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THE S(JRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY CORNING, JTTLY 19, 1S94.
GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Aottirncite conl having; rtojntly o cmnulatad at tidewater oa account of the dull tradu tlio gules agnU bald a meeting yesterday to consider it naw bails for anuiuier' production. It lmd been. Hgreod in June to produco 8.50'), 030 lous in July. This, oupnt bus been cWu.ioiutra.teil to lie excesaive to those companies whose stock hav Rrown under it. They wished to reduce the output, Companies siippiyitijr western customers opp.isml a reduction, becau.-m thvy cuu uow sell all tUat is iniued. The two interest could not agree, nud DOtliiut; wua done. Horn of the tide water iigents thought their companies mixht eease opsrutious uutil the stock In baud could be sold. Stephen Crane' article' in McClnro's MagHZine for Augmt t;ives a (rood idoa if it uovice's ini(ro8sion9 "In the Depths of a Coal Miuo. Witness this extract: 'id our tirit mine we speed ily lost all idens of time, direction, dis tance. The whole thins was an extra ordinary, black puzzle. We wew iiu palled to ndiniro' tlii Hindu because ho kuetv all the tuajle l p issutfes ile led DS through little tunnels three aud tour feet wide and wltn roor that some times made us crawl. At other times we wore lu avenues twenty feet wide where double rows of trucks exteudcd. There were stretches or ureal lisrkueis, lnejstio silences. The SUO miners Were distributed into nil sorts crevices and comers of the labyriutu, toiiluK in this city of endkss night. At different points 0D6 could hear the roar of Irabu about the root ot tuo ruiilo matt, to which tlovved all the com merce of tha place. We were made aware of distances later by our guide, who would occasionally stop to tell us our position by namiuir a point of tha familiar ceoprapay of tue surface. 'Do you renumber that rolling mill ve passed cominir t Well, you'ri right under it." 'You're under lb' depot now,' The length of these distauces 'ruck us with ntnnzenietit when we reached tho surfac . Near Scrantoti uny can really proceed for miles, in the ulucK Htreets ot the mint's Tha followinir are tho shiameuts of anthracite coal for month of June, IS91. us comnared with the corre sponding period last year, as compiled from the returns furnUheu by the mine operators: June, June, r.fyl.iii IKIA IM. Increas . i.Miiin?.. l!4j.l'.7 II 2,:!W. 174 00 II btliurlklll. 1.44b. I U6 l.UMWJ 11 3likW 18 Total.... MUS l D.l tCftSM Hi Fnr Year. For Year. Wvnminir. Hl.fmS.Vil Hi II .H-1 II '1.275.117 HI Leiiuu.... aniiw ut s:;,;i'i 11 feetmvlkib. 6. os.i.4Uti III i..6,VJ Ul n.tli 14 Total.... JO, I'd. HI" U 21,ittS,S ll,l,515 Decrease. The stuck of coal oa haul at 'il- wnt'-r shippiag points June 30 1S'J4. w 743.181 tout; on MV 31. 1S1J4.. 004. 11) tuuo; incroiis 80 ton. Ailispute that may lea.1 to the clos ing of nil the conl uiinaa owned by in !ivi'iml operators in the Pocahontas (W. V.i.) legion, has arisen between lliu "t'ocauuutas Coat cuiupauy and tho indivlilu.il producer ou tue line of the Norfolk iiml Western railroad Tue (jut-xtiou at issue is m to the settlement i.f the pric of coal for the aasou of 1SDI and 1S'J3 According the opora lo.s their version of it is as follows: The Norfolk Mid Western Railroad company in ISiiO juteid into a coatr ict witu the pro luuors of the Poc ihou liic ;ml region; this w.is tuoditiud in 187, mid provided for h payment of 85 c-jnts p-r ton at the tipples. From lime to lime there wer4 modifications of this price, so that the railroad com pany received the coal w'licj it mod in its owu locomotives at 7o emits p;r j:ros ton. I.i April of tl:U rwr tile I ulroad compaiiv, which ne'ed through lliu Pocahoatas Coal coinn my, insisted tlw price be reduced to 0') cents pr ton, if wama wero relujd. Tho op erators refined, whereupon the matter wnsrefHrred to arbitrators. The arbitra tion beina continual for several wejks with lon ei-ssiona the rulroid coin puny finally aiinnunced its dotrmin -lion to CHiio-l the appointment of arbi trators, to withdrtw from its demand of urMlrxtion. Tie operators had tiothini! to do bat to oojuieacn in this 6-i;i,.i)i.l. Later they hell acouferenrtt at the office of their oonnviel, John G Johnson, and, it is nodergtoo.l, tbey determirifd to fotce tha issue ly threate-iinj to close th mines. Presi dent Kimball, of thn Norfolk and Western, when asked by the Philndel phia Stockholder for his Ride of the linpute. said: "The Norfolk and Western is interested in it to this ex tent. Several years ko, the individ ual op-frntors in the Pocobontag rrglon eemed it advisable to have a studio Agent, and tha n quest, was made upon the railroad compauy to make a suita ble selection. We named the l'oo. linntiis Coal compuny, and the business bus since teen condnatt d thronyh that coinpmy. Tne dispute is, threfori, with the coal company, not the ril roud couinany, and the Utter will only be Hfftcted to tile exteut of the Um of tounaKe In cine the minaa should close down." It la announced that the Wyoming Co i and Land company, of which J. N. Rice and N. E. Rice, of this city, aro directors. hnH pnrcbaa id the Dd Hware, Lnckawanna and Western coin- fiany'a iuterest in the Hunt breaker