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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. .AUGUST. 31,", 1894.
Rumors srs again circulated, ssys
the Wilkes-Barre Ktoord, to tbs Qot
tbat big pUn It on foot to concentrate
ths control of tbs anthreslte coil roads
which Include the Rending, Lehigh
Valley, Jersey Central, D-laware and
Had eon and . Delaware, Lieltawann
and W.i ern luto a few bands, and it ii
openly asserted tbat tbe RotlscbiMs
nnd Vanderbllts are workl ig in har
mony on the scheme. The former bare
bfen buyers of Reading stock and
bonds, reports to tbe sontrary notwith
standing, but the extent ot their pur
chaste is not known. Tbat control of
Reading bis not changed since laat
year is admitted, but it is not improb
able that the big solders could be i
dnced to join in a plan, tbe objeet of
which would be control of all tbe anth
ricite conl currying and producing
companies. These are only rumors,
bowerer, and may be taken for what
Ibey are worth. It will be a long time
before tbe antbrasite coal trade is cor
railed into a monopoly.
The Indianapolis Journal pays the
following tribute to a distinguished
Scrantonian: "W. F. Hallstead, gen
eral manager of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western road, has just
completed bis forty-second year of ser
Tie with tbat company. lie began as
a brakeman in 1853, was afterward
conductor, train dispatcher, assistant
superintendent, general superintendent,
and on Jane 1, 1836, was appointed
general manager of . this powerful aud
and wealthy corporation. In the east
he is oredited with being one of the
ablest transportation men in the coun
try, and under him the road hs been
highly prosperous. Ho is now 57 years
of age and quite aotive. He keeps b I ra
se!' fell intonnid regarding the da
ta. J of bis work, and is as hard a
worker as the late John Newell."
The manufacturers of window glass
of tbe western district met at the Hol
leuden hotel in Cleveland Wednesday.
M. W. Watson, of Pittsburg, presided,
Some forty factories were represented,
including all those of any prominence
in tbe district. There was much feel
ing beoause the glass workers made a
settlement with an Individual manu
facturer at wages lower than they of
fered tbe regularly authorized wages
committee of the manufacturers and
there was' a -strong sentiment in
favor ot the manufacturers treat
ing directly with individual workers in
the settlement and starting three or
four non-union factories, having the
moral and financial support of the mat
of tbe manufacturers. This would be
a startling departure in tbe window
glaBS business. Tbe movement has not
taken practical form, but is being con
sidered. Tbe new scale, as accepted by
a few manufacturers, was tborougbly
disousssd and all agreed tbat it
was simply impossible to make
glass and compete with the foreign
product under the reduced tariff.
It was said tbat Mr. Chambers,
of Pittsburg, stated that it required a
10 per cent, wage reduction to meat the
lower tariff and yet he aeeepted a re
duction equal to only 19 per cent. The
entire wages matter was left in the
bands of tbe wages committee with
full authority to act. About 29,000
men will be affected by the act! on of
tbe wages eommittse. The western
association controls about three quar
ters ot the window glass manufactur
ers of the country.
Substsntial progress toward a re
organization ot tbe Reading railroad
compauy bae been made. J. Kennedy
Todd and F. W. Whitridge, repressnt
tag tbe Olcott committee of New York
bondholders, were recently at Puila
delpbia with both tbe receivers and
Messrs. Earle and Tyler, representing
tbe Philadelphia committee. Substan
tial progress toward complete harmony
was made, and the New Yorkers
left for home apparently well pleased
with tbe result ot tbeir oonfer
ence. One of the receivers stated
tbat an outline of a plan had been sub
mitted by the New Yorkers; but the
details of it were cartfully guiriled,
It was also learned tbat the Philadel
phia committee had succeeded in hav
ing underwritten $3,000,000 of the re
paired $4,800,000 m-eessary to fund the
Itenetal mortgage onupons, and that
the whole amount oonld readilv have
been secured there. Out of deffsrence
to the New York people, who desired
fo'tf participate, further subscriptions to
The food in Philadelphia were de
noon aside nl ' ' '
w.(H,s vry Interesting feature of the
developments was tbe evident strength
ot ezAPostmaster General Wanamaker
In cooWetion with reports that coupled
his name with the incoming presidency
of too Reading. Although Mr. Wana
maker Vtaas as yet carefully refrained
from . aommitting himself, be: bat
dropped a .few words ;that are signifi
cant: "I believe tbat I could reor
ganize Reading, and that very
ihortly." The opinion is rapidly gain
lug ground' that fal. re to re-organizs
Ibe company within very short time
will mean - Mr, Wanamaker's olectlon
ns president of the Reading company.
