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TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBTJNE FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20, 1S94.
Tin-re w ,i it' (1 t'i ot a
ilay t h t 'Ilf l l: sis Ktlr I
oonpiiay Intsudad to rado
( all its mnploys. 3 oo c i V
ulent Grata IdbM tns rutnoi
stated llm in re wis no reason toi
iii kin.' snoh nova, us by tn sst tu
o. NtrOCbDtDt wnic , li H Dh.mi riO-
tici d iy t sompany ilnoa Iwl spring
tlie earnings ntt 111 keiius Willi llio
Al n evidence of tho bulnsSI r
vivul whlrh it sweeping oftt the hu
thrucite region, in spit of tariff UlQr
tMinty, tho followintf fact ii stguiliuaut :
There was un Inert ass in net Mrnlngi
of the Wllkts-Bam ami Wyoming
Valley Traction comtny in February
ni March of $7,.V.,l.!U. or "? per MBit
over tUo same mouths in 1HW When
people reaume tbtir travels in largs
number it is safe to conclude that
btuinsss in general is rapidly picking
in the lust analysis, ssys tho Phila
delphia Record, probably eTtrything i
ilirt. Hut tbero aro wonderful dirts.
Coal tar is one of Uw most unpromis
ing to look at; but what a nagsilns of
posslnllititt there are in coal tar after
it has passed through the Inquiring
him U of the ohamtatl Uueof tne lat
est mes to which i cul t ir deriT.itiv
is applied it as a snoMitutu Tor quick
silver in the mum of thermometers
This tnbetance is eaile 1 ttiluol. it 000
tains no wuter, c ju stand a much lower
temperature than quicksilver without
frtaking, and when exposed to wariutli
Zpandl wit. i great reutllaritj'. l?esid
pOSSSIsini tbesequalitiei.lt UobMp)
and as it it much lighter thau quick
silver the tube of the tlisruioruster MB.
be mads much larger than is now
usual, aid thus it will not only bo
inacli easier to rend the record, but
grtattr ex;ictitudt m registration will
be s'cur.l. The dark blue color of
tu'tnol is another element which will
coutributo to the aase of readiug the
The statement of shiptnuntj of an
thraeito coal for tho month of March,
as well as for tho year to March SI, in
clusive, a tabulated by the Stooktiolder,
bows how successfully has bscu the
policy of restricting production. The
decrease for the month was no Iws tbHii
1,366,066 toot, the total output baring
beeu i.4yj,65S tons), against 3, 761, 744
tous in the corn spondiug mouth last
year The decrease is largely frin the
Wyoming region, having been 804 988
tous, while the decrease In the Lf.. Ig
region was 145,757 tons and iu the
Bcbnylkill retiou ilj,8?3 tons The
rdncti)Q is also notiotaOlt for th
year to March 81, the decrease
from t'-f) Wyoming region hiving
been 1,889,181 tous, from the Ltniiib
r-giou 809,061 tons, and from the
Scbaylk.il region 460.849 tons, or a to
tal reduction of 2.500.541 tons. Tee
total output for the period named
7,409,988 tous, an average of 3,489,646
toes per uionta. If toe same average
should be maintained the remainder of
the y?ar (which it not at nil probable)
the total s 'pnjents for ISO t would ce
only 29, 586 758 tons. Ther was a fur
ther accumulation of coal at tidewater
shipping points last month, notwita
tending the rtstrittioa Chi Feb. 2S
the stocks amounted to S.W 3')9
while on JIarcn 31 th-y Were 031363
tons, an incres of 7-t,"i4 tons, Tula,
bowv-r, is an Insignificant iucr- .
wheu the fact is considered that sping
orders were sxpeeted to be ready early
in the present inootc.
MURRAY HILL 010 NOT iPPiIftR.
In Constqunce Seasin Waa hTei TJthsrtd
iv. on chduU Tims.
Very despondent was the wsatiinr
yesterday, but not more so tiian the
directors of ths Scranton Base Bali
ciub wtieo th y learn-d that Tommv
Etsbrook's heroes who swing anon i
nnder thn him sonmling title of the
"Mnrrsy Hills," woold not bs her ir,
the afternoon to open the hise ball e;i.
son and incidently the new irronnds on
Providnc ro id.