and unda near Wyoming and will work the coal underlying the Pennsylvania Coal company's farm, which has already been leased. Repnsentative of the company have been trying to seoure the valnablo lands belonging to the Pettlbono estate, but Mr. I'ettibona ro- insea to least, preferring to sell tha coul, retaining the surfaca for building purposes. . . Tho Crbondale Traction company is agaiu ready to ssll to the Carbondala and oret City Traction company, if one may neneve iue U:irtiondul news- papers. Oo tbis one particular sub ject, however, this is almost nn impos aibility. Mr. Hall, British, mlna incpfiotor. recommends that tha royal onmiuisstou on cool dust In conl mine, which ia about to rank its report to parliament after throe years' Investigation, should advise mat legislation ue paused, pro- iiiDititig the employment or gunpowder in mines and compelling the substitu tion ol roonrlte or some other ooa Burning high; explosive, which en tirely prevents coal dust dis'istur. Minor Industrial Notes: East bound shipments from Chicago last i week were i,U'i tons, against 80,257 tous iii year. Hickory Ridge colliery, givtng employ, inont to 5ilO hands, renomed work at Mien nndoah, Monday, after being doted for lurcv moQlua. The S500 employes of tha Siuger sewing macblue factory resumed woik at Eliat- betb W. J., Monday, alter Deiug Hue tor Beveral weeks. Two more eneiaes were received at Drifton, Monday, by the Delaware, Sus- anebanna aud Hchuyikill Railroad com- panv. Ttiey are known as Nos. vJ'J and is, and' will be ued ou lha Pjrth Atnboy divisiou. The Blosshnrc mino In the bituminous recoil which be lo nut to tue Krie company resumed woi k on Tudsy uud are neiiig rushed to tlieir gi-eutet cupacny. The Tohv' mines have also resumed operation aud the Krie boys can expect :to be burnlag sui t coal again soon. Sliiuueuu of Pocahontas coal over the Norfolk and Western railroad for the week einled July 7 worn 7:1, tous, an increKtie of 2 ,:W7 tons as compared with the same wek last vear. r or thci voir to i.uai uwe shipmiuls 'aggregated 1,I4,8W tons, ail In crease over tho corresponding potiod in ltW of I'JI.'JSj lous. It is rcparted tht tha Erie Railway comDauy is considering a proposition tor the purchase of -i.OOU acres ot coal lauu on Stony l''ork creek in Tioga county, where a live-foot vein or ntiuminous coal is now being worked aud the product sold in the town. The conl is clenu uud of a superior quality rorstovo and mruace ue. Tuo Reading company Ins completed a b)i deal with the Sueunudoah Water com pnn.v. The Reaping is to have all its col lieries in the KlK'niiudoiih district con nected with the reservoirs. A conditional sale Is also incorporated iu the agreement. The reservoirs are to become the property of the Heading Coal and Iron company as soon as the public watur works uow being constructed for hbeuuudoah are completed. The water plaut is valued ut fl.'O, WK). Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Pho-be Thomas, of Junctiou City, III., was told by her doctors she had Con sumption and ttiat there was uo hope for tier, out two Dottles Ui KILL'S INew Uie- covery completely cured her and ube savs it saved her life. Mr. Tlios. tiggerx, HW Florida St., Sau Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approacbiug Cousumptiou, tiled without result everything else then oouirht one bottle of Dr. King's New Du covery aud iu two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results of which these me examples, that prove tue wondertui emcacyoi mis meuicuie iu Coughs and iColds. tree trian bottles at Matthews Bro.',, Drug fctore. Regular size JUc. and tl. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL, Stocks and Bonds. Hew Vokk, July 18. The stock mnr ket to today waa I tame aft' dr, the indus trials monopolizing the little speculative inleuist tuat wm Simon tested. In tin: group Aniericau suuar was tile sole feat lire, the stock, after an early decline to W rising to and closing ut lO'-I'i, 4(5, HI'.) shares chaiigtna bands. The total for the whole list wssouly lul.noo shares. The pur chase of an gar was based on information re ceived Iri'iu Yashiutou that the house will eventually accede to tue senate s uainamls. ai'd the trust will get Us protec'lon or tbi'ie will neuo logisiauou. t.nlcuao Has was firmer, at ouotime selling up to 75s ou advices time tue universal lus ordi nance will be vetoed unless the mayor 1 satisfied with the tinaucial backing of tho enterprise. ILe railway Hat, wblle mac tive, presented a firm front. T te engage ment of 1,W,(0 gold for shipment to K i- rotte tomorrow was a surprise, but it had n influence ou the share market, hpecu latiou left off firm and to Higher ou the day. Distillers lost H, L'uiou Pacidc ml Maubattau 1 per cunt. Tha roll-'Witnr couipmto tame snowinc the day Uiictuntlons in active stocks is suppliml una revised dally ny Lunar J ruder, stock brokers, 1-1 WyomiDe nveuui: Opon- UL'h- Low Clos iuz. esc est. lu. Am. Cot. OU Am Snaar VH H-H vn 1WM A.T.JtS. K ' ! oli 4H I (.'an. So. Cen. N. J 10UH, liHiVti HM'i l.Ht CLIe & N. SV cj B. Q i;iri. lias .... 7.Vi 4 "lit; 7.M,- .17 '4 l:V.ii 111 I4i iii'-'S Hint 4'i lHHij 3N ra" 7i.is i:ii iu Wi MM, Hl'H :H 1 10 Mi a; 44 w ,:i jiVrtj I'.ll, m4 w, 13ni4) llo ES 7i 1 C.C. ft Ht. I.... :i;4 Col.. lloek.Val. T O. 11 U., h. W O.