While Mr. Wanamaker is very gnarded
in bis utterances, there are few if any
who are familiar with Reading affairs
who do not entertain the opinion that
be would consent to become a candi
date, if properly approaehed by any re
spectable number of security holders,
Some of the affects of " be drought
npon colliery Interests a Luzerne
county are thus portr ed io tbe
tbe Wilkes Barre eorrei Andente of
the Hazleton Staudard: ' The Susque
hanna Coal company still has plenty of
water, being supplied by the Nantiooke
Water oompany from its dam on Har
vey's creek, whioh is fed from Harvey's
lake. There is no danger of a cessation
of work on the account of water. ' The
Lehigh Valley Coal company gets its
water supply for collieries from the
Spring Brook Water oompany, which
has its main on tbe west side along tbe
Wyoming road. Besides, this company
bas bnilt a pumping station near tbe
Prospect oolliery and a reservoir at
tbat place is kept tilled with water
pnmped from tbe river. Tbe Henry,
Wyoming and Prospect mines arc
thus supplied and there is no
fear of stoppage. The Lehigh and
Wilkes-Barrc Coal company bas
water cnongh to ka its collieries run
ning for tbe new two months, even
without rain. Thl oompany is sup
plied with water rom tbe Crystal
Spring company. ' lich as yet has a
food supply. The latter company
drained the Xlntake dam at tbe foot of
No. i plane, Ashley, and will tilean its
entire bed.' While the dam is being
' elssned a relay pipe is being used whioh
carries all the water past it and on to
where needed. The process' recently
adopted by the Crystal Spring coppany
of aerating the water la novel aud suc
cessful in removing the bad tasUf The
water is forced. tbrouaJi a nerforated
cap on the end of a pipe to a dlstanoe of
eighty feet in tbe sir, The boles bored
In the pipe are at various angles and
tbe water is sent into the air in form
of spray.' The color is unchanged and
will remaia so until tbe filters come.
These latter are a certainty aud it is
only a question now with tbe company
as to wuioh system will be adopted."
''l- ' 1'
Following is tbe coal tonnage trans
ported over the Reading railroad sys
tem fnr tbs week ended Saturday,
im. 161)3. Dooreasj.
Total for '
weak ... .V.m0O K '.789.00
Prev o'ely 8.210.513 IB 9,172,545.(0
TTc"ar.!" 8,492,917.16 9,393,834.17 W0.417.0l
Minor Industrial Notes:
Bnruside colliery, of Shamokin, and
North Franklin colliery, ot Treverton,
have closed down indefinitely, Tbe stop
page ie caused by tbe scarcity ot orders
received by tbe Reading Coal and Iron
company. By the closing down of these
two collieries many men and boys will be
thrown out of work.
Bo scarce is water in the vicinity of Sil
ver Brook that tbe stringing of a pipe
line to Still creek, about tnree miles dis
tant, is being seriously considered by the
Leblgh and Wilkes-Barre Coal company.
Only one steam shovel Is working there,
and the collieries will crawl nut of a nar
row bole if they work all week with the
present supply of water.
Tbe LebigU and Wilkes-Barre Coal com
pauy nre constructing a new loke road
from No. 5 breaker, near Hazleton, to
what is known as "Honkcydory," or west
No. 8, a distance of one and one-balf miles.
It was deemed necessary to build this new
link to remove tbe old road from its pres
ent location so tbat a large vein of coal
tbat lies under it can be stripped.
Next Monday tbe first car will be run
over tbe hbataokin-Mt. C'armel Street rail
way from tbe I'lillu lolpUia and Heading
station, Mt. Carruol, to Gutter's furra, a
distance of six miles. Over this route four
cars will pas?, making fast time. Tbe la
bor of constructing tbe intervening space
of road not built between Alt. Caruiel and
Bbauiokin will be pusbed with tbe utmost
rapidity and by Oct. 15 the eutire system
will likely be in operation, with thirteen
An Unfortunate Mistake.
A youug gflntlemau had an engagement
With the daughter of a prosperous citizen
to attend tbe theater. The young lady sug
gested that they use the family carriage,
ami the galiunt was too polite to decline.
Ou the morning of tbe engagement the
young lady asked her father to please stop
in Air. Bowcrsox'a office and inquire where
be wanted the carriage to coll for him
The kindly old gentleman did so. lie
stepped in tbe office, and calling to th
young man, said:
"I want to see you about that carriage."
"Wuit a moment," said the youth, cvl
dently agitated. He laid down bis pen,
and coming from behind the desk led his
visitor into a far corner and continued: "1
can't settle that just now, as I am deucedly
hard up. I'll fix it by the middle of the
month, dead sure.'r
"What do you mcanf" said the old gen
tleman. "Why, uin't you the collector for the
Gouge 'cm Transfer company."
"No, I'm not. I'm Miss Bondholder'
father, and want to know where my car
riage is to be sent for you tonight?"
He went to tho theater in tbe carriage
but he did not enjoy it much. Louisville
Various Expressions for Long Distances.
