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TUB 6CBANT0N TniBtTMS-MONDAT MOKKIKQ-. ArfTTJST 27, 1894;
The Raiding railroad iontinui sain
ing on its previous lot in tonnage, and
there It every indication now, it we
may believe the Stoekholder, tUat it
will oloae the year nearer to iti regu
lar allotted percentage than for ieverl
years past. The shipment! from its
region the Schuylkill alons showed
an increase it week, and while the
gain was si 1, 0,120 tons, it was an
enconragin, iij?n nevertheless, The
Lehigh and "Wyoming regions both
sustained decreases in their shipments,
the former 3,050 tons and the latter
88.253 tons. The net results were,
therefore, a decrease in shipments
from the three regions of 37,079 tons,
inokioK the decrease for the year to date
1,728,141 tons, The -oipmente for the
week aggregated CG0.C18 tons, wbioh
was the lowest so far this month, as
they amou'.ed to 720,383 tons in the
first week and 072,205 tons for the
second week. So far this month the
aggregate of shipments is 2,059,258
tons, bat there are nearly two weeks
yet to be heard from, and unless the
restriction is very mmb greater than
it has been so far in August the 40 1 per
cent restristlon agreed upon will be
A Scottdale dispatch nyi : Four years
ogo the Charlotte f urnaoe here was
blown ont and relined, bnt owing to
dickering! among the members com
prising the firm, baa never been ooer
uted since and the property was placed
in the bands of trustees. A deal has
just been concluded which passes the
title to the National Fonndry and Pipe
Works, of Scottdale. The f nrnace ad
joins the National Pipe fonndry. The
sale includes over fifty acres of land
1joining the plant and the lease of the
Mount Vernon ore mines for six years.
This tract embraces a lame area of
native ore easily mined and has on it a
twenty-five foot vein of limestone. The
purchasers will put everything in
operation as soon as possible, ami a
big boom is expected for Scottdale.
There are now 11,770 ovens in blunt in
this region and this number will be iu
creased this week to 12,000, The ship
ments of coke lest week amounted to
0,100 cars, an increase of over o00 cars
above the shipments of the . week pre
Borrowed from Saward:
At Bt. Paul, Minn., anthracite coal sells
at 10.70 per ton at retail.
At Nflw Britain, ' Conn.,' f .".45 was the
price of anthracite for city coal,
Cars are blocking the soft coa carrying
roads to many of the shipping points.
It is said that the Grand Trunk will take
at Kiagara Falls, Out., a consignment of
2,000 curs of coal from the Lehigh Valley
Coal company, destined for St. Louis.
Average price of coal at the pits In
preat Britain Inst year was 7s. iid. f 1.75.
'J he average for soft coal in the United
htntea was 0ft cents, including the high
priced far western states.
A very rich vein of coal has recently ' "n
discovered on the line of tne Gulf tu
Ulendon railroad iu North Carolina. The
coal is of superior quality and the mine
will probably be worked in the near fu
ture. The ofllcials of the Michigan Certral
road .have notified the srno He department
and Chief Inspector Adonis, of Chicago,
that they are about to begin the use of
smokeless coal. This must mean anthra
cite. One hundred and twenty-six locomotives
nre coaled at the Ninth and Wallace street
locomotive coaling station of the Heading
railroad at Philadelphia. The total ainoanc
of coal delivered dally to those locomotives
is 895 tons.
Dr. John S. Wentz. of the Silver Brook
Coal company, believes his men in the new
'lope sinking are within thirty feot of the
ild East gangway of the former slope, and
hat when reached it will reopen to them
thousands of tons of oonl.
One Bostonian is said to believe that
there is anthracite coal in what is known
as the Musquash district in Nova Scotia,
ami he is said to be willing to spend $10,
UC0 to ascertain conclusively if there are
seams of coal in paying quantities.
The quantity of coal raised in the south
ern portion of Russia, including the Donetz
aud Krivo-rog districts amounted in
round numbers to 2,194,000 tons Inst year
against 2, Ofix, 000 tons In 1802: that of iron
ore to (WO, 000 tons against 627,000 tons,
It appears by a recent bill of coal an
thracite to a western town, that the
freight wns two and two-thirds the price
charged at the mines for the coal. The
town was near Chicago at that. Is it any
wonder that the demand for anthracite
does not grow as it should?
J. . Umstead, formerly superin
tendent of the Delaware, Susquehanna
v and Schuylkill railroad, is tho chief en
gineer of A. S. Van Wlckle & Co. 'a new
Leaver Meadow, Tresckow and New Bos
ton road. Mr. Umstead is au old Rending
pmployo, having had charge of a division
lor that company before engaging with
the Delaware, Susquehanna aud Schuylkill
Ilailroad company as their assistant en
gineer aud first superintendent.
The amount of coal chartering for the
head of tho lakes is steadily increasing.
Already the movement of coal to Superior
and Duluth'is very hi vy, and if cargoes
continue tr arrive as rapidly during the
presunt weik as they idid last week there
may be blockade. There have been
rumors thntyhe coal handlers will strike
ugalu as soonfas they see the coal cargoes
come illicit enough to cause serious delays
"A Pinch of Phosphorous and a
Bucket of Water" ,
ia a scientist's cynical descrip
tion of man. A bit of indigestion
or the languor caused by, the ther
mometer when 98 degrees in tho
shade would banish, hia cynicism.
Ten, like other, sensible men,
he would take .
