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. THE SCRANTON TRIBUXE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1894.
The increase in anthracite shipments
for the week ended Jan iii).n otllcially
reported, aroountod t 808.505 toua, the
flffor being 1,873.704 ions, against
974,289 tons for the corresponding
period last year. These shipments have
increased the total for th year to the
dute named to 19,132 365. or only 1,
085.693 ton less than for the same
period in 1893. The Wyoming repion
led in the iuerease for the week with
214.976 tons, while shipments from, the
Bchnylkill region increased 141.374 tons
nud from the Lehigh region 42,155 tons.
This increased tonnage is a good thiol
for the coal carrying railroads, as tuy
receive their rates whether sales lire
effected or not. The statement for the
week in detail follows:
. June SO, 1SU1. July , 180a Dif-
fttl.SiW Iue 214,1)7(1
14.",.s;n lno 42,1"5
277.112 iue wi,;i;j
74,a!) Deo 3 8,543
Total for ver
todute IIUIH.IJOS 2l.ll8,tK8 Doc 1.958,610
The prodnction for tie month of
June will, it is believed, reach uearly,
if not quite, 5,000.001) tons, the largest
output of any uiomli on reaonl, and
tbjB, too, in the face of the fact that
demand has fallen to the minimum.
The greater part of newly luitmd coul
is, of course, going into stock ut vari
ous points for distribution later in the
season, tut there is no question in the
mind of the Philadelphia Stockholder
it bout the cnrryinn of such large stocks
being an injudicious policy. Prices
already reflect the barm that has been
done. For prepared sizes prices are
fairly well maintained, but tnose for
small steam sizes are materially
weaker; and the supply of pen and
buckwheat is now in excess of the de
mand. It is doubtful.accnrdiug to oun
authority, whether a single new order
has been booked at the July circular;
as a rnle the cireular is not bsinz ob
served. Attempts have been made to
enforce it on the line trade, but with
very Uttle sucoess, and many of the
atnaller interests are making deliveries
on the orders taksn under the May cir
cular. A Bethlehem dispateh says: A com
mittee representing the employes of the
northern division of the Lehigh Valley
railroad met General Superintendent
It. H. Wilbur, this afternoon aud bad
a two hours' consultation with hi in.
The chairman of the committee stated
that their visit was to settle some local
questions about travelingenglneers and
master mechanics aud bad been re
quested by Mr. Wilbur. Both denied
the visit had any connection with the
The total anthracite tonnage carried
over the Reading railroad in June,
1894.. whioh reached 1.217.207 tons, was
the largest ever transported by it in
any month, being 77,173 tons more
than tbe tonnage of the largest pre
vious month, which was November,
1803. A considerable proportion of
ibis tonnage originates on other rail
roads, and is by them deliverey to tbe
Heading railroad at various points.
The anthracite tonnage originating on
tbe Reading railroad and carried by it
dnnnir tbe last two weeks in Jnne was
557,200 toot. This was tbe lareeat ton
livge so originating ever carried in the
same period and was 21.7 per cent, of
the total anthracite production for the
'm time. During tbe early part of
Jnne seventeen of the Coal and Iron
company's collieries were not workiug,
principally because of the heavr rain
fall of tbe latter Dart of May had over
powered the pumps, preventing work
at one time at alt bat five of the com
pany's fifty-two colleries. During the
lust two weeks of June, in which all
of the collieries were working except
fix, tbe proiuction of tbe Coal and
Iron company's collieries was about
24,000 tous in excess of the production
of any previous period of two weeks.
A Suquehanna dispatch says: The
Brooklyn oil well men, having gone
down 2,000 feet and completing their
contract, tbe drillers have ceased op
erations without striking oil. At the
depth of 1,800 feet "second sand" was
fonud about 00 feet thick, and tbe in
dications of gas were excellent. Mr.
Nash, tbe chief projector, and the dril
lers unite in saying that the indica
tions have at all times been excellent.
