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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH , 1897.
PRIZE FIGHT BILL IS STILL PENDING Measure Calculated to Rob Corbett and Fitzsimmons of Glory. IT IS RESTING ON THE TABLE Soildto l'nsses tliu District of Colum bia Appropriation ItilN-Duluitu on tho Niiiul Approprintioii-Othcr Iliisinuss Transacted iu Congress. Wellington, March 1. The soiutto today in the space of. nbout nn liour and a linlf, passed the Dlstiict of Col umbia npprupiintlon 1)111. cnuyliiR Ileum to tho ninount of $7,444,677, lielitB nn ex cess or $1,655,000 over the bill as It passed -the house. Half of the amount Is to bo paid out of the tieasury of the United States and half out of the luvo nues of tin' District of Columbia. Then the nunl nppiopilntlun bill was taken up. It cuulcs $3",72S,L'M a little over tlnee and a half millions moie th.in the bill outiilmil when It passed the houso Two and a half mil lions of the sum, howevei, is for the purpose of establishing a Koveinment Aimoi faetoiy, and of pioduclnu; u mil lion ilullius woith of minor theieln, In case of the government not being1 able to make contiacts for armor ut the pi Ice to be fixed In the bill The in Re Is pioposed In on amend ment by the appioprlatlon committee at $400 pei ton, but a pioposltlon to mulie the avetase price $30 pel ton was made by Mi Chandler, of New Hampshlie, and on these seeial ptop osltlons a discussion was kepi up until hulf-past font, when, without any so lution ol the question the senate pio ceeiled to the discussion of executive business and afteiwaids took a lecess from C until 8 p m housi" phoce'Edincis. The house todnv p'issed a number of bills of a piivute cluuactei, deieated the 'economic postal bill," discussed and left pending the bill to piohlblt the etenslL publication b new spa -peis and periodicals of tin details of the doings of piU. lighters and ac counts of pilze, lights This measuie piovides that no plcluie or desnlp tlon ot any prbe light or encountei of pugilists undei whittiver name, oi any proposal oi ucord of betting on the tame, shall be tiansmltted In the malls ot the United btatcs or lv Inteistate comimice. whcthei in a newspapel or othei peiiodical, oi telegiam, or in any othei toim. Section J, that any poison sending such matter oi knowingly receiving such mattei ioi tiansmisslon, bv mall or Intel state commeice shall be deem ed truilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punishable by Impilfconinent foi not nioii' than live yeais at Hie disctetion of the court, oi by a line not exceed ing one thousand dollais Tne 1)111 does not piohlblt a bilef statement of the fight as a matter of news Tlie mattei was wannly discussed and a motion to lay It on the table agierd to Tills was Cone b a llslng vote aftei which Air. Aldrleh, of Illi nois, demanded the yeas aid iinyn on tho question His leiiuest was cut lied, one-llfth of those voting on the motion to table ctlng for a loll call Pending the call the house took a 10 cess until 10 o'clock tomouow. This leaves the measuie unfinished busi ness. SLAPPED FOR OFFERING A BRIBE. Mate Senutoi's Attack on a Gov ernor's Sji'cretnrj . Raleigh, X. C, Mai eh 1, Governor Kussell'h pi Hale secietary. Mi. Alex ander, was slapped In the face by Sen atoi Hatt duilng a contest In the sen ate oei the Noith Caiolina lallioad lease bill, and on the flooi of that body Alexandei was openb denounced foi having, as alleged, attempted to biibe Hyatt. Th6 latter is a Populist and a political opponent of the goveinoi Coventor Russell has been lnfoimod that Hvatt would vote against the bill to annul the Ipnse of the load, and Hy att declaies that SeciPtary Alexandei came to him fiom tho goveinoi and of feied him the position of secietary of the depattment of agilcultuie if he would vote foi the bill The oftei, Hvatt says, was made in the cloak room, and Hjatt tiled to knock Alex ander down. PENNSYLVANIA ENTERPRISE. The, Onmpuiiv Will Probably Connect witli S llkes-llaire and r.iisti'ru. Wllkes-Haite, Pa , Maich I A iinnor ih eunent heie today tuat has some Indications ot being coirect, that the Pennsylvania lallioad will ooon connect llielr llnu with tho Vv'Ilkes-lJatre and L'astein uiilioad In this city. William P. Hi man, piesident of the littei company, who lesldes here, when usUed about the deal was non-committal on the point. Some of the beht known railtoad men aie of the opinion that tile pioposed connection is not en tliely without a myth, as It is a well know n fact that the Pennsylvania Knll load company thiough pilvate agents has of late been pui chasing land ulong the bankH of tho Susquehanna liver which adjoins that of the Wllkes-Uane and Eastern lallioad. NO QUARTER FOR A AiURDERER. Vuiuly