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THE SCT?AJS"TON TRIBTDSTE-WEDKESDAY MORtflNGr, -fTTNE G, 1894.'
L. Lowrie Bell, who bus jail received
the second Ht'sistsnt postmiister gen
ernlship under Mr. Bissell will, assoon
kb be is relented, sccspt th position of
Keuoral traffic manager of the Jersey
Central railroad, at a salary xceoding
$8,000 per year. Jlr. Bell is cue of the
most thorough and efficient railroad
officials in tuo country and wm speci
ally elected by Mr. Wanamaker during
tbe latter's incumbeucy of Mr. Bissoll's
place, to reorganize Hnd develop the
railway mail service.
The capacity of all the nnthracite
collieries hns boon estimated for the
year 1894 at 88847 Ions per dT of ten
hours each. The output for 1808 was
the largest in the history of tils mitbr.t
t ite coal trdt, being .48,080,587 long
lona. So that if the collieries could he
worked to their f nil oapaelty for 800
days a year the output would run np
to 07,000,000 tonp. This enormous
amount does not iuchilu that coal con
i timed at the minoa in raising steam f or
In tbe opinion of the Stockholder the
truffle experiment which Coxa Bros. &
Co. are now making by running their
own cars over the Lehigh Valley lo
tidewater will be watched with keen
interest by the trade generally. C'ox.
liroi, & Co. have long been regarded by
tbe trade ns a most independent "froa
lance," and it is believed the present
contract with tun Lehigh Valley, which
gives them the die of its tracks from &
connection with the Delaw.iro, Sns
Muehanna and Schuylkill (Case Brim.
& Co.'s own road) to tidewater, will
increase their power us a factor in the
ituthracito trade. The firm cannot,
under this arrangement, he discrim
Inated against, aud it reinatui with
them to sny whether pric-s shall be
maintained and tbe restrictive policy
continued. O i the surface it certainly
looks as though Coxe Bros, & Co. now
held the whip band, and they nnqOM
tionally will be given more considera
tion by the larger producing compauies
than ever before.
The Juue circular prices for anthra
cite coal to the line aud city trade, just
issued by the Beading Ccial aud lrou
company, shows an advance in the
prices of hard wbite ash coil of 5 fonts
per ton for brokeo,egg and stove, while
chestnut sizj remains unchanged. Slut
luokin eg is advanced 28 cents tor ton
und stove 5 cents, while chestnut coal
lias been marked down 5 cents, and
lor tbe Lorberry coal an average ad
vance of about 15 cents has been
juado. The Lehigh Coal and Naviga
tion company has advanced the prices
lor its broken and egg coal 15 cents per
ton, aud for stove coal 5 cents, while
chestnut siza remaius unchanged.
The Pennsylvania railroad prices have
been uniformly advanced 15 cents per
ton for brokeu, egg, stove and chest
nut sizes, making its new prices about
the same as those of tbe other competi
tive companies. The Pennsylvania
circular prices have heretofore been
lower thau those of the other com
panies. The Consolidated Steel and Wire
company, of Allentown, formerly the
Iowa Barbed Wire works, recently
gave a large order for steel blilets to
the Bethlehem Iron company. Tbe
billets were formerly manufactured
for tbe Allentown eompauy by tbe Car
negie company. The steel mill of the
Bethlehem Iron company is now work
ing on the order. The billets are made
of soft steel and are four inches
square. Tbe new antomatio billet
rain of the company is used in their
manufacture. The operation of It is
an interesting and wonderful sight and
n vast saving of timo and labor over
the old system. The manufacture of
the billets is anew departure for the
Bethlehem Iron company. It is ithe
first time the company has gone into
the market for sncb orders. The suc
cess of the undertaking so far has been
Jlattering and the company lias shown
its ability to turn out other work with
as much skill and finish as it does steel
i'uils. Bethlehem Times.
This is the sensible mannsr in which
l.he Wilkee-Bs.rre Times disposes of a
ully rumor: "A report is enrrent,
hough the origin is rather ambiguous,
that a delegation from the striking soft
oul miners is on thp way to Wyoming
Valley with the object of inducing a
sympathy strike niuonir their anthrac
ite brothers, If the rumor be true the
committee will simply be our. tbe
atnouut of railroad fares and hotel
bills. The anthracite miners are just
now beginning to get a taste of pros
perity which they are entitled to and
of which they allowed timmselve to
be robbed by the bituminous men dur
ing the last strike, and they are not
going to fall into the same error a sec
Now that the new Wilkes-Barre and
Eastern railroad, or "Panther Creek
route" as the newspapers persist in de
scribing it, is open to passenger trufiio,
it may not be uninteresting to note
that by this road Wilkes Bnrre is tbe
lintne distance from New York city as
Scranton is by tho Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western. This mentis a
saviug of at lesst eighteen miles in dis
tance nnd more than half an hour In
lime. Tbe grades on the rosd
are also easier than on nny
other. The Delaware, Lickawanna
and Western ami the Wilkss-Barre
and Eeatern cross nt Stronds
1'urg, and the distance from Wilkas
Barre to Stroudsburg over the new line
is sixty miles, This newly constructed
railroad is an extension of the Now
York, Smqnehatina and Western, the
vresent terminals of which are New
York city aud Strondnburg. There are
nineteen stations between this city and
its point of connection with the parent
road. The panorama us seen from the
mm antees a
OR MONEY RETVRMvD,
For all chronic, or lingering, Pulmonary
or Chest Diseases, as Bronchi ti- Laryni II "
Be voro Coughs, Spitting of IUoihI, Pains in
Chest and Sides, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery is a aovereign remody.
