The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, February 16, 1894, Page 2, Image 2
1 THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 10. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wtintiof all kind$ ost that hiiici, he rrpt SUwttitm Yanlti,v)hiek on t$trt4 FREE, Situations Wanted. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Eckley B. Com Withdraws His Celebrated Suit Against the Lulilgh Valley. wanted sckcbbino. norsi. ci.KAN VI lint, or anv household work ly ino Addres. MKS MTCATluN s1 lav. wai'KINs. 219 Brotnloy WANTED BV A YOU NO lull. Uot llti Bll "USS I - ' L I : Ali work . can furnish first dnsi. K. B . thlaomcc. rOPMQ MAM, WITH OOOD R1FER I ENCE would Ilk a position in store ur office, not afraid ut hard Wolk. Addles. C M . THduoa utile VV ANTKP-WTUATION BY A 01 RL IN i lawyer s office Id kceplu order Answer Cull TKihfM: Office. 1 1 "ANTED A YliCN'O I.AliY W I to read to HOT Bt hours eaci day. ..flic III.-. tfulllleiuall !eW Address H. care of Tribune w . rti ANTED siil'ATIoN AS COACHMAN ur garducr Address H A , 'Inbuilt Ol i' r hustler: had two . arriaga painting. O ITU AT JON WANTED oxperiinoo '1'.. Tiihuno iti wars U. H A MARRIED man ua .-.a hiiiuM ur m il.-n.-: .. . ; to lie useful, understands green i.o.isc work : eight veaia' lelerotico from lust employers. AuuroS. WILLIAM. U10 Marlon street. CIT'ATHN WANTED ' IS OFPH'E OK i lawyer or physician, to opoUe iln order i.uJ answer calls; can 'uniib t.sil reference Sllss MAKY A. ,1 r.FFREYB, 404 rntaani street. Ho ran ton, Pa. S" l l L ATIUN WANTED A WOMAN k wouid like to get out I'V the day Hashing or cleaning, or will t il..' washing bono. Ad draaa, makY DONNELLY. BcraBtott Potottt.-e. IJY A VOL' NO MAS IN DRY oouDS OR 13 grocery store or mew bullosas w here he oualq work up. Sobii experience good refer Jncfl, will work .heap Address V 0 box W Moutrus. Pa A DREBBMAKEtt WHO :s ENTIRELY t dapondtat upon hereell f"' lupporl old k t.-w engagements to go out by the weak al reasonable r.t. addrawDraaamakar, Trio- miu Office, O.Tl'ATloS WASTED BY A BTR'oNU is uoiuau who is willing todo BBJ kind uf in u- jrk; will take boon washing or if"" ia or m oiuoy tha day. Carolina Kiiuc, So if '"-dar evoBua, Sciaiitun. Help Wanted Male. UA N.aTt KL?A ilLr?" Tl A N. P F K M nent p art loo. Btamp and roforoBoct 'I M..i i .a. care this paper w Help Wjnted Kemalea aStEIT-A UOOD DREBMMAKKR; j cauta a 'lay. d Mad a .11 ava. aSted BERVANTOIRLAT BOKS hotel rranklln aranur. Agents Wanted. II r ANTED A BALEBMAN, 1 1 1 1 ; ..i weekly oai be Bil le withuitr goudri in ii l v locality will ;i . - It or loruil $IM Balary ur tosunlaatoa us you prefer. The ra aultaof a few noure' work often tqnaki .i week s waaea. Addrs, "MANUFACT.UR kK. r" Box vtm, rk.iton. Maaa. v..i0 I'EK MONTH TO KKIHT MAN S ITH V permau.'V ajattrad poaitloii uiusi he tided atonuaU o'e'ook todaj U MiThonwa, Li brary . : una. IV ANTED B'-i ANI i ilIKLS WHO fv wish to make mun.-v when out of arhool: send name and we will tell yotlbow; Domon) wanted. F. BTAYNER, Provldaaea R.J. U ANTED TWi ' YOUNG MEN i PQ( 't.'!) addrasa to call on bualneas buuwa. Steady eiupluyment for good men Apply national clean cowel company. Arcade building. For Sale. I SOK8ALE uU EXCHANGE Em. MEDil M r wal'.bt sleds. I set of runners. Land made; alei-h truck attltabla for coach ur delhery wagon t. E BICKER o . i i Adams aveuue F'ahm For sale ok exchanoe eok. city property. Inquire uf W. C DAVIS, 1712 Lafayette street. 70B -sALE CHOICE BL'ILDINQ L 1 l'S J" in Kacuryrill. lluiulre of DK.' K. T VYHEAT0N, Dentist, 4J1 Lackawanna avanua. OS SALE -A PLATFORM si-kino wagon, and Uoilso for sale or rent . In of B 1. lUXMBitBELL, Moscow, Pa. ICE FOR SALE-DELIVERED IN SCKAN 1 ton at die. per ton Inquire of W H SMITH or M. H. IH'FFoKD Clarke Sum inlVPa. L'UK BALE OS ACHE FARM, STOCK T and utenslla. J M. SHEFFIELD, m Monroe ave. rOK SALE uK BXCBANOE FOKS(JKAN iv ton pruperty--A hearing orange grovo iucreaalng in t'rouuettun aud value yearly in the orange section in Morlda. Addrea F. E. KETTLEToN. Lake Helen. Florida For Kent. IOR RENT APRIL 1 THE ROOMS soft occupied by the Telephone Exchange. :W Lackawanna avenue. Apply at the oftvM of Li-htgh i-alt Mining 1 '0 . Third N'atiunal hank building. L. S. and E C. Fuller. quire L'uR BENT -HOl'SE VC WYOM1NO AVE J nue from April L Eleven rooms, all the m.slern impruvemen s. rent $3U per month Apply to F. H. CLEMuNS. tli Lackawanna avenue RENT: WELL IRA B oKR. Mi I'ino !reet. fl'RNISHED RooMs To X furnished, pleasant. FUR RENT STORE avenue, by April. I Frcy. 421 Laekawunna preiniaea L'oR BENT I LACKAWANNA F.n.jniro id Hem v h venue ur it the IN HI RR BUILDJNO.WA8H. Ijle de Ington avenue, a few desirable