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THE SCKANTON TRIBUXE-MONDAY MOIWIJTGr, JULY a, 1894.
Th work of drying out the old Sil
ver Brook ihaft has been sornswbat re
tarded dnring the past week. On Mon
day trie pinup in the (haft cave oat,
making it necessary to have another
pnmp substitute the broken one. A
gang of carpenters are now removing
a powerful pomp from No. 3 stripping,
vrnieh Wilt be placed in the shaft aud
the disabled pump taken out. There
was about seventeen Ceet ot water in the
abaft when the punp gave out, and it
was expected that the process of drying
would be completed in ten daya' time.
The delay occasioned by the breakage
lias allowed the water to rise somewhat
but with a aubstitnte apparatua in or
der and once working the water will
rapidly disappear. The slope whioh is
being driven a few hundred feet east
ot the shaft hue attained a depth of 100
feet. It will be sunk below the old
works and will serve as an outlet for
nil the coal that will be mined there.
The development of the old worke will
prove a paying boom for the people of
Silver Brook, Ulcers who worked in
the place twenty years ago say there Is
moro good coal in these works to be
yet taken ont than there is at the uew
colliery; In the first place there was a
shaft and a slope sunk at the old works.
The breaker was built partly over the
former and the oeal wae hoisted, to the
lireaker by cages. The slope Is yet in
fair condition and is situated about
1.000 feet east of the shaft. The vein
pitched somewhere in the neighborhood
of 85 degrees, but in order to reduee
the incline and make the slope serve
as a mule and traveling way as well
aa an opening through which the coal
wonli be hoUted, the slope was
driven on a pitch of 43 -degrees,
thus leaving almost half the coal
under them. There is every reason to
believe that this coal can now be ob
tained. A remarkable episode in con
neetion with the old works, say 4 the
Huzleton Standard, was a tunuel that
wus driven through a fault in the big
vein east for a distance of 1,500 feet
with the expectation of fludiug the
vein In true form. This tunnel was
started near the bottom et the shaft
which is now being dried out and, hav
ing been driven the distance above
etiitcd at an enormous expense to the
souipttoy, all hope of striking the vein
vanquished and the tunnel was aban
doud. This wus twenty years ago and
iiotbiug was thought of the uugainly
project until the No. 5 stripping was
upetied some time ago and tue end of
the abandoned tunnel discovered only
ubout six feet from the desired vein,
wniea ran op to 100 feet in thickness,
A company fans been formed, com
posed of well known capitalists, for the
manufacture of solid steel car wheels.
The plant will, it is said, be erected on
the line of the Reading railroad, below
Wayne Junction. Two ten-ton ham
mers will be pui in, and the steel in
gots will be purchased from one of the
uaay large steel companies in Penn
sylvania. The output at the beginning
wUI be about thirty-two tons per day,
wfcieh will be Increased as soon as the
new wheels ere put on the market.
The process of making the new wheels
is the invention of James A Faeer, a
well known resident of Qermantown.
Fatenta have been taken our in this
eenatry, Europe and Canada.
The anthracite blast furnace at Tem
ple, Berks county, which recently shnt
down for repairs and want ot coke, is
expeeted to resume shortly, when 1,000
tens a week will be turned out. A
large portion et the irou on band has
been sold, and daily shipments are bs
iug made. Sheridan f nrnace No. 2 is
ready to go into blast as soon a supply
soke is received. No. 1 is in blast and
using anthracite. Robesonia furnace,
which had to be rellned, is only await
iug the arrival of coke to go into oper
ation. Iti capacity is 1,100 tons a week.
At Lebanon the iron situation is
given as follows: The Colebrook for
esees are receving daily shipments ot
coke, ana will be put into blast this
week. The Lebanon Valley furnaoes
received enough coke to insure steady
operation. The Lebanon furnaces re
ceived a large aupply of coke.. The
Bird Coleman furnaces at Cornwall
will be placed in operation in two
weeks, by whioh time it is expected
coke will have been received,
This is what' the Plttston Gaaatts
says concerning the new brick and tile
company that waa chartered last week,
to utilise a superior strata of shale dis
covered in the borough of Duntnore:
"Abram Axborn, the well known ex
pert in brick making, for many years a
resident of Pittstoo, has found a bed ot
clay in the neighborhood of Scrantoo,
which he claims, possesses superior
qualities, and from which vitrified
brisk can be made. He ie now eugnged
in organizing a company to manufact
ure brick, and has Interested soma of
the most prominent residents of Scran
ton in the project. Among those who
have taken stock are A. E. Hunt, Wil
liam A. Connell, Horan & Ilealy. Hun
son Carpenter, D. M Jones, H. .
