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THE SCI? ANTON TKIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER . 12, 1894.
Considerable redaction In wises will
be nude in the new seal whioh is to
govern the employes of the' Edgar
Thompson plant of the Carnegie Stael
gompany at Braddock. The scale which
expires at the end of this year, went
into force three years ago. Daring
that time many wage changes haw
been made in similar mills throuahout
the country. It will be necessary for
the Carnegie company to meet these
reductions in the new scale. The latter
is not tWng made on acsount of any
trouble among American steel rail man
nfaotnrers, nor because of any danger
of their losing South American
trade, as has been claimed. The Sonth
Amerioxn steel rail market is monopo
lized by German, Bulgian and a few
English manufacturers. The new Brad
dock BOHle has not yet been formulated.
The Carnegie company officials expect
to make only suoh reductions as are
necessary on account of competi
tion. No rednotion is to be made in
the steel rail mill business, besause the
rail manufacturers are all members of
a pool vhien sells rails at $ a ton.
The pooling agreement was entered
into the first of this year. It ends Deo.
Stand new deal will probably be
made at that time. A prominent
member of the Carnegie company is
authority for the statement that Am
erican rail manufacturers are well
satisfied with the pooling arrangement
It is also stated that whatever re
ductions are made in the Braddock
soale should. be attributed largely to
the Democratic tariff which has oaused
such general depression in the wages
of iron and steel workers. The Brad
dock soale will naturally share the de
pression. The anthracite coal trade shows
slightly improved tone, which the
Stockholder thinks is due to cooler
weather, which bus resulted in a bet
ter demand from consumers. The lo
cal movement from the retail and
wholesale yards to the coal bin is
larger now than ninny weeks past, and
several eases are known where retail
dealers have been compelled to seenre
additional carts to supply the demand.
Moat of the producing companies are
"standing up" to the May circular,
and consequently, are selling no coal,
but others are still cutting about
25 cents a ton; while individ
ual operators are said to be
doing vren wane. As all companies
have more or less old orders on their
books, shipments seem to be fairly ac
tive, especially of chestnut and stove,
but little new business is reported.
The opinion prevails that the market
from now on will be regulated by the
thermometer. So much Jeoal has been
sold abtad At low prices that the com
panies will reap little, immediate ad
vantage from their firmness in the
matter of prices and their determina
tion to: restrict production, whioh Is
being strictly observed, The output
in September was 8,100.000 tous.
According to the Lebanon News
Superintendent David Snyder, who has
taken charge of the Colebrook furnaces
for the Lackawanna Iron and Steel
company, is having the lining of No. 2
furnace removed, preparatory to re
placing it with a new one. The ca
pacity of the furnace will also be in
creased by strengthening lining and
raising the furnace from eighty to 100
feet bin b.' This will increase Its oa
pneity from seventy-five to 150 tons
daily. The stone stack will be torn
away and replaced with an iron one
and will be higher than the old
one. The hoisting machine will
be constructed of iron so as to
facilitate the handling of ore, coal and
stone. It is also contemplated to re
build fnrnaoe No. 1, at the proper time,
and to remove the engine and machin
ery of the two Cornwall anthracite
furnaces to Colebrook and to build No,
3 at that point. Colonel Hammond has
been requested to asoertain the cost of
the removal of the plant from Corn
wall and putting up another furnc,
whioh it is estimated will cost $150,
000. The gas roasters at Cornwall an
tbracite furnaces have been closed, but
those operated by coal still continue
roasting Cornwall ore for Scranton.
The Lehigh Valley employes in the
shops were given a complete surprise
Monday evening, when the whistle was
blown at 6 o'clock to quit work. The
men did not receive any previous
notice whatever and many did not
know the meaning of the order. They
asked the foreman to explain, but all
they eould tell was that it meant
"qnit." This gives the men but nine
hours of work a day. The men have
been working only four and five days a
week for some time.
The coal tonnage transported over
the Rendinv railrnarl rinrlni ih
ended October 6, aggregated 235,170
ions, a decrease, as compared with the
same week last year, of 82,851 tons.
For the year to date the tonnage
mounted to 10,059,095 tons, a decrease
ss compared the corresponding period
last year of 897,193 tons. .
. . An acre of irrnnnil tiu haan rnr-
chased of Geist, Eck & Egolf along
me rnuaaeipnia railroad, in the Sixth
ward of Pottstown, for the ereetlon of
a new machine anon. The nrnnrlatnra
will be Messrs. John R. Saylor and
tticnara stillman of Philadelphia, em
ployes of the Baldwin Locomotive
works. The new industry will be in
operation in a month.
