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TIIE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1894.
A revival of Csuu May's forraor
p'.tmlnrity us it summer resort it si
ticlniitpi aa a direct result of t lie in
creased anrl lranrovnl railway fueilitiea
whloh will bo iQpplifd by tbe nw
South Jersey ruiltoail, jut beioi com
uletod. and we uiy oxpeot to hear
iireat deal of Caue May daring tb
summer. The Sonth Jersey railroad
exteuds from WiDalow Junctiou, ou
the Readiui; railroad a Atlantic Cur
"line, to Cape May, with brandies to
Hi'a uli City, Uceau City. Avulon
Wildwood und othor resorts. It has
lean in operation to Sua Isle City
nearly a year, and will be opened to
Capo May on Saturday June 'So, th
remaining point to be reached later in
the year. The new line to Capo May
in described as "straight as uatriug and
level as a table, substantially con
atrnoted, with a view to the Mabel
speeds, and materially shorter than any
oluer road to tbe Can.', the Kiuii
in. Tit is all new. Hard coal locuiuo
tives of the speediest type, and curs 0
uoVel and remarkably elegant con
struction, will cumposo tbe living ex
press trains, and it is premised that
Very considerable shortening of th
tinia will be eff. ctod. The Philadel
phia stations of the new roaluroth
Beuclina railroad ferries, at Chestnu
street and South street wharves, and
through tickets to Cape May by the
oonth Jersey railroad route will be ml.
at tbe prlucipul stations of the Ueadin,'
Baltimore and Ouio, and Now Jersey
A remhiisountial L ickawnnna train
man, talking recently with n Strouds
burg lliu-ii reporter, recalled a oingu
Urly fast run made on that road in
June, 1585. "At that tiuie," the train
man said, "General Manager Hallstead
took a party of uusta over the road to
show them what could be done ou.lt
and he surprised them and himself too,
I guess. The party consistud of liie late
Jay Could, Wlllntiu H. Vanderbllt
Cyrus W. Field and Sidney Dillon, to
gether with their families, j i:e party
started from -now iorlc at i) a, ra
and enffineer Tom Milan, of Elmira
pnllc-d tbem into Buffalo at 4 57, three
minutes aheau of schedule time
mailing tbe run iu seven hours
nnd iifty-sovon minutes. You must
remember, too, that the road wus not
in ns good condition-then for making
fust time as it is now, und I regard thut
run as n most extraordinary one. En
gineer V. N Seeley pulled the train
lrom New York tjtoiiirhamton, George
buoom iker fropPEinghamton to Elmi
ra, andTKffF. Milan from Elunni
to Buffalo, lorn, I rememusr. took
the train twelve minutes bel.iua time
and made it up and three minutes to
spars. He zipped along a mile a min
nto, and still that didn't snit Mr. Hall-
stead. He wanted to go faster, and
sent word to 'lorn to that effect. Well
for tbe next twenty-three miles he left
the track behind Mm at the rato of
from fifty to fifty-two seconds to the
nine, which satufud even Mr. Hall
stead. I don't know bow the other en
".inters fared, but it wasn't all smooth
sailing from here to Buffalo, N. Y. A
stop of nine seconds had to be made at
Grovelund for water, and a biir trestle.
2,900 feet long, had to be crossed at the
rate of four miles an hour. That is
gone now und fast time cuo be made
where it formerly stood. There were
no interlocking switches injhoss duyi?
either, and he had to tnaKe two dead
stops at Mt. Morris and one at Erwius,
wiierj tricks of other roads we
crossed. I don t want to throw any
discredit on later runs, but the one of
oo ought not to be forgotten."
Within a few days the Reading Coal
and iron company j fot'.sville foundrv
win resume. mis department shut
down about fourteen months ago,
niece which time, no work, except that
In the brass department, with less than
a dozen bands, has been done there.
.there wero origin my atiout lUU men
employed at this foundry aud its sus
penuion was doe to the vigorous re'
trencliment policy adopted at that time
by the receivers of the Reading com
pany. Tne resumption may be only
temporary. The company is ehort of
pipe, und this olass of work will con
stituta tbe principal part of the
It is reported to the Pittston Gazette
thut Simpson & YVatkins are uocotiut
ing for lllo lease or piirchuss of the
retceDoue minnot the Delaware, Lack
awanna ana Western Railroad com
pauy at Dorrancetown. This mine
one of the best conducted collieries in
JLuzurue comity aud would ba valuable
to Simpson & Watkius btcuise of its
proximity to several hundred ucres of
coat land owned by them and now
reached through tbo opening at Forty
Minor Industrial Notes:
The Now England company has Anally
yuiinuecu u,uuv lulls Ol UUUIlUCllu.
