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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAT 2, 1S94.
THE SECRET
(IN
gr: D I i ii
Otr. ACT.
To some things we've got the key,
Jahann Hol'fs Malt Extract, see?
After such a splendid showing
Tis a remedy worth the knowing,
Be nr to obtain the Oenuinu, and do not be Impose J upon by the num.r
ous substitute offered as "just its goo."
The (letmine Johann HolT'. Malt Extract must bare the Rifntnre of "Jo
tinnn Hull" on the week latiol nf evfry bottle None other is Kenuine
BI8NEB A MENDELSON CO., A.tmU, 102 and IM Franklin St New York
GENERAL NEWS
The East Side Electric railroad from
Wilkct-Barre to 1'itteton has reached
Port Griffith. The latest in regard to
wh.it route the cotnjnay will use to
Port Griffith iit that they will lay on
truck on tho mttn road and a socond
track on the road beini: opened through
the I'eut srlTania Coal company's
ground. It it said it if the Intention
of the company to run several through
cars daily to Wilkes-barre 0Tr thin
latter route, and lb former will b
UstiJ for local traffic
Ex-United States Senator Patterson,
from Mitllinton, who represented Bontn
Carolina dnrini; the carpet ba days,
called on Governor nnd Corporation
Clerk Van lyke at Ilarrnburg the
other day. II ii the promoter of the
Pennsylvania Traction company, which
propones to run its road from PbUadaU
poll to llarrisbura. They iulund com
mencing operatione in I'nilaiWplii i,
branching off the main line to Wat
Chester and other pointi in that lo
cality. Tl.ey have purchaaed the entire
Luncaiter system, ami will run fpuri '
to Ephrata, Lititz, Manhuiro and otnr I
neighboring towni Mr Pntterioo ii
considered one of the ehrewdeet alec- !
trie projectors iu the state, and ha
boomed a :. amber of roads that haTe
proved a big paying investment.
Tub shipments of coal over the Hunt
ini;don ami Broad Top railroad la.it
week aggregated ."", tune, ajMiuit
47,504 tons for kbecorrwpondlng period
last year, an increase of f.40l tons.
The shipment from the Broad Top re
gions decraiued '.1,107 toim, but tlice
from the Cumberland region Increased
18,868 tone. For tb year to Ut st
orday, shipments decreased 87,704 toua
There hkS. says the R c rl, been s
great deal of rumor recently in regard
to the reauscitstion of the long talked
of Willieuispor and Buighamton rail
road. Sever alley officials were in
Montrose and vicinity recently, look
ing over the route, which has all been
eurneyed. From Montrot. eonth the
narrow gauge would be widened, ex
ten led up Bowman's creek to eounact
with the Harvey's Like branch, which
runs dlreet to WilUamspurt. All that
would have to be done to eo:inet i
Williainsport and Binghamton woul t
be to bnild about twenty miles of roid
from ilsrvey laki! to Tunkliaunock,
widen the narrow gauge, buiid a'ltlier i
fifteen miles from Montroio to (Quaker I
lake and rnn into Dingbhiuton on the I
truck of tbe State Lin road. That !
road will be built in ih-i near futurj to
connect the cities of Wiilianisport an 1
Biugbamton is iii( certain.
The rnnnlng of pisseoger trains on
the Wilkee-lierre ainl Eastern railroad
will begin on Monday, .Inne 4. 1 wo
trains to and frum New York will be
ran eeob day. Tim first will leave
WllkSS-Barrs about 7 o'clock iu the
morning ut.J the seciiu'i about U in t:n
evening.
BASE Mil GAIES TESTESDAT.
NATIONAL LKAUl'E,
At New York
New York 4 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 x V
llnltimore 0 0 'J 0 0 0 0 I 1 4
Hits-New York, 12; Baltimore, II. Kr-r.-re,
New York, 1; Hal t luioie. 8, BsUtS
rift I.eckin and l'arroll; Mc.Wahon end
Koblnson. I'miiire-I.yucb,
At Philadelphia
Philadelphia... .1 0 2 0 0 0 0
Huston S II ti 0 1 O
liiis I'hiludnlphia, -, liostou,
rciis Philadelphia, .'j; Bostou. 8
o o- a
ii x 7
U. Kr
llatto rifH t arsi y aim
' llii"iit;
Luvett nnd
ilerrltt. Umplrc-
llurat.
