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THE SCRAXTOX TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNTNG, JANUARY 12. 1894.
H ants of all Kinds vox! thai much, MM
ei ii SituaHoni Wantcavihioh art murua
ll'.Wil.H-A MH'NU WOMAN WISHI'.
T i, read to elderly l .'iv ! g,
, ..' lent i"
Allures Reader, Pitt
few hours seen
ton, 1'H. ..
UrANTED A SITUATION MY A MAR
tied iimn. aged ii Il.ii n fair education
and qui give the best or rettrenct In regaid j
character. Has bail xptnune M clerk In
store, a farmer anil us hcko.)l teacher, Ad
dress Si N., Tl Ibuns orti.v.
' ANTED liY A MiULM.K ABED LAKY
I, i- .1 ion a. '."tl .'Kit-, c: : nnse
.inn Jin nmslnc, 8tr Wk. Be eience
(.iwn. Address, nonwceeji r, mbnne otflce.
'IT' 'AT ION WANTFD AMF.lt li A. man
in,.f atu ami mivul. a ! hi
wat.LUiiu, inn nor cr laie-iunn. A, No. I
reference. Add rem, N, Tribune 1 1 -
'ANTED sl l'i ATION -GOOD PIAN
lit, nit lit rcn lor. well up ID su o x busi
ness. T. M., i ril une oiiu o.
AVl'Eli-Yol Mi LAI Dfcglltth A
position ill Dfflce as st. .nodal, her 8110 : freo coal clause in tlio
typewriter, win wow tor me experience une iftahowlno i
wouidgaut. would prefer a piacs tuai
tew ww k. would receive seiarj
B . Trtbtuis offloe.
Mr. Cliveliuid Said to Have Been Badly De
ceived by His Friends.
MEANING OF FREE COAL CLAUSE
Thi' Claim is Freely Advanced In New
York That the Gentlemen Who Se
cured the President's Election Had
a Distinct and Valuable Object in
View The NovaScotian Syndicate's
Fine ItaJlaiuHand Is Seen Through
the Wilson Bill's Schedules Mis
cellaneous Notes of Industrial Progress.
iTANTED A BALES MAN, KM to 130
.ly .mi l.o made with our gnoue in
hiiv locality, win prove it or forfi.it sun.
Mien oreoinuiiBslouUa you prefer. There
fcultn of ;i few iiour-' work often ouusls o
track's wages. Address, "MAN'l'FACITli
Kit." P o. lfc 58(18, Beaton, Mas.
Kelo Wanted females.
VP r. Hub I
WEI R AVI 1,1
111 to U.
P. o. lox 8M.
nOB'SALE HSK L'PRIQHT I'lANo AT
-F a bargain. ;;i .Jefferson avenue.
v.K BALE - ffi
r and utensils.
1 or SALE BUWLINU AL'.EY n
I lures, compete. 805 Center street, city
MUK SALE-ONE NEW Y 1 1ST TYPE
r writer, also one new Abo, tt rbaek punch,
at a bargain. Address H. J., cere Tribune ot
b-OB SALE OR EXCHANUR POR SCRAN
X ton property A beariug oruugo nrvt
Increasing in production and value yearly it
the orange section in Florida. Addr
NETTLETON, Lake Helen, Kiori.u
t -'Ai RENT APRIL I THE ROOMS ROW
1 ucuup.ed by the Telephone Kxchani;.'.
Leake wanna avenue. Apply at the office of
l-liiu'h Salt Mining Co., Third National Bank
building L s. and K I'. Fuller.
rORE FOR RENT STORE ROOM AND
basement. No. l'-M I'.Min avenue, now oc
cupied by C, Woolworlh :u a f.-cent store,
tiiquiivor H. O. HILL. Jji North Waahlngton
j;0!t KENT A LARUE STORE ROOM AT
I 41 Spruce street, tnqnlro at Mi Wyom
L'OR KENT THE FURNISHED RtSI
r deneeoi the it. William w. Hacneaa, IS!
Jelferion avenue, with or n itlioUt barn tn tlie
rear, luquiro oi H. A lnapi, Republican
no R. RENT- LARGE STORE itnoM AND
J iaauuie.it K.. La u avenue, (i root) Ridge.
Eul table fur furniture and i.ti.l. rtisuiu.
