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THE SCTJAXTON TTUBUIE-WEDNESDAY M OBoNTKG. APRIL IS, 1594.
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Tb ro!)c?ylvni nnilre.vi COBipanj
made return in the United Strifes cir
cult couit at Philadelphia Monday to
tua writ oi! nlternitiT mmdaou in
tha proceediujj brought by R. B.
VTigtou & Sons, in wuicb the company
whs charged wsth discrimination in
.iirryiutr rates for bituiuiiiou-i coal
Tha railroad company oontanda that
tha court hag not jurisdiction, is tha
state court of i-vnusylvatna and New
Ji-raey should determine the dispute.
It denies tbnt the plaintiff have ban
chaiged more than other shipper!, or
that by uiian9 of device of rebate,
drawback or ullotViinc; iu:li reault u
Reporti from twinty of the leading
industrial plant in the vicinity of
Wheeling, V. Va., ihow that fully bo
per cent, of the men employed by theiu
at this time lat year are uow employed.
The percentage of men employed would
be very much higher, were it not for
the glats and pottery strikes afWting
four concerns. Four concerns of the
Wheeling Steel and Iron company have
returned within the past ten days, em
ploying over 1,000 men.
It is anuounced that the l.shiiih Val
ley Coal eompauy will store in the
vicinity of Boston 500, 0U0 tons of an
thracite coal, to be shipped from Perth
Atnboy as speedily as possible. The
coal will be shipped iti bee-line barges.
A fleet of thirty of the barges have
been tied up at Perth Aiuboy, out of
couiuiUslou for four months.
"Holland" say, apropos of L
Grand B, Cannon's departure tor ilu
rope, that it may ba aatdown as assured
that the proposed M, 000, 000 issue ot
new Delaware and Hudson stock will
be issued at par la exchange for the
bonds dollar for dollar. The opinion
grows that before many mouths a prop
osition will have beau made to the
stockholders to lease the Deluwaie mi l
Hudson system, for so long a term of
year as practically to be perpetual, to
tha Now York Ceutral upon an y par
cent, batis, thus agaiu illustrating the
inevitable tendency of that corporation
to control every interest whose associa
tion woulJ provide protection through
ampat helix management.
Chicago Gram aad. FrOTillOBI,
ycr-AXTos. April Tbo rciie-inj ;v:?t
tons are eupyliodaad cjrrect-'t dilly by La
E;ir 'i Fv.Ihr. stock tJTOi.CTa.Bl Wyoffllnl ntO'
Highest ., CI
cientific Discovery That is
Food to Life
CEHT Connolly &W
Lowest . .
3H RT RIBS.
Wny It l That This Food Wn:n Taken
Into the Stomach Does Not Have
To Be Digested
New York Produce Market.
Nkw York. April 18 Flotjb-DuII,
Wheat Dull, eauier; No. - red, store
and elevator, C'saOBlfu.; afloat, MaMVc.;
f.o. b., 83tatJ4)ic ungraded red, OOaMC. ;
No. 1 northern. TllcJn'. j options closed weak
at ,Hic. up to ,'sc. down; No. - red cloned,
April, BtJCi May, 6IX.! Juue, 01c . July,
WXe.; August, wie. , Baptambar, 07 v..
Octuber, W4c. ; December, 70" .'c.
( 'OKN M ore. active, tlriuor; No. H'4a
llt'c. elevator, 45.'a4jJii'. afloat: ungrad
ed iuieil, 4.r,M4Co ; steamer mixed, iSM
40c.; optioii cUied steady at )a'sc. over
yesterday; April, 44c; Jlav, UVc.
04.T4 Fairly active, tirmar, options dull,
flrraer; April, S7?c j May, S7c . July,
KOc. : snot price, No. 'J, 38c; No. 'J while,
40a40Wai No. '! Chicago, c; No.
a. .(7c; No. a white, ayaSy.'c.; mixod
western, SBaB9fC.; white do. and White
Tiehceii Beei. - Inactive.
Cl'T IflATa Plraari pickled bellie.
i'3c. pickled shoulder, t;l,c ; pickled
Laud Upeced linn, closed wenker.ouiet;
western steam. Is 19; city. TKtfffO.: op
tion sale, none: refined, weaker, contin
ent, IS.50; Bottth America, S .86; com
BiTTEn Moderate demaud, freely of
fered; state dairy, new, I6a88)4j0.; do.,
old, UalTc. ; do., creamery, new, -4c.;
Pennsylvania do., '.'4c. ; western dairy,
new, 12alUc. ; do., creamery, new, 17a-,'4c.
do., factory, iUaUe ; elfins, ilc; mutation
Cheese Firm, fair demand.
Eoos Quiet, easy; state and Pennsyl
vania, lfiVai9W, western fresh. l'2c ;
Minor News of Industries:
Receiver Paxson and Superintendent
Sweigard are making a tour of mspeotiou
ot the Reading railroad.
A deal has been effected botween the
asicnees of Elbert H. Coleman and Jacob
Si Sbeuk and Thomas Evans, of Lebanou,
by which the anthracite furnaces at Corn
Will wiH be leased to them. Estonsive
repairs cr; :o;7 in prcsress aati the capac
ity of th? f urnaces will oo doubled to in
ure an output of 100 tons cfirona day.
