Evans' child, of Taylor
Htreet, who died so suddenly Saturday
afternoon, was buried yesterday.
The employees of Taylor, Pyne and
Holden are receiving their monthly sti
Henjamin Williams, of nidge street,
is moving to the Jones block on Pond
Thomas Griffiths and family, who
have been visiting for the past few
days at the former's sister have decided
10 resuie at L,ee. and are moving today.
If 'there Is anything deserving the
Attention of the citizens of this bor
ough, it is the illuminating of this
place. How much more cheerful and
pleasurable would It be for pedes
trians if we had a well lighted place.
Benjamin Heese, of South Taylor, Is
Improving his property,
A lecturer has been engaged by the
Congregational church for Tuesday
evening, April 28, to lecture on "Ar
menian Troubles." It will undoubtedly
be a treat,
If tho Baby la Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wimlow'u Soothing Syrup has
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil
lions of Mothers for tlielri Children
while Teething, with Perfect 8uc!ess.
It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums,
Allays all Pain; Cures Wind Collo and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world.
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wtnslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Iwenty-flve cents a bottle. M
A base ball club will be organised
which will Include only the best play
ers in town, and Bhould there be a
county league this season Olyphont will
. take an active part In It. In the wlnt-
st Lake; John
Ihert W. Cogs-
Wllllam H. Bates,
Allien, Great Mend
s H. Jtaub, Harford;
Hammond, Harford; Fred-
Tlngley, Harford; Frank O.
'or, Harmony; Watson S. Iteea,
lony; Simon S. Quailey, Hnllstead;
Heeder, Herrlck; Alonzo Miles,
Hopbottom; Philander K. Benson,
Jackson; Harry Warner, Jessup; Will
lam McCoy. Lanesboro; Kphruim J.
Carr, Lanesboro; John Dillon, Liberty:
Frederick Bailey, Liberty; Edward
Benjamin, Lenox; Luclan Titus, Lenox;
Hubert L, Dimon, Mlddletown; James
Harrigan, Middletown; Charles Mor
gan, jr., New Mnlord township; Frank
Decker. Oakland borough; George Har
vey. Bush; Charles L. Flummerfelt.
Bush; Ilronson Shoemaker, Itush:
Miles G. Shoemaker, Bush; Herbert
Baker. Hush: Bentley Stark, Sprlng
vllle; John Springsteen, Susquehanna;
John P. Lannon. Susquehanna; Willlum
Judge Jessup's condemned herd of
short-horn Jerseys will be shipped to
Wllkes-Barrj the latter part of the
Attorney F. I. Lott recently sold Let
tie, u mare sired by Dahlia, to Lewis
Uros., Plttston, Pa. F..I. in the horse
business and his genial partner. Maxey,
In bicycle that law llrm ought to
make things go.
Attorney J. M. Kelly was the first
lawyer in Susquehanna county to ap
pear before the newly organized Su
perior court at Harrisburg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mulford, who
have been In Scranton for a few days,
Guy Bros.' minstrels will appear at
the armory Wednesday night next,
April 15. The organization comes to
Montrose highly recommended, and the
ndvunce sale of seats at McCausland's
thus far has been phenomenal.
Judge Searle, who has been confined
to his home sintering from a severe
cold, was able to preside at court today.
Piles! Mies! Itching Piles!
Symptoms Moisture; Intense Itching
and stinging; most at night; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tu
mors form, which often bleed and ulcer
ate, becoming very sore. Swayne's
Ointment stops the itching and bleed
ing, heals ulceration, and in most cases
removes lue tumors. At druggists, or
by mall, for GO rents. Dr. Swayne &
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo, (.. April 13. Close Wheal Ke
celpls, 1,1m) bushels: shipments, !!.7.'0 bush
els; Kteuily; No. 2 red cash, 73; May,
7.i'o.; July, tiiie.; . August, til"'.'. Corn Re
ceipts, 1,717 bushels; shipments, 4.0U0 hush
els; easy; No. 1! mixed July, 3Jie. Outs
Hccrlpts, o.umi bushels; shipments, none;
dull; I'u. 2 while cash. 22'i.c. . Inverseed
Receipts, 40 bags; shipments, 753 bugs;
firm: prime cash, 84.75; April, $4.70; Octo
ber, $l.7u; prime timothy cush, $1.05.
Chicago l.ivo Stock.
