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8 . THE SCRANTOtf TRimilST-MONDAY. JtfLY 21 ' i.iiOk ' ft.
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- AND LABOR
ANTHRACITE, COAL TRADE IS
Washery Output Has Little Effect
on the General Situation Two of
tho Latest Mineral Discoveries of
Northwest Canada Problems That
Have to Be Solved In Ventilating
tho Mines of Great Britain Ven
tilation and Pumping of water
Makes Mining Very Expensive.
The Engineering and Mining Journal
of Saturday had thin to Bay concern
ing tho anthracite coal trade:
A considerable ntimlier of washerlei nro
running without Interruption, and mole
nro likely to start next week. Were nil
the wnsherlcH In tbo nnthruclto region
to run night and day they could easily
produce 600,000 tuns monthly of tho steam
fclzcp. Compared with a monthly ship
ment of 6,000,000 tons of all sizes, the
washery output li of slight account, but
It will go far In helping tho operators to
supply thnso 'team producers who must
Trade at all points Is very quiet. In the
northwest thcro Is still some coal left
on the docksnt' the head of tho lakes.
In Chlctigo territory, supplies nro slowly
diminishing nnd dealers nre restricting
deliveries still more, supplying only fa
vored customers or those having tegular
contracts. Along tho flower lakes, the
murkot shows little chnngo from last
week. Demand Is generally light, though
wholesale prices at Buffalo are reported
to show no advance above the regular
raise of 10c on July 1. Trade along tho
Atlantic seaboard Is very dull Indeed. At
New York, Philadelphia and Boston,
buying for domestic purposes Is so very
light that tho supply nvallable will last
longer than seemed probable when the
strike wus declared.
The weather is warm, nnd householders
arc, not troubling about next winter's
coal supply. At Now York hnrbor tho
newspapers that were making tho most
fuss about tho Increased use of bitumin
ous In oflice buildings nnd factories nre
hunting for new sensations, tho elevated
is getting enough coal from various
fcources to supply Its locomotives, and In
terest in the miners' strike has fallen
wonderfully. The regular July prices
for free-burning white nsh coal, f. o. b.
New York harbor ports, arc: Broken,
$4.03; egg, stovo npd chestnut, $4.30. What
coal is picked up outside of that still
supplied by some firms to certnln old
customers changes hands at $70$S per
Queer Mines in Canada,
'A natural soap mine and a paint mine
a3 two of the latest mineral discov
eries In the Northwest. Several soda
lakes have been found In the foothills
near Ashcroft, British Columbia. Their
bottoms and shores are incrusted with
a natural washing compound, contain
ing borax and soda. No two analyses
'agree exactly as to the composition of
A New York analysis gives 26 per
cent, borax, while a Montreal chemist
from the same sample, gives 16 per
cent, borax. Tests prove the substance
to be equal to tho washing powders In
common use. Trials by blacksmiths
and farm workmen show that it will re
move grease and dirt quicker than
soap. A syndicate of British Columbia
men has been formed to put the pro
duct on tho market. About 275 tons of
the compound have been cut and taken
out of the lake. It is handled precisely
as Ice Is handled. The blocks are more
than 0 inches In thickness, are sawn
Into pieces of 15 by IS inches, and weigh
50 pounds each. It Is estimated that
this lake alone contains 20,000 tons,
proving that tho Industry, If success
ful, will reach large proportions. John
L. Blttlnger, Consul General, Montreal.
Ventilating Coal Mines.
In Grent Britain, the coal lies at very
great depths. In America, a shaft of
200 feet is considered fairly deep, while
one of 200 yards In England is but a
shallow pit, and some few workings
are nearly 4,000 feet deep. I do not
know of a drift mine being worked at
present in England, but In America, es
pecially in Virginia and West Virginia,
they are extremely common. The re
sult of this Is that the cost of hauling
the coal out and the pumping of large
quantities of water from great depths
make coal mining very expensive In
A drift mine Is also more cheaply
ventilated than a shaft one, nnd the
mines are much more fiery In England
than they are In America, says the
Engineering Magazine. The presence
of fire-damp In British mines greatly
impedes the rapidity of working and
adds to the cost In many ways. There
are many stringent regulations to bo
carried out with a view to the preven
tion of explosions, which, nevertheless,
occur only too frequently, and when
they do they are usually of a very ser
ious nature, causing large loss of llfo
and property. Frequently several
months elapse before the mines are In
complete working order ngaln after
such an accident. The cost of this loss
uf life and property naturally is very
Largo Sums for Improvements.
