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THE SCK ANTON TMBUJN1S-FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899.
IN THE THEATERS Programme for Today. At the Academy of Music this after noon the Toole company will present "The Widow Hunt." Tonight "Tho Olpsy German" will bo the attraction. "Night Owl Burlesquors." Fred Killer's "Night Owls Burles qucni" appeared to largo audiences at the Gaiety theater yesterday afternoon and evening. Tho company contains some very good specialty people, In cluding Only Dandull, the Juggler; Cotton and Darrow, the Darling SIb teia, Hawson and Ilalsley and Billy Barlow. The entertainment opened with a laughably one-act farce entitled "A Social Session," and closed with a sketch entitled "A Hot Old Town," In which the entire company appeared nnd In which plcuBlng electrical effecti vvoit; Introduced. Tho "Night Owls" will be seen at the Gaiety afternoon and evening for tho balance of tho w eck. "Jack and the Beanstalk," The llrst visit to this city of Klnw & Hilangei's ruinous itrnvaganzn, "Jack mid tho Beanstalk," Is announced, and public Interest nnd curiosity In thl much heralded stat; piece have been mi sharpened and whetted that It Is not iiniensnuablo to expect that the Lyee um theater will be Mini to Its utmost capacltv dtitlpp the engagement which has l'Tti Hm'iI for Saturday mntlnea nnd night, April 1. The remaikablo micrcs-s nchli-voel by this well-known production during the pat two easoni led to such Insistent demands for It In the laruer cities, that Its tours have ben limited to Niw York, Boston, Philadelphia, ('hlcai'n and a few other places. The lomp.iny rresentlntj the piece Is lnateilnllv the same that lia3 been Iclentllleil with It from Its incep tion. The few changes In the cast have been made with the Intention ot adding si distinct measuie of vocal strength. All the piotty girls, gorgeous costumes, mngnlflcent s"eneiy beautiful ballets, electrical efiects and special feature thnt gave to "Jack" lis remarkable vo,;ue in othet cities, will be shown hero. Among those who will lie prom inent In the catt aic Einlllo Henupre, Miuio Celeste, Nellie Lynch, Hattle Mooie Hauy Kelly, Hose Snow, Hany Clay niunev, H. H. Moise, Ben Baker nnd Heniy Leone The chorus nnd bal let contlngentsi are Luge and comprise tho piettkst r.roup of girls eer brought together In one m sanitation Miller in "Heartsease." With the usual productions which please upon their visits to this city, It Is seldom that they -ire considered nc ccptuble tor moie than one or at tho most two presentations heie. But with "Hcmtsease" which Mr Henry Miller offer nt the Lyceum theater on Monday night this does not prevail It has ben piesented here a number of time-, and always with accentuated suc i "s-s. In fact it had grown to be ef picteri that when Mr. Miller was an nounced to appear, "Hearteape" was Immediately thought of an the play he would offer This feeling will malcu moi Inteiestlng the positive announce intnt that "Heartsease" will be peon here no mom after Monday night, and that although .Mr. Miller will continue to visit Scranton, where lie has become -o htiong a favorite, It will be from now on in some other plav newer, but it cannot be hoped that It will Ijp bet ter, tor "Heartsease" Is among the un usual as concerns plajs. Mr. Miller has not changed his company since Its lnit appearance hen-. Mabel Best MaijMiet Pale, H&trlngton Reynolds, Kob'rt T. Halm-s, Ix-MIe Allen. Earl Browne. James A. Leahy and others aic still on its loll. Child Star nt the Academy. In piesentlng the Llttl" Irene Myera rompanv to the amusement lovers of Seianton, the management takes pleas me In announcing that the company bears the highest endorsement of both press and nubile vheiever they have appeared, as compiling only artists ot meilt. each Individual being adapted for the particular lino ho assumes. Dur ing the engagement nt the Academy next week many utandaul successes will be given with Little Irene in a con spicuous lole. Every play is supeibly mounted, beautifully and appropriately costumed, and supplied with every es sential necessary to it perfect pioduc tion. That popular English melodrama 'The Sliver King." will be given Mon day evening. At Field's Minstrels. The pantomimic novelty entitled "Gone to the Moon" Interpreted by tho renowned B-eVllllor's family of Kuro pean pantomlmlsts. is one of the reign ing sensations of this season with tho VI O. Field's gi cater minstrels It Is the fc-ature .Mr. rield has selected to lose his splendid performance nnd the hurricane of laughter it produces at each peiformance Is evidence that he has made no mistake Its trlMctry in conception Is mystifying, it Is bow II deilng. You Und yourself saylnp,"How In the world Is it done" when you are interrupted by a peal of laughter from all sides ns the gigantic policeman is seen to glide gracefully before tho au. dieneu nnd suddenly disappear light above your head. At the Lyceum. Apill 1 "The Bride-Elect." Seianton theater-goers have been looking forward for a long time to the llrst presentation here of John Philip FINA NCI A L. LaBAR & FULLER BROKERS, Oldest CstublUluJ Mo lie In the City. Denier In MOCKS. CUITON, (JKAIN and PROVi.MONb, on murln ot lor dtllvury. OKI ICC: Rooms Joy and no Board of Trad: llullcllng, tcranton, Pa. L. Q. LA BAR L. F. FULLER April 17 We Will Open Our New Store at M Lacka. Av Until the above date our REMOVAL SALE WILL CONTINUE until our entire stock of Furniture and Carpets is sold. PROTHEROE & GO Uuusa's greatest comlo opera, "The Urlde riect," which scored nuch a long run at the Knickerbocker theater, New York, last 3cason. Klaw