Lackawanna directors moot today to de
clare its regular quarterly dividend of M
The Pullman cars now ruu between In
dianapolis and New Yurk. over the Pann.
sylvauia hues, are of the new vestibule
pattern and elegant in every particular.
Samuel If, Downs, of .Uiiuch Chunk, has
been appointed to the position of train
runner for the Delnware, Suaquehanua
unu ocuuyiam rnuruau, Hotter Known as
l oxe s read, and left for Bonn Junctiou
this morniug to at once bettin his dunes.
Bit i ilii e will be located at lioan Juuctiuu
aud he will reside iu Lril'ton.
A company of Binghumton capitalist
has purchased a large tract of tiuiuor laud
near Crystal Lake, t'a. This tract is three
uiileB in circumference.. A party ot eleven
men is new at work buildiug a steam saw
mill, and the work of converting theforest
into lumber will be commoucud imme
diately, a. J. Wiimotb, of the Western New
York and I'enuaylvai iu, has made a set
tlement on behaif of the company with
each of the eevonty-ei-iht personi injured
last July in the wreck at East Aurora.
The total amount required to make these
settlements, it is siiu, was 1U,U00. None
of the injured portous took the matter
A number of Lobigh Valley engines have
been consigned to the Delaware, BatqtM
hanna and Schuylkill Railroad couipuuy
for use on that ruad until such time as the
WEAK MEN your attention
ii in I . IS C'.I.r.KO TO THE
Great Eugliiili Kcmedy,
Cray's Specific Medicine
IF YOU SUFFER from Nor-
WWITWIM. Ull ruNl -w.,".V(llW l)o-
bllity, Weakness of Body and Mind, Sperma
torrhea, aud luiiiotoncy, and all disease thut.
arise from ovorludnlgeaco md nolfnbnso, si
Loss of Memory sud rower, Diimte&s of Vis
ion, Premature Old Am and many other ills
(sbss that lend to Insanity or I oiissmptlou
aud an enrlyjcrave., write for a pamphlet.
Address OKAY MKDKJINE CO., liutfiilo,
N. Y. 'The Bpeolflo Medicine Is sold by idl
driiislats at $ pr package, or six packmen
for Oo.or tent livinall on rannlpt of mijnoy.and
with every IB.Od order WE CUAFlA NTEF.
a rurv ur ini'uuy rvLiiiHHMj
HrOn account of rounlerfeit-i n hava
adoptod the Yellow Wrapper, the only gouu
lae. bold in Wcrauluu by Matthews Bros,
eight ten-wheeled locomotives arrive. Four
of the heavy engines received somn timo
ao will be retained by the Delaware,
Hunqeuhannu and Schuylkill and usud to
run coal between the Lumbor Yard and
Cm Suudn.v, Juno 8, tbe Ontario and
Western bad one of its "busy days." On
that day 7115 cars of coal iased uvor the
Bcranton division to Hancock and was
tiansferred to the main line for shipment
west. The compauy has uiauy Chicago or
dera and Is keeping it" breaker mnchiuery
and rails hot in tho effort to koep pace
with the demand fur anthracite.
BXAti TAXtE never grows woag by hav
ing to uuit. Sufferers taking Hood's Sar
suparilla for chronic complaints should be
patient and the result will be satisfactory.
Hoon's Puis act eauily, yet promptly
aud eillcioutly.on the liver aud bowels. S5c
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
Stocks and Bonds.
NlW YmtK, June ill. Speculation on
the stock exchange was quiet again today.
The tendency of prices during tho greater
part ot the (lav wan downward. Tho en
gagement of ??,('00,()00 gold for shipment
Hiitl a belief that next week's exports will
be heavy hud a depressing fffeOt on tho
market. Atchison starte i off tlrm and at
first tho reorganisation plau was favorably
received. Later on London sold the stock
and local holders ulso appeared as sellotH.
The common mse fractionally to 0, fell
to i anil left off at lu the early
trading tho genera) list moved up ' to
t'uiou Paelflo aud Liie leading. A
raid ou Chicago On, in which
this specialty was depressed from
i'.ic. to JTWc, destroyed the good feeliug
und u reaction set iu. Bugar was lower
ami price tell from 03o to BOko with asub
seqaent recovery to UfJaC rears of a stub
bom light over the sugar schtdule lu tbe
house accounts fur the selliug of the stock.
