The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, July 10, 1894, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE SCKANTON TIIIBTJXE TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1894.
GENERAL NEWS
OF
Th present anthracite circular, m
the Stockholder opportunely point ont,
in mfloh lower than was that of one
year ago. The July, 1S93, circular
quoted broken coal, f. o. U. nt New
York, $3 00 p?r ton; orst. $115; itove,
$4.60, and chestnut, ft 00 Pr?e ut
price are IS cent per ton lower on
broken and 25 cent oo egtfi store and
cbastnut, Ttie avrite of theie four
ia- li, therefor, $'t 05 prtnn,Bgiiust
$4 31 per ton in July. 1893. At the
preaeut average the eotnpauiea are re
ceiving exactly what it cost thu iu
September, 1302, when Mr. McLeod
was iu eharje of th Reedinir. That
coet. Ha eatitniteJ uy Mr. McLioJ,
u just $3 95 per ton. as follow:
On board tsars at the mine.
$1 G4 6; lose on aui'tll sizes, 50.4 cents;
tmgbt to Juraoy City, $1 CO; loading
on boats, 15 cants; commissions tmid
to middlemen, 15 cents; total, $3 05.
This was th actual coat of delivering
a ton of coal at Jersey City, without
anything for the coat in the ground,
or" interest, or depreciation of the
plant producing it. If to these thinas
be added SOoeut royalty and 25 ceuts
for interest and depreciation of th-
plants, there will, be u .total of $4 55
per ton; the average price received for
prepared lz9 iu New York in Sep
tember. 1SU2, was $130. thus showing
nn actual loes of 25 cents per ton.
These figure are, proportionately, ap
plicable to the present cost to the
companies, for while W4 and rate
are slightly lower, so also are priors,
and it is probable the latter will
more tbau offset the former. This
being true, what wore can be asked of
the tniuiug companies!
Cubou county juit now Is indulging
in all ton riotous luxuries of a hret
class trolley war. The 'i'amuqua-Lans-ford
Electric Railroad companv tgao
buildinK an electric, railroad from
Tainaqua to Lnnsford on Tnnrsdny
ruoruiug with a force of over 100 men.
The company begins at the Tuimiqwi
borough line and will build to the Lnns
ford borough line. Both iu Tatunqua
and in Lansford, however, the ritfln of
wuy has been grunted to a comuny of
Philadelphia capitalists, styling tliew
selves the Inter-County KUntrio Rail
way company. The right to the turn
pike Letween Tarnuqua and Lundford
is in dispute, claiuiuu by both partial,
tut the T.iulaqu and Laudator, peo
ble are outtiuK down n new road bed
parallel with the turnpike, and the end
is not yet.
The threatened rate war on account
of re'.urn tickets to the Christian En
deavor and the Nutioual E ideational
convention) hps, says the Indianapolis
Journal, been averteJ by the crippling
of the road interested on account of
the strike Unless the couveutious are
postponed they will probably ba little
vle than local n If airs, The strike
which has necessitated soma of the
the roads turning their contracts over
to competing lines.uaa brought to light
bolub marked irregularities on the part
of certain road which nsuahy under
bid competitor. O.ie ens? tins couia to
light where a road Lai contracted to
carry a party of forty at 0 below the
agreed riites, end sivon of tue number
were given passes. The road which
contracted (hi business! could not car
ry out its contract, tind was compelled
to buy forty full fare ticket and ship
the party over another road at a net
loss to the company ot $380. Just now
pasienger men aro encouraging peep's
to remain at home until the strike
troubles are over.
Over in England one enterprising
manufacturer of in ic Jiuery has recent
ly brought out ati apparatus by which
retail coal dealer . may make up the
Unt of the yards into coal briquette
in the rate of a ton an hour. J. he di i-
chine dfes not ocenpy much room, re
quires little power nnd is largely auto
luatic. The coal duit and bin li a ma
terial, UiuUly pitch, are fed into a
mixing and mtaturing machine, which
uiixos them together in the proper pro
portion. Then the mass falls in to a dis
integrator, where it is ground op and
mixed some more. From tbi disintegra
tor a I el t conveyor lift the paste into a
vertical heater where steam is used to
raise the temperature of the mass until
it is sticky. Then it is fed along to
still another pulverizing and grinding
apparatus, which finally discharges it
into mould. Here it i subjected to a
pressure for about two ton to tho
iquire inch, which Is sufflcirot to turn
out a iqinre cake of fusl weighing any
where irom three-qu rteri of a pound
to three pounds, as may be desired.
The briquettes sra usually sold to ui ill
consnmrrs by number rather than
weight, and on this account the builder
ot the machine l as taken particular
care to produee an nppnratm which,
tbongh small, will turn out a uniform
product. .
Minor Industrial Notes:
The Indianapolis roads
are hauilliDa
about 50 per cent.
of their normul tou-
cage.
It ia said that none of tbe producing
companies are roceiving the July circular
for coaL
Tbe number striking or idle through
strikes so far this year has already ex
ceeded 500,000.
Lehigh operators say that orders were
never scarcer than at present, while pricei
are very low. There has been a falling off
iu priors recently.
The Lehigh Valley RMIroad company
has put a train on tbe road to ourry noth
ing bat express goods. The train will run
daily, except Sunday.