olfl'-es and nen ver risasoiialile r. nata. Kent very reasonable ito desirable par tis (an be sueu by applying to janitor in l uildlng. For teiras applv t . ( HARI.ES A LTKH, BI North aialn avenue. L'OR RENT ALAROE STORE BOQV A 1 r B Spruce street. Imjuire at III Wyom lag avenue. IOR RENT THREE I:' 10 Ms, FRONT on JV second floor, over N A Hulhert's music store lit Wyoming avenue, from April 1. In cjuire In the store. TOR KENT TVVOSloHY BRICK DWEI. I ling huuaa; modern Improvements. BU Forest court Apply tu il AC RICE COLLINS, agent, 721 West Lackawanna avenue. ro let for a tehm of years - i Part or all of three hundred feet uf yard ro,m along rallruad. Ap;4y at il Praiikliu avenue. nPO RgNT-hTOHK ixrtlOH FURNISHED J hall un Uruen Ridge street Very desira ble location and on reasonable terms. Apply tpl E NETTLF.TON' ur C. S. WOODR1 FF. Republl an building Special Notlcea. MEAL TICKETS CAN HE HAD AT corner Spruce street and Franklin rule Twenty meal tickets fur J3.SU Oood table board. IO. Ren tetate 1 'OR BALK BIN OLE HOL'SE, Wit yUlNCY y avenue, very desualile locetiou Aoply O I REYNOLDS, or Wil.LARD. WAHRF.S 4 KNAPP. IT IS AN AMICABLE COMPROMISE TI10 Erie and Wyoming Valley Com pany Completes a Traffic Agreement with the Wilkes-Barre and Eastern Railroad, Ly Which the l atter Se cures Pennsylvania Coal Company Tonnage--Oilier News- of Nearby Industries Brightly Paragraphed. The imnortatioa of I'o.xa Ur.ij. & Co.'a new denl with the Iehijjh Valley aside frc.1111 the fuct that it undoubtedly hernia oil' IJmo BfOB A." Oft from es teuditiK thalr own road to 11 connection with the Deltiwun', Lackawanna and Western nuil the Now York, Sotqaf Imnua and Western ut Stroudsburg-, 18 eyplained bv tbe fact that it means fully 1,000,000 tons mora of 00a) busi- i ness for Iba Lthlgh Vulley. TbB betio tits of tbia ifreat touuuue will bo ob tained without the omlay ofODB ceift on tlie part of the QOIDpgOjr, as the De'a- ware, Susquehanna and Schuylkill railroad will furnish its own cars and motive power all the way from the mines to tidewater, and will also sup ply the crews. Tue long atainlitiK suit of Com Broa, jt (Jo, attaint tbo Li hiyb Valley btforo the interstate com i merce coinuilssioii will, it is said, be Iwiiinlruwii or cotupromisjd. The new tfgfflu thus obtained by the Lehigh alley is a portion of that for -tnerly controlled by the Reading under au agreement entered into betwseu Coxa Brot, & Co. and 1'resident Mo- 1 Ltod, but winch was cancelled by the receivers I 1-1 tutumir 011 the ground 1 thai the rates paid were unprofitable 1 In the K-adiiu and discriminated tiitiust other shippers. The DeWware, SuKiueliauna and Schuylkill railroad, in autlcip ttion of t lis ajireemeat. nego tiations for which have been pending about tbree weeks, has ordered ten new engines and 1,000 hopper gondola oars. These, with the SUU cars ordered last summer, will (five th -m 1,800 MTt, and prevent 1 'ove Bros, a Co from being; discriminated against in the future in the matter of cars Aniiouticment is urtde in the I'itts tun Ua.stte that work will sooa be be gun ou a branch railroad, to be con structed troui the main liue of the new Wilkes-Barre aud Eastern at a point above Mill (.'reek, to the Erie and Wy omlnt; alley railroad main hue, near No. shaft, Tbe route was surveyed last tummvr by a corps of Wilkes Barre and K istern engineers. Its course is from the main line along; a side bill in Plaint township to the old brick tav -ern on tbo Back road, along this road to the old No. 14 slop), theucs to the Erie and Wyoming Valley main line. Tbe new braach will be constructed primarily for the pur pose of enabling tbe Wilkes-Barre aud Eastern to handle a per -ceutage of the output of the Pennsyl vania Coal company mines, but 110 doubt when the road is once in good running order, a freight an 1 pisseuger traffic arrangement will be entered into, whereby Wilkes-Barre and But ern passenger and frieght trains will be run into the Broad S'reet station of the Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad, tberebv established another direct route from Pittitou to New York, and also aconuectlon at Wilkes-Bsrre with the Suubury branch of the Pennsylvania railroad, which i) to b extended along the west bunk of tha river to the Wilkei Burre and Eastern Station at Wilkei Barre. For the month of January the D;la ware and Hudson Canal company snip ped from Hones lale 63,1136 tons of coal and piled 4,7'iT tons They had on hand at tbo close of the month, 103.033 tons on the Hones dale docks. Tno total amount of coal mined and ship;3d by thin company for tbe first month of 1894 waa .."j6VJls tons, against 84,67:1 tons, mined and shipped during Janu ary last