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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING?. MARCH 10, 1894.
Want of all I: huh rail that inecfc, e.r
tept Situations Wantcit.ulttch are (aatWed
nurse, host uf references. Terms 9LM
per day Addr "W. B.," Trlbon offlc.
billUATIOM WANTED BY DBUGQI8T,
id vur cxtenenoei first oin-s references.
Address, OP1L In care of Tribune omoa.
SITUATION WAN f ED BY A KIRBT CLASS
k book keeper and stenographer; will start
at moderate wage's: can furnish references if
needed. Address .1. C . Box 2iH, City.
CITUATHlN WANTED BY A CABINET
0 maker nnd carpenter In a furniture toro
or where iu ded. .Villiug to make hinuelf
useful. M. D B , ."n Hyde Dark avonn.clty.
Situation wanted as teamster
5 Addro-x P. B , 413 roreot oonrt, city.
r ANTED-POSIT ON. PEUMANENT Hit
traveling; hardware piefomd, faiull'
iar with architects' pinna, Muck clerk, solid
tor or collector. Address 'Middliton," 421
M uro,. avenue.
DKB8ON8 WANTING A LADY TOR
1 washing or office cleaning, cull 41.i (lib
Help Wanted Females.
K GOOD COOK AND ALSO A WAITRESS
iV wanted at .MU Adams avenue. Apply I
toll p. m.
IU' A -. Hol.l.AlC fl'ItKilll'
c- ii. i.
'.P piano, only a few months m UM
awaru struct, ttrocii Hidgc; owner
i ii v kind ol
H'L'ATION WANTED BY
, eicoe who in wilting to do
woikiam in; fair pmwan: era furnish good
reference. Address il 0. (Poat Office.), Scran
tea T)Y A VOUNQ MAN IN DKY QO0O8 OB
I J grocery store, or nmi' puilB whore no
could work up. Sumo experience, good refer
etice. will work cheap. Address P, O. box 7-',
ijosifuiS" WANTED 1
I with technical edueal
BY SOUNO MAN
sation, capable or lin
ing anv work reciuiri'ig energy and a m non
sense Teaching, drauffhting or office work
preferred. Adrcss M. N , Tribune, Scruuton,
117 ANTED-A six nit B1QHT H0R8E
11 power upright boiler, teeond hand Ad
dies-. Mar Steam Dye Works. Carbendale,
U" '"ANTKlV-MAN WItXuPK AND FIKK
insurance experience as solicitor in
Lackawanna county; good IsdaoaaenU to
liglit man Address ll'.'."i 2ll Bttl building.
A' AN 1 ED BOYS AND lURLS WHO
1 wish to make money when out of
nhool: send name and we will tell you h w;
no money want'sj. F. Sl'AYNER, Providence
r ANTED TWO TOUNQ MEN of QOOD
fol.ir.tsrf to call on busllies.1 llollsea.
steady employment for good men. Apply
NATIONAL CLEAN TOWEL COMPANY!
I. OR SALE - A FARM oK ElUHTY ACUI'.f,
I one and one halt mile trom llaltnu on
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad. First ela. farm house wltliauever
tailing spring naarDy; two barns, good land
and good orchard W ill Is. sold .-heap, 'forma
eas,. Address B. l VON stokcII or Isaac
ELLIS, executors, Dalton, Lackawanna
1 MR SALE ACRE
I and utensil. J. M.
I70R SALE I'll BXCHANWB FOR BCRAN--T
ton property A bearing orange grove
increasing in production and value yearly In
tV oranire section lu Florida. Addrea F. E.
NETTLE TON, Lake Helen. Florida
QMH WILL MY A SPLSNDID HOUSE
V of nine looms; best location in Oreeu
Ridge, if told ix foro April 1st: all modem nn
p rO Yemen ta Impure n l Hcduwuro street
J 'OH SALE HINOLE HOI HE, KM yUlNl'V
i avenue; very desirable locution. Anply
5, F. REYNOLDS, or WTLLARD. WAR KEN
fflMWWlLL buy modern NBWe-Rooal
O house, all linproveiiieiiui; terms eiusy; rur
uer Madison avenue and Delewaro btnnit. Ap.
lv BAR RY LEES
tM,UI WILL BL'Y VERY DESIRABLE LOT
C1 corner Madison avenue and Delaware
Street. Terms easy. Apply
Iron and Stool Maiitihtciur.) at List
Signs ot improvement.
HEALTBIEBI AND BEST
city. All conveniences. Relit
moderate, see this perfectly eqatppocl bouee
before ranting etaewnere, w, 0109111 joues,
Sll Spruce street.
VOR R E S T -
pEI'ORT OF THE CONDITION
IV OF THE
Sl'RANTON SAV1NOS BANK AND TRUST
COMPANY OF SCRANToN,
No. 4s"s Laekawaiina avenue, of Lackawanna
county, l'eiiusylvaiuu.at the close of business,
February -'d, lsw:
Cash on bund
Cheeks and other cash Items. .
fine from bunks and bankers
Loans and discounts
1 etc lN,tai.70)
Real estate, furniture and fixtures.. 4.4U) la
Overdrafts fil)7 111
S :tJ.4:i7 17
I?0R BENT RESIDENCE; MODERN 1M
I. prorementa, IV per month. Call at p:w
T70R RENT - THREE - STORY BRICK
r house. Ailami ave. Apt lv MAURICE
COLLINS, agent, T.I West Lack. ave.
DOR RENT TW0.ST0RY IllilcK HoDSE.
r N . -' ll.ul.steud 1 lac. Ap
COLi.IN'S. uncut, Til West lav
Apply MAC RICE
I 'i IR RENT.
r Orst floor. Webster avenue, at Sit).
