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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1894.
Tbe statement xt the business of the
Reading Railroad tompaoy for tbe
month of July thowi: Qroee reeelpti,
$1,779,014.03; grosi expenses, $986,
000.68, leaving a profit in operating of
$798,013.85; riet receipte from other
Boarcea, $60,179.47, making, tbe profit
for tbe month $853,192 83. From tbii,
bowerer, tbe following deductions nre
made: Equipment payment, $118,
579.81; terminal trackage, $30,000; one
twelfth of current year's fixed charges
(estimated), $705 000, miking total
charges of $873,579.71 and leaving a de
ficit for the month of $20,380 89. For tbe
corresponding period of last year tbe
deficit was $61,092.15. Tbe deficit
for the current year to date ie
$1,216,650.92, an increase of $133,
007.71 as compared with tbe
same period in 1893 Tbe statement of
the bniiness of tbe Reading Coal and
Iron company for tbe month of July
shows gross receipts, $1,039,874.99;
gross expenses (made tip as follows,
operating expenses, $1,422.763 23; col
liery improvements, $05,640.33; expen
ditures for permanent Improvements,
$1,170.81,) $1,489,578 87, leaving a profit
from mininir of $150,296.12. From this
is deduoted $122,209.29 as one-twelfth
of the current year's fixed charges,
thus leaving a surplus of $23,086. 83 for
tbe month. For the corresponding
month last year tbe deficit was $16,
295.41. The deficit for the current year
to date is $824,256 86, an increase as
compared with tbe corresponding pe
riod in 1893 of $101,771 7.5,
Statement of tbe business of all lines
of the Pennsylvania Railroad company;
All linns enet of Pittsburg and Erie for
July, 1894, as compared with the sume
month in 1893, show a doerease itt
gross earnings of $792.722 24; a de
crease in expenses of $671,031.23; a de
crease in net earnings of $121,690 94.
Tbe seven months of 1894 as compared
with the same period of 1898 shows a
decrease in gross earnings of $9,429,
962 65 ; a decrease in expenses of $6, 313.
C23 88; a deorease .in net earniuge of
$2,086,438 77. All ltnea west of Pitts
burg and Erie for July, "1894, ns com
pared with the same month in 1893,
dhow a decrease in gross earnings of
$603.228 25, a deorease In expenses of
$583 820 19, a decrease in net earnings
of $24,403.00. The seven months of
1894 as compared with tho same period
of 1893 show a decrease in gross earn
ings of $5,251,443 89, a decrease in ex
penses of $3,494,793 57, a decrease in
net earnings of $1,756,613 82.
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Tbe Philadelphia Inquirer quotes the
"general superintended of one of the
biggest of the producing companies" as
saying: "The anthrasite coul trade is
in an exceedingly critical couditlon. It
' looks as though tbe trade would fall to
pieces owing to the great overproduc
tion during the months of June and
July, The stocks are so large and de
mand is so light that nothing short of
almost total restriction can save the
situation. The soft coal strike im
proved tbe demand at tbe begiuniug of
June, bnt tbe production has been en
tirely disproportionate to tbe wants of
, the trade since. Stocks at the several
shipping points are enormous and
dealers ars stocked up. At Chicago
and other western points we have a
supply wbloh we fear is greatly in ex
cess of onr needs, and is- there solely
because we must reach the west while
navigation is open. Western demand
is entirely for domestic purposes, nnd
tbe farmers who formerly burned
anthracite now burn wood. Many
burn twisted bay in stoves espe
cially constructed for that purpose.
Fully 80 per cent, of the anthracite
mined is for demestio use, aud hard
times seriously affect the trade. Peo
ple use one stove instead of -two and
sift the ashes. This phase is a very
serious one and it is being felt. No
immediate encouragement is to be ob
tained from tbe operation '.of tbe new
tariff act, even though industries start
up, for soft coal is used for manufac
turing purposes. Of course, if money
should become plentiful, more coul
will be used in the households, and we
will benefit later on. Bo far this month
our collieries have not worked more
than sixty hoars, and it will not be
possible to do any better dnring Sep
tember. Should there be any attempt
to operate extensively prices will break
and the trade will be in a cbaotio
state, and there is no knowing where
the end will be. Mind you, I am not
saying that this will happen, bnt it
looks very critical. We are bopeful
Vtbat all tbe prodnoers will see the ab
scntote necessity for restriction, and
then matters may right themselves."
" Tffie Atantio Coast line's special,
whih left Jacksonville Monday with
FloHjda Knights of Pythias, at 4 30 p.
m., Eastern tims, and arrived in Wasd
ingtsm at 8 09 a, m. yssterdsy, made
tbe ram of 780 miles, after dedncting
stoppages, in 880 minutes, an average
speed fir tbe entire distance of 55
miles pel hour. The quickest time was
wade on the Northeastern road from
Charlestoln to Florence, a distanos of
96 miles, in 93 minutes.
Minor Industrial Notes;
The Enterprise Hosiery company, of
Hollidaystmrg, resumed operations Mon
day after nine months' idleness.
The work of grading for Van Wickle's
new railroad is about completed, and the
laying of the tracks will begin today.
The Valentine Iron company, at Bello
fonte, started their furnaces Monday after
several months' idleness. Employment
has been given again to a large number of
Coxe Bros. & Co. have at last succeeded
In thkiDR tbe body of water from No. 8
slope. Work is progressing rapidly tow
ard putting it in shape for coal mining.
