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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 15, 189C. .
124-128 Wyoming Avs.
We are offering the
greatest values in every
department that have
ever been before the pub
lic. We will not quote
prices, but if you wish to
realize that one dollar
will go as far as two in
ouj.k;jg the c oi.oxkl.
They Missed it the First Time, but
Mere Vt illius to Try Aguiu.
From the Detroit F'roe Pret:3.
Thorp wasn't uny particular excite-mi-nt
over theliunirlnfrof the man point
ed out nnd niips-'ed at ! Bend as the
t'hnp who stole n puck mule from Col.
White's ramp, over on Fish Ktver. One
of White's men, who was ovoi after
bucoti, liajiiHr-ned to meet the stranger
and he went to Jim Kedfern, president
of the Vigilance committee, and said:
"Jim, Is It a Rood day fur a rm.iisln'7"
"Wall, tolerably fa'i," replied Jim.
"The cub who stole our pack mewl is
down in the tin-front saloon."
"1 see. Ami you want him hung?"
"1 don't keef no Kient about it my
self, but I reckon the ci.lrmel would be
"I am wlllm' to oblige Colonel
White, as he's a good friend of mine,
but do you think the critter down thar'
has any objeekshunis to being nuns?"
"He don't look like a man who'd kick
about It. 'Pears more like a critter
Who'd be Kind to be off the airth."
"Wall, we'll take chances on him,"
said Jim, and we went to his shanty and
got a rope and asked eight or ten of
the boys to go along. When the crowd
reached the tin-front saloon the strang
er was pist coming out.
"Say, we want you," remarked Ked
fern "Whii t fur?"
"Coin' to hang you!"
"Fur stealin' Colonel White's pack
"AV'al, fire away!"
He was escorted to a tree whereon a.
dozen or more men had been duly
banged, and lifted upon an empty whis
key barrel and the nor.se planed over
"Want to say anything?" oskod Jim
ns all was ready. .
"Then let 'or go!"
An hour later White's man, who had
started for home, returned to Bay to
"Look-a-yere, that Teller didn't steal
"They got the feller and the mewl
over at Clay City and hung him. I
thought this was the feller, but I must
tier bin mistook."
"I see. Wall, he's bin hung and
burled nnd we can't help him any.
We'll Jest let the next one off to even
tip things. My compliments to the col
onel, and tell him I shall always stand
ready to obleege."
KILLED BY LIGHTNING.
Fatal Results of the Electric Storm
Stroudsbure, Pa., July 14. During the
progress of a severe electric storm in
this county today, William Beesecker,
a wealthy and widely known farmer
was struck and instantly killed by
lightning, the bolt passing down his
A woman was knocked senseless and
a cow was killed.
. Where tho Pilgrims Lnitded.
Provlneotown,. R. I., July 14. Province
town, the place where the pilgrims first
landed, was today historically recognised
nd the townspeople and many visitors
witnessed the unveiling and dedication of
the monument presented to the town by
Ik state in commemoration of that event.
Interesting Facts Revealed by tbe Rec
ords of 1895.
ALLIANCA INCIDENT RECALLED.
Spain Anxious to Mnke Amends at
the Tinip.-'fhe Mora Case has Iicen
Settled by the Payment oi 91,500,
OOO.-Iniportnut Differences Ex.
garding Cubnn Sympathizers.
Washington, D. C, July 14. It re
quires seventy-one printed pages In the
volume of foreign relations to set out
the correspondence which has passed
between the United States and Spain
during the year 189.1, yet in no case
Is there printed any matter In the na
ture of reports from United States offi
cers touching the rebellion, its causes,
progress or prospects. The chapter of
Spain begins with the celebrated Mora
case, which, having been settled satis
factorily by the payment of an Indem
nity by Spain of a million nnd a half
dollars, is now a closed Incident. Next
In order comes the Allianca incident
beginning with Secretary Gresham's
Vigorous demand upon the Spanish
government for a prompt disavowal of
the act of the Conde de Vcimdlto In fir
ing upon the American steamship; for
an expression of regret and the Issu
ance of orders to Spanish naval com
manders to refrain from interference
with legitimate American commerce
whether within three miles of the Cu
ban coast or not.