year. W. W, Kuley disclaims having at tempted to make any estimate of tin mined coal in this state, and tha figures which are going the rounds of the press, purporting to set forth the result of bis investigations in that direction are characterized by him rs unwar ranted and misleading. Mr. Ruley has evtdently been made tbe victim of some statistical adventurer. Tbe decision of tha stockholder of the Bethlehem Iron company to double the capital stock to $10,009,000 is re garded by many as a move to f irestnll possible competition from the fimbria Iron company and other companies ,whtcn are preparing to inak a drive in tbe steel rail department It is said that tbo Bethlehem company's increase will be used to rehabilitate tbe steel rail mill, 10 that tha company can compete in the manufacture of rails with any other company The Pennsylvania RltlrOBll company is teiting a new system of car ventila tion which is tbo result of the joint ef fnrta of J. H. Elder, C Linstrom. ('. Harris and W. Todd, all chief inipeo tors for tbe company. In this system there la no change msde In the lower ventilator, but instead of the long window panels above, large tin tubes abont seven inches in diamstir are projected In their place. These com municate between the Inaido of tha coach and tho outer air, and on tho outside there is a Urge asp over the em), arranged in such a manner ut to release the Impure air from within. In the body of tbe tube there Ii a system of screeni which serve tu exclude smoke or cinders. These renttlators ran be hu arranged as to regulate the draught, thus maintaining au even ttmperaiuro wlthju the coach Various Minor Jottinos: An ordinance to penult a trolley from Heading to I'ottstown his been iiiliodliod in Heading councils. The big coal storage yards ut Sjbiiylki'1 Buven, itcently burned, will bo replaced by larger ones by the Heading company. Although buried under rock and coal iu ft Suainogin raioa for tbreo bonra, dohu Ssiila was dug out. alive. Th Newton Co il a mipany Inttndl aiuk infr a t-haft to 1 he lower vein. Tile shaft will be located near the canal tracks ut tboir I'ittstou mine, Crlt clslng a Younir Lady. ' She would bo n pretty girl for but oue thing. 1 ' What's thatr asked Charley. Hoorgo Her face is always covered with purple and red blotches. Cnuiley- Oli. that's easily enough dis posed of. Used to bi the same way my self, but I caught on to the trouble oue day, and got rid of it iu uo time. George What was itv i barley- Simply blood eruptions. Took a short course of P. R P. ! t"ll you, it's ba boss blood corrector. Tbe governor had rheumatism so bad that you euuld bear him boiler clear across the country every time he moved. He tried it, and yon know what an athletic old cent he is UOW, If somebody would give Miss haisy 11 pointer, she would thank them after wards. All the drug stores sell it. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Stooks and Bonds N'xw Yokk. 1 eh. 15. On tranactions of Mil. null shares American rjiigar broke to day troin Slij to 1 iJ-jaTSJtj. The decline was brought about by liquidation caused by reportl from W'ushniKtou that the ben alo Mib-couitnuteo will recomniuud tho adoption of sugar schedule as passed by tbe bouse, anil thus uduut both raw and refined sugar free of duty. It was a ho vera disappointment to tbe pool recently formed to put un tho stock. A perfect rush to sell resulltl, and it was not u lineal ion of price either, the bulk of llio orders having been, as the street txprejaion goes, "at the market. ' Wash IngtOU, it Is said, sold heavily aud, If the go elpgj 1 111 be believed, the speculators at tbe capital nave U04W more contributed their mile to local tnauipulators. Tbe Summon si.. scored a uet loss uf oV, unit tho preferred '--,. While tho bulls iu Sugar Were paying for their experience, tbe shorts iu Chicago Gee were by uo means overlooked. Tno fact that the c in cugocuuiiuou council would past tbo Wat sou ordinance was coiumou property 111 certain circles some time before the alder men took tiual action. The result was a short interest uf formidable propor tious lor these tunes. When Mayor llopkius vetoed tho measure last night the short interest had not been covered Heluted bears rushed in to gel back their contracts ibis uiorniug only 10 tlud that there, was vary little stock of fering ut going nit. 11 loin and ill a jiffy the price was advanced M . When tbe demand from this quarter was satisfied the st. Ik gradually yielded 14j at tirst fig ure it shows a net gain of J4. The rail way list ruled dull but. linn until May wheat bloke to S634 lu Chicago, when a geueral though nut marked declliie took place. '. Paul sold dovvu I, liurliugtoii I tjand Rock