Themanways and mule way are all re
paired. Since the blunt in the coal trade as high
' as twenty-five and thirty cars have been
condemned daily at some of the South
tide collieries, near Hazleton. In order to
prepare this coal in a manner to suit the
dull market it has been necessary to pat
it through the breakers a second time.
Railway officials in the east are very
much Interested in tbe anullment pro
ceedings brought by tbt attorney-general
of Illinois agalust tbe Pullman company,
and are awaiting the outcome with ranch
concern'.' The opinion seems tobecener-
ally indulged in that the Pullman charter
will he revoKea ,
The introduction of the trolley railways
everywhere, .superseding borse power, has
already very materially increased the con
sumption of the small steam siees of Anth
racite, and, .while there is a plentiful
Bupply of pea, buckwheat and rice coal at
present, tnis orancn or. me coai traae is
One good evidence of business' upward
tendency Is tbe recent increase in good.
live industrial news.. For weeks it has
been duller than a cemetery in the an
thraoite coal trade no news, no new ac
tivities, nothing worthy of space in a
newspaper. Tns Tribune gladly bails
this sore sign of a revival. i1
For first six months of this year tbe re,
ceipts of bituminous coal at San Francisco
'were as follows! From Great Britain, 82,
, 1271 toasi from British Columbia, 860,843
tons: from Japan, 8,847 tons;from Austra
lia, 45,270 tons; from China, 2,500 tons,
making a total of 836,831 tons, against
850, Via tons' a year ago. There were Hi,
64S tons of anthracite from Wales.
It is a good thing that the government
has at lost decided to use American coal on
American vessels. Heretofore, on the Pa-
olfle, British Columbia coal has been given
a deeided preference, and It has appeared
impossible to convince the naval authori
ties that any coal mined on this side of the
international boundary was as good for
steaming purposes as that from tbe other
side. . 1
Joseph rVhltebonse, the assistant outside
foreman at the Beading Coai and Iron
company's Shenandoah City oolliery, who
is chargtd with collecting wages from the
compuny on fictitious pay rolls, and who
disappeared last Monday, has been brought
to Shenandoah from Trenton. N. J. After
a hearing before Justice Williams he was
committed to jail In default of bail. There
are upward of forty distinct charges
The Lehigh Valley Railroad company,
which is in need Of passenger cars, recent
ly asked for bids for twenty-five coaches.
Several car building companies presented
estimates, but the company found that it
could build more satisfactory cars at its
South Easton shops and accordingly the
entire order has been placed there. This
insures steady worK ana run time to over
150 of the shop hands. It is possible that
the force will be increased.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Btoeks and Bonds.
. New York, Ana. 28.-Stocks ruled lower
today. The decline was the result of real
ization by holders who were looking for a
bulge to follow the ending of tariff uncer.
tainty. Buyers were not numerous enough
to absorb tbe offerings aud a lower range
of quotations naturally followed. July
statements of the Reading and Pennsyl
vania, while satisfactory to a certain de
gree, failed to check the decline, which
was equal to per cent, in tbe usually
active railway issues.
Iu the Industrials, Distillers broke 1 to
18.V on tho failure of the company to ob
tniu the $5,000,000 required to release tbe
distilled spirits controlled by tbe concern,
subsequently there was a rally to 18 and
the stock closed at 11 a loss of tor tbe
day. American Sugar ranged from 111 to
112.V, and closed at the lowest point of the
day. Tne net losses for the day were
to i per cont.
The Hollowing complete taole snowing tbs
dav's fluctuations in active stocks is supplied
andrevlsed daily by William Linn Allen &
Co., stock brokers, 412 Spruce street-'
t Opon- Hizh- Low Clos-
in. est mi. int.
Am. cot. on at'i aw m mi
Am Sugar. 111"? UVd 111 111
A.T. AS. F Ok tK (i t)
Can. 8a 62W 53 K? 53
Chospeake& Ohio... Slj, 2IU l!0W 2i
Chic. Gas . Tif'fj . ',r,H T'4 71)
Chlo A N. W.....lti7 iml 107L1 107
Q., B. & O Oil ;ti JKtf 78$
C, O.C. & St. L.... 40-w 404? 4UtZ 40!
C. M. gt. Paul.... iwy M li'.vl o-k
Chicauo.R. I. & Pac. few IMj 6T4 07'4
D. & H WHS VM VW
V., L. & W...,....,,lUnl4 IWi lWi
t. st c. f mi ion is;i m
0. E. Co 42tf till 41 ii
Lake Shore 1301$ V-V 13(1 130
L. & N mi fti fill oTis
Manhattan. IHH4 119ft 110V4 11UJ4
Ulas. Pan SOU 1114 2H 2U)8
Nut. Curdazo 20?, W'4 , V. 21
Nat. Lead 4.".tS 4;St 44 43M
New Jersey Cont...llo 115 31114 114.14
N. Y. Central lWJa 1WH 102 l',2
N. Y.&N. E
N. Y..L. E.&W.... lit . 1(!$ 18 10
N. Y s. & W 10?4 W4 lti?4
N. Y S. & W, pr
North Pac B4 l 5
North Pao. pr 20 20 m Wli
O. A W 171.4 17fcj 1714
Phil. & Ruadlng 21) 21'4 214 Siltf
Rich & W. P
Tuxas Pac Kltf 10U 10'4 10J-4
Union PaciBo Hs Wl lm 13)4
Wabash pr IIV14 1IW 10 16
Western Union 6! HH4 M W
Chicago drain and Provisions.
