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THE SCTMNTON TrilBUlNTE-TUESnAV MOANING. PEBRTJATIY 2, 1897.
AH Reference lo the King of Sweden Is
THE SECRECY INJUNCTION REMAINS
A Resolution to Dulcruiiuu tlio Con
dition uf'Dclnwuru Is OH'uroiI--Tlio
llouso Refuses to Consider a .lli'its
uru A lined at llnllroait Tleltot
Scnlpor--Various Kills Approved
by thu liuu'ur Hranuh.
"Washington, Feb. 1. Immediately
after the senate convened ut noon
Senator Sherman moved an executive
session, stating that It would require
but u short time. When the doors
were closed he reported the general
treaty of arbitration ns amended Hat
urdny by thu committee. The (list of
these amendments, ns previously stat
ed, In these dispatches, adds at the
end or the llrst article the clause:
Hut no question which affects the for
eign or domestic policy of either of the
high contracting parties or the relations
of either with nny other state or power,
by treaty or thorwlse, shall bo subject to
arbitration under this treaty, except by
The second strikes out all reference,
wherever It .occurs, to tho King; of
Sweden und Norway as the umpire
where the tribunal falls to agree upon
After the report was made Mr. Sher
man asked that, Inasmuch ns tho text
of the convention had been made pub
lic tho Injunction of secrecy bo re
moved from the text of the amend
ments, but Senator Morgan objected
and tho request was denied. No at
tempt was made to arrange n tlnid for
the consideration of tho treaty nor was
anything suld about debating It In
GOVERNMENT OP DELAWARE.
A resolution was offered by Mr.
Chandler, of New Hampshire, nnd was
referred to the committee on privi
leges and elections Instructing that
committee, to Investigate the recent
presidential and state election in Dela
ware and report to the senate whether
a Itepubllenn form of government ex
ists in thnt state. The Nlcaraguan
canal bill was taken up and an unsuc
cessful effort was made to have a day
and hour llxed for a final vote. The
discussion then proceeded on Mr. Vi
las' motion, submitted last Thursday,
to have the bill recommitted. Mr.
Vilas spoke of the inter-oceanie canal
project us a historic dream nnd quoted
Senator Sherman's statement the oth
er day that the canal could not be
constructed by any Incorporated com
pany, and must be built, if at nil, by
the government: nnd also that the bill
could not possibly pass tho house In
the present congress.
SCALPING BILL IGNORED.
The first thins: the house did today
was to refuse to consider the bill re
ported by the committee on Interstate
and foreign commerce to prohibit rail
road ticket scalping. In the course of
tho session which was devoted to mis
cellaneous business the following' bills
To prohibit the carrying from one
state Into another of obscene literature
or articles designed for Indecent or Im
moral purposes; giving olllcers In the
volunteer service of the United States
the brevet rank held by them and the
right to wear the uniform of that rank,
protection, of national military parks,
protection that surgeons of soldiers'
homes may be appointed from other
than those who have been disabled in
tho service of the United States; ex
tending the authority of the president
of the United States to Issue medals
of honor to other than officers and en
listed men; to restore to his former
rank lr the navy and plnee on the re
tired list John N. Quackenbush; grant
ing to Colorado C37 acres In Fort Lyon
reservation for a state soldiers' home;
authorizing the entry of public lands
containing petroleum under the mining
laws; directing the issue of patents for
tho located biiL unconfirmed- lands in
Louisiana, 2SS tracts containing about
The last hour of the session was de
voted to the consideration, in commit
tee of the whole, of the diplomatic and
consular appropriation bill.
MURDER IN SECOND DEGREE.
The Verdict in the Johnston Case nt
Now Bloomfleld, Feb. 1. Dr. Thomas
Johnston, of Duncannon, who killed
Druggist George S. Henry at that plnco
last fall, was found guilty of murder
In the second degree. Judge Lvonn
Immediately discharged the jury, and
then application was made for a new
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tret upon apvllcatloo-
trial by Dr. Johnston's nt.torneys,
February IS hns been llxed when the
application will be argued. When Dr.
Johnston- was brought Into tho court
room lie looked pale and anxious, more
ho than at nny time since the trlul
begun Wudncsdny a week ago, and
when the. verdict was announced he
fame very near fainting. It wus a
big surprise to him, It having been
learned that he had expected a verdict
of acquittal. Mrs. Johnston became
hysterical at the Rhlnosmlth hotel,
where she Is stopping. The court room
was well filled with spectators and tho
excitement here Is very gront, while at
Duncannon the people are pleased with
the verdict. Had Dr. Johnston been
acquitted ho would not have been re
leased, but sent to some Insane asylum
by Judge Lyons for at least three
months, or until he had sufficiently re
covered from the delusional Insanity
under which he Is laboring.