Every one of the various Industries
at Royrrsford are now in oneration. At
Spring City all are running except the
paper mill and bloom works. The
Spring City Glass works started up
. . i . .
jeuveruay morning on iun lime.
The revival of business in the vloln
ity of Lebanon is shown by the resump
tion oi me ounoeam rnousmng com
pany, of Annville, whioh will start up
on Friday with 150 employes. The
The North Lebanon Shoe faotory has
applied for a charter and will soon be
gin operations with 200 hands.
Minob Industrial Notes: .
E. A White, general passenger agent of
the Mexican Central, has resigned.
The stockholders of the Cleveland, Chi
cago,. Cincinnati and 8t Louis, will hold
their annual meeting in Cincinnati Dot. 81.
Over 811000 tons of coal were sent down
the main lineof the Philadelphia and Ready
ing railioad from Palo Alto and Cressona
It is stated that ex-President Rhelnbart.
of the Santa Fe, has already been offered
the presidency of another Important rail
!. Next week President Roberts and party
will tart on their anneal Inspection of the
lines of the Pennsylvania system east and
west of Pittsburg.
In the week ended Oct. 8 the Big Four
handled nn its system a daily average of
6,170 loaded cars, making it the busiest
week of the last two years.
' The latest compiled statistics show that
in the world there are 400.416 miles of rail
way main line, and that 177,000 of this
mileage is in tne united states, or if per
The Biff Pour earned In teo'ember
tl.SUa.64iL a decrease aa compared with
prota earniugs of September, K93, of t A
756. An increase in -freight earnings, i
shown and a decrease in paseuger earn
The ea-nlnci of the Chiraoro. Milwaukee
and St. Paul road for the firt week in Oo
tober were 1067. SOL a decrease of 1104,604
compared with the corresponding week ot
There were received and forw arded at
Iudianapolis over the fifteen linns, in Sep
tember, a total ot 94,724 caia, 75,250 being
loaded, against a total in 8ontuiber, 1894,
ot 84,145, of which 66, (KM were loaded; in
crease tills year, 9,254.
In 189.! the Pennsylvania lines, at their
cltv freight dennts in Indianapolis, han
dled 62,2Li6,515 pound of frrlght, represent
ing 4.400 cars; in 1693 they handled 50,048,
890 pounds, representing 8,809 cars: In 1S94
51,210,085 pounds, representing 4,461 cars.
It is reported at Panama that Americans
have regained control of the Panama rail
road; that George J, Gould will be its new
president, and tbat Colonel Bives, the
present superintendent of the road, will
enter the service ot the canal company ss
' The contest for the presidency of the
Philadelphia and Heading is becoming
quite sharp. Isaac L. Rice, who some
months ago announced himself as a candi
date, claims his chances are good, while the
friends of John W'anamaker are making an
active canvass for the latter.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
Stooka and Bond.
New York. Oct 11. London was re
sponsible for the strong opening at local
stock exchange this morning, the foreign
ers having turned purchasers of Louisville
and Nashvlllo, St Paul aud others ot their
favorites. This led to a rise of i to 1 per
cent. American Sugar, Louisville and
Nashville, bt. Paul, Manhattan and Mis
souri Pacific were all prominent in this
time. The lmprovoment was followed
by a filling movement in the Gran
gers, General Electric, Manhattan
and the Cordage stocks. The pres
sure resulted in a decline of to
CoJK in St. Paul, 14 to 88 in Rock Island
and to 71 in Burlington and Qnincy.
General Electric was sold down to by
a well known trader, Manhattan was
forced down 184 to 113 but closed at 112.
in tee loruage stocks continued early in
the day, and the common fell to 10 and
the prel erred to 19. Toward the close a
firmer tine prevailed, owing to the some
what weaker condition of sterling ex
change. Ihe Improvements was pro
nounced in bugar, Liouisvuie and Nash
ville, sending, the Grangers and Missouri
Pacific. The loan crowd iudicates that the
market is again heavily over sold, St. Paul
having commanded a premium ot 128 per
cent, per diem. At the close speculation
left off firm.'
Net changes show a gain of to 1 per
cent, liouisvuie una rtasnvuie leading.
Burlington and Qnincy, General Elecrric,
Western Union, Manhattan and State Gas,
however, declined to per cent.
United States cord gained hi uor ceni. To
tal sales were 151,086 shares. Business
was better distributed tuan for some time
past, Sugar having figured for only 34,000
snares against an aver are or over 7U.uuo
shares for tbe past three days.
