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THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-TUESDAY JIORXTNG. JANUARY 93. 1894.
VTanttof all fctiid cent that much, j
ng &tuaiionxrntei,Kirar,inritd Pennsylvania System Said to Covet a
ClTL'ATION WANTED -BY A YOUNG
mnrri'd nun us janitor or tend furnaces.
Address IT. Tribune 'ni. a.
VLBSE-Ladies' NURSE WOULD UK2
i-i u few umrsueiu.-nts. Address illiJj.
CHARLOTTE LKDL'E, Punmore, Pj.
ITUATIOa WANTED AS NL'RSE OIRL
or to do li.h b .t.-w .. AddrM.
1.. , Mo. lib N Fi lmor ave.
Ur ANTE D POBITIO N BY A MARRIED
man ii gaiduci or rlori t. will t.ike
any other buu ir. hie . mployiii -U'. Address.
W H., No. 313, Phelps I , .-ciaiitoii, I I
U'AN TED-THRCE lUOOD MEN To CAN
vastoran article 'tut wilt Mil at sirlit :
can pwktllfiot $80 per week. Call at room ij.
Arcade Building, second flour.
Help Wanted females.
U 7aKB u ' - - a! i io i j "i no t i k ' a n i i , a i n
dress. Apply to MRS E. P. KINDS
Bl'RY, '.ml Olive st root.
Wanted To Rent.
U ANTED TO HEN !'. l'Alt iiV STORE
on LackeWann avenue at unca, Ad
dress JEWELER. Poetofttoe.
UFaNTED-ONE OR TWO FCHNIHHED
rooms suitable for light housekeeping.
Address, stating tonus, E. ,1, Trilmuu office.
1 OR SALE A " SADDLE HORSE, FOR
1 want of usi': can In1 seen at livery stable
of J. C. Waruor, Or. on ltidgc.f
L'OB s vi.E- it: acke l' ARM, STOCK
r au.1 utensils J at. SHEFFIELD, 42ti
ndk SALE -ONE NEW YOST TYPE
r writer, kioo -me new Abbott cheek punch,
at a bargain. Address II. J car Tribune of
Be. lOB SALE or EXCHANGE FOB IsCRAN
av ton property A bearing orange grove,
lhcrea.ing in production and vnjuo yearly iti
the orauve section in Florida. Addres E. K.
N ETTLETON, Lake Helen. Florida
QTOBE FOB SE5 i -ro'ltE' BOOM AND
1 basement, No. I'il Pouti avenue, now oc-
cupied by 0, s. Woolworth aa a scent store
luq'iire of B. O. HILL, 131 north Washington
POR RENT A LARUE STORK BOO m" AT
I 408 Spruce street. Inquire at 111 Wyom
Lehigh Yalky Least?
ELEMENTS OF IMPROBABILITY
OFt KENT TWO-STOB BKK'K DWEL-
Lll). iiUliai', all1 li llliUJ IM '1 . !.
Forest court. Apply to MAL'ftH'E COLLIN'S,
agent, 7:21 West Lackawanna avenue.
'TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS -J
Part or all of three hundred feet of yard
loom along railroad. Apply ,. 241! Franklin
Tu BENT STORE EnzflOOR FURNISHED
J hall on Green Ridgo street. Vary deslra
iJe location and on reasonable terms. Apply
to F E. N ETTLETON or C. S. WOOUREFF,
rrHE ' 'axUVm. MrETlX I'of" 'THE
A stockholders of I ho Moosiu Powder C'oiu
pany will be held at their office in the city of
HnrantOBi Pa., on Wtdneedav. January Ul.
is'.'!, at eighr 0 clock n. m.. for the nnmn of
electing directors for the ensuing year and I
tran-uctiiig such other bnilnaw as may come
bafora them. No transfer of -tock will be I
made for ton days next preceding the day of !
lection. JOHN D. SliERER, Secretary.
-"pUK SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR,'
a containing r ranic Liasuai lamons old
war pictures. Two volumes folio. Every
I'ige illustrated. Over VM pages As anodu
cator it is unezcslled. Solu on easy monthly
pnytnenu. botli volumea delivered complete.
Address P; 0. Moodv. :ktS Franklin avenue,
agent for Northeastern Pennsylvania.
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT HI, I
corner r'pruce street and Franklin ave
one, Twenty meal ticgets for :j.jy. Uood i
I avenue; very desirable location. Anulv 1
O. F. REYNOLDS, or WILLARD. WARREN
yj,a0 WILL EL'Y MODERN NEWS ROOM
S bouse, all Improvements: terms easy; cor
ner Madison avenue and Dclowaru street- Ap
ply HARRY LEES.
O1.40U WILL BUY VERY DESIRABLE LOT
corner Madison avenue and Delaware
street. Terms easy. Apply
Ecranton Wbolaaala Markets.
ScnaNios. Jan. 32 FnniTa Ann Pan.
Dtioi urled apples, per lb., 6a7c.: erap
ptucu appies, loai iu. per jo,; lurgisn
runes. 4Ua5a. .Enehsh enrranto oi ,. n ';.
aver raisiua, fl.75al.su; muscatels'. SI -0a
l.HU per box; new Vnlenciaa, 0a7e.