Sir C laman rnasag I the orks.
About 1 100 miners in the Lchign rsgion
wiii return ro wotk on May 1, after an
idleness of ten weeks. The wori; of trip-
ijiug '.-11'! be begun by J W. Crtlin sc Co., a-
thek i: "Veut; and Coyle Bros. Specimen
The new bridge across the Lackawanna I b a. CHSord Now OMML Wis waa
nv. i at yuryea. )ut oppoaita tM Will- traablad with nauraliiia and rh piimai ism.
if.TTi r. Ilpi-v 1 , r. p ...i nnrl Th im- ... . ..
(roaches are now being ttlied in, Tue
VTanlavf dtt kinds cost '.hat m-.icft, c.T
en( tations tTonfd,wAA or inserted
t cii.-.i?;2bia Tnilo-rr ilark't.
PciIADirniA, April IT. Tailc. was I
quiet ana unengaged. Prices were
; Piirue city in bogabcads. 47:;c; prima
, country, in oarreij, 4?Jc.: do. dart la Oar
j rels. imiz. ; cakes, 5a5c. i grease, c
hio stomach was disordeted. his liver was
afTa.-rtlA tn a. l..n.inn .Inn-.... .,nT...i .
tructure will be ready tor use m a tew , U .... . k ... ikT. ?ZZZi i
' n. b and strength fhies bottles of ti.-c-
tric Bitters cureii Lirn
days and will b a great convenience for
the Conceit Coal company and its em
D-url.rwt truli.l IM w, re. n . lltu Pas linff
1.' .... . i U. . v ...p ...i .......
Dispatch will hereafter be run via the
main line to Wiihamsport, thence over the
'Williamsport and North Branch to a point
near Bernice. from which point to Euffulo
uud IsiispenMOu Bridge it will use the
tracks ot the Lehigh Valley. This will
uive the Beading a haul of Kub miles over
its own lines, whereas under the old route
the distance over its owu route, Philadel
phia to Bethlehem was only OS miles.
The freight buciuess of the Schuylkill . - .-..
Valley division of the Pennsylvania road y J ( )V(r
shu.tssiaus of improvement. The night A-
shifter at Norristown has aain been
placed in service.
Prevention is better than cure, and you
may pierent that tired leeling by takiug
Hood's taraaparilla, trhioh will r.eep your
blood pure and free (rpB acid taiut aud
germs of disease.
Edward bcepherd, Harrisburg, ill., had
a running sore on his leg of eight years'
statiding. Used three bottle of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Back ten's
Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had
nve larso fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottlo Electric
Bitters and one hot Buckleu's Arnica
Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by Mat
gripe, but act
do not purge, pain or
promptly, easily aud
FINANCIAL ANU COMMfcRCIAL
Stooks and tonds
New York, April 17. There was a fall
ing off in the transactions at rbe stock ez
i hange today, the total sales of stocks hav
ing amounted to iiO.oOO shares. Opening
fifOfaaai aruio were ioor. The rcilway
tronbta at the west were us'd by the
traders bat thoy did Lot haro much effect
It was currently reported that the em
ployes of the Uiasonri Pacific would strike
and that the men on northwestern roads
would go out in order toassist their friends
ot the ti.eat Northern road ine impies
however. Towaid the close the nositwe 1 -:nu cavuiTa). to be held on
Nomerous old residents are out with
parallels to tbo recent April blizzard.
April 13, 1867, witnessed such a storm,
mid It w.ih h corker, if we may believo
tba Wilkta-Barra Record of that 'late
Several rooi were crushed in by the
iCanmnlatad snow and loa They didn't
build very substantial roofs in those
days. At Pottsville. on April '0 of the
same year, the snow was eighteen
inches deep. In 1841, April 14, Wilkea
Barre mountain was covered with
snow; while on Mar 2. of the same
y?ir. mow fell and ico fonaed thr---loartii"-
of an inch thick. Jaao i. 1S41;
there vra a killing frc3t.
Spaakiag of that bli;;ir i, the fact
itious young stroudsburg O.ily iims
buriesciues it as follows: "A number
iif t.romir.ttnt vrtnni t . I1, . ... i unnlL.
! men ol kht towns are arrancinK for a
Cut a short Uwa ago some eminent
scientist made a groat discovery
They discovered that fat and oils
didn't tatten thin ptople Everything
seems simple after someone else has
found it out. If we had thought, wo
would have remembered that for ages
doctors have i'orbiddeu ITARCB food to
people who wanted tog get thin. It
follows that they onaht to re
commend STARCH foods to people
who want to get fat Nobody
knows why they didn't do so. Nobody
knows why they all don't do so now.
But they are learning. More are re
commending it every day. Thoy are
beginning to believe in Paskola, be'
cause Paskola is u staroh food.
It has long been known that starch
food il the most natural food for man.
Of the four chief cliomical divisions of
human food, viz i starches, fuN, al
bumens and salts, etarch is the most
important, fats the least Important
If we had only starch we eonld do
without fatty food. We would die if
we tried to do without starch food.
