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TUB SCIMNTON THIBIJNE-TUESD AY MORNING. JULY 7, 1890.
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
SSJ I L-l! IV! SI
4f3 LACKAWANNA AYE
Otir Store is Crow led
Vitk Bright and Apprj ic ivc Women.
We Are Offering
At Ridiculous Prices
l ine trimnipil Hats li tlw
newest aty'.es. trimmed
wttli best iimterials, that
ware $1 mm 9", to o lit ..
$1. SOuud ti.00
Orr finest imported Model
Hais. the very besr. mn
imiulsinil tho must sty
lUli Hals of the of a in.
were $9.00 and 5 10.0 J. In ro
at $J.oo and $4.oo
All tlie newest fhls seas-m's
shapes l'l finest straws
slid braids, prtoes wers
SI. A S'oOand S'."X all to
no At Sae
All the S'-O) and Sl.fM fine
Straws lu newest shapes
to IfO at 25c
White Hernina short-hark
tallors.lieat quality, wo rtli
T. O., tn ko at 5C
Lcshoru Huts, bent quality,
worth Sl.Otl, I.S5 Hiid 1.60.
to gout 33. . Ic
TRIMMED SAILORS. I TRimWEO
In B.innet Straw, Knox
shape, leather onrnt. rib
ben trinimflil.w.ire 60c anil
70c, all to g'i at 20c
That were 51.50 and 2.00. In
lino Milan uiil Sntn
Straw, to go at g8t:ea:h
Fine Panama . Trimmed
Sailors, niifst split straw
Sailors in swehest shnros,
wers $i.W anil $1.00, to
Finest quality, woro
and $1.2. all to c at
A SLASH AT SHSRT WAIST
We're Closing 'out tho balanse of
nu!c! we've marked them
kt iSc Tnks y-.ur pick of new ami stylish. Shirt
. .. . ..... yu. ....I J. 1 QI
each Vulflts. that were Sl.Cu and S1.8J
New Store, F413 Lackawsnm Avenue.
GOLD MEN WILL FIGHT
Concludod from Page 1.
thon nti imw, mrmlif-ra of the Drmo
cratlc nntlonal coininittoe, Mr. Thomas
nnil I lnliipiiil Khb" by Hide tn sicuro
the nomination as toinpomiy chairmnn
as the cniiynthm wan uboiit to as-pi-nilile
of the lion. William C. (hvens.
of Kentucky. lr. Owi ns was oppoyod
to the linniination of tin- man who
ns ilovflopnii'iUH al't''ivaii!s provoil,
was tho fhoii:.' of it n ovi rwlii'lnilnK ma
jority of that convention. Wo were
successful then, ns 1 remember, by
I '.'-.t .. . . l
mm . mm
about the Fame vol" us thnt by which
the convention today has determined
to recommend the selection of the sen
ator from New York. Hut. ns I also
remember, there was on thnt occasion
no Democrat m disloyal to the only ex
isting national Democratic organiza
tion as to even slickest to the conven
tion us to n pudiate the pupRestioii and
overturn the decision of tin? national
Mr. ribei in was named as temporary
necretary of the convention ami Mr.
John I. Martin as seiReant at arms.
This completed the business of the
committee and at B.yO adjourned.
Mil. HILL INDIKPKIIKNT.
Mr. Hill received the news In his usu
al Impassive way. Oathered in the
room at the time were ex-Secretary
Whitney. ex-Covernor Flower, Smith
JI. Weed and others. All congratulated
the senator on his selection. Mr. Whit
ney and the other gentlemen hail been
waiting to hear from the national com
mittee on the teniporny chairmanship
question, of the announcement of the
result, left the senator's room. A I'nl
ted Press representative asked Mr. Hill
If he was satisfied with the result of
"Oh," said the Kenator with a shrug
Of his shoulders, " don't care anything
about It. It makes no difference to me
one way or the other."
"Did you prepare a speech as tempor
ary chairman?" was asked.
"Well now," said Mr. Hill, "I don't
think 1 will for divers reasons. What's
the use of preparing a speech, I may
not have a chance to deliver."
"Do you think the convention will re
fuse to accept the national committee's
"I don't know. It's hard to tell what
the onemy will do under the circum
stances. I am prepared for what may
be possible to happen."
' It Is a curious fact that at the last
Democratic convention held In this
tmmii city during that memorable all
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Is tho magnet that draws
them. This week tho bar
gains will bo greater thaD
That Ore it R'bboa
Saic Still Coaticu:3.
Kor U BIFt Taffeta
19c Hlblnu. in evary color.
ayurJ No. J. pure feilk.wortii
Tor all Silk. Satin nnd
Iqc i.rosOnilu Hiblioa.No
a yard ft', in all color?, worth
For r.ll Filk Pre'den
loc bnil Persian Ribbn.
ayarj newest designs, worth
Fo-liest quality No. (HI
asc Tuffela. Ribbon, Fcr
a yard sinn and Drr,dcn Rib
bon, in all colors, roj
iiliU price, Wo.
Snle ol Flowers
Fin Flow-rs. only this
8.-a.m' but goods.
tjc For lavs J bunches flro
Amcricaa Eauiy Rose s.
19c Fcrlnrg. banc?:; Hooi
Willi to. US-', wjrtlt
Ijc For Lira batviZins tine-t
Cl-ivr, l.vicf hunches i t
line Fi-unrb ilnwK, will)
I,:Irj 1, v.jrta &Je.
our SMri Wrists, and to do li
at quick selling prices.
