The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, September 12, 1894, Page 6, Image 6
TTTE SCRAOTON TBIJJTTK-E-WEDESDAT MOENING. SEPTEMBER 12. 1894; WEIGTIING GOLD COIN. EECRET WONDERS OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND LAID BARE. A Machine Thnt Serins to Possess TTu- liiim Oualltips A Visit to the Mont Wonderful uml Best Known Hunk Vaults In flie World. Wlmt visions of untold wenlth nre con j :red up 1 y the very name of the 13nnk of l-.:iirlnnll When I mmle up my mind to visit the 1 m'iiI; and it8 celebrated vaults I found Unit I no mutter was not so enny as some may jnmifine. Since t tic dynamite, scares in Lonrlon it is exceedingly difficult to enter the portals of tliubnnk. liiit.nccompanied by my banker fiic'iid, wlioo numo is worfd famous and v Imse luin;;s and snyinns intliience the ex fianp'sof two continents, the locked up t;'..':t-ims were opened to my wondering V r.t: Whenever the "open sesame" of the 1 :inker' name U whisnered tho well bill luiced doors hunurily swiiio; open, swallow i .1' and my Ktiide and sinip almost uoise 1 -"dy behind its. InevornMo looking por t 'i s, cold eyed Kilardiiuis and ansU're mnn i ;ers how tin tliry hear t ho namo or catch i! (flimpso of my doyen. The doorway opens into the bullion of jke, where all the (jold and silver that en H i's or leaves the bank passes through to l e checked. On the right is the gold; on I !ii' left the silver. The first impression is lliat of lieini; in the. order department of a wholesale tradine; esUlili.slinieut. Kut a liicure, in a white npron quickly ilispels the illusion. This ixTsormne in tho npron is n't ; ir ;d in a lilac vest, plum coi ned coat mid buttons of two shilling p'eccs. His hat is a peculiar black velvet ull'iur, and is a compromise between a beef (.iter's mid a smoLhn; cap. A MAIiVllI.I.Ol S l.NSTKCMKST. A suave gentleman aiproaches tho I' iiihcr, and in a few hurried words tho 1 .tter informs the manager (for such he is) 1 hat ho wi.dies to show mo everything to l e seen. We arc therefore first introduced to the sciiles, or, as it is termed, the "grand balance." This marvelous instrument is a ponder ous ami peculiarly built weighing ma chine standing about seven feet high mid weighing about two tons. The whole is under a hiK'O glass case, access being (rained thereto by a sliding panel. The : cile is worked by hydraulic power, uud is i lie most sensitive weighing machine in i xistenco. The foundation, which is of solid concrete, is sunk to a depth of sixteen feet, so that not a jar cau uffect tho clean balance. The manager sets the hydraulic power in motion by means of a small wheel, and then touches an ivory button at the side. Immediately tho entire scale, weighing hundreds uf pounds, sinks, seven inches and is ready for weighing. "We will C;st weigh a postage stamp," observes the suave gentleman. On each side the waits aro lilted with weights amounting to -WO ounces. When gold is to be weighed the smaller weights on the bal ance are withdrawn, and the gold placed mi one of the two ledges. The gold is made up in 400 ounce bam, and the differ ence, of one thousandth part of an ounce can he di tccted. The stamp bung add.'d to the 400 ounce weights another ivory button is touched, uud the index jumps a distance of six inches! Think of it; six inches on the in d"X for a postage stamp! Hut the most wonderful inHdcnt was yet in store for me. ALMOST lifMAX MECHANISM. "Supposing a bar contains more than this pcile is made to weigh," explains tho manager, "any other scale would go to this limit und give no sign. Not this one, however." To prove this headdsonequar ter of an ounce more than tho maximum weight, when, instead of the index moving, there is n pause of some few seconds nnd then nn electric Le.ll commences ringing. There is something terribly human about this mechanism which declines tocxecute a task i f which it is incapable. This is tho i nly balance of its kind in the world. The maker has never constructed a dupliwite. This triumph of mechanical art cost exact ly 2,w. 