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THE SCBAKTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY" MURXING. JANUARY 26, 189t.
Wantiof all itindi cost lhat muelt, ar-
cpt Situat ions Wante4,wliit an iwrtrd
Interesting Statistics Snowing the Magnitude
of the Pennsylvania System,
uring store; would linn
box 2S, Mont
ulTl'ATlOX WANTED I.Y
1 man with two years' experience In iowoly
unl watch l oo urine storo; would lino to
learn ro ire of the business: w-ag -s no object;
best of references. Audrey li.
GOOD 5 EAT BBWEB WT-HES A
few customers by tho day. Address. Dross
maker, general delivery city.
REACH FROM GOTHAM TO CHINA
ANTED - SITUATION AS BOOK-
keener bv I graurute 01 hentoUe
Academy. OocJ I uteri nets furnished Ad
dress Box li.'. Factory v it le.Pa.
CITUATIOS WANTED -BY A VOUNO
C married msu m Janitor or tend furnace
Aduiess N Tribune Office.
V CRSE-LAIMHS' NTHSKWori.il I.IK
SITUATION WANTED AS NURSE (URL
or lodoUgn.noaeewore'. Addr.'-s.
L li.. No. Ill N Fi Imore uvc
TANTED-POSITION BY A MARRIED
man ;.s uardn. r or Mori t; will take
uny otiier honor. ible cmploymen'. Address,
VV II., No. 313. Phelns t , scrantoii. Pa.
' ANTED A SALESMAN. 120 TO J)
weekly can be male witliour goods in
any locality, will prove it or lorfeit fliKi.
t-alurv Of omntnlMlon as you prefer. Tlio re
sults of a lew hoars' work often equals a
we.k's wages, Andrea -manufactur-
HRS." P, O. Box oSilii, Boston. Muss.
'ANTE.) THREE C.OOD MEN To (.'AN
as for an article that will sell at sigut ;
can make fla or HO per WtaB, Call at room lo.
Arcade Building, second tlojr.
SALE - a'
ok SALE A SADDLE HORSE, FOR
want of us.-, can be seen ut uverystauB
0 Warnei. Green '. 1
1 'OH SALE - bi ACRE FARM. bTOOK
r and utensils. J 31. SHEFFIELD, 42o
Mouroe sa e.
nOR SALE - ONE NEW YOST TYPE
I writer, also Ue new Abbott cheek punch,
at a bargain. Addles 11. J . tare Tribune of
VOR BALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SCRAN
1 ton property A beariug orange grovo
increasing In production and value yearly in
the oranae section in Florida. Addnai F. E.
NETTLETON. Lake Helen. Florida
iKRENT AFH1L1 -THE ROOMS NOW
.1 ocettpied by tbe Telephone Exchange, 3U
Apply at the office of
Lehigh Salt Minimi Co., Third National Bank
Lehigh Salt Milium t
i u Id ..: L S. and K ('
I -i.iK RENT HOUSE 47 WYi 'MINO AVE
.1 nue from April J. Eleven room-, all the
Bluderu Improyemen s. rent So" ier month
Apply to F. H. i LEMoNS. la Lackawanna
T brick build
TWO FLOORS OF THE
Apply at '.'IT Penu avenue
. H'RE Fi'K KENT MORS ROOM AND
basement, No. 128 Penn avenue, now oc
CUp.ed bv C. S. Woohvorth as an ceDt store
Inquire or B. O. HILL. 131 North Washington
'oRRENT A LARUE SloRE ROOM AM
IM Spruce street Inquiie at 111 Wyoui
PuH RENT -TWO-SToRY BRICK UWEL.
J llui! house
Forest court. Apply to M
agent. 7il West Lackawa
ri'O LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
J Part or a'.l cf three bun lred feet of yard
rem along railroad. Apply at 2I Franklin
RENT-STORE 2Sxi OR FURNISHED
hail on Cireeii Rldae street. Verv desira
ble location and on reasonable terms. Appiy
to F. E. NETTLETON or C S. WOODRUFF
ril LACKAWANNA TRUST AND SAFE
I DEPOSIT COMPANY, OP SCRANTON,
PA.. Jan. la. ism.
THE ANN UAL MEETING OF THE STOCK- I
holders of the Company for the elsctioii of i
Directors will b-; held nt their office. No. IM
Lackawanna avenue, o i Monday. Feb y 5, '
between the hours of 3 and 4 p in
HENRY BELIN, Jr., ecr.tary.
''PHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR,'
1 containing Frank Leslie's famous oi l
war plcturee. Two volumes folio. Every
pige illustrated, over Su rages. As anedu
tktoT it is unexcelled. Sold on easy monthly '
j uyments. both volume delivered complete '
Address P.O. Moody. 3t Franklin avenue,
agent for Northeastern Pennsylvania.
f EAL tickets can be had it hi.
