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TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUTE-SATURDAY MORNING; JUNE 2, 1894.'
Yesterday witnessed the first day ot
the lone, term contract reMntlv en
tered into between the Lebirfh Vnlley
Railroad company and Uoxo Bros., &
Co.. owners t the Delaware. Susque
hanna and Bonnylkill railroad, Tlr.s
contruct, it will be remembered, pro
vides that the latter shall have tho use
of the former's traciis from D connec
tion with the Delaware, Susquehanna
nnd Sehulkill to tidewater, for tho
pbipment of antbrurita coal. Coxa
j3ros., & Co. provide their own equip
ment and motive power and train
crews, but are BObjsol to Lehigh Val
ley general orders us to riuiuinjr. of the
Evidently a hitch t-.ns arisen in tlie
proposed plan of Reading reorgaoiia
tion, if this statement by an Olcott
omtnitteemaQ is to bo relied upon;
Thtra is no prospect of an Immediate
reorganization. W hay advanced
money to the Reading receivers and
will adranoa more ns it ia needed to
(;aro for the lbaling debt. The times
nre not favorable to raising money by
nsseBsinenta or by guarantee syndi
cates, uud for that reason reorganiza
tion plans are tint to bo delayed,
it is fair to junior stcurlty hold-t-vstodo
tbip. The Philadelphia talk
of a syndicate furnishing $20,000,000 is
rnbuish. All Interests nave talked
over the situation, and when the time
comes for a reorgantcntiom plan one
will bo announced. So far nothing
'.ins teen agreed upon ia detail. I
think the Philadelphia story of no as
sessment and a ipeedy plan was a stock
,i ibbitig story, for it certainly had no
foundation In fact, as far as a voting
trust, the StlO.OOO.OtW syndic ite and no
BBsessment w.ro oonoerned, at least."
The Lehigh nnd Wllkes-B irre Cal
rompanv has decided to reopen the old
No. 1 Honey Drook mine. Contractors
will start work with lilt) men, and will
increase tlie forco Bl the work pro
gresses. At Beaver MtUtdoWS Vuu
w.ekle bus decided to strip the vein at
Cokraine colliery. The Dclswatf) Sua
qnebanna andtJonnylklllRillroad com
psny is preparing to double tho capa
ulty ot its yards, and arrangements are
being made whereby 1 10 company will
be enabled tost ma: its oal daring the
doll lessoa Tutafi yards will, Miifluid,
have astoriice capacity of 160,000 tons.
Lare contracts areia Awarded by tho
coal operators recontly: To N. J. Cuyle
& Co., by Coxa Bros & Co-, cootraoti
lor stripping 2-"i0,l)0 cutno yiirds of sur
i.ice irom the 50foot coal v-in at lack
ey X". 1, The name company awarded
U P, King & Ca, ihe contract fur
cc ivatiog 900,000 cubic yards ot sur
fi.es overlying the vein at old Iliclt
Mountain. Tho colliery was aban
doned forty years ago. At Honey
Broo;: the Le'jigh & WilkrB'Barre
awarded to Crawford & Dagan the
contract of nnooToring the old Buil
Bun mine, Wilkea-Barre Record,
A Lebanon dispatch says: It is
probable that a share of tho Cornwall
ire banks is worth more than a share
of any other institution in the country,
ns was dununstruteil a few days ago.
Tho agreement between the Pennsyl
vania company for insurances on lives
and granting annntlea, of Philadel
phia, and H, T. Kendall, assignee of
R bert H, Coleman, and tho Lacka
wanna Iron and Sii-el company, of
rierantou. was confirmed by tho
court Theu l en slinres of the niuoty
six shares in the famous Cornwall
ore banks, which wro soi l ly Mr.
Coleman, were rnto I at flii.j.UOO a
hare; or jfl.350,0OO for the ten. Fivo
and tivf-igUtos slurbs of tho batiks
were named in anoth-r lot, and eacti
nhare w3 put at 'A) 000, making
:;?j!),!17d for them. Tlie two Colebrook
luruaces, including dwellings nnd
ninety six acres of land, and personal
property, was designated 300,000 Two
Cornwall anthracite furnaces, tono
menta nd 450 acres of land, $100,000;
aljo 8,000 snares. of the Cornwall and
Lebanon Railroad company, nt ftJl 7.)
per share, 819,28S SO, making tho total
purchase money $3,060,876. The real
"state is subject to mortirntea as fol
lows: One for $1,000,000, one for
STiOO.OOO, on for $160,000, one for $62,
600; total, $8,818,600.
Deedl of conveyance nro to be pre
pared for execution within thirty days.
The Lackawana Iron company assumes
all mortgagee and pays the principal
and interest. Tho iijrroen.nnt is signed
by H. N. Paul, president of thn com
pany; Henry T. Kendal, assigneo of
K. H. Coleman, nnd Walter Scranton,
president of Lackawanna iron and
Steel company, Judge Meily has con
firmed. tho salt.
Charles Law. of Pitlstnn, writes to
th Nuw York Tribune that the co.il
famine in the osst could in some ruean
ure ba mitigated by t!ie ltrge consu
mera mixing two tons of anthracite
coal with one ton of bltuminoot coal,
and burning the mixed fncl, and it will
need no change in the grates. In fact,
the mixture up to 75 p-r cent, of bit
nmiuous will give much better results
than either burned separately. This
lias been demonstrated by experiment,
uud it has the further advantage ot
having no smoke, as the hydrogen in
the anthracite consumes the extra car
bon that in bituminous passes off in
the form of smoke. Any fi;iosizof
anthracita will do, from fino back
wheat up to chestnut sizes.
