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124-126 Wyosins An.
It will certainly pay you to visit
our Mammoth Stores and see the
many Extraordinary Values we
SS pieces all-wool dress fabrics In all
color, real value, 35c,
LEADER'S PRICE. 10c
10 pieces all-wool crepon In brown and
navy only, real value, tl,
LEADEK'8 PRICK, 49o.
10 pieces of line silks and wool crepon
and novelty dress goods, regular re
tail price, 31.50.
LEADER'S PRICE. S9c.
10 pieces all-wool black serge, 33 Inches
LEADER'S PRICE. 19c.
?S doxen J. B. corsets In white only,
LEADER'S PRICE. C9o.
One lot or ladles' ribbed vests, in white
and ecru, worth 15c,
LEADER'S PRICE, Dc.
10 ddfcen gilt belts- . the latest fad.t
regular rlce, 5lo.,
LEADER'S PRICE, 4c.
W have on display 500 dozen of ladles'
and misses' silk and cotton shirt
waists of every description at prices
ranging from 39c, up to 35 apiece.
Don't think of buying1 shirt waists of
any description until you see our
line. We guarantee all of our ahirt
waists, a perfect tit.
(0 dosen of ladles' and misses' trimmed
sailors from 23c. up to 31-98 apiece. -
000 pieces of fancy ribbons in all the
newest effects from 10c. a yard up.
75 bunches of roses and foliage, worth
LEADER'S PRICE, 17c.
Don't fall to see the stylish trimmed
bats we are offering at $1.98, 32.SB, 33.W
and $4.98, worth double.
Ko matter what you want In the Milli
nery line we con please you.
IS white silk sunshades from 98c. to $4.93
100 children's paraois, from 15c. to 31.48.
IS tailor made suits In English Cheviot
and Oxford Mixtures and English
Tweeds, from (5.98 up.
fO ladles' fancy checked tweed skirts
well lined velvet facing,
LEADER'S PRICE. 11.98.
100 brocaded silk, satin and velvet capes
real value, 94.93. ...
LEADER'S PRICE, 32.9a.
ISteces fine Zephyr Gingham, worth
" LEADER'S PRICE. Sc. A YARD.
2S pieces 4-4 unbleached sheeting, .
worth 18c, ...
LEADER'S PRICE, 12Vc.
23 dosen extra heavy towels, 40 Inches
long, worth 12Hc. . .
LEADER'S PRICE. 7c.
20 dozen 36-inch cotton towels, good
quality, worth 8'4c..
LEADER'S PRICE, 3V4e.
25 plece.i 4-4 unbleached muslin, the
LEADER'S PRICE. 4c.
23 pieces heavy outing flannel, worth
1 C'' LEADER'S PRICE. 6c.
MC.K. AVEKAKDI IS COMING.
I p.-ctsto liccoruu Apostblid Delegate to
tho l aited ststo.
St. Louis. April 28. The apostolic
(lelfiratc, Cardinal Satolli, will be suc
ceeded In this country by Mgr. Aver
urdl. the Kresent nunc o to Mexico.
This news Is, brought .to the United
States by Thomas Uuvinnla, a mer
chant of Venice, who has bean on a
visit to the capital or Mexico, lie said
last night that while In Mexico he met
Mgr Averardi on several occasions
and had several conversation with
During one of them he asked the
prelate when he expected to return to
Rome, and was told that he did not ex
pect to see the eternal city inside of
three years, as he expt-cted to come to
the United States as soon as his mis
sion in Mexico is ended and become the
apostolic delegate to the hierarchy of
the United Statea.He expects to have
under his jurisdiction the church In the
United States, Mexico and Cuba.
NEWARK'S LONG CRUISE.
She Has Just Completed a Voyage of
Washington, April 28. After almost
continuous journeying for nearly four
years the cruiser Newark has dropped
anchor in Hampton Roads. She
had just completed a voyage of
more than 6,000 mile from Montevideo,
Uruguay. Leaving Norfolk July 17,
1892, the Newark visited Spain, France,
Italy, Morocco, Sicily, the Ionian is
lands, Turkey in Asia, the Canaries,
the West Indies, Canada, Barbadoes,
Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Cape
Town (South Africa), St. Helena and
numerous other places. During this
period of service she has traveled 42.-
986 nautical knots, or more than 50,000
Despite her long expoou'i', tho New
ark is said to be m good condition, and
It Is probable that she will not be
obliged to go out of commission or even
io De piacea in ary aock.
WOULD MURDER THE BRIDE.
Rejected Snltor Kept Away Prom an Iowa
vteddlng By Deteetive.
Council Bluffs, la., April 28. It has
wen discovered that the- aulet mar
rlagv of W. O. Prior, of this city,
and Miss Helen B; Wheeler, of Syra
cuse, concealed a rather sensational
state of affairs. Dptectivee well nmuai
and dressed in citizens' clothes, stood at
the gate and scrutinized each guest that
entered. They were there to prevent
the execution of a murderous threat
mat tne young woman should be killed
before she became a bride.
A neclected suitor of tho hi-l.io i aM
to have :uade the threats, provided Bhe
did not marry him. A few days before
me time set ror tne marriage arrived
the rejected suitor came here. Thus
tar he has not attempted to carry his
tuieui into execution.