't he silver scale is of course not m) finely balanced, and the two are respec tive !y christened "The Lord Chief Justice" and "The iA.nl High Chancellor." The manager then moves away from the scale, and turning a handle in the wall Middcuiy illuminates a long vault, with liir ly groined r.relics, which would other wise p:iss unnoticed. Throwing tho gato open we pass in, followed by one of tho Ixuly guards in a chocolate brown suit. We arrive at a door which admits us to an ineiiMiire almost entirely of glass, in which visitors stand and gaze upon the wonders within. I loweve.r, tho bodyguard throws open the door, and stepping up to the chief, w hispers a word in his ear. He approaches us with a warm welcome, and bids me walk up to one of the gold weigh ing machines, of which there are some thirty here. This is tho room where sov ereigns and half sovereigns are weighed when sent in by bankers and others. Here,, ayain, hydraulic power is used. A COMPLICATE MACHINE. A machine consisting of a complicated .system of counter weights looks not un lino a sewing machine as to its lower half. This is completely inclosed in glass. A long feeder, like a tube cut in hnlf, down its length, and mode of brass, is set at an angle of ISdcgs., and is filled with along mil of sovereigns. These turn as they slip down on to a circular, movable plntc, slightly larger than a sovereign. For a moment tho plate seems to be de ciding upon tho merits of that particular coin. Then, as if it has madd up its mind conclusively, it deftly turns tho coin to the right, and it slips down a metal tube into u t ill below. Hut if the coin proves to bo fighter than the standard weight the delicate machine turns It to tho left and condemns it to tho guillotine. Again one is impressed with the "human" idea of a hand weighing the sov ereigns. One can almost faucy that a- hid den iu rson is feeling tho weight. There is more than a more mechanical look about tho momentary indecision of tho scale plate; jt is really rather that of an intelli gent animal. Tkcso machines weigh coins at the rate of twenty-six per minute, nnd a day's weighing amounts to about 100,000 stor llng. Tho light coins are taken to the guil lotineanother hydraulic triumph and dropped down a long tube. As they slip through a sharp knifo clips tho coin neatly down t he center aud allows it to fall out at the slot at the side, and, to carry out the guillotine notion, they fall into a small basket. They are not cut in two, but the cut is more than half way through, and this pre vents tho banker who has paid them in from again circulating them, although he cau take them away after they are clipped. This he never does, but takes the weight value of the gold. London Herald. Violets Will Crow Where Gnu Won't. White sweet scented violets do woll for quite n number of years planted whore there nre apt to bo bad places In the sod, and will always thrive if the grass does not crowd them too closely. Every one will know their value too well not to appreciate this modest little flower, the very sweetest of all spring blossoms. Spending some weeks at one time in an Iowa city and its stiburbn, I was much pJeased at the beauti fully kept yards and lawns of that place. I noted here In a number of the yards clumps of white, fragrant grass pinks Btjinding out distinctly from the sur rounding green of the nicely kept sod. Tho foliage being ot that peculiarly blue- green, and rltrtng up in round, pretty clumps or little mounds, made them es pecially pretty, and the fairt of their being iu full bloom at the time added to their pleasing effect. Blue grape hyacinths flourish best in sod places, and will always furnish bloom, their slender little spikes of blue and White bells apiearing as faithfully as spring comes, and the delicate foliage is quite as pretty as the grass around them, Vick's Magazi no. , A Joke That Failed. An excellent story is told of the late Pro fessor Rogers and l)r. H. W. Dale, of Bir mingham. These two gentlomon were giv ing a scries of lectures in Lancashire, and at every town which they visited Dr. Dale noticed that his