John Laiarns, trafflo manager of the
Indianapolis, Decatur . and Western,
states tbat the company is loading con
siderable wheat on tbe liue.
Fig Iron west is commanding 25 conts
per ton, and cattle, hogs and sheep are
noticeably higher, even at far western
markets, where receipts are restricted. .
During Jnly 127 regular line steamer
are advertised to leave New York far for
eign ports, against 141 last month, and 13
from Philadelphia, agninat nine last month.
Superintendent Stockton, of tbe Pull
mau company, states that the business of
company in New Eugland at the present
time is larger than he ever knew it be
fore. The coal trafflo on the Lehigh Valley
and Delaware, Susquehanna aud Schuyl
kill railroads 'still continues very heavy.
The 1 trainmen are kept busy day and
Bight.
Coke production in the Connellsvllle
region keeps on increaalug at au encourag
ing rate from week to week. Since June
1 it has averaged a gain of over 10,000
tons a week.
J. D. Mcllwain, who resigned last
month as superintendent of tbe Uarver
Steal Car works, has accepted a similar
position with the Union Car company, at
Depew, N. Y.
Jam F- Blanobard Is sinking an ar
tesian well near Drifton for Cox Bros.
& Co. It will b put down 1.000 feet and
if water 1 found it will be used to supply
the engine on the Delaware, Susquehanna
and Schuylkill. . .
It to rumored that a branch eleotrio rail
way will be constructed between Bear
Valley and Springfield In tbe Bear future.
NDUSTRIES
The new road Is to connect at a point
near the ' bow's back" (itu the rnalu Hue
of the Bhamokin tot. Caruiol Llectric
railway.
Wilaou P. Banner, of South Bethlehem.
formerly conductor of the Leliiuh Vulley
day shifter and aa extra pusseuier con
ductor, has been appointed oouanctor oa
the new United States express train on
ho Valley road now running between
Kaston and Lacknwanna and bloomsbure
Jtiuctiou. Hush McGei, alr of Sooth
Bethlehem, formerly paaoenner brakeman,
has been appointed to succeed Air. isenuer.
Eluctrto Bitter.
This remedy U becomlnc so well known
end so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have ued Elrotrio BltUrs
sine the same foil? of praise. A purer
medicine does notexixt Mid it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of tbn Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Sail Khenm and other affections caused by
impute blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache,
Contisnatiou and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entire satiuluction guaranteed,
or mouey refunded. Price 50 cts. and $1
per bottle at Matthews Bros., Drug storo
Husky Scuoenuals, foreman Henry
Krug l-'ackitig Co., bt. Joseph, Mo., uses
Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil, with his men
(or sprains, cuts, bruises, chapped bands ,
etc. It is the best.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Stocks and Bends.
New York. Julv 9.-The confliot be
tween the federal troops and the strikers
at Hammond yesterday led to a wean
opening at the Stock exchange today and
encouraged the bear to extend their
lines. Cbicaiio Una naturally bore the
brunt of the attack, but the Grangers
also came iu for some share ot attention
by local operator. London, alarmd at
the western situation, sold St. Paul and
other stocks and accelerated the
downward movement. The early decline
whs equal to 2H in C!lis BU(1
tn l imt ent. iu the Bwiersl list.
Gas nold down to 73 ex-dividend
ot ljtf percent. Sugar fell to Mtf, Kock
Maud 1, St. Paul , nml the otuer prouii
uent issues K to W. The foice of the sell
inir movement exuended itseli before 11
o'clock, however, and a rally eusued, but
before niiddav the bears resumed active
operation", and Pullman broke 3 to 1513,
and Delaware and Hudson 1 to 120
General list, however, displayed cousidorn-
hie tinnnesa and refused to yield to any
lmu'irtuut extent, fcpeoulation tnen tie.
came very quiet for a time, but during the
afternoon tuere was a enaro raiir iu wnicu
Sucar led. This ktock moved up from
'.4X to Chioago Uas from 73f to "!! ;
Kock Maud from GSX to : ISt. Paul
from to 59.V: Louisville aud Nashville
rrom 4;)T to 44; ana liurlini'ton anu
Quincv from 84 ti TS'i; Missouri Pacillo
liomzj) toxti;ij; union fucioorrom iv
toll; General Electric from Dbji to 3i
Kortheru Pacitic vreforred lost K: Dis
tillers li aud Chicago Gib 3. The market
closed nrui. The tales were 155,UoU shures.
The foil'iwmjt complete tablo inowinu the
day's lliietuatiuuH m active stocks ia supplied
and revised daily ty LaUar tullur, etoea
brokers, 121 Wyoming avonac:
Open- HUfc
lint. est.
Am. Cot. Oil 27 27
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Chlcttiro Grain and Provlilom.
Bcrantok. July 9. Tlie followlnn qoott-
tiuus urn mipplied ami Cnrrontdl daily by Lit
Unrii Fuller, stock brokur,Ul vVyomin- r
uue. WHEAT.
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Oponinif ,
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Open ng
tliKuest
Lowest ,
Uoin ,
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Owning
Highest
Lowest
tlosinp
BHOKT KIB3.
Opening
lliKliest
Lowest
Ciusuiji
Scranton Vi holasal Markat
. Sciunton, July 9. Fnuir and Pro
duce: Dried apples per pound,fia7c, : evap
orated apples, )1h14c. per pound; Turkiah
prunes, Cui.'jc.: English currant, 2a2Jc.;
layer raisins, $1.7dai.H0; muscateb, tl.OOa
1.40 per bor; new Valencias,. 7a7c. per
potinu.
