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THE SCRAN TO X TRTBUNE - V F.TYN RsDAY MORNING. APRIL 11, 1594.
and sny: " I'm taking cold."
Bui you shiver because your
system is weak and cannot
resist outside influences.
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil
and hypupliospliite: will
clothe your bones vvitli
solid flesh and build you
up so you won't take cold
easily. Physidans, the world
over, endorse it.
Don't lie deceived by Substitutes!
Prpr;il b) ScoU A IL..UO. N. V. All DfUgfiltA
The new slope at Elmwood colliery,
driven from tho Skidruore to tha bot
tom split of the Mammoth vein, wan
completed this week. The veiu WM
opened at a thickueas of twelve feet.
'I he work of pushing unuifways aUl'
driving Mir holes ii being l rapidly,
the workmen Working full time, in
order to open up tho new working u
early as possible. The new slopo at
Schuylkill collier; will be 924 feet deep.
Five hundred and sixty feat has al
ready been sunk This slope will lead
to the opening up of a large rijld of
coal on the eastern boundaries of tb
colliery, and the elope will bo used for
hoisting coal from tho new territory.
The curve bus been put in ou the fifth
Vesterduys VVtlEes-BirTe Record
sas: "A deed was recorded yesterday
in tt;e recorder'! office in winch Clar
ence 1. Uitnpaop and Tuomas 11 Vat
kins transfer to tbe Forty Fort Ooul
company nil the Coa) lands, leases and
mining rights owned by tliem ml
Forty Fort borough and Kinttaton !
tmvuship. Tb consideration ?:!0u,-
1)00, the Scranton Savings linui and
Trust company having advauced tho
money on the. mortgage. Tins is not a
new deal. Messrs Simpson aud Wat
kins, cf Scrantot:, recently acquired
possession of the Forty Fort and
Harry E2, colleries, as noted at lengih
in the Record, for cue Wyoming Valley
Coal company. They now dealro a
charter and, in order to da tins, have
traneferred their interests to th Forty
Fort Coal company, in wuich ttiey hold
u controlling interest "
Mixor Industrial Notes.
John Taylor, of Bethlehem, began rail
mad life as v. rodmaii in the civil eugiueer
corps which crjus:ruct.-d the Lehigh aalloy
road in 18581 bis salary then being $40 per
mouth. He is now the general ttaflic man
a r of the company, which position
luings him in 115,000 a yesr.
The JeanesviUe iron Works aro short in
orders and au men were laid off on Satur
day, makingnearly thirty who are idleou
account ot dullness of work.
1 here is talK 01 runaii.g seven more
freight Irainson the C'atawlssa branch of !
Ee Heading, in most of tl.ese trains
Will be used on bituminous coal.
Two more coal traiu crews on the Penn
sylvania Kaiiroad were laid oft' yesleruay.
A "trnnsprodueer" has been invented by
.lames A. Boyd, of Heading, who claims
that it will extract. sulphur and phosphorus
from pig iron to be converted into steel
more cheaply than any other procen.
I W. Fuller, of Consjohnrie, X. Y.,
la; - that hi-always keeps Dr. Kings New
Discovery In the house, and his family has
always found the very best, lesulfs follow
its use; that he would not be without It if
procurable. Q, A. llykeman. druggist,
Catlskhi, N. Y., says that Dr. King's Now
Discovery is uudoubtedly tbe best conch
remedy; that he has nsed it in his family
lor eight years, anil it has never failed to
do all that is claimed for it. Why not tie
a remedy so long tried and tested'- Trial
bottles free at Matthews liros'. drug story.
Kegnlorsise .vj& and 11,00.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Uondi
New York, April 10. Spsculation at tbe
stock exchange was iuirr in all depart
ments today. Sales ot stock were 143.500
B lis res. The declines today wero practi
cally confined to a half dozen or so stobks.
At the start American Sugar loomed into
prominence and rose nearly a point ou the
Hill speech. The rise in Sugar led afrac-
L':,';;i!'Tn ,ne.1V1'V-'',e,ral ",1!,,'kt't
wu. .-uivnjH 'mi. ,uru iiuvtliupeu WeilKllCHS,
leniniDg io in , . aim tne eai lv cniu was
: to OS
partially lost. Doleware and Hudson was
mother weak snot, falling from 140 to
Lis,;. tieueral Electlc was heavy, declin
ing . The Grangers, Coalers ana smth-
sterns were a shade weaker, but there
was no special chance iu prices. Com
pared with yesterday's final figures the
unusually active storks show looses of ' .,
to Ik per cent, outside of Delaware and
Hudson. Tbe imrrket closed steady in
Tire foih. wini! complete talils sUowioa the
day efiuotaattoTis in active stocks is supplied
mol revised daily Ey Lobar ft Fuller, stock
brukers, Wyoming avenue;
Am. Cot Oil...