colleague, who always spoke first, made the same speech. In fact, so often did tho professor give that speech that the worthy doctor knew it oil by heart, aud this fact led tho latter to think of a wuv of taking the wind out of his friend's sails. On their arrivul at a town in South Lan cashire Dr. Dale asked Dr. Rogers to allow him to speak llrst, an arrangement to which tho latter readily agreed, so Dr. Dale rose and proceeded to deliver tho speech of Dr. Rogers, looking every now aud then with the corner of his eye to see how that worthy gentleman was taking this practi cal joke. Dr. Rogers sat calm and com posed, and, when at length his tnrn came to speak, he just as calmly rose and deliv ered, to Dr. Dale's utter astonishment, quite a now speech. At the conclusion of the meeting Dr. Dale said to his colleague: "I thought I had taken the wind out of your sails tonight." Dr. Rogers replied, "Oh, no; I delivered that speech when I was here a month ago." London Tit-Bits. Tho Cznr'i Income. Tho czar of Russia is tho richest sover eign iu Europe aud one of tho richest men iu the world. The income of the imperial family of Russia is derived from the crown lands, which nro regarded as the czar's private estate uud treated as such. They comprise over 1,000,000 square miles, about one-third of tho area of the United States, nnd include farms, pasture or grazing land and forests, while hundreds of villages are built on them, the inhabitants of which pay their rent to the czar. Many gold, silver and other mines are Included in the crown property, nnd the output of these is believed to bo very large. There are no means of ascertaining the exact income of the czar, since the Imperial accounts nre not more open to the publio than the books of a private individual, but it is estimated by Russians in official posi tion at 2,450,000 a year, about $12,2!0,000. Of this enormous sum a portion is devoted to the maintenance of hospitals, asylums, churches nnd theaters, but tho larger part is swallowed up by the personal nnd offi cial expenses of the imperial family. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Making War on Sacred Fishes. Perhaps the funniest thing to be told re specting the antiquity of fishing relates to the holy wars which were waged in ancient Egypt over tho finny denizens of the water, tho conflicts arising from the circumstance that, as often happened, one tribe would insist with the utmost irreverance upon eating up the fishes which tho inhabitants of nu adjoining territory held in divine adoration. ' The child of today, in learning his alpha bet, calls the letters by their names simply because the ancient Phoenicians were pleased to make similar figures the sym bols of certain sounds, and it is thought very likely that tho Phoenicians have been driven to iuventthat alphabet by the neces sity of corresponding with peoples of vari ous tongues incidentally to the great com merce which grew out of the fishery. V? asuihglou star. In Doubt. One man has been discovered who thinks that his doctor's bill is too small. He could not believe his eyes when he opened it and saw that it wag only one-fifth of what ho expected. Now he says he is har assed by two fears one that there has been some mistake, and that when he goes to pay his bill he will find that the figures have grown, and the other that his physi cian may think that bis patient estimated tho medical services at an extremely low valuation. New York Tribune. His Keason for Indulgence. Mgr. Donnor, archbishop of Bordeaux, was taken to task for his friendly inter course with the Protestant minister in that city. The very tolerant prince of the church replied, "Pray allow me to have the pleas ure of seeing him in this world, as I am not so sure ot meeting him in the next." San Francisco Argonaut. Cause. First Police Official (anxiously) I hear that one of our men has beaten half a dozen inoffensive citizens to death. Second Police Officbil (hotly)-If that horrible charge is true I'll I'll hang me if I don't have him transferred to another precinct I New York Weekly. Nearly 