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THE SCKAttTON Tlf IB tJ is MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1G, 1894.
Tli first veelc of July stows, says
the Stockholder, that shipments of an
thracite oonl were materially restrict
ed compared with the Inst week of
Jnn. wbeu the output aggregated 1,
872,794 tons, an iucrease over th cor
reipomling week Inst year of "US, SOD
tons. For the week ndl July 7 snip
ments were only C27.0D9. a decrease
compared with the preceding week
(ended June 30) of over CO pur cent.,
tr. in round figures, a decrease of 743,
003 tons. In the latter week ship
ments from the Wyoming region ag
gregated 706 274 tons; last week they
were only 885, 620 tons. The decrease
in shipment from the Ltiigli region
was from 189 024 to 103,401. and from
th Schuylkill region from 418, 4S6 to
183.718 tons. Compared with the
tittures for the sume wees last year
shipments for the week endeJ July 7
decreased 22.891 tons, the Lehigh and
Schuylkill regions both showing de
creases, while the Wyoming region
increased its shipments 44 130 The
decrease for the year to July 7 was
2,008 584 tons. Tlie figures, as jriven
nut by the Anthracite Bureau of Sta
tistics, are as follows:
m. isi. nif-
Kcgious. Tons. Tons, frn'ce
Wyoming ife.VCI) 811. ;;M Inc 41.1H9
Lehigh li4(ll llti.'.Wi Dec 2.4HS
Schuylkill 1:11,718 llW,2.i0 Doo 01,502
KUftiO Di'C 22,8111
Total for year
to date 19.7C0.W1 21.70S,O48 Deca.O0S.581
According to a Mount Carmel au
thority the Lehigh Vulley people' an
thracite tonnage from the Malioncr
and Pottsville regions has been reduced
the Inst few months. They lost the
tonnage of trie Park colliery No. 2,
owing to the destruction of that
breaker by fire, This colliery's daily
output run up close to 1,500 tons. The
Glmbnrn eolllery, ownoil by the L
high Valley Coal company, bus been
gradually decreasing its nutpnt, the
mines, it is said, being about worked
out. The lower levels are flooded with
water. The Primrose colliery, which
thy recently purchased at public sale,
i not in a position to do aiuc'n, until
extensive improvements are made in
side and out. Park colliery No, 5, one
of the largest shippers, bus been idle
for some time ou account of tire in No.
1 Packer mine workings, which is part
of this colliery The other Packer
collieries of the company and the Yors
Farm colliery have all been very much
affected by the recent floods and their
outputs materially decreased.
This is a Philadelphia Inquirer im
pression: "After experiencing a tre
mendous boom during Juno, when the
output was considerably in excess of
the greatest amount previously re
corded, mainly on account of the strike
in the soft coal ri'gious, the anthracite
trade Is again Hut, with no ehauce of
immediate betterment, according to T.
H. Watkins, of Scrauton, who was at
the Stratford last night. Mr. Watkins
is a member of the great coal produc
ing firm of Simpson & Watkins, which
operates several of the largest collieries
in the Wyoming and Lackawnnna
valleys. The western railroad stiikes
havH prevented shipments of coal to
Chicaxo, and the effect is being felt at
the mines, he said; but so far no signs
of a coining strike bad been noted in
the coal fiolda."
For the past four months an arrange
mint has been In force on the Central
R. R. of New Jersey, whereby all the
enulucers were enabled to make fair
time. On account of the general de
press ion in the industrial world, nnd
H e increase in the size of the trains
hauled over the road, there were more
crews than were necessary. In conse
qiince some of the engineers aud
trainmen made poor time. Acting in
tnat spirit of fairness which is charac-t.-ritlo
of the Central company, the
officials, says the Wilkes-liarrn Record,
arranged to have a division of time.
The passenger train engineers were
(liven four days a week, and the re
maining two days extra passenger and
freight engineer ran their trains. Iu
turn, the coal engineer) took the places
of the extra passenger and freight
uien. This system worked smoothly,
nlthougU soino of the passenger
men found fault. The latter,
however, wer in n position
to make from $90 to (120 per month,
and therefore had no good reason to
complain. Recently the passenger en
gineers petitioned the company for full
time. After considerable delay, their
petition was granted to a certain ex
tent. A readjustment wag made by
the officials whereby each passenger
engiueer will be able to make an aver
age of 150 miles per day. In order
that this may be pnt in force, some en
gineer will lay off two days and oth
ers one day a week. This arrangement
is entirely satisfactory to the passen
ger men, but the other engineer are
not so woll pleased. In the end, how
ever, the officials believe that all of the
employes will be satisfied. The pas
senger engineers reoeive 3 cents a
mile, and running an average of 150
miles a dav, their wages will not fall
below $120 per month.
