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THE 6CH ANTON TKIBUNE-FRIDAY MOBNING. JULY 31, 189G.
124-126 Wyoming Ave.
We propose to I
make this sale from:
now on the greatest;
event of our history, j
Every dollars worth j
of merchandise in our
ed down to prices!
that cannot fail to
interest you. It is a 1
buying opportunity :
that none should :
NEW PRINCIPLE IN ENGINE GEAR.
friction Wheels Invented by W. J. i
Holman to lie Tented. j
Cape May, N. J., July 30. The fric- j
tlon-geared Holmnn speeding trucks
will be tried tomorrow on the South
Jersey railroad. They have been adapt
ed to the regular locomotive, for which
they are Intended to double the pres
ent rate of speed and gave running
expenses. The trucks consist of five
small wheels, arranged on the cog prin
ciple and Reared at a ratio of two lo
one, but the cogs are eliminated and
friction Is to do the work. Three of the
wheels rest upon the track, while the
other two propel them and bear the
The rate of speed expected to be at
tained is over 100 miles an hour. Latit
Wednesday, In a twelve-mile run, a rate
of ninety-six miles was reached, Including-
the starting and stopping. The
Inventor is William J. Holman of Min
neapolis, a cousin of Judge William 3.
Holman, of Indiana.
KIDNAPS HER FATHER'S CHILD.
Illinois Woman Interferes With Af
fairs in Leavenworth, Kan.
Leavenworth, Kan., July 20. Daniel
Bhannahan, an engineer of the Union
Pacific shops In this city, lives with
Mrs. Gallagher, with whom he has been
boarding since the death of his wife,
four years ago. Three years ago Mrs.
Gallagher gave birth to a girl baby,
which bore the name of Mamie Shnnna
han. This afternoon Mrs. Lizzie Calmer
of Qulncy, 111., a daughter of Engineer
Bhannahan by his llrst wife, arrived
in this city and hunted the residence
of her father. Seeing little Mamie
Bhannahan at play she alighted from a
carriage and took the little one, bare
headed and barefooted, by force, the
mother from a sick bed seeing the act,
but being unable to give the alarm.
lira. Calmers hurried to the depot and
boarded a train for Quincy. Later En
gineer Bhannahan boarded another
train and expected to head off the fugi
tives at Hannibal, Mo.
NO EMBARGO ON CHINESE GHOSTS.
L'nhappy Foreigner Cuts His Throat
in Order That He May Return.
El Paso, Texas, July 30.-A Chinaman
named Ah Yen, who was In the county
jail here awaiting deportation to China
for being unlawfully in this country,
cut his throat tonight with a razor and
He claimed that a Chinaman here has
testified falsely against him, and ho
wanted to die and return to earth In
the shape of a ghost to kill the false wit
ness. Candy Coated Harsaparilla.
DR. DETCHON'S "VITALIZINO
BARSAPARILLA PILLS" are candy
coated and delightful to take. Com
bined with the Sarsaparilla are other
extremely valuable blood and nerve
remedies which render these Pills the
greatest blood purifier and blood maker
as well as the most powerful nerve
builder known. They are a wonderous
coure for Anaemia and all Blood Dis
eases, Nervous Diseases, Paralysis, In
digestion, Luis of Appetite, all Female
Weaknesses and Irregularities, Pale
and Sallow Complexion, Physical and
Mental Weakness, Early Decay, Failing
Health, etc., etc. Price SO cents and
11.00. Sold by Carl Lorenz, druggist.
418 Lackawanna avenue, Bcranton.
II I I
Military Expedition! to Cuba Most Not
THEY CONSTITUTE A CONSPIRACY
Offenders H ill Be Severely Punished
for Violntion of Neutrality Law.
Good Citizens Are Asked to Aid iu
the Enforcement of Lnw.
Washington, July 30. The following
proclamation was issued by the state
department this afternoon:
By the President of the United States of
Whereas, By a proclamation dated the
twelfth day of June, A. D. 1S!5, attention
wus called to the serious civil disturbances
uccoinpunled by armed resistance to the,
established government of Spain then pre
vailing in the island of Cuba and citizens
of the United States and all other persons
were admonished to abstain from taking
part in sucN disturbances in controventlon
of the neutrality laws of the United
Whereas, Said civil disturbances and
aimed resistance to the authority of
Spain, a power with which the United
(states Is on terms of peace and amity,
continue to prevail in said island of Cuba;
Whereas, Since the date of said procla
mation said neutrality laws of the United
States have been the subject of authorita
tive exposition by the Judicial tribunal
of last resort, and It has thus been de
clared that any combination of persons
organised in the United States for the
purpose of proceeding to and making war
upon a foreign country v.'lth which the
United States are at peace and provide!
