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SHE FCBANTOT? TRIBUNE -SATUBD AT .' MORNDTQ, JUNE 6, 1896.
OUT OF OFFICE
Coifressaei Marti tad Riaaker Are
Seated la the Houe.
TO PROTECT AMERICAN CITIZENS
Mr. Morgan Talks Upon Uil Rctola
tloa Concerning the American Citi
sea on Trial ia Cnba--The Latter
Part of Hi Speeca Made ia Secret
Washington, June 5. The record
made by the Republican In the Fitly
llrst congress was equalled tot! a, In
one regard, and in another. Speaker
Pro Tern Payne (Rep., N. Y.) estab
lished an entirely new one. As on the
famous occasion in that congress when
two Democrats Venable and Elllotc
were unseated at one session, so today
two Democrats were voted out of their
seats and their places filled by their
opponents at the congressional election
In 18m. As on that occasion also, the
Democrats sought to prevent action,
abandoning their places on the floor, so
as to break a quorum. This was In the
case of Marthl- (Populist) vs. Lockhort
(Democrat) from the Sixth district of
North Carolina, which was discussed
yesterday. Upon a preliminary vote,
the Democrat, after voting, left their
eats, only half a dozen remaining. Sub
sequently, when Mr. Bailey (Dcm.,
Tex.), who was In charge of the minor
ity interests made the point of "No
quorum," pointing to the vacant seats
as evidence of the fact. Speaker fro
Tern Payne overruled the point, holding
that on the last recorded vote more thatf
a quorum had answered to their names
and declined to entertain appeal from
his decision. He declared that the
resolution of the committee, that Martin
was entitled to his seat, had been adopt
ed by the vote of 113 ayes to 5 nays, and
Mr. Martin was sworn in.
RINAKER SEATED. .
This was followed by the considera
tion of the report of elections cemmlttee
No. 1, upon the contest of Hlnaker vs.
Downing from the .Sixteenth Illinois
district, which had been sent back to
the committee for a recount of the bal
lots. Thli recount was completed yes
terday, and today Mr. Moody (Rep.,
Mass.), In charge of the case, reported a
resolution declaring RInaker entitled
to the seat by a plurality of live. Upon
the face of the returns Downing had a
Plurality of forty and received the cer
tificate of election. Mr. Moody stated
that In his opinion Downing was en
titled to retain the seat, but his view of
the law was not accepted by the other
Republican members of the committee
and he frankly confessed that he did not
expect the house to adopt his opinion.
Mr. McMIUin( Dein., Tenn.) unavall
lngly endeavored to secure a postpone
ment, but failed. He did succeed, how
ever, In consequence of a colloquy be
tween himself and General Grosvenor
(Rep., Ohio), in bringing abnut the most
violent and disorderly scene of this
congress, being declared out of order
and compelled to take his seat by the
speaker pro tern. And certain remarks
of his which could not be understood at
the desk in the confusion were ordered
stricken from the record. General
Rlnaker's right to the seat was affirmed
by a vote of 167 to 61 Messrs. Evans
(Ky,). Moody (Mass.) and Sherman
(N. V.) voting with the Democrats In
the negative and he was also sworn
in; This wiped out the Democratic mem
bership in the Illinois delegation, and
reduced the Democratic strength in the
house to 95.
The day began with a two-hour
struggle, over the adoption of a resO'
lutlon introduced by General Grosvenor
(Rep., Ohio), calling upon the heads of
the several executive department for
a statement In detail of all the removals
and changes In their departments since
March 31, 1893. The Democrats en
deavored to have the scope of the re
solution enlarged bo as to Include the
changes made under the Harrison ad
ministration, but failed.
The resolution offered last Tuesday
by Mr. Morgan (Dem., Ala.) requiring
the president of the United States to
communicate to the senate all the facts
and proceedings relative to the trial by
court martial, sentence and imprison
ment of citizens of the United States,
who were captured on board the Amer
ican vessel Competitor, In Cuban wat
ers, was taken up in the Benate today
and it adoption urged by Mr. Morgan.
The resolution omitted the usual
phrase, "If not Incompatible with the
public Interest," and was based upon
section 2.001 of the revised statutes,
which makes it the duty of the presl
dent whenever any citizen of the United
States ha been unjustly deprived of
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ordinarily reach the house.
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reading this advertisement need any one
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For headache (whether sick or nervous).
toothache, neuralgia, rheumatism, lumba
go, pains and weakness In the back, spine
or kidneys, pains around the liver, pleuri
sy, swelling of the joints and pains of
all kinds, the application of Radway's
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and Its continued use for a few day sf-
uci permanent cure.
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A half to a teaspoonfu of Ready Relief
In a half tumbler of water, reoeated as
often as the discharges continue, and a
nannei saturated witn tteady Keller placed
over the stomach and bowels will u fiord
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Internally A half to a teaanoonful In
half tumbler of water will In a few min
ute cure cramps, spasms, sour stomach,
nausea, vomit! nit. heartburn, nervousness,
sleeplessness, sick headache, flatulency
ana internal pains.
rial Ma In Its various form cured and Pre
There Is not a remedial agent In the
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11 other Malarious, Bilious and ether fe
vers, aided by RADWAY'S PILLS, SO
ottlck as RADWAY'S READY RELIEF.
