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TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1894.
. A better Inquiry for plt iron and
manufactured material bti produced
an improred feeling in the trade. Tlir
low condition to which bnaiueas was
brongUt ai a result of tbe coal itriltr
nd tbe wngag disturbance in tbe Pitts
burg district could not continue Ion tr,
and a recovery was certain as eoon uj
aggravation cHUaes were removed, The
reuction has not been Anything like
what is to be expectel in ordinary
time, but it is still satisfactory. It is no
ticeable tbnt many blast furnaces hare
not resumed operations, although noiv
insured of a steady supply of ooke. TV
uiotithly canvass of furnaces showj 107
iu b'.ust ou July 1 with a weekly capa
city of Sj.OjU tons, aitainst eipbtjr-elifjt
furnace wit'.i a weekly capacity of 07.
617 tons oa June 1. ntit stocks haw
r-Hcn reduced from C69.705 tons to 573,
B&iton. It is generally accepted t'.mi
the traile is taking wore iron tliats it
lining made, while furnaees out of
blast nre going iu very slowly, uml
ti:eee conditions have given some stim
ulus to the demand.
On Friday evening last the City cf
London Electrior tiighting company,
limited, cave a large banquet ut tl o
Caution street hotel, for the pnv;
of demonstrating the feasibility u'i 1
convenience cf cooking by eleetrici'v,
says "Indafctries and Iron." Befmv
the dinner commonce l tlie gaesti yh--
invited to bjo the apparatus at work,
aud Dad the opportunity of inspecting
the joinst, poultry, flili, ve?et.ili,
etc, frying and siumoring iri
the electric ovms aud s iucs p.-tis
A temporary kitchen hi bsen ' t
up cloaeto the dining room; thW vfi,
of court', perfectly easy to do, as there
were no flues to provide for the escape
of the products of combustion of co.il
and gas. Tbe influence of tlio near
proximity of the cooking apparatus win
telt in the hot state of tlio viands. In
stead of h ivinit to travel a loug dis
timce from a kitchen, either under
ground or on the highest story of the
building, arriving half cold, as Is toi
often the caso at public dinners, tbey
were brought direct from an ao
joining apartment, and were served
tielore they had commenced tc
cool. The cookiHg was in every way
escellent.and left nothing to be desired ;
itf. indeed, it should be when tlio heat
is under absolute control, and there are
no products of combustion to mingle
with the delicate lUvor of tiio comest
ibles. At the close of tbe dinner th
lord mayor an authority every one
will respoct declared thut it had been
in every way satisfactory. The chair
man, Sir David Solomons, espial nod
that there were 12!) guests, an I alxtv
unit j of electricity, costing exactly ill,
bad been used in cooking thedium-r.
This works out to 2 1. per head, or 2 1
per course, a truly insignifi
cant amount. While the company
charge 81. pr unit for current used foi
lighting, they charge only 41, for thai
employed for cooling and motive pow
er. Dr. Silvanui Thompson, in rp;y tu
the toast of "Success to the D.velop
inent of Electricity," recalled a former
electric dinner given iu 1741) by Deuj i
ruin Franklin on the banks of tu
Schuylkiil. The tarkay was killed by
no electric shock, and cook 'd by a fir.
kindled by an electric spirk, while va
rious electric experiments seem to have
served as entrees iu an intellectual
experiment which proceeded tbe din
ner. Tho certificate of incorporation of
th New York and Philadelphia Tril
lion company, capitalized at 10,000.
000, bus been filed with Secretary of
Slate K'liey, of New Jersey. With
the certificate were filed copies of the
maps, surveys, routes an 1 descriptions
of what may be the grsatsgt electric
railway system in the United States
In addition to tho custom try fees a de
posit of $25,000 was mads with Stat
Trensurer Swain in compliance with
the law. The maps show that this pro
jected system is a network of electric
roads between New York and P.iiln lol
puia connecting all the princip il cities,
towns and villages of the state and af
fording accommodations for travel and
traffic. The direct line commence
at Puterson, where connections will be
made with the electrical street railway
system of that city. Tiie entire system
will comprise about 150 miles of elec
tric railway, and it will take the travel
of fully 0,000,000 people. It is designed
not only to carry passengers, but to
transport farming truck, agricultural
implements and merchandise. The
New York end of the enterprise will be
built, operated aud managed by two
corporations the Central Jersay Trac
tion company, with a capital of $.100,
0U0 and headquarter ut No. 3 '.Vail
Mreet. New York, and the New York
and Philadelphia Traction ci mpui;y,
whose general offices will be at Tren
ton. This company is already incu
porated. The directors at uaid to
comprise some of the best known capi
talists nnd railroad men in New Jersey,
New York and Philadelphia. Messrs
iiagowun, J. II. Real I and J. II. L'ar
rau are the incorporators.
Minor Industrial Notes:
The Baltirosre and Ohio now has all its
shops open and is giving employment to
over 3, (H0 men.
One week ago Saturday Jones. Simpson
& Co.'s Ridge mine prepared 903 ca: a of
coal for market and hoisted 60S cars, thus
beating tbe mine's record.
The first half of 1804 the Pennsylvania
lines bandied 3,'!6S,809 tons less of coal
than in the corresponding six months of
lt)U3, and 458,797 tons less of coke.