and Erlan trer nnd I). P. Stevens, under whoso di rection the opera Is now on tour of tho pilnclpal cities, will bring to tho Lyce um Apt II C, the Identical New lork production Intact In every detail. Moro than 100 people ure seen upon the stage, Including a chorus of sixty voices, corps de ballot, military band, while an aug mented orchestra of 23 pieces under the able direction of Frank Palllna, one of tho best musical conductors In this country, Is a feature of the excellent ensemlfte. The cast Is conspicuous for the unusual number of operatic artists ot the llrst rank selected by tho man the same roles which they essayed with so much success In tho New York run. The following Is the ca3t as It will bet seen hetc. It Is tho original one. It Includes such well known names In tho operatic world ns Hilda Clark, lbett Hnrt, Charles Drew, Hairy Luekxtone, Mabella Baker, Clulstle MacDonald, Geotgo Lydlng, Mcllvlllc Stewart. Lola Allen, Made Franklin, L G. Schaef fer, Wesley Johnstone, etc. Australian Beauties. The Australian Beauties arc due to mak" their Initial bow at the Gaiety. Tho company Is under the management of those two clever comedians, Mes-srs. Bryant and Watson. Manager Van Os ten has secured the nbove attraction fos' week beginning Monday matinee, April 3, and there Is every tcason to be lieve the show Is a top notcher. At the head of the company Is Harry C. Bry ant, that unctions comedian, who will be seen in two ne-v and up-.to-date re views entitled "The Typewriter Wed ding Day" and "The Duke De Monto Carlo." There are twenty-five charac ters in tho cast, and promlrent among the vaudeville stars, are Smith O'Brien, Sheehan and Kennedy, The Lavolles, George Yoemnn, Hazelton and Vedder, Ettna Urllne and others, to enumerate the performers or pay marked atten tion to their respective merit would oc cupy ronsldemblc- space, sufllce It to say that the cnttrtalnmcnt Is excellent. PRICEBUHG. John Walsh, of Main street, will oc cupy the house and store owned at present by Mrs. Proudlock, who will re nte from business today. Ml. Walsh will conduct the business commencing next week. John Wesley castle, 349, Knights of Golden Kagle. will hold their regular session In Odd re-Hows' hall this even ing. All members ate recjuestcd to at tend. Through the deplorable condition ot the sidewalk between St. Thomns' cliuuh and the Dickson school It has been almost impossible for tlip children to attend. Great improvements aie be ing made theieon within the last fow davs, which reflect credit on our pres ent council who have been nppenlcrt to by the boaid of school ditectois con cerning tlies nmp The New Yoik, Ontaiio and West ern Railway Company piopose l tinning an excursion from nil stations to New Yoik city on Monday, April 10 Hound tlip tickets will bo sold on the basis of a fate and one half, and will be good for return pass age up to and Including Apt 11 15. With the Ontaiio and Western's excellent train service, and the low rates offeied, it is anticipated that this will be one ot the largest excursions ever run. Just ot this season the large stoies of New York will he displaying their Eastei goods, and the theateis and other places of amusement offering the best of attiactlons If sou are look ing for a pleasant outing, and appre ciate plctuiesepje ceneiy, line equip ment nnd superior service, we have simply to say that you should not miss this oppottunity. The date, remember, Is April 10. WHAT A FLEHT'-Sour Stomach. Bis. tress lifter H.itliip Weight In tho Stem uch. Wind on the Stomach. Loss of Ap petite Dizziness, Nausea, Sick Headache formidable foes to good health but Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets nro the in vincible battloshlps that can put to rout and destroy the last ves-tlgo of them, and make peace and happiness iclgn where all was mlserj and surferlntr. .13 cents. Sold 1 Mutthcvvb Bros and W. T Clark. -TO. NewYoikGrnln nnd Produce Market. New York, March . Flour Feature less ejve-ept toi its .tcuelj to llrm unile--tniie. Wheat Spot easier, No. 2 reel, Mc. f o b. iiiioat to nriht, No 1 northmi Duluth, Sic, f. o. b atloat; No. 2 do. do, M-e , f o. b, afloat, options opined strong but subsequently sagged oft with a sliiup break In M.uch, near the close there- whs a second advance on active for eign busing which cloed thut month -c net higher and the market llrm, March closed Jo lower and May unchanged; Match elocri S.'Hc ; Apill, 7SVi AI ly, i so., Jul, "Ui . September, 73'e. Corn Spto stench : No 2. 4:.i44i,e f o b afloat, new und old options dull nil dn ; opened stench, Melded to unloading but finallv allied cm n dtmnnd troin shorts and closed steady at tc. net decline: Muv closed 4iji Jtih, 41c Oats Spot firmer; No J MViT-l'.c , No ' iji.,1 , N J white, tiialu1:! , No .', Soc , tinck m!cd west ern, 3J'i.n:i'je, trnck white jr.a30c, op tions dull Butter Kteaih . western cienmerj, 17.i22c : do. f.actorv, Ualli'e. ; BIbIiik 2.V . Imitation creamers, W'-a as-.e , June- uiurj n's.u'ie , cio eienmorj K.UJe BgRH-Stcadv tate and Perm pvlvanla, 1JV' western flesh, 24c; souinern, i'ie New York Live Stock Market. Now Yoik, Mnreh V) Breves Nothlntr doing, feellm, si. inbles quote I've cniiio ioivpi i i . stcuds , refilgc r i exports none . common to ihoir limbrt Sheen -,., hi '.e , live aiiuei), ' slow but htendj : M.ukct steadj , s $"i7 Sheen unci I milm nonne,! llrm to a shade IiIkIh i ic-id i ,nler, all s,uld. pimimnn in tnin, win , i iir,n,s .,,is .,, common to choice lambs ?" (Oifi'ct), clipped do, JSlJx.ajM Hogs Market steady at $ la I 20 East Liberty Cattle Market. Bast Liberty, Pa Match JO Cut tie btendv; cxtrn $"M.i'CV, prime. "3n", ,V); common, t50iH Hoks Stench , prlmo medium wcli;lit, $lnj.iiio, heavv huirs find gest YmkciK Jlat Ol llirht Yotkeiv. nP'34, goodH pics 7)as"; rommoii plgx nnd skips. Hal 50; rouglm. f 2 loal EO, Sheep Steads . choice wethers, Jijj 10. Oil Matket. on flt Pi., Mnrch 30 -Credit balances. 