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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNINTr, ffEBRUATtY 3, 1897.
IN THE INTEREST
Mr. Chandler Introduces a Resolution
on tlic Subject in the Senate.
PAYORS UU OF GOLD AND SILVER
Lively Debute on tliu Immigration
jnil--Si'iiiilr Lodge liiiUemiiit lit
tliu Ititci lurciiuc lit' the Nortli Cct
lllllll l.lojlls.-lIOIISU Reduces tliu
Tiitnl Consular Aiiriiiriiitliin tn
81.(J7:i,TO:i--Coiisulutu nt llorgcn,
Nu Itciliuul, Abnlivlicd.
Washington, Fell 2 An ntiulllonnV)
imi einctlt in mo uiiecumi iu miiii-mi-lliin
uiih made In tin- senate today by
Mi Chandler (lli'p. ' U) u wn'' '"
lilt shape- if a icHolullnii dcilnilllK It
to be tliu Henc of tin- seiinti' that the
1 nlted States hIiouUI not pntnumently
tiiiUlocc In tilt- single B'dil stundnid,
Mid that tin- ulToits of the government
in nil Its ljiniulies should be illieetul
to seetue and maintain tho use of sll-i-i
as well as Bold as stiunlaid nioncv,
with tho fiee coinage of holh. The
ii solution went iivi-i. with nolle u fiom
Mi PluuidU-r that ho would tiddioss
tin- senate1 upon It.
Thu (unfeumee lepott on the Innnl
fcntloli bill vvjs taken n! and was up
imsml In .1 lomv soi'i'oh by Mr. Gibson
(Dun, lid,), who Kiised the p.ulla
mi'iitaiy point nirnlnst It that the con
teience committee had i cecded Its
powcia and hud Injected new ntnltei
into the bill An equally long spuc h
wus made In defense of the (onteteiice
committee and the bill b Mr. Lodge
(Hip. Maps) Muih Indignation was
expressed 1j Mi. Lodge tit Intel feienie
with legislation on the part ol the
Ninth Oeiniiin l.loyils and lis agent In
'Mill ago, to pi event the passage ol the
bill If the bill weie defeated, he said,
n would li taken as the vlctoiy of a
iinpotutlon on a gloat 'inustloii of ptib
)u pulley The leport went ooi vvltli
i.ut action, Mi. 1 1 111 (I)ein, N Y.). giv
ing notice that he would spenk against
n tomnriow on the paillunientiiiy point
inlst.il by Mr. Gibson.
The loninlndei of the iltiv.'s session
nas taken up by the Nlcaiagua canal
lilll Mi. Vilas (Dein , Wis.), who had
tin floor to continue his speech against
it. declined to state whethei he thought
the bill could be disposed of 111 such
line as to give any oppol ttinlty foi
other Impoitant legislation. He gae
notice of a substitute foi the bill,
whli h would punlde loi the appolnt
nu nt of nn Intel -oceanic rtiiiiil lom
inlsslini to have suieys aijd investlga
tinns made foi tho deteiinlnation of
the most fenslble louto foi the cannl
N'otlce of iinothci .iinendmont was
kiven by Ml. Teller (Hep, Colo), also"
piovlding foi a suivvy bofoie any
canal bonds nie guaianlced 1 the
government of the United States, and
th.it If the cost should be icpoited ns
(Moorllng $1G0,000,000, no bonds shall be
giiuiniiteed and no lehponslbllltj as
binned. Mi. Vilas had mt tlnlshcd his speech
when at DO" the senate adjourned.
THE HOUSE SESSION.
Neaily all of ted iy's "esioii was spnt
in tho liouse listening to a discussion
uf the contioveisj inglng between two
ibctrlc lighting companies in the DIs
lilrt of Columbia, which found its o
pussion In connection with the consld
iiitlon of the bill making appiopila
tions for the expenses of the illbtilit
foi tho yea' ending June ,"0, lSISs. The
lull icnrilns the unfinished liuthtess on
The house passed the diplomatic and
consular appionilatlon bill, with till
! changes. The consulate at llor-jen.
Sullzeiland (snlaiv W.OOO) was abol
isned, and tlio total appiopilatlon le
duieil to fl.dn.'OS
The usual lesolutloij was ngieod to
1 lovldlng foi n joint session of congress
i n the 10th Inst to count the electoial
it. and deilkie iho lesuli
Senate aniendmeiits to tho lesolutlon
iiuthnil.lng the tempoiaiy htiiuglng of
ins foi Unhung and dccoiatlng in
connection with th appioaching Inaug-
i.i al, weie agieed to
YOUNti OREELEY A HORSE THIEF.
A Kclntivc of the (.'rcat Editor in n
I.os Angeles, Feb 2. A lelatlvc of
Hoi nee Gieelov, the gieat cditoi, Is now
confined in the count. fall, a confessed
boi--e thl"f Behind his taptuie Is a
stoiy of wild, leckless ihllne- by the
lobbei ovei snow clud mountains, and
the dogged peisovcianee of riunk
Ciilfllth, deputy constable of Uanfoid,
wlio plucklly ti ailed tho gang foi the
week.i and auested young (Jieeley.
Mill anothei member of the eioud Is
Fred liood, who Is In jail, and the thiid
w 111 soon bo apprehended
They nie accused of having stolen
thlt teen hoi.ses a little ovei live weeks
nt,o about firteen miles ninth ol llan
finl Qi until, accompanied by Deputy
Plu lift White, ai rested Gieeipy while
the latter was eating bieakfnst at his
(ileeley, who is about 2" Jeais of age,
n.ntesseU the dime, but lefuses to di
vulge the Identity of his paitncis.
PANTHER IN MERCER COUNTY.