This hns been the most expensive
trial Perry couty has over had, nnd It
Is estimated $15,000 will not cover the
cost of attorneys' fees, etc. Drs.
Moulton, Wood and Mills, the expert.-
on insanity, are credited with receiv
ing $1,000 each, while throe of Dr. John
ston's attorneys, Hergner, Shull nnd
Sclbert, got $1,000 each, and Mr. Heck
Is said to have gotten $3,000, and $2,000
addltlonnl If his client is acquitted.
The four counsel for the, common
wealth, ex-Judge Harnett and son, ex
Senator Smiley and Mr. Weidman, are
said to have received $300 each. There
were over 110 witnesses present for
MONTROSE MURDER CASE.
John and Michael Kellcy Must Answer
for the Cowardly Killing of
Leon D. Gage.
Montrose, Feb. 1. Tho trial of John
and William Kelly, charged with tho
murder of Leon D. Gngc, at Hrack
neyvlllo, ou Aug. IB. last, wlll occupy
the attention of the court of quarter
sessions of Susquehanna county this
On Saturday, Aug. Iu, 1S9G, John and
Mlchnel Kelly attended a picnic nt
Quaker Lake. When evening came
they drove to Ward's hotel at Brack
neyville, about a mile distant, and lo
cated fourteen miles from Montrose.
They had had considerable liquor at
the picnic, nnd as their appetites
craved more, they proceeded to satisfy
their desires. About 11 o'clock thoy
became angry at a remark made by
Thomas. Guhugnn, and assaulted hiin
In the hotel bar room. Thomas Ward,
the proprietor, ejected the Kellys.
Gahagan left the hotel about mid
night and had scarcely reached the
street before he wns attacked by the
Kellys, who had been waiting outside.
Ward and Gage ran outside to act as
peacemakers. Gage reached the bellg
erent trio sooner than Ward, as the
latter Is lame. When Ward arrived
a few seconds Inter, Gage lay on the
ground. He wns barely able to gasp:
"Tom, he's got a knife; It's there,"
pointing to John Kelly's right hand.
Ward grasped Kelly's hand and called
for assistance. Patrick Donovan, who
was some distance from the scene,
came to his aid. and Anally Kelly was
overpowered and the knife taken from
his hands, but not before Donovan had
received a bad cut upon his arm, Ga
hagan nnd Michael Kelly, who had
been fighting during the meantime,
were separated; then attention was
given to Gage, who was already un
conscious. The Kellys disappeared un
rirr the cover of darkness, but were
soon after arrested.
After taking Gage Into the hotel a
huge gash was discovered In his groin;
the femoral artery had been complete
ly severed, und he soon died.
FIRE AT FACTORYVILLE.
Mrs. J. T. Bush Has a Narrow Escape
from CremationResult of Ex
plosion of Gasoline.
Speclal to tho Scranton Tribune.
FuctoryvillP, Feb. 1. This afternoon
nt 2 o'clock un alarm of fire was sound
ed from the north end of town, and It
was soon discovered that the residence
of J. T. Bush, on Main street was on
fire. The Langstaff Hose company very
promptly responded to the alarm, und
In a few minutes had a stream on the
llnmes, which were confined to the west
corner of the house, but which had
eaten their way through the partitions
and between the walls to the roof. The
efficient work of the firemen soon told
on the fianies and In about an hour
the fire was declared out.
The tiro wus caused by the explosion
of a pan of gasoline with which Mrs.
Bush was cleaning some dress goods.
She had a very hot fire in the kitchen
range for baking purposed, and the
overheated atmosphere caused the gas
oline to explode while Mrs. Bush had
her bunds in It. She ran out doors en
veloped In ilames and her son happened
to be near and by rolling her In the snow
extinguished thpni, although Mrs.' Bush
is quite seriously 1311111611' about the
hands and arms and her hair Is badly
Prank Bush wns also burned about
the face and hands. The firo was con
fined to three or four rooms, but the
damage by water Is nearly as much as
by fire. The loss an building and con-.
tents will perhaps reach $500 and no in
surance on house or contents.
JOHN BOND'S LONG REST.