. . MURDERED BY TRAMPS.
Body of an Unknown Alan, Klllod Months
Ago, rouna near iieoatur.
Decatur. Til.. Ani-ll Tk kn,.
B. ITin Tl WAR fnlttlri In tka - .tl.
i. Ill, ITUVUD O. UllItT
east of the city today. It was covered
ujr icuvpb. mree men nunting stum
bled over it. The body had evidently
uceu mere several montns. It Vi
rarefullv cnveroil urith i..,,.
- " - . . . u , - f , CIMU
sticks were placed on top to hold them
In one pocket was a loaded revolver.
The clothing was that of & worktngman
dressed for a cold winter- day.' There
was nothing to Indicate, the man's Iden
tity, Apparently he had been killed
vy uniwi on xne neaa, 'mere were no
valuables in the pocket. It Is believed
that the man was murdered for his
money oy tramps.
. . ' ...
Tns Nickel Plate Road controls the
dining stations on Its Una and they re
stive unsuotsa praise.
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VCITKEY'S VEEKLY SALAD
Kaleidoscopic Badget of laterestlag
LIVB XEKSALL ALONG THE LINE
Usher men Are om the Alert-Notes Coa
ceralng the Rallroeds-tf feots of the
Silver . Mining Boom In Wayne
Coanty Personal News.
Special to the Bcranton Tribune.
Susauehanna. April 28. The house
holders of Susquehanna and Its imme
diate environment have learned with
regret and alarm that a Brooklyn man
has been arrested In Montroee for "pro
fane swearing." and that he Is liable
to a ne of 67 cents for each cuss word
uttered "against the peace and dignity
of the commonwealth." If the prison
er la convicted, liberty in this country
is knocked higher'n the kite of the late
lamented Mr. Uilderoy. If hereafter a
free-born American citizen cannot say
few torrid words to his mother-in-
law. If while adjusting ancient stove
pipe he cannot express his feelings; and
If while "shooing" his neighbor s hens
from his garden he cannot use a few
short sentences without being yanked
before the cadi and Impoverished, the
sooner he shakes the dust of this al
leged land of liberty from his feet and
seeks a quiet haven in some of the Isles
of the sea, where he can swear In six
teen languages, living and dead, with
no hog constable to molest or make
afraid, the better. Sixty-seven cents a
swear la enough to make freedom
HEARD ON THE AVENUE.
A large number of fishermen are
threshing the streams along the Jef
ferson branch In search of trout. Few
have caught anything, except a cold.
Several Susquehanna gentlemen will
honor the National Republican conven
tion at St. Louis with their presence.
One will go as a delegate, the others
will beat tom-toms for Matthew Stan
ley, the silent flshermun.
A number of Forest City people have
exodusted to Wayne county "the
promised land" to stake claims when
sliver and copper la discovered.
A colored gentleman advertised in
the Honesdale Independent for a posi
tion as coachman. No common stable
The Prohibitionists of Hallstcad were
all in the borough lockup on Saturday
evening. They hadn't been drinking
chain lightning. They were holding
People who complain of the things
that editors print should be thankful
for the things they do not print. The
secret of good editing Is knowing what
ttOt to publish.
IN A PARAGRAPH.
The funerals of Thomas Kelley. for
twenty-live years a prominent business
man, occurred and was largely attend
ed from St. John's Catholic church on
Sunday afternoon. Requiem high mass
was celebrated on Monday morning.
Mrs. B. F. Smith, an old and re
spected resident, was on Sunday morn
ing attacked with apoplexy, and Is in
a serious condition.
Fred H. Pride's new steamer, the
Idlewlld, is approaching completion at
Lanesboro. A large number of Lacka
wanna county excursionists are expect
ed this season. A ten-mile ride on the
picturesque Susquehanna Is a rare
treat. Mr. Pride's first steamer, the
Ki'mlnie, carried a very large number
of passengers last summer.
The Erie shopmen today were reim
bursed for services in the month of
Monroe Carter lodge. Brotherhood of
Railroad Tralnment, will hold Its ninth
annual ball In Hogan Opera house on
NOT A HOLIDAY.
Throughout the state there is a strong
and quiet-growing sentiment that there
Is too much merrymaking on Memorial
Day, and a too general indulgence in
sports and excursions, a tendency
which is contrary to the spirit of the
day. Some of the posts of the Grand
Army of the Republic have placed
themselves on record on this subject.
Their resolutions recite that Memorial
Day was set apart for services com
memorative of the death of soldiers
who gave their lives for the preserva
tion of the country, and that it is of the
highest Importance that the day shall
be kept sacred to such purposes. They
deplore the growing tendency to public
games and excursions and other forms
of amusement, and earnestly protest
against all such celebrations as turn
the mind from the serious purposes of
America has 40,000 locomotives.
It Is generally believed in certain
circles that the Lehigh Valley company
will some day build a branch road
from Tunkhannock to Lanesboro, via
the Tunkhannock creek. Stranger
things have happened.
The Philadelphia Times has an article
on the Lehigh Valley road, in which it
is stated that the late Asa Packer at
one time worked as a carpenter in Sus
There are dull times on the Jefferson
branch, and extra men on the Erie
hardly know whether they are railroad
men or farmers.