In Hopbottom Monday the share hold
ers held a meeting which was attended
1V the principle officers from New
York city. They discussed plans fr.r
the future. The people of Hopbottom
desire that the company sink a wetl in
that place, and are willing to take a
big block of stock in the company. In
several places in that vicinity oil and
natural gas bave made their appear
uce; and in creek, where cattle were
wont to drink, a elimv substance with
a petroleum odor has appeared, and
the cattle refuse to taste it. Scranton
capitalists attended tbe Hopbottom
ineetiujf. Brooklyn people still have
firm faith tbatoil and gas exist there,
and if the present company will sur
render its leases, the Standard Oil com
pany, which will soon begin operations
in Bradford county, stands ready to
take tbe leases and begin vigorous op
erations. Oil may yet be discovered
iu Saiquehanna connty.
The directors of tbe Pennsylvania
"ormwestern Kuiiroart company
met at Philadelphia yesterday and de
cided that it would not be expedient to
H"' somi-nnnuai aivdend .upon
fj.Aiu.uuu or capital stock. The road
ruus from Bellwood to Horatio, a die-
ioiiwo ui sixty-one mues through the
bituminous coal region and tbe post
ing oi me oivmend is directly due to
me miuers stntte. Practically no coil
has been shipped over it since April
Lost year the oompany paid a dividend
of 6 per cent. .
Minor Industeial Notes:
The majority of Coxe Bros. & Co 's col
lieries are working three days this week.
The water in the Merriam mines still
reaches an elevation ot seven feet and one
The Southern Railway, and Steamship
association has fixed upon Aug. l to re
Wages of Panama railroad omployeshave
been cut 10 per cent and those of tbe ca
nal employes 20 per cent.
Joseph Wood, -the general manager of
tbe Pennsylvania mines west of Pittsburg
Is spending most of his time iu Chicago.
Tbe Central TrafQo and Chicago and
Ohio River Traffic association (passen.
ger nieu) will meet in Maokinaw, Mich.,
July 11. '
Passenger men express the opinion that
the strike bat cut down tbe Asbury Park
business 75 per cent, only 25 per cent, of
the number doing expeoted.
L. A. Riley & Co. have found tbe Back
Mountain vein in good condition at their
rjermantown slope. The diamond drills
bave cat into a fine vein of eoal nine feet
The eirnings of tbe Western New York
id Pennsylvania for the third week iu
June amounted to $51,900, a decrease.com-
pared with the same week last year, of
Tbe Schuylkill canal is agaiu open for
navigation, and boats are beiug received
from New York for regulur service bo'
tween points in the anthracite cual region
ana rmiudelpbiu. '
The fire in Packer colliery No. 6, belong
Ing to tbe Lehigh Valley Coal company,
has not yet beau extinguished but is still
Riving the comi uuy a great deul of aux
iety aud expenso.
borne years since, Eugenn Debs, now at
the bend of the American liuilroud union,
with four others, ori'nuized the "Broth
erhood of Railroad llrakemen," in a ca
boose in the 1'ort Jurvisyurd.
Sam n el M. Downs, has resigned as
train dispatcher on the Delaware, Sns
quohttnna and Schuylkill at Hoau Junction
aud is bark at his old desk in the Central
railroad ofllue, ut ilaucli Chunk.
David Jouos, wno has been shafting for
the 1'enn Anthracite Miuiug company,
hui nnearthed some very fiue veins ut
places where coul was not expected. Tbe
property in consequence bus become much
The work of pumping tho wator from
Mid Valley slope No. 'i elope has been
commenced. A railroad is to be con
structed on which the coal, an abundance
of which exists, will be taken for prepara-
uuh iu no. i ureaicer.
Tbe Lehich Vnllnv Kill.
has now returned to the Heading company
all the borrowed eDglues, the coal trade
having Bottled down to its normal propor-
, eimuiing iue alley to UauUle It
with its own motive power.