The west bound tonnage over the Penn
sylvania lines has set in heavily, caused bv
the forwarding from Pittsburg all delayed
freights for Chicago and other western
Kickert's new washerv, which has been
Id course at erection at Tresckow for s-v
eral weeks past, will start up some day
during tbe comiug week. The machinery
is all in place. '
Tbe Vanderbilt roads bove devised a sys
tem whoreby passengers will be spared the
annoyance of showing their tickets at the
end of each division which 1b such a bore
to long distance travelers. It will go
partly into force on the 15th.
A Chicago dispatch says: "II. A. Bis
chuff, 63 years old. managor and editor of
the Black Diamond, a journal devoted to
the coal interests, committed suicide by
shooting himself through tho heart at his
office this afternoon. No cause is known."
A. H. Vaunacker, of Eckley, was on
Saturday promoted to tho position of gen
eral superintendent over all of Coxe Bros.
& Co.'s stores. The appointment takes ef
fect on Aug. 1, and is made to till the
vacancy creatod by the appointment of .
A. Oberrender as private secretary to
Hon. E. B. Coxa
Eyspepsla and Indignation
In tbeir worst forms are enred by the
use of P. P. P. If yon are debilitated and
run down, or If you need a tonio to regain
flesh and lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take P. P. P., aud you will be atrong and
bealtby. t or shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium) Is the king of all
medicines. P. p. I; is tbe greatest blood
purifier in the world. For sale by all
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL!
Etooks and Bond.
New Yomt July 10. Speculation at the
Stock exuhango was more active today aud
the undertone of the market was firmer.
Professional traders were active on the
bull side of the account and they forced
somo of tho cbrouic bears to cover rather
extensively in certain stocks, notably the
Grangers and American Sugar. Tho bulla
had iu their favor the gradual return of
the railroads to a normal condition and
rumors from Washington of probably early
action on tariff matters. American Sugar
was again the feature, selling up from 9J
to Wl. The strength of tbe stocK was
due to the impression that the company
will gut what it wants in the shape of
protection from the conference committee.
1'or the enrae reason Distillers fell from
23"4' to S'i'f, it beinii agreed that if the
Sunar retiuing duty is not reduced tho
listilllng interests will receive less thau
expected. Chicago Gas moved up to 77.
but later receded to 7(a7oH. Lead ami
the other Industrials were firm. The rail
ways were strougor on purchases fur bjtli
tho long nnd short accounts. St. Paul ad
vanced , Burlington 1, Missouri Pacific
"i, Louisville and Nashville Jf, New York
t'eutrnl l( nnd Northorn l'acitlo preferred
?. When Distillers fell to 2(IJ iu the last
hour Sugar receded )i, and tho general
railway list yielded fractionally. In the
final liealincB, however, the railroads were
tolerably firm. Total bales 174,000 sales.
The following eoinpioto table snowing the
i!sy' fluctuations in active stocks is supplied
sua revised Unity by LtUlur & Fuller, stock
brokers, iil Wyoming avenue:
Open- Hi.'h- Low Clot
iu;. est. est. lug.
Am. Cot. Oil
A m SiiL'ar. Ii7i .' W VA6 ltd
A.'i'.&S.J? as, &i 6v. 6!)9
('.!. , .1
I'hw & N. W IdVi 1U'? Hi", IU'iJs
y.B.Q 7a'H "'H '" i".
Chle. Gas ;t& 'H
I'., t'.C. & St. 1,
I'ol., Hock.Val. T
1). at H 1:11 1:11 liW VMi
I).. L. ftW Itil'M H'l'ij H'l'i K'fft
I). & C, F i::i, --"i M!i
Krlo 14' ll'O H'u HVii
(4. k. (!., :iti... ;r;.'4 nv 'Si
Lake Shore l:W IWl 1
I,. & N Hi's ''i H n'
Manhattan 1 ltl 11 IhV'i IM4
it ma. l'au '';l4 7W -'''.'! r!is
Nat. Lcail Wvl4 Jl'U i
li. Y. M. K
X. Y. Central V, !74 t7.'4 7'4
N'.Y.. O. &W li'i V'H l.'ils ''S
- Y S. Jis W
IJ. S. ('. Co il "-'s "I' t -IW
North Pa: !l's
N'urth I'ao. of IU:, IV 4 N'6 1'
Omaha 'M'?i liia "''In J-tt
UVadiUK 17ii I7 m
KtekMand " t' U W
!.T ll'a )'-" !':
;t. l'nni r,vi ti'.. W'u tnik
t., c. & 1 m, i-i iv,4
Texas 4' I'ao la N '' .
i ntoufai-liic H!a H'd "'a n's
WauaaU pf ilii, Hh ll'4 I')
Wcsfni i'uKjii MS4 M'i H'' .
W.,'.- L V, 1iH ln'4 H1V4
V. ic U E. pfd i-H 4.::'4
Chicasro Grain and Frovlstoni.
ScitAMow. July Iti Tho follotviuK (juota-
linr.s an Hup;)iiea lllhl u.irro.:tMi uuity uy u:
Uar iS; Kullor,strck brokers, 1-1 Wyouiu.' ave'
f. I L4
Scranton WhoUsala Market
SCRANTOX, Jllly IB. FitL'IT AND PnO-
nvce Dried apples per pound,0a7c: evnn
oiated apples, 11mMc, per pouud; Turkish
prunes, 5au;.sr. : hiiL'iish currants, a.;ic.:
layer rui-ins. $1.75al.8'l; muscatels. Sl.UOa
1.40 per bcx; new Valeucias, 7n7i$c. per
HBAN3 ilarrow-rati ?J.O0a3.Ou per
Dusnei; mediums, i. i.mi.'.iu.