IIbans Marrow-fats. C3.00a3.03 per
oustiei; medium. l.7il.'JU.
Pzas ureen, tl. 15al.20 per bnsbal ;spllt,
t2.50a2.CO: lentels,5 to 8a per pound.
Potatom New, per barrel, tl.75aL85,
Onions Basket, tl.U5al.50.
huttor io. to lbc. per lb.
CniMi HaDKo. perio. . ,' .
Boo Fresh. 14al4io. - -
Poultry Chickens, dressod, 12 to 13c;
turkeys. 12 to 13c.
MKATs-Hamp, 12c: small hams. 12Wc:
skinneu liams. Vino.: California bams,
8c.: shoulder?, 8,Vc. Rallies, 8o.; smoked
brtaltrost bacon, lie.
t-MoKKO Blitr-Outnides, lB.c; sets,
ISC.: insiues anu Kiincaies, lo,'C.
Pokk ileal at 115; short cut, $10.
T . n t In . ' b W - . 1
8e.j in 10-pound pails, Uc.; in 6-ponnd
palls, 8c. -pound palls, ys. per
noond.
Plock Minnesota patent, per barrL
I4.2iia4.40; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
t3.60i tirabam at tAwi rye nour, at
13.00.
FitD-AIIxed, per owt, at H.Q0.
UltAiN-Ry. 06. t corn, 52 to 55s. I oat.
65 to 60c. per bnsheL
Ryb Straw Per ton, $13n)5.
HAY-tl.50alO.
New York Produce Market.
Kbw York. July 9. Floub-DuII, weak.
Wintir Wheat Low grader, 11. 85a
2.50; dn. fair to fancy, I2.4Uh2.90; do. pat
euts, t2.H0a3.25; Mlnneiiota clear, $2. 23a
2.05; do. straights, 3n8 fO; do patents,
3.40h4.15; city mill. fa.55H3.65; do. pntt
ents, $4.25a4.25.
Wiieat Quiet, firmer; No. 3 red, store
and elevator, 6U?fc; ailoat, OOJo. ; f. o. b.,
CujaClc.) ungraded rtd, 67n;)c; No. 1
northern, H7r,; options active, closed
steady at Ho. over Saturday; No. 2
rejl,July, 69o.; AogQBt,60Jic.i September,
2o.! Decern br, 65f.
Jonir Dnll, firmer; No. 3, 4Cc; elevator,
47c. sfloat; options were dull, steady;
July, 40o.s August, 47c; September, 47Ja
Oats Dull, mixed, scatce and higher;
optlous dull, hlitber: July, 4t)o.: August,
4Xai eeptember, 32a; October 82Jo
No. 9 white. July, 48c.; spot prices, No. 2.
IWXalHo.;No.a wbite.52c: No. 8 Chioacoi
52c; No. 8, 4'JXo.i No. S white, 50a; mixed
western. n'KaSc; white,do. S2a!.Tc.;white
State, (jJhoiv.
Bitr Dull. Meady; family. 612nl4: ex
tra I1H'. $848.60.
jekf Hams ijuiet at 8'30a2f) 51).
TiEitcEo Bcy-Uull: city extra, Indian
mets, J17nl8.
ret JlKAxa-Quiet, firm: pickud tolli,
?4'8c: do. shoulders, tic; do. hums, llH-i
aiiddls Nominal.
Laud Oiuet. sttonc: western steam.
$7.45; city, e?ia7c.; July closed S7.4U; re-
nuiO, quint; continental. 7.M; SouiU
America, 7.S5; coiuponnd. 60se.
PottK-Q.iiet, flrmer; mess, $Hul4.25.
BuiTEll Firmer: state dairif. IL'alSc:
do. creamery. 15al!)a : Pennsylvania do..
IBiiIOc; western dairy, loXaU.c; do.
creamery, 14a 19c; do. fuctory, R'aMc;
nlgine, l(c ; imitation creamery, ISnlSc.
L rtKKRK Good demand, ilnnor; statu
larRo, ?$!).; da lancy.HXaUo,; do. small,
7Ho. ; part klni, Vka6c,; full skims,
liajc.
Euu.4 Liuht reCeiDta firmer: state and
Pennsylvania, 1615J.. western fresh,
Haioc; do. per case, VMS.
Philadelphia Tallow Harksk
rau-ADEU'DiA. July 9.-Tallow was
dull and unchanged. Prices were: Prime
city in hogsheads, i)a. prime country, in
barrels, 4c; do. dark in barrels, 4c;.
cakes, 4,'1,'c.; grease, 8a3Jic.
DEBS IS A COMMON ENEMY.
Philadelphia Timm.
