The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, September 24, 1894, Image 6

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    TILE SCEANTON TKIBTOE-MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894.
btwtRAL NEWS
OF INDUSTRIES
The snccesslon to the lato E. B. Lels
onring iu tho presidency of the Lehigh
Coal nud NavijruUon company is re
ceiving disousBiou. Mr. Leiaonring, it
will be recalled, auccesded Joseph a.
Karris, now president of the Reading.
J lie vncaney natnrnlly suggests
thonchts as to who wilt be e ailed upon
to till it. The board of managers of
ilia company comprises Elward W,
Clark, Francis R. C'dp, Charles Par
rish, James M. Wiloox, Edward N.
Lp wis, Snaiaol Dickson, Thomas Mo
Keau, Edward S. Buckley, Abram S.
Hewitt and Chnrlotiianeo Tower, jr.,
nud it is probable that one of these will
te -elected to the presidency. The
l'liiludflphia Stockholder intlmatts
that "possibly, however. Mr. Harris,
who is understood to be physically
breaking dowu under the groat burdens
that devolve upon the Reading's chief
executive, may be induced to return to
l-i is old post."
The Philadelphia Inquirer takes this
view of the anthrauito situation "The
only question in the anthracite coal
trade now is whether next yenr's busi
ness can be saved; this year's trade is
irretrievably ruined. In the month of
October, November and Deoomber the
iiirlcat will probably require less than
10,0i0. WO tons. Thcro is now above
vroiind fit various stocking points fully
8,0U0,WI0 tons and after allowing for a
fair working stock to be carried over
the utmost that need he mined in the
l ist quarter of the year is 8, 000,000 tons.
In the same months last year 11,807,000
tons were produced- To get the (rule
into good shape at the end of the year
would require pertinent and regular
restriction to tht extont of 3IS per cent,
of last years product, a desirable con
iliiion that is by no means likely to be
brought about. There is a strong pros
pect, therefore, that next spring will
open with enormous stocks of eoal on
band and with prioes fully as low as
those now ruling."
The Inquirer is probably a shads too
1,'lootuy. The present disposition of
tlio leading faetnrs in the trade is
favorable to resolute and honest en
tailment pending the wiping ont of ac
cumulated stocks, while a break may
occur a,'iit) ai it baa often occurred in
the pmt, it is believed that the self
interest of the large coal and carrier
companies will prevent a eontinuance
of the "road to ruin" policy of the pait
low months. Tho fact tha't these com
panies are beginning to see the facts as
tliey are is a hopeful angury,
"There is a disposition'says Saward,
"on the part of some of the producers
of anthracite to befog the vital ques
tion with outside issues as to the pro
per percentages of this or that inter
est; they will talk about sneh matters
when the main issue is and must be,
bow are they to widen the area of the
consumption of this fuel for domestic
purposes? The insanity of certain of
the leaders of opinion on the matter of
a demand from former soft coal nsers,
ftureiy is responsible in a large degree
for the utterly depressed condition of
this trade at the present time. Events
prove what anyone well acquainted
with the trade might have known they
vAild prove, that there was but very
mmtm in all the gossip as to a shortage
of fuel that eould only be filled by
shipping anthracite. The tonnage had
been kept fairly well in hand up to the
t of Jnne and there seemed a possi
bility of getting the schedule price,
but with the immense tonnage done in
June and July this possibility ceased to
exist, and the effort to stem the tide by
issuing a price-list was as futile aa it
was absurd in the conditions then en
vironing the trade."
The No. 1 breaker at Silver Brook
will be abandoned after Oot. 1. It is
almost a year ago since the main slope
was condemned, but since that time
the colliery has been proparing equally
as much ooal as when the mines were
in full swing. This coal is said to be
of the finest quality that enters the
anthracite market, and has been mined
from s trippings of capacious depth as
weljTag tho No. 5 slope, wbion daily
.rfiucea almost 100 cars. However,
the indefinite snpension, of this col
liery will have little effect on the em
ployes. It it the aim of the company
to transmit all the coal that has been
Torinerly prepared at this colliery to
No. 2 by route of a hw lokie road
which is being built between the two
collieries to forma connecting link.
Tbis intimates that No. 2 colliery
will have to prepare 200 oars a day
more than was ite usual eustom. This
will be accomplished by the new pon
derous addition to the breaker, with
its expedient mechanical devices being
put in operation . The breaker is now
double its original size, and a trip
through it, says the Huzletou Stand
ard, would convince the best expert
that the mechanical equipments are up
to perfection, but for it to prepare
satisfactorily all the coal mined in all
the strippings and slopes remains to be
axen. There will be scarcely any men
thrown ont of employment, The em-
oyes on and about No. 1 will be re-
iirnri win na cancin n n i Anm
w m u vnu wj
lie soonest posoioie route iron No. 5
ope a trestle win be erected over the
no, o stripping for a distance of 1.000
feet. The preparations for the new
system are extensive, and are being
vigorously pushed,
e
Minor Industrial Notes:
The Cambria Iron company has deolared
Its usual dividend of two per cent.
The Brooklyn coal dealers have come to
an agreement and will advance prices.
Railroad officials nt Chicago have been
unable to form a Trans-Contiuental Pas
senger association.
It is reported that D. W. Caldwell will
become president of both the Lake Shore
and Nicxel Plate roads.
The Wabsgb. earned in the second week
of (September t2!25,507, a decrease as com
pared with the same week in 1S'J3 of
153.126. .
The New York and New England rail
road compauy baa contracted with the
lthode Island Locomotive works for sev
eral new engines.