jaM eorner Sprure street and Franklin are
Hue. Twenty meal tieuets for tltO, Oood ;
I"T S.MAI.i, HUNTIMi Doll ALL
i white with noaDtlon of hind Uir and
If It Wero Possible to Put All Its Mile
age Into One Straight Road, There
Would Be Enough to Span the Con
tinent, the Pacific Ocean, and Leave
a Margin for Excursion Purposes
Into Interior Asia Other Bright and
Timely Information Relating to In
dustries. Chief EuRineer Brown of the "Pemi
sy" in his annual report explains that
with the nearly BOO miles of new trHik
UiJ in 1898 included, the total miles of
road now operated mid i'antrolld by
tho PenniylVAniA ayetem is MTUIt, of
Which 41H7 constitute tln 1 i lies oust of
Pittsburg unit Erie und 48S5 the lines
west of Pittsbur.' and BSrt, If iiii the
lines coulrolloil by tho Ponusylviuiia
Hailroml compauy were pluurd iu
it st flight line they would extend
from New York to Sun Francisco and
retnra, and thoti a tingle-track road
lor the lame distance could be laid to
tome othnr point. Including th i sec
ond, third and fourth tracks and the
company's sidings, thu PtMHsTlvanU
ttailroad company owns uud controls
18,1801 miles of track, which would bo
long enough, if it wero feasible, to ex
tend from w York to China, with a
few miles left for excuraiou lines in the
Btatenwnt of the bmineis of all lines
of the Pransylf rain Railroad comp my :
All lines east of Pittsburu and Krie,
lor December, 1808, as compared with
the sumo mouth in 180 show decrease
iu gross earnings of 1888,07801, de
crease in expenses of SD an 1 in
crease lih net earning of $1SI -17K
The twelye months of - ' compared
with thosnme period of 1S9'.', show de
crease m gross earnings of $2,4t!o.0i0 83,
decrease iu expsnses of $1,888,844 08
and decreuso in net earnings of 3 13,
T0. 01. All lines west of Pittsburg
and Erie for December, 1898, U com
pared with the same mouth iu lSHi.
show a decrease in gross earnings of
$707,808.01, a decrease in expn.ies of
$181,880.98 and a decrease in net earn
inirs of $899,611.78, The twero months
of 16U3, as compared with tue same
period of 1889, show a decrease iu
gross earnings of $(,2'.'7 16 'JJ. a de
' crease in expeusss of $837, -135 49 and a
j decrease in netesrniugs of $ 49.731. 50.
Sys the Philsdeluhii Tirass: "Coal
trade authorities report tne almost
total absence of deuiaud in tide-water
j markets. The shipments of the roads
; are at the minitnr.iu, aud weie it not
; for tbe fact that returns are compir.l
with thosa of Jaunary last year, which
was an exceediujly bad month on ac
count of adverse weather conditions,
they would snow heavy decreases.
Prices are being cut and cash orders
art placed on abont buyers' terms. The
j only detnaud is for pea and buckwheat
sizos. The marked curtailment of the
i month has left rtocks of these lltM ex
j ceadingly small."
This is the language in which tho
Manch L'hunU Dsily News seconds tbe
! motion: ''Up ut Wilkes-B irre and
Scrantoii, tbe new railroad from
Wilkes-Birre to Stroudsbur? has been
dubbed the 'Panther Creek Line.' That
name will answer. We were always
compelled to refer the road as tus 'new
road from Wilkes-B irre to Strouds
burg,' becaneo half of tbe time wo did
not nave the correct title at hand, and
for fear of confusing it with a number
of other roads, in that direction, from
Munch Chunk, that are almost similar
in title. "Panther 'Creek' will go, but
hadn't we better drop the 'C'rtck' for
the sake of brevity?"
used to filled in the remainder of the time,
and will keep the mills running."
Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad compauy has
finished its repair .shops at Pottsville
All tbe coal sidings of the Jersey Cen
tral railrcad are crowded with unsold an
thracite. It IS the general belief m Philadelphia
that, the charges ot Isaac L. Rice hgaiuat
ex-Fresideui McLtod, so far aa relit" to
any deliberate tQismuosgemeot.liave fallen
flat Mr. VcL'od Is receiving general
A petition is in circulation in opposition
to the Erie i Ian ut leorgauization. Among
those who have sigued are the bnukiug
linns of August Ueltuouc & Co., Kuhu,
Leon & Co.. Hullgnried tt Co., VWmilyo 4;
Co., E. H, lUrriuiau & Co. and Charles A.
lbe Delaware) iron works, Now Cutis,
will start up next Monday, in ull dopail-
1) Joues & Co. 'a foundry and engine
works at Fremont, O., started after six
mouths' Idleness. OvfT SfiO men are em
ployed. Acompuny with a capital of $10,000,000
has beea organized to work anthracite coal
lauds in Sonnra, Mex.
A bill to appropriate jfi0,iAM),UU0 to deepen
and wideu thu Eriucaaal is before the N'uw
The tires in all the furnaces ot No.
works of the Pittsburg Plate Ulass o in -pony
were lighted Tuesday morning. The
works will resume in full, but at reduced
wages. Eight hundred men will b em
ployed. The Philadelphia and Roatling's colli
eries will hereafter work three days in a
Dyspspria nnd Indigestion
In their worst forms are cured by the
usoof P P. P. If you are debilitated aud
ruu down, or If you need a tonio to regain
llt'dti Hint lost appetite, strength und vigor,
take P, P, P., und you will he strong aud
healthy, bw shuttered constitutions and
lost mauhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke
Hoot aud Potaiaium) is the king of ull
medicines. P. P.P. is the greatest blood
punlier in thu world, lor sulo by all
a Cougu wiux a Weak Sys
tem.Consumptlon with Weak
Lungs, or Disease with Loss
of Flesh. Take
Tempt dot Connolly & Wallace
the Cream of Cod-liver OH,
for any ailment resulting from
poor nourishment. Physician,
tho world over, endorse it.
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
ptoprd by bcolt i towns, N, V. All lrunts.