Colon Stock Yards. III., April 13,-Cuttle
Receipts. 1B.3U0 head; market weuk and
loalfie. lower; common to extra steers,
$3.30u4.50; stockers ami feeders, $2.8wi3.M;
cows und bulls, $I.6iiii3.40: calves, J3nn.Hi;
Texiins, $2.25n4. Hogs Receipts. 32.000
head: market" weak uml 5c. lower; heavy
packing anil shipping lots, $3.55a3.80; Com
mon to choice mixed, $X55a3.8T; choice as
sorted, 3.ttoa4.07,,(i; light, $3.liOal.o7; pigs,
$2u4.05. Sheep Receipts, 20,000 head; mar
ket slow and le. lower; Inferior to choice,
$2.75a3.75; lumhs, $;i.75n4.U5.
Oil City, Pa.. April 13. Oil market-fl.lS,
the only quotation. Credit balances, Penn
sylvania opened, $1.20; closed, $1,20. Stand
ard Oil company's price. $1,20.
Pittsburg. April 13. oil iuarkct-1.18,
the only quotation today.
Third Legislative District,
The Republicans of the Third legislative
district will assemble in convention at
the arbitration room In the court house
on Thursday, April Hi, at 3p, in., for the
purpose of electing a delegate to the He
publican stale convention to be held at
Harrisburg April 23. 1896. The primaries
will be held at the regular polling place,
on Tuesday, April 14, 1S1KI, between the
hours of 4 and 7 p. m. Kindlon districts
are entitled to representation as follows
Lackawanna township, South district., 1
i.aoKawunna lownsmp, west instinct.... 2
Lackawanna township, East district, ... 1
Lackawunna township, Northeast dlst., 1
Luckuwunna township. Southwest dlst. 1
Lohigh ; 1
Madison I 2
Newton ( l
North Ablngton ....1 1
Old Forge, First district
Old Forge, Second lllstiict.; l
Old Forge, Fourthdistrict 2
Ransom ....1 1
Bcranton, Sixth Wurd, Third district.... 2
Scott ... 3
Spring Brook.... 1
South Ablngton 2
Taylor, First wnl 1
Taylor, Second ward 1
Taylor Third ward... 1
Taylor, Fourth ward 1
Taylor, Fifth ward 1
West Ablngton 1
John McCrlndle, Chairman,
. ' . . J. W. Houier, Secretary.
rbriees on the
by Central and
Sales were 1US.433
L.IA.M LINN. AL-
pondents for A. 1'.
broker, . 41 epruco
.... 84'i 85i S3i, S3
14i 1.'. 111
Co. .119'. 121 ll'J-i 12i;
L Vk.. 1S. Hi' VAt Pi',
Wn ... 44 4's H
10 lB'n n nes
wv, till. Si 'i:i
W H)3'4 103T4 IlUMi
& U 7K 79 78 V 7'J
' St. L 35' a ' M SS
il. A at. P.. 75. Ki4 ?M 7u j
. 1. & 1'uc... 71',. 7li 71'n 7P'-i
Hud 1 2 1201 12i 12i:-i
C. F 177i 18S 17T 18
ii. Electric Si". 38i 38' 331
.ouis. & Nash 497. BO. 4V 50',,
M. K. & Texas, Pr... 2 27 2ti 27
.Vlan. Klevated 1107's lll'i Jliivst ill
Mo. Pae 24'i 24 24'a 2l'i
National Cord 4" 4 4' 4i,
Nat. Lead 24ii 24', 24'4 24'i
N. J. Central loii't 107 ltNi'i 1077,
N. Y., L. B. & V 1414 H'i 14'v
N. Y 8. & W 8 Si 8',a
N. Y., S. & W Pr... 23 24 23 24
Nor. Pae 1'i I '4 l'H
Pae. Mali H SH W
Phil. & Read 10 12i 11", 12-..
Houthern R. R OV '. S'i
Houthern R. R Pr.. 24 30 2!'s 30
Tenn., C. & Iron 31' 3Hi 307, 31Vi
Texas Paclllc 8 8', S'i 8'j,
Vnloii paelllo S'i 8 8
Wotiash, Pr 18 18 18 18
Western Union 84 83 83
XV. 1 7 l'i '-
1'. S. leather, Pr.... 81", fi2 . til 6
IS. S. Rubber 27 27 20 27
Op'n- High- Low- Closing-
est. est. lng.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICE3.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos-
VHEAT. lng. est. est. lng.