Am. Sugar DMi
A.T.&S. r 1.1
Can. So. U
Can, N. J 1 1..
Chic-. St N. W lima.
0., B. ft Q
Ohio. oa sals
;.. On U, & St. L... -in
'.l . tiook.Val. &T
d. ee a iim,
D.. L. & SV
JJ. A C. F 'Mi
ft. K. Co UH
I .si, 13.iUj
i iiiku &uure Va
L. ftN filM
N. Y. Ventral....
S. Y..U. W...
N. Y..S. As W...
U. S. C. Co
North Poo. pt....
Texas ft Pac
W. k l I
W. ffi L. B. ut....
N?w York Produce Markst.
NEW YOllC, April io. Fwur Held at
Wheat Dull, lower, with options; No.
2 red store and elevator, G4a04Vo.;
float, dj(c; f. o. b., OfiaOSMo.:
nngrejled red, tiflaOSc. ; No. 1 northern,
71c.; options closed steady, MstO. DSloW
yesterday; No. 2 red, April, file;
Way, Oljfc.; .lune, (aVc: duly, 01c;
August, (,i ;',,(. ; September, ii ;c, : Decem
COtta Dull, prffljKo. I4':.c.;4.''ia4.'ic,:
afloat: steamer mixed. 17c; options closod
,weak atnJic. over yestorday. April, 44c;
tyiK, tHOti July, 4o;s,c. Oats Active,
iilnier; April. a74C; ilay, iBaSOJ.c. ;
July, 86c, No. y while May, 40Wc. Spot
prices Xo. , 7)agTWo. : No. a white 41c.
No. Chicago WkaM)fO.; No. 3, MkfC; No.
white, -Hie; mixed western, 8T)adS$c;
white do,. au13!c.; wbite state. liOajsY.
ueju' Quiet, steuJy; tuujily. luatlt; ex
tra meet. SSu$S 50.
Beek Hails-Dull at $ld
Tleeceo Beef I nsct ive; cilv xtra Iu
dia mess. 818119,
Cci 31bat- Quiet, firm; pie'd.-d bellies,
$12 lbs., TaTjc.: pickled shoulders, Bit'c;
pickled baits, fl'r. ; midfl!e., nominal.
Lard Quiet, opened hicb, closed tiisior;
western stonm, closed I7.H;.; option mien,
tpeued S7.6U, closing $7.80: April, 7.U0
nominal: July, (7.50 nominal.
. Poke Quiet, higher; mens, f Hal2.25:
outru prime. llSaU.Bu.
Buttkh Firm, fair demand: statu dairy,
new, lBoMc. ; do., old, Klalflc.; do.
creamery, new, B5c Pennsylvania, 55c. ;
western dairy, new, llalue.;do. creamery,
new. 17a'.'5c; do. factory, lO&ISc.; elgins,
"5c; imitation creamery, lialTc.
On use Fancy, firm, fair demand;
state, largo, gallic. j fancy, ltWalSc.; do,
smull, i0al2V;c. ; part skims, 3a9c,; lull
Kuos Firm, fairly active; state and
Pennsylvania, Me,; "western fresh, llVtJa
M.c. ; southern, lu'all,ic.
Chicago Oram and Provisions.
ao.RANToa. April lu. Tbe followluii quota
tions are supplied aud corrected daily by La
Bar A Fuller, stock brokors.l'Jl Wyoming- avenue.
liav. Julv. Sept.
tttly Mfe '"V
ttsw m"., hh
ti'H KM u
S'.IOj 40 41
: iii mi H
isj wh m
IBM :) 'Jisvg
KM : rait
l too MM i;wo
uw) ittu ....
:sn ns 710
7H T'.'J Tig
74 Ti-J Till
7Ei 7I'J 710
OH) 841 ein
Ut'll St.') 1140
C4j Oj 040
l:, l i
Ilyscaptla aud Indixsstion
In their worst forms are cured by the
use of P. P. P. if you are debilitated aud
run down, or if you need a tonic to regain
besh and lost appetite, Btrongtb nud vigor,
lak- 1'. P. 1,, aud you will bo strong and
l.ealthv. bor shattered constitutions nnd
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke
Kool aud Potassium) is the kiug of all
medicine. P. P. P. la the greatest blood
purifier iu tho world. For sale by all
, - r .i.-r
The agony is oyer so far as the post
oftica in Allentown is concerned, Alien
T. Frederick having been appointed
postmaster. Jlr. Frederick is 48 year
of age and WSI born in i'atasautiue.
fie is a printer by tradaandlias worked
In New York and Scranton. When
(ioorgeT. (iross became postmaster of
i Allentown llr. Frederick was ap
pointed mailing clerk nud later assist
ant postmaster, a position that he In Id
until October 1892. SSiuce that time he
! has been a compositor on the Soutu
The sentiment oi tho Bsngor conver,.
tion was apparently in favor of in
structing tiie delegates for Congress
man John B, Robinson for lieutenant
governor, tnit so strong was tho influ
ence of General Roedf-r. who is practi
cally slated for secretary ot the ccin
moawealth. that he not only prevented
any instructions being given for lien-
' ton;:nt governor, but succeeded in pre
fouling the subject being discussed,
Lswii) Ilerbst, a lumberman, residing
noar BnghSSVille, is reported at tbe
, point of death from lockj iw, which ho
i received under UnOBUSl circumstances.
