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THE SCRANTON TKIBTTNE MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1894.
' Aeoflrding to Saward thera &r abont
lirty-five eleotrlo loeomotlrei in bu
jssful operation. Among these be
mentions the following of interest to
Tho West Ridge Coal company, Green ;
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iipeued, and bas a tbin seam. It is pro-
; losed to use electric haulage here to bring
' be coal from the chambers to the main
gangway, which is to be operated as a
gravity plane, Ono of the small locc
cotives (sixteen horse-power) aud 135
horse-power generator ure now at the
Erie colliery, Hillsdale Coal and Iron
iwnpany. This plant was one of the first,
:f not the first, successful electric mine
I i Tl 1 , .....K.... i J
.0,ruvs. was 'I
liorse-powor generator aud locomotive.
. Vbout 5,800 feet of track has been equipped
.vith trolley. The usual trip is fifteen
:ars, weighing (loaded) about y.OOO pouuds
nftph wiion n,nlMR wora nsod the aver-
age number of cars hauled per day was
i.0(i. With the locomotive the average
number hauled is 5'ja
The Mount Lookout Coal company, ; hav8 not hve now t0 opportunity to try
Wyoming Pa. This plant, which has ro- j it Vle LM 0 the advertised Druggist
oeutlyboeu insUllod, consists of one 135 j got R Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
lorse-power generator, one ,500-pouiia , ,1(ullB Bml 0li,iruiH to U. E. Uucklon & Co.,
draw bar pull locomotive, one l.oOO-pouna , ciiicnso, aud gut a aamplo box of Dr.
ilraw bar pull locomotive, and one olio-gal-, King's New Life Pills, 1'rco, as well as a
on duulex piston pump, fbosa , locpnio- . C0Jly ot Gm(la to Iloulth and Hou-iehold
Ives work on opposite sides or the sliatt. i instructor, Free. All of which is guaran
They have hardly been m operation long ; teo(. todo you g00(1 RnJ c(Mt you nothing,
inough to furnish ligures as to their per- , jiatthews Bros. Drugstore.
.'oriuiiuce. They are, however, handling i "
.vith ease all the coal brought to them.
This plant Is a model one in every respect,
;he power house being ot very substantial
.haracter, together with tho lino and
.rack. All of the machinery is of the
'.atest typo. Anyone wishing to iuvestt
:;ato tho merits of electria mining would
,lnd this a good place to visit.
Forest City colliery, Hillside Coal and
Iron company, Forest City, Pa. There
:iro two 4,500-pound draw bar pull loco
motives and two b5-horse power genera
tors here. There is also a small pump,
operated from the same circuit. Oue ot
uese locomotives is usod to haul coal to
".he sbaft.and the Other, in the seam above,
.vorks in the Jslope. In the lower seam
ibont 8,500 f et . track is equipped. Koads
ire uealy level, with two exceptions, ono
being a grade uf 2 per cent, to 8 per cunt.
;'or 1)30 feot, and the othor a grad j of 8a'
ie r cent. 150 feet long on a curvo of 50 feet
adius, on which the locomotive has to
tart its trip. The usual trip is 15 curs of
,0u0 pouudB euch. The locomotive has
Imndled on tests 33 cars, though at present
.his is unnecessary, as all coal now mined
.an be tnken out in 15-car trip. At pres
ent the average day's work is oil cars aud
ho average tun 30 miles, accordiug to tho
: eport of Mr. Caryl, the mine foreman.
To obviate the danger incurred by
lersons who ride ou freight trains
.vitbout nny right to do bo, the Penn
sylvania Railroad company has organ
zed a system of police patrol aloDg its
ines mid arrest every person found un
' awfully riding on freight traius. The
eport for the past two months show
hat on an average of one person is
tilled every day. Most ot tboiu are
young men riding ou freight trains
rom one town to another, with no
"I scarcely know what will be done
with the large number of men it may
x'corae necessary to arrest," said an
'fiicial of the Middle division to a
Jarrisburg Patriot reporter the other
lay. "I am hopeful that we shall be
ible to break the thing up without go
ng very iar along this line. We are not
noved by any inconvenience 'to our
lei ves but because we are horrified at the
lumber of lives which have reoently
;eeu lost. It bas not been so very long
go that we were not bothered much
vith persons getting on our freights.
Indeed, we Bhould not wind it now if
t were not that so many are killed. If
vo can only get these trespassors, many
.if whom are respectably connected,
iroused to the. barm of the thing so
.hat it will stop, we shall feel more
u.tisfaction in the lives that are saved
ban in auy inconvenience that may ire
iult to tbe railroad." Drovers in charge
of stock ears are now required to have
lasses. Callers will not tbe furnished
irders unless they are obliged to go a
.reat distance. Freight conductors
i ml trainmen will be held responsible
or all persons round on their trains
,vho have no right to be there.