Erie Train Dispatcher Partlll. of Car
bondale, is one of the expert bicyclists
Of the Anthracite city. He is not a
The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western shops at Hallatead. like the
majority of the shops in the country,
are working on short time.
About 1.200 tons of coal are taken
from the Erie pockets in Suoquchanna
monthly for locomotive use exclusively,
It is claimed that the Ontario and
Western road has restored the old style
of mileage books. Important and sen
A MISMATCHED TEAM.
The Prohibition and reform bonven
tlon', held on Wednesday of last week
at Forest t'lty, appears to have been a
Populist cake with a light temperance
frosting. Our Prohibition friends are
nice people and good citizens, but there
is a lingering suspicion that if they
would fight whiskey mora and the Re
publican and Democratic parties less,
they would do more for the cause of
temperance. It Is also feared that a
Prohibition horse and a Populistic ox
will not make a steady pulling team.
POPULATING THE COUNTRY.
Over In Grahamsville there is a man
with a. remarkable proline record. He
is seventy-four years old and has been
married three times. His wives have
had twenty children, twelve of whom
are now living.
. In the town of Hancock there Is a
man living with his second wife. He
is less than fifty-five years of age, yet
he Is the father of twenty-three chil
dren, all living.
A Starrucca man, who has "passed
to his reward" whatever that may be
was mnrrled three times, and was the
father of twenty-seven children.
It is claimed that the Erie will this
year expend 11,000,000 In improvements.
Full time In the Susquehanna shops
would be one improvement.
New Mllford is to have a reorganized
board. Another slump In the price of
real estate In the pretty borough.
Starucea lodge of Odd Fellows, of this
place, one of the banner lodges of the
state, as an observance of the seventy
seventh anniversary of American Odd
Fellowship, attended the Presbyterian
church In a body on Sunday morning.
Quite a large number of bluestona
quarries are about to be opened up
along the Jefferson branch. A good
market only is needed.
Henry Ward Brown, of Oulf Summit,
has 300 hens, and last year his hen
dairy paid him $250. And thus did he
Henry Ward Brown.
Dandelions and Democratic candi
dates for county commissioner are bob
bing In up In every township.
But for the failure last winter of the
Binghamton Rosses, the Binghamton
and Wyaluslng road would have been
commenced this season. As It Is, there
is a vast amount of enthusiasm, and
almost everything, except money, all
along the proposed line.
It Is said that the late Thomas Kelly
left an estate valued at $35,000.
Editor A. F. MoNulty, of the Arch
bald Citizen, was tendered the freedom
of the city on Monday. He la frequent
ly mistaken for a clergyman.
Editor B. F. Pride, of Susquehanna,
the burgess of his town. Is planning to
take in the Republican national con
vention to help whoop It up for Quay.
Editor W. J. Pike, of the Hallstead
Herald, being secretary to our own Ga
lusha A. Crow in Washington, does
much writing for his paper at the cap
ital. As a long distance editor he Is an
Editor John M. Brown, of the Forest
City News, gets out an attractive pa
per. As soon as the modern Canaan
ltes strike silver he will Join the long
Editor More, of the Great Bend Plain
Dealer, was a relative of the late Jay
Gould Brer More wrote to Jay In
forming him of the fact. The Wizard
at once replied, ' Glad to hear it; what
do you desire?" "Nothing," wired More.
"I will see that you have it I am giving
that to all of my relatives," was the
Wizard's response. Since that Brer
More has written a fine history of the
More family. In which the Goulds are
given an extended space. And the
Gould family have remembered the au
thor In a very substantial manner.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM. .
Three Mormons, who are lecturing
hereabouts, last week visited the old
Kane hornet t ai, two miles west of this
town, in which Joseph Smith, jr., and
Harris and Cowdery translated the
"Golden Book," or Book of Mormon.
Three years since Joseph bmlth, son of
Joseph. Jr., visited the same historic
spot Joseph Smith la the head of the
Church of the Latter Day Saints.
Moody Relief corps, G. A. R.. has pre
sented the schools of Susquehanna and
vicinity with large copies of the Decla
ration of Independence suitable for
A Susquehanna county man has been
a widower three times and a grass
widower twice, and yet he Is willing to
make an affidavit that marriage Is not
Charles Walker and Lizzie, his wife,
of Lenox, have been taken to the East
ern penltentlaryfor borrowing their
neighbors' goods when they were not
at home. They stole together, and n
Jail they are not divided. Whitney.
NEIGHBORS DONATE SKIN.
Man Durnsd in a Kansas Prairie Fire
Borrows 637 Patent.
Topeka, Kan., April 28. Topeka phy
sicians have just been notified of a
most remarkable case of skin grafting
in Kingman county. Several weeks
ago J. H. Light was severely burned on
the hands and face in a prairie fire.
Physicians despaired of his life, and as
the only hose the amputation of both
arms was agreed upon. Dr. Buck per
snuded the family to prevent amputa
tion and try skin grafting. The phy
sician consumed two days In the prep
oration of the Invalid's hands and face.