' Several days ago ho cut himself on tho
. leg with an adz, the wjuuJ boing so
j slight OS to caus'S him no uneasiness.
Monday last, While driving to Milne
j villa with a load of lumber, during a
I rais, bis jaws becBJUS stiff and set and
J by Tuesday morning refused to be
; opened. Binoe that time be has bad
j several spasms and choking spells.
Among tho most promising trout
' streams in this section aro those of tho
' Poeouo region, which are in every re
i spoct equal to those of the Catskills,
i Whirs the anglers pull out voritulile
beauties ranging in length from eight
to twenty iuches. The streams of the
Pocono mountain are especially invit
ing to fishermen, and when reached
over the Wi Ikes-Carre and liisteru
railroad are within easy distance.
Tunkhannoob ereek runs but 100 yards
from Stauffer's station on this line;
Tobyhanuii is but a mile away; liaaver
ortfc 14 half? mils uud Clear Pond run u
! W and a quarter.
Snap SHOTS at 0THKR8' DoiNQSi
I'ottsville's board of health has decreed
that city pig pens must go,
The Kirmess for the benefit of charity in
Williamsport retted over $1,400.
Hazleton's "Jook, tha Bugger," creates
fear amoag timid ladies of that city.
L-higb commissioners declare in favor
Of stone bridges wherever practicable.
Williamsport, too, has the municipal
electric light question under discutsioi:.
Satn'iel Mindler, of llncl;i county, has
prrseuttd the editor of tha Springtowu
Times with an oat stalk thirty-eight
It is said that Crystal lake's pretty sum
mer hotel, Peru flail, will be under the
management of geuial Dan Itobinsou dur
ing the coming season.
Tuna bannock commissioners refuse to
settle With Canadians for the capture of
Ulimk and RosenwelS, the murderers, and
Attorney Ueneral Ileusel threatens a suit.
Seine fishermen at the Water Uap aro
having great success. Suckers by the hun
dred, some of them weighing as high as
three .Old four pounds, are being caught at
Went Right to the Hark.
H ilAfj-lfiin SrHt-Dnihr.
That was an awful brain clout Senator
Hill gave .Secretary (Iresham.
Tho first trial of Dr. Wood's Norway
Pine f.yrup will satisfy any one that the
lung healing virtue of the pino tree lias
now t een rellned into an effective and
convenient cough medicine, Sold by all
dealers ou a guarantee of satisfaction.
When BOhy was si. k, we gave lu r Castorte.
(Then sin- was a Child, she cried lor Cantoris.
Wben the bsossss she ehng t.i v;tor!a.
When bliu had I'UIUreu, she gave them CaslorU.
LvOIt .SALE- MINGLE HOLSK, li'ti Ol'l .1 1 ,
J avenue; very desirablo location. Anrlv
u. P. BEYNOLDS, or WiLLAKD, WAEREN
& K n A PP.
540 WILL JtUY MODERN NEWS-ROOM
house, all imnrovciiicnts; terms eusv: cor
ner Madiuon avenue Bud Delaware street. Ap
ply i i . ' . , i ; .
1,400 WILL BUY VERY DEB1KAHLE LOT
O corner Madison avenue and Delaware
btrect. Terms easy. Apply
Wautt Qj iff ?.iiiii i-cz'. tttai muck, ex
cept Sit'iaticns Traiitct.tcnc'i trie titscrtcdt
OlTl vl lO.s WANTEl" AS Mlll'I'l.Mt
O clerk, it similar position; have had
perl On CO ami run rarnisu
eacee. Aaarsss L. v. D.,
lti North Bnmner
O PAUabla pi
niv ic.ua. Good
4iu Eighth strest
POSITION WANTED AS b.lU'l'KNDEK
I in as clerk ganspeak German and Poiisn,
also Bngliih Ado 813 Putman street.
oihaTION WANTED-A LADY 10
1J years old wants a situation as hunsekeepi'i-
in r.'spoctaule widowers rainlly; goua rook
and nurse: eleven years' experience; will o
Id city or COantry. Address M. A. 11. Box
IflS, Bast Btrondsburg, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED i 5oo5 I'liN
O man and scholar desiresu situation where
lm is editing to make himself generally uselul.
"O," Tribune pfflce.
ITT ATlO.N WANTED BY A Yol'Nll
mau as rlerk in grocery, dry noods or
clothing store. Had experience at grocery
business. Good rofereuce. Address, T A. M.,
MOSITTON WANTKD BY A YoUNO
I lady, nod writer. Address Lizzie P.