The Potts ville Miners' Journal thus
peaks of a well-known Sorantonian:
'Charles II. Acker, wbo has bnen eon-
lected with the Hiutra' Journal in tbe
lual capacity of business manager and
id i tor, bas resigned and accepted a po
sition in tbe office of tbe general mana
rer of the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western railroad. Mr. Acker will as
iivae tbe duties of bis now office next
Monday, and will be located at Scran
ton. ( He came here from Kingston,
Pa., fonr and a half years ago, and be'
!iiue the bnsiness manager of the Jour
.ial when the paper passed into tbe
lands of Frank Hill. Durd S. Patterson
md A, D. V. Smith. Aftor tbe paper
went DacK to tne original owner, D rank
Carter, about two years ago, Mr. Acker
continued in the business office, and
about year ago be took tip the
editorial cares of the plant in conjunc
tion Xvith his otber duties. Mr. Acker
possesses'tine literary attainments and
rare business tact and is a gentleman
t most pleasing address, lie bas made
many friends during bis residence in
Pottsville and they will take leave of
htm with hearts filled vith regroL His
Family will remain here for tbe prea-
mt. . Mr. Acker was a former em
ploye of tbe Delaware, Lackawanna
tnd Western, and when a letter an
nouncing the fact that be had quit the
Journal reached the general manager
in Wednesday the latter at once replied
ina me next day a letter came offering
the position referred to. Nothing
;ouiu oeiier illustrate, tbe High nppre
Nation which this official holds for Mr
According to this year's Voar't man.
nnl, the total railway rnileasa in tbe
United ,' States is 177.753, au average
in the year of, 2,049 miles. On tbe
'oasis of 175 441 miles the liabilities are
$1 1,444, 808, 802, of which $0 570,202,013
ure bonds and !) 089.032.004 stocks
The assets are $11,855 1)RH m n
issets over liabilities of $112,070,274.
?or 1893 earnings of all roads were $1 .
;J23.618. 200; expenss, 858,027.18l! net
1-364,591,100; other reoeipts. $111,2S8,
182; total net revenue, $475,880,041; in
;erestod bonds, $230,610,204; other in
erest, $7,123 240 dividends, $95,327,
381; rentals, $03,712,808; miscellaneous,
!J38.288,701; total payments, $15,078,810;
ixcess of revenue over payments, $30,.
1101,201. Gross earningsiof 175.541 miles
re $1,208,641,498; against $1,100,036 -HO
Net esrninis were $358,048,018,
"gainst $352,817,405 Interest pay.
;nents were $230,755,805, against $229,
!)C0,202. Dividends paid were $93,537,
081,' against $93,802,413. Th surplus
"vas $20,025,542, against $41,613,275
.'tooR, Industrial Notes:. . .
Thomas Mooney, of Lnrerne borough,
having resigned as inside foreman at the
.larry E colliery, Daniel H, Snllivau has
laken his place,
The Boston and Maine directors have
declared a semi-annual dividend of 8 par
lent, its business, tbe directors say, Justl-
tying snch'a dividend. The passenger
business of New England rosds the last
four months is reported to have been un
Tuore is now ready for shipment at
Peoria and Pekln 000 car loads of whiskey,
and by next week it will be moving to the
The pay of passenger conductors on the
Lehigh Valley road bos been advanced
from SJ.25 to J3.00 per day, and the payor
brnkemau 20 cents a day ou certain trains.
There now arrive and dopurt at the
union Btation, Chicago, 148 trains per day.
The Btation is used by the Pittsburg. Fort
VVHVnA nnrt Mtiicnffft fhA ranuaauiUk iuo
Chicago, Burlington aud Quiucy and the
I 'lit..,. 1 Al...
E. P. Wilbur, president of the Lehigh
Valley rsilroad, was asked on Thursday if
ths company woulil declare a dividend in
October, aud in reply suid: "Tliut's pretty
hard to auswor; we meet next month to
discuss that question. I a dividend is not
earned It won't be declared."
S. Van Wickle & Co. have awarded to
Henrv Kinrr. of Schuylkill county, ths
contract of bnildlug the Beaver Meadow,
Treskow and New lioston railroad. This
line will extend from
lleavor iloauow to
Now Huston, At the hitter point it will
connect with the Pennsylvania system.
Conuections will be made with allot Van
Wickle & CV'a colleries.
Those who have usod Dr. King's Now
Discovery know its value, aud those who
FINANCIAl AND COMMERCIAL.
Stocks and Bondi.
New York. Ane. IS. Looking back at
the w eek's market at the Stock Exchange,
it is seen that tho prediction of bull opera
tors that a settlement ol tue tunu ques
tion would rovive speculation was not far
out of the way. Au increase of nearly
000,000 shares as compared with the pre
vious wees tooa piace, wuno quoiuuuus
registered a gain of 1 to 7 poiuts. It
should be addid that the market was
strongest at the close. An idea may be
gathered of tho interest taken id the cur
rent speculation wucn it is eiuieu ima
f l.MT.OOO bonds changed hands durlm? tlie
two hours of buaiiiBss, as well as 107.J15
shares of stocks. The increased business
wus accompanied by higher prices, especi
ally in the railroad list aud American
Suuar. lu the railroads the grangers were
couspicuo.us, scoriug their highest figures
for a loug time.
Tao lmnroveniont in tne railway list
ranged from 1 to the grangers leading.
In tuo HKiustnuu Migr oouiuica up irom
lOSii to 110!i and cloipd at 110";. Ameri
can Tobacco sold up to !IS. Cotton Oil
preforred V. General Eloctric VA&Vl.
Chicago tius to 6. There wore nearly
24,000 snares ot Distillers tradod lu today
at lta20s'al(Jjaiyx. Near the close tho
general market realizations receded frac
tionally, but lu the Dual traumg specula
tion was Btroug. Pricos showed again for
the day of to 1 per ccut., Sugar lead
ing. I'nfl followinij coinpioto taole snowing the
day's fluctuations in active stocks is supplied
sua revised dully by LoBar & I'uller, stock
brokers, 1-1 i ruialua avenue:
Opon- Hicth- Low Cloi-
inn. est. est. ine.
.. DuM wi m a4
..io-V(i iio; lusNi ntu
.. m 62 BW M
Am. Cot. Oil.,
Am BuKar. ..,
On. N. J
Chic & N. W HiiV'i
()., B. & Q 7
Chic. Oas. V
C.,0. (.'. & St. L.... 3)i
Col.. llock.V al. X.