Eight citizens agreed to contribute
the grafts. Rev. Mr. Hendershat furn
ished 200 pieces of skin from his arms,
another 150, another 100 and five others
contributed a total of more than 200
grafts, In all 637, which were placed on
the atlllcted parts. Reports received
here today say Mr. Light will soon be
out, and that the pieces of grafted skin
are uniting together nicely.
BABIES STOLEN IN REVENGE.
Twins Kidnaped at Midnight by a Former
Sweetheart of the Father.
Eliot, Wis., April 28. Revenge for
slighted affections led to the abduction
on Saturday night of the twin baby
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Asher, and It
is not known whether they are dead or
merely concealed. The abductor is a
woman, Miss Amot, who was at one
time engaged to be married to Asher,
His marriage to another woman unset
tled her mind.
Hearing that Mr. Asher was to be
away on Saturday night, Miss Amot
broke into the house through a window,
and, going to Mrs, A.sher's bedside,
abused her, and threatened her with a
revolver, coding by taking the babies
from their mother's side. It was day
light before Mrs. Asher recovered suf
ficiently to give the alarm, and an act
ive search was at once begun. Miss
Amot admitted taking the children for
revenge. To one person she said she
killed them, but to Mr. Asher she said
she had merely hidden them, and would
return them for $300,
TRYING TO SAVE HOLMES.
Another Effort Will lie Mado to Prcsorve
a Worthless Nock.
Philadelphia, April 28. Lawyer Bul
lock, of Indianapolis, who Is In this city
In the Interest of H. H. Holmes, the
convicted murderer of Benjamin F.
Pltezel, and -who is sentenced to be
hanged on May 7, today admitted that
a reprieve would be applied for. One
of the principal reasons, the attorney
said, for asking for the reprieve, 1b that
Holmes has become tired of standing
alone In punishment for his crimes, and
that if the governor Could be induced to
grant him a brief respite, he would
divulge the names of several men who
aided him in the killing of as many
Mr. Bullock refused to mention the
name of any one who is pqnnlly pnilty
with Holmes and he rather mysterious
ly Intimated that the end of the Hatch
story was about to be reached.
REGRETS SHE IS DIVORCED.
Massachusetts Woman Wants a Shore In
Her Former Husband's Wealth. '
Indianapolis, April 28. Marshall D.
Dickson, at Lebanon, this state, in 1872,
obtained a divorce from his wife. Julia
A. Dickson, after which he removed to
Amherst, Mass., where his divorced
wife continued to live. Recently he fell
heir to 3100,000. and the divorced wife.
who has tacitly acquiesced In the sepa
ration all these years, has brought suit
In Massachusetts for divorce and $23,
She claims that the Indiana divorce
was obtained without her knowledge
or consent. Today a record was made
of the case at Lebanon for use in Mas
sachusetts. Had a General Idea.
"My caw's goln' Into the chicken ralsm'
business," said Johnny. "He's goln.' down
town tomorrow to buy an Incubus, or an
Indicator, I forget which you call It."
IHE ANNUAL MF.ET1NH OP THE LOT.
A, bolder of the Cemetery Association nf
Dunmore, will be held at their ofttco on the
grounus, on wav 1st, ixwi, at a o clock p. m
(or th election of two trustee, to serve for
three years, and the transaction of sunn other
Duunres at may come neroro the meetihe.
HENBY BEYKA. f-eorftary,
Redemption of Bonds.
Orrics or Simpion 4t Watkixs, i .
St'BASTOB. Pa. April U. 1806. f -XTOTICE
IS HEBKBY QlVKlt THAT IN
i .a-eordanoe with the p-orlnlona of the
raortKuna of The Babvlon Coal Company to
a nw ccranion navinva oanc mma rrnst uum
Dur. trunte. the bnade of the ad 1 nnul anm.
psny numbered II. 18. OX 04 anWi, hve been
fleaicnatefl by lot tun day for redemption and
will be redeime I at par ant internet noon
presentation at The Bcranton Having Bank
aid Trust Company. The intereat 4waa on
iue auovxinrnurreq roan on Mtv let, inm.
IHlt BABYLON COAL COMPANY.
By G 0. Siurics, Trarr.
u for u.
There Are Theassads Whe Need Hetf-Why
They Sailer- Hew They Caa
Oh! what misery, what suffering,
what anxiety and despair is endured
by thousands of poor suffering women.
They are women with pale faces, tired
eyes and drawn, weary looks,, who feel
sickly and worn out Their lives are
darkened and they feel blue and de
pressed because they are troubled with
some - female eotnplalnt which gives
them no rest. They suffer silently, pa
tiently, and too often they keep on suf
fering. There seems to be no relief! Day af
ter day, they are, tortured with. head
aches, pains in the limbs, bearing down
pains pains everywhere. They suffer
from dizziness, faintness, disordered
stomach, nervousness, moodiness. They
seem to be afflicted with almost every
disease that was ever known. No won
der that such women cry for help and
ask despairingly, "Is there nothing I
can take to get rid of these awful feel
ings?" This Is a sad picture, but it Is true to
life! It reveals the actual condition of
the vast number of women In whom
the course of nature becomes inter
rupted. They suffer and they get no re
lief.. Rut If women only knew It, they
might easily And help. There is a way
to prevent and cure these distressing
ailments. Many women have discov
ered that there Is a remedy which will
cure them. It Is a remedy that has
made thousands of weak, suffering wo
men strong, healthy and well. This is
what one woman has to say about it:
Mrs. Isabel Green, of Colchester,
Conn,, recently raid: "For year I suf
fered with ba?k-ache, bearing down
pains and various other aliments pecu
liar to womankind and tried many rem
edies, but until I took Warner s safe
cure I received no permanent relief. As
the result of taking the safe cure, I
now feel like a new woman and have
not had an ache or a pain for two years
past. I cheerfully recommend this
remedy to every woman who suffers as
No woman can afford to be without
this valuable remedy. By using It,
she can safely avoid every form of sick
ness and and suffering. No other rem
edy equals It for building up the sys
tem and restoring lout health.