Johann IIoiTs Malt Extract
for relief.- Johann HoiFs is cool
ing and strengthening, invaluable
for indigestion and the enervat
ing effects of hot weather. : j
Look for signature of ,
"Johann Ilotf' on neck label and
do not be imposed upon by worth
Eisner & Mendelson Co., Solo
Agents, New York. '
by striking, thereby hoping to win the
cause they lost in J illy.
Taking all those employed on railroads,
so far as loss of life goes, miser's chauces
are a sixth better, of injury five-fold bet
ter, than a railroad employe's. Over oue
balf the railroad men alto are at clerical
work. ConUnlug the comparison to train
hands, bituminous mining is 5.1 times
safer than railroading and authraoite
mining is 2.7 times safer, as far as death
is concerned. As fur as the risk of injury
goes en anthracite miner is 12.6 times safer
and a bituminous miner is 53.8 times safer.
There Is a great doal of complaint as to
the inequality of the rates of freight
clmrgod upon those railroads which are
not classed as coal carrying rosds. Quite
recently a case came into our observation
where there was a difference of $1.22 per
ton in towns only twenty-three miles
apart. This is said to be due to tho fact
that one was a competitive point and the
other was not. At many places in New
England the rate of freight .charged on
roads running from the sea coast iuto the
interior is as muoh as 0 cents per ton per
mile. It is idle to preach about the exten
sion of the anthracite coal trade while
such inequalities exist aud such unfairness
Englishmen who live in New York de
plore the want of a cheap supply of bard
coal at home, for with the best of care the
smokeless combustion of bituminous fuel
is not easy iu steam boilers, aud practical
ly Impossible in domestic fireplaces; and it
is the doinestlcilroplaces that is so largely
responsible for black togs by reason of the
fact that the smoko is turned into the
atmosphere at an elovatton of only thirty
or forty foet above ground, whereas the
factory chimney in a fog often emits its
smoke above the fog. Tho opening of the
Manchester ship canal should not be lost
sight of by Americans It is an ocean road
iuto the greatest center of civilization In
Criticising a Young Lady.
"She would be a pretty girl for but one
"What's thatr asked Charley.
George Her face is always covered with
purple and red blotches.
Charley Oh, that's easily enough dis
posed of. Used to be the same way my
self, but I caught ou to the trouble oue
day, and got rid of it in no time.
lieorge What was ltf
Charley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short course of P. P. P. I tell you, it's
the boss blood corrector. The governor
bad rheumatism so bad that you could
hear him holler cloar across the couutry
every time he niovod. He tried it, and
you know what an nthlotic old cent he is
uow. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them after
wards. All the drug stores sell iu
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Btooks and Bonds.
New V6rk. Aug. 25. Today's short ses
sion at the Stock exchnngo was enlivened
by some grand and loftv tumbling in Dis
tillors' and Cattle Feeders' stock. The trans
actions in this specialty wore over 100,000
shares. At the opening the stock jumped
to At 11 o'clock it wns rumored thnt
there had beon a hitch in their money ne
gotiations and that it wns likely to fail.
Oa this the stock broke rapidly to 10.
The general list was weaker throughout
tho result ot realizations. The ducline in
tho railway stocks ranged from )i to
outside of Reading, which fell . In the
closing deals the market was steady for
the general lint and excited and feverish
for Distillers.' Total sales, 10(5,UUU shares.
The following complete taole snowing the
day's fluctuations in active stocks is suppliod
and refined daily by LaBar & Fuller, stock
brokers, 121 W yuuilng avenue:
Open- Hich- Low Ciot
inn. est ext. in.
m. Cot. Oil W.4 Mi
Sugar. lilt WH 12rj HUM
a. f. & s. ti'if (ii; mi ml
Can. 8a MJ4 63
Cen. N. J
Chin & N. W KCliS l'i 107J4 10TM
O., B. A Q. 14 :S 7Hfi
Chle. Gas. 77 77 7iU 7tlV
O., C.C. & Bt. L.... 42 42 4IU 4IW
Col.. Hook. Val. AT. ....
D. & H VMi 1U M l.'itfu
D., L. & W l(iil!.i 367 liviH 7
D. & O. F 24 U livy 20U
En iiim itiifi mm
O, E. Co 4i!4 toii 42 421
L. & N Wi M 54 U Mil
Manhattan l'.'O );:o J2rt 12UU
II Iks. Pas Ilu Ji 3D BnU
Nat. Lead Mi 4 l1i 44 41
N.y. AN.E i.T-1 273 27 K
N. Y. Central lltiai lCM.i ul.; 'yi
N. Y O. & W 17U ITfcJ 1714
N. Y.,8. 4SW )ai 17 Wl 17
a. s. c. to :'n ki 21
North Pao CM r V
North Pac.pf M1 su 1!$ 1M j
Omaha oD?a '
Rnndinii 22 22 2r 211
RorklBland K'4 i,!iu csij tisw
K.'f Ha 1st? 1M4 lhyt
st. Paul m bvl km
T., C. & I Ill l'.l l!l 11)
Ti-xns & Pac Klvfj luTfj W$ l(i.S
CnlunPacinc l:llf l:W4 VM
Wabash pf fill lii'ii W'S 1
Western tTnion... Mlfl Wt4 N Kt
W. c L. E 12J 2'i Yfil V1U
W. E.pfd 47 47 47 47
Chicago Grata aud Provisions.
SrnANTOw. Aug. !i".-The following quota
tions nra supplina uud eorroctud daily by Ux
bar ii Fullur, stock broker,12i Wyoming ave
WHEAT. Soot. Deo. May.