Minor Industrial Notes:
It requires 1,035 locomotives to do the
misinees or tne isrie road proper.
Two months ago the Pullman company
declared a $800,000 quarterly dividend.
The Erie railway is running an unusually
largo numoer or. excursion trams tins sunt
The Louisville car wheel works bave
snut down until the strike troubles are
The Pennsylvania lines have bad no
strive oi any importance in the last sevon
Owing to the strike troubles the Vandalia
has laid off a number of men In the various
The Reading company has added 1,000
hands to Its PottBVille shops, and they op-
The BlgFonr lines proper in Jnne earned
$1,008,203. a decrease as compared with
Jnne, 1893, of $199,200.
The Illinois Central places its loss in
earnings since the strike at Chicago was
inaugurates at ov,uuu a any.
The American line hat met the White
Star lino's out on steerage passenger rates
to Europe. It charges $15 lor a retnrn
The cost to the United States of patting
oown vu raitroao. ino iu vue west is est
mated by government officials at fully $1,.
The superintendent of motive power of
the New York Central has issued an order
forbidding the manning of, engines with
father and son.
Senator Davis, of Minnesota, has intro
duced a bill, making sleeping and dining
cars snoject to tne provisions oi or, tne in
terstate commerce act.
John Miller, a farmer residing near
Tamaqna. has been prospecting for min
eral ou bis farm for a number of years aud
has at last struck a vein of mineral, which
py an appearances Is golu.
. - Hereafter loaded Reading cars that are
condemned must be immediately dumped.
The company claim a big loss by having
cars laden with condemned coal standing
iu sidings for a lengthy period.
Another enforced economy of railroads
for the remainder of tho utr will be iu
outlay for maintenance of way. Many
roads will nracticnllv abolish this depart
ment for the rest of the year. This saving
will be a body blow to material and sup
Cuyle' Bros, have received from Coxe
Bros. & Co. tbo contract to open up an
other large stripping nt Buck Mountrain.
It is proposed to hoist the coal on a four
trucked plane and trauaport it to Eckley
breaker on trolley cars. About u'.K) meu
will be employed.
Through car service over the Lehigh
Valley, via the Grand Trnnk and tho Chi
cago and Uniud Trunk, liiu been resumed,
and tickets are now sold to points ou the
latter west of Port Huron mid iu a few
days the Lohigh Valley expects to be able
to sill tickets to any point in tho West.
Au electric coal mining plant has been
established at lioicotirt, Kan., iu the col
liery of the Bradley -Vernon Coal company,
l wo electrically operated coal cutters are
at prestwt employed, each machine having
a capacity to undercut 30 inches of coal
4ai lineal feet in a day. Current is sup
plied to the motors ou too coal cotters by
an eighty-five horse-power 220-volt genera
tor, which is of sufficient capacity to oper
ate four cutting machines of the size in
uso. The plant has thus far givon very
Colonel Dick, president of the Pittsburg.
Sheuaugo and Lake Erie railroad, is said
to contemtilate tho establishment of a liue
of barges from Conneaut harbor to Port
Dover on the Canadian side. The cars
tiro to he run outo barges aud run off on
tne otner side without anv additions
handling. This cheap and rapid communi
cation with Canada will give Pittsburg
coal eutrance upon a territory now
reached only by rail and will extend her
market to a very considerable exteut. Iu
addition to this haulage Colonel Dick ex
pects to get a share of tho lake trade wheu
the docks at Conneaut huve been con
structed. Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and Unit there was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her and she Bays
it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggors, 130
Florida St., San Francisco, Buffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything else then
nought one bottlo of Dr. King's Now Dis
covery and iu two weeks was cured. He
is naturally thankful. It is such results
of which theso are examples, that prove
the wonderful efficacy of this medicine iu
Coughs aud ;Colds. Free trial' hottlo at
Matthews Bros,, Drug btorij. Regular size
60c. and $1.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
Stocks and Bonds.
New York. July 14. The fact that rail
road affairs at tho west are gradually net
tling down to a normal condition is excit
ing a good effect on the SStcck exchange
and a further improvenifiit iu prices was
recorded this morning. Iu the general list
tho improvement in the railroad lsnc wns
not v-ry widely marked and ranged from
to per cent. Somo traders are of the
opinion that the railroads will now be
aula to re-orguuiza tlioir pay rolls bo
ns to offset tho recent losses in
short order. Among tho industrials Chi
cago Una and Sugar were the specuial
cards, the former rising to TTJi, whilo the
Intter sold up to within a fraction of par.
