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TIIE SCRAN TON .TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, JULY C, 1S94.
. Mr. McLeod, at Atlantic City, re
cently talked freely to a Philadelphia
Stockholder representative about his
past work with the Beading und the
New EuglanJ systems. Some things
that be s.id will be read with interest
by friends Id Scranton. Staking of
tbe Ruaiiitlg alliances that lie planned,
Mr. McLeod said:
I saw no other way at Hint time to ac
complish an increase in the gross earn
ings than to BuitHte for a larger percent -nge
ot the coal output. It seemed to mo
very unjust that tbe Reading's quota had
been reduced from S3 to about 18 per cent.,
esptcially in view of its ownership of on
iumed coil. J, therefore, determined to
have the percentage increased. Other
companies were slow to concede the Reml
lug's right to a larger quota, nud I fouud
it neceniary, in order to carry the point,
to formulate a plan to command the an
thracite coal trade, resulting in the so
colled Keutfing deal of February, WJi, by
which coutrul was obtained of the Lehigh
Valley, the Jersey Central, ami, through
co-operation, of the Lackawanna. 1
was then in position to do what I
conceived to be the best for the
froperity if tho Heading, name
y, to increase its output of coal and ub
I tain for coal higher prices. The latter
were not easy of accomplishment. I had
ofteu to contend ngmust great odds. A
good many told nie it was practically im
possible to mark up coal nud keep it up. I,
of course, thought differently. I started
ubout it, however, .vory. cautiously, and
advances of only small size were made
until prices were at a point that permitted
nil emHged in the industry to make fair
returns on capital invested. The miners,
too.partielprted in the era of prosperity
thai opened up tbe trade, and the public
by no means suffered. My idea whs to
have uniformity of prices, and eliminate
cutting df the circular, always a demoral
izing factor. I succeeded, 1 think, very
well in this direction. Coal men have
otten told me that times were never better
in the trade thau wheu I was at the head
of the Beading.
All thisbelped tomaks Beading securities
more highly regarded, and facilitated me
in my project toextend the Reading's mar
kets for coal. At this time, although the
Kmdiug had n larger output and obtaiued
higher prices for coal, it had no markets
which tbe Delaware and Hudson sudu few
other less consequential compauiej conld
cot enter. What tho Bending required nt
that Btugo was, I thought, un exclusive
market. It occurred to me that New Eug
laud, with its busy hives of industry, was
of all sections the one for tbe Heading to
secure acces to exclusively. This conld be
iloue only by obtuiuiug control of the, New
York anil jS'ew England and the Boston
it ud Maine. I set about doiug this as
speedily as practicable, with the result
familiar to the public. There wad no other
mm on my part and that of my associates
in entering the New England territory
than to widen tbe Heading's market fur
coul, and talk entrant that the object was
to interfere with any of Mr. Morgan's pro
jects is abnuid. Mr. Morgan was not
thought of In that connection. What is
murv, control of the Boston and Maine and
the New York and New England was
Testtd iu me and my frieuua at the start.
When I wrote Mr. Bice, who was in
London at the time, the letter stating that
the Beading was not obligated a dollar by
reason ot the control of the Boston aud
Maine and tbe New York and New Eng
.laud, 1 stated a fact well known to a uu in
cur ot people. That was in October, 18!M.
The Beading, however, obtained control
of the Boston aud Maine and the New
York and New England in December, 18!)i
Stocks of these compauies, although show
ing at the time large prqiits to me and my
associates, were turned over to the Read
ing at original cost. The only object in
buying them, iu the first place, was te in
crease the Beading's earning capacity by
widening its market for coal. That is all
ot that story. After that tbe Beading
was going along very well until the be
ginning of the year 1S03, wheu tbe with
drawal of Mr. Drexel's support, hitherto a
source of great help to me "in attempting
to serve well Beading security holders,
precipitated tho receivership, it was my
thought then that it would prove only tem
porary, hut the point was mado plain tome
in Apiilof that year that I could u n accom
plish the practically impossible, having at
that time to contend with overwhelming
odds, aud I resigned the receivership. On
tho same day tbut I resigned from the
Heading I wrote out my resignations as
president of this Boston and Maine and the
New York and New England, but was pre
vailed upon to continue at the head of the
latter. I reluctantly did this, becuuse it
was a mere tail to the kite, and I had no
heart in it at tbe start. After 1 examined
.he property very thoroughly, however, I
saw a way open to make something of It
as an independent concern, and originated
the plan to bring the New England into
N(AV York city. I alone carried the com pany
over its tight period in July, 1SJ3,
and was hopeful of being able to do so iu
January, lt'Jt, and should have done so
bnt for the snap receivership, which sup
prised me as much as It did the public aud
cost me much in money and otherwise,
and, worst of all, eu tailed large losses on
No liquor of any kind is sold in the
'lunch car" recently adJel to excur
sion trains on tbe Lehigh Valley.
