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SHE SCKANTON TRJBTTKE WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1894;
Under tus term of an order just is
ined by Bnpttlotendent Alex Mitchell
of the Wynming division of tlio Le
high Valley, nil engineers mid firemen
will hereafter bo under the direction
of the muster mechanics and road for
meu of engines, except when on duty
on the road. The mailer mechanics
nnd road foremen will alsolmvo charge
of the assignment of engines and (he
mus of euuinecrs end firemen. Here
tofore the dispatchers had Charon of
all engineers and iiretuen, but they
were not sufiicicntly familiar with
George Cromwell, ironoral manager
of thp Indiana Iron company, of .Mutt
oie, lad. , an institution which sac
cee'led In keepin; its mills running
during the past year, says regarding
the outlook: "I think that by next
fall the iron business will pick up end
will aee a general resumption in mills
nil over the country. The stocks on
hand in most of the warehouses are
being cleaned out and better prices
At today's meeting in Now York of
representatives of the eastern trunk
lluoe it is thought the problem of the
cancellation of through rates will be
settled finally. Eastern offiol tlx tnnni
luotisly favor the coiititiunuce of the
present system, but acknowledge th'-y
mnst yield to the demand of western
lines. The, hneis of equalising ri tes
via the different junctions will be that
western lines will stand the lots on
westbound tonnage nnd eastern linei
oa eastbound. Owing to the much
l irgr eaatbouud touuHa the eastern
lines wiil be tlio greater sufferers. To
attempt to figure out the details of the
equalization would bo idle, as there are
juuetion points every twenty mill I be
iweeu C'nicigo and JSt. Louis an 1 a
dozen or more connecting lines for
short distances between eastern and
western roads. All rates will be based
on the Finn of the locals and through
billing wili be used as at present, the
position of tho shipper not b dug chang
ed in the least. Oa grain via Ubtoago
for example, at the 20-2ent rate, Chi
cago to New York, the through rate
will be so divided as to make the East
ern proportion 19 cents. In no case
will there be a greater difference than
10 per ceut. of the rate, tho average
beiug nndoi ."i p?rcent. This, in mm,
will be nearly evened up on traffic in
tho opposite direction, making a los
in gross earnings to eastern roads of
barely 1 per cent, by the cancellation
of through rates.
A nest of four boilers has been put
in place about 3,000 feet southwest of
the Vundling breaker. A correspond
ent of the Forest City News says: The
boilers are to be used to generate steam
for a hoisting engine, which will he lo
cated near the boilers, and for the
steam pumps in the mines. An eighth
inch bore bole has been put down,
about 400 feet west of the boilers, to
carry steam down to run the pumps. A
0-inch pipe is put in the bore hola cas
ing and a 4-inch steam pipe i3 placed
inside the larger pipe. Between the
outer edge of the bore hole and the
first pipe cement is run in. Northeast
of the boilers another eighth inch pip
will be put in, which will carry a rope
from thu hoisting engine down into the
mines una which will be used to pull
cars to the main level. A threi-.dghths
inch pipe for a speaking tube, and an
electric bell signal will also he con
veyed from the mine to tho top by the
tine bore hole. Ground has been
broken for the water tauk which will
supply the boilers. It will be 20x12
feet in dimensions and wiil have a ca
pacity of about 5,000 gallons.
jMinok Notes of Industry:
Firo on Monday threatened tho Lnttirner
breaker for a time, but was extinguished
without groat less.
For the next few months A. P. Van
Wicklo's new Beaver Meadow breaker will
be forced to its utmost capacity.
The Beaver Brook colliery shipped HO
cars via the Jersey Cuutral to tide water
on Thuiaday and about the same amount
Tho Cooko Locomotive works at Pnter
fon aro entirely shut down, no men being
employed thero except those neoesiary to
keep things in order.
The striking miners of the Silver Brook
colliery returned to work yesterday, Ttie
slate pickers pet 5 cents more per per day
auu me uuibiuu men lucenta more.
Some timo sgo it required ten hour to
bring from 200 to 250 cars to the surface at
No. 1 Ybrktown slope. Unoday last week
808 cars were hoistod out In niuo hours.
Tho Lake Erio and Western shows an
increased burdness, receiving and forward
ing at lndinuapolis 403 loaded cars, fifty
five more thuu In the week ended Juno '20.
The shipments of anthracite by take thus
far this reason show a decrea of VMi, 187
net tons a compared with 1803, and n de
crease of 52,Gl-li net tons as compared with
The Pennsylvania lines are doing hotter,
last week handling at, Indianapolis 3,530
loaded carp, against 8,188 In the Week
ended June '.I, and against 3,404 in tho cor
responding week of 1393.