The street still inclines to the beliof that
the refining interest will get the protective
duty called for in tho seuate sugar sched
ule. Distillers recovered to UK by pur
chases uy brokers genorally nctiug for in-
Hlclers. Speculation leit olt steady in tone.
Net change) how gains of yt to 1 per cent,
outside of Pullman and Lackawanna,
which gained H aud 2-V respectively. St.
1'iuil lost i per cent. Sales amounted to
Tiiu following complete table snowing tbe
day's fluctuations in active stocks is supplied
aud revised dally by LaUar & tfull.r, stock
brokers, 121 Wyoming avenue:
ing. Am. Cot. Oil
Am Sugar V
A.T.S. F 0!4
Ceo. N. J
Chic N. W lUMfj
V.. B. i 7.VA
Ohio. Gas '.'i'-a
c, c. c. ft m. L.... m'u
Col., Hock.Val. AT
D. All KH
1)., L. & W 1'4
D.AO. F 4
(. e. Co :;
Lake Shore Y
I: N 45$
ltls. Pac t:ii:4
Nat. Lead oJ.jj
S. f. & N. E
N. V. Central UTMi
N. Y O. & W
N. Y S. A W W
V. S. ('. Co IS!'.
North Pac. pf , 14'H
Roclt Island 7!.
St. I'miI 6!'
T., C. & 1 1
Texas & Pac
Western I'ldou Mj
1j, K lin
V. &h.E.pt t$l
Hk'h- Loir Clos
est, esc lug.
W4 uiw W
&!4 Vi !4
lu! nVijg i6j
VM 7ft 75
ml ;t 77
a tiii-y uti?4
i:iu" vwl vm"
114 litl'-t 1 1 .it
l-ili ill's iHi,
il7 X7!4 il7
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ti'tt iv U7
uvt ii uv4
'.-JKj sr.' :s'-4
Hi; v-i x
111, lilt, n.
iili Mil 'M'i
(i7-;ii B71ji 07 14
lini ri'.r-n K'4
W 1Mb W
Chicasio Grain and Provisions.
Sen akton, July If The following quota
tions are supplioa aod corrontod daily by L-a-Bar
& Fuller, stock brukoru.Ul Wyoiuinu ave
nue. WHEAT. Jul. Bert. Doc,
Oponlim M'.S fSWi HI
iiiKhost Mi r,siji m
Lowest tA?4 !: W4
Closing mt, 0T;4 liO?4
Otjeuing i-H KM
Highest 4'i KM ....
Lowest --l(i I- ....
Closing K ....
Opening .1"it Stitfi
Highest Il-'iti "4
Lowest Xt W,i
Closinir ,, H'J
Higliost Ul't 12W ....
Lowest 124."i liM ....
Closing 11MJ las ....
Opening (75 m ....
Hllfhest 67' 6S0
Lowest 1173 (Ml ....
Closing 075 ISO ....
Opening f .10 I'M ....
iliirliest 101 Tj.l
Lowest 1,10 (Al
Closing lifto 15.1 ....
New York Produce Market.
New York, July 14, Flour Quiet,
Wheat Dull, e. lower, closinir firm;
No. ii red store hud elevator. 68Ja9c. ;
afloat, Ca'aoliCi f. o. b., 69 aOOo, : un
graded red, 60atl0c; No. 1 nortin-rn, 67Ja
U7JtC; options dull and weak; No. 2, rd,
July, C8c.i August, Cyc.; September,
60c; December, 6iHc.
conn Dull, firm; No. 2,478e. elevator;
48c. afloat; options wore dull, easier;
July, 47c; August, 7j'c.; September,
Oats Dull, steady: optlonp, dull, easier;
July, 43c. : August, t4c. ; September, 3:ic.
Spot jiriceB, No. 3, 61Jc; No. 2 white,
.MXc-t No. 8 Chicago, 6iic.: No. 8, 60c;
No. 3 white, 60o.; mixod western. B3a53o.;
white do., 52a53cc; white state, bM'Jc
Beef Quiet, iirm.
Tikuced Bkkf Inactive.
Cut Mbats-DuII, steady.
Lard Quiot, weaker; western, $7.25;
city, (c; July, $7.20; September, $7.20;
ret! ned, quiet; continent, $7.65; South
America, $7. 8.1; compound, CaOJic
Pork Dull, firm.
Butter Duil easy! state dairy, 12al7c;
do. creamery, 141al8c, ; Pennsylvania,
do., 14nl8o.; western dairy, 10al4c.; do.
creamery, 14al8o.j factory, 9a 14c; Klgius,
18c; imitatiou creamery, 12al5c.
Chkkbk Quiet, firm.
Euus Quiet, unchanged; state andPenn
sylvania, i2a 13c; western fresh, llal2a;
do. per case, $1h2.60.
