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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13. 1894.
ONE CENT A Word. Wants of all kinds cost that much, c.r rcpt Situations Wanttd, which arc instiled FRSK. Situations Wanted. '"nWTION' WANTED A FIRST fLABS at.um or hot water Utter who eu tew charge nml lay out Work, wishing position as tlttor, cau furnish the very best of references from past employer Address .1. C VAN FLBST, BID Adams avenue, Boranton, Pa. nosmoN WAMTKD BY Yol'NU MAN 1 with technical e location, capable of bo lug any work requiring energy and i i Btinoa m nso Teaching, draughting or oSoe work preferred. Adre.-wM. N., Tribune, Scrsatou, Pa. ANTK1' POSITION AM LADIFB' Done. DMT of lvt'Ti'Uci'K. lorins. ji.,a per day, Addreee "W. E..'" Tribune office. VITI ATION WANTED r.Y DRUQUI8T, O lu yean exrerienoe; 6rst-clsia references. Address, Ol'll. in care of Tribune ottiiv. VMfrATlON WAN iKDliV7 FIRST-CLASS book-keeper and stenographer; wul atart : can lurnlsn reierciices 11 1. 1' , Bos i w at moderate wai needed. Addreai City. OITUATION WANTED BY A CABINET O maker and carpenter teafurnitureetore or where needed. Willing t. make himself useful. M D 6U Hyde Park BTonns.clty. OITUATIOM WANTED' AS TKAMsTKR. Addreei F. R, 113 Forest court, city. SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNU nun wlio is willing t iln my kind of wo?k; age, U; fair penman; can furnish go.s.1 reference, Addreei al a. (Foal OSoejiSoran t n YOUNG MAN IN DRY OOODS 08 rooen store, or tone business where be eonld work up. Some experience, gisai refer ence, will work cheap Address P. O. DOS li Montrose, Pa. m a Xi gr Notice to Taxpayers. TOTICE TO TAXPAYERS THE TAX 1 payer) of tho city of Beritntou, Pa., will liun iiy inku notioe that tho board ot appeal) appoint'1'! py the city councils of aald rlty to In ar ami determine appeals from city asHess msnts for thi year I S'J4 aro holding meetings daily at tim office of the oity elwi between the lr urs of ll a. m. BndB p. in. for tho pin poM atorcsaid anil that appeals will only be hoard In oaeeaot new aaBassuieuBi tor aald year, tin authority vented in said hoard not permitting th-.' revision of BBBSBSineUtS for any yoar hut that of 1S!I. Tho meetings of tho board mil is) March ,n. l'l. By order ol board of appeal) At. T. LAVBLLE, Oltj Clerk. Quick work Kcaionul.lc Special Notices. ' 1 M i W I 0 if " IT " M AY ( i N I ER N :" ,M Y 1 wifo uonjao, having left mv bed and board) i tereby wain tho public no: to iiariHr or trust her on my ai-couut. 11KNRY BABMEB. 1 LANK ROOKS. PAMPHLETS, at AO A 1) zincs, etc., ti mud or rebound at Tin: TBIBUBB office. prices. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OALIPOR 1 ilia you hIiou!i1 have our pamphlet on the reeouroe) of that ttata It describes area! bargains. Pamphlet fro.' Foster A Wood sou, lit WaablpgtOD street, Chicago. MEAL TICKETS CAN HE HAD AT lit, corner Spraoo ItMSt and Franklin ave nue Twenty meal ticket) for J&iU. Hood table board. Agents Wanted. AN tElV MAN A ITU LlFr AN 1 1 FIRE olUitOf m Hit muueemenu io Mi M Bcti building, Xiackawanna county rij;bt man. Addresd Philadelphia, Pa. r AN TED-BOYS AND 01KLS WHO Wiab to make money wii'ii out ot school; send name ami we will tell yoBBOW! no money wanted. F. BTAYNEK, ProTidttBO) KL 17 ANTED TWO YOUNG MEN OF GOOD Steady employment for good men. Apply NATIONAL CLEAN TOWEL COMPANY. Arcade buil linic. FINANCIAL AND COMMtKCIAl Stocks and Bond. Nsxy YuitK, March 19 The declaration of tho BaBal ilivideuiU by the Aiuericau Siinr company mi bntnnlay crcaieil ijulto a liullleh feeliiiu In the IuiltiatriaU ul the opening of b Balneal this morning'. Por chases soon to i., about a rise ot n Siigur and l in UbiCAfO Gas Missouri Pacific wus m lxtter icquest ou rumors time the annual report to be publixhed to luerrow will bo more favorable tBBB ex pected. Toa atock adYBBOed liper ceBt, to '..'s anil was decidedly more active. Dig Ponr was another strong utook, while tho Grangers, Delaware and Hudson ami Atchison Wrro bought with mure ooull dence. The foil awing complete table shnwiuii ttin day's tluctuations in active stocks Is supplied and reytaed daily by Lai la A Fuller, stock brokers, Wyoming avenue: Open- Burn ing, m U -ANTED -rcsjm 24, Wanted. A TYPEWRITER. APPLY Commonwealth. ' ANTED a OR ROOMS FOR LIGHT hous j-ki-epinu', centrally located. Address Tribune T. B. DOABD WANTED BY GENTLEMAN ON U i he Wit de. where w full pari but few boarders .culars. Address ara taken; Stat g.. Tribune office. "" ANTED A SIX OR EIGHT HORSE VV power upright boiler, second hand Ad dress, star Steam Dyo Works, Carboudale. Pa. Helo Wanted Females. GOOD COOK AND ALSO A WAITRESS to 'J p. m. t i J. wanted at Bid Adams avenue. Apply ' For Rent. HOfSE FOR RENT NEAR PoSTOFFICE. containing fourta-n nwnw and laundry, all la Una order. SpbndM location fur rent ing romiahad r.onn, Apply at 587 Linden srret " (iVt -i IUTH MAIN AVENCE-TEN ROOMS. Mo lern convenience.. 