Confessed in tliu Hope of .Sav ing liis I. He. Cieen Castle, Ind Match 1, Rev. J. A. Lee, of Covington, K , confidential friend of Jackson and Walling, the coll ected muidereis of Peail Hiyan, at rlved here with a full confession from ANulllng, which he wished to present to the Rrjan tamlly and have them pe tition Governor Uiadley to commute "WallliiB'H sentence to life imprison munt. When he was half way to the Hiyan homestead he was met by Fied Htyun, who vuiy plainly told him he would have to discontinue his mission, as the fills For nillous anil Nor vous dUoruer such aa Wind and Pain In the Stomich. Sick Headache, 01ilul!ius,rulliie-s3 ami tiwelllns after meals, Oizzlnesi and Drowslntus.Cold Cliilh, 1'liiblilius of Heat. Loss or Apiiotltv, Hliortnias of Breath t'ostlv encss, Hlotchm on theHkln Disturbed hluut. Frightful Dreams and all Nervous and Trembliiu. Scm-ntlons r.wlun tlifBo ynu) tmftH aro i auoed bv'ionstlnatlon n most of tnom alp. Till! I llST UOSU WILL, OIVC HC 1.11.1' IN TWIiNTV MINUTLb. This is no fiction Kvery sufferer Is oai neatly iuvltod to tiy cue box of tbubu Pills, und they will be acknowledged to be A WONDERFUL MEDICINE- liniXIIAM'b PILLS, taken aa dlrectod, will imlekly rojtoro females to coraploto lioilth Tlioy promptly iohiovm obstructions or irregularities of tliosjstem lora WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER tlioy act llkvinairlo-u few doses will work woiuluis upon the Vital orBuns; Btrenifthpuiim tliu Jluaoulsr Hystoii), restoring the lonu liwt rdnpltxlon, brliiilm? back tho keeuedt'o of uppetlto anl nrouslui; with tliu Kustbuil of Health the whole physical uicrny of tbuhuman frame, 'llicsu uru facts admltteti bv tliousaiida, In ull clnbses nf pi riety, and nut, ot the best guaran tee! tn the Nervous anil Debilitated it that licecliam's Pills have tlie Largest bale ol any I'uttnt Medlelne In the World. WITHOUT A TtlVAL. Annual Suies o;r G.ooo.ooo Uovcs, S5c. BtDruu Stores, or will lo sent by U. B. Ayent. II. I'. AI.LKNCO,, tUOL'anal Bt, New York, post paid, upon rocelpt uf price, llouk Ireo upon application, Uryan family vvould not consider the tonicsslon. Hev. Lee gave up Ills mis- I slon nnd leturned to Clnilnnatl this uftetnoon. I PECKVIIXE. A tegular meeting of the Hlnkely board of health wns held last Satuulay evening. All membeis piesent except Mi. Ensign Twenty-two burial pet inltH weie granted for Interment for the month of robiuniy. Pom died In this boiough ftom the folllowlng diseases: Blight's disease, one; epileptic convul sions, one; old ace, one; henit failure, one. Time bliths weie lepotted. No contagious dlsiases weie repoited ex cept tlnee cases of musics. Mis. Chllds, of Tunkliannock, who and Mis. .1 H Slcklei, retuined home last Satuulay Regular meeting of the Ulakely council was held lal evening. All membeis piesent. Minutes of last meeting weie lead nnd nppioved. Re pot t ot the committee appointed to 0f SADOTII R WILLIAMS. confer with the Ti action company was lecelved and placed on file. Ullls weie oideied paid as follows. To the high constable foi bui.vlng two dogs, 2; Thomas Jones, buving one dog $1; T. L Van Sickle, health ofllcer, one veal, $05, S M Rogeis secietary boaul of health and sanitati ollleei, $14 67, W J. Jei mjii, as janltoi, one jeai, $0; H. N. Joins, election letuins, $T SO, W. J Jiim.vn, janltoi and looking after the prlsoneis, $1150, Vandelfoid Klrei, chestnut coal, $2, joint meeting of the tlnee elei tlon judges, $C, T T3. William, secietaiy of council, bill foi sei vices, statloneiv and post age, one veai, $2S 3S. buigess' salaiy, $2" Buigess JIatliawaj leturned the piopeitv of the boiough In his hands, Including fines and othei ai tides, over to the council anil tliev weie accepted Bv a unanimous vote the council le solvecl to pioeuie flftl poles for file alaim puipose" A committee of tlnee, one membei fiom each waul, was ap pointed to act on tlie committee to ac cept bids to elect poles in the ho: -ough as follows: Rlchaul Reese, W. S Bloes and W. J. Snedtcoi. Bill of Attorney John J Mannig foi set vices of one jeai, $2" Adjourned sine die W. J. Snedlcoi, councilman-elect of the Tirst waid, William Vo.vle Dav Is councilman-elect of the Second waul, and Richard James, of tlie Thhd waid, pieseuted the! oaths of ofllce and thei weie accepted William Hut per, of the Second waid, was elected piesident of the council for the coming veai. Mi. Haipei took his seat and thanked the membeis foi the honor bestowed on him and assuied them that hu would peifotm that duty without piejudlce oi paitlalltj Thomas R. Williams was le-elected secietatj foi uuother ear. This is Mi. Williams' thiid term. He leceived five votes, his opponent. Edmund J. Thomas, got fom votes Richard J. Uien