The range of today's dncm for the an.
tive Blocks of the New York stock market are
given below. '1 be quotations are furnished
THE thiucne by It, du B. Dimmlck, maua-gi-r
of William Linn Allen ft Co., stock brok
ers, 412 Spruce street, Scranton:
Am. Cot. OU 31
Am (Sugar. K3f
Can. Ho. Snag
Chespoake Ohio... 18&
Chic -N. W.
C, B. ts Q
C, C.C. ft 8t. L...,
C. M. ftSU Paul....
Cbicago.R. I. ft Pac.
D. ie a..,
D L. ft W
a. E. Co
Ills. Cent ,
Nat. Cordage 1H
Nat l.ee.1 59
New Jersey Cent. .11
N. Y. Central
N. T. ft N. E.
N. Y., L. E. ft W..
N. Y..H. ft W
N. Y., 8. ft W, pr,
North fao. pr
. or w
Phil. & Readini..... U
Rich ft W. P V
Texas Pac 9L
Union Pacific 12H
W abash pr 14
Western Union. tb
R. M ....
B. H. ft 20'i
A, m. i. ,
CHICAGO BOARD OP TRADE PRICE8.
Open- High- Low. Clos
ing, est. esc Ing.
May 5X tS Sf
Dec rvitj 5;U Mli !:'!
Oct 5tI 60Jji W&
May mis RW 1KM ZVt
Dec mi 19:i(i auvl aw
Oct asji sis its
May &W 40U 40
Dec. 4X4 -18 (5 471
Oct 60,4 UJii 49iH iV
Jan 1 4IJ 7 40 ? ai 7 40
Oct 7UU 760 755 755
Jbh 12 77 12 en 12 or. 12 77
Oct 12 12 95 12 90 12 U5
New York Proauos Market,
New York, Oct. 11. FLOOB-Weak,
Whkat Fairly active, firmer. No. 2
red. store and elevator, 55o. for old, 5nc
for new. afloat. 5CJic: February. BSko.
for old, 67''c. for new; ungraded, 50a67c;
No, 1 northeastern. 65c. Options were
fairly active and ac. lower on local
liquidation; weak west ana easier cables,
December going He below present record:
December and May most aotive. Sales in
cluded JSo. m red November at 55tjo.; De
cember, &6ka57c: Hay. 610.
COHN Dull, lower with options, closing
nrm; no. , ouc; elevator, ooxo. anont;
options were auu ana weaK at Xao.
aeoune iouowing tne west ana longs rea
lizing. December most active; November,
Sojc.: December. 53 Wc.: May. 53o.
Oats Fairly active, lower; options dnll:
weaker; October, Sljfc; November, 82?o.j
December, 83Jfc.; May, 80a; No. 8 white,
October. 85Vc.: November. 8Cc: BDot url-
ces-No. 2, 81a32c; No. 2 white. S5a
8Cc. No. 2 Chicago, 82a33c.; No. 8, 81c ;
No. 8 white, 85c.; mixed western, 82a33c;
n uivauu., ixunwi, wuiutiMiek euaw.
' Beef hams Inactive.
Lard Quiet, steady: western steam.
tS.OO; city, t73.8a7.13: Oct.. tS.00: Jan.
$7.80; refined, dnll; continental, 13.40a
8.70; compound. 61Va63V.
Pork Fair demand; firm; mess, 114,75
bip.ou: extra prime, si.
Butter Fancy, better demand, steady;
state dairy, 14aS3c; do. creamery, 18a24c;
Pennsylvania do.. 18a24o.: western dairv.
13al6c; do. creamery, I5a24c.; do. fac
tory, lzaioo; eigins, 4ac; imitation cream
ery, 14al8Wc: June creamery. 18a32o.
Cbeess Qo let, easy; state large,8al0&;
do. fancy white, 10el0j do. fancy
white. lOValOK: do colored. 10V: do.
small, 8 Hallo.; past skims,' 4a8o.; full
Koee Moderate, choice, steady: state
and Pennsylvania, 19a22o.; ice boose, 15a
flc.j western freah, 17al9c ; do. per case
a.86a.425; limed, 10tfc.
Philadelphia Tallow Karket.
PnrLiDsxpRiA, Oct. 11. Tallow Is dnll
anu wear, we quote: city, prime, in
hogsheads, country, prime, in
imrreis, vie; country aaric, in barrels,
VI. i vnaoe, uu; urease, sc.
The world is always interested In the
enre of consumption; yet its prevention is
oi iar more importance, ur. wood's Nor
way Pine Syruo is guaranteed to enra
coughs and colds. Sold by all dealers on a
guarantee oi satisiaotion. ,
It will contain
some of the bright
est features ever
put into a Scranton
The Best Industrial Column.
