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THE SCRANTON TEUJITNE T UESDAY MORNING-. SEPTEMBER 18, 1894.'
308 Lacka. Avenue,
308 Lacka. Avenue.
. . - .-r ' ..
A large amount of DRY GOODS, damaged by water
running through from Gross & Foster fire, consisting ot
The failure of the committee who
have been at work endeavoring to per
fect a new tonnage percentage agree
ment among the anthracite coal com
panies ha, says the Philadelphia Pr-ss,
rsated a deeided sensation in the an
thracite coal trade. The prices are
away down, the production is away op
and the demand is slack, Sinoe the
tonnnge was allotted among the pro
duction companies in 18S6 the follow
ing interests hare grown np: Suiqa
hanna and Western, wbish sent about
2.50 per cent of the total production to
market last year; Ontario and West
ern, 2 81 per cent. 1 Co Bros & Co.,
4.59 per cent., aud Wilkas-Barre and
Eastsrn, 1.10 per cent 1 The natural
inrrease in the tonnage of the old lines
is figured at 4. per cent, per year, but
the entirely Dew interests now produce
11 per cent, of the total amount of coal
sent to markt. None ot the great
companies is willing to reduce its old
pereentage, but the new interests are
there and they will continue to pro
duce coal. The following table shows
old percentages and the percentagea of
coal shipped by the leading interests in
1893: , '
Allotment . ' Last year
Beading....: 21.63 19.50
Lehign Valley.... ....18. 97 - 15.00
Jersey Central. 15.03 12 C2
Del- Lack, mod Weet. 15.5 ' . . 15 53
Delaware and Had. . .10.65 10. 21
Penna. Battway com. 10. 05 11.11
Penna. Coal company 4.84 4.23
Erie 1.94 4.11
Ontario and Western 2.61
CoxeBros ' 4.59
It will be seen from this table that
the old comoanies bar been behind
if the old allotment is regarded as the
basis, bnt ahead nnder the real state of
faets. It is the uegorernable greed for
tonnage mat Keeps toe market oyer
supplied and unless there is the re
straint of restriction which can only be
brought on the total tonnage and the
tonnage oi eaen company is agreed on,
u tonnage is liKeiy to grow worst.
Besides the rumors gWen above the
uow-Jooes company said on Saturday.
"A fact hinted at a few days ago seems
to have taken a mora tangible form.
It is in effeot that there are certain
prominent anthracite coal interests
who have all alone worked against
Kesainiz. woo are ion now Terr much
opposed to any aouon mat will restore
harmony and prioes in the coal trade.
Their alleged motive is apparent Ex
perts Say thatlt is Impossible to put
oot any tteaoing . reorganiaation plan
which will go through with coal prioes
on a basis lower than 14 per ton for
stove and .chestnut sizes. The ruling
figures are form 00 enu to Cl below
that amount, and as long as tnere is a
large dissenting element in the trade
' tbey will not snow any improvement
All the onrrent talk aboul a hew coal
combination has arisen from the faot
Mini sivaasiw mw - r -
. stated by (US at thstlms, a committee
of sales agents was appointed to rec-ommend-a
new basis -for taatrietive
' agreements. It seems that this com
mittee dabbled in the matter ot, per-
, ceotages,, and rendered a report, rc
oinmeadinf-a. readjustment The re
port met with Very cbllHng recep
N E W S
BLANKETS, CLOAKS, UNDERWEAR, &c.
be sold regardless of cost.
tion at the bands of the leading inter!
ests, and was pigeon boled. There
seems to be proof that Lackawanna,
Jersey Central and perhaps Delaware
and Hudson are working together
against the other interests, and to that
extent at least, there caa be said to be
a coal combination in existence. Bnt
it is altogether a different type than
mat rnmorej in wall street, it re
ports are true it is destructive rather
than constructive in its nature. It is
safe to assume that any coal combina
tion formed at this time wonld be an
organization with Reallng left ont.
Minor Industrial Notes:
The Lehigh Valley did the heaviest traf
fic in its history in August, especially in
tbrongh travel. n,
The Lehieh Vsllsy railroad is moving
over WOO cars of tbrongh and local freight
daily east over the Lehigh division. ,
A new boiler is being added to the plant
at Cranberry colliery. It will be used to
heat the water before having it pumped
into the other boilers.