In Asthma it is anedflo.
To build up both flesh and strength, when
reiluceil lielow tho
standard of health by
pneumonia, or " lung
lover, grip, or ex
Ihatunng fovers, it, is
"the liost restorative
K. II. Nouman, Esn,.,
of i , n, G'i., says: "I
think" the 'Golden Med
ical Discovery is the
lust medicine for pain
In tho chest that I have
ever known. I am
sound and well, and I
owe it all to tho 'Dis-
Mr. NntwAN. cowry.' "
Twe PLAS of BetiMMQ Mkhicinici
IB i'ECULIAK TO
car window is one of tbe prettiest to
be found in the state.
Minor Industrial Notes:
The South Sugar Loaf colli.'ry is ex
pected toresumeon full time this week.
Tho lloech Creek Railroad compnny's
supply of coal has been rtduoed to three
or four carloads.
The Hollywood colliery of Calvin Pardee
& Co. is working full tim, eleven hours
per day. I.attinier No. :l is also working
on the eleven hour basis.
The ordnance department of tho Bethle
hem Iron company will endeavor to use
bard coal instead of the bituminous roal,
the want of which is keeping tho works
Tuo Pittsburg sdd Lake Erie is arrang
ing to extend iis line up the Mouongnhcla
river fioui tbe present terminus to tho
site o( Marcband, a new town seven miles
Tin' llnrwood colliery is now working
eleven hours. On Saturday 750 cars of
coal were inn through the breaker, which
is considered the largest hoisting ever ilouo
iu that, region.
II. C. Davis has been appointed district
trrigbt agent of tho i.ebiKh Valley road,
in charge of all local and through freight
bushiest out of Rochester. This is an of
fice which ha joat beeu created.
Conductor Miller, who runs on tho Val
ley's Harvey Lake branch, recollects that
on .Tur.o 14, lb"", a frost fell which
destroyed vegetation and fruit very ex
tensively, particularly in tho Lackawanna
Tho coal nnd coko tonnage of the Penn
sylvania railroad, eastern linos, for the
year thin far has heeu 5,700,236 tons, com
pared with 8,480,784 tons iu (be correspond
ing period of 1808, B decrease of 8,781.408
tons, of which 4,870,68o tons were coal, a
decrease or 1,681,088 tons, and 1,182,811
tons coke, adecreaieot 1,180648 tons.
Fysptpsi i and Indigestion
In their worst forms are cured by the
use of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or if you need a tonic to regain
Offhand lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take P. P. P., and j on will be stroug aud
healthy, t or shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke
Hoot and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purilier iu the world. For sale by all
BOHE remarkable cures of deafness are
recorded of Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil.
Never fails to cure earache.
FINANCIAL ANL COMMERCIAL .
Stocks and Bond.
NlW puk, Juue n. Tho opening of
tbe atopic market began with dealings ia
6ugar, which closed yesterday nt lt)o,
started oft' IX per rent, higher. This was
the keynote of the day, the Industrials
jumping to tho front while the railroad
Issues gavo way to occupy a subsidiary
position throughout, London turned sel
ler of the stock bought yesterday. After
the opening Sugar sold to 1H5), roo to
nit; ., tell to io-i. advanced to infi.";,' aud
closed at 106 a net gain of
8,'-s for the day. It figured for
1 10.200 shares in the grand total of
206,500 shares for the entire list. Chicago
(ias, which wat next, figured for 88,700
shares. Today ended without bringing
forth any now reason for the advance iu
Bng.'ir. Chicago (i.-is showed fresh signs
of liquidation aud sold down t o 74 at one
time, closing at 7iH Lead, Cordage,
Whisky and General Electric were nil
firmer. In the Grangers comparatively
heavy transactions were reported iu St.
Paul and Burlington within a narrow ra
dius. New York Central was weak, but
dealings wero light, The market left off
strong for Sugar and about steady for the
general list. Net changesoutside of Sugar
show declines of H to .i'c.
The following complete table snowiue the
day's lluetuations m active stocks is supplied
anil revised dally by LaBar Ss Fuller, stock
brokers, 121 Wyoming avenue:
Open- Ulirb- Low Clos
ing, est est. in?.
Am. Cot. Oil 27N 2" 281 -"W
Am Sugar. IU", tUOU lOMi MM
A. T. .fc ti. V T5j 7M IM 7M
Can. Ho 60 U M SUM
C3.lf.-J 189M lim 1 0AM 108
Chic N. W LOOM limy lim inn
V- B. AS Q "H W 77 77j
!ble. Has 75 7M 74 75M
C. .C.C. ti St. L
Col., Hock. Vol. &T
D. & H WiM 1K4 I80M UOM
D., B. & W
D.ftC. F 3414 SBM 8M4 (4M
Krlo im I3K 18M !:)(,
H. E. Co :' llSt4 85 ;ij3j
I. .&N I6M 4&ifi 4IM 44
Mtnhattan lis IIS lis Us
Miss. Pac TV, H HTM
Kat. Lead 40 40 40
8. Y. N. I
N. Y. Central W4 v 7 VIH
N.Y.. O. A3 W ISM I 'M 1"M ISM
N. Y.. S. & W IS It IB IS
u, B, c, Co 'i'M iH u'l
North Pac. pf 15M ISM 16 15
Reading 17 17 ;om im
Roek Island ttSM lM 67M 7M
K.T II II 11 II
It, Paul SOU MM f.'.iM SUM
T., C. & 1 I7M is ITM is
Toxas Pae sij sm su dm
I'nlon Pacltlc lSMi lr'M 181 lssj
Wabash pf I6M I8M ISM ISt
Western Union t4U m HM MM
W.&L. li HM 11M 1 11
W. & L. E. pf
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
BCBAHTOn, Juno S. The following quota
tionaar supplied and epiroted daily by La
Bat1 A Fuller, stock brokcrs.1'21 Wyoming avenue.