General Deilvery, Borenten, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED' BY A flOOD
C? baker; best of references. Address,
Baker, U0T Washiugtttn Aveuue.
ANTED - MAN WITH LIKE AND flftl
uisuraiii.e cxperieuuii as solicitor ill
Lackawanna county; good Inducomcnts to
right man. Address 11'j Oi Bet, huilding,
It ' ANTED TWO VOTJNQ MLN oKGOOD
1 1 addrsH to call ou busineea houses.
Steady employment for good men. Apply
national ('lean towel company,
W a S TED AO i.. T S TO TAKE OKDERB
M bvssmpla; we will pay expense and ssi.
Sry or allow literal coinmiisloii; samples sent
iu application. Address Lock Box O lSi, Now
pENBBAL agents WANTED-SELL.
1 inn new articles to dealers; exclusive
terrltoi v. no competition, no capital re-
(piirod; HOOto MO per cent. ri""t. COLUM
BIA CHEMICAL CO., GU and 71 Dearborn
Street, Chicago, HI
Furnished Rooms to Let.
VERY PLEASANT PUHNISHED
ms for rent. ;ils Jefferson aveane.
V BTKNISHED BOOMS FOR LENT,
tor tao. Rate very ita- -liable. Ms I'eiiu
1,-DU KENT -NEW 'sTOKBT No 4lV
F Spruce street Inquire or Fit ED WAG
NER Ml Lackawanna avenue.
liOK RENT- BUILDING 418 LA OKA-
1 wanna avenue from April 1. CHARLES
ii WELLES, Coal Exchange.
!ENT Til ItEE ROOMS, KIM INT ON
coral floor, over .N. A. llulliert s niuMi.1
store, 117 Wyoming avenue, from April i. in
quire In the store.
M'O LET l'OH A TERM OK YEARS
X Part or all of three hundred feel of yard
loom aloDg railroad. Apply at -4ti Kr.uikliu
TOiiE iixWi OK FCKN'ISHED
X hall on Green Bidgfl Street
tlc location anil on reasonable terms. Apply
t K. E NETTLETON or c. s. WOODBUFR
i.'epiilil.'ati l llilllill.
no16 SALE A KA-;m Oi EIGHTY ACRES?
V one and one-half miles from Dalton on
the Delaware. Lackawanna and Western
railroad. FlrSt-elass farm house with a never
failing spring nearby! two haras, good .and
and good orehard. VIII he sol d eheap. Terms
BS. Address M. P. VON BTOROB or ISAA' '
ELLIS, executors, Dalton, Lackawanna
POB SALE - ft. ACER
J and utensl.s. .1. M.
17DR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR BORAH
J ton property A bearing orange grove
increasing in production and value yearly in
the orange section in I lorida, Add res K. E.
NET TLETON, Lake Union. Fiorina
Money to Loan.
ONEV 'I J LOAN !.'wil TO SliMiOU ON
50s Bprncs st.
1 1 LANE
BOOKS. BAM PH LEI'S, MAG A
etc., b lind or rebound at Tim
Titim E bfflcs
(gmck work. Reasonable
EAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 1 14,
corner Bprnee strwoi and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty uieal tickets for Uood
CAM KNA1 PHAB TAKEN THE LIVRatf,
P Stable lately occupied by Prod S. Warren
117 Monroe avenue, rear, when he is prepared
to furnish first-olais Landaus, Burreya rhea
tons and Buggies god horses and caref ul
drivers. Teh phoue eonnedtions.
STOCKHOLDERS MEET1NO -THE AN
r nual msutiiu of the sti kholders of the
Providence Bas and Water Company will bs
h Id at the Delaware and Hudson Canal Com
pany's onliding, 487 Franklin avenue, Keren
ton. fa , at 0 a. in.. Monday. May 7. I SSL to
elect officers to servo dlttflna the ensuing year.
and transact any other business that may be
Ii. P. ATBERTON, Secretary.
Bcrau toil .April 5, 1804.
T A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS OF
.'V tbe Nay Aug Falls and Elmhurst Boule
vard company It was resolved that a meotlng
Of the stockhohlers be called to convene at
the general offlos of the company, room 10,
Republican building, on thu jtn nay of June
A. D. 1804, In take action on the approval or
disapproval of Ihe proposed increase of tho
capital stock or ssid oompauy from Sjll5,0tD to
$lle,nou, and that the secretary be, aud he is,
hereby directed to give notice thereof as re.
ipiired by law. T. II. WATK NS,
'HE ANN II A I. HI BET I No i IF T 1 1 B BT( H'K-
held at their office in Jjrrtnyn. Pa., on Wed
needay, April 18, at 8 o'clock P. M. for the pui
pose oi elocling direetork for rile ensuing year,
and such other biisitn-ss as may ci.me bofore
them. WmS. Hl 'ICitlNo'S. Societary.