The measures of long distances have
varied widely at different times and with
different nations, to gay nothing of the
comparisons used in different sections ol
our country. For instance:
The Jews said, "from Dan to Beersheba.1!
The Persians say, "from Medina tc
The F.nglish say, "from Land's End tc
John o' Groat's."
Tbe Yankee says, "from Maine tt
The southerner says, "from Florida te
The Sucker and Hoosiersays, "from the
groat lakes to the gnlf."
The South American says, "from tbe
Isthmus to the Horn."
In Louisiana they say, "from New Or
leans to Pittsburg."
In California the common expression is,
from Altaville to Pilot Knob." "-''
Two lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and tbat there was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her and she says
it saved her life. Mr. Tbos. Eggers, 139
Florida St., fan Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything else thea
oouglit one bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery and in two weeks was cured. He
is naturally thankful. Is is such results
of wbicb these are examples, that prove
the wonderful efficacy of this medicine In
Coughs and Colds. Free trial' bottles at
Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Regular size
Me. and $1.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Btooks and Bonds.
New York, Aug. 80. Dnring tbe first
hour of business at the Stock exchange to
day prices were further depressed owing
to realizing sales and manipulation by the
bears and sold out bulls. All tbe leading
issues wore influenced and declines rang
ing from M to 1 per cent, were recorded.
Sugar and the Grangers were the heaviest
sufferers, Sugar railing 1 to H) St.
Paul & to 64X, Burlington and Quincy 1
to 70K, Rock Island to fc Tbe sell
ing movement exhausted itself before
midday and after tbe first hour the ten
dency was upward. Iteadiug was another
strong spot an Q rose to Tbe securi
ties of the company were strengthened by
a belief tbat considerable progress bus
been made in tbe way of reorganizing tbe
The general list in the afternoon moved
OP XW. per cent,, Burlington aud Quin
ce leading. At the close recent sellers of
the grangers were not so confident of tbeir
position. .Sugar, after its early decline,
rose to 107, but on tbe execution of stop
orders there was a break to 100. An ad
vance to 2tf per cent, quickly followed,
but just previous to its close there was a
drow to 1G6)..
The range of yesterday's prizes for tbe ac
tive stocks of the New York atock market are
flven below. The quotations me furnished
UK Thibunb by G. du B. Dimmick. manager
oi Willie ii Linn A len & Co., stock brokers,
412 Spruce street, Boranton.
Open- High- Low Clos
ing, est Mt. Ing.
Am. Cot Oil 8a &W 83 SAH
Am Sugar. 107 1USU m 1W
A.T. & &K..V iCt nu oil
Can. Bo. 63 BM 6U, 62'i
Chespeakefe Ohio... 2M 2IM II 21W
Chic. Oas. 78M 74 7414 tttf
Chic A N. W. 1(17 107 WH 10044
Q., B. A Q 77 774 705. 719
C, O.C. A St. L.... 40 40M 40 40U
C. M. A St. Paul.... 4 W, 64t (WW
Chleago.R. I. A Fao. W ml tl.VK 809
D. A H wl IWA VMi 136!$
D L. AW 107Wi 107H 107M 107U
D. A O. F JMh, 1!K iM im
O. E. Co.
D . SUM HUH 404,
Lmke 8 bore.
II n batten..
Nat. Cordage 1894
Nat. Led 43
New Jersey Cent... 11414
N. . Central 101J1
N.T.AN. E .7
N. T., L. E. A W
J. YM8. A W , 1014
N. Y., a A W, pr. H
North Pao 6U
Nrth Pao. pr 1UM
o.& w. 17
Phil. A RftafliUK.. 8114
Rich A W. P........
1'., C. A L
Texas Pao 10U
Union Paclflo litis
Wabash , :W
Wabash pr Ul
Western Union..... eal
WORKING A REVOLUTION
Tint Is Wbat the Naw Artificially Digested
Food Is Doing.
A fflOST REMARKABLE ADVANCE
It is Now Possible to Give the Stomach
a Vacation Because the Food
Is Digested Before Be
Paskola works wonders I
The ereat pre-digested food tbat
makes people well ,is winning mora
praises by reason of what it has done for
dyspeptlo sufferers than any other pre
parations ever offered to tbe public
A person who eaffjrs from this dis
tressing complaint usually feel a gnaw
ing at the stomach, an "all gone" feel
ing as if suffering from want of food.
There is a bad taste in the month, a
coated tongne, gas rises from the
stomach and sometimes there is sick
ness with a constant headache.