At 9Sc Take your plrk of swell Linen ami
......I 1)..m.l.i V.'Ai.t.' .lint- '...., CI .1
vavii i crin.u 11 umli .uiii ...u. y
night BcsFbrn, which resulted in the
nomination of fi rover Clevelnnd, with
dauntless courage faced for over an
hour a hostile howling audience as the
irony of politics, he Is now antagon
ized. The method of proceeding tomorrow
will probably be iim follows: When
Chairman ilunlty calls the convention
to order ns the representative of the
national committee and recommends
the selection of Senator Kill for temp
orary chairman, a minority member nf
the national committee v. Ill offer a sub
stitute, naming Senator Daniel. I'n
der all forms of parliamentary la,.v a
substitute must llrnt be voted upon,
anil the onlv open question In this
ease seems to be whether or not Mr.
Harrity will recognize one of his sil
ver associates for the purpose of of
fering this substitute, the convention
not having been organized and no roll
of the delegates having been passed
The silver men claim thnt the chair
man's act in recommending a tempor
ary chairman for tin' approval of the
convention, Is an admission that the
convention Is qualified to act upon it.
If this be true in the one ense of the
substitute should Mr. Ilnrrity refuse
to put the motion for adoption of the
substitute some silver member of the
national committee on the platform will
put the question himself, and the Hist
skirmish between the gold and silver
factions will bu precipitated.
DEMOCRATIC CUBAN PLANK.
Is .Morn Dinplritic Than tho One
Adopted nt St. Louis.
Chicago, July B. The following Cuban
plank In In the hands of a dozen mem
bers of the committee on resolutions
who havo signified their approval of
it and tomorrow will be put to the full
convention for lncorpoiatin the plat
form. We extend our sympathy to the people
of Cuba In their heroi struggle against
the corrupt and cruel political system
which lias oppressed them and linpov r
Ished them, utid we look forward with
CATA'15 S. RP.IfJE.
confidence to tho day when that republic
shall take Its place among the nations of
the earth. The Spanish government Is no
longer capable of maintaining Its ntitnnr
Ity In the island of Cuba or of fulfilling
Its treaty obligations; the destruction of
American property on the Island, the re
pulsive Imprisonment of American sub
jects wlthoiie due process of law, the an
nihilation of American commerce, the fre
frequent alarms on or coast and the con
stantu menace to or peace, Imposp upon
the government the duty of restoring or
der In Ciibn. We therefore favor the
prompt Interposition of our government
and believe that a government satisfac
tory to Cuban people should be estab
lished us a guarantee of permanent peace.
It Is stronger than the plank adopted
at St. Louis, which only calls for the
friendly offices of the government.
SUICIDE ON HIS WIFE'S CRAVE.
Sad Ilnd of a Voting Southerner's
Dream or Love in the. North.
Terre Haute. Ind., July 6. J. A.
Parra, son of one of the foremost men
In the l'nlted States of Columbia, shot
himself dead on the grave of his wife
In this city yesterday afternoon. Tarra
came here six years ago to attend the
Polytechnic Institute. Tvo years ago
he wa.1 married to Miss Angle Ebel, of
this city. A month later she died.
At the church services Parra clung
to the casket until forcibly removed,
and at the cemetery tried to jump Into
the grave. - He has been afflicted with
brain trouble since and had decided to
return to South America.
ENGLISH TROCPS WILL GUARD.
rrincd Force Will Bo Sent to
Caracas, Venezuela, July 6. Great
P.rltaln, it Is reported from Demerara,
will send an armed force from Demeraar
to protect Knglish colonists on the
Yuruan and Cuyunl rivers in Guiana,
and to guard laborers In the construc
tion of the road to the headwaters of
the liarima and 1'aiama rivers, the
building of which was interrupted by
the arrest of Mr. Harrison, a Hritliih
Senor Fsequlcl Itojas, minister of for
eign affairs, Fabl that Venezuela will
lo nothing further l: relation to the de
tention of Mr. Harrison.
MAY BE A DUEL IN CUBA.
(cncral Joliiixnu Invited to a Qil ft
Wullt by a Spaniard.
Havana, Cuba, July C A report U
current that a retired Ulcer of the
Spanish army wrote an insulting let
ter to General I!radl"y Johnson, corres
pondent of a New York newspaper, In
viting him to take a walk with the
writer through the outskirts of Havana
In company with two friends
Th" cause of the expected me'-ting Is
on account of General Johnson's criti
cisms of things Spanish In Cuba.
THE BOMB EXPLODED.
A Dczen Persons Injured by the Attempt
of a Young Mnn lo Ffre Ofl a
Ilrndinp, Pa., July fi. A dozen per
sons were hurt here Pulay by the at
tempt of a young man to lire off a J.n-
auese bombshell. Intcnd of going up In i
the nlr. It" exploded n'.ir the ground, '
Fcnttering stones and nieces. i
The injured are Arthur I '.until, 12
years old, neck Injured; Harry Side!.-?, ;
2il years old, gash In forclnad; 1 hillp
Yertey, 17 years, abrasion r.f the right
ear; Ada Uhil, 16 years, abiafslon of the
forehead; Andrew Hollow, IS years,
neck bruised; George Clemns, IS years,
neck Injured, Charles Zlegler, 20 years,
right Ies au car and linger bruised;
Florentine Strauh, IS ycarj old, right
knee and leg Injured; Harry Trumbore,
IS years old, linger bruised; Fred Huff
man, 15 years old, right kneecap cut.
