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TIIE SCKAXTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1804.
GENERAL NEWS .
OF INDUSTRIES
The now electrical worki of the
Westinghouse company, euet of Brlu
ton itation, will be dedicated next Sep
tember. Preparations Are being made
for a red-lotter dar. as the comrmnv
will not spare energy or money for its
success, it nas ueeu urrnnt'-'a to Have
the dedicatiou take place during the
national encampment, and all the vet
erans will bo Kiven nil invitntion
to attend. Prebident Cleveland
und tniinjr other notables con
nected with the national govern
ment will be invited, and llon.'fliomtg
B. Heed will be asked to make an ad
dress. The wires of the Vstinjrhovne
employes in the Pittsburg shops will
serve the 3i iner, and it will be spread
on tables iu the upper stories uf the
new Driuton works. There are to be
a uuiaber of bands of music; the dec
orations will be complete and the elec
trical display will be worth goiug
utiles to see. These works are perhaps
the largest elestrical worki iu the
world.
A falliug off of 23 par cent, has al
ready been noted by the large carriage
fuclories since the trolley cuna in
vogue; and now comes a London in
veutur who wants us to believe that bo
has devised a rchetue which will make
horses back numbvrs altogether. His
scheme is for an electrical ourriage.
The sells, which weigh 500 p unds,
are stored nuder the seats and suflicient
power on be carried to propel the ma
chine upward of 80 miles at the rate of
eighteen milos an hour, over average
roads, and with four people aboard,
any intermediate speed being attaina
ble. The "striker." at th driver's loft
band sets the motor at work, the lever
in front of the driver applies the power
totho car by a oarefully graduated
and ingenious friction genr; this
is pructically the very esseuce
of the construction. The car is
steered by ineaus of a small
wheel on the front lever, and there is
unlimited brake power at the driver's
foot. Tue tires are built to the design
of the inventor by the Leyland com
pany. They are twenty-four iticbes In
diameter by four in width. The total
weight, including cells, i 1,000 poauds,
and it may be moved by hand with
the greatest eose, the fruuis being of
cycle material throughout, including
ball boariugs everywhere. The body
is of ordinary wood.
I: is the general impr ssion that no
coal is mined iu Mfxico. Tnis it n uiis
take; the fant is that Mexico ieuJj
coal to the United States. It is not
s-nt in large qii.tutitios, but a consid
erable portion of the output of the
mines nt Salinas, Siu F-'lisse, Hondo
Mid A1.IU1') is sent to the United States
over the Mexican Iaternuiional rail
road, and outers thronirh the port of
Piodras Negras. Thu difficulty or min
ing.the poor quality of tue pro-luct, nud
thelack ottrauiiportation facilities have
delayed and evn stoppod operation in
the coal fluids of soum districts. The
most valuable coil mines yet found in
Mexico are near S in Marci.il, nloii the
Gulf of California, xtondin north to
tne Arizona line. Tne coal from this
region is all anthracite or scuii-anth-r.icitf.
An English company was
ur.inted a concession of 4 IWO.OM acres
in the district, but failing to comply
with the Hjjruemii!s, the concession
was givuu to a M.-xic.tn omruny.
One reason for the loyalty of the
Pennsylvania liiilroad comptny's em
p'.ovi's, as Bhown by the fact that in
B-vnieen years mere nas not been a
Btrike of any magnitude on that sys
tem, is explained by John F. Miller.
g-Mier-il sup-nntendeut of the Pennsy's
xouth weett-ru lines, to be due to tbo co
incidence tnat not in tho lift twenty
yrars had tho pay car f.iile I to be nt a
crtaiii point on a certain day of eac'.i
mouth, and tho pay train did not from
in until to man ill fail to beatsnca
point on the tnni scheduled. The pay
trains on tne Pennsylvania lines ur
bcht duled to run on certain days, and
on time as cirtTully as are other
trains, and every employe knows just
what hour of each month In can ut
lis pay. While nil over the country
the railway compinios are paying witii
much greater regularity than a few
y curt) ago, thsro is not on many roads
as much pnins taken to hava the pay
car at certain points regularly each
month. Another point in favor of
Pennsylvania methods is that it is bet
ter to rednco the force than to cut the
pay of the men; consequently through
thu depressed times the Pennsylvania
lines have made no redaction iu pay of
trainmen.
Pittsbnrg advices say: For the ficst
time in more thnu a year there is a
genral operation of the iron and steel
mills of this vicinity, and the same is
true of other iron districts. This week
there has been more work done in
Pittsbnrg mills than in any other one
week during the past fifteen months.
With very few exceptions, all the mills
tire running full time, employing all
their hands. Iu addition to the general
resumption among the mills, the blast
furnaces in blast have been
increased from six to iifteen in
the Pittsburg district, and the in
ciease in output amounts to 21.110
tons. Tiw increase here of furnaces in
1 1 ist was 9 of the 15, and the increased
output of pig iron was 1S.1H tons in
the Pittsburg district. Secretiry John
H
1 I
mm
"THIS2 ARE MY JEWEL3,"
said tho Ilouiau matron, pointing
to her children. The joy of moth
erhood is often paid for by the
loss of strength. The Hammer is
so weakening to the motherso
trying to the child.
A little of
Johauu UolFs Malt Extract
taken by the mother gives her
strength and allays the peevish
ness of the child. Look lor t he
signature of "Johanu IloiP' on
nock label. None other is ,enu
ino. Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole
Agenta, New York.
i I i
IL . "It" I I II ' I V - I
C. Killgallon. of the Amalgamated as
sociation, states that there is more
work being done in the mills, and more
mills in operation tlian since March
and April 18!):i. There has been con
siderable improvement, he says, al
though neither the manufacturers or
men are satisfied with the conditions.
The manufacturers are inclined to br
lieve that tht improvement will con
tinue, and probably expand into some
thing better.
Minor Industrial Notes:
It is now estimated that seventeen lives
and H'W.OOa worth of property have been
lost tlirougli the strike.
It is feared there will bn a coal famine
in the northwest next winter, unless a
cuttltMiient of tho strike difllcnltlos is soon
reached, as tie stocks aro very low.
A nw style of coal car is iu use on the
New York, Kuaquehnnuu and Western. It
is what is known as a brainless brake car,
one iu which tho hrako beam is Bbjlislied
and tho brake shoe ij attaobed to the
framo.
