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THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE -SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 24, 1894.
H'anfs of all kinds oosf that much, e.c
tept Situation WanttdyWhich arc inserted
"I' ANTED ItV (Ki(il) DBE88MAKEK
VV sewing. Kausuniibly and 1.1) done
lit I. .iii... iir will ii out ly llio tiny. 1 1 or
address MISS STELLA DEAHLEH, Urove
street Taylor, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED HV A MIDDLE
. O aged lady us housekeeper or as companion
lot 1111 invalid. Address, E. D. Tribune o ill c , ,
" rouifU man wants POSITION as
bookkeeper, clerk or solicitor! four years'
rxperionoe a bookkeeper; hoit of reteroucee,
Including last employers: bund if hicesaury
Address "ANXIOUS." Tribune office, city.
CITl'ATION WANTED AS HUMCITOR IN
O Somuton bra young nan sritk experioni
a traveling salesman. i a i . .J P., Tribune
IJOSITION WANTED IN SHOKSTOBK BY
young inau witb four and u hulf years i I
psrieuco. Address W . rear MO Wasunmton
cmwnoN wan ted
O umu who Is willing tu
UV A YOUNG
d i civ kind t
w. ok. age, ID; ftiir ushiuin can furnish itood
reference Address M. U. (Poet Office;, Scran
1)Y A VOUNO. MAN IN DRY UOOD8 OH
Xj grocery store, or loina business where he
ccnid workup. Som- experience, good refer
ence. wilt work .heap. Address P70 box
Help Wanted Male
U' ANTED OENEKAL BLACKSMITH,
alio general wbeelright, apply i t Oil
to '. .: i works.
Notice to Taxpayers.
NOTIOI TO TAXl'AYEKS THE TAX
payen of the city of Scran ton, Pa , will
herein-take notice tint the board of appeals
appointed by the city councils of nasi city to
hear mid determine, appeals troln eity assess
ments foi the year I8M nre holding meetings
daily lit the olnoe nt the city elork between
the hi on "f a. in and 5 p. ni. for the purpose
alon-said and that appeals will only be hoard
In cases of nsw asaeaiuienta for said your. the
authority vested in Mid board Dot poiinlttlug
the revision of iLssoasimuits for any voar but
tbatotltWi Th,. meetings of to board will
icase March 111. I MM.
liv order of board ol appeals.
M. T. LAVELLE.
fit v rierk.
CANTAO EOK MEN ONLY (IK LATEST
k restorer ami developer known, itruugbt
ens. Invigorates. Price V-' lluurunt-od -Send
stamp for confidential circular. Dr. II T.
Mlt.f.EK. -1 Qulncy street, Chicago,
IADIE-, TONTK IS THE only bUU
J OOSSful Ifust Dei eloper kuoWtt. Never
tails $.'. ti Full confidential particulars
scaled i tor '.V. stump Mrs. Dr ll. T. Miller,
21 Qulncy St.. Unuago.
Hclo Wanted Females.
ANTED AS EXPERIENCED NL'RBE
tjC iri Apply Kg yuiuev avenue, t'tty.
U" " ' AN 1'ED MAN ITU LIKE AND PIKE
insurance experience as solicitor m
Lackawanna county; tcood Inducements to
right man Address U'.'j X Bet; building,
U 'ANTED TWO YOUSO MEN OF UOOD
address to mil on business houses.
Steady employment tor good men. Apple
National clean towel company.
LMVE'Ri "'MS li R RENT PIKST PLoSK
228 North Pilmore avenue,
LKik RENT FROM APKll. 1. IH'l Sfc. AT
f MO Jefferson avenue, In tirst class eondt
Hon m, deru iBororemeuts, bett locution
Apply to L. M llortoii. No 3 Cummon wealth
roK RENT APhIL 1. A VEKY CONVEN
iv lent and beailtuullv papered house. Hue
Ctpouse avenue. F s. PACLl
V-UR KENT THE STOKE 829 I.ACKA
V war.ua avenue, and suit of six rooa.a
bore; light and airy. P S. PAL'LI
pOR RENT - BUILDINU Ms LACKA I
T wanna avenue frorn April 1. CHARLES
B WELLE?. Coal Exchange.
I'OK RENT-FLAT CONTA1N1N SIX
I' rocius in stone building, oorner Frank '
lin avenue and Spruce street Steam heat
nuiure at store. 13 Frinkliti ateuue. D. W i
BCP.R C '
T.'K RENT - HOUSE ON iil'LDEULY
F street: ni'slerii improveui.'tits; Jli, Ap
ply at A J THoMAS SToKE
HOUSE FuR KENT NEAR PoSToFFlCE.
containing fourteen rooin and latin dry,
ail In fine order Splendid location for rent
inn furnished r.om'. Apply at 987 Linden
FOR RENT-TWO STORY BRICK DWBL
iin house; modern improveine'its- ;i7
Forest place: rent. $A Apply to If AC RICE
CoLLINs. ajent, 1i West Caokawauna
OK KENT SloRE . i.l LACK AW ANN A
arenue. by April. I, En.ii'.ire of Hsnrj
Frev. 121 la.kawaniia avenue or at the
FOR RENT THREE ROOMS, FRONT ON
second floor, over N A Hulbert a mtiMlfl
ttoie, 117 Wyoming avenue, from April L In
quire In the (Pre.