SmANToa, Aug. 28. The followlns quota
tions are inppUnl and corrected daily br
Wm. Linn Alien Si Co., stock brokers, 427
Open- High- Low- Clos
WHEAT. in?. est. ct, lug.
Rept 54W mi &3!
Deo bl 579 bHY4 Wlj
fept 6.1 Hit 6414 Wi
Dec 61 M fil.14 51
Sept mi 2056 295$
New Tork Produoi market
New Yohk, Aug. 28. Flour Weak,
free off erinaa.
Wheat Lower, weak; lower with op
tions. No, 2 red store and elevator, 57)a
57c; afloat, 67p4u58c.; f. o. b., 6S?4c un
graded 51a58c; No. 1 northern, CSaOoc;
options closed firm; December nnd Sep
tember moat active; Augnst &?c.; Sep
tember, 67c.; October, 6So.: November
and December, 01o.; May, OOJa
CORN Dull, scarce, firmer; No. 2, 63c.
elevator63Jc. afloat; options dull and
steady at o. advance on August and
c decline on other monthc, with cables
easier and lungs realizing; May most ac
tive; August, 034c.; September, OOJic.;
October, 6154C ; December, 57gc.
Oats Loss active, lower; options dull
easier; August, 83Jc; September, SSc.
October, S4c; No. 2 white OetJW,
87it-c.; No 2, SSaSao.; No. 2 white. 80X
a30J4c; No. 2 Chicago, 84c: No. 8, 820.;
No. 8 white, 860.; mixed western. Ba
a34c; white do., 30a41c; white state, 86
BEEr Quiet. Steady; family, flO.OOa
12.000; extra mess, f8.00a8.50.
Beef Hams Steady; 122.00.
Tierokd Bkef Steady; quiet; city extra
India mess, $15.00al7.00.
Cut Meats Dull, firm; pickled bellies,
12 lbs, 8ic; pickled shoulders, 7c; pickled
ham1), lla12c; middles nominal.
Labd Quiet, .flirmer; western steam
(3.45; city, ?h8c.: sale 660 ties; option
sales nono; September closed $8.43; refined
firmer; continent, $8.75; South America,
19.00; compound. OKhOc.
Pork Firm quiet; mess, $15al5. extra
Butter Steady, quiet; state fancy, 14n
22Jc.; do. creamery, 18s24c; Pennayl
vanla, do., 18a24;4'c. ; western dairy, 13,'a
17c, do. creamery, 15a2ir. ; do. factory,
13al0c.; elgius, 24c. ; imitation creamery,
Cueise More active, firmer; state,
large, SalOc; fancy, 10o.; do. small,
8X810X0.) part skims, 47tfo.; full skims,
Eoos Stoady, qniot, state and Pennsyl
vania, 18c; ice house, 14Xal0c; western
fresh, lOalTXc; do., per case 2a3.50.
Philadelphia Tallow Market. -
PniLADELPniAv Aug. 28. Tallow was
firm with small supplies. Prices were:
Prime city in hogsheads, 494'4c; prime,
country, in barrels, 4fl4a4c; do. dark lu
barrels, 4,0.; cakes, 6c; grease, 4o.
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs and colds quicker than any other
remedy, because it combines the lung
healing quality of the pine tree with other
valuable medicines. Sold by ail dealers on
a guarantee of satisfaction.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of 'Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and that there was no hope tor
her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her and she savs
it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything else then
bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery and in two weeks was cured. He
is naturally thankful. It is such results
of which these are examples, that prove
tbe wonderful efficacy of thin medicine In
Coughs and Colds. Free triall. bottles at
Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Regular size
50o. and tl.
Whea Baby was slok, we gave her Caitorta.
When the was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
THE COLORED HANDKERCHIEF.
It Is Still In Evidenee, aud Stationery I,
Mow Jtulnbuw Hued.
Colored handkerchiefs hold their own In
popular favor, although there are certain
prejudiced minds who consider that these
articles belong in the list of those which
should always be pure white, a list which
includes muslin underwear, nightdresses,
linen shirts, collars and cuffs, bedding and
table linen. The conservative class is in
the minority, however, and somo of th(
tinted handkerchiefs are really duinty and
pretty enough to convert tho most rigid
conventionalist. Squares of solid colored
linen lawn in blue, pink, lavender or yel
low are scalloped and embroidered with
Vthito. Others have a white middle, with
a broad hemstitched colored border, and
tho uamo is written across the cornor and
embroidered in silk or linen to match. In
puro white handkerchiefs there is an in
finite variety in sheer linen, with wido 01
narrow hemstitched borders, worked edges,
liico frills and lino Insertion. Those sur
rounded with delicate Valenciennes and
embroidered with whlto linen floss aro al
most tho prettiest of any shown, although
theroare beautiful ones, made of pineapple
cloth and worked elaborately with silk,
that look liko bits of frostwork.
