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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4. 1894.
1 GENERAL. HEWS
JUmi imiif but lilllt here below,
A'or mint that iff.' ontf
I7iu MIMH tju'f rrv 0 MML
J'ftOHiA if 11 10 0 ttc SOJIi.
g Yon wish to racli hundred of ppoplo
m Mab year. Vour wauti are iunuin-r-
3 able; and the iiiustion In-fura you Is,
3 Which i tliochrspur und more couvu
g nlcnt wn v to gain tho a Motion of tuoao
g whoiv service you wish to itfcurB
hi th-t future Tile TaiBrst: ju-opowj
m to make n specialty of waut advertl M -
S mt ui i Th . papor will becoiim noted
for Its eflectlvouu in bringing to.
ccther tho employer and th? unetn-
tm ployed. Send in the "want" on apontal
3 card, or else cull on your way down
3 town. We'll agree to do tbi rest
Present Status of tho Fight of Isaac L. Hams
Against President Harris.
UTAgJffiCr o566SKCO.M HAND
Platform Scale that oan weigh two
Pounds Addresa T. B. BKNTU-N. ti-l North
'.NTKL-uool.ii,L iHOVND BLACK
v smith Iiuiulre at Tribune ofllt.'.
W'.iNTEb TO PURCHASE CIttAR
ti tr er would real place suitable fur
mdi Addrean. F 0, B . care of Tribune
Help Wanted Ft malt.
( URL WAN ED FOB OBXEBAL HofSE
VX wink. Apply WO Monroe avc cor Pint.
1 ami utensil. J. M BBKFflELD. UV
L'OR .SALE - I'NK (JEW YIUST TYPE
I writer, aUo JM new Ahliott cheek punch,
at a bargain. Aildreas H. J , cure Triliuue of-tic.
MP. SALt I'HKAP. FUR WANT UP (.'BE,
a first class freight elcvutor, electric
titer, abaftlng. beltiuv. etc Apply at "ELK'' i
I 11.D1N0. 120 and HI Franklm avenue, or
to 1 L. WILLIAMS, Architect.
UK SALE ('It EXCHANGE FuKSt'HAN
ton urouertv -A boariuit orauue wrove
lucrtaalng m production au.l value yearly in
the oranue section In Florid Addres Ti K.
NKTTLETON, Lake Uelon. Florida
t" JoS BENT THE FL'KNlStiElj HtSl
deuce u( tho latv William W. M n ... (fl
J ..Hereon avinue. with or a ithout barn In the
tea Inquire Of ii A lxnapp. Kepubllcau
L'OK KENT TWO-STORY BKICK HWEL
r ling huiiee; modern improvement. I1
Foieat court Apply to N Al'KlCE CULL1NS.
agent. West Lackawanna avenue.
'l'U LET FOB A TEKM UF YLAKS
1 Part or all of three hanJred feet uf yard
rovot along i ailr uad. Appiy at M Fraukliu
"'l'U 'p.fcSfT-STUHE iSJoj" OK FL KNISIihD
I hall on (ireeu Ridge street. Very denra
Lie location sod on reaaouable terms, apply
t.. F E. NtTl'l.LTi-'X or C. S. WOObBLFF,
I i THE CUl'KT OF COM MON FLEAS OF
1 Lackawanna county. Ni.317, June term,
UM Onifriu Salerno vs. Njnzata Salerno
To Knnfata Salerno. respondeat above named.
The subpoena and alias subpoena in divorce
bavin been returned uon est inventus you
are hereby notified to bo and appear at th
nasi term of said court, to wit: the eighth day
of January. A D. laVi, at U) clock a m ,
to answer the llbellant's complaint.
JOHN J FAH. Y. Sneriff.
WATSON & ZIMMERMAN ttorneys.
