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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, JUNE 2G, 1899.
GAMES PLAYED IN
VARIOUS LEAGUES
GAMES AT WILKES-BARP.E AND
PATERSON POSTPONED.
Scranton Team Unnblo to Play Ow
ing to Rain Allentown Hubs It
Into Paterson Richmond Loses by
a Closo Score Lancaster Takes Ono
from Newark and Loses Two.
Brooklyn Wins and Loses at Chi
cago Cincinnati Takes a Double
Header from Baltimore.
The frames scheduled between Scran
ton and Wllkes-Barro Saturday, and
Paterson and Scranton yesterday, were
postponed on account of rain, nnd Al
lentown, Heading and Lancaster were
victorious In the other contests Satur
duy. At Newark yesterday the Jersey
men took two names from Lancaster
after considerable wrangling. Today
a general shift occurs, ami Scnftiton
will play three games at Allentown in
succession,
Chicago's defeat of Brooklyn Satur
day, Philadelphia's victory over St.
I.ouls, and Cincinnati's double-header
frnm Baltimore, places the Orphans In
fourth position. The second division
clubs remain In the same positions.
Louisville won two games from Wash
ington yesterday, Increasing their per
centage materially. Philadelphia and
New York are playing fast ball and
Brooklyn seems to be on the toboggan.
Percentage Table.
W. L. l'.C
H.chmond 41 l.'l .T5'J
Wllkcs-Rnrro SO 10 .612
Lancaster 22 23 .5S2
Heading 27 2.1 .5(0
Newark 27 ill .4GG
Scranton 22 31 .415
Allentown 20 29 .103
Paterson ;. 13 41 .232
Where They Play Today.
Scranton lit Allentown.
Hlchmonda t Wllkes-Barro.
Lancaster nt Newark.
Paterson nt Heading,
SUNDAY GAMES.
Newark Takes Two from Lancaster.
Newark, June 2. Newark won a doublo
header today from Lancaster. Both
games were marked by tho Incessant
wrangling of the Lancaster players. The
ilrst game was played In n drizzling rain.
Tho local team pounded the ball hard In
both contests. Leldy was put out of the
game In tho second contest. In whlcli,
owing to darkness, but seven Innings were
played. Scores:
First game- R.H.E.
Newark 0 0 110 14 4 0-1112 0
Lancaster 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1U 3
Batterlcs-McPattlln and Gunpon; Minor
and Wente. Umpire O'Donnell.
Second game R.H.E.
Newark 0 1 0 1 0 G 1 3 15 2
Lancaster 801000 04 3 2
Batteries Cogan nnd Iloach: Schmidt
and Stroh. Umpire O'Donnell.
SATURDAY GAMES.
Allentown: Had a Cinch.
Allentown, Juno 23. Allentown opened
Its new grounds yesterday with 1,500 peo
plo present. The local team slugged the
ball hard and Swltzer was knocked out
of tho box In tho seventh Inning. The
score: R.H.E.
Allentown 4 3 2 0 0 t 3 3 01!) IS 4
Paterson 0 0 0 0 3 2 10 5-1113 4
Batteries McManus nnd Stlmmcl; By
ers and Swltzer. Umpire Henderson.
Reading Defeats Richmond.
Richmond, Va , June 2.'. A home run
drivo by Snyder over left field fence !n
the ninth Inning yesterday gave Heading
tho winning run. Both teams played
good ball. Bishop held Heading down to
four hits, barring Snyder's long drive.
Onrvln nlso pitched nn excellent game.
There was some criticism of Catcher Kox
of Heading, who acted as umpire The
score: R.H.E.
Blchmond 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 01 7 3
Heading 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 12 5 0
Batteries Hess and Bishop; Snyder and
Garvin. Umpire Kox.
Lancaster Shut Out Newark.
Lancaster, Juno 23,-Wllholm wns In
vlnclblo yesterday, being faced by only
31 men. His support was perfect. Tho
work of Wente and Schaub was splendid.
Donovan .pitched good ball until the
ninth, when ho was pounded for ten safe
drives and nine runs, fourteen men com.
lng to tho bat. Score: R.H.E.
Lancaster 0 0 4 10 0 0 0 9-1116 0
Newark 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 4
Battcrles-Wllhelm and Stroh; Donovan
and Iloach. Umpire Moran.
No Game at Wilkes-Barre.
Wllkes-Barre. Juno 25. Tho game be
tween Scranton and Wllkes-Barre, sched
uled for yestcrduy, was postponed on ac
count of the heavy storm which passed
over tho city during tho afternoon.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Percentage Table.
W. L. B.C.
43 11 .763
37 19 .001
33 21 .G23
33 2 ,&93
34 24 .5S8
32 25 .561
2S 29 .491
27 31 .104
23 21 .I2ii
20 3S .313
15 42 .300
0 45 .167
Brooklyn ....
Boston
Philadelphia
Chicago
St. Louis ...
Baltimore ...
Cincinnati ..
New York ..
Pittsburg ...
I.oulsvlllo ...
Washington
Cleveland ...
Sunday Games.
At Loulsvllle-Flrst game R.H r
Louisville 20002004 8 13 3
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01 3 1
Batteries Cunningham and Powers;
Weyhing and Butler. Umpires-Swart-wood
and Warner.
Sernod game H.II.K.
Louisville 00001105 7 12
Washington 12 10 10 0 0 05 S 4
Batteries-Phillips, Hrashear and Pow
ers; McFarland and Butler. Umpires
Swartwood and Warner,
PARLOR FURNITURE
FACTORY-IDE PARLOR SUITS AND ROCKERS.
If you buy the trashy Parlor Furniture that is on the
market you will find out the deception when it is too late.
If you wish to inspect our own make of Parlor Furniture
iu Solid Mahogany Frames and Turkish Patterns, which
is made under our supervision, our line is now complete
for your inspection.
PROTHEROE & GO,,
At Chicago- II.H.I3.
Chicago 0100 10100-311 1
Brooklyn 00 10 00 22 3-7 8 2
Batteries Taylor and Donahue; Ken
nedy nnd Fnrrcll. ..
At Cincinnati First gome R.H.E.
