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THE SCKJLNTON TRIBUTE FRIDAY HOKLTOTO, AUGUST 17, 1894. -
Congreiilonal oppoiltlon has t ootohad
jut it hai cot killed tea proposed biey
)le railroad which promised to carry
assengor from Washington to
jrothrim in two hours, mora or lots.
fh projaoton of ths toheine sra giu
it work upon ooDgresi, and are re
lonbling their explanation! of its feas
ibility. In brief, tueir bill propose to
oharter a company to oonitraot an ele
rated eleetrioal railway, upon the bl-
lyole prinoiple or plan, between the i
Jities of Washington aud New York, j our indutitries a chance to live; ite ef
the roadbed to be conttruoted ot iron j tect upon others will be injuri.
r tteel with a single rail in the center i ou. tt cannot materially increase
lopported on a line of posts, and hav-
tie tide rails reaching d a Dove ine
loor of tbe oar and nuder the sills of
be car windows, thus forming a
trough-shaped structure in wbieb the
jars are to run, and haying attached to
.he oars wheels or springs so arranged
is to impinge agaiuit tbe side rails so
is to prevent tbe oscillation of tbe cars
when starting or stopping and to hold
.hem in position while at rett. Tbe
lenter of gravity will be upon tbe aup
orting rail, whether running in a
traight line or on a ourvt. Tbe cart
ire to be pointed at each end, so as to
nlnimiz tbe air pretture, and in these
pointed ends are located tb bieyole
rucks, having large wheels with deep
langes which, with tbe side rails
'.-eaobiug up to near the mi Idle ot the
car, absolutely prevents derailment.
While the road is elevated a few feet
ibove the surfaoe of the ground, tbe
:rncks are located within the pointed
mdt of tbe ctr and not under it, so
.hat the pntsonsier seats will have
ibout tbe 8 line elevation at thos In the
ordinary steam ooac'n. Tbe electric
.uotor to propel the cart on this struc
ture are of tbe gearless type, ooe on
ach tide of tbe wheel attached direct
lo tbe axle, by which nmns there it a
itrge diminution both of friction and
tt nolte. Tbe mechanical principles
involved la the oouttructlon of tbU
roadway are not new and untried, fur
t Is not new to construct elevated rail
roads or to oparate tbe oars by tbe
lectrio motor for the transportation of
passengers. While .this application is
of comparatively recent otigio, there
t now invested in tbe United States in
jlectrio roadt over $205,000,000. The
novel features of this proposition are
the application of thit wonderful mo
tive power upon a large scale, by which
it it prpoted to attain a speed ot more
ban 100 miles an hour with absolute
safety, and tbe application of tbe bl
oyole principle or plan for the (rapid
and safe .transit of large numbers of
Tbe bill, after specifying the manner
of tbe road's construction, further pro
vides that the road shall De a national
highway, military, and post road, and
it all tiuws subject to tbe uses of tbe
United States government. By means
of such a road passengers can be trans
ported from Washington to New York
:n one-tblrd ot tbe time now required
ro make the journey upon the Uste.it
train ot our best turface roads They
would travel in abtolute safety and
comfort, elevated above the dust of
:he turronnding country, and free
:rom cinders and smoke ot tbe steam
mglne, avoiding the chances of dim
mer from surface-crossing and from
lerailments, from obstacles on the
rack, and from collisions with other
rains, either from the front or rear.
The mails of tbe entire country going
north or eoutb could be delivered be
tween these two cities in less than two
hours instead of five or six. and with
out extra cost to tbe postotfloe depart
ment, Tbe bill intrusts to tbe state
:ourts power in all proceedings for the
condemnation of property, where the
mod lies within their juritdlotion,
where, under the laws of tbe state, the
:ourt it empowered to entertain tbe
iroceedingt, and further prohibits the
United States courts from taking orig
inal jurisdiction in any matter ot liti
gation between tbe oltizens of any state
nd said company. Inasmuch as tbe
company asks no money from congreis,
t is difficult to see why its request
i hould be refused, unless at the baok of
.he surfaee roads.
In an article whioh strongly compll
nents Snperintendant Walter W.
lermyn tbe Oljrpbant Rsoord tells of
mportant improvanients bsgan and
ontsmplated at tbe Jermyn mines at
?riceburg. Itssyst "A shaft Is belux
nuk on ths bill, wblob will It 8x12
:'et, and to go down to whst is known
::s th Danmors vsln. This is from
even to ten feet In thickness, and is
text to tbe vein that bas been worked
riy the company. From tbe present
ipenioga tnnnel will be driven through
be rook, wblob wlM be 7zU foet in
limenslons, and 1,600 feet long. A
leading will be driven from the foot rf
.be new shaft on the mountain, 2,000
.'eet to join this tannel, so that tbe
:oaI from the new works can be taken
nt at the old plant and be prepared
ur market at the present breaker. Tbe
ntraat of sinking tbe new abaft and'
Irivlng tbe tunnel has been awarded to
Atsirs. Ward &WeUb,of Plymouth.
Tbe work Is to be begun forthwith,
nd most be finished within one ysar
. rom tbe date of signing contrsot, Mr.
fsrmyn expects to operate this new
,isrt of the mines with ehctrlo power.
An eleotrio locomotive will be In ser
vice at tbe tunnel, and the nnw abaft
is to be supplied witb an electrie hoist.