&C. F Krie (4. K. Co ...J.JP4 . . iti vV4 ... Hi's ... H'4 ... :;' ...rsi ... H's ...1114 ... ait Lakn Snore L. Its N Msubattnu.. Miss. 1'a.c... Nnt. Load M. Y. & N. E S. Y. Central I'ifii 2l" 1 J:,4 t!7l a l-Jij, f,IO, IM., H4 Hliti 141 HH I'i'l N. Y..O. ft '.V.... N. V.. S. V.... U. S. Co Sorth Pac Ni l tn l'K '. pf 14rS ::r.4 ;h I-'!H rt i ls jSj I4i, Hiti I4H :n., I.V4 IT-l4 'ii l.'H Wi lft Xkj K'S 14 '4 i-rii 141 :nvi4 l"i'., 171, luf, I'l Omaha Pac. .Mail Reii'ltmr Rook Island ll.T t. Paul T..C. & I 1 cms iV Pc Unin Haititc wsba.-b n' WeMtovn i.Trilon.. .. W.tr U F. W.itu K. pfd ChlOHCO Grxin nd Provisions. ScnAxinrf. July 18. -Tie followlne onols- tionsarti supilMd mid enrrusted daily by uur b puiiei,scooK orosurs,iL wvoium avu mm. WHEAT. Julv. Pent. Don rawj firij ui r-i B7iJ wki, to 6!H 1 5 UK'i 0U fH n .' t-M .... 331 W ' .... i-'i H7 .... )) Vn i2r,n K'.r. .... 1.' 0 1: .V 1J.-A1 lAi sa (y IK2 i:sO ti-ii) tH2 tvn r r,7 wi c.7 vi om) t,v2 Ousulug..., lllvliest lrWHSt, C'lrsloir COHN. Openimr ili)(ht'st Lowest Closing OA IS. Opouing nnuosb , Lowest., C hying I'OttK. OplMlK Iligbest IjOWSt Clodis LAUU. Optning fliuhnst Lowest llosiiiff shout urns. Spelling His-licst Lowest Closing .'. New York Prrdnee Market. New York. Jhly 18,-Fl.0UK-Dull, Weak. v HUAT Fairly active, 1c. lower; No. ii rcj Htoro and elevator, 57Wa.Wlic: nuoni, ii )uo i. o. o., &S;tuf&". nngraiKal iil, uOn.'.Sc.; N.j. 1 uortuern, (ioa Wini": options Tnu ly octive and lal';i: low; No. a, r-d,.lu!v, 57jk;; Anenn.,5sac. September, fi!iVsc: December, IkJtV UOKN Dull, easier; No. 2, 47.'ia4c. elo- vator; s4'a4b;c. : xtloat; options dull aud su-iiiiy 11 ,'Hi,lic. ilecliuo: July. Aligns:, 44 :.". SoptouiDer, 474i'c. : Do- rember, so'c. Oats Dull, lower, unsettled; optii n , dull, weaker; .Inlv, !ISc. : August, k.Sc; September, :f'c; o. 2 white July, S'.ic; spot prices, No. 2, 4'J4iJc; No. 2 white, 15c; No. 2 Chicago, 43c: No. 3, 41c; No. ii white, 42c; mixed westoru, 43o.; white do. and while stale, 45:ir, liKKV Quiet, linn. 'l lEBt'EP Brkp Dull. Cut AlKATS-yniet, onsir; pickled bel lies, lc. do. shoulders, Co. ; do. bams. ' Laro Quiet, about steady, unchanged. PoilK Quiet, sternly. Bm Kit Quiet, funcy.gteay: stata dairy, 12al7c; do. creamerv, MlfalTisjc ; Penii sylvania, do., 14!al7jc ; western dairy, lilnUc. ; do. creamery, Malilta; do, fac tory, M,al4c; elgi.is, 17al7;o.i imitation creamery, lltyaWc. Chkrhk Quiet, easy. Eous Choice, fairly octivp, stendv; state aud Peiinsylvanla, 12!aiac; west ern fresh, llnl2c. do. per caso, Sla2.5U. Philadelphia Tallow Market. rmi-ADittVHiA. July 18.-TaUw wns dnll and unchauged. Prices were: Prime city iu bogslieiids,4ks43i'c.! prime country, in barrels, 4o.; Uo. dark tu barrels, UJa 4c; cakes, 4,'tc; grease, c. Ccrb fob Cnocp.-Ua Dr. Thomas' Ee lectrlc Oil according to directions. It is the best remedy for all Middeu attacks of colds, pain aud lutlammatlon, and In HONORED T.Y FFIANCi-. i i James Stokes, tlio S'-coml American Blade a Knight of the L ginn of llolior. James Stokes of New York city, who was recently made a knight of the Le gion of Honor of Franco, is the wcoud American to tie thus dotwnti'd. Al though lie is u cousin of Kdwaril S. Stokos, tho slayer of dim Fink, ho lins devoted his lifo to the wotk of tipbnild- iug tho Young Men's Christian iiseouiu tiou, mid France's insignia of distinc tion was conferred upon him for his JAMKS STOKES. BerriccR n a pliilnuthropist Mr. Stokes' father left mi estato of uVotst ?S,000, 000, mid tho sou hasilovoted a consiiUT- able portion of his share to religions nnd pliilimtliropio work. About a your ago Mr. Stokes finished a quarter of u century of labor as a member of tlw Amcrciau iudustriul coiuiuitteo of tha Y. 51. C. A., auil for many years ho Las mat erially assisted t ho progress of the association s labors iu Europe. In fact, ho initiated tho work of tbo Y. M. C. A. iu wicked Puris ubout 20 years ago by making sue.hun'aiigoiiiimts that the Paris ussoeiution was able to meet in rooms of its own. The amid tion of his lifo thenceforth was to soo the day when tho i'aris Y. M. C. A. should have a palatial building of its owu in tho French metropolis. For years ho bus labored to carry out this project, and his efforts have at last been crowned with success. Tho buildinir now stands at 14 Rue Trevise and wns erected at a cost of 1,000,000 francs. Of tbis amount Mr. Stokes and mem bers of his f tuiily contributed 400,000 francs, or nearly half. Among tho other contributors were R. C. Morse;, Morris K. Jesup, Thomas K. Creo aud Franklin Gay lord, nil well knowu Americans residing in Paris, and Alfred Andre, a wealthy Paris blinker, who alono furnished 200,000 francs to ward tho magnificent structure. The building has a gymnasium, swimming tauk and baths, bowling alleys, bicycle track, library, parlors, restaurant, music room und sleeping rooms. Tho presentation of the order to Mr. Btokeswas made ou behalf of tho French government by M. Andro, und the in teresting event occurred iu tho big Y. M. C. A. building tbo recipient had been so active iu rearing. Iu accepting the order he said the presentation was a high official compliment to the great work of tho Y. M. C. A. WILUAM MISKEY SINGERLY.' Active Career of tho