An Allentown dispatch lays: 'There
la tronble among the stockholders of
the Lehigh Valley Traction company
und it has leaked out that tbe minority
shareholders who were interested in
the old Allentown and Bethlehem
Rapid Transit company,' which wis
recently absorbed by the traction com
pany, recently held a teoret meeting.
Tbe meeting was oalled for the protec
tion of the interests of the minority
stockholders which rprsetited be
tween 200,OOO and $300,000 in shares
Those present were of the opinion that
the piant is not being properly con
ducted and that tbe minority stock
holders are unable to secure any in
formation concerning the-management
as at present existing; that tbe lines,
especially those of the Rapid Transit
company, are not kept np to tbe stand
ard as under the old management, and
that the minority stockholders hare no
means of securing any information in
the matter. After tbe session of nearly
two hours it was agreed that a commit
tee of fire be appointed to consnlt the
officers of the Lehigh Valley Traction
company and secure some information
relative to tbe present management and
report at the call of the chair.
Minor Indcstrui 'Notes:
Sixty-eight mine foremen were commis
sioned Tuesday at Harrisburg.
Shipments of coal and coke over the
Pennsylvania railroad coutlnuo to steadily
The Pennsylvania bas made a bid for
business In the Lake Shore's torrltory by
putting on a line of sleepers between To
ledo and New York.
' The passenger department of the Phlla-
delphin and Reading bas inaugurated a
series of important reductions in Its local
traffio rates, and good results are follow
ing. .The Jersey Central's fixed chnrgeson
rentals for the period from Jan. 1 to June
1, IbW, show a reduction of $107,017, com-
fiared with tbe corresponding period of
A number .of eastern roads are said to be
in the market tor cars sicce tbe Lehigh
Valley has made a move iu'tbat direction.
The. Maine Central is one and. Is in the
market for 1,000 cars. ""
Jobs Lazarus, formerly a resident1 of
Pittstoo, bnt n.sv traffic manager of tbe
Indianapolis, tcatur and Western, says
that along that'V.ne shippers are beginning
to call for cars to load with wheat, and be
thinks most of the farmer will at once
sell their surplus grain.
James O'Uonnell, mine foreman for the
Silver Brook Coal company at No. 1, was
on Tuesday promoted to the position of
general inside foreinnu in all that com
pany's works at both No. 1 aud No. 3 col
Tbe colliery of A. Pardee, at Ilazle
mines, suspended work Mouday .evening
on account of n breuk on tbe plana of No.
8 slope. The worn on the reconstruction
or the plane was finished yoBteruay wneu
work was resumed. '
The Scranton and W'ilkes-Burro Con
solidated Coal company, chartered at Har
nsburg this week, enrolls as directors
Samuel N. Stetler, Minor (J Carr and
Henry H. Archer. Tbe cupital is placod iu
the charter at $100,000.
It is not known yet how soon the Hick
ory Swamp colliery, near Mc. CarineL will
beubloto resume operations, as there are
still several feet of water above the rail at
tho bottom of the elope. The colliory was
drowned out by last month's flood.
One of the largest day's business in the
coal trade iu the history of the Heading
Eailroad company was done Tuesday. The
shipments for twenty-four hours amounted
to nearly 100,000 tons of authracite coal,
ull of which weut over the inalu line. Sev
eral traius were billed to Buffalo for west
William H. Havre, second vice-president
of tho Lehigh Valley Coal company, has
been con ii nod to bis room at the Iroquois
hotel, Buffalo, during the past week, as
the result of an accideut.that occurred last
Monday. Iu attempting to board a car,
he sprained a ligament iu his back and has
siuto bceu almost helpless.
That tired kixuxci which Is bo common
aud so overpoweriug is entirely driveu off
by Hood's Ssrsuparilla, the beat blood
puriller. Hood's barsnparilla overcomes
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
pills, assist digestion, cure headache. 25c.