An Indiana .11 mi Has Lain in Hod
Indianapolis, Fob. 1. John Bond, of
Mitchell, has lain In bed for twenty-two
years, and until he has lost all use of
his lower limbs through want of exer
cise, and he Is now hopelessly wrecked
physically. Formerly he lived with his
mother on a farm near Mitchell, but
when his mother determined to sell the
farm he vowed that if she did so he
would go to bed nnd remain there.
Te farm was sold and he kept his
vow. Eventually lie was removed to
Mitchell, atlll persistently remaining In
bed, and until her death his mother
cared for him ns sho did In his infant
days. Her dentil came two lears ago
and the watchers at tho bier claim that
he stole to the casket and looked at her,
stealing buck tq hed again upon finding
He never leaves his bed o,nd while ho
converses freely with callers, ho always
keeps his head mullled under tho bed
clothing, so that u, clear view of his
face cannot bo had,
DIG INCREASE IN WAQES.
Kmployes of Carney iu Stuul Coinpnny
Itt'cuivu mi Adviinco of JJO Per Cunt.
Pittsburg, Pa Felj. 1, Tho Cnrne
glo Steel compnny save Its army of
employes In tho bin; genera! building on
Fifth avenue u pleasant Eurprltfo Sat
urday a4!ter;ioon by raising their
wages generally. Tho Incrense wns
about 0 per cent, nnd Included every
employe from olllce boys to heads of
In 1803 salaries of the clerical force
were cut from IB to 35 per cent. This
Is the llrst general Inerenso since thnt
lime nnd was wholly unexpected ami
Wunthor nml Other Predictions for
thu Coining Week.
Sundny, Jnn. 31. Fourth Sunday niter
Epiphany. A child born on this dny will
be uetlve and ambitious and will rise 111
life; a female will marry a man of hgh
Monday, Feb. 1, Bull trine to .Mars. A
child born on this day will be lortunate In
tho employ of others and rise rapidly.
Tuesday, Fob. 2. Venus trine to Saturn.
Snow or rain. A child born on tills dny
will be unfortunute and should never at
tempt to do business on Its own account.
Sell In the afternoon,
Wednesdny, Feb. 3. Mercury stationery.
Weather stormy. A child born on this day
will bo extravagant, careless and gener
ally poor. Seek employment in tha morn
Ing. Thursday, Feb. 1. Uranus a morning
star. Weather unsettled. A child born
on this day will be quick In anger, head
strong and resolute, but not fortunate.
Court, marry, nnd sock employment,
Fihluy, Fob. 5. .Moon In conjunction with
Venus. Wenther unsettled. A child born
on this day will be Industrious, clever and
fortunate. Negotiate business.
Saturday, Feb. C Sun trine to Neptune.
Weather cloudy. A child born on this clay
will be active and ambitious, ciulclc in
anger, but not very fortunate. Travel,
deal and push business.
MARKETS AND STOCKS.
Wall Street Review.
New York, 'Feb. 1. Stocks were Ir
regular, but In tho mnln firm. The Ir
regularity wns attributed to the desire
of the senate committee to amend the
general arbitration treaty. London
firms sold fairly large amounts of tho
international stocks on this account
nnd professional operators short of tho
mnrket attempted to force liquidation.
Very little Impression wns made on
prices, except In a few Instances.
Manhattan and Lackawanna, how
ever, were rather feverish nn.il did not
receive the support accorded the gen
eral list. There was good buying of
the Northern Pacifies and the new
preferred rose to within a fraction of
3D. Louisville and Nashville was
higher on the favorable remirt for De
cember. In the industrials, Chicago
Gas was in request. Speculation
closed Irregular, but In the main linn.
Not changes show losses of al per
cent. Western Union, Northern Pa
cific preferred and Omaha, however,
gained Va. per cent. Total sales
were 1S,",000 shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mears build
ing, rooms, 703-700.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. Ing.
Am. Tobacco Co. ... 7,' 73 73?8 74Vi
Am. Sug. lief. Co. ..117-i 117 117 117',i
At., To. & S: Fe 15Vi 16 IS 13
At., To. & S. Fe l'r. .. 2o 25 25 23!
Canada Southern ... 1G -IG 4J 4G
dies. & Ohio 17 1SV6 I7Ta 1T
Chicago Gas IWi 7S?s 7S 7SVi
Chic. & N. W 105 305 10 IH 10P4
Chic, B. & Q 75 75 75'fc 73'..