When people lose flesh, they goner
ally begin to feel alarmed. Tbey want
to regain wbat tbey bave lost. Some
times they are unfortunate enoush to
take cod liver oil for tbat purpose. The
effect of cod liver oil taken into a weak,
disordered stomach Is to make dyspep
sia worse. Cod liver oil will sicken a
well person. Imagine its effects on a
dyepeptio sufferer with a weak
Bat modern scieoee bas happily pnt
an end to all this. People are rapidly
finding ont tbat tbe way to cure dys
pepsia is not to make it worse. They
are discovering tbat tbe best way to
get flesh is to digest tbeir food properly
and that when tbeir food is well di
gested tbey do not suffer from dyspep
sia. Paskola cures dyspebsia, it makes
sound, healthy flsb because it is not
a medicine bnt a food. Drugs cannot
mako thin people fat or cure dyspep
tics of their dyspepsia.
Paskola is a pre-digested food which
gives nourishment without tho aid of
thestomaeb. It contains those prinei
ples wbisb are essential to tbe natural
digestive process it aids digestion.
When it is taken, it enters at once into
tbe tissues of the body giving instant
nourishment. It permits the stomaoh
to take a rest and get into a better con
dition. Paskola is pleasant to tbe taste and
agreeable to tbe most sensitive stomach.
It bas no nauseating or bloating effdots
but tones up tbe whole body and cre
ates a healthy appetite, It drives
away all billious sensations and enables
every particle of ordinary food to be
Paskola may be bought of any reput
able druggist, An interesting pamph
let on food and digestion will be mailed
free, on application to tbePre-Diirsted
Food Co., 80 Uende street, New York.
Cbioaso Grain add Provleious.
The range of yesterday's prices for tbe ao
tive slocks of the New York stock market are
k'iven below. Tne quotations are furnished
The Tuint'NK by G. du ii. Dlmmick, mana
ger of Will. am Linn. Allen A Co., stock brok
ers, t2 Spruce Btreet, Suranton:
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. inff. est. est. lag.
Sept fotts 53 W54
Deo bojlg u7 60)4 57
Sept S9J4 29M 21 2904
Pept f.44 fio 5094
Dec. 51)4 514
New York Produot Market.
New Yokk, Aug. 00. Floor Quiet,
Wheat Dull; higher with option firm.
No. 2 tea store and elevator, S''c; afloat,
57i58c.;f. o. b., 68)4a5S5fc.:unBraded red,
uliujSc. ; No. 1 northern, 65c; options
closed iteady at a)4c. uuder yesterday,
with a dull trade: December and Sep
tember most active; August, 67c; Sop
tern ber, 6754c. : October, 5bc; December,
016c.; Slay, CtiaC
Cohn Dull, scarce, firmer; No. 3, G2c. ;
elevator, 6:a(!34e. afloat; options clod
dull, firm and uc. higher following
the west with local covering. May and
December most active; August, tW)4c;
September, 61XC: October, 604c. ; Decem
mber, 57 Wc; Alay, 50c.
Oats Less active, firmer; options dull,
Arm, up. August, 83J4o.t Septem
ber, 33Kc; October, 34Hc.; November,
85J4c; December, 30c.; No. 2 white,
Ortober, 304c; Spot prices, No 2, 83a
830.; No. white, 86a3Cc; No. 2 Chi
cago, 34c; No. a, 324c. Ho. S white,
854&; mixed western, 83aa34c; white do.,
Ca41c.; white state, 86a41c.
liEiv Quiet, steady; family, $10.C0a
12.MX); extra mess, tS.OUc8.50.
Ekef Hams Dull, steady; $22.00.
Tierced Beef Quiet; firm; city extra
india mest", Sl7.i0. '
12 lbs, 8i'; pickled Bboul'di-rs, 7c; pickled
bams, nVJc; middles nominal.
Lard Quiet, firmer; western steam
closed at 65c; city, Sc.; September closed
86c; refined firmer; continent, $8 91; South
America, 19.15; compound. UVnUc,
Pork Firm, moderate liiimaud; mess,
$15.25al5.50; extra prime, $13.50.a!4.
BUTTER-Quiet,nany; stale dairy, HaSSc;
do. creamery, 18a24c.;I Pennsylvania, do.,
8a24c; western dairy, 134ttl7r., do.
creamery, 15a2!o.; do. factory, 13alUc;
tlgiiis, 24c; imitation creamery, 15al8a
Cheese Fair demand, nrm;siute, large,
SalOh'c; fancy, lO.alOi'c.; do. small,
64al(jc; part skims, 4.sC.; full skims,
Egos Dull, easy; state and Pennsyl
vania, 17al8c; ice house, 14)4al6c. ;west
urn fresh, ltlal7c. ; do., per case t2n3.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia. Aug. 30. Tallow was
quiet and steady. Prices were: Prime
city in hoKsbeaJs, 4 4c; prime,
country, in barrels, 4n4c; do. dark in
barrels, iHo.; cakes, 5c; grease, 4c.
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures
coughs aud colds quicker than any other
remedy, tecaubo it combines tbe lunir
healing quality of tbe pine tree with other
valuable medicines. Sold by all dealers on
a guarantee of satisfaction.
