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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2. 1894.
Want of nil kind OOM thai mmh, IW
tntl Situations Wantd,tvh(eh art taesrted
. 1 1 m iM'ii iv vc . . i i-'l i - H Y A
s h.Waj! man .-..,-v , i,nlur und iollt
desires upostnon to learn to ten I barjor hotel
- a . ..i .., .i.i.i,..,uj V
Clem IU K UIli'9 l'..o.-
VJlTUATIUN WANTED AS LUNCH'
!? counter man or bartender S years el
peril-lice: good refoieuco. J. W. 8.. this OHMS),
SITUATION WANTED -TO LEARN THE
i? ba ber trade or work m a store. Address
L U. STONE. Prl.hard. l-uzsrne county, Ps
HEADER W1SHK SITC A'HON To READ
two tonri lUTi evening to gentleniaii
crladv. DAVIDsHlltRA. Iti Pulsion aw.
Help Wanted r'c male.
U- ANTED A SALESMAN, WO TO o0
weekly can bo ma le with our foods 111
uv locality, will prove it 0 forfeit 1 100,
Salary or commission as yo i prefer, TIM re
suits of .1 lew hours' work often equals a
week's wages. Address, "MANtJFAUTUB
KRS." P O. Box Boston. M...
TWOYOUNQ MEN OF GOOD
(all on I nsines-t houses
Steady employment for good BIjfU. APP1)
l ' ANTED
eLElQHS AT C08T a
FIN B LINE OF
3d Swell cutter, light anil
heavy Lobs, etc., at cost.
MONROE BROWN, Bull s Head
L'UK SALE FRESH JEK8BV COW OK
f heifer calves, yearling or two year-old
Jersey bull. registered: aired by Pedro Hugo,
ason'of Pedro li look t r -t aa at the late
World s lair. HEN it V O. Sll.KMAN,
MsplsWQod, V ayue I o . !-a.
70S SALE A PLATFORM SPRING
V Wagon, a- d Mouse for sale or rent In
quire of B F. SUM lit. ;BKLL, Moscow, Pa
FOE SALE- DELIVER D IN 8CRAN-
at lee, per tnt inquire or v . u
SMI TH or M. 11. HLFFOBD, Clark's Sum-
in II i a.
A. K. KDuKTTi
nnn hale hickory
I1 md haud. good condition. 1 'all at Repub
"OB SALE - BS- U'RE
and - J M.
"COR SALE ON K NEW YOST TYPE'
f writer, also one new Abbott cheek punch,
at a bargain. Addresa li. J., care 'lribuuo otic.
OR SALE UB BXCHANOE FORbCRAN
ton nrouertv A bearing MOM gTOTe
increasing In orcsluctioii and value yearly in
the orange section in Honda. Addrcsr. r.,
NETTLE TON, Lake Helen. Florida
1XIR RENT APRIL 1 THE ROOMS NOW
occup ed by the Telephone Exchange. U08
Iv al tne oinee o:
urd National Bank
and E I '. Fuller.
. Anplv at the
Lehigh Salt Dining Co.. Tli
1 'OK REN T -BOUSE W7 WYOM1NO AVE
V nue from April 1. Eleven rooms, all the
modern IxnpfOYeiuen . rent $50 per montb
Apply to F. H CLEMON8, iiS! L. kawauna
venue VOK RENT A LAKUE STORE ROOM AT
I 4iiC Spruce treet. Inquire at 114 Wyom
L'OK RENT TWO-STORY BRICK OWKL
agent 7kl West Lackawanna avenue.
modern '.niprov.'.'i.euts. Jl.,
Apply to MAURICE COLLINS,
rfO LET FOP.
1 Part or
A TERM ol- YEARS -
three hundred feet of yard
roulu along railroad. Apply at -III Franklin
RENT- STORE l&xeu OR FL'P.NISUED
hall on Ore-n Kidire street Very desira-
cle location and on reasonable terms. Apply
lo F. E. NETTLETON or C. S. WOODIiL FF
CHE SOLUIER IN OL'U CIVIL WAR,'
J coiitaining Frank LetUe s famous old
war pictures. Two volumes folio. Every
page illustrated. Over V&Obuges As an sdu
catur It is unexcelled. SoM on easy monthly
aymeuts. both volumes delivered complete
Addreas P. o Moodv. miti Franklin avenue.
Sirerit lor Northeastern Pennsyic nu.
MEAL Tli.'K UTS CAN BE HAD T IH
corner Spruce street and Franklin aye
tue Twenty DMal ticsets for a.'). Oood
OgfICI o- tut SliTBWI C0A1, CO ,
,r P11 r.sTiiN Pa.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED L'N
til noon Februaiy '. IVIH, for driving j
Rock Touni 1 on a grade of c, degrees from
p-.ttstoii to Cbecksr vein, : by is (set, atis
taure of ljo to .1M Iiit Work must he 10 u
m need by May I, UN, For further Informs 1
lion apply to W.Q THOMAS. Bnpt.