Rent lw O. A.i LBAMWATEB.
1MB K2NT TWO-STORY BRICK DWF.I.
Holland." In a letter to tba Phila
delphiu Preae, tbrowa new light on the
I ls m lull.
Uter abowloa how, in various mat-
ter. Mr. t'lvvoland lius buen deceived
by hit triendf, he auys there me re
ptttablamen In New York, emioant
nnanolera, noted merobanta, oooapioa-
ous truiloMuaii and professional men
who have DO doubt that soiuj of those
who uiuiiuued Mr. CleTaland'i cam
paign together with tome of thenu who
aru said to huve permitted Mr. Cleve
land to reap some of tho ndvAiitattes of
slock uiaiiiiKilatioiis, mid who tire
v I frien ls of his, had a perfect Under-
oi'Hii : etandins dui itig the . .i that
housework, , whiitever else was done in the way of
tariff revision one thing should 1)9 ee
cured, nml that was the placing of coal
upon the free list. of course,
Mr. Wbitney'i name i associated
willi this understanding. Ids friends
nro deeply interested ttnaneially In tu"
eiioruiuiH co il mins of the Canadian
provinces, Mr. Whitney's brother,
who it) us able a business man as the
New England States possess, snems to
have given up most of his other inter
ests that ho may develop this glgantifl
combination, lie planned new railroads,
international in the territory to bo tra
versed by them, whoee existence would
bu useless but for this proposed coal
traffic, and be planned these railroads
! an.l thnju -r..ut up'.iomx MM lltWoK
. tied after Mr. Cleveland's election
Success iu the venture is impossible
utilesj the tariff is removed from coal ;
with the tariff off, the New England
States and, perhaps, territory a little
further west, will afford a rich and al
most exclusive market for these mines
of the provinces. None of the reports
affect Mr. Cleveland otherwise tlnn as
showing that some of those who pro
fessed to be his friends hive buen cuu
niug enough and without his inspect
Ing it to overreach him, to inflaenoe
bis judgment, and, in tho case
of the Hawaiian Islands afi'iir, to
huve done it in such a manner as has
brought humiliation upon the A-aor-
Tne following table shows the pi k
iron production in 1S!K1, the second half
ling house: w.d.-rii improvements. 815 I of t he year being estlmate.t :
Forest court Apply to MAURICE "OI.LINs,
atreut. weet Lackawanna avenue.
rpO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
1 Part or all of three hti'idr. .! feel of yard
Aptly at ISM Franklla
..tn along railroa'l
'TO HtNT -STOLE SSxili OR FURNISHED
1 hall on Oreeu Ridge street Very .lira
nle location and on reasonable terms. Appy
to F. E. NETTLETON or C S, V.ouKkLFE,
fpHE ANNI Ai.'sTocKlb.l.tii-.lfs .MEET
I lutr of the Weston Mill ('.. . for t'ne adop
tion of by -laws, election of ollicers. and such
other btuineM as may oonu before the meet
ing, will be held at tbe i'irst National bank at
eiaht o'clock p in.. Saturday. January bltli,
14 A. W. DICKSON, Secretary
rpHE ANNUAL MEETINQ OK THE
I stookholders of the Scranton lUnminat
iiit;. H"al and Fower compuiiy will be held at
the office of the company, IM Wyoming ave
nne, on Tuesday. .Ian 10. Isul. at 4 o'clock v.
u... for the elect nm of directors for the ensn
leg-year and such other business as may come
FREK C HANK, Secretary
Scranton, Pa., Kec. IS, U98,
AN. 4 USs ON AND AFTER THIS KATE
1 will pay no debts unle-s oulitrncted by
eif. JAREI) J. POSTBNS, Uil Soutn
stoentb st.. Philadelphia.
OTb.'E IS HEREBY .il E.N
flrtl half ...
s ad ball .