Cincinnati 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 -6 S 1
Baltlmoro 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0-1 4 2
Batteries Brcltcnstctn and Peltz; Mc
Glnnlty nnd Hoblnson. Umpires O'Day
and McGarr.
Second game It. II. 12.
Cincinnati ....010010010001-4 7 3
Baltlmoro .. ..3 0000000000 0--3 9 2
Batteries Hahn and Peltz; Nops, Kit
son and Hoblnson. Umpires O'Day nnd
MiGarr.
Saturday Games.
At St. Louis R.H.E.
St. Louis 0 100020003 6 4
Philadelphia 00010102 '-4 9 1
Batteries Young and O'Connor; Dono
hue and Douglass. Umpires Emsllo and
McDonald.
At Cleveland- R.H.E.
Cleveland .0 00 0 0 0 1 0 1- 2 11 3
New York 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 0 7 10 2
Batteries Kneppcr and Schrecongost;
Cnrrlck and Warner. Umpires Smith
and Andrews.
At Chicago- H.H.B.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 5 0
Chicago 100001001-3 7 2
Batteries McJnmcs nnd Fnrrcll; Grif
fith and Donohue. Umpires anffney and
Mnnassnu.
The Cincinnati-Baltimore, Pittsburg
Boston and Louisville-Washington games
wero postponed on account of rain.
OTHER LEAGUE GAMES.
Western League.
Minneapolis, 12; Kansas City, 5.
.Columbus, 5; Buffalo, 2.
Indianapolis, 6; Detroit, 3.
St. Paul, 1; Milwaukee, 0.
Eastern League.
Providence, 1; Syracuse, 4.
Worcester, 8; Rochester, 4.
DIAMOND PICK UPS.
There aro two Donovan pitchers In
the Atlantic league. Richmond has one
and Newark the other.
Patten, of Wllkos-Barre, Is one of tho
best pitchers In the Atlantic league and
several of tho big clubs look at him with
envious eyes. As wo look nt It
Newark has tho weakest team In tho At
lnntlo league and has no business to lead
tho second dlvslon.
Coughlln nnd Hlchtcr, members of the
Wllkes-Barro team, were overcomo by
heat Friday night at tho St. Cloud hotel
at Wllkes-Barre. Coughlln will resume
his work today. Bichter will bo unablo
to play for two weeks.
Bill Coughlln mado a hair raiser of a
catch off O'Neill In tho second, which
was a terrific hit to his side, which
turned Bill almost around. He wns loudly
applauded. Wllkes-Barro Record.
AMATEUR BASE BALL NOTES.
Tho Rosettes, of South Scranton, de
feated tho Walnut Street Stars, of Dun
more, yesterday on the lattcr's grounds
by a score of 13-6.
PITTSTON NEWS.
Frank Reap, n Plttston Graduate,
Goes to West Point Death and
Funeral of A Mel. Dewitt A Nov
el Race and Postponed Games The
Slavonic Parade.
Congressman Davenport mado a de
served appointment when he named
Frank Reap, son of the late Frank
Reap, to represent this congressional
district at West Point. This young
man was a recent graduate of tho
Plttston high school, nnd under the
tutorship of Prof. Shlel distinguished
himself as a bright scholar. He, like
his father. Is possessed of military in
stincts and has the ability to make
his mark in that line.
The funeral of tho late A. Mel. De
witt, formerly of this city, occurred In
Morristown. N. J. The deceased was
for many years a resident of this city
and even after his going to the above
place was largely interested In busi
ness enterprises that gave employment
to several hundred people. Thirty
years ago he was associated with M.
Ilolln & Co., at the Junction, nnd later
furnished the capital that sunk the
Clear Spring shaft on the West Side,
and was treasurer of that company at
the time of his death. Tho deceased
was a ()ulet and unassuming mnn, of
commanding presence; being charit
able Indeed so much so that only his
most Intimate friends will ever know
what he has done In that line. Rlch
artl Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Klpp,
Dr. C. P.. Long, Superintendent John
B. Law, Mrs. Damon, J. L. Lake and
son Paul, were among those who went
from this city to attend the obslques.
Fred Bostlck and John Nash, two
young men of this city, wont down to
Wllkes-Barre on Saturday and took
posesslon of the new hotel on Canal
street, which was recently erected and
completed by the Pettebone estate.
Tho storm on Saturday afternoon In
terferred with tho programme of ath
letic sports arranged by the Young
Men's Christian association. A post
ponement was ngrced upon by the offi
cers, but the crowd who were present.
In order to bo not too much disap
pointed, witnessed a novel foot race,
and this was how the race was run:
Thompson, Kvans and Davles wero se
lected as tho competitors. Thompson
was given twenty yards as a starter
and at the quarter mile post Evans
passed Thompson without going on
either side of him, nnd Davles, accom
plished tho same feat by passing both
In tho same manner.
The Slavonic organizations who held!
their state convention In this city the
past week, had a parade on Saturday
and later concluded their programme
on Everhart's Island.
D, C. Davis, of this city, spent yes
terday In Taylor, nnd was the guest of
J. E. Watklns.
Mrs. Anna Scotlskl, of Hazletcn, who
attended the Slavonic parade and cele
bration on Saturday, had her pocket
relieved of $50, In front of Music hall.
Robbie Moore had a Fourth of July
experience on Saturday when ho Ignit
ed a bunch of fire crackers und forgot
to drop them. The result Is that his
Manufacturers of Fnrnlture,
303 Lacka. Avenue
Avoid Lassitude
Use tha WORLD PAMOUS
uraH
liojy, Drain and Ntrve Tonic.
am, nuuautsrs. avoid sunsTtTUTEi
Portraits und endorsements sent
postpaid.
MARIANI & CO., 51 W. 15th St , New York
pnrents had to request tho Immedlato
attendance of a physician, and H1I3
morning Ilobblo will have to explain to
tho other boy how ho happens to carry
what Is left of one, of hla hands In a
sling.
The Wyoming camp ground Is al
ready well peopled, and a visit to that
place yesterday was a pleasing sur
prise. There has been several hand
some cottages erected this spring and
many Plttston families have become
residents there for the summer. Julo
Shannon, a former resident here. Is tho
owner of a large and valuable farm In
tho vicinity, and his residence Is tho
most handsome building In that lo
cality. We wero hospitably entertain
ed by him and his affable wife.