Island . The market clused about steady- Net losses wereequul to to H the latter in Sugar. Total sales were 170 shares. The following complete table showing the day s ttuctuulluus in active stooks Is supplied and revised dally by La Bar J) Fuller, stock brokers, 121 Wyoming aveuue: Open HUh l.uw Clos ing, est. est. tig. 27a Z IRU 8104 v:y4 r, Ts, M 1- Hsu ill .'sj :u ;i 61 1 A in. Cot. Oil Am Sugar. A. T. S. F Can. So. . , Con. N. J Chic . N. W HUM C, U. tt y Tt Chic. Oas UWy C. C.,C. Bt. L... BsM Col, Hock.VaLaT D. a la D.. L. & W loOVj I), 0. F 91 Erie la ii, E. Co SaU LakoShure MUM L. M I&M Mauhattau Miss, l'ac nth Nat. Lead a' N. Y. H, E lu N. Y. Central sV H . Y..O. & W IMS N. Y..S. W tM U. S. C. Co North Pac 4 Nurth Pao. pf i:, Omaha Pac. Mail Reading ttH Ruck Island So R. T St. Paul t4 T..C. 1 l'S Texas & Pac Uiilun 1'au Is Wahssu, pf W. Union UIW W. U .... W. it L. E. pf ISA, BUM w! bti l.ivii ! luN 3U I'JlIU mi II la4a Mg 114 s Ls If. 5.l)i ISI is ms iiil I0l44 it I8UB liiUVj tm I-HH 454 M m m m m 14, 214 tiy Mi 1H4 10: I, MM IWi i4 Hi l'.sii, ttti w II w m m hs HIM tiya 6aR IfH A . . . ITh KM 4s(j Chicago Grain and Provisions. Si'KANToN, Feb. 15. TbSJ followlur quota tluiisure supplied aud 0 .riveted daily by La Bar & Fuller. stock brokers.UI Wyoming avenue. Fab, May. bi WW H luOa f'l les ii MM MM KM el1. KM 111 HUM 1 bl.M MM m Its iVk, 11KJ 11'J IIH va lluj lb; Ilfi lKoj 7.7 703 TV? 717 7.7 m 727 Jill MB 6.11 m tu: a 1 i I tl.'d MS July. mt on, BOM any 37l4 kQ 87t4 M 'ii 7, 70:' 7u2 71 rl 7lU 6 BONDS for SALE To Investors. Till-: scitAKTON Axle Wotki bavo iBStied 175,000 of 0' per ceut. Coupou Bonds, Interesl payable semi annually .These bonds an- to run for ten years, from Nov; 1, 1893. Only ;i liuiiU'tl amount are offerM for Bale ti Investors, These bonds are flrsl mortgage on the entire plan) d the company, and arc Issued for t li our pose of enlarging the works. The honds arc ui the denominations of 11,000, j(X aud $iuo each. For further particulars address S. B. MOTT, Financial Agt. itooius 9T and 12 Commonwaaltli Bulld'g, BCRANTO.N, PA. M0 WILL BUY MiJOERN NEW S ROOM bouao. all banrovi uients. terms . ... . or Per Madison melius and Oelewara OtNOt Ap ply HARRY LKES yl.ll" WILL HI.' I VERY DESIRABLE LOT vomer Madisuu aveuue aud Ouiawars vtrael Terua easy Apply HARRY LEES. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of iloiictioii City, 111., was told by her doctors sbe had Con sumption aud that tbera waa uo hope for be r, but two bottles Ur, King's New Lis covery completely cured her and sbe savs it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggers, IS9 Florida St.. tfan Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching Cousuniiitiou, ti id without result everything else tbeu DOUgll oue bottle of Dr. King's New his covery and iu two weeks was cured. He Is naturally thankful. It is such results of which these are eiamples, that prove tbe wonderful ehTcacy of this medicine iu "oughs and (.'olds. Free trial' bottles at Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Keg ular size AOc. aud tl. The figures of Hie Heading railroad's World's fair business have recently been oompnted by the ofliciali of that company, and made a very hamlenine showing. The total receipts were fsWO, -B74 41), divided as follows Uav coach and special excursions, $115,(137.74, regular tickets from Philadelphia, (171 140. lo; Philadelphia and New York division. l.baUJ 11; main line and Wil liamsport division, fftSMM This snowing la all the more remarkable when it is remembered that at the open iug of tbe fair iu May the lUadiug was nut regarded as a factor in the through travel, and that it bad many powerful competitors to contend wltb. It is reported that A. A. McLeod, un der resolution uf tho Now England stockholders, at their annual meeting, has appointed Austin Corbin, Sidney Chase aud J. U. McDonald a committee to investigate the acts of the reoeut management What is More Attractive Thau a pretty face wltb a fresh, bright complexion? Font, use PonODl'l Fuwdcr. BUSINESS AM) PROFESSIONAL PHYHICIANH AM s RGEON. DK ii, K. D13AN, PlWNUHM ! the Kyu, Nust Thtuat urn. Km. wj rSprtuo tl4t oppa bittt OOUft hou. I) R A J, COWNBLL, offlca BUI Waahlnfton avenue, coiner rsL.iinsi slieot. uvur r i an, ku s drug store. RoOUUHIOO. raN inu si. Olh. e hours lb HU to I'.' a ut. and '.' tu i and b M to i is) p iii Sunday. 1! tu 3 p. ui. DR. W E. ALLEN, urllce OOf l.a,:ka wauua and Washington aves : over I.oou slat shoe store; ulhce hours, lu to U a m. and 11 to 4 p. m , uveuliigs ut residence, rAi N. Washington sve. ' DR. C 1. FBEY, l'raclb o limited to Dis eases ol tha Eye. Ear, Nose and Tin oat, uUtcu, IM WyynUlg avu lUeideucu, uJS V ine street Dk L .M OATEB, iw Waahlufton Aveuuj. Ulllcu hours, s to u a ii, 1 M to I aud .' to S p. IU. IOH.N L WENTZ, M 1, Oltlees K and 61 I ComuionweaUli building; residence 711 Madiaonaye: "ill o huurs. Id tu I .'