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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH S, 1894.
Wants of alt kinds mst that mm-h
rcpt Situations Hon feci, ieiicA an
SITUATION WANTED ISY DIU 'HOIST,
lu nui esretlonoe; Hrst-claes rdMnm
Address, QPll, lu care of Tribune omoe.
O lTUATlON WAN FED BY A FI HST-CLASS
l bookkeeper and stenographer; win -tart
at moderate srageo: can furnieh references if
needed. Address, J. 0 . Bos aw, CttT;
cItTjatTos wanted by A cabinet
maker and carpenter in it furniture store
or where needed.
useful. M 1) K,
tViliimr to maka hlmselt
1 1 Hyde Park evenna.city.
! ..!.. and one-halt' miles trom Dnltim on
tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
rnilroad. First class farm house with a novcr
tailing spring aatrbrj two barns, good land
and good orchard, Win ii sold cheap. Terma
'Us.', Addict 11. F. VMS STuitOll or ISAAC
ELLIS, executors, Daltou, Lackawanna
iVOlt SALlv-LAliUE LINK OF NEW
I bnniaai sorrles, phaeton, atora wagons,
business wagons, sted skein lumber wagons it
bargains at lii. T. kellek's.
Lackawanna Carriage W orhs.
VHtmWlLL Ill'Y A JoOO-DoLLAU CPR1GHT
O piano, only it few inoiitlia in uaiv I'.M Del
aware street, Qreen Bulge; owner leaving
FA KM. STOCK
COB SALE Ci ACRE
I1 and utensils. J, M.
OITUATION WANTED -AS TKAMsTEIt.
5 Addrost F. B . 113 Forest court, city.
r ANTED P08JT ON. fKBMANKNT OR
traveling; hardware pieforred; f.imil'
lr with arohitecta' plana, teck clerk, solici
tor or collector. Address "Middlcton, 421
Monroe avenoe, "
1)1 KSUNS WASTING A LADY FOK
I washing or office cleaning, eat) lis Gib-
tom'ATiUN WANTBDUY A YOUNG
1? man who ia wiilinn to do any kind of
WOlk; ago, 19: fair penman; can furnish gissl
raferenoe, Address M, G. (Post Oillcoi.Sornn-
1)Y A YoCNG MAN IN DHY GOODS OR
IJ crocerv store, or some business wn ire ii
could work "up. Some experience, good i
ence. will work cheap.
Address F. O. box 72,
in'i Si r i ms on 'sEcoiiu KL' 10 V lTli
range, bath; rent. I. W yonilng.
,'Olt KENT THKI E SIOBY IlKIl'h
e Apply .MAI It 111'.
:d Lack. live.
1 honae. 13 1 Aoam
COLLINS, azent. T.l W
H'N 10 NT 1 w, i - : i ItlilCK IK ' I
r No. 2 llallstend place. Apply MAC KICK
COLi.lNS. agent. 721 ,
nOR RENT ELEGANT RESIDENCE ON
1 Jefferson avenue, between Ulive and Fine.
Apply 118 Wyoming avouoe.
nOR RENT-8U1TE OF FOUR ROOMS ON
r first floor. Webster avenue, at Jill.
E. Wood, Wood's College.
tVUl KENT TWO STuKY BRIOiv DWEL
J; ling house: modern improvements: 814
For. si place; rent. Apply to MAURICE
COLLINS, agent, 721 West Lackawanna
HUM ttS LAI KA
wan:::', avenue irem April I, also rooms
on second floor well adapted for business or
honae keeping, Also house uos Capouse ave-
hue with all modern improvements, beauti
fully papered. F 8, PAULI,
li',4 Sanderson avenue.
170K RENT-STORE 5.1 LACKAWANNA
V avenuo, by April. I. Enquira o; Henry
Frey, til Lackawanna arenas or ut the
TOU RENT-THREE ROOMS, FRONT ON
I s. co-ai lloor, over N. A. llulbert's nttsifl
store, 117 Wyoming arenas, from April L In
quire in the store.
HOUSE FOB KENT ONE BLOCK PROM
post office, containing lourt en rooms
Bud laundry, all in tine . rder. Kino location
to let fttrnjabed. Booms. Apply at r!7. Liud.cn
Po LET KOlt A TF.K.M iK YEARS
X I'art or all of three hundred feet of yard
room along railroad Apply at dio Franklin
ri'o RENT-STORE SSxfluOK FURNISHED
1 hail on Ureen Ridgo streat. Very Ueeira
Ide location and on reasonable terms. Apply
to F. V. NETTLETON or Q S. WOODRL FK,
MAN" Vt ITU LIFE AND FIRE
experience as solicitor in
Lackawanna county; g'ssl IndnoententS to
rislit man. Address IlSo-iW Bi-tz building,
U- AN TED -HOYS AND GIRLS WHO
wish to make money when out of
School; send name and we will tell yon how;
no money wanted. F. STAYXER. Providence
I70R SALE OR EXCHANGE FOB SCRAN
I ton DroDsrtv A hsarlna orangs arovt
Inereaatng in production and value yearly in
the nraneo section In Morula. Addles r r,
NLTTLETON. Lnke Helen. Florida
Dissolution of Partnership.
1SS0LUTION OF tO PARTNERSHIP.
1 he ro-i, irtnershio her.tofore exi.stmi:
between William Wolokers and Ernest
Friend, under the arm name of W Welckcr,
is this day dissolved bv mutual consent. Tho
business will be conttuu'd by the said W.