The conclusion of this Incident Is for
the llrst time told officially In this pub
lication. The Spanish government
showed an entire readiness to do ev
erything that International law require
to smooth away the bad Impression
made by the Incident, and after pro
curing a report on the subject from the
Cuban olllclals, the Duke of Tetuan,
Spanish minister of foreign affairs, de
livered to United States Minister Tay
lor a statement in which lie says that
the Allianca was lired upon with a
special purpose, not to hit her, she
being outside of the jurisdictional zone
of Spain. This was an Involuntary
error which no one could lament more
than the government of his majesty
whose purpose was never to set ob
stacles or hindrances to the legitimate
commerce of the United States and
much less to give the sllghtust offense
to the llag of a friendly power. He
adds that instructions have been sent
to the commanders of the ships of the
navy "to avoid a repetition of events
similar to that now In question, which
is disavowed by the government of his
THE INCIDENT CLOSED.
Mr. Uhl, then acting secretary of
state, closed the Incident by accepting
the duke'g communication as a sufficient
and satisfactory explanation, without
conceding that the exact location of the
Allianca at the time tho shot was fired,
can be considered ns a controlling cir
cumstance. Correspondence passing be
tween the state department and the
resident Spanish minister relative to the
enforcement of the United States neu
trality laws takes up considerable
spaee. It begins with the cases of the
yachts Amadls, Lagonda and Haracoa,
but these have already been made pub
lic through legal proceedings. Half a
dozen letters tell the story of the fruit
less attempt of Marshal Cumpos, then
cuptaln-genral, to prevent tbe United
States Consul-General Williams from
exercising diplomatic functions In In
tervening to protect American citizen.
arrested by the Spanish officials In
Cuba. Secretary Olney acted with
vigor and promptness In this matter,
addressing himself to Minister de Lome
here and to the Spanish government at
Madrid at the same time through Min
ister Taylor, and in less than a month
Consul-General Williams was recog
nized as having full powers to look after
such matters, beir.j thus placed on nn
equality with the German consuls In
One Bhort letter from the United
States Minister Taylor to Secretary
Greshani In February 9, li'!3, tells the
story of a diplomatic victory that from
Its business value deserves a prominent
place In the volume. This was the final
concession by the Spanish government
to the United States citizens of the right
to pay minimum import duties on goods
sent to Cuba. A premonition of claims
to be preferred against Spain appears
In several letters from E. Atkins & Co.,
of Boston, to Secretary Olney, giving
notice of the destruction of their valu
able Solded sugar estate by the Insur
gents. Incidentally they note thnt the
insurgents are mainly negroes and that
the orders to burn their property were
sent from Cuban headquarters in New
York, with a purpose of causing trouble
between the United States nnd Spain.
The chapter on Spain ends with cor
respondence relative to the cases of cer
tain citizens arrested and expelled from
Cuba, Francisco Carlllo, John A. Hom
ers and the Ansleya.
Delaware for McKinlcy nnd Ilobnrl
and Sound Money.
Dover, Del., July 14. The Republican
convention called by the Addlcks com
mittee met here today and the court
room where the convention was held
was crowded. Walter H. Hayes, of
Wilmington, was the temporary chair
man and made a telling speech in which
he pleaded for harmony between the two
factions and called attention to the
plight of the Democratic party on the
silver question. He said that the Demo
cratic party had raised a Mag of an
archy. The nominees are as follows:
For Governor, John H. Hoffecker, of
Smlthlna, Kent county; for congress,
Jonas S. Wllles, of Milford, Kent coun
ty; presidential electors, James (5. Shaw,
of New Castle county; D. Mlfilin Wil
son, of Kent county; Daniel J. Fooks, of
Sussex county. The nominees of the
convention were made by county cau
cuses and were unopposed. The mem
bers of the convention expressed them
selves as believing the same ticket
would be named by the convention of
the Hlggins Republicans at Georgetown
on Thursday. The platform adopted
declared in favor of sound money, Mc
Klnley and Hobart and denounced the
action of the national committee In re
fusing to seat the Addlcks delegates at
the St. Louis convention.
"RED" SULLIVAN IDENTIFIED.
The Chicuga Thug and Several Ac
complices in the Toils.
Chicago, July 14. John O. Collins and
William, alias "Red Sullivan" was posi
tively identified this morning as two of
the robbers who held up the clerks In
the office of the New York Biscuit
company at Morgan and Randolph
street at noon last Saturday, and made
await with over $2,000. Louis Larsen,
a west side tough, was also Identified
by Peter Akerman. butcher, of No. 279
West Randolph street, as being one of
the men who held up his place of busi
ness some four or Ave weeks ago. Chief
Uadennoch today, speaking of the al
leged plot to assassinate him, said: "A
few days ago while driving along La
Salle street, 1 noticed a group of four
or five fellows standing on the corner
near Washington street. They were a
tough looking crowd, and I sized them
up ns nwn who should be run in. I for
got Ml about the Incident until yester
d when we had "Ked" Sullivan In the
sweat box and he made his confession.