The biars also tried their hand at Missouri
1 :u'ili ' und forced it down from i!7& to
iti)ic. but at tho close a rally to Sn.io. en
sued. Tuwuid tho close r fir mer touo pre
vailed and a rally of to 1 per cant, took
place. Speculation left oil firm. Net
manges tor the day Hhow decline of i to
I k, Chicago (Jas leading. Total sales wero
The followine complete talilo sbowmg the
day's fluctuations in active stocks Is supplied
uud ri'ised dully hy Lallar A Fuller, stock
Hl.th- Low Clos
est. ear. luff,
tm T,yx pit
W IKiti 97H
ft'iVt M 5nU
1 OT 1,4 1U7 107
10SM 1141 KU
J4 I7H 775a
Am. Cot. Oil...
A.T. &8. P....
On. N. J..
Chic & ,
p.. B. Q
C, O.C. & St. L....
col . Il..ck.Val. T,
D.. L. A W
D. & 0. F
H. E. Co
mot ix iu am
K. y. & n
Hi Y. Central
N. X.i 0. Jk W
N. Y.. S. W
U. S. C. to
North Pac ,
North Pac. nf.,
Texas & lao stj
e, mod I'oi iiic H
WnhnsU p- Ii5
Western L'uion IU
W. a L. . pf -II
Cl.lcaco Grain ar.d Provisions.
Bcraiitoii, June Si. The followlns quota
tlons nro supplied and oorreeted dully by La
Bar A Fuller, stock hrokers,ll Wyomlns ovi--
Low ' st
siieiitT 1:1 lis.
New York Producs Market.
Nkw Youk. June 21. Floor-Ouiet.
Win-AT More active for export, firm,
ic. bigher: No. 2 red storoand elevator.
(i;)c. : f. o. b (iii?;nfi4c. : uncraded red.
itlMtWa; Na. 1 Northern, 71aTlkc.i op-
tiona were active aud irregular and closed
unsettled ajc. ovor yesterday; No. 2
red, June, ojc; July, fl3Jc; August,
64HC': September (15c.: December, tit).
corn r airly active, firmer: No. ItSKo.
elevator; 40Jc. afloat; options closed
steady at v5ic. over rssterdav: June.
46Kc; July, 478,; August, s7Kc. Sep
UATS u nsetuSOi alc. hnzher: ontions
dull, irregular, lower; Juno. 53c: Julv.
IJic: August. SiSlWc: September. BflWc:
Nu. 2 white, July, 53a58t;c. ; siiot prices,
No. 2, Vic; No. 2 white, 55c: No. 2 Chi-
caco, 54c; No. 3, 52c; No. 3 white. 53Ua
53.: mixed western, 54a64Wo, white do,
MaoVO.l white state, Mu5!)c.
Iikkf Dull, steady; tisreed beef ciulet:
cut meats quiet, steady, middles nominal.
Lari firmer, quiet; western steam
closed at $7.00; rity, 6Wb(i,!lc; July. $7.00:
ptember, ?7.25; refined, quiet; continent.
f7..i0; South merica, $7.75; compound, 5Js
roitK Quint, steady.
liuiTEii Firm, fairly active: state
dairy. 13nl7c: do. c.reamorv. ISnlSc. :
Pennsylvania, do., 15al8c; western dairy,
lUal.V.; do. creamery 14;il8c: do. faclorv.
Vj4jeMWc.l elgins, lHc; imitation creuiii-
l.HKKSE ! air demand, steady.
EtiGs Uuiel. choice, stead v: statu nml
Pennsylvania, UalBWe.) western flesh,
llal2c.;do. per case, ..50a J3.00.
fhiladelphlu Tallow Market.
rillLADKM'liI. June 21. -Tallow wno
dull nnd nncbangfd. Prices were: Primo
city in hogsheads, 4J.C: prime country,
in barrels. 4'ic: do. dark in barrels.
4c; calces, 4n4'e crease, Wia.
A Million Friends
A friend in need is a friond indeed, and
not less than one million nnhnln lmv
found .iust such a friond In Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, If you have never used this Great
Cough Medicine, one trial will conviuce
you tlmt it has wonderful curative powors
in all diseases of Throat. Chi laft and TjnnM
Kach bottle is guqi nntoed to do all that is
liaimea or money will bo refuuded. Trial
bottles tie. at Mathows Bros', drug store
Large bottles 5ocl nnd IL 00.
Tin. world is always interested in the
cure of consumption; yot its prevention is
of far morn importance. Ur. Wood's Nor
way Fine syrnn la guaranteed to enre
conhs and colds. Hold by ull dealers on u
guarantee of Batisfaction,
WTien Daby was i loir, we gave hor rostorls.
