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THE SOTMNTON TUIBUNE-STUTlDAy MOTlNIKGr. FEBRUARY 13, 1807.
VERY DULL DAY IN
SENATE AND HOUSE
Open Session In Upper Branch Lasts
Cut One Hour.
ARBITRATION TREATY DISCUSSED
The House Devotes tin) I)ny to Con
sideration of tlio Postolllce Appro
priation IJill--Vnj9 tnul Means
Committee Arranging Steel Sclicil-nle--Othor
Washington, Fob. 12 The fight for
the Nleningun canal ptojpet was not
dcltnitulv closed for the session two
dnvs ago when Mr. Morgan, of Ala
buna, vlthdrew the 1)111 from present
consideration. A new phase of It was
opened today by the Intioduetlon of a
joint le.olutlon declatlni; the Clnyton
Bulwei tieaty of Apill 19, lSf.O, tilno
gated. The joint lesolutlun went over
till tomonow, Mr. Moigan announcing
his puipose of then addi easing the sen
ate upon It.
Neither has the defeat of the plan to
have the West Point cadets at the In
augural pat ado been tegaided as llnal,
b the I ejection of the Item for that
iutpou In thcinllltaiy academy nppio
ptlatlon bill two oi thtee weeks ago a
bill fot the pattlclp.Ulun of the cadets
of the naval and mllltuiy academies
having been lntioduced by Mi. Pi ye,
The special expenses of the senate
for the Inaugutatloti eeiemony weio
provided foi by the passage of a joint
l evolution appropiiatlng $3,000 for the
The resolution heietofoio lntioduced
b Mi. l'ettlgiow, of South Dakota,
for an Inquiry by the committee on
public lands Into the l.sue of a patent
foi the 1'eirine grant of land In riot
Ida was taken up and was, undei an
lmpetatlve nile of the senate, lefened
to the committee on continent ex
penses. The question of the right of eongicss
to recall from the piesldent a bill sent
to hlin foi his approval (except to tor
lect an on or in engrossment oi cmoll
ment) tame up again today and was
undei n lesolutlon offeied by Ml. Hill,
ot New Yoik, oi deled to the judicial y
committee foi examination and lepott.
Mi Hill also offeied a lesolutlon, which
was agited to, diiecting the secietiuy
of state to use his good otllces with the
Spanish government to have Silvester
Snivel, the Ameilcan newspapei toi
respondent lecentlv anested In Cuba,
transfened to Havana In ordei that
he will be undei the Immediate eate
and piotection of the United States
The open session of the senate lasted
onlv an houi. Then the galleiles weie
cleared, the dooi.s weie closed and the
consideration of the aibltration tieaty
was lesumed In executive session.
The house devoted the da to the
eonsldeiatlon of the postolllce nppro
ptlation bill An effort to stilke out
the provision for special mall facili
ties between lioston and New Oilcans
was defeated, but an amendment to
the section was agieed to, making this
seivlce opeiatlve between New Yoik
and New Oi leans onlv This allowed a
l eduction of about $25,000 In this ap
piopriatlon, leaving it nt $171, 20S. One
oi two amendments of nilnoi Inipor
tnnce was agieed to and the bill passed.
The sundiy civil appiopiiatlon bill
was taken up and Its lit st leading be
gun. The house adjoin nod until tomor
row, doing nwa with the usual Til
day night session.
ARRANGING STEEL, SCHEDULE.
A number of small Items in the Iron
and steel schedule occupied the atten
tion today of the Republican mem
beis of the ways and means commit
tee Nickel was left on the fiee list,
where It was placed in the piesent law.
The basket clause, which included
manufaetuted ai tides not specially
provided for in the piesent law, com
posed whollj or in pait of metal, and
whether pai tly or wholly manufac
tured, was changed fiom the existing
late of 35 pel cent, ad valoiem to the
McKlnley late of -I" per cent, ad valoi
em. This piactlcallv finishes the woik
on the lion and steel schedule, al
though ceitaln Items which were
passed over this week will tecelve eon
KILLS CATS IN THE PULPIT.
Realistic Viviseutiounl Sermon
Discourage Tobacco Using.
Ca-dlllac, Mich, Feb. 12 The an
nouncement that tho Hev. W. L Lauf
mnn, assisted by Dr. C. E Millet, would
kill two cats In the pulpit of the Meth
odist chuicli. to lllusti ite Laufman's
set n.oii on tobacco, was milllclent to
pack the church. Piomlnent on the
pulpit weie packages of llnecut, and
plug chewing tobacco. Holding; aloft
.1 pound plug ol tobacco, he assuied
his heaieis that It contained enough
gialns of nicotine to kill 200 men Then
the eats weie biought up by Dr. Mil
It i An assistant held them while the
doetoi adminloteied the nicotine. The
llrst one died In a minute and a half,
while the attendant held it, and thiee
drops of nicotine weie placed on Its
The next cat, a large one, was admin
lsteied only two diops, the puipose be
ing to Illustrate the sickness and spisms
which the Hist dose of tobacco cio
ates. A second dose of two diops, unci
in a minute nnd a cpiaitot tho cat was
dead. The Rev. Laufman announced
that next Sunday he would kill some
moie cats to show the effect of alcohol,
and also have on exhibition the stomach
of u drunkard
EMIR OF NUPE OVERTHROWN.
l'nlnco oftho Fulnh Hulur in Africa Is
Taken by the Ilritlsh.
