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HOW THEY VIEW
THE NEW MOVE
OPINION Or OPERATORS AND
Company Superintendents Declare
the Talk of a General Coal Strlko
la Simply Meant to Serve no a
Something to Buoy Tip tho Spirits
of the Strikern The Mlncta Look
Upon It as tho First Stop Townrdo
n Blow at tho Operator Which
Will Bring Thcui to Terms,
When tho first dispatches came yes
lerduy untiouiiolnfj Umt a Joint canton
lion or miners was to be hold lo pass
upon thu question nf calling out the soft
toiil men, thu niierators' reiirepcnluUvfs,
liore, viewed It nolcly an a Inot desperate
effort of tho Mine Workers' leadem to
strike an effective blow.
When Iho later dispatches came with
tho iibwb that tho convention was fixed!
for a month hence, the company's men
underwent a sudden and decided change
of view. The fact that the date of the
convention wan set no far In the future
was Inlorptetcd to mean that the movo
is nothing more than an effort to buoy
up'the spirits of the strikers by giving
them something to look forward to.
One superintendent said:
"At firm t thought It meant that as
Miratioes had been received from the
soft coal legions that enough votes
could bo mustered to declare for a gen
oral strike. When, however, the wold
came that the convention Is not to be
licit! until July 17, It was made very
plalri, to my way of thinking, that such
assurances weio wanting, and that the
call was nothing more or less than a
move to discourage the operators and
encourage tho strikers. The Mine
Workers' leaders, you know, cannot re
main Idle. Tlrey must be doing some
thing aggressive, or the rank and (He
will lose heart. This call for a joint
convention Is simply one of any num
ber of things they might be expected to
do to give the strikers' heurt. 1 do not
believe the soft coal men will agree to
violate their contracts to join In a strike
which they will realize, a month hence.
If they do not now, Is a hopeless
VIEWS 01-' STRIKERS.
Opinions expressed by other company
rcpie.sentatlves were substantially along
the same line of thought. District
President Nicholls was out of thu city
yesterday and bis views of the mean
ing and effect of the new call could not
be ascertained. Strikers who were heard
discussing the matter were of the opin
ion that the move was one which could
not help but be a long stride towards
success. The anthracite supply, tney
claim, is about exhausted and the bit
uminous supply would be depleted in a
very short time after a cessation of
work as the big demands on the soft
coal mines lias resulted In a condition
whore the coal is now, practically, be
ing shoveled out of the mine into the
fire. AVI th nV coal in the market there
would be- a total paralysis of Industry
and as a jesult of this the operators
would be subjected to a pressure that
would compel them to make such con
cessions as would end the strike.
According to the claims of the oper
ators there were no accessions to the
ranks of the strikers, yesterday, as a
result of the latest call from the mine
Assistant Superintendent Tobey. of
tho Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
company said, yesterday, that his com
pany has not lost a man as a conse
quence of the call. On the other hand,
lie says, the company has had more
applications for reinstatement from old
employees during the past two days
than during any two days since the
District President Nichols went to
Philadelphia, yesterday, to confer with
tho national officers of the Carpenters
Urotherhood with a view of having
them use their influence to bring out
the mine carpenters who refuse to re
spond to the strike order.
OX THE "UNFAIR" LIST.
Yesterday was the last day accorded
the men still at work about the mines
to escape tho "unfair" list, Any man
remaining at work today in any posi
tion about the mines, except such as
have been granted an eight-hour day,
will have their names printed on a list
and posted In conspieuqus places
throughout tho entire district.
Soft coal is being used here more ex
tensively every day. In, the central
city Its black smoke and oily smell Is
constantly In evidence. Nearly all the
big industries are using it wholly or in
part as their fuel and the railroads are
resorting to Its use on freight and
switching engines as a means of economizing-
on hard coal.