Among other things he told lnbpector
Fitzpatrick end myself that if I had
made the slightest motion to arrest them
I would have been killed right then and
So that while there was no plot to
kill me, yet I only escaped by the mer
est chance from being shot down in the
ROBBED A HOTEL.
Burglars Enter the Packer House at
Tunkhannock and Secure About $75
in Money and $50 Worth of Cigars.
Special to The Tribune.
Tunkhannock, "July 14. Burglars en
tered the Packer House between three
and four o'clock this morning. They
secured $60 from the safe, which had
been accidentally left unlocked, and
from the cash register they took $12.40
and a check for 83. They also took
with them five hundred of the best ten
cent cigars they could find.
An entrance was gained through the
kitchen window by the help of a ladder.
There Is no clue to the robbery, but It
was evidently done by some one famil
iar with the location of things, us the
cigars taken were kept In an out of the
way place. J. M. Phinney Is proprietor
of the hotel, and formerly had charge
of a house at Mill City, this county.
National Convention of the Order in
Session nt Detroit.
Detriot, Mich., July 14 The national
convention of the Ancient Order of Hi
bernians opened at the Catholic club
here at noon today, nearly 400 delegates
being present. At 9 o'clock this morning
Bishop Foley, the national chaplain,
celebrated potitillcal high mass. In the
Cathedral for the benefit of the dele
gates and visitors and preached a ser
mon appropriate to the occasion.
The convention was opened with an
address of welcome which was replied
to by President P. J. O'Connor.
The report of the national secretary,
M. J. Slattery, for the two years end
ing December 31 last, was read. It
shows a total membership of S9.IMU. This
is an apparent decrease of membership
of 3,l'!i7 since the report made In 1S9I.
This seeming loss of membership Is
caused by the discrepancies in the re
ports from Ohio and Pennsylvania, as
furnished by the respective secretaries
for two years ago. This cause being
eliminated the order shows nn Increase
of 3,290 members. The number of mem
bers enjoying Insurance benefits Is 7,330.
During the past two years J345.708 were
paid out in sick benefits nnd $239,838
were paid for charitable nnd other pur
poses, the total expenditures for the
period being $1,024.90. The receipts
during the two years from all sources
were $l,O7.1.4S0 nnd the order he.s a bal
nnee on hund of $r,4f..216. The appoint
ment of n committee on credentials was
tho onlv other business transacted.
M0NAHAN HAD A KNIFE.
Prison Keeper's Narrow Escnpc
from Death nt Ilnuds of a Lunatic.
Trenton, N. J., July 14. John Mona
hoii, a prisoner serving five years In the
Btate prison for assault nnd battery, at
ten o'clock this morning was suspected
of having a knife In his possession and
he was ordered to quit work and face
the wall. Deputy Keeper William H.
Henslng then undertook to search him.
Monahnn, who is over six feet tall, ac
knowledged having a shoe knife. He
drew it from an Innlde pocket suddenly
and made a lass at Henslng, gashing
the latter's throat to that a couple of
stitches had to be taken in It.
Thomas Madden, clerk of the prison,
grabbed Monahan from behind and
half a dozen other keepers helped him
to throw Monahnn down and disarm
blin. Madden's hands were cut by the
knife. Monahnn was put in a dungeon
eel'.. It Is believed that he Is crazy. Ha
will be examined with a view of his re
moval to un asylum, if he is.
NINETY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
The Emhnrnssin Failure of n .11 a -gii-inn's
From the Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
Carl Hertz, the Illusionist, was talk
ing of some of the accidents that some
times spoil the art of the conjurer.
"It was In Nashville." he said, "that I
experienced a real knockdown blow. I
was performing the well-known trick of
passing n marked coin Into the centre
of on uncut orange; nt least that's what
a good many people thought I was do
ing. I used a silver dollar, and empha
sized the trick by passing the coin into
the pocket of some boy whom I had en
ticed on to the stage.
"I will openly confess that the boy
had to be a confederate, and that the
marked dollar had Its fellow In one pre
viously prepared by me. One night as
I was entering the theatre I looked
around for a likely youth to aid me in
my double dealing. I picked a boy, and
promised to pass him in If he would
follow my Instructions.
" 'I am a conjurer." I said. T want
you to put this dollar In your right
hand trousers pocket. I'll get you a seat
In the front row. When I ask for some
body to come on the stage, you must
come. Then I will ask you to produce
"The boy promised everything, and,
after making arrangements for him at
the door, I left him. When I was ready
for the dollar trick, I saw my young
confederate sitting open-mouthed In the
front row, I had prevailed upon an
other member of the audience to lend
me a dollar marked exactly as was that
1 had given to the boy.