-CITE OF lOL'R ROOMS i iN
Webster avenue, at Ma t
E. W.sjd, Wool's Colleife.
I 'OR RENT- TWO SToRY BRICK DW'EL-
V lin hoiuw: modern lmprovem -iits: 315
Apply to MAL'RICE
170 f. RENT-STORE ROOM 2Si LAI KA
I. wanna avenue Irom April I. also rooms
on second floor well adapted lor business or
housekeeping. Also house 14 Cupvuae are
hue with an modern improvement.;, beautl
fullypspTed. F s PAUTJ,
1V4 Sanilerson avenuo
L'OR RENT, APRIL 1ST. DOl'BLE STORE
V known as New York Store, double or stu
gle. Apply tFL Paull.;
LTJl Uttri ttlOUE. i.f LAI KAWaN.NA
JT avenuo. by April. I. ! n , ot Henry
Fr. v. 421 Lackawanna avenue or at the
L'oR RENT-THREE ROOMS, FRONT ON
V second floor, oer N A. Hulbert's ramie
tore. 117 Wyoming avenuo, from April L In
quire in the sture.
H0U8S FOR RENT ONE BLOCK FROM
poat office, containlnif fourt "on rooms
and laundry, all In hne . rder Fine locution
to let turnished rooms. Apply at Ml Linden
Capital stock paid in $ S0,0no im
Surplus fund SfiiUOO 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes pulil , ",098 69
Deposits subject to check. . ., 640,001 431
Time certificates ot deposit, 1,10:1 iV'i
Dividends unpaid 0 UQ
A report in detail of above aaonntlea has
been niudu to C 11 Krumbhaar, superinten
dent of banking, ai call-d for.
Stnto of PenuylTUUV County of Lacka
waiinn. ss. :
1, II. S. Klrkpatrlck. assistant, cashier of
the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to til- best.ol
rav kmiwledge and belief, (signed) 11. S.
KiREPATKll'K, Assistant Cashier
SubscritH-d and swiirn tu before mo this lith
day of Mirch. 1891, (Signed)
O. B. PARTRIDGE, Notary Public.
(.Signed i B, N. Wll.LAHD,
L. A. WATRES.
M. .1. WILSON.
CANTAO FoK MEN ONLY IIREATEST
i ' restorer and dev. -loner known, sti-.-nt'ht
ens, invigorates, l rice K Onaranteed -Send
stamp for confidential circular. Dr. H I
MILLER. 21 QnJncy street, Chicago,
cessful Bust D.
lails. 82.01). Full
s salad ' lor '-''. stamp
21 Qnlncy St.. Chlcag
IS HIE ONLY SC(
reloper known. Never
Mr. Dr. n. T. Miller,
TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
Part or all of three hundred feet of yard
room along rail rout Apply at Wi F'ranktiu
RENT-STORE 2oxi OR FURNISHED
hall on Green Ridee street. V'. ry desira-
cle hsation and on reasonable terms. Apply
lo V E. NETTLETON or C. S. WOODRUFF,
Dissolution of Partnership.
DlS9DLCTIoN OF CO-PARTNERSHIP
The co-partnership horitofore existing
between William Welcknrs atel Ernest
1 1 end, under the firm nam., of W. Welcscr,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent Th
jmsineai will lie continued by the said W.
Welcker, to whom all debts due the late firm
must be P'tld. and to whom all claims against
paid firm should bo presented for payment
-eranton. Fn., Marcli I',, I'tii
Chicago Orain and FrovUions.
BcttANToH, March '.I. The followlnj quota
tionsare supplied ati.l Corrected daily tiy La
Bar & Fuller, stock brokers.121 Wyomin are
r. Mny. Julr.
a74 in t)
575. gn din.
6T, 69U (Ilia
g: :m OljJ
rsu r7s swm
it'iv, H7-S fsH
C4M b7 6s
m :il 2s?4
2"."s hi m
&U, ;il fc
iko ruo ii6J
1 3D LSI 11-17
HHi 1188 in.
1.31 lllu U4
i s7 KO
191 lis; 18)
1)110 llsO (172
091) 2 1.72
no .",ii: we
r.l"0 S.i7 tM
6 '7 ef7 We
M- LV1 6U2
TtJOnCE- ALL WHO WISH OOOD IN FOR
nation concerning H.w.-r culture or
.farming of any depart DM lit. should procure
one of John Lewis Clillds catalogues. It Is
beautifully Illustrut d and contains the most
all. able instructions of any catalogue ever
published and should lie called the uciue cata
logue. Mr. Chi Ids has the largest circulation
of practice of any s-edsiusii in the Unit"d
States, and the inost-re iubln and trustworthy
A'l orders are attended to with great intorest.
which gives satisfaction to the puichaser. In
buying seeds or bulbs people will bo better
satisfied to buy of this firm, besides he glvo.
a premium w hich la very luehly approbated by
his patronlzers. The Mayflower, which they
publish, is a very good guide to lovorsof Mow
ers or out of door work It would he b ird to
ssy too much In prslsn of this exc.-ilunt paper,
which Is so earnestly studied by so many
thousands of people all over our fair land. No
one can afford afford to l.e w lthont the May
It LAN K
1) zins, otc., bound
relsiund at Till:
TP YOi; ARE INTERESTED IN CALIFol!
1 nla you should have our pamphlet on the
resources ot that slut i it (lescrities grei
bargains Pamphlet frae. F(mtftr A Wood
Son, 144 Washington street. Chicago.
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Somen street and Franklin ave
nue Twenty meal tickets for KM Oood
Not Dafdsnad v. lib it.n . i .-.
"John Ii. welter mu nn Ohio politloiu
in the ny buck days, said mi Old gent
man WuO was ontSrtaiOIDg several JTOtlDg
men In the whent pit of the Isiaril of trad
Ths crowd dm been talkina about. Ohio
men just before the luirriih broke In.
"John went to California in the early
ilnya, and I think he was elected governor
or lieutenant (nveninr. I don't, remember
which, of that, state. Ho came buc k to Ohio
once nftenvurd on n visit. On his return to
California lie went by vessel, as that was
the only way of ijriinn in those clays unless
you went, overland, which wnan't always
safe. The vessel on which John returned
was wreclt"d on Ilnncador roof, and th(
uiNHcnuein lct all their hajf(raKe.