The feature to railway earnings re
ported the present weok is the Hurling
ton statement for Apt il, and the feat
ure to the latter is an extraordinary re
duction in expensep, $010. 708 The de
crease in gross was 1484,758, tho in
oreuBO in net ijdlo.OoO As charges for
tho month docreas.id !&!2.8S0 there was
an increase, according t thj official
bowing, of $188,887 in tho dividend
Minor Industrial Notes:
It costs the Jersey Central 1)7 cents to
paint cacti ot its box cars.
The railroads of the I'nitod States give
employment, to oyv'ou men.
TheTresckow coal wastmry will ro3umo
operations on Monday next.
The Delaware and Hudson has declared
the regular quarterly dividend of per
cent., pnynuio oune is
William M. Thomas, inside foroman of
the Stanton colliery, Wilkuj-JJurre, will go
10 nniesior mree ... ..
Tho New York, Ontario and Western re
ports for ten months net of fS8U,7ii!l and
surplus, after chnrges, 1800,133,
Five pumps at Upper Lehigh aro still
CovereU witn water. WorK at tUo col
liories, however, lias hen resumed.
Coal business on the Erie is uncommonly
brisk just now. On Monday over TOO cars
of black ularuonaB passed turougn HUsriue
hanna. The record of train accidents in the
United States for Aprd sIhmvs that there
were 104. of. which :t" were colli i ins, B
derailments nnd 6 other nccidentu, in
which 28 persons were killed and SS iu
jured. A now stripping was hegiin last Tuesday
at the Saudy Kun cros3ing, .lliguiuua,
In lower LnSerne. It will fMlow the road
for nearly BOO ynrdj nnd there will ho
work for a large narfijBer of mou during
Heading ofilcials announco that a tem
porary bridge across the Susquehanna, at
Muncy, to replace the one partially de
stroyed by tho Hood, will havo iioeu com
pleted today. It will cost tho company at
leest 8100,(100 to repair the old bridge.
According to current rumor a big syndi
cate rf Ootlmm capitalist, inellaling V.
O. Whitney, D. . Mills, H.Q. tJcCalmont,
Whiteiaw field nnd the Ravemeyers, are
likely to make a hid for th.. Beading coal
properties, uuilc-r tne name et tne na
tional Coal conipauy. Isaac L. Uice is said
to be in tho deal.
Tho following directors of the Vulcan
iron works were elected by the stockhold
ers Wednesday: N. Hotter, M. W. Morris
1!. 1). Hillmnn, A. '. Davis, Charles Jlor-
gon, K. II. Jones, I A. Stnnrns, Thomas
U. Atberton. Charles P. Huut, Hichard
Bbarpe, Daniel Edwards, The directors
then elected E- H. Jones president nod
general mannger, H. B. Hillmau secretary
and Fred (i. Smith treasurer.
J. A. Barrett, formerly general superin
tendent of tin1 Krio system, cast of Sala
mancoi and wia has seared the Brie com
pany ns superintendent of the eastern di
vision and superintendent of transporta
tion, bos resigned the general snperinten
deney of the liull'alo, BoOhBater and l'itt--burg
read to accept an important posi
tion upon an Ohio road. Mr. Barrett
commenced his railroading career thirty
three years ago ns a telegraph operator.
"The Face of Riscnfol" is oid o f the
most iuterestinu' and artistic narral ive
of crime, mystery, occult mental
poweis, love, iutrigue and ndvetitnre
that wo have ovt r read. TH8 TutBl NB
will print it it) serial chapters, begin
ning uext Monday morning.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Tioudi
New York hino l, The rniiwny and
miscellaneous .-.hares tdny was a waitmir
one. In the early trading tho tendency of
prices was downward. Sucar, Lmii-iVllle
and Nashville and GKmeral Electno lost
to l i.i, but the seneral list receded lesi
than K per cent. This was succeeded by
a period of dullness, but In the last hour
Sugar moved up gradually to 10jjj against
8B3t early in the day. Chicago Qas rose to
"DiJ nfter sellini; down to 7?;, mid left
at 74'i. The BrmnesB of Bogar and (ias
had a good i iTeet on tho railway list In
tho late trading, lho lluctuat-.ons nt til
board just now nre hardly worth serious
consideration, a tho ciinnrea ar- simply
the result of the operations of half a dozen
or so room tinders. Hi" market hdt oil
tolerably firm. Snlei were 110,185 aban
The follou-inc eompioro table sn.-iwrnu the
day a fluctuationa in active Btooaa is supplied
and revised daily by La Bar & Fuller, stock
hiulers, 131 Wyonuttg at eaao:
Upon- Ilhtu- Low
InSt. et. oet.
Am. Cot. Oil..
Am Supir. ...
( Vn. X. J
. SBM MM MM
,100 I01M WW,
C'ale A N.
a. o.o. nt. L....
I'ol., Ilock.Val. & T. I
1). Cj II
u.. I,, t ;
il. 0. F
. K. Co
Y. Ceil t:nl
N Y 0. A W
Y.. S. A W
O, B. C. Co
Jerth Pae. tit'
Ro k Inland
T., C. A I
ex-is .K- Fac
W. A L. E. pf
Chicago Grain and Provlslnut.
f-'t nANTON, Juno 1. The following qnota
dnsare SUOOllsd and -..rretil daily hy I.i-
t; a A (taller, etook broaers,liil Wyomlan avt-
WOBAT. nly. Pent. Dec
Opening BASf tei mh
Highest , U 67H tOU,
Lowest MSjj tM f.'.Mj
Ciouiiid 55)2 ias ru-4
npeninir :s R8M
Highest B8J IBU
I.OWCHt ". UMfifi ,,,,
Closlcg tTKt is-"ii
Opentai ."!lrj KU
HiRbeot Mi 27
Loweet BIU (SU
Olostna Biaj 'a
Openma 1185 1 1;7
Highest Ii." lh'7
Loweit 11M) JM
CloHlitg 1183 I1M
Opening i:;o 675
Highest 678 isi - ....