HoL'sE FOR KENT ONE BLOCK FROM
post otfii e. containing fourteen rooms
and laundry, all in one irdar Fine location
to let furnished rooms. Apply at ttf UndeB
T'O LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
X Part or sll of three hand red feet of yard
room along rsUr oad. Apply at Vso Fraukliu
TO REST-STORE IbXflJ OK FURNISHED
ball on Green Ridge street, very desira
cle location and on reasonable terms. Apply
toF E. SETTLETON or C. S. WooDKLFF
T70B -ALE AT A BARGAIN Hoi -E
X and lot 171S Penn avenue. Orean Ridge
Eight rooms; all mod to improvements:
P'OR SALE -A FARM OF EIGHTY ACRES,
ono and one half miles from Dalton on
the Dolavsre, Lackawanna and western
railroad First class farm hous. with a never
falling prtng nn rby . two barns, good land
and good orchard will he sold i le.ap. Terms
saa . Address B. F VON STOKCH ,r I-AAi '
ELLIS executors, Dalton, Lackawanna
C'tTRB8TOj4R FOB BALK-INQUIRE OF
- A C Settlet in, Commonwealth build
Ing. Washington act. .
FOR SALE - iB ACRE FARM, STOCK
and utensils J M. SHEFFIELD. A
1,'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FuR hi RAN
X ton property -A bearing orange grove
Increaalng in prodjrtion and value yearly in
the urangs section in Honda Addres r E.
NETTLETON, Laks Hslsa, Florins
fTAKM FOR SALE SIXTY A' KE FARM,
JC one-half n.ilo east of La Plume Stttlon
twenty acres of it. sandy loam and mu k.
second to none for gardening, all woll wat
cred. good apple orchard, one a' re of blip k
raspberries one half of strawberries, arapes.
currants goose berries, cherries, plums: all
farming implements, three wagons, one cart,
sleighs seed grain, span of horses ononis
one yearling heifer, household furniture, BSU
hots I, nine ro mis. large bai n and work shop
Price, lo'i per ao re, $1 iXVldown. romnlndsl to
suit purohsser. WILLIAM N SHERWooD
IOR SALE- SISULE HOUSE. Uli yUrN(;v
avsnue: very dfsirabln location Anply
0 F REYNOLDS, or WILLARD, WARREN
2,6M WILL BUY MODERN NEWS-ROOM
' house, sll improvements; terms Duty . sot
ner Madison avenue and Delewaru struuU Ap
jpiy harry lees
C;l,400 VvlLL BUY VERY DESIRABLE LOT
O corner Madison avsnue and Delaware
street Terms easy Apply
Money to Loan.
MONEY TO LOAN 80,t0li I EITHER IN
one sum or In two of iio.oin n,
ffilXO. and I6W, tor one or more
years: first mortgage. THOMAS P WELLS,
Attomey. Commonwealth building.
HUNOI OF iiogular edu'lon'tW pu. cloth.
Spntlanrl KU l"P ''rlc" sr''' will
OCUbldUU : end by mail prepaid or on
rec-ipt of SI 5 until balance are sold WM
PAGAN. .Ir , Publisher. 1152 Pearl St . N V
1 OOK HEP.F. TO EVERY PURCHASER
1j of reading matter at our store today we
will present a complete copyright nvel
MAC'S HOOK STORE
BLANK BOOKS. PAMPHLETS MAOA
tines, etc., bound or rebound at Tin:
Tiiiulni office. Quick work Hunaonuhlo
MEAL TICKETS CAN DE HAD AT 144,
corner Spruco street and Franklin ays
nue. Twenty meal tickets for ; . .71 Good
table boaril .
YOMINO SKRINARY A wUMi EDU
cation Is the bvst eunluiiinnt a young
man r woman can secul n for successful lit
lug It psys to secure it evi n st a gi eat siu i i
flee. Such an education can be obtained at
Wyoming Seminary. Specialties: Colbito
E reparation, business, teaching art end unslc,
prlng term oueus May 20. For information
address REV L. L SPKAOUE. D.D.
Twenty Kites by Trolley Inosil for only i
riva Ceut Fara
LEHIGH COUNTY'S LATEST BOAST.
Tom Johnson's Uift Tiuction Sytuli
cato Ueciiles to tstablisli B Uniform
Nick.il Kate Good lor Hie Entire
Hide From Oatatuqua to baston.
Uuiiness of tlu Wek as Reviewj;)
Through Dun's Spectacles Minor
Jottings of Industrial Interest.
The Titfliiiih Valley Traction com
pany, lit whose lieuil are CoDCfrriSDlsn
fom 1.. Johns m and Ills brother, Al
bert L Joboton, Wbioh already owns
tliirty-fivo niilea of electric roiid in
Alleutown and vicinity, will extend it
line to Eistnti, a distance of fifteen
Uli let. It will inaugurate a fivcoeut
fare from one end of the lint to the
other, a distance of twenty uule Tliis
Oonet prettv oiote to being the cheap
est fare in the Halted Slater, and matt
gltnoet parulyzi the sieitu railway
luanageri who used toobarge four sud
live cents per mile until compelled by
the VMiioJS state leKis'uturss to lower
their prices down to two nOd three
osiits. Whether the experiment will
i u practical success or not remains lo
he seen; but Tom Jobnion do-s not pole
is a batinesa philanthropist.
A cotnpaoy of Altoooacapltalisti has
been organized to piece a nsw fuel on
tiis market. It is claimed by the pro
nators of th- company thst the new
fuel has nil the ndvantaaTei of ent bra
ct te coal with none of its disaureeU'le
features, It gives off ni noxious nsc.s.
The miueral is What is known as nat
ural coke. It is hardly correct to call
it a new ftw beoaoie a vein of it has
h'en worked for somi lima past in
Virginia. Still it is new in so far as
the market is concerned, the article
tp ver having been put on the market,
b it only mined for the benefit of those
who lived near by.