"They also had to subsist on anything
that country bad and live in huts until
another yeaeel came to carry them on home.
Finully tool all succeeded In reaching
'Friaco. Many frienda uf the reecucd met
tlicmnt the pier, floine of WwlOrl nil
inlrers welcomed lilm. He gave them a
graphic account of ( lie wreck uud the hur
" 'Did you save anything?' asked one of
the Mead! who hud listened.
" 'Not a thinj- but my character,'
' 'John,' said an old forty-niner who
i.u.l known 'filer in Ohio, 'you urrived in
California with less baggage than any man
1 ever heard of.' "Chicago Tribune.
THE FAVORABLE REVIEW OF DUN
Output of Piir, Iron Increases Ten Per
Cent., While Unsold Stocks Have
Begun to Dwindle, in Response to
the Reawakened Demand Prices,
However, Continue Low Various
Opinions as to the Outlook in An
thracite -Miscellaneous Industrials
The most distinct gain of the week's
trading, according to Dun, i in iron
and steel manufacture The increase
of the output of pig Iron was 10 per
cent, during the month, though it U
atili 1)7 8 per cent, less than a year ago.
It le also ateted that aotne other furn
aces have gone into blast since March
1. mill Hint unsold stocks have made
practically no increase in February, so
that the actual consumption in all
branches of mannfactnre is at least 10
nor cant, greater than in Novoiubcr,
December or Jauuarv. Yet pricoj are
lower, steel billets $15.25 at Pitteburg,
and plates $1.15 at Philadelphia, tbe
lowest ever known. borne moderate,
but no important contracts are re
ported here, and in Philadelphia busi-
uess in finished products is not as uc-
tive as it was two or three Weeks ago.
At l'ltlsburg markets are weaker in
spite of fairly large orders fur atruo -
turul iron, ami encouraging conditio:!
iu the produoliou of wire, rols and
nails. 1 facie in bar irnu is very un
satisfactorily, rails are II it an I with a
larger production ot ooke, contracts
are made as low as ever,
In Ilia the opinion of the Philadel
phia Stockholder, next weok's meeting
of the coal sales agents will see n re
duction of prices, especially if the
weather continues warm. Thj extent
of the reduction is yet to be deter
mined, though it is probable it will be
from 10 to HQ cents t or ton on all sizss
except pea aud buckwheat, the demand
for which continues to absorb the sup
ply unite readily : I hiring tbe past week
tbe market at Philadelphia and New
York has been quoted quiet and iirm
especially for the siz.-s named, but
some culling on domestic sizes hue
been reported. Trade is (lull in the
west, where mill weather has aim
prevailed. Prices nre said to be
steadily held there, hut there is littlt
doubt mat concessions have been mad
to buyers. The New England market
is flat, ttte (leiiiaiul falling oil with the
lisappgaratice of cold wenther, and t:i
little business which has bdoti reported
has been done at a sliaila under cir-
ulur prices. The only encouraging
feature to note in the general condition
of the trade is cor.tniusd success in
curtailing production. Tae agreement
is being lived up to very closely by the
A dispatch from Uniontown says:
The dull times have forced wages lo so
low a point in the coke region that the
worker have at last set about to resist
further reductions. Saeret meetings
are being held and the men are per
fecting the oldtime powerful organizi
tion that existed prior tn the disastrous
strike of lslll. The Nationnl Board of
United Mine Workers have sent organ
izcrs into the region and nre furnish
ing money to assist in putting the
okera on a war footing. 8ome of the
opTntors pay in store truck and have
not had n cash pav-day Tor many
months. A demand is to tie made for
cash pay and uniform wngos.
Announcement is made -that some
soft coal contracts hav been taken re
cently on a basis of if 2 "1 per ton nt
Philadelphia, against 3 00 par ton
last year. This wonld be without sig
nlficsnce were it noi for the fact
that it is tacitly understood that the
railroads will make up the diSennot
in price by a reducli in in freight rates
For the week ended March 3 the de
crease in the anthracite output of t' e
tliree regions aggregite.l 811,344 tons,
milking the total decreafu for the year
to date l oOli,, bl tons. 1 he Wyoming
regions loads in point of redoctd oat
put for th" week, the decrease having
been 101,1800 tons, compared with tli
Lehigh Vnlley's decrease of 20,557 tons,
and the Schuylkill's decrease of 03,41!)
tous. The total tonage for the week
was 012.81)1 tons, against H3I.00-I tons
same wek lust yoar. The restrictive
policy of the large companies is re
fl cted hv a ce-nation of rate-cutting,
but the trade cintinuos duil :
Iff nn idl ness of several months. The
plaut is pushed with orders uud will wake
5u,HJ0 bricks a day.
The U-iueli mill of the Koailliig iteming
Mill company resinned operations Thurs
day morning, and with Otner department
milling the inn! gives employment- to
nearly lino men.
In rebuilding the coil storage yard jig
house nt Schuylkill Haven, which was de
stroyed by lire several weeks ngo, the
Heading Coal an I Iron company have
planned some very big addition iu the
shape of extra trackage, machinery, etc.
.v .uh HHI moil aic now at work mid in a
short lime employment will be given to
OVer 200 construction men.
The Mouoiigahela Iron roinpnuy has re
sumed in all deiiartinents. I bis main's
thu fourteenth mill which has started up
In full lately in the Pittsburg region. The
workers iu rolling nulls begin to feel that
better times will soon come to them.
fho new llarveM.ed plant at th i Home
stead Stool Works ha been completed end
the Urst test plate will b sent to the
naval proving grounds at ;ludian Head at
once. The now plant cost the (. uruogte
Hteel company about tLOlXLIlOa. although
It was thought at Urst that f 75iJ,oOi would
bo all that WM necessary.
