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THE SCflAlsTON TIJJTiTjNE -FlilPAY MORNING. MAY 25, 18!)4.
HOW THE PUBLIC
BEWARE OF FRAUDS.
For The Sake Of Profit They
Wisrrapuleus dealers aro tryins to sell or-
Masry Glauber Salt or a mixture of soidiitz
Powdtr ;is "Artificial Carlsbad Halt," "Spru
Aai Salt," "German suit," or "improved
Carlsbad Salt," and under other similar
lmiuos. Tin) Natural Remedies of Carlsbad
Cannot lie intimated.
"What Xuturo niakos.niuii cannot improve."
Artidci.il made wihes will never roplaco tho
natural juice of the grapes. Neither can tho
natural watcrsof Carlsbad, nor the Carlsbad
Bprodol Salt be rcplacod by tho cheap substi
tutes offerod to a Btiileloss public for tho sake
of tho larger i'oflt mado theroou, by these uu-
Koono would buynrtifloi.il wines knowing
ly. Why buy tho imitations of tho Carlsbad
products, when your health is at stake?
The Oarlabad Sprudel Waters are n specific
for all diaaaaes of the stomach, liver and kid
neys, and Rave been ued with great benefit
by hundreds of thousand of people, The
Carlsbad Bprudel Salt, which is evaporated
from the Bprndal Water at Carlsbad, is an ex
cellent Aperient) Laxative and Diarectic; is
nn alterative ami ellmlnative remedy, which
disr.nlv s tdnaetona bilo, allays irritation, as
must cathartics do. The summer montbl
When plenty of outdoor ex.rcisj can bo had,
nvo tho most desirable for tho "Carlsbad
Cure." Use tho imported Carlsbad waters, or
If It is not convouuiit to uso tiio waters, or
v hen a more decided laxative effect Is desired,
'c the Carlsbad Sprudel Suit.
Insist upon the genuine, which is Imported
direct from Carlsbad, ami must have theibf
nature of Eisner and Uandalaon Co., Solo
Acont for the U. S. 10..' 4; 151 Frunkliu St.,
KoW York, on every bottle.
Water Too Much lor an Arizona Mob.
Right tn SttO Francisco today lives a
nuts who was it rbigieader of u mob in
Tucson that was foiled in a most peculiar
Wftj in ail attempt to lynch a prisoner who
wits charged with murdorinR u prospector.
Court waa iu session at tta time and the
prisoner wan con fined In a cell in the Tuc
boacotirt bonne, through tl,o main entrance
of which wan tho only way of access to the
jail from the strict. An adjournment had
been taken for the day, and, as it happened,
the only man left at the court house, was
the janitor, a slow, methodical old fellow
KlllUOra had been circulated for, several
days thai an attempt would bo made to
lynch the prisoner referred to, bat as no
demonstrations bad been made tho sheriff
Lad grown curulewt, and had removed the
guard. .1 ut about the dusk of the even
ing in question, the old janitor, who was
enjoying asmoke on the court house steps,
Haw ii mob approaching, and iu an instant
realized its meaning, Slowly removing
his pipe from Ids mouth, he laid it care
fully aside and stepped into tho corridor of
A section of lire hose stood near, and do
Ulajrntaly unreeling it, he screwed it onto
the hydrant and adjusted tho nozzle. Ho
Stood there in readiness, and when the
leader of the mob reached the doorway he
turned the water on full force. Owing to
the urcat elevation of the reservoir the
pressure is enormous, and the stream as it
struck the leader staggered him. He heat
(a ted and turned to face his companions.
at settled it, and before they could re
cover from their surprise every man iu tho
ninb was An UCiied from head to foot
The stream seemed to increase in force
and volume, and one after another tho
Would be lynchers tied. In five minutes
not one of them could be seen in uny ilircu
Mod, and when the sheriff put in an ap
pearance old Hand bail reeled Up the hose
at-d was again scaled on the steps smoking
cway as il nothing had happened, Sun
The Machinery of tho Modern Factory,
Not less striking than the wonderful in
genuity of the machines in the woolen fac
tory of today is their multiplicity, We
II lid not only a separate machine for each
ol the twenty-three different operations
enumerated by Ore In l"ftl, but we also
find in the larger mills cre.it numbers of
these separate machines, A modern fac
tory is, therefore, somothtng almost en
tirely dill, rent from anything which ex
isted n century ago. It contains vast
renms, each devoted to separate branches
of the Industry.
In one we find tho scouring machines; in
another, the carding machines; in another,
if it. be a worsted mill, the combs and 111
inn machines; in another, long rows of
Whirling spindles tire the eye, and In an
other, the clatter Of hundreds of looms
suggests pandemonium. Kverythiug Is
systematized, ami the surroundings of the
operatives, With abundance of light, with
perfect ventilation, with steaimheat, with
convenient retiring rooms, justify tho
Statement that the gain of the manufac
turer tlirouich improved machinery is no
greater than the gain of the operative
wlifCh lias come through the accompany
ing improvement In the construction and
arrangement Of the buildings in which
these operations are conducted. S. N. D.
North iu Popular Science Monthly
An Approach to Perpetual Motion.
A clock is to lie seen at Brussels which
iomes about as near being a perpetual ifTO
tion machine us can be invented, for tho
sun does tho wiudiug. The following is
the method by which it works: A shaft
exposed to tho solar rays causes an up
draught of air, which sets the fan in mo
tion. The fan uctuatew mechanism which
raises the weight of the clock until it
reaches the top, and then puts n break on
the fan till the weight has gone down a
little, when the fan is again liberated, and
proceeds to act as before. As long as tho
snn shines frequently enough, nnd the ma
chinery does not wear out, the clock will
keep in perpetunl motion. Loudon Tit
liits. Erect Upsltlcd Trees.