SJtALEt) PROPOSALS ARE IN VlTib I
for the ci instruction of a boulevard In m
BcrsntOB to Mmhurst, in nccordanco wit 11 I
tnani and speejrlcatejns on file at the Offlcf ol
the I.. I ft C Co. during the week oommetic !
in Monday, February 5 Proposals wid be 1
rteeiTsdnt too oflce of Col c. 0. Bonoon'l
Biker, Treasurer Cominonweaitb bulidintr
bcisnum, Pa. . until noon of Saturday, Fob-I
rnary ID, iwh. has. c MATTES,
Some of thj Contemporary CtiiDes iu the
Lablgt Vjllfy lilanameut,
ALEXANDER MITCHELL'S SUCCESSOR
Supeiintendent Eiser Takes Charge
of His New Division, Extending from
Comon Yard to Sayre How This
Will Affect His Former Clerks--Other
Interesting Information Con
cerning Varying Pha3es of the Key
stone Commonweallh BuslftSSI In
terests. Sa.vs the 1'bilailelpttia Times: "Situ
nel iliKKius, aMtttttOt 8tiieiiutPiidiut
of tuotiv power on tne Erie, will leare
that road to accept it better position,
lie p;cie t i tlis L -hill V.illey t ussnm
lht laperinUbdeooy of motive power
of that road Mr Higglni is still n
vonun man 'akint; a month of tieiii
o'4 years old. His entire railroad expo
rif uce has been ";:iiued on the Erie sys
tem. H enteraii railway lervloein
1881, an apprentice) in the michiim
shop. Ho Hioo rapidly to the general
(orentansblp of the Boiqaebanna shop,
from wbtob position he was promoted
in Clctoher. ISSj, to the position of as
sistunt engineer of tlie motive power
department At the (expiration of two
years be was made division master
mechanic, and on April 17, 1SU2,
was appointed to th posi
Hon which he now occupies, Mr.
UitfKin s popalar otU.'isl and lie
iroes to his new position with the
heartiest good wishes of bla oolltaRnei
and assistants " Mr, Hlgicins s an up
pointee of General MatuKcr Vjorhees
He will have direc: chsrjje f all roll
ing stock and cirshopi. He will be
assisted at each shop along the system
by u master mechanic and Jotiti S.
Ljntz. superintendent of the car de
partment, with headipMrters at Pack
erton. Mr, Higgln'a usadii'urters will
bo at South Bethlehem. His position
will be similar to that tilled so succesi
inlly by Alexander Mitchell, wbo is
again at his oi l post as superintendent
of the Wyoming division.
(superintendent 0 F Esjer took
charge of theSiyre division yesterday.
All the clerks who were in his emoloy
on the Wyoming dixieion will remain
with bin), AesTstant Snperiuteud-nt
Winlack, trainmeter Brdo, tim)-
keeper iSpeucer and clerk Scjtt. Suepr
inteudeut Alesa ider Mittchell will
rave a row clerical force on the Wy
oming division, it is said that E 13.
Jenkins, who was chief clerk for Mr.
Mitchell while he was superintendent
of motive power, will be assistant super
int-ndent. The dispatchers will re
move from Styre to Wilkss-Barre,
which wiil be l;ea lijuarters for the
eayo division in the future.
Yard Master Ford Brown, cf the
Lehigh Valley railroad, at Cnxton, has
just formulated a schedule whereby all
liain bands in the employ of the com
pany are given a certain number of
days' work in each month. A is well
known several crews have been laid oil
temporarily owinjit to dull busiuess. By
the ecuedule it is Mr. firown'a purpose
to divide up the work Letweeu all as
nearly as possible.
A regular passenger ssrvica is not
expected on the Panther Creek route
I until about Msr I. Until the WethaW
I ken tonnel is completed the Pennsyl
j vania railroad depot at Jersey City
' will D; used as a terminus. Tue new
automatic electric block signal system
is becoming completed as fast as nossi
i ble, and tne initiatory exp-riments pro
: miss the most satisfactory results.
A Chicago dispatch says: "A dozen
representatives of the great mining
coinnauies of Pennyslvauia met here
to agree upon soma concerted action to
prevent tbe threatening demoralization
of the coal trade. It was found that
coal had bean Coming by tbe railroads
at the rate of 800 cars a day, and that
there ba4 accumulated in local rail
road yards 4,000 cars or 60,000 tous of
anthracite. Tne demurrage now
amounts to (4,000 a day, an 1 the retail
dealers are getting extremely wenk
kneed in carrying so Heavy n burden.
While in Chicago no gsrioin cuts have
as yet been made, at most other import
ant punts in the southwest the retnil
eri had begun to slash. It was decided
to stop all railroad shipments from the
mines lo the west for Uu remainder of
The committee of tho Schuylkill Coal
exchange has drawn live collieries to its
certain the rate ol wages to miliars aud
nnno eninioyea rnr lli last null 01 aanuary
and tbe Drat half of February. The prire
of coal was such at ail the collieries drawn
us made all uverage of 4 per colli, above the
fcl.tiO basis. Last mouth the rain of wages
was S per ceDt above the 9 M basis.
i Is null! tbut the Illinois btevl coip
paby'S figures for the year ended Dor. T,
IMIH, will he ready about the middle of
February, and win show about b per cent,
earned on the stock. The payment of a
dividend will not be considered, however,
until the outlook Is bolter.
It ia expected that tbe New York aud
New Knulaud will default upon the lfi0,
UX) of interest on its sicolid lunrtgnge
bouds, which falls due on Feb. 1, but It is
asserted that the intone! will be paid be
fore the expiration of the time ill which
foreclosure proceeding! can begin.
Wanted toLloh Business Llks.
Photographer Plea ie, now, put on u
plt'itaaiit i xpressiou.
.Sitter KoBMON ' Why. man, if 1 look
pleasuiit, none of my ucquiiintances will
recogoite me. 1 am u ticket collector on a
A long-ways-rront'hottie tontbern dar
key called at the pottottce in iloosejaw
the other day and aaked: "Uoes dlsyere
noa' orfli keop itatnped antelopeef"
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and bonds.
