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THE 5qTMNTON TTtimJNJ3-TItURSDA.Y MORNING. FEBRUARY 11, 1897.
Concluded from Pago 1.1
Cuban leaders In the United States
have been aieated nnd Imprisoned be
cause they vveio suspected or nlottlni?
to break certain law?. It Is certain
that now under airest In Now Yoik Is
General Carlos UolofC, one of the chief
olllcers of our civil government, ns well
ns one of my most trusted lleutennnts.
It Is cot tain that American cruisers are
doing their utmost to cut off our sup
plies, and It Is certain that the sccie
tary of statu of the United states has
been negotiating with Spain for a set
tlement of the war.
"Would you say that the United
States was our ally after knowing thebo
things, or would you tay that In al
most every manner possible the Amer
ican government has not boon the friend
of those who opposed us? As lor the
seeietaiy of the United States, I have
every reason to regard him as an Intel
ligent and honotable gentleman, al
though I know absolutely nothing of
him personally and compaintlvolv lit
tle of bis life. He heems to have eivei
looked the fuct, howevei, that we ate
possessed of a civil government of our
own, and that such civil gov. eminent
has umong Its chief ofllceis u seeietaiy
of state, or us we call It a secretaiy of
"W have every confidence In the
nullity, sagacity, and patilotlsm of
Dr Rafael Fortuondo y Tama a, and
are willing to leave In his caie such
negotiations with other RovetnmentH
n.s are likely from time to time ailse.
Secretary Poitucindo has also a most
able assistant In the person of Dr.
Uttsebio Uernandc7, one- of the bialn
ltst men and tmest patilots that ever
lived In the city of Havana.
"The Ameiican government has veiy
wrongly Ignored the fact that the io
publtc of Cuba Is not meiely a name,
hut an established and maintained In
stitution, with all the olllceis necessary
o the propel ttansnctlon of govern
nontal buslnc-s We aie over ready to
hae our fi lends Intel cede for us in
whatever wnv they may think will le
Sound to oui gieatest benellt, but we
would wish them to know that we de
slie to be a parti, to whatever tiansac
tlon concerns, us.
"Howeei, when tho&e who do not in-line
tow aid Cuba in a fiiondlv way
take up matteis supposedly in our In
eiedts wclnne the right to say that wo
shall have- nothing to do with it. We
not alone have tho light, but we shall
"What, In your opinion, Oeneial Go
me:', will be tho attitude of the Incom
ing admlnlstiatlon tow aid Cuba?"
"I hae not been infotmod what the
Views of ail . McKlnlev aie concerning
us, but I Know htm to be a Inond-nilnd-d
Aineiican, In no sense a toady, but a
lioiuu-mnil" statesman, who, I am suiv,
will catefully guaid the gieat land
which has so lightly lionoied him, and,
at tho same time, not foi net that tho
whole of Ameilca belongs to Amei leans,
whether they bo of Saxon, Celtic or
"I do not believe that Pi evident Mc
Klnlpy will dpclaio the independence
of Cuba within a ery biief time after
nls assumption of oriice, but I do bPllevo
that he will Inquile into the condition
of affalis In this island and be willing
to accoid us .such lights as the laws
Dt nations and the dictates of human
ity entitle us to enjoy.
"Yes, I am pleased with tho selection
of Mi. Slipiman as seeietaiy of state.
All of us In Cuba aie pleased, for wo
belioe him a man of stalling; quali
ties, and one who will no moio shiilc
his lesponslbillty than will his eminent
"Do you think," I asked, "that tho
cause of Cuba has been pioppily tepre
sontod In the United States?"
"I ceitalnly do," replied General Go
mez. "Wo could not have had better
repiesentatlon In Amei lea. Mr. Palnm
:otnmands the lespeot of the Ameiican
people, ar.d Dr. Castillo, Mr. Guiteras
and Mr. Quesadi aie able and energetic
I informed tho Cuban comnnnder that
It had been intimated In certain quar
ters that the Junta in the United States
was not woiklng In entire accord with
the aimy in the field.
"You may brand that as a falsehood,"
replied General Oorae, w 1th much em
phasis. "We ai o all w orking for a com
mon end, and I am pleased to think that
oui leading Cubans, whether they be
In the United States or hete, uphold
each other's hands to the best of their
"Tnls fact, I think. Is a most potent
rebuttal to any Spanish statement that
we aie unfit for self-government. Thero
are no quarrels oi bickerings, and my
ordeis and those of Minister Palma or
President Clsueios aie obeyed as
piomptly and eheeitully as time and
clicumstan' ps will allow."
Gencial Gomez was then asked what
he consIdeiPd the stiensth of the pa
tiiot uimv. lie did not like the way
the question was put, evidently because
" New Woman " w ill
be a stronger wo
man than the old
,h0 tV fresh air nnd "le
f . 'ii,,iiiiiii)'ti riiiht exercise will
do much for her.