Travelers should always carry a bottle
of Radway's Ready Relief with them. A
few drop in water will prevent sickness or
pain from change of water. It f better
nan s rencn oranoy or outers as stirnu
Miner and lumbermen should always be
provided with It. .
mm ev earn a nnw sraia mj an orug-
Dk Ok Qj
hla liberty by any foreign government
to demand .forthwith the reasons of
such Imprisonment, to demand the re
lease of such citiiea If hi imprison
ment la wrongful; to use such means,
not amounting to acts of war. a he
may think necessary and proper to ef
fectuate the release, and to communi
cate all the facts and proceedings to
congress as soon as practicable.
Mr. Morsran was very emphatic In Ms
views. He considered It absolutely
necessary, before congress adourned, to
aid the president In sending ship of
war to Cuba to secure the release ot
those American prisoners. He wa so
earnest in this and other declarations
of like character and the matter Itself
was such a serious International one
that Mr. Sherman (Rep.. O.). chairman
of the committee on foreign relations,
suggested that the debate should not
be continued In open session. The g-u-leries
were accordingly cleared, the
doors closed, and Mr. Morgan finished
his speech In secret session.
He spoke until the morning hour ex
pired, and then, under the rules, the
resolution went to the calendar, from
which it cannot be taken without a ma
jority vote of the senate.
The proposed constitutional amend
ment to have United States senator
elected by the people instead of by state
legislatures was taken up informally.
and discussed by Senators Mltchtll
(Rep., Ore.), Perkins (Rep., Cal.) and
Palmer (Dem., 111.) In favor, and Haw
ley (Rep., Conn.) and Chandler (Rep.,
N. II ) in opposition.
A joint resolution for final adjourn
ment on Monday next at 2 p. m. was
offered by Mr. Aldrich (Rep., R. I.) and
was referred to the committee on ap
propriations, after adverse remarks by
Senators Allison (Rep., Ia.), George
(Dem., Miss.) and Warren (Rep., Wyo.)
TREASURY STATISTICS. The total
receipts of the government during May
were MMl'tf, which is the lowest month
ly return for a year, excepting tho re
ceipts for the preceding month, April. The
decline reflects the falling on in trade In
this country, and the late decrease In Im
portations, England, France and Germa
ny having exhausted tins country, ine
tariff of lSl'l hus now keen in force for
twenty-cne months. There has been a de
ficit In the treasury receipts in eighteen t
thede months, and the receipts of tno
treasury were at tho lowest point dur
ing the last two months. Tho following
shows the receipts and expenditures by
months since the tariff of 1WI went Into
1834. Receipts. Expenditures.
September' $22,1121,233 830,323,0W
October 19,139.240 32,713,0.!!)
November 19.111,403 a,477,WJ
December 21,306,1311 27,135,4tH
January 27,304,399 34,523,447
February 22,SS8,057 jG.rati.iao
March 2i,4W,57S Mi,w(
April 24,247.838 & ' .t7fl
May 25,272.83' 28,558,213
June 25,615.477 21.tW3.029
July 29,(K9,6W 88,54S,(KJ
August 28,952,l0 S2.uta.lSl
September 27,54!l,078 24,32.,-lSl
October 27,901,748 4,6H3,42j
November 25,96,503 27,199,283
December 26,288.937 25,814,317
January 29,207.070 32,694.831)
February .'W.059.228 26,749.95'J
March 26,041,148 27,344,000
April 24.2S2.S9J 28,725,38
May 24,643,717 28,426.592
The deficit In May according to the above
corrected and final figures was 13,772.073.
The deficit since the tariff went Into oper
ation Is $84,383,252. The total receipts of
the treasury during this fiscal year, wnicn
ends June, 30th Instant, have been 3299,536.
450, and the expenditures have been 1328,
786,680. The dollclt for the fiscal year May
31 is ?20,H81,S74. Treasury officials esti
mate the deficit at the end of the year at
Fomethlnc les slhan this, but the real de
ficit is likely to be much greater. Phila
II II II
CURRENCY FIGURES. The contrac
tion of the currency goes on. During May
It amounted to $18,400,000. The heaviest
falling off was In greenbacks $11,796,62.
This contraction of the currency of Itself,
without any other cause whatever, pre
vents any revival In business and If kept
up long enough will bring about a .panic.
The total amount of circulating medium
In the hands of the people on June 1 was
$1,621,584,283. On Feb. 1 the amount of
money in the hands of the people was
$1,589,720,607, so the contraction of the cur
rency during the last four montns nas
been 468,000,000. The following table shows
the mount of money In circulation that Is
In the hand of the people on June 1, and
the total stock money in the country on
Coined or In clrcu
Gold Coin $374,520,722 $455,876,439
lnrs 429,289,916 02,717,417
Subsidiary silver., 76,994.051 61,86,627
Gold certificates... 43,649,189 42,961.909
Silver certificate. 346,942.504 338.313.0WJ
notes 131.3S5.280 OT.OW.D'W
United States notes 316,081,016 225,562,753
cates 83,670,000 M.MU.IIW
National bank notes 225,287,933 215,283,550
Totals $2,208,420,623 11,521,584,283
The- per capita money circulation on June
1 Is estimated at $21.35 as compared with
$22,96 In 1893 and $21.44 in 1892. National
bank circulation lnerensed $1,089,003 during
May, and the total Is now $225,209,348. The
Increase in national bank circulation diir.
lnir the past year has been $20,246,261. The
mints during May coined $2,800,000 gold,
snnreelv enough to supply a week's ex
ports. The public debt Increased $3,188,730
In May. The Interest-bearing debt Is
$845,488,590; debt on which Interest nas
ceased since maturity. $1,645,970.26: debt
bearing no interst, $3.73,533.030.64. Total,
$1,220,669,610.90. Philadelphia Press.