At ClnctDDuti
CiiictuDtl....U 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 00
1'ittBbtiru 0 1000K40 0-- 7
IIitH-t'mcinnati. 9 Plttaburir, 18. Errors-Cincinnati,
S; 1'ituliurv, K linttu.--
l'arrott aud Vaugh,
K l lieu und Mack.
l nipire t-nmie
At Ht. Louis
Pi. Louia 0 0000000 00
Cleveland 3 1 'J 20000 x 7
Hits St. Louis, 8; Cleveland, 10. Kr
rors St. Louis, 8) Clevulsod, Z Batteries
OlMMD, Hnwley and bucklny: Clarksuu
and O Cuunor. L'luplre Jkuade.
At WMliingtorj
Washington g o 0 0 00
Brooklyn o 0 0 0 09
Hits Wnnuinjfton, 3; Brooklyn, l l
rors WaablDgton, 1; Brooklyn, 0. Batteries-Stephen
Biiil Mcliuire; Slmrrott
nnd LaCliuncc. Umpire Stagu. The Kiime
was given to Brooklyn t the end 01 the
firth inning by tbu score of 0 to 0 bi iauso
the Washington team refused to abide by
a decision of the umpire.
EASTKHN LEAGUE
At Wilkes-Brre
Wilk8-Barre..4 0 a 'i 0 2 0 214
BurTalo 0 0 4 2 0 U 2 1 0 0
Hits-Wilkea-Barre, 14; Buffalo, 14. Kr
rors Wilkes-Burro, 2; Buffalo. 4. Bat
teries Cjuurleg and Warner; Uoffer.Slaglo
und Boyd. Umpire Snyder.
At Bingbamton
Biiigbauitou...O 6 0 1 1 o l) 1 317
Erie 0 0002204 08
Hits Binghamton, 10; Erie, 17. Er
rors Bingbamton. '.!: Erie. V. Batteries
liolan and Dowse, Healy aud Uerger.
Urn-
pire uuoutiier.
At Springlield
Troy 1 0 8 1 4 0 0 1 x-10
(Springfield.... 0 001 1001 14
Hits Troy, 13; Springfield, 9. Errors
Troy, 7; SprincUeld, 8, llatterieB-Meakin
and Cahill; Vickory and Loashy. Umpirol
Hunt.
OF INDUSTRIES
OF STRENGTH.
3 ACTS.)
I laM-l-aO
I I ZI Emm
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
State lesguo season will open today.
llartninu, of last venr's Johnstown team
and lately ,f Philadelphia, has accented
Altoona's terms.
F.wmjr is Hatting the ball as hard for
levcland this yuar as tie did fur the
Uiante in '87 and 'SO.
Jerry Deuuy appear! to bo rtLt in line
again. His werk on Louisville's third bug
so far has been above the standard.
The Union Base Ball club challenges the
Pounders to agumoof ball on Uauitnoti'a
lull, a week next Sundav. Auswer throiigii
this column.
fony Mullsne struck out eight of the
Bostons tu one game of the repent series at
Itaitimo'o. This is the strikeout for fhc
season thus far.
This will be ladles' day at the ball mrl;.
Eaon wsdnssday during the season has
tioen selected bv the etockholders us a
special ladies' day.
Kobinson, the ritcher of the Pawtnrkit
(R. I.) club, n ab.'iit the only colored
player now engaged by a professional club
consisting or wLito players.
Joe Wright, the famous home run hitter
of Eaaton last year. Is keeping un Us r-
ord at Hamburg. He made a bonier on
Thursday an 1 rep. a;. .1 the trick I'rulay.
The games pUtVSd between State and
Eastern league clubs have ahown tl at Lbs
former organlsatloo is as strung as, if not
Itn DgSI than, tbe latter HarrUburg
Patriot.
The average salary of National league
player- is 18,080, ( 'n the average salaries
are not M nigh as they wre three or four
vears ao by 10 per cent., but they are
more uniform.
TbSTS have been three shut uts in the
National league season already, with the
sea-uu only a week old. Looks as though
tl" itcher Ciuld stand it to be set buck
another foot or two.
The 0MMettent8latl league has expired
evsu bafore the uaswn began. Tbe cause
was the ap.lhv of Bridgeport and Hart
ford In supporting teams, as without Ibsat
cities a successful circuit could not be
made up. Tne other foar cities liait al
ready signed niOKt of their i layer. New
Haven may carry an la dependeut team on
the co-operative plan.
