The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 17, 1894, Page 6, Image 6

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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MOItNIN(. APRIL 17. 1894.
PITTSTON HAPPENINGS.
Piocucdlnira of the August Tody of City
Fnthors.
PltTBTON, Pa., April 10. Ill pursu
ance of a call ItlUad by PreBidaat John
Ma.ngan df the boxoniih council, the
conned ami'iulilm! hi tin? pit'lor of thi
Hook unil Ludiior crmitmtiv on Oiaiie-,
street. Every matnbar nspoadad t
tlc roll axoapt Coauaiman KdowIm.
After the roll being Ballad
Obtdrinan Maagan roM Bad itatsd tbi
object in calllog kbe tuaaUaf wu to
elect n i'oiinl of baaltll, 'I'll'1 commit
tee Appointed t feiiner moetini; to
district tlie boroogU into live health
district II the lW provt les failing to
v-port, caused t lio ;i!"cu'si n la l)e tit
le w it Dp by tlie whole conncil. A" a re
suit m itoray time tiint itforded maoh
amusement for the eittMDI present was
the outcome. Motion upon motion win
put unil tie tiiiicklv voted down. THb
council fix illy KOl down to limitless by
it vot ol D to 1 in lvor of the follow
in; division of tha borough mbnitttd
by Couooilnun t B Repi
First district BvgiantBg at the bor
ough lino on tin north to PanOBkg
street.
Baooad district From PartoaafB to
Bntltt street.
Third district From Butler utrcet to
Braid street.
Fourth district - From Broad street to
Fine street.
Fifth dUtrlet From t'i" street to
the south end of the bOtOQfh,
Chairman Mangan nest appointed
the fallowing persons First district,
John Jordan; Second Idiatrtct, ThotBM
English; Third distric, Alexander
Moan ; Fonrth district. Dr. J. J O'Mttl-
left Fifth district Baajamka Harding.
Their terms of office are repeclivelv
three yeirs, two vears. one year, four
years aud tiv- years.
FertySiventh Aunivsrsary.
Chrlt Kenning, the proprietor of the
National Hon, calobratad the 17 th
anniversary o( his wadding aud birth
last eveuittc; by enterUinnm a lare
party of invited friends.
DUN MORE.
Tite parlors of the Indeoeudeut Hose
company w-re entered by some mis
creant at an early hoar Monday Bttorn
tug, who left destrtwtiou in his path
and stole two valualU prize trumpets
Portraits weris cat, statnarr broken
and various other article more or less
ruined. Chief Bnrsehsl portrait was
destroyed completely, a kuife cut hav
ing been run dowu oue side of the
features au I a h ind inserted tore the
large arayou likeness across Broken
glass Uy scattered across the floor from
a broken window by winch the per
petrator bad eutered. L'pstair iu the
coze parlor more eilenes of rnin
were found. A statue of justice
which Lad been purchased and place 1
in the pirlor but a short time ago, was
smashed in fragments by a cobble
stone. The st'tuewaa life size and
cost the chief jffij , horse statue was
itltB broken. White the two prize trom
pets, the pride of the whole couipane
md whieh were milasd at over $100.
Bad disuppeareii. The damage mus:
have len done at abont 1,80a. m , us
severil persons living in close prox
imity ha l beard U'jnml noises about
that time. Th" indignation of the
company member knew no bona Is,
and immediate st-ps were taken to
offer a reward, which waa lacrafiBad by
l he chief cf tb departttaOt, Victor
Bursehel, .-'giin-ic whom the action, if
a spite on, is directed.
Mr. nnd Mr-. T Surlier Hopkins
spent Monday with friends at Tank
BMBOck,
Mrs. L. Tyler Connolly and Miss
Maud lavage spent yesterday witli
Hyde Park friends.
Miss Annie Ryn, of Butler s:ref, is
fflMag friends in Bro-.ikiyn, N. Y.
Miss Lottie Wriitc, of New Haven,
Conn., is visiting Miss Margaret
Matthews.
ONE HCSDRFD D' LLABS REWARD
We will pay 100 reward to any per
son causing the arrest aad conviction
of the tniacre nt who forcibly entered
onr hote honsw about 1.30 Monday
morning, April 18, .md.spit'-fnlly de
stroyed statuary and furnishings, aud
siole two gold lined, silver trnmpets
Particnl-ir fnruniiel OSM aopiic. i
lion Indf.peni f.nt Hose Company
,10 00 Heward I will personally add
fSO.CO to tne ato7 reward.
V" Eurshel,
Chief Fire Depart mrnt
TnitniEsr mutual laaaraaea polity
gain''t att ack of ickr.eJs is to be found
n Inking Hood's ar.-apa.-i..a. It you are
weak it wid make yon str ing.
Hood's pii.ij are the bes1; after dinner
pills, assist digestion, euro headacue. Try
a box, 25c.
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MINOOKA METEORS
Tsls Tersely Told b a Corrsspondsn t
Who Hr All linn N-sr.
fBjsaNsI tt As Bsyaafoa TrUi'im.
Minooka. F'a , April Ifl - Mrs. Mary
Fassbold, of Oreenwoot, lios in a criti
cal condition from theeffntof cramps,
tind hr recovery is donhtful.
tbm Mary Oerrity, of Hyle Park,
called on IfiBOoka friends Hnn lay.
John Fasshold, of th Black Hills,
North Dakota, is summoned home on
account of the severe Mines of his
mother.
Misses Mice Dougher and Bridget
Mslonsy, of Avoca, are Tisiting Miss
Annie Mnlderig
Mr. and Mrs. fleorgi' McCrea.of New
York, are visiting Anthony Hart, on
Main street.
Miss lAnnie Mullen, of Or-enwood,
is slightly indisposed with a cold.