C. C. C. & St. L 2SU -S'.ii 2Sj 2S'.
Chic, Mil. & St. P.. 77V3 77',s 7Gft 7G'S
Chic, II. I. & l'ac. ..09 Gil OSU 03",
Del. & Hudson 108 10S',4 107'i 307
Dist. & C. F 14!4 14U 13;8 14U
Gen. Electric 33ft 3G',6 33','j 35
Louis. & Nash 31?i 51 51 li 51
M. K, & Tex. Pr. ... 31i. 31?4 3U& 31
Man. Elevated isOi !K fUJa Hi)
Mo. Pac 23
Nat. Lead 25
N. J. Central 1004 100?4 100-4 1W
N. Y. Central 93?4 94 !W4 91
N. Y S. & W. Pr. .. 25M: 23V4 23'4 '-a'-i
Nor. Pac 2SR. 3Sj'8 37Tfe !&
Ont. & Western 15?; 15?:, 15?; 33s;
Omaha 01 5194 51 51?s
Phil. & Heading 261 27 2G4 2G34
Southern It. H 9H 9 9
Southern It. H. Pr. .. 29?i 29;& 29?; 29i
Tenn. C. & Iron 30T SOT; 30',4 3D?;
Texas Pacific 9?; 9?4 9H 9?4
Union Pacific 7 7 G?i G?
Wabash Pr 1GV4 1G',(. 3GU 10?;
wesiern union bh'.s am ai aivs
W. L ' 2'i 2U 2U 2i',
U. S. Leather 9 9 9 9
U. S. Leather Pr. . i!',i C2V 02 (12
U. S. Itubber 22'.-i 22',fe 22M- 22i-i
CHICAGO BOAHD OF TRADE PIUCES.
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. Ing. 'est. est. Ing.
Muy 744 74V1 73?; 74,i
July 70?; 71U 70?; 71V4
May 17?'b 3S 37?; IS
July lSVi lS?i 3SU 38?4
May 21 24U 23?a 2t'4
July 23 23'i 23 23?;
Muy 3.93 3.97 3.92 3.92
Scranton Hoard of Trade Exchange
(iuotntions.--.-VII Quotation Based
Scranton Lace Curtain Co. ..
National Boring & Drill's Co.
First National Hunk
Scranton Jar & Stopper Co. ..
Elmhurst Boulevard Co. ......
Scranton Savings Bank
Bonta Plato Glass Co
Scranton Packing Co
Lackawanna Iron & Steel Co.
Third Nntlonal Bank
Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co
Scranton Traction Co
Scranton Axlo Works
Traders National Bank
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Replacer Co. .
Scranton Bedding Co
Dlmo Dep, & DIs. Bank
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Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co.
Scranton Pass, ltullwny, first
mortgage duo 1918
People's Street Railway, llrst
mortgngo due 1918
Scranton & Plttston Trac, Co.
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgago duo 1920
Dickson Manufacturing Co....
Lncka. Township School 5..
City of Scranton St. Imp. tj.
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co
Economy Steam, II. & P. Co..
IS'ow York Produce .Market.
New York, Feb. 1. Flour Dull, barely
steady. Winter wheat Low grades, 2.30a
3.30; do. fair to fancy, $184.108.40.206; do. pat
ents, J4.73a5; Minnesota clear, ?3.50at; do.
straights, Jlal.13; do. patents, $4.23a5; city
mills, $la5; do. patents, $5a5.23. Wheat-
Dull, market easier; f. o. b., 93?ic; un
graded, "GaUGc; No, 1 northern, S7',ic. ; op
tions closed firm at Hie under Saturday;
February, 82c: March, S3VSC.; May, S034c;
July, 7S!;c Corn Dull, eusler; No. 2,
29',;c, elevator; 30y8c, alloat; options dull
and firm; February, quiet, easier; Febru
ary, 21c; May, 22c; spot prices, No, 2,
2l;e.; No. 2 white, 21c; No. 2 Chicago,
c.j No. 3, 20'jc; NovemberntNYScht?s;
22U-C.; No. 2 white, 22c; mixed western,
22a2lc; white do. and white state, 23d
29Ue. Beef Steady, quiet; family, $9.2.i.i
1U.50; extra mess, $7aS. Beef hums Firm;
$17.30alS. Tierccd beef Steady; city ex
tra India mess, $13al4. Cut meats Steady;
pickled hollies, 4?e.; do. shoulders, 414a
nic: do. hums, S'.i.iOc Lard Quiet, eas
ier; western steam, $I.12V&; city, J3.G0a3.G5;
Mny, $1.23; refined, dull, lower; cohtlneiit,
$4.35; South American, $I.GI; compound,
4i,4n4ac. Pork Dull, steady; new mess,
$S.23a9. Butter Firm; state dairy, 10a
15c; do. creamery, 13al9e.; western cream
ery, 13a20c; do. factory, 7al4e. ; Elglns, 20c;
Imitation creamery, llalGc Cheese
Strong, fair demand; state large, 8al2c. ;
do. small, SMjal2c; part skims, 3a9'jc; full
skims, 3a3'c Eggs Firm; state and
Pennsylvania, 39c; lee house, case, $2. 10a
3.50; western fresh, lS'-ic; southern, 17'!a
3Sc; limed, 13allM:C
Chicago Grain nnd Provision .Market.