'l liua ,
Jnlv. Sept. Dee
EM rM BOM
sum &M Bl
so S'M oiM
H 57M BON
tm CUM ....
m iom ....
m mi ....
MM Mi ....
C70 675 ....
Nw York Produce Market.
Ni-.w YORK, June 8. Fiioun-Dnll,
WMAT-Qalet, firmer: No. 2 red, store
nnd elevator, .WJnSlc; nlloat, S8c; f. o.
b,, 88Xn80o.! ungraded red, B6ao0&i No 1
northern, COMaOiTtjr,) options closed c.
oyer yesterday; No, J, red, June, 6?Nc.i
July, B&KO.I August, 600,; Beptember,
01c. i December, MWo,
ConN Dull, firm: .No. K. 44,Vc. elevator.
44tB44fc. afloat; options closed flrffl at
Ua&c. over jrfstordayi Juue, 4:-i!j.: Julv,
44ji!c.; August, 46Kc; Beptsmber, 4Sjj;c.
Oats Lull, hlanert options dull, mod
erately active, blgber; Jnnf, 4'.'l!jc.; July,
41Mc. : August. :ii!j.; Septenihar, B8c, No.
li white June. 45.:.; July, mot, prices
No. 8 while, 40c; No. 2 Chicago, 4;,c ;
No. 8 White, -ISc. ; whito western, aun
white stale, 44n40c.
I'l Ki-- Dnll, stiady.
TH IU'KI) Hkkf Dull.
Cut .v.kats Firm, quiet.
LiA BD Quiet, easy: western steam, closed
at if7.b5; city.Ki. IS; July, 87.06; BeOtemier,
J7.10; reflnd, quiet: cominent, t 88;
Anieric.i, s?780: Compound, SaCc,
Phttkii-Fair demand, Ann; slate dairy,
IBalBlfC.) Oo. creamery, 14a 1 7:. : Peunsvl
vanla do., I4altc.t weotorn dairy, UelSc.;
do. creamery, 18al7c. ; do. factory, al2e. ;
elgins, 17c; Imitatiou creamery, 10al4c.
Chekm: Knsier, good demand; stale
Inrgc.OiiOMc. ; dc.,funcy OnOUo. ; do.Bnni! I,
Boos Fair demand: choice, frui: stnte
Bnd Pennsylvnnln,12Xn1ilr.: western fiejij,
llNa1V(o,t do., jiercase, 8a8,
Philadelphia Tallow Karh'.t.
PflH.snKLrniA. Juno S.-Th11ow was
dull at former rates. Prices wero: Prime
city in hogsheads, 4;"'n'c: prime country,
in hnrrels, 4Jc; do. dark In barrels,
1 1 : c. ; cakes 5c. i grease, 4c.
Those who havo used Dr. King's Now
Discovery know its value, aud those who
baveuot, havo. now the opportunity to try
it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
and got a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
name and address to II. E. Bucklen ft Co ,
Chicago, and get a sample box of Or.
Kiug's New Life Pills. Free, as well as a
copy of Uuide to Health and Household
Instructor, Free. All of which is guaran
teed to do you good and cost you nothing.
Matthews Hros. Drugstore.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
trader Mil heading abort letters of interest
will be published when accompanied, for pub
11 cation, by the writer's name, ThkTiihicne
will net be held respousiblu for opinions horo
CORRECTION AND IXPLAN ATION.
Elitr of Tut' TMBUSJB:
DBAB bin: In your report of the meeting
of "The Pastors' Union," tbe following
sentence occurs: "Among the features of
the meeting was a pnper rend by ftev.
James McLeod, D. D., pastor of the First
Preabyterian church, in which druggists
are most severely arraigned."
Instead of arraigning the druggists as a
class, I did precisely the opposite. I de
fended them. It appears thut in one or
two instances, druggists have deliberately
aud Conspicuously SZpreSS ed their determi
nation to violate the law. Inicspectof
these I said: "It Is not probable that tho
course pursued by pne or two druggists of
this city, i approved by the great body of
that honorable profession." If iu that sen
tence 1 have "most severely arraigned" all
the druggists of Boranton, then i will have
to plead guilty.
Let me say, in repiy to tho letter of
Messrs. MoGarrab & Thomas, that, as Car
a I know, there is not tho least disposi
tion or desire on the part of tho Pastors'
union, or on the part of tho friends of tho
Lord's day, to iioo tho drug storo9 on
Sunday. To assert that tbe Pastors' union
has uny such purpose is a plain evasion of
tho issue. What tho advocates of onr
Sunday laws insist in ia, that if "drug
gists are compelled to keep open," as
Messrs. MtGarrab & Thomas claim, then
they must confine their business to the
suloof drugs nnd medicines 1 notice that
our friends, McUarrah & Thomas, havo a
Hue line of brushes and combs, and per
fntneryand cigars, and soaps and candies,
and a host of other Commodities, iu nddi
tion to soda water, which would require a
violent stretch i f tho imagination tocali
drugs. .Now, do Me.sis. McOarrnb
a- Thomas mean to claim that be
cause tho law may allow, or oven compel
them to keep their drug storo open on
Sunday, they may, therefore, traffio on
tho Lord's day In any kind of merchandise
tbev may happen to have in their store?