with arms to be used for such purpose,
constitutes a "millitary expedition or en
terprise" within the meaning of said neu
trality laws, and that the providing or
preparing of the means for such "military
expedition or enterprise," which Is ex
pressly prohibited by said laws. Includes
furnishing or aiding in transportation for
such "military expedition or enterprise;"
Whereas. By express enactment, if two
or more persons conspire to coinritt an
offence against the United States any act
of one conspirator to effect the object of
such conf:lracy renders all the conspira
tors liable to fine and Imprisonment; and,
Whereas, There is rearon to believe that
citizens of the United States and others
within their Jurisdiction fail to apprehend
the meaning and operation of the neutral
ity laws of the United 8tates as authorita
tlves interpreted as aforesaid and may be
ndslcd Into participation in transactions
which are violations of said laws and will
render them liable to the severe penalties
provided for such violations;
Now, tnerefore, that the laws nbove-r.?-ferred
to as Judicially construed may be
duly executed, that the International ob
ligations of the United States may be ful
Iv satisfied, and that their cltlsens and
all others within their jurisdiction, being
seasonably apprised of their leaal duty
In the premises may abstain from dis
obedience to tho laws of the United States
and thereby escape the forfeitures and
penaltlos legally consequent thereon;
I, G rover Cleveland, president of the
United States, do hereby solemnly warn
nil citizens of the United States and all
others within their Jurisdiction against
violations of the said laws interpreted as
hereinbefore explained, and give notice
that nil such violations will be vigorously
prosecuted. And I do hereby Invoke tin
co-operation of all good citizens in the
enforcement of Bald laws and !n the de
tection and apprehension of any offend
ers niralnst the same, and do hereby en
Join upon all the executive othVers of the.
United Stales the utmost diligence in pre
venting, prosecuting and punishing any
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my band and caused the seal of the
United States to be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington, this
twenty-seventh day of July, In the year
of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred
and ninety-six. and the independence of
the United States the one-hundredth and
twenty-llrst. Orover Cleveland.
By the President : Richard Olney,
. Secretary of State.
RESULTED FROM OLNEY'S VISIT.
The president's warning proclamation
as to Cuban filibustered la understood
to be one of the results of Secretary
Olney'a recent visit to Gray Gables, and
la thought to be In some measure at
least, the answer 6f the administration
to the petitions and complaints against
Spain's treatment of Americana In
Cuba, which continually pour In upon
the state department. Many of these
have contained pleas of Ignorance of
the laws under which the suspects .were
arrested and Imprisoned, and It has
apparently been deemed advisable to
leave American citizens no longer In
doubt as to the protection they may
expect If they go so far in their sym
pathies aa to violate United States
Senor Depuy Delome has persistently
tried to secure some statement of the
administration's attitude ever since the
belligerency resolutions were adopted
by congress, he desiring to offset the
ill effects In Spain of the debates In the
senate. While the United States au
thorities have Invariably displayed th?
activity required of them in enforcing
the neutrality laws, it has been found
almost Impossible to secure any con
victions for violations of the United
States neutrality statutes until recent y.
TRIED LAUDANUM AND A PISTOL.
II. L. Withers Jr., Attenips Suicide
on Account of Unrequited Love.
Ualtlmore, July 30. Hanson L. With
ers, Jr., a young society man of Phila
delphia, whose parents are now travel- '
Ing In Europe, attempted suicide at the j
Mount Vernon Hotel here to-dny by j
shooting himself In the head. He was
the guest of Walter B. Pierce and had ;
come here with him from Shapherds- j
tovun, W. Va. At the latter place With- ;
ers had met Miss Helen Breckenbaugh, 1
the niece of General H. Kyd Douglass, I
and had fallen love with her. His pas- I
sion, however, was not returned. This
made him morose. Last night he also
received letters from his father chiding
him for spending too much money. This
made matters worse.
He began drinking heavily and wound
up by taking a big dose of laudanum.
When this did not affect him he used
the pistol. The doctors think he may
recover. Withers Is about 28 years old
and belongs to one of the most aristo
cratic families In Philadelphia.
RAILROAD OWNED BY THE CITY.
Cincinnati Voters to Decide Abont
Selling a Line for 919,000,000.
Columbus, O., July 30. A peculiar
election will be held in Cincinnati next
Monday. Cincinnati owns a large rail
way system, know as the Cinclnrati
Southern, now operated by the Queen
and Crescent company, running from
C lncinrat' to Chattanooga. It was built
by the rltysoon after the war, when
It was thought that the only other nad
by which the southern trade could be
reached, the Louisville and Nashville,
was discriminating In favor of Louis
ville. It has proved an expensive piece of
property, and the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton Railway company having
offered to give $19,000,000 for It, thej
proposition to sell the property tor tnat
sum will be submitted to the voters of
the city, who are the real owners of the
AN EDUCATIONAL PAMPHLET.
A Book of Currency Statiatica Pre
pared for Free Circulation.
Washington, July 30. In view of the
great number of requests for Informa
tion on the financial question, the treas
ury department has prepared a pamph
let of fifty-four pages, answering aa
nearly as can be foreseen the questions
asked and expected to be asked. The
book fives a history of the United j
States bonds from the earliest issues i
and "how they were disposed of, coinage !
of all sorts and treasury issues of pa-1
per money of every description now In 1
circulation. The various kinds of notes
ten In number are described and
amounts issued and In circulation.