Notice to Taxpayers.
E to TAXPAYERS -THE 1A.V-
payers of the city of scranton. Pa., ill
hereby take notice that the board of appeal
Hpnoiuled by the city councils of said city to
hear . i nd determine appeals trom city assess
ment for th year I80i are liolillni; meetings
daily at the office of the city clerk between
then ursof Pa. m. and 4 p, at. for the pqrpose
aforesaid and tfuil appeals will only be heard
In csses'of ne'w siensiinifnts forsaid year, the
authority vested In said board not permitting
the revision of assessments tor any year but
that of 1804, The meetings of thu board will
.. use March 81, 1KB,
Bv order of beard of sppeale,
II. T. LAVELLE.
4 N OBDINANCE
I'ltuViDiNG For THE
f a sower dl-d riot in the
Sixth wa. d of the borough nf Dunmoi u.
Bo it ordsined by the Burgees and Town
OonnolLof the Boroagb of Duuroorev ami it is
hereby ordained by the autiioiily of '.lie
BBOTTOM I That, lb territory In th" Sixth
ward of the Bornur.li 0 Danmoro, mnliiaaod
within the following boundaries, simil mnti
hatSS 'ewer Is 1 1 i I bS known as Sewer
District No. I.
Begiiiiingata p iiut on Miriou street r.t the
Bon ngh line adjoining th City of Beront tin,
tbenCeslpng Marldn street to ItslnUreecUcn
with Miiiirje avenue; thence along tho lino
of Monroe avenue, and Including tho several
ho , mi the southeasterly Mib thereof to auont
Ihrix. hundred and sixty (3810 feet beyond
Delaware Street, up t j what is known as Ihe
Did mm estate line; tuencs along said Dleksnn
astatu llu anil parallel to DelaWSI 0 StTuf and
di-ita it therefrom ab ait three hundred and
sixty (aT.0) fnoi lu a northwes'erly direction
(Creasing Adams nvcunci to thob irongh linn
adjoining the oity of Beranton, tkene along
said liorojiih a d city lounilsry bne lu a
westerly ilii ecti in to the p'ace of bei,-iniilng.
Sk . 'i. All ordinances heretotoTO pa n d
creating a sever dis.rlct Ineonsintent here
with are lu r by rii caled.
1 a.sed by council Ap. il ISM
A. E. IIAGGEKTY.
rrsefdent of Council,
Approved April 1894.
T. J, DUOOAN. Burgess..
Attest: I'll illl.rs p. FAVAaU, Secret a ry.
N BDINANCB PROVIDING FOR THE
construction of u torrn cotta pipe, main
r .ili i latcrul sewers connecting the owltll.
i-'ulatlug uinnuur of paying and collecting
.f.e-in i.ti io i.iinv Out-expense, UwsoqI
and luakbag an anproprintioa 01 filliiis for
the same, and providing for the appointment
Section I. Be it ordained by tho burgess
and town council of tho borough of Dunmore
aadit is hereby oraaiucd by the authority Of
That the First district eSWN systeta in the
Sixth ward o siid boroujli as bsreafter de
scribed, icgeiliir vh'a tbe necessary bairns,
mas-boles, lamp-hole, fixtures aud up lhuice
ho eonstmoted ci lalri iu accoi'dsneo with
the phns and sp oifloatlons filed in theolEce of
tho ooiougb r'.di ii.tUo iiid plauj sud tpeiBct-
tlons having been prepares by j. EL Bitten-
l o .se, cltil eiigmeor, a d that a torra ixt;
pips mail', sewer shall be constructed on Qreen
hid,;, street, i'uait the LorougL lino adjoining
tho city of Serar.ton on and along Ihn suld
street to ha Intoiesutlon with Monroe aveuue,
and that lateia' sewers Connecting therewith
shall be ei.iiMi ucted as follows: On Adams
avenue from Marion street tothe Dickson Vou
Storch line, on Jefferson avenue from Mm . i.
Street to the Dickson -Von Storch line; ou
Monroe avenue from Green KiUge street to
the Dickson Vou Storch Hue
That the said woik shall be done under the
supervision aid direction and to thu satisfac
tion ot the borough engineer.
SEC. I.', for the purpose of paying for the
construct. on of said sctver sys en there 1-
hereby appropriated the sum of 115,000, or so
lunch ther. ot as may be necessary, which said
Sum shall be derived trom assessments ac
cording tothe heueOts on lots slid lauds bene
flted by s.i.l .ewer.
Sec. J Immediately ou the passage of this
Ordinance t he attorney for tho borough shall ap
ply to tho court of common pless of Lacka
wanna county to appoint viewers to assess the
damages which may be done to private prop
erty by thu location and construction of said
sewers, and also to assess tho costs and ex
pensas of constructing said sewers, and also to
assess thu benefits to property benefited by
said Hewers lu the uiauuer provided by law.