Pus ureen, ll.15a1.2U per bushel jspllt,
I'j.ouaJ.cu; leutels.D totc. per noand.
I'OTATOKS New, per barrel, $'Ja'J.15.
Onions rJaekt, ll.10al.15.
Bl'tteii to ;8;c. por lb.
Chxksb Sl'a!iic. per lb.
Egos Freeh. HaHXc
Povltiiy Chickens, dressed, 12 to 13c.;
turkeys, 12 to lac.
Mkats Hams, 13'c.j small hams, 14c;
si;mneil liams, 14c. : California hams,
Uj.cc: shoulders, 9c; bellies, 10c; smoked
breakfast bacon, 12Uc.
tMOKKD UKKK-Outtides. 13Wc: sots.
irc: insules and knuckles, Klo. Acme
sliced smoxea beer, 1 pjund cans, H1;Z
Pohk Moss at $13; short cut. Sift.
Laud Lest In tiers nt 'Jc: in tubs.
O'c; in 10-pound pails. W(e.i In 5-Dotind
pails, UJ-c; it-pound pnibj. 10s. ptr
ponno; compound lard tiercos 7c. ; tub-",
life; lb-ronna pans, 7"ic per oound:
5-pound pails, 7c. por pouud; 8-pouud
pau;i, ec. per pouud.
Floob Minnesota patent, psr barrel.
f.20a4.!i0; Ohio and Indiana nrabor, at
$3.50; Graham at 13.50; rye Hoar, at
Fikd Mixed, per cwt., at $1.01.
Gkaix Itye, C5e.j corn, 62 to 55e. oats,
SS tofioc. per Dusnei.
Ryk Stiiaw Per ton, $!3i15,
New York Producs Martet.
New York. July 10, Flour Dull,
weak; off-red fr ely.
Wintkii Wheat Low grndes. fl.SSi
t3.5(); do., fair to fancy, 82.4082.90; do.,
l atents, f3.aOS3.!M; Minnefota clear, $2.25
li$!.t!5; do., ptrnightfl, t.'!a.'i.,r)0; do., patents,
:J.40a$4.IO; citv mills, .55aJ3.05; do., pat
envs, U 25al!4 35.
Whkat Active for export and home
trade; prices, firmer; No. 3 red store
and elevator, 50c: afloat, fiOs.W.'i'o. : f.
o. b., COJsCOc; nngraded rd, 67aC0c:
No. I nortuern, BSnOS.'i'e,; options closed
ftoady nt ;c. over Sntnrdny; No. 3, rd,
July, ttf.; August, mo.; September,
C0c; December, 04r.
Cokn Dull, tinner: No. 2, 4Sr48,c, ele
vator: 4S,'n4j5ic. eflout; options active
and c. higher: Jnly, 47c; August,
48Kc: September, 47a: December, 45c
Oats Dull, lower, weak; optii n-, dull,
c. lower: July, 42c; August, t4c.:Sop
tember. 32ic : October, 33c ; No. 3 white
July, 43c; spot price", No. 2, 48!c; No.
3 white, 51c; No. 3 Chicago, BoJo.; No.
8, 48c; No. 8 white, 40c; mixed western,
SOaolc; white do. and white state, 60a57&
Beef Pull, firm; family, tlUaU; extra
Ekek Hams Quior, Arm; 121.
TiEitoKO Beev Dull; city extra India
Cut MEATS-Qniet, steady: pickled bel
lies, 8c: do. shoulders, OJo.; do. bams, 12c.
Laud Qniot, firmer: western stenm
closed at7.30; city, OjKaCc.; July, $7.25;
September, J7.25; retlneil, dull: conti
nent, $7.00; South America, $7.85; com
PoRK-Qniet, firm; mess, $14a!4.25; ex
tra prim, $13sl3.60.
Bi'TTKR-Quier, about steady; state
dairy, 12al7c; do. creamery, 14a17c;
Pennsylvania,do.,14al7o.; western dairy,
10al034'c; do. creamery, 13al7o.t do. fac
tory, al4c; Elgius, 17c: imitation cream
Ciiekhe Quiet, firm; slate large, 7Wa
0o.; do. fancy, OKc; do. small, 7Wn9Vc;
part skims, 2Ka5Xc; full sklmB. X2o.
EooH-Quiet, weaker; state and Penn
sylvania, 11b12Xc; western fresh, 11a
llc; do. per Case, Ila3.50.
Philadelphia Tallow Karket.
Philadelphia. July lfl. -Tallow was
dull and unchanged. Prices were: Prime
city in hogsheads, 4lc; prime conntry,
In barrels, 4$c; do. dark in barrels, 85ia
4o. j cakes, 4.c ; grease, 80.
Thrilling Rescue of m Itlcyrlo Girl Who
Hadn't Learned How to Stop.
Tho shades of night were gutting in
their work, mid tho pence of a righteous
commnnity was filtering through tho
atmosphere. I3rowu and Jones were en
joying their last cigars and conversing
on stocks. There is nothing frivolous
or flighty about Erown aud Jones.