Lowest 07U 575 ....
Closing CTi 00 ....
OnonlDg OS (,17
Highest 515 017
Lowest BDS 618
Cosing til J cl ....
Scranton Wholaal Mark-t.
Scramos, June 1. FRUIT ano Pm
duck Drlea niiles per ponnd,6a7o.i ovap
oratod apples, I lalsc. per pound) Turkish
prunes, Saa-c; English Curranti, " .i'JJc;
layer raisins, $1.75ar.80: muaoatolB, fi.oon
1.40 per box; new Valehclae, 7o7Jjc. per
Heans Marrow-fats. t.6CA?.79 per
bushel; mediums, tl.75al.00,
t'KArt wreeti, 1, 15al.SU per bnshslpipUi,
IS.nUa2.6U: lentela,." tot, per ponud.
1'otatoks 7 1 tu Sic. per bushrtl.
OKiostBr-Berinudas, r rates, js.i.ins.ss.
UuTTKii 16& to is;-e. per lb.
Chkksk lOalSc. Derib.
Eoos Fresh. ISWa Ite
POULTBY Ohicitena, dressed, 12 to 13c:
turkeys, 18 to 13c.
MSATs Eams, lie; small hams, lllc.;
skinned ham."., lO". ; California bams,
SMC: shnulderM.S'c. ;hellies, he.; smoUed
breakfast Imeoti, lie.
bUOKXTJ itEKK-Outsides, llJt'c; sots,
18We.j Insfdsaahd Knncklea, UJo.
i'tuilt Mens at I15i short cut, $10.
Fiiltl iLeaf In t:eres nt be.; Ill tnbn,
(Kc; in lu-pound pails, '.)c: in 5-pound
paila, 11;, c; B-pound jiail. lUs. per
I.i:ki' Choice supar cured, smoked beef,
l''j.otm Minnesota patent, per barrel.
I4.sua4.i0; Ohio and Indiana ambtir, at
I8,50 Uraham at t6U; rye Hour, at
BUUaWHSUT TLOUlt J2.7Uper cwt.
Fkk;i .Mixed, per cwt., nt 15c.
Giiain Itye, (e.j corn, 47to-li
45a.')')e. per bushel
Bra Brruw-Per ton $'3ai5.
Hay $16 to ti7.
New York Produce Mnrkat.
New Yoiik. Juno 1. Flouii Dull,
WHEAT Dullj lower with optlonn clos
ing stronc. No. 2 rod. store avid
eievntor, Mo.! afloat, MfcaMKc.; f. o. b,,
ri7a67,1c. : nugraded red, Mnfaie. : No. 1
northern, 655(a65c.; options closed llrm at
Jjii3ie. under yesterday) No. s, red, June,
5c.:Jnly, !7:.; Ansnsf. t'i Nep
tember, !'J')ie. October ciijjc. ; December,
Cork Dull, easier, steady: No. 2. 4S.:,-(;c.
elevator, 42a4Sc.; afloat; options dull imd
utr.dy at ni:. decline: June, SjSe, : .Inly,
tSWo.) August, iBSjC.1 September, 44Mo,
OATH--D11II, Urnier: optlfiPB iulet,;li mor;
June, 40c; No. 2 ISWa No. a white,
44c; No. 2 Chicofro, 430.; No. 8, 410.;
No.:i white, 43e. ; mixed western, 4Sa4:o c. ;
white do . 43n57c ; White state, 43al7c
Hekk Hams Dull.
TlltllCKI) IlKKK (JUiot.
Cut UXATB Dull) middles, nominal.
LAnn-yuiet, wek; wtntern stc;ro,
$7.10; city. Bla; June, 57.0.1: July, 7.('f.;
reflru-d, tpilet; continent, 57.5'); South
America, 7.80; compound, 54a0c
mmi m mi
Which is tho Condition People Should and
BUT ALAS! MANY ARE NOT
If You Are Not as You Could Wil
Will Pay You Well to Read
the Valuable Truths That
If yon nre pottiiiR thin yon aro sick,
though you may not. know it.
if you mo losing weight steadily, there
is something wrong about jou that needs
look! n t; to.
If you have always b?on thin, it. dcesn't
follow tlint you nro sick, but that yen
might be healthier.
Von might bo fnt.and plump, and strong
You cannot he strong if you're thin.
Thinness isn't necessarily a tign of sick
ness (uu!cas yen commence to get lliiu and
keep getting thinner,) but it's a sign that
you are in tinngor of being sick. It's a
sign that If you do get sick it may be hard
for yon to get well; that the leaat chill may
cause a cold, the least cold become! some
thing worse. A sign that out of a small
ailment may come gout, rheumatism, din
hetes, consumption; rickets or scrofula,
and many other sad diseases, which might
have been prevented by healthy fatness.
Try then, to ho healthy and fat. It's not
diflicult. If yon kuow how, tho trying is
both easy nnd pleasant.
In a few words, getting fat consists in
eating pioper food, food that contains the
proper nourishment, food that digests
Till a few years ago, doctors, ns well as
ordinary people, had a great, many funny
notions about the stomach, about how
food was digested, nnd about what be
came of it after it Was digested.