was le-eleeted as boiough tieasuier Tills Is Ills thiid tenn and he lecelved five votes. Ills opponent, ex-Councilmnn W. B. Stev ens, lecelved four votes Aftei the louitli ballot David James, of the Thiid waid, was elected stieet commissioner for the coming jeai. The ciedentlals ot tlie new buigess-elect, Sabotli B Wil liams, weie then lead and accepted He made a few able suggestions and afcsuied the council that with th'eli as sistance he would do all In his power feu the benefit of the cltlens of the borough. He suggested that time be fifteen police nnd three captains, six from i ach w ard. J. W. Jei mv n v as i e elected as janltoi for tlie lounill for the next eai W S Bloes, R. .1 Reese and William Davis weie appointed us a special committee to see tlie different nttoinevs. Thesalaij of load commis sioner was fixed at :.! pei da , laboi eis on loads to lecelve the same as last eai, $1 25 and $1 50, teams as last year, $S 00 pei da j , secietaij's salaiy as last yeai. $75, buigess as last eai, J25 The boaid of health was gi anted an ap piopilatlon of two bundled dollais for the coming .ve.u, an iuciease of fifty dollais ovu tlie liU jear. Rx-Buigess C M Hathaway was appointed a mem ber of the boaul of health foi the next live yeais to ui ceed E D. Ensign, whose time has expired A I'crlect Tour to Perfect Morula, As Florida at this season of the jeai is the most attractive and delightful section of the Atlantic slope, so the Pennsvlvanla Rallioad nt all times Is the.' most attractive and delightful xoute ot travel. Tirst in Its equipment and yeivlce, it Is also (list in its toui Ist system. Admit ably indeed does It tonvey its pations to this land of health and beauty. Special tialns of Pullman palace caia uie piovlded, all convenient es nffotded, mid evtijthlng possible done to add to the ease and comfort of the journey The next nnd last tour of the season to Jacksonville will leave New Yoik and Philadelphia Maich 9 Tnuilsts may letuin by legular tialns until Mn 31, 1897 Exclusion tickets, Includ ing railway tianspoitation both wavs, and Pullman accommodations and meals on special tialn going, will be sold nt the following iates Piom New Yoik, $50 00; Philadelphia, US 00; Canandalgua, $52.S3; Erie, $54 85; Pltts 1uig, $53 00, and at propoi Donate iates from othei stations. Apply to ticket agents, Tourist Agent, 1100 Bioadwav, New Yoik, or Geo. W. Rojd, Assistant Genoial Passenget Agent, Bioad Stieet Station, Philadelphia. vf&f&fc C This is tlie Package Wiitvf r -t 1 -! T i. r- - i-n r iiuiiiui ii. iLv.uni.aui3 (fNs53SsV32SEsV Br Washing Powder that cleans everything quickly, cheaply and perfectly. Tor economy buy 41b. pnekngo. THE X. K. rUHIUMi tOMl'AM, Chlcngo, St. LouIb, New Yorlc, Boston, I'lUIadclpLlu. NO INTEREST IN THE FIOHT. Movement on Toot to l'revcnt Trims mission of News from Nt'vudii. Philadelphia, Maich 1 At the legu lai w eekly meeting today of tlie Phil adelphia Methodist ministers, the Rev Chailes Roads offered a lesolutloli "that the Methodist Episcopal associa tion of Philadelphia, lepreseiitlng ovei 100 chuiches, earnestly Uige the speedy passage of the bill now befoie congiess piohlbltlng the tuiusmlsslou of the news concerning the foith-comlng piUe fight In Nevada." Tlie lesolution was unanimously adopted without debate and the secie tiuj was Instiucted to telegiaph the action of the meeting to Congiessman Piank Ahliith, of Illinois, and Senatoi loar, of Massachusetts. RUSSIA AND JAPAN TO AID KOREA. Trent Providing for n Joint Occupa tion ot the Country. Yokohnma, Maich 1. The govern ments of Russian and Japan have signed a convention by the terms of which both powers aie to station a limited foice of tioops in Koica for the piqteetlon. of the Russian and Japan ese settlements In that count! y. The signatory poweis also agree to assist the troveinment of Kotea finan cially, and Russia undei takes to con stiuct and maintain a line of tele graphic communication with Seoul, the Koiean capital. MUSICAL NOTES. Carreno, Sleveklng, Rosenthal and Madame Bloomfleld-Zelsler are all noted pianists, and Sleveklng, gener ally Hpeaklng, is the least known of the gioup, hut in the briet glimpses that the public has has had ot him he has tevealed a power which belongs only to men of genius. TechnlqiiP.powei, del icacy, deftness are vvonuei fully blended In Ills playing and he is a eiltablu Sstoiage batteiy of magnetism, Mich a a man can haidly fall to bilng the pub lic to his feet. II II II Hill Lehman has lefused to have her photogiaph taken since her leturn to this countiy. Mine. Lehman's objec tion to getting befoie a camel a now Is founded on the deslte to be lemein beied as she looked six or eight yeaia ago, oi potHlbly longet. II II II Andiew Mack, who