Wclcker, to whom all debts due the late Arm
must be paid, and to whom all claims against
said firm should be presented for pat merit.
Soranton, Pa., March 0, IBM.
DEPORT OF THE CONDITION
IV OF Till.
BCRANTON SAVINGS HANK AND TRUST
company OF BCRANTON,
No. 401 Laekawanna arenas, of Laokawanna
county, Pennaylvanla,at the dose of business,
February 18, UH:
Cash on hand 8 B.481 17
Checks and other cash Hums -'.'.'" M
Due from bunks and bankers 133.46s
Loans and discounts ol,-M U
Stocks, Bonds, )
1 .... 'Nt " . I "II I
Real estate, furniture and fixtures, . 4,4:fl I",
Overdrafts U) 31
t t Insuranc
Capital stock paid in J WW ml
Surplus fund gAODU OU
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes pain 7.0M
Deposits subject to check OtM.li'.ll Id
Tune certificates ot detioslt. l.lul
Dividends unpaid lilO
A report in detail of aboVO SSOUrttlss has
been made to c. ii. Krumbnaar, superinteU'
dent ot hiitikiio;. as call d for.
statu of Pennsylvania, County of Lacks.
tvannn. ss. :.
1. U. S. Kirkpatrick. assistant, cashier of
the a oove nam so oanx, uu soiumniy swsar
that the above statement is true to the b"st.'of
my knowledge and belief, (signed) II.
KiKKPA THICK, Assistant Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 0th
day of March. InH fSlgnedJ
O. B. PARTRIDGE, Notary Public
CSlgned) E N, WILLARD,
L. A. WATRES,
M. .1. WILSON,
DEPORT oF THE CONDITION
Li oF THE
LACKAWANNA TRCST AND SAFE
of 404 Lackawanna avenue, Scran ton, Lack
awunua count v, Ponnsvlvaula, at the clusi
of business, Feb. -. 1D04;
Cash on huiiil S U8,79l Oil
11 'ANTED- TWO YoL'N'G MEN OF GOOD
Steady employment for irood men.
.NAlluAu i it
VlTloVl, I I F.VM TlllVKI. IHKI'iVV
(LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
zines, etc., b und or rdsmnd at Tiif.
Tit I BI NE otfice. tuiek work. Reaionalde
TF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OALIFOR
1 nia you shon'd have our pamphl -t on the
rcsonn-es of that ltat It dsscrlbsa n at
bargains. Pamphlet (res. Foster A Wood
Son, 144 Washington street. Chicago.
VfEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD T 111.
i'l corner Spruce street and Franklin nvo-
nne. Twenty meal
table board .
tickets for $a..V). Good
WILL BUY A SPLENDID HOTJ8E
O, (if nine rooms; last location in Green
RidRe, if sold before April 1st: all modern lm
proveinents. In'iuiretftJ Delaware street.
T70R SALE-SINGLE HOUSE, ()5(L'INuy
V avenue; very desirable location. Anply
i F. REYNOLDS, or WILLAiiD. WARtiLN
K N A PP.
OV.5aU WILL BUY MODERN NEWS ROOM
tD house, all improvements; terms easy; cor
err Madison avenue and Delewuro streo& Ap
I .v HARRY LEES.
1,4110 WILL BUY VERY DESIRABLE LOT
O corner Madison avenue and Dcl.i-.vari
ttreet. Terms easy Apply
AT OTICE IsliEHKBY GIVEN THAT AN
Xy application will bsmadstotheOorsrnor
Of IBS Lommonweiiitti ,,r ivnnsynauiii on
Baturday ftie '.'4th day of March, A. D.. Is'ji
liytiaorn M. Uarnenter, .lames w.Smitn,
Albert W. Reyuulda, George ) 'Tiampliti,
Edward J. Northun, Jerome Britti n, John W.
Miil.rand Albert II Turner, under the Act of
the Astembly of the ConimouvoBlth of I'onn
sylvania, " entitled "An Oct to provide for tho
in 'orporation and retrain ti 0U ol certain oorpO1
raiions.-' spprorod April SB, A. 0,1874, and the
(o.pplemen. s thereto for tbn charter of an In
tended ' orporation to bo called, tho "Scran
ton Dairy company" the character and ob
jector wnic.i is the t-rodurin and maiiufac
turuiK milk, butter, choose, butter milk, and
other dairy products male from milk and
e Hug the same, and f ir these purposes to
have, possess and onjoy, nil the Hunts, benefits
MM) privileges of tho said Act of Assembly,
aUd its supplements
HORATIO N. PATRICK.
Checks and other cash items
Due from bsnks and bankers . .
Commercial and other paper owned 136,471 Kl
Call loans upon collaterals IT.fiKI till
Iiuie loans upon collaterals
Loans upon bonds and mortgages...
investment i ococga,uonas, j
securities Ac S4l),4B2 82 - 'i'i7,VJl
owned, viz.: I Mtaagea.. 117.V.".i lot
R.al estate, furniture and fixtures. 33,311 20
Mile deposit vaults 3U.00U IN
Overdrafts ftl Kl
jliscellane, us assets .,101
Cnpital stock paid in
surplus i una
Undivided profits, les expenses anil
Deposits subject to check
Due to banks and I ankers
Commercial and other paper or se
1250,000 0 1
Amount Trust Funds Invested....
Amount Trust Funds uninvested.