FIGHT MAY BE IN NEVADA.
San Francisco Spoils Looking lorn
San Francisco, July 6. .Many people
Interested In the management of pugll
islie contests are sending telegrams
over the country In search of an avail
able spot for the t'orbett-Shai key
match. Dan Stunrt'a Mexican conces
sion Is still held In reserve. Several
j local and i.astern sports have been
j canvassing the possibilities of securing
! a location in Nevada. I'nless some
thing uui'orscrn happe ns there will be
a conei rted effort to have the big mill
take place In Nevada.
The state and federal authorities,
however, may not rillsh the Idea nr.il
may defeat the aims of the Untie intiiu
siasts. G. Pi. Humphrey, L'nlted Slates
marshal of the District of Nevada, has
nlrtady expressed himself as being op
posed to the holding of any contests
contrary to the federal laws. As yet
the leading slate ol'iicl.ila iiavu nut ex
DAVID NEVER SAID SO.
Another t iiinpuign Lie Is Nailed by
Chicago, July C In reference to a
report published lliis morning In a Chi
cago paper, to the effect that Senator
Hill had declared that the New York
delegation would bolt the convention In
the event of the gold men from Michi
gan being unsealed, the senator today
"The story is absolute fake. I never
said or do I know whut action our dele
gates will take In the convention if the
silver men rule It to suit themselves."
PREDICTS YALE WILL LOSE.
London Sporting I'npcrs Tip the
I, candors to Win.
London, July B. In their Issues tomor
row, Bportlng Life and tin- Sportsman
will both predict that the l.eamler crew
will defeat the Yale eight in- the lirst trial
heat for the Grand Challenge cup. The
cessation of wind will greatly fuvor the
Leanders. If It nad kept blowing ns It
blew Saturday, the position of Yale on the
Hia ks side of the river would have been
worth three lengths.
London, July ".Five a. m. The weather
at this hour In London Is calm, but slight
ly cloudy, promising a hot, close duy.
Gompcrs .Makes Denial.
Chicago, July fi. Samuel (lompera.presl
dent of the American Federation of La
bor, requests the publication of the fol
lowing: "Chicago. July li. 1S'.. To the
Public: This morning's papers publish a
dispatch purporting lo have been sent by
mi- July 4, from Indiana polls to Herlah
Wllklns, i ndorsing the candidacy of John
Jl. McLean for the nomination for thP
presidency. I beg to say that the dis
patch Is n clumsy forgery, fabricated to
deceive, and Is a vicious attempt to lis.)
my name and posh ion In the labor move-
ment for n purpose foreign to the alms
mid methods of the American Vderatlon
of Labor. This is not written to preju
dice Mr. McLean's candidacy or to further
that of any other gciineinan, but is In tho
Interests of our cause, tho members an
devotees of which have n right to insist
that I, while In office, sli.-.ll In no way In
fluence the candidacy of any one."
Killed by Lightning.
Kaston, Pa., July . OeorL-e Miller, a ln-year-old
son of John Mlllir, a truck
farmer, of Chc.lmit Hill, near here, was
killed by lightning during a heavy thun
der storm this evening while standing un
der a cherry tree.
VV f ' k I "aTe a fceI'
HA I M '"aofwtiKbt in
I Lj'l the Ktr.iaach
JTAH' tI"--tin after
Sirs? it : . n.ll..
J. in of Wind
ivX onutin3ii i iiou i
N Watfrbra I
lleanliarn Had Taste in the iieuth,
in the Mornini; Palpitation cf the .
Heart, due to HI-tension of StomacIi
Cankered Mouth Oas in the Bnwfls j
Loss of Flesh Fickle Appetite '
Depressed, Irritable tradition of the
SI ind Uizzineis Headache Con- !
stipatioa or Diurrbita? Then you have '
. lo fie of Ha matir form. Tfir ene fwsttire j
' care lar cuisuiirt.tBtnscottiiMiii.'it u
,jvnvi jiyvir.vf.w vnvr;
by mall, prepaid, oo rcctlpt of zf, eeoti. (
ritil!I.R, ft.wT. IfntMl It-i.H-1 V I
."K.iijvk: i nn.-iTii i'.rtu4y ti.tia ily-
Ij.tf Aii r'. 1'alik-l iakcu aiMf
' uir:;:. have citli d In;."
I Acker Medicine Co., ll-iSChambfrjSt, X. T.
A Wonderful Medlcino
For Dlllona and Koroma dl3orders,uch an WIn4
and Pain in U:o Btomacli, Sick Headache, Glddl
8CB3, Fullneaa anil Bwolllnj after nioala, Dlzzl
coca end Drowsiness. Cold Chills, Flushings Of
Heat. Loss of Appetlto, Shortness of Breath, Cos
tlvoncr 3, Blotches on tho Skin, Disturbed Sleep,
Frightful Dronus, and all Korrous and Tremb
UugSeuBaUou9,o.,wton these eymptoina are)
caused by constipation, as most ot them are.
THE FIRST COSE WILL CiVE HEUZF IN TWENTY
UiMUTES. Thiols no fiction. Every suSoror 13
earnestly inTtted to try ono Ex cf tbeso rills
end tixcj Till bo ackaovrlodcod lo bo
ft W03DERFBL EOlOiE.