D. & U.
. HI I
IJ., L. & W...
(i. E. Co
L. & N.
N. Y.(sN. E iry
N. Y. Central 10U&
N. V., O. & W 174
N. Y.. 8. & W lWJ
J. S. C. Co
North Pac 4
North Pac. pt V,i
Iioek Island tu-J4
T..C. & 1 U'4
Texas & Pac W'd
Union l'arillc WfcJ
Wabash pf Hi!
W. &L. E.pfd.,
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
ScnANTow, Aug. IS. The following quota
tions are Hiippliad and corrected dally by Lv
liar & fuller, stock brokern.121 Wyomtni ave
Sept. Deo. May.
MM f)7li (il?S
f.f'l K!i l
6:i.lr, Mil liiafi
L&H ml Wi
tvi sm k
6;i?2 filWi 6'J'4
O-M A 515b
an .... mk
M .... 34'4
2l'M .... l
New York Frcduct Market
New Yona, Aug. 18.-Flour Weak,
WliKAT-Dull, lower; No. 3 rod, store
nnu elevator, &ti;gau7o.; nlloat, M'o ;
f. 0. b., 67a58c: ungraded red, 50a57Xc:
No. 1 northern, 04c,; options were dull
aud closed steady at yc. undr yesterday
win ouiy local iraao; iseptomDf r and Uu-
cemDer moBt nctivo: sales iucludea No.
red, closing: Ausust, Wc; September,
57c.;Octobor, 0Xo.; December, CUKo,;
conn Dull.c. lower, steady; No.2, 61c;
elovator: Glc. nlloat: ontioua wnm dull
weak and KnJtfc. lower; ilav most active;
August, B'J Vc; September, 68c: Octobor,
57ic.; Docembor, 6rc.; Way, Mc.
Oats Dull, lower; options dull, ao.
lower; August, 83;c; Septomher, 34;,4o.;
October, Ji44C.; spot price?, No A iUn
3io.t No. 2 whit. a7K37?4a; No. 2 Chi
cago, 84o3lo.; No. 3, 3;ic.t No. D white,
iiOc; mixed western, 84u3Cc; white do
3h44c; white state, 3Ga44c.
IlKKF Quiet, stoady; family, 10al2; ex
tra mess, $Ha8.50.
Bkef Hams Firm: quiot, t".S0.
Tikiices Ubkk Stoady, quiet; city extra
India mow, $15al7.
Cut AIeath Firm, quiot; pickled bellies,
12 pouuds, 8Xc; pickled shoulilors, Cc;
pickled hams, llaiac; middles nominal,
Laud Dull, steady; western steam,
J7.K5; city, 7j4a7;c.: September, ti.00; re
flnod, easy; coutinent,$8.i!5; South America,
&S.50; compound, 60,
Pork More active; ' mess, $15al5.25;
extra primp, 1131113.50.
BurxEn-Fairly active, firmer; state
dairy, Ma23c: do. creamery, 1724c:
Pennsylvania, do. creamery, 17a2e-; Penn
aylvnnla do., 17a25c; western dairy, 13a
Hie: do. creamery, 15a24a; do. factory,
lSalSJc; elgins, 2-lo.j Imitation creamery,
Chkkbb Firm, quiet; state, lsrga, 7a
0,Vc; fancy, flo.; do. small, 7aU5io.;
part skims, aadc. ! full Bkims, 2a3c.
Eoas Firm, good demand; state and
Pennsylvania, 17Wal8c; ice house, 15)a
IGo.; western fresh, 10al7ko, ; do., per case
Philadelphia Tallow Jffarkst.
Pbiladblphia. Aug. 18. Tallow was
firm with small supplies. Prices were:
' ' I . v .
Prime city in hogsheads, prime,
country, in barrels, 4a4c; do. dark in
barrels, cakes, ic; grease, Bc
. Nursery Methods In Universities.
The new university can cut itself loose
from tbo time worn English collego curric
ulum and its much patched American
cquivalout, with its system of favored
studies and false incentives. It can give to
each line ot work tho timo and freedom lb
needs, thus leaving nil questions of the
relative valuo of studies to bo settled bj
the student for himself. Tho now school
can treat Its students as men, and not as
children. The nursery Bhould cease whore
the university begins, and the university
student should not do his work In the
child's fear of "tho rod behind the mirror."
The new school can rest its impulse for
work on the desire for knowledge, the
eternal "hunger and thirst which only the
student knows," tho only basis on which
scholarship can rest.
Marks, honors, prizes, degrees even, are
incentives which 'belong to the nursery
days. Thoy date from the time when the
youth of tho aristocracy mustbo coaxed or
driven to a resomblnce of culture. All
these things aro forms, and forms only, aud
tho snbstanco of our higher education Is
fast outgrowing them. Collego marks,
college honors, college courses, college de
grees, the college itself as distinguished
from the university on the one hand nnd
tho publio school on tho other nil these
belong with the collego cap and gown, and
the wreath of lnurel berries to the baby
hood of culture. They are part of onr in
heritance of tho past, from tho timo when
scholarship was not manhood, when the
lifo of tho student had no relation to tho
life of tho world. David S. Jordan in
Reaction lu Goodness,
Quite too little is made ot tho law of
action and reaction in tho study of human
nature. The very best ellorts that can bo
put forth for virtue load to eufecblemeiit
i and exhaustion, and so the chances nro
thero will bo a temporary lapso into tho
vulgarityof vice. "It is a dangerous thing,"
says Dr. Holmes, "to bo as funny as you
can." It is, I say, dangerous to bo as good
ob you can. Don't you touch a minister
after be has preached a really noble ser
mon. Don't cross hi ml Don't criticise
himl He is exhausted of goodness nnd
will be surely soured, or else depressed and
disheartened by your adversenoss. I ex
pect he will say things very unpleasant
and quite out of harmony with his dis
course. I should not bo surprised if ho was at
once in a rago, and made you give up all
your good opinion to him as a holy man.