. New and costly drawing room and state
room compartment cars have been put on
the Pennsylvania's limited traini between
Now York and Chicago.
An order has been issued transferring
the headquarters of the general superin
tendent of the Buffalo, Rochester and
Pittsburg railroad from Buffalo to Roch
ester. The green glass workers at Olean, N.
Y;. will start in with two factories today.
vThey will employ about 200 hands and
will be mostly operated by South Jersey
blowers.
The Bessemer steel works of the Troy
Rteel and Iron company's plant started
last night, after having been idle since the
middle of March. Five hundred men were
given employment. ,
The meeting of the members of the
National Association of General Passenger
Agency, at Quebec, was attended by al
most 160 members. A. 8. Anderson, presi
dent, occupied the chair. The meeting
was held behind closed doors. It was de
cided to hold semi-anntfal meeting New
York.
It is stated that the earnings of the Pull
man company are now the largest of any
time in its history, except during the few
weeks that the travel to the World's fair
was at its maximum.
The new textile words at Bramcote. Pa.,
are now rapidly preparing for business
and will be placed in operation in a few
weeks at the latest The company hopes
to start about fifty looms on Oct. 1.
The Pennsylvania lines, up to the 15th
of this month, since Jan. 1 had handled
10,089,088 tons of coal, which is a deorease
this year, as compared with the corre
sponding period last year, of 2,000,543 tons.
J. M. Weddel, the veteran engineer on
the Louisville division of the Pennsylvania
lines, commenced running a locomotive on
that road in December. 1853, aDd is still
active and in good health and running the
fastest train on the road.
All locomotives on the Michigan Central
which are run between Michigan City and
Chicago are equipped with an improved
smoke stack, and bnrn smokeless coal,
abating the smoke nuisance. The New
River smokeless coal is now used as fuel
on nine switching engines in Chicago and
on thirty-five freight and passenger engines
that run into Chicago over the Michigan
Central.
Bucklen's Arnloa Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Bait Rhenm. Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
it guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 0 cent per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
Fatal neglect ie a little short of suicide.
The consequences of a neglected cold are
too well known to need repeating. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures a cough
promptly. Sold by all dealers on a guar
antee of satisfaction.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Btooks and Sonde.
The range of Saturrday's prioes or the ac
tive stocks of the New York slock market are
given below. Tho quotations are furnished
I'M Tiiibl'NI by O. du B. Dimmiek, manager
of William Linn Allen & Co., stock brokers,
il- Spruce street, Scran ton.
Opon- High- Low Clos
ing. est. est. inir.
Am. cot. on wt 3iw :u4
Am Sugar. tlVtf Hti VrM WH4
A.T.&8.F 7 :x r
Can. So.
Chospeake Ohio... HWf, 21$ m
Colo. Gas. TILs 71 7IM Ti
Chic St N. W....,..lll-im 104 TO! 104
C, B. A Q 74M 74 75
C C.C. A Bt. L.... 40 40 i 40
C. M. A St. Paul.... 65 6tl 6oH U5
Cbicago.K. I. & Pac. til 1 UUH 614
D. A H l&M ia.1V iliom l'Mi
I L. A W 1721,
i). a c. ft 1044 ny iwa 11
o. . Co as 40 mi Wi
Ills. Cent.
Lake Shore
L. AM 07 S7H 67 D7
Manhattan.
Mich. Cent im SM 914 HSU
Miss. Pac as?J W 0 il
Nat. Cordage IBl IfiCS 15fci V,i
Nat. Lead MH 4UJ, 404 4U
New Jersey Cent
N. Y. Central 101 lOl'i 101 IOH4
N.Y.AN.E
N. Y., L. E. A W.... 1014 154 J51j 15$j
N. Y.. S. A W
N. Y., S. A W., pr..
North Pao
North Pao. pr 1K lit IW 19
O. A W 171 1714 17Hi 1714
Phil. & Beading..... S4 Vlii Wi '2JH,
Rich & W. P 19 ltijj W8
T., C. A L
Texag Pac
Cnion Pacific VH M i3(i 1W
Wabash lift W4 04 tr
Wabash pr 15 ID 15 15
Western Union. a9tf mi 8K t'JH
Ntw York Product Market
New Yobk, Sept. 22. Flock Dull,
offered weak.
Wheat Dull, lower with options
closing firm; Ko. 8 red, store and
elevator, SGc; afloat, ' 66at f. o.
b., 57Jia57Jfo.: No. 8 red blank, ungraded
red, 5Ja57c; No. 1 northern, 6c.; op
tions were dull, irregular, dosing steady
at Kac. December most active. Sales
included No.2red. September and October,
bXc ; November, 57c. ;December, 58 0. ;
May, 63c.
corn Dull; exports, 20,5(50: gales, fu
tures, 30,000; No. 2, 58a59c.; elevator,
5a9c.; afloat, qotations dull, ajic.j
lower dosing, weak; May-December most
active; September, 58Xc; October, 68c;
November, 57 c.; May, 55c.
Oats Dull, easier: options dull, lower,
weak; September, 33c.; October, 33 Vc;
November, 84a; December, 85,Va; May,
8$c; spot prices, No. 3, 33c.; No. 2,
white, 32c.; No. 2 Chicago, 33K&; No. 3,
Sic: No. 3 white, 35J4C; mixed western,
3uXa840.; white do., 3Ca4Uc; white
Btate, 36a40Xc.
Beef Dull; family $10al3, extra mess,
$SaS.5U.
Beep bams Quiet; $20.
Tiekced beef Dull, steady; city extra
India mess, $17.00.
Cot Meats Quiet steady.
