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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNINtf, JANUARY 13. 1894.
Wanti of all kinds cost that much, cx
Cfpt Situation n'anled,ichich art insti led
S'"TvATIWrWANTED BY A BUTCHER
2ti years old who umlersUndj the bust
liege) oan give referiMioo it required. Addrosa
ta," box 'A Taylor, Pa.
WANTt'.D-A YOUNG WOMAN WISHES
to read to elderly ludy or gentleman u
few hours each day. Address header, PUU
tou. Pa. (
UfANTED-A SITUATION BY A A1AK
ried man. aged 'Ji: Ha a fair education
uud can give the best of reference in regard to
c haracter. Has bad experience as clerk in
store, as farmer and as school teacher, Ad
dreas N. N., Tribune office.
V A NTEDBTaT Ml Tub LK AGED LADY
t position a IMMMMpei or QtltM
t.-nnj fur nurelug, !8 pjr week. He oieuce
glvcu. Addroas, Houaekeepjr. Tribune oilier.
'clTI'AflOS WAN 1 1 1 A 3d EKK'A N MAN
i? US veais ot age ai d married, to act aa
or talesman, A, io. 1
Ki '1 rlbune ofllc v
U 'ANTED SITUATION GOOD PIAN
ist, .. ,l- well up lu show busi
nesi. T. M ., Tribune o'Bce
ll'AXTED-VOUN'O LADY DKSlKtS A
II position lu office as Uunogravdier and
typewriter. Will work for the experience she
vtuuldgaiu. Would prefer a place Hat in a
few weeks would receive salary. Address A.
B , Tribune office.
FUlY SALE FINE' 'UP RIG H"t"p1AN O AT
a bargain. Mi .letlersitn avenue.
50B SALE -- BS-ACRB FARM, STOCK
I1 and utenslla. J M. SHEFFIELD, M
Monro; ave. i
-OR SALE HOWLING -M.'.I.V i'lX
1 turoi, comp ete. 30i tenter street, city.
J'OR SALE OKB M'.W YOST TYPE
I writer, also jiioiiou- Abbott cheek punch,
at a bargain. Address H. J., care Tribune of
fice. L'Olt SALE OR EXCHANGE Fori SCRAN
" ton property A bearing orange- grovu
'increasing in promotion und value yearly ul
the orange section in Florida. Addres F. E.
METTLETuN". Lak. Helen. Fioriua
Alms and Purposes ot the Antliraclle
Coal Operators' Association.
DEFINED AT THE GOTHAM MEETING
While Willing to Co-operate with the
Large Companies the Association
Does Not Propose to Let Theso
Companies Steal a March on Its In
dividual Members Other Live News
Relating to the Contemporary In
'c'i'OKE PoS KI'.'nT-STOrITrOOM AND
0 basement. No. 123 Peau avenue, now oc
cupied by C. S. Woolworth as a il cent store.
Inquire of B, 0. HILL, 131 North Washington
HOB KENT - A LARGE STOKE ROOM AT
1 Spruce itrect. Inquire at 114 Wyom
ftOB KENT - THE FURNISHED RtSL
f deuce of the late William W Manness, 127
Jefferson avenue, with or without barn lu tho
rea- Inquire ot H. A. Kuapp, Republieun
"POR RENT-LARGE STOREROOM ND
1 taeoinent I) ke in aveuue.t-reen Ridge
t-uitable for tnrnituie and und rt iking.
Kent low. O. A. C l.E Art V ATER.
POR RENT-TWO-STORY BRICK DWEL
I ling house; modern improvi'inerTta. 313
Foreat court Apply to MAURICE COLLINS,
agent, Tsu West Lackawanna avenue.
rpo LET FOR AJEKM OF YEAH8
1 Part or ail of three hundred feet of yard
100m along railroad. Apply at IM Franklin
RENT-STOKE 26x9(1 OK FURNISHED
hall on flreen Rida stn'Ot. Very deslra-
ole location and on reasonable terma. Apply
toF. E. NETTLETON or C. S. WOODRUFF,
.Tin imam 1 ,i i.-
Ilia AK.IVilU U 1 V. 1 . . !,.. '
nf tha . ' Mill f . f,ii , I . . . ,.H.-,,,
titiiiof bv-luws. election of nfflllAM mill mieh
other business as may come before the meet
ing, will be held ut the First National bank at
eight o'clock p. in., Suturdav, January j 10.
