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THE KCRANTON TRIBTHTE-'tUESDAY MOKNTKO, APRIL 28, 1896.
124-126 Wyoming Ave.
ll will cerlaiuly pay you to visit
our Mammoth Stores aud see the
many Extraordinary Values we
23 places all-wool dress fabrics In all
colors, real value, ''':,
LEADER'S PRICE. 19c.
10 pieces all-wool rrcpnn 111 brown anil
navy only, real value. SI,
LEADER'S I'lUCK, 4!)o.
0 pieces of line silks anil wool erepon
ail' I novcltv dresB goods, regular re
tail price, $1.50.
LEADERS PRICE, 83c.
14 pieces all-wool black serge, 35 Inches
LEADER'S PIMCE. !3o.
23 dozen J. B. corsets In white only,
LEADER'S I'lUCK. 59c.
One lot of ladles' ribbed vests. In white
and t:cru, worth 1.V-., ,
LEADER'S PRICE. Oc.
10 dozen Kill bolt the latest fad,
regular juice, .".Oc.,
LEADER'S PUICK, 210.
We have on display M dozen of hi'llca'
and misses' silk and cotton rhirt
waists of every description at prices
ranging from Sic, up to J.i apiece.
Don't think of buylnr shirt waists of
anv ileseriptlon until you see our
line. W guarantee all of our shirt
waists, a perfect lit.
60 dozen of Indies' and misses' trimmed
sailors from 2.V. up to 1.'JS apiece.
600 pieces of fancy ribbons 111 all the
newest effects from Inc. a yard up.
?." bunches of roses and foliage, worth
LEADER'S I'UICK, lie
Don't fall to S"e the stylish trimmed
'hats we are offering at $1.U $2.!W, I3.SIS
ami 81. !W, worth double.
No matter what you want In the Milli
nery line we call please you.
15 white silk sunshades from 9Se. to $4.98
Piu children's parsols. from l.V. to J1.4S.
15 tailor made suils In English Cheviot
and Oxford .Mixtures and English
Tweeds, from fj.M up.
DO ladies' f.itu-y checked tweed aklrts
well lined velvet facing.
LEADKR'S I'lUCK. $1.98.
PKI brocaded silk, satin ami velvet capes
real value, Sl.'.'X.
I'D pieces lino Zephyr lilngham, worth
LEADERS I'UICK, Oc. A YAUU.
25 pieces 4-4 unbleached sheeting,
LEADER'S I'UICK, 12'-jO
25 dozen extra heavy towels, 40 Inches
long, worth 12'Se..
LEADERS I'UICK. 7c.
20 dozen 3ii-lnch cotton towels, good
quality, worth S'...c.
LEADER'S PRICE, 3'ie.
2". pieces 4-4 unbleached muslin, the
leaders riucK. 4c
25 pieces heavy outin;; flannel, worth
LEADER'S I'UICK, 6c.
Register and Recorder S. S Wright,
of Montrose, iva- a visitor in town on
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. I'.enjamln, of Al
bany, N. Y.. spent Sunday at the resi
dence of C. J. Langley, on Front street.
John A. Millane has sold his stock of
groceries) to John CariaRS, who took
possession of the samp on Mondny.
Master Aniasn Trowbidge Is vlsltlnff
friends and relatives In New Milford.
The mission band of the Presbyterian
church on Saturday elected the follow
ing oflleers for the ensuiiitf year: Presi
dent, Miss Carrie Snmmprton; vice
president. Miss Jessie Van Loan: secre
tary, Frank Lnnib; treasurer, Miss Ma
.Marvin ISnrncs, our hustling Itveiy
liinn. hmi purchased two line new car
riages. He is bound to keen up with
the times, nnd those who wish to linve
anything in his line should give him a
The annual meeting of the Susque
hanna County Medical society will be
held at the Montrose house. In Mont
rose, on Tuesday, Mny 5. Otlicers for
the ensuing year and delegated to the
State Medical society at Harrisburg,
May 19, are to be elected. The resolu
tion on the cremation of the dead as a
sanitary measure comes up for final
action. Dr. C A. Johnston will read a
paper on "Appendicitis," and that sub
ject is to be discussed. A request has
been made that members of the society
each give a list of six remedies which
they consider most useful In practice.
IDr. A. J. Alney. retiring president, will
deliver an address. The usual reduc
tion of railroad fare Is expected. A full
attendance of members is earnestly re
quested, and a cordial Invitation is ex
tended to all roKular practitioners.
The Missies Fish, of Corbettsvllle.
Were tllC CUeStS of Mrs T4 T? T-.nn.,i-
Miss (Irace Marvin, of the Mansfield
State Normal school, is visiting Mrs.
The horse of F. II. Johnston became
frightened at a piece of naner which
hnd been carelessly thrown Into the
street, and ran down Main street nt a
rapid rate of speed and while turning
the corner of Main and Franklin streets
fell and somewhat injured tlfe. horse
'and wagon. The horse got up again
ana ran up .Main street and was caught
ojr wiinam van ueDurg.
Sirs. John Hurnett, of Prlceburg,
called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uurr
nett last Sunday.
A special meeting of Oriental Star
lodge. Free and Accepted Masons, will
be held this (Tuesday) evening.
Mrs. Uaker, Mrs. Kdgett and Mrs.