London, Feb. 12 Sir Geoige Goldle,
commanding the Royal Niger com
pany's expedition against the emir of
Nupe, cables fiom the palace of the
emir at Blda on Jan. 29, saying that
the palace has been captuied and that
all the members of the expedition ate
well. Dispatches of yesterday stated
that Rlda was to bo bombaided on Jan.
27. A pilvato telegiam today adds
that one Rtltlsh olllcer. Lieutenant
Thomson, of tho Lelcestershlte legl
ment, was killed,
The capture of Clda 'piobably com
pletes tho destiuctlon of the Fulah
power, and will most likely add to the
tenltory of Groat Hiltain in Afiica.
Tho dispute between tho emh of Nupe
and the Niger company Is ono of long
standing, and, among other things,
giew out of tho emli'a pi notice of
executing slaves bv the wholesale, af
ter raiding tonltoiy under tho pro
tection of tho company In order to
obtain victims. Sir George Goitre,
founder unit deputy governor of the
Royal Niger company, has lepeatedly
warned the emir during past yents,
and In 189.', accompanied by Loid Scar
borough, ho visited Ulda and warned
the Fulah uiler that It the massaereB
of slaves were not stopped the emir
and his followers would have to reck
on with the Niger company.
Tor a time Inter the practice com
plained of censed, but Inst enr it was
renewed, the emir raiding territory un
der the protection of the company, nnd
eventually it wns decided to send a
punitive expedition to llldn. It con
sisted of G00 Pausa tioops, bIx Maxim
lapld-flto gun, twenty-six mounted
European olllcers and 900 can lei s,
backed by a llotllla of stein-wheel
tlver steamers belonging to the com
pany. The Fulnh nrmy wns said to number
nearly 20,000 foot nnd 2,000 cavalry.
The emir of Nupe Is the most power
ful vnssel of the gieat Mohammedan
emplio of Sokoto.
Appointment Seems to lime llcon
1'inulicnlly Decided Upon.
Canton, O., Feb 12. Whatever may
bo the decision concerning New York's
ropiesentntlon In the Incoming cnblnot,
the Emplio state seems likely to gain
the plum of the diplomatic appoint
ments, and Chnuncey M. Depow will,
It Is believed, be the next ambassador
of the United States to the coutt of St.
The appointment of Ml. Depew,
while not olllclally announced, seems
to have been pinctlcally decided upon,
and will piobably leceive authentic
confii mation nt the hands of Now
Yoik's piomlnent citizen within the
ne.xt few dnvs
The Disruption of the Steel Rail Pool
Stimulates Trade in Many Direc
tionsMoney Alarket Easy.
Now Yoik, Feb. 12. R. G. Dun & Co
will say in theli Review of Tracle today:
No other event of the week ap
pioaches in Impoitnnce the dlstuptlon
of the stel rail pool. In two days af
ter It, a mentei tonnage of rails was
piobably suipassed than the entlie pio
ductlon Inst jeai The amount Is ic
poi ttd at fcOO.OOO tons and instead of $2S
In December and $21 In Januniv, $17 is
now the ptlee at which woiks east and
west aie seeking oulers The Cainegle
tompanj aie selling at $17 Chicago de
liveiy These sales will employ many
thousand hands with an impoitant Irr
ciease In the tost of Hack laving oi
lenewnls to uiilioads. Even mole Im
poitant Is the tesult that leconsttuc
tion of the billet pool will be Impossi
ble, as long as the contest over tails
continues and the manufnctuier of
stiuctuial foims, bais, lods, file nails
and many other ptoducts has a chance
to secuie cheap mateilal. .
Another event of Intluence is the
pmehnse of 750,000 pieces of piint cloths
at 2 66 cents, which has alteady caused
an advance to 2 C'J cents wlthn stiong
er tone fot ptlnts and other cotton
goods. The moial Intluence ot such a
pin chase, manifesting confidence In the
lutuie Is apt to be great. As the con
tract to .shut down pait time many
mills producing print cloths Is going
into effect, the ptoductive capacity and
wages ot opeiatlves w 111 be for a time
li'duced, but If a demand of tradeis to
leplenlsh stocks Is stdited, the oftect
was altogether bonelklal The woolen
Industiy nlso meets an Inci eased de
mand foi new and medium goods, and
a cloven mills have started against thiee
stopping for vaiious leasons.