The Best Market Reports.
The Best Dramatic Column.
The Bast Musical Columa.
The Best Society Column.
The M Fashion Notes,
The Best Notes on Hygiene.
The Best Compendium of Sports.
The Best Household Hints.
The Best Religious Department.
The Best Told Local News.
The Best Told Telegraphic News.
The Best Selection of Miscellany.
The Bast London Letter.
The Best Editorials; in short the
Let us name to
you briefly some of
the special articles
that are to be in Sat
urday s Tribune:
Miss Kaiser will
have another charm.
ing letter, narrating
a most pathetic inci
dent during one of
her concerts in
Wales; Physical Di
rector Weston will
contribute a column
article on Sandow,
wonderful feats in
this city last week
astonished the entire
will be an interest
ing scientific article
by Professor Martin
Joyce putting astro
nomical truths in a
clear light; the ap
palling ' revelations
of the Lexow com
mittee in. New York
will be summarized
in a manner not pre
viously realized; and
the quantity of poe
try, humor and mis
tion will be largely
increased. You can
not afford to miss it.
TWELYE PAGES-TWO CENTS
Ei Robinson's Sons'
Manufacturers of the Celebrate!
100,000 Bbfc Per Annum,
KINIKQ, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured t the Wapwallopcn Mill L
lerne county Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming; District,
Ii8 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa,
third Kitlooal Bank Bulldin
THOS. FORD, Plttst.m, Ta.
JOHN B BMITH A SON: Plvmontb. Pa,
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkee-fiarra. Pa.
Agents for tbe Hupaane Chemical Conv
Ban? 's High Exulouve.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & COHNELLCO.
DRITER BHOR CO.. Inc'p. Cspltal, 11,800,000.
BEST Cl.fiO HUOE IN THE WOULD,
"A dollar tared it a dollar tarnid." ,
ThliLuilna'Holiil French Dongola Kid Bob
ton Boot delivered free any whrre In the U.S., on
rtoeiAorvun, iiouoy uratr,
or Paital Note for (1.50.
Kmialn every way the boon
old In ell retail aloree for
i.W. We make this boot
ourielvet, therefore we guar
antet ihtl, ttult and wear,
and If any one ie not eauafled
we will refund the money
or tend another pair. Opera
roe or common eenae,
wldtbl f, JV , KK.
lira l to B and naif
ilzea. Stnd your list;
viii ill you.
Dexter Shoe Co
I BOSTON. MASS.
Special termt fe iHaier:
We Linn Allen & Co,
Boy tad sell S'ock,Bands sad Grain
on New York Ezohaoges and Clileag
Board of Trade, either for cash or on
412 Spruce Street.
tSTLooal Stocks a Specialty.
a M GIMMICK, Kansp,
Vbal of the beat quality for domestic nse.ana'
f all elzee, delivered in any part oi the oil)
at loweet price.
Orders left at my office,
NO. 118, WYOMING ATKNTJE,
Bear room, 11 rat floor, Third National Bank,
ar sent by mail or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention,
Special contract will be made for the sail
na delivery of buckwheat Coal
WM. T. SMITH.
Maloney Oil and .
. Manufactur'g Co,
111 TO 161 MERIDIAN ST.
- - -euraatUVtiUW-'
DR. O. LDGAK LlKAN has removed toSlg
btjrucu btrtML runtuu. la. (aunt nn.
1 H. A. J. CONNtLL, Ottico lail Waahuigton
J- avenue, corner Spruce street, over
irauckee drug tture. Kusideuoe, Tii Vine ab
OUioo hours: Itl.iJU to 12 a. m, and S toi and
t.JU to 7.au p. m. Buiiduy, 8 to opnL
nH. W. ii. ALLKN. Ofnce cor. Lack
r, . .1 llr..,.: . . T
uu auu nwuiuKiDoaTtn., over uwa.
ard ahoe etore; ollice houra, 1U to 13 a. m. and
Wasliii.Bton i ve.
w p. ui.: eveuiu aa ruuueuck ei a.
IkikCL. FKLlf, Practico liiailod to Ui
XJ euees ot the Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat;
ufllco, La Wyoming ave. Koaidonce, Vine
i UATES. U'o WaahiiiKtoa Avonuj.
U OlUee hours, S to S a.m.. l.'M to ii aud t
to 8 p.m. KoHideuceUiit) Madison avunue
JOHN L. WE.NfZ, M. U., Officiw 62 and SI
Commonwealth building: roaidenoe 711
lladieonavo; ofllce hours. 10 to 12, i to i, I to
8; Sundays 2.30 to 1 evenings at residence. A
epecialty made ot direaaos of the eye, ear, nose
aud throat and gynecology.