MINOOKA.
The drivers nt the Greenwood mines
met Saturday and decided to ask tho
company hands to refuse to tako their
places. The situation today Is prac
tically the same as tho first day and
a settlement of tho pending difficulty
Is as far oft as over.
Misses Mary Cahlll, of PItt3ton,
spent Sunday with friends here.
Tho St. Joseph's society wl'l conduct
their annual excursion to Mountain
Park on August 22. Tho affair prom
ises to Vie a success.
John Cawley, of South Main street,
was painfully Injured Saturday. Mr.
Cawley was assisting a driver for J.
W. Gurnsey to remove a piano from a
wagon when it fell on him.
Myles Walsh returned yesterday
from Easton, Pa., after a few months
visit there.
THE MARKETS.
Wall Street Review.
By Associated Press.
New York, Juno 24. The bear oporatota
among tho professional traders becamo
bomuvhat discouraged over the events of
todays shcrt session and engaged In
something llko uscramblo to cover out
standing short contracts in the closing
dealings. An unfuvurablo bank state
ment had been counted upon by this ele
ment to further a decline. Today's state
ment, while It cannot bo called a favor
abio one, was not as weak ns hud been
fort-told nnd when tho bears started to
cover hhorts after its publication they
found that It had brought slight offer
ings to sell. Tho banks' loss In cash re
serves was not as largo by over a million
dollars as had been estimated and tho
further liberal expansion of more than
$5,000,000 In loans Indicated tho faith of
banking authorltes in the money outlook.
Tho total sales were 191,400 shares. Tho
bond market was quiet and yielded at
somo points. Tho volumo of business In
bonds has decreased somewhat, but prices
In tlio main wero pretty well maintained.
United States new 4s declined a point, tho
now 2s 'I. tho D3 nnd tho old Is registered
',z nnd do. coupon 4 In tho bid price.
By Carrlngton & Cusack.
New York, Juno SI. While tho market
has been dull during the week and at
times has shown considerable weakness
In certain directions yet tho undertone
has been a fairly strong one, and thcro
uro certain Indications that some of tho
stronger interests are quite heavily com
mitted to tho bull side of the market.
The nows for tho woefc has been, on tho
whole, favorable, while thero has been
quite heavy shipments of gold to Europe,
t seems to bo qulto well understood that
it is merely to ccrrect tho difference in
interests in tho Continental markets and
that tho meta! being In more abundant
supply hero and easier to get, tho Eu
ropo ilnnnclal centers naturally come to
us for what they require, nnd that the
exportation can bo looked upon in tha
light of nloan by our holders of tho
metnl. The news from tho spring whent
has been decidedly more fevorablo nnd
has led to tho buying of some, of the
Grangers stocks. The increase In general
business throughout the country has been
tremendous, the volumo shown bv the
bank rlenrnnors outside New York be
ing an Increase of 31.9 per cent, over the
best record.
Today's market opened very strong with
sharp advances In the Traction stocks,
bticrar and the Vnnderlillts Issues, Steel
and Wire fell owing to yesterday's Jump
sold off fractionally affecting Federal
Steel nt the same time, but there was no
decided downward movement. Tho bank
statement was rather more favorablo
than wns expected, but It had merely a
temporary effect on tho market, trans
actions being too narrow to bo influenced
either way. The closo was somewhat
Irregular but with a strong undertone.
Quotations furnished by OARRINOTON
ft CUSACK, stock nnd bond brokers,
rooms 410 and Connell building, Scranton,
Pa.
Open- High- Low- CIos-
, , lng. est. est. lng.
Am. Spirits 7 7 7 7
Am. Sug. Be'g Co . . 1 52 1521,4 IMS! 1521!
Am. S. & W B.V Bib f34 M
Am. S. & W.. Pr .... M4 y. ocy. 9r)4
Atch., To. & S. Fo .. 171,4 3"r'i 17U 175,
A.. T. & S. R. Pr .. B K4 f,1 6Vi
Am. Tin Pinto .17!! 35: 3331 3374
Brook. II. T Wl 116i ll.W IIS".
Con. Tobacco 41U 12 40s! 41'4
Clics. ft Ohio 27j n- , -'
Chic, B. & Q 131 1321 M14 1323!
Chic. Ar G. V Wi U isij 13J
Chic. Mil. & St. P ..127 12714 V.r, 12754
Chic. & N. W 157 151 137 159
Chic, It. I. & P 112',4 113 112H 113
Con. Gas 1SIH 182 liy, 1R2
c. c. ,c & st. i, .... ,wi MT4 r.fi',4 K54
Delaware K; Hud ...119 119 119 lis
Fed. Steel 59 r,M4 r.sn r.1
Fed. Steel. Pr 8.1 S.TI& R2V. S3U
lectrle 1171! IITti. 11711 11714
I.ouls. ,t J?n.h fill', i!73i C714 B714
Manhattan F.lo 112J4 113- H24 113'i
Met. Traction Co ...230) 230 2'S1- "'S'i
M. K H Texas 3314 3314 331 J Kjrt
Mo. Pnclflc 41H 4H4 411'. 113?
Nat. Steel iV 50 WTT 50
N. ,T. Central Ilfi iifij! jk, nr,i:
N. Y. Air Brnko ....1S5 is,-, S5 1SX
N. Y. eCntral 13HJ 1357', 13m 3,yi'
Dnt. & West 254 SFZ Z' 2fiU
North. Pacific 47',1 47 47 471
Nor Pacific, Pr .... 7S 77 "R 77
Penn. B. H 131H 1.11a; l.w; n;
People's Cas 11R1J linij 11S4 119
Beading. 1st Pr .... 597; no r.9'; fin
Omaha 10.iv, ii 10314 inrs
Southern Pacific .... Sin 31H ,111; 3iu
Southern B. It 49H 49'i 49 491;
Tenn., C. R- Tron .... fit fll C2U, fm
1 limn i-jirilM'
CHICAGO BOABD OF TBADE.
,. Open-High-Low-Clos-
Y HEAT. lng. est. est. lng.