Hand, 3. W. Roberts, Dr. Couoell, and
William L. Connell. The works will
probably not be ready to offir the
brick to Plttston borough for use on
Main street, Dut Mr. Axhorn is also
agent for the Halliwood block, a vitri
fied brick whioh he praises very highly,
and he will present samples and bids
to the town council when the proper
time comes. He bas some very inter
esting test figures that will be worthy
Joseph A. Wilkin, an engineer on
the Eastern division of the Erie rail
way, residing at Matamoras, Pa., in
coojuoction with Dr. James J. Mill,
of Port Jervis, has just taken out a
patent on an improvement to foot and
band powers which is expeoted to make
him a rich man. The invention is,
especially, tatended for us with bi
cycles or tricycles in which the foot
power is applied either to a crsnk shaft
to rotate the same or to treadles ttoat
nie raised by springs and depressed ny
the feet The invention is also appli
cable to lathe power, and is particu
larly adapted for high speed and is a
great improvement on bicycles and
much easier to work than the present
wheels. The feet can rest at any time
u the pedals. There is no lost mo
tion as la the present system ot cyc
Mihob Industrial Notes:
The Lehigh Valley is said to have never
handled so mush western trafllc as now.
Iacreaaing railway business is noted
throughout the Lehigh aad Wyoming val
leys. Wages en the Buffalo, Rochester and
Pittsburg, which were cot 10 per cent. In
Kareh, have Uea restored.
Business at Coxtou, where through
western freight trains are made op fur
tke kehifh Valley cut-off branch, is near
ly ssipended owing to the Interruption of
western travel by the strike.
With the completion of the street rail
way line between Lowell aad Haverhill,
Mats., a line of forty-two tulles is made,
becoming what Is clsilrfd to be the long
est contiuuoni street railway In the coun
try. Tim coal tonnage of the Philadelphia
and Reading is now heavy beyond ail pre
vious records. On Monday last over 100,-i
000 tons of anthracite were bandied on the
main line, and the telle for thuaame will
realize to the company over (200,000 tor
The coal traffic on the P. and E. and P.
S. V. divisioue of the Pennsylvania rail
road atill continues very' heavy. The
trainmen ere kept busy night and diy.
The P. and E. division officials are able to
bundle their trafflo with their present
force, and a new crew will be put on the
P. a V. diriiion this wsek. :
V. O. Mervlne, whole the largest hucklo.
berry shipper on the Pocouo mountains,
will soon thip 1U, 000 quarts per day. lie
estimates bis production this season at
s,ouu DusneiB. A litres lurce oi lungs mo
engaged, aud it is a great source of reve
nue for the people of that region. Mr.
Mrrwino bas abont 10,000 acres of huckle
berry land under lease, aud shipii the ber
ries to New York, Philadelphia and ll
aloug the line of tne Delaware, Lacka
wanna aud Western railroad.
This remedy ie becoming so well known
and so popular a9 to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electrio Bitters
sing the same toug ot praise. A purer
medicine does notexUt end it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitter will core all diseases of the Liver
itnd Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Dolls,
Bait Kheuiu and other affections caused by
Impure blood. Will drive i: alarm from
tbe system and prevent as well as cure all'
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache,
Contispation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entile ratisUction guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price SO cts. and (1
per oottle at ilatttiows Bros., Drug stors
Henrt Sckoknals, foreman Henry
Krug backing Co., bt. Joseph, Mo., uses
Dr. Thomas' Edeetrio Oil, with his una
for sprains, cuts, bruises, chapped hsuds ,
eto. It U the best.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Bonds.
New York. July 7. The day's business
at tue btock Lxchauae snowed so mo lav
provetneut as compared with the previous
Saturday, but tbe activity wae at the ex-pen-e
of values. The dealiugs footed up
73,000 shares. The market was much
weaker in tone and the bears were more
aggressive on account of London liquida
tions and tbe lawlessness , of the
western striker. The nelliug was acceler
ated by the stock failures lu London
yesterday aud by tbe deitructlon of rail
way property by the strikers. The de
cline in prices ranged from M to $X pr
cent. American Sueur sold down IS,
Chicago Uas , Burlington and Uuiucy
lf. Rock Island l.H, .Northwest 1, Leals
ville aud Nashville 1, Delaware aud Hud
son 1, Lead 1. At the ckse a some w list
steadier tone prevailed aud a rully of )i to
i per cent, ensued. Net cbauge fur the
duy show losses of i to i per cent., ex
cept in the case ot Pullman, which fell i
Tbe following ooujiete table ituwise tin
day's fluctuations m actis stooka is supplied
and revised dully by La Bar A Fuller, stock
eroaera, iM w yoimuz avenue:
Open- Htua- Low Ctos-
u, est. est. lut.