;iriil vigor qukklf
i.IL'HI ly Cltlla- tout,
Htnii'liy, M.v. urcty ein4 1 .y I -Ml A (Ml. the L-r.'at
HlndDU ICt llii djT. W i'Ii Mr -iMrniriiHraatrplut'urt. SoJd by
SlAll'HLWa U1C08., Urugit, bcroutou, f
PHYSICIANS AND BUttOEON
RNANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Bonds
New Yoiik, Jan. Jo. Extreme dullness
characterised dealing at the stock ex
change dnrlps the greater part of the day.
Total SOlM In, 1 18 The great bulk of tho
business was in St. Paul, sugar, Hurling
tou, Western L'nion and Louisville and
Nashville. The bulls had the market well
under control until a late hour. The
dealings, however, were devoid of aui
matiou aud for the most part uninterest
ing. The advance iu prices was
equal to al per cent. No
change of importance iu the speculative
temper occurred until about 1 o'clock,
when tbe bears discovering indications of
free realizaiious, took measures to frighten
the small traders into selling. The decline
from the highest hguie of the morning'
was equal Eo.VtO, Among the inac
tive stocks Lackawanna sold at 101. This
is the first sale sine- Monday, when the
stock brought 100, The market closed
weak at about the lowest point.
The tot In Wing coinple table showing the
day's fluctuations In aeti'. e stocks is supplied
ancl revised daily by Lallar & Fuller, stock
brokers, 1-1 WyomiuK avenue:
Ouen- Bull- Low Clos
ing, est. est. i i'.
.. m a; su m
.. fig 7M 77'. "
.. lli k-tg iuj ll4
Am Cot. OIL.
A m sugar. . . .
A. T.& S. V...
t en. N. J
l ine. St N . W
('.. B, y
0., t'.. 0, & St. I..
Col., Hock.Val St 1
about one eye
1 inder will be rewarded by
P 'HO LAS M Al.ATKSTA, HI
JHR SALE SIN'OLE HOL'SE, nSQUIKOY
avenue; very desirable location. Ar.ply
O F liEYNOI.DS. or W i I WAUUKN
WILL BUT MoliERN KEWf-KOUM
O honso, all Improvements: terms easy; cor
DOT Madison avenue and Delewure street. Ad
plv HAIiKY LEU,
cL-Wi WILL BL"? VEKY DEBIRABLI LOT
V corner Madiaon avenu uud Delaware
street Terms easy. Apply
Nsw York Produce Market.
New York. Jan. J.V Flock Dull, weak,
Wheat LJuiet, lower; No. U red, store
nnd elevator, aSXWc; f. o. b., M ,a
tifl'c.; ungraded red, 00a08c.j atloar,
'KSJic; No. 1 northeni, id!a70c. ; op
tious, clo.-ed weak, Jjc. over yntflrdavy;
No. 2 red January, OSJc. : Febru
ary. 66c; March, Me.) May, bs',c; June,
6c.; rfnly, 7(i;t'c: August, 71.c. ; Decem
L'oitN Market 9rm, iuiot; No. 2, 4350.:
elevator,4t4c; ungraded mixed,4:i!ji4:ic.;
steamer mixed, !... . ; low mixed, s8jj
nl . i.; nplious closed tlrm; Januarv,
43Jic; February, He , March, 45c; May,
Uats Quiet, Urmer: options, dull.tlrm;
January, Sisc; February, 84c: March,
o4Hc: May, 35c; No. 1 white Febuary,
:!.,;a3o3;c,: March, ilTMs.) spot prices:
No. 8, 33Jic: No. 3 white, 3blc.; No.
liiChicugo, MfiC: No. 3 while, 86c.;
mixed western, 34)t85c.: white do ,3U)i
400.! white state, 8b);a40c.
t.ztr Bams Quiet.
'Iikrseo Hi i.i - Dull, steady.
COT Miats Moderate demand, firm;
pickled bellies, Sc.: do., shoulders, Ojc. ;
tiaius, 914c; middles, nominal.
Lakh Quiet, firmer; western steam,
IS.U5; options ! January, ts.05; i
Pebruory, $8.00: May, 7.; refined (juiet; I
continent, f South Auericu, fS.00;
compnuud, .: ,c.
Pork Moderate, demand steady; mess, j
lit i mi Firm, active: state dairy,
lr)a28c; do. creamery, 18u22o. ; Peunsyl
vania do., WfilMc, ; western dairy, 18Va
17c.; do. creamery, lSa2Uc; do. factory,
l Sal He; Elgius, 2Xabc: imitation cream
ery, 14Hal8c; roll, l'.'nloc.
Cuessk -Fair demand, steady; state
large. Valine ; fancy, II .all',,- ; do.
email. 10Xal2?ic. ; part skims, 4al0c. : full
Eoos Firmer; ice house, lKalSc. ; do.
per case, 2.0a3.2J; weaiein fresh, 1CX
lKt, limed, nalSHc; southern, 18
Fatal neglect is little short of suicide.
The consequences of a neglected cough are
too well known to need repeating. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures a cough
promptly. Hold by all dealers on a guar
antee of satisfaction.
The anthracite Bales agents at a meet
ing in New York yesterday, decided to
make the Febrnary production of an
thracite 80 per cent, of the capacity
which is about 2,'ioO.OOO ton. The
production in February last year was
11,128 807 tons and 8,179,081 tons In
192. They further resolved to meet
on Feb. 15, when, if the weather has
been mild, they will further reduce
the production, nnd if cold they will
increase it. Nothing was done in th
way of changing prices,
Fonr-fiftlw of the total coal produce
of the Cuited Kingdom is consume I iu
the country, aud tbe remaining oue
lirth, cr rather three-fourths of it, are
exported toother countries, tbe balance
being nied by steamers at sea.