This is what tbe PhUadstpbiS ljS1SI
ssys: Alleiitown lias a v-ry evenly bsl
a need learn, one-half being veti-rans and
ths oiitsr balf jonagstsni llalvsy, Wood,
Wise aud IQUIgM appear to bo in as Itne
fora Si UtSf ever were K-lly anil LsVklB
ne.-l a little mere praotio to put them in
good haie. Of the youngster two
pitcher are goo I one: Sweoney. tb short
stop, is a ersckerjack. and Morn and
' assll i tha ei.tr-.ders, are also above tbe
average mm jr leaguers.
AN LVLNT UJNti RtMEMBEREO.
It Orrur Wbaa a OIH Oats Her l int
t' c-ning Deeasj
Tbe llrst evnmg dre s of a young girl Is
a Very important thing, at least to her, nnd
should Is- chosen rap fully wdh an o to
se'.tiug off her youthful freshness and the
avoidance of an air of maturity. It Is a
pr at mistake to put ) oung girls in thick
sius and satin and smother the kinipllti-
mm
rR.i r. . xin - MrtiP
die i
HKll FIBST EVEN I NO (iOWN.
ty that is their chief charm under a load of
expensive muleiiuls Unit lb imve tteitlier
the years nor experience to carry off well.
China silks, embroidered India mull, airy
nets and all sheer, dainty fabrics are suit
able and may le Irimmeil with silk or vel
vet rlbliuiis nnd Ilfjli! luce. If jewels aie
worn, they slmiild be of the simplest. The
most fastidious taste dispenses with them
entirely until the Ingenue stage Isp.i .mil.
It U nlso much the best form to have the
corsage cut only half low. An extremely
pretty gown worn by a girl of 17 U u latu
wadding riotpl Ion was nadt of ,iain white
silk muslin, with n full walsl'.athered into
a belt, the neck being cut down but two
Inches all nround and shirred with n little
heading The puffed sleeves ivnehed to tbe
elbow, and a few sprays of smilax were the
only ndornmeut. This unusually simple
attire gave the youuit girl, who, although
pretty, was rather heavy, a delicacy and re
finement of appearauce which a more eny
oruta toilet, such on she will have to wear
In two or three years, would have put out
of tbe question.
The gown of which n sketch is given Is
not so plain as the one just mentioned, but
is iieTerthelass simple und appropriate
enough for the average young girl. It la of
embroidered silk muslin, pale green in tint,
made over u silk lining of 'R same color.
Tbe full muslin skirt hang) 5 era bell skirl
of the silk, around tbe bottom of which are
set moss green velvet rosettes at regular in
tervals. The full bodice is gathered in at
the waist under a belt trimmed with velvet
rosettes. The neck is cut, square aud is sur
rounded by a shirred ruffle or to muslin.
The sleeves, which extend almosf lo the el
bow, are very full, and over the upper half
velvet straps are tucked, ending In bows
and rosettes. White gloves are worn.
JUDIC CUOLLET.
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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Etocks and Ponds.
Niw York, May 1. Realizations on a
liberal Kcule in Ara-ricau ttngsT had a ten
dency to weaken the market lot stocks iu
the early duliug. Sugar p nod slightly
lower at 105 anil thou fell to 104, this wo-
the heaviest decline, the other industrials
receding about l to . The d op in Bogar
brought in refresh buying oniers uotwitli
stundiug the heavy realizations, and the
stock moved up to 1059-4, re-act ed to 10i;
and left off at 105?;, a loss of for the
day. Transaction were just 50 per cent,
of yesterday's big total.
Leud wai the weakest of t'ue group.
Chicago Gas on a nioderutebusin-ss gaiued
about a point, selling up to Co. Tne rail
way list whs not affected to anv great ex
tent by the Industrials, held firm until
just near the close, when there was u
spurt in tbe Orangers led by liurlington
nnd Qolnov which gained . St. Paul
was advanoed to 88(, Hock Island to 0'J)i
and Northwest to 100, Heading was a
Weak spot, falling from IOtOl7Kal8
The junior mortgages wero also heavy on
the talk of large assessments. Lucka-WB-.ina
declined a point iu sympathy. Mis
souri Pscillo wan iu demand and moved up
IV Western Union gained 14. The market
closed strong. Tbe total sales wore 21 1,
lii'J shares.