The Montour Iron and Steel company,
which had been compelled to close a part
of its works ou account of the tenrcity of
coal, started this morning in full. Coal
fcns commonced coming agaiu and no
trouble Is anticipated from this source in
The Baltimore and Ohio llailroad com
pauy aud the B iltiiuore K-al E tate and
Improvement company have filed in the
liecordor's oillce at Baltimore a mortgage
foi $15,000,000 to tun .Mercantile Trust
coinpuuy, of New York, to secure the
issue of bonds.
A delegation of old Pennsylvania rail
road employe.', ail members of brother
hood organization, have uotitled Ueneial
Manager Provost that under no condition
would they strike, and further they would
at once notify him of the prudence of any
labor agitator among thorn.
Isaao Christ, superintendent of tbe Ta
maqua Manufacturing company, vptmt
last Friday iu Jit. Carnicl formulating
plans for a complete transformation of
the coal cleaning system at the Mt. Car
mel colliery. It ib Operator Itightor's in
tention to make this what is known as a
i nomas u. 1'iatt. wtio lias been ap
pointed receiver of the Southern Central
railroad, bus taken pos-cs-iou of the nroii
erty. He lias issued a circulai order to
fluents and employes instructing thera to
obey all ordeis of officers ot the Lehigh
Valley Railroad company, which is ageut
lor tue receivers.
James Drutuinond. outside foreman for
tUe .Morns Kulge Coal comoanv. has re
signed and returned to his former homo nt
burantun. says the Shamokin Dispatch.
Iiis position is now tilled by Jacob ilowen-
Btein, who has bei-n a carpenter at this
colliery lor a number or years.
The work ot remodeling tbe Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western station at
Bloomsbiirg has been started. Tbe build
ing is to be cut in two, the upper half, or
ireigui uepartment, to De moved further
up the track toward Center street, and the
omer nan, or paseuRer aim ticket depart
ments, to be moved on a line with Market
The coal traffic on the Philadelphia and
crie anu rnnaaeipnia anil Schuylkill Val
ley divisions of the Pennsylvania railroad
still coutinnes very heavy. The trainmen
are kept busy iihlit aud duv. The Phila-
uulphia and i.no division officials are able
to Handle their traffic with their present
tores, um a new crew win oe put on too
Philadelphia and Schuylkill Valley divi
sion tliU week.
The Pennsylvania railroad reports that
the quantity of coal and coke originating
on aud carried ovor its lines east of Pitts
burg and Erie for the week ended June
80 was 237,334 tons, of which 201,393 tons
were conl and 85,001 tons coke. The total
tonnage for the year thus far ban been
6,.r)ia,30 toes, compared with 10,310,330
tous iu mo correxpouuiug period of 181)3, a
decrease of 3.727,008 tons, of which 5,319.
329 tous were conl, a decrease of 1!, 103, SO!)
tout, and 1,203,401 tons coke, a decrease of
458, 797 tons. .
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Bonds.
New Yoiik, July 10, -The tendency cf
prices at the Stock exchange was down
ward today, notwithstanding advices that
the roads were makinc some progress
against the strikers in Chicaso. - This did
did not turn the bears from their purpose,
however, these operators lavins consider
able stress on the ability of the Chicago
iruuea unions, wno uave tRKeu a nam I in
the tight, to bring about a condition of af
fairs which will surely lead to liquidation
in the general stock market. Chicago UaB
decliued frow 75; to 12 with final tran
sactions at the lowest point. The Gran
gers, Louisville and Nashville' and West
ern Union were all heavy at this time.
London refused to respond as was ex act
ed, and showed more confidence, buying
moderrtely, and the whole market subse
quently displayed mora stondine.s. Pull
man declined 1 point. Net changes for the
day in the prominent is.ues ho-,v Iosfrs of
Y'to 2 p--r cent., Chicago ias leading.
Total sales were 103,500 shares.
The follnwinifcompieto talile showinsr the
day's fluctuation In active stocks Is supplied
and revised daily by Lallar A t'uller, stock
brokers, 121 Wyoinlnir avenue:
Open- Hiifh- t,nv
in, er. est.
