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THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 3, 1S94.
Vanitaf ail Madi -w thai mtek,x
fpl Biln4tioi 1Vantd,yhitk an sBtvrtad
i t I Tl ' A 'I 1 1 1 M VlNTRn-Hl A
iN ttiBPriiiH tiihii nrr Holm lar And genteel.
deatrei ii posinuii u Kara i' trad bur;or bote!
oitrk ui it Hm wesi nlec MdNtt n .
'1 i muni uttlCo i
WA'TEII AS 1.1'NCH
mu a bartender 5 years ex
P-rienco; good reference. J. W. S,. tats office
OITOATION WANTED TH LEAK I ME
O ba-ber trade or work inaeaor
t H STONE. Prlciiai J. t.Uf
A .1.1 1 CSS
'i at comity, Pa.
READER WISHES SlTl ATION TO HEAD
two hours even eveum.; to gentleman
or ladv. DAVID sHtRR A Ji-'H PlttStOO eve.
U-ANTED A SMALL STuliL UK ONE
bait (tor, central location, s H TWIN
1 0, Jciikintown. Pa.
Help Wanted- Females.
S S- . V N. V'W tj NVVVN, . V"V .-. -- s S. V - V
UOK WAN TED AT 83) QU1H0Y AVE
INTED TWO Vol NO MEN OF UOOO
Stead) employment for good
NATlONAu CLEAN TO WE I
OF FREE COAL
William Conndl Et.pl.ins lis Huiiful Encts
Upon the American Trade.
MEANS THE LOSS OP MARKETS
Tito President of the Anthracita Coal
Operators' Association, in a Trench
ant Interview, Sot i at Rest Several
Mi. conceptions Concerning the
Nova Scotian Coal Industry and Its
Competing Power Under IhoSchsd
tiles ot the Proposed Wilson Tariff.
1 he Removal ot the Bituminous
Duty Looks Like a Deliberate Job.
Other Industrial Notes.
heifer aalvea yearuu or two -year old
Jersey hull, registered: alrd by Pedro Hugo,
a son of Podto. wh i 'o.ik tir.: ;.rue at the lute
World s fair. BEXhi o Sit.KMAN'.
Maplewood, wawie to., Pa,
pOK SALE SEW IKH'SE ANK I1AKN
Jr at 1 lara Summit, Inquire of '. a.
BENJAMIN. Suium.t Park.
LHtR SALS -A PLATFORM Sl'ltlNi!
r wagon, and bouts for sals of rant. In
qniraofB, P. sell we itBELL, Moscow. Pa.
It :: FOB SALE-Di'.LIVERMi IN St KAN
I ton at iiie. ier ton. 1 n t it i ro of W. 11.
SMITH or M H. HVTFORft Clark's Sunt
I'ciR sale HICKORY BICYCLE, EEC
JT end hand, goad condition Call at Kepub
Uran office. a. K. edoiit.
. at cost.
ELSE LINE OK
utter", liglit auti
V'OK SALE - ti.' VCKS
i and utensil J. M.
i'oK SALE ON B NEW VOBT TYPE
F writer, also ..ue new Abbott cheek punch,
at a bargain. Address H. J care Tribune of
fice. I-"K SALE OB EXCHANGE FOB SCRAN
F ton property A bearing orange grove
Increasing m production and value yearly in
tte oraug se.-tiou m Honda. Addres E. E.
NETTLF.ToN. Lake Helen. Forio
noB Kent flat, iju penn avknUE.
1 1st, 3rd. 4th floors building. No. 311, 3M
Center Straet. Apply to FRANKLIN HOW
EI.L. Men h ints and Kaehaolai Bank.
MOB RENT -A LARUE STORE ROOM AT
1 HM Spruce street, luttuire at 1H Wyom
nOR KENT-THREE ROOMS. FRONT ON
r ..-eo.'il floor, uver N. A Htllbert's mu-io
stoic 117 Wyoming arcs oa, from April L In
qulra in the store.
V' OR RENT-TWO-STORV BRICK DWKL
Jl ling house; modern itnorov.-ineut.'. iil.'i
Forest our t. Apply to MAURICE COLLINS,
agent. TIB West Lackawanna av-une.
LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS -Part
or all of three hundred feer of yard
K'otn along ranroao. Apuy at Jtrankl'.u
VoK RENT-FURNISHED FRONT ROOaL
r with bath: wry daairabif m Adanu
fVO KEN'T-sTOKE SxOuOB FURNISHED
1 hall on (ireen Ridge street Very daatfa"
tie location and on reasonable terms. Applv
t., F E. NETTLETON or C S. WOOURrFF
rpHE LACK I WAN" N tR' st ANdTrPE
1 DEPOSIT COMPAE i , OF SCRANTuN.
Pa.. ,lao. ltt, isw.
THE ANN UAL HEETINO OF THE STOCK'
holders of the Company for tta eUotloo of
Lirwtor-) will ba held at their office. No. toi
Lackamtnna aveunn, on Monday, Feb y 6,
1:4, between the hoiir of 9 and 4 p tu.
HENRY BELIN, Jr.. secretary.
isrpHB SOLDIER IN OUR I IV IL WAR,'
1 containing Frank Leslie s famous old
war picture. Two volumes folio. Every
psga illustrated, Ott fltO ppee as anedu
(at OT it Ik unexcelled Sold on eaay monthly
payments, both volumes .'.eltvered complete
ddress P O Moodv. ilH) Franklin aVeuue,
arfefit fnr Northeastern Pennsylvania.
"WEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 141,
corner spruce I treat and Franklin ave
nue Twenty meal tickets for i.iU Otmd
t-',le o.ittl'd .
Plttaton to ('hecker
lance of l.VI tu'JUII fet.
Orrit f at the st iveim CuAt. Coj i
W eT PlTTSTON. PA. I
PROPORALfl WILL BE RECEIVED UN
X til noon February v i-4, for driving
Rock Tunnel on a grade of I.'i degrees from
vein. , by Is teet. a ois
i fe-.t Work must be ram
fenced by May 1. Itl For further informs
Hon spply to W. U THOMAS, Supt.
CLAI.EU PROPOSALS ARE INVITED
for the cinstruction of a Hoiilevard freffl
k ran tori t' klntbursti in acoordaiica witn
plans and speciflcatiunu on tile at the offljCe ot
n L. i. 4 co. dortnc the week comidenc'
lit .t(ndav, February -1 Proim:,ls will lie
recetraiM the office of Col r. o. Scboon
aiaker, Treasurer. Coinuionwealtti building,
BcrsntosT, Pa,, until noon of Saturday, iv-b-rnarj
m, im. chas. c HATTER,
t , Chief Engineer.
"The cttertit tu which Nova Scotian
coal can be eutereil in this country in
(OiUMtitlon with American coal, under
the fro coal cUnse of the Wilson bill.''
laid William Couuell. the prosideut of
the Anthracite Coal Optntor'l associa
tion, yesterday. "i lituitod only by the
Mptelty of the Nov.i Scotian tulnei.
Take oft" the seveiity-tivecetit a-tou
duly on MtOStlBoni con!, iiunoted by
the UeRlnlfT tariff, and thtra is not u
port alotiic the Atlantic sea board, nor n
fuel-usinf; comtuuuity within easy
teach of that sea board, which can be
retained as a market by our domestic
"It bus been said in this dtlCOiaton
that N'ova BOOtiaO coal is poor in nusl
ity and limited in quantity, Now 1
was born in N'ova Scotia, played In it
when a boy, and revisited It oulv a few
months Hiro. Hence I think I know
something; ubout Nova S.'Otlan 00 al It
is not only of a sitnerior quality, but in
many pluces it is 80 ubuudant and
easily accessible tliat vessels can load
dirrctly from the urines. The labor
Coat of Cape Breton coal does not aver
aite 33 vents per ton. The other costs,
per ton, at trie mines, amount to about
$1.00. H-retofore coal freights from
N'ova Scotia to New England,
in small sailini; vessels, have averaijed
Jl 90 for a ton of 9,3 10 pounds. A Id the
labor costs and the other costs of a ton
of this coal to the freight charges; then
COttnt in the 71 csuts tariff duty and
we have tjo 03 us the loweet price at
which Canadian coal can get into New
Kagluud market? at present. Ameri
can bituminous reucbes Boston from
Virginia at from S 31 to $3 50 per ton.
R;uiove the duty, therefore, and even
under present eon litions the Canadian
shipper has from 10 to 83 cuts tbe
better of the situation.'
FREE COALS REAL EFFECTS.
"But giv th Canadiao ahipp?r a
foothold; let the Wnitney syndicate,
which just before Lie last presidential
election bought up options on all the
Canadian coal lands they could t'9t
hold of, timing their options so as to
se before the deals would hav-j to be
rinnlly ratified, whether Mr. Cleveland
would be elected or d-ieated. get their
big fleet of vessels and their large forces
of cheap-labor miners at work and
there will soon not bo auother ton of
domestic coal sold for industrial pur
poses within one hundred niil.tg of
our eastern coast Hue. The freeing of
bmuuinons as contemplated in the
pending bill means the deliberate seen
life of every American bituminous and
anthracite intret which now sells
coal to New England and other sea
board factories; to every miner ein
ployed in the production of this coal;
to the home railroads that carry it and
to the communities that are benefitted
by this growing home industry.
ASTHRAi ITK IS AHEfTKD.
aT; is a common delusion that our
anthracite Industry is not concerned
in this matter. Apart from the gen
eral fact, upon which the entire pro
ttctlotiist system is bated, that you
eannnt cut uff a finger or a loeof the
body politic without sending a thrill of
pain throughout th entire system, 1
desire to say that our own community
is directly intersted. The figures of
ttithracite production for the past
few year show that tie pressnt
growth is almost entirely con
fined to the smaller six. is. I'ea and
buckwheat aud more especially
bnekwlitnt ara being used more and
nvre for mechanical aud industrial
numosee. The demstid fur these sizes
naturally com s from the east, front 1
New Knglan J, New i'ork and the sea
board area. rnt Nova SOfttan bitnm
inous coal into this market at prices
of the matter in earnest aud push it to
On laud belonging to C. E McVicar
and located near Erans' Falls, on Bow
man's oreek, five miles above Tuuk
hanuock, outcropplngs of anthracite
coal have been discovered and excite
ment mounts high. Hpaolmeiis taken
from a 40fout tunnel driven experi
mentally into the side of a hill seem to
indicate the presence of a workable de
posit at a greater depth. It is possible
that a trial shaft will be sunk.
During the year ended Dsc 10. 1S93,
1,940 men were injured in casualties at
the Homestead steel works, an average
of 103 each mouth. Nine were killed,
five died immediately and four died
within a day. Tweuty si., had lingers
amputated, one lost a leg and one an
arm This record compares extremely
well with other large establishments,
being comparatively a small number.