Electricity will be used in all possi
ble ways by tbe man. The total ez-
inditnre will be between $50,000 and
.'.75,000. This ' improvement will be
i fleeted by the most recent appliances,
and when completed will be furnished
vith tbe latest improvements in min
ing and engineering. The saperinten
dent Is folly competent in the work,
nnd will sse that the whole is com
pleted in the most modern style. The
zpendltnre will ultimately mean a
oom to Prlcebirg, and the prospects
.-re that employment will be furnished
'o many more than at present."
If we may believe a report in the
Wllkes-Bsrre Becord the long talked
cf road to run from Binghamton to
.Vyalnstng is about to be eonstrnoted,
work having been commenced on the
. northern portion of the line a few dayi
ego. Tbe road rans south from Bing
hamton into 6unqnebann conntr.
'.hence southeast down the Wyalusing
Valley to Wyalasiog Tillage, where a
nnnotion will be made witn toe L-shig-b.
Valley. A seotion of rich agricultural
ronntry orlnoipally grazing will be
opened op, and a number of thriving
villages tapped, the business oi wblob
"rill give tbe road a good local trads.
It is eighty miles from Binghamton to
Wvaluaine by the nreaent route by rail.
be Erie and Lehigh Valley by the new
line it will be about forty-five miles, tbns
making a cot off of nearly ball tbe dis
tance. The road will probably ds con
tinned to Batterfleld junction, near
Dnsbore. from whioh a Una has recent
ly been constructed to Wllliatnsport, to
v that, when the gap from Binghamtoa to
Sitterfleld ii filled there will be a con
ttnouj all rail route from Boston to
Cincinnati. . Tbe proipeot of luring a
new feeder giree both BlngQaiuton and
Wyalusing a boom, tbe latter already a
thrifty town, expects trait beuetite
from tbe enterprise, while tbe press of
the Parlor City claim that wltbln fif
teen years tbt population abull ban
increased to 100,000.
In thli week's inane of : tbe
Bulletin of tbe Amerloan lion and
Steel association, Jamos M. Swank,
the geuerol manager . of tbe aaio
oUtiou, takB a hopeful tlew ot tbe
country's foture under the op-ration of
the new tariff bill. Mr. Swank says:
"The Wileon bill at it patted the home
would hare blighted tome ot the
Imlnatrlaa nf th noll'l trV anil dettrOVtd
nti,r Theaennta bill will nivemott of
nri.., which are now lower thnn the?
have ever been, nor can it greatly ad
vunee wages above their present low
level; but It will give employment to
our people, and thit tbe Wilson bill
would not have douo. That business
will now improve, ultbough slowly, we
bave no doubt whatever. The market?
or the country are bare of goals of all
kinds, uud the foreigners will not have
the opportunity to supply them that
tbey have fondly hoped for."
Minor Industrial Notes:
The report that all Erie shops would go
on fu.l time
oeymiuucr i is uut tteuormiv
Tbe Lebigb Valley has abolished tbe of
fice of district passenger agent at Roches
ter, N. Y.
An order was posted at the Lehigh VaU
ley sboiw at Kustou WeUue.Jay reducing
the time to oue-iialf. Tho sbous have booa
running but lour unyt a week!
FINANCIAL ANJ COMMERCIAL.
Stocks and Bonds.
Kkw York, Aug. 10. Speculation at
the Stock exchange was strouu again today
and a higher ranue of prices was recorded.
The railway group floured mure promi
nently in the dealings. General Electric
was al-o a feature, aud for tbe first time
in months asaiinW u importunt position
in the market. The stock wus in better
demand anU Kftiued two points for tbe day,
rising to 41.' aud closiug at tbe top notch.
day's fluctuations iu autire stocks Is supplUd j
a rovised a.niv oy Ltntc os t aiiur, stoac
brokers, 121 Wvoinlmt uvouuj:
Open- HI th-
Am. Cot. OU
am Kturar. ,
Coo. N. J
rule & N. W
Chle. Oas. ,
C. C.U. 4 Kt. L..
Col., Hock.Val. 4 T.
D. & U....
ray ixijs lai
I D., h. & W
11. li. t iWW
I.alte Hhore 1314
L. Si N M
Mins. Pac -T'-s
Kat. Lead 4ilj
N. Y. ft N. E VH
N. T. Central 1UH
N. Y..O. & W liij-6
N. ..8. di W
Lj. a. c. to
North l'ftc. pt.,,
I liock Inland.,
. 1 li wj
St Paul iti(S
T.. C. & I .
Txhs & Pac
W.& I. E
W. &L. E. pfd...,
Chicago Or il'i and Provliloni.
BcnASTOS. Ansr. 10,-The followln quota
tions ara aupiiiiotl ual eirreotul d nil if by La
liar & KuUor, stock brokers,Ul joining av
WM OR 1 IUB3.
New York Prodaos Market.
Kkw Yobk, Aut. 16. Floor Dull,
easy, offered freely, light demand.
Wheat Lbjs active; o. lower, steady:
No. 2 ted, store aud elevator, 57'inI"Wc.:
afloat, 57h575(o j f. o. b., Ss.t&ilHo.;
utgraaea red, osaosc.; no. i nortaern,
B5iJc; options were dull, wog aud ;
lower; September and December most ac
tive; August, 673c; September, 58c.; Octo
ber, SVj.; Ueceniosr, May, W0
corn Dun, lower, wuu options; ciosincr
firm: No. 8, 6iK elevator; (Wiinolc. afloat;
options were les active, closing steady at
J-.alo. under yesterday. Alav most aotlvn;
August, 61c; Septomber. 60o.; Outobor,
69ic: December, 50c. ; May, BSJio.