1S91. A. W. DICKSON, Secretary.
LECTION NOTICE - THE ANNUAL
I 1 meeting of the stockholders of the Scran
ton Stove Works will be hald at til office of
the company in Scrantou Saturday. Jan. 13,
UN, at 'IM p. m. A. p FULLER.Secretary
Scruuton. Pa.. Dec s, MM.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
I I Hrm of I. A. Finch & Company, having
Mild their entire plant business and goodwill
to the Finch Manufacturing Company, havo
this day, December Ben, IMj gone out of
business All persons having claims against
the retiring llrni are reques ed to present
them o Mr. Irving A. Finch, through whose
hands all such payments and all collections
will be made.
"THE SOLDIER IN' OUR CIVrL WAR.'
J containing Frank Leslie's famous old
war pictures. Two volumes folio. Every
page illustrated. Over USD pages. Asauedu
cat or it is unexcelled Sold on easy monthly
payments, both volumes delivered complete.
Address P.O.Moody. J, Fraimlln avenue,
agent lor Northeastern Pennsylvania.
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT HI,
corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue Twenty meal ticket tor 3.oO Good
table board .
0 Spruce atreet, ground floor.
1 lie best
olid white rublier rollers, nno dollar each.
Work guaranteed by the oldest and only el
pert wringer repairer in Scranton.
Reii tit ate.
L'OR SALE-SINGLE HOUSE. tmiyUlNOV
J avenue: very aesirable location. Anply
G F ItEYNOLDS, or WILLARD, WAKKEN
V'.'.UjOWILL IiUY MOD URN NEWS-BOOM
O house, all improvements; terms easy; cor
net Madisou avenue and Delaware street. Ap
ply HARRY LEES
yl.-WU WILLbUV VEKV DESIRABLE LOT
'? corner Madisou avenue and Delaware
atreet Terma easy Apply
CANTAO-FOR MEN ONLY OKKATEST
lij restorer and developer known, strenglitj
eus, invigorates. Price 12 Guaranteed -ssend
stamp for confidential circular Dr. H T.
MILLER, 21 y i:im- strdet. Chicago.
LADIES TONTE IS THE ONLY SI C
cesBful Bust Developer known Never
fails HMb Full confidential particulars
s ealed i for 2e. stamp Mrs. Dr. H. T. Miller,
21 Qnincy St.. Chicago.
New York Produce Market.
Nw Yoiuc. Jan. l'A Floor-DuII,
WHKAT-Motlerateiy active, firmer. No.
2 red, store and elevator, 66Hfa6fic.:
afloat, 698680.; f. 0. b., 7a68c.: No. 3
red, 1. : ungradetl red, 6i.'KaCc. ;
No. 1 northern, 2a7J,Vc. ; options ?ery
dull, ,'aXc higher, closing firm. No. 8
red closed, JHnunry, February,
67kc.; Marob, 68Kc! May, 71c; June,
7l)c.: Jaty J2Jic. ; Deceruber, 77o.
corn Dull, unchanged iteady; No. 2,
ljc. elevator, 49Xc afloat: ungraded
mixed, 41a42H'c; options mill, closing
steady and unchanged: January, 414'c. ;
February. 42c; March, 43)c.: April,
4-U,c: May, 44 c.
UAT8 Dull, weak: optlonn, doll, firm
er; January, 88,Vcj February, 8SKc;
March, 8430.; May, 84Jo.; spot prices:
No. 2, aici No. S wfiite, 35c;
o. 2 Chicago, 8iVa; No. 8, 32c, ; No. H
white, 83c.; mixed western, oa8a; white
do.. 35h40c; Whit state, 85a40c
bKEF Hams guiet. Arm, $10alO.GO.
Tiekoro Hekk- Inactive.
Cut Meats More demand, firmer,
pickledbelllea, 7Jc; pickled shoulder?,
etfo.1 pickled hama9n9)Vc.
Lard Nearby firm, futures easier;
western steam closed at 8.65n8.W!j city,
8 : aabtfo: option Sales, none: refined, quiet:
continent. $9.10: Houth America, )U.SU:
Point Quiet; firm; moss, 14.B0al5.
Bitter Quiet; fancy, steady.
t'HKESK Fair fleniand.
