The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, February 27, 1894, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1894.
ONE CENT
A Word.
Wants of all Mud i-vsl that Mitch, WP
rtpt Situations Wanted, which an- inturtrtl
FSKS.
Situations Wanted.
Sf ft atijin vv w ante d hV a" ' d uss
i3 maker to go out by the day. AddresA
. Tribune ofhVo.
OITUATION WANTED BY A PRACTICAL
o iir.-snM.iki r. work either at borne or put
by the day or week. Address. Mi-s Esther
Bennen, ins Rook street, n,iu Park, Bcran
ton.
U 'ANTED siTi'A'i'loN r.v A Hi LIABLE
ngy man. KuuonabL' wages Ad
drees "B" Tribune ofBco,
(SITUATION WANTED H A YOU NO
is ram who is willing t do any kind of
vo:k; age, It'; fuir pennim: can furnish Rood
reference. Address .VI, O. i Post l'Hlci",Scf an
i. u
I1Y A YOLNU MAN IN DRY QOODS OR
IJ grocery itoro, or s rate business a here be
eouldwork'up. Bonis exnerleuOB. good refer.
bob. will work cheep. Address P. o. box ft,
Montrose, Re.
GENERAL NEWS
Of INDUSTRIES
Manufacturers of Steel Casting Have M
Yet Foriu.'d a Pool.
BUT THEY'RE THINKING ABOUT IT
The Entire Affair Is Now In the Hands
of Committee Which M.iy Make
its RtpOri at Any Day 'Increasing
Shipments ot Oonnallavllla Coke
Are Reported Some New Railway
Activities and Conjectures Miscel
laneous Jottings of an Industrial
Character.
Help Wanted Male.
Ur ANTED BTEKOGH vi lli R AND
typewriter. Balary email. Apply 11. D.
Rookateller, Mystic Bwlng. 618 Penn venue
Y
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Too report tlnit all the manutiotnr
era of steel castings in tha country
with cue exception had formed u pool
er Combination together is souiswhat
premature, m the pun i still under
consideration, Sum time nuo mine
of the steel mannftictnrori i,f
-; ii decided to make in effort
to fenu eneh a continuation for the pur
pose ol putting an eail to rate cutting
and th tt prioM should bo maintained
upon what they claim should be a ptY
l08 basil. invitations war tent out
to maonfaotartri in diffaraat parti of
the country to attend u matting at
which planl for the combination
would be submitted and di
ennad. The meeting was bald to
Pbiladatphia a month ago and with tha
exception of the ntldvale steel works
of Pbiladatphia, it la said that every
considerable manufacturer of steel was
riDreiiutexl The Philadelphia origin
aters of the combination idea itro-
lented their plju for a pool bu'. some of
its clauses illl not meet with the Hp
proval of the manufacturers from other
i l..u K.v ! cities and there was a geueral ilisjus
oi9 lion over the scheme, and tiuslly a
:. - .viiiinttty was iinii.-iintsd to draft a
plan for a combinstiou. Frederick
Humbert, of the N'orristown Steel
work', is chairman of the committee,
snd tne committee has not yet pre
sented iti plan and it could not be
learned wheu another meeting of the
mannfaotareri will be iitll at which
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wue. a re ilesirai'le . m -fs ana ' luw irx.x wi iua t jiuiuuvsca luwia
will be presented.
Agents Wanted.
AXTKiY Lxi'VliuiNCED ' l.ll": IN
rnranoe solioltor, Good position to right j
WO UickOOn avenue
ANTED MAN rtlTH LIFE AND FIRE I
iiisuranx-c experience as so'l.-itoi' tit I
Lackawanna County; good InduoemenM to
nxht man Address US-M Hiti building,
1'hiladelphia. 1'a.
ANTED IK S AND UlKLS WHO
wisn to make monev wheu out ot
sibiail; seud nurue ar.d we will ti'U you how;
i,o uionev wanted. P BTAYNRR Prorideaee
R. I I
U 'ANTED TWOYOUSQ UER OF GOOD
uddreMi to eail on bnilnses houses. ,
Steady eiupiovmetit for gtxl men. Apply
NATIONAli CLEAN TOWEL COMPANY.
Arcade buddiu.
FINANCIAL ANU COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Bouds.
New YniiK.reb. -Jil. Wall strrot rsview.
Speculation at the Stock tXOkang WSJ
(iuet. Sales of stock were oulT lj0,95l
hhare;', ol which 111,190 wan American
Suiar, SCSOO VThilky, 15,400 Bt Paul and
18,900 Chicago Has. Tim next stock iu
point ot activity was Western I'uion, of
which a800ihana ihasged baud'. At tha
start the market was weak and fever
ish, owing to the heavy aelliug of
American Bagar. Lust week this
stock was up on the belief that the
company would be nllowed a small
protection. Tiday Iri-a cuntldence was
fait m i ins theory and rasliaatloot were in
order. Bngst declined Irom M to 70,
laid from -7V to 'i' pre.'eried front ?lli
to 7u'i and Cordage from ISM ton1,
General Eleotria and Uhloago Uaa loit N
and K per cent. respectively in syinp.it by.
Whiskey was relatively itfoogar thuu the
other Indnatrlali aud rose l to 15, sub
lequintly there svas a decline to "il 'n aud
- i ,. ihe railway listwni Brajar under
the leadership of St. Paul This stook m .v
ad Opto BTJf, Jthe stirs from London
account hiring had mi riled. An effort
w as made to dentaai the rnarket u talk of
demoralil Itlon m the trunk line pool. The
fact tbit the stocks command a fair pro.
minm tor Ml and the inability of the pro
fessionals to dislodge, holding nccounta for
their nervousness. The closing wns firm
with the railway stocks anywhere from )i,
to percent higher for the day. The in
dustrials scored losIM of i for Sugar
. ommon ami 1 for lead coiuuuu.
The (olloWlnV complete taliln shuwiun the
ilay's BaotuatlODI 111 satlTe stouks Is suppllml
and rerUed dally by LailUr A Fuller, stock
tuokers. l.t , .i. .,: avenue:
Open- Utah'
Inc. est.