President Debs, of the American Rail
way union, is a common enemy. He is
the euetny ot labor: he is the enemy of
capital; he is the enemy of ludustry, of
commerce, of finance aud of trade; he is
the enemy ot everything that improves
the condition of workiuymen and that
tends to the general prosperity of the
country. He baa wantonly and arbitrarily
deprived scores of thousands of his fol
lowers of their daily labor and their daily
bread when they had no dispute whatever
with their employers. By the interruption
of trade and trafllo he has increased the
coat ot nearly all the necessities of life to
the wurkinutneu when thuv are deprived
of all sources of Income by the sti Ik) he
has ordered. He Uas deprived labor of
millions o( dollars that would have been
paid in wages during the prelum year by
the construction of new railways, which
will be halted now by tho great uncer
tainty of the cost of operating them. He
has stopped foreign luvesimeut in our
railway securities for tho time aud prob
ably participated the return ot many mil
lions of such investments to be paid
rrom our already scant supply or Cold,
thereby crippling the whole business aud
industry ot the country. He has halted
American investmeut iu industrial enter
prises which would give employment to
workmen. All such investments are read
lly hindered by uncertainty, and the dis
turbauce iu labor circles is oue of the sur
est methods of stopping investments which
would give employment to labor. He
has opened the door tor reduction of waives
turouguout our eutlre railroad system.
The railways have been struggling against
most advene times during the last year,and
many nave been compelled to yield to the
possession of receivers, but thus far they
have almost invariably maintained the
wages ot their workmen. With a loss of a
million dollars a day imposed upon tho
ruihvays and those interested iu their
traffic, by a strike that is as costly as it is
wicked and revolutionary, the railways
will be compelled to reduce the weges of
tneir employes. Such Is tue entertainment
to which President Debs, of the American
Hallway union, Is inviting his deluded
wurkingmen, and if they shall not soon
understand that he is a common enemy of
labor nud of everything that promotes the
interest of labor, they must be strangely
indifferent to their own interests as well
as to the interests of the whole country,
DEBSISM IS DOOMED.
Detroit Tribune.
Mr. Debs and the men whp are behind
bim bftve placed themselves without the
pale of tho law. They are not to be con
aidereil. Tbey are arrayed ngainst the
public good, aud unleag by force of arms
they can auataiu themselves in their posi
tion tbey must take the consequences that
justly fall to rebels.
Philadelphia Inquirer.
American people are fair. They sympa
thize witb workmen when wages aro low.
Tbey would aid theui to better wages. But
tney cannot consent to tuo general stop
page of railroad traffic and the loss of
many millions of dollars becuuae one dem
agogue out in Chicago is not blessed with
common sonse.
Detroit tret Prut.
The intelligent members of the Amori-
can Railway union can hardly fail when
tney examine tbe matter coolly aud critic
ally to condemn tbe use which is being
made of tbem and tbe loss to which they
ure bdbjected in a quarrel in which neither
tbey nor their employes have any part.
Chicago Tribune.
When the issue narrows down to Debs
vs. the United S atea, Ur. DetM will sit
down with a jar that will loosen his teeth.
WTien Baby was sick, we gave her Castorta.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cobtorla,
When she became Was, she clung to Castorla.
When she bod Children, she gate them Castorla
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
AND POTASSIUM
5
Makes
sH
Marvelous Cures
in Blood Poison
Rheumatism
and Scrofula
P. P. P. purlfloi the blood, balMinp!
the weak and debilitated, elves
stsanvth ts witn Irfktinrl uarn .
: ii . i .
ui...KiTi"i, wie rauem neaitn ana
n.ii'!usa wnore siekneas, gl"omy
feelings and bualtude tint prevailed.
For primary, secondary nnd tortlary
syphilla, lor blood poisoning;, merou
rlr.l nolou. malaria, dvuntnula. nnd
In nil blood and skin dlseasea, like
blntnhea, plnploa, old chronic uleera.
tetter, auuiu uuau, oona, erysipelas,
eczema- we may any, without fear of
contrHdletlon.that P. P. P. la the beat
blood purifier In the world, aud makes
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lu all cases.
Ladles whnao aratonia are polsonod
mm snd wlioae bloodla in au Imnuro annili
tlun, due tomnstrul Irregularities,
are peculiarly benefited by tho won
derful tonio and blood eloanslng prop
ertlnaot p, p. P. - Prickly Ash, Poke
Hoot and Potassium.
Bprihofibi.o, Mo., Aug. 14tn
. 1HMX
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oan atraak in the bluheat trma uf
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fU9 illrtpnnn. olearlsv nnd rhnumutlum fne
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. phyaiuiana ana spent huudrads ol did
lars, tried every known remedy with
out nmiiugrviier. inaT only Ukan
one bottle of your P. P. P., sad oan
cheerfully any It has done me more
food tliau anything 1 have ever taken,
can recommend your medlnlna to all
sufferers ot the above disease.
MR4. M. M. YKART.
Spr. jgflold, Qreau County, Mo.
sB-
OTP fwH.
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at
Beccham's pills are fot
biliousness, bilious headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
by constipation; and consti
pation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Book free; pills-25c. At
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Co.,365 Canal St., New York.
Bank of Scranton.
ORGANIZED 1872.
CAPITAL, $200
SURPLUS. $250,000
This bank nlftm to depositors every
facility warrauled by their balouuet, buil
una and rrapuiiMlblllty.
Special attention (tivon tn bmlneia ao
uuuta. lutereat iaiil uu time dcpoalU.
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D1RKCTOKS.