Nkw York, Feb. 1. The net rosult of
today's limned trading al the Stock ex-
obange shows advances ranging from ,o
i;0. Union Pacino and Lot,iartlle and
Nashville were the exceptions, Hie former
tuliiug off l' uud left oft ui a Iruutioual
recovery. Sugar receded !sj to T.'i at the
opening and then rose to TOJf 'With a re
action at the close to Distillers lose
from 8o7 to 27l. The VTanderbllts, the
Qrangore, Delaware and Hudson, New
Eugland uud Ueueral Electric were nil iu
deumud. Everybody was waiting for
Wasbiugtou. the Wilson bill aud the de
tails of the bond subscription. The
market oloied aleady to llrui. lilies tor
the day were I4l,?u:i shares.
The foil Willi complete table show::, a tho
dav'a fluctuations in active stocks la supplied
aud revised daily by Lullar & Fuller, stock
brokers, 121 Wyoming avenue:
Am. Cot. Oil
Ala Muifar o
A T.& M F IS
Cau. So .1
Cen. X. J
chic. & N. W I1MI4
c. BAij :uu
Chic. Uas W,l
c c. c. & st. L... a;hi
Col, Hock.Val. A T
D. & H litM
D L, W
D & 0, F at
U. E. Co 314
Lake Shore 1'J'Hi
Miss. Cac t
N. Y. N. E
N. Y. Central 10112
X. Y.. O. dc W...... 16
X. Y., S. Jk W I1M
O. 8. c. Co
North Pac. pf ITtj,
Pae, Mail ii4
St, Paul NM
T..C. ,v I MS
Texas A Pac '.,
Union Pac Hs
W. Union ;sij
W. AL. E Iftj
W. & L. E. pf 4
Orovsr's 1 . Solution.
Beading SsVoM 1 Beat.),
Cleveland mlshtaawell re.-ogni.e I he
inevitable sooner or later. Ho must Hp
paint Pat Divver to he justice of tho su
preroe court, and Obarles A. liana as inin
Ister to Honolulu. 1'lieu everything wi 1
What a Child Will Ramsmbir.
A child will remember all hi life the
time b wns made to wit until the com
pany had uiteii. nud forget iu a day or
two the occasion when his mother re.caed
him from drowning,
, Regular Bang Up Time.
"1 suppose you hud u high old time iu
Guru pel "
"Yes," replied tliu retm ned tourist. "1
had. 1 was doue up at Mouto Carlo, held
upiu the Apennines and latd op in Home."
The following epitaph was found on a
tombstone In Bldeford. Devonshire:
Here lief the body or Mary Textou,
Who pleased many a man) but never once
Not like tho woman
who liei r.uder the
Beecham's pills are for
biliousness, bilious headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
by constipation ; and consti
pation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Book free ; pills 25c. At
drugstores.or write li. F.Allen
Co.,365 Canal St., New York.
U, IHM hulls
Chlcazo Crala and Provisions.
KchantoN. IVb . l.-The followinij quota
tjotlS are supplied and c irrecteil daily by Lis
Bar li Fuller, stock brokers.l'Jl Wyounu ave
sh iw itrus
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
Prices verv reasonable. Space
will not permit us to mention the
good thiugs for a Christmas din
ner. Stock is completo. Anything
to be found in a hrst-class market,
Connolly & Wallace
JhMBROIDERIM S and taces claim our special atten
tion lor the net weeL We do not hesitate to claim
the finest and largest stock of these goods ever shown in
To substantiate our statement we only ask your in
spection of our line.
. The newest effects in Embroideries are the GUIPURE
and IRISH POINT. We have an endless varietv of ex
Colored Embroideries are also good for the coming season, especially for trim
ming wash dresses.
See our line of wide-margin goods.
is replete with everything new and desirable.
AND GAL00NS. The latest thing out.
The POINT DE VENISE LACES
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Courb House.
ESTMlXS'l KR HOTKI,
W. (). hCHKN'f'K,
bixteuutb strest, one block east ot Broadway,
at I'uiou Square, Now Yurie.
American plan. $11 01 pur day and upward.
'OYNL HOL'tHS, hluropeau plan. good
V rooms. Upen day aud mght. bur sup.
piled with the beat.
P. H. COVK Proi i ltor.
CCKA-NTON IIOCHE, Lear U , L. X W. pua
leuger depot. Conducted ouilie European
plan, Vl( iok Jvoi H l'rprlor.
t ' HAM) CENTRAL. 'The largest and ImsY
J euulppe.1 hotel iu Alleotuwn. Pa. ; rstai
ID and Ji.Mperday.
Vinon 1) TUiiM H. Proprietor.
, Trenton, Philadulphlu
i.uu and H.Sm a. in.; YIK
AVISA HOUPT, Architects. Rooms 21,
tl and 'X Comnioiiwsalth n'ld'g. Hcranton.
L WALTER, Architect Library iunS
lug. Wyooilus svenun, Horauton.
? L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect. Price
1 . building, IM Washington Ave , Scranton.
iimdwy Ktiia-tK. With rUirui;iurahtetucBr. Bold tr
iiKUb .UiugtfiaU. tk-rautoB, Fa.
aud vigor quickly
:i'lJc .'aii 'i.
:oK SALE SIN'liI.E HOUSE. OX, O CI NO Y
aveiiue: very desiraole location. Anulv
U f REYNOLDS, or WILLAHD. WARREN
y:.M0WILL BOY JIODERN' NEWS-KOOJ:
O house, ail Improvements: terms sasy; cor
Ler Madison avenus and DeleWare street. Ap
pjj HARRY LKBg
Ol,0 WILL BUY VERY DESIRABLE LOT
O corner Ma i , nvenua and ! . ,. .
street Terms euy Apply
Watir Kiiiol Hiin.
liusty Rhodes "No wonder I hato wa
ter, Ma'am; it Is water that ruined m."