Many of thesu were slight injuries.
Very many famihes in Carboudale,
according to the Leader, aro being
greatly iucouvenienced owing to their
inability to obtain pta coal. Not long
siuco the Dataware aud Hudson tie
elated they weio iitiabl to furnish that
ilia owing to the udvauuo orders they
were called upon to till. None can
now be had at their chutes and the
attaches of the company in that vicin
ity aro unable to say when it can bo
had. Chestnut is the mi tllest siz i for
sale. This costs more than pea and in
many instances doesn't irtve us good
satisfaction. Many stoves are calcu
lated for the smaller size and require a
great deal less care when fed with it.
Some paopU are buying of the iudivld
n il operators but their atipttly does not
tqnal ouu third the demtiid and m iiiy
will be glad wheu the company sees til
to put pea coal on the market again.
Minor Industrial Notes:
By a sulu of Hast .loraey Water com
pany's stock, the Lehigh Valley Railroad
company, its half-owner, has .ptolited to
the extent of 11,700,000.
After May l next all coal train and local
freight crews on the Schuylkill branch of
the Pennsylvania id must reside in
Lehigh Valley ilrakoiuan Thomas 11.
Kynell and his brother William havu both
been seriously hurt on the railroad this
week near Ttinkhuniiook.
New Haven, Conn., is soon to be made
ihe couter of the Lehigh Valley railroad's
New England freight business. L. W.
Frost, the agent of the company at Bos
ton, will havo charge of the olli.'es to be
located at New Haven,
About 135 men on the Pittsburg division
of tho Pennsylvania railroad have just
been laid on". This reduction will accom
plish a monthly saving of fo.UoO.
During January Clifford colliery at For
est City shipped 9,398 tons of coal aud
3,489 tons ot culm, Tho employes worked
nice aud one-fourth days. The 1'ol'est
City breaker shipped '.). 101 tons of Coal and
'.',-Jbt5 tons of culm. Its employes worked
eight nud oue-half days
The Pennsylvania Railroad company re
ports a slight improvement in business and
a somewhat better outlook. It is expected
that the statement of earning! during the
uext few months will be less unfavorable
than was anticipated at the beginning of
After haviug produced many hundreds
of thousands of tons of coal, the No. I
slope at Ltrookside colliery has been
"worked out." This slope lias buoa oper
ates for nearly a quarter of a century.
W. II. Suyre, second vice-president, arid
. A. Lathrop, jgetieral manager of the
Lehigh Coal company, were in West Su
perior, Wis., this week, and made arrange
ments to let the contract for a coa! dock
to handle l",uo0 tons.
The first of three porter bars.tbe largest
ever turned out in the world, bus been
successfully drawn at tho Duquesua forge,
Raukiu, Pa. It is forty feet long and
tWnty-sll iuches square.
I he mine of the L'ik Hill Coal company
at Kichmondale is working. uiuo hours per
day uut nig lue week.
AOOU Lvi.t.oz, Carrlagl manufacturer,
119 Carroll street Buffalo,.;, v., states:
I was troubled with nausea of the stomach,
sick headache and geuetal debility. Bur
dock Blood Bitters cured mo.
financial" anlT commercial
Stocks and Bonds
YuiiK, i'eb. M the passage
the Wilson Tartff bill effort was made t
break sugar. It was purtinlly successful
at I ho opening W hen tic price was momen
tarily Uepresed to Tii. The decline brought
in supporting orders, however, and the
price steiulilv mounted to 79, instilling
iiiid cattle feeding according to.wisoaorot
Of the exchange should havu been a sale
cu account of the legislation just pas-ed
by congress, but in this ease as in
sugar there was a disappointment.
Western union was prominent In
point of activity and lost . I b
old story abuut inside selling and los es
to follow on nccoma of the expiration of
the telephone patents wore revived. Djla
ivare and Hudson made a further gain m
188, and Manhattan rose . In the case
of the former there was lont ... about J
an increase in the dividend rate to follow I
the retirement of its high Interest paying
bonds. 'I he market held tlrm during the
day and in the last hour a general, though
underselling the home anthracite ship- ! fl'EM advance took place, Tbe market
ten on nooot hi in. i uo iuswi s oe were
ribs, He; fresh leaf lard, Ho.: fresh
kidneys, So. doz.; rough sausage
meat, S',c. tongue, 'yc. ; plucks, Sceaoh;
whole hogs, 1c.
Poag Mess nt tl ; short cut, $18.
Laud Leaf In tiers at ?4e.; In tutu,
10c; In 10-pound pails, iny-.: in 5-poanrt
palls, 10c; V-pound palla. 1044 l"'r
Hekk Choice sugar cured, smoked beef,
Floor Minnesota patent, per barrel.
$4.:ia4.'iO; Ohio aud Indiana amber, at
IU.76; tliabam at ft,w; ry Hour, at
llofiKwniAT Fi,ouii-t2.S.r per cwt.
FXKD Mixed, per cwt. , at tl .00.
Ilium-Rye, tl,1.; corn, 4U to 51. ; oata.
I9a'l5c. jier btiBhel.
l(Tk Sriuw Per ton, llJelo.
Hay -Pet ton, llflalM.
Ohloago Grain ana Provlaiona.
ScRA.NToH, Feb. k, Tbe following U,UJtA.
tlousure supplied aud tarreetefl dally by La
tin ,v Fuller, stock i t L. Wyomlug ave
nue. WHEAT. Feb May July.
opening (HIU 14 etti.