1st April. Dh. GIBBS. 21T S. Main Ave. Am. Cot. Oil... Am Sugar A T. .V S. F. . . . Can. So. Cen. N.J Chic. A N. W. C, B. & 0, Chic. Gas C C. C. & St Col. Hook. Val D. U D., L. & W 10TV, U .U, W Erie G. E. Co .ake Shore L JtN Manhattan Mies. Pae Nat. Lead N. Y. N. E. N. Y. Central N . Y.. O. A W.... N. Y..S. & W.... U. S. C. Co North Pac North Pac. pf ' '-nana Pac. Mail Reading Rock Ialand... R. T st. Paul T..C. 4 1 Texas & Pac. L'nlon Pac.... Wabaas, pt I4M W. Union ' W. & L. E W. A L. E. pf WM est. :'t. Low est. KM Cloa- leg. H MM 14V4 117 ICWj sot ttsMi , L... ' ,T ,IS7U .. 17 .. HU .. 1 I'm .. . 13 ..:oji4 .. m .. 17sj iv, m ll'la til SOUTH HYDE PARK AVENUE TEN 1 rjoms. Mudeia convuui -nc -s. jis.'ju. DR. GIBBS, JIT S. Main Ave. T'OR BE ST -H EALTHIE8T AND BEST JT hoiiao in city. All eonvenicnees. Rent moderate. Soe :h:u perfectly equipped bouse heUTe renting elsewhere. W. Gibson Jones, 311 Spruce street. L'OR REN r RESIDENCE: MODERN IM JC provements. J '.7 per month. Call at fX) Marion street. T 'lift RENT THREE-SIORY BRICK T '""use M, Adam ave. Apply MAURICE LUI.L1.V-. ar. .-i w.-st L.aek. i lli m "7, lu m it ii-s 17 V, m iuS lew h 7WH) KM 70 m a I9M 7 ISU mi HI ll 4i son UN ifti iriHi lti7U 17 mt I'Ms 47 ia MM aiti 1H( ni IB' w i;u 4)i ii' ii lVn I4M f.VI U 4ft, GENERAL NEWS INDUSTRIES Important Constitullonal Point to Be Raised Kfardlng Lonij DistaDCit Trolley Lines. ARE THEY UNCONSTITUTIONAL Tho Pennsylvania Railway Systom Will Advance the Contention That They Aro Parallel and Competing Lines, Within tho Meaning of the State Constitution, and a Prolonged Series of LltlglOUl Activities May Do tho Result Various Other Cul lings of Live News and Gossip Re lating to Industries. Relates LIVER CURES Biliousness. CCRKB Biliousness. CURBS Biliousness. Hli.it Proof. My wife has been trouble.1 with Liver Complaint and Pal bHbUob r the heurt for over a year. Her eu- liaftleil lUu skill of our b.-Ht pliyalrluuH After iisIiik three bottle) of your ilurdoi K Blood HittMianhe la al most entirely w.-ll Wn truly rnoanunand your uiiKiicine. K W. IHWU Monti.. Iter, Wllliania Or. . O BUSINESS AM) JWK5 I'UYSK 1ANS AM HUKQKONIL I li (i. 10. DEAN, Diseases .if tho Kye, Noae a' 'i in. ...I una j. ltu ODUri li.iUMo. 11 II 01ft MM Ili4n BUM I37W IsTM I7M 1. 4IU, mH .fix I Jo nu 171, iv 17 ft! "; 19'-4 g 18M !Hs Mil II 4U?I C'aicaio Oraia and Proviilini. srriAMotf, Mar-li i. The folloTini qnota t;onare upplied and orreeti'l dally by Li Bar Fuller.etoolt broker 1,121 Wyoai'.n.- avj. SI West Laek. ave XoK REM'-TWu-STOKV BRICK HOUSE, X No i Halletead nlaee. Appl7 MAL'RICE COL1-IX8, agent, 7s'l West Lack avo. T.R RKN'T-.-flTr. "F F( )UI4 KuOMS I )N A first floor, Webster avenue, at jlU. t. t. Wood, Wool's College. TVjR RF.NT-TWo ST'lRY BHU K DWKL T ling hoaee: modern improvement.-.:. 3I-"i Forest place; rent, JA Apply to MAL'KIi E COLLINfl. agent, 721 West Lackawanna a TT'O rIREN'T - STORE ROOM tS LACKA X wanna avsnuo from Apr.l I, also rooms on seeond ll.xir BraD mlauteil for imsineas or housekeeping. Also BOBBB. 140H CBBOBBBBfB1 hue with all modern improvements, beauti fully papored. F s PAULt litVI Sanderaon avenue. "noR REST, APRIL 1ST. In - "lil." s-f RE X known as N'.-v York Storo, double or sin Ble. Apply t F. L i'aull.; iDKr.. j.l LAI KAWANNA 0. b Lackawanna avenue or at the 1 Frnv. l premiaea. t nOB RENT-THREE Ro6MS, FRONT ON X seen id floor, over N A Hulliert's music fore, 117 Wyoming avenue, from April 1. In quire in the tore. TJOUBI rOB RENT ONE BLOCK FROM XI Kwt ofT.ee, eontalnlng fourteen rooma Bnd laundry, all in nne i rdor. Fine location to l. t furnished rooms. Apply at M7 Linden Bt reet. ffO LET FOR A TERM OF EARS 1 Part or all of three hundred feet of yard room along railroad. Apply at MtiFranklia BYtBBBi 'O RRNT-HTOhF. Vxm OK FURNISHED hall on Oronn HI I go atreot Very deslr i- eln iOQatipB and on rBBBOBBBli terms. App.y to F. E. NETTLETON or C. H. WOOORCF F. Republican building. For Sale J''or'sal'e-f1ne'Tlve' of KtooSES surriea, .hratona, store wagons, ntnol ak.