That seems to be a fair Inference from
their published letter. There is no reason
to I andy wordcor to evade the question at
issue. If drug-stores Insist upon traffick
ing In other commodities, beside drugs, on
the Lord's day, then dry goods merchants,
and grocers, and, even saloou keepers, may
claim the same privilege.
It is sincerely to be Imped that all our
druggistt snd,ssaclass,tl e e are no better
citizens will throw tho weight of their
Influence on the side of law nnd order,
touching this great question of Sunday
labor, and 1 trust that the one or two
druggists who have openly defied tho law
will take a "sobnr" second thought and fall
Into lino with their wiser-fellow citizens.
Iain strongly tempted to enlarge upon
the sago way in which the able editor of
tho Scranton Truth rebukes the Pastors'
union for "straining at, a gnat," nnd then,
instantly, makes an exhibition of himself
by "swallowing a camel," but I forbear.
It would bo positively cruel to expose the
fallncy of such reasonlng(f). Fortunately,
tho brief editorial referred to, carries, in
its body, its own autid ite.
OfJE DRUGGIST APPROVES.
Editor of The TllIBDRBI
DlAB Sik For your sound editorial,
"The Sunday Problem Once .More," in to
day's Tuna N'E, pleabe permit one apothe
cary to siy, thank you. Tho following
declaration hv the state convention of the
druggists of Pennsylvania hold iu Young
Men's Christian Associatiou ball, Scran
ton, iu June, lt-b9, is of interest nt this
time, nnd I think indicates tho views of a
majority of tho members of the Druggists'
association of Scranton and Uuuiuore.
Resolved, That wo approve of the ac
tion of our associates In this matter (op
posing the repeal of certain Sunday laws
of this slate), and urge all druggists to
discourage Sunday trace by limiting their
(iubbuth day business strictly to "work of
neceseity ana mercy in accordance with
tbe command of Hod nnd the law of tho
commonwealth of Pennsylvania."
J. G, Bora,
Dnnniore, J'a., Juno 4.
MR. V. ti B-IO: ii JVi.: N'S REPLY.
Editor of Tin: TniiU Nr;:
Ukaii Sin Mr. John Davy questions mv
veracity regarding the definitions Of Civil
and religious liberty, which 1 quoted from
Webster, and is soiry tl at 1 didn't Btudy
means strength to with
stand chronic ailments,
coughs, colds and disease,
Sound llesh is essential to
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
enriches tho blood, builds
up flosh and fortifies the
system against sickness and
chronic ailments. Physicians,
the world over, endorse it.
Don't be deceived bj Substitutes!
ProMirftl by ficitt ft Ioirnr, ft( V. All bntggttta
The GENUINE New Haven
New York Warerooms No. 80
E. C. BICKER & CO.,
Sole dealers in this section.
OFFICK-i:21 Adunis Avo., Tolephono B'l'd'u
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their olaco to their
141, 143, 145, 147, 149, 151
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 80821
Webster more before rushing into print.
He even goes so far as to say there are no
such definitions in Webster, and that Web
ster does not use such naughty words.
Allow me to assure Mr. Davy aud the
renders of The Timiutnk that tho defini
tions of civil aud religions liberty which I
quoted from Webster nnd which wore cor
rectly printed in Thk Thiiiuee of the 'list
ult., wero copied verbatim ot literatim
from a Webster's unabridged which 1 have,
which was published in 1800, and which
tbe publishers claim, is a reprint of Web
ster' original. If Sir. Davy doubts this
ho can call nt ray boniC and examine tho
H. B, Van Benthd ysex.
BerantOO. Pu., June s.
R. R. R.
OUSH8 AM PBEVKNTB
Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat,
'Rhanmatifim, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lum
j bago, Swelling of the Joints. Pains
in Back, Chest or Limbs.
. Tho application of tbn READY UEUEF to
'thoport or parts where the difficulty or pain
'exists will nffcird ca,i. and comfort.
It was the first hnd is tho only pain remedy
that Instantly stops tho most excruciating
pains, allays Inflammations and
! Cnnrrpotlnn tvl.ut ,.f tl.n I . ci. t.
. ......... ..,,,.,.., ... ,. ,i, nuaiiacu,
Other glands or organs,
l Dr. Had war &Co Gentlemen: I havo used
lyour Heady Relief for more than twentv llvo
I yoara with much ratNf-ietion have usod it
for I Qrippe, Pneumonia Peurley and all
(sorts of aches and pains and have foan i it an-
Ittillnir everv time. Haanaotfnnv.
v w. HA) MOUD,
81 Oresc nt St., Mlddlstown, Conn
January 18, 1S81.
Asnnvii.i.E, N. C.
ln ..,... tw v ii. .u. in ,-,-umary, i sao, i
-Bad a severe attack ot "La Grippe," und cured
myell In twenty-ton- boars by the use of
I Bad way's Beady Belief and EUdway's Pilla
(1 bad another attack ot tho samo dreadful
jdisnase In March, IStll.and usod thesamt rom
(edy, with the same r suit. I do not know
.Badtray & Oo, the partl y who mamifactiiro
.tlieso lui'dlehios, an I 1 have always put vorv
little faith ta "Almanac CertiflastesT" but if
Itheso fow lines wlU only induce some Buffering
one 1 1 uso tho almvo remedy I will fool amply
repaid lor Writing what I havo.