Highest is)U U lH
Lowest BflU ti MU
Closing toi-I t4i irf.
Opening lioVt, US pM
Highest ii.".', US Ml
Lowest lu lira; SHVti
Closing US M)i
'ipeiilug USj-i IVi t'Nyt,
Highest i'B'4 ItH -'4
Lowest ':'i M iW
Oloatna i'ta, w HH
Opening IIH WOO
Highest Is. lino -
Low. st IttS 1UTT
Closing KM IMS
Opening 'J) 9S3
Highest ,.'il Hi
Lowest '. IU 74;:
Oh slug 740 T43 -
SH HT RIBS,
Opening 117 BAI
Highest 017 ftp
Lowest Ij47 U6-
Clooing BIT 6o7
New York Produce Market.
New York. Feb. Flooh Moru
active, held steadier.
W tut At Market firm, dull; No. '.'
red, store and elevator, :., ,.- ,
f. o. b., it. iht.,.,, . uugruded red, OOaoro.)
alloat, lllisjc; No. I uortborn. 701a7hJiC.;
options opened weak, closed tlrm uud un
changed, No. 'j February, (SJe.: March,
t7J 4 f. : May, OH.'c; July 71-c; Uecom
v.'ohn Firm, moderately active; No.
'i. 4'JlsjO. : elevator, 48140,, afloat; optious
weak, closed steady at Hc over yesterday
February, 4'jC.; March, 43,'5c; May,
UaT8-1Ju11, steady: options dull, tirnior;
February, 84c: March, a4;ac. ; May,
34fc.; No. 'J white, Februnry, 36 ';c;
March, S6Wc; spotpricus, No. l, 84a.4' c:
No. a while, BSaSOX0-! No. 2Jhicago, die;
No. a, :3Jic: No, a whlte.lloc.; mixed west
ern, SSaHoc; white do., SiJa40c.: white
Bekk itulet, firm.
'ikhi'ku Beef Inactive.
Cut Meats Finn, quiet; all unchanged.
l.Alil) Ouiet, lower; western, 17.90:
city, 7)sjc; February, I7.S0; Maich
and May, I7.S0; refined, quiet, steady.
Pork Modarnto demand; mess, tlt.'-JJa
Rl'lTKR Fine creamery, Brn and fairly
active: state dairy, 10aSSo.j do. cream
ery, l'a'Jlc; Pennsylvania do., '-7c;
western dairy, MjalTct do. cream
ery, ISa'JTc; do. factory, l'JnlOc. ; Elgins,
97c ; iimtatiou creamery, Italic, ; rolls,
I'UEtsK Moderate demand, steady, un
changed. Egos Quiet, eusy; ice bouse, 1-c; do.
per case, 80a&Ap: western fresh, l.alli.c:
limed, llalSc; southern, ISalOc.
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects ti permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence, vt'e org ull wboare
afflicted to procure a bottle aud give this
remedy a fair trial. Incases of hubitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to the bowels, and few
rases long resist the use of this medicine,
Try It once. Large bottles ouly Fifty cents
at Matthews Bros', drug store.
ForEaiuorb, Toothache, Bore Throat,
Swelled Neck, and the results of colds and
Inflammation, use Dr. Thomas' F.clectric
Oil- the great pain destroyer.
I have l.-eu Buffering ten
yean with Erysipelas, Have
tafceto doCtOVS medicines all.
I.ati'iit on (In 'hues of most ail
kinds, hut none seemed to d
ui" uny good I dually made
up my mind to try burdock
Blood Bitters Have used four
bottles of B R B , and thiol
myself entirely cured
Mns N. J Ml'CAHA,
Bel v ice. Beaver Co , Pr
VO'l KE is HEREBY OIVEN that an
. at plication will be made to the Governor
t.f tie; state o' Pennsylvania on Tuesday tb
Both day 0 February. 1804. hv William ha-i
pell, Oe.r W. Finn. John Seism, Mat on
Finn and ( leorge W. Ileale under the "A- t
. a ...nl.K. a. Ik !'... 1,1. . U
lylvanla entitled 1 An act to provide for the j completed
n orporanon and regniatlon of certain corpo
rations, approved April tt, 1874, and the sap
I'leinants thereto for the charter of at. in
leiided i orp. .ration to be called, the Moms
flldga t'oal company, the character and ob
ject of which will Da the mining of com and
;be transportation thereof to market and the
lal" thereof And for th.-so purposes to have,
bosess and e-ijoy. all the ritihts, I ..-in-tl t -. it t, 1 1
ui ivllagea of the said "Act of Assembly, and
its supplftin nts. UE'iRol,: W. BEALE.
per, and what do you do Vou destroy
his market, curtail his opportunities
for trade growth, and by jnst that
much lnnmt a blow Upon all those in
dustries and activities that hinge upon
the steady operation of our mines
"The free coal olaUie, in iny delibor
ate opinion, is eitner a Httipendous
I. Hinder or an equally stupendous job.
The flavor of self-interast surrounds
the whole episode of its present cham
pionship The scent of dioker and deal
aritH from tvery incident of iti ut
119, 109 share i.
Tb') following complete tnhle showing the
day s l! actuations iu active stocks is s.ipplled
and revised daily hy Laliar it Fuller, stock
biokeis, 121 Wyoming avenue:
Op ui Hi ii
Re j i Cstale.