Bnddonly there camo a swish of fem-
inino skirts, a skurry of a bicycle, and
through tho darkened air a shrill wail
faltered, "Oh, won't yon pleaso help
mo?" Then a bicycle at full tilt sped
across the street crossing, aud Brown
and Jones stared ut each other aghast.
"O-o-ooh!" half crlod the voice of
tho disappearing rider.
"What in thunder docs she want help
about?" gasped Jones.
"Sho wasn't tipping overl" cried
"Her wheel was all right!"
"No one was pursuing"
"Help!" floated back to tho crossing.
With one wild gush of alarm, two ci
gars were flung to destruction, and two
reputable citizens went spinning down
Lake avenue. Never Fineo their collego
days have Jones and Erown made aruu
ning record like the 0110 credited to that
night's performance, with a movable
goal for an object. O110 block, two blocks,
syX blocks, imil then the fleeing wheel
with its sobbing rider eaniu iu view.
With an extraordinary spurt Brown
and Jones caught up, grabbed tho han
dle bin's and stopped tho wild progress
of the modern Flying Dutchman.
"What" LuKau Jones. "How"
gasped Brown, who was stout and un
pleasantly conscious of something ridic
ulous in th whole proceeding.
"Oh," quavered tlio femiuino rider,
who was not young and not fair, "oh,
how can I ever thank you? Oh, my
goodness, what a scare! 1 can ride, you
know just learned bnt I can't turn
round, and I can't mount, and I can't
stop my wheel, and I was getting far
ther away from home every minute,
and, oh, dear, what would I have dono
Jones coughed. In her excitement the
distressed lady was reposing against his
shirt front, it was a fresh shirt front,
aiid her act disturbed him.
"Shall we get you started for home?"
queried Brown, who always had pres
ence of mind.
"Oh, if you would," said the dis
tressed lady, and then the two reputable
citizens put her 011 her wheel, turned
it around, pushed her half a block and
saw her disappear in the darkness, leav
ing a trail of inarticulate gasps, thanks,
protests and exclamations in her wake.
Silence fell over Lake avenuo. Brown
and Jones stuffed their handkerchiefs
into their collars and looked at each
other meditatively. Suddenly Brown
went into convulsions. He grabbed
"How," ho stuttered, "how, I say,
is that fool woman going to stop when
sho does get home?"
Then they eat down on tho curbstono
to recover and incidentally to calculato
whether the woman who hadn't learn
ed how to make the wheel stop going
round would eventually reach the north
polo or be drowned in Lake Superior.
"Aud yet," Brown says scornfully
when ho tells tho adventure, "yot 601110
misguided mortals claim that women
havo sense enough to voto and decide
the fate of the nation. Humph!"
Tlio way ho says "humph" makes
tlio hearer wither right away if tho
hearer is a woman. Chicago News.
Tlio Wws of Carvers,
The blunders of carvers are historic.
One of tho most amusing specimens
chiefly concerns a spruce young lawyer
who led a blushing damsel as a brido
from her rural homo and returned with
her to tho hospitable mansion of her father-in-law
to enjoy tho Christmas fes
tival. Ho was called ou to carve. Tiiu
turkey was overdono and was somewhat
tough withal. Tho spruce young lawyer
struggled with it, but the bird wouldn't
yield. An enormous pudding stood
beside tlio turkey and was in tho law
Filially he took up tho pudding dish
and placed it in his chair behind him
and then renewed his nttaek ou the tur
key with redoubled vigor. His face was
red with effort and embarrassment, his
glasses stroamcd with perspiration, but
still ho struggled. At last ho niado a
tremendous effort and succeeded in
launching tho impervious bird onto tho
other side of tho table.
"There," ho said in despair, "now
I've dono it" and sat down in tho
"Harry, you have taken tho largest
peach. Yon should remember that Dod
dio is the oldest "
"That's not my fault. "Judy.
Evening Hodices of Clilduu.
Chiffon not alone forms tho trimming
on dresses, when it is for the most part ac
cordion plaited, but it also makes entire
bodices, and no pret tier style for tho youth
ful figure can bo found than a full bodice
of chiffon made, bo it understood, of the
best quality and fixed onto a tight lining,
to somewhat overhang abroad belt of lace,
embroidery, jet or what you will, which
completes tho skirt of moiro or brocade.
The flimsy skirt enjoys but little patron
age; tho solid skirt of silk or satin or
moiro reigns supreme.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
111., was told by her dootore she had Con
sumption and that tbero was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's Hew Dis
covery completely cured her and she says
it saved her lire. Mr. Tbos. Kggera, 139
Florida St., Ban Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything else thou
Dough t one bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery and in two weeks wag cured, lie
is naturally thankful. It issueh results
of which these are examples, that prove
the wonderful efficacy of this medlufue in
Coughs and (Colds. Free trial! bottles at
Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Regular size
50c. and $1. j
Curb ron Crodp. Use Dr. Thorn aV' Ec
lectrioOil according to directions, ltis
the best remedy for all sudden attacks of
colds, pain aud inflammation, aud in
THE WHEEL IN WAR.
A lloxton Inventor Attaches Something Re
acuiblinff a Uutliuc (juu to Ills Illcjclu.