Fresh air is a great
a great nerve tonic
if a woman be iu
condition to take it,
A healthy wotnai
can avoid disease.
She can avoid tin:
ness" of her ser if
she pursues the
g same meuiocis win
S5" not cure her if she
be already sick.
Taken under medical direction, in con
nection with the right medicine, they
will help effect a cure, No women who
suffers at all from so-called "female weak
ness" should attempt -athletics of uuy
sort. She should first put herself into
possession of strong and hearty health by
taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
After she is thoroughly well, exercise and,
diversion will help to keep her well. The
cure should come first. Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription is designed and rec
ommended for only the one thing. It
nets directly upon one set of organs. No
matter what is the matter with them, it
will cure it. It will not cure anything
else. It is a wholesome tonic, an invig
orating nervine, or uerve-food as well as
a healing medicine, and thousands of
perfectly well women have found that by
taking it regularly during the period of
pregnancy, the danger and pain of par
turition were much lessened, and in
r-any cases, almost entirely obviated.
In every American household, there should lie
n copy of Ur. Pierce's great work, "Common
Sense Medical Adviser," itoS paces. Illustrated.
One copy fret to any address on receipt of at one
cent stamps to pay for mailing onlv. World's
Dispensary Msdical Association, Buffalo, N. Y,
tho word "considered" was urcd. How
ever, lp called Lieutenant Galvo nnd
explained that ho w lshed cei tain pupu 3.
Looking ovr them, Geneial Gomez sain
Willi" leading fltst ono sheet and then
MEN IN TUB PIBLD.
Wo havo at present a leglstcred totai
of tl.nOO men In all the provinces. Tholu
nie MO commissioned ofllcen, and of
these about 2." aie in the United States
or elsewhere abioad, Tho force Is div
ided In round numbers 'about ns fol
lows" In Santiago (Oiient, Gomez call
ed It), arc H.OOO men. In throe distinct
divisions, In Pucito Piinclpe (Cuma
Eiiny) there are ll.oOO, of which 3,000
or over arc cavalry. Of this 11.0J0
more than half belong to my Immediate
command, and pel haps will shoitlv be
In Las Villas (Santa Clara) piovlncc.
In Lns Villas arc G.GOO, neatly all cav
alr ; In Matnnzas aio about as many,
In Havana 2.S10, nd In Plnar del Mo
(Oeeldente) 3,000 The forces In Malan
zas, Havana and Plr.ar del Hlo consist
mostly of Infantry.
"As for aims, we have twenty-nine
cannons of all kinds, from the old Span
ish brass gun to the best make of
Hotrhklss tllle. About half these guns
weie seemed fiom tho enemy. The to
tal number of tides In out posjctslon
Is not moie than 23,000, pel haps several
thousand less Neai ly every coldler ha i
a machete, and I Acute that theie are
about 3,UOo l evolve rs in our army "
Geneial Gome, folded the papers and
handed them back to Galvo.
When asked about the stock of am
munition on hand he did not speak.
"Could you materially increase th'e
Ize or ynui aimy If you had plenty of
aims and ammunition?"
'I could march Into tho piovlncc of
Havana with 70,000 men In a month,"
leplled Geneial Gome, "and that would
mean tho almost Immediate needotn of
Cuba, for ono Cuban Is as good as two
Spnnlaids any time. More than that,
I am convinced that v. lth 50,000 men
piopeilv armed and c ciulppod, and sup
poitod liv attlllerv, the Spanish nimy
could bo dilven from Cuba within tlneo
'Geneial Gomez was then asked for
his opinion of Geneial Woyloi.
"All the win Id Knows my opinion of
that man He Is not a soldlei, like
Campos lie is not a man, like Campos.
Up Is not a Christian, li.te Campos
' What do I think of him' What
could anv Cuban think of him?
"What mart nil tine loveis of tight
and liberty the woild ovci think of a
man who, because lie has tho power
to punish innocent ones does not spate
them. He has not whlpoed tho Cuban
Aimy of Liberation, and what Is more
he cannot. Hut he can bum the cabins
of Hip poor, take the floui fiom the
mouths of peasant1-, and outiage our
wives, our daughters, and our sweet
hearts. "lie knows that the people of Cuba
ate fighting this w ar against Spain, and
ho knows that the women, yes, ana oven
tho children, pray to God fiom the
bottom of their heaits for the success
of on'- cause. If Wejlet was a ttuo
soldier I would tespect him, though he
opposed ut If his troops were true
soldlcis T would tespect them, oven
thoiiijh they come to hold Cuba In
"Hut ho is not a soldier, nor are his
men soldicis. They aio here to butcher,
deseciate, and destioy. They think tho
pcoplo of Cuba a lot of beasts whom
they must exteimlnate, it matteis not
THE riRK OF LIBERTY.