I N THE COURT OF COM UN PLEAS UF
1 Lackawanna county, No. ill. September
t-rm. Ism Joseph B Mdburu vs. Sarah
iroubla Mllburu. To Sarah Sophiu Milburu
r. -pondeut above named The subpoena and
alias subpoena iu divorce having been re
turned non est inventus, you are hereby noti
tied to be and ar.poar at th next term of said
cOtMi to wit: the eighth day of January A
P. UM, at 10 a. iu. to answer the UbeUant I
complatnt. JOHN J. FAHEY. Shenrf.
WATiW.V t ZIMMKKMAN Afnrn-y
NOTICE IS 1IEUEKY UIV..N THAT AN
application will be made to tint Court of
Uuarter Session! nf Lackawanna county on
'Ibursrlsy. January L 1V'J4, at U o'clock a. a,,
for the division of the borouizh of Du ktoa
City and the erection of a new borough to be
known as tn- boroatfh of Throop. outot a part
of the territory now eymprised by th said
borough of Dickson city
WILLARD, WARREN KNAPP,
."'OR sALE-SiNULE HOL'SE istiuLINCY
I avenue: very desirable iocatiou. Anply
0 F REYNOLDS, or WlLLAKD. W A It REN
.SiuWILL LLY MODERN NEWSROOM
. nouae. all iniprovemenu; terms easy . cor
ner Madiavn avenue and Deleware street. Ap
1 . HARRY LEKS
yl.ilM WILL BUY VERY DESIRABLE LOT
V corner Madison aveuus and Delaware
street Terras easy Apply
T WILL NOT BE SUCCESSFUL
Thg Supporters of tho Prasant Read
ing Receivership Claim They Are
Already in the Possession of Suffi
cient Proxies to Render Any Oppo
sition Futile New Anthracite Enter
prises in Schuylkill and Lower Lu
zerne Miscellaneous Jottings of
Industrial News and Gossip.
With reference to the suit brought
by Isaac L. Rice Mtintl the Heading
railroad receivers Tuesday, the PbiU
arielpbia paper sire dilTerent versions.
The 1'reee head ita account "Is iau L
Itico (lain a Victory in Court- Judge
Butler Directs Testimony to It Taken
on ills Petition." On the other ban I.
the Inquirer word ii display DSading
"A Bail Kuockout for Uaao L, K'.ce
Hi Princlpnl Oi.iks Ai;niut the
Heading Uecslver Are Tuiowu Out "
As a matter of fitot, both couetructions
were permissitile, but the Wnnr uf tb
desisiou was ndvers to Mr. Kloe' ex
pectation of succeeding Presideut Bar
ris. The bii battleof the proxies will
be IihM one week from Monday, Rice
suvs be will win, but Harris claim to
bave more than enough proxies al
ready lu band to secure hi flection,
and it Is expected ho will have aovernl
more. Philadelphia stockholders will,
it it said, support Harris almost to a
A western dispatch says: The Penn
lylvanta railroad has nt last secured
control of the 'IVrre Haute aud iodittu
upolU railway, better kuowu as the
Yandaliit line, which ha been an in
depeudent part of the Pennsylvania
svgrtai from Indianapoli to St. Loni.
The election of James MoCrea, John
E. Davidsou aud J T. F. Brook, re
spectively tir second and third vice
president of the Pennsylvania com
pany, as directors of the Yandalia Tuaa
dajr is the first step in the new de l
In an interview President W. R Mc
Keen, of the V.ti.dtiia, said "Yes. I
bave sold part of my stock, and ulti
mately the road will go into the baud
of the Pennsylvania. 1 n.iv meant
that it should. as it is p irt of the Penu
eylvauia system "
Says the Hazletin Sentinel: "Plans
and specifics .. are bin drawn up
hyCoxeBros. ft Ckfa drMgbtttOtO, at
Uiiftoc.for un addition to the machiue
shop and boiler house at Drifton. The
new portion to be built to the machine
shops will b used for repair
ing; the D. 3. & S. engines and car.
