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TI1E SCI? ANTON TIIIETTNE FRIDAY MOHNIiro, JULY 13, 1894.
The exports of Amcrioan runnnfao
tores during May reached $15,190,403,
ami constituted 25.72 per cunt, of oar
total exports. . Tha exports for eleven
months ending with Mujr have been
$168,500,571. or 20.71 percent, of the
id till txports of tbe period. The ex
ports for the corresponding eleven
inonthu'endinj in May, 1S93, were only
$1-12. 08a. 633, or 18 7 per cent, of the
lulu! exports. The exports for the en
tire twelve months of the fisoul yeiir
will Teach about $183 000 000. which
will be larger by $13,000,000 than the
highest previous yer, and larger by a
much greater amount than any o'ber
year of Auiericuu exports of manufac
tures. The percentile of manufac
tures to other exports will also re lar
ger thiiu in any other year, unless pos
siuly in 1S77, whn the toUl exports
were only $532,080,854, against a proh
nl'lo total lor the prtsentyear of !?8T3,
000,000. Shipmeur of cotton cloths
udvauci.il from $8,112,124 in eleven
months of 1803 to $10,507,404 iu eleven
months for 1804; ecietitihV and electrl
cnl .ipparatm. from $l,'.38,29S to $1.
412 023: honsahoM furuiiure. from $'V
818 201 to 1553.001,128. and books anil
primcil matter, trom $1,583,720 ti$'),
413,200. The total loss on dutiable nr
tu-it-a for eleven months is from $389,
031,071 to $253,820,743, whilo on ar
ticle free nt duty it is only from $107,
005.307 to $319,301,351.
The appearance of u galaxy of Read
ing officials at Tresckow Tuesday is
reported to have aronsod a great deal
of excitement in that quiet neighbor
hood. The party weut over tho Jersey
Central rod from Silvor Brook aud
tueir errand to the place above named
is puzzling many, inasmuch ns they
hal never any business in that neigh
borhood to claim their attention. Bat
from what can be learned it is possible
that the Heading intends extending a
branch to Hearer Meadow aud Van
Winkle's Coleraine collieries. The
party embraced all the leading officials
of Uio Readiug and the private cur
"Transit" was their mode of convey
aace. J, II Warg, the Jersey Central
dispatcher, piloted the party from Sil
ver Brook to Tresckow.
Work on the uew slops of the West
Sldo Coal company, wccordinar to the
Cnrbotidale Lender, will be renewed in
a few days. The sinking of the elope
has been suspended for some time for
mint of a hoisting engine, and an en
tine has cow been put iu place and od
erations beg. in aguia yesterday. Tue
slope has already been sunk Jo the
depth of 110 feet, aud coal was reached
at this poiut. The rock and dirt has
boen deposited along the interior of the
slope, aud as soon as this can be re
moved witu the recently placed engine,
the active mining of coal will begin.
Three shifts will be put on and the
work will be pnsued rapidly forward.
It is estimated that there is at least
100,000 tons of coal in the tract topped
by this Dew opening, and employment
will be given to a number of men and
boys as soon as the place is put in op
eration. Concerning t;; return of Arch F.
Ltw, or this city, from a brief pleasure
trip to Liverpool, the Pittston Giizolte
note the fact that while in Liverpool
Mr. Law had an interview with James
Bain, chief engineer of the Cunard line,
iu regard to his father's patent elec
tronic cartridge, and received an order
to ship by the Campania, which sails
in xt fc.iturday, some samples of the
improved cartridge to be tried on the
Lucauia and Campinia, as they have
been tried iu other places with grdat
One of the unpleasant possibilities of
the use of culm as a railway ballast is
thus illustrated in a Huzleton paper
which notes that a portion or tuo lin
ing under the Lihigh Valley railroad
east of AudonrieJ was recently discov
ered to be on fire. Road Foreman Cur-
liu and Outside Superintendent Hayes,
of the Yorktown colliery, blended
forces ami bean at once shovelling
tie burning calm and ashes from be
neath tho track. The tire had already
burned to n depth of twenty feet and
extended for a distance of fifty feat
uluug the roadbed. E igine 79, of Di
luno, with a good supply of water, was
dispatched to the scene and the greater
portion of the horning uului having
been shoveled out, water to the thou
sands of gallon was poured in the
opening until not a spark of fire conld
be seen. The fire originated from a
number of ties that were use 1 as crib
bing being ignitol by sparks from
pissing locomotives. Hud Hie fire re
mained uudiacuvered for a week or a
lew days it would doubtless have made
its way down to the crop of the vein for
the filling where the iuciplent sparks
multiplied extended into tlie ininej and
was used to block a large breach.
While tho traveling salesmen have a
committee at Washington trying to In
duce congress to tiass a law to permit
the railroads to issue interchangeable
mileage tickets, a half d zjn roads in
Iudianna and Ohio which have had
such tickets on sale for several years
have gotten tird of it and are aban
doning the practice. The only line ab
solutely sure of its revenue, it is de
clared, is the one selling the ticket.