July 73H 734 73 73
COItN.Cr 75V4 "'"Vl Wi 7Hi
July .'..'. 31 34W 33T4 3(14
September 3U4 341 3 31V;
OATS.
July 21 21M, 2i; 2u
September 24 2i; 21a; jia:
POBK. "
July 8.07 8.17 8.03 8.13
September 8.25 S.37 8.25 8.S3
I.ABO.
July 4.97 B.02 4.97 6.00
September CIO 6.15 6.10 5.15
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. Bid. Asked.
First National Bank 800
Scranton Ravines Bank 235
Scranton Packing Co 55
Third National Bank 3SR
Pcranton Hallway Co a ...
Dime Dep. & DIs. Bank 200 ...
Economy Light, Heat & Pow
er Company 47
Scranton Illuminating Heat &
Power Company 83 , ,
Scranton Forging Co joo
Lacka. Truat & Safo Dca Co, 150 ,,.
Ki'h inii ma. 4n'i
Tnlon rac Pr T4H 75i; 71s'. 751;
I'. S. Leather, Tr .. fiSU iWf, rsu mi;
Y- S- nuhber r.in Kit; m4 537;
West. Pnlon S9 ffflsj 59 S5sj
The People's
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Scranton Paint Co
Chuk & Snover Co., Com ....
Clark & Snover Co., Pr
Scr. Iron Fenco i Mfg. Co ....
BONDS.
Scranton Pass. Hallway, first
mortgage, due 1920
People's Street Railway, ilrst
mortgage, due 191S
People's Street Railway. Gen
eral mortgage, duo 1921
Dickson Manufacturing Co. ..
Lucka. Township School 6..
City of Scranton St. Imp. (17i.
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axlo Works
Scranton Traction 6 bonds..
SO
166
400
125
115
115
115
100
102
W.!
S3
100
115
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. O. Dale, 27 Lackawanna
Aovcnue.)
Butter Creamery, lSalOVic; print, 21c;
dairy, fresh, 18alSV-c.
Cheese Full cream, now. 9al0c.
Eggs Nearby, fancy, 16'.ic; western,
lSVialflc. ... ., ,,
Beans Per bu choice marrow, $1.60;
medium. $1.45; pea, $1.45al.W.
Peas Per bu., green, Jl.10al.15.
Onions Bermuda, per crate, $1.40.
Oranges $4aG per box.
Lemons $3.50a4.M per box.
Flour-$1.30a4m
New York Grain and Produce Markt
New York, June 21,-Flour-Dull and
barely steady; winter patents, $3.90al.l0;
winter straights, $3 50a3.C5; Minnesota
patents, $1.05al.20; winter extras, $2.00a
3.10; Minnesota bakers. $3.10u3.20; winter
low grades, 2.43a2.50. Wheat Spot
weaker; No. 2 red, 8iaj,c. f. o. b., afloat;
No. 2 red, "DVsC elevator; No. 1 northern
Duluth, 82'sc. f. o. b. afloat; options
opened weak under big primary receipts
and bearish cable news; July closed EO'Ac;
September closed Wc. ; December closed
felHc. Corn Spot steady; No. 2, 4054c f.
o. b. afloat, 39o. elevator; options opened
weak with wheat and on easier cables,
but rallied slightly on covering; closed
easy; ia'ic. net lower; July closed 39Vtc;
September, .Wie. Oats Spot easy; No.
2, 31c; No. -3, 30c; No. 2 white. 33c; No.
3 white, 32c: track mixed western, 30a
32c; options neglected. ellef Steady;
family, $9.50al0.50; extra mess. $9; beet
hams, $2.50a23; packed, $9.D0al0.05; city
extra Indiana mes. $14al5.50. Cut Moats
Firm: pickled bellies. 4'ja6c. ; do. should
ers, i',4a4',:c: do. hams, 9a9&c. Lard
Steady; western steam. $5.23 asked; re
fined, continental. $5.40; compound, 4a
44c Pork Steady: mess. $8.75a9; short
clear. $IOall.7o; family, $10.KOal0.75. Butter
Steady; western creamery, lS'JalS'e. ;
do. factory. 12allc; Imitation creamery,
ISalfio. ; state dairy, 13',4c: do. creamery,
15UaU:C Cheese Steady; largo white,
8'ic. : small white, tic: largo and small
colored, 8',4c Eggs Steady; southern,
Salic Tallow Steady; country, V&c.
Philadelphia Grain nnd Produce.
Philadelphia, Juno 24. Wheat Was Vac
lower; contract grade, June, 75?ia7tic.
Corn Steady; No. 2 mixed. June, 39a39',c.
Oats Steady; No. 2 white clipped, 32!ia
33c; No. 3 white do.. siaSlvl-c; No. 2
mixed, do., 30a30',c. Butter Firm; fancy
western creamery, 19c: do. prints, 20c.
ggs Steady; fresh, nearby, n'.jallVsc; do.
western, l3Miallhc; southwestern, 13a
14c: southern, 12VsHl3,tc. Cheese Firm,
Refined Sugars Unchanged. Cotton
1-lCc lower; mldllng uplands, 6 5-16c
Tallow Steady: city pi line, in hogs
heads, 4Ha4 3-lCc; country prime. In bar
lels, 4',ic: dark, do., 3'c: cakes, 5c;
grease, 3',4a3i4c. Live Poultry Un
changed: fowls, 12c; old roosters, 7',aSc;
spring chickens, large, 20,121c ; mediums,
lfialtr. ; small do., 12al3c. ; ducks, old, Sa
9cv; spring do., 10al3c Dressed Poultry
Steady; fowls, choice. lHia12c. ; do. fair
to good, lie; old roosters, Sc. ; broilers,
nearby, 31. to 4 pounds. 23a2Sc; do. small,
20a25ct western do., 3 to 4 pounds, 23a23c;
medium do., iSa22c: small do.. llalCc.
Receipts Flour, 1.500 barrels nnd 16,000
sack; wh,eat, 18,000 hushels; corn, 60,000
blshcls; oats, 11,000 bushels. Shipments
Wheat, 32,000 bushels: corn, 112,000 bush
els; oats, 5,000 bushels.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Juno 21, Wehat today sold at
tho lowest point It has touched for sev
eral weeks, and closed at a decline of
H4c. from yesterday's prices. Continued
enormous-primary receipts and evidences
of a largo possible Increase discouraged
even tho most bangulno bull. Com and
oats wero heavy In sympathy and closed
,ic. lower and ',4nc lower respectively.