When Tommy's trtei rolled f.-. m
their conches Id X y iky i-ri,i
lig r rain falling md Hoboke
was literally .u of iiht. Ov ii lite
salt meadows OtOlnoui clon s linn..',
and to go or not u go to Serantofl eras
the anxIdteslydlMusMd question am-tng
tne base ball artists. Pitz and Km
ler interviewsd three smll squarfs
milked with wLit spots and ritiort'd
that Scr-nton bad lost Tho dan iy
Murray Hills erould not risk having
t. or nnifortns wat r so.kad and r
c I d i-i Nw York
ibeii theScranton management tried
to secure Blnghamtoii, bat the tele
grams aunt to the Parlor city remained
unanswered and the idea of bgfing a
game wu abandoned. t
At 3:3') there were fiOO popl at the
gronDda, and the management d cided
to humor them with an exhibition
Larry Ketricl: secured a club from
among tbe imateurs prssent snd th
game begun. DoYOfl and Patolisn Vfsr I
the battery for the professionals and
Jlnlderig and Mnllaskey for the ama
teurs After playing two innings tbe
rain beirsm to d-scend In a lively man
ner and tho game came to an end. The
score was Boraoton, 2; imitenrs, 0.
A h'-avy iron rollsr drawn by a nors
was UMd on the diamond yesterday.
Which is atill somewhat nnevn. Th
grand stand is about Completed and tho
same is trii" of the Ideac'iir-. Yester
day morninK the diamond wss survey,-1
nnd lain out It is SO located mat th'
batter faces thn southeast when he
stands at tho plate. Hun will niit
bother the fielders much exoept on days
when what is known ninong ball play
era as a "Ugh sky" baa to be MU tended
B, H. Cliflford, Now Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
Ins stomach was disordorel, his liver was
affected t M alarming degree, 'nppotite
fell away, nnd ho was terribly reduced in
lltsh nnd strength. Three bottles ol Elec
tric Bittern cured him.
Edward BheplksKL HRrrlsbnri:, 111., had
a running Miro on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electrio
Hitters nnd seven boxes of Buck leu's
Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O.. had
tlvn larsre fever norea on his leg, doctors
anid be was Incurable. One bottle Blootrin
Hitters aud one tsix Bueklen's Arnica
BalTS cured him cntiroly. Hold by Jlut-
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Colt, tbn muto catcher, will play with
Biuglinmton, ProVidepM nnd Allontown
tinim tuo sorvicesor Sam V ise.
.loiin auiUgan, the ontcher si(jnod by
Allentown, is not likely Is play tbero. He
lias been L-rnnted a saloon license iu '.'lilla
delphia and will give his attention to that
DuMnoKS, ho be says.
Hark Peel, of l'rovidence, who cover
first baso for the Puroka club, of i'rovi
deuce, went to Allentown M ondav at th
request of King Kelly, who desired toirivo
hiina trial. Peel, last season, led tho am
aUur llrat base men of this vicinity.
If it Is true tlwt tho State league is pro
tec ted by tlio national ugreeiuout, there
are two oasei that need prompt attention:
Petiey, who has skipped from Altoona,
anil (.''atelier Jiohert', who accepted Benin
ton's tonus and then tltruod with Milwau
kee Put the screws ou at once or sutler
through tbed lay mul lack of discipline.'
Allentown Ohrun ol
EftSt RM.L G!Mtd
10 ml L i ' l' I Vol .
d i fi kult of 'ho Us ;
'ihc N itior.nl league bise lull Mason
opened yei rdy md I H the gam i
played t'i ittendanm w lr- Th(
games s he In' d si Ciirn natl betWMii
Cincinnati ami Onioagiy. and at Louis
ville betWMl Lotiiitville and Cleve
land wore not played, owing to rain.
The tores follow:
Bostm 0 0 15 10 2 4 X-V
Brooklyn 0 0001000 1 -'
Hits Huston, 17; Brooklyn, 0. Errors
Boston, ;S; Brooklyn, 4. BsttsrlM BtiT-
stts sod Qsosel, Kennedy and Deity, l7o
Maltitnore U 0308008 0 B
New York....O 0 0 0 1 0 0 I H -:
Q1U Baltimore, lOl New York, 10. Er
rors Baltimore, 0 ew I'orU, 4. Bat
teries Moatshon snd Boblnson, Basle and
FarrelL Umpire Lynch,
Washington ,.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 24
l'lilladelplila..O 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-3
Hits Wasbnigton. U; 1'hilndelpliia, 7
Errors Wishing ton, li Piuiadeioiua,
Batteries Bs per and ItoQulrei Weyning
and Clements. Umpire Buret,
At st. Loots
St. LonlS 0 2 8 0 2 0 1 0 3-11
Pittsburg o oooooio 8 a
tlits-St. liouls, 10; PilttbUrg. '!. Er
rors St. Louts, i; Pittsburg, 2 Uattsrla
Breitensteln end Buckleys KUlen and
Hack, Umpire-stoQ lade,
Till BLOOD is the source f health. Keep
it pure by taking riood's Barsaparllla,
which is peculiar to ttt-slf, and superior in
strength, economy anit mediciual. merit.