Speculation In pioducts has haidly
been more active than of late, and
pi Ices geneially tend downwaul.
Wheat lose a cent to Tuesday, but has
since declined 2.27 cents. The cotton
maiket has been depio.sed in like man
ner. The mills have cm tailed their
pioductlon, but it is piobable that not
mote than a tlfth of the spindles will
be stopped a thlid of each week for a
quaiteis of a jear. The money mai
ket continues easy w ith money accu
mulating heie rapidly. Tallin es for
tho past week have been 207 In the
United States against 321 last year
and 01 In Canada against 07 last year .
PREACHER ON A RAIL.
ICnnsns St)lc ol Protest Aguinst the
Wichita, Kan, Feb 12 Rev. John
Cogswell, an itlneiant evangelist, held
a meeting In a school house near Ctif
ton, In Lincoln count j, In which he
made last night a fietce attack upon
dancing, caul plalng and other
amusements. He declaied that lltei
ary societies weie Institutions of the
devil, and denounced all who attended
them, lie then launched out In a
tirade agnlnst dancing, nnd nftei ex
hausting his vocabulaiy of epithets
to apply to those who engaged In such
amusements, reached a climax of de
nunciation b calling all women and
gills who danced "hell-eats."
The "scimoti" aroused Intense feel
ing In the nolghboihood and the oung
men lesolved to punish the pieacher.
Accoidlngly a committee of them took
hiin out of bed, clad only in his night
clothes, and rode him two miles on a
i all. They then gave him a tongue
lashing, and told hlin they would give
him just twenty-four houis to leave
the county He was infoimed that If
he hud not depaited by that time they
would apply a coat of tar and feath
ers. He was In a pitiable condition fiom
cold and fright, and tho nelghbois
made up a small purse for him He
was wholly unable to wnlk, and had to
be hauled to the lallway station, where
he took the Hist tialn, not saving
wheie he was going.
FAA1INE AT JUDBULP00R.
Terrible Sulluriug lor Want ol' Food.
Distress in 1'oorhouses.
Jubbulpoor, Feb. 12 On his way to
this city the special lepiesentntlve of
the Associated I'l esses, who Is examin
ing into the famine situation in India,
visited the poot houses of Rilaspur and
Kami. The inmates were found to be
Irr a deplorable condition, the building!
were ovei crowded and medical attend
ance w as lacking. Thei e Is an Immense
iiilgiatlon to the At-san tea gaidens,
1.C0O men going thoie weeklj, deseitlug
tlielt wives and families.
This place Is the wots.t of any part
of Cential Indln. The famine belt Is
1.S00 miles long and 400 miles wide
This Is upait from the scattered dis
tricts. Irr all the rice districts there Is no
chance of a food supply until Septem
ber. The government will be forced to
support nearly all 4he population for six
months, Whole villages are deserted
Out of tho 750,000 Inliabitnrrts of Jubbul
poor about 120,000 are now leeching te
ller. "I had erysipelas and nothing has
helped mo na much as Hood's Sarsapa
i ilia. It has also iclleved my husband
ot rheumatism and built us up after
the grip." Mrs, Jesse Travis, Mllfotd.
Hood's Pilla cure all liver Ills.
BOYER FOR GOVERNOR.
What a llarrlsburg I'jp:r lias to Say
About Various Real or Alleged
From tho Hnrrlsuuig I'ntrlot.
The number of candidates for gover
nor is becoming legion. The latest can
didates for tills high olllce aie Speaker
Doyer and Adjutant Gcncrul Stew at t.
People on tho hill who claim to know
say that Uoyer w 111 nnnounco himself
as a candidate at the pioper time. The
list of gubernatorial candidates at pies
ent comprises Congiessman William A
Stone, ot Allegheny; Congressman C.
W. Stone, of Wan en; Congtessmnn
elect William Council, ot Scinnton;
Congressman John Lelsenilnc, of Lu
7ci ne, Gencial John A. Wiley, of Frank
lin, commander of the Second bilgade,
and Secietaiy ot the Commonwealth
Tho wealthy men In tho govornotshlp
race aie Congressman-elect Connoll and
Congressman I.elsonilng. William Con
noll Is a wntm personal friend of Gov
ernor Hnstlnsg and he Is close to Quav.
He is todny one of the btst adherents)
of the Heaver j-tatesinen. In the com
bine struggle he was on the governors
side, but he never missed a chniice- to
say a cood woid for the "old man"
When Quav had won his chalimanshlp
light Mr. Connell was one of the flist ot
his opponents, to acknowledge defeat.
At no time have Connell and Quav In
their political telatlons been fur ttpuit.
General John A. Wiley, of Fianklln,
Is one of the full-Hedged candidates for
governor fiom the west. It Is undei
stood he is banking on the help of the
combine element In Allegheny county
Little Is heaul of General Wiley as a
dangerous gubernatorial candidate In
the leglslatuie. It Is believed he Is
playing his cauls to beadjustant genci
al of the next admlnisttation He is
well known nmonir the Guaidsmen ot
tho state and his suppoit emanates
largely fiom mllltaiv set vice.