,.5 30,007 :,4
8 37, UK 83
Report in detail of above securities hi
been made to C. H, KRI MBHAAH, Superin-
leimeni: oi ttanKintr. as eaneii ror.
State of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
I.Henry J. Anderson. vice prest.of the alsiv
Q mod company, 00 solemnly awear that the
a .ove statement is true to ttio ocst of my
a lowieoge iini; oeuei, Leumpai
H. .1. ANDERSON, Vlce Pr
Bubscrihod und sworn to before mo this oth
day ot .uarch. ls.M i signed)
MH.T'oN W. LOWLY, Notary Public.
Correct Attest: -
(Signed) WM. T. SMITH
r'.ALEI) PROPOSALS will be re-
ceived up to noon, Ititn Inst., for the ex
cavating reqnirnd for no building, comer of
Wtomttlg avenuo and BpTUOfl street. Plans
and specifications may be obtained upon ap
John a. Duckworth, Architect.
44 Coal Exchange Building.
'BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
ceived at the ofip-e of the city clerk,
BCrantOn, Pa., until 7.30 o'clock a m., Thurs
day, March Utbi IhOI. to eonstiuct a terra
CottS pipe drain with receivers and fixtures.
The said drain to commence at a point at the
Westerly corner of Sumner avenuo and Petto
hone street, thence extends westerly through
prints property to Gernldine court, a dis
lut.ca o about one hundred and llfty-five
.'l et. thence si u'.h Westerly along said Oer
lldine court, a distance of about OSS hundred
0t; thence north westerly through private
in perty n dlsttnce of about one hundred and
arty two and ono balf feet to Lincoln avenue;
SMhOS in the same direction across Lincoln
avenuo, a distance of about flltytwo and one
half feet. Bidderi shall enclose with each
proposal the sum of twonty five dollars qash
or certified chis-k, ns a gunrnn'e- to comply
with proposal if awarded lh" contract In case
the (bidder to whom the contract shall have
boon awarded, omits to ox IQOtS a contract for
said work within ten- days from date of
SWHrd. tho encli sure accompanying his pro
pOOS) shall bo forfeited to the use of the dty
f Soranton. The city rostrrss In rloht to
raisot snjr or all bids By order of the city
iouncils. M. .1. LAVELLi:,
BcTsntOn, Pa., Maroh 8. 1801.
DROPOSALS' WILL BE RECEIVED
1 until Thursday, March H. UH, by tho
in lAaMSanad for the building nf a foundation
Wall for tho Methodist In.' church of
1 kti.l . Matorial such as stoue. lims. sand,
etc.. to Isi famished nnd plai cd on the ground
bv the bulldlnr committee. Commltto re-
srrvee right to reiut any or all bids at their
discretion. H. CHAPMAN, secretury of com
mitte. Box SOil, Peckvllle, Pa.
ITevkville, Fob. 24, 1804.
Nsw York Producs Markst.
New York. March 7. FLoUH-uiot,
WHEAT Dull llrmor with options; No
red store and elevator, n)fo6s)(c.: nttoat,
hie: r. o. D,, uMMHO,! iitiKrudea No
0OM00.J No, 1 northern, (;!i4c. ; options
were fairly active, irregular, and closed
firm nt sn advance of KsWe.J No. 2 rd,
.March, wgi!.; .May, t)4Hc-: July, (id :c.
August, tiifi - September, O'Jc. ; Decembor,
cohn DnlL firmer; No, ?, 43MaSBUo
elevator, 44Vo44m a, sflont: OPtioos, dull
but Closes llrnt at Hdvanco; March,
3Xc; April nna Amy --c.; duly. I4',c.
iJATs-rairiy nctive.lirmer: options more
smve, strongor; ataron, diic. ; April.
jojiic; amy, DOMa; no, wmto. unroll.
April, IWc: spot price- N i. '.I. 37k"c,
No. 2 white. 8 Un.'i'Jc. ; No 2 Chicago.
'Vc.; No. 3, odJ4Xc. No. whit,, do. 87a
l7!4c: mixed western, t8oMi4f white
do.. SWMkVi. white Rtate, bl)a42.c.
i-.trr-iulet, stendy, uncbtingod.
BlBF Hams Dull.
'JigiKT.n Bkef-DuII, stendv: city oxtrn
India most, otoaxu,
( UT Mkats Quiet, weak; pickled hob
lies, OKI OO, shoulders, 0WMI do. hams. IH
rsmrii rs nnminii.
Lahd Quiet, llrmor; western steam.
?7..i7W; city, ftisR(lKc. ; Mart h. 17.80 1 Mnv.
(7.8(1; rsdned, quiet; contimmt 17 80; Souih
America, s iu; oomDouno. OSDMa,
I'oItK .Moderate deiuimd. steady: mess.
i'.UTTKit Lnrt;e supply, lowor; state
dairy, new, loulai 00, Old. iMloja, I do,
creamery, new, 23o, I'eiinsvlvnnln, do.,
SSO,; weHiorn DanrT, now, IsMglOO,! do.
creamery, now, lonWS,) do. factory, 11a
ISO.) rolls, liable; Klgins. V!2e. ; Imlta
tion creamery, 13a 17c
Ciikemk ! irm, Rood demnnd; alnte
latrfrv, VXalliJ.; fancy, ll)tlM.do. MBnU,
infill. ic; part sklins, oHalUc. ; lull skims,
LdOH rnlr demnnd, firmer; state
and lVntisvlvania, liul7c,; ice hotiso per
case, fw,MMa.W western irotn, l,o,
duck, 283tlc. : southern, 14(nl7c.