Fractional currency also has a para- j
graph ond the system of redemption of '
United States notes Is explained. !
Statistics are very elaborately gono !
into, covering the world's production of ',
gold and silver, American production
f.om 1792 to 1895, monetary system and ;
approximate stocks of money in the
principal countries of the world, and a '
nummary of the monetary events since;
I'M. i rranged chronologically; thej
aluo. weight and fineness of all Amerl-
uti ciins and the changes and dates of :
Thi purpose of the department Is to
send a copy of this hook to every per- j
ton f pplylng for information with the
page an A paragraph marked which con
tains the answer to the query propound
ed. FIREMEN CRAZED BY HEAT.
Two .Hen Leap Owrbond from the
Baltimore, July 30. Two men were
lost overboard from the North German
Lloyd line steamship Roland, which ar- !
rived here today from Bremen. While !
the vessel was In mid-ocean the heat j
was very oppressive, and in the stoke !
hole almost unbearable. The firemen
suffered terribly and several succumbed
and hud to be carried on deck and re- !
stored to consciousness by the ship's
At last one of the men, who hsd been
ovvreon-e by heat early In tno vyaje.
began to talk Irrationally, and af tr a
time acted in such a manner as to
cause tho belief that ho was Inssr ,
Suddenly he w.is seised with a wl'd
frenzy, and with a yell dashed up the
Iron ladder leading from the stairway,
rushed across the deck and iilifrcj
headlong; over the side into ti e s' a.
DurliiK the excitement a hitch occu re i
in the lowering of the boat, two sei
men fell overboard; one was rescued,
but his companion and the crazed man
were not found.
CURES SICK HORSES BY FAITH.
.Michigan Christ. aa scientist Treats
Dumb Animal nnd i'nrts.
Kalamazoo, Mich., July 30. A horse
owned by Sir. Snow, west of the city,
was afflicted with paralysis of the hip
and was cured by Mrs. Agnes Chester,
Christian scientist. She has also treat
ed one or two horses in Kalamazoo for
i vlit jutlc. These she did not oven touch.
Flio recently treated a horse in Iluttla
Creek for splint. The horse recovered.
This horse she did not see. Mrs.
Chester hr.3 also treated plnnts, trees
Hnd (lowers In order (hat they might
live and prow healthy. It Is claim d
that the Kxllrg power of Christian
science Is not limited alone to human
GA3Y FATALLY BITTEN BY A COW.
Infant Attached by a Curuiverous
i'ovine in a Field.
Fort Dodge, Iowa, July 30. Anton
Lahman and wife of Williams Town
ship, Pocahontas County, are jrrluf
strlcken over the terrible condition of
their 10-month-old baby, as the result
of fatal Injuries Inflicted by a vicious
cow. The baby was left in Its cab by
the mother, while she was engaged In
driving the cows out of the corn.
When the mother returned she found
the little one being devoured by one of
the cows. After a hard fight the mother
managed to drive the cow away, but
too late to save the child.
FAMILY FUED LEADS TO BULLETS.
William Lelminicr Given a Probably ;
Mortal W ound by C. A. Johnson. '
New York, July 30. The domestic
troubles of Wllllum Lehmaier anu ...
wife, which have been before tho pub-;
lie at intervals during the lust six ;
weeks, culminated today In a shouting
affray, which will probably Tesult in
Lehmaler's death. Mrs. Lehmaier says
that Charles A. Johnson, who did the
shooting, is her brother. ;
Lehmaier says that the man Is Mrs. ;
Lehmaler's former husband. For some
time a contest has been waging between
the Lehmaler's as to the occupancy of j
the house In West Thirty-fifth street,
caTh trying to oust the other.
REVOLVER'S TRAGIC HISTORY.
Daniel strain L'nd His Life w'th the ;
Weapon His Unit htcr I'seil.
Indianapolis, July 30. Daniel Strain, '
a wealthy fanner of Vermillion county, (
prominent in social and church life, :
committed suicide today, using the '
same revolver with wlilcu his (laugh- !
ter, 26 years old, committed tuicidc j
fouiteen years ago because of disap
pointment In love.
This revolver had been carefully con
cealed by him ail this time, none of the
family knowing its whereabouts, al
though its loss wa3 frequently men
tioned in his presence.
CYCLERS BEFORE THE WIND.
Wheelmen Travel Four Miles iu Front
of a terrific (.ale.
Newark, O., July 30. David Lewis;
and .'times Thomas rodefourmlles north
of Vannattus last night on their bi
cycles. They had but fairly gut under '
way on the return trip when a terrllic
Putting their feet on the coasters the i
cyclers were carried by the wind f jr 1
nearly four miles at ulmoit a mile a
minute, a part of the distance being up
grade. They wtre able to dismount in
a covered bridge Just before the stcrin ,
Herbert lo Vote for Johnson.
Washington, July 'ij. Secretary U;.-beri '
left omznt to .uu ,u uie aiuo.hi i i:..-c
e.i-ci.or, next Tut..;-. Uv w... . i
i;.itmnt,ht'ln ti:r.ji'"uw ...tin ai.. ,.'.. , ..i
;itnt,un.ery uh j
II-- -.V II Lli
ilnmt j.a;.. ly alter voMik : :
tree silver Dtr-v.-. : . a., :
not support tiiu A...: :iu I .