OH SALE 8INOLE HOV7IE, WS QDINOI
avenue; very doeirabls location. Anply
ti F, REYNOLDS, or WILLAKL), WARREN
fi&'i.lM will buy modern Sewshoom
O house, all Improvements; terms easy; cor
ner Madison avenue and Deleware street. Ap
ply HARRY LKES
42.1,400 WILL BUY VERY DESIRABLE LOT
'IP corner Madison
street. Terms easy.
t A NT AO
FOR MEN ONLY (Hi EAT EST
restorer and developer known, strenghtj
ens, Invigorates Price p Muarauteed -Meuil
tainti for conflilential circular Dr. H. T
MILLER. U Qulncy street, Chlcitgo.
LADIES,-TONTE IS THE ONLY Si c
cessful Bust Developer known. Never
faila ty Full cuuHdeutinl particulars
sealed; for lie. stamp. Mrs. Dr. H T. Uiller,
-1 yulncy St., Chicago.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia. Feb. 'J. Tallow was
dulland unchanged. We quote: City prime
iu hogsheads, Sc; country prime,
in barrels, 5c. do. dark, in bar
rels, 4a4c: cakes, r,c. grease.
Notwithstanding the dnllness re
ported in trade ciroles, the Scranton
Axle works are kept busily employed
in response to the demand for their su
perior output. Work on tho new ad
ditions is progressing rupidlv. When
the tool department win
occupy the north wing, thus increas
ing the construction department mi
teriallv. New machinery throughout,
ikiiled workmen and efficient execu
tive mnnagemeut have within a re
markably brief time placed this estab
lishment among the very foremost
The completion of the additions now
building will make the works second
to only one In this country, in point of
capacity and sue.
Th Nicholson Eximiner, voicing the
sentiment of manv Wyomuig county
residents, advocates the ooustrnotion
of au il ctrie railroad bitween Niohol
son and Ttinkliannock, It says: "Be
tween Nicholson and Tuuknaunock
there is much travel, notwithstanding
the present overland ride of fourteen
miles. Au electric road belwaeu thess
two points would carry the Tunkhun
nock people to Biughamton and Scran
ton, and would be the nearest way to
New York. The local traffic would be
large, hh the road would run through a
territory well populated. At Pierce-
ville and East Lemon there would bo
much froigut to mov. Fine picnic
grounds could be made tit several
places along tho route, which would
add much to tho receipts of the rosd
The powsr could be generated by
wuter power, the river at this plate
being sufficient to create the power.
The cost of running thu.pla.iv- nud the
interest on tbe. wife eaald be made by
fuvnfog light ti the two boroughs,
leging the reeelpts from railroad rtr-if-trjta)
pay for the rails and rolling
stock. An electilo road oan be bail t if
nt Utopia interested will take to hold
Am C .t. Oil
Am Sugar il
A. T. m S. t 19
Qan. So blri
Ohio, M n, vv nm,
II. U 70.
Ohio. Oas an
.'.. !.Kt. I... ;.sa
t Ol . 1IOCK. V HI. t 1
d. k h mm in
ii., l. a v.
D. mOi Tf
(I. E. Co
N. Y. A N. E...
N . Y. Central. .
N. Y.. O. W.
N. Y., S. A W.
(I. 9, V. Co
North Pac. .f lots
1 'I'm III a i
St. Paul MM
T..c. I MM
Ten ft Pac ?a
Union Pac S
Walcisn, pf HVi
W. Unlun. SlyJ
W. A L. B I tfi
W. A L. E. pf it
11114 1 MM
fcran'.On Whelvsala Marttstt.
tScnaaToa. Feb. 9 FnviTS aso Pro-
oucx-yried ajiples, per lb., 0a7r. : evap
orated apple. lOallo, per lb.; Turkish
prunes, 4Ha5e.:Engllah curranti'Jl1,.'l,.;
layer ralalnt, ll.78at.80t muscatela, 11.20a
1 .u per box; new Valeuolas, 0a7e.
Ukanx- Marrow tats, JiOOa'J.tio per
bushel; mediums, ll.bOal.'.Hi.
I'KAS-oreen, tl ".111..10 per bnahel;ipllt,
p.'.f-oa ' lontels, balOo. per pouud.
Potatoes 60a65c. per bushel.
UKIOKI DOaTOO, per bushel.
Bun 1. 1. " "' per lb.
( tlXESI 10al2Hc par lb.
Ruus Fresh. l7alHe.; pickled, 13al6c;
coolers. EJul lc.
Pfii'i.riiv -Chicken?, dressed, lOJallJf'o. :
Meats naiiis. lit.: large. lOJc.n
skinned bams, ldi.s.; California trains
8'sjC; shouldtrt, I)f0.l dry salted belli.
9,o.; tinoked brenkfatt bacon. Biet;
freah pork loins, inc.; "Wyomlug" pojrK
sausage, llo. ; Wyoming borne made sdjn
sage. 8-pound pail, larded, lie.; butih
era' sausage. 8e., our own make; ti-tih
porlc sboulatra, Sc.: fresh pigs' t.-t
1c. j fresh pigs heads. Be, I fresh spi-re
Iteinoves Fraoklea, Pimplat
Liver Molaa Blaedhsadi,
8inbaru and Tan, slid re.
stores in.- suu 10 lisotup- V1
likl lie. Iit.ejs. produoitii! a ,tfi5tX is
clear and healthy coin-nHwr-. yfS
pfCparationt and perl.-. tly lianiile?S. At nil
.ruvgUts.ot mulled lot 50. Is. Send lor Clttuiar.