Many people are dying today because
their digestive organtt cannot digest
stau h food. They eat plenty of starch
but they can't digest it. They keap
thin. They keep getting thinner
There is but on hope for them i Pas
kola. One reason thnt Paskoln will help
them is because it is a pure starch
An thar reason is becauso it Is a pre
Nothing but starch food will ever
make yon fat, strong aud hearty., Meat
or alunuiinon.s food merely repair
waste tissue. But even if it wera pre
digested, it would not make you fat.
Fat food cai not ba pie-digested
food, combined with natural vegetable'
ferments which aid the digestion of
Paskola is the only starch food which
will tuake a continued thin pertou fat.
Paskola creates an appetite lor other
foods and held your stomach to digest
them. It also tones up and gives
strength to the feable stomach.
The old, old uotiou about fats aud
oils and fatty foods making a pernon
fat is fast fading away. Th most
eminent scientists aud medical men
lnv Ions since c?ased to beiievs in it.
The rank and Sio of the profession ate
fast following their example.
Even if fatty food could make peopia '
strong and fat ail the good it would do
would be to well people for it is only
well people's stomachs that cm stand
it. Well people don't used food that
will make them fat. Tbey are gener
ally fat already if tbey weren't fat,
they Wouldn't be Weil
It il just the people who need food
that will make them fat whose
stomachs can't stand fatly food. We
can't fight Naturs Thin sick people
have a very general and decided avei
sion to fats aud oil'. That ought to bo
sufficient proof to us that fat is not
what thoy need to make them well
Evrn the thinnest and sickest people
They like other starch food too.
They probably eat a good deal of starch
food, Nature allows them to do so.
They have uo decided aversion to it.
This is proof that starch food is a good
The reason that the fool that thin
people eat does not makl them fat is
imply that they do not digest it. They
are sick, ami that is the sickness they
snlTer lioiu. Most dyspip ics ofettOOl
even retain Htarcn foo I on their st nu
a. i. It ferments uml forms u noxious
gat. They are in the unhappy state of
needing starch toot) so badly that they
are slowly dying for thu want of it, and
yet Ifagy cannot digest it The most
delicate stomach can retain Palkola.
The gnat diffarenoa between ordi
nary goo I starch food and Paskola is
that Palkola is pre-digested. Paskola
would makl you fat if you hadn't a
atom ich Willi a stomach, no matter
how ?iek it m y be, PasKoU m ikes you
fat all tba quicker. P.ukola is supjr- '
ccd.ac Cod Liver O.l, BhtoatMtit is1
pleas mt to the tastl and is far more
effective in it cper ition.
A pamphlet giving (nil particular?
respecting Paskola will be sent on ap
plication to the Pic-Digested Food Co ,
30 Kende St., Nt w Y". rk City.
AlSTL'D-a YOUNG MAi JM wt.N-
aral education 0 Mini a pesmoa wmm
he can devotn a ttiu hour i a day ro a special
studv Is I ioeUlSbar, ttpiimtir and pros
IKfttive stenosraphvi. Experienced in law
office Good itfcretues. Tflall salary ex
psctad. Address H J . u-i X' .iroc-t. city
SITUATION WANTED B"i A lOLNU
V-' lady with experience in a umlinoi y stoie
Can BlYI hclt of retorence. Addrjss L. P ,
'M Penn avonua Third floor.
GREATEST HOSIERY Ml
1 IF m AGE.
SITUATION WANTED - A
O leo-jkl htp in MS work bv
the d-y tt
a'jhinit or ciu&mnE. r will take washing
lorn AddriatUABi DONNELLY,
Oreb rd trei"t
WANTED-BYA BOV 1.1 YEAKS OF AGE
' ' employment in hotel, store or on a larrn
AddrSM W BAKKE3 Bt'IiCH, East Stroua
YOUNG MAN, U, WHO HAS HAD EXPE
rioncoasa clerk and D, E. bookkeeper
desires position 3 either or both Expects
Bmall salary at first Would likean interviow.
Addiess Box 3:.', Tunkhannock, Pa.
C? baker: best of references.
Baker. 307 Washington Avenuo.
Help Wanted -Male.
Gu 1 BOYS TO HELL
at Hi - new base Hall
Uruundaat goranton, Pa Apply StlUwy
NTED Yot'NG MAN WHO UNDEK
stainls teleeraphy wd h . c . . i . to
go out of the elt). Call at WOOD'S e'OL
1 K"ods bv I
i i rfiRAL
V-l liikt now
WANTED -TO SELL OC R
ample to the wholesale and le-
tall trade: m. o.l sieht to every business man
ornnn; lib ia; ..ami V and expenses paid. Do
aitiuu peiiaiinent For terms address with
ltrap,CENTEN NlAL M F U.CU , Milwaukee
articles to .1. .i. i aXelttltVI
territory, no campltltlon, no capital le
ipiired; '.'OO to iloii per cant proht. C'oLUM
lilA CHEMICAL CO., tin and 71 Dearborn
tdreot, t'hieaifo, III
l ' A A I ED MAS "5 I in LIFE AND KIKE
v v insurance experience us solicitor in
Lackawanna county: good inducements to
right man. Address fl'i'i X Betz building.
rniiauelpliia. I .