Uats CJuiet, wlilta,Ilr&ier; options, fairly
active, up to K down, steady: August,
81c; September, 84c.; October, 85140.;
spot prices, No 2, iU)4o. : No, 2 white,
87a37Kc.; No. 2 (Jhieaiio, 84Jin35o.; No. 3,
Vio.t No, 8 white, o'ic; mixed western,
81alijc; white do., 30a44c; white state,
Biif Steady, culot: family. $10al2: ez-
tra mess, $Sa8.50.
Belf Hams Quiet, flrmer; 153.
TiEttCKD Heik Qjlet, steady; city eztra
India mess, tlo17.
Cut Meats If'irm. fair demand: nlcitled
bellies, 12 pounds, bj'c. s pi( kled sboulderit,
Cc; pickled hams, llal2o.; middles
Lard Dull, steady; wpstern steam.
closed at8.u(); city at 1rfXs. rieptem-
oer, i.wo; reuueu, stiuuy; continent, fS.HU;
Boutb America, J8.C0; compound, C'i0!c,
Pork Quiet, firm; mess, H5tl5.l5;
eztra prime, 13:il3.fii).
Butter Llyht receipts; firm state
dairy, 1421c.: do. creamery, 1723.'j(.;
Pennsylvania, do,,17a23Kc'; western dairy,
ISalOi.'.; do. creamery, 14J42;lc. ; do.
factory, 12alSXa; elgiiis, 2dc. imita
tion creamery, 14al7c
Cheese Quiet, steudy.
Eoos Good demand, firm; state and
Pennsylvania, 17al7e.; Ice house, lBa
luc; western iresu, iu.uic; uo per case
Philadelphia Tallow Markst.
PnlLAnELPHIA, Aug. 10. TallOW WOS
stesdy and unchanged. Pnees were
Prime city In hogsheads, 4c; prime
con u try, in barrels, 4c; do. dnrk In
barrels, c; cakes, 4Hc; grease, 8o.
Eyspspsia and Indlgsstlon
in their worst forms ar cured by tbe
ose 01 r. r. r. 11 yon are aeoilltated aud
run down, or if you need a tonio to regain
take P. P. p ud you WU1 tie strong and!
healthy, hot shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Priokly Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium) la the king of all
medicines. P. P. p, is ths greatest blood
purifier in tbe world. For sale by all
Fob Burns, Scalds. Braises and all pains
and soreness ef the flenb, the grand house-
iiom remeny 11 jur. Thomas' Eolectrio OIL
oe sure you get tne genuine.
Many People WmU Energy That They
Need on Great Oocasloni.
"Do you know what an Immense amount
of nervous energy people wasto continual
ly, whkb might be stored upr" asked a
physician. "A very nervous person is apt
to have little tricks of manner which she
fancies are a help to her and cover her con
fusion, whereas tbey are really an injury
aud loss. A habit of wrlifltug in your
chulr.of twlrlingsoniethlng luyourflnsers
as you talk, of biting your Hps or tapping
on tbe floor with your foot or a hundred
other tlilugs, it would be a decided gain to
"Very few people realise how rare a
thing it is to sit perfectly still or to do
things composedly without wasting any ,
effort. An oculist who was examining a
patient's eye placed a chair and told her
to oe seated. Then Immediately he asked
her to get up again. 'Do you know thut
there Isn't one person In a hundred who
doesn't do thatf he asked. 'Do what?'
she said, thoroughly mystified. 'Move the
cliuir when sitting clown. You moved It
several Inches and I wuuted you In exactly
"Probably you never noticed this, yet ob
servation confirms It. Now, why should
anybody, having put her chair where she
thinks she wuuls it, move it lntbeuctof
sitting down f It Is from a habit of Irreso
lution nud nervousness, u failure to do just
what she mouiii. to to make her Intention
go straight to the murk. Probably it is
quite unconscious with most people
"In learning to write or to draw vnn
leRrn to steudy your baud and draw lines
Whloh shall show no deviation or ragged-
ness, but be always correct and Arm. It
Is worth while to try to do everything In
the same way, with no raugeduess, no
But, as every nervous person knows. It !
seems uimost impossible, l ou reel that if
you ure debarred from 'letting off steam'
you must go cruzy, or Jump up or down,
or scream, or do something to horrify or
"Well, but try it. Keep perfectly still.
Don't twiddle your fingers, or shake your
foot, or jerk your shoulder, or giggle, or
clear your throat, or say unmeaning things
becuuse you are ofruld to be silent. Keep
It up mlnuto after minute. You will bo
surprlxed to Dud bow long you can do It.
"Then, when you cannot stand It any
longer, make your escape and do gome of
the violent things you bave In mind. You
will find that you might have hysteria
twice a week or break u window occusion-
IlllV U'ltlinilt. llvllllf tin ,tt tlm nu.n
j " - "i .. ...U llbl 1 UUO
force that would leak out in thexn lii.rln
unsuspected ways." Pittsburg Dispatch.
Doctorluff the Wild Animals.
Hospitals for cats and dogs are quite
common In the large cities, and many a
feline and canine pet has been successfully
nursed through a severe Illness by the ex
pert doctors who spend their time in study
ing uulmul diseases. With the exception
of wounds aud Injuries, the greut majority
of the complaints which the pets suffer
from come as a direct result of too hib
living. Sweets, cake, candy aud highly
seasoned food will in tbe course of time
make even the dumb brutes sick, and tbe
nnlmal doctor frernipiit.lv flnH fl,.if nil
; their patients need are a little phyhlc and
plain living. Two weeks of such common
; treatment gonerully restores tbe pets to
j health and strength again.