Dr. Wood's Xouwav riNic Sywp cures
couijh aud colds quicker thau any otner
remedy, because it combiuos the lung
healing quality of the pine treo with other
valunUo medicines. Sold by all dealers on
a guarautoe of satisfaction.
NEEDS NtRVY TREATMENT.
Says The tc'UAXTox Tuiiiuke: "It is a
curious fact, and one not without aignift
cancu, that simultaneously with the move
ment to build a uew court house iu Lu
zerne couuty, the commissioners of that
county are forced to consider the advisa
bility of increasing the couuty jail. It to
day contains 10 prisoners, aud
the average number is continually
and rapidly increasing. Luzerne is a
growing county, witn respect both to
wealth and population; but Luzerne is
not growiug at auy where near the pce
which characterizes the growtn or tne
jail census and of Hi criminal dockets.
Are tbe officials of the couuty doing alt
they can to dicourago crime? Are they
setting deterrent examples before the eye
of the uncultured elements among their
constituents? Is the trend of events
pluinly iu the direction of a constantly
bettered and stricter enforcement
of law? And if not. why notf
Tub Tribune's comment is timely nud
Its query pertinent. Luzerne is undoubt
edly not doing what she should to dis
courage crime. That is she is not doing
it directly. There are numerous indirect
means in operation, but these will take a
generation to become noticeably operative.
statistics will show that the vast majority
of Luzerne's too freqaent 'miciiles occur
among the ignorant foreiir. . And stat
istics of the courts will eh that when
one of these has been prop f punished
twenty-five have easily escaped. We are told
that tne purpose of the law aud law's pen
alty is not so much to pumsU tbe offender
as to sec an example to the oommuuity. Is
that what may fuirly be called setting an
example or is It not fairly true that each
murderer who escapes is the unconscious
means of bringing about three-fold the
amount of crime in which he participated?
ir juries and lawyers and people generally
hail the nerve to deal with this lawless
class as justice aud right demand for
four or five years wo should not longer
suffer the disgrace ot seeing tho county
jail population growing 50 per cent faster
than the regularly accounted census fig
ures. Public sentiment should b educated
to put contempt on the weak kneed, and
if these crimes do not justify hanging at
least let these people begin to sudor for
encouraging, abettincr, and being around
iu the atmosphere of crime. Ono of the
principal curses has boen that in several
cases if the evidence has not justified mur
der in the nrst degree, absolute acquittal
S. II. Clifford, New CasseL Wis., was
troubled witn neuralgia and rheumatism.
his stomach was disordered, his liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and ho was terribly reduced in
llesb and strength, itnee bottles ot Elec
tric Bittors cured tim.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., bad
a running sore on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Halve and his leg is ound and
well. John Speaker. Catawba. O.. bad
five lare fever sores on bis leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckleu's Arnica
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Stocks and Bonds.
New York. July 6. The markets for
securities were dull again today, only 112,
000 shares of stocks being traded In, of
which American Sugar alone figured for
40,800 shares. The undertone of specula
tion wns firm throughout, tho heaviness of
Sugar having no iuflueuce. London started
the upward movement in the goneral rail
way list by tnkiug moderate umount of
its specialties. Strike news fell flat, neither
home nor foreign operators having paid
any attention to the developments at tho
west, tba general belief still being that
the American Rnilwny union's move
ment against the railroads will purl
in failure. The lepr rting of the teriff bill
to the lionte is looked upon as a bull
argument by most operators ns it means
an early settlement of this vexed ques
tion. The advance ranged from V to 1
per cent St. Paul, Louisville and Nash
ville, Burlington and Quincy and Bich
moud Termiual were most prominent. Tho
last named was more active at higher
range on account of the progress making
in the reorganization of the system.
American Sugiir was the weak spot all day
long and gradually dropped from J0t)J to
ffi closing at the lowest point. liouaes
with Washington connections were used
to sell the stock. There woro rumors
that the differential duty on relitioil sugar
would bo taken out of the bill by the
housp. The market closed Bteady fo firm
at advances of yt to to for the day.
Sugur lost 3 per cent.
Tho following coinpioto table snowing the
day's fluctuations in Active stocks Is supplied
and revised dally by La Har A Pallur, stock
brokers, 121 Wyomlnir avenue:
Am. Cot. Oil.