The big sheet-steel stack of the
furnace loom at the Cliff works be
comes so heated from the 'flames of
the soft coal that It is a luminous red
at night time and presents a pretty
t'lght. The btrong draft used In the
furnace cause the blaze from the oily
coal to mount to the very top of tho
Antlno Wnzzo, of Dunmore, a strik
ing mine woiker, was arrested yester
day at tho Instance of John Flannghnn
for rioting and acting in a disorderly
manner. At a hearing before Magis
trate Millar, Flanaghau positively iden
tified Wnzzo as one of the men who
chased him nlong the Erie tracks Into
Tetercburg last week and then put a
ropo around his neck preparatory to
lynching him. Magistrate Millar held
Wazzo under $1,000 ball for rioting and
lined him ?20 on tho charge of dlsordei
There was a quite general resumption
of wushcrles yesterday, Tho Mt,
rieasant washery of the Ontario &
.Western company wus worked for the
first tlmo since 'the 3trlke began and
the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western,
.Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured
and Pernnp3 a life Saved.
"A short time ago I was taken with
n violent attack of diarrhoea and beJ
lleve I would have died If I had not
gotten relief," says John J, Patton, a
leading citizen of Patton, Ala, "A friend
recommended Chainberlaln'a Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Homcdy, I
Jjought a twenly-flve cent bottle and
nfter taking three doses of it was en
tirely cured. I consider it tho best
remedy In tho world for bowel com
plaints." Thla remedy la certain to be
needed n almost ovory home bofore the
cummer is over, it can always be de
pended upon, vn lu Hit most severe
and dangerous caic. It Ii especially
valuable for summer diarrhoea tu chil
dren It ik pleasant tp take, never falls
tu give prompt roller. Why not buy it
jiow and bo prepared for such an eraex
pciic"7 l''or oalo by all drugtjlsts,
GREEN or BLACK
There is a broad dis
tinction between machine
made Ceylon tea and other
varieties. The former is
pure and economical. The
others are well, try them
and see how broad the
A8K YOUR GROCER FOR
Sold illy In Laid Faaketi.
50c, 60c and 70c Per Pound,
Krle and Delaware & Hudson till oper
ated washerles that had been closed
down for some time.
Semi-Annual Meeting of the Wyom
ing1 and. Lackawanna Valley
The Wyoming and Lackawanna Val
ley Freight association met at Hotel
Jermyn yesterday In their semi-annual
meeting and discussed several import
ant matters pertaining to their branch
of railroad service. Dinner was after
wards enjoyed. The following were in
General Freight Agent T. H. Koons,
E. M. Snyder, W. E. Thayer, of the
Central Railroad of New Jersey; J. C.
Moffat, Erie railroad; Frank Smith, W.
M. TIel and J. E. Welsh, of tho Now
York, Ontario and Western Railroad;
A. U. Wallace and J. B. Keefe. of tho
Lackawanna Railroad; E. W. Drinker
and T. D. Yost, of the Lehigh Valley
railroad; W. G. Liddle. of the Dela
ware and Hudson railroad, and H. J.
Schaffer, of the Pennsylvania railrad.
The following officers were elected for
the coming year: President, T. B.
Coons; chairman, W. J. Mullen; secre
tary, W. E. Thayer.
Car Service Association.
The Northeastern Pennsylvania Car
Service association held their regular
meeting in this city yesterday In the
office of Secretary Thomason, in the
Traders' bank building. The usual rou
tine business was transacted, after
which dinner was enjoyed at the Jer
myn. Those In attendance were:
C. W. Huntington and M. 31. Rlchey,
of the Central Railroad of New Jersey;
R. B. Williams, of the Ontario and
Western railroad; J. M. Davis, of the
Erie railroad; L. W. Alllbone, of the
Pennsylvania railroad; E. M. Rlne, of
the Lackawanna railroad; T. O. Cole,
of the Lehigh Valley railroad, and A.
C. Dice, of the Philadelphia and Read
D., Ii. & W. Board for Today.
Following Is the make-up of the
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
board for today:
THURSDAY, JUNK 13.
Summits West 7 a. m., Canigg. .
Pushers 7 a. m., F. Case, 11.13 a. m
Coslar, 7.30 p. m Latttmcr; It p. m., C.
Helpers 1.30 a. m McGovern; 7 a. m
Gaffney; 10 a. m., Secor; 4.30 p. m.,
fid. Stack and crew will go out on No.
Et Thur.srbo. June 19, In place of R. Stack,
two round trips-.
W. McAllister will lake his run on pick
up, Thui'hday, Jur.e 19.