1 But of lute years tbo importations to
this country of wild animals for circuses,
', menageries and exhihiiiona nf nHmn
kinds have been so large that there has
sprung up a regular system of doctoring
for wild animals. Their compluiuts gen
erally are very few. At first tbey are
homesick after leaving their forest jun
gles, and they pine away in their cages un
less tbey are carefully watched. The wilder
and fiercer ones refuse to be consoled, and
efforts to break through their Iron cage.
Then the heat, chaise of cllmato and food
and occasionally old age, bring on com
plaints that must be checked by expert
physicians. Xew York Epoch.
Afraid of Becoming Famous.
A manuscript reader for a leading maga
Kiue says: "The uiugazitie witb which I am
connected employed a well known female
writer to write np an interesting phase of
life six yeara ago, for which she was to re-
! ceive a stipulated sum of money. When
ner article was submitted the editor didn't
like it and sent it back, but she fired it
back again, aemaiidiug pay, uud got it.
The article was pigeonholed, and no ono
thought of It ugaiu until u short time ago,
when the editor resurrected it uud bad it
put in type, forgetting aU about Its origin.
nppeareu iu a receut number of tho
magazine, and was discussed by literary
people as being ono of tho best written
articles published by the maguziue in ques
tion. The editor of unotber maguziue was
attracted by tbo article and wrote to tbe
lady asking her to submit matter to biiu.
The writer appears to be a very spirited
young womuu, however, aud refused to do
so, saying that ono experience with a ma
uzlue editor Is enough. Sho my a she will
never write for them agulu. If Bhe did
she might become (unions, She confines
her efforts to newspaper work." New
York Cor. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
A Wonderful Gold Mine.
One of the wonders of Australia, nnd
one ef the greatest natural curiosities in
tbe world, is the Mount Morgan gold mine
in Queensland. The precious metal con
tained in this mlue, which bas paid a divi
dend of not less than 10,000,000 in a year,
was deposited by a hot spring.
Mouut Morgan is a bill about 600 feet
high, containing at its top a cup shaped
deposit mode by the hot spriug which
once gushed out there, and in this deposit
the gold exists. Truly a cup of Crajsus!
Through uutold ages the waters dropped
their glittering, burden, uud now man
comes and extracts the hoarded metal to
add to the wealth of the world.
Specimens of the ore from this strange
mlue bave been sent to the United States,
that tbey might be compared with the de
posits of the greut hot springs in our own
Yellowstone park. It was but natural to
suppose thut the Yellowstone springs bad
also a golden treonure In their cups, but
the most careful search by geologists has
thus fur failed to detect any truce of it.
The wntor pump of today is but an im
provement on a Grecian invention whicb
first cume into use during the reign of
Ptolemies Phlladelphos aud Kuergotus, 282
to 221 B. C. Tbe name, which is very sim
ilar in all languages, is derived from tbe
Creek word pempo, to send or throw.
It Is noted In London that the girls are
growing taller and the men shorter. The
explanation la that men smoke too much
and begiu the practice too young. It stops
their growth and Injures their health
while the girls grow tall, healthful aud
WEAK MEN your attention
MM its V.r4LLfe.U 'LKT TUB
Great English Romedy,
Cray's Epsciflc Medicine
IC vnil SIICPFR from Ner-
1IK4IWII1 um turn
illity, V eaknons of Body and Mind, hpormv
torrhea, and Impotet
orrnra. and ImDoteucy. ana an aiseasos tnai
and Impoteucy, and all dlseasos that
arise front over-Indulgonoe and iwlf -abuse as
Loss of Memory and Power, Dimness of Vis-
Ion. Premature 0,d Aire and mauv other dis
eases that lead to Insanity or Consumption
and an early irrave, wr'tofor a pamphlet.
Address GRAY MEDICiNK CO., Buffalo,
N. Y. The Hpeolflo Medicine Is sold by all
druiigists at t per package, or six pankaitee
for to,or sent by mall on receipt of money, and
with every $5.00 order PUARA'TKE
a cnre or money reruuuea.
tWOn account of counterfeits we have
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only (rena
me, boiu u scranton or oiauaews iirue.
jf- flANY .
usn beef-tea, Calfs-foot
. n , . i r
jelly, and vaHOUS Deei extracts
made by application of heat,
They contain no nutrition
whatever, and cannot restore
holds in solution the albu
moids and salts of lean raw
meat, prepared by a cold proc
ess, containing the life-sus-
; taming and tissue-building
properties of meat itself, yet
in the most condensed form.
Endorsed by 25,000 physicians.
For sale by all druggists.
THE OOV1N1NE CO., NEW YORK.
KT 13 THE BEST.
4-3.sp FINE GALF&KAtJGARQa
3.5? P0LICE.3 SOLES.
XJ jS''fx SEND FOR CATALOGUE
v BROCKTON, MA33.
You can save mnnrr by puixUailug VV . L.
Because, we urc tlie lurgrst manufacturers of
odvertiued bboes in tbe world, aud guarantee
the value by stumping the name anil price on
the bottom, which vrits you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy filling and
Wearing qualities. We bave tbem sold every,
where at lower prices for the value given tbaa
Buy other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Soli by
E. J. LEONARD.
Enoomso st this Hidmmt Mibioai Autoitic
zx o Liiiii'JL nnriLO
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onUerfnl boon tn hi,t.,mh
f rum Colds, SioreTbront,
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. In pneket,reajy to nnn on flrft lodlcatloD of cold,
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Falhl icUon enamntcod ormonoy refunded. Price,
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' CO cents. H. D, vmWL air., lano Knars. Midi.. D. 8. L
aTjra k jm: a w a
MfMTHT.I Tfe '"rest and safent remedr for
MIS-U I not. ail fk.ndlMouci, K.erna. UotTSsli
Jlhcum. old Sorei. Hums, Cuts. VVoudii-rul rem
edy forPII.KS. l'rlce, S5 ut. at lirut-D 4 1 F'
glim r h- mini prepaid. Adlreri nohOTC. DAlLt'
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Removes Freolclei, Pimple
Livtr Molei, Blsel-Vjit!,
Sunburn and Tc-i, aud r
stores the s::In to Its orli:i-
na newness, jnnaueug a'AO'yVV
clear aud hesllhy ccm-m piSVrU
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urugiihits, or mailed lor SOJa, ttud for Circular.