30,000 violent or sudden deaths occur every year in England calling for in quests, twice as many as the number of (ieraons killed in the Franco-German war, and for every violent death there ore at least fifty accidents. MEMBERS OF THE CONGREGATION. Oh, beautiful sunbeam, straying In thronch the wide church door, I wish I was with you, playing Down thero on tho cool stone floor, For I am so tired of sitting Upright and stiff and stilL And you, you go dancing, Hitting Oayly, wherovor you will; And you've nothing to do bat glisten, And no ono is over vexed J Bct-anee yon forget to listen, i Or can't remember the text. Dear sunbeam, I'm pondering, pondering Were thoy all fast asleep, the flowers? When yon came on your bright wings wandering, To earth in the morning hours. And where have you since been roaming The long, long hot day through? Will yon welcome the purple gloaming , That means going home to you? Dave you been to tho river, I wonder? The river, shining and wide. Whore coots dart Dashingly under ' And water weeds rock with the tide. Did yon see the big daisies boltbing? Were the speedwells like bits of sky? Did yon hear tho sad gnuwes sobbing Whenever the wind wont by? Dear sunbeam, I'll be so lonely When yon have gono quite away, And oven now yon aro only A faint gold splash on the gray. Ah! at last the sermon is over; I know tho tcxt-Ood U Light; Wait a minute, sunbeam, yon rovor, And lot me bid yon good night, Frances Wy nne in Spectator. CTJKK8 Constipation. ccr.es Constipation. CtJRES Constipation. I write that yon may know the good I have received from B. B. B. I wu all ont of health and suffering with con stipation and biliousness. I tried other medicines, but thoy failed to do any good. At fait I bought a bottle of R B. B. and before I had used it all I went to work M well as ever. Gus Niism, Box 6Vrvueton.Warraaoo.Pa Acts On the Bowels. GOOD AND BAD TASTE. Jodie Chollet Irflnea Them and Describes Gowu In Gold and Blue. What constitutes the difference between good and bad taste? Good tastes may bo fairly defined as an Intuitive perception of tho fitness of things, but It is Impossible to lay down rigid rules of color nnd form by following which tho effect of good taste may bo secured. In tho matter of dress, for instuneo, what is in good taste at one tiiuo or on ono person may bo cx- BLTJE AND GOLD TAFFETA GOWN, ccrablo taste ciscwhons. After a fow bnu luws of universal application liavo been observed thero remain a host of minor con siderations which must bo settled by each individual according to her particular ro qnlrenieiitH. Certain persons maintain that only dnxk and dull colors should bo worn in tho Btrwt, because they aro neat and unaggressive. Others insist that brighter tints arc equally appropriate uml givo an effect of life nnd cheerfulness, be sides being more lux-inning. Ono author ity declares that short walking skirts aro ungmcoful, unfuminlno uml immodest, and only a woman who is unduly anxious to display her feet will wenr them; on other rovilos long ones us clumsy and un tidy. A writer on etiquette stutes that a woman who cats in a restaurant without wholly removing her veil is guilty of n gross solecism; another replies that as tho rer.rrangcment of tho veil involves the ad justment of the hair it ls a worse solecism to make u dressing room of a dining apart ment. A critic of manners contemns tho woman who slips off tho hand of her long glove at dinner and tucks it in at tho wrist; unothcr avows that only a vulgarian wdll strip off and draw on in public gloves long enough to suggest hosiery. It Is at ono time announced that nobody ought to wear black, us It adds 10 years to tho ap parent ago. Soon after appears a recom mendation of block gowns as being uni versally becoming nnd Invariably in good taste. All these, differing opinions may bo both right and wrong, us circumstances alter coses in every affair of life, und nn ordinarily clever woman needs only to ex ercise her gift of tact in order to bo on au thority unto herself, wiser than uny out side one thut sho can consult. Whether brillhuit