No less an authority than General
Nelson A. Miles, the world famous In
dian fighter and veteran of tho lato war,
has testified to the probable valuo of
tho bieyelo for signal service work and
scouting in time of hostilities. Further
than this, nearly every army of note
In tho world has a bicycle corps for its
work, and not a few companies, equip
ped iu "heavy marching order, " havo
niado long runs across country in much
less timo than the samo distance could
have been covered on horseback. In
ventor B. D. Stevens of Boston has giv
en the wheel even a moro warlike as
pect, lie has invented a sort of gutliug
gun attachment for a bicycle which is
designed to transform tlio inoffensive,
silent steed into a machine gun. Tho
entire equipment is simplo and does
not add live pounds to the weight of the
Wheel. A metal jacket the shape of a
BICVCLE WITH Al'TOM ATIC FI UlXl! HKVOLVElt.
large pistol is attached to tho front of
the wheel, aud when a Bcout or skir
misher goes forth with warlike, intent
he can slip the pistol into his jacket,
lonnoct it with Die front wheel by a se
ries of rods nnd iu a few moments find
himself ready to give an enemy a very
warm reception. Tho pistol carries six
cartridges, and eight more may bo fed
into it automatically from the magazine
Tho soldier wheelman thus has 14
shots at his disposal, and, what is more
important, tho apparatus is so arranged
that by pressing a lever on tho handle
bar tho revolver is fired automatically
by tho revolving of tlio front wheel of
the bicycle. If the rider continues to
press tho lever, tho entire 11 shots may
lie lired, but by releasing it at a given
lime ho may fire only as many as he de
sires. Another peculiarity of the attach
ment is the fact tint the pistol has an
lire of fire as great as the distance the
handle bars will tiu'n to right or left.
If tho scout is brought to bay aud forc
ed to dismount, ho may either stand be
side his wheel and fire tho pistol by
band or attach the weapon to a light
shoulder piece carried ou the wheel and
tiso it as if it were a riflo. General
Miles has seen the apparatus and speaks
very highly of it. Tho inventor is 01
years of aire. His best known work thus
1 far is the Stcvuns dynamite shell, which
tho government has successfully tested.
Learn to Laugh.
"Learn to laugh. A good laugh is bet
ter than medicine. Learn how to tell a
story. A well told story is as welcome as
a suubrum In u sickroom. Learn to keep
your own troubles to yourself. Tho world
is too busy to care for your Ills and sor
rows. Learn to stop croaking. If you
cannot see any good iu the world, keep
tho bud to yourself. Ijeum to hide your
pains and aches under a pleasant 6imlo.
No 0110 cares to hear whether you have the
earache, headache or rheumatism. Don't
cry. Tears do well enough In novels, but
they are out of place in real life. Leurn to
meet your friends with a smile. Tho good
humored man or. woman Is always wel
come, but tho dyspeptic or hypochondriac
is not wanted anywhere and is a uuisuuco
as well, says a family doctor.
Beecham's pills are for
biliousness, bilious headache
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head'
ache, bad taste in the mouth
coated tongue, loss of appc
tite, sallow skin, when caused
by constipation; and consti
pation is the most frequen
cause of all of them.
Book free; pills - 2 c. At
drugstores.or write B.F.Allen
Co.,365 Canal St., New York
Bank of Scranton.
This hank offers to depositors ft fry
inciiuy wnrrauiea ny iiieir uiuanccs, Dlisl
ness anil responsibility.
Special attxntion given to business as-
couuta. interest jjuiu ou time deposits,
WI1.7-TAM CONNKI.T, President.
UKO. II. OATLIN. Vlre-I'resldant.
WILLIAM H. PUCK, Casulcfc.
William Connsll, Oeorira R. Catlln.
Alfred Hand. James Arolibnld, Henry
iioMn, jr., ttiiuaut x. n-ouiv laitiier
prm intntlr ourtd
Sdy, under lu'raoty.fcut'1 bI t-'."cn.l. Ijji
SrefrompfbDUeund.frMhrmiU. WbMllatBprinls L'T;
0 BcrrorfiMI, uur ITillKIO Ifomvaf will F.
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Mroiihy, etp., urly cured by INOAl'O, the
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ard stivw btore; office hours, W to a. m. nnj
m-; evouiuw ut rutideuu oiiitf.
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t; Sund.-iys 2 30 Kj 4. oveuincs at resiUouca. A
specialty ninde of dihunses of the eye, ear, noss
aud thro.'it and (tynoeoloKy.
f M. C. UANCK'ri Law aud Colic
" . utc, iio. on opruco F'., opposite Purest
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lEHHUi'S I1A.ML), Attorney and foiiimjt.
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w. li. ji:suf, J it.
11J.AHD WAKKKN & K.NAl'P. Attur-
inir, Washiiutton ave.. Kcraiiton. l'.k
! IJAiTEKSoN He WlLfOX, Atlonicvs an.l
i Couuut llors at Law; uUites (i uud is Library
luildinifc beruuton, lJn.
l.'UKWrr.t, II. rATTDHSOW.
JtVll.MAU A. Wilcox.
A 1.KUEOHAN1), WILif.iAM jThANdTaT
I f tornoys and Counvelloii Conimonwealili
";""K. ut?uis i;i, ii an'l
K I5DYLE, Attorney at-l.iiw.Nos.l'J and
20, llurr lmiM:uir, WuKliinirton iivi.-nu.