Tons. Per cent
Home consumption of
coalinlsui 149,l0'.i.;.M SO.O
; Shipped to colonies iu
I lbM 2.705,451 1.4
I Shipped to foreign conn-
I tiles ill 1802 ,ij,7i40,',,dO 11.3
i I used by steumers at sea
I). H urn,
D L. Jt W Ml
I) ft 0.7 i'u'i,
(4. E. Co
L. Si M
N. Y. & N. E
N. Y. Central.
N . Y 0. m W
N . Y.,S. W
U. S. t'. Co....
North Puc. pf.
It. T ...
T..C. ft I
Texas ft Poc...
l'nion Pac 1P
Wabash, pf 4s
W. Union H5U
V. L, E 13
W. ft L. E. pf IttM
11 ii E. DEAN. Diseases ot the Eye, Nosa
I .... ; street, oppo
A J. CONN ELL, Olllre 2U1 Wnsliiugtou
avenue, corner snriiee street, over
drug store. Itesidenee. 722 Vina si.
Office hours: lO.SU to 12 a. m. and 2 to nnd
41 HO to 7.IW p. in Sunday, to 3 n in
R W K, ALLEN. Oftleo ror Liicki-
w.innaaiid Washinetoii aves . : over i-oon-
uid shoe store: office hours. IU to 1:1 a. m. aud
DtO 4 p. m.; eveniugs at leeldeucu, 51- N
tv aHinngtou ave.
li. Q L FKhY Practice, llmnel to Dis
eases of tlie Eve. Ear. Nose aud Throat
office. 1.' Wyoming ave. Residence, 5.V
L M. UATES. lie Washington Avenue.
Oftleo hours, i to U a Iu , lUUto 3 and J
to s p.m.
JOHN L. WF.NTZ, M. D.. Office., 52 and II
Commonwealth building: residence 711
Maillsonave: oltleo hours, LJ to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to
S; Sundayu 'i.30 to 4, evenings at residenco. A
spec ialty iiiinle of avaaaea of tho eye, ear, uoss
und throat and gynecology.
K. Q, D. .UUHKAY. specialty made on dis
eases of eve aud akin.'Jl.i Wytuning Ave.
Office hours: Until Ma m -to4 and 7 to Spin.
Mlts. Dlt KINO, laiMCLUEK BY BTBIEC
At ('arbondalo on Fndaya of each wisk.
Great Domestic Cotton Sale for a Few Days Only
Prices Lower than ever before reached in the history of the bu3ines3.
Iu placing our order for Cottons we have taken every advantage the markets afford, The result is we
have the largest aud best bought stock iu the city.
A Few Price Hints on 36-inch Muslins.
BLEACHED. I UNBLEACHED.
HILL 6 CENTS
ATLANTIC P 5 CENTS
ATLANTIC A j CENTS
AltUYLE rX CENTS
BLACK ROCK- ai CENTS
I'KL'ir OK LOOM
PRIDE OF WEST 11 CENTS
Souie houses advertise Hill aud Fruit Muslins under the regular price and deceive the public by sell
ing them a 7 8 Width. It is not honest competition. We keep nothing but the yaid-wide goods in slock.
Sheeting and Pillow Case widths from K) inch up to 2 1-2 yards wide. All the best makes, includ
ing Utic, WMUsntta, Atlantic and Lockwood. iu Bleached and Brown. Prices here same as the narrow
goods have fallen down to the lowest notch.
We have inaughrated this Special Sale at this time, When people generally replenish their Cotton sup
plies. Housekeeper should bear this fact in mind and improve the opportunity. Bale lasts Oue Week.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court House.
Closing out the bal
ance of our
V r. I K It I N A It V h V ROEOM S.
College. Office. Summer's
tlsti v a
Uvsrv, H2 Diz st
'IYic,h.mc No. II :
gold medalist of On
near Keller s uarriagu shop
Jan. May. July,
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I. . Yl.ltri.
M. C. HANuk'S 1-aw uud Collection of
flee, No U17 Spruce St., opiiosltu Forest
House, Bi runton, l'a,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable coricsponu
ents in every county.
lEssri-s & IIA.Td, Attorneys alid Counsel
I Jon at ljw. Commonwealth building,
Washington ave. W. H. Jtssi-p,
BonAci a hamd,
W, H JkHOf, J 11.
ILLAKD, WAKBEN ft KN API', Attor
net s and Counselors at Luw, Republlcuu
building. Washington ave., Sernnton. Pa.
nATTKKHON 'ft' W1LUUX, Attorneys and
1 Counsellors at Luw; offices li aud D Library
build.ng. bcraiiton, Pa
lioswrri, H rATTinsoa,
WtLtl sM A. WltUOQj
A LFREDHAND. WILLIAM J, HAND. At
1y tornevs and CoQBSOllors, Couiuionweulth
biPl liiiB Kooms ID. 2d mid Jl
PRANK T. OKr.LL, Attorney at Law. Uot
" ft, Conl Eicliange, Scrantoii, Pa.
MILTON W. I.OWKY,
C 11 von sToncii.
I toll 11V.
C. II. siiuare.
IAMESW. QAXPOKD, Attorney at Law.
i rnona OA Otand 60, Com moii wealth b'l'g.
"JAMI'EL W. BDUaB. Attorney al Luw.