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baLot to'isy end ?hcn n.it.itiriied,' ta mfe;
on Aug. 12 in Atlantic City. )
REPUBLICAN febUNTY CONVENTION.
In pursuance e- a resfciutien unanimous
ly cuuiitac iite hi.uoiioan Ueuniy Oom
ni;Ut:u a: a r.uiur ieuiif beid tu I'aurn
uay, July :j, ihu ceuaiy otuivaation
will be held on Tuesday, August the 4tn,
lteM, at 3 p. m., in MU'ic Hall, Bcranton.
for the purpose of placing ia nomination
candidates tor the fojowiug mentioned
otlices to be voted for at the next en
iui tuuctiou ou luesilay, .Noveinuor id,
IbiH, to wit:
Congrtss (Eleventh congressionad dis
trict). Two Cai-a;y Commissioners.
Two County Auditors,
Vlgitecce cuc-a-ittevs w ill huld delegate
elections ou Sujuruay, August lirco,
between the hours of 4 and 7 p. m. They
will Kivu ut least two days' public notice
of tli a t.uie unj place for holding said
Kacii eiectian district shall elect at the
suid delegate elections two qualineu per
sons to serve as vigilance committee for
one year whosu ntnn shall be certified to
on credentials of dc-leuaies to the cuuiuy
The repiesentution of delegates to the
county convention is based upon the vole
cast at the last precedin state election
for ilun. Benjamin J. Haywood, calculate
for the ottlee of state treasurer, he being
the highest oittccr voted for at the said
Under this rule the several election dis.
trlets ore entitled to representation as fol
Fnst ward. First district 1
Kil-st ward, Second district I
Second ward 1
Third ward , 1
Benton , 1
First ward 1
Second ward , 2
Third ward 1
CITY OF CARBONDALE.
First ward. First district 3
First ward. Third district 1
Sttond ward, Mist district , 1
Second ward Second iliutrict ......... 1
Second ward, Third district 1
Third ward. First district 1
Third ward, Second district 1
Third war.l, Third district ,
Third ward, Fourth district 1
Fourth ward. First district 1
Founh ward. Second district .........
Fouith ward, Third uisit'ict
Fifth ward, Fust district t
Fifth ward. Second u.sa'iut ............
Sixth ward, Firal district 3
Sixih ward. Second dmirlct
Ci iidiitiuie Township
Northwest district ,.
Norta.uti Uietrirt 1
CI. lion , ,
Cot.iibioM ....... 1
tk.i.t.ii , , 1
U..-K --.. -
F.ibi w.ird , .' 1
:'. .. ' v.md 1
'i'ili.d U.l.d 1
l-Vt w:irt! First district 1
First ward, ei.voinl ili-trict
sic-oud whim. First ulx'.rlct 1
s .... .wn:. iiet ond i.t r.ct 1
'Hi.rJ .ul, First district 1
'l i.nl v.aio. Second dlrtuct , 1
i M:J w-til. Third district 1
t .i: th ward 1
Fii h ward 1
Si5 th ward. First ill-triet 1
h ih warn, S.voml Oiatrict 1
Kinihnrst , 1
First rt!.trlct 1
Second district 1
Third district 1
GouMsboro , 1
First ward 1
Pr.-orJ ward 1
Third ward 1
South district 1
W'er.t d:;rlct 1
Northeast district 1
Southwest district 1
North AMngton 1
First district 1
Second district 1
Fourth district 1
First wsrd 1
Seror.t'. ward 1
Third ward 1
THIS CITY'S REPRESENTATION.