will ho heaid In Scianton thlb week, Is one of the sweet est slngeis on the Ameilcan stage. II II II lime. Adellna Raul during the courhe of her opBiaticcaieer has earned $3,000, 000 II II II In foui teen weeks the Cliand Opera company took In $000,000 In New Yoik MARKETS AND STOCKS. Mall Street ltcvicw. New Yoik, Maich 1. A ilse of eight points In Lakt Shuie to 1l was the event of the day at the New Yoik Stock exchange. Tor some time past the stock has been steadily advancing on lumois of an eaily conveislon .of Its high i ate interest paying bonds and today u Hhiup demand from the shoits was noted The maiket was also Htiengthened at the opening by the je celpt ot buying ouleis ftom London und tho Keiieidl list moved up any where fiom i to '1 per cent. Tlie ad vanco Induced realisations and befoie mld-diiy tlie inaiket was on the down giade once moie. The uiitluaclte coul eis and Munhattan weie especially weak, Jeisey Cential and Laekawnunn falling per cent, and .Manhattan i pel cent. Chicago Oas was foiced down a point on western lepoits ot the incoi pouitlon of a now concern, The de cline biought out suppoitlng oiders nnd the loss was soon lecoveied. Specula tion closed ijulet and baiely steady In tone. Net changes show gains of Ja9j per cent. Lackawanna, Delawaie and Hudson, Manhattan, Jersey Cential and Western I'nlon lost V.aJ pel cent. Total sales wim 1711,000, rurnlHlii'd by WILLIAM LINN, AL LRN &. CO, mock biokers. Meais build ing, rooms, 705-TOu Open- High- Low- Cloa- . tug est est lmr Am. Tobacco Co.... 7u'i "i 761 75lj Am Hugai Re'g Co. 118 IIS 107'4 U7'i At., oT. .t S. IV , l'r JV.2 JJ5a JJ u Canada Southern ... 45 A'i r.'a 4J3S Che3. & Ohio J7'i 17S 17'4 17 4 Chicago Qua 70 7d'i 7C 7ii'a Chic. &. N V 1009s 1W JOVfc 30Ji, Chic R A. Q 7CC, Vi. '75 70 C. C. C. K. St. L ... 27 27 27 27 Chic , Mil v. St 1' . 77'i 77'i 70'i 77 Chic, R I .V 1'.. . . CS ft', C7?4 Li Del S. Hudson .. .107' 107a4 107 107 D, L & W lliSfc I'iJ 15."i 1Z Olst. & C. r UU UU 13' .IP Oen. Rlectrlo 3'. S3 SlVi 3I: Lake Shore 101 17J W 107 Louis. & Nash 5Qi. GOVS 4! 4U M. K. &. Texas, l'r . 30'i 20'i 20' J3) Munhnttfin r.lo .. . b'J 19 bO'.i W,'i Mo, l'ailllc 21 22 I'll 21 Wj Nat. Lead ,. 21Vj W, 2IV4 Sll N. J. Centiul 97 07 9H Ki N. Y. Central 93'i 9)i 93 94 N. Y S. & V l'r., 25 2J 23 21 -X. '!VvX-,Krfc3 A ..T " Nor Pacllle WB Hs UU H's Omulin 52 bi (lH CJ l'ne. Mull 2V4 J'.'i 2. 23 Phil & Rend 231., "3i4 pj 24 Soutlmn R. R ' 9Vi 't'i 'i Southern R. R, Pi.. 29 29 2Si8 2i Tenn. C. i: I ... 23 28 27-), ii Texas l'aclllo 9Va 9, 9'i !t4 Union Pacllle ... . 7J 7 7'i 7'i Wubash, Pi lu K K 1C West Union .... Ss3'8 53Ba ii 81 l S. Leather 8 $U S S U. S Leathel, l'r.... C94 C04 C9i CO V S Rubber . 2034 20 20), 20"3 CHICAGO HOARD OP TRADE 1'RICRS Open- High- Low- Clos- WIIEAT. lug est est Ins. May 71H 75 74 T July 72'i 72 71i li OATS. May 17 17i 17 17U July IS 1SU l"Ts ISU Muy3" 24 24i 24 2IH, July 23S 25i 23'4 23t May".0.' 4 10 4 12 4 10 112 July 4 20 4 22 4 20 4 22 MayU.K." 8.10 8 13 807 812 Scriintop ltourd ol Trade i:clinngo (iiiotiitious--AIIUuotiitions UnNed on l'aroi 100. STOCKS. Bid. AskPd. Scranton & Pittston Trac. Co. ... 20 National Boring . Drlll'g Co. ... &0 Tirst National Bank C30 Klmhuist Boulevard Co 100 Scranton Savings Bank 200 Scranton Packing Co 95 Lackawanna Iron i Steel Co. ... 150 Third National Bank SoO Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co 90 Scranton Traction Co 13 17 Scranton Axis Works 80 Weston Mill Co 250 Alexander Car Replacer Co 100 Scranton Bedding Co 103 Dime Dep & Dls. Bank 145 Colliery Rnglneer HO ... Lacka. Tiust & Safe Dep. Co. 133 BONDS. Scranton Pas. Railway, first mortgage due 191S HO People's Street Railway, first mortgage due 1918 , 110 Scranton &. Pittston Trac. Co. ... 90 People's Street Railway, Sec ond mortgage due 1920 110 Dickson Manufacturing Co 100 Lacka Township School 5 103 City of Scranton St. Imp. 0. ... 102 Mt. Vernon Coal Co 85 Scranton Axlo Works 100 Scranton Traction Co 95 Economy Steam, H. & P. Co 100 New York Produce .Market. New Yoik, Maich 1. rioui Dull, stea dy. Wlntei Wheat-Low grades, $2 3)a 3 20, do fair to fancy, $3 43a4 DO, do pat ents, $4 00ar,, Minnesota cleat, tsnOnJlS, do stialglit, $la4 93, do patents, $4 !0a Col Wheat Dull llrmer, f. o b, SO-n SOc : ungraded red, 75jt0c., No. 1 noith- ern, 85i.a5334, options closed Hi in at la IV advance, Muich, 82'c; Muy. S0e ; June, Mc , July, VJ'iC , Septembei, 7CH.C. Coin Dull, turner; No. 2, 2!c ; elevatoi, t.se. afloat; yellow, 274c.; steumer mixed, 2i,c , No. J. 231tc, op tions dull and firm, Maich, 2s3.iC , May, 2SUc , July, Sle. Oats Quiet, film, op tions dull, tlnnei; Muy, 2H3c ; spot prices. No 2, 2P2c , No. 2 white, 23'ic . No 2 Chicago, 22V.C ; No 3, 2tf4c, No. .1 