... mi -;.j
nmmw
tor Kent.
I i .. BEN f - BTOBK Kooll
l wanna avenue Irom Apiii i
i d second r1ir well adapted
ko'-iaekeeptus Also bouse Isuo tapoose avs
hue with all mo.ieru unprovemenis, beautP
fully prepared. F S PAl'LI,
IJit Sanderson avenue.
l-ott BINT STORE. 5 I LACKAWANNA
r avenue, by Apr I. I. Emiuiro ol Ueary
Prey, t-i Lacfcawaaaa awuue or at the
rreuiises.
1 'OK KENT - IN BURR BfJlLDINO WASH.
X iutou sv
e.sts. Beat very reasonable tto desirable par
ties cau he Men bv applying to janitor iu
building. For teias apply to CHARLES A.
BVKK. ill North iu:n avenue.
foK KENT THREE BOOMS. FRONT ON
1 seeo;il floor, over N A Holbert'l music
store. 117 V yomiu,
quire iu the st re.
areaoe, from April 1. Iu-
l'OK KENT rWO-STOBY BKl'.'K DWEL
JT ling bouse; mislern improvemeuts. 313
Forest court. Apply to MAI RICE COLUN s.
svent. West Lackawanna avenue.
1
LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
Part or all of three hunJred feet of vard
room along rar o:ul Apply at -lb Fraukiia
V' nue.
h'O RENT STOKE iaHU OR FCF.NISHED
l ball on Green Ridge street
Bh location and on reasonable
t. F. E. NKTTLETON or C.
Republican building
Wry deaira-
iern,s. Appl
WOUDK
For Sale.
V 'R SALE - 12-ACRS
I and utensils. J. M.
farm, srcic
SHEFFIELD. iA
Monroe ave
"L'OR SALE I.' R EXCHANGE FOR SCRAN
iv ton propurty A bearing orange urova
increasing in production and value yearly in
the oranire section in Morida. Addres F. E.
NETTLETON. Lake Helen. Fiorioa
Lost.
-A HILL BOOK rONTAIXINi
fieirfh: ijili- anil f-w i'de.ks and cash, cm
Penn avenue a: the crner of l.imlen stiest.
Floder will be lilierally rewarded hy leaving
it at 510 Wyoming a1, enueyr D L. & W.
freight .fflce.,r S. BALDEMAN.
I 1 BT-J
la frelgl
Money to Loan.
To LOAN IIO.ijul. $a.r. J5.ijo.
t-lW. ri.ii) and $1,i'i; ..u first
mortgages. D Vv iv.OW N Att rney.
,Vs Spruce str.'et, Scranton.
A IcXF.Y
- 1 Rissi
Specia Notices.
P ARTY' 'WIT H''BL"slNFrsrt''EDl"CATl')N
and eiperlence has from :J 0 J tr, J.iiii
to invest with services in business. Address
room W, Common wealth buildimr.
ScaARTOa. Frfb. ill, USUI.
rl'HE 'XXL'AI. MEETING OF THE
1 -tick-holder of tn- Laccawamt Iron
ar.d Steel company for the election of di
rectors and transaction of such other business
as may properly cot. ) before th j me.jtin
will be held at the office ofine company in
the cltv of Scranton, Pennsylvania, on Wed
nesday. March 7. 1104. at 2 s'etonh p. m.
The polls ail! remain opei for one hour. The
transfer books will bi closed oil Feb. 21. UH,
and ra-open on Marrh s sl
J. P. jnOGlHSOW. Secretary,
1JLANK BOOKS PAMPHI.KTfli MA(a'
l lines, etc.. bound or re), md at Thk
Taiauaa offloe.
prices.
qiulok work. Resionable
EAL TICKETS CAN HE BAD A T Hi.
corner Spruce street snd Franklin ave
Twenty meal tickets for f&ju. Good
nne
table board
Res Estate.
J.'OR MALE SINGLE H0C8X, MB QUINOY
sveriue; very desirable location. Anplr
ft F. REYN'oLOS,
ft KN APP.
or WILLAKU
t.i,.vi will bi;y MoiiF.t::;
tp l.ouse, all Improvements;
M.W S-RfKlM
; t ries easv: cor
ner Madison avenne snd Llelsware street. Ap
p.y iakk i.r.r.n
1.400 WILL liL'Y VERY DKBIRABLE lot
orner Madison avenue and Lielawari
street. Terms easy. Apply
HARRY LEsa
Coke production, according to the
Philadelphia. Timea, ihowsd a net gain
ol 4 830 ov) last week over the onttiut
oi the previous week Tne shipments
held their own, iucreniiag thirty-one
! car-'. Western and Pittsburg ship
ments ikow a giin of more than 100
cars each, tut the eastern shipments
j fell off lamentably. Somi coke was
stocked, but the amount was small,
I'i round numbers 550 ovens were ad l
ed to too active lilt of the regiou. By
ibe latter port of March it ii axpeotafl
that fully two thirds of the ovens in
the region will be producing cok-.
i With such b spurt as this the price of
coke will probably advance, but bar tly
enough to sffsct wages Cok) would
I have to advanc 115 ciots per ton to
benefit the Workmen. In all tinea of
1 the coke trade there is an enormous
.uaouat of business under rastraint.
Consumers are buying iu a huad-to
month fashion an 1 boldine back big
i orden at contract pricis. The demand
I for railroad iron, which is expected
j soon, is alio looked forward to by the
j coke men as a benefit to their trade.
Jast now the markets of tha southern
coke operators are ths prey of the Con-
neLtv.llo pro lucers.