. - to 4, 7 tu Ii; Sundays 8 J) to 4, evenings at residence. A specialty made of diceases of the eye, ear, nose and throat and gyuuoology, nit. (I 1). MURRAY, specialty made ou die eases of eye aud skin. -1:1 Wftnntng Ave. I illlco hours: I ntil lu u in - to 4 and 7 to s p in. Kl mtlN AllY HI ROBOMa STI'ROK, Veterinary Burgeon, IJou i. tistry a specialty; gold niedallat uf On taito Veterinary College. Ortlce. Summer's Uyorjr, iCJu Ou st.. neai ReUer s uai i lege shop. Telephone No. 411 i v w y hits I M C RANCH'S Law and Collection of I . Bee, No 817 Spruce St., upposlto Forest House, BerabtoQ, I'a,, coIleotlptlS a hpcctalty thioiighout Fsnnsylvauia; reliable eorrespoiid elite in every couuly. I KSSI Pa i HANU, Attorneys and Counsel lors al Law, Washuigtuu ave. WHEAT. Opening Highest Lowest Closing CORN. Opening Highest Lowest Closing OATS. ripening Highest Lowest Closing PORK. Opening Highest , Lowest Closing LARD. Opening Highest. , I ..vest CI slug hh Tit hi us. Optnlug Highest !.owcat Closing New York Produoe Market. Naw York. Feb. H FLoim-Dull, weak. Wheat Dull, weaker; No. 1 red store and elevator, MKefllWo. ; afloat, (Wo.: f. o. b., ulkaO'JVu. ; ungraded red. 38a SW.! Mo. 1 northern, 07MtOTKc. options active, weak closed Wealt at ltlVc, under yesterday, May ami July were most active) No 'J red February, flllKc. ; March, W'.,c.; May, lldkc: July, C5Hc; August. 6(l;c. ; December, Tukc. ;oH!l Dull, easier . flo.& 4'.'4U4c.I ele vator; 4d.t4..'.,' atloat: options weie dull and easy, Hao. lower; February, March, .'yo.; May, 4'8.c., July, 43sjC. OaTS -Dull and firmer; options, dull, easy; February, loo.: March, Ur,. May, Klla'c; No. '2 white, March, aOvfc ; spot prices, No. V, 3d,s,a3H4c. ; No. 8 white. 37Wa37!.c. ; No. V4 Chicago, S7to. ; No. i No. J white, r.-,. . mixed western, 8oaH7c. ; white do, U3a41o; while state, ti-alic. riaar (juiet and steady. I'h. !',.; Hull atllA.30. I IklU. Kit IlKKK Inactive, stead V. CUIMKATO-Steady, quiet; pickled hel lies, 7c. ; pickled shoulder, O'jC, ; do. hams, U'tC Minoi.LS Nominal. IjAHO-Uuiet, steady , February, 17.73; Marcb, t7.3. May, 87.30; refined, dull; comment, w ;., compoiiuu, OMsbMO. PORg Steady, loss active; mens, 8111.73a 14. -a. UuiTlii-Qiiiel uucbauged CnaiHg turn, fair demand, state large toUKo. ' fancy HWal'-h'-, do, small io., l ' , part skims same KiKis Lighter recolpta firm, ico house (J.78al.3ii per case; weiteru froah, IBWe-i iimea, liaise,; souiuern, iaaivu. -s I Philadelphia Tallow Harkst. 1 'h 1 1 a I'M.i H i a. vu. Id. Tallow was dull aud unchanged. Prices were: Prima city, iu hogshead, 4)tal3,c.; prim cuun try, lu bogebuads i'.tc do. dark, tu hogsheads, 4Ja;.; cakes, ao. ; grease, 4,'u. sS- I rip: llrst trial uf Ur. Wood s Norway I'lue Syrup will snlisly any oue that tbe luiig-bealiug virtue of the . pine tree has low been rellued into an effective and convenient cough medicine. Bold by all dealers on a guarantee uf satisfaction. Coiuiiiunwealtli building. w rl. JLnsi a, Hoiiai K E H vvn. W H Jassue. Jr. U'lLI.AHD, WARREN S KNAPP. Altar ueya and Cuunselurs at Law, Republicau bulldiue. Washington ave. Boranton. ra, IIATTEKSON t Wil.CUX, Atturuojs aud I i ..unselloi.s at Law, ottlceSe and B Library building. Bcrautou, Pa RoSWELL H. PATTBIHoa. Willi vni A Wil. m ALFRED HAND. WILLIAM J. HANI), At torneys aud Counsellors, Commonwealth building. Rooms hi. 80 and tl HENRY M SEELY Lart uttl.es in Re publican building RANK T oKtl.L. Attorney at Law. Booin !. Coal Exchange Scrantun. Pa. milton w i.iiWRy. . Att'ys. ar: Walking i m io.v siobi ti i toii av . i h. oQiare AMES W OAK FORD. Attorney at Law. rooms (13 54 and SJ. Commonwealth h'l g VJ AMCLL W. LDllAlt, Attorney at Law. (j Office 31" Sorucest . Scrunton. i u. I A WATKES, Attorney at Law, 41 I j. Lackawanna aue Sci anton. 1'a. (' P, SMITH. Counsellor at Law. office. rooms 34. a5. W Commonwealth building. K. PITCHES. Attorney ut Law, Com mon wealth building, Bcrantnn, cu C. i OMEOYS, i'l Spruce st. DM KEPLOOLE, Attorney-Loans nego tiuted OD real estate security. 4us Spruce. I) t KILL AM, Attornev al Law, VJu y i.miug aveiiui'. S.-rautoii. HAVE YOI'R DEEDS AND MOKTOAOES written and acknowledued bv J W. BHOWNINO. Attorney and Notary Public, comiiioiiweaiin ti ' i . 