-in lnmhr wagons at bargains at M T. KEL I.ER'S Lackawanna C.rriago works. uue. WHEAT. Mar. Opening U Highest 57 Loweat fM'4 Closing CtiVj COll".. Opening FH( liigheet H69i Lowest 8M Closing S-'iji OATS. Opening :4 Highest 0 Lowest l Closing 3U PfiRK. Opening 1110 Highest 1110 ixiwest 11"- Clostng 1IUS LARD. Opening ftT.'i Hik'heat 878 Lowest I!'l5 Closing m SH RT WfW. Opening 870 Highest f"i) Lowest 8 A Closing MIS Miy. k 67H mi ITU m ya 1 37 nil 1112 (170 1178 CM WO :.2 87 a70 872 Julv. Olli Ul CO nu Mfi HU toy !!s4 m 1130 112n US) 112U 0.7 m H57 ti)l .172 ,72 It n undeDtooil in HarrisbnrK that the I'lMinsvU nut liailroal couipany in tend HtthtiiiK the Peinmylrniiia Trao tlou eiHiipaiiv, who inteii 1 baililinit u line from Harrilburg to Phllnflelphta, (0 tho hitter and. The traution com pany recently tvnn a point when the supreme ooDtl decided that atroet rail way companies in the maanlag of the net of ssi-ml.lv, uii(tit mean roads be tween oouliiikj'itious points. In some OOUOtiei the l'enns Iv.iul.l Will Ht p the trnotlon ooinpnoy from oroutng the bridges erected by ttiem over the railroad tracks, Tho princlpil con tention and tli' one which will curry the i'M)e to (lie I iiie.l Statu) etlpreoie court, ahould it be decided iii.'ulu)l the ratlrond in Panniylvanla, ia th charter Fur a parallel and competing road Is a violation of the contract between the stiito of IV'iiisvlvauu Hud the PannayWanla rallrotvl The road to b-1 pnrslleltd is the Old Sute road to Colombia, and the state, when owtisr, prartntad any oompetitlon. Thia riiti t. the railroad claims, was sold them with nil the fraochiaes aud privilege), and any attempt to Kraut another privilege now is a violation of tholr coutract. Evry railroad in tbeatate is interested iu thia matter, hs all are losing, their loborbao tratllc through the electric road) lapping nsarby towns. Shonld the I'liited State) decide that they are merely carriers within the towns for which they are chartered, and Dot be tween contiguou) point), it will deal a death blow io the street car companies, Hereafter, it is Mid, eastern business from Cincinnati will be pooled between tho i'aiinsylvauia, Baltimore and Oaio Southwestern, and Dig Four. The creation of this pool means much to the traveling public and to the rail roads. Indeed, it may lead to a aigan tic pool mid be merged with the St. Louis and Ciucinosti I'assonger com bination. The railroads will first try the pool without un executive offlcr, and if this proves a sucevss, greater thiugs m:y he expected. Robert H. Coleman la endeavoring to indues the Hssignses to start up the great iron furuncjs at Cornwall. It is thought the assignees will see their way clear to start the works before long. This news ha) caused great joy among the idle employes, Comtresnmun Tom L. Johnon, ownor ot the Jonnstown Steel work's, ol Johns town, l'a., authorizes the announce ment that these uwmoth works will be removed to Cleveland a) speedily as ar rangements c:n be concluded. The company will end a 1,000. 000 plant in that city. Three thousand men will be employed. Employes of the Rochester and Pitts burg railroad, comprising the Pitts burg division, hM a secret meeting to take action on the recent 10 per cent, redaction on that roaJ. Delegates from the engineers, trninmsn, brakemsn and firemen's unions were present. A grievance committee whs appointed to go to Buffalo to confer with similar committee) from that city and It ichos-ter. I 1( A J. lONN'El.l., Oftl. D1 M V, ...Mil, T II avenue, t-ornoi' Sonn-a fetus, t. over Francke a drug stor.i Residence, 722 Vino at Ofhcu bourn: 1U.UU to 12 a in. and 2 to4 uud IU to 7J0 p. in Sunday. 2 to I p in. W. K. ALLEN. Dfllco cor Lackif wanna alnt W'Hutiliioti.ii av.-a. : over Loon aril eh h store; oftlee hours, 10 to 12 a. m. an I lto 4 p. in ; evenings at rualdencifc 812 N WaHhingtoti aviv n. O i. FURY, l'lacticii Umltad to tits If imi of the Eye, Ear, Nnirn uud Throat; ollli o, 1 Wyoiuliig ave. ltiwldenoe, 82U Vine ill. ot L M HATES. Hn Wasliiimtuii Avonu,. utliiu hours, HtoUaiu., lilUto .. and I Connolly & Wallace SIX ITEMS OF INTEREST. 100 8 fa Ladies' Umbrellass, made of iww Cotton Gloria, Paragon frame and fast black, novelty handles. Special price, $1.00 each. IA A Dozen Children's Hosiery, J J seamless and fast black- A genuine bargain. Sizes 6, 6l, 7,at 10c; sizes 7lz, 8, 8;4, at 12c. Doz. Boys' Famous Cast Iron Hosiery; our special number. The best stocking for service ever made. 25c. per pair. lOO Dozen Men's Colored Border, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at Half Price. 10c. each. 100 Dozen Ladies' Kid Gloves. Do not fail to sret in on these two lots, at 79c and $1.12. T QQ Boys' Navy Blue Sweaters, a superb quality; usually sold for $3 00. Our price, $2.00. J)" loflis l wln rz, M I. i .iiiiii.uiu t'iilth liiilhlMiif iir: i i -. i . ill MHiltmniuvi'; utHcti huiir.4. luto 12. U 4. T U t; Suiulnvrt 'i HU Xu 4. eV6UiD0 t remdnucu. A fptu lulty muilti if ifiriimi of tbo ttyu, ur, uotw Hill ttll'IWt 1 1 1 1 ,. .('... O ii BBBM Ofdoe hoiirn siii.cialty iiiatie on ilia i eye uud bktn.212 Wyoinlug Ave. UHAY, i lltit in a in to 4 and 7 to H n in. Vlil l lllNAia MIK.l.ONN. Veterinary Surgeon, Den O ST U HUE, A . tintry u sm tarlo etorlnnry hverv, 82U I)lx at., near Telephone No. 4l;l li mix Keller 'u ..ii., hliop. laity: gold medalist ot On. liege. Otli. w. Hummer') I .A EIIS, I M Q RAKOX S Law and Oolleotlon of. I. flee. No. 17 Hprucu St., i.p.ostto Forest lloiiM). Bcranton, l'a,; collei'tlous a sjieolulty throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correaiajuu enta in every isiuuty. i.Li ,s i: IIA.'