Curb for Cuoup. Use Dr. Thomas' Ec
lectrlc Oil according to directions. It is
the heBt remedy for nil (.udden attacks of
eold, pain aud iiillammHtion, and in
juries. . i- .
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic suhstance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishuess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething trouhles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of Its
good effect upon their children."
Dtt. O. C. Osoood,
" Castoria Is tho host remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers will consider tho roul
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of thevariou8cuacknostramswhieliare
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sanding
them to premature graves."
Dr. J. F. KiNcnELOE,
The Centaur Company, 77
rniurvLY Ain, rurL kuui
in Rlnnii Pnicnn
1 1 1 UIUOU I UIUUII
P. P. P. purlflos tlio blood, bnlldstip
tho weaic and dobllitaied, Rives
AtrMnirlli tn Wi.iihnTiMil nt.FVAi. OTnl4
t9 ' dineusoB.glvliiK the patient health and
g-fa . happiness whwre tidiness. nUxuny
loeUncs and iabsitndo llrst prevailed.
jVjfr i FcrpriDmry. secondary and tertiary
eyphllis, tor blood poluonina. morcu
' rial poUon, ninlaria, dyspepslft, aad
lirfci in all blood and akin diseases, like
JT" blotehcs, pimiilos, old chronic ulcers,
ffiS"- tetter, scald head, bollo, oryslpolas,
ra eczema-wo may say, without tear of
f- contradlction.tl.at P. P. P. isthehesU
blood purlllnr Iu tlio world, and makes
. positive, spoody and iiormanent cures
in an cases.
Ladies whoso systems aro poisoned
and whoso bloodls in an Impure coinll
tlon, duetomenstrucl lrroi;ularliius,
nro peculiarly benellted by tho won
derful tonio and blood cloansliiK prop
enleaof P. P. P. -Prickly Aah, Poke
Koot nnd Potassium.
BpniKfinttLD, Mo., Amr, 11th, lw:j.
I can ienk In the hlKhent terms of
your medicine from my own personal
kr.owledivo. I wuh atTected with heart
disease, plenrluy and rheumatism for
3i yours, was treated by the very bout
Jihviilclansana spent hundreds of dol
nr', tried every known remedy with
out ilndiin; relic'. I have ouiy taken
ono boitlo of your P. P. P., and can
choerfully say It has dono me moro
food than anything I have ovortahon.
em recommend your modicino toad
BUfioror of the above dlion-iei.
y.Wi. M. M. YUARY.
Bpr Jgtleld, Urcun County, Mo.
3 m m i
455 Vp Sp? Mil
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Nervous mm-ant-H, fuliliiff Mf-movy,
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to tUiriiiikuiiorsraim. ond fjnlt'kly but nurt ly rnturoi
I.ot Mmilinfiil in old or youiih'. Kfiwily carried iu vest
pocket. IMrafl.OO aiMcknittt. Rlx for o.Mr with o
wrltlt'H aitnrntitpp t a ruro or motioy rorundetl. Don't
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INnAi.fii will cure you. h
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or II A V FVKIi. ITnrdi
rcniedr. nonvi'nlpnt. .r,-
tn pnclf8t,rMflT to oo llrt ImJIcnlion of cnUI.
4'nntlnned Vto KOlpcU IVrmnnrnl On re.
SO dm. Trial frnn nt pninBlmg. Kculatared null.
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MENTHOL T,f0."urS!'t nnd ,,frt nmfAf for
niL.11 I IIUL Bllkmdliieinm,K(:loni,llU.Hllt
BhmmjiM Soros, lliinn, cnu. Wanderral rum
eilrforPILKN. Price, CS ill. it Driix- o 111 to
gutjorbynmll prrpnlil. Aclilrmn i boTe. DHL ft
For sill by Muttliem llro. unil John
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ANVTHINQ IN THC LINE OF BOOKBIMOIND.
Eroomcd t Tt HioHtrr Medical AirrHowrftri
S MEimtOL 1 NHAlDi
" Castoria is so well adnptcd tochildren that
I recommend it assuperiortoany prescription
known to me."
II. A. Ancnsn, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians iu tho children's depart
ment bave spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only bavo among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet wo are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look witt
favor upon it."
United Hospital amo Dispensary,
Allen C Smith, Prei.,
Murray Street, Now York City.
and Old Sores
and Kidney Troubles
Are entirely reuiot et by P.P.P.
Tlnlrlv A.li. Pnlrft nnnt ftnd Potas-
elum, the gruaiost blood purlfler on
Aberdcts, O. . July 21, 1S91.
TiEsans. Lipi'Man Buos., Havannao.