Am. Cot Oil
Cen. N. J
Chic & N. W
V.. B. A Q
C. C. C. & St. L.
w U7 ,-, u
5 BJJ &
Col., Hock.Val. A T.
D., h. & V.
D. & C. F...
(. E. Co....
N. Y. ft N. E.. ..
N. Y. Central...
N. Y O. ft W..
N. Y..8. & W
(J. S. C. Co
North Pac. pf...
Kork Island ,
M. Paul Mi
T., C. & I
Texas & Pao 8
Wabash p Jil
Western Union KM
W. A L. . pf 41
Chicago Grain and ProvUlons.
Scrantoh, July 10. -The following quota
tions ara supplied aud onrrootod daily by La
liar Sc fuller, stock brokors.121 Wyorolait ave
Opening , M
Lowest , lit
Ijowest ;,. yu&
New York Produce Market
New Yokk. July 10.-Frxim-Dull. easy.
V heat Fairly uciive, flrme.'; No. 3 red
store aim elevator, 6l)c: afloat, O'JiU'o.: f.
0. b., OlaOlJi'c: nneiaded rrd, D7uClc. ; N".
1 northern, G8Jai&; uptioiu were dull
yMo. higher; Nu. 2 red. July, 00a: Aug-
1. Ht,60jc.; September, 6.'i;.- December,
cOHit Active, firmer: No. 2, 4Ka47Ji'c. ;
elevator, 4?H'c. afloat; option uuil, irreh-u-
July' 4ti-H"-i August, 47c; September,
Oats Dull, ilrmor; options dull, steady;
July, 40c: August. t4ac; September,
iHc; No. 2 white, Juli-, 47c; spot prices,
No. a, 61Vh51c: No.2 white. ..; No. 'J
thicugo, WeJ.; No. 8, 50c; No. 3 white,
5io.; mixed western, Sl'a.W'c.; while,do.
02a'-'8c.; white state, friaobc.
Bkkv-Q iiot, Hteady.
Tikiickd Bkkf Quift.
Cut AlKATS-guio.,lirmer;pickled bellies.
Sc.; do shoulders, 0ia7c; do. hams, 12j.
LardDiiII, steady: western steam,
f7.4(); city, 0a7c; July 17.40; September,
?7.85; refined, quiet; coutiueutul. 7.70;
South America. 7.00j eouipouud, C!i0c.
Bcttkr Kirni, light receipts; state
dairy, lialHc: do. creamery, 13i2iic.-;
Pennsylvania do., 15a2Uo.; western dairy,
lOJaM.c.; do. creamer', 14i20c: do.
factory, lOaHc: elciiis, 19!a20a; imita
tion creamery, 12nl5c.
Ciikkkk Fair demaud, firm.
Euus Dull, loss linn; state and Penn
sylvania, iflalOv.-., western, llaloa; do.
per case, $Mi.
Philadelphia auIiow Markat.
Philadelphia. July 10.-Tallow was
dull and unchanged. Prices were; Prime
city in hogsheads, 4Ka4c; prime country,
iu barrels, 4,lc; do. dark m barrels, SJia
4c;. cukes, itc; grease, 3e.
Eysptpalu end Indignation
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And do the work so
FOR ALL KINDS
WORK OF SIMILAR
TRY THE TRIBUNE
t'HVtiUlAN;; AMI bU ItU k.UM.1
I'JR.O. EDGAR DEAN has removed toH
a-' bliruoe 8treet, bcramon, Jra. (Just op
rosito Colin-homo bqura)
1)K. A. J. UUiNELL, Otlice 201 Washington
avunue, corner Hpruo Btroet. oror
f raucke s drug tiora. Kosidenco, m Vine sc.
JJflice taours: )0.aitol2a. m. aud K tot and
zJJizP-m1oaHtlay, X to J ja.