I'armeis Neni llndlm Oiguniiiig to
Kill u Mill Itcnst.
aiecinllle, Pa., Feb 2 The fiumcis
about lladley aie eveltcd over what Is
supposed to be a panther, which has
In en tenorUIng the people of that
nt ighboi hood for soino time. The ani
mal was (list seen about two months
ut,u bj a fanner letuinliig hoinu ut a,
lute hour. Ah he neaied a lonely pait
of tho load he heuid nn awtul screnm
Which would you rather
trust? An old, true friend of
twenty years, or a stranger ?
You may have little health
left. Will you risk it with
a stranger ? If you have a
cough, are losing flesh, if
weak and pale, if consump
tion stares you in the face,
lean on Scott's Emulsion.
It has been a friend to thou
sands for more than twenty
years. They trust it and
you ca'n trust it.
Let us send you a book
telling you all about it.
Free for the asking.
Scerr It Uswm, Chcmbu, New York.
and hcnul something moving tlitottgh
the brush lit tho roadside. His te.un
had been noting stiangcly for pome
minutes before, and weio so hndly
tightened that they ran for nottily a
mllo befoie lio could stop them.
Last Satin day morning A. H. Hi own
mlrseil a young cnlf, and tho footpilnts
of a large animal wcte dlscoveled in
the barnyard nnil loading to tho woods.
A seat ohlng paity Is belnn organized
to kill tho beast.
Dnnuciniis (iiini; ol' Twenty llrnlcou
liy tliu Arrest of Tun.
Hazletoii, Pa Teh. 2. United Slates
Detective McMantis, of Vhllndelphla,
today ran clown a gang of counterfolt
eis In this city, who have updated In
this and adjoining counties for the past
yetu. o attested Chailes Piobsl find
Mis Ualllet. The foi.ner was capttned
In Pottsvlllc, nnd when ni tested the
moulds weie found on his pel son, as
well as some of the spin loin coin.
Ills at complice Is n widow, and al
ways dicssed In the height of fashion
He made the coin, while she luiveled
fiom one town to another and put It In
cii dilation. The coin thoy nuuitifae
tuied consisted of five and ten-dollar
Theie ni- about twenty poisons Im
plicate d, and moie arrests will follow.
Piobst when nuest"il showed light,
and neai ly shot McMantis In the thigh.
CAPITOL IN RUINS.
Concluded, fiom I'.ige 1
been sounded and theie was no Hie scr-
When the firemen nnIod the whole
w ostein end of the bulldiiuT was in
llames nnd the lleiee flames weie blow
ing like a furnace. In live minutes
inoi e the loot ovei the lieutenant govei
noi 's lii.ignl'lconl iip.nl incuts and the
olhees ot the cducatlunal dopaitments
Captain Delano;., supoilntenilent of
piop.itv, I'lhate Secietaiy Deitloi,
Chief f'leik Sinllej.'of the senate, and
a number of otheis pushed out a leath
ei lounge mil then followed, chased
aw.ij bv Hie ll.nues -A few moments
latei theie was u , lolont explosion,
suppesed to IniM' been caused by the
buisting gas jilpts.
The ciowd In the liouse had by this
time ieuli7cd that tho (lie was not a
small one and that the entlio building
w as doomed 1 he piny ot the wntei and
.smoke foiled .Speakei Hojoi to h.iM'the
rtai 'loois of the hoii'-e opened to allow
nioinbois and otheis to ?;et out. Most
pet sons illtl not think tlie house In Im
mediate danger, but the Haines bioke
mil neai the loof in a f i w moments and
it then appealed as though the Hie had
ti.ueled llnoughout the entile build
ing, between the lloois and walls. A
lUiinbei of toolhauly poisons lemalncd
in the house as in the senate tilng to
get fuinltuie and peional effects out.
Among those was Deputy Seigeant-at-Aiins
Haw litis. When a poition of the
lloois collapse 1 he staggeiod to the
doois hint and blooding and ooicome
fiom the smoke. He was reied aftei
Dtiilng the past two jears the capltol
building itself has been impioed veiy
gieally. Ueiitenant Goctnor "Walter
I.jon had built loi himself a suite of
mag-iiliienl npaitmonts at a cost np
piONlmatlng $30,000 Tho entile ar
langeinent and deeoiatlon of the house
Ueie just completed and the entile 10
luiida nnd lobbj on the fiist flooi had
been lebullt inside with magnificent
A few minutes befoio 1 o'clock tlK
senate leeonvened with Senatoi Giady
In the eh.iii, It was declined adjoin ned
until 11 o'clock tomoiiow. Hut not ti
moment too soon. Fie minutes latei
the senatoi . weie HeehiK foi theii lives
It was almost Impossible to convince
mcmbeis of the leglslatuie that a setl
ous Hi e was under way and iiinnv of
them lemalncd In the house until thoy
weie compelled to leap thiotigh the
windows to sae themselves. The leg
islative loiespondents of the United
Asssociated Pi esses weie filing bulle
tins at the Western Union ofllce In the
lolunda. when the scalloldlng In the
dome fell with a stoat clash They
escaped tliiough a window, both being
TIIH FIHST SMOKU.
Senatoi CSindv declares he detected
the smell of smoke as eailj at 10 30
o'clock and this would seem to heal
out the asseitlon that the tile had been
binning slowly some houis befoie be
ing dlseoveied The Philadelphia sen
atoi dispatched page boys at dlffeient
times to see of theie was not something
binning in some poition of the senate
clianibei or In one of the committee or
cleiks' looms, but they all leturnod
with the message that theie was noth
ing wioug Just befoie the senate took
Its lecess the same senator says tho
smell of smoke was inoie pionounced
and duilng the lecess the flit- was dls
co ei ed
The scenes in and about the senate
when It became known that the build
ing was doomed beggar desciiptlon
The excitement was Intense. Chief
Cleik Smile 111 st thought ot the lec
oids and many of these weie taken to
places of safety. The most vnluuble
state lecouls weie not In the buimd
building, having been taken soon ntter
Its completion to the Hie m oof execu
tive building Pages, messenger boj.s,
pastel s and foldeis, tianseilblng cleiks
and newspapoi men hull led about mov
ing what peisonal ellecls they had.