Philadelphia Tallow Markat.
rnii.AriKM'lUA, inarm .. TSUUW was
(juiot und steady. I'ricos wore. Priino
city, in hogshead", 4c; prims couu-
try, iu hogsheads, IJ4C ; do. dark, in hog.
heuus, tc. ; enkes, oc. ; grease, 4c.
Coxe Bros. & Co. Greatly Benefited by Their
Deal with the Lehigh Valley.
THEY CAN NOW ACT INDEPENDENTLY
Although They Are as Yet Working
in Harmony with the I raae, I heir
Situation Is Represented to Be One
Which Gives Them the Power to
Pursue Whatever Course They May
Elect Other News and Gossip Re-
I ti:u; to Industries.
Says tho Philadelphia Stockholder:
When tho Lsliioh Valley railroad en
tered into a truckage, iigroeimint with
the Delaware, SuHiiuehanna oc Schuyl
kill. thsHhort roatl owned by Coxo liroa.
& in. it was Minted that the doiil
would be most beneficial to the Lehigh
Volley. It is uow, however, uu open
question whether elicit will In the case.
indeed, thrru is reason to bolievu that
all ths advantage nnd benefit attaching
to the dual is on tht side of Coxe Uros.
& Co. By Uling their own cars and
locomotives they practically become
independent snippers as tiny have bvuu
producers, arid us such are likely to no
more of a lance in the coal trails than
eror before, What is to prevent their
reducing freight rtte to tidewater
wheuevor tuoy electV Not their con
tract with the Lii ;li Valley certainly,
tor, aivoioiti.; to 11 Kcntlemuii who ex
amined tho contract very closely, It
contains that prevents thorn from low
erinn rates to tidewater if they fuel so
disposed. Whether tliey will do so is
another question, but if Cjxj Bros. &
Co. want to bo consistent they will cer
tainly make a reduction. In their
suit against they Labigll Valley,
which was instituted several yesia
ago, and which id still ponding iu court,
they charged discrimination in coal
In ; lit rates, holding that tbu rats to
tidewater from the minss was excess-
If it was excessive theu it is ex
cessive now, nnd Loxo oros. 6c Lo. owe
it to theiuselres to lower the rate,
ither that or withdraw their suit
ainst the Lehigh Valley, as they
would have hut little standing iu a
case where they are doiug the same
thing they charge others with dolnx
If they lower the rats the other com
panies would naturally be ooBtpolled to
uieet the reduction, else Cm 13,-os. &
Co. would sretire u much larger por
tion of tiJewatur buiiness than thuy
P. F. Lsufmnn, the liionoer tin plate
manufacturer of Pittsburg, says he has
discovered that a 0 imbius of Welsh
operators will be formed to nullify a
slight advantage which the Wilson bill
has unintentionally given the Ameri
can producers while destroying ths pro
tective duties Mr. Lauliil in has stu I-
led the Wilson bill and keepi track of
all tlie changes in it which : 1 the
iron interests. He discovered a few
days ago, after having closely watched
the Huns 1 marksts that it was going
to be p issible by making close margins
to carry on tho tin plate industry in
America even umier the Wilson
bill. How cIori Mr. Liufmun tigursd
on tins 111 ty be seen iroui tlie
fact that in one instance tho Amer
icans will have an advantage of only
cents on a double box oi over 800
pounds of tinplate. Under tin rj'iim
which will tie inaugurated with tho
passage of the bill, if it pisses in its
present shape, it will be impossible for
Western Pennsylvania m inufacturers
to compete iu eastern marksts or lor
the eastern manufacturers to sell goods
west of the Allegheny mountains, lhe
reason tor this is that the Western
manufacturers can produce their own
block plates cheap enough to meet the
foreign compslition, while tho Wilson
bill hns put the duty ou block plat-s
low OUOU)(h for the eastern oper.itots
to import and sell them low nuough to
meet the foreign competition. And
this is where tun Welshmen will get
in their work Tney won't send block
pi itrs to America, and the eastern dip
per will, in oontequeooe, bo left. The
wi stern mills will not suffer so much.
Iu the conrse of nn extended editorial
discussion of the free coal project the
New York Sun Fays: "TO measure
ih' severity of the competition to
which American producers would ha
subjected by their Canadian rivals, in
case coal should bo imported free of
duty, one should take into account tho
sitintion of the Canadian coal Qlldt.
us well as the unlimited extension of
which their output iscapable. There
nrs great deposits "n the very ede of
the Atlantic and Pacific, coasts, while
tho intervening mines lie for the moil
part 011 tho Hue of the Canndisn Paci
fic railway. Immediately behind Hali
fax, for instance, and closely connected
with It by rail, are the Pictou nnd
other Nova Scotia coal fields, which,
even now, while their product is shut
off from the American market, turn
out about l,00d, 000 tons of coal psr an
num, lo tlie northwest h tho island
of Cnp3 Ilreton, around whose (ino har
bors ro numerous mines Irom wtnen
are raised yearly 1,OJO,00() tons of cosl
of excellent quantity for steaming and
other purposes. It is impoisible for
coal fields to have a more advantageous
ponitlon. for hero the months of tho
hits are in somo cases close to the
shore, and as the mines aro oarnel far
out under tho s?a, a ship may hind di
rectly over the spot whence the coal Is
contains a larger amount of fixed car
bon than the urodnct of esstnrn Ponti-
sylvania, burns rather more rapidly.
and gives out a grsater heat. This
coal is used exclusively by the Caun-
diun Pacific railway for heating its
curs aa far eastward as Like Superior,
md it is sold for domestic piirnojes us
far eastward as Winnipeg.
t Canmnre, only ten miles distant
from the anthracit i mine, is found an
other kind of coal, uliuoiit smokeless,
ind possessing the onaTlty of cooking
well. Wereit admitted in the markets
of our states near it its adsptitiility to
smelting purposes and relative cheap
ness would drive out all competitors.