Frank C. Drlggs proves to be the fish
erman of the season so far, as he caught
eighteen large bass a few days ago.
Philander Bell I Is able to take a
drive every day.
Miss Genevieve Bacon visited the
Electric City yesterday.
Miss Una Titus is home after a few
weeks' visit with friend in Wilkes
Mrs. Joe Harding and Mrs. Madison
Harding visited Scranton on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlker were call
ers in town yesterday.
If many of the city people could know
of the beauties of Nicholson they would
not travel hundreds of mile away to
seek a summer resort elsewhere.
Mrs. Pethroe and daughter, of the
West End, left yestreday to visit rela
tlves in Wales.
The employes of the Grassy Island
Delaware and Hudson colliery were
The three committees of the Method
ist, Presbyterian and Baptist Sunday
schols met last Thursday evening and
decided to have their third union ex
cursion to Lake Ariel.
Lost Since last Tuesday, a black cow
with it whjte ring around her body. A
liberal reward wilt be paid by notifying
the owner, , William Warfleld, Main
Family wines that rival the world In ex
cellence are from Sneer's Passaic, N, J.,
Vineyards. The Cluret, vlntnffo 1881, tn
Burgundy ami Fort are very old superior
wines. th fort is especially ror invanua,
ina tumu ttranuy is very superior.
The Recent Trinaphs of Miss Sadie
Kalterla Concert Work.
SUMMER SEASON OP COMIC OPERA
Tat) Wilbur Opera Company Will
Open at the Frothingham oa Mob.
day Evenings-Changes in Church
Choir Directors and Singers.
Recent reports from London concern
ing the successes of Miss Sadie Kaiser,
The Tribune's well-known correspond
ent, are very gratifying not only to her
many personal friends, but to readers
of The Tribune who have admired her
charming London letters, which have
from time to time appeared In our col
umns. Miss Kaiser recently had the
honor of being chosen .soprano soloist
for a grand public concert given by the
Royal Academy member at the Imperi
al Institute, the home of the finest so
ciety In England, and of which the
Prince of Wale is the president, and
other personages of the royal family
are members. She rendered solos in the
choral work by Spohr, "The Eatth Is
the Lord's," and also was soloist of
honor among the vocalists, performing
the waits song from "Romeo and
Juliet," with great success. Of Miss
Kaiser's efforts the Army and Navy Ga
zette, London, speaks as follows in its
musical column: "Miss Sadie Kalner
has a great career before her. Her clear
voice was heard to great advantage In
the solos of "The Earth Is the Lord's,'
for solo and chorus, and she showed
herself also to be thoroughly en rapport
with the broad and florid Italian operat
ic style in the wait song from 'Romeo
and Juliet,' which was the great bucoss
cf the evening;, and which has net been
sung so well here since Its performance
by Mine. Mcl'oa last season." At a re
cent engagement at Queen's hall Miss
Kaiser pleased a most critical and ex
acting audience and won words of
praise from old Joseph Bennett In his
critique In the London Telegraph. The
London Muulcal Courier speaks of thl3
performance as follows: "Miss Sadlo
Kaiser, who was the vocalist, used her
pleasing: soprano voice to great advant
age In Bemberg's 'Nymphs and Sylvl
ans.' Although she did not comply with
the demands of the audience for an en
core after her first contribution, Bhe fa
vored them with a repetition of a pnrt
of the second song, which was aleo
much appreciated." The Lady's Pic
torial, one of the most fashionable la
dies' papers in London, in referring to
the above concert, says: "The vocalist
of the occasion was Miss Sadie Kaiser,
who, to a bright and telling organ,
brings the sunshine of Intelligence. We
wish that more English singers sang
their French and German with so much
of adaptability as well as ability." Miss
Kaiser expects to return to America
next winter and engage in church, con
cert and oratorio work, when her many
admirers will no doubt have an oppor
tunity to note the progress she has made
while studying abroad.
A great musical and humorous event
will be the engagement at the Froth
Ingham next week of the favorite and
ever popular Wilbur Opera company.
For years our theater-goers have come
to look for the annual engagement of
the Wilburs as something not to be
overlooked, and judging from the many
inquiries received by the manager as to
the repertoire and sale of seats, this
season will be no excptlon. The com
pany is very little changed from last
year, but the productions are In every
way bigger and more complete. Man
ager Wilbur ha brightened up 'ind
added to his already enormous assort
ment of costumes, until nowthe unparal
leled number of 170 trunk are used to
convey the monster wardrobe from
town to town. acn opera now nas its
own separate costumes, and no dress u
worn In two different productions. Tho
living pictures which were acknowl
edged last year to be the finest on the
road, are produced now on a scale of
magnificence far In excess of a year
.ago. Manager Wilbur has at great ex
pense secured a new and superb lighting
apparatus by which the picture are
made to appear more realistic than be
fore, and the reliefs and posturing nre
brought out In a manner hitherto
deemed impossible. Mr. Wilbur has
also secured some of the original models
which were used by Herr Kilanyl when
the pictures were first put on at Vien
na, which are said to be the best in their
line, A number of American managers
were after these girls, but Wilbur, with
his well-known business energy, man
aged to carry away the coveted prize,
and the models will be seen here with
the Wilbur company and no one else.