First ward, First district 2
First ward, Second district 1
First ward, Third district 2
Second ward, First district 1
Second ward. Second district 2
Second ward. Third district 1
Second ward, Fourth district 1
Second ward. Fifth district 1
Third ward, First district
Third ward, Second district
Fourth ward, First district 1
Fourth ward. Second district 2
Fourth ward, Third district 2
Fourth ward, Fourth district 2
Flth ward, First district 2
Fifth ward, Second district 2
Fifth ward. Third district 2
Fifth ward, Fourth district 2
Blxth ward. First district 1
Sixth ward, Second district
Sixth ward, Third district 2
Seventh ward. First district 1
Seventh ward, Second district 0
Seventh ward, Third district 1
Eighth ward. First district 1
Eighth ward. Second district 2
Ninth ward. First district 2
Ninth ward. Second district 2
Ninth wnrd, Third district 2
Tenth ward 1
Eleventh ward, First district 2
Eleventh ward. Second district 1
Eleventh ward, Third district 1
Twelfth ward. First district 1
Twelfth ward. Second district
Thirteenth ward. First district 1
Thirteenth ward. Second district 2
Thirteenth war.l. Third district 1
Fourteenth ward, First district 1
Fourteenth ward, Second district 1
Fifteenth ward, First district 2
Fifteenth wnrd. Second district 2
Sixteenth ward, First district 2
Sixteenth ward. Second district 2
Seventeenth ward. First district 2
Seventeenth ward. Second district .... 3
Eighteenth ward l
Nineteenth ward. First district 1
Nineteenth wurd. Second district 1
Nineteerth ward. Third district 1
Nlne'ccnth ward, Fourth district 1
Twentieth ward. First district 1
Twentieth want. Second district 1
Twentieth ward. Third district 1
Twenty-first wnrd, First district 1
Twenty-rilst ward, Second district ... 1
South Ablnirton 2
Spring Brook 1
First ward 1
Second ward 1
Third ward 1
Fo'irth ward 1
Fifth ward 1
West Ablngton 1
First district l
Second district 1
J. H. THOMAS. Chairman.
Attest :-J. E. WATKINS. Secretary.
T.'hi n r..-.'i,T was sick, we gave her Castorta
w hen ; lie was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
WI-..U I, -cain.-r Mifs, : cU-.rg to Castorln,
Vi Lu Li I t'LIiJi-i,fcitt) savetbem CMtorbu
Connolly & Wallace
Are now offered which the careful and far-seeing buyer will not fail
to appreciate. Many of the lines we offer now at CUT PRICES are
useful in all seasons. Here are a few of the Items for your consideration:
Hen's NEGLIGE SHIRTS
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
LADIES' LINEN SUITS
Ready-made suits with
Blazen, Reefer or Nor
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
Ml'CH, WHEN PAID FOR IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE NO CHARGE WILL BE LE33
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS Rl'LB AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
I! i: LP W AM i:i-MALi:S.
MY WAN' D-TO L'iABN VAiiBKR
trie's. ne v it 1 lit le ixperino pre
'erred. It'll Nor h Van.
1T.V! 'ED B'KiKKFEr-ER WTTOUNDER
'( st : di tenoriip'iy. Itl:XFo..D Co.,
flnt t,.ii;w 1 nun v hub.
W'. NirD . S GENT IN T.VFKY Pf.
' it 11 to e: bv.uk: H.'n to $.'n0 n dm-iM.-nle
; t lit st lit;1 1: idn man to m! t-t 1.
On". to drr.lerp; It st s de line tT.1 :4 nmnt'i:
sil-r- ur ltye romm; on nt.e'.e: rxp-'ri -iieo
iiiiii.-ei'-iirv. I'l-ftui o.p ki.d .Miinuinc;ur
:n Co., 1 v.ei-.il-itl, 1).
W'ANTliK - W I M.-KVi WN MAN IN
' every town t' mlieit atork sill serip
tin' s: a monoi oly: Tig money fm a t ta: no
n.p tal requ rad. El) I'.D C. Flail & Co.,
l ordeu Block, cliieaxo, 111.
1 AMI'S -1 VAK'i B!l WAUKS D 1NG
I i lasnnt heme o k. rad 111 Kindly s -nd
lull part, cul to all iMiiuiiiK 2 e lit stump.
. ISS Ji. A. Si Ei BI.'S, Lnwrenen, Mica.
TANTF.O-H! Y AO :NTS 1NHCR W-
ten to B" 1 and fit?-ediic Snyder's nike
Irinu: txiorlene d ri nviis'er pre.eir.H. work
isrinani'iit aid very pr fl'ithle. V rite fur
purtieu'ars at ence in H iret I m fit of le-lii'ay
t; ads. T. B. SN YDI'.R & V.. Cine nna-.l. O.
TrAN"l'D IMVEMATELY-TVVO ENF.R-
V etle. nl avromen to represent i
( timrai't'-e Ji a cay witl-mit interferriuir
v it ii i- li r n in neultliim n eiu-atlo .
rito li.rt-artliQliira. enelcsinz stmnn. MtmM i
( hfinieal C'uirpany, No. 7- Julii, ttrt-.-t. New .
I OK KF.X'I
TOlt it KMT UOOM FOttMEHI.Y OCCU
l ple l by Mia Draun nt (ir'nn hinif ea
tablldim nt. inquire at FINLIiY'ti, 512 Lack
I VOIt RFN I'-PROVT AND THEF. COV.
I I nw-tinii rooms, fnrulfbed or iinfurnlhcd.
! JUH Ailims avrnue, opioetfl court Iiouk.
I'OR PENT-HALF F l t'Bl.f IIOUS'l:
1 modern improvement: rent rea oimblal
rorner of Pine ai d Blukely strieK Lnnmum.
lOB SALE A SILVER-PLATED CONN
I dnnhle bell entdionlum. r-leel r enuravod
with trombone bell, sold lii.d: i.earlv new
and erst tHO: will sell kt a barieidn. Ai'dre..
till week to E. W. GAYLOH, Lai'.asville,
I.UK cALr, Ull Kr.il J -ni.-wu.n i- 1
taee. Wyoming Camp Ground; prtly
furnish d, W, HPAZETT.Jjeranton
r"OR SALE HORSE. AGED SIX YEAFS.
1 welRht l.OOil pounds; cau be seen at Iliil
' L'OR HALE SI Y COTTAGE AT EM
; V burnt and the four lots on which it
: ttandv aUothe four lets adjritil'ig: mostde.