The aggregate of gross earning of all
roads in the United States reporting for
the first week of July is $1, Us I, TOM, a de
crease of 27 per cent. The loss is wholly
on roads affected by the Pullman sympa
thetic otnke.
For the first half of 1S94. wholly or in
part, the earnings of KIT roads, operating
I'.'WU miles iu the Ctiited States, were
5-Xi'.l,f22,4."ili, a decrease of 17.0 per cout.,
and if six Canadian and Mexican roads are
adilivl, tho earnings for the year thus far
are $,177,'.70,77S. aud the decrease 10.5 por
cent.
Tho big stack at No. 3 furnace, of the
Carbon Iron and Steol company, Parry
ville, on which work has bson in 'progress
for some time, has boon completed, "it is
1WJ foot high. Other improvements are to
bo made to this furnace, among them be
ing two large new ovens.
William K. Reinhurt, iuside foreman nt
the Hickory Hidgo mine, near Hliamokiu.
has boon trantferrod to Punnaylvunin col
liery to tako the place mndo vacant there
by the doath of iusitlo superintendent Pe
ter K, Junes. John Ho wells, one of the
under bosses at the liulge, is now rilling
L'oromau Ueiuhsi t's former position.
it is bold thut a factor of considerable
importance to tho Heading is tho recent
decision of the supreme court of Pennsyl
vania, by which a corporation Holding the
stocks or other corporations is freed from
paying tho tuxes on these- stocks. The
l!nding holds a larL'e number of tuesi.
and has beou paying a double tax, so to
speak.
The now class "P" enciues on tho Penn
sylvania are making line record?. They
are built at the Juniata shops, especially
lor puinng truius on tne mountain, but
recently one lias baen put in service be
tween Philadelphia and Jersey City, where
it is surprising the mechanical department
wicu tne ease it reaches a high speed with
utav.v express trains,
itollin H. Wilbur now hns charge of the
operating department of tho LeuigU Val
ley system, 11. 11. Kincston, in tho ab-
sruco of (iouoinl Traill a Manaser John
Taylor, is nt the head of the traflio depart
ment, subject to instructions from Vice
President Uarrett, and the pnsseuger de
partment nas as its chief executive Cnarlos
E. Lee. All are young men.
There are those who profess to believe
that tho big scheme of an electric trolley
system oetween iuw lork nuU Philadel
phia is a move on the part of the Pennsyl
vania ranroau to Ueaa olt competition
from electric lines which might bo hostile
to tho company. Humors to this effect
have beeu repeatedly denied by Pennsyl
vania railroad cltici'ils, but those who first
formed this theory have not had their
views changed by these denials.
A deal has just been closed nt Ellwood,
Pa., which means the opening up of v;;st
cuai miuoii ami limestone quarries which
for years have remained uubroken. Sev
eral of the largest mauufai-tuiing compa
nies in that part of the part of tho am in
terested m lite buildlug of a connecting
railroad; from South Ellwood to North
Sewickley, thereby reaching the immense
co.il beds and limestoue quarries which
extend for miles undsr tho surface of the
lirouud from .North S6wickley to the lower
end of Ueaver countv, and upward to But
ler couuty as far as Evans City.
Two Liv. s Eaved.
HrB. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and tnat there was no hope for
her, but two bottlos Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her and she savs
it mvt-d her lire. Mr. Thos. Eguers, l";J3
Florida St., Han Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, npproachiug Consumption,
tried withont result ovcrything else then
nought one bottle of Dr. Kiug's New Dis
covery and in two weeks was cured. Ho
is naturally thankful. It is such results
of which these are examplos, that prove
the wonderful eliicacy of this mediciue in
Coughs and ;('olil.s. Free triaH bottlos at
Matthews Uros,, Drug store. Regular size
Mc. and $1.
Ci iik poh Cituri'. Use Dr. Thomas' Ec
lectncOil according to directions. It is
the best romedy for all sudden attacks of
cold, pain and iutlammatiun, aud in
juries. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Stock! and Bonds.
Kfcw Yonu, July l7.-0f today's totnl
sales of UliV-.'iO sbnros, 4".700 Hhares were
In American Sugar, 4V-15 in Distillers and
iu Chicago (ias, leaving a little over
52,uuu (-hares for the entire railway list and
other industrials. Tho featuro of tho mar
ket was the heaviness of Distillers, tho
stock breaking from to 18. There
was a rally to I'JJf on covering of short
contracts. The weakness was duo to Wash
ington advices that the compromise on the
distilled spirit schodule will bo unfavor
able for tho trnsf. Chicago Oas dropped
to 74' on the nnoniicomeut that tho
Chicago common . mncil has given a fran
chise to the Uui rsal (ins company, the
latter to furnish the city with gas at 70
cents por thousand. American Sugar foil
to U'J;, recovered to 100' and declined to
nud closed nt 9:Ji. Tue stock is still
sensitive to Washington uews. The rail
way list held well until the Inst hour or so
wheu a doclino of to 1 percent, occurred
iu sympathy with the weaknoss in the In
dustrials. The fenling on railway stocks
is by no means bearish. The closing was
rather weak owing to the heaviness of the
Industrials. Net changes show loises of
4 to V,i por cent.
I'ii9 iijiiiiwinif cnmpieto talilo snowing the
cly a-.ictiiations m active Blocks la suupllnil
aud revised dally hyl.aHar fuller, stock
urokoi-s, 1-1 Wyumitiis avenue:
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Chicnao Grain and Provision.
Ft nAXTCW. .Ililv IT Tha flln,l
tlousars supiillud aatl eorreoted dally by La
Itnr H fuller. stock: brokors,Ul .Wyoralaavs
uue. WHEAT. J,,i.v o.4 r.
Ot.onluu &fl" 6744 (Uti
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tx) 67J mi
Lowest tfili 57U
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I HUOUT K111S.
Opening I'tn mil
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New York Produce Market.
New Yokk, July 17,-Fl.ouit-Dull,
easy.
VnttAT Fairlv active. iz,ta. lowers
No. 2 red store and elevator, fiS'c;
aiioat, wiirAiiifl.; 1. o. u., DVaf''J4c. ;
ungraded rtd, oOuMc; No. 1 nortuern, 07c;
options cloeil weak at below
yesterday; No. 2, ivil,July. 5Sc; August,
SSJh'c.: September, tWc.JJecoinbor, (14c.