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rivnt Ua ili outlet. AbwJuvIr jure anil dUlMtely atcdl
ftd. At druvilim, PHpo 2j Cnls.
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For sate by Matthew Bros.
AT THE OLD DRPOT HOTEL.
Is prepared to receive summer boarders and
furnish rius for tourists to surrounding towns
and summer resorts.
- PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
ftLY Aon, rUNt nUUJ
in Blood Poison
P. P. P. purifies the blood, bnllds Op
the weak and achllilatod, gives
strengtu o wviiseaeil nerves, eipels
C-W- disetsoB.ffvlujr the patient health and
aapumteu wnere aioKnesa, Kiooniy
fHfflinvfl sad larsltnde flrit nrevaliatf.
For pruuary.stioundary and tertiary
syphilid, lor blood polsoninfr,. merou
rlal nolnon. malaria. dVHDenila. and
rTt- In all blood and akin diseases, like
blotehts, pimples, old obroulouloera,
tetter, scaid bead, belli, erysipelas.
W"" oonlruiUctiou.tLat P. p. p. la the best
aneT.iisiiaa n uisii
Jf3- blood eurlfler In the world, and makes
n all cases.
OP' ' and whose blood Is la an Impure oondl'
tioa. due to menstrual Irresularltles,
ZzT are peculiarly benettted by the won
eS ' dsrful toulo aud bluol cleaaslng prop-gi-'-t
ertlos of P. P. P. -Prickly Ash, Poke
Moot and Potassium.
S - MjMHMHMHHmHHHiM
. HpRiMOPincD, Mo,, AnK. 14th. 1893.
1 una speak in tbe hlshest terms of
Jour meaioiue irum my own personal
nowledire. I was afleated with bears
i.hb.i. lilenrter aud rheuniatlim fnr
fji - J)5 years, waa treated by the very best
pliylclns ana spent hundreds of dol
Uri. tried every anown remedy with
out flnillJR relief. I nave only taken
ene oottle of your P. P. P., and can
cheerfully aay It bas done me more
g-uod thaa anything I have ever taken.
V ....n ranAtniliend TOUr nifidlolDfft tA all
fj silllorerof the above dlaeeees.
, C ,lm MM. M. U, TMART.
vf gpr: jgneid, areen Oooaty, Uo.
i; The M Food
v.v a una ky ur m&itj
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Bank cf Scranton.
Thin bank offers to
facility warranted by their
as aud ri"loilltv.
ttpealal attention given to business
eouuU. Interest paid on time deposits.
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CliO. M. C ATLIN, Viixl'rf.ldens.
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William ConnelL Oooricfi IF. Catlln,
Alfmil Uand. Jnuins Arrhbnld, linry
lloltu, jr, Vllllaiu X utb- Luther
National Bank oHcrantoi
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BAMtrnr. Ilrvits, jamei M' EvmnAttT,
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13 ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED
. . t -I9
and Old Sores
. . . .
Are entirely rcinovea hj P.P.P.
-Prickly AKb, Poke Root and Potas
sium, the gruatost blood purifier on
AaanoFBS, O., Joly91,18!)l.
MariHS. Lli'F.MAN Baoe. , SavaDnah.
Oa. i Dear Sins I bouKhc a bottle of
your P. P. P. at Husmiiuir,Ark. ,aud , ijjt
It has aone me more cocci mnu inree
mom hs' treaiment at the Hot fipruss.
Hand three bottles O. O. D.
JAB. M. NEWTON,
Aberdeen, Brown Count , 0.
Capt. J. O. JolinMou.
To all vhom U mut tanttrni I here
by testify to the wonderful properties
ij testify t
if P. P. P.
P. P. P. lor eruptiuni ot tna sam. I .-i.
suffered for several years wli
riia an un
alKhtly and dlsarreeakle eruption on
Diy faoe. I trloil every known rene
dy bet In vnin, until P. P. P. was used,
r,H am nr. iv Aiitlpi,lv mirerl.
(Blauedby) J. D. JOHNSTON.
Skin Cancer Cored.
Texllmony from the Mayor of Stqu(n,TtX,
Bbqoik, Tst., January 14, 1993.
UUSBHB. IjIFFMAN UKUS.. DD.UUUU,
On. tir.ntltmmL bsva tried your P.
P. P. for a disease of the skin, usinlly
kniitvn u akin nnneer.of thirty rears
BtHUillnic, and found (Treat reflet: It m
purities the blood aud removes all lr- T
rltatlon from the sent or tne aieeaia
aud prevents any spreading of the
sore. I have tat en fireor sit bottles
and feel oonfldent that aeother course
will effeot a cure. It bas also relloved
me from Indigestion and stomach
troubles. Tfoura truly,
CAPT. w. M. Rt7T,
Attorney at Law.