Gravitation seems to have no power over
tho growth force iu trees. I knew of a
tree once nearly on a line between two
neighbors. One wanted it cut because it
shaded his garden. The other insisted on
keeping it because it was too pretty to cut.
It was a white pine. The one then cut off
nil the branches, close to the trunk, so as
to uushade his ground. One would have
thought so much weight on one sido would
have curved the trunk. Nothing of the
kind, The lending shoot went up as plumb
ifnd straight as ever. Thomas Median in
Dr. Millingcn mentions the case of a man
who died tn a public house, and who was
found to have several clasp knives with
the blades blunted and the bandies partly
worn away tn his stomach.
A Million Friends
A trlend in need is a friond indeed, and
sot less than one million people have
found just such n friend In Dr. King's Now
Discovery for Conumition, Coughs and
Colds, If yon have never used this Great
Cough Medicine, one trial will convince
you that it has wonderful curative powers
in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs.
Each bottle is guaranteed to do nil that is
olaimed or money will bo refunded. Trial
bottles fro nt Mathews Bros', drug store.
Large bottles 5oa and JL 00.
Going to Chnrch In Mexico.
One chess of Mexican buildings there Is
whereof, save only at night, the doors never
are closed the churches. Prom dawn un
til durkness comes again the church doore
Stand open, and whoever will may enter to
seek solace In prayer. Though less than in
the poriod preceding the passage of the
laws of reform which swept away at a
single blow tho priestly rule that under
mined tho civil power the church is an
active part of Mexicau daily life. Going to
church Is not an office fixed for ft small
part of a single day in the week and cele
brated only tn garments of price, every
ay aud all day long there is a constant
flow aud ebb of humanity through the
friendly open doors to and from the friend
ly shelter from tho sorrows of tho world.
In the very early morning working peo
ple cargadores and aguadores and Much
like humble folk surrender n few min
utes of their working timo that they may
begin their day with prayer. Alittledatet
come the house servants on their way home
from market, bringing their market InOV
kets witii them, ami usually having in
their wake a little dog, whose decorous
gravity suggests tho possibility that iu
these early devotions ho also has a share.
At 8 o'clock the mass is celebrated, when
the women of the upper classes the men
are conspicuous by their absence thronp
the churches; and thereafter, being clad in
black und wearing Wee mantillas, add
greatly to the pictiiresqueucssof the streets
as they go homeward.
Then cotno the venders of niiUt and vege
tables and poultry nnd wood and charcoal
and other household supp'Jcs couutrj
people who wish to mako their sacrifice ol
prayer before during forth from the city,
and who, if they have had luck in theii
small cheating.", may be disposed also to
thanksgiving. Kven on a Sunday the
only day that he would be sure of finding
tho doors open a charcoal seller would
not be encouraged to hitch his donkey to a
lamp post in (font of a fashionable church
iu New York, and thereafter to enter the
church and say his prayers. Quito the
contrary.1 Harper's Weekly.
riiosphorns Produced by Electricity.
The largo and increasing demand fot
phosphorus, not only for the manufacture
of matches, but for its subsidiary applica
tions in the organic syntheses which form
one branch of modern chemical industry,
and In the production of many of the phos
phor alloys that have recently come into
vogue, has mado the question of its eco
nomical production of much commercial
Importance, as well as of technical interest.
In the method of manufacture at present
generally employed, the chief cost lies less
in the raw materials than iu that of I he
plant and labor necessary for tho produc
tion of phosphorus from them. Electricity
has been introduced into this process with
Increased yield and decreased cost.
The new process is quite simple, con
sisting merely in feeding in the raw ma
terials, passing tho current between suit
nblo electrodes, and collecting and condens
ing the volatlsed phosphorus in the usual
way. When it is remembered that for
merly mineral phosphates had to be treated
with sulphuric acid, tiio liberated phos
phoric acid separated from , the calcium
sulphate produced at tho same time by til
tration, the solution of the former concen
trated by evaporation, mixed with charcoal
aud heated strongly in small retorts, before
reaching tho stage in which the mere ap
plication of current now brings the raw
material, the immense advantage of the
new treatment, will he seen.
The IbOBt important feature involved is
the application of licit in the very spot
where its usefulness is greatest, doing
away at one stroke with the cluuisy prac
tiee of external tiring at present employed
In this and many kindred Industries.
Xe-.v York Telegram,
Little Mildred, a sweet, golden haired
"tot" of six, had been tnught to say.
"Thank God for a good breakfast" or din
ner or supper, as the case might be, after a
The other morning her parents, for good
and sufficient reasons, rest ricted her to oat
meal for breakfast. When she had finished
she clasped her little hands aud began,
Then the raspberries nnd the ham and
eggs ami various oilier appetising thing!
that she hail not been allowed to partake
of attracted her at tention. She paused for
a moment, and then letting her bauds fall
to her side, while a look of deep dejection
overshadowed her pretty face, sho stiid:
"Oh, God, I'm only had oatmeal foi
breakfast this morning. Amen."
Her mother, like most good and devout
mothers, has taught her that if she wants
anything' and Uta good girl and prays for
it she will be sure to get It. The other
night she overheard little Mildred praying
earnestly in her childish way for a veloci
pede. " 'Cause you know, God," added tho
child, in conclusion, "I'so been a good girl,
and mamma told me that If I was a good
girl and asked you for anything you would
let me h ive it. Amen."
Mow the mother is much perplexed be
cause sho doesn't want Mildred to have a
velocipede and at the same timo sho doesn't
want to shake her childish faith in tho
efficacy of prayer.
1 think that it will end In Mildred's get
ting the velocipede. New York Herald.
A Newspaper Man Sells Langtry a Mine.
