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TITfl SCKANTON TRTBTJ1TE SATURDAY MORTOTSrO, JtTfTB 9, 1894.
Two years bro, says the Record, the
Tlnware, Laokawanna and Weatorn
Railroad company made a tnrvey of
he flats from the main lino abovo
Forty Fort to a point near the Petit
lone shaft of the Delaware. Lncka
v.'anna and Western Coal cimpany,
poing diagonally across the Kingston
.Bats through the low.ir end of tiio West
Side park, the section where the
etablee now stand, still continning
down the flits to the island in the
river opposite tho Hilluian academy.
This week a minor is current that the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
Kailroad company intends carrying
out this project at an early date of ex
tending their line across the rivor, to
Lave a freight depot on their property
in South Wilkes-Barre and of having
n new passencer depot erect
ed across tho West Market street
bridge, not far from the Wilkes
Ilarre and E istern railroad. Thoy pro
pose to bo cloe competitors for the
passenger traffic and will niaun every
effort to mako the line betwoen Wllkos
Iinrra and New York equal to any
route now existing, The new branch
that crosses the Hats below Plymouth
to their Auchincloss and Bliss slmftn,
now sinking near Nanticoke, is almost
completed and runs into Nanticoke
borough to connect with tho main line.
As yot the streets of tbo new town by
t.'to sbai'ts are not opened, over tho hill
from the Nauticoke cemoteiy. The
new shafts when completed will have
t'10 largest virgin coal nroa of any cor
poration in Wyoming Valley. It will
t ko two years longer to have both
these mines in operation.
A soone of activity wa9 prosented to
Tun Tr.iBf.VE reporter yesterday when
he visited the place of the disastrous
fire, which occured at Nov i shaft in
l'orest City a short time ago. The new
t oiler room is nearly enclosed, the di
moniiona of the building being oOVJi)
fact. A. li. Wheeler has charge of the
carpenter work. Two now buildinirs,
ciih for the hoisting engines and the
other for the electrical apparatus, will
i wn be under construction. Tne size
vill be respectively 45 feet square, ami
48x26. The re-timberiag of the shaft
las iivRiin and will bt iinuhed us soon
Tiio extinsuishmont of the Tire at the
Colorado colliery li considered by tho
Mienandouh Herald as one of the great
est achievements in tho annals of mine
t res iu this country. Twenty years
i-no, and perhaps more recently, tlii.i
f re would have bo?n leolntod as much
a possible and left to burn itself out.
Tbja has been dono In many instances
nnd many valuable coal properties have
been destroyed. Some are 8tiil burn
ing. In the Colorado case, immedi
ri!y after the discovery of tlie fire, t!o
(fficials resorted to different water
lines and fought the tire uy and aero-n
tho pitch, never yielding a foot of
ground. The leaders and . men deter
mined to fiht persistently and took
every advantage presented to them in
crier to save this large deposit of v.ilu
nblo snthracito coal Now that
tiiis method of putting ont mino
1 res has proved a complete suc
cess it mav be the means of commend
i.ig itseil in the future to tnoso who
are mining coal unU vyiio mav be un
fortunate enough to havo a mine lire,
iieher s. Thompson, engineer at tiie
Qirsrd estate, and William A. La
t tirop, general superintendent for the
Lthiitn Valley Coal company, spjnt all
ay Tuesday at ti.e colliery and ex
1 reused, themselves satislied with the
The 1 Dsinesa depression of the past
t :ti months bns been marked by the
1 ir;r (it export trade of American rana
t:f ictures over recorded in the history
c f the country. Tho largest export of
Manufactured articles heretofore re
ported was during ihe fiscal year end
ed .tune oO, 1J-91, when the amount was
(103,827,315. The figures for tan months
of the present year have already reach
ed 1188.805.804, which indicates a total
lor twelve months of if 184,000.000 This
will be more than SO per cnt. of our
I 'it'll exports against " 10 percent, in
3803, less than 16 per cent, in 1803,
vli''!i the lsrge crop movement in
( reused the aggregate volum of ex
ports, and 19 per cant in 1801, The
comparative ri,ure tor tho ten months
e nded April 30, 1803, and April 30. 1804,
show an Inorena in ngrioaltnral im
plements from $3 213,401 to !.-3 ,038 431 ;
in cars for steam railways, from -t94
to $1,612,809. in cotton cloths irorn
t7. 806. 850 to $9,700 668; in scientific
Mid elsotrloal apparatus, from $1,068,
8C5tO f1.2S3 OflO, in houhol. furni
ture from $2 488.204 to $2,736,470; in
liooke and pvintfd matter from $1,416 -836
to $.176,366: in stationary mid
ntlier paper goods, from $1,210,323 to
$1, 575 641, end in clocks and watches
lrom $919,003 to $1,105,302.