The auditors of Lackawanna town
ship held a meeting last night at the
hotel of Thomas Mullen, in flreen
wood, and waited during the evening
fOf the reception of th reports of last
yenr'i anpervisors, bnt they were
obliged to adjourn on snconntnf the
non-appearance of the supervisors. It
Is time the supervisors sent in their rc
poftl, Dr. It. II. Gibbons will be in his
Scraiiton office every Monday from 8
In the morning until Din the evening.
TAYLOR AND THEREABOUTS
Brssar Bundle of Oissip From the Wide
awnk Borough.
ftfrial to th .S'cnnfon Tribune.
TayiiK, Pa., April 10, - Hlreet Com
missioner Knese W. Reese commencod
work this morning on Main street.
Fhe roada wilt b widened and the
sidewalks narrowed.
George Timlin, the new postmaster,
expect to take possession this week.
He has ordered many new boxes from
a firm ia Connecticut, which will be
ettractive as well n convenient.
Taylor Choral anion, Professor T. J,
Williams. leader, is the choir th it will
go from here to Pittetou on May HO.
Dan Jones and David Williams
visited friends in Providence Sunday
night.
A grand concert and bull will be
given in Weber's rink on April 20 by the
Taylor Society Orntli Vernin. A tab
lean with twenty-eight yonng ladies,
dressed In different costumes and rep
resenting Switzerland, will be giver.
The "Confederate Spy" is being te-
baaraod l y home talent and will be
given in May.
K lUoa'l phonograph will appear on
April Mat tho Welsh Biptist church.
Chariot Woodward, an aged gemle
man, was buried this afternoon in
Forest Home cemetery.
Tho oondnoton sn I ointoruian of the
Ti action company donned thoir spring
suits today.
I '..!. Ami.' i BalVK.
The leht Halve in ih world for Cuts
Uriiises, Bores, Oloara, suit Bheoni. ETavoi
BofB 'letter. Cbapptd Hands, Chilblains,
Uoraiand ail skm Braptioaa) andpoai
ttvly cures 1'ilee, or no pay required. It
! guaranteed to give perfect must action
or money refunded rriOi cent per
box. For aide by Matthew Uros.
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Pf CKVILLE PfNCILINGS
I.lltle L 'oalt Jotted Here and Thsr for
llu' Had Readers
.I'eenii fa hr BwoBtoa 'VjNuae.
Pkokvu.i.b. Ph.. April 1ft Mr. and
Mrs. J oil u BaupMB) of Prloaburg,
circulated uiu mg I'rnuids here on Bon
dy. Charier Cobb, of Hyde Park, was n
visitor hero last Smiduy.
On account of there being no servire
in the Methodist Bpitcppnl ohnrob last
Sauday, most of the loagragatloa at
tendad too Baptist church and listened
to two ablt aariuoni by the K v. v. J.
iiiwst
Too Christian Bodaavot Moiety of
the Baptist church will hold a dim'
social at the home of Mrs. Henry
Obert. on Main street, next Wednes
day evening.
Frank L Taylor is leaiiiifyiiig hie
home with a new cost of punt.
FINANCIAL ANM C0MMERCIAI
ttoakl nd bonds.
Nhw foBXi April 111. There were but
two itoakl that BjrOrtd to any esitent in
the atook market today! naataly, Amarl
can 8ugar and Chicago Oa, Bngar held
the attention of operators in the tirt ha!f
day! but subsequently It was snpplantid
by Chicago iia, which completely eclipsed
the tlret BBBMd. Iu tho early trudmg
Sugar roaoSk to O0k, while the other
prominent i-sues advanced Mb 'lit .
Lackawanna was an exception, -eiim np
IJtolMk After midday Chicago Qa
Pniveel to tlio rropr ntitl uinler heuvv i a
' .li i... r.tad Ivnm S 1 to rill. 'I ha Its,
proVOBWBJ lo Sugar w as agan due t I
Waablagtoa reports lhat the company will
receive the protection it asks and the riso
in Chicago (tas was the rtsultof Chicago
rumors that tho attorney general hud de
cided the quo warranto case iu favor of
the company, it is pet baps needless to
add 'ha' neither of these rumors could be
confirmed.
The following complete tatiie snowing the
day's lluc tuatio'.s iu u'Iiv stin-ke is supplied
and revised daily by UkBaf A Kuller, stock
brokers, lit Wyoming avenue
Opta- Ul -'h- Low Clon
ing, est est. bur.
Am. Cot. Oil BtW .11 "IU, ail,
Atu. Sugar. t"'S '' t'";,s
A. T. & S. F V J-VlS IOI4 I.M4
Can. So. tlM jl1 Mta jH
Cen. X. J
chic. N. W WH 1JU lift, Pflsj
y . B. g M-t, fti SH-4 (U
Chic. Oa i ''s '', :t BW,
C , C. C St. L.... HI 4 t.i M 4 ij
10I . Hock.Val. &T. M U W4 IS4
D. & H H-i-4 ll.'i, IIU4 Ul'4
.. 1.. ffW W5l4 Jtjii4 16SJ4 IBM
D. vt; 0. f S6 a',i4 M SBV4
Erie WH bi's Ufi
U. E. On U (lit 41 "' A
Lali.'?,nor lJtfi.4 111 la)
.. X MM 5IS BM 51
Minhattau ISJ ISS l-T J'.T
Miss. Pac :H 'T :ea H
Xt. Led ml :w.l BU 3",
.V. Y.SN. E I1H tlM I1H III
X. Y. Central Ikii, Umii I0M 100N
X.Y.. O. W MN ItH 1J IBM
X. Y., B. A W
C. S. c. Co i' I'M MM
North Pae 'i 5M rU
Xorth Pac. pf Lin4
Omaha 4n
Mail
Seadlna WH
.11
4o-,
IBM
'.III,
H"-k Island
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-it. Pani mi
Mi
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BM
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70S
to;,
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BfjJ
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i.'nion Pac 21 U BIN MM
Wabash, pf H lW 17M ISM
V. Union H Nw HtU
W. i i I l iH 13U l:i)-4 1MH
W. I E. iif IBM SW i0?
Chlckao Grain
scnANToa. Ap il lii
I ion are simpli, mid
aad Provisions.