This and That.
General Manager W. S. Besler, of the
Central Ilallroad of New Jersey, was
in the city yesterday.
F. B. Smith, superintendent of din
ing car service on the Lackawanna rail
road, was In the city yesterday.
W. 13. Hlxson, superintendent of
bridges and buildings on tho Lacka
wanna railroad arrived home yeaterday
afternoon from an official trip over the
Utlca and Syracuse divisions.
ENJOYED AN OUTING,
Liverymen and Undertakers Spent
day at the Speedway,
The liverymen and undertakers of this
valley, together with their wives and
sweethearts, enjoyed an outing yester
day afternoon at the Speedway hotel.
A number of Informal races were con
ducted on the half mile track. Ben
Bennett acted as starter while Pliny
Ives 'and Frank Scutt acted as time
keepers. Among the horses which par
ticipated, together with their owners,
wero tho following: "Sadie," Peter
Maeker; "Jack," Peter Kobllng; "Wal
ter J" P. F. Cusick; "Welter," Dr.
George 13, Hill; "Combine," T. F,
Ryan and "Director Clay," James J.
Billy Bums, of AVIlkes-Barre and
Frank Scutt, of this city, jan a fifty
yard foot race for a cash prize, Scutt,
though thu heavier man, was an easy
winner. A clam bako was afterwards
enjoyed by tho members of the party
on tho porch of the Speedway house.
POWDERLY AN INCORPORATOR.
Black Diamond Anthracite Company
Pormed; $1,000,000 Capital.
Papers were filed In Trenton, N. J.,
yestorday for tho incorporation of thu
Black Diamond Anthracite Coal com
pany, with Jl.OOO.OOO capital, Hon. T, V,
Powderly, of this cjty, for many years
at the head of the Knights of Labor,
Is one of the incorporators.
It Is said that tho location 0 the com
pany's property Is In the neighborhood
of Pottsvllle, Pa., and that the object is
to put anthracite coal on the market In
competition with that of tho railroads
n,bw involve ' la tho anthraclto coal
Wall Street Review.
Now York, Juno 18,-Lcadcrs of the bull
campaign In stocks nindu a moro nggres
nlvu ilcnninstiatluh today lluiir at any
time since the campaign wnti inaugurated,
The market broadened and thoio was a
material incrcaso In activity, tho volume
of dcalingi ilslng over that for anyone
day since some time befoto tho ilrst of
llui present month. The Httctigth In the
tmi ill ct waa pretty gcncially disseminated
through tho list, but tho Industrial do
I'.'ii tmunt, an a whole, as a conspicuous
extcptloli to the strength prevailing else
whore. There was Utile iinwa lo account
lor the lining tendency. Tho bulk of tho
alterations waa attiibuteil to tho west
ern speculative party which wob credited
yciiti'idny ulth having secured a corner
mi the July option In corn. Tho howb of
mo nay mis lather averse to the rlso in
MtoclM. For Instance tho calling of a
national convention of coal miners In In
dianapolis must l)n regarded an Increasing
the probability of a suspension of work
amongttl soft coal minors. On what pi In
clplo this news should Induce nctlvo do
om ml for"Reiidlng and also for tho soft
coal carriers Is not very clear. In fHct
realizing was Itself elTeellvo In, Reading
and wiped out ol Ills gain. Tho report
of too copious rain In the southwest ex
cept in a portion of Texas where It was
needed, makes It eouallv difficult to ac
count for tho strength of tho southwest
ern grangers. Nevertheless, Missouri Fa
I'lllc was absorbed on an enormous scale.
Tho Gould railroad stocks generally wero
affected In sympathy, especially St. Louis,
Southwestern ni4?fcrrcd. which rose 4?.