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Youiik men will retain their lost mouhooil, aud old
men will recover their youthful vnror by iu1iik
KKVIVO. It quickly and surely rentorca Nervous
ness, Loht vitality, liuiioieucy. Nightly tmlbnion,
Lost Power, Failing Memory, Wistlns Plecwa. and
all ettccts ot Kull abiiBo or excels and induorction
which unUts one for study, buxlneas or marriaRe. It
not only cures by starting at the seat of disease, but
is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back the pink clow to pale cheeks and re
storing tho Are of youth. It wards oft Insanity
and Consumption. Iusist on having KKVIVO, no
otucr. It can be carried in vest iMcket. Iiy mull
S 1.00 per package, or six tor 113,00. with a Doal
tive written R-uiiruntee to cure or refund
tue money. Circular tree. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., 63 River St., CHICAGO. ILL
For sale by Matthews Ilros., Druggists,
Scranton, I'a.
BUY DIRECT AND SAVE DEALER'S
!1 AND AGENT'S PROFITS.
5f J H..n..ai-lr.avl D .ml.
m-. ia ibiuk vnti vaiuiu uum uiwjvir.nuii'
r fable fur either sex. nude of bt dio
StaV Xis' J, strong, BiibHtuntial, occunitoly
adjuhtwi find jully vurranted. Write to-(y for our
uu cutupiere cnuiinfnm ui Dirvcjes, pans, rrurs, evu(
838 Wabaab Avonuo, - CHICAGO, 1LU
and vigor quickly
resioreu.v aricocale,
iifcrhtly emtsi.lmis,
Atro
;phr. ete.. aurelr eun-d by
llllu
dookeniedy. Wltb wrlllfasniraatnloCBra. Suldb'
klAIl'liikVia liKOS.. Urugelsu, bcruuum.l'a.
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion must use Pozzonl's PowH
der. It produces a soft and beautiful skin.
Pimples, Blotches
and Old Sores
Catarrh, Malaria
and Kidney Troubles
Are entirely removed by P.F.I.
Prickly Ash. Poko Hoot snd Potns'
Blum, the greatost blood purlller on
earth.
Aiibrdxrn, O. . July 21 , 1891.
HE
fin. Dear Hihs-I bought a bottle of "n
yol'tfP. P. V. at Hot Bluings, Ark., od
ltl.ia done me more good than three
tn mills' treatment at the Hot Bpriuga.
Hand ttireo bottles C. o. O.
tteapsuttuiiy youra,
JAfl. M. KFWTOW.
C9
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. J. D. Jobualon.
To all whom II mny tmefrm 1 hre
i hv tamt If w tr tha wiinilartitl nmnartlAi
"i Y""r,T.rt fi Vi n r
'uffersd for several vears with an un-
islghtly and dlsngreeablo eruption oa
aO
miy lace. irieu every suuwu reme
fly but in Tnln.iintll P. P. P. was used,
tint um nnv mntirnlv eured.
(Blgued by) J. D. Joiin'HTOK.
, (savannah, Ua.
Sklo Cnaocr Cared.
Tcttimonyjrom the Mayor of 8tjUin,TtX.
' BKQtJtK, TKg. , January 14, 1893.
Mkisrs. LtPPMAN Buoh.. Savannah,
Oa. i t;n(mii I have tried your P.
Y. P. tor a illsvnse of the skin, usually
known as skin cnnoor.ot thirty years'
standing, and found great relief: Ui
purines i lie blood nnd removes all lr
rltatlou from the seat of the disease
and proventa any spreading of tho
sores. I have taken Bvsor sir bottles
and feel confident thatanotherrnurse
sRr
Will eilOUIt VU1V v uua n.rv .
we from Indigestion and slomaoa "-KS)
troubles. Tfours trulv,
CAPT- w. M. RUST,
Attorney at Law.
E03k oo M mm mm Free.
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t'UVNICIANti AiM'htltbtO.NN
DXi. Q. EDO AH DEAN has removed totiia
Upruce street, rkirautoa, la. (Just op
posits oourt-bouse iijuara)
1)H. A. J. t-OWNELL, OUJoe 201 Washington
f avenue, corner Spruoe stroet, orur
Franckn g drug store. Resiaenoe, 7S VlnesU
Olbce nours: laaitolJa. to. nnd to ami
5H.aUp.jn. Bundsy. ii to 3 p. in.
li. W. It AI-LEN Oflice cor. Laok
XJ wanna and Washington ayes. : over Leon
ard shoe atore; oflico hours, JU to 12 a. m. aud
to 4 p. m.; sveuiuga at resldenca, 612 X.
"ttshiinfton sto.
)H.CL. KKKY, Practice limited to DLv
J eases of the Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat;
oMoo, la Wyoming ava Uuaidsnae, ail Vine
street.
DK. LSI. OAT EH. 126 Washington Avauu
Office hours. toll a.m.. l.Luto 3 and?
to 8 p.m. Katidonco .'Hid Madlwu avenue
lOUN h. WEN'JJZ, M. L., OlBces Ki and 51
(.(imnion wealth bulldlhtr: resldonoe 711
MaiiUioiiavo; offlee hours, iff to 12, 2 to 4, 1 to
; Hundays 2.30 to 4, evenings at residence. A
specialty made of diseases of tbe eye, ear, uose
snd throat and gynecology.
LAW Y Kit.
I M. C. RANCK'8 Law and Collection of
tl . flco, No. 817 Bpruca St., opposite Forest
House. Bcranton, fa,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond-
riiiBin Bvury couuty.