Trie great demand for their kind of
boiler tusk-s an extension absolutely
necessary. Tho boiler plant here is the
most complete in the country. A large
raveling crane will ulso be put in at
the machine shops aud this will enable
the company to load and uuload large
Di ces of iron with little or no trouble.
With the boilers manufactured .at
these shop, coal that form-rly was
shipped to the culm bunk i now used
aud with the mechauical stoker, a ma
cnlne used to clean the fire, fill it, aud
remove the bnrne I uhg a combina
tion of two-tliird coal dust and one
third barley coal is meJ and the re
suits are just the same if uot better
than those experience 1 with the old
stylo boilers. This, of crarae, has been
brought nbout only by years of hard
work and study."
Tne prospects of a sharp rivalry
attain bvtween the Lehigh Vsdley aud
the Jersey Central people excite aun
osity as to when the Utter will pros
cnte its announced intention of bail J
inc tracks of its own from Miner's
UltU . f . ..... .... , I .... - A-
.oiiiq ikj .ii" ii'-, luuiiiuiug a 'i-i un
into the busluess center of Pittston
M'liE ANN'L'AL STOCKHOLUERS MEET
1 lug of the West.. ii Mill Co . for the ad m
tion of by laws, election of officers, and sut h
other business a may eon before the meet
iif will be held at the P.rst National bank at
f.abt o clock p m. Saturday. January 18th,
l-M A. W DICKSON, Secretary
"rPHE auLUIER IN UL'R CIVIL WAR,'
1 containing Frank Leslie's famous old
ar pictures. Two volumes folio. Every
pK Illustrated. Over uSi pages. As an edu
cai or It la unexcelled Sold on easy monthly
pa-, ments. both c.luiue delivered complet':
Andrea P. () iloixiy. itutl Franklin avenue,
ia'iit lor N'. rtheaatern Pennsylvania.
CCBANTOM WKINO.-iR iiOSFITAL, S10
k7 Spruce street, ground tliyr. 'Ihe best
solid white rubtier rollers, one dollar each.
Work guaranteed by the oldest and only ex
pert wringer repairer In Scranton.
VrOUUO MAN, M BAOV AND RELIABLE
I desires a aituatiofi, with or without
board Will work reasonable Address. J D,
li . Trtbune office
h p 1 W
DY WOULD LIKE A SITUATION
housekeeper in a small faniil y . pi e'er
where tliere Is BO woman. For in
Jlon please call at '- Washlui?ton ave.
borough. Tliere is also some wonder
nig comment among those interested
in railroad as to when the Erie and
Wyoming people expect to execute
their purpose of running pieienger
trains into tbeir Broad atreet freight
station at Pittston, It is tuought pis
slble that the opening of electric car
lines nextspring botween Pittston and
Scran ton. thus connecting the entire
chain from Cirbondnle to Nanticoke,
may have a tendency to bus ten con
templated improvein:nts on the part of
the steam roads
A Hsxletoii contrmporary learns that
a company comprising several 8crauton
capilalists, wboa names it doe not
give, will erct large coal wnMipries at
Audenrisd and Honey Brook culm
banks The company will nlo open
out mv mi new ami largo ciillierie
near Minersville. Jaeob H. Kvans, at
present Ming the position of purchaser
fcr the Lehigh & Wilkee-Bnrre com
pagf,will be superiuteuieut of the new
A HEAVY HttlNKEH.