ESECIIAItl'S PI2.L3. taken asdlrocted,
ttIIi quickly rcstoro Females tocomplete health.
'She- promptly remove obstructlous or irresa
latiucs ot tho cj otoai. For a
they act Uko maslc a fctr doses will work won
ders upon tho Vital Organs; B'.rongthenlug ths
muscular system, restoring the long-lcut com
plosion, bringing back the koen edge ot appe
tite, and arousing with tho Kocchud of
Uealsb the whole physical cucry ot
the human frame. Tlieso are tacts admitted by
thousands, In all classes ot noclety, and one ot
tho beat guarantees to ths Uorveus and Dobllt
tatcd la that Scochniue'9 Pills Iiavo tho
liRTfent Sale of aay X'atcut Slodlctua
la tho XVorJJ.
WnHODT a RiVAL
Annual Sales mora than 6,000,000 Boxes
!.. at Prug Stores, or will bo sent by U.S.
Agents. B. F. ALLEN CO., 3C3 Canal St., No
Xork, po-t paid, noon rccolpt of pnee. Boole
trto open apUcatlon.
Heavy Storm nt Lancaster.
Lancaster. 'n., July II. A storm of un
precedented severity passed over northern
Lancaster county tbls evening, doing
enormous danaige. 1'lelds with washed
bare of win at and the streams were
transformed into torrents. Heavy wash
outs ore reported along the line of tho
Heading und Columbia railroad, and the
i veiling trnl'i Is not expected to get
through tonlijlit. The burn of John l!ad
orf," nortif of l.rtlznvas struelf by light
ning and destroyed, with the snuson's
wheat and hoy crops. The loss Is S1.0J0;
Insure 1. The house of Jo'iti Keyler, near
l'eiiuviHe, was ulso struck and partially
uest roy ed.
Death ol'-'rliuislcr Young.
Washington, July 6, Tho siate depart
ment received a telegram thin morning
announcing the death In New York of
Pierce M. Young, of Germany, United
States minister to Guatemala.
Luglish Capital for American Invest,
Important to Americana working F.ng
llfh capital for new enterprises. A list
containing tlie names and addresses of
".".0 successful promoters who have
placed over 100,000,000 sterling In for
eign Investments within the last sis
years, and over fis.noo.000 for the seven
months of lS'Ja. Price 5 or &!;", payable
by postal order to the London and I'nl
versal Hureau of Investors, 0. Cheap
fide, London, K C. Subscribers will
be entitled, by arrangement with the
directors to receive either personal or
U tters of Introduction to any of these
This list Is lirr-t class In. every re
spect, and tvery m.tn or firm whose
name appears therein may be depend
ed upon. For placing the following It
will bo found Invaluable Bonds or
Shares of Industrial, Commercial and
Financial Concerns, Mortgage loans,
Sale of Lands, Patents or Mines.
Directors SIR EDWARD C. HOPS,
HON. WALTER C. TICPYS,
CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFIC,
Wlien Baby was sicfc, wo gavo her Castorla,
When she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla,
When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorlc.
Xihuu sho bud Children, she gave thtsui Custorlx
WANTS OK ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAIH FOR IN AD
VANCE. WIUCN A HOOK ACCOUNT
18 MAl'K NO CHAliOR WILL HE LKrf3
THAN 25 CKNT3. THIS KPLK Al.
PLIRS TO SMALL WANT AI3.. KX
CKPT LOCAL SITI'ATIONS, WHICH
ARK INSERTED FREE.
ii i.lp yvanti:d-m A LICS.
TANTEP-INSTALLMENT MAN TO
VV coll-ct: nmst C 'Cie well reennminnded.
HRADL-rY ft FU'BNITUBE liOUSli, OJ3
Ponn av ruo.
V ,,,.,. . , ,m ,' ' V ml .
; d(, . ,, t ., t: nu0 ,. mal, tood Htntdo
OnotJs tc ilculern: h. Ft snle line Sn; a montn
salary or larte comniiflFion inado: experiiMico
unuco ary. f hftuu Soap and ilaaufactur
5 Jiit Co., Cincinnati, O.
1 ! V"ANTED WEI.L-KN'OYVN MAN IN
vj every town to i-olicit stock subscrip-
liorn; n mnroioij , i it meiify lor njf-ius: no
c.ipifil iwpiMiid. ED'W AKU C. FISH it CO.,
burden lllucl;, t'hienzo. III.
IIKL1' WANTKD FK.MALES.
7 ANTED - MIDDLE AOI'.D PHOTK.S
't t:mr wom.iti mr uur&i and honnoto'cpfr
In smnll fa-iii y. Virii houso; SJ Pr week.
Aialies. "I-;," 'l'ribane ollleo.
I ADIRS -1 A1AKK BIO WAtiES DOING
I J iden'T.iit liouifl wo- k. und w ill glndly r. nd
lull p.irt:ea!-ir lo id I sending 2 ont stamp,
A Jl. A. Si El BINS, Lawrence, Micb.
rANTED-LVJ.Y A OK NTS IN SCRAN
' V ton toso.l and int'-oduc. Snyder's enke
lelne: i xfTieticil ci.nv:iser rrofurreil: work
pcrnaneor si d very pri ntnll.. V'rltn for
) rfrticuinrs r.t erce n:d ret benefit of In.liilay
tiuc.e. T. C. SI.'YDEH CO., t'!ne:ntin;l, O.