There are incidents of Langtry's visits to
California which are of interest and which
have never been published. It has been
said, and With truth, no doubt, that sho
did many shrewd things tn the way of ad
vertising. At one time she rented a house
somewhere out in tho Mission and tried to
make everybody believe she intended to
remain there until gathered to her father's,
whon she would be laid away iu an elabor
ate vault in Laurel Kill cemetery, or somo
other city of the dead But it wail all a
Then sho bought some ground over in
Nevada, had a hrdo dug in it nnd called it
the Langtry mine. Sam Davis, a well
known newspaper man, says he sold her
the ground for fyjO. Sho was in the statue
scene of Galatea iu "Pygmalion and Gala
tea," aud during tho scene Davis was in
the wings. She dared not move a musclo.
lie said In a low voice: "Is it a bargain for
fax)? I'll consider that it is if j'ou don't
shake your head." Tho statue remained
still, and when the Lily came out after
ward sho wai so taken with the originality
of the schetnethat she paid the money Over
at once. Cor. ilt. Louis Republic.
Manilla rope is mado in the Philippine
Islands of tho stem of the banana. This
stalk, which usually grows to bo six incites
in diameter and from fifteen to twenty feet
high, has a very valuable fiber from which
are woven beautiful textile fabrics. Many
of the finest India shawls and wrappers
Worn by the Indies of fashion aro manu
factured from this fabric So, too, au ex
cellent article of paper Is made from It.
Goidt h waite's Geographical Magazine.
Always Doll Mill.-.
Housekeepers who purchase their milk
are urged to both the same as soon as they
receivo it, not only because it will keep
sweet longer, but because the process de
stroys all disease germs, and, thereby, rea
ders It safe. Tho fact was long ago estab
lished that milk is a frequent medium for
the trausmissiou of disease, the germs of
which it has accidentally absorbed; also
that certain diseases occur iu cows in cou
sequonce of which their milk Is tainted,
and may give rise to kindred diseases in
the consumers. All dangers from these
sources are obviated by a thorough boil
IhJt. Boston Herald.
Earnings of tho Philadelphia, Read
ing aud New England railroad are im
proving, the ''lean" period from No
voinber to Marsh having passed.
During the Jnttor month gross earnings
amounted to $51,236 03 while operating
expenses were 188,64498, thus leaving
net earnings of 919,591 01, or about
s3,000 more thun r quired to cover
rem als aud other lsasod lino opera
tions, taxes, el, The company is
; olding its own very well, not only
meeting tho above-named charges
promptly, but also paying floating debt
interest, etc. Tin next tivfl months
should be good ones for tho roud,
ss spvcinl efforts are being made
to expand tiie volume of summer
trsffi?, n number of beautiful resorts
being located on its lines. It h is ar
ranged with the Now York Central Tor
the transportation of through pattens
"rsto nnd from New York city, and in
addition it is working on friendly
terms With the NtW York, Ontario and
Western, the New Y.rk, Bniquebsnna
and Western, the Delaware and Hud
SOD, and the Now York and N.'W Eng
land. The muiiau'erheut is watching
very carefully the reorganization of
the latter, and it is ulso keeping an
open eye on tho Reading, expecting to
leoure advantages of a substantial sort
from both whon they aro agaiu in
inapt. Philadelphia Stockholder.
In one of the Smithsonian publica
tions Profesior Orton argues that the
natural gas supply of Ohio and Itidl
una which exists In the Trenton lime
stone rock of a porous nature is fore id
out of tho rock by (alt water which per
colates through tiio latter, being held
tuck by gjs in its natural state until
the gas pockets or cavities art tapjed
by wells, when, as the pressure is tuu
reduced.the water peroolating through
the rocks continues to koep up the
pressure of gas through the wells and
in the mains. According to Professor
OrtOU'e investigations, the salt water
which is found beneath tho gas usually
rises in tho wells to a height corres
ponding with tho level of Like Super
ior, and thoro is, ho thinks, a comma
tion between the water penetrating the
porous roekl In which tne gas is found
and that of Lako Superior.
An English electrical paper published
the following article on the .lex ovr
liead lystem of el. ctricitl propulsion.
It is an overhead system iu which the
overheud wires run transversely across
the street at intervale equal to about
the length of a car; ubovd the middle
of tho track tho wires tire out and
j, lined with nn insulator, all the win s
atone side being positive and those on
tho othur negative; there are two con
tract devices on tho ear, on for each
polarity, and t'hay are of snfflcieut
length to touch one wire before leaving
the other; by this means no grouud
rstnt n is required. In another issue
of tho same pap r a modification of
this system is described iu which an
Insulated conductor is surrounded by a
conducting tube in insulated notions
with means for connecting these sec
tions with tho conductor, op rated by
a mattnectic deviao carried by the car;
it is' suggested that this device would
be of great use iu temporary military
lim-S to be laid in cao of wur; neither
of the method has yet been used iu
A telegram from Dulutb, Minn., says
that a very unusual iron transaction
Iiab juit been closed here between tho
Minnesota Blast Furnace company, of
Dulutb, and a leuding Pittsburg steel
maker. The latter has bought from
the iron company about $30,000 worth
ofpigirou, to be shipped ut once by
rail to Pittsburg. There will bo be
tween three und four lull train loalsof
iron and the first lot baa already gon.
forward. Satisfaction is expressed at
tho price. Toil sale is directly mw to
the conl strike in the east, but it is the
first time that any company so far west
has been patrouiz.id by eustern manu
Nearly all the collieries in the ILzle
ton region remain idle with a large
body of water to eonttnd with. Evans
colliery is reported to be in a very Dad
condition. Two pnmps were lost in
Coxu's No. 1 min?. Van Wicklo's No.
2 slopes are well lillod. The "Bsavi r"
slope pump was removed and the dia
mond drilling machines covered. The
Wharton slop is being filleVl rapidly
and no pumping is beiug done, since
the water in the big vein is so very
high. Juuesville slopes aro in good
condition, their pumping facilities be
ing the b: st in the region.