ENKY M. SKKI.Y Law oIMmm in Pri,
1...0.1,.... In.: n .i ... .
uiumiiiK, uuauiuKion avenue
IA1?11'- Ktlu Attorney at Uw. liooul
i alhiteliaiiK.ticri1ntoii, J'a.
ii . W- '-"WHY, Atfys, -i7 Washing
. Jl. VON rTOHCll, (ton iv.. C. II. ,
I AMJiii W. OAKI-'OUD
... vjirw- uiu, Attorney at Lai
rooms Kl, M and 05, Commonwealth b'l'ir.
Attorney at Law,
JAMUMj W. LU.IaH ah,
"'e. 1)17 KprupiiHt., Heranton, i'a.
A Vk'ATUiru a..
at Law, 42J
JLnrjtwaiiria oun.. Hcrautnn. I'a.
1. hJlllH, Counsellor nt Law. Olllce,
. rooms IB, .'.il ('ominiinwpiiltli bnlliiin-i.
U IMTClil.'iJ A. '. T 7T
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C.COMKUVH. ail' Sii'riiTO st "
U kl.'l.l.Hlil 1' A T
.' . i """f-". "oi nov l.oan novo
. tinted on real eetntew-ruritv.41ls Sprucn
1-.K1LLA.M, AitoruRv-ut-Liiwi iju Wy-
CX'IIOOL Ol-' TliK LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton. Ta.. itronarcs bovs and uirls for(villiyi
or btibiueiia: thoroughly traius vouui; childrea
Lutulok'ue ut ruiiuuat.
r.r.v. Thomas?!. CAn,
Wai.tki: II. Ulei.i..
Miss woKCK.sri-'.ics kindekuahtln
and heliool. ll Adainn avenuo. fundi
ri-cfivcl nt ull times. Next torm will ouea
I)I-.N I IM S.
TM. A. TAKT. D.D.S., UK North Wash-
I V t..,f..,, a .... i i..;..
Kestorations. t row n and liriilno Work
n , y:. . J'"" I.. I . Ill 1 UI V.t;iail
C. LAUBACII, fcuiucoa Lleutist, No, 110
' III 111 IIVH.
'l UA'I 'lu.V.
I I I'
rrilK Hi:rUIiI,l(J SaviuKS and Loan a'sho
J. ciatiou will lo in ou ui..ney on easier ti-niH
and p:;y you liuttor on investment than liny
other nssoL-latiim. Call oa S. N. CALLLN-
IM.lt. P'tne Haul,- l.niifjim'
Gil CLARK & CO., rk-ttlamcnT'rioristt
and KurKcrvuien: store U8 Washington
avenuo: preen houie, IojU Nurth ilaiu uveiiuo.
J I" AS.
GHANU UN li IX '1 LA CO.. .lonei Bros.
Wilts: M IIKI XS,
JOS. KrKTTF.L, 5ii Laetawanna nvonm
Ser-i'it.-.'i. I'a . lrninl'f ef Wire Sereen1!
no'ir.Ls am i;r.iT.ruANT.
'i'HB N LSTJUNSS'i'Li'i, ilMlil WyoraiDK
1 uve. lioonn heated with steam: all mod
ein Improvmiients. C. M. Tiii mar. frop.
nMIE ELK CArr. IS and 127 FrauUlin ave
I . I,n l.,t..a .....Kl..
I'. XiF.ci.EH, Proprietor.
J LbXAil-Nbi'LH 1IOTKL.
tv W f: snitvri: .,.,,...
Sixteenth street, or.o block east of Broadway
ui. iiuoii nuure, lew lorK.
Amertenn pi.ni, SsU'ili per day anil upward.
(UYNIS HOUbK. Luropoau plan; '(,'00'..
J roonia. Open day anil ullu. Bar
plied with tho Le.it.
P. IT. COVNF.. rronvlntor.
(JCHANTON HOUSE, near D., U i'w.pits
O lengcr depot. Conducted on the Europe..::
plan. Vii jiik Kncn. Proprietor.
KA.ND CENTRAL. The iai-jio.se and lus:
cmiiopel Imtjl ia Allen to wo, rataj
C' nil 'l -Ml t.AH .In..
Vktoii D. BAKNFit. Proprietor.
n AVIS"- lloCPl', Architects. Huim21
2") nnd 20 Commonwealth li'ld'n. Scranton,
f,LT WALTIiit" Architect, Library l-uii.'i
k J imr. Wynininir nvemi", Sciuntoii.
I.i L. HROVv'N. Arch It. Architect. Price
I bnlldimr.l2i'i V iishiiietoti Ave.,Scranton.
Wl l l.l .AM'OI'S.
llAUEli'S OHCUKSTUA - llfslo FOI.
i) balls, picnics, perties, receptions, wej
dlnifs and ooncnrt work furnished. For terms
address It .1. Bauer, rouiluctor, 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulliert's music store.
OKTON D. 8WAKTS-WHOLESALE
lumber, Tnco building, Scranton, Pa.
Mi.(lAIUiEE HliOTHEHS, " PRINTERS7
supplies, envelopes, paper ba;!s, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington uve., Scranton,
UO nam AXI) CA URIAH ES FOR SALE
at lr.33 Cupousj avenue.
D. L.FOOTE. Acont
I MIANK P. "h MOW S ic CO., WHOLE
I sale dcnlem iu Woodware, Cordage uud
Oil Cloth, 7.0 W. Lackawanna avenue.