-T-e ro!lovln quota
eometed daily by Lo.
Uer A Fiillej-, stock lira
kers.Ul Wyoming ore.
U'lt.
W IT K AT May. .tnty. Sept.
cipentng IBM 61M Bnkl
iiign.-st mt an m
iiweot sou vim 11
'.losing o t-ji.4 1)1
curat,
opening 'fl!, WM
itlchest l't IKj 4IW4
Lowest fsi)4 4,11
Cloelog Hi KiJS IB
OATH.
ojiening B BMU 2r,i.;
Highest CM SMs MM
IwoBt :ilM isi, 2;m
CVxln ;rjM i BM
PORK.
Openia? IBM lilt)
riigh'-st isn Mb .. .
Untest 1.0 i:;io
Closing 130 1.40
LA HO.
Opontag 7M 7i7 7:17
Highest 7dn 7 T7
fxiweet M 7n7 7W
CInw 7i7 71
sn rt hir-"..
Opening.- W0 i'V, BM
ITiirhest, fi-fl 971 BM
fxiweet Brf BM BB
Closing HO 1172 ;su
Tcrnton Whon! rTartfar,
HrA5T0lf. April. 10 VaDTrS ABB Pan
Blir.I ivried apples. pr lb., naTc: evap
orated BtrplBB llali(c. per lh.; Turklsft
prunes, iWagsVi Kngliab curianta. 'Jt'Jie,;
layer raisin. ti.76aT.80r maeeBtelt, iCllOl
i.2a par liox; ew Valencia, ilaie.
per I b.
BBAJM - Marrow-fats, ttv45aS,80 per
buehel; mediums. L70a,BJ
t urean. II IBal.'iO per bushel ;spllt,
t2..riO2.Wi: leutal. Salon, per poBBd.
Potato iBBflOt, per bushel.
OaiOBB- -Vic. per bushel.
Bt; TTu I to Wa ier lb
t'HkKSg 10l3c. DeriO.
Erie fresh, bi'alifc.
Po' i.trv Cbtckatta, drSMBtl, 1" to I.V.:
tnrkevs, II to I to,
Mcats narna llCl Iwrs. 10 ,.,
skinned hams. Wit.-. California hams,
SX.; shoulders, C: blll, heavy,
Ha.: smoksd brnakfesl hncon. I0H
mokbb BasrOnuid, ytc-, set,
I3c. ; iBtMaaaad knuckles, 15 v
POM -Mess at. 117; short cuts, lit,
LaBP tiBaf In ti"re nt, (;,; In tnbs,
Ult.; in Ifi-ponnfl nails, Vf(o.i In B-ponnd
palls, Bjf&i k-ponnd pails. Ilw. par
pound.
I'.ickr (;iioic.e rugarenred, mokl DNf,
He.
Floor Minnesota patent, pr barrl.
i . l Ohio and Indiana amber, at
'...'. . (4rabam at IS.MI; ry Hour, at
.'2.V
llntiKWiir.AT Fi.ooR-f2.70per cwt.
Fun Allied. BBf cwt., alSSo,
ORAttf Rye, '.; corn, 47to40a.i oat.
l011:. pr buihel.
RvkStiiaw- Per ton 'Salt,
Hay fl!) to f 17.
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Philadelphia Tallow Market.
J'nii.ADKi.i'iilA. Apill !5. Tallow was
firm aud in fair demand with, light
stock. Prices wore: l'rimn city in hiu.
heads, 4vlc.; prima country, Iu Imushenile,
4c.: do. dark In barrels, 4nic; cakes,
"mfic.i crease, i'c.
Whm Mby M f-li-lr, we cure ln-r OattOriBi
When she was a Child, shncrlisl for Casturla,
When she lieeamu Mies, she clung lo i'atorla,
Wbuu she liad ChlMruu, she gave thoui Costorla,
I)r Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs and cold quicker thnn nny othor
remedy, because it rombiiiee the lung
heallng quality of the pine tren with other
valuable inedlciiics. Sold by nil dealers
on a guarantee or satisfaction.
WEAK MEN your attention
I 1 1 I '.ia.KO i TBI
Qraat Engllali Remedy,
Cray's iipacillc Medicine
IF YOU SUFFER from Har-
UMUTMIM Utla1 llHI Ut --. , VOUI I W '
luiiiv VvMkiittn of Body Mid Muni, BpertHtV
toirntA) nud bnpotoncyi and auTuiiiMti ihml
irtM LYott ivih iiidttlnnot und mu Abow, m
i Mi iimu y uinl rowtr, tlimimt of Tti
too, rrctiiiittit-no.il 4fomia hi u. v oibordit'
Dslldl tluit loftd 10 ItiNtlilty oi &MttttpUOII
itnii Miii'Hiiv iji'itvo. wtitofor it i .in,' .1. i
Addrwu OllAV MEUiriNU (o, HuiT.tlo,
N. 'I ho sm. oillr Mftlii iiiti in h. lil hy nil
drunUti nt $ poi pnekujo, or hlx pAokiMM
tor Si oi out i'V nt tit ii rooolpl ol moDuyiiua
with over) W.00 ordor w HUARArMTRC
It' tMt rooouiii of oounivrfolta ltuva
doptod loo sfoUoW Wwppor, tlio otHygenu
lilt, t-aUI In Si'iuutoii I i .Slat titt'W i I I'm
PKUKU Niioi: CO., lMp.Ctp!tK!iOOO,000.
n i r.m sikh; in THK WOHMi
",l dola 1(1 H J i (i itottttr fimett.,t
ThliTeiidlett'Holld r'r in d Dontoln Kid bill
ton t'o il uuIUnrml ftt'o unywIi'Tit in ttia t'.S., , .
at eese-iU tm-VII'lolt .Ir-ll, lOlh ) ih.l !