The following complete table showing the
day',, iliictuutlons in active storks Is siidlad
and rnvisiMl dally bv Lallar A t aller, stock
bi l kers, lil Wyoming avouuo:
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Low
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Am Sugar....,
A. T. A H. K...
fan. Sa ,
fen. N. J
( hie. A N. V
V - H. O,
Chic. Oas.
a. o.o Kt.
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Nat. Lead
N. Y. A N. K
N. Y. Central. ...
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N. Y..8. A V...
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wabssh p
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w. a u b
Cblckgonrain and Fravlalou.
raHTott. May I. The MtOWtaS (loot
In us are supi lied an 1 e rr-t.sl dallv by La
Ml A 4 uUr,tock tirukr,Ul Wyomia SV
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Nr.w Tom Mv I. ft? Dill, weak.
WiiXaT- iciat, lower With optl (!, clo.
ing aty. No, I re I, atom and e.avat -r,
uie.; niluai, ' .i1 v," . D v. ' Ka
i..pe. aagnMHa re:, wawa: .Nh l noriu
rn, 70", c.; option wit fairly atliy.-;
ale: No. 8 ral. .May, tic; June, S3o
Jaly, Mlbl Augoit, Ma, Septemtatr, Uc. .
I In i-llils-r. '- . c
loBHhu.l. lower, cloalnt Heady; o,
2. 43.S43,1c ; el.vator, 44'v,a4',c afloat;
o, ;i !. er dull anil irregular, unci 1
to Jfc dfcline; Mav. 4Jc.; July, iic ;
Spi.-inber, 4.'i .1a4c
lATN-C'iiet, firm, oaUOM flrai, fairly
active; Alay, SS,r.: Jona 37Wr Jolv
, So. nh.te, Alay, twWo, Ipol
So a 414. N.I. a Wilt.'. 4.
ii: , S . 2 Chicago, 4 i4.''-4e.; No. J, Inc.;
So. .1 while, 4k . tnnid nrteri..4la4'.'.ir.i
wblt do, and whileaUte, 4U45'c.
nr.i r ii'iet, itaadjr
T IMC! n I iar i nil.
it Mian ymet, steady; ralddl,
nrtumal.
liAlD-Qatttj city, ;:,c.; Nay. AH; July,
I'l".. rtiud, quiet; cir.lin.-nt. -.v.'.,
oth America le."1!. couipouud, C,o1c.
I onK -Fair iiemaad.
BvT-Dull ana weaker; stata da rr,
new, !al7V : do, ,dd, loal4c: do.,
tmmmy. aaw, iisv. ; Paaaayltraala
, wisii-in iiairy, new, loa
12c.; do., trram.ry, new, 13alsc.: do.
factory, new, 1:141:1, t mi -
Utiju creainary, llaMC
t inn-1 .1 EB, fall iletr.sn l.
Boos- Quiet; faaflr, firm, stale and
rlvasta, UValfM, g.ioee, ..ait,-.:
wo., urn frasb, ll.vlljja, duck, UaJoc.;
koulheru, VjalO ,i
1 b'.laiUlphla Ta,.ow Mark.C
riiiLAnri iujA, May I.-Talhw ws
firm wuh a fair demand. Prices wete
Prime city, to hegshn.v!, 4T.o . pritM
Country, in barr.lv C , uu. dark. In bar-re,-,
; ,c. , cakes, o tc, gresw, K.
Tha Duey Ad.
i'amr, lAiniton.
How doth the ii tin b . ad
l-tnploy earn shining minute,
And sLow.thouth trude la quoted "bad,"
That still them something m iL
a .
Va'in.h . Batearaa.
A'ar,ii!i Citu Joutnat.
Unci 8aa Ottht ralaa neoded revenue
if h would put the house of represent
tives under a lent BBd travel.
11
1
fm
I HIU
or Lews of Flesh, or a Hack
ing Cough, reveal a condition;
not a Uioory. Bm&Cthing is
wrong. Mako it riRht with
Scott's
Emulsion
U10 Cream of Cod-llvor Oil,
which restores a healthy col
or, builds up flesh, stops
coughing and gives strength.
Physicians, tho world over,
ondorso it.