, cokn Dull, easier, closiuir firm; No. 2,
47;,4'a4!ic,, elovntor; 4Sa4M.jc. ; alloat; op
tions were dull and lower; July,
47'xc. ; August, iS:. ; aoptemhor, 47).jC. ;
December, 45c,
Oats Dull, nominally Initio, lower,
oiitn n', dull, lower, weak; July, 4il';4c.;
August, t3;c.; September, 3'J;';e.:
No. 2 white July, lljo. ; spot prices, No.
2. 48c; No. 2 white, fiUcj No. 2 Chicago,
4Ui!.; No. 3, 4!)c; No. 3 white, 4.1c; mixed
westeru,4sa5Dc.;whlte do. aud white state,
4SU.10C.
Ukkk Inactive, firm.
Tiukceu llKiiv yuiet.
Cl T ilKAT.s-yuioi, steady.
LAiiu--(Juiet, steady: western steam
J7.3U; city.tiJiC.; July, $7.25; September,
7.2i1; rellued, dull; continent, 7.il0;
South Amorica, 7.S.1; compound, CaO'c.
PoitK (Juiot, tlriu.
llUTTeu yuiet, fancy, firm; slnto dairy,
12.-17c: do. creamery, 14Vtfal7c.; Penn
sylvania, do., H!al7jo.; western dairy,
lOnl lc. ; Uo. creamery, 13al7Jc.; Elgi.is,
17al7Xc ; imitation creamery, llJinHVjC.
Ciikksk Cuiet, steady.
Eons .Moderate demand; fancy, firm;
state and Pennsylvania, I2al2c; west
ern frtsh, llall.' j'c; do. per case, Sla2.SU.
Philade'.phiu Tallow Uarkst.
Thiladem-hia. July 17.-Tallow was
dull and uunhuuged. Prices were: Prime
city in hogBlieuds,4ia4,c; prime country,
in barrels, 4jgc; do. dark in barrels, 3;i4a
4c; cakes, 4'ac; grease, 3c.
while using beef-tea, calfs-foot
jelly, and various beef extracts
made by application of heat.
They contain no nutrition
whatever, and cannot restore
vitality.
holds in solution the . albu-
moids aud salts of lean raw
meat, prepared by a cold nroc-
ess containing the life-sustaining
and tissue-building
properties of meat itself, yet
in the most condensed form.
Endorsed by 25,000 physicians.
For sale by all druggists.
THE BOVIN1NE CO., NEW YORK.
Is an Improvement in Soap.
In the Trolley Soan old mellioiln
and materials are superseded by new
ones. The Trolley Soap leaves the
clothes sweet und clean and lusts lonirer
than other soaps.
Ask Your Grocer for It.
If lie does not keep it send us order for
20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
or for a Box loo cakes 75 pounds $4.50.
Joseph p. Thorny Elinton,
227 Chestnut Street, Phila.
ilKIIMMMtK it'
RtGISl tREDi
Made a well
Man of
we."
IiluArU Vl
a mm
1IIK flKfcA'i1
HINDOO REMEDY
I'KUDl'CKSTIIK AHUVK
ItKsl Mrt n no iur.
NttrvuiiH 1Ihv
iiwb nil fl.
hull hi
rt Mi.,,..-.. X "I
tt)chnuikt'iniifniiK,ana qnU-kly but miii'ly rcMtori'it
"""" nmn mi oiii 111 umitf, 1.(1 HI IV fan ll'll HI wn
porkft. lilfo.M Hpnckniff. Kixforri.OwltUn
writ ten tfiinrfliitcf future or mmtey rffimdrtl. P-Jti't
Iwt , nuy uiim mi l.U d dnifrvUt w'H you kiml fj
fniffiriii. lntilftunlmvinBlNlAI-noTuothcr. fl
ll HIIX MOT II t It. Wll Will t-nil ii. I.v nll m..i f. .(..
nfinleo, riimplili't iHHi'HWaimTf'lupe fret?. AtJlro:M
4)rluiil4ilMdlfttlCu.,tnitM.tUilavgt III., troarMni
bUi-D uy Malthcwn Hru., Wholesale and Retail
'"fv"-, o,niwwn, ri,( uia oilier Lead
lug Urufigists.
JO 0dyf uidtrfiitnntf, btckxl fcj ('JU,lxiut,.j. ; '
p. 4 niiiviru'iif ana iw-puv bnok, illmtrMftl tron Bir ;
9 n hUtrntn lUNAl.Hiral hvih.n.ll Wh.. 11. lit
u4 rtrjiiui, our Mnslo Runiedv win Ij
n f-fUlK Ulrn.'i.v .... ... V'
iiiiluiulii.j'irii)iwB-Muiu'''lw-'JWir'-r"."
i.-,- w.- - " - - r'-f--'--"rliJnriMi
J HANY
f Starve )
TO DEATH
The Original Raw Food !
..1. 1 O 9
m BLOOD mmi """Xj
$1180i G'ven Away g
On August 15th, 1894, to consumers of
Gail &Ax's NAVY Lons Cut TOBACCO.
ALSO 50 KI.KOA.NT GOLD WATCHES.
75 1IANDSOM10 MANTKIi CLOCKS.
100 KI.EGANT MCKKIi WATCH ICS.
Save your Empty Paper Wrappers.
Your Dealer can furnish full particulars.
f0 Kf M
ID
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
iMn PnTA5CIIIM
nnu i vinuuiuiti
Makes
Marvelous Cures
Str in Blood Poison
Rheumatism
ftrand Scrofula
P. P. P. purlllos thciblood, bnlldsnp
tlio uruk umj (lehllltulQil, (jlvos
ttretiKtli to wi-akciietl iiurvna, eipel
(lisHusLH,KlvluKiho pittliint houltQ und
ii:tii'lrit.-t whoro Blcknenn, i;lui)iny
fculiuxmnd luxaltuUe Urt prevullod.
l-'or irliiiary.Hi-tionutiry und tHrtinry
iyphllis, lirl)lootl pulHunliiK, niorcu
rial tiolson, iiialarin. ily.ipi-;isiu, and
In all lilutnl itn-.l Hkln tliieutmit, Ukv
bhituUes, pltn',ilt9, uhl chruulo uluorii.
tottt-r, m--ald hi;iil, bulls, eryHlitflau.
fcfzi'iiui- wo tuny Hiiy, without fiar of
C"j;itruOk-tk)li,tli.it P. 1'. P. In the limit
blood I'tirllliT Wi llio world, hiiU niHku
po.-Altlvo, Hpeudyaud puriiiauuut eurus
Iu all u:ien.