The report of J. S. Leitenriog, iiius
ter appointed to taks teetimony in I'm
Altooua, Clearfield and Northern rail
road tailzie, has been tl 1.1 at Holll
daysburg. Tlie decision of the in istsr
is in favor of the Patterson taction
and cons n'leutly the iisech Creek and
fsvoraile to the Penatylvaola Rail
A dispatch from PottlViUe atjri: A
t an i which will prove of vaatlntereit
to every miner and laborer throughout
the anthracite region was disposed of
Wednesday before Judge Bsobtl The
euit uroe over the action of thi L'isen
ring S;ore company wnich is rim br
Leisenrirg & Co , opr,Uors of a large
colliery near Minersville, in deducting
from th wages of Jsm-s Ilslaney and
S. C. Adams money du. them for a
store debt contracted during the previ
oih month. D'laney and Adams were
discharged by the operators on account
of some misunderstanding and when
they went for their pay thoy objected
to the store bills being withheld from
their checks. The company refused to
pay the lull amount due and the suit
followed. The jury brought in a ver
dict in favor of the plaintiffs under the
act of lfcyi which provide) that 1 lie
wages of miners and laborers be piid
0 lawful money of the United States
It Is now said that thi larg) co'xe
producers do not look with disfavor
upon the new organization of tlio coke
workers funned at Bcottdnlt, The
Prick Coke company regard It with
favor, aud will interpose no objeotlon
to a scale. The Frlclf Coku company
especially desires uniformity, The
officials claim they tire now paying
higher wage? than their competitors,
and a uniform scale rate will put all
employers on the tame footing There
are now about 19,000 coke workers in
the Counallsville region, of whom
about 7,800 nre working The new
orsaoilatiOQ claims a membership of
'ihe statement of shipment of an
ttiracite coal lupproxiuiuted) for the
week ended March 17, compared with
Ihe same period last year, issued by the
liureuu of Anthracite Coal statistics,
shows that the policy of coal restric
tion reflected In previous statements
continiits a factor in the trad, The
ilecreunul tonnage for the week aggre
gated IN 738 tons, making the total
decrease for the year to date 1,049,097
The feature of the touting" for the
week is the decrease of 109,040 tons
from t lie Wyoming region, the de
crease from tbe Lshigh was 0,909 tons,
and the decrease from the .Schuylkill
was 81,414 tone For easy reference,
table ae below, is given:
i.eiiigii iut,m !
Total . .
.. m.au fal,M m,ra
Total for year
to date 0.aVi7,i:5
- KN,4fl l,!MtW0
A dispatch from Obtatef eivs that
the sale of tho Standard Stoel Csstiiig
company's biir plant at Thurlow w is
practically couclu led Tiiesiay by Hib
srt Wethurill, who owns a controlling
Interest In tha plant. The purchasers
are Wilson & Water bury, of 111 Nassau
street, New York, representing the
American Steel Casting company, whose
object is to consolidate under one man
agement the open hearth eteel plants of
Una country. The Stun lur I rspresents
an investment of $1,000. 003. and has
beon very successful. Mr. Wetherill,
one of the shrewdest business men in
the country, will be retained as ui lo
nger. During tho past fight Weeks at the
Illack Diamond Steel works of Park
Bros. & Co , near Pittsburg, have
shipped mora steel than they lave
done for tho same period in ten years.
it is perplexing, says Dan. to be
obliged to leport thnt biisineBS grows
larger in volume and at tho same time
not more profitable. Uncertainty does
not diminish, hut has rather increased,
in the judgment of many commercial
bodies which have urged the president
to veto the seigniorage bill. Prices of
commodities do not ri-, but are
on the whole about 1,8 per cent
lowtr than lsKt week. t bough
llieu the lowest ever known iu
this country, and are 19 U per cent
loWW than n year ago. No more gold
has gone abroad, and stocks average
Only three cents per bundrnl dollars
higher fur railroads than Inst week,
and exactly the same for trust stocks,
but some foreign pnrohaaei and tno In
tervention of a holiday explain the
steadiness. More mills are at work,
though the proportion of productive
fores unemployed is still from a
lifih to a third in different
branches of Industry, nnd many
mills are stopping because thoir
orders have run out, even while a
larger number nro starting with orders
enough for time. The prospect of
getting constaut or remunerative em
pU ment for works und hands does not
change, The fact that orders k tap
only a part of the lures at work, while
both pric s and wages tend downward,
though spring is near at hand, renders
present business less profitable uud the
iuiure less promising,
Tbe stalling of four fnroaOSS by the
Illinois Sleel company, an I one other
t Pittsburg?, increases the output of
iron, says Dun, and some large sales
have been made ut the lowest prices
vet reported, witb indications of con
tinued demand fur structural work
ti daily at the west. Tex
tile Industrie are answering the
growing demaiid for replenishment
of stocks with hand to mouth pro I no
lion. Mills getting orders enough to
start, nnd oth TS Which h IV I tilled or
ders in siht, stop with nil trusting to
future trade. Failures for the week
numbered 244 in the United States,
against '.'l T lat yjar, mid 50 in i'.m
ula. agaiust 20 last year, though none
of importance, tis noteworthy that
Canadian failures arj considerably In
creasing, Mixott Industrial Notes:
The coke works of tbe Psonsvllle Coke
company, which nave been idio for nearly
a year, will be tired up this week. This
will give employment to several hundred
After an idleness of several weeks, the
plate department of the spang Steel and
Iron company's plant has resumed, glv
log employment to ipiite u number ol
The colored nun anion puddlors employ
ed ut the Clinton mill settled the strike
ngsiast the reduction demanded by the
linn by returning tu work at W.2J per ton.
The sheet mill men still refuse to accept a
10 per cent. cut.