Don't be deceived by Substitnles!
Prerenid liy Scott A r.i-ss- V V .-t- ,. .-, ,
Help Wanted- Male.
W A "1T.II-I KMIU 1II, A( k'MMl'I'll lilt
vv hool Carriai'i A orke, cur. West Lack
av". and HeTetltb st.
Agents Wanted.
U RANTED MAN WITH MPE AND PIKE
Insurance experiun.-s aa aollcitor in
I.urkawiiniui county: gsjd Indueoiaeuu to
tiFll1 Jn,mP; Address 11.5MJ Bot. building,
l'hiladclpbia. Pa.
A PALE FACR
comes from poor
blood. Your blood
needs to be enriched
and vitalized. For
this there's nothing in
the world so thor
oughly effective as
Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery,
Children who are
weak, thin, pale, and
puny are made
strong, plump, rosy,
end robust by the " Discovery." It s espe
cially adapted to them, too, from its plosi
BtrtMittVi ItotanppePtriiy, restorative ton
ic wu.eh builds up ueoded Beah and strength.
In every blood-taint or disorder, if it
doesn't benefit or euro, you have your
money back.
Dr. It, V. Pinter.: Dcor Sr-I will ray
that I used the ". Medical Discovery" for my
little girl, and i ll is entirely well. I cannot
praise your medicines too highly. You may
resi assured that you will ulways huvo my
euppoi t.
Postmaster of -dWoii, Perry to. Term,
ONE CENT
A Word.
Il'nnfs of nil I. i'ihIs con (ia( tniicJi, er
fr; Siluat ions antid,ulikU are inserted
PUICK.
Situations Wanted.
P would liko position either iu storo or of
(h e: (rood puiuun und will tr to please. Ad-
legs f A II , I'll s. Itrouilev avenue, city.
sJlTUATION WANTED BY A illti
As A
1 nurse, or m cmI gill. Addles I'.'. I
WW street. Cily.
By
CITUATIOM
tsatther w
WANTED A I.ADY
wisles to do tutoring (luring
summer vacation fan prepare pupl a lor
eolle,-.- in all brum he, , rpt tireek. Will go
witli pupil to counir) or a shore If desired,
fan lgin .lune 1 Mix wears' sueiessful el
perloaoe. Hue 1. W itftoWX, attorney, 5tM
' l -ace streot.
wiTfA i y
C years of itg
WANTED HY a HOY II
to do must anything, fall or addrea D I...
sv I'at iison svense, It;
Wilt a i i s rED A WOMAM
w uld llln. to k-.-t w,ri by the d t
Washing or cleaning or will take washing
bom Address It A ft Y DONNELLY,
T:i Orch ird tret
,. Allll FllTl, 1,1 llltf
(or Kent.
LU 1.1 SI - I II K t siMs. UKNT , '.N
A third Mi. ir SJt Wyomlaf avenue.
1XH HI VT UOHT. WELL PtTRNIHURD
I raon; delightful localiuu Ml Washing
ion svenat .
no8 RJENT- THREE Rtiohtli . BONT ON
:! r .o. i .S A Uullwit'e luuala
t"r. i IT Wyoming ivii'is, from April L In
IBJn iu the store
' I '" Lei iroB a teem or rBAMtu
A pr: or all of thre buu.tnst fit of rard
r-m semg railroal A, .4, t :arrLklla
insM
Rtn hTcitr. ajflntiH rrnviMiKD
J Bail en I. reai Ki.!5tr,-t .r..la.:r.
II
n and on raui.abU Umiv Apply
rvrt rrnv ... c a Uooohl-l'
t. 1
fc-re
talc
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.lore wacena. tei-I k- :n aud 1
a. I ur i xv u . ut M ,
I .ack. wanna Car
1,'oli -AI t:-i III AK
arnltl W A,,-iN
A and 1 uii.tfr.
iniir.'
iiLjHULW. tXMKT. Uuo-
tJT"t K KU (SACK
.hare, of iV i.t ii1m '.
at a low nurelf -l I at o
.SC KA T O N 1 ' ' M il E K 1 A I .
Il.o Iminllii 1.
: Wl M V i T I
tk for Mle
A8 S.Utnlled.
. si roes tr..-t
in r
KhAI.E I.
WAUllX.