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know it value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunity to try
H Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
and get a Trial Botyle, Free. Send your
name and address to H. E. Bucklen & Co ,
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Fills, Free, as well as a
copy or Guide to Health and Hon-ehold
Instructor, Free. ' All of which it guaran
teed to do you good and coat you nothing.
Matthews Bros. Drugstore.
This is how tho Philadelphia Times
looks at it: "The independent opera
tors of the anthracite coal tra le.known
as the Anthracite Coal Operators' as
sociation, held a very largely attended
meeting in New York. The orgnniz.t
tiou is new. It was formed for the pur
pose of protecting; tho interests of its
menbers. Its membership constitutes
almost the entire iudepeudetit interest.
Last year independent operators pro
duced ttbont 10,DUO,000 tons out of the
43,000,000 tones miued. Heretofore in
dependent operators have alwayu been
considered a part of the company over
whose lines they ship. They have al
ways hseu very aggressive and the
"shipping companies have often found
it impossible to prevent them rrom
overproducing an! cutting prices.
I Their organization recognizes that it
is better to ttecuro a profit on a smaller
tonnago than to put out a large ton
nae with little or uo profit. With
this as a basis they propose to heartily
co operate with the shipping compan
ies. Restriction will be the basis of
their plan. They agree not to produce
more than thoir proportionate rate.
For example, if the sales agents should
put tho trade on a 00 per cent produc
tive basis for the mouth the independ
ent operators woul J expect to confine
their mining within that limit. While
the independent operators' organizi
tion will co-operate with the compan
ies, it will also look sharply ufter the
interests of its members, seeing that
they obtain all they are justly entitled
to iu the way of output."
Among those holders of New Eug
1 aid securities who signed a petition to
the court asking to have Thomas C.
Piatt made permanent receiver wss
Russell Sage. The latter has a large
interest in the bon Is of the' company
which c ime into his possession when
be and Jay Gould were actively Inter
ested in the road. It is not generally
known that Mr. Sige continued to
hold these bonds, and the fact that he
does explains the interest shown by
him in Mr. McLeod's pland for the ex
tension of the New England system
Much significance Is. attached to the
fact that Mr. Sage desires the appoint
ment of Mr. Piatt for permanent re
ceiver. Says the Stockholder: ''There is no
longer reason to donlit that the rela
tions of the Lehigh Valley and Jersey
Central railroads have been seriously
strained, and the breach is likely to be
widened through the present struggle
for business The competition between
the two companies must necessarily be
-harp, with, however, the result ae
disastrous to one as to the other. The
fight for coal traiiic is already on, and
indications are that it will continue
ind -finitely, increasing in severity as
the dull period approaohes. Aside
from the fact that the two roads are
natural competitors, the action of the
Jersey Central during tne recent
Lehigh Valley strike has inteusifi id the
feeling of dissatisfaction between the
compantei. That this is true is shown
by President Wilbur's annual report, in
which he Bays.referring to the transfer
of bis road's New York connections
from the Jersey Central to the Penn
sylvania: "During the strike we
found it impossible to continue to run
our Ireight trains between Jersey city
and Rosello over the tracks of the Cen
tral Railroad of New Jersey. That
company first positively declined to
furnish pilots for our trains, and sub
sequently gave ub such hesitating and
qunlifi'd assurance of aid as to be prac
tieally of uo avail ; and although every
effort was made by us to put traina
over their line between the points
named, little could be done owing to
the hostility of their employes and the
apparent indifference of their operating
Statement of shipments of anthracite
coal (approximated) for week ended
Jan. !, 1894, compared with the corre
sponding period last year:
returned to work the first of this month
they were reduced to 7 cents. Their wages
now will be i)i cents per 100 pounds.
The National Tube works, at Pittsburg,
will resume operatiors next Monday.
There are at present about 800 men em
ployed in making repairs und getting
things in roadinoss. When the mills are
running full about 0,000 employes will be
lu thousands of cases the enre of a cough
is the preventive of consumption. The
surest cough medi ine lu tht world Is Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Bold by all
dealers on a guarantee of satisfaction.
aU7,tKf Inc. Si,uau
freneral Freight and Paaieuger
Agent Berriman, of the Bech Creek,
says the report that the company has
been cutting prices is one which 19 cir
cnlated each calendar year. Sometimes
it relates to his company aud at other
times to other ompanies. There is
absolutely no truth in the report.