It is understood that the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad will spend 325,000,000
In Improvements during tho next two
years. Much of tho work has already
been contracted for. Tho yards In Bal
timore, Glenwood, Pittsburg and other
points will be greatly enlarged. Bridges
will be strengthened all over the sys
tem. Grades will 'be reduced between
Washington and Cumberland and on
the Pittsburg and Western.
A third and fourth track will be laid
botween Washington Junction and
Cumberland, and on the Pittsburg nnd
Connellsvllle line, where tho freight
t radio Is grently congested. The Fair
port line will bo cjouble-tracked and
the lake harbors will be enlarged. Over
$2,000,000 will bo spent for new engines
and curs and Improvements will be
carried out generally all over tho sys
tem. This and That.
The Jennesvllle Iron works, of Jennes
vllle, will be removed to Hazleton with
in the year, Lund for the shops has
fbeen secured In Hazleton, The works
employ oyer 500 hands. ,
A meeting will be held tonight In
Guernsey hall, for the purpose of or
ganizing a hod carriers' union, Secretary-Treasurer
George H. Gothler, of
the Central Labor union, nnd C. B. An
thony, of tho Team Drivers' union, will
be In charge of the organization.
Hugh Frayne, prganlzer for the
'American Federation of Labor, left tho
city yesterday afternoon for Norfolk,
Va. Ills departure was the result of a
hurried call from national headquarters
which stated that trouble waa antici
pated among the Sheet Metal Workers.
The Lehigh Valley wjll erect a mod
ern passenger and freight station at
Mauch Chunk. The new station will be
IT MATTERS NOT
How Sick You Are or How
Many Physicians Have
Failed to Help You.
Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy
will Cure You if a Cure is Possible.
Doctora'are not Infallible and there aro
many instances where they havo decided
a case was hopeless and then tho patients
astonished everyono by getting well and
thesolecausoof theircurowas Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy. A case in
point is that o James Lettuco of Cana
joharle, N. V., who writes:
"Soma years ago I was attacked with pains
In my back and slds that were fearful In the
extreme. I could not control my kldnays at
all and whataima from thorn was mucous and
blood. I was In a terrible state and suffered 1
Intensely. A prominent physician of Albany, .
N. Y decldsd that an opsratlon was ail ,
that would save me. I dreaded that and com
menced to take Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
Remedy. I felt better almost imtantly. When
I had taken about two bottles, the flow from
the bladder was much cleaner, the pain stop
pod. and I was saved from the surseon s knifa I
and am now well."
Dr. W. H. Morse, tho famous physi
cian of wcstfield, N. J., has this to say
of this great medicine :
"I have known It to cure chronic Inflam
mation of the kidneys, where the attending
physician pronSunced the ease incurable."
No form oi kidney, liver, bladder or
blood disease, or the distressing sickness
es so common to women, can long with
stand tho groat curativo power of this
famous specific. Its record of cures has
made it famous in, medical circles every
where. It Is for sale by all druggists In tho
NOW BO Oent Slzo and the regular
$1 .00 size bottles less than a cent a dose.
Sample bottle enough for trial, free by mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N, Y.
Dr. DtTld Kenoelr'i Salt Bhenm Cream curat
Oil Bores, Skin and Scrofulous Diieaics. COc.
In East Mauch Chunk, ns the lower
station opposite the Mansion house has
been abandoned since the flood In
March carried away the bridge across
the river. Work on the station will be
gin at onco.
Some extensive Improvements are be
ing made' on the Ashley planes of the
Central Railroad of New Jersey during
the present enforced Idleness. The
powerful engines of the No. 2 plane are
being removed to No. 3, which has not
as steep a grade, and aro being re-'
placed by Improved machines of still
more powerful build, adapted to tho
heavier trains which are now being
hoisted. The cables used on tho plane,
the grade of which is 14 per cent., are
of steel 2 Inches in diameter. The
company has a day and a night gang
of machinists at work making the pro
posed changes on the plane.
Analysis of Last
Special Correspondence of The Tribune.
Washington. July IS.
1110 DROP of $105,000,000 In exnorta
and increase of $79,000,000 in im
ports Is not looked upon by the
chief of the bureau of statistics us
a cause for anxiety regarding the fu
ture of our foreign commerce.
