The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 20, 1894, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE SCRANT55T TRIBITN'E-S ATtTHDAT MOBXfSrO. JATSftiA RT 20, 1894.
ONE CENT
A Word.
Wants of all kinds cost, that much, ex
repl Situations Wanttd.which are inserted
Hi EE.
GENERAL NEWS
OF SI
Facile Rumor Connects Mr. Mcl304 ffltb a
New Anthracite Mi
Situations Wanted.
SITUATION WANTED AS NURSE OlRh
or to Jo HkIiI bouscvork. Aibircus,
.. E.. Nn. 115 N Fl lmoo ave.
UrANTKD-POfllTION BY A IUHRIBD
man M garou r or 'florl t; will tuko
;,uy other honor ,01o i mployiu -u.. Address,
W ft - No. SIS. PtsolM t . ecrarlon. Pa.
I ANTED - A SITUATION AS A LABOR- '
WUUIUI and nuo to uo miuy muc.i
ot work Addio.s w. H. A , Tribune.
U "'ANTED A SKL'aYkKN AS BOOK
keeper by a Utlv Cud rstandf both
tingle audJouble entry Can give reference 1
if required Addren M. A . Tribune ottiee.
OITCATlON WANTED UV A PoPl'LA
young man to learn the bartending bull
vv
new. or hotel cleric in
Addren v. Tribune on
a Nix; elMi place.
Wanted.
"ANTED -LOAN OF 17.000 for live yean
on Ilrat in .
rents tor i'.'.e per year
inquire room iv Htid IS,
BorMton, Pa.
Vall;y: property
Insurance si-.uui.
Library building-,
Ur ANTED - A 11E.VT1.EMAN WOULD
liku furnished ioi.ni with or without
boetd, Pleune give price for rooiualso room
with board. Address 11. 1) , Tribune otto.
Agents Wanted.
U' ANTED - LOCAL SOLICITOUS FOR
'Onro u Week." Call ut Koom 4M.
Eurr building, Waiuiinjlon are,, between 6
und tl ii. m. W. H. BLOOMEK. Manager.
Help Wanted Kcmales.
A I 'ANTED A tlDOLi I'uOh AND LAI N
BURY, M Olive street.
Tor Sale.
POR BALE-CHOI0E FRESH
V cows, pnro bred Jerseys an
breeds, Address HEMli O, :
llaplewoiid, Wajrim County. Pa.
FAMILY
also half
ILK MAN
I 'tiK SALE It! ACRB
1' and utcnslle. .1. M.
FA KM. SPOOK
IHFFF1ELD, 436
Monroe ave.
tvjR SALE ONE NEW YOST TYPE
I writer. uUo ononew Abbott cheek punch,
nt a bargain. Address H. J., cars Tribune of-
floe.
i "oK SALE OB EXCHANGE FOR SCRAM
.1 ton oroiiertv A bearing (.range move
lnerea-iing in prnduetton and value yearly In i
'.he oraoue je,-ti, n ii. Fbii-I.la. AddrM t. F. ;
NET TLETON, Lake Helen, riorum
For Rent.
& basement, No. I'JSPenn avenue, now
copied by C. S. Woolv.ort'.i as a .i emit store
Inquire Of K. O. HILL, ISI North Washington
avenue.
nOB RENT A LARGE STORE room at
V s Spruce street. Inquire at HI Wyom
lug avenue.
-TWO-STORY BRICK DWEL-
modem improvement. .11.
Fu-est court. Apply to MAURICE COLLINS.
agent, TS west i.uekuwanna avenue.
HO LET' FOR A TERM OF YEAHS-
Part or all of three hundred teot of yard
loom along railroad. Apply at 'Jill Franklin
avenue.
nOH HFNT
.1 ling lion-
T
ri 'O RENT STORE iSxtVl OR FURNISHED
1 hall on Green Kidg. street. Very desiru
ole location and on reasonable tonus. Apply
to F E. NkTTLETON or a S. WOODRUFF,
ltrpublicuu building.
Lost.
"I OS T MONDAY,
J J book containing
.IAN. Ii. A POCKET
Sis in t,iii. and written
Reward given it returned to
a. K. TEE I.. Hi- Waabburn street.
Special Notices.
"hhk uoCSSm IX OUR ci vi L "w a i:.'