colors are in good taste or not, they aro fashiouablo ut present. An illustration is given of a costume com posed of blue and gold taffeta. It has. a droied tunic of bl no liberty satin trimmed with guipure. The balloon sleeves aro of taffeta, and tho bows are of gofd colored 6atin. Jpdic CllOLLKT. Too Fresh, Even. Littlo Edith (on Miss Oldgold's lap) Why. Miss Oldgold, you're not very old, are you? Miss Oldgold (blushing violently) No, indeed, child; but why do you ask? . ' Little Edith Ma said you were old as the hills, but I don't b'lieve it, for I rubbed my hand on your cheek just now and the paint is still fresh. Munsey's Weekly. General Lew Wallace and Secretary Fos ter are almost doubles in personal appear anco, their resemblance being so striking that they are frequently mistaken for each other. Each is a man of medium height, weighing about 170 pounds. It was not an uncommon thing for ar tists of olden time to paint their subjects with bared feet, but this is seldom done now, as it is said to- be almost impossible to get a model with a well shaped foot. LIGHT AND SHADE. ' . . Too deeply blue! Too beautiful! Toobrlghtl Oh! that tho shadow of a cloud might rest Somewhere upon the splondor of thy breast In momentary gloom: the molten light That hides thy fair horizon pains my sight: Too crystal clear thy waves that hcavo below O'er green rocks fathoms deep: tho fringing snow That girds thy headland clllTs is all too white. So as I mused, a sudden tnrn revealed Tho dungeon gloom of a cliff circled bay, Where tho sad sea, whoso wounds aro never healed, Mokes moan of muffled thunder night and day And awful shadows sloop, and all things seem Dark and mysterious as an evil dream. : E. Q. A. Holmes. ; IT GIVES WARNING that there's trouble ahead if you're getting thin. It shows that voub blood is impoverished, and your organs deranged, so that whatever you eat fails to pronorly nourish you. And just as long as you remain in this condition, Consumption, Pneumonia, and other Scrofulous and dangerous diseases are likely to fasten upon you. -jtt-iti i ou suimiu. ouua your-ViC-;UJH self up with Dr. Pierce's Wl l( 1 1 1.7 11 ill IAU174U Y, PurifV and . enrich the blood, rouse every organ into natural ac tion, and build up healthy, wholesome, necessary flesh. tan Port,N.J. Dr. R. V. Pisrci: Drar Sir Wo have used your "G.M.D." in our family and find nothing else to equal it. One of our children had the pneumonia, and one lung become connnll dntcd, but by tho use of tho "Discovery " sho has entirely recovered, and is now in good health. MT. PLEASANT AT RETAIL. Goal of the nest quality tor domestic nse,atij ef all alsee, delivered iu any part of the cltj t lowest price. Orders. left at. my office. NO. 118, WYOMING AVENCK.- Rear room, tint floor. Third National Bank, or aent by mail or telephone to the mln will receive prompt attention. Hneclal eon tracts will be made for the sail and delivery of Buckwheat Coal WM. T. SMITH. 5KI trtiJ ni (Tiffin BlVCJfttf i""? lmtMiUyra Music Re-Ti-P' .J toilivapraoliiud HHr-psyrn book illtiUrtttd from Ufa frowpeird,frtWj-mill fftMBifatflpritiv and MaKiinrfei), or Magic Remedy win rJUfJy rmr. COOI K2rToY !4U ChUtm, III. 1. astaiillikaU la? i nffft' tei v. fl l MIL. 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NERVE SEEDS, MQOSIC POWDER eatos. sui'h as Woak Memory, Lossof Brain Power, Ufailache, Wakefnlnesa, liosttianhooil, NlKhtly Cmbsluns, NervouiineM.alUlraiuanndlosBot power ln(ie.ioratlvOivarmf cither soxcauned by over. lertlnn. you tbftilerrora, cxrosslvellie of tobacco, opium oritliiinlants. which li'nd to InOruiltT. Con. Can booarrlvdln TettpockeU Ml pcrboi, 6forSS, a 9a unier wegiTe a written UHrHvntee wears 1'lpnnl.r fm. Q..1H K . II .