Tho dealing In Union Pacific, were also
well up to tho total of other leaders. The
most Influential movement In thn market
Was that In Illinois Central, which was
urteci an extreme of 7 points, with con
stantly Increasing urgency as the top
level was approached. Tho slock reacted
" points lit thn Inst. The titnt Hint thn
board of directors were In session gave
rlso to a flood of rumors of an Important
anonunccment tn bo made affecting th
valuo of the stock, but tho market closed
without dcllnltotknowledgo of what tho
news was to be. The market closed act
ive and rather easy. Total soles today,
737,200 shares. The. market for bonds was
spotty and Irregular. Total sales, par
value, JI.510.00B. United States 2'u regis
tered and the old l's advanced i; Iho .Ts
i and tho 2's coupon Is per cent, on the
'Tho following quotations are furnished
Tho Tribune by Halght & Freese Co.. 3x4
315 Wears building. W. D. Runyon, man
ager. Onon.H Ich.Low.CIos
Amal. Copper US CS4 C7-11 li!
Am. C. & F 33',4 34 32T8 32
American Ico 17- 17V6 16',2 lVis
Am. fee. Pr KiV6 BIS 53 63
Am. Locomdtii'o .... 3.l',i 33,(. 331!; 33
Am. S. & It. Co 4S'& 4S 4S-H. 4S
American Sugar ....12G& VX .123 12i
Anaconda Copper ...113 113 113 113
Atchison 8Mi S2 81& K2&
Aicnison. it im loivd m lei
Halt. & Ohio lOll'A 107 MilVi 107
Brook. R. T Gl'A f7'4 V)i
Canadian 1'oclllc 13C74 13BK
dies. & Ohio 17 I"
Chicago & Alton .... 37TA 39'
unic. s u. w -Jfi,
C. M. & St. P 173'i
C R. I. & P 1724
Col. Fuel Iron .... OS
Col. & Southern .... 31V4
Col. & South, 2d Pr. I4f,
Del. & Hud 17fiVj
Krle, 1st Pr 3
Erie. 2nd IV mu
Hoeklng Valley S5,,
Illinois Central 1.1R34
Kan. City & South.. 3IVi
Louis. & Nash 137
Manhattan 131 a;
Met. St. Ry 1MU
Mexican Central .... 28'&
Mo.. K. & To 26
1374 136 13774
131 131 13llfc
1517 l.il'4 lM4
2SV4 2Sii 2S4
27-H 2HH 2714
COM WW. KK
flio., i. tt Tex.. IV.. W;i
.107', 10S7A 107V4 W.4
N. Y. Central ...
l.".7-i4 l.'nHi 15714
.W4 .'i7?4 r74
31 3.M4 3274
Out. AVe.st ....
Pacific Mail 41
Penna. R. U l.TPi
People's Gas lnj'i
Pressed Steel Car... 17
Reading, 1st Pr SM&
Reading. 2d Pr 70'
Republic Steel 174
St. L. A San F 70
Southern Pacific .... fil?J
Southern R. R 37
Southern R. R.. IV.. fl.Vi
Tenn. Coal & Iron.. M'6
Texas Pacific 41.14
Union Pacinc in:,
Union Pacific. Pr ... siu
41 41 43
1IHI& 15031 152
102)4 102"4 102
47 47 47
i hi'i utvt
1 . si. 1. earner
U. S. Leather. Pr
U. S. Steel
U. S .Steel, Pr ...
Western Union ...
Wheel. & L. K ...
CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION.
WH15AT. Oncn. Illch. Low. Close.
KJfi 1 o.
NEW YORK COTTON MAItKRT.
Open. Hlorh Low. Close.
July 8.33 8.37 8.47 8.47
AliRUSt S.23 8.20 8.13 S.15
September 7.97 8.01 7.01 7.UI
October 7.90 7.90 7.S0 7.S0
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr.... co
County Saw Bank & Trust Co 300
I'lrst Nat. Bank (Carbondale). ... M0
inira iMuiomu uami
Dlmo Dep. & Dis. Bank
Vnnmv T. TT A 11 fn
First National Bank Uoo ... '
Lack. Trust & Safe Dep. Co...
Clark & Suovor Co.. Pr
Scranton Savings Rank
Tradora' National Bunk
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co
Scranton Packing Co ...
Scranton PusbcnKor Railway,
Ilrst mortgage, duo 1920
PcoploV. Street Railway, llrst
mortgage, duo 19IS
Pooplo'n Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921
Scranton Trae. Co., fi per cent.