While all the favorite comic operas in
which this company has been seen here
during the past visits have been re
tained in the repertoire and will be seen
here during th coming engagement, Mr.
Wilbur has this season delved Into the
recesses of the past, and revived some
of the lyric gems of long ago, wht-.-h
will never grow old, and whose beauti
ful melodies are even more welcome
today than when they were first new.
The list of revivals includes "Marlta
na," "Martha," "Fra Dlavolo," "Bo
hemian Girl," and others, with whom
our fathers and grandfather were as
familiar, and which we are Just as fond
of as they. Some of the old operas will
be Interspersed with the newer and
lighter variety during the week, as will
be noticed by the following engage
ment. Prices, night, 15 to 60 cents;
matinee, 23 cents all parts of house.
Musical Director Charles F. WhUte
more, who for the past year has had
charge of the music at the Green Rldijo
Presbyterian church and at the Penn
Avenue Baptist church, has resigned his
position at Green Ridge In order to de
vote more time to the Penn avet.uo
choir. He will be succeeded at Gn-en
Ridge church by his brother, O. Fred
Whlttemore, who will take charge of
the choir tomorrow. Miss Plchcl, 4he
soprano at Green Ridge church, will
also retire and will be succeeded by Mlas
IjuBoIs, who will be soloist for the com
ing year. Miss Plchel has been one of
tho most faithful workers in the Green
Ridge choir, and has won many laurels
by her excellent work the past year.
Director Reeve Jones Is giving excel
lent satisfaction at the First Ptesby
terlan church, and the mualc Is Improv
ing under his leadership each Sunday.
A ladles' quartette will be among the
special features at the First Presby
terian church tomorrow. On this occa
sion an anthem by Dudley Duck will
also bo on the programme.' On Juno ,1J
tho choir wl!l sing under the direction
,of Mr Jones at an entertainment given
by Mrs. James Archbuld at her resi
dence on Jefferson avenue.
Learning teaches how to carry1 thing In
suspense without ' prejudice till you re
BETTER BUSINESS AHEAD.
More Active Trade May Be Expected
Following the Conventions II Snffi
cUccy of Crops Is Assared.
New York, June (. R. O. Dun
Co. will say tomorrow in their week
ly Review of Trade:
Failures for the week were 234 in tho
United States against 195 last year and
29 In Canada against 25 last year.
It is highly suggestive that, with as
little help as there Is now from new
business markets are so nearly main
tained, the opinion gains ground that
more active business Is to be expected
after the conventions have been held
and the safety and sufficiency of crops
have been assured.
Decline in wheat and cotton has help
ed marketing In the surplus, so that
exports have been more liberal. Esti
mates entitled to most confidence point
to a probable yield of 500,000,000 bushels
wheat, which with the stock carried
over will clear away all danger of op
pressive charges fur LreadstufTs at the
same time giving producers a fair re
turn. Estimates of cotton average by
best authorities indicate a crop of ten
million bales. If weather Is favorable,
and the surplus from past crops Is cer
tain with only a fair yield to be large
enough to prevent any harmful rise, a
a yield exceeding the maximum world's
consumption of American would prob
ably c&use some decline. The move
ment of cattle at the west Is very heavy,
at Chicago ten per cent, greater than
last year thus far, and lard makes a
new low record, with enormous stocks
The boot and shoe Industry is still
the most active. The hardest problem
of the day Is whether Iron and steel
prices can be maintained, as they have
been during the past week. The nail
associations have failed thus far to
win over competitors who undersell
them, and are able to manufacture 75,0.0
kegs gainst every 100,000 by concerns
In the combination, the bar association
asks for iron more than the selling
price of steel bars. Open hearth billets
ore more freely sold at Pittsburg; be
low the price asked for bessemer, and
middle men are still selling bessemer
billets about $1 below the price fixed
by the pool. Naturally tho doubt re
garding maintenance of prices greatly
check the demand for the present, but
belief that a much larger demand is
certain, and will not long, be delayed,
la the one thing which prevents con
WANT3 OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A ROOK ACCOUNT
IS MADR. NO CHARON WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS Rt'LB AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS., EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
made 84 tint day; 127 first week: In ona
month $117 mad plating watch, jewelry
tableware, with told, silver, nickel anil whito
metal; sot my pWtar of Orur St (V).. Dopt. A,
Cniumbas. O. They oKo rel'ablo. do tho llt
in aud teach their ogeats: others can do
suir.e. J. BERN.
QALKBMAN-TRADB BOOK AND DE
Ci psrtment stores, alio for mercantile pre
tninut trades; biff indncemouts and llhrra
treatment 8. R CO.. 7 K. 10th at.. Kw York
TIT" ANTED SALESMAN; SALARY FROM
Blurt; permanent pluce. BKOWN
DItOS. CO., Nursryinen, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED AN AGENT IN EVERY SEC
tlon tocanvaas; H00to"00ady made:
aells at aicht; aleoa man to sU staple Oooda
to dealers; beat aide line j'YOO month; aal.
ary or large rnuimlMion made; experience
nmieceawry. Clifton boap and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
everv town to aolldt atook anhaAPid
tloni; a monopoly: big money for agent; no
capital required. EDWARD U. FISH CO.,
Borden Block, Chtoaoa III.