1)1'- W. Ii Al".LEN. offlca' cor. Lack
, wanna and Wnshiiieton uves.: over Leon
ard shoe btore; oUic-e hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and
u- i p,im-i vmuiw at residuuee, iltH.
I li. U i, FKEY, I'ractlco limited to Dis.
m "f.1 tUo El Er, Nose aud Throat;
olMco, U. Wyoiuiu ave, Kuaidenoe, 5a Vins
1) 'A,M ATE8. 1S6 Wuahiniftou Avenu
Otlice hours, 8 to V a.ui.. l.au to 3 aud X
JLT-rn. Koldeticodli9 Madison avinu
OHN U WE,v
Z, M. V., OUioos Ut aud SI
f .. M . wul,l,III(o roHiueuce ii
t Cliniiinnwul tl. fit
...uuunave; oiuce nours. W to 12, II to 4, T to
t, bundays 2.80 to i. eveulnits at resideuot. A
iprciiilty made of diFoas;s of the eye, oar, nose
snd tUroat and eyneoologK
T M. I KAM-h. 8 Law and Collection of.
. lice, No. 817 bnruce sr., opposite Forest
li oune. Koran ton, Pa,; colltctioiie a epocfalty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable corrosuonif
IKtitiUPS & hAAlI
AttornevM and (iimbmI.
" iora at Law,
Vv asluugtoo av
. u. jam VP,
Hohack E. Hand.
W. H. Jksbup, Jil
lf ILI.AKD, WAKREN & KNAPP, Attor.
l,,iMeySn,1wOU"Rolol'sst Law "epuulicao
!il!llJ?K! aslilngton ave.. Hcranton, Pa.
l)A;i"ltt,bN & W1LCUX. Attoinoys and
X touuseUora at Law; otlkoa ft aud H Ubrary
liulldiii bcrunton, Pa.
HoaWELb H. PATT1RSO
" 11.1.1AM A. VVIMlOX.
A LKKEDHAND, WILLIAM .. HAN D. At.
jia. uirnoys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
"'k. iioms w. and 'ii.
1JOYLE. AttnPni..t.T n. V It, .
un u..T'..,r;;. "'.."':"""'"us-, "
111 r uuiiiiinar. vv aalniiKton avenue.
I I , -,- M- ,BKKL.Y Law offi.es in Prica
- -- uuiiuiiiir. jn vv uait iiitrn . ... ..
' " "IHHIWII VCI1UJ
U i" . V ULLH Attorney at Law. Koom
. ." ,V,OAK,l ohD- Attorney at Law,
' rooms 83, ndJ.'ommonweilth b'l g
SAIiUE,'- EL,liA. Attorney at Law.
u' i ,,,, wu, . n.
A. WAlKrJb, Attornoy at Law, til
Lackawanna aue.. StTanton. Pa.
I m5'iTS' ,'roui""!llor Rt L. Office,
rooma SI. SS, M Commonwcnlth hnii.n...
I ' n. J IILHLK. Attorney at Law, Com-
v. monwna.th l,lln.. c.......
C. COMKOYB, it!l Snrtine st.
A f tnrni... t
1 r . KILL AM, Attornevut-Law,
uuiiuK avenue, rranton.
CCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton, Pa., prepares hoys and girls forcollegs
or busineKa: thorouprhly trains vouug cluldrea
Catalogue at request.
Rev. Thomas M. Can
Walter H. Buei.l.
MISS WOKCKSTEH'S K1NDEKUARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue, pupils
all times. Next term will open
lhN I IMS.
WM. A. TAFT. D.D.S., 101 North Wash
iimton Ave. t'peclnlty in Porcelain
Crown nnd liridgo Work.
LAUBACH, burgeon Dentist. No. 115
I,' M. s'l'HAT I'ii.V. ofn,. r al Fyrln"
rpHB REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso-
A ClatlOU Will loiin vnil m.,nnv n Uul..
ami pay you bettor on iuvostmunt thim any
other association. Call on h. N. CAlLlN
1I'H. Dmie Rnnk buildln"
GR. CLARK & CO., Boeilsmon, FlorisU
and Nursorvmcn; store 140 Waahinirrnn
avenue; green house, law North Main avenue;
store telephone 7K-J
OHAN1J UNION TEA CO.. .Innes Hros.