Philadelphia Editor, Hanker and Politician. William M. Ringerly, the Democratic candidate for governor of tho stato of Peunsylvania, has never run for office before, although he has been pronii u 0 n t in politics for many years. Ho was boru in Philadel phia 61 years ago, wns gradu ated from the rtfehigh school in 1850 aud spout 10 years iu a com mission house, receiving a thor William m. siNUKKi.Y. ough business education, which proved valuable to him later in life. Iiis father was a prominent street railroad magnate, and young Singerly displayed such shrewd ness in the niaiiagHiueut ol his siro s properties that ho made a fortune. His father left him $T")0,000 worth of street railroad stock, which young Siugtrly in a short time sold for double that sum. In 1877 Mr. Singerly bought the Philadelphia Record, which, under his management, became a successful and influential newsnapor. II is interested iu many enterprises and seems to pos sess tho touch thut turns eveiything to gold. An illustration of tho manner in w hich fortune smiles upon him is shown by his experience with tho thorough' bred Morollo. When Alorello was a yearling, Frank Van Ness bought, him for 2,200 and sold a half interest in him to Mr. Singorly. As a 2-yeur-old in 1802 Morello won the $70,000 Futur ity. One of Mr. Singerly's hobbies is the development of horses and tho breeding of Holstein cattle at his stock farm iu Montgomery county. Ho has built nearly 1,000 houses iu Philadelphia, and his numerous and di versified business interests make him a very busy mail. Ho has been an active. Democrat since 1850 unil took an espo' cially nctivo part in tho presidential campaigns of 1881 and ltib'8. Ho is a personal friend of President Cleveland and nn ardent champion of tan ft ro form. Ho is president of tho Chestnut Street National bank and the Chestnut Street Trust and Savings Fund company and owns among' other things 0110 of the largest paper and pulp mills iu tho United States. OJIDA'S ECCENTRICITIES Her Impromptu Call on Lord Hallsbnry nnd How She TtcpnM Ills Courtesy. Ouida uud Jimmy Whistler havo Snused the Londoners to feel over ivholming spasms of fear at the near approach of literary persons. Perhaps this accounts iu somo measuro for tlio great celibrity enjoyed by literary poo- tile iu the big English metropolis. What Mr. Whistler writes and says al ways attracts more attention than the things he paints, whilo the stories of the manner in which Ouida bus snuh bed, insulted and berated the people who have tried to be civil to her ore in numerable. The last tlmo she was in Londou she was wandering ahuig St. James placo, whou a big yellow honse an a side street caught her eye. She walked up atid looked at it thoughtfully. She was a queer figure of a small, ihrunken woman of advanced years. if f,, I wiiii a .au:ed a ui wrinkled law, old fashioned ringlets huudng iu frout of her ears, an odd littlo bonnet cocked jskew ou her head, hoopskirta and old fashioned ongress gaiters. Sho leaned forwaid on her hig wn- bvclla and garod at tho house for a long while. Finally sho beckoned a police man to her and asked him who lived there. Tho policeman touched his cat) uud remarked that it, wns tho lawn bonso fif tho prime minister. Thereupon Onida walked up to tbo door, rang the bell and told tho flunky who opened tho floor to announce to Lady Salisbury that sho was there Tho flunky looked her over carefully and sent a second foot muu up etairs with tho message, whihl ho kept his cyo upon tho odd looking visitor. Lady Salisbury, liko most English women, had adored (Hilda, in her school days, and sho camo down stairs and set about tho work of making tho novelist Welcome. !Jho was cut short in her Speech, however, by a torso inquiry from her visitor concerning tho primo minis ter. "I sl.-mld bo greatly obliged if yon will bring him down, and I will look at hiui. I havo never seen him, and as I am going away from Loudon shortly I shall probably never lmv'o another op portunity of Peeing him unless you bring him in now." She seemed to regard tho Marquis of Salisbury hs a sort of prize pig to bo ex hibited, and sho talked about him iu such a curious fashion that Lady Salis bury went back (o her slndy and brought In that exalted pcrsoimgo. Ouida look ed at him through her spectacles with tho saino air of examining a prize ex hibit that was suggested in her talk aud finally ended by expressing her approval uf tlio promPT. She wns invited to come and dine in nn informal way two nights later, and the primo minister, who had been enor mously tickled by tho interview, invit ed a number of lofty personages to his house that night. Tbo dinner hour came, but no Ouida. Tlio guests sat dowu and talked about the novelist, but not a word was heard from her, and it was not discovered until the following day that sho hao read a speech of the Marquis of Salisbury ou tlio morning of tho day of the dinner, and it had dis pleased her so much that she had decid ed to have nothing to do with the Kalis burvs t hereafter. At the present time Ouida is in a pitiable condition. Her house and all iier personal property iu Italy have been 5"ld to pay her debts, and sho is almost destitute of money. Her eccentricities have become 1:1010 and more pronouno cd, and it is said that