Whoa klio v. un a Child, alio oriod for Castoria,
When alio bncune Miss, aha clung to CostorU.
When tho hud Chlldmn, she gave them Caatorli,
HE DLD RELIABLE
Will be held by the Caledonian Club,
of this city, at
Laurel Hill Park
A large number of attractions are
down on the bills and a good tltue may
be expected by ull who are present.
DAISY DAWSON, the Champion Child
Dancer, only 7 years of age, will give a
grand entertainment well worth the
prioe of admission.
ALL THE USUAL GAMES
A tbe Delegates from all parts of
the United States and Ctnada will bo
present, this will undoubtedly bo a
Street Cars every three mi nates.
Admission, 20c. Children, IOcJ
Grand Stand, 15c.
Dancing Free All Day
Grand Picnic in the Evening.
HEART LAKE, Siisqinhanna Co.
. E. OBOFUT Proprijtor.
iHIS HOUSE is strictly tninporani'3. Is now
aid well furnisho'l untl ol'KNKD To
'1 UK PtlRLIf! THK vi'.Mf 1,'iviTvn.
located mlilwny Iwtvuoii MontroMjan l Scrau
ton, on Montrose and Laciiavraan'i Railroad,
six miles from D., L, & tf. It It. ut Alford
Bta'lon, nnd flvo nill-n from Uentrose; ca-
'U'-itv. oiirlitv- live: three mi'inieH' wnllr 1 rum
It. It. statluu.
;ooi boat, risiiiNo i u k-,.v..
l'UKE Ti (ii li:,IS.
Altitude about ::,'iu(i foot, equalling in this
lespoct tho Adirondack a:id Catiaill Moun
tains. line roves. plenty of shnlo and beautiful
scenery, uiakinif a Summer Kesort uuoi
eoiliid in beauty and c! u tpnsSS.
lJunelntf pavilion, swlu,-s, croiuot gr ound?,
&C. Cold Sprlii( W liter and pljnty of Milk.
ltutea, W7 to 810 per tvvek. xil.su nor
Hxrursli.n tickots said at all stations on D
L. & W. linos.
l'orttr moots ull trains.
Best in the market,
tiFPICE: Blnghamton. N.T
FACTORY : llrnndt, Pa,
Tho GENUINE Now Haven
Keir York Warorooms No.
E. C. RICKER & CO,,
Bole dealers in this ssotion.
OFFIC K-121 Adams Ave., Telephone B'l'd'g
What is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright I
complexion? For It, uao Pozzoui'a Powder.
By THE- tfS OF
" I have found the GENU
INI! JOHANN HOFF'S
MALT EXTRACT superior to
oil others in tho market, in alj
conditions wheel there has been
un undue loss of strength and
Dk. Hans Heilman, St. Louis.
Eluner A Mendlison Co.,
Sss M l'raaklln at.. New York,
$2,000 IN DIAMONDS
Exhibitions iu FANCY
and TRICK RIDING by
10 Sharp, Short
All tho Flyers coming.
Parade of Wheelmen in
E. Robinson's Sons'
llsjinfaetnrsrs of the Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
MINING), BLASTING AND BPORTINO
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mill Lu
surnu couuty Pa and at Wd
HENRY BELIN, Jr,
General Agent for the Wyoming District.
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank Iiulldln
THOR. FORD, Pittston, Pa.
JOHN B SMITH & SON; Plymouth
H W. MULLIUAN, Willien-Barre, i'a.
Agents for the Ropauuo Chemiaal Com'
l un y 'b High Exnlosive
akd tjjf. tbeatmknt of laiue
m:s8 of houses.
To these brauehos I devote eBpocial atten
tion every ufternoon.
Oflieo and fnrun ntthn T4l,TTMPnAi5t?t Aom
WORKS, 115 U1X COURT, BCRANTON.PA.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Graduato of the American Veterinary Col
Liver - Wolu
and Tan, end m-
rtnroa the eklu to It; ortjt
nai iretlineai). produoiuj; a
lunlnii a inSSST
ivenr aim heelthv rom-
oiexlon. Furie-.inrtoall fru'A
rrcparationa and ymfei tly hirmlecs. At "all
utugvli lu, or mailed. iorJQuUi. Bend lor Circular.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP ) i".pr luapM u a
Ikla i '.rL'ilin 6ov, oaiioinc4 Ui toilet, aud rt:lMiU a
rlvnl tut ilio aaraary. Aluolwudr iitra uil wi ' affV emW
caud. Atdmniiis, Prioe 2S Ceate.