Help Wanted Females.
hntwsworlr. Apply at Green Ridga
House, KM Dickwn avenue.
LADIES-I MAKE BIO WAGES DOING
pltasant heme work, and will gladly send
full particulars to all tending 2 cent stamp.
llisS M. A. STEBBINS, Lawrence, Mich.
WANTED I.ADY AGENT IN SCRAN
ton to sell and Introduce Snyder' cake
icing; experienced canvauer preferred; work
rormntieiit and very profitable. Write tor
rarticulnr at once ami get benefit of holiday
trade. T. H. SNYDER A CO., Cincinnati, O
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENEB
retto naleawomen to ropri'ant u
Guaranteed $11 a dny without interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Write
for particulars. Inclosing stamp, Manco Chem
ical Company, No. 72 John etreet. New York.
WE DON'T WANT BOYS OR LOAFERS,
but men of ability; $i03or?u0la month
to hustler: stato and tceneral agents; salary
and rnraml slon. RACINE FIR1C ENGINE
CO., tiaoine. Wis.
TANTED SALESMAN ; SALARY FROM
T atari; permanent pli're. BROWN
B'tO1, :0. Nurseryman, Kooncater. N. V.
AGENT WANTED TO SELL CIGARS;
$75 per month salary and oxiienaa paid.
Addles, with two-cent stamp, FIGARO Ci
GAH CO.. rtiicaw
AUKK1D-TU BELL OUR PRACTICAL
-I.V goid, sIKer, nickel and coppi-r electro
plxteiiu-pricu from S3 upward; aalary and ex-
i;rncs i.h a; omnt nee. Aimress, witn stump.
iAS Mm CO.. CMcaito,
GENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS';
-'X S- eeklv and expense; experience un
nerONMry. I ONSOMUATLU MFG. CO., ti
Van Buiei at.. C'lrcnvrr). '
CALE8MAN T' CAKRY SIDE LINE: 2'i
O per coat, cnimnisiinn; sample lioo
ipr.i'.vtUree. AGdlcsa L. N'. CO., SLatio i L,
AT rcn-GKNT8 AFPO1NTT0D TO
eell new lihtnin? selliucMnblo cloth.mw.
qiilto hikI lionse l!y liquid ot 111 cents and !5
0MN n bo tie. Kmiiplo Ire.'. E01.GIAMJ
.M'F'U Co.. Baltimore. JJd.
A GCN'Th- HIS DE'ei" PATKNTl7NIVE
ii Hair (u)W and Waver fns.'d wit'i
cut heat). n:l "Pyr rolnted"Hair Pius. Ltd
oral cumui fastens. Free sainnlo nod full par
ticiara. Adrtrenj p. . Isox 5rt. New York.
Furnished Rooms fcr Rent.
t'UTJMSHED ROOM WITHUSEOFOAS.
I hot "nil mid l ath. Bit tin mid rt atliui'
rooms. 'Jlti l.nekawnmm uvenua.
. , IV) cunt Pocano, fa.
V ITCATED I 'VKH 2 IHKI FEET ABOVE THE
k sns level, witli briciui; crisp air and uo
irtilariii: crnpl tnly tui nM'cd cottage to lot,
with ona ilonlOf, two Mil do held and two
cots; olnopnn-'! iom-munll. bur cov: rent
forioasm, SITolKI, Atldivsi C. TIEI.EN1U&,
Mount l'ocouo, Monroe coliuuty, Pa.
T AUREL HILL PARK VAN BE RENTED
I J by Sun lay sellout, churches, anciotles,
etc., for picnics tlinmi.'hont the stiuimur. For
p .tes. etn.; apply to LAYMAN Al'LAUOH
l.IN, at tho park.
M11E SOI D1ER IN t)UH CIVIL WAK."
1 Yon want this relic. Contain all of
frank Leslie's fmnoiiKold War Plcturi,show
tug tl.e foioo 'n autnnlbtttle, akntoiied on ta
spot, '1 wn volume, !MiU pictures, sold on
iiisy monthly piivmonti, Delivered by ex
frees complete, all ol'arve prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, ei Adam Ave., Sorautou, Pa,
rOF THE SEASON.
. : -1 ! ?
It's a Black, Brocaded India, 24 inches vide, an excellent quality, the regular price of which
is from 75 cents to $1.00 a yard.
SPECIAL, 50c. A YARD.
- 10 STYLES TO SELECT FROM.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
D1 R PEB MONTH WILL KENT A HOUSE
vl contain. ng 8 rooms, hot sod cold
water, bath tub. and a large well ventilated
cllar Aprly u '11103. D. WILLIAMS, 1M
FOURKCOJJL. H3 Olive street, arranged
tor ltpht housekeeping; newly painted
FOR BENT HALF OF DOUBLE HOUSE;
modern improvements; runt reasonable;
comer ot Pine and Biakely atreeta, Dunmore.
blooded Polntor papa at the Phoenix
House, Lackawanna avenue.
FOR SALE NEARLY TEN ACRES OF
good tillable land; good bona, tarn, fruit
trees, eta; near Scranton. Will pay you to
writ or cati. jvi v.pouio avenue.
OR 8AL8-A LARGE LINE OF NEW
bureles. surrlea. olwetou aDeedlnsr bug
alea, fitore wagnna. lumber wairoua: all mv
own make, at M. T. KELLER S, Sit Adam
FOR SALE THE LATEST UP TO DATE
wheels. Adlake. Davton. Trl bone. Trail. ,r.