Chicago, Feb. 1. The leading futures
ranged as follows: Wheat February.
71c, 72!4c; May, 73?;c, 74ic: July, 70?ic,
71;e. Corn February, 22c, 22',i,c; May,
24c, 21Uc; July, 23c, 25"(,c. Oats Febru
ary, 10c, 35?4c; May, 17?;c, 17?;c; July,
lSVie., lS?4c. Mess pork February, $3.S0,
$3.80; Muy, $3.97i, $3.92'... Short ribs-February,
$3.90, $3.90; Muy, $3.97',i, $3.922. Cash
quotations were ns'foloHvs: Flour Dull,
unchanged; No. 2 spring wheat, 71?;a73',4c ;
No. 3 spring wheat, 71a7114c; No. 2 red.
82?;aSI,ic; No. 2 corn, 22V4a22?4c; No. 2
oats, l6!4a1GV4c; No. 2 rye, 34ic; No. 2
barley, 34a33c; No. 1 flaxseed, 73' '2a7G'jC. ;
prime timothy seed, $2.S0; mess pork,
$7.G7',a7.72i-v, lard, $3.S0.i3.S2'i; short ribs,
sides, $3.77'jn4.02V3'. shoulders, $4.23a4.50;
short clear sides, $1.12'a4.23; whiskey, $1.17;
sugars, cut loaf, $5.14; granulated, $4.51;
standard A. $1.20.
Iliillnlo Live Stock.
Buffalo, Feb. 1. Cattle Slow at 10al3c
decline; heavy steers, good choice, $4.G3a
4.70; light butchers', $3.83a4.15; stockers and
feeders, good stockers, $3.G5a3.90; veals,
$4.00,17.23. Hogs Fairly active; Yorkers,
$3.70a3.73; mixed packers, $3.C0a3.C3; medi
ums, $3.00; heavy grades, $3.35a3.G0; pigs,
$3.50a3.S2!i, Sheep and lambs Easy; best
native lambs, ?5.15n5.20; good to choice,
$4.90a5.10; common to fulr, $1.30a4.S0; mixed
sheep, good to choice, $3.50a3.S0; common
to fair, $2.90a3.40.
Chicngn I,ivu Stock".
Chicago, Feu. 1. Cattle Receipts. 13,000
head; market steady to lirm; common to
extra steers, $3a3.40; stockers and feeders,
S3.lRu4.15; cows and hulls, 1.70a3.70; calves,
$3aC.2."i; Texans, J3.30al.10. IIoks Heeelpts,
42,000 head; market easy and 3c. lower;
heavy packing and shlppl'Al lots, $3.3Tia3.D0;
common to choice mlxed,,v?.30a3.G3; choice
assorted, $3.loa3.53j, lleht, .$3,0a3.Ki; pips,
fS.SOaS.jT'.i.. Sheep Receipts, 18,000 head;
market steady to 10c. lower;. Inferior to
choice, $2.50a3.90; lamps, 3.50aC10.
OU City, Pa., Foh. 1. Credit balances,
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THE KLIN OnWEAR
A few pertinent remarks in connection with this display and sale: There is a price
point below which quality cannot exist. With all the economy of close buying, close fig
uring, find modern methods of manufacture, there are certain items of cost which qannot
LOOK OUT FOR TRASH. --When you see Corset Covers advertised for 7c. or
9c. be assured it is trash.