Sac. t. The sums assessed for tau purpose of
payiug thu dauiagob, costs .uJ exi eusoitof said
sowers upon properties benefited thereby,
shall be payable as follows: One third thereof
on the execution ot the contract for said
sower, one third th reof four months
after tile date oi' llnal conUruiation
of the report of viewers fixing the
assessments aud the balance or so
much thereof, as may be necessary within six
months (rem the iiateof said final asoeumi nt
And the borough attorney shall wit bill six
months from the said final assessments or con
firmation, tile hens tor all said assessments.
Any assessment or Instalment there. ot may bo
paid before It is due, and interest thereon
ShalteeSSe from the dale of said priyuiont.
KKOi immediately after Ihe Ileal confiruia
ti"ii of the report of the ssid viewers, the
lii'i'iiiigh Clerk shali advertise for sealed pro.
p-.sils ,,, e nstruct said sewer system and the
contract shall be let to i he lowest responsible
bidder. Bach proposal shall, be accompanied
by oasb or a certified check in tbe sum ot one
hundred dollar-, lu case the i iiiler to whom
the contrast shall have been awarded refuses
or omits to exvcutoa contract for the work in
accordance with the plans and specifications
tberetor, within ten days froui the cte of
award, t e enclosure aoiompanyiag this pro
pose shall lie forfeited to thu Use of tho Lor
OOgh "f Dunmore.
btCC. 0. Tho contractor shall, before theexe
CUtlon of thooontract, give a bond iu thu
sum ot five thousand dollars with sureties, to
be approved by the burgess and council nnd
conditioned lor the faithflfl nerfoi-uiaiieu of
the Work according to the coutract and thu
plans hihI speelfii al Ion,
The contract shall bo completed within 8
months alter the execution, and shall contain
a penally of t wenty dollars per day for every
day in exoeta of said time Until
BSC 7. The contractor shall n paid on
monthly estimates uiade by the borough En
gin ler, less ten per cent., which shall be held
until thecomnletion ot the work, nud its up
proval by the Borongh Engineer and tba Sewer
committee, All amounts not paid within
thirty days after they shall become duo. shall
bear interest at the rate ot -i per cnlnni per
But in n case shall the contract, ir be entitli d
to receive any sum whatever in excess of the
niiiouut actually received by the Borough
fnnn the assi'Nsini nf on iiropcrlics benefited
by the constnu-t iun of said si-wi ri.
BSC. s. If it shall appear when the actual
amount ot damages, coats and expenses of
c. ii tr'.etiiiB the s.iid sewers shali be a-.ei.-r
taiued that tho aggregate thereof is less than
tho estimated amount as II xo 1 by the report of
the viewers, the Borough Engineer shall pro
pare a revised aseOSStnsnt i" which lio suall
reduce all assessments for benefits prorata,
in the proportion that the damages, crisis and
expi nsos, asesf Imated by the lowers, exceeds
tho actual damages, costs and expenses, and
shall certify the same to the Borough 4 'lei k
who shall deliver a copy thereof tothe Bor
ough i reasnrer.
ski . Before work is coram need on sidd
sewer the Council shall apnoint an Inspect r
to oversee said work, who shall be paid two
dollars ano fifty cents per day.
SBC. IU. Hie lioniiigh ot uuumore hereby de
claroetbat wheneversafd sewers, or any part
theren'. pass through private properly', that
i; dlselaln s any title or right to such private
property, exoipt eo fsr us it is necessary to
nse and occupy the same in the construction
and mantenauce of tbe sewer herein provided
for beneath the sttrfaOS of the ground, and so
far as it may be neeescary to enter thereon,
from time to time, for the purpose of making
necessary repairs and construction,
Passed by council April -i. 1804.
A. E UAGGBRTY,
rrest. of Council.
Approved April 'J. 1894.
T. J. DUGGAN, Uurt'oss.
Attest: en as. P. BAVAOB, Bet r,
DEALS') PROPOSALS WILL EE HE
t COlved at tho ofllco of the O.y Clerk,
Scranton, Pa . until 7,88 o'clock p. in. Thnr;
day, April In, ISU4, to furnish amllay sidewalk
and paved guitar on wester y side of tfixtli
street from L'tckawanua aeuue to Cavlion
street, in accordance with the plans and spec'
Oeatlona iu oflloeof City Cleric Bidders shall
ancle! w '"' each proposal the sum of ten
i.ili' i dollars, casa or certified cheek. In case
the bidder to wiio n tho contrail shall have
been awarded omi s to oxoenio a contract for
tb Work, the encloiiiro ot teu dollari. a. -uin-paliying
his pn.po-al shall he forfeited to the
ofty id Scranton The city ri Serves the right
to reject any all bids. Bv order of city conn
oils. M. T. LAVKI.I.K. Cit) Clerk.