Kconomy L.. II. & P. Co ,
N. Jersey & Pncono Ice Co....
Consolidated Water Supply Co
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Canceled by II. G. Dale, 27, Lacka. Avo.)
Butter Fresh creamery, 24c. j fresh
Eggs Nearby, ISc,; western, V,c,
Harrow Boaiia Per bushel, $2.33a2.40.
Green Peas Per bushel, J2.23.
Onions Beimudas. JJ.00 per crate,
Potatoes Per bushel, '80c.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New York, Juno 18. Flour Steady and
fairly active; Minnesota patent. $J.90a4.13,
Wheat Spot market steady; No, S red,
78V4c. elevator; No. 2 red, 79a80c:. f. o. b.
afloat: oMtons although firmer at first
developed later heaviness under genural
unloading. July at tho close, however, it
tallied on export business niul left off
steady and unchanged. July closed 7Sc.;
September. 7C?ic,; December, 77c, Corn
Hpot steady; no. s, LSViC elovavir and
U9UC f, o. b. allnut; option market had an
early upturn on rains west and a sensa
tlonul l Iso In July corn at Chicago luter
gave way but dually rallied, closing Yc.
net higher; July closed OWJe.; September,
UVic.i December, 49?4c. Oats Spot mar
ket quiet: No. 2, 46c.; No, 3, 4'ijje.j No. 2
whlto. 52c: No. 3 white, Dike; track
mixed western, 43a4Sc: track white west
ern. DOaWo.; track whlto state, MaSOc.;
options developed heaviness because of
larger receipts and liquidations. Butter
-Firm; creanmry. 19aKe,; factory,, lui
1814c: renovated. 17a20c.j Imitation cream
ery, 17a20c.; state dairy, 18a21c, Cheese
Steady; pew state full cream, small col
ored, choice. Wlc; small white, 9Jc;
large colored. Hci largo white. 9Wc
Eggs Firm; statu and Pennsylvania, 17K
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Six Eagles Mines
An investment opportunity of ex
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known mining property in the state
A Developed Working nine
Not a Prospective Proposition.
A limited amount of stock is now
being offered to raise money for im
provement in equipment and gener
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At the Pan-American Exposition at
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Stock now selling at $ .50 a share.
The price will soon be advanced. Get
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STOCKS, BONDS and INVESTMENTS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
alSc; western candled, lTalic; southern
Philadelphia Grain and Produce.
Philadelphia. June 18. Wheat Quiet but
steady; contract grade, June, sit&aSJc:
corn Nothing offering. Oats Quiet but
steady; No. 2 white clipped, D2V4a5Jc. But
terFirm, good demand; extra western
creamery, 22'ic; do. nearby prints, 23c.
Eggs Firm; trcsh nearby, 17ie.; loss off
do. western, 18c; do. do. do. southwest
ern, 17V4c.; do. do. do. southern, 16c.
Cheese Easier; New York full creams.
prime small, iui,4aiUHc: uo. do. do, fair
to good, 9VAal0c Rcflned Sugars Un
changed. Cotton 1-lfic lower; middling
uplands, 914c. Tallow Steady: city prime.
In tlerves. iati?c.; country do. do., bar
rels, 6Ka6Mc: do. dark. rOiaOc; cakes, GVG
a6?4C Live Poultry Firm; good demand;
fowls, 13c; old roosters, 9c; spring chick
ens, large. 2Ja25c; do. small, 15alSc;
ducks , 10allc.w Dressed Poultry Steadj
with a fair demand; fowls, choice west
ern, 13c; do. do. southern nnd southwest
ern. 1214c: do. fair to good, HV4al2c;
broilers nearby. 30a33c; western do., 23a
30c; frozen poultry, fowls, 12al2V4c; roast
ing chickens, 14al6c; broilers nearby. 2Ja
2Sc: western do.. iual9c; turkey, 19a20c;
ducks, 13alBc Receipts Flour. 1,300 bar
rels and 1.610,000 pounds In sacks; wheat.