"It was perfectly apparent when tho
result of tho drouth of 1M1 became
known," said Mr. Austin, "that our ex
ports In 1002 muit fall off. and tho only
surprise to mo Is that the loss was not
greater. The corn crop, us is well known,
is the chief reliance of our farmers for
preparing for market tne live stock, of
which wo now export over 200 million
dollars worth annually in the form of
provisions nnd live animals. In addition
to this, wo have been exporting about
100 million dollars' worth of tho surplus
corn and oats left over after feeding tho
live stock of the country. Tho groat re
duction of tho corn crop by the drouth,
of course, reduced to almost nothing the
surplus corn that could he spared, and
also caused tho use at homo of a much
larger share of tho oats, and so reduced
tho available surplus of that class of
farm products. Tho result Is that the ex
portation of corn fell from 177,000,000 bush
els In the fiscal year 1D01 to 27.000,000 bush
els In the fiscal year Just ended, nnd that
of oats from 37,000,000 bushels to 0.000,000.
Tho drop in the value of corn and corn-
meal and oats nnd oatmeal exported is
over 70 million dollars. Fortunately the
farmers learned quickly to economize
their depleted corn supply and to substi
tute other materials for It, and therefore
the reduction in exportation of provisions
nnd live unlmals Is only about C million
"Jt also became apparent In the early
part of the year," continued Mr. Austin,
"thnt tho vaiuo of cotton exports could
not bo expected to reach tho phenomenal
ly high figure of the preceding year. Tho
export prices of cotton In 1901 were the
highest that bad been realized for many
years, nnd ns a result tho total vnluo of
cotton exported In tho fiscal year 1801
was greater than In any previous yeat
in tho history of our commerce, amount
ing to over 300 million dollars and fprming
more than one-llfth of tho totnl value of
the exports of that greatest year in our
export trade. The avorago pi ice of cot
ton exported In tho fiscal year 1001 was
nearly nine and one-half cents per pound,
while the average export price In the
fiscal year 1902 was eight and one-fourth
cents per pound, So It Is not surprising
that tho v.iluo of the cotton exported in
1902 fell 21 million dollars below that of
1901, although tho quantity exported was
actually 100,000,000 pounds greater In 19C2
limn In 1901."
"Tho third Item of reduction in ex
ports," continued Mr. Austin, "Is In
manufactures of Iron and steel, Tho fig
ures for the full flscnl year havo not been
received, but, judging from thoso of tho
eleven mouths which have boon received,
It seems probable' that tho reduction In
Iron and steel exports will be nbout J0,
CO0.00O. This reduction Is duo in part, it
Is believed, to tho fact that Gorman man
ufacturers found It necessary, by reason
of tho depressed conditions In that coun
try last year, to unload their surplus
stocks of lion nnd steel manufactures at
grently reduced prices, thus temporarily
unsettling nnd reducing prices In foreign
countries generally, while, on tho other
hand, tho home demand In tho United
States for Iron and steel manufactures
has been larger than over before, nnd In
many cases boyond tho capacity of our
manufacturers to supply. Tho result of
theso two conditions was a reduction of
nbout 120,000,000 in the exports and nn in
cienso of nearly JIO.000,000 In tho Imports
of Iron nnd stcol, and tho total Importa
tions of Iron and steel foi; tho fiscal year
Just ended will probably exceed Uiosq
of nny other year slqco 1S93."
'The Increase In Importations," said Mr.
Austin, in conclusion, "Is esneclnllv irrnti.
fylng, In view of tho fact that It shows a
nenitny condition in our manufacturing
Industries. While tho figures of tho year
aro not sufficiently completed to permit
nn analysis for the full twelve months,
tho fact that tho analysis for tho cloven
months ending with May showed an In
crease of over $i,000,000 In munufactiir
eis' materials Is a sufficient explanation
of the total Increase of $79,000,000 of Im
ports In the full year. Manufacturers
materials Imported during the year will
amount to about $420,000,000 In value, or
48 per cent, of tho total Importations.
This is not only the largest Importation
of manufacturers' matorlals ever known,
but they form a larger percentugo than1
ever before of the grand totul of Im
ports, notwithstanding the fact that the
total Imports are the largest In tho his
lory of our commerce."
Lawn Mowers Slzo 14
Inches. Clearing Sale .
Garden Hose 7-ply best quality,
14 cent kind. Clearing
Sale Price. JZ
Water Cooler 10 per cent, discount
off all water coolers this week.