Respectfully, E. I . B'iOWN.
I J- W. BBEWEB, Aahbnrn. Piku Co., Mo. -
"One bottle ot Beady Belief ai d one tiox of
Badway'a Pills eared Ave In my family of thai
terrible oomplsint, "La Urippe." or influenza.
BADWAY'8 ready BELIEF, aided by
I BAD WAV'S PILLS, is tho qulokett and most
cffoctual euro for
I Price, 60c, por bottle. Sold by Irnssisti.
i ram, vavinOi raiw snu vaiuaoio. i ..usf
Torff't Digestion, i omplete (ils,irition nnd
taealtbtul regnlsrily, Por the cure of nildis
forders of tboRtamiieb, Llrer, HnwelsBlil
neys, IllHililpr, NervouH I)lt.c:ifti)H, Loss ol
.i i-iii", HrMicne, iitiitliiii. Cos
tlreneii, Imliat-KtUtn. BlllaUsneiiii, I v r,
liifliiinmutloo of the Bowell. I'llus nmi
11 dereilRoniCDts of the Internul vlnonrn.
J I'orl'fct DIOMtlon will ho nt-onmplUlioii
by taking Badway's I'llls. liy so doing
jsirli Heakachf, Fool Rtontaeh, tsillotis
urns will be avoided, and tin. food that i
teuton contribute its nourishing propcrtlc
for the Hllpimrt uf thi' natural W lift to of the
I CrTObsorvo tho following Bymp'oms fob
. . . 1 . . hid uiiniin ornniui.
Constipation, Inward pilee, fulness of tho
blood in tho hoad, iicidityoi thostomirh.ii.nl
bo:i. heartburn, il ... of food, fulium or
woii;bt in thu 8toina''b, sour oruotatloun, fllulc
lnh' or fluttorini; of tho heart, choking or snf
focratini: Rotations wben in n lying potur,
diniurhgot vision, dots or webs tipforo the
ninht, fever and dull pain in the bond, defls
leneyof vrspiration, rellownesaof the skin
and eyes, pain In thosid". chest, limbs, and
sudden Hushes of heat, burning in the IK'Sb.
A few doses of BADWAY'S TILLS will froo
the syt ten of tbe aboTe-nsmed aiiord rs.
Prlre Mr. n Ilnx. Sold hv Dmi kUIs.
Send to DU RADWAY AS CO., Xo. n Wjir-
Wou tit.. Kow York, for liook of Advice.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
MININO, BLASTING AND ETOttTINO
Manufactured at the Wapwallopon Mills, Lu
nemo county Pa., aud at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr,
Oonoral Auent for tho Wyomlnu Dlntrlct,
i8 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa,
Third National Dank Bnildiutf.
THOS. FORD. Tittst m, Pa.
JOUNIJ SMITH it SON; Plymouth. Pa.
K. W. MULLIUAN, Wilken-Harro, I'n.
Agents for tho Kopauno Uiuuiloni Com'
I nny's High Explosive.
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Av&
ixmit Bousn SQUAIIB.
All kinds of Laundry work gusranteel
I have been suffering ton
years with Erysipelas. IIv
taken doctors medicines and
patent medicines of most all
Kinds, but none seemed to dc
mo any good. I finally mada
up my mind to try Burdock
Blood Bitters. Have used four
bottles of B. B. B., and think
mytiolf entirely cured.
Mus. N. ,T. McCATLT.
Service, Beaver Co., Pr.
Application for privileges
should be mada to H. B.
CHASE, 312 Lackawanna
S. A. KING, of Bingham
ton, has been engaged to
take charge of the Score
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
. Robinson's Sons'
llnnnfnrtnrdra of the Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum.
Rooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Ml
MINING and BLASTING
ilftdo at tho JIOOSIO nnd RUSH
L-iiftlin & RnnJ l'owder Co. 'a
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electrio flatteries, Fuae? for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
RcpaunoChemical Co.'s High Explosives
Oral of tlin tiost quality fjr Jomentlo ns,and
cf nlleizns. ilalivorod in uny y.irt of tlio cit,
tt lowest lirioe.
OrdfM left nt ray ofTloo.
0. 118, WYOMING AVKNirrc,
Fsr room. Ant Door, Third Nntlnnnl Bank,
(t font by mall or tulopliono to tbe mine, will
rewive prompt attention.
bpaclal eontraati will ba mfdofor tbo sale
tnd Uelive.j- ot Uuck wheat OoJ!
VM. T. SMITH.
MQOSIC POWDER CO
MY8H:IANti AMI lilKGKON
1")R. Q. KDQAB DEAN has removed to 016
a-' spruce streot, Scranton, Pa. (JuBt op
posite cuuri-houso tiiiuaio )
T)H. A. J. BUNNELL, Office 2U1 WoahinKton
VrL,fA 5 eora" Spruea Btreot. oror
l ranckoBdrug btora Koeidonoe, IS Vlnest.
nKS -'Sr'': lu-'tol!!a. m. and I to 4 ana
S-..!?.7:80 P- Sunday, S to 3 p.m.
Dn' K A';.Lh,N'- UffieacorT Lack
xj wanna and WiiBhineton aves.: over Leon
ard shoe store; office hourn, 10 to 12 a. in. and
ltTwtop ft wrideno. ou n.
ri-TJJWJTT.f"' ""Ti oo ana Tnroat;
on.ee, li Wyoming avo. lteeidcnco, W Vine
GATES. 125 WuahliiRton Avonua.