Tho fancy for color has gone further
than handkerchiefs, unfortunately, and
has noticeably affected stationery, which
may bo seen in various strong tones ol
tan, bluo, green nnd brick red. It Is ex
tremely unpleasant to look at and requires
only the addition of somo sort of powerful
scent to bo in thoroughly consistent bad
Among tho parasols there in nothing
particularly new. Tho straight handle
terminated by a bull is almost universal
this season, and the canopy top hug gone
quite out, but tho chiffon and lace puffs
and ruffles of several years past aro still
employed nnd aro very delicate and light.
Puro whlto and black nnd whlto are much
seen, as also aro sun umbrellas of
changcablo and fine checked silk. In
more expensive goods there aro lovely par
asols of white satin, in which are set sev
eral rows of whlto laee insertion, dimin
ishing in width as they approuch the cen
ter. Others have a heavy fall of lace
about the cd;e, headed by a puffing, the
fullness of which Is gathered over the ribs.
A PRETTY PARIS GOWN.
It Is of White Lawn nnd Green Velvet.
French and Yankee Fashions.
We ore fond of affirming in a dissatisfied
manner that European fashion papers and
fashion writers are superior to those in
America, as is everything else abroad, ac
cording to tho critics. Their pictures are
certainly better und tholr articles are well
expressed, but it is astonishing to how
largo an extent their professedly original
text is mude up of recommendations of
particular dressmakers, hairdressers, per
fumers and cosmetic manufacturers. If a
woman writes to a reputablo , American
publication for advice concerning her com-
A VELVET AND LAWK COMD1KAT10N.
plexlon or hair, she is given several bits ol
practical advice, with perhaps a harmless
proscription tacked on that sho can have
made up at any chemist's shop. On the
contrary, tho correspondents' column of a
French fashion paper Is a mere string ol
addresses of business firms whose merchan
dise is recommended by tho person having
charge of that department of tho joijrnul
over his signature. The French aro a
thrifty nation, and it may be reckoned that
a comfortablo income is netted from this
sort of Journalism, which cuts both ways.
It is a very good sort of schoine from a
financial point of view, but the American
publlo is better served, for our journal
ists aropuid at only one point on tho route
and have no temptation to fill up their al
lotted spaeo with advertisements of par
ticular articles. After all, it is a great
thing to be an American we all feel It
even when wo are foolish enough not to ad
mit it and it is best of all to be an Amer
ican woman, for she has tho advantage oi
living from infancy in an atmosphere ol
mental freedom such as tho women of no
other nation enjoy. No amount of Inter
expcrlenco counteracts tho early Influence
of prejudice and narrow views, and Amer
ican women can count upon themselves as
tholr best guides in spite of tho superior
educational advantages of their European
But we have wandered away from fash
ions, which purport to bo onr main ob
ject. We still look to Paris for them, and
the heart of Paris is the Btage. From that
standnrd authority is derived the costume
of which a sketch Is given. The skirt of
white lawn is trimmed with bands of em
broidered Insertion and an embroidered
flounce. The bodice Is of malchlte green
velvet, with a short, full basque. It has a
full vest of white silk muslin nnd velvet
rovers covered with guipure. The sleeves
reach to the elbow, and a black satin girdle
encircles tho waist. Judic Chollet.
A German biologist says that the two
sides of the face are never alike. The eyes
and ears are iuvariubly out of line, and
pretty nearly everything Is all wrong.
Tbe coachmen of Berlin wear a distinc
tive hat when convoying physicians, and
ere granted the right of way by a city or
dinance, WEAK MEN Y0UR ATTENTION
smsssmssb JB VOIiLUU IV iHl
Gray's Specific Medicine
UM 44fc8. IF YOU SUFFER "om er-
IWTJIIH ilttl tuiuA mhwwwmTOUI I ) ft-
bility, Weakness of Body and Mind, Bpermv
torrhta, aud Impotoncy, and all disoasus thut
arise from over-induljreuoo aud selt-abuao, ns
Loss of Memory and t'owor. Dimness of Vis
ion, iTemature Old Age and many otbor dis
eases that lead to Insanity or Consumption
aud an early srave. write for a pampblnt.
Address GRAY MEDICINE CO., Buffalo,
N. Y. The Bpeoifio Medicine la sold by all
diwstats at 9 per package, or six packages
for 8o,or sent by mail on receipt of monoy.and
with every 15.00 order WE GUARANTEE
ivuru ur iuuuy reiuuuvu.
t-"On aocount of oountrfit wa hv
adopt el the Yellow Wrapper, the only genu
in. Sold in Sonmtoo by Matthews Bros.
Is the despairing cry of thousands
Unsightly skin dis.
fyk what this disfigu.
sV ration means to
TH.) sensitive souls i
means isolation, seclusion.
It isabartosocialand business success.
Do you wonder that despair seizes
upon these sufferers when
Doctors fail, standard remedies fail,
And nostrums prove worse than use
Skin diseases are most obstinate to
cure or even relieve.
It is an easy matter to claim to cilre
them, but quite another thing to
do so. N
Have earned the right to be called
Because for years they have met
with most remarkable success.
There are cases that they cannot cure,
but they are few indeed.
It is no long-drawn-out, expensive
25c invested in a cake of
Will prove more convincing than
a page of advertisement.