Hkans Marrowfats, 12. oOa'ioo per buahel;
uieditiuis, f l.WJal.UO.
1'iCAS-Oreen, 1.25al.30 per bushel jiplit,
Sv50b9.S0i lentels, salOc. pnr pnanO.
Potatok8 (Via 70c. per busheL
Osiors 88700. per bushel.
lloiTBR WaSSa, per lb.
t:HFE8 loal2ic. per lb.
fuss I''reb. ItelSs. pickled, ltial7c;
AIiaTH nam. He.: larfre. IOWa
skinned bains, lU'e.; California bams,
shoulders, Vie.; dry salted bellies,
VjfOt smoked breakfast bacon. 1'Jo.;
fresh pork loinp, inc.; "Wyoming" porg
sausage, llo.; Wymnliijf home inade sau
sage, 8-pound pail, larded, lie.; butch
ers' sausage, 8,0., our own make; fresh
pork shoulders, c: fresh pigs' feet,
uc: fresh pigs'- heads, 5o.; fresh spare
ribs, He; fresh leaf lard, 11a; fresh
kidneys, 8c. doz.; rough sausage
meat, Klt'c: tongue. K-;plncks, Sceacn;
wholo hogs, 7Jic
r-OBK Mess at T7; short ont, $18.
Laun Leaf In tiereas nt H 'iC.; in tubs,
10c; In 10-pound pails, lOUo.1 in 6-pound
pailf, 10,',c; a-pound pails, 10"4e. per
Bkk Choice sugar curod, smoked beef,
Flour Minnesota patent, per barrel.
4.4n4.fl0; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
tS.76; Urabam at $8,50; rye Hour, at
Bdckwurat Flour 12.90 per owt.
FD-Mlxet per cwt., at tl ,00.
Oraim Kye, 05a. j corn, 4b to 52a. ; oats,
Il)s4)c. per bushel.
Htii Hthaw Per ton, IWalfl.
HaT-Per ton, tlOalS.
Have used Dr. ThoOkM' Eclectrlc Oil for
croup and colds, and derlai it a positive
cure. Contributed by Wrn. K'y, 670 Ply
mouth Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadkli'Iiia. Jan. SSL fallow wa
In fair demand and tlrm. Price were:
Prime city, In hogsheads, 5n5c; prima
country. In hogsheads, iV-c do. dark, in
hogsheads, p .; cakes, BttO.) grease, 4'.u
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Poller, of C'nnajobarie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. Kings New
Discovery in tho house, und his family has
always found the very best rosults follow
its use; thnt he would not be without it if
procurable. O, A. Dykeman. druggist,
Catlskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's NeW
Discovery is pndoubtedly the best oougb
remedy; that he has nsed it in his family
for eight years, and it has never failed to
do all that Is claimed for it. Why not tre
a remedy so long tried nnd tested? Trial
bottles free at Matthews Bros', drug story.
Regular sizo 50a and 11.00.
Fatal neglect is little short of snicide,
the consequences of a neglected cough are
too well known to heed repeating. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures a cough
promptly. Mold by all dealers on a guar
ntoe of satisfaction.
The Gossip Originated In Philadelphia
and Is Apparently Idle in Its Charac
terAdditional Particulars Con
cerning the Jersey Central's New
Traffic Deal Railway and Industrial
News and Comment Chronicled in
Amonir the things that tho quid
liuncs in Philadelphia are discussing
just now is little rumor thnt the
Pennsylvania people want to lsnse or
buy n controlling interest in the Lehigh
Valley. The point is elaborated with
sotuecnre, by ihoso who have nothing
more important to do, that the alUge.l
constitutional objections to inotl at) al
liance cotild easily be overcount by law
vers clever otiongh for that purpose.
It is also intimated tliat ertob u union,
while of betielit to tiio Valley stock
holders, would, ut the same time, give
the prsseut Valley m magement au op
portunity to rotiro gracsfuily and wilh
glory. This theory would be interest
ing if it had facts to support it. The
luck of such support is its chief weak
ness. It 1ms to be proved first, tiiat the
Wilburs want to retire and then that
the PtnntT wants to SOCOIsd to the
control of the Lehigh Valley. Neither
proposition It ytt established. Neither,
we believe, is seriuiiily entertained by
any considerable proportion of wall-Informed
Last week the eighteen reporting col
lieries of Lnzsrne conntv. iucluding
ten of the Lehigh and Wilkss-Burre
Coal company's workings, shipped a
total of '9.:0Uo tons, or iust a little
more than half the usual shipment.
The total of the new year is 71,430 10
In spite of President Maxwell's de
nial that the new traffic deal with the
Consolidated involves no act of hostil
ity toward the New York and New
England, they have a diff-irent opinion
in Philadelphia, The fiuaucial editor
of tho Press writes apropos: "It ia
not likely that this deal will close up
the Ponglikeepsie Bridge route which
is evidently Mr. Maxwell's notion. The
Reading company and other parties to
the contract will ship coal nnd other
traffic via the Ponghkeepsie Bridge as
usual when it is proper that it should
go that way. This route out of New
England is certain to be a great high
way forever and it cannot be closed up
by Mr. Maxwell or Mr. Vauderbilt.