Pickled Bellies 8H'e)o., as to aver
age, pickled shoulders, 7a; piokled bams,
llallc; middles nominaL
Lard Quiet, easier; western steam,
closed at (9.15; city, SXc.; September
closed at (9.20, asked; tlanuary,.8.27, nom
inal. f ore Dull, steady, mess I15.50al6.00;
extra prime $13,b0$14.
Butter Quiet; fancy firmer; state;dairy,
14a23c: do. creamery, 1825c.; Pennsyl
vania do., 18a25c; western dairy, 13al7c;
do. creamery, 15a25!o.; do. factory, 12a
16c; elgins, 24aiJ5c.; imitation creamery,
16al8c
Cheese Quiet, weak; state large,
SalOc; do. fancy, state, 10c; do.
colored, lOalOc.; do. small, 8HalOc;
part skims, 4ab,'4C-, full skims, 8auc.
Eoob Quiet; fancy, firm; state and
Pennsylvania, 18)al9o.: ice house, 14a
16c X. ; western fresh, 16Xal8c ; do., per
case, 3a2.50; Canadian, 18al8c
Philadelphia Tallow Mark.t.
Philadelphia, Sept. iX Tallow is
steady, but the demand is light. We
quote city, prime in hogsheads, 4a4c;
country, prime, in barrels, itiAc, do.
dark, in barrels, 4c; cakes, 5c; grease,
4o.
Dalton,
Noah Mother, of New York city, is
spending a few days with Mrs. C. L,
Bnggs, of this place.
J. M. Shortman, of this plaoe, met
with quite a serious acoident one day
tbis week. While be waa returning
home to bis dinner and in climbing a
tone wall one of tbe'eapstones fell off
and hit bis ankle, cutting it very badly.
Mrs. W. . Smith was at Scranton
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Parkton spent a
few days this week with relatives at
Tunkbannock.
Mrs Edward Ivis and Mrs. H. Ivee
of Sorantoa spent Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Ivee.
Quarterly meeting was observed at
the Methodist oburoh yesterday.
Mrs. E. A. Warren attended the W.
C. T. U. convention at Mosow Thurs
day. Mr. Coon of Lincoln, Neb., visited
relatives at this plaoe a few days last
week.
. Mothers! Mothers!! Vothtrstl!
Mrs.Winslow's Soothiug Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their obildren while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic and is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold by druggists in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bot
tle. HASSON STARK.
AT THE OLD DEPOT HOTEL
FACTOR YV1LLE,
la prepared to receive summer boarders and
furnish rigs for tourists to surrounding towns
and summer resorts.
CTJRKS
m Constipation.
CURES
' Constipation.
CURES
Constipation.
I write that yon may know
the good I have received from
B. H. B. I was 11 out of
health and snfforing with con
stipation and biliousness. 1
tried other medicines, but
they failed to do any good.
At last I bought a bottle of B.
B. B. and before I had used it
all I went to work aa well as
ever. Glis Nklbon,
Box &Vrvlntuo,Warrnoo.Pe
Acts
On the
Bowels.
E.
s Sons'
Beer
Brewery
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
PlLSENER
Lager
Beer
CAPACITY
100.000 Bblt Per Annum.
Eidomib by thi HioHrrr Mibical Airmorrit
.lnUi-miiii 1 & . . w .
HEADACHES
1NI7ALFR will cure you. A
wonderful boon to suffenen
frum Cold, CkireTbroal,
orllAY FEVIIt. Afonit
immediate rtliit. Ancflidi nt
rcmeily. convenient to carry
10 pocket, ready to tise on flrft iDdieaiion of cold.
Continued l"e KTeeta FeraMicnt Cure.
BfltisfACLlonsnarKnteedormoneT refnndfrt.
AO rt: Trial free at Unntglsts. Keslstered mail,
COcenM. LII,COSaMll,atr.,rkntajnn,aici.,D.S.t.
CTTSHMAWB
MFHTHfll Thu "urert and safest remedy for
IIL.ni nUL. all nliln UHeaaes.Kciema.licli.Salt
BheumjiM Sorea, liurns, Cut. Wonderful rem
edy for PILES). Price, E5 eta. at Draij- n a I a
glata or by mall prepaid. AdilrenaanabuTe. PHLit.
For sale by Matthews Bros, and John
II. l'helpa.
mtC CANNOT SEE HOW V00 DO
ttirC IT AND PAY FREIGHT.
A Ban oar 1 elratrer walnat or otk tm
Anal UrJjaisxl. nkktl DUUd.ftdftnUd lo Uahl
ittid htirj work; fruarantetd for 10 ieiri( wltti
ADiuiMue bod ui b vTitwer, w iMmriBauig tyiiaV
der ShillU,Hlf.Httisi Wrdlnd couipkl
.t of HtellitMhmitittblpMd aoy wbartoa
TI.OOODfiWfB
80 Dny'l TrUL. N o mootr reiruirtd In dvioct ,
. World's Ftir McdftlawardedirtateblDa ftndaltach-
menu. Hut from f tciory tod uti dlrl tod agtni'l profits,
rDFP l'" ThUfat tud wad to-(Uv for mac bin or larrt fre
W (it t ftUloRTit.ttaltmonUliirrlijillBopMlof Ih World'i FaJr
OXFORD UF6. CO.8iiWttatltArs.CHiCA0OlILL,
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion mnstnse Pozzoni's Pow-I
der. It produces a soft and beautiful skin.
lob Work .