Mrn. Dogoud "rfnw could that h-?"
Uusty Rhodes "I invtstod all my money
In a plant to huiid ebipe anchors out of
w ou, before 1 discovered that tho blamed
Cars for Headache.
As a remedy for al! fortnt of Headache
Electric Bitters has provud to be the very
best. It effects a perminent cure and tho I
most dreaded habitual sick headaches i
yield to Its influence. We urge all who aro I
afllicted to procuro a bottle und give this
remedy n fair trial. In cases of hubltual !
constipation Electric Bitters cures by Hiv
ing the needed tone to ths howels, and few
rases long resist the use. of this medicine, i
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at Matthews Bros', drug store.
Fun Earache, Toothache, Hore Throat,
Swelled Neck, and the resulu of colds and
intlaniination. use Dr. Thomas' Eclsctrlc
Oil the great pain doitroyer.
FEBRUARY 2, 1894.
Your choice of three beautiful
pict u res, ' 'Teleph one Girl," "De
livering Christmas Presents"
and "Maidens Swinging." Send
by mail or messenger or bring
coupons like this of three differ
ent dates, with 10 cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Pent) Ave. and idprace St
1'HYSK I ANN AMI SI IK. IONS.
DR It. E. DEAN, Diseases uFuIel-TerN use
Tlnoat and Eai, 6m Spruce strict, oppo
mte court house.
DR. A J. con nkll, ottice iwi Wsshiagtoo
avenue, corner Spruce street, over
Krancke u druK store. Residence. ''! Vine at
Office hoars: 10.31) to II a. in. aud 'J to aud
li.U0 toT.DOji. ni. 8unday, 2 toll p. m.
DR w e allen. oittee oor. Laeka
wanna and Wimlnncton avas. : over Leon
ard shoe ttore; office hours. ID to 13 a m. aud
11 to 4 p. in ; eveuiugs at residence, .,!. H
DR. C. L. Htl-.Y, Practice Hunted tu 1J1
ea-es of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat:
office, lii Wyoming av. Resldouce, W Vius
IYR CM GATES. 111! Waahinirtuu Aveuu.
U OAee hours, 8 toll a m.. l ilOUi i and 1
to 8 p.m.
JOHN L WENT., M. 1). Office H and .11
J Comiuonwealth buililing: residence Til
Mndlsouave; olllco hours. Id to 13, t to 4, 7 to
8: Sundays 1 80 to i evenlugs at residence. A
specialty made of dleases of the eye, ear, OOSS
him! I ln uat :uol uynoculo . .
nil. L- 1) Mu RRAY, speelalty made on dis
eases of eye and skin. '.'II' Wyoming Ave
Office I.., urs: I'ntil III a in 2 to 4 andTto P m.
MRS. DR KINO, DM MULBERRY BTHBU f.
At Carbondale on Pi Idays ot each week.
ORTONI5; sWARTB- WHOLESALE
Inmbor, li aud j Dime Bank building,
AT EOARUEE BROTHEIlM."" PRINTERS
iVl supplies, nnvelopea. paper bags, twins.
Warehouse. 1 Washington ave , Scranton,
TRANK P. BROWN Ss CO.. WHOLE
I sale dealers in Woodwarc, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, in W. Lackawanna avenue.
dingn and ooncert wurk furnlahed rot toriui
address H. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave , over Hulbcrt's luusic store
and the South,
and 11 U o m.
Washington and way station". 3 W p. in.
Tobyhanua aucoiiiieaiatloij. - in p m.
Expr ss lor Uloghatuton. Oswego, EJmira,
earning, Ruth. Dansvllle, Mount Morris and
Buffalo. 12.10, 2 IS a. in. and 124 p. in., making
dose countctious at Baffslo to all points in the
West. Northwest and Southwest.
Buffalo accommodation. UI a. in
Blugbamton and way stations, 12.37 p. ui.
Nicholson and wav stations j.tS p in
Bliujhauitoh and Eliulra Express. M6p,ta
Express for Cortland, Syracuse. Oswego.
Clio and BlehSell Springs, 2.1J a ui. and 1.21
Jtkaca, 2.U)aSd IDO a. ni. and 1.24 p. iu.
t or Northumberland Pittston, Wlikes Barre,
Plymoulh, Lieomaburg and Danville, making
close connections at NortUumberland for
Wllllamsport, Harrisburg. Boltimoie, Wash-
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
t UIDAY. FEB. Z.
iigton and the KoViin.
Rtluru of the dlitlngnishsd artists,
Aud a iteTOBf vocal aul Uraiuatic com
pttuy prtitteutiug the oparatic coined y,
Tbe same delightful lutulr.
ilie sains vtiuiray ol arthtts.
me sane periect eniertalnuieiit
The same beaatlful Htage pictures.
An enter '.ainnitn. for the best class cf
Regular prices. Seats on sale Wednesday.
Northumberland' slid lutcrmedlaie slatina
ti Ou. li 50 a m. and 1 J0 and ft.07 p. m.
Nautlcoke and intermediate stations. 80S
and II 3i a. m. Plymouth and uittrmedlats
.- s - .a-,', 9.Wp. m,
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
For detailed Information, pooket time tables,
etc , apply to M. L Smith, city ticket office.
'tie Lackawannaavenus, or depot ticket office.
TEW Y'ORK. ONTARIO AND
it Railroad, Scranton Division.
B ACER'S ORCHESTRA - MLSl'J
halls, picnics, parties, recaptions.