The roads are inclined to be incredu
lous concerning the promise of tho
commercial mon thiit if allowed the tic-
.I'. '. & a 1
Without the Sun the Earth
Would Be a Waste, .
Ita genial raya mean life. Soino
times, though, the heat disagrees
with you. Maybe it will ha only
a triiiiug ailment may bo ex
haustion and most serious. A lit
tle care would avoid this. Tho
Johann UofFs Malt Extract
would "set you right" would
"keep you right. " It is a nutri
tive stimulant, but not an intoxi
cant. It exalts tho energies,' aids
digestion. Beware of imitations.
Look for signature of
"Johann Hoff" on neck label.
v. ii. n1 ii1 f-t, . "1. -r-v
kels they will (top the dealings with
soalpers. Such tickets would open a
wtilo held fur the scalpers u tne com
mercial mon should deal with them
Superintendent Graham, of the
Wilkes-Barre and Wyoming Valley
Traction company announces, in conse
quence of the completion of pending
negotiations, that the worlc or putting
the trolley line through Pittston bor
ough will be begun next week. A
meeting of the Pittston Citizens ad
visory committee is called for tonight,
wlieu the Traction othcials will be
present, and the questions of the grade
of Maiu street will be decided. The
burgoas and rcmuiittee of council have
engaged Civil Engineer Bartl, of this
city, to give tho grudo of the street ub
Potter & Folwell, sanitary engineers
of Qotham, estimate that the cost of
sewering Pittston borough would be
$108,373 00 This estimate includes a
newur on every sireet in the borough
i m its, and it is estimated that there
nre twenty-four miles of street in the
borough. Ihe estimated cost or build
ing a sewer on Main street, from line
to line, is S10.083, aud for a sower from
Union street north, to Railroad street
south, under that portion of the street
that is pavod. $7,030 is tho estimated
co.it. The sewers on the side streets
will be of pipe, from 8 inches up to 30
inches. The sewer ou Miin street will
bo of brick, except in one district up
town, wh?re pipes will answer the pur
pone, nud it will be tiino feet umlei
ground. There will b three other sec
tions of the sewer ott Mnin street built
of brick. .The maps and specifications
huvi been given to Engineer B.irtl, of
this city, for examination, and when
he lias gone over thorn, they will be
presented to the I'ittston council for
A number of well known eoal mae
nates and Pennsylvania mining oflicials
inspected th collieries of the Mineral
Railroad and Mining company and the
Union Coal company yesterday. Tuey
are milking a tour of the mines iu
which they nre interested throughout
the Shatuokiu section of the state and
ata Iminii n:i:irt,rMil In Ortm-rnl Xiinoi -
intendent Frank Shepherd's private car
ami I'niliuan sleeper loiutitue, which
it rminir ilruwn hv n Ktu'pial nnirim.
Among the momhers of the party are
ueucrai tniperiuteihient i-ranic onp-
lu rd nf Altnnna? V IT .Tin-it, funeral
freight agent of Pennsylvania rail
road, of Philadelnhia: Joeiih Stlck-
ney und Mr. Boyd, of the New York
coal farm of Stckuey, Cunningham
& Co. : Y. H Lwis. Btineriiitendent
ol the William Penn Coal company;
Mr. Stickuey and son, and D.iniul El
wards, stiperiuteiulHiit of the Kingston
Coal compauy ut Wilkes-Birre; Irvin
A. Stearne, general manager of the
Pennsylvania Coal companies, and
Morris Williams, superintendent of
tue Mineral Railroad and Mining com
pany. They had already inspected the
Priinrosp tuillierv at Mineraviila as well
as the Lytio colliery near tho same
place and the William Penn colliery.
The engineer of the locomotive was
Andrew Chambers, probably ono of
the best known railroad mon in the
united States. Ills fir. 'man was Mr
Mirhnplj Mr. Cham linrs in the favor.
ite engineer of Roberts and has been
on nearly every railroad ia this coun
try iu the capacity of engineer of Pres
ident Roberts' official tours.
"An order has gone into effect on
the Lehiib Valley roal," says tho
Pittston U.izute, "whicii is not very
encouraging to the old employes. A
number of long ssrvica engineers of
first class trains have b?en transferred
to second un 1 ovuu to third class run?,
such as freight, coal and gravel trams,
the first flats runs being given to the
new nun-union eugineers who camo to
the company's rescue during the strike
last lull, it is understood that the
chaugo is uiadeiu onl r to keep tin
nou-uuion men from accepting the in
durements offered them to go to the
west. Among the engineers so far ra
duced ii Mumford Nonuemachcr, of
this place, who yesterday completed
his htteenth year or service as engineer
on tho Wiley road and who has been
running one of the fast express trains.
1'urdell and benrfoss, aisj old time en
gineers on the Wyoming division, have
been reduced, and others are expecting
similar orders any minute. The man
urd not doing much kicking. They say
It would be useless. They did uot
blame Superintendent Mitchell iu the
least, know ing him not to be respon
sible for the order. llo hag told th
men that he is but obeying the order
of higher powers, and that he opposed
it as inuob as possible."