I NEAT
TASTY
OATOHT
The Scrtnton Tribune
Job Dept
mm
Robinson
9Gm
700-HSLE SEA TRIPS
By the Beautiful New Steamships of the
Old Dominion Line
TO -
OLD POINT COMFORT
CHYGEIA HOTEL), OR
VIRGINIA BEACH
(PKINCESS ANNE HOTEL),
AND RETURN
Mo9t Delightful Resorts on the Atlantic Coast for
AUTUMN OUTINGS "
FOR
$
10" Old Point Comfort
Q Virginia Beach - -
A day and a quarter at either hotel. INCLUDING
, EVERY EXPENSE of meals and berths en route, a day
and a quarter's board at either hotel.
This trip is an ideal one, as the course skirts the coast, with lit
tle likelihood of seasickness, and passes in review many watering
places and points of interest. For printed matter and full particu
lars address
OLD DOMINION S. S. COMPANY
W. L GUILIAUDEU, Trafflo Manager.
MOOD
AjOsiAiannooa, Niutttiy
In (iiRratlTAnivanB of
excessive use of tobacco,
aumptionur insanity.
by mall prepaid. With
MfV.nH
bEFOREANDFTER USING. nootliur. Addrow NSKVC a)EEu'co Masonle Tumule, CHICAGO. liJ.
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Drugpist, on. Washington
md Suruca streets.
S, Iheinwitreinedy
; Mm younreuTit
Blii'OHJJ ABD AlTKH UUUItt.
ant4-o to cure or
For Sale by O. M. HARKI8, UraKclst,
Hw iliacflVArv.
aOallANiSKtoCora
J InroluoUry Bmlmtont
fiafuaand Alict Uuiia. "IP" unaouy,
1 PBAI. MEbll'lllli OO..
foraal fey JOHN
H
PHELPS,
Spvuc Street, Scranton, Pa.
' '
Nail!' :?.- ,tv
COMPLEXION BLEMISHES
Hay be hidden imperfectly by cosmetks and
powdara, but cau only be rumored permad
neatly by
Hetssl's Superior Face Eleacb
It will positively remove Fracklea, Tan;
Moth, salloivpm, and carny dleeaaee ol
the akin, such as Plmplea, Acne, Blaeki
lie da, uUlueaa and renders tho-kin soft ami
beaut if uL Price SI per bottle. For sale at 7
E. M. HETSEL
830 Lac a. Ave,,3craBtona,a, .
Fertilizers
Large Medium and
White Clover,
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
Gardens.
HUNT & GONNELL CO.
DRim SHOB CO., Incn. Capital, MM,000.
BUST S1.60 SHOB M THE WORLD.
"A dollar tatti it a dollar iamtl."
ThlaT.adles'Sollil French DooRola Kid But
ton Boot delivered free aayvhore In the D-S..OQ
raoeipt oruaen, uoaayuraer,
or Poaul Note for $1.54.
Equala every way the boot
old la all retail stores for
tLHO. We make this boot
ODraotres, therefore we guar
ante the fit. tluU and vmr.
and If any ooo fa Dot aattafled
we win reiuna ue money
or loud anollior pair. Opera
ioe or uommoa rente,
wictna c, V, B, aa,
lea 1 to 8 and naif
iliea. SndvourtUt:
vui Jtl you.
Iiluatrnted
Cata
logue
FREE
Dexter Shoe WSSSMk
daedal Itrmt to jMater:
Hold Waverly
European Plan. Firat-olau Bar attached.
Depot for Eergaer It Bagel's Tannhesuaer
Beer.
il Cor. ISth and Filbert Sts,, Philadia
Vott deeirahle for residents of N.E. Penn
tylvauia. All aocTenlences for travelers
to and from Broad Btreot station and the
Twelfth and Market Street station. 1
air able for Tiriting Scran to nlana asil pec
(le in the Anthracite Kegton.
T. J. VICTORY,
PROPRIETOR.
-
$16.00
$17.00
Pier 26, North River, New York.
RESTORED! iS
NERVE SEEDS,
iferfal wtd, fa
iar all amadU
Seeds aDd
ik is avw m i
H I ?a K tJ Pt s 1 vl.il.tfv .
$17
aaea,siich as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Ilendacbe, Waketulnfis.
Kbissiooa, NerToainea,aliarainaanaiosROi powar
either MimiiMrfhrovurHiiirUnn. onlh fill error.
opium or stimulants, which load to Infirmity, Cott-
Lan oecameaia vesipocaei. aiprwi,an""i
a HA order we trWe a wrtttrn araawauitee to core
rirnnlmvtrt U..IA V, w 1) tn, ,..,.,. A k f OF It. take
RESTORED MANHOOD
DR. Mom
NEBTEBHIl
Pll I ft
fornerrons prostration and ollnervousdlaeases of
unnnsui eitner sex. sucn as Aervoua rrostratlon, fall-
V." . " impotency, nignuy Emissions, Youtnrul jcrrors,
Mental Worry.exoesatveuHeof Tobaoro or nniiim. which ImiI tnrnn.
Bumptlon and InsnnltT. With Hfrv aus txrAu Htn ...h
refund tbemonoT. Hold at N1.0O per box. 6 boxes
11 feun Aranue.
RESTORE
LOST VIGOR
Will tiFM .k. n.u my aJ .tiv wiiimte
HMTouiDrblllty, LoaaofBaxaal Powar in atthai .
from any cams. If Dtgltclod, inch Ironbles lead I
n.iiiper (wi sy soail, e boxi-i for $5. wits omit'
tleTsland.Oliio. t
Pharmaoiat, cor. Wyoming Avnu and
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
I'llTSKlANH ANOkUUGKUNS,
DR. Q. EDQAK DEAN has removed to 616
Spruce street, Scranton, JftL (Just op
posite court-bouse Square.)