VZRA FINN SONS, builders and
J j tors, tarda: Corner Olive Bt.
ave. ; corner Ash st. aud Peun ave
CLARK & CO.. 8ee.lsuieu. FloriTu
and Nurserymen: more ltd Washington
avenue; green hnuse.lJoJ .- . : i:. Alain avenue;
itore telephone 782.
in effect Nov. IV. 1883.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondale:
6.00. 8.3U, 11.05 a. m., 4.5a t.lo p. m.
lor Hancock Junction and main connection
11.06 a m . 610 p. m.
Trams leave Hancook Junction for main
lino connection fur Scrauton, 0 00 u. in , 2.05
Trains leave Carbondale for Scrauton 7.84.
V 45 a.m.. 1.10,3.84, 0.15 pm.
J. 0. ANDERSON,
Oeneral Passenger Agent, New York.
District Passenger Agent, Scranton.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATURDAY, FEB. 8.
WYOMING VALLEY RAIL
ORAMO UNION TEA CO.. Jones Hr.
wnti: si ii i ns.
Train leave Scranton for New York and in
J termedlate points uu the Erie and Hawley and
j local points at 6.35, 45 a. in and3.24p.ru.
Train leaving at 0 45 a. in and 834 p m.
are through trains to and from Honessale.
Trains loavo for Wilkea-Barreat MO a. in. and
3 41 p. in.
Special Return Eugagemmt of tbe Favorite
Iu In buccestful Iriali Cumtdy-Drama.
The Wicklow Postman
Presented with inesame exceiiant ( -;.: -,
special scenery and effects as when
it scored a hit in Scranton
Sale opens Thursday.
JOS KCETTEL, M Lackawanna avenue.
Scranton, Pa , lnamtf'r of Wire Screens
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N, J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION s
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insuring S
leanlmess and loinf'.rt.
T1MK TABU in ktntCI JAM li ISM
Trains leave Scranton for Pittst. n Vlllt
Ilane, etc . at u.lo. 0.15. ll;lo a.m. 12.90.200
840,6.00,7.25, 11.00 p ui. Sundays. 0 uu a iu . B
lou,2uo. l.io p. m 1
ror Anantic City, 8 10 a. m.
For New York. Newark aud Elizabeth, 8 10
express) s.m 12.10 (euroei with Bnitet
parlor car , jaiHexpresui p. m. Sunday, 2.00
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
MONDAY. FEB 5
Engagement of tt.. Famous Romantic Ac tor,
And a - , j company otiplayeri under the
.direction of W M. Wilkinson, in Dumas' ,
great lutsterpiece. the
Tu be presented with the same cast tnd elaP'
orate seeuic effects and uocapsorltu as soa
during his lecent ecgagemeat at the Btaf
Theater. New Y'ork City.
Prices Parlor. 21.60; orchestra 1; Orches
Circleand two flift rous Balcony. 75a; re
mainder ,,f Balcony. 60c Gallery. 25c
It is pxpected in Harrisburg that nex:
Monday th entire jilatit of the fenii
ylranla Siol company at Steelton will
resume operations. Allot the depart--menu
except the billet mill and three
furnaci's are now In operation and the
billet mill tin V) been ordered to report
for work on Monday.
A Btrondibtirg dlapateh ays: The
hard limes hav seriously affected Mil
ford, the county Beat of i'ike couniy.
The watob (MM factory, the priiioipii
industry of tho plaro. has enmeil its
door?, and the : t of its iosiiuiIiil'
soon is not very promising The spilte
factory have only two men employed.
The Excolsior mill is likewise affected,
and the saw mill is shut down com
pletely. Other inaelivs industries are
tne wintor itreeti and peppermint es
Under the BOMUtl
Schuylkill region roal miner will re
ceive 4 per cent ub jvo the 13.5 1 rato this
Froderlck P.lshop has rnnigned as sntier
Intendeut of tho Pottsrille Iron and Steel
A test of an automatic coupler was made
Weduesday afternoon on tlis Delaware,
Lackawanna aud Western railroad, and it
seemed to work satisfactorily.
Tho Lehigh Coal and Navigation com
pany ha, in the I, courts, Bled a
bond In the sum of ". for right of way
over the laud of tho late Ronbsn J. Flick,
of Wilkes-Harre. The hood Is mads to
At OhleafO coal companies hav decide 1
to stop all coal shipments west until the
Reading receivers urs Raid to be proper
iuga slntemeut of the condition of the
property, which will bs ready for publica
tion next week.
Comptroller Jonns, of the Ruadiuz QOttV
puny, tHttlUed yesterday that ths Tnts to
the Reading through the Lehigh Valley
lease was II, 412,419.
For the six months onded Dec. .11, 1SU3,
net PRrnines of thn Ontario unrl W.Ht.rn
were llUl.fiSd; charges, 8 v,i :;,: , net earn
ings for tho stock, 22111,720.
President Harris, of the Reading, testi
fied at the Rice hearing Wednesday that
be believed the Lehigh Valley louse should
have been continued, ns it would have
loen of pecuniary benefit to tbe LchlL'h
Coal has boen coming Into Chicago by
tho raiiroads at tho rule of about '.'00 cars a
day, and it is estimated that there is now
enough in csrs at all important points in
the west to lust through a good part of
New Yoik Produos Market.
New Yokk, Feb. 1. Flock Dull,
Wheat-Doll, tlrnier with options; No,
'J rod, storo and I elevator, litis M f o. ;
f. n. b., WVJjStiTJjC. : uugnided red, OUaltfc. ;
stloat, OTi' iOie. ; No. I northern, TUO.I
options advanced ., closing steady;
No. J Februaiy. 6li'c: March, (o'.c..