Am. Cot. Oil 27 27 27 27
Am Suear. VM U.'.W !4 DM
A.T.A3.F 5 5, 5 6
Can. Ho. 4d4 6t. 4S, i&H
feu. N. J lUtoSi IWil Kli lWrft
Chic N. W 101 1UH4 lot 1.4
Q., B. Q 7 to 74? 76
Chic. Oas. 78 7Hi 775, 7T
C, C. (.'. ii 8t. L.... SH ; 'M Bi4i
Col.. Hock.Val. A T. IS IS 19 IS
D. Ss U 1211 iH Ltfta
P., L. & W
D. A C. F XiK 24 SHJV6 Hi
lCri liH HH 134
Cr. E. Co Wii ili'-J M'i
LakeShoro 12fW 124
L. AM 44 H'J 4Je 44
Manhattan 1144, 114U 114X 1144
Miss. Pao i ! ast Hiy
Nat. Lead W4 2H 'i'.ji
n. I, a a. Jt
S. Y. Central.
N. Y.. O. A W..
N. Y.,8. A W Vfii
U. 8. C Co 31
North Pao &i
Mortk Pac. pf
B. T 1H
T., C. A I lftj
Texas A Pac 4
Union Pacitto ; lu?s
Wabash pt 1$
Western Union KJh
W.ft L. F 11
W. A L. . pf 4o;
Chicago Qrata ad Provisions.
ScniNTOH. July 7. Tbe following quta
tlons are supplied and correstel dally by La
bar A Fuller, stock brokers.111 Wyonliu are
uue. WHEAT. Jnly. Sent. Doc
Ocenlng i"'j!-4 3714 lUVj
Hignest 611 6S m
Lowest Im.'4 :
Closing Li Hi WV4
Opening S0t tOZi .
Uitihest 41 Hi 41t .
Lowest 4UH m'i ,
Closing 4li llfi ,
Opening 37 V ,
HUbest 37Jg a4 .
Ixiwust , !I7 'H
Closing 'JiJ4 2u4 ,
Opon-ng T3I 1243 .
Hi(,'bost laat l-'-ti .
Lowest VM I'M .
Closing ISO Uti .
Opening WV 675 ,
IliRhest OiO MJ ,
Lowest. efh (7r , ,
closing e;o lei)
Opening 40 r40
Highest 4S (ISO ,
Lowest tj4 t:4( ,
Closing tili tto ,
New York Produce Dlarket
Nkw York. July 7. Flobb Dull neg
lected, ray. ',
Wusat Firmer, moderately active. No,
2 red. store aud elevator, village. : alloar.
S9r,'jtt.t. o. b.,6aaWJitt; ungraded red,
oi.twc; jno. l nortm-rn, cp
tions'wers dull nud firm at ac, ad
vance, no. x reu; July, o'JXc.: August,
60,c.; September, 01 e. December, 65?.
conn Dull, flimer; o. ii. 4.")'c. ele
vator; 4tic. etloat; options were .dull;
iuiy, e.-ic; August, 40$c.: beptember,
Oats Dull.weaker; options dull, August,
Hal September, Slic; spot prices, No. U.
60c; No. 2 while. 51Vu53ii: No. U Chii-nor.
61c: No. 8, 4o.; No. 3 white. 60c mixed
western, GOkMc.; white, do. 81a27c; white
Tiercbu Bkkf Inactive.
Cut Micats Cjuiet, flrra; pickled bellies,
7Jic; do. gbouldrrs, 0c; do. ham, 10lle.
Labu Otiiet. flrmer:western steniii.n!i.
ed7.40; city, 7c; July, $7.8i; retlued, qulot
conttuenr. t.m; ouuiu America, J7.B5;
Pong Utuet, llrm.
Hctter Quiet, fancy, Crre; state dnlry,
12al7Wc.;do. creamery, ISalSc. ; Peunsyl-
vaniado., 16alto.; western dairy, luw,
14a; do. creamery, Halec.) nlgiiis, 13m.)
imitation creamery, 12al5c.
Cbbesk Firm, fairly.
Eacs Moderate dumand,fancy firm ;state
and Pennsylvania, 14c, western fresh,
Fhiladelphla TaUow market. '
Pbiladelpuia. July 7. Tullow was
dull and unchanged. Prices were: Prime
city in hbgsboads, 4Jc: prim country, in
barrels, 4c; do. dark In barrsls, 4e;.
cakes, i4c ; grease, 8a3e.
ffben Baby was sink, we gave ker Cassorla.
When she waa a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Caaterla.
When ah had Children, she fare them Cattail,
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Parejroric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms aud allays
feverlshness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is au cicellcnt medicine for chil
dren, liotbers have repeatedly told me of Its
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q. C. Osaooo,
" Castoria is the best remedy for cuildrea of
which I am acquainted. I hopo the day Is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest ot their ouHdron,, and use Castoria In
stiod of the vnriousquook aostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throuts, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Pa. J. F. Kikcbzlos,
Di Oemtaur Company, 71
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rr m w f
Gail &Ax's NAVY Lon
ALSO 60 1XEG4NT QOLV WATCHES.
76 HANDSOME MANTEL CLOCKS.
100 ELEGANT NICKKL WATCHES.
Save your Empty Paper Wrappers.