It is probable that a crisis in the bi
tuminous coal strike will be reached
early nxt week, and present indica
tions point either to a settlement or to
bloodshed. Operators in this state will,
early i:i the week, announce to their
niifurs that they cannot afford to ad
vance wagea at pront, and will iuist
upou tho men returning to work on a
given date, probably June 1, or lose
their positious permanently. , Tho
miners regard this "threat" with some
incredulity, and hold that it u a final
i tfort to weaken their ranks. The im
portation of labor from other state
mar,8 one of two thinus: either tho
minors will recogniza that they have
been defeated and voluntarily return
to work, or they will endeavor to pre
vent the now men from taking their
places, iu which case scene of riot
witneseod iu the coke region a fow
weeks ago will be repeated. It is clear,
in any event, a crisis will be reached
in the situation next week.
A number of Stanton capitalist'
have prgnnll'd a company for tho ptu-
pose ot utilizing tho waste culm from
the coal breakers, This comp.iny with
M. Dolphin, formerly of the Hillside
colliery at PittstOO, as manager, have
leased from the New York and Pitts
ton Goal company Brown 'e culm pile,
-f Rnnr. iri-itjihln. soithnt thfl
Sr whole world sts'tus wronir,
53 T hut'B tiio way you feel
3 whon your liver is inac
tive. You tieeu Moctor
Pierce's I leasant Pellets to
stimulate it and correct it,
und char up your system
for you. You won't mind
the taking of them
they're so email and so
natural in their effects,
All that you imtico with
SEargaefriaaa? thom is t,J0 1100(1 ihlxi
In tho permanent cure of Biliousness, .Tnun
dlco, Coniftlpation, Indigestion, Sour Ktoui
acho, Dizziness, Sick or Bili'ius Headaches,
and nvoty liver, stomach, or bowel disorder,
they'ro guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
thu money is returned.
Don't tinker at vour Catnrrb with un
known modiclne3. it's risky nnd dongeroua
You may drive it to tho lungs. Got tho
Remedy that bus citmf Catarrh for years
and yeorp ur. bago's tjntarrh Kenieav.
The makers (guarantee it to cure, or benollt,
in the worst cases.
ui. ii Liin
III. II u
which they expect to convert info
marketable fuel, and to this end they
will erect the necssary screens, etc ,
us soon as possible. The land in ques
tion, aays the Pittston Gaz-'tte, is own
ed by tho New York nnd Pittston Coal
company and Mr. Dolphin reoeivtd
permission from them to lsy his tricks,
but is having some trouble with a few
living near by, through whose proper
ties he wishes to ruu his tracks.
All of Pardee & Co.'s mines in the
vicinity of HsiletOU Were flooded dur
ing the recent storm and every effort
is being made by that firm to put their
mines iu a condition to operate. A.
lirik iou and Harry H. Fuller, two sub
marine divers, arrived from Philadel
phin,and in company with Assistant Su
perintendent Yoager. For-man Nevjton
Boone and a party of miners entered
Huzle mines slope at about 10 o'clock
for the purpose of attempting to re
cover a pump which was submerged at
what is known as the rock slope.
Should they be able to start this pnmp,
wbioh is a powerful one, it will inater
i illy aid In freeing the slope from water.
Toe water iu the other elopes is
beiug lowered rapidly. Hazleton
Restriction of iron production has
continued in tho week, and the compli
cations due to tho coal strike have in
creased. Titers h:.s been a drop of
f ally 35 per cent, since- April 1, in the
output of pig iron and tho weekly pro
duction, today, ig but little in excess
of 80,000 tons, as against about 130.0)0
tons when April oatne in. The scarcity
of Bessemer pig has been further em
phasiied, aud the Pittsburg transac
tions reported have bean at prices
which tho wildest predictions of throe
weeks ago tell short of.
WU tho Typewriting Machine is for Salo.
There is a younj: lawyer in this city who
does a little literary work outside of his
profession, who got himself a typewriter
as an aid to his labors, and now ho says
that ho is on the verge of insanity. And ho
lays it all to the typewriter. When he
first sat down to the machine, ho says, he
thought that it would ho an easy thing to
master It, but In a few moments his hands
were goim; round in circles over it in vain
attempts to find the letter that he wanted.
That was only the beginning, however, for,
taking the matter up on a scientific basis,
he set forth to learn tho exact location of
nil the keys.
By tho end of tho first day every word
that he heard in conversation set him to
figuring out where each letter would bo on
his keyboard whether in the first row or
the secoud or the third, or on the left or
the right of the middle lino of the key
board. And then he would try to recall
what little disk he had to striko to make a
per cent, mark, and what for the dollar
si'n, und what for quotation marks, and
What for a dozen other marks, each one of
which had to be mado in a special way.
And nt end of two months of practice,
when he could strike off tho words nt a
rate that made the machine rattle and
was beginning to think that he was quito
an operator, he sat down for a little test.
He had a friend to read to him, and for
tWO minutes wrote with his pen. The re
sult was thirty words for each minute,
written very legibly. Then he tackled the
typewriter. Tho machine made a great
racket, and ho thought that he must be
making a new record. When the second
two minutes were up the perspiration was
dropping from his brow. The count
showed to tho credit of the second test just
forty words, and of them just nineteen
were spelled wrongly through tho striking
of wrong keys, and Which had to be cor
rected. A typewriter little used may bo
obtained at a very low figure. New York
How Indians ICut GrusKhoppers.
When California was first settled by tho
whites immediately after the discovery of
gold, there w. is estimated at that time to
be over sixty thousand Indians.
There were several large campoodics on
tho Consumnes river, and uu invasion of
grasshoppers, which we look upon us a
calamity, to them was a veritable blessing.
I remember very well tho great "grass
hopper year," as it was called. It was in
1855. During the last of Muy and the first
of June the entire counties of Sacramento
aud San Joaquin were covered with locusts
or "hoppers" aud nothing to equal it has
been witnessed in the state since.