Scranton. i'a.. April 7. 1881,
CEALKD PROPOSALS WILL BE RB
I? cetved at the ottice of tho I'lty Clerk,
Scranton, Pa., nntfl 7. SUo'eloak p.m., Tlmrs
day, April 18, IMH to grade orioa street
botweeit Washiu ton and Sanderson uveimes
Tlio sti t !s to begraded to its full width and
tho work i- tn be done in accordance with tho
plans and i pacifications in the city engineer's
oBioe and under his directions, Each bid
shall be accompanied by a certified oheek or
dh in th'' sunt of teu per centum of ' the
amount bid. In case the biilitei- to whom the
oontract snail have been awarded refuse or
omit to execute a contract wltoin ten days
i ruin date of award thereof, the enclosure i.e.
mntpanylnft hi proposal shall be forfeited to
thecity of BprantOU. The city engineer's esti
mate of Cost of the work is four hundred an I
twcnt. -flve dollars. The city resei ves the
right to i eject any and all bids, BV order of
ciljciuncil. M. T. LAVELLE. Cit Chirk.
C BALED PB()P08AL8 WILL HE KK
l otived at the office of tho City Clerk
Scranton, Pa., until 7l8oeioei y. m. Tburs
day. April It'. 1881, to construct a lateral
sewer In Roche court from Ihe Flfteentfi ills
trlot main sew. r westerly a dlstanco of about
0 ght hundred aud seventy feet (878) feet;
also to construct the manhole, Isjnpholes.
branches and fixtures that are designated, ami
to furnish all labor ami phppllc Seeeseory to
OODaplete the work I'l'opoMils shall state
price per lineal toot complete Bidders shall
enclose ti lth ram pn p sal the vnin of llvepei-
centum of the ant iunt bid as a guarantee to
eatseute a contract within ten days it' awarded
Ihesame. The work shall bit finished within
sixty days from date of commencement. I'rn
posali not accoinpanied bv the rerjnired de
posit and not iu accordance with advertise
ment aud ordinate i will not be considered.
The city reserves the right to reject auy and
all bids. Ry order of cltv councils.
M. T. LAVELLE, CltvCleik
Beranton, Pa . April 7, 1884.
ftEALKD PROPOSALS WILL BE HE
l celved by the fscranton BeBidof Health
t their otitic in the Municipal Building until
April 18, IBM, at L8B p. in , for the eniiectioii
01 i.arhuge in ihe districts hereafter describsd,
-,ii ; to'the following condition:
I, The contractor shall pr ',-lde himself with
SUit ' vehicles. to be approved by the Board.
With water tight metallic boxes, 'and as near
air tight as may be.
. The etutee lion of garbage shall be made
ll-iiin i .ms c,.nve;,.'iitly lueafeil mi the premie s
of Hie respective property holders three timo
a we 1". from the drat of Julie to the first of
October, end twico a weak from th first of
October to the first of Jan.
Bids to be bnned mi the price to ho chat ati
each tamly per week or mouth for collect im
trhage its above specllled, Willi s nil rates
I. 1 he cm ti in i n shall I'liilrct his own billu
as the Heard of Health will assume norespons
The First district shall embrace the Klrst,
Beoond, Third, and 'I WeAty Hist wards,
'the Second district shall mbre tb"
Konrth, Firth, sixth, Fourteenth, Fttteenth,
and Eighteenth ward
The Third district 1011 unbrace the
Eleventh, Twelfth, Nineteenth and Twentieth
The Fourth d -.trhl Shall embrace tbe
Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Sixteenth uud Seven
Hin. tor the collection of ashes may also be
enclosed, but must be made separately.
The Board reserves the right to re ic t any
or all bhiii.
THE HOUANTON ROAHD OK HEALTH.
WAtran Batoos, Bsorstary,
BE sure and
get your choice
One Coupon and One Dime
LADIES' SPRING CAPES AND MPS
150 NEW ARRIVALS TODAY.
Id Our Dress Goods Department
We are showing a Handsome Line of Batin Stripe Jav
anais. It will pay you to look at them.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE 209 T "Z
MINING, BLASTING AND SPOItTINO
Manufactured at !h Wapwallopen Mills, Lu.
me county Pa., aud at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District,
uO Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
" bird National Bank Budding.
tfios F0PD.''KHrsto':. pa.
JOHN B SMITH SON; Plymouth. P.
E w Ml'i.r.maN u-OL-uu.i,r. u. I
Agents for tba KepauM ciieinical C'Jm- i
rally's High Explosives
Oh, My Poor
Yes, they are undoubtedly poor and will continue so
until you have them properly and scientifically
fitted with suitable Glases. Our Mr. Adams is
well qualified and we do not charge you a small
fortune, either. Try him. Xo fit, no charge.
SOT LACKAWANNA AVDNci;
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OR
THE WARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
EC'RANTON AND WILKEU-BABRE, PA.. MANDrACTORER&VO
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMHINU MACHINtRY.