Minor Industkiai. Notes:
Tbo Delaware and lludfoa has bnen as
sessed $4,GJC, 120 peraowil property in Xew
The Society fur the Promotion of Engi
neering education will hold its first animal
meetitgin Brooklyn, N. Y.. Aug. 'M tu'JJ.
E'lward Hughes, who whs Inst year bur
gess of lluulii-stown, near I'ittston, has
been appointed superintendent of Johnsou
& (Jo.'s mines.
The Kuiployes' Insurance association
started on tho Reading road whuu Austin
Corhiu was its prosidunt, is still maintain
ed and highly approved by the receivers of
Justice Brewer has rendered a decision
at Omaba declaring unconstitutional tho
Nebraska mnxium freight law. Tim law
hns been under test since its eoactniout
two yuurs uuo.
President Tuttle says that Boston and
Maine earnings are from 10 10 15 per cout.
behind what they wi-re a year ngo. Up to
August the coiupariion is with montns of
big earnings last year.
The strike has created quite a boom in
business with the express companies, Not
in many years, It is stated, has their busi
ness been heavier than sinco the strike
was inaugurated and stopped freight
Eyscapila and Indigestion
In their worst forms ar cured by the
use of P. P. P. If yon are debilitated and
run down, or If you need ft tonio to regain
fhshnud lost oppolite, strength aud vigor,
take P. P. P., and you will bo strong and
healthy, k or shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium) is the king of all
meilicino'. P. P. P. ia tho greatest blood
purifier iu the world. For sale by all
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
Etosks and Kondi.
New Yojik. July 12. A quiet condiflmi
of affairs prevailed at tue stock exchange
today, Early transactions in the general
railway list were at concessions of yt to
per cent, due to the announcement of a
strike on the St. Paul road. The report
gniued more credence in London than it
did hero. As a matter of fact the streot
hns about come to the conclusion that the
.labor troubles ns far as the i-tock market
is concerned have about run their course.
The reports of the strike ou the St. Paul
road not being confirmed, tho shorts began
tover the fractional loss noted was recov
ered. The feature of the day was tho activity
in American Sugar, of which 55,000 shares
changed hands out of a total of 114. (too
shares. The stock declined to 07, ralllod lo
and recoiled to 07!f The early decline
Was dim to the decision of Judge Barker,
Of the Massachusetts supreme court, in the
suit brought against the company for not
filing Its aunual report with the state au
thorities. Chicago Gu, attcr decliuing to
rallied to 77Ji'. Lead, Cordage, and
Geuaial Electric were iu better request.
In th tinid dealiugs American Suitar de
veloped renewed weakness, but too geu
trul list held tolerably Arm. Tho parsing
of ihe L itiisville and Nashville dividend,
the failure of L. Dale Alexander & Co.,
members of the Stock exchauga and ru
mors of heavy gold shlpmouts had no ef
fect. Tub foll.iwini: comDieto tahla unnwinu the
day's fluctuations in actlrn ntneks is suuolird
anil rovisril dully hy Lulitr A Fuller, stock
uroKors, 1.1 vt yommif avenue:
la(. iiu. est.
A. T. & S. F
Chic & N. W
B. & O
CO. V. & St. It...,
Col., Hook.Val. T,
1)., L. & W...
I). 4 O. F
(1. K. Co
It. ii N
Nat. Lea; I
N. Y. & N. E
N. Y. Central
N. Y (. V
N. Y..B. St W
U. . C. Co
N orth Pno
North Pao. pf
Ko' k Inland
T V. I
Texas Jt Pan
W.& L. !
W. & L. E. pf
Chlcsao Oram and Provisions.
"ScnANToN, July 12. The following quota
tions aril aupplioa ami C'irroiti'-t daily by L
llar& Kullei'.stock brokurs,Ul Wyominx avd
Jnlv. Sept. Doe.
&S'$ HI 10
M'i Ki'ii (KHi
,',in,i 5.SI.J .H
lli.'i H!a il6
4:iii 44 ....
4 Kii ....
uii at; 4
m 1270 ....
l'.'M PJ.-.7 ....
vsA i:m ....
Hi J 115.' ....
New York Produce Market.
New York. July 12, IrLoun--Lefs na
Wheat Less active, eaior, closing
finuj Jfo. 2 red store aud elevator, WJiic;
nllont, OO.c: f. o. b., COuOOc. ; un
graded red, oTuClc; Ko. 1 northern, Ciu
I'S.-,; option" closed weak at Jfac. under
yesterday; No. 2 red, July, fiDc: August,
OUc. ; Soptember, 6lc; Decern hor, (!5?.
Coiin (jnipt, flrnier; No. 2, 47Ji(a4i;ic.I
'elpvntor; 4S)in4t.,,.jC. afloat; options were
dull and firm at He advauc;Jnly, 47Jc.;
AiiBiist, 47c: September, 47Jc.