May. OIic : June, 70Xc ; July 7l9c; De
i :ok. Market mem active for export,
Weaker; No.2. 4!.c.: elevator, 43t'.c.; un
graded mixed, 4'J-;ta43kc. ; steamer mixed.
i'Jc. ; options .weie more active and ac.
lower; February, 4'c.; March, i'Mc:
OaTh-DuII. easier; options dull, lower,
February, Sli;,c.: Mnrch, 34jc.; May,
i!4'!ac, ; spot price9, No. S, 114c; No. i
white, SoaHflVfC.; No. i Chicago, .Hoc; No.
t !18,'c.: No. 8 White, 16c,) mixed west
em, BtVfaSOo.) white do, 3lia4Un. ; white
Hkkf Dull, firm.
liaiLif Hams Qotet, tlrin; iloal7.
1 tBRCKD Bnr Doll, city extra India
C'LT MsUTS Qalst, lirm; pickled bellies,
7c: do. sin ulilers, rtjc ; do. hams,9.1-jC. ;
Lard Qnlet,flrmer; western, 18.00: city,
;c.; optionK, rooraary, tt no; aaion.
7.!8i; -May, I7.M5; refined, quiet, firmer;
continent, 18,10; South, AmurUs, I8.7J;
compound, II '.,h c.
POM Steuly, fair demand; mejs,tl4.-5
a 11. 75.
HuiTKn Firm, fair demand, state dairy,
ltja22e. , do. creamery, lSn'.llc: Pennsylvania
do.,27c. ; western dairy, 18)b1"c. ; do. cream
ery, 18aH7c. ; do. factory, uWklSo. ; Klglns,
370.1 Imitation ciesmery, UalUc; rolls,
OBtXIB Fairly active, steady: state
large, Ual ljjc. ; fancy, 11 allc. ; do.small,
i' , part skims, 4al0c. ; full skiuiB,
Koos Qolet, freely offered I Ice house,
13c. ; do. per case, ta.60a3.50; Western
fresh, ltatM.1 limed, llal'Jc,; southern,
Fhlladelpbia Tallow Iffarkst.
PniLAliELpni a, Feb. 1. Tallow was
dull but steady. Wi quote! City prime
in hogsheads, 6c.; country prime,
in bnne'H, 5o. do, dark, in bar
rels, 4a4c; cakes, 5sc. ; grease,
Cyspspsla and Indlgsstlon
In their worst forms are cured by the
use ot P. P. P. If you era debilitated mid
run down, or if you used a tonic to regain
flesh and lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take r, P. 1'., and you will be strong and
healthy. F or shattered constitutions and
lost munhood P. P. P. (Priokly Ash. Poke
Root and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
pnrllier in tue world, l or sale Dy all
hit rue. Veterinary
livery. Kw Dlx at., near
Telephone No. 413
tmtry a specialty.
gold iiiedidlst of On-
(Mt OZnce, Summer s
teller's oarrlage shop.
M C. HANCK'S Ijih and Uolisotlon of
I . flee. No 317 Spruce St., opposite Fores'.
Pa,; collect Ions a spei ialtv
nits In every county.
ILSSUPS HA.st). Attorneys and Counsel
.1 lots st Law, OoMBtonweeJth litilldlng,
Washington av W H. J ass IT.
BOBACB E IlAMn,
W II .IgKSUP. iR.
MLI.A1ID. WARREN .V KNAPP. Altoi
iiovsaiid romiselors at Law, Republican
Imlldius, Washington ave. Hci anion. Pa.
PATTERSON t wIlAOA. Attorneys aud
1 t oanasUors at Law; othces 0 and 3 Library
building. Scranton, Pa
Kobwfi.l II PATTinsna,
lltl i a i A. WILCOX.
ALFRED ha n iv williamj. hand, At
torueye and 'ounselUirs. Commonwealth
bid linir Rooms 18, 'Aland !1
HENRY tt. SEELY Law offlccs In "Re
I 'HANK T OKALL, Attorney a las Room
I n. I oal r 1 1 ' scraiitiin. fa.
MILTON W I.OWKS. , Alt vs. :'si Washing
GH VON BTORCH. t Urn uv H sojiare
I AMES W OAK KURD. 'Attorney at Law
J rooms IW, IU and 05, Commonwealth b'l'g
3 AMCEL W. KDUaR, Attorney st Law
C Offlce, 1)17 Spruce .t., Scranton. Pa.
C. COMEOYB, IKlSprocsst.
A WATTIES, Attorney at Law, Ml
, Lackawanna nue.. Scrauton. Pa
p smith. GonneeUor at Law. offle.
rooms fit, M reininoiiwealth bulldinc
R. P1TCHBK. Attorney st Law. Com
. nionwealth hnllning. Scranton, Pa
nB. REP LOO LE, AttoiuBy-i.oajis mm
Hated on real sststs sernrlty '408 Sprnen
1 I'.KliX'AM, Attoniev at Law, IJ' v
I . omlngavenuH, Scraaton.
HAVF. l"5l7R bBBbl AND MORTOAOKS
written and aoliunwledaeil by t. W.
BROWN1NO. AHoruoy anil NuUry Public, ti
si 11 in I s
Wanted to Bs Sure.
Mother Why, Johnnie, how is this It
Ib past 7 o'clock. I told you to come In
when the street lamps were lighted.
Johnnie Well, mamma, they are lighted.