Every druggist keeps Warner s sufo
cure. Cllve it a trial!
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
18 MADE. NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS. WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREE.
Help Wantad Mat.
DBUtt CLERK DDHESS Oil APPLY U
1). P., 414 Cedar avenue, Bcranton, Pa.
WANTED - REPRESENTATIVES FOR
Bcranton and vlulnitv fo. mi old con
servative Life Insurance Co.: inula all the
modern policies; must have laro acquaint
ance: expuriencs not neceaaurv: future to the
. V- . ... , , . ,1 1,. i , ,a ,1
riant rinv nAnauoj, wit x iftumuivu m
WANTED AN ACFNT IN EVERY SEO
tion locanvata; t4.00to$-V0oa day made;
sells at tiirbt; also a man to S'-ll Staple Woods
. Jl 1 . V . J .1 - 1 . a-, tut - . 1. . I
ary or large rommlaaion made; experience
nnneeesiaiy. Clifton Soap and Manufactir-
lu Co.. Cincinnati, O.
ANTED - WELL-KNOWN If AN IN
ever? town to solicit etock snbsoriD-
tfons; a monopoly: big money for axenu; no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH 4 CO,
Boruen woe, loiaago. w.
Helo Wanted Females.
I If ANTED AT ONCEAN ELDERLY
fV ladv aa cook at French restaurant: no
one bnt experienced cook need apply. CBAL.
NEILUEN, Honeulnle. Pa.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL
homework: no small ctiildren. Call at
743 Quincy avenue.
WANTED - SERVANT GIRL; COMPE-
tent, reliable, for general housework.
ANTED-. WORK FOR MEN AND
women, we nav ft to 112 ner week for
easy home work. No scheme, books or pod-
dims; eim stamp tor worn una particular.
THE SEYMOUR SUPPLY CO., Masouio
Temple. Camden, N. J.
IADIE8-I MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
J plratant home work, aud will gladly send
full particulars to nil Kendimr 3 cent xtatup.
MIH M. A. STEISBINS, Lawrenco, Mich.
WANTED LADY AOFNT IN SCRAN
toll to sell and introduce Snyder's oak
icing: experienced oanva9er preferred; work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
particulars at once and get benefit of holiday
trade. T II. HNYDER & CO . C inclmntl. O
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENER
pet o saleswomen to reprea-nt us.
Onaranteed Sii a day without interfering with
other duties. Healthful onnupatiou. Write
for particulars, Inclosing (tamp, Mango Chem
ical Cunipuuy. No. 72 John street. New York.
IflQ DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTf Oxf
IU7 Summit Park, and Annex Plot, at
Clark' tumuilt, for tale: prices 140 to $75
each; every lot a bargain. R. S. ALWORTH,
Attorney, Commonwealth Building.
F'OR SALE DESIRABLE I OT ON JEP
faraoii avenue. P. W. STOKES, Attor-ney-at-Law,
13tf Wyoming avenue,
IPOB SALE - MY CO'llAUE AT ILU
1 burst and the four lots on which it
stands: also the fonr lots adjoining: most da.
elrablo location in Elmburet; prices reasons.
bio: forms eusv: toye8f!on given nt otico. R.
P. KINGSBURY. Commonwealth Building,
IOR SALE-TWO HORSES, 3 BUTCHER
' wagoua, Sbuggles, 1 sb-lgh, hnriiesMS and
nil of butcher' outfit; alxo uie-t mrkrt for
rrnt; Doing out of businoss; must 1m sold by
April 1st. Inquire oil E KCUULLER,
Blakoly street. Dunmora
UOB SALE-HOUSE AND LOT AT COR
A1 ner of Meade and Burke utrof t. AH mod
ern improvements on premises. MRS. AN IE
STEWART, Dunmore, Pa.
FOUR HOOML. 72S Olive street arranged
for btht hoisokeoping; newly painted
ITtOR RENT-HOUSES ON IGHTH B,
O'Dveuien' and central. Apply to J. B.
WA'l SON. First ' ntionnl Bank, or A. D.
DEAN, WH N. Washiugton aveuue.
FOR RENT PRESBYTERIAN MANSE,
furnished, 'fcunaet avenue, Birth Park,
with barn; apply on premises.
X)R BENT-8-ROOJI HOUSE AND BiRN;
nice yard, corner VonStorob and Marion.