Ag or I'nil.it Nolo (or f .
il rfvi 'ia I'-'i'twu 'w wy hhi
ffr r-' i ,'ltl 111 "tl ret ill Mohb ft.
f V'" 1 -''f"'-' XVn Hirt I"
W JCr I ouitulvrn, thmoloiii w ymt,
t'. V i ir V ' " , ftti' unit ir. n
hi 11 anl one I t BOI Hill lell i
n will n-fanil ilio nnaei
lid imnlhi-r pair. 1 llu
i'oo Of Common Benie,
vl
5V
wl.llhs C, I' V., K IU
, Vysli ii 1 to ft anil hall
.j, A el .- rt.. Nno' tintrit. ;
yijk ire tiiH fit yen,
.3fls . lil.i.i, I-, i
-cv ,j!T7ra 1
Dexter Shoe Co., S8
Ladios Who Valuo
Afoflnodconipleiloiiinttitttsi PouoDi'i rw-
UltT. 1( prtuiui'oa a soft uml h.-antifiil rLiu.
' T" I'llll
ir.Ftowt, j
SUPERLATIVE
MJL
i
mi
m
i
1 lie above brn nds of flour can be had at any of the following merchants,
w ho will accept THE Tribumb flour COI'Pu.n of 2'i on each one hundred pounds
of Hour cr BO on each barrel ol flour.
lcrnton-F. r, Prlo. BTaahlDgton avaanel
Oolii Uia Brand.
Donmora F, P. Prloo. Qold Sieii ii Brand.
l)uumoro-l . L) M.inlay Hnpcrlativt Itran I.
Hyde rark Carson & Davis, Washburn St.
Qold Medal Brand; J semi A. Hears, Mum
avenue, Bnparlative Brand)
Chreen Hida--a UHpenear.Gotil Madal Brand.
J. T. He Hal, Superlative.
Providenoe-Ke:imr & Chappull-N' Main avo
nno. BQpsrlatlVe lirandiC. J (Idle, pi W.
Market street, (lold ii.-d.i Brand
Olyphant -James .Ionian. Buperlaiiv.i Branl.
PeckvlUa shatter A K is-r Suparlatlvi.
Jeriuvu C. u. Winters Co Supeiaiativo
Arobbald Jonea, B mps-ui A- Co . u id Veil il.
Carlion lale-B. S. Clark, (lold Medal Brand,
lloeesdal -I N, r'oster & Co (lol I MeJal.
Minu--I.li M H, I.-veil-
IRON and STEEL
VOBWAlf IRON
III. li DIAMOND
sllVI.lt
K I tlA RPEOIAIi
svll iisoss RNOLISH
JKM8OF8 KNOI4SH
CAS 1 ST! Rlj
UOK8U BHOK8
Tot: CALK
TIltK
M ICHINBRY
BPItINO
sol I BTBBL
ANVILS
n hiiirns
HOMBH N VI LB
WILEY A RUSSELL M
(ill im; M
lltieolj8nder4Co.,Scranton
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wau'onmnkers' and BlaokSUltBl'
HJPPLIKS
C MTV. r o- ' i
T I 7
IB I nvi.hiTi In v Km t'lBiniu.
: . ,i .... tar.
i'.- i i ...i Aft r I Mint
" ,Ml'l""i "r ln.. lly,
l or He by.lollNII. PHELPS, I'hai
Scran ton, Pa.
PENNYROYAL
mmmmimmmk
l&ABk for IB. MOTT'S VBVMTBOTAL rtlA and take no other.
fBii llarilffr
Ult. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO.. - ClovoUnd, Ohio.
urSale byC. M. UAHItlH, Urngalet,
moosic row g
Rooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth BM'ft
NCKANTOV. PA,
MINING and BLASTING
POWDER
Uadaattha UOOBtO and HUnii
DALE WOBKli
Lnfflln A Itaiul l'owder Oo 'i
0RAN&E GUN POWDER
Bltctrlo Battartaa, ("oaai r explot
lag Uasti nfety Kou aad
RapauaoChamlcal Co. 'a High Explosives
MT. PLEASANT
AT RUTAIb
Doalof the baatfinalltr t-r domsalle tise.sn1
of ailstsee, dllvered In uuy part u( IB city
St luweMt nrice.
Onler. liirt nt my i.ftVe.
M. UN, WVOMtNfl at:niik.
Rear room, first floor, Third Nation' iiunic,
in ssBl by mall or telopttOna to IBB mum, will
rsaejya prompl aii- utiou.
hpeclal euntracta will bs nueliibir Hie gaja
mm (luiivery or lim-k wheat Coal
WM. T. SMITH.
The Flour
Awards
"Cmcaoo, Oct. 81. Fh first offlaial
IDBOanoemaat of World's Fair di
plomas on Hour has been made A
medal tins beeu awarded by tie
World's Fair jadgai to the Soar manii
fuclured by the Wasliburn, Crosby Co,
in the iiTi-ni Wathbnrn Flour Wills,
Minneapolis. Tbs crmmittee reports
the Hour strong ami pan, and entitltn
it to nun; as Brst-clatl patent Hour for
Itnuily aud bakers' usa."
MEGARGEL
& GONNELL
tTBOI.BB.aUI All;NTS.
AND GOLD MEDAL
Taylor Jndg A Go., Oold Madalt Atbartea
& Co., Superlative.