Clipped Float Oanadi Prehyterlan,
Under signature of C. Hlackett Itobtaron.
proprietor: I was cured of od-returring
tiillious headache by burdock Ulood Int-
Any Mtbaeribrr at The Tribune iiup se
cure a book of ftvnr and coul conjuon
uirth found thus saee 10 cents OH euch
barrel of flour nut ii centi on each ton itf
H. H. Clifford, New .'easel, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his stomach wa disordered, hi liver wa
atlected to an alarming degroe, appetite
fell away, and he wa terribly reduced lu
flesh and strength Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward (shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., had
a running sore on hi leg of eight years'
staodlug. feed three bottles of Electric
Bitter and seven boxes of Buck leu'
Arnica Sulw aud hi leg ia sound nud
well. John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had
tivo large fever sin os on his leg, doctor
said he was incurable. Cue bottle Electric
Bitter aud one box Bucklvn's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Mat
The Stockholder, of Plillalelplila.
loks for the eariy retirement of Presi
dent McLcod from the New England
management Itsiys: ' The statement
made by hi in that lie has not sold the
stock owned by himself is g uvrally
credited by hi personal friends, but
there Is hardly n doubt that noine of
his former supporters hare unloaded,
it is not known whether he will con
test the application to make the re
ceivership permanent or not. He an
uounced last weak that he would do
so, but there are not a few here who
hold the opinion that he did not know
the company was as badly olf, finan
cially, as tiia recei era' bill lutioate,
and this may cause him to change bis
A dispatch from Montreal sari
"There is every evidence of trouble
brewing for the new Whitnbv syndi
cate which seenred control nf the prin
cipal coal mine of Nova Scotia and
Cupe Brston. Emissaries from the dis
contented section of Nova Scotia Imv
been lu Montreal testing tbe feeling
here and endeavoring to work up an
agitation against the syudioate. The
idea is when parliament meets to bring
in a i ..solution questioning the rights
of tho Nova Scotia to tnrn over tho
mines to the Whitney.; The Montreal
numbers have been asked to support
such a rntolution, and the major
ity of tho members from News Bruns
Wick und Nova Scotia are said to be
pledged to it. Considerable opposition
is developing to the syndicate among
the laboring men in Montreal on ac
count of tbe new discharging machines
which the syndicate introduced here,
while there is also the fear here that
with free ooal, the Pennsylvania mine?
will drive tho Nova Scotia coal out of
tbe Montreal market. Ia any case there
is likly to be a fight over the matter at
tbe next session of parliament, "
IbXOa IstDUSTBIAL NgWS;
Tho Duqueaue Steel works, which was
shut down for the holidays, hna resumed
in lull, manufncturlug billets. The
Howard Plate Class works is also operat
ing. Tbe Duquesne Tube works Is work
ing, but not up to its full capacity.
The rod null of tbo Hraddock Wire
works resumed ou double mm
One lurnuce of the Csrrio Furnace com
pany ia in blast. The rnlliug mill of
Chess, I'ouk &. Co., is abut down but will
resume iu a tew days, The expanded
metal dapar i men t is running full. The
Pittsbuig Wire work is operating to its
Spang, Cualfant & Co.' Etna mill will
resume double turn as eoun as thoy have
completed laklng stock.
The lllai k Diamond Steel works at Pitts
burg Is in full operation, all but the pud
dling furnace. Howe, Urowu .v Co. aro
running their plaut to It fullest capacity,
except the puddling department. Prepar
at'ons i o being made at Shoeiiberge-t ' and
Xog's to operate tho plaut lu full. AtZngs
the furnaces are belug changed to bum
coal. Ai uisiroug's cork factory will .o
iuio operation with l.tlOO employe next
The coal tonnage of the Reading railroud
laetyuar decreased 70,601 tons, of which
7,N? tons decrease wa contributed tbe
last week in December.
t'tiHrles T. Ii u iics has been promoted to
the position made vacant by tbe death of
Captain Conner storekeeper of theLobtgu
& vVilkcs-Harre Coal company's Empire
The Noi thinghnin Colliery of the Lehigh
A; Wtlkt'a-Barre Coal eompauy last weeli
shipped ll.Uuj.lS tou. The output of eigh
teen collieries lu the Luzeruu diatuct was
The Wilson Machine company starlet
up its work at Columbia. Ph. after un
idlenese of Buveral weeks.