Store No. 7. at Tresckow. is being re
opened by the Lebigh and Wllkes-Barre
Coal company ana it win De asea now as a
pumpway. A large now pump is to be
placed there. ,
' As a result of the recent tariff changes
the Farr Alpaoa company, Holyoke, Mass.,
will discharge a large number of its wool
ansorters, as it lias been fonnd that the
wool can be assorted much cheaper in
foreign countries. ...
" There Is so mnch ialk about wheat being
fed to farm animals it is interesting to
know how many farm animals there are.
This year began with 18,500,000 horses and
mules, 4 ,r, 200, 000 swine, 36,600,000 cattle,
and 10,500,000 milch cows, or 116,700,000 in
addition to sheep.
A big step was taken yesterday in the
work oi pueblng tbe construction or tbe
new Beech Creek Trnnk line from Pitts
burg to tbe east. Fifty-five deeds ot
right of way were filed in tbe Indiana
county courts, and tbe work of construe
tion will now be pushed.
For Coi.ds, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis
ana core Throat, use Dr. Thomas' liclec
trie Oil, and get the genuine. '
Electrio Bitters. .
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electrio Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
meaicine aoes notexist ana it is enaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electrio
Bitters will cure nil diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove PitnDles. Boils.
Salt Rheum and other affections caused bv
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
tne system ana prevent as wen as enre an
Malarial fevers. For enre of Headache.
Contispation and Indigestion try Electrio
Bitters entire satistaotion guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price 60 cts. and tl
per bottle at juattnews Bros., urug store
My physician said I could not live, my
liver out of order, frequently vomited
greenish mucous, skin yellow, small dry
humors on face, stomach wonld not retain
food. Bnrdock mooa Hitters enrea me.
Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, 1172 Exchange St.,
Buffalo, N. X. , "
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
fltooka and Bonds. -
, Wew York, Sept 17 Thero was some
interesting development in siocks touay,
and there waa an additional material iu-
oreaie in the volume of business, but tbe
activity was at the expense ot values.
Four stocks. American Sugar, Whisky,
Chicago Gas and Reading figured for 165,-
000. shsres in a total or 857:071 shares for
the entire list Sugar mode tbe greatest
loss, dropping from 102 to 97 ex-dividend
oi n per cent.
The market closed toad' for the nil
ways and heavy lor the Industrials. Net
chances in tbe railway list shows losses of
i to 1Y per cent., Northwest leading. In
tbe Industrial, however, ths Iobs is to
per cent., except for Sugar, wbich is 5
per cent, lower, and whiskey, wbich lost
t per cent.
Tbe ranee of Saturday s nrices or tbe ao.
tive stocka of tbe New York stock market are
given below. The quotatinns are furnltthed
The Tribuns by O. du B. Dimmick, manager
of Wlllla n Linn Allen St Co., atock brokers,
4U spruce street, scranton.
Am. Cot Oil 81
Am BuRar. 103
A. T. & a F - 7
Chespeake & Ohio. ..
t nio. uu
Chic A N. W
C, B. A Q
C, C.C. A 8t. L..
C. M. A8tPaul...,
Cbicago.K. 1. A fac,
U. A H
D L. A W
L. a u. r J. ii
a. E. Co mi
New Jersey Cent..
N. Y. Central
N. Y. AN. K.
N. Y..L. E.AW...
N. V H. A W
N. Y., & A W., pr.
North Pao. pr
O. A W
Phil. & Readinn....
Kicb A W. P
T., C, A L
Union Pad Do
Scranton W holeaale Marktt '
Qn i.nit Bant -IR VtlT'TT in PnnTtlTHV
Dried apples per pound, 6a7a : evap
orated apples, llMllc. per pouna; luruisn
prunes, SaSJo.: English currants, 2'ic;
layer raisins, tl.75al.60: mnscatels. tl.OOa
1.40 per box; -new vaiencias, oatc. per
Beans Marrow-fats, t3.40a3.50 per
bdsnel; mediums, tl.75al.80.
PlAS-(ireen, ll.15al.20 per bnshsl; split,
IS.50a2.00: lentels, 5 to bo. per poand.
Potatoks New, 70 to 75e. per bushel.
Onions Bushel, 70 to 76c.
Butter 17c. to 23c. per lb.
CHXK8-9allKe. per lo.
Eqos Fresh. I?kal8&
MiATS-Hatns, lli'c; small hams, 13c.;
skinnsd- bams; "14c: California hams,
Bo.: shoulders, 8c; bellies, .10a smoked
breakfast bacon, lSJc.'