Mav 4 . 4 tw'i
July (ii Wl4 rTi W'A
May 19' i 20 19'i i:7,
July 1T 20'i 197 20V4
Slav 29i 30'i 2954 30!(,
July 30 311-4, Sod, 31 '4
September 32 32, 32 32
Slay 5.03 6.0.'. G.0T. 5.0.-1
July S.20 5.20 S.20 G.20
Slay 8.60 8.(i7 8.r,r 8.R0
July 1177 8.90 b.75 8.80
Scranton Board of Trade EzebaneoQiio-
tntions-AII Quotations Based on I'ur
Name. Bid. Askel
Dime Dep. & DIs. Bank 140
gciunton Lace Certain Co to
National Boring & Drilling Co. ... 80
First National Bank 630
Rcranton Jar & Stopper Co 25
Elmhurst Boulevard Co 100
Bcranton Axle Works go
bcranton Savings Bank 200
Scranton Traction Co 15
lionta Plate Glass Co 10
Scranton Car Replacer Co 100
gcanton Packing Co 95
Weston Mill Co 50
Lackawanna Iron A Hteel Co ISO
Scranton Bedding Co 103
Scranton Glass Co 100
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage duo 1918 110
Scranton Traction Co 9$
People's Btreet Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 lit
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School t 103
City of Scranton Street Imp 6 ... 102
Scranton Axle Works 100
Borough of Wlnton 6 100
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia, April 13,-I'rovlslons The
market ruled weak and dull In touch wltn
the western market conditions. Beef -West
family, $9.jOalO per barrel ;smoked
beef, Hal2c: beef hams, per barrel, $15.;.a
1(1, according to age. Pork Family, $lla
ll.W; sweet pickled hams, cured In tierces,
8ii'tc; smoked, 9V4alO',jc.; sides, ribbed, In
salt, 0:,ie.; smoked, U:'ia7c.; shoulders,
pickle cured, .G'je.; smoked, C'ic; picnic
hams, 8. P. cured, G'tiuti'ic. ; do. smoke 1,
Uia7'C.; bellies In pickle, according to
average, loose, SaG-V.; breakfast bacon,
(i'i'-e. Lard Pure city retlned In tierc
es" OUa'ic.; In tubs. tiUatWie. ; butchers'
loose, ii'.iufilsc. Tallow Is dull and weak.
We quote: City, prime In hogsheads, 3c.'
country, prime in barrels, SVfcO. ; country,
dark, in barrels, JVic.i cakes, 37e.; grease,
New York Prodnee Market.
New York, April 13. Flour Quiet, very
Arm; winter wheat, low grades, $2.23a2.90;
do. fair to funcy, $2.8iia3.90; do. patents,
J3.90u4.2."i; Minnesota clear, J2.Wa3.15; do.
straights, $3a3.5o; do. patents, t3.45a4.35:
low exirus, $2.2."u2.9o; city mills, tt.loa4.20;
do. i)atenls,-84.ia4.30; rye mixture, tS.Soa
3.30; superfine. $2a2.33; tine, $2a2.30. ttouth
ern Hour Dull, steady; common to fair
extra, t2.40a3; good to choice do., $3a3.30.
Rye Hour yulet, steady; $2.i'wa2.0; buck
wheat, 40a41c. Cornmeal Dull, steady.
Rye Nominal; western, 4ilc. Ilarley
Firm; ungraded western, 39a41e. Wheat
Spot market dull; llrm; No. 2 red store
and elevator, nominal; afloat, nominal;
February, 78'sc. to arrive; ungraded red,
U3aS0c.; No. 1 northern, 7T7tH.. : options
closed llrm at touc. below Saturday with
trading fairly active; No. 2 red April,
75Hic.; Slay, 72V.; June, 72e.; July, 71vic.;
September, 71ic; Hoeember, 72Mia73!i.e.
Corn Spots dull; llrm; No. 2 at 4uo. ele
vator; 4le. atloat; options were firm and
dull at 'a:1Ki advance with trading local:
April, 37c; .May, 3iiM,c; July, 37',dc; Sep.
temner, ;'ic oats spots uun, steany;
options dul, llrmer; May, 21t.ic; spot
prices. No. 2 at 2Tiia2.'tie.; No. 2 white,
Si'ie.j No, 2 Chicago, 20a2ii',sc. ; No. 3 at
24',2c.: oN. 3 white, Sitic; mixed western,
2ria20V.e. : white do., 20a2ilc.; white state,
2tiu29c. Feed Bran. GOa'lic. Ueef Unlet.
steady: family, $9.50all; extra mess, ,a
8. Beer hams oun: jM.wairi. Tierced
beef Steady, dull; e.lty extra India mess,
tl:.al,i..i0. cut meats yulet steady:
pickled bellies, 12 pounds, 440.; pick I'd
shoulders, i'aVtC; pickled hams, 8'uUc.