Opening , fii( U7'. Wi
Highest ri4'"4 tu VI-i
i.owesi jii'i tn-'i i-.i'i
Cloning jt4f5 KM 2j
Opening Z, HI' (J filj K)4
Lowest fi;J f,l!4 Mi
viiiik.. w uis
Opening .7" 4 .... H
HiKhcst U"!-4 .... ;Ui
Lowest...., SD .... K
CloHing , , i4 K4
ClOrtintr ViM .... ....
fViiini-,...u ,M 772
Ultrhust .,, 775 ....
,9!":ninR w. TJ ....
Closing. 740 .... ....
Nsw York Produo Market
New York, Aug. 25. Floce Dull,
WiiEAT-Dull, Armor; No. 2 red, store
and elevator, Btioat, 5SKa; f. o. b.,
MXc: ungraded red, 52a60a; No. 1 north
ern, 05c: options dull; September, OlS)o.;
October, 090. ; December, (ilc,; May,
conn Dull, firmer; No. 2, COJfc. ele
vator;GlXc. alloat; options dull and firm
August, 01c; September, 60kc: Ooto
ber, 6!l)c : December, 6;ic. ; kay, Wo.
Oats Dull.easier for whitos;options dull
Armor; August, 83)tfo.; September, 35,fjc;
October, ma spot prices,. No a, 33Jo.:
No. 2 white, 3flio.; No. 2 Chicago. 34a
84X No. 8, a5o.s No. 8 white, 3bc;
mixed western, 84a3Xc; white do and
white state, 36a41c.
finer Steady, quiet.
Tierced Beep Quiet; steady.
Cut Meats Firm, iuiet.
Lard Firmor quiut, western steam,
f8.12tf; city at 7jo.; September, 8.0T;
rettned Arm; continent, 18.45; South
America, 18.75; compound, CaOJc,
Pork Firm, quiet.
BUTTER-Firm; quiet; state dairy 14a
22Xc; do. creamery, 18s24o.; Penn-
oyivanin, uo., iaa-.'4ic; western dairy,
13)ial6c., do. creamery, 15a2iXc-; do.
factory, ISalCc.; elgiiis, iilaj imitation
Cheese Firm, quiet , state, largo,
Euos-Stoady, quiet; state and Penusyl
vania, 18o.: ice house, 15olt!c; west
ern fresh, 16al7)tfo.; do., por case t2a
Philadelphia Tallow Markst.
Philadelphia.! Ang. 25. Tallow was
nrm with small supplies. Prices were:
Prime city in hogsheads, 4J4c.; prime,
country, In barrels, 4a; do. dark in bar!
rels, 4a; cakes, 5c.; grease, 4c.
Dr. Wood's Norway pine Syrup cures
coughs and colds quicker than any other
remedy, beoause It combines the lung,
healing quality of the pine tree with other
valuable medicines. Bold by all dealers on
a guarantee ot satisfaction,
He was a big, sullen looking fellow, tow
ering fourteen inches above the meek, in
offensive looking little woman, trotting
along by bis side, and the casual observer
would have said at a glance that she was a
broken spirited, browbeaten wife to whom
marringo had heea a failure, which would
have proved that the opinion of the casual
observer is of little valuo.
Thev entered a clathlmr Rtnm nnA ha
asked to be shown some "pants." He
picttcu upnuous tne nmt pair shown hlra
and said that ha won hi tittin th
she snatched them from him, tossed them
asiue linn sain icily i
"Well, you'll do nothing of thesort, Jack
Stnithl I think I
dollars for a pair of pants. This pair at
iivu uunurs is jusn ns. good, II they don't
look quite so well, TheyYo too shortf
They're nothing of he sort, and I can let
down the hem if they nro a little short.
Here, Mr. Clerk, do up these pants."
Then she Ashed an old leather wallet up
from the depths of a pocket Jn an unsus
pected place and paid for tho "pants,"
after which she graciously tossed tho big
bully by tier side a ten cent piece, sayinfl
as she did so: '
"There's the dime you said you wanted
to get some tobacco with. Get out and get
it while 1 wait here for you, and don't be
gone more than ten minutes, either, for
we're going homo on the next car. liurry
up!" Detroit Freo Wess.
Early Iron Mannfaeture in England.
Tho manufacture of ordnance seems to
have begun in tho Fifteenth century, a
mortar that was still In existence and
even used for purposes of nmueumeiit less
than a century ajao at Eridge, near Chi
cestor, being claimed as the first of the
kind ever made in this country. This was
a hooped gun. Cuunon cast and bored nro
of later dato. These, too, were flrt mado
iu England at Buxted, in Sussex, tho
founder being ono italph Hoggo, who em
ployed a Frenchman, Peter Baiulo by
name, as his assistant, or, more properly,
instructor, the art of gun founding being,
it would appear, a French invention.
Baude had as an apprentice ono John
Johnson, who is described as ''having ex
ceeded his master in his art ot casting
ordnance, making them cleaner and to
better perfection." And John Johnson's
son Thomas is described as having cast,
toward tho end of the Sixteenth century,
artillery distantly approaching to the
heavy guns of the present, his "forty-two
cast pieces" weighing three tons apiece,
The rru I Uul Season for Apples.
External circurnstunoes somewhat de
termine lines of growth. The warm sun
brings forward the blossoms. Tho sta
mens, which preparo the fertilizing dust,
develop rapidly under unusual warmth,
whilo the pistil, which has the responsi
bility of bringing forth tho fruit, takes its
own timo, la this way tho stamens often
mature the pollen in udvance of tho needs
of the pistil. When the pistil is mature
there is uo pollen, and hence no fertiliza
tion and no crop. Tho abundant seasons
are when stamens and pistils mature con
temporaneously. But even when tho
fruit is properly fertilized tho tree has not
.stored up nutrition enough the past season,
and then the ground under the tree is
stored with fallun minluturo fruit.