the peoplo who toe brought into coutaet with her rind it almost impossible to retain their com posure under the sharp nud biting com ments which sho makes upon them. Londou Letter. TH6 GREAT AMERICAN TRAVELER. Frank Vincent's mileage Is Equivalent to Kuiirteeu Journeys Arouud the Olobe. Frank Viuceut, tho well known trav eler, who has just returned to New York from a 6C.O00 nil trip, has ueeu umKiu lliu acquaintance of different parts of tho earth for 15 years, during whiij he has cov er err altogether about 850,000 miles, a distance Xequi valbut to about 14 journeys around tho world FUANK VINCENT. at the equator. Ho has thus won the right to be called the great American traveler. When Mr. Vincent left Yalo about a quarter of a lentury ago, ho found himself possessed sf a large fortuno and a great ambition to hobnob with tho strange peoples of the earth. He believed that a mau should thoroughly know his own conn try before ho began 011 the others, and accordingly ho made a two years' tour of tho United States visitiug the capi tal of every stato. Then ho descended upon South Amer ica, lnasb red the countries and their sustnniB from Venezuela to Torre del Fuego and wrote a book describing the Interesting things ho saw. Europe was his ntxt geographical feast, and for do sort ho took iu nearly all of Asia. When ho had scaled t li great wall of I'hina, lie made thou.-c ,1 mile excur sions through different parts of tlw ?rtat empire. From China ho traveled to India, and from India to Australia. Three years a;o Mr. Vincent planned a 35,000 mile trip as nonchalantly as most men would plan a visit to a neighboring lty. It included a jaunt through cen tral Asia, tho thorough exploration of tho inland of Madagascar, which is as largo as Franco, und a trip entirely around the great continent of Africa, 11 tho course of his African trip ho fre quently left the coast lino ho was fol lowing and inailo long journeys to the inferior. Ho followed Stanley's trail up tho Congo, visited Lake Haugwoole, where Livingstone died, inspected tho gold initios of tho Trunsvual nnd the diamond Holds of Kimbcrloy, looked over Dahomey, tho land of tho warlike ama tons, visited Liberia und spent seven mouths in the Congo Free Stato. He says German Africa is a hopeless jouiiivv. The natives are savage canni bals, and a boatload of captives en route to thoeaonibnliiitie market is a common sight on tho Congo. Mr. Vincent is fi feet 2 inches tall and is so couildeut of Iiis ability to look out for himself that he always travels unaccompanied by ather wbi'" . Beecham's pills are foi biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, when caused by constipation ; and consti pation is the most frequent .cause of all of them. Boole free; pills 25c. At drugstores.or write B.F. Allen C0V365 Canal St., New York. A Handsome Complexion la one of the greatest charms a woman can possess. i'usxoNi'a Complexion Powdbb gives it. ' f S4QLLY SOAP L, 1 -. VM err- s" 'IT fotljl Jp;,S. THlJ.51l:l.KiMTON. VC"H Is an Improvement in Soap. In the Trolley Soup old methods and materials are superseded by new ones. The Trolley Sonp leaves the clothes sweet ;md clean and lasts longer than oilier soaps, , Ask Your Grocer for It. If he does not keep it send us order for 20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00, or for a Hox 100 cakes 75 pounds f.4.50. Joseph Thomas EHynton, 227 Chestnut Street, Phila. " X Bank of Scranton. ORGANIZED 1372. CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $250,000 Tills hnnk offers to drposltora every fui-lllty wHrrmiii'd bv their Hiilitufies, lmi iickh and rHpnufflblllty. ip.riiti uitt'iiiion riven iiusiiimss oo- CuiiutN. lliturubt t.nld on tiPin depimltil. WII.7.IAW rONrKT.T, Trstdrnt. tiKy. II. ( A'lLIN, VIrn-frfisldflnt. IV11.MAM II. 1'KIK, 'asliie. niiiKoroits. Wllllnm romitdl, (ipnicn II. Cutlln, Alfrt'd llnnd. damns Arrlibuld, Itonry Kflln, Jr. Wllli.un T. t-uOh I.ut.hor Kall.r SPRING ' HOUSE HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co. E. CUOFUT Proprietor, rilHlS HOl'SR Ih strii'tlv temperance, is 1iw I and v 11 fiirniMh;'d and iifEN'sl) To 'I UK. rt'BLH.! Tilt; XV.XU KuUNU: ia locntccl midway iMtwuun Moiliroioiin I S. ran ton. on Aluntrostt :iud LhtcKHWiiun-i UittroMil. fix miles fruni L., L, Ss W. K It. at Allorj Ktution. nnd tive mil-n from Mjntrimu; ta;i- PMcity, eiRlity-Dve; threu minntes' walk f rom n. It. station. GOO! HtlAT. .-TUIN TACKI.K, & f. FKKIJ TO 1,1 i;ms. Altitude about 2,'HliJ feet, pcpi.illlnit in tbis respect tue Adirondack and Cutikill Moun tlllllH. Hue grove-i. plenty of shale and beautiful scenery, inuklii a Summer Kesort unex tellod in beauty nud cl:oipneas. Dancing pavilion, Hwins. crorpiet r ounds &c Cold Siirine W t -r and plenty ot M Ilk. liHles, (47 lo alio per neek. 1. 60 per uny. E."ieuilon tickets sold at all stations on D. L. & W. lilies, l'orlT meet nil triiins. MT. PLEASANT C AT KICTAIIj. fV1 of thn tnwt quality f jr domstlo ns,and tt all el7.es. delivered in any pari ut tlw oltj at lowetst price. Orders loft at my office. - , 0. 118, WVOMINO AVFKUF, , fl .. . .1 .. tpUI-.l UA,tn.l D,.k or sent by mail or telephone to tue mine, will receive prompt attention. Special contracts will be mido for the sail and delivery u( buckwheat Coal WM. T. SMITH. Llaloney Oil and Manufac turing Company Have removed their office to their vYarerooms, NUMBERS 141, 143,145,147,149, 15) MERIDIAN ST. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8CSa DP.XTm H?II)U VI., bic'p. ('iirKal, Sl.OOH.OiW. BKST Wt.mi KUK IN TIIK WORI.1'. 'M ilotivr mir.d ia dollar finird" lool delivered free tiiiyhre (n the U.S., on rnceipiou;nim, Money crner, T or IViatnl Nolo for J, 1.50. V v yQPi-fS "al every way nU every way llie hooli po'.i! In nil reUil elires fir JJ.W. Wo make this bout ouiHelven, thep.fore we guar mitftt the fif. iti1 And iciir. 2i , and If nny one in not BaiiRlled we Mill reitinn tne money n, iu,it,l n.inltmr nl, fltm.i. liiVjKW Too or Common Hn, .S-.u . t"Sf. . L'iriili l It It h K K f VK'.'iJM- free n l' ttlitKAL 1., Xv,t no!ms. mass. Srtrcl'il 1rrt' to ll'ttitr. RESTORES VITALITY. m:' k :l Made a if ll 1Mb Uny. 'W ITl i ' of Me M ' A ,7 3d III ltiy. THE GREAT produces the above remits In :tO d iys. It irti pnwcrtuilv and uulekly. CnreH when nil oihemtiil V'omiK men will reuniu their lost inaiiliood.aiiduld men will reeover their ymithtul viRor by usin KKV1VO. It oulekly and surulv resloren Nervrnm uesR, Lent Vitality, IiuiKdeucy, NtKlitly Kmimilonii, Lost Power, I'm Mint M. inory, Wiuliuir Dlseas's. and all rfleel i ot self nbuae or exeessand Indisereilon, whieb iiuUlsouHforNiiHly, biiNlui-ssorinarrlsee. U not onl eures by atartlna at the sent ct disease, but Isaiirei'l nerve Ionic aud blond builder, bring Iiir back li e pink (;low to P'lo eheelis a'ld ro ulorinjl tho lire if youth. Id ward a nn" Insanity and L'ouitumptlon. Insist en Uavinii ItllVlMl.no other, ll ciin be carried in vest m. ket. by inrtl. 9t.00perpackake.or tlx lor 95.00, with a post tlvn wrltton Kiinrsnteo ti cure or refund tlio money. Oireiilarfree. Address 13VAL MEDICINE CO, 63 River St., CHICAGO. ILL For sala by' Matthews Bros., Druggists, Scranton, r, Plitlnvroptasl fe1f5Jk Mia BUSINESS AND l'U VSIIM.N.-: A.M s(JK.K(Nx DB. G. KPUAH L1SAN lina removed toliU Spruce street, h Luitoo, i a. iJust op posits Kuun-lion- J I-quure) A. J. V-.O. tl.L. Oltlro SI! WuslllllKtoll AVeflUA. ri,rn.r tnpi). utt-uu, Am, rraiici.a s (IruR Ntoroi Koiiiien, 7il VlDiiat. tJlli.-u lioie-s; 10.91 tu 12 a. m. and tol alia M'. ' jt V- m. Kuiiday, It to 3 p.m. W. & Al.I.KN. Oftlea '"cor.- I.ir.k XJ w.iunaanJ Wusliintrtoa uvu. : over Leon Kril slwo Btere; uUiiw buui a, lu to la a. 10. rnij ' . in ; eveuiUa,' nt rutiUuiiea, uli if. V u.'iliii.idon vo. -'. L. l-'Ur.V. Prmllm, IioiiIihI to 1JI4. J' ea cfilco, Hii Wyuiuiui; mvu. Kjoldulico, Hi Vina Ilrv-it. , DU. I., 31. UA'l'Ks. la, Wakhington Avunu Otilce hours. StoUa.ui.. l.ifllo S ami t toSp.ni. KiiKtiloueoiliill Maiiisoii aveniw OHN U WKNXa,-Mrur m.wi and .! tf tuminonwen.HU liuililliic rosidttnea 711 Mml!B )ii:iT; Diane Lour. U to la, 2 tu 4, ? to 6; 8umii?2.9il tu 4. - vniiitia at raudeooa. A siwmliy himI of iIImiius ot lliu eye, ear, now and thrunt mid byriBcMlnuy LAW V ;ks. 1 M. U KANCK'H mw nd Unllwtloa ut. tl . fli o, No. S17 bpru!o t., opposite Piinwt IIuum. Ucrantun, l u,; collwtioi.s u bpi'i'l.uty lliiont'liMut i'l'imsylyuuiu; ri'li.itla curirapoud nts in if cry conuty. ItuvMUi-!HANU. At toning nnd Counnol. I lois t Law. tuiiioi'iiiwe.-ilih building w aalniicUin nvo, w , u. Jixm, HoiiAci: li. Hakh W. H. Ji:ssijp, Jn. WH.I.AltD, WAIiKMN A KNAt'l Alt i V IIOVH Hlld I OUnH(,lir4 al. Itur. nntiltll..un l uililiiiK, Vahiiin(ton r.v... SVrantou. i'n. lA'rTKiiMJ.N1 "wiu"u., AUuruoys od '.'UIIS(:lJo-H At Lnvc: titliiiiill B Ami h l.it.rurtf tnllUiUtf, ticraut'jn, I'u. UliSWFI.t n. FATTBRSOM, Wit.mamA. WiijCiix. Al.rUKOliAim WILLIAM J. HANI), Ai torntii-s and Cminwllora. CoLinionwanlth buil-iiui;. Hoorns Hi, ii) and VV ' BOV'LH, Attorn, y iit baw.Noa.Ht and ' ' IU, Biirrbiiil.ini:- Wa?hinKton avenue, 1IENRV M. PKELY Law ollicon in Pries 11 blllldlnir. I'?J Wsnhlnuton TT'ltANK T. OKt.I,L, Attoniey at Law. Kooul i. 4. Coal Exrtianx. Scranton. Pa. MIIjTON W. i.(1Vi UY 1 Att'ya. I ton ay . Hi Waaluuu C H. Kqttara C. H. Vi.' HTCIKCH. A.Mi.S W. OAKKiiKu7 Attorney "at l.aV pmiius i, m anu tt'n Commonwealth b'lv.. (JAM Ul'.I, VV. EDUaH. Attorne at Law. tJ Ofti. ill? Kprucent., Scranton. i'a. f A. WA'l hi;s. Attorney "at Lair, CI l-i. Lnekiwanna arn.. Hnimton. V 1 )'. hAIITli, CoUnhellor at Law. Oillia, rooms lit. f Wt Commonwealth bniMiiu. Ii. H'lVf'Eu, Attorney at Luw. nionvveaitti bnilolnn. Seranton, I'a. Com- CO.MKYA m gpiure st DK HLI'LdflLH, Attoruoy-Loans nei-o- tinted on real estate meurity.JiM Hprucu. 1 V. K1LLAM, Attoinev at-Lwr.Ki;Ts oiiiidb avenue, 8 ranton. f-Ctl'llll.X. CHO )L OK IHl'i LACKAWANNA. Heran- O ton, Fa., or bullions: I) iropai eii boss and girla for collect or biwineHs: Ihoruutfhly I' ami vouui; ehildrea C'utulotiuo at request it. Kiv. TnoMAs M. OAa WALTEIl H. liL'KI.L. miss WflKri.'HTI!S KIMnKltUAUTKt lil and hcbuoL Vi Adams avenuo. fupiU received at all timca. Next term will open lilNllMs. WM;, A. TAl'T. D.D.S.. 104 North Wash- iiicton Ave. Sneeiabv in Porcelain Kestorations. Crown and hridse Work. i C. LAUDACll. buuoou Dcuttst, No, 113 " W.yiml"lK BVtf. H. M. sTUA'iTnrj. ottv,. c.al Kreii;m nmr. KKPl'BLIO Kavlugs and Loin A.xo 1 riatiimwill loan von money on easier terms end p;'.y yon better on Investment than any other suMvlati'in. Cull on 8. N. CALLI.N- I1KK. Dime Hael,- I nil.lirT ' M'.KilS, "i K. CLAKK It C O. beeilBinen, Flonstj V T. and Nnrserytcon: etore 14U Vvasbingtoa avenue; i:roen boiise, l.ljJ North Main avenue; ftoio l..b'phon Tu?. UKAXD LN ION TKA CO.. .lones Hnw. WIRE St TKIiNS. JOS. KUETXET Oij Lackawanna nvenua. Seranton. I'n.. manner of Wire Kerpwn IIOtK.I.S AMI Tl VTACKANTii. T ni!', WKSTSM.NSTEK, JI7-'J1 Wyomimi live. Kooiim flouted with stosm: all mod ern improvements. C. M Tin MAN. Prop. 