ADOLI La i.i.i i., carriage manufacturer,
119 Carroll street, Buffalo, N. Y., states:
1 was troubled with nausea of the stomach,
sick headache and general debility, Bur.
dock Blood Bitters cured me.
ot THIOL OF THE LACKAWANNA Borau
o ton, Pa . prniiaroi boys aud girls lor coll es
or business- thorotiglily trslus veung ohlidrso.
Catalogue at request.
RKV. TltOMAS M. OAasi
Wai.tsk II BuaU
fIS l WOFOKSTBR'S KINDDBOARTEN
.'I and School 412 Adams arenas Pupils
all time. Next term will opeu
0 LAUBACU, Surgtou Dentist, No, 111
w yarning an.
R. M. UTRATTON, q(oo Qesl Exchange
1.4) A KB.
'IMII. REPUBLIC Karlut-e and Loan Aaao
1 elation will lo in veu nianey on easier terms
ami pay yon ostter on Investment than any
siaer association. tu ou s. n. caluuis
DER, Dims Bank building
II (URLS AMP RKSTAURANX.
' I M I K " W ESTM1N ST rT 'Z17-21 WJroKall
J. ave. Rooms heated with steam: all m
ern ImproTeaienta, C. M. TwilMAB, lrop.
riEUI.KR'S HOTEL, KfT Lsoltawanna avs-
fj nue, bcraukju, Kates reasonable.
P. Zikolkb, Proprietor.
S! ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TUESDAY. l'Ea 6.
I ull JIAll II ( ill .'. h. Al LL.N'lt , X. HK1UI V t
HKM, EASTOBand Piiii.aiei.pima. S. lo a in.. ,
U',30, S..HI, 5.00 i except Philadelnuia j n. in. i
Sunday. U Ou p. in.
lor Loxo BBABCB. Oi i:vx liaovi: etc. at i
mob. in.. IXJU a m
ror Reading. Lelianoii and Hsri Isburir via
Alleotuwn. .10 a. m . ItSil. 5.00. ti.in Sun.lsv
'.'.00 p. m '
ror I'ottsville. S 10 a in . 1 30 p in.
Returning, leave New Yolk, foot of Liheitv
alret. North river, at 1. 10 (exDross) a. in.'.
1 10, 1.30, 4.:i icxpiess Willi Buffet parlor tar
p in. Sunday. 4.80 a in
Leave Philadelphia, Rnullog Terminal. S.4J
in , iOO and 4 3J p. ui. Sunday, o T. a, iu.
'I'hrough tickets to all liollitsa't l.ncest rates
may behad on application in advance to the
ticket agent at th station.
H P BALDWIN,
liell I ass rc: '
I U OLHAUBKN.
EIIIOH VALLEY RAILROAD
Train leaves Scranton for IMtils.lMlni,,-, n,l
New York via. D. & H R R at n.m . 13 10.
IM and II 35 p. in via D, LAW. R. R.S03,
Ji.iva. ii. 1,(0, 3.30 j,, m.
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wiikss
Barre via D., I. ft W. R. R.. s 03. 11 SW a. m .
1.30, 3,.,'J, 07, u.:ls ,,. in.
LaareBcraaton for white Haven. Hajleton,
ittsvtlle and all lloiuts on tin, Heaver
Meadow and I'ottsville branches via D ft H.
R H. at N a m . i 10. 3s. I b! n.m via D I.
ft W. R. It ,s (, 10 a.m.. l.SU atOBsm,
Leave Scrauton for BethlMheiu F.tist, n
Readug, Hanisburg and nil internirdiate
points via D ft H R. R., Sam ,1J 10, 1 ,s 11 ti
i m ,via v., u ft W. K R..s Of. 11 10 a. m , 1 3d
I Leave Scranton for Tunkliaunoik. Towainla,
Kimira, itnaca. uentTa and all In termed sate
points via D. i II R K I 5 and 113,', p. in..
via u L . w K It. li V) a m.. IJOn m
Leave Scranton for Rochester IbilTal,, Ni
agsra Falls. Delreit. Chicago and all points
west via D H R. R. 1 SV! 115,11 8, m . via
D, L tt W. K. It. and Pittston Junction .DM
B. m. lor Buffalo onlv i, 1 300 H D, m . via E
W.-R H 4.lii n. m.
For F.lmirs anil the west via Sultm,,,. eta
I'. A II R. R atC i3p. in.. viaD . L. ft W. R
it. , e, n il in ami u.ir, p. in.
Pullman narlor .n,l sleeiiiiiu w T. v ,-. .
cars on all trains bet ween L ft B. .luuctlon or
w likes Barre and New York. Philadslptila,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge
ROLL1N H WILBUR. Oen Supt. East Dlv
. ..(.'".A?;S. EKE. ttsn. Pass Ag t. Plilla.Pa.
A W NONNKMACHl'K Ms t Ojn Pass Ag t.
South Bethlehem, Pa.
DELAWARE AND HUD
i ommoncliig May 3!, KIU.
trains will run as follows.
Trains leave Bridge street
Station. Scrantou. for Pitts-
1.1, U ill .. tl , I , i At., B Ikt
f..07. 0 37, 10 42 a. SB., llK
l,,l , I'. O,,., O 13, V,W
and 11.35 p. ni.
For New York and Phlla
delrhia. 8 00a. m.. 1110. LSI.
Z33. Sliland II 30 n. m
For Honssdslei from Delaware. I.aokawaana
and western depot I, 7.00, 3.80. 10.10 a.m ,'U.0U
in., 8.17, .,.10 p. n.
For Carbondale and intermedials statioss.
,'i.40. 7 00. .30, 10.10 a. m., 12.00 m., 2. 17, 3.yil0.
ii 20 and 0 p ni ; from Bridge btresl Dsiatt.