Ga. : Dkak Sirs 1 boinrht a bottle of
your P. P. P. at Hot HprtiiKS, Ark..and
It lias dono me moro atioil than tbroo
months' treatment ut the HolHprlngs.
Hond three bittles C. o. U.
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. J. D. Johnston.
To all vhom it muy conrernt I here
bv testify to tho wo'nderl properties
vi P. P. P. for eruptions ot the skin. I
eufforod for several years with an nn
fdphtly and dhatrreoublo eruption on
my face. I tried very known remo
dy but in vain, until P. P. P. was used,
and am now entirely onred.
(blgnodby) J. 1. JOHNSTON,
Skin Cancer Cured.
Tetttmony from the Mayor o Seqvln.Tez,
8EQIHH, trz., January n, vrjj. Jrn
Mkhhi.s. LiepMAN Hhos.. Savannah,
P. P. for a disease of the akin, usually JZ
known as skin canoor.or tnirty years'
standing, and found great relief; IC
purillea tho blood aud removes all Ir
ritation from tho seat of the disease
and prevents any aoreadina of tho
gores. I have taken flveor sli bottles
nnd feel conUdent that unothor course
will oneccaeure. ir. nas aihoroneveu
mo from Indigestion and stouactl
vrouuiea. nountrniv, .
CAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attorney at Law.
UoCi) muiiiiU iibu.
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Llppman's Block,SaTnuah, CIS
15th, 1894, to consumers of
Bank of Scranton.
Tlita bank offers to donosttors evrry
woiiy wnrraiiivo ny iiibiv UHiancs, Dust
n.aa .hi! .Miti....lhlll(
bpscla,! mltunllon ul"n to buslnsss
WIL7.IASICONNKM I'rstMcnt. '
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WILLIAM B. l'KCK, Cushion
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Alfred Hsiul. J tines Archbald, llonry
Iinlln, Jr., WlllUui T. kvitlv Lntliar
ID 20 tsflUdtjn bf J-
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at Mimrrhil, Our MnKk) Remedy will
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1)U.U L. l'HEY, I'ractine Uiuitoit to DIs.
of the Eye, Ear, Noso aud Throat;
office, La Wyouiiunav Ucsidouoe, W Vlue
1)KV.L.,M- OArl-S. lie WaahliiKton Aveuuo.
XJ OlUce hours, e to a.m., l.iiu to a aud 7
JPi'lJ'l'luncoaifl Sladlson avt nua
L. WENjfzTMru.7 VttumKUTi
" (.ommonwuultU bulldinir; rosidunoe 711
Madison aves otllce hours. 1 5 to 12, li to 4, 1 to
' oundaye 2.3U to 4. evuniritm at residonoe. A
perinity mado of difnnsi-s of tho eye, ear, noen
and throat and Kynoeoloiry,
JM. C. HAKCK'M Law and Collwtlon of
. Uco, No. 817 Bnruce t..
Ifouae. Bcrnnton, I'a.j colkctionsa spoclalty
throuKhout PcniiKylvanliu reliable corresuouir
1 1iSUl'! IliAl U. Attornoys and Counsel.
WashlniitoB uv W. H. Jkkhdp.
lIOHAt'E E. llAHa
W. II. Jkshup, Jiu
W1LLAKD, WAKRKN St KNAPP, Attor
IIOVS nild CnnnRMlnr. .f I.IIV IVnnnl.liun
'Uililiinr, Wanhinirton av.. ticranton. Pa.
UAWEKSON & WILCOX. Attorney and
A Counsellors at Law: uIIh.u. 11 and h i.ihrrv
bulldiiuj, bvi anton, Pa.
KDHWKLL H. rATTirtso
tl.l.IA.M A. WILCOX.
LKHKU HAND, WILLIAM. I. HAND, At
. torimva m.H rMinuAiii.M fv... 1.1.
lildiiijf. liimms 10. a) aad ti.
'"'"B, Attorney at-I.aw.Nos.lU and
20, Hnrr tin ildiny, Wnnliin k't"ll avennu
E?U,y M- fiKKI'Y Law ollices in Price
buildlnir, ISO WashliiKton avenuo.
"ANK T. OKr.LL, Attorney n'tUw. Kooin
MILTON W. I.OWKY. 1 Altv tt-r w.uh,..
H. VON KTOKCH. Urn iy.. C. H. siuare
AllliS W. OAKI'OHD. Attm.i i
2!!",L?';!!!t! J;,2ninouwealth b'l'u.
'AMULL W. EDHaK. Attorney urXaivT
mil' e, 317 Spruce st., ricranUin. Pa.
A. WATKES, Attorney at Law, Vi
J. Lackawanna ano.. Srrnntnn. Pa.
) P. SMITH. rnmitfi.lle at lB.7
rooms M, up, m C'oinmnnwealtli bullillnir
K. P1TCHKH lli.., ..1....
. nionwnaitn J)iiilainir. Scnmton, Pa.