No one knew any better, no ono had
studied right. Not until pome eminent
men gave the subject their special atten
tion, did WB get any real knowledge.
Most peoplt land many doctors) s till think
that everything yon take Into j our mouth
is digested in your s:omach. This is
The only food that is directly digested
in tho stomach are tho nlbomens,and these
while important, nre, if anything, the
least important of the foods we digest.
To understand how to get fat, you must
try to remember tho following explana
tions: 1. The Starches;
2. The fsts;
8. Tho Albumens;
4. The Salts.
The salts undergo no digestion at all so
wo will not speak of tlu-in further.
The starches ami fat of the body are
sometimes called fuel foods, because they
mpply our energy, our motive power. X,e
burn them up in our daily life as the en
gine burns coal. Oar fat is our re.-erve
fuel. The starches, well digested, make us
The albumens nro used in our body for
tho repair of worn out ti sne, of which a
small portion goes to waste every day.
The starches, then, form the fuel for
our engine, the albumens repair the wear
of the machinery. With a good engine we
need mere luel than repair material.
So unless you do haru labor, you need
little albumen but always plenty of stare 1.
Thin people often have better appetites
than rat people, may even eat mure; bu:
still they don'tget fat. What is tho ruu-
'J ho reason is generally bad digestion,
ludigeation has of late years boon proved
to be the cause ol a great proportion of all
Indigestion can bo cured without drug
hy eating proper food properly. OUriilg
indigestion means getting normal tat,
You probably know what foods contain
starch. If you want to get fat, these are
thn food 10 eat.
Il you want to know which of these to
eat. consult your palate. Do you like .t I
Does it agree with you I
If no;, don't ent it.
Tho old idea was', that to got fp.t yon
must eat fat Fat meats, f::t oils, cod liver
oil. This is wrong.
starchy foods are generally more easily
digested than oily foods hence me better
for people who wish to get fat. If people
aro to fat they ahould not ent starchy
foods. All doctors admit this.
Paakola is a staroby lood. its us will
enable you to get fat, w hen nil tho starch
and hit f.ituls ypu eat do not help you. The
reason lor this is that it is already digested
before you lake it.
Paakola saves ri nr digestive organs from
having to work. hen it reaches the in
testines it is absorbed nt once.
Wo snid that gelt ing fat contest- d in Bat
ing proper food, food that wouid digest
Paakola is thnt food.
Por a thin parson, tho certninty of net
ting fat depends almost entirely upon Pas
kola. Most people eat enough in their dally
meals to become fat, but the fattening food
is not digested. It merely pastes through
tho system. Thin people nan see why it is
they need a food that is already digested.
The old doctors told their patients, if
they suffered Irom dyspepsia, that drugs
wauld cure them, that drugs would huip
them to get fat.
Even now many of them reccommend
pepsin nnd cod liver oil
Pepsin nou't digest starches or fats. It
only digests ulbumuu (lean meat, white of
eggs, cheese, etc.)
Albumens are not fattening. If tliev
don't agree' with you, don't eat to much of
then. Then you won't need pepsin.
Modern science has discovered that
starchy lood is tho food for thin people.
Paakola is 1 he outcome of the most modern
discoveries of modern science. It is the
best starch food. It In composed of the
flneel Hours, artificially digested.
Paakola Is pleasant to the tnsto. No
cooking or other preparation is necesaarj
It contains no drugs 01 medicine. It has
simply been digested by being treated with
the substances which, m a healty man, aie
UBOO oy niunro to ingest starch-roods.
Paakola is nothing but natural food.
Consumption is wasting away nnd losing
flesh. It is but one of the many diseases
we suffer from.
llnd digestion enn be. cured, tho con
BumptlVB can gain flesh and strength, aed
this will help the (le ctor euro the disease.
The wny to do it ia for the consumptive
to take I'nskola. Paakola will make any
one fat; even a consumptive.
Fatness, happiness nnd health, They nil
go together. How seldom do wo seo a fat
Unhappy person I
On the other hnnd the unhappy thin peo
ple; the dyspeptic, the consumptive, the
uervons invalid. Why can they not be all
fat ? They would look so different. They
would feel so different.
They could bo fat if they tried. Thoy
could even bo well If they tried.
The way to get well would be to got, fat:
the way to get tat would bo to take I'as
koln. Paakola is for sale by all reputable drue
gists. A pamphlet giving full particulars re
apectjng Paskola Will be snt on apnlioa-
tlon to tbePre-DigClted Food Co., SO Kendo
St.. New York City.
Boron Mi derntely active, steady; state
dairy, DinlOe.; do. creamery, I4at7u.i
PannsrlTaoia do., I4al,7r.t western dairy,
Ualgct do. creamery, 13a I'c: do. faotory,
Salle.) elgins, 17c.; Imitation creamery,
QDBS)SBV-VaiV demnnd, steady.
runs Fair demand, fancy steady: state
and Psnnsytvanla, I9al8c; 'wosterii fioth,
FblladelphU Uullow Uarkat.
FRrXADItrUA, Jnnn 1. Talluw was
dull nt former rates. Prices were: Primo
city in hogsheads. :: prime country,
in barrels, 4c. ; do. dark lu barrels,
4c; cukes 5c., grease, 4c.
BICYCLE RAGES Spring
2,000 in Diamonds as Prizes.
Special Prizes for inilo niatle in
2.10, 2.12 or 2. 15.
Biding by the
Fniipy nnd Trick
only DAN I
Bxotiision rotes on all roads
Best in tho market
OFFICE: Einshamton. N.Y.