Provisions wero in better demand and ad
vanced SViaEc. Cash quotations wero as
fnllowss: Flour Winter patents, $3.C5a
3.75: straights, $3.15a3.45; spring specials,
$4.33; spring patents, $3.40n3.8O; straights,
$2.90a3.30; bakers, $2a4: No. 2 spring wheat.
FINANCIAL.
ANITA MINING CO, OP Nf!W YORK.
OPERATING THE PROMONTORIO
AND 'ANITA COPPER MINES AT
BOLANOS. STATE OF JALISCO,
MEXICO,
These aro htstorlo mines spoken of by
Humboldt and Dahlgrcn,
Tho genernl averugo of our ores aro
$87.00 a ton, gold, Bllvcr and copper.
For tho purposo of Installing a forty
ton smelting plant that will glvo tho
compuny on Incomo of not less than $1,000
a day (equal to CO per cant, of tho total
capitalization) a limited amount of slock
will bo sold at $1.00 a share. This is a
mnrvclous opportunity.
Wo expect this Btock to bn worth $20.00
n sharo Inside of a yenr nfter tho ma
chinery Is running. Will huve plant In
operation In four months.
Full Information, prospectus, from our
Fiscal Agents.
JOSHUA BROWN & CO., Bankers
45-47 Wall St, N. Y. 89 State St, Dostoa
Exchange.
FOR RENT
For Reel
One or two front
rooms on second floor
of Tribune Building.
FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT,
at Lako Wlnola. two boats. Fred H.
Stark, attorney, Traders' lfcink build
ing, city.
032 GREEN RIDGE STREHN EIUHT
uuiuHj line location; iu.
FOR RENT-STORE ROOM, NO. 207
"0.t .Washington avenue, formerly
occupied by J, w. Guernsey. Steam
neat, elevator, rear entrance For terms
apply to Jones Bros, 311 Lackawanna
avenue.
FOR SALE
SECOND HAND SAFE FOR SALE. AP-
piy J. P. Jones, 1115 Bock street.
FOR SALE-A HORSE, CARRIAGE
nnd harness, or horse alone, horso la
10 years old, sound, gentlo nnd well bred;
color chestnut. Can bo seen ut Tiffany's
livery stable, Pcckvillo, Pa.
DESIRABLE LOTS ON COLFAX AVE
nuo. For particulars address Box 343,
Scranton, Ta.
FOR SALE TEN R-I-P-A-N-S FOR 6
cents at drugglutB. Ono gives relief.
FOR SALE Cr? RENT.
FOR SALE OR RENT-SINGLE HOUSE
003 Qulncy avenue, steam heat. a. F.
Reynolds, Connell bldg.
FOR SALE OR RENT-SINGLE HOUSE.
COS Qulncy avenuo: city steam; selling
price, $6,500; rent, $40 per month Including
steam heat. G. F. Reynolds.
REAL ESTATE.
A BARGAIN-LOT AND THREE
buildings nt 419 Pcnn avenue: must
bo sold; small amount cash; balance on
mortgage: a good property at a sacri
fice. Apply to H. C. Reynolds, Mears
block.
FOR SALE NEW SINGLE HOUSE ON
Webster avenue. G. F. Reynolds,
Connell building.
G. F. REYNOLDS HAS SEVERAL DE
slrablo properties for salo or rent.
Office, Connell building.
FOR SALE VALUABLE STORE PROP
crty 100 block, Penn avenue. Address
B, Tribuno olllce.
BEST LOT IN CITY FOR THE MONEY;
sewer, flagwalk, graded street, elec
tric light, street cars; near Washington
avenue: crice, $1.2u0. Call promptly. J.
W. Browning, attori.ey, Mears' Building.
MONEY TO LOAN.
idNYLONJTDFICTollTX
no delay; lowest rates: bring deeds.
William J. Smith, C23 Connell building.
FOUR AND ONE-HALF PER CENT,
nnd five per cent, money on approved
security. M. II. HOLGATE, Common
wealth building.
BOARDING.
WANTED-SUMMER BO AB DEBS;
most delightful scenery; three min
utes from D., L. & W. Mrs. Machette,
Elmhurst.
BOARDING 625 PINE STREET.
HOME CANNING.
3IOME CANNING DONE, ADDRESS
Mrs. E. C. Sherman, Waverly, Pa.
CITY SCAVENGER
X.BrBRIGaS CLLANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. B. BBIGGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 Norih Majn avenue,
or Elcke's drug store, corner Adams and
Mulberry. Telephono 9540.
LEGAL.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of tho Economy Light,
Heat and Power company, for tho elec
tion of dliectors for tho ensuing year,
and the transaction of such other busi
ness ns may properly como beforo It. will
bo held nt tho ofllco of tho company,
room 20. Republican building, Scranton,
Pa., on Monday. June 2C, 1S99, nt 2 o'clock
p. m In accordance with the Bv-laws of
tho company. W. J. NORTHUP.
Secretary.
74c; No. 3 spring wheat, 72a73',4c; No, 2
red.'Jtc; No. 2jcnrn, 3la314c; No. 2 oats,
2GUa261ic; No. 3 white. 27!ia29c; No. 2
rye, C2c: No. 2 barley, 2Sa39c; No. 3 flax
seed, $1.09: timothy seed, $2.33a2.40; pork,
$7.50aS.20; lard, qi.D2Via5; shoulders. $4.S0.i
E; sides, $5a5.10; whiskey. $1.2i3: sugars,
cut loaf, $0.02; granulated, $G,01; clover,
50.CO.
Chicago Llvo Stock Market.
Chicago, June 21. Cattle Slow at prices
substantially unchanged from yesterday.