HOOD'I PlLU are purely vegetable, care
fully prepared Horn the best ingredients.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Bonds.
RlW Youk, April 19, It was another
light day at the stock exchange. At the
opening the market was rather weak, ex
cept for Union PaolBo aud the Industrials
which were strong and In demand. Later
ou tne bears made a demonstration agsintt
the trunk hues. They succeuded in Bring
ing about a decline of per ceut. iu New
York C entral, in Michigan Central and
J ; in Lake Shore. The 9 rangers weakened
i:t svmpathy, but In no case was the loss
of unusual to a point. The decline was
soon checked by a s iddoii rise in Indus
trials, L'ordago showed the widest range
advanciug - points. Tht engagement of
one million gold for shipment to Havre
neutralised the good feeling and the gen
eral list whlcn huit improved with the In
dustrials received a setback. Estimates
of, gold shipments to Europe ou Saturday
range from two to four million dollars.
ConserVStives plsce it at thelowtst tlure.
Tile toil inj complete tabts snovniu tlie
dav's fluctuations in active stocks is supplied
aai revised dally br La'.iar Ss Fuller, stoclt
brokers, 121 Wyoming avenue:
Am. Cot. Oil
A:. . - ir
ea. N". J
I hie. A N. W
y.. B. y
... I a
C..C.O. &8t. L
t ol., Hoek.YsL & T.
D, & H
D L. A: W
D. & C. t
8. E. t'o
r D. r
N. Y. i 8, B,
N, Y. Central
N. Y (J. A
K, Y.. S. W
U. 3. C. Co
North Pac. pf
T.. (.'. & I
r-xas l a'-
t'nivn l a I :c
W. Sj L
VV. ,v; L, B 0(
Chicatro Ciri .1 Provisions.
H'-kAntoB. Ap II M, -T e followltu qaota
,ons are stiDt'l!! an 1 f 'rrect.-td dallv bv Li'
d,.r Js Kuller, stoelc lirokers.UI Vrt nin av
Mat In v. Sent.
Kl'4 DIM KV4
StM Mm fi'M
Mm 61 2 a;i'
MN W Hi 3M
Cft 40 4IU
MM 4a 4iu
M :;) 44
MM M 2.'.t4
MM '.".' MM
m m m
3)4 MjJ x-M
mo 130 ....
1273 IM ....
IStl IM7 ....
175 730 7J2
7W 77 7; j
7tt Vti 72-i
78i 7H7 MS
O.S Mo (;:
r.Vi MS Mi
Im5 lili MS
f .0 -'t .
sii it r Kiii.s.
New York Produce Market,
Nr.w Yuuk. April Iff, fliW KssT
whjmt- Dull, lnwor: fii. 2 red. store
and elevator, (HBflBe, admit, 63Ws03 0
r, o. o., BOSOM.: sngraoad rod, ESvtuac,
Ho, 1 northern, onVaSWai options dull
No. Sj red, April, OK. I Alay, (U.vc June
Jni.v, MKo.; December, 7ovr,
t;oRN unii. easier; No. 2, 44)fs44tfo.
elevator: feMBKCi alloat; steamer mixed,
Iii54alljc. ; Options dull, KaJi'c. lower;
April, II Cr. ; May, 4tc.;.1uly, 4".c.
()at4 iniet, strong: options, fairly
ncitve, firm; April, WJo j May, STMo,j
doly, itflXc. ; siot, prices, Nn. 'J. HBHOl MO
I white, 4iiiic ; No. I Chicago, SBWai No. ii,
i)7c. ; No. 8 white, iiii'c. ; mixo.l insetnin,
KiinSBife.; while do. and whito stat".
BttV Quiet, steady.
Tmnoin Bsxr Inaotlfe,
0l t Mkats Quiet: mttldlns, nominal.
I lAliti Opened linn, closed weak; west-
8ALT-BHIXM; PLBBH CKACKRD OPEN
Miss Loma fjLaHL i'ir Fall, Pitrtt
Cuuidu, ; writes:
"It gives me pli iisitro to cxpresa my fsith
In Hi" virtue of Dr. Pleroo'S Golden Mtsllcal
JMsenvery. Ilnvlnir sulTcr' tl for three years
from sult-rhenm, ami niter having DBSB 1111
succcnafully trcuUtd by a good ph) dot an, 1
ln'Kan the use or
tho ' lilitcovery.'
'iu humor was In
my hands. I was
obliged to keep a
coverlnir on Hu m
for months at a
) time, I'hamririK tbn
lit covering morning
B nnd night, TM
nnd llchlns- M'lisa
tlon would be so
In ton so that nt
Hint's it seemed ns
If I would ho crazy.