1 niinou
1 , 1 re of a 1 Sett,
wealth lui'iklinsi, Waah'nxt. n
' run -r'M: roH baui
' Nvttietea, vv.hlD!.n a
oa.it'l Illlli.llU
lire A. '.
. Cutuinon-
noi IALI a PARM OF KlUHTT A CXI
1 en and nu half mllaa from H.lTjn on
tha Delaware. I.K-kawnaa and Wa.-.rn
railroad lir.t elaes farm hous uttafierer
flliBa' rrln "a.rliT two barn, tr.asl laad
sap, rerma
I Of 1-AAi
... k. bmm
M. . Addr.-a. II K i.Ssii(i
RLLI8 aiecuu.ra Daliou. I
f.ei.tv Pa
I .'nil 1 vl! i'V . JAMI
r Urr.l. for t4i .la" tr trn I
for luil' h ng Ap'ly to Ed lirlftltl
e.dl atrr.it.
. H HIT
:h.rn 1 a-ira
1)11 tBTON l-'K sM.I INVi KI
I II Cajakja, SBUfl Unoi;raihi r.
Li u. or 4 10 Clay aveaaa
or 11.
X' ill
1,'OK BALE - OK AC Kb
I and uUnatla .' M
III Bl r nve
Ali.M, sUK)k
BUEFrtELD, ij
l 11 IALI 1 It I l HANOI Folt Ht llAV
I too prupartr- A bearing oraBf (ruv
tlon ainl alio. tMrl il
n Ptortdj AMr.n f E
1 llrlen. Ki.iria
Sped Notices.
rpHI VNNI Al Mi l NO
I ' taft M the rl.ltrr
Dunnnrn will b. held at th
JT ei Ii. on Friday May I. If
1K I HE I.11T
"ry ai-o latlou ol
it their oflli , 00 Din
I. MH at J i.-k
trut..re to errve fur
11 m , tor tbr air'
three yeara Ir rU
1 . r,-. W. Mu
lion of tu I. otbi r
fore the ium ting
"r.i 1 . 1 ii,i,.r .,1,1
1
Bad tha trnlMae
n-a s uiat coin be
IISNRY RF.YKA.
'i'reiary.
T A 111 IT1NUOF THI IVbKCTOI18()P
tl - Nv An tall. and Elmhunt Boat
:ird ronijisny It eas rwadreil that a inw.ti.,..
1,1 II t --.l.iM..r, Ial rall.sl lo nnr.n.
UM kuni-rsl . ttl-,. of the SUUlUBBJT, roan pi
Ropoolbaa bulldin. on the Ml. davor.luue
A i i-ii. to taki Bspan 00 flu approval ot
:. MM 1 al of th) DPOMtd Increaee.if tha
1 il'ltil 'I'lk 11I .til r. aniany from iS, IB I I..
Bad thai the wrrelarv be and he U
li . ri in 1. II -. t,a t , uin. ii ,t. .. th.-rts f r-
qavad ty la. T il watk N'st
Secrrtarx .
v- i' ' Kiiid.iii.ns ifirriNo- the ijj
l ' nl HHi'ttll.' of til.. .(.,. khnidar. .K.
ProviileiM e I'aa ami Water Company will he
h- Id at tin' Delaware and lludtun Canal ('..,.
p.sny a Imildiiin, T Franklin n .-;, -..-ran
t.m. Pa. nt v in. Monday, May 7, lnn. t,,
el. rt O0cfl to ..-n il iluriiia the ensuing vear
Bad traasact an) otaar busweas that may bo
presoutcd.
B. F ATRMTOM, becretary
Scranton .April I Is'H lJ-
NOTIC
II. I.
l lll. NOMINATIONS POD aR
rs of the i" 'i. i -X lliiil.li.,., i
nan Ma. miiiw ui raiiivo r-craniiiQ Wi. ;
hlae Prtday eveuing, Aiirll UM, after
tramactiiig the r.'KUlar tuaitieaa. JACOB F
M 1 1.1. 1. H. nerretary.
ULANR BOOKS
I'AMPIII.ETM MaTia
: i
fatauin odkot
.iwi.a, i-ll- , UOIITl.l Or relSlUTHt
at Tiir
(Julck aork.
RlHMMbM
II. ' s
MEAI. TICKETS CAN Hal MAD AT Hi
nratt Iprtle atroet and i'rankllu ave'
line Twenty ui.-al tii-kuta for 13.50. Uood
lill'le lioat'd .