whltf, 22c, mixed western, 20n23c; white do, 23a30e , white state, 23a3)c Beef Finn, quiet; family $HalO Ci, extia mc"-s, $7aS beef hams, film, $18 no. tleieed bet f, quiet, firm, city extia India mess, S13.H4, cut meats, steady , pickled belllt s, 4V..C do shouldeis, 4Vi!ic , do bams, iVja'ic. Laid -Quiet, strongeu, westein steam, St 30, cltv, $4; lcllned, slow; continent, JIG, South Ameilca, $4 83, compound, 4a4ViC. Poik Dull, steadv new mess, Sb "23a8 75. Hllttel Steadv , state daliv, lOalSi., do. cieameisy, HulS'ic , wistfin ciiumeiy, 13alie , do. faetoiy, 7nl2i;C , Rlglns, Vie , Imitation cieumeiy, lOalGe , lolls, 8alSo. Cheise-Finn, qulef state hit ge, 9 iV2'4e. , do, small. ial2'..c , pan skims, CaP'.c ; full skims, 2i3'c Hggs Lowei , state and Peimsvlviinlii, ir,sc , Ice bouse, case, 324.1 95, westein fresh, 13'jC ; southern, 14VHG4e. w. ii m I'hiliuli'lphiii I'rowsion Market. Philadelphia, Match 1 Demand was limited to smnll lots to meet actual Job bing ordus, but pilces tilled steady. We quote Beef hnmr, $lb 73uli, as to age and biand poik, family $10all, hams, S I' tilled, In tierces, S'4alJ14C,, do. smoked, SalO'.e , as to aveiage und brand, sides, llbbed, In salt, 4'u4V . do do. smoked, GV4u.riHc., sliouldois, pickle ouied, 5'ar)'ic , do. do. smoked, Mialc, jiicnlc hums, S P cuied, C'.a'c , do do smoked, CuCho , do do smoked, C'lUd'ic , bellies, In pickle, aeeoidlng to avuage, looe, Ca5?te , bieakfnst bacon, j'n7'i.c , nB to biund und uvuage; lard, pure, city lcllned, In tleicts, 4a5c , do do, In tubs, SaC'iC , do. butcheis', loose, 3"'a4e , city tallow, lu hogsheads, 3c. country do, 2uJc , as to quality, und cakes, JUc. Chicngo Cinin and Provision .llnrket. Chicago, Mulch 1 The leading futuies tanged as follows Wheat Muiel, 735,a 744C , May. 74u754C ; Julv, 72ia72a,c Coin Munh, 22u2Jc May, 2lu24iu , Julv, KHu'Jut-c. Outs Match, 15-'8ul51tc May, 17ul7'4C , July, lialSVie Mess Poik -Muv. 810a812H, July. $3 22V.ub 25 Luid -May, $110u4 12', July, $1 20u4 22 Shoit Rlbs-Muy, $4 20114 221'., Julj, Jl 30.ll 32'j Cash quotations weie as follows Rioui Quit t und sternly, pilces uiieliangiil, No 2 spring wheat, 73a74i;c , No 3 do, 72a 71c , No. 2 led, taklc , No 2 corn, 22 B23c , No 2 ontH.lUilf.'iC .No 2 iye, iiiv , Nn 2 bniliv. 31e No 1 tlaxseed, 7b'. a 7SV4e , timothy si ed, $2o3 mess poik, $S03 uS 10, hud, $la4 02l4. short libs, Jto'allO div saltell shouldeis, $1 Goal 75, shoit clear sides. $125al37'j whisky, $117, sugais, cut loaf, Ti20, granulated, $IC3, stand uid A, $4 39 . i m Itllllillo Lint Stock. Huffalo, N Y, Maich 1 -Cattle, nlow; pi hue stiers, $4 8IaG, light to good butch irs, $370 ill, in lino fat helfeiH, $3 U3u3 90, common to good, $2u3 CO old to choice fat cows, $2 2'a3 40, stockeis und tee'deis, lower, stoekus, $3u3 23, teeders, $3 40u3 7S, veals, $4C0aCC0 Hogs Stionger, good weight Yoikirs, $182S,aJS5 light, $J'W pigs, $17ria38Ti, mixed packeis. $t?80s mediums, $3 7Ca3 80 Sheep jml Lambs Steady; pilmu lambs, $3 O'mG 15; good to choice, $4 85uC mixed sheep, good to choice, $3 85u4 IC, culls to good, $2 C0u3.75. Oil .Mailiet. Oil City. Pa , March l.-Optlon oil not quoted Ciedit balances, 91, Now Is the tlmo to purify your blood, and Hood's Saisapaillla Is the best piedldiie. for tho put pose, Thousands of fjieTj." cures prove that it la the one Tiue Ulood Purifier, Hood's Pills arc the favorite family cathartic and liver medicine. Price 23c. " i f 111 v'j fTWiszliFiMBh Connolly & MEN'S Our C. & W. Special neck band, is a boon to the OR I 1 Hade of Wamsutta fluslin, bosomed and cuffed with the best of linen and made as well and worth as much as any dollar shirt ever produced. PRICE CONNOLLY & J)qj-' Your house stand vacaut when you LC3.VC can find a good tenant by placing a small "adv.' in Tut; Trihunk "Want" columns for One Cent A Word.. HELP WANTED MALES. Advs. Under ThM Head One Cent a Word. YVA.MKl) 111(111 OHADi: .MAN OH ' woman of ood ehuiili standing, llit willing to leuin our bU8ineHs then to act as munngei uud eoriespnmlout lu Iqgli class business. ,Sulai, touiuilssluii oi both. I n i lose self nddiessed stumped envelope to Mis. IC. V. llKi:i), geniml miiiiugei, O'J.j Aduins avenue, Mu itutoii, Pa. W7A.NTi:i) CIOOL) MAMAMAX lOlt " hmeinii.v. sii ti iioniiiiiii hpielnltv. stun homl leiiltlied to seem e goods. A pill v lursiliiy mid V ednesduy , 11. IHAMlilllM.Vl.N, ilotelJeimyn. 7AMK1)-N11)EA. Will) CAN Tit INK ii of home simple thing to pitent.' Pro tect your Ideusr tlic.v innv bring von wealth. Write-11)11 V KDbhllhL'IlN vt. 10, Dept. ( . 