Jji'lloi whtise sy8i.niH nre tiuisoned
mid wiioBe blood ih in an iiupuru oohoI
tlon. dun to immslruul lrnKUluritlr9,
nm peuullarly bont-lltod by tho wou-dt-rful
tonic and blood c-luuMiiir iiruij-ortii-sof
1. P. P. Prickly Ann, puke
Hoot and poia.Hsluiu.
H1-11INOHEI.U, Mo., Aug. 11th, lh'JII.
lean Hpeuk In tho hlKln-.it turm.i of
youruiHdiuiuu from my own nerHoual
knowlodKe. I witMaliei.-ted with boarC
(lni-it, (jloarlsy and rheumutlrm for
115 veurs, was trtmted by the very best
jihytii'iana una spint hundrudK of dol
Ium, tried tivery known remedy with
out UmiKiK rollef. I huvu only takua
one hottlo of your P. P. P., und can
cheerfully my lb haa done me mors
food thun anything 1 havo ever taken,
c.-iu rucoiumund your mediciue to all
uufiercr ot thi ubove dlaeanes.
MRS. M. M. YKABY.
6pr jglluld, Green Couuty, Mo.
MT. PLEASANT
AT RETAIL.
Coal of tho boit quality f jr domestic use, and
ci nil aizea, aenyereu in any pari oi in citj
i lowest price.
Orders left at my office,
XO. 118, 1VVOMINO AVENUE,
Roar room, first floor. Third National Bank,
or sent by mail or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention.
Special contractu will be made for the aaii
ml delivery or Kuckwuoat CouL
WM. T. SMITE
Maloney Oil and Manufac
turing Company
Have roinoved their oflico to their
Warerooius,
NUMBERS
HI, 143,145,147,149, 151
MERIDIAN ST.
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8034
JiniEU 8R0E CO.. Inc'p. rapltnl, $1,000,000.
B12ST (tl.fio SHOE IN TUE WOULD.
A dollar tuttd it a dollar earned."
Thla Ladles' Solid French Dungola Kid But
ton Uoot delivered freennywhoro In tho U.S.,ou
roceipt ot Caen, .Money iirdor,
or I'ustal Nolo for tlM.
Kqttnls every way tho hoots
aold la all retail stores fur
t.MI, . inuku this bnot
ourselrrs, thereforo we guar'
anter tho lit, itult and wear.
and If uny one is not sal It ll i d
o will refund the money
or seud another pair. Opera
100 or l onunun uenite.
widths (.', I E, S IiK,
sues 1 lo I und half
Izes. benduinirniat;
Ik. Wt U-if tit vtm.
rjlVIIIuMratcd
cata-log-us
Dexter Shoe SAMliTs:-
Enooroco bt Th( HroHtsT Medical AuTHonmu
SfjEllTTiOLlNHiTO
.'SMaCATARRH
if-
nEpCHESK
iuia uiriiuui
lxrrAi.FR will cure you. a
frein Colds, Unru'l'liroiit,
. - . ..UCIIII IS,
orHA V t'KVKIt. Al'ont'
fmmrttlattrtM. AuelUclent
. , n-iucMy. convenient tocarry
In pocket. rendT to n on But tiniicaiioii of cold,
t'onlliined Vto KBV-cIs Icrinnnrot Cure.
HI ceuti H. V CUSHMInV iifr.: Ihrei fifflTi
OUSHUAN'B
nlLNTHOL 1,,,l"J"'r','"t f'"1 rfmody for
gudsor hyniiiil i-repwd. Ail.lremnl)ov... dALP.1
I'm- anlo by Mattliotra Uros. und John
II. I'liolps.
SPRING
' HOUSE
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. CKOFUT.... Proprietor.
mlllS IIOUSK la strictly toinporancfl, la new
I und well furnished and Ol'ENKD TO
'11IK 1'UUI.K; TUB YKAB UuUND: Ii
locnted midway bjtweon Monlroieun I Heran
ton, mi Montrose nud Laukawiinn Riillruad,
six niiloH from I)., Ii, & W. It R, at Alford
Bl at lou, and live in I lot from Mmtroio; -a-luicity,
Hiu-hty. live; three minutes' walk t rum
It. it. atntiou.
iOOI IIOAT. 1 IS1IINO TACKLE, &c,
IK IK TO O L'lCS 1 8.
Altitude abuns 2,0110 foot, aquallinir In this
reiuct the Adirondack and Cattkill Moun
tains. Hue grovei, plonty of ahnle and beautiful
scenei v, milking a Hummer Hesort uuez
celled In beauty and oheipnoas.
LliiuciiiK pavilion, awinrs, croquet ar nund-i,
&i: I'olU Mpiitigr Water and plenty of Milk.
Kates, 7tu 10 per week. til. SO uer
day. r
Kxcnrsion tlckata aold at all stations on D
L. Si W. lines.
Porttr in outs all train.
Pimnlps RlntP.hns
Catarrh, Malaria
and Kidney Troubles
Are ntlr'Jy ri'inofou by 1M.S.
Prickly Ah, Poke Hoot und Potas
Blum, tue greatest blood puriUor on
earth.
ABitinnN, O.. July SI,
Mnsaiei. Ln-fMAN HiiOH. , baviinnuh.
Ou. : DFAit Mus I buuiihi u bottle of
?our P.P. P. ut Hot HirlnKx,Aik. ,nnd
than done me moru t,n th.-tn three
DioittbH ti-eutmeiitut the Mot Hprlui;.
Hend three bocdea ( i. U.
lltauectlully yuura,
JAM. M. NKWTON,
Aberdeen, llruwu Couuty, O.
4'Ult. 1. It. JolllltlOE.
To oil vhoni it vt'iy ro'ji-er.'i I horo
bv testify to the wonderful properties
of P. P. P. lor eruptlou.i of Mienkin. 1
Buffered for everrtl yo.ira Willi un un
ttlKbtlyend dlnaim-euhle eruption oa
my face. I tried every known reme
dy but In vain, until P. P. P. was used,
uud am now entirely cured.