The New Haven road has notified
the New E-igbwd that hereafter it will
require the prepayment of all freight
received from the New England for
points on the line of the New Raven
road, or, iu other words, Boston mer
chants shipping to New Haven points
via tho New England must prepay all
Minor Industrial Nkws:
The bituminous coal that is used for fir
ing locomotives on the Lnbigh Valley
railroad la mixed with anthracite one
barrow full of bituminous to throe of an
thracite. The output of pig Iron did not Increase
Id December, but stocks did slight ly. The
weekly capacity of the furnaces in hlaat is
less than 100,000 tons, so that in December
tho country was consuming iron at the
rate of about 5,1X10. 000 tons per annum, or
something more than half the consumption
of IbWiund 1898.
Receiver Payne.of the Northern Pacific ,
says tbo earnings on the average per day
are from 40 to 45 per cent below those of
The Allentown Spinning company has
announced n reduction of 10 per cent, la
wages. Oyer 400 employes are affected.
Iteiug unable to procure work and hav
ing uo fuel to keep himself and family
warm, George Kline, a resident ot Allen
town, on Thursday stole some coal. He
was arretted and Alderman McUloskey
sent him to jail for ten days.
Davey it Wesley, thn well known rock
contractors, of Wllkas-Barre, have taken n
contract for the sinking of a slope 1,000
feot In length in the interior of No. 5 col
liery of the, Delaware & Hudson Coal com
pany ut Plymouth. They are now sinking
the mammoth Maxwell shaft at Ashley.
Thn wire drawers employed nt the Brad
duck Wire works, at Hnnkm. were notified
that their wga would be cut Si per cent.
They accepted the reduction end returned
to work. A year ago they were receiving
75 ' cents per 100 pounds, aud wheu Uiey
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and. Ponds
New York. Jan. 12. A better tone
characterized the dealings at the Stock
Exohnuge todav, except in the case 01
Louisville & Nashville, which fell from
to40;i with astibieqaent recovery to
42 The improvement ranged from to
per ceut. The market closed linn and
U to2?J per cent, higher than last nigh'.
Total sales were 120,231 shares.
The foil wing comploto table showing the
duv's fluctuations in active stocks is supplied
and revised daily by LaUar & Fuller, stock
oioKers, ill Wyoming avenue:
Am Cot. Oil '.H
Am Sugar. "l'-i
A. T. . F lul$
Can. So ti
Con. N. J 11 ttZ
Chic. & N, W..
C, B. a y
0.. C. C i. St. L.
( id , Hock.Val. & T
D. A; H IM-
D,, L. & W
D. & 0. F mi
O, E. Co N
Lake Shore ttlfa
L. A M 4ltf
Hiss. Pile tm
K, Y. & N. K lls
S, Y. Central 7?g
N. Y.. O. & W U
B, y.,s. & W
V. S. C. Co
North Fao 4h
North Pac. pf HH
Pac. Mail Wi
Rock Island til
St. Paul 55;8
T..C. fc I LV4
T. it us & Pac ....
Union Pac V
Wabash, pf J8tJ
W . Union 8I1
w. L, g n
W. & L. E. pf Uj
ui III Utw,
it's U'4 U1.,
85 M it
HH H UH
mi is m
U5M (H 05
Kf 55M i
1 ii iiS
a5t ml m
Uif 12Js W
Chicago Qrala end Provisions.
Scranton, Jan. l.'.-Tue following quota
tions aro supplied and 0 .rr I dally by La
B ir St Fuller, stock brokers, 1-1 Wyoming avenue.
Opening. . .
8H RT ribs.
Jan. May. July.
01 i6 erw
ei ecu ti:l
til i.i, 07
01 00 07J4
W 1W, 8P
4 m m
27 30M m
uj) m: -
HSi 7W -
80 087 -
two us; -
"Disfigured For Life"
Eoranton Wholesale Markets.
Sorantov. Jan. 1 .' FnuiTa AMD Pao
ducx urled apples, per lb., ea7e.: evap
orated apples, Sa'Jc. per lb.; Turkiab
prunes, 4(aSe.; English currants, 4a4'c.;
layer raisins, $1.90a2.UO; muscatels, 11.40a
1.60 per box; new Valencies, Ja7Ve.
Beans Marrowfats, I2.C0&2.C5 per bushel;
Peas Ureen, t -i.25al.30 per bushel ;spli t,
f2.50a2.00; lentela, 8al0c. per pound.
PoTAToxt 0570c. per bushel.
Ojiiohs 70a75o. per bushel.