Pbe Stugerly Pump aud Paper works of
I ill. ton, M.I , winch as been closed dowu for
about two mouths, partly siartud up and
by next Monday will be running a full
force. This will give employ rueut to about
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stcoke and Bonds
NlW York, Jan. !l-In tho stock mar
ket to day general elvolric, sugar, Chicago
gas and the Oruuger were i specially
Weak. The principal decline tn the early
trailing follow: General electric tMtU,
augar, Chicago gus, 1, St. Paul, i,
Distillers, aj, and western union, . At
the decline the bear leader wa a llb'ral
buyer. The recommendation of the ways
aud means committee to tax corporations
two per cent, ou their net earuiuge wu ig
nored. lu the tefternoon price moved up stead
ily and an advance uf H to .i'j was record
ed. The market left off strong with gum
ranging troiii yi to per rent., the latter
iu cutter. Total suln. '.'.',', '!'i
New Vutik, Juu. i -Following are the clos
lug quotations of active stocks
Nat. Lead Tr UM
N. V N K m
N. Y. Cut no;
N. Y,L. E. 4 W..
N. Y .Out. W.. 1&E
VJi ! North. Pac. com. iU
111 I North. Pan., p'fd. iflt
mi n. a -
Chic. B. 1. A P... Paolflealall M
C. S. P, 4 U JiiVt punt, a Keadlug. ..)
V, t. U on. Li. . , . atfc n. v.
Am. Colt. Tr.
A. T. AS. Fe
' ui.. of N. J
Chic, to N. W....
Chio.,Bnr. A (J...
0 M. A St Paul.
Cob.H. VA T
p. or. !.'
D. AH I Si
D.. L. A W WU
Lake Shore 1SW(1
L A N Mil
Mlsturi Puclfle.. 4n4
National Cordage. Is
! Bugar Tr
, Texas Pad
I T. C. I
I Cnleu Pas
W. A L. E . p'fd.
Fcranton Wholesale Market.
FcRAnTOH, Jan. 3 Fruits ano Pro
OCCI mied apple, per lb., da7e.: evap
orated apple. ShVc. per lb.; Turkiau
prune, Ha6c.; Engliah currant. Ihi.l'jc;
layer laialus, tl.iliia.nu; museatels, f 1.40a
1.50 per box; uew Valencia, Ta7e.
Beans Marrow Tnts, 2, 55a9. 60 per bushel;
Peas Ureen, tl.'5al.30 per bushelieplit,
i'.'.i.tia'J .(.', leutols, 8al0o. per pound.
Potatoes filaTOc. per bushel.
Owioas 65a"()c. per bushel.
BcTTBtt ff.'a'Jbc. per lb.
Casasi 10al2Hc. per lb.
Eo o Fresh. vJuie. ; pickled, -lc:
Meats uama lo.: lnrga 10c;
skinned bams, 1034c.; California hums.
Be.; shoulder. BV,i dry salted bellies,
''4c; smoked breakfast bacon. 13t,
fresh pork loins, lie; "Wyomiug" pork
sausage, lie; Wyomiug borne made sau
sage. 8-pouud pail, larded, Dr.; butch
ers' sauange, 8c, our owu make: fresh
pork shoulders, Tc: fresh pig' feet,
Ac.: fresh pig's heads, 5c; fresh spare
ribs, lie; fresh leaf lard, 11c; fresh
kidneys, 6c dox.: rough sausage
meat, he.: tongue, oc; plucks, 5c.eucn;
Poax Mess at U7 shortcut, 118.
Lann Leaf In Here at UVi'e.; In tubs,
'.':jc; In lO.pound pails, lOJc; inC-ponna
pails, mc; k-pouml paila lue. per
Biek- Choice sugar cured, smoked beef,
Poultrt Chlskens, lilalOo.; turkeys,
131.1.; dock. ItelM
Floor Minnesota patent, per barrel
t.0a4.6U; Ohio and Iudiana amber, at
IS.T5; Qrabnra at b..vj; rye Hour, at
Ri'CKWUgAT Floor -ja. 00 por cwt.