Listsnnnnar a party of Penniyl'
vani x railroid engineers surveyed the
we9tside of the Monongahela river bo
tween Brownsville Pa,, and Morgan -town,
W. Va. This was taken a an
indication hat tne company intended
extending the Pittsburg, Virginia an I
(inarleston railroad between tbspolnti
named, but whether this theory ws
right ll not known, as the pmic came
ami operations in that quarter were
teinprrily suspsndel, List week,
however, the olHciali of tho Pittsb.irg,
V.rgitiia an 1 Charleston orlerel th i
Thompson Distilling company, whos'
works are located it few miles above
Brownsville, to vacate its in. 11 It
stands direct y on thi line lurveyad
last summer, and the order to v ie ite n
now taken ae an indication th it w irk
on the extentnn is to be begun etriy
this spring. The new line Will it is
Mid, open up valuable cost, on and
timber lands, ami there areanumbsr
of town on both si les of tha river be
twsen the two points wuich Would aho
contribute considerable new buiins
Brsdstroot'l analysii of tin effect of
the panic of HOI on the banks of the
conntry points oat that OBOOBl of three
of all those nompalled to suspend rs
sumeil prior to Jan 1 las' , that two
out of three national banks suspending
hud resumed, but only one out of IbfOs
suspended state bank", and less than
one out of every five privat) banking
institutions, resumsd business by Jan.
l, 18M
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is often a sufferer
(ran headache. The
i ut of kick headache is
nut in the brain, tor if
i on ragolata the atom
nob nud iKiwels you'll
.cure It Dm union
L brain work ami bram-
Itirii bruiK" on a nu n
nf litis nl to the In',, I
with beudueho, dliat
ii" i or uotjo lilcou.
Miss BBSma Wm.rr..
ot Dovton, Oattonnjooi
Co., N. Y.. writes i "I
suffered from loss of
upiN'llte, iiinstlpiitloii,
nemalglu, and great
weakness, and bid ter
rible attacks of sick
beadaone very fre
quently! also nose
bleed. My health wun
so poor Unit I was
not able to go to school
lor tWO years. 1 took
llr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets and 'Ooldeii
M..,1l..l ni.,i,ivi.ri- 1 ,1
m ii short Ume I wiih strong and well. Many
friends are taking your uiidlcluiu, iectug
what they huyo done fur inc."
BUSINESS AND
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Si'kamom, Feb :';. -Ttie foUpwIUI quota
tloai are supplied aua c .rrected daily by La
Bar ft Fuller, stock : .-r..!.. Wyoiniug avenue.
WHEAT.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
-losing
CORN.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Cioeing
OATS.
Opening
Highest
Lowest
Closing ,
PORK,
opuniug
Highest
LOW' St
Closing
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avenue, cornet- Siuo-e
PHYSU IANS ami st RGKONS,
11 I'I. DKAN. 1 1 thuKrv. Nina
Tin oat ami Ear. Uil l-lMino ttreet, opuo
i-itu court hoiimi.
Ml Waslnuatou
street, over
Itfsldunce, 'ti Vine st.
i to lg a. m. and ' i aud
.Ik) p. iu 1 uiidav, to ;l p. in.
W. tt ALLEN. Offlee cor. Lacks.
wai.na luid W latiiiietoii nves .: over i.uon
Hi d shoo store; oflioo hours, 10 to if a. iil aud
Uto 4 p. m ; evenings at residence, 5ISIN,
Wasliliigton ave.
DR. c. l. TREY, Practlos limited to in,
esses of the Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat;
A FEW 1 1 1 NTS FROM OUR
Dress Goods aDepartirLent:
Novelties and Fancies in I wide, 50c. per yard. Worth I Five pieces Bedford Cord,
great profusion daily ap-double. forty-eight inches wide.made
nviilgs We arc showing a preatlto sell at $1.75 per yard. Ou
The Crow's Foot and Shep bargain in iluddersfield price now, G5c. This is a
herd Check; are new and Bietres. ,12 inches wide, at orrint hareratn
IP M . .1 r 11 1
10c. iNever ueiore sola un
der $1.
SOME BLACK GOODS
SPECIALS.
decidedly
See them
Our stock now
remarkahU
meet with
Ten piece
pretty and neat.
present:; a
offering that will
1 very ready sale:
Scotch Heather
Mixed Cheviots, 54 inches
Our line of ENGLISH
SERGES, 54 inches wide, is,
without doubt, the greatest
value ever shown in Spr-an.
Several pieces of Merino ton. Three grades, $1.00
Guipure, formerly sold at $1, !$1. 2'2 and $1.25. These
now 50c. mustbeseentobeappreciated
i raiicUe s drug slm
Ofllce hours: 111.
t) M to 1
l)"w
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
0pp. Court House.
ufiicu, UH Wyoming ar
iirees.
ltusideiica, US Vine
H LSI
OATES, Ui Wauhingtou Aveuui.
hours. H to 'J a 111 . UK) to U and .
to Ii p.m.
IOHN L WKNTiS, M I). OUoes 51 and i
'I I'ommonivealtli building; rssideUOS 711
Madisonarei onlce hours 1J tu li, I to 1, 7 to
C; Sumlayn 2 !W to 4, evenings at Ifmdanoa A
specialty mad of iIus-shcx of tho eye, ear, uusa
ami throat and gyuncologi .
Ml BRAY. SDeclaltf made on ills-
In.au w
IV
Olllc
. ti 1).
eases o!
hours:
evo and akl
I'ntll hla in itc
yommg Ave
4 and 7 to S p in.
VK1 RBINABV SUUtiKOllS
STUUUE, Veterinary Surguon. Dan
1.. tistry a specialty: gold medalist of On
tario veterinary (,'ollei
livery, .OU Di.t st.. near
Telephone No. 41:1
giv Oltlca. Summer I
Keller s Carrlsgo shop
I.AM l.li
I M C RANCH S laiw and Collection of.
I . Hco, No 817 Spruce St., opposite Forest
BoUia, Bcrantoii, l a.; collections a i-peetalty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable Correspond
ents in every county.
IKSSLrsft iiA.iu, Attoruoyi ami Counsel.
tJ ioin i.t Law, Coiumouvi ealth building,
Washington avu. W. H. jKasi f.
HonAOl II Hand.
W II Jaaiup. in
UriLLARD. WARREN ft KNAPP, Attar
neys and Counselors at Law . Republican
bulldlaa, WashingtoD ave. Bcrauton. Pa.