With tho Digger Indians the grasshop
pers are a great luxury, and aro used as
meat and eaten in various ways. That
year Indians swarmed into the valleys
from thu mountains and had a royal feast
for several weeks. Some would catch the
grasshoppers, thread thein on a string,
hang them over the lire until dono brown,
then eat them from tho string the same as
children do popcorn.
Others would set the grnss on fire, which
both disabled the "hoppers" aud cooked
them, when they were picked up and eaten
or stowed away for future usa The most
popular way, however, wheu the "hoppers"
were thickest, was to dig a hole so deep
that they could not jump out, and driving
them to the center and into tho receptacle
prepared for tbl m.
In this circle, which sometimes covered
mnny acres, were all the women aud chil
dren In t he camp. They carried a brush in
caCh hand aud would drive the "hoppers"
without difficulty. When tho drive was
over the "hoppers" were put in bags aud
boskets, saturated with salt water and laid
to one side for use In winter. They are
eaten then ns whito people do shrimps.
They nre also mixed with acorn or seed
meal, after being ground into pusto. Sac
The Muu Who Kuts Hastily.
We quite agree with a sensible writei
that a fat Ciller may be a well informed
man, but he can never be a man of taste
simply because he lucks the gift of appre
ciation. He muy swallow tho contents of
scores nnd hundreds or even thousands ol
books and any uiveu quantity of thoughts,
facts and statistics as he gorges his food,
but be will not be a man that loves the
beautiful either in art or nature. Ho will
not care a whit about sunsets or tho cholo
SSt groupings of wood and water, and a
panoramic exhibition or tho scenery of a
playhouse will suit him better than the
delicate gl ares of a Leslie or a Newton.
He may roar over tho rich humor of a
Smollett, because it is at the same timo
broad and obvious; but ho will never de
tect the subdued, quiet manifestation ol
the same quality in a Goldsmith, or relish
tho exquisite pleasaulries or yot finer
pnthos of Charles Lamb. Ho may enjoy
jests of Mark Twain, but he will bo blind
to the shy and elusive pleasantries of Haw
thorne; and aa for noting the lights and
shadows, or feeling the more hidden beau
ties of poetry, how can It bo expected of a
person that can eat brook trout or English
sole as fast as he eats halibut, or partridge
as hastily as he cats goosof Professoi
Matthews iu Boston Traveller.
A very cbod waterproof blacking Is
composed of the following ingredients:
Two ounces of beeswax, two ounces ot tal
low, two ounces 01 spermaceti, one table
spoonful of lampblack. Mix all well to
gether mid stir well Apply warm with a
brush and when cold polish like ordinnry
blacking. Broken ends of candles will do
for the spermaceti.
It has always bcoa considered that the
English get the moet peculiar pronuncia
tion from the spelling of their proper
names. Hut the Stntes nre bound to get
ahead. In Florida there is a family who
spell their name Enroughtynnd pronounce
it Dai by.
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
N. A. HULBERT'S
City Music Store,
WYOMING AVj;, SCBAMTO
BTKIXWAY A SOS
DECKER nilOTKRBa urn
ftllA.mt.IH & iiAUii.
81UL.XZ He 11 A U Kit
cluoa Isnr ftock or fint-oim
MIXIXO, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at tho Wapwnllopon Mill3, Lu
zerne county Pa., aud at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for tho Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Sera nton Pa,
Third National Bank Buildin
TITOS. FOTU), llttst m, Tn.
JOHN II BM n H & BON; Plymouth. Pa.
K. W, MULLIGAN, Wilkos-Barro. Pa.
Agenta for tho K"j'.iuno Chemical Com
1 !.' Uigb Exiilouivtu.
Best in the market
OFFICE: Dingbnmton, N.Y.
FACTORY: Brandt. Pa.
Booms 1 and 2 Commonwsaltti Bid's
l-'ado at the MOO3I0 and RUiH
Lxfliin & Rnnd Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Patterl?, Fuses for explol
ing blast, Nif ty Fuse and
RepaunoChemical Co.'sHigh Explosives
Coal oC thn twst quality tor rtomcstio uaAnnd
of nil hIz'w, delivorod in any part ot tho city
at lowest prioo.
Ordorn loft at my office,
NO. 118, WYOMING ATKNUK,
Roar room, first floor, Third NathJBkl Bank,
or sent by mall or telephone to the mine, will
reoeive itrmnnt , 1 1 , , 1 1 i . , , i
bpoclal SOtl tracts wilt bo made for the aale
and uoiivory ot liuckwneat Coal
WM. T. SMITE
Brandt Clay ProductCo
MO SIC POWDER CO
KllUAIt Ilk'.AV 1,B .ulil
I 1, Spruco street, bvruuiun, 1-a. tJust op
A. J. VOWNELL, OfHco 2U1 Wnslnneton
vunuo. corner t-pruco street, over
rraucko 3 drua store. Kesldonco, Hi Vino st
ymosnonrsi nun to la u. m. unj a to uuu
p. in. tiunduv. toil o. m.
T)K. V. It ALLKN, Uttico cor. look
, wauna an J Washington aves. : over Loon
aril Blioe store; office hours, Wtolio. m. and
ilto 1 i. m . . !.. ... l-i -, .,
lilt. U L. 1' uk v. Practice limited to Dm
m UU?.J! !'J 1110 Ky. Ear. Nooo and Throat;
oinco, a W yomiug; uvo. Hesidouce, is3) Vine
I iS, 1
O.llee hoilra. H tu U a.m.. l.uutn i and
to 8 p.
lVntl.l. Mn ...
rnwfwav mimiMiii uviuun
L. WENT, xi ii im. m ..j ,i
luimmmn-eaiiu buikimct: rcsidenco 711
ullHonnve; offloe hours. lJto 12, 2 to 1, 7 to
Sundays 2.! to 4. evenings at residence. A
rcuilty made of dlFeiises of tho oye. ear, nose
' throat mid gynecology.