"I3ut how mistaken they ate. They
may bum our homes, destioy out
churches, mutilate our dead, and out
iage our women, but thev cannot ex
tinguish tho Ilio of liberty In our heaits
oi quench the detetminntlon tnat is
theie to obtain It.
"Cuba may bleed and weep and burn,
but God is with us, and the light will
come at last."
Fiom the time that Woyler'.s name
was mentioned Gomez was a diffetent
man. Ho sat uneasily in his chair and
spoko in a loud and clear tone, some
thing very unusual to him. His face,
usually calm, became radiant and his
eyes told the depth ot the feeling be
hind his woids.
In the midst of it he feelingly te
feried to Genetal Macoo and later to
hl son Pancho, who died with the
famous cavahy leader in Plnar del
Itlo, but he did not desire to hav e his
words lepeated. Their deaths have
cast a gloom over the gtand old sol
diet's mind, but he seldom tefers to
them except in a most geneial way.
When tho Cuban commander was
ngain calm I asked whether or not he
had thought of tetallatlon for the out
rages committeed by Spanish troops.
To this he leplled:
'Yes, the matter of tetallatlon has
bppn thought over time after time, but
Just as often have I decided, after con
sultation with my olllceis, that to do
so vnuld bilng us to the level of the
Spaniards in tho eyc3 of tho woild.
We wete alieady bianded as mui det
ers and tuiriansl and somehow the
wcild began to accept such a view of
"If wo should commit one-half the
outtnges that our enemies do, then tho
woild would believe and know that the
Spanish cliniactoilj'ation was ttuo But
wo shall not letaliate. Wo captuie
prisoners almost every day, but we do
not shoot them nor sublect them to
torttue. They are pilsoneis of wat and
aie Heated as such. Theie will be no
deviation train this rujo while I nm In
a position to contiol tho policy and
doings of the Cuban aimy. Weyloi.
may carry on his butcheiies, but 11a::
Imo Gomez will continue to fight
Spain and her armies without tho shed
ding of innocent blood In the name of
"Gencial Gome7, when Cuba Is fieo
will theto be any danger of a lace war
in tho island?"
"No, most emphatically no," ho an
swered. "Thero w 111 bo no color lino
diuwn. Theio Is no such distinction
made today, nnd theie will bo none
when the Cuban lepublic Is tecognlzed
na such by the nations of the eatth
"Theio is absolutolv no distinction
made In either the civ 11 or military
blanches of our government. I havo
negio generals, colonels, commandants
and captains. They have all won their
ranks and titles, and aie union;: my
bravest and most ttusted follow eis.
The propoitlon of white and coloicd
men In the nuny la about tho same, and
they mingle together as bt other pattlott,
no Lovn Fon Spaniards
"The coloted man In Cuba has no lovo
for the Spnnlaids, and our negio bieth-ri-n
are aw ate of tho fact that but foi
the ten years' war they, In all prob
ability, would be slaves today. As I
have already said, there Is no distinc
tion made in tho civil brunch of the
government. Piesldent Cls.'eros has
appointed more than 200 colored men
as prefectos and sub-prefectos out of a
total pf about, I believe, 030. They are
elllclent and willing, and among the
best tax collcctois In Santiago piov
Ince." General Gomez then related what he
termed "an amusing feature." A col
oted prelecto near auantannino had
collected taxes amounting to over $G,O0O
from his former master and owner, a
wealthy Spanlaid of the name of KOd-
--r ti -'jj
largest package extra v
THE N. K.
Chicago, St. Louis,
t lguez. The tolling of this stoi y pleased
Gomez, and ho laughed as he ended
It bv saving, ".and Itodi lguez did not
dare tefuse to pay either."
Following this General Comez stood
ui, thcieby signifying that I might dis
continue the fusillade of question Af
ter thankln hlin for his gieat kind
ness I said- "I wish to ask you just
one moio question. "How long will
this wni last?"
"Until Cuba Is free," he answered
quickly, and went Into the Iiouep.
To look at this Cuban geneial, who
consented to a long and tedious Intel -view,
It Is hard for ono to believe that
In a few months mote. If he lives, ho
will bo 75 yeats of ago. He Is ns blight
and bilsk as most men when they ai
twenty-tlve years younger, and his eye
Is ns snappy as those of the pietly Cu
ban senorltns who Hock fiom nil the
near-by country to see tho heto of the
Island. His health has been excellent
dining the past six months, and his
splilts weie most buoyant until he
heaul tho sad news fiom Plnar del Hlo.
MARKETS AND STOCKS.
Wnll Stii'i't ttevlfw.