When Baby was sick, we gare her Castorta,
When she was a Child, she cried for Caatorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorta.
When she had Children, she gave thea Castorta
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the genuine Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
It cures Cold", Croup, Asthma, Deafness
WEAK MEN Y0UR attention
IS CALLKD TO THB
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ir vnil SlirrFRfromNer-
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with every ?5-00 order WE GUARANTEE
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. tWOu account of counterfeits we have
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"On the Fence."
Soon be over the senron for ridinjr. If
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it. We are clearing up all stock, aud will
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before. Oue ot our bargains:
A Firt-class, High Grade $150 Eicycle
Brine your cash and GET OFF THE
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and Old Sores '
Are entirely removed by P.P.P.
M.bl. lk Ttalra Drtnf. Anil Pnt...
slum, the greatest blood purifier on 'HEP
AsiRDKEif , O. . July 21 , 1891.
mKSSKS. JJ"-r)lAN DKUS. , DflVUUUttU,
Ga. : Dear b irs I bouiiht a bottle of '
your r.v. v. at hoc springs. ara. .ana
It has done me more good tbnu three
months' treatment at the Hot BurlnKS.
Heod three bottles J. O. D. , HJ
JAfl. M. NEWTON,
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
t'apt. J. D. Johnslou.
To nil vhom U mav conrernt I here
by testify to the wondnrful properties igrS)
of P. P. P. for eruptions of tho skin. I
suffered for soveral years with un un- "JP
sightly and dlsugreeable eruption on iM
my faco. I tried every kuown reme
dy but In vain, until P. P. P. was used, 'g
ana am now entirely cureu.
(Signed by) J.D.JOHNSTON,
Skin Cancer Cored.
Tettimony from thi Mayor of Sequin, Tex.
Sequin, Tex., January 14, 1893.
Messrs. Lippmas Bros. , Savannah,
Ga. : Uentltmenl have tried your P.
P. P. fr a disease of the skin, nsuallv
known as skin cancer ,of thirty years' M
standing, and found great relief; It -
puriflea the blood and removes all Ir- ' 'Usv
rltatlon from the eeut of the disease JfiP
and prevents any spreading of the m,
aortts. I have taken fiveor six bottles "-l-
and feol oontldent that soother course
will effect a cure. It has also relieved
me from Indigestion aud stomach
troubles, yours truly,
CAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attorney at Luw.
Book od U Diseases iti Free.
ALL DRUQQIBT8 SELL IT.
LI PPM AN QROS.
Uppman' Block,SaTannBht Cm
National Bank of Scrantoa
W. W. WATSON, Vice President.
A. E WILLIAMS, Cashier.
SAMmtr, nrwrs, jambs M- Evfrhart,
iRviNO A. FiNcn, Pierce B. Fim.kt,
Joseph J. Jermys, W. B. Kemkiiiir.,
Cuau, P. Uatxukws, John T. Poktms.
W . W. WATSOif.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bunt Invites the patronage of business
men and firms generally.
The Finest In the City
The latest Improved fur
nishings and apparatus for
keeping meat, butter and eggs.
823 Wyoming Ave.
DEITKB RfiOE CO.,Inc,p.Caplfftl,$!,OW.01'.
BUST SH.no HH015 IN TUB WOKLD.
"A dollar iktil ii a dollar tarnfd." k
ThlsT.uflles' Solid I'reui h DonsjoUKidTtnt
ton Boot dclWored free anywhere in the U.S., on
receipt oi uasn, uooey urder,
or Potul Note for SI. SO.
Equals every way the boots
sold in all retail stores for
12.60. We make this boot
ourselves, therefore we ijuar
ati the ft, ilylt and vear.
iq ir any one is not aansnea
e win retuna tne ronry
or send another pair. Opora
ioe or common cense,
T V S. ITU
tea l to s and Hair
will Jit you.
Dexter Shoe CoTSK-
rar RE VIVC
if MflHf a
1st Day. fljj
y of Me.
I nc UntA I Snth ta
prodnces the above results In SO days. It acts
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fail
lounitmeuwlllroiiiin their lost manhood, and old
men will recover their youthful vigor by usinj
KEVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nertous
ness, Lost Vitality, Impotency, Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, Falling Memory, Wasting Diseases, and
all effects of self-abuse or ejcesiand Indiscretion
which unfits oue for study, busluess or nurriaio It
sot only cures by starting at the seat of disease but
s a great oerv tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back the pink (low to palo cheeks and re
storing the fire of youth. It ard off Insanity
ud Consumption. Insist on haiing RK VI VO.no
other. It can be carried In voBt pocket. By mall
1.00 per parksge, or six lor 86.00, with a poel
tlve written g-uarantee to cure or refund
he money. Circular free. Address
1AL MEDICINE CO.. B3 Rlvsr 81.. CHICAGO, ILL
For sale by Matthews Bros.. Druvriata
a rtC'A. at J
aST B. l Kr
- - VyrtiW iUl
m f At
PUVSH lANs A.Nu hllhUr.ON-4.