IZKA FiNN & SON M, Imiidcra iiii'd cJiitriK"
i j tors. Yards: Comer (.dive at. aud Adams
ave.; comer Ash st. and Pcim ave., Scranton.
The GENUINE Xew Ilavca
New York 'Varcrooiii9 Xo. 80
E. C. RICKER & C0,;
Bole dealers in this Bsction.
OFFICB-121 Adams Avo., Telephone B'l'd'g
Eureka Laundry Co,
Cor. Linden St. snd Adams Avo.
t'ovai llousa aguAua.
All binds of Laundry work gnnrantoal
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING COl
ECRANTON AND W1LKES BARRE. PA.. SIANUFACTOKERBOJ
Locomotives and Stationary .Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office. SCRANTON, PA.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF H J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Antraeito conl used exclusively, tnsurhiii
eleaulinesa and comfort.
TIME TA11LE IN EFFECT MAT 20, 1S9I.
Trains leave rieraiiton for Pittston, Wilkes,
linrre, etc , at 8 Si. U.15, U.i a. m., 12.5U. i.U
m o . -' - m1 1U0 p" m- Sundays, 8.00 a. in.,
l.l'i, " l i, i.lO p. in,
for A1 lnntic City. 8.20 a. m.
I'or XuW York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.S)
reziirvss)- a. m., 12..iu (expross with Buffot
parlor car), U.ao (exprotaj p. iu. Sunday, 2.15
Foil SUlTH ClII'NK, AM.F.NTOWN-, BF.TnL.
J!,"!' .VV,1'"1' alKl 1'IIILAUKI.I'HIA, 8.20 a. UL.
f or Lono liHAiecn, Ocean Grove, etc.. at
!! ( V, i"ioui,'ii em ) a. in., li vo p. m.
r or HendiPK. l.elmuon and Harnsbure. via
"'l i " mVU t,'"Ua' m-' 1:i"U' D'0' V'm' Bu"da''
For l'ottsville. S.'ida. m., 12.r,0p. m.
ItetiirnliiK. liavo Now York, foot of Liberty
ytrei't. Iwntli rivir, nt MO (express) m
J.M, l.:!0. 4.:So (vxpress with Butlot parlor car)
1. ui. Kundny, 4 :w a. in.
Li-ave I'hiludolplila, Koailiiie Terminal, 0.0J
B. ui., 2.(10 and fill p. in. Sunday, ti.27 a. in.
'1 lu cju','!i tickets to nil points at lowojt ratm
mnv ho hud on application iu advance to th
ticliot Ui,'uut ut tho st:itiou.
11. P. BALDWIN,
J. II. OUIATTSES.
DELAWARE AND HUD
C omineneinvr 31ay ai, W2.
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave lirldifo htreot
Station. Scranton, for Pitts-
win i. . .. ....
jt tlrilijSCM ll n' lote-i'Hrre, etc., n.iw,
m i-5 2H9:'I,7 B:7. lCa. in., uiu,
V i3 $ 1,". 2.:is. 4.1U. 5.13, ii.15, e.lj
ft W r and 11. iA p. in.
ft' For New York and Phlla-
flelphhi, b W u. iu., 12.10, J.ii,
!!. .lfinnd II.SIp. m.
For Houe.silaioOrom Delaware, Lackawanna
nnd western depot;, 7 .0U, .aj, lo. lu a.m., r;.UJ
in.. 2. IT, ft. 10 p. in.
For Cai liondiilo and Intermediate stations,
5.4(1. 7 U, tvio, 10.10 a. m., 12.00 UL,'il7, a.lti,5.10,
.t)i and I) :t, it in.; from bridge atroot Depot,
2.1 H a. ui., 2.17nnil 11 5 p. ra.
Fast express to Albany, SarutoKa, the AdI.
rendack MouiitaniH, hoston and New England
points, ft.40 a. ill., arriving at Albany 12.4j.
Surntok'a 2.20 p.m.. umt ieavinnSeruntoa at 2.17
p. m.. n-rivitii at AHmny af.f0 p. in., bara
k kii. 12..V5 a. in., and B iston. 1M a. m.
The only direct routo lietwoen the coal fteUs
and ISoston. "Tho Leading Tourists' Kouta
of Amurii-a" to tho Adirondack Mountain ro-
sorts, Lakes Geort'o uud Champlaiu, HontroaL
Timo tables showing local and through train
service l.ctwcen stations on all divisions Dela
ware and lludbon fcyhlem, may be obtained ut
all Delaware and Hudson ticket otliens.
11. H. YOUNU, J. W. liL'itUIC'K,
Second Vice 1'resident Uun. Pass. Agt.
1A 11, IM4.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. 1). & II. R U. at 8 a.ra , 12.10,
2.3K and 11.35 p. m via D, L. & W. It. 11., U.UU,
B.lis.11.20 a. in., and l.Jil p. m.
Leave (rcrantoa for Pittston and Wilkss
Burro via D.. L. & W. R. It., 0.1W, &0S, 11.2J
u. ra ,1.. .'16.1. 0.07. .0 p. in.
Leuvo Scranton for YIlito Haven, Ilazleton,
Pott'iville urn) all points on the Beavnr
Mead 'W and futtsvlllu branches, via E. ic W.