V. COMEOYS. iUI Snrurost.
11. HlOl l.rilll k' ... .
. tiated on realestate sccurity.40s Spruce.
l K1LLAM. Attnriii.v.uK!ur l-.i Wu.
ominif avenue. Hrrnnton.
(JCHOOL OP THE LACKAWANNA, Scnin
k- iuii, i-a., itreriurin uoys aim gins lorcoiiuir
or business: thoroughly trains youuk children
CatuloKue at roquost.
ItKV. TnOMAe II. UAN.t
Walteii H. Uitei.u
MISS WOnCESTEU'S KINDEItUAKTEN
recnircd nt all tltnM. X'e.f tflrin will r 11
lil-.NI IS'I .
iATM. A. TAFT. U.D.sT 1114 North"' Wasii
' iimton Ave. Specialty in Porcoluir.
itestoialions. crown and Hntl; Work.
1 V. LAUBACU, burgeon Dentist, No, 11
vv . Wyomini; ave.
K M. STKATToy. nfflro (,! Eyetmn"
'PUEREPUHLIO SaviiiRs aud Loan Ass-.,
X ciatiou will loan von m nioy on easier ten:,
and pay yon better on iuvoatinent than un
other assocL'itiou. Call on S. N. CALLE.N
1'KH. fiinie It'ink hui'iliiuf
CJ. K. CLARK & CO., Seedsmen, Florist
and Kuri-eryinen; store 140 Washintfto:
avenue; iireen hnuse.lJOO North Main avenue
store telephon Th'J
OKANU UNION TEA CO.. Jnne Bn.
YVIItE SI HKI-NS.
TOS. KCETTEL, M Lackawanna aven'.i'
Srraiitim. I'a . nianiiC r of Wire Screen.
HOIKl.S AM) KESTAI'RANT.
'IH1E WESTi'.lNSTEK, 2l7-2a Wyounn
A avo. Iloonts heated with steam: all inn
ern improver.ieutH. C. Ji. Tki man, Prop
'PHE ELK CAFE, la and 127 Franklin nv
L nue. Hatts reasonable.
P. V'll.i.l.l'.ll, Proprietor
r'Lsi'JiloTE! HOI el!
W. . SCUENCK, Manager,
bixteenth street, one block east of Broadwaj
nt. I'tiinn Kiii..i. K..u V....ir
American plan, j:iolipr day and upward
'UKivi, nuusb, European nlan: 'coo
rooms. Open day and night, liar ' em.
1 u-ith tlta Iw.ut
plied with the
P. TT COYN'K. rrnprletnr.
4JCRANTON HOUSE, near D.. L. & W. pa
O lentfer depot Conducted on the Europe 1
plan. VicTcm KncH. Proprietor.
VkaND CENTRAL. The iurnDst and b
VI cnuitinel hotol iu Alluutown, Pa,; rau
t- and iM per day.
Vinoit D. Barnfh, Trcprlotor.
TAVisAlIOUPT, AiTlntiKoon'is 21
!?!".! J Commonwealth b'lil'sr. Kerantov,
? L. WAL'i'EK, Areiiitcct, LibraryTmiiU
J. ine, Wvominit avemi". Seriinton.
I? L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Trie.
I . buildinir.lUil V ashinston Ave.,Srranton.
BA U K R; S ( iliCH EST R A-MUSlO Foil
balls, picnics, parties, receptious, wed
dines and oonrnrt work furnished. For tortus
addross R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulbert's music storo.
HORTON D. SWAUTS-WHOLESALE
lumber, Trice bniluinir, Scranton, Pa.
LUARUEE " 11ROTI1F.KS, " PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 1J0 Washington ave., Scranton,
ORSEH AND CARRIAGES FOR SALE
at 1WJ Capons) evonun.
D. L.FOOTE, Agent
I -"RANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
I sale di'alers in Woodwaro, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 7-.-0 V7. Lackawanna avenue.
lZHA FINN & SONS, buiwTrs'ami routracT
tors. Yards: Comer Ullve st. und Adams
avo. ; corner Ash st and Penn ave., Scranton.
The GESTCJIXE New Ilavea
Kow York Warcroomg No. 80
E. C. BICKER & CO.,
Bole dealers In this section.
OrriCK-ia Adams Aye.. Telophone B'l'd'ii
Eoreka Lanndrj Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ava.
COUBT HOUSE SljUAIIB.