At this moment there is an attack on
tne Poughkeepsie Bridge system by the
Vauderbllt-liaading interests in order
to injurs the New York aud New Eng
land road and to facilitate the Reading
reorganization. The real battle has
not yet come off, but there is active
sparring for position which is as inter
esting to spectator as the more seri
Contractor McFadden, of Philadel
phia, who is building the Eoensbarg
and Black Lick branch for the Penn
ylvania, since he resumed work in
December, has gradually increased its
force, and now has about TOO men em
ployed beyond Ebensburg. The road
will bo built from Ebensburg to Black
Lick station on the Indiana branch of
the Pennsylvania, a distance of some
thing like ten miles. Of this distance
the grading on five miles, beginning ni
Ebensburg, is now finished,
An admirable innovation has been
started by the Pennsylvania system,
which had put in the hands of each or
the forty physicians now employed as
"medical 3sarninra" in connection
with the Employes Rollef department,
a handbag thorongly furnished with
such instruments and appliances ns a
medical man may nued when called on
to relieve suffering. These "emergency
satchels," as they are called, are in
tended to he carried on the trains by
those having them in charge when
traveling, so that they can nt one re
spond to any sudden call for profes
sional aid io passengers or employes.
Tho Westmoreland Coal company, by
a syatem of underground tauueis, has
connected its South Side mine at Lari
msr station, on the Pennsylvania rail
road, with the workings of James W
Shields' in : no ut Osujola, on the Balti
more and ( liiio railroad. The tunnel is
live and one-half miles in length, run
ning through parts of North Washing
ton and Versailles township', West
moreland and Allegheny counties. Ao
curding to tho Philadelphia Tim s it
is the longest tunuul everdriveu n one
continuous tangent line in the United
During November the net earnings
of the New York, Ontario and Western
railroad were $90,007, again, despite
the business depression, of :J27,084 over
the net earning of November, 1892.
The net earnings of this prosperous
road for the llvo months ended No
vember o0, loOii, ns compared with the
same period in 180',', show a gain of
$124.01)3. It is claimed by many rail
way managers that this record is one
of the best made by any company Inst
Various Minor Pickings.
A representative of the C'arneeis mills
declares that the iron trade Is becoming
A special meeting of tho general freight
committee of the Central Truffle associa
tion will bo held ou Wednesday to revise
Seven miles of empty coal cars block the
Philadelphia and Iteadmg railroad tracks
between Uoan Junction and Lofty.
Jersey Central ofllciuls declare that their
new trnftlo arrangement with the New
York, New Haven aud Hartford will not
appreciably nlfect tho New York and New
England, and Is not intended as a hostile
The Centre County refused an Inlnnc
tlon asked for by the Pennsylvania Hall
road company to restrain the Valentine
Iron compauy from shipping freight over
the new Csntral Railroad of Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Railroad company is
preparing to lay a largo amount of new
steel rails of sixty-foot length. A small
amount of snoh rails has been In use for
some time and ha proved In every respect
The detuand for coal and coke in the
Fairmont aud other West Virginia coal
fields Is poor. There is little production,
but it Is not half the capacity of tho mines
and ovens. Tho mines along the West
Virginia Central nnd Norrolk and Western
rallronds are practloally doing nothiug.
About 90,000 is being paid to employes
of the Philadelphia aud Reading ruilroad
at Reading, a decroase of nearly 130,000
from some former months.
The Baltimore and Ohio will hereafter
enforce rigidly its rule that no employe
uisciiargvu ior uruugeuness snail oe re-employed.
The contract has been let for the build
iug or a larga shovel, nut aud bolv works
A paper mill to cist $31,000 will be
built at Watervliet, Mich., by capitalists
of Holyoke, .'-.a
Nearly all the carpet and weaving mill
in the noitheast section of Philadelphia
are resumiug operations by putting on
all their old hands as fast us they apply
for work at the manufacturer' schedule
'1 he Pennsylvania system will soon let a
contract lor the con6truetiou of a large
number of new coal cars of 8:),000 pounds
capacity. Before drawing the poms for
the builder several coal breakers in the
L-high region bad to bo visited by sur
veyors Li (;et the proper measurements.
wing to the suspension of the Read
ing's Schuylkill collieries, the transporta
tion force at Palo Alto, St. Clair and
Crcssona on the Reading railroad will be
reduced and the car shops at Palo Alto
are to be shut down lndellnitely, thus
throwing 1 SO men out of work.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
8tocks and Kondi
New YORK, Jan. J3. The course of the
market at the opening of the Stock Ex
change toduy was a disappointment to tno
hulls who were looking for higher prices
on taoueavy tnucripuoo to tne now gov
eminent loan and last week s enormous
gain in the bank reserve. When I he pres
sure against sugar was lifted und the Lon
don selling abated the wholo list started
up and a sharp rise ensued. Net. changes
for the day show gaius 0t-K to 1 percent,
except for Louisville and Nashville, Mis
souri Pacific, Reading aud Union Pacific
which lost k lo per cent. Sugar iv
down i and tbo preferred i."4' er cent.