1 s ral le location in Elmbnrst: prices reasons
1 Mb: terms ease pcssenston clven at onee. h.
i P. KI NUfBL'RY, t ommouwealtli fculldlnif.
: Sci inton. l a.
i HOTEL FOR SALE,
YXTEI.L FURMHi'D AND CENTRALLY
11 l,..t,1. flrutcia4n buslncaal ruasorei
for seliliiK, want to retire from hutlnese. Ad- I
drean C. A. SI.. Lock Box i04. Naiillcoke. Pa.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS. j
NFURNISHED ROOMS, WITH USE OF
hot and cold tiatii, .itiinff auu roaa- ,
i. 115 Laekaw.inna avenue.
I n t roc roi.
"ri'HF. SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
J Yon n ant this r He. Contains a 1 of
r..V t oalia'a finimil old war i ictv.ro allow
inir the forces iu actual b-.ttle.akct bed on the
pot. Two volumes, i.iflu pit-era.. Sold 1
easy monthly pmments le'.ivirud It
. n,mnloi. nil diar. tir.na:d. Audrc
P. O. SIOODY. nia Adams Ave., t-cranion. I a,
I OST-BETWEEN MOSCOW AND A. I
j Conpton's on Sunday ls't, u b uck s ik
1 inpo witii beaded trimnilim; finder will b-i
! rewarded by roturuiiig name to A, L COMP
-OTICE IS HEKEBY UlV iX TO THH
i pers -na w hose nam -a irosntrd b' 1 .w,
Sup;ioietl to bo ov n -ra of rnnl estate fronting
no Fenn avcnn and New Yo k treet. in the
Cliy of Pcrinitoii. whose p:ac-s of residence
are unknown to ua. that e, tb uudeia gnxd
v'ew.rs. appointed by tho onrt of Coinm n
Pleaa of Lin kawi nra County, to asea hu
ilnmaifen aim oeie nw anaiuic ironi me c n
structiou of iatcri.1 aeweis a ou til said
named streets, liavo viewed tbu iremises aud
mad" a scbcoul 01 da uaii'-s and b nutiis: and
tlint they will meet iu tliu umii-on Council
iom, M ran Ion Pa., on ti.e 24tb day of
August, A. D, leOti, at 9 o'ciook a. tn., to benr
all executions s U atseaameuts and evi
Mrs. luujinlck. New crk street, sewer:
vacant lot. owner unknown, ci-runr Wvomitiu
aveu e, i.rd ftewY'ork atr.et. -uwor: Sie.vart
estate, coiner io.v Yolk street ana I'e n
avenue, fewer; 11 drew l uiierwortli, ew
ork strret, newer; Sieimnetz, JiwT 'lt
atri-i-t, aewir; Albert Harvey. w Yo !
iret't. S' wer; A. K Townamii, coin.r New
Yorkatr-et and Peun aveuu . .ewei ; C. .1.
Boll an , N. . htreet. a wt r: r V m
N. Y Mreet, no r; Vrr.La Trly, N-w Yo k
a l-n t. a w 1 i 1. B Jets, comer Fenn eve
and N w Yotk urot s wer; Gilnn-rn etne.
i'efn avi-nu-, nki! I ili-d-l Pi lar P mi
ven ;e. RMW.r; van.it tot n-r tviKiio-n;
1 eLii avei Uo ii'Wri: J..ii.ea M i:.lio, . P hu
aveiiUi- s wer; Bei Ion eiiinu Fern aV'-n i ,
aiia-er: F. I Inn bona, I . ne cvetnic, s-vrc". lr.
v I uuFiiu i vuui, a- i I ; i livr Iiav.d,
1'. i n uvei ue. m ntr;i a: i 1 I ienm-mmi. 1-" -r-i
uveiiiie, sewer; C b. f-cainai a, I ei n ii venue,
T. E. Rmt"tni,
H. 8. A I WOHTII.
JoilM P. QuirtNAit,
OPPORTUNITIES TO BUY
In Linen, Crash, Covert and
Cheviot Clothes. The
famous "Trouville," Eest
Fitting and most practi
cal. Our present stock of
At greatly reduced prices to
AGCNTS WAN TED TO HELL CIGARS;
ITS per month; aslary nd expanses paid.
Addrexs. with two-cent stamp, F1QAKO CI
GAR CO., Chicago,
AGENTS -TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
glod, illv.r. nickel ana copper electro
plasters; prices from $3 upward: salary and
ex net sen nsld: outfit free. Addri-ss, with
stamp. MICHIGAN MFG CO., Chicago.
A GENTS TSELLG!GAR8TO P 'AI.ERS;
f25 weekly and expensi: sitieriunee un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG CO.. 48
Van U'lren st , Chicago,
QALIiSMAN TOCVRRV SIDE LINE; 2.1
C per rent, rommisnlon: simple boo irlld
free. Address L. N. CO., tatlon L, New
MRS. FIN ON, CLAIRV: YANT AND
Fhr nuMir st. ran l-e c 1 ul"d at No. 410
V In areunr. Hyde F'srk. I'ositiTsly the li s'.
