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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28, 1894.
From an almtat dsrtd vilUfre,
Forty Fort one of tht mot beautiful
spots In the Wyoming Valley, bai
within tb last fw months become a
btwy lnduitrlal ontr. Ths previon
condition of to Tillaijs was due to tbs
abandonment of tha the two collieries
located on the mountain aide; and tbo
present condition was caused by the'
enterprise of Simpson & Watklns, who
are among; tbe leading and most sno
cetatul individual coal operators in tbis
teetinn. Tbeir knowledge of coal land
and of mineral deposits was of great
adrantage to tbem in tbis in
stance. Being confident that tbe
immense tract of land extending
from the river to the top of the
mountain, and being over a mile in
width contained ralnable veins of
coal which bad not boen operated,
they, while others were negotiating,
secured the lase of tbe property from
tbe Lehigh Valley Railroad company,
tbe latter having become the control
ling owner at tbe death of J. U.
Bwoyer. Before leasing tbe property,
however, and in order to make awur
anoe doubly sure, Simpaon & Watklns
bad a number of bore holes snnk, and
In every case the result of the boring
more than surpassed tbeir expectations
and satisfied tbem that their judgment
of tbe value of the land had been cor
rect. , '
Upon securing tbs lease the work of
remodelling the two collieries upon
tbe property was commenced and
roaeeuted with vigor for tbe past
eight months. No expense was spared,
all the modern improvements were In
troduced into the collieries and mints,
sew boilers were erected, new engines
u:id new care purchased, two new
shafts sunk and needed repairs made to
the collieries, and when operations
were commenced over $300,000 bad
been expended in improvements, all
of which are of a substantial and
durable nature, calculated to resist tbe
ravages of time and use and be of ser
vice for years to come.
Nothing bat the best material was
secured for the improvements. Miles
of steam pipe covered with asbestos
were laid, and thousands of feet of
water pipe were placed in the mines as
a protection against fire. Stirling
1 oiUrs of the most improved water
tube pattern were erected. Siegler,
slate pickers, elevators,, .converters,,
new rolls and screenc and other
modern improvements were supplied
lor the breakers, and the coal prepared
for market at present is so carefully
cleaned that the inspector has no rea
son to object
The owners are gratified beyond
measure by the coal output. From the
start the coal bas been of an excep
tional quality and easily mined. Four
veius of coal underlie the fertile sur
face. They are the 11-foot vein, of
wbicb only about fifty acres have been
worked and from which 150 cars are
being daily mined; the two Ross veins,
DJ feet and G feet thick, . respectively,
mid tbe Red Ash vein from 8 to 14 feet.
Tbis last vein was never worked and
was only reached a few weeks ago. It
bas exceeded the expectations of the
owners. The property covers an area
of about 1,400 aores, of wbicb 1,250
acres is within the coal measure, and a
conservative estimate by very careful
and reliable engineers fixes the amount
of coal the property will yield for mar
ket at 20,000,000 tons.
For many years the Pennsylvania
railroad nas been awarding what is
called a coal premium and which is in
reality a bonus for coal saved under a
oortain limit The coal premium is
little known outside of engineers and
firemen, bnt the system is an interest
ing one and annually saves the company
thousands of dollars, at the cime time
making it possible for engineers and
firemen to inorease their monthly sal
aries by practicing economy in the nse
of fuel on looomotives. Tha saving to
tue Pennsylvania railroad was so ap
parent that on May 1. 1887, the Penn
sylvania lines west introduced the sys
tern, which nas been in vogue ever
since witb good results. It is practiced
both in passenger and freight servioe
aud the inducement offered by tbe
company has stimulated the men
to save fuel wherever possiole.
The limit of coal allowed la placed at
our pounds of ooal per oar mile, or, in
o&ser words, tne number or oars multi
tilieby tbe miles traveled, and that by
four, yrould give the number of pounds
or coai wjgicn, at tne ouside, is deemed
necessary to ma a train. This bains
tbe limit, ft bas been fonnd possible to
keep within tnis amount by economy.
and a oarefQl fireman and a judicious
engineer miy cave over a ton of coal
daily. For 1 every hundred pounds of
com saveu. witnin ine limit, mere is a
bonnsif i, cents, allowed by tbe com
pany, vk Mb,er, of this amount, the
engineer gets one-fourth, tbe fireman
one-fourth and 'the company one-half.
This bonns may at first seem small, but
It bas been demonstrated that the fire
man and engineer can make $10 every
month in addition to their regnlar
salaries, at the same time saving $20
for tbe company by the coal bonne.
Many of the boys are doing this every
month on the Panhandle and iort
It is probable that the movement of
lars over the Pennsylvania railroad at
Colombia will be the heaviest the pres
int month of any . during the past
lighteen months. So far the cars
bandied at that point aggregate, about
a day, exclusive of bnndavs. when
the movement is not over 1.500 cars.
On this basis, however, providing the
lame average is continued to the end of
the month, which Is deemed likely, the
Dumner oi cars nanaiea snonia reach,
In ronnd figures, not less than 120.000.
This would be an increase of over 13,-
100 over last moatn, ana tne heaviest
movement for nearly two years. How
It will offset earnings cannot be
(auged, as tbe proportion of loaded
lars is not known, mat tbe effect
rIU be beneficial is, of coure.admltted,
ind It is believed tbe company's earn
ings for August will exoecd those of a
- . i . r'
Minor Industrial Notes,
The Federal C'ounoll bas approved the
ichnma anhmltted (or a Jura-SimDlon rail-
iray tunnel through the Simpfon. Tbe
lost of this work will be 54,600,000 franca.