U.f s m..s.ltsnd IK3p. m.
Fast expreas to Albany. Saratoga, the Aif
rendsak Mountains. Boston Bud New England
insula, ."no a. m., arrlnur at Albany U,4
Saratoga 120 p. nv, uud leavlnt Srranton atH
p tt,, arriving at Alnany st 3.80 p. m. . Harsr
toga. r'.v. a ui . and Boston. 7 00 a m.
The only direct routs between the oosl Holds
and Rosteii. "The Leadjna I'ourlsts' Ronto
of America" to Uia Adiroadank Mouataia re
sorts, Lukes lleorge and Chaniplaiu. Montreal,
Tlias tables showing local sad through t ijrlti
service betwusu statLins on all diriktonsMa.
ware and Hudson system, may bs outalsstdat
all Delaware and Hudson tlrksl ..it! -s
H. O. YOUNO, J. W. BURDWK
Hscoud Vice President Oeu. Paas Af L
.-1 . .L- 1 . .1 I.I.J '
Are worth going a long distancet o
see. No such collection can be
found nearer than New York or
Philadelphia, and then it is notsur
psseed in the matter cf unique aud
exclusive designs, or richness,
daintiness and delicacy cf mate
rial. In a word, our Cuitainetock
this tall reaches oar highest Ideal
ol what is should bo, and cannot
fail to meet the approval of the
most refined and artistic tastes.
Yet nil this does not mean high
prices. On the contrarv.the valces
we now offer are submitted for
ycur inspection. Of co irse, we' ve
every make, and among tbem will
be found the Very choicest crea
tions in Brussels, Irish Point, Swiss,
Nottingham and other Lace Uoods;
also the New Snowfiaks Swiss,
with Silk Stripe in contrasting
colors. Alto full lines of Silk
t-tupes, Tapestries, etc., made to
Cosgrcws 6l Grant's Comedians
g A Farce Comely that is acont'nuous round
HI of meiriment Interpreted by the leV-
B lowing array of Farceur an J
g Vaudeville ArHtti:
.USA. oTT, ANN V. LEWIS
S Mai Miller, F. T Ward, John P. Carran,
S i Jessa Hatcher. Annie Wilmartb, Oracle Gay
5 lor, Albert Hart, Howard Graham, W. H.
u ; Seats ou sale Saturday.
S N H. MiOOKS. Supt. and Lecturer.
S HARRY THORNK. EMge Manaajs?.
S Week conunsncin MONn At .ism sKYan
I Wnnfiprland'Q ' Wiatfir ' fiwin?
aiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiMiimiiis I1VUUW1U11U ZizL
5 THE NOV E ) . T V O F XOVK1ATK8
A I licatru Trunslfrraod into sttOlTQW MW
I HILL II CONNELL I
W1N1NO, BLASTING AND SPORTING
ilanufsctui ed at the Wapwallopsu Mllla Lu
same county Pa and at Wtl
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
Usueral Agent for ths Wyoniiug District,
nS Wyoming kit., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank Building.
llowua, Acrobats, Hal Spinners,
Itlryele Kliter-, toot .lugclers.
atroag Men. Wire walkeis.
annon Hall Juggleis. Pimny
Donkeys, King Master, Red
l.eiiinaade and Mawdnst.
In fact, the whole business.
SPECIAL NOTICE- Hereafter. Opera Chairs
can be reserved, by unlabels, afternoons
only, for the evening performance without
extra charge Seeureyour seats In advknci
lOo. to back of balcony; 0v. to front of
I idconv and roar parquette; See opera chair's.
Performances at 30 and Ml P-m, De'rs
open at I 30 aud 7.
THOS FORD, Ilttstsn. Pa.
JOHN B SMITH ft SON ; Plymouth. Pa.
E W MULLIGAN. Wtoes-Bfiree. Pa.
Agents for ths Repsuuo Cbssnleal Com
pauy's High Explosives
j i v a ifCL-
Tlutwoare besdquarters for.evorythjng In
thellue' of WATrllK. If yon haveanj Idsa
of parobasing auf kind or
Hold or Silver, yoi
Si mistake It you doauti give
t pur pstnes, tchwd yon
DE LAW S RE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains loave Scranlon as follows: EA.pl ess
for New York and all points EasL IJfx .00,
5 15, 8 00 and 0.60 a. m. ; 12 6"i aud 8 50 p'n'i
1 BLdOD POISON -" -
BhWWB r v a as wis , nSuioWnaB. ,
ledy, un.lrrrur.oW, hllkl by S5SrWlri.-il.'
ruiltivs prouf. n4 lS0s?sn bosk. illoanlKl frausH
BH:aBvftssBror.lciir.,l.nsl'iri.ll WlAuBatSprlnni K,
BB.no H.rnrrf.ii. (Mr Magic Romstly wlllMV
yuaiwir Mr., cook isgilst co, isfa. tstj
Watch, laiv's or
you will lnaliea (rlv-
Bit pur pstnes, wnwB ,vi ssiiuau is "v
M olners, mpoclally lu all the lufch grades of
raia, waiihaw Mi ttari'u p0,1; ?S.2i
lfymi hav.loliV rfeuoisand are at all ptd
on prlceagiio usu oall and ws ww have no
uouhle in eouvhaaing y ou. Waill)lays a largo
Socktodlsp.ij7flf, aid will dtfer Jou won
aarlurtBdueemsmu la Jewslry, Sflfsrwars,
Socks and all other goods which we' hsrs la
C. W. Freeman
P(HD Aye. aud Spruce St