CUTICURA works wonders,
And its cures are simply marvellous.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticora, 30c.: Soap,
sc.; Krsolvent, $i. Hotter Drug and Chbm.
tour., Sole Props., Boston. "All about lha Skin," free.
Is m Improvement in Soap.
In the Trolley Soap old methods
and materials nre superseded by new
ones. The Trolley Soap leaves the
clothes sweet and clean and lasts longer
than other soaps. " " " "
hi Your Grocer for It,
If he does not keep it send us order for
20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
or for a Box loo cakes 75 pounds $4.50,
Joseph $. Thorny Elinton,
?27 Chestnut Street, Phila.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLKS AND SPORTING
flotor, Gendron, Eclipse, LovelL Diamonb
llie Finest In the Citf.
Tbe latest Improved fur
nishings and apparatus for
keeping meat, butter and eggs.
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el PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
W , AWn PnTAClQIIIM
mil i vinvviwiii
in Blood Poison
P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds op
the weak and debilitated, gives
strength to tvenkoned nerves, expels
dlweaaoa, giving the patient healfh and
happiness where sickness, gloomy
feelings and lassitude llrst prevailed.
For primary, aeoondary and tertiary
syphilis, fur hlood poisoning, mercu
rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and
In all blood and akin diseases, like
blotches, plmplea, old chronic ulcers,
tetter, acald head, holla, erysipelas.
an eczema-wemayaay, without foar of
Oil contradiction, that P. P. P. is the beat
Dioou punuer iu 1.11a wuriu,anu maaeB
fioBltlve, speedy and permanent oureo
n all cases.
m Ladles whoae systems aro polaoned
SBt- and whoae blood Is In an Impure oondl
,jejb tion. due to menstrual Irregularities,
are peouliarly benefited by the won
Sx" derfultonlo and blood cleansing prop
tjTW ertlesof P. P. P. -Prickly Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium.
arm bprihopikld, mo., Aug. Htn, lbya.
I oan speak in the highest terma of
fifsa- your medicine from my own personal
0nr knowledge. I was affected with heart
m disease, plottrlay and rheumatism for
naa-rf 85 years, was treated by the very best
physicians ana spent hundreds of dol
lars, tried every known remedy with
B ' out Bndiug relief. I have only taken
. one Dottle of your P. P. P., and oan
SB" cheerfully say It baa done me more
grmmw good than anything I hare ever taken.
5 I oan recommend your medlolne to all
sufferer oi tne auove aiaeaaes.
MUS. M. M. VRARV.
8pr.' jgfleld, Green County, Mo.
"On the Fence."
Soon be over tbe season for riding. If
you want a Bicycle now is the time to get
it. We are clearing up all stock, and will
give you such a chance ss you never bad
before. One ot our bargains:
A First-class, Utah Grade $150 Bicycle
BritiR your cash and GET OFF THE
CLARENCE M. FLOREY
Successor to Florey & Holt.
DR. HEBRA'S I
Remove Fraoklei, Pimples,
Liver Moist, Blackheads,
Sunburn aud Tan, and re.
stores the skin to its origi
nal freshness, producing a
olnftr and health v rom-
T.lvlnn . Hnnarlnr to fill fn(A
preparations and perfectly harmless. Afoll
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rival fur the numrjr. Ablut.lr jmra ood dellsauly madl
raud. At drnmiiti, Price 25 Cents.
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For sale by Matthew Bros, and John
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LJ Jj (ia INHALER will cure you. A
&j -VJ Jfwoutlerfiil boon to auflerert
vfT w 'r?Lyi InSnenza, Hrnnchltla,
If it. 7:-"S. orUAYFEVJEK. Afordi
. i4rt&r(''-mmrlUilertlUf. Anealclent
remedy, convenient to carry
In pnoket, ready to tiae on Urat Indication of cold,
4'nntlnned l!ae KfTecte PermaneaS Care.
Rittlaf auLiun truitranteHd or mnnev rpf nnrfnri. 1ii..a.
AO eta. Trial free at Dravglsta. Reglatered mall,
DO cents. H. 1. CUSniUX, Mtr time StTtn, Mica., U. 8. L
MFNTHfl! Th0 surest and safest remedy for
niU I I1UL all akin dlaeeaes. TCciema, Itch. Salt
Khcunitnld Sores, Hurno, Cuts. Wonderful rem
rc'.y furPII.KS. Price, C5ete. at Drug- D A I M
glstaorbymnilprotiald. AddrnaaaaaboTe. DriLfli
For sale by Matthews Tiros, and John
7 Made a
A Wp Mar
THE GREAT SOth Dev.
protlneoa tho ahovo results ln!30 days. It acti
powerfully and quickly. Cures w lion all others fall
Young men will regain their lost manhood, and old
m will recover their youthful vigor by using
ItEVlVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervous
ness, Lost Vitality, Impotency, Mghtly Kraissiona,
Lost I'owcr, Failing Memory, Wasting rjiseases. and
all effects ol self-abuse or eiceas aud Indiscretion,
which unfits one for study, huniness or marriage. It
not only enres by starting at tho seat of disease, but
Is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing bark the pink glow to nolo cheeks and re
storing tho fire of youth. It wards off Insanity
and Consumption, lnsl.it on having RKVIVO, no
other. It can be carried in vest pocket. By mall.