ILSKUPHJz KAMI Alt... 1 ,
J ...... , . , . , ..... . niiu .uuuaui
iOra St Law. Louimonueulth tmtliliiiv.
V udiiuston ave. w. H. Jirmiip,
UORACB E. HAKR,
w. li. jkssup, Jn.
WILLARD. WARHKN kNAlP,AtW
y.m,.a n ., .1 I . . . T 1 1 1.1.
building, Waabington are.. Hcranton, I'a.
IJA-rrfctSWON is WILCOX. Attorneys aud
X C'lunaellors at Law; oOieea 0 aud Library
Lulidln bcranton, I'a.
Hoswgr.L R PATTinso
William A. vvirx;ox.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
birneys and Counsellors. Commonwealth
building. Rooms 10, IS) and ia.
WF. BUVLE, Attorney -at-Law.Nus.1V and
20, Burr building, Washington avenue
HENRY M. SKF.LY-Law olllcea iu Price
building, 120 Waahltigton avenue.
RANK T. OKLLL, Attorney at Law. Room
0. Coal Exehangn. HcranUm, I'a.
MILTON W. 1.0 WRY, I Att ys, W Washing
0. H. VON BTORt.'H, ton ay!. C. n. sguaii.
AMES W. OAKFORD, Attorney at Law,
O rnouis 03, 54 and 65, Commonwealth b'l'g.
(JAMUEL W. EDUaR, Attorney at Law.
tJ Oillce. 817 Korueeat.. Hrnntnn. I'a.
L
A. WATRESj, Attorney at Law, Hi
Lackawanna nne., Kernnton. Pa.
J P. HJUTH. Counsellor at Law. Office.
. rooms 54, 5,1, Ml Commonwealth building.
c
1 HTl'HRtl 4 ...... ...
........ ...iu. i. j ., i.n it , wur
. nionwealth bullulng. Hcranton, Pa.
C. COMEOY8. .121 Spruce Bt.
1)
H RKl'I.ritll IT (
- mm, vwiu., wnui iinv
a tiated onjrealestateaecnrity.4(W Spruce.
F. KILLAM, Attornev-at-Law, 1JU Wy
a ouiing avenue. Hi-ranton.
B
K( IIOUI.S
OCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA. Scran.
O ton. Pa., nrenares bovs and cirls forcolletrs
or uuslnesa: tnorougiuy trams young cnilurea
catalogue at request.
KEV. THOMAS M. CAM
Waltbh H. Birr-t.L.
fISS WOKCE8TICUS KINDERGARTEN
ill and Hchool. 41- Adams avenue, pupilj
ncnived at all timoa Next term wiu open
September 3.
lh.N 1'ls.Ts.
WM. A. TAFT. D.D.S., 104 North Wash
iliL'ton Ave. Snecialiv in Porcelain
nestorutioiiH. Crown ana bridge Work.
(J
V. LAUHAC11. burgoou Deutmt, Ko, 115
W yommif ave.
K M. sTKAT'I'mV. nfflc foal KxHnn
LOANS.
rI,llE REPUBLIC Savings snd Loan Asso
X ciutiou will loan vou iu,.liey on easier terms
and pay you better on investment than uuy
other association. Call on 8. N. CALLltN-
1ER. Iim Bunk Vmildinir
KKUIIS.
GK. CLARK & CO., Somlsmen. Florists
and Nurserymen; store l4ti Washiouton
avenue; green hou.su,l&) North Main aveuua'
store tnleplinne 7si
TKAS.
GRAND UN KIN TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
WIRE S KKI NS.
J OS. KUETTEL, 5i5 Lsck.twnnna avenue.
Scranton. Pa . n'annf'r of Wire Screens
HOTELS ANU RESTAURANTS.
' I 'iin, r r-si aiitsAir.K, zii-zi vv yoaiing
1 ave. Rooms heated with sraam: all mad
VESTltlNSTEk,
em improvements. C. M. Tkvmah, Pnp.
rpHE ELK CAFE, 125 nnd 127 Franklin ave
J. nuo. Kates rousonablo.
P. ZiKOLun, Proprietor.
' tS'A'iliSi&TKlt HOTEL.
VV W. G. SCHENCK, Manager.
Slxteentb street, one block east of Broadway.
at Union Square, New York.
American plan, $;15U per day and upward.
COYNE HOUSE. European plan; '.good
roo ma Open day ana night. B.ir' sup
plied witn the best
P. H. COYNE. Pronrletor.
OCR ANTON HOUSE, nenr D L. & W. pa.
O sengor depot. Conducted on the Europsun
plan. Victoh K uolu'roprletor.
r i RAND CE-N'TUAL. Tl bo largeat and bjsi
J etitilpped hotel in Allentowu, Pa.; ratal
S and l-.ou per day.
VicToK D. BAnttHR, Proprietor.
AUCIMTKCTS.
1)
AVIS A HOUPT, Arcluteeta. Rooms 'A
25 and Sit Commonwealth h'Wg. Scranton.
? L. W ALTER, Architect, Library build
Iv. lug, Wyoming avenue. Sornnton.
L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Prloe
building. 138 Vanhington Ave.,Scranton.
MI.srKIXANKOl.'a
IJAUER'S ORCHESTRA AR'SIO FOR
iJ balls, picnics, liartiea, recoptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For terms
address K. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulbrt's music etore.