MS .368 W,U7,CO0 l,iJ0.id
'1 l!A I' THE
firm of 1. A Finon It ComDanr. having
sold their entire plant business and good will
to the Finch stut:fa..ttiring Company, have
thi' day, Deceinber :iutb, lvit. gone out of
bnalnets All persons having claims against
the retiring- Ilrrn are io,itoi ed to present
them .o Mr. Irving A. Kineli. tlirottgh whose
bauds all Inch payments and all collections
will be made
"rpHE SOLDIER IN OUR CSVTIi WAR,'
I containing Frank Leslie's lamotisold
war plctnrea Two volumes folio. Every
paps illustrated. Over 660 pages. As saedn-
cat or it is unexcelled. Sol.! on easy monthly i
payments, both volumes delivered complete. 1
Auuress r.u. nooay, .n. rraneun
ag.-tit (or Nfortheestern Psnniylvanli
QCRANTON WRINOER HOSPITAL, mo
3 Spruce atreet, ground l!o.r. The b -t
sobu white rtthher roller, one dollar each.
Work gnarantesd by tho oldest and only es
pti t wringer repairer in Beranton.
Money to Loan.
tfJLOOu TO JL-'ioii
O mortgage "H,1
TO LOAN ON
Tribune ortb e.
,HR SALE SI.NUI.E HOUSE, WifiOCINOV
J avenue; very desirable location. Aoplf
(i F. REYNOLDS, or Wll.LAHD, WARREN
A K N aPP.
2,B60WrLL BUY MODERN NEWSROOM
9 house, all Improvements; terms easy; cor
ner Madison nvenue and Delewere street. Ap
ply HARRY LEES
m,m WILL BUY VERY DEBTBABLE LOT
O crner Madison avenue and Delaware
street. Terms ussy. Apply
Ciltirteins n Younir Lady.
' She would be n pretty girl for but one
"What's that?'' asked Charley.
.Gorge Her lace is always covured with
purple mid rod blotches.
Charley Ob, timts easily enough dis
posed of. Used to ba tho same way my
self, but 1 caught on to the trouble one
day, and got rid of it, in no time.
fieorge What was it?
barley -.Simplv blood eruptions. Took
A short Course of P. P. 1. I tell TOO, it's
3be boss blood corrector. The governor
butl rheumatism so bail that you could
hear him holler ciour across the country
every tiine he moved. Ho tried it, nnd
you know what an athlotio old (tent he is
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
u pointer, sho would thank them after
wards. All the drug storos sell it,
Philadelphia Tallow Markst.
Paii.ADF.Li'niA. Jan. II. Tallow was
firmer, with n better demand. Prices were:
Prime city, in hogsheads, fttje.: prime
country, in hogsheads, Sc. do. dark, in
hogsheads, 4Xc: cakus, S)c. ; grease, -I .
H. I S
Those who have used Dr. King's New
discovery know its value, and those who
have not. Imvo now tho opportunity to try
it Free. Call on the ndvertised Druggist
and got a Trial Ilottle, Free. Send your
'tame and addrese to II. F Huckleu & Co ,
'Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Free, ns well ns n
:'opy of Uuide to Health mid ilouehohl
Instructor, Free. All of which is guaran
teed to do you good and cost you nothing.
work. Nenrly tlvo hundred men are still
Several mills in tho Phouix Iron works
that have been closed for some tints opened
this wed., and moro men are going to work
The Pennsylvania railroad has uban
dnned the tiunscontiuental tours projected
for this wiutor.
Henry Schoeuhuls foroman Ilonry Krug
Packing CO., St. Joseph, Mo. uses Dr.
Th inns' iJclectriu oil with his men tor
uprsins, cuts, bruises, chapped bauds, etc.
1 1 is the best.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stock and Fundi
New Yoiik. Jan. 11. After a rather
weak opening nud a decline of i to k per
cent, tho stock market showed a little
more strength owiug to u rise In Sugar.
This led tu some covering in Western
Union mid other prominent stocKs and
the early loss was regained. Later on a
demonstration was made against Man hat
tan which decliuod to il--,. Tbo stock
was sold on the introduction of the bill at
Albany to Compel tho omrauy to Charge
hut. one faro on City and suburban roads.
.Northern Pacific issues, however, Were
really weak features of the day. The com
niou sold tlowu to 4(L preferred i:i .
Tho foreigners sold these securities prob
ably on tho letter of Receiver House, w hich
shows that the Immediate necessities of
the company are oven greater than at It 1st
supposed. Louisville and Nashville de
clined from IT', to 414 on tho ganornl be
lie!' that the company would pass its divi
dend. T his was subsequently coulirmed.