H 1.00 per package, or six f or feS.OO, with a poal
tlve written guarantee to cure or refund
tho money. Circular froe. Address
WYAL MEDICINE CO.. E3 River SI., CHICAGO. ILL.
For sale by Matthews tiros., Druy gists,
DBXTEB fiflOB CO.. Inc'p. Capital, $1 ,000,000.
BEST S1.HO 8M013 IN TUB WOKLU.
"A dollar lated ii a dollar tamei." ut
This ladles' Solid French Iongola Kid But
ton Bout delivered free anywhere In the U.S., on
receipt or uaan, aiooey uraer,
or I'oaul Note for 11.60.
Kauals every war the boots
sold In all retail stores for
150. We make this boot
ourselves, therefore we guar
antes the itule and icear.
and If any one la not aatlaflej
'e win reiuna me money
or send another pair. Opera
Toe or common rjenae,
widths V, it. H, X UK,
1 to S and half
u nt you.
Dexter Shoe Co.,
Enedal termi to DtaUr.
and Old Sores ,
and Kidney Troubles
Are entirely removed by P. P.P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas
sium, the greatest blood purifier oa
Abirdben, O. , July 21, 1801. agffj
Messrs, Lippuan Bros. , Bavannah.
Ga. i Dear Hirs I bought a bottle of ""fV
your P.P. P. at Hot 8prlDR9,Ark,,and i3
It has done me more good than three .im,
I months' treatment at the Hot Springs. 1
1 Head three bottles c. o. O. , agff
JAS. M. NEWTON,
' Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. I. D. Johnston.
To all vhom U man concern I here
by testify to the wonderful properties
of P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. I
suffered for several years with an un
sightly and disagreeable eruption on
my face. I tried every known reme
dy but In rain, until P. P. P. was used,
and am now entirely cured.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON.
Skin Cancer Cured.
Tulimonyfrom the Mayor of 8equin,Tts.
8RQUIN, Tex, January Is, 1893.
Messrs. Lipphan Broh., Savannah,
Oa. I Uenllemen-1 have tried your P.
P. P. for a disease of the skin, usually
known aa skin canoer.of thirty years
standing, and found great relief: Is
t.i,.tiluih.l.lvnH miff rHlnnVaH nil Ir
ritation from the seat of the dtsofise alCT
and prevents any snreauing u, mo
sorea. I have takon nveor alx bottles
and feel confident that another course
will effeot a cure. It baa alao relieved
me front Indigestion aud stomach
troubles. Youra truly. .,
CAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attornoy at Law.
Book on BioGd Diseases ftaii&a M
ALL DE0QQISTS SELL IT.
J W , vua
I'HTSM IANS AN1 bUKGfcUN&
DK. . EDGAR DEAN has removed to 818
Spruce street, Scranton, Pat, (.Just op
posite court-house Square.)
DH. A. i. CON NELL, Office Sul Washington
avenue, corner Spruce street over
Francke s drug store. Residence, ft2 Tine st
Ollice hours: lu.tf)tol2a. m. and a to 4 and
-il:,8111"! to3 p. m.
DB. W. E. ALLEN, Ottlce cor. Lacks,
wanna and Waahineton ayes. : over Leon
ard shoe store; office hours, 10 to 12 a. m, and
8 to i p. tn.; evenings at reaidenca, 512 N.
DR. 0. L. FREY, Practice limited to Ills,
eases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
office, La Wyomlug ave. Residence, ii) Vine
DK. L M. GATES. 126 Washington Avenue.
Office hours, 8 to 9 a.m.. 1.30 to 8 and I
to b p.m. rtesluence art Madison avenue
JOHN U WENXZ, M. U., Offlcos Ri and 51
o Commonwealth building: residence 711
Madison ave: ollice hours, 10tol2,2to4,7 to
8; Sundays 2.80 to i, evenings at rcsldenoe. A
specialty made of difeaaes ot the eye, ear, nose
and throat and gynecology.
R. KAY, 200 PennAve. ; 1 to 3 p.m ; call 2061.
im.m lymiiuii. uufttBtrn-a auu Q19. OI cnu.
T M. a RANCH'S Law and Collection of
ii . flee. No. 81T Bpruce st, opposite Forest
House. Bcrnnton, Pa,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond-
eiiba m every coun ty.
1E8UP8 HAiM1J, Attorneys and Counsel
J lors at Law, Commonwealth building,
Washington are. W, H. Jessup,
Eorack E. Hand,
W. H. Jessup. Jb.
WILLARD. WARREN & KNAPP, Attor
nays and Counselors at Law, Republican
building, Washington ave.. Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, Attorneya and
Counsellors at Law; offices 8 and 8 Library
building, boranton. Pa.
ROSWEI.t, It PATT1B90
William A. Wilcox.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
Yr V. BOYLE, Attorney at-Law,Nos.l and
20, Burr building, Washington avenue.
ENKY M. HEELY -Law offices in Price
building, 128 Washington avenue.
F'RANK T. OKELL, Attorney at Law. Room
6, Coal Exchange, Scranton, Pa.
MILTON W. LOWKY, I Att'ys, 227 Washing
C H. VON BTORCH, f ton av.. OJsquarft
TAMES W. OAKKOKD, Attorney at Law,
t) rooms 63, 64 and 65, Commonwealth b'l'g.