Dnryea Lawcenae store Co., Oold Medal.
Moo-lc John McCrindle. (bddMoln!
l'lttnton M. W. O'Boyle, Col I Madal
Clark's Oreoti-Fraco & Parker, Superlative.
Clark's Mimmit - F. M. Voontf, Crola Medal.
Dal ton 8. K. Finn & Son, Hold Modal Hraud.
Nl h .l-in -J. B. ii ,i n.-.
Wayerly-M. . Bill .k Son, (loM Mednl.
ractoryvilU -Charles Uardner, (lold Medal.
Ilophottoai N. M Finn & Son, Hold Meda'.
Tobybaona Tnbyhann Jt Lemhib Lumber
Co . Coid M.slal Brand.
goaldsbiiro-B A. Adams QoU M-lal llrau d
Mo..w (laiire SCli uients, Hold Medal.
Lak Ariel James A Bortn e, Hold Medal.
Forest Cily J. L MorBBB B Co., Hold Meda'
WAGON WHEELS
AX LBS
BPRIN08
HUBS
BI'OKBS
RIM8
BTBKIi SKEINS
It. it. SPIKES
WELLS BROS SCREW
ICRINERY,
RESTORE
LOST VIGOR
rrscn yon tipiri ft i?pir Hold With WIiITTRN
fn.m bv ..,.... t - , . ... . ... . . '
i . a. .
ll.eopoi l hT m ,l. ,, !,..., f, y wau eru.r
maclst, cor. Wyonilnc Ave. and FiuuceSt.
Tho only enfn, sum nnfl
roliablo Female PILL
over offered to Ladies,
eapeolally recommend
ed to niarrlod r,nHir
PILLS.
I J7 l'eiin Avemin.
Spring
ghams.
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
patrons.
GLOBE WAREHOUSE,
PITTSTON, PA.
E. Robinson's Sons1
Lager
Beer
Brewery
Manufacturer of tl,.- ColubrateJ
PlLSENER
Lager
Beer
CAPACITY
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
AST YEAR he had saved $300,
He bought a house -w orth $1850
paid ;00 dowu, gave a mort
gage for $1,550. Today he esti
mates as follows:
Rent saved f2V) 0)
Intcreet on iuorti:Ke $su 0j
Taxes aud repairs iO 119 SO
Not saving on rent $2U 51
Saved ou Hilary 5o UJ
To apply on mortgage fclTO BJ
RX FLECTION-"!. n FOVB years thai
bouse will ba fra rroin dbt nud l shall
bave a I... in- t my own."
OBBBM RIOOB is the paradUe for
home. Finn A Soon iMe i.-c.-ntly fin
lab) n beantltnl villa, which thajr offar
ou eney puymrutt, ut SlSSft
Call at thaSr ofllea, betwaan Waahlactoa
and AUania on oiivc street
EZRA FINN & SONS,
M ALONE Y
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
llniiulsctitro.-. sotl r)l-'re I
Burn in x
lubricating
UscSuaftiiiganfl Journal Greasa,
OfnCKl -K Wet Larkawann Are.
iks Meridian tr
N. A. HULBERT S
City Music Store,
ojiim a . BUHANTUib
HTUIMVVY A SON
I'M lll.lt IIHOTIIKIIS ABB
ril'ANiril 1i UAtlU
i- i i.i . & UAUKB
si. h Km t. ..r BrsMiaai
UVBIOAti Mi iu n andisu
in ml iao., iota
Hotel Wavcrly
KitrepMin l'lan. Kii vt oliu" Hsr etturhofl
I'.iMii lor llerguor A K&fl's TaBBMUBN
Bo.r
E, Cor, 15th end Filbert ,ti, Philadi
Most deslrabUi tor MsMants at n k. pnn;
lylvutla All oottvautaneai tor travelers
to nd tKU Woad Btreet elation and the
'Iwellth end Market Stret eUtlon. Lle
iriile for vieltlng Msrsntoulaue and poo
lie In tlio Autlirnclto lieglou.
T. J. VICTORY,
PROPRIETOR.
BLOOD POISON
OILS
BUSINESS AND
I'll VmIi I l .V sn -.1 KUI'.ONM.
I )" KUIIAIt IJKA.N has removed to tiTll
1 s Spruoo ntreot, Keruntou, Pa. (Juet op
poHlte OOBJVboaa riipiaraj
)H A.J. LONNKl.L. 000 BJl WiabUMTtOa
? avonua. COTBM IprUM Btn-ot uvnr
I' iiiiM l, drug etoro. KeMdelice, 'iti Vluu Ht.
(Jlln-o lioiiri,: Ju..'(0 t. la u. m. mid '4 to! and
Ui fJU p. in. Sunday, i! to a p. in.
1)1'.- W. & AI.I.KX. ottlco our. Uok
A wanna and wuslilnyton are. ; ovr Leon-
anl sbua etnrr; ollieo ho'ire, lUtxillia. m. and
( p in.; evening at lueldouue, OU X
Uhlllligtoil vo.
I )lt CI. I'jti-.y. M-aetici limited to Uli
' I SMS of th,, Kye, liar, Noho and TBroati
opioe, ixi Wyoming sve RlUnoe, Stt Vine
BtroBt,
I V" I. .M IJATKK 120 Wi.Hlili.irt.jli Avwiui.
is otll'-o lioure, 0 to u a in.. I 'm,. atnd
t" h p.m. rtrideuo(JUV Madieun avenu
;ll- L WJ...NT,, .m I), uatcae U mid .1
'' ' -ominouwealtii liuilding: re!ilen'-,i '.U
MsdiKjiisvo; offleohoBrs 1 5 to 12, 2 to -I, 7 to
; Huudava'.iiniot. itwnlngs at leeldnn'te. A
"pi eliilty ins.li. or dljniis,-H of tbu eye, er. DON
and throat sn gyneeologi
VK'IKUIKAItl ICUOKOM
II' ." ll-KOr. V rin.. i y .-.,rg.- ,ii. n --i
J j. tmtiy a -iiiltjri gold madauat of On
larlo Vatsffnsrji CoUef. oiH,. m hpru.-o
tral 'J. i...'j.,ii.- j.u
I.A t VMItB,
I ? . KAN 'K H Law and Uolleatlou of
J . BO. Ho. I7 boiuee t., oppoelte Kor.it
ilouso. Bcranton, la.; eoUoctioB Hpeelalti
throughout Penn7lrnii reliulilo iiruepoud
ijt.H in every eoiin ty.