Congressman Lelseniluir was a com
biner, but as a natiunal delegate to St.
Louis ho was one of the staunchest
men In favor of Quay for piesldent.
The comblntts uie voiy active and aie
giving out the Impression that Con-
gtessman W. A, Stone, of Allegheny,
will not bo consldcied by the Quayltes
because he w 111 not have the full back
ing ot his countv This will be title If
the factional waifare Is maintained,
and it Is piotty sure to assume a blttei
condition since Dick Quay has been
anested for libel.
Senator Quay Is expected to retaliate
when his kith and kin aio attacked.
Ma-;ee and Fllnn believe they have
enough votes In tho leglslatuie to pie
vent any chances in the chaiteis of
second class cities, but it h thought
heie that old man Quav will now take
off his coat and put up a light for "le
foim" in the government of the cities
that will make tho opposition hustle.
It Is understood that John Wnnn
mnkei will be tho candidate for gover
noi of his faction.
Tin; o1jUi:st postjuastkii.
Joseph Stiodo Hns Handled Letters
ioi t'illv-si Years.
Ti om the Pittsburg Dipatch.
The oldest postmnstet in continuous
feivlce in the United States lives In
Cential Pennsylvania. His name Is Jo
seph Stiode, and he lives at Sti ode's
Mill.s, a pietty village In Mllllln
This old ploneei postmaster, .says tho
Ciesson Recoid, has held the one posi
tion "luce 1S45, and still holds it at the
piesent time, although he Is now In his
tlghtv-flist venr. As a lecognitlon of
his long and faithful seivlce for the
government, the postolllce department
at Washington had his plctuie on exhi
bition at tho Woild's fair, and It was
consldeted one of the most Intel estlng
featuies of that gieat depaitment.
Sti ode's Mills is a quaint, old-fashioned
village situated in the heait of
Mllllln county. The country surround
ing It Is rich In faiming lands and val
uable oie and fcand mines. Although
the place Is over a centuiy old Its In
habitants only numbei 200. The peo
ple aio mostly well-to-do, and ever
since the establishment of the village
the lands have pasted down fiom one
geneiatlon to another, and veiy seldom
has It been that these handed-down
propel ties have gone out of the family
possession. They ate a happy lace of
people, contented with their lot, and
seldom If ever botheilng the outside
world. They aie in leallty a woild fo
themselves, and as such but little Is
evei head of them outside of their vil
In 1839 Aimot Strode received tho ap
pointment of postmaster dining Mar
tin Van Ruien's admlnisttation, and
continued irr olllce until his death In Au
gust, 1S43, Joseph Stiode, the present
postmaster, was made his assistant In
IS 10, and at his fathers death lecelved
the appointment through Cave' John
son, postmaster general urrder Presi
dent Polk. For the last ten veuis his
son, Amar A. Strode, has been his as
sistant. PENSION SHARK PUNISHED.
The Agent Mro Extorted Illegal Feos
horn n tdovv Sent to Jni'.
Pittsburg, Feb. 12. James D. Den
worth was todaj called before Judge
Butlington in the United States dlstilct
couit and sentenced to pay $1 and costs
of piosecutlon and undei go thtec
months' Impilsonnient in the Lycom
ing countv Jail
He was convicted at the October
term of couit at Wllllamspoit, Pa, for
extoiting Illegal pension fees fiom n
soldiers widow, lesidlng In Wllllamspoit
Bin it hi p
OUR SEMI-ANNUAL ONE-HALF PRICE SALE OF
Suits and Overcoats
Commences Monday, Feb. I
All Goods Reduced One-Half, for CASH ONLY.
Hats and Furnishings, Too.
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
It Is n well-known fnct that tho llo ot
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE8 so pre
occupies the SyHtcm that attacks tO DIS
EASE are PRUVENTllD.
Tho OFFICIAL Statistics of Oermnny
prow that peisons using HOMOEOPA
THIC HI.Ml.DtE3 live on nn nveiHgo of
TWENTY YEARS LONGER thnu those
who uo OLD SCHOOL MEDICINES.
Surtoicrs fiom Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Cntntrh, Asthma, Dvspopsln, Kidney
Disease, Hardness of Henrlng, Acute On
pillaty llrouchltls, Diseases of the Eye,
Urinary Disease, Plle, Lumbago, IV
malo Diseases, Coughs, Colds, Grippe nnd
I'nnmsis aie cotistuntiy expressing ine.r
heartfelt gratitude for the mliaculous euio
of these disease.
THURLOW A 8 CURES NEURALGIA.