II
ORTON D. 8WART8 WHOLESALB
lumber, Prlco building. Scranton, Pa,
MLGARGEE BROT1IEUS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bugs, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington aro., Scranton,
Pa.
II
OHSEH AND CARRIAGES FOit SALE
at 1533 Cupousi svenue
D. L.FOOTF., Agont
"I.HANK P. BROWN & CO., WHOLE
1 sale dealers iu Wood ware, Cordago aud
Oil Cloth, 7'.'0 W. Lnckawnnna svenuo.
LZRA FINN & SONS, builders and contrao
J i tors. Yards: Corner Olive at. and Adams
ave.; cornor Ash st. snd Point ave., Scranton.
The GENUINE New LTavcn
"Mathushek" Pianos
ESTABLISHED 1806.
New York WarcroomS No. 80
Fifth Avenuo.
E. C. BICKER & CO.,
Bole dealers in this section.
OVFICK-m Adams Ave.. Telephone. BTd'g-
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
COUBT UOU8I SQCAKS.
All klndg ot Laundry work gaarnnteel
the best,
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING COl
KCRANTON AND WILKES-EARBE, PA. MANUFACTURERS 09
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. ;
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF K J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Antbrsclto coal nsel exclusively. Insuring
cleaulinoss and comlort.
TIttIS TAfll.G IN EFFECT MAY 20, 188t.
Trains leave Bcranton for Plttston, Wilkes.
Bnrre, etc., at 8 an, .8.10, 11.30 a. m., 12.50. 2.UU,
HSf), mi, 1Z 11.00 p. ui. bunduys, 8.U0 a- m.,
1.0(1, 2. hi, MO p. m.
For A'lantlo City, 8.20 a. to.
lor Kew York, Newark and Elisabeth, 8.29
(express) a. pi., 12.50 (cxprosa wKtt bullet
lrlor car). i.W (exprew) p. m. Sunday, 2.15
iv m.
Foil MAl'flH CnpNK, Allentows, Bkiht.
nr.u, Kamost and PmijiiKi,tHU, 8.4) a. m..
1150. 3.U0. 6.00 (exoept fhUadelpblaJ p. in.
Sunday, i Ift jp. m.
For Long Bhahch, Ocean Orovb, etc, at
8.20 (wiih tnrougo nir) a, ra., liWp. m.
For Reuding, Lebnuon aud Harrisburg, vis
A lien town, 8.20 a. m., 12.60, (.00, p.m. Buuday,
2.1.1 p. m.
For Pottsrllle, 8.':il a. m., 12.10 p. m.
Ui!ttirnlng, leave New York, foot of Liberty
eireet, iMjnu river, at ttiu texpress a. In.,
1.10, LIB, 4.!i (express with Ballet parlor car
iu. oi'uuiit, u. ni.
Leave 1'biladelpbia, Koadlng Terminal, 9.0)
m 2.00 and 4.i) p. tn. bnnday, 0.7 a. ui.
'I hrouirh tickets to all Dnints at lotrnot ratna
may bo bad on application in advance to the
ticket agent at tne station.
11. f. BALDWIN,
Gen. l'aia. Avunfc.
J. a OLHAITSEX.
(ion. Built.
DELAWARE AND HUD
SON RAILROAD.
Commencing May , 1KI2.
traina will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
Htution. Scranton, for Pitts-
kw Tr'ilisvfj ion, iy iiKeF-rurro, etc, e-'io.
Baa " i- ?at-11U' "-is.
for r s"d ll w m'
Af For New York andPlills-
' deltihio. s 00 m. in.. 12.10. l ii
23R. d.lBotid ll.Wlp. m.
For Honesdale(lroui Delaware, Iaokawanna
nnd western depot;, 7.00, 6.&I, 10.10 a.m.. 1'J.IU
m.. 2.17, 5.10 p. ni.
For CarbondsJe and Intermediate stations,
5.40, 7 00, r.ilO, 10.10 u. m.. 12.00 in. ,2. 17, i.!
e.ai snd 9 .'Vi p. m.; from Bridgo Street Depot.
X.Ui a. m., i.V.aml 11 15 p. m.
Fsst express to Aibuny, l-nratoga, tne Adi
rondack Mountains, Psistun and New England
points, 5.40 a. m.. arriving ut Albany 1H.45.
Saratoga i a) p. m .uiul leaving scranton at
p. in., arriving at Al'iany at D.oO p. in., Sara
toga, 12.55 a, ni ., and Bustoti, 7.00 a. ro.
1 lie only tlirect routu in tween tne com nmii
and Boston. "Tbe Leading Tourists' Kuute
of America" to tbe Adirondack .Mountain re
sorts, Lakus George and Champluin, Montreal,
ete.
Time tables showing local and through train
aorvico between ktutlons on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may be obtained ut
all Delaware aud Hudson ticket otticss.
1L O. YOUNG, J. W. BUKDICK,
Second Vice President. Gen. Pass, Agt,
wAltROAOj
, mav ia, iw4.
Train leaves Bcranton for Philadelphia and
New Tork via. L. A; H R R. at li a.m.. 12. 10.
2.2S snd 11.35 p. in via D., L. & W. It. H., 8.00,
ti.W, ll.HO a.m., and 1..W p.' in.