1 aA?,9Ky 1mw "d Collection of.
I . tlce. No. 817 biiruee t ..cit v.,-,...
Houso. 8crar.ton, fa,; collections a specialty
Tii ,i. h. in i ....... . ii 1 r
UKhuut PeimHylvatiiu; ruliablo correspond-
l in ftunrv Mmntsi
J ilU . tH. . Attornoy. m,d Couns...
v lors at Law. Cc,ii,,n,.,.i,k i...n.,,....
Washington ava V H. Jilssi'p.
Horace e. hand.
w. 11. JK8SUP, JR.
ty illaku, WAliltKN a KNAPf, Attjr-
i -i, ' , , . I,r,al iicnuiaicaa
I'Uil inn:, ashinJon live.. Scrantou, l'.u
. J, ' " ttliu 0 uorary
hulldniii Bcranton, Pa.
ltpsWEf.L n. Pattsubo
1 l ,1. MKt-lln,'.; nt Hi ...... , , .1 ,11
"H.1.1AK a. v ii.oox.
LKBKDHAJT1J. WILLIAM. I. HAND, At-
1 1 J " ia vuuil'il'llUI!!,
jmudimr. Rooms 19. ft) and SL
',' nuu tlUll'.eiHirS, VCUllUuIl W, illtU
Ml" I.1,...,,.,. Id -m . . 1 .,,
r n, ,v. u aaa . n r
20, Burr building, Wi.sliiuirton avenue.
ENHY M. 8EELY Law offices ia Prica
uiiiiuiiii;, is, wusiiinntun nvenuo.
HKANK T. oKr.IX, Attorney at Law. " Boom
li.(t Lxi-hniiKo. Srrantou, Pa.
.MILTON W. LOWUY. i Attv -vr v.k...
n v, v . " waamng.
. (J.v,,.v ii, , i,i av.. I . rl. H(i.l:in,
AMiMW. OAKK.BI), Actornuv at Law.
rooms w, si anJ-BH, Commonwealth bTir.
AJlb'KL W. EOllAK. Attoruov at Li.
OJllce. Ml 7 Spruce st.. Hcruiiton, Pa.
A WATBBS, Attormy at Law, 12J
Lackawanna aue., Sfranton, Pa.
P, liillTH, Counsellor at Law. Oltlco.
i rooms .V. oa. M Cnnili:i,7HVe'iltl. hnll.ll,,.
' ti. HTCHEK. Attorney ut Law, Com
' ""Q" Weal th bo I lqlug, S.ranton, I 'a.
. t'O-Mhd :ui snriicK stT
i ) & kKi'LOULK, Attorney-Loans no.-o-
. J?i security. 4IH Bprnoa
IJ K KILLA.M, Attoriiov-nLuw. 12uTv
t. omin;: avenue. 8.-r:i:i:on.
1 lA'vtyooiTiitEUh And MoitroAiiKs
rMi,-jii ana soKUOWlodffed by J w
BBOWNING. Attorney aud Notary Public, -Jt
OOHOOL 67 ffil LAC'KAW ANNA! Scrau-"
, a., wcp.-irBs noys auu cirls ror colloifj
or In siuoss: thoroughly trains vouna children.
Rev. TnnMAR M. canx
WALTitn H. Bcai.h
MI8M WOROESTEB'S K1NDEBOARTBN
and BcbopL 412 Adams avenue. PupiU
recoh-cl .it. ,ll ilnMu . .,
-.. . .... I LViUI W1U 01.L-I1
1 O. LAtJBACH, burtteou Uentlst, No, 115
x . , yotniiiit nvo.
i. M. h'l'UA'ff OW. ,-.fflo ca p,r
rpms REPUBLIO Savins and Loan Asso
m. elation will loan yonm uiey on ousier terms
und p::y ymi belter on iuvestmont than any
.itlmr Rssoehtkm. Call on S. N. CALLi.N
DKR. Dime Bans handing
(I '- OLABK & CO., Seclsmen, Florists
KM and Nurserymen; store 14b Washington
ayenne; greet: li.iuso.135i North Maiu avenue;
store t, li ",i.i me " - ..
T E A s .
OBAND ilQ 'IE A CO.. .lou"s Bros.
TOS. KUETTEL, 0i5 Lackawanna avenue,
ft Scrajuon. Pa., matin "r ,,t wire s.-wm.
HOTELS AND REST ADA ANT.
'IHIli WESTMINSTitU, 217-2111 Wyoming
X nvo. Booms heated with steam: all mod
crn iniprorouienta. C. M. 'fRUMAa. Prop.
rpHE ELK CAFF, la and 127 Franklin ave
L nue. Hates reasonable,
P. ZlEOLKB, proprietor.
I ; LSA'Jii.STKIt HOTEL
W. O. SCHEXCK, Manager.
Sixtoonth street, one block eact of Broadway,
at Union Bottare, New York.
American plan. ?.f6ll per dny and upward.
tOYNE HOUSE. European plan; good
room Upon day and night. Bar Buy.
piled with the best.
P. H. COYNE, rrorrletor.
OCR ANTON HOUSE, near D., L AW. pas
k? senger depot. Conducted on tho European
plan. Victor Koch. Proprietor.
1 BAND Y'ENTlt All 'The ;."u:ge,t7nuUJir
v cquippei Hotel iu AUeutowu, Pa.; ratej
f2 and 2.50 por day.
D. BAnNi.n, Proprietor.
,Vls ,t HOLPT, Arclutoets. Booms 21.
;'5 and 2i', I 'inn ounweiiltli h'l.l'u-. Sn-ant. .i
Ls WALI'KIt, Architect, Librnrybuiid-
ing. Wyoming STSnne, Scninton.
1? L. BKOWN. Areh B. Architect, Price
.F building. ISO Vv ashlngton Ave., Scrantou.