1 1 1 "tlllMII Scrau aud girls for college utty i'ists. p C LAUHACH, burgeon Dentist, No, 111 v ' . Wyoming ave. R M. mTHaTTon. office toai Eachaiure Connolly So Wallace A FEW HINTS FROM OUR Department Novelties and Fancies in great profusion daily ar riving. The Crow's Foot and Shep herd Chpcks are new and decidedly pretty and neat. See them. Our stock now presents a remarkable offering that will meet with a very ready sale: Ten pieces Scotch Heather Mixed Cheviots, s4 inches Ol HOOLOF THE LACKAWANNA I J tun. ra., prepares buys ur business' thoruiighly trains young children. (analogue al reciuest. Rev Thom is M CANt. Walthu h. Boat.L Miss WOBCESTBR1 KINDEROARTIN and BcbooL il- Adams avenue 4'uplls received at all limes. Neit term will upeu lanuarv B LOAMS. 'I'HE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso 1 elation will luan you money on easier terms and pay you better on investment than any other association Call on S. N. CALLEN DKR, Dime Bank building HOTEL! AM) RKBTAURANT0. 'I'HE WESTMINSTEU. Vi7-2W Wyoming 1 avn. Rooms healed with steam: all mod ern Improvements M T Hl'MAN, J'rop. ' IEOLER S HOTEL. IW7 Lackawanna ave fj nue, Scianloik Rutes reasonahlo. P y.inil.LK. i'ropi letor. UI EsTMlNbTER HOTEL W. 0, SCHENCK, Managor. Siiteenth street, one block east of Hroadway, at rrilon Hiptare, New York. American plan, S;l W per dav and upward (SOY NE HOL'SK. European plan; 'good J roouia Open day and night. Bar aup plied witu tbe best P II. COYNE. Proprietor tjinniun hui -i .... p l, a: w pas i scnger uepot plat. I e. iiili. pel hotel in Allcntowu. Pa ; ratal i and 11. ) per la vicn Conducted on the Euronean Vic roll Koch, Proprietor i RAND CENTRAL. I he largest aud but c.iull.po : and VI s) ii n "inn D H t iini a, I'toprlster. I) wide, 50c. per yard. Worth double. We are showing a great bargain in Hudders field Beigis, 42 inches wide, at 75c. Never before sold un der $1. SOME BLACK GOODS SPECIALS. Several pieces of Merino Guipure, formerly sold at p, now 50c. Five pieces Bedford Cord, j forty-eight inches wide.made ;to sell at $1.75 per yard. Our price now, 65c This is a great bargain. j Our line of ENGLISH SERGES, 54 inches wide.is, I without doubt, the greates value ever shown in Scr.in- ton. Three grades, $1.00, $1.12 and $1.25. These must be seen tobeappreciated CONNOLLY & WALLACE 209 WASHINGTON AVE. Opp. Court House. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ' N. J. 1 Ulllllllllllllllllillllllllllllliillillllllliu 4M I OUR READ LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION Anthracite uai used encluslvely, mauling cleanliness and comfort. TIMS TABU IN at i la r rBB I, IsW Trains Wave Boranton for Pitt.tuu. wiike, Ban e, etc . at e. in, 9.18, 11 m a. m.. liLBU, 1W. .1 !o, D 7 II ui p in Sundays. S ou a ui , luu, klOO, 7.10 p. m For Ailanti. city, is lu u. m. For New York, Newark and Elizabeth. 10 (OXpreeil a. iu., U W ieprcss with Huffel parlor car), 9.39 (oapreilj 0, lu, Sunday, i.OU p. in Fun Mai , u Chunk. AlAIMTOWM, BiTRLI hum. EasioH and 1'HiLAbt.LPiiiA, .10 a ui . KI.aXB.10. 5.UU (except Philadelphia; p. IB, Siiudav. iOU p m. F'ur LOHO uhabi'II, in kan QROTBi etc.. at s .10 a. iu , lin p m. Fur Heading. Lebanon and liarri .liuig, via Ailentown, s,w u. in., itK), :.Mu. p.m. Sunday, -' Ut) p. IU. For Puttaville, i lua m . 18 Jiip n, Rutuiulug, leave Nun York, foul of Liberty street, North river at 1.10 (expires.) a ut., I in. i.ao, .i (exprooo wim Boltoi partor carl p, ua Buadar. i ju a m Lm e I'hiladelpliia, Reading Terminal, U.U0 s. .a . -.iio ..i.i 4 :n n m. Sunday, ii i. a. pi. Thriiiigh tickets u, all points at lowest rates may be had uii anplicatluu lu advance to the ticket agent at lbs station. II P BALDWIN, Oeu Fass Agent. I II OLHAU8EN, dan, Supt. r-,s i nt new oner madu to Tribune readers on page 7. It is the best one yet made public. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. FRIDAY, I LB. lu. The Laughing success. MR. GEORGE THATCHER And a clever company of Comedy Lntet taio ers in the new Musical Extra vagabia, AFRICA In three acta, w.th elaborate i euery, biau. nful custuiues, and best described as folluWs: ACT I fvs y. '. 'loin i in ACT 111 ,i n.nji k US bale opens V eduerday. AK 111 I'Kt'lS AVIS & HOC'l'T, Arobltaets ltooins U, 211 anil Hi Cnnimonwnalth b'ld'a. Herautou IJt L WALTBIt, Aiiiiltact, Library bulid if lag. Wvoining avsuuo. Scranton. rs L. HKOWN. Arch B. Ar. hlte.el. I'rl. . r . budding,! Washington Ave., aoraatotl, MIKCKI.I.A M ui - flOBTof) I 8 W ARTS WHOLISALI I I lumber, D aud II Dime Dank building, S11 nn ton, Pa. MEOARoii" ilKOTHKHB, PtUNTiitll.' supplies, envelopes, pnpar baga. twine. Waiehoiiso. ISO Washington sve , bcranton. Pa nRANB ' BROWN A CO, WHOLE I sale dealers lu Wondwaro, Curdage aud ' ll ( loth, 7r0 W. Lackawanna avanua. BAl'EK'8 OBCHKSTHA MUHIO FOB balls, ploulus. parties, reoeptloua. wad dings and ooncert work f uritlshed For terms address u J. Bausr. conductor. IL' Wyumlua ave., Oyer