DR. U. EDOAK DEAN has removed to 018
Spruce street, bcrantou, Pa. (Just op
posite court-house Wquare)
H. A. J. CON NELL, Office iul Washington
AJ avenue, corner Bpruoa street, over
francke a drng store, Residence, 723 Vine st.
OUice hours: lO.autolHa. m. and S tot and
!l?J-i giJJuiidayJ to 8p,ra.
DK. W. Ii ALLEN." Offlca cor. Lanka,
wanna and Washington avos.: over Leon,
aril siiue store: oilice hours, 10 to 12 a. in. anJ
uto 4 p. m.; evenings at reeldeuo iliS
V. asl.it gton hve.
IkibUL. JKiCV, Practice limited to Dt
XJ eases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat:
offlca, 1-) Wyoming era Residence, &A) Vine
DH. L.M. GATES, lifi Washington Avenue.
Office hours, 8 to 9 a.tu.. l.lo to 3 and I
to 8 p.m. Residence m Madison avenue
U H.M U WENTZ, Jl. D., Offices 62 and 41
tl Lomnionwealth buUding: residence 711
Madison ave: offloe hours. 15 to 13, S to 4, 7 to
8; Sundays 2.80 to 4. evenings at residence. A
specialty made of dkeaaes ot tbe eye, ear, nose
and throat and gynecology.
R.KAY, 208 PennAve. ; 1 to 8 p. m ; call mt.
Dm. of women, obstetrics and dis. of chil.
I. AW VERS.
JM. C RANCH'S Law and Collection of-
flee, No. 817 Bpruce st, opposite Forest
House. Scranton, Pa,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
ents lu every coun ty.
JLbSUfS Ac 11A,N1J, Attorneys and Counsel
lors at Law, Cwuniouwealth building,
Washinstoii avav, W. H. Jescp,
Horace E. Hato.
W. H. Jkssup, Jr.
W1LLARD. WARREN tc KNAPP, Attor
neys and Counselors at Law, Republican
building, Washington ave.. Scranton, Pa,
IJATTERSON Sc WILL'uX, Attorneys aud
A Counsellors at Law; offices tt and 8 Library
building, bcranton. Pa.
Roswem. H. PATT1PSO
William A. Wilcox.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
building. Rooms 19, !!u and 21.
l T V. BOYLE, Attorney at-Law,
' v 20, Hnrr building, Wasliinet
HENRY M. 8EELY -Law oillcea in Prica
building, )2li Washington avenue.
lRANK T. OKtLLrAttorneyat law. Room
1 6. Coal Exchange. Bcranton, Pa.
MILTON W. LOWHY, I Att'yn, 227 Washmj
U H. VON STORCH, J ton av., C. Hsquare
JAMES W.OAKFORD," Attorney at Law,
l rooms 63, 64 and 68, Commonwealth b'l'g,
(JAMUEL W. EDOAR, Attorney at Law.
O Office, 317 Spruce st., Scranton. Pa.
A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, 423
i. Lackawanna aue., Bcranton. Pa
U P. SMITH, Counsellor at Law. Offloe,
rooms 04, pp. no wommonweann Duuuing.
n. iiiv.ni.ii, Attorney at Ltw, wom
jnonwea'.th building, Bcranton, Pa.
C. COMEOYS. 821 Bpruce st'
DB. REPLOOLE, Attorney-Loans nego
Br. KILLAM,. Attornevat-Law, 12U Wy
OCHOOLOF THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls for college
or business: thoroughly trains youug childrea
Catalogue at renueot. 0 ens September la
Rev. Thomas M. caux,
. Walter H. Bdei.l.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupils
received at all times. Next term will open
(1 C. LATJBACH, burgeon Dentist, No, 113
s . Wyoming ave.
R. M. sTRATTON. nfflrs Cnsl Kxrhnne
rPHE REPUBLIU Savings and Loan Asso
A elation will losn you money on easier terms
and pay you better on Investment than any
othr association. Call ou 8. jN . CALLEN
PKR, Dime Bank building
GR. CLARK & CO.. Seedsmen. Florists
and Nurserymen; store 148 Washington
avenue; green house, lojj North Main avenue;
store telephone 7tti.
OHAND UNION TEA CO.. Jonee Bros.
T09. KUETTEL, Di5 Lackawanna avenue,
f t Bcranton. Pa., niannf'r of Wire Si-rens.
HOTELS AND KKSTAl'RANTS.
'-HE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 Franklin ave
A nue. Rates reasonable.
P. Zieqler, Proprietor.
- iv. w. rtacnin, manager.