Lard Kasy quiet; western steam, $5.27Vii;
city, $1.80; May, 13.30; refined, slow; con
tinent, $5.00; South America, $; compound,
4'ifea44c. Pork Dull, steady; old mess, $9a
fi.no; new mess, $10al0.2o. Butter yulet,
easy; state dairy, 9al7c; do. creamery,
12ulTc. ; do, hcU, 10al5c.; do. factory, 8a
lH-jC.;101glns, 17 ',4c; imitation creamery,
llal5c, 4'heese Moderately active; state
large, Gal0'4c.; do. fancy, lOalOVic: do.
small, tialO'V'.; 'part fklms, 3a7c; full
skims, a2'.jc, Kggs yulet, easy; state
and Pennsylvania, 127(,al3!4c; southern,
llaUTioHe.; western fresh, 12e.j duck, 20a
23e.; goose, 3fia40c, .
IHtffnlo l.lvo Stock. -
nufTalo, N. Y April 13.-Cattle-Very
dull and 15n23c. lower; good huny medi
um and shipping stock steers, $3.80a3.9i;
light butchers', $3.0!ia3.75; mixed butchers-
$3.23a3.tM; veals, dull and lower; good to
prime, $4a4.SO; common light to fair, $3a
3.75. Hogs Lower, good Yorkers, $1.10;
light, $4.IG; mixed packers, $4; mediums,
$4; pigs, $4.1Ga4.2u; roughs, $3.23a3.40; stags,
$2.50,13. Sheen and lambs Market 10c.
lower for lambs; sheep steady; prime wool
lambsl Jt.HfiaG; fair to choice, t4.H3a4.80;
clipped lambs, $4ul.7r; mixed rheep, good
to choice wools, t3.7Ga4; culls to fair, $2.7.'u
8.85; clipped sheep, culls to choice, 2.Gua
Hcln Wanted Mala.
TED AN AOI-NT IN EVERY BF.C-
Inn lorinna: f 4 U0toa00 a dsr medx:
at nitfhk alaiiit m&n tn m-ll StnnU Woods
leslers: best side line ii.VW) a month: aal-
or tarn ronmiuion made: fiprnenm
ueceHa'T. Clifton tsoao ana Alanulactar-
Ig Ca. Cincinnati. O.
RANTED WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
I tvirr town to policit stock Biibserlp-
tion: a monopoly: big money for agents: no
capital required. EDWARD C. FIStt 4k CO..
Borden Block, Chieairo. Hi.
Male Wanted Females.
tent, reliable, for general houtework.
'ANTED COMPETENT COOK AND
two girls. Apply iVkt Jeffnrson avenue.
I ADIE8-I MAKR BIO WAGES DOING
1 J pleasant boine work, and will gladly aood
full particulars to nil rending s cent itamp.
S1I8 SI. A. STEBBIK8. Lawrence, Mich.
7-ASTED-I.ADY AGENT IN SCRAN-
V ton to sell and introduce Snyder's eake
icing; experienced canvasser preferred: work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
f articnlnra at once and get benefit of holiday
radr. T H. SNYDER CO. Cine Innati. O
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO F.NER
cetio naleswomen to represent ua
Gnaranteed $0 a dnv without interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation, write
for particulars, Inclosing lump. Mango t'bem
lrul Company. No. 72 John street. New York.
1X)R SALE CHEAPONE PAIR OP
V heavy dranght lnr. For further in
formHtlon rpply to ATLANTIC REFINING
CO. , Coal Exchange building.
TOR SALE-TWO HOR8E8, 2 BUTCHER
X wngons. 2 buggies, 1 alelgh. barnenes and
all of butcher's outfit; also meit market for
rent; going ontof business; muit tie sold by
April 1st. Inmiire of L E. 8CUULLER,
uiasoiy aireei, uunmore,
nOR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT AT COR
L1 tier of MoaHe and Burke street. All mod
orn Improvement on premises. MBS. ANNIE
8TEWART, Dunmore, Pa.
lOR RENT TEN-RtXM HOUSE lnl
I1 Mnviii titrant. InrmifA rtAVfc rlrui.
F'OR RENT SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. 1)24
Green Ridira street: excellent location.
Inquire next door.
T?OR RENT 8-ROOM HOUSE AND BiRN;
JT nice yard, corner Von 8 torch and Marlon.
TOR RENT-HALF OF DOUBLE HOUSE;
JT modern iiniirovonients: rent reasonable:
cot ner of Pine and Blakely streets, Dunmore.