Mrs. Sarah Molls, No 1S22 Washburn
street, Scrnnton, Eiys. "1 was entirely
eiucd or Neuralgln b one bottle of Tliui
low AS Neuralgia Cuie"
THURLOW A ii CURES DISEASES OT
Ml. W. L. King, 312 Mulberry stieet,
Scianton, sas: "I was stiff ei lug with m
ees, and wns under the cnio of a lesl
dcnl phiblclitu six months, he tlnully sent
me to an EYE SPECIALIST. I still grew
worse. I then went under ti eulmunt nt
the THURLOW MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
and was cured In ten dais."
If ou send a POSTAL CARD to
W3 SPRUCE ST, SCRANTON,
n PHYSICIAN will be sent to attend you
until cured, his services will cost ou
The Medicines nro mostly 2', cents.
EXAMINATION FREE at the olllce.
MARKETS AND STOCKS.
.Scrnnton Board ol '1'iadc Kvchiino
Qiiotntions--AII Quotations linsed
on Parol 100.
Scranton & l'ittston Trac. Co. ...
Scranton Lace Curtain Co
National Boring S. Di Ill's Co.
First National Bank
Scranton Jnr Ac Stopper Co. ..
Elmhurst Bouievatd Co
Scranton Savings Bank
Bonta Plate Glass Co
Scranton Packing Co
Lackawanna Iron & Steel Co. ...
Third National Bunk 350
Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co
Scranton Traction Co 15
bcranton Axlo Works
Weston Mill Co
Alexandet Car Replacer Co
Scranton Bedding Co
Dime Dcp. S. Dls. Bank .
Scranton Pass. Rallwaj, first
moitgage duo 1918 110
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Scrnnton & Plttston Trac. Co. ...
People's Street Rnllwuy, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lncka. Township School 0
City of Scranton St. Imp. C. ...
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scianton Traction Co
Economy Steam, H. & P. Co
Philadelphia l'lovisioir Market.
Phllidelphln, Feb 12 Provisions litlod
Rto.idv, with a model ate Jobbing tiacle.
We quote Beef hams, $1S 25alS 73, as to
age and biand: poik, famll, JlOill; hams,
S P. cured, In tierces, SnO'iC.; do.
smoked, 9-ilOHc., as to average and brand,
sides, ribbed, In salt, 4Ha4aC.; do. do.
smoked, 5lno1-.c ; shoulders, pickle cuied,
D'laii'tc ; do. do. smoked, OVLaC'jo ; picnic
lnms, S P. cuied, CaS'&c ; do do. smoked,
CaC'ic; bellies, In pickle, accoidlng to av
erage, loose, SjflK.c. ; breakfast bacon, (,'itii
7'Lc , as to bland and aveiage; laid, pute,
clt letMied, In tierces, 4a5c. ; do tlo , In
tubs, CaVjc: do. butcheis', loose, 4c; clt
tallow, In hogsheads, 3c ; countij do , 2'.a
"ie as to quajlti, and cakes 3'4c
ISulInlo Lho Mock.
Buffalo, Tob 12 Cattle Unchanged;
good to best veals, $J50a"; common to
fair, $1u0jG2'i Hogs Sttadv; Yorkers,
$J75aJS0, pigs, S3 70a3S5; mlxe 1 packers
J3 70a3 75, iough', $3a3 20, stags, $2 25a2.75
Sheep and lambs lOiluC. higher foi lambs,
sheep also strong; prime lambs, $3 35a5 19;
good to choice, J'a5 25, common to fair,
J4 r,0i4 90; culls, $3 S3a"i 40; mixed sheep,
good to choice, $4 10a4 33; common to fair,
J3 50a4, eulls, $J50a3 2'i, good to handy
wethers, $4 30a 4 50.
Chicnt;o Imp Stock.
Chicago, Teb. 12 Cattle Receipts, 100
head, market firm; common to extra
steers, 53 60a5 40, stockeis and feedeis,
$2 SOal 25, cow s and bulls, $1 S"a3 90, calves,
3j0 23; Texans, $2 10a4 30 Hogs Receipts,
28,000 head; market strong; heavj packing
and shipping lots, $3 25a3 45, common to
choice mixed, $3 50a3 50; choice assoited,
$Jl3a3 53 light, ?3 35a3 55; plus $3 25a3 25
Sheep Receipts, 7,000 head; market
strong; Infer lot to choice, $2 30al.
N'ot n Fair Division.
Heredltv Is most unjust,
And that's why I repine;
I have mi gieat grandfather's gout.
But haven't trot his wine.
McLandburgh Ihon in Life.
If the Hnby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup ha3
been used for over ilfty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success It
soothes tho child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold
by druggists In every part of the world.
Be sure and call for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Sirup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-llvo cents a bottle.
For Infauts and Children,
i fae- p ..
V AS lrrj V '
Our C. & W. Special
neck band, is a boon to the
Hade of Wamsutta Huslin, bosomed and cuffed with the best of linen and
made as well and worth as much as any dollar shirt ever produced.