In a rock drilling contest at Suburban
park, Wilkes-Barre, last Friday, Lewis
Bevon and party, of .Miner's Mills, drilled
soventeon inches in ten minutes, winuiug
a prize of J18 against four contestants.
The train crews on tbn through lino of
the Wilkes-Barre and Eastern change at
Stroudsburg. Those between Wilkes
Barre ana Stroudsburg make two round
trips a day, and between New York and
Stroudsburg ono round trip,
Lizzie P. Ryinati, w idow of W. S. Ry
mnn, who was killed at tho Haalestreet
crossing of tho Central railroad at Wiiki s
Barre, June 0, will suo tho company for
fci5,ooo damages, ohariing reckless run
ning of the curs over the crossing.
Soys the Stroudsburg Times: John
White has been changed from tho mail to
conductor of the fast train between
diseases are caused by im
pure or depleted blood. The
blood ougiit to bo pure and
rich. It is made so by
the Cream of Cod-l!vcr Oil.
Scrofula and Anosmia are
Overcome also, and Health y
Flesh Is built up. Physicians,
the world over, endorse it.
Don't U decGlvsd by Substitutes!
Prepared by Scott i, Berne, N, Y, AO Dimsijis,
RtrondshiiM and N aw York. He mnko'i I
ouo rouud trip daily, Williams Monks has
been promoted from the way freight to
conductor of tho mail to Bucceod White,
and Jabez Shannon will manage tho
freight between Two Bridges and Strouds
burg. The "Dinkey" combination was
left unbroken, and "Al," "Bert" aud
"Mike'' are still in charge.
The Pennsylvania railroad reports that
its coal and coke tonnage (or the year thus
far has been 5,888,9T8 tons, compared with
B,7T9,718 tons In the corresponding period
of 1893, a decrease of 8,948,748 tous, of
Whioh 4.883,498 tens wore coal, a decrease
of 1,731, 'Jill tone, and 1,181,477 tous coke, u
decrease of 1, 118,894 tons.
Tim Wilkto-Barre and Bias tern people an
undoubtedly contemplating an ex ension
through to wflllamiporti One route in
high favor would bo from Harvey 's Lake
on through Boss township, down Banting
ton creek to what ll known as Marshall
Hollow, coming out near Register and fol
lowing the creek around, crossing the Ber
wick and North Mountain turnpike near
wnat used to bo Ash's tannery, or n mile
and a half north of (.'ambra, and continu
ing on along Raven creek through Money.
If this is put through it will make a much
shorter route to and closer connection
with Vi'illinmsport than thero has been
EysrPi and IiutiKSStlon
In their worst forms are cured by tho
use of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or if you need a tonic to regain
fleas and lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take p, P. p., aud you will be strong and
healthy, fe'or shattered constitutions and
lust manhood P. P. P. (Prlokly Ash, Poke
Kootand Potassium) is tho king of all
medicines. P. P. P. in the greatest blood
purifier In the world. For sale by all
In Holland, Mich., 0. J. Doesbury, pub
lishes the Ni'ws, and in Its columns stront
ly recommends Or. Thomas' BcleotrioOil
for coughs, colds, sore throat, catarrh a-id
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Stocks and Ponli.
NfSW York, June 12. There was a firm
opening to the railway aud miscellaneous
snare speculation on the announcement of
tho settlement of the coal stiike. Most of
the b'iyi";:. however, was for the account
of tho shorts who had sold the market yes
terday. London came higher bnt bought
few stocks. The early advance was equal
to Mi per cent, the Grangers, Chicago
(ins, Luui'ville and Nashville, Genera)
Electric, Missouri Pacitic nnd Northern
Pacific preferred, beiug most prominent.
In tho nlternoon weaker tone pre
vailed and thero was moderate sellieg
of Burlington and St. Paul. The decline
ill railway stocks outside of Burlington
was only to per ceut. In the last
hoar the list Improved all round and It ft
oS linn. American iSugnr was very active
and erratic. It first declined to 10i rose
to 108)4 and closed at B'-ii. Chicago Uaa
and General Electric weie slr t.g, while
the other industrials were barely stoutly.
Net changes show advance of 4 to
Burlington lost ; Whisky J;, Lead , and
New York Central .
The following complete, table sbowina the
day's fluctaatioas in active stocks is supplied
Hud revise. 1 dally by Lallar & Fuller, stock
brokers, lit Wyoming avenue:
Open- lli.'h- Bow Clos
ing, out. est. tat;.