'PHE KLK CAFE, l':1 and 1J7 Franklin ave A nue. Hates reasonable. J'. ZiEtii.KH, Proprietor. I V' LsXiilNaTKU HOTKL. V. G. SCHENCK. ManB Mansenr. Sixteenth street, cri.t block east of Broadway, at Cnton Square, New York. Amertean plan, S-ifm per day and upward. CiOYNE HOUSE. Kuropuan plan:" ;gool ' rooms. Omei day and night Liir 'aup. piiud with the Lest. P. n. COYNE. Proprietor. CCKANTON HOtSE, near D L. W. nan. I 7 teuecr depot t'ondneted on tho Kurone.ni plan. Victor Koch. Proprietor. 'KAN I) CENTRA! '1 he laruest aud"b-sr vT enmppnil hotel in Allontowu. IV; ratal t J aud ! ''.all ner il:iv. V ii "inii T. Babner, Proprietor. AUCIIITITTS. T i A V 1 s" W HO Ui'i'," Areiiit e'etSTlT ih mis "iiT ' ITi and -f ioiniiionwealth h'ld'p. Srranlen. tf "L'WaL 1'KK,- Areli;'tct7Liliiury liwul J Jm inn. Wvi'iniuir avenue, Seranton. l,i L. BROWN. Ar.-h R Arehitoct Fries I hiiilditiL'. I'M V esliintr'on Ave.,Srranton. KISI'I ! bAM'lll'O. A l'K ICS OIiClll- TKA - MUS1U FOR I bl.ll'l, p!ct!ie, partion, reeeptions, Wed. dlm?s and O'.uei.rt work fiirnishwil. Fiir terni address It .1. Bauer, conductor. 1 IT Wyoming aw., over Hulb'M-t's ninsie store. TlOin'ON V. SWAItTS-WHOLESALE II lumber, Trice building, Seranton, Pa. pA4Ai:iiK "' RKUTUtimt.' " rHiNTKlti? JM mpphes, enveloi.oH, paper ag twnia, V'areboui,ie, loO WasbiuKton ave., Scranton, Pa. 1 1 OltSFS AND CAKHlAOllS FOR SAI.U I I at PeJ Lupous? avenue D. L FOOT F, A Rent IMtANK P. PnOWN CO, WHOLE I sal dea'ers ill W oodware. Cordage and Oil Clot n, V'-M W. LiieliHW.'iiina avenue. ,V,IA FINN ,V SOiSS, tnnldei'H and inntrae i torn, arils: Corner Olive at. and Adam ave. ; eornor Ash st. and Fenti ave, Seranton. The GENUINE New ITaven "latliustiol" Pianos ESTABLISHED 19C8. New York Warerooma No. Fifth Avemia 80 E. C. RICKER & CO, Sola dealers in this suction. OrTJClR-lin Adams Ave., Telephone BTd'j Eureka Laundry Co. Cor. Linden St. and Adams Avs. COURT IluOAB UguAIIH, All Itinrls of Laundry work gnnrant" tha bast, THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING COt iCRANTON AND WILKES BARHE. I'A.. l ANUFACTHltKRa' Of Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Bote, HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. ' Creneral Office. SCK ANTON, PA. ' J, UtHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISIOJI Ant'.raeiti rail used exclusively, Insurinf rlcnnliuess and comiort. TIMF. TIir.K IN EFFKCT MAT 20. IStll. Trains leave Seranton for Pittston, Wilkes. Barr... eti-, at S 31. O.i.V 11.3ft a. m., 12.5(1. 2.W, :?!. f. on, t Ti, ll.ifi p. iu. bumlaya. fc.'-O a ul. 1.ii, 2.1.1. T.I0 p. m. for Ailantin City. 8.20 . ni. Kor New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 9 3) (express) a. in . , 12..VJ (exproas ith Buffet jiai ior ear), :i.:i'Hexprewi) p. m. Sunday, .15 p. m. Foil ItAl'CH Chpnk, Af.l.KNTOW!, Bf.thm nut, Kasti.h and Phii aiiki.I'Hia. H.-.u a. m.. Vijli. H'l'i. fklJ (..Tcept fbiladelpbiai p. in. tMlioiay, a.l"i p. in. 1'vr l.os" tSHAHcH, Oceah GltovB. etc., at i m u i mi oiiijii rjiri a. m., in, For t.cticiiii'. Ijeb.ii.on aud llarrisbur;. vl Alle.iton u, S. Jla. m , l'J ".U, bM. p.m. Sunday, p. in. for l'ottsville, 8 -'lla. io VI "ft p. m. lietuininif, leave New Voik. foot of Liberty Fireet. Norih river, nt !U0 (.ixpreHs) a. m 1.1". I.::M. 1.1" lexpii.M with Bn'IVt parlor car p. m. fnnd:i, l.'l'i a. in. Leave l-'iiilai.,lii. i(oailiii'' Terminal, 9.M a. in , -.mi :ind 4 : - p. iu. Sumhiy. ti :;7 a. ir.. 'J'hrou.h tii-kuta to all points at lowest rates niav be h id on application in advance to tha tieket are;it at the statioD. 1J. V. BM.DWIX, lieu. I'tM, Aceat J. IL OI.TIAt.'PEN, tien. Supt. DKLAWARK AND HUD SON KAILROAD. Coiiiiueni.in;; May a, 1602, train will run an follow: Train lenve HridKe Street Station. Seranton, for Pitts- I -on, v lik-e nai i e.ete., s.iw, :i.07, :'. 10. 4-i a. ni.. 12.10. :Si. 4.1'i. 5,i. tuf,, a.ii a'jd 11 il., p. in. I or New York nnd Phila. ,-l..l, r. sil , I" in '. 4.16 and ll.W p. in. For HoiioHdaletrroni Relaware.I.ackawaiin and v.estern deiiotj, 7 0.), 10.10 a.m., l'iutt Ul., . 17, f). Ill p. in, Vnv i 'arbor. dalu and Intermediate Ftations, 6.40, 7 00. .:), 10.10:'. ni., lion in.,2.17, a.Z'i.Jlo, (i and :!') p. in.; froip Uridjfe Street Depot, jf.ifl a. ui.. .ITand II '.'i p. in. J"Ht expresH to Alb uiv. Saratoga, the Adi rondack Moniliasis Boston and New Knglani points, f,.J0 a in., v-riv.n at Albany 12.45. Saratoga 2 'DI p. in.. ami ieavinif Sci auixjn at il7 p. in., airivinif at Albany sM.M1 p. m., fcara tokn. lVo'"a. ni , and U .nion, 7.00 a. m. TD" only direct route between the eoal fields anil Boston. "The Leaiiin Tourists' Bouta of Ainerleii" to tho Adirondn-k Mountain re Koi ti, Lakes Georo and Champlain, Montreal, etc. Time tables sbowlni; local and through trala service between stations on all divisions Uela wuro and Hudwn nytni, maybe obtaiued at all Delaware and Hudson ti-U ot oldi es. 11. YOUNU, J. W B UK DICK. Becoud Vice l'reddont Oeu. 1J: w. At. .OA V H. IH. Train leaves Seranton for Philadelphia and New York via. D. 4- H. K It. at 6 a.in , 12 10. SUVsiid II.Uop. m viaD.L. ScW. R. K, 600, b.iKll.tiu a. in., and l.Ji il hi. Leave Seranton for Pittston and Wilkes. Barre via I).. L s W. K. K.. O.fe, 8 0S, 11. 