Ovei the senate the old and lotten
tlmbeis was diy as dust and liuint and
sl7ed like powdti. Pietty soon those
who llngeied on the boidei of the senate
chaipbei saw a bilghl Manic leap out
fiom abo've the speakers chaii and then
niound the chandelier appened tlnj
tongues of ihime that licked nwo tlw
fiescolng on the celling nnd buint tli
fastenings of the chandeliets, which
came down with a crash
The only depaitment In tho binned
building was that ot public Instiuetlou
1MPOHTANT nUCOHDS SAVICD
At 2 SO o'clock the flie was under con
tiol .but the liiemen weie on tlutv
watching the smouldering embeis. All
the Impoitant leroids, Including the
Journals ot tho senate and house weie
saved. At tlnee o'clock about all that
leinnlned of the old cnuitol weie the
Seveinl flrenien weie lnjuied by fall
ing timber as weie n numboi of capltol
employes Them weie many niuiow
escapes from death. A laijje dog was
penned In one of the basement rooniH
and his piteous howls weie. heatd for
an hour befoie death ended his stllfet
Tho capltol was Ipsuied. It has boon
on flie a lumdiod times In the pnsl,
but never seilously. It had never lieen
Insured until Speaker Iloyer was state
tieasurer when he called Governor Pat
tlson's attention to the fact and then
It was Insured.
The Insuiaiice w.as about $200,000 nnd
the loss Is estimated ft $1,000,000 Th'ere
was much handsome fuinliuie and the
lecent lemodelliiB C03t well on to ?150,-
000. The tiro took with It those separate
looms: The senate diambei, ofllces of
the ilerk nnd senate llbinrlan, senate
(ommlttoo looms, forestiy commission,
moms of the piesldent pro teni, gamo
conimlssloii, lieutenant governor's
apnitiuonlii, nfllcos of the supetlntond
ont of public Instruction, tho liouse
chamber, 'commit lea rooms, spenkcr'n
oirtee. resident chief eleik's apartments
nnd newspaper looms.
The lecouls r.nd statistics of the do
paitmontif public Instiuetlou weto de
stioycd, Including nuicli valuable statis
tical Information login ding tlio public
schools. Dr. SchnefCer sued the wnr
i tint book.
Ala or Pallet son called a mooting of
council and other public bodies this
evening to consider ways and moans of
assisting the stale oiltclnls to piocuie
tempoiaiy tiuatteis for the legislature.
Tho senate will moot tomorrow In tho
suptome couit mom and the house In
the t nltod Stntos district couit mom In
the postolllce liulldlnp. The leglslnlutc
will nt once take steps to build a now
MARKETS AND STOCKS.
null Slioet Hevleu.
Now Yoik, Fob 2. Piollt-tnklng
was the oulei of the day at the Stock
exchange. The sidling movement was
not pionounced bv any menus nnd the
tinnsaetlon foeited up only 115,772
shates. At the stint -the Noithoin Pa
cini's weie the center of atti action, the
common leeodid to 1GJ, and the pte
fened 1 to 2'a 'NVesloin Union was
sold down ia& to 5)2 on the aderse de
cision l eiule led by the Kupienie couit
islet day In the Ohio and Indiana
tn- cases. In the Industilals Sugar
was steady, Geneial niectile firm nnd
Tobacco weak The last named fell
fiom 71 to 72. Speculation closed
iiulet and bately steady In tone Net
e hinges show declines of 14 to 1 pel
cent Manhattan gained i and Lake
Shoie 1 pel cent.
Tarnished by WlbhIAM UN'S, AT,.
T.IIN X CO. stock brokeis. Meals build
tug, looms, 703-7UC
Open- High- Low- nos
ing, est. est. ins
Am Tobacco Co .. 74 71 72''8 7'
Am Mil gin. He's Co 117 117 llii" lliji,
Attli.To St. IV. H'8 It's UN ll'i
At , To Ac H Ke.Pt.2irH 21'i 21 21
Citnud 1 Soilthein .. Id1'! J0V1 40 Pi
(Mies .St Ohio 17'K IVg 17"4 17's
Chicago Gas 7) !" lb 7S ,
Chic A: N W 10i, 10l, li)i. IUIW.
Clilr. H .V Q 71 71 74'., 7I
C. C. C. & St 1. .. 2S, 23 2! A",
Chic, Mil. A. St. P.. 7b ii'cj, 70 70
Chic, H I. .V- P.. (,s'i US'4 (.734 e.7
Del .1 Hud H,7'.. 103 107' 1 107
II, I. iV. W 15JH. 1MK. J,13, 11.'
Dlst. .X. C I- 14'i 14'!, 13K. UK.
Gill r.lectilc 31 3iP 4 3V. i1
T.ike Shoie 1,11 lot 1M 151
l.oulsllle.fc Nnsh ... fill. filH- HI B1'4
.M I .'i Te, Pi !0 31 L0 ,il
.Manhattan Die W) J0"o S'ik. ji)U,
Mo Paclllc 2J'j 22'i 2: 2J'I
X. .1 Central 100'i 100'fi K 10U'4
X Y. Ctnt1.1l '.137!, !U !I3'(. !I3".
n y., t. 1: & w... in 11 - r.