WIRK S RKI NS.
tf Hcrnnttm. Pn..
5i5 Lackawanna avenu
ii'iinnf'r nf Wiro Screens
IIOTKLS AM) KKSTAITRANTC,
HE WESTMINSTER. 2I7-21!! Wvm,n
ave. Rooms heated with ste.nn: all mml.
ein lmprovom, uts. C. Ji. Thiiuah, Pron.
HMIE ELK CAFE, 1ST, and 127 Franklin ave
A nuo. Kates roasonnblo.
P. Zieoi.er, Proprietor.
v W. (i. srifr'.wr-tr vr
Sixteenth street, one block oast of Broadwav
ul ITinn V.. V ..
American plan, S3. 50 per day and upward.
CiOYNE UOUStl, Europoau plan; "good
rooms. Onun dav aud ni?ht. Ui.'.,.
plied witu the
J- p- COYNE, Proprietor,
OCRANTON HOUSE, near D
I. w ...
i.j acuger uepot.
Conducted nn tViw Kiir,,ui.n
Plan. Victoii Kont. Proprietor.
J HAND CENTRAL, The" iargos't and bUt
M enuinnei hutol in Alltmtoivn. Pa , ..r..
J2 and i2.oO per day.
VKToit D. Ba rnfr, Proprietor.
AVIS 110UPT, Art'.hltet ts. Rooms 21,
25 and 211 Commonwealth h'ld'g. Scranton.
,1 L. WALTER, Architect, Library build-
ing. Wyoming avenue. Scranton.
J? U BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
1 building. 12H V itsliinirtoi) Ave.. Scranton.
lis i:i.i.am:oi s.
IJACF.R S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
Mi balls, nicnica. nartion. reeentintta
dings and concert work furnished. For terms
addresa H. J. Bauer, conductor, lir Wyoming
ave., over Hulbert's music store.
UOHTON D. SWAItTS-WHOLESALE
lumber, Trice building, Scrnnton, Pa.
Ml'.GARUEE BROT11ERH, PRINTERS'
slltinilos. enveloTip.i. nmui, l.nm, ,;.,
Warehouse, lo0 Washiugtou ave., Scrauton,
HOUSES AND CARRIAGES FOR SALE
at 1:311 Capousj evonue
D. L. FOOTF, Agent
MtANK P. BROWN CO.. WHOLE
sale dealers in Woodware, Cordngo aud
'h iiuiu, i .u n, ijiii'KHwauiia avenue.
IZUA i i N N & SOiSS, biiihlers and coutrac-J-J
tors. 1 arils: Corner Olive st. and Adams
avo.; corner Ash at and Penn ave., Scranton.
The GENUINE New Haven
Mathushek " Pianos
New York Warerooma No. 80
E. C. BICKER & CO,
Bole dealers in this taction.
OFFICE 121 Adams Avo,. Telephone BTd'g
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
Coubt Bouse SquAkb,
All binds of Laundry woik gnarantoe t
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
BCRANTOJJ AND WILKES-BARRE. PA, MANUFACT0RER8 Ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
' General Office, SCRANTON, PA.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF 1 1
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
cleauliuess and comfort.
TIMK TABLE IN EFFECT MAT 20, 1801.
Trains leave 8cranton for Pittston, Wilkes.
frn,?t5',-at,?aJ' a. m., 12.60. 100,
lift ?- I t' U u p' m- Bundaya, ll.UU a, m,
l.WI, 2.1.1, 7.10 p. in.
For Ailantio City. 8.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.20
(express) a. m., 12.50 (expross with Buffet
parlor car), aw (exprewi) p. m. Bunday, 8.15
p. m. "
Foil Maiich Chunk, Ai.i.intown, Betrli
FAKT.1' tui Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m..