G. C. BITTNER & CO., Tot.eoc. O,
It. flu Ipi.
by Matthews Bro and John
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supplied with up-to-date
managed by skilled
workmen. For neat
work promptly done
and at prices that are
fair and square, it has
no superior in North
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promptly preserve any
of the art series pur
chased by its readers
at prices especially
special rates on the
binding of any or all
parts of the
World's Fair Series
Or Any Other Series
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thoroughly that you
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t'HYSH UM.-: AIWJ bUtlUfcONS.
T)R. oTkuoaB DEAN haa removed toU
,7i. pruoe .""'t. bcranton, Pa. (Juu on
poaito ooun-houae Square)
TiAJ' BUNNELL, Office SU1 Waihingtoo
ViLzmSi corner SprucS street, ovsr
i,m , 8 drn? 8tora Keaidence, in Vine S
Offloehourtl Vitol2a. m. and to ami
r V- m. ounaay, 1! to 8 p. m.
" U 7 i . ... 1 -r-- -
IJ MW' Offloe cor.
' , a"n an1 VVashiujton .vea. : over Leon
I KJ kjlu0 "'"re; olhco hourB, IU to 12 a m. and
"1)11. C. L. FKEY, Practlc limited to Dls
"?S'u"'Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat;
office, La Wyoming v. ItaJdanc, W Viae
l)"'nft,M ?ATEB' UN WMhlmrtou Avenus.
X Office houra, I to V a.m.. UO to 8 and J
to 8 p.m. Hendence 3n Madlsou avenua
JOHU WKNTzTm. D., Offloes (U and ii
O (ommonwealth buUdlnj: resldeuoe 711
filai laonave: nfflca hours. 10 to U. 2 to 4. I to
. nmmaye Z H) to 4. evenlngi at resldenoa. A I
spselaltj made of difeoaea of tho eyu. ur. uos
M. C RANCH'S Law and Collection of
Hce, No. 817 Spruce at., opposite Forost
"ikoii. collections a arieclalty
tlin.unhout Pennaylvania; reliable corroupoua-
WW J Hfllll
.1 ."A-.-Attoriieyi and Couuaai
lore at Law. l,iim , ,,,, ,.,, ,. i..,ii.,.., .
Wa&hlugtoo avs. w. H. Jiimup,
HoiiAcE E. Hand,
w. II JEKSUP, JR.
W1LI.AKD, WARREN KNAPP, Attor
- " neys and (ouimelor3 at Law. Republican
..u..,u, Mim-iKxi.n ave.. Bcranton, n
UATTKRSON A WILCOX. Attorneys aiU
X Counaelloni at t.w tMinmm a,.,l m r -
building, bcranton, Pa
KjlSWHH IL rATTlnSO
A LFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, AV
jTl. torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
building. Rooms 19, 20 and SL
V. BllVl.K Atl.fc. ... I ... V. in
a 20, Burr buildluit, Wavhioat'un avenne,
ENltY M. BKELY Law ofHn.hT Pel,..
building, 120 Washington avenue,
r1 RANK T. OKLLL, Attoniuy at 1
1 5, i oalEzchanRa. Hcranton. Pa
I . ltoom
lAillid W. (MKTOKD, Attorney at La.
O rooms to. It anl AS. nommn,.lth kl.
jJAMUEL W. EDUaB, Attorney at Law.
U Office. 317 Kprucoat.. Scranton. Pa.
A. WATHEH, Attorney at Law, 423
Laek-ttwauna nue.. Seranton. Pa.
P. WMITH. t'onnullor at Law. Office,
rooms M, 65. U Commonwealth buildln.
It. PITCHER. .ti .. r i ., i ......
nionwaalth builalnir. Scranton, k-.
i ... , 1 . 1 . ; ' . a & . . '
C. CtJMKOYS. o2l Spruce st
b. RKI'l.llHI.K ,
tlateil un roil i sti.th seeurlty.4US Spruca
r.KlLLAM, Attorney at-Law, iM Wy
oming avonuo. Scranton.
VC'IIOOL OP THE LACIcWANturSoTaiT
J ton. Pa., proparea bova and glils forooUuM
or linsinesB: thoroughly trains vounv flhihlrsn.
Catalogue at reuueat.