FACTORS:: Brandt, P
Another Advocate of
Tins. RBKWOOD A WABDRtlai
f;l NTI.K.MDN-II ftffonll prral
ploMlirfl lo lit iitc tliut jur new prooAM
of extrftellng trcth h uh it gruntl iqomm ic
my OMM iiiut I heartily reoonitltBod It tc
all. I ilnoerolj hope thnt others wJll
test Its merits.
GAPTs 8. Kb HRVANT, Scranton, Pa
HenYcod li Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
Till en nnd aftor Mav 21 make a ermt roduo
tloa in tlie pneoa of plates. All work 'iiar
autcoi Bratclaaa in ovory Dartlcalar.
fn!or the beat quality f r domsatlfl nSBkBUd
of all slBas, il. i.v.t 1 u auy part of iba city
OrdBM loft at rny frl,-e,
.. 118, WYOHINn ATEKOR,
Bear room, first floor, Thlr J National Unnk,
r.i seal by mall or telobUonato the minu, will
rceelvo prompt attention.
Hpadal Bontraets will ba mr.dolor the sal)
nuil deliver; 01 Backtbeat Ooal
WM. T. SMITH.
MOOSIC POWDER CO,
MINING and BLASTING
Uadaattha UOOSIC and BUSH
Lnfflin & Kand l'ovrdor Co.'
ORANGE GUN P0WDE2
Elertrlc Ratterier, Fusoi for explor
ing blat., Safety 1 'use atiJ
RcpaunoChemical Co.'sHifr'n Explosive!
DKUKR BH0R ('(.. lr :,p.( 0!i:tsl. 81.(100,0011.
HEST sai.no shoi: If) VHR WORM),
"A diUar SBSSd l a dcllcr ettrnrd." ..
Thin Ladies' Soi i.i Freneh Dnacola Kid nut
ton (lo'.lvrr.'d tr?n nnvwl'ro In .ho 1J.S., ua
receipt ff wh, Money Or rlcr,
or lstal Nolo for Bl..u.
Kaasls svsry the hoots
111 all retail .lore, for
2.:0. Wo nirko this boot
ourol?r.!t, IbSfSfOrO wo tju.'tf
miu tbajlf, ttyU and irmv,
tml If leiy one Is DOt iMIaflsd
T'o will refund ihn money
r 1000 aootaor pair, opera
IthS (', 1 I!, k RM.
BBS 1 to f? und luitf
. IM will Jit tOH,
V '.'.T"" Cta.
Dexter Shoe Co.,
IIP STOW, tLkSB,
i i 'Mih v. itc,, lonty nrvd bj !Naio. tin. ttrvni
lilniiao KotiU'ilv. With nrlUMgnarhMfviurcro. Sold by
U.rriHKWH DUOS.! DratViallt, Km.utou.l'n.
Brandt Clay ProductCOi
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, ae what
will recommend them to our
If ant) factrj ran of tbo Celebrate!
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
r : 1
5 1 j
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
!UKT & COUKSLL CO.
WIXINO, EI.ASTINO AND BrOKTINO
Staantactarad at the WainraUoDan Milij, Lu
struo rouiity V: nnd at Wil
it : ,;t , Dt'luwaro.
HENRY BE LIN, Jr
Oononil At-ent for tho Wycmini: District,
118 Wyoming Ave.. Scranton Pa
1 bird National P.inl: builuiu
TITOS. FOKD. Plttstotl. Ta.
John B SMITHS SON; Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULUOAK, wilkeserre, Pa.
Aconts for tbo nepaano Ohamloal Com
lmny's llit'li BaploslTaa
AMD THt: TBRA'
To thesn branches 1 devote especial nttcn
Uon every afternoon.
Offloeand forgnattho BLTJUE OARRIAQB
WORKS. 1U DIX COURT, bOK ANT ON.PA
Grniiu:it uf Itio
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden S. end Adams Ava
CoLiir House : .,'i'Aua.
All kinds of Laundry work cmiranto"
'I Ll 'T3 ,. rni..f,'ullyciirM
I e1y, under minrnly, bkcl hy SWfS0d CaM,
r il,v. proihn.! 109.PM t'ok. illujlittM (ru.ti
ll''9fh.mp..tilrai!re.l,frc.'l.yroDU Whrp ll.itSnrinp
uJ ailail SBli o.o S.'I.'.o'ic llcimedv Ml .
raMmlrssit. conk iiKurai hi.. aka. m.g
Ladlos Who VaJuo
j A refined cnmplerionmuBt use Pozz-oni's Pow-j
J dor. It producer; a soft and beautiful sltln.
FUTBIVIAMB AM. BOKQKOMBL
1 )"v.u- KUOAK DliA.N has removed to 016
" S'lrtlco htriS't. Si r.-inton I n Clnet nn
(-ONNBIiL-Offloa ail Waahingtoa
. -j . street, (ivui
1 rai c ... H drug store. Kusidouco. 52 Vino su
. S 4 ?'Sr1 'Ca' to 12 a. in. and 2 to 4 uud
! ' P- m. Sunday, 2 to a p. m.
DH. W. E. Al.LKN. Oflico cor. Lack
wanna imrt Waahtnoton lives.: over Loon
aru ehoo store; ottico hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and
In ? P' ! uvouiana at ISSSVIeiMa &12N.
C. D. KHEY. PluttM Mmtri t., rSm.
saasa of tilt) Ev. B lir M in, .ml Th.,ii.-
olllco, li Wyumiug uvu. Houidunco, ii VI119
a.m., l.uuto li i
vi n n.in. Koi'Kloni'o
f'll Mddtson i. mm
IOI1N U WKNl'Z, M. U., Oltl.-oH end !