Fer neacly tfty rars tils wonderful renv
idy bas pxovei us rh beet, quickest, sf
isc aad surest aabdew fer pais in . he world.
THE XBV'S BELIEf.
BJLDWAT'B KSaoT BSLIIP la sofa, re-'
llabi aud eCtstaal ascausa ot the stimulut-
U-t avtiwa t the WJy, actaiujf ten to th one
aud lnatLag t tmiewed and i&crvansd vior
Ibe sliuBbertai Titahy ot the piiy steal struc-
tars, an tkrasgS Uos UmaUtuul atiuulntioa
snd lnoraaaed atltloB the aaus et the fAl2i
si drirsa away aad a natural aon&itlon
itered. It Is teus Halk HKA&T BaUEi
Is to adiairaWy edapaid far the CUKK OK
PAD n4 nitAeat lUa dak of injury whioh
is sra to retiilt (ran tk use of nutay ef tiis
so-caJJ.d paia reoudifS of the day.
In usiac ujhUcIdm w stop paiu we should
avoid sun as lnfl at lBjry u tba system.
Opitju, Uvrphtst, Kthsr,Ccameasd Chloral
stop pain tiy deltroving lue sense of percep
tion, wuen tka yabaut loses the power o(
fUuf(. Uhls i the most destrustiv prac
ties; it aaaks Mi symptoms, sbuti up, aud,
instead ot removing trouble, breaks J own
the aUmash, liver and bowels, and. If con
tiaaed IrlugUi.l time, kills tue serves
aad produces Weal or general paralysis. -
There 1 no necessity for using tee un
certain av.uu, when a positive remedy like
UAl) WAY S3 RSXbt KLTJliF wUlstopth
most exarueiatius; pain qulsker. without on
tailing the leut dlffluuity lu eitLar infaat or
A CVKX FOB ALL
A halt to a toaspeonful at Ready Boliof In
a half tumbler of water, repeated aa often
aa the discharge continue, aud a tlunnel sat
urated with Kedy lleflof placed over tbe
stomach and bew.ls, will afford immediate
relief and ioxi eff.ct a care.
A Lalf toa traspejniul in half a tumbler of
water will in a lew minute, cur Cramps,
8pusm, Hour ytumscb, Heartburn, Nervous
ness, Sleeplessness, Sick Uuudai-be, Uiarrhea,
Dysentery, Culie, flutulancy tnd Hlliutornai
nun And fkvkb, iuvkkaxo
RADWAY'S RtADY RELIEF
Not only euros the pst'out srlr.ed with this
terrible (O i to lettlers in Drwly-settltd dis
tricts, wbL-re th Maiaria or Ak-jb existi, bui
If people xp4rl to it tv iil every morning,
on vetting out of bed, take twentr or thlny
drops of th Ready ItolLf In wiltor, and ent,
say, a cracker, they ill escups attacks. This
wust he done before roinpr out.
'there is note remedUl utient in th world
that will eure Fever and gue and all other
Malarious, Bilious aided by ItADW V'S
P 1.1. so (isica as 11 iD WAY'S HE At)?
i0c. Per Boltle. Sold by Drtwaists.
The Great Liver and Stdntcli Remedy
for lbs cure of 1 disorders of the Stomach,
Liver, Bowels, Kidaoys, UladJnr, wrvous
bivaises, Losi of Appetite, Head-v-h", (.'us
tlveuets, IndigestloB, Biliotiones) Fover, la
flairimatiuu ot to Bowels, l'ilni and ul' ntlier
d.raaucuiantsef lh Internal V.scers. Parely
ytau1e, ootttaluiug ie nwrcury, lumerals
or deleterious dnigs
I'rice, ij cents per box. Sold by all drug
Dr. Bad way's PHI are a cur fer this eom
plnibV they restart strength to tu ktom-ti
sad uU rt topcrtefta ht fonetleas. Tu
ivtupUm ef Byspstwla dippsar, aud with
tiiaw tbUbflUy ef tb s.ttm to contract
iiasaeee. lake th Hudjvlue accord1 "- to
iirliasal ektery what W say vt "FaIs
ui V' ue." rytatig diet. -,
fctrHeiulaljnterttjsssiSo DR. RADWAT
IV , 1-e.aBaiet, Hew Yotk, tor "false
ud ti nt "
SB TO ST KaDWAT'Is.
mst IARR.IT SEC YOU BO
X Sir r!f I ir.w miaal se tv
lirffS sasa lis aVHwSm MubiM
ialTkUT9wkal ekt.wlUI. Urkl
M ith W.rl; t,Ml If' lIT MlS
KMIi, l.l(A.U)t t'tilt mi nnplrtf
ild.t Sf..ilUMSaatf,lSlM U k.r. OS
SS Sh". fW K. K4y Ifiin lt Ul MtiMM
fkSMaw n H.i lr. Siw Mftl t w trd.dtcftl nmd aU.cS
kwiiM. tT McrtfT Mint. Stilir'l US n rroSU.
rt .iliieua sss m4 es.rur nublii. .1 l.re. tn.
r nt E nUltfll KMhaiintiOi MS UIIBUH.I W. WMU-a fiSf,
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children thai
I rcconuuend It as uuperior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Aacnsn, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians In tlio chlldrem's depart
ment have spoken highly ot their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castoria,
and although wo only have among our
uiodivul supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess tkat the
merits of Castoria lias won us to look with
favor upon it."