Samson, of Carbondale, were the
jruests of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. liarber
A party was given at the home of
Miss Stella Arnold, on Mnln street, last
Saturday evening In honor of her
friend. Miss Minnie Darrow. of Har
ford, Susquehanna county, names and
music were Indulged in until about 11
. o clock, when refreshments were served.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Pierce- Conners, Misses Emma
Harnes, Jennie and Cassie Williams
Minnie Darrow and W. J. Rogers, F. J.
Swingle and Lew Kelly.
Miss Sophie Slmpkins spent Sunday
with friends at Scranton.
An entertainment and social will be
held by the Methodist Episcopal Sun
day school on the evening of May 20.
Miss Lizzie Cornish, of Scranton, was
xne guest or ner cousin, Mrs. I. F, Hoyt,
Miss Grace Barber spent Sunday with
Wilkes-Barre friends. 1
Mrs. Charles Hurnett, who has been
indisposed for the past two weeks, docs
not Improve very fast.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dougherty, of
camonuaie, spent sundny with the lat
'ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Tr
Miss Minnie Darrow, of Harford. Sus
quehanna county, ,1s visiting with
menus in town.
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MR. GORMAN IS PEACEFUL
Sets Xo Need for Warlike Prepar
ation at Present.
XAVAL APPROPRIATION BILL
Occupied Attention of tne Day's Session
in the Scnate-Pcnsloa Dill Passed
in the House-Opposed by
i . ..mII ? rrtnslHi1atliin
of the general pension bill, after three
.... . 1 In thd
aays luscussion. was comiuu-
I.. ...... aAnatU.b.d tlul.'lV And 0.
vote upon its passage will be taken to
morrow lmmeaiaieiy aner ine itu.ims
of the journal. Ily a special order rc
IKirtvtl from the committee on rules.
lurllier debate on tne tun was iiiiuku
. . , . i . . . i .. . . .. 1 - Thp
lo wile iiihii ii iiu mill ,,.,.,,. -
adoption of this order was antagonized
iy air. crisp uiem., uu,i xi
u. ........... ....... ..r i ntmtit n
score of Republicans voting against it
uecnuse u restrtcieu me oppui luimj
amend the measure.
The hour and a half discussion re
sulted In the adoption of just ope
ttllli'mimciii iu me iiim iivhi, ......
by Mr. Hepburn, providing for a lib
eral construction 01 ue; mw u.v mt-
wnl.... 1. ,,., I,, Int.ireut nf fbllm-
nnts. As thus amended, the hill was
ordered to an engrossment anu innu
reading uy a vote of n. to n.
. . ... .,.n.n.ntd . . . ) . . onnilrv
civil appropriation bill were disagreed
IO anu u coiliei ence ui ueicu.
IN TIIK PKXATR.
mi. , . . . .... ....Ini tun htll .iirilnfl
the uttention of the senate throughout
today's session. It appropriates be
tween ini.OOO.lliu and J12.tKW.0tW. After
the senate had gone through with all
the minor committee amendments and
1 I ....!.,.. . ......r ..... ..11.. 11,., ttertvl.
siutis for new battleships nnd guns, a
long ueoaie was pi ecumuicii i.j .m
aineftdiuent offered by Mr. Chandler
I Rep., N. II.) on behalf of the naval
committee, prohibiting olllcrrs of the
noc, ..f tliu mcivlna i,e,iU ,111 t 111
retired list, from taking employment
in ine service or persons ui cuiiipuiin-.--supplying
materials to the government.
rne proposition nan special ri'irrnuu
to the Carnegie and Hethlehem con-
1. ,......! l.t, M
Ill lie. II wan Hiiidhuuiu uj .....
Jray (l)em., Del.) but was supported
oy an me memoers oi me uaui cimh-
li.bliii .1,. 1,1 fhi, ll.thll In 'I'hH.
matter went over till tomorrow with
The appropriation for "reserve guns
for auxiliary cruisers" was increased
from ii'.O.Oiit) to $400,000 after a short
discussion. In which Mr. Clormnn spoke,
with a touch of sarcasm, of the "war
feeling" that had been got up some
time ago and said that he did not share
in the feeling that there should be any
micll Iiuaie 111 ll cmi lug 1U1 iitai.
I'OKK AND LAUD. There were
nearly L'OO.OOO.OOO pounds of pork pac ked
in the year ending March 1. and the
hogs killed produced l.K'AUOi) tierces of
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RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. During
March there were l.'M railroad accidents
in this country, including 57 collisions
and 72 derailments. In which 28 persons
were killed and 115 were Injured.
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ri'PLISHINO IN ENGLAND. The
London Times says: "There are 48H
newspupers published In London nnd
1.357 in the rest of England; Wnles is
responsible for 100: Scotland, for 2L'8;
Ireland, for 169, and the lirltish Isles,
for 20, a total of 2,335. Besides these,
the magazines now in course of publi
cation number 2.037. of which 507 are of
a religion character. Over 200 of these
magazines were produced for the first
time during the past year. It Is esti
mated thnt f4,000.0UO a year Is spent in
advertisements, and that about 1,500,
000,000 copies of newspapers are sold
annually In London alone."
FA KM PRICES. Prices of farm pro-
ducts during the good times four years
ago and now were as follows:
At Chicago April 1. Jan. 1. April!
Steers, per wo lbs.. l Hi
Sheep, per loo lbs
liofts, per uu lus
Horses, each ....
teef. ner b
Ilufis, per lb
Mutton, per lb .,
llacon. per lb...