Hogs Fully recoveted fiom yesterday's
decline; light hogs. $3.65a3.S3; mixed, 53.C3
a3.S2',4; heuvy, $3.60a3.80; pigs, $3.25a3.S0;
culls, $1.60a3.6O. Sheep and Lambs 'n
good demand at steady prices; sheep sold
at $2a3 for culls up to &u5.25 for prime;
yearlings, $5.50aC25; clipped lambs, $5.50a
C.70; spring lambs, $(i.25a7.D0. Receipts
Cattle, 600 head; hogs, 18,000 head; sheep,
2,000 head.
Buffalo Llvo Btock Market.
East Buffalo, June 24. Cottle Dull and
all of 10c lower for butchers' grades;
stockcrs dull and tending lower; sales,
Canada calves, $5a5.15: yearlings, $1.50a
4.60 ;vcals, $5a5.CO. Hogh Receipts, 22
cars; opened loWer, generally $1.05, but
closed stronger by 6al0c decline; later
sale, $1.12H: toughs, $1.45a3.C0; stags, $2.73
a3,10, Sheep and Lambs Receipts," 8
curs; lower: best yearlings, $5.70a6; culls
to good, $3.D0a6.65; spring lambs, $5.B0a
5.70; top mixed sheep, $).S.",a5.10; wethers,
$5.15a5.40; culls to fair, $2.50.11.73.
New York Llvo Stock Market.
New York, June 21. Beoves Feeling
firm; cables unchanged. Calves Firm
and nil sold: god to prima veals, $5a7.37;
no buttermilks. Sheep and Lambs Slow
und lower for top grades; Iambs. 25c
lower; 3Vi cars, mainly sehep, unsold!
medium to fair sheep, $la4.70; comon to
prime lambs. $6a7.70: ono deck choice.
18; mainly $C.75a7.W, Hoga-Easler; prlmo
stato hogs, $1.30.
East Liberty Llvo Stock Market.
East Liberty. Pa June 21, Cattle
"teady; extra, $3.l0a5.45; prime, $5.23a5.33;
common. $3.D0a4.25. Hogs Active, lower;
best mediums, god orkeru and pigs. $1.10;
fair orkers, $lal.05; heavy hogs, $3.90a4;
good roughs, $3.40a3.60; stags and piggy
bows, $2.75a3.23. Sheep Firm: choice
wethers, $4.SOa4.SO: common. $2n3; spring
lambs, $3a0.75; veal calves, $7a7.50.
Oil Market.
Oil City, June 21. Credit balances, $1.13;
certificates, no bid; no shipments or runs
reported,
$?,0MWLlTHJYA WELLESTAIN
llshed business; part ensh, balanco on
security. Ono cr two good business men
with limited capital can purchase this
business and continues a trado already
established to bo mado exceedingly prof
itable. This Is nn opportunity of n llfo
tlmo nnd do not hesitate to say that a
bargain awaits somo lucky purchaser.
Good reasons for selling. Address A. B.
C Tribuno ofllce.
NEWSPAPERS
THE WILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo had In Scranton at tho news stands
of Helsman Bros,, 405 Spruco und 603 Lin.
den: M. Norton 322 Lacknwanna avenuo;
I. 8. Schutzcr, 211 Spruco street.
FURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR RENT-PLEASANT, FURNISHED
rooms, reasonable. Mrs. Annlo Fltz
slmmons, 622 Mulberry street.
FURNISHED FRONT AND SIDE
rooms for rent; shady sldo of ave
nue, 317 Madison.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM FOR
rent In aulol houso, ono or two chil
dren. Address, W. P. S., Tribuno ofllco.
SITUATIONS WANTED
srnATno1rwA7iTlED
fireman, or as washer in kitchen; can
furnish good references from former
employers. Address .Lewis Turin, 103
Iickawanna avenue, city.
A YOUNG MAN OF STEADY HABITS
capable of caring for horses would
llko position as driver. Address W. J.
II., 1616 Capouse avenuo.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GIRL 11
yenis old to tako care of baby and
wash dishes. Address, 693 Mary street.
WANTED-A POSITION BY' A YOUNG
mnn 19 years of ngo with a good, high
school education. Any position In which
ho can work his way. Address W. L.
S., 610 Eynon Bttcet.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DRIVE A
grocer wagon or delivery. Prefer
putting up signs or post billing. J. W.,
Dalton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED-BY COMPET
ent English woman as housekeeper or
doing general housework; good laundress
and cook. M. A. Y., this office.
SITUATION WANTED- BY EXPEBl
enced young man, 23 years of age, as
a clerk, bookkeeper or assistant In any
lino of business. Address M. B., Gen
eral Delivery, city.
PROFESSIONA L.
ARCHITCCTS
EDWARD IL DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Connell building, Scrnnton.
E. L. WALTER. ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of GOG Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK, JR.. ARCHITECT.
435 Spruco st., cor. Wash, av., Scranton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT,
Prico building, 120 Washington avenue,
Scranton,
T. I. LACEY & SON. A.."HITECTS,
Traders' National Bank.
DCNTISTS
DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PHI
vato Hospital, cor. Wyoming and Mul
berry. DH. H. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. C. C. LAUnACH, 115 Wyoming ave.
WELCOME C. SNOVER, Coal Exchange.
2nd floor. Room D. Hours, 9 to 1. 2 to 5.
HAT MANUPAOTURER,
TOLLES, 403 SPRUCE STREET.MAKES
your hat to order and they fit.
HOTELS ANO RESTAURANTS
THE ELK CAFE. 123 AND 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIULER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
LAWrER3
J. W. BROWNING, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor-at-Law. Rooms, 312-3U
Mears' Building.
M. J. DONAHOE, ATTORNEV-AT
law. Olllces, C12-013 Mears Building.
FRANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor-at-Law, Burr building, rooms
13 nnd 14 Washington avenue.
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP, AT
torneys and Countellors-at-Law. Re
publican building, Washington avenue,
Scranton, Pa.
JF.SSITP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at - Law, Commonwealth
building. Booms 1, 20 and 21.
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Rooms 614, 613 and 510 Board ot
Trado building.
D. P. REPLOOLE. ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estatii security.
Mears' building, corner Washington
avenuo and Spruco street.
JAMES J. II. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Law.
302 Commonwealth building,
Scranton.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY.