1 11, cettlileMtes no bid or sale; shlp mentf. 71 0V1 barels; uverago shipments. iSMu barrels runs, i .MO bairels, aver age rutin 7S.10J barrels. Furniture Mmufactuvars, 134-136 Wajhliglo.1 Avanuo 1 THE MARKETS. Wall Street Eovlew. By Associated Press. New York, Mnrch 30. Tho movement In stock prices today was very Irregular with net chnnges mixed, but with losses slightly prevailing. Three stocks, Fed eral Steel, Brooklsn ItnrJld Transit and Mnntattnn llgurcd for nearly half tho total sales on tho exchange, which wcro not much below a million. Federal Steel on tho largest dealings of any ono Block ndvuuccrl 7Sc., closing nt tho highest. Tho preferred ss mpathetlcally roso 1. Brooklj n Transit which hua been very ac the and strong all week closed practical ly unchanged although at ono tlmo It was up 3 points nnd at another as much be low last night. Pcoplo's Gas, nnotlicr 1 lower specialty, moved similarly but on less wido lltictuntlonH likewise clorlng about unchanged, There was no news at tending tho movements In theso proper ties, Humors of a possibles cn-operatlvo arrangement between Manhattan nnd Metropolitan raised tho former &?i, tho highest quotation being at tho closo and Metropolitan 14. Third Avenue roso 5 points In expectation that company's In terest would not suffer as much as an ticipated by impending legislation. Sugar retained 2',4 points or the 6 point rise co incident with tho uclv anco In the retlncd nrtwie. Continental Tobacco mado a fractional advance after u Inrgu reoes. s on In tho early trading. Tho mnrket closed with n hcavv undertone. Total sales wcro 031.000 shares Business In bonds fell off considerably today nnd some weak spots cropped out. Tho main tendency of prices, however, was toward a higher plnno with tho Atchlsons nnd St. Louis Southwestern Issues In good de mand. Total sales, $,."M)00O Govern ment bonds were unchanged in bid quo tations. By Carrlngton & Cusack. New York, March S0.-The market opened Irregular and Inclined to bo weak duo to tho fear of tight monev duilng the day und tho retorted tioublo in Samoa. During tho early part of tho day there was somo sharp declines throughout the whole list with tho tiadcrs working on tho short sldo of tho market. In the lato morning hours, however, nn uggressho movement sturted In Manhattan which carried tho stock up five per cent, over the opening price following with which tho knowledge thu money was freely of fered at C per cent, stalled a covering movement throughout tho list with gcod busing in Federal Steel, common, Brook lyn Ilapld Trunsit und Munhattnn that stat ted nn upwnrd movement which car ried prices in somo instances to record llguics. In the early afternoon tho strength or tho ppoetlnltleK frightened the benrs and there was running to cover throughout the whole list. There was considerable buying by com mission houses nnd the whole ticket a renewal of confidence which is most en couraging to the advocates of higher prices. Tho knowledge that high lutes for money Is duo to special causes is verv well known and aside from somo incon venience In handling loans hud very little. If any effect on the busing of Sugar throughout tho day was of vers good character and It looks as If tho stock might stmt another upward movement. It has mndo somo short Interest In tho last lew dnss and ans attempt to cover mas ciusc un advance. I seems posslblo that Federal Steel com mon will carry out our prediction within the week. Certnln conditions aie pcndln In tho stock which we think will carry It to par. end we strongly ndvise pur chases on any recession. Tin Plato common Is likely to make n. move very shortly. When the ndvaneo begins It will go up vciv rapidly and mav be s.ifcls purchased for the sIMIes or seventies within a comparatively short time we think Manhattan Is being taken bv a veiy strong pool and wo think i a, purchase on uns nttnek which mav sell tho prices off 2 oi a per cent There me some aggressive boars still left in it, and they cue liable to try and force prices lower but the stock seems to be well In In hand and whllo Its Intrinsic meilt Is verv doubtful. It Is llnble to iell up hi such a market as we are having. The close was strong and active. Quotation furnished bv LAHAR & FI'LLBIt, stock, grnln nnd cotton brok ers, looms M0 and 210, Board of Trade building, Sctanton, Pa. Open- High- Low Clos Ing. est est. InT Am Cot Oil ... si. M 3V. Vtfi Am Sug ne"g Co ..li.Vi 17IU lbV lf!S Atch , To & S Fc ,. 2P8 2PT 2l il' A. T&S F. Pr. i,li... M'J CI i,Vl Am. Tobacco Co ....2.!l 2JI, 2'i "l Am. s. .tw ciij bp4 C21; (a Brook It T Uv- DVj i:'i 1"! Can Southern MH CO Dl CO N J Central 117 11S 117 W Ches. A; Ohio 2S 2s 271. 271. Che. A n. w nut ioi ir,i n,v4 Che. & N W 160 ici i.-.s ri Che, B A- Q 14IH 14IU 14t, 141', Chlc, Mil. & St. P . 12"i 12S5 127 12s Chic-.. It I & P . ..US?,, lin3K uns jig-.; Chlc, St P. M & O. , 'ii, ;i li v, C. C. C. & St. Ii .... :, -a 50'. nv. Con. Oas Ml 20". tm 20" Delaware & Hud . .lln' in, Iir.'i ir,ti Fed. Steel, Pr . .. ssv, 81 SS S'i'8 Feil Steel Com .... G0t d7'j "s'e (,71a Oen Clictrk . . ..U."i4 Hi. mi,, ip; Louis. & Nash Cii CV, '",'i l VI Mnnhnttan Hie ..HOL 11C " lim. 1M Met Traction Co ...2i 2'i'' ar, " 2', M K At Te , Pr ... SD 30" WH . Mo Pacific IVJ 4St, 47Jj iSi Not Le.nl .IPC .-!.-, 34ih Vi N. Y. Central 112 lit 14"j 141V Ont H Wct .. .. 27H 271. 