DK. A. J. CUN NELL, Office SU1 Washington
avenue, corner Sprue street, over
I'raucke s drug store. Residence, 723 Viue st.
Office hours: 10.80 to 12 a. m. and to 1 and
6.a0to7.30p. Sunday, o 8 p.m.
IR. W. K. ALLEN, Office cor. Laok
U wanna and Waaliinirton aves. i over Leon
ard shoe store; oflice hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and
Sto 4 p. in.; evenings at residence, GUN.
Washington ava.
DK. a L FREY, Practice limited to Dis
eases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
office, Hi Wyoming avo. Residence, (tit Vine
street.
lR. L M. GATES. 125 Washington Avenue.
xJ Office hours, to It a.m., 1.30 to S and T
tt) 8 p.m. Residence 9119 Madison avenue
IOHN L. WENTZ, M. D., Offices 62 and M
w Commonwealth building; residence 711
Madisonave; office hours, 10 to 12, 2 to i, 7 t
8; Sundays 2.30 to 4. evening at realdence. A
specialty made of dUeases ot the eye, ear, nose
and throat and gynecology.
D
R.KAY, 206 PennAve. ; 1 to 3 p.ra ; call 2062.
Dis.of women, obstetric-s and dis. of chil.
LAWYERS.
JM. a RANCK'8 Law and Collection of.
nee. No. 817 Bprnce it, opposite Forest
House. Bcranton, Pa,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond'
ents In every county.
JESSUPU it HAJMD, Attorneys and Counsel
lors at Law. Commonwealth building,
Washington ava W. H. Jebaup,
Horace E. Hano,
W. H. Jessup, Jb.
W1LLARD WARREN A KNAPP, Attor
neys and Counselors at Law, Republican
building, Washington ave.. Bcranton, Pa.
PATTERSON St WILCOX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law; offices 6 and a Library
building, Scranton, Pa
KOSWKLti H. PATTITWO
William A. Wilcox.
ALFRED HAND. WILLIAM J. HAND, At
torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
vv,
F. BOYLE, Attorney-at-Law,Nos.l9 and
20, Burr building, Washington avenuo.
H
ENRY M. 8EELY-Lhw offices in Price
building, 126 Washington avenue.
I' RANK T. OKELL, Attorney at Iw. Room
6. Coal Exchange. Scranton. Pa.
MILTON W. LOW RY, I Att'ya, 227 Washing
C. U. VON 8TORCH, ( ton av.. C. H. square.
TAMES W. OAKFORD, Attorney at L,'
0 rooms 63, 64 and 60, Commonwealth b'l'g.
CAMUEL W. EDO A It, Attornoy at Law.
O Office, 817 Spruce St., Bcranton. Pa.
r A. WATRES, Attorney at Law. 421
I J. Lackawanna auo.. Bcranton, Pa.
I P. SMITH, Counsellor at Law. Office,
. rooms 54, 55, 56 Commonwealth building.
c
1 R. PITCHER. Attorney at Law. Com-
. monwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
C. COMEOYS. 321 Spruce st.
D
B. REPLOULE, Attornoy Loans noeo-
tiated on real estate security. 408 Spruce.
F. KILLAM, Attorney at-Law, 12U Wy
oming avenno. Soranton.
SCHOOLS.
SCHOOL O' THE LACKAWANNA, Bcran
ton. Pa., preparee boys and girls for oollege
or business: thoroughly trains voung children.
Catalogue at req,ueut. Opens September 10.
Rev. Thomas m. cam
Walter H. Buei.l.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupils
received at all times. Next term will open
September 10.
DhNTIHTS.
p C. LATJBACH, burgeon Doutist, No, llj
1 Wyoming ave.
R. M. KTRATTON. offl Coal Exrhanifo. -
I.OANB.
fpHE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso
A. ciation will loan you money on eattior terms
and pay you bettor on investment than any
other association. Call on 8. JS. CALLEN
DFR. Dime Rank bnilillnir
SEKDS.
GR. CLARK & CO., Seedsmen, Florists
and Nurserymen; store 146 Washington
avenue; green house, 1360 North Main avenue;
store telephone 782.
TEAS.
GRAND UNION TEA CO., Jones Broa
WIRE SCREENS.
OS. KUETTEL, 61S Lackawnnna avonua,
Scranton, Pa., manuf'r of Wire Screens.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 Franklin ave
nue. Rates reasonable.
P. Zi eoi.hr. Proprietor.
ESl'allNbTER HOTEL.
W. O. SCHENCTf. Himw
Sixteenth street, one block east of Broadway,
at Union Square, New York.
Amerlran plan, fSbU per day and upward.
SCRANTON HOUSE near D lT AW.pai7
aenger depot Conducted on the European
plan. Vlfron Koor. Proprietor.
ARCHITECTS.
I)
AVIS HOUPT, Architects. Rooms 21.
go ana ao lommonweaun n hi b. Bcranton.
tfi L.WALTER, Architoct. Office, rear of
J, 606 Washington avenue.
? L. BROWN. Arch R Architect, Price
building, 126 W ashington Ave, Scranton.
MISCELLANEOUS.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
balls, plcnlos, parties, receptions, wed
dings and eoncert work fnrnlshed. For terms
addreta K. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hulbert's nmsic store.
H
ORTON U SWARTS- WHOLESALB
lumber, Price buildln Scranton, Pa.
MC.GAROEE BROTHERS, PRINTEH3'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Bcranton.
Pa.