A. T. & S. F.
Cnp. N. J 107
Chic & N. W H'.'i
O.. B. A Q
Chic. Gas. 7IR.?
C C.C & Bt. L.... 07
Col., Hock.Val. T
I). & II 11WM
D It. W .?.
Krle , i:jra
O. K. Co SOU
N. Y. N. E,
N. Y. Central
N. Y O. W lfi
1. I ., D. OS W
a. s. c. to
North Pao. pf 14MS
Honk Island ,. 1174
B. T 102
t. Paul (WW
T..C.& 1 1111.J
Texas ft P0 '
Union Pacllle lift
eat. e"t, lntr,
27 Ti 27
KB l7 lr7!
W. 5wi 6H
1(17" 107" 1U7"
10.1 105 105
77t 711'i 'Mi
TlisJ Wi Sl'it-
a;)i 37 B714
titiii laiy livji
24"" jit'i si"
14V 23-2 U
MM M' W1H
K itsu r.v
11 115 16
Wt 15 - ISlS
3jA UiW 3-
m m wi,
1174 'H 67M
nvi mi uil
'"a ln$ wa
m w m
V. & l E. Elf...
Chicago Oram and Provision u
Scbasitow. Julv 5. Tlie followlfta auota-
tionsare supulieu and Corro-Jtod dally by L.
Cur & fuller, slock Urokers.121 Wyoming avo-
New York Produce Market
New York. July 5. Flour-DuII and
Wheat Dull. Ike. lower: No. 2roa.store
and elevator, '.)c; afloat, 50c; f. o. b.,
60ci ungraded red, 57aOOc: No. 1
northern, tastfe,; options were ami ami
weak at a decline of lKale: No. 2 red
July, Mo.i August, (lOjjjc; Scptombor,
OlJic; December, Cj.Vc
Uokn Dull, x;io. lower, closing Ilrm;
No. a, 4.V'io.eluvator: 40iii4Ci'c. afloat:
options dull, lower, closing steady;
i my, 4ojic: August, 40c: septomoer,
40 V, c.
Oats Dull, firmer: options, dull, lower:
July, 45?4'c; August, lU'c; September,
ii.ic; INo. X, wnite, July, 4i4c; spot prices.
No. 3. 505Jc; No. 2 white. f2a5dc: No. 2
Chicago, 5 1 a51 He: No. 3, 4D.; No. a white,
50c: mixed westtern,'5!!4a52c.; white do.,
01 a 07c; white state, 51a57c.
Hkev Quiet, steady. .
Cut Meats Quiet, firm; picklod
Lard Quiet, higher; western steam
closed t7.30rt7.35; city. 0c; July, $7.30;
refined, quiet; continent. $7.55; South
America. ?7.85: compound. CaOc.
Poiik More active, higher; mess, 1 14a
Butter Quiet, steady: state dairy, 12a
17,'i'e.; do. creamery, 15al8c. ; Pennsylvania
do., IBalbo.; western dairy, 10';allc. ;
do. creamery, 14alHc.;do. factory, Bij'aMc;
elgiiis, isc; imitation creamery, liialac
Cuekse Firm, fair demand.
Euos Firmer; state and Pennsyl
vania, 14al4c; western fresh, BlaUa;
do., per caae, f 1. 75a3.
Bucklen's Arnloa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cut
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, halt Kheum, Fever
uo Tut.... r't..t.....i -i.iiki..i.
... .v.,111. vun'jjm uauuo, VyUIIU.IIIU
Cores aud all bkiu Erupticms, aud posi
tively euros i'iles, or no pay required. It
lteuarauteed to ive perfect eutistaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For aula bv alsttlmwa Kim
M. L. Plair, alderman. Fifth ward.
Scranton, Pa., slated Nov. 9; 1;S)3: "He
had used Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil for
sprains, burns, cuts, bruises and rheuma
tism. Cured every time.
Is an Improvement in Soap.
In the Trolley Soap old methods
and materials are superseded by new
ones. The Trolley Soap leaves the
clothes sweet and clean and lasts longer
than other soaps.
Ask Your Grocer for It.
If he does not keep it send us order for
20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
or for a Box 100 cakes 75 pounds $4.50.