Minor Industrial Note;?:
There is a general expectation that a
Fettlement of the soft coal strike wilt be
'ihe Delaware, Sufonehanna and Rchnyl
i:ill railroad contemplates an extension of
itn tracks into lirlfton proper.
It is estimated that the rocent. washouts
in Pennsylvania havo sensed a loss to tho
nilroads amounting to $2, 100,000.
The casualties on all American railroads
n April, 1S91, wore less than in any cor
responding month for twenty years.
James McCrea, first vico president of tho
J'onnsylvania company, is west, and will
vMt Chicago, fit. Louis and Indianapolis
before he returns to Pittebnrg.
During the year 1693 tho railroads of
the United States cared for 40,000 sick nnd
injured, representing a system of surgery
nnd medicine on 147,704 miles of lines.
The Erio (Pa.) Car-Service association
iian passed out of existence, the expense of
traintaiuiug it being greater thau the rev
enue. The Dethlohem Iron company has ship
ped two armor tubes ond one thrnst shaft
lor engine 147 to Cramp's yards. The
tubes weigh fourteen tono3 and the shaft
Vice-President dell, of tho new Eng
land. sayB: "We have arranged to bo
i npplled with fuel to run the road until
.inly 1 by tho uso of Nova Scotia and
Tbo Reading Railroad company is taking
active Bteps towards breaking up tho prac
tice of Bteallug coal from cars while pass
ing through Pottstowa. Several coal
thieves havo just been arrosteil.
The Nickle Plate management lias issnefl
orders to tho effect that any engineer
who doos not bring his train to a dead
(top before crossing tho track of another
road wjll be dismissed from tho company's
The Cumberland Valley Traction com
pany has purchased the franchise of the
Hnrrlsburg nnd Movhauicaburg Electrlo
Railway company, and will construct tho
line whioh will connect Harrisbtirg with
The steel mill of the Bethlehem Iron
company on Wednosduy made Ml tons of
the billet order for the Consolidated Stoal
and Wire company, ef Allentown. This is
the largest day's output since work on the
order was begun.
Tho Delaware, Rupqnehanna and Schuyl
kill Railroad company turn bad a large plot
of gronnd staked off below tho Drifton
shops where a large depot, freight house
and superintendent's office will bu oreeted
during the coming rammer,
Jumos L, Reuse, of Cohtrnlia, who re
cently graduated from tho University of
Pennsylvania, has been appointed assist
ant suporiutvudetit of the colleries of
Lentz, Lily & Co., and L. A. Reilly & Co.,
at Centralis and Park Place, of which his
father Is superintendent.
Euoklen'a Arnloa Salvo.
Tho best salve in the world for (Tut e
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Totter. (Jbapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, am! posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay tequlrod. It
it guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Prico to ceute per
box. Por solo by Watthews Bros.
BOME remarkable cures of doafness nro
recorded of Dr. Thomas' Eleclrio Oil.
Never fails to cure earache.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Storks and Bond.
New Yor.K, June S. Stocks were lower
at. the opening. Bogar fell from lOflJi to
1(M). There were realisations on a liberal
scale is this specialty and in addition there
was some Belling for the short account. In
tho final transactions speculation was
steady. .Not charges show gains of to 1
per cent. Sugar lost i7 . Manhattan, I.
The total sales were lOflUOU shares.
Tlie following complete taliis enowim tho
duy n Bnetnatioas in sotive i"e!ta is uuppiied
sail revised dally by LaBar & Fuller, stock
brokers, 121 Wyoinlnz avouue:
Opon- Hlah' Low clee-
Inc. est. est. inir.
Am. Cot. oil -iH -Mi Ki
Am SuKar lev.., IUTM 10IU liuatg
A.T.&H. P IN 7)J 8
Con. N.J 100M 107t4 10i KliVs
Ohio N. w iuo iidhS ltM I00W
Q., B. & Q 79 ;H 7KK
C'hle. (JaF. 76M 7T 75Vf 7tl',(i
C. .O.C. A8t. I KH IBM B7g 'Mi
Col., Hock. Val. AT
D. It H
1., 1. ft w
u. s u. it mt i
(i.'i3. Co IIT'j
L. ft N IA)4
MM. l'ae VS
Nat. Lead !
N. Y. A N. E
N. Y. Central MM
N. Y..O.& W I5ij
N. Y.. S. Ac W l.'i'J
P. S. ('. Co iI4?ii
'orth Pnc 4
North l'ae. pt HI
Hoi k Island t'.i'.s
fit. Paul Cej
T., '. ft I IS
Texas ft Par,.., !
I Dion Paelrlc 1.114
Wabash of 1012
v.'. si irn union W3
w.ft l. r li?,
V,'. ft U E. rf 4 Pi
!Mli 11V4 Ifl
148 Mj u
l.Sivj S71i 'M
BUM DBM 08M
UM 16M ISM
I6M IBM 1114
MM aiii WA
4M, 14 1(4
17M in 17',
mi ma p,(4
UM 118 iiS
DIM W'i SIM
IBM " 14
D O M
UM ISM ir,u
iom isQ l
11 ll Hs
4I7.J 41 MM
Cbichco Gram and Provlloni.