1 1.
BUfB A HA. .11, Attoruam ami CnunaeL
J lora at Ijiw,
(aaiujunwealtb building.
V. B faaam
J . i - . . k II Mr.
anbiiigtjD avu.
w n Jaaacr, 7a,
w
II. AllO W.iiiKI.N 4: knaim.
nejaaiel .unsejoi st Law. lieuubluxn
dinv. WaabiiigVin ave.. K.-iatiton. Pa.
bull
UOTujllll A WILCOX Attorneys anl
'.nr-i -., at uiw; oiui.ee auo Lturarf
building. Hcranujn, Pa.
BpawBUi ii rATTiiiHos
WlLMAM .'
A LKBKDHAND WILLIAM J. HAND, At
- tot neys aud Counsellors, (.'jinn.unweanti
buddlne l,.,m l. 31 and ::1
IA' R BOYLE, Attorney at I.a Hand
Burr bt ili. n'. W h b in g 1 on s v e n ,
HENlty M BEELT Lawoffiee in Pric
building. 126 Waabingt'ju avenue.
1,'ltANK I OK. .1.1., Atlomeyal Law. Boon
j. OoalJCicbunge jieranton. Pa.
MJI.'lo;; W i.ijV, UY.", Att ye 227 Wasbjng
( H M) ST(;J, H 1 ton av 1 II sjuare
I All EH W 0AKPOBO Attorney t Law
I room a WandeO. OoBIIBOBWwJth b'l g
CAML'KL W. BDUAB, Attorney at L.-A-U
Otto U17 Bnruce at . Hcranton. Pa.
IA. W'ATKt:-), Attorney at Law, i2t
J. Iaeka wanna aue s-ianton I'a
IJ P. bUJTH. ConnscUor at liw. Olfao.
. rooma 01. 05. U Ounuionwnsltli kuiliiii.s
H I'lTCHElt. Attorney at Law, Com
n.o'iwes tli bniloing. S'-ranton. Pn
( OMKOYS. :ui Spruce et
I b. HKPLoiiLli. Atpjri,ev-i. n. ne.-,
4Jl?jg 9" real estate seenrlty.4U Sprue-
BK. KILLAM, Attorney at Law. 12U Wy
s oruingavenue. S'-ranton.
HAVE YOUB DiEOB AND 110HT(AGIKS
written and acknowledged bv J W
BROWNING. Attorney and Notary Public St
Commonwealth Building.
NCHUlllA
CCHOOL opt"he1ckawan-
sJ ton. Pa, prepares boyand rlna for college
or business- thoroughly trams young children
Catalogue at reijuust
Rtv Thomas M CAa.
WALTtM H BfEt.L
Miss WORCESTKK'S K1NDERGAKTES
nd School. 4i2 Adams avenue Pup-.u
nceivod at all time Next term will onea
April .
llf.N I IB1
" C. LADBACH, Bosaoa Dentist, No, lli
' Wyoming v
H M. .-'1 KA'i'i 1 iN. r.fn-f. , ,l K -bsti -
UIA5A
THE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Aaso
nation will loan ou m 'nev on easier terms
and pay you better on Investment than any
other astoolation Call on S. N. CALL. N
DF.R. li-ine Bank building
HHtua.
GR. CLARK & CO.. See 'stnen I ; r:-"
and Nurserymen; store 14 Washington
avenue; rreen house, 1S5J Nor.b Main avenue.
store telephone 782
TEA.
UHANO I N10.N TEA Co.. ,Ion.. Br,.
M IRJ si RK(
TOS KUETTKL, U Lack.wann avei
" Kcragton Pa . it aoufr of Win -
HOTELS AM) HI T A CHANT,
'VllE VbsTMINslLR. i-i 21 ym ng
1 ave Roonis heted with Steam: all mod
ern Improvements C M. TWBHAB. Pron
rI lEQLER'fl HOTEL, S27 Uckwanii ave
Li an. BcraatOt Kates reasonable.
P EiBBta, Proprleto
n" ESTilLNsTER HOTEL
W, G. SCHEXCK. Manager
Sixteenth street, one HON east of Hr,.adway.
t tTaMB Square, New York,
American plan, t 60 pet dnv nd upward
(10YNE UODaE, European plan; good
. rootua Oticn day sM nighL Bar sup.
pllel with th Dest.
P. H, COYNE, rronrletar.
ctiiAK r-ON HOI sEnearl'i. L A- W p.
i senger deisit Oondticted mi the Enrapaai
plan. Vii tok Korn. Proprietor
('KAMI CENTRAL, lb .ars'i-: an.l Deal
I eouippel hotel in Ailentown. P.i , r.iUu
2 and I2.UU per day,
VlrTVK D. BABBBB, Proprietor.
Am nun ra
It AVIS A BOUl'T, Architects. Booms it,
I ' IS
fc bd Oammofl wealth bTrTt, S. ranton
1
L WALlEK. Architect, Library luii.f
inc. WViBBBIw svenu Scranton.
l,1 U PUOW N. Ar, h IV Ar,
I htltldlnttlBl V ssliington A
bitect. Price
Mim I 1.1 li ot .