Total sales wore 217,870 shares.
The following complete table snowing tho
day's fluctuations hi active stocks is supplied
and revised daily In Lallar & Fuller, stock
brokers, 1'all Wyoming avenue:
Am. Cot. Oil
Am Sugar SI
A. T. ft S. F UM
Can. So 5teW
Cen. N. J 115
Chic. & N. W l(ii'li
It. ft 0 75)14
(.'.. 0., 0, ft St. L... UN Hi
t ut , hock. vai. i
I), e) B IM
D 1.. ,v- W UDU
p. 40. t 2slS
(i. E. Oo 3D
Lake Shore 1 ''&
L. & N 44
Miss. Puc '.-Is
N. Y.&N. E 13
N. Y. Central I0OM
N. Y..O. A W 1541
N. Y S. 4 W lWj
U. 9. C. Co 19
North Pac 4U
North Pac. pf It
rao. aian i
J..O. A 1
Texas ft Pac. . .
W. ft L. E
W. AL. E. pf.
! m 'i
Chicago Orain and PrcvUions.
Scuantor, Jan. L The following quota
tions are supplied aud corrected daily by La
Bar ft Fuller, stock brokers.UI Wyoming avo-
WHEAT. Jan. May. July.
SH RT RIBS.
MH tat; Biiu
'rtN 114 IH
5b's 4u Wi,
n't, ml ml
U4?s Uj "?4
mt 30! MM
Hli Kid 7s?l
hk am u2
1X11 ! ' in
"7 770 -
77 787 -
87u fJH "
New York Produce Market.
New York, Jan. '.'2. Flour Dull,
weak, offered freelv- wlnfpr whnut I,.,,-
grades, 2.0Un2.4.V de fair to fancy.' f2.45
a2.75; do., patents, 140u3.6o; Minnesota
clear. S''.50s2 1HI- ilo. atrsi'-lits " i:i 91ta!l 5 ..
do. patents, MSOaCSOj low ex'tras, KLOSa
j.s.; cny nuns, SAOOj uo. patents, f4.'.' It
4.50; rye mixtures, $2.t)0a20, superfine,
Il.7oa8.10; flue, gl.73s'.'.
WntAT Quiet, easier; No. 2 red, store
and elevator, fiasOflc; allout. ti7n07c.;
f. o. b., i)651afl7Ji'p. : ungraded red, C0a07c. ;
no. i nortuern, .lao'a; optious opened
firm at M advance ou firm cables, de
crease on passage; May most active; No.
'J red closed, .lannsrv Raft - i '.. i.
86KC! March, 670. 1 Mar. 6VMe, June,
ma; uiy. ri.'4c; oerember, 0c
lohn Fairly active, firmer early, clos
ing weaker; No. 2, 4SKa4254c. elevator,
41i".n4lc. nlloat: uugraaed mixed, 43a44c;
steninur mixed, ansa.! No .Irsllnw hl
nl jC . No. 2 white; 4Sc, strnmer white.
SKMawc. options advanced c. on better
ciiblos and following wheat, fell ''i'ajj'c.
on increased stocks and visible and weager
west. ciosInL' weak at aik nndae Mi.
day; trading fair; May Most active; Jkiiu-
ary. !.;..: reurnarv, jtc; March, 4;t.4c.:
ots- Firmer, fairly active; options,
dull, steady: .lanuary, &J,Ve.; Februarv,
Itl'-ja; Mny, 84sc; No. 2 wmte February,
HO 'jr.; March, .'7c. ; spot prices No. 2
Wia; No. 2 white, StlaMe.! No. 2 Chi
cago, i14.',;c.; No. :i, HMO,) No. .' white,
114c. ; mixed Western, H4sB5a; WlittS do.
8o400. white state, 8540c.
BKKK-yuiet, Him; fllalJ; extra me s.
11KKF IUliH-Firm at fl :.0al7.
TlIRCiB Bi:kk Dull, steady: city extra
India mess $1090,
Cut Mkatr-Htter, demand Dim;
pickled ham. BifaOKc.i mkMlet, nominal.
Latin Better demand, stronger; west
orn Bteam closed at $8.00; city at THO. ;
option sales 500 tierces; January, f8. 10;
closing, $6, 15 asked; February closed S. (IS
nomloal; May, $8; closing is, noniaali
refined, dull; continent, fS.fO; South
Ameth'B, 19.00; compound, flaCfc.
PoRK-(juiet. flrmer; sales, 175 barrels;
mees, $14.50nl5. .
Butter In moderate demand; fancy
creamery firm; state dairy Waltf: do.
creamery, lSaSSoi Pennsylvania do., 'loMv.. .
westein dairy, 13Mal7c; do. creamery, IS
n2.iic; do. factory, lSalSc; Elgin, 25a
88WC; Imitation creamery, UMaiWl rolls,
12a 1 tic.
Chkksi Fair, demand firm; state, large,
9all4'c; fancy, 11.81140.; do. smell,
llal24c.; purt kituf, 4aloc. full skiuis,
Eoos Steady; moderate demand, ice
house, lie; do., per case, $la2.50: west
ern frosh, ElaMc. . southern, LlaWtfc.