J oontalnlng Frank Leslie's famous old
Tvur picture Two vuluines folio. Every
page illustrated, over (SO pages. As an edu
cator it la unexcelled Sold on easy monthly
payments, Imth volumes delivered computet,
Address P. 0. -Moody. SOS Franklin avenue,
agent lor Northeastern Pennsylvania.
HAD AT III,
meal tieaets fur j;!.ju. (tood
-tfr.AL TICKETS CAN BE
comor Spruee street anil Franklin ave
Hue, Twenty
table board.
Ken Estate.
.OK SALE SIMILE HOL sE. m yLl.NCV
avenue; very deairable location. Anply
; T. 11ENULUS, OI WI1.1..AKD, WAKliL.l
A KNAPP.
e.'.',ti5U WILL BOY MODERN NEWS ROOM
O houso, all improvements: terms easy; cor
MT Madison avenue and Delaware atreet. Ap
ply HARRY LEES.
01,400 WILL HL'Y VERY DESIRABLE LOT
O corner Madisoa vauu4 und Delaware
street Terms easy. Apply
HARRY LEES.
Business Personals.
CANTAO -FOR MEN ONLY GREATEST
reetorar and devloper known, stretigtita
ens, invigorates. Price IS. Guaranteed .Mend
tamp for cnnttdefflal circular. Dr. 11 T.
miller, I Qulney street Cn
cagn.
BUC
T ADIE-". ToN'TE IS THE ONLY
xj cissfui Uuat iMvaioper known. Never
fails IBftOU Full
ealed I for stanui.
Hi Quiuoy St., Cbicago.
mtldential iiurtii'.ulars
Mrs. Dr. U. T. Miller,
Ecranton Wbolesals Uarkete.
Scrantow. Jan. 19, fmOITS aud Pro
Utciuried apple", per lb., 6a7c: evap
orated apples, hn'j.-. per lb.; Turkisb
Jirunen, 4HaSe.; Eiigliah currants, 4h4',C;
ayer raisini, ll.90a2.U0: muscatels, 11.40a
1.50 per box; new Valencia, iaT'4j.
j.er lb.
11KAM8 Marrowfats, t2.60a.iJ. 63 per bushel;
mediums, ILHUal.90.
Pia Grean, tl.2Sal.80 per bushel ;tplit,
t 1 ..! .i.'.t't): lentela, HalOc. per poaud.
Potatoes 6Sa70c. per bushel.
Omiojib 70a75e. per bushel.
BuTTR tOaSSt, per lb.
cheisb lOaliiHc. per lb.
EuGS Fresh. Mat pickled, 100.1
Coolers. 19c.
Miats tiama, 11.: large. lOc;
skinned hama, lflc; California bams,
c; shoulders, tiUc: dry salted bellies,
ic.ic; smoked breakfast bacon. 12c;
fresh pork loins, 10c; "Wyoming" porg
sausage, lie.; Wyoming home made tuT.i-b:-.
8-pound pail, larded. He; butch
ers' eauaage, 8Jfc our own make: fresh
poik shouldere, be: fresh pigs' feat.
He; fresh pigs' heads, BO.) frenh spare
lib', 8c. ; frenh leaf lard, lie; fresh
kidneys, 8c. dot.; rough sausage
meat, BXc: tongue, 8Kc; plucks, Sc.eacb;
wi nl hogs, 7lo.
Pork Mess at tl7; shortcut, $1S.
Laud Leaf in tlerees at 9Hc; in tubs,
in 10-pound pails, 10;c; in 5-puuud
pails, lOsc; S-pound pailA lo;,e. per
pound.
Heip Choice sugar cured, smoked beef,
14c
Poultry Chickens, lOallo.; turkeys,
i;ul:r- . ; ducks. 12al3c
Floor Minnesota patent, per bnrrol.
t4.40ai.60; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
S8.7S; Graham at 18.00; rye tlour, at
18.86,
Buckwheat Flour VIM per cwt.
r'AKu Mixed, psi uwt at tl.oo.
Grain Rye, 15.; eorn, 4" to 52s. ; oats,
I9n45c. par bushel.
K va Straw Per ton, llaalS.
HaT-Par ton. 10al&
Electric Bitters.
This remedy is becoming so well kuowu
and ho popular ns to need no ppecisl men
tioti. Ail who have used Electric Bitters
sing thu same tong of praise. A purer
medicine doesnotexi't und it is guaran
teed to do all that Ii claimed. Klectric
Bitters will euro all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Bolls,
t- ui Khetua and other affections caused by
impure blood.-Will drive .Malaria from
the eyatem and prevent as woll as euro all
Malarial revere. For cure or Heauacne,
Giutispation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters ICutiie satistactlou guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price 60 eta. and (1
per bottle at Matthews Bros., Drug store.