Cj OAi e, ol Bprnoest., Iseranton, Pa.
fi.OfsO.PJ'J 4 4
Total lS0,l4,iKI4 100
It is extremely difficult to ascertain
the amount of coal constnu (! in oacli
of tho great industries and for domes
tienscs. A writer in the Iron ami
Steel lradts' Journal makes the fol
lowing approximation to the homo con
sumption for 1888;
Tons c.'sl. Per c't
Iron amUteol industries. 4 MOaON Ml
Smelting other metals
Hiver steauiors, etc
'las and water works
Pottery aud works..
2. 500, (UK)
I). If li 1. 000
a son. 000
. 2, Mil), 000
Chicago Drain and Provisions.
Scrast ih. .Ian. -'I Ti e following quota
tions are supplied and o irrected d iily by La
Bar ft Fuller, stock brokers.121 Wyoming avenue.
01 sing ,.,
l ow st
Sll UT RIBS.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
rnii.AiiEi.i'niA. l.in, Tallow was
quiet uud unchanged. I'rlcei were:
1 mid city, in hogsheads, ." , t.'-V'. prime
'nutry, in 1 ogslieads, 5V4c. do. dark-, tn
hogsheads, IJfCl cakes, ".;ic ; grease, 4)a
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of C'annjoharie, N. Y.,
says that ho always ktieps I r. Kings New
Discovery Iu tho house, ami his family has
always fuuud tbe very bust results follow
Its use; that ho would not he without it if
procurable. 4. A. Dykeman. druggist,
Catlsklll, N. Y., says that Dr. Kiur s Now
Dlscovciyis undoubtedly the best cough
remedy; that he has used it in his family
for eight years, and it has never failed to
do all lhat Ik claimed for it. Whv not tre
remedy so long tried nnd tested'' Trial
bottles free lit Matthews Bros', drug story.
Regular size 50c. and L00.
Have used Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil for
croup and colds, nnd derlnre it a poaitive
curs. Contributed by Win. Kay, 670 Ply
mouth Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
A WATRES, Attorney ut Law.
Lackawanna ane. Hcranton. Pa
P. SMITH, CMUksallM at Law. Offloe
rooms 54. faV fsl Commonwealth huildinir
It PITCHER. Attorney at Law. Cvn
J . monwea tli bollnniB. Srranton. Pa.
IX COMKOYB. l Sprnce st
DU KEPLOOLE, Attorney- Loans tie-o
tinted on real eatnte security. 40s Spruce.
K1LLA.M, Attorney at Uit, Ym v
in ing avenue, Boron ton.
HAVE YOL'H DEEDS AND MORTOAOES
written and uckuowledg.M by J. W.
BROW NINO. Attorney aud Notary Public, H
Common wealth BaJIdlns?.
at following prices:
Russian Lyax Circular Cap is, 24 inches, J4.96
Electric Seal Circular Capes, 21 In 8.M)
Astrukhau Circular Capes, 24 Iu 9-116
Wool rt ul Circular Cap -a, 21 iu H.4IJ
htono Marten Circular Capua, "I In 40.00
Brown Marteu Circular Capes, -4 iu 45.00
Otter Circular Capes. 24 In 50.00
Feat Saeipios, 3- inches long 1150 00
Sou! Jackets, inches 100.00
Heal Jackets. 24 inches long 61.00
Astrakhan Jacket,, Jl lncbe, louj 1)5.00
Seal Circular Cape. JO tncbos long, w.th
Butterfly Cape ftCOO
Otter Circulur Cape. JO mches long. with
butterfly Cape 105.00
Sable Circular Cape, JO Inches lung Si 00
Astrakbau Circular Cape, IU inches lung H W
Electric Seal Cu jular Cape, '! in. long '.'0 00
Or-iy Criuimer Circular Cape. JO In lung JU ou
10 dooan American B.-al Mutts at. ...81 M escb
1 lot ,f children's suts at He. each
1 lot of Sleigh Robes, plush Un ci ,.,.81 each
Ladies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
138 Wyoming Ave.
The only Practical Furrier in the city.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
FRIDAY, JAN SO.
FIRST TIME IN SCR ANTON.
A Temperance Town
Direct from Boyt s Madison Syuaro Thtater,
New York. Presented by Mr. Oeoige
Richards and original company.
PRICES-First ten l ows first Moor, l. Bal
ance of house at regular prices.
Seats on sale Wednesday, .Ian. 24.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL KA1LH0AD OF N, J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATL'UOA Y. JAN 27.
Charles A. Gardner (Karl)
In His New Comed
1 X.U XI
By .las It, liaroy and Dr. A. E. Wood.
New and startling scenic effects by L. H.
Seavey, of New York. New and catchy songs
by Oustave II. Kline.
A TROl'PE OF 4J r.RM AN TYROLEAN
SINGERS, in roues ot their native land.
Bale opens Tumaday.
Anthracite coal ueed i
cltuulluess and omfort.
ll Ml: TAStB in Ml ret JA7.M4. 18W
Trains leave Bcranton for Pittston. WUkss
Hurre. etc . at n.lu, V.lt, 11 io a. m.. 12.80, '.'Oj.
?. do, is is i, 7 25. 1105 p u.. Knndajrt, ii.tsj n m ,
I 00, 2 lsJ. 7.10 p. in
For Atlantic Citv, I 10 a. in.