Joseph $.2 Thomas Elnton,
227 Chestnut Street, Phila.
Manufacturers of the Celebrate
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
Ertooaeio T TMt HioMttf Moiei. AimiaaiTiis
iNHAiiTa will euro ymi. A
woiHlerfiil btwtn t HulTuron
1 rntnColda, IdnroTlirotif,
imrui'Uiti rtlitf. A n aioli'nt
lYImrt V. piirviinlATifc In rnrr
In pnpltet. rearty to 5"" en Ur't ludlcailea of cold.
tailaruuiluutniarantPixlorinonfiy refunJwd. Price,
fit eta. Trial fr at Untwists, HwlKtursd nisll,
Ul coum. a. 11, LlSiJlill, Ku-., l&TM Rnirl, Hut,, U. S,
OtT M nta.w m
MFMTHflt ia surut ami iafsnt Tmelv for
I nUU eilnltlailliosMS.K'cw'ma.lwu.Halt
Itneumnla fnrtt, uurus, riiti, Wondarnil rem
nlrf'Jr rlLKSi. l'rlu... cl. nt Dniic n u
tints or by mnl) pronsul. Acl lrouaamilKito. Dni.IT
Fr sale by BlattUews llros. and John
r W ArlW- umAtt kuaranl. Imi4S hw A'JU .0110 ML.
aay. mdirsoirtnir, ham by su.wwml.i.
,'i? UMrtapMluil.aMliyitll. whwlMSprlMi I
, a ml tmrjnu, uur Mnrr o Ramaav i" I
J aadtlnlf ran. cotil kukui Co, m, til. P
DR. W. J. MARTEN,
" I have given Bovinine. in
quite a number ot cases of
Cholera Infantum and the so
called summer complaints of
children, and have been grate
ful beyond my expectations
with the results.
has in several cases, beyond
a question of doubt, averted
impending death from starva
tion. No other food has given
the uuifonn good results that
For sale by all druggists.
THE BOVININE CO., NEW YORK.
National Esni cf Scranton.
FA MTJEL ITIXES.rPrPsMonl.
V. W. WATSON, VIcb President
A. a WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Samitfl HitfF. jamm M EnnnAnT,
lltVINO A. FlNCn, PlEKCH B. FlNt.EV,
Joseph J. Jmimy. M. t. Klmmiikii.,
Cuas, f. ilAUUEws, John T. Puuxiiil.
W. V. Watsok.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
Thls'bank lavitos the patronage ot baslneas
men aud firms gemTully.
Bank of Scranton.
Thin bauk nfTni'4 in drposltors firry
fm'lllly wwrruiitt'd by llielr Ualiinces, bust
liens Mud rHiiiniAibllity.
hpi-clul attention )irn to bnslnrss ao
couuta, lutuieat iiuld on time deposit.
WILLIAM CONNKT.t, rrsldrnt.
UKO. II. ATI,1N, Vlco-Frrsldont.
WILLIAM 11. l'Jitli, CshleK
Wllllftm Connell, Ceorgr II. Catlla,
Alfred Hand. Jauiss Anlilld, Hinry
Hlin, Jr, William T. HuiUli Lntbsr
1 ii I Commoralti) B.d'g,
Hade at tha JIOOSIO anrl KU8H
Lsfllin & Earnl PowJor Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDEB
Electric Batlerlos, Fusoi for eiploJ
lug blasts, bafdty Fuse aud
RcpatinoChemical Co.'s High Explosives
Large Medium and
White Clover, ;
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & COMELL CO.
ONE of the strong
une's equipment as a
first-class printing es
tablishment is the fact
that it has a superb
supplied with up-to-
date machinery and
managed by skilled
workmen. For neat
work promptly done
and at prices that are
fair and square, it has
no superior in North
Preserve Those Pic
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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
A 11.1 1
ind do tne woric so
thoroughly that you
will simply be de
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eiits in every couu ty.
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vv, monwea!th bullninv H.nt..n p'
C. CUMEUY8, lf!l Horuco st
H. kKl'LllUI.F. i i
tmtod on real estate secnrlty.iOn Bprnce
i. KILL AM, Attornerat-Law, VJi Wy
ominif avenue, Scranton.
CCHOOLOK THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls for collogt
or business: thoroughly trains voung children.
Cutalogue at request.
Rev. Thomas M. CAnx
Waltkb H. Buei.l.