Sixteenth street one block east ot Broadway.
... ITl CJ ,T
ni. uujvu rquure, iev lorK.
American jlari, fi60 perayjtnd upward.
C CRANTON HOUSE, near D lT& VI. pa
O seuger depot Conducts on the European
plan. Vir Ton Korn. Proprietor.
AVIS & HOUPT, ArchltecU. Rooms 21,
28 ana za Commonwealth b id g. Scranton.
JJ L. WALTER, Architect.
Office, rear of
wt w asnington avenue.
Vf L. BRC 'N. Arch B. Architect, Price
I bnilding.120 W ashingtou Ave.,Scranton.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
lings and ooncert work furnished. For terms
iddresa R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
'Ve., over Hulbert's music store.
HORTON D. SWART8-WHOLESALE
lumber, Price building, 3cranton, Pa.
ktiARUEE BR0THER8, PRINTErF
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scranton,
UR8K8 AND CARRIAGES l"lt SALE
at lead lupous?) avenue.
u. u. fuurc, Agent.
PKANK P. BROWN ft CO WHOLE"
J1 sale dealws in Woodware, Cordage aud
Oli Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna avenue.
E Robinson's Sons'
Vastifactnrers of tbs Celebrat4
1CX),000 Bbl Per Annum,
AT THE OLD DEPOT HOTEL,
Is prepared to receive summer boarders and
furnish riKS for tourists to surrounding tow us
and summer resorts.
Ladles Who Value
A refined complexion most us Potxoni's Pow-I
der. It produces a soft and beautiful skin,
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF ft J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAT 20. 1804.
Trains leave Scranton for Pitteton, Wilkes.
Barre, etc., at 8.a, S.I8, 11.30 a. m., 12.8(1 !I00.
830,8.00,7.25,11.1)5 p, m. Sundays, 9.00 a.
1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Ailantio City, 8.M a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth. 8.3)
(express) a. m., 12.60 (express with Buffet
parlor car), &o0 (express) p. to. Sunday, a. 14
For MAron Chunk, Aixkntoww. Bbthls
hem, EAhTOH and Philadklpria, 8.ai) a. nx.
Bundall6U0 (ex0pt i'nUadelphia) p. in.
For L'okq Branch, Oceaic Grove, at. t
8.20 (with turougn car) a. m., 12..V) p. m.
For Heading. Lebanon and Harrlsbara-, via
Allentown. 8.20 a. m., ItW, 6.00, p.m. Sunday.
2.1) p. m.
For Pottsville, 8.a) a. m., 1Z60 p. m.
Keturnlnj, leave New York, foot of Liberty
Street, North river, at 6,10 (express) a. m,,
1.10, 1.30, 4.au (express with Buffet parlor car)
p. m. Bundity. 4.SU a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal, .0J
a. m., 2.00 and 4.80 p. m. Sunday, 8.27 a. m.
Through tickets to all points at lowest rates
may be had on application in advauoa to tbs
ticket agent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN",
VWt A UT A t tJ 1 Vtv ntn
4 JL . BON RAILROAD.
30, all trains will arrive ana
depart from the new Lack
awanna avenue station as
Mf m Trains will leave Scran.
WS P ton station for Carbondale
jft ' and intermediate points at
r' 2.20. 6.46. 7.00, 8 25 and 10.10
a.m , 12.00, 2,20, 8.65, 6.16,0.15, 7.26, 9.10 and
For Farview, Waymart and Honesdale at
7.00 8.2"i and 10.10 a.m., 12.00,2.20 and 6.16 um.
Fcr Albany-. Saratoga, the A dirondacks and
Ho-itreal at 6.4 am. and 2,20 p.m.
For Wilkes-Barre and Intermediate points
at 7.45, 8.45, O.ilS and 10.46 a m, 12.06, hw, ti
A.m. 5.10, 6.05, 0.15 and 11.38 p.m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton Station from
' arbondale and intermediate points at 7 40,
8.40, .:il and 10.40 a.m., 1210, 1.17, 2.31, 3. 411,
4 64, 22.214.171.124, 011 and 11.33 p.m.
From Houosdale. Wavmart and Farview at
9.84 a.m.., 1200, 1 17, 3.40, 5.65 and 7.46 p.m,
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc, at
4.64 and 11.33 p.m.
From likes- Barre and intermediate points
at 2 IS, 8.01, 10.05 and 11 65 a.m., 1 10. 2,14, 8.39,
0.10, 6.08, 7.2), 9.03 and 1L10 p.m.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. D. & H. R R. at 7.46 a.Ju.. 12.04,
2.83 and 11.38 p. m. via D., L. W. R. R B.00.
8.08.11.20 a. in.,and L80 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wilkes
Barre via D.. L. A W. R. R., 6.00, 8.0$, U.8J
a. m , 1.80, a50. U.07. 8.-50 p. m.