Office hours, b to I) a.m.. l.ao to il and t
tR p.m. Hesiilencu ;mi) Madison av. nu
loii.N l. WEaizTMriX, oaTie'iMii
O tommonwoalth building: residence 711
lladiBonave; office UourB. lJtolS, 2 to i, I to
B; Sundays 2.30 to i. evenings at residence. A
specialty made of dli-eason of the eye, ear, nose
snd throat and (fyneooloey.
21' ax,KAJ?S-'K'S Uw "d ColleeUon of.
ITonso. Scrnntnn, fa,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; roliablo correspond-
i-'il.', In nvnrv . ..iii.m-
TEHSUfS HANL Attorneys and Counaol
o Un at Law. Couimonwoalth hulldiui
WashiUBton ay w. II. Jesiiip,
noiiACR E. HNB,
W. II. Jehsuh, Jb.
UILLARD WAltllEN .V; KNAPP, Attor
l "0J B,?.n d ComiBiilors at Law, Uopuhlican
...... u.uM, iuhiuiikiuu avo,. scranton,
I 1 IT'l'I'lKnM n. ... . . . .. ... TT" T
X Counsellors at Law; offices M and 8 Library
building, Scranton, Pa.
HoswBLr. H. PATTinsos.
"1I.L1AM A. WILCOX.
A LfKEDHAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At-
tornoys and Counsellors. Commonwoaltli
milldmg. Rooms Id, 90 and 21.
iir f. nnvi.ir. u.
W , 2b, Bnrr bnlldinir.
81 nt l.aw.Niw.m and
V .EPSM. . Offleoa in Price
muuuiuT, asiiiiiuton avenuo.
RANK' T OKI'.LL, Attorney at Law. Room
n I (in 1 1 Tl,ni,,.n tj i i
j..M:-;;- W. (lAKKoKD, Att.,n.v at Law,
roon,s (U, M and UV t'uniiiior.woalth b'l'B.
OAJIUKL W. EUtlAR. Attorney at Law.
JHoSljnSDjcestM Boranton, Pa.
I A. WATUES, Attorney at Law. ta
1J, 1 ,l 1 I. T i i mm .. D-
r J'' f"'MI.'I ft ' "nnnelior at Law. Offloo,
J . rooirm M. rjt i . i.l LXT. '
( R. PITCHER. Attorney at Law. Con
m.,.u.UK. qiirnnwn, ra
ii21 Siiruoo hL
l R HKPI.lW4T.lr. a.. .
V. KILLAM, Attornev ut-Law, 12U Wy-
onniiK avenue, Scranton.
I fAVB YOOB DJSBD8 AND BoRfOAOES
PROWVtH?,S """'"Wb'died by J. W.
l.OW M.NU Attorney and Notary i'ublic. 29
I Minn,, mvealth Builrllng.
UlOOLOl' THE LACKAWANNA, Hcrare'
w ton, 1 a, prepares hoya and eirls foroollan
or buemei: thoroughly trains young children.
Uatalnraa at mm2
Rev. thomai m. cakx
. ..... KH .1. IITKI.L.
I1I8S WOBOESTBR'S K1NDERQABTEN
i'l and fcchool, Hi A dan is avenua Pud:I(
reeeWad ,t all thm Next term v. iU open
() g. LA0LAC11. burguoj litiucii, ;o. 113
M. sl'liA'ri-.iN7offl7(al Exehance.
TH REPUBLIC Savings and Lrin Aaso"
a elation will loan you m ,noy on ottci.,r tcrmi
und pay you hotter on luvostment lhan any
ether HSKOclation. Call on S. N. CALLLN
DEg, Dime Hank jmiWing
p K. CLARK CO., Seedsmen. Florists
V . and Nurserymen; store l4ti WashinirCjD
avenue; erocn house, ldXI Xortn Main avenue;
i"n telenbono 7S2
Ur.AND UNION TEA CO., Jones Bros.
WIRE M RSI ns.
TOS. KUETTEU 6i5 Lackawanna avenue.
t HCTanton, l a.. Iimuufr of Wire Hereon
HOTELS AM) RESTAURANT a,
'I 'HE WESTMINSTER, 217219 Wyoming
A avo. lioonw heated with steam: all mod
em improvements. C. M. Tiuimah, Prop.
'VUF, ELK CAFE, lij nnd 127 Franklin ayo
A nuo. Rates ruasonablo.
. P Zi holer. Proprietor.
W ESTaiLoTER llol l-.L
at V , . . SCHENCK, Manayor.
bixteonth street, ono block east of Broadway,
at Union Snunrn, Now York.
American plan, fa So per ii,iy and upward.
pOYNE HOUSE. European "plan; "good
rooms. Open day and nigh:. Bar bui
plied wito the best.
P. H. COYNE Proorlenr
Ol R ANTON HOUSE, near D., L. & W. pas
O seuger depot Conducted on tho European
VlOTOll KOOH. Proprietor.
G' "AM CENTRAL ihe brgaal and bstl
I cqulppo l hotel in Allontuwn. Po.; rate)
S2 and 82.60 per day.
VICTOR D. BARJIBR, Proprietor.
WIS & HOUPT, Architects. Roms ti
2,'i and 20 Corhn wealth h'ld'e. Seranteu
L. WALTER, Architect, Lihnuy iiuinl
inr. Wyoming aventm. Scranton.