MISS WORCESTEK'3 KLNDERQARTEN
and Kcliool, 412 Adams avenue. Pupil
received at all times. Next term will open
Til. A. TAFT. D.D.S., 101 North Wnsl
1 In.rfn A t.n n 1 . .. 1 n.nli.
- - M'h'u ..w. inn v .11 I III
Restorations. Crown and BridRe Work.
CI C. LACBACH, burgeon Deutist, No, 11
J, Wyoming ave.
K-M-f-T K A TT( N. ofll-. foul Kifhn.
THE REPUBLIC Bavings and Loan Asso
ciation will loan you money on easier term
and pay you better on Investment than an
other association. Call on 8. N. CALLK.N
nT(. T'm Tin bnildlnir
GR. CLARK A CO., Seedsmen, Florist
and Nurserymen; store 146 Washington
avenue: green bouse, ljjd North Main avouue
store telephone 7H2
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jonos Broa
WIRE R ItEhNS.
TOS. KUETTEL, 6iS Lackawanna avena."
Krrsrtim. Pa., re annf'r of Wire Sere.-ni
HOTELS AND KESTACRANTR.
'1'UE W EST Jl INST E It, 217-219 Wyomini
X ove. Rooms heated with steam: all inc'
era Improvements. C. M. TaiiMAW, Prop.
rpiIE ELK CAFE, 123 and 127 Franklin ave-
J. nuo. Kates reasonable.
r.juiw i.EH. Proprietor.
- vi. iivuu.u i, aanager.
Bixtoenth street, one block east of Broadway.
Bt lTt,i.,n V V ..
Ml n unlicvm.
V....WU k'tii..ic., iiui. BUrJU
Amerlran plan, SioO per (lar and upward.
COYNE HOUbE! Euroneon plan; ood
rooms. Open day and night Uar 'suv
plied with the best
P. H. roTNE. Proprietor,
SCRANTON HOUSE, near D., L. ft W. pas
senger depot Conducted on the European
plan. Victoh Koch, Proprietor.
C" RAND CENTRAL. '1 he largest and besT
X equipped hotel in Allentown. Pa.; ratal
f 2 aud fcH-Mpor day.
Vicroit D. Barner, Proprietor.
AVIS & HOUPT, ArclilteoU. Rooms 21,
26 and 2rt Commonwealth b'ld'g. Scranton.
L. WALTER, Architect, Library build
J incr. Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
bnildine.iai Wasblngton Ave.,!icranton.
MISt Kl LANKOtS.
liAUF.R'S ORCHESTRA - MU810 FOR
J) balK picnics, partioa, reoeptiona wed
dinirs and concert work furnished. For terms
address R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulliert'B music storo.
ORCHESTRA - MU810
ORTON D. SWART3-WHOLESALB
lumOer, rrlce liulhling, Frrnnton, Pa.
MLGAKGLE BUOTIIEIW, PRINTERS'
Mipplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Bcrantop,
10jTE"S LIVERY. VM lapouso avenue.
I First class earriagos. D. L. l OOTE, Agt.
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
iRANK P. BROWN ft CO., WHOLE
J sale dealers In Wood ware, Cordage aud
Oil Cloth, 7"0 W. Lncka wanna avenue.
IZUA FiNN ft SONS, builders and rontrao
J tors. Yards: Corner Olive st. and Adams
ave. ; corner Ash st aud Penn ave., Scranton.
The GENUINE New Haven
New York Warerooms No. 80
E. C. KICKER & CO,
Sola dealers in this section.
OITICB-m Adams At., Telephone BTd'g
Enreka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
Uitar Hocsa tkjUAKm,
Alt tlnds of Lauudry work gnsrantetJ
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
6CRANTON AND WILKEft-BABRft PA, MAKOFAOIUKKBa Of
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF It J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, lnsurlnj
cleaullness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IS EFFECT MAT 20, IBM.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston, Wllkea.
Parrn. nf. f fl !il. U IK II 3ft u . inn
R..mfimi 19 11 nr. n m k;.,.r...'o,.. .
i.uoraisir.iop: : ' ,-
ror Auantio citv, B.-n a. m.
For New York, Newara and Elizabeth, S.20
lllfmul m n. VI r.i f ... .
parlor car), 8.ao (express) p. m. Bunday, tla
For MAttcr Citttnk, Am.kntown, Betbl
hem, Eabtom and 1'hiladei.phiI, D.au a. m..
i.r, p.n t.exoepc rnuaaeiphlai p. in.