.U, Attorneys and I ounsee J lots at Law, Coniinnnvi ealth liullding, Washington ave. w, II. Jasaitp, HOBAOB E Hako. W. II. Jkhsiip. .IR; WIL.LARD. WAWU.N k.NAPI'". Alt .r" neys ami Couusi'lora at Law, Kereiblloan l.ul'.ling, Waalilngton eve.. Serauton. Pa. 1A'lTKKHON A WIUXJX, Attorneys on I . at Law; otltoos 0 uud a Library building, buruutoii, Pa ltoswrt.t. H. 11. I.I am A. PATTBnsOlt, VlLTOX. A Lr'HEUIIAN!, -r tornera and huddini;. 1 cboici men a, 007 Breaker street, HOXI Scran X,-OK HALE. -JT canned; at ton, 'a JJ'OR HALE A FAItM OIXIQHTT ACRES, one and one half miles from Ialtn on thi Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad. First elaa-i farm house withanoier failing staring neuby: two barns, g.id isnl and go-.d orchard Will b- sold . Iicap. lerins e-is . Addro.s B F. VON STOKCII or ISAA'; ELLIS, uzecutort, Dalt'in, Lackawanna county. Pa. you HALE - 02 ACUE -T and utenslla J M. a! on roe ave. FAKM, HTOCK HIIEFFlELI). 421) nOB SALE NEVM.Y FINISHED SOLAS 1 J landau Berlin coach, s, .liestons and Wg .i s of all kinds ch p at. M. T. KKLLEU S La' kawauna ' arriage works. V'tiU SALE OH IXOHAKal I'OHSCHAN X ton property A bearing orsngn grfivi Increasing In production and value, yearly In the orange section In l-lorlda Addrtn Y . E. KE'l 1 LETON, Lake Helen. Florida Re) i Estate. S1NOI.E HOl.'SE, m-, yuiNuv very ilisirabl-. locition Aimlv Q, F. UEVNOLD3. or WILLAIU), WAS BIN ft: KNAl'P, t;2,ottJWlLL BUY MODERN NEW R-KOOM tj) house, all Improvements; terras easy; cor Her Madison iivunue and Delaware street Ap ply II AH It V LEEH VLm WILL BUY VEHY DEblUABLE LOT corner Madison avsnua and Delaware street Terms eaay Apply HARRY LEES. Ijoa SALE -avenue; Legal. 17 STATE OF OP SAB IN A 8WIPT. LATE J j of the borough of Archbald, Lackawanna county, l a Letters of administration upon tho above named estate having been granted to tho un di rsignod, all persons having claims or de mands against said estate will present them for settleiiient.aud thoso Indebted thereto will please milk" Immediate payment to JOHN J. SWIFT, Aamlnlstrator, Archbald, Pa. John K. Jonk.s, Attorney for Estate. New York Produce Market. New Yoitr. Jarcli Ii Fix,CR-(uiet, prices .a;. -.1. steadv; wintor wneat. low grades, KaV.45; do. fair to fancy, (2 4.1 a2.75; do. patents. -'l.25a8.S0; Minnesota clear, IB.10aS.00; do. straight, &8(hS.M; do. patents, S,7SsVl.SS low extras, 12 0.1 2 IS: city mllla. U.f.0a3.60; do patents, IJ.UO a4.10. Whfat Moderately active, IttJa low er; closing steady; No. 2 red stori and elevator. SOWaAlHC,! fr'at- (MtOlke,! f. o. b.. 61inr)2J(: : ungraded red. f,7ar,:tc. ; No, 1 nortUern, fiiVic : options were mure active and lXalWc. lower; No. S red, March, OO&c; May, 62 He; Jone. 63c; .Iniv, 64Jc. ; August, 63&C. ; heptotnhur, fic. ; December. 70c. i.obb Dull, firmer, No. ?, 41c. ; elevator, 45c. ; afloat, nn((rnded mixed, t)&nVc. ; toamer mixed, 4.",jc.; rrption) adfanCBd fc , fell X, with wheat closed steady, Kajajc. over Saturday; trading fair May and April moat active-, Mnr. h and July 44;r. ; April' 4Hc, ; May, Hsa Oais-yuiet, steady, options dull, steady March. BSMO.! April, MkO.) May, 34JiC; No. 2, K6Jic;No.2 white, Sflc; No. t Chicago, 88c; No. 8, HBc.; No. white 67Hr.; mixed western, lfta88c.; whlta do and white atnte . - riBBF--(J,'.ilet, steady. IIkm Mamb-Dull at U6.I V). T IK ii( un Bkkp -Dull, steady. LUT Mhath Quiet, eay; pickled bolliei, fMc do. shonloors, t)nHiic.; ham), Mr. LanTi (fillet, lower; western .'.am 17. M; city, tMMf.; March, 17 20 Mid, 7; retlneil, iiiet, weak; continent 17 6.1; South America, S) Oil; coinnound, liaHkc Pome BlBBay, (iniet; tnees, llSaS,Bvi extra prime, .T. .ii.t Hb'iTgn t inn, fair demand; west ern dairy new, UallO,! do. creamery, 1.1a 22c.; do. factory, lOalBc. : I'onnsylvania creamery, now, 22c; rolls, lOaMn. ; elgin), , 22c. : Imitation creamery, held creamery, I2nl7c. f.HBEKB l'inn, fairly active; fancy, llaI2c. ; part skims, 3alUc full skims, IVaSa. i. ...... Moderate detnaud. nhont steady; Rtnteand Pennsylvania, 17al7c; West ern fresh, 17c. ; southern, I -Ia 17c. Philadelphia Tallow Market. PttlLAMLMUAi -March IS. Tallow was dull and unchanged. Prices were. Prime city, In hogshead., 4c.; prima coun try, in hnMBtntlE, 'S1' dark, In hogs heads, 4)ic; cakes, no. ; grease, 4,fo. Four Big Cuoceaae), Having the needed merit to morn than mnkn good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have remind a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cough) and ( olds, each botth) glia'anteid Elec tric Hitters, the great remedy for Liver. Stomach and Kidneys. Iluckleti'e Arnica Halve, the best in the world, nnd Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are n perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do JtlRt what Is claimed for them and the denier whose nnmo Is nttnehed herewith 111 be glnd to tell you morn of them. Sold hyMatthews Bros', drug store. WILLIAM J, HAND, At. i'ouiisell.iis. Commonwealth Rooms III. 20 and SL II L.N BY M. BBELY L ,w ofBrea in Price 1 1 building, 12ii Waahlngton avenue. ."RANK T. OKfcLL, Attorney at Law. Room fi. Coal Exchange. Hcrnnton. Pa. Mil. ION W. LOW BY, i Att'ys, Washing c. ll von stoRi'H, itonaT.. 