The plans will now be submitted for tbe
ipproval or. tne Italian government.
For soma time the Lehleh Valley rail
toad shops in South Kaston have been
naklna bat three days a week, and tbe
nen were discouraged because there is a
' treat deal of work awaiting attention.
Utt week a. dispatch was received to
mild' five new Dwsnneer, cars as soon as,
toaeibla. and now ISO men are at work,
ririsis about one-fourth of the force. It
i expected that 'ere long the shops will
nn over time. -
The freight 'movement over the Middle
II vision ot the Pennsylvania rauroaa on
Vednesdsv last was the Unrest in the hls-
ory or the company, Over 6,000 cars were
handled on tbis day between Altoona and
liarrieDnrg. The movement over tne
Philadelphia division was 6.001 It is es
timated that tbe freight movement lor
this month will exceed 120.000 cars, it
being the largest movement for eighteen
niqutu. . .
Several "notes" in this department last
Saturday were taken from the Coal Trade
Journal and headed: . VBorrowed from
6a ward." This headine was inadvertent
ly omitted, thus occasioning some confu
sion in meaning. Tbe "note" detailing a
conversation , with the lute James. O.
Blaine relative to free coal was ond or
these. Tub TflmcNK does not desire
either to sail nndar false colors or to de
prive the distinguished editor of its excel
lent New York trade contemporary of
whatevor credit attaches to his advocacy
of free trade lu bituminous ooaL
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Stooks and Bonds.
Tha fnllnwmv nnmniAM taOle ShOWlnGf thi
Java fluctuation id aotlve xtooka is supplied
and revised daily by William Linn Alien &
Co.. stock broker 412 spruce street,:
upon- nun- Ijow
Am. Cot. Oil fllVi
Am SnRar. H-).
C'lieionke & Ohio... 21
I'QIe. Has. VITO
Ohio & N. W.......107U
O., B. St Q 7!4
(. n.c. ft St. I,.... 41 w
C. M. A HU rani.... mi
Chicago, K. I. ts Poo. (Mi
D. U m4
D., L. a w
D. A O. P 21
. E. Co 42M
Lake Shore....,, liiT
aiiiuaiian....j i-im iuk.
Mbh. Cent Wife WtJ
Nat. Curdago 21
Nat. Lead U
Now Jursiiy Cout...Ht
N. K. Ventral mn
N. Y. ft N. E
N. Y..L. E. AW.... l'Ai
N. V.. B. W Kit
N. Y., 8. ic W, pr.. 41! 4
North Pao. rr IK!
O. ft W li'i
Phil, ft RnailiiiK 21$
Klcn ft W-. p.i..
T..C.& I ....
Texas rao 101$
Wabash pr 1W
Chicaeo Oram aud Provisions.
An tt Tha follawlntr anota-
tions nre suppud and oirreetod daily by
Wm. Linn Allen ft Co., btock brokers, 427
' Open- Hih- Low- Clos
WHEAT. ins. est. cit. i"R.
Sopt 5IM 644 r.lVri 6ty
Deo:....... ';.:ii m 67?6 &7
Pcpt 6.-A4 H.W4 !m 5il8
DJc. blli 62 tl 61?4
Sept SUJ4 S0?4 30 30
Scranton Whoiaaale Markat
Scranton, Aug. 27. Fruit and Produce
Driod apples per pound, 6J4n7o.: evap
orated apples, 1 IsHo. per pound; Tarkim
firunes, 6a5o.: English currants, 2ai!!o.i
ayer raisins, 81.75al.80-. muscatels, 11.00a
1.40 per box; new Valencies, 0a7c. per
Beans Marrow-fats. 83.40a3.50 per
bushel; mediums, f2.Uual.U0.
r-BAS ureen. 81.lftal.2U per onshei; spue,
tS.60a2.60; lentels, 5 to 80, per poind.
Potatoks New, 7s to 80c. per bushel.
Onions Bnshel, 76 to 80c.
Butter 17c to 23c. per lb.
Cbikse 9alOMc per 10.
Eoas Fresh, 17Kel8e
MEATs-Uama, 12Wc; small hams, 13c;
skinned bams, 14o.; California bams,
9c: shoulders, bjc; bellies, 9)0.; smoked
oreaictast bacon, 12c.
Smoked Beef Outsides. lSVfc: sots,
15c: iusides and knuckles. 16!io. Acme
sliced smoked beef, 1 pound cans, $2.45
Pork Mess at 115; short cut, 310.
Lab D Leaf In tierees at 9W.t In tabs.
0"c.t in 10-ponnd pails, 10)io. per pound;
5-pound palls, 10c. per pound; 8-pound
palls. 10!s. par ponnd; compound lard
tierces, 7c; tubs, 7ic; lO-pounn palls,
7c per pound; 5-pound pails, 7c per
pound; 3-pouuapans, uc per pouna.
lour Minnesota patent, per carrel.
t4.00a4.20; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
13.25; Graham at 13.50; rye Uour, at
Feed Mixed, per cwt, at f 1.25.
Grain Ere, C5e.t corn. G4 to 070.: oats,
45 to 55c. per bushei.
Kyk Straw Per ton, Sl3al0.
Nsw York Product Market
New York. Aue. 27. Flour Dnll.
weak; slow aomanu.