1)ATTEBSOM ft WILCOX, Attorneys anil
Counsellors at Law; offices o uud 3 Library
build.ng, Bci anion, Pa
n Of WILL ll rATTiiisoH.
w i i.i.i wi a. wiMa
LFRKOHAND. WILLIAM. I HANI), At-
tornera and Oounsellors. Commonwealth
buililin r. Honms ill. .'o and 'Jl.
IIKNHV M SF.KLV Law offices In Prli
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL KAILKOAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUC.HANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal nan I SZCluslvely, Insuring
oleanliaeai and i otnfert
TIMS TAniiCtl Kilter rgR. I, I 'M
Trains leare Seranton for Pittaton, Wtlkes-
Barre, ute , at n.iu, 11,15 11 m ,,. ,.. ig.SH - ''.
M0, 5.011, IT; 11.(16 p iu. Sundays.! a. ui ,
L00,g.(O, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic l ity, H IU a. 111.
For New York, Newark and Elisabeth, 8,10
feiuress) a. in., :) (sxproes with Huifet
parlor car). S !lO (ispraai) p, m. Sunday, S.O0
p. in.
Foil MAUI 11 CRUMB, ALI-IKTOWH, BaTBLa-
unit, EAiroa and Philaiielphia, s io a. in .
12.U0, a.;w. '..mi (exoept PbUadalphlel p. m.
Bundav, 21m n, m,
For Loan HiUN. 11, 1 11 CAM QBOVI, etc., at
MO a. iu . Iil . XI p d,
For Ueading, Lebanon and Hal l isburg. via
AUentown, MUa. 111., 1&8U, 5.00. p.m. Sunday,
II (10 p. in.
For I'uttsvillc. Mil a 111 , ).' W p m.
Returning, leave New Fork, loot o' Liberty
street, North river, at 1.10 fespreai) a m.,
I. lo, 1,30, 4.:n Cexpresi with Buffet tairior car;
p. m. Hi.ndav, 4.1"! a. m.
Leave Philadelphia. Heading Terminal S.00
II. 111 , 2.00 and 4 31 p. ro. Sunday. Ii 27 a. m.
Through tlokets to all podnte a I lowest rates
may bo hasl on aimiica'.lon in ad , are to tha
I ticket agent at ibi station.
II V HAI.UW1.V,
ticn Pan. Aipi nt.
I. a OLHAtTSEN,
Pen, supt.
N A AND
rVBLAWARE, LACJCAWA1
D V KKTKK H KAILKOAD
Trains leave Sofaatbn as follov.'s: Kipress
for New York and all pooits Lust, 1.59, 2.W,
u IS, - ')i and I Hi a. m ; RSI and :i v p, 111.
lapreM tor Eaaton. Trenton, Plil.leJpbia
and the South, (.15, S fl and D .'I a. m. 12.55
and S.B0 p 111.
Washington nud way stations, 2.40 p m.
Tobybanna locpmnioaatioo, 11 10 p. m.
Expi h- for fslughamton. Oswego, Eiudra.
Corning, Bath. paairUle, Mount Korrli ano
Buff alo. 13 II). 2 1", a m. and I 24 p. in., magna
close 1 onnaetlooi at Buffalo to aupoiati la ibe
West. Northwest and Souihwcal.
Buffiio loeommodation. u tn a. m.
Uiiighaintou and way stations, L 57 p. in.
Nii uolsou and war stations, p. m.
Blughaintoii slid Elmtra Kxpress, 1 00 p, 111.
Express for Cortland, Syn. use. Oswugo.
L'tlca and Blebfllld Springs, :.l'j a in. and UN
p. m.
I JIM., u. Oil and I'.n) a. m. and 1 24 p. ni.
For Northumberland. PutsKih, Wukes barre.
Plymouth, Bioomsburg and DlOTllle. making
I close connections at Northumberland for
linamspoi't. Harrishurg, Baltimore, Wash
ington and the South.
NoilhumbirUnd and intermediate nations,
1 00, y r) a m. and IJU and 407 p, m.
Nantiooki and Intermediate itattoia I Oo
and ILL"! a 1:. Plymouth and intermediate
Stations U Viand 5M p. in.
I'ulliiiau parlor and sleeping coaches 011 all
elp-e.s trains.
For detailed iiiformat:on, pocket tlma tables,
etc , apply to M. L Smith, city ticket ottke,
,i LaefawaannaTanne, or depot ticket office.
READ
The new offer
made to Tribune
readers on page 7.
It is the best
one yet made
public.
V
17IUL AND
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building, LSI Washington avenue.
I 'BANK T OKfcLL,
I .'1. Coal Bxohaage
Attorney at Law.
Scranton. Pa.
Koo:u
Ecranton Wholesale Markets
SrRAHToa, Feb. M Fruits a.tn Pro
sccauried apples, per lb., a7e.: STao
orated apples, lOallu. per lb.; Torklsh 1
Jirunes, 4nos. ;Knglish cur rants, 2 it' a. .",4 a.;
yer lalslni, S1.7. I.m; mnscatels, tl..:'ia
t.OO per box; new Valencies, Mb
per lb.
Bbaro Harrow-fats, 2JOa'2.oo per
bushel; mediums. SI.70al.faU
)'iA8 Oreen, $1.25al.;:'i per bnsbeljspllt,
Sk.50a2.6T); lentela, 8al0c. por poind.
PoTAloxa fiafi!c. per bushel.
Oxioxa- 60a70c. per bushel.
BDTTaR h -'.'- per lb.
( BKIIB lOal.Tc. per lb.
Eona Fresh.lSJal'Ji; pickled, Ual5c;
coolers. 12al3c.
Poultry Chickens, dressed, lltal2Jc. :
turkeys, 12allic.
MaATB nains. lltfe.; large. 10fo.
skinned hams, 10c; California hams,
8?io.; shoulders, k-: dry salted hollies,
i)c: smoked breakfast bacon. llc.;
fresh pork loins, 0sjC.; "Wyoming" porx
sausage, lie, Wyoming home i.m !-..-)',
H pou ml pail, larded. He; butcb
e' sausage, 8)c., our own make; freah
porlt ihoulders, fc; fresh pigs' feet.