QAMUEL W. EDUAR, Attorney st Law.
O Offlca, 817 Bpruce st., Scranton. Pa.
f A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, 12J
I J. Lackawanna aue., Scranton. Pa,
D P. SMITH, Connsellor at Law. Office,
1 . rooms M, 65, 88 Commonwealth building.
R. PITCHER. Attorney at Law, Com
. monwealth building, Scrnnton, Pa.
C. COMEOYS, 321 Spruce St.
DB. REPLOULE, Attorney-Lonns nego
t Hated on real estate security. 40S Bprnco.
BF. K1LLAM, Attornevat-Law, 0t Wy-
oming avenue, Scranton.
QCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Bcran
O ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls tor collegs
or business: thoroughly trains voung children.
Catalogue at request Oi ens September la
Rp.v. Thomas M. CAR
Walter H. Buei.l
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERQARTEN
and School, Hi Adams avenuo. Pupils
received at all times. Next term will opeu
C. LACBACH, burguou Dentist No. Hi
R. M. bTRATTON. oftl Coal Exrhnff
rpHtt REPUBLIU Savings and Loan Aaso
X ciation will loan you money ou easier terms
and pay yon better on Investment than any
other association. Call on 8. N, CALLEN-
PEK, Dime Bank hulldlng.
GR. CLARK le CO., Seedsmen. Florists
and Nurserymen; store 148 Washington
avenue; green hnuse,136U North Main avenue;
store telephone 7(42.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
TOS. KUETTEL, 6tJ Lackawnnna avenue,
fl Scranton. Pa., manuf'r of Wir SrTeeria.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
rpHE ELK CAFE, 123 and 127 Franklin ave
X. nue. Rates reasonable.
P. Zieoler. Proprietor.
W. O. SCHENfTR-. Manao-oii.
Sixteenth street; one block east ot Broadway.
at Union Square, New York.
American plan, fd 50 per day and npward.
SCRANTON HOUSE" near D. U ts w! pas
senger depot Conducted on the European
A IK II ITKCTS.
AVIS ft I10UP1", Architects. Rooms 21,
26 and 28 Commonwealth b'ld'g, Scranton.
EL. WALTER, Architect Office, rear of
606 Washington avenue.
L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
huilding.126 Washington Ave., Scranton.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For terms
address K. J. Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulbert's niPBic store.
HORTON a BWART3 WHOLE8ALB
lumber, Price building, Scranton, Pa.
MEGARUEE" BROTHERS, PRINTERS7
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scranton,
UH8EH AND CARRIAGES FOR SALE
at 1:33 Capouso avenue
u. li.rouTE, Agent
FRANK P. BROWN "c6T"wh6le"
aale dealers in Wood ware. Cordage and
Oli Cloth, 7'-0 W. Lnckawanna avenue.
E. Robinson's Sons'
Kasnfacttirsrs of .the Celebrated
100.000 Bbtfc Per Annum,
AT THE OLD DEPOT HOTEL,
is prepared to receive summer boarders and
furnish rigs for tourists to surrounding towns
snd summer resorts.
A Handsome Complexion
la one of the greatest charms a woman can
possess. Poisoni'S) Compuxiok Pownu
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF K J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
AntLraclts coal nsed exclusively, Insuring'
cleanliness and comfort
Tim TABU IN grriici Mar 30, 18H
irains leave Boranton for Httatoa, WUke.
Barre, etc., at I ai,. 9.16. 1L39 a. m., 1150, 100.
5-91 J-S- "-05 P eunday'9.( s, nt.
L00, 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Ailantio City, 8.M a. a.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8 23
(express) s. m., 12.50 (express with Buffet
parlor car), 8.30 (express) p. m. Sunday, fcli
Fob MapOr Chunk, Aixentoww. Bethi.
S,' EABT?",nd Philadelphia, ii a. m..
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisbnr. vis,
t'l m."" BL' 11501 6'00' P'm' day
For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m., 12.50 p. m.
1.10, 1.30, 4.30 (express with Buffet parlor carl
p. m. Bunday 4.30 a. m.
Leave PhUadelphla, Reading Terminal 8.3)
rff-aolSd P-Sunday, .if7s.i.
Throujrh tickets to all points at lowest rates
may be had on application In advanos to ths
ticket agent at ths station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
J. a OLHAUSElf; 0e-Ag.nt
DELAWARE AND HUD
CnmmAnr-lncr Umt. T1m
30, all trains will arrive and
uepart irom (he new Lack
awanna avenue station as
1 Train. Vlll laann a...
ton station for Carbondale
and intermediate points at
a.m., 12.00, 2.20. 3.65. 6.15.(1.10. 7.25. 0.10 and
" ' z.icu. a. to. I ou. i.b and n in
For Farview, Waymart and Honesdale at
7.00. 8.25 and 10.10 a.m., 12.00,1.10 and 6.15 p. m
Fcr Albany, Saratoga, the Adlrondacksand
Montreal at 5.4 am. and 2.20 p.m.
For Wilkes-Barre and Intermediate points
at 7.15, 8.45, 9. 3D and 10.45 a.m. 12.06, L2a 2.3b.
4.1X1, 6.10, 6.05. 9. 16 aud 11.38 p.m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton Station from
Carbondale and intermediate points at T 40,
8.40, V.31 and 10.40 a.m., 12 1.0, 1.17. 2.34, aw.