XIR RENT WAREHOUSE ON D.. L A
W. switcli. SCRANTON STOVE WORKS
.Oli RENT ROM8 NOW OCCUPIED BY
the Traders' National Bnnk: possession
given ahout May I. by F. L. PHILLIPS,
Cashier Traders' National Bank.
,-V)R RENT TEN-ROOM HOUSE;" ALL
1 modern conveniences. Inquire at 1223
IOR RENT-ONE-HALF DOUBLE HOUSE
715 Onlncv avomi. Rant reasonable
Oppoaite Moees Taylor Hospital.
F'OR RENT NICEt, I FURNISHED HALL
suitable for ludgo rooms. JOHN JEK
MYN, 119 Wyoininu oven ne.
"MHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
X You want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Plctures,abow
lng the force In actual battle, sketched On the
spot Two volumes, 2,000 pictures. Hold on
easy monthly payment Delivered by ex
press complete, all charges prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY. 822 Adams Ave., Heranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS. PAMPHLETS. MAGA
sines, etc., bound or rebound at Tdi
TninuM ofUce. yulck work. Reasonable
stockholders of Tho Providence Gas and
Water Company will be held at their office in
the Delaware and Hudson building. Lacka
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa.. Monday, May
4, ltjOS, at 10 n. m 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 any other business
that may be presented.
By order of the managers.
H. F. ATHERTON, Secretary.
Rcrnnton, Pa., Feb. 28, 1890.
ALL CONVENIENCES TO TROUT FISH
ers and tlios-loosing for quiet summer
board ratoi cheap . st. Address
A. KLOTZ. Uonldshoro, Pa.
1MIRLY REFINED GENTLEMAN DE
sires room with or without board in re
fined private Jewish family. Address M. A.,
Stone for Sale.
BLUE STONE-EVF.RV ONE WISHING
to buy stone would do well to call on
Korsler Brothers, miners of and dealers in all
kinds of flagging, curbing and all kinds of
stone nut lo oraer. iic.iLhL.tSK BROTHERS,
723 Delaware street. Hcrantnn, Pa.
Wanted To Buy.
MILK ROUTE OF 100 QUARTS A JAY
. Address K. M.T1.", Tribune office.
Clark's Summit, April 13, 1890.
rpHE SOUTH ABINGTON SCHOOL
X Board will rocelve realed proposals for
the grading of the ground around the new
sciiooi Dunning, i ne grautng to oe anno ac
cord I nit to a nlan nrenared bv a civil enirineer.
Said plun will be explained by the president of
the Board on the irrounds. Saturday after
noon, April 18th, st 2 o'clock. The right to
reject any or all bids is reserved. All bids
. i. . r i i , i . i, ....
illicit ue iu in ur uviuru jsiunuaj. April
ist'O. w. i-, una, oecretary.
H0W$20 MADE$500 IN 20 DAYS
Onr book, "How Fortunes Are Made," ex
plains. Sent tree. Writ" at once, as the edi
tion Is limited. The BEN NIN (.TON INVEST
MENT co an wan st, n. y.
' CRIPPLE CREEK STOCKS.
We have carefully investigated and now es
pecially recommend us safe Investments, the
Stocks of Thompson, noon-Anchor, (Kobe
Hill, Consolidated, Independence-Extension,
Portland, Isabella and Union-Gold Mining
THE MECHEM INVESTMENT COMPANY.
138 Jackson Street, Chicago, III., Bank Floor.
L. Ft. Kneelsnd, Monsger. Members of all Col
orSdo Excbauitos -direct nrivate wires. Or.
dors promptly executed correspondence so
I Daniel Drew, who accumulated one of tho
aid: "When the sap rnns up the trees buy
stocks," sod the records of Wall street for the
past twenty years show he wss right.
for full particulars as to how business is
dono lu W all street, write tor our book. "Spec
iimiion nuiy explained," also our market let
ter. Margin 8 to t per rent. Commission only
IbIA MF flnl
E. D. THORNBURGH & CO,
41 Broaawsy. Mew York.
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.
WANTED SALESMAN : SALARY FROM
start; permanent place. BROWN
BROS. CO., Nurserymen, Roeoester, N. Y.
$75 per month salary and expensee paid.
Address, with two-cent stamp, FIGARO Ct
OAR CO, Cblosgo.
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel end capper electro
platers: price from S3 upward; salary and ex-
Stssea paid: outfit free. Address, with stamp,
ICHIQAN MFG CO.. Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
1Q weekly and expenses; experience un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG. CO.. is
van Duren si., (.nioago.