"I passed that borrowed dollar into
Book and News
Done Quickly and Reasonably
At The Tribune Office.
Write or Call for Samples and Rates.
the orange, cut the fruit open, and out
dropped the coin. Then I went on:
" 'And now, ladies and gentlemen, I
will perform a still more difficult feat.
I have passed that dollar into an or
ange. Now I will ask some member of
the audience to step on the stage, and,
without going anywhere near him, I will
pass the same dollar, marked, as you
have seen, into his trousers pocket.'
"True to his bargain, the boy stepped
to the stage. I stepped opposite him
" 'Now, sir, have you ever seen me
" 'No, sir,' was the answer. ,
" 'I have here a dollar,' I continued.
T am going to pass It into your right
hand trousers pocket. One two three
"I made the proper magician's pass
and smiled confidently upon my audi
ence. " 'Now,' I said to my assistant, 'put
your hand in your right-hand trousers
pocket and give me the dollar.'
"The boy looked a bit sheepish, but he
dived his fist down. Then, to my un
utterable horror, he produced a hand
ful of silver and Bald:
" 'I've only got ninety cents of it left,
A HORSE'S WILD SPRINT.
It Runs for Three .Miles in Front of a
Locomotive nnd Escapes Injury.
From the New York Press.
Frank Pratt, of Batavia, this State,
ha a horse that should have the prize
for both speed and luck, for It per
formed a feat that about caps the cli
max In both these directions. As Pratt
nnd his wife were driving into the yard
In the south part of the village after
dark, the cutter upset in the deep snow
nnd the horse took flight, making for
the Lehigh crossing. .
When It reached the crossing It en
countered a. freight train bound west.
There was scarce room to cross ahead
of the train, so the horse turned In on
the track ahead of the train and ran
for three miles, dragging the cutter
across three long bridges and a number
of trestles and over several crossing
guards. It began to look to the train
men as though the animal was going to
make the whole distance into Buffalo
ahead of the train, when another train
appeared on the other track. This
headed off the horse, and it plunged
down an embankment Into a gravel pit
and fetched up Into a enow drift.
The train stopped and the men dug
the rig out, then one man led the horse
to a barn In the vicinity and left It.
The other train reported the case to
the owner, who took possession of the
horse, expecting to find It half cut to
pieces and the cutter smashed, but
there was scarcely a scratch on the ani
mal and the cutter was uninjured,
July SI, Pioneer Day, Is n holhiy In
Sunday Is a legal holiday In all the
.May 10, Memorial Day, Is observed In
the slates of Alabama and Georgia.
September 9, Admission Day, la observed
as a lcv'ul holiday In California.
March 4 Is a legal holiday In New Or
leans. It Is called Firemen's Day.
July 4, Independence Day, Is n leijal hol
iday hi all the states of the Union.
November 23 Is Labor Day In Louisiana
ami is a lesal holiday In that state.
In many parts of rual England .Morris
daivers are still popular at Whitsuntide.
Jubilees in the Iiomnn church were in
stituted by rope'Iionlfnce VIII. In 1300.
Anrll 21, the anniversary of the great
battle of San Jacinto, Is a Texan holiday.
February 6, Alurdl Gras, lias been made
a holiday III Louisiana und also in Ala
A midwinter festival whs knlwn and
observed In Europe long before the Christ
In almost all countries the birthday f
the reigning sovereign is regarded as a
February 12, the birthday of President
Lincoln, has been made a legal holiday in
June 3, the birthday of Jefferson Davis,
bus been made a legal holiday in the state
Many towni In Europe have local hnll.
days commemorative of some Important
event In their history.
October 31, the d iy or which Nevada
was admitted to the L'rlon, Is u legal
holiday In fhnt state.
Every Saturday afternoon Is a legal holl
day In New York. New Jersey, Pennsyl
vania and Maryland.
"The Feast of the Supreme Being" wis
a holiday established by the French con
vention for June 8, 1791.
New Year's Day is a legal holiday In
ell the states hut Massachusetts, New
Hampshire and Rhode lslnnd.
Fart days, whenever appointed by the
president of the United States, are legal
holidays In all the states.
The greatest celebration of the Feast of
Tabernacles was held B. C. 1001, at the
dedication of Solomon s temple.