Rooms 903-901, 9th tloor, Mears' building.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
602 Board of Trade building, Scrantouf
Pa. '
C. H. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,"
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
PATERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank building.
C. COMEOYS, 9-13 REPUBLICAN
building.
A. W. BERTHOLF, ATTORNEY)
Mears' building.
PHYSICIANS ANO SURGEONS
MARY A. SHEPHERD. M. D HOME
opathist, G16 Linden street.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 513 NORTH WASll"
iugton avenuo.
DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS 207 AND 20S
Board of Trado Building. Oillco hours,
8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to S p. in. Resi
dence, 309 Mndlson avenue.
DB. C. L. FBEAS, SPECIALIST IN
Rupture. Truss Fitting nnd Fat Reduc
tion. Ofllce tolephone 1303. Hours, 10 to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR. S. W. L'AMOREAUX, OFFICE 239
Washington avenue. Residence, 131S
Mulberry, Chronic diseases, lungs,
heart, kidneys and genlto-urlnary or
gans a specialty. Hours. 1 to 4 p. m.
W. G. ROOK. VETERINARY SUhI
gron, Horses, Cattle and Dogs treated.
Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton,
Telephono 2G72.
SCHOOLS
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Scranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to
college, law. medicine or business. Opens
Sept. 12. Send for catalogue. Rev. Thom
as M. Cann, LL. D Walter H. Buell,
A. M.
SEEOS
a. H. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMEN AND
Nurserymen; storo 14fl Washington ave
nuo; green house, 1350 North Main ave
nue; storo telephone, 782.
WIRE SCREENS
JOS. KUETtTTlREAR 6U LACKA
wanna avenue. Scranton, Pa,, manufac
turer of Wire Screens,
MISCELLANEOUS
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, purlieu, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
term address H. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming uvenue, over Hulbcrts'
music store.
MEOARQEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue,
Scranton, Pa.
RAILROAD TIME TABLESi
a
Schedulo in Effect Juno 10, 1800.
J.IU1I1S Ai&nvn Kimntnn
0.45 n. m., week days, for Sunbury
.uuiiiauurg, i-miaaoipnia, uam
moro, Washington, nnd for Pitts
burir nml tlm wnf
0.38 a. m., woek days, for Hazlo-
uui A-oiiaviue, itenainer, worriB
town, nnd Philadelphia; and fori
Sunbury, Harrisburg, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington and
Plttshurr. nml tlm nrct
2.18 p. m., weok days (Sundayo 1.08
I-. m.; tor ounuury, jtiamsDurff,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and Pittsburg and tho
West. b
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
.ninsuurg, i'miaaeipuia ana
Pittsburg.
1. H. HUTCHINSON. Ueneral Manager.
Del.. Lacku. stud Western.
Tralnf KStJ Ml&. -Ju" .C' .A??.9- .
PI ess for ;... "-C-'" '"" .,"."""."?' "V
1 M 1M !i, s,,11"11 "'ll "" I'oinis casi,
33V .V005,10' 8- nnd MM " m-J 1-55 und
nhin 'ITS8,8 .tor Gaston. Trenton, Phlladel-.
pma and (ho mutt, r. m o.. .., imv .
!.. 12.55 nml ."7"' ""' 'w u,m iu'VJ "'
iJlXhanna accommodation, CIO p. m.
mlrnP o 3 for Hhighamton, Oswego. EN
MnrruCn.rnln?'1,lUh' Dansvlllc. Mount
l.lSr;.iaS """?' ?& 2'35.' 9'w a- m'
Unn. T i. ': '" maKing cioso connect
liorthS.nVU,r".10 t0 a11 PlntB m tho west
i!ii,nst." accommodation, S.40 p. m.
rLnS?ml.?.n nnd wa' stations. 1.05 p. m.
v?i!0fyvlll accommodation. 4.00 p. m,
S'lon accommodation, 6.00 p. m.
" & ,P 2!s for, utlcn a,1(l Rlchlleld Springs,
im"' m' nnd 1-K P. m.
2;?5. 0 11. m. and 1.6S p. m.
Ttnr rV?,r.tmmberlund, Plttston, Wilkcs-
iiii, , ,;,', '"""in. liioomsmirg nmi Dan
umh'oirj 1 5 c,oso connections nt North-
H-,iTi,V,'i iV "uiiamsport, linrrlsburg,
"'i!'''"". Washington and tho south.
tlonsnGlr1!nrn.d "" 'n,t""?ed'a.t? .'.
IU -"vu u. iu., UliU 4.UJ UIIU W.TJ p.
iii oJ1,00. nd intermediate stations,
me,tf,n.d H'1?.11' m- Plymouth and Inter
1,?rd'a! stations, 3.33 and S.50 p. m. For
Kingston. 12.R3 p. m.
nil J,man I,arIr nnd sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
tX?r bailed Information, pocket time
HnV A ctc- "I'l'I.V to M. L. Smith, DIs
inct Passenger Agent, depot ticket ofllce.
Delaware and Hudson.
WnfMny "J11:, 1SDD' tram3 wl" leav"
Scranton ns follows:
1-or Carbondale-C.20, 7.53, 8.M, 10.13 a.
ni- 1,2i00,,; U'3' ZM- 3-52- E'25. 6.23, 7.57.
0.1.;. 11.00 p. m.; 1.10 a. m.
inn rvA,ba-ny Saratoga, Montreal, Bos--".'.
cw England points, ctc-6.20 a. m
-.0 p. m.
For Honcsdalo-C.20, 10.13 a. m 2.20, 5.2J
m1??' Wllkes-Barre-4!.45. 7.4R, 8.43, 9.3S.
I0;" ,n-m.: 12.0.1, 1.23, 2.13, 3.33, 4.27, 0.10,
-. 10.41, 11.30 p. m.
t uirtN'.w York Philadelphia, etc., via
i Wi, Valley Rallroad-.4.r. p. m 12.03,
;;:' 4'2,7. !?; " ' w'th Black Diamond Ex
Press, 11.S) v. m.
For Pennsylvania Railroad points, 6.43,
9.3S n. m.; 2.18, 4.27 p. m.
t i,11" western points, via Lehigh Valley
Raiiroad-7.43 a. m.; 12.03, 3.33. with Black
Diamond Express. 10.11, 11.30 p. m.