Am. Cot, nil
A. T. ft Eh F.
("hie .t N,
Q B. ft Q
('., O.C, ft St. L..
col.. Hook. Vol. T,
I).. L, ft W
' i . E. Co
L. ft N
N. Y. .V N. E...,
N. Y. Central.,,
N. Y.. 0. ft W
X. Y.. H. W
U. S. C. Co
N orth Pac
North Pae. pf...
T., C.& I
Texas A Pae...,
Western Union. ,
W. it U B, pf...
Clilcaio Ciralo aiut ProyKlons.
RrnAN'i on, .Inuo II The followlne quota
t ions are supplied and Corrected daily hy La
liar & Fuller, stock hrokers,Ul Wyoming ave
nue. WHEAT. Jnly. Sept. Dec
Opening mm tVj inm
Hlghtst iaH wii mm
Lowest, fSOfat iLnii (I.1S1J
Closing (iiu raj;; (j8
Ononing 41-j 4'J ....
Highest 4:14 im
lowest tl 411B
Clostog iWi u
Opening 39 ?!I1$
HiKUeHt x tOjfj :i'iH
Loveet WM Mi
Highest li? Blii
Lowest 1SSS nM ,..
Closing rt 117 UB8
Opening (77 f-7 ....
Highest 681 (irl
Kew Yoik Produce Market.
New Yomc June 18. I-louii Firm.
10 coots higher,
WriKAt l!c. higher with options check
ing business; No.'J rod. store and elevator,
82aOSKe.t nlloat, 88a08a; f. o.b., aai
C;ic. ; ungraded red, .aSalWc.-: No. 1 north
ern TilJ'c. ; options closed firm at le.
over yesterday; No. 2red, June, C2c;
July, tliyfe.; ('ptember, ttkc; Lecem
bi r. 0!c.
(John (niet, hlgber, scarce! No. 2,
4fic. ; elevator. 4tW-)fijc. afloat; options
moderately netive and Jc. higher; July,
iGXc; August, 4)08,: September 47X0.
Oats Hull, mixed easier; options ir
regular; June, Jc. lower, other! Hale
up: June, iOc: July, 45)i'c.; August, hSc. ;
September, 88c, Simt prices, No. 2,
17c. ; No. iJ white, 4s.; No. 2 Chicago,
I7KC.; No. 8, -i6c: No. 3 white, 47c;
mixed weetern, 48c white do. Pja&l6c;
Buir-tDoll, sii aiiy.
Cur , j:ATs-(Jniot, firm.
LAJtrA-QuTeti firmer, western steam,
?7."io; city, 6WaSkc, :Jnly,C-7.1o,Seplomber,
t7.0; refined, qulet;coiitineiit, c7. !ij; bouth
America, IT.eOi compound anaOo.
Pong Moderate demandj iirmcr,
liUTTitlt Pair demand, steady : state,
dairy. 18al8c,l do. creamery, lj(all)c:
Pennsylvania, do, I6)tjal9c.i western dairy,
lUaJSc.i d. eteamery, 14al0c.; do., fac
tory, UXaHc: dgins, 18JgJa19o. imitation
CiiEEiiK Jlodernte demand, ensy.
Enus (uiot, steady 1 state and Pennsyl
vania, iiattc.) western fresh, 18al4c,;
do. per case, ISfMatASft,
Fhiladslphia Tallow Harkst.
rniLAnvLriilA. .Tinin V' Tll.,r ...
dull and unrhanved. Prices were: Prime
city in hogsheads, 4c: prime country,
in uam-is, itc; uo. unrit in tyirroi.',
; cakes 5c. ; grease, 4c.
A Qunrtsr Century Test.
New Discovery has been tested, aud the
minions wi:o nave received oeneht from
its use teatify to Its wonderful curative
powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and
Lungs. A remedy that has stood the test
bo long and that has given so atrWertal
Fatisfuctiou is no oxoriineut. Each Bottles
i positively guaranteed to ptvei lelief, or
tho money ivill he refunded, (til admitted
to lu. t.hi. mim i;..Kt.. .. ruki .....
-olds. Trial bottles Preo at Matth-w llro's.
"t ux ,-jturo. ijargoslza hue, ana
Or don't you notice the differenca in our prices,
and tho prices usually charged even by the
stores that claim to sell very low. Why the
simple fact is we are away below any stcre in
this valley. Yes, we repeat we are away be
low any concern in this valley or in the 3tate
in prices on first clas3 good3 so far as 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. Our 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 sell
ing for less than it can be bought anywhere
else and furthermore while we are always do
ing our besL toget at and keep the prices down
we never for a moment loose sight of quality.