Feed Mixed, per cwt., atll.O'i.
liitAix Iti, tlue.;voin, 4b toOSa; oat.
ii't per btitbel.
Kt sth a w Per ton, (Ualt).
UAY-Per ton. llAalH.
New York Produce Maikst.
New York. Jan. 8 Floor-Market
active, ttlfle fiteadior.
Wheat Kpct msiket dull, flrni;
No. 'i red, store and elevator, OilisflOc;
afloat, CTatlTXc, f.o.b.. OO'isBTkc;
No. 8 red, t8!.(c. ; ungraded red, ti'(;t)7c.;
No. 1 northern, TIhTIc; options
closed llrm fit Jjafslc. over yesterday; Janu
ry, HCKc; February, OTVtic.; Murcb,
t urn Hpots, dull steady'No. 41)a4Jc
elevator; fHjiWH afloat: ntignided mixed,
18c; steamer mixed, 4iJ?Mltt(, No. V
white. 4'ic. '.option very dull elosingtendy;
January, 41'r. ; February. 4a,t,c; March,
oats Spots, quiet, lirmeroptlonsmoder
ately active Hrmer. January, U4c: I'ebni
ary, May, UHc; No. t white,
.Inn mo v :iV : spot prices, No. 9 84(1,1
No. a.whilu i!5c.,No. 2 Chicago. 35c. ; No 8;
83c:' No. 8 white, 88c: mixed western,
MkMftWfl .; white do., fcWalOc. white
Beef Dull, steady.
Beef 1 1 a m h lju iet .
( ur Meats-tulet. steady.
Lard yaiat easy: January, W IU; 1 eb
runry, T.'J5; Miy, $7.00; refiued, qiilet;
coutluetit, JtS.CS: South America, fO.20:
PORE- Moderately active, rdeady.
Bdttih fillet, weaker; elate dairy, 18a
28c. ; do. creamery, iWaHflo. : western dairy,
ltteSOc. ; oremnery, wiaUTc do. factory,
ISHaldXc; Eiglns, WXnitfc; imitatiou
crrnuiery, 17klo.! roll. IfialVlc
CniiEsi Moie doing, firmer, unchanged.
Ef;as-(Julet, weaker: Icehouse, Iflal9c.;
limed, lOalflXc; western fresh, tiaVSe.j
do. secoufls per cJ".', t".' fcitiH Jp, southern
Pbiladelnbla Tallow Maikst.
PnibAiiEi.PiiiA, Jan. 1, Tulluw was
quiot nnd steadv. Price were:
Prime city, in hogsheads, 5c: prime,
country, lu hogshead, 5c.; do. dark, hi bar
rol. 4Jsjc; cakua, tlc; grease, 4Xa
( RUBY JEWELEDffl
a ADJUSTED cd.K
A WATCHES Arjf
It is iiiarvelout how
these famous Watches
are taking the place of
all other where accu
rate time is required.
Railroad men will have
liufcber Wntcii Works, Canton. Ohio.
and eruptions com
pletcly vanish before
Q a steady use ot
Worth a Cuiuna
O and health again
"lows in the pure skin
and clear complexion.
ttl cents a bo.
Kaeeasia sv tms Himtsv Misicai. Authosivis
HAVE YOU rATADDU
hsth tK inn nn
iMiAi.rit am cure you. A
vria ijsrftil btiua to siiQorsrf
from Colds, )oeThrnnr,
orOAV fKValH. Alert)
i mi mediate - rttef. A n e fflcl e ut
I , in in' v r. .ii vrrili it tn i'bi 1 .
In p..: net rea.lv tO US Oil Srst n.illi SI. I. uf ' ' ii
Venllaueu Us Jtsreats I'ermanfiit s'uie.
iitiifai iloiiviiuranteeUoruionsy refaadee. Prlee,
O els. Tital free at Unisslou. Reentered tiiall.