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uRSlitt AND CAKRIAUliS FOlt SALE
at ICJd Capousa avenue
D. L.FOOTE, Agents
"LMtANK P. BROWN ft CO., WHOLE
J? sale dealers in Woodware, Cordage aud
Oli Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna avenue.
W.L Douglas
C'S CSUfC' 18 THE BEST.
Qlj O livb no eaucAKiNa
5. CORDOVAN,
FRENCH. ENAMEHED CALF.
4-.5?2 FlNECAlf &KAN6AR01 '
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EXTRA FINE.
2.1. Boys'SchoolShqesl
LADIES
h SEND FOR CATALOGUE
BROCKTON Mat
Von can save money by purchaalug W. L.
Douglas rihecs.
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, snd guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices snd the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
E. J. LEONARD.
Compleiion FrGsorvcd
DR. HEBRA'S
VIOLAiCREJl
Bomovps Freckles, Pimples.
Liver Moles, Blackheads!
Sunburn and Ten, and re.
stores the skin to its origi
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clear aud healthy eom-S?fo XjwKpi
reparations and perfectly hamleM. At all
rugs lets, or mailod lor SOvia, 8eud lor Clroular,
VIOLA SKIN SOAP to Haply lawapanbM si a
kla purtljini HMD, aoniaMI ft tlx Wet and vttkoiit a
hill br Utt nuneiy. AbMlulclr pan and AaUoaMly awdi
aus. Aidnniitt, Price 25 Ceirts.
G. C. BITTNER & CO., Toledo, a
For sal by Matthsw Bros, and Jofata
n 111. .
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J.
LEHIGH A (10 SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal need exolusively, Insuring
cloanliueas and comfort.
TIMS TABLE Ilf IITECT MATO, 1HW.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, Wilkes.
Barre, etc., at S.'M. V.1&, 11.30 a. m., 12.50, 2.00.
&a0, 6.01V T.i", 11.05 p. m. Sundays, 8.00 a. m.
1.00, S.1.5, r.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City. 8.H0 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Eliwiboth, 8.39
(express) a. m 12.90 (expross with Buffet
parlor car), 8.30 (express) p. m. Sunday, tl5
p. m.
For MAucr Chunk, Allkntowh, Betbli
hkm, Eahtor and Philadelphia, B;3J a. m..
lifiO ,130, 6.U0 (exoept Philadelphia) p. m,
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
. For Lono Biiasch, Ocean Grove, etc, at
8.MJ a. m., 12.50 p. m. .
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsbnrg, via
Allentown, (j.ao a. m., 12.50, 5.00, p.m. Bunday,
2.1ft p. m.
For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m., 12.50 p. m.
Returning leave New York, foot of Liberty
1 in6!0 river' at. 410 (express) a. m.,
L10, 1.30, 4.J0 (express with Buffet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday, la) a. m.
HhiUdelphim, Reading Terminal, 8.W
a. m., 2.00 and 4.AI p. m. Sunday, 6 27 a. m.
lhrough tickets to all poinU at lowest rates
may be had on application in advance to the
ticket agent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
J. H. CtHAUSEN. "- Agent,
(Jen. Supt.
?awsjuti
1 nil IWali
UAV 18 UU
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. D. & H. R R. at 7.45 a.m.. U.0A
W and 11.86 p. m. via D , L. & W. R. R., 6.01
106,U.Ia,m.,and l.aO p. m. '
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wllkes
Barre via D.. L 4 W. R. B e.00, &08, U.a)
a. m , 1.80, ast). 6.07. B.SOp. m.
Leave Scranton for Whito Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsville and all points on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottevilla branches, via E. & W.
V., 6 40 a.m., via D. SEE R, at 7.45a.m., 12.05.
na, MS p,?.,TimD- h- W' Rl -00'
ll.Aia.m., 1.30, 3.50 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton,
Reading, Harrisburg and all Intermediate
BoinU via D.& H.R.R. 7.45 a.m.,12,05, 8.83, 11.68
b-m.,vla O., L. & W. R. B.6.00,8.08, IL a. m,
L61I p.m.
Loave Scranton for Tunkbannock, Towanda,
Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all ratermedlita
points via D. St H. R.R..8.45 am., 12 05 and lUb
p. m,, via D.U4W. R. B 8.06 am,L30 p. m.
Leave Scranton tor Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all points
west via D. Ss H. B. R H.45 a-m.,12.05.9.15.11.8j
p. m , vU D. L. W. R. a and Pittston
lunetbra, 8.06 am., 8.50 p. m., via E. W.
R.R., 8.41 n. m.
Tor Elmlra and the west via Balamaoov. via
D. A H. R. R. 8.4., a.m., 1496,6.06 p. m.. via D.
LAW. R.R., ,8.08 a.m., L 80 and 4.07 p.m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. St B. Junction or
Wilkes-Rarre and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
HOLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt
CHA8. S, LEE. Gen. Paas. Ag't, PhiU .P.
A W.NONNEMACHER.Aaa't Qea.Pasa. Ag't,
South Bethlehem, Pa.
DELAWARE AJJD HTTD.
- SON RAILROAD.
Commencing Vanday,July
30, all trains will arrive and
uepwi irom tne new Lack
awanna avenue station as
itollows:
' Trains will leave Scran
ton station for Carbondale
and intermediate points at
r " 2.20. 5.45, 7.O0, 8 26 and 10.10
a.m., 1I.W, -A2U, a w, 0.10, 0,10, ijo, 9,io and
11.20 p.m.
For Farview, Waymart and Hones dale at
TOO. 8.25 and 10.10 a.m., 12.00,2.20 aud 6.15 pm.