The statement of the company issued by
tlie directors late today showed a surplusof
11,108,109 for the six mouths ended Deo. SI,
I6V8, against 11,945,541 for the smuo period
last yesr. Atchison, llenernl Electric,
Union I'acitic, Western Union and the
l Imagers were all tpjite weak during the
afternoon, 'ihn declluo in these stocks
ranged from to l per cent, and was most
pronounced in Lackawanna, winch full
107 to 164 ou sales of lull shares of eti.ck.
In the Una) dealings there was a rally of
to per cent, due to covering of short
contracts. The market left off tolerably
Arm. New Changes for the day outside of
Lackawanna and Manhattan were ) to 9
per cent Total sales were Btnaller than
yesterday, looting up I48.BA1.
The foil wing complete table showing the
day's thictuations in active Htocks P. supplied
and revi.e.l daily by LaUar Fuller, stock
brokers, rji Wyoming arenas
Open- Hluh- Low ClOS
lug, est. est., jig,
... 2s is a n
... sl'i KM siw
... IH4 IPif, lUt), HJt,
... 4Siu 4'tfa 4812 i
...11.'. US llliw Hit,
... "Ai W114 tm us-
...74 TU, TU4 7s
. ii.il., uiii;, SiU mai
,.. 314, ait; 3ii.;'
,..U" Bli" la l:u
nil if.i b;i lot
. . . SON 2Mf
... 14 14
... :ni 3nli
Am Cot od
A. T. S. V
Ceu. N. .1
Chic. & N. W ...
p., B. at Q
C , 0 . 0, it St I
1 ol . H..ck Val.
K. . II
K . L. Jt W
1). A- CP.
O. E. Co
Lake Shore IV.'
L AN 43iv
Miss. Pao a
Nat. Lead 25
N. Y. ,V N. E lUjl
N. Y. Central I7H
N. Y..O. & W ltlH
N. Y..S. A V.
U. s. c. Co
(forth ia..-. pf IBM
Rock Island uj
SI . Paul sMi
T.,C. 1 15M
Texas i- Pac
Union I'ac is
Wabash, pr IM
W. t nlon Si.
W. ft L. E 18
W. & L. E. pi 48N
1S IS)4 lsti ISfs
The WilkeaBarra nnd Wyoming
Valley Traction company now operates
48g miles of road. The gross receipt
nf tbe traction company for 1893 were
tfull),'.i27 from passenger tratti.', with a
few hundred dollars from other sources.
The operating expenses war" (140,240,
leaving net earnings, $102,739, The
intereston bonis and loans Ws (99,
800, leaving a surpln of 183,444 Av
eruge daily receipts for 1898, 151.85,
In view of the intention of tbo Read,
ing management to launch another re.
organization plan nt somi tints in th"
near future, Mr. Kica's position us--urues
soiti J importance. Mr. BlOB as
serted recently that reorganization was
needless and that the Beading conld
extricate itself from its diffionltise by
wise and economical management, The
concensus of opinion in financial cir
cles in Philadelphia, according to the
Tine s, is, however, that an early reor
ganization would be best for all inter
ests, and it is believed that -Mr. Rice
will yield to this sentiment and confine
his intention for the present to secur
ing a judicial investigation of the nl
legel McLeod speculations and tba
punishment of the c.i -president if the
court adjudges him guilty of wrong
doing. A report was current in Philadelphia
y.-sterday that the Beech Creek rail
i-osd bad 60t the freight rate on bitu
minous coal to tidewater to 00 cents a
ton. No 0fliji.1l in position to spoak
with knowledge conld be found, and
opinion was divided as to tho truth of
tho st dement, if the reduction Ims
ben made tho prices of pes nnd bnok
wbeiir, coals will stiller in consequent:-.,
aa bitnmioona will be given the pref
erence, owing to its cheapness.
According to a current estimate, the
city of Uetroit now consumes 5.000
barrels of crude petndem daily. Most
of it is need in industrial furnaces,
where cosl heretofore supplied heat
Tbo petroleum supply comes from the
( Mio and Illinois oil Helds, the prin
cipal centers of which are at Lima and
Keystone respectively. It come by rnil
in tank cars which have a capacity
ranging from eighty to l!io barrels. Tho
principal consumer purchase di
rectly from the oil lields in cur
lots, but there are two dealers
who retail in less quantities,
and whose nggregite daily sties
Bre about 'J10 barrels. The cost of pe
ti oleum deli vnrsd in the city in oar
loads US about 70 cents per birrel,
so that tba annual onnsumtrtloo is in
the neighborhood of 11,988,000. M. M.