Our Great July Clearing Sale Continues
Sale of Women's Summer
$1.50 Women's Fine Dongola Turned
and Wolt Ox.ord Ties for $1.19. Cuban,
military heels, patent or kid tips, turned
and welt soles, e'verv Dalr euaranteed. all
cItop nnA ttriiUr. C.n .-i
-i-.fi i ,- -ii ...
clearing saie price an mis . -
week for 3 I
Women's $2.00 Oxfords at
Welt soles, patent tips, Cuban heels, all
sizes and widths. For this
v - uiujf fjr Jt
15c Shoe Polish at 6c a
J,.-...... ui-i ... ui.giu.n uV jruui
anH olVf! fhfm tliA impr.nri
- - v.rrw.v...
ones, ror women s ana cnuaren s
shoes an Ideal polish. Buy It this
week for OC
Fancy Stripe, in open-work lappet weave, also a satin stripe, 15 -.wi
cent kind. Now , 12aC
Exlra Fine Novelty Stripe, pretty weaves and many patterns of
a narrow satin stripe. Go at, a yard 1 5C
Mercerized Ginghams and Mousseline De Sole All our lines of
the best 50c grade, go at clearing sale price yard 25C
Double Fold French Percale, fine weave, pretty patterns in small t
deslghs for waists and shirts, no better, 25c kind. Sale price, yard. 1 C
Jonas Long's Sons.
Saved Capt. John Smith's
colonists from starving to
death at Jamestown 300 years
ago. The destined mission of
the new scientific pre-digested
peptonized and celery impreg-
mated wheat flake cereal
is to give
breakfast that will anni
hilate indigestion, save
vigorous blood and to feed
overstrung nerves. It
acts as a
THE ONLY CEREAL FOOD
TRYABITA FOOD CO., Battle Creek, Mich.
SATURDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Tho following quotations are furnished
The Tribune by Jlalcht & Freeso Co., 3M
315 Meara Uuildinc. W. D. Itunyon, man
Amal. Copper ....
Am. C. H. F
... lu?i U'l'i I'm U."V&
.. 3.J3& 3J Wa 32
.. 11 11 1W4 ll?i
Am. Ice, Pr
Am. Locomntlvo ,
Am. Loco.. Pr ....
Am. S. & U Co ..,
American Sugar ,
Halt. & Ohio
Uronk. H. T
Canadian Pacillc ,
Clics. & Ohio
Chicago & Alton .
Chic, te a. W
a, m. & st. p ....
a, rt. 1, & p
Col. Ful'I & iron
Col. & Southern .
Kilo. 1st Pr
1 Inching Valley .,
Illinois Central ..
Kan. City & South
Louis. & Nash
Mot. St, Ry
Mo., K. & Tex ,
Mo., K. U T Pr
N. Y. Central ...
Norfolk & West .,
Out. & West
Pennn. It. n
Peoplo's Ous ,
Pressed Steel Car,
Rending, 1st Pr ...
Rending, 2d Pr .,,,
Republic Stcol. Pr
Ht, is. & San F ..,,
Southern Pncltlo ,,
Southern R, R
Southern R, II.. Pi
Tenn. Coal & Iron.
Texas & Pnclilo ,.
I'nlon IMclllo ......
Union Pacillc, Pr ,,
u, . Leather ,..,
II. S. Leather. Pr
U. S. Steel 40!4
u. a. Hieei, t'r ,,,,,, n'i',1
Wabash ...,,...,,.,,, SOTS
Wabash, Pr ..., 4i;
Western Union .,.,.. 8i.
wncei. tc is. Ji. -w,
Wisconsin Central .. 2S
Total sales. 453.500 shares.
Money, 3 per cent.
, CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION.
WHEAT. Open. High. Low. Clost.
September ., 73 73 72 7211
December 73 73 72 72
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Ls 1 Clearing lp Sale
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suuoa sm ' lamumrsM
nf rnstu v'FBivffiMr!ll!
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tne worm a
and make live,
MADE BY UNION LABOR.
Septcmhor 01 Cl'i
December 47 47
September 31 SV(,
December 30 30!
September 18.52 1S.52
September 11.02 11.03
September 10.S2 10.S2
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET,
Open. High. Low. Close.
August S.4S S.r,l 8.4S S.Dl
uiui-lliuui' S.I.i K.L'IJ
October 7.95 7.98
December 7.83 7.S7
Loans, decrease ,
Legal tender, iucrcaso
Deposits, decreaso ,,,
Scrnnton Board of Trado Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Bar of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr,..,
County Sav. Uanlt & Trust Co
First Not. Bank (Carbondalo).
Third National Bank
Dlmo Den. & DIs. Hank
Economy L H. & P. Co...