Winter Wheat Low eradew. tl.85a
3.B0; do., ralr to fanoy. 3.40a2.B0: do..
patent, 2.uad.ZU; AlinneHota clear, 2.25a
.H; do., straiijuts, Maa.50, do pntente.
$3.40a3.90: low extras, $L85a3.50: city
rnuis, fd.oaa.i.ou; ao., patents, H.u4.ao.
Wheat More active for . export, hia.
lower with options closing Arm. No. 2
red, store end elevator; 53r5Wc: nlloat.
58n5S)ic.; f. o. b., oSJfaSUc; nnpradod
red, 53a5ita; No. 1 northern, 65fl3c;
options closed weak at Kakc. nndor tat-
nrday; tradins fairly active. September
and December most active. Hales Included
No. 2 red closing, Angust uSc; Septem
ber, 58Xc; October, 5'Jo.
Uobh Unlet, llrmer: No. 2. tisiio. ele
vator; No. 2 62a63c. afloat; options were
nun; closing nrm at ayo. over Satur
days; May most active; Auguit, C2)c.;
Depwmoer, 010.: uecemoer,
UAT8 More active, nrm: options ami.
easier; August, 83c; September, 33c;
October. 840.; December. 8fl?;o.: Mav.
oirc.j spo: prices, no x, Bajjawc; iNa 3
wnito, iiojiatffo.; no. 3 uniengo, B4e.s
No. 8, 83c: No. 8 white 86c; mixed
western, maaac. ; white do.. 3(J41a: white
VKKT HteadT, Tjuiet; raraily, 10.00
la.eou; extra mess, x.uu(,xs.,w.
Bekk Hams Steady, aulet: 22.00.
Tieroed Beef Quiot; steady; city extra
mum moss, ciJ.U')r li.uu.
Cut MKATS-Oui'ot Arm: Dickled bellies.
12 lbs, 8Kc: picklod shoulders, 6c; pickled
unuis, ii74ii;;c; miuuies nominal.
Lard Firmer, dull: western steam
closed at S.27!; city at7X8c; options
none; September closed $8.30; refined firm
er; continent, tS.fiO; South Amorica, $8.90;
compound. GiiOi 6A
Pouk Active, tirm; moss, Jl5al5.25; ex
tra prime, $13al3.50.
Butter-DuU, steady! state fancy, 14n
. uu. ueiiuiery, isaixc; i'enn-
B.vivBiiiB, uo., uiuutc.r western, dairy,
lliialTC., 'do. ; .creamery. 15a24Wo.:. da.
factory, 13nlfic; elgws, 21c; imitation
Cheese Oulot. firm: statp. larirp.
8al0c; do. smalt western, 8al0Xc.j part
sic a, oaio.; iuu saims, Xftaac
Euoh yuiet, stoady: state and Pennsyl
vania, Ida: ice house. lfialGc west
ern fresh, ICalTct do., per case 3j
' Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia. Antr. 27. Tallow was
nrm with small supplies. Prices were
Prime city in hogsheads, 4j44c; prime.
country, in Darreis, sc.; ao. oaric in bar
rels, 4jc.j cakes, tic; grease, 4c
Crilioiaing a Tonng- Lady.
"She would be a pretty girl for but one
ii 3 n .
George Ilor face Is always covered with
1 ..J J U...L..
Charley Oh, that's .easily enough dis
posed oL Used to be tbe same wav mr.
self, bnt I oangbt on to the trouble one
day, and got rid of It in no time.
Goo re e What waa ltf
Charley-i-Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short coarse of P. P. P. I tell yon, it's
the boss blood corrector. The governor
uaa rnnamatism so bad that yon could
hear him holler clnap urnu t.h nnnntrV
every time he moved. He tried it. and
yon know what an atbletie -old sent be is-
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a puiuroi, bui huuiu luuntt xnem airer
wards. All the drug stores sell lb '
Db. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs and colds quicker than any other
remedy, because it combines tbe lung
healing quality ot the pine tree witb other
TBiunuie umuiuiunB. eoiu uy cu dealers 01
a guarantee of satistaotion.
ott. eit. in?.
DP tH4 MX
111 ... . .
7 vs 7
fti m m
w$ 2014 21 H
;;?fj ;k 77
m? loria 107-vj
Wi 1 1 ti 4134
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2-iu ml mi
ii 42?s 4-W
i:'i7M liVi.j vm
HOW DISEASE SPREADS.
DIPHTHERIA COMMUNICATED IN MANY
The Eaay FTopagiitlon of the Terrible
Muludy by Itomontury Contact with In.
footed Persons or Surroundings Expo
sure from Pet Animals.
The extreme contagiousness of diphtheria
is well known. A moment's exposure to a
child suffering from it, even in the mildest
form, or in a room infocted by a patieut
weeks or months previously, or to objects
lufectod by bing in the room occupied by
the patient, or to garments or objects In
fected by being worn or handled by him
while sick, bus In numberless instances
communicated tbo disease. The diphtheria
virus adheres so tenaciously to infected
persons or objects that they often commu
nicate diphtheria at a distance from the
source of the infection, and when there is
no suspicion of danger. Thus a child with
fatal uiphtborla, seen by me iu consulta
tion, apparently contracted tbe disease by
embracing a playmate, who was in the
street for the first time after an attack of
A irench medical journal has called at
tention to the fact that resident pliysiciuus
and nurses in diphtheria wards, whose
persons and clothing become fully infected
by the diphtheritic germs, nro very liable to
communicate tho disease, unless they con
stantly employ precautionary measures.