Hrv. TOOMAS M. OAXSt
Walts H. Bubi.u
M18S WOKCESTEK'S KlNbEIiQABTEN
and School, 412 A daina avenue. 1'unlU
received at ah times. Next term will oimjd
1 C. LATJBACH, burgeon Beiitist, hlo. US
It M. .Vl'KArroN. offii foal Kgnhante,
rpHE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso-
x elation will loan you meuey ou easier tornis
and pay you better on investment than any
rtrh,?,r association. Call on S. N. CAi.LEN-
DEB. Dims Banlt bdldtea
GK' f.ARK CO., Seedsmen. Florlsti
and Nursorymcn; store 148 Washiugtan
avenue; green house.iatf) North Uain uveuua;
rtnra telephone 782
OltA.ND UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros
JOS. KUETTEL, 6i3 Lackawanna avsnus.
heruntoii. Pa., mnnuf'r of Wire Sern
UOTKI.S AND KKSTArnANTS.
2i: 211 Wyoming
nve. Roonui heatod with uti.m- fi M
ern Improvemenls. C. M. Tklma. Prop.
rpUE ELK "CAFE, 11a and 127 Franklin ave
i nue. Kates ronaotialMe.
P. Zieoler, Proprietor.
Yl ' 'I'MiKbTEB HOTEL
W. O. SCHENCK, Manager,
blxteeuth streeU one bloclc east of LVuaowur,
at Union Hanaro, New YorK.
American plan. $.VWptr day and upward.
C10YNE lioLSE. European" plan; 'good
' rooms. Open day ana sight. Bar ' sup
pUod with the best.
P. H. COYNE, rroorletor.
OCRANTON HOUSE, near D.. L A W. pa
tJ scngor depot Conducted on the European
plan. Y'F!? KpcnJProprletor.
G' KAN D CENTRAL. The largest and MsT
I equlppl hotel In Alien town, i'a.; rates
i- and 12.50 per day.
VltTon D. Hammcb. Proprietor.
AVIS & liOUPT, Architects, Booms il
m nun ki i nnimonwcaitn n in c. Scranton
I? L. WALTER, Architect, titirary liulld
J Jt ing. Wyoming avenue. Sera u t on.
L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect. Price
onnaing, isg Hniagton Ave.,Soranton.
DATTSS'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIC F03
HKBBBfSl - sTTTJUT
xj balls, picnics, parties, receptloaa, wed
dings and eoncsrt work furnished. For tormi
addret K. J. Bauor, conductor. 117 Wyoming
sve,, over Hulbort's music store.
OBTON a SWAKTS-wnoLESALB
lumber, Price buildiini Scranton, Pa,
jl 1 LGABOEE DliOTiil.Ha, PRINTERS'
ill supplies, envelopes, paper hags, twin
Warobouso, 130 Washington ave., Bcrantoa
7.0lTE'S LIVERY. I5S8 Capouae avenue
I First olass carriages. D. L. FOOTE, Agt
Funeral Director and Emb.thner.
7KANK P. BROWN A CO.. WHOLE
i .1 .... i :.. ir jt . .
r. .... ....... , , vuunrnro, i'iii
Oil Cloth, 720 W. Lackawauna avenue
r. .1" gi'u.ii in nwumrB, UvTVRgl UUU
lZRA FINN & SONS, builders and contrac
Xu tora Yards; Corner Olive at. and Adams
ave. norner Ash st and Penn nvo . Scranton
ItKITilK 8I10E CO.. Ino'p. rspltSl.lLOOO.OOO.
I 'EST tlt.BU SHOE Iff TIIE TVOKI.tt
"A dollar sai Ii a dollar tanytd ."
Thla I.adlea' Solid I vein h Dongola Kid nut
lonUuotdellverad free anywhere in tho U.S., on
lecolpl ercaaa, Moniiy urutr,
or Foatal Note for S1J0.
Equals every way the boots
aolil In all retail atores for
I'J.M. Wo mnke this boot
oiiraelrrs, therefors ws ;uar
atiteti the fit. itule and teaor.
and If any ouo fa sot aatlalted
e win reiunn mo meney
or send another pair. Opera
Too or Common Henae,
ftdtha C, P. K, bTB,
sites 1 to I and half
Stmt your Hut;
wilt Jit you.
Dexteb Shoe Co,
143 FEDERAL ST
I BOSTON. MASS.
5.ifmf t-mn to Dtaltrt.
Eureka Laundry Go,
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
CoDJiX Hocac HyuAlia,
All kinds of Laundry work gsiaraBtea 1
. i .-Jlt.J Ll li 1 BBS Uli.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
ht'BANTO.1 AND W1I.KK8-RARBK. PA.. ItAMUFACTURKRS 01
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Gensral Office. SCRANTON. PA.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anttraeite coal used eioluaivuly, iaiuring
claaullneaa and comfort.