9,600 bushels; corn, 400 bushels; oats, 16,000
bushols. Shipments Wheat, 49.000 bush
els; corn, 400 bushels; oats, 14,000 bushels.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Juno 18. Corn executed a
high and loft tumbling feat toduy. Nerve
wrecking excitement ovor tho corner In
July options ruled the day, From the
opening of tho pit the Wall stroet clique
shuflled prices in such an astonishing
manner that tho gyrations exhibited wero
such as made yesterday's erratic ups
and downs look liko oidiuary "smoking
room day." Every natural condition
known to tho pits was Ignored. It was a
buttle for millions with crafty men on
each hldo, Today it suited tho big man
ipulators to allow prices to Jump sky
wards for a tlmo and then it oddly suited
them to push them down with remark
abele rapidity. The doings of July corn
and that was all that was of Importance
on 'Change today consisted of an upturn
of H4c at the opening; a slump of 3c,
from the top price and a slight lecovory
from the bottom figure. Other pits natur
ally felt tho lulluenco of such pranks but
moat speculators lu other commodities
did not attend their Judgment to err and
July corn closed 2c. down, July wheat !ic.
higher and July oats c. lower. Provis
ions closed Ba7',4 higher. Cash quota
tions wero as follow: Flour Dull and
steudy: No. 2 spring wheat, ; No. ;i H7a
72Hc: No. 2 red. 79?jc; No. 5 corn, : No.
2 yollow. : No. 2 oats, 42V4c: No. 2
white, 47?io48c: No. 3 whlto. 4C4a47?c;
No. 2 rye, 59a&9Vc; good feeding barley,
; fair to choiro malting, 07u70c; No. I
flax seed, J1.G6; No. I northwestern. $1.76;
prime tlmothv Heed, : mess pork, per
u.iriui, ii.uvuii.it3 nun pur iuu poumia,
l0.l7',tu10.20; hhort ribs. 10.37',Salo.52V4;
shoulders. S'.&aSHc.; short clear sides,
Chicago Live Stock Market. "
Chicago. Juno IS. Cattle Receipts, 18,
000, Including COO Texuns; choice, strong;
othesr slow; good to prima steers, $7,C0a
8.10: poor to medium. Jl.73a5.4d; stockers
unit feeders, S2,73a3.23; cows, 51.10,i3.73;
helfors. $2.50a6.30; canners; si,40u2,40; bulls.
J2.75a5.60: calves. $.'.50aU.G0; Toxtis fed
steers, $4aC.30. Hogs Receipts today. 33..
COO; tomorrow. 32.000; left over, 9.000:
steady to Cc lower; closed dull; mixed
and butchers. $7u7.43; good to choico
heavy, J7.33u7.S3; rough heavy, $7a7.M);
light. J6.9oa7.20; bulk of sales, J7,10n7.30.
Shecn-Recelpts. 18,000; sheen steudy to
lOc lower: spilng lambs. lSasoc. iuwor;
good, to choice wethers, Jl.75a5; western
suepp, i :'a.i: uair
lvo lambs, ?3.0Oa7; spring
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than all other causes
combined. Those suf
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urinary tiact. or. In-
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PRUTS WIIKX menllfi"o?" U 'Ut"
NKUKbSAUY, Terms itliln tho
reach of all. Tiealincnt by mall.
Now Vmk (lo.it l.vinph Hanltarium As
sociation, ;i7 Went 3Jd st., N. V, City tncur
NOTE THE NO. 37 WEST 33D ST.
CUT TU1B OUT.
I09 Lacka. Ave
i PILSNER i
., 435 to 4515
N. seventh St.,
Old 'Phone, 2331.
New 'Phone, 2935,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect Juno 13, 1902.
Trains Leave ycrantou.
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
it II. U. R., at 7.41, through Parlor Cur
nnd Day Coach Carbondale tn Now York
and 9.47 a. in,, with L. V. Conch Carbon-dulo-
to Philadelphia, and 2.1S, 4.35 (Black
Diamond Expiess). and 11.39 p. in. Sun
days, D. & II. It. U., 1. S 27 p. ill.
For Whlto Haven. Ilazltton and princi
pal points lu the coal regions, via D. & 11.
It. R.. 7.41, 2.1S and 4.33 p. m, For Potts
vllle, 7.41 u. m.