Oh, iiel You are unjust. The man is suf
fering reaction. You nsk too much. You
expect him to bo ideally right all tho time,
whereas by tho law of nature he must be
lacking in common senso a part of each
day. You require too much of him. Others
turn on you in the same way, and so there
is great discord that is caused by our not
understanding how to judgo human na
ture. St. Louis Globo-Democrat,
Tue first trial of Dr. Wood's Norway
Piue fcyrup will satisfy anyone that the
lung-healiug virtue of the piue tree ban
now been reflnod into an effective aud
convenient cough medicine, bold by all
dealers on a guarantee of satisfaction.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorta,
When she was a Child, she cried for Coitorla.
When Eho beeamo Miss, she clung to Castorla,
When she bad Children, she gave them Castor!
For nearly fifty years this wonderful rem
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md inciting to renewed and increased vigor
tho slumbering vitality of the physical struc
ture, and through this cealthtul stimulation
tnd increased action the cause ot tho PAIN
lu driven away and a natural condition re
stored. It is thus that thy HEADY RKLIEF
in so admirably ad up tod for the CURE OF
PAIN and without tho risk of injury which
is euro to result from the uso of many of tue
so-called pain remedies of the day.
In using medicines to stop pain we should
ivold such as inlhot injury on tho system.
Opium, Morphine, Ether.Oicalne and Chloral
stop pain by destroying 1110 senso of percep
tion, when tho patlont losos tho power of
foellnu. Ibis is the most destructive prac
tice; It masks the symptoms, shuts up, and,
instead of removing trouble, breaks down
tho stomach, liver and bowels, and, if con
tinued for a length o( timo, kills tho nerves
end produces local or general paralysis.
Thero Is no nocosstty for using tbiim un
certain intents when a positive remedy like
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most exoruclatimj pain quicker, without en
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A half to a teoSDOonful of Ready Roliof in
a half tumbler of water, repeated as often
as tbo disr-hurKes continue, and a Hannol sat
urated with Koady lteliof placed over ths
stoinnch and bowels, will afford immediate
relief and to.in effect a cure.
A half to a teaspoonful in half a tumblor of
water will In a few minutes cure Cramps,
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If pooplo expose! to it will every morning,
on getting out of bod, take twenty or thirty
drops of the Heady Roliof in water, and est,
say, a cracker, thoy will esoapo attacks. This
must bo done beforo going out.
Thero is not a remedial anAnt in tho world
that will euro Fovor and Aguo and all other
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symptoms of Dyspepsia disappear, and with
tliera tho liability of tbe srstmn to contract
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dlroctions,and observe what we say oi ''Falsa
aud True." rospeotlng diet.
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Fan and the Monkey.
A gentleman who held a judicial posi
tion in India tells this story:
I was a magistrate in those days, and
Fan, a favorite dog of mine, always went
to court witb me aud sat on a chair by my
side. I bad a tame monkey, too, which
Fan was very fond Of. I used to couplo
them together, and they played about tbe
grounds very happily.
One day I expected some frlonds to
luncheon. I was lu court, and somehow
or ot her I had left Fan at home that day.
As I was rather late at my work, my
friends arrived before I came homo, aud
seeing Fan, thoy dressed tho monkey up in
his red jacket aud blue trousers, and fas
tening his chain around the dog's ueck,
with a card tied around it, on which was
written, "Mulligatawny is getting cold,"
told Fan to go to her master.
Well, Fan set off, the monkey running
by her side and trying in vain to hold her
back by banging to the chain. I was busy
writing down tho evidence, and took no
notice of Fan jumping up into her usual
position upon the chair, not oven looking
at her, but my attention was soon attracted
by tho monkey, who, in full uniform, seat
ed himself ou my table nnd put oue band
into tho Ink, while with tho other ho seized
the pen I was writing with, to my conster
nation and to the amusement of tho crowds
of natives with which tho court was
thronged. I need not say I was obliged to
adjourn tho court after that and go off to
tillln, which, you know, is tho India term
for lunch. Jow York Advertiser.
Old English Tavern Customs.
Tho custom of naming different rooms is
familiar to nil who havorcud our Eliza
bethan writers. Who does not at onco re
call thoso immortal scenes at tho "Donr's
Head" in which that magnificent old
scoundrel Jack Falstaff played so promi
nent a partf llow the madcap princo and
companion Polns so sadly perplexed tho
unfortunate Francis with bis everlasting
"Anon, anon, sir," and his interjected or
ders to "Look down into tho Pofliegran
ato." It was customary, it seems, to have
small windows or loopholos between tho
various apartments, for what reason It
were perhaps hard to say, unless to facili
tate that interchange of compliments cus
tomary between parties who were using
different chambers in tho same tavern.
These courtesies usually took tho form
of tho present of n piece of sugar wrapped
up in white paper, which tho waiters kept
ready to hand. Ouf forefathers were fond of
correcting the acidity of their wino by this
addition, and it was quito the correct
thing to send by tho drawer one of theso
packets to the neighboring apartments if
nny friends or acquaintances wore there.
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SEND FOR CATALOGUE
You can save money by purchasing W. L.