When I bent the
llnuers, the III b
would crack open
ami blcitl. It Is
Impowil' forme to deprrlhe the Intense pain
ana sufleting wnieh I endured nijrel and day.
Alter taklnc six bottles of the " tNSSSVSry "
I was cntln ly cured.
1 cunuot pralstt Dr. Pierce's Ooltlen Medical
Discovery cnouttb." Bold by Dealers.
ern steam, 8,10l city, 7;u7;'c.: option
sales none: refined, sasfert copunent,
t8.40; Boutb America, Iti.fcfli compound,
i oaaFshf demand, steady; ioes,?U,'2S
1 1 in i: 1,1'iict, weaker; state dairy,
new, lils'Jl)io.; do., old, llaUc; do.,
creamery, new, "!la!!3c,; PenMylTMW
do.. .-:''.,( ; wcsio. n oau-e, 4sw, l'-a
tit. illliFV. Ili'tV lt'ui''lVi
iii iv. m-'v. lla'J.l'i,c : lo.,
v, i ii elgins a8a88)c,; trultntlou
cream l - ; i -i 1 7
i iieese bie dy, fair demand) stats
i irgi BalUke laocv, old, 11 kalSkfo.; d .,
small, Bin l'Jc.; weeteru nm-dl, llaiajaj
pai I iktma, tttfl ., full -kiii.a. SaHMv.
i. lie Lnrgi supply, ikeri state
, msylvania, iie.; western lio.h,
1 1 IImh.i suutheri . luaiia
Phlladitpbis tall w Uakt
I hilai i l l I"- April Mi -TalloW was
unlet snd uncnauged, fnces werei
1,1110 i lly i'i ii- toMieno -, I' ji1.; prime
lounliy, 111 barren, SMC.: Uo. nark In nar
re)S 4..altc.; cul; ef, lia.'-'jCj grease, 4'jc.
'1'lie .loy'a Mail
ITow well 1 he boy knows bim, the boy's
maul No m ad to ti ll bim thia niiui likes
boys. lie shows it in all bis actions, It he
doeen t say auyihiug thciv is n kindly
twinkle in his eye every tlmo it Calls upon
a boy thut tiieu!is VOlumSS, l'ei-hiips ho
I in.-, hoys al home, perhaps hi' UBSn I, lor It
isn't every lather of hoys who Is a boy's
limn. 1 have Lnou 11 tho Lather of n dozen
ja to bo no mots a couinulit lor Ihciu
than Ihc sphjux. WhsW they were little
I bey ran autl hid every time they saw him
i-oiuiu;;. He fruwned on all their yoiithtnl
eiiirts aud iliiajl unpityiiigly with ovtry
boylali loll) l tieu 1 have known u man
with no boys of bis own who loved and
w as beloved by all the boys Iu the nclgh
borbood, Happ th boys who have a boy's roso
for a Father He can join them iu their
pleasure and sj tnpathiso with them in thell
vo.i! Iii'ol i'.n.'i's. 'ihc laty's man is rarely
disturbed by tho about and laugh of ex
uberant boyhood, if some sour neighbor
In- not lookinuou he wouldn't mind taking
a romp with the boys himself, lie Is in-
ilulgeut when they trample through the
garden In search Of a th ing ball, iukI if
they invade Ids orchard In search of early
fruit he is more likely to look the other
way than toast tbe dog on them. He is
capital company t" go hunting or fishing
with, and 11 he knows where the best
strawberries or blackberries grow he Isn't
sat isliisl until he tells the boys all nlsnil it.
He i s indulgent to the pranks of lioys.
He Is never disturbed by their tiu horns
nmi firecrackers on the Fourth of July,
mid if it would be any satisfaction 10 a boy
watching around the corner to SM him
kick tin old hat with a brick in it 011 April
fool's day, why he will just up and kick it,
corn or nocorn. And the boy's man never
licks behind. Hoys can alw ays bang ou to
tho hind nxletree of his buggy, or climb
into the tail end of his lumber wagon, or
load down his cutter or bobsleds, and ho
never so much as threatens them with hti
whip. On tlie contrary ho shouts "Jump
'iNKtrd!" nnd becomes the jolly center ol
their youthful glee. -Texas Sittings.
A Sensible Experiment.
JIi-;s Elisabeth was a very peculiar vt'om
an. tlie had a great deal of sense. Nut
that she was dillctcut from other women
in this respect, but she bad so much of it
that it surprised many young men.