'Ihe trouble! nt tut MoDOQg iheln Iron
company's works, at Hays station is about
over. The entering ol information aguins;
several of the men said obave been impli
cated in the row Saturday and Monday
night hs bad the effect of quieting then-otou-
e'ement. An official of tho company
said thut no farther trouble wus autici
James McCutchooD, of Lindsay A Mr
(tticheon, says the tendency ofPittebnrg
mills is yet toward nonuulonism, and he
would not be surprised to see all pud
dling rate prevail. Tbe rates will bSVS to
be low, he said, to euable iron manu
facture! to compete with cbeip steel
Three hundred aud sixty cars of coke
nre being shipped from the flat Top coal
Held Wee.tly to the Illinois Steel company
at I hicaco.
The traftic over ail mads lending from
this city is increasing. Bath tbe Ponnsyb
vsiiia and Heading rep rt it steady growth
in westbound shipments, which is regarded
is an indie iti n of a gradual revival ol
.No. i .,..:: . pig iron is selling at loo
tlmu 7.28 per ton at Birmingham, Ala.
It Is reported that there ur igOUOUU tons
of anthracite coal s;ured at West Superior,
on i.nge superior.
Proposals for the sale of llOO.OCOof Le
bub and Wilk 's Hurre Coal coruoany's 5
oercent. mortgage .bonds, due 1919 Will
be received on or before April by J. It
Maxwell, p.-etideat of th company.
A 500-hursa power engine will bo erected
nt Reading lo help operatn Ihe railways on
The Safety clutch Drake company, of
West Virginia, has received state per-
mission to open a brunch office in Pbila
Thomas Kltson's largo woolen mills at
Btroudabnrg ar- gradually running on full
time, rney were idle for some weeks, A
larger number of bauds will be employed
The New York Air Brake company Ins
received orders for 1,900 ets of brake
equipments, and its extensive factory at
Watertown, N. Y , has resumed its former
activity, i.luu thousand iii an will be employed.
Ihe report that lhomasl. 1'iatt doe
not intend to remain Ion ! a the receiver
of the New York and New England rail
lead company lias lent an additional in.
teres?, to the aft alra of that much misman
That freight and p lessoaer business is
steadily picking up is without d mnt if tic
testimony "f railroad man who are m pa
sitioti to know goes for anything.
The L high Valley is throwing "Ver the
New Haven, under the reoent agrsemeut,
Ui cats dnily.
It is stated that the Reading manage
mentis now largely dominated by 1'euii
sylvamn nidiosd Inleresta,
The Raadlng Is rebuilding its telegraph
lines between Keadiug and Pottsville,
Philadelphia Tallow Uargst.
PniLAPXLrniA, March 93. Tallow wai
dull and unclmiiged Pi ices were Prime
city, in hogshead", 4c. ; prune COnn
try, in hogsheads, 44. ; do. dark, in hog..
heads, life. ; cakee, oc. i grease, 4)0.
Eucklftu'a An, i i Balvs.
Hie tet salVS III tho world for Outs
Co Sores, Ulcers, halt RheOUL Kever
Sores, Tetter. happed Hands, Chilblains,
Corns mid all Skin Eruptions, sud posi
tively cures IMes, or no pay rispmod. It
ie guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money n funded. Price 1S5 cents per
box. l ur sale hv Mnttbews liios.
' i a
Oommodora Singrly's F'aconlum
Neni i low has dsmonstratad the Impos
sibility of uinking men temperate by legal
pains and penalties, uud bus thus done n
service to Ills kind noun thu less valuable
hei'uiiKu it was unintentional.
Two Llea Saved.
Mrs. Pboebs Thomas, of Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and mat there was no hope for
her, DUt tWO bottles Dr. King's New llis.
COVary completely cured her and she says
It saved her life. Mr. Thos, Bggars, 189
Florida st.. tan Pranoisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, npproachiug Consumption,
tiled without result everything else then
nought one bottle of lir. King's New Dis
covery and in two weeks was cured. Ho
Is nntiirnlly thansful. It Is such results
of which these bio examples, that prove
the wonderful efficacy of tins medicine in
Coughs and Colds. Free trial' bottles at
Matthews Bros,, Drugstore. Regular eiie
iUc. uud (I.
. as -
C d i to Ihe Fpriuu- Ovsrooat.
The men who put on their spring over
coats first are tMOMi to get the first pneu-
i . - .,
Btatxp by II. H. Cochran, druggist, Lan
caster, Pa, Have gcarantsisd over auo hot
ties of llurdock lllood Hitters for dyspe)
sin, sour StumaOa, bilious uttneks, liver
and kiJuey trouble. se
',1c wife bus tM-en troublatl
Willi Liver Complaint and Pal
pitation of the heart for over a
year. Her 0SVM ballled tbe skill
of our host physlciuiis. After
i lie I nice uoiiiis or vour
llurdock lllood Btttereshs ianl
Diotl entirely well. We truly
ritcuuiiuciid your meilicius.
liKOIlOB W. HllAWLL
MoiitpeUer, Wlllluuia Oo , O
I'UYall 1ANS AM HUKOKONH,
OK ii ii. IiLa.n. Ulsoasuaof tbe Bye, Noes
Tin oat und Kar. UH binuoo ItTset, oppo
hit.! ooul t hoiise.
1 kit A J. tONNBLL, OOlca SUlWaabmgtoa
xJ aieinie, corner spruce street, over
Pranekea drug store Kesidanoe, 191 Vlnest
Offloe bours: icWtolKa m. and I toi uud
H.SO to ;.isj i in uuiiday, s toil p, m.
Ikl: w t ALLEN, Offloe cor Laulta.