At New York-
Pork, per bbl 11 25 9 00 g 75
Hams, per lb i l oil'..
Lard, per lb lSI-5 H53-5 051-3
itutler, per lb '3 23 10
Cheese, per lb l'Mt 10 10
Klee, per lb ol-'i oi'i o
1 leans, per bush ... 2 oo 1 -IT j 1 20
l'eas, per bilih.... 1 32' i 1 27? j 1 12'i
Potatoes, per bush. 1 25 70 50
Onions, red, per bbl 2 00 Si5 100
Wool, Ohio and
at Uoston, per lb 27 IS IS
Hons, ner lb 25 ot) u7
Sugar oi'i 05 053-1G
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MONEY FIGURES. The per capita
circulation of money in the hands of
the people In the prosperous times of
1Mi2 and now is given thus in the Ameri
Aoril 1. Per Capita.' Period.
IS'.U J21 72 I
1SH3 23 70 VMcKlnley Tariff
1H!I (24 K S averaxe 124 St
22 !7 I Gorman Tariff
21 55 1 average '.
Decrenso under Gorman Tariff, per
capita t- 25
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PENNSYLVANIA COAL PRODUC
TION. From the report of Secretary of
Internal Affairs Latta for 1895, just 1s-
silfd. It n linen rs Hint the total number
of tons of conl produced last year In
the anthracite region wns 0,SW,1U4: in
1804, 45.50ti,179; in 183. 47.179,563; in 1892,
43.73S.373; in 1891. 44,376,180. It will be
seen from these ligurcs that the largest
production wns in 1X95, there being an
Increase In that year of 5,340925 tons
over the preceding year, and 0,470,924
tons over the year 1891. It will also be
observed that from 1891 to 1894, inclu
sive, there was but little change in the
nnnunl production. During the yenr
1895 the number nf employes was 145,
605; in 1894, 129.695; in 1803, 138,021; in
1S92, 130.197; In 1S91. 123,055. It Is some
what remarkable that while the num
ber of employes In 1S94 was greater
than in R93, the .production of coal In
the latter year was much greater than
in the former. This discrepancy mny
have been caused by strikes or sus
pension of operations in 1894. Among
the 143,603 employes In 1895, there were
420 fntal accidents, Biid 1,075 non-fatal
accidents. While the production of
coal In 1893 was more than 5,000,000 tans
greater than 1894, the number of fatal
nccidents was less, bcUig 420 as ugalnst
o!4 (tiwortoot 0i world. Brtttih ttjHi T. Hitr.
ir a BomI, i, Kin-Edird-it., Loudon. Cottm
lava a Caaaioat Voir., Sou Prop., Borou, U.S.A.
4P9: but the number of non-fatal acci
dents was greater.being 1,073 as against
Ms. These figures Indicate that the
conditions surrounding the mining of
coal are now less liaiardous than form
erly, la other words, the Unproved
methods and the safety appliances and
apparatus which the law requires, have
contributed largely to the safety of the
miner. Luxerne county still heads the
list in mining with 1S.143.101 tons in 1W15.
an increase since 1891 of about 1.500.000
tons. The next largest producing coun
ty Is Lackawanna with 11,859.382 tons.
It will be seen from these figures that
during the past four years there has
been but little change In the production
In this county. Schuylkill follows
closely with 11,495,388 tons. Sullivan
county produced the smallest quantity
152,141 tons. Westmoreland county
heads the list of bituminous coal pro
ducing counties with 10.iJi.245 tons for
1V.I5, as against 7.U05.867 tons In 1891. The
next in production Is Favette with 10.
121.541, as against 5.75S.200 tons in 1S91.
These ligurcs Indicate a greater In
crease in Fayette than Westmoreland.
In 1S95 Allegheny produced 7.1 16.6:9
tons, and Is third in the list, followed
by Clcarlleld with 5,442,299 tons. There
are tvci'ty-nlne counties in the bitu
minous region. The total coke produc
tion in IS!!.'.. 8.922,329 tons; In 1894 . 5,729.
244 tons; In 1X03. 5,549.2yG tons; In 1892,
7.891.630 tons; In 1891, 6.591.542 tons.
While Westmoreland produced the
greatest number nf tons of coal. Fay
ette is far in the lead In the production
of coke, having produced Inst year 6,
339.8S7 tons, as against 2.956.90S tons In
Westmoreland. There has not been a
great Incrense In the roduetlon In West
moreland since 18!t, when It was 2,1X5.
09ii tons, but in Fayette the Increase is
marked, ns in 1SS1 It was 3,091,301 tons.
The ligurcs show that SO per cent, of the
coke In Pennsylvania Is produced In
Fayette county. The total number of
tons of conl produced In the 1 Ituminoiis
region of Pcnnsylvnnla during the year
1895. was 51.813,112: In 1891. 39.800.210; In
1MI3. 43.421,893; 111 1892. 4C,37fi,570; In 1891,
41.787,1114. As in the case of the anthra
cite conl. the largest production was in
18115, thnt year showing an increase
over 1S94 or 12,012.902 tons, nnd over 1891
of lts.o5.4CS tons. It Is somewhat re
markable that the production in the
two regions is so neatly equal, although
the Increase has been larger In the last
live years In the bituminous region.
During the year 1895 the number of em
ployes was 81,904: In 1S94. 8,177; In 1S93,
81.800; In 1S92, 78.7S9; In 1891, 73.923. The
most striking observation to be made
in regard to these figures Is that the
81,904 employes of 1895. produced up
ward of 51,000.000 nf tons, while the 8.