Coming eastward we find in tho prtirle
country of the Canadian Northwest uti
other extensive coal deposit. The Gait
mines at Lsthbridge yield a good bit
nmlnous 0 ml. well ml ipted to railway
uses, which, if the duty were removed.
would be exported in large quail ti
tles to the states lying iiiimeoi-
ately to tne south. It is estimated
by Dr. Dawson, that the coal masanrns
stretching eastward from the Ltth-
bridge, along the American border, to
Mauitoba, cover ITlOOO suuaro milea.
We may add that along the banks of
the Saskatchewan, in, the vicinity of
Icliiiunton, thick seams of ooal are visi
ble, and that a serviceable domestic
oal is delivered at tlie place for $2 50
a ton. lo obtain free nccess to the
iVinerican market for the ontpnt of
these vast coal deposits, and for the
other uatural prodn -ts of tho Dominion
ttioro is no doubt that Canndaiana
would eventually const nt to annexa
tion. It is tho part of American pa
triots to give for nothing a privilege
which ought to be sold for a great
Mine Inspector Williams, of tho
Fourth Anthracite district, has just
completed his annual report for 1808,
It shows a total production of b.OOo,
708 tons mined. This is an increase of
016, 111!) tons in production over 1802.
'1 bo total number of men employed in
1K!M was 22,790, an increase of 1,009
Ouritig the year there were killed in
the mines, 77, and injured, 221, leav
ing 49 widows and 1111 orphans,
MiNoit IsDcsTitiAL Notes:
; An official of the Pennsylvania railroad
snys there has been a decided increase in
freight business within tho last two weeks
on t hat road, both cabt aud west. A 1 irgo
atuonut of coal snd coke is being Bhippsd
from the CoDneltSTillS region, and 400
empty box cars have been ordered west
for eastern giaiu and live stock i-bipiuouts.
Tho trafllc is deoldedly better tbau it was
a month ago, aud will, it is thought, cou-tluut-
A lurijo steel manufacturer says that
sieel rails last week ssld ut tho lowest
price ou record.
Tho Susquehanna nnd Western railroad
lias changed its fiscal yesr to Juno 30 from
Dec. 81, in order to comply with the iuter
taje commerce soti consequently uo an
nual report will bo made this spring.
Passenger rates eastbotiud from Chicago
aro bt iug cluudestiuely cut. nnd railroad
managers will meet Friday to brace them
Drexel, Morgan & Co. aud J. B. Morgan
Co. announce that tho Lrio plan has
been declared operative, a majority of each
ulitkS of bonds having been depjsited.
Connolly & Wallace
All Si zes and Every Conceivable Color.
Our regular $2 quality.
At the Special Price of ....... .
The greatest bargain in Kid Gloves ever offered.
Do not fail to see them.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court House.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
cleanliness and comfort
TIMK taule in SITBCT 11:11. 1. MM,
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, Wtlkes
Ilarru, etc , atH.10, IMS, 11 III) a. in., 12.1U, 2.00,
H8 'VI1' I-W 11 05 '' m Sundays, U.UU a. m.,
LOO, 1.00, , .10 p. m.
For Atlantic Citv. H lo ,n
i or .New ,irlt, iNewi
(express j a. m.,
pallor car), 8.80 (express) p. in.
Newark and Elisabeth. 8.10
IX.3U (ezDrasa with Bntrat
n. in. Sunduv. L'.UO
I on MAI en Cbdkk, Allsxtows, Brbls
mi:m, Kai.toS! and 1'uii.aiiku'IUA, H.Iii a. m
U'.. a.ild. r,.ii0 (except Philadelphia) p. lu.
Sundsy, 2 Wy. m F 1
For Lono IIiiahcii, Ocua.n GltovE, etc., at
s.lOa. m.. I2.:tup m.
For UeadmgLebanon and Harrlsbnrs, via
Allentowu, H.lUa. in., U.80, J.oo, p.m. Bunday,
-.00 p. ni.
For Pottsvllle. H lu a. in., 1180 p. in.
Returning, leave Now York. fiKit of Liberty
street. North river, at !;10 (express) a. m.,
LIU, 1.90, 4,80 (express with Ballet parlor cur;
p. m. Sunday, fcSO n. in.
Leave Philadelphia, Beading Terminal. tf.OU
n. m., .00 and I.8J p. m. Sundsy, 6.81 a. n..
Through tickets to all points ut lowest rates
may be had on application in advnuco to tho
ticket agent at tho station.
11. L'. I1ALDWIN,
. . Gen. Pass. Agont.
J. II. OLIIAVSEN.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Sticks and Bondi.
New Yoiik, March 7 American sufjar
was uijein the feature of tho stock market.
The price ranged from BOX t0 8Mii and
closed at 'J4,, a new gain of t. The
transactions Were Dot as heavy as on yes
terday, but still reacli-d 10D,tX)0 shares.