The lllnck Diamond Steol work wero
bu-icr lust, January than during tins same
n out lc of 1H!M, mid orders are said to be
pluiiui.il. in.. Chaileiol Olass plaut of
Macbeth cv Co, will Co put In operation
The steel works of the Johnson mill nt
Johiititowu will resume Monday.
The number of fuilnres during the past
week has been 24K in the United Stales,
against 1111 lost year, and til) in Canada
against, 112 lust yoar. Scarcely a muglo ouu
is of importance.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCJAL
Etocka and Bond.
N'kw Yoiik, March 0 Thoro was less
activity at tbo Stock lxuhaiige today
than Tor several days past, the transac
tions fooling up only 1711,000 slmros.
Tliero was no trace of the foverUhnesi and
excitement which have rooently character
ized speculation in this specialty, (sugar)
but it still holds first place bot'i lu point
of activity and fluctuation. Tbe stock
was sold down 1 nt the opening to b0'.
Hie luKiders staled that the sugar duties
as llxed by the luuaie liunuce committee
were uiiHstistnctory to the trust and would
virtually cripple t ho independent refiners.
The stock touched its lowest pilco withiu
a few minntes after the opening of busi
ness and crept op stenlily until It reached
'JOtf, closing ut SDK. being a gain of
The foil .wing complete table showing the
day's tliictuatioiis in active stocks la supplied
anil revised dally by Laliar A F'ullor, stock
brokers, llll Wyoming nveuuu:
Connolly & Wallace
SIX ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Irf f Ladies' Umbrellass, made of
J J Cotton Gloria, Paragon frame
and fast black.novelty handles. Special
pneo, $1.00 each.
I A A Dozen Children's Hosiery,
I UU seamless and fast black. A
genuine bargain Siz3s 6, 63, 7,at 10c;
sizes 1V2, 8. 8y,. at 12 y.e.
1 QC" oz Boy3' Fam0U3 Oast
Vn irorj Hosiery; our special
number. The best stocking for service
ever made. 25c. Der Dair.
Am. Cot. Oil ,
A. T. & S. F
Cen. N. J,
Chic. & N. W IU.')
C H. A! (i,
0.. C. C. &Ht. L...
Col . Hock.Val. T,
i). & a... ,
D L. & W
U. E. Co
L. .4 N ,
Mat. hat hen ,
Y. ,t N
Y O. & W..
Y.,B. & V.
s. 0. Co
North Puc. pf.,
.C. As I
Testis & Pac..,,
& L. B
W. &L. E. pf..
Wye mlng. .
"1 lecn use
Mar. .1. iVar. I.
HM. Mil Dif
MUM Ml t lilM
i'i .v.. 1:111.1111 U,t1
lfl,UIQ PfM 09,411)
UI2.HU1 Wl.oiia 241.1912
t,14tiM i),Tl,T:ll 'ItHttTtl
CEAlEI PItOl'OHALS WILL I1K UK
O colved up tonoon, loth Inst., for the us
ravatlnK reijulred for now building, corner of
Wyoniiug avenue and Kpriicu street Plans
ntei .pcclllcatlons may Is. obtained upon ap
JOHN A. DLCKWoltTII, Ar. hit. et,
44 Coal Exchange llulldlng.
ceaud pbopobaTS wifcir lit
l5 celvcd nt the otto of thu city clerk,
tkranton, Pa., until 7 IIO o'clcs-k p. in., Thur
day, March 15th, 1HUI. to nonslruet a terra
cotta pipe dram with receivers and fixtures.
'The said drain to commeucn at a point at the
westerly corner of Humnur avenuo uud Pott
bono strecd, thence ext oid westerly through
privite propjrty ti lleraldine ccnut. a ills
innoe o. about one hundred and fifty -live
feet, thence south Westerly ulong said Her
aldlue court, a distance of about one hundred
feed; thence noith westerly through privnte
property ndistiucoof about one hundred and
fori y two and oun half f e t to Lincoln avenue:
thence In the same dlioction across Lincoln
avenue, a d. stance of about fifty-two and one
Mil feet. Bidders shad enclose with each
proposal the sum of twenty Ave dollars cash
orcortlQed check, as a gum nt- to comply
with ornnoHal ir swarded the cofltl a tt In case
the ibidner to whom the contract shall havi.
been awardod, emits to ex colli a contract lor
vssld work within tn days from dato of
award, the enclosure accompanying Ids pro
pcsal shall bn forfeited to the use of the city
of Korantou. The city leiorves th i rliiht to
reject Hny or all bidn Ily order .-fthe city
councils. M. .1, LAVELLE,
Soranton, Pa., Harch 3, lbUI.
The Medical Csn of Klectrlrlty.
The ideas that, people attach to the value
of electricity nnd mngnetlsin are often sad
ly erroneous. I tial elec tricity lu the hands
of the skilled medical practitioner may bo
of great benellt In the treatment of disease
Is beyond all doubt; but It is also true, uu
fortunately, that people very frequently
do themselves great Injury by reaortlng to
electrical remedies without the advice of a
physician, simply upon their own Judg
ment, or the ivirelens recommendation nf ,,
well i nt . ni ii en. I but, ignorunt friend. Th
HUecrstitionH that exist on this subject arc
of tbe most, absurd nature. People talk of
the curative effects of magnetism, while,
as Sir William Thomson haa shown, the
biggest magnets do not exert the slightest
influence ou nny part of the hiinwiti body
If the electrical current Is tu bo used, let
the family doctor tie consulted Urst. New
York Commercial Advertiser.
Couldn't Uu Worse.
"I have, here," remarked tbo lone- haired
man ns he laid n bundle of manuscript
upon the editor's dusk, "two poems. Which
is the botterf"
With a weary sigh 'ho editor ulancci
over the first he came to, thou laid it down.