Thus the shawl of a nurse sent to the houso
of a friend introduced diphtheria into tho
Many children have diphtheriu so mild
ly that they do not com i) Lain of being sick,
havo some uppvtlte and are not confined to
their homes. Hence, diphtheria is oftou
contracted from theso mild cases In public
conveyances and in pluces of public resort.
DAKUKlt IN SCHOOLS.
In the outdoor department at Bcllcvue I
have often seen children with diphtheria
sitting among other children waiting tbeir
turn for treatment. These children with
mild diphtheria, taking their meals regu
larly, though with poor appetite, und bav
ing so little fever Uiat It is not noticed, are
often sent by their unsuspecting parents to
the public aud private schools, and there
communicate diphtheria, frequently of a
malignant aud fatal form, to their class
mates. I have been nble to trace attacks
of diphtheria not only to the public and
private week day schools, but also to the
faunday schools, and especially to tbe mis.
Bion schools designed for tenement house
It is now known that several animals,
oven those that are pets in tbe nursery, are
liable to be attacked by diphtheria. In
deed, this has been proved, as wo have
seen, in the laboratories, for bacteriolo
gists investigating the nature of diphtheria
have in numberless instances commuul
cated the genuine disease to animals by In
oculating them with cultures of the Klebs-
It is very important that parents should
know that milk, the common food of the
nursery, is a culture medium of tho dipt
theritic germ. The specific bacillus fall
ing into the milk in handling at the farm
house or elsewhere grows and multiplies
in it. Mr. Cole, a veterinary surgeon of
Australia, published in tho Australian
Veterinary Journal, February, 18S3. the
history of an epidemic of diphtheria that
was traced to the use of milk from a dis
DANGER IN MILK AND CATS.
The London Medical Times and Gnzette
for January, 1879, states that Mr. W. H.
Power, a health Inspector, investigated an
outbreak of diphtheria and obtained suffi
cient evidence, in his opinion, that it was
caused by the nse of milk that contained
the diphtheritic germs. The cows that
furnished the milk had what the veterlna
ry surgeons designate garget or infections
It is evident from the above observations
and facts that the utmost pains should be
taken to obtain milk designed for the
nursery from a healthy source, and to pre
vent its subsequent infection. ' We may
also anticipate our remarks on tho preven
tion of dlphthcTia by stating that milk de
signed for tho nursery should always bo
subjected to the prolonged action of hent
near the boiling point, which destroys all
pathogenic germs. I invariably direct
that it be steamed in or over boiling water
two hours us soon as possible after its re
ception. Klein has made experiments showing the
identity of feline and human diphtheria,
though diphtheria in the cat presents some
anatomical characters different from thoso
iu man, nnd the following observations ap
pear to show that it Is sometimes commu
nicated by this pet of tbe nursery to tho
children that fondlo.it:
The Medical Press and Circular, Juno 4,
1890. states that Dr. Lawrence reports two
cases under his euro in which diphtheria
seems to havo been communicated by cats.
In tho first case, that of a littlo girl, a care
ful inquiry showed that Bhe had not been
exposed to any patient with diphtheria,
although this disease was prevailing with
in a mile of the patient's residence, but
that Bhe hod nursed n sick cat some dnys
previously. The cat died soon after, Hiid a
second cat becamo sick and was killed.
DANGER IN FAI'.M AVlMALS.
Further inquiry disclosed tho fuct that a
neighboring farmer had lost seventeen cats
and another farmer fifteen cats from a
throat distemper. Ono of the farmers
stated that he had examined the throats of
some of the cats and found them covered
with a white membrane.
Observations show that the feathered
tribe are especially liable to diphtheria.
On the island of Sklathos, off tho north
eastern cpatt of Greece, no diphtheria hod
occurred' dn:i:g at least thirty years pre
viously to lSEi, according to Dr. llild, the
medical practitioner of tho island.
In 18SI a dozen turkeys were introduced
from Salouica. Two of them wero sick at
the time nnd died soon afterward. The
others becamo affected soon afterward, and
of the whole number seven died, three re
covered and two were sick at tho time of
the inquiry. These two had difficult
breathing, swelling of the glnndsof tho
neck and a pseudo-membrane extending to
the lni-nyx.. As further evidence that tho
disease was diphtheria, one of tho turkeys
that survived had paralysis of tho feot.
The turkeys were in a garden upon the
north side of tho town, nnd the prevailing
winds upon the island are from the north.
When this slcknms was occurring among
the turkeys an epidemic of diphtheria be
gan in the houses iu proximity to tho gar
den nnd spread through the town. It
lasted five months, and ot 125 individuals
attacked by diphtheria in a population of
4,000 thirty-six died. From this time diph
theria has been established on the island,
and frequent epidemics of it have occurred.
Dr. J. Lewis Smith in Babyhood.
' Will Making' and Will lWking.
"There is absolutely no safety nowa
days," said a well known lawyer of this
city the Other day, "in making a will. If
you have a lot of money and don't dispose
of it in a way to suit your relatives they,
are sure to rush into court about it aud
make trouble for your widow or children
or both. Very often, in sheer disgust, the
legitimate heirs will- compromise tbeir
claims rather than permit themselves to
be dragged through a long and expensive
lawsuit. Ot course, the lawyers profit by
these controversies, but they have been
carried during the post few years to BUch
a disgraceful extent that even lawyers are
disgusted with the injustice of them.
, "It is a comparatively easy thing under
our present laws for a disgruntled claim
ant upon an estate to have a' will 'broken,
but evils, when they become unbearable,
are sure Jo remedy t hemselves, The evil
of will breaking has reached that stage,
and I predict-n great reaction in favor of
the will maker as against the will breaker.