THE SCR ANTON Axle Works
have issued 7.r.,(Mi) (Jf t; per
cent. (,'oupon Jionils, intciist
payable semi aimiuilly. These bonds
in to ran tor ten years, from Nov.
L, ls9;. Only a limited amount
arc offered for sale to investors.
These bonds ure first mortuaire ou
the entire plant of the oompany,
and are issui'd for tho nurpose of
enlarging the works. The bonds
are of the di'iioniiimtions of l,000.
1500 and $100 eaoh, For further
JNO. M. KEMERER, Pres.
Or E. U. RIPPLE, Tr. asuier,
rf tor an J fw
il Ten ear cpear.
il to revising, loo ed
.'1 mnrA than .SLIftn iVU
should own tliis
Oil tlonary. It un
swers all questions
concerr.lr.g the his
tory, spelling, pro
A Library ia Itself, it aisogivci
the often llesfroa n.f i ... : . i i i.ncernliu
eminent persons; facts concerning the
eoUlltl'tlU. ,-itl.. an, I n.,,,r.n 0mm.
tore of the v,lobe; particulars concerning
5 uoieu iiciu ions persons nnu places . irans-
......... ... iwiuipi ipiuiaiiou,, vtoins, auu
5 proverbs; etc., etc., etc.
J Tin's Work is luvaluahle la the
i hou ieliold, and to the teacher, seholat, prw
regional man, and sclf-nlucator.
Sold buAUJiooJcu th r.
S O. .1- ('. Mvrtiam Co
S tirimnot bnyoheantlhoto.
5 urmilh. it-pifauul aiH leia
2 r fr'.sniiiU,t'rri.i.i-n...in0
MOOSIG POWDER CO
Rooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bid's
MINING and BLASTING
Hade at the MOOSIfJ and KU8H
LaftUn ft Hand Powder Co.'
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fuset for explod
ing blasts. Safety Fuse and
RepaunoChemical Co.'sHigh Explosives
THE DUTHEIL STUDIO,
01 K LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
91V SCKAMOX, PA.
TT OAVING HA OR a contract with a
tUI frame factory to turn out 1,000
511 " 'rani' a between now and Chr st
4 mas, 1 wish toannounce tothe nub
3QJ,$ He thnt I will make a UENCINE
CRAYON' l'OHTHAir copied from
any small one ABSOLUTELY FREE OF
OH A HOE.
LATitaX SIYI.KS K FRAMES FKOM
s.5o icw auu.
Frames M per cent. less than regular price.
E. DUTHEIL, ArtUL
Frank P. Brown & Co.
W holt-sale Dealers In
Woodware, Cordage and Oil Cloth
720 West Inckawanna Ave.
Manufacturers' Agonts for CKOCKERy,
LAMPS and GLASSWARE.
(J, AUJUSTED ui
It ii marvelous how
these famous Watches
are taking the place of
all others where nccu-
rate time is required,
Railroad men will have
tetter Watch Works, Canton, Ohio
rtiaae a weii
Dili nut. u
laoniam nil nova
i; i.si l is i. uo ii vva. i a
Norvcun Plseases. f-'alllnp M. morr
l'arrti, ftlesleneee, Slently Kmia-
lions, etc.. ca li-.cn ly pa,t sbu-.Pi, ulves vlgiu- nflUii7i.
tu Hhi inleiiuii-iran. nml aslekly nut silrelv rmtOrOf
I. est Manhomj la o.J oi iini;. Easily oanrMdia rest
pocket I'li.-s i.no i(kte. Mi for MnM with
wrltli-nusuisiitee tenure nr isonrt ri-ruadeil. Hea l
let loiv Basrlaelpled dranfal seu you uss ki.j ui
ImilaUnn. ln.UtoiihiivlriciMUPrf noneother it
Lr ins ii,. I (rut Ii. will , run It bv mall upon ri crlpl
or in l. r. Pioiililet InnLiiled , iic. U.itH free. Adure.-
M ' I--.....IK.-.... III., r... .-...,..
SOLD by Matibrwi Bios.. Wholesale and Retail
piusm-di. SCKANTON, PA., and otbvt Lead
itlK Ut insists.
Removes Frecklei, Pimples
Liver IMolen Bltosheids,
Sunburn aud Ten, aud m
mores xno ssiu 10 lis ortjj,
r.al freshness, produclhR t
citar nun ueuiihv com
nlcxlon. Superior to all
preparations and perfectly harmless. At all
nniBgliita.ormalled for SOcfs, Send for Circular,
VIOLA SKIN 80AP It dimply IncomiMistils u
Ikla purltylng bump, aaiqvalrS rr tie tolas, rj4 ullbout s
ii.-! fur U14 silrsory. AbKlutely jsir,i an dtUuttdly aMll
t"" i. AJruli, Prioe ib Cents.
G. C. BITTNER os CO., Toi.euo, O.
For taloby Matthews Bros . Morgan llros.ai.d
Morgan ? Co.
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Two Coupons and 25 CENTS takes
c mbossa i cover.
Twj Coupons and 40 CENTS takes
Add 4 cents for postage If ordered by mail.
The Scranton Tribune.