Sc.: fresh pigs' beads, Ac; fresh Hpara
ribs. Be.) fresh leaf lard, tic: fresh
kidneys, sc. dor.; tuagh snusaga
meat, 8a.: tongue, bo.; plucks, .Ic.ea'JU;
wiiolo hogs, 7 v
PORK Mesa at SIT; short cut, (IS.
Lakd Leaf In Uenes at Sc; In tubs,
i'Sc, in 10-pound pails, loo, I m : pound
pails, 10c.; S-pouud palls. lOJi. per
pound.
bExr Choice sugar cured, smolted beef,
14c
Floub Minnesota patent, per barrsl.
S4.4lia4.00; Ohio aud Indiana amber, at
ta.75; Uraham at SS.50; rye hour, at
(8.2b.
Buckwheat Floub (2.85 per cwt.
Fkkd Mixed, per cwt., at SI .00.
Grair Rye, 05c. ; corn, 4k to 52s.; oats,
SlaLlc. per bushel.
If TB Straw Per ton. Sisal.
UaT-Per ton. Slrtais
s
Tbekk is nothing like Dr. Thomas'
Cclectric Oil tu quica-lr euro a cold ur re
lieve hoarseness. Written by Mri. M. J.
Fellows, Burr Oak, dt. Joieph Co., Mich.
Th) N'ew York, BaaqOlbSOOS and
VVestern railroad bn let tin contract
for o'H) coal cars. $),Q63 pOOOls 00pa
city, MO to the Bloouuiborg Car com
pany, of lilooinsluir. and 101 to Mur
ray, Dougal & Co., of Mil ton. The
cars are to be delivered by dime. Tua
. .-is of Oon Hroi 6c Co., for the
Delaware, Susquehanna and Schuylkill
engine! has been awarded to tbl Bald
win Locotnoliro WOtlS, Tuo order is
for ten heavy fteiglit onsluei.
MiNdit Ixoostmal Notes:
Stack No. ') of thn Thomss Irou com-
pauy a' llokeiidau'imi has been put into
blast. 1 ills maaes four stacks 111 op ira
tlon thuiu.
Aliout 1,800 Illinois win 01 given work
by the resnmption nt the Aurora inion on
the Oogebic Ilangc.
I.sat . was the Brit week in months
that the Heading collieries madu a full
week.
a now inw of Mimaobttiotti iappgos a
lino of from (10 to (I0i on consumers of
bituinlnoiiH con) in towns that do not con
sume tbren-toortbj of their smoke.
West Virginia bus 10.000 square miles of
coil Held', an area greater than the coal
regions of Ureal Britain, and produces an
nually 5, (Kit), 000 tons.
An advocate of electrical cooking claims
that of every 100 tons of coal used In a
cooking stove 00 tons go to waste.
The United Stntes has produced two
thirds ot the cotton cousumod by the world
iu the last nixty-sevou yours.
In order tu protect an invention all over
the world ilxty-four patents are required,
11 1 11 cost of about 117,500.
Kdison claims to tuwo iu bis laboratory
every substance, orguuio or inorganic, in
tbo world.
Pennsylvania bus a greater railroad
trackage per squure mile thitu (leruiauy,
I'riiucn or Holland.
Industrial tendencies last week followed
thosa lndii uted in preceding weeks, oigbt
resumptions of manufacturing establish
ments being reportod to oiie shut down.
Tbl lucent advance iu iron ami steel
pricte, uased on a more active demand for
thoso metals, has evidently been too rapid,
and not only demand, but recently ad
vanced prices have gone off, steel billets
reacting from (10 to (13.50, with Bessemer
pig iron shaded.
Nw York Produce Maikst.
Nxw York. Feb. 88. Flour Very
quiet and ea-ier. Winter wheat Low
K'radea, S3.00a2.45; do. fair to fancy, (8 45a
2.75; do., patents. Sj8.85a8.S0j Minnesota
clear, t8.oma.Wt do., straights, (8.x5a8.60;
do., patents, S8.75a4.80) low extras, S2.u5a
8,45; city mills, 05; do., pataata, 84. to
1,115; rye mlxtum, Sj8.60iji.90; inparflno,
tl ,75a i.10; tine, (1.75al.0C
Wheat -Fairly active, lower With op
tions closing steady. No. 8 red stora ami
elevator, QOjfe.; afloat, O8W0.; f. o. b., t',2a
08c.; uugraded red, BSa88a, No 1 north
ern, 0sa0s)i'i'. : options opened weak at ;.u
l;ac. decline, on easy cables, increase on
passage, foreign settling, weak west nud
local liquidation, rallied vi(c on de
crease 111 stock) and visible, tell IsjsX-c 0:1
Weaker oables, advanced j;c. on covering,
closed firm at Kallo. Ondet Batnrdsyi
trading fairly active; Mny and July most
active; February closing OOVc. : March.
wijjjc; Kay, 08ho,i July, 05hc. August,
66)40.; Beptoabvr, 6TMo,; December, 71c,
CORK Dull, eiibier; No. 2, 41Hc; eleva
tor; 42c, afloat; ongrndea mixed, r.c;
No. 2 white, 45c.: options wero tnoder-
ktely active, weak, Va'a;4c lower on in
creased visible, weaker entiles and local
realizing, May ami duly most active;
February. Closing, lljsji'.; .March, 4lic:
Mar. 42c: July, 42 ,c.
OATS Hiili. easier; February, SO .;
March, H,c.; May, S3:,c.; No. 2 wh 10
March closing, 00J4o.; spot prices, No. 2,
ill !4al',s .; No, 2 white. H8hfal0al No. '4
UhicagO, I",".; No. 8, 87c, No. 8 white,
Vtyfd mixed western, BuSDJC.; white
do , BBaOlO.) white state, S0a42f.
BiiF lunciive, steady; family, (I8i14
ex I I'll mess, (HaH fiO.
IlKi.r Hams-DiiII at 116.50.