VIOLft SKIN SOAP 'lntr lr.snapaial.ia u I
I'll'. M i,:tln So.p, uctlitll ftir UM toilet, sn.l wllh-e-t .
rttal as tat aanstf . Iwaliayaaii sat eaaaaMRi m..si
citei. ai ,inilM Price 25 Cant.
Q. C. BITTNER & CO., Toledo, O.
For sale by Matthews Bros , Morgan Bro...md
Mo-v.nn A- Co.
I -r. I aia I
Malt amaae a wen
Tm PlirN Man of
INDAPO NMrl tSL
I I VV I
XTr ..KM -SW V I
Connolly & Wallac
E)MIJRODRRII-Sand Laces claim our special alter,.
tion for the next week. 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 variety of ex
Colored Embroideries are also good for the coming season, especially for trim
ming wash dresses.
See our line of wide-margin goods,
I Lace Department
Is replete with everything new and desirable. The POINT DE VENISE LA0ES
AND GAL00NS. The latest thing out.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
0pp. Court House.
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
Prices very reasonable. Space
will not permit its to uioiition the
good things for a Christmas din
ner. Stock is complete. Anything
to be found in a first-class markut.
W H. PIERCE,
W. O. tsCHhNCK. Manager,
sixteenth street, one block east of Broadway,
at Colon aouaie, New Yora.
American plan, f, .. per duy and upward.
HOCSh:. Lt.ruuuan iilau; 'auod
i.igh', ifar aup-
Otull duv kll'l
plied with tha best.
K H. rOYNBjJoBiletor.
OCRANTUN HClOSE near D , IT W. fa'
(3 tengtr depot. Cunducted on the Kuropean
plau. Vlcioit Kocii. Bruprleioi.
G'KAND CENTKAL. Tho largest auu uesl
euutpuid hotel iu Allentowu, Ba ; ratal
J- aud liMperuay.
Victor D. Barnfr, Proprietor.
I .AVIS Jt
If H oud H cominomteuith o'ld'a. Beranton.
I,"1 L WALTEH, Archit:t, Library "buTii
J j in. Wyoming avenue. Sorantou.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATUtUAY. FEB 8.
Speeis! Kat.:r:i Li'aueniaat of tho Fa?. rite
Iu hi mcestafnl Irish Comedy-DraniA,
Prtsented with the surae exeellect ccmpsny,
special scenery and effects as when
It scored u hit .u lieraatcL
Sale opaus Thursday.
V L. BBOWS. Arch B Architect. Price
r . i. Hiding. IDS Washington Ar., Hcranton.
MISCfcl.l.AM Ol s
ORTON IT tiWAKTS - WUoLE.Ai.S
' KUBY JEWELED'
honbar. S and S Dlinu Hank 1.;. '.iin'o
VIKUAROEE BKUTBEB1S, PBINTER?
l supplies, enrelopes. paper bag, twine.
Warehouse, .UI Waslnnglou avu, ticranton.
It is marveloui how
itlice famous Watchei
I taking the place ol
all others where accu
rate time is required
Railroadmen will have
)ueber Watch Works, Canton, Ohio
7 BANK P. BBOVt'N Jt CO., WHOLE
I sale dealera in Woodware, Cordage aud
Oil Cloth. 7 M W. Lackawanna areuue
BaX'kk'm. "oitcii estba w usic Foit
halls, picnics, partlet, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For terms
address Ft. .1. Bauer, conductor. 11. Wyoming
ave.. over Ilulbert s music store.
RA FINN A; SONS, builders and contrac
tors, lartis: t-orner uiito St. and Adams
; comer Ash at. and Penn ave., Beranton
PHYRII lafN ami bll BOKO Nit.
DR (I. E. BEAN, iilseaaesof the Eye, Nost
Thi out and Ear, 0UI Bpruee etreut. oppo
alto court liuuae.
DR. A. J. CON NELL, office, 2UI Washington
avt-..ue. corner . o street, over
Pranekes drna store. Residence. Viuetit.
OflicH hours lo.au to IS a. m. and ' to anj
130 to 7.30 p in. Sunday. to 9 p. tu.
DK. W E. ALLEN. Oltlce cor. Lacks
wanuaand aahinetoii aves j over Leoi.
aril ahoo store, otlicu hours, IU to VI a m and
3to 4 p, 111 ; evenings at residence, dl N
DK. C. L 1-KEY. Praetloe limited to Ui
eaaes of tho Eye, Eat , Noso and Throat;
otBce. Y! Wjuiuing avo. lleildauo, SU Vina
Dt: I. M TlATES, llti Waahlligton Ateune"
OttiCB hours, S to U a m . 1 lid to .i aud 7
toS p. hi,
IOHM L WE.NTZ. M. D. Oltleos H ami 51
commonwealth building: residence '.II
UadlaonaTtt om. e hours. 1J to IX to 4. 7 to
t; tSimdavs I3U to 4. evenings at residence. A
a crialty tiiadu of mroaot of tbo eye. ear. nos
ami throat and i.g ..
I H. I) UUKRAY.SMoialty made 011 dla
I " ease-, of eye and Nkm.-I- Wvoiiiing Ave.
Offli a honrtj until 10 a m .' to I and 7 to s p m.