'J'l, Patent Attoines, Uashliittton, 1). l' lot tliclt SJ800 prle ollei and list ot 1,000 inventions wanted. r v.vn:i)ASAor..riN i:vkii iv- Don tocuuvuss, &l DO to So.ui) u ilnv iniiile; sells at sight; also a iiuin to sell staple (Joods to deuleis; best side line 975 u mimth; minis oi hiigeioiiimlsslon uiude, evpeiieneo unneiess.irj. Clifton Sou)) and .Muuuluetui lng C'oiiipiinv, I'lnclnniitl, O. W.VN'ILl) - Vi:i,I.-K.NUN .M.N T evciv town to solicit stoik subseilp tlons, a inonoioly; big money tin iiKints, no capital leqiilrcd l:WAItD L. l'llll A CO , Hoiden Hlock, Chicago, HI. HELP WANTED-FEMALES. Adts. Under This Head One Cent a Word WOTLlT7i7xTKiVl KNl'K I) 1 II tL Koil looking und down stairs work, with lef limit. H'2.l Jellerson uviuue. -AN'riTl)-('OMlKrK.NT UIltL '10 UO V geneial housuwoik, leleruneerequiied. 5120 IJuIuiy avenue. T ADIIVt-l MAKi; llin.W AOI.i DOLNll Jl-J pleusuut lioinu u oik, uud will ghully send lull put tleuiiiis to nil sending tent Mump. MlS M. A..M'hllltINs, 1 uwienei, Mich. WANl'llD-LAin AlliTFTlS IN Sc'HAN tou to bell uud lntioduee nvdei s take king; epeiIenieiUiiuviisse'i piefeiud; woik pi'iiimne'iit und veiv profitable Wilte lor pin tli uluis at nine uud get buuelltot hollduv tuide. T. H. sJjMjiiiuv, i a, ( inelniiutl, 0. WAM KD IMMLUlA'l LMA-l'W O KNIZU getle sulviitaiiiiu to lepieseut ua liiinuiiitct'd Ml u iluv without tuteileilug with other ilutlis. Jlc.ilt hint oeeiiputlou Wilte tot ptiitlt ul.iis, eiuloslii' Mump, VIA.NUO t HKMICAL LOMI'A.W, No. 7'J John Mieet, New ork. AGENTS WANTED. Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word. rAMiin-MiMfiious; m7i)i:livlu- lug, no collecting; position pei limuciit: Vi liny weekly, state age. GLKN HltOlitLlt, tloolie'slel, .. . UA.N'lKD.-tiK.NLUAL AOll.Ms. I.N KV eiv eountv, iilsohuij eunviissi'isjhoine thing new; sun selln; apply quick. 1. ('. 1U1.KKU1', 1 11 Admits avenue, be iiiuton, Pa. AOL.MS-WHAT AUK UL' IIU1MI 'lu do about .safe I'ltlinshlp -pilieM. l,o liin bv IhutisaiiilM. Addtei NICHOLS, Niijiei lllc, III. AOLMS-'IO Si:i,LTOLH I'ltAl'IKAL gold, stlvei, ulckil unit iupiei eketio plaMeiN, pilces fiom M upwind, siiliu uud tApc'iimi puld, outfit flee. Vilduss, Mx stump, .VIlCilHi VN Ml U LO., I'liliutju AOK.N'lS-'ll) sj;u, t'K.AKS 'JO 1)1. VI.-11-, yj,- wteklv and i'penes; expeil eino uiineiusMii). O.NSOldli V'tLU JIIU (O, la Vim lliiun st.,i'hIiiigo. IOH KENT. Advs, Under This Head One Cent a Wont ci ni:s to miM'aif) adams. OHOOM HOI Hl ( HM'ltAI.I.V I.U( ATKl). O inoderii eoiiViiileneis. Adilrns MOO Wil low street. THOU ULM-TlOl'sr, IIIM'AIMXH H I1 ioi)iuu, with moduli luipiovements,$lc. Apply on piemlsi", inis VVushluiin utiut, 77t)U ItL.M - liULL.N UIIKii: Dllt'O V stole, pusstsslun pill i. h. I'. HLI.l., 101)1 Suudtiuon avenue. ioit iin.M' Tin: riuti.i:i i.oousovku J1 No HOMpiiui stieet, now oi upled by the Ituwlni; Assoilutlou, ptissehHlon A pill l. Inqulie of I Itlll) UMllt, 511 Lueku wuuuaiivinue'. l-'OK SALE. Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word, Plllt SAI.I'-I l ItMll'KIl, I H1M.1-, J1 hook-iasiH ul Kretit but giilns I'JlMudl con iiveinie JToit sali:-a siLvi:u-ii.ri.i) ldvn J1 double bell euphonium, uli ul engraved, with tiiniibtiiiu bell, gujil lined, itiuilv new undiost SUU! will sell ut u ImiKidu. ddiess this week to L. W. U 11 Lull, 1 ulUiysvllle, l'a. ITOIt sM.K-mmsh, AOKDSIX v. i:UM, 1 weluht, 1,(100 pouudii, inu be Keen ut lO'.'l 1'liie stieet. REAL ESTATE. Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word. V0 V.OI WANT JO III A lllMi: XJ lleiesaitieut buiimln; l.'Jl reiinuve line, udloliilim North 1'iuk, (iieeii Itldm; U rooms, lui nine, but uud cold wutei; lut ;ih Hl; lelliu nuclei whole bouse, llnu lawn, VllJlll. llllis, Itllllifl l WUIlll ?tl,lMM', H irtr sonilblu ollel leiused, luut sell, pull pav- nit nt, IJiiluueu on Utile to still puiiiiusir. AddiesH 'lAl.I.li: .MOIHI V.N, uuo or t . L. Haw It y, till Wyoming nvenue, Beiunton. riiit'iigo l.ivn Stork. ChleuBO, March 1 Pattle lleeelptp, U, 00U head, market steady, 10 eentH hlshoi; common to extra steels, JS WJu5 S3, stock eis and fteders, J3a4 '1, cowh and bullH, J175J3 73 culves, WS'iaC:1;, Texans, 2 25 Hi 2U, Hogs HecelptH, 40,000 head, inaiket 5 eentH hlKliur; heavy pueklni," und shlp plnir lotu, 3 UOaSju, common to choice mixed, S'l&M'G, choice assorted, J3CU 3 80; light, J3Wu3bU, plgt), t3 4UaJ77 Sheep He'ct'lpts, U'.IWO licad; matket firm and CalO cents hlKher; Infeiior to choice, 14.S0114 'Jj; lambs, t')Wa6:o. WH ITE i Shirt, with the patent wearer of shirts. I1IIY II WALLACE, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. Advs. Under This Head One Cent a VVurJ. 