I' nHi.iiaiiiid Wsablngton avsa ; over Leou
hi d enCS stol e, ollice houl'h. 10 to Ig a ill- und
II to i p. m ; evenings ut icsldcnce, 51- N
I k iv. v. l FKI1V, Pi uc tic j limited to 1)1
tf eases ol the Kye. Bar, Noes and Tlnout;
ufllce, 1 Wyoming av (lesluenae, ill Vine
I II "Ol
hit. I. ,vi OA I Kb, in Wssbiiiaton Aveuu
Ullicu boui .i. S to 11 a 111 . 1 M to a and ,'
lo S ,.,,,.
IOHN L Wh.VI'Z, M 1 ulhciM Hi und il
Comiuonwaalth building! residence III
Madlaun aval office hours to to U1 g to i. ' ta
b; Sundays 180 to 4. uvenlun st residence, a
ipe laity made of dbeaaai of tho eye, ear, auas
mi, i throat and gyneeology.
hit. ii li WuKRAY, specialty madu on die
eases uf eye mi l skln.2M Wyoming Ave
J 111. .- In .0 : - I i;t; In a III 3 to 4 nild T b. H in
k I. l HltIMAR SUIKiKOMS
L1 BTUUUB, Veterinary Burgeon, lieu
r. Ustry a apectaltyi gou medalist of On.
tartu etarlnary College, Office Hummer!
livei v, iO. I1..1 st.. near ivellur carrluga shop.
Telephone Nit. OS,
t i nr
I. l KltS.
I M C KAMUK rt l.uw uud Collection of
tl . lice, No HIT gliruce St., opposite I'oreit
House. Bcranton, in.; collections a specialty
throuKhout Pennsylvaalai n iiubio correspond
ents ill every county.
IbttSUfBSJ UAMU, Attorneys nnd Connsil'
lots ut Luw. Uommonivealth building,
WaSbiUgtOD ava W. H. JKSSVP,
BonAi i E Hamd.
w ll Jsssup, da
AKD. WAKRBN A K.NAI I'. Attn-
lievs und Counselors at Law. ltetiiiblican
bulldlne, Washington ave.. Bcranton. Va
IlA'lTBKbOM v WILCOX, Attorneys uud
Counsellors at Law. ! uud s Library
I luldina. Bcranton, Pa
HoSWSLf, II PATTSnsaK
W 1 1.1.1 A M A WIMIOX
A LKUBU HANI). WILLIAM I HAND, At--A
torneyi uud Counsellora, Oommonwealtb
bllildiler ' 'looms m. 10 mid i.
HEN BY M. 8ERLY Law offices in Price
building, WB Washington avenue.
nRANK T OKc. LL, Attorney st Law. Koom
1 f. Cosl Kxellalllte Sejant Ml. P.'L
MILTON W. LOWKY, I Alt rs, :'S Washing
C II VON BTORCH, i ton v , t 11 square
IAMR8W UAKKOHO, Attorney at Law.
rooms aU id end OA Commonwealth b Tc
vmi'i.l W. BDUaR, Attorney at Law.
Oillee. :7 Bprncest., Bcranton. la.
I A. WATRKB, Attorney nt Law. 4.M
1 1. Larka wanna aue. Bcrantnn. Ta
) V. .sill I'll. I onuseliui nt Law. tulles.
1 . rooms fit. ,Vi. j i 'iiiuino.iKcilt'i buibliiiL'
I ' H irii llLii Attorney ut Law. Com
s. inonweaitli linllaliig, Branton, ni
c. COMEUYB, . i Si st.
nil. RSFLOQLE, Attorney. Loans nouo-
tinted on real . state security. nis Spruce.
1 Y RILLAM, Attornevat-Law. 1SU Wy
J omingavenno, Bcranton,
HAVE YOUR DBEDB AND atORTOAOEB
written and acknowledged by J W.
BBOWNINO, Attorney and Notary Public, 19
s( mini s
CCHOI it OP THE LACKAWANNA. .Scran
IJ ton. Pa . prepares boys und u:rls foi collogi
or business: thorOUgblf tiuiu-i vouuk children
Catalogue ut request
Bbv, Thomas m C vns.
wai.tkii H. Buki.i,
Miss WORCEBTER'd KINDEROARTEN
and scbooi, u Adamsavenue Pupili
received at ull times. Next term will open
I i c LAUBACU, surgeon Dentist, No, 115
" . Wyomlnu ave,
Ii M, s'l'KA'i foN, office Coal Etnbsnaa
rpHE REPUBLIC Barings and Loan A.vi
1 ciatiou will loan i on m mey on easier terms
and paj yon butter on investment than any
other association Call on s. N cai.L.-.N
DER, Dime Hank Luildinii
HOTKM AND RKSTAURANT,
j'HE V EBTMINBTER, STsii Wyomau
I ave Rooms heated with steam: all iii.Ki
era lmprpyementi c M Tiu.mam. Prop
' lEQLKR'B HOTEL, US Lackawanna ave
i uue, bciuutou. Lutes reasonable.
P Zikolkr Proprietor
w. 0, BCHBNCK, Manager
Biatesnth street, one block east of ii. udway
at Union Ekiuare, New Yora,
American plan. Isotipar dav ami npward
tilled ltli tho 1
I'lA.SL III ilSL. Kulooeali nUn: oil
v rooms I'lieu duy mid night, liar tuis
witn tnu n .t
P ll. rOYNB Proorlefor
CR ANTON HOUBE. near D., LAW pas
l ' tenner denot Colidllcled on the European
plan. Virion Kuril. r.trletr
' UA .sli CENTRAL, Tbe largest and bt
si ripiiiipnl hotel lu Alleutown. Pa. ; ratal
t'-' and ggld per day.