If so, why not make jour
"wants" ktiown to the pub
lic thromjli an up-to-date
THC TR1MJKU is up-to-date,
and wantb your "want"
ONE CENT A WORD IN
II F.LP W ANTED-iH ALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
CALIISMEX-SS A DAY; NO CANVA9S
O lnRj no dollvorles; no collections; sim
ples free; sldo lino or oxclusivo, MFRS., 3'J11
Market street, I'hiladelpliin,
WANTED-AN IDEA. WHO CAN THINK
of some slmplo thinR to patent r Pro
tect v our ideas thov may tiling vou -Aotlth.
Wiito .TONH WEDDEItBUUN & CO,, Dept.
( S3, Patent Attorneyo, WashinRton. D. C ,
for their SlbiK) prize offer and list of 100U inven
WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVKRY SEC
Hon to canvass- $4 00 to 5.100 a day
mndo ; etlls at tlglit; also a man to sell Staple
Goods to ilealers; btst sldo lino S"5n month;
t-alary or lsrije commission mado; exporieneo
mmecn6Kaiy. Clifton boap and Manufactur
Ine Co , Cincinnati, O.
WANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
overy town to follclt stock subscrip
tlons; a monopoly; blc money for agents: no
capital required EDWARD C. FIbHJtCO,
Uordeii Block, Chlcaun, HI
HELP WAN 1'ED FEMALES.
Advs Under This Head One Cent a Word
7ANTED-AN EXPERIENCED COOK,
' ' with KOod leforencos. Apply from S to
fl a. m and 7 to 8 p m. MRS. T. H. WAT
KINS BJOMonioe ivenue.
LADIllb-1 MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
pleasant homo v.otk, and will glidly send
full particulr3 to oil sending 2 cunt stamp
WANTED-LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN
ton to sell and introduce Snvdor's cake
Icing; experlrnci'd canvasser preferred; woik
1 ennanent and very profitable Writs for
particulars at onco ami t'et bonellt of holiday
trade. T. B SNYDER & CO.. Cincinnati. O.
W" ANTED" 1UMEDIATELY-TWO ENER
cetic talesnomen to represent us
Gtiarantood JO a day without lntorfeiriug
with othor duties. llealthtul occupation.
Wrlto for j arth ulars, enclosing stamp, Mango
Chomical Ctmpany, No. 72 John fatreet, New-York-.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
AA -WANTED MEN AND WOMEN,
voung and old, to won: for us in men-
own homes in sparn time, day or evoning
Wo pay S10 to 315 par weok. No canvassing
Any child Lin do the worlc. bend nddross
today. We pond work at onco. THE VAIL
ART CO, Dept. 277. V ill, Pa.
TE DON'T WANT BOYS OR LOAFERS,
f V but men of ability; S-M to J0O I a mouth
to hustlers: stato and gorural agents: salirv
nnd commi-slon. RACINE FIR,! ENGINE
CO, Ra'lue. Wis.
AGENTS-ST. PATRICK'S DAY BUT
tonB bidges. shaniro-ks, omblems most
artistic designs: assorted siuiplos and cata
logue, ltlc GALLATIN G J York, Pa
ANTLD-SOLlCirORS: NO DELIVER
lug noLolloattiu; position perminont
pty weol.ly s:stu asc. GLEN BROiHERS;
Rochester, N Y.
WANTED-GENERAL AGENTS IN EV
orv county; also lidy canvasers, so no
thing new. suro seller; appl quick J. C.
HILBERT, HI Adams avenue, Scranton, Pa
AGENTS -WHAT ARE YOU GOIVG TO
do about bate CitUonslilp-prlco El II i
ing bj thousand Address, NICHOLb,
Napirv file, 111. .
AGLNTS-TO BELL OUR PRAC1ICAL
l,olcl, Blher. nlcltol and copper electro
plaster s; j l ices from 5J upwnril saliryaud
ixponses paid, outfit free. Addtios, with
Mump. MICHIGAN MFG CD.. Chicago
AGENTS TO hELL GIG ARS TO DEALERS;
J25 wtokly and expenses: oxiiorlenin nn
neccsstry CONSOLIDATED Ml G CO. ii
Van But en st , Chicago,
Advs, Under This Head One Cent a Word.
T70R RENr-8-ROOM HOUhE 10 BUTLER
I1 street, Duumoio, Iuipilro at abovo ad.
77011 RENT-ELEVEN-ROOM DWELLING
1' house, with all model u huprovemonts;
rent modera'o Ainily 422 Madls)ii avenuo
I70R RENT-THE THREE FLOORS OVER
I No 4i0 Spruco stroot, now occupied by
thu Rowing Assoc! ttlun; possesslnrt April 1st
Inquire ot FRED WAGNER, 11 Lackawanna
Advs. Under This Head One Cent o Word.