HAL-Fit's i'"l,ri!r-.TI!. MT'SlO" KOit
balls, picnics, parties, recc-ptions. wotl
dings and concert work furntshod. F'or tormi
address li. J, Bauer, couduotor. 117 Wyoming
ave.. over Hulbegt's music store.
TTOKTON D. SWAHTS-WHOLESALE
I I lumber, b and v Dime Bank building,
lyfEOABOEE BROTHERS, PrTntEmF
1V1 supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
V"arehousu, loO Washington uvo., Scrantou,
TOOTE'S LIVERY. 1688 Cnpouso avenue.
V First class ciirringcs. D. L. FOOTE, Agt
Fntiorsl Director and Emlinlmcr.
TTiRANK P. BKOWN ft CO.. WHOLE
1 salo drillers In Woodwaro, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, "20 W. Lackawaiina avenue.
I.ZBA FINN ft SONS, biiilderTnndoi7toai
Hi tors. Yards! Cornor ollvo st. and Adams
ave ; corner Ash st and Penn ave., BcrantOB,
IS THE BEST. Get prices nnd
see the furnace and be con
vinced. A full lino of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
nCKANTON AND WILKES-BARKF. PA. MANUFACTUltEKS Ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N, J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insurine
cleaulinesa and comfort.
TIME TAI1LK IN EFFECT MAY 20, 1801.
Trains leavo Scrantou for Pittston, Wilkes-
"NO, ' li . HI O h", i i, U. 111., l .ll. A.UO,
8.110, 6.0(1, 7.25, 11.05 p. in. Sundays, 8.00 a m.,
100, 2.15. 7.10 n. m.
For Ailuiitic City. 8.20 a. m.
For Now Yrlr, Newark and Elizaboth, B.20
(Xprsas) a. m 12.50 (express with Buffet
parlor carj, J ao (exprem) p. m. Sunday, 2.15
For Maith Chunk. Ai i.fxtown, Betiii.k-
PEM, LAsTOH Ulld PlIILAUELPIIIA, H.20 a. m..
WHO. j.30, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. in.
bund.-iy, 2 ,11 p. m.
lir l,l)'r. Hl,,w ,,.i ... flMH AA. .
8 -'0a. m., 12..rA)p. RL
rur neauiiic. Lebanon and llarrlstiure, via
Allontown, UO u. m., 12.50, 5.00, p.m. Buuday,
For Pottsvillo, P.'Jil a. n., !2.".n p. m.
Banning, leave New ifork, foot ot Liborty
,?hJ"'.'V-h riT6r at IU0 (oppress) a. m.,
1.1", l.., 4.ai (express with Buffet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday, 4.t)i a. m.
L,'n .? I'hundolphla, Hcadlnn Terminal, 9.01
a. m 2.00 and p. m. Sunday, (1 27 a. in.
1 hrouuh tickets to all pnints at lowest ratis
may be had on application In advance to the
ticket atront at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
J. a OLHATJ8EK. ' 1'"-Aipmt.
TAL-T. A IV I.e. .v,.. .
ML Jl ' i-"flllllEi JA.JJ 11UD
VJJr . SON KAILUOAD.
L-ommoiiciUK May 20, 1192,
trains will run as follow:
Trains leavo Briduo Street
Station, Scn.nton, for Pitts
ton, Wilkes-Barre, etc.. h.o),
:i.7, 10 42 a. m.. 12.10,
l,2.i, S.38. 4.HI. 5.15, (115, 0.15
and 11.15 p. m.
For New York and Phila
doltihiu. K (Kin m. 1'i.lu l.
2-38, s.lOand ll..'Wp. in.
For lIonesdalo(rroin Delaware, T.ackawinnt
and western depot), 7 00, 8.JU, 10 .10 a.m., 12.00
m.. 2 17, 5.10 p. m.
ror Carbonaalo and intermediate stations
5.(0, 7 00, s.;.'J, 10.10 a. m., 12.00 m.,2.17, 3.Z'.,r, lu,
8.90 and 0 88 p. in.; from Bridije Street Depot,
2.KI a. m., 2. Land 11 ''5 p. m.
Fust express to Albany, Sarutof.i, the Adi
rondack Mountains, Boston and N". w Enchiud
points. 5.40 a. in., arriving at Albany 12.45.
Suritto.ru 2.20 p. m., and leaving Scrauton at '
p. in., arriving nt Albany at i. 50 p. m,, Sara
toga, 12.66 a. tn , and B ston, 7.0D a. m
Tiie only direct route between tho eoal fiold4
and Boston. "Tho Leading Tourists' lioute
of America" to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lakes Georgo and Champialu, Montreal,
Timo tables showing local and through train
service between stations on nil division Data
wi.ro und Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson tiekot olflces,
E . YOUNu, J. W. BOBDIOK,
Sccund Vico President. Oou. Pi s-. Agt.
J'AV 18, Ihlll.
Train leaves Scrant in for Phiia.lelphia an 1
New York via. D. ft H R B. at 8 a.m., 12.10,
2.88 afd 11.55 p. m viaD.L. ft W. R. K li.OOL
t.oo.lffai a. m., and 1.80 p, m.
Leavo Scrantou tor Pittston and Wilkes
Bane via D.. L. ft W. P.. it., U.O.I, 8 0s, 11.2)
a. in , L80. libit. U.07, 8. 11 p. m.
Leave Scrauton for Whito Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsvillo and all points on the BeavM
Meadow and pottsvillo branches, via E. ft W.