New Yoik, Feb 10 In most respects
tho Btoek matl.ot v ns almost u counterpatt
of that on yeslerdaj. Dining the gi cater
part of the snslon the railway list i tile J
llim, vhlle tlii, ifiduatilal group dcvelopel
Renewed weakness, Sugai, how over
proved to be an exception It lan down to
110-a soon uftei tho opening, but subse
quently ioo to U2va on hott covulim
American Tobacco was extreme! v lcoil3h
dropping to CSit and closing at G9V4 In
the tatlway list theio wan geneiully sllrht
gains. Tho dcal'ags, howevei, were al
most entlrelv professional Delaware and
Hudson fell l'i and Jcisuy Central , but
later partially ieeoeied Sppculitlou
closed (pilot and lim in tone. Th" ntu!
sales weio lJ.OID hmco. Not ch l fe'e
show gains of 4Q'M per cent.
rurnlshed by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN tv. CO stock brokers. Meats build
tug, looms, 705-700
Open- High- Low- Clos
lnff est est lni
Am. Tobacco Co. . . bl.. TO'l CS1! CD'4
Am Sug. Itef Co 1114 1U 110"' 1UV,
At , To i So Te . . 11'6 14't H"h 14'
At., To & S Te Pi. . 2IH 2'L 2P& U"t
Cites, ir Ohio 17'i 17'm 17V 17"i
Chicago Gns 7GTs 77'S; 7ii"f 77Vs
Chic. & N. W 103 101 103'fc 101
Chic. n. S. Q 74 74 74 7li
C C C &. St. L 27 27 20j 2G'j
Chic , It. I. S. St. P... 7fl 7G"t 7"i 7C
Chic , It I X-Pac. ... G7'i 07 G7'i b7
Del. A: Hudson 103 lOS'i loJ'i 15JU,
D, L & W 153 1J3 l"2Vi lr)i':
Dlst &. C. F 1334 13 13'!5 IDs
Gen Dlectile 33 SJ'i i"! .'3
Lako Shore 131 ' 151 154 lot ,
LouK & Nashvlllo ..(50H 50i ."0& 309s
M. K. & Te Pi
Man Illeviited .
Nat Cordage ...
Nat. Lead . ...
29 2'J5h 20
90 S9li i'O
N. J. Ccnttal 98
N. Y., S. & W. Pr.
Pac. Mail . ...
Phil & Heading ..
Southern It. II .
Southern II It Pr.
Tenn C. &. lion
W. L. .
U. S. Leather . .
U. S Leather Pr.
U. S. Rubber ....
CHICAGO BOARD OI" TRADE PRICKS
Onen- HiKh- Low- Clos.
:.07 7 70
Scranton Hoard or Tiado Kvclinuga
(luotntions--All Quutatiou lluuod
on I'ur oflOO.
Scranton Laco Curtain Co
National HorlnK & Drill's Co. ..
First National Bank C30
Scranton Jai &. (Hopper Co
Elmhurst lioulevaid Co
Scranton Savings Bank 200
Bonta Plate Glass Co
Scranton Pacl.lnK Co
Lackawanna Iron . Steel Co. ...
Third National Hank 330
Till oop Novelty M'f'S. Co
Scranton Traction Co 13
Scranton Axlo Woiks
Tinders National Bank 113
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Replacer Co
Sctantou Bedding Co
Dime Dep & DIs. Bank Hi
Colliery Engiucoi 110
Scranton & Plttston Trac Co ...
Sciiinton Pass Railway, first
mortgage duo 1Q1S 110
People's Street Railway, first
mortn'ago duo 191S .... 110
OUR SEMI-ANNUAL ONE
All Goods Reduced
H - rl h - H
Hats and Furnishings, Too.
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
aluo. t-okl over hero, itliuio only by
New York, Boston, Philadelphia.
Scranton & Plttaton Trac. Co. ...
People's Street nalhvay, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School B
City of Scranton St. Imp. G. ...
Mt. Vetnon Coal Co
Scranton Axlo Works
Scranton Traction Co
Economy Steam, H. K. P. Co
New Yoik i'roiluco Market.
New Yoik, Peb. 10. rioiu Dull, 'neg
lected Wheat Dull, weaker: f. o b,
92'4c. , ungraded led, 73a9.Su.: No. 1 north
ei n, S7Sc, options closed weak at lnfV.
undei yesteiday , Kebiuuiy, 8Jdc ; March,
Slic ; May. S2'fcc, July, 79c; July, 79c;
September, 7o Coin Dull, weaker; No
2, 2SijC , elev'utor; 29'ic , nllont, options
vvcakei ; Ppbtunry, 28'.c; May, 29'vc ,
July, 30c Oats Laslei ; options oull
weakci, Pebruary. 21'ie.; May, 21'2e ;
July, 22'ic; spot pi Ices, No 2, 2Psa2140.;
No 2 white, 21c; No. 2 Chicago, 22Uc , No.