0 H. aaaara AMES W. OAKl'olil), Attorney at Law, rooms Kl, M and lift, Cnintnonwealth li'l'c (JAMLEL W. EDO Alt. Attornoy at Law Dflice. 17 Snrucest . Scranton. l'a. A. WAT RES, Attornoy at Law, Lackawanna bbb. Scranton. Pa 421 P. SMITH, nxims 54, V,. Connaellot at Law. ottioo, M Commonwealth bnfldinB R. 1'ITCIIER. Attorney at Law, m eiwealtli bnllning. Scranton. l'a. (. UOMKQY8, .f2i SdrneeM, u. Com B LS. tint B. 1 HAVE YOL'R DEEDS AND MoRTOAOK.S written and acknowledged by J. W. BROWNING, Attorney and Notary Public. 29 .iniiioiiwcaltn Hull lttiir REPLOOLE, Attorney--Loan) neo 1 on real estate security. 40t! Hprn-. EII.La.m, Attorner-at-Law, Uu vv omin avenue, Bcranton, StllOlll SCHOOL OF THE LACKA V ANNA, Scran ton, Pa., prepsras Isiys and girls for rollegi or businuss: thoroughlr trains young chlldrea Spring Capes and Jackets Now Open for Inspection. CONNOLLY & WALLACE 209 WASHINGTON AVE. Opp. Court House. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. J. WHICH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION fXnthracit.i coal used exchislvclv. insuiiinp Cleanliness' and comfort. TiMi. vabu i n swraoi ran. I, MM. Trains leave Scranton for PlttatoO. Wilkes Bsrre. etc. at a. 111. B.1A HID u m. I2.:l 2 U0. BMHl a.UI, fJL 11,08 I), m Sundays. K.UU a. in.. l.on, 2 1), T.IOp. m. For Atlantic City, H 10 a. m. For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 13 . ,.i. - B.B.1 IE80 icupicaa with Buffet parlor car;, B.3U (exprew,; p, in. Sunday, 2.UU p. in. Foil MADCB CBUBK, ALLBBTOWB, BBTHXJt ItBM, EABToa and I'iiilaiieU'IIIA, S.ln a. m.. lt.aO.S.10. 5.IU (except i'hlladelpula) p. in. Sunday, 2 DO p. m. For Lonu Biiab. H. Ol KAN UltovK, etc.. at 8.10a, in.. I2.:n. in. For Boachnf, Lebanon and Harrlslmrg, via Allentown, 8,10 a. m., 12.:iu, fi.00, p.m. Sunday, 2.00 p. m. For l'ottsvllle, H.lOa. n,, 12 an p. m. Itetiiining. leave New York, foot of Liberty stroi-t. North river, at :. 10 (expn-esj a. m., l.lo, l.ao. in (express with Bullet, pallor car; p. m. Sunday. 180 a. in. Leavo I'hdadelphla, Reading Terminal. 0.00 iu m , 2.00 and 4. 9 1 p m. Sunday, 0 27 a n,. 'I hrough tickets to all points at luweat rates may be had on ntiplicatlon in advance to the ticket agent at lh) station. 11. I'. BALDWIN, Ueu Bass Agent. .!. II. OLHAl'SEN, QSB. Supt. DELAWARE, ll WESTER.'' LACKAWANNA AND RAILROAD Tiams louvu Scranton as follows: Express fur New York ud all points East. 1 SM. 2.80, o IB, h.il and it ') a m ; fx 8', and 8 VJ p, m. Ksnreaa for Eastou, Trenton, Phllaaellibla ami the South, 8,18, 8.00 and t'.SI a. m ; 12.81 and a lio p. BL Washington and way stations. 1 40 p. in. Tobylianna no. oiuimaiatlon, U 10 p. m. Expr ss for lilnshampn. Oswego. Elmira, Corning, Bath. Dausvlll,-, Mount Morris aud Buffalo. 12.10. 2 18 a. m. ami I 24 p. BL, making cloee opaoeotlon) st Buffalo to all point . In tin West. Northwest and Souihwes:. Buffalo aeeonuaodatloB. I "I a. m Hl'igliatntou and way stations. 12.37 p. m. Mlcliolaoii and wav stulions. 8.4', p. m. Blughamton uud l.imlra Espreat, i08 p. m. Expreas for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego. I'tica and hicbllild Springs, 2,l.j a. m. and 1.21 p. in. Ithaca. 2 15 and too a. m and 124 p. m. For Northumberland, HUston, Wilkes Barre. Plymouth Bloomnburg and Danville, makitcr close connections at Northumberland for Wllltsmsport, Hnrnsburg, Baltimore, Wash Initon and the South. Northumberland kbd intermediate etatiuna. 800 MO a m. nnd l.ao and 8 07 p. m- neonooae ana mtermeuiate stations, bus aud 1120 a. m I'lymoutb and intei BMdlfltt stutloiis, a.8iand IUm m. l'ullman pallor una sleeping coaches ou all express trams. 1 or detailed information, pocket tim tables, etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket Offloa 32s Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket office. CADEMY OF MUSIC. THVBIDAY, M A It. IS. Tho Eccentric Irish CumedUa, Barney Ferguson and Company, In tbo Luughubls Comedy, McCarthy': Mish lla.x.vl A Mrry Single of Sonus. Dances and Sito Splitting Events. Ssle Opens Tueslsy. Catalogue al ruouust. RF.v. TnoMAs H. CANT Wai.ti-ii H I'i ki i. MISS WOltCESTEU'S KINDERGARTEN .11 and rchooU 412 Adams avenue. I'upiU reesivafl si .in ii ii sry 8 all times. Next term will opea Taklnv Ton Kuoh i, . n... rhilatletphia Urcord. The rendering of n New Y'ork verdiot in veise BuggiDta that the puet lawreate )hould be barreil from tho jury bos. Fob Cold), Cronp, Aathma, Bronrhitis and Bore Throat, ue Dr. Thomas' Eclec trlo Oil, and got thegouuine. The Coal Trade Journal jritrea the ontptlt of soft coal of the counties In the United Stte that In 1S!)2 pro duced over 230,000 tons. Of iheso Westmoreland hBafll the lilt with an outniit of H 7(11.0(18 ton). Fayette come) noil with 7 MO ul"). Clearlleld third with O.S70 7S",. while Allegheny" l fonrth witn 6,800,190, and Jefftrson 1) fiflh with 8,700,800 Allegheny oonntv. Maryland, comes ntxt, with 3,419. 