H.KAY, !iuo Penn Ave. ; 1 to 3 p.m ; call
Dm.of women, obstetrics aud dis. of chiL
LA YE IIS.
JM. C. RANCH'S Luw aud Collection of.
. Bee, No. 817 Buruce St.. onnosite Forest
House. Scranton, Pa,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
ents in every county.
JkbSUl S HAiSU, Attorneys and Counsol
lors at Law, Commonwealth building,
Washington ave. V. H. Jeshup,
Horace E. Hano,
W. H. Jessup, Jr.
W1LLARD. WARREN & KNAPP, AtVr
neys and Counaelors at Law, Republican
bnlldinir, Washington ave.. Scranton, Pa.
1ATTtH80N & Vv'ltiC'OX, Attorneys au'i
Counsellors at Law; otUces tf aud 8 Library
Lmlding, buranton, Pa.
ROSWELL H. PATTSRSOa,
William A. Wilcox.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
torneys aud Counsellors, Commonwealth
building. Rooms IB, M and ii,
F. BOYLE, At1ornev at-Law,No9.l9 and
20, Burr building, WashiiiKtonaveuue.
ENRY M. SEELY -Law offlcee in Price
building, I'M Washington avenue.
PRANK T. OKtLL, Attorney at Law. Room
I 6, Coal Exchange. Scranton, Pa.
MILTON W. LOWHY, I Att'ys, SK7 WaRhing
C. H. VON STORCH, ( ton av C. H. squaro.
1 AMES W. OAKKORD, Attorney at Law,
O rooms 63, 64 and 65, Commonwealth b'l'g.
SAMUEL W. EDUaR, Attorney at Law.
Office, 817 Spruce St., Scranton, Pa.
T A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, 423
Xj, Lackawanna aue., Scranton. Pa.
I) P. hUITH, Cooi-ollor at Law. Offlco,
I rooms 51, 55, (St) C'cmimonwealtli building.
It. PITCHER, Attorney at Law, Com
mor wealth builaing, Snranton, Pa.
C. COMKGYS, 321 Spruce Ht.
B. KEPLOULE. Attorney Loans nezo-
tiatnd on real estate socurity.408 Spruce.
F. KILL AM, Attornevat-Law. 12U Wy
oming a vmw, Scranton.
C'CHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA Scran
O ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls for college
or business: tuorougmy trams voung cnuuren.
Catalogue at reuuoat Oi ens September 10.
Rev. TnoMAs M. Canx
Walter H. Buki.l.
.f IBS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
X'l and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupils
received at all tunes, text term will open
TYR. WILLIAM A. TAFT SPECIALTY
XJ in porcelain, crown, unu bridge work,
uuontotnreapia. Ufflco lui Xsorth vvasbliig.
P C. LATJBACH, burgeon Dentist, No. 115
v . wyoniing ave.
R. M. r'i 'ATToX. nWc Cnal Fx-h"n"
THE REPUBLIC Savines and Loan Asso-
X ciation will loan ou rn ney on easier terms
ana pay you oetter on luvestment tnan any
otner association, (.all on a, n. ual,1jK.;n
PER. Dime Rank- linildlnir
f R. CLARK ft CO.. bceilsmen. Florists
VJ. and Nurserymen; store 148 Washington
avenue; green house,!) Kortn Main aveuue;
BRAND UNION 1 EA CO.. Jonee Bros.
1VII1K t( UK NR.
JOS. KUETTEL, 5i5 Lackawanna avonu
Scranton, Pa., mannfr of Wire Screens.
HOI KI.S AMI ltTAi;rANT4.
1M1E ILK CAFE, 125 and IT, Franklin ave-
L nue. nates reasonable.
P. Zieoler, Proprietor.
LbidilbTER HO I EL.
W. O. SCHENCK. Mannirep
Sixteenth street, one block east ot Broadway,
ui uuiou pquare, new lora.
Arnerli an plHii, 1.50 per day and upward,
OCRANTON HOUSE, near D., L. & W. pas
O lenger depot Conducted on the European
A ItC II IT KITS.
irniaviivsrnljrii Ai.i,...- u
to ana -n i ommouw nn u la g, scranton
L. WALTER, Architect. Office, tear of
ii, un waBmn rton avenue.
L. BROWN. Arh R Architect, Price
builaing, ia) v ashington Ave.,Scrantun.
SI IS ki.i.A l'n:s.
BAUF.R'8 ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dinira ami concert work furnished. For tnrm.
address R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over nuioen s music more.