The b.'iirs were not permitted to hsve con
trol of tho stock ut any time, although
when It touched Wlf they were imprested
with tho idea that the bull movement was
over ard they put out Iresh Hues. The
other Industrials were ia brisk de-
msnd ami moved up rapidly. These
stocks were Influenced by Washing
ton reports that tho senate would grant
ome lirotertloti lo all the liidu-trles. At
least this was the reason ascribed iu the
room for the improvement in the stocks.
The general railway list was ilrmiutbe
early trailing iu syinntby with the
strength of mgar. Later on there was a
re-actiou of to 1 per cent. Still Inter on
Loudon houses bought round amouuts ol
the Grantors and other stocks ami this
hanged the temper of spend itlon nnd tl e
market fell off strong with a net gain f
iai tor tho day.
The foilowinir comiilete t.thlo shotrmi? the
dny 'h tluctu.ttloiis in active stocks is supplied
smi roviseo uany oy uaoav riiu.r, stoca
brokers, 11 Wyoming avenue:
Open- Hleh Lew Clos-
Inc. est est. lug,
.. 2711 U "Tl 211
.. 01 OH UU H4
.. IfK it I2U la
... 'UH rd?S (04 614fj
Hucklen's Arnica Salvs.
Tho best salvo In the world for Huts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
rsores, loiter, mapped Hands, i hilblalns.
UOrna and nil rikin bmptiniis, nnd posi
tively cures Piles, or uo pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price cents per
uox. ror sale uy aiatthews llroa.
IlgNiiY SrnoKPiiALH, foreman Henry
Krug riicKing company, St. JOOSBU'S, Mo
uses Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil with his
men for sprains, cuts, bruises chapped
hsuus, etc. it is tne Dest.
'If we cross lhe continent, wo find
tho coal of Itritish ('nlutnbia cipially
well nlecd for acquiring control of the
neighboring American markets, if it is
admitted to them !freo. It should be
remembered that along tho whole Paci
flu coast of South Amorlca there is uo
coal found suitable for steaming pur
pos"s, nor is there any on the coast of
North America until wn come to Pneet
Sound. Ob the American shore ou this
Round there are coal fields now worksd,
hut their product will bs driven from
our home markets if it is expotod to
competition with the output of the
richer deposits on Vancouvor Island.
Tho annual delivery of the mines at
Nannimoaud Wellington on.this island
has rapidly risen above a million tons,
and ii c.ipablo of great expan
sion. At iNatiitimo, moreover, the
principal mine is directly on the shore.
and the gallsries ar piuhod out far
under tho watar, so that here, as at
Cape Breton, ship may load iminedi
ntely over tho place from which the
coal ia extracted. There nro, thtfe
fore no chsrges for transportation from
ih' pit's mouth to the plaoj of ship
nient. Another important coal area
of the Dominion has lately bnn opined
in the Rocky Mountain district. A
few miles from UmfT, unl scarcely
hundred yards from th lino of the
Canadian Paelflo railway, n mine of
anthracite coal is now worked, ahQ
many outcrops of the same deposit nre
Am. Cot. Oil..
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Chic, (las (I.MJ
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ol. llock.Val. &T
1). & 11 M M
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(1. E. Co
I,, ft N
N. Y. ft N. E
N. Y. Central..
N. Y..O.ft W.
N. Y..S. ft W,
II. S. C. Co
North l'nc. pf..
Pac. Mail ,
Itoek Island to
St. Paul BOM
1 1 Vt
nsii 18614 uM
I'..c. ft I
Texas ft l'ac
i n,. .ii l'ac
W. ft L. U
W. J L. L. Ill'
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LL1IIUU VALLEY UAILHOA1J.
Pan. ii, lsoi.
Train leaves Seranton tap Philndelnhin nnd
New York via, L. ft 11. 11 . at s a.m. l-'.ln,
ills and 11.83 p. m via D., L. ft V. K. It , u 00,
a. in., and 1.3I) p. in.
Leave Seranton for Pittston nnd Wilkes
Iiarro vial).. L ft W. 11. li (i.Od, 8.08, 11. iJ
a. m , 1.30, ItSo. ii.UT, 9.88 p. m.
Leave BofantOfl lor White Haven, Hazloton,
Pottsvllle and all points on the Heaver
Meadow and Pottsvllle branches, via E ft W.
V , 0.40a.m., VIS D. ft H. H. It. at. S a.m., 1X10,
1 1 p.m, via I).. L. ft W. K. R G.OO.S.IM,
ll.Ala.m., 130. a.Vii.m.
Leave Seranton for Bethlehem, F.nston,
Heading, Hurrlsburg mid all intermediate
points via L). ft H. K. It., Sam .12.10. 8.88, 11.83
ji.m .via U L. ft W. ft, U..B.OO.S.08. 11.20 a. lu.,
Leave Seranton forTiuikhtuno k. Towitu la,
Elinira. Ithaca, Geneva and all inter medltts
points via 1). ft 11 R.R..9.U7 s.m.,12 Id and 11.35
p. m.. via D. L. ft V. K It., s.ijs a.in.,l.:w p. m.
Leave Seranton for Kochostor, Buffalo. Ni
agura Falls, hetrelt, Chieago and all points
west via D. ft 11. H. It. B.07 n.in.,12 lO.O.lfi .11.81
p. m . via D. L. ft W. R. R. and PitUton
Junction, S US a m 180 0 3.S p. in., via E ft W.
R H.. 3.11 p. u.