Bunday, 2.15 p. m. '
For Lono Bhahcr, Oceas Grove, etc, at
8.20 (wiih turougii car) a. m li.p. m.
For Rending, Lebanon aud Harrisburg, via
Allentowy, 8.20 a. m., IZZO, 6.00, p.m. Sunday.
2.16 p. m.
ror I'uiuiviiie, o..a. m., rj.uip, m.
Hatlivnlni. l-n .m V... V . . . It..
--. v ........ , Hn.uA.un . " a , iwfc ui uiueriv
Blrect, North river, at a 10 (express) a. m.,
i.i", i.tju, ..n luxpreiw witu cuiiot parlor car)
p. m. Bunday, 4 l a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Heading Terminal, 8.QD
a. m., 2.00 and 4.1U p. m. Bunday, 6.27 a. m.
Through tickets to all points at lowost ratu
may be had on application in advance to the
ticket agent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN.
. Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. H. OLDAL'SEM.
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May Ht. 1892,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridfre Street
Station. Hcranton, for Pitts-
aTirfeJVV ..'"i " "aew-oarre, etc., e.tw,
"a m lTHl i ii7 u:i7 Ku;. m vim
ff 3 2.:.'4.1t;; 6.1a, 9.1j
ffW r and 11.D6 p. m.
f f' For Now York and Phlla-
delphla, 00a. jw, U.10, '..Si,
2 W. 1.10 and U.flOp. m.
For IIonesdale(trom Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot), 7.0U, H.11U, 10.10 a.m., lli-UU
m., i. 17, 5. 10 p. in.
For Carbondalo and intermediate stations,
5.40, 7 00, .:, 10.10 a. m 12.00 m.,2.17, 8.,5.10,
6 :&t and 9 Xi p. m.; from Bridge Utreet Depot!
2.ll a.m.. 2.17andli:i6p. m.
Fast express to Albany, Paratoga, the Adi
rondack Mountains Bost in and New England
points. 5.40 a. m., arriving at Albany 12.45.
HarutoKn 'Z.'M p. m. .and leaviitg Scranton at '2.17
p. m., arriving at Albany atS.50 p. m,, bara
toga, 12.55 a, m , and Boston, 7.00 a m.
The only direct routo between the coal fields
and Boston. "The Loading Tourists' Routa
of America" to the Adirondack .Mountain re
sorts, Lakes lieorge und Chainplain, Montreal,
Time tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may bo obtaiued at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket orhYes.
1L O. YOUNG. J. W. BUHDICK,
Second Vice President Gen. Pass. Agt.
M AV IS, Lint
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. D. ft H. R H. at 8 a.m , 12.10,
18S and 11.86 p. m via D , L. ft W. a ., UO,
LOS, 11.20 a.m., and 1.3) p. ui.
Leave ISeranton for Pitts ton and Wilkss
Barre via D.. L. ft W. R. K., 1.00, &08, Il ia)
i. a ,1.80. a&u. 6.07, S.'iO p. ra.
Leave Kcranton for Wbtto Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsville and all point on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via E. ft W.
640 a.m., via D. ft H. R. K. at 8 a.m., 12.19,
;38, 4.10 p.m via D., L. ft W. B. R, 6.00, &JA,
1.20 a.m., 1.30, 3.69 p-m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton.
leading, Harrisbnrg and all intermedials
;olnt via D. ft H. R, R., 8 a.m.. 12.10. t;.l ll.ii
vm.,vla D., L. ft W. R. R..6.UO,8.08, 11.20 a. m,
Leave Scranton fnrTnnkhannock, Towanda,
ilmlra. Ithaca, Goneva and all intermediite
joints via D. ft H. K.R..H U7 a.m., 12.10 and 11.31
-s m..via D. L. ft W. K. R., 8.0H a.m, 1.30 p. ra.
Lonve Hcranton for Ruchester, Buffalo, Nl
.gara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all points
ivestviaD. ft H. R. R., 9.07 a.m.,12.10,0.15,11.8i
X m., via D. L. ft W. R. R. and Pittetoa
Innction. 8.08 a m., 10, 8 &o p. in., via E. ft W.
for Elmira and the west via Salsmanoi, via
. tt K. R. 8.07 a.m.. Ii 10.0.15 p. ra., via D,
' ft W. R.K.. ,8.08 a.m., 1 and B.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor an 4 sleeping orL. v. chair
ars as all trains between L. ft B. Junction or
ffllkts-Barre and New York, Philadelphia,
luffalo and Suspension Bridge.