3, 20'ic , No. 3 white, 22c; mixed western,
21a23c, white do , 21aWc; white state, 21n
30c. Provisions Steady, uulet, un
changed. Laidr-Qulet, nominal. Butter
Steady; state dnliy, 10al9c; creamer,,
1JU2CC ; western creamery, I4a2l'4c ; uo.
factory, 7aHc ; Llglns, lV.c Imitation
cicamery, llnlSo. Cheese Strong, llrm,
unchanged. Dggs I'll met , state and
Pennsylvania 10c; Ice house, case, $2a3 '0,
western fieah, 154c, southern, ll'ialo'ip ;
t'hilndplpliiii I'lmisioii Mniliel.
Phlladolphln, Keb. 10 Provisions wore
nulet, but without mateilal change In
pi Ices. We quote. Tteef hams, $18 2.nl8 7n,
as to age and brand, potk, family, $10all;
hams, S P euied, In tierces, 8Ua9Uc , do.
smoked, 9ul0'4c , as-to uvciago and brand;
sides, ilbbed, In salt, Hial)4C : do. do.
smoked, B'aS'c ; shouldeis, pickle cured,
u'jaS'aC ; do, do. smoked, G'.aGc. , picnic
hams, S P cured, uari'.e , do do smoked,
0aG'c ; bellies, In pickle, according to av
erage, loose, Ga5'ic, bte.ikfast bacon, G'a
7VjC, as to bland and average, lard, pure
city rcllned, in tleices, -taCc ; do do, in
tub, 5a5'4c , do butchers', loose, 4c; city
tallow, In hogsheadE, 3c.; count! y do , 2V.a
3c, as to quality, and cakes, 3HC
Cliicngo Gram mid l'roisinn illnrket.
Chicago, Teb 10 Tho loading futures
tanged as follows- Wheat rebruniy,
75'4c., 74c ; May, 76'4c, TIjIsc; July, 71'ac ,
71c Corn Febtuary, 22c, 210; May,
24c, 23c, July, 23c, 224c. Oats rebltl
aty, l'ic, 13c ; May, 17c, 17c; July,
ISi.c , iVAc. Mess poik May, 57.75, $7.721..;
July, $7.85, $7.83 Laid May, $3 83, $3 8iMj;
July, $3 93, S3 92&. Short 1 lbs-May, $3 W4,
$3 97i; July, $4 03, $4 03. Cash quotations
weto as follows: riour Dull and steady,
unchanged; No. 2, spring wheat, 74Vi
76's.c , No 3 do , 74a77c ; No 2 red, Sl'a
87-8C, No. 2 corn, 22ic.; No 2 oats, lG'ic ;
No 2 te, 33a33'4c; No 2 barley, Slnt'ic.;
No 1 ilaxsced, 74a7Gc: prime timothy 3eeil,
$2 72'5, mess poik, $7.G0a7 03, lard, $J.70a
3 721;,, shoit libs, sides, $3S0ail0, sho'il
ders, $1 2"al 30, short clear sides, $4.12"2a
123, whiskey and sugats, unchanged.
liullulo I. he Stock.
Buffalo, N. Y, Teb. 10 Cattle Active
and higher, mixed Canada butchers', $S 43a
3 50, Canada stocker3, $i33aJE0; feeders,
$3C5a3 73 Veals Dull and lower at $ua
575; common to fair. $125a5 75 Hogs
Actlvo and higher; Yotkets, J3S0a3 85;
pigs, $3 75a3 75; mixed packers, $3 75a3S0,
mediums, J3 70a3 75 Sheep and lambs
Market dull and lower for lambs, sheep
stionget; best lambs, $3 15a5 25; fall to
good, $4 40t4 73: good to choice ntKed
sheep, ?3 90u4 23, common to fair, $3 40a3 73.
Oil City, Pa , Teb 10 Option
quoted, credit balances, 90c.
If the llnby Is Cuttins Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslovv's Soothing Syrup hai
been ttbed for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teethlnc, with perfect success It
soothes tho child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cutes wind colic and Is
the host remedy for diarrhoea. Scld
by druggists in every pat t of the world.
Bo sure and call for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
SoothinK Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
For Infants and Children.
tlnila Is en
AUDITOH'S NOTICE-IN RE ESTATE
of Nancy Parry, deoonsed, Into of Lacka
waiira countv, PonnsylVKnli
Tho und-rHlgned, an auditor, nppointed by
thu Orplinnb' Uirait of LaLfuwaunu county to
distlibuto lie funds in tho hinds ol Mnry
rolts, admlnistuitrK of tho estate of Nancy
Parry, dec ased heraby elves nooico that ho
will attend to tho dut cs of li.s appointment at
his ottico, room 810 Jloais Budding, Washing
ton nvinuo, in tho citv of -cranton. in s'lld
ciuntv on SvturJny, tlie Oth day of Jlarch,
A. D 'M)7, nt ton o'clock In the lorenoon, ht
which tlmo aud place nil pursous inteiested in
i buid estate, or liavlnj claims agnnst tho
I sain, must appat present tlmir claims and
bj heard or bo foi over dobaired from cominj
In on bid fund J. II WALKER Atulitoi,
- HALF PRICF. SALE 0?