TlSROin BlIF- iVuiet, steady; city extra
India mess, IB81.
cut ItsUTS Qnlal, stosdyi pirkied bei.
lies, 12 pounds, nt 7 .',(. : pickled shouliUrs,
iiic ; pickled hums, U.c; middles, 110111
InaL Laiih uUt. lower: western steam
closed at ti' BUaT.M, nominal, saloi none;
i Ity. 7Lf0.l sales HO liercei; February closed
(7 so, uomlunl; March closed (7.00, in no
nal: May closed 87,45, nominal: roflnod,
dull, lower, continent, (8.25; South Amur
lea, (8.05; compound, 0,Stfl)tJc.
I'oliK - Fair demand; sales, 400 barrel;
mess, 18.80nl I 00,
BOITSn Muiut, weaker; stile dairy
new, ISoStO, ; do. old, 14alUc. ; creamery,
now, 880.I Peiinaylvanla do., 16c;
western dairy iaal7c. do creamery 11a
860.I do. fnctory, llalOc; rolls, HalOc;
nlglns, 20c; linitaiinn crramery, HaHIc ;
ho d crnamrrp, IBaSOO,
CUBSSS Moderate dotMOfl, linn; state
large, BallHC.; fancy, llWallMC.: do,,
smal', 10nl2ic, ; pan skim, SalOc; full
skims, 1 4n2 .
F.oos Fair ileumnd, llrmer; Ico house
iir case an wiaii.uil: western fresh, 11'Hc;
lined, lii southern, iHa'lOc ; duck,
80a88s.
rALLOn Steady, dull; city i(2 per pack
age), naoe,; countiy 1 package rreei, 5ka
5Kc is to quulity.
- -
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
PlILADXtraiA, Feb. 20 Tallow wns
dull and unchanged. Pricuswere. Prime
city, In liogslieails, 4tiil;ic.: prime coun
try, in nogviieniiH, 4j4c. ; do. dark, In hogs
heads, 4)c. ; enkes, 5c.; grease, 4V, c.
.
Cusno from Canada "I'msbyterinn."
under slgnnturo of Q Hlackutt Kobln-on,
Prop'r: I v.-ai cured of oft-riicurrltig
bilious headaches by llitrdock Blood
Bitters.
MILTON W. I.OWKV, , Ait ys. 227 Washing
O, H. YON STOROH, f ton av.. C. H sqaaro
AaJESW. OAKKORD, Attorney at Law.
I ri. :" t'H. (M and S.V ( 'omiiioiiwesltll b'l'g
QAUUEL w. LDiiaK. Attorney at Law.
i' Ofllce, Sll Sorueest . Scranton. la.
A WATHF.S. Attorney at Law. 4:.'J
Lackawaona aua,. Scranton. Pa
P, SMITH, Coansellor
rooms 54. U, !M Common
It PITCHER. Attorney at Lav.
inoiiwea'tli biiiiiilng. Scranton. 1 a
1 o.MKOYS fi Snrueaai
at Law. otli'-e.
vealth butldlnr
torn-
l B REPLOOLE, Attorney Loom neuo-
l ' 9 tiated oil l e.il eht it" se
untv ins Hprucn.
K1LLAM, Attorn-v at i-aw, l.o v y-
oiniiig avenue, Scranton.
AVE YOL'K DLKlis iND MORTOAOE8
written a:ul riekuowiedged bv .1 W.
BROWNING, Attorney and Notary Public, M
1 oliiliioiiwealtll IS 11 1 1,1 in s.
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I EBIOS VALLEY KAILKOAD
1 ' FBI 11. 1801
Train leaves Scranton lor Philadelphia and 1
New York via. 1) A- 11 R B at H a.m. 12.10,
2.88 and 11.65 p. m viaD.L. AW. K. K. duo,
8.08, 11.10 a. m, and 1.80 p, m.
Leave Scranton for PtttstOU and Wilkes
Barra via D., L A- w. B, it . 0.09, su, II 21
a. 111 . 1.80, 8(0, 11 07. 0 8S 111.
Lears Scranton for White Haven. Hazletun.
I'ottsvlllu and all points on the Beaver 1
Metidow and Pott-viilo biauchea, tut ll St W
V . 11 Din. in .vali 11. It R. at a am. IJ.lo. !
4 16 p.m . via i) . L A W, K. K , c ull, p.08,
ll Ai a in., 1.60, &80 p.m
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Eaaton,
Heading, Rarrisburg and nil intermediate
points via D A 11 K. H . a a ut 12 10. 2 .is l.gj
j p.m., via U , I.. A w. It. K..nd0..s.os. 11. 2U 11. 111 .
1.80 p.m.
I.eavo Scranton forTunkhaun 1 -k. Towa 1 1 1,
I Elmtra, Ithaca. Grans va and all intermediit
I points via D. A- II K.R.,0.07 a in. 12 10 and 11 SJ
o. m. viio u. in it rt., B.uj a in.. i.:) p in
Leave Seranton for Rochester, Buffalo. Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Clu-ago ami all point,
we it vial) AH. R. K. 807 ..m,.12 leu 1, 11 8'
p.m. via D. L. A w. it. IL and Ptttston
Junction, s us a in.. 1.J0 9 ,S p. m , v.a K W.
n B..8.JI p. m.
For Elmlra and til ' West via SalsiiMi.o :. vl 1
IX a H K R K07a,m., II0,( 15 p. m., via D
L m W K It., .siis a 111.. 1 Id and 0.07 n m.
Pullman pa: lor slid sleeping or L. V. chair
oars on all trains bitween L ik B Junction or
Wilkes Barn- and New York. Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Srspenion Bridge.
KOI. LIN 11 WILBUR, Hen Sun:. Fsst Die
CHAS s. I. ".I. 'I'll Past. Ag't, Phiia.Pi
A W NONNEXACkf ERAss't Osn Pass Ag't,
South Bet hh hem. Pa.
BCIIOOL
Tin: Lackawanna, s.ran
hiidrua
CCHOi IL 0
t ton, Pa , nronara boyi and girls for coil sen
or business- thoroughly trains young
Catalogue at reqaest
lli v TnONAI M CANS.
w iltbn h Bum 1.