B. B -JHU.S CI.ENS PhIVY VAULTS
. aid lilt joul-: o mlor; Improved
Tum-ai'S rt. A, BPIG"S, proene or.
1 .av. onlers 11(10 North Main avenue, or
riel;o' 'iriiir-tor., rorner Auams and MoU
lierrt. I 1 pluum 45,'la
O W II OM IT MAY CONCKRN.
t . Btephau Guthelnz and Barbs'-
uthelns eatato i re hnrehy nor(fld to make
payn ent. ill part or w n.a within .todays r
eeouDta 1111 ro leeted arrordlna? to law;
I avin-ii's can be n ade at residence, bit Alder
s'reet, frem 7 to 8 p. m.: at furniture atore,
lilo Cedar areiiU ', auy timo lariuvdav.
C KiOHH, Alderman.
WANTED - SITUATION AS hOUSE.
kei-p r; Scotrh won-an. as yeira old.
Addreie MilA. L. J Tribune office.
V ANTED-POBITI"NAS HOCBEKEKP-
er by American widow. Address MRS.
DECKER, Plttaton pnstoflic
SITUATION WANTtCD-TO GO OUT
O wnahlnu; washings taken noma also. Call
oea ldranaL. B , 1M4 .North Sumner arena,
i! vile Park.
SI I CATION WANT1D BY A YOTNO
laily for b okkeepin-r, atenosrapby or a
lue j plai e in all office; aniions toobtalu work.
Addies 8., l oo.. keener and Stenorapher,
W ITUATIOX WANTED MAN AND WIFE:
man taidcner, et-. ; wife cook, laundress
or boiwework: Etikilish: no children. K-, 907
Urecn hide atreet. Scranton.
CITUATION WANTED - BY FIRS r.
i claaa latrber. Address SI. H. M., 214
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June L 1S90.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
press for New York and all points East,
1.40, 2.50. ti.lu, a.00 and .55 a. m.; 1.10 and
3. .IS p. tn.
Kx press for Easton, Trenton, Philadel
phia and the South, .15, 8.00 and i.ii a. m.;
1.10 and 3.38 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 4.00 p. m.
Tobypanna accommodation, (.10 p. m.
Kxpress for Uinghamton, Oswego, El
mira, Cornlnff. Bath, Dansvllle, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.20, 2.35 a. m., and
1.49 p. m., maklnK close connections at
Buffalo to all points in the West, North
west and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 1.15 a. m.
BlnKhamton and way stations, 1.00 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 4.00 and 3.10
BlnKhamton and Elmlra express 5.55 p.m.
Kxpress for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
TJtlca and Kichfleld Springs, 2.35 a. m.. and
1.49 p. m.
Ithaca 2.35 and Bath 9.13 a. m. and 1.49
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wilkes
Barre, Plymouth, BlJomsbtirg and Dan
ville, m.iklnit close connections at North
umberland for Willlamsport, Hnrrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, 6.00. 9.55 a. m. nnd 1.55 and 6.00 p. m.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations,
08 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stations. 3.40 and 8.47 p. m.
Pullman pr.rlnr and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket office.
Central RailroaJ of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insur
ing clennliness and comfort.
T1SIB TAHLE IN EFFfcCT JUNE 7. 1894.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston
Wllkesi-Ilarre, etc., at 8.20, 8.15, 11.30 a. m '
12.45, 2.UV. 3.05. 6.00. 7.10 p. m. Sundays .u0
a. m.. 1.00, 2.15. 7.10 p. m
For Mountain Park, 8.20, 11.30 a. m , 2 00
8.05, o.flo p. m. Sundays. 9.00 a. m., i.oi
3.15 p. m.
For Atlantic City. 8.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elisabeth
8.20 (express) a. m.. 12.45 (express with Burl
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express) p. m Sun
day, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 12.45 p m
arrives at Philadelphia, Readme Term
inal, 6.22 p. m. and New York 6.00 p. m
For Maiieh Chunk, Allentown, Hethl
hem. Ksston and Philadelphia, 8.2n a m"
12.45. 3.05. 5O0 (except Philadelphia) p. .-ri'
Sunoay, 2.15 p. m.
For Lone Branch, Ocean Grove, etc at
8.20 a. m. dhrouph car), 12.45 p. m. '
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsbur?
via Allentown, 8.20 a. m., 12.45 p. m., C00
p. m. Sunday, 2.13 p. m.
For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m.. 12.43 p. m.
Keturnlng, leave New York. f.ot of TJh
erty street, North River, at 9.10 (expreas)
a. m., 1.10. 1.30, 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, 4 30 a. m.
Lenve Philadelphia, Reading Terminal
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday 6 25
Throitth tickets to all points st lowest
rates may be hnd on application In ad
vance to the ticket agent a' the station.
H. P TTW?V.
Gei. Pass. Art.
3. H. OLHAUSEN. Oen. Sunt.
l.rie nn.l Wyoming Vi1cy.
ETeetlve June 22.
Triins leave Bcrnntor for New Tark.