UCVausc, n,c luc imgcst luuuuiullULCin ui
advertised shoes in the world, aud guarantee
the value by stamping the name and
the bottom, which
protects vou against bich
prices and the middleman's prolits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every,
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, wc can. bold by
E. J. LEONARD.
ENDORfitO T TMt HlOMtlT MtDIMl AuTMOftlTItt
(i-M Jl IlLHIIUlllir
BTt . TnIS MENTQOt
5t? IWAMin will euro you. A
R7I Jwv-womlorfiil Lonn to sufTuren
, immtillattrrUrl. Anefllclent
. - remeiiv, convenlrnt to carry
In poeltet, ready to ntn on Urpt lndlcstlon of eold.
I'nnilniied I to KiTecls I'ormunrnt Cure.
PntlMraeUoniniaranteed or money refnndnil. I'rlee,
f. els. 'Irml free at Untwists. Kcglstcrod mall.
U) coma. H. D. ClisnUiH, kfr., Three Ritora, ILii., D. S. 1.
rjirWTrfDI Tl!0 "rc"' ""d safest remedy for
iiik.ll inut ai KklndKssBcs, Krtnma, lieb.flult
Hhonm.nlil f ires, lliirnn, Cms. Wondei-ful rum
i us1""'1" ''"
ifny inr s-iitLR. j rioe, ft cts. nt ilniu- El a I lit
For sale by Matthovvj llros. and John
i Osiiiplesisfl Prosenrsd
I DR. HEBRA'3
Removes FrooMes, Plrsploi.
Liver Moles libclihoaili,
Sunburn aud Tan, and re
Inrra thn ftlfln to lift oriel-
no! ficihntsi)), producuis a
Clear aua ncaiuiy eora-ivM". Jjiivv-'
plexlon. Superior to all faeo . ;-' 7
prepamtioris and perfectly harmle";. At all
liruEglsts, or mailed lor iiOcis. Bend lor Circular.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP 'tai'ly IiwdvsM u a
pkln ruriltlDR Hasp, aacuuntad fbr His tolli't, uid wlthfMtt a
rival lui tiw nursery. Jlfuolut'lr Jro aa (Ullsil nwU
mod. At drulit, Price 23 Cenia.
G. C. BITTNERA. CO., Toledo, O.
l'or sale by Matthew llros. and John
European Plan. Flrst-elom Bar attaehaS.
Depot lor liergner A Bagel's Tannhnuaor
ILL Cor, 15tb and Flkrt Ptiiladi
Moatdrslrabls for resldanta of N.E. Ponn
ylvanla. All eenveutenoes for travelers
to and from Broad Street atatlou and tha
Twelfth and Markat Htret statlou. De
sirable for visiting Horsutonluu aud ta
tl lu tbe Anthracite Kegloa.
T. J. VICTORY,
For purity, and for Improvement of tho com
plexion, nothing equals Poiioki's Powder.
at thk 01-D nrcroT HOTEL, .
Is prepared to receive summer boarders and
furnish rlits for tourists to surrounding towns
aaa summer resorts.
MARY S. TORREY,
131 West 63d Street, New York
1 here is nothing to be com
pared to Bovinine for chronic
dysentery. During my two
years' illness I tried every
other invalid food, without
will subdue the worst attack
in one day, if taken simply
witli water, and other foods
discarded. If I had known
of Bovinine sooner, my disease
would never have become
For sale at all druicclsts.
THE BOVININE CO.. NEW YORK.
National Bank of Scranton.
WAV. WATSON, Vleo Proaidout
A, a WILLUUrf, Caehior,
PAMtTBt ITifiES, james Jf EvrnnAnT,
lllVINO A. FiNcn, PikhckB. Finlev,
Joseph J. Jtiisivw, tl. a. KEMtm.ii.,
Cuas, P. iiAixutws, John T. PoiiiiiU.
W. W. WATSO
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank invitos tho patronage ot business
men ana arms guuerauy.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & WELL CO.
Booms 1 and 2 Commanvaltti Bld'g,
Made at the MOOBIO nnd EUS1I
Lefflin & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDEB
Electria Batteries, Fuses for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuse aud
ftepaunoChemical Co.'s Hijh Eicplosive!
PKXTKR 8H0R CO., Inc'p. Capital, 81.000.000.
WEST 91.SU SHOE IN THE WOltl.U.
"A dnllur anted it a dottar earned." t.
This Ladles' Solid French DoliRolaKldTlllt-
tou lioot dollvored Irconnywhcroin tue u.A.,on
receipt or lain, moiwyuraer,
or Postal Note ior tl.si).
Equals avary way the booU
sold in all retail stores for
IJ.60. Wo niako this boot
oursolTes. thernforo we ffunr-
anttt tlio fit. ttvlt and urnr.
and If auy one fa not satisfied
we 1T1II romna mo money
or send another pair. Opera
Toe or common cents,
widths t , IV 15, S K1C.
iv.-Xi 1 10 8 ana nun
v -Vtilios. Stntlyourtixti
'-'ijjViea tcill til ynii.
Dexter Shoe Co., DOHTON, MASS.
Eitcial tertnt to maun.
. MR, FRED WE1CHEL
At his notvly renovatod and lirenaed Hotel at
CLAKK'8 SUMMIT, is now prepared to fur
nish traveling men and social partlos with
tho LATHST, NEW-8TYLEI) HIGH, sinirlc
or double, ti take them to Lake Wiuoia,
Oravel Fond and all suburban points and
Hummer resorts at reasonable pricos. A large
livory barn oouuootod with Uotol (or travel
! The Original Raw Food
h kP uu Es iSa tra
a. . .. .. J
PHYSICIANS ANU 8LHOLON.
DR. O. EDGAR DEAN bas removed to 618
Bpruce street Kcrnnton. Pa. (Just op
posite court-house tiquare.)