Smoked BEKV-Outeides, 13Kc; sets,
15c.: insides and knuckles, ltio. Acme
sliced smoked beef, 1 pound cans, t'2.45
Pork Mess at $17; short cut, $18.
Lard Leaf in tierces at 10H;.i in tabs,
10e.; in 10-pound pails, ll&o. per pound;
(-pound palls, Uc. per pound; 8-pound
palls, lljis. par pound; tompoond lard
tierces, &; tnbs, 8c; 10-pound pails,
8V& per pound; 5-pound pain, 8c. per
pound; 8-pound pails, 8o. per pound.
Flour Minnesota patent, per barrel.
$4.00a4.0; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
$3.U5; Graham at $8,25; rye hoar, at
Feid Mixed, per cwt, at 11.25.
Grain Rye, cfie.t oorn, 66 to 63 I oats,
40 to 60e. per bushel. 1
Rye Straw Per ton, $12al4. v
. Nw York Frodoot Harkst
New York. Sept. 17. -Floor Dull,
weak, freely offered.
Wheat Store active.
Winter Wheat Low grade, tl.85a3.40;
fair to fancy, f3.40a2.80; do. patents. $2. 65a
13.10: Minneapolis clear. l&ttoau.oo: ao.
straights, $8a3.45; do patents, $3.4t)a8.75;
low extras, l.o'A4U; city mills, fj.a; ao,
Satents, $4a4.25; rye mixtures, $3.10a2.35;
ne superfine. Il.60a3.10: fine, $L65al.95.
Southern flour, dull, weak; common to
fair extra, .1U3.0U; good to choice ao.,
$3a8.oa ' i' - - '
Rye Flour Steady, t2.60a3.lQ,
est. eat. in sr.
34 aiw mi
102 tl U7
0 20H Wi 2U
71 72 ' 70V 70
104 104M 102? 103U
T6T ?5?4 Uy. 7iW
3D WU -M
0592 5 MM 05H
U 4 4H
8$ a? , sn
...1S6 138 136 13D
. lb 54
I iiii tir 2" &m
. id in is- ml
.41 - 41 .. uiJ4 aasi
lo'ivi looji wi'ii
. 16$ mi 15 15
I 4 ivi 40 411
. 5 6 5 5
. 1H WYt V'A IK
. lflM 11 WH Wi
20 till IWj H
; m vm m m
." io" ' io " ' fo" io"
.i i3 m im
'. 15 15 15 15$
.VI 1 W 1U1
Corn Meal Quiet, steady: yellow west
ern, $3aS 10; Brandywlne, $8.80.
Rye Nominal, western, 48a57o.
Barley Dull: western, 60a65a; No. 8
Barley Malt Qnlet: Canada country
made90a95c.; western, 65a70c
Pease Canada, nominal, 68c
Wheat More active, easier; No. 8 red
store and elevator, 57 c; afloat 58c.;
ungraded red, 63a58c.; No. 1 northern,
038080. : options declined on eauier
cables, weak, foreign selling, local liquida
tion rallied Kc. on the decrease invisible,
firmer west strength in corn and local
covering fell t. and closed weak at
np to JSC down, trading fair, December
and May most active; September, 570.;
Octobe. 67c; December, 60o.; May,
65a block ot grain, store and afloat Sep
tember 15, wheat 12,086,056 bushels; corn,
217,978 bushels; oats, 2,45.1,197 bushels:
rye, 517 bushels; barley, 79,900 bushels;
malt, 7,664 bushels; pease, 3.575 bushels.
corn Dull, firm; No. 2, Oic; eleva
tor, 63463c.; afloat; options declined
alc. and closed steady, unchanged to c.
down, trading fair; December and May
most active; September, &io. October,
OOKc; November, 60)0.; December, 58c;
Oats Dull, firm; options moderately
active, eisier: September, 81 Wc: October.
35c.; November, 863.; December, 87c;
May, 40c; no. wnite, uctoDer,
87.: -sp"t prices, No 2, 84c; No. 2,
white, 3TVtti)7So., No. 2 Chicago, 85c:
No. S, 34c; No. 8, wnite, stio.; mixed
western, S4kn!40o.; white do., 37a40kc:
white state, 37a4UKo.
Feed Bran, 80a85c: middlings, 85a
95c. ; rye feed, 80a85c.
n ay inij, wean; snipping, iaaiuo.1
good to oboice, 65u75o,
Hops Dull, easy; atate, common to
cboice, oallc; raciuo coast, valKc; Lon
Wool Quiet, firm; domestic fleece, 18a
24c; pulled, 15a84c: Texa, 10a14c . .