For N-w York, Newark and Elizabeth. S 1 1
lexpressi a. in.. :.M lezpress with Bufie;
parlor car 3,90 (Mpreit) p. m. Sunday. 2.00
ron liAccn cih sk. aixcntowk, Btrnw
in. .i EasTOM and PaiLAIIELrNlA, t.V a. in .
12.80, J.SO, o.OO i except Phiiadelpilis i p iu.
Sunday. 2 00 p in.
For Lum. BRAacB. OCBAD QBOVS, etc.. at
S.lOn. .. 12.80 p. in.
For Reudmg, Lebanon and Harrisburg, via
Allen town, 10 a. m.. P.'.jij. 5.00, p.m. Sunday,
i tO p. m.
For Pottsville. S 10 a. ni . 12.80 p, in.
Returning, leave New York, foot ot Libeitv
street. North river, at till i express u. m.,
Hi', 1.80, 4.1) i express with buffet parlor car I
p. m. Sunday. 4. 30 a m
Leave Philadelphia. Keadlug Teiiuln..!. MO
a. m , 2.0J aud 4 p in. Sunday. 0.27 a in.
Through tickets to ail point! at lowest rates
may be had on avpHoaiion in advance to the
ticket agent at :hi Station,
H V BALDWIN,
Oeu Fas-J Agent.
J. n. OLRAV8EK.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
MONDAY. JAN. 'M.
i.l appeal ante bars and only visit this
BARN'ABEE, KARL and M..DONALD S
Robin Hood Opera Go.
An exceptional OOit, including
F'atimub I ,u :, Jeiomu Stykes.
Mary Pulmjr. K b. Wentwortb,
Agnes Stone, Ross David
Ethel hale tie C E. I andie,
And a strong chorus.
Special Scenery Elaborate Costumes
Special Prices Pal Kir. Si 25: orchestra, or
i iie-tra circle and I Wo nrst rows ot balcouy
81j reuiaiudur of balcony, 75c ; gallery, 25c.
Bale op 'lis Friday.
EIllon VALLEY RAILROAD
Tram leaves Serantoa Cor PbUadalnhla and
New York via. D. ft 11 'R It at 5 a.m . 12 10,
Ul and 11.86 p. n via D. L it w. R K . o
11 0 a. m.,und 1.3), s p in.
Leave Scrantoii for Pittston and Wilkos
Barre via D., L ft W. R, R , t OS, 11 m
1 JO. a 60. 8.07, D.JS p, in.
Leave scruntou tor White Haven Iin'V:
Pottsville and all points on tne Beav-r
I lie idow and Pottsville branches, via D ft H.
i R. R at Sam. 12 10, ttt, 4 liip.m , v a D , U.
I W, R R . .(. 12 10 a in., 1 30. a&v p.m.
' Leave SWOntOB for DeUilohem. Eastou.
j Reaiiing. Harrisbnrg and all lntennediat i
I points ,a D. ft H. R R. I am .1: 10, 2 89 11. .'
I p in .via D . L ft W. R R .s us 11 20 a ui , I HI
J .50 p.m.
I I Leave Bcranton for Tunkhinno-k. Tow an la.
Einiira. Ithaca. Ueoetva aul all Intermediate
points via D. ft H R R.. 1 25 und lM p. in.,
via D I., ft W R. R . Vila in.. LSOp m.
Leave Scrantoii for R- hester. Buffalo. HI"
agara Fullr. Detr-ii. Chicago uud ail pun's
west via 1) A II It. R. ! tM 15 II 8' p. IU . via
D. L. ft W. R. R. and Pittston Junction .S5i
a. in for Butia.o oniy . l-UVeS p. m, t la 1. ft
W. R R.. 4.10 t. m.
i'or Elmlra and the west via DolOBTtnca, via
n. ft H R. R all. lap. m . rlaD.. L. ft W. R.
R, ii, jMO a. m aud 6.4)7 p tu.
Pullman pai lor and sleeping or L. V. rbotr
cars on all tiaius lietw-een L. ft B. .luuctlon or
Wilkes Barre and New York. Philadelphia.
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN H WlLlU'R, Oeu Sunt. East Div
CHAS s. LKE, lien. Pass Ag t. Phila.P.i.
A W NoNNF.MACHEH.A-s t O.n Pass Agt.
South Bethlehem, Pa.
Total home consumption 14S,IO,0W 100
Jersey Central trainmen who had
been charged with making unpleasant
remarks to the non union Lehigh Val
ley men employed daring the striUo
have received letters from tho division
superintendents, requesting thorn to
cease such annoyance.-, uud to let the
Lehigh Valley insn alone. It is claimed
tnst tbe actions of the Central men
have operated against the reinetiits-
merit of many of the Leuigb Vallsv's
old man, and' also against the Central,
hence the request to stop further an
noyances. Minor Industrial Notes.
Vice President Rafferty and L L Deraor
cst, general freight and passenger agout of
the Wilkes Barre and Easteru railroad,
have been inspecting the Wilkes-Bar re end
of the line and express satisfaction with
With orders sufllcieut to keep it busy all
winter, the New Haven Rolling mill has
resumed operatioas in full,
i me by one tbe great irou and steel mills
of Youiigstown,0.,aiid vicinity are steadily
resuming operations. A prominent mill
man ssid Weduusday: "Orders that are
to be used immediately will be tilled first,
and those that are not so pressiug will be
H liOOL OF THE LACKAW ANNA. Mcr-m-
Catalogue at request
prepares boys and girls forcolleg.
tnorouguiy trains Vuuug children
Rev. Tnovi vs II, C4.N.