177 employes of 1394. produced less than
40.000.000 of tons. This would Indicate
that strikes or suspensions of opera
tions causing much Idleness occurred
In the latter year. Among the 84.904
employes In 1SH5, there were 151 fatal
nccidents. nnd 419 non-fatal: in 1891, 124
fatal nnd 357 non-fatnl; In 1893, 131 fatal
nnd 316 non-frital; 1802. 133 fatal ami 393
non-fatal; in 1891, 237 fatal and 314 non
fatal. These ligurcs do not Indicate the
improvement In the conditions with ref
erence to the freedom from accident
thnt exist in the anthracite region, but
while this is true, they show that there
Is greater liability to accident In the
anthracite region than in the bitumin
ous region. This is snown very clearly
by the fact that In the former region,
with practically the same production
of coal, the number nf fatn! accidents
in 1895 was 420 as against 156 in the lat
ter region, and the number of non-fatal
accidents, 1,075, as against 419.
Sunday wns observed as St. Oeorge's
day in the Primitive Methodist church.
In the morning the senior lodge. Juve
nile lodge and Daughters of St. George
attended services in a body. The male
societies, nccompanied by the Albion
band, paraded from their rooms In
O'Malley's building to the church.
Special devotions wore conducted in the
Mrs. Rose Newlin, of Main street, and
Mrs. Kelfl'er. of Dupnnt, Bpent yester
day with friends In Plains.
John Oilhooley, Janitor of No, 3
school, Marcy township, has beautified
the grounds by clearing away the ref
use and planting a number of trees.
Messrs. Lynott and llaggerty, of
Scranton, spent yesterday at the Cur
Thomas Hoban, of Main street, is
seriously 111 of pneumonia.
John Earley, a miner employed In the
Old Forge colliery of the Pennsylvania
Coal company, received severe Injuries
about the head on Saturday morning.
Several stitches were required to bind
the wounds. His condition is not se
rious. John Lnwler, of Jermyn, was a caller
in town yesterday.
Mrs. Annie Thompson, of South Mnln
street, is lying critically HI.
Thomas Johns, of itli hinonilnle, Is
spending a few days with friends in
A. P. Curran, of Scranton, spent Sun
day at the residence of his parents on
The mnrringeof Miss Julia Loughney
of this place to Patrick Jordan of
Scranton will be solemnised nt St.
Paul's cathedral on Wednesday.
Messrs. Enos Flynn and M. J. Ly
nott. of Providence, were callers in
town on Sunday.
Mrs. Walter Penny Is spending a few
days with friends In Wilkes-Harre.
Mrs. Charles Sariders will leave next
week for an extended visit to the west.
She will be gone several months.
Miss Nettie Dni'fner spent Sunday
with friends In Plttston.
Rev T. V. Kiernnn, of Parsons, was a
caller In town yesterday.
John Ollden, a miner employed at
White Oak mine, sustained serious In
juries by a full of roof yesterday morn
Intr While birring down u mass of
coal some of It fell on him and, pin
ning him to the ground, broke one of
his legs and one of his arms. He was
taken to his home on Cemetery street,
where Dr. Van Dorcn attended him.
Some miscreants on Saturday night
broke nil the windows in the front of
'Squire Munley's place of business on
South Main street, and also shattered
several panes of glass In his dwelling.
The 'squire does not knov who the
scoundrels were and cannot assign any
reason for their dastardly conduct.
Mru. Francis H. Hackley, of Torry
town, accompanied by Mb Clark, of
Scranton, wns here yesterday and visit
ed the kindergartens here and nt the
Ridge. The plans for the new kinder
garten building him? nbout completed
and work on the foundations will soon
begin. The building will be located on
tho vacant lot adjoining the Presby
tei Ian church.
Misses Mary Lawler and Mary Red
dington, of Winton, spent Sunday af
ternoon with friends here.
P. F. Spellman, of the East Side, bus
gone to Green Itidge to accept the
management of the branch tindet taking
establishment which his sister, Mrs.
Owen Cusick, rec ently established there.
Mr. Sncllman Is a gentleman of recog
nized ability and business capacity, and
there can be no doubt of his success
in his present pursuit.
James J. Walsh has broken ground
tor a grand building on Main street. It
will be a combined business place and
residence, and will be nn ornnment to
the street on which It Is to be built.
Margaret, a 2-year-old child of Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Orogan, of Laurel
street, Is dangerously sick.
KILLED OX Ill's "FIRST TRIP.
A New Conduetnr Run Over by Ills Cnr lit
Woodbury. April 27. Matthew Roe,
n. conductor on the trolley line, fell
from his car In front of the court house
this evening, nnd a trailer rnn over
hltn, causing instant death, fie was on
the rear of the car when a sudden Jerk
caused him to fall backward.
lie lived In Gloucester, and has been
but recently married. He was a new
hand and Mils wan hli first trip out in
charge of a car.
Promptly Effectual la Curias lb Most Obsti
nate Forms of Colds and Cough and a
Sure Preventive of Pneumonia and All
Colds lead to coughs, coughs to Pneu
monia and Consumption; therefore, it
Is all important to check a cold before
It reaches the lungs. Munyon's Cold
Cure will positively break a wold inside
cf twenty-four hours if taken ns soon
as the cold manifests Itself. When the
cold reaches the lungs or bronchial
tubes the Cough Cuie should be used
alternately every half hour with the
Cold Cure. The Cold Cure is guaran
teed to prevent pneumonia if used in
the beginning of a cold. Pcnumonia, or
Intlnmmntion of the lungs, can be con
trolled by the use of these two cures.