First Nntlonnl Bank
Lack, Trust & Safo Dop, Co
uiaric 6 onovor co., rr,
Scrnnton Savings Bank,,,
Traders' National Bank,,
Scrnnton Bolt & Nut Co,,,..,,
Peoplo's Bank ,
Bcranton Packing Co
Scranton Passengor Railway,
first mortgnge, duo 1920,
Peonlo'a Street Railway, firm-
mortgage, due 1018 jj5
Peoples Street Rnllway, Qon-
eral mortgage, duo 1921 115
Scranton Trae. Co., 0 per cent. 115 ...
Economy L., II, & P. Co.,,.,, , 07
N, Jeisey & Pocono Ico Co, 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ,,, 103
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. a. Dale, 27 Lacka-Ave.)
creamery, 21c. ; fresh
Eggs Nearby, 21c; western, 20c.
Marrow Beans Per busliol, $2.33a2.W,
Green Peas Per bushel, J2.25.
Onions $2.00 per bng.
New Potatoes $.'.73a3 per barrel.
flour and Mill Feed.
Scranton, July 19. Klour Market high
er. Mill Feed Quiet and prices hold
steady. Quotations nro for car lots, re
ported for Thq Tribune by Washburn
Crosby Co., Scrnnton office, 728 Council
building, Carl Ooodell, manager. Puucy
patent, $1.30, wood; first cleurs. $3.80.
wood; bran. 200-pound Backs, J19.60; por
l Cr jtWilwn'fiffllTn irSL
v jjmm ininur.ii Mf
mW m W
At Clearing Sale Prices
Many of these fabrics can be purchased now and
laid away for a more convenient time or season to
have them made up. It certainly will be profitable
buying at such prices.
'Cashmere and Serges
Clearing Sale Price nc, regular price 15c
Clearing Sale Price igc, regular price 25c
Clearing Sale Price 35c, regular price 39c
Clearing Sale Price 29s, regular price 50c
Our 59c Line of Fine Whipcords, Serges, Prunellas,
Etamines.and Basket Cloths go on this sale to clear out, at, .
a yard 45C
One of our prettiest assortments of High Grade Dress
Goods, stylish, up-to-to-date, worth $1.00 a yard. Now at
clearing sale price, a yard 09C
NOTE THIS That we are clearing out all our Summer Silks,
Grenadines, Challies, at loss than cost.
Dress Suit Cases at special price for this week $1.98 kind for
$1.50. Comes In olive color, heavy leather, corners brass riveted,
brass locks and catches, cloth lined with strap inside, t
leathef hnndles, size 22 and 24 inches. Priced at. . . . if) 1 ,50
Jonas Long's Sons.
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
from 7.30 to S.30.
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.J. J .J. .J. .J. J .J. , .. ,t , .j, 4, a,
I PBLSNER i
N.ic5ve.. Scranton, ra.
Old 'Phone, a33i.
New 'Plions, '2935,
ton; standard middlings. 200-pound nacks.
JJ.'.OO por tnn; Hour middling:,, 200-pound
siiciH, ?2l.iK) por ton; red dog, 110-pound
saclss, $2ti.W per ton.
Philadelphia Stock Market.
Philadelphia, July ai. Live Btnck-Re-celptB
for tho week: Cuttlu, 1,012; eliccp,
i.9a7; hogs, L',011, Cuttlo-J-Onod Htock in
limited supply nnd n shudo stronger;
common stock ruled lower; murkut nct
Ivo, enough to clean up all supplies.
Pennsylvania. Ohio and Vlrglnlu fur
nlshcded tho bulk of tho receipts. SU-ers
i;?.e8-t,7'SSnl,i choice,' 7.(i:'.7.73; good,
$7.57n7.r.O; medium. $ii.G0.i7; common. $3.S0a
I.; grnsseis. f.iiiil.C0: bulla. n.4(mn.7.v fnt
cows, ?3.Wai.r.O; thin cows, $?.30a2.73; milch
cows, JlOaM. Veul calves, stcndlor, J20.i
30; oxtra choice, 7',4nSc.j medium, liha
7Wo.i common, CuCc, shcop nnd Lambs
Market ruled nctlvo and llrmor; pieep
clipped wothtim. cxtrit. lUnlVp,; owes,
neavy rat, 2',.ali; medium. 2u3c; com
moil. lVi:i2Uc.! oivp9. Itruivv f.,1 'iniiii,
Smlllir 1,'Unbs. rnnumin In nlinlr.n iii.xr.rj,.'
iVj A'm "ourhy. 04a7c, I logs Western,
lOUailc.; dressed Mock steers. lOJSalSVic:
Blieep, 7nl0c; cows, Sa9a: spilng lambs,
lOaloc.j veal calves, OHulOc; hogs, Ua
At Chicago twelvo Innings R.II.E.