ITMIi TABLE IN ICKKCT MAY 20. 1894.
Trains loavo Scranton for Httston. Wilkev
ISTWifS 1180 a. m? i2.ru 2 00
Por A'lantic City, 8.20 a m.
r..?.r,ewYok arl1 nd Elliabeth, 8.29
MRltaSs) a, , UH (.xpreas with Buffet
p. m Cr)l P. m. Sunday, 2.15
-JffJJW CHUNK, AIXSNTOWN, BETHM
v' PHIWOILPpiA, 1.20 a. in..
&rVifJ meX061,t l'm- P.
S20 r m0,w S,HA"CH- O018" Groyx, etc., at
2.15 p. in. ' ' u,w' v,m- ul"y.
For PotUvllle, 8.21) a. m., 12.60 p. m.
Ketiii ning leave Now Yorli. tout of Llbortv
.10, 1.J0, 4.m (express with Buffet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday. 4.UU a. m.
ai1'U,''elJ,ula' Reading Terminal, 9.00
UOsadUD p. m. Sunday, o.27 a m.
1 hrougli tickets to all points ut lowest ratu
may b had on applloatlon iu advance to the
ticket agent at the station.
a P. BALDWIN,
J. H. OLHAUSEN, u Agent
DELAWARE AXD HUD
QomnanHfls If u yn in:w
trains will run as follows;
Trains leave Bridge Street
Station. Scranton, for Pitts
ton, WilkcB liarre, etc., 8.00,
B.0T, :J7, 10.42 a. ... 12.10,
1.2S. lag. 41iJ. S.IA is u 1.4
ai.d 11 86 p. m.
For New York and PhlU-
4.16 und 11.30 p. m.
For Honesdalofirom Delaware.Lnckawannt
nnd western d.ipoy, 7 .00, 8.110, 10.10 u.m 12 00
ni., 2. 1", 5. 10 p. m.
l'or I'arboudale and intormediate stations.
8.40, 7.00, n.iiO, 10.10 a. m 12.00 m.,2.17, 3 ii B 111
6.3) and II 3!i p. in.; from Bridge, street Depot
.U a. m., B.17and 11 :J p, m. v
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga, tbo Ad.
rondHck Mountains, Bostnn and N';w England
points, 5.40 a m., arriving at Albany 12.I.V
Saratoga 2.211 p. in , mid leaving Scranton at 1
p. m., arriving at Albunv at 8.50 p. m., Sara
toga, 12.55 am, and Boston, 7.0J a. m
The only direct route betwo.-n tho coal fioldi
and B-iston. "The Leading TouristH' Route
of America" to the Adirondack -ilou'itain re
sorts, Lakes Oeorgo and Champlaiu, Montreal,
Time tables showing local and through tr.iln
aervico between stations on nil divisions lii.ia
wuro and Hudson system, may bo obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offices,
H. (4. YOUNO, J. SV. BURDICK,
Bei uiid Vire Pre!dent. (inn. P.isi. yat.
WAY 1:1. ISB4.
Train loavos Scrnnton for Philadulpbia anl
New York via. D. & H It it. ut 6 a.m . 12.10,
2.iS8 and 11.35 p. m via D, L. 4: W. B li ti uO.
8.0S. 11.20 u.m., nnd 1.30 p. m.
Luavs r'.eranton for Pittston and Wllkis
BaiTe via D.. L. & W. li. B o.oo, t us. 11 2J
a. in , 1.80. 3.50. 6.07. K n p. m.
Lnavi aerantoa for White Haven, Uazleton,
rptss Tills 4md all points on tho Beavor
fcibadow and Pottavihe branches, via E. A W
V.. U 10 a.m., v. a D, as IL 1. B. at II a :.. 1J l L
2.3S, 4.10 p.m, via D., L. & W. B. It., U'JO, M
U.iiJa.m.. Hal. asop.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Eattoo,
Keailing, llarrisbur ond all Intern IJati
points via D. & H, 1!. ft., Ka m ,1110, 134, 11.31
p.m., via D L. & W. It. R0.00,!).Ui, ILSOa, m..
Leave Seronton forTunkhannook, Tow.n li,
Elmirn. Ithaca, Geneva unl all totermedi its
points via 1). ft H. R R..'.i .i 7 .-. m 12 10 and 11.3J
p. ru..vlaD. U ft W. H. It.. 8 01 a.m.,1. , i.
Leave Hcruntou for Rm-niistor. B illalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit. Chleao and all points
wost via D. ei H. R. B.. U.07 u.m., 12 . 10.H.1". II.Sj
p.m.. via D. U ft W. B. It. und Pittston
Junction, S IM a.m., 1.30, 8,5'J p. in., v.a E. W.
ii .. 8.41 n- m.