N Y, S Ac W S'i S'. S'A S'(,
X. Y, S & W., Pr.. 21 21-J 21 21
N'oi. P.icillc lji4 1V4 17 114
Omaha 31 51 14 ,",1H IP.
P. I el lie Mali 217;, i"s j.vl 27J4
Phil & Head 2iT& 2f, 2i,ts a,i
Soilthein H H 0 ri 'Jis 'lifc
Soilthein It. H., Pi.. 2IV4 20'b 2'l 2'M,
Teiin C. 1 30'C, 30Vi 2'lh 3D
Texas Paclllc !i !i ! Ts
Union Pailllc 0 0 , '(. (,
W.ibasli fi C 0 (,
"W.iuish. Pi W lfi'4 Irt P.
West Union S3 83 S2 W",
W T, 2 2 2 2),
U. S. Leather S S S 8
IT. S. Leatliei, I'l . . C2 f2 (11 nm
U S Hubber 2i'(. 22'1. 22'1 22' J
CHICAGO BOAHD Or THADD PRICES
Open- High- Low- Clos-
VIIAT. big. est. et lnj.
Mai 74 71 7l'.i 75
Jlll IHt 72'4 71"s 72'a
May lS'i l&ij T7'i IS'!,
July is)i isj; is;8 is
AIn 2l's 2l'j 24', 21'(.
July 23 2;i 23 23
Muv 3 DO 3J0 J S3 3.W
Ma 7.70 7.72 7.00 7.07
Scrnnton ISonul of Tindo I7x
on Pin ol 100
Scranton Laco Cuitnln Co,
National Uoilng & Dilll's Co. ...
Fiist National Hank C50
Sciunton Jin S. Stopper Co
Ulmhurst llouleard Co
Scranton SaUngs Hank 200
Honta Plate Glass Co
Scianton Packing Co
Lackawanna lion & Steel Co. ...
Third National Hank 350
Thioop Novelty M'f'g. Co
Scranton Tiaction Co 15
Scranton Axle Woiks
Traders National Hunk 115
Weston Mill Co
Alexandei Cai Rcplacei Co
Scianton Heddlng Co
Dlmo Dep & DIs. Hank
Colliei Unglneei '.
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co.
Scianton Pass Hallway, first
moitgage due ISIS
People's Stieet Hallway, first
mortgage due 131S
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co.
1'eople'b Stieet Hallway, Sec
ond moitsago ilue 1920
Dickson Mauiifacttltins Co....
Lacka. Township School 5..
City of Scianton St. Imp. C.
Mt Veinon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scianton Tiaction Co
Dconom) Steam, II. & P. Co..
pv Voik Pioilnco Hnrl.ct.
New Yoik, Feb 2 Plain Quiet, eniy
Wheat Spot miitkct dull, lliniei; fob,
titi'ii., ungiatlnl led, 77uy7e. , No 1 nnitli
ein. S7''i , options wne linn at I'kiiI'.c
itHanct, No 2 ltd Uobuiarj, SJ't1 :
Mai ih, Me , Ma bJ'st , J11I5, 79t Com
Spois dull, Hi n. No. 2, 2Pt , eloiatoi.
3u'M, ullont, steamer mixed, 2u'ji No 3,
ni. , options v-eiu dull und lliiii, Pibiii-
CUR SEMI-ANNUAL ONE-HALF PRIDE SALE OF
Suits and Overcoats
Commences Monday, Feb. 1
All Goods Reduced One-Half, for CASH ONLY.
Hats and Furnishings, Too.
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
Ofnn Iown Iituly AH10 't9 Cured or
tj -Mo VeniH.
Mis. Small A. SReels, an estimable
lady residing at Lynnvllle, Jnspcr Co.,
Iown, was for twenty-five yeais a suf
fetei ft out Dyspepsln, and her complete
testointlon to healtli Is so lemaikablo
that wo liresent the facts In the ease
for the 'benefit of our 1 cadets, many of
whom have doubtless suffered In the
same manner anil will, thrtefoie, Ue In
terested In learning how all stomach
tumbles may tie audited and clued.
Mis. Skeels savs: I used only one pack
age of Stuait's Dyspepsia Tabids and
I lecleved such gieat and unexpected
benefit that I wish to expiess my sin
cere gratitude. In fact it lias been six
months since I took the mndlclne and
I have not had one particle of dlsttess
01 dllllculty since. And all this in the
face of the fact that the best doctots I
consulted told me m. case was Incur
able as 1 hid sufTeied for twenty-five
ellls. 1 want half a doen packages
to dlstilbute among mj ft lends heie
who ate 'eiy anxious to tiv this lem
cd Ti uly youis,
Mis Km ah A. Skeels,
The mason why Stunit's Dyspepsia
Tablets nto so suiiesful In cuilng In
digestion rml Htonuch tlotlble and the
ttasin whv It never disappoints those
who 11141I It and use it Is beenuse noth
ing is claimed foi It except what It
will actuallj pel rot m. It Is not a cure
nil nrd no mieh chlms nie made for It
It is piepaied for the sole puiposo of
fining Dsp'pslti and the nilous foims
Theie Is scnicelv a patent medicine
made but what Is claimed to cine Ds
pepsla ns well ns a hundred other
doubles When as a mattei of fact a
lemedy to cine Dvspcpsla must be pie
paied especially lor that and nothing
else, nnd among all the leinedles, pat
ent lmsliums, bltteis, etc, so extrnslxe
ly niUeitisejl vou will find that Stint fs
Dvspepsla Tablets Is tlie only one ad
eitised ns n cum foi Djspepsln nnd
nothing el-c. The uined is piepaied
by the Sttiint Co, of Mnisball, Mieh,
and ror snle b .ill diugglsts at HO cents
lei package, urn If joti suffei fiom anj
lonn of stomach deiangement 01 Indl
gestlon'a tiial will not disappoint you
A little book on stomach tioubles
inalLd fiee Addiess Sluait Co., Mni
an, 20'ic ; Mn, 30'Cc ; Julj, 11e Oats
Spots dull, lb m, options dull, uomltmllj,
4e higher, Uebiuan, 21c , Ma, Ji'jc
spot pi Ices, No 2, 21'i.e ; No 2 white, 24'.i ,
No 2 Chicago, 22'.e , Nn 3, 20',.c , No .1
white, 22c, mixed western, 2.'a2le ; w.hlto
do, 2!a2li.c ; white state, 23 i.'yx.e l'm
lslons Unchanged. Laid Dull, weak,
western steam, $1; city, ?3 00, Ma, $121),
icllntfd, quiet, continent, $4 25; South
Anieilca, !IW; compound, 4alVic Huttei
Unehiiiiged, Him. Chtese 1'lim, im
e hanged. L'ggs i:.isy; state and PtnnsM
nnli, lSalS'lc, lev house, case, 2 40a3.77,
western fiesh, 17alSc; southein, 17a
17e , limed, 13'ial4
Philadelphia Piomsiou .llnrkct.