V.. li 4 i a.m.. v.a D. Ji H. It. U. at 8 a.m., I2.H
2.:. 4.10 p.m., via D., L. & W. H. K., B.00, 8.W,
11.20 a. in., l.;, 3.M p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Readir-K, Harrinburif and all Intermedlnti
points via D. i: H. 1!. Ii., a.m.. 12.10. 2:M. 11.31
ii.m.,via D., L, is W. It. Ii.,u.UJS.ua, 1L20 a. m
Leave Scranton forTunkhannock, Towanlt,
Elniirn. Itliacn, Geneva and all intermodliti
points via D. ic H. R.R..K.07 a.m., 1210 and 11.31
p. m.,vl i D. L. & W. It. It., 8 0s .m,l.:t)p. m.
Leave Seranton for Koehester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit. Clip-ago and all points
west viaD. & H. It. R. 0.07 u.n.,12 lO.ii.lo.ll.aj
p. m.. via D. L. & W. R. It. and Pittston
Junction, 8 us a.m., 1.30, 8. jj p. m., via E. i W.
U.K.. H-41D. ui.
For Elmira and tho wost via Salamauoi, vi
H. tc 11. ii. K. U.07n,m., 12.10,ti.i" p. m , via D.,
L. is W. H It, .if.OS a.m.. VW and 0.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor nud sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. & B. Junction or
Wilkes-Uarro and Now York, Philadelphia,
Huflalo and SnspeiHou Undue.
HOl.LIN' II. WILBUR. ou. bunt. East Dlv.
CIIAS. S, LI E. il -n. Pas AVt. Plilla .P.i.
A.W.NoXNEMACHER.Ass't ajn.Puss. Ag't,
South Bothleheiu. Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for New ork and ah points East. 1.40, 2.60,
0. 1r, MM ami II . j:i a. m.; 12 6o anil 3.50 p. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadelphia
and the South, u.l 8.00 aud a. m.; Hit
anda.fiil j). in.
Wat-iiinnton and way stations, 3.55 p. m,
Tob luiuna accommodation, 0.10 p.m.
Expr ss for iMnuhaintou, Oswega Elmira,
f orniiijf, Hath. Dansvillo, Jlottnt llorris nnd
liuiialo, 12.10, 2 Ui a. ni. and 124 p. m., making
-iose connections ut Hullalo to all poluts hi th
West, Northwest uud boutbwesu
Hath acconinioibition, H a. m.
Bingliamten uud way stations, 12.37 p. no,
Nieuol-ou accuuuuodatiou, at 4 p. m. an4
i 10 tl. III.
HlnRhainton and Elmira Express, 6.05 p, ra.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Osweu
1. 'tica and Richtkld Springs, lli u. m, and 1.2
Ithaca. 2.1ft and Bath Pa. m. and 1.24 p. m.
Plymouth, Hloonuburg anil Danville, making
closo connections nt Northumberland for
Williamspovt, Harnsburg, Baltimore, WaalK
inKtou and the South.
.Northumberland mid Intermediate stations,
WW. U m a. ut, aud 1.30 uud U.07 p. m.
Nnnticoao ana mtoimediste stations, 8.08
and 11.20 a. m Plymouth and intermediata
btations, 3.jiland o.b! n. iu. ,
Pullman parlor aud Bleeping coaches on all
express trams. , ...
l or detailed informatiou, pocket tim itabloa,
... .,, i 1, smitli. citv tickotomok
S2.s Lui kawiiuuaaveuue, or dopot ticket olllcia. 1
Nirelmsii.sr tlckoisana save money.
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T. Flitcrolt, lilv' 1 as, Agt. Scranton, 1 J
a mo iimib "-f ' ' inrr'rr ml i" uMii i r
yew ynmc. ontaiuo and weste
l KA1LWAY CO.
TIMK TAUI.K IX 1-Kl'KOT SUNDAY.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbuf
8.30, I11..V1 a.m. and i! pi p.m. J
I'or Hancock Junction, 10.05 ajr
' Trains lenve Hancock Juuoti
ten. lia.m. nnd 'l.Ki p .m. f
Trams leave CnrlioncUde
7 1 a in. and 3.L1I, j.jl p.m. j
In Eircct .1
Konli lliiiind. 1
80. 203 M '
a e. 3 f
l-J J! 5 V. f
...P I. eel
e hi ArrlA
I Ij CA
p'Vi p mi ' ' Arrive,
"n'jii 1 lei Uiuieockl
H 10; 1 0;i ....j jj1111
7 r.i I'J 4ie .... Prest(i
"sTjUHMA w1 I'onvJ
7:su'!iii0 10 I'nyii
T WIS INlOOli Hi I
7 ;i tia.i"! 4i th
7 Its' 11 0-'i Vif
u.Mjii ail ti ir e l
A4sru:o n i-.' l
M ii1 .... r.Mi; I
U4i!ii as, no' I
0 :!.-! 1 1 is! w; jt
llil'.'flll,-) KM I
6 II ii a) I
U-Jfi'll 07i 8 4-1 '1
ii-.:i ii in an 1
II 111 II (It K.".!l X
I) 14 11 t'l K3J ProX
fli pilKW 8?:i 1'arltXN
OlOdOSS 8 3" bcraniV
p v k m a h Leave A
"All trains run dully except X
.im, in, u thul. M-altiH ston onw
i. riKiiniL. - r -m.
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