UI ceais. H, B. tUSHIUll, kfr, lim Imct, Mich , U. !. t.
rtit and narit rtiiedr far
U rtlt(lllt)H. KlEuuiii. lliih Suit
KhCiim, "it1 4tirei,Hurtic, t'titi. Wonticr fni rtnt
l..-, vm.TM. Price, 9r.4jlt. m Ilrutl- DAI II
glttisui l. y iiiull preapntd. ArtilteMRantHjTu PWsLm
Furttlu by Mtt'.tli,-wb lii.-.i utnl .Ni-.irti. l-.roi
Sometimvs needs a reli
able monthly regulating
Am prompt, safe and certain In resell. Tbe .
la (Dr. Peal'si never dlMtpnulut. Hentaajwbem
i eO. l'ealMediuiiieCo .Cli'voinnd U.
Sold ly JOHN H. PHELl'-J PharmacUt
corner Wyoming avenue and Spruce street
f wi 7hM3de a well
asaeasr w I - r I 1 1 I
t i-' .'. : .1 1 ii
KKAC I.T1 in S9 1) A VH. Curl ftli
Ntftvoui iU';as.'i. tituintf Jitmor;
I'uretlt. SlutultfHflntmif. Nfpntly tinit
lull, wtu., MUM ity i'fcst ubusftj, uivt
to bliruiikon uruatir1. unJ duickly but
iK'jt and titv
t-fin uiii.t'n -'i ;-'.'. i 'l'U Kit but .suruly rubtori
l.utt .tftmkitod Iii OMOFTvlvif. litiMiLyuurilvdlii vt
UO.'atut. I'l .CO al.l H I.fcwitUrfv Htx fin &.M with R
f nt t . it ejtiai unit i it cBi'f or i.mtir y refunded. I'"'.' ;
let any uiipi luciplvd dmrtiitt u n t it. l
(wu(.ir,'i.(i Iiiaut un naviutf IN Uk 11- nunuutii. i u
no Uk nut not It. we will r nd U br miiH npiin i -i i
of price. Pamphlet In taaled tiiTi-iopt) ftuf- Address
Ot U-tiim Uedlvkl C Prup., Lhltkfid, IU,, vr oar ftftnts.
SOLD by MtHthewft Bros ., Wholesale and Retail
I v. SCRANTOIS, PA., and uttier Lead
VIOLA CREAM i
In move Freeiili-S, Pin-.pljs,
Liver Males, BlockStsds,
Sunburn and Tan, and re
stores the skin to its orlul-
nal ircsiiucsit, vuoiuii a J
Clear aim iicauny com
Tilerlnn. Funerior to all fee.
rreparatlons and perieclly fcsrmless. At all
crugglsts, or mulled for Met, bend for Circular.
VIOLA SKIN 80AP I- l incomtaraMs SI
kla furlftlns byap, uArpisls tit uts telat, sod vtuicut s
rival ft th aimer?. Abtsluttly see, iusl dacua oAl
MU4. AtSnutiu, Prlee 25 CenH.
G. C. BITTNER 4. CO.,Tolcdo. O.
For sale by Matthew Broa and Morgan Bi o
B R I C K
Best in the market
Brandt Clay Product Co,
CFFICK: Binghauiton. N Y
FACTORY I Ui audt, Pa,
Eureka Laundry Go.
Ccr, Linden St. and Adams Ave,
Coi'HT Uotta Sguauc
All kinds of Laundry work guaranteed
JJanufactarars of tbe Celotvaied
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
Connolly &, Wallace
'-e a i i , , .
A new price on those seven-yard Dress Pat
terns that were $2.45. Now
AS LONG AS THEY LAST.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE 209 H32 AVE'
Office Supplies of all kinds
Ms and Mucilages
WIRT, WATERMAN aud FRANK-
tIN FOUNTAIN PENS.