Ni-wburih and Intermeit'.nte feints on
IStiv, e'.f.o tor Hnwlty an 1 lo.-rl joints at
(... oti i f.4f n. m. and p. -vn.. and ar
rive flora sl.ove points at ll.is a. m. unj
8.1 ai.d p. m
An aJditiwnal train leave Scranton for
Lake Ariel at 5.1S n. m.. returning arrives
at Bcranton at 7.12 p. m. and IU a. m.
make room for the new
goods soon to arrive.
At half the cost of man
We continue to sell
PRIDE OF THE
I LIlijOILIrllUrt HHILIVUrtU.
Schedule in Effect June 14. 1896.
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barre at Follows
7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti.
more, Washington, and (or Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Haileton,
Pottsville, Readina;, Norrlstown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburn, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts,
burjr. and the West,
3.17 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti-mo-e,
Washington and Pittsburg
and tho West.
3.17 p m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, HjrrisburR, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and the West. -
6.00 r. m., week days, for Haileton
J. R. WOOD, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
S. M. PREVGST, Ucncral Manager.
May 17. 1891
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia
and New York via D. Ac H. R. K. at 4.45,
7.45 a. m., 12.05, 1.20, 2.30 4.41 (Black Dia
mond Express) and 11.38 p. m., via D., L.
& W. R. R 6.00, 8.08, 11.20 a, m., and 1.6S
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wilkes
Barre, via 1):. L. & W. R. R., S.C0, 8.08, 11.39
a. m., 1.55, 1.40, $.00, 8.47 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ua
sleton, Pottsville and all points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsville branches,
via D. & Ii. R. R. at 6.45, 7.45 a. m., 12.05,
1.20, 2.30, 4.41 p. m., via D . L. & W. R. K.
6.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. m 12.20, 1.55, 3.40 p. m.
Leave Seranton for bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Harrlsburg nd all Intermediate
points, via U. & H. R. R., C.45, 7.45 a. m..
12.06, 1.20. 2.30. 4.41 (Blaclt Dlamcnd Kx
press), ll.SS p. m., via D L. W. R, IL,
ti.00. 8.08, 11.20 a. m., 12.20, 1.55, 3.40 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Tunkiiannock, To
Wamt, t'lnl llk.na 1.. ... A - 1 1
Intermediate points, via D. tt H. R. R., 8 45
a. m., 12.05. 1.20, 11.35 p. m., via P., L. W.
R. K.. 8.U8. 9.56 a. m., 12.20 . m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
NlBKara Falls. Detroit, Chicago and all
points west, via D. A It. R. R.. 8.45 a. m.,
12.05, 1.20, 3.33 (Black Diamond Express),
9.50, 11.38 p. m., via D-, L. & W. R. R. and
Pittston Junction, 8.08. 9.55 a. m., 12.20, 8.47
For Elmlra nnd the west, via Salamanca,
via D. & H. R. R 8.45 a. m.. 12.05 p. m..
yla D., L. & W. R. R 8.08, 9 56 a. m., U.29.
S.40 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. B.
Junction cr Wllkea-Barre and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
ROLLIX H. WILBUR, Oen. Supt.
CHAS S. i,f;e. Oen. Pass. Agt.. Phlla..Pa.
A. W. NONEMACHER, Asst. Oen.
Pass. Agt.. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton office, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
44 iL DELAWARE AND
-J!i J HUDSON TTMia
On Monday, May 18,
train will leave Scran-
MB JrUffl For Carbondale 5.45,
WW Om 'S5. 8.55. 10.15 a. m.;
Wtf r 12.00 noon; 1.21, 2.20, 1.62.
f 6.25, (.26, 7.67. 8.10, 19 .
"fo?' Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton, New Knaland points, etc. 5.45 a, m.;
" For Honesdale-S.45. 8.55, 10.16 a. m., 1J.0S
noon: 2 20. 5.25 p. m.
For Wilkcs-Barre-.45, 7.45, 8.45. .3S. 10.45
a. m.i 12.05, 1.20, 2 30, 3.33. 4.41. 8.00, 7.60, 9.60.
For'Jiew York, Philadelphia, etc., via
Iehlgh Valley railroad 6.45, 7.45 a. m.;
12.05. 2 30, 4.41 (with Black Diamond Ex-,
press) p. m. ... , . .
For Pennsylvania railroad points 6.45.
9.3.S a. m.; 2.30. 4.41 p. m.
For western points, via Lehigh Valley
railroad 7.45 a. m.; 12.05, 3.33 (with Black
IMumond Kxpress), 9.50, 11.38 p. m.
Trains will arrive Scranton as follows:
From Carbondale and the north d.4.
7.40, 8.10. 9.31, 10.40 a. m.; 12.00 noon; 1.05,
2.27, 3.2.-1, 4 37. 5.45, 7.45, 9.45. 11.33 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barre and tho south 6.40,
7.50, 8.50, 10.10. 11.55 a. m.; 1.16, 2.14, 8.48, 6.22.
6.21, 7.53. 9.03. 9.45, 11.52 p. m.
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