Book od M Diseases Maliatl fisi
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DR. O. KDQAB DEAN lias removed to 010
Buruoe straat, boiuL.on, la. (.Oust op
posits ouurt-housa bquara )
D'i. A J. CONNELL. Oiiii M WsUingtoa
areuue, comer riiiuo struct, oyur
I'runcke s dmg blorei htxiUeuos, Vina st
On: bturs: 10.au to U a. tu. aud S to and
s toj.ju p. m.buuday, i to 3 pni
DK. W. fc Al.LKii," " Oitloe cor. Laoka
wuunaand W ashingtoa aroa. : over Leon
ard shut mmv; otike hours. 10 to 13 a, m, aud
" 1 v. m.: aveuiuus at reaideuce. DUN.
" aablugton ava.
DK.C.L. FKtSY. Practice Uuilted to Dl
asses of tbo Kys, Ear, Moso aud Throat;
uffloe, tst Wyoouug ava Kasidenca, W Vlua
DR. L.M. GATES. 1116 Wuahlugtoa Avenuj.
Ollko hours, S to S a.m.. l.JU to a aud
to 8 p.m. IluHiduuco 3oV Mudlsou avuuua
JOUiS L. WK.Nl'Z, M. D., Ohlcsi Si aud it I
OomuionwaaltU building; resldeuoe 711
Madison aye: otilce hours, li) to la i to 4. 7 tu
b; Huudays 2.90 to 4, evenluirs at resldonoa. A
specialty made of direasos ut the eye, ear, uoJ
aud throut aud gyneoology.
DK. KAY, sua FcuuAvo. ; 1 to U p.m ; cuU 21.'.
Dis.of women. ubsUtriea and ills, of cbil.
M. C. KANCK'S Law and Colliiction of
flee. No. U17 bnrnco it., onuoalta Forest
House. Bcrunton. la.: collectiuuaa Knecialtv
inrnUKUout i'onnyivauiu; rulluble corrospouu-
enia iu every county.
1 r-.-j.Ui'b fc I1A.1II. Attoi-MBVM and ('ullllHL't.
J lors at Law, Cotumnnwsaltb bulldiug,
n asuiugtoa av V. . U. J sssup,
KoHACB K. BARO,
W. H. JessuH, Jn.
V f uuva and Conimolors at
uoysand Connwiors at Law, Ktpublicaa
lmlldtpy, Wn'iliiiigtnn ave.. Sc'auton,
l 1'i'LKriiiiN' de WIU'Kit, Altoruoyj au.l
X Cnuuscllors at Law; otbees 0 aud t Library
Luuuiug. bcrautou, Fa.
Hohwbll H. PArriaso
William A. Wilcox.
LFKKD HAND, WILLlAilJ. HAND, At-
J i tornuys aud
building. Rooms 19, ft) and
r F. llDYLK, Atloruoy at-Law,Nos.lU aud
' 2U, Burr building, Waahiugton aveniio.
1IENKY JU. 8KKLY Law oBlcoa iu trice
A A building, I'M Wushlngton avuuue.
lKANK V. OKtLL, Attorney at Law. Kooia
Jr b. t'oal Exchangn. Keraistun, Pa
MIL'iO.V W. LUWKY, I Att'ys, 3 Washing-
t;ti.Vt).N ETOKl.'il, I ton av V. II. squat a.
IAMBS ff, OAKl'OKD, Attnrufty at Law
l rooms mi, 04 and 65, Commonwealth b'l'g.
W. KDUaR, Attorney at
k3 Ollice, SIT Spruce st
T A. WATUlifi.
Attorney at Law, 421
lj LackawBuna aue.. Mcr
IJ 1'. HMITH. ( onnsollor at Law. Ofllce,
J . roomi M, 66. M 0.l:itu..uwpHlth bnmlinz.
R. 1'U't lttrt, Attorney at Law, Com-
monwea.th builaiiiir. Hi'iauton, ra.
C. COilhY8. U rtururost.
I" B. KEi'LOULK, Attorney Loans neuo-
-r iiateaon real esvuo security, sua epruco.
V. K1LLAM, Attornev at-Law, Ul Wy
O ton. l'a., pr
THE LACKAWANNA Scran.
ton, l'a., prepares boys sud girls forcollogs
or buuino.u: thoroughly traius young children.
Catalogue at reyueot.
Rev. Thomas M. Can
WALTKK h. BUEI.L.
aflSW WORCESTER'S K1NDERUART12N
i.H and cbooU 412 Adams aveuuo. f uplls
rc-cntved at all times.
l(.it term will open
Di.N I IjiT
C. LAUBACU, burgeon Dentist, Ko, 115
If. M. l-'l HATToN. nftlf. r-..l FT-h-.n"(..
'pUE KEPCB1.1U Savings nnd Loan Asso
I ciatlou will lo.in von m mny on easior terms
and pay you better ou iuvostmunt than any
olhiT assod ition. Call on S. N. CALLI.N
I'FR. r)iti" Hunk Imlliiiti"
CLARK ft CO.. Seedsmen. KloriBts
and Nurserymen; sti.ro 14(1 Washington
avenue: prcjn buuse,ljjl Korxh Main avouua;
f torn telpnlion.
OH AND UNIO.V TEA t'O.. Jonm Bros.
FOS. KUETTEL, 6i5 Lackawanna arena
Scranton. Pa., msT'iifr nf Wir Scren-
HOTELS AMI R KM' A U HANTS.
fIUE WESTMINbTER, 217-219 Wyominij
X nve. Booms hvuted witb stoain: ail mtd
e:n Improvements. C. III. TmmAW, Prop.
THE ELK CAFE, 15 and 1!