AFTER THE SUSQUEHANNA ROAD
New Passenger Cars Arriving for the
Wilkes-Barre and Eastern Road.
The Jersey Central Makes a Coal
Traffic Agreement with the Consoli
dated Road Improvements at the
Clear Spring Colliery Other
Newsy News Referring to Near-by
Industries.
I'pos somewhat ilcnbtful authority
it h said that Mr. McLeoil is trving to
get executive Doasejsion of the BuiqtM
hantia and Western. Ills object, as
dated, is to uiakn it a line from New
York to Luke Erie andthe west. This
road now controls lines that reach from
the fludsou river and Centre county
and enters Wilkes-llirre via Vilke.
Burre and Eastern from Strondsbur.:.
There connections will be mads with
the Wilkei Harm and Western, and
the Lehigh and Northern and Central
Pennsylvania, This is in effect the
great American Midland ichemu that
was exploited last year.
The Ohio Falls Manufacturing com
pany liitH delivered six piasenger cars
to the Wilkes-Barrs and Eistern rail
road. Tne cars are handsome in de
sign. The exterior is in Tuscan red
with black and gold stripes, and the
letter", "Wilkes-Barre and Eistern,"
are in gold lettsrs. Two of tlio cars
are combination cars. !.,- mail
nud smoker. The ouches bavo com
fortable high-back seats, covered with
crimson plush. The wuodwork is of
quartered oak, dUinoml finished and
highly polished Steam heat is used,
The deadly car stove has gone to its
lait reward
Last week's anthracite production in
eighteen collieries in ljuz-trnrconiity,
ten of which belong to the Lehigh and
Wilkes-Barre Coal company, aggre
gated 97,144.14 tons, which is about
half the usual output. In 1891, up to
last .Saturday, there had been shipped
a total of only 49,918 02 tons.
For several weeks negotiations look
ing to a close traffic arrangement be
tween the Consolidated roid and the
Central Railroad of New .lersoy have
been in progress, nnd it is stutsd on
excellent authority that tbo details are
nearly completed. The freight given
the Consolidated will foe largsly coal.
The business equals that recently ar
ranged with the Lehigh Valley road.
The Delaware ami Hudson cal com
pany hus suspended the sale of pea and
buckwheat coal at its Carbondale
chutes. Th company fiuds it neces
sary to do this in order to make good
contracts for the smaller sizes, which
have been made gome time ago, and
the supply of which has been curtailed
because or a reduction of time at the
mines.
A new slope is being sunk in the
i Red Afh vein of the Clear .Spring col
liery. West Pittston, and a new pair of
: hoisting engine?, designed to operate
a haulage system 2.090 feet long, will
I be in readiness within a month. These
, improvements, added to others either
completed or progressing will increus.
I the colliery's daily out put by several
j hundred tons.
I Ripsel & Harman, a New York firm,
i will soon re open the old colliery B
! Humbolt. James Gallagher of that
; place has been awarded the contract
I for cleaning up things around the col
! lirry, so as to get it in readiness for
shipping coal.
The large share that Pennsylvania
hns takeu for several years in building
new railroads hns been noteworthy
This state has built over three hundred
miles a year for four years. This, re
marks the Philadelphia Times, is n
greater now mileage than any other
state has built in the same perio.l ex
cept Washington, which owes its lead
to the extensions of the C-reat North
ern. The building of so much uew
road for eeveral years In a well popu
lated eastern etate is not due to the en
ttrprisa of any one company, of cours--.
No long line is required, for all tin
chief cities already have good traffic
nutlets. if the whole three bundle:
miles credited to Pennsylvania in 1893.
not half a dozen compnnies bnilt inure
than ten miles each. The chi'if line,
j nccording to mileage hi, I probably tlso
; in actual importance, was the Wilkes
' Llarre and Eastern, which is now oar
i rying coal. The Clearfield and Mahon
ing has also since July ie-n serving ils
' purpose of connecting the Euff iln,
Rochester and Pittsburg, Which bnilt
it, with the Deech Creek, nn 1 giving
j the bituminous coal mines along the
i former road a new outlet, the coal now
reaching eastern tidewater over the
Beech Creek and the Reading. The
other new lines in the state all develop
local industries nnd are chiefly in the
mining districts, though several lines
the Central of Pennsylvania and
others -have their chief purpose in giv
ing; better transportation outlets to fer
tile agricultural districts.