.CA.VT' U HbVEDIATELY-TWO KSEll-
i gotie PiiliH'.vnntcn to rpresfliit in
Hnnraptep-I Jii a r.cy without ir.terlerrinif
with olhT '.ir?e Ilcr.Hlllill oerupation.
Write forpartbu;.irs. enelosiioj stnmp, Inn-xe
I h"micl C'un:p;uiy, Ho. li John Struct, Now
"'I'lIK SOLDIER IN OUB CIVIL WAR."
! Ymi want tills n lie. Contains nil of
Frank Leslie's fainfiU! old war pictures. show
mg tho foures in artua! btittle.siii'tehed on tho
tpet. Two veliimes, I'.fO'l pictnrus. Sold on
ei.sy uinr.thly pp.iucuis. Pclivored hr ex
i ri'ss e. mi lete. ell chprses prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY. (I2J AdiiTUs Ave., Wcran'oii. Pu.
LTNKL'KNISIIEU ROOMS. WITH USE OF
' m. lioPnnd colli batli, sitting find reail
irir rrmm. l!l. Lnckawnuu.. uvenue.
1 I UK.
FEN i ON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
rnol:.. ran be cunsnlteil tills week
only at -ill) K. ilaia avenue, Hyde Park.
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN.
LOT 130. 1 At 59a; fornisr prlcas
LOT NO. 2-At 75c; tar prices
Also our entire stock of finer Waists, including Dimities, Linen Batiste, etc.,
worth from $2.00 to $3.50, at about half price. Our line is chiefly composed of ihe famous
"Derby" brand, unequaled for style, fit and finish.
Will bo closed all day Saturday, July
Evening until 9 o'clock.
CONNOLLY a WALLACE,
I 'Oil Kl'MT DF.R1RABLK HOUSi:, OHEEIl
I Hiilre street; $10; pctwsslou Supt. 1st. in
qulro MM VosfciuMton avooiw.
T70R Ul-.N I'-KEONT AND THRKB COS.
V r.oetiug roo::., furnished oriuifnrnUhfd.
8 Aiainm HVeiiu, oppusito cvurt hou-e.
p.FFK'KS Foil I! K XT-TWO LAIU3B
) Aui'oi; from offices; hay vdudnws; city
strnm hrat; gas ntirl electric l'pht; olovator;
tenon d floor. PRUT. BUluDIXU.
lH'OR PENT HALF ( P UorilLK HOUSIC;
1 modern improvements; rem rm-oiiablo:
cornor of Pine e.r,d Blukoly streets. Pumuoro.
ITOU HALL A SILVKK -PLATED CONN
I double bell euphonium, nicely engraved
with trombone bill, pold lined: nearl new
and c it $'0: will soil ut n bargain. Address
tkl.W09lc.ta.Ji.-l OAYUHl, LaKaysvllle,
IXTt SALK OBRF.NT-HIX-KOOMEIJ COT
1 taye. Wvomirnj Camp Orouud; partly
furnisii.'d. "W. 11. HAZI.ETT. frcrauton.
T.Olt SALK -T5 OH SIC, At.KU SiXYKAHS.
I wciclit 1,000 pounds; cun be .ecu nt lil.l
Pilro s'.r. ot.
I'OR SALK MY t'OTTAWB AT ELM
J hurst mil tlio four lot., on which it
.tands; lo tho four lots adjoining: luost de
BTiil lo locution in Khehurst: prleos rcnnna.
b!o: Terms e:iH'.: pose.:on given at once. E,
P. Kl NCSBUKY, I'ouiniuawealth llulldlne,
Serunton. I n.
I!oti:l for ham:,
1TELL FUHMSHI'I) AND CENTRALLY
. located; firsl-"!ass bie;ri.'Bs: rousou.
for selling, w;int to retire from business. Ad
dress C. A. M.. Luck Lox in). Naatleoko, Pa.
HIJHTrn A SAIAK.T RLiUBLICAN IN
Vjsijlt.w"" every n-nnty wuo will work
for I'm a t.-eelt for two mouths und will earn
it. Ailarom. I'os 11W, I bilo. P. O.
WANTKD SALESMAN; SALARY KliO'd
titnrt: pormnnont phco HROWN
BROS, t U Nmnflrvuieu, Rorliestor. N. Y.
A Of NT WANTED TO SELL ClOAKS;
St.'i tor month: u:'.liry aud .xoaTiPt'S paid.
Address, with two-cent stump, 1 10 ALIO CI
UAH CO., ChicnB
OKNT8-TO 8ELL OUR PRACTICAL
j glod, silvMr. nicltel and copper electro
plasters; prices from S3 upward: salary aud
eicp.-irrsos pniii: outfit five, duress, with
stump. JlK'illOA.V UFO CO., thicsso.
AOENT8TO SELL010A2ST0 DEALF.RS;
-ji'n weclify a:v eziMtu.es: eTpnriouee uu
nocpss..ry. CONSOLlUATliD iii'ti CO.. 48
Van Huron St., Chuafro,
CALKS MAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; 25
O per cent, ronimission: sample boolt mailed
(roe, Addrois L. N. CO., ttatlou L, Mow
T ONCE AOHNTS APPOINTED TO
1. sell new liKiitnfns "Uinir tahle clqth,
mosquito und houo fly ilqnt l at 10 esnts and
20 cents a bottl -. ti.nijile iiee. UoLUlAMO
Jl'F'O CO.. li iltimore, Md.