For Hothleheni, Easton, Reading, llar
rlsburg und pilnclpul Intermediate sta
tions, via D, & II. R. R.. 7.11, 9.47 a. m.;
2.1S, 4.33 (Black Diamond Exrness), 11,49 p,
in. Sundays, D. & II. R. R., 9Jb u. m.;
l.r.8, 8.27 p. -in. '
For TiiuUhanuock, Towanda, Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal lutormedlatu
stations via D L. & W. R, It., 0.33 a. m,
and 3.40 p. in.
For (leueva. Rochester. Buffalo, Niag
ara Fulls, Chicago and all points west via
D. &. II, R. R.. 12.03 p. m.; ;i.2S (Hlaek
Diamond Kxpiens). 10.41. J1.49 p. m, Sun
days. D. & 11. R. IC, 12.0.1, 8.27 p, III.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Valley Parlor curs 011 all trulus between
Wllkes-Hurro ami Now York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo ami Suspension Bridge
IIOLLI.V 11. Wll,BlTR. Clen. Supt., 20
Coitluud slicet. New York.
CHARLES S. LEE. Gen. Pass, Agt al
Coitland stiect, New York,
A. W. NONEMACIIER. Dlv, Pass. Agt
South Bethlehem, Pa.
For tickets and Pullman icservatlons
apply lo city ticket ofllce, t9 Publle
Squuro, Wllkes-Uairo, Pa.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
lu Effect June 1, 1902.
Trains leavo ScruntOn for Now York
At 1.30. 3.20. U.03, 7.C0 and 10.10 si, m.i 12.40,
3.40, 3.33 p. m. For Now Ymlt and Phlla.
uuipiua i.w. iu.iu a. 111. 1 aim km muj j.as
For Odweso. Syracuse und Uticn 1.13 und
O.2.' 11. in.; l.Ki p. in. Oswego, Syraciiho
und Utlca train at U.'JJ a. in. dally, oxcept
Sunday, For Moiitioso-O.OO 11. in.; l.oj
und 0.50 11. in. Nicholsuu accommod.itlou
4.(x) and 0.13 p. 111.
Bloomsbuig Division For Northumbci
luud. at 6.:i3 mid 10.10 a. 111 ; 1.55 and 6.10
p. in. For Plymouth, at S.10 a. m.; 3,10
und 9.03 p. 111.
Suiuluy Trains For Now York, 1.50, 3.20.
6U3. 10.10 a. in.; 3.40 and 3 33 p. in. For
Buffalo 1.13 and 6 22 a. Ill,; 1.33. U.3'1 and
11.10 p. 111. For Eliuiru and May stations
10 23 a. in. For Binuluimtoi) and wuy tta
tlous. 9'jO u. 111. Blooinsl'iire Division
Leuyo Scranton, 10.10 a. in and 6.10 p. in.
L ill's Si
11. 111, rur uuiuiisuuru i u.m n, m. ror
Buffalo-1.15, 6.22 und 9.00 a. in.; 1,53. 6.30
and 11.10 p. ni. For illnghumtou, Elmliu
und way stations 10.23 a. 111.. la-, n m
DISTRIBUTORS OF CUBANOLA CIGARS
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Central Bailroad of New Jersey.
In Effect May IS, 1902.
Stations In New York, foot Liberty
street and South Ferry, N. It.
Trains leave Scranton for New Tnrk,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, AII011
town, Mauch Chunk, Whlto Haven, Ash
ley, Wllkes-Barro and Plttston at 7.30 a.
m.. 7 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. rn.
Quaker City Express leaves. Scranton
7.30 a. m., through solid vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Phil
adelphia with only one change of cars
for Baltimore and Washington D. C, and
all principal points south and west.
For Avoea, Pittston and Wllkes-Barro,
1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.,
7.30 and 1 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon nnd Harrlsburg
via Allentown at 7.30 a. m., 1 p. m. and 4
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Tamao.ua and Pottsvllle, 7.S0 a. m.,
1 p. m. nnd '4 p. in.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
' W. O. BESSLI1R, Gen. Manager.
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware and Hudson.
lu Effect Juno M, 1902.
Trains for Curbondalo leave Sctanton at
0.41, 7..X S.30, 10.13 a. m.; 12.03, 1.12, 2.34, 3..W,
3.2!!, (l.Ki. S.2I, 9.15, 10.01 p. m.; 12.18, I.3S a.m.