(tilgued by) J. V. JOHNSTON'.
Bavuuiuu, OH.
Skin Cancer Cured.
TuHmony Jrotnthe ihyorof SiqulnJex,
8KQU1N, Tex., January M, IM-.x.
MK.isua. LiPfMAN Khos. , havannah,
Ou. : lhntUmtn1 havo tried your P.
P. P. loradlseaHoof theHkin, usually
know n ai bkln cancer, of thirty yi-ai-s'
BtnTiiilriK, ami fouuil isreuz rcllif: it
punllea the blood and reiuove-uill Ir
ritation from tiie eat ot the dou-aso
uud preyenti any apreadiutr of tho
eorei. 1 huvo taken llveor lx botih-3
und feel eonndenl that Another course
will etlect a cure. It na: ul!o relieved
me from Indication uud ututuucli
troubled. Your.i trulr,
CAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attorney ut Law.
Book on Biocd disgogcs mu Frcs.
ALL UltUQUISTS BELL IT.
LIPPMAN BROS.
PROPH1ETOH8,
Llppman'a Ului-k,StiTitnDolt, Gn
I9
O
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jfl
1
Bank of Scranton,
ORGANIZED 1872.
CAPITAL $200,000
SURPLUS.
$250,000
1
Tills banlt oirora to depositors every
facility wan anted by tliolr balances, basi
ness and responsibility.
Special attention (,-lven to btisincsa ao
couuta. Interest puld on time deposits.
WILLIAM CONNF1.T, President.
GEO. II. CATI.IN, Vlco-l-nsldenr,
WIM-IAM II. PttK. Cashlofc
DIUKCTOItS.
William foniioll, Genrirn If. Tntlln,
Alfred Hand. James Arcbbuld, Henry
llelln, Jr., HIlliHiu T. K.uitlt Lather
1 iii
TUB
TRADE
National Bank of Scranton
UlUAN'IZED ltfJi
CAPITAL $250,000,
SURPLUS $30,000,
FAMCEIi lUNKSl.tProIdent.
W.W. WATSON, Vice President.
A. B. WILLIAMS, (.'ushior.
miir.cTons.
Samuel Hint., jamk m- EvrnnAnT,
JitviNti A. Finch, I'ikhcr a Kim.ev,
JOBKI'H J. ,Ii:HtlYM, Jl. ti. KKMKItElt.,
ClUU, t'. llAil'uiiWii, John T. fomiiii.
W. W. Watson.
PROMPT, ENLRGETIC,
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bnnk InvHostho patrotiRgo of busiuoss
uiuu und tirms gnmiritlly.
Fhrtlnmlii'il
REVIVO
RESTORES VITALITY.
rroii uit
jlfc: ' Made
1-t.Uay. flMj
k'.,Well Man
15th I)ny.
J ot me.
THE GREAT ami, i)v.
produces the ubove results ln !!0 dnv. It ncti
powerfully and quickly, aires when all others tail
"ui i'v.iu .iit-l, 1 uttli ill'Dl, (lllll OKI
men will recover their youthful vitinr by indug
r.vivu. it nmcKiy anu surely rewtoreH Nervous-
lll'Ull t.riHt Vltaltfx V:. .!.!.. L...:
, , ,,upi( j , ,,ii,.,jr j.iiiinniiiiiH,
Lortt Power. Fallinu .Memory, Wastiiw Dlwasea. and
all effects of self-abuse or en-ess ami indlaeri tton.
which uullts one lor simly, business or niarrlaiie. It
not only cures by nUrtlim at the sent of disease, but
is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, oritur
lu bock tbo pink (rloiv to imlo t-lii'elts and re
storlnu the lire of youth. It wards off fiisanltv
and Cunsuiuiition. Insist ou hsvini: ItHVI O, ui)
oilier. It can be carried lu vest noi-Li-t liv moil
It 1 .00 pur paekuite, or six lor sn.OO, Willi a ponl
Uvo written Kiinrantee to cute or reruuil
She money. Circular tree. Address
MYAL MEDICINE CO., B3 River St., CHICAGO, ILL
For aalo by Matthews llroa,, DrutijUts,
kcranton, 1'a,
What Is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright
complexion? For it, use Pouoni'a Powder.
Third Nationa
BUSINESS AND
JPR0FESSIONAL
l-HY.su lAN.-i Al?VMiMs?
I )K. . KIiliABljKAfrrinrr'euioved to tiia
bl'r"UB,Ht',eet, tscrariton, I u. Uust ou
puaite court-house Sqiiaraj
A. J. COM Nfcl.L, oillco an WsshiUKtoo
f atenue, corner Spruca street, uvur
r ranclte u drtiK store, luidonco, Viue at.
B Jll to 1.M p. in. ttuuday, 2 to a p. in.
1)1'.. W. K 'aI.IJ-:X. Utiles' cor." liki
J wnuua mid VVusliiiurton lives. : over Loon,
ard shoo store; oilicu hours, IU to 1:1 a. in. und
W?..ht.p'i m,; "Vl!u'ulf i rusidoiice, Gil! N.
vuslniiKtou eve.
1 U. C. L. FHKV. I'ructi.-o ImTilod tiTTiTi
nini'"e"5 w tb" Lys' Kr- Nosu Throat;
omoe, U Wyomiutf ava ltebidouco, is Vine
l)Uv!e,- JA'1KS- la Washinifton Aveun-s
hours, 6 tut a.iu.. l.boMo a aud
to8 p.mKoMdonco;!!!!) Mudison avi-nu
jOlI VL. WENT,, v. i Ollioos S3 audTl'
trf ii n,1",,nw ' I'J'ildi.iar; residence 711
Madison ave; ..nice hours. iS to la, S to 1, 7 to
,' !','ay"1!,Wt'.H'.,!Vt'"i"t residence. A
specialty mado of (Ureases of tho uyo, ear, noun
aud throat and Kyiiecolo,?
I.AVt YKHS.
.1 I n AH ,,uw Rlld ;ll"ction of.
tin, " U ,a F b,I,,ruo nPIK'Hite Forest
thr .. i. "i",on' r"ltiiHia a specmlty
throUKbout I'eniisylvuuia; ruliublo coirespoud
eiits in every county. '
j ''iori1' l?t ,' ' t:' V""ruoy ami ;ounael."
wXlSi a T.e3,,aaUaiU
lioitACK li. HAWD,
w. ii. ji:ksup, .in.