The Cough Cure positively cures
bronchitis, tickling in the throat,
hourseness, logs of voice, soreness of
the chest, dlttlculty in breathing, hack
ing cough and all pulmonary diseases,
where the lungs are not too far con
sumed or covered with tubercles.
A separate specltle for each disease.
Sold by all druggists, mostly for 25
cents u bottle.
Personal letters to Prof. Munyon, 1505
Arch street. Philadelphia, Pa an
swered with free medical advice for
The Baptist Young People's union of
the Baptist 'church at Clark's Green
will hold an Ice cream social at O.
Northup's housu thlH (Tuesday) eve
ning, April 28. All are Invited.
"How to Curo All Skin Diseases."
Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment."
No Internal medicine required. Cures
tetter, eczema. Itch, all eruptions on the
face, hands, nose, etc., leaving the skin
clear, white and healthy. Its great
healing and curative powers are pos
cessed by no other remedy. Ask your
druggist for Swayne'i Ointment,
. WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A HOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE. NO CHARGE WILL BE LE33
I Ki CENTS. THIS Rl'bB AP
I PLTE3 TO SMALL WANT ADS., EX-
t-rjt-T L,iK'Ai, SITUATIONS, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
WANTED A STKONG HOY OF It. AT 124
Washington avenue, in Oriental Rug
RCQ CLF.I1K- DURF.SS OR APPLY L
u, f., 414 i eunr arsnue. Scranton. Pa.
VANTED - REPRESENT ATIVT.8 FOR
' Si-ritnton and vicinity fur nn old con
orvntive Life Iimurance Co.: Ixaninft all the
niodrm policies: must have Iiuvb acquaint
ance; eiperieucn not nnc.assarT: fntura to the
riclit purtv MAN AUK. t, 503 Tradesmen's
WANTED-AN AOFNT IN EVERY 8EO
tion to canvass: J4.00 to 5 Oo a day made;
ells at lht; also a mail to sll Itaple Woods
to dealers; best side line 175.00 a month: sal
ary or lartio rrnniniaaion made; experience
nnnrccnta' y. Clifton Soap and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED-WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to nollrtt stock auhacriD-
tion; a monopoly: his money for scents; no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH CO,
corucu oiook. uQieaeo. jil
Help Wanted Females.
one but oxpiTifncod cook nuod Apply. CHAU
friuiLiTitoj, none time. ru.
AMTE!)-mitLT DO HOUSEWORK.
31 KM. 11. f. Dllnmnro.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL
housework: no small cbildron. Call at
743 Quiacy avenue.
WANTED - SERVANT GIRL; COMPE
T t-nt, reliable, for general housework.
1 : 1 1 7 PetteboueMt.
WANTf:D-W',Rrc F(,K MEN AND
f women. We pay $0 to 812 per week for
easy bmnn work. No scheme, books or ped
dling', send stamp for work and particulars,
THE KEYAhlUB MCPPLV CO., Masonic
Temple. Camden, N. J.
IADIEH I MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
J pWnsBtit heme work, nnd will gladly rend
full rarticulars to all sending 'i cent stamp,
MI:-8 M. A. STEIIBIXS, Lawrence, Mich.
WANTED-,ADY AGENT IN SCRAN.
? T ton to sell and Introduce Snyder'a cuke
icing: eijierleiice'l canvniser preferred: work
permanent and rely pmntablo. Write for
fartlculnrii at once ami get benefit of holidav
trade. T H. PXYDKK & CO. ( inclnnati. O
T ANT KD I.M MEDIATELY TWO ENEll.
y et:e fnlesworuen to repr?snt ns.
Guaranteed JO a dny without ir.terferire: with
oincr amies, ncnitnim occupation, w rito
lor purtif niariii in: ui'ir
ical Company. No. 72 John street. New York.
F'Ort BALK DESIRABLE 1 OT nN JEF
foiaon nvnuo. P. W. STOKES, Attor-ney-at-Liiw,
Mi Wyoming avenue,
1,"OR BALE - MY COTTAGE AT ELM
hnrst nnd tho four lots an which it
stindH: ul.o the four loti Adjoining; moHt do
airahl location in Elinhnrst: prices reasona
ble: terms env; possession Riven nt once, jj,
P. KINUSUURV, tomuiouweulth Building,
FOR SALE-TWO T10H.SES, 2 BUTCHER
wagons. 2 lui .!.!". 1 Hgh, harnensesnnd
all of buichor's onttit: also mutt market for
rent; ffoiogoutof business; must m sold by
April 1st. Iniiuirn of L E. KCUULLEU,
blnkely street, L an more.
1X)R BALE HOUSP, AND LOT ATCOH
J nor of Meade and Bnrkn str-'i-t. All mod
ern finprnvninn'S cn premises. MRS. A.NN1G
STEWART. Dunmnre. I'm.
i;OB IU1HT PLEASANT KOoMM, WITH
J1 or without board, beautiful outlook, call
nt 041 Washington avenue; only five minutes'
walk from Square.
l.iOUR HOOML, :a Ollvo street, arranered
J1 for I'irht housekeeping; newly painted
l?OK KEST-HOUHEH ON EIGHTH ST.,
I1 conreulnnt and central. Apply to J, B.