Leave Scrunton for Pittston and Wilkss
Barre vis D.. L & W. H. K., B.OJ, 8.0S, 11.20
a. m , 1.80. a50. .tr?, S. -n p. ni.
Leave Scranton for Wbito Haven, Hazlcton,
Pottsville and all points on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottsvillo branches, via E. & W.
V.. o4u.-i.in., via D. tc H. R. K. at 8 a.m.. 12.10,
V. 4.10 p.ra , via I).. L. & W. K. B,, 6,00, bXi,
ll.ata iii., Mill, 3.50 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Enston,
Reading, Harrisbiirg and all intermedials
points via D. tl H. It. R., 0 a m.. 12. 10, 2.JH, II. ii
ti.m.,via D., L. & W. It. K..b.00,6.0!i. IVX a. m,
I'M p.m.
Leave Kcranton for Tnnkhannock. Tnwanla,
Elmira, Ithaca. Genova and all iutermedltt
pomU via D. & U. K R..IU7 a m., LI 10 and ll.il
p. m.,via D. U Ss W. R. R., BM a.m,l.i p. ra.
Io:ive S rranton for Uthestor, Butfalo, NI
inn Fulls. Detroit. Cbimiro aud all lioiuta
west visb. & H. B. R., 11.07 .m.,l lo.d.l.'..ll.3
p in., via D. L. & W. R. R. and Pittston
Jnnctlon, 6 08 a.m., 130, 8. Oo p. m., via K. & W.
K it.. 8.41 p. ni.
For Elmira and tho west via Palumanet, via
D. H. K. R. 0.07 a.m., Vi 10,8.15 p. ra.. v:a D.,
L. & W. R. R., ,80, a.m., 1.31) snd 6.07 p- m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. St B. Junction or
Wilkes-Birro and New York. l'blladelpji
Huflalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN' H. WILBUR, Goh. Supt. East Div.
CHAS. fi. LKE. Gn. Pas. Ag't, Phila.Pl.
A-W.NoNNEMAOlIER.Asa't Oen.Pass. Ag't,
South Bethlehem, i'a-
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
WESTERN' RAILROAD.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for Now York aud all points East. 1.40, 2.60,
6.15. 8.00 and B.5.1 a. m. ; 12 and 8.60 p. m.
Express for Easton, 'i'ronton. Pbilodelphta
and the South, 5.15, S.OO aud V.5i a. m.; YlbS
aud 3.60 p. ru.
Washington and way stations, S.5. p. m.
Tobyhauna aocommouatioc, 410 p. si.
Kxpr as for Biuguamton, Cwwega Elmira,
roniiug, Bath. Dansvllle, M"iint HurtH and
Buffalo, 12.10, 215 a. rs. and l.'4 p. m., aukiur
close connections at baffalo to all points lu ths)
West, Northwest and Soufhwesu
Bath accommodation, 0 a. m.
Ilinghamton aud way stations, 12.37 p. m,
Nicuulioa accummodation, at 4 p. w. ana
Q li) p. m.
' Blnghamton and Ehnira Express, 6 05 p, ra.
Express for Oortland, Syracuse, Oawuo.
L'tlca and Iticb&eld Spriaga, 110 a. u. aud UI
'"'lSi'sca, 2-15 and Bath 0 a. m. and 1 21 p. nr
For Northumtierland.I'itUton, Wbkos-Uarre,
Plymouth, Uloomaburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Williauiaport, Harrlsburg, Baltimore, Wash
ington and the South.
Northumberland snd intermediate stations,
.0U HMi a m. and 1.30 and 07 p. m.
Nsntteoge ana intermediate stations, B.w
and 11.81 a. m Plymouth and IutermedisU
ststions, 8ji)and8.oip. m.
Pullman parlor aud sleeping coaches on all
'XdSlIa'SXintormation. pKkrt tim.Ubles
etc apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket etflos,
82a Lackawauuaavtuus, or depot ticket omca,
X'EW YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERS
1 RAILWAY CO.
TIMS) TABLE IN Kt'IEfT SUNDAY. JUNE tl.
Trains leave Scrunton for Carbondale at
8.80, 10.55 a.m . and H 10 p.m.
For Hancock Junction, 10,55 a.m. and 010
p.m, ,
Trains leave Hancock Junction for reran
ton. a m and i l p in.
Trains leave Carhoni'ole for 8crant:n at
7 24 a m. and I'M, 5.34 p m.
81 RATON . ITIION.
In Kllrct Jane 2 ltd, 1801.
North lluiiad.
ouib Bound,
203 803 OI
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04 20O
Stations
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(Trains Bally. Ex-g,5
cept htinany. ) p 15 a
Arrive Ij-avei
ia m:
N. Y. Franklin Rt.
West 4v'nd street
41"
10 ..
Weehawken
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h soi 1 ir .
If MY 1 Oil .
7 6-;is. .
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Carbondale
White HildBO
May Held
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Archibald
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Db'kson
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AU trains run dally except Sunday.
-1. rlt'Dlhei that trains stop on signal tor pas.
60 11 COt'S.
secure rates via Ontario A Western betorsi
rHirchnslnft tickets and save money. Day and
Nihgt impress to the West.
J. C. Anderson, Gen. Pass Act '
T. riltcrott, Dlv. lima, Art. scranton, Pa.
General Office, SCRANTON, Pi.
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