'i?dn SALE-A bILVER pi.ATED CO.NN
V double bell euphonium, rlcclj ungr.ived
with trombonu bell gold linvd: ncarlv new
and ccst SIX) will soil at n bargain Addieo
this week to E. W. GAYLOR, LKsW!U),
170K bALE-HORSE, AGED SIX YEARS
X1 weight 1,WW four-ds; can be ietn at 1U21
rURNISIIICD ROOMS WANTED.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
V F ANT ED-THREE VQ R .N I8H E D 1T0OM8
V with or without board, for flvo yonng
professional men; prriuunent; govl prices
lor tight placti. Address DENTIaT, Trib
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
X1 gas, bath, 1119 Jeffmaou avenue.
t V Jfft ff'
Shirl, with the patent
wearer of shirts.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
1 cither n siriplo or dortblo lmtisn W. T.
HAOKETT, Kcnl nstiitu Agent, 121 Washing
ton iivonuo. hns fcomo propui t'oi, to ltrallv 1
luted and ut North End thvtnio exceptionally
attrmtivu as homes or for Investment.
DO YOU WANT TO UUY A HOME!
Hore'sa gieat btigilu: lTl'l Pnunnvo
nuo, adjoining North lnik. Groan Rldt;e: 9
looms, ruinacc, hut nnd cold water; lotSdxlSl;
cellar under wliolo house,; Hue lawn, stone
walks: property worth SJ.tKXl: no lcasouithlo
offer re.ti.sed; must sell; part payment, hal
anco ou tlnio to suit purchaser Address
TALUK MORGAN, tare of U. L Ilawloy '11
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word,
Wit month throurrh our systom of syiull
cato speculation. Ponil for full explanatory
parnplibt. O'CONNOR is CO , 10 Wall St.,
YOU CAN MAKE SOME MONEY BY IN
vostlnp lnspcculstlon immedlatolj ; send
for our booklet, ' Good Ad Ice" anil d.illy In
formation A. F. BORST & CO , U Pino St ,
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING
nails cured without tho least pain or
drawing blood Consultation and advlco given
free. E. M. HETSEL, Chiropodist. J30 Lack
awanna avenue. Ladies attended at tnolr
residenco If desired. Charges modorate.
AB. BHIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools: r'o odor; improved
pumps used. A. BRIGGS, Proprietor.
Leavo ordors 1100 North Main avonue, or
Er ekes' drug store, corutr Adr,ms und Mul
berry. 'lUepriono UX4(.
SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG MAN,
O clionilst college educstlou; gonoral ana
lytical or manufacturing preferred Address
&., 'tribune oltlce,
ITUATION WANTED-AS COACHMAN
-f ror j)riaio lamny, uyn single iuuu; iias
had experlonco and can ulve good reforence.
Address A. II., 1125 Washburn street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY GIRL IN A
small family, or second girl. Addr oss 1W J
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN
kj -c ears uiu, as uieiimu, puiupinuu ur
stoam fitter holpot, or anything honorable,
--.. ...nlr 4..1..rln.l a,1,1- V WJ lir.o
uu(j uuriuuuvu auut ua,, u. ,, ., .uiv
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN ENER
gotio lady, as stenographer, typewriter,
cashlor or genoral ofhco work; has had expe
rience and can furnish good reference. Ad
dress N. J., Tribune oIHlo
WANTED-SITUATION AS IIOUSE
keopor. Address MRS THOMPbON,
"IV ANTED-blTUATION BY A GRADU
1 t nto Irom Wllllamsport Commercial
Collojo; bookkoopingor otllco work; an expe
rienced salesman, havo taught common school
and bro-keepini'. Address, for references,
O J. M., 132 Jllfflln avenue, city.
SITUATION IVANTED-As butcher; will
J ing to poddlo or tend market; good saus
ago m tkcr. Address S 12 Forest court.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPERI
eueed grocery ilork; Is strictly tomper
ate and honest: will tlo any honest work:
would like to colloct for 1 reliable firm; can
furnish rofernnce, also givj bonds. Address
HONESTY. Tiibune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AS SUPKRIN
tondeiit or fo-omanof brlckvard by ono
of ottonshe expoiienos. Apply D. J. J.,
KS 1 Waauourn snout.
QHUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
1J man, 20 j osrs of ujo, os fireman: can glv e
good references Address b, W., 1227 Short
avenue. Parle Pliro. Pa
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WISHES TO MAKE
engagements for nursing, terms, S3 par
wotk: best of rof, ronces t,i". en. Address
NUKSr, 'I rlbuno office
$5 Profit onTavcstment oTS
Paid to our clients during the past week,
Clieel.s for pioilts togothur with statement
nnllod eaih tatunlaj Under our bj stem of
bymlicato bpec illation we have bt-eu uliln tu
piy fiom 5 tofc per cent wrokly. Parsplilets
oxplaluhigoui methods, mailed freuou uppll
eatloi. SAM KELLER & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers.
Established 1SS7. 44 Broadway, New York
Physicians anil Surgeons.