Beek Quiet steady; family tl0al2c; ex
tra meBs, tSab.51.
Beef hams Dull, f CO.
Tikkced beer Quiet firm: city extra
India mess, tif.ou.
Cut Meats Moderate demand. Arm:
pickled bellier, 12 lbs, 99c: pickled
shoulders, 7!ia7c; pickled bam,
llallc; middles nominal.
Lard Qniet. firmer: western steam.
$9.20. city, 8c; September ti) 25 nominal;
January, ts.su nominal; rennea, qniet;
continent $970: fe'outh America. $10.00:
PORK Uuiot, ateady; mess tl5.50slU:
extra prime. $13.50al4.
BuTTEROuiet; fancy.stead v; state dairy.
14n22c: do. creamery, 18a24c; Pennsyl
vania do., 18a24c; western dairy, 13sl7c;
do. creamery, 15a24c; do. factory, 12a
inc.; eigins, ti)$Q. imitation creamery,
Chebsk Quiet, unchaneed; state large.
SalOc; do. fancy, 10)al0)c.: do. small,
8Kaluc; part skims, 4ab0'; fall skims,
Eaua--Quiet choice, steady; state and
Pennsylvania. 18Wal9j.t ice bouse. 14ka
16c; western fresh, 1618! do. per
Pbiladslphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia. Sept 17. Tallow is
Steady, but tbe demand is llgnt We
quote city, prime in hogsheads, 4Ji4c;
country, prime, in barrels, 4a4c; do.
dark, in barrels, 4Xc cakes, 5c; grease,
Mothsrsl Mothersll Mothsrstll
Mra.Winslow's Soothing Syrnp has been
used for over fifty years by millions Of
mothers for their children while teatblng,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic. and is the best remedy for dl
arrbcea. fold bydiuggists in every part
of tbe world. Bo snre and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. - Twenty-live cents a bot
tle. . : - . "(
- Would you ride on a railroad that uses
no danger signals? That oongh is a signal
of danger. ' The safest core is Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup. Sold by all dealers
on, a guarantee of satisfaction.
WEAK MEN YUR attention
' Gray's SpsclQc Medicine
a IF YOU SUFFER tromNer
. vous De
bility, Weakness of Body and Mind, Sperma
torrhea, and Impoteucy, and all diseases that
arise from over-ludulgonco and self -abuse, as
Loes of Memory and Power, Dimness of Vis
ion, 1'remature Old Ako and many other (lis-'
euses that lead to Insanity or Consumption
and an early Brave, write for a pamphlnt.
Address GRAY MEDICINE CO., Buffalo,
N. Y. Tbe BpeoiBo Medicine is sold by all
drufrtfata at $ per package, or six packages
for $i,or sent by mail on receipt of money. and
with every $5.00 order WE GUARANTEE
a enre or money reiunuea
tTOn account of counterfeits we have
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only genu
ine, bold in Boranton bv Matthews broa
are known by rail
road men and othei
experts to be un
equalled for weat
Tbe Ducbsr Witch Works, Canton, 0.
PKITEB 81I0B CO., Inc'p. fapltal, (1. 009,000.
BEST CU.SO SHOE IN TUE WORLD.
"A dollar laitti ft a dollar earned."
TUiLadies' lld freach Uonfrola Kid Hot
ton Boot del Ared fraainvwlMra In tbe U.S.,oo
neelptof Cash, MoneyOMtr,
or I'mUI Note for M.
Kanali evory way the boots
old in all retail stores for
81.60. We make this boot
ourselves, therefore we guar
antee, tne ju, hum ana tcenr,
and If any one is not saHilkd
we will rcmna uio munoy
Toe or Common Btnte,
WluUIB V, A.'. Ai nn.
1 to B ana nail
Dexter Shoe Co., I3&Ee
Special frrmt to Vtatir:
n rit UKtAT 30th Day.
prodnces the above results In '30 days. It aoti
vnwerf ully and aulckly. Cures when all others fall
YouuRmeuwlllreiiain their lost manhood, aud old
tuou will recover their youthful vujor by usina
KEVIVO. It aulokly and surely restores Nervous
ness, I.ot,t Vitality, Impoteuny, Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, railing Memory, Wasting Diseases, aud
all effects of self-abuse or excess and Indiscretion,
which unfltt one for study, business or marriage. It
not only cures by starting tt the seat ot disease, but
Is a great nerve tonlo and bload builder, bring
tng back the pink Klow to pale cheeks and re
storing the lire of youth. It wards off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist on hevtag BE VIVO, no
other. It can be earned in vest pocket, isy mail
1.00 oer nackuge, or six for 85.00. with a posl
rive written guarantee to cure or refund
the money. Circular tree. Address
SOYAL MEDICINE CO., S3 Rlvtr St, CHICAQ0. ILL
For sale by Matthews Bros., Druggists
j Bcrauton , rs.