The Muslin LJuderwear on sale here at our special prices, is worthy of more than
the usual amount of attention. Firm, evenly woven muslins of good weight; sewing that
shows the hand of skilled work people; no missed stitches or uneven seams, good lengths,
correct widths, generous hems and new trimmings. All this in our Muslin Underwear
that comes to you with a modest margin of profit added for the maker and us.
Fair Prices in Every Sense.
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Advs. Under This Mewl One Cent a Word.
' In central part of city, to loarn print
ing buslnoss: ono with somo oxperlenco pro
forrod. Apply, aftor 10, nt 321 lVnn avoime.
WANTED-A GOOD BOLOGNA AND
'aausat'o mnkor nnd meat cotter; single
mnn prcforrod. 10 N. Main avemio.
W' ANTEDMEN TO LBaTiN THE BAIt
hor tradouonty 8 weeks required: cat
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COLLEGE, Fourth nnd Central nvonues, Cin
WANTED-ANIDEA. WHO CAN THINK
of somo simple thing to patent ? Pro
tect vour ideas: thoy may bring you wealth.
Writo JONH WKDDKKBURN & CO,. Dopt.
C, -"3, Patent Attorney?, Washington. D. O.,
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WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVERY SEC
tion to canvass: S4.C0 to SX0O a day
mado ; Fells nt fight; also n mnn to sell Staplo
Goods to dealers; best sido lino S75a month;
salary or largo commission mado; ejeporienoo
unnecessary. Clifton Soap and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
ovory town to solicit stock subscrip
tions: a monopoly; big money for agents: no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH & CO.,
Borden Block, Chicago, 111.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent u Word.
1 1 with good rofornneos. Apply from 8 to
On. in. and 7 to S p. in. MRS.
KINS SJO Monroo avohue.
LADIES1 MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
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full particulars to nil bending -' cent stamp.
MISS M. A. STEBBINS, Lawrence, Micu.
WANTEE-LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN
ton to soil and introduci Snyder's eako
king; experienced ratiMisser pruf erred: work
permanent and very profitable. Wrlto for
particulars at enco ni'd get lenefit of holiday
trade. T. B. SNYDER & CO., Cincinnati. O.
W ANTED 1MMEDIATELY-TWOENER-gotlo
fnleswomcn to represent us
Guaranteed Sfl a day without Interferrlug
with other duties. Henlthlul oocupntlou.
Wrlto for particulars, oncloMng stamp, Msngo
Chemical Ccuipany, No. 1! John Stiect, Now
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17011 SALE-OAK RoiX-TOPTYPEWRIT.
X1 or desk, good ns now: separate, S'-'O: with
machine, 5-W. D. B. REPLOULE, Moars
l?OR SALE A SILVER-PLATED CONN
V double bell euphonium, likely engravod
with tiombono l.oll. pold lined; ncnrlv now
and cost JIK): will sell nt n bargain. Adilreps
this weok to E. W. GAYI.OH, LaRaysvllle,
170R SALE-HOUSE, AGED SIX YEARS,
JL1 weight l.OCW jounds; can bu seen at 1(121
Advs, Under This Mead One Cent a Word.
OrHCES FOR RENT-SECOND FLOOR
of Moars Building, Including nrivato
olllcn and waiting room. Addrsi JOSEPH
F, GILROY, Attomoy-at-Law. 10S Sprueo St.
pOR RENT-UW SPRUCE STREET.
J.' Boarding house or family; desirable, ln
rpilro 153(1 Washington avenue.
V house, with nil niodorn Improvements;
rent moderate. Apply 422 Madison nvenun.
I70U HENT-THE THREE FLOORS OVER
I No. 410 Sprueo Btroet, nqw occupied by
tho Rowing Association: possession April 1st.
Inquire of FRED. WAGNER, MI Lackawanna
MONEY TO LOAN.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
TO LOAN ON CENTRAL CITY
uronnrtv: also 31.000 and S50U: nnv sum
on monthly Installments, BROWN, Attor
ney, .Mears Building.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
nails cured without the least pain or
drawing blood Consultation ond ndvleo given
free. E. M, HETSEL. Chiropodist, W Lack,
awamia avenue. Ladles attended at their,
rcsldeneo It doslrrd. Charges moderate
All. BI1IGG8 CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools: no odor; Improved
pumps used. A. BRIGOS, Proprietor,
Leavo ordors 1100 North Main aveuue, or
Erckos' drug store, corner Ad urns nnd Mul
berry. TulepJlono 0"
IS IN FULL SWING.
AUvs. Under ThU Mend One Cent a Word.