27 27'j North P.irltle .. . SV, Rt'I Vjv, .-,! Nor Pnellle, Pr .. 70H 70ij 71 7'V1; Pacific Mail 41 4Vj 4S?H iS'H People's Ons 1215, ;u, 2i 12"H Phil ft Head 2l't 2I'I 2V, 2T P & rvR . 1st Pr ... fiv r.-.T, c,i r-,u Southern B R Pr . V, filTj ', "Psi Tenn . C A- Iron . "'if. "I ;.v. r.-'i Texas Sr Pacific . 21I 22'4 21 '.i t'nlnn Pacific IV, iv 4x 4s Fnlon Pne pr sr; sp. soi. spi V. S Rubber .121 j r,.'U ."-P I V S Leather. Pr . 7.'i, 7I'5 TJ'i 71 Wabash Pr . . 2Vk 21". 2.V4 21 West Fnlon m 9J"J 'in, ,)- CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADB. Open- High- Low- Clos- WHEAT. lug. est. est Iur May pli 7i. 72'i 71'i Julv 7J 7I; 72"- 73 CORN. May Wl .H,h :!JTB ,; July 3V?i nc" ,'CU !(," OATS. May 27 27 2C, 2i,i, Jufenic '' ' ' May 117 1J) OK) 1 in Julv 0 27 1.27 1 "7 1 "7 LARD May 312 5 ."2 i1.in 512 July 542 3.4J .11.' S 12 Tomoiiow being Oood Friday, the Stock exchange will bo closed Scranton Board of Trade Exchange Quotations All Quotations Based on T.arof 100. STOCKS uid A3k(,j Scranton & Plttston Tiuc. Co. A3u Flrt Nntlonat Bank $nn F.lmhurst Boulevard lr,, Sernnxon Savings Bank nj- Scranton Packing Co . Third National Bnnk Throop Noveltv Mfg Co n Snunton Rallwus Co o Dime Dep & Dis Bank 200 Ecoiiomv Light. Bent & Pow er Company .- Scranton Illuminating. Heat & Power Company 15 Scranton Forging Co 100 Traders' National Bank 131) Lacka. Lumber Co 1M Lack Trust rS. Sufe Dep. Co.. 1,10 Mooslc Mountain Coal Co ii-ii Bern ntnn Paint Co 8 Clark & Snover Co, Com 4m Clark & Snover Co. Pr 123 Caison Coil Co 1(l0 Scranton A-vIe Works jg Scr. Iron Fence A Mfg Co ioj BONDS. Scranton Pass Rallwas', tint mortgiipe.dueli.il 115 Peoplo's Street Rallwas-. first muitRairp, due I'd 113 ppoplu'H Street Rnllwuy, Gen eral moitgage clue 1WI .... S Dickson Manufacturing Co . . , . jm) t.neka Township Sihool 3 . ... Vii City of Scranton St. Imp. 1.1 ... 102 Mt Vernon Coal Co &j Scranton Axlo Works m Scranton Traction CI bonds .,115 Carson Coal Co .. imj Philadelphia Grain nntl Produce. Philadelphia Mnrch 30 Wheat i.e. lower, contract Blade March, 7t'(a7t;i2c r orn Weak and '.c lowei , No 2 mixed. lLAB!ESRepK(Last Fronch Female Pills ITalud by thouutD Ii or aatiaflud Udin M Mfr, tls) relUbln auU ulthou. an fjiual Aik dnipinst for Dr. MarUla f rtnih Fi-imla I III I In mml Iroi ivllh lnnch Haj un top in llluc, Wtalto and Urd. InltnnhafiiKiho;eiiillnr, . v --nciieiiorwoman"mnllNlrittlnn!t n JtcsalMlMt. rwltnc.timonlAHnnil mnkulum. Adfrin-c, iBMNCH ORUQ CO., 381 and 3B3 Peatl St., N. Y. The People's Exchange. APOPULAK CLEARING HOUSE for the Hensflt of All Who llnvo Houses to Rent, Ileal Kstnto or Other Property to Sell or Exchange, or Who Want Situation or Help These Small Advertisements Cost One Cent a Word, Six Insertions for Five Cents u Word Except Situations Wanted, Which vs In. Bcrtcil l'rec. FOR RENT roii iu:nt-one-half ok an of fice, furnished. Call 303 Mcars blclg. roii rknt-a pfiOToanAPii oal- lery, complete with nil equipments. Inquire 20C Conncll building, PlTlUVDnLPlIIA BTOKAOi: llOIJSIt. HO I'enti avenue. 1'urnlturo carefully marked at low rntes Poll RltNT-NO. 211 MIFFLIN AVlt , bcv en-room house. Inquire at 208 Miff lin or Mrs. Ackcrman, 207 Penn uvenuc. FOR RttXT 1IOUSH I4 WASII1NOTON avenue, corner l'lno; 11 roonm and bath room, rent model ate. Apply at D37 Lin den street. STORACIt-LARG-n DRY STORAGE rooms for rent at 113 Franklin avenue. Inquire In rear. Tclephono No. 11C2. Harry Ucttcrly. FOR RENT nXCHANGn HOTItL, Dunmorc Corners, April 1 Inqulro James V. llrlnk, 218 Appla Btreot, Dun more, FOR RENT-HAM" DOITRI.E HOUSE. 630 Clay avenue. Call next door or L12 River street. FOR RENT TRIPP'S STORE. CORNER Court street nnd Providence road; No. C27. Inqulro S. U. Tripp. HOUSE TO LET-EIGHT ROOMS AND bath: new furnace. Near all depots. No. 112 Mulberry. C. L. Mercerau, ISO Wyoming avenue. FOR RENT-LARGE RARN: CAN AC- commodato 5J horses Inquire of Mosea Bros. & Co,, 31C Lackawanna avenue. BARN PoTi ili:Nl-PPLY DiT Lackey, 523 Washington avenue. I HOUSE FOR RENT INQUIRE OF HAH- iy Spencer nt Stevens' Cash Store, Dunmore. TOR RENT-HOUSES NOS 330 AND 332 North Wrshlngton r venue, below rltv building. Suitable for plivslclai-h" ollleci and residence. Apply to Henry Uelli, Jr , 401 Council Rulldlng. TOR RENT-STORE ROOM. NO 207 Nouh Wimhlngton avenue, formerly occupied lj J. Guern-.ej. Steam heat, elevator, rear entrance For teinn applv to Jone? Pros., 311 Lackawanna avenue I OR RENT TWO FLOORS KWO; heat Included; certrallv treated; low rent. Inquire 137 Penn avenue. FOR RENT - HOUSE 21 MADISON avenue: steam heat; every conveni ence. Apply OweiiK Pros, C01 Madison av enue. oplCEK IN COMMONWEALTH Hulldlng, single rooms and suites for term or j.ars with vaultb. One sulto of six conneethiK olllces with three vaults or three suites of two olllces, each with vault. Modciale pilce. Reflnlshed to suit tenants, Inqulic at room COD on Cth lloor. I OR. RENT-DESK ROOM OR SHARE of uIIIcm-h second tlooi. fiont Coil Exchange Call at room 15 FOR RENT Qtilnc SECOND TLOOR. 701 JpR SALE IJARGAIV Kfil'H Rvrni wme wiv clow (.hades, for tale at Mo VVashbuin street. STRICTLY FRESH EGGS. ALSO EG1S for hatching, and Lambert s Lice Powder for poultry Open evenings Call nnd seo our stock hefoto bujlug. Swaits A. Co , 31J Penn avenue. FOR SALE-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT 1 wuernt,ey jiroiuers rooms, 1-5 uurr building Goods the best, p-aces the low est, terms the easiest. A call will con vince all DESIRABLE LOTS ON COLFAX AVE nue For particulais addicss Box 315, Scranton, Pa FOR SALE-TEN R-I-P-A-N-S FOR 5 cents at druggists Ono gives relief. FOR SALE OR RLNT. FOR SALE OR RENT-SINGLE HOUSE, COt Qulncy avenue city steam, selllrg price, fb.uiio, rent, $10 per month Including ttcam heat. G F Remolds. JRMOVAL. HUNTINGTON'S BAKERY HAS RK moveel to nioro commodious quaiteis In Masonic Temple building, 420 Sptuco street. MONEY To' LOAN AT -Pi TO 0 PER cent, sums to suit bortowcr Jnmes Gardner Sanderson 1003 Meats Bldg, cltv March Wii" p Oats-Ste.idj , No 3 white clipped o"4c , No 3 do. do. SlTil'je; No 2 nixed, do , Halt1'. Flour Firm nndfiiliic pci bane! hiKhcr, winter sitpir, .' 