I I ' II, I. AIU W A I.MM. T 1,'vai... ... "
i , j, , "oys aud ( ounselors at Law, Kcpublicaa
buhdmir, WushinKton av.. Seranton. i'a.
IjATTKlWO.V '&'yiu':o'x. 'Attorne"y"7n4
Lulidin bcruutun, l'a.
Himswpm. n. rATTBnso
ll.MAM A. M'li.cox.
A LFKKI) HANI), WILLIAM J. HANuTAtT
J torneys and ounw.-llors. Commonwealth
builihn Rooins ID, M and ::.
0! J?rr builclinjViiMhiii(,'t()n avenue
1 1 ''"'iVin, M ...''X : Lw""ollle,.s In Vrki
Lttil.liiitf, im Wushinnton avenue.
FKsA?KT- OKf.LL. Attorney t Law. toi
f --.L"1,Li "-fhnnco. ISrraiiton. 1'a.
: - " Vi!l!."" ' ton av., C. II. Wuare
IAMKS W. OAKFoitO. Attomov ot Law,"
Jrooui9 lit, w and IIS. l'omii,weu'ltb bT
SnraUE,-ii.'- 1'H)A,- Attorney ut Law."
IJOMIee. J17 Kprucest., Scranton. Fa.
I A. VVATltlis, Attorney t Law. tjj
li. Lackawaiiuajtir-. .S.ranjon. I'a.
I 1'. MIHTH, t ouii-.i-llor iit l ,.o..
rrwnsJjM, M Om.iunnwealth huiliiiiiB.
a. l'lTfiiEii Att,.-,,.. ... i
'"""Wealth liuilnitiK. Seruttton, l',i.
UCUMKdVs, ;KI Snruee st.
D
li
lii-.i'i.tiui.i.- a..". :
A . ' ""woiry- lAt.tllS !1IK0'
i!!. real estate security. 4IW Spruce.
B
i . KiLiijA.)!, Attornev at-Law, 1JU Vy
oiuinu' avenue, Scranton.
school.
OCilb7TLuFTil K LACK A WAN NA.'seT;
IJ ton, Fa., prepares boys und (jiris for collets
or business: thoroughly truius vouun children.
CutuUvutt ut iciiuoit.
Krv. TnoMAA M. Cans,
tt'ALTFII II. FlIEl.t,.
MISS WOi;CF.STi:it'S KlSUEItOARTKJt
and f-chool, il- Adams avenue. Fupil-i
rccelvel at all times. Ki-xttorui will opou
Soptetubor H.
iikm i.v-r.
rll. A. TAI-'T, U.D.S. HI North " WaslT
invton Ave. Spi-cinltv in I'orceluin
KoHtoralioim. Crown and Hridce Work.
f ". LAUMACH, burguuu Dentist," Ko, 115
. W
. Wyomini; ave.
. M. KTIfATToX.
iffl'- C"-il Fvflvin"'
LOANS.
rril.L HLiH HLIC baviuirs and Loan Asso
J ciatioii will loan ou in .uev on eio-h-r terms
nud pay you better on invustiuent than nny
other association, ('nil on S. N. CAl.LI.N
PKIi. IMnio Hank 1 u-ldinc-
M-:i;ds.
J. Ii. C'LAKK & CO., Seedsmen. Florists
V-J aud Nurtervinen; Etoro 14ii Washintrtou
avenue; preen horina.l3JJ North Main avenue;
More lelepliono TV.'.
TKAS.
MKAXD UNION 1K t o.. .lones Hros.
WIliK S( I1KI NS.
TOR. KUF.TTKIj, 5i" I.nckawnnnn avenue
ft Sel-antoli I'll n.-mol'.. ..r M'l... w-
IIOTFI.S AND l;lTAl TtANTs
'PUB W ESTM IN Sl'Llt, 117 1:1:1 Wyommz
L avn. Iioons heated with Pteam: ail mod
ern improvements. C. M. Tmdmab. Frop.
rpill-: ELK CAFE. I.iinl 1.7 Franklin uyo-
uue. i.uies reasonable.
I'. V.iMii.Kii. Proprietor.
1 Y L&XJil.jTr'.li IU I'ICIj.
, - " - .zii-.il 1 i, Manager.
Kistconth street, ono block eaat of llruadway.
uiuu .iuai c, iev k OI K,
American plan, S-Uuper day and upward.
CU)NE lluLSIC. Luropean plan; (;(Kid
' rooms, open day ud uiiht. Lur 'ui
piled uitu the best.
I'. II. mvXF,. rronrl.'tnr.
Wt 'KAN TON IiOL'SK. m ar J L. & . p.u.
V7 aeniter depot. Com'.ucled on t!ie Europe 111
plan. Virviiit K'di-n. I roprlotor.
JKANI) CENTI! Alt. '1 Ho i!iruo.-,t and Dei:
J ennlono I lioL.-l 1a Allentovvo. ..ii...
S- and per day.
ii iiik i. r,iiNi:ii, i'1-nprietor.
ai: i;rn: i s.
IiAVISA- liOl'l'l, Armilteol.H. Looms -Jl,
I ' "a and Commonwealth b'ld'ir. .Sera-itcMi.
L. WALI'l'.l:, Architect. Lilnary i.iiikI
I J inn. vouun aveinii'. Scvaiitou.
? L. HKOWN. Ar.-li It. Architect. Price
l uildiiii.ll V ailiinttoii Ave.,Seraut'ei.
.MISt'FI.I.AM OIS,
Al'F.lfS OUCHKSTUA - 51CS10 Fnlt
balls, nicnics. lartiow. reeeotion u-.ul.
dines and concei t work lnrnlslied. For terms
atldroffl K, .1. Hatter, comliu-tor. 11T Wyoming
live., over liiilliert's music utoro.
HOKTON n SWA UTS-WHOLESALE
lumber, Price huihii.iii Scinnton. Pa.
Ml-.UAliUEH LHOI'llI'.llS, PKINTKHS"
supplies, envelopes, paper bu-,-s, twine.
Warehouse, VM Washington avo., 8crantou,
Pn.