Feed the Nerves upon pure, rich blood
and you will not be nervous. Pure
blood comes by taking Hood's Sarsa
parllla which Is thus the greatest and
best nerve tonic.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick Head
ache, indigestion, biliousness. All
druggists. 23c. '
T OiT-LADY'S HOLD HUNTING CAMS
XJ wntr-h, with rob cliuln anl diamond pen
dant. betwnn the ros'dence of E. O. Coarsen
and D . L, U W. depot, bolt Lanrel Hill car
nt Adam avenue; waiKea to depot on sou til
side of i.nckawanna avenue, about .1. 10 o. m.
Findur will be rewarded by leaving same at
omic D., U. a w. depot.
MKLYIN I. CORr.ETT.
APPLICATION FOtt CHARTER
fVTOTICB W HEREBY GIVEN" THAT AN'
Xl application will hi made to the governor
of the Msto of Pennsylvania on tho 10th day
of August A. P. IX). by A. 11. Athertnu, ('. O.
Kiitton. William Athertnn. M. Uumsardner.
Arthur Hitchcock, . aubsrrlbers undor tlia
Act or Aswm'Hv, approved April ."J a, is. 4,
entitled "An Act to provide rortne Incurpor
ntion and regulation of certain corporations."
And the Huiml'menta thoreto. for the charter
r.f an intended corporation to be railed "Tne
Hamilton Pressed Brink Company," the char
acter nnd object of which is to manufacture
and sell brick, til, potterv and any kind of
wares made whollyor in part from clay, to
buy. sen, own or learn any real ana personal
tii'fitiortv necessarT to the bnsinvs'. and for
these purposes to have and enjoy all rights
ami privilwes ronrerrea oy saia Act oi As
sembly and its supplements.
F. L. HITCHCOCK. Solicitor.
MADAME AVBKEY, OKEATE8T LIVING
clairvoyant in the world: tella past,
present and future, vt Aaams avenue.
MRS. FEN TON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
Phrenologist, ran lie consulted at Ko. 410
Mntn avenue, Hyde Park. Positively toe last
onnolly & Wallace
The 16th lest
SACRIFICE PRICES WILL RULE
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEX A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS., EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
X7 ANTED AN EXPERIENCED OAfiD-
nnr with irool reformices wanted at En
ton Sanitarium, Eastern, Ta. State wages ex
pected. WANTED-AS AUENT IK EVERY 8EC
tl,,n tn n,nini! tU.ftO to Sfl 00 S cUt
mode ; sells at sight; also a man to sell Staple
Uooila to dealers; 1. st side hue J7no month;
alary or lartje commission made: exprlnuo
unnecessary. 01 if con Host) and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
AIT ANTED- WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
VV every town to foliclt stock suliscri-
tions; a mnnopoiy ; ihk nimirj . os-jih",
capital required. EDWARD C. Fl&ri & CO..
corn r ii cmic, v nn am, m.
11 ELP WAN TF.D-FEM ALES.
WANTED-HOOU YOUNUUIUL TOAD-
sist in llaht housework. Address F. A,
B.. Tribune office.
WANT&D - DIN1XO ROOM OWl.
V V wall tnd at Enstnii Sanitarium. Laston,
Pa. State will's wanted.
WANTED-MIDDLE AOKD FKUlfcS
II tant woman na nursii nnd housekeeper
la small faml y. Oood houso; ti per w.
Address n, xriuuue omco.
T APIKS-1 MAKE BIO WAGES IKUM
I a ninnunnt hnmn work, and will ftiadly senrl
full pnrtlcolsrs to nil wnalui '2 cut stump.
A'.lao Al. At mt.rtiSlJ, l.awrvuce, juiuu.
'ANTED LADY AGENTS IN 8CKAN-
T ton to soil ana mtrouun ouyuur
Icinit: experienced canvasser preferred: wot
... nrnfUnhl. Write for
particulars at or.ee ai d nut benefit of lmllrtay
trade. T. B. BNYUEB Ss CO.. Ciecinnall. O.
WANTHD IMMEDIATELY TWU KatlM
VV Ktio salve woman to represent us
Uuaranterd M a day without interferrluK
with nther mules. Mcuuniui wuufuuii,
tv -it na,..ln1p enplnslnL? staran. Msueo
t hemic Company, No. "2 John Btroet, New
TJVJK RKN I -FRO 'JT AND THKFK COX.
. IICT-blUK '
221 Adams avenuo. opposite court house.
IOK RKNT P12HIRAHLK HOUHF.. GH12EN
Di.l-n Sltt, niMUi.Minn SU)t. lit. In.
quire l.VJO WashiUKton avenue.
T?OR RENT HALF tF DOUBLE HOUSE;
corner of Pino and Blukely stn-eti. Dnnmorn.
T70KHALK-A FEW SHARES OF ALKX
V ander Cur Ropluuer itock. Address BOX
R Tribuno ullice.