DR. MARTHA S EVERITT, 303 WASH
Ington nve. Ollice hours until 10 a. m
2 to 4, 0 to S p. tn.
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M, D., HOME
opathlst, No, 2LS Adams uvenuc.
DR A TRAPOED, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenuo and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
fice hours, ThurBduy and Saturdavs, 9
a. in to 0 p. m.
DH COMEGYS-OrFICE NO 337 N.
Washington use. Hours, 12 m to 3 p,
in Dlse.ibea of women a speclult). Tel
tphbno No. 3232.
D-IT wT E. ALLEN, 512NORTII WASH,
DR. ANNA LAW. 303 WYOMING AVE.
Otllcu hours, 9-11 a in., 1-3 p. m.. 7-S p. 111
DR L. M. GATES, 125 WASIllNGTOI
avenue. Olllco hours, 8 to 9 a, m , 1.30
to 3 and 7 to 8 p, ru. Residenco 309 Mad!
DR C L FREAB, SPECIALIST IN
Huptuie, Truss Fitting and IV t Redue
tlo 11 Rooms 200 and 207 Meats Building.
Otllco telephone IM. Hours, 10 to 12,
2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DP. S. V LAMEREAUX, a"sPECIAL
Ist on chronlo dlseaso of thu heart, lungs,
liver, kidney and genito urinary or
gans, will occupy tho otllco of Dr. Roos,
DR. JOHN C. PRICE, 339 WASHINC1TON
avenuo, Ofllco hours 8 to 10 u. tn.j 2 to
4 und 7 to 8 p. 111,
V?W W (Ofl M S COS 9 LV
non - tearing cushion split
Opp. Court House.
222 Adnms avenue. Ofllco hours, 1 to 5
W. G. ItOOKr VETliniNA.UY SUU
Beon Horses, Cattla anil Doss treated,
lloopltal, 121 Linden street, Scranton.
THANK H. DOYLE. ATOHNUY AND
counsellor-nt-law. Uurr btillillnB, rooms
13 and II, WashlnBton avenuo.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTOHNEY,
Koornj 212-13-U Commonwealth Bids.
JEFFREYS &. RUDDY, ATTORNEYS-tit-law.
WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scranton,
JESSUP & jessupT attorneys and
and Counsellors at law. Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
W. H. JESSUP,
W. II. JESSUP. JR.
PATTERSON ft WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Rulldlng.
ALFRED HAND, WILIA1I J HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellois, Common
vvcalth btilldlnsf. Rboms 1920 and 21.
TRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room 0, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Rooms 63, CI and 60, Common
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Office, Wjomlng avenue, Scranton.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave , Scranton, Pi.
URIE TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY'-AT-Law,
Dime Bank Building, Scranton.
Money to loan In large sums at G per
C. R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Commonwealth bulldltiB, Scranton,
C. COMEGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mear3 buildings, corner Washington
avenuo and Spruco street.
B. T. KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS"j. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Lavv,
45 Commonwealth bldg , Scran
ton. WATSON, DIEHL. HALL & KEMMER
ER Attornejs and Counsellors-at-t,aw;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
6, 7, 8, 0, and 10; third floor.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY, COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
EDWARD II. DAVIS, AR.CTITECT.
Rooms 21, 25 and 20, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of C0flWashIngton avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK, JR., ARCHITECT,
435 Spruce St , cor. Wash, ave . Scranton.
BROWN AND MORRIS, ARCHITECTS.
Price building, 12G Washington avenuo,
T. I. LACEY & SON, ARCHITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
G. T. KELLOW, 1001 W. LACKA. AVE.
L. M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCE
DR. II. T. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DftJiJ. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming ave.
R. M. STRATTON, OFriCE COAL Ex
change. WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA.
ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS M. E DAVIS, 430 Adams avenuo.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA
Scranton, Pa , prepares boys and girls
for college or business; thoroughly
trains oung children. Catalogue at re
quest, REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER II. UUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Spring
term April 13 Kindergarten $10 per term.
G R CLARK & CO, SEEDMEN AND
Nurservmen; fatore 146 Washington ave.
nue, green house, 1350 North Main ave
nue: storo telephone. 782
JOS KUETTEL. REAR 511 LACKA
vvnnna avenue, Scranton, Pa manufac
turer of Wire Screens.
Hotels anil Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFI1. 125 AND 127 TRANK
lln avenue, Rates reasonable.
ECRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D . L fi. W.
nasseriKer depot. Conducted on the Eu.
ropcan plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC TOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and conceit woik furnished For
terms address, R J Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over llulbert'a
MEGARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, cuvc-lope-fc. paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 120 Washington avenue,
FRANK P BROWN & CO . WHOLE
solo deakrs In Woodwaro, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT AC
couutnnt and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postotllce.
Agent for tho Rex Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO,
North Washington Avenue I.lnotypi
Composition ot all kinds quickly dono
Fjcllltlua unsurpassed In this icglaiu