4.64, 22.214.171.124, 9.11 and 11.83 p.m. ' '
From Honesdale. Wayuiart and Farview at
9.34a.m... 12.00, 1.17, 8.40. 6.65 and 7.46 p.m,
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, eta. at
4.54 and 11.33 p.m,
From vt ilkes-Burre and intermediate points
at 2.19, 8.01, 10.05 and 11.65 a.m., 1 10. 2.14. 8 39.
5.10, 6.0S, 7.23, 9.03 and 1L 16 p.m.
MAY IX 1KUJ
Train Inaves Scranton for Philadelphia anl
New York via. D. Ic H. R R. at 7.45 a.m.. 12.05,
J" ffl'P'.Si Y1?.0" l. W. K. R., l4
B.08,ll.20a. m., and 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wilkes
Barre, via D.. L. A W. R, R., 8.00, 8.0A U.20
a. m , 1.80, a60. 8.07. 8.60 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsville and all pointe on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via E. A W.
V., 6.40 a.m.. via U.SH. R.R. at 7.45 a.m., 12.05,
J-Sgj. -0 V-m-.rin D., L. St W. R. B., 8.00, 8.UJ,
11.20 a.m., 1.30, a50 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Harrisburg and all intermediate
points via D.& H.R.R. 7.45 a.m., 12.0.5, 2.38, 1L88
p.m.,vut D., L. & W. R. R.,0.00,8.08, lL20s m.,
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannook, Towsnda,
Elmira, Ithaca, Goneva and all Intermediate
points via D. St H. R.R..8.40 am., 11 05 and 11.34
p. m., via D. L. St W. R. R., 8.0d a.m.,1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all points
west via D.&H. R. R 8.45 a. m.. 12.05,126.96.36.199
p. m., vta D. L. Sc W. B, R. and Plttstoa
Junotion, 8.08 a.m., 10, 8.50 p. m.. via E. St W.
R.R., 8.41 D. in.
For Elmira and the west via Ralamanov vU
D. St H. R. R. 8. 15 a.m., 12.03,6.05 p. m . via D..
L. St W. U.K., ,8.08a.m., 1.30 and 4.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor snd sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. St B. Junction or
Wilkes-Barre aud New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Snsponslon Bridge.
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CHAS. 8, LKE, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Phlla.,P.
A.W.NONNEMACHER.Ass t Oen.Paas. Ag't,
South Bethlehem, Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scrant n as follows: Express
for New York and alt points East. 1.40, JUO,
6.15, 8.00 aud 9.5 a. m.; 12 86 and 8.60 n, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. PhUadelphla
aim vhe South, 6.15, 8.00 and 9.61 a. m.j U.U
and 8.60 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 3 54 p. m.
Tobyhanna aooommodatloo, 6.10 p. m.
Expr.ss for Slugbamton, Oswego, Elmlrsv
Corning, Bath. Dansville, Mount Morris ana
Buffalo, 12.10. Ilia m. and 124 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points la the
Wost, Northwest and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 9 a. m.
Binghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m,
Mcnohon accommodation, at 4 p. m. and
0,10 p. m.
Binghamton and Elmira Express, 8.06 p, tn.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswegot
Ctloa and Richfield Springs, 2.15 a. m. and Us
Ithaca, 2.16 and Bath 9 a. m. and 124 p. m.
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland tor
Willlamiport, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wash,
lngton and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate stations,
m 9.65 a m. and 1 and 8.07 p. m.
Nanticosa ana intermediate stations, 8.0S
and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Intermediate
stations, 850 and &5t p. m. . ,.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
"or detailed Information, pooket timetables,
etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city Mokel i offloe,
828 Lackawauuaavenue, or depot Uoketof&ot.
ERIE AND WYOMING VALLEY RAIL,
Trains leave Scranton for New York, and In
termediate points on the Erie railroad at 8
a. m. and 8.24 p. in. Also for Honesdale.
Hawley and local points at 4.35, 9.46 a. n aud
All the above are through trains to and
An additional train leaves Soranton for
Lake Ariel at 6.10 p.m. aud arrives at Scran
ton from the Lake at 8 26 am and 7.45 p.m.
Trains leave tor Wilkes-Barre at 140 a. m.
and 3.41 p. m.
In Efleel June 24th, 1804.
a s & a s
KTralns Dally, Xx.
N. Y. Frsnklln St.
West 4nd street
a m i-
8 20 1 15
7 12 25 10
7 08 11 49
7 ii a i
7 Ml 884!
tl 8Hjll 48
f 84 I 46
111 111 8
u cm 8
T4i 8 60
U 03 8
III Olii 8
7 441 4971
7 eel 4 10)
8 on) 4 lil
IA M'r Ml
All trains run dally exoept BuimUt.
t slgDlflcs that trains stop on signs! tor paj.
i-eoure rates via Ontario Western before
Tiurobaslng tickets and save mossy. Day anal
JSlhgt Express to ths West..
J.C. Anderson, 0h. PaW. Agt
T. FHtcroft, Dlv, Pass, Agt, fMranton, p.
WK CAf4OIVI YOU
im. f JJ nvrl sr tit alwut fh Inh
WM 7" . :
WorK you will need soon.
The Scranton Tribune Job Dept.