POR9AI.E-A KENTUCKY M ARE. SOUND
V and kind, arotipe and a uew mllcli s,
100C Sundorain avenue.
FOR 8ALF.-UOLLF.ltS, SCRKKNS AND
all mnclilnerv complete and in (ted re
pair for a one hundred fin cer day breaker.
A. D & F. M. BPEXCEB. Dunmore.
F'OR SALE A SILVER-PLATED CONN
double bell etinhoniuni. I irelf ensrared
with trombone bell, eold lined: nearly new
and cost fUl: will sell st n barifain. Address
this weak to 1C W. UAYLOli, LaRnysville,
IOR SALE OR ItENT-SIX-KOOMEU COT
' taie. Wyoming Camp Ground; pirtly
T?OR SALE-HOKSF. AGED SIX YEAPB.
r weight 1,000 pounfis; can bu seen at ltsl
Price strif t.
fOR SALE MY COTTAOE AT ELM-
H . . .... & I 1... , ,,n wli i,h It
A. linrwv iinu ,w
stands; alfO the four l"ts adjoining: most di'-
flirat'lft locnuun in r.iwiiui.'.
ble: terms eas: possssion iriv.in at once Iv.
P. KINOSBt'RY, Commonwealth Buildinp,
HOTEL FOK SALE,
TtTELL FURNISHED AND CENTRALLY
VV located; firet-ciass business! reasons
for selling-, want to retire from busines. Art
dress C. A. M.. Lock Box iOI. Nanticoko. Pa.
HORSES FOR SALE.
HAVE A FEW FINE I1KIVERS. ONE
. matched pair, st Cusick's stabl; tntH ones,
V. R. MOIRE,
UTn;BNInEDHROOM USE OF
ess. hot and cold bath, slttlns and read
in j rooms. 213 Lackawanna arenno.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
ALL PARTIES WHO ARE INDEBTED TO
tbe Stephen Ontheinz and Barbara
Onthelnx estate are hereby notined to make
payments in part or whole within IKIdars or
accounts will be collected according to law;
payments can be mane at residence, its Aider
street, f rem 7 to 8 p. m : at furniture store,
615 Cedar sTenne, any time daring day
C. ai'ORR. Alderman.
(imHir HOI.DIRR III OUR CIVIL WAR.
X You want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie's famous old war pictureshow.
inc Uo fore's In actual battle,s(:etehed on the
pot. TWO Ttiumps, z.wiu pi'-inres. rnnu ou
.... month! narmeuta Polivrred br ex.
preM complete, all charges prepsld. Address
f. (I. siumii. iu Aaams Ave., ccremon. ra.
A SMART REPUBLICAN IN
' every c, unly who will work
fne ftvA ek tor two montna and will earn
it. Address, Bos 118 JaViats- O,
We will inaugurate a sale of all goods dam
aged by the severe storm of Monday evep
ing. Watch for the announcement.
WatkSCSSITa i, a l akTfrom
tart; permanent place. BROWN
BROS. CO,, Nurserymen, Rooliestor. K. Y.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL ClOARS;
(75 per mouth; salary and expenses paid.
Address, with two-cent ttamp, FIOAHO Cl
OAR CO., Chicago.
AOENTS-TO BELL OUR PRACTICAL
glod, sllTer. nickel and copper electro
plasters; prices from ((upward: salary and
expanses paid: outfit free. Address, with
sump, MICHIGAN UFO CO,, Chicago.
AGENTS TO BELLOIGARS TO DEALERS;
t'M weekly auJ expenses: experience un
nesessary. CONSOLIDATED MFU CO.. (
Van Buren at.. Chicane,
SALESMAN TO CARRY 8IDE LINE; 25
nor cent, commission: samnla book mailed
free, Address L. N. CO., ttation L, New
VT ONCE AUENTS APPOINTED
sell new llshtnlns selling table
mosquito ami house fly liquid at 10 oents and
20 rents a bottle. Samnle free. BOLGIANO
M'"U CO., Baltimore, Md.
AGENTS HIN DK'S PATENT UNIVER
al Hair Curlers sod Wartrs (used with
out heat J, and "Pyr Pointed" Hair Pins. Lib
eral coiamissions. Free hamplu and full par-
iicumrs. Aa iresa i -. u. box m, new lora.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
Isilv as convlst or oflire assistant: would
work at anvthins honorable in order loao-
curs employment; anxious to obtain work.
Address MISS V., cure Tribune oftVe. ,
SITOATION WANTED -BY A BOY. AGED
1H: will work at anrthinx. Address J. R..