F'cnAKTOK, Juno 8. Tie followinst quota
tions ar. snpiilinil and corrected dally by La
Kar ft fuller, stock brokorll!l Wyouiln.' avc-
WITKAT. Jalv. Bepi Bee
Opealng .WW 0154 (i4:lh
Ellgtteet mi iiU-4 1:114
Lowest 48 at .(if,
Clesinir tOK 04 a.4
Oponlntr 4114 41'4
Hlghost 41?c ....
Lowest lt.i 41:54
Closing 4is 4-'
OpeninB ISM !
Hlghsst witj tOM
Lowest Mi W'i ....
Closina M)U auaj ....
Opening 1202 mi
Highest UM UU
Lowest ind U1S
Clcelnjr..... 13200 WJ ....
oj "Hiujf C7i m
Highest 075 HS
Lowest t'M eNi
C'loiiiiB fc70 CS)
8H(JBT HI lis.
Opening 122 fi"n
illlfllest MS cn
Lowest iiM (.17
Oidelng uw en
flcranton 'Whcdisailo Market.
SORAirrORj Juno 8. Fruit and P.o
met: Dried apples per pound,fia7c. : evep
orated applets iiaitc. per pound; Torkiih
prunes, 5a.r'ac.; English cunauts. SoSJafc,;
layer raisins. fl.T8al.80 muscatels, Jl.oila
1.40 per box; new Valencios, 7a74c. per
BlAin Marrowfats. ?2.7oa2.8b por
bushel; mediums. 51.75al.!)0.
i'HAH (ireen, 41. l.lal.aiptr bushel ;split,
SS.fi0a2.60i lentelg,,1 tot'c. per pound.
Potatoes 00ia?l per bushel.
OniONS Bermudas, crates, $2.40n2.J0;
Egyptians, ?2.7Ba,2.f;.'i bags.
Boran 16a to lSlfe. por lb.
HKitB HalOc!-;. per lb.
' Eotia Fresh, Via. 14J4&
Povltry Chickens, drossod, 13 to 13c. :
turkeys, 12 to 18c.
MfcATS Hsms, lie.; small hams, lle,;
skinned hams. I0K&I California hams,
B$40.t shoulders,. ;b11ies, hc; smoked
breakfast bacon, lie.
tiMOKED Bur Outsldes, HKc-; sets,
UMe.) tusides and Knuckles, 15o.
Pobk Mess at 15: bhort cut, iio.
Laud Loaf in tierses nt Co.; in tabs.
P5fc.; In 10-pouad pails, in 5-ponnd
palls, 0c; H-pound pails. 10. pr
iiKKF Choice snar cured, smoked beef,
Flouk Minnesota patent, per barrel
f4.-Oa4.40; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
48.60; Graham at ta.60; rye Hour, at
Fkb-Mixed, per cwt, at 95c.
Or.Ais Kyo, use.,-corn, 60to51e.; oats,
SO to 52c. pet bushel. ,mrTJII
Rts Stiuw Per ton J'.lalS. ,
liAY-11.50 to 1.
New York Prr.duce Marliat.
Nitw York. Jnue 8, I'Loun-Fniilp r.r
tive, held higher.
Wheat Dull. IValUfl liltrlw..
ing firm; No. 2 red, store and eleva
tor, 61 "ic: alloat. 62aflSVc .: f. o. b.. C.l.i
68n.; Nu. I northern. 70'n70c: options
wer fairly sclivo, with tho eloo strong
'"ialc. up; No.2, reil, June, UVai July,
flSJiCi August, ()0c; Hcptumber, 5c.;
COUN Stronger, dull; No. 3, 41!c. ele
vator; 4SJ0. ailout: options active, firm,
at alc. advaufft; June,46X. .luly,45c;
AtlRUSt, :i5c; fcioptemlm '7c.
Oats Dull, firm; options less active,
docidcdly hiahor, closing firm) June, 47o.:
July, tSWo.: August H7ic., September,
X-l.'fc. Boot prieps, No. 1 white, .18a4HXe.;
No. 3whito. 474c; mixed woatern, white
Uo. nnd white state, 40a52c.
Ci;t Mkat Firm,
IjAUU--Quiot, firmer; wnntcrn steam,
closed at 17.001 city, Hytfr.0'c. ; July, 47.10;
Hepteralicr, 7.20; leliuud, dull; continent,
$7.6."; Hauth America, $7.80; compound,
POBK Quiet, Arm.
llUTTKit Firm, fair demand; state dairy,
12J$al7r.; do. creamery, 15al8u.: Pennsyl
vania, do. ISalSr.i western dairy, 10al4e
do. veamery, MalSc; do., factory, !0a
lH4c.: elgius, 18c.; imitation creamery.