Oats Dull, steadvj options, dull, lower,
Bteady; July, 45c. j August, 1:4 He; Soptem
bur, 32J4CJ No. a white, July, 4()i:;
spot prices, No. 2, 82c: No. 2 white, 5'fc;
No. 2 Chicago, 6:ic; No. 3, 51c; No. 3
white, 50c; mixed western, S3a53o.; white
do. and white state, 52a3Uc.
Berk Quiet, firm.
Cut MEATR-Quior, steady.
Laud Quiet, shade wealtor: western,
steam closed J7.35; city, OJ.inlic; July,
S7.3U: Septemlar, f7.3D; rcliued, easier;
contiuent, tl.Xi; SouLh America, 87.65;
Poiik Qiiiot, Arm.
Butter Dull: state dairy, 12al8Jic; do.
creamery, 15 1 1Ul; Pennsylvania do., 15a
l'Jc; western dairy, lO'iali.c.; do. creamj
cry, Kal'Jc: do. factory, lUaI4c; nlgius,
18!i,'al3c.; imitation creamery, 12al5c
Cheese Fair demand.
Egos Quiot. lower; state and Penn
sylvania, i3al3c, western fresh, lpja
12c; do. per case, tl.50a2.50.
Fhiladelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia. July 12.-slliiw was
dull and unchanged. Prices were: Primo
city in hogsheads, la4Ji'c.; prime country,
in barrels, 4.'c; do. dark lu barrels, Sa
4c;. cakes, 4'ijO. ; crease, 3c.
S r.;X REST0HES VITALITY.
7Htt.KE.AT SOI h liny.
produces (lie nlinve results in .10 d:js. It a l(
powerfully oiiil uuiehly. Cures w!:on nil 'ulhers fml
Vimii:ineuHMiv.-m thcMi- lost luanlitio.l.aiiil old
;,ii'ii will recover tin ir yoinlilul vikih' hy uini;
K;VI VO. It nuickly nml surely natures Nervous
ness, Lost Vitiiltly, liiiiu.ieiiey. Nightly Knnssinus,
Lost Power. Failinir M. innry, W'astnui Diseases, and
nil efl'i eCs ot wir-nbiiM. or exee.snml indiseri tion.
liieh unfits one tor s'luly. business or marnaKu. It
not only cum hy sturtinir nt tlieseiit of disease, but
isanrent nerve Ionic and blood bultiler. hrinii
ini! hack tlio pink Rloiv to pnlo elieelis anil ro
stnriiiK tho lire of .viiulh. Ii. wards oil Insanity
in' Consumption. Insist on having- Iti:VI Vo.no
other. It can ho carried In vest i.oeki t. I;y mrll
Kl.0 per iiarkaite, or six furWO.OCI, wltlin posi
tlvo vvrlitcn k'oiiranieo to core or rotund
I he money. Circular Ireo. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., C3 River St., CHICAGO, ILL.
For sale by Matthews llrt.a., briiKnUts,
M3ds a well
mi -j cult
11. iliI'Ll u Tilt' K
UVMLT in at) I)AV. Ctinn nil
NiTVutu ltl"ii(t titliinff hi i!ory,V 1
to rihninki'ii nriruti-;. ami qulrkly luit KUi-flv rcstnri,"
l.wt MHnhmid in oli I oi'.voiintr. Kollvi-nnh'tl hi vr.-.t
n'-i;.'t. I'lirc 1.10 npiu'kixr". Si; im- tt.YOO with 1
wrltlrtt ifiinriiiitrr tn vnrv or money n-rumtrd. Hcm'l
Jut nny iiiiin-lnchtlod (Ir.nrci' i nfil you ntif khui vj
itttitiitimt. jukI ton liiivlim .MAIM noiir othrr. il
iw han not rrottl. wo will f.-ti-i it hv nmll upon r'fii'
o) pricft. I'anipliNa in horIuiI cnvflupp fri. A tiling
4rtii1nl JUedh 1 Co I'ropt, I'liW-a-fo, 111., oronrosemii
SOLD hy Maithttwa Brnn., Whulosalc nml Rflnil
DniKqUis, SC KAN TUN, I'A., and oihjr Lead
What is Mot e Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright
complexion? For It, uso Potzonl's Powder.
IJH 1 ijy IV"
a r 1
Gail &Ax's NAVY Lon? Cut TOBACCO.
ALSO 50 i:i;KU NT com watchks.
75 HANDSOME MANTKIj clocks. a
100 .KLtitiArU' MCK1X WATClIKS.
iavo your Empty Papar Wrappers.
Your Dealer can furaish full particulars.
Has your Baby any of
Are its cheeks wan and pale ?
Is it losing weight ?
Is it puny and feeble ?
Does its flesh lack firmness ?
Is it fretful aud peevish ?
Does it sleen too much ?
Does it pass its food undigested ?
is it not doing well (
Does it throw up its food ?
Is it backward in teething ?
Is it recovering from illness ?
In all these conditions
will produce the most beneficial
results Peerless for infants, and
For sale hy all druggist.
TUE! EOVISIXE CO., XEW YORK.
Eank of Scranton.