Unitsd HosrrrAti and Dispensary,
Allik C. Surra, Pres.,
Murray Street, New York City.
a r- . i r r m r
loin, ioy4, to consumers ot
can furnish full particulars.
Bank of Scranton.
Till. tlAllV nflF-Mf. ti. .
ft 1 1 1'T warranted by their balanoes, buil-
ness ann responsiDiuty.
bpeolul alhmttoD Klven to business ao
count Interest paid on time deposits,
WIL7.1AM CONNETX, President
tllJO. B. 'ATMN, VUe-l'rt slclenfc
WILLIAM U. lttK, Cesbiofc.
TVIIllam Conn oil. Georca H. Cat 1 In.
Alfred Hnml. James Archbnld, Henry
iieun, jr., nuiiaui i. oitu Lutnar
National Bank of Scrantoi
win iiiiu toujyuui
V . V. WATSON, Vico Prosidoat,
A. II. Vi'lLLlAMii, Cashier.
bami'Kl HiNrs, . jawfs M-Evr.nnAnT.
IKvme A. 1 INOrt, riEitca B. FiNLar,
JciBtHU . jKKMYtt, il. ti. KKMtllUIU.
(.UAS, f. ilAlTlltWI. JoIlM T. 1'OIUSil .
V. W. Watson. ,
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bnuk Invites the patront,;o of business
men auu nrms generally.
1st Day. M'j 'Ul 2 SfCVWcll Man
181,1 of Me.
THE GREAT 30th t)ny.
produces tbe above results lu 30 diivt. It artr
imwufdilly aud gilickly.- Cures when all utuors fail
loiiliK n!U will ros.nu their lost niauhooj, aud old
m.in will re.over Ihelr yotithtnl vwor by iisIiik
UtVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Norvuus
Dfiis, I.o.t Vitality, Iiupotenuy. Nightly tmlwloun,
LiMt Power. 1'slllug M 111 ory, Wttilnit Llsnwes. aud
all effects of (uli-sbuss or eicud liidiwivtion,
s lih'h uulltH ouefor sindy. bnlnuHSornisrrlaKo. It
nut only runs by starting at the 't ot disease, but
Isagreut nerve tonic sud blood builder, bring
ing back the ptuk glow to ilo chocks and re
storing tbe lire at yontlu It wardn oft luusnlty
tnd Contiunptlon. Insist on having RhVIVO, no
other. It uan be carried in vent pocket, lly mail.
BLOW per package, or ill lor SJ5.00, with a post
tlv written t;iarant to rare or refund
themonpy. Circular frto. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., 63 River St., CHICAGO, ILL.
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"T)R.a. EDGAR DEAN has removed to 16
bpruce street, bcranton, t. (Joat op
poslta cuun-houaa Square)
1)K. A. J. CONNELL, Office 9U1 Washington
JC avenue, corner Bpruce street, over
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I 1 K. C. L. KltlST, PraeUen limited to Ul
J' eaaes of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
oIH.;o, Ui Wyouiius; ave. Koeideuce, 62s Vius
DK. L VI. HATES. 128 WaahluKton Aveuaa.
Ollke hour, 8 to S a.m.. IM to V and (
y P:raj ItefUluncoairt) Mudlson avi-nu
I OWN U WENTZ, 11. DOm"oerM and it
l omiiinnweaUh building: rosidene 711
Waiiisonave: orllco hours, 10 to 12, i to 4, 7 to
; Mundaya 2.80 to 4. evoninirs at residenoe. A
specialty made of diceasHB of the eye, ear, noes
andthroHt and (tyiioooloKy.
M. C. KANCK'S Law aud Collection of-
n.'n N ft Hi? Ur.H...u . 1.. l
tnrouKU.mt Pennsylvania; reliable coriosiKiud-
Jl-.SbUl'S & 11 A.S U, Attorneys and Counsel
lors at Law. Lk.inmr..n,.ni.K v i.......
Waahiukton ave. w. H. Jessup.
H011ACB E. Hard,
W. ti. JK8SUP, Ja.
1lriI,I.Al,'n WAXiuvyi r. VMAUL. A.