Due day young Robinson went to cull on
her. Young Robinson was also very sensi
ble. 11a and .Miss Elisabeth wero well
matched. They could talk together on any
number of suhjecta, and they knew just
when and where to stop, just what to say
and what not to say. On this oaiticulu
day there was a long story in tho after
noon papers about u person know u as Jack
the Kisser, who ijolhurcd many young
women and girls In the streets by catching
them and kissing thorn,
Miss Blisafa ;!i said that she did not
think that, a girl roultl bo kissed by any
man unless sl;o wanted him to kiss her,
Robinson said that any man could kis.
nny woman by brute force. Miss Kliza
both said that that tviu nil nonsense.
"I'll tell you what we'll do," said ilobin-
son. "You arc certain that a man cannot
kiss a woman unless she is a party to the
kissing, I am certain that 11 man can.
We, you and I, will iry it."
Miss Elisabeth said that she didn't sec
any harm in that, so Robinson begun to
try to Lb her. After several minutes
and trials ho succeeded, and she, seeing
that it was useless to combat him fun her.
gave in and let him kiss her all ho wanted
When it was all over JlUs Elisabeth bad
"I'll tell yon what, we'll do," said .Miss
Elisabeth. "My fool slipped font time.
We'll try it over again." New York Even
Real Test of Tree Oailantry.
One may discipline himself to gallantry,
The young exquisite, who ste.i to it that
bis fair partner nt a ball does not expose
herself to cold during the Intervals thai
Intise between tho dances, performs a
gr.-irffiii net "f gallantry to the standard
of which he might never have been edu
cated, had it :K.t been for bis experience in
good society, As nrulo.lt is supposed ol
he dsllghts in the perform
.111-1- of . 11 I
duty, and yat v ho em, say
tlie Idi n of lookintr out tot
h would over hove suggest'
n if it, bad not bees for the
cd if -elf to
discipline ol 1
I ifin 1 1
As It Is, be sasptrfonaad allot the duties
In sight, and yet It wero wl sir not to con
fer the title Of nobility upon him until the
morrow, when it may be ascertained
whether be hns given out kindness in tin
same proportion to bis mother, or even tc
the female d nsestlo who is Intrusted with
tbe rtfe of his apartment True gallantry
Consists quite 11s largely in tlie doing ol
kindnesses In inferiors ti-. ft rrpials or su
perlors, but its strong! it tei lies undoubk
cdly in the manners usually nil'- t'ted in Hie
home. Jennie L.Letbod In Jsimess-Mll
one of FraakUn's,
Who is the author of the sayinrf,
inn is osrtaln but death and taxes "
This mot Brst appears iu liu ratiire in 11
leiti-r of Benjamin franklin, written in
I78B, to at l'Toy, a dlsUngnlshed Prenoh'
man. Cranklln says; "Oor constitution li
In aetual eparatloo; svsrything appears to
prtiniise I hut it will lust, but in this world
hotbiiiK is certain but death and taxes."
Bt. Ijouis Qlol l"' al
Criticising a Youiir Lsdv-
'Win would be n pretty girl for but ono
"Whst'Sthatf asked ( linrloy.
QeOTgi ller face is always covered with
purple and roil blotches.
Charley Oh, Hint's nnsily enough dlii
liosod of. Used to be the same way my
self, but I caught 00 to tns troublooue
day, and got rid of it in no time.
George--What was Itl
barley Simply blood sruptions, Took
n abort course of P. P. I'. tell yon, It's
the boss blood corrector. The governor
bad rheumatism so bad that you could
hear blin hollar clear acrom the country
every time ho movod. lie tried it, nnd
you know what an ntliletlo old irent he is
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she Would thank them after
wards. All the drill! stores sell it.
l i tllM tl'V
OF ISA AO ELLIS. LATE (IP
i..v ,,..11,1,1.! North Aliluct'in. roiim v
"i Lackawanna and ritatu of l'ciit.Hvlvniiia,
l.etleis of iidiuiiiiili'iitioti upon the abovo
named f'late nsvine l'i"'ii jrrntited to the tm
Niirnod, all persons h-v-n : clmtna or demands
nnainst til" .-.aid e.-.l.ile ivtll te-e out t Ileal lor
payiuunt, and Lb OSS Indebted tberetslth will
I'leaso ma:,e ,1111111 'Hale oi.yiu, nt to
mauv E, ELLIS, Administratrix
OBO. V. ISEALE. Att'.r oy for Estate, J'rico
' (hin o all
Mndl OOSt that much, tx
II tiittril.trhich lire mucrted
t itiiiitions ivv.nted.