AN 'I ED-AGhM TO TAKE uKDEKS
UV ample: we will tv exiieu-e and -a!
ai y or allow liberal commission: samples sent
on application. Address Lo.k Box GT'.'V New
IOIt KENT-BUILDING MS LACK A
X wanna avenue from April L 0HABLB8
H WELLES, Coal ExchaiiKP.
UOK RENT-THREE ROOM'S. FRONT ON
IT seco id tioor. over N A Hulbert's music
stors. 117-Wyoming aTenv.e, frcru April 1. In
quire in the store-
rd feet of yard
ALL SIZES HOSIERY FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. POSITIVELY FAST BLACK,
1 8c. Per Pair. 3 Pairs for 50c.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE,
Opp. Court House.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopou Mills, Lu
Urns county I'a aud at wit
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District.
u8 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa
Third National Bank Buildinj.
Make Over Mattresses,
and we Retail Mattresses at
THOK. FORD HittHtmi. Ta
JOHN h SMITH ft BON t Plymouth. r.
I. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes-Harre, Pa
Ageutb tor the Kepaauo Chemical Com
luny'b High Exploaives
The Scranton Bedding Co
UU'i uud (104 Lackawanna Art., corner Adam. Ale.
rpo LET FOB A TERM
1 ?rt or ail of three hu:i i
rccm nlons railroad.
- 1 staclishnienE
rpO RENT STOKE 26SII OR FURNISHED
1 hall on Green Ridge street. Very desira
ble location and on NWonabli terms- Apply
toF E NETTLETON or O. S. WOODKbEE.
Rtpnhltcan 1 n.;
fOR BALK A FARM OF EIGHTY ACBE8,
J. one and one hair miie3 Itom Dalton on
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad First-clssi farm house withanev,;;
uil;n sprine urby: two barns, good land
aud good orchard Will be sold cheap. Terms
eas '. Address B F VON STORCH or IAAC
ELLIS, executors, Dalton, Lnekawanna
r barrels f
Will str et.
FOWL MANURE, EIGHT
r S4.0e: also brown lep.hoi n cues
Apply to Ed Griflitbs, W Rock-
pHAETON FOB BALE-INQUIRE OF R
I il. Coatoa court itanoitraphari conrt
houa.-. or 4 111 Clav avenue.
1,'OR SALE - ACRB
1 and utensils J. M
LHUi SALE R EXCHANGE FOR SCR vN
r ton propel ty -A boarnv orange groye
increasing in production and value yearly in
tna orafiM nation in Honda. Addraa v. E.
-i . iliETON, LakaHaUn, itoiMa
i ll. rs be t
ALL PREPARED To FURNISH
bucmess men With Hi st ilass stenot-ra
e d.iv or h'ttir. rxiwi T L..cl:k -eruiur
altv SCRANTON COMMERCIAL
IATION, Limited, liSonrncB street.
nOR SALE-SINGLE HOUSE, UK WUlNOvT
.V atlJUUi very dnJrabla location. Anply
G. F. REYNOLDS, or vYILLARD, WARKEN
wLS-aueineDt ot" half a million Bold frirahip-
inent to Enrope by Saturday's steamer was
iir.C'j.inced and the Grangers again devel
oped weakness St Paul loll nearly a
point, and the other lesua fell off propor
tionately. At the close a steady tone pre
vailed The following complete table shafting the
day I DOCtnatiooa in iiutlvo stocks is supplied
an.l r I l.nly by LaB-.r .t F.aler stock
brokers, 121 Wyoming avenue
Am Cot. Oil 3IV4
Am. augar IQj
A. T. ft 8. F l&H
Can. So. il
Cen. N. J
Chic, ft N. W. HXVtj
Q , B. ft Q 31t4
'i.i, Qas 0o4
C, C.C ftBt. L. .. 3nVj
Col , Hock. Val.aiT
D. ft H 141
D., Li W lbtl
D. ft C. F '.'It
G. E. Co 41
Lake Shore LW
L. ft N ti-M
Miss. Pac W
Nut Lead UHH
N. Y.ftN. E lit
H Y. Central 1UM
-M. Y O. ft W inn?
N. Y.,8. A W ....
U. 9. C. Co 'im
North Pac M
North Pac. pt It
Pac. Mall 17
Rock Island TOifj
est, out. bg,
314 31H ai't,
VM 15 16H
SI 61 CI
iJS'jj 1USM, lus
sivi mih cm
iiU'a oiU (KIM,
J anki rj'
lii" 1411)4, i4'
luu ita miw
!Wl i SuV),
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inti unZ j juvS
un ;m, iftrij
sdh ;wv twvii
n1. haj, n
inuvi I14JV4 '""Mi
WH I6V leVi
2li I44 14,
m, lUVi ICH
IT 17 17
i i aii
7(IU 7014 70W
VA5WW1LL F-UY MOOERM
poaae. an improvements; terms csuyti cor-
rtreet. Terms easy
SMALL BUT EFFECTIVE,
VTas the little Monitor that met tho Merri
M0 at Hampton Roads. So too are Dr.