Chicago , ,...0 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 6 17 4
Pittsburg ......300 1101O00O 2-S 15 3
Batteries W. Williams and Kllng; Tan
nchlll und dimmer. Umplro O'Day, At
At St. Louis R.H.13.
St. Louis ..,., 010100000-2 g 3
Cincinnati ..,,, 0000040020 10 2
Batterleb-M. O'Neill nnd J. O'Neill;
Ilahn and IJergen. Umpire Ilrown. At
nV MMM MAM-ttj. nt MM.- I,, nil ! . A &
Bd colors, value 59c, Clearing Sale
ior mis wcck, ouy mem ait cacn
All This Week
77VESS ENTBRPRISINQ DEALERS CAN
SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS OP EVERY
CHARACTER PROMPTLY AND SATIS
FACTORILY. FOR SALE
nUGCIES and WAGONS of all kinds; also
Hmisca and Building Iots at bargains.
HOUSES CLIPPED and GROOMED at
M. T. KELLER
Lackawanna Carriage Works.
SECURITY BUILOINQ &34VINQ9 UNION
Home Office. 208-209 Mcars Buildlnff.
We a.re iruiturinK shares each month which
show a net gain to the investor of about 12
per cent. Wo loan money. Wo also issue
l'lJLI. PAID STOCK $100.00 per share, inter
est payable semi-annually.
ALBERT BALL, Secretary.
E. JOSEPH KUETTEL.
rear 511 Lackawanna avenue, manufacturer ol
Wire Screens of all kinds; fully prepared for
the sprin; season. We make all kinds of
porch screens, etc.
General Contractor, Builder and Dealer In
Building Stone, Cementing of cellais a spe
cialty. Telephone 2502.
Office, 327 Washington avenue.
the scranton vltripied brick
and Tile Manufactures Company
Makers of Pjvins Brick, etc. M. II. Dale,
General Sales Agent, Office 329 Washington
ae. Works at Nay Aug, Pa., K. tc W. V. lt.lt.
SHORT SEA TRIPS
A few days can be pleasantly spent
In a trip to
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Washington, D. C
OLD DOMINION LINE
Steamers sail dally except Sunday
from PIer 20, North River, foot of
Bench street, New York.
Tickets, Including meals and state
room accommodations, JS.00 one way,
$13,00 round trip, and upwards.
Send stump for Illustrated book.
OLD DOMINION STEAHSHIP CO.
81 Beach Street, New York, N. Y.
H. B. WALKER.
Traffic Jlunager. J. J. BROWN,
General Passenger Agent.
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent for tho Wyoming District for
lilolns, DlJJtlnjr, Sporting, Smokeless and , th
Itepaurto Chemical Company's
Safety fuse, Capa and Eaploders, lloom 401 Cou
ncil UullJlnj (Scranton.
JOHN n. SMITH k 60S
K. V, MULLIQA.V ,.,.,
At, West New York, N. J. Jersey City.
0; Rochehtcr, D.
At Montreal Toronto, 2; Montreal, 1.
At Providence Providence-Worcester;
At Newark Buffalo, 6; Newurk, 6.
At Newark Buffalo, 13; Nowark, S.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
In effect June 18, l&Oi.
Trains for Cnrbondnto leave Scran ton, at
C,H, 7.3S, 8.30, 10.13 a. m.l 12.05, 1.12, 2.11, 3.G0,
6.29, 0.25, 8.24, 9.15, 10.01 p. III.! 12.18, 1.38 ft.m.
. For lionosdalo 0.U, 10.13 a. m. 2.11 uml
t.29 p. m,
, For Wllkes.narro-O.ns, 7.t. 8.41, 6.47,
iO.K) a. in.: 12.03, 1,42, 2.18, 3.2S, 4.35; 6.10,
7.48, 10.41, 11.40 p, m.
. For I.. V. n. n. rolnls-7.il, 0.47 a. m.
2.18, 4.05 nnd 11,49 p, m.
For Pennsylvania n. Tt. PolnU-6.J8,
0.47 a. m.l 1.42, 3.2S and 4.35 p. m.
For Allmiiy nnd all points north 7.36 a.
m. and u.W p. m.