Da A. J. CONNELL, Office 201 Washington
avenue, corner Hprnc atrect, over
Krancio s drug store. KoHldence, 71 Vino st.
Office bounu lO.ttl to 12 a. m. and S to 4 and
JU to 7.H0 p, m. Sunday, 2 to 3 p. m.
DU. W. K. ALLEN, Offloe cor. Lacka
wanna and Washington aves.; over Leon
ard shoe store; otUee hours, 10 to 13 a. ro. and
u to i p. ni.; eveuiugs at rcaldenee. una.
DR. U. L. FKEY, Practici limited to Dis
eases of tho Eye, Ear, Noso aud Throat;
office, ISt Wyoming avo, Residence, iia Vina
Dit. L.M. OATES. ll!5 Washinuton Avenue
Office hours, 8 to II a.m., M to U and I
to 8 p.m. Residence ;M) Mudison avuuua
lOllN LTw' E N x27TlTuTljliioe7 and 5 1
o (.'ommonwealUi buildlnflf; rosldenoo 711
Mndlsonavo; office hours. Id to 12, t to 4, 7 to
b; Sundays 2.3U to 4. ovenlnga at residonoe. A
specialty made of diseases of the eye, oar, nosj
and throat and Kynoooiouy.
K. KA V, 2(Ki PonnAvo. ; 1 to3p.m ; cullSOO;.
Dm.of women, obstotrics and (Uh. of chil.
M. O. HANCK'8 Law aud Collection of
are. No. S17 Bnrueo sL. ontiiMtite Forest
House. Scranton. l a,; collections a specialty
thi ouuhout Pennsylvania; reliable corresuoud-
cnts in every county
JESSL1'S i: HA.NLI, Attorneys and Counsel
lors at Law, Commonwealth building,
Wauhiugtoa avtk W. H. Jest:p,
tloiiAce K. HAirn,
V. H. Jeshuh, Jib
UHLI.AKD. WAKHEN & KNAl'P, Attor
nevs ami CnniiHnldi-s at Law. Republican
lmlldinit, WashiiiKtim avo.. Scranton, Pa.
PATTEKSON & WILCuX, Attorneys and
CounsoUors at Law; olllcesO and b Library
buildiu burantou, Pa.
ItOKWELl 11. I ATTBllROav
Wim.iam A. Wilcox.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
torneys and Counsellors Commonwealth
hnildimr. Rooms 19, SO nnd :;t.
V. HOYLE, Altorney at-Law.Nos.lO and
i iiO, Burr bnililintf, WasliiiiKtoii avenue.
E.NRY M. SEKLY - Law olilcos In Price
liuuiliiiK, 12U aahmitton avenue.
TT'RANK T. OKliLL, Attorney at Law.
X 6. Coal ExchaiiKo. Scranton, Pa.
MILTON W. LOWUY,
C. II. VON STOKCH,
lAH'ys, 2.T Waslunif
f ton av C. II. scpiare.
I AMES W. OAKKOhD, Attornoy nt Law,
I rooms 03, 01 and to, Cnmuionwealth b 1 if.
(JAMUEL W. EDOaK, Attorney ut Law.
O Olllce, 817 Spruceat., Srranton, Pa,
A. WATKEa, Attorney at Law, 423
Larkawanna sue., Seranton. Pa.
) P. SMITH, Counsellor at Law. Offlco,
. rooms 51, 65, fit! Commonwealth building.
1 It. PITCHEU. Attorney at Law. Com-
tnonwealth bulluiui.', St'ranton, Pa.
C. COMEU YS, 321 Sprueo st.
DB. UEPLOULE, Attornoy tonus uoaio-
tinted on real estate securlty.40s Spruce.
1 F. K1LLA1I, Attornov at-Law. 120 Wy
oniintav an", Scranton.
QCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Hcran
LJ ton. Pa., nrnnarea bovs and eirls for eolloffa
or businosj: thoroui;hly trains Young children.
catalogue ut request.
ItEV. TROMAR M. CAN
Walter H. Buei.l.
MISS WOItCESTElt'S K1NDEUUAUTEN
and BchooL 412 Adams avenue. Pupils
received nt all timos. Next term will open
Ci C. LAUBACII, burueou Doutlst, No, 113
J Wyoming avo.
R. M. Sl'UAT TON', ofllcn Coal F.xehanfe.
rjHE REPUBLIC Savinirs and Loan Asso
X elation will loan you monoy on easier terms
nnd pay you hotter ou iuvostmont than any
othnr association. Call on 8. N, CA1.LLN
PER. Dime Rank bnilrlinsr
Gli. CLARK ft CO., Bcodsmen. Florists
and Nurserymen; store 14S Washington
avenue; croon house.1350 North Main avenue-
store telephone ih'i.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
VI KE KC'PKKNS.
TOS. KUETTEL, 5i5 Lackawanna avenue.
Hern nl on. Pa., niannf'r of Wirn fcreons.
HOTELS AM) ltKSTAUKANTS.
UE WESTS1INSTEK, 2I7-2W Wyominir
avo. Booms heated with steam: all mod
ern Improvements. C. M. ThumAii, Prop.
rpHE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 Frauklin ave
X nue. Kates reasonable.
P. Zieoler. Proprietor.
W. O. SCHENCK. Manaffor.
B.Iteeuth street, one block east of Broadway,
at uniou ruuaro, new xora.
American plan, S350 por day and upward,
fOYNE BOLBE, Europoan plan; Igood
w rooms, upon uay uu niifuu uor sup
puea witu tue uest
P. H. COYNE, rrnprletor.
QCRANTON HOUSE, near D., U & W. pa
tj aenKer uupob Lonciucti'u on tne European
pmn. iiaiiii aoni. I'liiprieTor.