Viitou l BABSKB, Proprietor.
ltl II I I I I Is
AVlB HoliPT, Arobitecte Koouie lit,
I " HI nd W Conimunweslth h'ld'g Heranbm
Is L WALTER, An luted, l.ll.raiy n'ui.d
i Inir, wyorolns avenue Bcranton,
if L. BROWN. Ar.h ll Architect. Price
I bulldiug.lM Aeehlngton Ave,Borantnn,
v Isi I I I X M in s
MORTON U SWAH'ls WHOLES A LK
lumber, s and w Dime Bane building,
Mho A Hi ILL BROTHER'S, PRlNTERa'
luppllea, onyeiopee, paper bas. Iwlna
Wareheiiso. ijo WHshinu'ton ue. Bcranton
nooTE'H L1VBRY, IMMapouse iircnus
I Flrat class oarrlaeee i L IOOTE, Agi
Puneral Dlreotor nnd Eiubalmer
1 'HANK P. BBOWN CO., WHOLE
I Bioe denleiH in W lware. Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 7'io W. Lackawanna avenue
JAUBR'i ORCHESTRA Mi'siu Kosi
II balls picnics, partlen. reeepUolW, wn,l
dings attdabneert work furulshsd. for terms
address H. J. Bauer, conductor. Hi Wyoming
n s ever Hulhnrf a iniiHic store
tZRA PlNN .Si BON8, builders and contra -I
j tors Vnrds Coiunr tillve si. and Adsini
ave. i corner Ash st nnd Penn ave., Bcranton
(s R CLARK A CO., Beedemeo, Ploruiti
S. snd Kurser ymen : store ltd Wasliinuton
avenue; treen house.liki) North Mam uvt-iiuo,
store lelepbone fat
OKA Mi UNION ika co.. Joned Bros
IRK UK' SB.
Ins KUBTTBU oi tatekawanna avenia
HcraatoUi Pa . manurr of wire Bcrvens
906 8culh Washingta.i Avenuj,
Contractor ami builder el Cpnareie saMgLna,
Oonerete Blocks, Potato, Huiter an I Coil
Bins, Wet Cellars Ariel OA Orders may ho
lett at Thompson Ji Pralt. Willuins St Co,
Main uud Kyneii Btreets, or st lerautea
Btovu Worki. Alio I'Vundntloiia, Clstenu.
I -li Wire T unnels and CofUui. Ragging for
Connolly & Wallace
Special Display of
The best quality on the market. Beautifully printed. In
fact, you will think they are hand-painted. Low price of
58c. Per yanl-
Now open for inspection. Our line includes all the latest
lads and hear the stamp of the true artist. Some bewilder,
SPECIAL EASTER SALE OF KID GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS HOSIERY
LACES, NECKWEAR, ETC.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE w TSSSi AVE
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
' N. J.
LEHIGH AflO SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insuring
oleauliueas and toinfort.
Tim. tabu is arrsi i ran I, istl
Trains learo Bcranton for l'mtou. Wllkes
Barre. otu . at 8.111 8.14, n ; a. m., U.au. 2
t-iiu, s.nu, 7 8".. 11.08 ii in Sundays, S.UI a m ,
i on, too, ?.io p. in.
For Allantle i ity, B. Ill a, m.
For Hew York, Newark and Elisabeth, 8.10
(eanreas) a.m. lv.au (eapreae with Huiie
parlor ear), S.IW (expreis) p, m. Bandar, fcOO
PokMaucii Cijunk, Allbrtown, Bstdls
!; ,'-,,si" anu I 'mi Alil.l.l'liiA, li.W a m
18.UU a.W, .ViJO lexcop: I'u'ilndeip'liiuJ p m.
Sunday, '.' OU n in
For f.o.Mi BltASTI ii. iii i:a Rnnva ,.t,. .
S Ilia iii I ' III ,, ,,.
l or Ksading, Lebanon nmi Harrtsbnra, via
Aiientown, 11,10 a. in , r;.:w, j.uo, p.m. Bundar
8.00 p. m.
For Pottevllle, s.lua. m 12.80 p, in.
KsturntoB, have New York. f.st of Liberty
I'eet, North river, at (uxprcaij . m..
.11'. 1.1.11 I 1 . . I : .V tn.rln
I in Sunday, ill) a m
Leave Philadelphia, heading Terminal, 11.01)
n. u., 8,00 and 4.3d p m. Bnnuay, 6.87 a. in.
'i brouah tiokets to all points m lowest rates
may be had on application Inadvanoetu thu 1
ticket agentat ,b j station.
II i' BALDWIN,
J. 11 OLHAUBBJt, 0,0 P M
Vour 'arpata Cleaned!
Vour Feathsrtj Benovated!
Vour b'urnittre He upholsteredl
Vour UlipCotera lor Furniturel
Your Mattresses Renovated and
Xew MattreSMB, any kind, made
Feathers, Down aLd Pillows
Bed Springs, all khds
Brass and Iron BedH
("litis and ( 'radios?
Child's Folding Beds!
Bine Fibre Mattresses!
Pure white, Sea Island Curled
OL H PltlCKS WILL PLEASE Vol. WE AUK RETAIMXO.
Tlie Scranton Bedding Co.
COR, LACK it AND ADAMS AVE8.
K.B.-Plne Fibre la eery alee for Sofa Pillows, odor , rerr pleasant-cheap, tea.
I BHIoa VALLICY lailKuad
1 J I I li 11 I MAI
Traill leaves Bcranton for Philadelphia nn 1
new York via. U jt II K n at s a.m. It 10,
...c sua II BD p. in via 0., L. A W, K. , l 00,
s.us.ll :) a. in., and LSI p. in,
Leave Scruuton for Pittaton and Wiikos
Barre vlaD.,L A W R. R o ui, mi iu'j
a. in , 1.80, a0, .0T, II US p. m.