AGK.'TS HIKHH'li PATENT UNIVER
fol Ils'.r Ci'rlerssnd Wsvrs (uwd with
nit heat), and "1-yr I'ouiteJ'" nalr Pins. Lib
eral comcniions. Fre sMnple sud full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 4-'.U, New York.
I man position ns coachmun. or to take
rare of hories. ran give 'opvt of referenci'S,
Address, WILLlAal UUTCIIINSON, csrj
Tribuno oflirc, city.
WANTED -I AM IN A POSITION TO DO
Fubstitntc work for any elurU wdio wish
to tske a vacation d urine tbe next four
months. Address V. D., Tribaue.
ClTCATION WANTED-BY A YOCNO
O luriy as boo!:ki iper i.r cimliicr: thorouttldy
understands brrfikk'-onintr. Best of r:ffroneos.
Adiireys, iOMPKT EKT..'1!3 rurnner nv.citr.
AYOUKO LADY DES1HS3 1 O OBTAIN
a prsitlon as bookkeeper, nssistant I ook
Iteeprr or t:y kind of ofllei work. Address,
HooKKEEI'KR AND 'iYPEW ftlTElt, Post
onlco, fSerantnn, Pa,
O ciiveil ot tho office of the Reeretary of
tho rVrauton Beurd of Control until l.'D
o'clock Monday evening. July 1.1, 1HIHJ. f.ir tne
erection slid c.iniplotion of a now twelve
room public twto'n bnllding to bo known as
No. 10. and to b.j loealod at tho corner of
Prosp jrt ve:iu and Beech street, in to 19th
want nf the i !ty of Scrniitou. In accerdnme
with plum and' specifications In the tiaiiils ut
E. II. Davis, srciiitccr, Cemun-nwealfh build
in;. Kersnton. Pa. The sum of S-iOU In cah or
certified chock ulisll be enclosetj with each
b'd, which sum sli ill bo forfeited t' the school
district In ca.a of refusal or oniisslnii on tho
part of th contractor who -n propo.snl slinll
bu accepted to rxecuto thn contract within 10
ibivs sfrer the awardm; of the H.-itne.
Tho Hoard resorvos tic riiit to riJ"et anv
or nil bins. Py order of tbu ricrauton Bjard
tl'OENE D. FELLOWS, Secretary.
b EALEDT.OlOSALS W-ILLiiK EE
ceirv.1 at tin oface of the Secretary of
tho hcranton Board of C. utrol until ,:;W
o'clock, Monday evenine, Julv M. Isf'tl. fr
schtKtl furniture, roiis;wtinir of single doks
and Beats, suitable tor properly euuippfn;. t.'ie
new hiuh bchojl Luildinb of tiio City of
All inds to bo for furniture delivered and
perl y set np, ready for nss iu tho school
Requirements sr.d entinin'ps will bo based
ou dirsks aud seat ; of 'be tollnwluirxtvles :
Com'oiuacon dtiMX, lining lid, with seat at
tached. pon box desk, with IndopomV tat Rest.
Lifting lid box dek, with independent seat.
Fxtra larfre lM'X desk, suitable for tho cjm-
All devksard seats tbnll bo provided with
east iron x'andards, ciihsr stn:lonary or ad
juMahle, mid to be securely fiiHleiitd to ti.e
tl.iors uk per pleas to be provided.
Woodwork of desks and scats to be of hard
wood, sdid tlirriithont nud well s.'sseuecl. all
to be prcperly fl led, varnlsl'ed and folished.
Keparste blifs will also be rec.'lvca at ths
ninii) tiiuo for fumWhinir and putritur in place
chairs for the .tuMniilily hall or auditorium in
areordiincQ with sroctfieatlon? on file in the
ofliee f I Keirretsry ot the Board.
Bidders nro reipiircd to furnish samples fur
rXHiniliutiou and inspection of all dusks bid
Tho sum of on" hundred dollars in cash or
rertifiod check shall b- enelos -d with esch
bid. which snm slinll he forfeited to the rVno'il
District In cee of rel uid or oirtisslon on the
part of the bidder whes propos.d sball be c
cepted to exivnte contra' t within ton days
Her th.i awardlni? the name.
Tho Ronrd re-ofecs tho rldit to reject any
or all bills.
By order of tho Scronton Beard of Control
EUCfENE It. IXLLOWU, B.creUMT.
75c and 85c.
$1.00 and $1.25
LOT NO. 3 At
LOT NO. 4 At
6Q24G4 UCaA. VL, COR. AOMS.
INSTATE OF MARYOOHE, LATE OF THE
lj city of Bcruuton, Lackawanna county,
Letters t'statnsntary upon thn above named
estate having been granted to the under
siuned, all liaisons having clalnis ur d.mands
H'uniit the said es'.nto will present thein for
p.iynient, sud tlecH indebted thereto will
plOMss make nn-neHiato payment to
T. T. AiopttAN, Executor. Scranton, Pa.
T1IOS. F. WELLS. Attorney.
'io whom rr may concern.
1 to trust my ifo llsclirl on my acoount as
I will not pay snv bilhicontr.vtod by her from
thisdnte. JDSUfU K. HAKNEY, Jr., 812 8.
W u.slilnr?toTi avenue,
f-crantou. Ps., July 8, 1S90.