SALESMAN TO CARRY 8IDE LINE; 23
ner cent commission: ssmnle book
mailed free. Address L. N. CO.. otatioa L,
AT ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new lightning selling table cloth.mos
qulto and house fly liquid at 10 cents and '!&
rents a bottle. Sample free. BOLGIANO
M'F'GCo., Baltimore, Md.
AGENTS HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER
aal Hair Curlers and Wavers fused with
out heat), and "Pyr Polnted"Hsir Pina Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and fnll par
ticulars. Address P. a Box its. New York.
ROEBLINO'S CELEBRATED TANSY AND
Pennvroval Pills: imnorted: absolutely
safe; harmless; superior to all others; never
tails, any stago; thousands of banpy ladies: t3
by mull. Sold only by BOTANICAL BPECI-
riu tv., lit ruin avenne, new xora.
MADAME AUBREY. GREATEST LIVING
clairvoyant in the world; tells past,
. 1 ...M t ..AM V... .11 lit
l nou, Mill .mum UUL.i'i n w J m.i. n ... v
fwlVA nrnmnt atlsntlon. ' Htl4 Ad.nu iTiBUi.
AUDITOR'S REPORT, FOR TAYLOR
BOROUUH, YEAR ENDINU .MAKUrl
J. D. JONES, COLLECTOR.
To amount of duplicate 12.SS0 04
Amount due on duplicate of '94 19 ill
By exonerations $ 21 98
Rebates on tl.62S .'. til "i
Abatements f "0
Dog tax exonerations ti to)
Commission on tl.bl3.7i. ut 2 tier
cent SO 87
Commission on 1761.15, at 5 per cent. 38 K)
Amount paid treasurer 2,31)1 90
Due to Borough iuu ou
W. p. GRIFFITHS, BURGESS.
Amount of licenses 283 38
Fines 155 Ml
$ 438 1
1....$ 442 :
Amount paid treasurer
Due to Burgess I
DR. J. W. HOUSER, TREASURER.
Rulancn on hand March 4, 1S93....I 100 07
From county Treasurer a.altl SU
From Lackawanna Street railway. 725 U0
From J. F. Tubbs, price lire hy
drant returned 4U 00
From High Constuble as proceeds
sale of cow 4 (iO
From Burges 442 38
From tax collector 2,304 91)
By redeeming orders, 1 to S44 inclu
sive (less three outstanding). .. .16,648 i4
By 2 per cent commission on same.. 130 97
Balance, March 4, IM 207 74
EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR,
Dflin Til.' ua tjTMirAIT
Benjamin Llewelyn, Street Com
missioner John P. Griffiths, Street Commis
Mnntml lnhnr 1
Removing dirt opposite W'elsen-
nun s notoi ,
Supplies for road
..$ 131 TO
. 60 00
. ATTORNEYS' FEES.
John M. Harris
1. H. Burns
$ 181 60
BOARD OF HEALTH.
John F. Tubbs. Secretary $ 80 TO
Dr. Weston (services) 69 37
Dr. Houser 40 (3
1 192 75
John H. Evans, Chief ) 90 TO
$ 100 00
Committee Services . .
E. E.' Weston $2100 S 66 S3
H. K. Harrl 31 00 66 33
John R. Price 31 00 66 33
Robert Llnney 21 00 45 00
Thomas M. DuvlB 21 00 4u 00
Caspar Ott 21 00 45 00
John K. Davl 31 00
John F. Tubb 31 00
( lomer Jones 21 00
William Morris 21 00
$ 303 99
$ 250 00
$ 553 99
William P. Orlfflths. Burgess $ 400 00
Ueorge J. Powell, Borough Clerk.. 103 00
A. Ii. Dunning. Surveyor 239 00
Taylor Water company, hydrants
and water rent 400 05
Wood & Co., four hydrants 102 (0
Atherton & Co., one hydrant 40 TO
Rent of jail, etc 78 89
J. Mapleson (as warden) 112 00
Janitress Council rooms. 108 00
Rent, Council rooms 72 00
Oamawell Fire Alarm company... 70 00
High Constable, burying dead anl-
malB 2 20
Auditors 93 00
Electric Light company 18 00
Printing 73 60
Sundries for Borough use 163 01
Redeeming outstanding orderr;.. 89 22
Total Expenses $6,648 74
EVAN O. WATKINS,
TALLIE T. JONES.
Taylor, Pa,, March 29, 1896.
is3-aa4 uca IVE, con 101X1
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGS
lady as housekeeper, nurse or sewing. E.
M Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN.
aged 17, In office or store: csn tarnish
good reference. Address H. J. P., Tribune.
WANTED POSITION AS HOU8EKEEP
er by an American widow; no family
Address HOUSEKEEPER, Tribune office.
A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WOULD LIKE
to get work cleaning houses or scrubbing
offices. Adre HANNAH McCUTCHEON,
SITUATION WANTED BY A MAN AS
O gardener or taking care of horses; has
bad experience. H. MILL, 1351 Washington
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
lady as cashier, or assistant bookkeeper;
has had several years' experience. Address
N., Tribune office.
WANTED-BY A YOUNO MAN, SITUA
tion as cleric In grocery or clothing
store: reference, given. Address D.J. PRICE,
&2 North Hyde Park avenue, city.
WANTED-9ITUATION AS TEAMSTER,
carpenter or work of any kind; can
speak German; references given. Address A.
L. 8 LIFE, m North Hyde Park avenue, city.
7 ANTED WASHING BY A YOUNG
woman. Address 17IKI price street.
SITUATION WANTED IN DRY GOODS
or gents' furnishing store; long experi
ence, end best references, If required. Ad.
dress S. S., Ttlbuns office.
POSITION WAN I ED BY EXPERIENCED
salesmen in either dry goods or olotbing
house; best references. Address C T. Trib
Schedule In Effect May 10, 1893.
Trains Leave Wllkes-Barreas Follows
7.25 a.m., week days, for Sunbury
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a m., week days, for Hazleton.
Poltsville, 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.
0.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
S. M. PREVOST, General Manager.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insur
ing cleanliness ana tuuiiuru
Tt.VIE TABLE IN EFFECT MCH. 15. 1896
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston,
n aA .1 19, A IK II da .
VVIIKes-ouno. ... . D.-w, ja.ov m. 111.,
12.46, 2.00, 3.05, 6.00, 7.10 p. m, Sundays,-9,00
a. m., l.uv, 2.10, i.i p. in.
vnr New York. Newark and Ellxahnth.
8.20 (express) a. m., 12.45 (express with Buf
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express) p. m. Sun
riuv. 216 n. m. Train leaving 12.45 n. m
arrives at Philadelphia, Reading Term
inal, 6.22 p. m. and New York 6.00 p. m.
For Aiaucn -nuur., aueuuwn, uetnie
hem. Easton and Philadelphia, 8.20 a. m..
12.45, 3-05, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
BForaon'g branch, Ocean Qrove, etc., at
g.20 a. m.. is.ia v- .
wnt Reading. Lebanon and Harrlaburr.
via Allen town, 8.20 a. m 12.45. 6.00 p. in
Sunday, it.it p- n.
v Pnttsville. 8.20 a.. 12.46 o. m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m.. 1.10, 1.30. 4.16 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, 4.39 a. m.
Philadelphia. Reading Terminal.
1.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday (.27
''Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may ne naa cn application in ia-
vance to tne ucaei agent at ine station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
Gen. Pass. Agent
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Oen. Supt.
road: vVVkAl July w. ail trains win
VaWfl mTmwtm friim at nw IArka
mm m wanna avenue station
ft '1 rtUliB wisi imvo curtail"
te' do nts at 10. 6 . 8 and lilO
2! m..P12!oO.S 20. i66. fcli. 7.26. 9.10 and
ll.ZO P.. , .-A .i,..4.l.
nt 700. . ahd 'l07o a. m., 12.00, 2.20 and 6.11
p'For Albany. Saratoga, the Adlrondaeks
and Montreal at 6.45 a, m. and 1.20 p. m.
iror Wllkes-Bsrre and Intermediate
FSoj ani 11.88 p. ni7
Trains will arrive at Bcranton station
tromCarbondale and intermediate pe nt.
ti.' tio, 4V64. 6.66, 7.46. 9.U and ll.SJp. iri. '
a?2 ' . . I.' 1 TXT. X c .
view at Ot a. m.. 1100. 1.17, $.40. 6.65 and
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc.,
SI 1H SOU .WJ. n. ... ...
From Wllkes-Bsrre and Intermediate
S.11. e.Mt i.m, " "
Made In many dif
ferent qualities of
cloth at our popular
Hale Oier Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring!
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
Nov. 17. 1896.