Thomas Meehan in Philadelphia Ledger.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of 'Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she bad Con
sumption and that tbere was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's Now Dis
covery eompletely cured her and she savs
it saved her life. Mr. Taos. Eggers, i.id
Florida St., Ban Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching; Consumption,
tried without result everything else then
nought one bottle ot Dr. King's New Dis
covery and in two weekB was cured. He
is naturally thankful. It is such results
of which these are examples, that prove
the wonderful eflicacy of this medicine in
Coughs and (Colds. Free triall, bottles nt
Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Regular size
60c and $1.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Custorfa,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Costoria,
When she had Children, she gare them CustorUv
WEAK MEN your attention
, J CiLbLW TO Tilt.
tiroat English Ilemedy,
M t way apeciM meaicino
VDtl SIIFFFP from Nor-
MXKWIW TW IIH
bility, Weakn. ts of Body and Mind. Snorma-
torrhea, nud h.ijiotency, and all diseases that
arise from overinditlBonce and self -abuse, as
Loss of Memory and Powor, Dimness of Vis
ion, Prematura Old Ao and many othor dii
fases that lead to Insanity or Consumption
and an early eravo. write for a pnraphlot.
Address GRAY MEDICINE CO., Butlulo,
N. Y. 'f ho Speoiflo lledieiuo is sold by all
drusKists at $ por ptcknge, or six packages
for Si.or sent bvmail nnieceipt of ntouoy.snd
with evory J5.ai ordnr yy GUAR AmTF
a euro or money refunded. i ' .
fitT"On account of counterfeits we huve
adopted tho Yellow Wrapper, the only genu
ine. Bold in Scranton bv Matthews Bros.
European Plaa Frolas5 Ear attnohsl
Denot tor Bergner A lingol'a Tannhaiusar
IE Cm ind Filbert Sts., Piilladi
Host desirable for residents o( N.E. Penn
ylvaula. All eonveniuncM for traveler
to and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Ktrset statiou. h
Sirable for visiting Borantonlans and n
Vie in the Anthracite Kegtoa.
T J. VICTORY.
W. L. Douglas
IS THE BEST.'
i ri-nwit i.iWAJ'iciLiu wrlj.
$ Z.iS P0LICE.3 Soles.
i. An i fa.
r ,fSEUO FOR CATALOGUE
! BROCKTON, MA33.
Yon can save money by purchasing H. L.
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, aud guarantee
the value by stampihg the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against hiRh
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work In style, easy fiUmir aud
wearing qualities. Wo have them sold every,
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitule. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by(
Wire CANNOT SEE K0W V0U DO
irC IT AND PAY FREIGHT.
CIA Bqti Mr I drwr wlnol or oik I
TrTnrnvM UJvl IraiSlanrMwIoff mathH
prnvM Hlffl irfil(rrwlDirmhn
flnrlT tiBlibtfl. filtWI tilftiad.irltrtcd to Ural
nod linn work i rnfant(l for 10 1ftr wlib
in ottill Rabbin Hind or, fltir-Thrtftdla; C;ll-
dstf tJliollKHtlf.VUJnf MttlloBdcomplctt
iH"lox Diffi jiianawBsiPBii)fla maj wutrt on
BO Dtf'i TrliL No moiif r paired In drn,
ffj WtOnowfBOtt Worlds Fall MadaUntrAndtnacbln ant) attach
Dtata. Hut tTara 'MorT nd t AtaUr1 and aunt's proilti,
- tniTfeiifMi wd ao4 todat far Baehlnt or irt fni
1 MfP'. C0.3ttWtiw.CHICAQ0.ILL
S Prostration J
1 H. r. nK&pin. r
Editor St. Paul Pioneer Press.
"Afteramost thorough trial
and receiving the most grat
ifying results, I am glad to
testify in favor of
" By it I was brought up with
remarkable rapidity from a
long siege of nervous pros
tration." All Fliysiclans Endorse It.
Bovlnine is an Ideal food n unequalled nutrient,
Is palatable to the most deltcate stumach. Alone it
will sustain strength for weeks. It nukes new blood.
It contains the largest sraount of nutrition in the
smallest possible bulk.
For sole at all druggists.
THE BOVININE CO., NEW VORK.
PAIN CURED IN AN INSTANT.
let Itad way's Keady lteliof be used on
tlie first Indication of Tain or Vueaslncti;
I if throatoncd with Dlsouso or Rlckno.s,
the Care will be made before the family
I doctor would ordinarily reach the house.
I CU11E3 THE WORST PAINS in from ono
to twouty minutes Not one hour after read
! Ina; this advertisement nuod any oue aUF-
I CK Wi l li f
ACHES AND PAINS
For hnndnflhn fmhnthni. inlr nr nflrvnun1.
toothache, neurnl,'ia, rhoumutlsin. lumbago,
tii'lnn und weakness in the hark, Bpine or
! kidneys, rutins around the liver, pleurisy,
swulliuKOf tho jointB iitid pains of all kinds,
i thn application of Hadway'g Keady Kolief
' will afford lmmediatooaso, and Its continued
I nso for a low days effect a permanent euro.
A CURE FOR ALL
A half to a teaspoonful of Heady Roltof in
R half tumbler of water, repeated, as often
as tho discharges continue, and a flannol sat
urated with Keady Kolief pUeod over the
toniach and boo's will afford immediate
relief and soon effect a euro.