For Honesdale-U.41, 10.13 a. m.; 2.34 and
D.29 11. m.
For Wllkcs-Bane-0.3S. "M, S.41. 9.47.
lO.fa a. m.; 12.03, 1. 12, 2.18, 3.23, 4.33, 6.10,
7.48. 10.41, 11.19 p. m.
For L. V. R. R. Polnts-7.41, 9,47 a. m.
2.1S. 4.33 nnd 11.49 n. m. . ..
For Pennsylvania R. XI. Points 6.38,
9.17 a. 111.; 1.42, 3.28 and 4.33 p. in.
For Albany and all points north 7.36 a.
111. and 3.36 p. in.
For Carbondale S.30, 11.33 a. m.; 2.11,
3..VI. 3.D2 and 11.17 p. ni.
For Wllkos-Barre-9.3S a. m.; 12.03, 1.38,
3.28. 6.32 and 9.17 p, in.
For Albany nnd points north 3.36 p. ni.
For Honesdale 8.50 a, in.; 11.33 und 3.53
p. in. '
W. L. PRYOR, I). P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Schedule lu Eifcct Juno 10, 190.',
Trains leave Scranton: u.38 a. m., week
days, through vesllhulo train from
Wllkes-Barro. Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vllle; slops at principal Intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunbury, Ilur
risburg, Philadelphia, H.Utlmoie, Wash
ington and for Pittsburg and tho West.
9.47 a. in., week days, for Sunbury, Har
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and Plttsbmg and the West.
1,42 p. ni.. week days, (Sundays, 1.5S p.
in.), lor Sunbury, llarrlsburg, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.28 p, in., week days, througu vestibule
train fiom Wllkes-Barro Pullman buffet
parlor cur and coaches to Philadelphia via.
Pottsvllle. Stops at piludpnl hitm-medlato
1.33 p. m week days, for Ilniilelon, Sun
bury, lliurlsburg, Philadelphia, and Pitts-
l"S' J. B. HUTCHINSON. Gen. Mgr,
.1, B. WOOD, Gei, Pass. Agt.
New York, Ontario and Western.
Tlmo Table lu Eifcct Siiudav, Juno 15, 1902.
NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
Leave Leave Anlv
No. 1 .
No. :l ,
No. 7 ..
Scrnnton, Carbondale. Cadosla.
10.30 a. in U.io a. m. 1,00 p. m.
I 00 p. 111. 4.14 P. in. 0up. m,
6.10 p. iu.Ar.Curbondnloc6 n.in
SOUTH BOUND. ' "
Leavo Leavo Arrive
C.UIoslu. Carbondale, Scranton.
6 30 u. in. 7.2.1 u. in,
, 8.10 a. m lo.oi a. ni. 10.40 a. m
. 2.15 1 111. I 00 p. in. 4.43 n i,
No. 6 .
No. I .
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND.
Leave Leave Ani...
No. ! ,
No. 5 ,.
Scranton, Carbondale. Cadosla
8 30 a.m. 0.10 p.m. 10.43 a, m
7.011 11. m.Ar.Carboudalo 7.15 p m
SOUTH HOUND. ''"I'lo
Leavo Leavo An lvo
Cadosla. Carbondale. Scranton
li.Mii. m, 7.23 a.m
No. 10 ...... 4 p.m. 1..U0 p. 111. 0.J5 ,,, ,;
Trains !" 1 "ays, nuu an
Sundajs roniiect for Now Vork cllv, Mld
dlctown. Walton. Norwich, Oncldu, Os
wego and nil points west.
Train 3 for Poyntulle, Walton, Delhi,
Sidney, Norwich and all Now Ilcilln
Tiuln No. l. with "Urtaker City Ev
puss" at Scranton, via (. it. r. of N, j..
for PhlLulclphia, Atluntlo City, n.iltliuoia
Wasliiugton und Pennsylvania stale
See tlmo-tublo and consult ticket agents
for connections with oilier lines.
J. C. ANnilltSON. G. P A Now York.
J. E. WD1.SH, T, P. A.. Scimilo.1 n-,
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