NOW 8IT WEIL!
Paine's Celery Compound After the
Grip. .
It Makes the Weak StrongCures Nervous Debility,
Relieves the Wretchedness that Cam33 from Sick
ness Indoors.
Connolly & Wallace
COATS JACKETS CAPES
ALL THIS SEASON'S STYLES.
HALF PRICE RULES
FOR INSTANCE:
$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
6 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 goods.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court House.
Let the sun shin?!
Uet streugth. Bo well!
Mrs. John K. Jacobs tells a plain but
impressive story:
"I have been taking Paine's celery
compound," she says. "and feel invsilf
greatly improved, so much so that I
consider myself well. 1 was left last
February, from an attack of the grip,
in a low stnto of health, with great
nervous debility. 1 can hardly express
how wretchedly I felt when I coramenc
ed using Puiue'e celery compouud. And
1 began to gradually improve up to the
present time, and 1 now am able to do
my work, for which I feel thankful
enough. I think the remedy valuable
Indetd."
Mrs Jacobs resides at ll'JS ak St.,
in Yonngstown, O Slid has had the
same experience as thousands of
women, East, West, North and South
There is in the very structure of a
household conducted on even the simp
lest plan enough causes for intense ner
vous strain, enough work and worry
to tax the energy and ingeuuity of the
moil robust woman,
A woman holding up a home on her
shnul lers: the monotonoui routine of
lirebuilJin?, dish washing, unat-pre
paring.stit'jbinK.darning and mending,
until the lingers refuie their bidding
aud the eyelids drop.
The present generation of women is
more subj -ct to premature weakness
and ill health than Iti predecessor.
Toe grip first attacks the poor in
health. Thousands of testimoniali
from men and women who have had
the grip or prolonged cold, shows thai
I'sine's celery compound quickly inakos
them well again, became it is food for
the nerves, it enriches the blood, It
has savsd thousands from ohronic ill -oass.
collieries are scattered all over tbo dis
trict und employ in the aggregate about
5,500 men and boys. All the collier
ies of the region have been working
only four days a week, but now that
the shipment of coal hns been further
restricted by '.',000, 000 tons, total i-ut
pension of ut lust some of the mines
aiv necessary. Collieries of the other
companies will be suspended, it is
stated by officials, have not as yet been
received.
MlNOB Isdi sthial Topics:
Heceivor Paxson, of the Heading, is ex
pected to return from atiroad this week.
A decision In the application for a per
manent receiver of tne New UnRland will
probably be banded down by Judge Wal
lace next week.
Electric cars are now running between
Philadelphia nnd Chester In competition
with the Philadelphia. Wilmington and
Baltimore aud the lUltiuiure and Ohio
railroads.
The statement is made that since the
now management took hold of the Tennee
s e Coal and Iron company it has improved
its furnace operation, so that it now pin
duces U.'i tons with a furnace, where it
heretofore produced oulv about KI0 tons.
It is saiJ, but not bdieved, that as soon
as the present plun of reorganization is
formally ailopted, and the Ho lding taken
out of the hands of receivers, ('resident
Hams will retire.
It has been officially announced that the
Illinois Stiel mills will resume work on
Monday. When ruunitig full hauded the
mill employs about 1,-U0 men.
All the nulls of thu Cumberland Nail
and Iron company are running except the
null mills and they will begin operatious
next Wednesday.
Tlie Florence (N J.) Iron works ha vo re
ceived large orders for all sizes of pipe,
nud will put 'Sll meu at work on Monday.
After an Idlsnsss of many weeks tne
New York Produce Market.
New York. Jau. ID. Flour More
active nnd weaker.
Whkat Dull, eas?r; No. 2 rel, store
and elevator, UMsMc; nfioat. 0T.l4'ali?JjC ;
f. o. b., t. : ungraded red, COa
tl.c; No. 1 northern, ilaTlJic; options
opened weak and declined a; and
closed steady, Ho'.c. under yesterday;
No. S red January, closing 6M,;.; Feb
ruary, tlfi'..;c; March. OT'.i,':.; May,9c.j
June, TOlj c i July. 71 c: August, Til.tfc, ;
December. ".".Jiie.