Internally a half to a teaspoonful in half
a tumbler of wator will, in a few minutes,
cure Cramps. Spasms. Hour 8tomach,Nausea,
Vomiting, Heartburn, Nervousness, bleep
lossness, Sick Headache, Hatuloncy and all
Malaria in Its Various Forma Cured and
more is not a romodial agency In the world
that will cure fever Bnd aue and all other
malarious, bilious ami all othor fovors, nhled
by RAO WAY'S PlI.Ls. so quickly as RAIL
WAY'S KEADY KEL1ER
Travelers should always ccrry a bottlo of
Radway's ltoady Kolief with thorn. A few
drops in wator will prevent sickness or pains
from change of wator. It U better than
French brandy or bitters as a stimulant.
Winers and lumhormou should always bo
provided with it.
Price (A) cents por bottle. Eold by all drug
gists. 13 PILLS
ALWAYS RELIABLE. PURELY VEGETABLE.
Porfoctly tastolcss, olottantly coated, pnrifa,
recuhto, purify, cloauso and strengthen.
BADWAY'S 1'ILI.S for the cure of all dis
ordera of the Htomaoh, lio'vols, Kidn'-ys,
Uladdor, Narvous Uisuasos, iJ.zziuess, Ver
tigo, Costivouofs, Piles,
AND ALL DISOKDUKS
OF THE LIVEn.
Observe the following symptoms rosultlng
from diseases of the digestive, organs' Con
Btipatiou, Inward piles, fullness of blood in
the head, acidity of tho stomach, nausea,
heartburn, disgust of food, fullness of weight
ot the stomach, sour eructations, sinking or
fluttering of the heart, choking- or suffocat
ing sensations when in a lying postnro, dim
niss of vision, dots or webs bi foro the sight,
fever and dull pain in the h-ad, dellchmey ot
perspiration, yellowness ot tho skin and
eyes, pain in the side, chest, limbs, and sud
den flushes of heat, burning in the flesh.
A fowdosesof RADWAY'ri 1'ILLB will free
the systoin of all tho above named disorders,
l'rloe 25c per box. Sold by druggists or
lent by mail.
Bond to DR. RADWAY & CO., Lock Bos
806, Hew York, for Book of Advice.
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. CROFTJT Proprietor.
THIS HOUSE is strictly temperance, is new
and woll furnished and OPENKU TO
'ilii! PUBUO THIS YEAH ROUND; is
located midway botween Montrose and Scran
ton, on Montrmio and Lackawanna. Railroad,
six miles from D L, W. It R. at Alford
Blatlon, and Uvn miles from Montrose; ca
pacity, nighty-live; throe minutes' walk f rum
R. R. station.
GOOD BOAH, FISHING TACKLE, Ao.,
utiiE to our. MS. ,
Altitude about 2.IKX) foet, eqnnlllnpr in this
roscct tho Adirondack and Catskill Moun
taina Hue grovot, plenty of shalo and beautiful
scenery, making a Summer Resort unex
celled In beauty and cheapness.
Dancing pavilion, swings, croquet gr ounds,
Ac. Cold Soring Water and plenty of Milk.
llHte,,S7 to 810 per week. ISl.OO per
Excursion tickets sold at all stations cnD.
L. & W. linos.
Torter meets all trains.
:. FRED WEICHEL
At his newly-renoyatod and licensed Hotel at
CLARK'S SUMMIT, in now prepared to fur
nish travolin? mon and social parties with
the LATEST, NEW-STYLED RIGS, single
or double, to take them to Lake Winola,
(travel Pond and. all Bttburban points and
Summer resorts at reasonable prices. A large
II voiy barn connected with hotel for travel
! The Original Raw Food
H. A. HULBERT3
City Musio Store,
tT KIN WAT BO
tKCKRIt DROTHEB9 tn
tUlAAICH & BACK VrffiaJ
VXVhTL He UAUEil
aisea large stoekot Dnt-oUsl
uvtiw, lixu, Lia
National Bank of Scranton,
FA MITEL HIXKfPreBiilent
V. W. WATSON, Vice President
A. B. VV1LL1AMS, Cashier.
pAMFKr, Htnei, rfAn;a It EtTrtnAnT,
litvtNO A. EiNorr, Pierck B. Finlev,
JOBM'I! J. JkII.MY, W. b. KKMEHEIU,
CUAs, 1', ilAtxnuwa, JoH.V T. l'uuimt.
W. W. VVAISO.V.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bnnk invites tho patronage of business
men and tlrms generally.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HDNT & COHHELL CO.
intuMtAi noth Day.
produces the above reralts In no itoya. Itn-tf
powerfully and quickly. Lures when all otlters fiat)
Youug men will regain their lest manhood, and old
men will reeover their voiitlitul vicer by using
ItliVIVO. It nuleldy aud surely restores Nervous
ness. Lost Vitality, Imnoti ucy, Nightly Kralsaiov,
Cost I'owor, Failing M.-mory, Vt'astiui: biseaseji, tail
U efli'cts oi self-abuMi or exeeimaud indiscretion,
whiab untlts one for sturty, bniiiness or marriage, It
not only cnroR by starting at tho sent o disease, bnt
is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back the pink (.'low to palo cheek and rit
ttoriim the II ro of youth. It wards ofl' Jnsnnity
md Coiijuiuption. Iusikt on having KKV IVO, no
ither. It ran be caitied in vest roek.'t. My mall.
1 .00 per package, or Fix lor, 53,00, with a posl
'Irs written guarantee to cVtre or refund
he money. Circular free. Address
1VAL MEOICiKE CO.. B3 Rivor St., CHICAGO, ILL.