Fisher, a large manufacturer, says:
"We tried soft cosl for a time but it
could not innks steam enough. Crude
petroleum was then usi with satisfac
tory results up to the present time, I
consider that the economy comes from
tho saving of labor, which ii about $200
per annum, and tbe uniform energy of
the oil, which is about 98 per cent, over
Transcontinental lines have reached no
agreement yet In regard to passenger
It Is denied that Chnrles Parsons will
form a voting trust in New Rngluud stock.
Tho foundation walls for tho now round
house of the Wilkes Bane mid Hastern
railroad at l.aflin are completed. Tho
round house will hotis.. fifteen engines.
Fulls of coal killotl Michael ( 'honey nnd
fatally hurt AYilliam Denglur in two Sha
Manufacturers of various classes in
western Pennsylvania aro endeavoring to
unite their opposition to the Wilson turlff
The now bonrd of mine inspector exam
iners will meet at Pottsvilleon Feb. 17 to
exntiiluo candidates for inspector to suc
ceed tho lato Batons! Gar,
Niniey-uino employes of tho Heading
rntltoad car shops in Keadiug were sus
pended Tuesday night ou accouut of -lack
Fcranton Wholtsals Harkets.
Pcraxtok. .Ian. 11 FRUITS asd Pro
oi'Cg uried applea per lb., 8a7C! vp
(.rated spples, ba'Jo. per lb.; Turkish
. 4 Lcglish currants, 4a4!j'.j
layer raisins, l.yi'as.iin; muscatels, S1.4U
I.5U per box; new Valencia, '.; ,c
Hkass Marrowfatii,2.t)0a2.65 per bushel;
PitAS-ilreen, ll.80a1.SO per bushel jspllt,
t8.60aS.00i lentela, tsaioc. per poand.
Potatoks tlaiOc, psr bnsheh
Oxioss 7a75c. per bushel.
Bi.'TTBii OOaSoa. per lb.
Chxxsc ltialSc. psr lb.
Euos fresh. 24c; pickled, 19c.:
Ubats natns, 10)fai large, 10c;
skinnnd bami, inc.; California bams,
He; shoulders, 8o.: dry salted bellies,
!',e.; smoked breakfast buoon. 12o.;
fresh pork loins, UJVo.; "Wyomiug" pork
sausage, He.; Wyoming homo mail" sau
sage, 8-pound p.iil, larded, lie,; butch
ers' Bntissgo, Mj., our own make; fresh
pork shoulders, 7,-d'c.: fresh pigs' feet.
Be.) fresh pigs' heads, BCJ freeU spnrs
ribs, 8a; frekh leaf lard, 11c : lresh
kidneys, 8c. doa.1 rough sausage
meat, 8X0.1 tongoe, bjc.;plncKs, ec.oacn;
whole hogs, Tvjc.
POBX Mass at $17; shortcut, $18.
Lars Leaf In UaNts at 9)fc.i la tubs,
9Ke.i in 10-pound paila, loxci in8ponna
puiln, lOffc.) -pound pails. 10f per
Bikv Choice sugar cured, smoked beef,
Poui.Tnr Chlekms, Halite; turkey,
ISaWXs.) dncks. 18a IBs.
Flour Minnesota patsnt, per barrwl.
I4.40a4.804 Ohio and Indiana amber, at
$3.75; (irabam at 13.50; rye Hour, at
BvOEwaiAi 1'i.oun 8S.90par cwt.
FkEii-Mlxed, per cwt., ttllM.
tlRAlx- Rye, DM.1 COrn, 4Wto5J.; oats,
Un4.ric. per bushel.
llVK STRAW Per ton, $13r10.
llAV-Por ton. 11018
Scranton. .fun. II
1 s are supplied and
1. ir r tin. r. siook m
1 1 ATS.
sil RT BIBB
and Provl linns.
TI.e following .U"t
e .rroct. ,1 dally bv La
oksrs181 Wyoming ave
Chicesk Moderate demand, firm; large,
UallJic; fancy, llKp.; do. small, lla!2;c. :
part skims, 4al0o. ; full skims 2a2tl1c.