V li 10 a.m., via D. ft 1L Ii. R. at 8 a.m.. 12.11,
&88, 4.1U p.in , via 1).. L, ft W. R. B., (i.e0, 8.09,
11.20 a.m., 1.80, 86U p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Fasten,
Reading, Harrii-burg aud nil intormedlata
points via D. ft H. It. R., 8 a.m ,12.10, 8.88, ILtM
p.m.,viu D., L. ft W. It. R.,H 00,8.08. ll.'.Oa. m
Leave Scranton forTunkha'inock, Towan 1 s
Elmira. Ithaca, Geneva aud nil Intortnedt ite
points via D. ft II. H.R.,!i.o7 a. in., 12.10 and 11.18
p, m., via D. U ft W. R Bi, B.08 a.mU0 P
Loave Scrantou for Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Palls, Detroit, Chicago and all point
west via D. ft II. It. H. 0.07 a.m., 12. 10,0.15,11 J
p. m , via 1). L. & W. R. R. and Pittston
Junction, 8.08 a.m., 1.30, 8.5 ) p. m., via E. ft W.
R 8., 8.41 p. m,
For Elmira and tho west via BalimanOV vU
I', ft II. K. R. 9.07 a,ui., 12 10,IU5 p. m.. via D,
L. ft W. B.B., ,8.08 a.m., 1.80 and Ii.'i7 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. cnslf
cars on all trains between L. ft B. Junction or
Wilkes Barre aud New York, Phlludeip.iU,
Buffalo and Bus pension Bridge.
ROi.LlN H. WILBUR. Oou. Supi. East Di'.
0HA8. S, LKB. O n. Past. AS't. Phila .Pi.
AW.NONNEMAOHEB.Ass't Qjn.Pass. Ag't,
South Bethlehem. Pa.
It EL AW UK, LACKAWANNA AND
X) WESTERN RAILROAD
Trains leavo Scrauton aa follows: Express
for New York and all points Hast. 1.50, 2.50,
5.15, 8.IAJ and 11.55 a. m ; 12 5, and 3.50 p, m.
Express for Enstou, Trenton, Philadelphia
aud tho South, 5.15, s.00 and U.5i a m.; 12.55
and i i p. iu.
Washington and way stations, 8,56 p. m.
Tubyhuunu aocommodation, 0 10 p. m.
Expr ss for Bingbamton. Oswego, Elmira,
Corning, Bath. Iansville, Mount Morris una
Buffalo, 12.10, 2 15 n. in. and 1 21 p, m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points lu th)
West, Northwest and Southwest.
Ba:b accommodation, V a m.
Bii ghamtoa and way stations. 1217 p. m.
Nicholson and way stati sis. 5.15 p. in.
Niohosou acoommodation, ut 4 p. m. cud
0 ii in
Binghnmton nnd Elmira Expre.-s, 0 05 p, m.
Express for CortUnd, Syracuse. OsWOgO,
Utica und Richfield Springs, 2,15 a. m. aud 1.24
Ithaca. 2.15 and Bath Va. m. and 144 p. m.
For Northnmbi rUnd,Pittoton,WUkes-BarrSi
Plyinoutli. Bloomabnrg and Danville, malting
close connections at Northumberland tor
WilllamSport, Harrliburg, Baltimore, WiJih
iugtoii and the South.
Northumberland snd Intermedluto station,,
8.00, U.50 a ni. aud 1.30 and li.07 p. m.
Nantieoko aud intoi'iuodiate stations, 8,:H
RDd 11. 20 c. m Plymouth and inWrmodlat i
stations, 3.5,1 and 0.5(1 p. in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
For detailed Information, pocnottim tali, 'i,
etc., up;.ly to M. L. Smith, city ticket olHaa,
32S Lai'kawaniSiavenue, or depot ticket office.
s, I, I T , IMV1XION.
In BflbOt Jnnunry 3Stb, ISO I.
804 tu4 31 W
B a I S M
S 9 .8 I S a
S d ,
-, - y W
(Trains Ball'-, Bx-
i 7. '13
. 7 58
. 2 OS
N. Y. Franklin St. .
West 42nd street .
7 0s i
UUUCI CK JlliiCtlOU 0 ii
Poy ii telle
8 in ..
li is ..
0 23 .,
li 45, . .
to m ..
;. i J
7 10 a ii
21 1 141
7 '.'4 !MJ 8 SI
7 2, .1 4S 13 31
I S2(IIMfl IH
7 3L OtO 3 45
7 40 I0( 2i 8 51
7 43 10(3 3 54
7 18 10 10 3 SB
7 U 10 18 4 04
7 ,-4 1017 4 (7
7 SO 10 20 4 10
5 14 II 2J
9 111 1..
8 Oil lo 21 4 11
8 02.0 81 1 417
8 0;, l i 30 4 8D
K rid '.
p si p y
Leave Arrive ma ii r a
ah iruliis run dully sxoept sii'idny.
I, -i ...Hies that trains stop oL'sli'iial for pa
AddUlonal trains h ave Carbondalo for Scran
ton 1,10 and ti.li p. Di, STrtVlDg at scrantou 1.38
Leave scrauton for WbondalS 860 and S.88
arrivin; at C&rbonaAle at 7.;ii) and 8.18 P m-
KeOUN rates via Ontario a Western hefors
pnrchaslnjt tickets and savo mouey. Bay and
4ti.... l.,,i.u.o ,n tin, 11 Au,
w.iJ. Aiiocrsuu, ucu. rass. ak
V. jfUtoroIt, Blv. Pass, Agt. bciantou, vj.
T7K1E AND WYuMNiJt VALLEY BAIL
Train I leave Scrnnton for Now York and in
termediate points on tho Erio radr.iad at (13SJ)
a. m. and 3.24 y m. Also for Houesdale.
llawley and local points at il 35, 0.45 a. m , and
All tho above aro through tritins to and
An additional train loaves Scrartin for
Lake Ariel at 8,96 p.fu. and arrives at Scran
tou from the L ike at 3 40 a in and 7.3i p.m.
Trains leave for Wllkus-Bnrro at 6.10 a. m.
and S. 11 p. m.
Gonernl Office, SCRANTON, PA