The other a tho lictter," aaid he, resum
Ing his interrupted labor. Kato Field's
f c e ii
Tin. ski 'in t art of beauty lies not in cos
luetics, nut is only in pure blood, and a
healthy perfoi mnnce of the vital funutlons.
to be obtained by using Burdock 1 Hood
MINOR Inhcrtkial Notes;
Thu Catawliesa division of the Heading
railroad Is now being ecpilpped with the
stnudsid semaphore order and block sys
tern of buriinla
fuiierliitendeut Twilling, of the Central
ban issued an order to all freight and coal
conductors running on main lino, Munch
( hunk to Scraiilou, to report in the rogu
lar form to the general car agent nt Jersey
city tbo movement oi mi rrapty coal cam
The Lehigh Valley railroad has supplied
Its passenger and freight, agouti with
neatly pilnted cards on one side of which
appear the name of Its representative and
outnuiHiior a map oi tun rcnia sot in
heuvv black (.'round work.
Ueuernl Lilly's estate was worth ILUUU,-
(KaT W. T. Cnrtei's Is estimated nt
in .v k i, non.
Australia mined tUoT.tHV tons of coal
last year. The supply is anpsretitly in
exhaustible ana Is counted on to he nn
important factor in ths future Industrial
development ot the country.
Tbo coal trade shows little or no uu
provement, the wnrin wenthorhaschecked
what llttlo demand set iu last weok, and
the business doing shows only a small
I he amount of capital stock of the
1'ennsylvnnlu Itnllroud company out. land
mg at the close ot lew was flli u, 1,1) .o, an
iucrease of FJ, .Ml."i, o,Vl, due to the run vers
ion of that amount of tho serin dividend
declared In May, lH'.m
I'mighkoepKie. bridge (Philadelphia,
Iti-udiiig and New Kugland) bondholders
decline they are content to rest on tho
Heading guarautee,) whloh tliey believe
An order has I eon posted In the Dubois
otllces or the liullalo, Kecclinster mill I'll Is
burg railroad leducing tiy 10 tier cent, the
wages of all employes rerelving over till
mouth. It will sff.ct 61)0 mi n nnd will
take effect March 10,
The opposition to tho Pennsylvania rail
road management, which will be broucht
nut at thu annual meeting next week, is
expected to result as uerotofore, only
vice rrttranni . i uroen. or the Penn
svlvnnia railroad, has gone to Thoma.vllle
The Sstueltnu liriuk compaiiy's No. 1
plaut lesumed work Thuisday morulng
with n large mini bur of men aud boys, at
M m 'MX
itii 'iSM iif'li
L'7-4 V::-H Mi; I'JTjb
4U4 47 HWi, 47
lUfj 1116 HUM 115
iii 'iiiis iii"
IIU ii I:-, 12
WU, W I'.i'h WH
lot, my 16' Ibii
iw im i6,i4 vm
HHi ii'.'i Li in
itU isi, isii isi.4
:r,i its ;i7 H 8.1
17'., hit! lilbl PH-,
t:u ml Km it's,
i,HW Clii4 bl'.is UliU
4-1s 4W 42
DIM Hi Ml llti
Ill's ln?s WM WH
is hU n hU
IM4 UM IfVii 18U
UU 4i4 UM
SeHH rou wvi m
is inj 11
4"H 4'.l!4i i'M 4llJh
Dozen Men's Colored Border,
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at
Half Price. 10c. each.
Dozen Ladies' Kid Gloves. Do
not fail to eret in on thean t.wn
lots, at 79c. and $1.12.
T OQ Boys' Navy Blue Sweaters,
AWV,a superb quality; usually
sold for $3 00. Our price, $2.00.
Spring Capes and Jackets Now Open for Inspection.
CONNOLLY II WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
0pp Court House.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
GENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. I
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthrae-lto coal Deed exclusively, insuring
clcaulliii ss and c omfort.
Ti.Mi; TABU II BttVaOI IHB. I, UM,
Trains luavo Scrantoii for PitUtOO. Wilkes
llnrro, ate , nt (tin, U.IJ, 11 :tu a. m., VIA), '1W.
tM, ri.no. 7. 2.1. 11,08 p. m Sundays, .UU u. in.,
l.uo, iw, 7.10 p. m.
For Ailaiitie: City, H.10 n. m.
Tor Now York, Newark and Elizabeth, H.13
(expre ss) a. m . l-'.idi (exproa with Duflut
parlor car), II .'IU (i xprus; p. m. Hunduy, iOO
l'OH JUri II CHI Mi, Al.l.l MOB 111 Till. I
MKM, EasToK and PB1LADKLPHIA, 1.10 a. m..
vim a.no. a.( (uxcopt PbOadolpula) p, bl
Sunday, auuii. m
For I.ono IiiiAMi ii, Ocean Ouovb, etc., at
H.IOa. m . IJ.llOp. m.
For Heading. Lebanon nnd Hnrrleburi;, via
AllBiitown, MO a. m., VMi 5.0ft p.m. Sunday,
-.10 p. m.
For I'ottsville, s.Hla. rn , 12.80 p. m.
Iteturnlng, le ave New York, fo nt of Liberty
street. Nonb river, ut '..10 (express) n. m.,
Lift l.UU. 4.:U (cxpross with BoBet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday, 4.:tl n. in
Leave PhttuelpnU, Ueadlag Terminal, ftoo
a. m., 2.00 and 4.:f i p. m. Sunday, fttt n. to.
Throuirli tickets to all points nt lowejt rates
may bo had on anplicatlon iu ndvnuco to thu
ticket agent at th) statu n.
B. P, BALDWIN,
Den. Pass. Agent.
J. EL OLHAUSEN,
" KSTI.K S HAII.IP1AI)
Trains loavo Hcranton as follows: Express
for New York and all points East. 1.80, Z'M,
5. IT, N Ol ijiid U.-'iO a m. ; 12 6" and 3 80 p, m
Express for liushiu, Trenton, Philadelphia
and th" South, 5.1& 8.00 and K.50 a. m.; UM
and II iVl p m.
Washlijgton and way stations, li.40 p. m.
Tobyhaona aorouimodatiun, ail) p. m.