Connolly & Wallace
Great Domestic Cotton Sale for a Few Days Only
Prices Lower than ever before reached in the history of the business.
In placing our order for Cottons we have taken every advantage the markets afford. The result is wo
nave tne largest and best bought stock in the city.
A Few Price Hints on 36-inch Muslins.
HILL o CENTS I ATLAVTIO P 5 CENTS
LoNSDALK 1 CENTS ATLANTIC A ...'.OX CKNTS
FRUIT OF LOOM TH CENTS j AitQYLE ,, ...... "Ity CENTS
PRIDE OF WhST 11 OENTSblICK HOCK ......5J CENTS
Rome houses advertise Hill and Fruit Muslins under the regular price and deceive the public by soil
lag them a . -8 width It is not honest competition. We keep nothing but the yard-wide goods in stock.
Sbeetlpg and Pillow Case widths from lO i.ich up to 2 1-2 yards wide. All 'the best makes, inciud
lug Mica, A amsuita, Atlantic and Lockwood. iu Bleached and Brown. Prices here same as the narrow
goods have fallen down to the lowest notch.
We have inaugurated this Special Rale at this time, when people generally replenish their Cotton sup
plus. Housekeepers should bear this fact in mind and improve the opportunity. Rah; lasts One Week.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court House.
Closing out the bal
ance of our
at following prices:
Russian Lynx Circular Cape, iuches, $La
Electric Heal Circular Cajjos, XI In 8.98
Astrakhan Circular Capes, il la 11.98
Wool s. fti Circular Cap, il In H.0J
Stono Marten Circular Capes, In 40.(Ki
Brown Marten Circular capes, it in 45.0U
Otter Circular Capes, il in 60.01)
Seal Sacques, 1)8 Inches long $110.00
Seal Jackets, id inches 100.00
Seal Jackets, il inches long tSO.OO
Astrakhan .Jackets, :il iuchei loui aS.OU
Soal Circular Capo, JO Inches long, w.th
liutterlly Cajw S6SO0
Otter Circular Cape, Jj inches long.wlth
Butterfly Cape 105.0(1
Sable Circular Cape, JOL.chea long ri (X
Astrakhan Circular Cape, 30 inches long ii 00
Eloctrlo Seal Circular Cane, JU In. long. . N Ui
Oray Crlminer Circular Cape. 30 In. long 3u UO
40 dozen American S.-al Muffs at....l each
1 lot . f children's sets at SSc. each
! lot of bleigh Robes, plush lliud 5J each
Ladies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Fourth Season of the Merry Comedy,
I'romtho Garden Theater, New York, where
It was veiy successfully pioduced
for a long run.
a competent company win present it here.
ALL LAUGHTER, MKIOHT AND
W ITTV DlALOOl'K HANDs'OME
lieunflt Hi ranton Branch o.' the Commercial
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
THURSDAY, JAN. ar,.
The Sweet-Singing Oeriuan Comedian,
CHAS. T. ELLIS,
In Uls New Version of HI Plcturesquo
HEAR ELLIS' NEW SONUS.
! FY 1 "A BUTTONHOLE BOUQUET"
1 BEQUEST 1 and "SANTA CLAL'S."
Hale of feats opens Tuesday.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
FBI DAT, JAN. .'u.
FIRST TIME IN' SCRANTON.
jA Temperance Tor:
Direct from Hoy: 's Madison Squar Theater,
-New Ycrk. Presented by Mr. George,
Kiclurda aud original compauy.
PRICES-First ten rows firs, floor, L Ba!
auce 01 nouao at regular 1 : .
Heat on sale Wednesday, Jan. il.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH ANO SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal u sol ettclusi .ely, insurmg
1 -leanlint-ss and couifoi t.
TIML XAULt IN intOV ii M .1, 1SD4.
Trains leave Hcranton tor Pittstou. Wilkes.
Barre, etc., ate.lw. s.ii. 11.30 a. m., r.'ao. 2.00.
Mp.i.00, T.HL 11. uo p. 10 Saaoay,0.O0 a.m.
1 00, 1.00, r.iop. ui
lor Ailautl. ( it y. 9 10 a. U.
For New York, Newark and Ellisbsth. 8.19
(express) n. m., UL30 osprest with Baffv.
parlor car 3 HO (express t p. m. Sunday, 2.00
Fob MAi'rn Cbqmk, ALLkatows,BiniLa
HtM. EABrci and -. . .. ,, t lo a. in..
U.ao, S.iio. 6.U0 (except Philadeipnlai p. in.
Hunday. i Oo v m.
For Lom; BlUMCB. Oi;lan QttOVS, etc., at
SklOa. n . Ii.80 p ia.
For Heading. Lebanon and Ilnrrlsburg. via
AUeatown, 8.10 a. iu.. lEtv, 5 oo. n.m. Bundar.
For PottsTille, 8.10 a. m . Ii 30 p. m.
Heturning. leave New York, foot of Liberty
street. North river, nt s.4." ;exprssi a. in ,
1 10, 1.30. 4.30 (express with Biiltei parlor carl
p. ui. Sunday. 4.80 a. in
Leave Philadelphia. Heading Terminal, 8.40
a. m , i.00 and 4 3J p. ra. Sunday. 0.27 a. m.