2J a. ui., l.O'l, :ify). Ii 07, H. .n p. in. Leave Scranton for V.'liilo Haven, Haleton, Pottsvillo and all points on the Beavar Aluadow and Pot tsville bianrbes. via E. W. V.. 0 40n.ui.. v.a D. fi fi K. H. at S a m., 12.10, 2,:. 1.10 p.m , via !.. L. A W. k. K., 0.00, S.04 ll.il a.m.. I 00, :i..Vl p.m. l.eavo Sennlon lor Fethb-bem, Faston, Readhis;, Hun ii-bi-rst and all intermediate points viaD. IJ. P.. R., H a m.,12.10. n.'ii p.m.,va D., L. W. K. K..o OJ, Oi 11.30 a. in, l.:!j p.m. Leave Scranton forTunkhvinoek, Towanda, Eloiira. llbaca, Wenava an-i all intermodht points via D. & H. It. R.,'-' "7 a nr.. 1 10 and 11.1)5 p. tu.,via D. L. & VV. K K., 8 01 .in.,l. Wp m. Leave S'-ranton for Kochesttir. butfalo, Ni agara Falls. D'Oroit, t'hii'Hieo and all point west via D. & IJ. R. ti.117 n.in..U.10.ti 15.11 p. iu , via D. L. & V. H. k. and Pitt-toa Jun'jt'on, SUM a in.. J-'W, 8 i p. m., via E, W. U it., e.sl p. m. for Kliu'i-a e.r.d thi west via Paliminoi. v'. D. it- H. K. K 1'.'.. a.ivi.. 1 hi. (i.e. p. m.. via I)., L. & W. K It. ,0i ii in., 1.30 and K.07 P ni. Pullman parlor and siecpciR i:' L. V. rbalr cir-i ou all trni".s b..-.'veen L. & B. .Innc'io-j of Wilkos-tiarre nud Now York. Pbbad.lp'jls, Buffalo and Suspen-ion Flridce HOI. LIN H Wll.UOii, (ion. Sunt. F.-ist Div ('HAS, s, LKK. It"ii. Pass. Ai?'t, Piiila.Pi. A.W.NON NKM A(!M !-:F..Aa't Gtan Puja. Ag't, South t-ilile:.L'uu i'x DELAWABR, HCKAWANNA AND WtsTLHN RAJl.KOAD Trains love Seranton as follows: Exprast for New York and ah roues Kaat. 1.40, i3 6.15, K no and ii.ou a. m. i 12 6 and 3.50 P. m. hxpreas for LasLou, 'Ireiitoa. Fhilailelphla and tho Hon Hi, .Via, 8.00 and H.6"i a. m.; U.SI aud J.."! p. in. Waj-bimiton and way stations, S .5a p. m. Tobvl'auna r.ceouimoj.itiou, ti 10 p. m. Kxp'r as for Finhaintou, Oawejo. Elmlra Corniiii!. Kith. Oansvido, Mount Morris and F.ultalo, U 10. 21;'. a. m. and 1 1 p. m, making close connections at tluif ilo to all points iu tha West, Northwest and Southwest. Haih aecommodntion. 0 a m. Biuttiiair.tou and way statiot,B, 12.37 p. m. Nieiii.l-o.i a.i-,- .ii.AOvial.oa, at, 4 p. ni. ano 6 1" p. in. Blnphamton nnd Elmira Fxproas, 60 p, ra. Kxprcss tor CuriNnd, Syiacuae, Osweir Ttica and Richruld Si riuff. Hi a m. and 1.M p. ni. Ithar.i, 5.16 and Biith I'a. m. and 1.24 p. m. ForNortlinioherland.Pillston, Wilkes-Biirrav Plymouth, Bioomsbnrg aud Danville, maktnf close conne'-tioiis at Northumberland for Williaiiwport. Harvn-bnrg, Baltiiuore, Wash. liiKton ami the Sou! h. Northumberliifd and intermediate stations, 6.00, rh t a. ui. and 1.30 and 07 p. ni. NantieoKo ana iiiteruiedlate st aliens, S. and 11. Ji a in Plyn.o'.ith and ir.tormedmta stations, S.'mand 8.V? d. in. . ,, Ftillmin parlor and sleeping coaches on all XOTe: aifeUntovmatlon. pocket time Ublea, etc aaply to It. L. Smith, city tictet otttoa, a 'Larkawaiiiiftavei.ua. or depot ticket offlo XTEW yriTlK. ONTARIO AND WF.STERN i RAILWAY t O. "TIMK TAHl.tC IN l FFF-CT SCXPAY. ,11'NF. 24. Trains leave Seranton for Carboudale at 8.30. ln..'ij a.m. audHl'ip.m. For Hancock .InncLon, lo.Vi a.m. and 6 10 Pm- Trains leave Hancock Junction for Fcran ton. bam and '.' o-V p in. Trains leave ( avbonilale for Scranton at 7 24 a in. nud H.uJ, ' "A p ni. Vss; St'ltATnr . IVI'IOV. In l'Oi cl June !4ih, IS94. Korlh Hound. 2(15 '.'till SOI i eioiuh llounft, ivOtT "9f4 208 . Ml Stations : W.a S SS,S(Trn.ns Pally, Kx-g 2 , y, A I ceptbiinOay.) f ,;j:J i.Urhe l.eit I Ml 7 " .... ' 'A . .. 8 M .... N. Y. Frmitdtii SI. Weft 4'.'nd n.rcel 'pch:iwl;'-u 7 10 . 7 no . P Vie Ml T;.':TU".' C 10 I no . T r.-1- r l . ; roll'! :ol . r j.'ii-j 4i a Arrive Leave Ml' Ml .... Ilaie'ock .iniii.'tlou iiftnci ek Slurll.au I'reaion Fork romo lii'iH 2ifi .... Hi.! n .... b i $ .... liiV e:ilj .... .'L! sl M ti 4 IS ,V 4 .'si ii r.j i :s 4 55 6 .'!.'. H 5 0J 7 :s'i.":vio 'o! Pnynlelle beluioitt. rtr .snot, Mt. fl.lo0ll.llj Koi set i by cm b ij-d.iia Uu:e I'.inL'e MO.VMt Id .l-n nivn Aii hlli -Id noon Peel.vllh Olv;0liiut l'li-Kson '1 hi nop Frnvldei.ce Turk Pined scranton I P'uinij 7 i i ct 7 I'.ifl-M' 7 0,-n ni GSilil :n '.I is II :H !1 IV 10 SS M I'll S 08 to o ; l 18 4l S811 5 84 S7 IK VMi 5 3,' f. 4- f I l:.0t Ol.' f.'. :ll If!' II-: 0-iJHt no: uoroi is h -V, r,.v;!fin nrt i; a ill i iii ,:ii 1 fl,1 I.Tf5 I 8 4.1 5 4 :IM 5 51 7 4"., S.'4 5 54 7 IS. ,", Ml f, 5J 7 M,: s 01 110 7 Mi 4 071 6 07 7 .'. 4 10, tl II) B IK'I 4 14 lilt 8 IVU 17, II II 8 0 J 4 0. Ii a) 1 r km G'!"ll! n7i M -It O-.Mili ir, kji Dido I Oil 8 SO ti 14 II Oil K 111 fii l.flivr (:: P ii 'a m a Leave Arrtvpi All trains run dully except Monday. f s ;iill.cs Mud I l ulu slop 011 signal for paa. senders , 1 n.ipe rales m Ontmlo A Western befora porchasliielleliids and save money. Day au4 lidict Xnpi'osl.otlm rt'vHt. .1 C. Anderson, Hen. Pnss Agt T. Flltcroft, l.Hv. l asa, Agt. 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