KM. DR KINO, tSOMULBEBRV BTREEl'
il At Carbond.ile on 1'rldays of each week
rn rhinari acRnEOBs
t stcriii:. Veterinarf surgeon, Den
It. tistry a specialty: gold medalist of Ou
tarlo Veterinary I'ollege. Onlca Smnmar's
livery, MWUix st.. near Keller t arring. . ,.j,
'l. lci.ly.ii" .'.'... 41 1
."I K. CLARK a CO. Seeimen. Florists
VJ. and Nurserymen; store ltu Washington
nvenne: green horis,13j0 North Main avenue;
store telephone 7tr.'
UBA.Nl CMoN TEA Co.. Jones Br.d.
M IKE m KK NS.
fTEL jij Luckawai
rantou. Ha . manuf'r of Wire Screens
108 KL'ETTEL, oil Lackaivanna aveuua
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY, I'EB. 6.
Engagement t the Eamous KomattioAcur,
And a selected 00m pan oftplayeri under the
idirtictiuu of W SI. Wnkineoo, in Dumas'
great masterpiece, tne
To be presented with tbe i.amu cast and elab
orate soenic etltc'.s ami accejsor.ei as e-L
during his let-tat engag.meLt at th-
Theater, .'w York City
Prices - Parlor. LSU; Orchestra Jl; Orct-,-OtreleaM
two first rows Baleonv. Tic; ra
mainder of Balcony. .Vic 0H,rj- ate
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TUESDAY, fFER 0.
Cossrrove d. Grant's Comedians
A Pare Comedy that is a continuous round
of merriment Interpreted by the fol
lowing array at Farceurs and
.lost A. OTT, ANNIE LEWIS
Mai Miller, f. T.Ward, .lohu P Cnrran,
.le-sa Hatt her. Annie Wiliuarth. Uracie Uuy
lor. Albert Har:. Howard liraham, W. f
Seats on sale Saturday
CURTAINS I KB
riioi.t fas i hi
III si I.I -t i so in vs. area al
Srivutll lilsense-. .1 in, t. Mi.'l
I-.....U Si..,.ili.,.iif. ' -.Il'IiII, t ...I.
,lon,, etc.. caused bv utttt iil.ti. cs, gives tlgol slid fire
t..s)ii.inkani.igaM-.nii.i .luk'k-ly but surely if liurai
i.l.i M.ini l i.i " . . -., Kaally tssrntdlnvaal
ei i ' rVu Mste ui. a
wrllOl, l- .... i I .nr. or main If rrltimlitl. I'M t
1st any iiiti.tttirlt.l.'.t it-...-I i ii ton uny A fin' of
Imllnllun liHstt.it inn luitl SUAIMt -moo utii.-i Ii
lie it... not a.. i It. W ill aaad it t. mall upon lecnip'
ot't.llie. I'ann.tlle' III S'-rI.mI liteluM' fire. .StltlleW
i o .10 "M Is., aratratiati
SOLD by Matthew Bios . Wholesale intl RttaU
Diiiftsi.is. BCRANTON, PA , and etlief l.aad-
Ing I " "
FEBRUARY 3, 1894.
Your cholM of ihree bMQtlftl
irsring Chrutmaa rrcsctits"
iinti "Jlaidens Swinging." Bond
by madl or iusatrtipi ot' bring
couDonn like thin of tlirwu.lill'cr
cat dates, with 10 cent, siaiBij
or eout, to
Cor, Penn Ave. and Bptftoe Sk
I 14. UKANCK S Law and Collection of
J. nc. No si7 Borno st., opposite Forest
House, Scranton. ra.; celleotionsa spfclslty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
t nts In every county.
EBSI B8 ft HAND, Attorneys and Counsel-
I lot t ut Law, Couiint.nwealth hutldlng,
WashingtoU ave. W. H. Jf.ssci-,
HoitM i E H tstn.
w. 11 Jcaaup, in
UrU.LARt). WARREN B KNAPP, Attor
neys ana Oonnselon at l aw. luttinbltoai
l.nilitmtr. Washington avav. Beranton, Pa.
UATTBRHON A- WILCOX, M'..r.ie,s and
J Connsellora at Law, olh. us l and - Library
Lulldiba. beranton, Pa.
UosWKt.T, II PACTBBMR
William ,. Wilcox.
, Lt-'ltKD HANI. WILLIAM! HAND. At
V tornevs and Counsellor-, c'oitiiiioitwealth
building. Rooms h' S3 sgd '.'l
HBNRi M sELLY - Law omoea tu Ko
fRANK T. OKi'.LL. At tome) at Law. Room
I j. Coal Exchange. Beranton, Pa.
Mii.'nNMV LO WRY, i AtVyt, it! Wathimr
C. II. VON HTORCH. i ton M . C H suuare
lAMKHW OAKFORD, Attorney at iw,
.1 rooms US, 04 ami 6S, Contatouweutb b'Ba
cfAMUEL W. EDUaB, Attorney al Law.
0 ofllee, in? Borneo st., scranton, Pa.
1 A W AIRES, Attorney at Law, 4il
lj. Lackawanna atte.. Scranton. Pa.
1 V. SMITH. I'oOnaellor at L.iv, OfBo,
I . roonnM. 88. M Commonwealth tiuildltnt
t K. PITCH IIH. Attorn at Law. Com
" monwtalth bn lining, Beranton, i'a
i !OM EOY8 'l ni.i not at
I II. REPLOULE. Attorntv Loans nogo
I tlated on real estate security. 40 Spruce.
II r. KILXAM, Attoruev at Law, iau Wi
ll, tiiiilng avenue. Scrauton.