For Albany, Saratoga, the Adirondacksand
Montreal at 5.45 a m. and 2,20 p.m.
For Wilkes-Rarre and intermediate points
at 7.45, 8.45. 9 38 and 1045 in. 12.05, L2a 2.38,
too. 5.10, 6.05, 9.15 and 11.88 p.m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton Station from
Carbondale aud intermediate points at 7 40,
1.40, 8.34 and 10.40 a.m.. 12(0. 1.17, 2.34, 3.40,
4.64, 5.65,7.45, 9.11 and 11.33 p-m.
From Honesdale. Waymart and Farview at
1.34 a.m.., 12,00, L17, 3.40, 5.55 and 7.45 p.m,
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc., at
154 and 1133 p.m.
From v ilkes-Barre and Intermediate points
st J 15, 8.01, Laos and 11 65 a.m 1 IS, 2,14. 3.J9,
.10, 6.08, 7.20, 8.03 and IL 18 p.m.
DELAWARE. LACKAWANNA AND
WESTERN RAILROAD.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for New York and an points East 1.40, 2.60,
6.15, 8.00 and 9.6o a. m.; 12 65 and 8.50 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 6.15, 8.00 and 9.65 a. m.; Uat
and 3.50 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 3.55 p. m,
Tobyhanna accommodation, 8.10 p. m.
Eipr.as for Blnghamton, Oswego, Elmlra,
Coming, Bath, Dansville, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10, 216 a. m. aod 1.24 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points m tha
West, Northwest and Southwest
Bath accommodation, la m.
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Mcuolaon accommodation, at 4 p. m. and
6,10 p. m.
Blnghamton and Elmlra Express, 605 p, m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
tjtica and RichSeld Springs, 2.15 a. m. and LM
p. m.
Ithaca, 2.16 and Bath 9 a m. and 134 p. ra.
For Northumberland.Pittaton, Wilkes-Barrs,
Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
William port Harrisburg, Baltimorsv Waatr
ingtoo and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate stations,
6 00. 9.55 a in, and I SO and 6.07 p. m.
Nanticoae ana intermediate stations, 8.08
and 11.20 a. m Plymouth and intermediate
stations, SAOand S.bl p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
express trains. . . . ,
For detailed information, pocket time tables,
etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket offloa,
828 Lackawannaavenue. or depot ticket oilloa.
ERIE AND WYOMING VALLEY RAIL
HOAX)
Trains leave Scranton for New York and In
termediate points on the Erie railroad at 0 O
a. m. and 8.24 p. in. Also for Honesdale.
Hawley and local points at 36. a. m.. and
8' All the above are through trains to and
ftum Honradale. .
An additional train leaves Borsnton for
Lake Ariel at 6.10 p.m. and arrives at Scran
ton from the Lake st 8 26 a m. and 7.45 1 p.m.
Trains leave for Wilkes-Barrs at 8.40 a. m.
and 8.41 p. nt,
8CRAMTON M1TI8ION.
la Elfeet June 84th, 1804.
North Bound.
WouMi Bound,
203 203 201
208,804 806
Stations
(Trains Dally, atJ Ij"2 fejl I
cept Sunday.) P g gff
Arrive Leavei
Ml
N. Y. Franklin st.
T 40
7 85
810
West 42nd street
weehawken
Arrive LeaveiA
ST Ml
8 20i 1 151
UuncocK JuncUun
6 001
816,
8 101 1 00
Hancock
Starlight
Preston Park
Como
Poyntelle
Belmont
Pleanaut nit,
I'nlondale
' Korset city
Carbondale '
White Bridge
Muylleld
Jermyn
Archibald
Wlnton
PeckvlUe
Olyphant
Dickson
Throop
Providence
Park Place
scranton
21
7M
12 56 ,
12 4M .
61H
625
8 39
64ii
845
6 56
2 22
7 61
7 4f.
2 31
12 40 A
241P M
7S8
12 251
IOIOi
2 5 4 50
T
12 181
10 01
2 68!
8 08
4 59
7 218 08j
605
60S
618
6 84
53;
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II 4W N
7 118 8 19
661
1181
915
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Old
(9 01
7 27f8 881
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fi 82,13 48
(6 42
6 41
1I23 9 01
7 Bl S SO
74rt 8 61
74S 864
64S
661
6 61
6 6
604
607
610
614
818
820
11 18' 8 6;
8.12
MllSi 854
29
8 26
60
7 49 W
11 071
II 051
8 44
7 521 4 04
754 40?
7 581 4 10
8 00) 4 14
8 Df4 17
8 0S 420
6 21
8 41
19
614
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10
11 03
11 IMl
8 39
8 38
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Leave Arrive!
l Mr
P M
AU trains run dally except 6unday.
t slgnllles that trains stop ou signal tor pia.
nfc6rs. ...
Seoure rates via Ontario Western before
purchasing tickets and save money. Day and
Wlbjjt Express to the West.
J. C. Anderson, Gen. Pass Agt
T. Flltcroft, Dlv. Pass, Agt. Scranton, Pa.
WC CAN OIVI VOU
SATISFACTION
Work you will need soon.
The Scranton Tribune Job Dept.
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AMUSEMENTS.
-THE
FItOTBINGHAM
Monday Evening. Sept. 24.
I'AIIE WEIjL TOUR.
The Celebrated Tragedians.
FREDERICK LOUIS
In a Suprb Scenic Production of
Shukespeare's Tragedy,
Julius Caesar
Mr, James, as Brutus. Sir. Warde, as Casiu
Mr. Lindsley, as Marc Antony,
Wr. Walker, as Julius Caesar.