L. BROWN. Arch II. Architoct, Trie
lmildin,12il Wellington Avo.,Scrant.m
IJAUElTs ORCHESTRA - MUHIO FOR
li balls, plcnici, pArtloa, receptions, wod
dings and ooneort work furalshod. For term,
nddross It. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
avo., over Hnlbort's music store.
ORTON 1). SWARTS-WHOLESALE
hiniher, Prico building Scranton, Pa.
MBOAROEH BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelope paper bags, twine.
Warohouio, YJU Washington ave., Scranton
TOOTE'S LIVERY. I6SI (iipouse avenue
J First class carriages. D. L FOOTE, Alt
Funeral Director and Emhalmcr.
T7BANK P. BROWN ft CO.. WHOLE
J sale (lealors in Wood ware, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 W. Lackawauna avenue.
,i ZliA F1NN"&B0. S, Imil.l'-nT aontrao.
JU tors. Yards: Corner Olivo at. and Adams
ave. ; corner Ash st and Penn avo,. Scranton.
IS THE BEST. Get prices ud
ire tho furnnco and bo con
viiicH.l. A full line ot HEAT
ERS, Appcllo Hud Gatiz Door
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CCX
tCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE. TA.. MANUFACTURERS (
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY,
General Office, SCRANTON, PA.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
cleanliness nnd comfort
TIMK TAnLE IN EFFECT MAY 20, UK
Trains lonvo Scranton for Pittston, Wilkes
Barre, oto., nt 8.-20. U.i u.jq n m gn 2 ul
f-S' 5 ! U0, m Sundays, 8.U0 u. m,
l.uu, 2.1f), 7.10 p. in.
for Ailantio City. 8.20 a. m.
For Now York, Newark and Elizabeth. 8.20
(express) a. m.. 12.50 (express with Buffot
parlor car), 11.30 (express) p. in. Sunday, 2.16
Foit MAurn CnuNK, Allentown, Bl't.ii.b
UJOL EAblnBand PiiiLADELMHA, 8.20 a. m..
Uoil, 3.J0, 5.00 (oxoept Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2.15 p. ni.
For Lono BiiAMcii, Ocean GitovE, etc., at
6.20 a. m., W -0p. m.
For Heading, Lebanon and narrlsburg, via
Allentown, b.20 a. m., 12.50, 5.00, p.m. Sundav.
2.1.1 p. m.
For PotUvllle, 8.20 a. in., 12.50 p. m.
Returning, leavo New York, foot of Liberty
street, North river, at a 10 (express) a. in.,
1.10, 1.30, .) (ox)ioss with Buffet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday, 4.:m a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal, 0.D0
a. m., 2.00 and ISO p. m. Sunday, 0.27 a. ir,.
Through ticketn to all poinls at lowest rates
may bo had on application In advance to tho
ticaet agent at tho station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
J. H. OLHAUSEN". Agent
T.l.-T A TTT ,1.1 X-T r.
tj JlT . KON RAILROAD.
i ommonclng May 29, 18!2,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leavo Bridge Htrood
Station. Scranton, for Pitta
ton, Wilkes-Barre, otc.,8.00,
9.07, 9 37, 10.42 a. in.. 12.10.
1,28, 2.;, lit, .5.15, 6.15, 9.1j
and H.a5 p. in.
For Now York nnd Phlla
dolnhia. KllliLin. ll'in !Jll
38, Hf.nnd 1 1. 30 p. m.
I''or HoueHdale (from Delaware, Lackawanna
nnd woatorn depot), 7.0), 8.3), 10.10 a.m.. 12.00
m ., 2.17, 5.10 p. m.
For Cnrboudaln and lntormeillato Dtations,
6.40, 7.00. (-.;, 10.10 a. m., 12.no in , 2. 17, 8.25,5.10,
U 20 and 0 35 p. in. ; tnun Krlilgo stroot Depot,
tM a. mu, 2.17and 11 36 y. m.
Fa8t express to Albany, Saratoga, tho Adi
rondack afoiiiiinins. Huston aud New England
points, 5.40 a. in., arriving at Albany 12.45.
Surntoga 2.20 p. m., und leayiiii; Scranton at;l
p. m . arriving at Albany st&SCp, BU, San
toga, 12.65 a. m ., and Biston, 7.00 a. m.
Tno only direct route between the coal fields
and Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Runts
of America" to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, LakoH Ucorgc and Champlain, Montreal,
Timo tablos showing local anil through train
Borvlco between stations ou all divisions Dola
Wure and Hud- i. system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offices.
II. li. YOUNU, J. W. BUBDTCK,
Bocrm Vie,. PraMnt on. Pass Ast.
MAY 18, 1894.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia an
Now York via. I). & II. R li. at 8 A.m . It lfi
188 and 11.86 p. m viaD.,1. & W. Ii. r o.ud,
8.0S. 11.20 a. m.,and 1.30 p, in.
Leavo Scranton for Pittston nnd WlUcet
Barro via D.. L. & VV. It. It., 0.0), 803, 11.2J
a. iu , 1.30, &6U 11.07. S, o p. in.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Hazletcn,
Pottsvillo und all points ou tbe BSSTSf
Meadow aud Pott- vill" hi anclies, via E. ic W.
V.. G 10 n. in., v. a D. & II. It. R. nt 8 a.m., 12.11,
2.38, 4.10 p.ra , via Df, L. & W. li. R 0.00,8.08,
11.20 a.m., 1.80, ILVip.ra.