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few tfi RESTORES VITALITY.
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Train loaves Bcranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. D. & H. R R. at 7.46 a.m.. 110
2.88 and 11.31 p. m. yia D., L. is W. B. b.00,
S.oail.lSla. m.,and l.;W p, m.
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wilkes
Bane via D.. L. A W. R. K., 6.0U, 6.08, U.aj
a. in , 1.S0, aw. 6.07. 8..MI p. in.
Leave Bcranton for Whito Haven, Hazleton,
Fottaville and all points on the Beaver
Meadow and fottsvilla branches, via E. & W.
V.. 6.40a.m., via D. St H.K.K. at 7.16a.m.. U.0S,
bSA. 4.iX) p.m. Yia D., L. Ss W. R. R., 6.00, S.Qt,
11.20 a.m.. 1.30, aWp.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Readiiif, Harrisburg and all intermediate
noints via D.Ss H.K.R. T.t.i ara .12.0j, t.'M, 11. fW
p.m.,via D L. & W. K. R.,6.00,8.03, 1L20 a. m.,
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, Towanda,
Elmira. Ithaca, Geneva and all intermedltte
points via D. St H. K.R..S.43 a.m.,12.05 and ll.DS
p. m.,via D. L. & W. R. K 8(H a.m.,l..Wp. ra.
Leave Scranton for Roohoster, Buffalo, Ni
Sfrara Falls, Detroit Chicazo and all points
west via D. & H. R. R., H.46 a. m.,12 05,9.15.11 JJ
p. in., via D. L. W. B. R. and Pittttoa
Junction, &08 a.m , 10, 8.60 p. m., via B. Ss W.
For Klmira and the wost via Ralsmanov yia
H, a H. a R. r.4 . a.m.. IS O.i.ti.Cu p. m.. via D
UtW.lU, ,8.08 a.m., 1..K) and 0.97 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains botwoen L. Si B. Junction or
Wilkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo ami Suspension Brtdom.
ROLL1N H. WILBUR, Gen. Bupt.
CHAS. 8. LKE. Onn. Pass. Ag't, Phila.Pl.
A-W.NONNF.MACHliK.AM't OJU.Pasa. Ag't.
Boutb Botblehem, Pa.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OFN. J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insuring
cleaulinees and comfort.
TIMR TABI.C IN KFErrr MAT 20, 1S3I.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, Wilkes
Parre. eta., at 8 , U.l. 11.30 a. m., 12.6a it.00,
8;W, 6.00, T.Si, 11.116 p. m. Sundays, V.UO a. in.,
1.00, (J.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Ailantio City. 8.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark aud Elizabeth, 8.3)
(expresa) a. m., 12.50 (expross with Buffot
parlor car), 3.110 (express; p, m. bunday, 2.1 J
For MAucn Ciiitnk, Ali.entown, Betrlc
rem, Kahtoh and Philadklphia, 8.20 a. m..
12.60,3.80, 6.U0 (exoept Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2.16 p. m.
For Lono BKAHcn, Ocean Grovb, eto at
8.'.0 a. m., I2.r0 p. m.
For Rending. Lebanon and Harrlsburg, via
A lien town, 8.20 a. ui., UM, 6.00, p.m. Sunday.
2.1. ) p. m. i .
For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m., 12.50 p. m.
HeturniiiK, h'ave New York, foot of Liberty
street, North river, at I'.IO (axpress) a. ra,
1.1(1, 1.30, 4.:tl (express with Butfuc parlor oar)
p. m. Bunday, 4.: a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, ReadtiiB Terminal, 9.1J
a. m., 2.00 and 4.3.1 p. in. Sunday, 6.27 a. m.
Tbrouirh tickots to ail points at lowest rates
may be bad on application in advauce to tbs
ticket agent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
Gun. Pass. Agent.
J. H. OLHAUSEN,
DELAWARE AND HCD-
Commencing Monday, July
30, all trains will arrive and
depart Irom the new Lack
awanna avenue station as
Trains will letve Scran
ton station for Carbondale
and intermediate point at
o oa ft jk 1 mi a or ..,,1 in in
s.m., 12.00, 2.20, 8.66, o.io, no, v jo, w.iu ana
II o ...