I .......... w .....ii 1 , Aivjr
ne'B ami Co.lMu.lnfM nf. T.duf U....i.l.li..n.
imiltlinu, WashiiiKton ave.. Bei anion. I'a.
pATI EKHON & WILCOX. Attorneys ami
A Counaellora at I ili,...A h u i .u..a.
kulldiug, bcruuton, I'a.
kobwem, n. PArraitsoR
LKKED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND. At-
rnrmtirei anil 1 1 i.l
BOYLE, Attorupy-at-Law.Nos.19 and
v, uu.r uuiiainy, vt HsuiiiKton avenue
ENRY M. REF.LY - Law nffl. In Pric
uuuuius;, no washlnKton avenue.
Tf'RANK T. OKaLL, Attorney at Law. Koom
UM.xclian(n. bcranton, Pa.
AMKtf W. OAKKOKD, Attoruey at Law,
w, tn wiiMjtAi vcjiumouweauu D i g.
.m,- UUaB- Attorney at Law.
"""-p. wiQDrucBBt., Bcranton, l a.
A. WATUKK l... - ' 1 .. ....
, T , 1 vwMcy b uW, IU
I) P. HJU'i'H. ConiLMillor f U n
. rooms 51. M, M Cnminonwenlth bnildiua-'.
( Ii. PITi'MKlr a. t .
monwealth bMllalng. Scranton, Pa.
C.COMEOY8. Itil Spruce st.
K KkPl ni.r k- a., ,
-- ni..My-j,ainH neico-
ttated on renlestategFcurlty. Vh Hpruce.
1) P. KILL A II. Attoruev-at-Law, YM Wy-
(CUO(JL OP THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton, Pa., prepares boys and Kirls for college
or business: tliorouuhlr trains vounsr children.
Catalogue at ruituoet.
Rev. Thomas M. Can
vyAi.Ti.if n. uuvf.u
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDEROARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avunae. Pupils
received at all times. Next term will open
UKM J.s tA
TM. A. TAFT. D.D.8.. 104 North With
inuton Ave. Siutcialty in Porcelain
nestorittions. crown and bridge Work.
( 1 C. LATJBACH, burgeou Dentist, No, 115
V, Wyiminc live.
It. M. KI'ltATToN. nfPf Coil Fr''h"rrre.
I. OA MS.
rpilE KEPUBLIO Savings aud Loan Asso-
-S- citttlou will loan vou ra moy 011 Busier terms
ana pay you better on Invustmcnt than any
um.-r niici:.uun. .:ail OU &). J-i , UALtljt.'
T'KR. THniP RiimIt Imilfllnir
H. ft.Ankr m k,..,i..., m..,.
vT. and Numorymen; store 14B Washington
n.cuuo, KICK-U UllUSO,lMJ AUriU JIUU UVeUUej
ylftrw tploplionp 7f'i.
URAN'U UNION TEA CO.. .lories Bros.
TOR. KUETTEIj, 6i5 Lackawanna avenue,
Kcranton. Pa., n.anut'r of Wirp Spi-pptis.
riHIE WKKTMTVKTl.li 91-911, v
1 avo. Rooms heated with steam: all mod
cm iinprovenipntB. u M. THl'MAW. Prop.
rpiIE ELK CAFE, 1S5 and 127 Franklin ave
X nuo. Rates reasomibii).
P. Zikglkr. Proprietor.
W ii unii?wne r '
bixteentli stroet, ono block oaot of Broadway,
at Union Square, New York.
itnicrii-aii pinu, uu kt ouy anu upwara.
uyivr, iiuust.. European plan: 'cood
I livima llrtnn 1ov -j.,.l ,,.!.
plied with the best.
V. IT. COYNE. rmnrlPtor.
Ot'RANTON HOl'SE, near D., L. ft W. pas.
O seiifter depot Conduoted on the European
plan. Virroit Kocn, Proprietor.
RAND CENTRAL. The largest and bsT
VT emilppoi hotel in Allontown, Pa.; rates
52 and $2.00 per day.
VU'Toit D. ItAHKER, Proprietor.
1AV1S HOUPT, Arcliltc ts. Rooms 2L
i I'll nnd,2il Coiiimoinvenllh b'ld'B. Scranton.
L. WALT ErT ArchitcctT Library build
J i intr. Wvomine avenue. Scrnntm.
? L. PROWN. Arch B. Architect. Price
1 bnildinir.l2i iisliincton Avo., Scranton.
1AUF.R-S ORCHESTRA MUSIO FOR
JJ balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dines and ooucei t work furnished. For terms
address R. J. b.tuor, couductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., ovir Hulbert's music store.
UORTON D. SWARTS-WHOLESALE
lumbar, Prico building Scranton. Pa.
mppiics, cnvplopcs, papor bags, twine.
Warehouse, LsJ Washingtou ave., Scranton,
I.'OUTE'S LIVERY. 1KI Cnpouso avenue.
First class enrriaeos. D. L. 1- OOTE, Agt.
Funeral Director nnd Emlinlmer.
.RANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
sale npiilPi's m oodwaro, Cornago and
Oil Cloth, 7;0 W. Liickswnnna avenue.