Ho article can come into our store unless it i3
at least standard quality but is much oftaner
EXTRA than otherwise.
We have a large trade and we often think
when we put the selling price on an article and
know what the same goods 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 1)3 for soni3
other reason. While we did not intend to
quote any prices in this article we will men
tion a few ju3t to prove what we say and see
if you don't wonder also if what we say is 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 Itfow while we appreciate friend
ship yet we want every person who buys goods
of U3 to be fully satisfied that they get good
value for their money or we would actually
prefer to miss the trade. But here are some
prices as proof of our statements, we avoid
the large articles simply to show that vie do
not confine our low prices to 3ome of the lead
Canned Tomatoes, extra quality, usually sold at
122C, we are sailing for 8c.
Bartlett's Shoe Blacking,larg9 box, regular price,
10c; ve give 3 boxes for 10c,
Vienna Bread, large loaf, neve- sold less than
10c; you cm buy it from us 2 loaves for 15c,
Fancy Table Butter, that sells for 20 to 25c, we
oner at 17c,
Tea that brings 75c. a pound and in some stores
$1, we only ask 45c
And Tea that sells for 40c, you can buy from us
Gloss Starch, pound packages, worth 8c, we will
sell at 4.
Corn Starch, also is usually sold at 8, we sell it at
And a 3-pound can of G'oss Starch that you
would have to pay 25 for anywhere else, you
can buy cf us at 14c,
Abie's Pie Preparation, always sold for 10c or 3
for 25, we offer you at 5c,
Cigars that could not b3 bought elsewhere Tor
less than $1.25 a box, we sell at 60c
And aside from offering goods much lower
than any other establishment in the state we
b&Leve we have one 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 tho more staple varieties of confection. We
servo as fine Soda Water at 3c a glass as can
be had in the city at any price. In our buJcuer
shop we handle as much and as fino a grade of
beef and other meats as any in Scranton and
from 2 to 4 cants a pound lower than any shop
in tho city. On Tuesdays', Thuusdays' and
Baturdiys' we have a full assortment of green
vegetables 25 per cent below market fates.
Finally we think we aro sefe in saying that
we give more and better goods for the money
that any concern in Pennsylvania. Here are
some of the reasons we have for wondering
why we do not sell all or nearly all of the
grooerlas Bold in Scranton. Come and see if
you can fine us misrepresenting facts in any
of the above assertions. Wo would like to
have your trade or part of it and will make it
worth your while to buy of us.
F. P. PRICE, Affent.
WEAK MEN Y0U: ATTENTION 1
I M l .1.1.:. 1, TO Tim
Croat iluclibh Komody,
Gray's Specific Medicine
IF YCU SUFFER trom Ner
l!ii Tr in, m ill
bility, Wenknetu ol Body nml Mind, .sporma-
iui i u.-a, auu niii'i'i . nun uu niMMtf tunc
nrl" frum OTer-Inaolgsnce una M'lf nlnmo, u
Loss of Uemory and Power, Diuiuau of Vit'
Nit; Premature Old Abound many other diV
caws that Innil to Insanity or Ciiiisumptiou
and an early grare, write for a DanvDhlet
Add- (MAY MEDICINE CO., Buffalo,
N. Y. Tho Socilic ItednUM is sold by all
drutriiists at S per package, 'nr six Mongol
for $5,or sent hy nir.il on rcvelpt of monoy and
with every 16.0(1 order, WE GUARANTEE
a cure or money r ifundi 1 i ,
'." ('n accoii'it of counterfeits we hava
adopted tho Vol iw Wrapper, tho only (fonu
ine. hold in Scranton l,v .Matthews llros.
shouid bo mado to H. B.
UnAbiii, J 12 Lackawanna
S. A. KING, of Bingham-
ton, has baen 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
lltir.nfncturcrs of tho CelcbrataJ
100,000 Bbk Par Annum,
MINING and BLASTING
Undo nt thu MOOSI0 nnd liUdH
Lnfilin & Band Powder Oa'i
ORANGE GUN P0WDEI?
Llectric Bttterlea, Fusoi for oxploi
ilift blasts, tfufoty Fuso und
HepaunoChcmical C j.'sHlgh Explosive)
001.1 of thn t)pst quality fjr domestic ase,and
: nil slicos, didivorod in any pure of tuo clt;
at lowpst lirire.
ui uors luic at my ornco,
. 118, WYOMlNn AVKNUB,
, Rosr room, llrst floor. Thlr J National Ranlt.
or hctK hy mull or (.di-phono to the uttne, wiil
rcelvo prouipt attention.
tfrMiu aotitrMta will be mado for the salt
cud (wuvery ot Baokwheat CoaL
WH T. SMITH.