0(12, followed by Jtff -rsou, Ala bain i, witli 8,800,874 Mixok iRpmnUAL Ndtks Onr railroads cover 001,000 miles. American railroads cost ML 880,080,1 l.'l The (Joton Paciflc has ;, i,i cars. We built 1050 locomotives in Ml. The world's railroads lire :-i miles long. The Union l'nciflc railroad ntretchns 7,(W1 miles. The Ihlgli A- Wilkes-nnrro f'oal com pnny PTodoOed 2,s7o,uHl tons of coal hut year, and earned 0400,000 not, which was tSO.DiS more than en nigh to pay fixed charges I'util further notice freight shop em ployesof the Pennsylvania railroad at Al tooua will work nine, hours a day. This is the result of a number of cars being sent in to be repaired. Chill has I.T50 miles of railroad track. A leductloti of 20 per cent, in wages in this country mean, a decreass in the pur Aliasing power equal to two thousand mill Ions or dollars. l,asi iveeK over isMUS) tons of coal wore shipped down the main Hun of the Rand wig railroad. The Pennsylvania company tins reduced freights on iron shipments from l'lttabnrg to Chicago, Detroit, Cincliinstl from 4 to "Stpntst.er ton, according to distance The reduction wu made to meet cuts mndo by other companies. e Dyipapila and Indls))tlnn In their worst forms ar- cured by tho use of P. P. P. If you are debilitated nnd run down, or If you need a tonio to regain fli'shnud lo)t appetite, strength and vlgur, take P. P. P., and you will be strong and healthy. lor shattered constitutions and lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Pioot nnd Potassium) is the king of nil medicine.. P. P. P. is the greatest blood porlfatr in the world. For sale by nil ilriiggislr. m Csrsmsls and O .urty. ll'n.Aing'ori .S'bir. There is snch n thing ns carrying "cour tesv" too far. Senator, should not spend all their time lu giving odd another cara mels. Iluoklnn's Am. Pal v.. The beet salve In the world for Cuts Bruises, Sues, Ulcers, Salt khi-um. Purer More), Tetter, happed Hands. Chilblains, Corns aud nil Skin Eruptions, sod posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price "1 ceiita per bos. For mile by Matthews Bros. " e Frr flts of J i ECirOlSS. IOAssIImMb llroortl. It i said that :'. lias been made oat of a single brand of chewing gum. - yilNHV troubled me for twenty yosre. Since 1 started using Dr. Thomas' Ecloo- trie Oil have had an attack. 'The O 1 cures sore throat at once. Mrs. Lvlta Conrad, I Staudlsh, MUh., Oct. 21, '83. 111 N I ll- C. LAUBACH, burgeon Dentist, No. Hi wyomiBn sve. R M. STHATTON. offl.nCosl ExcbaBBS c. I BBIQ3 VALLEY BAILBOAD. I j Feu. 11, 1HM. Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and New York via. U. II. K R. at t a.m . 12 10. 2.3s snd 11.88 p. in viaD.L. &. It. ll, U UU, s.os.11.20 a. m., nnd L80 p. in. Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wilkes Barre vis D., L & W. R. k., ti.ou, aei, 1120 a. m , 1.30, 3.50. 0.07, O.IiS p. m. Leave Scranton for White Haven, Hsxleton, Pottsville :.nd all points on the Beavsr .Moudow and t'ottsviile branches, via E. A- W, V il 10 a.m., Vis I). A: 11. It K. nt s a.m.. 12.10. tM l 18p.m., vial).. L, e: Y. II. B, S00,8.0S, 11.20 u.m., 1.30. H.'Op.m. Leave Scranton for Bethlehem. Easton. Readii.g, lliu i Isburg and all intermedia'') points via D. ii II. if. R., Mi ni ,12.10. 2.3s, 11.35 p.m.. via D., L. 4J W. R. R.. .00.S.OS, 11.20 a. m., LUU p.m. Leave Scranton for TnnkhtnBock, Towa:i 1 1, Elmira. Itha-a, Qsmtb and all Inferin 'di itn pomtB via D. H B.B.,0 1.7 a m.12 lOBdd 11.3', p. m.. via D. L. & W. R It., sus a.m.,Ltilp in. Leave Scranton f,,r Koohestsr, Buffalo. Kl r.gara Kails, Detroit. Chleago and allpoiTti WBBt viaD. II. B. R. .07 .-.m.,12 IO,B.la.ll.8' P. ra, via D. L. & W. It. R. and Pittston Junction, ) Oil a m,, 1.10 D 3S p. m., Via E. A W. R It. 3.41 D. m. For Elmira and th west via Sal immo i. vii rxH it R B,07a,m., 118,8.18 p. m. viaD., L. i: W. K.lt. .stiHii.ni.. 1 Hi and 8,071), in. Pullman parlor nil sleeping or L. V. chal. csra on all tram between I., it 11. Junction or Wilkes Barre and New York, l'uiiad lp :lx, Buffalo and BBSDenlon Bridge ROLLIN H WILBfll. Hon Supt. Esst Die. CM AS. S. LWt, (I 'll. Pas. Agt, Phila.P. A W NOMNEMACUEB-Aas't Q n Pass Ag't. South Bethl. hem, Pa IRIE AND WYOMIM'i VALLEY RAIL J LOAD Train leavo Scranton for New York and in termediate points on the Erie ra.lroad at 0.:t) a. in. and SM p m. Also for Hawley and local poluts at fi 35. 