For Klnvra and ths weit via Sal im mo I, via
D, ft EL U ft. O.uT a.m., li lO.u.i'i p, m , v.a D ,
L. ft W. K.H., .MB a.m., I VI and 0."7 p iu.
Pullmsni parlor nnd sleepljx or L. V. oiialr
cars on all trains between U ft B. June i m ,-Wllkss-Barre
and Now Yoru. Philad IpiiU
Buffalo and Snspemlou Bridge.
KOLLIN H. WILBUB, (inn. Sunt Esst Die.
CUAS. g, LRB, Osn. Pas.. Ag't, Piiila.Pi.
A.W NONNEMACHEIt .Ass't Qjn.Pass Ag't
South Bethlehem. Pa
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA A".D
WESTERN RAH ROAD
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for New York aud ah points East. 1.40, 2.50,
6. If, 8.0H and U.5i a. m. ; 12 65 und 8.60 p, m.
Express lor Easton, Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 5.15, 8.O0 and V.6i a. m.; 1S.U
and 3.50 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 3.55 p. m.
Tobybanna aocouimodatiou, 0 10 p. m.
Expr ss for Blnghamtou, Oswego, Elmira,
Corning, Batb. DunsviUo, Mount Morris aud
Buffulo, 12.10, 216a. rc. and 1 24 t. m.. making
uloso connections at Buffalo to all points in tlu
West Northwest and Southwest
Baih accommodation, 0 a m.
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nlciiol.ou accommodation, a: 4 p. m. and
8.10 n m.
Biughamton ana Elmira Express, 0 05 p, in.
Express for Cortland, Svraruso, Oswo.ro.
1' urn and Ulchfield Springs, IU a. m. and l.-i
Hhuco. 2-15 nnd Bath '.'am and 154 p m
For Xorthumberland,Pittston,Wllkos Harre,
Plymouth, Bloomsburg nud Danville, miking
close connections at Northumberland for
WUliamsport, Harrlsburg. Baltimore Wusn
lngton and tbe South,
Northumberland und intermediate stations,
C 00, MS a. m. and 1.30 and G.07 p. m.
Nanticoae ana lutonncdlate stations, 8.08
and 11.20 a m Plymouth and intermeditts
stations, 3..Vand 8.5.' p. m.
Pullman parlor aud sleeping coaches on all
express trains. , , .
For detailed information, pocket tim tables,
etc apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket offloj,
82s l.ackawannaaveuue, or depot ticket olfio.
SCRANTON I'll .
In Effect January 28iu, I "U.
(12 i 1
a 1 3
1 x s v.
Q fifi fl (Trains Dnll.v, Bx-lg 218 2
K I cept Sunday. I r J
r MArrlve Leavei
liN. Y. Frankliu St. ..
7 10 West 42nd street ..
7 0Oj Weehuwken ..
p u'Arrlve Leave
i louaucock .lunctiua
li 12 . . .
i 51, ....I
Proston rm k
10 A il
14 0 45
f8 22 ....
ft M 19 53
2(1 1 1 Btl
7 SI lir:lj
7 40.10 02
7 48 10 10
7.'2 10 6I
7 54 10 17
7 56 10 8 !
8 IV lew
8 0910 2;
Ml III SO
I v Leave
All trains run dally except Sunday,
t slgnlilcs that trains stpp on signal for pas.
Addlllonal trains leave carbnndale for scran
ton 1.10 and 6.15 p. in . arriving at scranton 1.68
Leave scranton for Csrbondale 8.50 and 8.80
arriving at carbondale at 7.36 and 9.15 p. ru.
sooure rates via Ontario a Western befors
purchasing tickets aud save money. Day and
HUitfi Ki press i ' the West,
J. C Andcrsun, Oen. Pass Agt.
V. rotvott, Dir. Pass, Agt Bcianton, Pa
ERIE AND WYOMIKU VALLEY RAIL
Train i leave Scranton for Now York nnd In
trmedlato points on the Erie railroad at 6 31
a. in. und 3.34 p m. Alao for Honesilale.
Hawley and local no hits at 6 115. 0.4o iu m , and
All the above are throuah trains to and
An addlllonal tralu WSTSS Scrnnton for
Lake Ariel at 5.10 r.m. and arrives nt Scran
ton from the Lake at 8 U a in and 7.45 p.m.
Tra ins leave for W i kea-Barru at 6.4H a, in.
and 9.41 p. m.