WA'IKON. First National Bank, or A. D.
DliAN. lfc.tll N. WashtUKton avenue.
l.-'OB RENT PRESBYTERIAN MANSE,
1 fnrnili.'d, unmet avenue, North Park,
with barn; apply on premises. . .
i;oit RENiviTnooM house aIsd bmin"
V nice yurd, corner VotiStorch and Mnrion.
1M)R KENT-HALF OF DOUBLE HOUSE;
X' miKlurn improvements; rout reasonable;
coiner of Pine and Blakuly streets, Dummy e.
topTke n TRoTriTs NTwbccupfKiV by
.1 the Traders' Nattonul Bonk: possession
given about Mav 1, by F. L. PHILLIPS,
Cnslii-r Trailers' National Bank.
VOH HEN T TEN-ROOM HOUSE; ALL
1 modern conveniences. Inquire at
vi asnourn sr.
l.-'OR RENT ONE-HALF DOUBLE HOUSE
J 715 Oulniy avenue. Rent reasonable
Opposite stone Tnylor Hospital.
T?ORRENTNll'KJl FUKN1HHED HALL
r suitable for lodge Yooau. JOHN J&U-
am, u rryomiDg ovanas.
"Does away with Pine Tar, Camphor, Tar Balls and all
other disagreeable smelling drugs. Garments positively free
from odor when taken out for use. Call and see them.
AIT ANTED TEN AGENTS: BIO BAL-
sry: Inquire af tor II p. in. M. S.MA
IIANEV, Frrtukitn avenuu.
atsrt; permanent plice. ItROWN
BROS. CO., Nurserymen. Rocmwtor, N. V.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL CIOARS;
$75 per month salary nnd expenses paid.
Addrosa, with two-cent stamp, FIOARO CI
OAR t'O.. t'nicafio.
AOENT8 TO HELL OUR PRACTICAL
(told, silvbr. nickel and corner eleotro
platen; price from $-1 upward ; ealary and ex
pens paid; outfit tree. Aildrasa, with stamp,
Xl It'll IO AN M FO CO., Cblmeo.
AGENTS TOSEI.L CIO ARS TO DEALERS;
t'S weekly anil rxiteiic; experience un
necessary. t'ON SOLI DATED MFO. OO, H
Van Huren at I'lneann,
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; l
per rent, commission; .sauiile book
mailed free. Address L, N. CO., btatloa L,
AT ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new liKhtiiimr Boiling table cloth, nios
quito aud house ily liquid ut 1U cents and '.'."
ronts a bo tic. Snmiilo tree. BuLOlANO
M;FO Co., Baltimore. JId.
AGENTS HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER.
aal Hair Cnrlers and Waveri (useil with
out heat), and "Pyr Pointed"! lair Pins, Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. o. Box K. New York.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
ONE OR TWO FURNISHED ROOMS TO
lt, with nse of bath: also barn rent
cheap. S22 Monroe avenue. citVj
I7URNISHED ROOMS, WITH USEOFGAS,
X hot and cold bath, sitting and reading
rooms. Lackawanna avenue.
Horses at Auction.
FOR SALE SATURDAY. MAY 2, AT
Clark's Summit, twenty-five Pennsylva
nia horses, among tbem b'ing some vood
work team and (rood work drivers. Also one
foam of Shetland ponies, a few wagon., bug
gies and harness. Terms of sale made known
on premises. Halo begins at 10 a. m.
O. H. HANDlTlCK. Clark's Humrolt.
qHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
L stockholders nf The Providence Git and
Water Company will be held at their ottlce in
tho Delaware and Hudson building. Lacka
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa. Monday, Mar
I, isihi, at 1U a. m to elect bracers to serve
dnring the ensning year, to consider and au
thorise an increase of the capital stock of the
company, and transact any other business
that mav be presented.
By oraor or tne managers.
II. F. ATIlF.lt TON, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa.. Feb. 1WA,
IOST SMALL ORAV AND WHITE KIT
J ton: suitable reward given if returned to
iMRB. HENRY HF.I.IN. 417 Jefferson avenue.
"rpHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
J Von want this relic. Contains nil of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Pictures, Aiow
ing the forces in actual battle, sketched on tha
spot. Two volumes, V) pictures. Bold on
er.sy monthly payments. Delivered by ex
press complete, nil clinrgos prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, fta Adams Ave.. Scranton, Pa.
BLANK HOOKS, PAMPHLETS, 1IAGA
sinos, etc, bound or rebound at Til a
Tkibumb office. Wulck work. Reasonable
MADAME Al'Blil.Y. GREATEST LIVING
clairvoyant in the world; tells past,
prosent snd future. Hot Adams avenue.
ROEBLING'8 CELEBRATED TANSY AND
Pennyroyal Pills; imported; absolutely
Safo: harmless; superior to all others: never
lails, anv Hinge; thousands of happy la(!i;s: $2
bvmull." Sold only by BuTAMt AL SPECI
FIC CO., 114 Fifth Avenue, Now York.
1st Mortgage 5 Per Ct. Gold Bonds
Dated April I, i8q6; Due April 1, 1036. Prin
cipal and Interest Payable in Uold Coin. New
York Security and Trust Company, N. Y.,
Trustee. Exempt from Tax In Pennsylvania.