Wai-tku II. Hill I I
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
aud School. 412 Adams uvcmie. Punils
Jan nary M
all times. . term will upuu
III N I IsTs.
(i c LAfJBACH, Burgeon Dentist, No, Hi
' ' Wyoming eve
R. M. s'l'RATl'liN, oltlc, ( .ml Ev liiingo
TOP PAY1NU RENT iiW.N YOUR
huino. Money to loan on easy uioiitlily
lavmeuts. S. N. CALLENDER, Dime Baug
. , I
wei e p t i; . , CT 11fsJ
N. H. BROOKS, Supt and Lecturer.
HARRY THORN E. Stage Manager.
Week commencing MIIMIAV.,1 AM' AIIY
THE GEM COUPON, THE MOST
UNIQUE OF ALL.
A Trip Through the Colum
72 leaves, printt'il ou one Bide
Ottly. Showing ull the places oi
i inti'iest on main gronods ami
I .Midway l'laisnuee. Size, 5x7
i lunbossed paper cover or lull
Two Coupons and 25 CENTS takes
i rmbossj i cover.
Twj Coupons nrd 40 CENTS takes
Add 1 cents for postage if ordered by mall
The Scranton Tribune.
no I M.s AND RGRTAUnANT
'HE WESTMINSTER. -17 219 Wyomuig
live. Rooms tiuuted with steam: all nvnf
em Improvamenta. c It, Tin man, Proiv
ZIKOLKRH HOTEL. H27 Lackawanna ave
nue, Scrum-hi Ratts reasonable. ,
P. ZlUUIR. Proprietor.
W. O. SCHENCK. Mai.niSer
bixlcentb street, one blook east of Broadway.
at L'nion Square, New York.
American pin n. :;5o per dty and upwnrd.
'oYNi; tiO BE Rnroneaa plan; ;good
open day and
filed wltn the best.
I'CRANTON ROL'SE. near D.,
1 y aenger dei'Ot.
n.kUL Bar sup-
H. COYNE. Proprietor.
L ft W. mis
Condiictisl ou the European
plan. yicfow Koch, Proprietor,
RAN-!)' CENTRAL. The laigest aud tiii
S S lite in A imt.c.Cu
12 and -.' U)
hotel in AllontoWu. Pa.; ratel
ViiToit D. liAnttrn. Propt'stOT.
Thai wo are headquarter lor cvei y'.hing iu
the line of WATCH EB. If you have ativ Idea
ot purchasing auv kind or a Watch, lady's or
gent's. Qua or Silver, you will ini.se a griov
OQS mistake It yinidonot give us a cull and
get our prices, w hich you will find far below
all otiiers. especially 111 all the high grades of
Elgin, Waltham uud Haiupdeu movements
If you have any doubts and at at all posted
tin prices gl e use cull and we will have no
trouble m convincing you. We still have a large
stock 10 dispo-e of, und will offer vou won
derlul Inducements Iu Jewell y. Silverware.
Clocks and all othar goods which wo have In
C. W. Freeman
l'euu Ave. and Spruce St.
In conjunction with
1 Scenery of Ireland
Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday,
LAHRV AM) TKDOY.
Thursday. Friday, Saturday.
THK TWO DANS.
KIMS l -CL ASS BPBC1 VI TU S
M VON I T I C EN V PA I NT 1 N (is
Mlc. tn luicl; of balcony: '40c. to front of
balcony and rear parquette: JOe opera chaira.
Pertorinances a; - JO and 8.15 p.m. Doors
Open at 1 IV and 7
Week Comnencina Jan. 22.
UNZIE The Aboriginal Bsauty.
The Man Woman.
nAVIS ft HOUn Architects. Rooms 24.
Ko and 20 Cmninonweiilth n'ld'g. Si-rauton.
n 1. WALl'EH, Architect, Library build
lit Ing. Wyoming avenue, Hcranton.
BROWN, Arch B. Architect. Plica
hulldlng.l'JU N aslilngton Ave .Scranton.
M1S4 EI.I.AMfOI s
ort oi D. " Wahts - VVTlisArB
lumber, t- and V Dime Bank liiu'idlni
Ml'.OAHOEE BROTHERH, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 138 Washington ute, Bcrautou,
iiAi i ks oikniasTRA - Musio for"
lulls, picnics, psrtlea,
,. ... i
mugs and concert work furnished. For terms
sddiess H. J. Bauer, conductor. Hi
sve., over nuinert s muslo store.
nZRA F'INN ft SOcfBTbulfaers and'coiitrao
l t tors lards- Corner olive st. and Adams
corner Ash st.
and Penn ave . Si iantou.
R CLARK ft CO.. BeeOsmcii. Florists
and Nurseryman: store 140 Washington
aveune; green house, IJ6J Kottb Slain avenue;
store telephone TSf,
OKAND ONION TtA OTA. JOBOS BfW
WIRE at III:. Ns.
JOS Kt'ETTEL, 6iJ Lscknwnnna avemu
bviantou, Pa , u.auuf'r ot Wire Screens.
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
Prices very rensonabln. Space
wiil not puruilt us to mention the
good things for a Christinas din
ner. Stock it complete. .Anything
to be found in u tirst class market.
W. H. PIERCE,
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
Ifsnnfacturers and Dealers t
Burning, fill CJ;lJ
lubricating UILO m
Also Shafting and Journal Greasi
OFEICtt:-72l West Lackawanna Ave.
WORKS: -Meridian -.- si.