( HEKSK Fair demand, steady; atato
Eoos Fairly nctlve, firmer; state and
Pennsfrranta, I4iai7c; western freiih
i!)ai4c; do. per east, $;..Ws$8.25.
Philadelphia Tallow Uarknt.
PHILAPII.mia. June 8, -Tallow ran
dull nnd weak. Prices were: Prime
city in hogsheads, 4c: prime country,
in barrels, Sc; do. dark In barrele,
4c; cakes Sc.; grease, 4c.
Tboso who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and tbeiss who
have, not, have now the opportunity to try
it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
aud got a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
iiamn and address to li. E. Ilucklen ft Co.
Chicago, and gel, a sample bos of Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Free, as well an a
ropy of Qnlde to Health and Houhold
Instructor. Free. Alt of which is guaran
teed to do you i;ood nnd cost you nothing.
Matthowa Uros. Drugstore.
Or don't you notico tho difference in our pricos,
and the prices usually charged even by the
stores that claim to sell very low. Why the
simple fact is we are away below any store in
this valley. Yes, we repeat we are away be
low any concern in this valley or in the state
in prices on first class goods so far a3 we can
learn. We do not handle a large line of fancy
goods, but we do have a big stock and full as
sortment of strictly FIRST CLASS staple
goods. Nor do we use any one or two articles
as bait to draw trade. Oar plan is to cut the
price on everything just as much as we possi
bly can so that you will very seldom find a
single article in our store that we are not sail
ing for less than it can be bought anywhere
else and furthermore while we are always do
ing our best to get at and keep the prices clown
we never for a moment loose sight of quality.
No article can come into our store unless it is
at least standard quality but is much oftener
EXTRA than otherwise.
We have a large trade and we often think
when we put the selling price on an article and
know what th9 same good3 are invariably sold
at that it is strange why we do not sell all the
goods in our line that is sold in the city and
have to conclude that it certainly is not on ac
count of quality or price, but must b3 for some
other reason. While we did not intend to
quota any prices in this article we will men
tion a few just to prove what we say and see
if you don't wonder also if what we say h cor
rect why we do not sell all or nearly all of the
goods sold. Of course each dealer has friends
who trade with him for friendships sake know
ing all the time that they are loosing money
by so doing. Now while wo appreciate friend
ship yet we want every person who buys good3
of us to be fully satisfied that they get good
valua for their money or we would actually
prefer to miSs the trade But here are soma
prices as proof of our statements, wo avoid
the large articles simply to show that we do
not confine our low pricos to soma of the lead
Canned Tomatoes, extra quality, usually sold at
12c,, we are soiling for 8c.
Bartlett's Shoo Blacking,larg box, regular price,
10c; we give 3 boxes for 10a
Vienna Bread, large loaf, neve:- sold less than
10c; you can buy it from us 2 loaves for 15c,
Fancy Table Butter, that sells for 20 to 25c, we
offer at 17c
Tea that brings 75c a pound and in some stores
$1, we only ask 45c
And Tea that sells for 40c. ou can buy from us
Gloss Starch, pound packages, worth 8c, we will
Corn Starch, also is usually sold at 8, we sell it at
And a 3-pound can of G oss Starch that you
wouid have to pay 25 for anywhere else, you
can buy of us at 14c.
Abie's Fie Preparation, always sold for 10c, or 3
for 25, we offer you at 5c,
Cigars that could not bo bought elsewhere for
less than $1.25 a box, we sell at 60c
And aside from offering goods much lower
than any other establishment in the state wo
believe we have on8 of the most complete
stocks of groceries in the state. Whenever
anything new in our line comes on the market
and has merit we add it to our stock. We
wholesale a great many goods and at figures
lower than exclusive wholesale houses. Our
cigar and tobacco stock is complete. Our tea
and coffee contains as fine a line of both as can
be brought together. Our confectionary stock
includes the fine grades in abundance as well
as the more staple varieties of confection. We
serve as fine Soda Water at 3c. a glass as can
be had in the city at any price. In our butcher
shop we handle as much and as line a grade of
beef and other meats a3 any in Scranton and
from 2 to 4 cents a pound lower than any shop
in tho city. On Tuesdays', Thuus days' and
Saturdays' we have a full assortment of green
vegetables 26 per cent below market rates.
Finally we think we are sofe in saying that
wo give more and better goods for the money
that any concern in Pennsylvania. Here are
some of the reasons wa have for wondering
why we do not sell all or nearly all of the
groceries sold in Scranton. Come and see if
you can fine us misrepresenting facts in any
of the above assertions. We would like to
have your trade or part of it and will make it
worth your while to buy of us.