Bilver Queen. Pennant. Davton and Tribune
tandems, at II. T. KELLER'S New Bioycl.
FOR BALE DOUBLE HOUSE AND LOT
on Deacon atreet: also lot jOilWou West
C'onrt street. Inquire of GEO. F. KELLOW,
Aldorman, 1004 West Lackawanna avonue.
FOR SALE A SILVER-PLATED CONN
double b-11 enDhonium. nicelv engraved
with trombone bell gold lined; nearly new
and coat (IK); will sell at a btirirain. Address
this week to E. W. GAYLORD, LeRaysville.
l?OR SALE OK KENT-SIX-ROOMED UOT-
i. tarn, Wyoming Camp Ground; partly
furniabed. W. U. HAZLETT. bcrantonT
FOR SALE-HORSE AO ED SIX YEARS,
welirht 1.CO0 Bounds: can b. aaen at 1021
FOR SALE - MY COTTAGE AT ELM
hurst and the four lota rn which II
atanda: also the four lota adjoining; moat de
sirable location in Elmburst; prices reasona
ble: terms easy: pom.aslon given at once. C.
P. KINGHDURV. Commonwealth Building,
Dissolution of Corporation.
fyo all vraoMvr'ULcosvKRS
X Take notice, that 'The Scranton Supply
and Machinery Company," an incorporation
of the Commonwealth of rennsylvanta-formed
for the manufacture and sale of mining ma
chinery and supplies, will present its petition
to tho Judges of the Court of Common Plea
ot Lackawanna county. Pa., on the 17th day of
Jaae, 16ID, praying the aaid court to make sad
enter a decree for the dissolution of aaid cor
poration, as authorized by Act of Assembly in
such cases made and provided. '
WATUON & DIEHL,
Solicitors for "The Scranton Supply and
OOfl TO $1(K) INVESTED BY OUR J1ETH
OaU od of Turf Speculation will yi-ld yon
good returns; our srstam is safest and beat:
our beok on "Successful Tnrf Speculation"
mailed fre. MORRIS A CO.. 112 Dearborn
Horses for Sale.
I WILL SELL TWO DRIVING MARES,
one sorrel and on. brown, right, for want
of use; can be seen at my barn, rear of 831
Monroe avenue. F. H. CI.EMON8.
MADAME AUBREY. GREATEST LIVING
clairvoyant iu the world: tells past,
present and future, fttlt Adams avenue.
tJITUATION WANTED EXPERIENCED
O bookkeeper, disengaged two days por
week, would undertake tile keeping of small
set or complicated books Address, J. H. J.,
Tribune offl e.
SITUATION WANTED BY A MIDDLE
aged man as gardener or groom; city or
country; iood references, Address ALEX
ANDER M' MULLEN, Tribuna office.
ANTED-WASHINGB AT 151 S. Sumner
CITUATION WNTED-TO TAKE HOME
O washings. Call or address A. B., 334 Sum
ner avenue, Hydo Park.
SITUATION WANTED BV A MIDDLE
O n-d Ivly as flr.t-oliiBa ook. Address L.
V 1 1311 Tliotn iisoti street. S'sranton, Pa.
CITUATION WANTED-W1DOW WANTS
O work. Walili g. honnwork by day or
rleanluu and c ing tor offices. Wusbiiiit and
irtinimt dono at hnme. Call or atldross MRS.
KATE HUAME, IM Cedar a von no.
MIDDLE-AGED ASIEItlCAN WISHES A
position as innnaiter of n flrst-clHss farm
or rciutry pl'n-e: Imi I'.iut large expedience;
satisfactory reference. Addrosa M. Y.,
OITUATION WANTF.D-BY A YOUNG
i 1 l.-vlv ns bookkeeper or office assistant:
thoroughly nnd"rtnds book keeping, quick
mid n'rurntear llh'tin s, writcsa splcudid bu-iip-SH
haud: w"tit oltlou at oip-o. Acklie.'-s
TRUSTWORTHY, 6a Sumner avenue, o.ty,
"cnuvnoN wanted - a . widow
O wnnta work cl'-nnintr oflflcus or env re
rctHble work. Address F. A., Tribuue
C 11 CATION WANTED IlY AW KXPEKI-
euced housekeeper for a gentleman: must
le in Kod ttucdiitf. Addrts.4 MISS LAW,
C1TUATIOH WAN 1 ED - TO OO OUT
noKliiitg; wasHiuts talon homo also. Cn'l
or nddrtss L. B., M N. bumner avenue, Hyde
XrAT2D - POSITION AH COLLIERY
t V clerk bv youau innn 20 vnars ol 1: eight
year' rxperlHtieH at pay roll and oojl otnee
work; ciin uli tnloprnph: pom! reoonmieii'ia
ton nml t' e l'st of r.'luruncea, AdercssB.,
IN& Muilerry street, city.
CITUATION WANTED-BY A MIDDLE.
Ci ii(f"i silicic niHii; good huetler, rn d K.ir
dencr. (toed milker. Addrexs Mc iS) Spruce
QITUA'IION WANTEDBY YoUNU MAN.