Propoeal.
nwwwvx,
CEADED
olved
1'KoroSAl.S W1I.I. UE HE.
Mt tllii otll'-o f;f 111. I I'll,- I 'L.I,
3 . iiiihi i.ioi-K p, in, fume
pa) . Mas U, IWI, to Tsd Delaware ftreni b
txvu u 'iisiini,,n nnd Sand, rum uviinucs iU
a.Tordiiii, xv, :, ,,,uh and s., illin turns In f.
tneolw anpjnstr. Kaoli liliUhnll ho urrom.
pun l"il In- nisli .,r ..rtifleU ilim k intlieaniuuiit
oft xvo Imndri'd dodnrs. Imvisn thu hiddur to
whom tho c .ntrarl hlnill Uuvn lan awardud
rofuaes or m to esei'ute a BMlMa. for tho
work within ti n day (ran dato of award
thoroof, thu nm-losuiv arcouiiianylna Ins uro-
linsai snail tx rorfrtted to lb hm of fnt rlty of
Borantoo. The city rasarrw tas right to k
ji'i t any and nil Mils.
By order of Cily Council.
II. T. CAVKU.K, City Clerk
s.tiii ton, I'i, . aim il lsisi- '
CEAI.ED i'Rol'OSALS VIL, " lli:I(K.
I Mlvcd at the olllrc of tho City Clorlt.
Hi-rnnton, la, until 7.U0 oVInpk p. m Tlmr-
d iv, May in, UHto (niwin In cily of Bma-
tmi u i liiiinii al Hi .ioniiiu for thu nao of the
rliu.iniz 1 1 oa noiniiany. Bidders aUall nu-loao
wuh eaoh iiroin.il th g jiu of llfty dollars In
rash or ci'i tillod rhiTk. 1-1 caae the Idddnr to
whom the l ontniot shall havo been awarded
omltst nta ct ntraci In acoordans M iiii
jiroMisnl within ton days from data or award
thereof, thu eneloatire BOCOCnpaniirfl his iiro
posal shall ) forfeited to the use of tha city
of Btfaaton Bidders shall furniah thoir own
spBolnoaUoLa 'I lie rlty reserves tho 1 irbt to
reiect any in d all bids.
By order of City Councils.
M. T. l.AVKI.l.E, Uty Clark.
Bcranto". Pa April .8, 1W1. 1
Connolly So Wallace
Inspect our beautiful line at the new prices. FOUR GREAT
LOTS. Note the change:
$10 CAPES NOW $7.50
15 CAPES NOW 10.00
20 CAPES NOW 15.00
25 CAPES NOW 20.00
These special lots Include our entire stock below $2. It
is useless for us to dwell upon them. You know the character
of the garments we carry.
Stylish. Perfect-Fitting. Well Made.
CONNOLLY &
FURNITURE
BEST WORKMEN.
MATTRESSES
The Scranton Bedding Co.
Cor. Adams
DID YOU
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
tern., cf Sterling SILVER 3P00NS and
FORKS for an equal weight.ouuce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
SVIercereau
1 U KAW
"No star was ever lost we onco have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OP
THE RICHARDS LUMBER GO.
Scranton, Pa.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
TRY US.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
Then' are hRfldndl of yORRg mm and yoaag TromtRI in thii
country who Lave I pie nil Id ability, but they Lao never been
arukfiiexl up.
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has bMO la inspiration to hudPOdl of JOQRg pwplt, If yoa
ore tirtil of iiuuliity aud vant to tlo houittliiujj taujjiblo,
come to the ollc-'o.
COMMON I m.i.ish COORSB
Bl BlNRSI Ol RUE
BHORTUARI) cM Rll
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
BCRANTON AND WlLKtS-BARHIi l'A., IJANOKACf UBKfla OP
Locomotives and Stationary Engines,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Genurul Ollice, SCRANTON, PA.
g
rJ"iiiiiiiniiior limanltv.
Jhy mil I propaiil. With
trnar AlllX. ae-rra tiaiun ' r r 't"l
'.untanuar icnua nii.nooiiier. auumiii asii'K hki.im o.. iisoiiic Timiiie. Liucaoo. ill.
tor Sale in Hcronton, Pa., by H. C.
wid Suruoe streets.
WALLACE
209
Repaired and
Upholstered.