F. P. PRICE, Agent..
J I Oil
Lomi CAiisoN.of Snr-
iiniir, Mich., writes: "I hnvo
been troubled with a tnrrihlo
he&dfcche tor about two years
ninl could not nt nnytliini;tu
help me. hut at lust a frii'nil
drleed mo to tnko yonr Bun
DOCK llMion BlTTBHI, which
1 did, ami aftur tukinu two
bottlei. 1 bftva nut hud tho
Application for privileges
should be made 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, Idore Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, ae what
will recommend them to our
Hejinfacturerg Of tho Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
Booms 1 and 2 Commonwsalth Bld'g,
Undo at tbo JlOOKin nnd CUdil
Lafilin & Rand Powdor Co.'
ORANGE GUN POWDEB
Electrio Battcrlon, Fngoi for explod
ing blasts, Ktfety Fuso and
RcpaunoChcmicol Co. 's High Explosives
Pnalof the Herd quality fjr domestlo nse,aud
Orders loft at my ofllco.
M. 118, WYOJ1INO ATKNITK,
lonr room, first lloor. Thirl Nntloual Bank
or sent tiy m.ill or telephone to the mine, will
icccivM jiroinpt nttontlon.
Special coutrachi will be mado for the
aud delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
WML T. SMITH.
"T)R. O. KUQAK DEAN baa removed to Olfl
iZltfSS!? i? Canton, U. (Juat op
loalta cuurt-hou5o Square.)
T)K. A. J. CON NULL, Office XII Wwdnau'oa
crnor Spruce etreot oyer
mMte a drue etore. Residence, 728 Vino at.
tao to 7.80 p. m. 8uudayLto8j. m.
T)I'.. W. E. ALLEN, Offloi cor. C
. wanna ond Washington uvea.; oror Leon
ard etiou store; office huura, 10 to 12 a. m. and
eto I p m.; evenings at reetaeuce,
1 ) i . L. Smj, iraoUo limited to Dl
m cate too No d Turoat;
office, 141 Wyoming uvo. Rosidonoe, 6S Vina
DU. L M. GATES. 1J Washington Avenue.
Ofllco houra, B to I a.ui., l.iju to ii and 7
to 8 p.m. Residence HOP Madison avenue
joHW L. WHNXZ, M."D.,"offlcM fcfund"ST
(omiiionuealth building; residence 711
Mndtaonavn; office hours. 15 to 14, 3 to 4, 7 to
8; Sundays 2.1)0 to 4. evenlngo at residenoo. A
pecUIty made of dlroaaes of tho eye, ear. nose
and throat and gyriooology.
J JU. C. RANCH'S Law aud Collection of.
. floe, No. 817 Bjpruco t, opimslto Koroat
Iiouso. Scranton, Pa,; collections a specialty
throughout 1'nnnsylvnnla; reliable correspond
cuts In evory county. 1
IEHSUl'8 HAND, Attorney, and Counael
O lois at Law. Couinionivoolth biUldiug,
WashmgtoD avo. VV. H. Jissrp,
iioiiACE E. Hand,
v. ii. ji:k.sui, Jn.
WU.UARO, WARREN & KN API', Attor
oefiaod Counseldrs at Law, Republican
...muiuu, y unnniguin .ive.. nerantnu, 1'a.
IJAlitltSoN js WILCOX, Attorneys aud
X Counsellors at Law; offlcus U and 8 Library
building, Bcrauu.ii, Pa.
BOtWaU R PATTBRHOK
! 11.1.1 AM J. WILCUX.
A LI-'RISD IIANU. WILLIAM J. HANI). At
IX tonieya and Couusellors, Commonwealth
building. Hmtnvl(. J) anil 21.
VV 1,1-J'.)YLB' Aftorney-at-Law.Noii.lO and
JJtJO, Hun- Imildluir, Wiishincton avenue.
ENh'V M. SKELY-Law offlcea In Prlea
nu.ming, i; waenington aveiuto.
L'HANK T. OK1.LL, Attorney at' Law. Room
x i, coal j.iccliangii. Scranton, Pa.
;U,','T,0rW- '-"WKV. ( Atfys7"i'7 WaBhinn-O-n
VON BTORCH. ftonuv . 1 II. s,,uL,o
1AMEBW. OAKPOHD, Attorney at Law.
Sol, M' EOUAli, Attorney uC Law
.in .-ni-ucent., scranton. J'n.
A. WATlUt Attorney at Law,
I.'"i:vv ,.,. si ranUin. Pa.
J P. SMITH. CouiMillor at Law. Office,
- rooms M, .. U C(,niinimv...iith 1. mi, ,,,.
14. PITCHER. Attorney at Law, Com
nionwealtli hiillalng. BorMton. 1'n.
U COMEOVB, ail Spruno st.
Oil. REPLOOLB, Attorney-Loans noKO-
Mated on r. :1 enti.tn securRMOB Spruce.