I'HYSIHANH AM) MIIUUINS,
"T)R. (J. KDGAR DEAN has removed to 118
JL Spruce street, Scranton, fa. Uut on
jiosite oourvhouae Square.;
T)K. A. J. (-ONNELL. OlDee 2U1 Washington
ju avouue. corner Kpruoe street, over
nwuka I dreg (tore, Residence, 123 Vine at
SfaLSSS i0-Uu to 12 m. nnd to! and
PJ0toj.au p. m. Sunday, L' to 3 p. m.
I)1- S 16 AkN. OUico" cor. Lack
J-f wanna and Washington avos.: over Leon
ard shoe store; oilico hours. 1U to 12 a. m. and
BM I D. m.j evenings at residence. GUN.
v ashhiKton bvo.
IU U 1, EKEY, Practice limited to Ui
im e8?"! ?!, tbo Kye' Ear- Nn9 nd Throat;
Etreot m"J'"' "Va Itu3lauI10B' Vlu
I )KV,V,-M- ?ATE8. US Waahinifton Avunuo.
OUice hours. S to a.m., l.ao to a and X
to p.m. Residence a Madison avi uu
OHN L WBMx,"M7t), OtBces 6aidI
(omnionnualth building: reeidenoe 711
e, bmidays 2.80 to 4. evenlnire at residence. A
specialty mado of dlceae. of tho eyo. oar, noss
aud throat and itynooology.
T Jl. U HAJ.CK 8 Uw and CollooUon of.
O, flee. No. 817 bnruco at., opposite Forest
Houso. Bcrnuton, Pa,; collections a specialty
throuiihout Pennsylvnnla; ruliablo corresoond
ClltH 111 P.Viirv .,.11..,.-
It.sSLif.Sii M '.ii a,,... , ..
tJ tors at Law. toinmouwealth buUdlnx
Waahlngtoo ovo, w.h.j8mup,
HoiiAr-w K Tlivn
W. H. Jesscp, Ja
UMLLAHD. WARREN & KMAPP, Attor
I in npyw Coln"l"rs ot Law, Kepublioan
- ' ..if i n ncraiuon, i ;u
pAl'TEIWUN & WILCOX. Attorneys au-l
A Counsellors at Law; ullicua (1 aud S Ubrury
Wiildiug, Uciauton, Pa.
Roswr.r.t, H. TArrgitfloa
' U.I.IAM J. WlbCOZ,
VV ' Attori:i.y.ut-Law.Nos.l9 and
i - ' utr building, Washlnston avnnue.
bUllll 111 07. 1"U :N.iil,.,l,.
PRANK T. nKi.I.L, Attorney at Law Room
1 ' 1 schange. .Si-ranton. l'a.
' : .A.1- .Y0?-1 oBOU. ( ton v C. H. square.
, JAMksW OAKKORp, Attorney at Law.
"j''3 w nii.i i.,'i, conn.ionwealtli bTg.
Iil1.:, Jf EDuaU, AtUimay at Lam
. . " "l -' Mrucest.. Hrrnnton. l a.
A. N.AIUM,, Attdrnuy at Law,
Lackawanna sue.. Scranton. Pa,
l) i. hiinil . (.ouuschor at Law. olTloe,
A . rooms 51, 55. M Commonwealth building.
( ' R. PITOHIH, Attoiuey at Uw, Com-
. i"ot,w...- til bullniiig. Scranton. l'a
C. CoilKUVa. m Spriieaat.
S) 5 KLTUIULE, Attorney-Loan, noiio
t . tiHted on ri'.il , uta Koi-urlty.lOij Spruce.
It y. KILLAM, Attornev at-Law. lai V
S?LpL ' 555 Lackawanna, sora
, l n I'.'l'aros boys and girls foi coU ig.
i business: thoroughly trains young cluldrott.
I atalogua at ruquost.
Rev. Titovas M. cx
V.'ai,tsr if. riuui.L.
'UISS WOHCEHTKK'sj KINDERGARTEN
.'i and Fchool, IJ Ad.n-a avenue, fundi
April? " ttal0 Kt term will open
DKKTinyn " "
P LAUIIACH; tJurgooiiDuutiit, No. Ill
. wyomimr avo.
H .niATO'X. offlne Onat Kxehance
rpHK BKPIJBLIC Saving, and Loan Aw
elation will loan you lnouoy on cusiw terms
and pay you bolter on luvustmont than sny
' SSST association. Call on .U. N. CALLLN
i 'Kit, li'me Ran ft hulldin?
pL H. CLARK & CO., Beodamen, Kloriste
vj i and Nurserymen; store 16 WashingUiu
avenue: preen house, 13W North Mala avunuo;
torn teleilhoim T8S,
KRANU UN ION TEA CO., .Tones Bros.