(...!.. .ul.ni.lt - 1 OR. HOTTS Km imtl iKEBTIOUIii; I aaal Kf II II m U kUI IU atJsl . . - mni of either sri. .neh aa Nermn. iS,t A' fill 11 AVeilUe. RESTORE . LOST VIGOR you unia a w , Bold with WRrTTHJJ JtrTou.DcT)ilil,, LossofHtiualPowsr in .ith., ... I' lMld, ncb troubles Irud t'. r ""i oj mn, 6 don ror K. With tvir- r . r-i 1 1 . - , - ClsvsUuU, Ohio. 111 Pharmaciat, cor. Wyoming Avcnu and BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL lHYfilCIANs A Sit bUKbtUNa DB.O. EDOAB DEAN has remoTedto16 Hpruce street, Hcranton, Pa. (Just op posite court-bouse bpuare.) DU. A. J. LONNELL, Offlco SiUl WasbiUKton avenue, corner Bpruua street, ovur Krancke s drti(r store. Kesidonco, Tii Vine at. Oilico hours: 10.au to 12 a. m. and tot aud 6. to7.W p. m. buuday, t to 3 p. m. K. W. E. ALLEN. Office cur. Lanka. wanna and Wasblneton ares. : over Lenn. ard shoe atoro; oinc. hours, IU to IU a. m. and Uto 4 p. m.; evenings at residence, &UH. ashiiiKton ave. DM. ti LTFKBY, Practice Umitod to Die. ensea of tbe Eye, Eur, Noso and Throat; clllco, la Wyomiug ave. Residouoe, Wt Vint street. DH. L.M. GATES. li Washimtton Avenu v Olllce boui-s, 8 to 8 a.m.. l.Uuto U and t to 8 n.m. RoslilAiin.t)U Miiill.mm avunuti IOH.M U WENJ'Z, M. U., Offices K aud M ('ommonwealtli bulldiuir: resldonce 711 JIadisonayo; offlce hours, U to lii, to 4, 7 to b; Bnndays 2.80 to 4. evening at residonce. A specialty mado of difoaaes ut the eye, ear, noss -"'wk auu tfyneotuogy. I) K.KAY, K) 1'cunAve. ; 1 to3p.m : call ).'. wu.n. uuHretrics auti out. or ciui. LAWYKltS. JM. C HANCK b Law aud Collection of . flco, No. 317 bpruce St., opposite Forost House. Bcranton, I'a,; eoUectloua a specialty throughout PcniiHylvania; reliable oorruspouU flits in every county. I fchfr0rb UA.iL Attorneys and Counsel tl lors at Law, tomuionwealth buildiuit Washington av w. H. Jeiwup, Eoiiauk E. Hand. : W.U Jngup, Jh. W1LLARD. WARKEN & KNAPP, Attor neys aud Counselors at Law, Rnnubllcaa bnildinit. VVaBhliigton ave.. Horantou, Pa. pATTKKHON & WiLl.'UX, Attorneys and J. Counsellors at Law; unices tl aud b Library building, fckirautoti, Pa. KoswEr.ii H. PATTinsoB, Wilmam A. Wilcox. ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth building. Rooms 10, M and 21. w F. BOYLE. Attornov-at Law.Nos.lD and 20, Burr building, WashinKton avenue. H ENRY M. HEELY Law oilices in Prica building. 124 Washington avenue. PRANK T. OK&LL, Attorney at !aw. Room r 6. Coal Exclmnpo. bcranton. Pa. MILTON W. 1.0WRY, I Att'ya, W Washing C. H. VON STOKCH, f ton av., C. H. square. AMES W. OAKKOKD, Attorney at Law, rooms 83, 64 and to. Commonwealth b'l'g. s AMUEL W. EDUAli, Attorney at Law. Office, 317 Hpruce at., Bcranton, Pa. A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, 41U Lackawanna aue.. Scranton. Pa. I P. SMITH. Connsellor at Law. Office, I rooms 54. 65, Ml Commonwealth buililinir. c 1(. PITCHEK. Attorney at Law, Com . monwealth biiilalnu. Scranton, Pa. C COMEOYS, !Cil Spruoe at D 11. REPLOULE, Attorney Loans neo- 1 tiated on real cstute security. 40 Hpruce. F. KILL AM, Attorner-at-Law, 1 Wy- 1 omlnif avennn, Snrauton. HCHOOLS. S'CHOOLOF THE LACKAWANNA. Scran ' ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls (or collogs or business: thoroughly trains young, children. Catalogue at request. U.ens September IU Rr.v. Thomas M. CAN.t Walter H. Buki.l. MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupils received at all times. Next term will open September 10. ih'.nhsts. CC. LATJBACU, burgeon Dentist, No, 1U Wyoming ave. R. M. STHATTON. nffl f'nsl Kfhi.Ti I.DAN8. THE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asao elation will loan vou money 011 eaidur terms and pay you bettor on investment than any other association. Call on 8. N. CALLiiN DF.Ii, Dimo Bank building M'.KHS. GR. CLARK A CO., Beoilsinen. Florists and Nurserymen; store 144 Washington avenue; green house, lajO North Main avenue; store folcplibnn 7HS ' TKAS. GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jonoa Bros. W1HK S REKNS. TOS. KUETTEL, 61S Lackawanna avenne, l Si-ranton. Pa . itianuf'r of Wire Horwn IIOI KI.S AMI ltPTAURANTf. rPHE ELK CAFE, VS. and 127 Franklin avo X nue. Rates ruasounblo. P. Zir.ui.r.H. Proprietor. 