OLLI H. WILBUR, Gen. Bupt East DIv.
CHAS. H. LIE. Gen. Pass. Ag't, Phil.. Pa.
V W.NONNETiACHEB.Asa't Qen-Pass. Ag't,
Dn...K 't..kl.l,.n, Ti-
DELAWARE, " LACKAWAKNA""AWO
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
or New York and all points East 1.40, 2.50,
16, 8.00 and 9.5o a. m.; 12 5i and 3.50 p. m.
Express for Easton, Tronton, Philadelphia
ad the South, 6.15, 8.00 and i.ti a. m.; Uil
nd3.50 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 8.65 p. m.
Tobyhanna aocomnedatton, 6.10 p. m.
Exur as for Blnghamton, Osweio, Elmira,
orning. Bath. Daasville, Mount Morris and
luSalo, 12.10, 2 15 a, ra. and 1 24 p. m., making
lose connections at Buffalo to ail points In tba
West Northwest and Southwest
Bath accommodation. 9 a. m.
Binghaniton and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nicnolsoa accommodation, at p. m. and
6,10 p. m.
Blnghamton and Elmira Express, 8.05 p, m.
Expross for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego.
CUca and Richfield Spraaga, 2.15 a. m. and Lm
Ithaca. 116 and Bath Pa. to. and U p. m.
For Northumberland, Pittuton,Wllkes.Barre,
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Dauvll making
close connections at Northumberland for
Willtanuport Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wash
ington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate stations,
O fJO, 9.55 a. m. and 1-30 and 8-07 p. m.
Nanticoae ana intermediate stations, 8. W
and 11.20 a. m Plymouth and intermediate
stations, 80 and 8. 5-' d. m. .
Pullmon parlor and sleeping coaches on all
express trains. . . ...
For detailed information, pocket time tables,
etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, flty teket offlpe,
828 Lackawannaavenue. or depot ticket omc.
VTEW YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERN
IN RAILWAY CO.
T1U TAHI.I IN H'l'ECT SUNDAY, JUKfi 24.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondale at
8.30, 10.55 a.m. and 111' i p.m.
For Hancock Junction, 10.55 a.m. and 6.10
Trains leave Hancock Junction for Foran
ton. 6a.m. and 2.0,1 p ra.
Trains lenvo Carbondale for Scranton at
7 24 a m. and 8.34, 6.34 p.m.
In KITert June 8 lib, 1804.
Stout li Bound,
805 103 :i01
gr-g j3 a.
202, M 200
nr . . u
(Trains Pally, KxJSfi.S &
cepunuliy) p iq a
N. Y. Franklin St.
.... T 1
West 4nd street
80i l i5i
'llttUCOOK JllllCtlOUl 6 (Xl II
II '11 ....
8 22 ....
941 r a
9 58, 4 5
8l 6 05
8 09, 5 08
8 19, 6 18
S.Hl 5 34
7 61 l46 ....
7 4r.l40A M
7 3!1I2 imiooi!
7l2 08l 9 Mil
Tl,l9 9 48I
7 Odi 1 1 19, MSs!
0 511181 91.V
6 4Hflla0 9
87 18 8HI 6 87
f0 4! . ... 110 0
t! 82 i 43 f5 4!i
6 41111 t, 9 03
7 81 8 45 6 45
74U 8 61 6 51
743 8 64 6 61
748. 8 59 6 59
7(9 4 0l 6 04
7541 4 071 607
710! 410 610
8 H 4 14! 6 14
80&I4 17 6 16
8051 4 0 'JO
8511 W 8 57
A 811X1115! 854
6:ijn hi b no
iiiii ui, en.
6 21 '11 0V 8 41
6 11 11 I" 8 8(1
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6 10 10: 5 8 3a
A MP Mr H
All trains run dally except Sunday,
f. dignities that trains stop on signal for pa,
M'uure rates via Ontario Western before
purchasing tickets and save money. Day and
K logt itipreaa to the wept.
J. C. Anflorson, Gsn. Pass. Agt
T. Flltcrott, Dir. Pass, A't. Bcrauton, Pa.
General Office, SCRANTON, FA.