Leave Sornnton for Whlto Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsville and all points on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via E. & W.
V.. 6 40 a.m., via D. SftR.R. at i.46a.m,. J2.06.
2.38. 4.ti0 p.m., Tia D L. tt W. B. R, 6.00, 8.08,
11.20 a.m., 1.80, a 50 p.m.
Leave Bcranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Harrisbnrg and all intermediate
points via D.& H.R.R.7.45 a.m .12.05. 2.38, 11.88
p.m.,via D., L. & W. R. R.,8.00,6.08, 11.20 a. m.,
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, To wand ,
Elmira, Ithaca, Geneva and all intermediate
points via D. & H. R.R..8.46 a.m.,12.05 and 11.34
p. m., via D. L. tt W. R. R 8.08 a.m., 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochaater, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit Chicago and all points
west viaD. & H. R. R., 8.48 a.m.,12.05,8.15.11.li
p. m., via D. L. & W. R. R. and Pittston
Junction, 8.08 a.m., 120, 8.50 p. m, via E. W.
R.R.. 8.41 p. m.
For Elmira and the west via Satamanot, via
D. tt H. R. R. 8.45 a.m., 1205,6.05 p. ra.. via D..
LAW.HK. ,8.08 a.m., 1.30 and 8.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. tt B. Junction or
Wilkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CHAS. 8. LKE.Gen. Pass. Ag't, Phila.P.
A.W.NONNEMACHER.Ass't Oeu.Pass. Ag't,
South Bethlehem. Pa,
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for New York and ah points Hast 1.40, tW,
6.16, 8.00 and 9.6d a. m.i 1265 and 3.50 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 6.16, 8.00 and 9.65 a. m.; 1AM
and 8,60 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 8.65 p. m,
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Expr ss for Blnghamton, Oswego, Elmira.
Corning, Batb. Dansvllle, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10, 2 16 a. m. and 1.24 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points io ths
West, Northwest and Southwest
Batb accommodation. 9 a. m.
Binghamton and way stations, 12.87 p. m.
NicnoUon accommodation, at 6 p. m. aas)
6,10 p. m.
Binghamton and Elmira Express, 6 OJ p, ra.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Osweg
Ctlca and Richfield Springs, 115 a m. and US
P'lthaca, 215 and Bath 9 a. m. and IU p. m.
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Wllliamsport, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Wasl
Ington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate stations)
f .00, 9.65 a m. and 180 and 8.07 p. m.
Nanticoie ana intermediate stations, S.W
and 11.20 a. m Plymouth and Intermediate
stations, 80 and 8.61 p. m. . .
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on aU
Xfordetalled information, pocket time table,
etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, pity ticket offloe,
828 Lacltawannaavenue, or depot ticket omoa,
RIE AND WYOMING VALLEY RAIL
Train. Ium Hcranfnn fnr New York and in
termediate points on the Erie railroad at IDS
a. ui. and 8.24 p. m. Also for Honesdale,
Hawley and local points at 135, 9.46 am.. and
124 p.m. .
A1 tho above are through trains to ana
An additional train loaves Scranton for
Lake Ariel at 6.10 p.m. and arrives at Scran
ton from tbe Lake at 8 6 am. and 7.45 p.m.
Trains leave for Wilkes-Barre at o. a. in.
and 8.41 p. ui.
la Effect Jaae 84th, ISM.
ri w "
S a. tx w
(Trains Dally, Ex
N. Y. Franklin St.
West 42ud street)
8 20l 1 151 ..
8 10 1 ..
7 5112 58 ..
7 61 1S46 ..
7 451)2 401
7 8819 18(10
7 I2 03 9
7 16(181 9
JTIfS SSI 6 87
tl UlS 48 16 42
111 231 9
711 8 46 545
74 SSI 861
7 d 8 54 lit
7 49 t 69 6 69
7 &j 4 04 01
TM 407 (07
7 5 4 M 610
8 (M 4 14 I U
8 MM IT II
SON 49 (SO
63511 18' 8
6 82lflll6; 8
6 a.iin n s
6 2511 07 8
6 21 11 051 8
S If 11 0-ii 6
fli 18fl067 8
6 10,10 56, g
r ma na
lA sr H
All trains run dallv exeunt Sunday.
f tL-mna that trains aton on signal for nas-
secure rates via uniano m nesvern or
rare basing tickets ana Bave money, uay
tilngt Sipress to tbe West.
in a nnorann jnn sx
T. FUtcroft, Dlv. Pass, Agt. Scranto
SOU Sl4i ....
06 11 ....
618 S 92 ....
(15 831 ....
89 i4i r a
4' 9 60 4 S
45 1 68 4 6S
6 56 8 06 ( 06
It 48 8 69 ( 08
7 101 1 19! 1 18