MAlEKs UKCHK.-TRA M I'M' " KOB
IJ balls, picnics, iwrties, receptions. we,i
dmgs nnd conceit work furnished. For terms
address R. .1. Ilmot. conductor. 117 Wyoming
eve., ovim tlulhert's music store.
Mi'KTON IV SWAI.fS WHOI.ESALR
lumber, t ami DttM Hank building,
Scrnnton. Pa
MEUARUSB BROTHER PRINTKR8'
mpplica, enrelopsa paper bajrs. twine.
V nieliouse. btl Ns'HsnlttRtou ave. Scranton
Ps.
I 'm TF. m I 1VHIV l.vil sj-..i,e nvenne
First clsss can (sees U I, IOOTH, Agt
Funernl Direcloi- nu.1 Embtiltticr.
nRANK l'. BROWN a COa WHOLE
I sale dcaNus in rsMlwaro, Cordnge a rul
(ii, ciot1'. ROW, Lackawanna
PEllA FiNN s..i,S, htUld, rs and , onlia,
J 1 tor. tnr.U Corner olive st. ami Ada mi
ave : corner Ash st. and lVnn ave . Scranton
THK
Thatcher
S THE Br ST. GH)t prices nn.l
scp 1 h ftirunce ami lie con
unco,!. A full line of HEAT
1 US, AproUo ami tlatiza Door
Rnngtt
CONIAFS HARDWARE
IM ITSTON I'.L.
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: mm
COUPON NO. 42. I
aaa Zm
a a
BB
Send or brinff two of these
S with Ten Cents, und (jet oue of tlio series of sixteen niaoniticeii
S photographs. Eight numbers now ready. Mail orders,2c. extn
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Antttac deal used exclusively, lusuriuo
rtWslllmssS and eomfort.
T1MK I AIILK IN BITBOT FKU. 1, 1S94.
Trains leave Hcranton for I'lttBton, WIHfnB
liiirrij, ute , nt H.lli. 11,18, ll.HO a. in., i2M, 'i 00,
?ii'.' 1 1 UM '' " ''uudaye, tt.UO a. m
MSJ, 2 W), i ,10 p. in.
I'or Ailatitio City, 8.10 a. m.
For .New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8 10
(xpreiuo a. m., 12.30 (express with Bulfet
parlor ear;, li :w f.-xprou.; p. in. Sunday. 2.UU
p. BV
Kou Mali 11 Ciil'xk. AbLBBTOWBj lifcTIILt
IIKJI, l,Ar.T.iii and I'llll. AliH.l'IHA, 8.io a. m,.
.I..10. UO (exceiit Pbiladolpniaj p in.
BnpdlT, t.OU p m.
For I.oMi hiiAnni, Ory.An Ghovk, etc., at
K wa m . u. u p ni.
Wot Iti-a.iing. .,.,,:moti aud llai riebiirg. via
Allen tu wo, e,io u. U1 i..jo o.oo, p.m. Bandar.
2lJp. in. ' "
For 1'ottnvllle, 8 10 a m , 12 Ulp m.
lUtUrpIhg. leav.) New York, foot of Lllierty
ItH t MOna river, at AM (exprees) . uu,
I I". -!.., '.-xpr.-v, witb liuiiet parlor eari
. Bt hnnday, a in
Leave I'liiladelnbia. Iieaillng Terminal, .0U
v. hi.. 2.WI nnd I :i p m. gottdsjr, a. in.
i bioiigb tlelt.-ts to all p. mt. at lowtaet ratos
may be bud ou application in advanco to the
pcatgntal Ika station.
II P BALDWIN,
J. u OLBAUUir. ,itu
(ieti Ktlpt.
DELAWABI ANL) IIL'Ij
S(JN KAILKOAU.
Commancinf ICay 211. UBJ,
trainn will run ae follows:
rains leave Bridim Street
nation, Bcranton, for Pitta-
W M m ml at.. I2.IU,
93
for r an
AM hor Ni-w York and Phila
delphia, Ilia, m , 12.10, ,
2 . UO and I J :J p m-
Vot Ilonehdale rrroui L'-lawsre. Lackawanna
and western depot;, 7 OJ, b.'4t. 10 10 a.m.. 12 0(1
in . 2 17, 0 10 p. in.
for 1 aibondale and intermediate ttatlOMk
0.40. 7 00, tM, 10.10 a. m. 12.00m.,? 17, 3.10,510,
' 20 and V 30 p. i from Bridge Street 0,-pot.
2.00 a. .. 2.17and 11 30 p, m.
Knat express to Albsuy. Saratoga, the AdU
roiidack Mountain, Boaf.u ud Sew End ui
po uts. 0 40 a. tn., arriv.ag at Albany 12.40.
1 1 t 2 2n p. m , and leaving hcranton at 3
p m . arriving at Albany at 6. V p 111., Sara
toga. 12 00 a in , and b.eton. " "' a m
The only direct route between the coalfield
nd Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Hout
ol America' Vj the Adirondaek Moutitain re
eiits. IjJt. Ooorgt-iid C'hmpla!n. Montreal,
OU-.
Time UbWje showing 1ij.-1 and through train
service between stations on all divisions OeUe
wsre- end Hudson system, may be obtained at
alJ Oelaware aud Hudson ticket ofline.
H. G YOL'NG. J. W BL'KOICK,
Second Vice President Gen Puss. Agt.
I LHIG'i VALLKY BAlLRrAD
- PB. 11, 18SU.
Train leaves Borastoo tor Philadelphia aul
New York via. It A H K K t 8 a-m 12 10,
LH and II HO p. m via OLA- NT, K. B . 1 00,
8.o H an a. m..und l.i p. tn.