. one. Bates ruasunable.
P. 2ir(ilgr. Proprietor.
LbljlusTm HOi EU
W. O. SCHliNCK. Manaimr.
Sixteenth street; one block cut of Broadway,
at Union Square, New York.
American plan, Ji50 per day and upward.
-OYNE HOUSE. Euroi.eau plan; Vood
rooms. ji"ju oay anu uikqu car sup.
plied witn tbe
P. H. roYNE. ProprletOT.
OCBANTOS HOUSE, near U.
MWOT. u., u v . )Ha
kJ seuger depot
lonuuctt a ou tne European
V 1 ctiih K 0011. Proprietor,
AIU ullhl is.
1AV1S & UOUPT, Architects. Rooms 24,
and 20 Commonwealth P'M"R, Scranton.
L. WALTER, Arihitct Ofllce, tear of
iVtt aslilli. ton avenus.
L. BKUWN. Ar-h B. Architect Price
biuldmir.iai Vaaliinirton Ave., Scranton.
OBCHE.-TBA - MUHIO
X) balls, pionios,
nartlea. receDtiona. wml-
dines and ooncort work furnlshod. For terras
mlilrAtui K. J. Tlaunr. nandnntnr. 117 Wrranlno
- - .... ; - . m
sve., over nuioert s music store.
TJORTON D. SVVART8 WHOLESALE
IX lumber, Price building Scranton, Pa.
MLUARUEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 1J0 Washington ave., Scranton,
TTOKSKS AND CABRIAUES FOR
11 ut UoJ Lapousa fveuue.
D. L. FOOTF. Aeent
TKANK P. tBUW'N A CO.. WHOLE
1 sale dealers in W oodware, Cordage and
uii (jicrti, ii.u w. LacKawanu avenue.
Mannfactnrera ot the Celebratel
100.000 Bbla. Per Annum,
Ladlos Who Valuo
A refined oomplexlon most nse Poxsonl's VowA
der. It produces a aoft and beautiful skin.
E. Robinson's Sons
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Autbraolta ooal used exoluslvalv. lnmrlni
cleaulluess and comfort.
Hill TABLK I BTIC-r MAT 20, 1804.
Trains leave Boranton for Plttntnn. Wllkno.
8. 0, (M, 7 ii, 11.06 p. m. Kunduys, D.UU a. in,
1.00, 8.15, 7.10 p. m.
ror a lautio uiy, o.eu a. m.
Kor New Y'ork. Newark and Ellzaheth. A 59
(express) a. m 12.60 (oxprosa with Bull'il
parlor car), 8.30 (cxpresaj p. in. Sunday, U. 11
ron siAucn unrNK, ali.entown, Ukthlh
ni:n, Eahtoh aud Puiladli.piiia, H.JU a. m..
12.60, 3.8(1, 6.00 (exoopt fhiladelpnlui p. m.
Sunday, 15.16 p. m.
For Lono BiiAitrn. OcEk Onovu. nfyi. .t
8.20 (with tbrougn car) a. m 12.10 p. m.
ror neuaiug. Lsuanon and tlarrlsburg, via
Alleutown, B.a) a. m., 12.50, 6.00, p.m. Sunday,
2.16 p. m.
ror l'ottsviue, B.2Ua. m., 12.00 p. m.
Ruturnlinr. leavs New York, fout of Llhnrts
street, North river, at ItlO (express) a. m..
Liu, 1,'JU, 4.;l (express with Butfot parlor carl
i. m. tjunday, 4.80 a. m.
i.eave f niiiidelplila, Reading Terminal, D.JJ
a. m., 1J.0U mid p. m. Hunday, (1.27 a. m.
Through tickets to all Dninta at lowest rati)
may bo had on application in advance to the
tlckot agent at the station.
U. Y. BALDWIN,
Gen. PaqA. AianL
J. a OLHAIT8KS,
DELAWARE AND HUD.
3d, all tiainswill arriveand
depart Irum the new Lack
awuuua avuuuo atutioa as
T Trains will losve Boran
ton station for C'arbondula
and intermediate points nl
2.20. 6.46, 7 00, 8 2i aud 11J.1U
n.m , 12.00, 2,30, 8.66, 0.16,0.16, 7.6, V.10 aul
Kor 1'nrvluw, Way mart and Honosdale at
7.00 8.26 aud 10.10 a.m., 12.00,2.i0 and 6.16 p. m.
F. r Aibuuv. Saratoga, the Adirouduckaaul
llo tn-al ut 51) a m. uud 2,20 p.m.
Kor Wilkes-lisrro and intermodlato polntl
at 7.46, 8 46. V M aud 10 46 a.m., 12.06, 1.20, ti
4.IH. 6.10, U.06. U.16 aud 11.8 p.m.
TraiiiH will arriye ut Wcruntou Station from
f arbondale and intermediate points at 7 40,
H.40, V.84 nud 10.40 a m., 1210, 1.17, 2.34, aiO,
4 61, i a, 7.46, U.ll and 11. aj p.m.
From Honendalu, Waymurt and Fsrview at
9.34 a.m.., 12.00, 1.17, 8.40. 6.65 and 7.46 p.m,
From Montreal, fcuratoga, Albany, otc, at
4.64 and 11.6.'! p.m. .
from ' tlken-llarro and Intermmllato points
at 2 16. H Oi. lui and 11 66 a.m., 1 10, 2,14,
6.10, 0.08, 7.2J, 0.0J aud 1L10 p.m.
.MAV 18, iMi.