Pleroa'aPlpaant Pellets, efTectiT in ronquer
iu the pneiny disease When tou take a
pi I it's an important point to bave them
a:nail (.Tovided they have equal strength
and efficacy. You find T,-hat you rrant in
these little liver pills of Dr. Fierce. Thej'ro
ptit up in a better way, and thoy uct in a
Letter way, than the hugo old-foshloned puis.
"U'hat you want when you're "all out of
sorts" grumpy, thick-headed and take a
gbotr.y view of life, is these Pellets to clear
up your system and start your liver into
hcf.lthful action Sick Headache, Bilious
Headache, Constipation, Indigestion. Bilious
Attacks, and all derangements of the liver,
atornach and bovrois, aro prevented, relieved,
and cured. Put up in sealed gloss vials, and
always fresh and reliable.
JauX3 WiiMAMCnAlG. I.-., of Qccirgcloun,
fii . says: "My wife thinks your little 'PU
Htf arc thjjrontoat ?iii3 oat"
July 4 next, provided, however, U the
weather ecintiricws ai at present. The
club will be called tha 'Early Winter
Boolal,' and they ixptot to bave skating
parties evety week dunnif July and
August (Jn Tliankiuivini; and Cbtint
mni tennis parties and ont door fetes
will be Kiveu in the garden of u well
known Udy of tins DorOOffbi and 011
New Year's an elaborate pimilc will bo
iiiven ut tbe Water LUp. to wuiofi tne
Pri'sident and Mrs Cleveland are to bo
An old guteer, publish-. I in 1889,
speaks of 11 1,, to, I ti as "one ot tlix
audden creations t ttjoted by thu coal
trade," contaiuitiK 40 dwellings,',' stnrea
and 8 taverna. At its "suburb. New
Dublin, thore are 180 luanties, oucu
piid b minan "
The iiipervisors of Lsbigh township,
(,'arbon county, did not relish tht last
April blizzard. Thy had just paid
nut fJ 1 7 i4 to shovel away the snoiv
drifts that blocked their highways,
while the net amonnt of the town
ship's tax diiDlirate for the saw year
was only $83G. 10
Fortune hunting has temporarily
auperieded theatrical wars and social
scnndali m a pastime of Wilkes
Barrean. About 1UU yean hijo a man
Darned 1. I want; came from Walei and
settled ou what is now Now York. He
bought considerable laud for $1,000,
upon part of which the city of New
York ii now built. The estate is now
worth In the nei(hborbood of $80,000,
000. The original Edwards died, leav
ing a will in which he bequeathed all
the land to his sod, who went to Aus
tralia and ha not since been heard of.
It il not known whether he took the
will with him or left it in Great
Britain. Tbe lawyers now lay they
haTO discover .id trae i of th enroted
1 naner. The familina intsi-patpd have
contribute 1 considerable sums in hav
ing tbo investigation goon and they
received several reports of an encourag
ing nature. Among those interested as
ucirs tire v. B Bartles, the Harts, the
McDonalds, ihePacei, of Forty-fourth
street, the Edwards family of South
River street; Judge Rice, Drs. Hughes,
of Plains and Ashley, Dr Lampuiau
One of the latest bunco tricks pirpe
trutcd ou an unsmptcting public by a
irio of ibarptri h aided by one B.ott, of
fOtUttlla, consists of the following
procedure Scott enter a hotel and,
throwing down n 10 bill on lbs conn
tar, iiHkH to have 11 oiLinged. Boatvuii
two conle lcr.it ' inter and aro present
when lh- change II handed over. Scott
claim! that the bartender is 5 snort,
and tha oilier two man, who apptaf to
b diiintariatal, corroborate him. They
10 contnil tba htrtendir that Im gives
over another f, whereupon the trio
iltpiirt The trick has been ittCCMI
iuliy workad leveral turns and the
tricksters are still at large
1 a. st
8P Shots at Otheus Doings'
Alleiitowu hasn't, at yet, furnished re
cruits lor L'oxey's armv
Stroiidsborg will this summer have a
dog catcher and a dog pound.
Fishermen ay that thu recent snow
storm will letard the trout fishing at leait
The Wilkcs-Ilarre board of trade is en
deavoring to havo a new silk mill estab
lished in 1 hat city.
Rending ministers will preach especial
sermons 01; April i:, thu one huiidreclth
anniversary of tbo pnssnge o( the Sunday
Fifteen cae3 ef smallpox are now undor
treat men t at Lee, in Luzerne county, and
thedls.'aie has spread lo Ultu Lyon and
Attorney General Hensel will institute
quo Warranto proceudiugs agaimt Pitta-
burg Urdor ot Solon,
After au idleness of several months, the
North Rending foundry resumed operations
with 100 men.
Farmers in the -.- uear Philadel
phia will pinnt a greater acreage of pota
toes this year than ever before.
eer Madison itannt and Delaware itrcot
;iv HAKRV LEK3
Qlim V ILL SUY VEBV DKbiKAKLE LOT
ccrner "' . 1 , and Delaware
BAR St Ll'KS.