Ageuts for Crawford's Pens aud
Buck's Flexible Rubber Stamps.
Stationers and Engravers.
817 LACKAWANNA AVE.
HE DUTHEIL STUDIO,
OIK LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
"IU SCUASl'OX. VA.
rr 4AVINO MADE a contract with a
U frame factory to turn oot l.OOO
N .rain e betwesu now and Qbr t
0 4 ma. I w lab to announce V tli Dub
i44 lletbat I will mat t a OEHUINE
CBATON PORTKAI P entiled Irum
any Kmall one ABSOLUTELY FKEE OF
t-Alt-Vl' MM. 1.x 1F MIAMI FltOM
4 SU I I'WAlll)
Krani w yer cent, las than regular price.
K. UUX1IU1L, Artist
Horn the A". V. Ti ilune, hue. 1. MM
"QOOIOO, Oct Sl.-Fbe first ofdeial
aoDoonoement of World's Fair di
plvmaa on flour baa been made A
medal bu been awarded by tbe
Woil J t Fair judge to tbe flour manu
faciured by the Wasbburn, Crosby Co ,
in the great Wasbburn Flour Mills.
Minneapolis. Tbe committee rejorte
the flour strong and pure, and entitles
it to rauk as first-elate patent flour for
family aud bakers' us."
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
Tbe above brand of flour can be bad at any of tbe following; merchants
wbo will accept The Tribune floub cocpos ot 25 on each oas hundred oaads
of flour or 50 on each barrel of flour.
Ecrnton-F. P. Price, Wasbiogton avenue,
Quid Moilai Brand.
Hydv Park-Caruu & Davia. Wahburn 8t.
Oold Medal Brand; Joseph A. Uearti. Maui
aveuiie, Superlative Brand
Green Ridge- A L.Spencer.tlM'i Medal Brand.
Uuuaiure-Jf. P. Pticb. Gold Medal Brand.
ulypBttnt-.laiue Joniau. Superlatlvo Brand.
Uuniuurt'-F. D. Mauley uprrltive Brand
Provldeaco-Fenuer A CbapLell N' Main ove
nue. Superlative hrand'.C. J Ull.'pif, W
Market street, Oold Kedsl Brand.
PeckvUle-Sbalfer t K.iser. Suucrlatue
Jerinj-n C, I). Winter i Co Saperalativu
CarVondalt-B 8 Clark, Oold Medal Brand
naaeedale-J . Kustcr t Co Oold Meoal
IIouei.xlaleW.P. Scbenck ,sutpr'ativ, Dranl
lialton-9. E. Finn & son, DuM Med! Mr.i-.id
Ouuldsburo- S A. Adam. Oi ld Uxlal Brand
Tobyhanna -T(.bbaun;i Jt Leb.gb Lumb,
Cv , Ould Medal brand
Never since we becams known as a business firm have wa shown such a marvel -
ously oeautiiul line of Holiday Novelties, in
REED, RATTAN, FANCY AND PLUSH
CHAIRS AND ROCKERS
We show a range of specialties which baffles description. Reception Chairs.Rock
ers, Corner Chairs, Easy Chairs, Work Tables, work Baskets, etc., are here
in all the daintienss and elegance that art can lend to them, and in
such profusion that the only trouble will be in selection.
We desire calling especial attention to our
ONYX CABINETS AND TABLES.
The Marble used is the finest Mexican Onyx, and the Standards are the very best
quality of Brass, highly polished and lacquered.
In Heavier Furniture
We show many specialties in Ladies' Writing Desks and Secretaries, Combination
Furniture, Book Cases, Sideboards, etc. All purchased for the holiday trade.
To particularize further is unnecessary. We would simply add that we're
making a big bid for Trade, and if Fine Goods, Moderate Prices and Endless va
riety count for anything, we ought to have it, as no finer stock can be found in
this State. OPEN EVENINGS.
HILL & CONNELL,
131 and 133 Washington Avenue.