The above bonds are secured by mort
gage upon tho entire property now owned
or hereufter acquired by tho Spring Hroolt
Water Supply company, comprising; twenty
three constituent companion covering th.
entiredlstrlct fromnndlncludlngthe nouth
ern portion of Scranton. Pa,, to Nunticolte
on tho east side of the Susquehanna river,
nnd Plymouth on the west side. Tho com
pany supplier water to a population of
over 2U0.IKKI Inhabitants, Including the city
of Wllkes-llarre nnd n portion of the city
of Scranton, nnd Includes every water
company In the district. Tho net earnings
are largely In excess of nil charges nnd in
crenslnK fn Idly.
The directors of tho company are us
HON. L. A. WATRES, President.
Ex-Lt.-Gov. of Pennsylvania, Scranton,
T. H. W ATKINS, Secretary. Scranton, Pa.
ROBERT C. ADAMS, Treasurer, Scran
HON. L. AMKHMAN, Scranton, Pa.
I). SIMPSON. Scranton, Pa.
W. K. HALLSTEAD,
Oen. Manager, D L. & W. It. R. Co.,
HON. MORGAN B. WILLIAMS, Wllken-
JOHN VVKLLS HOLLENBACK, Wilkes-
J. ROGERS MAXWELL,
President, C. It. R. of NrfJ., New York.
GEORGE F. MAKER. T
President, First National Bank N. Y
SAMUEL T. PETHRB, New York.
m, MM u
41 WILL STREET, HEW YORK. :
421 CHESTNUT STREET, PHIL., PL
FOll PROTECTION fiGilSI MOTH
102404 LACKL IVL, COR. IDIM1
V' ANTED SITUATION BY MAN WHO
V understands tanning, gardening and
care oi burses; speaks French. English and
German. EMIL hi HAFKER, 315 Lackawan
na avenue, bcrunton.
SITUATION WANTED-AS BUTCHER;
O thurouguly experienced and with good
references; wonld nut object to assist In any
other department in a store. Apply J. W.
HILTON, Robert avenue. Providence.
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN, 8ITUA
tion as olerk in clothing, grocery or
general store; several years' experience; ref
erences. Address D. J, PRICE, SSI Hyda
Park avenue, city.
SITUATION NTEDAR SEWER IN
tailor establishment. Address 010 Cedar
SITUATION WANTED -BY AN OLD
country gardener: city or country: sin
gle man. Address M MULLEN, Tribune
office office, Hcranton.
MARRIED MAN WANTS SITUATION AS
teamster or any kind nf work ; can speak
Herman; can give good reference. Address
itl Hyde Park avenue.
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGE
Isdy as housekeeper, nurse or sewing, ,,
M Tribune office.
C1TUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN.
aged 17, in office or store; can furnish
good reference. Address H. J, P., Tribune.
INVESTED HOW IN WHEAT OB
stocks under our safe method will
mage you Handsome pronts, Send for particu
lars and bsok, free. JORDAN ft CO,, Colum
bla Building, New York.
Schedule In Effect May 19, 1893.
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barre as Follows
7.25 a. m., week days, for Sunbury
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton.
Poltsville, Reading, Norristown
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.17 p. m., week davs, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West,
4.40 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
6.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pass. Agent.
S. M. PREVOST, Ueneral Manager.
Cuutral Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracito coal used exclusively. Insur--hrg-TrtcaTriiiresffTiud
TIME TABLl'l IN EFFECT MCH. 13, 1896.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston,
Wllkcs-Bnrre, etc at 8.20, 9.15, 11.30 a, m.,
12. lu, 2.00. 3.05, S.(f), 7.10 p. m, Sundays, S.uO
a. 111., 1.00. 2.15. 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a, m.
For New York, Nowark and Elizabeth,
8.20 (express) a. m., 12.15 (express with Ituf
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express) p. ni. Sun
day, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 12.-15 p. m.
arrives at Philadelphia, Leading Term
inal, 5.22 p. m. and New York O.OO p. m.
For Mauch Chunk, Allcntown, Uethlo
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8.20 a. m
12.45, 3.05, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. ui.
Sunday, 2.15 P. m.
For Lons Branch, Ocean Orove, etc., at
8 20 a. in., 12.4a p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and llarrlsburff.
via Allcntown, 8.20 a. m., 12.45. 5.09 u. m
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
Kor Pottsvllln, 8.20 a., 12.45 p. m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib.
eriy street. North River, at 8.10 (express)
u. m., 1.10, 1.30, 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
9.(10 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunduy 8.27
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rales muy be had cn application In ad
vance to the ticket agent ut the station.
H. P. BALDWIN.
Oen. Pass. Agent
J. II. OLHATJSEN. Oen. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday.
Julv a), all trains will
Efl Vf arrive at new Lacka.
fii If Mil wanna avenue statloa
jur r as follows:
!: r Trains will leave Scran
tnr Carbondale and Interme.
diate points at 2.20. 5.; 8 25 and 1 10.19
a. m.. 12.00, 2.20, 8.55, 5.1 .!. 7.2u, 9.10 and
llPorP'Karvlew. Waymart nnd Honesdnle
at 7.00,3.25 and 10.19 a. in., 12.00, 2.20 and 5.1S
P'For Albany, Saratoga, the Adtrondaeka
and Montreal at 5.4.1 a. m. and 2.20 p. m.
l?or Wllltes-Harn; and Intermediate
rolnts at 7. is, ann !. b. m J2 03,
"0. 2.38, 4.00, 5.10, 6.0J, 9.15 and 11.38 p. m.