Villi; M KKI- NR.
TOS. KUETTEU M Lackawanna avonu
rr HmntOB, rl . mannrr at Wire Wr-rwus
HOTELS AND 11 EST A lT It ANT v.
THE WESTMINSTER, 2JT-21:i Wyoming
J ave. Rooms heated with steam: all nvid
' : roveinente. C. M. Tbomaii. frop.
'THE ELK CAKE. 113 and 127 Krun'ilin ave
x nue. Batei reaaonable,
. P. tlBOMW, Proprietor.
ITE8'fAlililTER HO'fElT '
. . .. . Q.SCUKNCK, Manager,
hlxteontb street, tne biock east of Rxoudway.
at Union fnuaro. Now Vnpk
American plan. $) per day and upward
PdlMS liOUSK, Kuroiiouu plan!
ipuitu plan: good
i, "P" uiguu uar suu-
l Ued with the btct
, 1J. n. COYNE, rrorrlwtor.
CCRANTON HOUSE, mar D.. L. W. pa
IJ acngor depot Conducted on the European
P'an. Victok Koch. Proprietor.
I IRANI) CENTRAL. The largest'and DoeT
VI equipped hotel in Allontown, Pa; ratej
fi and SiiO per day.
Victcii D. Haiiner, Proprietor.
roo lis. . 'u i n.tv an,.
A ItC'H ITKC rs.
AVLs v iu L I' J'. ArclMteets. Rooms 21.
r., nnd 2m Commonwealth b'ld't:. Scranton.
If L. WaLTKH, Architect Library build
' ' inir. Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
IJ L. BROWN. Arch B, Architect, Prlco
1 hnlldlng.HB sshtngton Ave.,oranton.
5IIS( EI.I.ANE4U S.
BAUEB'S ORCHEUTBA - MU810 FOR
balls, plcnic partiss, recepuona wod
dings aud concert work furnlshod. For terms
address R. J. Bailor, condnotor. 117 Wyomluj
avo., over Hulbort's music store.
(IHTOM 11. KWAitTK Wtmr.ru a i.n
i lumbor, Price . buildiuv. Scranton, Pa
MidAROEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., bcrantyn
POOTE'H LIVERY. 1513 ( apouso avenue
I First class carriaees. D. L,. FOOTE, Agt
Funeral Director nnd Embalmer.
tj . v-ir ti nnii.u r..
.l.'Jk I. UWITfl ,K K) Vt HOLE
o.iiu ii'.TiB 111 "oouwuro, Lorun,
Oli Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna avenue.
tt.iiu o.'H.'rrb in .Miotiwuro, uoroage aud
ITZRA FINN A BUNB, builders and contrac-X-i
tors. Yards: Corner Olive st. and Adams
ave. ; corner Ash si. aud Peng are., .Scranton
IS THE Bf ST. Get prices tinJ
ice the lurnne9 nnd be eon
vlnctKi. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gaum Door
Latiies Who Value
A rcflued complexion mnst uso Pononl's I'o
dcr. It produces n soft nnd beautiful skin
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
ECRANTON" AND WILKF-S BARUE, PA. MANUFACTURERS
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
I CENTRAL RAILROAD OP & J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal need exclusively, insuring
cleanliness and comfort.
TIMK TABLE IN SHfKCT MAY 20, 1S91.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, Wilkes.
Barre. etc , at 8 20, 9.15, ILK) a. m., 12.5'J 2 OA
S im, &M 7.2.V 11.U5 p. m. Bundaya, D.lj a. m.
1.00,8.15, 7.10 p. m. '
For Ailantic City. 8.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Eliznboth, 8.'n
(expressl a m., 12.50 (nxpross with Buffet
parlor cur), U.aO (express) p. m. Kuuday. 2.1j
I' OK UAUCB Cni'NK, Al.LEKTOWN, BeTIII..
hem, Eastob and Phh.auei.pmia, 8.20 a. m..
12.50, IM 5.110 (except Philadelphia) p. in.
Butidny, 2.15 p. m.
For Lonc. BHANcn, Ocean QnovE, otc, at
D.u n. in., u.;w n. m.
Km- Heading. Lebanon nnd nai'l isbiirK, via
Allentown, 8.2U a. m., 1ZM, 6.00, p.m. Sunday,
2.15 n. m.