ORTON D. 8WART3 WHOLESALE
lumber, I'rios nuiming, scranton. Pa.
H 1 LOAROEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
1V1 siinuliea. envelonea, nuner- ham. twim
Warehouse, lo0 Washington ave., Scranton,
WhS,.S AND CARRIAtiM FOH SALE
at l.'UJ Capousa svenuo.
u. I. ri)UTi, Agent
tTraNK P. BROWN ft CoT"wiiOLK
J sale dealers in Woodware, Cordage and
Vli Cloth; i-V w. uickawauna avenue.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF R J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Antbraclte coal used exclusively, insuring
Cleanliness ana comrort.
TIME TA11LB IN KTFECT MAT 20, ISO I.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, Wilkes.
Farre, etc., at 8.2(1, V.I&, 11.30 a. m., 12.5a 2.0 X
8..U, .011, 7.2-1, 11.05 p. m. Sundays, S.U0 a. ul.
l.UI, X.1.1, l.iU p. 111.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a, rn.
For New York, Newark and Ellznbith. g.2J
(express) a. m 12.50 (expross with Buffet
parlor car), 8.80 (express.) p, m. Sunday, Z.U
Fon MAncn CnrNK, Allsstown, Bethls.
nr.M, r.ASTim sua i'hii.apki.phia, h.'jo r, nu
1160. 3.,H0. 5.00 (exoept Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday. 2.15 P. m. .
For l.o no BiiAifcR, Ooeas Grove, eta, at
R'.fl a. ra., lirxip. m.
For Heading. Lobanon and Harrlsbnrir, via
Aiientown, s.a a, m., ix.m, o.uu, p.m. Sunday,
K.in p. m.
For Pottsvllle. 8.31 a. m.. 12.50 n. m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Liberty
mreet, ortn river, at iuu (express) a. m.,
1.10, 1.30, 4.iti (expross with Buffet parlor car)
p. m. rinnuay, a. in,
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal, 9.0)
a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday, 8.27 a. to.
Through tickets to all Points at lowest rate
may be had ou application In advanoe to the
ticket agent at tne station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
Gun. Pass. Agenfc
J. H. OLHATJSEN.
There is no use
in staying be
hind when all
the world is pushing ahead.
"Progress" is the motto
The Scranton Tribune
' Dep ' '
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
FRIDAY, OCT. Ii
DE MILLE AND BELASCO1
.TNDER THE DIRECTION 09
:iTERP3ETED BY A FiRST-C LftSS COm
Rftln nf fiflai. will nnon at tfiA hM
Wednesday, Oct. Ill, at 9 a. in.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
UJNE rutiliT. ONLY,
MONDAY, OCT. 15.
Aa ustus Pitou's Grand Scenic Drama,
THE POWER OF THE PBESS
A story of fine Dramatic worth, A com
pany of acknowledged alillitv.
The Athletic Club,
Th., Vhln V.nl
:tn i vi ,lt l-
The Dock Scene.
The Ship .Mary Vale.
The Warden's Office,
1,0 ni hts in New York CMv. Knln nf Roata
Ojiens Friday, Oct. Ii.'.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
UJNE JN1UUT ONLY,
TUESDAY, OCTOJiiat JO.
6tli Con?ecntive Season ELMER E. VANCE'S
original Kiulroad Comedy Draiuu,
Vl) to date with the wonderful Ht'.ATRlnE.
Crowded with Excitinglncideiits. Oversow
ing with Surprises. Bristliug over with Mer
riment. The Flight of the Limited Mail."
The Thrilling Wreck Scene. The Awo Inspir
ing El. etiical Effects. The Saw Mill Scene.
Sale ot seals opens Saturday, Oct. 13.
MAY M. ln4
Train lAAVAa fim.nlnn DVilla J.Vkt. ..1
New Yoi'k via. D. IB RB ,1! ir, m vi
J.88 and 11.88 p. m. via D, L. 4 W. R. R tl.OH
8,08, 11.D0 a. m., and 1.30 p. m.
ive ecranion lor riltston and wilges
Barre via D.. L. A W n. u s oil Run n
a. m , l.UU, a&0. tt.07. 8.30 p. m.
L,eave scranton ror Whito Haven, Haalcton,
Fottsville and alt points on the Beaver
Meadow and Pottovilfo branches, via E. & W.
V.. 8 40.m.,vla D. St H.R.R. at 7.l5a.m, Uot,
fl, ' u P-"1- Tia D ' L- W. R, R, 4.00, B.0S,
11.20 a.m., 1.30, a.iO p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bothlohem, Easton.