Tills tmnlc ofTem to depositors everj
fnellit y WHrrHiit. d by tlielr balances, buil
uess and ruNpuimllillity.
Kpevlul atiuiitlun Klven to bustnau ao
couuts. lulerest pnld on time dapoalta.
WIL7.IAM roNNKt.t, President.
OlSO. II. PATI.IN, Vico-I'rcsldant
WILLIAM U. FUCK, Cullies,
Wllllnm roDiiell, Genrero II. Cntlln,
Allied llnnd. JiiDies An hbnld, Henry
lielln, Jr., Wlllliiiu T. Kuitbr Lntliar
National Bank of Scranton
W.W. WATSON, ViccProJidont
A. a WILLIAMS, Cashier.
RAMret niNC, JAMM M' ErRHrtART,
Ihvinh A. KiNcit, PieikeB. Fin ley,
JOHKl'll J. Jl.llUY!. Jl. H. KEMUHK.lt.,
CllAd, e. ilAlTHIIWS, JoIIM T. l'ullllilL
W. W. Waison.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
Tbln bunk Invites tho patronage ot business
men unu 11 rum Ketieriuiy.
HEART LAKE, Susqinhaniia Co.
U. 13. CltOI'LT Proprietor.
rrlUS riOUSK la Htrietlv tmnnornri. is new
I uul well rurnisli I tind OPK.V'.l) To
in.-; p;;hi.io TUIO YEAH KoUND; is
loniteii miun-.iy mtwuou iUoiitrmenn 1 riermi
tun, on .Miintrns j and liioxavviinint Huilroail.
six miles f rum I).. I,, Se W. It Ii. nt Alturd
Sla.inn, un l li-o niil.M from ,M .ntrovi; en
i iieiiy, Hitlity-livo; tln'cB inmates' walk f rom
11. n. station.
GOOD ItiiAT'. UHINfi TACKLE, Sic;
J 111 K T , UIKSIS.
Altitude, nlii.itt. "'UK) font, eqniillinij in this
lonpuct mo Adiruudni'R iu uatiniu Motin
taiiiH. 1 ino (trovof. plonty of shftlo anil bountiful
seenery, in.-iiani; a Miminer liosort unex
celled in beniilv and clienmesn.
Liuni-niK piiviliini, H-iii in, cro U3t r minds
&e. Cnld hriiliio WntL-r and ilJiity ol Mlik
lliitci, 7 in jl( per eek. 1.6( per
I.xeuriii n tiekdts Bold at all atatioui ou D.
1j. : W. limn
Port, r meets nil trains.
EtlDCIHCO T thi Hiohkbt MfOIMl Authoi
r y.nr.linw.il. Thin MENTUCT
imi.m.er win euro y..u. A
ffolMlerllll boon tl.ni.fTen.rt
Ur4 I'n.w, wum i iirt.iir.
1 rer.ieily, convenient to onrry
In porleet, roadr to f n on Hint Inillenilnn of clii.
i 'oncinueu le. I nfiil I'rtrr.ianent; rnrt.
H:.tl.ffietion nmrnnteeil or money rei umlfHl. Prlee,
r. el. 'in il free nt UnivKiKts. Uoelmorcrl nmll.
i;u ccuk, ii. u. kUMiAn, air., im tuitrt, aid, U. 8,
MTNTHirSI Tlio nureiit and iinfest remiMlT for
W,ln I nut, nil skin dlsoanca.KriiMna, Itch Hull
juienni. ..") ,-ii.niB, uiiriis, . ii'. wonflmrnil rum
edyl'nrPII.V:!. Irlee,fi.ola.fit llruv-r a rj
jlst or hy mull iireenlil. AiUlrenianiiote. QKL"
I'er by Matlhowt llroi. and John
Axaw in cash
15th, 1894, to consumers of
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ard alius atore; olboo houra. 10 to 12 a. m. and
to 4 p. m. i eyeninKS at rubldeuoo, &U N.
1)K.UL. FKEy, Pruvtica limited to Dlv
i f cases of tho Eya, Ear, Nosu and Throat;
ollice, la WyouiuK ava Iteludenc oJK Viui
I Ut. L.1I. UATK8. 12S Waahinirton Avonua.
V' Ollice liours, Htoa.ni., l.UOto Ii aud I
to 8 p.m. Kosidoiico 'M Madison avenua
I011.M L. WEN'iZ, M. U, OIHom Id aud it
(ommonwoalth buililinit: roBidonco 711
Madison avu; ollice hours. 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to
II; Btindays 2.1M to 4. eveniiiKa at reaidonoa. A
Iieciulty made of diroaaes of the oye, ear, now
aud tlirout and KyneooloKy.
IM. C. KANCK'8 Law and Collection of
. lice. No. 817 Bnruce t., opposite Korest
IloUBe. Bcranton, la,; collections a specialty
throughout PcnnHvlvunia: rulinblu
on is iu uvury cuuitvy.