OR BENT-HALF OF DOUBLE HOUSE:
modern imnrovements: rent renmiuahle:
rot ner of Pine and Biakely streets, Dunmore.
IWR RENT-ROoMH NOW OCCUPIED BY
tho Traders' National Bunk: possession
given about May I. by F. L. PHILLIPS,
CtishiT Triirters' National Bank.
I7OR REM T TEN-ROOM
r modern convenience.
Inquire ut liSi
1?OR RENT-ON E HALF DOUB LE HOUSE
15 Quinry a veri u-. Rent reasonable
Opposite aloses Taylor Hospital.
Fob rent nicek furnished hall
suitable for lodge room. JOHN JEK
' MYN. II Wyoming ovenu. -
Horses ;et Ruction.
FOR BALE SATURDAY, MAY g,- AT
Clark's Snmmlt, twenty five Penuiylva
tils horse, among them being somo good
work team and good work drivers, lso' iie
team of Shetland poniKe, a few wagon', bug
gin and harness. Term of sal mode known
oa premier. Ms hoi In at 10 a. m.
,U. 8. HANDtUCK, Clark s Summit.
DUST AND MOTH-PROOF BIG
... ' -t
FOR PROTECTION AGAINST AHD DUST.
Does away 'vVith Pine Tar, Camphor, Tar Balls and all
other disagreeable smelling drugs. Garments positively free
from odor when taken out for use. Gall and see them.
WANTED SALESMAN; SALARY FHM
(tart; permanent place. BROWN
BROS. CO., Nurserymen. Rooneater, N. Y.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL CIGARS;
$7 per month salary and expenses paid.
Address, with two-cent stamp, FIGARO CI
OAK CO, CBicaao.
AGENTB TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
told, silver, nickel and copper electro
platers; price from 11 upward; salary and
peneea paid; ontntfree. Address, with stamp,
MICHIGAN MFG CO., Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
S0 weekly and expenses; experience un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG. CO., at
Van Buren at., Chios go.
SALESMAN TO CARRY VIDE LINE; 2
per cent, commission; sample book
mailed free. Address U N. CO.. citation L,
AT ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new lightning- selling table cloth.mos
quito and house, fly liquid at 10 cent and 2S
rents a bo tle. Samplo free. BOLGIANU
M'F'G Co., Baltimore, lid.
AGENTS HINDK'S PATENT UNIVER.
sal Hair Curlers and Wavers (used with
out heat), and "Pyr Polnted"Hoir Pins. Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 46a. New York.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
ONE OR TWO FURNISHED ROOMS TO
1st, with ass of bath; also barn rant
cheap. 822 Monroe avenue, city;
1 BURNISHED ROOMS, WITIIUBEOFGAS.
hot and mid bath, sitting and reading
rooms. 215 Lackawanna nvenne.
IH.aon WILL BUY NEW DOUBLE
house, (corner lot), (Julncy aveuue;
this urotjertv must be sold.
U. H. BOLGATE, Commonwealth BTd'g.
TALLIE MORGAN HAS PLACED IN MY
bunas for sale his house in Ore n Rldgs,
1721 Penn avenue. North Park; eight rooms
and batn, large cellar and furnace; lot 1)8x10,
$3,41(1; a decided barrain: part payment. I'al
anc on time. CHARLES L. HAW LEY.
Dissolution of Corporation.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAYCONCERN TAKE
notice, that the Silver Creek Mining
Company, an incorporation of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, formed for the pur
pose of mining and quarrying coal, preparing
the same for market and selling the same, will
present it petition to the jud -ee of the Court
of Common Plea of Lackawanna countv. Pa.,
on the JHh day of May, 196, praying tbeeatd
court to make and enter a decree for the die
solution bf sld corporation, a authorised by
Act of Assembly in such cases made and pro
vided. WATSON DIEHIj,
Solicitor of the Silver Creek Mining Co.
"rpHK SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
A yon want this relic. Contain all nr
Frank Leslie' famous old War Pictureashow
ing the forces In actual battle, sketched on the
pot. Two volume, 2.0UU pictures. Sold on
easy monthly payments. Delivered by ex
press complete, all charge prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY. 022 Adams Ave., Seranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
zines, etc., bound or rebound at Taa
Thiuuns otUco. Uulck work, tteasonabla
MADAME AUBREY, GREATEST LIVING
clairvoyant in the world; tells past,
present and future, MM Adam avenue.
AniRSI Chichester1! English Pennyroyil Mb)
(I)l,RHn4 fraud), ai
Tfe., fts elh.r. S.n.1
iiiimftiM iirinui. lira ini vh. "
nil -., bis in ps, I'M iMrtlciitar,, " tUlirC
for Lull,." in Limn
ROEBLIXG'S CELEBRATED T AN 8Y AND
Pennyroyal Pills; imported; absolutely
safe; harmless; superior to all others: never
nils, anv stave; thousands nf happy ladies: II
bvmail." Sold only by BuTANIt AL SPECI
FIC CO.. 114 Fifth Avenue, New York.
1st Mortgage 5 Per Ct. Gold Bonds
Dated April i, 1806; Due April 1, 1916. Prin
cipal and Interest Payable in tiold Coin. New
York Security and Trust Company, N. Y.,
Trustee. Exempt from Tax In Pennsylvania.