'Traii.a will arrive at Scranton statlnH
from Carbondale and Intermediate points
at 7.4V, e.tu, v.ov anu iv.w b. m., ji.uu, 1.17,
X.il4, o.wi, l.iu, 0.11 a-uu p. m,
Pram Honesdnle. Waymart and lTee.
View at 9.S4 a. m., 12.00. 1.17, 1.40. (.55 and
7.45 p, m.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc..
at 4.M and 11.83 D. m. .'
From WHkea-Barrn and Intermediate
points at 1.I6, 104. 10.06 and 11.55 a. m 1.11
uii S.W, eu e.w, i.av, a,w sua u.m p, a,
Make Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring ;
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
Nov. 17. 1895.
Train leaves 8cranton lor Philadelphia
and New York via D. H. R. R. at 7.4?
a. m., 12.05, 1.20, 2.38 and 11.38 p. m via l ,
L. W. K. R., 6.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. m and L3e
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wilkes.
Barre, via D.. L. & W. R. R 6.00, 8.08, 11.29
a. m.. 3.40, 6.07. 8.52 p. m.
Leave Scranton tor White Haven, Ha.
aleton. Pottsville and all points on the
. r eiow and Pottsville branches,
v O- II. R. R. at 7.15 a. m., 12.05, 1.20.
80S, 11.20 a. m 1.30, 3.40 p. m.
r, ?,ve Scranton for Hethlehem, Easton,
Reading Harrisburg and all Intermediate
fSnn,.',Mvl?Jt' H. H. R. 7.45 a. m., 12.05,
b b1?'J ?,1I ai P- " via X., L 4k W.
R. R.. 6.00, log, n.Ki. m., 1M p. ni
5ve Scranton for Tunkhannook, To
??S,.;?:i.mlri Ithaca Geneva and all
intermediate points via D & II. R. R., Hi
R R' K 59i 1135 P', "i" v,a D" U w
it. K 8.08, 9.J6 a. m., 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester. Buffalo,
"S?,"ra Fas. Detroit. Chicago and aU
f,0'"". ,"?. via D c H. R. n." 6.45 a. m..
5- 11.38 p. m., via D., L. & W. R. R.
and Plttston Junction, 8.08, 9.55 a. m L30.
o.ml p. m.
..iF0E!n,il "nd wes' via Salamanca,
v tt R- $ ll H- R - m. 12.05 p" nv
via D,, L. Je W. r. R.. Lot. in m 1 in
p. ni. . '
puiman parlor and steeping or L. V.""
chair cars on all trains between L. It B.
i'in01!0? Sf Wllkes-Barre and New York,
. nii-uciiiuia, suuaio, ana suspension
ROLL1V T7 WTT TJITO O.n Rnn,
OTAS. 8. i.EE, Oen. Pass. Agt., Phlla., Pa.
i-bss. Agi noutn uethlenem. ri.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, April 20, 1896.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
press for New York and all points East,
1.40, 2.50. 5.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a. m.; 1.15 and
3.34 p. in.
Kxpress for Enston, Trenton, Philadel
phia and the South, 6.15,8.00 and 9.55 a. m.;
1.15 nnd 3.31 p. ni.
Washington ami way station, 4.00 p, m.
Tobyhanna ncconimodallon, 6.10 p. m.
Express for llliiKhamton, Osweso, El
mlni, Cornlii;,', Hath, Dullsville, Mount
Morris nnd liuffiilo, 12J.'n, 2.35 a. m.. nnd
3.21 p. ni muklng close connections at
Buffalo to all points In the West, North
west and Southwest.
Hath accommodation, 9.15 n. m.
Klnirhauiton ami way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nicholson uccommodution, 4.00 and C.lf
P. ni. "
KinKnamion anu ciiniru expre o.jn i, m,
Kxuress for Cortlund. Syracuue. Osweso,
t'tlra ami Rlchlield Springs, 2.25 a. tn., and
1.21 P. ni. . .
Ithaca 2.3a anu nam s.jj a. m. ana j.-i
For Northumberland. Plttston, Wllkes
Barre, Plymouth, llloomsburg and Dan
ville, making close connections at North
unilierlan and Williamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tions ti.00, 9.55 a. m. and 1.30 nnrt ti.00 p. m.
Nunticoke and Intermediate stations.
8U8 nnd 11.20 n'. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stations, 3.40 and 8.52 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches ott
all express trains.
Kor detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket oftlce, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket oftlce.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 10, 1S96.
Trains leave .Scranton for New Yo-k
and intermediate points on the Erie rail
road, also for Hanesdalo, llnwh-y nn.l
loeul points at 8.35 a. m. and 3.:'S p. pi. an't
arrive at Scranton from above points
8.23 a. m. and 3.57 p. pi.
-m v nlT'lMIfltV.
In Eflecl September 3Hndt 189i.
r-,J V. Franklin
7 joiweft 4'Jnd street
7 col cehawken
. -'Arrive travel
(1 1 1 IK
at 11 11
h u 1 11 (17!
6 9" II OS
6 1.1 O
6 10,1a Ml
I? m - trave
All trains run dally except Sunday,
t signifies that trains nop on signal for pass
recur rate vis Ontario a Western before
KirchiNlng tickets and save money.' Day ana)
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