Eoos Mr.dernte demand, steady; stnto
ice house, I2al7c; limed, 15al0c; west
n;freei.,i'.i ,.:ic; do. secoudu, per catt ,
$2.50a;i.00; southorn, lUa20tfc.
For Kheutnntisul, Lumbago, Neuralgia,
Cramp and Colic there isuorimedv super
ior tothogeuuiuti.Dr. Thomas'Glectrlc Oil.
Aau swossrtbsr of Thi IWONNaaMii se-
CltlV II fllillfc of folic Illilf coil COIIPIOIH
11 , 1 , ' . . - , ,1 . lilllu ,.. .',11 .,,.. .... .-.,.
barrel of flow aud li cents on saolk I071 of
A STUDY IN SCARLET
A STUDY IN SCARLET
A STUDY IN SCARLET
Nw York Froduos Markat.
Naw Yoiix. Jan. II, Flour Very
QUiett Winter wheat, low grades, f'.'.UUa
2.45; do. fair to faucy, t8.4oal3.7o.
Wheat (niel, lower; Na 9 rod, Janu
nry.OO'lic.; Fobruar.v, 07,'Vc; March, (Wc'
May, :n,c: Juno, 71 Xe.; July n:c.;
Coun Dull, steady; January, 41 4,0. ;
February. $9KC, March, 4HRc. ; April,
44c. ; May, 44 Wc '
Boats Spots dull, weak nt options, ipilet,
easier January, 8ls'"i February, BBko. I
.March, 34jc.; May, 84L;c. ; No. 2 w bite.
Fcbunry, 35a85Vc. : olosingHO),'.
Bnar QUlet steady, family, $llnl3;.
extra mess, xrR 50.
Hkki- Haus tJnlet; llrnier attlitalO.,10.
Trial so Bh-rf Dull, city extra India
mnsH ; t . 'D
C'tiT Meath-DuII, firm, pickleil DSlllaa
H9 TWct pickled shouJdsrs,80Va; pickled
hams Unlike; middles nomlnnL
La hp -Quiet, easier; western steam,
closed at BB.08 ssked; city, B8 January,
closed $, nominal; February, closed, $8.35,
nominal; May closed, 18.31), nominal; re
lluud, quiet: coutlneut, 0. 10; Houtb Atner
ica, 10, fid: compound, fluOo.
Pork-Quiet) steady; mess, tl4.50ai:..
Buttkh yniot; fancy about steady
state dairy, l7aS4n. ;do. creamery, 18a'J8c.
WM tm dairy, 15ial8a; do., creamery, 18
s25Wc; do., factory, Mal7c; elgins,
SBalOke,) Imitation creamery. lOalOc. trolls,
WHAT IS IT I
WHAT IS IT ?
WHAT IS IT ?
Look at This
for a New Year s
Bargain. It Will
At These Prices You
Electric Seal Capes, 18 Inches,
14.49; formerly 10.
Astrakhan ( apes, IK inche8,f6.49;
Mink Gapes, 18 inches, 812; for
Crimmer Capes, 18 inches, $0.49;
Rnssian Lynx Military Capes, 22
Inches, $6.98; formerly $12.
Electric Seal Military Capes, 22
inches, $9.49; formerly $1.
Forty dozen Assorted Mutt's at
$1.49; formerly $3.
Fifteen dozen Vssoiied Children's
Sets at 98c.; formerly 12.50.
A fine I'd of Sleigh Koberf, plush
lined, al each.
Plush and cloth Coats sold at your
Millinery almost given away.
HIGHEST PRICES PJUO FOR R.W FURS.
138 Wyoming Ave.
Connolly & Wall
COATS JACKETS CAPES
ALL THIS SEASON'S STYLES.
HALF PRICE RULES
$25 GARMENTS FOR $12.50
18 GARMENTS FOR 9.00
12 GARMENTS FOR 6,00
8 GARMENTS FOR 4.00
5 GARMENTS FOR 2.50
$20 GARMENTS FOR $10,00
15 GARMENTS FOR 7,50
10 GARMENTS FOR 5.00
0 GARMENTS FOR 3.00
4.50 GARMENTS FOR 2.25
This is a bona-fide reduction, and the greatest cut ever made in this class of good3.