A LL PARTIES WHO ARE INDEBTED TO
iV t nti Ktcnhon Outliuinz and Barbara
Outluinz (stale nro hereby notilled to make
payments iu psrt or wlolo within UOdnysor
8'CountN will he co'lccted aerordim: to law;
payments can bo tundest residnco, i24 Alder
street, from 7 to 8 p. m. : at furniture store,
01 j Collar nvunue, any timo dnrine duy.
C. h'lORR. Aldoitnan.
Schedule In tiffect May 19, 1805.
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barro as Follows
7.23 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 Hazlelon,
PotUvillc, Reading, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisbure;, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burR and the West.
3.17 p. m.f week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington und Pittsburg
and the West.
4.40 p. m., Sunday3 only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadebhia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the Vest.
6.00 p. m., week days, for Hazeton
J. R. WOOD, (ien'l Pass. Aftent.
S. ill, PRE VOST, General Manager.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, Juno 1. 1S90.
Trains leave Scr.mton as follows: Ex
press for New York and all points ICast,
1.-W. 2.f,o. u.10, 8.00 and 9.G6 a. m.; 1.10 and
3.3S p. m.
Express for Easlon, Trenton, Philadel
phia and the South, 5.15, 8.03 and 9.55 a. m.';
1.10 and 3.3S p. m.
Washington and wy stations, 4.00 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for flinirhnmton, Oswpko, Bl
mira. Corning, Hath, Dansvllle, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.0, 2.3f h. m and
X.'.i p. m., making close connections ut
Buffalo to U points in the West, North
west and Southwest.
Path accommodation, 9.13 a. m.
Hlr.s-hamton and way stations. 1.00 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 4.00 and 3.10
Hlnphamton mid Flmlra express B.&5 p.m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
Utlea and Richfield Springs, 2.35 a. m and
1.49 p. m.
Iihacu 2.D3 and Bath 9.15 a. m. and 1.49
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wllkes
Barre, 1'lymouth, tiloomsbura; and Dan
ville, making close connections nt North
umhorlauri for Willlsmsport, Jfrirri'itiurg,
Daltlmore. Washinitton and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, 6.(X. 9.53 n. m. nnd 1.E3 and 6.00 p. m.
Nanticoke and Intermediate stations,
R.0S and 11.3) a. m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations, 3.40 and $.17 p. m.
Pullman pr.rlnr and sleeping coaches on
all expreis tre.ins.
For detailed information, pocket time
tnhles, etc., nnply to M. L. Smith, city
ti'-ket oilire, Lackawnr.na avenue, or
depot ticket office.
Central l'ailroai! of New Jersey.
(Lehlr;h and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthrnclle coal used exclusively, Insur
ing cleatilinesa u;id enrnfort.
TIME TAHLE IN EFFECT .TI'NK 7,
Trulns leave Gcranton for Pittston.
Wlikes-Harre, efc, nt 8.20, 9.1.-, 11.30 a. m..
ia.45. 2.n S.tf., 5,ij). 7.1'i p. m. Sundaya S.ti),
u. ni., 1.C0, 2.!5, T. iO p. ni
For Mountain Park, 8.10, 11.30 a. m., !.),
!M, &.? p. m. Sundays, S.UU a. m., 1.U0
2.1S p. m.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 n. m.
For New York, Newark ami Elizabeth,
8.2" (express) a. m.. 12.45 (txpre.-'s with Buf
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express) p. m. Sun
day, 2.15 p. m. Train leuvirir 12.45 p. m.
arrives nt Philadelphia, Reading Term
itial, 6.22 p. m. and New York ti.CO p. in.
For Maurh Chunk, Allentown. Bethle
hem, Enston nnd 1'hllailelphln, 8.20 u. m..
12.45, a, 6 fi0 (escept Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Lons Branch, Ocean drove, etc., at
8.20 a. ni. (thtouah cnr). 12.45 p. m.
For Headin?, Lebanon and Harrisbunr,
via Allentown, S.iio n. m., 12.45 p. m., 0.00
p. m. Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Pottsviile, .2i1 11. m., 12.45 p. m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, nt 0.1" (express)
a. m., 1.10. 1..KI, 4.15 (express with Hun'et
parlor car) p. m. flunday, 4. SO 11. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Ker.rt:nr Terminal,
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.39 p. m. gimdny C.23
Through t'.ckefs to all points nt lowest
rates may he bad on o'lpllcptien In ad
vance to the ticket aient nt th-. stn'Ion.
H. P. BALDWIN.
Gn, Pass. AgL
J. 11. OLHAUSEN, Gen. Supt.
$1; former prices $1.25 and $1.50
$1.25; farmer prices $1.75 .end $2
4th Open Friday
Make Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring
Sell Iron Beds,
May 17, 1S96.
Train leaves Scran ton for -Philadelphia
nnd New York via D. ft H. It. H. at 6.15.
7.K a. m., 12.05, 1.20, 2.30 4.41 (Black Dia
mond Kxprcs3) und 11.38 p. m., via I)., L.
& W. H. K., COO. 8.08, 11.20 a. m., and l.K
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wllkes
Burre, via !:. L. & W. 1!. H.. 0.00, 8.08, 11.2J
a. m., 1.55. 3.40, 6.00, 8.47 p. ni.
Ltavo Scranton for White Haven, "Ha
zleton, Pottsviile and all points on tne
Beaver Meadow and Pottsviile branches,
via D. & II. K. R. nt 6.45. 7.45 u. m., 12.05,
1.20, 2.S0, 4.11 p. 111., via D U & W. R. U.