U0O, ,3.(10, B.U0 (exoept Philadelphia) p. m.
bunday, 2.15 p. m.
.? 0 fil,AcH, Oceaw Qrovb, etc, at
8.20 (with tnrough car) a. m., 12.S0 p. m.
For Roadinfr Lebanon and Harrisburg, via
Allentown, 8.20 a. m., 12.50, 6.00, p.m. Bunday:
2.1.1 p. ra.
For Pottoville, 8.20 a. m., 12.50 p. m.
Returning, leuve New York, foot of Liberty
",,r'";t.vJ'""tl1 river' at lU0 (express) a. m.,'
l.lo, 1.J0. 4.:i (express with Buffet parlor ear)
p. m. Sunday, tail a. m.
Leave I'hilatlolphia, Reading Terminal 8.09
a. m 2.00 and t;& p. m. Bunday, 0.27 a. m.
Through tickets to all points at loweat rates
may be had on application in advanoa to ths
bit&ui, uyeufc at tue stution.
H. P. BALDWIN,
tien. Pans. Agent
J. H. OLHAUSEN.
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May 29, 1892,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
Station. Scranton, for Pitts-
t.in Wllkos.Un.. Din
011.07, 9U7, lO.tia. m.. iili?
i-'JO, v.tu, 0.1J, e.J
and 11 85 p. m.
For New York and Phlla-
2 38, 110 and 11.30 p. m. ' '
For Honeedale(trom Delaware, Laokawanna
and western dopot), 7.00, 8. U0, 10.10 a.m., 12.UD
ni., 2.17, 6. 10 p. m.
lor Carboadalo and intermediate stations.
tUO, 7.00, 8.U0, 10.10 a. m 12.00 m.,2.17. 8.io,5.10,
li 20 and 0 ; p. m.; from Bridge Street DodoL
2.10 a. in.. 2.1;and 11 36 p. m. "
Fast cxprcHi to Albany, Saratoga, the Adi
rondack Mountains, Boston and New England
po.nts, 5.40 a. m., arriv.n at Albany 12.45.
Saratoga 2.20 p. m..and leaving Scranton at 2.17
p. m., arriving at Albany at 8.50 p. m., Sara
toga, 12.55 a, m , and Boston, 7.00 a. m.
Tue only direct route between tbe coal fields
and Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Routa
of America" to the Adirondack .Mountain re
sorts. Lakes George aud Champlain, Montreal,
Time tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offices.
H. ii. YOUNO, J. W. BUR DICE,
Second Vice President Gon. Pass. Agt
IAV 14. Iw4.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia anil
New York via. D. Sc H. R R. at 8 a-m., 11.10,
2.8H and 11.35 p. m. via D , L. & W. H. K., 8.00,
H. W. 11.20 a. m.,and 1.30 p. in.
Leave Scranton for PitUton and Wilkes
Barre via D.. L & W. R. K 6.00, &03, U.aj
a. m, 1.80, 3.50. 8.07. 8.. Op. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Eazleton,
Pottavllle and all points on ths Beaver
Sleadow and Pottavllle branches, via E. & W.
V.. 0 40 a.m., via D. & H. R. R. at 8 a.m.. 12.10,
2.38. 4 10 p.m., via D., L. & W. K. B, 6.U0, 8.08,
11.20 a.m., l.ao, aOOp.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Eaaton,
Reading, Harrisburg and all intermediate
points via D. Ss H. R. R., 8 a.m., 12.10. 2.38, 11.8)
p.m., via D., L. & W. R. R.,8.00,8.08. 11.20 a. m-
I. 30 p.m.
Leave Scranton forTunkhannock, Towanda,
Eimira, Ithaca, Geneva and all intermeditte
points via D. it H. R.R.,9.07 a m., 12.10 and 11.31
p. m., via D. L. & W. R. R 8.08 a.mM1.30 p. ra.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo, "i"i
agara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all points
west viaD. & H. R. R., 9.07 a.m.. 12. 10,9.15,11.0
p. m., via D. L. St W. R, R. and Pittstoa
Junction. 8.08 a.m., 1.30, 8.5V p. m.. via E. W.