T ESSlil'S & HA.MO, Attoruoys and t'ounaul
''. ,r? gt Law- toiumonwcaltU bulldinz
W. H. Jesri-p,
lioiiAcu K. Hand,
W. U. Jkshup, Jn.
W1LLAKD WAltKICN & KNAl'l', AtWr
neya and ComiBelors at Law, Kopublkaa
MvmlmiWashiirton nve., Kcranton, J'a.
pATTEKSU.Nf & WlTTtTix. Attorneys and
X Counsellors at Law: urllces o aud a Librarv
building, bcruutou, l'a.
IfOBWnr.t, IL PATTBI130
Wilmam A. Wilcox.
ALKUK1HIAND, WILLIAM. I. HAND, At
torneys and C!ounollors, Commonwealth
bnilditiK. Hooms 19, 20 and 21.
F E. BuYLK, Attornejr at-Law,Nos.l and
20, Hurr bulldinif, WaahliiKton avenue.
bl( Y M. KEELY - Law otllces iu trie
iiuuuing, U'U WashiiiKton avenue.
lBANK T. OKtLL, Attorney at Law. Uoom
oajjytelinn uw. Scranton. Pa.
MILTON W. LOWKY. 7 Att'viTit7 v.h,.
('. II. VON HTOKt'H. f t.m v C. n ,r;
I AMES W. OAKKoltb, Attorney at Law.
.1 rooms 6.1, (H and 65M.'orninonweiilth'ri.
(JAMUEL W. EUtiAlt, Attorney" at Law.
VJ Ollice. 317 Spruce st.. Scranton, l'a.
A. WATIIES, Attorney at Law, til
Lackawanna aim, Kcriiuton, lJa.
) 1'. SMITH, Conusellor at Law. Ofllce,
. luwT.ia.H. iw. ,u lominnnwesitti bnlldimr.
C It. 1'ITt 11 Kit. Attorney at Law, Com
' niOnWeS tb btlilninir Mr-ni.lt.nn Pn
f. CUMEOYH. :l Spruce st.
1 . .hP'-OOLE, Attorney-Loans neo-
. limn un reaiesintB security. 41W Spruca
1) V. KILLAM, Attorner-afLaw, 1M Wy
S( IKKII S.
t'CHOOLOr' THE LACKAWANNA. Scran.
O ton, !'., prcpnres boys and girls forcollum
or uusineusi tuorouKUiy trains young cmlurea.
Catalogue at request.
Rp.v. TnoMAsM. CANS,
WALTF.lt H. HL-EI.L.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and t-cbool, 4U Adams avenue. tupil
received at all timos. Next term will open
bl.X 1 1STS.
fM. A. TAFT. D.D.8., 104 North Wash-
inuton Ave. Kpccinltv in Porcolain
Restorations. Crown and Bridge Work.
('. LAUBACH, burgeon Dentist, No, 115
, Wyoming ave.
H. M. WTKATTON. nfflen (nal KTehnniw.
pUE HEPiThlTc" Bar5ugs and-LoanA
A cintiou will loan you mmioy on euKier torms
and pay you better on investment than any
other association. Call ou S. N. CALLbN
l'KR. Oime Bunk bnildinir
CI K. CLARK A CO., Seedsmen. Florists
J. and Nurserymen; store 148 Washington
nventio; croon house, IUjJ North Main aveuuo;
ftore teleplion Tkj
GRAND L'NlO.V TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
1 OS. KL'ETTEL, Di5 Lnckawanna avonus,
ft Sernnton. Pa. mannfr if Wire Screens
IIOTKLS AMI KKSTAl ItAXT.
steam: all hkxF
X avo. Rooms heated with steam:
ern Improveuients. C M. Tri;man. Prop.
rpHF. ELK CAFE, 13 and 127 Franklin ave
X nuo. lintes reasonable.
P. ZiKUl.Eit. proprietor.
T LSTjilAbTER HOTEL.
' ' W. G. SCHENCK, Manager,
(sixteenth street, ono block east ot Broadway,
at Union Square, New York.
American plan, J3fi0 per tiny and upward.
COYNE HOUSE, European plan; good
rooms. Open day and night. Bar sup
plied with the best.
P. TT. COYNE. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, near D., L. & W. pas.
longer depot Conducted on the European
plan. Victoii Kocii. Proprietor.
RAND CENTRAL. 'Hid fanjeac aud bjsT
II equipped hotol in Allentown, Pa.; ratsj
2 and per day.
VK Toit D. Ha HNF.it, Proprietor.
DAVIS & HOUPT, Areliiteets. Rooms 21.
25 and 28 Coiiimimwenltli b id's. Scranton.
L. WALTER, Architect. Library bund
inir. Vvninin-j avenue. Scranton.
? L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Prica
hmidinz,l2i V ashinelon Ave., Scranton.
lJAUI'.lfS ORCHESTRA - ML'SIO FOR
J) balls, picnics, jwrtios, receptions, wed
dings and oonrort work furnished. For tormj
address R. .1. Bauer, conducior. 117 Wyominj
ave., over Hulbort's music store.
ORTON D. SAY ARTS WIIOLESALJ5
luiuoor, i ncu uiiiiuiii peranum, ro.