Coun Dull and tlrtn; No. 2, 4ic.
elevator, 43.'c. afloat: ungraded mixed,
IJnlii'ic. ; steamer mixed, 4lJ41Jiic.:
options orouod weak und closed firm with
moderate trading: January, ic. ; Feb
ruary, tt'.c; Mnrch, 4:i.;ic: May, 44;.c.
UATS -Dull and firmer; options, fairly
active, tinner; January, 83c.: February,
SIM-.; March, 34c: Mny, 84'4c; No. 2
white lebrnary, 0tC. spot prices
No. 2, We.) Ko. 2 white, 8Miai No. 1
Chicago, 34c. ; No, 3, 88x0.1 No. 3 white,
33c. ; mixi-d westorn, 34h35c. ; white do.
33i4:.; white state, 35a40c.
Bkf.k Slow and firm.
Hkkp Hams Finn.
TlKBOXTJ BKEK Dull.
Cut MKAis-yuiet.
MlDDLKS Nominal.
Laiiu lietter domain!, weik: westorn
Bteam closed at t8.12)fj city, Tnlr,. ;
January Closed, .lil; icoruary, 7.tf,
May, ri.IKi; rotlned, fjtitet; comment,
SB.OUBV; compound, o)faoQ.
Pork (julet. easier; uiims. $U.'J3al4 7ft
Bcttku Moderate demand, extras
steadier: statu dairy ltia23c: do. creamery,
18a22c; Pennsylvania do , V.3!c.: western,
i:iwain'. ; creamery, lWJ.iWe: do. fac
tory, 13'. I.',1, '-, Kigins, '.'.'m'-ViV'; imitation
creamery, MMaise; roils, lvalue.
Cheese Fair demand, firm; slate, large,
taUMa,; fsncy, llaUJtfc.; do. small,
Hal'-V-: part ekuus, 4al0c: full skims,
'i 180.
F.iius Liberal supply, moderate de-
mniid. closed steady; icehouse, per case.
Pottkvii i.e. Jan. 10 An order has
been issued by the Reading Coal nnd
Iron company suspending eleven of its
largest collieries for an indefinite pe
riod. These collieries are: North
Franklin, aufTolk.Bear Valley, Thomas
ton, Draper, Bear Kun, Hammond,
Pine Forest. Elmwond, Shenandoah
City and West Shenandoah. These
Puruosburg Iron
with 100 bauds,
works have started up em, ISaH'.fc.
For Colds, citon-, Asthma, Broxcbitis
and Sore Tin oat use Dr. Thomas Eclectric
Oil, and get the genuine.
Remember that The Tribune art port
folios cost only o cents for each part. Bring
lu your coupons.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL oia1
Cbicaso Gram and ProvLtlons.
Scran ro, Jan. l'j.-Tle followimr quota.
HOUS TB IUDD11BU Ula OOlTeOUa llftllV D
( Bar & Fuller, Stock brokers, 1-1 Wyomina avo
uiiu.
WHEAT.
Opening
Highest
Lowest ,
Closing
COKN.
Upenlug.
Hiltlieat..
Lowest. .
I'los'ni,-.
Stocks and Bunds.
New York, Jun. 1',. Today's specula
tiiiui. bore all the early marks of a bull
i...- a m i ... . ... ...
iu.vi he. a ii-nuie aiieuipt wan iiintitt at La,-
tue oponiug 10 aepress mo lisson nsu- fjj slni;...
ingtun stories that the I'opulitt represuut- PoiiK
atives in the house and xoiiate would do all Opening.,
in their power toprevi'tit the bond issue. 1 Highest..,
ii imtiravsmetit rrnm tu inVHt nninc or . .iwBfc
the day war. equal to H anil 21 percent,
end were well distributed. Closing trans
actions were generally at the top of the
day. Total sales, 174,000 shares.
The full wing complete table Bbowing the
day's fluctuations in active stocks Is supplied
anil revised daily by Laltar Si Fuller, stock
brokers, 121 Wyoming avenue:
Opuu- Hl-li- Low
est. est.
Ifi StRoJ
Closing out the bal
ance of our
at following prices:
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATURDAY, JAN 20.
W. S. CLEVELAND'S
MINSTRELS
Allied with the European Vaudevilles
GREAT, GRAND, GORGEOUS.
COLUMBUS, FflRST PART,
IV ITH
WORLD'S FAIR PANORAMA
Strong Minstrel Organization.