8.48 and 3.24 p in. Train leaving at 8.15 a. m. and 3 21 p m. are through trains to and from Uoneaoals. Trains leave lor Wiikes-Barre at 8 40 a. in. and 3.11 p. m. WE BELIEVE LOANS HE REPUBLIC Savings and I. .an Asso ciation will loan on in ncy on easier term. nml pav you Hotter on Investment than any other association Call on 8. N. calLicn- DER, Dime Bank building I HOTELS ami BUST A OB ANTS. 'I Mil; WESTMINSTER, 217 211 Wyoin n 1 nvc liooms iicateil Willi steam: all in - C 11 TllI'MAD. Prop IS ave. licins lieati il wt'tl Meant: all in, si ern Improvements, ZIEOLER S HOTEL, 327 Lackaivanua avu nuo, Scranton. Rates re.isonabln. P .ixni. kii. Proprietor. ESTS11NSTER HOTBLA W. O. SCHKNCK. Man.Tircr lln w bixtoenth slreet, one BWOB east of llroaiiway. ew York. Say and upward. European plan; good st I'nioii Souare, New Y'orli. American plan, la BO per night. Bar su (KIYNB lltll Hb. bump J rooms. Open day and plied with the Li st. P 11. COYNE. Proprietor CCKANTON HoL'SE nesr 11., LAW pa. O seiiger depot Conducted on tho European plan. Victor Kik;m. Proprietor j RAND CENTRAL, 'lho largnst and h U SQrdCped hotel In Allentown. Pa. ; rstnl 8 and 82.U) per dsy. VK1i.il I' AKCItlTKI Is HdllPI architect) Rooms 21. alth h Id B, Hcranton I t A VIS to 1 ?r and 'St CoinmoBW ITS L. WALTER, Architect Liluary l.ulid v. Itig. Wvoinlnit avenue. Scranton. U BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price building. Cat W nshlngton Ave. .Scranton. V. II' SllSt 1,1.1, AM HI s ullTdtt D. SWAIITS W IKU.I'.SALK urnlier. H nnd 0 Innn) Bank I. uil.il n- Scraoton, Pa. MKQ AROSE BROTHBRB, PRINTERS' supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, 130 Washington avo, Scranton, Pa I OI'TE'S I.IVI.ItY. Ifill ( nponsi. avenue 1 PlrstOlss'i ciiti.iie) ll L HOOT'l'.Agl Funerni Director and BreDslnMT SRANK P. BROWN ft CO. WHOLE mile denters In Wooihvsre, Cordage aud I.Oolli, i.o w. I.scsawanua avenue. I' Ol HATER'S old HP.sTRA MI'SIO Foil ii iau. piemen parties, receptions, wed dings and eon. 'oi l win Ii furnished. Kor terms iid.lresa R. ,1. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming ave . over Humeri, s music so. re ZRA FINN Si iN S, builders and conlrac J j tors. Yanls: Corner Olive et. and Adams ave ; corner Ash st. nnd PattB ave, Scranton sEI ns. CLARK A CO. S leiiien. Plorists snd Nnrsorymcn: store 148 Washington avenue; treen imuse, i,ui isorlti main avciiiie ) to) e l,-t,-ibiiif 7S2 s Ii I I. ai t BAB. ORAND UNION I KA Co.. i Bro Willi-: M I.I I NH. I (IS. KCET TEI Si.", Lackawanna aveni' Scrsi.toti, l'a., manuf'r of Wire Screem AMTONEHARTMAH Ulb bouth Was!iinMto.i AV8B4I8, Contractor and builder of Concrete Flaajliu. Concrete Blocks. Potato. Butter mil Coil Bins, Wet ( ellaii nrlc.l up Orders may b left at Thompson ie Pr.-ut. Will inns A Co. Main and Kynen Streots, or at Sciwiton Btovn Work.. Alio f oiiudstlous, ( ittoraa Fish Wire Tunuulsaud '-. t Flagging tor UaiUeu walks. 48. DELAWARE AND HUD SON RAILROAD. Commencing May 2. 189 trnins will run ss follow-: Trains leave Bridge Street Station. Scranton, for Pitts ton. likes-Barre, otc-, s no, .117. :7. 10 42 a. m.. 12.10, 1,25. 2.:ts. 4 hi. 8.18, 81S, o 18 and 1 1 88 p m. For New York mid Phila delphia, SOOa m. 1210, 410 and II : o. m. Tor Hoiiesdaie i ir.nu Delaware. Lackawanns and western depot), 7 0,1, S.30, 10 10 .m . 12 ul , 2. 17. .' 10 p. m. Por Carboudale and Intermediate station), MO, 7.00, r.:m. 10.10 a. U . 1100 in ,2 17, 8.14,8 I". t VI and 0 .IS p. m ; from Bridge Street Depot, .03 B.m., S.Eand 1 1 P6 r. m Fast express to Albany. Baratog) the Ad:- ronaacB sioantaina, Bomonsnfl ew r.ngian.i points. MO a m.. arriving at Albany 12.48 Saratoga 109 p. m , and leaving Scranton at 3 p m , arriving at Albany ate8Pp Bb, Sara toga. 12 .88 a. m , and B sto.i. 7.01 a m The only direct route between the coal Heidi and Boston "The Leading Tourists' Route if America" to the Adirondack Mountain N sorts, Lakes Oeorge nn.l Champlain. Montreal, etc l ime tables showing Psal and through train service between stations on nil oivimoi.s oeia- ware .,11,1 Huils.. u system, mav ti" obtained a'. all IMawnm and ll'udnon ticket ofdees. H. U YOUNU, .1. W IH KOICK. Second Vice President. Oen. Paas. AgU We have the hand somest line of Parlor and Drawing Room ACADEMY OF MUSIC FRIDAY, MARCH 10 THE ROMANTIC ACTOR, Frank Mayo In his original rieation and muster piece, the wocdlur.d rumauce, Davy Crockett V'hich has been called by the critics: "An Idyll of the Bsekwoeds,'' "a Symphony m leaves and Mosei." "A New Birth to Our N' v,- boil," "The Urst America." "An Amer ican roem. " t OOOD COMPANY. SPECIAL hi EN EK V ANL tFFECtB. Sale i Wednesday. Week commencing MONDAY. MAU( U 13. Furniture Bi'ltATN DIVISION. In BBTeel .lanunrr 2Kih, IStll. North iioiimi. 