Hulbert's music sturo. I7ZBA FINN & 3uNS, bulidsrs and contrac" J j tors. Yards: Corner Olive st. and Ailauu ava : cornar Ash st. aud Penn ava., Sci antou KKEI4. j II. CLABK 4t CO., Beodauian. Florists " ' . aud Nurserymen; store IW Washington avDiiua; green bouas.lAVl North Main avenue; Stgro tidephotis 7W TKAH. OHAMO CNION TEA CO.. Juuea Bros I CURTAINS i pllltlUllilHIINIIIIIIIIIIIIUHHlUlllC I LHlU'.l VALLEY UAILltiJAD. I Feb. 11, i"': Train leaves ScrantoB lui Philadelphia and New York via. tl. 4 H It B at I a.ru . II 10. iJs and 11 Ji p. in via O.. I. Jc . K It, 0 00, s ue, ILK) a ii. o i 1.30 p. m. Leave BeraBtOO for llttstun and WUkei Harro rut 0.. it i W, K It . n.W, (OS, 11 ii a. iu , 1:10, j. ial. ii.07, l.tttl p. iu. Leavu Scralitoii tor While Haven. BailatOB, Pottsvllle and all points OB the Bsavsr ileadow and futtsvllfe bran. Ies. via E A W V . 0 4or.ni via D. JC H. ft, K. at s a in . Ii lu. tM 4 Iti p in . via D . 1. A W. K 1! , f.UO, S OS. ll. .o a ui.. I ;m. tii p.ui Leave Scrantun fur BotbMNUI, EaitOB, Heading, Harrisburg and all interfliedute pumts via p Jc H K Ft m ,13 10. 2 3D. I1.U pin.viaD.l. AW H ft.b 00 ,1 OS. 1 1.30 a. in., 1.80 p in Laavo Boranton fur Taakbaanock, Towan 1 1. Eluiira ltha a. lieneva and all lDtermudldt puiutsviaD. & h K Ii J. u7 a in. 1: lu and II IS p. iu.. via D L. W. R. R,, I.Oi a iu..l.B0 p. m. Leave Seraiifon for Kocliaster. Buffalo, is'i agaru Falls. Detroit, Chicago and all points west via D & H It. H. v 07 t.m.,1'.' lO.u l.i 1 1 o. n in. via D. L Jt W. It. Ft. and Pittstui Junction, to am., I JO :i IB p. in , via K S W. K K.. D.4I p. ir. For Elmira and the west via SaUMnMOl via D. ol 11 K ll P.oT ,., 11,10,1 U p, iu . via D U W R H. . .a OS a ut.. 1 30 and Vtl u m. I'ullnmn parlor slid sleeping or I.. V. .hair cars on all trains In-tween L. B. JutV'tiooor Wilkes Barre aud New York Pnlladllphla, Buffalo and Hospciision Budge ROLXIN il WILBUR. Gen Bnpt.EaetDlr ('HAS s. LHE, Hen. Pas. At, I'hila.Pi. A W .NONKBMACHBR.Au l Q-n Pass Ag t. BOBth Belhleheui, Pa. A iu worth going a long distauceto see. No such collection can be found nearer than New York or Pblladelpbia,and then It is not sur passed iu tbe matter o( unique find exclusive designs, ur ncbuess, dulutiness and delicacy of mate rial lua word, our Curtain stock this fall reaches our highest Ideal of what Is should le, and cannot fall to meet tbe approval of the most refined and artistic tastes. Yei all this does not mean bigh prices. Ou tbo contrary. tha slues We now offer are suhuiittol (or your inspection. Of course, wo' ve every make, and among them will be loiind the very obvTceit crea tionx lu Brussels, Irish Poiut.Kwiss, Nottingham and other Lace Uoudi; also the New Buowtlake Bwlss. with bilk htripe in contrasting colors. Also full lines of Bilk Stupes, Tapestries, etc, made to crder. SlIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlS I HILL & CONNELL m S SCR ANTON, PA. I niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiR DUPONT'S MINING, BLASTING AND BPORTINQ POWDER WIIIK N Kill NH. IDS KI'KTTEL, 0i5 Lackawanna avanua, rl hi. Pa, mauuf'r of Wire S, reeii DELAWARE and nun BOM RAILROAD. I c.iniiucuciug May mi. lsftl, trului will run as follows Trains leave Bridge street BtatlQB. Sciantou. for Puts toil. Wilkes Bai re, etc. I ,i.U7. :J7, 10 4.' a. iu.. 1110, 1 1 .35. !f.8l. 4 10. 5.1o, b.15, .IJ and II Jt p. m r'or New York and Phfta dolphia. SOU a. in , If 10. i.'V "its. 4 10 and 11 90 p. iu. For Honesdaleilr.ini Delaware. Lackawanna and western depots ".03. 180, 10, lo a.in , li.iw in., 3. 17, 1 10 p. iu. For Cm laindale and lutei un diate dations. i.40, 7 00. S 30. 10.10a. m . 13.00 m ,'.' 17. 3.2.1,5 u, UO and 1 3."i p. in : from bridge street Depot. SOI a. in., l.lTaiM H d I'. Bi. Fast express lo Albany. Saratoga, the .Vdi rendack Mouutitinj, Boston and New England points. .VP) a m.. arrivinr at Albany li.4J Saratoga J.Si p. BL, aud leaving Scrantun at 3 p iu . arriving at Albanv a. - ' ; IBs, Saia toga. IS.Ha in . suil Bustou. 7 .00 h. m The only direct route between the coal BeMl and Boston "The Leuding ToBrteH Hoilto of America' to the Adirondack Mountain re wuts, Lakes lleorge aud I liainplain. Montre.iL etc Tlmu tables showing local and through Ui.m service between stations on all divisions WjIm ware and Hudson system, may be obtained al all Delaware nud Hudson ticket offices. H. O YOUNG, J. V. BI KIKJK, Se. oiul Vice President. QeB, 'ifi. Agt. i'Muufactured at the Wapwallopeu Mills. Lu zerne county Pa., aud at Wil ndugton, Delaware HENRY BELIN, Jr. Otneral Agent for the Wyoming District, 118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa. Ihird National Bank Building. AOBBCIIS. TI10S FORD. Plttstuu. Pa .lOHN B SMITH A SON: Plymouth. Fa. L W MCLLlliAN, Wilkes-Barre. Pa Agents for the Kcpauno Chemiiial Com pany's High Kxploslysa N. A. HULBERT'S City Music Store, WYOMINO AVK. 8CBANT0S. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, SATUBDAY, PER 17. The Sweet Irish Colleen. KATIE EMMETT lu Con X MuipL s play, KILLARNEY L nder management of Mr Harry Williams. Great Scenes of Ireland. Mis- BMatSTT'8 NEW SON U8-"Littl Bo 1'eep,- "A Bunch of Shamrock An Irish Oulde. and "Springtime '' Sale opens Thursday. ACADEMY OF MUSIC MONDAY, FEB 19. Kusagtmeut of the Eminent Comedian, SOL SMITH RUSSELL A Poor Relation BV EDWIN E K1DDEK. EXCELLENT 181 BPKCIAL SCENERY. PRICES Parlor and orchestra chairs, 11; lat three lows down sUirs and first two rows uu baieoi v. Toe. : remainder ol balcony. 50e : gallery. 25.-. Sale opens Fndav IXKLAWAlii: LACKAWANNA AND U WESTERN RAJ I Hc.U'i Trains leave Scrantun as follows: Express for New York and all p.it,its East. 1 50, ; JO, 6 It, SOU and 0.60 a. B , ..-.. and I SO p, m Express for Eastoiy, IfraatoO, BouacUlpkUl and the South, .115, SAlO and KM a nr. iliij and 3 is p. m Washington and Way station. i40 p BV 'I'oliyhauna ucis.Hiiuwdatlon. ikk) p. iil Exrr ss for Binghaintuu. oawegu. Eluiira. I orniiig, Bath DejteWN, Mount Mortis and Buffalo, 1! 10. 9 1,', a. m. and 1 '34 p. in . making iios connections at Buffalo tu all points iu ilia West Northwest aiul southwest. Buffalo accoiiimodiitioii. U lli a in Hiughamloii and ay elation 1. 13 3,' p m Nicholson and Way eratlona. &.45 p. in. Hinghamton nnd Fdmlra Expresa. OOA p m Express for Cortland. Syracuse. Oswego. 1 tiua and Itlchtleld Springs, 1 15 a in. and .H f in Ithaca. 16 and it tai a, n ami ( aj , m For Northiiuiberlaiid.Pittstnn, Wilkes Bane. Plymouth, UluomsbuiR and Dnnvllle. making close connections at Northumberland for Mlllainsport. Hariisbuig. Baltlmuro, Wash lugton and the South. Northumberland asid luteruisdlate statluiis, 0.00. ..60a in and lJlu aud 0 07 u. m. NantlcoBe and liitcrimstiat.. stations, .00 and 11.01 a in Plymouth and mtei lnevllat -".to n 3.50 and 0.34 p. m. Piillmau parlor and sleeping coaches uu alL express trains For detailed information, pocket tinn tabic etc apidy to M. L SuxiUi, ulty IlljBail llMili BM La. kawaunaavenue, ur depot ticket ufflc NEW YOKK. ONTlVRlOAND WKSTEKN Kallroad. BotaAtoB Division Timetable lu effect Nov IU, 3 Trains Uav Scranton for ( 'arbuudal.t: 0,60, a;J. U 06 a m. 4.50, V 10 p. ui For Hancock Junction and main . loBBSMttOM 1 1 OS a ui . II 10 p. u. Trains leave HancNtok Juiutluii for inaln Una eonnectloii foi Sciantou. i. UO ia.ni , 106 I 8TFINWAY SON I IM Kl ll lUtOTHERR HI ' HKAMt ll HACK ! Ml 1.1 A ll U I Ii PIANOS 3 lie a large stock of first-class ORGANS ItVBlCAL BIKKCIIANUIBR all SIC. I--T4J.. LTU JJATTHEWS BROS. Druggists Week commencing MONDAY. 1KB. 13. WONDERLANDS NEW STOCK DRAMATIC CO. IX TWO 14REAT PLAYS. AND I 'LA l. Fits IN Trains leave Carboudale for Scrantun 7 S, H 46 a.m., 1. lu. S.34. U.1A y m. J. C. ANUEKSON. ill n. ral Pasteugei Agent, New V.u-k l'llTCKoBT, District Passenger Agent, Scrunlou I BURNING and ' LUBRICATING OILS Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Romance and Reality Thursday, Friday and Saturday. OLIVER TWIST ADMISSION, 10 io and 30 CENTS, opera chaiiscaii be reserved, by nnmaer, every af ternoon, from 1 BI to 3 .SO. loi the evening s viitertainment. Pertoimaii. esevery afternoon except Mondays and Thursdays, at .30, and even ovahiogat s 15. Doors openat L3U and 7 30 P II. I?ayD AND WYOMINO VALLEY RAIL L-i Ki IAD Tialn leavu Scrautvu tor New York and iu. teriiirdlatn points e, tbe Erie and Hawlev aii local points ai (5.15, 0 44 a. m and 3.U p u. Tram leaving at S ti a. in and i ii u B are through trains to and rrom BoMBr.al Iralaslaafe roi Wilkei Ban. al 0 10 a. co aud 3 ll p. m. a 1 1 toil. Lead nnd Frenelt Bin I'm e Lluseed 4)11, TurpOutlu aud Yarulslte Keady-uitted Taint lu all colors, Ollder' M tilting. Pari! White aud Kulsomlua, Oil' itrol, Narbl Oust aud W ludow Olatt DON'T FORQET Tut we are hvatliiuarters for everything In the line of W A l I'M KB. If you have any idea uf purchasing auy kind uf a Watch, lady's ur gent's. Oold or Silver, you will make a grlev ous mistake If vuudouot give us a call and get uur prices, which you will find far beluiv all utners, especially lu ait the high grades of Elgin, Waltliam and Hampden inurement. If you have any doubts and are at all puated un prices gH e uaa call and w will bae no trouble incoiivinciug yuu.Watillnavealarg -lock to dispute uf, aud wlU offer you won derful inducements In Jewelry, Silverware, Ciucks and all other goods which we hare la stock C. W. Freeman I'euu Ave. aud Spruce St.