Then wills will have some validity and a
man muy die witb the comforting assur
ance that after bis demise his property will
be distributed us he wishes it to be. As the
laws are now, tbe only sure course for him
to pursue is that of giving his property be
fore death. But, as any one can readily
see, this is attended by some dangers and
conditions which do not make it very at
tractive Thoughtful people are awaken
ing to tho evils of the case with wbicb
judges declare dead men to be incapable of
distributing their own property, and will
soou insist upon reforming them." New
The utilization of the power produced by
the ebb and flow of tho tides has been
m.-ulo in Havre to work turbine wheels
which generate tho power necessary to run
the dynnmos which furnish Paris with the
In Africa' iron hoes are quite common
onrrency, reminding one of the iron money
of the Spartans. Mat', cloth, brass and
copper wire, and beads are also African
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and thnt thero was no hope for
her, but two bottlos Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her and she says
it saved her life. Mr. Tuos. Egsers, 139
Florida St., Ban Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything else then
oonght one bottle of Dr. Kiug's New Dis
covery and in two weeks was cured. Ho
is naturally thankful. It is such results
of which these are examples, that prove
tho wonderful eflicacy of tbis medicine in
Coughs and Colds. Free trial! bottles at
Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Regular size
60c and SI.
When Er.by was sick, we gavo her Custorta,
When slio was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When sho becamo Miss, she clung to Custorla,
When sho had Children, she gave them Castor!
It's a Great Shock
to the folks who ara clnlmln they nndorsell
mothers to And that without the least fuss
or blunter w are giving oustomtrs the ben
iflt ot such opportunities as theae.
A Ktrlotlv High Grade Msht-welglif
(Vhnol, 18B4 pattern, for UO cash.
18S3 pattern, 1B0 Wheel, for 75.
lS04pnttorn, 100 Wheel, lor SSSoimNj
these pi'icoe make the business at our store.
FLOREY & HOLT
Y. M. C. A BUILDING.
The Finest in ttie City.
The latest improved fur
nishings and apparatus for
keeping meat, batter and eggs.
823 Wyoming Ave. '
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICYCLES AND SPORTING
Victor, Gendron, Enlipse, LovolL Diamond
ana utuor w ucois.
Stand at the Head.
For thirty yoors
Lucbcr Watch Cases
havo been endorsed by
every prominent dca
Tho Ducher trade
mark in this country,
and tho Hall mark in
England nro a guaran
tee of pure ractul. 17
jewel Hampden move
ments in Duebcr cases
stand at tho head. .
If your dealer docs not knopnur watches mall
us your address und wb will send you tha
rnnm nf n di-nlcr who doos. Tub Liuhdkb
Waicu Wouks, Canton, O.
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. OROFUT Proprietor.
rilHIS HOUSE Is strictly tomp9r!inca. Is new
I and well furnished and OPENrtD To
'HIE PUBLIC THIS YEAH ROUND; Is
located midway notweon moiuroio and Biiran,
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Rlx'milos from L., I., & W. It 11 at Alford
Station, and tlvo mlltii from Mmtron; ca
ducity, eiRhty-flvoi throe minutes' walk f rom
it. H. station.
GOOD lloATM, FISHING TACKLE, Ao.,
f llEK TO UUX.S1S.
Altitude about 2.000 feet, equalling In this
respect the Adirondack ana Can 111 Moun
tain. due groves, plenty of shale and beautiful
scenery, making a Bummer itesort nnex-
couoa in beauty ana cnejpnos
Dancing pavilion, swin,s, croquet gr onnds,
ftc. Cold Bnrlni Water and plenty of Milk.
Kates, HI to CIO per week. HI. DO per
Excursion tlckots sold at all ttattons onD.
Li. St W. linos.
1 Portff meets all trains.
MR. FRED MCHEL
At his newlv renovnted and Deemed Hotel at
CLARK'S HUM MIT. Is now prepared to fur
nish traveling men and social imrtios with
the LATEST, NEW-BTYLED RIGS, single
or double, t tike thorn to Lake w Inula.
Gravel Pond and all suburban points and
Hummer resorts at reasonable prices. A large
livery barit connected with aotol for travel
log public ,
. . Xs ! ''j?
II Ru'DY JEWELED i)
Vu WATCHES A,f
, k THE
Mv wlfa has been tranfclarl
with Liver Complaint and Pal
pitntlun of the heart for over s
year. Hnr ca.10 bnlDed the skill
of our best physicians. Altor
lining threo bottles of yonr
Burdock Blond Bitters he b at
most entiroly well. We truly
recommend your medicine.
MEOItOI w, HhAWLL
M ontpelier, Williams Co., O
H. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
DKCKKH BltOTHERfl an
KRAKK1H & BACK ttunf
Alsea large (took ot fint-olue
National Bank of Scranton
W. W. WATSON, Vice President
A. a WILLIAMS, Cashier.
dAME M' EvKRHART,
JnVtNQ A. FlNCFT,
Joseph J. JtiiHYif.
FIERCE 15. r INLUr,
M. 8. Kkmkhku..
JoflN T. POKTEU,
CiiAa, P, Matthews,
W. W. Watbom.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This hank invites tho patronage of buelnew
men ana arms generally.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
BUNT & CORNELL CO.