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Our C. & W. Special
neck band, is a boon to the
Hade of Wamsutta riuslin, bosomed and cuffed with the best of linen and
made as well and worth as much as any dollar shirt ever produced.
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Known Through Qliv "Want" Columns.
CENT A WORD.
i:y to loan,
SALL, FOR rent.
l liSTATii. i:rc.
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IJITANTED-AN ID1JA. WHO CAN THINK
V of somo simple thing to patent? Pro
tect vour ldcns: thv tniy lnlng vou vvrnlth
Writu JONH WEDDhUBUItN & CO,. Dept.
C, 21, Patent Attorneys, Washington. D. O ,
for their 818IK) prize offer and list ot 100J biron
WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVEKY SEC
tion to cnuvnss $4.ro tn 83.00 n day
rntdo ; sells at flKht: nlo n mnn to toll Staplo
Goods to dealers; hist sido lino $73 n month;
sn'aty or lnrgo commission rosdo; uxperienco
nnnccossary. Clifton bojp mid Manufactur
inR Co , Cincinnati, O
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to tolirlt stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; lilcr money for agents: no
cipit.il lequllod EDWARD C. TIFl I: CO,
Borden Bloctr, Chicaso, 111
HELP WANTED FEMALES.
Advi Under Tills Head One Cent a Word
17ANTED-AN EXPLItlENCED COOK
' with cood rofcrouccs Annly from S to
0 a. m and 7 to S p. tn, MRS.
KINri 520 Monroo avenue.
T ADIES-1 J1AKE BIG WAGES DOING
J-J pleasant homo work, r.lid will gladly sond
full particulars to all sending 2 omtstarap
Mlhb Jl A. biEBBINS, Lavvrenco, Mich.
TX7ANTED-LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN-
ton to soil and introduce Snvdor's cako
iclnc: expoiienrtd canvasser preforrcd: work
j-cimanent and very piofltable Wrlto for
partlculais at once and wet benefit of holiday
trade '1. B SNYDER &. CO., Cinclumti. O.
W' ANTED IMMED1ATELY-TWO ENKU
gctlo hdeswomen to represont us
Guaranteed SO a day without interfering
with othot duties. Ilfalthlul oceupntion.
Writo for rnitliulars. enrlcslng stamp, Manen
Chemical Cctupsny, No. 72 John htrtet. Now
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
tug. nocolle-tfuz; position permanent
pay weekly: st ito age. GLEN BROTHERS,
ltochester, N. Y
WANTED-OENERAL AGENTS IN.EV
orv county ; also lady cauv assors; sotno
thing now; Biiro seller; apply quick J. C
HILIIERT, 141 Adams avonue, Scranton, Pa
WHAT ARE YOU GOIMG TO
I. do about Safo Citizensliip-prtce SI
ing by tliousunuj.
AGENTS-TO HELL OUR PRAC1ICAL
gold, sliver, nickel ana copper electro
plasters; 1 1 icca fiom S3 upward, salarytand
ixpei-ees pala: outfit free. Address, with
stamp. MICHIGAN MFG CO.. Chicago
AGENTS TO SELLG1GARS TO DEALERS;
f 23 eekly and expenses: oxpcrieiK o un
necessiry. CONSOLIDATED MFG CO. li
Van Iluren st , Chicago,
Advs, Under Thlj Head One Cent n Word.
IOR RENT-TWO HOUSES ON SANDEIJ
" son avonuo; ono with tvo largo lots, bam
andmoJern convoul'ticoj; tlu olhr a bp.iu
tlful cottage of nlno rooms laree lot nnd bo 111
tlful Ivwn: lent reavouablu, REYNOLDS,
TORRENT-DESIR BLE HOUSE, KYERY
X convonlonc, 7i0 Qulucj avehiu Iuquito
OR RENT-8-ROOM HOUSE JI0 BUTLER
street. Duutnoro. Inuu'ro ut obovo ad.
T70R RENT-ELEVF.N-ROQM DWELLING
X' house, with all modem linproruments,
rnnt model a-e. Apnlv 422 Mndlson avonuo
70R RENT-TUB THREE FLOORS OVER
J. No 430 Spruio stioet, now occupied by
the Rowing AHociatioii. pnscsilnn Apill 1st.
Inqnlroof FRED WAGNER, 511 Laekawauuu
Advs. Under Tills Head One Cent a WorJ.