All kinds of Laundry work gnnrantesl
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
ECKANTON AND W1LKES BARRE, PA. 1IANUFACT0REB8 0
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office. SCRANTON, PA.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 20, 1894.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston, Wilkes,
lurre, otc, at 8.U0, D.lii, 11.30 a. m., 12.60, 100,
'B J?.1' l '?- 11'ui P- undaya, .U0 a. in.,
00, 2.L), 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic Citv. S.ffll a. m.
Kor New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.21
PXTim&Bl a tn 1' XT! .-n. i
parlor car), S.W (cxprots) p. m. Bunday, U.1S
I' on Mauhi Chunk, Ali.entown, Bbtrlx
em, Eahtok and Piiiladei.fiiia, 8.mj a. m..
LM. 3.M , 6.00 (except Philadelphia) p. in.
unday, 2.15 p. m.
For Lonq lliiAHcii, Ocean Ghove, eta, at
M (with through car) a. m., liWp. m.
For Ttumlmo 1 -...1 u 1..,
Allentowu, b.a) a. in., lijo, 5.00, p.m. Buuday,
For Pottsville, S.'JO a. m.. 12.50 p. m.
Heturniuir. Wave Now Vork. foot of Liberty
Irei t, North river, at 1110 (express) a. m.,
in, 1.U0, 4.;tn (express with Butloi parlor car)
. in. Bunday, 4.) a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Keadini? Terminal, 9.09
. m 2.00 and 4 ) p. m. Sunday, B.U7 a. m.
....uu,u.,v.0..,umi iJuuivB ui. lowest races
may lie hud on application in advance to the
11. P. BALDWIN,
J. H. OLHAUSEX,
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May 29, 1692,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
Station. Scranton, for Pitts-
. l'lll I . n ...t
B B Jjlt'W. la. iu., 12.10.
O " 1,25. 2.0D, 4.10, 8.U 8.15, 0.1J
t r and 1I.U5 p. m.
At' For New York and Phila-
delnhia. 8 OUa. m.. 12.10. :l
2-38. 4.1(1 and 11.30 p. m.
For llonesdale(lroui Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot), 7 00, S.0U, 10.10 a.m., 12.00
ni., 2.17, 5. 10 p. 111.
For Carbondalo and intermediate stations,
5.40, 7.00. r.;)0, 10.10 a. m 12.00 in., 2. 17, 8.25,5.10,
0 .20 and 0 05 p. 111. ; from Bridge btreet Depot.
2.u:i a. in., 2.17and 11 ''! p. m.
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga, the Aal
rondack Mountains. Boston and New England
points, 5.1(1 a. m., arriving at Albany lili
Saratoita 2.31 p. in.. and waving scranton at
p. in., ai rivinu ut Albany ati.50 p. m., feara-
i'ira. iz.;wa. in , ana u ioii, v.uia. m.
Tlie onlv direct route between the coal fields
and Boston. "The Leading Tourist' Rout
of America" to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lakes George and Chauiplalu, Montreal,
Time tables sliowlnc 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.
11. U. YOUNG, J. W. BUR DICK,
Second Vice President. Ueu. Pass. Agt.
.MAV la, 1NSI4.
Train leaves Scrauton for Philadelphia and
New York via. D. & H. R H. at 8 a.m., 12.10,
2.3H and 11.85 p. m. via D., L. & W. R. B 0 00,
.itt,11.20a. m.,and l.m v- '"
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wilkes.
Barre via D.. L. & W. R. R., B.0U, a OH, U.WJ
a. in., 1.00. 0.511. b.07, 8. ill p. m.
Leave Scrauton for White Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsville and all points on the Beavsr
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via E. & W.
V'.. 6 40n.ru., v:a D. & H. R. R. at n a.m., 12.10,
i3H, 4.10 p.m., Tia D., L. & W. B. B., 6.00,8.08,
11.20 a.m., 1.U0, a50 p.m.
Leavo Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Keading, HarrisburK and all intermediate
points via D. & H. R. R., 8 a.m .12.10. 11.08, ll.Hi
p.m., via D., L. & W. K. R..0.00,b.08, 11.20 a.
Leave Scranton forTunkhannock, Towanis,
Klmiru, Ithaca, Genova and all intermedlite
points via D. & H. R.R.,0.07 a m., 12. 10 and 11.31
p. in., via D. L. & W. R H.. 8 01 a.m., 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo, Nl
iRara Falls, Detroit. Climairo and all poloU
vest viaD. & U. It. K. 11.07 a.m., 12.10,11. 15,11.85
ii. in., via D. L. & W. R. R. and Pittstoa
lunctlon, 80s a.m., 1.00, 8.50 p. m., via E. & W.
. H 0.41 n. m.