QE.VLED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
j? . htm by the uaaerttfiied until nt iflay,
ilo his: day ot Way, INI, to'l 111 bnlldlna ot
a ne.. il L. Oburcn at reckvlllt. Pa. Plans
and ipfomciu in can bo wen nv calling on J.
ii Pick, Peckvilla Pa. 'ina bulldiai commlt
k i4i vr-wi da tortjaat any 01 illtrld
H CHAPXAil Bnlldlna Com..
Boi J: I, Pacfrnle, P.i.
April l-th ISW
FF.OVIDING FOR THE
vi a 5s c: outnat 12 toe
Btxth wara si tha corocgo of imsaore.
Bo it crdair.?d by to- Bargni or.a Tots
Council o the Bcrouh oi Dasmori, ana it i
hereby ordained by the autbonty ot tho same
Section, 1- That the territory in the Sixth
Trard oi the Borough of Dunmore embraced
within the following boundaries suall consti tute
a seer district and be khottu i.i tienr
Drstrict No i.
Beginning at a point on Marlonstrnt at tie
Borough line adjoining the City of Scranton,
thence aionr llanou street to itj nil ;rsection
with Monroe avenue, thence along in line of
ilouroe avrmif and iBolndtng thu sevei:il
lots on the southeasterly side thereof to about
three hundred and sixty (BSC) fet beyond
Delaware street, up to what is known as the
Dickson estate line: tnence along said Dickson
state line and parallel to Delaware street and
dista .t therefrom about three hundred and
sixty (360) feei in a northwesterly direction
(.crossing Adams avenue) to the borough line
idj'oininf the city of Scianton. tRenco along
said boiouth and city boundary line in a
westerly direction to the nlace of beginning.
Sec. it All ordinances heretofore passed
Creating a s.jwer diltfiot inconsistent here
with are berabj repealed.
Passed by council April .'. IHI
A. if H AOUKRTV
President ot Oanncli
Approvad AprU bid
T J. Dt'no vN. Bargets,
Attest: Cn.4Hl.Ksl'. v.4iiB Secretary.
4 X UKIUN'ANCL I'HUVIIil.VU FOR THE
il coiistructioii of a terra col tn pipe main
sawar and lateral sewers connecting there-
witb, retuiaciiig ttwnnarol paying ana ool
kctirii: Hssi'ssnu'iits to def my the 13 penis
thereof and 1.. o ... an appropriation 1 1 fundi
for the tame, and providing to the appoint
mem ot viencl s.
Sn I Bi- it ordained by the burefss
ami town 0 mcil of the borouah ot Dnnmore.
and it II 1 ereby ordained by tbo author. ty of
I hat the First distrli t sewer intern in tho
Sixth ward of said borough as btraaftirde
s. Tibed together with th. necessary ba-li s
mm-holi's, bunp-hoiaa fixtures and appliance!
bo constructed and laid in accordance with
the plans and si ecifi ntions Slid in the olioe
of th" borough clerk, the "aid plans and puri
fications havinj been pr "pared by J. H Kit
:eihcuse. clvliengineer. and that 5 terra cotta
pine main lawir shall bo conitractaaon uren
Ridge street frrni th borough line adjotnmg
t'H- city "f ? r.mtnn cn snd r.l?:i? th: saij
street to its latiratcUon with J onroaayecue.
andtns; lateral sewers connecting thtrawttli
shall re conitrttctad as follows- On Adams
Ordinances. ' I Src. 4. The lums assessed for the purp .se of
pavmg tne uamsges costs and expense'.' ot said
se tii upon the properties bsaefited thereby
shall bo payable as fodowi: One third thtTtOX
on the execution of the contract for sa;d
3ee: one third i'o reel four months
Ki-.sr the dtte ot flnr.i coaarmatien t
it the roport cl vieyrets nx.ng tee j ,
amsiniintl and the baiancs or so
much thereof as may be necessary within sit
months from the date of said haal aseessment. '
And the bcrough attorney shall within six , 1
months from tne said r.nni assessments or con-
nidation, file liens tor ail said assessments-
aii-, hiiii:iji . ... -, ..1.,. , . . ...... . iuh, ob 1
yattjk i.eioie il 13 uuv. anu l.iieiesir UltKvt.
shailcease from rhe dale ol said payment
Sec 5. Immediately after the nnal conflrroa
tion of the rep., it ot tbe laid viewers the
Borough Clerk shall advertise foi sealed pre
pciall to c nitruct said sewer systsm and the
contraot shall be let to the lowest responsible
bidder. Each proposal shall be accompanied
by cash or a certified check in the sum of one
hundred dollars In case the 1 1 met to whom
the contract shall have been awarded refuees
or omits to execute a contract for the work in
aecotdance with the plans and specifications
theietor, within ten days trjin the elate of
award, t e encicaure ao ompauying this pro
posal shall be forleited to the use ot the Bor
ouaii of Duninoi e.