Expr ss Tor Hinghainton, Oswogo, F.lmira,
oniing. Hath. Iiaiisvlllc, Mount Morris and
UutTalo. VIM). 2 Ifi a. m. and I .'I p. m., making
Hose coniiiH-tioiisat Buffalo to all point! fi 83
West, Northwest and BoUthwftt,
Huffslu aeeieminodatiun, U.uTl a. in.
BbiKliamtoii and way stations, U 37 p. in.
Nicholson and wav stutious. 8.1a p. m.
Blnghamton and Elmlra Express, MB p.m.
Expre-ss fur Cortland, Hyrucmse, Otwego,
Ltlca and Ulchfleld Springs, lit n. m. aud LM
Ithsca. 2.18 nnd ftltQ a m, nnd 121 p. m.
Plymouth. Bloorasburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Wllllnnuport, Ilarrislmrg, Baltimore, Wash
Ingtc'ii and the South.
Nortliuuih..rland and Intnruiedlato stations,
D on. MOt. m. and LBU and 0.07 p. m.
Nantlook and intormedintn stations. SOS
nnd 11.91 a. in Plymouth and Intirmedlati
htatlons, MOand ft&to, m
Pullman parlor and slueiiing f oaches on all
For detailed information, pockettim-. tablns,
etc., npply tu M. L. Smith, city ticket olfl'ie,
32s Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket office.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATURDAY, MARCH 10.
Tho Inimitable L'omody Farce,
THE SKATING RIM
The funny comedy up to date, produced
with many scenic and electric features and a
cast of iucompnrabls artists, among whom
may, ' mentioned Fle,ra Finluyson, L-ona
V.I.WK. uejie. jiarun rreei i rler, James Stur
gls, lurry Nelson, Josoph F. Spark snd Nat
The Electrical Eecentricitiaa.
The Droll Comedians.
Halo opens Thuisday.
New York Produce Market.
Ntw Ynnx. March 11. Flocr- Quiet.
Wheat Fairly active, U'o.; lower clos
ing steady; No. 'i red store aud
vator, 0Wnt)."c.; nlloul, 03ao!)Mc,:r, o.b.,
fjaji'a&lJiC.; nngraded, tMM0j No, l
northern, 0sVial.s"4i'.: options were dull,
steady; No. I red; March, 01?'".;
May, fw ;c: June, OlJic; .iniv, DOXO. 1
August, OOJs.: yeptomU'r, OSc. ; Deceim-
coun Dull, cpilet. easier; No. ?, 4.1
4Hc ; elevator, 48Ka.4Wo.cj ntloat, options,
dull, weak, lower: March, itif0. ;
April nnd, May l-3,c.; July, bio.
Oats Dull, lower; options modcratciy
active, weaker; March, pBltO. ; April.
c,; May, S;Yc; No. 2 white. April,
17Wc: spot pi ices No. '.'. 37c, ; No.'J white,
88HC.;N0. Chicago, sSc; No. 8, white,
Ictfc-; mixed western, BBMJO.; whlto dc.
and white ftnto 40048c
nir.v Quiot, steady, uncbang;d.
TlBBCID BbBV Dull, steady.nncliaiied.
( 0T M:iats Qoitt, easy, unchanged.
Laud Unlet, weak; western steam,
7ll2'; city, BJfC.; March, . UU: .Mnv,
20; retlned, cpiie); c.mtinent IT.oOl
Soillll Ann ricii. SS 211; comtiouud, (MOMO,
PciliK Slc ilcrnto doliinnd; extr.i prime.
llUTTEli rnir demand, stealer; west
ern dairy n.iw, HialSa: do. creamery, ISa
is. I do. factory, I0al80.l rolls, lOalOO.:
I'eunsyivntiia creamery, new, tab.) olgins.
( HF.tsE lair demand, firm: fancy,
HSal2c.; part skims, UalUn.; lull skims,
EouaUulst. loss firm; slntonnd l'enn-
svlvnuia, loft: western fresh, lTValSo.)
deck. 27a.'!0c. ; limed, lie; southern, , i
r eranton Wholaaal Market
Bcra!ton, Mar. I). Famre 4id Pao-
Dvcx Lined aiiplrs, per lb., Bare. : evap
orated apple-, malic, per lb.; Turkuh
Iiruu, 4 '-., .English currants, Va-H'a;
ayer laisin, fl.75al.S0; muscatel 1.20a
l.liii per box; uw Valencia, Ua7.
UBANB MBrrOW-IBU. K.OOa2.00 POT
bushel; mediums. il.70al.WI.
i'lArt iireen. 1.28al.,10 per bOBlMinoUl
U.50n2.l'iO; lentels, Halllc. per pound.
Potatokh OOalioc. per bushel.
Onions!- OOnToc. per bnslie I.
Buttxu 20a2fic. per lb.
CBEXsalOaiDe. per lb.
Euot-Freh.lHKallU: pickled, Hui.'k-.,
I'c.iui,TUY-('hickons, dressed, HUniaUc. :
MIAT8 nam. llVs.: lent. 103. c;
iklnued bams, ln'-.'o, ; California hams,
I- Y-; shoulders, dry salted belliss,
tto. I mokd breakfast bacon. 11
fresh pork lolna, Ucj "Wyomlug" porn
sausage, Ho.; Wyoming home made sau
sage, .i poll ml pull, Inrded, lie,; butch
er' sausage, Hc our own innke; fresh
pork shoulders, Po.: fresh pigs' feet,
M, fresh jugs' heads, 8c; freeh spare
ribs, 8c.; fresh leaf lard, Ho.; frvsh
kidneys, be, doz.; rough sausage
meat, HHc: tongue, S'c; plucks, ficeaoU;
whole hogs, lo.
Poiik Mess at 117; short rut, iK
Laud l eaf In tlere at dc.i In tnli.