Train leaves Scranton for Phlladelohla
and New York via D. H. R, R. at 7.4
a. m., 12.05. 1.20, 188 and 11.38 p. m.. via D.,
L. W. R. R.. 6.00, 8.0s. 11.20 a. m., and Lit
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wilkes
Barre, via D., L. W. R. R., 8.00, 808, 11.28
a. m., 140, 8.07. 8.62 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha.
sleton, Pottsvllle and all points on the
xueaaow ana roiisvuie orancnes,
via D. A H. R. R. at 7.45 a. m 12.05, 1.20.
2.38. 4.00 n. m , via n I. A w n R s ail.
8.08, 11.20 s. m.. 1.30, $.40 p. m.
t, f, ocrsnton tor Betnienem, easton,
Reading, Harrisburg and all Intermediate
P2Anl.,.v'? D. ft H. R. R. 7.46 a. m., 125,
UV1S 4.00, ll.$8 P. rn,, via D.. L. W.
R. R.. t.OO, 8.08, 11.20 a. A., 1.30 p. m
ocranton ior rungnannocK, to
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca. Geneva and all
Intermediate points vlaD H. R. R., I. It
R. R., 8.08, 1.66 a. m., 1.30 p. m.
..Leave Scranton for Rochester. Buffalo.
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all
P.0'"'! V via D & H. R. R 8.45 a. n...
itTtSi S' 1SSJ- m ! vltt D- L- & W. R. R.
and Plttston Junction, 8.08, 9.65 a. m.. 130.
e.oo p. m.
For Elmlra and t west via Salamanca,
via D. A H. R. R 8.45 a. m. 12.06 p. m..
Via r.. L. W. R. R.. 8.08. 8.65 a m.. L30L
ruiman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
Chair cars on all trains bslwcen I.. A B.
Junction or Wllkes-Barre and New York,
rniiaaeipnia. Buffalo, and Suspension
ROLLIN H. WTT.'HTTT. Osn. Sunt.
CHAS. S. juEE, Oen. Pass, Ag t., Phlla, Ps.
. w. INUNNEMACHKK. ASSl. WO.
Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem, Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24, 1896.
m.n I., I ... Ilnwi n . M - - 1 1 . .
fress for New York and all points East.
40. f .en. 15- a GO and S.GB a. nv: 11 SI ami
134 p. m.
express tor easton, -irenion, rnuaaei
phla and the South, 6.15, 100 and 9.65 a. m.,
12.66 and 2.34 p, m.
wasnington ana way stations. 1.53 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, t.10 p. m.
F.inress for Blnchamton. Osweao. El
mlra, Corning, Bath, Dansvllle, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.35 a. m., and
1.21 p. m., making close connections at
Buffalo to all points In the West, North
weni ttnu nimuincBi.
Bath accommodation, s a. m.
Btnghamton and way statlonSi 12.37 p. nv
Nicholson accommodation, 8 p. m.
Btnghamton and Elmlra Express, $.01
Express tor Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego.
Utlca and xtlohfleld St-rings, 2.35 a. m. and
1.24 p. m.
Ithaca Z.3b ana uatn a. m. ana 11 v m.
. . .k..nt.nnla r.A Dltlalnt, TV 1 1 11.
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
VUle. mBKing ciono twimm-uwitn i .-wi -
umberlHiid for Wllllamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate eta
tions, 8.00. 9.65 a. m.' and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations,
$0Sj.nd 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations, 8.40 and 8.52 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
jror aeiaueu iiininiwuwn, vr .
tables, etc., apply to il. L. Smith, city
ticket office, 338 Lackawanna avenue, of
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
' EFFECTIVE MARCH 16, 1896.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
and-lntermedtate points on the-Erie rail
road, also for Honesdale, Hawley nnd
local points at 8.35 a. m. and 3.28 p. m. ana
arrive at Scranton from above poluts at
8.23 a. m. and 3.57 p. m.
ansa imrns niviSION.
In Effect September aqno IStS,
Stations r JP fi
1. ui 1 ml,. JK'
West Vina sireei
War (If 14
Park P ace
8 Willi SI
If 40 (1180
T14: 3 43
6 41111 8
DDI 11 18
T SOKd Bt
T 89, 4 04
i' 1 ni
T 861 4 1
It I OPT
T 44 StJ
All trains run dally exoept Sunday. 1
I sign in ea ttt trains stop on signal for pa
aeoure rites via Ontario a Western before
Circbaaing tickets and save money. Day aai
J. 0. A nderson, Sen. Pass, AgV
T. nitoratt, Dir. Pass, Agt. sereatesFa,
....I e iv ...a
tieavet ir mi
lBtloni I it Mil ..3
.... 9 41 .
see. WOWl till