Sale opens Thnmdiis'.
DON'T FORGET
That we are headquarters for everything In
the line ot WATCH ICS. it you have an idea
of purchasing any kind of a Wuti-L, lady's or
gent's. Gold or Silver, you will make u griev
ous mistake it you do not givo us a calf and
g)t our prions, which you will tltul rar tieiow
ail otuers, especially lu ail the high grades of
i.. .in. waltuatu ami llarupiien inovemt-nlH.
If you have any doubts uud are at all poatcd
on prices ai . n us a call and u s will have uo
trouble liiconyiiiclug you. We still have a largo
stock to diepo-o of, and will offer yon won-
aerial inducemnuts in Jewelry, ktuverware.
Clorks and all other goudi which we have iu
SlO'.'g.
C. W. Freeman
IV nn Ave. and Spruce St.
Dueber Hampden
17-Jewel
Adjusted
Watches.
RUBY JEWELED
It is inarveloiis how
.these famous Watches
are taking the place ol
all others where accu
rate time is required.
Railroad men will have
nothing cle.
iiehr Watch Works, Canton, O1'
S ADJUSTCD
Vn WATCMF
- Tur si
HOLLY WREATHS.
BOXWOOD WREATHS,
ROPING MISTLETOE, elc.
Prices very reasonnbla. Space
will not permit ns to mentiou the
good things for a Christmas din
ner. Stock is complete. Anything
to be found in a liist class market.
W. H. PIERCE,
PBNN AVfi
Russian l.yax Circular Cap s, -4 inches, iM
Electric Seal Circular Capes, II in S.VS
Astrakhan Circular Capes, Kiln V.VS
Wool e)al Circular Caps, -I in 14.00
Sloiio Mart'ii Circular ("apes. :il In 40.0)
Brown Marten Circular Capes. M in 45.0U
Utter OirettlM Capes, i lu W.U1)
Seal Sacques
l-Val Sacipies, US incles long (160.00
Seal Jackets, U'U inches 1U0.UU
Seal Jackets. '4 inches long BD.00
Astrakhan Jacket i, Ji ltii-hi lonx :15 .00
Circular Capes
Seal Circular Cane. 91 Inches Ions, w.th
Butterfly Cape 13.00
Otter Circular Cape, SJ inchss long. With
Dutti-rllv Cape 103.00 I
Sable Circular Cape, 30 Inches long S3 UO !
Astrakhan Circular Cape, 80 inches long 10
Electric Seal Circular Cape. 804a, long.. K0 00
Gray Criiuuier Circular Cape, 30 in. lung lio 00
4U dozen Auici-icau 8-al Muffs at....$l -3 each
l lot t obtldren'a sots at Ha,
1 lot ot Bleigh l: .-... pluih lined $J each
Ladies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
Price.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
There will bo fan !n town wheu
THE
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C O M E sr.
Monday Night, Jan. 22,
Presented by Thomas H. Davis' company ol
Farcical, Vocal, Dancing and Aero
batlc Entertain jra.
Sale opens Friday.
MT. PLEASANT
AT RBTAIb
rosl of tlm host rpullty for domestic use.and
it all delivered in auy part of the city
at lowest price.
Ordom left at my office.
NO. lis, WYOMING AVENVB,
Kear room, first floor, Thlr.l National Bank,
or sent by mail or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention.
Special contracts vlll bo made for the sale
and delivery or Buckwheat Coal.
OATS,
Opening
Highest
Closing
Lard.
Opening
Highest...
Luwost
CI sing
Sll 111' Kills.
THE GEM COUPON.
UNIQUE OF
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A Trip Through (lie Colum
bian Exposition.
72 leaves, printed on one siuV
only. Showing all the Dlacea of
interest on main grounds ftttd
.Midway Pluisam-e. 8ize, ,rx7. 1
Bubotted papof cover or foil
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Two Coupons anil 25 CENTS lakes
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Add i cents forpoitagv If ordered by mall.
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Philadelphia Tallow Markst.
rnii.ADEcniiA, Jan. is. Tallow was
in fair ilematid and stead v. Price i were:
1'ritno city, in hocaheads, !c.: prime
country, in hogsheads, So. do. dark, in
hogsheads, 4uc; cakes, r,.c; grease, 4Xc.