Through tickets to all iK-ints at lowejt rates
may be had on application iu advance to tb
ticket agent at Iba staticn.
H f BALDWIN,
. ti rr . Oeu. Pais Agent.
J. H. OLHAUSEN,
138 Wyoming Ave.
The only Practical Furrier in the city.
N. H. HHOOKS, Supt. snd Lecturer.
HARRY THORN E. SUge Manager.
Wee oommnclng Monday. jam arv M
DUBLIN DAN COMEDY CO.
In conjunction with
(Scenery of Ireland. i
Monday, Tuesday, lednesday,
LAKKY AND TEDDY.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
THH TWO DAN'S.
i;li;(;, r imMAS.
M AiiMI K l .M PAINTINGS,
IOo. to back of balcony: 'JOc. to front of
balcony and rear panjuetiu: JOr.opera chaira
PerformaflOB at 2.3J and 1,11 p.m. Doors
open at 1 3d and "
That wo aro hendqnartcrs for everything in
the line of WA'K. HKS. Il yon have any idea
of purchasing auv Wind of a Watch, ladv or
gout's. Uold or Silver, you will make a griev
ous mistake It you do not give us a Ball and
get our prices, which you will llnd far below
nil others, especially i:i all the high grades of
Klgiu, W nit hum and Hampden luoveineuts.
If you have any donbt and are at all posted
on prices gi e OS a call and we will liavo no
trouom menuvlui'liig you. Westlll haven largo
Work Com-nencing Jan. 22.
. 01 RIO MALI..
The Aburizinal lleautr.
The Man Woman.
T EH103 valley railroad
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. D. A BjB K at 8 a.iu . 1110,
-'.38 and ) 135 p. m via D , L A- W. R. R, so
il. 0a. m., and 1.3U, 3 50p in.
Leave Scranton for Pittston and WilkSB
?i'r?.via - L W. R. R., 8 08. 11 iu a .
Lit), 8.60, ti.uT. o.:i.H p. pj.
Leave (Scranton for Whlto Haven Hailet..:i
Pottsvillu and all points on the Beavsr
Meadow and Pot tsville blanches, via D AH.
R. H. nt 8 a.m.. ii !u. i:i8. 4.18 p.m . via D , L
A W. R. R .8 0S. 12 III a.m.. Lfi 3..10p.m
Ltavo Scranton for Bethlehem Eatou.
Reading, Harristurg and all tatermsdiate
points via D. ft H. R R.. 8 a.m., 12.10, 2.8, IMS
p.m.. via D . L ft W. R. R..U3. 1130 a. m I JO
I Leave Scranton furTunkhannuuk. Towanda,
Elniira. Ithaca. Oeneva and all intermediate,
points via I). H R. R.. MS and 11.33 p. in.,
via D. L. A- V. R. R.. V ') a in.. 1.30 p. m
leave Scrantou for lt.)cheswr. Buflalo. Ni
agara Falls. Detrnlt. Chicugo and all points
west vial) A H. B. R. I 2.S 1M1 8') p. m . via
D. L. ft W. R. R. and Pittston Junction .!.'
a. in. for Buffalo only ), MO l.JS p. m , via E. ft
W. R. K.. 4.16 p.m.
For Elmira and tho west via Salamanca, via
D. A H. R. R. ate 15 p. m., via D . L. ft W. R.
R. . 8. O.jh a. ni and U.uT p. m.
Pullman parlor ..nd sleeping or L. V. chiir
oars on all trains between L. ft B Juticrioti or
ilkes-Barre and New Y'ork. Philadelphia.
Buffalo and Suspeiuoun Bridge.
ROLLIN H WlLBI'R. Oen. Supt. East Div
CHAR. S. LKE. Oen. Pass. Ag t. Phila .Pa.
A. W NONNF.MACHER.Ass't Oon Pass Ag t.
South Bethlehem, Pa.
IIPI.AVVIDC AVn UITI.
6 L SON RAILROAD
i ommencing ,uay .v, isil-.
trains will run as follows
Trains leave Bridge 8trs
Station, Scranton. for Pltts-
m riEm . ' ,rl- " iines-oari c. eic, ft o1,
Af A 149 ' ";- W, W.4S a. n... 12.10,
f M I.2,, 8.38, 4.18, 6.15, 8.1.1. 9M
ftr " 11.85 p. m,
At' For New York and Phila
' delphia. 8.00 a. m , 1210, MS,
888, 116 and il "Op. m.
For Houesdalei.trom Delaware. Lnekawanna
and western depot', TOO, 8,30, 10.10 a.m. 12.00
m.. 2. IT. V10 p. m.
For ('nrbondftle and intermediate stations,
5.4(1, 7 00. 8.30, 10.10 a. m . 12.00 iu.,2 17, S.85,5 Y
t "0 and It 35 p. m. : from Bridge Mtreet Depot,
2.ii3 a. in., 2. Land 11 fp. m.
Fsst express to Albany, Saratoga, the Ad.
roadnck Mountains. Boston and New England
point. 6.40 a. m., arriving at Albany 124.V
Saratoga 2.20 p. ui , nnd leaving Scranton ut 3
n. m, arriving at Albany at '5" p. in. .Sara
toga, 12.55 a. m . and B.tou, 1.00 a. m.