'I ommonwealUi bafldiasn n-aidonco Tit
Madison avo; otUoo Uours, 10 to 12, 2 to 1, 7 to
t; rinndaye 2.80 to 4. ovoulnga at residouca A
Specialty mndo ol dveaaes of tho oyo, tar, noaj
nnd thront and Kynoooiogy,
I.A V, Yr.KS.
I M. C. HANCKX Law and Collection of
I . tlco, No. 1)17 Bnruco pL, opposite Forest
Houfo. Beranton, pa,; collections a specialty
throughout PoniiKylvania; rollahle corrospouu
I'litn in ovi ry county.
IhtiSbi'Ses HAND, AttornoyH and Counsel
il. lorn at Law, Commonu faith liultdiu
Vtaehlnatoa avu. W, B. JlSBUP,
IIonAcn B. IlANn,
. W. H. JKS.UJP. Jh.
W1LI.AKD WARREN Aj KNAPP, Attor
iicynmd CouiiHi lorH at Law. Republican
hiiilciinc, Wnshinvton avo.. Scranton, Pa.
pAXTERtfOM & WHjUOXi AUornoya and
J- (;onnsc-UorH at Law: olhoca U and b Lihrsrl
LuildiDif. Burontoii, P
A LI'TtHDHANU. WILLIAM. I. HAND, At
fy torneyB and CounBollois, Commonvoaltb
nildif!.:. liomuj 19, and ::1.
f 9. BOYLE, Attorney-at-Law,No,10 and
' v .to, Burr building, Washington avenue
HENRY M. HKELY Law olDcoa lu Price
building;, UN Washington avonna
IRANX T. tiKt-LL, Attoruoy nt W. Room
" C"al 1 fhnnifn. Scranton. Pa.
W, LOWRY, i Atfyx, (HI Waahtn
' " YON 8TOBCH.
t"ii t. ., C. II. R.'Hiaio
IAMBS W, OAKPORD, Attoraoy at Law.
I rwnnafa, 04 nnd 65, Commonwealth 1'1 ;:.
'ATilUilL W. EDiiAlt, Attorney ar. Laiv.
u Office, :ii7 Bpraoesfc, Beranton, in.
A. WATBE8, Attorney at Luw,
. Lackawanna nun.. Scranton. Pa.
P. BllITH, CosnsetlOr at Law. Qffloe,
rooms M. M, U Commonwealth hnildiiiir.
i ' R- P1TOHKR, Attoruoy at Law,
' . nionwoalth biillalni;, Hjranton, l'a.
I COMEOYB, 821 Bpruoest,
Y BBPLoULB, Attorney Loans nego-
-ii?:l??n "''' estate sei urlty.Kls Spruce.
! KILLA.M, Attorm-v-aVtov,""lju"W"
.' aminBavenne. Scranton.
AVK YOUR DEEDS AND MORTUAUKS
written nn,l ... ., ... i . . ,.i 1.- ,.-
ROWNINO, Attorney and Notary 'Public,
'iiiiii'iii wealth Bmldim:.
I I'.Ol'l.OF THE LACKAWANNA. Serin'
o ton. Pa., prepares boys and ciris for collude
r DUBlnese: thoroughly trains vuunK children,
.'atalogua at raqoasL
Rr.v. TnoMAs U. Cans,
Waltku H. !tt!Ei.r
ijl.ss WOr.CKSTElf.i K1NDKRUARTK.N
'3 and .School. 412 A damn, avenue. Pupili
. ceived at all tlmos. Noit term will open
I 1 C. LAUliACH, Uuikoou Uentist, No. 115
v t . wyomlnfl ave.
v yomlna ave.
pHE RLPL'I'.MC Savings and Loan Asso'
ciatfon will loan you money on easier terms
md pay von hotter on Investment than any
tiier association. Call on s. N, CALLLN-
ilER. Dime Bank bulldins
(' R- CLARK ft CO., Seedarecn. rioriita
v ' and Nurserymen! Ftoro U8 Washington
ivonuet creon bouse. 1353 North Main avenue;
re telephone 7S2.
!AND UNION TEA CO,, .tones Bus
ros. KUETTEL, 5i9 Laekawanna avenue,
' '''lai.ton. l'a.. niaiinl'r of Wire Screens
HOTELS AMI RESTAURANTS.
WESTMINSTER, 217 219 Wyom.na
Rooms heated with steam; all mod'
'rn Improvements. 0 H. Tbumah, Prop,
rpHE ELK CAFE, 129 and 127 Franklin avo
1 nue. Kates reasonable.
P Kirnr.rn. Prorirletor.
IT ES'l'aUA b'i'ER HOTEL
w. o. schf.nck, Manager.
Sixteenth etrcet, ono block east of Broadway.
at union Square, New York.
American p un, J.l. eper day and upward.
C'OYNE hOUSE. European plan: good
' rooms. Open day .ind insht. Bar uuj
plied witn the best.
P. H. COYN B. Proprietor.
OCRANTON HOUSE, mar D L & W. pas-
senger depot Conducted on too European
I'lan. VlfiTOB KOCH. Proprietor
i BAND CENTRAL. :j he i:irt an.i b -:
' 3 nquippeii hotel in A . ..: ,vu, Pa.; raiei
:;2 and S2.00 per day.
VICTOR P. BARHBR, Proprietor.
D.YlS "Ht )i;pr. A ii'liitectZ-Roonis" 2).