sec. h The contractor shall, before thec-xe I
cation, ff th,.. contract, glra a bond in the i
ion of five thousand dollars with sureties, to I
be Hppioved bv the harness and council and
conditioned lor tne taitntot narrortnanca ot
the work a... oi.luif to the eoutract and the
plans aud Ipei itlcations
The contract shall ba euinploted within t
months after the exec .ition. and shall contain
a penalty of twenty dollars per day for every
dav in excess of said thai limit
Sr.. 7 The 000 tractor shall lie .aid ou
monthly estimates ttiada by the Borout'h En
gineer, less ten per (out . which shall be held
until tha completion of the w ork, and its hp
proval by the Borough Engineer and the Stwei
committee, All nmounis not paid within
thiitv days after they shall liecome due. shall
bear interest at the rate ot six per centum pel
I But iu no case shall the contractor be enti-
j tied n receive nny sum whatever in excess ot
the amount actually receive t by the Borough
from the assessments on properties benefited
1 by tho construction of said s -wers.
Sec (L If it shall appear when the actual
amount of damages, cost? and expenses of
. constructing I ne eaid diwara shall be ascer
tained that he apjrcgate thereof is less th?.a
I th" estimate", amount asflxcj uy ice retort of
the viewers, the Borough Engincft hall pre
para a re-;3?d csc?n!n?nt in which he snail
j ivhkv uiuHSHBfan ivi ioi';Jri . a...
in tne prcport-.on tnat to-: aamaces. costs am
eznanss.as estimated nv tho -.--.ewers. ..-ceods
Marion street to tbe Dickson Vcn i the actual damr?cs. costs and c-pcas:s and
Oil Jeflersou nvenu" from Marion I shall certify tho tame to th" Forcigh Ciori:
. April Is. sal IV
IistLc CdHi.-diiii.- Bui 1 e i c
' - ' L, t .tic
' NEtV iPEC
New feature j
U. Sh Ideas
I II I New Joyot
W W iLciaeots.
cle, , Balcony. 76c ,
ETti ., l'..rf
Up to Data
Si.oo: Orchestra O
Baicocy Circle, Uk ;
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY.
rRIDAV, APHIL 20.
The Famous Mew Vol k Company 10
A story of the South by Augustus Thomas.
The best and molt luoceaafa) Aiueri, an play
tii I.J-. seliled I,, he ,,tljlu
PRKEs (irchtatia, Si uj . Orohtstrs Ctr
cle. Tic.; Bdcony, "41 Balcwuy Circle, SOc;
(iallei v, Sic.
street t .i the Dickscn-Vcu Itorch Una an I who shall deliver a copy thereof Co tba Bor
Sr.c, .ii Notices.
VI k i. i.l. II, i, OI i"l 1 h. I ii i. Lc 1 "i. CoF
tba Itay Aug Palis and Ehnhnrit Bi .iie
ratd onnaay it as resolved that a Meting
of tba atoekholrtara be oallad to convene at
the general otlt-m ol the Cuinpauy rootji Id,
Repubncau building, ou the ith day of .luue
. D l-'i to Hike aeinm on the approval or
ilisLppioval of tho bropotld lmrc:iooi the
eapital slock of said company trom s-.'.Vi0 i to
I Dnim, and that tbl secretary ba and ha ii,
hereby directed to give ttottva ther.-i.r as ie
quired by law. T 11 WATK NS,
A -EUROPE. HOLY LAND, CALIFOR
. ii nia Mexico, Florida, etc. Select party
Muv L'. "Fuldl Exourslpna atut individual
ticket ( h 1 'est ocean berth ' by nil lines
Tourist Uarene free. M . -1 .- SilN'H. 1IH
Broadway, N Y (Kit. IHMo Official ilcket
Agents f -i (.i.i.'t Trunk Lines
MEMBERB OF THE FIDELITY ANU
Coluuiliit BtiiUliiiv- and Loan aaaocla.
ti n' mv iii,iu'3'.ed to i all ar rooin )i Hun
building Washington avenue .IOHi V
IIAHlils, superln endent.
pLANK 660KS, PAMPHLETS, M i! a
Xj tines, ate , bound or rebounil at Tbk
TribuMK offiea Quick work Ueaaonablo
Mom oeavcnuo from Ciieun Kidke rtreet to
the Dickson-Von Stored line
That the isll. work snail w denaundu the
supervision and direction ar,d to the satlsfac
tion of the boienigh engineer
ic i- ror the purpose oi paying tot tne
consti uct o i o! s.ud soviet svrom theu n
hereby appiotr.ated the sum of ELVOiM or so
miich th. No! a muv I Decenary which said
uni sIihiI be derived from assessments uc
oldiiiii to the benefits ou let- and land - haute
Bttd by- sai i sawer.
Hi I liilllll'.llt flV on tll-f DISS toot tllli
ordinance the attorney for th,- boiouch shall
ippiy to tu com r or common p'aaa ot Laaka
trauua county 'o appoint viewers toassess the
iniiiHgs w inch m.iv ho done to private nop'
irtr by the location and ormstruoUon of ssid
sowers, and also to assess the cost) n 1 ex
lu n-e; or ....nstl o. t.l..' Srtl.l i - 11 J also I i
assess the benefits to propeity benefited bf
said sewors in the- manlier provided by law
Criticising: a Young Lady-
"She would ob a pretty girl for but one
'What's thatf asked Charley.