Philadelphia, Tcb 2 Piotlslons wore
Jobbing fait lj nt lot met i.ites We epiote
Reef hums, $1Si1S50, as to age and bland,
poik, fnmllv, IIOSOill, hams, s. P. cuied,
In tiercts, 8a!ic ; do smoked, 0 allc , as
to aurage and bland, sides, libbed, in
alt, I'Aal'ic ; do. do. smoked, 5'ia,1'i.c ,
sliouldeis, pickle cuied, 5a1'ic.; do do
smoked, G'(aCc ; picnic hams, S. P. cured,
ri'ia5e ; do do smoked, fi',a('A,c.; bellies,
In pickle, accoidlng to aeiJge, loose, 5i
ri'c. , bieakfast b icon, G'.a7'.e , as to
brand and aerago; lard, pine, city le
fliied, In tierces, 4)ia.1c; do. do, in tubs,
5a1'4e , do. butcheis', loose, 4c ; city tal
low. In hogsheads, 3'4c. ; countiv do.. Ha
3'(,c , as to quallt, and cakes, 3':a3c,
ChicnKo Crniii nnd Provision ,Mnrket.
Chicago, Teb 2 The leading futuies
lunged ns follows: Wheat Uebiuaiy, 7!
n74c; May, 7U,a7Vht.. July. 71-i72'1,(
Coin Fein unn, 2.'i4ii228c , May, 2P4a
21-c , Julv, 23i21c. Oats Pebruan,
lrrBa1c , Ma, lS'ialSHc ; .T11I5, ISSiUlS'Sit
Mess Pork Febiuin, ?7 17a7 57; July, S7 SI
a7S1 Laid Febiuaiy, $3 77'i.a3 77'A, Jul
$U4 Short Hibes Febiuar, 3 S7".a
3 ST'i: Julj, $4al Cash eiuotations weie as
follows- rioui Steady, unchanged. No
2 spilng wheat, 72'a74e. ; No. 3 do, 72a
71c, No 2 led, S3'4aS7"e , No. 2 coin, 22".
a22si,e ; No 2 oats. I6K0 ; No. 2 ie, SPic."
No. 2 bailey, 3la31'.jc ; No 1 llnxseed, 73'..
a70M!C ; tlmothj seed, $2 SO; mess poik"
$7C0a7C2'.; laid, $3.77'a3 S3; short libs,
sides, $J75al, diy salted sliouldeis, $4 23a
4 50, shoit cleai sides, $4 12'i.a4 25, whlskj
and sugars unchanged.
Hullulo Life Stork.
Huffalo, N X , Feb. 2 Cattle C!ghton
cais thiough, one on ale, maiket steady;
good to choice butcheis' steers, Jlal LU;
coaie fat, $1 10, old to good fat cows, 2 21
ii3 50; eals stead) ; common to choice,
si 50,i7 Hogs Faut cais thiough, 14 on
sale; market slow and 5il0e lowei; Yoik
eis, $3f,oa!01; light. $JU1a3 70; mixed
packets, $3 371100, pigs, ?J(,1.i3 70, loughs,
J3 07a3 15; stags, ?2.21i2 77. Sheep and
Lambs Two cats through, ten on s.Uu;
maiket slow; good to choice lambs, $1a
B2u; culls to full, $3 71it 87; mixed sheep,
good to choice, $!C5a3'W, handy wetheis,
W.Wat.lO, culls and common sheep, $2aJ 23
Chicago I.ivo Stock.
Chicago, Feb 2 Cattle Receipts, 3,300
head; maiket about stead) ; common to
extia steels, $3 4 la 5 10; stockeis and feed
ers, JJ 13al 11; cows and bulls, $1.70i375,
,ciles, $3a125; Texans, $2 50a4 20. Horm
Receipts, 27,000 head; market slow nt 5c
decline, heavv" picking and shipping lots,
J3f2'ia3 40, common to choice mixed-, $il
a!32's, choice asoited, $3 40a3 41, llgtit,
sJ3Ua3 41; pigs, $3 2013 43 Sheep Ree-i Ipts,
12,(XiO head, market stead), Inleiloi to
choice, $2 2ua3'J0; lamlis, $3 50.14 75
DON'T "WORRY about your health
Keep you! blood pine by taking Hood's
Pnisapaiilhi and )ou need not feai the
Blip, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia ot
HOOD'S PILLS nie the favoiite fam
ily cathaitie, easy to take, easy to ope
THE I0SLIN UNDERWEAR
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, and modern methods of manufacture, there are certain items of cost which cannot
LOOK OUT FOR TRASH. When you see Corset Covers advertised for 7c. or
9c. be assured it is trash.