ZRyV FiNN & SONS, builders nnd contra
J J tors. ai ds: Corner Olive at. and Adam)
ave. ; cornor Ash st. and Penn avo., Scranton.
The GENUINE New ITaven
Kew York Warorooms No. 80
E. C. BICKER & CO.,
Bole dealers in this section.
OFFICE-121 Adams Aye., Telephone B'l'd'a
Eareka Lanndry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams ,Av3.
CouBT House Squahs. 1
All kinds oi Laundry work gnarantesl
THE DICKSON M AN U F ACTU RING CO.
ECIiANTON AND W1LKE3 BARRE, PA, UANUFAOT0RER8 Ot '
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office, SCRaINTON, FX
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF It J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
lntl.r,nll. ....A . 1 1 .
cleanliness and comfort.
TIMK TABLE IN SFPBCT MAT 20, 1894.
Trains tpnvA Rpranfn fn. r. ... nrm.u
Rsrra. tn . at A tin Q IK n e. . oiu
110, 6.00, 7.25, 11.05 p. m. SundaySk'y.U) a. nu
1.00, .15, 7.10 p. m. wuaya, e.w a. nt,
ror AMantic city, s.20 a, ffl.
For New Vni-lr. Npivftylr .nj viu-ki. a m
fpxnrees) a. m., 12.60 (expross with Buffet
parlor car). 3.60 (exnreul n. m Kon,in
rOR SIAftin CllllNK, Al.r.ENTOWN. Bethls
H.". .P.AIST0 and J'hii.aiielphia, 8.20 a. m..
U.1O, 6.00 (exoept Philadelphia) p. id,
Sunday, 2.16 p. m.
& - ...... . . 1 vi.b.jic, Hiujvffi, ewj,, at
5 (wit a tnrougu car) a. m., Y1..0 p. m.
a . a..:i.uiiik, L.eoanon ana iiurrlsburg, rla
Allontown. ft 2(1 u n, i -ji k on
2.1, p. m. ' 1
ror I'ottsvme, g.'JOa. m., 12.M)p. m.
ituturnlnir. leave Nnur Vi.rir f..t r i iti.
slrot-t, North river, at It 10 (express) a. m.,
1.10, 1.J0, 4.:) (oxpress with BulfeL tiarlnr pari
p. m. Sunday, 4.l a. m.
l.tavfl Philadelphia, Reading Terminal 9.00
a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday, 8 27 a. m.
I hrouifh ticketa to all points at lowest rates
mnv hp hnn nr. nn,llnmt4n In ..1 .... ...... aa a..a
ticket agent at tho station.
U. P. BALDWIN,
. H. OLHAUSEN, -Pent
Ueu. Supt ,
DELAWARE AND HTJD
Commencing May 2D, 1602,
trains will run as follows:
Trains lenvo Bridge Street
Station. Scranton, for Pitts
ton, Wilkea-Barro, etc., 8.110,
m, 9.37, 10.42 a. m.. 12.10,
1,25, 2-aa. 4.10. Ui, 0.16. e.is
and 11. bo p. m,
For New York and Phila.
dull.hla! H(Kl m. 12.10 '. -'A
2-3. 4.18 and 11.30 p.m.
For Honesdale (from Delaware, Laokawanna
and western depot), J.OU, HW, 10.10 a.m., 12.09
tu., 2.17, 6.10 p. tn.
i ot Carbondalo and Intermediate stations,
R.40, 7.00, S.UO, 10.10 a- m 12.00 m.,2.17. 8.25,5.10,
6.20 aud ;iri it. m.; from Bridge Street Depot,
2.IW a. m., 2.17and 11 .'16 p. m.
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga, the Adi
rondack Mountains, Boston and New England
points, 5.40 a. m.. arrivini; at Albany 12.45.
Saratoga 2.20 p. in., and leaving Scranton at 2. 17
p. in., arriving at Altiany U.5(' p. nx, bara
U'la. 12.5rj a. in ., and Boston, 7.1W a. m.
Tne only direct route between the ooal fields
and Boston. "Tho Leadinir Tourists' Route
ot America" to the Adirondack mountain re
sorts, Lakes Oeorge and Champlain. MontroaL
Time tables snowing local and tlironijh train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket ofhVes.
H. ti. YOUNU, J. W. BUKU1CK,
Eecond Vice President Qen. Pass. Agt.
l A V IS, 1H4.
Train leaves Bcranton for Philadelphia add.
New York via. U. & H. R R. at S a.m., 12.11.
2.113 and 11.U6 p. m. via D , L. & W. R. K., 6.00,
b.08. 11.20 a.m., aud 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Pit tb ton and Wilkes
Burr via D.. L. & W. R. R., 6.00, &K, 11.20
a. m .l.ao. aw. 6.07. MO p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsville and all points on the Beaver
Meadow aud Pottaville branches, via E. tc W.
V., 6 40 a.m., via D. & E R. R. at 8 a.m., 12.101
2.3", 4.16 p.m., ria D., L. & W. R. B-, 6.00, 6.08.