WANTED-SOLlCITOUSl NO DKMVEU
Ing. nocolloathw; position psrnrmont
1 pay wookly: Htnto nee. ULEN DltOTHEKS;
I lloclicatur, N. Y.
1 7"ANTED-CIENEKAL AGENTS IN EV
V orv county; also lady canv86ors;soaiB.
I thing now; suro nellor; npply quick. J, C.
I HII.IIKKT, 141 Adams nvonuo, Scranton. Pa.
AOENT8-WHAT AKE YOU GOING TO
do about Safo Cltlzonalilp price SI. Go
I Inc bv thousands. Address, NICHOLS,
AOENTS-TO BELL OUH PRACTICAL
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plusters; prices fiom S3 upwind: salary and
expenses pnlil: outfit free. Address, with
stomp, MIUH1GAN MKO CO., Chicago.
.A. 525 weekly and exponos! osporlonco un
neccssarj'. CONSOLIDATED MFG CO.. 4J
I Van Huron st., Chicago,
"MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
-1A persons Indebted to tho firm of Chnpinan
tt Boughton, miccossori of tho llrra of Bell &
Chnpmnn, Intolv dolim business In tho bor
ough of Blakoly, Lncknwnnim county. Pa.,
and to all portions holdlug property bolongiug
to tlio said firm, to pay over nnd deliver nil
sncli sums of nionoy and property duo and
belonging to snid firms to tho undersigned,
who liavo been duly appointed trnstoes for
tho firm of Chapmnn & Boughton by tho
Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna coun
ty, undalso all ciodltoia of tho nbovo firm
will prrsont their accounts or domands to tho
JOSEPH G. BELL, Pockvlllo, Pn.
OEOnOE STEVENS. I'eckvllle, Pn.
C. A. BATTENBKRG, Jlunlclp.il Building,
Advs. Under This lleud One Cent a Word,
somo businesi nblllty can buy n half in
terest in an, established piyln? business in
good location in Scranton, ,woik too hard for
one. Advertiser Is younc man well known
among buslnoss mun in Lackawanna comity
during past ten yonrs, All communications
strictly confidential. Address BUSINESS
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BUY KOJIE WHEAT IMMEDIATELY;
write us for our dally information nnd
book, "Good Advico;" wo can make vou
soma money; loferoncos. A P. UOKST & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 0 Pino St., Now York,
XTni.nv turp anMr Tfrxrc-v nv IV.
J' WV U,W. A..4YJfc. IJV..U M.V..LJ, HA .
1 vtlni in anopltliitlnn linmmllatnlv! smifl
for our booklet, "Good Advico" and dally in
formation. A. P. BORST it CO., Pino St.,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word,
OSTLADY'S "aOLD WATCH AND
rhnln, yesterday, between Suninor ave
nuo and Lindon street bridge; picture in back
of watch. Kindor will bo rewarded by re
turning to 3ft) North Sumner nvonuo.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
Hore'8a great bargain: 1721 Penu uvo
nua, adjoining North Park, Groen Ridge: 0
rooms, lurnacc, hot and cold water; lnt&xlSl;
cellar under whole house: ilno lnwn. stone
walks; property worth P!,Wl: no reasonable
offer refused; must Fell; part payment, bal
ance on tluio to suit purehasar. Address
TALL1E MORGAN, cam of V. L. Hnwloy 211
Wyoming avenue, Serautoii.
OmTAToSrwEDBY AN EXPERI
O oucoil gioccry clerk; Is strictly tampor
ato nnd honest: will do auv honest work:
would like to collect for n rollahlo firm: can
furnish mforenco: also glvo bonds. AddrebS
HONESTY, Tribune, oftico.
SITUATION WA.N TED-AS SUPERIN
tendent or foreman of brlokvard by ona
of oxlonslvo exporienee. Apply D. J. J.,
1U20 Washburn stro-jt.
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QITUATION WANTED -BY A YOUNG
IJ man. 20 yoars of nao. ns liroman: can glvo
good rofot ences. Address S. W., 12.7 Sbort
avenue. Park Place. Pa.
I DDLE-AGED LADY WISHES TO MAKE
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week: best ot refrunces given. Address
NURSE, Tribune olllce.
ir ANTED-BY AN AMERICAN WIDOW.