A lU'll ITKCTS,
AVIS & IloUPT. Architects. Rooms 2L
!!o and 20 Conunonwoaltn h id r, scranton.
17 L. WALTER, Architect. Olllco, rear of
XJ two v asninnton avenue.
L. BROWN. Areh B. Architoct, Prico
building.Il Washliifiton Ave., Scranton,
1AUER'S ORCHESTRA- HUH 10 FOR
JJ balls, nlenics. parties, receptions, wed-
dines and concert work furnished. For tormj
address R. J. Hauor, conductor, 117 Wyoming
avo., over iiuioort s mimic store.
TJORTON D. SWAHT3-WHOLESALE
I i lumber, Prico bulldlni;, Scranton, Ta.
MKOAUUEE HKOTUERH, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paoor bam. twlna
Warehouse, 130 Waihinctou ava, Borauton,
TTORSF.H AND CARRIAGES FOR SALE
XL at lM'i Capouso nvonuo.
D. L. FOOTE, Agent.
?HANK P. BKOWN & CO.. WHOLE
salo dcnleiB in Woodwaro, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna avenue.
Ei Robinson's Sons
JIannfactnrsrs of the Celebrated .
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
Ladies Who Valuo
A refined complexion mustuse Pouont's Pov
der. It produces a soft and beautiful skin.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF ti J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Antbractta coal nsed exclusively, lnsurlsj
cleanliness and comfort.
' TIMB TABLB IM EFTEOT MAT 20, 18S4.
Trains loavo Scranton for Plttston, Wilko".
Barre, etc., at 8.a, D.liS, 1L30 a. m., 12.50, 2.0 1.
f-.S' ' ll ui P- Sundays, t.W a. in ,
1.00, i.U, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a. m.
For Now York, Nowarlt and EHzaboth, iM
(oxnross) a. m 12.M (oxpross with Buff.
parlor car), 3.30 (express) p. m. Bunday, &it
For HAcrn Cttunk, Am.fntowb, Br.Tnr,t
jiEM, Eamost aud Philadelphia, .) a. m..
li.yj, 3.S0, 5.00 (exoopt Philadelphia) p.
Sunday, 2.16 p. m.
For Lono BitAircn, OceA- Grovr, oto., at
8. (with through car) a. m., lliOp, m.
for Readinir, Lebanon and Harrisburg, vli
Allentowu, S.JO a. m, lioO, 6.00, p.m. Buudav.
2.1-1 p. in.
. v. a-, n-uit. UI., 14..-)Up. HI.
Ueturnliic. leave New York f,ml nt T.lhar
street, North river, at II 10 (express) a. m,
1.10, 4.; (oxnress with Bnllut narlor curl
p. m. Sunday, 4.110 a. m.
l,eave I'liiiadniplua, Heading Tormlnal, 9.0 1
a. m., 2.00 and 4,:l p. m. Sundav. 6 -a a. rr
Through tickets to all points at lowest rnfcoi
may be had on application in advance to thi
at tho station.
H. V. BALDWIN,
J. H. I
DELAWARE AND HUD-
!W, all ti-uloswill arrivoand
depart irom tho new Lack
awanna avenue statl&a C3
Trains will losvo Serat-
ton nation for Carbondalo
aud intnrniediiito points at
f m.u, U.I', I W, ,uu hmj
n.m , 12.00, 2,:J), 3.E.), 5.15,0.15, 7.25, 0.10 au 1
11. jt p.m.
For Karview. Wavmart and Honosdalo st
7.00. 8.5 ,u,d 10.10 a.m., 12.00,2.20 and 6.15 pn .
i ir Aiuam. ,arar,oa, tno AUironuacKsan 1
ti'.-al at 5.4 " a m. and 2,211 p.m.
For Wilkes -liarro aud Intornicdinto point
at 7.45, 8.15. O.uN and 10.45 a.iu, 12.05, 1.20, 2,ai,
4.IM. 5.10, 0.115, 0.15 and ll.:i ji.m.
Trains win arrive at hcrunton station rron
Carbomlale and intermediate tmlnts at 7 4U.
H.40, K ill und 10.10 a.m., 1210, 1.17, 2.W, ill.-,
4.51, 5 85.7.45, 0 11 and ll.iB -Lin.
From Honosdalo. Wavmart and Farvlew tb
0.JI4 a.m.., liOO, 1 17. H.10. 5.55 and 7.45 p ro,
rroui .uonireai, taratoa, Aioany, etc., at
4.54 und ll.itl p.m.
From v ilki'S-barro and Intermediate point
at 2.H. 8.01. 10.05 und 11 .V a.m., 1 10, 2,11, 3.3! I
5.10, tl.08, 7.2J, 0.03 and 11.10 p.m.
.MAY II. 1M4.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelnhia and
New York via. D. & H. R H. nt 7.45 a.m.. 12.05,
2.8H aud H.3S p. m. via D.. L. As W. It. H.. B 0C.
S.IDi.11.20 a. in., and 1.3!) p. m.
Leave Scranton fur Plttston and wlllcss
Barre via D. L. & W. It. ft.. 6.01. &0i 1121
a. m ,1.80. a50. 0.07. (S.'.O p. m.
Leave Bcrantou Tor Vv Into Haven, lazlotop,
Pottsvlllo and all DointH on tho Beavei
Meadow and Pottsvillo bl anches, via E. & W.
1'., 0 10 a.m., via D. & ILR.R. at 7.15a.m., 12.05.
iSH. 4.IW p.m., via D., L. & W. R. It., 0.00, S.Ob,
u.aia.m., i..i, .i-eup.m.
Leave Bcrantou for Bethlehem. Easton.