11.20 a.m.. 1.30, 3.50 p.m.
Lvave Scranton for Eethlehem, Eastoa,'
Reading, Uarrinburg and all intermediate
points via D. & H. R. R., 6 a m.,12.10. 2.38, 11.34
p.m., via D., L. & W. R. R...0U,i.Ue, 11.20 a. ul,
Icave Scranton forTunkhmnock, Towandi,
Elmira, Ithaca, Ueueva and all intermodule
points via D. & H. R.R..9.07 a m., 12 10 and 11. 3J
p. m.. via D. L. & W. R. R DM a.m., Lis) p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and ail points
west viaD. & LL P R. U.07 a.m., 12. 10,184.108.40.206
p. m., via D. L. & W. R. R. and Plttston
Junction, S.0i a.u 10, 8. ii) p. m., ria E. & W.
R R., 8.41 p. m.
For Elmira and the west via Salamanoi. via
D. A li. R. R. .W a,m, 12.10,6.15 p. m., via D
L. A) W. R It,, ,8.0S ...tn., 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping orL. v. chair
cars on all truina iretween L. & B. Junction or
WUkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Snsuension Bridge.
HOLL1N H. WILBUR, Gon. Snpt. East Div.
CHA3. S. LKE. Oen. Pass. Ait't, Phlla.Pi.
A. W.NONNEU ACHER.Ass't Q.-n.Poss. Ag't,
South Bethlehem. Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA. AND
Trains leave Scranton aa follows: Express
for New York and au points East. 1.40, 2.H
6.1N8.00andt.6a. m. ; 12 55 and 3.50 p, m.
Express for Eastou. Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, i. 15, 8.00 and 11.53 a. m.; 115
and 8.50 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 8.55 p. m.
Tobyhauna accommodation, 610 p. m.
Expr as for Binghamton, Osworo, Elmira,
Corning. Bath. Dansvllle, Mount Morrh and
Buffalo, 12.10, 215 a. m. and 1.24 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo tn all points in the
West, Northwest and Southwest.
Bath aoconimodation, 9 a, m.
Binghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m,
N icuolaon accommodation, at 4 p. m. and
6.10 p. ui.
Binghamton and Elmira Express, 6.05 p, m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Osweg
Ctlca and Richfield Springs, 2.15 a. m. and 1-
Ithaca. 2-15 and Bath 9a m. and 2i p m.
For Northumberlantl.Pituton, Wilkes-Barre,
Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Wllliamsport, Harnsburg, Baltimore, Waahv
lngton aud the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate stations,
6.00, 9 55 a. m. aud 1.S0 and 6.07 p. m.
Nauticoxo aua intermediate stations, &09
and 11.20 a. in Plymouth and Intermediate
smtious, 3iOsnd 8,r.( p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
VoretaieiUuf ormation, pocket time tables,
etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket offloa,
826 Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket onto
VEW YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERN
1 RAILWAY CO.
TIMR TAill.F. IM KFFECT SUSDAT, JCNR 2t
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondalo at
8.30, lfl.55a.ru. and 6 PI p.m.
For Hancocic Junction, 10.55 a.m. anJ 6.10
Trains leave Hancock Junction for Scran
ton, 6a.m. and 2.05 pm.
Trains leave Carbondalo for Scranton at
7 24 a.m. and 8.34, S.34 p.m.
In Effect June 24th, ISO I.
S05 203 201 1
2Sw 2 (Trln8 Bally, Ex.
p rA I eept Sunday.)
p mi lArrlvo Leaver
.... 7 25 .... N. i . Franklin St.
.... t io .... West 42nd street
....7 00 .... weehawken
p m p mi lArrlvo Leave,
8 2lti l is .
8 ll) 1 09 ,
T 5-1 IS r-o .
7 51i 12 4li, ,
7 -iMia 40 A
11 amnio k Junotloui
l urk Place
7 38 12 IKjinOI
19 II2M'i 9 4S
II -llli 9 3S.
II 811 liir,!
7 lflj 8 10 5 18
7 V4l 8 34! 6 84
7 2718 88! 5 87
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6 85:11 1SI 85?
6 3fllir.' 8M
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6 23,11 OT, 8 44
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7 4Si 8 59,
7 52i 4 Oil
7 Ml 4 07
6 1911 03' 8S9l
Mill OH 83111
7 5ft 4 10-
8 CM 4 14
fll l!f HOT! 8 .W
8 02 14 17
6 10 10 8 80
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Arrive 1 u p m p u
All tralus run daily except Sunday,
r. siienllles that trains slop on filial tor pa.
t-ecme ratrs Tla Ontario Western before
purchasing ticketa and save money. Day ant
J,C. Andorson, Gen, Pass Agt.
T. Flltcroft, Div. l'ass, Agt. Scranton, Pa,
202 2U4 20J
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