N E ITU The World s Smallest Lady
The Antipodean Parado
MINUt'U, BLASTINU AND SPoRTINU
Manulac'.iired at t'us Wapwallopsn Mills, Lu
zerne county Pa,, aud at NVU
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
(leneral Agent tor Mm Wyoming District,
mB Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National Hank Building.
THOS. FORD. Pittston. Pa
.lOHN II SMITH ft SON . Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. Ml'LLIOAN. Wilkes fiarre. Pa
Ageuts for tho Repamio I nemioal Com
rany'e High Finloslvea.
DELAWARE AND HOD
Commencing Mav -v ish.,
trains will run a follows
Trains leave Bridge Stiec.
Smtion, Scranton. tor P:it-
ton, Wilkes Ban e, et I 0,
.'.'.'7. V37, 10 42 a. Bb, 12.10.
1,25. 2.33. 4.16. MS, 8.15, 0.15
and I LSI p. tn
For New York and Phils
dclohis. S UUx m . 12 10, 1 .'-'.',,
2:e 41fiaiid 11 30 p in
For Hoiierdaleifrom Delaware. I.ackaWAnua
and WOStern depot . 7.O.1. IgO, N.10 s in.. VIM
m 2 17 S 10 p. ill.
For Cartonuaie and tntcrinediate stations,
."..40, 7 00, S.:). W.lu a. m . 124)11 m .2 17. 3.35,1 m,
2u and s is lv iu : from Bridge street Dept.:,
tU a. in-. -'.Wand 11 16 p. iu.
Fast slpresB to Albany, Saratoga, '.be Ad
rondack Mountain-. Boston and New England
polkta.ff.IO a ui.. arrlvinr at Albany VLSil
Saratoga 2 20 p. m , and leaving BemtttOB at I
p. m . arriving ut Albany at W p Id, . Sara
toga. 12 V a. m . aud B ,'Sto.i. 7 O.I a. in
Tne only dirts-t route bel w een the coal fields
nnd Ibsten "Tho l.cndlna Tourists' Route
of America" to the Adirondack Mountain n
sorts, Lukes Lleoige and Cliaiiiidain. Montreal,
Time tables showing la at and through train
sett ice between stations on all div tstoofl Dela
ware tnd Hudson System, may be obtained a:
all Delaware and I' i take; office-.
H. 0, YOI'NO. i. W. BCBDICK,
Sc. end Y.co Piesidotit tie;:. MK Agt.
For purity, aud for Improvement of the com
plexion, nothing equals PuIZOM's Powder.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave ScrauC n us follows- Express
for New York and nil points Knst. 1 50. 2.JU,
5,11, sin and V.50 a. tn., 12 .'" und o 50 p, in,
Bxpress for Eoston, Trenton, Plinadelnhia
and the Bonn, .'. I", sub and '.'.j" a. in : 1145
aud 2 Mi p. tu.
Washlne ton and way stations. 2 .40 r m.
Tobyhannaa' eonmodatton, 0.10 p. ul
Kxpr i-s for Blngnaniton. Oawofo, Eimira,
Coming. Bath. DBBSVlllo, Mount Morrie ami
BtitTalo. 12 10. 21". a. ui. and I 24 p. u: making
i lose colli ictlons at HtuniO to all points in the
West. Northwest and Southwest.
BttffOl .' uevoiiiinotlatioii. '.' 00 a in.
Biugiiaiutou and way stat.i.ns 12:17 p :u
N..I i and wav stations. A.43 p in.
t'nghamton ami Elmlra Express, iio;. p, m
Express tor Cortland. Syracuse, Oswego,
Itlcaaud RichQtld Spiluga. -.13 a io. aud 1 214
i m. , ,
Ithsco. 2 IS and 0 a. tt Mid . -4 P m
I ..rNorthnmberli.d.Plttst.iu.W lifts -Da re.
Plyiuor.tb BlOomsbUrg and Danville, insking
close connect:-ms at Noitliumborliv:.d for
VViUlainsport, Harnsburg, llaltiiruie, Waoh
ingtoii and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate station-:,
4i.U0 uJUa in and 1 20 aud II 07 p. in-
Nuutlcoke and InteniUKliate stations. Mi!
and 11.20 a in Plymouth avd lutermedlatj
stations. :I5i) and His'' p. in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches o i a.l
For detailed Information, pocket tlm' tuples,
etc . epplv to M. I Smith, city tlokstomoe,
.128 Lsi su'wunna avenue, or depot tRSct office.
NEW YORK ONTARIO AND WESTERN
Railroad Scruntou Division. Timetable
tut fleet Nov 10. 1SU8.
Trains leave Scranton fol Carboudaie:
ii ;o, s ;m. 11U5 a I-50, tf Ul p m.
For Hancock .'unction stud main . innectloni
li.oi.iui, aiop. m.
Tralni leave ancooi Janetion for mala
Hue connection m Scranton, 0.00 a.m., 2.05
Trains leave Carboudaie for Scranton .' '.'I.
i 45 a.m.. 1.10, -1.D4. 0 It P in.
(leneral Passenger Agout, New Vork.
District Passenger Agent, Scranton.
WYOMINtl VALLEY RAH.
Train lanve Scranton for New York and iu
tft mediate points ou the Erio and llawlev And
locut olnte at ML V.45 a. tn. andetlp m.
Train leaving st MI a. in. and 3.21 p. in,
are through traius to and lrom Bonesdsle.
Trains leave for Wilkes Ban eat 6 40 a, tu and
8 41 p. ui.