25 and 20 Commonwealth h'ld'c. Sr-ranton
WAL'il'.lt, Arrlnt-i't. l.ilMary I.m7i
Ing, Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
Ai.h H. Architect, Price
v, eehington Ave., Boranton.
I lAL'KR'S OHCIIMsTRA - 61CS10 FOR
.1) tails, picnics, pnrtieT, roeeption, v.-e,;.
llingB and concert work furnished. For ternn
duress li. J. Baner, eosductor, 117 Wyoming
am, over HulberfS music store.
TJl'ilTON V. 8 WARTS - WHOLESALB
I I lumber, Price building Beranton, Pa.
plica, envelopes, papor
BOOTH'S LIVERY. 1538 Capo Use avenue
I ITi..... J... ....... riMM C. I I, OOTl' ....
Funeral Director and itmbnlnvT.
I7IRANK P. BROWN ,t CO., WHOLE
r sale dralera In Woodwaro, Cordage aad
Oii Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna nvenue.
PZRA FINN "abun sT builders and eontrac
1 j tors. Yards: Corner Olive st nnd Ad om
ave; corner Ash r.t. nnd Penti are.. Scranton
is the BIST. Got prices and
sf-o the ftirunco and bo con
vinced. A lull line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Griizb Door
C0NLAITS HARD Y7 ARE
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
SCRANTON AND WII.KES-BARP.E. PA.. MANUFACTURERS
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
I HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insuring
clounlinesb and comfort.
timk tabu m ei mm may jo, ism.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittfton, WUkeS
Barrn, ote , at H in. 9.15, U.:i0 a. m I2.fi 2.00,
8.:io, LOU 7.2 ILOS p. m. Bundaya O U) a. m.,
I.U.', , I'l, I .lU . III.
For Ailantic City. 8.20 a. rn.
For Not York, Newark and Elizahoth. fl.29
(express) a. m., 12.50 (express with Buffet
parlor car), 0.30 (cxprotaj p. m. Sunday, 2.15
Fun i.iAi i n Chi nk. Alliistowx, Pltiiit..
ni M, BABTOaand PBrLADELPRIA, K.20 a. in..
UUO, U,3i), 5.o0 (exocpt 1-Uiladolphia) p. in.
Sunday, a. 19 p. m.
For Long lliiANi n, Ocean Oiiovi:, otc. at
(C.Oa. in., 12.110 m.
Fur Reading, Lebanon and llnrrisburu, via
Allcntown, f.20 a. m., 12..'.0, 5.00, p.m. Sunday,
LIS p. in.
For PottevOle, S.'.'O a. m 12,59 p. m.
Koturnlnsf. leave Now York, foot of Liberty
Street, North river, at It 10 (express) a. m.,
l.ln, 1.00, L80 (express with Buffet parlor ear)
p. m. Sunday. L80 a. m.
Leave Phflauolnhut, Readiag Tormlnnl. 9.00
a. m., 2.00 snd I.8U p m. Sunday, (i.27 n. in.
Through steketatoau peinisat lowest ratei
may bo had on application In advance to the
tickot a;oiit at the etatkn.
11. P, BALDWIN,
. Ucn. Pan. AKtnt.
J. n. OLHAfSEN.
LUiL.kWAltli Aiitl nU.
CoimnenciUK May 29, ls',12,
trains will run ns fouowsi
Trains leave Bridge Street
Station. Scranton, for Pitts
l',n '. 11 i n
59.07, B.8T, 10 42 a. m., 12.10.
... i. u.ij, y.u
and 11. SB p. m.
For New York and Plilla
dalnUa. BOO a. dl 12.10. 1.25.
MB, 410 and 11.80 p. m.
For Bonoadale (from Delaware, Laekawaona
nnd western dupot), 7.00, S.o0, 10.10 a.m., 12 9!)
m . , 2. 17, 5 10 p. in.
For Carboaaale and intermedlata stations,
5.40, 7.00. s.:su. 10.19 a. m.. I2.no m ,2.17, 8.16,0 III
11.20 and 9 Oft p ra.i irom Bridge street u.-jiot,
Ltfl n. in., 2.17nnil 11 BS ;. m.
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga, tho Adb
mndaek .Mountains, Boston and New England
pouit'i, 5.40 a. m.. arriving at Albany 12, 45.
earatoga 2.20 p, in., and leaving Beranton at J
p. in., arrivint; at Albany at LtU p. in., Snr.v
tii-a, 12 .60 a. in , and BeOon, 7.(M il m.
Tho only direct route between the coalfields
and Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Route
of America'' to the Adirondack .Mountain re
torts, Lakea George and Champlain, Montreal,
Tlmo tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Dcia-
Wore and Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Il'uds n tkk.-t i:l- !.
II. U, YoUNO, J, V. BUHD1CK,
r'l- i-' .V - -J1 r::rRiT--..,i .
MAV 18, IBM,
Train leaves Beranton for Philadelphia and
New York viiu U. & 11. It U, at S a.m.. 12.10,
LB8andll.aSp.ro viaD.L & W. P.. u, ooi),
LOB, 11.20 a. in., and 1.00 r. in.
Leave Si i'antoa for I'ittston and Wilkss
Barro via D., L ft W. B. B., 0.0, 8 0S, 11.21
a. m , 1.8L .'toil, 0.97. 0 p. in. gj
Leave Scranton for Whit i Haven, Hail itob.
PCttsviUo and all points on too Beaver
Meadow and Pottsvillo branches, via E A V.