'-'Sc.; Ill ll)pound pails, inc.; In 8-pound
pans, iuBc; e pound pall. 1UX. per
Hekv Choice sugar cured, smoked beef,
FLoon Minnuiota patent, per barrel
t4.4lla4.'l; Uhlo and Indiana ambsr, at
M.78; Uraham at (ftoO; rye flour, at
HtiCKWHEAT Fu)rJB-$2.S5 per owt.
FiEii-Mlxed. parewt, at II .00.
Uihais Kye. Oft.; com. 4b to IM.; oat.
IVa45c. per bushel.
Philadelphia Tallow Mai lot.
1 1 1 1 1 a : . 1. 1 i iii . March U.Th11uw was
quiet aud steady. Pilces wore. Prime
city, in hogshead, 4c.; prime coun
try, in hicRshe'iids, ia.; do. dark, In hugv
heiids, 4)ic. ; cakes, flc, grense, 4l'c.
I in li loo's A I n . ; l Seclv-.
The beHt salvu lu the world for ("uti
Utilises, Sore, Ulcers, llt ltbeum, Fever
Seres, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and nil tskiu Eruptions, ami posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay leipnlrod. It
is guaranteed to give perlect Hatistnetlou
ur money refunded. Price M ceuta per
box. i'ui ulo by Matthew Dion.
IBHIOa VALLEY RAILBOAD,
J Feu. II, li;.
Train lenves H.-raiiton for Philadelphia and
New York via. 1). II U 1(. at s a.m. 12.10.
2.;isund 11.10 p. m via D , L. Ai W. II. It , UOO,
s.lls, 11.20 a. in., and 1..I0 p. in.
Livei Bcronton tor Pittston and Wilkes
Harm via D., L & W, Il.lt., H.OJ, 3 03,11.2)
a. in , I.:), IfiU, li.07, t.n p. m.
Leave BorantOB for Whim Haven, Ilar.le!ton,
Pottsvillo and nil points on the Beavar
Meadow and Pottavilfe branches, via R. A- w,
V.. 0 III a.m.. Via I). , II. II. H. at H a m.. 12. 10
2..'H 4.U1 p.m. via D , L. & W. K. It., (1.1)0, (..OS,
u.'Ji u in., i.3n. S780 p.m.
Leave BeraatoB for Bethlehem, Boston,
KiMillng. llarrishurg and sll ntemwdiat I
points via 1). A- II. II. H., s a in .12 10. 1.38, IM
p.m., via D., L. A: W. it. H..i. U0 s.liS, 11.20 a. m..
1.1 1 p.m.
Leave Bcranton torTonkhsBBosk, Tow.mli,
Limine. IthOOS, tl nieva and nil intermedi it i
points via D. & II. R.B.,S.lr7 a in.. 12 10 and 11.31
p. m., via D. U efc W K B., s oh a mnl-Wp in.
Leave Scranton for It.K'hester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, D.-tr-it. Chicago and all points
we st via D & II. It. It. 9.07 a.m., 12 10,li.tvll.8"
p. m , via D. L. & W. R. It. nnd Pittston
Junction, HUH a m U10 U J p. m . v.a E W.
It R.. 8.41 B, IB.
For Elm ra and th I west via Sal uu mo i, yt
H. is II K R ft07 a. in., 12 I0.tt.ia p. m . via D.,
L. .t W. Lit, 0tSa in.. 1 in and Ii.'i7 p ra,
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
rars ou all tra ns betweefl L & H. Janotlon or
Wilkes llarre and New York, Phllacl lp'iH.
i.ieiineo nece .ecHpeiu-neii
Kill. I, IN H WILBUR, Hen. Supt. East Dlv
CIIAH S, LKB. (..n. Pas.. Ag t. Phila.Pi
A W NONNEMACHER.As't O-n Pass Ag't.
south Bethlehem, Pa,
DELAWARE AND HUD
Coiiimcnring .May BL IsiiJ,
train will run an follows:
Train leave Bridge Street
station. Hcranton, for Pitts-
t n. Wilkes liarrc, etc., .(,
'.117, 0 37, 10 42 a. in.. 12.10,
1,25. 2.3S. 4 III. 8.1c, (1.18, 11.18
anil 11,16 l m
For New York and Phila
delphia, MIU a. iu . 1210. IJO,
MB, 4.10 and 11.80 p. m-
rr ll'iiicsilalc i trom 1 icl iware. l.nckawanm
uid we tern depot), 7 u), 8.80, 10 10 a.m., li oj
m ., 8.17, 1 10 p. ill.
For Carloiidale and intermediiita stations.
6.4(1. 7 00, c.lK', 10.10 a. m . ItOJI m ,2 17, 3.2i,S 10
S.SDand BBS p. m ; from bridge street Dtno.
tn n. in.. I.ITaBd 11 :8 p. m.
Fast express to All. illy, faratnga, the Adi
n ndaek Mountains, Dost n and New F".igland
points. 8. Ill , m , arm. n: at AU'.'.ny 124.1
Saratoga 2.2U p m, slid lavinr Sematuu at 1
p in , nrrivlng nt Albany ats.8 'p m., Sara
toga. 12 Via. in . and B istoii. 7.00 a. m
Tin-only dire ct rout., between ttw eoolfteldi
and Il.vston "The Lc adlng Ttir.rists' Route
of America'' to !ln Adirondack Mountain ri
sort c. Lakes Heorge and I 'liainplain, Montreal,
Time tables showing local and through train
sorvlce between stations on nil divisions Dela
ware and Hud SOtl System, may In. obtained at
all Delaware and lluilsun ticket otHe;rs.
11. (4. YOUNG. .1. V 111 UDICK,
Second Vice President Oon. Pass. Ait.
HIE AND WYOM1NU VALLEY RAIL
i'raln le ave Scranton for Now York and in
tcriuediate points on the Erie ra.lroad at 4,0
a. in. and 3.21 p m. Abo for Ilawloy and
locnl points at rt 3.1. tM and 1 21 p ra.