MEGARGEE BROTHERS, PHiNTEHS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse. 130 Washington ave., Scranton,
OKSEH AND CARRIAGES FOR BALE
at l.'tlj Cnpous) n venue-
D. L. FOOTE, Agent
P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
salo dealers in Woodwaro. Cordaire aud
Oil Cloth, 7-0 W. Lackawanna avenue.
lZKA FINN As SONS, builders and contr
1 .j tors. Yards: Corner Olive st. and Ada
avo.; corner Ash st. and Penn ave., Scrunti
and Penn ave., Scranton.
The GENUINE Now Haven
New York 'Wareroomg No. 80
E. C. BICKER & CO.,
Bole dealers in this section.
OrriCE-121 Adams Aye.. Telephone B'l'd'g
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
tOUHT HOV SQUAlli.
All binds of Laundry work gniirimtoe i
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
BCRANTON AND W1LKES BARRE. PA. MANOFACTORERS Of
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Bote?,
! HOISTING AND 'PUMPING MACHINERY.
' General Office, SCRAKT021 Pi
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF E J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA PIVISIOFI
Anthradta coal nsed eiclusivelv. iniurlnt
cleanliness tnd comfort.
T1MF. TABLE IN EFFECT MAT 20, 189L
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, Wllkns
r.nire. etc.. at 8 2. B.la. 1L30 a. m. 12 HI '2 iVl
8..'i0, S.nn, 7.2r., 11.05 p. m. Bundaya, S.UU a. m-
l.oo, 2 ir. 7.10 P. in. 7
ror Aiiantio city, u.ai a. m.
For Now York, Newark and Elisabeth, .a
(ezproas) a. m.. 12.50 Ceznrosa with Rnffai
parlor car). 8.30 (express) p. m. Sunday, 2. 11
Foil Mauch Chunk, Ai.lentown, Detiim
hem, Eaktoh aud Philadelphia, 8.ai a. m..
lli.50, 3.30, 5.00 (exoept Philadelphia) p. m.
Siindny, 2.15 p, m.
For Long HliAwrn Orci nnnn ! .t
8.ai ( with turougii car) a. m., 12.50 p. m.
For Roiidniff, Lebanon and Harrisburg, via
Allentown, 8.20 a. m, 12.50, 6.00, p.m. Buuday.
K.Ki p. m.
ror I'otuvnie, B.'JOa. m., I2.Mp. m.
KeturniiiK. leave New York, foot of Libert)
airni t. North river, at IWO (express) a. m.,
1.10, !.:. 4.Su (express with Bullet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, heading Terminal, S.0O
a. in., 2.00 and 4.:U p. m. Sunday, 8.27 a. m.
1 lirouifh tickets to all points at lowest ratal
may be had on application in advanoa to tut
ticket agent at tho station.
O. P. BALDWIN,
Qe-1 " Agent,
J. H. OLHAUSEN.
DELAWARE AND HTJD
Commencing May 29.
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
Station, Scranton, for Pitta
ton. Wllkes-Barre, etc, 8.00,
J.07, 9 37, 10.42 a. id.. 12.10,
1,2.1. 2.38 4.10, 5.1j, 0.15, U.li
and 11.86 p. m.
For New York and Phila
elnhia. 8 00 a. m.. 12.10. lii.
MH. f 10 and 11.50 p. m.
For llouusdale (from Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot), 7.0U, 8.30, 10.10 a.m., 12.09
in., 2.17, fi.10 p. in.
For Carboudale and Intermediate stations.
6.40, 7 00, 8.30, 10.10 a. m., 12.00 m., 2. 17. 8.26,11
8 20 and V 35 p. in.; from Bridge btreet Depot,
a. m., 2.17and 11 c6 p. m.
Fnut express to Albany, Saratota, the Aal
rondnck Mountains, Boston and New England
points. 6.40 a. in., arriving at Albany 12.46.
Saratoga 2.20 p. in. .anil leaving Scranton at 2.17
p. in., arriving at Albany at 8.60 p. m., bora
tcKH. 12.55 a. m , and B .ston, 7.00 a. m.
'1 no only direct route between the coal fields
and Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Rout
of America" to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lukes George and Cbauiplain, Montreal,
Time tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Liala
ware and Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware aud Hudson ticket ofllces.
II. O. YOUNG, J. W. BUKDICK,
Second Vice President. Gen. Pass. Agt
MAY li. im.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia ant
New York via. D. & II. R R. at It a.m., UIO,
2.8H and 11.35 p. ra. via D, L. 4 W. R. R., i.W,
b.08. H.!W a. in., and l.Uu p. m.
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wilkss
Barre via D.. L. & W. H. K., 8.00, 103, H al
a. m., 1.80. a50. ,07. 8.1O p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Hatloton,
Pottsville and all points on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via E.4W.
V.. G 40 n.m., via 1). & H, R. R. at 8 a.m., 12.10,
4 10 p.m , via D., L. & W. B. B, S.00, t.Uj,
11.0 a.m.. l.M. l.iOp.m.