V., 0.40a.m., va D. ftH. It. li. at s a.m.. 1J.1),
LBS, 1.10 p.m., via DM L. & W. II. P... mw,
11.20 a.m.. 1.80, L90p.m,
Leave Scranton for Betblnhom, Faslin,
Heading, Rarrisburg nnd all Intermedhtl
points via D. ft II. R."R a.m .1X10. L38, 11.93
p.m., via D., L. ft W. li. R.,0.00,8.08, ll.uOa. m.,
Lea vo scranton forTunkhnuock, Towan U
Elmira, Ithaoa, (lenova aad all Intermodliti
points via D. & li. R.B..B.0T a.m., 12.10 aad 1L8B
p. in., via D. L. A W. li 1!.. LOi a.mlJ0 i m.
Leave Beranton for Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Palls, Detroit, Chicago and all polati
wes-.vial). A- il. li. It. 9.07 ;:.in..l126.96.36.199M1.85
p. m, via D. LA W. R. R. and Pitt ton
Junction, s (W a.m., 1-J0, 8 i . p. m.. via E. i; W.
R ii. 3.41 v. m.
Por Elraira and tin west v.a salimtnoi. vl
l). tc It. it R. 9.o; a.m., 12 IO.tf.BS p. m . v.a u.,
L. .tt W. R. It., ,8.0S a.m., l.:l and 0, 17 p. m.
Pullman parlor .'.ud sleeping or L. v". caair
c.ir.i on all trains between I ft B. Junction or
Witkes-Barro aad New York, Pbilad ip.ili,
Buffalo and Buspeusion Bridge
lloi.LI" U. WiLBUR, Gon. Sunt. East Dlv.
C!1A S, B. O.'ll. Pas, A r't, Pnila .Pi.
AW.No. REMACilEB.Aaa't Q.u.Pass, Ag't,
So.itii .lethb'h -m. Pa.
Trains leave S'-r. mt, n .is follows: Egpross
for New York and ab points Kast, 1.40. 2.30,
6.1. , Kin and ll.ii.ia. m. 12 51 and 8.59 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. PlidadeipVn
nn I Hie South, j.l. c.UJ and 2,5) a. m.; 12 jj
and 8.50 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 8.55 p. in.
Tobybanna acoommodatlon, B.10 p. m.
Expr ss for BuiRhamton. Oswego, Blmlrs,
Cerium,', Bath. Dansville, Blount Morris and
Itiilfalo. 12.10. 2 IT, a. m. and 121 p. m.. making
close connections at Buffalo to all points In th j
West Nurtliwe.it and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, h a. m.
Blugllamton and way btntions, Yl.V p. in.
.n union accummouatioa, at 4 IU. and
0 10 p, in
Bingbamtou and Elmira Exprei s, 105 p. m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego.
Utioaand Richfl 11 Springs, Lli a. in. nnd 1.24
Ithaca. 2.16 and Bath 9a. m. n-id 1.21 p. m.
Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Willlamsport, Harrlsburg, Baltimore, Wash-
logi u aim tho Booth.
Northumberland nnd Intermediate station
LOO, 9..Vj a. m. nnd L8U and 0.07 p. m.
Nanticoau ami mtei'inediate htatlons, LOB
and 11.20 a. m Pfvmontll and intermedlata
ttationSi SJWand B.5J i. m.
Piillm in parlor and sleeping coaches on all
express trains. , .
For detaikd Information, pocket UmiUblea,
etc. apply to M. L Smith, city UoketofBos,
02s Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket otiico.
S' RAVT.IN MlVIION.
In Bffeel Jiiiiimrv BStb, IHD1.
201) in? "."
i 08 503 90S
7 g ..
S. z 3 (Trains Daily
sk I cepi silluin.v. i i j
p atamve beave
7 Bl n. y. VTanaun as. .
7 10 West 42nd sired .
7 00 WBBhBWkBB .
ir m Arrive i.cnve a
1 15 UancocK Junction
1 . BM
Pov ni idle
hi so! ..
7 10 a si
7 94 8 18
- -r f ii io
1 27 'I 11. W S8
-. 2 I
1 1! 1 1 2S1
i : 1 IB 63 Bl 48
'. ill 'J 50 3 -IB
', I.i 10 i 2 S 61
V 431008 0 s4
7 48 10 in ,'l SB
i 19 in 18 104
to 10 17 4 CT
: 50 ill 2 i 410
8 00110 84 4 14
Mi-! in Si 4 17
' 05 111 80 4gj
K KA U If SI
All trains run daily except Sunday,
t signifies thai trains stop on BignsJ tor ra
Additional trains leave Carb uulalp for scran
ten ,10 and 6,16 p. in.. Brrtring at scranton 1.56
Leave scranton for Carbondali' o.."0 nnd s.39
arriving a: CarbondSlO at 7.88 and 9.16 p. m.
heoure rnies via Ontario Western before
puixhaslng tickets and save monoy, Day mid
Mlngi IC i press to tho West,
J. C. Anderson, Gon. Pass. Ag.
P. Plltcrott, Dlv. Pass, Act. Pci antun. Pa.
I?BIE AND WYoMINU VALLEY RAIL
TralBH leave Scranton for Now York nnd in
terrii'dlnto points on the Erie railroad at lltVJ
h. m. iinil (UH p m. Also lor Hooasdale.
iiawley and local points at 0 :!,", 0.4." a.m, anil
0 21 p. in.
All tho above aro through trains to and
I n additional train leaves Scranton for
Lake Ariel at S.2S p.m. and arrives nt Reran
lo. i from the Lake Ht 8 10 a m and 7,:i"i n.m.
Trains leave for Wilkos U.irro at 6.40 a. m,
and o n m,
General Office. SCRANTON. PA.