For sale by Matthews Bros., Druggists,
Remove! Freckles, Pimplet.
Liver Moles Disekheadu
Ounburn and Tin, end to.
stores tho ekln to tts origi
nal neauness, producing a Axiv x wt-JSzkj
cloar and healthy com-R& Mi&W'-
preparations end perfectly harmless. At "all
(frugglat3, or moiled lor SUeti. tkiud iur Ciroulul.
VIOLA 8KIN SOAP i ilnply lommianbto at
iVln in.rllvtng Hoap, nnnjnkleA fbr the toilet, ind vltlvmt a
rival for the miner. Abnolutnlr pure aad aalketely raefli
nud. Atdninlnt, Fries 25 Cents.
G. C. BITTNER4 CO., Toledo, O.
For snle by Matthew Bros, end John
EHTKB SHOR Inorrpltl, H.COO.OOD.
BJssT ijio mom in run wokld.
"A dollar land it a dollar tamed" n
TWel.adleV Solid Froneh Rongolit Klrl But
UiulSoot delivered fteo anywhere In tho U.S., oa
rsosiptotcana, money urorr,
or rental Note for 1.M.
Equala every way the hoots
old in ell retail stares for
(ago. We make this boot
oarKh-sii, therefors w gcr
chim ajn, fiyo ana wrar,
and If any ono Is not tatlinrd
Vf mu ronina ui monay
09 or l ommca Henes,
widths C, D S, k KK,
tits 1 to s and hall
ilies. end your ninf
II ni yen.
Bexteb Shce Co7?J iSSUSs
fieesm ftrroe wlir.
rr RE VIVO
in It. REST0Rc8 VITALITY.
fUVKKIANS AU SLKOfcO.NS.
K. O. EbgArt DEAN has removed to 6W
Hpraes strsot. boranton. Fa. (Just or
posite eourt-house Square.)
COMKeLL. Ornca H Washington
corner Hpruoe etreot, over
Frenoke s drua store. Koaidenoa. Vina sr.
Otdea hours: 10 (iuto 12 a. m. and tot and
B.au to T.8U p. m. Sunday, 8 to 8 p. m.
a. W. E. ALLEN. Offlce our. Laoka-
vnne arid U,'.olnnn.. A dm, . An. t
erd shoe storo; ofilue hours, 10 to 12 . m, and
DB. U L, tfi&t, Fraotioo liufted to Dls
eases of the Eve. Ear. Noas and Throat:
' Ti.. . . . -
eillce, U Wyoming iva, Beaidenoe, 6-S Vine
K. L.M. GATEti 125 WashUigton Avenus.
Office hours, 8 to 8 a.m., IM to a and J
to 8 p.m. Konidence JUO Madlxon avenus
YOHM L. WEN 12, M. )., otUcea US aad 51
O CommonweaUh building; roaidenoe Til
Maflisonave; omce hours, 10 to 13, 2 to i I to
8; Sundays 2.80 to 1 evenings at reeidenoe. A
speeJalty mada of diseases ot the eye, ear, nose
aud throat and gynecology.
R.KAY,806PennAva.;l to8p.m ; calUWS.
iMH.Pi woiueii. ooswtries auu ais, or cnu.
JM. a KANGK'8 Law and Collectiou ot
floa. No. HIT tkiruce St., opposite Forest
House. Scranton, Pa,; coUeetions a specialty
throughout t'ennsylvoniai reliable correspond-
en ;s in every county.
IlitisUFS & HASU, Attorneys and CounaeW
I lnrn At 1 . tt rAmmnnuMie K.itl.lin9.
Waahingtoa avy. w. H. Jteocp,
Houaqi E. Baitd,
W. H. Jebbup, Jb.
W1LLAKD, WABIIEN Sb KM AFP, Attor
neye and Counselors at Law, Republican
building, WaHhlngton ave., Boranton, Pa.
PATTKHSON & WILUOX, Attornoys and
Oounscllors at Law; ol&cos 6 and 6 Library
building, Suranton, Pa.
KOBWELt, R. PATT1RSO&
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
torneys and Counsellors, Oonimonwealtn
building. Kooms IB, X) and ii,
,7" V. UOYLB, Attorney at-Law.Non.JB and
VV e 20, Kurr building, waabington avenue.
EMty M. SEELY -Law oiltees in Price
building, 120 Washington avenuo.
DttANK T. OKKLL, Attorney at Law. Boom
t? 6. Coal Kxcnanga. Scranton. Pa.
MILTON W. I.OWKY, I Att'ys, tit Washing
C. 11. VON 8TORCH, ( ton av O. H. square.
1AMESW. OAKKOBD, Attorney at Law,
l rooms 83, 64 and 65, Commonwealth b'l'g.
CAMUEL W. KDGaR, Attorney at Law
k Olrlce, 317 Sprncast., Hcranton, Pa.
f A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, (23
Lj, Lnekawanna sue.. Hcranton. Pa.
J P. SMITH. Counsellor at Law. Office,
Ci K. l'lTCUElt, Attorney at Law. Com
' . iponwealth bjillnlng. Boranton, Fa.
(.' COMEOY8, 321 Spruce Bt.
rooms r4, oa, 66 C'ommonwealtU bnllalng.
PS. UEPLOULE, Attorney Loans nsgo
e tiated on roal estato security. KM Hpruee.
1 prjULLAAI, Auomev at-Law, 1 Wy
) oniing avenue, Hcranton.