Train leavos Scranton for Phlladolnhla and
New York via. D. & U. R H. at 7.45 a.m., 12.0
2.88 ond 11.3S p. m. via D., LiiW, K, R., 0.00,
8.08, 11.20 a.m., and 1.80 p. m.
Leave Scrauton for Pittston and Wilkst
Barre, via D., L. & W. li. R.. ti.00, 8.08. 11.2J
m.. 1.80, a50. 6.07. 8.50 d. m.
Leave Hcranton for Whits Haven, Hazlotou,
Pottxville and all nointa on
via E. & W.
Meadow aud ruttsvillo branches,
40a.m. .via D. Ot H.H R. at 7.45a.m.. 12.0S.
i. U p.m., vis D., L. & W. R. B, li.00, S.0J,
11.20 a.m., 1.30, &5Up.m.
Leave bcrunton for Bothlehem. Eastnn.
Roadina. Harrlsburz and all Intermedial
polnto via D.& H.H.K. 7.45 a.m., 12.01, ft;, ltsj
p.m., via D., h, tt W. B. B.,(i.U0,e.ua, lLUO a. in.,
Leave Scran ton (or Tnnkhannoclr. Towanii.
Ehnlra, Ithaca, (iuneva and all lntermodlatu
oomts Yin l). & H. B.HJ.Ci a.m..U Uj and 11. 3S
p. m.,vi D. L. 3c W. B. B., 8.01 .in.,l.:W p. m.
trfiave scranton lot H icnoster, Buffalo, M
sgara Falls, Detroit, Chicairo and all nolnti
west viaO. Ss H. It. R., . a-rn., 12.05,22.214.171.124
p. m., via t. L. & W. R. B. and Pittsto i
Junctiou, &0S a.ui , 1J0, 8.5u p. m.. via E. & W.
B.A., S.41 p. ni.
For Elin ra and tns west via Falamanei v a
T). it H. H. R. a,m 1.05,0.03 p. ra.. via U..
L. & W. K.K., ,8.08 a.m., l.:and e.'J7 p. m.
Pullman tarlor nnd sleenlnir or L. V. chair
cars ou all trains between L. & B. Junction or
Wilkes-Barro and New York, Philadelphia,
liuilalo and Suspension Brides.
KOLLI.N H. WILBUR, Gen. Snpt
CHAS. S. LKE. (ten. Pass. Aa't. Phila..Pa.
A.W.NONrNEMACHER.Aas't aen.Poss. Ag't,
boutn Woinieliuin, fa,
XJ WESTERN RAJ i ROAD.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for 1 ew Vork and ah poiuts East, 1.4U, aS.50L
6.15, 8.0Jaud s.5ua. m.; IJ f and 3.50 p, m.
Lzpress lur tuston, irenton. rnuaueipnia
and the South, 6.13, b.00 and a. m.; U&l
and 3.50 p. m.
Wasmngton anu way staiions, o.oo p. io.
Tobyhauna aocommodetlon, B1U p.m.
Expr ss for filu,hamton, Osweso, Elmlra,
Corning, Bath. Dansvllle, Mount Morris and
Buffalo. 12.10, 216 a. rn. and 1.21 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points in the
West, Northwest and Southwest.
Both accommodation, a. m.
Blnghnmton and way stations, 12.37 p. ra,
N icuol.on acoummoduUou, at 4 p. m. ant
6.10 d. m.
Binghamton and Elmlra Express, 6.05 p. m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
rjtlca and Richfield Springs, lie a. m. and Lit
Ithaca, 2 11 and Bath 9 a. m. and 121 p. ra.
Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Danville, making
close oouneutlons at Northumberland for
YiIlimlirt, Bamsbuxg, Baltimore, V7asu
lugton aod the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate stations,
OJW, V (w a. m. and 180 ond 6.07 p. m.
Nantlcojte ana intermediate stations, 8.0s
and U.ai a. m Plymouth and lntermediati
stations, 8ii)and 8.4J p. rn. , . ,,
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
XFor "etaSedinf ormatton, pocket time toblos,
etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, oity ticket loffloe,
iUo Lackawanna avenuo, or depot ticket oaice,
WY0M1N3 VALLE? KAIli
ill 1.0 AU
Tvoinu i..ava Rerantnn for New York and In
termediate points on the Erie railroad at 6.:i
a. in. aud 0.24 p. m. Also lor Honosdale.
liawley and local points at 4 35, 9.1 j a. m aud
8.!ll p.m. .
Ail ths uliove ure through trains to and
An additional train leaves Soranton for
Lake Ariel at 6.10 p.m. and arrives at Scran
ton from tho Lake at 8 26 a m and 7.45 p.m.
. Trains loavo for Wilkes-Barre at 4.40 a. m.
and 6.41 p. m.
In FnVct June S lib, I Sill.
iOi e 04 200
(Trains Pally, Kx.
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1 101 1 (IU .
7 6- ,11! 66 .
7 51 11! '6 .
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7 H3 IS 1 S 10 01
8 0 6 0j
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11 ! 9 48
49; 9 SS
T W 1 84l 6 81
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11 93 9 01
11 18 8 5.-I
7 41 8 U
11 II 8 60
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641 4ffli 6 07
11 07, 644
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8 H U
8 rati 17
10 56, 8 l
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All trains run dully except Sunday.
t. slfullles that trains stop ou signal for pas
Bonders. , .
x ecure rates via Ontario Western before
riiirchlnfr tickets tad save money. Caj anil
lilhgt Express to the West.
J.O. Andorson, Gun. Pass. Ajt,
1, mtcrott! Dir. raas, Agt. Bcranton, Pk.
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