Miss W0RCE8TK
and School. 412
I l isl
January '
s K1NDBROARTRN
AiIumis RVinas I'uniii
all tluios. Next term will open
Wd
c
c LAUBACH,
Wyoniina ave
U. BTHATTON,
III M ls s
Surgeon Dentist, No, llj
ifflce c,,hI Rxebanae
LO Nfl
riaHB REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso
1 1 iatloii will lii'in vou 111 uiey on easier (rms
and py yon batter on Investment than any
other association Call on S. N. CAI.Li.N
IillR, Dime Hank building
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WESTMINSTER, 217-211 Wyoming
Looms healed wlfh stesm: all mod
ei 11 linirovoineiita C M '1'iii'MAN. Prop
Zll.ill.LK S HOTEL, -27 Lackawanna ave
nue, fti-raiilou. Kates nv.soiiable.
P fclBOLBR, Proprietor
WISTallNSTEB HOTEL
W. O. SCHKNCK. Maimger
Sliteenth street, one blork east of lliotdway.
at I'nloii Siiuare, New Y'oik.
American plan. 8fl 00 per dav and upward
4 OYNB HOUSE, Kuropean
V riHima liimn day and
plied with the best
P It coy nt. Proprietor
DI-LAWARF. AND lil'l)
SON RAILROAD.
Comnieui ing .Mav 21'. IsiC.
trains will run as fouowii
Trains leave Budge street
st ii on Scranton, for Pitts-
t .li Will."-. Iliil r ..... V ,1
99
1.25. 2.88, 4 18 6,15, 815, Mi
;,! .l 11 i p m
For New York- and Phils
delnbts, s Kin. in . iv lo. .
2..s. 4 hi ami 11,39 p. m
For Ilonei-diile ' irom Delaware. Lnckawauni
md western depot 1, 7 ID, 885, 10 lo a.m., 18.00
111 i 17. 5.10 p. 111.
For Carbondale and Interraediata stations.
5. in, 700, 8S0, 1810a, m . 1800m .2 17. 8.85,510,
0 20indlSJp.ro.! from Bridge Street Depot,
803 a. m., i.wand ll .5 p. in.
Fast express to Albany, Si.rato,a. Hi" Adi
11 ndaek Mountain-. Bosb 11 Slid Ni 4V F.nglaud
points. 5. Hi a m , arrivin: at Albany 1245
earaloga 8.80 p. id., and leaving Scranton at8
p 111 . arriving ll Allium St 8,50 p BV, Sara
toga. 12 5S a m , and B hton. i 00 a. m
The only direct route between the coal fleldi
anil Bolton, "The Leading Tourists' Root!
01 America1' lo the Adtrsmdaok Mountain 10-
ot t. Lakes Oeorgs and Charoplalu, Montreal,
etc.
Time taliliv showing local and through tinin
arvlci between stationa ou ail divisions ivi.i
waie and Hudson Ryatom, may 1'" obtalnofl at
all Delaware and Kudson ticket offices.
11 0, Yol'Nli. J. W Hi' HOICK,
Becond Vice President. (leu. Pass. Agt.
WYOMIN YALI.HY HAH..
LOAD
Tiaiul live Scranton .'or N'ew York and in
Immediate points on the Erie ;ailro(.d at uK
a. m. and 8.24 p m, A1n for Hawley and
local points at 885, 846 and '124 pm.
Trai : leaving at H 45 a. m. and J 21 ; in.
are through trains 10 and Iiom Honeslale.
Trains leave lor Wiikee-Barre st S.40 a, m. uud
a 11 p. m.
Furniture
Prices in
February
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TUESDAY. FEB. 27.
A Y. PEARSON .AMERICAN SPORTING
THK DISTEICT FAIR
By Edwin Barbour, author of "The
Land of thl Jliduight Sun '
ORBAT HURDLE RACE.
The horses jumping the hurdlss tu full view
of the audienee
Special Scenic aid M.'chanical Effects.
bale vpvht Saturday.
ACsDEMY OF MUSIC.
Wed. and Thu.-sJay. Feb. 26 and Mar. I .
Walter Sauioru's suja.-rb pr.iduc::on of the
THE STRUGC-Le'of LIFE
VERY rersou who hr.s had much
eiperience in furniture buying
knows that between S'.aoons is a great
bargain time of nil the year.
Owing to tho freshness of our itock
throughout, which ouly dates ns far ai '
'98, wo haro no nudosimblo gools to
dispose of, lut we have a few oddi
in
PARLOR SUITS
BROKEN SUITS
ODD PIECES, ETC.
Which Will bi sold nwuy below manu
facturers' cost to tbo.ie who reach the
store in t;m-j to pick them up.
HILL & GONNELL
Scranton, Pa.
A new story fl tbrfllina and amusing inci
dents in and ar.cu.d the great n.etrop
olis. New York City, liln-trated
with a One series of beautiful
stage pictures,
Battery Park in winter
Rntrer'i Slip in a snow 'ortn.
Eiteiior of St Patrmk s Catbedrai
Tyj isal Dance Hall In Walter St.
Death trap it a deserted eelhr.
Sale opens Monday.
W!M"k
MISS
Plan; giasl
night, liar eup
LJCKAN'I'HN HOI'SL, neat D.
1 aengcr depot
1 a ve ....
Conducted on tha F.uroiieau
plan. VlOTnn Kuril. Proprietor
iliAM) CRNTRAU Hi" iargestand heal
' I eiini.pa-l notsl la AUentown, Pa. i ratei
S2 and 12.UJ per day.
11 nui p. Iiaiinrii, PwprjetoTj
Early Horn and Early lo Dla.
PToaafagfoa 'oil.
Many proaidential booms SpOOajf
wisely, but too soon.
no I
When Baay was alck, wo p;ave her CaBtorla.
When she was a Clilkl, slie cried for Cuaiorla,
When she became Miss, ahc clung to I 'astoria.
Wheu she had Chlldreu, she gave them Castvrla,
AKC'BITECTa.
IIOl'I'T, Alcliltei Is
Iteollis 21,
I A V IS A'
I 2.S snd 2S Coniiiii)iuvinlth o'ldv Scranton.
1? L WALTER Architect. Library build
J Ing. Wyoming IvenuSi Seranton.