Reading, Harrlsburg and all intermediate
aoints via D.& H.K.B. 7.45 a m.,12.0i, .3i, 11.84
p.m., via D L. A W. R. R.,e.00,6.08, ilSO a. m.,
Louve Scranton for Tunkhannock, Towanl i,
Elmit a, Ithaca, Geneva and all IntermedUte
pointa via D. & H, H R..B.16 a.m.,liOj and 11.3s
p. m,.vi i D. L. & W. K. R 8.04 ain.,l;)0 p. ra.
Leav - Scranton for Koohestor, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all polnti
west via U. U. H. R. Mo a.m.,li!.03,9.15.11.M
p. m , via D. L. & W. R. IL and Pittston
lunotlpn, &08 a.m, 1J0, 8.5J p. m., via E. & W.
R.K.. a.' p. m.
For EUnlra and tho west via Salamaoai. vU
r. A H. B. R. f.4.r a.m., l0j,ti.0o p. m . via D.
LAW. KMC, ,8 06 a.m., 1..0 and rt-W p. m.
Pnilman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
ears on all trains between L. & B. Junction or
Wilkes-Barro and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffulo and Snspenslon Bridge.
KOLL1N a. W1LBU1I, Qon. Sapb
TTtAS S. LKE. (ln. P. A'L PliiLik.P.l.
A.W.NnNNEMACHER.Aas-t Qjn.Pass. Ag t,
bouta sotnienem, fa,
TtELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
U W liSTEKN RAILROAD.
Trains leave Scranton aa follows! Express
for New York aud au points Enst 1.40, ii.50,
6. U , 8 Ui and .0o a. m.; 12 to and 3.50 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadelphia
and the South, 6.1&, 8.00 and .W a. m.; U6
and 3 Ul p. m.
wasnington anu way siaiions, a.oo p. m,
Tobyhanna accommodation, 0.10 p. m.
Ezpr ss for Binghamton, Oswego, Elmlra,
Corning, Bath, Dansvillo, Mount Morris ana
Buffalo, 12.10, 215 a. ra. and 1 24 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points In to
West, Northwest and Southwest.
Ba.h accommodation, t a. m.
Uingliamton and way stations, 12.37 p. ra,
iN icuulaon accommodation, at 4 p. m. and
t t m.
Btngbamton and Elmlra Express, 605 p, ra.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Onweg
Ctlca and Richfleld Springs, Xla a, m. and IM
ltliKca. 2.15 and Bath 9 a. m. and 2l p. ra.
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wtlkes-Barra,
Plymouth, Uloomsburg and Danville, making
close connections at Northumberland for
Willinmsport, Uarrisburg, Baltimore, Wash
ington and the South.
Nortnumberland und Intermediate stations,
e.Oil, V 6.1 a. m. and 1.30 and 6-07 p. m.
Nanticoe ana intermediate station!, 8.08
and 11 ai a, m Plymouth and lntormediat
stations, SJWand 8.5: p. m. ,
Pullman parlor and Bleeping coachoa on all
xp'esa trains. . ,
For detailed information, pockottlm i tobies,
etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, oity ticket olBee,
Ula Lackawaunaavenue, or depot ticket ollioo.
ERIE AND WYOMIN3 VALLEY RAIL
Trains leave Scranton for New York and In
termediate points ou the Erie railroad at 0.31
a. ui. and p. m. Also for Honesdnle,
Hawley and local points at &3S, 9,46 a. m , und
a:i i he rIkiv are through trains to and
from U need ale.
An additional train leaves Sorantnn for
Lnke Ariel at. ft. 10 p.m. and arrives at Scran
ton from the Lako at 7.4 p.m.
Trains leave for Wllkea-Barro at 8.40 a. ra.
and 9.41 p. in.
In Effect Sept. ICtli, 1804.'
North Hound. South Hound.
205 203 !i01 Wl 04 200
-Sift?! Btati0M -3 1 1 -a 1
SIS Sfi I (TralnnDnily. & & 8 S
h -a j Except Sunday) J 5 Q 1-1
P M Arrive Leave A M
.... 72i.. . N Y FrnnkliuSl .... 740 ....
.... 710.... West 4-'iid SI .... 7&r ....
.... 700 .... Weehawken .... 810
r M p M Arrive Leave AMP M ....
81 lift .... Hancock June. 00 !IO.- ....
810 109.... Hancock 000 8 11 ....
7S8 14 Ml .... SlarliRlit 6 IS 8SJ ....
7S1 1440 .... Preston Park 6 3: 831 ....
74ft !'.'40 .... Como 6 34 841 ....