CijllOOLOP THE LACKAWANNA. Scran-
O ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls for college
or Business: inorougniy trams voung cniiuren.
Catalogue at requost. Opens Heptembor 10.
Rrv. Thomas M. Cam
Waltek H. Buell.
UTISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
111 and School, Hi Adams avenue, fupils
received at au times, xnoxi term win open
p C. LAUBACU, burguon Dentist, No, 115
vy . Wyoming ava.
R. M. HTKATTON. ofPe. f'nl Kxebanw.
r-UE REPUBLIC Savincs aud Loan Asso-
X elation will loan yon mosey on easier terms
and pay you better on Investment than any
otnor association, can on o. JN, CALLUS
PER, Dims Hank milldfnir
f R. CLARK & CO.. Seedsmen. Florists
VI, and Nurserymen; storo liti Washington
avenue: green nouue.iiwu uortu main avenue;
store telephone 7KS.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
TOS. KUETTEL, 6i5 Lackawanna avenus,
Krrnnton. Pa., mantif'r of Wire Screens
HOTELS AND HKI-TAl'UANT.
rpHE ELK CAFE, 1S5 and 127 Franklin ave-
m. uue. Haven reasuuauie.
f. ai kui.hu, Froprletor.
lit KK'i'MlJ'S'i'I."U MrlTFtT
V V VV. G. SCHENCK, Managon
Bizteenth street, one block east of Broad wajt
at. ITninn Knnnrtv Ki.iv Vni-lr
American plan, filau per day and upward.
CCRANTON HOUSE, near D., L. W. pas-
seugur uepou uonauetea on tne r.uropean
I'.nii. ivn.n ii. rr.n.rieit.r
AIK.IIH H Tti.
I AVIS & 110UPT. Areliitocts. Rooms 21.
IJ 25 and 2H Commonwealth b'ld'g. Hcranton.
"L L. WALTER, Architeot. Office, rear of
ouo w nsniuKton avenue.
X? L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
1 bnildiiic.lZH Wasbington Ave.,Scranton.
AUER'8 ORCHESTRA - MUKIO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
chniTA and ooneert work furnished. For tormii
address Ii. J. Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming
ave., over nuiDort s music store.
ORTON D. SWART3-WHOLESALE
lumber, Prleo building. Boranton, Pa.
LUAltUKB BROTUEHa. PHDfTERS'
stinnllsa. envelooea naDor baca. twlna.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Boranton,
VRSlCrJ AND CARKIAtiEa FOR" BALE
at 133 Capouse nvenue.
D. L. FOOTE. Agent
nmvtf l r?rWN a. t'rt wii.r.rp
X shlo dealers in Woodware, Cordage and
uii i;iotn, i.u w. uteicawanna avenue,
E. Robinson's Sons'
Kanofactnrerg of the ColehrateJ
100.000 Bbli Per Annum,
AT THE OLD DEPOT HOTEL,
fs prejiared to receive summer boarders and
furnish rlus for tourists to surrounding towns
and summer resorts.
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion must use Poacont's Poir-I
dec It produces a soft and beautiful skin.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF It I
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exoluilvelj, tnsartnf
Cleanllneos and comfort.
TIMS TABLE IM BVFEOT MAT 30, IWi
Trains leave Boranton for HtUton, Wilkes-
rwrre, etc., ai o.i', v.lil, IX
.80 a mTTs so a Art
1.30, (.01), 7.85, 11.U5 p. m.
Bundays, 9.U0 h k.
i.uu, i. to, T.iup. m
For Atlantlo City, 8.20 a, nv
(express) a. tn 12.60 (expross with Buffet
parlor car), 8.30 (express) p. m. Sunday, tU
?A8T0 PhiladhLpiIia, i.3) a. m
13u4 , X0SI rwlidelpaia) ft tS
Bunday, tin p. m.
. 0!; h?a bbahch. Ocsah Grovb, et. at
1 FnS P,h ;nrol car) a. m- 1W0 B, m
For Readmjr, Lebanon and Harrtobur, vit
Allentown, 8.20 ft. m, 12.50, 6.00, p.m. Bundaft
For Pottsvllls, ?.20 a. m., 12.60 p. m.
Returning, leatfn Kaiv vw Z.i t) r.it...
F1.roeA,orln river, at U10 (express) s m
L10, 1.30, 4.H0 (express with Buffet Darlor rS
, m. Sunday. 4.30 a. m.
LeaT IJhM.elphia, Reading Terminal, ftOO
Through tickets to all points at lowest rates.
u. ui. ouuuay, v.xt a I
lay ne nau on application in advanoe to tb
ckot agent at tne station.
DELAWARB AND HUD
30, all trains will arrive and
depart wpin sue new Lack
awanna avenue ttation ad
Trains will leave Scran
ton station for Oarbondale
and Intermediate points at
a.m 12.00, 2,20, 8 56, 5.15,0.15, IM, Do and
For Farvlew, Waymart and Benesdale at
7.00, 8.25 and 10.10 a.m., 12.00,I.gQ and 5.15 am.
For Albany. Saratoga, the Adlrondacksand
Montreal at 6.4 a m. and 2,20 p.m.
For Wilkas-Barre and InteAnediato points
at7.5. ' ' "38 and 10.45 a m, U06, L2aa,88,
4.).i ..IS and 11.88 p.m.
Train-, -rive at Hcranton Station frora
Carbondale J intermediate points at 140l
8.40, I. SI and 10.40 a.m., 12 CO, 1.17, 8.84.140.
4.54, 5. M. 7.45, 0 1 1 and 11.83 p.m.