V with ona child, position as working
housekeeper: host roforoncos given. Address
MRS. 11., 1203 Davis street. Philadelphia
QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
ij man willing to do anything: can give ror
orences. if reiiulred: H 1'., 421) Oakford court,
WANTEU-SUUATIONAS A STENOG
rapher or otllco nssistnnt by .1 yniinoj
mnn; can glvo loferpnces. Address J. J
Physicians and Snrucons.
DR. MARTHA S. EVERITT, 30S WASH
Ington ave. Olllce hours until 10 a. m.,
2 to 4, 6 to S p. in.
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D HOME
oputhlst, No. 22S Adams uvenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Discuses of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue nnd Spruce street, Scranton. Of
llcu hours, Thursday and Saturdays, 9
a. m. to G p. in.
DR. COMEGYS-OFFICK NO." 337 N.
Washington ave. Houtb, 12 :n. to 3 p.
m. Diseases of women a specialty. Tel
ephone No. 3232.
DR. W. E. AILEN.DNORTH WASlTl
DR. ANNA LAW. 303 WYOMINO AVE.
Olllce hours, 9-11 a. tn 1-3 p, m 7-S p, in.
DR. L. M. GATES, 123 WASHINGTON
uvenue. Olllce hours, S to 9 u, in., 1.30
to 3 and 7 to h p. m. Residence 309 .Madi
DR. C. L. FREAS, SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion, Rooms 200 und 207 Mears Hulldlng.
Otllco telephone 13G3. Hours: 10 to 12,
2to 4, 7 to 9,
DR. S. W. LAMEREAUX, A SPECIAL
1st on chronic dlseaso of the heart, lunirn
liver, kidney and genlto miliary or-
KUUS. Will VKVUVf W1B UIUCU VI JJl', JL0OS
332 Adams avenue. Olllce hours, 1 to 5
W. ar'p7oOK, VKTKHINAUY 3UH
geon. Horses, Cattle nnd Dogs treated.
Hospital, 124 Linden street, Scranton.
PRANK 13. BOYLE. ATOIINEY AND
counscllor-nt-law. llurr building, rooms
13 and 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY,
221 Wyoming avenue.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY', ATTORNEYS-at-law,
WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scranton,
JESSITP & JESSUpT ATTORNEYS AND
and Counsellors at law. Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
W. H. .IESSUP,
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TIIADEHS'
Natlonul Hank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILIAM ,J HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Jtoonia 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-I.aw,
Rqom D, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEYtAT
Law, Rooms C3, Gl and Cj, Common
SAMUEL V EDGAIti ATTORNEY-AT-I.aw,
Ofllce, Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
I,. A. W'ATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave., Scranton, Pa.
URIE TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Dime Hank nulldlng, Scranton.
Money to loan In large sums at u per
C. n. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Commonwealth building, Scranton,
C. COMEOYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. H. ItEPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Menrs buildings, corner Washington
avenue and Spruce street.
II. F. KILLAM, ATTO RN E YVT-L A W,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J. II. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-nt-L.au',
15 Commonwealth bldg., Scran
ton. WATSON, DIEHL. IIALTj & KEMMER
Elt Attorneys nnd Counsellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
C, 7, 8, 9, and 10; third floor.
HARRINO & M'SWEENEY, COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCT1TECT.
Rooms 24, 23 nnd 20, Commonwealth
13. L. WALTER. ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of GOfi Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT,
433 SpruceJSt,, cor. Wash, ave.. Scranton.
BROWN AND MORRIS. ARCHITECTS.
Price building, 12G Washington avenue,
T. I. L.ACEY" Sf SON," ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
7fT KELLOW, 1001 W. LACKA. AVE.
DR. . 7 M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCE
DR. H. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. I'. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming, ave.
R. M. STRATTON, OFFICE COAL Ex
change. WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA.
ave, Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to B.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
SCHOOL-OF THE LACKAWANNA
Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and girls
for college or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest. REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER II. HUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Spring
term April 13. Kindergarten $10 per term.
G. R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 140 Washington ave.
nue; green house, 1330 North Main ave
nue; storo telephone. 7S2.
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR Gil LACKA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wlro Screens.
Hotels nnd Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE. 125 AND 127 FRANK-
llu avenue. Rates reasonable.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & W.
passonger depot. Conducted on the Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
HAUEIfS ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, partlvH, receptions, wed
dings und concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Hauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert'3
MEGARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine,
Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P. BROWN & CO., WHOLE
sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
Oil, Cloth,720 West Liickawnnnuavc.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams Hulldlng, opposlto postollico.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO.,
North Washington Avenue Linotypo
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