ReadiuB. Harrisburir and all iutermedlnt i
points via D.& H.R.R. 7.15 a.m.,12.u;,, 2.iH, lLi
p.m., via D., L. & W. E. R-.O.OO.S.OS, 11.20 a. in.,
ieave scranton for Tuiikhannock. Towanda.
Elmira, Ithaca, Geneva and nil intormodlatn
points via D. & II. R.It.,t).li a. in., 12.05 and U.3i
nu, via z. ij. iv w . n. ti., n.ui a.m., i..)o p. in.
Leave Scranton for Rochester. Buffalo. Ni
afrara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all point-"
west via D. & H. B. R., M5 u-ra., 12.05,220.127.116.11
p. m., via D. L. & W. R. It. and Pitt-to'i
Juuction, B.Oa a.in., 1.30, 8.5U p. m via E. & W.
It. II.. 0.41 p. in.
tor Eunua ana tue we.t via salamano. via
n. oi II. R. It. s. 15 a.m.. biOi.tf.O.) p. m.. via D..
L. & W. R.K.. ,S.0S a.m., and b.'J7 p. m.
Pullman parlor Hnd sloenluir or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. & B. Junction or
Wilkos-Barro and Now York, Philadelphia,
Builulo and Suspension Bridue.
ROLL1N H. WILBUR, Oon. Supt
CHAS. S. LKE. Oen. Pass. Aa't. Phila .Ps.
A.W.NONNEMACHER.Ass't Qon.PttsS. Au't,
South llotulubum, Pa.
TAELAWAKE, LACKAWANNA AN1
JJ WESTERN KA1LUOAU.
Trains learo Scranton as follows: Expresi
lur 1ICW lull ll ni, i.n wwu. ..i
6.in, M and O.oo a. m.; 12 55 and 3.50 p. m.
. rv tjk.ln..1nl-l..
X.XpreS9 lUr .U-.IU11, IICUIUII, uuwidiuiii
and the South, 6.15, 8.00 and 0.65 a. in.; YIH
and3.50p. m. t
nasninion nu wy siubiuus, .., i.
Tobyhunna accommodation, 0.10 p. m.
Exnr-ss for Blnghamton, Oswogo, Elmirs,
LOrillllll, JDHIU. iU3llw, .oi.uv uiui .o u.
n..tf.i. Mill Qll. . mw.A Hln m r,cll-
X3UIIUIO, li.iu, mo. in. . w. ,
close connections at Buffalo to all points lntlW
fV,T3i,, wuimww.iiuu n""'- " "-
Bath accommodation, 0 a. m,
Binghamton aud way stations, 12.37 p. m,
N icuolson accommodation, at 1 p. ni. an J .
0,10 p. m.
Blughamton and Elmira Express, 0.05 p, ro.
Express for Cortland, ByracuBe, Oswegc.
Utlca and Richfield Springs, 2.15 a m. and UI
P'ltliaca, i-l& and Bath 0 a. m. and 1.21 p. m.
For Northumborland,Pittston,Wilkos-Barrf ,
Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Danville, makln f
close connections at Northumberland to.
Wllllamsport, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wasb
luKtoti and the Bouth.
Northumberland and Intermediate stations,
6.00, U.U5 a. m. and 1-30 and 6.07 p. m-
Kanticoce ana liitormodlato Btatlons, s.i
and 11.20 a m. Plymouth aud intormedlati
etatien,-8.50and8.5ip. m. , ..
Pullman parlor aud sleeping coaches on all
"For aa'aSodinformation, pocket tlmntabloi,
etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket olBoe.
82b Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket olUot.
ERIE AND WYOMING VALLEY RAIL
Trains lenvo Pcranton for Now York and in
termediate points on tho Erio railroad at 6.3 1
a. m. and 3.24 p. m. Also for Ilouesdali,
liawlcy and local points at 6.35, 9,45 a.m., and
3.24 p.m. , . . ,
Ail the above aro through trains to an I
An additional train leaves Scranton foe
Lake Ariel at 5.10 p.m. and arrives at Scran
ton from tho Laka at 8 20 a m. and 7.4) p.m.
Trains loavo for Wilkes-Barre at 9.10 a. in.
aad 3.41 p. m.
In I'fl'ert June 81th, lS!)t.
a fi J5 &3 8
202 204 20(1
u r k. i.i
a; (Trams uaiiy, Ex
N. Y. Franklin St.
West. 40tid street
P IIP Ml
8 iili 1 15i
8 lOi 1 0!l
Pi ustou Park
2 50 4 M
2 58 ' 4 51
3l 6 01
S 10. 5 1H
8 341 6 81
I" avin ui
7 !M:IS! 1-8
7 0-11 .10
051 III 31
7 OTO 881 68?
v. u I
ft SO , 8 43 4!
6 111 1 1 00
6 AMI 11! 8 5,-
7 4(H 6U
ifiini 8 5i
u ni s so
11 07i 8 41
7 if, 8IW
7 60 4 0
It 0i 8 41
II 031 8 3!'
11 0O 8 IK!
f!067' 8 S3
8 Offl 4 14
8 00 M r7
eiOilOSA 8 8H
6 03( 4lWl
Arrtvel sf ipp ii
All trains run dally except Butiday.
t slprnliies that trains Btop ou signal for pas.
Secure rates via Ontario Western boforo
purchasing tickets and save moeey. Day and
Kiliyt Express to the West.
J. C. Anderson, Gon. Pass Aft
1. Flitcrott, l)lv, PasB, Agt. Scranton, ta.
we cn atyt you
Come and see us about the Job
Work you will need soon,
' The Scranton Tribune Job Dent.