Buttih 2iia25e. per lb.
Cbeksc 10al2c. per lb.
looa Fresh. 24c; pickled, 10c :
Miats name, 10fe.: large. 10c.;
skinned bams, lOe.; California hati
8c; shoulders, Sc.; dry salted belUes,
'.''.ic; smoked breakfast bacon. 12o.;
fresh pork loiua, inc.; "Wyoming" pork
sausage, Uc.; Wyoming borne made sau
sage, 8-pound pail, lardod. 11c; butch
ers' sausage, 8)ic, our own mak: fresh
pork shoulders, 70.: fresh pigs' feet.
Sc.: fresh pigs' heads, 5a; freeb spare
ribs, Sc.; fresb leaf lard, lie; fresh
kidneys, 8c. doz.; rough sausage
meat, 8V4'c: tongue, 8a;plucka, Sceach;
whole hog', 1o.
PORK Mess at tli; abort cut, $18.
Lard Ivoaf in tierfte at 0)4.; In tubs,
''iC; in 10-pound pails, b ; in 6-pound
pails, lOc; 8-pound pails, loe. per
Beef Choice sugar cured, smoked beef,
PooxTRT-chlelten, Halloo.; turkeys,
13ai:iXc; ducks. UaISc
Flour Minnesota patent, per barrel
$4.40a4.60; Ohio nnd Indiana amber, at
$8.78; Clrabam at $3.fi0; rye flour, at
Bcokwhkai Flodr-12.90 per cwt.
Feed Mixed, per cwt., at $1.00.
Qrai5 Kya, B6e.; torn, 4K to r2e. ; oats,
80a45c. per b, shel.
Rtb (tiiaw- Per ton, lUalO,
IlAY-Per ton, llnajs.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, Jan. 12. Tallow was
firmer, with n better demand. Price were:
rnme city, in hogsheads, oc: priuieM
COIintrv. in ImrraliemU ii flu ti
hogsheads, 4tfc; cakes OJic ; grease. 430.
Beginning with a small local sale in a
retail drug store the busine-s of Hood's
.Sarsaparilla has steadily increased until
there is scarcely a village or hamlet in the
I'nitid States where it is unknown.
To day Hood's Sarsaparilla stands at the
head In the medicine world, admired in
prosperity aud euviedin merit by thou
sands of would-be competitors. It has a
larger sale than any other medioine before
the American public, and probably greater
than all other aarsaparitlas and blood puri
Such succeB3 proves merit.
If you nre sick, is it not the medicine for
you to try:- Hood Sarsaparilla cures.
b the despairing cry of thousands
Unsightly skin diseases.
Do you realize what this disfiguration
means to sensitive souls?
It means isolation, seclusion.
It is a bar to social and business success.
Do you wonder that despair seizes upon
these sufferers when
Standard remedies fidl,
And nostrums prove worse than useless ?
Skin diseases are most obstinate to cure
or even relieve.
It is an easy matter to claim to cure
them, but quite another thing to do
Has earned the right to be called the
Because for years it has met with most
I here are cases that it cannot cure, but
they are few indeed.
It is no long-drawn-out expensive ex
25c. invested in a cake of
Will prove more convincing than a page
CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS.
And its cures a're simply marvelous.
Now is the time
To take CUTICURA.
CURES made in WINTER
Sold everywhere. Piice,CuTiruA, 50c: SoAf, ajc; RssOl
VXNT,$i. Piittek Hi- ., and Chsm. Curf, Sole Props., Hollos.
" "AH about u Skin, Scalp, aad Hair," mailed ait.
Look at This
for a New Years
Bargain. It Will
At These Prices You
Electric Seal Capes, 18 inches,
$4.4'J; forartriy 10.
Astrakhan Capes, 18 inchos,S6.49:
Mink Capes, 18 iuches, $12; for
Glimmer Capes, 18 inches, $G,49;
Russian L ynx Military Capes, 22
iuches, $5.98; formerly $12.
Electric Seal Military Capes, 22
inches, $9.49; formerly $18.
Forty dozen Assorted Muffs at
$1.49; formerly $.'.
Fifteen dozeu Assorted Children's
Sets at 98c; formerly $2.50.
A fine lot of Sleigh Robes, plush
lined, at $3 each.
Plush and Cloth Coats soltfat your
Millinery almost given away.