13a2.10, do cuius, $.'.rA12 73. Pennsvl vatil.i lolcr cller, $t 15a.l .". do. do. straight ?HOa3 30, western winter clear, J3.15.it 33, do do. stt.ilght. $ J1.i3.C0; elo. do. patent, JJOOalfcO, spring clear $.(a3 2:, do. straight, SKOaJSu, do patent, $l')i J 10. Buttet Firm, lancv western ere im ety, SJi.c : elo prints, 2lc Eggs Weio 'i.c. lower, fresh, nearby, 12'3anc ; do western. 13c ; do. touihuestarn, lie; do southern, Kc Cheese Firm Refined Sugars Steady. Cotton Unchanged. Tallow Steady, city ptlme In hogs heads Jijc-. , country, do do, ban els, 4'jc ; do dark 4 '40 , cakes, B'c., giease, 2h3V. Live I'nultrv Finn: fowls lo'-a ll'fjc , oW roosters, a8c. ; ducks, llnUc DrtMhtct Poiiltrv Firm, fowls, choice, 12'fiC. , do. fair to good, Hal2c. ; old 1003 ters, So ; chickens choice western 13a 13'ic: do tali to good lOilJc ; turkejs, fancy joung hens. 12alJi Receipts Flour, 4 (i bauels and 110 ihiO varies, wheat V bushels; cut 11 2SOW bushels: oats lOOnO bushels Shipments Wheat. S.000 bushels; corn, 7o,0i)0 bushels, oats, ll.erji) bushels Clilcago Grain and Produce llnrket. Chicago, Mnich SO. Wheat was eiiutio today, Muj fiuctiiutlng wildly between 7J.c and 7412C but eloslng practically unchanged from jesterda s final llMues Crop dumauo comnlnlnts stimulated Imiv. lug and enormous Argentine slilpmnts c nciiurngo selling 1 orn lost ,e , outs run oft a shade, pork declined 7'.c; lanl 2'te "lid ribs 5a7i.c Cash quotations weie as follows Flour Model ate demand and film; No 2 spring, 71n7.'c ; No 3 do. do, 'ia71c, No 'i red, 7.1'...a70e ; No. 2 corn, wi'ic; No. 2 jellow W.e ; No. 2 oats, JJij n2Se.; No 2 rje r.i iM'.e ; No 2 bat lev, 27a47o; No 1 flux seed, J121: N W, Jl 21's; prime tlmothv seed $J25; mess poik, JSOj.iii bird. Jj 221. .15 23, shurt libs. Slli'aJW, dr sailed shoulders JSnJi.e; short cleor S'n5 10 whiskey, $1 26; sugars, cut loaf, $5 S3, granulated, $5 23 Buffalo Live Stock Market. East Buffalo N. Y. March 30 Cattle Market unchanged slow; veals dull for common, otheis stead). Hogs Murket strong lor b1 weights but only bteaily for light guide s, Yorkers, MOJal: light, $300, pus, $iboi3M. other grades, Mela 4 10, roughf, IJSSr'JS,", Sheen and Lambs Market slow, generally ISaL'Oc. lower for lambs; sheep, stejclv, top limbs, 103a tl.10, fair to good SlijBfir, JW, culls, up tl 21 u3&), mixed sheep, $!S,3.i5r,, culls to good, JJ50uJ73, wetheis. JIMa5.13, clipped lambs, 5a5 10 Chicago Live Stock Mniket. Chicago March 3D Cattle -Light sup pl , prices Hi ni ; fancy cattle brought. f170a5f, choice steers $3 J0a5o3; medium do, $4 70,i t W . beef do. JJoals.1- cows and helfeis, S3 4oal21, western feci steers Jl 2'io 50 Calves JlaO V) Hogs Good demand prices 2'c. higher lor desirable orterings, fair to choice, 43 7ra3S7lK, pack lng lots, l.1.1a3 72',; mixed JlUn-tsO, butchers, $30113 Silti lIMits, jn.'Oal.M); pigs, $3 21,i3fJ. Sheep Trade active, prices largelv 10c. higher, sheep Bold at $1.30,1 fi oi.chlellly ot $41 Xj ard upwards whllo heavy expoiters broi ght J MnK.OI; jeni linns, t 7Sali.Hi; lambs, $1 roa5.J mnsttv, S3 ,1i) Recil'itK Cuttle, 8,000 head; hog, 23.W0 head, sheep, 10,000 head. WANTED. WANTED-CABE OF BAD HEALTH mat. H-l-p-A-N-S will not benefit. Bend S cents to Rlpans Chemical Co., New York.for 10 camples and 1 000 testimonials. HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED - EXPERIENCED WOODS men to go to New Mexico Good tangos paid, For further Information npplv to F L Peck. Board ot Trade Building, Scranton HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED GIRT ' FOR flENERAL housework. Mrs. C. R Fuller, ",0 Monroe avenue. COMPETENT GIRL WANTED IN FAmI Uy of t.o. Must be neat und thor ough Apply file Spruco btreot, betweon 3 nnd G p, m. LADIES TO EMRROIDKR-GOOD PAY- lng. easy work sent to your home: write for snmplo nntl materials, Unlqiio Embroidery Co., 102 Fulton St.. Now York. REAL ESTATE. FOR 8ALE-MY RESIDENCE AT 231 Colfax avenue: Just cc mpleted All modern Improvements Hordwood finish sanitary piumblng, electric lights, etc. Prlco reasonable. Address Frank T. Okcll. 220 Droadvvay. New York city. FURNISHED ROOMS. WANTED-TWO NICELY FURNISHED connected room bv married couple, five minutes walk from squat c. Answer S. M . this olllee WELL FURNISHED ROOM. ALL CON vcnlences, at G3t Adams avenue. FOR RENT FIRST CLASS FUR nlshcd front room, gas, bath, steam heat 510 Washington avenue. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM TOR lent In uulel houe. one or two chil dren. Address, W. P. S., Tribune office. FOR RENT-PLEASANT F'.'jtNlSHKD rooms, conveniences. Rooms from 1.50 up, 522 Mulberry street. BOARDING. GENTLEMAN CAN FIND BOARD with private family. Homo comforts 213 N. Main avenue. SPECIAL NOTICE. TilflTCRANTONlAfr'A Co. and the Hyde Park Gas Co In ac cordance with the policy of th"e com panies to 1 educe rates from lime to time ns may be wairanied by lnc teased con sumption, notice Is herebv Iven thnt on and after April 1, next, the prlco of gas will be ono dollar und ten cents pei one thousand cubic foet consumed, subject to tho following discounts Five per cent on nil bills where the consumption for the month amounts to less Hum twentv -flvo dollars, ten per cent, on all bills whero the consumption for the month amounts to twentv-tlve dollars und up wards Pinvldeel the bill Is paid on or befoie tho 20th dav 01 the mouth In which the bill is presented Bv order of the board. G B HAND. Secrctarj. LEGAL. AUDITORS NOTICE-IN RE- ESTATE of Joshua S. Millet, deceased Tho undei signed, an auditor appointed b) the Orphan's Court ot Lackawanna Count! to makei distribution of the fund in the hands of George W Miller and Frederick Conn administrators of thu es tato of Joshua S Miller, deceased; among the panics entitled thereto hereby gives notice that he will attend to the duties of his appointment at the office of S U Price esq, 119 Wsomlng avenue. In the city of Scranton In said rountv on the 21st day of April. A D 1VO at 10 o'clock a. in nt which time and place all persons are required to present their claims or bo debarred from coming In on said fund. RUSSELL DIMMICK, Audtor. ESTATE OF E.MMA S. WATK1NS DE ceased In the Orphans' Court of Lickawanna Countj, No P,71', Old Sules The undersigned, an auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court of Lackawanna county to pass upun the exceptions taken to the final account ot D. W. Vaughan, executor, filed September 10, 1S0S, and to make distribution to the parties entitled thereto, hereby elves notlco that he will attend to the duties of his appointment ot his law olllces in the Conncll Building on Satin dav, April 1st ltfu, nt 10 o'clock a m at which timet and place all parties Inteiestcd mav attend and those having claims on the fund must appear and pre -sent their claims or be forever debaried from coming in on said fund CHAS E OLVER. Auditor TO WHOM IT M Y CONCERN. The Scranton D.ilrj Company heiebv pub llsh a description of a certain bottle which they uso in connection with llielt daiiv business and tho sale of cieum and milk In tho city of Ser inton and the county of Lackawanna, and which tlipy inton 1 to register under tho provisions of tho Act of Ma 8, 1SS9 Tho bottle is cvllndrlcal In form has upon Its face, within a circle, tho vioios "Seianton Dairy Compnri, Scranton. Pa.," unci In the cntei of the circle a largo tc tter "S" unci on the back of s.iid buttle "This bottle to be leturued " Tho Scranton Daily Company WILLARD. WARREN cS. KNAPP, Solleltois. IN Rlt ESTATE Or ROBERT ROBIN son, lato of the City of Sctanton de ceased Notlco is herebv kIvcii that letters of administration on the above named es tato have been grinted to the under signed All persons having claims against tho same will ptrsent them lot pajmeni, nnd those Indebted then to will please make immedlato p.ivment to Bessie F, Robinson Adinlnlstrntilx WELLES .V: TORRE Y ttomes SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man us bartender Addiess II. B, Tribune SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man as collector 01 salesman Addiess II R , Tribune office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man to finish trade, can do nil ordi nar watch, clock and jewelry icpilrlng; low v. ies; Al leiHreiccs. Addiess H, Box 2tS, Monti ose. Pa. Situation wanted-by a yoi no man led mini as fireman or taking enro of private horses Rest of refureiices. Address Hlcketts. 217 Franklin uvenut WANTED-SITUATION AS A FIRST or second-hand baker; clu- or country Address It D. Waltmnrt, 507 North Eighth street, Lebanon. SITUATION WANTF.D-BY-A THIR- ic.ntli regiment soldier, to take caro of hotses 01 un either kind of work. Addiess F, ! Price street, city SITUATION WANTED-BY A LADY TO do wushlng and Ironing to go out by the duj and to take It home. Rear Jot Gib son street. SITUATION WANTED-BY A i7dDLE aged laclv as housekeeper In n small family. Address 221 South Irving ave-uue- SITUATION WaTTtKD-AS COLLEc' lector, umpoiaij or penr.anent. Sai Isfiictory reterences Addiess C P.Tiib. une BITUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN, Scotch and Piotestant, viould like a place In 11 respectable family 01 seeond work 01 housukceper Addiess J. S, 107 Wiomlng avenue. Scranton, Pu. SITUATION WANTED-BY EXPERI enced coachman. Address Hub, 210 Franklin avenue. City. HITUATION WANTED - WASHING. ironing or any kind of limine cleaning by tho day or will take washing home. Mrs. Lee, sldo dooi, 420 Frankllu uveiiue. PROFESSIONAL. finCHITBOTB EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, Conncll building, Scranton. E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE rear of COO Wnshtngton nvenue LEWIS HANCOCK, JR.. ARCHITECT, 43j Spruce st., cor. Wash, nv., Scranton, FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT, Prlco building, 128 Washington avenue, Seianton. T. I. LACEY Sc SON. ARCHITECTS. Traders' National Bank. DENTISTS BR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON Pitt vote Hospital, cor. Wyoming aod Mul berry. DR. H. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O. DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming ave. WELCOME C. SNOVER. 334 Washington nvenue. Hours 0 to 1, and 2 to 5 HAT MANUFACTURER. TOLLES. 405 SPRUCE 8TRl3ET."siAKES your hat to older und they lit. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK Hn avenue. Rates rcusot able P. .EIQLER, Proprietor. SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & W. passenger depot Conducted on the Hu ropeun plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop. LAWYER? FRANK B. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor-ot-Lnw, Burr building, rooms 13 und 11, Washington Avenue. WILLARD. WARREN & KNAPP, AT tornevs and Counscllors-nt-Law. Re publican building, Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa JESSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND Counsellors . nt Law, Commonwealth building. Rooms 1, 20 nnd 21. JA51ES W. OAKUORD, ATTORNEY-AT-Law. Rooms 514, 515 and C1C, Board of Trade building D P. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS negotiated on rent estate security. Me.irs' bunding, corner Washington avenuo nnd Spruce stieet. JAMES J H HAMILTON. ATTORNEY. at-Law. 301 Commonwealth building, Scranton. EDWARD W. THAYER ATTORNEY. Rooms WI-'.OJ, Jth lloor, Menrs building. L A WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, M2 Board of Trade building, Scranton, Pn. C. R PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pn. PATERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS' National Bank building. C. COMEGYS, 9-13 REPUBLICAN building. A. W. BERTHOLF, ATTORNEY, Mears' building. PHYSICIANS AND SURQEONS MARY A opathlst, SHEPHERD. M D HOME No as Adams avenue DR. W. E ALLEN liigtun avenue 512 NORTH WASlt- DR. L M. GATES ROOMS, 2o7 AND 20S Hoard of Trade Building. Otllco hours, R to 9 a m . 2 to i and 7 to S p m Resi de nee, 300 Madison avenue. DR C I, PRE AS SPECIALIST 7N Rupture. Truss Fitting nnd Fat Reduc tion Otllco telephot e 130! Hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9 DR. S. W L'AMOREAUX OFFICE 339 vvahhlngton uvenuev Residence, 1318 Mulberry. Chronic diseases, lungs, heart, kldnevs and gcnlto-urlnary 01 guns a specialty. Hours. 1 to J p m. W. G. ROOK VETERINARY SUR ceon. Horses, Cattle and Dogs treated Hospital 121 Linden stren. Scranton. Telephone 2672 SCHOOL1! SCHOOL OF TliH IAcifAWANNA, Scranton Fa. Courses nrepurutorv to college. Inw, medicine or business. Opens Sept 12. Send for catalogue. Rev Thom as M. Cann, LL. D, Wnlfr H. Buell, A M SEEDS G R CLARK & CO , SUEDMEX AND Nurserjmen; store 115 Washington ave nuo; green house, 1330 North Main ave. tine, storo telephone. 7s.1 WIRE SCREENS JOS KUETTEL. REAR nil LACKA wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa , manufac turer of Wlte Screens MISCELLANEOUS BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR balls picnics pirtlcs receptions, wed dings and concert work furnished. For terms address It J Bauer, conductor, 117 W uinlng ivenue, over Hiilbcrt's music store MEGARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS' supplies, envelopes, paper bags twine. Wurchouse 1 ;u Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa SCALP TREATVIENTj MilsL,TOLLEiSCALl'TREAT bent, 50c . shampi oln 50e : facial massage manicuring 2c , chiropody. 701 Qulncj CITY SCAVENGER A B BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS and cess pools, no odor. Improved pumps used A BRIGGS, Proprietor Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue, or Klcke's drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry Telephone 9340. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. LcIiIrIi Valley Railroad. In Effect Feb 6 i5'i9 TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON Tor Philadelphia and New York via D & 11 R R al t. 45 u. m und 12.03, 2.18. 4 .7 Illuek Diamond Express, and 1130 p. m. Sundavs U cv. II , 1 5S, "Ji p m For White Haven, Hasleton and prin cipal points In tho coal legions via D .t II It R. C 13, 2 18 and 4 27 p. m. For Fottsv ille, t, 45, 2 l- p. m For Bethlehem, Euston. Reading, Hdr risburg and principal Intermediate sta tions via D V IT R R, 6J5u. m, 12 01, 2 is 4 27 Black Diamond Express, II 30. Sundajs, D. & II., 1 OS. 7 18 p. m. For Tunkhunnoek, Towonda, Elinlra, Ithaca, Geneva and pilnupal Intermedi ate stations, vlu D . L A: W. It. R , 8 03 u m , 12 55 and 3 .". p. m. For Geneva, Rochester. Buffalo. Niag ara Falls Chicago and all points west via 1 ii H. R R, 12 03, J 33. Black Diamond Express, 7.JS and 1130 p. m, Sundajs. D. fi. II , 11 43 a in , 7 p. p m, Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh Valley purlor curs on nil trains between Wllkea-Uarro and New York, Philadel phia Buffalo and Suspension Btidee. ROLLIN II. WILBUR. Gen Sunt . Suuth Bethlehem, Pa. CHAS. S LEE Gen Puss Agt , 2o Cort- luncl street New York A W NONEMVCHER. Division pass- enger Agent Siuith Bethlehem Pa For tickets and Pullman reservations apply 309 Laekawnnna ave., Scranton, Pn. FULL HOUSE Instead of an empty one, is what you will hold if you advertise in the "For Rent" columns of the, SCRANTON TRIBUNE. RAILROAD TIME TABLES, ' .-.wwvws Schedutsll Mflett Mnv n. is-t Trains Loavo Wllkos-Darro as FoN lows: 7.30 a. m wook days, for Sunbur uinauurg, fniiaaaiphin, Biti. rnoro, Washington, and for Pitts , , b"fK and the Wost. 10.15 n. in. , wook da3, for Hazlolon, c5,lZl ? heading, Norrlstown, find Phlladolphta; and for Sun. bury, Harrlsburj:, Phlladolphla,, jf UaltlmOrO. W.1lllln.-rnr r,H Dlll.A ,burK nnd tho Wost. 7 3.12 0. m , dally, forSunbury, Harris. buf-K Phlladolphla, BaltlmoV-e, """''man, ana h-msDurg stna tho Wost. f uO0 p. m., wook days, for Sunbury. Harrlsburg, Phlladolphla nnd Plttsburp;. J. n. IIUTUtlNSO.M. Usncral Alansjer. Del., Lacka. and Western. Train? in'. SI2nday' Nov- u- 18- 1 rains leave Scranton as follows nt. ItOUBfo0'0, ?"4 all ioln?.' .S: 3 S'p. m. W and 10Vj a' m- B-B n"1 Dhla'ifSrt'' or 1'us'1' Trenton, Phlladol- l"inp!.'?,"n,u nommotlatlon, 6.13 p. m. nilrP ta fior Ulngimmton. Oswego. 51U WorrIa;0r,I'lV,B,.IJath' Uansvllle, bA0Un', 1S3 nn,i """J. Buffalo, 1210. 2 D3, 9.U0 a. m.. tloii, St T6,",' m" nmltlni? closo conned north5offnJ0 l0 n" t'olnl3 ln lll ws. ,Wl .nntl southwest. Hlnh,.on oecommodation, ! 40 p. m. Nirh ,1 mton nn'1 wa' stations, 1.03 p. m. icnoison nccommcclatlon. 3.10 p. m. 2T3 s for,i;t'en nnd Richfield Sprlncs, "v.i1 m ,lnt 1 53 11 m. ! 