OHSK AND CAlililAUl'S l-'dli SALE
I I at l.:i:l Cniiotts even-.ie
D. L. FOOTF, Apent.
jUAMv P. HI!OW'. & CO.. WHOLE
I sain ileal. -rs in Wooihv.-uo. Cnribu'o un.l
Oii Cloth, ;$) W. Lackawanna avenue.
JZHA I'lNN .V M).S, liinlders and eoiitrnc
J tors, ards: Corner t dive r.t. and Ad.inn
live.; comer Ah st. and l'eiin aw., Siianton.
The- GENUINE New Haven
"Mathushek" Pianos
ESTABLISHED 1SC3.
Row York Vai ercioiiis No. SO
Fifth Avcuuo.
E. C. EICKEU & CO.,
Sole dealers in tbls section.
OITICE-ia Adams Avo., Telephone BTd'tf
Eareka Laundry Co.
Con Linden St. end Adams Ava.
COUKI Uouss ByuAitu.
All kinds ot Laundry wotk KnHrnntl
the boat.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
KCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., MANUFACTURERS Oif
Locomotives ami Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office, SCRANTON,
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Ant'.racito coal used exclusively, insitriui
cleuuliness and comfort.
TIMK TA lll.u IN EFPECT MAV 'JO. 1S9I.
Trains leave Srrnnton for Pittstou, Wilkes.
l lS ' 1 ' - lUh "' "' unl'. a. iai
I u", 2 l.i, i.lO p. 111. '
For Ailantic City. 8 20 a. m.
for New oi-k, Nowark and Elizabeth, 8.'
fexpress) a. 111., lli.M (express with bullet
p"ni ta"' ("WOW P. nu Buuday, tli
ll'''",.MAl'r" Ciii'nk, Am entown, Betri.i
A ' 'i,S','V!,ai,l"d '""-ai.i:i.i-ii.a, .3i a ui .
1'"'" "'
1-ur l.oMi liiiAm-ii, Oi-rax GitovE, etc., at
8..11 1 with tiirotiKi! . m., u.-jj . m.
I-or HeadiUK. Lebanon and llarrlsbniir, via
:mi'p . Vnv"' "'- D'0a 8u"dft
For l'ottsvllle, f.'.d a. m l'j.aip. m.
Itcturuin Unvo New York, foot of LIbortr
I T,M i 'a 1 a 'ti 1 J "vur' IU (""Press) a. in.,
l.i", 1.. , 4.. 11 (expross with Hullui parlor carl
p. 111. Siiudav, 4.;) 11. m.
Leave I'hiladolplua, rivalling .Terminal, HOJ
a. 111.. ..hO and 4 M p. 111. Sunday, VS7 a. m.
J lii-oiiKh tickets to all points ut lowost rato
may be had ou application in advance to tu
4vv uiunnH lU'J ntllllHU.
11.
P. BALDWIN,
Ueu. Pais. Airout
J. II. OIJIAt'SEX.
(leu. Sllit.
llELAWAHE AND IIIT1)
SON ItAII.KOAD.
Couimancnm' .May IU, ISHi,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
Station. .Scrnutou, for Pitts.
ton, Wilkes Barre, etc., b IX).
:M'T. :i7, lu.tta. 1,,.. liiu
l.-. - t. 4 hi. .l.r), S).l5
und II.: ') p. iu.
For New York nndPhiln-.
lloll.hia. h IHI11 01 l-i 111 '.-I.
!-:!8. 1. in and M.W p. iu. '
For lionesdale(!i-oin Lclawaro, Lackawanna
and wcitorn ip.-pot), 7.00, b.a.j, 10.10 a.m.. IS Dj
in.. L'. 17, A. 10 ji. 111.
For Carljoutlah' and iuteriuediate stations,
fi. to. T liii, s.;io. w. Id a. 111.. luMMi m.,'l 17. ItiShL
II .'.11 and 0:1.1 p. in.; Ii-miu Hriiluu Stioot lJtmoU
a.in..S.I7aud lli-'Sp. in. v
Frist express to Albany. Sarutoga, the Adl
ri-udack .Mounlaius, Boston and New England,
points. MO 11. in., arriviuir ut Albany h!..
Saratou'a 'J.ai p. iii .unii ieavinir Scruutoii at i.U
p. 111., nri-iviu ut Jonnv atrt.ri' p. in., feara-tot-ii.
1. "ifi a. 111., ami B istou, 7.01 a. m.
The only direct route le-tweeu the coal Molds
and Boston. "The Leadiint Tourists' Botita
ol Ameri'-a" to tho Adirondack ..luuntaili re
sorts, Luk isUuortrouiid Chainplttiii, Montreal,
etc
TI1110 taldes showing local and through tralti
soi-vico lietween i-tatioiis on all divisions Lei,
w.u-o mid Hudson system, may bo olitainod at
all Delaware mid lludhuu ti.-ket olltees.
11. (j. YOUNII, J. W. BUltUICK,
Second Vice President. Ueu. Pass. AkU
mi
.11 AY l;t, in'4.
Trnln leaves Sci-anton for Philadelphia anl
New York viiu I). & H. K It. nt 8 a.m., 12.10,
ten and 11.35 p. in. via D., L. Ai W. K. K 8 01L
b.DH.ll.au 11. m., and p. 111.
Leave KeruMon for Pittston and Wilts.
Barre via U.. L. & W. H. !., 6.0U, 8.08, ll.aj
a. m , l.lio, itfjo. o.U7. s. op. in.
Leiivelcrantoii lor Whito Haven, Hazletoa,
Pottsvillo und ull points 011 the Beaver
Jleudnw und PottHvillo branches, via E. & W.
V.. ti !'!. 111.. v.a 1). Sc IL K. K. at 8 a m., 12.10,
2.M. 4,lu p.in., via U., L, 4; y. li. K o.U0,8.0,
11. Hi) a.m., l.:m, :1.10 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton.
Readiiiu, Harrieburs and all intermediate
points via D. & II. ICR., 8 a m .12.10, 2.38, 1US
p.m., via L)., L. & W. K. H.,ti.00,b,08, ll.U a. ni,
1.30 p.m.
Leave Scranton forTunkhannock, Towanda,
Elmii-a, Ithaca, Geneva and all intermedins
jiomts via 1). it II. K.R.,H.ij7 a. 111., 12 10 aud 11.31
p. m.,-ia I). L. ic W. H K., 8.0j .m.,l.:j0p. ra.