HIGHEST PRICES ,'119 (91 U FUfli
138 Wyoming Ave.
For Rheumatism, Lurabego. Nenralgis,
Cramp and Colic there Is no reined jr supur
ior to the genuine Dr. Thomas'Elactrlc Oil.
Any subscriber of The Tribu.no mby se
cure a book of Jiour tnd coal coupons
worth f 5 and thus save SO cents on each
barrel of flour aud tl cents on each ton of
6 BONDS for SALE
Till: SCRANTON Axle Works
have issued $75,000 of 0 per
cent. Coupon Bonds, interest
payable semi -annually .These bonds
are to run for ten years, from Nov.
1, 1893. Only n limited amount
are offered for sale to investors.
These bonds are first mortgage on
the entire plant of the company,
uud are issued lor the tmrpose of
enlarging the works. The bonds
are of the denominations of $1,000,
$500 and $100 each. For further
JNO. M. KEMERER, Pres.
Or E. H. RIPPLE, Treasurer,
Thatwuarn lioaduuarteis for everything in
the Una of W ATCHKS. If you have any Idas
ot nuivnastuii any kind or a n ut. I., lady a or
gent's. Oold or Silver, you will make u iiriet
mil mintaki) It you do not give as a call and
get our prices, which you will rind far below
all otnari, especially In all the high grades of
Elgin, Wulthum and Hampden movement!.
If you have any doubts and are at all posted
on price gi e us a call aud w,, will have no
trouble in convincing von. W still have a large
stock to dlspo e of, and will offer yon won
derful inducement! In Jewelry, Silverware,
Clock and all other goods whlub w have lii
C. W. Freeman
Inn At. nnd Spruce St.
' RUBY JEWELED
tS ADJUSTED cfJ
V WATCHES AM
V THE fM
It is marvelous- how
these famous Watches
arc taking the place ot
ull others where accu
rate time it required.
Railroad men will have
Mierwp Watch Worlfs. Upton, Ob
Eureka Laundry Go.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
Court Home Square.
All kinds of Laundry work guaruntaed
tu best, '
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATIRDAY. JAX 18.
IIMPfllM I 'rh0 awful tornado. The
LlnbULII Ji great rigging scene, alx tars
PIDTCO'C furling a monster sail. The
untiling collision of two ocean liners
ai iuii speu. j ne migniy
open eea acene, with waves
running mountain high. Dis
secting room of a medical
college Chicago harbor at
night and many other scenic
Seats on sale Thursday.
N. H. BROOKS, Supt. and Lecturer.
HAHRY THOftNK Stage Manager.
Week commencing MONDAY. JAN'U AHV 8
Tho Oreat Emotional Actreas,
MISS FLORA STANIF0RD,
Supported by the
Henry Comedy Com'ny.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
EAST - LYNNE
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
PRIDE AND POVERTY.
Hie to back of balcony", Sue. to front of
balcony and rear pariinetto; 30c. opera ehafrs.
Performance at ...u and 8,1a p.m. Doers
open at LW and T.
Week Gomme icing lao. 8, 94.
1 1 1 1 ll i1 ! 1 1:! :: ill t: i.i ! : . h
Mi' ' 1 :i
WAT.T.Aflr? Th" '-nti-.mal.le I.Ion
" AUUftUlJ, and other attractions,
IN THE THtATER.
Entire new ahotv. All now face. Admis
sion to all parts of the houj TEN cents.
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
Prlcea very reasonable. Space
will not permit us to mention the
good things for n Christmas din
ner. Stock is complete. Anything
to be fouud in a first-class market.
W. H. PIERCE,
HE DUTHE1L STUDIO,
QIC LACKAWANNA AVIMK,
TT aviji JdADK a contract with a
U frame factory to turn ont 1.000
11 iram a between now aud Cur at
A mi, T nlali ...,.,..,...,,.., I,..
He that I will make a OKNCINE
CKAYOX PuHTHAII' copied Irom
anv small one ABSOLUTELY FREE OF
1 v ii i STTLKS or FRAMES FROM
3.S0 I I'H MIU.
Frame 60 per cent, lass than regular prloe.
E. UUTUEIL, ArtUt.
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturer and Daalen
Burning All AanJ
Iririntinc UILO m
Also ShaftiDg and Journal Greasa
OFFICI.:-m Went Lackawanna At
Vt vttkSi-jtfarldlan Street
We will sell
of our stock
cigar or a
shoe if we
can help it.