For Elm rn and th) West via Sal unmo i. via
I), ft 11. It. It U.U7 a.m.. Utl0,tt.lfi p. m.. via D
L. & W h.k.. ,808a.m., Lrioand o.u7p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. ehair
cars on all trams between L ft B. Junotion "r
Wilkes Harre and New York, Philadelp'iia,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge
ROLLIN H W1LHUK, Uon. Sunt. East Die
( HAS S. L'-'.K (ten. Pasv Ag't, Phila.Pt.
A W NoXXF.MACHEIt.Ass-t Q n Pass Ag't
South Bethlehem. Pa,
Trains loave Scranton as follows:
for New York and nil itniiitA V.uut 1
5. IB, 8.00 and D.fiO a. m. ; IS 53 und 3.50 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philudelphlu
and the South, 515, B.00 and 0.50 a. m.; ia,55
aud 8.50 p, m.
Washington and way stations, 2.40 p. m.
Tobybanna accouimisiatlon, 0.10 p. m.
Expr ss for Bintthainton, Oswogo, Elmlra,
Cortilng, Bath. Uansvllle, Mount Morris aud
Buffalo, 12.10, 2 lie. In. and 1 24 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points in the
West. Northwest and Southwest.
Buffalo accommodation, B OO a. m.
BlDghamton uud way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nicholson and wuv statious, 5 45 p m.
BluKbamton and Elmlra Express, 6 05 p.m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse. Oswego,
L'ticannd Richfield Springs, 2.1J a. m. and 1.24
Itasca, 2.13 and O.nO a. m. nnd 1.24 p. ni.
For Northumlsrland, Pittston, WiikosBarre,
Plymouth, Uloomsburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Wllllamsport. Harrlsburg, Btdtlmoro, Wash
ington and the South.
Northumberland uud Intermediate stations,
800, 0.50 n m. nnd 1.30 and 807 p. m.
Nantlcoke and intermediate stations. R.OS
and 11.2U n. m Plymouth and Intermediate
stations, 3.50 and 0.3s p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches ou all
For detailed Information, p kettlm (tables,
etc , npply to M. L. Smith, city ticket offlco,
o2s Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket odico.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
THURSDAY, MAIL 8.
ERIE AND WYOMING VALLEY RAIL
KOAD Train leave Scranton for New York snd in
termediate points on the Eric railroad at 8,88
a. m. ami d.24 p m. Also for Hawloy and
local points at 8 35. 0.45 and 3.24 p m.
Tram leaving at 0 45 a. m. and 3 24 pm.
are tnrougn trains to and from HonesJalo.
Trains loave for Wilkt-s-Barru nt 0.40 a. m. and
3.41 p. in.
Chicago Oram and Provision.
KonANTON. March 7. The following .mot .
lions are sup3llud aud corrneted daily by La
liar oc r liner, stoca nrouor,ui irjomins avo
found in the vicinity. Tuis anthracite j Bittors
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of C'anajoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always ktwps I)r. Kings New
Discovery in tbo house, and bis family has
always found tho verv best insults follow
Its use; that ho would not ho without it. if
procurable. O. A. Dykaman. druggist,
tJatUkttl, N. Y says that Dr. King's Now
Dlscoveiy Is undoubtedly the best cough
remedy; that he has used it in his family
for right years, and It has never failed to
do all that Is claimed for it. Why not tro
s remedy so long tried and tested? Trial
bottles free at Matthews Bros', drug story.
Regular sizo 50c. and 81.00.
The secret nrt nf beautv lios not in cos
metics, but is only In puro blood, and a
healthy performance of the vital functions,
to be obtalucd bv indue Burdock Blood
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May 88, 1882,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
Station, Seranton, for Pitts
ton. Wllke Harre, etc., 8.00,
J.7. 0 37, 10 42 a. m.. 12.10.
1,25. 8.88. 4 .1(1. 5.13, 8.15, 0.15
and 11,88 p. m.
For New York and Phil i-
(lulobia, sou a. in.. 18.18 1.2,1
888, 118 and 11.80 p. ni.
l or Honesdale i trom Delaware. Lackawanna
and western depot;, 7 0J, S.3U. 10.10 a. m.. 12 00
m.. 2.17. 5 10 p. m.
For Carliondsle and Intermediate stations.
5.40, 7 00. H.iiO. 10.10a. m . 12.ou m.,2 17, 8.85,8 in,
0 80 and 0 35 p. in ; from Bridge Ktreet Depot,
K.UI n. m., .i ..in i u .o p. m.
F'lst express to Altuinv. Saratoga, the AO
p ndiirk Mountains, Boston and New EngteM
points. 5.40 a m arrlvint st Albany 12.4.3.
Saratoga 2 80 p. in , nnd leaving Scranton at :i
p m . arriving at Alhany at ABO p. in., Sara
toga, 12 68 a m , nnd B ston, T.00 a. m.
The only direct route between the coal Holds
md Boston "Iho Leading Tourist.-, Route
of America" to the Adirondack Mountain re
forts. Lakes (ieorge and Chumplain, Montreal,
Mine table- showing leeal and through train
service between stations on nil divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may bo obtained It
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offlees.
ii. o yocno. .i. w. nuitnii'K,
Pecond Vice Prosident. lien. Pass. Agt.
Wc have the hand
somest line of Parlor
and Drawing Room
Tho Romsntic Actor,
DUNCAN B. HARRISON
And company in the Sonsational Comedy
SPECIAL SCENERY AND EFFECTS.