Lhuvh Scranton for Kochostor, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all points
west via D. & II. K. R. U.07 u.m.,12 lO.d.l 'i.ll 8J
p. m.. via D. L. & W. K. K, and Pittston
Junction, p lw a.m., 1-30, 8. ij p. m., via E. Se W.
B ti., 3.41 p. m.
For ElmT.t and tin wet via Salamanoi. via
D. H. It. It. H.07 u,ni liiO.ii.lo p. m., v,a
L. & W. H.H., 08.i.in., I.:i0 and 8.07 p. in.
Pullmnn psrlor and alecplng or L. V. chair
cars on ull trains between L & B. Junction or
Wilkos-Barru and New York, Phliadslplila,
Bull'alo and Snspun'-ion Bndue.
UOLL1N II WILBUR. Gen. Supt. East Dlv.
(.HAS. S. LKE. G-'ii. Pasi. Aic't, Phila .P.
A.V.NONNEMACHEK.Ass't Cljn.Pass. Ag-'t,
South Bethlehem. Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
WESTERN RAILROAD
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Expresa
for Kow York and ah rmiuts East. 1.40, 2.50,
6.15, 8.1m and 9.. a. m.; 12 5i and 3.50 p, m.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 51 8.0U aud V.5i a. lu.; U.jJ
and -t..'iii p. 111.
W uhiiiitt in and wny stations, S.3S p. m,
'l'nli hiuinu aceomiuodatiun, 6 10 p. m.
Expr ss for BitiKhamton, Oswego, Elmlra.
roi-ning, Hath. Duusville, Mount Morris aud
liulVulo, 12.10, 215 a. m. and 124 p. m., making
clone couriectious at Bulfalo to all points In tli
West, Northwest and Southwesu
Biith accommodation, 0 a. m.
Binghaiutou and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nn-uol-oti accommodation, at 4 p. m. am)
6,10 p. 111.
Binphaniton r.tiu Ehnira Fxpi-oss. 6 05 p. ra.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswea.
I'tic.i uud Kicliik-ld Spriugs, 2.15 a. m. aud 1.2
p. in.
Ithaca, 5.1.1 and Bath i'a m. and 1.21 p. m.
For Northiimlierlund.Pittstoti.Wilkos Barril,
Plymouth, l!loomsbur 11ml Danville, makinf
cli so conin-ctions ut Northumberland for
Willinmsport. ilarrisburi,', Baltlmora, Wash
Intttoii ami tin) South.
N.ii'thuinberhind mid Interiuedhito stations,
6.00. W in a in. aud l.iio and 6117 p. 111.
Naniicono auu iiitermediiite stations, 8.0S
and 11 .IN 11. m Plvmouth and iutorniedlat
btailoiis, 3.5.aud 8.5: 11, 111.
Pullman pal lor and deeping coaches on all
t-spress trains. , , ,
For ilomilud Information, pocket tun itablsj,
otc, apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket oftlca
32i Lu. liuwanuaavciiuo, or depot ticket oiliest
VHIV YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERS
i RAILWAY CO.
TIME TAIII.K IN I Fl'lU T St'NDAV. JI NE 21.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbotidalu at
8.30, 10. ."i.l a, m . and 6 l'lp.m.
For Hancock .liiiii-lion, 10.55 a.m. and 6 11
p.m.
Trains leave Hancock June. ion for fcran
ton. tin. 111. and 2 05 p in.-
Trains leave Cai l onrala for Kcrant n at
7 2! u iu. and 11.31, 5.34 p 111.
N!'HATiN nlVlKION.
In lllfi-t June VMfh, I Sill.
Korlli IIuiiikI.
!0.- 20:1 iDl T
nnutn Hound,
"202 201 208
I P y.
SliltlohS
VtWii (Trains Dally, Ex
X , - i cepl suuday.)
,1- M Arrive Leave
.... 7 -.'.-i .... N Y. Franklin si I
7 M ... W-t 4'.'nd street
M
'! ....
IV ....
1... 7iv ..., Weeliun ken i....810!
p mi- m Anne Leave a ar m
8 -Ji'. 1 1.7 .... Banc vU Junction
s 10 1 Oil ..... Ilaiiceek 1
; ." !'.'."ii .... starlight
7 71 !2 :ii Prt'stoli purls
!." 12 lll.l m I'onio
:s 12 2, in 10. Povntt lie
7 !.' y Hi or lieliiiont
7 2v !2 13 ll.'.-.': Fli'i.-ant Mt.
7 I'lfrJ.-!', !I4S riilondalo
7 Of II Mi 11:1s l-'oi-M'l Cliy,
ti .Mll :n 11 1:. Cni biuiilule
0 -P:l 1 1: 0 (i 12 While lirldilt
fil-ll1 WO .Ma.Wleld'
O iljll -J.-l 110: .leiiuyu
Hl.ll is ;,; Archibald
ll.'l-.'flll.l 8.7-1 Wlllloll
1121 II 11 8 ."si l't ckvlllf!
112.7 II Ii7 8 11 (JlM llllllt.
li'.'l II 0'i s ii Dickson
li IU I Ull H.V.I 'I 111 (lop
(I n il i' s:iii Providence
fil 13 110.-7 8.1:1 . Dark Place
li 10; Ml .".V 8 :' H'tautou
r ma ma m Leave Arrive
2 '11 ..
6 lb
li 85
6 32
3I ....
41 r m
64
2 511 4 50
6 45 2 78 4 5S
li 55' 316 S 05
III 58 3 I t) 5 08
7 lOj 3 lit, 5 18
7 !4 . 8 34l 5 31
7 87 13 SHj 5 Si
fi' 32 13 43 f5 44
"31 3 45 5i1
7 4.1 8.11 6 51
7 3 8 M 5 51
7 48 S AD; 5 511
7 :2 4 0l 1101
754 4 07 6 07
7 56 4 10 II 10
8IK1 4 I I, 6 It
K02TI 171 6 16
8 05 4 20. 6 20
A Ml' MP II
All trains run dally except Sunday,
f sonnies that truius atop on signal for pas
Bcnuors.
t-ci'iii-o rules via Oniarln Western before.
Piiichnslnif tickets mid save money. Day ait
Wlijjt Express to tho West.
.1 ( Aiidci'son, Gen. Pass Aft.
T. Flllmift, Dlv. Puss, Aft. Scrauton, Pa,

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