Trains will arrlvo In Scranton as fol
lows: ,i?romCar,,0"l,a'o and tho North-6.40,
7.43, 8 38, 9.31, 10.38, 11.58 a. m.; 1.2J, 2.15.
3.25. 4.23, 7.43. 10.3. 11.27 p. m.
n ';rm Wllkes-Barre und the 8outh-.15,
-fs & . W.08. IU,.-, a. in. J LIS. 2.14. 3.48,
5.20, 6.21, 7.5.1. fl.05. 10.03 p. m.: 1.13 a. m.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
3!or CarlKindale-0.03. 11.33, p. m.; 2.23,
"For'wiikes.Barr'e-9.38, 12.03 a. m.; 1.58,
3.28. 5.43. 7.1S p. m.
For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton. New England Points, etc., 2.23 p. m.
Lowest rntes to all points In United
States and Canada.
J. W. BUItniCK. O. P. A., Albany, N. T.
II. W. CROSS, P. P. A.. Scranton, Pa.
Central Railroad nt New Jerssy
(Lehigh nnd Susquehanna Division.)
Stations In New York Foot of Liberty
street, N. R., and South Ferry, Whitehall
street.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, lnsur.
Inc cleanllncs and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 23.1890.
Trains leave Scranton for New York,
Newark, Elizabeth, Philadelphia. Easton,
Bethlehem, Allentown Munch Chunk and
White Haven at S.30 a. m.; express, 1.20;
express. 4.00 p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m.
For Plttston and Wllkes-Barre, 8.30,
11.30 a. m., 1.20. 4.00, 7.15 p. m. Sundays.
11.30 a. m. 2.15, 7.15 p. m.
For Mountain Park, 8.30. 11.30 a. m. 1.20
p. m. Sundays, 11.30 a. 111.. 2.13 p. m.
For Baltimore and Washington, and
points South nnd West via Bethlehem,
8.30 n. m 1.20 p. m. Sundays. 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
(8.30 through car) a. m. and 1.20 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon nnd Harrlsburg,
via Allentown, 8.30 a. m., 1.20 p. m. Sun
day, 2.13 p. m.
For Pottsvllle. 8.30 n. rn 1.20 p. m.
Returning, leavo New York, foot of Lib
erty street. North river, at 4.00, 3.10 (ex
press) a. m., 1.30 (express) p. m. Sunday,
4.30 n. m.
Leave New York, South Ferry, font
Whitehall street, at 9.0.'. a. m., 1.2o p. m.
Passengers arriving or departing from
this terminal can connect under cover
with all the elevated railroads, Broadway
enblo cars, nnd ferries to Brooklyn and
Staten Island, making quick transfer to
nnd from Grand Central depot and Long
Island railroad. .. . .
Leavo Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
9.21 a. m., 3.00 p. m. Sunday, C.15 a. m.
Through tickets to all points East,
South and West at lowest rate at tha
station.
J. II. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
II. P. BALDWIN, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Lclilsli Valley Railroad.
In effect May 14, 1690.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
& II. R. R.. at fi.45 a. m. and 12.03. 3.18. 4.27
Black Diamond Express, and 11.30 p. m.
Sundays. D. & II.. 1.5S. 7.1S p. m.
For Whlto Haven, Hazleton and "rln
elnal points In tho coal reulons via u. &
II. R. H-. 6.45, 2.1S and 4.27 p. m. For
Pottsvllle. C.43, 2.18 n. m.
For Bethlehem. Easton, Reading, Har
rlsburg and principal intermedlato sta
tions via D. fc II. R. H 6.45 a. m 12.03.
2 IS, 4.27 (Black Diamond Express), 11.30.
Sundays. D. & H.. 1.5S. 7.48 p. m.
For Tnnkhannock, Towanda. Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal intermedi
ate stations, via D., L. & W. R. R S.03
a. m., 12.63 and 3.33 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niag
nra Falls. Chicago and all points west via
D & H R- H., 1203. (3.33, Black Diamond
Express), 7.H and 11. SO p. m. Sundays,
D. & II.. 12.03 a. in.. 7.18 p. in. "
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
Vnlley pnrlor cars on all trains between
Wllkes-Barro and New York. Phlladcl
nhln. Buffalo nnd Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt..
South Bethlehem. Pa.
CHAS. S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt, 23 Cort-
landt street. New York.
A W. NONEMACHEB. Division Passen-
uer Agent. South Bethlhem. Pa.
For tickets and Pullman reservations
apply 309 Lackawanna ave., Scranton. Pa.
Eric and Wyomlns Valley.
Time Tablo In Effect June 4, 1899.
Trains leavo Scr.-.nton for New York,
Newburgh and Intermedlato points on
Erie railroad at n.0 a. m. and 2.28 p. m.
For Hawley and local points at 5.00 a.
m.t 8.43 n. m. nnd 2.23 p. m. For Laka
Ariel at fi.20 p. m. ,
Sunday trains leavo Scranton for Lako
Ariel nt S.45 a. m. and 1.30 p. m. Stopping
nt Intermedlato stations.
New York, Ontario & Western Hail
way Company.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 29. '99.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondalo
nnd Cadosla at U.63 a. m., connecting
with through trains North nnd South,
At 4.15 p. m.. making through connections
for Siispen8'0" Bridge. Detroit. Chicago
and all points West.
Trains leavo Cadosla for Scranton at
CIO n. m. and 2.03 p. in., leaving Carbon
dulo at 7.31 a. m. and 3.31 p. m.
SUNDAYS ONLY.
For Cadosla, connecting with Main Una
trnlns north nnd south at 8.30 a. m.. ar
riving In Cadosla at 10.43 a. m. Return
ing, leaves Cadosla at 4.30 p. in., arriv
ing In Scranton at 6.35 p. m.
J. C. ANDERSON.
General Passenger Agent, New York,
T. FL1TCROFT,
Division Passenger Agent, Scranton, Pa.
SCALP TREATMENT.
MRCTTTnCETLETT'sCPTTuA
ment, 50c; Bhampoolng, Mc: facial
massage, manicuring, 25c; chiropody.
701 Qulncy.

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