THE GREAT 30th
produce thi! above results In .'SO iIuth. It a, ti
powerfully and milckly. Cures when all otherx fall
Yomiumomvillrauiu their lout manhood, aud old
nii'ii will recover their youthlul viKor by UHing
Iti.YlM). It quickly and surely rcatofis Nervous
ileus, Lost Vitality, lmnntcucy. Nlehtly Emissions
Loet Power. Fallilm Memory, Wastiue iHneases, and
all envcta ot self abuso or Fxeiwaand lnillscretlon
which unllts one (or stmly, biiHlneHs or marrlnite. It
not ouly cures by xUrting at the Heat of diKeaue, bill
l a (Trent nrrvetmilo auu hlood bullurr, bring
iuu back tho pink clutv to polo rhrrksandro
atorlni tho lire of vnutli. It ward off Jntiimlti
and L'onsumiition. Insist on having RKVIVO,no
other. IC can ho carried In vest pocket. Dy mill
i.oo rerpneKaBc, or tlx tor 80.00. with a posl
tlvo written guarantee to rure or refund
no money, circular (roo. Address
'"YAL ftEDICiNE CO., B3 River St., CHICAGO, ILL.
For sale by Matthews Ilros., Drufglsta,
DSTTCB inCE CO.. Ino'p. Capital, ! .000,009.
BEST I.KO SHOE IN 'THE WOEltt
"A dollar itued ii a dollar tarnrd."
ThlsT.ndlon' Holid French Ion(rola Kid Tint
ton Boot dollvorod free anywh.re in the U.S., on
reoelptottash, Modoy order,
or Poital Kota (or 11.60.
Equnli every iray the boots
old In all retail storne for
160. We make this toot
cunolves, thorcfore we guar
anttt the(, ttylt and wwtr,
and If any one Is not atlaflea
mm vui rorunu mo moner
'oe or t'ommon Ben..,
wiums v., ... Mt m aik.
mini taa nan
lies. Stnd your tit;
DR. G. EDGAR DEAN has removed to 616
Spruce street, Scranton, Pa, Jnat op
posite court-houso Square)
DU. A. J. CON NELL, Office 2U1 Waehlngtoo
avenue, corner Bnruoa street over
Francke drug stora Residence, Vine lb
UtHcehonra: 10.9) to 13 a. m. and tot and
CW to 1.9) p. m. Bunday, t to 8 p. m,
DR. W. E. ALLEN. Uffloa cor. Laoka
wanna and Washington avoa. : over Leon
ard shoe store; oflice hours, IU to 12 a. m. and
II to 4 p. m.: eveniniia.at leaidenoo, tViSL
Dlt-UL, KKEY, Practice limited to Dia
easos of the Eve. Ear. Noeo and Throat:
olflce, Vt Wyoming avo. beeideno SAt Vine
Dlt. I. M. GATES. U'S W'ashlneton Avenue,
Ollice hours, o to 9 a.m.. l.JU to B aud I
to 8 p.m. KosUlonco 'MV Madison avenue
IU11.N L. WENXZ, M. 1)., OillcOT 62 aud 61
J Commonwealth building: residence 711
Madison avo: offlce hours. W to 12, to 4, I to
8; Hundays 2.90 to 4. eveninm at residence. A
noclultv made of direaaea of the eve. ear. nose
aud throat and gynecology.
R.KAY. 200 Penn Ave. ; 1 to 3 p.m ; fall 2062.
l'ls.nt women, uoatetrics and dls, ot cnu.
f M. a ItANCK'8 Law and Collection of
it flee, No. 817 Kpruce St., opposite Forest
House. Bci an ton. Pa,; collectiunta specialty
throuuhout Peiinsylvaniai reliable correspond'
cuts in every county.
I htSSUl'S H HAND. Attornevn and Cinnl.
I lors at Lair, Commonwealth building.
n aaniugion avw w. n. Jtssup,
Horace k. hand.
W. H. Jesbup, Jh.
1LLABD. WAItREN & KNAPP, Attor-
...... r I A T Dne.,ll.llMlfl
' llvj B ItllU WUllBlTtLfl O Mb -W. UCUUWUVWU
luildintr, WRflhin(ftfin ave.. Boranton, Vk
IJATTKKhON & WILCOX, Attorneys and
1 Counsellors at Law: offices 0 and 8 Library
building, boranton. Pa.
rtOSWKLl. 1L PATTIR90BL
William A. Wilcox.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
torney and Counsellor. Commonwealth
bnildlng. Rooms 10, 20 and 21.
P. BoYLE. Attorney-at-Law,Nos.l and
20, Burr lmilding, Washington avenue.
ENHY 11. HEELY -Law offlcos in Price
huildiug, i'M W ashinuton avenue.
"I7KANK T. OKKLL, Attorney at Law.
I 5, Coal Exchange. Scranton. Pa.
MILTON W. LOWRY, I Att'ys, 227 Washing
C. H. VON BTOKCH, I ton av., C. H. square.
lAMEdW. OAKFOHD. Attornev at Law,
rnoms SI, 84 and 65, Commonwealth b'l'g.
UAMUEL W. EDGAR, Attorney at Law.
O Oflice, 317 Hprucest., Hcranton. Fa.
A. WATRE8, Attorney at Law, 423
Li. Lackawanna auo.. Hcranton. Pa.
) P. SMITH, Counsellor at Law. Offlce,
i . rooms 54, 55, 50 Commonwealth building.
' H. PITCHER. Attornov at Law. Com
monwealth building. Scranton, Pa.