Train leaving t t.ts a. m ndS.tl p.,
are through trains to and from Mones-iale.
Trains lu.ivu for Wilkes-Barru ut6 4'J a. m. and
3.41 p. m.
We have the hand
somest line of Parlor
and Drawing Room
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
MONDAY. MARCH 12
The Coe.uelln of Irish Comedy,
In his latest aud gTtatest comedy succors--
The Rising Generation
By Wm. OUT Beautifully Staged.
C li1 II1 ,T!-C 0ret n-e of Draw Poker
OJEilii IheHextettoof Graceful Dancers.
Tho up-to-Date Comedy.
Halo opens Friday.
commencing MONDAY, KA l((U J
ever shown in this
state and we would
like you to see it.
Wonderland Theatre Co.
Monday. Tiusday am WcCnrsiJay.
Boucl'-ault's Uieat lrth Play.
COLLEEN : BAWN
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Streets of New York
ADMISSION, IO,flO an'. SOCXKTS. Optra
chalisran be rater ved, by nvmlcr. every af
ternooo, from 1.80 to : n. Icrthe e vening'!,
eiitertainineot. Performanc. se-vc i v nfteiiio.ii
txcept MundsvK and Thortdayt, at 2.30. and
oven evening at 1 i. Poors open at LOU tad
OJ I". J.
SI'K ANTcHN Hill KIN.
in liiii'ci Jaaaaw asih, inim
m im ifoi
Mi tfu l 'J'.l.
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3; ij w
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9 Q S H MU rupi Dally. Kx- - S J
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i' m arrive Leave
US N Y. Praiiklln rit .! ...
7 ID West 42nd street ...
7 U0, Wci'huv. ken
c n Arrive l.e nve j
i ID titnoook JunoilOB a u
7 0 ...
7 IM ...
7 I.'. .
7 ml . . .
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HM HI2.' 4 17
SO. l.i .'111 40
l) e. Boekafeller.Leaaet
; Kred. Bandell. Man.
Grand Opening March 5.
Continue. us performance from 2 P.M. to 10 3.1
MR FRANK CI mum IN,
1 he Prince- of l oraedisn-.
The Wonderful "fl)A."
.U 1 B8 JOriOON.the Metropolitan Favorite.
THE SIBTKRt MdHKOB.
M'MABON AM) KINO, direct from Tony
Pastor's Theatre, Now York
America's I remler Main Soprano,
Ml'. OBOROK IIASsn r
MK PBANK OAMLTON,
Scranton 's Well-known Comedian.
UU PK1MROSE Ql AKTl.TTK.
The Ur.-at nnd Onlv KIBMRLL, Ilarniim's
Je.OlO Novelty and late of Haverly's Mas
todon Minstrels and others.
A reflm-'. entertainment Is promised, and
we Intend that ladles and children can nt
tend without earorta and will be given every
attention nnd courtesy by the attaches, uu
eier the personal attention of Manager Ban
dell. Iricesof udiuisslon, 10, 29 and l cents,
with a few reserved reaU for 50 conts
Arrive a iia m r
All ttalns run dull v eiOtBt luodtr.
f slunllle that trains step on :il null lor pas
sengers. Addlllnnul trains leave Ciiitiniitalii for Pcraaee
tnn i. in and S.U p. in., SiTlvU at Nciautun i.u
and 7.00. I
Leave Poraoton for carbaredalc 8.11 and 1 sol
arriving, n! Cart indole at 7 .18 and :i 15 p. in I
- coin c i ai i s v in c mi ai in a v. ...tn ii iH'ioro
purchasing tickets BOB sure muiicv Hay ami,
Nlligi K prc.-s to the est
.1 C Aiidcisoii, (ion. ltsn Art.
T. nitOTOlti DlV I as, Agl Briaiiton, Ku
Ladies Vho Valuo
A refined coinplc .Ion mnatuan Ponont's I'ow-j
der. It produces n noft. aad tN'autlful skin.
That wnaro beadaoarttri lor evervthliig In
the line nt WATCH lis. If yn have anv Idea,
of purchasing anv kind of a Watch, ladv'sor
gent's. Hold or silver, yon will make a griev
ous mistake It voudonet irlve in a call and
get our prlcos, which yon will find far Mow
all otners, especially in all the high grades of
Mlein. Waltltatu and llaineilen movemcntee
If you have any doubts and nre nt nil posted
on prices gio us a call and it. will have no
trouble in convincing veil. We still hare a large
stock to dlsp e-e of, and will offer yon won
ilertul Inducements in Jewelry, Mlverwari",
Clocks and all other goods wluoli wo have to
C. W. Freeman
P nn Ave. nml Spruce St.
llnvlniMcM ured the SUOElNtl POIKH'. ot
W nil. .iu Illume M S .n for n permanent busi
Bet stand. I shall conduct McUntlflo aici
Patlwlwiaal bhoe Bg for tbe 1'ieventlon, he
MI undone of Lameness and other Impedl
niciits in the moron ents of Hoisc incidental
.er due to lmierfoel shh, lug I nhall give the
workmy ptrtOBBl utlenti u ami gnarnnUia no
extra charge, except lor nn pi uvc mint. Ijinin
OtSti etc., Will beueatiid nfteriUHcns. A free
clinic and profe'siunnl ndvleu given every
Monday I. in . iu - I. M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. V, S.
Co.il of the Best o,ua!ltv for domestic nse.and
of nil size delivered in any part of the city
at lowest price.
Orders left at my oftloe.
NO. U8, WYOMINO AVliM'f.
Roar room, fir-it floor. Third National Bank,
or ent by mail or telephone to tho mine, will
receive prompt aitennon.
.Special contract will be made for
aud delivery of Unokwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
OIL AND MANUFACTURING Cft
Msinifactnrers and Dialers 1
Burnfngt Ml Q-Oi
Use Sliafting anil Journal Greasa.
OFKICK:-721 VVnt Lackawanna Ave,
WcdihS Meridian Street