4 ON i:T.HY 8100 JIAUi: LVSf lnonlli tliiouuli oui Hvstem ol svudl- iiitespeeulatloii. Hend for rull expliumtoiy pimipblel. OCO.NNOH &. L'O , 10 Wall St , A701' t'AN .MA1CK SOMll -MONK ll IN- I X vistlitK In speculation linmedlutely; send foi om booklet, "Good Advice' and, dully Itifiu miitlon. A. I'. IIOUSl1 A CO , O I rinest.,New Yoik. PUBLIC SALE. NUlH'H-l WILL KM'OSi; 'lO PUIIt.IC side at mv olllie In the Loul Hxchungc, in tbeeltv ofsinintiiii, on Tupsday, Muich 'J, ta!)7,at loo'i'lni'k it. m, M'venty-tlve (75) shares of tbelapltul htock of lite AlliKlienv Company , tho slime bi'lng held us tolhiteial K'linltv lorn note CHAilLh.S 11. WKI.LL, lebiuary 15th, 181)7. MONEY TO LOAN. Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word. CV'O.UOO TO LOAN ON'L'in l'UOl'HHTY O In sums to spit hotiowei. Call oi uddiess W. (l.vy. I.OH1J 'lllU-MAS, Attorney, Hepub- i llean building. CHIROPODIST AND .MANICURE, CORNS, lll'NIONS ANH 1NOROWINO nulls lined without tho least pain oi thawing blood. loiiKUltutLoti and iidvleu irlv, n !,,. l-V M. III'IMI.. IMilK.twtillut. ililo Liiikuwaumi. uveliue. Ladles utte tided ' in int'ir icsiuenee ii uisneu, cnarges nioiier ute. CIIY SCAVENGER. All IIHIOIH Ol.KANH PRIVY VAI'LIS . uud tesu pools; no odoi. liuptoved iiuinps used. A. IIRKids, l'tmnk-loi I.etivuoideM 1100 N. Muluave.oi Klekes ding stole, lornii Aduins unit Mulbelll. 'leleplioue 01)40. CLAIRVOYANT. Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word. M'MlTi7lTTK(7N nut und l'liienologlst, lO-'tl Wist I.iiekuwiiuuii avenue. Hide 1'iuk, u fui dins only. SPECIAL NOTICE. fPHK SCRANTON (,.S AND WATER CO. X und The Hyde Pin k (.us Co In iiteoul unco with the policy of thei-u Companies to Hilme lutes Itoiu time to time us muv bo wuiiuuttd bv lucieiised consuiupllou, notice islateby given that on uud artel Apill 1st uuct, the pike of gus will bcone dolhit und twenty-tlvoients pel one tbousuiul iitblu leet consumed. Hubjeit to the iollowlng ills, lounts Hvepei cent on all blllH wheio the (ousumptlon tot the month amounts to k-s than twenty -five dollius, ten pel cint. on all bills where the consumption lot the month amounts lo twentv-tlvc dollars nnd upwuids, piovlded the bill Is paid on or before the 'JUtli. day of the mouth In which the bill Is pie hinted, lly older ol the lloaid (I. 1(. HAM), Wccietmy. Scianton, Pa , Teb. J'.', 1807. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. X the stoekboldeis ot Die I aikiiwiinmi lion und Steel Company, foi tliu elu tlon ol tllnctois uud triinsiu tlon ot suihotbei busi ness us liiuy piopeily i auto befoie the luiet lug, will 1)0 held al the olllie of the i mil puny , In the i Ity of s( iiiiitnii, I'unnsvlvtiulu, oil Wednesday, Muich !ld, 1807, at U o i lock p in. The pulls will I ciuiilii open ioi one hour. Thetiunslei books will be i lost don 1 ebiu tut M, 1807, and leopeiied on Muich 1, 1807. (Signed) I. P. llKiOINSUN, .Secietary. Seluutou, I'll., 1 eb UOth, 1807. rpiti: AN.M'VL MLEil.NO OP THE J. stockboldeis of tliu )li kMiii MunuliU' tilling Company, foi tliu election of dliei tins uud ttunsuetlim of sili h othei brndniss us muy piopulv mine beloie tho mietlng, villi he held at the ollite of the eompuiiv In (he eltv orsemnton, Piiinsvlvunlu, on edmi day, Muuli 10th, I8i)7,ut liioiloek a. in. I.. I . HuWHIt, stentaiv. SITUATIONS WANTED. ClllAl'lO.N vrHL)- V lOl'.MJ O man 10 ye.us ot u,u, willing to do any kind of woik. Addiesh 1), W , 156 Noitli Mulli iivtnue, City. ,VPHltlHN( Kll HVLLsMVN HHEKS lit situation; u holt-sale in letull. Addtess W II LEWI, e(iie of 1 hoimis . lewis, Oly pliiint. . UtTvnTi:!)- hy woman, wasiiino or V go out by Uie day. K, 117 N. Vlalu uvenui, eltv, niltl'IlM Elf WORK WAMEI) U . V' good iiieehniilt, bind wood u sptilultv. Addless ( VRl'HM'Llt, line lllbline Olllie Oil I A I ION V VMKD-LN SMALL 1 VM Cj llv as boilsi'keepel, good cook. Vddiess Iluv 57, l'ltkvlllt, l'a PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Phhici,iiii ttilil ftiirficons. DRMARTHA S. EVERITT. 303 WASH Ington uve. Otllctt hours until 10 a. m , i to 4, li to 8 P, m. "MARYA.SHEPHnRn, M DHOME opatblst, No. 22i Artams avtnue. DR A TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN Dl'enseB of Women, cornel Wyoming avenue und Spiuce street, Scranton Of fice hours, Thuisday and Satuidays, J a. m to 0 p. m DR COMEOYS-OTTICE NO 337 N. Washington ave Hours, 12 m to 3 p. m Diseases of women a specialty. Tel ephony No 3.'3i DR W E. ALLEN, M.' NORTH WASH, lngton uvenue DR. ANNA LAW, 208 WYOMING AVE Oftlco hours, -ll a. m,, 1-3 p m . 7-S p m. DR L. M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON avenue Ofllce hours, 8 to 9 a in . 