73H 14 .... Povntelle) 84H USD ....
733 14 18 .... Belmont 04' 4.W ....
7S4 IV 0 .... Pleasant Mr, O.V, son ....
T lt fll.Mt ... Uniomlaln fO ,S 300 ....
7 08 11 49A m FoinetCity 710 8 10 p H
8.M 1181 Sl.-i t'nrliondnl'e 741 331 531
0 4H fllOO 14 White Bridge 74T f3,'ls 537
f (I 41 . ..ftfOil May Held f7 84 f 4:1 f.1 44
41 11 HI 0 03 Jermvn 731 8 4ft 8 45
0ari II 18 8 ft? Archibald 7 in 3 51 551
03-4 flllft 8 SI Winton 7 41 8M 5M
6 40 1111 8ft0 1'eckvilla 74S 8 50 5ft
0 43 11 07 8 41 Olrplmnt 754 401 801
0 41 110ft 8 41 liickson 7M 4 07 6 07
610 1103 8:t0 Throop 7 Ml 410 610
814 11 00 8i Providenco 8 (XI 4 14 014
M 13 fimr H33 Park Place B04f41"81
610 10 55 8 30 Hcranton 80.' 4 40 6 40
r M A M A MlLeave ArrlvelA M p M P a
All trains run dally except Sunday,
f. signifies that trains stop on signal for pas
sengers. Secure rote via Ontario & Western before
purcliHsing tickets and save money. Day and
Night Express to the West.
J. C. Anderson, Qen. Pass. AgU
T. Flitcroft, Dlv, Pass. Agt Scrautou, Pa,
Ladles Who Value
A refined complexion must nse Pozxonl'a PovH
der. It produces a soft and beautiful skin,
SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT,
UNDER THE DIRECTION OP
Mr. Gnstaye Frohman,
400 NIGHTS IN LONDON
100 NIGHTS IN NEW YORK
' " MERRIMENT,
Bale of Boats Thursday morning.
For the Benefit of the
Under the Manngemont of the follow
MUS. II. J. ANDERSON
M Its. W. T. SMITH,
MRS. CHARLES M'MTJLLEX,
MRS. K S. MOFFAT.
MRS. IL AV. KIXGSBURY,
M RS. N. O. ROBERTSON,
MRS. W. M. DICKSON,
MRS. G. M. HALLSTEAD,
MRS. L. S. OAUFORD,
MISS JERMYN and
MISS SUSAN JERMYN.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
The Beautiful Irish Comedy,
An Idyllic Picture of Life In Ern-
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS
Two Performances Daily at i 80 and 8.15 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, "Enemies
for Life;" Thursday, Fiiday and Saturday,
Vivian De Monto Superb Vaudeville Co.
With Steel Rod
The Finest In the City,
Tba latest Improved fur
nishing! and apparatus for
kaaplngmaat, butter and eggs.
SS Wyoming Ave.
European Plan. First-class Bar attuned.
Depot for Bergner Engel's Tannbasuoef
IE Col 15th indFilhertuti, Pitt
Most desirable for residents of N.E. Pons'
ylvanla. All conveniences for traveler
. to and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Street station. U
in-able for visiting Serantonlana aad po
tte in the Anthraalto Hegtoa,
T. J. VICTORY,
DELAWARE AND HUD.
SON RAILROAD. .
3U, all trains will arrive and
depart from the new Lack
awanna avenue station as
Trains will leave Beraiw
ton station for Carbondal
and Intermediate pelnts at
040 R1R 9m o Q: . J .an.
s.m. 18.00, 2.2ft, &6S, 4.16, il5, 7.A 10 an!
For Farview, Way mart and Honesdale at
r.00. 8.25 and 10.10 a-m., 12.00,2.20 and 5.15 pm.
For Albany, Saratoga, the Adlrondaeksand
Montreal at 6.45 am. and 3,21) p.m.
For Wilkes-Bar re and Intermediate pointa
at 7 45, lis. 9.88 and 1046 a m, U06, VU, tM,
IU0. 6.10, 6.05, ftl6 and 1I.SH p7m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton Station Imm
( arboiidale and intermediate points at 7 i
1.40, (.84 and W.40 a.m., 18C0, 1.17, 134, &4U,
164, 5.65, 7.45, till and 11.88 p.m.
From Bonesdale. Waymart and ParTiew at
1.34 a.m.., 100, 1 17, 8.40. 654 and 7 44 p.m,
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, eta, at
164 and 11.118 p.m.
From " llkes-Barre and intermediate pointa
at lit. 8.04, 10.06 and 11 66 am., 1 id, S, 14, Js
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