For Farriew, Waymart and Honesdale at
7.0U. s. ana 1U.10 a.m., iz.uu,s.iv ana o.ia p.m.
Fcr Albanr, Saratoga, the Adirondaoksand
Hnntreal at 6.4) am. and 2,21) p.m.
For Wllkes-Barre and Intermediate points
at 7.46, 8.46. B.38 and 10 43 a m, 12.06, 1,W, S.9S,
4.(10. 6.k 8.06. 9.16 and 11.38 D.m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton Station from
Carbondale and intermediate points at 7 4U,
8.40, 1.34 and 10.40 am., 1210, 1.17, 2JJ4, 140,
AM. S Ui.7 4.-i. 011 and 11.33 o.m..
From Honesdale. Waymart and Farriew at
1.94 a.m.., laou, i u, s.tu, a no ana i.to p.m,
From Montreal, ear a toga, Albany, etc, at
164 aud 11. 8 p.m.
From v Hkns-Barre and Intermediate points
at 15, 8.01, iuob ana 11 ao in, i u, n,i, ihsv,
i.10, 6,06, 7.20, S.03 end 1L1 p.tn.
tut ixw in ir I inri-WlHWl AND
XJ WESTERN RAILBOAD.
Trains leave scraaton aa rauo Mpnm
for New York and ah points Bast L0, tttit
(.16, 8.00 and S ao a. m.; 18 66 and 8.60 p. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Pnlladetohla
and the South, tvl B0l) and 8.64 a D. UK
aad8.60 p. m. , .......
Wasnington ana way awuoua, e.u v-
Buffalo, 12.10. 2 16 a. m. and I2i p. bl, making
-i - .1 . U..IVnln n .11 r.in.. In Ka
CIUW, Iftllunuww. w m. y m mm
West, Northwest and Southweau
Bath aecommonation, a. m.
BiBghamton and way stations, 12.17 p. CO.
N icuolmn accommodatloo. sit ft U ans
4,10 p. m.
Ulnebamton ana Eimrra tiprw aw p.
H A. I.l 1 L.Mnu n.Mf&
Ctica and Richfield Springs, 116 a. m. and LM
P'lthaca. .16 and Bath 9a. m. and lit p. m.
For Northumberland.Ptttaton, Wilkea-Barrsv
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Danville, making
I .. . . ,. .. V ,t.r- V.vl n A tnP
L llliiT,.viT.f Harriahuriy n<imom. Wash
lngton and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate station
8.00, S.tu a. m. and 1 and S.07 p. m.
Nantiooae ana intermediate stations, aus
and 11.20 a. in. Plymouth and intermediate
siaiwua, wwim wit v r1- , i. nn
ruuauw iu uir ana iwyit .
etc.. apply to M. L. Simth. city 'toffloe,
828 iackawanuaavenue. or depot ttokeSolfloa.
ERIE AND WY0MIM8 VAXai
KOAD . ... ..vv.nA In.
Trains leave ucranwo ,, j TTi
,.:.i.- nointai on the Erie railroad at
a. m and 5.24 p- m. Abo for Hcmesoale.
fiawiey and local olnU at 486. 9.46 am.. and
W p a 4K ,M to aai
All tne euove niv wwm -
'rtlti train W-va, Scn.nioa for
Lake Ariel at 6.10 p.m. and arrives , at Scraa
ton from the Lake at 8 a m. and T
Trains leave tor Wilkes-Barreate.4s m.
and 8.41 P. m.
In KfTect Juae 24th, IS 04.
ga,,! w,5 a.
(Trains Sally, Ex
N. Y. Franklin St.
West 42ud streeu
8 20 1 161
8 101 1 CJI
1U 5(M ..
!lS 40 A
12 IIS 10
7 169 1 081
T lWflSirt S
II W 9
11 Ifji 8
11 11 8
II 07 8
11 01 8
11 03 8
4 IIS 1 10
All trains run dally except Sunday,
t signifies that trains stop on ritfoal far pas
sengers, Kccure rates via Ontario Western before
purchasing tickets and sava money. Day ansl
J. C. Anderson, Gen. Psss Agt
T. Flltcroft, TJlv. Pass, Agt. Seranton, Pa.
WK CAN OIVI VOII
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The Scranton Tribune Jot) Dept.