1 J LBi'ilA&TEB HOTEL. ' W. O. 8CHENCK Managor. Sixteenth stroet, one block east of Broadway, at Union Square, New York. American plan, fdoOpcr dnyand upward. SCRANTON HOUSE, near D., Lv W. pasT sengor depot. Conducted on the European plan. VlfTon Kuril. Prnprli-tnr. AHC'IIITKCTM. AVIS & IIOUPT, Archltucts. Itooina 21, ro ana an onimonweiiitli b ld g. St-ranton. I? L. WALTER, Architect. Offlce, rear of J. A06 Waahliuzton avinnn. L. BROWN. Area B. Architect, Pries bnilding.ia) Washington Avo.,Scranton. MISCKI.I.ANKOIIS. TIAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR U balls, picnics, parties, recoptions, wed dings and concert work furnished. For terms address it J. Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyomiug ave., over Hulbert's music store. H ORTON D. SWARTS-WHOLESALB lumber, PTieo building, Scranton, Pa. MLUARUEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS' supplies, envelopos, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scranton, Pa. HOliSKS AND CARRIAUiiS FOR SALE at lr.33 Capouso avenue. D. L. FOOTE. Agent. TV' RANK P. BROWN ft CO.. WHOLE r snle dealers iu Woodware, Cordage aud Oii Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna avenne. E. Robinson's Sons' Beer Brewery Mannfactursrs ot tbe CeUbrat4 PlLSENER Lager Beer CAPACITY lOO.CXX) Bbk Per Annum, HASSON STARK. AT THE OLD DEPOT HOTEL, FACTORY V1LLE. is prepared to receive summer boarders and furnish tIrs for tourists to surrounding towns and summer resorts. . Ladles Who Value A refined complexion mast use Pozzonl's Pow-I der. It produces a soft and beautiful akin, CENTRAL RAILROAD OF R I IEHICHHD SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION ' ,An'Vrcit f oal used xolnsivelT, insurlna cleauUuees and comfort TIME TABL1 IM IrraTT MAT 20. 1894. Sf-.fo-"-"- For Adantlo City, e.20 a. m. ' (nVrI m' wm" mui "l"rth. 29 t ex press) a. m., 12.60 (expross with Hnfres parU carj. U.30 (expreo p. a Sunday. IS a....meMept fiSEtoSSz: mf-i?h?hff" A"uc,, 0oKA, Gnov. "tc, at v ("itn tbrough car) a. m.. 12.M p. m. ror Reading. Lebanon and Harrlsbnrg. via tut n" " SM P,m- 8u"d For PotUvllle, 8.20 a. m., 12.60 p. m. ... t.urSi,,?V.1T New York- fx" o' Liberty 1.10, 1.30, 4.80 (express with Baflel parlor ca7 p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. m. P ' LeaVneJi'ha1"olPhla' Heading Terminal 8.03 a. m., 2.00 and 4.3U p. m. Sunrlay, 127 aTn Through tickets to all poinUat lowest rates may Ira hud on application in advance to the ticket agent at the station. H. P. BALDWIN, J. H. OLHAUSEN, en. Pass. Agsnt Qen. Snpt DELAWARE AND HUD- BUM nAliiUUAJJ. rV.mmAntM U .1... vuui7u4u wuuuay.utliy ,30, ail trains will arrive and aepart irom tiie new Lack awanna avenue station as tuiiows: TraJna will let? Rran. ton station for Carboudule and rnterraedtato points at f Z.2U. 6.46. 7 00, 8.25 and 10.11) .mv 12.00. 2.20, 155, 5.16, ft, 16, 7.25, .10 and ,pi Farview, Waymart and Honesdale at 'OT. .2f aud 10.10 a.m., 12.00,2.O and b.U p. in. For Albany. Saratoga, tbe A diroudacks and S"tr 1 " 6 45 1I' " P-m- vfit .'Ir".!",8" nd intormediato polnte Jm l6,inMJii9 !?.,",110i m- "-06, L20, 2.38, tin. 6.10, 0.05, 8.18 and 11.38 p.m. T 1 Scranton Btation from ,r5rbo,nile Intermediate points at T40, Sm" doK-' r- "tO. 7.17, 2.34. a0 154, 18.104.22.168o, 8 11 and 11.33 o.m. IMuffl."" Albany, "etc. at atK2T.V,'ft 5.10, 8.08 , 7.23, s13 Md 1U9 ni. 8,U MAY IX 1KU4 Train leaves Bcranton for Philadelphia ani New York via. 1). & H. H H. at 7.45 am.. 12.01 s. uH.UM P "!i VlP-1 W. B. B, 8.03, 8.08, 11.20 s. m., and 1.30 p. m. Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wilis. Barr,i lPr I w. b. it., e.ou, 8.08, n :a a. m , 1.80, aofl. 8.U7. 8.50p. m. Leave Scranton for Whito Haven, Hazleton, Pottsville and all point, on the Beaver Meadow and Pottsrillo branches, via E. & W. y;.40a.m..yiaD. SH.R.H. at 7.45a.m. 12.05, fL P.-, Tia D., L. t W, B, H, 8.00, 8.08, 11.20 a.m l.au, 8.50 p.m. Leave Bcranton for Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Harrisbnrg and all intrmilat BoinU via D.& H.R.K. 7.45 a.m.,12.0i, 2,38, 1L3S p.m., via D L. & W. R. B.,0.00,8.08, 1L20 a. m, L80 p.m. Loav. Bcranton for Tnnkhannock, To wand i, Elmira, Ithaca, Geneva and all intermediate points via D. & H. R R..8.46 am12.05and 11.38 p. m.Tta D.U1W. R. R.. 8.08 a.ni.,l.:fl p. m. Leave SiTanton for Rocbester, Buffalo, Ni agara Falls, Drtroit, Chicago and all ooint west via D. St H. K. R H.46 a.m..l2.05,!ll5.1l.81 p.m., via D. L.