O experience in grocery; speaks Lithuanian,
Polts.i and Hungarian. Address 0. U. C 31A
Vf ANTED POSITION AS BARTENDER
or restnurant a ok. by young man 2
yaar old; tight years' ex oer tones; comes reo
cmTTiilrd, Adores-.!1. W. B.. THlnine ofMco.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNO
lady; tborouhly understands bookkerp
or wo Id accent a pcsttlon as clerk rn store.
Addrtas COMPETENT, 6-3 Sumner v olty.
6024M UCM. Nt, CM. IDAM
PROPOSALS WILL BR RECEIVED BY
tne nndersiened until Yi o'clock boos
Monday. June 1, 1HIM, for driving a rock tun
nel at Lra, Pa., from the "Res" to the "Red
Ash" veins of coal, a dlstaac. of about on.
hundred (100) feet more or la Th. under
aimed company will tarnish "air compressor"
team, machines ai d diilla. Proposals must
stat. price per lineal foot or yard. Speclfl op
tions ran be Men at the company's olUc. Tb.
company reserve, the right to accept or re
ject auy or ail bids. For further information
apply r writ, to Thomas W. Morgan, inaid.
foreman. AddreM all prnamsJ to th. MelvilU
Coal, Co., Lee, Pennsylvania.
MELVILLE COAL CO,
stockholder of The Economy Light.
Heat and Power Company for tb. election of
nOlcersaud such otber bualnem as may be
brought beforo the meeting, will h. bald at
the company'. othVe, Room 84. Republln
Buildiov. Scranton, Pa., Monday, Jun. 22, 1890,
JOHN T. PORTER, Seoretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF 8TOCK
holders of Th. Wyoming Shovel Works,
for the .lection of officers and th. considera
tion of such other business a may be brought
before them, will be held at th. offlca of tb.
company in Sortaton, oa Saturday, th. SUth
day of June, IMA, between th. hoar, of 10uS
11 o'olock a- m.
N. O. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
fAOIBIt Chichester Eftfjltl I
a ftHatnool BrtllA. SIS th. B.St
id PsMyroyal FW
IISMllm, " IUIM
Schedule In Effect May ip, H9J.
Trains Leave Wilkei-Bsrrea Follows
7.2S a. m., week days, for Sunbury
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week day, for Hazleton.
Pottsville, Reading, Norristown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.17 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
4.40 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg; and the West.
6.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pass. Agent
S. AU PBEVObT, General Manager.
Central Railroad ot New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MCH. IS, ISM.
Train leav. Scranton for Plttston,
Wllkes-Barre, etc at 6.21). 9.16, 11.10 a. m
12.45, 2.00, 3.06, 6.00, 7.10 p. in. Sunday, 0,08
a. m 1.00, 2.16. 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a. m.
For New York. Newark and Elizabeth,
S.20 (express) u. m.. ViAi (express with Buf
fet parlor car), J.OS (express) p. m. Sun
day, 2.16 p. m. Train leaving 12.46 p. m.
arrlv.e at Philadelphia. Reading Term
inal, 6.22 p. m. and New York 8.00 p. m.
For Mauch Chunk. Allentown. Bethle
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8.20 a. m..
32.4u. J 06, 6.00 (except Philadelphia) p. ml
Sunday. 2.16 p. m.
For Long Branch. Ocean Grove, te at
8.20 a. m., 12.45 p. m.
For Readlntr. Lebanon and Harrisburg.
via Allentown, 8.20 a, in., 12.4a. 6.00 p. m
Bunday, 2.16 p. m.
For rottsvllle. 8.20 a., 11.45 p. nt.
Returning, leav. New York, foot of Lib
erty tr.iet. North River, at J.io (exnress)
a. m., 1.10. 1.2. 4.16 (express with Bullet
parlor car) p. m. Bunday. 4.80 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
00 a. m.. t!'J and 4.S0 p. m. Sunday 6.21
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates jrny be had en application In ad
vance to the ticket a pent at the station.
II. P. BALDWIN.
Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. H. OLHAUSEN. On. Supt.
On Monday, May 18,
trains will leave Scran
ton us followu:
For Carbondale S.4S,
7.66. 8.P5, 10.16 a. m.; 11.00
noon: 1.21. 2.2!), 8.62, 6.25.
C.23, 7.67, 8.10, 10.80, 11.66
Fcr Albany, Sarntopa, Montreal, Boi
ton, New England points, etc. 6.46 a. in.;
2.20 p. m.
For Honesdale 8.43, 8.63, 10.16 a. m.; 1sT.no
noon; 2.20, 6.25 p. nt.
For Wllkos-Batre-0.45, 7.46, 8.46, 8.38, 10.43
n. m.; 12.05, 1.20, 2.30, 3.33, 4.41, 8.00, 7.60, 8.60,
11.38 p. m. ' -
For Now York, Philadelphia, etc, via
Lehigh Valley rallroad-8.45, 7.45 a. m.;
12.05, 2.30, 4.41 (with Black Diamond ex.
press) p. m.
For Pennsylvania railroad points 0.43,
8.8S a. m.! 2.89, 4.41 p. m.
For western point, via Lehigh Vallley
ratlroad-7.45 a. m.; 12.06, 8.88 (with Black
Dlnmond express), 8.60, 11.88 p. m,
Train will arrive Scranton a follows:
From Carbondale and th. north 4.40,
7.40, 8.40, 8.84, 10.40 fl. m.i 12.00 noon; 1.04,
2.27, 3.23, 4.37, 6.46, 7.46, 8.45, 11.88 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barre and th. south 6.40.