The above bonds are s-cured by mort
gago upon the entire property now owned
or hereafter acquired by the Spring Brook
WaterSupply company, compil.-lng twtnty
three constituent companies covering the
eniirmiivtrli't from and including tho south
ern portion cf Seranton. Pa., to Nanticoke
on the east skib ot ine ousqucnunna. river,
ami T'lvmnuth on the west side. The com
pany supplies water to a population of
over 200,000 Inhabitants, including the city
Of Wllkeg-narre anu a porwuu ui ine cny
of Bcrnnton, anil Includes every water
f-nmttiinv in the district. The net earnlnxs
are largely In excess of all charges and In-
The directors of the company are as
HOX. L. A. WATRF.3. President.
Ex-Lt.-Qov. of Pennsylvania, Seranton,
T. H. WATKINS. Secretary, Seranton, Pn.
ROBERT C. ADAMS, Treasurer, Seran
TION. I.. AMERMAN, Soranton, Pa.
C. D. SIMPSON. Boranton, Pa.
W. V. HALLSTEAD.
Oen. Manager. D., L. 4 W. R. R. Co.,
Q .i wi nfnn Ra
HON. MORGAN B. WILLIAMS, Wllkes-
john Wells hollenback, wiikes.
3. ROGERS MAXWELL.
President, C. Ft. R. of N. J., New York.
GEORGE P. BAKER,
President, First National Bank N. Y
SAML'KL T. PETERS, New Tork.
hi nrnn n
III, llbllll u UVm
41 WALL STREET, HEW YORK.' '
421 CHESTNUT STRIiT, PH1LI., PI
I0M94 UCU ML, COR. IDUS.
SITUATION WANTED AS BUTCHER BT
oue wbuthorouahlr understands tne meat
business) can tnak himself useful around any
business: with references. U. MORGAN, la
ANTED SITUATION BY MAN WHO
nnderstand farminc srardenina ana
care of horses; speaks French. Engliah and
German. KMIL BCHAFFEB, SIS Lackawan
na avenue, bcranton.
SITUATION WANTED-AS BUTCHER:
o thorourhlr exnerianned and with food
reference; would not objeot to assist In any
other department in a store. Apply J. W.
miriutt, nooert avenue, rroviaeuo.
V ANTED BY A VOUNO MAN, SITU Al
, . tion as a era in eiotnine-. irrocerT or
general (tore: several year' expeiienoe; ref
erence. Address D. J. PRICK. SSI Hyde
ran avenue, city.
SITUATION WANTED AS 8 EWER IN
tailor establishment. Addrea 10 Cedar
SITUATION WAN I ED -BY AN OLD
country gardener: nltv or country; sin
gle man. Adlroas M'MULLEN, Tribune
office ofhoe, Seranton.
MARRIED MAN WANTS SITUATION A8
teamster or any kind of work; can (peak
Merman; ean give good refereuo. Asa res
2U Hyde Park arena.
SITUATION WANTED-BY H1DDLB AGE
ladv aa hotuekeeiMr. nurae tm aewln. C
M Tribune office. .. ,,
C1TUATION WANTED-BY YOUNO MAN.
V .ail tl lek u ... ... KL.Bm
irood MfMvaoe. AtldrtMt R. J. P., TrlbUM.
Schedule In effect May 19, 1805.
Trains Leave Wllkes-Barreat Follows
7.25 a. m., week days, for Sunbory
Harrlsburf, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts,
burg and ths West.
10.15 a m., week days, for. Huleton.
Potttville, Reaflina;, Norristbwn
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington, and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.17 p. m., wsek days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Phlladolrthia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the Wast.
4.40 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Hilladalphls,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burn and ths West.
6.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pass. Agent.
8. M. PREVOST. Ueneral Manager.
Central Railroad ot New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used xo!us!vely, insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
-TIME TABLE IN EXPECT M(3H. IS, UM,
Trains leave Bcranton for Pittaton.
Wllhe-Barre. eto at 120. 1.15. ll.M a. m '
12.16, !i.0U, li.Ua. b.UU, 7.10 p. m. nday. 00
a. m., 1.00, !!.li, J.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a. tn.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
8.20 (express) a. m.. 12.45 (exprtws with Buf
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express p. m. Bun
day, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving u.45 p. m,
arrives at Philadelphia, Bonding Term
inal, 5.22 p. m. and New York 8.011 p. m.
For Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethle
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 3.20 a. m
12.45, 3.05. 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. ni!
Sunday, 2.1e p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean drove, etc.. at
8.20 a. m.. 12.45 p. m.
For Reading. Lebanon and Harriiburs.
via Allentown, 1.20 a. m., U.45. 5.00 p. m
Sunday, 2.15 p. m. "
For Pottsvllln, 3.20 a., 12.48 p. tn.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street. North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10, 1.30, 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. BundHy, 4.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal.
.00 a. m., too and 4.30 p. m. Sunday 6.27
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rate may be had cn application In ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN.
Oen. Pass. Agent.