I N WANTBP BY A lOTJHQ
bei tied ssnsrunoa as olsrs m.jsTO-
' X V-v
Coryu nee-,, riVUU Uullvorv waua, OOUi 0.
uik; i wiIiiiik tt do gardeulna, wwug to do
iti'j kimior w rk. 1 well acquainted wits tns
en y, pan give uuud rsfsrenoaMi nttstnsvji
won of ma kind at once, address Worn,
Tmiti NK, aurnntun, olUce.
ClTUATltiN WANTED bY A
i. resmii'tali 1, fatiou
In ll-olrl III IIUIIIIU-
work or to care for children, wsissnoob"
Ji 'l. Ad'llclW "Widow," TnilH'Nr..
''A N TE Li A u N 1 1 "Ma'n"oK UBN
srslMUcatlou d.ialres apniltl'in where
be cut devote a fw lionrs a day to a special
study. :i I. lokkaepsr, tyimwrltor anil proj-
peetivt stenographer, Bsperisnosd In law
olllce. Good refennessi small salary ex
peeted. Address It. J., 411'.' New street, city.
4lTl A.TION WANTED BY A SfOUNd
O Isdy with expurliiuce In a millinery stout.
Can vivo lust of reference, Addruus la 1'.,
ai.l Penn aveuuo. Third floor.
washing (,r eitanlog, or will tako wsanmg
home. Addresa MA BY HONNUMA',
v m ircbi i d street
Help Wanted Male.
Ur ANTED iH'N
11 1. si
I. KM AN I UK
lo Si 1 weekly.
It AM BD
-A HIMT CJ.AHH DPHOIj-
ut rer, at HI ad ami km-iuio admi
or address Jt ia 1. iiiiinn, Boranton, I'a.
QALESHBN WANTI'.I) Tu
cuuiIh h ratiihlt' iu thn wholcidn and ro
full trade: Mill ob sight to every business man
or Una: hi'i'tal sulat v and eanaUSSS DSidi si-
slttoti iiermuiient. For terms adilrvss with
Miiuip.CKNTliNNlAl. M I' u.C'U.,illlwaiikt e.
TXT ANTED MAN WITH UTI AND FIRE
It iliHtirancn esnenenoe as Holl-Jllor In
Lai katiinna county; irood Indm juiHiits tu
richl matt Address li'.'J-'li lktu huildin
r ANTED -AOENfH TO TAKE OHDERB
liy sail. tile; we wall iiav I'Mieiiiu and eal
ary or allow Ubsrsl commissi 00 ; suiaplus seat
on application, AdtU-o' . Lock liux li rii, rcw
L'UU RENT-8TORB 111 LACKAWANNA
I Ave. inquire ol IIKNI'.V l-'i.r.V,
4.'1 l.ai kawunna Ave,
LX)K BENT APRIL 1 THE ROOMR NOW
1 occupied by tho Teii' 1 bono Exchange, ;kki
i.acKawatiiia avniiiio. Apply at llm oinco or
bchlidi Halt MliniiK Co., Third National Dank
iiUililmK. I- .s. and !.. ( . I ullur.
17 OH KENT BUILDING 111 LA OKA
I wanna awuiuii from April L. (.'HAitl.t.S
H WELLEB. Coal Bxohans
I 'OK RENT -THREE' KOOMH. Fli'iNT ON
.1 scconii insjr. ovur A. nniOSna inu-iio
store, ID Wyoming arenas, iroa April l In
tpiiro In the store.
To 1.1.1' i-idt" a tV;:.m 't'i' "yeahs-
X Part or all of three hundred foot of vard
room alone railroad, ApiJy at Ml) franklin
'I'll RENT STORE SoxOiOH EORNIBHED
J hall ou (irerii Kidifiislroot. Very desira
ule locathm and on reasonable tei ins. Apply
..l.1 V V L"r t'f l"Pl , V ..,' w lir.uii.oi ,t
' " . - I'" , " W V,. RM " WLIIIl, ,
I'oH sale - A PARstpFElOHTx ACRES
1 one anu onu nair laiici rioin Hsitun on
tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Wi t.'rn
railroad, first class farm house with a never
tailim; spring nearby; two barns, u-ood land
and tfood orchard. Vt ill lm sold cheap. Terms
easv. Aouressa F. vON STORCH or IBAAI
ELLIS, eiBcutors, DaltOO, Lackawanna
I.HIK S..LE I11WL .MAN URIC, EUili'l'
l harrels lor sl.dil: also brown Iridium euc
for bsteblng. Apply to Ed Urifflths, USJ Koek
QHABTON FOR BALE INULlltE OK H.
1 II. I osti.ti, court stenographer, court
hoit'if, nr 4l'i Olav avi'ime.
POB BALI SS.AOB8
J and titcuslla J. M.