Special ongagomont of tho World's Champio n
C. .. SAMPSON 8tr0??aEu'v
Sandow's only equal. Performs every feat
that Sandow doea, Holds the championship
bolt of tho world. Lifted 4,000 pounds.
bale opens Tuesday.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
A NOTABLE EVENT.
FRIDAY, MARCH O.
CHARLES FROHMAN'S COMPANY
Presenting Bclasco and Fylos' remarkably
successful American drama.
The Girl I Left Behind Me
With all tho scenic environment and correct
surronndinus that characterized thij produc
tion. 2i0 nijjhts in New York. 150 nights In Chicago
60 niithts in Philadelphia.
PRICES-Parlor and Orchestra. 81 Orches
tra Circle and two first rows Balcony, Tic.;
romsinder of Balcony. 50c. ; Gallery. 25c
Sale opens Wednesday.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATURDAY. MARCH 10.
ever shown in this
state and we would
like you to see it.
The Inimitable Comody Farce,
THE SKATING RINK
The funny comedy up to date, produeed
with many scenic and electric features and a
cast of incompnrable artists, amoni wbom
may be mentioned Flora Finlavton, Leona
Clark. Belle Martin. Fred Frier, 'James stur
Kis, Harry Nelson, Joseph F. Spark Mkd Nat
SEE ln'' Eleotrleal Eccentricities.
The Droll Comediana
Sale opens Thuisday.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
MONDAY. MARCH 12.
The Ooqnelln of Irish Comedy.
In his latest and greatest comedy success
The Rising Generation
By Wm. Gill Beautifully Staled.
C I.1 1? Tn'' "reel Game of Draw Poker
OJjIj Th- Sextette of Graceful Dancerj.
The Up to-Date Comedy.
Sale opens Friday.
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I KA M r M
That we are headquarters tor everything In
the line of ILITCHKS. If you have any Idea
of purchasing any kind of n Watch, lady's or
Rout's. Gold or Sliver, you will make a griev
ous mistako It yon do not giro us n call nod
get our prices, which you will find far below
all otners, especially in all the hlyh grades of
Elgin, Walthain and Hampden movements
If you have any doubts and nre at all posted
on yrtcne give usa call and ws will have no
trouble in convincing you. We still havoa largo
took to dispose of, and will offer you won
derful inducements in Jewelry, Silverware,
Clocks and nil other goods which wo have In
C. W. Freeman
IV nn Ave. nnd iSjirnce St.
Week commencing MONDAY. MAB4 H .
Monday. Tuesday and
BoncicBult's G:eat I:
COLLEEN : BAWN
Thursday, Fridiy and Saturday,
Streets of New York
ADMISSION", lO.ttO nnd .10 CENTS. Opera
chaits can be reserved, by number, every af
ternoon, from 1 3d to 3:0. for the evening's
entertainment. Performances every cfternoon
except Mondays mid Thursdays, at 2.80, and
every evening at 8.18, Doors open at 1. 80 and
All trains run dally except Sunday.
f. slgnliles that trains stop on signal for pas
sengers. Additional trains leave Cnrhondale or scran.
ton no undo. is p. in., arriving nt Scranton 1.59
Lenvc s'crntiton for cnrboiidiile 8.80 and s.2oi
arriving it carnonuis ut 7.30 nun u.is p. m,
neure rstes tin Ontario a Western before
ptirchnslng tickets aiid savo money Day and,'
r.,iieno i" win nmi,
J. C Anderson, Uon. pass. A!,U
T. l'Utcroft, Dlv V'ass, Agt fcranton, Pu
Ladies Who Valuo
Arpfincd complexion mnnt use Fo7fni'n Pon
dor. It producon n noft and benatlful skin
Having BSOUred 'he SHOEING FORGE of
W uiluni Blume & Bnn for a permanent busi
ness stand. 1 shall iiniduet Hdentiflc and
I'nthologlcal Shoeing for the Prevention, He
lief and utile ot Lanenese and other u&psdi-
ments in tho movements of Borses Incidental
or due to Imperfect shoeing. I shall give tho
work my personal attentb n nnd guarantee no
eitra ehnrge, exrept for imruovfincnt. Lame
lines, etc. , will bo treated afternoons A free
clinic and professional advice given every
Monday from 1 10 - r. M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. V, S.
. . BIJOU
FORMERLY MUSIC HALL, Soranton.
Dave Bockafeller.Eessec; Fred. BsnJell. Man.
Grand Opening March 5.
Continuous performance from 2 P.M. to 10 30
Mil. PKANK crsiui iN,
Tin- Prince of Comedians.
The Wonderful "OVDA."
Jt'I.KS .lOi.DON.the Metropolitan Favorite.
inn Msn.n MOMKOst.
M'MAHON AMI KING, d.rect. from Tony
Pastor's Theatre, nw York
America's Premier MaleSopmno,
sik. OBOROK MASSbXL,
Mil. I'ltANK CAKI.TItN,
Beranton's Well-known Ccmedlan.
Ill-: PK1MKOM1 QUAHTUTTK.
y riskc:i.i., Harnums
;..(XH) Noveltv and late or n.tv,
The Great and Only
oveitv .uei isi" oi iiavenv s jias
todon Minstrels and others.
A refined entertainment Is promised and
we intend that ladles and children can at
tend without escorts and will bo given overy
attention and courtesy by ths attachet, un
der the personal attention of Manager Ban
dell. Prices of admission, 10, 2J and li) cents,
with a few reserved seats tor fJ cents.