Leave Scranton for P.ethlehom, Eastou.
Reading, Harrir-burg and all Intermedial
points via D. ft II. It. It., x a.m ,12.10. 2.34, 11. ii
p.m., via D., L. ft W. K. It..O.(IO,S.08, 11.20 a. m
Leave Boranton forTnnkbvinock, Towanii,
Elmir.i, lthnca, QonSTS and All intorinedl iti
points via D. ft H. R.R.,9.07 n.m.,12 10 and 11.35
p. i.i.. via D. U W. 11 H.. 8 0S s.in.,l.:M p. m.
Leave Horanton for Roonsster, Buffalo, Ni
agara FaIis, Detroit. Chicago and nil poiiti
SrsStTMP. ftH R. ft. .'.07 ; .m., 12. lO.ti.l.i.ll.ai
p. m i i.. D. L. ft W. li. R and PitUtoti
Junction, 8.04 a m., 1J0, 8 i.i p. m., via E. ft W.
li ii 3.41 p. m.
ftorElmlrs sndthswost via Salmino i, trts
D. ti 11. It Ii. au7a,;u., 13. 10, . la p. ra . via D ,
L. ft V. B. I-'.. 08 .i.m.. tl aud 0.O7 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between Ij. ft B. Junotton or
Wilkes Barre und New York. Phiiaddpula,
Buffalo nn'l Suspension Bridge.
RUi.LIN H. WILBUR. Hon. Supt East Div.
CHA8. S, LUE. (Jan. Pasi. Ag't, Phils .Pt.
A. W.NONNEMACHER.Ass't Ojn.Pass. Au'U
South Bothlehem. Pa.
DELAWARE, LACK.'. WANNA AND
Trains loavo Scranton as follows: Express
for New York ami ah points Bast 1.40. 2.50,
6.15, 8,00 and U.ooa. in.; 12.6i and 3.50 p. m.
Express for Easton, Tronton, Philudolphla
and tho South, 6.15, b.00 aud U.ii a. in.; 12.51
nndO.fiO p, m.
Washington and way stntious, 8,63 p. m.
Tobyhanna aecouimodation, ti ll) p. m.
Expr ss for Binghaniton, Oswego, Elmira,
Corning, Bath. Dausville, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12 10, 215 a. m. and 1 2t n. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points in thj
West, Northwest aud Southwest.
Bath nccomuiodation, II a. in.
Binghaniton and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Niciiol-ou sooonittlodstlon, nt 4 p. m. and
0.10 p. m.
Binghnmton and Elmira Express, 0 05 p. m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
Uticaand Riclilield Springs, 2.15 n. m. aud 1.2
IfbSCS, 2.15 and Balh Hn. m. and 1.21 p. m.
For Northuniliorland.Plttstiin, Wilkos Barre,
Plymouth, Bloonisburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumborlaud fur
Willinnidiort, Harrisburg;, Baltimore, Wash
ington nnd the South.
Northumberland nnd Intermediate stations,
C.CXI. (AO o. in. nnd 130 aud H.07 p. m.
Nauticoao auu intermediate stations, 8.')9
and 11.2H a. m Plvmmith Bnd intormedlatJ
stations, 3oand E6i n. m.
Pullman parlor and bleeping coaches 00 all
For detailed information, pocket tun itablai,
etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket oiBoj,
32s Lackuwauuaaveuuo, or depot ticket offio
In I if, , i Juniuu v S8th, 1801.
200 207 20o "
.'02 Mi 9014
i,5i (Trains Dally, Kr-
12 ccpt suiHiiiy. )
p h Arrive Leave,
7S8H Y. Franklin St. .
7 in West 42nd streot .
7 oo, Wceliuwkon
i m Arrive Leave1 m
i 16 Hancock Juuetl'ou
o ' ii
II IB 3 34
8 is 13 38
ffl 43lf5 M
I 32 tn 53 ft -IS
7 34i 1150 8 46
7 lOlOOSi.l 51
r 43 toot i nt
7 48'10 10'3 68
7 52 10 15 4 0
7 54 10 17 4 07
7 56 ! 0 20l 410
: 'i 4 14
8 0210 21! 4 IT
8 li l 30, 4 M
t RA 'i r
5 20 1 1 33
t 1 1
i I 28
4 60111 05
All trnlns run dully except Sunday.
t. signifies that trains stop on i u ni for pas
Additlnnnl trains leave Carbondale for soran.
ton 1.10 and 0.15 p. m., arriving at scranton l.tt
Leave scranton for Carbondale 6.50 and 8.80
arriving at enrbondalo at 7.30 and 8.15 p. m.
i-ociirp rates via Ontario a Western before
SUOSASlnB tickets nnd save money. Day and
llhgt Eipross to tho West.
J.C. Anderson, Gen. Tass Agt.
f . ratcroit, Dlv. rsss, Agt. Scianton, Pa.
ERIE AND WYOMING VALLEY RAIL
Trains loave Scrantou for Now York and in
termediate points on tho Erlo rallrond at 0 35
a. tn. and 8.24 p. m. Also for HoBSSdStS,
Hawley and local points at ft 86, 8.45 S m., and
All tho above nro through trains to anal
An additional train loaves Soranton for
Lake Ariel at 6.26 p.m. aud arrives at Scran
ton from tho T.nko at 8 40 a ni and 7.;K p.m.
Trains leave for Wilkos-Barre nt 6.40 a. m.
and .i n p. m.