LOW PRICES.
At Factory Prices
and Lacka. Aves.
KNOW?
& Connel)
IN v AYKNI
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
The most complete
medium-priced
FOLDING BED
in the market.
Hull & Co.
205 AM) 207 WYOMING AVE.
TJERVE SEEDS.
Till, anadarrai r.ur.1) gutv
.i.rdlii.umall n.r...n. .11..
I! -en. nu ll II:! Weak Memor. l.nta .if II rati, B..M 11, i ni. hf Wuliiiriiliia.a
I)"! Mnnliooil. Nmlitljr hUSMOaa, NsriouurH.alidraliiiixlloiitoI i
nil,--.if i-ii 1 1 nl ( Iras in ol' rlthni ynxraiirii-i by ot.m inarttim. youtlirul arrtn-i,
aieemil.'e Ult! Of toliROCO. OlilUlll or lllli:lil..nU. Wtl It'll ll'Hil III IliDrillltT. I .11-
ran bo carried In vostiaickot. ! par box, B lor aa,
a a.'. i lir xvnglve w u i-lttan suarontrn to euro
1 O i-llllir 1 ri'H. -.illil III LI II UrilKIHI.. HI. Ifl II, I . K l!
SANDERSON, Druggist, cot. Washington
WASHINGTON AVE.
0pp. Court House.
THE FROTHING IIAM
Tuesday and WoUnejdajr ovua UJ 1 I
und Wednesday matlnew Ml lmt
IN
OLD
KENTUCKY
Tlio (jreateat aueeoss In yturt. Dlr M
'tenia alx ruootlu' run at tha Arademy
ol Mu.ie, Near York, to parked house..
TLv lull Kew V.irir HMiuaM in ...t..-
. -. -..wj "... ii' .
aiPi?i5n H'lbJ1 : "'eof ic.u open.
t f owell a Saturday niormuu.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
BATDRDAT, MAY 5.
Lincoln O. Carter
Orand Scenic PrvJuctiou.
The Fast
Mail
SPECIAL SCENERY:
Fl.jiht of the Fa.: Mall: Niagara Fall bp
ruoonlil,ilt.wlth,0,lB(tla. practical w,.rk-
1 ; - i- -ht ars aith 1..UU.U.-
si tb J U'T-; "olwtic H var
'.r-aV,...; -t-vr
Frleee t, a ,v and .onts.
oienn lliursday.
Hale of lest
Monday, tursdat and WRDMM
TliOlairnirtc'nt High Claia Dram,
THZ DANICHEFFS
With Elagaat
en. tv and Kty v ...
o. s-.uiup. n,i too rull .:rei.gthof th
pant, f -l owed by the R, arlng OWMdj ,
AN UP TOWN FLAT
. !' :'?'' -niniitabi uisaner by W1L-
- t llV'tk.lf,
TRTJMOAY, Friday and KATCIDA1 -'Hi-
sterling ud Evi r-Welcom Drama
THE GALLEY SLAVE
ADMISSION. 10. to OK 30 CENTS
IVrtormaLCae every afternoon eieept Mon
day, and Tkwadap t tKL and every evx-u-
m - mmim ., a . . . .... ,yJI M
Dont Fail to
Attend the
at the
Driving Park
JULY 4
ALL THE SPEEDY RID
ERS WILL COM
PETE. Booms 1 and 1 Commonwealth Gld'g,
tiCRANTOX, !..
MINING and BLASTING
POWDER
:ade at the MOOSIC and KU8U
DALK WORKS.
I.i niin & Band Powder Co. '
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fuses for explod
iuc blasts, Safety Fuse aud
RepaunoCheniical Co.'s High Explosivei
AHIDHEHAETHAH
906 South Washington Avenue,
Contraetor and builder of Conrreta Flagging,
t'onoreta lllocks. Potato. Buttar and Coal
Hina, Wet Collars drlsd up, Orders msy bo
left at TliouiiMoa it lratt, WUliaius A Co.
Main and Kyumi Btrt-ets, or at Scranton
Ptovo Works. Also Foundstiou, Clstarua
i i'jb Wlru Tuuuela aud Couliu I'laggiu tor
Uardsa Walk
I W - eommnn -liv MOKDAT, A Pill I. 30
Vonderland Theater Co.
Bicycle
MQOSIC POWDER CO