The Muslin Underwear on sale here at our special prices, is worthy of more than
the usual amount of attention. Finn, 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 conies to you with a modest margin of profit added for the maker and us.
Fair Prices in Every Sense.
Our Cloak Room is the scene of this display, and we ask you to come and look
over the lines of
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
Place your advertisements
allele the most people will
read tl'cnt. eeit if it does
cost a little more. Kuntcm-
her tlie chenjtebt is not as a
rule tlic best.
Want "Ads" in The
TrllHIIlClniug quick returns
because The Tribune is the
3 favoiite home newspaper of
the Lackawanna Valley.'
J ONE CKNT A AV0UD,
Letters ntldresscil to tlio following
utlveitifeurs remain unctillud for nt our
builnuss olllcc, Washington iivenuu.
'II. G. , "J1," "A.," "X. Y"
"J ," "(J. H. L.," "II. L. B.,
"(itiiek" and "R."
II HLP W ANTI5D M ALKS.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
7ANTED-I10Y WELL ACQUAINTED
' i iu central part of city, to loarn print
iiiK bnslne's: onowitli soino oporieuco pio
f on o.l. Apply, after 10, at ,'fJl l'eun in unue.
WANTED-A GOOD HOLOGNA AND
snusiKo makei and moat cutter; singlo
man prcfotrod. 120 N. Jlaiu aouue.
7-ANTKD-AN IDEA. WHO CAN THINK
of somo simplo thing to pntent Pro
tect our ideas: tlinv miy tiring vou wealth.
Writo .IONH WEDDEUHUUN .fc CO,, Dept.
C, 21, Patent Attoincyp, Wn'lilngton, D, O ,
fortlioli SINW prize effor nnd list of lUOJiiivon
WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVKltY SEC
tion to cuins: Sl.fO tn S.70O a day
ui.ido ; pells at Mglit, also a man to coll Staplo
Goods to dealeis, best sldo lino ST.'i a month;
salary or largo commission mado; experience
titniecossai y, Clifton taoap and Manufactur
ing Co, Cincinnati, O.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town tn solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; big money for agents: no
capital lequired EDWAHD C. FISH & CO ,
Borden BlocU, Chicago, HI.
HELP WANTED FEMALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
WANTED -EXPEKIENCED GERMAN
V girl for genoinl housework, cook and
laundioas, with leforuneo Apply from 8 to U
u m. and 7 to b p. m. MHS. W. P. HALL
STEAD, 414 Wjoming avonuo.
WANTKU-AN EXPEHIENCED COOK,
H with good lofoiencos. Apply from S to
II a. ra. and 7 to 8 p. m. MltS. T. II. WAT
KINb fii!0 Mom oo avonuo.
LADIES-1 MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
plensint homo vvoi k, and will gladly send
full particulars to all tending 'J cnit stamp.
.MISh Jl A. bl'EBUlNS, Lawrence, Mich.
WANTED-LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN
ton to boll and intioducn Snvder's ciko
icing; expoiieneed ranvufc,er profound; vvoik
peimnnent nnd veiy profitable Wiito for
pal tlculars nt oneo and get Loneflt of holiday
trade. T. B SNYDER & CO., Cincinnati, O.
Y7"ANTED 1MMEDIATELY-TWO ENER
i getio saleswomen to reprosent us
Guirnnteed SO a dav without intorfeiring
with other Unties. Healthful occupation.
Vv rlto for partii ulars, onoloblng stamp, Mnngo
fhemleal Ccmpnuv, No. 7" John Street, Now
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
IT'OR SALE-riltST-CLASS PRESH COW;
I1 calf liy her sldo, cheap Prosrott street,
opp. Dudley F E. EHRGOOD, Dunmoro.
IT'OR SALE-A SILVER-PLATED CO.NN
V double bell euphonium, ulctlv engravod
with tiombonu bell i,old lined, ne.nlvncw
and 008t iUO will fell at u bnigaln Address
thtswcekto I- W. GAYLOR, Lalinvsvllle,
POlt SALE-HORSE. AGED SIX YEARS.
J1 weight 1.0OJ jounds; cm Imsieuut lu-'l
Advs. Under This Head One Cent i Word.
'?6n RENr-Tvi: "(oT8T;aRY huildin(T
V No U8Wjoining avonuo, next to Dlmo
Bank, will bo entiicly loiuodoled, fmnishul
with ulevatoi and inula Huittbln foi nput
muiit stole luiiuilo of J N. RICE, Muins
RENT 'IHi: CORNER STOKE
1 known ns tho alloy Hou&o Slioo Moie.
rornei i'ninkllu nnd Laakawauu.i avenuca
Iminlro 30 Lickawniiua nvenuo JOSEPH
.'Oil RENT-101 SPRUCE STREET.
Uonriilng liousoor familj ; desliable In-
quiio loJU Washington avenuo
,OR RENT-ELEVEN-ROOM DWELLING
liouso, with all moduli! improvements,
lent iiiudurarn. Apply I.".' Mndlsnu nvouuo
IOR RENT- THE THREE I'LOORs OVER
J No 4i0 Spinet) street, now occupied by
tho Rowing Association, possession Apiil 1st
lnqulro ot PRED WAGNER, ill Lackawanna
CHIROPODIST AND .MANICURE
pORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING
v. nails cured without tho leust pain or
drawing blood Consultation and ndvlio siveu
fiee. E. M HETSKL. Chiropodist, ivW Lack
awatiua avenue. Lsdlcs ntteudeil at their
resldenco if deslrfd. Clinrges moderate.