FA KM, STOCK
L"oR SALE iK BXOHANOB FOBtORAN
I ton property A bearing orsngs Kiove
increasInK in production and value yearly In
mi' oranife sen ion m rioriua. Adilres r. a
NF.'l TLETON, Lake Helon. Florida
I 'Ol: SALE SINttLE Hill .-E. OCOUINCY
1 avenue: very desirable location, Anplv
(i. r . Kl-.V.NOLUS. or WILLARU WAR RE I
fjW W ILL BtTS MODERN NEWS-ROOM
O bouse, all Improvements; terms sssyi cor-
ner Hsoison svenue snd lslewsrestrssi Ap
UtJ II Ml UE.CO.
I,U WILL BUY VLItY DEBIRABLE LOT
irner ::aaH ia nvinuj and Dmawar.i
m 'icruis oai.y. Apply
Vjl:. . PROPOSALS W ILL BE RE
K c t oy lli" uniii'rsiriinil until I'tiestlav
tbe Ui ay of May, 1HU, for the boJldlnai
a new at. E. Onnrcn tit Peckvllle, Pa, Plans
aim spuriuriiti 114 can bo soon ov ciiiitii mi
o. reck, rswvuie, I'a. The building commit
tci re ' I vi". , in 111 10 t e'e.'i nnv or all hills.
D. CHAPMAN, Bee, auilding Cou ,
Hot 903, Pecfviils, Pa
April istn, isvi
W l: ALT. I'HI.I'AKI.H TO KUKNISH
mi ir- ti iv, 1 11 !.i"l class hi no'-i-ii
nhsrs by tbe day or bi'tir. ! xperl bookk
a speclnltv. SI KAN'TuN I'uM.MliKi
ASSOCIATION, Limited, UlSprnos stn
I A 1
ANNOUNCEMKNT-DR. E. T. WHEAT
i ou. i.o. ci iiHi'K.tvatina avsnue, hcrnn
ton. fa., is now prepared to -h : ,,.
all the nnpi oved melhoils ,n Ihc piaclicn of
iiciiiai mi, Milieu nave 'domi tin, test or tim
unii reacheO beyond the cvppriiiiental stau
have hi en inli pled in hu prai tl -e I'ast nltiuil
rutin plain and brlde.i, with rtibU'i' and eel
itiioid attsehmsots of Qie teota, bslat amona
tbe latest Improvements, ffsvlni ssouisd tne
Kerviemnf Hr. A. H. Preston, of Massa bit
Satis, who Is nn Siptrt In gold, clown nnd
bridge work, I can assure all who may favor
ni" with thslr patroaafe the most iklllful
Tho operation ot extracting teelh, r.".iullv
so much dreaded by th" patient, I now a
pleasant sin-prim, hv tbe ii'toof local ones
tbetlns spoiled to the gums.
Having bees in Bcrsatsn sinco ISTJ, snd en
joying n liberal share of the confldsnooof tbe
people, i desire to esprsss my stnesra thaaka
K. T. Whsaton.
C1X MEALS FOR ONK DOLLAR AT 9U
fj Kratikliu avo uo. 3t
Blank books, pahphlktbl maoa
t nines, etc., isuind or ndsiimd at Tnv.
I uint'NK onieii.
sfttlos work. Seasonable
'I II 'K ITS CAN llhi HAD AT 141.
unit'i' Sprue" Htreet and FimuMIii an
nun. Twenty meal tickets for .i.all. Hood
AM KN Al I' HAS TAKEN THE l!E"
t.ihl" lately 01 i-uidinl hv Kind S. Wui ren
117 Monroe avenue, nar, amere Mtsprsnared
to furnish llrst class Lnnilaus. Surreys, Phea
tmis and lltiggies go,N horses ami csn fnl
drivers, reluphonu couunetlons.
QTOCKHOLUERS' MKKT1NO- THB AN
n uual moi'tiiu of the st, ckholdersof tbe
Proyidonce Has and Water Compativ will be
h Id at the Delaware and Hudson Canal Com
pany's building, in; franklin avenue, Scran
ton, I'a, at II a. in.. Monday. May 7, I sat, to
elect ollicets to servo during tho ensuing year,
and transact any othsi business that may be
H- 9, ATHERTON, ISWSlBlf.
Sernntnn .April a lsnt.
BE SURE AND
get your choice
One coupon and one Dime.
mm mm ww u the ace.
ALL SIZES HOSIERY FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. POSITIVELY FAST BUCK.
1 8c. Per Pair. 3 Pairs for 50c.