For Elinira and the west via Balamauei. via
. At H. H. R. B.07 a.m., IS.10,0.16 p. m., via D,
: W. R. a, ,8 08 a.m., 1.00 and 8.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and gleepiug or L. V. chair
ars on all trains between 1 & B. Junction ot
Vilkes-Barre and New York. Philadelphia,
'.uffalo and Snspen'ion Brldire.
iOLLIN H. WILBUR. Gen. Supt East Dlv.
CHAR S, LKE. Gen. Pas. Ag't, Phila.Pl.
VW.Nt)NNEMACUER,Ass't Oen.Pass. Ag't,
onth Bethlehem, Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scrauton aa follows: Express
ror Now York aud all points East. 1.40, &5Ck
1.15, 8.0U and V.ij a. m.; 12 65 and 8.50 p. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Philadelphia
utt the South, 5.1.1, 8.00 aud U.5j a. m.; Ubi
aul'i .50 p. m.
Wasliiuttton and way stations, 8.55 p. m.
Tobyhuuua accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Expr ss for BinKhamton, Osweeo, Elmlrs.
ornuiK, Bath. Dansvllle, Mount Morris and
iuffalo. 12.10, 215 a. m. and 1.24 p. m., making
lose connections at Butfalo to all points in tilt
.Vest. Northwest and Southwest
Bath accommodation, U a. m.
Binghamtou aud way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nicuol-on accommodation, at 4 p. m. ana
, in p. iu.
Binshamton and Elmira Express, 0 05 p, m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Osweitx
'..'tica and Richfield Springs, 2.15 a. m. and 1M
' HUnca. 215 and Bath V a. m. and 124 p. m.
'lyniouth, Blixiiusburg and Danville, making
luso connections at Northumberland fo
Williamsport Harrisburg, Baltimore. Wasln
.ugton and the South.
Northumberland sud intermedlata stations,
WW, 0.55 a. m. and 13u aud 6 07 pm.
Nantieoae ana intermediate stations, nus
,iud 11.20 a. in Plymouth and intermsoiaU
stations, 3.5Uand 8.0: p. m. ,
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on aU
express trains. , ui.
For detailod information, pocket time tables,
etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city 4at fflos,
Laiiawauna avenue, or depot UcketottliA
VEW -nRK. ONTARIO AND WESTERN
x RAILWAY CO.
T1MH TABLE IN 1 4TF.OT SUNDAY. JUNI 24.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondale at
8.00, 10.55a.in. and Olop.m.
F"or Hancock Junction, 10.55 a.m. and 6.19
Trains leave Hancock Junction for tcran
tan, 0 a.m. and 2 05 p m.
Trains leave Carbondale for Scranton at
7 24 a ui. and 3.1)1, 5.04 p in.
In Kll'rrt Jnne S24lh, 1801.
North Bound. Houih Hound,
goo" son ioi iiToij i sue
. I UlntlAna O M
a d O k v
8 p. . kA C
i(Trnlns Dally, $S g
I cept, Sunday.) r B a
N. X. Franklin St.i
West 4ud mrett
... 5 ll ...
...I TOO, ....
Arrive Leave a
8 20 1 Ifti .
8 10; 1 0!l ,
7 5'llliMl! .
7 ril:l2 4l)l .
'llaiiccck Junction 8(5jSi5i
6 0 an ....
0 ih 222 ....
6 251 2 31 ....
tl 81 2 41 P 11
6 4 a w 4 m
6 45, 2 58 4 55
6 55 S ( A 5 03
7 08 12 1MOIIII
7 W 1 2 1)8)
TlOfllBC 0 48;
7 0tiil 411 O.'ls;
651(11 HI 0 15'
III 58' 3 09 9 03
10 8 Ift 5 18
7l'4i 34 6 34
ro 4:1' !n ii
7 27 fH 381 5 37
fl 82.18 43f5 42
I W,l8 43
7 81 8 45
7 4rt I 51
7 43 8 94
0 41111 ' UIVli
6 as: 1 1 18 8 57
6 8!flll5; 8 54
6 2'J11 11; 8 50
7 48 8 5 5 ii
7M 4 04 6 04
7 941 4 07 16 07
7 00; 4 10: 6 10
8 mil 4 14 6 11
8 OS (4 17 6 16
0ftl 4 2U, 680
USM1 III I S'HI
6 2111 OV 8 41
0 10 II Ui! 8. 'Ill
14 11 00 8 3li
to ia:f hot 8 s
0 10 10 55 H M
r MA MA u
A M r MP M
All trains run dally except Bunday.
f. Hlf nlilcs that u ulna stop on signal tor pas.
i-ecure rales via Ontario Western before
purchasing tickets and Bave money. Day aod
J. C. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
T. Vlltcroft, Dlv. Pass, Agt. scrauton, Pa.