Leave fceraotou M Pittston and Wi!ke
Barre via D L A W K h, (J.OJ, 8 06,11.20
a. m , 1.80. 3.61. tj.07, .38 n. m.
Leave Hcranton tor wjUt Haven. Hazletoa.
Pottsrille and all pointe on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottsville branche. via E A W.
V.ot'ja.m . v.aD. A H. R. R at 8 am.,12.1'A
UU. 111 p.m . ria D . L. a W. R. B., o.uo, 8.08,
11.20 a m., 1 Ba tM p.m
Leave Beraatoa for Bethlehem, Eaatou,
Reading, Hnrri-burg and all mterniedlat
joints via D A- H K. R . s a m . 12 10. 2.IH. II. Ui
1, m .via OLA W. B K..0.00.8.08. 11 20. m
I.B0 p.m.
Leave Scranton forTnnkhaunoclr, Towanl,
Elmira. lthac,,. fjanara and all n:ermedi ,te
po.nts via D. A H K R. ,1 117 a m. 12 10 and 11.3J
p. PL, via I) J.. A- W K R., " Ol a.m.. 1.4I p in.
Leave Scrantou for R'hester. Huffalo HI
agat-a Fulls, Detroit. Chicago and all p)iut
west nD 4 H R. R. i.o: im.,12 IQ,t.U,llJI
ri m . via D. L. A- W. R. R. and Pittston
Junction, 8 0S- -i rn l.ao i. J8 p. m., via E k W.
R R 3 (1 p. m.
For Elm ra and the west via SslamaTioi. via
Ii. & H K R H.iiT a.m., I2l0t;.ir, p. ru . r.aD,
L. W. R.K.. .8 08 a.m.. 1 Ml and 8.07 p ru.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L & B. Junction or
VVilkes Barre and New York. Pbiiad -lp da,
buffalo and Suspension Endge
ROl.LIN H WILBUR Wen SUDt. East Die.
('HAS B, LUE. tint. Pas- AgX Phila .Pa.
A W .KONNEMACHER.Ase't aen.Pasa Ag't,
South Bvthiebem. Pa.
DLLAW-ht, LACKAWANNA AND
WESTERN RAILROAD.
Trains let. r Scranu as follows: Eiproa
for New York and all js.ints East. UO, 2.5U,
Llu, 8 .00 and U..0O a m ; 12 f. nnd H.M p, m
Express for Easton. Trenton, Philadelphia
an t the South, 010, 8.00 and .5u a. m.; 12.55
aud 'i On p m.
WsBhtBgsoa and way stations. 2.40 p. m.
Tobyhanna accomne siation. Ul p. m.
Expr as for Binghamton. Oswego. Elmira,
Corning. Hth. DansMlle, Mount Morns and
Buffalo. 12 In. 2 10 a. m. and 1.24 p. m.. making
close com octions at Buffalo to all points in aha
West, Northwest and Southwest.
Hath accommodation, s.20 a m.
Blngi,niton and way stations. 12.37 p m.
Nirhcdson and was stations. 6 40 p m.
Btngbamlon and Elnnra Express. I US p, m.
Express tor Cortland, Syracuse. Oswego,
Vticaand RichhYld Springs. Ill 1. in. aud 1 i
p. in.
ltli.nc. 2.10 and V20 a m. and 1.21 p. m.
For Nottbiirabcrland.Pittston. Wii(,e Barre.
Plymouth. Blis.nislmrg and Danv-.llo, making;
close connections at Northumberland for
Wiiliamsixirt, Hsrrisburg. Baltimore. Wash
ington and the South.
Northunilarland siul intermediate stations.
( .On. 1' 00 a m. and I PO and 6 07 p m.
Nant:c,.ke and mtermediaP stations, 808
ai d 11 2n a m Plymouth ud intormedlati
stations. BIDMkd ttlfi1 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
express trains.
for detailed information, pocket tiro," tables,
etc . apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket onVe,
lt 1. a. -kawanna avenue, or deiiot ticket ofiic
S"KANT ntriiON.
In i n. . t Jaaaary BBtb, isnt.
..rtb Bei.n.l.
IMiiitb aiuinrV
v08 i4 eo
toe vw mis
- - m - Stations
t a. r; bj S t
r r- l
s c, ? 5 w (Trains Pally
Fx- - e i c a s
.7. o pt Kiinday.i - 5 a
r a Arrive bear
. 7N. Y. F'rsnklln s;. .
. 7 10 West 42nd si reel .
. 7 oV Wecliawkon I .
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7
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set anl on
1- mi ma a i cine armc a ha m r
All Hiiliviunit.ill except Sundnv.
f tUrnlllOl thai trains slop on signal for pa,
s cngers.
Addltloniil trains leave OBrbondAle for scrnn.
ton 1 10 and t, II D. 111 . arrlrliis-al scranton 1. 51
and I 00
Uave Rcranton for cifaoaaali EH and s.so
arrH lug at CarbonaAle at ; Id and I.U p. m
secure rates la Ontario a Western bolora
Rnrehaslng tickets ami save mone Ilav and
in . Kiprcss to the West
.i.e. ABBAfBOB) den. Pass. Agt.
X. "Utoiott, Plv. Pass, Agt. Scranton. Pa.
1? HH" ANI WYOMIND VALI.F.Y KAlLf
I. KOAD
Train laav Scranton for NVw York and in-,
ternicdiat.i points on the Krle railroad nt UU
a. 111. and Ui p. m. Also for Hnwley nd
local points at rt ;,'. 11.4,1 and :124 pm.
Train leaving at 0 4.1 a. 111 and : 21 11 m.
r through ti-ftins to and from Hnnesdale.
Trains leave for W1i1.es Ban al a n a. m. nd,-'
;t ti p. in.
coupons, tliflerenllv
nnmbeml, I
nt S
xtnt. a