C. COMEGYB, 821 Kpruco st
B. REPLOGLE. Attornev Loans neno-
iiatca on real estate security.4Q Bprnce.
I ) F. KILLAM, Attornev-at-Law. 12U Wy
l. omingavunuo. Hcranton.
OCHOOLOF THE LACKAWANNA. Scran.
ij ton. Pa., nrcnarea bova and crlrln fnrrnllnn
or business: inorouguiy trains young cnlldreo.
Catalogue at request. Opens HopU-mtwr la
KbV. TflOMAfl M. CAR.X
Walter H. Boell.
TiriBS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
1H and SchooL 412 Adams avenue. Punlli
reoeivoa nt au times, next term wiu open
1 C. LATJBACH, burgeon Dentist, No, 113
R. M. STKATTON. offlo Ctial F.xrhsne
I'HE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso
ciation will loan you monoy on easier terms
and pay yon better on Investment than any
otner association, can on . n. cal.LiH.jn
DKR, Dime Bank building
r u r ' T adit . rv l: t, , .
vJ. and Nurserymen; store 148 Washington
avenue; green house, 1350 North Main avenue;
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jon Bros,
TOS.KrETTEL. 6i5 Lackawanna avenue,
tf Hcranton. Pa., mantif'r nf Wlro Screens.
HOTELS AM) KESTAUKANTS.
rPHE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 Franklin ave-
-a. uuu. iaiLa reaeuuauie.
P. ZiEQt.ER. Proprietor.
I rtbTJllASTER HOTEI
VV W. G. 8CHENCR". liana
Sixteenth street, one block east of Broadway,
at umou square, new xora,
American plan, fci.50 por day and upward.
OCRANTON HOUSE near D., U A W. pas-
suugur uepou yonauctea on tne bnropean
, .ii ii, .in iT i r-ropriet(ir.
AVISl M llfllTPT ArchltA.u Um. 11
25 and 2 Commonwealth b ld'g. Hcrantoa
I L.WALTER, Architect. Offlce, rear of
Um COB Washington a veil u a
I? L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
i buiiaing,i2U v asiilngton Ave.,Scranton.
AUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
balls, nicnlcs. parties, recentlons. wed
dings and sonenrt work furnlshod. For term.
address It J. llunor, conductor, 117 Wyoualng
nve., ovor Hulbert's music store.
HORTON D. SWART8 WHOLESALE
lumbor, Price building, Scranton, Pa.
MEGARGEK BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
stipplioa, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Hcranton,
VHSKtt AND CARRIAGES FOR SALE
at Uod lupous) avenue.
u. Li. rtioTK, Agent,
1.MIANK P. BROWN&c6WHOLir
J aiili) dealers in Woodwaro, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, W. Lackawanna avenue.
E. Robinson's Sons'
Eantifactursra ot tbs Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
AT THE OLD DEPOT HOTEL,
Is prepnrcd to receive summer boarders and
furnish rlss for tourists to surrounding towns
and summer resort.
. For Delicacy,
For parity, and for improvement of the com
plex ion, nothing equals PoztoNi'a Powder.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF E J.
LEHIGH ArfD $USO0HA DIVISION
Anfr.Vrlt-A ual M.Arl ATllKrlvrAI 4t,mM.
cleanlineis and comfort '
f 1MB TAB LI IS IfflCT Ukt V 1NL
lV4na a.HA-. Tkia.a . Will
Bgrreeto., at 8.2(1, 8.15, U.30 a. m., 1160, 100,
8.30, 6.00, 7.86, 11.05 p. m. Sundays, 8.00 a. aZ
1.W, z.10, T.iup. m.
ror Atlantic City, 8.W a. m.
Vlir Kav Vnb K'nn..b A v,,H..w . nr.
(express) a. m., 12.50 (oiproM with Buffet
parlor car), B.ao (express) p. m. Bunday, 2.14
J,KM, bA8To and Philadelphia, 8.20
a-20 (with through car) a. m 12.50 p. m.
"win, L.eDtnon and llarrleburg, via
Allentown, 8.20 a. ro, 12.80, 6.00, p.m. Sunday.
For Pottsville, aa. m 12.60 p. tn.
HAfiirnlritf 1..M Van. V . . t i. .
. . " -' - D ,un, iw vi uiumnj
. m. Sunday, 4.D0 a. m.
Leave PhUadelphla, Beading Terminal 8.03
. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Hunday, 8.27 a. m.
may be bad on application in advance to tht
Him I. .uo .WllUU.
H. r. BALDWIN,
DELAWARE AND HUD
30, all trains will arrlveaud
depart from the new Lack
awanna avenue station aa
Trains trill leave Scran
ton station for Carbondale
and Intermediate point at
Q Wi 1 11 Tnfl BO, 1A 111 111
a.m., 12.00, 2.20, 866, 6.15,6.15, 7.26, 8.10 and
kkU v.v. t.VW- O.M. auu .U.1U
For Farview. Wavmart and Honesdale at
7.00, 8.25 and 10.10 a.m., 12.00,8.80 and 5.15 p. m.
icr Albany. Saratoga, the Adlrondacksand
Montreal at 6.45 am. and 2,20 p.m.
For Wilkos-Barre and Intermediate points
at 7.45. 8.(6. 0.88 and la 45 a m. 12.05. L20. 138.
4.00, 6.10, 0.05. 8.15 and 11,88 p.m.
.t rains win arrive at bcranton btation rrora
Carbondale and intermediate nolnta at ? 40.