L. BROWN. Arch it Architect, l'rlco
building. I'M . i'lgton Ave., Scranton.
Fa
MIM I.I I A SI IU s
MoK'I'oN
leinber.
Hrrnntoii, Pa
1). BWAHT8 WHOLESALE
U and u Dune Hank buihli.ig.
t I'.dAKtlF.i ;
Isl miuiillerj
Warehouse,
Pa
limn 1 if. 11s,
enveloiiea paper
1'HINTKHS'
bags, tivlna.
Ilk) W'fihlitng'.on avu, HcraiiUm,
noOTl'S LIVKRY, ItVtfl laponea avenue.
I' Klrstolassearila.i' III. I OOTH, Agt.
Funeral Director mid nmbalnu r.
IKANK P. BROWN A CO.. WHOLE
I sale dealers In WOOdWBra, Cordage aud
on cioth, 720 W. Laokawaana avenue
BAUKRS ORCHESTRA Ml'siu 1014
lialls, plcnles. pnrtlcia, n options, wed
dings anil ooueurl work furnished. For terms
address It. ,1. llnner, conductor. 117 Wyoming
avu , over Hiilberl's music wtoi-e.
ijZRA Finn" sons, builders and cootrao-
El tOK Yards: Corner Olive st. and Admin
ave ; corner Ash at. and Penn ave.. Scianton.
M1HIIS.
s K. CLARK & Co., ; Ismen riorbTti
I I and Nurserymen: itore Mn Washington
oveniia; green hoilse.liUU North alum avenue;
More telephone 7H2.
thai.
UHAND UNION TEA Co.. .lones Hr.H
WIHK. S( IIKl NS.
JOS KUF.TTF.L, 5ii Lackawanna nveiius,
b. 1 anion, Pa , mauuf'r ot Wiru lerMni,
NCUATllN niVI'slON.
In I Hi d .lanilivrv SHlli, mill.
North Hound. 1011111 'iuiit.
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109 tot SOfl
III a - b
t. f- 1 nuns nuiiy, Kv- -
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DUPONT'S
MtNINO, BLAfTINQ AND 8PORTINQ
POWDER
Manufactured at llrn WapwalMpen Mills. Lu
zerne county Pa., and st Wil
mington, Delaware
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the yarning District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Ihird National Hatik Uuilding.
lmendng MOXOAT, lKn. sc.
ic Accomplished Actress,
ETHEL FULLER.
Supported bv the
WOIDEPLARD DKAHATIC COKP.W.
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday.
The t-act society comedy drama,
Strioken Blind.
Thursdry. Friday and Sa'.jrday,
Tin- Sensational drama,
UNDER THE GASLIGHT.
ADMI88ION, 10,9O aad 30 CENTS Opera
cbaiis can Is reserved, by nunilvr, every af-
tcracon, from ISO to 8rA for tbi svenhVi
ntevtninincnt. Performances even afternoon
except Mondays and Thursdays, at 886 ar.d
I l' evening at .s li. Doon ojasn at LJ6 and
SCIENTIFIC SHOEING.
Havinf sci -urcd the SHOEINQ POROlot
w ii i in Blame a B .11 for a permanent 1
neas stand. 1 shall conduct Svienttflc and
Patnologlcal bhoi ng f, r the Prevention, I
lief ami C11 e of Lameness and other impedi
ment..!., tCI movements f Her,... incidental
or dno to imperfect shoring 1 shall giro the
work my personal attenti n and giisvanteo n
eatra charge, except tor improvement, Lan-.e
iiess, et.., wni be tieeted if tarn 000 a tre
eUnle and profesaionsl :,di,i given every
Monday from . to . 1 . .11.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. Y. S,
AnSXGtBB.
T1IOS FOHD. Pittat m, Pa
.toRN H SMITH iT SON ; Plymouth Tu.
V ML'LLIOAN, WllkeadJarre, Pa.
Ageuis loi tho Kepanno Chemical Com
1 any s High Exolosivea
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All 11 aim run dully except Miiidm
f iiUnllles that trains stiiji on slunl for l as.
lengera,
Additional trains gya curb Wdsll OTf c IBs
urn MOiuiuu.i.i p. m, arriving nt 60bntOB l.fi,
lino f.w.
Leave scriiiit. 111 fur curb iiuliih'. 5,50 mill -iiri
lvlng a! carb unl.ilc ni 1 iiilsvu '.1 1.M1 1,1
ro.". miio via i-iunie. A WtsneiTI lllton-
Day" and
1! MATTHEWS BROS.
Druggists
AND DEALERS IN
BURNING ami
LUBRICATING
OILS
M .
1 iiicbiislng ticket s and save woncj
Nlligt Eiprcsstothc Weal
.l.C. Andor'veli, Qen. pgt
T. nitoron, Dlr raaa, (ft Btrantoa
ul"U.
Atlantic t emi mill French zinc.
Puis Linseed (III.
Tiiipuiillao noil Yiirulalics.
What is IW010 Attractivo
Thau a prctte face v.llh a fresh, blight 1
couipioiioUT lor it, uso Foawnl'l P' Adcr
1 naadymltad Paints In nil colors,
Olldera' tthltlag,
Paris White nn.l Kiilsunilmx
Oil Urol, Marble
Dust mud Window tilast
'8' syvPr-?T 2
I ,
DON'T FORGET
That weave headquarters for evtrvthinr ll
ii. line or WATCH aSS. It yon bare aai Aea
of purchasing anr kind of a Watch, lady's or
gent's. UoU! or Silver, you will make 11 kHit
oils mistake it you do not give us a call and
gs our prices, which you will find far Below
all ulnars, especially in all the high grades ot
P.lgltt, Walrham and tlampden Bicveminta,
If you have auy doabta and are nt all posted
1 n prices gtva us a call and lea will have uo
troable in convincing you. Wo at ill haves large
took kn dispose Of. and will offer you won
drrlul indu-ements In .lowelry. Silverware,
Clocks and all other goods which we have iu
stock.
C. W. Freeman
i'enu Are. and tipiuui bt.