6.00, S.OS, 11.20 u. m 13.30. 1.55, 3.40 p. m.
Leuvo Se-anton for Bethlehem, Eaaton,
Reading, Harrisburg und all Intermediate
points, via D. & H. R. It., 6.45, 7.46 n. m.,
12.05, 1.20. 2.30, 4.41 (Black Diamond Ex
press), n.SS p. m.. via L L. ft W. R. R.,
6.0X1, 8.0., 11.20 a. m., 12.20, 1.55, 3.40 p. m.
Leave Scranton for TunUhunnock, To
waiida, Khnlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
intermediate points, via D. & II. R. R., 8.45
a. m 12.05, 1.20, 11.35 p. ni., via D L. & W.
K. H., 8.1. 9.55 a. m., 12.10 p. m.
Leave Scrnnton for Rochester, Buffalo,
NlaRara Falls, Detroit, Chicago nnd all
points west, via D. & It. IX. R., 8.45 a. ni.,
12.05, 1.20, 3.33 (Black Diamond Express),
9.50, 11.38 p. 111., via D., L. & W. R. R. and
Pittston Junction, 8.08. 0.55 a. m 12.20, 8.47
For Elmlra and the west, via fialnmalrcay
via D. & H. R. R.. 8.46 a. m., 12.05 p. m.,
via D., U & W. R. 11., 8.08, 9.55 a. m.. 12.20,
3.40 p. ni.
Pullman parlor and nleeplnft or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. & B.
Junction or Wllkes-Harre und New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and 'Suspension
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Pupt.
CHAS. S. LEE, Gen. P.-s. Aet., PllIa..Pa.
A. W. NONEMACHER, Asst. Gen.
Pass. Agt.. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton office, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
On Monday, May 18,
train will leave Scran
ton as follows:
For Carbondale 5.45,
7.53, 8.55. 10.16 a. m.;
12.00 noon: 1.21, 2.20, S.52,
5.25, 6.25, 7.57, 9.10, 10 30,
11.55 p. m. ,
For Albany, Saratoirn, Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc. 6.45 a. m. ;
"'For' Honcsdale 5.45, 8.55, 10.16 a. m., 12.00
noon; 2.20, 5.25 p. in.
For Wllkes-Barre 6.45, 7.45, 8.43. 9.38, 10.45
a. m.; 12.00, 1.20, 2.30, 8.33, 4.41, 6.00, 7.60, D.50,
11.38 p. m. .
For New York, Philadelphia, etc., via
Lehigh Valley railroad 0.45, 7.45 a. m.;
12.05, 2 20, 4.11 (with Black Diamond Ex
press) p. m.
For Pennsylvania railroad points .4a,
9.38 a. m.; 2.30, 4.41 p. m.
For western points, via Lehlph Vnlley
railroad 7.15 a. m.; 12.05. 3.S3 (with Black;
Diamond Express), 9.50, 11.S8 p. m.
Trains will arrive Scranton as follow:
From Cnrbondnlo and thP north 6.40,
7.40, 8.40, 9.34, 10.40 a. tn.; 12.00 noon; 1.05.
2.2", 3.25, 4.37. 5.45. 7.43. 9.45, 11.33 p. m.
From Wllkes-Knrre and tho south 6.40.
7.50, H.tn, 10.10. 11.55 a. m.; 1.16, 2.14, 3.48, 6.22,
6.21, 7.53. 9.03, 9.43, 11.52 p. m.
Eric and Wyoming Valley.
Effective June 22.
Trains leave Scranton for New Tark,
Newburnh nnd Intermediate points oa
Erie, also for Ilnwley nnd local points at
7.05 and 8.45 a. m. and 2.28 p. m., and ar
rive from ubove points at 11.18 a. m. and
3.1S and 8.3S p. m.
An additional train leaves Scranton for
Lske Ariel at 5.15 p. m.. returnltiK arrives
at Scranton at 7.42 p. m. and 8.16 a. m.
tn Kffcct June 41st, 18U6.
Is orili Buuud
K C(Tralas Pnlly. Kx- g ; &
!se I cent Miuday.) 1-3 15 '
ip ice u rrlvu iflave
'in-.. ti'.N V VrnnUlln Ht.
'Iid 20' 7 If' West Mtfeoti
in -s, rmi Weehawken
'! vlp h: Arrive Lave!
5 S'l 1 i.vuunccck Junction
fioj s 1 fti
6 ?0 1 M
Fie sunt Mf.
l ark P:ace
5 04 40l
4 ftl.14 40,
1 sr. 0 u'l-
IM 8 5
1 s. :i do
4 2311 40
4 ;c 11
T 201 8 !'
7 ?t nti
if7 10 18 Sfll
: 4 :3 (.'!
8 roil B!
U4! 11 li
8 4311 H
11 r.s a oi
7 431 8 45!
7 6.11 II 01
f Ml Bri
8 01 4 01
f. OS! 4 07
eh-;, 11 o)
8 1 -V, 4 10
8 so n 0
i 8 i;i0 5
8 1.V 4 iU
i UT H
All trains run dally excrpt Hundsy.
I. nibbles lUat tt alw atop oa ba&l tor pti
ecurn rales Tin Ontniio Western btfirn
p'r-ii-.i-in tl l:ets and have money. Bay and
l.'jtht i.pitii 10 till) VVb'.
JC. Anderson, Osn. TRfS Act.
T, FUtcrof t, Dlv, Pass, Agi. Bcrantou, Pa