5 1 '' K! I.LA M, At tornev-oTt-Uw. W Wr
5JAVEYOUU pSpa ANU MOIITUAOK8
JJ.r,'.tu" ",ld acknowledged by J. W.
HIUIWMMI. Attorney nnd Notary Public, as
SCHOOL OP THE LACKAWANNA. Srran
U ton. Pa., preiar?a boys and girls lorcollcgi
pr nubinura: thoroughly traina young clilldr.:n.
i'aUktIM at rouuoat.
Rf.v. Thomas M CA.v
, Wam'kh 11. Hutu
MISS WOHCEBTEB'S IClNDHBaAUtBif
and School, 412 A dan..' avenue. PupiU
r colvod i.t ail times, lext term will opeu
" LAfJBACH, burgeon WontWI; Wo, "llj
n yomiiur ave.
nffjea i'oai ISgctatnire.
T'HK RBPUpLlO BkVingi and Loan Ajoo
i cmtion will loan you m .ncy on easier temn
iii.l pay yon better on investment than ntiy
tlier awodntiiKi. Call on S. N. CALL LN
TORj Dime Phiih 1 d i ng
rj. K. CLARK CO., rVcdomen. HorlstJ
vt and Nnnerymoni store iu Washlnctoa
tr.witie; (TOGS h"iiflo,ial North Slain avenue;
.fur - Ti leplniH 7S:.'.
OgAKO UNION TEA CO.. .lones Bria
OS. KUETTEL, 5i3 Lnckawauiu nvonu
Hcranton. Pa., niatiuf r i f Wire Hi riiena
HOTELS AM RESTAURANT.
nu. aei MieiniL u-zni wvominir
live. RooaU healed with Kteam: all m(
: n lmprover.ionta C. M. Tiu iiAW. Prop.
rpli: ELK CAPE, IK and 127 Franklin avo
1 nuo. ilater. rcu.ieuable.
i', ZiEdi.En, PronrleUjr.
v n lht' r?xr,-.T ?.,
... v.. i V(J.,.J1, iBitiiAgor.
Siiteonth rtreet, one block cast of Rroadwav.
-, C- XT .
t inuii omiuiu, aiow lora.
Ariirlrau plan, jwai per dav and upward.
(OYNE hOCSli European pLtnt 'gTiod
J rooms. Opcu day and nlghC Bar ' sup.
piled wltu tho ucst.
1' n. roVNR. rronrietor.
(..'CRANTON HOUSE, near U & W. pa
i I tcngor depot. Conductd on the European
plan. Vkitoii Kock. Proprietor.
( ' It AND CENTRAL i he largest anil bait
J nnulpie1 hotel In Allontown, Pa; ratal
V- and J2.M per day.
VIOVOS D, flAHNr.n, Proprietor.
AVIS HOU1T, Arehlteot, Rooms 21.
I'll and ft) Commonwealth b'ld'g. Kcrantnn.
L. WALTER, Architect. Library uuiid
Ing. WyoinlnS avenue. Scranton.
L BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
building. 120 Washington Ave.,!Acrnntoa
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIC FOR
i al! . picnics, partis, reeeptlona wed
clings ami concert work furnished. For terms
v.i'ii i". . 11. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulbort's music storo.
ORTON D. SWAUT3-WIIOLESALK
JumlMir, Price tnuldlii. Scranton, Pa
MKOAHUEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
fupphes, envelojina, papor bags, twiue.
Wurohouso. UM Washtngtoa ave., Scranton.
"IXKITE'S LIVERY. 1588 ( apouso avenue.
J First claws MlttafM. O. L. FOOTB, Agt
I-'unerul Hirector and Ernbulmer.
nBAVK P. BROWN A CO.. WHOLF,"
J side rb alms in Wood Ware, Cordago and
Cloth, 7"0 W. Luckawanna nveimo.
EZRaVJnN 'STboNsT bldcrsdcWtmifr
tora. Yards: Corner olive si. and Adaiot
avo.; corner Ash et. aud Ponn ave.. Scranton
IS THE BfST. Oet prlcei and
fee the (uraace and be con
vinced. A fftll line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
NWURUa AMI Vi II.K HAI'.RF. PA.. liANUFACTCiitliS ).'
ij Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office. SCRANTON. PA,
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, lnsurlnj
cleanliness aud comfort.
TIMU CABU IN Bt'FLCT MAY 20, 1S0L
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston, Wilkes.
Barro, etc., at 8.31. 11.15, 11.30 a. m., 12.50. 2 0'J,
W, 6.0(1, 7.25, 11. U5 p. m. Sundays, 0.00 a. m..
For Ailantic City, 8.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.9)
(express) a. m.. 12.50 (eipross with Buffet
parlor car). li.UO (exprossj p. m. Sunday, 2.18
roit tuaucii cnuNK. Allentown, Betiilb
bem, Eabtok and Pmiladklmiia, H.ai a. m..