Leave Bcranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Uarrixburg and all intermsdlate
poinU via D. & H. R. R., Ba m .12.10, 2.3b, ll.U
p.m., via D., L. Ss W. R. K,t .OO.b.08, 11.80 a.
Leaye Scranton forTankhannock, Towand
Elmira, Ithaca, Geneva and all lntermediite
points via D. & II. R.R.u7 a.m., U10 and 11.31
p. in., via D. L. & W. R. R.. 8 0s .mM1.80p. ra.
Leave Scranton for Rochester. Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all points
west viaD. & H. It. R., 8.07 a.m..l2.10,e.l5.11.l
p. m . via I). L. & W. R, R. and Pituton
Junction, s.08 a.m., 1J0, 8 o0 p. m., Tie E. A W.
H R.. 3.41 p. m.
For Kim ra and ths west via Salamwet. vU
D. A H. K. It V.07 a.m., Iil0.ti.16 p. m., via D,
L. & W. H. K., .B 08 a.m., l.W and B.97 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping orL. V. chair
cars ou all trains between LIB. Junotioa or
Wllkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
KOLL1N H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt East Dlv.
CHAS. 8. LKE. Gen. Pass. Ag t, Phlla.Pi.
A.W.NONNEMACHER.Ass't aan.Pasa. Ag'k,
South Bethlehem. Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for Now York and all points East. 1.40, K.50,
5.1. S OU and 9.6;i a. m. ; 12 56 and 8.50 p. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 5.15, 8.00 and 9.53 a. m.; U&l
aud 3.50 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 3.55 p. ra,
Tobyhanna aocommoUation, t) 10 p. m.
Exp'r as for Binshamton, Oswego, Elmlre.
Corning. Batb. Dansville, Mount llorris and
Buffalo, 12.10. 215 a. in. aud 1 24 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all point) In the
West, Northwest and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, U a. m.
Binghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m,
Xicnolion accommodation, ill p. m anf
6 10 p. m.
' Binghamton and Elmira Express, 8 05 p, m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego.
Ctica and Richfield Springs, 2.15 a. m. and La
P'ltliaca. 115 and Bath 9a. m, and 154 p. m.
Plvmoutb, Bloomaborg and Danville, making
el so connections at Northumberland for
Williainsport, Harnsburg, Baltimore, Waaa.
lngton and the South.
Northumberloud nd Intermediate stations,
6.00. V.M a. m. and l.a and 6.07 p. m.
Nanticogo ana intermediate stations, .ue
aud 11.91 a. m Plymouth and Intermediate
stations, 8.50 and 8.5'i p. m. .
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
'Yordt'v'lod'information, pocket tlmsUbles,
etc , apply to M. L. Smith, city ttck.tofflca.
Sis'La'kawannaaveuue. or depot ticket office.
XTEW YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERS
l RAILWAY CO.
TIME TABLE IN VFECT SUNDAY. Jl'NS 2.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondale at
8.30, 1(1.55 a.m. and in p.m.
For Hancock Junction, 10.55 a.m. and 8 10
Trains leavo Hancock Junction for t cran
ton. tia.m. and 2 05 pm.
Trains leave Carbondale for Scranton at
7 21 a m. and 8.1U, 5.34 p.m.
St'UATlN , I VISION,
la I'llfct Jnne Sltb, 1SI.
20 204 208
n si 5
SfiSa.8 (Trains Bally, Kx- 2 &lj fi
r5 cept Sunday.) f g
, N. Y. Franklin St. .,
. West 42nd street .,
I 7 00
8 2! 1 15i ....
HlOl 1 0W ....
7 5;ISM1 ....
7 61 12 Irt ....
7 4M2 40A u
Uaucock Junction! 8 001 II i5. ....
ore a ii
6181 n ,
eu til ....
6 8 2, S 41 p li
84 I 2M 4 W
8 45! 2 68 4 5S
fl 0.1 1 8(6 6 05
7 is is sr.'io ioi
7 S.').I2 ikIiooi
7 22 12(i,1 9 Mil
7 10 II2.M' U A
7 0M1 4U un;
C 01 1 11 illl 9 15'
T 111 8 IB 1 18
7 Ml I84 (ti
72713 m til
fll 4Si ....IIIIO
0 41111 23 9 01
7 81 8 45 5
B1WI1 19i 8 57
6 Mini 15! 8 54
8 29:11 11 8 50
0 2MI 07' 844
0 21 II 0.11 8 41
a u'u mil 8 80
8 Ooj 4 lil 8 1
81 14 17 6 la
ti ia'dM.7, 8 ss
o iOio:5i s
8 0S 4U"8W
A M r at
P II 'A MA M
All trains run dully except Sunday.
f. slgnlhcs that trains stop on signal tor pis
8l"ecure rates via Ontario Western before
purchasing tickets add save money. Day sh4)
NlUgt Ki press to tho West.
J. C. Anderson, Geo. Pass, Agt.
X. Flltcroft, Dlv. Pass, Agt. Scranton, Ps,
740 8 61 151
f 1a1 a' iff haa
1 rwi 4 lal in