For Cnrbomlnlo 8.50, 11.33 a. m.S 2.11,
3.W, 5.62 nnd 11.17 p. m.
. For Vllltcs-Unrro-0.3S a. m,; 12.03, 1.53,
3.28, 0 32 nnd 9.17 p. m. .
For Albany nnd points north 3.50 p. m.
For lloncsdnlo S.D0 a. m.; 11.33 and 3.BJ
W. L. PrtYOn, D. r. A.. Bcranton, Pa.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
in EfTcct Juno 15, 1D0.'.
Trains Leave Sciunloti.
Tor, Philadelphia and Now York via D.
& II. R. R nt 7.41, through Parlor Car
and Day Coach Cnrbomlnlo to Now York
and 0.47 n. tn with L. V. Couch Carbon
dalo to Philadelphia, and 2.1S, 4.33 (Blnck
Diamond Express), nnd 11.49 p. m. Sun
days, D. & II. R. n J .BR, 9.17 p. m.
l-'or White Haven, llnssloton nnd princl.
pal points In tho coal rcgloinvvla D, & II,
R. R 7.41, 2.18 and 4.35 p. m. For Potta
vlllc, 7.41 a. m.
For Bethlehem, Enslon, Rending, Har
risburg and principal Intermediate, sta
tions, via D. & 11. it. R 7.41, 9.47 a. m.:
2,18, 4.33 (Black Diamond Express), 11,43 n.
m. Sundays, D. & H. R. r o.38 a. m.t
l.DS, 9.17 p. m.
For Tunkhannock, Towandn, Elmlrn,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intcrmcdlntu
stations via D., L. & W. R. R 0.33 a. m.
and 1.53 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niag
ara Falls, Chicago nnd all points west via)
D. &. II. R. R.. 12.0:1 p. m'.; 3.28 (Black "
Diamond Express). 10.41. 11.49 p. m. Sun
days. D. & II R. R., 12.03, 9.17 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Vnlloy Parlor cars on all trains between
Wllkes-Barro nnd Now York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN II. WILBUR. Gon. Supt., 28
Cortlnnd street. New York.
CHARLES S. I.ER, Gen. Pas3. Agt., 24
Cortland streot. New York. .
A. W. NONEMACHElt, DIv. Pass. Agt..
South Bethlchom, Pa.
For tickets and Pullmnn reservations
npply to city ticket offlco, C9 Publlo
Square, Wllkes-Barro. Pa.
Central Bailroad of New Jersey,
In Effect Juno 29, 1902.
Stations In Now York, foot Liberty,
street and South Ferry, N. R.
Trains lcavo Scranton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Easton, Rothlehcm, Allen
town, Mnuch Chunk, White Haven, Ash
ley, Wllkos-Barro and Pittston nt 7.30 a.
m., 1 p. 111. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7.30 a. m., through solid vcstlbulo train
with Pullman Buffut Parlor Car for Phil
adelphia with only ono change of cars
for Bnlttmoro and Washington, D. C, and
all principal points south nnd west.
For Avocn, Pittston and Wllkes-Barro,
1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, ' etc.,
7.30 nnd 1 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg
via Allentown nt 7.30 a. m., 1 p. m. and
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Tnmaqua nnd Pottsvllle, 7.30 a, m.
1 p. m. and 4 p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at
W. O. RESSLER. Gen. Manager.
C: M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Schcdulo In Effect Juno 16, 1902.
Trains leave Scrnnton: 0.3S a. m., week
days, through vcstlbulo Ualn from
Wilkes-Uaire. Pullman buffet parlor car
and conches to Philadelphia, via Potts
vllle; stops at principal Intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunbury, Har
rlsburg. Philadelphia. Baltimore. Wnsh.
lngton and for Pittsburg and the West.
9.47 a. m., week days, for Sunbury, Har
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington und Pittsburg and tho West.
1.42 p. in., week davs, (Sundays, 1.G8 p.
m.), for Sunbury. Harrisburg, Phlladel-
Ehia, Baltimore, Washington and' Pitta
urg and tho West.
3.28 p. m., week days, through vcotlbulo
train from Wllkes-Barro. Pullman buffet
parlor car and coaches to Philadelphia via
Pottsvillo. Stops at principal Intermediate
4.35 p. m., week days, for Hnzleton, Sun
bury. Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Pltts
J. B. HUTCHINSON. Gen. Mgr.
J. B. WOOD, Gon. Pass. Agt,
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect Juno 1, 190.'.