T70R bALE-A SILVER PLATED CO.SN
I1 double bell euphonium, nicely engraved
with tiombono lell cold lined, ticnrlv now
and ccst tVO will sell at a Inigain Address
this week to L W GAYLOR, LaR.iysville,
1?OR SALE-HOHSF, AGI.D SIX YEARS
V weight l.CW iourds, can bu teen at 1U21
SAFE WAN FED.
Adv . Under This Head One Cent a Word.
V ANTED-MED1UM SIZED SAFE, SEND
dimensions and other descriptions to J
H. R caru Trihuuo ofllce.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent o Word.
T OST-YELLOW Pt'G; ANSWERS TO
al toward it
XJ numo of "Nod." liberal i ownra if ro'
turnod to LUTHER KELLER. .110 Uny ave
A B. BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
1. and tesa pools: no odor; Improved
pumps used. A.HRIGaS, Propiietor
Leave oiders 1100 North Mulu avonue, or
Erckes' drug store, corner Adams and Mul
berry, 'leluppono (1H4U.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING
nulls cured without tho least palu or
drawing blood Consultation and udv !c e givoti
free. E. M. BETHEL, Chiropodist, 330 Lack,
awautia nvenuo, Ladies attended at thulr
residence if desired. Charges moderate.
Shirt, with the patent
wearer of shirts.
FREE OF CHARGE.
WANTED. . . .
YOU'LL GET QUICK RETURNS
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY "XTkMe"5
Here s ft great birgain; 1721 Potmavo
nuo, ndjolnlnc; North Park, Groon Ridge; 0
rooms, f ui nucc, hot and cold water: lot 33sl8l;
cellar under wholo lionso; fine lawn, stone
walks; property worth Sl.OOl); no rcasoniihlo
offer tufnsed; must soil; part payment, bil
nnco on tinio to suit purchaser. Address
TALL1EMOHGAN, caieof U. L Hawley. 211
Wyoming. iveuuc, Scranton. j.
REAL LSI ATE INVESTMENTS.
Advs. Under This Head One Ccnt'a Word.
A" N 'EXCBPTIAlininiliKbllDESCE
propsrtv In best part of city; special
price Two Lackawanna nvonuo proporties,
prices will soil thorn quick. nollEfUTsSON &
IHTOHCOCK. ST5.C0J reat estate sold Blnco
January 1, lbJ7. 401 Lackawanna avonuc.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
voMtiug In speculation immodittely; send
fot our booklet, ' Good Advlco" and daily in
formation A P. BORbT & CO., 0 Pino St,
IN RE APPOINTMENT Or VIEWERS
to ascertain the costs, damages and es
pouses and assess the benefits ioi the con
sti notion of a sewer to dtain both sides
of Wyoming avenue fiom the main sewer
of the Fourteenth Sewer dlsttict to the
land lino of the Lackawanna Iron and Coal
company , both skies of Latch stteet, from
Wyoming nvenuo to Washington avenue;
and the westeily side of Washington ave
nue from Larch stteet to the southtly
line of tho Gorman cemetery, In the Thlr
trenth ward of Scranton. In the court of
common pleas of Lackawanna county,
No 230, Janunrv Term, 1897
Notice is heieby given that we, tho un
dei "igned vieweis In the above mattei,
tiled our tcport in the office of the pio
thonotary of Lackawanna county on tho
3id day of Pebruaty, 1897
We find that none of the propcitles ef
fected by tho construction of said fewer
will be damaged by Its construction.
The following Is a schedule of benefits
as found by us In eald report, viz :
Name of Owner. rt.
Anthonv Beck 133
Jatne'S Mauley, Est,
James Manley, Est,
Mis. Mary O'Malley
Michael V Sweeny.
Daniel O'Haia . .
Mrs n A Hoban ..
Miclnel P. Sweeney
Mif. H. A Hoban .
Mis p. A. Hoban
Mts Ellen Cleveland, 40
Mis. Ellen Cleveland 40
Mn Ellen Cleveland 2t.J
Mis M L HopHns 30
Mis, Mary Waimun
Mis B'A Hoban
Alfred Metculf, Est
Mis B A Hoban
Mrs It A Hoban .
Maty Jordou . . ..
James Quinn . .
WillUim Qulhn .
J B Ammanu .
J B Animnnn
J B Ammunn
Mai tin Williams
84 5 190 74
89 73205 70
T'lIpe pxccntlons nie Illed to the lenott
of vlcwei within thlity (30) duys fiom the
date llllug. the haul lepoit win ue con-
J VI Walker,
EZRA C BROWNING,
DAVID T JENKINS,
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR MARTHA S. EVER1TT, 30S WASH
lngton ave Office hours until 10 a. m ,
2 to 4, 0 to 8 p. m.