CONNOLLY & WALLAC
ItlNINO, HLABTINO AND SPORTING
Mnuufactiin rl at tho Wapwullopon Mills, Lu-
iiernii couniy ra.. and al xvii
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for tbu Wyoming District
no Wyoming five., Scranton Pa.
third National flank Uuildlng,
TITOS FORD, Plttston, Pa.
JOHN H BMITH H SON-.l'lymotith. Ta,
E. W. ML'LLIUAN, Wilkes-Barre. I'a.
AgentH for tho nspsuno Chomical Cum
lauy'b n,. h Explosives.
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat-
tarnt! nf Oforlinrv GTT.VT?.P aPfinVC! onrl
FORKS for an equal weight.ounce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
307 LACKAWANNA AVEXLli
Sii T8 MfiS MONEY
There arc hundreds of young men and young romen in this
country who have splendid ability, but they have never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If yon
sue tired of inactivity and want to do something tangible,
conic to tlie College.
COMMON ENGLISH COURSEl
shorthand couRSB. F E tqOD, Proprietor.
Office, 813 West Lacka
"No star was ever lost wo once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
the mm l
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
6CRANTON AND VII KK8 DAKHE. I'A., SIANUFALTUKKHU Ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
ihil'in or iniaulty. . Ci
ny mall pvi-piilil. With a
.. ...lu.d iii.-moiiir.
ccfinr inn acTrii iicmi! . .....i... a,.,..,... MBVK ni it i'i.. MasoBM itiiu.'io, uwh -
'ir.runb anu nr an ujin.
For 9alo in Scranton, Pa.,byH. C. SANDERSON, Druiat, owr. WauhingtoD
Hud Suruuo fctrcutn.
Make Over Mattresses,
Tlie Scranton Bedding Co.
I .' : uud 6U4 Lackawanna Ave , corner Adams Ave.
KING'S WINDSOR CEMENT FOB
Quarrio3 and Works,
Oeiier.il Olllco, SCU ANTON.
Ul. " Il ntJf S'lf"
.,ii , i' t. f nr. .11 wnimi al,"
hw, mif vvi'ak kii-ainr y. Uwi of iin.ui Power. Huadaone,
LuiM iniK'uii.Niiiiiiiy Kniiasioiii, RsrrosMss,allarBlasaM Msp
SKSMItauSS liaoro. opium orntlaiulaiits. tttriohlssd u '",;n'ilI'rU."
h ifi"l u InSnntl '. Coo-
. I hit p.it. o lur .,
n WS order wo ilv u writi inurBufi'"
ClriMilar frw. Sola ht tuiouwuii'i". '..' ". '; y. .
Opp. Court Houae.
Retail Mattresses at
FRIDAY, APK1L 20.
TLo f amous New York Company :n
i A L A D A IVI A
A story of tbe South tiy Anrnstns Thoui.s.
The txt and most sai e.stui Asssrkas 'lay
S?er lirisented to tin, public.
PfllCES-urctiestra, S) 03: Ortlitstra Cir.
rie. ?6o. ; Uiloony, fie,; baldly Circle, 5Uc;
commencinir MONDAY. Al'Kll. 10
Wonderland Theater Co,
Mon.lar, Tuesdiiy anJ Wednesday,
UKA.ND DOUBLE bll.L,
A POOR GIRL'S DIARY
Nan, the Good-for-Nothing
SAN Miss MAOOII W1LLETT
Thursday, f'rida and Saturday,
A CELEBRATED CASE
ADMISSION, 10. '20 and 30 CENTS
ISI IUI Uisnnss pvery aftsmoon, excejit Mon
days ami Thursdays, at C.S0. aud every even
lag at J U Doors opeu at It) and 7. 00 P M.
The GENUINE New Haven
New York Warerooins -No. 80
E. C. RICK ER & CO.,
Sol dealers in this ssction.
Oi l KK-Ul Adann A , TslspSOM B'l'd'S
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. end Adams Ave.
COIN HOISK HljLAIlS.
All kinds of Laundry work guarantescl
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Havlnj wi'ureil tns BHOlINQ fOROI ol
Wr i iiu Illuui' ,v Ban fr paruianunt busl
nesa utand, 1 nlinll conduct Mdentiflc and
Patoofoncal hhontnif fur th Prcvnttn, Ro
Hat aad Onrs of Lsniansss and uthar impedi
nants in the awrsnMatsol lUn-. " iuidiitai
ir ilu lo ltnk'ri.'. : -1 1 thall ..!. lb"
... I, my atraonal attiintli n and iruarauteo no
t xtra I'hai -gv. axi upt fur ltnuiorumant. Lame
posa sta, WlH l'iiuatiKi al'teruooiia. A 1'ras
clinic nnd profssslopsl advlcs h"en overy
Momliiy from 1 to .' I. M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D, Y. S.