8.40, 8.81 and 10.40 a.m., 1210, 1.17, 184, 8.40,
tn, u ao. i.n, ii ana ii.w p.m.
From IIonHdaln. Wnvmnrk &nil Fal-vtw afc
8.84 a.m.., 12.00, L17, 188.8.131.52 and 7.45 p.m.
rrommoucreai, Saratoga, Albany, eta, at
464 and 11.88 p.m.
From v likes-Barre and Intermediate points
at 2.15, 8 01. 1U and 11 55 am., 1 U, 2,14, 8.38,
5.10, 6.08, 7.20, 8.03 and 1L 18 p.m.
MAY 18. 1894.
Train leaves Scranton for Phllailolnhl. anil
New York via. D. liU.RH.it 7.45 a. m.. 12.05.
188 and 11.88 u. m. via D.. L. & W. R. R. Aud.
8.08,11.20 a. m., and 1.80 p. m.
ieave ecranion ior nttston ana wiutss
Barre via I).. I. A W R H R do ROH u ei
a. m., 1.80, a60. 0.07. 8.50 p. m.
Leave bcranton ror White Haven, Hazieton,
Pottsville and all nolnta on tha Beaver
Meadow and Pottsvillo branches, via E. & W.
V., 6.40a.m., via D. &H.R.R. at 7.46a.m.. 12.06.
2.3a 4.10 p.m., via D L. & W. B. E., 0.00, 6JH,
11.20 a.m.. 1.30, a50 p.m.
Lieave ecranion ior rsetnienem, taion,
Reading, Harrisburg and all intermediate
point via D.& H.R.R. 7.45 a.m., 12.0 8.88, 1L88
p.m.,vla D., L. & W. B. 86.00,6.08, 11.20 a. m,
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, Towanda,
Elmira, Ithaca, Qeneva and all Intermediate
poinU vl&p. & H. R.R..8.46 a.m.,12.05 and 11.88
p. m-.vta D. L. W. R. R., 8.08 a.m.,1.80p. m.
Leave Hcranton for Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all nolnti
west via D. & H. R. R., 8.45 a-m., 12.05,9.15.11. H
S. m., via D. L. & W. R. R. and PitUtoa
unction, 808 a.m., 1J0, 8.50 p. m., via E. & W.
For Elmira and tha west via Salamanot. via
D. A H. R. R. Mf a.m.. 12.03,6.06 p. ra.. via D..
L. & W. K.R, ,8.08 a.m., 1.80 and 8.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. & B. Junction or
Wilkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLL1N H. WILBUR, Gen. Bupt
CHAS. 8. LEE, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Phila.,P.
A.W.NONNEMACHER,Ass't Oen.Pass. Ag't,
South Bethlehem, Pa.
DELAWARE. LACKAWANNA " AUD
Traina leave Scranton aa follows: BxnreM
for Now York and ah points East 1.40, 169,
a 1R. 8 (HI and 8 An a. m ! 18 SA an4 8 AO n. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Philadalphla
and the South, 6.15, 8.00 and .6J a. m. Ull
and 3.50 n. ttl
Washlngton and way station. 165 p. m,
Tobyhanna accommodation, 8.10 p. m.
Exnr. as for Blnghamton, Oswego, Elmira,
Corning, Bath, Dansvllle, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10, 2 16 a. m. and 1.24 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all point In the
West. Northwest and Southweab
Bath accommodation, 8 a. m.
Blnghamton and way iUtionj, 1137 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, at 4 p. m. an4
e 10 p. m.
Blnghamton and Elmira Express, COS p. tn.
Expreas for Cortland, Syracuse, Otvfh
Utica and Richfield Spring, 115 a. m. and U
Itliaca. 215 and Bath 9 a, m. and li4 p. m.
For N ortnumberland,Pittston, Wilke-Bairv
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Willlanuport, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wash
ington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate station.
6.00, 9.55 a m, and 1.30 and 807 p. m.
Nanttcoae ana intermediate elation, 8.W
and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Intermediate
stations, 8.50and 162 0. m. .
Pullman parlor and sleeping coacbe oa aU
Xfor detailed Information, pooket thus tablet,
etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, city ?ket offlo
828 LackawannaavenuA or depot tieket offlo
RIE AND WYOMING VALLEY BAIL
nvatna in... Ccranfrin Wfiw Y end lo-
termedlnte potato on the Erie railroad at & W
a. m. and 8.24 p. m. Also for Honesdale,
Hawloy and local points at 6.35, 8.45 a. m., and
8.24 p.m. , .
All the above gr through train to aaa
An additional train leave Scranton for
Lake Ariel at 5.10 p.m. and arrives at Scran
ton from the Lake at 8 26 am. and 7.46 p.m.
Trains leave for WUkm-Barra at 0.40 m.
and 841 p. in.
In Effect Jaae 84ik, 1804.
(Trains Dally, Ex
IN. Y. Franklin St.
West 42nd street!
8 H 1 00
7 W ID 15,10
(4' IM 480
( 45 1 58 4 88
( 55 1 1 08 6 06
7 3312 18 10 01
7 W 12 08 8 M
7 lftlll'ilH 8 4M
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7 17 a 881 6 87
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AU trains run dally except Sunday,
t. slgntlles that trains stop on ilgnal for pas.
recure rate via Ontario 4 Western bsfor
purchasing tickets and save money. Day m
Nlligt Biureastothe West.
J. C. Anderson, Gen. Paai. Agt
T. riltcrott, Div. raw, Agt, scranton, fa.
Come and see us about tht Job
Work you mil need soon.
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