R rt.. a. 41 p. m.
For Eimira and ths west via Balamanot, via
D. A 11. R. K. 9.07 a.m., lilO.s.ia p. ra.. via D.
L. & W. R. a, ,8.08 a.m., 1.30 and 8.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. Si B. Junction or
Wilkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia.
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt. East Div.
CHAS. 8. LI'.E. Gin. Pass. Ag't, Phila.P.
AW.NON'NEMACHER.Aai't aen.Paas. Ag't,
South Botblt-hem. Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for New York and ah points East L40, 2.50,
6.15, 8.00 and 9.6o a. m. ; 12 56 and 8.50 p, m.
Express for Easton. Trenton. Ptuladelohla
and the South, 6.15, 8.00 and 9.5o a. m.; M5
and 3.50 p. m.
wasnington ana way stations, s.&3 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodatfon, 8.10 p. m.
Expr ss for Bingbnmton, Oswego, Eimira,
Corning, Bath. Dansville, Mount Morris ana
Buffalo. 12.10. 2 16 a. m. and 124 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points in ths
West, Northwoat and Southwest.
Da'.h accommodation, nam.
Binghnmton aud way stations, 12.37 p. m.
NicuoLou accommodation, at t p. m. and
6.10 p. m.
Blnghamton and Eimira Express. 6.05 p, m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
Utica and Richfield Springs, 2.15 a. m. and 1.24
Ithaca. 2.15 and Bath 9 a. m. and 124 p. m.
For Nortbumberland.Pittston, Wilkes-Barre,
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Williamsport Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wash
ington aud the South.
Northuuiberland and intermediate stations,
6 (Hi. 9.55 a. m. and 1.80 and 6.07 p. m.
Nauticoae ana intermediate nations, 8.01
and 11.20 a. ni Plvuioutb and intermediate
stations. 8.50aud 8,5: n. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
express trains. , ...
For detailed information, pocket tlmi tables,
etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket otllos,
32 Lackawanuaaveuus, or depot ticket othoa.
KEW YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERS
TIME TABLE IN KKFEC'T SUNDAY, JUNE 24.
Trains leave Scranton (or Carbondale at
8.30, 111.55 a.m. and I) 1'p.m.
For Hancock Junction, 10.55 a.m. and 6 10
Trains leave Hancock Junotlon for Scran
ton. (lam. and 205 pui.
Trains leave Carbondale for Scranton at
7 24 a m. and 9.34, 6.34 p.m.
In Kllrct Juae21ih, 1804.
s & a b
J s. s w
(Trains Dally, Ex.
I cent Mmdny.)
N. Y. Franklin St.
.... 1 M)
VVesc 4iind street
P l M
8 Siii 1 15 .
8 1 0!) .
Tuila' nil .
7 10 A M
1 5(1 1 4 50
i W 4 55
8(11 8 05
8 0D 6(
S ID, 8 18
8 3li 8 84
7S:i IS INIMUII
7 in fii-iit
7 .-) 1 1 4!)
0 Mill 81
ft; 4;)J ....
7 ar ts 381 5 87
(illlll IM DIM,
8.S.V11 lSi 8
II 11 HTiO
11 U7, 8 44
11 U'ii N41
ii oi; s:;iii
6 14:11 l 8
fO ih f I0M"; 8 a.'l
6 10 10 58;
P U'A MA
All trains run dally except Sunday,
f. signifies that trains stop on signal tor pas
sengers. ecure rates via Ontario Western before
purchasing tickets and save money. Day an4
fcllit JCxiiress to the West.
J. C. Andorson, Gen. Pass Aft,
X. Flltcroft, Dlv, Pass, Agt. Scranton, Pa,