The only dlreitt route bet ween tho eoa! tioLis
ap.it Boston. "The Loading Tourists' Route
of America" to the Adimndaok Mountain re
sorts, Lakes Ueorge aud Chauiplalu, Mon'.reaL
Ttsae t.iWcs sh.iwinir local and through tra'.u
.service DftweeB stations on all divisions Dela
ware aud Hudson sstem, may be obtained a.
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offices.
H. (- yOCNli, J. W. Bl'RDICK,
Second viae President. Oen. Puss. Agt.
sttK'k to dlspo o of, and will offer
derlul ludu'-euinuts iu Jeweliv,
t .ocks and all other goods which wo liavo in
C. W. Freeman
Penn Ave. and Spruce Mt.
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
Prices very reasonable. Space
will not permit in to mention the
good things for a Christmas din
ner. Stock is complete. Anything
to be found in a first-class market.
W. H. PIERCE,
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturer, and Dealers k
Burning, All QanJ
lubricating U LO m
Also Stalling and Joaroal Greasa.
OmCKt-721 West Lackawanna Ave.
WuKKS: Meridian Street
NElTJlTheWo.il s Smallest Lady
The Antipodean Puradox.
j rtELAWARE, LACKAWANNA
j nissiann KAn nuau
Mr. Tbeo. Heiubsrger, Violinist,
Lnte Pupil of JOAC'JIM, Berlin,
Asslated by MISS EMMA CONRAD,
Programme will bo published later.
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
COTM HoL'SE Sgi'AKU.
All kinds of Laundry work guaranteed
iri nnn prison
I Qdy. ni'lr' lu.l.nty, BtcKt'I u) I -f 1-1 .... 1
I Mmsi proohond Hw t,... hBB. itl-jilntw from
I lir.froiD'.l. eurM.fr. y Mil M.- ii Hot Spnn.. I
n a.rturyf.ii, Our Miiglo Remedy lhl
lour, naanui .i... o'-U". m.
Train leave Beranton as follow.-1: Exrres-i
for New Y ol k and nil points East, 1 SO, 1.60,
j 15, 8,00 ami '.'.,VJ u. in. ; 12 63 and $.60 ti, ill.
Express lor Kasioii, Trenton, Phliadelphia
and the South, 5 15, .00 and 0.90 a. m ; 121 51
and 1,60 p. iu.
waanlugton and way stations, 2.40 p. in.
Tobybaniia aecoiuuiodatloi:, 0 10 p. ni.
Expr ss for Binghaiiiton, Oswego, Elniira,
Corning, Bath. 1 Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10, 215 a. in. and 1 24 p. m., uitikiug
close connections at Buffalo to all points In the
West. Northwest and Southwest.
Bnflalo aooonuwMatloa. 0.06 a. n
Bingliamt OB and way stations. 12.37 p. Ill
NlOoOUOn sad war stations. 0 15 p. in.
Binghaiiiton and F.lmira Fxpieas, (ju5 p, 1 1
Express lor Cortland, Syracnsi'. Oswego,
I ties and Rlchfleld Spiings. 2.15 a. m. aud 1.2.
thlca. 2 15 and lliX) a. in. and 1 :'t p. in.
For Northumberland. Plttst on, Vt'iikea-Bnri ,).
Plymonth. BlOOBUMrg and Danville, making
.lose OOBSei lions at Noithum'oerlaud for
WlUlatMporl, Harrlsbargi Baltlmare, Wash
iugtoli and the South.
NortlnunlierUnd and intermediate stations.
uoo. v.50a in. and I HI and Oh', p. in.
Nanticoke and tuteiineitiate stations. 8.08
and 11.20 a. iu PlviuoUth and intermediate
stations, M0 and 6,68 p, in.
Pnllmaii pailor and llnplng ooache on all
l or detailed information, pookattlm tables,
etc . apply to M. L Sinith. city ticket ottlc.i.
32s Laxcaawanaaaveane, or depot ticket office.
'F.W YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERN
1 Railroad. Scranton Division. Time tablo
in effect Nov IK. I8H3.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondale:
L6& 8.30. 1 L06 a. ui., 4.,".0. tiO p m.
For Hancock Junction and main conuertious
II 05 a in . 0 10 p. m.
Trains leave liancock Junction for main
line connection tor Scranton, 0 03 a in , 2.W
Trains leave Carlmndalo for Scranton 7 21,
y 45 a. in.. 1,10, 5 34, 8,16 p iu.
J. 0. ANDERSON.
BMOraJ Pa'senger Agent, New York.
District Passenger Agent, Scranton.
1 ,'' " .
I H 11" AND WYOMING VALLEY BAIL'
Train loavo Scranton for New York and in
termediate points on the Erie and Mawlev and
local iHiiuts at 035. K45 a. m nnd 824 p. BL
Train leaving at 045 a. ui. and 8 24 p. in.
are through trains to ami from lloueedalo.
Trains Uayu fur W'lkes Barreat 9 10 a. in aud
3 II p. m.