J. H. OLHAUBEN, Oen. Supt.
tfjtTrtsMI, July m, an trains will
B m WUt9 arrive at new Lacks.
rf M a wanna avenue station
f- Train will leave Reran.
ton tatlon for Vr?"?0?'' s" ln,fr,m:
dlate points at J.20. aA.MJj 8.:B .and 10.19
a. m 12.00, VX. 3.55, t-lu. 3-iS. 7.23. 3.10 and
For Farvlew, Waymart and Honesdale
at 1 00. 3.35 and lt.lv a. m., 12.00. 1.30 and 5.18
9'tt Albany. Saratoga, the Adlrondacks
and Montreal at S.4S a. m. and 1.20 p. m.
For vv iiub.-1.! "5 iiiwi iuvaicsi
point at 7.45. 8.45. V.ilS and 10.45 a. m., 13.05,
1.20. 2.3. 4.00. 5.10. 106. 116 and 11.33 p. ni
Trains will arrive at Soranton station
from Carbondale snd Intermediate points
at 7.40, 8.40. 134 and 1040 a. m., 12.00, 1.1.
8.34, 140. 4.54, 6.55. 7.45, 111 and 11.83 p. m.
From Honesdale, Waymart and Far.
view at 134 a. m.. 12.00. 1.17. 140. 8.5 and
T.16 p. ai.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, eta.
Frem WUkes-Bsrre snd tntermedlafe
rolnts at lit, 3.04, 10.OS end 11.68 a. ra.. l.)T
a is. 110, Km. 7 jo. in and ilu p. m.
Male Over Mattresses, ' "
Male 'and Repair Sprii3i! ?
Sell Iron Beds, ' w
Male Fine Mattresses.
Train leaves Seranton far PtiHaAatnHI
and New York via D. H. R. R. at 1.4
tm.tlt.05, 1.20, 1st and 11.31 p. m.. vis D.,
W. too, lot, Ua,x,aaaUf
Leave Bcranton for Pltttton and Wilkes.
V.? W' a U M
a. m (.to, lor. s.u p. m.
..keave Seranton for Whits Harts, Ha.
ileton, Pottevllls and all points on the
"yer Meadow and PottsvUl branches,
Da H. R. R, a 7.45 a. m., UOi, l ,
a 2' p. m., via D. L.. 4 W. R, R. 4.00,
S.0J, li.jo a. m.. l.so. 3.40 p. m.
t ?,v Bcranton for Bethlehem. Saiton,
Reading. Harrlsburg and all Intermediate
M01. lf D. H. R. R. 7.45 a, m.. IKS,
V?'J'-2l,i J- ".. via D L. VT.
K R., too, 8.48, 11.80 a. m 1.3V p. ni
Leave Scrantoa for Tunkhannock, To.
wanda, Elmira, Ithaca. Geneva and all
Jf'S1!?1 MntB via D H. R. B.. Hi
t R" M a. m., 1.10 p. in.
Leave Seranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
iSSS" u" Detroit. Chicago and all
P.'!?1! ,w,?.t via D eV H. R. JL, 145 a, m.,
1138 n. m.. via D.. C W. A R.
u ntut'B Junction, 103, 165 a. aa., L30,
nlrs and C west via 8alamanca,
D. 4) H. R R., 8.48 a. m. 1106 p. m..
p., L. W. R. R.. 108, 156 a aC, 130,
5.,cara on all trains between L," B.
Vttf&'i Sr Wllkee-Barre an HeiP wk..
Adelpala,. Bwftale. pad , Buepaneiea
TIOLmjfr. 'WILBUR, Oen' Supt.1
i-aaa. Ji., south Btninn). rs.
Cel., Lack, and Western. :
Effect Monday, April 20, 18(6.
Trains leave Seranton a follows: Ex
press for New York and all point East,
1.40, 8,50. 6.16, 8.0O ahd 166 a. in.; 1.18 and
8.34 p. m.
Express for Eaaton, Trenton, Philadel
phia and the South, 6.15,8.00 and 155 a. m.;
1.16 and 3.34 p. m.
Washington and way station, 4.00 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 110 p. m.
Express for Binghamton, Oswego, El
mira, Corning, Bath, Dansville, Mount
Morris and HulTalo, 12.20, 2.35 a. m., and
1.21 p. m., making close connections at
Buffalo to all points in th West, North
went and Southwest. , t
Bath accommodation, 9.15 a. m.
Binghamton and way station, 12.87 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 4.00 and 1.10
Binghamton and Elmira express 156 p. m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oawego,
Utlca and ttlchtleld Springs, 2.35 a. m aud
1.21 p. m.
Ithaca 2.33 and Bath 115 a, m. and 1.H
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wilkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
ville, making close connection at North
umbrian and Wllllamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate t
tlon 6.00, 9.56 a. m. and 1.30 and 6.00 p. m.
Nanticoke and intermediate stations.
8 08 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations, 8.40 and 8.52 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express train. ....
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, 323 Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket ofllce.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 18, 1S30.
Trains leave Seranton for New York
and intermediate points on the Erie rail
road, also for Honesdale, Hawley nnd
local points at 8.35 a. m. and 3.28 p. m. and
arrive at Seranton from above points at
123 a. m. and 3.57 p. m.
In Eltect September 8a, UM3js
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