& W. B. B. and Pitteton lunotion. 808 a.ra 130, 8.50 p. m., via E. W. R.H., 8.41 p. m. For Elmira and the west via Salamanou via D. A H. K. R. 8.4.S a.m., U05.8.05 p. ra.. via D.. LAW. K.R., ,8.08 a.m.. 1.80 and 0.07 p. m. Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair cars on all trains between L. A B. Junction or Wilkes-Barre and New York, Philadslphli, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Snpt CHAS. 8. LKE. (Jen. Pass. Ag't, Phila.Pv A. W.NONNEM ACUER. Aas't Qan.Pass. Ag't, South Bothlehem, Pa. ELAWARR. LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN RAILROAD. Trains leave Scranton as fallows: Excrete for New York and an points Kast 1.40, 2.5U, 6.15, 8.UU aud 8.5s a. m.; 12 65 and 3.50 p, m. . . Express for Eostou, Trenton li'bdadelplila' and the South, 6.15. 8.00 and iliim.; U5I and 8.50 p. ra. Washington and way stations, S.55 p. m, Tobyhanna aocomraodation, tt.10 p. m. Expr as for Bingbainton, OBwego, Eimlra, Corning, Bath. Dansvllle, Monnt Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 215 a. m. and 1.24 p. m making close connections at Buffalo to all points in the West, Northwest and bouthweau Bath accommodation. 8 a. m. Binghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m. NicuoLon accommodation, at 4 p. m. and t.HI i. m. Binghamton and Elmira Express, 605 p, ra. Expross for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswegow Utica and Richfield Springs, 2.15 a. m. and Utt p. m. Ithaca. 2.15 and Bath da. m. and 124 p. m. For Nortbumbcrland.Pittston, Wilkos-Barre, Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Danville, making close, connections at Northumberland for Willlainsport, Harrisbnrg, Baltimore, Wash Ington and the South. - Northumberland and intermediate stations. e.0U, 8.i a. in. aud 130 aud 8.07 p. m. NnnticcKe ana intermedial stations, 8.08 aud 11.20 a ni Plymouth and intermediata stations, 8.50 and Ml p. m. . Pullman parlor and sleeping coach os on all express trains. ,. , ... . . . . For detailed information, pocket time tables, etc., apply to M. L. Bmtth, pity feket ofllo 828 Lackawaunaavenue, or depot ticket omce. piRIE AND WYOMINO VALLEY RAIL) TrJms lave Scranton for Now York and in termediate poinU on the Erie railroad it w aTmraud 8.24 p. m. Also for Honosdale. Hawiey and tocil points at.35, 9.45 s.m .nnd 8 Al? Ule above are through trains to and from Honesdale. . An additional train leaves Seranton for Lake Ariel at 5.10 p.m. and arrives at Scran ton from the Lake at 8 to a nt. and .b p.!". Trains leave fur wUkea-Barre at 8.40 a. m. and 8.41 n. m. SCRANTON HITWION. In Effect Jaae 84th, 18B4. North Bound. StotlUi Bound, 805 203 201 I20ln480e Stations B, WIS fc (Trains Dally, Ex. ccpi riunaay.) P M Arrive Leavei 7 85 710 700 N. Y. Franklin St. I West 42tid streetJ weenawken P Ml Arrive Leaveu !0 H5 .Hancock Juuctloiii 6001 Hancock Starlight Prestou park uomo PoynieUe Belmont Pleasaut ML Uiilnndale Forsot City Carbondale White Bridge May field Jermyn Archibald Wlnton PeckvlUe Olyphant Dickson Throop Providence pork Place scranton 6C6 S 6181 i 8 25 2 '5s IS SttI 12 461 7l 7 45 TH8 733 It 4U 6824IP M 84 S50 450 8 45 2 58 4 58 6 56 8 TO 5 05 I2 2.i 10 101 12 1HJ IS 0W io oil 7l 8 6tf T 19:f V4M 7 (Mil 4ft 9 31 f58l 8 09 6 0S 7 101 8 19 6 18 7!4l 834! 684 7 27113 88 5 8f estl II 811 915! 64M fed (1180 91 re oil 4) in . 6 41 II 23 VOX, 7 81 5 41 11 18 8 67 6 61 5 51 6 59 604 807 ( mum 8 54 8 29 8 25 H li 8 50 844 now 8 21 II 05 8 41 819 614 11 0 8 89 11 onl 886 f613 610 ,fl057 9 93 10 561 8 8(1 r Leave Arrlvel All trains run dally except Sunday. t signifies that trains stop on signal tor pta engers. . . t-ecure ratB via Ontario Western before purchasing tickets and save money. Day at 4 tolhgt Ki press to the West. ' j. c. Anderson, Gen. Pass Agt. T. FUteroft, Dl. Pass, Agt. scranton, Pa, WC CAN OIVI VOU SATISFACTION jkiMWuT - aXg Mtle OC C- 4VI a-s-4 J VIS Work you will need soon. The Scranton Tribune Job Dept.