Leave Scranton for whitu Haven. Hatlston,
Pottsville and all points on th Beaver
Meadow and Pottsville hranches, via K A- W
. osos.m . via U. & II. K it. nt h a m., u.iu
tM i hi p.m. via IL. L. & W. It. R., o.u0, s.ue.
11.20a in.. Lit n.vi p.m
Leave scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Harris burg and all Intermedlati
points via li A- II U. H , s u in .till. fcSS, 11. ii
pin. via H, L. ii W. R Ii..noo us. 11.10 a. m
l3i p m.
I.eavu Scranton for Tuilkh iniio k. Towaa 1 1,
Elmlra, Ithaca, Qeneva and all intermedin i
loints via p. A H it R..0.W i m. Ultfand 11.83
p. in.. via I) L.W K It.. 8.01 iia.Ui p in
Leavs Bpranton t..r Knoheeter, Buffalo. NI
atararana, Detroit Chicago and nil points
west via D AH. R. U. HOT e.m.,i: In,!' 1MI 8'.
n m . vin Ij. L A W. H. II. and Plttston
Junction, 808a.m., 1401.88 p. im, via K A w.
R I!. ,".11 p. m.
For Elm is and th i west via Salem inau vU
i '. a H i; It sui, a, ui li lo.t, Ut p, m . via I) .
L A VV 1( It.. ,8 Us m., i .in aIil u.i7 p m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping orL. v. chair
e ns on all tra ns between I A B Junotion or
wiike- Barre and New York. Pniiadelphla,
ButTalo und Suspension Brides
ROLL1NH WILBUR, Geo Sup:. Lastl)!.-
CHA8 s. I.-.K Hen Pas I Ae't, Phila.Pi.
A V NONNEMACHBR.Ass't O in Pass Ag't,
South Bcthieheiu, Pa,
DELAWARE ANU UUI I
Commencing May B), 1802,
trains will run as foUowti
Trains leave Bridge street
stnt on Scranton, tor 1'itts
ton, Wilke Dane, etc., H 10,
A07, 8.87, (O.tJa. in . 1J. 10.
1,88, 8.88, 4 in. Mi, u 15, ii.l5
and ll 88 p, m
Tor New York and Phila
deli hia, 8 00 a m . U 10. ; i
S38, inland 11 W p m.
Km- Ilotiesdiile ' Iroiii Delaware, Liu kawanua
nnd western depot), 1.00,8.80, 10.10 e.m.,1100
m . i. IT. v lo u, m.
For Carbaudats aud Intermediate stetlons
:'i 4U. T 0U. 8 80, 1U.10 a. ill . 18.00 lu :2 IT. 11 li'i.n In,
8B)and8 88pi in : from Brldgebtreet Depot,
(,W a. in.. 8, Tend ll '! p. in.
Fast esureea to Albsuy, Saratoga tbe Adl
n mlack iloantuiiis it- -i und New England
points. ". to a in . arrivnr at Albany 12,15
earstoga 2.88 p. in , nnd leaving Bcranton st8
p in. arriving ut iUbauy ateMi'p m., Sara
toga, 12 68 a. in . und B etOU, 7 m a m
The only direct route between the coal field
aud Boeton "Tim I., u.tuw Tourists' Route
ol America" to tho adlropdack Mouutaiii re
sorts, LakeeQeorgeand Champlain, Montreal,
Time tablSS showing local and through tram
n.'i vice between stations on ail divisions Dele
ware and Hudson system, may be obtained at
all llolawato and Hudson ticket oillcrs.
II (i YOUNO, J. W BURDICK,
s nd Vice Preeldent lieu Pass. Agt,
ELAW J RE, LACKA V ANNA
W ESTER s' RAILUOAD
Trams lanv,- Scranton as follows: Express
for .New York aim all points fiast. 150. u.iu,
8 1ft 8 ftl and D. 50 a. lu ; 18 5i and ll 50 p, m.
KxprSM for Easton. Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 515, b.00 and ti.ju a. in 12 53
nud:i 5u p. m
Washington and way autions. :to p m.
Tnhyhauna accommodation, ti 10 p. m.
r.xpr m for Binghamton. Oswego. Elmira,
Corning, Batn. DawvUte, M,,un: Morris and
Butlalo. 12 10 215 a. m, and 1 21 p. m.. making
close connections at Bufi.ilo to all points in thj
Weet, Northwest and Southwest.
Bullalo aceoininodatioii II i a. m.
Binghamton and way stations. 12.87 p. m.
Nicholson and wnv stntioiia. 5 15 p m.
Binghamton snd Elmira Express, lifti p.m.
Express tor c'ortlsnd. Syiacuse. Oswego.
Ltieuand Richfield Springs, -.15 a. m. und 1.21
Itnsca. 8 15 and Rj 0 a. ni and I 2i p. m.
Por N ortbumbsrland, Pi UstoQ, Wilkes Barr".
I'lvillollth. Bloom-dim -it uml fliiTH ,11.. tmlon .
close connections at Northumberland for
Williamsport, Rarrieburg, Baltimore. Wash
ingtoii and the South.
S'liithuinlierland nnd intermediate stations,
ti.Ou. V.50 a. m, and 1 30 and 607 p m.
NantlCOke and intermediate stations. B 08
and 11.80 a. in Plymouth aud iutermediat-j
stations. 11 5.1 and 8,88 0, m.
Pullman parlor alio sleeping coaches on all
tor detailed inlormation. pocket tints tables,
etc., apply to M. L Smith, city ticket office,
328 Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket office.