The three pictures, "Telephone Olrl,"
"Good -Morning" and "Swinging.'' offered
by Tiik TiitBU.NK. now brighten hundreds
of homes. The young men in the office
are kept busy dealing out these gems of
art.
WOULD yon ride on a railroad that uses
no danger signals!' That cough is u signal
of danger. The safest cure is Dr. Wood's
Norway Pino Syrup. Sold by all dealers
on a guarantee of satisfaction.
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LACKAWANNA AVKNI'F,
SCH ANTON. PA.
e.ui.Mi aiAur; n eontraer witn a
4 frame factory to turn out 1,003
train s between now and Chr st
4 ir.ua, I wish t announce tu th- uub
llctlnit I will niuke a HIM IM
RAYON PORTRAIT cooled Iroiu
any small ono ABSOLUTELY FBEK OF
CHARGE,
L.ATKST BTTLRS OK UtAMES FROM
sv : :.ii I'I'WAItU.
Workmanship guaianteod.
Frames 30 per cent, lew than regular price.
138 Wyoming Ave.
The only Practical Furrier in the city.
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E. Robinson's Sons'
Lager
Beer
Brewery
Jlnnufacturers of the CelebrateJ
PlLSENER
Lager
Beer
CAPACITY
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
N". H. BROOKS. Bopl ai.d Lecturer.
HARRY THORN& Stage Mauager.
Week commencing MONDAY,.) IN17AK1 l&
Second and l.yst Wolc of
MISS FLORA STAMFORD,
Supported bj the
Henry Comedy Com'r.y.
Monday, Tussday arid Wednesday
A. WIFE'S TRIUMPH
Thursday, Friday add Saturday.
AURORA FLOYD
lOo. to back of balcony;
balcouy aud NM pai ijUdti;;
lVr(oruiMUctj at .-JJ and
open at 1-Ju and 7.
:Oc. to frost f
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0.1 j p.m. Dunns'
EDEN
MUSEE
AND BIJOU THEATRE
221 and 223 Lackawanna Ave.
MRS. D. MELLIXI General Kansas
BIG FEATURES
IN CURIO HALL
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Hcpot for r.L iiinc, It I i.k-1" TaiinhRiiiter
Beer.
U Cor, 1St and Fieri Ptiilada,
Moat deeirabb for resilient of N.K. 1'enn
Ijrlvaiil. All cor.Teuiences lor travelers
to and from Broad Street station and too
Twelfth ami Market Ktrct atatiou. Ue
tlrable tor rlaiting berantoulaui and pev
l lu the AnthraelW Region.
T. J. VICTORY,
PROPRIETOR.
AHTOHEHARTMAN
906 South Washington Avenue,
Contractor auil builder of Concrete Flagging,
I'oucrnto Block, l'otato, Unttnr nud Coal
lllne, Wet Collars dried up. Orrtore may be
left at Thompuon A l'rau, Will uim St Co,
Main and Kyuon Stroot-i, or at Scrim ton
Stove Work.. Ai.o Koiiudutloua, Cieterua
l' ifih Wire Tunnel and Cofllu. t lagglng tor
Uaidcu Walks,
B
RICK
THEATER
Edwards & Mclntyre's . IMPERIAL
VAUDEVILLE CO.
ADMISSION TO ALL, lOo.
Saturday Matinee for children, 5c, in
cluding sist in Theatre.
DRAIN TILE,
FRONT,
WIRE CUT,
HOLLOW.
VITRIFIED.
FIRE AND
COMMON
B R
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Best in the market,
Brandt Clay Product Co
OFFICE: Binghatuton. N'.Y
FACTORY : liraudt. Pa.
(JONCERT
Mr, Theo. Hembsrger, Violinist,
Late Pupil of JOACHIM, Bsrlin,
Assisted by MISS EMMA CONRAD,
Y. M.G. A. Halljunisdiy Evening
JANUARY 2S."
rrograrciuo will he published UtST.
MALONEY
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturer! and Dealer!
OILS'
Burning;
Iiihripftfinn
uHMwu.ing am
Also Sliafting and Journal Greasi
OFFICK: Til West Lackawanna Are.
WOljXBt Slerh'.lan Strji!
Action
Cures pain
by drawiug
blood to
the lurtaae,
i.'oets but
lis,
Matthews
Eius.,
Scran ton. Pa,
Ladies Who Valuo
A rtflm-d complexion tnustuee Pooni's Pow'
It produues a loft and beautiful nUta
der.