Trains leuvo Scranton for Now York
At 1.50. 3.20, 0.05, 7.00 and 10.10 a. m.; 12.40,
3.40, 3.33 p. m. For New York and Phila
delphia 7.50, 10.10 a. m., and 12.40 and 3.33
p. m. For Gouldsboro At 0.10 p. m. For
Buffalo 1.15, 6.22 nnd 9.00 a. m.; 1.53, 6.50'
and 11.10 p. m. For Blnghumton, Elmlra
nnd way stations 10.23 a. m., 1.05 p. m.
For Oswego, Syracuso nnd Utlca 1.15 nnd(
6.22 11. m.; 1.53 p. m. Oswego, Syracuso
nnd Utlca train nt 6.22 a. m. dally, oxcept
Sunday. For Montrose 9.00 a. m.; 1.03
and 6.50 p. m. Nicholson accommodation
4.00 ana u.u p. m.
Bloomsburg Division For Northumber
land, at 6.35 and 10.10 a. m.: 1.55 and 6.10
p. m. For Plymouth, at S.10 a. m.; 3.40
and 9.03 p. m.
Sunday Trains For Now York, 1.50, 3.20,
6.05, 10.10 n. m.; 3.40 and 3.33 p. m. For '
Buffalo 1,13 nnd 6.2.! u. m.; 1.55, 6.50 nnd
11.10 p. m. For Elmlrn nnd wny stations
10.25 u. m. For Blnghamton and wny sta-
tions, 9.00 a. m. Bloomsburg Division
Lcavo Scranton, 10.10 a. in. and 6.10 p. m.
Erie Railroad Co., Wyoming Division
Trains lcavo Scranton for Hawloy nnd
local stations nt 8.15 u. in., 1,33, 5.20 and
7.53 p. m. Sundays, ut 9.00 a. m. and 1.33
p. m. 1
For Now York, Ifoncsdalo and Inters
mediate points, at 1 33 p. m.
Trains nrrlvo ut Scranton nt S.30 a. m.
3.0D, 7.S5 nnd 0.13 p. m. Sundays, 1.00 p. m.(
nnd 8.15 p. m.
New York, Ontario and Western.
Tlmo Tablo in Effect Sunduy, Juno 13, 1S02.
11 NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
T .rfl vn T rtn im A ..
No. 1 .
No. 3 .
No. 7 ..
No. U .
Sciuntou. Carbondalo, Cadosln.
10.30 a. m. 11.10 u. m. l.oo p. m
, 4.00 p. m. 4.41 p. m. 6.00 p. m
0.10 p. m.Ar.Cnrbondalo 6.4t! n.in
SOUTH BOUND. l,m
Lcavo Lcavo Arrlvo
Cadosla. Carbondalo. Scranton
ti 50 11. in. 7.25 n. in'
. S.to n. m 10.01 a. m. 10.40 a. m
k'n "J 2.10 pm. 4 00 p.m. 4.45 p. m
HUJNJ-'Ala v..i.i, uuntii iiVUlSU,
Leave Lcavo Anlva
Trains. Bcinnton. Carbondalo. Cadosla
No 9 S.30 a. in. 9.10 p. in. 10 43 a. m.
No. 5 7.00 p. m.Ar.Cnrhondalo 7.43 n m
r,o. a.... SOUTHBOUND. ' '"'
Leuvo Lenvo Anlva
Trains. Cudosla. Carboudale. Scrnnton.
No. II t..i0a. m. 7.2."in.m
No. 10 4.30 p.m. b.oop. m. 0.43 p. m.
Trains rsos, i on wuuk unys, nna a on
dletowu, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Os
wego nnd nil points west.
Tinln 3 for Poyntelle, Walton, Dollil.
Sidney, Norwich and all Now Berlin
Train No, 0, with "Qunkcr City Ei-
press" at Scranton, via C. R. R. of N, J
for Philadelphia, Atlantic City. Baltimore
Washington and Pennsylvania stata
Sco tlmo-tnblo nnd consult ticket agents
for connection! with other lines.
J. C. ANDKRSON. O. P. A.. New York.
J. E. WELSH. T. P. A.. Scranton. Pa.
Itooms 1 nnd S
, SCRANTON, PA.
MINING AND BLASTING
Hade at Moosio and ltushdalo WorU.
Laflln & Eand Powder Co.'
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Uectrlo Uitlcrtcs, Ulectrla lUpIoders, tx.
plod in j lllajts. Safety Fuie,
REPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S
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