For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m 12 CO p. m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Liborty
Street, North river, at MO (express) a. DL,
1.10, LIB, 4.30 (oxiiress with Buffet parlor car)
p. m. Bundav. .) a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Rending Terminal, 9.0.)
a. m., 2.00 and 4.3J p. m. Sunday, (1.27 a. in.
Through tickots to all points at lowest ratoi
may be had on application in advanco to tbj
ticket a'uut at tnu station.
11. P. BALDWIN,
Ocn. Pass. Agont
J. H. OLHAUSEN,
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May 29, 189X
trnim will run as follows:
Trains leavo Bride" Street
Station, Scranton, for Pitts-
tun, Wukea-Barre, eto, .),
.'.'17, U 37, 10 42 a. in.. 1110,
1,25, 2.38. 4. Hi. 5.15, (1.15, 9.U
and 11 115 p. m,
For New York and Phih
ooh.hiii. H nil ,i hi. l-MIl ! .
2.38. lid nnd 11.80 n, m.
For llonesdaln (lrom Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot), 7.00, 8.30, 10.10 ii.in , 12 m)
m 2.17, 5.10 p. m.
For ( arbonualo ar. i lntormodiate stations,
6.40, 7 ft). k:. 10.10 a. m . IK.00 m ,2 17. 3. 2.3,5. 1(1.
Ii 2) and 9 35 p. m.; from Iiridgo blreet Depot.
1.00 a. m.. 2.17nnd 11 :J y. m.
Fast express to Albany, Mtrat-. i .'.d -rondack
Hoontalna, Bost'in and Sew England
points. 540 a. va., avrlv nr at Albany 12.4',.
Saratoga 2. 2d p. m, sud leaVulB Scranton at I
p. m.. nrrlvini? at Al'ian.' at t.W p. m., Sara
toga. 13.63 lb in . and BcDtOO, 1.00 a. ta.
The only direct route between the coal Heidi
and Huston. "The Leading Tourists' Route
of America" to the Adirondack .Mountain re
forts, Lakes Cicorgo and Champlain, Montreal,
Time tables showing local and through train
sorvlce between stations on all drrUtoni Dole
War and Hudson system, nmy be obtniuod at
nil Delaware an-'. H idsju ticket ofUcea
11. U. YOtflfO, J. W. BUR DICK,
Eccond Vice Pre .iilent. (ien. Pass, Agt,
Wi'$Mmu!,W fir: . ,
WJ'c . -J 'MVA
MAY 18, IS'.il.
Train lesvos Scrnnto:i for Philadelphia and
New York via. U. 4; II II H. at 8 a.m., 12.10,
2.3'Jandll.3ip. m via D, Lit W. R. R., 0 00.
1.08, ILi) a, in., and 1..W p. m.
Leave Scranton for Piltston nnd Wilkm
Barro vial).. L. & W. R. 6.0), 803,11.2)
a. m , 1.30, ttO, 0.07, H. 0 p. m.
L.-ave Scrautou (or Whltu Haven, Ilazloton,
PotuvlUe and nil prints on the Beaver
Meadow and PotUvllfe brauches, via h. & v.
V.. 0 (Os.m., via D. &1I. B. It. at H a.m., 12.pl,
2.38, i.K p.m., via D., L. ,v W. II. !(., (i.UO, 8.0),
U.2:in. in., 180, 8.50 p.m,
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, llurrlsburg and nil internudlati
points via D. a It. It. P.., 8 u m .12.10. 2.IH, ILU
p.m., via D., L. is W. R. R.,i;.oo,b.us, 11,20 a m
Leave Scranton forTutikinmock, Towand.
Elniira, Ithaca, Qouova and all iutormedtit)
points Via D. H. R R..M 7 m.. 12 lo and 11.33
Ik m..via D. U & W. It. R.. 8.01 a.m.,1.10 p. m.
Leave Sorsntou for Hoonestor, Buffalo. Hi
sgara Falls, D ftreit. Uhlntgo and all point,
west vial). & II. P.. K. (.07 i:.m..l2.10,i.lUI.S
p. m , via D. L. & W. R, R. and Pittsto 1
Junction, 8.08 a.m., 1.39, 8,0 1 p. in., v. z li x W
Ii.il. 8.41 p. m.
For tiliu.ra and tin weit via Kal untuo t. vlt
I). Al 11. K U 0.07.1,111.. lltlO.O.la n. m . via D.,
L. it W. R.R.. .8.08 a.m., 1.30 and 0.'I7 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cats on nil trains between L. & 11 Juncti ri or
WHkes-Bsrn nnd New York. Philadelphia,
Buffalo and i-usoi'ii-ion Bridge,
KOLLIX U. WILBUR, lien. Supt. East Die.