MARY A. SHEPHERD. M D., HOME
opathlst, No 223 Adams avenue.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Discuses of Women, coinet Wyoming
avenuo and Spruoo street, Soianton, Of
fleo hours, Thursday and faatuidays, 9
u. in to 0 p. in
DR. COMEGYS-OPPICE NO 337 N
Washington ave. Hours, 12 m to 3 p.
in. Diseases of women a sptclalty. Tel
ephone No. 2222.
DR W. E ALLEN. 012 NORTH WASH,
DR ANNA LAW. 303 WYOMING AVE.
Oillco hours, 9-11 a. m . 1-3 p. in . 7-8 p. m.
DR L. M GATES, "l23 WASHINGTON
avenue. Ollice liouis, 8 to 9 a. in., 1.30
to i and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence 200 Madi
mi r I. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture, Tiuss Fitting und Fat Reduc
tion. Rooms 200 aim -mi Meats Building.
Ofllce telephone 13t,3. Hours: 10 to 12,
z to 4. i to .
DR. S. W LAMEREAUX. A SPECIAL
Ut on chronic disease of tho heart, lungs,
liver, kidney and genlto urlnaiy or
gars, will occupy the ofllco of Dr. Roos,
DR. JOHN C. PRICE, 339 WASHINGTON'
avenue. Oillco hours 8 to 10 u. in.; 2 to
4 und 7 to S P. m.
non - tearing cushion split
i a an i
232 Adams avenue,
Ofllco hdurs, 1 to C
W. G. ROOK, VETERINARY SUK-
goon Horses, Cnttlo and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton.
Teleph ono2G72. t
PRANK E. BOYLE. ATORNEY AND
counscllor-nt-livv. Burr building, rooms
13 and 11, Washington avonuo.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY,
Rooms 212-13-14 Commonwealth Bldg.
JErPREYS & RUDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-law.
WARREN &. KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-lawj Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scianton,
JESSUP & JESSUP,ATTORNEYS AND
and Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington nvenue.
W. H. JESSUP,
W. H. JESSUP, JR.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILIAM J HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Roo ms 19. 20 a nd 21.
TRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 6, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKrORD, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Rooms C3. 04 and .03, Common,
SAMUEL W. EDGAR, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Office, Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
L A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave , Scranton, Pa.
URID TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Dime Bank Building, Scranton.
Money to .loan in largo sums at 5 per
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Commonwealth building, Scranton,
C. COMEGYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATT0RNKY-L0AN3
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears buildings, corner Washington
nvenuo and Spiuco street.
B T. KILL-AM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120JVyoming nvenue, Scranton. Pa.
JASrj. II. HAMILTON. ATTQRNEY.
at-Law, 43 Commonwealth bids., Scran
ton. WATSON. DIEHL, HALL & KEMMER
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Lavv;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
0, 7, 8, 9, and 10; third floor.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY. COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCTITECT.
Rooms 21, 23 and 20, Commonwealth
bulldl n g, Scranton.
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of COO Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR ,
435 Spruce St , cor. Wash.
BROWN AND MORRIS. ARCHITECTS.
Price building, 120 Washington avenue,
T. I. LACEY & SON, ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
G. I KELLOW, 1001 W. LACKA. AVE.
L. M'GRAW, 303 SPRUCB
DR. II. P. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
E. Y. HARRISON.J13 S. MAIN AVE.
C. C. LAUBACH. 115 W'yomlng ave.
R. M STRATTON,
OFFICE COAL EX-
WELCOME C. SNOVER.
ive. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2
MRS M. E DAVIS. 420 Adams avenue.
SCHOOL OP 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 BUBLL ...
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Spring
term April 13 KlndergartenSlO per term.
Q R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMEN AND
Nuiserymen, store 14G Washington avq.
nuo, green hojse, 1330 North Main ave.
nue, store telephone, 782
JOS KUETTEL. REAR BU LACKA
wanna nvenuo, Scianton, Pa, manufic
turer of Wiro Screens
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CATE. 123 AND 127 FRANK.
lln nvenue. Rates reasonable
P. KKIGLHR. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L W.
passengei depot Conducted on the EU.
jopean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
11 UTHR'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed.
dings and concert work furnished Por
teims address R. J Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming uvenue, over Hulbort'J
MEGARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine,
Warehouse, 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P BROWN H CO , WHOLE,
sale dealers In Woodware, Cbrdage and
Oil Cloth, J20 West Lackawanna ave,
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT AC.
ccfuntunt and auditor Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams Building, opposlto postolllre,
Agent for thu Hex Flie Extinguisher
THE TRIBUNE PUBLLSULNO CO,,
North Wushltiijton Avonue LinotypiJ
Composition of all kinds, quickly dons.
Facilities unsuipassed In this region.