SITUATION WANTED BY A TOUNO
O uian as stenoBraDher in a law office or
with some bnsinees euronrn. Addrosi STEN
OGRAPHER, Ueueral Delivery, city.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNO
msn as clerk la a itrooerv store, with
soren years' xieriencs: will work for small
salary. P. GENSEN, I860 North Washington
SITUATION WANTED TO OO OUT
O wssliluu: waabimrs taken home alao. Call
or aidress,L, B., 334 Sumner aveuue, Hyde
OMAN WANTS TO DO WASHING AT
home, 723 Birch street.
WANTED-8ITUATI0N as BJBTEND
v V er or teamster. Address 111B Diamond
cvonue. G. W. FAANTZ.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GOOD,
1 J atroug boy ; will work at anything; aged
17 years. Address J. C, Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED AN EXPERI
encvd acconntatit will undertake to till
tb, vauancy of any bookkespor while taking
their vacation during the next two months;
vory low salary, Audresa ACCOUNTANT,
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 1. 1896.
Trains leave Scrunton us follows: Ex
press for New York' und all points Bast,
1.411, 2.50, E.li, 8.0U and 9.3S a. m.; 1.10 und
3.38 p. m.
Express for Eneton, Tronton, Philadel
phia and the South, 5.15, 8.00 and 9.D5 a. m.;
1.10 and 3.38 p. m.
WnnhlnRton and way stations, 4.0 p. m.
Tobypanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Kxpress for EinRhamton, Oswego. El
mirn. Corning, ll.itli, Dansvllle, Mount
Morris and Buffalo 12.20, 2.35 a. m and
1.4H p. m making clcse connections at
Buffnlo to all points in the West, North
west and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 9.13 a. m.
Hlnchamton and way stations, 1.00 n. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 4.00 and 6.10
ringhamton and Elmlrtt express D.55 p.m.
Kxpress for Cortland. Syracuse, Oswego,
ft I on and Richfield Springs, 2.35 a. m., and
1.49 11. m.
Ithuca 2.33 and Bath 9.15 a. m. and 1.49
For Northumberland. Plttston, Wilkes
T!r.rre, Plymouth, Bloomnhurg and Dan
ville, making clcse connections ot North
umberland for Wllliamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tions. G.00, 9.53 a. m. nnd 1.S3 and 6.W p. m.
Nantlcoke nnd intermediate stations,
80S end ll.M c. m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations'. 3.40 and S.47 p. m.
Pullmc.n pr.rlor and slccplrc coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., nr-ply to M. L. Smith, city
tirkpt office, SB Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket offlee.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively. Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIMK TAiJLW IN EFFHCT JUNK 7, 1S9i
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston,
Wilke?-lnrre, etc., at 8.20, 9.ir,. 11.30 a. m.
12.45, 2.W 3.0.1, 5.00, 7.10 p. m. Sundays 9.'j0,
a. m., 1.00, 2.13. 7.10 p. m
T.-nc Mountain Park. S 20. 11.30 a. m.. 2.00.
3 03. u.to p. m. Bundays, 9.00 a. m., 1.00
2.15 p. m.
For Atlantic City. 8.20 a. m.
For New York. Newark and Kllzabeth,
8.20 (express) a. m.. 12.45 (express with Huf .
fet parlor car). 3.03 (exprers) p. m. Sun
day. 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 12.46 p. m.
urrives at Philadelphia, Reading Term
inal, 5.22 p. m. and New York 6.00 p. m.
For Maurh Chunk, Allentown. Bethle
hem, Kaetnn and Philadelphia. 8.20 a. m.,
12.45, 3.05. 5.U0 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Long Ilranch, Ocean drove, etc., at
8.20 a. m. (through car). 12.45 p. m.
.-. ti 11.... T nKonnn n r, .1 U.rrl.hniH.
via Allentown, 8.20 a. m., 12.45 p. m., 5.00
D. ni. DUIlUUf, '
For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m.. 12.45 p. tn.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street. North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10, 1.30, 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. tn. Sunday, 4.30 a. m.
l.eave rnilnueil'iuti, m-awiug . vi uuiiai,
9.00 a. m 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday 6.2S
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates mav be had on application In ad
vance to the ticket egent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN.
Oen. Pass. Agt,
J. H. OLIIAUSEN. Pen. Supt.
trie and Wyoming Valley.
F.ITectlve June 22.
Trains leave Soranton for New Yark,
Newburgh and inlermedfate points on
Erie, also for Hnwlcy and local points at
. . . . a . - .1 G m m f A
BUU ..TO M. Ml. I'- '
rive from above points at 11.18 a. m. and
1.18 and U.S8 p. m.