CIIA8. S, L".B. (l-a. Past. Ar t, Piiiia.Pi.
A. W.NONNEUAOHEB.Ass't Qju.Pass. Ag't,
Voutli Bethlehem, lu
DEI.AWARK, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton us follows: Ezprosi
for New York and ah points East. l.W, 2.50,
61.", 8.0,1 and 9.6.1 a. m.; 12 5i and 3.50 p, m.
Express (or Eatou, Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 5.15, 8.09 aud 0.5 a in.; 12.55
aud 3.59 p. in.
Washington ami way stations, 3.55 p. m.
Tobyh.inna accouimodaiion, (i.hi p. m.
Expr ss for Binchamton, Oswego. Elmlrn,
Cornlngi B-ith. DsnsvUle, Mmir.t Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10, 2 15 a. m. and 1 21 n. in., making
1 Ipse connections at Buffalo to all points iu the
West. Northwost ami Southwesu
Bath accommodation, II a m.
Blngliamton nud wny stations, 12.37 p. m.
NiouoLou Rocommodtttion, at 4 p. m. and
o in p, in.
Blnghsmton and Elniira Espro.s, 0 05 p, m.
Express for Cortlsnd, Syratuso, Oswego.
1,'tica aud Rlchdcld Springs, 2.15 a m. aui l.2i
Ithaca. 2.15 and Bath tin m. nnd 1 21 p. m
For Northiimbcrland.Pittston, Wilkes-Barre,
Plymouth, Bloomsbnrg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Willlnmspoit, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wash,
ington nnd tho South.
Northumberland and intermediate stations,
0.0(1, 9 55 a m. and L!W and (107 p. m.
Nanticoao ana intermediate stations, 8.0J
and II.211 a. m Plymouth aud intormediatj
stations. 3.50and 8.5.' p. 111.
P oilman parlor and sleeping coachos on all
express trams. .... . ,
For detailed Information, pocket tim tabl i
cm.iv t.. M. L. Smith, city ticket offlcj.
8x8 Lackawannaavcnue, or depot ticket otac
in LiiYct Jaannry sti,. lsnt.
Nnrili (tu nnd.
v.tg '21 904
S -(Trains Daily, Ex- 3 0 g
v. i cent Minday.l r r3
x 1 cept Minday.i
p mAitIvc Leave
7 25N. Y. Franklin si.
; 10 West 42nd street
7 00 WeenawKen
. 7 80
.; 2 11
r a.Arrlve I.ciivca m:
8 2il .
B 10 .
0 no ..
8 lit .,
6 25, ..
0 4 ' ..
1 451 . .
6 631 ..
0 681 ..
1; i. ';
17 itf .
0 51 888111 41
0 45! 8 31
V IS 18 34
4.')lfr. 22 ....
f; .'laniMtD 43
8 Siii II 33'
3 llll I 88
7 HI O.'.fl 8 13
7 4'.i )0(t;: 81
7 43 10 06 3 M
7 48 li' 10 3 69
7.'2 HI It 4 04
7 64 10 17 4 (,7
7 50 !0i 4 10
8 0il10 24 4 14
k na-1 0 sr 4 IT
8 0.. In 80, 4 81
I KA U F Si
f6 13 HO
set ant on
1 hi Leave
All (tains run dully -except BUQdaJ.
f. sl'.'iilllcs (hut trains stop on si nal tor pas
Additional trains leave Carbondnle lor scran,
ton 1.10 and 0.15 p. m., arriving at uciauton 1.58
Leave scranton tor carbomlalp 6.6,i and 8.30
arriving ai. carboudsle al T.I8 and 8.18 p. 111.
bccure rates via Ontario a Western before
SurchHslng tickets and save mouoy. Day aud
llhgt Ui press to the West.
1. C. AuduiBon, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J, Mltcruit, Dir. l oss, Agt. Sctauton, Pa.
T?KIE AND WYoailWtl VALLEY BAIL
Train-' leave Scranton for Now York nnd in
terim dinto points on the Erie railroad at C.H5
a. 111 nud 3.24 p m. Also for Honesdale,
llnwley and local points at 6 33, 0.45 a. m , and
All tho above r.ro through trains to and
Au additional train leaves Scronton for
Lake Ariel at 6.25 p.m. and nrrivos at Scran
ton from tho Liko at 8 40 a m and 7.146 p.m.
Trains louvo for Wllkos Barro at 6,40 a m.
nud 8.41 P in.
Cieucrul Ouice, tjCUAJTON, FX