GeorgeHer face is always covered frith
purple and red blotches.
Chariey Oh, that's easily enough dis
posed of. Used to ba the same way my
self, but! caught on to the trouble ons
day, and got rid of it in uo time.
George What was iti
Charley Simply blood eruptionj. Took
a short con.se of P. P. P. I tll you, it's
jhe boss blood corrector. Tbo goyernor
hadtrheumatism so bad that you could
hear htm holler clear across the country
erery time ho moved. He tried it, and
you know what au athletio old sent he is
now- If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them after
wnrclo. Ali the drug stores loll it,
I BAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 14
lij. corner spruce struct aud l rauklin ave
nue, twenty meal
tickets for fciiu. Uood
CAM KNAl P HAS TAKEN THE LiVRi.Y
O Stable, lately occupied by Fred S. Warren'
II, llooroe avsnttOi rear, where he Is prepared
to furnish first class Landaus, Surreys. Phea
tons and Bugirles good horsos aim careful
e'rivers. Telephone connections.
t-TOCKHOidiEKS' MEEITNO-THE AN
O nual mettn,; of th stockholders of tho
Providence (4 as and Water (. ompnny will bo
n m nt tne Delaware and Hudson UjiibI Com
pany s building. 43i Franklin avenuo, crau-
ion. Pa . at V a. m . Monday. May 7. 194. to
oivct officers to acrv" durin the envjluc vcai
and transact any other business that may be
M. I, ATHERTON. Secretary.
Scranton .April 5, ISW.
BE SURE AND
get your choice
One coupon and one Diim
ate 9 Betore work is commenced on said
sewer the Council shall appoint an inspector
to oversee said work who shall bj paid two '
dollar! and titty cents per day
Sac, lu The Bornugn Of Dunmote llflby I
de lares that v.hcnevt-1 said seweis or any I
part thereof, pa-s through private property, !
tha: it disclaims any rule ... rujbt to such pti- j
rati property, except so far as it is necessary i
1 t0 us,' and oQI upv th.1 samo in the coustiUe- ;
! ttonaad tnainteaatKeotttn ewer herein pro
iided loi be .e.ith the snTfacaol the xround,
and 1 1 till as it may l.e no -osaai , 1... antei
I tbtfeon, tiom time to time, foi the purpose t
I making nsc salary repaits and const ruction
i Paiied t, Codii. il Apiil -' 1W4
A i. hAUOEKTY,
Pi est of COUttOU
A I proved April .'. If.'l
T J DDQOAN, tuigess
1 Attest. Cnxt p Iataoi, Bacy
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A t-1 A PRY PATRON Or
THE RIBHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
Weak commencirr MOWPAT, APBII. 10
Wonderland I heater L'o,
Ifonday, rtundayand Wednesday
QRAHS DOVBLE BILL,
A POOR GIRL'S DIARY
Nan the GoocMVNotliing;
NAX MISS ilAiicUE VYii-LEIS
Thursday r iida, uBd Saturday,
A CELEBRATED CASE
ADMISSION, 10. 40 aud 30 CEN (3
Peirormaaces every afternoon, except Mon
days and Thursdays, at an and avr avin
U( at s 16. Doors open at I and 7 cm r il
Uwh Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
(,'UL'IiI Uoo Iiwi.-a.h.
All hinds ot Laundry work guarantojil
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO,
SCRANTON AND VTILKES-BARRE, PA.. MAJfUFACTO'P.ERS Oi
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
General Office, SCRANTON.
utcstd to can oil t.rKci 4U-
eases, such aa Weak Memorr. Lois of limla Power. Hsudacte. Wakeluiness
Lost Manhood Nithtij Ertlailoiii. Nertouancii unuriii".'u ''iJ1- v
nOeueratiTOOtiana of either sckcaascdhroeeieieniorjcaurnl
CL,O01..a,O. iiiiiio " . L : tarn
Wsumptlon or Insanity. Can oecameillo vest pocket. per i
EfORt AND AFTER USING no other AUUiis; KUV BEEUt'O tUSOOM Temple, CBICASO IU.
For Sale in Soraaton, , by H. C Sa;"DERoOiN, U: Ux, vr c:l
tri'j opruoo atro2t3.
Havine secured the bin. i . - FORGE O
Wliliatn Slttine Sou for a permanent bustt
ness stand, I shall conduct Scientific ant
Pathological Shoeing for the Preveotios. Rai
lief and Cm e ot Laaaasjsjaa and other impsdl
meuta in tbo movements ot Horses tncidenta
or duo to Imperfect shoeing. 1 shall give ta
work my personal attecti. n and guarantee n
extra charge, except for imtuoTement. Lame
ness. etc-, v. ill be treated aftaraoans. A tret
clinic and professional advice giv.u ever;
Monday from I to - f al
JOHN HAMLIN, D. V. i