12..50.1SU, 5.00 (exoept Philadelphia) p. m.
Buiiday, 2.15 p. m.
For Loo BitARcn, Ocean Gkove, otc, at
B.20 a. in., 12.50 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Hnrrlsburg, via
Allentown, 8.20 a. ni., 12.50, 6.00, p.m. Sunday,
2.16 p. m.
i or l'ottsvnie, v:m a. m u.ffl p. m.
BetOmiBB. leave Now York font- of t.lhnrtv
Mroet, North river, at 1110 (express) a. m..
i.iu, i.ou, -..iio teaprea witii nuliet parlor ear)
p. m. Sunday, 4.SI a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Rcadiiig Terminal, 0.03
. m., liOO snd 4.;n p. m. Sunday, (1.27 a. m.
Through tickets to all points at lowest rati
may bo had on application In advance to the
ticket agent nt tnj ttati n.
H. P. BALDWIN,
J. n. OLHAUSEN.
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing .May 20. Vm.
trains will run as follows:
Trains leavo Bridge Stroel
Station, Beranton, (or Pitts-
hill. Willri.u.l'srrr, nt,. M 1 10
ftll-07, tt7, 10.42 a. m., 12.10,
;S. 2..iS, 4.1ii. 5.15, 0.15, 0.15
and 11.115 p. m,
For Now York nnd Philn
deli.hia. KllUa. m 12.10. LU
US, 4.1(1 nnd 11,80 p. m.
For HouoHdals(troiu Delawiro.Lnokaw.inna
and western depot), 7 00, 8.9), 10 10 a.m., 12.00
in.. 2.17, 5.10 p. m.
For Carhonoale and intermediate stations.
6.40, 7.00. KM, 10.10 a. m 12.00 m.,2.17, 3.85,5.10,
8,9(1 and 0 35 p. m.; from Iirldgo Street Depot,
2.KI a. in., 2.17and 11 .".5 p, m.
Fust oxpres-i to Albany, Saratoga, tho Adi
rondack Mountains Ballon and New England
points, 5.40 a in., arriving at Albany 12.-1.5.
Saratoga 2.20 p. m., and luavlne Scranton nt i
p. m., arriving at Albany nt8.6i.ip. m,, Sara
toga. 12 55 a. tu , and U- siou. 1J03 a. m.
Tiio only direct rout" betwoen the goal fields
and Boston. "The Lending Tourists' Route
of America1' to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lakes George and Cbatnplain, Montreal,
Tlmo tables showing local and through train
service bo! ween stations 011 all division Dola
whim and lludKou mtom, may be obtained at
nil Delav.'iiru and Hudson ticket ofl.-ri'.
H. U. VOUN(i. J. VV, BCIIDICK.
-Second Vice Previdenl Gen. Paaa An
II A V I t, 1XJ4.
Train leaves Beranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. D, A: 11. B 11. at 8 11.1:1.. 12.111,
and 11,8ft p. m viaD.,L. &V. li. R., liom
8,(H,ll.20a. 111., and 1.80 p. mi.
Leave Scranton for PiUstnn n;id Wilkos
Barre via D.. L & W. B, It.. U.l, 8 08, 11 )
a. m.l.iW, 8.W (i.07. 8. " n, m.
Loave Scrnnbin for White Haven, Hnzlotou,
Pottaville ami all point ou tho Beaver
Meadi.w and pottsvillo bnuiebej, via K. ,w W.
V.. (i ill a.m., v. a !). & !L il. R. nt 8 a.m., 12.10.
4.1Gp.ia, vial)., L. & Y. U. L ... , 8.03,
ll.'iu.m., 1.8B, :irip.m.
Leave Beranton for Bethlehem, fatten,
BeadluB, Hiirii.--lit-.ru and all Injkrmedlate
points v,a D. & II. II. R., 8 a m .12.10. .:H. 11.8
tun , via D , L. ii W. li. R..6.00.8.08. 11.20 a, m
Loave Scranton for Tunkhniioek. Towail 1 S
Blmlra, Ithaca, O-mevu and all latermedliH
poinn via D. & H. K.H.,l.7 m., 12 pi and IIJU
p, m.. via D. L. W. U It.. s.0 a m.,M p in.
LsaT Bcranto 1 for ibwilustor, ButTtlo. SI
agaru Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all point
west via D. A It It. !!. !'.n: i-.m..)'.' ItvUUI 3i
p. n., via V. L. A W. P.. It and PittatOt
Junction, 8.08 am,, I JO, 8.AU p. m.. via E. Ss Wi
H, it., 8-41 p. m.
For Giotra and tni waet via Baltmtno x, vi
D, 41 II. It. It. 0.7 a.m., 12 10,8.1', ;.. m . v a D .