Ask for SR. WtOTT'S PBHITTKOT AT. PIT.I.B atui take no other.
rar Send for oiroular.
DR, MOI'T'fS CHKIVIICVl tX.. - C'lovoLnid, OLIo.
FnrHnt liyC. M. HABItIS, Drngglsl)
"trUht AND AFTER USING. uo uttu-i . a tutrix
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, DruUt, car. Washington
ilv & Wallace
Make Over Mattresses,
60S uud HOI Lackawanna
General Offlos, SCRANTON. PA.
a3a?"lEB'SS Th0 01,17 0ht0' 9ur an
11 I . I Ii' , . ..i.u ilMU
ovur offevod to Ludloe,
cd to married Ladies.
PrU - e ll.00 vet box oe for tr.00.
197 feint Avenue.
ThUM4mdi.-r.ij! rguiedj uat'
I Ailtfi .! t 1 fill.' nil iirftoUl (til
nao, tjurh as Weak Menui.ry, l.on vt Hmln . ; i . i - ..i-t'futnrit,
Loll m iiiili(ttt. Nltrhtlf lrulastMin, Ncrvi iw , nil i: m hh ntnl I - tii .Minor
IniiPiieratiTuOfvivrisof (-aborsi'vofiu-pdhy over i'H'rtln, jrouthrul ri run,
I'xoHMlvn uw vt lobneon. opium orntmulnnts. wUchltftll t- lutlrniUv, CpO
uoinUomirlnpfttiHy. i jn b cantt'dl o voM p'H'knt. 1 jht box, 6 f ur 8
flby mall pmiinltl. W ith k UOrtMrwnTl rt urllien mmrnnlrt tnciipo
L..'.. .4' I st.. ... r i.... U,l. Kv all driLiirUtri A . k fill' It. IHIH
BttVF. ,sr.i:ro. Muwmic Tcmpic, cuicauu.iUs
Retail Mattresses at
Ave , corner Adams A I
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
WLDESDAY, APRIL 11.
ExtTI ordinary Artists Musical Novelty,
Madame Sissisretta Jones,
Known as th BLACK PATTI. and from the
Berlin ConssrVstory, the accomplished
I Nina, pianist: Eumy. violinist: Lilly. violinist,
and from her recent London triumphs,
ftfISS DLXLA THOMPSON,
Singing Rea'cr. Riciterand I'ersotntor. The
1 n:-jst deUgbtfttl entertninment of tbe kinuj
! over given here. Nuodvaneu in prices,
rale of Seats opens Monday.
Week commencing MONDAV, APKll. a
Uiand Double Mammo'.l: Spectacular
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
jNumb ring Thirty Artists uud a Quartette,
with Special Scenery and all Accessories.
Grand Street Farade Daily
With full .Military Band, headed by the
M UP, DRUM-WHJQR 111 THE WORLQ.
ADMISSION, 10. 'io and 30 CENTS
Psnormanees every atieiuoon, sicept Mon
pays and 1 liursdays. at S.30. and every even
lag at B.1& Doors open st l.dUnnd 7.WP.M.
Coal of Uin test qualltv for domestic a is. .1.1
of all sices, delivered in any part of the city
st lowest price
Orders left at my offlee,
NO. 118, WYOMING AVENUE,
1 luur l.sam T 1.1.. i t...i i n.
or sout ty mail or trtauliODt) to tha niina.
F4MIT pi-oiupt atttentfon.
sun yvmri) j BWsWWBMM JtRL
ltd Halt..,i. rt 1 s . y
WM. T. SMITH.
Th.1t we are he:nlouartr.i fnr vvervthlnv tn-.
th Hue f WATCH K8. If yon havo anylde
I of purchasing any kind nf a Watch, lady's or
gout's. Hold or Silver, yon will make a ariev
us nnstako it you do not give us a cab and
mt Ottr prices, whlrli you will find far below
II i neve, especially ill all tho bigb gradsaof
Elgin, Wall haw and Hampden movements
It' t en have any doubttt and are at all posts I
mi prices Kie ns a call and 7S wul nave t
' .-... -i. tit ilitt, .,.,, .,f u.n1 will ..It.-.- ii.n wnnal
Clocks and all other gooili wltiiub we have Id
i ' 1 in. 11". 1 It .liirni " in .lei.i-ii., inri urn.
C. W. Freeman
1 '1 im Ave. and t$nruue St.
B mm na.Asak U m aft on r...n.iintlvr.ursl I
i hi mm vmsim n-Zm
ledy, unolsriuutrty, bteitvl by vm,nt(i ..!. I
iVHitie awa (n-,.n isaia, unnrsim ..vw s
I life fr... n I '-.-'l.tr i-cs! '.rrr l.v .nail Wliaii UotSUiaB I
Ikud MtrciirylWl, Our Mrslc Romdy wHll
I pontiwy true. Linm iikhkui i-v