From Honesdala. Waymart and Farvlew at
8.IU a.m.., 12.00, 1 17, 8.40. 5.55 and 7.45 p.m,
From Montreal, baratogo, Albany, eta, at
4.M and 11.83 p.m.
From w Ilkss-Barre and intermediate points
at 2.15, 8.01, 1U and 11 55 a.m., 1 18, ai4, 3xT
D.10, 6.08,7.20, U.03 and 1L16 p.m.
MAY 13. lwi
Train leaves Boranton for Phlladolphia an!
New York via. D. & H. R R. at 7.45 a,m32.05,
2.88 and 11.88 p. m. via D., L. & W. B, B, 8.0O,
8.08,11.20 a. m., and 1.30 p. m.
Leave Beranton for Plttston and Wilkes
Barre via D., L. & W. R. K., 6.00, &08, 11J4)
a. m., 1.80, aM. U.07. 8.oO p. m.
Loave Sorauton for White Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsville and all points on the Beamr
Meadow and Pottsvilla branches, via E. A W.
V.. 6.40 turn., via D. & H. B.R. at T.4a.ra.. C.01
2.38. 4.C0 p.m., via D., L. & W. B. R, 6.00, IM,
11.20 a.m.. 1.30, 150 p.m.
Leave Boranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Harrinburg and all intermediate
points via D.oS H.R.R. 7.46 am , 12.0 j, 1.88, 1L6S
n.m.,via D L. & W. R. B,.00,8.08, lLU) a, m,
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannook, Towands,
Elmira, Ithaca, Qeneva and all IntermediaU
points via D. & H. R.R.,8.46 am.,U0d and 11.SS
p. m.,via D. L. St W, R. R., 8.08 a.m.,1.80 p. ro.
Leave Scranton for Rovhestor, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all Dointa
west viaD. & U. R. R Mi a-m.,12.a6.9.16.U.tS
p.m., via D. L. W. R. R, and Pittton
Junction, 8.08 a.m., 130, 8.50 p. m.. via E. 4 W.
For Elmira and the west via Balamanoi, via
D. A H. B. R. 8.45 a.m., 105,6.05 p, ra.. via D
L. & W. K.R., ,8.03 a.m., 16 and 8.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars ou all trains between LAB. Junotion or
Wilkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia,
BuHulo and Saspension Bridge.
ROLL I N H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CnAS. S, LEE, Gen. Pass. Ag't, PhUa.,Pa.
A.W.NONNEMACHER.Wt Q(Stt.Paa. Ag'W
Bouta Bethlehem, Pa.
"PlELAWARR. " IACKA'V?AItIIJ,SHDr
I) WESTERN RAILROAD.
Trains leave Scranton as follows; Erprssa
for Now York and ah points East L40, J.60.
6. 15, 8.00 and 9.5o a. m. j 12 65 and 8.60 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 6.15, &00 and 9.5J a. m.U6f
and 8.50 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 156 p. m,
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p, m.
Expr-sa for Btnghamton, Oswego, Elmira,'
Corning, Bath, DaostriUe, Mount Morrla and
Buffalo, 12.10, 215 a. m. and 1 24 p. m- making
close connections at Buffalo to all point tnU
West, Northwest and Southwest,
Bath accommodation, 8 a. m,
Bingham ton and way stations, 1167 p. m,
Nkuobon accommodation, at 4 p. m. aafl
6 10 p. m.
Blnghamton and Elmira Express, 6.05 p. m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswega
Utica and Richfield Springs, J.16 a. m. and iM
Ithaca, 2.15 and Bath 9 a. m. and 124 p. m.
For Northumberland,Pittston, Wllkea-Barrs,
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Danville, maklna
close connections at Northumberland lor
Willlamsport, Harrisbnrg, Baltimore, wash
ington and she South. . . ,
Northumberland and IntermediaU station
BOO, 9.56 a, m. and 130 and 107 p. m,
Nantlcoae ana intermediate stations, 8.W
and 11.2U a. m Plymouth and Intelmedlate
sUtions, 8.50 and 8.5s p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches oa all
"for detailed information, pooket time tables,
etc.. apply to M- L. Bmith, city ticket offlo
828 Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket olttcf.
RIBAND WYOMINtJ VALLEV BAIL
Trntnal,Ava Rcranton for Now York and In
termediate points on the Erie railroad at 6.4$
a. m. and 8.24 p. m. Also for Honesdale,
Hawley and local points at 6.36, 8.46 a. ra and
3.24 p.m. .
All the abovs are through trains to Md
An additional train leaves Beranton for
Lake Ariel at 5.10 pin. and arrives at Boran
ton from the Lake at 8 28 am. and 7.45 p.m.
Trains leave for Wllkas-Barre t 6.40 a. m.
and 9.41 p. m.
la Unset Juns 24th, 1804.
mains Dally, ET
oepi Hunaay.i r
mn. r. jrrannin m.i
West 4'tod street!
8 24 1 II
7 61 1248
7 4N1 40'l
T 88(12 2110
7 3312 110
7 2BIXOS 9
11 84 9
11 S3 9
11 18) 8
u m 8
11 09 8
All tralna run dailv excetitgundav.
t elgniflcs that trains etop on signal Ca (a
Heoure rates vt OntartB Wriatop fiefarfl
purchasing tlolwteand gave BiTSKA UkT wA
N lhgt Express to tne West.
. C. Anderaon, Oefl. Pie A ,
T. FUtcrott, Div. Pais, Agt, facranwn,ra.
WC CAN OIVI VOU
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6 1WU M 8 89
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A Work you wtu need soon. ,
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