17R1EAND WYOM1KQ VALLEY KAIL
Train leave Scranton for New York and in
tcrinediato points on the Erie railroad at ti. :irj
a. in. and 11.24 p. m Also for Hawley and
local points at ii 8S, 8.45 und 8 24 p in.
Train leaving at U 4.'i a in and .1 21 p iu.
are through trains lo and from Hon serf als.
Trains leave tor Wilkes Barre utfi.SOa, in and
8 ll p. in.
SrCHAN TON. PA.
MONDAY evening march 2
Tuesday i. veiling. March IT.
A POOR RELATION
Prices- si 53. a rsc , Wo., tjc Boxes.
seating mx persons 112 each! box.-s unl iojei,
seating five person. SlOcaib.
Boxes. logos and cbolca seats to ha Sbldat
auction Thuradsr morning March 12
Ni It AM'IN niVlION.
In i ii. ci Jaaaary 88th, I8B4.
orlli Hound. Xniiili Honnrl,
Vdtl JOT (OA ,(H 2iil ?IS
Manufacturers of the CelsUratsJ
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum.
Week commencing MONHAY, maiii u ia.
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES
Monday. Tnsslay and W ednesday.
Thursday. Friday anl Saturday,
THE TWO ORPHANS
This put; will he produced with a much
itroneer cast and far mors ewberately than
nt its flit presentation at this house.
' ADMISSION, 10,80 anl 80 CENTS
Performances erery atternooa, except Mod
1 days and Thursdays, at 180. and even even
litigatsl.Y Doois opeiiat 1 ,89 and T GjV M
'1 WO PERFORMANCES DAILY
WLKK (.OMVLNC'INii MARCH 3i7.
Ketuin uf Scranton's Favorite,
MISS FIORA STANIFORD
IN TWO OKKAT PLAYS.
Tuesda). Wednesday and Thuisuay,
Kr.Uay uinl Satuidity,
These Two Ureal Plays Will he ilegsutly
staged and -turn, d
Admission, 10, 20, 30c.
Poors op u at 1 ; and T
Pertol malices at 2,10 aud 11
D A ' n p si
s ill .
: 1)1 .
7 45 .
7 :s .
f to ..
5 E. M i Trulns iau , St. 5 g
y, cepi Sunday i J
r vi Mine Leave
; N i iiiiikiiii s.
', io w. u wad stui t
i a n He Leave v m
i ii uaocoos .iiiiu'iioii ii mi
8 SB'S 87 (1140
fli41llfSv2 . .
ll II ', VV II 11 1
ll ST. ."i 1 1 1 1 '.'-
till 5 iilfnav
Dili .M7.II 21
0 V Mt' II 17
evil no ii I:,
III III1 i.v n III,
II l.'il 4 .V 111 10:
fit IS M !A . . I
ll 10 4(sMI OB
Cm b uidii.u
' I Illldgo
May Hi id
I lll lHjp
rat k Place
li Id il Si
I 7 gi 11 IS IS 3i
t. M (81111848
I 81 8 Ml S 4.-.
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7 45 IilCSiS S4 )
. SS III Ul 11 IW
7 88 in i.l 4 M
7 .14 III 17 1 7
7 .', ill II I 4 10
Htm lul 4 14
,s u in t: 4 17
ML I II HI I JJ
i" ii v i a i.eaM1 Arrive an ur
All ll ,dii I mi dull) i i ept Mii .l it )
I sigidues ili.il train., slop on stji.ul tor pus.
Addin nmi trains leave t'arh indale tor bombs i
ton MO and 1,10 p. m . arriving at BorUtM i.ss
and 7 1 hi
I i. n,'.. Bm.IhIm . ,. I. 1.. .. .u.
..,..' . " I,, in 'i, l"l , a n 'lllllll, 'i .inn s,.iu i
IM ... , -A.-t. ., t .1.1.
,! , l ' ins l i I III " illunir ill , ,i u '.l,l 1 1 , III
lecure runs m inunno , isii
PUrObttSlUg th kels ai:d suvc lnelic
Rlligi II. press to the i s'
j t' Andcreoti, Oen. Pass sat
T. 1 1. ii. Dlv Haas, Alt scranton, Pa,
f m a m t s
cm -c-'hs 'V-.:
108 .... 8 tl i - J T ;
i f F7tt
188 .... a si 3 I f xa.
6U . I ii f lO"
18 an ' kix
7 Iii a i 18 I 11 V
MO SIC POWDER CO
A Handsome Complexion
is one oi me greatest nariuii a u-i.man csn I
ikwsi sj Poizoim'u CvuruxioN Pownaatl
That we are liendipiarteis for everytbini; In
the line of tVAiOMRS If you have aiiy idea
of purchasing any kind of a Watch, laiiv'ser
geut'a Hold or bilvur, you will inase a griov
mis mistake li you do no, give us a call and
net our arioes, which you win 5nd far below
all olners, especially in all the high grades of
Rlglh, V altham and Uampdea movements
If j oil have any duuhls and are at all pealed
on prices Kin. ush call and we will have no
trouble luoenvltaolng you.Weetiil kavea large
i look to dlSPO'S of, and will offer von wen
rierlu) luduoameun In Jewelry, BIlTerware,
r.'oeks atid all other goods wbleli its have in
C. W. Freeman
l'tnn Ave. uml Sprucu St
fouis 1 and 1 Commonwealtli Bid
MINING and BLASTING
ilade at the 1100810 and KUbli-
Lsfflin & Hand Powder Co 's
ORANGE GUN POWDER
tlectric Batteries, Puss) for oxplol-
ing blasts, Safety Kuse and
RcpaunoChemical Ca'sHigh Explosives
OIL AND MANUFACTURING Cd
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