.( U. BHIGGS CLEANB PRIVY VAULTS
iv. and cess tools: in odor; improved
pumps used. A. HRIQGS, Pioprfotor,
Leave orders 1100 North Muln avenue, or
Erckes' drug storo. corner Adams aad Mufe
berry. 'lelcAiho CMi
IS IN FULL SWING.
Advs. Under This Mead One Cent a Word.
WANTCI) -5 000 AOKNTS KOH UUS
Heirs antliorloil "MVKS or McKIN
l.EY AND JlOBAIir," MB pftffcH olcitnntly
Itl.t.tina. n,l nlllonllu 1 I I ...l........ f linK nn ,
I tontjoiits nnd tlio fiolijlit paid. fSrllooks
' now ready; suo tlmo by Bending W ( outs in
, stiunps for nn outfit nt onto Addioss A, U
WOKTlllNOTON & CO,, Hartfoid. Conn.
I YAantkd-somcitoks; no di:mvch
I V intr. nocolloctlnsi positlun iierinauoiit
I liiy eolly: Btato ae, ULCN UltOTHEltb;
Koclicstor, N. Y
"WANTED- GENEHAIj AGENTS IN EV-
v civ county; also lady cnuvassorsiHomu
thlntt now, suro sutler; apply quick J, C.
IIIEUEHT, 141 Admus nvunue, Scranton, Pa
I A QENTS-WHAT AKE YOU GOING TO
I iV. do about Safo Cltlionslilp-prloo SI. Go
I iue by thousnndi Address, NICHOLS,
I Nnpenllle, 111.
A OENTS-TO BELL OUH PKACTICAti
7 V. gold, silver, nlckol and coppor olectro
plasters; in Ices from S3 upward: salary and
expanses paid: outfit free. Addross, with
HaiinjinCHIOAN MEG CO., Chicago
SJTi weeltly and oxnonsos: oxparluuco un
necessary CONSOLIDATED iiro CO. 4i
Van lluiun st , Chicago,
FURNISHED KOOAIS roRltUNT.
Advs. Under Tills Head One Cent u Word.
J for llelit housekcuplug, Jefforsonaenue.
Address H , Tribune ofllco.
Ads. Under This Head One Cent a Word,
TToUNG -MAN oT'CIUVlTACEft'AND
V somo lnisliiesM nblllty can buy s, lialf in
torost in nn established p lying business in
good loeitlon In Scranton, work too hard for
one. Advortlsei is jouug man well Known
among business men in Lackawanna county
dm Inir past ten oirs All communications
strletlv oonfldenti il. Address UUblNESS
I OPPOHTUN1TY, caro Tribune.
BUY SOME WHEAT IMMEDIATELY;
writo ns for our daily information and
book, 'Good Advice;" wo can mnko vou
somo money; lefoiencos, A 1", liOUbl' & CO.,
Bmlfois and Brokeis, U Pino St , Now York,
TOV CAN MAKE SOME MONEY BY IN
1 vesting in sporulntiou immediately; send
for our booklot, "Good Advico" and u illy in
formation A. F. BORST & CO., 1) Pino St ,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
D" 6" YOU "WANT" TO liU Y"rTlOMlT?
Hero's n great birgiin; 11-1 Penn avo
nuo, adjoining Noith Park, Green Rldgu; B
looms, tin naco, hot and sold water; lot SJxlUl,
ucllnr under whole house; fine liwn, stono
walks; property worth 53,'JUO, no reason iblo
ofter refusod; must sell; part payment, bal
ance on tlmo to suit purchaser Address
TALI-IE MORGAN, caro of C. L Hawiay -'11
Wyoming nvniiue, Scrnnton
SITUATION WANTED-As butcher; will
ing to poddlo or tend maikot; good saus
agn makei. Address i! U Tui est court.
S ITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPEIU
onced giocery lerk; is strictly tompor
ate and honost: will do nny honest woik:
would llko to (olloct for a rellnblo firm; can
furnish reforonco; nUo give bonds. Address
HONESTY, Tribune otllco,
SITUATION WANTED-AS SUPERIN
tondent or forotmnof brickyard by ono
of oxtonsho expoi lance. Apply D, J. J,
lbSO Wnshburn street.
wrANTCD-SITUATI0N 11Y AN EXPERI
' encod butcher capablo of managing
business Address M. R , Tribune.
QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
O min, !M joais of ago, as tiroman: can glvo
good loforuncos Address S, W, U-'7 Short
avenue, Pailc Place, Pa,
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WISHES TO MAKE
ougagomontH for musing; terms, SS per
week: best of leftiouccs given. Address
NURSE, Tribune otlico.
WANTED-BY AN AMERICAN WIDOW,
with ono child, position as working
housekeeper; best refotoncos given Address
MRS. B.. UOil Davis stroot, Phllidelphla,
QITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
kj m.iu willing to do miy thing, c.m glvo ief
eronces, if loquitod. II 1, 1-J Oakford court,
T7-ANTED-SirUATION AS A STENOO
il laphoror ofllco nsslstuut by a oung
man; can glvo loferences Address J. J
Houses for Sale and for Rent,
If on contemplate purchasing or leas
ing u house, or want to Invest In a lot,
tee the lists of desirable property on
page 2 of I he 1 riuune.
Phy.sicinns ami Surucoim.
Dlt MARTIIA S nVnitlTT, SOS WASH
iugtou uve. Olltcu huuis until 10 a. in,
2 to 4, C lo S p. m.
MARY A. SUHPIir-HD. M. D.. 1IO.MU
oputhlst, No. J-b Adums uvenue.