Miss Chtpman, aa Calperuia. '
Miss Everett, as Portia.
Special Scenery. Orand Prodnctlon. Special
Costumes.
THE FOREM08T COMPANY IN AMERICA
Sale of seats and boxes commences Friday,
Sept. 21, at the Frothlngham box office, at the
following prices: 11.50, (1, 75c, and 50c.
THE FROTIIINGHAM
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 87,
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
THE LONDON SFORTS
BIG BURLESQUE CO,
30-PECPLE-30 I6-C0MEDIAHS-I6
w- DANCISCi LADIES.
if any brilliant stage beauties. New acts.
New songs. New costumeB. A strictly "up
to-date performance.
Box offlee open for sale ot seats Tuesday.
Regular prices of the house. '
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
ONE NIQBT ONLY.
MONDAY, SEPT. 24.
A NOTABLE SOCIAL EVENT.
The Distinguished and Brilliant Artiste,
Miss Marie Wainwriglt
in an Original Four-act Drama,
DAUGHTERS OF EVE
Presented by Her Superb Company. EanoV
somely Costumed and Exquisitely
Mounted.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES: 25,50,75,$!
Sale of seats Friday, Sept. 2L at9-a.m.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
ON'E NIGHT.
1 TUESDAY, SEPT. 25.
"YOUR OLD-TIME FRIEND,"
BARNEY FERGUSON
Tbis time In the BRAND NEW
VAUDEVILLE KARCE,
DUFFY'S BLUNDERS
AN ALL-STAR CAST.
STUNNING SPECIALTIES.
SPLENDID SCENIC EFFECTS,
.tncluding-TUK HOOK UAUJUKN,
New York's latest soinmer erase. The entire
firoduction nnder the maaanent of I. Wee
ey Rosenqueet, manager of the Bijou and'
Fourteenth Street theaters, New York City.
Sale of seats opens Saturday at the box office.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2ft,
ALL PLAYERS OP ARTISTIC MERIT.
PAULINE
Pauline Hall
Jeanoette St. Henry
Kate Davis
J AJdrtoh Llbbey
William Brodericfc
Charles Bradahaw
H. Downing Clark
Chas. Movers
HALL
OPERA
COMPANY
Kate Tray er and others.
Presenting for the first time here the new1
Operatic Comedy,
nnP P A Q By Harry PauLton, author of
UJB,jJa iEminie."and Ed, Paulton.
Elaborate Costumes, Bceaeryand Accessories.
Prioes First Boor, 91 and 75c; Balcony, Too.
and 50c. i Gallery, 25c Sale of seats opens at
the box office at B a.m. Monday, Sept 'U.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
' THURSDAY, SEPT. 27.
The Great Racing Drama,
The Great Brooklyn Handicap
STRONG CAST.
Thoroughbred Race Horses and Lady Bicycla
Riders.
A REPRODUCTION OF THE GREAT
BROOKLYN HANDICAP.
THE GKKAT RACE TRACK.
Showing the Judges, Grand Stand and Mul
titudes of People.
THE RACE TO THE FINISH,
One of the most realistic and exciting scenes
ever witnessed on any stage. .
Sale of seats opens at the bos offloa Tues
day, Sept. iia, at 8 a.m.
Davis' Theater.
WONDERLAND.
Week Commencing Monday, SEPT. 17a
Every afternoon and evening.
THE FAMOUS
WATSON SISTERS'
Extravaganza and Novelty Co,
ISeaded by the Peerless Lyrlo Artist,
IDA SIDDONS
Bright, Breezy, Buoyant.
Better Thau the Best Yet.
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS
Two Performances Dally at 3130 and MS pjn
CHAMPION
PIGEON SHOOT
WILL TAKE PLACE AT
Scranton Base Ball Park
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, AT 9 A.M.
There was neror a shoot of this kind in
Lai-ka wanna county, why not turn out bring
your friends even if yon do not shoot. Tell
your friends abont it. The winner of a medal
becomes the absolute owner. The following
are the prizes:
First prize, presented by Green Ridge Qun
club, $75 gold msjdal.
Second Prize, presented by Green Bldge
Gun club, $60 bammerleas gun.
Third prize, presented by Lumber dealer
of Scranton, $45 gold stop wsteh.
Fourth prize, presented by George W- Sella
ger, hand some gun caaa.
Flith prize, presented by E, R, Parker, split1
bamboo Ashing rod.
Sixth prize, presented by A. W. Jurish,
Remington rifle,
Seventh prize, Presented by George W. Fel
ton. hunting coat,
Eighth prize, presented by Alex Dunn, r
sportman a umbrella.
The rules are 21 yards rise, use of one bar
rel only and only iU ounce shot allowed, u ha
boundary will be the fence which encloses the
grounds. Each shooter will shoot at 25 live
pigeons. All ties to be shot off at five birds
each. An admission of a cents will be charg
ed, grand stand frae. The public is cardlaly
Invited. . .
There is at the present time 26 entries and
they are the crack wing shots of north east
ern Pennsylvania. We expect to have at
least 40 entries which will take over 1,0 m
pigeons to deoide the contest. Ws i bays re
ceived s number of entries from Wilkes-Barra
and Luzerne county. There will be no selling
out In this match, avery shooter will shoot the
shoot of his life. , .
There has been nothing In years that has at
tracted such attention as our coming shoot.
Take Providence or PeokvlUa oar from
Bcranton to ball park.
All entries will close Sept. 22.
Address all letters to
GREEN RIDGE GUN CLUB,
pox tee, SCRANTON, PA. '
HE