1 30 to 3 and 7 to S p, in. Residence bW Madi boii uv enuo. DR C L TREAS, SPKOIALI3T IN Rupture, Truss Pitting and Tat Reduc tion Rooms 200 und 207'JIears.Hulldliis Olllco telephono J3e3. HUtfrs: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 7 to 9. DR 8 W LAMEREAXTX. A SPECIAL lBt on chronic disease of tho heart, lungs, liver, kidney and genlto urinary or gans, will occupy the office of Dr. Roos. Ui Adams avenue. Olllco hours, 1 to s p. m. DR. JOHN C. PRICE, 330 WASHINGTON uvenue, Olllco hours 8 to 10 a. m.j 2 to 4 and 7 to b p. n. L a W ibk w u tfSMk jdBt. M B mtwX Mr flM H H flrn eVWk lBk Ifflf ZmM m Q a m (tw mm Wn O S B SOS J9 xLr SHIRTS. non - tearing cushion split HAS HO H CENTS 209 ZtStHonir W. G. HOOK, VUTLUINAHY SUH- Beon Horses, Cattlo and Oogs treated. llo'pltal, 121 Linden street, Scranton. Telephone 2C72 Lsiwvors. THANK L' BOYLD, ATQHNKY AND counsellor-at-law. Uurr building, rooms 13 and 14, Washington avenue. UDWARD W. THAYU11, ATTOItNKY, Rooms 212-13-lt Commonwealth Bldg. jnrrnnys .i huddy. attohnuys- at-law, Comm onwealth Uulldlng. WAUItnN & KNAPP, ATTOHNEYS and Counspllors-at-lavv, Republican building, Washlnaton avenue, Scranton, Pa jhssup s. jcssup, attouneys'and and Counsdloii at law, Commonwealth building, Washington avenue. W. H JCSSUP, W II JHSSUP. Jit. PATTHHSON &. Natioml Hank WILCOX, Building THAOHHS' ALPHnO HAND, WILIAM J HAND, Attorneys and Counsellors, Common wealth building. Rooma 19, 20 and 21. THANK T OKHLL. ATTollNKY-AT-Law, Hoom 5, Coal Lxchange, Scranton, Pa. JAMES W. OAKFOHD, ATTOHNEY-AT- ivenVhiidfnif' " a"a 5' Common SAMUEL W EDOAR, ATTORNEY-AT-Law, OfTlce, Wyoming avenue, Scranton. L A WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 423 Lackawanna ave , Scranton, Pa. URIE TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY-AT-Law, Dlmo Hank Building, Scranton. Money to loan In large sums at 0 per cent. C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-Law, Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa. C. COMEGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET. D. B REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS negotiated on real ostato security. Mears buildings, corner Washington avenue and Spruce street. B T KILLAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 120 Wyoming nvonue, Scranton, Pa JAS J. H HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Lavv, 4J Conjmonvvealth bldg , Scran ton WATSON. DIEHL, HALL . KEMMER EH Attorneys nnd Counsellors-at-LaW; Traders' National Bank Building; rooms 7 8, 9, nnd 10; third floor Dctcctivi BARRING & M'SWEENEY, COMMON wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser vlco Agency Architects PERCIVAL J MORRIS, ARCHITECT, Boaid ot Trade Building. EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCTITECT. Rooms 24, 25 and 2G, Commonwealth building, Scianton. E L WALTER, ARCHITECT OTTICE rear of COO Washington avenue LEWIS HANCOCK. JR , ARCHITECT, 43", Spruce St , cor Wash, ave , Scranton. TREDERICK L BROWN, ARCHITECT, Pi lee building. 120 Washington avenue, Scianton T. I. LACEY d SON, ARCHITECTS. Traders' National Bank. AklcriiKin. G T. KELLOW, 1001 W LACKA. AVE. Dentists. DR P. street. L. M'GRAW, 303 SPRUCB DR II. T. REYNOLDS OPP. P. O. DR. E Y. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE. DR C. C. I.AUBACIL in Wyoming ave. R. M. STRATTON, Ol'TICE COAL Ex change WELCOME C SNOVER, 421 LACKA. ave Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5 Dress ninUer, JPJlvJl-J!J?AYJ J:o Adams avenue. Schools SCHOOL OT THE LACKAWANNA Scranton, Pa , pieparcs boys and girls for college oi business, thoroughly tialns young children. Catalogue at re quest REV THOMAS M. CANN, WALTER II BUELL MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN and School, 412 Adams avenue Spring thrill Apill 13 Klndeigaiten $10 per term. THE Sej.Is. G R CLARK S. CO , SEEDMEN AND Nuiseiymen, stole 140 Washington ave. uue, jjii en ho ise, 10 Noith Main ave nue; store telephone, 782 Wire 'Scrceiis. JOS KUETTEL. REAR 611 LACKA wanna avenue, Scianton, Pa, manufic turer of Wire Screens Hotels and Restaurants, THE ELK CAPE 123 AND 127 TRANK- lln avenue. Ratps reasonable P X.EIGLER. Proprletor SCRANTON HOTSE. NEAR D , L & W. passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu. lopean plan VICTOR KOCH, Prop. .Miscellaneous. BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC TOR balls, picnlis, patties, receptions, wed dings and conceit woik fuinUhed Tor terms nddcet'S It J Buuei. conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue over Hulbeit'J music store. MEGARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS' tupplles. envelopes paper bags, twine. Waiehouse. 120 Washington avenue, Scianton, Pa TRANK P BROWN & CO WHOLE sale dealeis In Woodware, Cordage and OH Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT AC countaut and auditor Rooms 19 and 20, Williams Building, opposite postoltlcc. Agent for tho Rex Tiro Extinguisher Printing. " THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO, North Washington Avenue Llnotyps Composition of all kinds quickly done, racllltles unsui passed In this region.