Dlt A TUAl'OLD, SPKCIAI.IST IN
DlPcises of Women, coinei Wjomlnij;
nvenuo and Spiuce street, Scianton. Ol
flcc houib! Thuibday und Suturdavs, U
u in. to 0 p m.
nit. co.MKGYs-orricn no. 337 n
Washington avc. Hours, 1J in. to 3 p.
in Diseases of women a tyecialtv. Tel
ephone No. 2112.
Dlt. W. E. ALLEN, E12 NORTH WASH,
DR ANNA LAW. 303 WYOMING AVE.
Oitlco hours, 3-11 u. in., 1-J p. in., 7-8 p. in.
DR L. M. OATHS, 125 WASHINGTON
uvenue. Olllce houis, 8 to 9 a. m , 130
to ,1 and 7 to i p. in. Residence 3W .Madi
DR, C I- TREAS, SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Tiuss Kitting and Kat Reduc
tion. Rooms a)il and 2U7 Mears Hullding.
Olilco telephone Uu3, Houis: 10 to 12
1 to I, 7 to 9,
DR. S. W. LAMEREAUX, A SPEcTaL
lst on chionlo diseaso of the heutt, lungs,
liver, kidney und genlto uilimiy or-ui-j-
will occupy thu otllce of Dr, Koos,
209 Washington Avenue,
Opp. Court House.
232 Adnms avcnilc. Olilco hours, 1 to 5
W. G. ROOK, VETERINARY-SuTn
L'eon Hoises, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton.
JTfleplioilo 2G72. .
h'RANIC E. HOYI-E, ATORNEY AND
counselloi-at-lavv. Uun building, room3
13 and 14, Washington uvenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY,
221 Wjonilng nvenuo.
JEPKREYS & RUDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-law,
Cominonw qalth Hullding.
WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
nml Colinsellors-at-lavv, Republican
building, Wushlnt'ton avenuo, Scranton,
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
and Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
W. II. JESSUP,
W. H. JESSUP, JR.
PATTERSON & WII-COX, TRADERS'
National Hank Building.
AI-rRED HAND, WILIAM J HAND.
Attorneys nnd CotuiRellois, Conimon
wcalth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 2L
1-RANK T. OKELT-. ATTORNEY-AT-I-aw,
Room C, Coal Exchange, Scianton,
JAMES W. OAKPORD, ATTORNEY-AT-1-avv,
Rooms G3, 04 und Co, Common
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Olllce, Womlng nvenue, Scranton.
I.. A WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 I-ackawanna avc. Scranton, Pa,
URIE TOWNSEND, ATTOUNEY-AT-Lnvv,
Dime Rank Hullding, Scranton.
Money to loan iu laigc &ums ut 3 per
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORN.EY-AT-Lavv,
Commonwealth building, Scranton.
C COMEGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. R REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real cstuto security.
Meais buildings, corner Washington
avonuo nnd Spruce street.
11. E KILLA.M, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wjomlng avenue, Scrnnton,Pn.
JAS J. II HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-I-avv,
43 Commonwealth bldg , Scran
ton. WATSON. DIEHI-. HAT-L & KEUMER
ER Attornevs and C6unsellois-at-I-avv;
Tiaders" National Bank Hiiildlng; rooms
C, 7, 8, 9, and 10; third lloor.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY, COM.MON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
vli e A gene j
EDWARD H DAVIS 1TITECT.
Rooms 24, 21 and 20, Commonwealth
E L WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICII
lear ot COG Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK, JR., ARCHITECT,
431 Spruce St., cor. Wash, avc, Scrnnton.
DROWN AND MORRIS, ARCHITECTS
Pi ico building, 12G Washington avenuo
T I. LACEY & SON, ARCHITECTS,
Tiaders" National Hank.
G T. KEI-LOW, 1001 W. LACKA. AVE.
"Bit K E! MGRAW, 303 SPRUCE
D r. h. r. reyn6lds. OPP P. O.
Dlt. E Y. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE.
nnC C. LAUHACH, 115 Wvomlngavo.
R. M STRATTON, OFFICE COAL Ex
change. WELCOME C. SNOVER. 421 LiACKA.
uve Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 0.
MRS. M E DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
SCHOOL OP THE LACKAWANNA
Scranton, Pa., prepares boys and glrli
for college oi business; thoroughly
ttalns oimg childien. Catalogue at re
quest. REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER H. HUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams uvenue. Splint;
term Apiil 13 Klndeigarten $10 per teim.
G R. CLARK & CO., SEEDMEN AND
Niiisujmfii. store 140 Washington ave
nue, green house, 1350 Noith Main ave
nue, stole telephone, 7b,
JOS KUETTHI-, REAR 511 LACKA
wannu avenue, Scianton, Pu., manufac.
tuicr of Wire Screens,
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANK-
Un uvenue Halts reasonable.
P. ZEIGLER. Proprietor
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. I- & W.
passengci depot Conducted on the Eu.
lopeau plan, VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
UAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, plcnlm, paitles, rcceiitlons, wed
dings and conceit work furnished For
teims adduss R J. Hauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over HUlbert'a
MEGARGEE UROTIIERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, env dopes, paper bags, twine,
Waiehouse, 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P I1ROWN &. CO . WHOLE
salo dealeis tn Woodwaie, Coidage and
OII Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna a.ve
THOMAS AUliREY, EXPERT AC
countaut and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Wllllums Hullding, opposlto postolllce.
Agent for tho Re. File Extinguisher
THE TRIHUNH PUBLISHING CO,
North Wushlngton Avenue Llnotypu
Composition of all kinds quickly done.
Facilities unsurpassed In this region.