2-"5, 9cj0 a m. and l.DS p. in. BnrrV. rY,'1r.,l,u,nD"'-nil. Plttston Wilkes vlilr . n,,iimuu!"- Bloomsburg an-1 Dan urnhe.K . I"? cl",e connections at No-tli-Bmtfm,1r.a ,fSr IVIIIIamsport. Harrlsburg. NnrM,M ."""hlnftton and tho south. flni.V i-it.".. ,il,,a nnu intprmcaiaie stn. tlous, coo, 1003 n. m , und 1.53 and D.40 p. ! ftcfa1l,,cl!?. alu- Intermediate stations, r,,o.i?..U Hw n- ln Pbmoiith and intor i?ini'2 " M"tlnns. 3 33 and $.60 p. m. For K'n,P'on, 1; 53 p. m nn "'I""1" Parlor and sleeping coaches 011 all express trains ,Jv.?r delHIed Information, pocket tlme- h. nl,tc nl,nl" to M L Smith, Dis trict Fastened- Afjent, depot tlckot cf- Dclavvare and Hudson. On Sunday, Feb. nth, trains will Icava Scranton as follows: I or Carbondiile-C.20, Tr,3, 8 B3 10.13 a. XV Wn.oon ,a- 220- 3!i-'. C.23, 6.23. 7.57. 9U 11.00 p m.; 1.16 a. m. I or Albany. Suratosa. Jlontrenl, Bos ton, .New England points, etc. C.20 a. m., o p. m For Honesdulc 6 20, 1013 a. m; 2.20, 6.2 1 p. m. ,AF.?r Wilkes-Dnrre-6.43. 7.1S. 8 43, d.r.g, -jJJ,2..m.: 203- 1.23, 2.1S, 3 33. 4 27. 6.10. .41. 10 41. 11.30 p m t i.r.Nf,w York' Phlladelphln, etc., vliv f1';'! Valley Rallroad-fi.43 a. m., 12 03. 1.2S, 4.2, p m ; with Black Diumond Ex press, 11 so p. m. or Pennsylvania Railroad points, 6.43, 9.:u. in.; 2.1S, 4 27 p. m I-or western points via Lehigh Valley Rallro.ad-7 4S a. in.: 12 03 3 S3, with Blacft Diamond Express 10 41, 11 -p in. Trains will arrive In Scranton as fol lows From Carbondnlo nnd the North-6 40, 7.41, 8S8, 9.11, 10SS, 1U.8 a m.J 1.23, 2.13, 3 23. 1.23, 7 4J, 10 '(8 11.27 p m. 1 rom Wilkes-Barre and the South 6 1 , 7 41, 8 4S, 10 0S. 11.33 a. m : MS 2.14 3.43, B 20, C 21, 7.51. 10 10 03 p m : 1.13 a. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Parbondale-9.07. 11.33 p. m.j 1.53, 3 f,2 ii 33. fl 53 p. m. For Wllkes-Darre-3.4S, 11.43 a. m.; 1.58, 3 23. r. 41. 7. p m Lowest rates to all points In United States and Canada. J W Bt'RDICIC. O P. A Albany, N . H. W. CROSS, D. P. A , Scranton, Pa. Central Railroad of New Jersey (I.chlBh and Susquehanna Division.) Stations In New York Foot of Liberty street. N, R , und South Feiry, Whitehall htrcet. Anthracite coal used exclusively, insur ing cleanliness and comfort. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV 20. 18SS. Trains leave Scranton for Plttston, Wllkcs-Barre, etc , at 8 SO. 10.10 a. m 1.20, 2 33, .1 20. 7 10 p. m. Sundays, 9 00 a, m , l.no. 2 V,. 7 10 11. m. For Lakawood and Atlantic City, 8.30i a. m. j Tor New York. Newark and Elizabeth 8 30 (express) n in , 1 20 (express), 3.20 (cx-l press) p. in. Sunds, 2 15 p m. Tralil leaving 1 20 p. m . arrives at Philadelphia! Ueadin? J erminui, , uj p. m . ana iew Vnrk. 7 03 1). m For Mauch Chunk. Allentown, Bcthiu hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8.30 a, m., 1 20, 3 20 p m Sundays, 2 15 p m Tor Baltimore and Washlnston and points south and west via Ilcthlehem, 8 V) 11. m 1 20 p m. Sundays, 2.15 p m For Loni? Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at 8 3ft a. m, 120 p m For Readlntr, Lebanon and Harrlshui'tr, via Allentown. S.30 a. m 120 p. m. Sun day. 2 15 p in For Fottsv Ille, 8.30 n. m.. 1.20 p m. netiirnliig leave New York, foot of Lib erty street. North River, at 4 00, 9.10 (ex press) a m . 1.20 (express) p. m. Sundays, Leave 'New York, South Fcrrv, foot Whitehall street, at 9 03 a. m .1.25 p m PasscnRers nrrlvlnR or departing from this terminal c.in connect under cover with all the elevated raihoads. Broadway rnblo cars, nnd ferries to Brooklyn and Staten Islands, making quick transfer to nnd from Grand Central depot and Long lleavoPhnad'clphla. Reading Terminal, s "1 a ro . 3 00 p. m. Sundays, 6.15 p. m Through tickets to all points East, South und West nt lowest rates nt tho StJ l iT OLHAHSEN Gen Supt. H P. BALDWIN. Gen. Pass. Agt. Eric nnd Wyoming Valley. Tlmo Table in Effect Sept, 19th, 1893 Trains leave Scranton for New York. NcwburR and Intermediate points 011 rrlo railroad also for Haw ley and locvl nolnV 1 at 7 03 a m and 2 2s; p m Trains Snlvo at Scranton from above points at 10 23 a. w and 3 13 and 9 0s, p. m SCUASTON 11IVISION. 11 II If en t October UOCIi, 1808. North Iloiiud. 11 011 th Bohnd. 505 poii jJlUYnO i M 8tM,ons ni v. I 5 of iu i- u Arrive Leave a m . 72JN.Y Franklins: .... r. 7lO,Vest 4Jnd street .... 763 ." 700! vveehawken ... 8 10 .. a m p h Arrive 1 cave r t r m 10 45 1 151 1 aaoJIa" 2 1 6: s.1 1040.... I ml Ilancocic .... Sl 4 3", 1031 .. U'ft Starlljht ... an 4411 10 Jl .... I2jhi Preston rarS .... 33II4K 1015 . 124HI Wlnrrocd ... 34U&0V 100 .... U2.VI I'oyntelld .... UMill linn.,,, un1 erhou . stR ivi 940 ... r.'is Pie if nut vu. .. 3rd 53 3 .... 119 I'nloudalo . 809 64 .... 1119 Forest City .. 8 It 641 910. .. 1181 Caib'ndaie .... 884 6tl or .... (ii 0i wtuie nridge .. raag.sti 901.... liW.I llajlleld 13 43 en 8 sti... 11 S3 Jcrmjn .... 3 4io.'i 853.... 1118 ArcIUbaM ... 8 816 0.1 850.... 11151 Wlntnn .... 4 ."vi- 8 I J 846,. .Jit ll reclame ... s rv 1 n 845... . ill 117 Ohpbaut ... 4 0119 3) 84) .... 11 ov t'riccburtf .... 4 07) sat 8 3s 11 0J Throop .. 410(1.7 8S5.... IIO.11 rrovldeneo . iH'dS 8 1:.. flK7 l'ark Place .... fUTitfa-j 8 20.... 10 55 bcrantoti .... 4 S9a am U n Leave Arrive r V h t Hundayonly L slffnltlHS that trains stop on slgnid (or pas en'prs 'I rains 205 and 200 fiunday only other trains dally except Hunday. ceciiro rates via Ontaiio a Western twforo purcbasini; tickets and tave inoncr, mouiih Watfier DutTrt simper and (rea re cllnlcir chair car New York to Chlatra nr bout cliance. I'no-riiacr ttuj UJacccd to 1'wo Collin I er .11 lie. J.O, Aoileirton, aen.rass AcL T. FUtorott, Ulv. Vu, ,st. bcrantoo, I'a.