NOLLY & WALLACE 509 5!H 4VE
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Fill DAY, JAN. ,
Freeman's Fun Makers
In the Furiously I'uuny I uno Comedv,
A RAILROAD TICKET
Wbich scored eucli a tremendous
success bere four weeks ago.
sal.- ofasets Wednesday.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATURDAY, JAN 18.
The awful tornado. Tito
Kteat rigging scone, ' tars
roriing s monster ball Tbe
collision of two ocean liners
nt full apoeu. Tbe miulity
open sea hi-oho, with waves
running mountain high, Dlsi
acting room of a msdlcal
co11k Chicago harbur at
night and many other scent.-
Seats ou lalfl Thurs.l
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
MONDAY, JAN. 15,
OSCAR WILDE'S PLAT,
Lady Vindermere s Fan
Direction of ('has I'robuiau.
Performed for 900 nights at Palmer's
Theater. New York.
The grentdft sociil on: -lv sines
Shcridau's "School for Scandal."
Regular prices. Sale opens Friday.
3 W iJ
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable a3 aSourenir of the Fair.
(.M-ITF, FSY WHEN VOL KNOW HOW
$300 IN PBI2KH WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE DOlXti THI;
PUZZLE IX THE SHORTEST SPACE OF TIME,
FOR SALE BY ALL NEWS COMPANIES STATIONERS AND AT TOY
STORES, Oft NEXT TO ANY ADDRESS UPON RECEIPT OF
PRICE, '1 CENTS, BY
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO,
1 1 J AND 1U SOUTH EUTAW STREET, BALTIMORE. MD.
Prom ! X V. r, .tunc, Ren I
K, II. BROOKS, Snpt and Lecturer.
1IAKKV THOltNR SWife Manager.
Wack commracing MOMOAV, JANUAKY 8
Tha Or Sat Emotional Actres',
MISS I'LORA STANFORD,
Henry Oomedy Oom'ny.
Monday, Tuesday end Wednssd ay
EAST - LYNNE
Thursday) Friday and Saturday.
PRIDE AND POVERTY.
lOoetobaek of balcony; BOo to front of
bfjUooQy fttad roar parqiutioi opon ciMirts
Porfonnanooi at Mil uuJ pnii fours
i ; n at i 4) and
That We we bssdqoartsrs for sverythlng In
thaltneol wau hks If youbavaanv Idaa
..f purchasing ear kind of s watch, inJVs or
gent's. Hold or Silver, you will iiuketi irriev
oils mistuhe It you do not give us a .-all anil
get our pries, wlti. h ..u will find far 1ml,, w
all otnera, I'Hpenlallv in all the hilfli gi'Sdesof
I ' -i Walthttin and llmupd.'ti novemsnts
If you hae any doublH and aru at. all posted
on prices gl . .' una call and w.t will have no
treuhls in convincing you. Won till hu ea largo
stock to dlsp i-e ol, and will offer vou WOU1
dcWul lliduceineuts in Jewelry, Bilverware,
Cloaks and all other kooiJh wltt.-ti we tin s o lu
C. W. Freeman
lVnu Ave. and Spruce Bt,
HE DUTHEIL STUDIO,
OIK LACKAWANNA AVIIIIDB,
1U M WANTON, PA.
d . y vAylKQ MADF. a contract with a
Y H fratno factory to turn out 1.000
ri p frames between now ami Ohrisl
tints, I Uh toannounce to the pub
li' that I will make a HENlTNli
L'KAYON HOKTHAIT copied fr. tn
iinv naall one ABBOLUTKLV PBB1 OF
l.ATISI STY I .IN OK I-ItAMKS IKOM
a'J.fto i i it vhi.
l-'rauies 30 per cent. lon than regular price.
E DUTHEIL, Artist
90G South Washington Avenue,
rontrnctor ami liulldrr of Concrete Flogging,
I'oncrete Bl.mks, Potato, butter an I Coal
Hlns, Wet Ollaia drieJ up. Orders may bs
left at Thompaoa & Pratt, Will anis A Co.,
Main and Kynon 8trmt or at Scranton
Ktovo Works. Also Foundations, Cistarna,
Klsh Wire Tunnultand Colflns. Flagging for
Wcsk Commencin,1! Jan. 8, '94.
The l'iiti.iualil,i l.lou
nn.l other attractions
IN THE THEATER.