An additional train leaves Scranton for
Lake Ariel at 5.15 p. m.. returnina: arrives
. , . art . ,a
Schedule In Effect May 19, itg$.
Trains Leave Wilke-Barre as Follows
7.S5 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and tha West.
10.16 a. m., week days, for Hszloton,
Pottsville, Reading;, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitta,
bur and the West.
3.17 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington und Plttsburr
and the West.
4.40 p. m., Sundays only, for 6un
' bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
6.00 p. m week days, for Hazeton
J. R. WOOD, flen'l Pass. Agent.
S. M. PREVOST. Ucnsral Manager.
May 17, 1896.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia
na ew J ura- ma D. it H. P.. R. at 6.U.
1.45 a, m., 12.03, 1.20, 2.30 4.41 (Black Dla-
monu uxpre&s) and 11.38 n. m . via n I.
& W. H. R., 6.00. 8.08. 11.20 a. m.. ud'l.U
Leave 8eranton for Plttston and Wilkes
Barre. via D:. L. A W. rt H s on 8 ua n 20
a. m., 1.53, 3.40, 6.00, 8.47 p. m.
v Dcranion lor white Haven, Tie.
xleton, Pottavlllo and all points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsville branches,
via D. H. R. R. at 6,45, 7.45 a. m., U.Oti,
1.20. 8.30. 4.41 p. m., via p., L. ft W. R. K.
6.00. 8.08, 11.20 a. m., 1l2o7l.6J. 3.40 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Eaiton.
Reading, Harriabnrg and all Intermediate
Ppjnts. via D. ft H. R. R 6.45, T.45 a, m..
12.05. 1.20, 2.30. 4.41 (Black Diamond Kx
press). 11.38 p. m., via D., L. ft W. B. B.,
6.00. 8.08. 11.20 a. m., 12.20, l.U, 1.40 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock. To
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate points, via D. ft H. R. R.. 8.45
a. m., 12.05, 1.20. 11.85 p. m., via D L. ft W.
K. It., 8.08, 9.55 a. m., 12.20 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester,. Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all
points west, via D. ft H. R. R., 8.46 a. m.,
12.05. 1.20, 3.33 (Black Diamond Express),
9.50. 11.38 p. m., via D., L. ft W. R. R. and
Plttston Junction, 8.08. 9.55 a. m., 12.20, 8.47
For Elmlra and the west, via Salamanca,
via D. ft H. R. R., 8.45 a. m., 12.03 p. m.,
via D., L. ft W. R. R.. 8.08, 9.55 a. m 12.20,
8.40 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. ft B.
Junction or Wilkes-Barre and New York.
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
KOLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CHAS. S. LEE, Oen. Pass. Agt, Phlla..Pa.
A. W. NONBMACHKR, Asst. Gen.
Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton office, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
L. ll- DELAWARE AND
irZT I HUDSON TIME
On Monday, May 18,
train will leave Scran-
if B MB,! For Carb9ndale-6.4i,
ST B. 7 M. -55. 10-18 a, m.t
mw r J2.U0 noon; i.2i, 2.20, a.iz,
f 6.23, 6.25. 7.57. 8.10, 10.30,
11.55 p. m. . .
For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc. .45 a. m.;
2 30 p m
' For Honesdale 5.45, 8.53, 10.15 a. m 12.09
noon; 2.20, 5.25 p. m.
For Wllkes-Barre 6.45. 7.45, 8.43, 9.33, 10.43
a. m.; 12.05, 1.20, 2.30, 3.33, 4.41, 6.00, 7.50, 9.50,
11.38 p. m.
For New York, Philadelphia, etc., via
Lehigh Valley railroad 6.43, 7.45 a. m.;
12.03. 2 SO, 4.41 (with Black Diamond Ex
press) p. m.
For Pennsylvania railroad points 6.4o,
9.SX a. m.; 2.59, 4.41 p. m.
For western points, via Lehigh Valley
railroad 7.45 a. m.; 12.03. 3 33 (with Black
Diamond Express). 9.W, 11.38 p. m.
Trains will nrrlve Scranton as follows:
From Carbondalo and the north 4.49,
7.40. s.40. 8..H, 10.40 a. m.; 12.00 r.oon; 1.05,
2.27. 3.25, 4.37. 6.43. 7.45, 9.43. 11.33 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barre and tho south C. 40.
7.50, 8.50. 10.10. 11.55 a. m.; 1.16, 2.14, 3.44, 6.2.',
6.21, 7.53, 9.03, 9.43, 11.52 p. m.
In El Sect June tflat, 1900.
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