160, 8.60, 10.10, 11.66 a. m.i 1.18, .14, 148, 5.23,
(.Si! 7.63, 8.08. 8.46, U.&l p. m.
ft . -t! V-
Hale Over Mattresses,
Mate and Repair Spring
Sell Iron Beds, v
Hake Fine Hattressei
May 17, 188S. ' U- ;
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia
and New York via D. It H. R. R. at 8.16,
7.45 a. m , 11.05, 1.10, I.So, 4.41 (Black Dia
mond Express) and 11.88 p. m., via D., L.
a W, R, R 8.00, 8.03. U.2v a. m., and L5t
Leav. Scranton for Plttston and Wilkes
Barre, via D., UtW.a R.. 6.00, 8.08. at
a. m., 1.56, 8.40, 8.00. 8.47 p. m. .
Leav. Scranton for Whit. Haven; Ha
sleton, Pottsvlll and all point on th
Beaver Meadow and Pottsvlll. branches.
Via D. H. R. R. at 6.45, t.44 a. m 12.0a,
1.20. 1.30. 4.41 p. m.. vis V., L i W. R. R.
6.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. m., 12.20, 1 8.40 p. m.
Leav. Scranton for Bethlehem, Boston,
Reading, Harrisburg and all Intermediate
point, via D. H. R. R. 8.46, 7.48 a. m.,
12.05. 1.20, 2.80, 4.41 (Black Diamond Ex
press), 11.38 p. m., via D L. 4 W. R. IL,
8.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. m., 11.20, 1.66, 8.40 p. m.
Leav. Scranton for Tunkhannock, To
wand. Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
intermlate point, via D. H. R. R., 8.4S
a. ra 12.05, 1.20, 11.86 p. m., via D L. W.
It. R 8.08, 8.66 a. m 12.20 p. m. -
Leave Scranton for Rochester. Buffalo,
Niagara Fall. Detroit, Chicago end all
point wait, via D. H. R. R., 8.46 a. m.,
12.06 1.20, 3.83 (Blaok Diamond Express).
8.60, 11.38 p. m.. via D., L. at W. R. R. and 1
Plttston Junction, 8.08, 8.65 a. m., 12.20, 3.47
For Elmlra am! the west, via Salamanca,
via D. at H. R. R 8.46 a. m.. Hot p, m
via D., L. 4k W. R. R,,.8.0i, 8.5i a, 4Ti3? 2V
1.40 p. m. .
ruiman parlor ana ieeming or Jj. v.
chair cars on all trains between L. 4s B.
Junction or Wilkea-Barre and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suapensioa
' ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Oen. Bunt.
CHA8. S. LEE, Oen. Pas. Agt. PhlU., Pa.
A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Oen,
ras. Agt., south Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Office, 809 Lackawanna ar.au..
De'. Lack, and Western.
V.ttmM Mnnitatf .TnnA 1 1BOA
Train leav. Scranton a follows- Ex.
pre for New York and all point Bail I
1.40, 2.60. .15, 8.00 and 9.5S a. m.; 1.10 aal
3.88 D. m. ' I
Express for Easton. Trenton. PhlUJel-l
phla and th. South, 6.15, 8.00 and 85 a. m.;
i.iu ana 9.90 p. m.
Washington and way station, 4.00 p. m.'
Tobyhanna accommodation, 8.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton, Osw.go!-.j;l-mlra.
Corning, Bath, Dansvllle, Mount
Morrl and Buffalo, 12.20, 135 a. tn., and '
1.48 p. m., making close connection' at
Buffalo to all point in th. Wt, North
west and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 9.16 a, r?. 1 '
Blnghamton and way stations, 1,00 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 4.00 and 1.10
Phln'ghamton and Elmlra exprei 6.55 p. ra.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oiw.go,
Utica and Richnald Springs, 2.86 a. m., and
1.49 p. m.
Ithaca 2.33 and Bath 9.16 a. m. and 1.4
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wllkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
ville, making close connections at North
umberland and WUUamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and th. South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, 6.00, 9.55 a. m. and 1.65 and 6.00 p. m.
Kantlcolte and Intermediate stations,
8.08 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations, 3.40 and 8.47 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coache on
all express train.
For detailed Information, p.eket time
table, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
Effective May 26.
Train leave Scranton for New York,
Newburgh and intermediate point on
7.06 and 8.45 a. m. and 2.28 p. m., and ar
rive irom aoove points at iv.to a. ui.
118 and 9.38 p. m.
Ah additional train leave Scranton for
Lake Ariel at 6.15 p. m., returning arrive
at Scranton at 7.42 and 8.18 a. m.
Ill Effect iay mill. 1888.
it at (Train Dally, Bx
" 13 5 1 ceat funday.)
p suAnive Lesvi
1 9vn Y Franklin s:
T in west sireeu
7 ool n'eehawken
p aiArrlve Leavel
1 i5jHancock Junclloni
7 ! SIM
U aitssve Arrlvw
All trains run dally exeent Btsndav.
f. tigainesUstuaiMstopoBSttaal for at.
"fcire rates via Ontario Western before
8iirchn.-log tb'ksts and sav money. Say and
rant K. press to the west.
J. 0. A ndorsMii Oen, Pass, ASi
T, Flltsrott, l)iv, rats, Agt. Scrmwa, s'a,
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