Satire new show, ah new faces. Adnls.
alon to all purls of the honsi 1 i N ceute.
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
Prices very n souublo. Space
will not permit us to luention the
good tuni:s for a Christmag din
ner. Stock is complato. Anything
tu be fouml in a lirst class uiuikvt.
W. H. PIERCE,
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
Msnufacturcrs ami Doalers I
Burning, All QanJ
Also Shafting and Journal Greasa.
OFFICB.-7JI West Uckawsnna Ave.
WUUKS: -Meridian Sir jet
"CHICAGO, Oct 31. Phe first Mllcial
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on Hour has been made. A
medal has been awarded by tha
Woild's Fair judges to the flour manu
factured by the Wash bam, Crosby Co ,
in tbe prost WRshburn Flour Mills.
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the flour strong nnd pure, and entitlee
it to rank as first -class patsnt ttmir for
family and bakers' u-
& CON N ELI
WHOLESALE At. i nt
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brands of Hour enn be bad tit any of the following merchant,
who will accept The TftlBDNS FLOUB COUPON of S3 on each one hundred pounds
of tlour or .",0 on ench barrel of tlour.
Beranton P. P, Frio, Washington avenue,
(iol.l Modal 111 mid
Hyd. t'.irk -Carson A Hi. vie, Washburn St.
Hold Kedsl Brsnd; JflotpB a m. ji ,
avonue, Superlative Hrau.l
linen Kldge A.L.Speti.-er.i iol.l Medal llrand.
Dnnmore F. P. Pnoa Uold Medal Brand.
ilyphaut .latues .luidau, Superlative Bland
Dnnmpre-F, U. Manley. Superlative Brand.
Pruvideuc. Feansr S ChappelLB Msitiave
uue. Superlative llrand ;(.. .1. Uillespie, W.
Market street, Hold Medal Hi aid.
PockvUle -Shaft", r
II. iI'.CS, lulu
I). Winters ,v Co
U. S Clark, Hold Usdal Brjiid
I N. Foster A Co. Hold Medal
W.P. Schenck Stiiwi-latHo Hrau.l
Dalton- S. t. 1 inn A- Son, Oold Medal llrand
Oouhlsboro-8 A. Adams, Gold Ksdsl Brand
Tobyhanna Tobvhauua A Lehwh LutubJ
Co , Cold Medal hraiiil.
133 Pens Avenue. 103 Wyoming Avenue.
Goods at the merest fiaoticu of their valu?. Goods for the kitchen. Goods
for tbe Garden. Goods f or the workshop. Goods for every day. Thousands
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Pins, 4 papers for .". cents.
Mutches, li boxen lor 5 cent.
Household Ammonia, large slza. Scents.
Beet French Blaakbig, 4 cents, worth ID cents.
Best Machine OU, 4 OsnSS,
M yards Spool (,'ottou, in Beats n dozsn.
Knlvee and Forks, :'M cents to 8160.
Bread Knives. 10 cents to SO cents.
Op sheets good Writing Paper, Beeata
to good Envelopes, I cents.
Blacking Brushes, 10 cents up.
All kinds of Ha.r, Tooth, Horse nnd Clothis
Suspenders, f, cents to SO cents.
Men's one-balf Hou, good heavy goods,3 pairs
Men's OSS hSlf BOSS, very heavy, flue goods,
8 ouncul'acks, 4 papers for .'. .-ents.
Hninrners, 4, 10. IB, BV SO, a", and W nts.
Saws 15, iO. 2S, 30. S5. 40, 45, 50, 7i cents ani
Planes, i,', cents to J t.
Squares. 10 cents to 81
A good list of Bits, 81 W: a bargain.
Chisels, all sites, from ISo. up.
Sail Irons, cheap.
Dinner Pails. Bl cents up.
Boys' Cloth Hats. " centa; cheap.
Men's lists, SO cenU to 81.
Tea Spoons, 0 for Bt ceuta; douplo plated
We sell thcte spoune, giving the buyer tka
privilege of returning them after one year's
use, if not satisfactory. They contain no
hi ass or copper.
Focketlooks, 0, .. 10, 'JO. 40 and SOcenU
A good l: i for $1, fully warranted.
It. i Strops of all kinds.
member the place: 133 PENN AVE, 1 03 WYOMING AVE.