L. ite W. R. It.. ,8.0-S a.m.. I .-in and 0,07 p. m,
Pullman parlor and a'.ooplug or I V- onalr
cars on nil trains between ,t P.. Jnnatl m .r
Wllkas-Rarre and New IforlS, l'nilad ly lla,
B ilT.do nnd Susii -n-ion 'Inibro
ROLLIN H. VVll.liUlt, Boa. Supt- F.istDiv.
OHAB. S, LKB. (bin. Poaa. Ag't, Phila ,P.
AW.NONNEMACHER.Aiis't O.'n.Poai Ag'fc
l-uth Bethlehem. Pa.
DELAWARE. LACKAWANNA A.D
WEKTEBN RAH. ROAD
Trains loave Scranton an follows: Express
tor Now York and ah npinti Kait 1.40, tMk
6.11, Wm r.ad II an a. in. ; 12 5' and 3.50 p, m.
Express for Baston, Trenton, I'hiladelphti
aud tha Soutli, 5.15, 8.00 aud 0.5, a. in.; 12.51
and 3.50 p. tu.
Washington and way station 8.68 p. m.
Tubyhanna accommodation, 0.10 p. m.
Ujir sm for Blugbar.iton, Oswego, Eiiulra,
Corning, Bath, DaimvUla, Mount Morris a:id
Buffalo. 12.10, 2 15 a. m. and 1 21 11. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points In th
Wiut, Northwest and Southwes'.
Bath acooiuuiodatlon, V a. m.
Blnghaniton and way 3tnllon3, 12.37 p. m.
Mienolion accommodation, at 4 p. nt and
6 H p. m.
Binghsmton end Ebnlra Express. 0 05 p, m.
Express (or Cprtlandj Syracuse, Oswe.r
Ctica und RichllcU Springs, 2.15 a m. and 1.21
Ithaca. 2-15 and Bath Ha. m. nnd 121 p. m
For Northumberland.Plttstcn, YVIlkos-Barra,
Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Willlamsport, lltiri Isburg, Baltimore Wash
ington and the South.
Korthumb. rhiud snd Intermediate sUtlouj,
8 00. 0.55 a n. und 1.30 and 0 07 . m-
Nanticoao ana intermediate stattona, 8.t
aud 11.211 a. m Plymouth and lntormodlat
stations, 3Alaud S.5i p. m- . ,,
Pullman parlor una sleeping coacbeo on all
express trains. ., , , ...
For dotatlod Information, pocket tim tiibl,)
etc., apply to M. L. Smith, ctty ticket ,
52-1 LackawanuaavciiUJ. or dc;:ot ticket oltic
In KfllMt Jo r 2hili. 1RD4.
much Oh nnd,
200 207 203
a ! 6
fcic &,!. M li rnins Ltanr, nx-
ii I 11 'l Mllliue . j
m Arrive lvhw
7!N. Y. Franklin s
7 10 west 42nd st.rci't
r m Arrive beaTH
0 mli .
II C; ,
C 18 ,
: .... 241
64J .... 25.'
' .... t
v io a mi r. ii
7 M I 4(1 8 84
7 :.T 0481881
6 .121 1 1 41
5 '27 III 10
r w w u ra 4s
5 SO 11 .11
r 81 0M1 .1 45
T 40 10 08j 8 81
7 13 III 05' 3 64
7 4S 1 iu 8
7 SI 10 15 4 04
7 fifl 10 til 4 10
8 08)14 ST 4 f
8 0V10 r.O, 4 98
A MA If I
16- !1 1
488 11 10
4 60 11 OS
All t rains run didly except Sunday.
t Blsulllcs that trains stopou signal for pea.
Aadlflonal trains leavo rnrbondale uv scran
tan l.io aud 0.15 p. in., arriving at Scranton i.ol
Leave Sernnton for Carbondale fi.60 and 8.88
arrlvtng at cartvindnln at 7.86 and 0.15 p. ra.
secure raus via ontnrlo Wcalcrn beforj
purchasing tickets and save money. Bay aud
hUigi. Eiprchs to the Weal.
J. C. Anderson, On. Pass. Ajft.
V. mtoratt, Dir. Paw, Agt. Beranton, Pa.
i.itii. and wkoMiNii valley rail
M'ralu. leavo Scranton for New York and in
tfrmcdlato nolnts on the Erie railroad at 881
a. m. and 8.21 p m. Also for Homwdnle.
Iiavley and local, points at 0115, 0.46 n.m . and
8 21 P in.
Ail tho above aro through trains to and
fi lm Honmvlalo.
AU additional train leavos Sorantn for
Late Ariel nt 6 25 p.m. and nrrlvos nt Reran
lot from-the Like at 8 40 a m and 7.85 p.m.
Troinii leave tor Wilkos-Barro at 8.411a, m.
ml 0.41 r. tu.