AVE YOl 11 DEEDS AN 1) MOK l'OAtl l-.S
S Ate worth going a long distancelo
S see. No such collection can he
5 found nearer than New Vork or
S l'hilatlelpbia,and then it is not sin
m passed IB the BBtter Of uuiqoeand
m RMlnelTa designs, r richness,
-a daiutlneeS and delicacy ot mate-
g :. Inawnrd, tur t urtaiti stock
this Nl, reaches onr highest ideal
tin bat is should be, aud cannot
fall to meet the approval ot the
ga most refined and artistic tastes.
Yet all this dues not mean high
Jg prices On the contrary, t he value
fg we now offer are submitted for
g your inspection. Of Course, we' vo
g SVery make, und ami nc them will
1 g be tonud the very choicest ctes-
g lions m Brussels, Irish Point, Swiss,
S Nottiughnm and otlier I. ace (it . , Is;
' S alto the New Snowtlake Swiss,
I S with Silk Stripe in continstinc,
SS colors. Also full lines of Silk
, S Stripes, 'lapestiie, etc , tuaile to
M H BROdKS, Surf and Lecturer.
HARK Y TUoKNE. Staf-e Manager.
Weekeouimen. in.- MtiMi.vc.iAM AKl i
Wonderland's : Winter : Circus.
THK XOVKLTY UF 1VK LT1KS
A Theatre 1'rantforined into alCtri us in Mid
i teat n-. tcrobate, Hal Bplnaers,
1. . . Kt, Uo-- toot .ll.velel.
Miting villi lllir Walln.
I aim, in Itall .1 uggleis. lumiy
Denbeya, King Master. K. d
l.eittonatle anil Sawdust
' In la. , the whole business
i I sl'EClALNO'lTCE-Hrafter.UpraChaiiu
j j can d reserved, b) nnnibtrs, afternoon
I only, for the ev.-nmg perterOMBn ."1m
i extra ehargt Hecure year Boats In advance,
1 to, to hack of balcony; to frcr t rf
J ! balceaj and resr parQuettt; ao. opera cb r
Pernrnaaoet at Est and e. 'j p u .'
I opto al LBQ ami 7. 1
written ami acknowledged b i. W.
BHOWNI.VU. Attorney and Notary
I HILL & CONNELL
ItTNlNO, Bl.ASriS'll AND SPOBTlN't
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen tlllla 1 a
BBMSeeOMy P,. and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
-t' I - iaa-
' . s. 1
CJCHOOL OF Till. LACKAW AN N'A. Scran
O ton. Pa , prepares boys ami girls (orcoUtft
or biisineaa' thoroiighll' tralua young ehlldraa
Catalogue al leuuust.
Rav, TnoM.vs M CAa.s.
Walt a a II. Ikttx
fISS WORCESTER'S KLNDKRil ARTEN
M aud ScliooL 41. Adam avenue tuplla
all time. Next term wlU optp
III N I IM S
i c LACBAOH, nuraeou Dentist. ' , iu
V ' . Wvomlng ave
R ,M ST'RATTON. office Coal Eic'.ange
(laueral Agaut for the .Wyoming Diltrl-t.
n8 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National puk Building.
THOS FORD. Plttaton. Pa.
.tOHN B SMITH A SON; Plymouth ra.
K. W. Ml'LLKIAN. Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Agantt for the Itepnuno Clmmloal Com
pauy a High E.plusivaa.
I Thai we ro headqnarten for tverytklnr ft
I the line of WATOUBS, If you k:.ve iniv t..ea
of puicbasiug any kind of a W atf h, lady tor
' gent i. Cold or silver, ypU wl'.l n.ake it grles
mis mistake It von do aot giro fBB nud
gel our i.rleta, fhl.h vou will Und lai har.tr
' all otners, especially ia all tlia htgh grades of
Elgin, Whitburn and Hampden movement
! 1.' you have any double nl are ut all pelted
on prices Ki "s can anil " "... o ao
t roiibla in .onvinoltig yoo. WestOIBavea Itrgo
tooktodlapo-e of, and will offer you Bon
dertcl IneneenMBtt in Jewelry, nuverwaro,
C:o,ks aa all othor good traiwl wo at TO in
C. W, Freeman
l't nn Ave. aad Sprnot St
rpHK REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Aaso
1 rial Ion will loan von in v "i s.er terms
n ml pay you butler on 111181 thiui any
olhor assiK'lstlon Call on ;. N. CAl.LEN
DKR. 'Line Hunk building
THK LAIti 1 KST
IIOTEI.1 AM' HI.S7 M'KANTs.
rJifi m si'MiNMT'.it m -lite Wrotaau
X ave. Nonius ti.
C .1 TltllMAH. Prtio.
HOTEL, '-"7 Lnckawauua ave-
ut. ti huf ' reasonable.
P, allOUH, I'roprictor.
d. nnn aaicau
OLiiuu ruui .. ' "'
- ... .
I Sdy, uttdar f aarsntr. It '.f 1 t.y t -i
I nailiva prool. aod 1011-ptfu book. UJo
I lr.frotQ pt.til.ciirad,ftar i.isil. War
ftud a.rourjMl, Ou, Magic R
poalUrslT tu... coos ataltit I1IX
Somati-irs needs a rrll
kbl f nthly regulatini
ru i rvaivt, aafeaatl ttrtaln In rastilt 11' -"' ''
ailr. Pral'ai narei-tliupst.o.t. ntamyV't.'
.M. faal Mailt -tat ... . , to
Sold by JOHN H. PUELPi
oornar wyaaing ayanu and npu.ee :