201) WWiVOrt B) IS 1 m7 a V, i ss Stations Mouth rtoiinit. "iig aui 'Jitsi I P M P M H M S l( 7H. 7 III 7-r. tm 7rf f7 l! 7 est nr. i i; i-, (Trains Daily, Kx-1-, ,S 2 rent KUnsar l r h ifi ; p BiArrive Leave 7iN Y l-IHiiklln s: 7 iMWest nd street I IH) 0 ii ii n fn M I) !' 6 f Ul i w rn ia o to p (10 Weeliawken Ml Arrive Leave a h I l.'l Hi- .llllll'dOll 11 UO 3 i a ii 7J 7 M 100 1' fi, i-Orrv lOtt KM if si i : it iv' it! i'J '.'.1 It 1 ti;' II f il n r. ItiflleSI r. ll Xi r i )i 1 1 '.'s r. ii rorr Mm r. ii 4 V I V ft W its) t B ni II Jl II 17, 11 Idl 11 III 11 It ii or. a x Leave Hancock Starlight Preston Park loll).) Porn tens. Hi Imont Pleasant Mt. t iilondale Porset City Carboudale White Bridge May Held Jet ouro Archibald wuton Peck vl lie Olvphmil Dickson Twoop Provide nre l ark Place Minntoii Arrive M (108, .... S 11 8 IH ....I s?4 IIS.V .... 'H 6S)! .... 41 64) .... V BQ fi' . ..18) 6B.V .... 1 ol (6 m, .... a mi i iii a m :i in 7 94. U4A :i N 7 IT7i (1 48 in ,1) , M m M t ii .' Ill 9 .Ml 3 4.-. 7 40l0(ll3 M 74:1 in of) a s4 7 4N 111 10 a N 7 ell 10 !k 4 04 7M10I7I 4(7 7ri(Ha! 410 HOC in M 4 14 s ntt 1 0 a: I 417 tf a, 111 so, pu i na is r B ever shown in this state and vc would like you to see it. Mill 6c Connell Washington Ava. This vr.-ek. w hile the Wonder'and Theater Conn say is e tertainim the citizeas of Car bondale. we shall present ONE OF WONDERLAND'S old t.me Variety Shows KG Y t I "saBji DON'T FORGET for svanrthtaB If you have any idea All tialna run dally BSOBM i-undny. I Hlgninea that trains stop on aU'tinl for )as- iBniarB, Addltloiial trains leave OVbOtBialt for Kcrnti. ton 1 10 and C.lft p. nr. arriving nt Scranton I.S9 and 7 no Leave Kcranton for Caib aulule c, Ml nnd n.30 airlvliig nt caibiuidiilt' tit 7 nr. nml "j. 1 A p. in. 'mire rates via Ontario a Western before purchasing tickets and save money Day and King; lCpreiia to the Wont. .1 0. AnttorflOB, (ion. pira Agt. T. I'lltcroft, Plv l ass, Aft BWBMOB, Pa. The Best Artists; Money and Experience Can Procure. ADMISSION. 10.50 and SO CENTS Opera Chans can be reserved, hv l umber, evcrv af ternoon, from LfO to 8:0 fir the evi ting's entertaiiitnent. Perform BDCe) every aftemis n except Mondays and Thurnlaya st jLtO, nnd Vrry evenuf SI aia Ucs-.r) open at LU and ,00 P.M. ("USHMAN'S . . BIJOU FORMER iY MUSIC HALL. Scraalon. Davs Boenafellef,L)ss)) Trad Banieii, Man. UE.K COMMtNCING IV!VK;:H 2 HIGH CLASS ATTRACTIONS" AT POPULAR PRICES. James and Ida (iilday, Miss Lottie Barnard, Miss FloreBoe Leroy, La Petite Edith-Oariton and AndroTTs And by Siwiai Bequest Ouida, the Marvel, McMahon and King and a host of others. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY Afternoon at 2.U: r.venincat s is Pnpa 1st Prices, 10. M and 3d Cents MT. PLEASANT A Handsome Complexion In one of the greatest cliurtna s wonia:i can possess Pozsoai's OnilVUBnOII Povdeb (ttves it. That t are headquarter) tin. II,,.. ol' M A II ill - II of purchasing anv kind of a v atch, ladv a or gent ). Oold or silver, you will make a griev ous mistake It yen do n it give us a call and gt our prices, w hich you win nml rsr neiow all otners, ese'lsllv In all the high grades of Klgitt, Wnltham nnd Hampden mevemeiits If yon have snv doubts and are at all posted on prices glo us a call and ws will have no trOUut) in convincing you. W) still haven lsrgn stock to dispose ..f, nnd will offer von won derlal iBanoemsnt) in Jewelrr, BUTetwajre, Clocks snd all other goods which we have In stock. C. W. Freeman I'cnn Ave. nml Sprues St. SCIENTIFIC SHOEING. Havlnir secuied (ho SflOElNli FORCll'. of W iillsm Illume ... H 'ii for a permanent busl lice stand, I shall conduct Hilentlfic and Pathological shoe ng lor tho Prevention, Ba ilor and Co 10 of l innencn and other Impedi ments iu the moVcmSntS of Horaes Incidental or due to imperfect shoeing. I shall glrn the work my personal nttentl n and guarantee 110 extra oharge, except for Imp) otsneni lamn Bssa, Stc , Will he nested af toruoolis. A free clinic and prolessloB)! iidvlcu given every Monday Irom 1 to. r. M. JOHN HAMLIN, D. V, S. AT RETAIL. (Vsl of llm best quality for domestic nse.and of all sice delivered In auy part of the city )t low,.et price. Orders left at my OaVSi no. us, WTOMIMO avi:m i". Rear room, llrst fliHir. Thlr I NaUonal Bank, or sent by mail or telephone to tho mlno, wul receive prompt attentwn. sjaxdal eontracts will bo made for the ale snd delivery of i ;. ..-: Coal. WM. T. SMITH. MA LONE Y OIL AND MANUFACTURING COi Jtsnutncturrrs snd n.vilori 1 Eoiiu All ftsnl 31 iLtricat In q OILS' Isc Shilling and Journal lire.-. OFFICE: -71 West Lackawanna Ava. WoKkS: -Meridian -I SONC.6 OF I Regular edltlon.an? im clnth. QCObianU I ciund by mall pIMpald or csipt of l.a5nntU balance recM. W1I, PAUAN, Jr., Publisher, 8BU PesrI St . N. , ,